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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t J k rTHE RICH ir ON0 rI CLIMAX L Ii- aifT t r is z 1 J Ii VOLUMES RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11 1909 jNUMB1JR 10J I WAIL PAPERS BROWERSPorch Make your porch a summer parlor The cost is little the pleasure great Let us fit up one for you We have rock ers settees couches and tables iu reed rattan old anihammocksyour consideration V Old Hickory Aarm Chair reg price 89 special 350 tt tt u ts 350 1C 5 11 u tt 2 00 special 175 tt 250 special 150 tCREXlMMosfcDesirahle3orch Rug Made J L 5750Sx106xtc l I 4tt i 400 46x76 cc f liJ t s 25o 13xGc 3h j ttJ rtr CR Brower C Co MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY When in Need of Plastering or Concret- eMATERIAL S EIBURNSmL ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R tJHONE 142 RICHMOND also handle all kinds of Feed BWe I ellWeS May Manton i Patterns 10c Each Ihg Right Way to get good nephangerh Additional Reward I now offer SJOO reward for retnrn of the two mules taken from Bean JnlyOne14 hands high other brown mare mule brokeNJ W Lamb Mallory Springs Ky Take Notice JoloysKidneystrengthens the kidneys so theywill thebloodcan exhaustion backache rheuma tislu and urinary regularities which sap the vitality no not delay and risk having Brights disease or dia betes Take Foleys Kidney Remedy as it is healing and antiseptic and will restore health and strength Re fuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son alm Like His Work The Journal of Dixon Kyf in writ ing up the Teachers Institute in that city speaks words of praise of the conductor Prof E O McDougle of this city He was so well liked that he was chosen by a rising vote to conduct JOllrnalIty are enjoying the greatest institute in their history this week Prof Mc Dongle of Richmond is conducting the institute and he is on his job lie has kept the interest up each day The teachers and people ip general were splendidly entertained Wednesday evening by a lecture from Prof Mc Dougle subject Tie Little Ued School House The bey remedy we know of in all cases of Kidney and Bladder trouble and the one we always can recommend is DeWiits Kidney and Bladder Pills They are antiseptic andat once assist tho kidneys to perform their important work But when you ask fr these pills be positive that you get Dewitts Kidney and Bladder Pills There are imitations yuUetand if your dealer caenot supply you refuse anything else in place of them Sold by all druggist auglm Fully Guaranteed fit is satisfactory to know that any article purchased is fully guaranteed by the company Such is the casn with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mrs SA Deatherage who will be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable andcomfortable as Mrs Deaherage is prepared to fit any sir j ft a4l2 W P BAXTER Low Railroad Rates y On account of Knor County fair tickets wilt be sold Richmond to Bar boursville and return Aug 181920 good leturnlnR Aug 21 276 for the round trip On account of Parks Hill Assembly tickets will be sold Richmond to Perks llill and return Aug 5th to 15th inclu sire good returning Aug 10th 183 far the round trip On Sunday Aug 15th will be a special train leaving Richmond 730 a m tickets will be sold for this train SI 00 for the round trip good going and returning only on special train On account of the Laurel County fair tickets will be sold Richmond to London and return Aug 21252627 Rood returning Aug SKI 85 for the round trip On AIM i5with there will be a special train leaving Richmond 000 a in rciuriiiii leiviug Lon don 415 p lJ- IOnl1ecouut of the Blue Grass fair tickets will ba sold UielnnonU to Lexington and return Aug S h to Hh inclusive good iduirning nag IGih 125 for time round trip For further information cell on or address J V Hamilton tf Agent This would be unusal news if men and women would keep them selves freefrom rheumatism and all aches and pains ai well as keeping their muscles and joints limber with BallardV Snow Liniment Sold by Perry Thomas The Silly Season The Danville Advocate man is a wise old ovl He says And sprakinj of the silly teason as time late J Sule Smith of Lexington who wrote under she pen name of Falcon once de scriued it we now have the Chuutau qua Assembly scattered over vaiious parts of the county composed mostly of people who say oyetherand nyether and make a scapegoat of programme by calling it prop rum There will be more broad as and short os sounded than have been heard for the past 20 years in old Kentucky The grawse will grow in humble awe while moon faced women with weak eyes and strong niiniis will gaze through glasses and propound psychological conun drums to men with thin legs and bulg ing eyebrows The very atmosphere will be thoroughly infused with wisdom that any prudent man will be tempted to rat it into strips and dry a cart loadof it for use next winter This intellectual jerked beef will even sup ersede Boston baked beans J In A Bad Way Many a Richmond Reader Will Feel Grateful For This Information When your back giyesout achIngWhen wayDoansHere is a good evidence to prove it Elbridge G Evans Depot St Nicholasville Ky says From ex perience with Doans Kidney Pills I can say that they are an excellent remedy and one that lives up to the claims made for it I suffered from a severe attack of kidney trouble for some time My back ached intensely and 1 had a soreness across mv kid noys tbat made it hard for me to move about My bladder seemed to be affected vs the kidnoy sccrmons were too frequent in passage at times while at others there was a cpmplete usingDoansticial effect wus noticeable from the first I was soon entirely cured and for that reason lam glad to give this remedy my endorsement For sale by all dealers Price CompanyBuffalo the United Stales- Remember the name Doans and take no other aurrlm Wires Underground A petition will be presented to the Winchester City Council asking that the network of telephone and electric light wires in that city be placed under i ground The claim is made that the city is growing so rapidly that the overhead wires are a menace and in terfere with the department when a fire breaks out Many cities in Ken tucky are taking this step In Richmond however the wires have been so well located that the usnal trouble avoided An export linemau can so run his wires that there will be no con gestion on the principal thoroughfares For Sale For wall paper see B Juett Son They sell it and hang it at reasonable prices You dont have to wait they have it in stock Phone 419 tt Very Best Granulated Sugar 17 pounds forI JnsB Park First St tf Switches and puffs made to order Stock on hand to select from I also have in stock triangles chignons in fact everything in hairdressing I guar antee to restore grey hair to its original color Call and see me at 421 Walnut St Mrs Alice Harper I buy hair and combings and clippings 3m The Wrong Way is to buy a tot cirf old stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone Liquor Vote Postponed After filing a petition at Winchester asking for a vote of local option for some reason the paper was withdrawn The Dernocratsays noreasgn was given for this action butitis understood that some of the petitioners desired that the drug storeslie Exempted from the operation of the law so that they could sell liquor for medical purposes upon the prescription of a physician It fnrtber3statc3 that the election will not come up until December so there will be an oasis within the reach of the thirsty for some time yet CuredUay Fever and Summer Cold A S Nusbadm Batesvillo Ind writlsiJast year I suffered for months with a summer cold so des trussing that it interfered with my business land many of the syrup iom of hay fever and doctors pro scription did nut rtach my case and I took several niedicinps which seemed only to aggravate it Fortunately I insisted upon having Fcleyn Honey and Tar It quickly cured me My wife has since used it with the slime success For chronic coughs and lung trouble it has no equal Re fuse substitutes Sold by Stockton L Son alm Not Needed Here The city dads in Richmond very wisely keep thefreedu cut from the streets and alleys Such is not the ease in some other towns For exam ple a newspaper in a neighboring town pitches the following sarcastic shell into the official camp Lost In the weeds on fifth street our cow Also the do that went after the cow also the boy that went after the dog alsomy wife who went after my son All lost iu the citys weeds Liberal reward What Bootleggers Mean In the dry counties where bootleggers have been arrested there has been much talk as to what bootlegging means In the early days when the secret selling of whisky was first thought of in Kentucky the men wore blch top boots In the legs of these halfpint bottles could be concealed and no one would suspect that the man had any liquor on his person Should he meet a friend that wanted a half pint he would dive into one bootleg and produce the goods Hence he was called a bootlegger Moved- To rooms over Stanifer and Supers fotinerly 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that time we will return your money without question or comment t 7rt OLDIIAMF Day Phone 76 wso ROt MGB Undertaking a SpecialtyNight 136 229 411 THE IIESTLINB CAHORS 30 Davs Reduced Prices IIwWe Sell A May Manton Patterns IOc Each 1 Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our store front we find ourselves withentirelyJtop many spring goods to carry over Therefore for the next thirty days we will offer our customers k iirit 3 ti EXtraordInaryiL f up alues t J n order torldce o out surplussf o k 1 Wa are one house which aIwaYshas done are now doing and wilL continue todo business on the fixed V 1J f k Sprinciple of telling the truth about our merchandise and giving our patrons the most and the best for their money It has been our greatest J desire to have our friends buy from us without any fear misrepresentation on our part and to command greater volume of business by- f absolutely honest methods living up to what we say either in advertising or otherwise We now tell you that you can buy anything in r f judgmentrWe will not name tNr r1i many prices but we have stocks of goods to sell and it will be very profitable to you to make us a visit Especially low prices on all Ready to r 1t r t wear oodsWaist Suits Skirts etc We hay knifed to the bottom all mens light weight clothes Talk about Hc apye will sur = IVitt prise you by offering suits from 18up l i 1 j l l Jfj r f i r rir ijVERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS o Jr I HAIVI1LTON BROS- t itf t 7 r A t L tR rIi fi1t 1 P yI i 0 f r ri t Jr tiF1fi J 1fd i f tr i C Gl MA11 OC1i 1gzrf- rit y bI M if i 5 i ft IJIq H M ONr y H- H ti t r J iJ5 w lG I 1 j j eep IooandCornforthble rT By Wearing I P4unsingif Union Suitst TJie very nicest underwear you can buy also the most economical They are perfectfit ting fine quality light weight noniritating and nonchaffing t1t Once you wear the MunsingUnderwear you will always wear it PRICES RANGE FROM i 5Ge to 150 OVFIN H eei mThe Richmond Climax VffiMESUT TIlE CliMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Mangr LOUIS LANDUAM a EdUr Ustar PBC86 TlttOGiAIWI 3 USTRICT rtlEUSttERS LEAGUE FUICE LOO PER YEAR IW JLDVAHCB WEDNESDAY AUG 11 1909 TilE appointment of Mr Homer W Batson as one of tho circuit judges ini Louisville was a good one Bythe way here is a case which should bo noted by the many young profos Mona men who are inclined to be come discouraged when beginning the practice The writer is personally acquainted with Judge Bat son and has watched his career with much interest We have never known a closer student nor ono who worked more unceasingly Not being blessed with an overproduction of this worlds goods Mr Batson started out with the determination to make good and although meeting with the many discouragements encountered by young lawyers he buckled right down to work and every moment of his time was spent in study and listoning to older heads His appointment by Gov Willson Was not tho result of a pull but was made because of his ability This we know as Mr Batson had no pulfnor did he Hie a lengthy application for the place Mr Will son appointed him because of his in dustry Intelligence and upon the belief that he would give his best efforts toward discharging the duties This as stated above should be an incentive to young professional mon to stick at it and success is sure to crown their efforts MOST dispicable of all is the man who discouraged by business of other reverses and having person dependent upon him deliberately elects to take his life instead of standing up and fighting a manly battle a thoicOwho look to him for support There may bo some excuse for the suicide of one who is hopelessly ill and is a burden rather than a help or for the one who has committed a grave crime but w cdoubt if there is any hereafter for the cowardly suicide A report comes from thicago that n man immediately after the marriage ceremony shut up like a 8t trap and has not spoken since For ewlymarriedman that is some thing remarkable but we old stagers who musfgd to the wood shed to sir our views know that ho would hnj learned socncr or later that mar ried mon are to be seen and not heard especially when the head of thehouse is in close proximity Two children agrtl twp years tried to elope and marry at IJarrodsburg TT n last week Think of mere children J showing such bravery while big strapping men like editors John Pulliam and Mack Hutton shy from a petticoat like a country horse from an automobile Take courage dear boys while theres life theres hope SKCKETAKV Jouett Shouse of the big Lexington fair has invited the newspaper men of Kentucky to at ton4tho great show next Friday and at noon all are to be his guests at luncheon Jouett is going to kill s nikon and churn and the boys arc looking forward to the event with great pleasure The JElizabethtown News has just rounded out the fortieth year of jts useful existence Under the able editorship of lii heartcd Harry Som mers the paper has been a power in its section Like Rood wine the paper hits improved with BRO while the tho editorwell it would be impossi ble to improve upon him f Mrs Jas B Stears wife of editor Stears of the Nicholasvillo News has been chosen as one of tho prin cipals of Jessamine Female Institute Mrs Stears who is a most excellent lady is thoroughly competent and the success of the institute is us sured THE other day a man thought that he had lived long enough and de cided to go to the river and drown himself lie confided his intention to several friends that he met and nobody discouraged him Then ho decided to kcepon living just for spite to them TilE Cynthiana Democrat has just Installed a merjjanthalcr typesetting ruadliinc ills legion of friends are delighted that prosperity has struck clever Jim Allen the editor and pro prietor of that bright and breezy paper IT has been suggested that a pub- lIc dance be hold upon the court house pavement as soon as the new concrete is all done The dancers will be required to wear hobnail shoos A Denver young man killed him self yesterday because his wife would not kiss him There is no way of pleasing some men ALL those who expect tho cost of living to drop as soon as the tariff law becomes effective please stand onitheir heads THIS is what tho rural corrospon cnts call fine weather at this writingS In China They do thia KSsornewhnt differently- In China For instance a man charged With a capital crime is beheaded and investigation as to the truth of the charge made afterwards Five oil cials had their heads cut off for it was alleged aiding tho Boxers It turned out that they were not guilty and a royal edict has restored their reputation but not their heads and a pecuniary indemnity has been bestowed upon families The five headless officials are not in condition to appreciate the humor of the joke Stanford Journal s Personals I Miss Margaret Nelson of Frank fort is visiting here C F Higgins and family are back from a visit to Paris Stockton Hume of Louisville is visiting relatives here Mr J S Hnsoldon of Lancaster was a visitor here Friday Mr and Mrs Hubert Griggs left this week for Atlantic City Mr Irvine Hume has been guest of Robert B Woods in Stanford Mrs Mollie Powell of Nicholas yule is visiting relatives here Miss Daisy Gilbert is visting friends in Huntington W Va Miss Mollie Fife has been guest of Mrs Dl L Cobb in Cynthiana Homer G Price Knoxville spout several days with friends here Miss Alice Smith of Cynthiana is visiting her sister Mrs Johnson s D C Chitwood of Stearns Ky was the guest of Miss Lillio Cain Miss Robin Kinkoad of Lexington ic the guest of Miss Jamie Caperton Mr Mayncr Wallace was tho guest of his parents in Midway last week Miss Mary Belle Miller oflvinchos ter is visiting Miss Elizabeth Shackel ford Miss Margaret Parrish left the past week for a weeks stay at Atlantic City Mr and Mrs Geo W Pickles Jr of Urbana Illaro visiting relatives here Mrs Mary B Hicks and daughter Elizabeth are visiting friends in Coy ington Mr and Mrs Louis Ncalcand son LeVis wore visitor in Lexington FridayMrs George Corzolius and sons are spending this month at Kslill Springs Mr and Mrs Richard Lackey are recuperatingat Crab Orchard Springs Miss Mary Miller has returned from a visit to Miss Katie Lee Denny in Lancaster Miss Annie Herndon of Lancaster was here Monday cnroute tp the Lox iagton fair- Misses Laura Bright and Bessie Tribblo are at Tatutn Springs for a weeks stay Miss Belle Bennett was in London last week in the interest of the Sue Bennett School Miss Laura Schmidt has returned I from a visit to friends in Cotington and Cincinnati Messrs Joe mend Vm Evaus from the Canal Zone arc visiting their father Dr Evans Mrs Snub Coruclisotubas returned from a visit to relatives in Colorado and Kansas City Miss Kate Schmidt is attending time Fall millinery openings in Cincinnati and Indianapolis Miss Sue Bennett after a visit to friends here lisa returned to her home in Lexington r t 42 A Fair that and every avenue of liferft titg s each day by Miss i 7 ial t whi I i tIP u 1 e t1 b j q 0 y L r f C C J a has beet so Miss Mainlo Crandall ql Paint Lick was here last Week sttohdlng the teachers Institute Mrs Glovor and daughter Leila of Kansas Ciy are visiting Mr and- SM N B Deatheragc Misses Julia Higgins and Mattie Tribblo are spending two weeks at Grab Orchard Spripgs Frank French of Atlanta Gat IW has been the guest of his parents Sunday fov Chicago Editor Swift Champ of Paris waS here see our boys wallop the lads from his town Miss Harry Wood Huguely has returned from a visit to her aunt Mrj R L Scudder at Stanford Lindsay Ulan ton left Monday for Lexington to take a commercial course nt Smiths Business College Ashland cor Cou Jour Miss Stock ton of Richmond has returned after a visit with Mrs J S Hbad Jr MM Curie Davidson of hanoastoi amt 1L 14Dsvitson of Oklahoma hnvci been visiting Mrs 2 T Rice Dr AdditIOn Smith loft last week for Marttasvilh lad Ho will also v sit Itontroal N C baforo his return MJs ns OInnthn and Kollio Brojalor of Valley View spent last week with their parents and attonilbd tho Institute here sirs Addison Smith is at home from a delightful two months ylsit to her son Rev Herbert Smith at llocL ester N Y Misses Bowie fxivo Dessic Corro Grace and Delis Wilson of Pine Knot are expected shortly to visit Miaios Lillie and Olive Cain Judge Chonault was the guest of Col and Mrs John Cunningham and Mrs Laura Estill Francis at Host dale Cunningham Station Mr Shelby Irvine Tribblc formerly of this city was married on the fourth to Miss Florence Sanders at her home in Harriman Tonn Judge Dykee anti familyare spend ing ton days at Crab Orchard Springs They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Hanley ipport of Cincinnati Mr John SMarrs rotnrnetl Satur day from Lancaster whero ha was called by tho death of the little daugh ter of hg sister Mrs G B Swine broad Mrs Walter r1adingand daughter Louise and xabel have returned to their home in Winchester after a de lightful visit to urs Tominie Barns liorrimsn Mrs Slado and children have re turnedto London They were ac companied by Miss Agnes Clark who will visit them prior to hor return to school at Midway Mr anti Mrs W C French have been entertaining hoiiMparty for the past week in honor of their son W Frank French of Atlanta and Mrs T A Gawettof Lexington Mr Harry Hanger and sons II ny and Arnold loft last week for New York where Mr Hanger has a large contract at Cornwall on Tho Hudson They will be gone ton days Miss Margaret Vttmuoter of Lex ington and Mr Edward 1onidayof Wilmington Deloware have returned home after a delightful visit tb Mr and Mrs Harry Hanger at Arlington Nicholasville Jpurnal Miss lillie Barkloy has returned from a visit to friends in Madison Mrs Chits C Bnrgin has returned homo after visit to hcrmother Mrs Flnnoll in Richmond Lexington Loader Misses Mamie Miller Woods Ethel Naal anti Willie Loo Clark loft Tuesday to be guests at a housoparty ontertatned by Miss Natalie Btothers at her home in Vor sallies It is with dcepregret their many friends and neighbors learn of the in tended removal of Mr Ed Schan and family Timeywill go on Soptombor lilt to their old home at JcfTortonvJIlo Indiana Miss Grace Smith who has been Mrs H Luxon will go tb Cieveland qthis week Whore sbewill spend a fortnight with her brother r ErnesVSn4tii bofqrc1 Winchester Damoerat Dr Snow den of Paint Lick b jtttrc attending tho Fair and greeting his host of old friends Dr Suowden Is meeting with success in his now home buts iI1 has a warm spot in his heart for Clark county and her people Mr Frank Robinson of Burnside Hobinson who was injured nbifitt two weeks tigo by falling anil breaking his knee cap has about recovered anti is back at worker much to the gratification of his many friends Elizabothtovyn Nows Mrs C L Suircyof Waco isvjsitlng her daugh tor MM J Wnlkor Stewart Ben Cassiday left Sundaymorning for an extended trip through the East IN fore going to Richmond to live gUQ5tsntand Mrs Neville Moberly A N WhitlockMr end Mrs UV Picklo McCJrcary Simmons Earl Curtis W 0 um MdisonCountyf-4 J A Madison County Fair for Madison County People teachfe benefits industrial FREE Balloon Ascension Dorothy DeVonda Amuk111t AttractionsMidltacrowdca totc tem MIMn- r ItOVIablo Wednesday visitinghersistor Inl1ian1apolia i C Bonnfrtt Fletcher West and J C Park M ssrsand Mesdames Thou H Piokels A D Miler and Lout Lan dram will attend the meeting of Ken tueky newspaper people at the Lex ingtpn fair rrlday An event of the meeting will be a luncheon given tho scribes and ladles by Mr Jouctt Shonse secretary of tho f ilr R L Walker who has boon so ill of typhoid fever at tho Gibson Infirm ary is improving rapidly although he has been in a dangerous condition Mr Walker whose homo is In JeSa mine county is a brother of J B Walker and is widely connected in Central Ken tuck- Lancaster Record Malcohn Miller of Richmond was a visitor hero at fair Miss Naomi Ballew of Rich mond is the guest of her aunt Miss FranelsMiss Mable Mason of Richmond WAS the guest of Miss Kate Simpson Miss Maudo Wilson of Richmond has been visiting her sister Miss Lillian Cobb has returned to her home in Richmond after a visit Miss Mary ElmoreW O Bnrk and wife of Richmond Miss Minnie Sanders of Kltksvllleand Robert W Lapton of MeCroary visited Mrs Dive Sanders during the fair r n I BASE BALLI i Notes Jfa al ZlowTbey Stand CIUbL Won Last Pet Richmond 51 81 811 Winchester 5t 3J Wi PRrlllmummtl 37 13 Frankfort 4J fjj Lextngtn mmtI iiI Shcluyville 57 m Drop Another to Winchester Richmond cgaiii went down in de feat at the hands of Winchester last Tuesday by the close Ecoro olllo 0 It was a beautifully played fjFtne and but for some very qnoatioobaledu oiBBOus by Umpire Pieplio would have been enjoyed by tho crowd a J any ECOII on these grounds this year Sautfr a new man was on the mound fur Richmond and Ito iu was ter of the situation in overy liming but one lie pulled himself out of vorai very tight places by some beautiful pitching Especially was this true of the fourth round when Barney tttu first man up lilt One to deep center for three three bates yet he could not score On one other occasion with two men an basis he struck out Ilarpo nnd Ellis retiring the side Other features of tiio pro me for Richmond were a ouobnndoti catch and double ploy unassisted by Welch and a throw from left fIeld by AVlmtaker cutting man oil at the platO For Winchester Honey was tho real star Ho refused to allow the hit that raeanta score and kept our boys guessing all the tithe With the bat Schmidt and Reed were thebeet each getting three hits imikiuf Six out of tho nine se cured by the oaths loam Thesaore1 2 34 5 6 7 S QR Winchester 00000010 Oi- RiclimoudjJO 000000 0 Ox Paris Defeated Iaris was boaten oir home grounds Wednesday l y the close score tf 110 0 It was the fastest game of the season it requiring only otto hour and ten minutes to plav it Doth sides placed niagmlicent ball and it was only by the juerest chance that a score was made Creeger was on tho mound for the locals and although he got into some tight places lie managed to pull him self out and kept the Bourbonites tram crossing the plate Barnes a now man was giving a try put by Iaris and he performed In splendid style He let our boys down with only four hits and demonstrated that he is niatlof the right kind of atuirTnescare1 2345078 DR RiehmondOOOO 0 10001Paris Q000000000- WhiteWash Shclbyville This Shelbyillo team was given a ooat of whitewash Thursday when the Pioneers journeyed to that city for couple of games Foenej and Wills were tile slabmeii and each pitched excellent tiall Errors by teammates jcnusQCl the loss of tho game for Feeney Wills lot the Millers down with only flve catfeieci lifts nod they were Uot dangerous atony singe of tho gtnie Take 3ndA1oT- he Pioneers took tha second came of thaeeries from SlielbyviHc Kridy by the sVora of 8 to 1 Thin Miller took an early lead olid it looked is though they might win but they went to pieces in the ixh round as our boys sent throe runs across the pan which added to tho ono thoy gut in the first gave them a lead of one run Tlie Wore Blood this way until the ninth when our lioya fearing that tho Millers might get a suit or Lao in tIle ninth got busy and nontfour more tins over to wake matters sure Sauter pitchiedfor Richmond anti he performed very nicely ahlant lug liam did like duty for tho Millers but the six errors of His tenmtnalPB hi stroyed whatever chance he had of winning Lose to Lexington Flushed with throo straight victories RalnrI Ojlts and suffered detest in one of the most sensational games of the season It took thirteen idninga to decide the game the score standing 3 to 3 from the fifth inning until the thirteenth when a bad throw by Whittaker anda twobagger by Chapman sent the win fling run home The Big Boy Roy Golden pitch ed for Richmond and he showed up in fine form He allowed only six hits and struck out twenty men He gave five bases on balls tho which slightly worklWestern Association was tried out by Lpxingtoa but was taken out in the fifth He was succeeded by McCor onlytwollitepitched 8eorol23456789101tl213RLex2100OOOOO Rich 000210000 000 03 Lexington J Richmond 0 The above score tells the tale of the game played at Lexington Sunday It was a pitchers battle throughout both Kline and Oomstock pitching giltedgd ball Luck favored Kline however and a hit coupled with an error let in the only score of the game Altho the Pioneers made three errors they played remarkable ball especially Thossat first and tilford at short Kreggt a new moan was tried at third base and he handled bis two chances nicely Ho failed to get a IIi but will likely show better as he get8 toibeautiful throw cutting off a runner at home plate Thescorcl 2345678 9R- RichmondO 0000000 00- LefngtonO 0 0 1 0 Q 00 01 Notes Sauter is the coolest pitcher seen in these parts for many a day Campbell formerly of Winchester played first base He folded nicely but tailed to get a hit Whitlakrr Is without doubt in a class by himself when it comes to nlavlng the guine from all angles Ills throwing is getting to be the sensation of the league We believe there would have been a different tale tell had Suter been uetd in Mondays game Comstock was over worked Piepho might have tried to do the square thing but it looked suspiciots to some of us TIIOBS Is laying Hoe ball around first In fact lie is good anywhere The Big Boy will not stay in the bushes long if ho will only get con trolShelbyvillehas traded Eddie Glenn to Frankfort for Allison Frankfort will likely be shy n short stop in a few days for IMdie is R quitter Lexington it ceitalnly a great stumb ling block to the Pioneers They are doing this season what Shelbyville did last We are of the opinion that Welch should be played on second bass and Baird rent to right field Baird is rather weak on ground balls Be Merciful How are you treating your horse this hot weather Do you drive him rapidly or make him pull bigger loads than his strength justifies Do you leave him standing in the sun Arc you always certain that ho is not thirsty and do you know that ho is fed amply anti regularly If you are a liveryman do you alternate your horses in service so that none of them will be injured by overwork and if you had none but tired horses in tho barn at the time a customer called would you let him hue one of the overworked blasts rather than miss the dollar and a half If you are a grocer or other merchant op cratinga delivery wagon are you certain that your drivers are kind to your horses that they never beat them and never push them beyond their speed Are you one of thofe nervous men who are always in a hurry without reason and who use the whip upon their horses in order to gel soniu place before they are needed And then how about giving your horso a vacation Ever thought of that When you go away on your summer trip did it over oc out to you that the faithful animal which serves all the anlllsom1MtiQ1es lodgmgjat that would enjoy being placed Wit on green pasture a past turcwith some shade in it where he might play around as he did when a colt rest his weary legs stovcil up by travul over the hare city streets anti thou conic hick to your service feel ingwell anti full of life and vigor for your service Men who have tried it saythat a vacation for a horse is a good investment financially but you should not be governed by financial consideration in the matter We cant relieve all the suffering amonghorses but wo can all of us help to create a sentiment that will greatly lesson it Are you doing ypu rp1rt1 DsWitta Little Early Risers the pleasant stle sure easy little liver pills A salve you may always di puml upon in aiijcase where you needsalve is Uewitts Carbolized goodforw AUGUST 18 19 AND SO Liberal Premiums Music Amusements= = = FLORAL HALL === R dMOcl RattliUMJ on U Rail Rod r SRrff it ViitMF d 1 ri J T 1 iS p Believing that the people of Kentucky 6tj will be interested in the organization of th T 1tl t I Citizens i NatlonaIl I Life T Insurance v iCompany 1 Believing that they WANT such a company bell virij that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing f6f its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below arc v the amounts subscriptions for each week Jif SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9 20024000 i TEETHING make baby nervous and fretful and stops gain ia weight SCOTFSEWISION U the best foodmedicine for teeth Lag babies It strengthens the nerres supplies lime for the teeth keep the baby growing Get a small bottle now All Drutgfsts ST ri OAHO QK THK woRtb Commissioners aie T C Bronstons Admr and Heirs against Plaintiffs- T C Bronstons Crl Hre Dfts Notice ofSale in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Malison Circuit Court ren dered at the May term thereof 1900 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday Aug 2809 between the hours of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on the premises proceed to expose to public sale to the highestand best bidder the following described property viz Lots No1 2 and 3 Lot No 1 contains 12 acre Lot No2 2 acre No3 56100 acre Said lots will first be offered as a n hole and then separately and tho bid producing the most money will be accepted Said lots are on the Lancaster pike one and quarter miles from town TEIlMS Sn o will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required tp Jive bond with approved security for the payment of the money to have the force anti effect of a juduinent beating legal interest from lay of rate a reserved upon Maid property until all the purchase money is paid T IL COLLINS M C M C C Commissioners Sale Flood Co c Plaintiffs agalnstShelby c Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of n judgment and order of sale ol the MaiH on Circuit Court ren dered at the May term thereof 19G9 in the above style cause thOa underHiRn cd will o- nSaturdays Aug 2809 between tim hours of 10 50 oclock a m anti 12 oclock in on the premises on Lancaster pike Pear Richmond Ky- pioceed to expose to publi sale to the followiustditcribedLying in Madison county on the waters of Taylors ork of silver Creek GeorJtIIlalenrcfwith their line N 21 12 E 254 poles to a stake near the end of a stone fence coiner lopaid Hale at2 still with his linn N G7 W 714 poles to a slake anther corner to said HaleatS thence S2iI 2 W12iflpolestoa stake at cast end rf aStonn fence a corner to Thomas Douglas tt 4 thenco with his line anti the stone fence N 07 W 207 poles 10 a Ktiike wrufr to said Douglas at 5 hence N 12 W 52 poles to stake hence N 18 W 21 5 poles to a large post corner to n wire leiue and Mrs White thence with hur lino N 28 12 E 155S poles to a stake a corner to said tim White at 8 thence S 58 E 48 1 polentoa stake in Adam Greens lind at thence S 22 12 W418 ioldi io a stone same corner and in all 478 IIWOPlILt11 thence with center of the eaid pike S 31 W 50 3 poles to a stake in thp vnterof Mid pike at 121 thence 86712 W 418 poles to the beginning contaiiiin 91 acres be the same more or les Gv axeuflicient quantity thereof to prodiiotho Nun of5 55283 the amount of money ar ordered to be made and the ccfits hereof TEIIMS Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve mouths The purchaser will be required to live bond with approved securuv the payment of purchase money to have the bearingluailien reserved upon said property until nil this purchase money is paid T H COLLINS 15CM O C a Paii Notice to Tax Payers Your city tax bills for thA year 1009 are now due and in my hands fer collection On all those that are not paid on or before JSovembor 1st moo the penalty prescribed by ordinance will be attached and interest at rate of 6 percent will bo charged on all tax bills after Nov 1st 1909 Office City Hall corner 1st and Irvine St RespectfullyT 3t City Collector For indigestion and all stomach trouble take Foloys Orino Laxative as it stimulates the stomach and liver and regulates the bowels and will cure habitual constipation Foleys Orino Laxative cures sick headache and billlousness and on account of its mild action and pleasant taste is es pecially recommended for women and children Sold by Stockton Son alm youfeelgesting Kodol digests what you eat so you can cat sufficiently of any wholesome food if you will just let Kodol digest it Sold by all Very Best Granulated Sugar 17 pounds for Jas n Park First It Seashore Excursion Annual Seashore Excursion to At lantic City Cape May and other Atlantic Coast points via The B 0 P W leaves Thursday August 12th Round trip lare from Richmond fIGTn Return limit 15 days Stop over privi leces on return trip at New York Phil adelphia Washington and other points Sleepers Dining Cars Coaches from Cincinnati For illustrated folder tickets Sleeping car reservations etc Call on Local Ticket Agent LN R IL or address S T Seelv T P A B O SW R It 513 Traction Building Cincinnati O 8t p PublicSaleC- fTHREE HOUSE located on Fifth Street Richmond Ivy to the highest bidder at auction on the premises on SATURDAY August 14th J at 1030 A M repairRentsSix Room twostory House newly painted and in first class condition Rents for S1400 repairAllTerms made known on day sale For further infor mation call on or address STEVE SHANKS Richmohd Ky Freeman Grider f tReal Estate Fire Life Accident and Liability Insurance Agents y If you want sell your property list it withtthem JJIf you want to insure it see them r Office overPerry Thomas Drug Store THE SHOW OF SHOWS Jj I 6BIG DAYS S NIGHTS good druggists auglm 100 descriptive public of to tJ 3000022 I flORSfioLn AND HIPPODROME 19O9 rIN PREMIUMS IN BUILDING PAVILION I DAILY RACESNATIELLO AND IllS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 meerIrieQdunu5em worldftLOW RAILROAD RATESFOK 1NFORMATIONCATALOGUEENTJXY BLANKS ADDRESS J W NEWMAN Secretary 320 Paul Jones Bids Louisville Ky 1 I3I4ISI6I7I8 FAIR GROUNDS RICH MOND LENTUCY Nextt WednescIar Thurs and Friday 1 8 a t You will see the grandst sshow of Horses and Mules ever exhibited in Kentucky t1IDaily concerts by a Superb Milftary Band Jilt Aisociaito J tacrvc a pkto iki oor m tfce gtombt J Fine w IJ 1L c = C I r Why Sner tO you one of Ute thousands ofsuffer Women w1io from female I Iiso dont be 4scouraged Oardui go to On your the druggist and get a bottle of Wine ofwrapper are fullDuring the halfcenturyCarduihas use established in been homes as a safe remedyfor pain which only women endure It is reliable dependedTake CARDUlI34 Mrs tharles Bragg of Sweetser Lid tried Car1n1 Enewrites Tongue cannot telloV much Cardul has done for me Iwouldworkyourmedicl1lcAT ALL DRUG STORESL S rTHIS IS THE SEASON FOR Afresh Vegetables We have every kind fresh and new Iat right prices 1Iwe receive freshshipments every day 1 eOur stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries cannot be equaled I SEWELL McKINNEY GROCERS c Telephone 223 Its Building Time If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before carpenterslin JEFF STONERICHMOND KY TEXAS LANDS FOR SALE The eyes of the world are on Texas Wheat 20 to 43 bushels corn 30 to 50 bnshels oats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa that wonderful enricherof the soil 4 to 5 tons all the other crops grown in Central Kentucky except hemp and tobacco This land sells around the 20 notch We need more people more homebujers Remember the opportunities you ost in Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma Write for full particulars E G PARRISHPLAINVIEW TEXAS 1 have for sale 19500 shares of stock in oneof the richest copper mines 17 claims in Arizona at a price that should interest anyone fully paid and nonassessable = New Quarters = We are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season J Ihurman Grocery = Company ====== Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at Ifany time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you aiifl your neighbor can get for a sum that is Email compared with the bem fits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tennessee for Information regarding our special Farmers Line lateSi If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest youOnr lines cover the States ot Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois Richmond Telephone COt Incorporated 1 ieo MsurmchenFormerlywith J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over J E Sexton Phone 173 AH Kinds ot Pressing Gleaning Repairing i Satisfaction Guaranteed r Your Patronage Solicited u Floral Designs Cut Flowers Hants x Furnished on short notice Special attention to designs for Funerals and Weddings at Richmond Greenhouses 1j tit wxf At t t 14IitMIHj rsi iii = Ike Richmond Climax mama fiERY wfMMir IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING to Incorporated iA D MILLER Stcst and gr LOUIS LANDRAM 1fdior Mibiof JlISSOCIA PUBtlS f ICE 4100 PER YEU IN ADVANCE j WEDNESDAY AUG 11 itOO ANNOUNCEMENT I announce myself a candidate for the Legislature from Madison eouuty subject to the action of the Democratic party L a IIERRINGTON If you havent the time to exercise regularly Doans Rcgulets will pre vents constipation They induce 8 mild easy hcalthiul action of the bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 25c Dont Nag Ladies The Stanford Journal says In Missouri a womanhad her husband arrested for desertion when be swore that the womans constant nagging bad forced him to leave home ineelf defense In- sh decision the judge said that the man must be the boss of his own household and when woman makes her sUIt up i that a woman loses all love and respect for a mollycoddle who resents nothing and everybody regards with derisIon- a henpecked husband When women get to nagging tile malady grows on them till it becomes a sort of second nature with them often fault finding mechanically and not maliciously The Judgment was that the man return to his home assert his rights put off that subdued look and all would be well Truly this judge is a Solomon and We henpecked husbands rise up and call him blessed It is the only consolation we have received in years Stops earache in two minutes toothache or pain of burn or seald in five minutes hoarseness one hour ausclcache two hours sore throat twelve hours Dr Thomas Eclcctric Oil monarch over pain- Notice I have rented and repaired and furnished with new furniture the upstairs part of the Dlllingham Building tcently bought by tlTo Elks and am prepared to accomodate transient and regular boarders Please give me cnll N A Durham 3m For Rent Three rooms over Singer Sewing Machine office on Second street apply this office tf James Hunley Will buy or sell your houseI farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See himif his services are need ed The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best that because my Gas Range bakes evenly and my oven heats in seyen minutes I find Gas cheaper than wood coal or gasoline Richmond Water Light Co Golden 8Flora TheMonumentdealers have added to their business a PNEUMkTIC TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do better work than ever before They have a large assortment f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to gall ind inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaran ieed Golden Flora With Zarings Patent Flour- a good baker becomes even belter Aad evwa an experienced one can net atkfcetory results If tuettirl ItWfli out good biseuitoj bread or ccei deftt blAme her at one It My be tiM irtr Onkf eWbt X itti tfAt tttoy eMt IlK to SMtlt1 kIt MaCall Patterns UiOandi5c I and ball 20 line 3 iaon wax the t JFarm Ike of has sold his mare Susie Todd Eastern for 1800 She has record of 223 Thomas McClintock of Charles Thompson of Lexing ten pair of 5yea old mare mules for 410 from Hopkins countysay that three million of their six million dark crop was by the recent rains L Harkness the New York mil lonaire owner of Walnut Hall Stock Farm his bought Stock Farm Fayette owned by the Brown sold Simon Weil fiftyseven head of cattle aver aging 1431 pounds at 615 per hun dred Paris The Democrat says The Democrat informed that of the 950 acres of tobacco In the Berry district acres will be up in the pool Reuben Tolle near Ky sold his crop of 900 of wheat 110 delivered the train The cropaveraged about the acre In York Julywheat deal up In man ar = EldersFall SUITS for Men In an immense variety of striped patterns in gray shades very and stylish designs the kind you want will stylish and dressy Excellent quality reliable fashiopable tailored and perfect fitting School for School Boys Boys Knickerbocker SuitsFancy cassimere doublebreasted style new striped patterns wearresisting all sizes 7 to 16350Bo-ys Knickerbocker SuitsMade- of fine allwool velour cut in the very latest fashions elegantly tailored to 16400Bo- ys Cassimere PantsNeat fancy patterns sizes 3 to 168cB- oys Knicker Pants Made of all wool velour sizes to 16 93c Choice of our Mens Fin est braid Straw Hats 195All2- StrawHats 95c All 1 and 125 ones 75c Cent Each card hooks eyes T 1 paper Iii1 package pins marbles 1 complete fishing Cents Each 1 dozen assorted colored paper napkins 1 busy bee 1 spool Clarks darning cotton 1 spool basting thread Corsets Ettjuality pice1ylaundered Suspenders colQrings25cv1-ens blacklOcMens in- faiIcyvashable 9sJzesGartersExtra Ladies Pumps Oxfords RompersBoys Umbrellas jc I Respectfully to Tradeit 1 EV EldersRadcliff for Ladies Enquirer Hats 3 American Beauty Corsets 81 II t= = = and Stock Harrodsburg hue to an party a Millersburg sold to one Reports pounds tobacco V Senorita In late S S T J Redmon to export Kentuckian Cynthlana is magisterial 900 signed of Johnson bushels to Carlisle parties at on eighteen bushels to Saturday a spectacular r lj 8 3 i i ncr paid 150 for one lot in the open and then defaulted on 20000 bushels which wore bought in under the rule at 149 These were the highest of the season Last weekC C Ilallman 23 head of horses from here caster Pa were class stock running from 115 to 225 averaging about 16OFlcm ingsburg TimesDemocrat Tho says Wiert Saunders sold his crop of 400 bushels of wheat to Grange City par ties at 115 James Dorsn and Minor Gilkerson sold to John W Fitch ten acres of wheat for seed at 122 per S E Gruellof Harrison county had 45 ewes with 69 lambs and sold 40 pick lambs from the lot at 1750 per cwt In the 40 were28 the averaging 84 12 pounds and not one of them was four months old until the 9th inst The lot brought 25350 The Department at Washington has ready for tion a a dis cussion of the wild onIon problem and outlining plan whereby the post can bo exterminated circular will be sent free to any re questing it by sending name to the DepartmentMany the feeding ife G olive mode green just look well extra sizes Knee all pins tape hair Gaither prices Gazette distribu circular giving detailed advocate Mens Mens Light weight extra elastic fine made with strong leather ends i 25c Silk Extra long narrow silk Ties alt new and Half good good maco yarn color Shirts supreme all new pat terns 95c Mens Wash Ties New newest shapes i 15c Mens Light weight cool and all iC Mens elastic web all colors good grade 10c and Fine Wear 125 2 2 50 3 Gum Overalls for tobacco workers g5G 45c and of the best of Denem for 98c taffeta mission handle paragon frame very strong and durable Cash J v = = = = ruined lrlew wound Shorts market They bushel twin lamibs bunch This person of pumpkins to swine in the autumn The claim is made that they have the effect of removing intestinal worms and keeping the hogs free from them during the time pumpkins are fed George L secretary of the Missouri State horticultural socIety- is authority for the statement that the apple crop of the United States for the year 1909 will be twice as large as that of 1908 Dr H D Rodman who has the ambition to have the greatest herd of Jerseys in the world held a public sue at his home bear Shelby ville at which he old every heat of his Amer lean bred Jerseys The number sold was 82 at an average price of flU 30 The top price was 465 Judge I 11 Thurman of county young heifer for which he paid 255 It is to know that Kan sas has made some interesting records In growing wheat For each of the last five years the State has been first in output and in eight out of the last ten years it has stood first In tho same ten years Kansas raised more wheat than any other State or an aggregate of 746627 740 bushels valued at 477706894 In the last twenty years the State has become a wheat billionaire its icrop aggregat lug 1152444800 bushels The gov ernment rates Missouri California and Michigan among the crack win ter wheat producers of the world but in 1907 Kansas raised more than these three States together W D Oldham j Co c j i t Goods f r Notions I Shoes Clothing i rFurnishings i 2 1r C 7ir 1 iiI2 j I i Busy Bee Cash Store 1 IuIT r r Jr R Joo stoneanq handsome Suits cassimores cassimeres Agricultural Collars lislewebs Neckwear reversible designs seamless quality fast quality patterns fourinhands Underwear bplbriggan comfortable Summer childrens Rompers quality L50 Womens American umbrellas Submitted Shoes ahlppedj goodmedium Flemingsbnrg HoseFull rainproof Washington purchased interesting Dry I J LI rams FrrewsrSs at the State Fair The State Fair will again havo Pains Fireworks as a night attraction Novelties m fireworks not heretofore seen will be Introduced and a magnificent display of forty numbers will be given each night Including such de vices as The Weird White Falls on a gigantic scale 200 feet long and 25 feet high Also a wonderful device known as Fighting the Flames showing a house burning with the fire engine playing water upon the flames all done In fireworks Monster portrait of wellknown people The Pain company twill also put on a wonderful now device known as The Pillar of Light showing a pillar of fire of In tense brilliancy rising fifty feet in the air making the entire surroundings as bright as day In connection with the fireworks there will be provided entertainment by noted specialty artists and a big concert each night by the band mak- Ing a most charming evening and one long to be remembered Tobacco at the State Fair A most liberal premium list is of fered for tobacco and a large and val uable exlilfilt is expected Classes are provided I r the following Burley types Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigar cite Wrapper and Bright Trash The dark types are Black Wrapper Long or African Leaf French Leaf Italian Leaf Green River Leaf and Stemming Leaf In addition to the regular prizes Hon M C Rankin offers 75 In specials for the best display of Bur ley crop best display of Dark Tobacco and the best display ot Green River Tobacco Not more than four samples can be entered ot a single crop but It exhibitor has more than one crop raised on his farm he Is entitled to four samples out of each crop Horse Show at the State Fair At every fair whether big or little In Kentucky the horse show Is one of the predominant features and the Kentucky State Fair ot 1909 will be no exception With one of the most attractive classifications ever offend at a Southern fair with high class judges to tie the ribbons and the best covered show arena In the world there should be horses enough and of choice quality at this show As the horse ex hibit can usually be depended upon to take care of Itself it Is believed that with the addItion of the night show feature an unusual array ot equine celebrities will be paraded before the public For catalog entry blank Qr other information write JW Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Entitling Louisville Ky Notice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave we use this method to in vite out friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mbunfcain Jellico Coal which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order anti get acquainted with our Coal anti method of doing lines I nI 1It f aY jf Ii if CI J Not In The Trust THE ADMIRAL 13 THE LATEST 4iJiBEST MOWER I THE SUOOESSFUL FARMER 1 I 1 TO Farm Machinis The great advance in farming methods has kept pace with the improvement of farm machines The most successful farmers have always been ready to consider new ideas and better machines Farmers never have been more progressive than today That is why the Admiral mower has so quickly established itself in their favor They recognize the great value of its features chief among which are Powerful keen cutting apparatus easy footlift increased tractive power without corresponding increase In weight not forgetting the floating frame genuine underdraft uniform tilt and all the other features that have made Walter A Wood mqwcrs famous wherever grass is grown If you are going to buy a pleasureforask us at any time the sooner the better Douglas Simmons Agents a That Lame Back Means Kidney Disease t jjAnd to Relieve the Lame and Aching j You Must First Relieve the Kidneys There is no question about that nt allfor the lame and aching back Is caused by a diseased con dition of the kidneys and bladder It IS only common sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of the con dition And lame and aching back are not by any means the only symptoms of derangement of the kidneys and bladder There are a multitude of wellknown and un mistakable indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and weariness nervous Irritability heart Ir regularity nerves on edge sleep lessness and Inability to secure rest scalding sensation and sedi ment in the urine Inflammation of the bladder and passages etc DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritori ous remedy for and all affections or diseased conditions of these organs These Pills operate directly and promptlyand their beneficial results are at once felt They regulate purify and effec tually heal and restore the kid neys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy condition even in some ot the most advanced cases UP Back E C DeWitt Co Chicago III want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney and blad der diseases to at once write them and a trial box of these Pills will be sent free by return mall postpaid For Sale by PERRY THOMAS Going to- YseAny KEEPS DATE- o Lumber Sash Doors LathsPaint w Rubber or Felt i Roofing JPLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE Better come direct to Todd Lackey Corner Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky S p p p S S S Field Garden I SEEDI t t t 1 IWe have just received a large shipment of t Field and Garden Seed and invite those I Icallbefore making a purchase Our line of Staple and Fancy I GrJROO ERIE St was noyer moro complete than now I T ate and Sont Telephone 35 r p p e The Houghton BuyBreak Cart and Speed Sulkies Take pleasure in refering you to the following uptodate business men of the life comfort and durabilty of the Houghton Line P H Raid of Louisville Ky who is oneof the largest dealers of highclass vehicl s write I handle most all highclass buggies but I consider the Houghton by far the best Goodman Rros Co of Shelbyvillo Ky say that the Houghton Buggy is superior to the Columbus Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe that tho Houehton can be surpassed J H McKee Liveryman Shelbyyille Ky writes I have in my livery he Curtis Reid Stivers and The Houghton lam frank to place the- Houghton the leader and dot believe a better buggy can be built Quality and not pounds makes vehicles durable comfortable and styUsh Consult any of the following home userot the Houghton who are your finest business men and in perfect accord with the above testimonials Armor Hisie Richmond Geo P Simmons Richmond L N Todd BrassHeld Joe Mason Whites Station Joe Oldham Jr Richmond r Uoodloa Curtis Richmond S E Royce Whits Hall Al Cornolison Richmond henry P Kayburn Richmond Joo Azbill Liveryman Richmond Thoa Ellison Red House Every owner of a Houghton will toll you they are by far the best The Houghton line is the only line that uses only the flnest material sad decs Hot make thecost of such tMroaeideratiba- lw Ho 4N biild the flnatBcake Cart In tha wjorl- dI b UIB HeBSbtoa itdy1ct4r tntfctrtfck jpkbc yolir ttdkr aily M4 a r j7i p j z j LfIt s a- ray j SprilgI HugstBrussels Wilt n Velvets and I 1xJ2Axminster Best as I sortment ever brought to thisIIthemtjdoreyou 1 I BENNETT and HIGGINS Furniture and Undertaking L Telephones 73 n i n Hain Street J ITHINK ABOUT C tor 1 4L AX you affjrd to delay matters F what avail is procasti nation T bestIn a few weeks prices will be higher ET us Therefore have your order now IGET INYOURCOALNOW We Deliver Quickly Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico- We have tho exclusive sate A trial order will convince yon that youhavepossiblyless Full Weight or Coal Forfeited 1iII uxotfBro Dyeing and Cleaning Dye will no rub oft or stain Woik guaranteed Bell Breck Phone 319 Elsewhere in this issue will be fobnd a call for bids for the building of a new fire department headquarters and fire tower to replace the one destroyed in Monday nights fire The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 For Rent forlanytf A Dobrowsky Strayed Or Stolen About ten days agofrom Allens pasture adjoining J W Ballard one bay horse mule while nose about 14 hands high and one dark brown or black mtro nnle about Hhands high Property of JW Lamb Mallory Sprincs Both rnnles two years old and broke Send information to Dean Allen Berea Reward of 100 will bepai1 828 It White Plymouth Rocks For 9 Sale I have i few nice white Plymouth Rock Pullets and cockrels for sale C D Miller- Richmond Ky Lost jGold rim cno glasses with chain trini IVmirn to this office Luxuries for the Bath are here in complete variety Brushes of all kinds Silky sponges thermome ira and nil the dainty soaps and toilet waters worth having We want you to ste them and we know you will at once perceive how their use will make the lath daintier and more refreshing WHITE WINES Drugs and Jewelry r The Daintiest Lingerie can be safely entrusted to OUR me thods of Laundering them Our Lslp which is really expert in this work exr eiciies painstaking ClUe thus assuring you ot perfect work ALWAYS We we use only the best Soaps Starches ijKte Rates reasonable HHb Ttirfc I1 JisrMtJ I Around Town ofti big band of Gypsies were here last week and gathered many nickles beg ging and telling fortunes Mr R J McKee nas purchased from brickhomeReady Saturday V Ricci the restaurant man says he will move this week to his new qua willbeday Big Trip to the Bridge A large crowd went on the Odd BridJeThursllayBand was along and made splendid wasidealEverybody Going The Lexington Fair is on this week and big crowds are going from this section every day The rate is very rightforourtime and money to visit this fair Catalogues Ready RichmondFairClimax office and Secretary Dunn is sending them all over the country atomeshow of stock will be larger than ever seen here Everybody is coming To Vote on BoozetStanford Journal suppose the election on the whisky question is a 2ifthis paper was urged to advocate the calling of an election and later was importuned to urge a postponement of It It did neither The editor will vote his sediments and he hopes the readers of paper will do likewise aAThe blackberry crop turned out to be fine and the good women have put up many gallons of jam for next winter Blackberries have been called the poor mans crop but if we were as wealthy as the Goulds we wouldnt give a jar ot good hqmemade jam for a II the knick knacks tind other demphool dehcateEfian to be found up dontoStill Better Mail Servtce The Climax learns that the railway mail service will soon be augmented hy the immense sixtyfoot cats on the through trains from Cincinnati to Knoxville and the South This means that special crews will be placed there in to handle the mails more quickly snd will alto make quicker connections at prominent points The sixty foot cars can hold a crow of nine men and are the largest in the service Church Duties Neglected Say I wish you would remind the people that union services are held in Richmond said a prominent church worker to the Climax man Monday morning He tells us that attend ance at these meeting has fallen off to such an extent that scarcely cor porals guard conic out Sunday oven ings We all agree that the weather makes attendance trying at mornings rvices but there is no excuse for psople remaining away from worship- on Sunday evening The Climax will also admit the weather is terribly hot but wo have it prettystraight that there is a still hotter place for the reception and entertainment of those who neglect their duties to the church Thq union services are very enjoable and the church should bo crowed every Sunday evening Sunday School Convention The Madison County Sunday School Association held Its annual convention in this cIty Saturday and Sunday Saturday the entire day was devoted to the work many re ports being read addresses made and other matters of importance to this great work looked after Mr W J Vaughn Kentucky held worker for the association was present and made a number of timely talks which were grcstly enjoyed and highly in structive The meetings were held at tho First Christian church on Saturday A bountiful dinner was served at noon Sunday morning services were held at the Methodist church also ia the afternoon at same place and at Christian jshnrch in evening While great good was dose by the meeting yet the at tendance was not as large as it should bav been sumab beca S 1ofUCk good if ill acIa1ckool worker will takctBtorcrtji Hi WwA fctif Ing liMtJl Ii = jl q L F M11 ofIflilO1 muchtooThese suits are brand new the very latest stylesall fashionable shades and colors as well as blacks and blues in sizes and models over to fitMany are the famous Kenton Specials the finest suits made None reserved all go everyN man For2About twentyfive Boys Long Pants Suits j fine all wool material of great durI ability but 614stade and out of style Take them for 2a suit Cheaper than overalls Bogs Knee ulls Very unusual reduction on all Boys Knee Suits with straight pants as follows a I 500 600 for 350 I 300 250 OVINCTON ANKSTHE FOR DC 1f Y Call up C W Cobb t Red House KyR for Country Country Cou- nryLardthe kindyour mother had Phone 462 Camping Party lujured As a party of Lexington people who bad been camping at Uoonesboro for a couple of weeks vcro roturning Fri day night the wagon was overturned nti rolled down a hank Mrs L J razee lonnurly of this city a chaperono was badly hurt serious spinal injuries boing feared She was taken to a Lexington hospital She is the widow of Dr 1razee formerly a prominent physician of Richmoad Best In The State The officers of the Madison County Fair Association have hadII large ping of men at work cleaning up the fairgrounds and all will soon be in readiness for tho big show This am phitheatra is the largest in the btato and we may say also tho best As one man expressed it It was built hack in thedays when people were honest and there is enough lumber there l build foveril the way building Is done these days Tie grounds have been scraped and put in Military condition while all the wcodwork has been fresh ly whitewashed The Madison Teachers Tho teachers of this closed n m Soststated in last issue there were 83 present and all took active part in the proceedings These institute are of great benefit to the teachers and result in good that could not be obtained otherwise Matters of great importance arediscussed and many plans hit upon whereby the schools are bettered lrof McDouglss work ns conductor wee hichly praiswl and the teachers aro delighted that they were able to secure his services Kennedy Boy Stanford Journal Gov Willson has ordered that at tho end of a three years term in the penitentiary Faulkner Kunnodjr of this county be released if ho docs not commit any other offense Thc Governor does not make the pardon absolute how ever hut saythat It should be void if at any time before the expira tion of his original sent ace he shall the killing of James Shnpo in the Hl1ot End Mr Kennedy baa servctC about 1J years of his is a son of Grove Kennedy Take EmUp And still the begamthrong Rich mond and sarcely a day passes that Vnuinber of these Pests do not work tlistown Every conceivable ecberue its brought to hear to secure the nick les and dins While ho ore object- ieriotislVto helping theso people yet it is a great annoyance to business men and housekeepers The latter arc eepeciallyannoyed by tho ringing of front door bells at nfl hours of the day by tramps latid cther beggars As stated in The Climax recently the officials of both town and coUnty arc altvays willing to Took after the needy sod distressed and there should be WtlndIIecus V Mrs Alone Jackson Boggaas giiar porcbsaItat h w trtl1lrUil 350 400 for 250 I for 175 3 I Many Fires loichmondElectric Storm Much thDamage Thursday night just after supper Richmondand was visited t sthution Lightning plycd all over the skies while numerous loud reports told of its striking trees and other property Just at its hehhthan elann of fro called the department to the home ofSteve Haynes tho colored mail carrier where lightning had set lire tobis barn Ho managed to save ais horse but all other contents went up in smoke The loss to Haynes is 5 cvedScarcely had the hose been reloaded into the wagon before the depart m eat was called to the store of Stanifcr Soper on Main Street From some unknown cause supposed ly lightning the large building was in thames aDd it looked for a time as if the entire block was doomed Our fire laddies however were equal to the occassion and soon had three streams playing into the building After almost an hours hard work the flames were extinguished Tho building WitS badly damaged while the immense stock of clothing gents furnishings etc was washed topsy turvoy antI almost a complete loss Their loss will reach probably 4000 with partial insurance Messrs tanifar Sopor have great sympathy in their loss as they arc among our most progressive and enterprising merchants As soon as settlement with insurance companies is made they will decide what steps theywill take as to resuming business Whilo the MainStreet lire was raging the large stock barn of Messrs John and EJ McCord near town was being destroyed lightning having set it on fire Messrs Mc Cord aro large horse dealers and had astring of tine ones being put in shape for the Blue Grass fair One was taken from the stable but broke awayand plunged back into the flames Mvo flue thoroughbreds rheIIos8 theImany Many line treus were destroyed Monday night witnef cd what threatened to to the most disastrous fins Richmond ever suffered At nine oclock the immense livery stable of Mr J W Azulll on Main street was discovered to be on fire and it was apparent that it was dooinej The fire was in the loft and in a remark ably short time the entire building was in flimes The department was ou hand quickly and many streams were soon playing on this anti adjoin ing buildings The horses were all navedaldo a few buggies but all Mr Aibells best vehicles were ia the secoirdstory and could not be saved Tim stable building extends back to Irvine street The building on Utter street occupied by the fire department was sooa destroyed as WM Also the es tablishment of Joe Tharajan used for handling hides etc Mr ThuriBaBe grocery on Main street adjoining the ktaolewas in great dMger and the hasty removal of stock of goods canted si great ross to him He tthree lhopaJlMlIJrwtiMfttc in will kw rfttuMitjt to I 2250 2000 2500 Choice for 1650J500 I 1250 now 950 1000 now 750 Out of Style Suits About 100 suits as fine as we ever sold formerly priced atI 10 to 25 Nothing wrong butthe style Choice for only And some that are soiled and shop worn for 350 I Coot Suits at 3950 Fine quality wool crash coat and pants suits no vest nice coolsummer suits off styles but great bargains Former prices 8 to 15 Choice now for 350 The pants alone are worth more 2M Bacon surance lose light at 10000 Mr Azbill carried only 2500 on stable and S500 on stock of feed Vis ss will reach 10000 Many citizens their vehicles and harness stored on the second floor of the stable anti ese losses amount to a considerable um The Kennedy Bros whose ool rooms adjoined the stable will Jose a good sum by damage by water their place being flooded by the many insurItime from business The fire department had most of its equipment in use but will lose some cart harness and a few other articles At present i he horses wagon etc are quartered at Duncans stable on Ir vine street The department Iiaabesn highly complimented upon the able manner in which they handled the fire and prevented spread ot flames The Climax office was in greater anger than any building fronting on First street The room is a yery deep one and in addition wo have a large room in the rear used as a stock room The latter is of frame though covered with iron For quite a while the office appeared doomed and preparation for rremoval wore maths Our only dam age however is in hasty handling of a large quantity of job work complete ann ready for delivery We are very thankful to those offering assistance At Olive Hill Prof McDougle is this week engaged in conducting the teachers institute at Olive Hill Carter county He has a namberof other engagements for title week enough to keep busy rest of the summer Position at Normal A special from Frankfort says the appointment ol Murray Ranev of Lex ington as superintendent of the power plant at the Eastern Kentucky Normal School and instructor manual train ing has been announced by of Public Instruction Crabbe chairman of Board of Regents Mr Runey was lecommended by Prof Paul Anderson dean on engineering and has been teaching in the Indus trial School at Lexington for the past year City Council At a meeting of tho City Council held Friday evening it was decided to abolish tho cilice of clork to the police judge This wag ordered and the two hundred dollars paid clerk with an additional one hundred added to salary of the judge Council ordered that the bondisjue plan for assisting parties in constructing sidewalks be established Quite ft number of orders in regard to the construction of sidewalks wex made and the effort of council to secur- gcod pavements in tbcity will b pushed vigorously The ordinance re establishing the office of street com missioner was passed over the Mayors veto Young Ladys Good Work The thousand and one matters pertaining to the holding of a big stoc lair generally keep several person- mighty busy if you please and those who have undertaken this task know how to sympathise with the ones upon whose shoulders the burden rests Secretary Dunn of the great Madison County Fair is fortunate to have the assistance of Miss Margaret Phelps in this work and the splendid way in which she has looked after the work has been by those who have had business with that office Always polite accurate anti accomo dating she hits made friends for th association sad Secretary Dunn Is becougrituiated in securing her eer vIces The Climax begs to call attention of ftliite M to the ftdverUiement of lllpJhMIhMh will to found 4aIb i1 Choice for To Get Together Plan For Organizing Union of Commercial Clubs Taking Definite Form A Carlisle special says That tho movement to effect the or gscwCentral Kentucky is taking definite shape is made certain by theaunoucf ment that a Bluegrass commercial club convention will be held in Lex ington about September 1 When asked al to the plans and arrange ments for the big convention Mr U M Swinford who is secretary of the CO10 movement said that in all probability the presi dent of each club the Mayor of each city and the oE each county of Centrallentllckywould bo asked to name a certain number of delegates to attend tho convention Tho cities expected to cooperate in the movement and send delegates to the big convention arci Lexington Carlisle Millersburg Cynthlaha Georgetown Frankfort Versailles Midway Lawroaccsbtirg Harroda burt Danville Junction City Stanford BeattyvUle Lancaster Richmond Irvine Winchester Mt toning Jackson Salt Lick Clay City Morehead Flemingsburg Corinth WHHamsburg Somerset GreensburgLLebanon Shelbyvlllc Christtanburg Eminence Nichdlasville Qwenton Wilmore and Owings Vl one of the greatest of the kind ever hifieCommercial club organizations It is thought that the lIon G Grosvenor director of the Southern Commercial Congress of Washington D C will address the convention Falland Winter Opening If you are particular about the kind of clothes you wear be ute to visit the Fall and Winter Opening of our Tail oring Department on Monday and Tuesday August lath awl 17th Tho representative of the GriSIou Tailoring Co Baltimore will bo with us The Grillon Tailoring Company do not send out men who aro more order takers bus Expert Gutters and Tailors who theecutseonlyestyle clothes of distinction clothes of quality and wearII over the newest correct shades and styles of forelgn arid domestic fabrics and we will be ready to take your measure for a good Fall Suit Overcoat or extra Tronseis de antisE V Elder- Rlchl11ond Ky rAI 1Games Monday IGtlw Tuesday 17th Lcxingtono Friday Ofci Saturday 21st lbyvillEfI 1L50 W S 0DiedMoouuMrsMary MgQre died at her inKJUlyMoore before her marriage was a Miss Bradatotter and was born and raised in Tennessee she was 79 years of age and had been a great sufferer for rnaay months before her death She bore her sufferings meekly and patiently and often told her children at her bed ide that she wanted to go home she- antad to meet her Lord She is survived by her entire family of children but one son James who preceded her- ot tho grave some time ago also a number of grandchildren and great Xraudchildian She had made her home with her children since the death of her husband which occurred many months ago Since early in life te had been a devoted member of the ld Baptist oliurch The funeral services wore conducted at liar home on Sunday afternoon by Rev J JNCnlton alter which her remains were laid to rest in the family buryingground allWliyOur loved ones are by Jesus called And oor the water borne Bosun After a lonl illness Mrs Josaphino Boner dicdat her home in Garrard county last week She was in her sixtysixth year and was widely known in this county She was an aunt of Mrs Sam Deathorage of Richmond and had other relatives in tha county The remains were intetred at Lancaster Mrs Boner before her marriage was a Miss West of Dnville and comes from one of the oldest and largest families in Central Kentucky RnrmrTMr J S Rcppert who resided in Richmond many years ago ied at his home in Rockcastle county ast week He is well remembered by older citizens of the town and county Mr Eeppert was the first man arrested ii Madison during the war as a South sympathizer T1B6ys SuitsLong Pants 0Ages 15 to 20 years Fine stylish suits all our newest at these bargain prices t500for975 1000 for 750 II For5About fifty Boys Long Pants Suits best material and workmanship sizes 16 to 20 years not the latest styles regular prices JO to 5choice now for onlyh 51 Great for school or everyday wear C 1I BSTORE QUALITY Pardoned nedyI Superintendent bighlycomplimented Sharpsburg I The Schlegei Studio Portraits Views and Enlarging Special attention to Amatuer Work Call and see us j Respectfully McGaughey Moberley Stung Some time ago several Richmond merchants Joiued a collecting agency that is they put up some hardearned dollars and wore to be given the privilege of having all their bad debts collected One of these merchants told The Climax man that he did get a small debt In this way but the plan was a failure This goes to show that it is wise to turn down the smoothtongued stranger who comes to you with his golden opportunities If you cant collect a debt give it to a home lawyer To Mammoth Cave August 25th on regular trains last for tho season 126 3 for n three days rip Includes Railroad fare Board at hotel and the several routes through tho cave from all Stations on the Cincinnati and Knoxville divisons Ten days limit en Tickets See L N Agent 2 Call for rids Bids will be open on Monday noon August 16th 1009 for the construction of a fire department headquarters and the erection of fire tower according to plans and specifications lodjrdd with City Clerk A B Paris at the State Bank and Trust Company TJ JlIcKce- Emil Leriech Committee Public lIB I will sell at public sale at 10 oclock a m o- nWednesday Aug 18 09 two dwelling house and lots on west side of Irvineetreetand Iluur Milo Boat near fair erounds These houses ant lots are known as the Emory property and lots are each 100 feet front by 2tkt ocenpijbyDoty colored Thoy are well waters outbuiidineThethen as a whole and the best price will opportunity ty is now paying 20 per cent to tbr will be made known on day of sale For furraer particulars call on 01 addressLong Tom Chtnault Auct Richmond Ky For Rent A nice seven room icsidence on North Street large yard and garden Possession at once Mrs J II NeLL Porch and Lawn Furniture THIS IS THE WEATHER WHEN YOU WILL APPREOIATEACOOLSEATONTHEPOROll I WE ARE OFFERING EXCE P T ON AD VALUES JN PORCH AND LAWN ETJRN 1 TURE J rvv 1 3 S 1 LtJ MAN and HOGGINS 1 HOME FURNISHERStWare HeadqriMnrters for sewing Machine Supplies for all Machines LtIifrn t0 Lc Ti TT Er JT4Hf111IIIi r D 1 4 D11 p JaStoufferClothing and Tailoring in Richmond S Harvest Season is here when in need joCa machine dont forget that J we handle the 4 I I Ileerifig Binders r and Mowers r 1 the machine noted for its light draft and durability Tfoodoc Curtis J J George English 1 I rill PLUMBINGS l lDoctorforlj Gas and Gasoline Mngines 1 Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works l for country and suburban homes H 210 E Main Street Phone 619 RICHMOND j K l TUCKYl 0 HOW3S1HIS Best Beatt- yvilleCOAL aTont2000 Pounds busheln5 w l Marber Coal Company TELKPHONE S15 Third Strewt opposito L A Depot RICHMOND KY Blue Grass Fair Lexington Ky August 914 6H BIG DAYS AND NIGHTST- he and Best In the South f 25000 i IN PREMIUMS Ike Best Horse Show in America S kwdii Display of Every Class of Live i1000Saddle Horse StaeE- xcelleut Automobile Racing MoJayAig9- mg c1asstutRace DIy TlMxceUed Program of A nsemeat and CaralyM AMrcliMM 1OBit Free Acts Dy1OTs- rawIC kzli JOTOTT aaouec1Jf It r rjrcl- P t o J Sterling Clothes ARE THE CLOTHES I Bcnqh Tailored Ready to SWear Guaranteed not tb Shrink or Fade t 0 years experience the factory guarantee in suits alls zes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from t Fine Line New Style Hatsand burnishing Goods Suit Gases Trunks Umbrellas eteat lowest prices for class goofls highI Oldest Established House and MCORPORATED Bluest Steffc BEST 6 I Best Stomach Remedy Free It h an old saying that if the stom safe1becauseproper working of the stomach Many persons find themselves with a dis produces biliousnessIt frtnn both stomach trouble nnd conoUixttUiu you nro on tho way to avery Kcrhww Uteeane From jUllt such con rlieumattsnikn ImveMoenthobloodcuUmrUctablotharm than goon but a gentle laxative Pepstnwhich centurlenelitnndlng thotrou1JleHowever It you have stomach trouble you want to know from personal experience what Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin will do for you If so send your name wlUbowt1beell s Syrup Pepsin Then you will do as yeargctoat cents or according to the size you We could mention hundreds nnd hundreds of families who nre Jievar without it You can never tell when some laxafivetaking Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or It you want any medical advice write to the doctor nnd be will answer you fully There is no charge for this service Tho address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwcll bIdg Montlcallo Ill STOCKTON HAGAN If you are going to1 sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worthy geti J W Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands I The JfortbvroKteru Mutual Lifo Iti auranco Go will loan money at C per cent interest on good finprovod farm lands on Mtgage- Appy to J Co Chenanlt Atty C9tf Richmond Ky Mm listilate Richmond Ky he Sctool OD tie Sill Next Session Opens Sept 14 For Catalog Write J B Cassiday Richmond Kentucky Resumed Business Havtabeeri out of the painting anti paper business for about four years have decided to agaia resume ibis class of work anct use this method to ask a share of your patronage guarantee ing first class work in every respect The people otRichmood an J Mad lsop county are familiar with my work snch ftS paper hangijifr painting var nishhiK tlc I shall take great plessue ta mkln eStimates on any work you nut desire in this line ni matter how small th job Keep splendid Une of wall ppet from irhlci to select Tlikheg you for iClavQt8 and YQUrfiMISJteUelly WMiotIiIi i 2 lU w i Lv l u You May NeedltjAsk your doctor nbout the AyersCherry croupbronchitis right then get a bottle of it at once Why not shown little foresight 5h such matters Early treatment early cure wo publish our formula We btnllh alcohol A from our vdioins ou1It stupidItor will tell you that an occasional dose agreatdealMad b7 the J O JLjtr Co tawtlU If MS AUTOMBILE RACING DrIvers of National Repute to RIsk Lives at Blue Grass Fair It stems altogether fitting that the greatest horso fair In tho World should show Its aimrocltttlbn of tho Import ance of nut most marvelous mechan ical Invention of tho ago Tho Uliia Qra a Fnlr at Lexington will glvr up UB opening day Aug 9th to a superior program or automobile racing There is no other form of racing so thrilling to the spectator BO Intensely Interesting or Indeed so dan gerous as Is automobile racing an a clrcnlar trncc When a giant car Is speeding around the turns at a rate of bettor than a mile a minute any slip of a cog any accident to onglno or to tire Is apt to bring about very ills astrous results Such a program of races has boon provided for Automobile nay at the Dlue Grass Pair that tho attojidadco of the most famous drivers In America Is assured and It is well within prob ability to prophesy that many records for various distances over circular tracks will bo broken during that afternoon of sport Not only will abundant events be provided for thoso drivers of national repute and not only will stirring ex hibitions against time be witnessed but thore will also be included in the program events for local cars which are becoming numerous throughout Central Kentucky so as to allow every opportunity to prove tho comparative merits of cars owned in different parts of the state The Blue Grass Fair was responsi ble for a marked Innovation among fairs when it put an Automobile Day on Its program last your The result of tho experiment was so successful the evidences of interest on tho part of the public so real the attendance so large and the demand for a repetition so great that there was no hesitancy to provide an AutomoWle Day for this years fair and with the Increased pre miums which will be offered and tho larger number of drivers who have already pledged themselves to compete title dn118 certain to prove even more successful than was tho Automobile Day of the IMS fair GREAT POULTRY EXHIBIT The Blue Grass Fair Will Have1 Them All Topped In This Line At no other fair over held In Ken tucky have tho condltians for tho poul try exhibit bees made so attractive as for the WR flies Grass Pair which comes at Lexington the week of Aug 9th to 14th this year Bntranco fees which have heretofore been required nt practically all poultry shows have been abq1J bed by tho management of the Blue Grass Fair who In their lib erality anil their desire to encourage the best possible exhibition have bee willing to do away with this source of revenue Several years ago the nso elation constructed a complete and up U dato house for the holding of Its poultry show n house where every convenience can be had by exhibitors whore tho poultry can be displayed to tho very boat advantage not only aro nil kinds of chickens cared for in tho premium list hut thoro are also classes for ducks geese turkeys and pigeons a total of 266 rings to the department The show will be under the manage ment of a committee composed of Messrs O R Williamson E B Wrenn and F Ik Smith all of whom are prom inent members of the Ditto Grass Foul try and Pot Stock Association and who are exerting their very best efforts to make the poultry show at the DIm Grass Fair tho best ever seen In tho state FORTHE LITTLE ONES Especially Attractive Provision For Children at Blue Grass Fair There will bo especially attractive provision for children at the big flint Grass Fair this year On Saturday August 14th the closing day tho ad mission Zoo for children between the ages of six and twelve which is gen orally twentyfive cents will be reduced to fifteen cents and among the children who attend on that day two Shetland ponies will be given away absolutely free- Furthermore tho classes for Shetland ponies which are always a great attraction for tho young folks will be shewn on Saturday afternoon and there wilt be other features that wit ccrre to interest and attract and en tertain the children which will not obtain during the other days of the fair make the show On Saturday afternoon Omos tho crowning show program of the week non the champion ships in all the horse classes will he contested Taken as a whole this 1s tho best and most complete show program ever offered by a fair In the south One Judge System As in previous years the one Judge system will be used for all classes save the championships for horses when three judges chosen from the regular list of horse Judges of the fall will be used In cad class The catalog of the Blue Grass Pair Is well worthy of careful Inspection Thousands of copies have been mane stateSbutcopy and who desires one will secure same promptly npon request to Secre tary Jouett Shouse at Lexington Most disfiguring skin eruptions rerofula pimples raster co are ciflitttrsisMakes you cleareyed clearbraliled cIllr Tim rail Laveroads granted a re gretItichnioud Itching pileR provoke psofanitr tlreztDoaflibI l f 7t iC a rPIl JIJ r COLLIE DOGS ATTHE STATE rAJR An Exhibit That Should Appeal t3 Profjrcis1vc Farmers The collfbjiog exhibit frompreacnt Indications wilt hip nigger and more attractive than ever before The num ber of prize rings have been Increased and the premiums aro more liberal than last years show U vill be held under the rules ot tho American Kennel dub and fid four points are to be galndd by owners toward ft champion ship medal It is confidently expected that there will bo a number of high class exhibits front the eastern and northern states and it is not at all unlikely that some of the most cele brated kennels in tho United States will be represented at flits show Tho exhibit will bd Conducted under the auspices of tho Kentucky State Fair Collie club which Includes In its momS bership the most prominent faille fanciers in the state and gentlemen who are quite prominent in business and social affairs The club officers aro Judge Goo Dultolie president prcsldentVGood Joseph Burgc W It Giitner W R Moorman Jr members of the exe cutlvo commtttee A number of special prizes have been secured and altogether the prospects are quite flat tering Tho collie has come to be recognized as a farmers dog and for this reason this show should appeal to every progressive farmer in the Commonwealth For many years past tho dog show has been ono of the very best attractions of the State Fair This year with an increased number of dog and a greatly Increased Interest in the show It should be better than ever SOME FINE FEATURES Special Nights at the Kentucky State Fall Mr A B Ltpccomb president of the Louisville advertisers blub will be at the head of the special nights program Mr Lipscomb is ambitious to make the special night features a greater attraction than at any previ ous fair and with the addition of tin night horse show which has proved such a popular attraction at all of the loading State Fairs and Hippodrome performances In tim pavilion there Is little doubt that his hopes will bo realized Associated with him are the following Influental and enterprising gentlemen each of whom will strive to make his night the best Prof E II Mark of the Louisville public schools who will be chairman Monday night designed as school childrens night Mr Louis Seelbach chairman Tues day night which has been named Ger manAmerican night John nochtcn watt president of tho Louisville fedor atlon ot labor chairman Wednesday night labor night Col W B Haldc roan commander of tile first Kentucky regiment chairman mlltary night Thursday night John J Barry chair man Irish Artielean night Friday night J E Dorland chairman fare well night Saturday night Saturday should be an entertaining day to the children as tho Shetland pony classes will all be oxhlbltgdand to the general public on account of the horse championships being awarded that day MACHINERY EXHIBITS Plenty of Space For Such Displays at Kentucky State Fair Applications for space in the ma chinery department are being received doily at tho Stat Fair ofllcos The importance and magnitude of exhibit in this department ira growing every year While the same advantages nrc not offered to exhibitors as arc given them by oldiir institution in the way of machinery halls Ito wih Lo plenty of space in ono of tho mom ccn vonlently located parts of tho grounds for exhibits of this nature and every other facility and accomodotion will be at their disposal Among those who have signified their intentions of making displays at the Fall this yeai are manufacturers of engines pumps stock scale fences mills road ma chines vehicles harvesting machines haying machines planters plows and everything ia the way pt modern upto date machinery and farming utensils Tho farmer who would keep abreast of the times must necessarily be Instructed in the use of better methods of farming ind the use of improved and labor saving machinery jon the farm and can find no stronger object lesson than nt an exhibition of this kind AN INNOVATION Hereford Sale at the Kentucky State Fair For the first time at the Kentucky State Fair there will be held a public sale of registered Hereford cattle on Thursday Sept 16th 1909 This sale will be made up of some of the best cattle owned by Kentucky Hereford breeders and something like fifty head will be offered If this sale is a success as is confidently oelleved it will be in the future public sales of other breeds of cattle wilt probably be hold as well as registered sheep and hogs Any far mer wanting foundation stock of Herfc fords would do well Vj be on hand a this galo as tho cattlo will be sold irrespective of price to tho highest bidder For catalog entry blank or other Information write J TV Newman Secretary 320 1aut Jones Building Louisville Ky Asthma And Hay Fevar Will Vanish Everybody knows that Hyomei cures catnrrh But there are man sufferers from asthma and hay fever who dont kpow that Hyomei will give them instant relief and if used regularly permanent cure lint B Middleton knows so well what Hyomei wjll do that he guaran tees It to euro nwrh hay fever and asthma Surely Its worth a trial on that basis and why people continuo to choke and wheeze and Iplt and hawk and snuffle when Il certain euro is at hand ia beyond the comprehension human intelligence When you breathe Hyomei deep n to your lungs you breathe exactjy the same pleasant balmy aIr that you vould breathe in the forests of ana eucalyptus of inland AustiithDoctoring and remedies never helped my hay fever till T used Hyomei It gave me great relief nod boa my endorsement Louis A Grobci FlIRt Mich onlyioollyomci outfit consists of a bottle of Hyomer a hard rnbbar inhaler medi cine dropper nail full Instructions for use Just It in and got im mediate relief Sold by B L Middle ton a- ugMIOaNA Cures indigestion iiiib XI WOra BKM lACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them on an absolute guarantee df satisfaction Prices Always lowest For Sale- A No1 carriage In good condition practically now for sale cheap Also a two seat trap which may likewise bo bought at a oargain May be seen at Richmond Motor Plumbing Co- If A C Sca- nlanWllBoIt n Generi Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For Firnclu ochi Arc Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street LIGHTANATOM iivery round VlaNoiItlk mlIlK River WALL We have added busi ness a Jiue Wall Paper sisting the 3 and Most Up ITQ Date from 5cts a bolt We practical this line work and will pleased have you oiII and got prices Estimates furnishedfor any sort interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First It is cheapest in the long run to get the best- We the very b- estConcrete WorkGive your order and you will well pleased and thoro satisfied K Stone Phone 4- 32Far1eyMarcb now selling HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big bargains The Model School OPENS Tuesday September 7 1909 With a Strong Faculty all Departments High School University trained teachers experienced training j oung people for col lege entrance a well equipped library extensive laboratories for Science work new buildings well ventillated heated and lighted athletic field and gymnasium under care Chicago University man Shorthand Typewriting and Bookkeeping by a practical commercial teacher Primary and intermediate grades under competent and experienced teachers the closest attention mid most thorough supervision given cliildoen placed care For terms and other information call or dress f The Model SchoolRICHMOND r IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS 1 CORREcr ICALLY Rt TRVDE SMITHSONIANMARK i yct TRUSS HOLDS ANY- WPCSITION sr i t x2 tkt8CSfl1rJcAiiAn We make FittingTrusses t Perry and Thomas SUMMER RATES via coATLANTIC CITYTHURSDAY AUGUST 19th B1GOO ROUND TRIP j 1600I I NEW YORK ailralK day trip 28 and O D S Co 30Golnz Rail and OCftAA R Lake andI ftll 3245 PAPER to our of con of Latest Patterns pp are in of be to our of st always do us be ly are in 11 In in of t are to in our on ad KENTUCKY 0 j X IN a I 11Ooin through XW Yo1t with Mapteta I A 2L r14tI yIUK11t 3735 ITeMa125Ol Very cheap rtes to AtieMle City a4 MI 8iJUftor sale eIeIly SummerTemhM4ee aM pilailpal oIadl Yah a- dMly For hill iafemM eelLe drelG W BRNLYD PA TieMQSME K1r d I L FairIFafc KY Wednesday L Aug J8 A C SCANLAN President Tj CURTIS Vice President J K McKINNEY VJ rc rtdent ThursdayAug H C Solicits the of tho Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or write FridayI LjYs 3Liberal Premiums Fine Music FLORAL HALL BIOTY SURVEYOR Patronage Union City Ky David Dunn Secfy New Method Teeth Ext without PAIN Dr Hobson Richmond Ky TO CLOSE OUT A CAR WE OFFER 50000 Tobacco Sticks AT 475 per Thousand CASH None charged at this price ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L A Depot IlTODD 8NjContractors and Builders t I J iWill furnish plans and complete any of a home or l I business house you may desire All work guaran 1 to be the best that skilled labor can produce t 1Iso make a specialty of repair work of aIr kinds If 1 you contemplate building it will be to your advan 1 to see us- I 1tage 1 TODD SONl l The selection of the graduation gift for the Sweet Gir Graduate can best be made here We have a splendid as sortment of small Gold Jewelry Watches Chains Bracelets Lockets Necklaces All of the very best and of the charac te that will give mutual pleasure to both the recipient and the purchaser All spe ially priced for this occasion Your examination is respectfully solicited L E LANED P AnneJs OW StandMain Street The Burton Water System Water WorksF- or Country Homes Br our Pneumatic Water System water is forced am where in house stable or yard for all domestic purposes and for fire protection Cool water in summer and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank underground no freezing or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic In action Air pressure ecacrated by hand pump windmill or engine Sold oa 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas st Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our indiridml water works plants are in use We hue maui letters from thes satisfied men and hue published about fits ot them ia book form It makes a beck ot strong personal opinkn a copy free Costs rsOO and up sccordiaz moron retirements Write for full par dculaziCCABTJRTON SUPPLY COMPANY A Iia4itT The latest best and cheapest plant for storing water under pressure nlwajs reliable pure and safe Can be put lnbwjur eeU and operated by hand malar susoline enine mlUantl is the latest and best Woer upply system This system t ir I farms xmn ry h ni r places and can be da place condition or put lui L These systems are the very best If you want tout up your place modem and have all thafj latest Improvements Splenaja for fireprotect roar prapertjv Get a Burton System on ouc place and have baths all Uid comforts ofa city homeThg cost 1 SlInhtthr benefits greats This cutcthowtf clnternanaP bandpauau iII S klBy tir D oat IStI 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