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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h eif b TIhLIE3 RICHMOND CLIMAX t VOLUME 361 TI RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 18 1909 NUMBER Il he Right Way to get good work is datetROWERSPorch and Lawn Furniture M ike your porch a summer parlor The cost is little the P xisure great Let us fit up one for you We have rock oldhiekoryhammocks Porch rugs in all sizes We quote a few for your consideration Old Rickory Aarm Chair reg price 9 special 350 ct 225Bvu W 250 special 150 CRE X- ZhealfostDesirablePorch Rug Made i q8xlOfixalt rt i t rV 4 00 46X76cc fU c u 250 3x6c is c jig 1 is= h t CIT E3rverMA- IN ar Co AND BROADWAy LEXINGTON KY When in Need of jJaS eon or Concrete MATERIAL SEE BURNSIOE ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND We also handle all kinds of FeedIr We Sell- May Manton- r Patternst 10t Each Additional Reward I now offer 100 reward for return of the two mules taken from Bean JulyOne14 hands high other brpwnjnare mule 14 hands high Both broke LW Lamb MalloryEpting- sNovel ICyr Type perIcctJylovelyShe was very small and dark and very active with hair like the color of 8 oclock daylight and darkness and lamplight all snaroct up together and lips all crude scarlet and eyes as Jib sUrdedly biand round as a childs goodbye kiss How do you like it Would a girl who ausweredthat description be worth shucks in every day experience Take Notice- If you are nil run down Foley Kidney Remedy will help you as it strengthens the kidneys so they will eliminate the impurities from the blood that depress the nerves and cause exhaustion backache rheumatism and urinary Singularities which sap the vitality oDo not delay and risk having Brights disease or dia bates Take 1oleys Kidney Remedy as it is healing and antiseptic and will restore health and strength Re fuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son aim Uncle Sams Mistake There is no reason why the govern ment should engage in any line of business that comes into direct compe tition with private ititerfst There is no more reason why the government should furnish envelopes with the tee ular return card printed thereon practically at cost than it should sell shoes on the sain basis to the con suiting public The way to discourage this sort of business is for the local merchant and busmen man to buy at home Most assuredly he would regis ter a big kick were the government to- go into business in competition with his line Fully Guaranteed It is satisfactory to know that any article rurchased is fully guaranteed by tho compaISuch is the caso with et is sold by Mrs S A Deatherago who will be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable and comfortable as Mrs Deatherage is prepared to fit a ly size ft Phon 412 w P BAXTER Low Railroad Rates On account of Knox County fair tickets will be solo Richmond to Bar uonraville and return Aunt 181920 good returning Aug 2lT 278 for the tripOn of Parks Hill Assembly tickets will be sold Richmond to P irks Uiil and return Aug 6th to loth inclu sive Rood returning Aug 10 lil 83 br the round trip Oa Suuday Aug lath will be a pedal train leaving Rich mond 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 212E2C27 good returning Aug 2Jli 85 ioi tho round trip On A lilt 2525th there will be a special traiu leaving Rich mond GOOn in reluming leAvingLon don 445 p in For further information cell on or address J W Hamilton tf Agent Switches and puffs made to order Stock on hand to select from I also have in stock triangles chignons in fact everything in bairdresslng Iguar antce to restore gray hair to its original color Coll and see me at 121 Walnut St Mrs Alice Harper I buy hair stud combings and clippings Stnjj Failing to Get Married We haveit from a reliable dentist that some girls fall to get married be cause their teeth need fixing Nebras kl JournalWe it from an equally trust worthy barber that some men fail to marry because they dont get shaved 1Weble source that some people dont get married because the otne party to the proposed contract wont agree to it Indianapolis News We have it from an Elizabethtown girl that some girls dont get married because they dont care to support a cheap man tor the restof their natural lives Elizisethtown News And we have it from a beautiful little Miss that she turn down pro posals because she is making a pretty good living and dont care to under take the support of two people This would be unusal news if men and women would keep them selves tree froal rheumatism and nIl aches and pains as well as keeping their muscles and joints limber with Mallards Snow Liniment Sold by Perry C Thomas 1In A Bad Way Many a Richmond Reader Will Feel Grateful For This Information When your back gives out achingWhoa wayDoanjsHere is a good evidence to prove it Elbridgo G Evans Depot St j Nicholasvillc Ky says From ex perience with Doans Kidney Pills It 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 troublu for some time My back ached intensely and 1 had a soreness across my kid neys that made it hard for me to move about My bladder seemed to be affected is the kidney sccreions were too frequent in passage at times while at others there was a complete usIngDoanstidal effect was noticeable from the first I was soon entirely cured and for that reason am glad to give this remedy myendorsement For sale bynil dealers Price CompanyBuffalo the United States- Remember the namcDoanVand take no other austni Cant Worry This Editor We aint worried none singinrully about whut people thinks of us an we dont usually take np none of our time in explainiu nothin we didnt do th duck thats agoin anywhere in this here world dont want to explain noth fug to nobody But ithasbeen said by some one soiTerinwuh a bad runnin of the mouth that our trouble within to convert him to Christianity an wo ar anxious ter explam thet quite the opposite h th case we told him we would liko to see him go an it wasnt Maven Women May Go to Congress The women of Colorado are to make a stubborn effor to send one of their sex to Congress two years hence Such was the announcement made to the delegates from the International Council of Women by one who spokes for tho womens associations in theState Of course it is difficult to toll whether we will be successful in our efforts or notl aaid Mrs Wright former member of the State Legislature but we are look ing forward to landing a vromirn in the halls ol Congress and we are going to make a determined trial Very Dest Granulated Sugar 17 pounds for 1 Jaa B Park First St tf Spealc A Cheerful Word Did yotuevergo out in the morning witha heart so depressed and sad dened that a pall seemed spread ovti all the world But on meeting some friend who spoke cheerful for a minute or two if only upon indifferent matters you have felt yourself wonderfully lightened Even a child dropping iu to your house ou an errand has brought in n ray of sunshine which did not de part when he went his way again It is choerfulIown over and those who live in palaces ate riot exempt and good Words to tnch hearts are like apples of gold in pic tures of silver Even strangers we meet causally by the way in tho travelers waiting room are unconsciously Influenced by the tone we use It is the one with pleasant words on his lips to whom the stranger in a strange land turns for advicff and directions Take it as a compliment if some wayfarer comes to you to direct him which street or which train to take your manner has struck him as belonging to one he can trust It is hard sometimes to speak iv pleasant word when the shadows rest on our hearts but noth ing will tend more to lighten our spirits than doing it When you have no opportunity to speak a cheering word you can often send a full beam of sunshine into the heart of some sorrowing friend bv writing a good warmhearted lattereThe best remedy we know of in all cases of Kidney and Bladder trouble and theone we always can recommend is DeWilts Kidney and Blad der rills They are antiseptic and at ojice assist the kidneys to perform their important work But when you ask fr these pills bo positive that you get Dewitts Kidney and Bladder rills There are imitations placed upon sale to deceive you Got DeWitts Insist upon them and if your dealer caenot supply you refuse anything else in place of them Sold by all druggist anglm For Sale For wall paper see B Jnott Son They sell it and hang it at reasonable prices You dont havo to wait i they tiara it in stock Phone 119 tt Moved To rooms over Stanifer Iud Sopers formerly occupied by McGaugbey R E Million dt Dentist The Wrong Way is to buy ar lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone WALL PAPER FOR You AND YOUR WIFE A cheerful pretty bedroom will help you tostart iX your day in a cheerful pleasant mood Its a haven of rest for you to come back to atv night And all day long it is a pleasure to your wife To make a pretty bedroom it is more important to have I tastefulfurniturCthatharmOnizestbnnfumiturethatmerelYjL e t two straight back chairs to match Ii mirror five foot bight fscrewed on to a closet door asofa upholstered cretonne a jshirtwnist box covered with the same and the cretonne w repeated in hangings nt the window over white muslin curtains a light colored rug on the floorall this does tnot cost very much if you buy from w and makes a pretty e it room Come in and talk it over f rDont forget to get a STEARNS FosTERmattress t4NoMade in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 prc Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed superior to any s other adrer4uedmaarera We sell it on 60 nights trial t If you can pint with it at the end of that time we i teturn your money without question or comment wiUJJ tiN OLDHAffl and LACKEY Day Phone 76 1Nightty l THE HIISTLINB CASH STORE 30 Days Reduced Prices We Seil May Ma ton Patterns IOc Each Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our store front we find ourselves with entirely j too many spring goods to carry over Therefore for the next thirty days we will offer our customers j J E traordinarYLt y s 4 El t alues21 r i = c f I t f NTL i f- v c iri brderl to reduce our surplus stock We are one house which alwayshas done are now doing andato do business on theJix fitfJfJTIjr principle of telling the truth about our merchandise and giving our patrons the most and the best for their money It has been our greatest t r J i f desire to have our friends buy from us without any fear misrepresentation on our part and to command greater volume of business by tc tabsoIntel honest methods living up to what we say either in advertising or otherwise We now tell you that you can buy anything in summer goods in our store at reduced prices and we ask you to come and see ifs is true before passing judgment We will not name 1 r Imany 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 wear Goods WaistS Suits Skirts etc We have knifed to the bottom all mens light weightclothes rails about chapwe will sur = lv10e pri eyOU bY offeringsuitsfm 08 up n f r YOURSC JVERY RESPECTFULLY IT i j 5 ML I LTCN BROS 1 o r 4q irc t B tJ 4 I JmtC 1 tI i 2t t4 f 7 COR MAIN qOT IST tii fRICH vIc Ml 1 i 4f 1 t Keep Cool qnaoh1fortabl By XI earingI t 1 iIIUnSInlI 4 ti I Union i 4 Suits t The very nicest underwear you can buy Is7 the most economical They are perfect fit ting fine quality light weight noniritating oand nonchaffing e Once you wear the I t- t Munsing Underwear you will always wear it PRICES RANGE FROM v t SOc tCK SlSO t OWEN I MoKee tJ The Richmond Climax TIlE MiXPRi iNG CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor I L PRESS and fBICE flOO PER YEAR r IN ADVANCE i WEDNESDAY AUG 18 1909 A man is either crooked or ho is i square there is no middle ground j A man is either a hypocrite or he is honestthere is no point of com ti promise In this as in every other 1community there are those who think that they may be able to get byto use a spprting termwIth out effort or by means of dishonesty Some of them boast of the things they have been able to put over by dishonest methods but we have yet to find one of these boasters who is successful in any sense of the term either financially or otherwise It wore bettei to be poor all your life and honestly poor than to have bad credit with the grocer It is better to own a bicycle than an automobile if you can honestly support the = former and not the latter We arc r all the most honest of us given to too much pretense Mrs Smith is afraid that Mrs Jones will fear that Mr Smiths income is not equal to that of Mr Jones and just to show that it is Mrs Smith spends a little more on a gown or a summer vacation or on a party than she can afford to spend and Mis Jones un daunted proceeds to go her one better Thud some day the blase world in 4which the Jones and Smith families revolve in precise orbits is startled for a dayor two by the announce ment in the newspapers that Mr Jones or Mr Smith has confessed that he is guilty of embezzling few thousand dollars from the firm that employs him Then there is the disgrace of the publicity the trouble of buying off people and occasionally the terrible ailront of finding somebody that can net be bought off nor cajoled offand the necessity for removal to a new city while the husband is either living down the disgraceif he have cnongh pull to get out of stenceor the publicity of tRe- t thing if he have not for whatever other punishment may happen the one sure punishment if the crime be great enough is that of newspaper publicity Sometimes the family of a poor misguided wretch who is in trouble for the first time with the police newsrtunlty to live a better life There is no question of pull in this But the newspaper editor looks into the merits of the case always with his heart warmed and his brain pro jndiced in favor of the erring one and unless the case as represented to him is palpably false and the offense is riot too great the veil of charity as F far as the newspaper man is conI cerned is cast about the erring one For whatever he may be in private life the newspaper man remembers that the greatest of all is charity But there should not be in the life of anybody who is in the public or semipublic service any excuse for the exorcise of maudlin sympathy over the wilfully vicious or criminal If a criminal be of sufficient shrewd ness it is absolutely certain that he will be able to govern certain avenues of iaflaence either financial or legal ant that he will bo able to make a considerable showing against right endeavor however deep may be his own guilt and will be supported in hypocriticallyikttii ttiiiutyiik M tf9 iff the it t WM lI Madison county or those whose duty it is to enforce itis to deter mine that the law knows no favorites and that the guilty must be punished regardless of political financial or personal influence and regardless of all pressure that may be brought to thus shall we have a right eous and lawatidlng community only thus shall we be able to point with pride to the city and the county as free from the disgraceful condi tions that beset some other communities and only thus shall we be able to rise up unafraid and say to all the state Here Isa community that believes in itself OF course everybody is out of town now except the people who arc here and who constitute the vast majority It is too bad that every bodycannot have a suitable period of recreation every year but there are many men and women who attain three score and ten years who never have had a genuine vacation the necessity to keep employed prevent ing that IF the average man were accustomed to buy his coal at the same time that he departed on his summer vacation there would not be many summer vacations KING EmvAitD is said to have won recently a million dollars on United States steel stock He probably now feels sure of his winter coal supply TilE man who invents a musIcalI lawnmower one guaranteed earlymorning ballads will confer a blessing on latesleeping humanIty TUB fact that they cant take wealth with them when they die doesnt worry those who havent any to take Reports from the lakes say that the bass are biting about as well as usual and the mosquitoes a little better WUEN tempted to reform somc thing take a look over your own record and the fit will pass harmlessly off TilE new geographies will include in their lists of industries in America joy riding A correspondent asks what a di vorced woman must do in this state before she can remarry It is usually necessary to find a man who is willing TilE peach crop in the north is said to be the greatest in years Maybe now some use will be found for those hats THE Payne bill is so called because it affects a good many people that way THINK of a circusless summer Yet we are living through it fairly well mAT noIse you heard last night was the cost of livnig falling A flower in the sick room is worth two on the grave +Personals + r J A Crulcher and family are at French Lick Miss Mary Millerhas returned from LancasterMr and family visited iai Lexington last week Miss Bessie Parks has been visiting relatives in Lexington daysIlast MissNorm GiunchigliaRi has been visiting in Lexington MIss Norval Duerson was a visitor at the Lexington fair Friday MirtCfctlid Adates at L crtr t t klllr frIa- a kMb wwrc1tiiii4 j a week at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs M D Coffield of Birdsville is visiting relatives at Kingston Mrs M S Jasper of Danville is visiting her son Dr II C Jasper Mrs J A Stevens and daughter Regina are sojourning at Wildcc Mrs Robert C Boggt has been visit ing relatives in North Middletown Miss Margaret Phelps went to Lexington Wednesday to enjoy the Blue Grass Fair Mrs Elmer Tate went to Crab Orchard Springs Saturday to spend a few days Miss Elizabeth Ulanton returned Monday from a visit to relatives in Ashland Miss Louise Kauffman of Lanca ter is the guest of Mr John Gree leaf i and family- MisaltlaymeKelIar of Cincinnati is visiting Misses Mary Conwayand Mattie Elder Miss Elizabeth Faris this county is visiting Miss Fans Feland of SharpsburgMrs Denny and daughter Of Lancaster have been visiting relatives here Mrs M C Kellogg and children spent last week with Mrs R C Mor gan in Lexington- Mr Elmer Dcatherago and family 1re at home from Crab Orchard Springs and Lexington Mrs Layton who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Joe Boggs has returned to Cincinnati Mrs T T Covington Mrs Carl Grant and Mrs Joe Chenault were in Lexington Friday Miss Sarah Mills of Lexington is here to spend several weeks with Miss Harriett McCoy Mr and Mrs Robt Harris arid Tommie Cole Covington attended the Lexington fair Friday Mrs Charles Collier of Middles boro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Burnsidc Mrs Ann Walker is very much im proved and was able to be moved to Lancaster the past week Misses Lillie and Annie Albright who has been visiting here have re tared to Barbourvillo Mrs M F Enright and children have returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Paris 1 Mr Clarence Gray visited friends In Lexington several days last week and attended the fair Miss Fans Fcland who has been viilting here has returned to her home in Sharpsburg Ky Mrs JasBurnside left the past week for Battle Crock Mich tospend the remainder of the summer Mrs H C Kauffman who has been visiting her brother Mr John Green leaf has returned to Lancaster Messrs David Dunn W E Luxon George Hume Ed Wines and Green Million were in Lexington Friday Mr and Mrs J Halo Dean are visit ing in Louisville and will attend the BcntleyLogan wedding this week A little son arrived at the home of FridayHoMrs H C Jasper and children Gaines and Mary Catharine leaves this week for a visit to Atlantic City Mrs Jerry Kellar and Mrs Mike Enright attended the funeral of Mrs John Karney at Falmouth lastTues day j Mrs H Kt Vaughn of Frankfort arrived Sunday to be the guest of hersiater Mrs James HMcCoy and family Dr T D Ray and wife who have been visiting Dr and Mrs H C Jasper have returned to their honle fa Virginia Miss Kate Wilson attended the Lex ington fair last week and while there was guest of her cousin MrsJ W Jackson Mrs D D Geiger and daughter Francis have returned to their home la Huntington W Va after a bit to relatives here JMepoltJl r tiJI l ltt iaN aft 444 iJMItJak tt kiMfila r dance Friday evening EdUor and Mrs A D Miller and daughter Elizabeth and Mr and Mrs Louis Landram formed a motor party to the Lexington fair Friday Misses Mayrao and Nora OHearn of Bowling Green Nell Halpin of Cynthiana and Rosina Elder of Paris wore the guests of Miss Mattie Elder Stanford JournalMrs R SScudd rand son are visiting her parents in Madison Mrs Nannib Feland of Madison has been the guest of Mrs Mary Poland Misses Julia and Bulah Gormloy and Mr Farnean McFarland of Lox ington Misses Sallie Hover of Nick plasville and Ruth Hawes of ProvI- dence R I are visiting Miss Harriet ParrishMrs Louis Schlegel was called to Covington yesterday by telegram an nouncing the critical condition of her mother Mrs H O Andrew and stating there was no chance of her recoveryI Misses Willie and Mary Traynor and Miss Henrietta Luxon left last week for a visit to Marietta and Cadiz Ohio and Parkersburk W Va At the latter place they will be guests of Mr and Mrs Waller Traynor- T R McCann zd wife of rut wIler Miss are visiting relatives here tor some time MrMuCann was connected with the L A shops in this city and holds a similar position in his new home lIe is a fine man and has made many friends Miss Virginia Bently and Mr Jas II B Logan both of Louisville were married lastcvenIngat the Bently home The bride is quite well known hero having visited Mrs Hale Dean who acted as matron of honor Mr Dean was Mr Logans best man Lancaster Record Miss May Powell returned Monday from a visit to her aunt Mrs W T Short in Richmond Misses Fannie May and 1 Ellen Walker have returned to their home in Richmond after a visit to Mrs Wood Burnside Mrs Annie Singleton and daughter Elmer are visiting in Richmond Berea Citizen Miss Mary Adams and mother have returned from a visit to Richmond relativesJesse Rogers of Richmond was in town last week for the FairMr George Golden and Miss Pearl Adams went to Richmond Saturday and were quietly married At present they arc staying at the home of Mr Goldcns parentsMt Sterling SentinelDem Miss Grace Lockridge has returned from a delightful housepartyentertained by Miss Mary D Ballard of Rich mond W H Moore who has been spending some time with his son R S Moore of Richmond while disa bled from work by reason of accident was at home this week Nicholasvillo JournalErnest Watts and family have removed to Rich theIlumbcrbookkeeper for the Nicholasvillo Lumber Co Ho is a popnlar and pleasing gentleman whom we regret to lose Both he and his excellent wife go to their new home with the best wishes of their many friends in social business and religious circles W W Pigg of Richmondand Mrs M V Pigg of London visited their sister Mrs J II Boggs who continues quite ill rI BASE BALLI L Notes =JHow They Stand Clubs WOn Lost Pet R1chillonduuu K 02 Winchesters 67 oh Paris45 l2 523 FrankCorLu 47 43 522 Lexington 35 r8 Shclbyillcu3J 62 JI There With The Goods Wills Richmonds cotton top twirler is certainly pitching some fine ball these days lIe pitched against the hardhitting Lawmakers Frankfort last Monday and gave them a lovely row ol goose eggs So effective was his work only three men got as far as second base and not one as far as Lawjmakorsball our boys pinched oft enough lilts to score two runs which were enough j to wiu the game The work ol Tilfoid Krug and ThoM featured theiiatneforllichmond Tne score 12 345078 Richmond 1000000 IIt1jFiankfortO 0 0 0 0 00 Win From Paris Accompanied by ubout 200 loyal rooters the Paris team came over last Tuesday for a doubleheader but Jupi ter Pluvius took a hand in affairs and Just as the first game started there came a downpour which made it necessary to call the first game off At three oclock the grounds had dried nfli ciently to begin the second game Altbo the going was ratti r bad the game was a very good one and was won by the Pioneers by the close score of I to 2 The Bonrbonites took the lead right from the start making one in the first and one in the third In Rich monds half of the third however the Pionoers jumped on Winchell for five clean hits scoring two ruus and tying Hiescoro From this time on to the leventhronnd neither side was able to score butin this round after two men were out a couple of errors and a hit by Whittaker sent Maloney home wIn the winning run Golden pitched for the locals and after the third inning he was a complete puzzle to tho visitors He allowed only five hits and struck out eight men Aside from Goldenn pitch log the features of the game were the batting of Whittaker who made two hits sending all of Richmondsrruns home the fielding of 1IlO188t first Tllford at short and Grohe in right For Paris Ochs was the star He got two hits one being a two bag ger Ilaningan also played nice ball also getting two hits 818jtJHI2tbfttl UI1 Wollop Paris Again i Paris suffered another defeat at the hands of the Pioneers last Wednesday by the score of 5 to 8 It was a game in which all kinds of ball was played nod fielding bad fielding good bat ting g od baserunning and poor base running It seemed as tho tho Pick jioeis did everything possible in a fielding way to give the game to Paris but at bat they were too much for the Bourbonites The special feature of the game was the work of Krug He played third base like h1BhlIyrBrad lev and at bat he was a Wagner Out of four times up he got three Juts and asacrifice one of his hits being good for a home run the ball tailing oyer the right field fences He also helped to pull off a double play which was done quickly it almost made the fans heads swim The fielding of Tilford and Creager was also very fine Creager and Dugger were the opposing pitchers Creagor having much the better of the argument The score 1 2345678 9K Rlchmondu1 0011110 05 Pariel010000103Hitch The Lexington Colts were hitched to the little end of a score of 4 to 2 last Thursday the Pioneers dong the hitchIng act Comstock started in as the main hitcher but the Colts were too frisky for him and the Big Boy had tovbe called to the rescue in the fourth inning Roy was equal to the occasion and it didnt take him lens to tame the Colts lie hall them eating out of hit hand during the sixroauds he pitched lIe allowed only three tilts and struck out six mplIKline tritd to outguess our boys with his famous crossfire delivery but he was not much of ad mystery to them and he retired in the sixth in favor of Houbins This stopped our ruilgetting but we had a plenty and everybody but the Colts was satisfied J The score1 234507 89R Riclimond0 200200 OtSl LexingtonO 1100000 2 Pitching Fine Ball Wills is certainly pitching some fine ball his last four games having been shutouts He pitched Saturday against the Slialbyvillo team and for the third time gave them a coat of whitewash the score at the end of the game standing 6 to 0 TIm boys went to Shelby ville to play two games but wet grounds kept them from playing Fri dayand they lad to be content with one victory Lose Sunday As Usual The hoodoo which has followed our boys all season with regard to Sun day games was on hand again Sunday and they lost to Frankfort by the score of 3 to 2 The game was really a farce the most of it being played on a field ofmud and In a hard rain It began raining in the fifth inning and the game should have been called then bur the umpire decided differently and as consequence Fankfort finally won Goldan was on the mound for Richmond and was going at a good gait until the ball got wet then he lost con trol and the Lawmakers bunched enough hitsin the seventh to win the gameThe scorol 2 3 4 56 7 S 9R Frnnkfort000 00030 x31- ticlimonL00 0 01000 12 Defeat Colts Again Tommy Sheets and his Colts were here Monday for a game and after nine iniiiags of about the worst ball playing seen here this sason lost to the Pioneers by the score of Oto3 Both sides played everything but good ball in the field but Richmond ex celled at bat and won on that account The only bright spot in Richmonds work win the wonderful playing of Whittaker Out of four times up he got a threebagger a two bigger a single and a base on balls Ho Ecoied three of Richmonds ecores and had five putouts Pretty good days work Doyle was the star of tho Lexington bunch begetting three hits out of four times at bat- Creager really pitched shutout ball errors let In thethree runs made by the Colts Lexington tried out a now pitcher by the name of Robinson btit he is not good enough for this league and Robbing had to take up the bur den in the fifth inning Thescorel 2316078 9R RicluDoud2 0121000 xG LxiugtoILl000O0oo243Ira Specialist Warsaw Ky Says I had a fine yandotte Cock that was so sick and weak be could not eat or drink for three days I forced him to drink water with Bourbon Poultry Cure iu it all the time anti he is now in good heal ill This remedy is the best I ever used Sold by Perry Thomas To Whom it May Concern All parties knowing themselves indebted to us will please illaClI suite their accounts stance Owing to our recent heavy Joss by fire we are f irced to collect all outstanding ancounta on our books in order to be able to resume business Wo shall expect an liiime diato settle of everyone who owes We desire to thank our many friends and customers for their liberal patron age in the past Respt Stanifer Soper tf Richmond Ky A Sure Cure Wm Manlove Tipton Ind says I had cholera in myherdand did not lose a hog lifter giving them hour niyjudgementLhis Cure for hog cholera Sold bv Perry and Thomas SCOTTS EMULSION stops loss of flesh in babies andchildren and in adults in summer as wellas winter Some people have gained a pounda day while taking it Tab It In a little cold water or mlli Cd a small bottle now AUDiufiligf 1HE AFliJ ofF Boys Essay On Preachers A small boy over in Iowa has his pinion about preachers and he had the opportunity the other day to express it In an essay Here It is The preachers are the man whot saves our soul an novr cusses in publick He are the foliar whot helps the wlmin runn the chlrch an he wares black clothes an a soilem look Everie Sunday he gits up in chlrch an warns you to prepair to go to heavIn no matter where you mite inthor go Married preachers has boys who lyle like the devil Preachers who are single get married to keep from hay log to dodge the wlmin Preachers like chicken when firnished bj the members hit you on the back and caul you mi brother also on thee pockitbuk Weave a preerher in our chirch an wil talk old foks to slepe Our preecher whistles when he talks an one Sunday he kept 3 dogs run nin round in qhirch trying to find who wus whfstlin fur them It ended in a fy to an I lift But I shall nettr do so noe moar when mi fuller are thare For Sale A good sccondhand buggycheap For particulars call at the Richmond Carriage Works Notice to Coal Men Sealed bids will be received up to 12 oclock noon Satur day August 28 1909 for 600 tons of coal for the Eastern Ky Stale Normal School at Richmond Ky All bids must be accompanied by an analy sis of the coal proposed to be furnished by each bidder together with the heat units of said coal All bids are to be submitted with the under standing that 100 to 125 tons are to be furnished within 30 quantitiesson as needed Bids MUST be on a basis of NUT and LUMP coal run over two inch br screen Bids may also be made for MINE RUN Address all bids to E C McDougle Business Director Memorial Hall Richmond Ky Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No1 directed to me which itsutd from the Clerks office of the Madison Circuit Court In favor of Lizzie J Wilmora against Joseph Grimes I or one of my depu ties will on Monday Sept 6 19Q9 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and2 p m at the Court House door in Richmond Madison couhty Ky ex pos to pub9csahe to the highest and best bidder tIle following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt in terejt and costs towit 29 Acres of Land More or leas on the Kiiksville Ken tacky River turnpike in Madison MagisterialDistrlct the north by the land ot Allen Johnson on the east by the Kirksville and Ken bythebv the land of Clayton S nders levied Upon as property of Joseph Grimes TERMSSale will be made on a credit of 3 month bond with approved securl y r qnred bearing intetest at fronldayeffect of a Sale Bond P B BROAUDUS SM C August 17 1900 Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Executkn No 2 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of till Madison Circuit Court in LeslieHunteron Monday Sept 6 J909 between the hours of 10 oclock a si inRichmolldltladidou anlbetpoperty or BO much thereof as may debtilltlThe J8 Undivided Interest in the land of Allen Hunter deceased MrsAllenor leis situated on the waters of Red MagisterialDistrictjoining the lands of Jaraei Lynch and southbyupon as property of Leslie Hunter TERMSSalo will be made on a approvedsecuritythe rate of 0 per Cent per auniiic from day of Bale and having the fotleanj effect of a Sale Thud P JL UROAUDUS S M 0 August 17 1909 J Ballards Snow Linimentr Positively Cures Rheumatism Neural ia Lame WgundzSpraini Gift ita Ti1n be Coavirad Time Size Price 2S 5QalMl SlOO BALLARD SHOW LHJIMEMT CO JAMES P JetKtalu ST LQ4Ns 1IIItS1CI Ao4dJIttMiY A TIIOW I l p1aeebJ at eeL- ot of lite and woiaea who are agreeable with others get cranky at home Its not disposition Its the liver If you find in yourself that you feel cros3arou d the house little things worry you just buy a bottle of Ballards Herbine and put your liver la shape You and everybody around you will feel better for It Price flOe per bottle Sold by Perry Thomas To Mammoth Cave August 25th on regular trains last for the season 1266 for a three flays rip Includes Railroad fare Board at hotel and the several routes through the cave from alt Stations on the Cin cinnati and Knoxville divisons Ten days limit fIB Tickets See L N Agent 2t A Weahltea is the only way to describe the poor child that is afflcted with worms No matter how much or how often it eats the worms get all the nourishment from the blood the child gets practI- cally none Whites Cream Vermi fuge gets rid of the worms quickly easily and with no bad after effects Price 25c a bottle Sold by Perry Thomas For Rent A nice seven room lesldence on Norlh Street large yard and garden Possession at once Mrs J 11 Nell Snowy WhiteLaundry Work Work that removes all the dirt stains etc is what you have when this es tablishment does your work We return everything but the dirt is a fact in our laundering The daintiest of silk and linen shirts shirtwaists etc are absolutely safe in our hapds we will lengthen their lives of usefulness by our methods Hugh Tevis Normal City Laandry Strayed Or Stolen ago from Allens pas ture adjoining J W Bailaid one bay horse mulewhite nose abant 14 hands high and ann dark brown or black mare mule about I4hnnda high Prop erty of J W Limb Mallory Sprints Both mules two years old and broke Send Information to Bean Allen Berea Reward of 1100 will be paid 828 4t Lost Gold rim nose glasses with chain at tached Return to this office HIJE8 Cream Vermifuge THE HUUTEEI WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC IWARC Of IMITATION THE CCHUINI PHtFABIO ONLY MT BallardSnow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO I lB p R RI 1111 U T VJ N Is a Candidate for REPRESENTATIVE 41 FROM Madison County In the Next Legislature Subject to the Action of the Democratic Part YOUR SUPPORT tS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED 0 Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the f 7 A Citizens F J a National ct 1 Life Insurance Company 1 Believing that they WANT such a company believing that theywill SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for Iits stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of gettingtisubscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week 1 i ii FIRST WEEK AUGUST 2 JiJ Io696oooCJ i 6 SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9 p20024000 1 THIRD WEEK AUGUST 16 345OOOmOO x Our Bed Room Sets r The sets we are sho wingnow we believe represent the biggest values ever offered in this vicinity They are all superbly man f ufactured irom the finest materials are of the latest design and we are positive will find merit in the most exacting critics eye The prices are right terms easy arid yotir credit is good Try our easy payment planyou will it A dollar or two aS week will do idfSal rt t JI t LUMANI io Jf t8 IjT HItG1NS L HOME FURNISHERS n1 lfe8 d It Wif t o PiK Grt bralLlMachi e 4t t i IJ n Why Suffer re you one of the thousands of women Who discouragedCardui On the wrapper iyare use beenestablishedfor pain which only a remedy women endure It is reliabl depended ITake CARD U I I It Will Help YouI1frs Charles Bragg of Sweetser In tried9 CarduL SheWll tcs ITonguc cannot tell ow much Cardul 1d IwouldEn orC I b one or mo Imedicfuc Iry Cardui oVC pnusc 0 jOur AT jLDRUGSTOEjth e J4 rcTHIS IS THE SEASON FOR J t YlJflz VeqeEaLest WeMve every kind fresh and new at rightprices t jA We receive fresh shipments d A VIAI cannot be equaled A tf SEWE L McKlisi r M + GROCERSw W U Telephone 223 Its Building Time If youintend erecta housev store house barn or other buildings Iwill be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatfy and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters r line f 1 I JEFF cdritr RICHMOND KY TEXAS LANDS FQRSALE The eyes of the world are on Texas Wbeat 20 to 4 bushels corn 30 to 50 b shels oats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa that wonderful enricher of the soil 4 to 5 tons nil the other crops grown in Central Kentucky except hemp arid tobacco This land sells around the 20 notch We need morepeople more homebuilders Remember the opportunities you ost in Kansas Nebraska arid Oklahoma Write for full particulars to T JEG ARRISHPLAINVIEW TEXAS I have for sale 19500 shares of stock in oneof the richest copper mint 17 elaimsiu Arizona at a price that should ititergst anyonefully paid and nonassessable it ALew Quarters We are established in our new quarters in the f y QldOityHall building ahdrure better prepared 1 than ever to care for your skins Bring Us 4 your Hides Furs and iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season Ihurman Grocery t T Compatiy i l Rural TelephonesifejlT Mr farmer Make your Jiome ns rndein for your family as a city roM J 5cqnc9 and place yourself in apoeitioH to etUllr laest market tiiotntioos at liny tune This can be accomplished by means ot our telephone eervice which j you and yonr neighbor can get for lie nf that is small compared with the Jjene y fi a leceived Call or address our nearrst office or Write direct headijuarters sW8Uville Tennessee for information regard inp our special arjnerb1i- nejflte If at preeont you are not enjoying telephone service weCan Tnimejaiatelv ycu Our lines cover the States ot KentnckTt Tennessee 6ISSIPili J LouiSIana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois vi V c 4 Richmond Telepljne Co Incorporated rr Ueo0A1Lriscbeno Formerly wiCh J13 Stouffer i Merchantf Tailor 7 ifI c tt Appartments over J E Sexton PHone J 72 f t All Kinds ot v I Pressing meaning Repafjjff3lSa- tisfactionT Guaranteed Your PeronageSoIciied w Floral Designs Cut Flowers Plants 1 r t tf Furvhed on sbortlIotie Special 4tentionto i des for Funerals and Weddings l IatRchrnond GreenhousesitJ I iJltiI J 18 1 I 1 tlWL fWIIJIr41 4VVU1U Jl1 i = r 4 Tae f ofeelResting Kodpt digests what you eat anjgoodV JUU TVill alllrugigYery Best Gran11 led Sugar IT pounds for5ioo Taa B ParkeFitSt StH Seashore Excursion Annual Seashore Excursion to At AtlantioCoastWo loaves Thursday August 12th tl6UiReturnleees on return trip at New York PhiF adelphia Washington and other poinis Sleepers Dining Cars Coaches riptiveilJustr TicketAtnt ItfilSSL Notice to Tax PaYerSIYour city tax bills thn year 1909 are now d e nndiJn my hands for colt ction On all those that arc not on or before November 1st 1909 apenaltv prescribed by ordinance will bo attached and interest at rate Of 6 percent will be charged on nfl bills after Now 1st 1109 Office ity Hall corner 1st and Irvine St m Kcspcctfully T C O NEIL 3t City Collector For indigestion and allstomach trouble take Foleys Orino I axatlvt IiVCliandcure habitual Constipation Foleys Orino Laxative cures sick headache and billlousness and account of its miNaction and pleasant taste is es- eciallyrecommcndedj for women and children Sold by Stockton Son uun James Hunley Wilbbiiy x i 5cll ydiir 1l USe- rarm town Jotsvo any thing else in the Real Sstaijie line Any s Business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him jf his services are need ed The Neighbors Say Breads the Best hat 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 Gold q kFlora The Monument dealers have added to their business PNBUIAT IcTOOL PLANT ffiiich will enable them to do better work than ever before They have a large assortment if Granite and Marble and invite their friends to can loud inspect their stock and nrk Satisfaction guaran teed tioldell Flora With Zarings Patent Flour a good baker becomes even hotter And even an ir experienced one can get eatisfactory results the JirltlorsnI turn out gooa biscuit bread or cakr ilonj blftmp her at once It jnayJfr the flour Oidet a 8ack of Zarings- PtnVtoday oiid note the results Itf doHata to dpiulnUUs she will do boiler with firings Patent Flour Does Not ColorlIair Ayers Hair Vigor as nqw t made from our new improved formula doesnet stain or color the hair even to the slightest degree Gray halr whftehnjr blonde hair is not made a shade darter But it certainly dOtS stop falling hair No question about that Does not chance ilie color of ITI Aek r rmul ers a wllb eacJabl- So tl oleeler A1 lilm abowt the doos Jndeea we believe it Wilt stop evry esi- ef fillinrliair unes there otM T y HftMtnl aiion somethint fretrtf attfigJbI I Ce fnrraI healthrTta iya1iat ii II t 1I T TEFijR Keifocky Feojieiii Aog Oye Comi Ee A HANDSOME PRIZE LIST Thirty Thousand Dollars Offered in Prizes for week of Sejitem ber 13th to 18th Details of Spme of the Chief At rae 4 v tlonstoBe Pre5entedThls Year Thirty thousand dollars makes at very handsome prlxe list This amount wilt bo offered at the Seventh annual Kentucky State Fair which Is scheduled for the week of Sep tember 13th to 18th Inclusive The marvelous piece of work accomplished ttL ttio incomparably short time ot three months last season In which the largest most useful and most beautl andpermanent a concrete construction were erected a model half mile race track was built and some forty or more buildings of a more temporary nature for the hons Pticulturaled Is Jresh In the minds of those who witnessed last years exhibition With the addition of beautiful road ways olightshorsejsriow and hippodrome perfor mances In the evening the grounds wllf present a grander and more bril liant spectacle this year In nearly every department the number of biberjitespecially true In the beef cattle and poultry departments In each of which LthirtyThe special prizes are much more attractive and represent a greater value than ever before The honor and prestige of winning manof these trophies Is Infinitely greater than the Intrinsic value of the prize Itself The specials listed include the Highland Home up which Is donated by Gay Jros of Plsgah KJV for the best and finest saddle bred foal of 1909 the American saddle horse breeders as sociation trophy for registered stallion or mare three years old or under tho Montgomery chief special of 125 of feted by Ball Bros Versailles Ky for the finest and best stallion mare or gelding any age by Montgomery Chief the 1000 Kentucky farmer saddle horse futurity for saddle bred foals of 1909 the only saddlehorse futurity In exlstance which closed April 1st with 225 nominations the commis sioner of agriculture saddle horse special value at 1200 for the best five gaited saddle slallton mare or gelding three years old or over a handsome givenbythe Dr McChord cup for the best herd of jack stock offered by Mr W P Hayes of Bloomfield Ky the grand sliver trophy ottered by the American Berkshire Swine Association for best young hero of Berkshlres exhibited by Kentucky breeder which Is the covet ed honor of the show among Berk shire breeders In every state an ag byComing standard varieties of poultry a silver cup donated by Mr F H Bohr Ing for best exhibit of Kentucky bred poultry specials by the Southdown Hampshire and Oxford Sheep Record Association for exhibits of purebred sheep they respectively ohamplon arid the American Angora Goat Breeders Association special for tho best focI of registered Angora kids In the cattle departments the money consideration for specials Is the great est and the classification mostexten sive The American Shorthorn Breed ers Association and the American Hereford Cattle Breeders Association have each donated 760 for pure bred cattle of these respective breeds one half to be given In open competition and onehalf to cattle owned by Ken wereniadeonmanagement wouldset apart 1000 in premiums for each of these breeds which was done thereby making a total of 1750 for each breed This is the largest amount ever offered for either Shorthorns or Herefords at any state fair or exposition south of the Ohio river and perhaps equals the ag gregate prize money at any exhibition exceptionPolled Durham Association of Amer ca renews Its offer of 100 Tn special prizes for Polled Durhams The merlcan Aberdeen Angus Breeders Association for the first time in sev yilberalbreed As a very gratifying Innova lion in the prize list the Dairy Cattle Department contains some valuable Specials Through the generous lib erality oT the HolstclnFrleslan Asso elation of America the State Fall management has been enabled to dou ble the amount of prize money for this laTry breed and to place Its classifi cation almost ona par with the Jer sey which has been the favorite dairy r 1 rbrt kj tie QMta ever rtace Its Im jertstion fa to this country lUte the X otH kr Jersey cattle club will give cup Valued at 5000 for the best Jefseyherd of one bull and four hel- en under one year old bred by a Ken tucky exhibitor There are also num eros specials offered by Hon XI C Rankle commissioner of agricultural departments the most prominent of which are for county exhibits 150000 being offered for the best and largest display of farm garden and orchard products has a very In teresting and educational feature at many of the leading state fairs for a yprQvecultural interest of Kentucky Superintendents of Departments at the Kentucky State Fair As usualmost experienced and capa ble superintendents of departments have teen appointed if H Llllard of Lawrcnceburg has for the third timer been chosen superintendent of the horse department and William Sire mOIlS of Shcpherdsvillc will again be- ni charge of the mule exhibit W R Moorman Jr of Glendeene Is Super EdgarVaughneighth consecutive year be superin tendenUn the dairy cattle department Other superintendents reappointed are Colonel H L Igleheart of Morgan field swine department W B Middle ton of Shelbyville sheep and goats John H Good of Louisville poultry and plgeons H C Lovelace of Boston field seed and grain H M Fromanof Ghent tobacco Miss Evelyn Porter of Louisville womans department G Rogers of Smithland farm imple and machinery Prof JJT Hoop er of Lexington students judging contest and H L Smyser of Lyndon speed department Chas Sholtz Jr f Louisville is superintendent of egetabes and melons Henry S Adams Eminence of Horticulture W E Bibb North Pleasurevlllo of plants and flowers and Lucien Beckner Win chester of minerals and forestry The assistant superintendents have also een named for poultry and pigeons B Buford of NIchloasvllle aud- Robert H Young of Louisville for v BiviaKarsner of Lexington for hortlcul ture M F Johnson of nuechel for womans department Miss Eva Me Grew of Bayou and Miss Alice Porter of Louisville Heads of Departments of the Ken tucky State Fair There are eighteen exhibit depart ments which have been placed under the head ofthe various members of the state board tit agriculture as follows M C Rankln of Frankfort poultry and pigeons plants and flowers and students judging contest Prof M A Scovall of Lexington beef cattle dairy cattle and collie dogs G N McGrew of Bayou woman department farm Implements and machinery manufactured products H M Beard of Hardlnsburg sheep and goats and vegetables and melons Guthrie M Wilson Bradstown horseb mules and jack stock speed depart ment Caldwell Norton Louisville swine Desha Breckenridge Lazing ton education and art William Addams Cynthlana field seed and grain and tobacco Fred R Blackburn Stanton Jiortlculture forestry and minerals Kentucky State Fair Races Horse racing will be a greater at traction than ever at the State Fair this year At last years fair it was demonstrated that a successful har ness race meeting could be held on these grounds The popularity fcf the sport was never more pronounced Un usually fast time was made on the new halfmile track which hasjcbme to bo regarded as one of the best halt tulle courses in America At the meet Ing last year the grand stand and the grounds adjacent to it were thronged by a surging mass of humanity every afternoon eager to see every heat In every race and not until the sum mary of the last race was hung up did the Interest cease or enthusiasm dwin dIe The Kentuckians by nature has a fondness for horse racing An opportunity for seeing his favorite sport will not be denied him at this years fair The early closing events show the largest list of fentriea ever recorded at the State Fair These events are known as the Louisville Retail Merchants Association stake for 221 paccrs the Louisville Coin mercial Club stake lot 220 trotters and the Kentucky Brewers Association stake for 220 trottfcrs In addition to the stake races there will be six purse and four gentlemens road races Purso entries close Sept 6th Entries for the xup race at twelve oclock noon the day before the race The stake races will be on the three In five heat plan and the purse races on the two In three heat plan There will also be two running races each day This Is destined to become ono of the most popular training tracks In the country This meeting fits Into a very convenient circuit by following the Indiana State Fair and proceeding the Tennessee State Fair the Initial meetingof the ineetingE cult of Fairs and trotting The success of this years meeting Is already assured by the excellent list of Stake entries and the manage meet Is quite cdnflaent that alt the purse races will fill satisfactorily For catalog entry blank or other information write J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building Louisville Ky TheModelSe booI OP- sriTTttesday September 2r l2OJ w With aStron FacuIfy in alfpiartinents h 4 InThghSchoolUniversity trained teUjebfUs experienced in training young people fol cdli legeenlxance a welt equipped library = exten siye laboratories for Science work new build ings well vent l1 ted heated and lighted iiath letic held and gynnasiuuridel caiofCli gi 11UJISiall Bookkeeping by practical commercial teSeHer Primary and intermediate grades are unfrettf competent ad experienced teachers Trtnef closest attention and most thorough supec visioiiji4 given to childoea placed in our care 4a vj Fort r s WJIdCollier information eallJpn Jpradt dress t it j 4 1 iIY2 lp t f f t4 iheMre4 I StirnIj Xii l t IINTYto If CarriagseWorks B M LACKEY Prop Carriages RunJjijutsd Buggies Road WagQnsi SurreysCartsc thWt irhean absolute guam tee of satisfaction PricesAlwaysLowestT For Sale A No 1 carriage In good condition prncUcallyne W far sale cbeap Also a two seat trap wliicn may Jijsewlsr bbought at a bargain May be cen at Richmond Motor Plumbing Co U A C Scanlan WflBoitofi General Blacksmith Ck v C triage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggies Wagons and iiFarmWe Put On The est RUbberTires Made JOur For Phwlw immAre TJbsurpassed i Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street rc It is always cheapest in the long run to gel hebEst We do the verytb- estConcrete WorkGive us your order und you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied ft K Stone Phone 432 WALL PAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of the 1 Latest and Most Up usifrom octs a bolt tip We are practilin this line of work and wiU be pleased to have you calland get our prices Istimatesmurnishedfor any sort of interior decorations B Juett Sbiu Phone 419 145 First st New Method Teeth Ext without PIN Dr Hbbson Richmond Ky Most disfiguring skin eruptions scrotum pimples rashcrf etc are duo to impure Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing blood ionic Makes you cleareyed clearbrained clearskinned FFarleyMarchV are now selling HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big Lbrgains J I NEW YORKII trilII Co r r Thin tailaii1 tenant Retarnin Jakt An Indigestion Remedy Fill Many people who are otherwise indigostiocordyspepsia the stomach andallied digestive or organsofseriouslyDyspeptics cannot eat tho things they thenIrou1ce case you have beerf constipated all andregularindigestionotouggestCaldwellaSyrupstomach liver hind bowel troubles That rnchdidFortuneetuaDyYou can obtain a COcent or 1 bottle of dlrecllonIt is a liquid acts gently never gripes AOntaJnsexccptiOD1ltho stomach and that Is what Is es pecially needed In indigestion AU sufferers from Indigestion who have never used Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin wrItingthewaythousands Ishedigestion When once you use this grand tcatharticstabletsIf there Is anything about your aliment that you dont understand or If you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service The address Is Dr W B bldgMonticeuo STOCKTON HAGAN Resumed Business Having been out of the painting and paper businpss for about four years havedecided to again resume this class f work and use ttyls method to ask a share of ynur patronage guarantee irg firsrclass work in every respect Tre people Richmond and Madison comity are familiar with my work such as paper hanging painUng var iiisliing etc I shall take great pleasue in making estimates Lou any work you mav desire in this line no matter how small the job Keep splendM line bfwall paper from which to salect Thanking you for past favors and jarnestly soliciting a share of your futurotbusinots I am Respectfully W L Leeds Hi Second St tf Richmond Ky Cured IIay Fever aridSummer Cold AS Nusbatlm Batosvillc Ind write Last year I suffered for 3 montbswith a summer cold so dis tressing that it Interfered with my sympIOI1Iofscription did not reach my case and I took several medicines which secmedonljtoaggravate it Fortunately upon Foleys Honey 11til Tar It quickly cured me My wife has since used it with the same success For chronic coughs and lung troube it has no tqnai Re fuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son alm i If you are going to sell out apd want your goods to bring all they are worth get 1 J W 0 White Hall Ky to conduct your sale reasonable Money toLoaaon Good Farm Lands The Northwestern Mutual rife In surance Co will loan rnoneyitWper cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply lo J 0 Ciienanlt Atty Cr9tf Richmoud Ky M Institute Richmond Ky Tnt Sckol 011 the HiUH Next f Sept14 r For Catalog Write J B Cassiday Richmond Kentucky H C BOOTY SURVEYOR 0 Solicits the of the Public Prices Reasonable GcneraI or write Union Ky tiUMME R RATES via bCO 4 ATLANTIC CITYAIJGUST 19th iooi S16OO VfaNoifolkandoXDS 11Y 2811 3011 3215 Shearer 1ii- schargesJe ison Session Opens City THURSDAY ROUND TRIPI f BOSTON I Going Rail and and Ocean re turntni river lake sound Mid 51IlJiIug21 tifteeiv days liinlL l250J Teryehespratio AtlftaUc Gitf aHII all Seashore JtMortB OM l dailyto piaeIpatoisisifl irginla o datlyi For fall il1rorm ttIon lton Address GEO W BlilNKY I p A iibooniJI xeJii ij a a JIIJ1LAfL iL cr i r k t Not In The Trust L THE ADMIRAL 18 THE LATEST CjiBEST LJU m THE SUCCESSFUL PARKER I KEEPSUPTO Machines The great advance in farming methods has kept pace with the improve meat of farm machines The most successful farmers have always been ready to consider new ideas and better machines Farmers never have been snore progressive than today That is why the Admiral mower has so quickly established itself in their tavor They recognize the great 0 value of its features chief tmbng which are Powerful keen cutting appa correspondingincreaseuniform tilt and all the other features that have made Walter A Woo mowers famous wherever grass is grown If you arc going to buy a pleJsureforask us at any timethe sooner the better V Douglas Simmons Agents a Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased Kidneys + And Most Women Do This Not Knowing the Real Cause of their Condition Theso poor suite ring women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entire ly due to Ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder are re Bponslblo or largely EO And la such cases the kidneys and bladder are the organs that need and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in back groin and limbs bloating and swell- Ing ot the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless ness and constant tired wornout feelingare algiost certain symp toms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and lircr- DeWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills have In thousands cf csncs remnrlbl7boneflelal female organism affording the most prompt relief and permanent benefit As an illustration of what these Pills will do Mrs P M Bray of Columbus Ga writes that she was Tory ill with kidney trouble and that she Is now welland that pierTbeyand can In no case produce any deleterious effects upon the system as syrupy alcoholic liquid prep qiiQarattons are apt to do E C DeWitt Co I1 want every man and who have the least that they are nfZUcted with kidney and blad f der diseases to at onco wrlto them and ia trial box of these Pills wl bQ sent free by mall post Jpaid Do ittoday For Sale PERRY THOMAS Going to Use Any On Farm Chicago woman fiuspiclon return by Lumber Sash Doors Laths Paint Rubber or relt 5 Roofing f i PLANS BURNISHED REASONABLE 1 Better v come direct to t Todd Lackey Corner Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky Field Garden I SEE DFI t 1 We have just received a large shipment of I tfef Fieldand Garden Seed and invite those t who are contemplating sowing grass toIcalLand exlimihe our line and get priqes beforemalJng a purchase Our JiuofIi Staple and Fancy GrR O C ERIE 81 l7 was novermoro complete than now I J I E I rAg t e and S on I 1 Telephone 35 t I p S S S S S The Houston Buggy N a Break cart and Speed Sulkies Take pleasure in feferjns you to the followinJupoc1atc business men of tht like comfort and ton Line P H Bald of Louisville Ky who is one of the largest dealers of highclass vehiels writes I handle most all hfihclas3 but 1 consider tin- Roughtdby far the best Goodman Drop Co of Shelbyville Ky say that Ihe fTangntaa Bnggyis superior to the Columbus Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe that the Uou can Ie sdrpatscd JU McKee Liveryman Shelbyl file Ky writes I have in my livery the Moyer Ourtia Reid St verllinnd The HoaRhton I am frank to place the Hpjjjhton the leader and d aletter buggy can be built Quality and not pounds makes vebicles durable comfortable and stylish TOUi8necArmer Hwle Richmond Geo P Simmons Richmond I N T dd Brassfleld JooAtaspn Whites Station Joe OWh Jr Richmond Uoodloe Ourtis Eichmond S E Roje WWW Hall Al Cornelison Richmond ry P JUYMra Rlelniiond Joe Az ill Liveryman Richmondil Tha EW on Red base 3 EriMrjr owner of a Hot will tell you they are by farther best 1Ce Ho h onllnej the wily UaetiMt uses only tho finest materialnU 4M MitnulM HM OCWItQf sock eoaiaeratisn 1 th1akCrt1u 1h4w rld 1 hI Is 1 t Place your ordereRnly i kB II i LD1Jt i r IlL r PatternsI Ij TT1I Eld e poS J Pall SUITS for MenIiaT in gray o1ive mode lookstylishperfectrfitting School for School Boys SuitsFancycassimere wearresistingatIsizs7to16350 Boys Knickerbocker SuitsMade- of fine allwool velour cut ntlytallorPantsNatfancyBoys Pants Made all wool velour sizes 3 to 16 98c Choice of allour Mens Fin est Straw 195 I g5cAllSl1 Eacht1 card hooks and eyes t1 paper pins j 1 ball tape + 1 packagehair pins 20 marbles 1 fishingiine II H 3 CentsE hU 1 dozen assortedcOlored paern pkf 1 busy bee iaon wax I 1 spool darmngcotton v 1 spool thread 38E 3E = = G Corsets J00 immense variety of striped patterns stoneand green Suits cassimeres Knicker of cassimeres braid Hats Cent complete Clarks basting Mens Collars Excellent quality niedlylaundered Mens Suspenders Light weight extra elastic fine lisle webs made with strong leather ends25cSi-lk NeckwtarExtra long narrow silkreversible Ties all new designs and colorings25cM-ens Half Hose Full seamless good good quality maco yarn fast c- olorblacklOcMens Shirts Very stylish summer patterns R Mens Wash Ties New patterns in fancy washable fourinhands newest shapes 15c weightbaibriggan sizes per garment 25- cMens FGarters Extia elastic web all colors goodgrade I Oo Ladies Pumps and Oxfords 1 Fine Summer Wear t J 25 2 2 50 3 Glim Overalls for tobacco workers goc f 45c RompeIflqys and childrens Rompers of the j best quality of Denem V4 rVV i r L50 Umbrellas for 98c 2 Womens rainproof Americjin laffeta mission dlep ragon fram umbrellas verystrong and dur able i T t RespectfuIlSbmitred to the Cash T- radeEIder trk ERadcliff Shoes for Ldis Enquir e Hats3 American Beauty Corsets I =xr =f xJ 1 i t I a JrfLt THE4 CLIMAX i 7ONEYEAR t 10 QJ J a f W D Oldham Co fP i 4 j J t c 3 f Dry Goods J f c Notiotis f li IShoes 2 i kI kt i I Clothing co L J U Furnishings If 7J f J i j4 j i t j i T rt Ici IJ f iJ xc r4 Y t I a 9 t tid1 iO sIt f r i i i4PJ1 y B aSn e 1 itti t S = R Jian WE WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD HONEST AND DURABLE jon OPPAIXTIXGJ You cnn possIMy get n wvcalle lesstlotcythe work Ixr reliable and durable nlmechnnlcsweito reliable work AVe cuarantee to sIlflterjalsstddJ3pure the most exiiensive colors reliablenndduabiejoIor1ntjnne youvnntfellow consideringilieuse and the reliable results we jrivc LetusAXTERPhone tii11 AUinUc L LIEASTnoufn tiLv30pmLvpmArWEST BOUND Lv Beatty 1le 000 a m 1 20 pm 240pmLvLv Vallev View 9 00 a m 410 pm pmArAH trams daily except Sunday On Saturday only train leaves Ver at 720 p m arriving at Rich Beattyyulemond 930 p m Oq Sundays only train leaves Rich Beattyvillemond at 345 p in1 arriving at Ver sailes at 50 p m NicholasvilteInterurban Lines at Versailles- H R SMITH G P A Versailles Kv Land N Time Card SOUTHBOUND No TaintLickrLancaster points South leaves Richmond daily except 7 3aAit Ar rive Rowland 1045 a ill N6fc7 For Silver OreekPaint LickLan toLouisvIllearrives Louisville 61Q p M No Souththrough at8lNo trainsmakea1l 1iNo9Lancaster nilstops leave Richmouid 721 r ui arrive lit Stanford LeaveFourthStPM No RichmondCinclnua825iNORTHBOUND No leavoRichmondnati 755 it No 10 From Stanford leave Ri himontl MNoRichmond via Rowland 1235 noon No localleILveRichmond nali 610 P it No 32 Tacksonvihle4Mncjnnatl limited arriveOincillnaUS35 No arrivesRichmondAll trains run daily except wherei od otherwise edncAdrottRlt1tlchoid Mr4 ptofanttybutDQ1OitJHtd cua itckib 1fprQtlCiU ilt anet tI IIF t M Fiie Richmond Climax rUMBKB WEWESMY B- TTflEGLIMAXPRINTNCO Ieorporateda A P MILLER Ptest and Mnngr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor ofTA5OCIATIOIte tj PUBUSrERSlEAGUE BICE 100 PER YEAR INADVANC- EWEDNESDAY AUG 18 1909 ANNOUNCEMENT SLegislatureto the action of the Democratic party U a HERRINGTON ALMOST SORRY FOR HONESTY Cleveland Man Has Approval of Con science But He Had to Go Without Eggnog The twoMyersts are getting their things mixed again George A Myers and George E Myers Inasmuch as they know each other very well noth ing more serious has resulted thus far than the occasional opening of a piece ot mail that lacked the middle Initial but theres no telling what may hap tTheered a noggin of eggs to George A Myers he was inclined at first to claim them for his own Not that he expected any eggs but there was no evidence that they belonged to the other Myers and George A hated the Idea of giving them up to Georgd E unless his ownership were truly estab Hiilied Eggnog is one of the things George A Myers Js strong on and It hurt his very soul to send the eggs to the rooms of the board of edu lover he did send them over like an honest man Later he saw George E Myers and asked what he had done with the eggs Ate em of course said he Did you learn who sent them to you asked George A Not yet replied George E Put they tasted Just as well And to think mourned George A that 1 went without that eggnog lust to provide George E Myers with a basket of eggs that maybe belonged to me Cleveland Leader v j MADEA MESSENGER OFLOVE Governor General of Australia Em ployed as Cupids Emissary Be tween Sweethearts rApropos of Lord Northcotes name being mentroned lis aprobabO successor to Earl Grey in Canada his lord ship was once made curious use of while governor general of Australia says London M A P Strolling one night through an avenue of somber trees to a friends house fo dinner he vas suddenly pounced uPon by a maid servant who kissed him effusively end pressed a little parcel into lila hartd rHeres a sausage for you I cant come out tonight as master has com pany she whispered aud as mysteri ously disappeared When he got to the house he found one of his serv hats loitering bythe gateWhat are you doing there asked Lord North cote Im waitlng for my sweetheart the man stammered Where is she In service here Abt then I am rfght Here is a sausage from your sweetheart and she wishes me to tell you that she cannot come out tonight as her master has company Seeing that the man looked nervous he added kindly She also gave me a kiss for you but perhaps you would rather wait until you see her Here Is five shillings instead Fat Foods and Their Uses It is impossible to say what wit please in the way of fat food The only way Is to experiment feeling sure that the right thing will eventually appear When commonplace fat offends something new and strange will often inspire respect and be received with delight Children who scorn fat In thetibstract seldom re fuse a light wellmade suet pudding Toast and dripping is a combination that has been known to charm when less humble fare is declined Toffee which Is a combination of equal parts of sugar and melted butter is a high ly nutritious substance that is a gen eral favorite among children Given at the end of the meal it can seldom do harm Equal parts of chopped tat meat lean meat and bread crumbs the whole lightly seasoned with pepper and salt and a dash of powdered sugar make an agreeable filling with sand wiches that are often acceptable to those who insist that they do not like fat Harpers Bazaar Brave Woman Honored The bravery of Margaret Corbln the first woman to take the soldiers part In the war for American inde pendence will be commemorated by a bronze tablet unveiled on the site ot the old fort during the HudsonFulton celebration this fall Margaret Cor bin was the wife of a Pennsylvania private and during the attacks of the Hessians on the outworks of Fort Washington she loaded one of tho cannons in Fort Tryon many times The battle was nearly over when both she and her husband were killed The tablet Is presented by C K G Bill- Ings whose stable of flno trotting horses Is located on the site of the fort on upper Manhattan Island 4 Does It Pay The mayoralty chair of Cambridge has come to called The Hoodoo Chair by those who have followed Cambridge politics for many years There has been no incumbent for the last ten years who has not suffered from sickness or from business re verses either during or after his term of oBlce The present mayor John F Brooks was no sooner nominated this spring than he had to undergo an operation from which he is still conI valescing Boston Journal Douals Monument The city otDoualis going to erect imonument to John of Bologna ont of Its most famous citizens The sculptor was born there in 1624 and died at Florence in 1608 the appella Hon of Bologna being a corruption ot his owa same of de Boullpgne aa old Flemish family still in existence Th Athenaeum tI For Rent Three rooms over Singer Sewing Machine office on Second street apply tins office tf Stops eavaeke la JJo mianies tootkacbeorpiiH pi Vura or scald 1a fire lRutesjiKjrseass one bosjf QeeMeM fi koursi oi tkrirt WfMrfI LiLNTmEiANDlXHlITh- ibltieF M Clarification ef tIM Kentucky Stati Fair Entries and exhibits of all livestock departments except for horses mules nd jack stock will close Monday Sept Gth at 600 p m and all other departments prior to Friday Sept 10 Entries of horses mules and jack tock win close positively at 12 oclock orm the day before the exhibition here will be a printed program of the- ntries of horses Jack stock and cat tle together with the name of the owner Came and color of the animal and number of the entry which must correspond with the number worn by the person In charge of the animal It is absolutely essential that this Information accompany the entry which must be filed with tile secretary before the closing date Exhibits must be placed by 9 oclock Monday morning ept 13th and all exhibitors will be notified There are 1400 different rfn1lln which prizes are offered and there is a total of over 300 lots The horse classification Is subdivid ed into classes suitable for light harness flvegalted saddlehorses roadsters combined harness and fivegait cd horses American carriage horses threcgaltcd saddlehorses combination horses plantation saddlehorses high stepping and runabout classes Shetland ponies and fine horses Good premiums are given for both mules and jack stock In the beef cattle department Shorthorns Herefords Polled Durhatns AberdeenAngus and Red Polls arc given most liberal classifications In he Dairy Cattle Department Jerseys HolstclnFricslans Guernseys and Ayrshlrca fire recognized The swine department Includes Dcrkshlres Poland Chinas Duroc Jerseys Chester Whites Taniwcrths Hampshlres and Yorkshires In the sheep department prizes are offered for the following breeds Shropahlres SouthdowSS Oxfords Hampshlres Cotswolds Dor sets American Merinos Delaine Merinos nambpuillets Lincolns Cheviots and also a lasa for Angora goats The poultry department covers every known standard variety The same is true of the pigeon department the prize money for these departments being much larger titan last year The department for vegetables and melons field seed and grain and tobacco contains classes for almost every product groWn on the farm In horticulture there are over 700 prizes offered for apples peaches pears grapes and mis cellaneous fruits Plants and flowers one of the most beautiful and attrac tive exhibits of the State Fair will be wert jtakcn care of this year and will be placed alongside of the womens department In no department Is there a more Interesting collection of premiums than in that set aside for womans work childrens work and table luxuries FINE DAIRY STOCK Holst fnFrleslans at the Kentucky State Fair The HolstelnFriesian lung long been known to Kentuckians as n great milk producer but theo has been no con certed action among the breeders of this dalrylcow in Kentucky The fact that the tbree hospitals for the insane and the state feebleminded institute at Frankfort have decided to use this breed altogether In their dairies re quiring six or seven hundred cows Is a great stimulus to the breed In Ken tucky The 350 donated to the Kentucky State Fair by the HolstelnFriesian Association Is In great measure due to Stanley Mllward a member of the board of control for these institutions and ax recognition on the part of the HolsteinFrleslan Association of the value such a move would be to this breed of cattlo in the state The asylums will have on exhibition at the Kentucky State Fair some of the best specimens of the blafck and white dairy cows to be found in the country Students Judging Contest Commissioner M C Rankfn has of fered two sets of prizes for farmer boys in thts state and for the students In the Agricultural College The amount for farmer boys is 4100 to be awarded to the young man who makes the largest score In judging livestock at the State Fair This money to be used as scholarship to the Agricultural Department of the State University the contestant to bo required to file written opinion with reasons there for on horses cattle swine and sheep exhibits The prize for students Judg Ing contest amounts to 50 to be div- Ided into 20 flo 10 and 5 Competition will be limited to students in the State University It is the purpose of the commissioner In offering these specials to educate the young men of tho state In livestock Judging The requirements are quite liberal and there is no reason why any bright young man in the state should not en ter the contest The Louisville public schools will for the first lime have an exhibit of the work done in the various grades upon the State Fair grounds this year during the week cf Sept 13lk The Kentucky State Fair is getting to be more and more an educational Institu Lion and It is hoped before many years to have a great display of the work done in the various schools of the commonwealth For catalog entry blank or other Information write J W Newman Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building Louisville Ky J If you havent tho time to exercise regularly Deans Regulets will prer vents constipation They induce a mild easy healthful action oithe bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them V25c NoticeC Having purchased the Coal and Fed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave weuse tbis method to in vitefour friendy and the public foa share of their t patroiiage We handle tHe celebrated T icji Mountai- necoCoaIJ which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction H A Give us a trial order mad get acquainted Tfitli our do and method of doing buswaeiss 1kIi fIIJe 1 c J f Commissioners Sale TV C BTOMUPBS Admr end Heirs iwftinst PJamliMr T C BroMtwis Crde A Hra Df ta Notice of Sale In Equity By virtue of judgment and order of sale ol the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at the May term thereof 1009 In tbe above tyle cause the under81 ned will o- hSaturday Aug 2809 between tbe hours of 1030 oclock a m aad 12 oclock m on the premises proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the hollowing described property viz Lots NoJ 2 and 3 LotNo 1 contain 12 acre LotNo2 12 acre NQ3 56100 acre Said lots will Drat b4 offered as a whole and then separatelyand the bid producing the most money will be accepted Said lots are on thLaniaster piie one and a tpwn1E1lMSSaie made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the money tohiave the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest from dayotsai1wiIlia lien Reserved upon said property all the purchase money is paid T H COLLINS 11011 00 Commissioners Sale Flood Co Ac Plaintiff against Shelby Masters Ac Defendants Notice of Sate In Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sate of the Mud icon Court ren detect at the May term thereof 1900 in the above etyle cause the undersigned will o- nSaturday Aug 2809 between the hours of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on the premises on Lancaster pike near Richmond Ky proceed to expose to publU sale to the highest and best bidder the following dicribed property viz Lying in Madison county on the waters of TaylorsFork of Silver Creek beginning at a stone a corner to George lisle and wife at Au on plat thence with their line N 21 12 E204 poles to a stake near the end ofa stone fence corner to said Hale at 2istJll with his line N 07 W 744 poles to a slake an other corner to said Haleat3 thence S22I2V1240po1eStOa stake at east end of a stone fence a corner to Thomas Douglas it titbence with his line and the stone fence N 67 W 207 poles to a stake corner to said Donglasat 5 thence N 12 W 52 poles to stake hence N 18 W 21 5 poles loa large post corner to u wire tenre and Mrs Fife White thence withher line N28 12 E 1558 poles to a stake a corner to said Mrs White at 8 thence S 58 E 48 4 poles to a stake in Adam Greens line at Ui thence S 22 12 WV418 poles to a stone same corner and in all 478 poles to a stake fuel corner to the swap at 10 thence S 05 E 121C poles to a point in the center of Lancaster pike at 11 thence with center of the said pike S 31 W 58 3 poles to a stake in the center br8iid pike 8t12 thence S07I2 W4l8poleatc the beginning containin 99 acres be the same more or leac Or Iilumeidl1f quantity thereof to produce the sum ol 55 55283 the amount of moneyjsd ordered to be made and the costs Hereof TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The purchaser will be to give bond with approved secutitylnr the payment of the mpnoy to have the forco and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest from day 01 sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all tho pnrchaseLmojiey is paid TllCOI5iLINSMCMO C DoWitta Little Early Rlser the pleasant safe sure easy little liver pills A salvff you may always depend upon in any case where yoP need salve is Dewitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve especially good for PUce Soldby all druggists SPRING IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING Nothing Is daintier or prettier for spring or summer lingerie than Hand Work and Embroidery Miss Eva Robertsca- rries a full line of materials withstamp ing outfit and Trill le pleased to have htr iriends and patrons call Srtlsfaction guaranteed Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block Dr Robt C Bqggs Dentist t Telephonj267 Office in Olilbnm Building PivC HM inhart Graduate Veterinaij College 01 Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Office at Yngtn Samuels Stabla Telephone RICHMOND KY r Ok Dlt OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW UCHHOND KENTUCKY Office OH Secofid street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Sacceaaor to Bargin tDen- nyDENTIST Orer State BanK TrustCompsuy- TkLEPP0NE ce Dr F S Smith V s DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 205 AoaQILlVANr ATfI YAT g3tMoD DKTtJOXY 00Je rT JMn c DrnrrweT aI4ia 11111111 j 0 L p i I TI n O NT GM 0 K THiS HOT WEATHER jiis II f r T I Weliavti eyerjthing for lunch such as Gamied Chicken fine fpr It dads E VAa wJr9ur chickens iAkins ofD viledid Pottedk r IfiMeats Salad Dressings etc f 7 J T T Gouington Co Phone 72 232 West Main street t1 George English f 1 PLUMBING 1 l 1 l Doctor for l Gas and Gas oline Engines I Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works l for country and suburban homes r l 210JLJViwgtStreet Phone 619l 1 IOHMOND KENTUcKY I i Freeman Grider r Real Estate Fire Life Accident and LiabIityansurancerAents If you Avanfe kT sell your property list it withUhem V t Ifjoutwanfr tpiusure it see them Tr L V J If Ofllce over Eerrr Thoinas Dru StoreI = jt I r f The Schlegel Studio r Portraits Views and Enlarging Special attentionto Amatuer Work Calland see us Respectfully J McGaughey Moberley USE ANEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove qBecauseBecause it saves time Because it best cookingresults its flame can be instantlyBecause heat your kitchen Because it is better than the coal or wood stove Because its the only oil stove made with a useful Cabinet Top j like the modern steel reasons see stove at your dealers u rangeI write our nearest agency Made in three ISold with or without Cabinet Top OVSHOWS k = 51 6BIG The Si cannot bee for its brieht steady iimple construction Iand absolute safety EQuipped with latest improved burner Made ofbriS thrqughout and beautifully nickeled An ornament to any room bedroomVthe t STANDARB OIL COMPANY Incorporated P t StmSTATEDAYS NIGHTS Lamp K 3OOOO 11 nOISE I SHOWJArHDlHIPPODKOME aalroI I 100J F IN I PREMWMtJi I IN PAVILIoN IAImTFREE 25KKeiiimtidc lIaWMMHfK C014Lq s J RATESIPOX Ab 4JW NEWMANotr r 32 taut Jo l4g L IOUI SV c c 14 1i r h L c i J u d i11 L Do pringngs Brussels Wilton Velvets and 9x 12 Axmihster Best as I sortment ever brought Ito this city See themlBfefore you pur chase t ENNETT and HIGGiNS 0 11ephonest ppspp p Sn p INK ABOUT THIS AX yen affjrd to delay matters kF what avail is procasti naUon T best in a tew weeks prices will be higher ET us therefore have your order now JET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly Telephone 110 ex Red Ash Jellico We have the exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ourd is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblyless Full Weight or Coal Forfeited IL H Luxon Bro jeing and Cleaning Dye will no Ioff or stain Wok guaranteed Bell Breck Phone 349 The Richmond Steam Laundry t your service Call or ring 62 aI When you come to the lair get ool dinner at Uiccis on Main street Everything good Quick service Farm of about 140 acres on Silver reek All improvements For terms tc Apply to Mrs Minerva Barnes 3t LFP Not For Rent Store room on First St Suitable for any kind of business Apply at tf v A Dobrojvsky White Plymouth Rocks For Sale I have a few nice white Plymouth Rock Pullets and cockrels for sale O D Miller JIII Richmond Ky For Sale or Rent Farm of six acres on Big Hill pike jast o1 hid city limits Well mproved awl watered Good dwelling and out buildings Possession Jan I Apply within ten days to Mrs M D Coflield or BBUoen at Kingston 2t Large Farm Wanted I have a buyer for a large farm in either Madison or Fayette countvmust b 01 ndmnrovedind near a cooH Mvn Wite me at one W T Kwing t HarrodsburgKy Notice to TaxPayers Taxes ar now riu anti wo will be pVaseil if all will rail and settle at once The penalty will be added as prescribed by law Jtaxes are nqt paid t promptly There is no reason let put ting this off es taxes must be paid P B Broaddus S M 0 81841 Baby Morphine Fiends arc made by nil soothing syrups and bab medicines that contain opium and narcotics McGees Baby Elixir contains no injurious or narcotic drngb of any kind A sure and safe cure for disordered stomachsr bowels and tfulnesssplendid for teething infants Sold by Perryand Thomas Luxuries for the Bath are here in complete Tariely BrBsfyM of all kinds Silky sponges ibferjaope ters and all the dainty eoaps and toilet waters worth having We want you W oee them and we know you 1I1t on ii perceive how their uw will make QM ljathdaintier and mere Afte illfrWHIT WIN HI1l Wtrr 1 Around Town 1 The fair begins today Wednesday Everybody is coming to the great Richmond fair this week Another excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday Fare for round trip 176 Homegrown watermelons are plentiful and delicious The crop is an aver age one The horses worked in the city carts now strut in new harness the old ones having burned in the big fire Cantaloupes are plentiful but most of them are about as devoid of taste as cold soup or an old maids kiss You cant get a better dinner any where than at Riccis on Main street E verythitg nice served in best style Quick service No 27 the Louisville train jumped the track near Rowland Thursday delaying all trains for more than ight hours No one hurt The fire department is now quartered iu rear of the City Hall building oil IJiret St Everything is in good shape to make quick response to alarms Miss Annie Soper aud Mr Hubert Nicely were married in this city last week The bride is the handsome daughter ot Mr aud Mrs Charles Soper of near Kingston and isquite popular among her many fi lends The groom is a prosperous and popular merchant at Berea Union Services The unian services will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday evening at 745 The public is most cordially Invited to attend Fur Will Not Fly The wets aud drys at Stanford got together and agreed to hold no election on the liquor question at present thus preventing what would have been an excititing contest New Passenger Agent H F Gary has been appointed gen eral passenger agent for the Southern Railway with headquarters at Wash ington Mr Gary is an experienced1 rail road man and very popular Mules Sold At Lexington Friday Gentry Thompson sold to Ira Sharpof Illinois a pair of bay mare mules one of them two andthe other three years old for eight hundred dollars Enjoyable Event Tue lawn fete given at the parsonage of the Catholic church Wednesday evening was well attended awl allen joyed the event very mnch Delight ful refreshments were served and thn Richmond Military Baud discoursed eweet music A neat sum was realize Big Crowd at Estill A large crowd of people are epjoying the many luxuries and comforts at od Efetill Springs It is a congenial crowd and many entertainments are planned to make a stay there most delightful Richmond and Madison county are well represnted in the throng Opera House Manager Baxter was lucky in book ing the company playing nt the opera house this week It is one of the best repertoire companies ever here and it lelightinc the people Good crowi atend each night The bills are strong while the characters are played ir splendid manner v Drawing Big Crowds Tho moving picture shows at the Prlnwsi Rink are drawing big crowds and are giving great satis faction The films are all new and very interesting The machinery is new anit there are none of the annoying delays tome times experienced at movin picture shows Over 300 paid admissions were leglstcred Saturday nipht Edna JMay The WinnerI Edna Kay the champlonBhow nnr owned by Mrs ltcharU Taskfi Lowndes of Danville won the 1000 saddle stake at the Lexington fair las week over a number competitors The day before she won a large purse which Mrs Lowtides donated to the Civic League of Lexington The a Ire waa ridden by Mat S Cohen Begins Today The Madison County Fair begins this laeraiug and indicaioa to the tfjtNtandbest show ever given at the SotW rounds The entries iaelwte JrmaHoyer the State iJytbe HiQif prominent stockmen in ctioa will be oa hand witn theirI SfiligB Xuaic will be the Richmond Military Band atR tn afed by musicians IrOfD Fr nkfort l baud tht caBnot fa nra oIItoI ttIif IMPLIi irj i r dW- TpmCovington Banks4 e if Joys Wash Pants Li iIA7jT I A Pair V Reduced from 25 and 50 cents IAbout75 pairs White Duck White Pique Linen Crash and other desirable y fabrics that sold for 25 35 and 50 cents j choice while they last J7c a pair q- J Rompers Reduced v Keystone Brand The buttons stay lon seams do notrip quality good throughout 4 I 50 cents for 39 75 cents for 59 DROP Boys Wash Suits 3975c Suitsfor COVI NCTON BAN KS= THE STORE FOR T QUALITY ZZZZIL + + SZJ rnCall up C W Cobb at Red H9use KYt for Country Hams Country Bacon Coun try Lard the kind your mother had Phone 2462 Big Cattle Sale A splendid lot of export cattle wore shipped from this city Saturday They went direct to Newport News M 0 Covington bought 108 bead lot S Jt 8 averaging 1420 at 10 W H Park 83ld 76 head to Bales average 1400 at S6 Walter Park sold to Simon Weil 75 head averaging 1433 at 6 T J Curtis Son sold to Bales 66 bead average 1425 at 010 City Property Sold The three houses advertised in last issue of The Climax were sold Satur day by Mr Steve Shanks for his brother Milo Thev are situated on Fifth street The corner house and the cottage were bought by Emil Loriach price for former 51575 the latter bringing 1385 The two story house was bought by Jell Stone price 1275 LongTotn Chenatilt was the auctioneer A Beautiful Store V Ricci has moved into his new store on Main and Second streets and is ready for business The entire building has been overhauled the painter carpenter and decorator hay ing made it into OM cf the prettiest standsin town His facilities for cou ducting the restaurant are unsurpassed and he is prepared to serve the public promptly and in the best style Call and see him Watermelon Sherbert This is beautiful as it is palatable First carefully scrape the red pulE from a ripe melon saving alHhe juice to two quarts of tbeJiquid and pulp add one cupful of sugar and one rniuced pecans when paitly frozen stir in the beaten wliitcsof two eggs and finish Serve in V melon shel resting on a matof leaves Womani Home Companion for June Moving Pictures At the roller Princess Rink If you want to see something for lte money come ladies gentlemen and children We will have electric fans running and wjll try to keep you as comfortable as possible as well as furnish you high class amusement Just think of what you can see for five cents If you dont think you have gotten your moneys worth come to the box office and it will be refunded Opens Wed nesday Aug 11 WewIH continue for some time It will be run in the name Star Theatre Boosting The Fair Lexington H raJdiJ J Neal former president Madison County Fair Association and now a director was in the city Saturday attending the Blue Grass Fair aadln cidentally boosting his home fair which will begin a three days exhl bitiOn next Wednesday August 18 A C Scanlon who is quite well known in Lexingtons business and social circles is president of the HichriioW Fair this year an J David Dunn Secretary The rings are all well filled Mr Neal says and the prospects are fora very successful exhibition A flret claBSf substantial dinner can I 11IJ Jiati JH Rlcetji OH J la 8ti SpeciuJ 13 t Ittliift atl 0W ClffyMi State Aid To Good RoadsHarry Som mers Telling Points Here are a few telling extracts from the Paris cpeech ol Harry A Sommers editor of the Elizabethtown News on thitt question ofarnenrHng the conetiln ion so that Stateaid can fee given to ood ronia In counties too poor to build them ADVANTAGES OF GOOD ROADS That good roads shorten travel destroy farm isolation increase value of farms save vehicles help schools and contend for flr t place with railroads as great civilizefs is not disputed It would also be impossible to fine an intelligent man who dora not realize in part at loast the great cost of bad roads COST Of BAt ROADS They cost more annually to the far mers of the United States than is expended by the Federal Government for our rivers and harbors more than all the churches in our country contribute to Christianize the heathen as much as all the States in the Union expend for dlOoleducation HOW ROADS INCREASE VALUE From a careful reading of reports from various State Roads Commissions and from the Public Roads Depart merit of the United Stnte1Government I iiraBatirfid that the changing of a mud road to a good turnpike road in crease the value of land alongside of it not less than 25 per cent I do not oelievejhat von farmers in Bourbon county or anywhere esa in this fa vored section would have your turn pikts torn up and go back to mud roads for 25 per cent of the present value of your firms Let me tell you that the Blue Grass people live in revenue paying counties largely because they have turnpikes I have carelully gone over the Auditors last report and I could name you ten Blue Graps counties which would not be revenue paying counties if they did not have turnpikes and I could name you twentv nonrevenue paying counties which Wiinld yield niore to thieS ate Trcaaury than they draw out if Iheyl7ad turnpikes OUR DUTY TO OTHERS What would vou think ol A rich old bachelor in your community who lived in a handsome home and owned several of your bluegraes fur ins who declared that lie would notpay a city school tax becausa lie did uit have any children to educate You would say that he was not a pnblicspiited citizen and took no Interest in the welfare of the community What would ycd say ol the man who because he had a turnpike road in front nf his ddorre fused to pay road tax to build other turnpikes in the count What will you say ota county which would act selfish 011 this proposition in regards to the rest of theState The greatcUv of Louisville which pays as much inocey into the State Treasury qs all the rest of the revenue paying counties dp combined is nejirlily and warmly in favor of this i amendment ana will give it an ovr- whelming majority in Novembtr I do not believethiey are any tribre patri otic or publicspirited in Louisville than you neople of the Bluegrass and believe that wlien you go tothe polls in November you will vote for the good of Kentucky for its development its progiess and its advancement by TOt jng for the good roais admendtnent Bob White Reports are coming from all over th country that thU Vears crop ot part ridges will be the shortest ever known and that the Nfmrocis wtllb itllyMbWe Cotlonlailfi this fall The shortage in the Huail crop Is attributed tothiexceaalyio rain in the e rJnIC trliUta ttrfwii tbt imiirtofcfc AgeeEngle Mr Wallace Agee and Miss Lillie Engle both of this city were married at the residence of Rev Hugh MeLd Ian Tuesday evening The wedding was a great surprise to even their nearest friends as they kept their in tentions closely guarded The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs R G Engle on Second St the groom is n leading barber Was Known Here Clint Armstrong who was police judge at Lancaster for severalYears comitted suicide in that city Friday night by shooting He left a note ex plaining that he was driven to the deed by ill health and being penniless mud crippled For many year he wasa traveling salesman and was well known in this city He was the son nf the late Dri Armstrong of Bryantsville and was never marriid Arrest The Loafers A special from Frankfort says the chief of police of that city has beer ordered to nrrett every loafer whiti or black in that city The order it the result of the city being unable t J secure hands to work on the roadway leading to the camp to be occupied by the Firsth- and Second regiments Ken fucky State Guard who will bncamr there soon This older should be Issued in every town Make en work for the town if they will not work for themselves Mail Order Edibles A visit marie some time ago by the health officers ol Chicago to a factory where canoed goods were prepared for the mail order trade dficlosed the fact that it was a rank artificial food factory Tomato catsups were made from pumpkin pulp strawberry and rasp berry jam was made from glucose starch and the only evidence of fruits were a lot of dried apple peelings and cores which were used as a base lbe seed supposed to be the berry seede was grass seed the natural ccl tiring was coal tar cjyts and in the whole thing was a fiaud factory frqm start to finish Seveial thousand cans of fruit were found These were old several years perhaps auUlhc labels dirty showing their age From these their labels vqe removed and new Utica put O these goods were dead stock on the luiiiiuldctutcis handd until bouglil for a mere song by tin mallorder concern For Our Young People The Model SJiool which is an in tegialpartcf the Eastern Kentucky State Normal iu our city will open on September 7ih with brightprospccts Au excellent corps of teachers has been arranged for every facility for lhe proper training ot boys null girls is maintained Time demands made on at the present time compel Viemtol have what muht be termed aim all round traiiiinx This training pre parestheiu to meet eVery emergency in all phases of modern times The need of Latin and Greek has been sur passed by the demand for scientific training commercial tiaining and in some casts en elementary courte hi manual training Alfof tbesd courses have been providtd for in fne Model cbool for tim doming year After the first of next January the Modal School will ICIUPJ the new building which is being erected on Lancaster avenue and which hiss been named The RaricVevel Roark Build lug Every plan known to modern school architecture has beeR carried out In the gcostmnchionoI this building Time beating lighting and ventilating of the building is perfect in every detail andthtbtiaUli and comfort p eVery utlli btfelrlh4 H jS j S 6 t if fr TT BIG IN t5 2y In order to close out a surplus of Boys Wash Suits we quote for ten days prices as follows 50ct Suits for Suits for 59 1 Suits for 79 S 2 129 4 These are brand new goods made in- the latest stylos and are shown in a van ety of very attractive patterns it r i zEDI rlOfficial Dates For Ball I Games Here IwithShelbvville I I Tuesday 24tli with Frankfort t L uiJ Dove of Peace Descends A dispatch from Winchester says The war between time Burley Society and the American Society of Equity is over and the two organizations will work in harmony in pooling tha 1009 crop under the control of the Burley Tobacco Society if the agreement reached hero this afternoon is ratified by the State and National organiza tions of time Society of Equity According to the terms of the agfte ment the Burley Tobacco Society will pay the Americau Society of Equity 10000 for its help iu pooling the 1009 crop to bo divided equally between the National and State unions S30CO ot this sum toCe paul October 1 if the pool is a success and 5000 when the 1009 crop is sold thu whole amount to be chargeable to the 1009 crop In all counties where there are local unions of the American Society of Equity the Burley Tobacco Society will pay to such union foe every hogshead of tobacco pooled in that county The Burley Tobacco Society agrees to adopt a bylaw fixing a max imum price for prizing all pooled to bacco It also agrees to adopt a bylaw providing that all money coming Into the hands of the central office ot the Burley Tobacco cioty from the sale of tobacco shall bo paidtothe county boards of control to which it belongs within ten days after it is received from the buyers Dont Swallow Drugs to Cure Catarrah Hyomci is a germ killing vapor of air which when breathed either through the mouth or nose will kill catarrah germs and sooth and heal the inllamcd and mutilated membrane Hyome is sucia powerful germ destroyer that it penetrates every fold and crevice of the membrane of the nose and throat Andit kills the catarrah germs because it gets where those health destroyers are Ilyomeiia pleasant To use it is made front concentrated extract of pine and eucalyptus taken from tree in inland Australia whore catarrab was never known Breathe in this pleasant healing yet germ killing air youll like t use Hyomei through a small hard rubber inhaler that comes with each outfit and relief will come quickly Hyomei 5s guaranteed by L Middelton to cure cat rrah or money back It gives most wonderful relief tp consumptives A complete out lit which includes an Inhaler a bottle of Hyomei and aimplo instructions for use costs f1 and extra botth if afterward needed costs 50 cents Lending druggists everywhere sol Hvomel MIONACures It relieves stomach iaerysOmir stow nth bs1cb1n ia4 c all P dll rAM flf nlnw fit ti in Uf Big Time at Lexington Irfss Day at time Lexington lair Friday proved a big drawing card and a great gathering of scribes were on hand Secretary Jouett Shouse did everything for the comfort of the news paper men and their wives and they will never forget liis kindness The luncheon was delightful and greatly en joyed The fair was a reat success financially and otherwise The crowds were large each day and the show of stock better than ever before Mr Shouse was free to say that the secret of this great success was due to the liberal use of newspaper advertising as in this way the public was apprised of time fair and its many attractions City to Build The City Council with a spirit ol progressiveness commendable indeed advertised for bids on construction of ahomelor the fire department im mediately after the big fire which de stroyed the house used heretofore This was a wise move as the city would Boon pay out enough in rents to pay for time new house The location of tIme now house will be on Irvine St adjoining the city hall making it hot ter in many ways as time horses will avoid the heavy pull in getting a start experienced at old quarters The council is to be commended for this uiova as it will not only be better forth department but will save much money in the long run R Ht Swoffield of the Globe Tailoring Co Cinctnnati will be here on August 23 and 24 at J B Stouffers Finest line of Suitings Overcoatings and Trouserings ever opened in the city Call and see him To Vote in November- It is not generally known but a matter will come up at the November election which is of greater im portance to the people of Kentucky than any question Before them in many years The Climax refers to the vote on amendment to the con stitution which will allow counties unable to build roads to receive heir from the State In other words the State of Kentucky will be psrmittci to assist poor counties to construct highways As is well known the most valua blo coal and timber lands in the State lie in counties too poor to build roads These are of more value to our state than any other resources In some instances the building of railroads to these points is out of the question Now if the counties cu have highways over which to haul these pro ducts to the railroads youwill readily see wha it means to the state By adopting the amendment to the constitution these counties can secure enough assistance to build the roads The counties have notenough taxable property to rahc sufficient funds to pay this cost Then again if the enIhancesand Instead of remaining pauper counties they will soon be among those paying good sums Into the State treasury every year Tula is a plain proposition and the Climax trusts that the voters will remember the importance of voting for the amendment As it takes twothirds otetacarry it Is very Important that all vote S Rooms For Rent 532 W M in St Three desirable room flultable for light housekeeping Modern improvements Phone 215 pasdsslcn n once b 12i Hti ti Jtete A Good Company Very Good Fine iYou bet I enjoyed it were exclamations which wore heard whoa the audience left the opera house after witnessing the opening performance of the Lillian Marr Co on Monday night It was a good sized audience and they en joyed the evening and rightly too for it was a tine performance of an excel lent play by a good company The play was entities Daughter of Dixie and Miss Marr in the title role displayed an unusual talent Her work was very good and the chum ing way in which she handled the part won her right over to the audience She was ably supported byan ex cellent company headed by Sydney Morris anll Roy Barkson The sur priso of the evening occurred when Miss Marr sang It has been some timeisince EC beautiful a voice bal been heard here and it was not ex pected in a popular priced attraction- It is a rare combination emotional acting abllltyand a oparatic soprano and the audience cnjoycil t to its fullest extent The specialties were new clean and uptodate anti this company should pack the house every night Grand Master Here ftrand Master Jco B Carroll of New Castle was hero this week and made an official Visit to local lodge Odd Follows In an address to the brethren he complimented the lodge verymuch both on its work and progressiveness v 0Will Btgi at Once Wni Farris representative of the Farris Bridge Co Piltsbunr Pa was in the city yesterday and told Tba Climax that work on the new bridge at Irvine woud be commenced at once This company bas tie contract for the work Time bldh will be located 1000 or 1500 feet above the railroad bridge In order to secure a good approach from this side the Campbell farm w- abonghmtntacosto4000 This wakes the approach perfect The entire cost the bridge will be about 25000 it IOf be of steel and iron and one oi best in Central Kentucky Thi- bridcois onq of the greatest improve megs ever made fa that section as I- twillireatly facilitate travel tQS nothiae of th io AtiaMl le value it will be to hauling The contractors hope to have it ready for travel by Christmas TJieplans for the bridge were made by HlXLe4 of Irvine who te employed as superinteadeBt aMd iiRipe r of the fori br Irvine Toll Brideo Cot tie was 15 Iierl1Ytster d 1lid tUldtlMCliBs that the work old ld hbtid Ith tiiitctf f L J A Grateful Soldier Editor Climax A few days ago the writer in passing through our Cemetery was addressed by a niiO looking gentlemana stranger who said I have always heard that there were monuments in these grounds which were struck by musket balls during the battle but I cannot find them The writer responded that the vast majority of the monuments had been erected at a later period but I thought I could show him one monument that still had the marks of the struggle of nearly 37 years ago In walking back to the monument of Andre Barthe with the stranger I found that he had been a participant in that battle and after all these years had come backto look over the ground He had driven out to MtZion and gone all over the beginning place of the struggle He told me how after being ordered to fall back he raised up and fired his gun at tho Confederate forces who were rushingJ at his command with the famous Rebel Yelland had received a bullet which went entirely through his thigh how he reeled nnd fell how then a young Confederate soldier passing had at his request cut tho cord from hid canteen and tying it around his limit above the wound had stopped the flow of blood how he was brought the next day after spending the night in tho old church yard to the Madison Institute and nursed back to health He said with a tender chord in his voice and moisture in his eyes I found below a grave where I lingered some time with tender memories for the one gonea slip of a girl she was to me but oh how kind I shall never forget Susie White and her mother and Naunie Willis It was into thes hands that I fell I remember well the first night on time 11111 Many tf the boys diet that night and nil were nearly dead from thirst but about IU oclock p mMrs White came with buckets of water nod gave it to us filth oh bow thankful wo were Tliesn ladies did all they could for us ant they are all gone Mr Editor I write this interview be canse it seems to be so worthy ofbeing remembered may prove of interest to someone and tLcn it testifies to tho fact that a cup of cold water given m Ills name hath its reward B Business Change Mr Stonewall Norman has bought the poultry and produce business of Vaughn Neff on Main street and will continue business at theold stand Mr Norman who formerly resided at Paint Lick is well known in our city having attended Central University and visited here quite often The Climax predicts succeesfor Mr Norman Francis Fountain Moved In order to lay time now concrete pavements around tho court houso yard it was necessary to move thu Francis fountain about ten feet further down Main street It was placed nu nearer out on Main but ten feet lower on First slreef This gives the orna ment a better position as it is not so near time trees Fine Dinner At Fair The dinner at the fair grounds will be served by the ladies interested in the Pattie A Clay Infirmary and Tie Climax can assure the public that ai will be thoroughly satisfied and d lighted who take their meals there Tickets lor the three days or thn o meals will be soldfor only one dollar Single meals 50 cents Tickets are on sale at alt drug stores and at Mol ees The ladles have worked untiringly and bave secured every substantial and many delicacies for these dinners As stated above the entire proceeds are for the Pattie A Clay Inf1 mary and you will be assisting a noble work byr baying tlieso ticket 5k teat dining ti mJibe lttl1 upCatt1bth maed 1tll rremptly t0 HT 1j JaBEstablished Clothing and Tailoring House Richmond Harvest Season is here and when in need T Pfa machine dont forget that we handle the DeeriM Binders o and Mowers the machine noted for its light draft and durability Ooode Curtis The Model School OPENS TuesdaySeptember 7 1909 With a Strong Faculty all Departments In High School JJniyersity trained teacherjs experienced training s oung people for cot lege entrance a well equipped library exten she laboratories for Science work new build ings well ventillated heated and lighted athletic field and gymnasium under careof Chicago University man Shorthand Typewriting and Bookkeeping by a practical commercial teacher Primaryand intermediate grades are under competent and experienced teachers the closest attention and most thorough super vision given to childoen placed in our careVFor terms and other information call on or address T VVt d The Model SchoolRICHMOND KENTUCKY IT GIVES THEBES3C RESULTS msMIThN1IICOREa HOLDS IN ANY P05ITJoN We make a Specialty of Fitting k Trusses e17yS and Thomas j r VV t TTtijiClothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES toIShrink or Fade bO years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods StoufferOldest in in in Editorial From CourierJour nal August 8 J909 Southern Life Insurance From time to timo there comes along substantial testimonial of the DevcJopment Opportunitiescome arid go unheeded are now caught and nailed down Lanquid indifference more frequently than formerly andII enIress came recently with the announce ment that plans are under way for the organization of a great life insurance company for the South with head significantreceived by the many as seriously as sincerelyTwthe announcement would have met with scant welcome Today it seems to have been received with a cordial ity not unmixed withenthusiasm Men recognize in it an agencyof benefit for both Kentucky and the Southand consequently a personal friendThe moment the swaddling clcthes were ripped off the Citizens National Lifo Insusanco Companyan organization which is to have 5000000 of capital stock and 5000000 of surplus peoplo began to lift up their Leads and take notice Since then it is de dared letters and telegrams have poured in on the promoters from every section of tho South actually wishing Godspeed to the enterprise That the interest has not boon limited to merely vprboso sentiment is demonstrated by the substantial financial support proffered with every ar rival of the mall The man who is even more than a casual student of current events is impressed when introduced to the magnitude of the life insurance business in the United States Out of apparently bewildering volumes of statistics he can readily gain how ever a conception dazzling in im impressiveness and particularly useful in an understandable contempla tion of the real meaning to the territory south of the Mason and Dixon line of the establishment there in of the proposed Citizens National Life It is well to bear in mind that the Eastin particular has until most re cent years enjoyed what mayalmost be discribcd as a monopoly cf the life insurance business While Easterners have drawn with tremendous profit to themselves tho money from Southernpolicyholders they must also be credited with possessing in creasing faith in life insurance- In 1873 the total amount to policies reported to the New York Insurance Department was 2086027178 This total has increased at the end of 1008 Cityslife1908 1725000000 Hartford Conn has a population of 80000 It had life insurance assets in 1008 of 260 000000 Montpelier Vt has a population of 7000 and in 1908 had life insurance assets of 44000000 or flguieshowever significance until contrasted with Louisvilles aggregate life insurance assets in 1908 about 2000000 with a population of about 250000 There Is no end to life evidence protabfewant to turn eternally to New York when wo study things financial One prominentNew York company twenty years ago had a little over 6000000 of assets Its statement showed assets in 1908 of 230000000 and the assets have probably increased to about a quarter of a billion dollars today Four prominent metropoli tan life insurance companies in 1908 bad a total income of 337837188 Allowingtbrea hundred busiaesa days fortlMyMT this means that ttasB fcopULi ftlofte pu p kroBf k ti IXI rrk 1 AMi gsNot Coor Hair Ayers HAir Vigor as now made From our new improved formula does notstain or color 3 the hair even to the slightest degree Gray hair white hair blonde hair is not made a shade darker But it certainlyj docs stop falling hair question about that Dos not charge tfte color of tire hair 4qer UlAKltUCBCb bOttlO Uow it io your doctor Aik hint abO- ntthendosboIIJI it Indeed we believe it will stop every case of falling hair unless there is somcvery unusual complication something greatly affecting the general health Then you should consultyour physician Also ask iim about the new Ayers Vigor r f clal and business system last year upwards of 1126000 every day Inllanapolis which is onlyII little over 100 mllcs from Louisville has something like twenty life insurance companies and the business in Indiana has been growing fast The amount paid for life Insurance premiums in Kentucky last year was 7275822 and the South is now pay logout for life insurance about sixty millions of dollars annually Kentucky should have a big life in Durance company It js the first Southern State to offer to policy lolders the guaranteoof a cornpulsoi reserve deposit law The statute now n effect was enacted March 24 1QCG It provides that every domestic life insurance company must deposit with the State Ireasurer for the security end benefit of all its policyholders an amount equal to or greater than the ascertained net cash value of all such companys policies in force It is worthyof note that the men who fought for thislaw were the managers of the Citizens Life Insurance Com panyand the same gentlemen who are now promoting the Citizens National Life The plan in brief of the Citizens National Life Insurance Co is first to merge into it tho Citizens Life Insurance Co As already indicated the same men who during the vast live years have made life Insurance history through the exceptional development of the latter company are the guiding spirits of the new organization The further purpose of the new company is to take over other companies of the South and elsewhere which may decide to discontinue business or may find it more profitable to consolidate with a company of great strength There seems to be nothing impracti cubIc about the plan nor does it ap pear where anything but advantage can come to the policyholders and stockholders of the Citizens Life of anyother companies which may be merged ipto the new company No doubt the stockholders will see to it that a thoroughly equitable arrange mont is carried out for the exchange of holders in any existing company for stock in the new corporation It is pointed out to policyholders of the Citizens Life in particular and the same conditions must apply to the policyholders of any other company merged into the bigcompanythat the consolidation will mean to them insurance in oneof the strongest companies in the country and for that matter in the world There are purchasers of life insur ance who do not care particularly for a big company Some on the other hand will insure in no other kind but no one objects specially to a big conu any wheu seeking life insurance protection Thus the n jw companv will not only secure business from those who are content to buy insur ance from a small company but to those who want to purchase very large or oven small policies and de mand great financial strength it will IsIa significance to the general public in the organization of a ten million dollar insurance company in the South mUan added local interest when it is considered that Kentucky will bo the homo office of presidentthe guiding geniuses in the advance ment of the new company has in a recent letter to the policyholders of his own company called particular at tention to what might be styled the Southern phase of the situation The points cannot be well stated more clearly and we quote from his lettcr bySouthernof this company is the check it will put on the How of millions of dollars annually in life insurance premiums from the South to the North and East I believe confidently that this will be ono of the greatest things ever done financially for the South The South is coming to the front It is making more progress than any other section in the country South ern people have been awakened to the theyblndbusiness the cotton mills for in stance The South once sent Its pot ton to New England There it was manufactured and sent back and sold at a goodly profit The South paid the freight to New England on the raw material paid the freight back on the finished product and paid the manufacturer in New England a profit on the goods handled aud capital invested to say nothingof the millions and millions of dollars left there to changingof twenty one millions once invested in cotton mills in the South has In recent years Increased to three hun dred millions The people of the appreciatejust yetnppteclateprobably do not know that every panic this country has experienced years has been checked and stopped by the cotton crap The people who raise cotton are a power And they are beginning tr lzei4nd eilnidle insurance worldVThe thing that wo Avish to accom pUsh now h to have a company strong enough to take care of the immense voume of business in the South You can appreciate just what that means At the time Citizens Life was organized the Southern JIfe insurance companies had practically no business on their books Yon may be surprised therefore when tull you that the Southern companies to tttu are earring nearly of billion of dollars of Ufa insurance The amount is stupemloJf yet U onlyabout 3 per cCnt of the total amount of insurance carried in tie United States The big banks of the North and East have teen built up largely by life insurance money wjth tht Soutu all those years paying the freight as it were and tho batiks themselves have ia turn been a powerful factor in the commercial development of the North and East Yet the South pays nt enough tnnt v each year In pre niums for life insura ice io buildup some of the strongest banks ia the world in the South abe business associates and the friends of Mi Gregory Helm Bruce fharles D Pearce and the other gen tlemen who are striving industrious ly for the success of this great outer prise have confidence in their ability to it out Kentucky will apparently have every rood reason to pride herself on being able to furnish the home for the company But greatest good will come to largest number by people of the South being able to lay claim to one more great a nd powerful institution de stined to go generations to come as a monument erected to Southland development and enter priseVSIX GREAT DAYS Bpeclal Day Program at the Kentucky State Fair The special day program Is one of the most interesting parts of the State Fair It will bring many additional thousands of visitors to the Fair Fred W Keisker Is the general chairman ot the special days committee MonO day Sept 13th the first day will bo known as school childrens day and Louisville Times day Prof1 G Grabbe state superintendent of public Instruction who has been made chairman of this days progam will make an extraordinary effort to secure a record breaking attendance of school children from the city of Louisville and state of Kentucky As this is the opening day the ceremonies will likely Include An address by the governor and a number of other distinguished speakers are exp cted to honor tfce Fair with their presence on this oc asionAs the naming of each day for the dally papers of Louisville Is an Inno vation In the Special Day program each paper will try to make Its day the biggest and the power of the press once wielded In behalf of an In stitution like this can bring tremen dous results Mr Robert W Brown managing editor of the Times Is vice chairman for the first day Tuesday Sept 14 will be Fraternal Day and Louisville Herald Day Mr Charles B Norton Is chairman and Mr George A Newman editor of the Herald Is vice chairman All the leading fraternal organiza lions In the state will be asked to join In a grand parade and make this a general reunion or common meeting ground for all the fraternal organiza tions within the state On this day the judging of all departments will be gin Horses and mules and attle will be exhibited in the livestock pavilion The sheep swine poultry and other departments will bo judged in sepa rate arenas within their department enclosures Wednesday Sept 15 will be Louis ville and Southern Indiana Day and CourierJournal Day Mayor James F Grinstead of Louisville will be chair man Mayor Jacob Best of New Al bany Mayor E N Flynn of Jefferson vllle and Graham Vreeland managing editor of the CourierJournal vrlll be vice chairmen The mayor of Louis villo and the mayors of the two neigh- borIng cities across the river will each Issue a halfholiday proclamation Some of the best horse rings of the dI1YAlsocattle Ayrshlre cattle Duroc and Chester White swine Hampshire Cotswold and Dorset sheep will be alwaysbroughtfairs has been very appropriately des- Ignated as Kentucky Day Press Day and Good Roads Day More Kentuck lana will be seen together than on any yearMr4Kentucky Press Association Is chair man of the day and will have asso- cIated with him all the active and publicspirited newspaper men of the state which alone should make It a banner day Hon Joseph F Bpsworth president of the Kentucky Good Roads Assocla tion is vice chairman As an active campaign for the good roads amend wngedthroughout it Is likely that some of the big guns for this much needed public Improve ment will open their first fire at this meeting President Bosworth believes that nearly all the good roads enthu stasis In the state which equal a good sized army will be on hand Several rings of horses will be shown In the pavilion and Shorthorn cattle Hamp shire Tamworth and Yorkshlroswlne American Merino Delaine Merino Ramboulllet Lincoln and Cheylot sheep and Angora goats will be judged Friday Sept 17th will be Equity GrangeDayM Barnett president of the American Society of Equity will be chairman and F P Wolcott master of the Ken tucky State Grange and Mr BoyI G Boyle managing editor of the Post are vice chairmen This should c6r talnly be la if armors day and If all In dicatlons do not fall the Sons of the Soil will be out In greater numbers than was ever Known before The to patchtheIcy section lire all coming strong and each will try to outnumber the other noblobandworked wonders for the bettenrient of agricultural industry In this country will likely attend In goodly numbers JudgIngwlll be concluded this day and In the afternoon there will lie a grand parade tal1 livestock winners In the Livestock pavilion These animals win be decorated with ribbons worn at this expositionspleasing sight for Fair visitors and especially enthusiastic Joyers of blood ed stock Saturday the last day will be Ev erybodys Day and all who have not been included In the foregoing days may be very aptly classed in thls otherJnfortrifllotiOftbrV iHa w JIIt L An Indigestion Remedy Many people who are otherwise healthy s from indigestion or- dyspepsm When you consider that the and allied digestive or gans are the most important organs of the body it would seem that a dis order there is to be taken very ser iouslyDyspeptics cannot cat the things they like food sours In the stomach then chronic constipation begins or as Is often the case you have been constipated all along and the stools arc forced and Irregular But there Is co use letting indigestion go until it becomes chronic and under mines your health It is good advice to suggest to you that you go to drug and get a bottle of Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin the wonderful cure for stomach Jive and bowel troubles That Is what C Fowler of Carson City Web did and he is weB today Others who did the SAme and are cured are Ida A For of Grand Junction Teaa n F Thompson of eRa doa1l1a who ac tuaUy coneldera that Jtlllved his life You can obtain a BOcent or 1 bottle of the druggltlt and taken according to rection It probably be all you need It Is a liquid acts never gripes and besides the laxative effect contains exceptional tonic properties which tone the and that is what ia et needed in All sufferers from Indigestion who have never used Dr Pepsin can obtain a free test bottle by writing the doctor It wilt be sent direct to yoW home without any charge In this way thousands have proven to their own sat isfaction Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is the very remedy they needed to cure digestion When once you use this grand remedy you will throw violent cathartics tablets salts etc away If there Is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and be will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service The address Is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Montlcello Ill STOCKTON HAGAN Resumed Business Having been out of the paintinR and paper business for about four years have decided to again resume this class t work and use this method to ask a share of your patronage guarantee ing first cass work in every respect Tte people of Richmond and Madison county are familiar with my work such as piper hanging painting var nishing etc I shall take great pleasue in making estimates on any work you may desire in this line no matter how small the job Keep splendid line of wall paper from which to select Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your future business I am Respectfully W L Leeds 141 Second St tf Richmond Ky CurcdUay fever and Summer Cold A S Nusbadm Batcsville Ind writes Last year I suffered for 3 months with a summer cold so dis tressing that it Interfere with mv business I bad many of the sympl- oms of hay fever and a doctors pro scription did not reach my case and took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate it Fortunately I insisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar It quickly cured me My wife has since used it with the same success For chronic coughs and lung trouble ithas no equal Re fuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son alm- If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth geti J W Shearer White Hall KyV to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Life In surauce 0 will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good Improved farm lands on Mortgage Applyto J C Chonanlt Attv GOtf Richmond Ky Mm InlHoii RichmondKy ik m DO its sf11V Next Session OpensV Sept14V For Catalog WriteV J B Cassiday Richmond Kentucky H C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits Che Patr nogc of the Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky I NEW I livery round tr- ipaiirsIlVI Via Noifolk awl 0 S 28130j I Going Rail and Ocean RetuiningII alL MrJ V IjiCuriagi Verb B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runbouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them on an absolute of Prices Always Lowest For Sale- A No 1 carriage in good condition practically new for sale cheap Also a two seat trap which may likewise be bought at a bargain May be seen at Richmond Motor Plumbing Co If A C Scanlan B Bolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery WePuOnTheV Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For Fimclu lorHiklfig Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street It is always cheapest in the long run to vet the best We do the very b- estConcrete WorkGive us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied R K Stone Phone 432 WALL PAPER We have added to our busi ness a liueof Wall Paper con sisting of the1 Latest and IVIost Up ToDate Patterns from Sets a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnished for any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st New Ext without PAINJ Dr Hobson Richmond Ky Most disfiguring skin eruptions scrofula pimples rashes etc are tine to impure blood Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing hood tonic Makes you cieareyed clearbrained clearskinnedV March are now selling HATSAT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big bargains SUMMER RATES via coATLANTIC CITYTHURSDAY AUGUST J9th 816OO 1 ROUND T R J p JIO YORK day I Co JUveriakeaid 3245 guarantee satisfaction W Method Teeth F S160O OSTON I Going Hail and slid Venn re tiitiunx river lake sound and 373511IAn21 Ittotm days Hmit SJ25Q Very ehsap rates to Atlantic City aitd all Seashore ort8 oB18 daily Summer Ttuuiat rates to nil priHcIpal poitrts in Virginia Ble dally For full inforihatloH c H on A aajess GEO WB1NEY D P A i tPoel1i 1 rintoUY t Ic V SHOW 510WS t I rSTATE FAIR fJFjAY3O 00000PREMIUMS NoCL DOISESHOWAKDHIPPD K IN PAVIIIPS DAILY KACES ATIEttO AND HIS lAND FREE f ATTRACTIONS lIIE VOMS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS tOK THE PASS 25 best bra preare saemilediri HitiB ga stock aad theMere the PesI lIve MK fcy a4a- ight talaIs coised with IsloratIe Skew M aa1IHsestfrea III bs ad- Lft Lire SIeck ayNilit Ike lHgeet aad aest gaiticellt rf a Mifltea Will Be CS C9ME Jr LOW RAILROAD PATES Yot INFORMATlbNCATALOCUKENTlty BLANKS A DRM J W r7 320 Paul Jones iagevIav1Ue Ky 1 3 J4IS 16t7l8 TO CLOSE OUT A CAR WEOFFERV 5OOOO Tobacco Stick AT 1 475 per Thousand CASH None charged at this priceV ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 DepotI+ + I TODD I SON I Contractors and Builders i i lWil furnisbl plans and complete any of a home or j usmes house you may desire All work g Jarmilto be the best that skilled laboi c nprg lAlso make a specialty of repair work of all kindssIf l you contemplate building it will be to your adnV I l tagetoseeus VVV l l TODD SON J 1 rcc + 1 The selection of the graduation gift for ibeyovteit d Graduate can Jest be made heleVe have a splendidas sortment of small Gold Tewelry Watches Chains Bracelets Lockets NecklacesAll of the very bestand of the charac ter that will give mutual pleasure to both the recipient and the purchaser All specially priced for this occasion Your examination is respectfully solicited LE LANEVD P Arraeus Old Stand Main StreetV The Burton Water System Water Works For Country Homes By our Pnentattic Water Sjstein water is forced any 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 undergroundno freezing or bursting of pipes generatedby30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our Individual water works plants are in use We have many letters from these satisfied users and have published about fifty of them in book form It maker a book of strong personal opinionsa ropy free Costs 17300 and UP according to your requirements Write for full par- ticularsI t A BURTON ICCOMPANYV SUPPLY Kansas Mo City The latest best and chonpc s plant for storing water underpressure alwnrs reliable sure safe Con be put Inby yourself ond operated yhuntl motor cnsoline cncinc wind mIHIDiiA wodtirunplySystem furiiis country liomw luUttrlKin places and can bainnieil1oany vincI condition puwtfen These systems are the vary yourplace lfururlacecomforts of a city lidmcTiie cost is ellcht the benefits Tjreiit I Titiscut ithowan iJtrhand pump SoIciBytVBiri Richmond Motor i Iuiibing CO1yV rpcormtedV tTkril