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P q j u1y THE RICHMOND CLIMAXr JIi j i VOLUME 36 i RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25 1909 WALL PAPER f BRGVERSBARGAINS NEVER DISAPPOINT BECAUSE THEY ARE GENUINE If quality appeals to you if the newest styles are appre pendedinfluenceNowhere will you receive more liberal treatment The pocketbookpay you to get our prices- FURNITURE DEPARTMENT Early English China Cabinetleaded fllass doors regular price 35Ispecial price 27 59 Early English Sideboard cabinet top ret price V35 special price 27 00 Early English Buffet Ilgularprice 10 special price 6 CO Early English Square Dining Tablet 48 inch top 8 foot extensionreg a price 22 50 special plicchuh 18 00 Early English Round pining Table nondividing base regular price 18 50 special price i 13 CO DRAPERX DEPARTMENT Nottingham Curtain regular price S175 special price SI 80 pair u 250 1 G5 pair Cable Net Curtains SCO Jli u 2 COipair Cross Stripe Curtains regular price 175 special prlceu 14ii A large line of Fancy Madras and Nets from 35c to 1 per yard C P Brower Cd MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY i When in Needof I Plastering or Concrete r MATERIAL SEE BURNSIDE ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND We also handle all kinds of Feed IIW We Sell i M yManton Patterns 1 Oc Each ofIfJi he Right Way to get good work is o buy your paper from and up to date l ne and get an uptbdaie paper hanger ++ +eee+eeeeee +eeo++e r t- T LanD Z1DkJOrp 4 eeeo ceoeeeeeeeeeoeceeeeee John Woodford of near Paris threshed field of fifty acres of wheat that made a net average of 33 bushels per acre r Franklin county has over 1000 acres of alfalfa which is said to be the largest acreage of any county in the stateThe loss to stockmen of Northern Mexico by the severe drouth is estimated to reach two million dollars The drouth now broken by heavy rains lasted nearly a year and thou sands of cattle died from starvation and thirst The decreased production of beef cattle in the West has greatlyalarm ed cattlemen and a meeting has been called at Denver Col next January to discuss tile situatton The price of wheat in Bourbon is ranging from 90 hIS per bushel for wheat already in sack that shows dampness to 1 15 for grain to be threshed dry and where the quality is unaffected The Versailles SJH says McKce Brothers have shippedthrte carloads of potatoes which they sold at from 40 to 50 cents a Bushel f o b Ver sallies They are digging their 123 acre crop by machinery What they have dug so far tva in low wet land and considered the poorest part of the crop averaging about 100 bushels per acre IThey expect a much bettor yield from their best land Down atSan Antonio Texas las week the weather was so hot that thirtythree young chicks were hatch ed in a case of eggs white enrouto be tween that city and Fort Worth No need of incubators in that kind of a climates r1 W P McLoughlin spotting editor of the New York World says After all thoroughbreds are the most prO- fitable things that Kentucky can raise Up to July there were sold at public nuotioi 218 yea ings for a gross sum of 141195 or an average of 521 That is not so bad Iff a len year and the more partkdlurly when it is recognized thip Includes the culls An Illinois nan says that ho can r hti412Additional J Wrong Way is to buy a lot ci W P BAXTER and Phone get anybody to hang it- S n Reward I now offer 100 reward for return o the two mules taken from Bean Allens pasture about middle of July One was hay horre mule white note 14 hands high other hrown mare mule 14 liahds high Both brokeJ Lamb Mallory Springs Ky eggIleare rooster eggs and that the short chubby eggs will bring forth a pullet every time There should be no dUo ficulty in proving or disproving the statement as one could take all the short chubby eggs and place them under one hen andall thti long narrow eggs could be put under another and the fact noted aid the vobrouds kept separate It would certainly be an interesting experiment H H Weatherly a wealthy Pitts burgher left Pittaburg last week for Stcubenvillc Ohio on a horseback journey to Chicago Mr Weatherly recenty established record byrid ing one horse from Johnstown to Pittgbur in one day a distance of 78 miles Thetrip to Chicago is under taken to show that a thoroughbred running horse has the spirit qf game ness and stamina and is fitted for practical work as distinguished from racing as a more gambling machine One unusual feature of the tobacco orop this year is the scarcity of tobacco worms The farmers are at a loss to account for the lelieffrom the pest but som of them bUievr that because there was no crop rallied last year that the tobauc fly became almost extinct and therefore there are no eggs Rover to be hatched out this year Usually the tobacco grower has a hard tight for several weeks to keepthe tobacco worms from eating up the crop but this year there are many fields that hive not a single hole in nay leaf which is regardedas most remarkable At the same time it is a great help to the growers for it lessens the labor over one half and insures better grade of tobacco A crop of tobacco that has many of the leaves with big worm holes on them sells for much less than a crop that has perfect leaves In Scotland the farmers are or ganized into breedingassociations and offer a premium of 300 to f500 for some extra choice stallions toI make a season in their district They guarantee 100 mares with 10 pay ment at the time of service and 10 additional fee when the mare is in foal Owners of good stallions in this manner are assured 2503 to 3000 a season for tho use of their horse The best remedy we know of in all cases of Kidney and Bladder trouble and the one we always can recom mend is DeWiits Kidney and Blad der Pills They are antiseptic andat once assist the kidneys to perform their important work But when you ask for these pills be positive that you get Dewitts Kidney and Bladder Pills There are imitations placed upon sale to deceive yon Get DoWitta Insist upon them and if your dealer caenot supply yon refuse anything else in place of them Sold by all druggist puglm A Vivid Imagination Winchester Democrat Somebody at Ford possesses a most vivid imagi natii n or else is fond of playing on the credulity of his neighbors One dayrecently it was reported that every workman in Ford had struck and that the town was placarded urg ing workmen to keep away and vague hints that violence was feared were board Later was a report that a saw had bursted and killed from one to half a dozen men The neighbors should gt hold of this fellow and curb his imagination even if they have to mnzzle him To Whom it May Concern All parties knowing themselves indebted to us will please call and settle their accounts at once Owing to our recent heavy loss by fire we are forced to callect all outstanding accounts on our books in order to be able to resume business We shall expect an hnme diate settle of everyone who owes us We desire to thank our many friends and customers for their liberal patron age in the past Respt Stanifer Soper U Richmond Ky Moved To rooms over Stanifer and Sopers formerly occupied by McGaughey R E Million 4t Dentist For Sale For wall paper see D Juett They sell it and hang it at prices You dont have to wait have it fn stock Phone 449 Switches and puffs made to Stock on hand to select from I have in stock triangles fact everything in hairdressing I antee to restore grey hair to its ori color f Call and see me at 421 St Mrs Alice Harppr I buy and comb l IIi II Irq Very L lrauiated Sugar pounds r it Jae B Jaik Fully Guarante ed It is satisfactory to know that article purchased is fully tho company Such is the case Spirclln Corset which is sold by S A Deatherage who will be to 511 all orders Thus corset is and comfortable as sirs prepared to fit any size ft Notice to Coal ien KyThe Sealed bids will be lecei up to 12 oclorjk noon dayAugu 28 1909 for tons of coal for the Ky State Normal School Richmond Ky All bids be accompanied by an sis of the coal proposed furnished by each bidder gether with the heat said coal All bids are to submitted with the standing that 100 to 125 are to be furnished within days and the rest in like q tities during the winter son as needed Bids MUST be on a basis NUT and LUMP coal over two inch bar MINE Bids may RUN also be made Address all bids to E Business C McDougle Memorial Hall Richmond l FOR buAND cheerful pretty bedroom will helpTyou tostart A 3 your day in a cheerful pleasant mood Its a haven of rest for you to come baclr to at night And all day long it is a pleasure tyour wife I 15 costs a lot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed if Al you prefer bureau and chiffonier of tight color birds ye 4 r maple is especially pretty a low rocking chair and one or p two straight back cl irs to match a mirror five foot high screwed on toaeloserdoor a soCaupholstered n cretonne a r shirtwaist box covered with the same and the cretonne repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin aIcurtains n light colored rug on the floorall this does iifYf not cost very much if you buy from w and makes pretty room Come in and talk it overt 1 i Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your bedroom haven oiL restJ No other mattress is so comfortable 4 Made in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 F Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed superior to other adrertued mattress We sell It on 60 nights trialj4 If you ran part with it at the end of that time we win t return your money without question or comment irk and f f Day Phone 76 wso ROL MGB aNight 136 229 411 TAB TLIHG CiH STORE 30 Days Reduced Pricesic NUMBER II WALL PAPER II YOUR Wim tastefulfurnltnretbath4rmonizeitthanfurniturethatmerelyf OLDHAM LACKEY Undertaking Specialty We Sell May Manton Patterns lOc Each i tt k Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our store front we find ourselves with entirely too many spring goods to carryover Therefore for the next thirty days we will offer our customers 1 t f er EXtraordInarYdl r i f j ValuesIL j eFMjws r Ztt r ti +r jJ lt7 1 j I in order to reduce our surplus stock We are one house which alwayshas done are now doing and will continue to do business on the fixed f TiifffJ greatestprincipleI t desire to have our friends buy from us without any fear misrepresentation on our part and to command a greater volume of business by ti 1w abolutelyhonest methods living up to what we say either in advertising or otherwise We now tell you that you can buy anything in r tj ifsummerthis is true before passing judgment We will not name many prices but we have stocks of goods to selland it will be very profitable to you to make us a visit Especially low prices on all Readrr cheapwen ewilLsur = r t f J1r1 uby offering g suit s from 1 9S up ei J i fjO VI t v VERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS t f t ILXOIV t BROS t h tF ff f c a c oi oRTrIINJ1 J Jifnm Ii ftK44it IHJ G lf Q1 17ei r rIG ij w l p c5 ii1- jT1Tt Keep Coot and Comfor abl By Wearing Mpnsing1 Union SuitsST every nicest underwear you can buy also the most economical They are perfect fit ting fine quality light weight noniritatingS and nonchaffingOnce you wear the Munsing Underwear you will always wear it PRICES RANGE FROM 5Octo150OWEN MoKee The Richmond Climax Bl THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Picst anti Mangr LOUIS LANDIAMitorMember PRESS and DISTRICT PUBLISHERS FBICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY ATJG 25 1909 A few more weeks will finish up the holdingof this years fairs in Ken tucky Usually one thinks of a coun ty fair as merely a place where sleek horses and cattle fat hogs plentyof prize punpkins interestingracing and a big crowd may bo found The lair itoidinarily seems to us cones todayand is gone tomorrowuntil next year It is a gcod place to spend hour or so tut the next week it will be gone without having left behind any apparent effects good bad or indifferentThis Is not the most in teresting side cf a fair A county fair such as is held annually here is important in its sociological aspects It is a great clearinghouse of public opinion and a place where acquaint ances are renewed and kept green Ill see you at the fair may bo the parting words of friends lovers men of business men of no business They may be spoken in the crisp tones of the man who looks forward to the meeting as an opportunity to discuss contract or a sale or they may be whispered by the youthful pair whose hearts are athrill with the dawning of love Lives have been ennobled and lives have been wrecked at the fair A county fair is a great educator not altogether In the more obvious wayas an exhibit where one may see better machines better live stock better industrial products than he has ever seen before but rather in a more intangible way The man who but seldom meets people here proba bly meets many and is improved thereby The person of philosophic tnin here sees a whole sectioncity people country people good and badin miniature The fair is for him in fact a panorama of society or a portion of it If one be wise he may by Iboking on this parorama see himself in a true perspective for here are representative persons from the region In which be lives If the onlooker has wisdom he is likely to ask himself this question How do I how my family an l my com munityaverage uj i If we could knoW only a few of the comedies that are here played if we could but know of the tragedies that are enacted here behind the scenes we would know more fully the real significance of the fair Two men are in jail at Louisville charged with one of the greatest counterfeiting schemes in the history of tho country One of them remarked when arrested Yes a mans smart and all right when he succeeds If he fails he will be called a thief and sent to prison While this Is not true in every instance yet it happens just that way mote fre quently than otherwise If he wins he is a smart man if he loses out or Is caught hes a rascal THE present combination of torrid ity and humidity say be unpleasant but ltd mighty profitable to the far mer and the ice man DOES the revised tariff revise bids fair to take a seat alongside that old sterling question Does pro hibition prohibit You do not have as hard a time as you think you do and your heighbors 5do not have u easy time aSyou tfclnlc tlHly do OtM tMwwl KHMMItyTi iJ uw- t1aavIM4e Mftii 1 I t IF you should spend all your sur plus cash to send your self and family to a cool summer resort up north for the heated season and then should get back home just in time to welcome these real oldfashioned dyedinthewool summer days wouldnt it jolt you THE National Negro Business Leatuc has just closed a session at Louisville A daily paper says there were strong speeches made We aro satisfied that the entire convention was strong too as the weather was quite hotx A New York magistrate has dis covered that profanity and general misbehavior ascend with the mercury in tile thermometer The magistrate is a trifle slow as far as the profanity part of his discovery is concerned PLAYING the game of life with a marked deck will often win temporary success but in the long run somebody changes the deck and runs in a mark ed one of his own DOG days are here which doesnt mean of course that the assessor may round at any minute to assess you on account of Fido- PnnsxnE TAFT who is now on his vacation is declared to be as happy as a saloonkeeper in a wet county STILL waiting for that cost of living to drop now that the tariff has been revised downward by its friends A happy though for today If you dont own an automobile you wont be arrested for speeding it Bur a round trip ticket when starting on your vacation trip You have the money now IF you are not convinced that it is hot just glance at your ice bill AND yet now is a good time to buy next winters coal supply Evelyn Nesbit Thaw saysbut arent you sick and tired of it Rooms For Rent 532 W Main St Three desirable rooms suitable for light housekeeping Modern improvements Phone 215 Possession at once S1821 Mrs Nannie McBroom Going Up Coming Down The grandest sights in the world can be seen from tho Holz Captive Balloon at Bourbon Fair Paris Sept 711 You can see almost even town In the Bluegrass Including Rich mond The trips are made in perfect safety the balloon being held captive by a large cable attached to a drum on the operating engine The cable Is lot out to allow an ascension and wound in to bring you back to earth Yon go nearly onefourth mile high but tho sensation of going up Is thousand times more pleasant than any thing you can imagine This if the only Captive Balloon south of the the Ohio river and will be seen at no other Fair in this section but the old Bourbon A Bad Crop The Winchester Democrat says ol the growing tobacco crop Several tobacco men were talking togethei this week and all agreed that the crop raised m Clark county this year will be the worst In the history of the county Some plants have developed no system for growth and are but little bigger than they were a month ago In other places plants three feet highwill be surrounded by plants that can be covered with a plate It has received little cultivation and all gum has been so constantly washed off that it is light and chaffy Much it is frenched and in other places the dread spots are making ap pearance One gentleman said his crop which a month ago promised eighteen hundred pounds per acre now looks as if it will not make twelve hundred pounds They all agreed that the crop In tfaia cOnnty iUldnat be target hi Uaaatlty thus Mt u4 krflJ ym1 w b jWtrti 1ul A- f r j rf7I BASE BALLI Notes L E JHow They Stand Clubs Won Lost Pct Winchester hh 61 3i RicJlmondnfil N Frankfort 51 ti W Parts 19 4i 516 Lexington S- 3Shclbyvilte ro 32 rT 3i This One Was Awful The Pioneers have been trying for several days to giye somebody a paine and they finally succeeded last Tues day Lexington being the happy recipient It was easily the ameleu everyklDdwith some very rank pitching gave the game to the Colts Simpson started in to pilch for the Pioneers and he did very well for four innings but in the fifth he started off by walking the first man up and followed this up by trymc to throw him out at second on an attempted sac rifice Here the ropes were cut and every body started up After the next man up had made a hit scoring a runner the hook was used and Simpson landed on the benchand Wills was trotted out The first thing he did was to try and break Zurlages arm filling the bases Things took on a brighter hue when VIox forced onlyforanother runner coming home Just to clinchmatters Pat Downing cut in a three bagger clearing the bases Doyb then sent Pat home with a hit but the side was retired before ho could get around In the eighth Golden was sent in to pitch and a jack rabbit is tame compared with him two more runs were scored in this round which was all Lexington seemed to want The best our boys could do was to got two scores in the fourth inning on hits by Whittaker and Daw son and an error by McCormick The Pioneers hit McCormicks delivery freely but they went straight to some fielder Five hits were all they could get safe Whittaker and Dawson got two each and Baird one Whittakers fielding was easily the feature of the game Maloney also did fine work in the fiel- dTheacore1 2315678 9R LxIngtonooooooo25RichmondQ Lose to Millers ITh Shelbyville Millers came here ilndIcaptured the first one in a thirteen inning game by the score of 0 to It was a very pretty game up until plnylingwork on the bases destroyed whatever chance Richmond had of winning On two or three different occasions scorns were lost by stupid base running two men being thrown out at home on plays that made the Pioneers look onLpitched haveIwas outpitched by Wills in almost every inning but the Pioneers went to the bad in the thirteenth and all of Wills good pitching went for naught This round started off with an error by Krug he making a bad throw to first after making a beautiful stop al most directly over third base The next batter hit an easy loop fly to easilyIthe ball but he let 4t get away from him and both men weie safe Thea Daw son fielded a bunt which he should have let Wills have and it went for a hit filling the bases This seemed to enoughfollowedhard game to lose but it only goes to prove the uncertainty ol base ball Score 123450789101112 13R Shelpv 000100000 000 5CRich 000010000000 01 Pioneers Win Second The Ploueers turned the tables on the Millers Saturday and won an easy game by the score of 9 to 2 Rube Watkins of more or less fame pitched for the Millers and his offerings enabled our boys to fatten thslf tatting iwriH a WiiieUrablj 1UrJ j I L LL 5 fcngue Is too fast tor blm yet He may make it some day but he needs more schooling Comstock pitched for the locals and he was master of the situation at all tuners He allowed only four hits luring the first eight Innings bus in the ninth he eased up a little as d- id5thewere made good for a score The features were the batting of gettinJbeing a home run over the right field fence tho fielding of Baird Krug Whittaker and Tilford Kuhn did the best work for Shelbyville The scorel 2345078 OR- Richmond2 2120101 t0Shelby villeO 100000 012 Win From Paris The hoodoo was broken Sunday and the Pioneers won a game from Paris by the score of 0 to 2 Poole Who has been such an enigma to our boys in the past was knocked out of the box in tho second inning and Winchell took his place Golden Pitched for Richmond and he was master at all times The Bourbonites found him for flva hits and he made seven ot them beat the air Baird Whittaker Johd son and Maloney did the best work for Richmond while Ochs Saebnch and Uannigan played best for Paris Thescore1 2 3 4 5 0 T 8 9RR- lchmoncL3 2 0 00 0 1 0 06Pari 1 0000001 02 Notes The race for the flag is still hot Sholbyville has pitched np a good youngster in Foley lie is the best fielding first baseman seen here this Season G Long is little but he is a good pitcher He has an excellent drop ball It even fooled Old Whit Whittaker is the Wagner of this league He hits them anywhere high low close in or wide They all look alike to him It is certain death to try to steal second on Dawson lIe has a great throwing arm and he gets the ball away from him quickly Krug is playing beautiful ball around the third cushion He is as fast as a flash and can get the ball away from him quicker than anyone in this league lie has hut one weak ness and that is his tendency to throw too quickly when it is not necessary and as a consequence makes a bad throw occasionally According to a special from Frankfort some Richmond fan is so eager to see the Pioneers win the flag he has offered the team a free trip to the Worlds series to be played between the winners of the National and American leagues if they will bring the flag to Richmond This is a liberal offer indeed and one worth try lug for- AUoway is the best umpire we have seen He is a good judge of balls and strikes and is always right on top ot all base plays The best thing about him tho is the fact that he is boss He doesnt take any backtalk from the players sending them to the bench for the least offense This is the kind of umpiring the people want to see and if he keeps it up he will always be welcome hero Union services will be hold at the Christian church Sunday night All are Ojrdialiy invited Samuel Phelps Dead Mr Samuel Phelps one of our well known farmers died at his home near this city Monday lie was in his 81st year and death was due to the in firmaties of old age lie in survived by one son Mr Geo W Phelps Romances Dispelled One by one our illusions are being dispelled The stories of Columbus and the egg of Washington and the cherry tree and others never happened so historians tell us and now a newspaperman says that John Morgan never tunneled out of the Ohio penitentiary but that he bought his way out After awhile there wont be anything left for us to believe Very Best Granulated Sugar 17 pounds for 1 ins B Park FirstStU A Mountain Definition The Harlan Enterprise gives the folowing definition of poke We are asked to give the definition of the wora poke Poke is a weed that grows in rich soil and a makes a large softstalk Poke is a small tack or bag in which the women store away beans and other seeds for the next years planting Poke is a kind of action that if one gets addicted too and then lets their tongue get to wagging he will get the true meaning by some one poking a bar or two of lead into his carcass Results Are Gods It is needful that we form definite plans and that we concentrate endeav or on specific ends It is not always needful that we gut what we seek and if we are faithful to the light we have and work with a consecrated spirit we may know that we cannot fail if we miss only to attain something higher and better Duty is ours lesults are Gods It is for us to plant and water let God not only give but elect what shall be the increase Christian Leader Sabbath school will commence next Lords Day at 015 A M Divine services at 11 A M in the SecondPrcsby terian church Rest Rooms For Farmers- In all tie leading stores of every city are comfortable and attiactive rest rooms for patrons They would not be maintained if they didnt help tie business for a well furnished room in a budding the rent of which runs into tens of thousands of dollars costs money to maintain W e have often wondered why the merchants in coun ty seats and even in smaller towns do not provide rest rooms for their pa trons Rest roomsjn country towns need not be furnished luxuriously as those in the cities are only comfortably and the Item of rent there would be trifling compared with city rents The country town merchants enter prising enough to provide such rooms will find the investment a very good one Most country towns now have modern features electricity water ttarbi pftved Btrectfli and tle etertfi la tk N HUTM thwld bUw Bi tWrii IItJ Wt4O ti Q l t t Notice to Concrete Pavement Contractors Acting under and by authority of the City Council Richmond Ky COil ferred at a regular meeting held Aim 0 llJOO the undersigned will on Tim a day Sept 2 1009 open and award con tracts for the construct ion ol all ments curbing and guttering paveI fore ordered in this city but the above date shall not have Btructed or begun in Rood faith by parties ordered to construct same as per ordinance duly published Bds for the construction of said work shall acceptabiesecurityI anee of the contract covering a guar anty ol five years against any defect due to mechanical construction or whoather conditions equal in amouut to the parcel or lot of work constructed Sealed bids for the construction of said work will be received by the undersigned until noon of Sept 2 1009 un der the provisions of the Charter of Cities of the Furth Class Part 10 Sections 15821G01 Russell Statutes 1908 and section 8572 of the Kentucky Statutes authorizing said construction on the tenyearbond or payment plan City Council of Richmond Ky by C E WOODS Mayor Attest A B PARIS Clerk City Ordinance An Ordinance Ordering the Construction of Lenient Side walks Curb and Guttering in the City Richmond Ky Upon the Ten Year Bond or Payment Plan Be it Ordained by the rity Council of the City of Richmond Kentucky as followsSection 1 That cement sidewalks curbing and gutturin be and the same are hereby ordered to be constructed on the tenyear bond or payment plan authorized by Section 3572 of the Ken tucky Statutes as amended by an actor the General Assembly of the Com monwealth of Kentucky passed and approved this 6th day of August 1009 in the City of Richmond Ky as fol lowsOn Lancaster Avenue Richmond Ky Trustees Christian Church 0 0 Wallace W T Adams Mrs T J Smith D B Sbackelford W D Old ham Mrs Pauline Smith Mrs D M Bright G G Corzelius W L Arnold R C Stockton Mrs Elizabeth Miller Trustees Christian Church parsonage Jno E Greenlcaf Mrs Geotpe White W W Watts T 8 Bur nam Etslern Ky State Normal School Mrs Win M Irvine J B Pathos Amos B Willis BL Middelton Joe Gitinchigliani Colby Taylor Episco pal church Trustees Baptist church TrusteesIn of each of said properties pavements shall bo six feet wide and on a grade to be furnished by Board of Public Works The curbing in front of all said properties Khali be six inches thick and shall extend to the bottom of gutter and up 10 a level wth top edge of pave ment except in tront of U C Wallace BaptistChurcheswill suffice Said guttering in front of each of said properties shall be 15 inches wide six inches thick and shall be joined to pavement so as to prevent leaking Said work shall be constructed in specificationscement sidewalks curbing and gutter CItyCouncilAnd the location of said sidomch1k the manner of doing the work and the quality size and condition of the ma terials shall be as required liysaid gen oral specifications and by the Board ot Public Works Section 2 Said work shall be done and said materials shall be furnished at the exclusive cost and expense of the owners of lots parts of lots and par eels of land fronting or abutting on said streets aforesaid and between said points in front of which eiiid sidewalks respectively may be to constructed and under the supervision of the Board of Public Works of said city and sub ject to the approval of said Board of Public Works anti if it should ho found liy salt Board of Public Works that any part tf said improvements does not Inform to said Fp cifirations or to this ordinance or that any ma materials so furnished are not of the spedficationsthe right to require the contractor to have the same completed in the manlier specified bysome other person at the cost and expense of torSection 3 This contract for con structing said sidewalks will be awaid ed to time lowest and best bidder after proper advertisement for bids and the accepted bidder Will be required to ex ecute a bond wflh good and sufficient sureties to said city in a sum equal to the cost of the work pertormed under this ordinance to be approved by said City Councils Finance Committee for the faithful performance of his said contract awl conditioned further that said sidewalks will be of such a grade of workmanship and such a quality of material as to remain in u sub latlial Iv gooil condition for a period of five years after their acceptance aforesaid and further that be indemnify said city against any and all loss sos delayInormieghigenceor employee in or about the prose cution of said work Section 4 The City Clerk is ordered to advertise for sealed proposals for constructing eaid sidewalks and furnishing the materials therefor which proposals must be accompanied by the names of at least two good and coOl cient sureties acceptable to said Cit Council and sid City Council reserves the right to reject any and all bid 0 received anti to advertise from fun to time for other bids under the eame terms and conditions Tne contractor to whom time con tract firdoingi aid work mnyl eawnrd eJ hereunder mus enter into awritten contract with said city in the form usual in Raid citv and mnst rxernte bond to salt city as herein nlove pro vided Section F When thework ill com pleted in ncjardanc I with the conhnct and specifications the work thnll bo received by said City Council upon recniptoin certificate from the Boaid workhasofPublicof said improvement against the lots theImprovementlots or grounds abutting or borderi jgthe improvement desiring to settle in againsthemadoption of tho apportionment pay the thpCitymoney in the Srreet Improvement thirtydaystionment the Treatnrer shall report to the Council the amount of cash receiv ed from whom and upon what lots it is paid and the Council shall order the StrenImprooementpaid balance together with all expense saidbondscost of printing bonds etc said bonds percentshall have ben sold tho money real timeStreetorder drawn against said Fund in favor amountdueof six per cent pot annum from iho CityCouncilhim Section 6 That within thirty thinafter the advertisement for sah of said Street Improvement Bonds it shall be the duty of the Mayor to lame the bonds oftirneity Which shall be signed tlII M 11= = lHtriNW i DOCTORS say consumption can be cured Nature alone wont do it it need help SCOT P EMULSION is the best help but its use must be continuedm sum mer as well as winter Take It la a ilttl cold milk or water cta Ima11bOItt now AUDiusgUU per annum said bonds shall be issued In the denominations of one hundred- dollars each payable ten years afer date provided however that said City f at the option of its Oity Council mayredeem any or all of raid bonds at tho out of five years alter date oh Issue that Council may ordain and said bonds shall be dated on tM day that the work was complet ed and accepted by the Board of Coon cil and shall be at the State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky and said bonds shall not be sold for less than par and accrued interest The amount of bonds issued for any one improvement shall be tho amount of the unpaid assessments us shown in the Board of Public Works apportionment together with tile cost of advertising said bonds for sale printing and en graving said bonds and all other ex ponces attending the issues of same and the total amount thereof shall be assessed equally by the feet front upon the property fronting or abutting or bordering upon said improvement In case the same is undertaken under the provision of Section 8572 and the amendment thereto of time Kentucky Statutes the intersection of corner lots adjoining shall be added to the cost of Improvement to be paid by the property holders abutting the property im proved The assessment as soon a the improvement is fully completed and the sum assessed which shall include the cost of the intersection of corner lots aforesaid together with the cost attending the sale and issue of said bonds as aforesaid gains each piece of property and also the owners thereof shall be placed upon the tax list of the city and shall be payable at the office of the City Treasurer in ten equal annual installments with interest at the ratp specified in said bonds upon the unpaid portion thereof and the said assessment shall be a lUn upon all the lots parts of lots and parcels of la 3d fronting abutting or bordering upon said apportionment The first installment together with interest on tie whole amount at the thqflrAttho time the assessment is placed upon the tax list the interest to be computed to the date that taxes are and payable and the other install meats annually thereafter and always at the time ot piyment of the othpr citv taxes with interest on intallmenta not due at this time until all install ments are paid The assessment may he collected like other city taxes or the city inav at any time slier one installment remains delinquent for SO days bv snit in rquitvenforce its lien for all of the unpaid installments with interest thereon to date of satisfaction of same anti its cost expended Section 7 That nil ordinances and parts of otdinances in conflct herewith ale hereby repealed Sections That this ordinance shall take effect and be In force horn and after its passage Adopted by a vote of 4 for and 0 against 2 absent this 19 h day ol Aup 1909 Approved C E WOODS Mayor Attest A B FARIS City Clerk City Ordinance Be it ordained bv the Board of Council of Richmond Kv that the ordin ance nassed Apiii 1909 regulating the sale of certain drinks be and is hereby amended as follows That any persoh or persons selling on Sunday any of the beverages or drinks Slit out In said ordinance shall upon conviction be finpdl 00 for each offense antI shall forfeit their license granted under said ordinance and shall be entitled to no rebate for any unearned portion of same and shall not be nenir granted license for he same purpose Passed August 19 1000 MayorAttest Must Be Good Thc Sholbytillo Record says base ball players like men in everyother walk of life if they want to bo stars and last must be of good morals and sober There is no longer any place for tho man who indulges in strong liquors and the player who gives way to otner excesses enps his own career Base ball differs from other sports in that it does not call fur a man to be trained fine lot some special day or hourbut to get into good physical condition and to be able to maintain tbat condition for a long period Mo man who abuses his body can do this Some of the best players in the Blue Grass League drink too much and they should cut it out Sure Worm Exterminator J C Fell Lakenan Mo Breeder of Registered DurocJersey Hogs says Ve have been feeding Boor bon Hog Cholera Remedy to our hogs and find it to be a sure worm exterm inator Spld by Perry Thomas Taken Up As Estray Rsd sow weight about 250 pounds caine to my place about the 18th of August Owner can have same In proving property and paying charges If SHELBY JErr Her Life In Danger II You Have Catarrh or Weak Lungs Read This Some five years ago r was taken with a bad attack of bronchitis I was affected with a bronchial cough and cold The co Jgh was very bad at nigbt and would wake up hot ingand gasping for breath mid miv seemed to be a terrible stoppage in my throat and tubes My throat was tender and irritable and had an aching sensation which was bad at times I doctored and used several different remedies but never received any pernianet t relief that Kept the maln y from oml until used Hjomei This remedy which to me Is certainly infallible cured me and to it I ascribe the cause of my bningalive- Byomel certainly saved my life and I accord It the credit it deserves There is nothing too strong for me to HopkjnsCutterAve Hvom la breathed into the lungs through bard rubber inhaler and this soothing antiseptic air as it passes over the iulUtaed membrane soothes the inflammation kills the microbes and cure catarrh Complete Hyomei outfit 1 includ ing inhaler extra bottlea 5lc at B L MlddleloaV who guarantee i- tMIOIACures Indices ton 1 1dI 11 WI WfiJttMi PROPOSALS Sealed proposals will be received until noon September 18 1009 for tho In stallation of a pole line and lighting apparatus for the distribution of cur rent to the several buildings and the lighting of the campus of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School Richmond Ky- Flans and specifications of all of tht foregoing equipment may be seen a the office of the said State Normal School of Richmond Ky and at the office of Anderson Frankel ArchI- tects and Engineers Lexington Ky All proposals must be accompanied by a certified check of two 2 per cent of the amount qf the contract price payabtato the Board of Regents of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School to be a guaranty that the successful bidder or bidders will enter into con tract with said school in accordance with bid and give good security surety company having local agent prefer red in an amount equal to 40 per cent of the contract price Bids will be received on the whole or any part of work or equipment Each bidder must state in his bid the tjme at which he will complete his part of the bids must be sealed and addressed to the Board of Regents of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School care of Anderson Frankel Architects Lexington Ky The law provides that all contracts will be let to the lowest bidder comply ing with the terms hereof and the statutesThe to reje t any and all bids ia reservedBoard of Regents of tho Eastern Ky State Normal School RichI mond Ky by J A SULLIVAN Chairman Executive Committee A Weakling ia the only way to describe the poor child that is afllcted with worms No matter how much or how otteh It eats the worms get all the nourishment from the blood the child gets practically 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 A Perfectly Laundered Shirt is what you are positive of if you will send your bundle to us The very best domestic work cannot approach the superb excellence of ourslor the domestic hasnt the heavy machinery nor the quality of starch that gives the article that stiffness you will so appreciate A trial solicitedHugh Tevis Normal City Laundry Public Sale We will offer for sale on Wednesday Sept 15 1909 at 10 oclock a m our farm con- taIning 192 82100 Acres situated onehalf miie from Kingston Madison county Kentucky on the Kingston and Berra turnpike Improvedlarms cnltivatjouItana ponds There is about IUO acres in grass 40 acres III meadow sal the re ish3atedhoods in Madison count v onehalf schoolhousemodern residence six rooms nil neces sary outbuildings barn tool house youimgomchardThu onJunuarypurchaseflrite 181months Alienill all the purchase money is paid orforlnformalion JBM F Cox R W Boulware R F D 3 Richmond Ky W P Prewitt Auctioneer IJlsa eeaWe at Meme Lot of men and women who are agreeable with others get cranky at homo Its not disposition Its the liver If you find in yourself that you feel cross around the house little things worry you just buy a bottle if Ballards Herbine and put your liver In shape You and everybody round you will feel bettor for It Price 50c per bottle Sold by Perry- f Thomas Notice to TaxPayers Taxes are now due and we will be pleased if all will call and settle at once The penalty will be added as prescribed by law if taxes are not paid promptly There isno reason lor put ting this off as taxes must be paid P B Broaddus S M 0 818lt For Sale A good second band buggycheap For particulars call at the Richmond Carriage Works Ira B Sleet Whito Wyandotte Specialist Warsaw Ky5ays I had a fine Wyandotte Cock thatwas so sick and weak he could not eat or drink for three davs I forced him to drink water with Bourbon Poultry Cure In It all the time and he Is now in good health This remedy is the best I ever used Sold by Perry Thomas Q ttL Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CWAKC Of IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BT BallardSnow Liniment Co- aT LOUIe MO Take Notice If you are all run down Foleys Kidney Remedy will help you as it strengthena the kidneys so they will eliminate the from the blood that depress the nerves and cause exhaustion backache rheumatism and urinary regularities which sap the vitality Do not delay and risk having Brighta disease or dia betes Take Foleys Kidney Remedy as it is healing and and will restore health and strength Re fuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son alm For Rent Store room on First St Suitable lor any kind of business Apply at tf A FRESH OYSTERS GOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Tobacco SecondRICHMOND KYCorner Main and r 0I FRESH OYSTERS A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND II CURES S- Cream impurities antiseptic Dobrowsky Cigars BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA COMPLAINTS MALARA CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER II A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases caused by a TORPID LIVER Ono bottle purchased today may savo you a serious sick spell tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE BOTTLEPRICE GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Rocornrnondod b PERRY THOMAS 0 L B HBRR1NQTON Is a Candidate for z REPRESENTATIVE C FROM Madison County Inthe NoxfcJLegislature Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party i YOUR SUPPORT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED Our Bed Room Setsf The sets we are showing now we believe represent the biggest values ever offered in this vicinity They are ail superbly manufactured from the finest materials are of the latest design and we are positive will find merit in the most exacting critics eye r THe prices are right terms easy and your credit is good Try our easy payment planyou will Jikeit A dollar o f two weekill do v t H 5J tI j 4 i t HUMAN and HitIflNS v HOME FURNISHERS A HNdqJ irterforSwij riMabrne fPpi Wt nl1l tChiftP 1 i L J rL r fjw 1MJ4t e 5s FN i c l t LL i v I P IKeep Cool and Comfortable j By Wearing IVlunslng Union Suits Isojthe most economical They are perfect fit v ting fine quality light weight noniritating and nonchaffing tJI Once you wear the Munsing Underwear you will always wear it PRICES RANGE FR- OMSOctoSlSO OWEN JVIcKee The Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDKAM Editor cl PRESS and PUBIISHERS FBICE flOO PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUG 23 1909 A few more weeks will finish up the holding of this years fairs in Kentucky Usually one thinks of a coun ty fair as merely a place where sleek horses and cattle fat hogs plentyof prize punpkins interestingracing and a big crowd may be found The fair itoidinariiy seems to us cornes todayand is gone tomorrowuntil next year It is a good place to spend hour or so kut the next week it will be gone without having left behind any apparent effects good bad or indifferentThis is not the most in teresting side cf a lair A county fair such as is held annually here is important in its sociol9gical aspects It is a great clearinghouse of public opinion and a place where acquaint ances arc renewed and kept green Ill see you at the fair may be the parting words of friends lovers men of business men of no business They may be spoken in the crisp tones of the man who looks forward to the meeting as an opportunity to discuss a contract or a sale or they may be whispered by the youthful pair whose hearts are athrill with the dawning of love Lives have been ennobled and lives have been wrecked at the fair A county fair is a great educator not altogether in the more obvious wayas an exhibit where one may see bettor machines bettor live stock better industrial products than he has ever seen before but rather in more intangible way The man who but seldom meets people here proba bly meets many and is improved thereby The person of philosophic tuin here sees a whole sectioncity people country people good and badin miniature The fair is for him in fact a panorama of society or a portion of it If one be wise ho may by looking on this parorama see himself in a true perspective for here are representative persons from the region in which be lives If the onlooker has wisdom he is likely to ask himself this question How do I how my family and my community average upi If we could know only a few of the comedies that are here played if we could but know of the tragedies that are enacted here behind the scenes we would know more fully the real significance of the fair Two men are in jail at Louisville charged with one of the greatest counterfeiting schemes in the history of the country One of them re marked when arrested Yes aI mans smart and all right when succeeds if ho fails he will be called a thief and sent to prison While this Is not true in every instance yet it happens just that way mote fro quently than otherwise If be wins he is asmart man if he loses out or Is caught hes a rascal THE present combination of torrId Ity and humidity say be unpleasant but its mighty profitable to the far mer and the ice man DOES the revised tariff revise bids fair to take a seat alongside that old sterling question Does pro hibition prohibit You do not have as hard a time as you think you do and jour neighbors do not have as easy k time as you think tkt7 d- otulO = 1I Jb4V t 1 IF you should spend all your sur plus cash to send your self and family to a cool summer resort up north for the heated season and then should get back home just in time to welcome these real oldfashioned dyedinthewool summer days wouldnt it jolt you THE National Negro Business League has just closed a session at Louisville A daily paper says there were strong speeches made We are satisfied that the entire convention was strong too as the weather was quite hotv A New York magistrate has dis covered that profanity and general misbehavior ascend with the mercury in the thermometer The magistrate is a trifle slow as far as the profanity part of his discovery is concerned PLAYING the game of life with a marked deck will often win temporary suc ess but in the long run somebody changes the deck and runs in a mark ed one of his own DOG days are here which doesnt mean of course that the assessor may round at any minute to assess you on account of Fido- Pnnsxnur TAFT who is now on his vacation is declared to be as happy as a saloonkeeper in a wet county STILL waiting for that cost of living to drop now that the tariff has been revised downward by its friends A happy though for today If you dont own an automobile you wont be arrested for speeding it Bur a round trip ticket when startI- ng on your vacation trip You have the money now IF you aro not convinced that it is hot just glance at your ice bill AND yet now is a good time to buy next winters coal supply Evelyn NesbIt Thaw saysbut arent you sick and tired of it Rooms For Rent 532 W Main St Three desirable rooms suitable for light housekeeping Modern improvements Phone 215 Possession at once fe18St Mrs Nannie McBroom Going Up Coming Down The grandest sights in the world can be seen from tho Holz Captive Balloon at Bourbon Fair Paris Sept 711 You can see almost every town in the Bluegrass including Rich mond The trips are made in perfect safety the balloon being held captive by a large cablo attached to a drum on the operating engine The cable is let out to allow an ascension and wound in to bring you back to earth Yon go nearly onefourth mIle high but the sensation of going up is a thousand times more pleasant than any thing you can imagine This is the only Captive Balloon south of the the Ohio river and will be seen at no other Fair in this section but the old Bourbon A Bad Crop The Winchester Democrat says of the growing tobacco crop Several tobacco men were talking together this week and all agreed that the crop raised in Clark county this year will be the worst in tho history of the county Sonic plants have developed no svstem for growth and are but little bigger than they were a month ago In other places plants three feet high will be surrounded by plants that can be covered with a plate It has received little cultivation and all gum has been 30 constantly washed off that it is light and chaffy Much of it is frenched and in other places the dread spots are makingap pearance One gentleman said his cropwhIch a month ago promised eighteen hundred pounds per acre nowlooks as if it will not make twelve hundred pounds They all agreed that tlld crop in till cduHty flUIdDot bo Urge la daamMtjr tM itihA 1iIfJauUtI m i wfs4tIi1E0Si rI BASE BALL L Notes and OossipJ How They StandI Clubs Won Lost Pet Vlnchcstcr6t 37 IiRichmondhn fil as 616 10PnrlsJ14Shclbnl11cn This One Was Awful ThePioneers have been trying for several days to giye somebody a game and they finally succeeded last Tues day Lexington being the happy recipient It was easily the ameteu everykIndwith some very rank pitching gave the game to the Colts Simpson started in to pitch for the Pioneers aud he did very well for four innings but in the fifth lie started olf by walking the first man np and up by tryine to throw him out at second on an attempted sac rifles Here thn ropes were cut and every body started up After the next man up had made a hit scoring a runner the hook was used and Simpson landed on the benchand Wills was trotted out The first thing he did was to try and break Zurlages arm filllncr the bases Things took on a brighter hue when Viox forced onlyforauother runner coming home Just to clinch matters Pat Downing cut in a three bagger clearing the bases Doyb then sent Pat home with a hit but the side was retired before he could get around In the eighth Golden was sent in to pitch and a jack rabbit is tame compared with him two more runs were scored in this round which was all Lexington seemed to want The best our boys could do was to get two scores in the fourth inning on hits by IThittaker and Daw son and an error by McCormick The Pioneers hit McCormicks delivery freely but they went straight to some fielder Five hits were alt they could get safe Whittaker and Dawson got two each and Baird one Vhittakers fielding was easily the feature of the game Maloney also did fine work in the field The scorel 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 9R LxIngton000oooo2oRiclimondO 8 2 Lose to Millers The Shelbyvillo Millers caaae here Friday for a series of two games fwd then captured tbe first one in a thirteen inning game by the score of 0 to It was a very pretty game up until the fatal thirteenth both sides play- Ing some remarkable ball but poor work on the bases destroyed whatever chance Richmond had of winning On two or three different occasions scorns were lost by stupid base running two men being thrown out at home on plays that made the Pioneers look cheap Altho G Long who Was on the mound for Bhelbyville pitched nice ball the game ahould never have gone to the extra inning stage He was outpitched by Wills in almost every inning but the Pioneers went to the bad in the thirteenth and all of Wills good pitching went for naught This round started off with an error byKrughe making a bad throw to first after making a beautiful stop al most directly over third base The next batter bit an easy loop fly to Tilford on which he could have easily made a double play had he caught the ball but he lot It get away from him and both men weio safe Then Daw son fielded a bunt which he should have let Wills have and it went for a hit fllljng the bases This seemed to be tob much for Wills and hits enough followed to score five runs It was a hard game to lose but It only goes to prove the uncertainty ol base ball SeoreL24507S910lll2 13R Shelbv 000100000 000 56Rich 000010000000 0I Pioneers Win Second The Piooeera turned the tables on the Millers Saturday and won an easy game by the score of 9 to 2 ltube Watkins of more or lees tame pitched for the Millers and his orfdrtajN enabled our boys to fatten Lh1f sail4rrkl71IIj rlff Lg i J L Iwngue is too fast or him yet He may make it some day but he needs more schooling Com stock pitched for the locals and he was master of the situation at all tunes He allowed only four hits during the first eight Innings hut in the ninth be eased up a little as did the entire team and three mote hits were made good for a score The features were the batting of Baird and Whlttaher the former getting three hits and the latter two one being a home run over the right field fence the fielding of Baird Krug Whittaker and Tilford Kuhn did the best work for Shelbyville Thescore1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 OR- Richmondu222120101 xD Shelby villeO 100000 012- Win From Paris The hoodoo was broken Sunday and the Pioneers won a game from ParIs by the score of 0 to 2 Poole Who has been such an enigma to our boys in the past was knocked out of the box in the second inning and Winchell took his place Golden Pitched for Richmond and he was master at all times The Boutbonites found him for dva hits and he made seven ot them beat the air Baird Whittaker Johd son and Maloney did the best work for Richmond while Ochs Seebach and Uannigan played best for Pari- sThescore1 2340078 9fl- Richinoml3 2 0 00 0 1 0 06Pari I 0000001 02 Notes The race for the flag is still hot Shelbyville has pitched np a good youngster in Foley lie is the best fielding first baseman seen hero this season GXong is little but he is a good pitcher lie has an excellent drop ball It even fooled Old Whit Whittaker is the Wagner of this league He hits them anywhere high low close in or wide They all look alike to him It is certain death to try to steal second on Dawson lIe has a great throwing arm and he gets the ball away from him quickly Krug is playing beautiful ball around the third cushion He is as fast as a flash and can get the ball away from him quicker than anyone in this league lIe has but one weak ness and that is his tendency to throw too quickly when it is not necessary and as a consequence makes a bad throw occasionally According to a special from Frank fort some Ilichmond fan Is so eager to seo the Pioneers win the flag he has offered the team a tree trip to the Worlds series to be played between the winners of the National and American leagues if they will bring the flag to Richmond This is liberal offer indeed and one worth try lug for- Ahloway is the best umpire we have seen Ho is a good judge of balls and strikes and is always right on top ot all base plays The best thing about him tho is the fact that he is boss He doesnt take any backtalk from the players sonding them to the bench for the least offense This is the kind of umpiring the people want to see and if he keeps it up he will always be welcome hero Union services will bo hold at the Christian church SunCay night All are Cordially invited Samuel Phelps Dead Mr Samuel lhelps one of our well known farmers died at his home near this city Monday He was in his Slst year and death was due to the in firmatles of old age He is survived by one son Mr Geo W Phelps t Romances Dispelled One by one our illusions are being dispelled The stories of Columbus and the egg of Washington and the cherry tree and others never happen ed so historians toll us and now a newspaperman says tit John Morgan never tunneled out of the Ohio peni tentiary but that he bought his way out After awhile there wont be any thing left for us to believe Very Best Granulated Sugar 17 pounds for fl Jas B Park First St tf A Mountain Definition The Harlan Enterprise gives the flowing definition of poke We are asked to give the definition of the word poke Poke is a weed that grows in rich soil and a makes a large soft stalk Poke is a small beck or bag in which the women store away beans and other seeds for the next years planting Poke is a kind of action that if one gets addicted too and then lets their tongue get to wag King he will get the true meaning by some one poking a bar or two of lead into his carcass Results Are Gods It is needful that we form definite plans and that we concentrate endeav or on specific ends It is not always needful that we get what we seek and if we are faithful to the light we have and work with a consecrated spirit we may know that we cannot failjlf we miss only to attain something higher and better Duty is ours lesults are Gods It is for us to plant and water let God not only give but elect what shall be the increaseChristian Leader Sabbath school will commence next LordvB Day at 945 A1 Divine services at 11 A u in the SecondPrcsby terian church Rest Rooms For Farmers- In all tile leading stores of every city are comfortable and attractive rest rooms for patrons They would not be maintained if they didnt help tie bUlinesslora well furnished room in a buijdiug the rent of which runs into tens of thousands of dollars costs money to maintain Vte have often wondered why the merchants in county seats and even in smaller towns do not provide rest rooms for their pa trons Rest roomsin country towns need not be furnished luxuriously as those in the cities are only comforta blyand the item of rent there would be trifling compared with city rents The country town merchants enterprising enough to provide such rooms will find the investment a very good one Most country towns now have modem features electricity Water work pT d alrertdi and the etorti In tk M ivwp fhiaid butt uzitift MMbMta mm L II Notice to Concrete Pavement Contractors Acting under and by authority of the City Council Kichinond Ky coa ferred at a regular meeting held Aue 6 1000 the unehrsiJ1ned will on Thu s day Sept 2 1900 open and award con tracts for the construction all pave ments curbing and guttering hereto fore ordered in this city but which at the above date shall not have been con structed or begun in good faith by ordered to construct same as per ordinance duly published Bds tot the construction of said shall be accompanied by acceptable security as set out in the pavement tills day passed for proper perform ance of the contract covering a guar anty of five years against any defect due to mechanical construction or wheather conditions equal in amount to the parcel or lot of work constructed Sealed bids for the construction of said work will be received by the under signed until noon of Sept 2 19OJ un der the provisions of Charter of Cities of the Fourth Class Part 10 Sections 16821G01 Russell Statutes 1908 and section 3572 of the Kentucky Statutes authorizing said construction on the tenyearbond or payment plan City Council of Richmond Ky by C E Woons Mayor Attest A B FARts Clerk City Ordinance An Ordinance Ordering the Construction of Cement Side walks Curb and Guttering in the City Richmond Ky Upon the Ten Year Bond or Payment Plan Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City uf Richmond Kentucky as 1 That cement sidewalks curbing and gutteringbe and the same are hereby ordered to be constructed ou the tellyear bond or payment plan authorized by Section 3572 of the Ken tucky Statutes as amended by an act of the General Assembly of the Com monwealth of Kentucky passed and approved this 6th day of August 1009 in the City of Kichmond Ky as follows On Lancaster Avenue Richmond Kv Trustees Christian Church C C Wallace W T Adams Mrs T J Smith D B Sbackelford W D Old ham Mrs Pauline Smith Sirs D M Bright G G Coizelius W L Arnold R C Stockton Mrs Elizabeth Miller Trustees Christian Church parsonage Jno E Greenleaf Mrs George White W W Watts T A Bur nam Eastern Ky State Normal School Mrs Win M Irvine J B Parkes Amos B Willis BL Middelton Joe Giunchigliani Colby Taylor KpUco pal church Trustees Baptist church TrusteesIn of each of said properties pavements shall be six feet wide and mi a grade to be furnished by Hoard of Public Works The curbing in front of all said properties hull be six Indies thick and shall extend to the bottom of gutter and up to a level wth top edge of pavement except in tront of C C Wallace BaptietChurcheswill suffice Said guttering In front of each of said properties shall be 15 inches wide six inches thick and shall be joined to pavement so as to prevent leaking Said work shall be constructed in specifications gutteringMayorAndmanner of dIng the work and the quality size and condition of the ma terials shall be as required by said gen oral specifications and by tho Board ot Public Works Section 2 Said work shall be done and said materials shall be furnished at the exclusive ccst slid expense of the owners of lots parts of lots nail par cels of land fronting or abutting on said streets aforesaid and between said points in front of which said sidewalks respectively may be to constructed and under the supervision of the Board of Public Works of said and sub ject to the approval of said Board of Public Works and if it ehould hn found hy said Board 01 Public Works that any part fsaid improvements does not mnform to said FpecifiVations or to this ordinance or that any ma materials so furnished are not of the specificationsthe right to require the contractor to have the name completed in the man ner specified bysome other person at the cost and expense of such con trap tor Section 3 The contract for con structing said sidewalks will be awaid ed to the lowest and best bidder after proper advertisement for bids and the accepted bidder will be required to execute a bond with good and sufficient sureties to said city in a sum equal to thecost of the work pertormed under this ordinance to be approved by said City Councils Finance Committee for the faithful performance of his said contract and conditioned further that said sidewalks will be of such a grade of workmanship and such a quality of material as to remain in a substantial ly good condition for a period of five years after their accpptance as aforesaid and further that he will indemnify said city against any and all loss FlU delayInorilegifgeuceor employes in or about the prose cution of said work Section 4 The City Clerk is ordered to advertise for sealed proposals for constructing said sidewalks and furnishing the materials therefor which proposals roust be accompanied by the names of at least two good and suffi cient sureties acceptable to said Cit Council and sid City Council reserves the right to reject any and all bid so received and to advertise from tim to time for other hUla under the same terms and conditions The contractor to whonitho con tract for doing paid work may e award o J hereunder inns cuter Into nwritten contract with said city in the form usual in said city and must execute bond to said as herein txLove pro videdSSection fi Wh q hework Is com pleted in aoordanc i with the contract and specifications the work ihall be received by saul Citv Council upon recfttptui a certificate from the Boatd of Public Works stating that the work has been lone according to contract and specifications and said Board of Public Works shall apportion the cost of said improvement against the lots or grounds abutting or bordering the improvement and any owners of the lots or grounds abutting or border jg the improvement desiring to settle in agalnlithemadoption of tho apportionment pay the amount assessed against them to the City Treasurer who shall place the money in the Street Improvement thlrlydaystlonment the Treatnrer shall report to the Council the amount of cash received from whom and upon what lots it it paid and the Council shall order the Improvemeatpaid balance together with all expense attending the issue and sale of said bonds including the advertisement cost of printing bonds etc said bonds 0 bear interest at the me of six per cent per annum and when the bonds realizedStreet Improvement Fund andan order drawn against said Fund in favor amountdueof six ner cent per annum from the CityCouncilhim Section 6 That within thirty dayc after the advertisement for sale of Street Improvement Bonds It shall be the duty of the Mayor to lame the bonds bytubII1IMaIiAII1t iA DOCTORS say consumption can be cured Nature alone wont doititneedsIeip T is the beat help but its use must be continued in sum mer as well as winter Tafas la a little edd milk or watAr Cd a ama11 bottle now AUDrossWi AX DA HO OP per annum said bonds shall be issued In the denominations of one hundred dollars each payable ten years afar date provided however that said City nf at the option of its Oily Council mayredeern or all ofI raid bonds at the of five years alter date oi issue that Council may ordain and said bonds shall be dated on the day that the work was complet ed and accepted by the Board of Coup cil and shall be at the State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky and said bonds shall not be sold for less than par and accrued interest The amount of bonds issued for any one improvement shall be the amount of the Unpaid assessments us shown in the Board of Public Works apportionment together with the cost of advertising said bonds for sale printing and en graving said bonds andall ex penses attending the issues of same and the total amount thereof shall be assessed equally by the feet front upon the property fronting or abutting or bordering upon said improvement In case the same is undertaken the provision of Section 3572 and the amendment thereto of the Kentucky Statutes the intersection of corner lots adjoining shall be added to the cost of Improvement to be paid by the prop erty holders abutting the property im proved The assessment as soon M the improvement is fully completed and the sum which shall include the cost of the Intersec- tIon of corner lots aforesaid together with the cost attending the sale and issue of said bonds as aforesaid against each piece of property and also the owners thereof shall bo placed upon the tax list of the city and shall be payable at the office of the City Treasurer in ten equal annual installments with Intrest at the ratpj specified in said bonds uron the unpaid portion thereof and the said assessment shall be a Han upon all the lots ruts of lots and parcels of laad fronting abutting or bordering uppn said apportionment The first installment together with interest on the whole amount at the rate specified shall be payable at thQ first payment of taxes next succeeding the time the assessment is placed upon the tax list the interest to be computed to the date that taxes am due and pavable and the other installments annually thereafter and always at the time ot payment of the other citv taxes with interest on intallmenta not due at tliR time until all iiiRtall merits are paid The assessment may be collected like other city taxes or the city inav at any time alter one iR4tnllmeit remains delinquent for 30 ilays bv suit in equity enforce its lien for all of the unpaid installments with interest thereon to date nf satisfaction of same and itacoat expended Section 7 That nil ordinances and parts of mdinances in conflct herewith ate hereby renealed Section 8 That thisordinanco shall take effect and be in force horn and after its passage Adopted by a vote of 4 for and 0 ncainst 2 absent this 19h day oIAup 1909 Approved C E WOODS Mayor Attest A B FARIS City Clerk City Ordinance Be it ordained bv the Board of Council of Richmond Kv that the ordin ance nassed April lOOj regulating the sale of certain drinks be and is hereby amended as follows That any person or persons selling on Sunday any of the beverages or drinks setout in said ordinance shall upon conviction be fined SI 00 for each oflense anti shall forfeit their license granted under said ordinance and shall be entitled to no rebate lor- an unearned portion ufsiimn and ahull not be azair granted license for he same purpose Passed August 10 1C09 MayorAttest Must Be Good The Shelby iIle Record says base ball players like men in every other walk of life if they want to be stars and last must be of good morals and sober There is no lorger any place for the man who indulges In strong liquors and the player who gives way to other excesses enpshis own career Base ball differs from other sports in that it does not call for a man to be trained fine for some special day or honrbut to get into good physical condition and to bo able to maintain that condition for a long period man who abuses his body can do this Some of the best players in the Blue- Grass League drink too much and theyshould cut it out Sure Worm Exterminator- J C Fell Lnkenan Mo Breeder of Registered DurocJersey Hogs says We have been feeding Bour bon Hog Cholera Remedy to our hogs and find it to be a sure worm exterminator Spld by Perry Thomas Taken Up As Estray Rsd sow weight about 150 pounds came to my place about the 18th of August Owner can have same In proviuir property aud paying chiircep If SHELBY JEtT Her Life In Danger II You Have Catarrh or Weak Lungs Read This Some fiveyears ago r was taken with a bad attack of bronchitis I was affected with a bronchial cough and cold The coigh was very bad at night and I would wake upcht ing and gasping for broth nit UJT seemed to be a terrible stoppage In my throat and tubes My throat was tender and irritable and had an aching sensation which was bad at times I doctered and used several different remedies hut received any perniHiiei t relief that kept the maltij true omiii untIlused Hjomei This remedy which to me is certainly infallible cured me and to it 1 ascribe the CaUse of my bolngnlive Hyomel certainly saved my life and I accord it the credit It deserves Thorn is nothing too strong for me to HopklnsCutter HronM is breathed into the lungs through n hart rubber inhaler and this soothing antiseptic air as it pastes over the iniliracd membrane soothes the inflammation kilts the microbes and cure catanh Complete Hyomel ontGt tl inolud ing inhaler extra bottlen 5Ju at B L MiddltionV who guarautfo h MIONACUres1ndiQeatlonI- C idgI PROPOSALS Sealed proposals will be received un il noon September 18 190 for the in ttahlation of a pole line and lighting pparatns for the distribution of current to the sevaral buildings and the lighting of the campus of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School Richmond Ky Plans and specifications of an of tbtlbregorng equipment may be seen the office of the said State Normal School of Richmond Ky and at the iffice of Anderson Li Frankel Archi tects and Engineers Lexington Ky All proposals must be accompanied by a certified check of two 2 per cent of the amount of the contract price payable to the Board of Regents of the Eastern KentuckyState Normal School tl bda guaranty that the successful bidder or bidders will enter into con tract with said school in accordance with bid andgiye good security snrety company havinga local agent prefer red in an amount equal to 40 per cent of the contract puce Bids will be received on the whole or any part of work or equipment Each bidder must state in his bid tho time at which he will complete his part of the bids must be sealed and addressed to the Board of Regents of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School care of Anderson Frankel Architects Lexington Ky The law provides that all contracts will be let to the lowest bidder comply lug with the terms hereof and the statutesThe to reject any and all bids la reservedBoard of Regents of tho Eastern Ky State Normal School RichI rnondKyby J A SULLIVAN Chairman Executive Committee A Weakling is the only way to describe the poor child that Is piloted with worms No matter how much or how oiten it eats the worms get all the nourishment from the blood the child gets practically 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 A Perfectly Laundered Shirt is what you are positive of if you will send your bundle to us The very best domestic work cannot approach the superb excellence of oursfor the domestic hasnt the heavy machinery nor the quality of starch that gives the article that stiffness you will so appreciate A trial solicitedHugh Tevis Normal City Laundry Public Sole We will after forsale on Wednesday Sept J5 1909 at 10 oclock a m our farm containing 192 82100 Acres situated onebalf miie from Kingston Madison county Kentucky on tIle Kingston and fetes turnpike improvedfarms cultivationItana ponds There is about 100 acres in grisa 40 acres in meadow ani the re isl3itetlhoods in Madison conntv onebalf schoolhousemodern residence six rooms nil neces sary outbuildings barn tool house cistern good garden and youngoichard JllvenIhlpurchaJanuary 1 1910 purchasePrice Is1montbs Alienlil paidAnyone or Ri01M F COX R W Boulware R F D 3 Richmond Ky W P Prewitt Auctioteer 4jeeaWe at uee and women who areLot of men agreeable with others get cranky at home Its not disposition its the liver If you find in yourself that you feel cross around the house little things worry you just buy a bottle if Ballards Herbine and put your liver In shape You and everybody round you will feel bettor for It Price 50c per bottle Sold by Perry Thomas Notice to TaxPayers Taxes are now due arid we will be pleased if all will call and settle at once The penalty will be added as prescribed by law if taxes are not paid promptly There isjio reason for put ting this off as taxes must be paid P B Broaddus 8 M 0 8184t For Sale A good second hand buggycheap For particulars call at the Richmond Carriage Works Ira B Sleet Whito Wyandotto Specialist Warsaw Ky Says I had a fine Wyandotte Cock thatwas- so sick and weak he could not eat or drink for three davs I forced him to drink water with Bourbon Poultry Cure in it all the time and he is now in good health This remedy is the best I over used Sold by Perry Thomas QJ JU wJJIJJ 715 Vermifuge tHE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC ICWAHC OF IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PRCPANED ONLY ST BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOuIS0MO Take Netlee If you are all run down Foleys 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 Do not delay and risk having Brights disease or dia betes Take Foleys Kidney Remedy as it Is healing and antiseptic and will restore health and strength Refuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son aim For Rent Store room on First St Suitable for any kind of business Apply at tf A Dobrowsky FRESH OYSTERS oL GOOD MEALS COLD DRThKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco SecondRICHMOND KYCorner Main and ro Irt 0I FRESH OYSTERS TUllr ruan A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND II CURES Cream BiLfGUSNESS CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA COMPLAINTS MALARIA CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER I A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases caused by a TORPID LIVER Ono bottle purchased today may savo you a serious sick spell tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE BOTTLEPRICE SOc GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Rocolnlnondcc1 b PERRY THOMAS LB rN rrr fa fa I 1 T1F ult I Is a Candidate for REPRESENTATIVE FROM iif Madison County In the NoxfcJLogislature Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party v V 0YOUR SUPPORT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED At t Our Bed Room Sets r i f IThe pets we are showing now we believe represent the biggdi values ever offered in this vicinity They are aii superbly mart ufactured from the finest materials are of the latest design ndJit r r i 1 j eyThek fJ our easy payment planyou MMiiJf t wee WI 0 i Cf 1 t s 0i 0 l r j Ji EUMAN and H1G1INSHO- ME FURNISHERS A1f1 ware Hadquarter for Sewing Ma11111 i 1UPi u1Mutji jL ilv 1 8 U 1 f i1 t I 1 t iit THE RESULTS of Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade bO years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest to largest man Newest stock city to select Fine Line New Style Iand Furnishing Goods Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods p1 B StoufferOldest Established Clothing Tailoring House in Richmond Jt 1 eIieving that the people of Kentucky i lbe interested in the organization of the J J Citizens ji5 I S National HHH Life H Companys lir Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for t its stockwe will publish in this paper every week amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are amounts subscriptions for each week td FIRST WEEK AUGUST 2 i J tirij 10696000 j i ft TOTAL SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9 j r 20024000TOTAL THIRD WEEK AUGUST 16 PE345OOOooTOTAL FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 23 b 469 460 OO IF YOU IE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS ii ClimaxIOUlNATIOXALLIFEINAME ADDRESS 4 IT GIVES BEST LIGHT TRADE S1IITHSUANcgcr TRUSS 1HOLDS I Nemake a Specialty Fitting Trusses lkirY a1p1on4si L Sterling boy in from HatsSuit and T Insurance the the COUPON In A Bad Way Many a Richmond Reader Will Feel Grateful For This Information When your hack gives put achingWhenYour fciiineya are in a bad way youHereElbridge G Evans Depot St Sicbola3vile v savs From ex perience with Doans Kidney Pills I can say that they are an excellent remedy and ono that lives np to the ialrns mde for it I suffered from t severe attack of kidney trouble for sometime My back ached intcnsely md 1 had a soreness across my kid ieyo that made it hard formeto novo about My bladder Memed to he affected is the kidhef secreiona were too jrrquqatJD passsgbnt times whim at other there was u complete letentioti I at length bggn using- D ans Kidney Pills and their bent ficial tffect was noticeable from the first I was soon entirely cured and for that reason lam glad to give this rernedylinv endorsement For saie bv all dealers Price 5 cent FosterMilburn Company Buffalo Now York sole agents for the United Stales Remember the Bame Doans andi take no othtr auglm White PIymquthRocks For Sale Ihave n JFew nice white Plymouth Rook Pullets BdcoctreI8 for sale r D Miller li aVr 1 I BIBLE I MATHEMATICS II ByREVACDIXONBD I Patter of MChurch a The mathemat- Ics of Christianity is worthy of our study There Is multiplication of the Scripture Grace and peace- be multiplied There is division In thetext Study to show thyself approved unto God a workman that needeth not to be ashamed rightly dividing the word of truth And we have subtraction in the words Cease to do evil Ad dition in the ringing charge of Peter Add to your faith vir tue and to virtue knowledge and to knowledge temperance The word also which occurs in many connections has to do with addition though In the first text we shall study It is an addition to be lamented You find It in Matthew 104 Judas Iscarlot who also betrayed him The name of Judas Is among the apostles though the list Is made out after the betrayal He had a high position and a great opportunity He was trusted with the money and may have done much good but we know him not as Judas the disciple or Judas the apostle or Judas the work er but as Juras the traitor It is the also of shame the black brand which he placed upon himself one of the addition which we wish had not been made And Christians of today may have the also of shame attached to their names It would not be slanderous to write after the names ot some preachers a minister who also denies the deity of Christ and the inspiration of the Bible a Christian who also takes his social glass and sits be fore the footlights gazing at spectac ular obscenity believers who also are penurious and grasping Bene dlct Arnold was a barve soldier but he is known to the world not as Arnold the brave but as Arnold the traitor Mr Gladstone said to Charles Stewart Parnell that he was the greatest man he had ever known and but for his divorce proceedings Ire land would have had her parliament The also of shame neutralized and destroyed the influence of his great ness And so with many a Christian One false step one sin committed un der stress of temptation may blacken a fair name forever God save us from the also of shame In another Scripture we have the also of tribulation We rejoice in hope of the glory of God and not only so but we rejolco in tribulation alsoRomans 53 We are saved now but there Is a salvation to be revealed Christ Is the morning star We face the east watching for the sunrise But have we learned to rejoice in tribulation also or do we regard the sorrows and calam ities of life as out of harmony with its joys and hopes Such is the view of unbelief A speaker once said that man and woman have been ever since creation fighting a duel each one striving for the preeminence If we have no faith in the superintending providence of God there seems to be a duel between sorrow and Joy prosperity and adversity tribulation and jubilation but to a man who believes that all things work together for good to them that love God there is no duel but a duet The deep bass notes of sorrow are in perfect har mony with the high exultant notes of joy When Jesus went into a certain vII ling a certain woman named Martha re shed him into her house and she had Bolster called Mary which also sat a Jesus feet and heard his word This also Is the vindica tion of Mary We are apt to think of her as neglecting her household duo ties that she might sit at his feet and hear his words Martha com plained that she had been left to serve alone and Jesus took Marys part The also indicates that Mary had attended to her duties in receiv- Ing Christ and providing for him but she also sat at his feet and heard his word This also of devotion Is necessary for the fullness and com pletion of our Christian life It is the mealtime of the soul Jesus said If I go and prepare a place for you I will come again and receive you unto myself that where I am ye may be alsoThls also binds us forever to Christ Where he Is we shall be also As I look at this also it becomes a chariot of glory into which I may step and be carried through the gates of pearl Jesus will not be In heaven without me He is perparlng a place that I may go and enjoy it also Let us treat him here as we expect him to treat us there In my Fathers house are many mansions and the word mansion In this verse Is the same as the word abode in another verse which says We will come unto him and make our abode with him which being interpreted means while I am pcrparjng an abode for you will you not furnish an abode for me While I am getting heaven ready for you give mo a heaven In your hearts ENJOYED HIS LAST MOMENTS Eccentric Frenchman Having Made Up His Mind to End His Life Did Things In Style Says the Paris correspondent of the St James Budget Weary of life at the ripe ago of 70 XL Augusta Jaboia of Independent means residing in the Rue Poncelot put an end to his existence with no little ceremony Before retiring at night he spend nearly an hour discussing his favorite dishes with his housekeeper and finally drew up a sumptuous menu for next days lunch It was to be a great day tor him ho Informed her and be must have everything of the best He had purchased masses of flowers and these were to be placed In all the rooms The good woman grew seriously alarmed as In her opinion these prep herIthat her rule was at an end Her suspicions appeared to be confirmed when Jit Jabots came down next day in his dress suit with all his decora tions He took a cab and drove off to fetch the bride thought the un happy housekeeper- But to her amazement her master returned alone He sat down to his meal with a hearty appetite and then after giving orders that he was not to be disturbed he retired to his study There he was found dead some hours later having been suffocated by gas His matutinal expedition proved to have been to an undertakers where he ordered a handsome comn ARE WORTH ONE CENT APIECE Seeds of the Ginseng Command That Price and They Are Scarce at That Ginseng seeds are worth one cent apiece or from eighty to one hundred dollars a pound Dried root is worth 1 625 a pound When first growing from the seed the ginseng plants have two forks or stalks and one leaf on each stalk The second year it adds another leaf on each part and the third year the plant grows in three parts with three leaves on each part and this year a seed ball forms This grows dire t from the main stalk of the plant and from four to five inches above the foliage The av erage plant says a writer in Outing produces from fifty to sixty seeds and sometimes goes as high as 100 seeds Wild plants yield better than culti vatedThe fourth and fifth years one leaf Is added to each stalk The fifth year the plant Is full grown having three forks and five leaves to each stalk It grows from one to two feet in height sometimes as high as 27 Inches The leaves are broad and flat about four Inches long and two Inches wide when full grown with escalloped edges It takes five years to grow the root from seed for market and 18 months to germinate the seed for growth There is more cultivated root now on the market than wild The plants are found on high dry land In the woods and never In swampy places Winning Compliment The beautiful girl shook her head In the negative No said she after a moments deliberation I can neverno never be your wife But Ill tell you what I will do Just to show you that partIsome other girl and bombard you with my shoes for luck Ah here was an opportunity Quick as a flash the young man responded Please dont If you must throw old shoes borrow them And why not use my own Because they are so small we could never detect them from the riceFlattery won The beautiful girl decided then and there that the young man was altogether too clever for any other girl so she reversed her dcci aba and the cards are out Pattern by the Ancients At the Museum of Naturual History In New York recently a number of girls were sent in the interests of commercial houses to study the deco rative effects of the fantastic fabrics of the Inca maidens of ancient Peru A quantity of this cloth has been excavated and is now on exhibition at the museum The garments have been wonderfully preserved and are today probably as fresh as when they were put Into the ground beside the departed Peruvians to whom they belonged These Indian girls dressed In highly ornamented ponchos of colors as various as those of Josephs coat Van Norden Magazine Reputed Tomb of Menelaus The excavation of the ilenolaon the reputed tomb of Menelaus and Helen has brought to light some in teresting Mycenaean relics among them traces of frescoes fragments of pottery bronze and lead votive offer ings beads doubleheaded axes terra cotta objects and the like The Me nelaon itself was probably built about 5 B C In other words 600 years later than the traditional period of Menelaus A Gentle Suggestion- Im a consumer said the man who between hiccoughs was talking at the top of his voice In the owl car and there is no doubt that I am always getting the worst of things Well replied the advocate of local option there are men who seem averse to paying their good money for any other kind of an article Harvest Season is here and when in need of amachinetdont forget that i we handle the DeeringBrndaSrt iand Mowers 1 yj t S the mach h iioi c for its light draft4 nd v 1 v V u clurabiltty t j r L tic G TodIoe cr Curtis f j i t J i 1bJJ JViI ELECTRIC CREAM SEPARATOR Recently Invented Process Requires Much Less Time Than Costly Machines Now In Use It is now possible to separate cream from milk by the employment of electricity the process requiring much less time than with the costly cream separators now in use The process consists in passing an electric current through the milk to be treated the passage of tho current Cream and Milk Separator causing the separation of the cream from the milk The apparatus nec essary Is shown in the accompanying illustration the Invention of a Kansas City man The milk is poured into the funnel at the top and drops through the tube onto the Inclined chutes arranged one above the other Current Is supplied from adjacent storage batteries On its passage down the chutes the milk will alter nately be subjected to positive and negative current causing the rapid separation of the particles of cream The milk and cream will finally drop Into the receptacle at the bottom the cream collecting upon the surface where It can be readily removed by skimming The inventor claims that the alternating current is preferable effecting a quicker separation of the cream than can be obtained by cur rents passing in one direction NOTES OF THE DAIRY Clover ensilage contains more than twice as much more available protein as corn ensilage The dairy cow uses practically threefourths of her ration for bodily maintenance and energy It doesnt pay to buy stock chinery just because it Is cheapI never did and probably never will If skim milk Is added to the ration fed to young chickens it will increase the consumption of othr foods given Handle the cows in such a way that hey will be gentle The gentle cow almost invariably gives the most milk Feed which has been allowed to ge wet will ferment or sour readily ant cause intestinal disorders Dont feed it to your stock A feed of roots especially carrots Is greatly relished by the colt if when they are cut up a little oatmeal Is scattered over them Dont worry about the breed Per haps she Is only oneeighth Jersey or Holstein but if the rest is good dairy cow she Is all right Tho dairy cow reeds exercise but she will get it working over the large amount of feed she will consume She will not need running to get it A good many dairymen are feeding skim milk to their cows The animals seem to relish it and as it is not a fattening food it does them no harm Remember that flies breed in flIt and dust and carry more disease than rats Clean up every breeding place and screen them out of the house anti dairyWhether or not it pays to grind corn for fattening pigs d pends upon the price of corn and the facilities and ost of grinding which vary with th seasons and the conditions on the farmsThe Babcock test for ascertaining tho percentage of butterfat in milk and cream is reliable but dishonest 01 incompetent hands can make it a delusion and a snare Milking Tubes Often Dangerous Many a valuable bard milking cow has been ruined owing to the fact hat the milker has been compelled to use a milking tube and by the UBJ of the milking tube the cow has become infected oftanUmcs losing one or more quarters It Is not advisable to iso a milking tube If one can possibly et along without it says a writer in he Baltimore American The proper method of h1ug or vercoising hard milking lit cows or ieifcrs is by the use of a teat plug Oho teats sboud be washed with a ermUlller solution and the teat plug Jpped in the same solution then pped in a little healing ointment and S9eJ into the point of tho teat The eat pivg being selfretaining should- e remitted to remain IIi the teats ora one milking to anther This il rositvey overcome haTdJmirkln rows and hehel This ssce trcntwvnt Iff exceedingly urblc in iie trer tiantiot Bora teats ore the sore is at the point of the s end interferes with mITkhig This Mould be unusal news II men anti women would keep them selves free from rheumatism and all aches and pains as well us keeping their muscles and joints limber with Ballards Snow Liniment Sold by Perry Thomas Sheriffs Sate By virtue of Execution 0i directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Madison Circuit Court In favor ol Lizze J Wilmore against Joseph Grimes I or one of my depu ties will on- Monday Sept 6 1909 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 2 p m at the Court House door in Richmond Madison county Kv ex poss to public salejUf the highest and bet bidder the iollowiiip described property lor so much thereof may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt in tereit and costs towit 29 Acres of Land More or less on the Kiiksville Ken tucky River turnpike in Madison MtuilsterialDistnctthe north by the landot Allen Johnson on the east by the Kirksvilla and Ken tncky River turnpike on the south bs the land of J A Ham and on the weal bv the land of Clayton Senders leviei upon as property of Joseph Grimes TERJISSale will be made on r credit of 3 months bond with approved security required bearing interest a tho rate old pur cant annum fron day of sale and baying the force aa effect of a Sale Bond P B BROADDtJS SH Cfi August It lOOt c1G ATM PROJECTS THE MILKERS Frame Shields Person Frcm Cows Tall and Is Handy During Fly Time In Summer Here is a plan for protecting the milker from ri cows tall particularly during ny time fwd Slilnch boards 2 or three feet long ate fastened to gether with lath as indicated in the Illustration Another board of the same length Js set at ft short distance and is connected with a six inch board three feet long says a writer in Prairie Farmer The frame Is placed so that the lath work comes at tho milkers left hand as he is sitting at the sIde of the cow The rear board extends past his back I have used this plan for some time and find that It Is very satisfactory for protecting the milker from the tall COLD STORAGE FOR BUTTER Illustration Showing How Well Can Be Utilized During Vafrrt Weather for Cooling Tho accompanying picture taken from the American Agriculturist shows how a well may be utilized during the warm months for cooling butter milk and other perishable articles It will be found very handy as a substitute for a refrigerator when the farmer has not an ice supply Anyone can make a triangular shaped frame for the windlass which is placed above the well and any one can also put the trap doors in the platform of the well These doors Cold Storage for Milk should be provided with a lock so children cannot fall In A pin may be placed on the handle side of the windlass to prevent the crank from turning around when the box is low ered to the desired depthh The draIng is only suggestive The shape and size of the various parts will depend upon the style of the well Preferably the box should be made of galvanized iron and have perforatipns in the bottom so it maybe lowered right Into the water Of course this would not be feasible if the materials to be kept cold were not first placed in sealed receptacles Where a well with a bucket pump or the ordinary wooden pump is the only available place to put such a cooler the cooler may be put at one side of the well If necessary the position of the pump may be shifted VALUE OF RECORD TO FARMER Makes One Careful of Details and Gives Definite Account of Every Business Item It is a good thing to keep records of all farm operations They may seem trivial at the time yet some day are sure to be of value and are a great help and satisfaction in clear ing up difficulties that c6nstantly arise It requires only a small amount of work to keep them if the work Is done regularly and systematically From the fact that records are kept at all makes one careful of details and interested in making the things of which the records are kept to turn out best It helps the farmer to have a firm grasp on affairs and to know just where he stands in all his work He knows whether he is running his farm or any branch of his farming at a profit or at a loss In no branch of farming are rec ords of more importance than in dal rying It is of actual money impor tance to know whether a cow is mak lug a profit on her feed cr is eating more than she is worth It is also a good thing to know when cows are bred and when they are expected to freshen The creamery man knows to a fraction of a pound what he Is taking in and what he is selling He must keep accurate accounts He would be Involved in all kinds of difficulties if he could not give a defi nite account of every item of his business at any time What Is true of the creamery or any business operation is similarly true of dairying The trouble with most farmers is that they do not know where they are at and do not seem to care If they get along In some way that Is all they want They may be losing in some operation and yet not know it simply because they have no dpfinlte knowledge of profits and loss of the operation Their cows may be making them money or eat ing their heads off yet it is all the same to them The warmth of the cow stable in fluences the maintenance ration but in making the stable warm do not forgot to allow for good ventilation upon which depends the health of the cow A Sure Cure Win Manlove Tipton Ind says I had cholera in my herd and did not lore a hog after giving them Sour bon Hog Cholera Remedy In my judgement this medicine is a sure cure for hog cholera Sold by Perryand Thomas Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 2 direct ed to me which issued from tho Clerks office of the Madif on Circuit Court in favor of D MOhennult against Leslie Hunter I or one of my deputies will oil Monday Sept 6 1909 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 2P in at the Conrt House door in Richmond county Ky ea pose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property or so much thereof as may he necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt luterest and costs towJt The J8 Undivided Interest in the land of Allen Hunter deceased Hiid now held by his widow Mrs Allen Hunter contain ins 80 acres more nr less huRled on the waters of Red Lick 0 eek in the Elliston Magisterial District in Madison county Ky ad joining the lands of Jame Lynch and Mrs Lynch and bounded on the south by tho Red Lick county road levied upon as property of Leslie Hunter I TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of8 months bond with approved t security required bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum Irpin lay of sale and having the rorc and effect of a Sale Bond P BBROADDUS sxaAtJgHtt lTriq i Ffi r TO CLOSE OUT A CAR WE OFFER 1 50000Tubacco Sticks Si AT 4 75 per Thousand CASHf None charged at this price i ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 mar L A Depot l l i TODD SON f t Contractors and Builders j 1 f lWill furnish plans and complete any of a home or house you may desire All work guaran I to be the best that skilled labor can produce lAlso make a specialty of repair workof al kinds If I l you contemplate building it will be to your advan j tage to see us j LIThe selection of the graduation gift for the Sweet Gir Graduate can best be made here We have a splendid as sortment of small Gold Jewelry Watches Chains Bracelets Lockets NecklacesAll of the very best and of the charac ter that will give mutual pleasure to both the recipient and the purchaser All specially priced for this occasion Your examiuation is respectfully solicited L E LANED P Armeis Old StandMain Street The Burton Water System I Water Works For Country Homes By our Pneumatic Water System water is forced any where in house stable or yard for all domestic purposes and for fire protectiOn Cool water in summer and water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank underground no freezing or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic in action Air pressure generated by hand pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our individual water works plants are in use We hue m any letters from these satisfied users and have published about fifty of them in book form It makes a book of strong personal opinlcnsa copy free Costs S5OO and up according to your requirements Write for full par C A BURTON WATER SUPPLY COMPANY Ii Kansas City A MoI The latest best and cheepes plnnt for storing woter under preHKure nlvHj reliable iHire and cafe Cun be put in bv your self anti operated by hand motor gasoline anjiine wind milland in the latest and best water snpuly system This system in idenl for farms country homo iuhurlwti places and cnn be toany place condition or position These systems ore the very l est If you want to up sour place modern anti Imw nil the I latest improvement Splendid for lire protect your property rourIlloeecomforts of a city home The cot is slitht the benefits creat Sold By Richmond Motor Plumbing Company Incorporated IZaThls cut shows a well with hand pump J 7NCHSlA Repeating Shotguns by the U S Ord I INDORSED The choice of over 450000 Sportsmen Used by Charles G Spencer who led all other trap shooters in 1908 with the unprecedented record of 9677 for 11175 targets and by five out kof the first eight men for the year C Winchester Shotguns are safe sure i strong and simple they are t 3THL EATEM JI Tlr OUTSOOT JU 1ttlfl 1 l 0 i= = mc 3OOi r= K JLe r s Boys Suits Emperor Shirts WQ and clever models of ATRIOof CLOTHES for Fall wear These three models represent the cleverest styles of the season for the welldressedmanthe possess every vitalessential necessary to a well made smart appearing and CustomTailor ed Suit Youll find Griffon Clothes the sort of garments you have been looking for because theyre crafted with skill by expert tailormen in a whole sale custom shop where only high class workmanship is possible fr I 10 1250 15 18 and 20 With Knicker M Trousers r 250 300 350 4a00 Heres the chance for SCHOOL SUITS of which provident parents will not fail to take advantage for their boys All kinds of materials and patterns andall sizes in each of the four lots I IRespectfully Submitred to the Cash Trade r E V Elder j 1 Enquirer Hats 3 Stoughton Shoes 350 and 4 II pRii o eij in cTjS r1X= J ========= =xx======= r8E3ESEEES == i n THE CLIMAX ONE YEAR rs t l9Qy j tt W D Oldham Co j f I r ti f j 1 1 Dryfioods j f 2Notions t ICloThing li sd II t j f v hJf t 7 f l t 4 t l IIS 1ii Y I jt 1 r t fFi r f j 1 c r iji f tA t iI j 1 1 1 F II q r Jti d l 11t I t- f IBUs keG h Storef r J50 WE WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD HONEST AND DURABLE JOB OF PAINTING tocn11eIpaintermoney than we will charJehut will durableOur thlelomnterjalstyjlypurewlihtc4ead the most expensive colors rellnblennddnrabllpron for us If you otherfellowconsideringuse and the reliable results we Jive LetusW P AXTER Phone 412 Louisville t1t L LIEocicrjLv m 1220pm pmLv200pmLvAr iJeattyville 1150 a m 480 pm WEST BODND 120pmLvLv Richmond 825 a m 345 pm pmLvAr pmAllOn Saturday only train leaves Ver at 720 p m arriving at Rich Beattyvilleat mond 930 p m- OnSnmlavsonlr train leaves Rich mondat4OO p m arriving at Boat ty ville 650 p m Train leaves Rich mond at 345 p m zirriviiiR at Ver eailes at 530 p m Trains connect with Q C at Nicho andInterurbanH R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky L and N Time Card SOUTHBOUND No PaintLickRlchinonduailyrive Rowland 1045 a m No 27 For Silver CreekPaint LickLan toLouisvilleM arrives Louisville 010 r M No 33 For Jacksonville aud the South through trains leave Richmond 1135 A M Leave Cincinnati at 815 A M No 37 For Knoxville through trains makes all stops leaves Richmond 1043 AM Arrive Knoxv 700 p M No TickLancastermond 721 P arrive nt Stanford 850 Daily except Sunday Leave FonrthSt station Cincinnati 255 PM No 31 Limited for Atlantaleaves Rich Athanta825 r MNORTHBOUND No leaveRichmondnati 755 A si- No 10 From Stanford leave Richmond MNoRichmond via Rowland 1235 noon No leaveRichmondnati 610i sr No 32 JacksonvUleCincinnpti limited iveCincinnatiNo arrivesRichmondAt trains run daily except whereo i otherwise redcedRiCi4LOhld lair PrQlanlLyNt lWwi BQM Ite4tirglj M y inii- i 1 U 4 The Richmond Climax WEMBUT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Ineorporatedfl A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor tecrker el PRESS ASSOCIATIONn tat TUeilStERS LEAGUEr FBICE 1100 PER YEAR izAUVANCEd WEDNESDAY AUG 23 1909 ANNOUNCEMENT I announce myself n candidate for the Legislature from Madison county subject to the action of ifIONE QUESTION ALWAYS ASKED Employer of Labor Wants to Know If Formation of Jaw Is Natural or AcuiredoThere Is one question I always ask a man who wants a Job remarked the business man who has to hire Eeveral hundred men for different po sitions each year The question 1 always ak them 151 Do you smoke a pipe touch Of 0urse the answers are various Some Of them smoke a pipe a great deal and others not at all Some smoke cIa arettes although I seldom can get a man to admit It There seems to be a general guilty feeling when a man Is a cigarette smoker Some of them smoke cigars My business Is such that it makes very little difference to their availability to me no matter What they smoke Why do I ask about the pipe Well not that I have the least interest in their habits or that I have any prejudice one way or another In the mat nater The reason Is that I want to know whether the formation of their lower Jaws Is natural or acquired- A man with a firm lower Jaw Is ale Ways a man of parts and of will I say always anyway most always If he does not smoke a pipe his square Jaw back near where it hinges on to the upper one Is natural If he is a pipe smoker the looks are deceiving and I have to Judge his caliber some other way Pipe smokers always have strong muscles back on the face about the place a man stops when he makes the shavingTheseJaws together They often give a whoiquestionsbut REDUCE TARIFF ON BABIES Advice Given by Puck to New York Doctors Who Are Not Too Well Off Financially American Medicine says that the economic problems of the practicing physician are dally becoming more se rious and that 60 per cent of the phy sicians in New York are not earning 1500 a year It says there is trou ble somewhere and finds some of it in the too rapid growth of special ism beyond all needs and demands There or thereabouts we guess Is the main trouble Most families can afford a family doctor to tell them whats the matter and what to do but comparatively few families can af ford a doctor who must ask some oth er doctor what ails them and then call in a third or fourth to do something It is not that all the doctors may not be amply worth their fees but that the families have not got the money to divide among so many Fir teen hundred dollars is not an excessive doctors bill for so simple an event as a new baby in a moderately welltodo New York family Edler ly people who are out of the habit of having babies can often afford such a fee and would cheerfully pay it if they had occasion But rash young people who are the ones who have the babies when there are any cant possibly pay for them at that rate And they dont of course but as a rule they pay more than they can afford and have it deep ly impressed upon them that babies are beyond their means But babies are the beginning and mainstay of the doctors business They mean fees at the start and then patients They should be welcomed not scared ottoWe recommend the physicians to reduce the tariff on ba bies in the interest of trade Puck Origin of Sounding Taps It Is not generally known says John H Kent a retired army omcer that the custom of sounding taps over a soldiers grave originated with the late Capt John C Tidball TJ S A On the retirement from the penin sula in August 1862 Horse Battery A Second Artillery was serving with the rear guard and on reaching York town one of the cannoneers died and was burled there Not wishing to stir up the enemy by firing three rounds from the battery guns as was customary Capt Tidball substituted the sounding of taps lights out which im pressive ceremony has since been observed at all military funerals at the serrIcesVashlngtonLetter British Capital in Mexico Of all the countries In Latin Amer lea in which British capital is inter ested the republic of Mexico figures second on the list the total being 696238305 which is however only a few millions greater than the amount Invested In Brazil British capital in vested in Mexico has not been particularly remunerative in fact it has been less remunerative than in any other countries with which we ate concerned Of the grand total 351 606700 Is in the bonds of the govern ment which total is about 20000000 less than the amount in Argentine bonds but some 100000000 less than the amount invested Jn Brazilian ndsExchangeModern Methods The reservation Indian was instruct ing his son in the higher branches of salesmanship as applied to the sassafras business And now whats the clinching argument dad tha last word that never falls to land em asked the bright young brave And ManFooHshLIkeaFor for that was fathers real aames Tell the tightwads that iYCWcrwajthrough Jsunday Magazine Fat Rent i Three rooms over Singer Sowing Machine office on Second street apply this office tf Stops earache In two aiantes toothache or pLa of burR or seeld Jn live minutes JbeMaess 6n UKwrj IIUIeto rlli Ulotf ftt M n- h a fl Pev ij c t of C REFINES IRAiN AND SPIRIT Result of Continued Physical Suffer InQ Some Thought on Relativ ity of Jluman Suffering After nfl the relativity of human ilSer is a matter of profound slg hincance to the miserable It is Idle to Bay that wG Cannot bear out own 5Bj any better because some one else suffers a sharper one In point o f fact If we do not boar it better Silgbtgrateful or both and which of us is eady to answer to this charge ItaIs the tendency of continued physical suffering to refine the brain and the and as a class invalids are not ull nor 40 I think them lacking in gratitude writes Elizabeth Stuart Phelps in Harpers Bazar Take the situation without idle romance or misdirected restlessness You suffer pain But can you sleep Generally speaking can you command sufficient number of hours uncon lousnels out of the 241 Then is pftln a secondary and quite manageable affair Your nerves are shaken or shattered But are you disabled Can you move about Then If you cannot which is altogether possible exercise your nervous system into At least you can controls so far that you ought to thank heaven for every motor muscle left at your command THE RULING PASSION STRONG Elderly Lady Harked Back to Tim When Pattern of Her Stockings Meant MuchSTo have been a soubrctte nil ones lite and then to grow old Why should one be expected to changed Why should not the habits of thought Of years reach on into the seventies The talc is told of that dear lady who dancingIntassels on her boots and the lilt of kindred ditties Her daughter In con stant fear of pneumonia for the frail tiny old laJy urged upon her the wearing of woolen stockings She sweetly but firmly declined consider- Ing the ugly things and needing a new supply laid the case before her son He saw the point at once and bought her a box of the sheerest daintiest most openwork affairs the market afforded To the surprise of all she never wore them Throughout the winter and far into the spring she spoke no more of stockings but meek ly wore the ugly woolen ones of her daughters choice At last one day her son asked her why Where he queried are those pretty things I bought you Oh my dear boy she thoughtfulmej and of course you couldnt pos sibly know but the patterns are so unbecoming I cant wear them Pride and Awe gonetohis fortune was inspecting his native village It was the first time in many years that he bad set foot in the old town and he was amazed at its shrunken appearance The friend of his boyhood had him in tow with a mingled feeling of pride and awe Its fine to be back again said the successful man Its fine to have you back remarked the friend of his boyhood Here awe was uppermost Still things look rather run down around here mused the successful manHere awe got a severe jolt and pride asserted herself Run down snorted the friend of his boyhood I should say they are run down Why theres an automo bile comes through here about every three hours System That Worked Well A man walked Into a railroad office and addressed the chief clerk who was his friend and asked him if be could recommend a good filing system The chief clerk explained the system he was using and his friend left saying he would install the same kind in his office About two weeks later the chief clerk met his friend Well how Is your filing systemr Oh it works fine How is business Not much You see It Is this way We have to spend so much time working the filing system we havent any time left for buslnessJudges Li brary No Old Maids Wed have no old maids If we took a lesson from the ancient Babyloni ans a spinster said In Babylon un married women were graded by the state atcording to their looks For a beautiful young wife the state demanded a large number of gold pieces a less desirable wife cost a smaller number of gold pieces and this money was all paid out again as rewards to those who married elderly unattractive girls Thus it cost a fortune to marry beau9but If you married ugliness a fortune came to you Hence all was happiness in Babylon and old maids were unknown A Cool Confession If you had space for only a snjall library what books would you chooseI answered Miss Cay enne Id follow the example of most of my friends who assume literary su periority For the library Id select Volumes whose titles would make a good impression and keep the current novels and magazines out of sight If you havent the time to exercise regularly Doans Begulets will pre vents constipation They induce a mild easy healthful action of the bowels without griping Ask your druggist for them 25c Notice Having purchased the Coa and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen aweS we use this method to invite our friends and the public for a share of their patronagefrWe handle the celebrated Vt g Rich Mountain Jellieo Coal J which we guarantee to fire perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted with our Coal andj etbod of doisg bWliHA tL rI1a c r t3 I Commissioners Sale T 0 Bronstons Admr and Heirs against Plaintiffs T 0 Bronstons Crds tIre Dfts Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1009 in the above style cause the undersigned will o- naturday Aug 2809 between the hours of 1030 oclock a1 m nd 12 oclock m on the premises pro- c eed to expose to public sale to the lghestand best bidder the following described property viz Lots No J 2 and 3 LoLNoI contains 12 acre Lot No2 12arre No3 50100 acre Said lots will fliat offered as a whole and then separately and thn bid producing the must mouey will be ac epted Said lots are On the Lancaster pIke one and a qunrter miles from town TERMS Sale wilt be made on a credit of six months Jhe purchaser will tm required to give bond with ap prttd Sjcurl v for the payment of time noueyto have tile force and effect nf a Judgment bearing legal interest frcm davof ale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid TIl COLLINS M C 11 C C Commissioners Sale Flood Co Ac Plaintiff againstShelbY c Defendants Notice of Sale In Equity By virtuevf a judgment and order of ale ol the Mptlibon Circuit CoUrt ren ered at the May term thereof 1009 i eundersignd Saturday Aug 2809 between the hours of 1030 oclock a in and 12 oclock in on the premises on Lancaster pike near Richmond lvproceed to expose to public wile to the tollowirJtdiRcribcdLying in Madieon county on the CreekbeJinninJHale and wife at A on plat thence with their line N SI 12 E264 poles to a stake near the end of a stone fence corner to raid Hale at2still with his linn N 67 SV 714 poles to a dako an other corner to said Hale at3 thence S22IiiVJ246polestoaatakeateasend Douglas it 4i thence with his line polestostakilJlencecorner to a wire lence anti Mrs Fife White thence with her line N 28 12 E 1058 poles to a stake a corner to eaid Mrs White at 8 thence S 53 E 48 4 poles to a stake in Adam Greens line at 9 i thence S 22 12 W 418 poles to a stone same corner and in all 478 poles to a stake and corner to the swop at 10 thence S 65 E 121C poles to a point in the center of Lancaster pike at 11 thence with center of the said pike S 31 W 50 3 poles to a Stake in the center of slid pike at 12 thence S 67 12 W 418 poles tc the beginning containin 99 acres he the same more or lea Or a sufficient qnantitv thereof to produce the sum of 5 55283 the amount of money so 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 required to trite bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the forco and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest from day ot sale with a Hen reserved upon said property until all tho purchase money is paid T H COLLINS M C M C C DeWitts Little Early Risers the pleasant safe sure easy little liver pills A salve you may always de pend upon in any case where you need salve is Dewltts Cnrbolized d goforSPRING IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING Nothing is daintier or prettier for springor summer lingerie than Hand Work and- Embroidery Miss Eva Roberts carries a full line of materials with stamp log outfit and will be pleased to have her iriendsand patrons canISrtisfaction Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephon 267 Office in Oldham Building Dr C H Manhart Graduate McKIllIpp Vetertn icllege 01 Chicago Ill Veterinary SurgeonCA- LLS AKaV hUED PROMPTLY Office at Vaughn iSamuels ttable Telephone RICHMOND KY O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW tICHHOXD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burjrfa JDe- nnjDENTIST Orer 8ttr BanK Trust Company TKLEP11ONE Dr FS Smith DENTIST Hobson BuikJkig PHONE 205 i i AsiVa4mraYA X10HMOKD TEKTDCEY J1ee Mt Wek Tret Cotop cvtHIIMI fIB aia SilMr 1I Bkaloa tDBNTJT JpI1sifll4wtJIM 1 7 i DONTGOOTHIS j We have u lunch aCanned Iik2flUe fo- rsaaQiFqualto four4i1kens All 1iiiiciJ D vIedaij1 ptted I Jeats sal sin s etc f T J uoumgtOij ibfB Phone 72 232 West Main street I George English J I PLUMBING lfr IDoctol for f Gas and Gasoline Engines s Agents for Johnson Bet Syst niof WeLter Works for country and suburbap homes 210 E Main Street Phone 619 t RICHMOND KENTUCKY f Freeman Grider Real Estate Fire Life Accident and LjAbUitjr iMKrsuMe Agents If youwftrifc to sell your property list it wIth them If you want to insure it see them V OniM star Birrx t owas DtHVore t U The Schlegel Studio T Portraits Views and Enlarging Special attention to Amatuer WorkICall and see us Respectfully McGaughey Moberley USE A NEW PmIiEcrION t i WIek Blue Flame OICookStove Because its clean q Because its economical Because it saves time Because it gives best cooking results Because its flame can be regulated instantly Because it will not over heat your kitchen Because it is better than the coal or wood stove Because its the only oil stove made witha useful Cabinet Top like the modern steel ranrC I JIITHE SHOylOF SHOWS LI I 1BIG cannot be equaled ThcLyflp for its bright and Fsteady light simple construction vSaC and absolute safety Equipped with latest improved burner Made of brass throughout and beautifully nickeled An ornamost to nay room whether library diningroom parlor or bedroom Writs to our nearest agency if not at your deafer s STANDAItn OIL COXYn- torpcrtC I AYSS N IGHTS 30OOOO r4 r 1909 lA IN PREMIUMS BOISE SHOWYANDTmPPODROME I JtffNl8NI DAILY KACES NATIELLQ AND HIS nAND lilt ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS 25 GREAT jvSIIE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 Here the liaest live stock and the best fora products arc ntezubIeiSfrlsnd DMJ kk4 aawement is coakiecd with iclormatioa Show rala or shine day aod ifttti ti i staa i aett Bajailicect Live Stock PariBoa la the world sarfKrfXMwfeaWiUSelierc COME LQW RAILROAD RATES rOK INFOKMATIONCATALOGUEENTIUr BLANKS ADDRES- SJJ NEWMAN Secretary MO Paul Jonea Bids Louisville Ky 1 LOU I SV r LtJ r r 4 f5 6 t7 n l i 1 Spring I RugsBrussels I I t 9x 12 Ser Best asI thisI I I chase i I f I I BENNETT and HIGGINS I I Furniture and Und rtakingI I Telephones 73 Main Street I p pppp m p eq p THINK ABOUT THIS CAN you affjrd to delay OF nation what avail is procasti T bestIn a few weeks 4 prices will be hl he- rLET us therefore have order now GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico We have tim exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oura is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere ands possiblyless Full Weight or Coal Forfeited B H Luxon Bro k Dyeing and Cleaning Dye will no rub off or stain Wotk guaranteed Bell Breck Phone 349 The Richmond steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 Farm of about 140 acres on Silver Creek All Improvements For terms etc Apply to Mrjj Minerva Barnes 3t ltFP No Mrs W W Ralston Hopklnsillo Kysays 41 have been raising chickens for nearly fifty years and Bourbon Poultry Cure is the most satI- sfactory remedy I have ever used for chicken cholera and gapes I am tee ommedning it to my neighbors Sold by Perry and Thomas Lost Gold rim nose Iasseswithchain at tached Return to this office For Sale or Rent Farm of six acres on Big Hill pike just outside city limits Well improved and Watered Good dwelling and out buildings Possession Jan Apply withi ten dava to Mrs M D Coffield or B B Botn at Kingston 2t Strayed or Stolen From Joe Chenaualts place on the f mr mile road one sorrel mare nine or ten pars old with star in forehead and small gnii n nni Any informa tion leading to her recovery will be gratefully received by WT Griegs or Mrs J M Garrett Ft Garrett Ky 2t S Wanted- A good co npany writing ert sick accident and natural death policy on earth s tine rate lor all occupations color or sex no rpBtrictionp desire agents to nnlle country and city trade Goia Can handle as a line Addtesg Box 154 Scranton Pat Baby Morphine Fiends are made by all soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotics McGees Baby Elixir contains no injurious or narcotic drug of any ktpd A sure and safe cCre for disordered stomachs bowels and fretfulnesssplendid for teeth ing Infants Sold by Perry and Thomas Just Take a Whiff of our dulnty perfumes aad toilet waters They possess that delicate odor which Is the mark of refinement They are of the sane higk standard as our drugs and sieiicines So If you regard your toilet as well ai yoHr health this phanuacy will be your favorite WkITh4 Vit4U- r r i r 11 Around j+ + The L N passenger depot has been repainted and presents a neat aqd attractive appearance The L N carried a big load of excursionists to Cincinnati Sunday a large crowd coming down from Irvine and Beattyville Dont get the idea that the L A depotSuchtrains on that road goto the old depot Five days of pleasureSept 7 8 9 10 and l1the dates for the old Bour bon Fair at Paris special features in premiums grand saddle and harness stakes free entrance to all classes ten big Midway shows plenty of free at tractions Webers celebrated Military curingHolz Lost or Stolen pupMissed I turn Carl Todd tf Moving Pictures At the Princess Rink Come and ee our pictures which have only been out six weeks Admission 5 cents Open every night 730 Found Bunch of keys on Sumrnitt street bunca of 12 keys Owner can get same by calling at The Climax office and paying for this notice It Strayed From my farm on August 15 3 year old bay horse mule about 15 hands high Reward oflered C F Itrk- Bichinotid Ky 2t Route 3 A Gwin And A Comin The Harrodsburg Herald says the biggest trust on earth is the country newspaper It trusts everyaody gets cussed for trusting and if it busts for trusting pets cussed for busting And there you are Gut out this article and send it to us wilhwbat you owe on subscription Wise Young Man A young man who for the first time had an engagement to accompany young lady to an ice cream supper was much puzzled to know how much cream to buy for her Ho finally had recourse to hia Rays Arithmetic and there finding one gal four quarts went happily on his waj believing he had solved the problem Honor For Mr Sullivan Gov Willson has appointed our townsman lIon J A Sullivan as one of three delegates from Kentucky to the meeting of the National Associa tion of Supervisors oi State Banks which meets in Chicago Sept 13th and llib This will be a meeting of great importance and our people are glad of Sir Sullivans appointment No Fakirs Tho management of the air are to congratulated on the tact that they permitted no fakirs or skingame men on the grounds last week These fel lows operate at most county fairs and fleece the people out of sunny dollars While it is true that men who are swindled in these games deserve to lose yet it is a bad plan to put tempta tio as in their way Girls Beware- A young lady in Greece Ia contract ed the habit of chewing gum and be came a slave to it A few dave ago she noticed a peculiar twitching in the left side of her mouth It grow worse and finally the mouth was drawn out of shape and physicianwas summoned Hejironouncsd the trouble paralysis of the mouth due to mastication Hides Behind Fence It was reported in tho papers several days ago that Ed Callahan since he was sbot in his store lies made a prac tice of running from his store to his home to puzzle the aim of any sharp shooter who might be lurking in the woods nearby in order to get a crack St him Callahan has says a Jackson visitor decided of Into this It too much trouble and accordingly tiai built a high fence from his store to his home which obecares the view of his route What falt Mr w P BarneS who resides OH the larnesville pike about sir miles frwri town brought to The Climax office part of the carcass ofa animal thelike of which was never seen in thia country It was found oil his- plice sod the akin had been removed OwlHtfto ita peculiirabap and the feet that I orttou of the botly1tU WB i Me pni WM fiblB to MUM Hi Hd eb tn- lllUII1Ii w w i i IIW Coiirigton flanksn 1t tiaH I j Boys Wash Pants v 17cA Reduced from 25 and 50 centsrAbout 75 pairs White Duck White Pique Linen Crash and other desirable fabrics that sold for 25 35 and 50 cents 4 1 choice while they last 17c a pair t i Rompers Reduce dl7 f Keystone Brand The buttons stay cri df f 1 iOflt seams do not rip quality good ii0t i throughout i J Cifr f 50 cents for 39 75 cents for 59 r t l i ji4 I r COVINCTON BANKSTHE FOR QUALITY 4w 2L r Call up C W Cobb KyforCountry Bacon Coun try Lard the kind your mother had Phone 2462 Are Very Thankful The ladies m charge of the dinner at the fair for the benefit of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary ask Tne Climax to ex tend to the public their hearty thanks for the liberal patronage enjoyed Aneatsum was realized which will go toward defraying the expenses of this institution for which the ladies workso hard to maintain Music Was Fine The music at the fair last week was highly complemented by the large crowds As stated in last issue the Richmond Military Band was aug mented by a number of musicians from the Frankfort Band making a fine or ganization Under the able leadership and direction of Prof Alex Bowles the boys put up a high grade of music that was appreciated by the people Big Pugs To Box Directors of the Middlcsboro fair have secured the two noted pugilists John L Sullivan and Kilrain to give daily exhibitions in boxing at the lair beginning icpt 1 Wouldnt it be fun to see some bigmountaineer pull a 45 and make em scatter We would like to hear the brush crack as the big follows hiked through the mountains To Da Some Good A church for the benefit of tho some hundred employe of the Elmamlorf farm of Air James U lltggin will be erectedit is said at tlm intersection of the Maysvillo and Ironworks pikes southwest of Mr C II lierrymana home The church will be nonsecta rian Mrs Hogan it wilLhe remem bered has donated sums to clar atable as well allreligious institutions in this section of the State prominent among which was Margaret College in VersaillesSThe Interurban Road The North Middletown correspon dent of the Paris Kentuckian says Theta will be a nieetlug of AVinches tcr North Middletown and Sharps burg Intcrutban Committee at this place nxt Thursday There are two propositions before the committee tj build the road for a specified amount and the right of way and those inter ested think prospects are very favor able Frpm what we can hear it looks like it iaSharpsliurgand North Middle town and Little Sock to do their part to get the road Winchester and Clark county being ready to do more than halt RunsJhirteenMiles Last Wednesday an automobile- party w 8 returning from Irvine when they overtook aloose horse 18nrilee from Richnjpnd The anmal became very much frightened and madea bee line an this direction Alt efforts to head him proved rattle Gaining on the machine lie WitS Roon out of sight and nothing mole was thoughtof it until the autoista began to hear ot pt1itsIcity they found the horse had come Into town bcfiM tb m here about 90 inluWrt HPS ril tioflii tlir fkM- Id itii th IkPv t fJl1t- U tt wtvn IJINIIn r Successful Meeting Lexingtoncloswoods Christian church Sunday night with twentyseven additions This is the most successful meeting at this church within the last decade More than a thousand people were present at the baptism at B 0 Becks pond Sunday afternoon Dr Spencr left Monday morning for Lincoln Neb to deliver an address A Serious Accident A tow days ago as Mrs Jennie Faulk ner White was at Winchester en route to Richmond she met with a very painful and serious accident at the Land N station She was standing on the platform talking with sonic friends when a large baggage truck was hauled by one of the wheels passing over her foot She came on to Richmond where medical attention was rendered but the foot is still badly swollen discolor ed and very painful She in with relatives here unable to proceed to South Carolina where she is teaching in a large school Honors For Mr Clay lIon Brutus J Clay United States Minister to Switzerland has recently been paid a very High compliment by the Swiss Goyernment in that he has been appointed corresponding mem ber of the National Institute of Gen eva This is an honor seldom con erred upon an American as Mr Clay is one of but nine or ten Americans who have received such an appointment Mrs Clay with her son Wm Fish Marstoller who was lately grad uatcd from the University Geneva expects to an ivo early in September for a visit to Kentucky relatives Mr Clay will remain in Geneva un til his successor is named Should Act Right Now sucTfessall credit to those who made It a success Years ago the fair at Rlchraond was a notable event crowds attended the show of stock was the best and it was instructive aud enjoyable Now why nut again make the Richmond fair an attractive event Tho attendance at the last fair tells what can be done if only an effort would b u made sow This county has a population of 40000 Our people aro a strong peo ple with good common sense and our farmers are prosperous and Intelligent Why not now go to work buy thollJ and repair the building or buy a suitable placeS aiuftcfrect suitable building fathers were llberal and proud enough to buy land and build most sub stantial amphitheatre to make the fir at Richmond in their day a time and placo for instruction for im provement and socialenjoyment Cant we now do what they did Hav3 our farmers degenerated Has our county pride left us Have we forgotten that our pepple must ave a time and plac at which to come together at least onco a year so that they can see and talk to each other compare notes tell ex periences in raising crops and stock and what they think about fertilizers Improved Machinery etc The fair Is the best place for this to be done Our farmers and business men should think and act for the writer of this finds that great good and much pleasure and caa be bad if the fair is made a success s ThWJnr3idn1ylrSefx7uwill ttti ptowtt aPffpr l i ttttlii J Wi e A14eWi4M1 j A Great Success Madison County Fair the Best Held in Recent Years Big Crowds and Good Time The fortythird annual exhibition at the Madison County fair grounds came to a close Friday afternoon Not withstanding the abundance of rain during the summer the weather man was good to our people aad eich day was clear anti warm The attendance was small on first dayas is always the case yet there were more people on grounds than on this day lastycar Thursdaywas the banner day in point of attendance Richmond has the largest amphitheatre in the state and when The Climax says this was tilled to overflowing some idea of the number of people present may be had Friday also brought out a big crowd so the stockholders will come out on the good side of the ledger when all affairs are settled up President Scanlan and Secretary Dunn proved to be the right men in the right places and to their untiring efforts Is due the lions share of credit for the suc cess of the meeting The other officers nil had a shoulder to the wheel and the people owe them a debt of gratitude for furnishing the splendid entertainment The show of stock was both large and excellent Some of the finest stock in Kentucky competed and the displaywas highly complimented and enjoyed The decisions were satisfactory In every case and while many wero disappointed of course yet they wore satisfied tho judges acted on their best judgement and there was none of the complaining usually heard at some fairs The dit plays of womans work country pro duce etc was very tine and were manyentries in cash ring The work was especially tine and was highly complimented The cakes and hams attracted great attention and were larger and better than ever bolero Tho dinner served by the ladles for benefit of the P A C Infirmary vaa the best ever spread at the grounds and that is saying a great deal In fact Jt would be impossible to get a better meal anywhere These ladles worked like trojans and were highly complimented the complete success of their undertaking The order during the entire meeting was perfect thanks to Captain Allman and his able deputies though every one seemed to boon his good behavior and tho services ot the officers were not needed The Climax intended to publish tho list premiums together with names ofwinners oi first and second premiums but a rush of work together with a big run of advertising matter ranko this impossible The fair was thoroughly njoyableI throughout and as stated at beginning of this article the people very grateful to the officersand stock holders for bringing about the pleas ant meetings Coming Through Richmond The Louisville Automobile Clnb has planned tour through the Blue Grass region on October 9th and 10th The trip will be made through Bards town Spriagfield Perryville Daa villa Stanford Lancaster Richmond WiCMaterMt Sterling Carlisle Cyatkkaa Paris LeaIngtoH1letzra a town Frankfort ami hurt to 114- thwkiittft tt is4HfMI MA MMMif IVTftt t i 4 i il 7ic BIG DROP IN 1ti i if I y Boys Wash Suits In order to close out a surplus of Boysjlli ftas Suits we quote for ten days prices iIf ritas follows 1 t 50c Suits for 3975c Suits for t Lf ril 443 t 59 1 Suits for 79 t 3 2 Suits for 129 f 11 These are brandnew goods made in the latest stylos and are shown in a vari ety ofvery attractive patternsSt 1 i I r j J STORE i fairgrounds a Most Too Far The most radical prohibition meas ure ever drawn has passed the lower hoiue of the Alabama Legislature It prohibits the sale of papers advertising any form of intoxicating liquors and also it is prima facie evidence ot guilt if the liquors alleged to have been sold have a like color odor or taste of prohibited liquors BroaddusRichardson Miss Emma Broaddus and Mr Ernest Richardson surprised their many friends last Thursday by being quietly married at the residence of Rev C A Tague in this city The bride is a well known and popular young lady the groom being employed by the L A Railway Co They have the best wishes of a legion of friends fora long life of happiness Visiting In Illinois The Climax rectived a splendid communication from Mr A J Million who is visiting in Bloomington Ills He says it has been sixteen years since he was there and the growth in the city is noticeable Its a fine coun tryaround Bloomington with corn crops looking fine and oat making 60 to 70 bushels to the acre He meets up with many Kentucky people all of them prosperous and getting along nicely among them B R Million C R and John Tudor Boone Roberts John Long Juhn March Din March and many others from Madison county He says there are so many Kentuckians there he feels like at home but after all theres no place like down in the hills of good old Ken t uckyb Important To Sheepraisers As is known the United States Government has placed a quarantine against Kentucky sheep on account of the presence of scab in many parts cif the state Notices to this effect have been sent to county officers and Judge 1urpln tells The Climax that lie will be glad if the sheep men in the county will call at the court house and talk over the matter with him A meeting ol Kentucky sheep raisers will beheld in Louisville September 15 to take action toward having the quarantine raised and Judge Turpin will appoint delegates from Madison county It you are interested in this important matter see Judge Turpin at once as he wants to appoint delegates right away Important Train Changes Beginning Mondaythe L A road began running their passenger trains Into the L N station This docs not discontinue use of tIle old L A depot as that will be used the same as of old The change Is made for benefit of through travel saving the transfer of baggage and passengers Please bear in mind that no L A tickets are sold at the Maia street depot for points on the L Ayou must go to the old depot for Uckbts and bajrgago checks on thisroad A new time table also went into effecton this road Sunday which wll be found In this issue ot The0liniax The morning train to Versailles leaves Richmond depot L fc A at 840 afternoon traiii at 4 oclock Morning train to Beatty yule leaves at 040 afternoon at 140 See time table and clip it out for reference As stated above this chBgedoea not effect work at the old station the trains simply back haM L Ifrstefiot for eaTSHl4neb oi I1u1pf wA te ateW iritfer tMetVlSc Richmond Men In Carter A special to the daily papers from Olive Hill says The Carter County Teachers Institute convered here Monday with Prof E C McDou le of the StateJNormal School as Instructor and about 100 teachers in attendance The teachers gave gle a hearty welcome prof1IcDOUj membered that he mona call last year from the teachers oi Carter county to return and instruct the institute this year which is the igiiestcompiiment ever paid to an instructor by Carter county teachers His methods this year are new but are roving exceedingly popular and he will undoubtedly be in demand here a gainSA most conspicuous visitor is Prof I fi Boothe formerly of this county but nor a member of the faculty of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal Prof Boothe is a most popular man here in his home county and he line lost none of his oldtime magnetiser and enthusiasm He is doing a splen did work for the State Normal at Richmond and has created an intense interest here which will undoubtedly result in a largo delegation of teachers enrolling at the Ssato Normal this year J Personals J + 1 Miss Sue Wooqs of Stanford is the guest of friends hero Mrs Wm II Park is spending two weeks In Chicago Miss Virginia King of Garrard is visiting friends here Miss Thomas of Mississippi is visiting friends here Mr Leonard Miller of Lancaster was a visitor here Sunday Mra Turley of Lexington is visiting Mrs Charles Higgins Miss Nina McDonald of Nashville Is visiting Miss hello Bennett Miss Sarah Wagers is visiting Miss Mable Lctton in Falmouth Miss Marguerite Wheeler of Win chester is visiting friends here Mrs Albert Severance of Stanford is visiting her father Dr Heath Miss Alice Smith of Cynthiana has been visiting friends here Mr kd Schan and family will leave today for Indiana to reside Mrs Arthur Hill of Stanford was a guest of relatives here last week Hon Thos Shanks and wife of Stanford are visiting relatives here Mrs J C Stormes of Lancaster visited Mrs Allcne Boggs Thursday Mr Roy Land of Lexington has been visiting friends here Mrs Edwin Price of Lancaster has been visiting her sister Mrs Ballow Miss Norma Elrnore and brother J E of Lancaster nrq visiting relatives here Miss Cary Rice has returned from a visit to Crab Orchard Springs and Stanford Miss Margaret Millerhas been the guest of Sir John Blister in Harrods burg Mrs D C Chandler and daughter Marjorie have been visiting Mrs WillgSng Mr Brown AndqVsori and wife of Nicbolasville attended nnc fpr kere SSFriday Mrs Clarence Holtzclaw has re turned from a visit t8 relatives la Indiana xr Cln aUlaa iI- ku LaJ h s tiWfi Mr ibnLhik1otI C lIon J A Sullivan has returned Iron a trip to Atlantic City and other Eastern points Master Win Oldham has returned to Mt Sterling after a weeks visit to Harold Oldham Miss Nettie Batson of Winchester was a guest of friends and relatives here last week Mrs Annie Mershon Tye of Atlanta Ga id visiting her brother Mr John Mershon Misses Virgie and Mandcll Kingof Garrard county have been the guests of Mrs WSllging Miss Mary Tribble gave a delight ful porch party Saturday morning at her home on Main St Miss Hall and Mr George Mc Roberts of Danville have been visiting Mrs Lewis Nealc W D Oldham and son Harold left Sunday for two weeks stay in the East Mrs George antI daughter Miss Janie are visiting relatives and friends in Corbin Misses Julia Higgins and Mattie Tribble have returned from Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Fred Dill and son of Chicago are visiting her uncle Mr and Mrs Charles Gumbert Mr John Overstrect of Nicholas ville was a guest of Mr William Wallace during the fair Mr and Mrs W H Shanks of Stanford were guests last week of Mr and Mrs Tom Baldwin Mrs Susan Oldham has returned to Mt Sterling after a visit to her son W D Oldham and family Mrs A W Kavanaugh has return ed to Garrard county after a visit to her sister Mrs George Ballow Mrs Lane and little daughter of Cincinnati are the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs C S Gray Mr and Mrs Merritt Williams pf Silver Creek are welcoming a little daughter horn last Wednesday Miss LettIe Mae McRoberta of Lancaster has been the pretty and at tractive guest of Mrs C H Vaught- J Ds Dykes anti family returned Thursday from Crab Orchard Spring They left Saturday for Clark county to visit relatives Mr Ilamon Million of Berry attended tlin fair here and was guest of his brother Mr Thos Million and familyMisses Lillian and Adriana Munsey who have been visiting Mrs W 5S Pryor in New Castle have returned home Miss Nellie Sharp of Panola spent several days hero last week with Mr and Mrs Chas Sharp and attended the Fair while here Mrs purand Whipple of Little Bock Ark is the guest of Miss Van 5Greenleafly Miss Llzzoite Dlckson of Paris Mrs Elmer Tate was hostess at an elegant luncheon last Tuesday evening in hpncr ol the young ladies comprising Miss Harriett Parrishs house partyMrs IL E Turley and daughter Elizabeth and Mrs H L Perry and daughter Dorothy reached home last week from a delightful vacation IB the White Mountains Nicfcolasvllle JduraaU Miss Sallie JiIlHitkklfrti lIglWh n Miss Martha White who recently graduated from Prices Hospital in Philadelphia is visiting relatives hereMr R L Walkorhas recovered from recent illness sufficient to return to his home in Nichohsvillo He was at the Gibson Hospital for five weok suffering from typhoid fever and kid ney trouble- Mrs S D Parrish anti Mrs D H Flora are visiting the millinery openSings in Cincinnati Indianapolis and Chicago anti will soon have on dig play the best styles in 1adiesheaduarIthat can be procured Misses Lee Prathor Callie AdamsSMayme and LouIs Campbell helen Duncan and Anne Cosby have returned from a delightful house partyat the home of Dr and Mrs J H Bun nett at Mill Grove t Georgetown Times Mr Goo H Hale of Richmond visited in townSlast week renewed his subscription r to the Times Mr Hale left Georgetown 24 years ago and has been takSIngtheTimosevorsineoCourier and Mrs Jplisle Dean of Richmond who came down last week in their motor car toSattend the BentleyLogan wedding will leave this morning for Shelby ville to be the guests of Miss Aleen Hannah for a few days before return lug home Louisville Times Mr and Mrs James H B Logan who havs been in Chicago since their wedding on Tues day will join Mr and Mrs J Halo Dean of Richmond Ky in Ohio next week fora months motortripthroughSseveral States Lancaster Record Miss StellnSHerndon has returned from a fiveSweeks stay in New York City where she combined profit with oleasurc seeing much that will be of benefit in- her future work which she resumes at Madison Institute in Septomberr The dance given at the East End Rink Friday evening by the Fair Associaton was a most enjoyable affair in every way The immense room was well filled with pretty girlsSand gallant beaux who tripped theSlight fantastic until the wee ama hours The music furnished by ProtSAlex Bowles orchestra was fino anti added greatly to the enjoymentof the IiTheat the lair Mrs Joe Burnside Mrs Jon Ballow Mr and Mrs Wood Burn LigoFoidJ M Farra Capt Elkin Carlton Elkin G S Greenleaf Morris AshierSJ D Gulle J Joseph J R Mount Misses Alice Rigney Mary Elmore Shirley Hudson Johuetta Farra CarSrie Cuney Martha and Helen Gill and Annie Margaret Elkin t Fridays Stanford Journal Messrs S T Harris M S and J W Bangh man and Sum Embry attended the Richmond fair yesterday Misses Jeanette Phelps and Luclle Wf ton who have been with relatives heroTtC turned to Richmond Wednesday Miss Georgia Lflwls of Richmond Is the guest of Misses Mary and Eliza both hIIgglns1Mrs R a ROcker and daughters Janie and Mary Kath ferine are attending the Richmond frfirMrs G G Perry and littlo i 0 fettle Perry are visiting Kiofcwonl ndJIiIo1Itflhi1 F r jl Nervous Women I 3or nervous tired women we recommend Car specifically effect on the whole system It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial I TAKE J3S It Will Help You Wre V W Gardner of Paditcah Ky tried Cardui and writes Ithink Cardui is just grand I have been usii it for eleven years I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman suice L nave been taking it I used to suffer nom bearing down ains nervousness and sleeplessness but now the pains are all gone and I deep good I highly Cardui for young and old Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES tTHI IS THE SEASON FOR Jr 1z t Vegeta6l s We have every kind fresh and new right prices tatA We receive fresh shipments every day AA i Our stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries no be equaled ZSEWEc McKINNEY GROCERS c Telephone 223 1 Its Building Time If you intend to erect a house store buildingsIand submit prices on your work v Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before carpentersline JEFFSIONERICHMOND TEXAS LANDS FOR SALE The eyes of the world are on Texas Wheat 20 to4 bushels corn 30 to 50 bnshels oats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa that rvnderful enricher of the soil 4 to 5 tons all the other crops grown in Central Kentucky except hemp and tobacco This land sells around the 520 notch We need more people more homebuilders Remember the opportunities you ost in Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma Write for full toE G PARRISHPLAINVIEW TEXAS I have for sale 19500 shares of stock in oneof the richest copper mines 17 claims in Arizona at a price that should interest anyonefully paid and nonassessable Atew QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in se- asonIhurman Grocery Company Rural TelephonesMr Farmer 3ake your home as modern for your family ass city resi dence and place yourself in a poeition to Ret the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately MississppLouisiana Richmond Telephone COt Incorporated Ue0 AtischenForm- erly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over J E Sexton Phone J73 All Kinds ot Pressing Cleaning Repairing Satisfaction 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or address S T Seelv TPA BoSV R It 513 Traction Building Cincinnati 0 St Notice to Tax Payers Your city tax bills for the year 1D09 are now duo and in my hands for collection On all those that are not paid on or before November 1st 190J the penalty prescribed by ordinance will bo attached and interest at rate of Il percent will be charged on all tax bills after Nov 1st 1009 Office City Hall corner 1st and Irvine St Respectfully TCONKtL 3t CUy Collector For indigestion and all stomach tnjublo take Foleys Orino LakatiVe as tt stimulates thestoVAucll and liver and regulates tire bowels and will cure habited constipation Foleys Orinc Laxative cures sick headache and billiousness and on account of its mild action and pleasant taste is especially recommended for women and children Sold by Stockton Son alm James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attcnded to See him if his services are need ed The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best that because my Gas Range bakes evenly and my oven heats in seyen minutes I find Gas cheaper than wood coal or gasolineRichmond Water Light Co Golden Flora The Monument dealers have added business a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT ffiiich will enable them to do better workthan ever before hey have a large assortment 3f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call ind inspect their stockand work Satisfaction guaran teed fiolden Flora With Zarings Patent Flour a good baker becomes even better And even an inexperienced one can get satisfactory results If the irrHoesnt turn out good biscuits bread or cake dont blame her at once It may le- the flour Order a sack of Zarings Patent today ond note the results Its dollars to doughnuts she will do better with ZaringVPatent Flo- urlXThere is Your HairIn your comb Why so Is placeforwhere it belongs Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula quickly stops falling hair There is not a particle of doubt positivelyDots not change Ihe color ofthe hall I71lJe wm esaa- 5ow bOUle tt to your doctor Lik him iboat it thro do u liffuyi Indeed the one great leading feature of tobet 4 ea step further it aids nature In tIJlIlily1Ht1ftl ji I j 3 Marks of False Teachers I Ihy REV Ae DIXON D ta I Pastor of tha CtiUkEo Me Moo JrfChUrdh Chicago 1ijL 4But tbtrfe arose false prophets fas nmoVig tho people as ampnte eis thei nrill be false tenbners who shall privily bring in destructive heresies denying even the Master that Bought them bring ing upon them selves swift destruction And many fehall follow their lascivious do ingsl by reason of whom the way ot truth bhall be evil spoken of And in covetous fleas fchttll they with feigned words Wuko merchandise of you whose sentence now from of old Hngcreth not and their destruction sluinbereth not 2 1eL 21 t 3 The preceding irs s reveal two method ftod UtefcS in bpttikidg to men 1 The audible volte there came sUfch a VOicC tb him frdm the excel tnt gtoy This Is my bovfeii Son in Xhom I nin Well naatinnd this voice wfe ourselvfts heard come out of heaven when wo were with him in tho holy mount2 Pet 117 18 On the Mount bj Traiisfikuratlon God the Father spotfn to Jesus In an audible volco wiKSh Peter James and John Heard ft and understood fe Vritten language In verse 20 t Is called prophecy of scripture and scripture means writing proph ecy of writing The prophet was one who spoke from God to the people a message sometime of prediction but usually ot present rebuke warning exhortation or instruction This prophecy was frequently spoken first anti then reduced to writing Of this prophecy of Writing three things ate said in the context i it Is more certain than thvOcal luHet ance We havb thword tit prophecy made more sure than the vole hard in the mount The Writing is more easily understood and more permanent The voice was harti but once while the writing ts for all ages The voice was Of the Son only heard amid confusion and excitement while the writing is for eye and ear td be read ami recited In calm and quiet 2 The written word did hot come- tJ UB by mere human agency No prophecy of scripture Is of private in terpretation The word private means hot private as in contrast yrlth public hut private In the sense of its being ones own rather than anothers Private property means that it is ours and not anothers the word inter pretation means primarily the un loosing as when are unloosed from a cage No prophecy ot ScriP- ture Is of the writers own unloosing He did not let those thoughts loose out of himself for no prophecy over came by the will of mnnt 3 the Holy Spirit expressed the written word through men Men spoke from God being moved by the Holy Spirit 1 Pet 121 Bear In mind that these words refer to the prophecy of writ youhavetures They are prophecy written by men through whom God spoke by the Holy Spirit The context gives seven character sUes of these false teachers 1 Their teachings are destructive rather than constructive They tear Theydoubt2 They work under cover Who shall privily bring In destructive her esies They prefer to do their work in the position of Christian teachers They carry a dagger for Christian truth under the cloak of science and philosophy 3 They repudiate the vicarious atonement of Christ denying the Master who bought them Some of them are willing to admit that Jesus was a good and great man who taught wonderful truths but the cross is an offense to them They inveigh against blood atonement 4 They have many followers Many shall follow their lascivious ways Their wanton ways of thinking have a daredevil tone about them which win n certain class of minds and sad to say not a few of these false teach ers by dethroning the authority of the moral law have so weakened and blunted the ethical sense of their fol lowers that they have gone into excess s of carnal indulgences 5 They have an eye to business In covetousness they shall make mer chandise of you Some modern apos tasies like Christian Science are moneymaking institutions One of the inducements for joining Is that you can make money easily 6 False teachers do not hesitate to buy you from loyalty to truth by the offer of lucrative and honorable posi tions They make It appear that it will be for your interest In the future to keep quiet or take sides with them in their efforts to propagate their va garies They will buy ny man of brains who Is for sale 7 Their literary style win be pedantic and artificial With fplgned words The Greek for feigned means molded Termed as wax clay or iron into any artificial shape you may wish They hide their thoughts In great unusual words to which they often give artificial mean ings so that glossaries are needed at the end of their books THE FIRST STANDING ARMY Historians Agre That It Was Made NeMstary by Building ef the Chinese Wall IT describe Ui6 Wrlike aUe fitperly a militaiY htstbrlalSIT- heded io anEet fart Mdui teuy andech l ii1y itli Ute strategy in- lv Lii1 wel1ons employed In Ul him a lay vj yznay help the general reader The very conception of a chain of thousands of strong blockhouses linked by a rampart and stretching over more than a thousand miles betokens a mind that can conceive great measures Vast resources were need ed to execute the idea and to defend the wall when once erected A wall would need an army Of workmen to ereCt It an army of Boldiers to defend it The trowel might be laid aside in a reV months the BwOfd must be ever ready A mire Wall without men be hind It cab not delay an invader for a day The wall of China Involved a standing army and historians say It numbered 3080000 men There are slgtts In the brickwork that the tbWBrB were designed and finished first before any Wall Wai effeClQd The order Was not1there tbre wall first and then IbwerS 6n Hi but lwers hind then a Curtain be W66Q them in china and In Sbuth AfrlBa Ihef6 was a time when it was Bund wlfifj to erect rows at blockhouses near enough together to omrnand UiS i tervening space bv rifle fire and Pt1 ferbuh enough t8 slretcu far mUSs The line tif Chlnesli defenses appar hnt1eatI In the same way only as Iney had no missiles that could be thrown far and swiftly a solid line of wall became needful at an early stage We can Imagine that each garrison would be charged to build a see tion of wall on to meet the builders from the next forts nnd thus tho lime would not be Idly spent In more watching W E Coil In tjarpers Weekly VERDICT NOWHERE IN SIGHT Colored Jurymen Had bone Their best but Thing Sought Fot Was Not In Evidence A lawyer from New Orleans tells the story about a jury trail in a little obscure village somewhere in L8i island Of course strange as it may sCum the jury Iii this tHai was made up entirely of negroes it seems that all the available white men were eith er at work or had gone hunting 8r fishing And anyway it being a case of bite negro charged with stealing from another the Interest til the white people of the place of whom there was a conspicuous minority was not sufficiently involved for it to make any the evidence was all In and the prosecuting attorney a white man of course had submitted the case without argument the accused for tunately had no counselthe judge also a white man ordered the jury which could not agree in the box to retire to ah adjoining room and find a verdict The jury retired At last the Judge could stand it no longer and went in person to the room to see what was delaying the verdict He found each of the jurymen crawling around on the floor peering under chairs and tables and also into corners The court was amazed He did not know whether the whole jury had gone crazy or what was the matter Here he thundered what are you niggers doing The foreman arose and making humble bbclsancc answered Yo honah talnt no use we Jes kalnt find no verdict In dls here room Fact Is you honab I doan bllcb dcres a vuddict In here nohow Central Law Journal Consternation In Drawing Room In Stories of a Famous London Drawing Room in the August Mc Clures William H Rldelng says The company always Included many delightful women and I remem ber the consternation caused among them one day by Burnham the scout He explained that he attributed his success as a scout to the acuteness of his sense of smell it was like a bloodhounds Theres no one here today he affirmed who at any time anywhere in the future I could not recognize in the dark Yes I could tell you and you and you nodding at an alluring group In modish apparel by the way you smell For an awful moment the conver satlon flagged Decline of Ancient English Fair After being held annually for SOO years Stow Green pleasure fair has practically ceased to exist Established by charter of Henry III It ranked as one of tho largest fairs in England for merchandise and last ed three weeks All the large travel ing shows in the country used to at tend and they covered nearly four acres of ground The fair Is now limited to two days and when It commenced it only consisted of a few catchpenny devices This year the magistrates curtailed the hours for drinking and it is expected the fair will soon collapse alto gether London Standard Why Did You Why do women marry Inquires the Baltimore American Usually because men ask them Give us a hard er one says tho New York Herald All right Why do men ask them Washington Herald But why call this still harder when you can answer it yourself Cleve land Plain Dealer The Model School OPENS Tuesday September 7 1909 With a Strong Faculty in all Departments In High School University trained teachers t experienced in training joung people fpr col lege entrance a well equipped library exten sive laboratories for Science work new build 0 ings well ventillated heated and lighted athdletic field and gymnasium under care of Chicago University man Shorthand Typewriting and Bookkeeping by a practical commercial teacher 5Primary8and intermediate grades are under competent ahd experienced teachers tbejclosest attention and most thorough supervision given to childoen placed in our For terms and other careIdress 1 TheMQdelschoolRlcHMcNJZ J i ffIt ct I I 1y WM L B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Roflboats Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands ori the market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always lowest For Sale- A tfo4 carrlagerin good condition practically new for sale cheap Also a two seat trap which may likewise be bought at a oargaln May be peen at Richmond Motor Plumbing Co tf A C Scanlan WitBolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention to RepairingBuggies Farm Machinery We Put On rbe Best Rubber tires Made Our Facilities For rin cl s Honun dnE Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street It is always cheapest in the lng run to gEt the best We do the very best Concrete WorkGive us your order and you will be well pleased and thofo ly satisfied R K8tonePhone WALL PAPER V We have added to our busi 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be sure that your liver is torpid or inactive The quickest and surest remedy yet found for the cure of liver trouble or any of Us symptoms is Dr CaldwellB Syrup the great herb laxative compound This wonderful remedy is not only a laxative but a tonic BB It will start the How of trastrlo juice thereby soon enabling the liver to work natur ally A bottle of this great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 50 cents or In cases n single bottle has cured a chronic case For example John W Leo 619 s Penn eylvnnla ave Indianapolis Ind had a stubborn and Very longstanding case of blotches jaundice etc and it cured him Mrs B Ky says the same or It Thousands of familieS keep It In the house against just such an emer gency as you can never tell when soma uember ot the family Will need I goo- Iaxativ Iii ewer 16 6t any other stiff it from thu liver make a test of Dr tnldw e Pc lrt without personal tX catdwelltwlltsend you a freo test boftla your name tna adores Tli ampld will show yot hoW pleasant It Is to take How gently ivorks It Start art cure ro1r riubt nlcOtivJncCyOU thtiota- vqfpind tr i bbicqt nil rfJh doctOr Urges yott td It there Is anything aboUt your aliment that you dont understand or It you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There is- o charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell Wde i Montlccllo STOCKTON t HAOAN Resumed Business Havinfr been out of the painting and paper business for about four years have decided to again resume this chas of work and Use this method to ask a share of your patronage guarantee irg first class work in every respect The people of Richmond and Madison county are familiar with my work such as paper hanging painting var nisliing 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 salect Thanking yon for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your future business I am Respectfully W L Leeds 141 Second St tf Richmond Ky CuredJHay Fever and Summer Cold A S Nusbadm Batesville Ind writes Last year I suffered for 3 months with a summer cold so dis tressing that it interfered with my business I hid many of the symp ioms of hay fever and a doctors pre scription did not reach my case and took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate it Fortu nately 1 insisted upon ing Folays Honey and Tar It qUIcklycured me Mywife has since used it with the same success For chronic coughs and lung trouble it has no equal Re fuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son aim If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good Improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chonanlt Ally G9tf Richmond K- yMaian InstitutB Richmond Ky fti M n Ai Hill Next Session Opens Sept 14 For Catalog Write J B Cassiday Richmond Kentucky nCDOrYSURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union Cityt Ky SUMMER RATES via iCOATLANTIC CITYTHURSDAY AUGUST J9thf J S16OO f R 0 U N D TRIP f S16OO YORK IIIli BOSTON Going Rail and and Ocean re turning river lake sound and 37351IAug 21 Fifteen days limit 1 1250 1 very cheap rates to Atlantic City and all Seashore Resorts oa sale dally Summer Tomrfot rates to all principal points in Virginia on sale daily For full information call on Address GEO W BARNEY D P A t TielctOMoe Phoenix Hotel Lexington KriAI 11 JI A11sI1Lj4 I l J iL hI t I t fi 1 li n a c v 11Notf THE ADMIRAL IS THE BEST MOWER L SUOGESSFUL FARMER I I DATE rarnl 1achines The great advance in farming methods has kept pace with the improvement of nmacltitJesL The mo t uecessful farmers have always been ai machines Farmers haveready to cOh new better never been more progressive thin tcfday TM is 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