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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 i V HEJ RI3IrIMONDY CLIMAX i f 1 VOLUME 36RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1909 NUMBER 13 WALL PAPER BROWERSValues That Make You Come Again Life Isnt made up of one season neither is business We have to give you values and courleout treatment to make you come aRain All that our sales men can say all that we can promise count nothing if you havent bought values It you havent received full equivalent fo every dollar invented We guaranteed your moneys worth with every purchase We cant do nj ore Come and be convinced Furniture Department Baby rigs tnallstyles The little ones delight the mothers comfort This last week in August puts an absolute riddance stamp on them The opportunity is yours Reed GoCarl leather hood regular price 12 peciaLh Jj a 9 CO Collapsible Go Cart regular prlee f11 special plu 8 00 English Go Cart regular price 9 epeciat050 Collapsible GoCart regular price t8 special J 0 CO Reed Park GoCart regular price 350 special 2 CO Park dart perforated stat and back regular price 250 special 1 25 1Drapery Department It Matting covered Shirt Waist Boxes No ladies boudoir ls com- bete withoupne Prices range from 2 to 5350 Mattingcovered Skirt Boxes from 6 to 10 Boxes from SI to 10 G F Brower Co MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY s When in Needof Plastering or Concret- eMATERIAL SEEIBURNSIO ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on LC N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND FeedY t t 0l We Sell May Manton Patterns 1Oc Each fhe Right Way to get good work is 0buyyour r from and up to date- ine and get an uptodate paper hanger Now And Thcn NowadaY3 vhcn Johnnie is bad at school the teacher takes out her book and gives him a black mark Next day Johnnie is worse than ever A few years ago when wo went to school the teacher took down a dogwood sprout made about A dozen black marks across his back and Johnnie never repeated the offense In those days Johnnie got upnt daylight started the fires fed the horses milked a dozen longhorned cows that gave scarcely enough milk to go in the coffee chopped and brought in enough wood to last all llayato a hearty breakfast and walked five miles to school Today Johnnie dont get up at all until he ia forced to do so cats little or no brehkfast goes out behind tho barn to smoke a cigarette and if the school house isVbvcr three blocks away be grunts fljout 1hoJohnnieand hearty man Firty years fromnlw- the Johnnie of today will be dead and buried Isnt that a true talo Johnnie Switches and putts made to order Stock on hand to select from 1 also have iu stock triangles cliignpns in fact everytiling in bairdressjng1 I guar antee to restore grog hair to its original color Call and see me at 42i Walnut St Mrs Alice Harper I buy hair and combings and clippings 3ui Got Things Mixed An Editor of an exchange is now a haunted beast loniniiiK the land no place to lay his head all on account of an error made by his foreman That person in some way cot a marriage notice and a grocers local mixed the outcome of which rend as follows Mr John Jones and Miss Mollio Siritl were united in the bonds of molasses al 30 cents by the quart or banel The bride was attired in codfish and mack eral while the croom looked splendid in home made soap at 20c n quart Mr Jones is an esteemed saner kraut and ha has a new invoice of hams at 15 cents a pound Rev Butter officiated Have You a Baby Then watch it closely And above all things dont let it suffer for any length of time with worms that is fatal If its complexion gets yellow and pasty if it is listless cross or peevish gets thin suffers with llatu lence give it Whites Cream Vertni fago The only euro that never fails and has no bad effects Sold by Perry and Thomas slm Phone 412 W P BAXTERPREMIUM LIST OF THE MADISON COUNTY FAIR AUGUST 1821 Best loaf of stilt rising bread MrsT J Curtis premium Mrs Juke Jlc Cord certificate Best loaf of yeast wheat bread Miss Mollie Powers Mrs Trim Denlhcrngc licit loaf of graham bread Miss MollieTowcrs Mrs Trim Ocattierag Best Beaten Biscuit Mrs John Wagers Miss Bess Miller Best doughnuts Mis John Mason MrsJ 11 McKinney Best cookies Mis TJ Curtis Mrs John Wagers Best ginger bread JIlss Mollie Powers Jest angel food cake Miss Margaret Covington Mrs Henry 1ickcls Best white fruit cake baked in mould Mrs W O Burke Mrs DM Chen aultBest chocolate layer cake Mrs John Wagers Mrs Jas Dejarnette Best calomel layer cake Mrs John Wagers Mrs Henry Pickets Best marshmallow layer cake Miss Lucy Adams Miss Emma Million Best devils Raid cako Mrs Mollie Powers Mrs Jas DeJarnette nest black cake Miss Mollie Powers premium and certificate nest Bound fudge Miss Nannie Crooke Mrs J II Toy Best pound nut candyMrs Slant Hume Best pound French candyMrs G B Turley Jr Miss Stella Phelps Best pound pull candyMrs T G Foster Mrs Burnam Taylor Best apple pic Mm John McCord Mrs Henry Pickets Best peach pie Mrs John Wagers Best lemon pie Mrs J T Palmer Miss Mollie Powers Best custard pieMrs Ora Hackett premium and certificate Best jelly pie Mrs Nannie Million Mrs Jerry Noland Best cherry pic Mrs John Wagers Best cooked ham Mrs TT Curtis premium and certificate There were nine other entries besides Mrs Curtis Best pound butterMr Will Ar buckle Mrs ThosJAckson Smith Best gallon ice cream Mrs G B Bradley Mrs D B Shackelford Best gallon shcrbcrt Mrs James DcJarncttc Sam M Phelps Mule 1 year old under 2JTBaugh man pr uiinm and certificate nest mule 2 and under 3Harris S Woods J 11 Baughman Best mule 3 and under 4 Harris d vVoods premium and certificate Best roadster mule any age Mc Cord Deatherage Charley Shrews berryBest mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 Harry S Morgan premium and certificate Best marc or gelding 2 and under 3 George Phelps Bob Walker Best marc or gelding 3yearold un der 4Hob Walker Edgar Doty Best stallion 1 year underJ W Warner Tom Baldwin nest stallion 2 years and under 3Collins S Redmond Bob Walker Best gelding any age Waiter Clark P II Broaddus Best stallion mare or gelding 8 un dertllcb Walker Elgur Doty Collins S Redmond Best stallion 4 years and over PW Ray Edgar IotyColIins Redmond nest single horse family turnout Edgar Doty T B Collins Best stallion marc or gelding Col lins k Itcdmond Bob Walker Best mare or gelding 4 years old and over Oldham S Rowland C L Kcer Edgar Doty Best stallion any ageP W Ray Bob Walker Best drawing in pencil Reglna Stevens Lillian Smith Cotton embroidery best specimen Mabel Ruth Coates illk embroidery best specimen Rcnio Burgin Taylor Scalloping best specimen Mary L Covington Martine Coates Hcmsliching best specimen Anna B Cohen Florence Miller Outline embroidery best spccimcn Florence Miller Best fancy apron Mrs WO Burke TommIe Covinglon Best kitchen apron Miss Georgia Walton Mrs Kellogg Best fancy sunbonnet Mrs Kato Saysagcr Best tailored shirt waistMiss Laura Dozier Mrs J R McKinney Best centerpiece silk embroidered Mrs Will A Arbucklc Mrs Cecil Burtell Best pair pillow cases embroidered Miss Borger Mrs G BTuricy Sr Best table cover mt mcllick cmb Mrs Cap DIckerson Mrs Eugene ToddBest specimen scalloping on linen or cotton Elizabeth Farley Towels embroidered with initial or monogram Mrs G B Turley Sr- Mrs Will Arbucklc Handkerchiefs embroidered Mrs Bcatty Middleton Elizabeth Parley Embroidered white beltMrs Z T Rice Mrs James Shackelford Sofa pillow embroidered Mrsl Beat ty Middleton Mrs W S Broaddus Handsomest home made counter paneMrs Kellogg Mrs T J Smith Handsomest hand made luUtMrs1 +c77warrrr The Wrong Way is to buy a totof old stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone ILargestto Oillrs Mule lclloggjWoods J and 4th 1oodsrWoodsMarc mule under 1 yearJ II Baughman 1st and 2nd Mules 4 yours old and over Hums S Woods Isj and 2nd Pair mules to farm wagon or other implement Harris Woods J II Baughman Mule any age either sex Harris Woods J 11 Baughman Marc and foal at tide Will Luxon Anderson Chcnault Stallion mnreor gelding Will Luxon Edwin MtCord Saddle pony any age WmBurnnm John Walker McKinney Stallion 1 year and under 2G W Warner T E Baldwin Jr Stallion 2 years and under 8Bob 11alker Collins S Redmond Stallion 8 years and under Lest pair mares or gelding any agc Hob Walker Oldham S Rowland II W Moore Stallion 4 years anti over Edgnr DutyCollhnsS Redmond JOBrools Plantation saddle horses stallion mare or gelding any ageJoel Man pin Miss Marion Burnnm Walter Clark It B Qulscnberry Stallion mare or gciding4 years and underCollins t Redmond Edgar Doty Bob Walker Best lady riderAnnIe Koller Qulscnberry Mare or gelding any age CLKorr Oldham k Rowland Bob Walker Roadster Sweepstakes W B Bur ton Mr Ray Bob Walker J O Brooks Best currant jelly Mrs Elmer Deathorage MrsDII Myers Best blackberry jcllyMolllcPowors Mrs JolmWager Best plum jellyMrs J P Sinn mon Mrs Jerry Noland Best quince jolly Mrs DH Myers Mrs G B Turley Best apple jellyMrs D H Myers Mrs E C Wines Illest crab apple jellyMm E C Wines Mollie Powers Best grape jellyMrs J P Sinn mons premium and certificate Best blackberry jam Mrs Jas De Jarncttc Mrs Jerry Noland Best peach preserves Mrs John Wagers Mrs Jno R Gibson Best strawberry preserves Mrs J P Simmons Mrs J R McKinney Continued on Page 1 WALL PAPER t FOR You AND YOUR IritI Acheerful pretty bedroom will help you tstart r in a cheerful plaasant mood Its a haven of rest for you to coma back to at nightIAnd all day long it is a pleasure to your wife Hjtastefulfurniturethatharmonizestlmnfurniturethatmoreljr i lalIinpesame M repeated in hangings at the window ovor white musI curtains a light colored rug on the floorall this doesfif1I not cost very much ifyou Guy from vi and makes a room Come in and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your bedroom a haven of rest No other mattress is so comfortable v Made in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 V Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed ruptrior to mny other adrertietl mattress We sell it on 60 nights If you can part with it at the end of that time we wiU4a tcturn your money without question or comment 1 OLDHAM and LACKEY i I J Day Phone 76 Night wso 136 ROL 229 MGB4JJ TAB HIISTLINB CASHSTORE 30 Davs Reduced Prices Undertaking a Specialty We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each H c Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our store front we find ourselves with entirely J too many spring goods to carryover Therefore for the next thirty days we will offer our customers i t t I y t t f 1 EXtraordInary- e id t f 4 knffi 1 t so1 II TR a uesy ftt iin endsingfand will continue to do business on the c t t principle of telling the truth about our merchandise and giving our patrons the most and the best for their money It has been our greatest i wdesire to have our friends buy from us without any fear of misrepresentation on our part and to command greater volume of business byi afeolutely honest methods living up to what we say either in advertising or otherwise We now tell you that you can buy anything in summer goods in our store at reduced prices and we ask you to come and see if this is true before passing judgment We will not name M manyriteson all Ready to V I a wear Goods Waists t Suits Skirts etc We have knifed to the bottom allmens lightweight clothes Talk about llc pKyreViIl ilr= rJJo 11 J pbse you by offering suits from l 98 up t j JL dt tt r i YOURSrvf 1 l HAMItTOrV f BROS r 1 1 i i 0 Th r f7 t w rHT 4J t Keep COtJld Co for ableI By Wearing y JMonsIng Union SuitsThe very nicest underwear you can buy also ifthe most economical They are perfect fit ting fine quality light weight noniritating and nonchaffing Once you wear the Munsing Underwear you will always wear it PRICES RANGE FROM SOc to 15O OWEN cKee The Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piost and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Uenter ol PRESS drUBUSIERS FBICE 100 PER YEAR IS ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 1 1909 A few days since a young lady who is finishing her course of study at one of the leading Eastern colleges paid to the writer I will finish school work soon but then comes the serious proposition and task of fitting myself for the more important problems of life In other words she would then take up the task of edu eating herself for those duties the II average young woman seems to lose sight ofthat of being able to take care of herself and not dependent upon others We are glad to note that there is a growing disposition among the young women to look upon this matter more seriously and not go upon the mistaken idea that a collegiate education is all necessary to fit them for a useful and success ful life A number of splendid arti cles have been running in recent issues of the Womans Home Compan ion pointing out the mistakes made by parents in failing to devote more attention to their daughters welfare along these lines The articles are from the pen of Katharine Egglcston and should be read by every mother and father Miss Eggleston under the heading Educating a Girl the Wrong Way brings out clearly the fatal mistake made in devoting allof a girls time to study of literature foreign languages history et cetera and ignoring instruction in home life and problems she is certain to en counter during her career Please bear in mind that neither Miss Egglcston or the editor of this paper are throwing and drop of cold water upon the importance of giving the girls an education at the colleges but the desire is to call attention to the importance of remembering that there are other needs to bo looked after by which the young women will be prepared for the battles of life Its all nice to be able to speak several languages and converse nicely but the girl who can bake a hoecake make her dresses and can make ends meet in this hustling bustling 4 world is the one who goes through life happy and brings happiness to others All honor and praise to the little lady who said to the writer I am then going to prepare myself for the more serious battles ot life THERE is one thing about the Pro hibitionist by that meaning mem ber of the Prohibition partyand that is his unswerving loyalty to principle Politicians cannot deal with him semipolitical leagues or organizations that would pander to him he knows not lIe reduces the whole complicated liquor problem to a Tory simple solution prohibit the manufacture of liquor Obviously If up liquor were made none would be drunk This theory is much simpler oven than the single tax theory of taxation Your sterling Prohibitionist of the old school cannot be led away by the false gods option and high license He regards liquor soiling and drinking as a sin and ho will make no compromise with sin The politicians who desire to ride into office upon public sentiment implore him in vain to help them and their words roll off him tike sweat from a Jnrnacetenders brow He is what he is purely and simply no imitation alt wool and a full yard wide Wise men may tell him he Is wrong that every oher collar would contain a still il liquor were not legitimately a4ud ho laughs at them They intW a loosely woven web of sophistrybUt he sticks doggedly to his text The genuine Prohibitionist in our opinion has never received his just dues from the public He has been too generally dismissed as a crank harmless enough no doubt but still a crank Perhap ho is but his crankiness has the merit of complete genuineness His theories Uoubtless are entirely impractical but after all they have never been tried No doubt they are fully as practical as any option scheme and certainly they are more comprchen sire EDITOU Harry Sommers of the Elizabcthlown News was quite ill some time ago in fact his friends were so alarmed that a doctor was called in The doctor made a hasty examination and filially taking hold of Harrys pulse remarked slowly Poor fellow circulation most gone Jumping up in bed Harry shouted Youre a dn liar The News has the largest circulation In Kentuckyand I can prove it MRS HENRI YOUTSET has filed suit for devorce from her husband the latter being in the penitentiary for complicity in the Goebel assassi nation As all the conspirators have united in saddling the crime on Youtsey there seems little chance of his being set free Mrs Youtseys petition alleges conviction of a felony and living apart for five years Her homo is in Winchester IT Is said that adeal is on whereby Col W P Walton will become editor of the Lexington Gazette As one of his many friends and admirers we trust this will come about Hes a writer araont writers and we trust his goose quill will soon bo taken from it resting place PRESIDENT Tom Underwood of the Kentucky Press Association has designated Sept 16lh as press day at the State fair in Louisville It will be a largo gathering of scribes and a big time is looked forward to A lovesmitten youth asked editor Jim Allen of the Cvnthiana Demo crat if he thought a young man should propose to a girl on his knees If ho doesnt replied Allen she should get off- PJLESIDEKr TAFT is to take a long swInground the circle tI The momentum developed is sure to be tremendous and will need to be looked out for expccially on the sharp bends SOME New York women have or- ganIzed the Shut In Club Such a thing as a ShutUp club will never be launched by the fair sex THE old claim that ballooning Is safer than automobiling seems to be borne out by recent events Now that you are back from your vacation how many pounds did you fall olIP Died SIIEABEB After a lingering illness Miss Alice Shearer died at her home in Estill county on the 25th age four teen She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Hiram Shearer and was widely known and very popular among both the young and older people She was a bright sweet girla a devoted member of her church and beloved by all The family havo the deepest sympathy in their great loss HAZELETT After an illness ol several weeks Mrs Dora Hazelett of Rico Station died Tuesday the burial taking place at the Jamily burylngground at that place Wednesday She was the wife of Mr JT Hazelett ecctlou foreman on Lih A and was a woman beloved by all who knew tier the was a member of the Antioch Christian church and devoted Cnriatian woman She is survived by husband and six children PERBV Mrs Stella Burls Perry well known to manY of our people died last weekla Oklahoma Oity after a lingering illness She was a niece of Mr William Hunloy of this city and was a woman of lovely traits Sh resided in Richmond for rnny yHta i 1fittliIt I I Personals I + roMrs Burgin is visiting Mrs Sam Rice hero Miss Martha Ross is in Paint Lick visiting relatives Mrs Mary Hayden of St Louis is with relatives here Mrs Jesse Cobb is visiting relatives in Harrodsbnrg Miss Bettio Taylor entertained the bridge club Saturday Mrs Neale Bennett was hostess Friday of the bridge club Mrs J W Bryant visited in Stan ford seycral days last week Mrs M D Royse of Winchester is visiting Richmond relatives Miss Belle March is spending a few weeks at Crab Orchard Springs- A B Willis is spending a few weeks at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Hattie Buchanan and daughter are at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Richard Batson of Winches ter has been visiting friends here H D Tribble of Louisville has been visiting relatives in this city Dr and Mrs Chris Farris of Colorado ate guests of Mrs A B Fans Dr and Mrs R C Bogga will go to Estill Springs Saturday for a visit Mrs J A Stevens and daughter Regena are visiting in Clark county Mrs Charles Green and daughter are visiting Mrs Ed Keller in Paris London Echo Mrs C L Taggart of Richmond is here attending the FairMr and Mrs Ernest Watts have been visiting her mother in Nicholas yule Mr Clyde Hart of Middlcsboro is here spending few days in his old homeMrs Burke of Covington is visit- Ing her parents Mr and Mrs Jake Collins Mr Robert Little of Portland Ore gan ia visiting friends and relatives hereMr and Mrs T Whittington have returned from a visit to his parents in Ohio Miss Hanna Buckley has returned from a visit to Mrs L Griggs in PortlandMrs Cobb and children have returned from a visit to relatives in countryMr Dan Brock and daugh ter are visiting Mr Lucas Brodhead in Woodland county Mrs Lizzie Miller and daughter Miss Bessie are visiting Mrs Hugh Winn in Winchester Mt Sterling Gazette Mrs Bottle Poyntz of Richmond is the guest of Mrs Ann E Bean Mr and Mrs B L Mlddleton and Mr Sharp visited Sheltyville rela tives and attended the fair Mrs BottioStono Worthington and daughter Miss Bottle or Greenville Miss are visiting relatives here Mrs Ella Farley has returned from the Eastern cities whore she has purchased an elegant line of millinery Miss Bessie Witt of Estill county was the guest of Mr and Mrs Thos Wilcox and other friends the past weekMaster Neale Bennett is a member of a jolly house party being entertained by Mr Joe Mllward of Lex ingtonMr Hubert Griggs is back from a visit to Eastern resorts Mrs Giggs stopped in Louisville for a visit with relatives Mrs S R McGinn and daughter are spending a month with her parents Mr and Mrs Sim Hamilton at Wiseman town Berea CJtlzea Will Blanton was Richmond Saturday Mlsses Etta Lewis and Mollie Stowe were in Rich mond Saturday reIturnedwere called by the death of Mr Scan bins aisternlaw- are1ftll tl JIM IIt d jMWN N Goodloe and Bessie are visiting rela tives in Richmond Mrs W D Oldham and son Abncr are at home from a visit to Cynthiana and Cincinnati Misses Beaulab Gourley and Francis McFarland of Lexington spent last week with Mrs Elmer Tate Mrs H K Vaughn has returned to her homb in Frankfort after a visit to her sister Mrs James McCoy Misses Annie and Ethel Hcacox have returned to Lexington after a visit to their sister Mrs Elmer DeatherageMiss Munday has returned from Chicago to Cincinnati and will in a few days be with Farley and March as head trimmer Mrs F S Elder and daughter Miss Ruble of Paris and Mr Joe Burch of Bowling Green are visiting Mr and Mrs E V Elder Misses Elizabeth and Caroline Far ley are spending a few weeks with their aunt Mrs H B Land and will attend the Nicholasville fair Mt Vernon Signal Mrs Mar gret Grimes and her mother Mrs Franklin have returned from a two weeks stay with friends in Richmond Miss Lucy Adams is at Crab Orchard Springs During her absence Prof and Mrs C Rucker Adams are with Messrs L P and Curtis Maurice Bridges who has been visiting here has returned to Louisville accompanied by Miss Mary Watts Knight whose guest she has been for two weeks Mayor C E Woods has returned from a short vacation at Crab Orchard Springs He gained in weight so much that he is now forced to use a shoe horn to get into his clothes Mr and Mrs Quisenbury and daughter have returned from a visit to his sister in Louisville They stopped at Lexington for w visit to Mrs Qnlsenburys and brother Mr Irvine Prather Mrs Gaines and daughter Miss Alice Lee Mrs Perry Cropper and son Edgar of Louisville and Miss Sausan Bionangb of North Dakota are guests of Mrs Edgar Turley Dr M Manpin wife and daughter Grace will return to Cincinnati Cin cinnati in a few days after a visit lo bis parents Mr and Mrs Cal Mau pin DrMaupin is demonstrator at the Ohio Dental College Lexington Leader Mrs Willam Smith and Miss Eleanor Smith will go to Richmond Monday to be the guests of Dr and Mrs Harry Blanton Master Harry Blanton will entertain with a birthday party Monday at his homeMrs Jennie Faulkner White whose injury was reported in last weeks issue was able to leave Monday for All1bma where she has charge of a large school Although very much improved she is yet compelled to use crutches Lexington Leader Miss Ruth Beard the guest of Miss Sarah Chen ault left Thursday for her home in Richmond Miss Lucy Chenault went with her to visit her sister Mrs Jas Crutcher Miss Sarah Gibbs Patton has returned from a visit in Rich mondHomer W Carpenter who married Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanfordhas accepted call to the pastorate of the Shelbyvllo Christian Church and will beSin on his now duties there immedi ately Mrs Carpenter is well known in Richmond having been a frequent visitor hero At a beautiful party given by Miss Florence Le Mar Dickey in Cynthi ana Friday the engagement of Miss Mabel Louise Fryer and Mr Henry Craig Shipp was announced the wed ding to take place October 6th The prospective groom is well known here his first wife being Miss Jennie For rill a sister of Mrs W D Oldham Lancaster Record Mrs Annie Singleton has been offered and accepted a position as matron at Madison Female Institute She will enter upon her new duties in September R M West was a recent visitor in Richmond Fountain Rico and Z T Rice of Richmond wore with Lan caster relatives this week Nicholasville Journal Mr and Mrs Brown Anderson were in Richmond last weekT C Adams of Richmond teacher of physical enl ture was in town Wednesday R L Walker who has been seriously ill of typhoid fever at Richmond arrived yesterday and is now at the home of Mayot W L Steele Mr Walkers many friends wilibo glad to learn of his recovery Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar l2ro rI BASE BALL I 1Notes and Gossip I Dow They Stand Clubs Won Lost Pet Winchester 66 11 tn R1chmondnnE3 U 600 Frankfort 55 43 zai 506LexingtonShelbyrille 33 71 m Next game with LEXINGTON Friday Sep 3rd Gcod Game In one of the best games of theses son the Pioneers too the Frankfort TuesdaybyIt was strictly a pitchers battle be tween Golden and Cornell in which Golden had the better of the argument pitihiog one of the most remarkabe badIa curve and good control He allowed only five bits and struck out fourteen making all three men to face him in the third Lining beat the air Cornell pitched good ball also and would have won IlieIround1 one man acroi ltfl7x Ii Dawson the first man up caught one on the uncle mark and it cnme down outside of tho park Uawson crowing the rubber and tying with the tying score Both teams battled desperately for another rpn but matters remained thus until the last part of the ninth In this round Krug was the first man up and he hit one a vicious swipe to Itlt center and he was perched on third base when the ball got back to the diamond This was an exciting moment and the fans were yelling like mad people for something to be done Thoss came to bat and swung three times without effect and walked back to the bench crestfallen The nearts of the fans almost stopped beating Managdr Grohe then used the hook on Horning lifted him out of the game and went to bat in his stead Cornell sent up a nice one and Grohe made a vicious swipe but the ball landed in the catchers hands Gloon began to get deeper but Orohe showed determination and when Corwell sent another one over there was a loud crack and the ball went sailing over the right fioldars head and Krngcame homo with tho winning run Then well you know what happened Other features of the game were the batting Whlttaker he getting three hits and base on balls in four times up Yantzs batting and Glenns field ing Toe scorel 2345078 9R RichmoudJll000000l2FrnukforLO Lexington Richmond 0IAfter a rest of three days the Pio neers went to Lexington Friday for a series ol three games nnd they dropped the first one to the Ojlls by the score of 1 to 0 Robbins was on the mound tor Ihe iolts and he held the Pioneers to only two hits and struck out five men Golden pitched for Richmond and allowed only four hits and struck out six It was a hard game for him to lose but his team mates couldnt find Robbins when hits were needed Thescore1 2345678 9R RichmondnO 0000000 00 Lexington 00010000 01 Lose Second Also The Pioneers dropped the second same to the Colts Saturday by the score of 4 to 3 It was a scrappy came the Pioneers keeping after Uiiphe Piepho for his bad work Noah a new man was in the box for Richmond and although he out pitched Doyle he could not overcome the six errors made by lila team males and be came out loeer lie showed however that be ia rondo ot tbn right kind of stuff and will Le valuable member of the team Thescore1 234 5 7 8 9R LexingtouO 01020 1 x4 Riehmond0 001101003 And The Third The Puneers were hit an awful blow Sunday when they lost their third straight game to the Colts Altbo it was a good game it was marred by the awful work of Unpirc Piepho who ac cording to reports graciously handed the Colts the game His work had been bad throughout the series but this was the most telling blow of all Creager pitched fcr Richmond and he held the Cotta to only five bits Kline opposed him and had a shade the better ol Ihe argument The scorel 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 9R Lrxlngtoiu 00001000 01- RicbmondO 0 0 0 000000 Win From Hustlers In one of the most desperately fought games seen on tho local ground this season the Hustlers went down in defeat at the hand of the Pioneers Monday by the close score of 2 to Golden and Toney weie thin oppos lug pitchers and it was certainly a battle royal Doth pitched excellent ball but Golden was the better man and was entittled to the victory While it is true the Hustlers got eight hits off of him they got more trnn one in one inning For the second time this year he struck out fourleen men Toney allowed only five bits bnx two of them were made in the first inning which coupled with a wild throw byI Vandine let in Richmonds two Winchesters run came in time right round After Schmidt had struck out Goosetree got a hit and Vandine fot lowell with a two bagger Goosetree coming home Vandine went to third on Ellis out hut died there when Stout was thrown out by Johnson This ended time rungetting for both sidesAside from the pitching other fea tures ot thE game were catching of Those the first base playing of Grohe the fielding of Johnson and Krug the batting of Goosetree Vandine and BarneyThe scorel 2345678 9 R Richmmond20000000x2Vlnchcster0 Model School Faculty Weare pleascit to announce to our elISehcolProf David Caldwell MacBryde will continue his highly efficient work as Principal of the High School nndis now arranging an especially strong course for this department Helena Piolrowska a grad uate of Cornell University willattlst m the High School teaching German and English Madamo Plotrowsku comes highly recommended as a teacher and the Model School patrons may be assured of splendid work on her part Mr J E Gilkev of time Bowling Green Business University will introduce the commercial branches this fall for the first time Mr Murray Riney a graduate of Kentucky State University will have charge of tho Power Plant and will teach Elementary Manual Training Mr Raney has had charge of the manu CitySchoolsiMiss Margaret Lyiiih will continue her exceptionally capable work as teacher of the seventh aiid eighth grades Miss Marguerite Foglesong who Is a graduate of the Missouri State Nor mat at Klrksville will have charge of the 5thaud61h grades Mies Fugfe song has bean taking special work in education at Chicago University this summer and is a valuable addition to the faculty Miss Bert Shortt a graduate of the Illinois State Normal School has been selected to teach the third and fourth grades Misa Shortt has had several JIfullygrades t1NM7 atrrtttoIMhiea Qii M4 a dtna rt ttor 0 1tf 1 Normal School will have charge of the 1st and 2nd grades Mica E rrett is exceptionally well recommended and taught for eeveral years In tho City Schools of Athens She has been tak ing spocial work at Chicago University the past summer Miss Forster who Is held of the English Department of the Normal will supervise the work In the Model School Mits Durward who hall had exten sive experience In teaching High School Mathematics will direct this workThe fall session opens Tuesday Sept 1 and It is with a great deal of pride that we look forward to the Opening and to the work of so efficient a faculty The Model School of the Eastern Ky State Normal will open on September 7 The High School will continue un der Mr D O McBryde A B Washington stub Lee University Yale 06 as principal He will be assisted by Miss Margaret Dnrward A B University of Colorado Universitv of Chicago 07 Madame Piotrowska A B Cornel Prof Grinetead Prof Smith and Prof Johnson will also carry High School classes Two courses of graduation are offer ed A scientific course and aclasslcal course A schedule of botliis appended Any student doing faithful work and graduating successfully In either of these courses will be enabled to enter the sophomore class in any college In addition to tne colleges who ad mit the Model High School graduates the Principal was in July notified by Dr Lnthor President of Trinity Col loge Haitford Connecticut that he had received the school on the Trinity certificate list Besides the stated courses times e will be a Commercial Course conducted by Mr J E Gilkey of Bardstown and a Manual Training Course conducted by Mr Murray Kanoy of Lexington SCIENCE COURSE First Yeaf English I German Historv Iect jno Second Tear English II PI Geometry OueGerlUan Physics IIElect One- BIology Third Year English III- Jtathemallcs IIIPhysics I or ChemiatrvI IIIElect Two Biology I or German I or History French I 111I Elect One Fourth Year English 1V- Matimematica IV Physics I or II Chemiatrv lor Elect Two IIIBiology I or II IIrench Elect One Civics Advanced j CLASSICAL COURSE First Year English IAlgebra HiMtory Anc Latin I Second Year English II Latin II- History II- Afathfmatics II OneFrench Third Year English III- Latlnlll History III- German II i French II TwoGerman FrinchiISolid antI Trip Fourth Year English IV Lati IV- German French IIII IChemi fry I Elect Two Physica Biology IICollcpo Algebra nnd Analvtics PUBLIC SALE a1dRenting IIwill offer for sale on Wednesday Sept 22 1C09 at 10 oclock m at my farm 5 miles from Richmond on Big Hill pike andbotlkand horse colt and inane ill foal again family9 years old mare 4 years oid2yearold filly 1 mare yearsoldcow 80 head of sheep 3 In nibs 16 hogs 2 straw ricks 4 turning plows 1 cutting wheatdrillI Deerinr binrler bay rake 2 ridIng cnluvacorr 2 double filiovplp 1 two rollerother things too numerous to mention At Same time and plate I will rent enr19OJtalus 246 acres 100 acres in cultivation to bo put in wheat corn anti tobacco thehouseThis farm is Iccnfrd mono of the best neighborhoods in ladlsn enmity r l miles from Rlchmnndon the life Hilt pike rural rut at door thee residence and all necessary out buildings good garden and young ondayfarm or for any Information call on or write J B Cornelison Richmond Ky Lucy B Sallee Richmond Ky Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer sportatbesesltating washing more often WIly not then send it to us where the wash Ing ironin r etc will hairetho least possible wear on the fabric Where only absolutely pure and ijOHinjarl ous soaps etc are used The life of a washable garment depends largely upon tho care shown IB the washing your garments and artteks will lat longer If sent here Normal City Lauadry H4kTl fun V J Staniler Soper As we must vacate the building we now oc cupy for repairs we will offer what we haves left of our entire stock at Iey priceand less We have over 2000 pairs of t all kinds of mens womens boys and misses v r Shoes in good condition We also have 100 f mens and boys Overcoats quite a 10tJf mens heavy Underwear odd Trousers mens Corduroy Suits Negligee Shirts Top Flari f nel Shirts Neckwear Etc We hope to get I our building repaired and be able to resumei business with a new stock by November JC Stanifer Soper Richmond Kentucky ONLY 50 GENTS to mal your baby trout and welL A fiftycent bottle of SCOTTS EMULSION will change a sickly b by to a plump romping child ia lummerai well u ia winter Only one cent a daytliiakof it and its as nice at cream Get a scafl bottle now AllDnitttsU THE STANDARD OF THE WORLD Notice to TaxPayers Taxes are now due and we will be pleased if all will ran and Fettle at once The penalty will bo added as prescribed by law if taxes are not paid promptly There is no reason Icr put ting this off as taxes must be paid P B Broaddus S M 0 8184t For Sale A good second hand buggy cheap For particulars call at the Richmond Carriage Works White Plymouth Rocks For Sale I have n few nice white Plymouth Rock Pullets and cockrels for sale O D lIilItr- RichmoDd K- yPublicole We will ofler for sale on Wednesday Sept 15 1909 at 10 oclock a m our farm con tainiug J92 82JOO Acres situated onehalf mile from Kingston Madison county Kentucky on time Kingston and Denim turnpike improvedfarmslug nUll in a Inch state of cultivation It is well waertd t y numerous pprincr ana ponds There is shunt luO acres m grwss 40 acres In niradow nnitlie remainder in cultivation This form is located in one of the hrst neighbor hoods in Madison county one hall mile from postoflic church and school house Rural route at the dour A modern residence six rooms all neces envy outbuildings barn tOOl IIOUHC yoniigochmztrdThe the purchaser with full potseedon on January 1 191- 0TERMSOnohalf of the purchase postessionismonths to bear interest at the rate of per cent per nnnum until paid A lien will bo retained on all the land uu Ill all the purchase money is paid Anyone desiring to see the larm or for information call on or write J II cox II F D No J Richmond or J B 1arkes Kingston M F Cox R W Boulware R F D 3Richmond Ky W P Prcwitt Auctioneer UJ oUJ Q ItL FRESH OYSTERS GOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco ConicrMatn and SecondRICHMOND KY FRESH OYSTERS 11 ID rno rnrt rn 1SLkOWrrL Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Old Sores Worand fThreeBALLARD SNOW L1N1MEHT CO JAMES F BALLARD Proprietor ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and RoconttnendocJ to PERRY THOMAS 2 RoundTripTo Sunday eptember 19 Louisville fi Nashville R R i Special Train Leaves Richmond G1 m arrives Louisville 1015 returningItBase Ball Game Louisville vs Minneapolis Two Games Beautiful Parks and River Rides J W HAMILTON AGENT L N R R m fl If Eli f Our Bed Room Sets The sets we are showing now we believe represent the biggesfl values ever in this vicinity They are all superbly ma ufactured trom the finest materials are of the latest design aricjb eyTheour easy payment planyou Will like it A dollar or tvavweek will do iPt Ie LUftAN and HlGGINl fHOME FURNISHERS l j II q r r Iot SewinMwhte Sppbe for all Machrne 0 it jfi fr IStaI H 1 l Womans Beauty Some women retain their Beauty to an advanced But agerapIdlythem N somefOlpam=tlcat yourself at home by taking doneBegm IAKECARD U I It Will Help You writessufferedon my feet Finally I began toffake Cardui and soon began to muchbetterAT ALL DRUG STORESn 4 JTHIS IS THE SEASON FORf qSA1i EaUe J WeKave every kind fresh andnew tI e atriht prices eWeieeeive fresh shipments every day v V xTS M ur stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries 9 cannot he equaled 3 EWELL ScMcKiINNEY i GROCERS r Telephone 223 fJ I its BuUding Time If you intend to erect a house store buildingsIand submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before i making contracts for anything in the carpenters line f jt I JEFF STONERICHMOND KY TEXAS LANDS FOR SALE The eyes of the world are oil Texas Wheat 20 to 4 jushels corn 30 to 50 bnshels oats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa t that wonderful enricher of the soil 4 to 5 tons all the other crops frovirn ill Central Kentucky except hemp and tobacco rs nd sells around the 20 notch We need more people mOlt homebuilders Remember the opportunities you osl in ansus Nebraska and Oklahoma Write for full iniriionlars to E G PAR aKSHPLANVIEW TEXAS for IJjOO slia es of stock in oneof the richest tvtVniiVes J7 chums iu Arizrnaat a price that should 4LwnfuIiy paid and nonassessable iew Quarters0 4 VVy are established in our new quarters in the Id City FUbtnldintr and are better prcparedfthan ever to jCjare for your fVskins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries Mfid VWetables lI season 7 hurli1flnOrocerj QnipaIly Rural Te1ephoneM- r armer Make your home as modem for your family as n city ret PIC awl plnce yomsfll iu a position to pet the latest market quotations at it imp Thi can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which 11111 your nehhblr can get fora sum that is small compared with the bone c fi Pi ivfd Call or address our near st office or write direct to headquarters N sviile Ponnessee for informal onregnrdlnj our special Fanners Line live If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we nan immediately Ulen gf you Our lines cover the Staid oi Kentucky Tennessee ailssifBipp Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois East Tennessee Telephone Co Incorporated rOeoMtlI1ii cllJ1cJtlJ Formerly with JB Stouffer Merchant jailor Appartmente over J E Sexton Phone J 73- AH Kinds ot t Pressing f2leaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed t Your Patronage SolIcIted t p W 7 r 1 Floral Designs Cut Flowez- Plants i1j3 u t Furnished on short notice Special t htinto designs for Funerals and Weddings If at Richmond Greenhoes rTELEPHONJ3 188 4 WESTMA N 1 JI Upgg8Qnt1nygftI ii t e w ti jJli Q i M lie RicMoffd Climax mtiWa EK8T WEBKSMT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A p MILLER Peat and Mangr T0DIS LANDRAM Editor IitmLtr1 XMTUCKY PRESS vPUBtlSrERS UAGUt PRICE 100 PElt YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 1 1909 ANNOUNCEMENT tlCIto the action of the Democratic parts r11 ilKRRINGTON WALL PAPER W6 have added to our busi ess a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of the Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns rom Sets a bolt up We arc practical iu this line of work and will be pleased to have y piicesEstimates Sort 6f interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First stl Jaiiies Hunley 1fllbuy or sellyour l ouse fartntqwn lots or any tiling elsekn the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See- imifh his servicesare need ed The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best that because my Gas Range bakes evenly andaiy ovdn heats in seven ib iimt s J find Gas cheaper than wood coal or easblirie T Richmond Water Light Co Golden Flora The lonuniel1t dealers have added to their business a- PEllMAT 1C TOOL PLANT tfxiich will enable them to do better vork than ever before Phey have i largeassortment if Granite and Marble and invMte their friends to call iad inspect their stock and rk Satisfaction guaran ed Golden Flora With Zaringrs Patent Flour a good baker becomes even better Anti even all experienced one can get satisfactory resulte II the girl dot Biit turn out good biscuits bread or cake dont l Cuio her at once It may he jbeflmr Order a sack ot Zuinse patent today oud note the results Its dollars iodonzhnnts she wilt do better iIUf 2 irincVPatent Floor freefrom- Alcohol v SinceMay 1906 Ayers Sarsaparilla has been entirely free from alcohol If you are in poor health weak pale nerv ous ask your doctor about tak ing this notfalcoholic tonlcimd alterative Uho has a better medicine take his Get the best always Thistfs our advice WopubUhororau1A l r Astiggsh liver means a coated abH Itb jlld constipated Tteestfesfiori is Vhatls the tODlIKIto do jr Ca cirtiumsurfces YO iHtOtlftlIIJi not a yU O If M6fJ tiW4itl4ct o i mi 1 = rl EXPERIENCE AS A WITNESS Ix KEY Ac DIXON L Meoyschurch Ye are my witnesses salth the Lord that luuGod19 4312 ThIs is an age of eperImenL- Christianity is challenged to enter the labora tory an prove its claims We accept the chal lenge and enter the laboratory et experience H Christianity falls to do what it claims then reject it and Ultproves its claims by tests of expe rience you or the scientific mind should be honest enough to accept ItIWo are all in danger of supposing that what we have not cxpcrinced has never been experienced A man near the equator would not believe a missionary who told Mm that ne lived in a country where in cold weather the water became hard enough to bold up the weight of lila elephant Such is the lower di experience to unfit us to judge of experiences with which Cfactsevldjnt that we have hope of at least gaining a hearing from those whose experiences do not yet verify themaWe have made tho scientific test for we have been In the laboratory of hbysuchtific to doubt The nible Is full of answers to prayer and tho lives of Gods leo le are just as full as the Bible Our text book anti our experi ments agree And for men to doubt the book and the experiments who know little of the former and absolutely nothing as they confessof the latter marks their dciilals as unsclen t1Ilc and unworthy ot respect If Jetthemtory of experience by trusting God reallydoswers prayer Thousands whose testimony we byfnlthmad to hate what they once loved and to love what they once hated and hat not by a gradual process but suddenly A man In Baltimore went MrMoodyard Mr Moody held forth Jesus Christ aa the only Saviour from and haljit The man believed and has told me that from thztt day he has had no thirst for strong drink His life has boon a continual consecration to Christ who delivered him A live Lazarus who was gnce dead Is our test of the power of Christ The men whose eyes have been opened areof ago ask them and they spIrItuallythem a new soulsight and they have experienced things of which they had never dreamed Need we stop to prove that Christ lanity makes the highest manhood and womanhood known Jo the world Just in proportion as men and na tlons follow the precepts of Christ they are strong In character When Vietermness she handed him a Bible It is whohonorin the march of civilization A legend says that Chiron the centaur who had charge of Achilles ted him on the Indeedforthemore than for the nation He sat isfies the soul He gives peace of heart His cross is the cyclones cen ter where there is perfect rest He has answered Jobs question Can a man he justified before God sinslieship Tho man who is content with pfUedlIeChristbidsconstellations Sin has not only separated usfrom Christhinds hasbeenChristianitybUilds friendless Paganism and infidelity theHoosacstarted to work at the same time on ThEsurveyso well done that when they met the UInchInChristthoSouthernslonarlea at work in foreign fields bo sides 375 native workers and reports a membership of 1G5QG natives The receipts last year amounted to 460 797 Make your rules and regulations simple and let YQur system stay un changed for it will Inspire confidence CARE TAKEN Of QUEEN BEE Workers of the Hive rHer with Special Reference to Work he Has to De The truth in throughout all the- wonderworklngs of the beehive the queen la little more than an instru merelydoIngdo They are the real queens in the hive and Jhe motherbee Is the one subject The workers have made her for their own wise purpose just as they make the comb and the honey to store In itThe egg she is hatchedeJrom is In no way different any workeregg It you take one from a queen cell and put it In the ordinary cell It will hatch out a common fe male workerbee and an egg transferred from workercomb ton queen queenThousandsa hive during the season and each of those could be made Into a queen If the workers chose But the worlyjr egg IB laid in a small dell and thellarvae is bred on a bare minimum food at the least possible cost in time trouble and space to the hive while when a new queen is wanted a cell as big as your fingerUp is built and the larva is stuffed like a prize pig through all its five days of embryo life until with co a findcomes out at last a perfect mother eeVan Nordens Magazine FIND NEED FOR FERTILIZERS Farmers Are Turning to America to Supply Their Needs In This Respect The rich alluvial soils of Shantung nd other Chinese provinces fertilized by the overflow of the Yangtse and Yellow river as Egypt Is by the Nile ave been worked for so many cen unes that the time has come when the introduction of artificial fertiliz ers have become a necessity In many localitiesThe farmer uses every means at his disposal to enrich his acres and to secure a profitable yield A regular rotation In crops is In vogue and every second or third wedIfully distributed The greatest loss of strength to the soli comes from the fact that all vegetable matter is iwhatplant life is lost to It forever Artificial fertilizers are now com- Ing into use however the start hav- Ing been made by an American pack- Ing house which sent generous amounts of fertilizers the product of Its waste for free distribution to native farmers with instructions as to their use The resulthas been limit ed orders with the prospect of a large American trade in fertilizers Phoney Mistake The mistakes that occur through and by the telephone are numerous said the lady who had one in her house and some of them are ms amusing as the others are annoying The last one I had happen to me was rather curious My sisterin law is named Drake and I called her up at her house The maid told me she had left word to call her up at a certain number which r thought I had right I called and asked for Drake They said there was no such person there Then I wanted to know what place it was The man at the other end said it was a poultry store and he didnt laugh when he said It It struck me as so funny that I laughed right out and the man asked me what I was laughing at He hadnt seen the point and I rang oft without enlightening him Wit of Great Surgeon Of Abernethys wit numerous tales are told A lady consulted him about a nervous ailment and described her symptoms at wearisome length He referred her to his book but she persisted In her efforts to get further information from him May I eat oysters doctors May I take supper Her questions rapidly followed one an other Ill tell you what madam you may eat anything but the poker and the bellows for the one is too hard to digest and the other full of wind It was thesame Abernethy of whom a rather Indolent but wealthy patient Inquired as to a cure for gout Live upoir sixpence a day and earn It was the answer Two Pertinent Answers lord Brougham speaking of the salary attached to a rumored appointS ment to a new judgeship all moonshine It may be so my Lord Harry Lord Lyndhurst remarked kit may be so but I have a strong notion that moonshine though It be you would like to see the first quarter of It More severe was the retort of Dean Swift to a conceited youth who prided himself on his abil ity to say pert things You must know Mr Dean that I set up for a wit Do you indeed the dean replied Well take my advice and sit down again Maori Chivalry A Maoris Idea of a woman is expressed in the phrase she who dreams which means that her thoughts are on a higher piano than his He allows her absolute freedom of speech and manner tonic is sure that If there is anything to be said or dono a womans refinement and sincerity will exceed his own The Model School OPENS Tesday t September 7 1 9Q9- With a Strong Faculty in all Departments t 5 ilu LEigh Scliool 1jniyersUytraiuej37tQachft V + experienced in training young people foKlcpl lege entrance j a ell equlppedllblahy1eteji J sive laboratories r Science work new build- ingsrT well ventillated heated and 15ghtej3 atfrw- letic field and gyniuasium undercare of Ghicagp r TJijiversity Jnah Shorthand Ty pewritipg andv Bookkeeping by a practical Commercial teacHer Primary and intermediate grades are uncler y competent and experienced teachers tlie J supervisin4gien l v rForstefriis and Other info rmatibn call Qh fad dress y x J z MbfeMciel Sch1eT-ht r r t i iI PcI4MoNJcNTuwY 6i ili i i iJRoMAN NOSE IN THE HORSE Generally Indicates Individuality la Often Accompanied with Much Intelligence A Roman nose in a horse like tho corresp6ndlng aquillnosliapo in a man generally Indlcates strong individual ity often accompanied with great intelligence A straight facial line is quite as often found with a high degree of Intel- lIgence but a dishfaced horso is rarely anything but a non tity la char cter or a fool 1 have seen a low exceptions to this rule but they only prove It A fine muzzle usually denotes a high nervous organization while 5 coarsen and large muzzle with small and non expansive nostrils and pendulous lower jip means stupidity A sensitive and trumpetshaped nos tril means courage and Intelligence even when as it does sometimes it also means heaves A broad and full forehead and length from eye to ear are good general indications of Intelligence but the eye and ear are the speaking tea tures of a horses face The ear Is more intelligible even than the eye and a person accustomed to the horse can tell all that he thinks or means When a horse lays his ears at back on his neck he most assur edly is meditating mischief and the bystander should beware of his heels or teeth In play the cars will be laid back but not so decidedly nor so long A quick change in their po sition and more particularly tho ex pression of the eyo at tho time will distinguish between playfulness and vice All experts agree that the ear of the horse is one of the most beau tiful parts about trim and by this Is the temper more surely indicated than by Its motion QUALITY NEGLECTED FOR SIZe In Breeding the Former Has Been Sacrificed to the Latter by Many Farmers and Hog Raiser Of late years it has become quito n fad with farmers and hog raisers to let bur finances run away with us pnat breed our stock of almost every kind more fqr quality than for size It Is a matter of fact that when we ship live stock to market they sell together by weight and as a matter of course the animal or carcass that neighs the greatest number of pounds will corn mand the most money and I think habit of breeding more for qual- Ity than for size lion in the fault of the judges In making their decisions in the show rings as 1 think they award more prizes to the little fine spun animals especially srrlne than they do the larger type declares Mr Hart in Klmballs Dairyman If they would reverse their decisions it would let us all know where we are and we wouold breed moro for size than for qualityWhen we make discrimination in favor of quality against size In select lug our breeding stock we also dis criminate against prolificacy as my experience has been the finer the gurU ity the less prolific and the weaker the constitution of the animal Also a great deal of this defect is brought about by too close Intbreeding so therefore I contend that If we would select our breeding stock of both sexes of larger type with good strong heavy bone with sufficient frame to build on and capable of carrying flesh our hogs would be of stronger constitution and more prolific I am not opposed to breeding and raising pure bred stock of any kind I want them with pedigrees but I want them large enough and with a strong constitution to back the pedigree up Iargtorthowtancy pork barrel Is the end of fiagtlUten matter of natural conseqitenfe1 yatf things being equal as theyseH weight in all the markets that the hog that weighs the greatest number of pounds will bring the most money Therefore brother breeders let us breed more for size rather than let our fancies for quality overrule our better judgment and not raise the lit tie fancy ones that are only fit to look at Goat Stock for Angora Crosses A few years ago Mexican does were used extensively as foundation stock for a flock of Angoras using bucks of the latter breed However wise the practice may have been at that time that method of building up a flock oJ fleecebearing goats Is now in vogue but slightly If at all The practice flourished best when the goat raiser knew very little of the larger pricer they might have obtained for a better grade of mohair They were content with prices ranging from 14 to 2i cents a pound Manufacturers have required better hair than can be produced by grades and this has tended to reduce very greatly the number of crosses Kicking Horse To prevent a kicking horse from throwing up his heels a hitch like that shown In the above Illustration will prdve efficacious Hogs fn Clover Farmers who think of raising hogs on rape In preference to clover be cause the gain In weight on such feed is greater should bear In mind that coyer enriches the soil and Is there fore the cheancst in the end W fl Bolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention to RepairiiigBuggies 1 Fapn Machinery 1We Put 011 The JtfRaDkr Tires Made Our Facilities For rirt1iu ttiWAre stirpassed Shqpht Kyv Carriage Works Water Street New Method Tefcth Ext without PMN Dr Hofeon Ys Vw Biwswi p i s Mild Laxative for Baby Free The child of today is the parent of uphealthydepends upon the intelligence of its parents for most children are born i world healthy but thousands become future weaklings between birth and the geol ten when the parents are still in greatest control The prime cause of trouble is In the ItsfoOdful the little child whose stomach Is good romps and plays and never whines the growing child learns well at school and la eager for fun lflt8 headla clear and Its- tomach light and that means if it has o constipation anyIrregularitytn chIldren Is by the use of Dr Caidwelts Syrup This Is a liquid laxative wonderful In its effect as Mrs John W Dunham Apple Creek 0 Mrs If L Cullam Flalnvltle Ind and numerous others can testify who give it to their children with extraordinary results A bottle only costs 60 cents or Si ac cording to tho size you want and even one 50cent bottle will do a wonderful amount of good in a family It can be given to any member of the family in constipation sour stomach Indigestion torpid liver dyspepsia heartburn sick headache and similar digestive troubles lIkoplllst1bletsnot be given to children women or old folksIfyou have a child or other member of the family who needs but has never used this grand laxative tonic send your name and address to the doctor and a free trial bottle will be sent to your home In this way you can find out what It will do without personal expense If there Is anything about your ailment that you dotunderstand or If you whit any medical advice wrte to the doctor and will answer you fully TJare Is no charge for this Be Ice The address Is Dr W B bldgMontlceUcrjifl STOCKTON HAGAN Resumed Business Having been out of the painting and paper business for about four years have decided to again resume this class of work and use this method to ask a share of ynnr patronage guarantee ing first class work in every respect The people of Richmond and Madison county are familiar jwith my work enema paper hanging painting var nishing etc I shall take great plea sue in making estimates on any work you may desire trr this line no matter how small the jhoep splendid line of wall paper from which to select Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your future business I am Repactfull WL Leeds 141 Second St tf Richmond 7 If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth get JV 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 GJ will loan money at 3 per oent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenanlt Atty GUlf Richmond Ky rMaiisoa Ins titu t Richmond Ky Tne Malta fiff1 Next Session Opens Sept 14 For Catalog Write J B Cassiday Richmond Kentucky EL C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky- FarleyMarcb A are now selling HitfCS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big bargains It is always cheapest in the longrun to get the best We do the very i best ConcreteL will be well pleasedandthoroi ly satisfied ILK Stone Phone 432 For Sale AiiQ carrIage lit good condition paet1eally jHgj j for sale cheap Also i w Y tilck rah IikS- iiibeuht a tglLi1 May be- tEZIt iiS4tlutiakw C Jj p ia i USEA it NEW PERFECTION Wfek Blue Flame Oil CookStove Because its clean q Because its economical Because it saves time Because it gives best- cooking results its flame can be instantlyBecause heat your kitchen Because it is better than the coal or wood stove Because its the only oil ajuseful Irange IJreasons see stove at your dealers or write our neiest agency Made in three SIZes Sold with or witnoutffCabinet To- pThaRyf It for cannot iu steuly light simple Cnstroctiont1iand absolute lmlhlatest burner Made of brut beautifully nickeled An ornament to any rots library parlor or bedroom Write to our nearest agency if not at your dealers STANDARD tL COMPLY Incorporated Women Suffer Agonies KidneysAnd i Real Cause of their Condition Thes poor suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entire ly due to ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder arc re sponsible or largely so And iu such cases the kidneys and bInd der are the organs that need and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in back groin and limbs bloating and swell Ing of the extremities Extreme nervousness or hysteria listless ness and constant tired wornout feelingare almost certain symptoms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWItts Kidney and Bladder Pills have In thousands of cases been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all such conditions ot female organism affording the most prompt relief and permanent benefitAs Illustration ot what these Pills will do Mrs P M Bray of Columbus Ga writes that she was arvjthatthese Pills are what cured her They aro very pleasant to take and can in no case produce any deleterious effects upon the system as syrupy alcoholic liquid prep to Use Any diningroom arations are cpt to doq j E C DeWitt l Co Chicago in want every naa and woman who have the least euspiclon that theyIare afflicted wIth kidney and blad1 ter discards to at once write them cad a box of these Pills will 1 be sent free by return snail post paid Do It today I For Sale by All Druggists Going Lam LumbDoors Rubber or Felt i r L Roofing I PLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE Better directcome to Todd Lackey Corner Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky I Field Garden I DII I f IWenave just received a large shipment of f Field and Garden Seed and invite those I T who are contemplating sowing grass 101call and ex mine our line and get I before making a purchase Our line of Stapleand Fancy I GROCEIIESwas riover more complete than now I I I Tratend SOn I I I Telephone 35 r The Houkton BuyBreak Cart and Speed Sulkies Take pleasure in referins you to the following upto dato business men of tho Hie comfort and ourabilty of the Houghton Line P H Raid of Louisville y who is one of the largest dealers of biphclass vehicles writes I handle most all highclass busies but I consider the Hou hton by far the best Goodman Drop k Co of Shelbyville y say that the Houehton BUggy is superior to the Iolumbns Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe that the Housbton can be surpased 11I McITee Liveryainn Shelby lila yo writes I have in my livery the Moyer Ourtisdt Reid Silvers anti The Jlonghtqn lam frank to place the UoHgbtoh the leader rend dot believe a better buggycar be built Quality and not pounds makes v vehicles durable comfortable R and stylish wluiareyourfiuiL1riessfAr rlIlelo Richmond ice P Simmons Richmond 1 fodd Br s fleld Joe Mason Whites Station J1ieOltUtamJrRicbmolUl Goodloerurtis Richmond SERoyee WhlHaU Al CornelL ou Richmond RichmondTWwiEvery1 owner p a Hoaghtoa will tell yoa they are by far the bret The Hamilton llMjithoOHl irae that uses only the finest material amid etRllwre the costvof fcacfr consideration Thi Hou M1abatWhe ia8tEeke Crt in the world Tba T thel1 e Vw T fcriowrrasfecifeB Kaeo your order e- arlyglicuLYER a I j 7t 71 to to or at and in be 4 t r Ill i1t a will a for 4V will in the was 26 are the 2 9 16 23 30 IF W H Ky send me full as to the LIFE rcrt IT LI Grit TRADE i 41Jt dPkS4 IN to I l II ir 4 s I I s o rl n ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready Wear not Shrink Fade 4 bO years experience factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc lowest prices for class goods J B StoufferOldest Established Clothing Tailoring House Richmond Believing that the people of Kentucky will interested in the organization of the ItlZensiNatlona Life Insurance ifP company Believing that they WANT such company believing that they such company by subscribing its stockwe publish this paper every week July and below amounts subscriptions for each week FIRST WEEK AUGUST Io696000TOTAL SECOND WEEK AUGUST 20024000TOTAL THIRD WEEK AUGUST S345000 O TOTAL FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 469J460 ooTOTAL FIFTH WEEK AUGUST 601 7OOOP-YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL TilTS COUPON GREGORYRicbmond Climax INSU11AKCE COMPANY Please Information OITIZENS NATIONAL NA3IBi tIADDRESS CiIVESTHEBES1RE5ULTS SMITHSONIANCORECT I TRUSS HOLDS ANY P0STI0N geftee We make Specialty of Fitting Trusses Perfjl7ini JfJ01lJfiS w Sl g Clothes Guaranteed the Furnishing high II SUPPORT gettingS Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 2 direct Clerksofficefavor of D fiUCbennult against Leslie willonMonday Sept 6J909 between the hours 610 oclock a m InRichmondpose to public sale to the highest and describedproperty debtinterestThe 18 Undivided Interest deceasedand niqrorlfaldsterlalDistrlctIR iwdMrsleviedupollTERMS Sale will be twithspproveds8urity nfrolndaygeGs q ai olufr 1 QU KeL Ai1VLI t V l C L r fiFaded Pr1n f UIWSIv c REASON AS 11A WITNESS I Dr REVA c DixON D D Pn lor of the duccco Ave tMooy A Church Chicago Ll Come now and let us reason together saith the Lord Is 118 Reason Is a witness cttsil influ enced Prejudice Is often its mas ter The Phari sees had per judged Christ and made up their minds that he was only a man and when they heard him say Thy sins be for given thee they began to reason sayln Who Is this that spealceth blasphemies Their prejudice kept them from drawln the right conclusion Their reason uninfluenced by prejudice would have said that he who could work such miracles was God and therefore had the right to forgive sins Under the control of prejudice these Pharisees were careful to strain out little gnats of dUn culty while they swallowed camels of absurdity Selfinterest is another Influence very powerful with our witness It is hard for a man to see a good reason for whet he knows to be against his Interest A mere excuse in the scale with self is heavier than the strongest reason Read the parable of the bus bandmen in Luke 20 and you will see how forcibly Jesus shows this weak ness of reason when under the control of selfinterest When the husband men saw him they reasoned with one another saying this is the heir let us kill him that the Inheritance maybe ours If they had been unselfish and loyal to their master their reason would have said This is the heir let us pay our rent or give up the vineyard to him if he wishes it He is here now to look after his own atic it is reasonable that we should let gdingmurder And reason is still the slave of selfinterest Reason Is controlled largely by the affections The Pharisees reasoned In their hearts Love Is proverbially blind and to nothing is It blinder than argument It leaps to conclusions No argument prevails with us against those we love A good deacon in a church of which I was pastor was called in by a suffering wife to pro teot her against a brutal husband Reason was altogether on the wife side and the deacon took advantage of It to shame the brute into better manners but ho had not proceeded far before the wife took sides with the husband and insinuated to the deacon that his room was more desirable than his company That reason Is influenced bysso many things Is not altogether to Its discredit If you could find a man Who is influenced only by reason whose affections imagination desire friendship and gratitude dill not move him to anything but who decided everything In the cold light of reason you would have the devil incarnate highethanredeemed God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son Rationalism would turn men Into demons of cold calculation God would use their reason under the control of truth and love Come now let us reason together saith the Lord He can furnish the knowledge necessary ctr conclusions Such Is the ob irt ofoiation and all who are fol ggreason without a revelation are It Agnosticism is the worlds latest admission that men cannot by searching find out God God must eliethat without the help of such a reve dfallibleevery reasonable man ought to have sense enough not to make Reason deals with the fitness of things It Is not reason said the apostles that wo should leave the word qf the Lord and serve tables afoolof things He laid up in barns food UlastnndbQwould lay up for his family a winters stubblethingsdemands of us nothing unreasonable withlourshouldIgave himself for us When we think of Calvary with its love and suffering all for us no sacrifice we can make Theheroismthem through fire and flood was no fanaticism but the most reasonable return to God for what he had done themWhen Jesus asks What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul He appeals to men as rational beings to choose the truly yaluable rather than tho worthless The Roman Catholic church has about 1500000 adherents in England and Wales supports a great cathedral in London which city is also the res Jdenco of the archbishop L fOND LOVER WAS TOO HASTY Mr Crow Not Only Lest rVAlso the Dowry Whrch Fait One Was to Bring Him More of out riqhpapas to should follow thij same mannfir of testing the nffecttbns of tho adv l1tut our ComtnSMlnfiatnded moneylej8 wifehunters both those of our owti nationality as well as the emptyhead ed titled forelJrtibrS who are ramp IngJl on our hunting trO ddSth l Uncle Zeke did In Austin sometime since After several mouthS of VlOy lent protestations of bYe mado tot his daughter it was at last under stood that the father was ftt their marriage to give his daughter a house and 10L Uncle Zeke waa ft sly bid coon and to test his future sons ln laws affections ho said as they Were smoking their jjlpesj ilr Crow I has been cogitating an has tome to tie elusion not to donate Matildy deL ar house an lot on Austin avenue Mr Crow sprang to his feet nail sticking his stovepipe hat on the side of his head said OInlations done ceased to exist from dfs moment sah nut Mr Crow I was gwlne to sayV 7 Oh to hire a hall an Invite Tel friends to attend de tne tlnl All right Mistah Crow Our relations has done ceased to exist but I only wanted to say dat dat house am too small so I am gwine to gib Ma tlldy dat twoStory cottage on Peacon street wuf twlct irs much Jim tried to explain also but when Uncle Zekc solemnly lifted a toot the size of a ham and pointed to the door James Crow refused to linger Judges Library ELOQUENCE OF PRESS AGENT He Ransacks History for Comparisons to Do Justice to Place He Is Dooming The eloquent press agent has thus described a new restaurant Millionaires dreaming of the sybar i It hheRaschid through the might of a stag ering outlay of money are rapidly transforming a famous old placeV And was there ever a place of such Ncronic allurements designed to meet the languorous requirements of my lady of fashion Would she smoke That will be provided for A luxuri ous smoking room for her Is now building let alone a manicurist French hairdressers and maids im ported from Paris She may be re perfumed repowdered and redressed Furthermore she may enjoy a Turk- Ish bath be gowned by maids as ex pert as her own at home and with her coiffure rearranged may take her jewels from the safe and after a Lucul lanrepast be ready for the opera Solomon In all his glory or Sar danapalus the magnificent but feebly realized the splendors etc etc Here In truth Is a veritable pal ace of the senses The tone through out is Assyrian and modeled after the palace of Sennacherib A splendid staircase G5 feet high of yellow and black marbles imported direct from the site of Babylon and costing 50 000 marked on either side by a se rles of small crouching bronze Assyr ian lions is one of the features of this splendid building Value of a Good Walk morehelpfulhas better health says the Delineator She is alert and alive and finds all the world interesting Then too the worn gracefunyfindstern A new calmness and selfcon trol show in her manner and face and even more In her voice for those delicate muscles which we call tho vocal chords vibrate In harmony with the movement of the individual And free from selfconsciousness the graceful wpmatf expresses her best suggestsdlpathy and that most charming of all womanly attributes graciousness EscapeMuch and a woman prisoners at police head quarters were thoroughly fumigated with formaldehyde gas at Allentown Pa and will not soon forget tho experience that came near costing their lives House Sergeant Harrison Sterner unaware that any of the cells fumlsatethemachine to work and went into an other part of the building Only after yelledthtuimsclwes smothered was the mistake dlscov eredVThe Usual Question x Over in Italy an artisan claims to have made a clock that will run a hundred years without winding Andvery likely the future owner will look up at the clocks face on the morning of the one hundred and first year and yell Well dingburn it all why didnt somebody in this family of featherheaded Idiots remind me to wind that darned clock Papas Superior Knowledge In some way George papa has found out that you are a poet said the fair girl to the youth with uncut hair Thats where your papa has the ad vantage of the critics said the young man a little bitterly f Jirvest Season is here and when indeedJ of a machine dont forget that Vwe handle the Deering Binders and Mowers tthe machine noted Jot its light daft and- durabIitV fioodloe Curtis Ic Lr iT ir L L f HURT ICULTV E on WHITE BIRCH TREE LOUSE Insect Also Produce a Very Peculiar Gall 011 Witch Hai Formula for Spray In answering a query for a for mula for the destruction of a plant louse that infests the birch trees and also produces a very peculiar gall on witch hazel a writer In the Country Gentleman says it Is exceedingly tercsting Since It was first described as occurring on the latter plant it Is now known as Hamamellstes spino BUS the specific name having reference to the peculiar man splned oval green gall about threequarters of an inch long found on witch hat zel from June to the latter part of ct berVThe life history of this species Is peculiar and has been recently worked out in detail by Theodore Hamamellstes Spinosus a Mature Gall b Section of Same after Per gande Pergande of the bureau of ethnology U S department of agriculture He finds winter eggs deposited on witch azel stems from the middle of June early in July remaining unhatched to the following May or June thus being dormant almost 12 months The young hatching from these eggs locate on the sides of buds causing the tissues to multiply abnormally and Inclose the Insect within the peculiar gall described above The plant lice commence leaving these witch hazel galls in June and migrate to birches the third genera tion being peculiar in closely resem bling the young of an ordinary soft scale or Lecanium This generation hibernates on the birch activity being resumed the middle of the follow ing April the females producing young with conspicuous thick white tufts at the posterior extremity Their descendants in turn produce another generation which is the one complained of These insects are frequently so abundant as to produce serious deformations of the foliage causing Harnamellstes Spinosus Pscudogalls or Corrugations on Birch Leaves After Pergande areas between the veins to swell and bulge thus forming ridges or corru Investigations 7forAn outbreak of this character if the plant lice are very abundant and natural enemies not numerous sprayIngstandard formula diluted with nine parts of water ora whaleoil rcap solution using one pound to six or seven gallons of water The application should be early or the badly curled foliage may make it almost impossible to obtain satisfactory results The elm tree beetle is best con trolled by thorough spraying with an arsenical poison preferably the commercial arsenate of lead since the latter possesses superior adhesive properties Care should be taken to upondethe voracious grubs do not cat upon the upper surface Set Out Strawberries One distinct branch of midsummer work is to set out a strawberry bed Do not watt and buy expensive pot grown plants from a nursery Get some runners Iron a neighbor now Watt for a rain before planting them orthea I Testifies AlterFour Years BurhamsI wrote you that I had been entirely cured of kidney trouble by taking two RemedyItsyrnptoms aKalnpleased symptomsand willdoThe onion growers in three count- Ies in SouthwestTexas cleared over six hundred thousand dollars oa their onion crop this season g71gjacorh B M LACKEY Prop Clrria esRunQfs Buggies Road WafoV Surreys GaVV We bandle the best brands on the market and sell them oa ttflVabsolute guarantee of s satisfaction h PaM NII IHANDY LABORHAVING DEVIL Toclfor PickIt rrultT Will Enable a Person to Use IBoth Hands J 1 When picking any kJnoTof friili- from a tree the device shown In the accompanying Il lustration will be found very use ful since it en ablcs the picker to use bo tb hands leaving him much freer to accomplish the work quickly and satisfactorily A piece of heavy steel wire marbe bent as Indicated the larger being clasped over a limb for tree while the pall is hung on the smaller SUPPORT FOR FLOWER VINES Two Long Sticks Held by Screws Easily Removed Afford Protection from Severe Storms Last year I tried a new support for flowering vines which proved most satisfactory says a writer In the Housekeeper I took two light sticks long enough to reach across the end of the piazza where I wished to train the vines and connected them with stout cords on which the vines might run In the upper stick I fastened three screw eyes which slipped ovfef three corresponding hooks at tho top of the piazza Several times during the summer when we had furious storms which whip the tender vines 1infore lived through the summer in such good condition The first frosty nights the vines were placed on the ground and covered with a blanket so that our blossoms remained quite late and when at last they became frostbitten it was very simple to remove both vines and support leaving behind no dangling strings or wires The Rose Leaf Hopper The rose leaf hopper also known asS the white bug attacks the under of the tender leaves of roses The female lays the eggs on the under side of the leaf and as soon as hatched they suck the juices of the leaf Their presence may be known by the leaves turning white and then yellow and dropping off says a writer in the Bat timore American Our rose growers recommend a solution of whale oil soap or tobacco water applied with a fine spray both to the upper and under side of the leaf The spraying to be effective must be given as soon as they appear and kept up until the leaves are strong enough to rlsist their attack The whale oil solution is made as follows Soap one pound cut fine water six gallons dissolved stir thoroughly before using spray when cold Dwarf Apples Astrachan apples or dwarf trees four years old have set so full as to require half of them to be taken off and with some trees twothirds says the American Cultivator Dwarf trees will require more prun- Ing the fruit to be thinned and higher cultivation They may be protected against any and all kinds of insects and as the fruit is finer in quality if the quantity is less the higher value the fruit will command will bring up the average well with standard trees There are so many difficulties at tending the culture of the apple the most being imported insect pests that the business will have to be carried on largely by specialists in the future The competition of western orchards will also be a factor in forcing better methods upon the eastern growers Using a Weeder A great many farmers do not know how to get tho most service from a weeder When the soil becomes hard and compact after rains the space upbyweeder will readily stir the soil in the rows When used at the right time myriads of small weeds may be de stroyed before they become trouble some and moisture is concerved in a most effectual manner by this tool with its many small teeth It may be used on crops with which It would seem impossible without too great damage For example beans may be cultivated by means of the weeder when a few inches high and if the work is done about midday when the plants are limp very few will be in jured Many bean growers who use the weeder sow slightly more seed to make provision for possible loss of plants This vegetable should never be cultivated when the plants are wet Best Market Pears Tho three varieties of pears that I have found best for market during the DartlettKiefferBaltimore American I name these varieties because they respond best to cultivation and seem to be hardy convenientlyfrom kets want them They are planted oa land that is more or lOss clear and with good drainage Cut Out Dead Wood Cut out the dead and unnecessary wood It does five things Keeps your ground cleaner gives your fruit more sun gives you larger crops and makes your trees safer to climb and easier to spray A Common Error Many peopla delude themselves by saying It will wear away whoa they notice symptoms ol kidneyand bladder trouble This la mistake Take Foleys Kidney Remedy and stop tho drain on the vitality It cures backache iheumatism kidnev and bladder trouble and makes every trace of pain weakness and urinary trouble disappear Why snfftr Hrlghttdiseae Captain r J Clay of the Balgowan block Farm in Fayette has sold for 15000 a yearling filly by Imp Alam aad oat of Ellengowah to Andrew Miller aa official of the New York Jockey Club aad one pf the owners iof the Newcastle Stable A Harrow Escape Edgar N Bayllss a merchant of XohlB80Bi1leDeJwrote About toy rs ego I was thin and sick and coughed all the time and If I did not have consumption it was ner to- IL IV commenced using Foleys mycoughandhavega1e4 tvreatyeight poando taklug KanMS will kwTMt mrre tks 309 fhlaJSy1tdVaruatIstzeIwa The ropIcal1t4IQIVIr bttr assw tV tfcey Li 1 ft if iIoIIWabtI n II Irmr4 WE OFFER i 50000 TobaccoSticks- AT J 4 75Thpndt1 r i 6IIJ I r G A 5 Hy 1 VV 4 L l4 None charged at this priEe ED BLANTON COMiANYI pi- r Te1ephone425Near r +II 1 TODD SON rIIWill furnish plans and complete any of a home or l house you may desire All work i1IaranIteed to be the best that skilled labor can I Also make a specialty of repair work of all kims If I I you contemplate building it will be to your advan j tage to see us I TODD SQN The selection of the graduation gift for the Sweet Gir Graduate can best be made here We have a splendidas 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 rdclpient and the purchaser All specially priced for this bcfcasion Your examination is respectfully solicited J L E LANE 1 9jU P Armeio Old Stand Main Street Ii The Burton Water System I Water WorksF- or Country Homes Dr our Pneumatic Water System water is forced any where in Souse stable or yard for all domestic purp- Oses and for fire protection Cool water in summer and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter plpeaEntirelyby hand pumP windmill or engine Sold oa 30 DAYS TRIAL LouisWorldsworks plants are in use We have many letters from these satisfied users and have published about fifty of them in hook form It makes a book of strong personal opinions a copy free Costs 7500 and uP partlcularac A BURN WATER SU LY t COMP lY Kansas City t 4 A Mo The Infest Iwt und cheTr a plant for ttrlnr rff- VV1p 1Ir f P f J t Jns it5fi C s1i ii il e ntest 1I hoI xtjil r ytriiIpi17pks4 Icf- Vrtrqc4 ricJubript- acc si1 tr11 boutl ncd to pUicc cenUi lonor puithn- flscet3trj5IE cro tieXC wnztt to tit Uf orl Uar al1 t lsve- r it COtllfQjt fa city liatii the IVtV- tt t This cut IhandSold By 4 11 Richmond Motor I Plumbing Com pan lucorporutctl IS T1 U cut Bhcram a well with hand pump 4 iciiisiis ShotgunsfLU Dance Board The choke of Usedbywiththptitcedentedre f Vofoutof1 WiaclteaterSboquuarhl1reatronr ThPis tuuttMrId4k rSprlng 1 ogsIIBrussels7 Wilton Velvets and I I 9x 12 Axminster Best asIIsorttrient ever brought Ito thisII city See them Kefore you pur Ichase oJ oJ oJ V I I I BENNETT and HIGGINS I I Furniture and UndertakingII Telephones 73 Main Street t I THINK ABOUT THIS c o A L AX yen afford to delay matters F what avail Is procasti nation Tbeatin a few weeks prices will be higher ET us therefore have your order now GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jeliico Aicurs is a little better than you- have been getting elsewhere and posaiblyless Weight or Coal Forfeited Ifan B B Luxon Bro Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar si 2sn- Farm of about UQ acres on Silver Creek All improvements For terms etc Apply to Mrs Minerva Barnes- 3t RFPNoI Taken Up As Estray Red sow weight about 250 pounds came to my place about the 18th of August Owner can have same bj provinir property and paying charges I tf SHELBY JETT IThe Bourbon Fair Sept 7 11 will far- any previous Fair held by the old Bourbon County Agricultural So- cietY For Rent Store room on First St Suitable lor any kind of business Applyat tf A Dobrovsky Lost or Stolen White and liver colored pointer pup MiKsed about Aug 21 Reward for return Oarl Tortd tf Found- Bunch of keys on Summitt street bnnci of 12 keys Owner can pet same by calling at The Climax oflice and paying for this notice It Strayed From my farm on August 15 1i3 year old bay horse mule about 15 hands high Reward offered C F Puk- Richmond Ky 2t Route 3 Srayed or Stolen From Joe Cheuaualts placeon the hur mile road one sorrel mare nine or ten years old wit II star in forehead and small eiip n iose Any informa tion leadiac to her lecovery will be gratefully received bv V T Griggs or Mrs J M Garrett Ft Garrett Ky 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 drugs of any kind A sure and safe euro for disordered stomachs bowels dud frctfulness splendid for teeth ing infants Sold by Perryand Thomas O ntt Overreach Yourself in the endeavor to lessen your druggists bill by purchasing cheap drUg Cheap drues are impure 28 a rule end be risk is too great where ft tire bangs iu the balance There will be no danger ol getting impure drugs here as ours ara all guaranteed by the Pure Food and Drugs Act yet the prices we ask are no kgltor tHan tltos demanded for jrgoods WHlrlIIW1MIi IIlTuesday 7th Indians Dont miss this treat Next Monday is county court and a big crowd is looked for Eyery player on the team of Indians is a fullblooded Cherokee If you are interested in taking a Commercial course telephone or call on Mr Gilkey at the Normal School office The Indians know every trick in the game and will play ball from start to finish Remember the dateTues day the 7th John C Weber and his celebrated Military Band will give their grand concerts daily ot Bourbor Fair Paris Sept 7 to 11 Inclusive Richmond May Join In Cynthiana Democrat If Cynthiana goes dry again I hear enterprising capitalists will establish a pipe line from Paris to save raihoad fares Will Preach Sunday Dr J Addison Smith writes The Climax from Rutherford county Tenn that he will return to Richmond and fill his pulpit next Sunday mOlD- Ing and evening at the usual hours A Great Offer For a limited time only we offer the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and the Richmond Climax both one year for only 125 This offer holds good for only a short time EO send in your or ders at once tf No Sunday Trains Please bear in nmidtliat under the new schedule the L A has no Snn day trains For some time the road has been running the passenger trains irom Beattyville and Versailles to tbls city but this is no more under the new management Hold Good Fair The Richmond colored fair drew a good crowd Friday and Saturday and time stockholders will get a small dlvi dend A brass band from Danville furnished the music We understand the show of stock was above the aver ige Sale of Land James Hunley real estate agents sold last week the following lands For D Chenault to Lewis N Neal 106 ncres on North side of Richmond ad joining his home place price 8For N V White one town lot on iecond street price 700 Some Tall Corn The Elizabethtown News says corn talks have grown so high in that county that a bumble bee on a tassel looks from the ground as email as a fly Did a farmer who wants to look over his field has to climb on the roof of his barn Sells Seven Autos Dr V H Ilobson agent for the studebaker automobile toils Tho Cli max that he Bold seven machines to Richmond and Madisoncounty people last week This certainly is going some and speaks well for the doctors hustling qualities Cherokee Indians Coming Arrangements have been wndo for two game of ball with the celebrated Cherokee Indian Club Tuesday 7th The Indians bring their own portable stands and all necessary trappings for the comfort of patrons However the splendid grounds of the Richmond team will be used They will play the regular Pioneer team at 3 and 8 ocl ck p m They carry electric lights and the grounds will be illumi nated by 60 arc lights giving 60 000 candle power The Indians travel In their private car and have created great enthusiasm all over the country They have a good team and firstclass ball playing is assured The Pioneers are looking for a hotfightand will give the Indiana the best in the shop Reserves Opinion A special from Frankfort says Attorney General Brcathitt states addltlonllinformation case before ho writes his opinion in the matter of the purchase by the L N railroad of tile Louisville and Atlantic railroad He has wiiUen to Richmond to get the facts in the case alter which he will know whether or not the two roads are in competition Complaint was made by the citizens of Richmond against the purchase of the road by the L N and the Governor was asked to prevent the con summation of the sale He referred Ute whole matter to the Attorney Geawal Judge Brtkltt w1h1 ot it lIt1dsol 9ttii tjfj1Siibt- U W 1 N rM Ii lHfrii I IrP A cotT1fft9r Banksl Boys Wa PantsJ 1cA PairReduced from 25 and 50 centsIAbout 75 pairs White Duck White t Pique Linen Crash and other desirable t fabrics that sold for 25 35 and 50 cents choice while they last 17c a pair r Rompers Reduced Keystone Brand The buttons stay i on seams do not rip quality good t throughoutJ ti t 50 cents for 39 75 cents for59 j J THE QUALITY + S W fe Call up C W Cobb at Red Houses Ky7 for Country Hams Country Bacon Coun try rdthe land your mother had Phone 2462 A Curiosity Mr Theodore Wilson of Moberly brought Time Climax a curiosity in potatoes Ills four welldeveloped po tatou i crown together into one with many small sprouts It is on exhibi Lion at the State Dank Tiust Co Mr Wilson IB the boss potato miter in the county always raising large crops of fine ones Boones Rock Moved In making the changes in tho Court House yard it became necessary to move the Boone rock end it will be placed on the Secondstreet side near rear of the building This is a wise move as the rock was very unsightly and in the way of the new pavements In its new position it wilt be perfectly prcsarvcd and those who wish can see it just as well The iron fence will bm replaced around it Press Day At Fair President 0 Underwood of the Kentucky State Press Association liar designated Thursday 16th ns Pr se Day at the State Fair Louisville Ho names quite a lot of newspaper men as members of committee on reception winding up whIm and ofcourse C E Woods official announcer Woods has made quite a reputation among the boys us announcer and is dabbed the human The Hitching Nuisance Judge Turpin has hal large sign boards tacked to tim posts about court house yard warning persons against bitching horses thereto This U a move that should he carried out Its all right for anyone to hitch a horso on etrcettt for a reasonable Iviig h of time but to tie some old plug and leave him there all lay creates a miisauue that should be stopped Slime pcop e would hitch to a front door knob and its this class who should be given a still fine Big Times at Estill The Eighth District Publishers Leaguecom posed of newspapers printed in this Congressional district xwill meet at Enill Springs next Friday and must of the newspaper men will go to remain over until Monday Messrs Riudcll have arranged to keep Michaels orchestra over until then aad will feed the boys on tbn fat of the land An invitation la extended to newspaper men outside time district and many of these will be on hand to enjoy the meeting Our JeHas Resigned Gov L C S Blackburns nephew confirmed the repoit Tuesday that the former Senator from Kentucky has resigned as Governor ot the Panama Canal Zjne and that he would return to Kentucky und live on nls farm in Woodford county Another confirmation of Gov Blackburn resignation comes from the Hon Jake Corbett a close friend who icsides at Wickliffe Ky The de I partmneat at Washington has not been officially notified ol Gov Blackburns resignation but is possible that it- t may iafe b dwnt to Prealetenf Mtti ttt Ifewii MItt M tiM 11 9tt M fMinMwM Irani o Masonic Inspection Richmond Chapter Royal Arch Masons was inspected Thursday even tog by Mr Josopji Ewalt of Cjnthi ana Notwithstanding the severe weather a large number ol the Com panions were present and the work proceeded without a hitch Mr bwalt complimented the Chapter very highly HOw About Richmond Winchester Democrat Au insurance inspector was hero this week making a quiet inspection of the back premises of the business aud private houses and gave out that if barrels boxes and trash were not removed and a generalclean ing up of back premises made forth with timers would be a cancellation of many insurance policies in tho near future Buys In Garrard Mr David Chenault has purchased the Joo Robinson farm in Garrard couuly just beyond Lancaster on old Danville pike The place contains 215 acres anti the deal was made by a trade of other land in this county The Climax is glad tosay that Mr Chenault will not move away only buying the farm as an investment Ho is one of our best citizens and we do not want to seo him leave Be Loyal to Home Try your home merchant first If yon receive a catalogue from an out oftovn firm offering you a certain article at a certain price go and ask your dealer about it and see if he cannot duplicate it You dont know what you pay for when you buy from out of town but the home doaler is always hero to make good if things are not as he says Give him the chance anyway before sending away from homo the money you earn her and that should remain as n portion of tho working capital of the community Means Much For the South The Organization of tho Citizens National Life Insurance Co Louisville whose advertisement has been appear ing in The Climax means much to the South The of the insur ance business has been phenominal and thousands of dollars have been sent from this section to the big East ern concerns There is no reason whatever why this business should not be handled here and the organ ization of the splendid company re ferred to will bring this about The company is backed by unlimited cap- Ital and its success is foregone con elusion A Commercial Course An unusually fine opportunity will be afforded the young people of Richmond nod Madison County by the State Normal this coming year to pre pare themselves for commercial posi tions of various kinds Hookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting Commercial Law Commercial Arithmetic Penmanship and Business Correspondence will be included in this course Prof J E Gilkey of Bardstown Kentucky a graduate of time Howling Green Business University will have charge of this course JJeside havnig a thorough traiuiux in these branches lie lies had several years successful experience in teaching them Twentieth Century Bookkeeping Gregg Shorthand and Touch Typewriting will be the tests in these subjects Mr Gilkey is In town now and will be glad to talk with anyone Interested iu this work i s lsmw 1 uvII 11 Wonderful Discovery Richmond Men Find Curiosity In County Calculated to Bring Them Millions What promises to be the greatest drawing card as a summer resort is being put on foot by several Richmond parties We say summer resort tlioueli the prospects are that it will also draw crowds during the winter Through the kindness of one of the promoters The Climax was enabled to get the inside facts which are as followsJames S Crutclier one of our best known and most popular young men has for some time past been on the lookout for a farm for a friend going over much of the county Last week he was in time Berea section riding losiurely over that country Becom ing fttigued ho dismounted and sat down under a large tree to rest Just below the hill Ia piece of flat land about two hundred yards square known in that locality as crawfish land A light wind came up and Mr Crutclier was surprised to hear the sweetest music he had over listened to The sound was ono complete musical chord resembling a chord by some large orchestra or pipe organ It was so soothing and sweet that it soon lulled Mr Crutchor U sleep How long he slept is not known but be was awakened by Mr Dan II Breck who was hunting in that section and came upon the sleeper Crutclier explained the matter to Breck and strange to say the wind rose and tIme sime sound came again The two men started at once to ascertain from whence it came Going to the low level portionrof land refercd to they found it to be the home of Innumerable crawfish These had made I10i sihlv a thousand holes such as crawfish make in the gionud These holes happened to be of such size and depth that when tho wind passed over them it produced the sound on tho Fame principle ns that ot the ordinary toy whistle As stated above time result was thesVeet sound bo soothing thai tho listener quickly sinks into dreams Time two men immediately realized that a lintel affording such a sleep producing featute would prove a veiltable gold iiiina and made hatto to tellof their discovery A stock corn pany is being organized the land will be purchased and nn immense hold erected smear the spot where the weary can find repose and the nerveous a ready relief from insomnia- It is evident that the crawfish had made the holes within helast few weeks as none ct the people living in that section had ever noticed the noise or music It requires very little breoze to produce the music and when a gale blows it can be heard for miles around Stock in the enterprise is being rapidly taken everybody readily seeing that the ventuie will prove a moneymaker To Masons Wives The wifp of a prominent Mason re siding in thiii county has suggested that each of them who have put up jam bring or end in one jar to be sent t the Children of the Widows and Or phans Home in Louisville By doing this a larga box of the delicious jam can ba sent and It will indeed be a treatfor the little ones The children have everything they need ot course but good oli fashioned homemade jam Is somthing not to be found on the city markets Most every Masons wife can spare one jar and it could not be used for a better causo Being or send the jar with name attached to The Climax office where either Mr Millet or Mr Landram both members fILchfflofld tewmtattc b- fJftid t that it n Bt it is ike f4 W ttfeltkU rfefci Mwfri BIG DROP IN svWash Suits i In order to close out a surplus of Boys Wash Suits we quote for ten days prices d as followsIV 50c Suits for 3975c Suits for l 51 Suits for 79 2 Suits for 129 These are brand new goods made in the latest stylos and are shown in a van patternsif I s j crij jitj I n COVINCTONSTORE fOR zz megaphone growth Special Services- On Friday evening at 730 there will be special services in tho Catho lic church Rev Edward Cleary who has charge of the Negro Mission in the ArchDiverge of Cincinnati will deliver the sermon NonCatholic friends arc most cordially invited Next Sunday being the first Sunday of the month there will be two masses 8 oclock and 10 oclock On next Sunday evening will ho a mebtingof the trustees to consider most important business Popular Young Couple Wed The marriage of Dr John Hunt Rutledge and Miss Purmclia Culton on Tuesday was the culmination of a courtshipextending over two years The ceremony which united them was performed in Louisville for which place they left Tuesday The groom Is a native of Clark county and since his location iu this county ho has made many friends He resides at White Hall where he enjoys lucra tive practice His bride is a daugh ter of Rev J N Culton of this city and is as beautiful as she is accom pUshed She possesses an intellect of brilliancy and since her graduation has taught bath here and in the coun ty During the last school year she was a member of the Caldwell High School Dr and Mrs Rutlcge left for Louisville for a short trip Upon their return they will visit his relatives in Clark before going to their home at White Hail The Climax with others extends congratulations Some Timely Words Thin following article is taken from the Sentinel a paper published in this city by J A Gnynn the colored doctor Itcives a fair statement of conditions and This Climax trusts all especially tho colored people will read and profit thereby If the colored people will only follow this advice they will be much happier and morepros perous The Sentinel says From ft business point of view ivory timing is astir iu this city The improvements are substantial permanent sod on both large and small scales and not under the direction of an organization of boomers either All of our employes ere employed and in addition to them about two hundred and fifty employes here from other cities are also given work Some of the farmers especially Mr1 John Fife inform us that they have been forced to give hands one and half dollars per day to work on the larmJ j r people leaving Richmond in search of work or high wages for all can get steady employment at from SI 50 to 000 per day If you cee nn idler or loafer on our streets it is not because he cannot find work but rather because he is too lazy to work If you see men and women leaving Richmond on the excursion train or otherwise claiming that they are in search of work and better wages do not believe them for they will simply be running from york and good wages Let ovary one of us work every day and make it a point to save a part of each days earningstart a bank ac count and let your money remain there until you got a snfllctent amount to buy a home or start business We must cease to be such great pleasure eeekers and learn to be greater money and property seekers We must be industrious frugal economical Twox Farms For Rent or Sale Near Red IIons3good improvements Will watered Will either rest or sell separately 5Wth tojrethwv Apply to I Nt f iltl1jt II Ir Ws n Quarantine Against Kentucky Sheep Now In Force Will Work Much Injury to Trade In This State The Bureau of Animal Industry has sput out a circular from which tho lol lowing are extracts The order for the quarantine which is effective August 16th provides that sheep shall be moved interstat from Kentucky only under the following conditionS Sheep tiiat are diseased with scabies and that have been dipped once in an approved dip under the supervision of an inspector of the Bureau cf Animal Industry within ten days before shipment may be shipped interstate to a recognized slaughtering center for immediate slaughter If inIposes they shall be dipped twice with an interval of ten days Other sheep may be moved interstate for feeding or stocking purposes after one dipping under government supe vision or they may be shipped interstate under quar antine restrictions for immediate slaughter without dipping II For many years sheep scab has been quite nrevalent in the west but as a result of tho combined efforts of Federal and state authorities much terri tory has been entirely freed and the infection in other sections has been greatly reduced and it is hoped that within a few years more the disease will be entirely stamped out This is the first time that that disease has obtained a sufficient foothold east of the Mississippi river to require a Fed eral quarantine M C Rankin State Commissioner of Agriculture went to Washington last week in order to get the quarantine against Kentucky sheep modified He was interviewed on his return and said turt if the Fiscal Courts of the various c6uuies would take the matter in band andsupply dipping tanks and if tho werlitsheep quarantine lifted that it would be effective till scabies were eradicated that the State authorities could not do anythiug effective with the sheep men without the aid of Federal authority iu which he is substantiated by Dr McCormick of the State Board of Health and the other members He stated that time effect of the quarantine would cause time price of butcher sheep to drop 2 a hundred pounds at once and that it was all the fault of the Indifference of the sheep men who would not observe the simple regula thom of selfprotection and that he thought the strict quarantine would teach them a valuable but expensive lesson The court day reports from various counties show that the bottom has droppelout of the sheep trade and the sale of sheep is reported at several places at f3 eac- hExcellent Instructors Prof Casaady of Madison Institute has succeeded in securing the services of two most excellent instructors for the Music Department of that insti tution They are Miss Martie who graduated from the Boston conserve tory wlll have charge of the Instrumental muf lcand Miss Gattleib of the Cincinnati Conservatory who will have charge of the vocal instruction These ladles are among the best Instructors in the country and Prof Oas sady is to be congratulated upon securing their services TIme now pianos for Madison Institute have arrived and are splendid instruments The building has been thoroughly over hauled and renovated and the stnIo will find every coareBwfcB to ta hd at aiJlgb1IMII1limitation rheptot ttfttt t pfocftferoM tr wets nf vie tdtrt jl- r Death of Noble Woman Death has gen busy in this community during the past year claiming popularlation to many hearts Yesterday the body of Mrs William S Oldham was borne to our beautiful City of time Lead and laid to rest by gentle hands beneath a mound of flowers She was cut off in the prime of womanhood after many months of invalidism tier deeds of kindness of hospitality and of mercy will never die in the memory of those who knew and loved her She was beloved by old and young alike whom she made welcome at all times and her generous spirit never lacked objects upon whose wet fare to expand itself She was gifted by nature with personal beauty a vigorous intellect superior musical ability and was a constant reader and a fine literary critic Her fund of good cheer was irresistable and her bright miud was devoted to scattering words and deeds ot kindness She diffused about her a degree of magnetism that made her companionship agreeable and the friends she made were friend for life Possessed of a voice of remarkable sweetness she gave her talent readily whenever called upon for the church or those to whour its richness and sweetness may lend sympathy and comfort The end came at eleven oclock Sunday night at her home in this city after many mouths of suffering during which her wonderful recupera tlve power finally succumbed Surrounded by loved ones her probation was over and the mysteries of the un seen world opened to her departed spirit godownAnd bright in Heavens jeweled crown they shine forevermore Mrs Oldham is survived by her bus band and two children Coleman and Pattie In their dart hour they have deep sympathv of legions of friends It has been often said that no better or truer mother and wife ever lived in thin community Site was loved and praised by all for Iir uiHm deeds of kindness and sacrifices made during her Christian life Too mnulican not be said of this good woman and the high esteem in which she was held by all She was a daughter of Coleman I Pattie one of Richmonds most prominent and influential citizens She was a member of the Presbyterian church and until overtaken by illness was an indefatiguabte worker therein Her devotion to family her church and for all that was good has won for her u crown of glory Tim brat live stock show spIendM amusement features good free attrac tions anti plenty flf music by Weber band is what you can say for BourlMmj Fair Paris Sept 7 to 11 inclusive Urchins Troubles Begin The Caldwell High School open next Monday and it is believed the attendance will be even larger than last year Prof Coates and his able corps of assistants have everything in applepie order for the opening and the youngsters will hucklo down to work without delay Parents should bear in mind that it is very important to send their children orf the first day as to have thorn coming in during the week causes delay and annoyance Put every youngster in school then cut a beech limb and see that they go regularly The kings and queens ot the harness and saddle classes will all be these to compete for the attractive stakes at Bourbon Fair Sept 7 to 11 inclusive Many new rings have been added in eluding the draft horse class A Slimy dollar colt ring will also be a feature There is money for every class of live stock at the old Bourbon Fair Perrv Thomas are pleased to an flounce to customers that they haw secured the agency forZemo the best known remedy for the positive and permanent cure of Eczema Pimples Dandruff Blackhead Plies and every form of skin or scalp disease Zontn is a clean liquid for external uw gives instant relief and cures nay form of skin or scalp disease by dS straying the germ that causes the disease leaving ti clean healthy skin Perry Thonui will gladly show you proof of many roruarkablo cures made by emo Imp 1tant Announcement In order to close out quickly we offer all Spring and Summer Goods iV Cost aiH Less Tlai Cost Wewill not carry over anything and to move them out have slashed prices right and left Here is a chance to get the best bargains ever offered Come 1 early andget first choice We arenow receiving our immense stock of FallGoodsconsisting every new ereation in Womens Wear ana must make room for these geods We bought them at very low figures and can sell them lower than you can find the same qaality elsewhere WalterflKIt c411 m 0 n Enquirer Hats I Q 300 r= sIi = == Shirts JtOO and L50 of clever models of ATRIO 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 2 10 1250 15 1 8 and 20- i I Boys Suits wKsker Z50 300 350 400 E Heres the chance for SCHOOL SUITS of which provident parents will not fail H to take advantage for their boys All kinds of materials and patterns and all H sizes in each of the four lots J URespectfullySubmitted to the Cash Trade I EVElderHats 3 Stoughton Shoes 350 and 41Enquirer C== === = l c = c=========== C= =c =c= Q= J THE CLIMAXr and Cincinnati Enquirer 125 j f l W D Oldham Id Co i j Dry Goods t i H Notions t Wj i Shoes r IClothing Furnishings I J J 1 fi 0kBusy Bee Cash Store Iil t rofJ k t1t LJJ I I J r- 3J k 1 c jtj If J a crrX Emperor WE WILL GIVE YOU A GOOD hONEST AND DURABLE Jon OF PAINTING soculledPainterfllofley that we Vfllchorgeltiffl durableOurwepay them good Wages and they tottepure white lead llnjsevd oil nncl the ruostexpeziiy e colors rellnhlcnndyouwillouwontfellow We doonly the lest work and conf1 weuseLetusXTERPhioe Lnbii Itiuib L LIIN EFFECT AUG 22 1009 EAST BOtJNri ir pmLvpmLvI pmLvI pmIIpmLvAr tJeattyville1215 a m 430 pm WEST BOUND Lv piLvpmLvtVAf pmI pmLvImLvAr pm mAltVersaillestmond900 p m Train leaves Bentty RichmODdOn Sundavs only train leaves Rich Boattyrille VttaileaNicholasvilleInterurban Lines at Versailles II R Siiiwr G P A Versailles Ky Land N TimeCard SOUTHBOUND No PaintLickRlcliznoidailyrive Rowland 1045 a m No 27 For Silver GreekPaint LickLan toLouisvIlleM arrives Louisville 610 t No Souththrough1135 A Leave Cincinnati at815 A M No trainsmakes MNoRIchmondIaveFourthStr jr No Richmondlanta 1155 A Jlr Leaves Cincinna 825i M NORTHBOUND No leaveUichmondnati 765 A M No Richmondrt11 A No arrivenichmondNo leavoRichmondnati 610 PM No 32 JaekonvtIJoCincinnatihmited arriveCincinnatiNo arrivesRichmond whereIDeWitts Little Earley Risers tho safe sure easy gentle little liver Witchhazel ItliIfOodllX podP10 wAIJ JLc r Q Premium List jf Continued from Page 1 Best cherry preserves Mrs Jno ErGibson Mrs Ora Hackett Best plum preserves Mrs Jas DCI baBesters Mis J IL McKinney Best sweet pickle pcnohcs Mrs Jno Wagers Mrs J no It Gibson Best sweet pickle pearsMrs John Wagers 1st nnd end nest cucumber sour picklesMiss MolJie Powers Mrs G B rurleylBest mixed pickles Wagers Mrs Will Arbuckle Best tomato catsupMrs GB TuriI y Mollle Powers Wheat one bushel Elmer Deather ageOats onehalf bushel Elmer Death erage G B lurleyiBluegrass M Phclps Elmer Deatlieragetn deNoandTwelve ears yellow cornSam Phelps Twelve eats white flint corn Squire atttlllloiiBest six stalks corn David Deather age John Deathcnigeh thLRMclclnneyBest stalk of tobaccoElmer Deathterage Bob Tevis J It lIellnne Plate of tomatoes Mrs Toni Bald win Sanford Oldham Onions onehalf peck Mrs J P Simmons 1st and 2nd Best onehalf peck Irish potatoest thMaretaMareSanford Oldham Q Parke Stallion 3 years and under 4 Collins Redmond T It Davis Sweepstakes for colts foal of 1909 Collins Redmond Roy McCray Jess Tudor John McWilliams Mare and 1oalW It McCray Har ris White Best mare colt under 1 year W R McCray Harris VhitenStallion colt under 1 yearPrice Tudor John McWilliams Prettiest girl baby Mrs Katherine Barnes Sirs Rogers McKinney Stallion any ageEdgar Doty Col lins Redmond J O Brooks Most attractive automobile Ben L BanksnflChenaulttiBoyDunn Win Burnam Mare or gelding 4 years and over W B Burton Bob Valker CLKcrr Mare or gelding any ageToN Ray Best turnout driven by boy or girl Will Luxon John W McKinney Elmer Deatherage Fancy turnout single mare or geld C L rGaitedCollins h Redmond Bob Walker Sanford Oldham Marc or gelding4 years old and over W B Burton Bob Walker IL W Moore To Bc Happy you must have good health You cant have good health if your liver Is not doing its duty slow but sure poisoning is going on all tho time under such circumstances Mallards healthyliverkeepsright and acts as a tonic for the en tire system Sold by Perryand Thomas slm For Rent SowingMachine apply this office tf Take care of your stomach Let Kodol digest all the food you cat for that is what Kodol docs Every table spoonful of Kodol digests 2j pounds of food It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back Sold by all druggists slm Mrs John F Wagers Richmond agoquitesick and I thought they would all PoultryCureby Perry Thomas Saved ChugchugBrrr Honkhonk Gillicilluggilligillugl The pedestrian paused at the inter section of two busy cross streets He looked about An automobile wss rushing at him from one direction a motorcycle from another an auto truck was coming irom behind ands taxicab was speedily approaching Zip zip ZiuA lug He looked up and saw directly above him a runaway airship in rapid de scentThere was but one chance He was standing upon manhole cover Quick ly seizing It he lifted the lid and jumped Into the hole just in time to be run over by a subway train Cleve laud Plain Dealer A Burglar In Town his name is bad cough Ho doesnt care for gold or silver but will steal your health away If ho appears in withIeuro for all clu hcolds and chest perbottleslm The Printers Devil The Mercury devil Billie Bowen was making up the forms The paper was late and the boy got the galleys obituarynoticedumped in the form and the next galleydescribing this Tho pallbearers lowered the body into the grave and it was con signed to the flames There were few if any regrets for the old wrecks s been an eyesore to the town for years Of cpurso there was Individual loss but that was fully covered by insurance Ihd widow thinks the editor wroto I the obituary that way because tho lamented partner of her joys owed him five years sub Bcriptlqn Carlisle Mercury WeIty Xep aroundbyndeormttyiftism lumbago sprain stiff joints or laliradsSn9w sadbedtil Shd by Priy J Womans Woes tCbIeB i Women Are Finding Relief at Lat j t does seem that women have more ii a fair share of tho aches and ns that afflict humanity they must keep up II wust attend to duties Into of constantly backs or ad aches dizzy spells bearingdown 11insl they must stoop over when to c means torture They must walk- d bendand work with racking pains d many aches from kidney ills idneyscausn wore suffering than ny other organ of the body Keep a kidneys well and health Is easily inintalned Read of a remedy for dncys only that helps and cures the idnes and is endorsed by people Ins locality Mrs J W Putnphrey Danville St ancaster Kv saysl My experience th Doana Kidney Pills leads me to ilievn that they live up to the claims ado for them I suffered a great al from backache and at night uld not sleep on this account On evcral occasions my hack became so painful and weak that I was unanlo to tend to mv household duties Being vised to glvo Doans Kidney Pills a Lah I did so helped me from o first and had I continued taking em long enough I believe they ould have effected a complete cure was compelled however to discon t nue use for a time but am now again using them and am cer tain that they will soon rla me entirely of kidney trouble For sale byall dealers Price CompanyUiliialu e United States- Remember the name Doans and ke no other slm Hot Temperance Drink The latest drink in prohibition tar ritory Ginger cocktail It is a drink intended to avoid trouble with the prohibitory law It can be purchased anywhere at any time and tho chap who sells it never is in danger of prosecution and the fellow who buys it ewer will be brought into court as witnessThe is made of three parts of ordinary apple cider and ono part Jamaica ginger and is really a pala tiblo concoction Cider always is ood and ginger being chiefly alec olic gives the mixture a zest and svor that old topers bay is about the nest ever- Besides tho drink gets real action right away Two good drinks will make a man feel real funny and cute three will cause him to rob his own truokand five are calculated to make him prefer a bed of shucks in the corner of a vacant lot to a nice downy couch at home If you want to throw ocks at your motherinlaw but lack the nerve just take some of this and youll turn the trick all right Farmers mechanies railroaders laborers rely on ThomasEclectriclOil Takes the burns or bruises at once Pain can not stay where it is used For Sale or Rent Farm of six acres on Bg Hill pike just of tside city limits Well improved antI watered Good dwelling and outbuildings Possession Jan 1 Apply within ten days to Mrs M D Cofiield orBB Boen at Kingston 2t Billious Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Com plexion si IIcw Liver needs waking up Doans Regulets cure billious attacks 25c at any drugstore Lost Gold rim nose glasses with chain at tached Return to this ofli- cePROPOSALS Sealed proposals will be received un til noun September 13 1009 for the 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 Rich mond Ky- Plans and specifications of all of the foregoing equipment may be seen at the office of the said State Normal Schoolof Richmond Ky and at the office of Anderson Frankel Architects 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 KontnckyState 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 uecurity surety company having a 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 the time at which he will complete his part of the wprk AU bids must be sealed and address ed to tho Board of Regents of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School care of Anderson Frankel Architects Lexington Ky The law provides that all contracts complyjug e statutes The right to reject any and all bids isl reservedBoard of Regents of the Eastern Ky State Normal School Rich mond Ky by J A SULLIVAN Chairman Executive Committee I Notice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave we use this method to in vite our friends and the public for a share of their We handle the celebratedIi Rich Mountain Jellico Coal which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted with our Coal and method of doing business 1 iFully Guaranteed I It is satisfactory to know that any article purchased fc fully guaranteed by tho company Such is the case with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mrs 8 A Deatherase who will be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable and comfortable as Mrs Deatherage is prepared to fit any sizeftDo not be deceived unscrupulous imitators who would have you tiers that the imitation pills are as good as DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills There isnt anything just as good as these wonderful pills lor the relief of Backache Weak in flammation of the bladder urinaiy disorders and all kidney complaints Anyone can take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed in per feet confidence of good results Sold by all druggists slm For Sale For wall paper see B Juett Son They sell it and hang It at reasonable prices You dont have to walt they have it in stock Phono 419 ti Beyond Medical Aid G D WeatherslAvon Kysays My hogs were so badly diseased with cholera I did not think medical aid could possibly save them I gave theta Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cured them without a single loss Sold by Perry Thomas Five days of pleasureSept 7 8 9 10 and Ilthe 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 attractions Webers celebrated Military Band and the big paste g r cirring Holz Captive Balloon Dont Swallow Drugs to Cure Catarrah Ilyomei is a germ killing vapor of air which when breathed either through the mouth or nose will kill catarrah germs and sooth and heal the inflamed and mutilated mem brane Hyomo is such a powerful germ destroyer that tit penetrates every fold and crovice of the membrane of the nose and throat And it kills the catarrah germs because it gets where those health destroyers are Ilyomei is pleasant to use it is made from concentrated extract of pjne and eucalyptus taken from trees- n inland Australia where catarrah was never known Breathe in this pleasant healing yet germ killing air youll like to use Hyomel through a small hard rubber inhaler that comes with each outfit and relief will come quickly Hyomei is guaranteed by B L Middelton to cure catarrah or money back it gives most wonderful relief consumptives A complete out it which includes an inhaler a bottle of Hyomei and simple instructions for use costs 1 and extra bottle If afterward needed costs 50 cents Leading druggists everywhere sell Hyomei MIONACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour atom ach belching and cures all stomach disease or money back Largoboxofthb lets 50 cents in SPRING 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- Ing outfit and will be pleased to have her triend and patrons call Satisfaction guaranteed Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures con yourdruggists Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephom 267 Office in Oldham Building Dr C H MalnhartGr- aduate McKllHpp Vcterlnar Ccllege of Chicago 1- 11Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Office at Vaughn Samuels Ktable Telephone RICHMOND KY O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSAT LAW tlCHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen alts grocery R Emmett Million accessor to Burgle 1en- nyDENTIST Over State Bank lI Trust Company TKIKPHONE 211 Dr F S Smith 6DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 203 c A sVtrvAN-I TrXTLAlJI- HMOND KENTUCKY OfttOMeCeuit Harry M Bnton 4DENTISTJiiiliiltJl h L= I u ONTGOOKTH- IS HOT WEATHER 1 = l4j it We haveeVCrytfli11g for 1ub1k such as Canned t Chicken fit 4 I chickensjlI 1 All kinds of Deviledyand Potte4 t tf Meats Salad DressingSj etc itAi tT Gouington 5 ciPhone 72 232 West Main street jl r I George English l I PLUMBING lDocwl for l l Gas and Gasoline Engines I Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works for country and suburban homes f 210 E Main Street Phone 619 I l RICHMOND KENTUCKYl+ Freeman Grider Beat Estate Fire Lifo Accident and Liability Insurance Agents If you want to sell your property list it with them If you want to insure it see them Office over Perry Thomas Drugstore t 0 The Schlegel Studio Portraits Views and Enlarging Special attention to Amatuer 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