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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dd = i 1t1tt TFW L PICHMONDV CLIMAX J y I+ =VOLUME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAYS SEPTEMBER 8 1009 NUMBER 14 Aa WALL PAPER BROWERSWhen Looking Furniture You are influenced by what you see but the part you cant see is where the real value is The construction cabinet work and finish must be right or soon trouble begins De pend upon it when buying from us We guarantee the part you caatt see the hidden workmanship to be as perfect as PORCH FURNITURE Reed Table green regular price 55 special 3 50 Reed Chair green regular price 4 special 1 25 Reed Rocker regular price 52 special 1 25 Reed Rocker brown regular price 52 special 1 25 RUG DEPARTMENT Specials for This Week Axminster Rug 9x12 reg price S25 special 17 50 H Velvets 9x12 reg price 2750 special 20 00 Tapestry Rugs 9x12 seamless reg price 20 15 00 U i one seam reg price 516 12 50 u three seams reg price 5J4 10 00 5 t 810x36 seamed reg price S10 7 00 Arabian Art square 9x12 regular price 1250 10 00 Ity t E Fi Brower Co MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY When in Needof Plastering or Concret- eMATERIALJ SEE BURNSIDE ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND VWe also handle all kinds of Feed 2 We Sell May Manton Patterns 10- r c Each J he Right Way to get good o buy your paper from and uphangerFhQDC Kne and gets an uptodate paper Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judg- eJ M Benton For Commonwealths Attorney B A Cruncher For Circuit Cler- kRoy C White Fac County Judge W R Shackelford Fbr County Attorney O P Jackson For County Clerk R B Terrill- ForShcrift D A McCord For Assessor Shelby I Taylor For School Superintendent John Noland For Jailer N B Jones City Ticket For Mayor Sam Rice For Police Judge robe J Greenleaf For City Attorney T H Collins For Chiefof Police Tames H Allman For City Councilmen- T T Covington Emil Lorisch John E Sexton Taltpn Todd Jeff Stone Everett Berry The Richmond Steam LaUndry at your service Call or ring 52 912 W P BAXTERarwrr o Sentiment Wont Run Paper A newspaper If it has any brains conscience and muscle back of it must continually decide between doing its ditty and iolnrin its pocket In any position but that of editor the public is able to separate the individual home from the collective citizen But if an editor does not please them it is at his pockets they aim Thus it is the newspapers learn who their friends are The man who reads a newspaper and admires it nil the year around yet gives his business support to some other concern is not a friend to the former newspaper There are too ninny men who expect an editor to slave In defense of their pet notions and hob bies advocate their views against the strongest opposition and coolly with hold their business support by which alone a country newspaper can live Talk about a paper having a public duty to perform and an editor having no work for his principle Is cheap when others stand back and extend a lukewarm neutrality Seaford Del N esIHow To Care Skin Disease The germs and their poisons which cause the disease must be drawn to the surface of the skin and destroyed Salves and greasy lotions may give temporary relief but they have not the power to destroy the germ life extornallusestroy the germ life leaving a clean healthyskin Zemo positivelycures Eczema Pimples Blackheads Dandruff Itching Piles and every form of skin or scalp disease Perry and Thomas the druggists endorse and recommend Zemo and will give you a sarulpo bottle tf A Wise Minister A minister in a neighboring town was greatly annoyed on Sunday morning by women turning around every time any one came in and interrupting the sermon At last he hit upon a plan for stoppiig it The next time he preached he gave this notice out So that no one need turn around I will name the persons entering during my sermon And he started Dearly beloved brethernFarmer Jones and wife eeventl chapter and seventh verse ol1r8 Brown and babySt John where he saysMr and Mrs Brown with a new bonnet Here he discovered his mistake but was too lateall the women in the house had turned around Lost or Stolen White and livercolored pointer pup Missed about Aug 21 Reward for return Carl Todd tl Loses Entire Flock For a week or two The Winchester Democrat has made brief mention of loss of turkeys sustained by farmers in the county and inquiry has disclosed the fact that many farmers have lost practically their entire flocks and that the crop generally will be a short one We note from our exchanges that the same fatality exists in other counties o the Bluegrass and various are the speculations as to the cause ot the widespread destruction Many attri bute it to the extremely wet season ex perienced in this section during the summer and others contend that it is caused by a new disease something similar to roup but even mure destruc tive in its effect than that disease While The Democrat has mentioned the loss of a number of farmers proba bly the loss of S J Cohkwright is the greatest of them all Each year he raises a large number of the national birds and this season he tried to eclipse all former efforts Mr Conk wright hat 32 turkey hens and had settings of an even five hundred eggs Three hundred and sixty young tur kevs were the result of the hatch and the prevalent disease has killed every turkey on the place If this Whole sale destruction continues turkeys promise to be scarcer than obacco crops in 1903 and the fellow that ex pects to have turkey grace his Ttanks giving board will have to be a Rocke feller or u membar ol the tobacco trust Amen and Amen Cadiz Record The man who will sacrifice his political principles fjr an office would sacrifice the office and the confidence of the peoplo who elected him if the inducement to do so was sufficient We have no fault to find with the man who honestly leaves the Democratic party because ho does not endorse its policies and principles the man who leaves tho Republican party tor the same reason is entitled to the utmost respect no one should fall out with the man who is an independent in politics if he has reached that con clusion honestly but tho jackass who- leaves one party and lands m the middle of another running for an office deserves the utmost contempt of all honest people regardless of politics No honest man will do such a tiling Switches and puffs made to order Stock on hand to select from I also hays in stock triangles chignons in fact everything in hairdressing I guar antee to restore grey hair to its original color Call and see me at 42i Walnut St Mrs Alice Harper I buy hair and combings and clippings 3m The Wrong Way is to buy a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone re Boonesboro- A Now York paper has the following description of the old place at Boonesboro recently sold by Tom StevensThomas Stevens has sold the old historic Stevens homp and 200 acres of land on the Madison side cf the Kentucky river at Boonesboro to Dr J Williams at Ford at about tGU an acre a very low pricer considering its associations and place in history The farm embraces the site of tho old fort where Boone and other Viigin ians and Kentuckians fought Indians and tho British The colonial home was originally an inn and a resting place for the stage line between Richmond and Winchester and Lexington There is the famous Sulphur Well Bottom The residence faces the Kentucky River and has a beautiful natural beach where during the season fish ermen from Central Kentucky are to he found fishing boating and bath ing Just in front of the house is the Joel T Hart monument of the Kentucky pioneer Daniel Boone which was erected by the Daughters of the Revolution the site of which was donated by Mr Stevens The place was inherited by Mr Stevens and was originally the prop ertyof Dr Hinpe who received a grant of 1000 acres for his services as surgeon during during tho Revolu tionary War MrStevens is a nephew of the late Bishop Kavanaugh of the M E Church South Eczema Is Now Curable Zemo a gloat liquid for external use stops itching instantly and permanently cures eczema and every form of itching skin or scalp disease Perry and Thomas the druggists say Zomo is the most successful and meritorious remedy he has ever stld for the prompt relief and positive cure of comma every form of itching skin disease Ask for sample and see display and photos of many remarkable cures made by Zemo tf The Sorghum Crop The sorghum crop of the Big Sandy Valley was formerly one of the most important in that section and much of it was used here For several years the business has been almost extinct but this year it is reported to be quite large At one time much of it was raised in this section but now it is rarely planted except for feeding pur poses WALL PAPER q FoR YAJYJr OUR WiP12rjpretty bedroom will help you to start Achcerful in a cheerful pleasant mood Its a i haven of rest for you to come back toatnight And all day long it is a pleasure to your wife To make a bedroom it is more important to hare J1 tastefulfurniturethatharmonhesthanfurniturethatmerelr t costs lot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed if rtyou prefer bureau and chiffonier of ight color maple is especially pretty a low rocking chair and oneOft r two straight back chairs to match a mirror fVe foot high Jscrewed onto a closet door a sofa upholstered a shirtwaist box covered with the same andihe cretojrepeated in hangings at the window over white muslin 1 curtains a light colored rug on the flooraU this does f not cost very much ifyou buy from vs and make o pretty room Come in and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS k FOSTER mattressrThat is what makes your bedroom a haven of4 rest i No other mattress is so comfortable lRrrWindsorothtr adrertutd mattress We sell it on 60 nights trial tll If you can part with it at tie end of that time we will fig return your money without question or comment r j OLDBAM and LACKEYI I 1EL Day Phone 76 SpecialtyNight TllE i1llSTLiNflCH STORE 30 Days Reduced Prices We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each p lit Owingourselveswith entirely for the days we will offer our customerst toolnany spring goods to carry over Therefore next thirty J t sx tat s kYk 1 Lt i f EXtraordlnary 1JiiYI v I L dh r 0 1l I T j aI e SI fto ff 4 r f t iii order to reduce our surplus stock fixedWeprinciple of telling the truth about our merchandise and giving our patrons the most and the best for their money It has been our greatest A j desire to have our friends buy from us without any fear misrepresentation on ourbyabsolutely honest methods living up to what we say either in advertising or otherwise We now tell you that you can buy anything in and if this is true before passing judgment We will not name summer goods in our store at reduced prices and we ask you to come see man prices but we have stocks of goods toe selland it will be very profitable to you to make us a visit Especially low prices on all Ready to wear Goods Waists Suits Skirtsetc We have knifed to the bottom all men ts light weight clothes Talk about cheap w will sur = oJ 198uupprise yo 4 v i liVERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS r T4rF oo 1 f CORMAIN9ri 2 ST IlC HMOIf i ri j L 4 5- I Keep COOand Comforthble By Wearing IYIunsing Union SuitsThe very nicest underwear you can buy also r the most economical They are perfect fit ting fine quality light weight noniritating and nonchaffing t Once you wear the Munsing Underwear you will always wear it PRICES RANGE FROM tT SOe to 15O OWEN 1VI cKee1The Richmond Climax rCllBdED flEET IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAMitorMember PRESS and FBICE 190 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 8 1909 Now that the summers work is about done the farmers have their crops out of the way and the mer chants know about how they will come out at end of the year it is time for all to put on their studying caps and consider the allimportant matter of who shall be chosen to till the offices in county slate and city It is often said that Interest in poll tics is everywhere on the wane and this to a large degree is true However this applies largely to National events The Climax does not believe that any citizen sits idle and refuses to think about who is to handle the hardearned dollars he pays as taxes He may steer clear of crowds who talk politics but deep down in his mind he is considering how he will cast his ballot This fact leads The Climax to believe that the splendid tickets nominated by the Democrats will win by overwhelming majorities The tickets are made up of men thoroughly competent and upon whom there is not tho slightest taint of suspicion of crookedness They are men born and reared right here among USi who have spent their lives here where their history is an open book Tho amount of money and important questions to be handled by our officials have grown to such preportions that men of busi ness ability and keen intellect must be chosen to handle them Realizing this and the fact that the voters arc becomingmore independent each year the Democratic leaders were doubly cautious in naming the ticket placing thereon people known to be in every way competent This cau tion was exercised in county and town alike and The Climax asks you to taken look at the names appearing atits masthead today knowing that you wiil be thoroughlysatisfied and will not fall to go to the polls and place the stamp under the rooster THE great Democratic gathering in Louisville last week was certain proof that the party is now united and was never in better shape for battle All leaders of former factions were there and it was indeed a love feast from start to finish It does The Climax great good to chronicle such a happening as we know it will be glad news to our readers to see the party again together and reunited in the State Now the only thing to do is every voter go to the polls and stamp under the rooster and our beloved Kentucky will soon be wrenched from the hands of Incompetent officials At the great barbecue in Louisville nil the Democratic orators were present and every nne predicted ant overwhelming victory for the party in November A Chicago woman has been married seven times Her full name which incidentally gives a summary of her martial career is Grace SnellCoffin- CQffinWalkerCoffinraymanL o v e Love Nothing in modern times comes within hailing distance to it Beginning with a long array of Cof fins it runs the gamut of human sensations and finally approaches its finishlBg mark as is fitting vltb a double portion of Love Had there been any love in the first venture she would have stood hitched tight there TJHC MMwr Tmvlmri lire MW I1Swa iJIa Judge M D Hughes just returned from a trip through the Weft writes in the Lancaster Central Record While I appreciate the advantages of that country yet I am wedded to Kentuckyand her beautiful women The Climax does not know exactly how many beautiful women there are in Kentucky yet if the Judges statement is true he will have a big job taking care of that many wives Being wedded to one keeps a fellow stirring around pretty lively these hard times IN his speech before the American Bar Association Gov Willaon proceeded to rehash the night rider troubles in this State As the dis graceful affair had been almost for gotten its a pity the govcnor salted the old sore It seems that he could have found something else to speak about ITS always the unexpected that happens Steeple Jack Woodringwho rigged the flagpole on the Singer building in New York and did many other like feats fractured his skull last week when he fell two feet from a chair to the floor and died soon afterwards ALL honor to the City Council for enforcing the sidewalk ordinance Of course they have met opposition in their efforts Some people would not care to go to the New Jerusalem if they did not understand that the street improvements were all made REPORTS from all sections of Ken tucky indicate that every Democrat will stand hitched this Fall and there will be none of the usual bolting The bolting fad is fast playing out thanks to the judgement of those wno have gone astray its no longer the fad AND now comes the report that the American explorer Cook has found the North Pole As the season is too late to use it as a fishing pole its bard to tell what ho will do with it He may bring it homo to Mrs Cook to use as a clothesline prop A Washington man has invented muzzle to be used to prevent roosters from crowing It may work now but just wait until the returns from the November elections begin to come in and ho will find that nothing will check that glorious crow Mr opinion of the tariff is that it will prove itself in the next ten years to be satisfactory to most people says Speaker Cannon Perhaps on tho theory that most people can be come used to anything if given time optionlawsthe men who can take a drink or leave it alone Its worse on them than the fellow who is looked upon as a confirmed drinker Striking man after he is down may be the only way to keep him down and one finds very few who are averse to striking the fallen if per sonal advantage is to be gained thereby THE ball season will soon close and those who have spent the sum mer perched on the board scats will gather around the store stoves to spend the winter telling how it happened THE Louisville Herald says the man who patented a hoopskirt fortyfive years ago has now patented an aIr- ship In a high wind both behave about the same IN auto races BOW the score of killedand injured is kept a long with the score of miles run by the contest ants Aad then theres the winter coal to be laid Inw A Great Offer For a limited time only we offer the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and the Richmond Oliawx both OHB year los oaly 1S3 Tfata eilr iakk eod for brttiiMMHHl bi 7eiPee- HNM MIi W I Personals I Miss Jet Doty has recovered from a weeks illness Miss Bessie Turloy has been visit ing in Lcesburg Mrs M D Royso of Wilmoro is with relatives here Mrs S A Deatherago visited in Nieholasville last week Miss Margaret Miller is visiting relatives in Stanford Miss Sue Phelps of Lexington is visiting relatives here Mrs Amanda T Million is visiting in Louisville this week Mrs J B Walker is in Lancaster visiting MrsO Rigney Miss Cynthia Foster is visiting friends in Covington this week Miss Laura Bright has returned from a trip to Mammoth Cave Mrs Jasper of Danville is visiting her Ron Dr H C Jasper Miss Fannie Wilson is the guest of Mrs W K Gott in Lancaster Miss Mary Miller has returned from two weeks stay in Cincinnati Miss Susan Fisher Woods of Stan ford is with Mrs C F Chenault Mrs Burgin of Lexington is visit ing her sister Mrs J A Stevens Mrs John Rymell and two children are visiting her sislenand son in Ohio sir Eli Evans of Roswell New Mexico is here for a visit to relatives Mrs B Jouett and son Reid spent Sunday with friends at Rice Station Mr W D Metcalf of Krunlln Olka is visiting ais mother at Waco Mr and Mrs E T Moberly of Lex ington are guests of Mrs W D Old hamMiss Mary Gatewood of Mt Sterling has been the guest of Mrs J M Poyntz visitingherIrvine WashingtonGrider Miss Sarah Mills has returned to Lexington after a visit to Miss Har riett McCoy Miss Fannie Willging has returned from a visit to Miss Virginia King in Buena Vista Mrs H C Kauffman of Lancaster is with her brother Mr John Green leafMisses Jennie Parks and Merritt Jones have returned from a trip to Canada chUdrenofhloomington here Miss Bettie Taylor has returned to Louisville after a visit to relatives here Miss Virginia Sinclair is tho guest of Miss Belle Bennett at the Hotel and Mrs Rhodes Shackelford and son are guests of Hon C M Clay In Paris Mrs Finnell has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Willis in Nicholasville Mr and Mrs W F Gregory of Louisville are visiting Dr and Mrs Emmitt Million Mrs Frank Eo Jennings of Jack sonville Fla Is visiting her mother Mrs Thos Phelpsr Mr F B Maiksbnry and Leonard Millet of Lancaster were visitors here the past week Mr and Mrs Walker Stewart of Elizabethtown are visiting Mrs C L Searcy at Waco Miss Madge Hart has returned from Atlanta accompanied by her sister Mrs Henry White Miss Willie Kennedy after a visit to her sister Mrs Tutt BurBam has returned to Covlngtoa Mrs Rntheford Douglas and daughter of Macon Ga are guests of Mrs George Phelps near town ttttHlIIktfl I WI Mr William Pattie of Frankfort attended the funeral of his cousin Mrs Mary Pattie Oldham Mill Alice Ballard of Cbllllcothe OhIo is the guest of Mrs J D Adams and other relatives Mt Sterling Advocate Mrs Duncan of Richmond sister of Mrs Eliza Elam is visiting relatives here Mrs W H Webb and daughter Jerolda who have been visiting rela t tives here have returned to Louis villeMrs Emma Bush has returned home after a months visit to her daughter Mrs O P Bush in Lan casterMr Edward Cornelison who has been critically ill of typhoid fever at the P A C Infirmary is now con valesoing Somerset Times Miss Maude Craig leaves Tuesday for Richmond where she will enter the Normal School at that place Misses Bessie Turley and Sarah Wagers were guests of a house party given by Miss Edna Brcnaugh of Nicholasville the past week Mr Will Millard who has spent the summer with his parents in Bris tol Tenn has returned and is with the Kellogg Grocery Co Lebanon Enterprise Mr and Mrs Ben Banks and son of Richmond were here in their touring car last week They were enroute from Adair countywhere they visited relatives Mr and Mrs Will Scott Mrs Bet tie Parrish of Lexington and Miss Lucy Pattio of Frankfort attended the funeral ot Mrs Mary Pattie Old hamShelbyville News Mr B L Mid delton returned to Richmond Tues dayafterspendingseveral days here Mrs Middeltoa and Capt D N Sharp will remain several days longer Mr and Mrs A D Miller andI daughter Elizabeth Mr and Louis Landram and Mayor Woods at tended the meeting of newspaper peo plo at Eatill Springs Friday and Sat urdayLexington Herald Mrs Gooch and daughter Maryof Richmond art at Margaret College Mrs Gooch will be matron and her daughter will be a studentMr M s Elmer Tate spent las week with the M sses Gourley at Heidleburg Messrs Will Millard and William Wallace went up Saturday to join the house party for Sunday Miss Willie Traynor and niece Henrietta Luxon have returned from Parkersville W Va where they visited Mr Waller Traynor and wife Miss Mary Traynor remained for a longer visit Mrs Charles Barclay of Corell Ill is visiting relatives hero and in tht county Before her marriage Mrs Barclaywas Miss Hallio Dozier of Red House and her visit is a source of great pleasure to many friends Dr J Addison Smith has returned from his vacation much boncfitted bv the rest Ho filled his pulpit at tht First Presbyterian church Sunday and will preach at usual hours next SabbathWe glad to note the improve mont in condition of Mr Wm Smith whose long siege of typhoid fever has kept him confined to his homo for several weeks His friends will be delighted to know that he is much better and able to enjoy an occasional drive Miss Zula Willhoite daughter of Mrs L M Bruce left last Wednes day for Louisville where she will en ter training school of John Norton Infirmary She will be gone three years She has many friends who wish her much success Mr Sam Denny of Garrard was here Friday to see the game and shake hands with his many friends here Ho was returning from Battle Creek Mich where ho was benefitted in health by a fow weeks stay at a sanitarium in that city Winchester SunSentinel Miss Elizabeth Powell returned Monday from a visit to RichmondDr and Mrs John Rutledge of Foxtown are guests of Mr and Mrs James Rut ledge on College St Barney Myers of Richmond is spending the week with Leon Wheeler Mr John Ar nold of Richmond stopped in this city awhile Tuesday on his way to Mt Sterling to attend the Fair Miss Annie Mooro left Saturday for Rich mond to visit her brother Mr James Moore and sister Mrs Moberly Miss Ann all Cohen of Richmond was in town Mond- ayBASESViI Notes BALLI L IBow They Stand Clubs Won Lost Pet Winchester 72 41 637 Richmond 68 43 613 Paris = 57 53 5- 1BFrnnkfortM 54 JOO JD8Shelbyville Next game with- Winchester Wednesday and Thursday Frankfort Friday and Satur day Paris Monday and Tuesday ITho double header between the locals r on the lattersgrounde Monday dww tho largest crowds ever on the Hustlers grounds as so much depended on tha outcome The fistgame in forenoon resulted in the score pitchedforseven hits Golden for the Pioneers was In good for and proved a puzzle to the Winchester lads The afternoon game was witnessed by an even larger crowd than that of the forenoon con washotlythe fight of their life and tho score reo suited in four runs for thorn while a biz round goose egx marked the work of the meals Ouly two of Richmond mea reached second bwe during the ecoad JHUM GoJciel worked well but rrffl eckffi ee fa fiiM t X1 Errors Did It Five costly errors That tells the tale of the defeat Ktchmondsnflered at thE hands of Winchester last Tuesday Altho the Hustlers got ten hits oft our pItchers with perfect fielding they would have been good for only fourj runs but enough errors were mixed to let In seven scores which a splendid ninth inning rally could not overcome Weakley started to pitch for Win chester but he was not much of a puzzle to our boys and they scored three ruins during tho six innings be was in the box which looked like enough to win the game for Noah who was on the slab for Richmond was pitching very nice ball but in the sixth the Hustlers encouraged by a base on balls started a rally which landed them one score in the lead Barney sending the ball over the right field fence which was good for the circuit Again in the seventh a cou pIe of hits and an error let in two more runs With this good lead Toney was sent to the slab to prevent further scoring by tho Pioneors but it was the merest luck that landed him victor for the Pioneers jumped on him in the ninth round and all but tied the score sending three runs home but with a out it was imman on first and nobody possible to get the tying run over McCormick relieved Noah m the seventh and three errors In succession let in what proved to be the winning score With good support he would have kept the Hustlers scoreless Thescore1 2345078 9R Vnchester1 000032107 RlchmondnI 001100030 Richmond 4 Paris J The Pioneers went to Pan Wednes day for a two game series and the captured the the first one by the scon of 4 to 1 McConnick was on the slab for Richmond Th score12345678O- Rtchmondl j 0001020 04 Paris 0010000001 Win Second Aho By a tight squeeze the Pioneert gaiu defeated the BonrbonitesThurp lay this time giving them a good coal jf whitewash It was strictly a pitchers battle be tween Creager and Poole Creagei allowing seven badly scattered hiti while Poole allowed only three Richmonds lone tally came in tht ixtb round Tne score1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9R RichmondO000OlOOOlParis Defeat Lexington- The Pioneers defeated the Colts Fri day on the local lot by the score of 5 to 4 The Colts started off with a great burst of speed which was good for our runs in the very first inning and it looked as tho this would certainly Yin the game The fire works started when Murphy the first man up got a mae on balls Harper followed with a bunt which went fur R hit Kimbio did tho fame and Viox followed with a jlean hit scoring Murphy and Harper 3luipinn male a hit scoring Viox and Kimbro The sde was retired before any more damage could be dOle In thu BsccThd our boys got busy and on a base on balls a hit hatter anti two bits sent three runs home They tied the score in the fifth when after Tnois was out Golden reached first on an error and was forced at second by Malony who stolo second went to third on a wild throw by Downing and scored on a hit by Welch Mv tiers itood thus until tbe eleventh inning both sides trying desperately to get I runner home In this round Welch was fist up and he ticked out a nici one and planted it between center and left and was on third base when the ball was fielded in Whittaker followed with a nice bingle to right and tin game was over Welch scoring from third lolden and Robbins were the op posing pitchers and both pei formed nicely except in the first and second inningsTlieecorel 23456789 10 11 B RichmondO 30010000 0 1 5 LedugtonA400000000 0 0 4 Home For Aged Women TIm aged women of the Confederacy are to have a mo moral It is to be in the form of a home for those whose fathers sons and brothers or husbands fought in the lost cause Ucorgla veterans have formed an association ap plied for acbarterand opened subscrip tion books A man of wealth has offered to contribute a site for the building in Atlanta The movement meets with commendation as placing sentiment in a pratical form There is authority for the statement that tnere are in the South miny of ths e who find themselves in the evening of life without menus of support Many of them have never succeeded in recouping the for tunes swept away by the war and the Others have met with mesh reverses A Narrow Escape Edgar N Bayliss a merchant of Robiusonviilc Del wrote About two years ago I was thin and sick and coughed all the time and it I did not have consumption it was near to ohysHoneycough and Iam now entirely well and have gained twentyeight poundo all duo to the good results from tak ing Foleys Honey and Tar Where the Trouble Lies Discussing present farming condi tious Secretary Wilson the head of the agricultural department says The real trouble is that the farmer cant get help to raise crops While the population of the United States has been steadily increasing through the usual additions at home and from immigration the cultivated area of the country is decreasing Thou sands of acres formerly raising pro ducts that made the food of the country have gone back to asturage Ihe farmers simply cannot get the labor to raise crops Tho city draws not only the laborer who might go to the farm but the boy raised on the tarm Outside the fascination of bright lights amusement dnd the excitement of mingling with people there are the shorter hours and tha better pay Tho farmer has doubled his wages in the last fifteen years but the farmer in his busy season must work sixteen hours a day while in the city eight hours has become the rule Secretary Wilson is right Tke labor question is striking at the Very vitals of farming laattiatrioef To HO BMM of eitioMu will the wenU KwrrtM l Wilt aMi i m ilf MittM II Iftt o Amendment to Pavement Specification Ordinance Bait ordained that pavemeBt ordi BancespeciflcationB heretofore adopt ed be and the same is hereby amend ed in reference to the width of gutters to road twentytWO inches srdiwidth Thisfifteen Inches In nance to take effect and be in force its passage and publication Passed Sept 2 Approved C E WOODS Mayor Attest AB PARIS City Clerk City Ordinance An Ordinance Ordering the Construction Cement Side walks Curb and Guttering in the City of Richmond Ky Upon the Ten Year Bond or Payment Plan Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Richmond Kentucky as Son 1 That cement sidewalks curbing and IZutter ngbe and the same are hereby ordered to be constructed on the bond or payment plan authorized br Section 8572 Ken lucky Statutes as amended by an act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky passed and approved this 2nd day ci Sept 1909 in of Richmond Kyas fol lowsConcrete pavements corresponding in width to that Wallace First Presbyterian Church Mrs WW Joo Jolllns rroperliesonter avenue Elks side of their property on Second St be tween Mam Mrs S B Hume and Caroline Farleys heirs on West side 2nd St between Main anti Water Streets W H Douglas J sc Pruther a four foot concrete pavement curb unit gutter fronting thpir properties on North side of Moberly Ave between 5th and Laurel St eats The curbing in front of all said properties shall be six inches thick and shall extend to the bottom of putter and up to a level with top edge of pave ment Said guttering in front of each of said properties shall be 22 inches wide six inches thick and shall be joined to pavement so as to prevent leaking Said work shall be constructed in strict conformity to the general specie fication for the constructions of cement sidewalks curbing and gutter ng and made a part of this ordinance heretofore adopted by slid City Coun cil and approved by the Mayor And the location of said sidewlkp the manner of dMng the work and the luality size and condition of the ma erials shall be as required hysaid pen oral specifications and by the Board ot Pubic Works Section 2 Said work shall be done uidrald materials shall be furnished at the exclusive cost and expense of the owners of lots parts of lots and parcels of land fronting or abutting on laid streets aforesaid and between said poiuts in front of which said sidewalks ructedIof Public Works of said and sub ject to the approval of said Board of Public Works hit should be found ty said Board 01 Public Works that any part cf said improvements docs not nnfoim to said ppeciflrations or to this ordinance or that any ma materials so furnished are not of tile ind or quality required by such speci Qcations said City Council reserves the right to require the contractor to have thp same completed in the man ner specified by some other person at the cost and expense of such con tree tor Saction 3 The contract for constructing said sidewalks will lie award d to the lowest and best bidder after proper advertisement for bids and the accepted bidder will be required to ex cut a bond with good and sufficient ureties to said city in a sum equal to the cost of the work performed undei this ordinance to bl approved by said Oitv Councils Finance Committee frthe faithful performance of his said contract and conditioned further that said sidewalks will be of such a grade of workmanship and such a quality of material as to remain in a subRtnttinl Iv good condition for a period of live years after their acceptance as aforesaid and further that he will indemnify said city against any and all loss sue tained by reason ot hindrance or delay In o abandonment of said work or negligenceor emplores in or about the prose cution ol said work Section 4 The City Clerk is ordered to advertise for sealed proposals fur constructing said sidewalks and fur fishing the materials iherefor which proposals must he accompanied by the names of at least two good and suffi dent sureties acceptable to said City Oouccil and said City Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids fo received and to advertise from time to time for other bids under the same terms anti conditions The contractor to whom the Loon tract for doing paid work may I e award ed horeunior must enter into awritten contract with said city in this form usual in sitj citv and must execute bond to sail city as herein above pro vided Section K When tire work is com plete in accordance with the contract and specifications the work shall be received by sail Citv Council upon recpiptof a certificate from the Board of Public Works stating that the work has leon iJona according to contract md specifications and said Board of Public Works shall apportion the cost of said improvement against the lots or grounds abutting or bordering the improvement and anvowners of the lots or grounds abutting or border jp the improvement desiring to settle in againstthemadoption oi the apportionment pay the amount SEWed against them to the City Treasurer who shall place the money in the Street Improvement thirtydaYBtionment the Treatnrer shall report to the Council the amount of cash receiv ed from whom and upon what lots it ic paid and the Council shall order tIll City Clerk to advertise Street Improve ment Bonds for sale to cover the un paid balance together with all expense attending the issue and sale of said bonds including the advertisement cost of printing bonds etc said honda to bear interest at the rate of six per cent per annum and when tho bonds relJzedStreet Improvement Fund andan order drawn against said Fund in favor of the cbnscroctorior the entire amount due him including interest at the rat ofsir per cent per annum frost the CityCouncilhim Section 6 That within thirty dayr after the advertisement for sale of salil Street Improvement Bonds it shall be the duty of the Mayor tofasuethe bond bytheeateouDona attached payable semi aneunlly at the rate of ate per cent per nnanmKiidLonds shall ttefeaHect Istakeddollarsdate provided however that said City jtaCityHfl baijiia at end of five years RUerd iQnl lEsqe that Coaficii may iird itt and said bonds shall be dated on the dnjr that th wjork was eemptet e l and acceded b ther Bo r4 of C MHV atI1eaeiifIncsaid bonds shall not be Bolt for leee than par and anrrmd iflteret The amount of bonds Issued for say one improvement shall be the RtBoant ot the nipnlrl assessments as shewn in the Boanl of Publin Works appwfetHe together with the coat ftiv KWg said bonds for mile pniatig MMt s graving said bonds and other qVXMes attending the IMMWC vftrn M4 total amount tttUd W 1Ii IUY b thfbe w ITT Stanlfer Soper As we must vacate the building We now oc cupy for repairs we will offer what I we have left of our entire stock at 1T2 PrIe=L and less We have over 2000 jfUre 0all kinds of mens womens boys fiSrlffisses Shoes in good condition We also feive 100 mens and boys Overcoats quite a lot of I mens heavy Underwear odd Trousers mens rL Corduroy Suits Negligee Shirts Top Flan i nel Shirts Neckwear Etc We hope to get our building repaired and be able to resume business with a new stock by November J Stanifer Soper Richmond Kentucky case the same is unoertaken under the provision of Section 3572 and the amendment thereto of the Kentucky Statutes the intersection of corner lots adjoining shall be added to the cost of improvement to be paid by the prop erty holders abutting the property im proved The assessment shall be made soon as the improvement is fully completed and tho sum assessed which shall include the cost of the intersec tion of corner lots aforesaid together with the cost attending the sale and issue of said bonds as aforesaid against each piece of property and also the owners thereof shall bo placpd upon the tax list of thin citv and shnll be payable at the office ol the City Treasurer in ten equal annual installments with interest at the ratp specified in said bonds urea the unpaid portion thereof and the said assessment shall be a Han upon all the lots parts of lots and parcels of land fronting abutting or bordering upon said apportionment The first installment together will interest on the whole amount at thp rate specified shall be payable at the first payment of taxes next succeeding the time the assessment is placed upon the tax list the Interest to be computed to the date that taxes ate duo and payable andthe other Install ments annually thereafter and alwayt Ht the time ol payment of the other city taxes with Merest on in tall menta not due at tire time until all install ments are paid The assessment ma be collected like other city taxes or the city mav at any time nfrer on- intahlmeutremains delinquent for SO days by suit in quityenforce its lien for all of the unpaid installments with interest thereon to date of satisfaction of same and its r8t expended Section 7 That Ml ordinances and parts ofntdmancfs in conflct herewith am hereby renealtd Section That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force born anti after its passage Adopted by a vote of 6 for and 0 against 2 absent this md day of Sept 1909 Approved OE WOOD Mayor Attest A B FA im Pity Clerk Ordinance Section 6 It shall be unlawful for any person firm corporation to fail 10 comply with the requirements ol nnv resolution directing them to lon struct reconstruct or repair any sidewalk gutter or curbing in Rill City upon which their property abuts tire cost of which does not exceed lire mu of 250 Any such perron firm or cor poratfon who shall within a reanona ble time after being duly notiCel fail to comply with the nquirenrniB of o resolution directing them to construct reconstruct or repair anv sidewaikK in said City upon which their property abuts the cost of which does not exceed two hundred and fifty dollar shall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor and fined the sum of tun dollars and every days delinquency shall be deemed a sepitraie offence Approved C E WOODS Mayor Attest A B FAUH City Clerk Sept 2 100D Ordinance Section 7 It shall he unlawful for any person or firm or corporation to construct reconstruct or repair any sidewalk abuttire or borderinc oitheir lot or lots of lanri in said City without first obiainitiv written permis aba from said Bnard Any imroon firm or corporation violating thl ordinance shall he fined not less limn tell dollars nor more than one hundred dollars Approved C F Worm Mayor ClerkSept Mrs W W Ralston Hopkinsville Kysays hI have been raising chickens for nearly fifty years and Bourbon Poultry Cure is tho most sat isfactory remedy I have ever used for chicken cholera and gapes I am ree ommodning it to myneighbors Sold by Perry and Thomas Curiosity In excavation for a sewer pipe in the creek just below Irvine street Mr G W Dearinger found an old hickory maul evidentlv hurried there when the city was founded Persons wno have examined it say it is at least 100 years old Only a small portion is remaining yet it is easy to tell for what it was use- dWhite Plymouth Rocks For Sale I have a few nice white Plymouth Rock Pullets and cockrels for sale O D Miller Richmond Ky Notice to TaxPayers Taxes are now due and we will be pleased if all will call and settle at once The penalty will be added as prescribed by law if taxes are not paid promptly There is no reason lor putting this off as taxes must be paid P B Broaddus S M C 8184t The indulgence in strenuous sports these days results in your linen necessitating washing more often Why not then send it to us where the wash- Ing ironing etc will have the least possible wear on the fabric Where only absolutely pure and noninjuri ous soaps etc ate used The life of a washable garment depends largely upon the care shown in the washing your garments and articles will last longer if sent here Normal City Laundry Hugh Tevis Manager a LOSING FLESH in summer can be prevented by taking SCOT FSE VII I SIGN Its as beneficial in summer as in winter If you are weak and run downitwill give you strengthand build you up Tk It In little ooU milk or water CetasBanbottleno All ru1 Public Sale I will expose to Public Sale on Saturday Sept 25 t09 at 2 oclock p m on the premises on Second Street Richmond Ky EIGHT LOTS These lots will front 20 feet on Second street between Main and Waterstreets rind have a depth of 105 feet They are among the most desirable sites in town either for business or residence purposes They will l e sold separately and then an a whole and the way way bringing the highest price will be accepted Terms made known on day ot sale For further particulars apply to John C Farley Exec Lone Tom Cheuault Auct 3s J G BOSLEY Physician and SurgeonO- ffice over Stnnifcr Sopers Rooms 2 and 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 290 Res Phone 210 TRITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC DtWAIIC Of IMITATION THE CZNUINC rntMHID ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Co BY IOUIO MO j Furs Hides Iron- I pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Vv Rags Etc If you cannot bring them write or Jtelephone and I will cjitl f M WIDESTELEPHONE S63 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY Our Bed Room Sets 1 ffiThevalues ever offered in this vicinity They are all superbly man ufactured irom the finest materials are of the latest design and we are positive will find merit in the mpst exacting critics eyel The prices are right terms easy and your credit is good T our easy payment planyou will Jikejit A dollar or twoI week Wl ao L O 11 1 O JI tjtL LIJ M t and HIGGINSHOME FiJRNi3j LRs w Hsdsittber lor towing MieMti Suppitt for all M ch5ni ijf1rr 1W I Jtc c kL j 1E r Women Suffermucli needless pain when they for their female troubles delay using Oardui relieve has been found to dizzinessthan relieveif used does more ten to say that it persistenUy many have writ TAKE CARD Lii It Will Help You Yrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla mites Cardui curedr doctors and everything else had failed r ha d brrmedeided to nu b C ever SInce r was 16 years old One II have now taken 5 bottles and I eansaythat t h- eordwas cure d advise a long and fair tL1 airsuffering women to give Cardul r But h- 011nsousnfferedyearLRavyourial Do you wish to Give it a fair AT ALL DRUG STORES r f3 ri THIS IS THE SEASON FOR r I W i 1egetai4esEr J- ej S at right prices C t Ii We receive fresh shipments Q tJJit caTi not be equaled S jlSEWELL McKINNEY 3- t GROeERS ii 4 7 4 Telephone 223 Y 4j La J ItW B Hdi n lime r y vi itid co erect a house store us btri or other buildings vijsvL bi glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First J B work guaranteed Get my estimate before mfIcing contracts for anything in the carpenters Inei J J JEFF STONERICHMOND KY TEXAS LANDS FOR SALE The eyes of the world are on Texas Wheat 20 to 4 ousels corn 30 to 50 bnshels oats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa that rvnder fulenricher of the soil 4 to 5 tons all the other crops g mvh ihtjentral Kentucky except hemp and tobacco This Und sells around the 20 notch We need more people niciVi horn huilders Remember the opportunities you io stt Nebraska and Oklahoma Write for full II lLrjAi S G PARRISHPLAiNVJEW TEXAS richestItuliy paid and nonassessable d I TWQuarters a IrII our new quarters in the i yiul tinjr and are better prepared Uivare for yoUr skins Bring us lis Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries 7 rabies in season r hurman Grocery Company t1t y 4If r t Telephonesv J ir iMBiiit ns nidein for your family as a city rosi- v jrrio tit pet the latest u arket quotations at i nili d by innans of our telephone eerviie which v ir f a mini that is small compared with the belle on 11rHII office or write direct to headquarters tI tHiuw fir inornifition reKardinp our special Farmers Line ti you arenot enjoin telephone service we l auilUmpdi tel MisSISSIPPIJTennessee Telephone Cot Incorporated 4Ge0MhiricheniiFormerly with J B Stouffer sMerchant Tailor t 1 parziie7tS over J E Sex oi1 Phone 173 i All Kinds ot iirressiiig Gleaning Repairing i Satisfaction Guaranteed rYour Patronage Solicited 1 dIS SFteral Designs Cut Flowers K PlantsPt Furnished on short notice Special attention to p designs for Funerals and Weddings IIPat Mchmond Greenhouses I EL PHONE WEST MAIN4 II 4 tt i4 IF uLifU5tttJupg1rotttoOPII1I 5teili N J JJ DU1 J 1 r J = T 7 The Richmond Climax MIUSMB ElERt WBIBbAMT THE CUMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Pteat and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor ol PRESS and PCBUSHERS RICE 100 PER YEAR UAIVANCE- WEDNESDAY SEPT 8 1909 ANNOUNCEMENT- I announce myself a candidate for the LcsrlslatuVe from Mmllson county subject to the action of the Democratic party LILIISRRINGT- ONWALL PAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of the Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns from 5cts a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnished for any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and arefully attended to See him if nis services are need ed The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best that because my Gas Range bakes evenly and my oven heats in seven minutes I find Gas cheaper than wood coal or sasoiinc Richmond Water Light Co Golde L Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT vaich will enable them to dr better vork than ever before hey have a largeassortment- f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call ind inspect their stock and cirk Satisfaction guaran j ed fioldell Flora With Zarings Patent Flour i good baker becomes even better And even an iuexperiencjed ne can Ret satisfactory refills vpm doesnt turn out good bfscuitp bread or cake dont blame liar at once It may he the flour Order a sack of Zarings Patent today oud note the results Its dollars to donehnuts sbo wilt do better with irJnK8Ptent Flour c0hof ConL ption Your docfor1wUIteU you that fresh airancf good food are the real cures for consumption But 6ften the cough is very ha iivBence we suggest that you as about l your taking JiWtJA Cherry r Pectoral It colitrolsilie tickling t qtutetsyhe cogh A Li tiauT formulAa- TTe biolih aleobel fraa oarmodiclan urge you to coniult your doctor One of Ayes Pills atbedtime will cause f etbtpeed flow of bile and a jkptlfc Jzxive effect the day following Formula au each boc Show iuo yow =t will fl4qPtaI M glaiw 1111 Itg q iLl t++++ II3 t3 r tJ i At Nicholasvlllo 185 ewes were sold at f3 17 each At last accounts this country had 20640000 horses and 21720000 mUch cows A lot of cornjnthe field was sold In perbarrelHarrison county man boasts of hiuling over four tons of hay In one loadThe United States produces more corn than all the rest of the world put together Robertson county farmers have a movement on foot to pool the 1910 crops of wool and lambs The total yield of wheat in Canada is said tQ be approximsely 45000000 bushels inexcess last years crop A Christian county men claims to have made an average of 56 bushels an sore on hI forty acre wheat crop J H Gillaspe of Stoops refused an offer of 1000 from a Missouri man for a two yearold horse by Bourbon Chief A grower atSalent Ohio has suc ceeded in propagating potato with out tops It yields large and is a jpendhi keeping variety One brood sow will bring you in as much clean money as the best cow on he farm but you must know how t keep feed andotherwIse deal with hat sow W L Petty and Younger Alexanler ire preparing to build another big tobacco warehou e at Lexington It is to be the largest storage warehouse in the city and costs f15 COO It is stated as usual this time of the that the Ibaiiksxiving turk 1 will be scare ai many of tl- wls have died from the wet weath son mysterious disease Mrsie F Tipjiin Scretary of J 011 i SU P HortlcuUnr tycfci the stsernt It that the pplcr tbt Uui ml Siatea fur tlieyeiir 10 il be twee as large as that d 1006 Ve rand tInt n Punnsvlvanlan so HIT of hen for 12 vhih heowi r 35 years and wiiijh hate been la uli that time Ttiat man is outi to the place of honor on the watt list of the Ananias Club Th SentinelDemocrat savs Mo omcry county tobacco crop this year Kgiegat 3750 tIre is of go iialJty and pf an estimate yields 5000 pounds per acre The Eing Enquirer says Th valence of pinkeye amongst th attle of this section is becomin Alarming One or two deaths havi esulted and we hae been told of t Leer having both eyeballs to burstI D C Araos of Oakland Ky in tbs saysumolaseis if my fine barred Plymouth rocl oostcrs which was afflicted with th liseasu a tablespoonful of sorghun molasses ewsry two or three hour tnd inn dayor two is was will 1 old my neighbors which they uses vith success I used sorghum but suppose any kind of molasses wouln lo Whatwas believed to te the oldes iors in West Virginia and possibl m the United States died last wee tt Middlebourne Tyler county It vas a mare ownel by John Riggle In 1873 the coat was foaled on Mr toggles farm and from that daysh vala member of the Riggle nmil loing up to the time of herdeath inds of vork demanded of her At ier death She was 36 years old anr it is believed that no horse in the State ever lived so long Of Interest To Many For indigestion and all stomacl troubles take Foleys Orino Laxative It gently stimulates the liver regn ates the bovels and positively cures habitual constipation and biliousness Clears the ccmplexion of pimolcs and botches and is especially recom mended for women and children IU it is mild pleasant and effective Srayed or Stolen From Joe Clieunnalts place on tie four mile road one sorrel mare nine or ten years old with star in forehead and small snip on nose Anv infnrma tion leading loher tocorory will b gratefully received by WT Gricgs or Mrs J M Garrett Ft Garrett Kj Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar sl2m as Predictive Prophecies and Their Fulfillment Ir REVAC DIXON DD Pillar of the Chicago Ay e Moo J Church Chicmco That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet Matt 122 In the Bible is the biography of a person written hundreds of years before he was born His name and the place of his birth over which he could have no control are named His character and his reception by the people are so accurately given by one of the prophets that his enemies have claimed that this chapter Isaiah 53 was inserted after his birth though It Is found in a translation of the scriptures made about 300 years before he was born The manner of his death even to the dividing of his garments among the soldiers the piercing of his body the kind of persons he would have as his companions in death all this and more are given without any attempt at double mean- Ing How can we account for it By simply accepting the claim that the God who moved men to write the book could see ahead and tell what was coming to pass and that he moved them to write what they as men could not possibly have known This Jesus whose biography was thus written by the prophets is him self a prophet and tells his disciples that certain things would come to pass while they could see no indica tions of their approach He said of Jerusalem The days shall come upon thee and compass thee round and keep thee in on every side and shall lay thee even with the ground and thy children within thee and they shall not leave in thee one stone above another because thou knowest not the time of thy visitation Luke 194344 Now has this been ful filled You have but to read Josephus and you will see that it was literally fulfilled when Titus the Roman gen eral laid siege to the city and utterly destroyed it While ancient Babylon was in her glory a prophet wrote her doom in these words Babylon the glory of the kingdoms the beauty of the Chal dess excellency shall be as when God overthrew Sodom and Gomorrah It shall never be Inhabited neither shall it be dwelt in from generation to gen eration neither shall the Arabian pitch his tent there neither shall the shepherd make his fold there but the wild beasts of the desert shall be there Is 131921 I will also make it a possession for the bittern and pools of water Is 1423 We have but to turn to any authentic book of travels to read the fulfillment of the prophecy The place is a desolation shunned even by the wander Ing Bedouin Owls hoot and wild beasts prowl among its ruins The marshy pools of water and the bit tern are there It is without Inhabitant and will remain so Nahum prophesied that Nineveh then in her glory should be destroyed by water and fire History confirms it by stating that after the swollen river had washed away a part of the wall the besiegers rushed through the breach and set the city on fire Tyre the queen of the seas the Liverpool of ancient times had her doom written for her while there were no signs of weaknessor decay God said through Ezekiel I will also scrape her dust from her and make her like the top of a rock Ezek 264 We know that Alexander the Great demolished old Tyre and with its ruins built a causeway half a mile long on which his soldiers might pass to new Tyre on the island and from that day to this her site has been like the top of a rock Of Tyre Ezekiel says again Thou shall be a place to spread nets upon thou shalt be built no more Ezefc 2614 That ic the prophecy Here is the history written by the infidel Volney The whole village qfTyre contains only fifty or sixty for families who live obscurely onthe produce of their little ground and a trifling fishery Bruce the traveler says thatTyre is like a rock whereon fishers dry their nets Of the Jews it was prophesied by Moses and Ezekiel that they should be scattered among the nations despised and persecuted and yet remain distinct Deut 2S64 Ezek 68 3619 We need not to be told that this prophecy has been fulfilled for we have the proof of It every day before us1he Jew of today is a stand- Ing miracle in proof of the inspira tion of the Bible Frederick the Great asked a learted man to give him in one sentence a good reason in favor of Christianity and his reply was The Jews your majesty No candid man it seems to me can read what the Bible says about these people and then trace its fulfillment In their history without being convinced that a foresight more than human wrote the book and a providence more than human has preserved them a distinct people A chair of Christian socialism has been established at Drew Theological seminary with Prof E L Earp at its head u The Model School OPENS Tcfay September 7 1909 f Wjtq a trong faculty in all Departments I J ii r In High School University trained teachers iexperienced in training joung people for college entrance a well equipped library exten sive laboratories for Science work new buildJj V y e ings well ventillate1patedand lighted ath letic field and gymaSsmm under care of Chicago University man Srthand Typewriting arid Bookkeeping by practical commercial teacher Primary and intermediate grades are under competent and experienced teachers the closest attention and most tho rough supervision J given to childoen placed in our care For terms and other information caUoILorad dress oS t r tit f t i l Model School k o r wx IIPMt ftItA IY iq tr HOW TO MAKE A WAGON JACK Illustration and Directions for Con structing One that Will Be Use ful to Any Farmer 1feetplank The standards are 22 Inches long fastened to a 2x4 which Is mor tised into the p I a nk between the standards The handle is about four feet tong A piece of 14 inch rod is bent so as to loop over the notches cut in the leVer When the handle Is holding a load this loop drops into one of the notches and holds it firm The handle will be found satisfactory if made of a strong sixinch board HANDY BERRYPICKING CRATE Two Baskets Each Containing Four Quart Boxes Can Be Made from FiveGallon Oil Can Two picking baskets each holding four quart boxes and having space In the center for culls can be made from one of the square fivegallon oil cans In which coal oil ds sold Cut the can in two through the center length wise punch a hole at each side and put in a wire for a handle After the four quart boxes are placed in the corners considerable space is left in the center Into which all small inferior berries can be put thus grad ing the fruit as picked After the boxes are lifted out the small fruit Is quickly poured into some recep tacle provided for it for use in mak ing Jam or to be sold as seconds SWEEP FOR HAULING IN HAY One Can Be Made of a Few Pieces of Lumber That Will Carry a Large Load to Stack Use one piece 4x4 lumber 12 feet long and six pieces of 2x4 7 feet long in making the sweep shown In the accompanying Illustration Five pf these 2x4 pieces should be sharpened at one end so as to slide through the hay They are fitted into places sawed into the piece of 4x4 about threefourths inch deep and 18 inches apart and there securely bolted The pieces of 2x4 should be fastened to the 4x1 about 5 feet from the pointed ends The other 2x4 should be nailed on behind as indicated The ends of the piece of 4x4 may bo rounded off so as to hold a rope without slipping off A large load may be brought to the stack in this way saving much time and labor- CULTURE OF THE CABBAGE Should Be Planted on New Ground to Avoid Maggot Pest How to SetOut Although It does not follow that planting on new ground will secure exemption from cabbage maggot at a4dhencethis crop as far as possible from any field infested the previous season The adult flies dp not travel far under normal conditions and if they find shel ter near their place of hatching are likely to hang around that place and they will accept any substitute wild plant rather than fly to distant points hunting for cultivated plants The farther the plants are grown from previously Infested areas the more apt they will be to remain free from attack as a rule and yet even In new ground especially near a woods or in a sheltered situation they sometimes become more or less Infest ed It Is probable that in such cases there are wild cruciferous plants in the neighborhood in which the insects have been breeding or sheltered in which the flies have hibernated and it further emphasizes that no matter where the crop is grown a close watch should be kept for the insect and when once noted active measures should be begun at once Likewise avoid planting such crops on ground infested the previous season and fol low such infested plots with some other cruciferous plants When cabbage and cauliflower plants are set out the soil should be tightly pressed around the stem of the plant at the surface and the soil itself should be pressed down smooth fiat and firmly The newly hatched g1tunderthe sun or falls victim to some of the prowling predatory insects continually on the lookout for food On heavy soils this in itself affords A largo measure of protection and plants en such soils are not soIimicli attacked On lighter sandy soils 4t will be less useful but Tvlll add to the difficulties of the maggot in establishing himself Make Permanent Improvements Every farmer shquld aim at per manent improvements There is no structural or building material equal to concrete for plasticity beauty and durability Furthermore It is exceed ingly cheap considering Its lasting qualities There is no end to the useful things for which it may be used Haul sand and gravel every spare day you can and during spare time of late summer and fall buy good cement and build something that like the pyra mids will stand for all time W fl Bolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting SecialAttention t- oRepairing Buggiest Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For rlrncu oho Are Unsurpassed r Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street New Method TeethExt without PAN L DrHobonRhiiM4trKy t LuY for Women Free There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative should be put Tablets and pills salts etc are usually violent purgatives or powerful onlyathoughtheyIlU1Ymove the bowels and If a gentle laxative will do It what Is the use of a violent oneDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin has earned a welldeserved vogue among women and mustnecessarily admittedly peopleThedruggistswomenInsucblikeentirelyupthethisisAlvaradoVairsWilliamsof that place writes the whole town seems to be using It If thb remedy Is new to you and you buyIngsendas below and a free test bottle will be sent saUsfactoryyou If there Is anything about your ailment that you dont wantIto the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service The address Is Dr W B bldgMonticello 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 your patronage guaranteeing first class work in every respect The people of Richmond and Madison county are familiar with my work such as paper hanging painting varnishing etc I shall take great pleasue in making estimates on auy work you may desire in this line no matter how small the j b eep splendid line of wish paper from which to select thauking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your future business I am Respectfully V L Leeds 141 Second St tf Richmond y If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your sale His charges are reasonable Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern tual Life In- sUrance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenault Atty 09if Richmond Ky Malison Ins ti tu t Richmond Ky fbs Ssiool os tb Sii Next Session Opens Sept 14 For Catalog Write J B Cassiday Richmond Kentucky B C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of ihe Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky Farley March are now selling HATS AT YOUR OWN PRIOE Come early and get big bargains It is always cheapest inthe long run to get the best We do the very best Concrete Work Give us your order and you will be well pleased andthoro- ly satisfied f R K Stone PQp44 LFor sart A No 1 carriage Jrgobd condltlofi practically newrfdr salc pAlso- a two seat whIch mij llk wlsr bo Uaugnt kfeutotfcfclm1 Mky beee- aat1lkdd t rJ 1hEcQ1 t ii1ii L Faded lrJIlJ IT GIVES THEBEST RESULTS LIGHTTRADE 9 lgr The SMITHSONIAN II CORRECTiRP r3S hio a J I And to the Lame and Back t You Must First the There Is no question about that at allfor the lame and aching back Is caused by a diseased con dition of the kidneys and bladder It is only common sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of tho Con dition And lame and achin are not by any means the only symptoms of derangement of the kidneys and bladder There are a multitude of wellknown and un mistakable indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and weariness nervous Irritability heart ir regularity nerves on edge sleeplessness and Inability to secure rest scalding sensation nndysodl rnent in the urine Inflammation of the bladder and passages etc DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritori ous remedy for any and all affec tions or diseased conditions of these organs These Pills operate directly and their beneficial results are at once felt They regulate purify and effectually heal and restore the kid neys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy condition even in some of the most advanced cases Use muss HOLtS IN ANY- POSITION We make FittingTrusses Perry and Thomas That Lame Back Means Kidney Disease Relieve Aching Relieve Kidneys promptlyand a E C DeWitt Co Chicago want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they are afflicted whit kidney and blad der diseases to ct onco write them and a trial box of these Pills will be sent freo by return mail postpaid IForSale by All Druggists Going to Any Lumber Sash Doors Laths Paint Rubber or Felt Roofing PLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE Better come direct to Todd Lackey 4 Corner Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky I Field Garden SEEIWe I I I Field and Garden Seed and invite those who are contemplating sowing grass to I call and examine our line and get prices I before making a purchase Our line of t IG R O scatii I ESJwas over mora complete than now t I J IIplt e and S onr f Telephone 35 t f The TihtonBuJgy Break Cart and Speed Sulkies Take pleasure in referinu you to the following uptodate business men of tins like comfort and dnrabilty of the Houghton Line P H Bald of Louisville yt who of the larpesf dealers of hl vehicles writes I handle most all bialiclaas buggies but I consider the Houghton by far the bosttGoodman Bror Co ofSiiolbyaythatthe Rouehton Buggy is superior to the Columbus Mpyer or KauTmaf We do not believe that the Honghton can be surpassed J H McKee Liveryman Shelbyj Hie y writes I have in my livery the Moyer Curtis Reid Houghton I am frank to place the IIQugbtohthe leader and dot believes b tt r buggy can btl built Quality and not pounds makes vehicles durable comfortable 4 and stylish OonRRtt any orlhe following home users of the HouRhton who ore youf finest bnsiness men and in perfect accord with the abovp testimonials Armer Hisle Richmond Geo P Simmons Richmond I N todd BrawSeld Joe Mason Whites Station Joe Oldbam JrBlchmond Goodloe Curtis Richmond S E Royce White Hall Al Cornelison Bichmond Henry Rayburn Richmond Joe Azbill Liveryman Richmond Thos Elllsou Red HoBise Every owner of a HoBgfatoB will tell you they are by far the best The Ho fatonli is tb only line that 1only tho finest material and doOtlJ not milk the eoetof IMtChacenfidflatiou Th HoehtornbIki e thkeCwt in the world ihaT fteH81INdy Jot yorInee4Ion PIece yonr order early d IL OLYER f 8 7c 7 S= Zc Ii T- TrnnL r- c 9 s 1 3 ktc yJ yr jW r4 4 4 r- Ja ati f est 5 of a ft it Di1 4 rnact ht GU oI 0 idttsfe E Mii b4 f eIj I Q nar1 eto I f1 niIS 3 6 X1 Yli iaINr he 0 enif iTg Itxce 0iS r ui tq Oldest and in Ky1rrie Work B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them on an absolute of Always Testifies Alter FourYears Burhamsentirelycured emedyIymptombagainpleased symptomsand willdoThe Falmouth Outlook says the present tobacco crop in Pendleton county taken asa whole is a good one and the largest in the history of the county Fred Diotz a Pendleton county fruitgrower living near Mt Auburn shipped 125 bushels of Damson plums besides a lot of peaches a few days ago Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear not to Shrink or Fade bO years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New S- tyleHats and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods JkEL StoufferEstablished Clothing Tailoring House Richmond guarantee satisfaction Prices Lowest Guaranteed A Common Error- Many pcopls delude themselves b saying hItwill wear away when they notice symptoms of kidney and mlstakcTakestop the drain on the vitality It cures backache iheumatism kidney and bladder trouble and makes every urinarytrouble llrightsdisease A firm of Illinois farmers sold fortytwo steers averaging 1425 pounds at 080 per cwt at home bringing in V6 90 perhead They es timate that the pigs following these cattle made seventyfive pounds of pork per steer at 6 34 cents 500 Total returns per steer f10190 r r Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the CitizensNational Lii ljI I Lefe1tAjInsurance i 7 g1tCbelievingvi fortove paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting I subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts of subscriptions for eachweek4 j FIRST WEEK AUGUST 2 Y tIo696oo0TOTAL SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9 t 20024000TOTAL THIRD WEEK AUGUST 16 345OOOooTOTAL FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 2- 34646OooTOTAL FIFTH WEEK AUGUST 30 6O 70000TOTAL SIXTH WEEK SEPT 6 73822OOO IF YOU Ap INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON W H GREGORY LOUISVILLE KY Richmond Ky Climax INSURANCE COMPANY Please send me fullInforrnatjongs to the CITIZENS TIONALLFE I NAM1 JADDREGS i jli tM q j r f tJ ll ls 4 The Christ That Is 1To Come BrREVACDlXOMDD Pulor of the Chicago AYe Mood Church Chicago CtSalth the Lord who is to come flov 1R In tho first chapter of Revela tion wa see With John a vision of tho Christ who was and is It is the Christ that was who washed us In his own blood It is the Christ that is who with his head of wisdom his searching eyes of flame and his feet of burning brass walks now among the golden candlesticks which are the seven church and holds in his hand the seven stars which are the messen gers of the seven church In tho second and third chapters we see this everpresent Christ in the midst of his churches and we see the relations that they bear to him It is a very Imperfect state of affairs and in some respects grows worse and worse to the end In the fourth and fifth chapters we get a glimpse Into heaven and behold ideal conditions such as will exist in heaven and on earth during the mil lennial reign We see the Christ that is to come the samo yesterday today and forever but revealing him self more fully as the ages go by John says a door was opened in heaven and he was invited to enter There he heard and saw things which shall be hereafter First of all he saw a throne and on it a being whose glorious appearance was like a Jasper and a sardine stone The Jasper as we know It In geology today is of an opaque green color but we are told in another chapter that what Is meant by the Jasper III Revelation was clear as crystal The sardine stone is of fiery red color The two together give us a symbol of Gods holiness und righteousness Holiness means What he is and right eousness means what ho does In character he is clear as crystal and in his dealings with all beings in heaven earth and hell his righteousness is like the red sardine stone which glows in its fiery purity against all sin But round about the throne is a rainbow of emeral green The rainbow Is the symbol of promise After the flood it was a token that God would no more destroy the world with a flood And here it is a token that the crystal clearness of Gods holiness and the fiery splendor of his righteousness arc encircled by his benevolence Emerald green is the mild soft restful kind color of nature A gentleman told me last week that since his eyes became weak and irritated he had many times thanked God that ho made so many things green for he could scarcely bear any other color We have here the picture of God enthroned as creator in the material world as is plain from the last verse in the chapter For thou hast created all things and for thy pleasure they are and were created God in nature is holy in himself and righteous in his dealings while ho is also benevolent and gracious His laws are inexorable but his heart is loving and kind Sin has come into this natural world and brought with it disorder suffering and death Sin is rebellion and anarchy But God is benevolent loving and kind in the midst of all the wrecks sin has made and in the ideal coming age he will destroy or subdue all sin so that the glory of his boll ness and righteousness encircled by his love will fill us with praise and never with dread In this coming ideal age those who worship the enthroned God will be themselves enthroned robed and crowned Round about the throne wore four and twenty thrones and upon the thrones I saw four and twen ty elders sitting clothed In white rai went and they had on their heads crowns of gold It is thought that the four and twenty elders are the 12 patriarchs of the old dispensation and the 12 apostles of the new who really represent all the glorified saints They are reigning with God All defeats are in the past Perpetual victory is their experience now They kneel upon their thrones and worship God enthroned upon his throne Indeed all who truly worship God enthroned will be themselves enthroned God gives power to those who worship him Men become like the object of their worship and in all pagen lands their idols are only the projection of their own evil selves Their worship Is largely selfworship and therefore develops their self hood which Is essentially selfish But those who worship God enthroned in holiness and benevolence will be come Idngly in their holiness and be nevolenceIt divine way to rule with the human The powers that be are or dained of God and when government becomes unjust and oppressive it is in revolt against God lIe would rule the world through righteous rulers In the world of literature God rules through the men who subject their thrones to his throne In the world of art be It usic poetry painting architecture or statuary God has made kings out of the men who were willing to kneel upon their thrones and worship him In the world of science some who ignored God have held sway for a while but their usurpation was short It pfi llDlN MAKE FARM HOMES TASTEFUL Practical Suggestions for Beautifying Country Residences In Any Locality Farming differs from every other sort 6f business in this that tho farm is not merely a factory and a place of business but It is the home of the family writes Prof F A Waugh of the Massachusetts Agricultural Col lege in Orange Judd Farmer The Importance of the farm as tho home establishment is much greater than its Itnportance as a place of business and this makes it imperative that the place should be supplied with every available comfort and made attractlvo with every sort of beauty which sub stantial good taste can suggest The ordinary schemes of landscape gardening are not very suitable to this common farm This is largely because the ambitious landscape garden ers do not sufficiently consider the use of the farm as a factory and A place of business The best that can bo done in most cases Is for the farm er his Wife and other advisers to do velop the grounds to the best of their own judgment and in the light of ac tual requirements A few suggestions from the standpoint of a landscape Suggestions for a Farmyard gardener who Is at the same time himself a farmer may be of some assistance in this direction Simplicity is the keynote of good taste in everything Therefore let the design of the farm grounds he very simple Do not try anything elaborate Do not mike the place look citified Have a good lawn Nothing is more tasteful and satisfactory than good clean green grass Even if the lawn is not very large and not elaborately graded it will still be the most attsac tive part of the place Have a few good trees Nothing Is more attrac tive about a farmhouse with the possible exception of lawn grass than large dignified noble trees For shrubs and other ornamental plants use native species The com mon native shrubs and plants are among the best of all oranmentl ma tennis If flower beds are desired put them at the side or rear of the house pre ferably In connection with the vegetable garden Flower beds are usu ally a nuisance on the front lawn and nearly always Inappropriate about a farmyardKeep front yard separate from the back yard Everyone will readily remember a great many farms where this simple injunction is highly disregarded It is not unusual to find a milk wagon or a chicken coop or hay rack left in the front yard of a farm house Such things do not belong thereHave some space about the house so arranged that It can be used for living and playing We do not live out of doors as much in thiscountry- as we ought to This statement ap plies even to farm families A suit ably built open porch paved court or clean grass plat makes a delightful place for serving meals Very often it is pleasanter to eat out of doors than in the house and if definite plans are made this Is much easier than might be upposed There should also be room in the garden for playing croquet a secluded and shady spot where one can sit down to read or sew and if the women of the house wish to give a party on the lawn there should be every opportunity fort Keep the place clean and tidy This is final evidence of good taste and an absolutely necessary condition in ev ery circumstance Value of Manure Keep hauling manure out on the land as fast as it is made It is of as much value to put it on the plowed ground as it is to plow It under Har rowed well Into the surface it not only furnishes ready plant food but serves as a mulch for holding moisture in dry weather It may bo scattered on corn ground to advantage all through the corn growing season as long as the wagon can be hauled down the corn rows Cultivation will spread it and mix it with the soil and rains will dissolve out the richness and carry into the roots of the corn Rural Telephone a Success The rural telephone has come to be a practical farm utility often paying for Itself ten times over in one year Man has long been trying to over come time and space and he has practically accomplished tho result by the uso of the telephone Life In the country is not so slow with a tele phope in your house and in tho house of every neighbor I Harvest Season is here and when in need of a machine dont forget that we handle the peefing Builders and Mowers t i Jf 1 the machine noted fbr its light draft and durabilityI odloeCuisciXfea f1 L 0 i L 44 J IJ2 Round Trip To LOUISVILLE I Sunday September 19 Louisville fi Nashville R IL Special Train Leaves Richmond 6 a m arrives Louisville 1045 Leaves Louisville 6 p m returning Base Ball Game Louisville vs Minneapolis Two Games Beautiful Parks and River Rides- J W HAMILTON AGENT L N R R River Work It will require an additional 1 000 XXTto carry out the work on the Cum betinnd River that is proposed ly CJU gressman Edwards anti 1000 000 end for the North and Middle Forks ot the Kentucky River That Congreat man Edwards willpet a giod slice I this money to continue the work onto the next Congress we are certain and he says that he will do all he cat to continue the work and get the ap propriation for the Cumberland rivel sure There are two locks under con structiqii in the Kentucky river now that will soon matte nnvngntion poss ble up to Realty ville The site for hi oufcs ou both South anti Middle Fork of the Kentucky river have been our veyetli and these rivers can be mad navaable up to Owsley Clay P jir add Leslie counies Tins is the rich est coal country in Kiirucky Anotljt loci and Jam in either of the Soul or Middle Forks f the Kentucky rivn will put the slitck water to the rick coal veins and there can plenty of coal mines right out of the river banks Bcattyille Enterprise Red Cross Stamps The Red Coss Society which last year sold Over thirty million Christmas stamps most of the prOceeds of which were used to stamp out tuberculosis will have fifty million printed this year aiid hopes to dispose of them Wolves In Kentucky Several coyotes have appeared in the Tilton neighborhood in Fleming sounty reports the Gazstte The animals have been in the vicinity of Locust for several years and came from a pair of pot coyotes brought there by one ot the residents In the pist year or so several of the wolves have been killed and several of the pups were capured They are very shy however and itis difficult to get within gun shot of them PUBLIC SALE and Renting I will offer for sale on Wednesday Sept 22 1S09 at 10 oclock m at my farm 5J miles Irons Richmond on Big Hill pike Two brood mares and mule colts and both mares in foal again brood mar Had horse colt and mare in foal again saddle mare in foal gray snare family horse 9 years old work horse 9 years oM 1 mare 5 yeas olrf I mare 4 years old 1 yearo1d filly 1 mare mule 7 years old 1 horse mule 7 years ol 1O head of steers 1 heifer 1 milch cow SO head of eheep31nmbR 16 hog 2 straw ricks 4 turning plows 1 cutting harrow TnoothinK harrow wheat drill con pliter mowing machine I Deeriap pi let hay rake 2 riding ciiliivntcm J double shoves 1 two horse wago et of plow tinniest roller 2 saddles bnirpy carriage ami other things too numerous to mention At same time and place I will rent mv farm fur the balance of the year 1009 Iud the ypar 19 0 Farm con thins 246 acres 100 acres in cultivation to he put in wheat corn and tnbxtrn Possession plvfiii at once except the house and that January 1910 This farm IslCQdtrel in one of the best neighborhoods in MacISs n county Bi miles trom on the Bitr Hill pike rural nitrite at door nice residence And all necessary out buildings good garden arid young orchard TERMSWill be made known on day if silij Any cue desiring 10 Pte lamar or for any information call on or write J B MnlJl eon Itlchtnoiid Ky Lucy B Sallee Richmond Ky Long Torn OhenauU Auctioneer Public Sole We will ofler for sale on Wednesday Sept 15ta 1009 at 10 oclock a m our farm con tmuiug- J92 82JOO Acres situated onehalf mile from Kingston Madison county Kentucky on the Kingston and Berea turnpike lmpmoveifarmslutz andinn high state of cultivation It1I well waterttf tV numerous springs sue pone There is about ICO acres in reImainderneighborhoods schoolhouqe f modern residence six rooms H1I1J1cfB sary outbuildings barn tool house chardThonJanuaryTEIlMSOno half of the purchase mlaJivIhs to bear interest nt tire tare of Alientil all the purchase money is iact- Anyopecleslnjngto see the larmor ItCoxltB PUke Kingston MRCox RW Boulwarc JD3 Rkh Ky t 7 t AmiiH ONE QUESTION ALWAYS ASKED Employer of Labor Wants to Know If Formation of Jaw Is Natural Ot Acquired TThcre is one question I always ask a man who wants a job remarked the business man who has to hire several hundred mcn for different positions each year The question I always ask them Is Do you smoke a pipe much Of course the answers are various Some of them smoke a pipe a great deal and others not at all Some smoke cigarettes alU ugh I seldom can get a man to admit It There seems to be a general guilty feeling when a man Is a cigarette smoker Some of them smoke cigars My business Is such that it makes very little difference to their availability to me no matter what they smoke Why do I ask about the pipe Well not that I have the least interest in their habits or that I have any prejudice one way or another in the mat nater The reason is that I want to know whether tho formation of their lower Jaws is natural or acquired- A man with a firm lower jaw is al ways a man of parts and of will I say always anyway most always If he does not smoke a pipe his square Jaw back near where It hinges on to tho upper one is natural If he is a pipe smoker the looks are deceiving and I haVe to judge his caliber some other way Pipe smokers always have strong muscles back on the face about the place a man stops when ho makes the first stroke downward in shaving These are the muscles that hold the Jaws together They often give a squarejawed effect to a man who hasnt any squarejaw characteristics My men think I ask funny questions but theres a reason REDUCE TARIFF ON BABIES Advice Given by Puck to New York Doctors Who Are Not Too Well Off Financially American Medicine says that the economic problems of the practicing physician are dally becoming more se rioas lad that 60 per cent of tho phy sicians in Now York are not earning 1500 a year It says there Is trouble somewhere and finds some of It speciallamThere or thereabouts we guess IF the main trouble Most families can afford a family doctor to tell them whats the matter and what to do but comparatively few families can af ford a doctor who must ask some other doctor what ails them and then call in a third or fourth to do something It is not that all the doctors may not be amply worth their fees but that the families have not got the money to divide among so many Fir teen hundred dollars is not an excessive doctors bill for eo simple an event as a new baby In a moderately welltodo New York family Edler ly people who are out of the habit of having babies can often afford such a theyhadwho are the ones who have the babies when there are any cant possibly pay dontatdeeplyare beyond their mdans But babies are tho beginning and businessTheypatients They should be welcomed not scared off We recommend the hablesTapsIt says omcerthat withtheOn the retirement from the penln ASecondYorktown stIrupfrom the battery guns as was cus thesoundingpressive ceremony has since been ob thelBritish Capital In Mexico AmerIca j figuressecond696238305 which is however only afew millions greater than the amount ITClltedhasbeenanyotherarecorcemnod goYernment Argentinebonds mazflianbondsExchange Modern Methods Instructthgsalesmanship as applied to the sassa thecllnchlng emiskedAnd ManFooiigLjke4oz for lyrepll WIWt TO OUT A CAR fit WEOFFERt Tobacco Stick 5099 IfAT475 rjC Y to Jf1P fr f aP CAttSH11 i 5 None charged at this price i ED BLANTON COMP1Y Telephone25J Near L A Depot d i 1 f Di8 l I I Contractors and Builders 1 IWilso l you contemplate building it will be to your advan lItage to see us I ir TODD SON 1 lroo AI 1TheBraceletsLocketster that will give mutual pleasure to both the recipient and the purchaser All spe ially priced for this occasion Your examination is respectfully solicited J L E LANEtbe 1 f D P Arrows Old Stand Main Streetalr The Burton Water System WWrk1For anwhereposes and for fire protection Cool water in summer winterTankIeneratedb730 DAYS TRIAL LouisWorldsfromthesestrongpersonalaccording to your requirements Write for full par ticulars 1CA BURTON k a5 WATER SUPPLV 41 COMPANY SU Kansas City rnItL Me The latrxt IKT ont cheap plant for ffrtnr writer urti- prcsstrenlwiya reliable 1 iimlxife Con be yc felt anti npcnitccl fblind runt jrnsoHne engird wind ntlllnmJ the latest i ml best rwncrnipr t ffarmsplaced nnri cnii bendaptrd loan plaice condition or position ierbeetIIlntestfor fireprotect your proper Get a Burton Sj lpni on ynn place nml irate With rn nil Jv comfortjt ofxi city home h cost Icslhjbt tho bon tt tieu This cut andlined Sold By 1T I t Richmond Motor S othpa4Incorporntd tdSaThU cut shows n well wlth iin dump JiL w 1t rkCHES1 11 Repeating Shotguns u OrdIUsibywithtliflprecedented i for outoryear sa5atrQ i11 su- ITIf TIOOT AJ 1 T Oldest and in K71 Carriage forks B M LACKEY Prop i Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them 01 an absolute ol Prices Always lowest Testifies After FourYears Burhamsentirelycured emedyIsymptoms symptomsand The Falmouth Outlook says the present tobacco crop in Pcndlcton county taken asa whole is a good one and the largest in the historyof the county Fred Dietz a Pendleton county fruitgrower living near Mt Auburn shipped 125 bushels of Damson plums besides a lot of peaches a few days ago Sterl ngfiClolhe- s ARE THE BEST i CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to tiWear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade tQ years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New S- tyleHats and Furnishing Goods Suit Caes Trunks Umbrellas etoat lowest prices for high class goods J B StoufferEstablished Clothing Tailoring House Richmond guarantee satisfaction againpleased willdo A Common Error Many peopla delude themselves by saying hIt willwear awnywhen they notice symptoms of kidney and mistakcjTakestop the drain on the vitality It cures backache iheumatism kidney and bladder trouble and makes every urinarytrouble Urightsdisease A soldofortytwo steers averaging 1425 pounds at 680 per cwt at home bringing in 6C 90 per head They es timate that the pigs following these cattle made seventyfive pounds of pork per steer at 6 34 cents 506 Total returns per steer 10196 r Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the ItlZensj1 National Life 1 Insurance Company Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock ve will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting I subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each weekv FIRST WEEK AUGUST 2 1O696oooTOTAL SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9 20024000TOTAL THIRD WEEK AUGUST J6 34500000TOTAL FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 23 46946000TOTAL FIFTH WEEK AUGUST 30 601 7OOOOTOTAL SIXTH WEEK SEPT 6 7 3 82 2 0 U 0 IF YOU AHE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUBON W II OIiglLOTJISVILLE1XY INSURANCE COMPANY Please send me ful11fer1ou to thi CITIZENS NATIONAL IlFli oIAZI w 4JD l r 1 Ij f i 4 0 Il d 1i s it- I The Christ That Is To Come ByREYACDIXONDD- PaN lor of the Chicago Aye tMoocls Church Chicro 4uwua4Salth the Lord who is to come nev 18 In tho first chapter of Revel tion we see with John a vision of the Christ who was and Is It is the Christ that was who washed ua in his own blood It Is the Christ that is who with his head of wisdom his searching eyes of flame and his feet of burning brass walks now among the golden candlesticks which are the seven church and holds In his hand the seven stars which are the messen gers of the seven church In the second and third chapters we see this everpresent Christ in the midst of his churches and we see the relations that they bear to him It Is a very Imperfect state of affairs and in some respects grows worse and worse to the end In the fourth and fifth chapters we get a glimpse into fceaven and behold Ideal conditions such as will exist in heaven and on earth during the mil lennial We see the Christ that tojdayself more fully as the ages go by John says a door was opened in heaven and he was Invited to enter There he heard and caw things whleI shall be hereafter First of all he saw a throne and on it a being whose glorious appearance was like a Jasper and a sardine stone The jasper as we know it In geology today is of an opaque green color but we are told In another chapter that what Is meant by the jasper In Revelation was clear as crystal The sardine stone Is of flery ted color The two together give us a symbol of Gods holiness nnd righteousness Holiness means what he is and right eousness means what ho does In character he is clear as crystal and in his dealings with all beings in heaven earth and hell his righteousness is like the red sardino stone which glows In its fiery purity against all sin But round about the throne Is a rainbow of omcml green The rainbow is the symbol of promise After the flood it was a token that God would no more destroy the world with a flood And here it is a token that the crys tal clearness of Gods holiness and the fiery splendor of his righteousness are encircled by his benevolence Emerald green Is the mild soft restful kind color or nature A gentleman told me last week that sinco his eyes became weak and irritated ho had many times thanked God that he made so many things green for he could scarcely boar any other color We have here the picture of God enthroned as creator in the material world as is plain from the last verse in the chapter For thou hast created all things and for thy pleasure they are and were created God in nature is holy in himself and right eous in his dealings while he Is also benevolent and gracious His laws are inexorable but his heart is loving and kind Sin has come Into this natural world and brought with it disorder suffering and death Sin is rebellion and anarchy But God Is benevolent loving and kind In the midst of all the wrecks sin has made and in the Ideal coming age he will destroy or subdue all sin so that the glory of his hall ness and righteousness encircled by his love will fill us with praise and never with dread In this coming ideal age those who worship the enthroned God will be themselves enthroned robed and crowned Round about the throne were four and twenty thrones and upon the thrones I saw four and twen ty elders sitting clothed In white rat ment and they had on their heads crowns of gold It Is thought that the four and twenty elders are the 13 patriarchs of the old dispensation and the 12 apostles of the new who really represent all the glorified saints They are reigning with God All defeats are in the past Perpetual victory is their experience now They kneel Upon their thrones and worship God enthroned upon his throne Indeed all who truly worship God enthroned will be them selves enthroned God gives power to those who worship him Men become like the object of their worship and in all pagen lands their Idols are only the projection of their own evil selves Their worship Is largely selfworship and therefore develops their self hood which In essentially selfish nut those who worship God enthroned in holiness and benevolence will become kingly in their holiness and benevolence It Is the divine way to rule with the human The powers that be are ordained of God and when government becomes unjust and oppressive wouldrolerulers In the world of literature God rules through the men who subject their thrones to his throne In the world of art bo It iuslc poetry painting architecture or statuary God has made kings out of the men who were willing to kneel upon their thrones and worship him In the world of science some who ignored God have held sway for a while but their usurpation was short U MAKE FARMHOMESTASTEFUL- Practical Suggestions for Beautifying Country Residences In Any locality Panning differs from every other sort business In this that tho farm Is not merely a factory and a place of business but It Is the home of the family writes Prof F A Waugh of the Massachusetts Agricultural College In Orange Judd Farmer The Importance of the farm as tho home eatabllshment la much greater than Its importance as a place of business and this makes it Imperative that the place should be supplied with every available comfort and made attractive with every sort of beauty which substantial good taste can suggest The ordinary schemes of landscape gardening are not very suitable to the common farm This Is largely because the ambitious landscape gardeners do not sufficiently consider thQ use bf the farm as a factory and A place of business The best that can bo done in most eases is for the farm er his wife and other advisers to de velop the grounds to the best of their own judgment and in the light of ac tual requirements A few suggestions from the standpoint of a landscape Suggestions for a Farmyard gardener who Is at the same time himself a farmer may be of some assistance in this direction Simplicity Is the keynote of good taste in everything Therefore Set the design of the farm grounds be very simple Do not try anything elaborate Do not make the place look citified Have a good lawn Nothing is more tasteful and satisfactory than good clean green grass Even If the lawn is not very large and not eleborately graded It will still be the most attsac tlve part of the place Have a few good trees Nothing is more attrac Uve about a farmhouse with the possible exception of lawn grass than large dignified noble trees For shrubs and other ornamental plants use native species The common native shrubs and plants are among the best of all oranmentl ma terialsIf beds are desired put them at the side or rear of the house preferably In connection with the vegetable garden Flower beds are usu ally a nuisance on the front lawn and nearly always inappropriate about a farmyardKeep front yard separate from the back yard Everyone will readily remember a great many farms where this simple injunction is highly disregarded It is not unusual to find a milk wagon or a chicken coop or hay rack left in the front yard of a farm house Such things do not belong thereHave some space about the house so arranged that It can be used for living and playing We do not live out of doors as much in this country as we ought to This statement ap plies even to farm families A suit ably built open porch paved court or clean grass plat makes a delightful place for serving meals Very often it is pleasanter to eat out of doors than In the house and If definite plans are made this is much easier than might be upposed There should also be room in the garden for playing croquet a secluded and shady spot where one can sit down to read or sew and If the women of the house wish to give a party on the lawn there should be every opportunity for It Keep the place clean and tidy This Is final evidence of good taste and an absolutely necessary condition in ev ery circumstance Value of Manure Keep hauling manure out on the land as fast ps it is made It Is of as much value to put It on the plowed ground as it Is to plow it under Harrowed well Into the surface it not only furnishes ready plant food but serves as a mulch for holding moisture In dry weather It may be scattered on corn ground to advantage all through the corn growing season as long as the wagon can be hauled down the corn rows Cultivation will spread and mix It with the soil and rains will dissolve out the richness and carry into the roots of the corn Rural Telephone a Success The rural telephone has come to be a practical farm utility often paying fOI itself ten times over In one year Man has long been trying to over come timo and space and he has prac tically accomplished tho result by the ust of tho telephone Life in the country is not so slow with a tele phone in your house and in tho house of every neighbor i Harvest Season is here rand when in need of machine dont forget that we handle the J peering Binders I and Mowers r 4 cE v v the iriachine noted ofip lIght draftand durability lj iII loB I Cufis TH ci 0 1 j u- n 0 I r o r I f- iI 52 Round Trip To LOUISVILLE Sunday September 19 Louisville 6 Nashville R R I Special Train leaves KioUmond 6 a fllq arrives Louisville 1045 Leaves Louisville 6 p m returning Base Ball Game Louisville vs Minneapolis Two Games- BeauttlulParksand River Rides J W HAMILTON AGENT L N R R River Work It will require an additional 1 000 OOffto carry out the work on the Cum berland River that is proposed by Cu grossman Edwards and ftOOOOOOeacl for the North and Middle Forks oi the Kentucky Siver That Congreait man Edwards will pet a this money to continue the work on of tbe next Congress we are certain and be says that be will do nil be car to continue the work and get the ap propriation for the Cumberland rivei sure There are two locks under con struction in tbe Kentucky river now that will soon mate navngation POSS- Ible upto Reaityvllle The site for In OCRS on both South and Jiliddle Fork of the Kentucky river have been surveyed and these rivers can be mad navagable up to Owslty May P jir ana Leslie counies This is the ncn tat coal country in Kinucky AnCltl lock and dxm in either of the Soul or Middle Forks cf the Kentucky riv will put the slitck water to the rick coal veins and there can plenty of coal mines rightout of the river banks Bcattyillo Enterprise Red Cross StampsjThe Red Coes year sold bver thirty million ChriBlmas stamps most of the proceeds of which were used to stamp out tuberculosis will have fifty million printed this year and hopes to dispose of them Wolves In Kentucky Several coyotes have appeared in the Tilton neighborhood in Fleming ounty reports the Gazette The animate have been in the vicinity of Locust for several years and came from a pair of put coyotes brought there by one of the residents In the pst year or so several of the wolves have been killed and several of the pups were captured They are very shy however and it is difficult to get within gun shot of them PUBLIC SALE and Renting I will offer for sale on Wednesday Sept 22 1909 at 10 oclock a m at my farm 5j miles how Richmond on Big Hill pike Two brood mares and mule colts and both mares in foal again I brood mar and horse colt and mare in foal again saddle maw in foal gray mare fam ilv horse 9 years old work horse 0 years old 1 more 5 yeais W I mare 4 years old 12yearold filly 1 mare mule 7 years old 1 horse mule 7 yeari ole 20 heal of steers 1 heifer 1 milch cow SO head of Bheep3InrnbR 10 hogs 2 straw ricks 4 turning plows 1 cutting harrow vnooUiinjr harrow wheat drill curl ptiter mowing machine I Deeriajr bi Tar tiny rake 2 riding ciiliiviuon j double sliovns 1 two horse wage st of plow hariiHS ml ler 2 saddles buggy carriage and other things too numerous to mention At same time and place I will rent mv farm fur the hnlanre of the year 1909 pod the ypar 19 0 Farm con talus 246 acres 100 acres in cultivation to t 4 put in wheat corn and to bit ro Possession given at once except the house and that January 191- 0Thistarm is located in one of the bwt ntolsb orhllls in MaOis n county SJ miles Ironi Richmond uu the mil Hill pike rural n ntp at door nice residence mid nil necetsary out buildings good garden mid young orthard TERMSWill be made known on day uf salo Any OLO desiring to arm or for any information call on cir write J 0 Ornelison Richmond Ky Lucy B Sallee Richmond Ky Long Tom GhenanU Auctioneer Public Sole We will oulerfoisale oa VednesdaYtSept J5 1009 at 10 oclock a m our farm con taining- J92 82100 Acres situated onehalf mile from Kingston MadUon county Kentucky on the Kingston and Berca turnpike bestlu1provedfarms ing and in n high statf of cultivation It well watered i v numeinus springs alto pondr There is about HO acres grlss40 cres in meadow an i the re mainder in cultivation This farm ie located In one of the best neighbor hoods in Madison county one half choolliollemodern residence siXrOOm41RlIl1efll eary outbuildings blUM toot house good garden and Yontijsoleliard Tbo right lor tail seeding will bu giver M1JnuRryTERMSOne half of tIre purehiw nriiw will be whe pow oUiriveu The reminder in 12 and iil atl8 to bear interest at the tare of Alieniii all the purchase UIneyla a AnyonefJeMrinjEtos thfi inn or RcH 1rkHJ Kingston r o j nFfR V8oLiwN p Weie- 1 41 tK Iic ONE QUESTION ALWAYS ASKED Employer of Labor Wants to Know If Formation of Jaw Is Natural Or Acquired There Is one question I always ask man who wants a sob remarked he business man who has to hire several hundred men for different positions each year The question I always ask them Is Do you smoke a pipe much Of course the answers are various Some of them smoke a pipe a great deal and others not at all Some smoke cig arettes although I seldom can get a man to admit It There seems to be a general guilty feeling when a man Is a cigarette smoker Some of them smoke cigars My business is such that it makes very little difference to their availability to me no matter what they smoke Why do I ask about the pipe Well not that I have the least interest In their habits or that I have any prejudice one way or another in the mat nater The reason is that I want to know whether the formation of their lower Jaws is natural or acquired- A man with a firm lower Jaw is always a man of parts and of will I say always anyway most always If does not smoke a pipe his square aw back near where it hinges on to tho upper one is natural If he is a pipe smoker the looks are deceiving and I haVe to Judge his caliber some other way Pipe smokers always have strong muscles back on the face about the place a man stops when ho makes the first stroke downward in shaving These are the muscles that laId the Jaws together They often give a squareJawed effect to a man who hasnt any squareJaw characteristics My men think I ask funny questions but theres a reason REDUCE TARIFF ON BABIES Advice Given by Puck to New York Doctors Who Are Not Too Well Off Financially American Medicine says that the economic problems of the practicing physician are dally becoming more se rloHs lad that 60 per cent of the phy sicians In Now York are not earning 1500 a year It says there Is trou blo somewhere and finds some of it specialIsmThere or thereabouts we guess It the main trouble Most families can afford a family doctor to tell them whats the matter and what to do but comparatively few families can afford a doctor who must ask some other doctor what alls them and then call in a third or fourth to do something It Is not that all the doctors may not be amply worth their fees but that the families have not got the money to divide among so many Fifteen hundred dollars is not an exces sive doctors bill for so simple an event as a new baby in a moderately welltodo New York family Edler ly people who are out of the habit of having babies can often afford such a theyhadwho are the ones who have the babies payforof course but as a rule they pay more than they can afford and havo it deep ly impressed upon them that babies are beyond their moans But babies are the beginning and mainstay of the doctors business They mean fees at the start and then patients They should be welcomed not seared off We recommend the babiesOrigin of Sounding Taps saysJohntapsoverthe AOnASecondYorktown sUrupfrom the battery guns as was cus thesounding observedsrviceswashinonLetter Mexicoot Amer interestedbeing6iJG2ZS30 amountlayestedvested ia Mexiee IMM sot been iwrtic jlarly rem neratlve In fact It has anyotherareeoncerned gOTernmentki than the auMHml ia Arg tlne antleba4zacheMdrn fctotSodc inetructhlcsalesmanship M apptfei to the MMM thetUnchiDgarpt thkrthatUilttonetC 0I fO CLOSE OUT A CAR WE OFFER I 1 5lflO n TO aGGnSticKS Iti tt AT 7r i tI 1 47S F JJI atF1d iI IW t Tit t C JTS HV if t1 None charged at this pride f ED BLANTON COMhc- Te1pbone5 r NearLADePOt r i j I TODD I SON 4 L Contractors and Builders tl t Pi 1 Will furnish plans and complete any fab eor Business house you may desire Aliwork guaran seed to be the best that skIlled labor can pr duce J Also make a specialty of repair work of alt kinds If I I you contemplate building it will be tq your advan I tage to see us l TODDSOtsJ 34 4 + The sekction of the graduation gift for the Sweet G iIGraduate can best be made here We have a splendid as sortment of small Gold Jewelry Watches Chains Bracelets Lockets NecklacesAll of the very best and of the charac ter that will give mutual pleasure to both the recipient and the purchase All specially priced for this occasion Your examination is respectfully solicited Afq 6y L E LANE ibeI D P Armeis Old StandMain Street I ale i The Burton Water System Water Works For Country Homes By our Pneumatic Water System water Is forced any purposeswinterTankgeneratedby30JDAYS TRIAL LouisWorljs fromthesestrongpersonal particulara C A BURTON WATERSUPLw nKan3aSCityMe 1 1 The latent Jvrt und chcnpi plant for stnilnjr water u- rpresatrcnlwiys reliable eiami safe Cnn be taut in bv y veil nod operated by hand mote rxuohIne cngIiewiridnIllt I the ln est pm4 bwt uncr Url ffanumplaces nnrt cnn be ntlaptrd to an place condition or position verbbestitlntestprunerGetplace and have Wttlui run nil comforts of n city home h cost sllcht the ben ta tca j IThis cut andlinaC F I S ioRichmoM Motor Si Incoomtc1J4t a Thlscut shows nwcllwijii kandpump ua- rrNCIfES111 ShotpasBNDORSED UIbywkthuUflptscednt4 f tJofthefimeicl Iftlfll rHAU IiOOTU It j1vki11 i 4jLi ETT i I J211 111U rI a u I S Spring I I iigsBruss J 9x 12 Axminster Best asJI sortmenfc ever brought Ito I city See them before you pur I chasetJ BENNETT and HIGGINS Furniture and Undertaking I Telephones 73 Main Street I p p a ppp p sap pe e S 4 THINK ABOUT THIS CAN matters yen afford to delay OF nation what avail is procaati bestin a tew weeks AT prices will be higher LET u8thereror have order now GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly- Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico- We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that our a is a little better than you have been ettll1 elsewhere and possiblyless Full Weight or Coal Forfeited B IL Luxon Bro Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar si 2m Prompt delivery perfect work reasonable prices The Rich mend Steam Laundry Insures aU these Phone 52 tL Lost In Richmond bunch of keys with my name on ring Reward for return E T Uurniun 08tl Found Bunch of keys on SummitS street biine1 of 12 keys Owner can get Batno by calling at The Climax office ancLpaying for this notice It Strayed Fihim my farm on August 15 H 3 bul bay hiorot mule about 16 hands hiBhJJrRewaiJ offered 1 C F Park- Richmondl Ky 2t M Route S 11 Tw HarmsFor Rent or Sale NearR il Honsejjood improvements wall watqreit Will either rent or sell separately or both together Apply to MrsJWSmlth Ql if or W 0 Chenault Notice to Creditors- All iwrsoiiH indebted to the estate ul T DoHsUs iled will pleaRe pre oen III property verified to the un Iltmifcl witni 30 dasfrom this date for payuient Mrs IJ Dotfgla Aflmx Sept 8 1009 984t Baby Morpainc Fiends are m by all soothing syrups and babv medicine that contain opium and narcotics McGees Baby Elixir ontuins flU injurious or narcotic rust of an Mint A sure and sate iurti for disordered stomachs bowel and fretfulness splendid for tetth ing infants Sold by Perryand Thomas To Win Games The Lexington Gazette ays the Chicago preacher who wauts to open Sunday baseball games with prayer evidently desires to get in his work for his home team Prayer is a good thing in its place and Its place Is nearly every where but heavy batting good pitching and fino catching have got it beat a block in the baseball gameFigures Dont Count sn mnch M the qiwlity they pwehMe you can buy an off eoor or Sawed diamond for roach ieee iiaayoaeut purchase a first wiMraOwf Bfin ao expert witbYOK to pweha M diawoiwfc here He wilMKytbatoar fitnrei- f TtareMrt nore rw TaMh tbw any s- oR lid beowi inuac 1 Around Town The moving picture shows at Princess Rink are fine and are drawing large crowds The admission fee is only five cents Dont miss It At Nicholnsville James Littrell aged 8 shot and killed his 6yearoH sister Gertie with a shot gun He didnt know the weapon was loaded Keep firearms out of reach of children Hon Tevis Cobb who has been ill fojaome time was able to come to town Monday and mingle with hie many friends He is very much im proved and hopes to be soon thoroughly recovered I Big Shipment of Cattle Saturday J W Bales shipped abont 75 export cattle from this city They averaged over 1000 pounds and brought Iii cent- sDaniel Boone Days With coyotes and wolves in Fleming brown bears and deer in the hills of Lewis county it looks as if Kentucky wra returning to primitive days Badly Hurt While working in a tobacco barn near White Hall Gordon Burgin lost his footing and fell fifteen feet He was badly injured and suffering great pain Just As School Begins Josh Wise says Some boys are born ter be spanked some have epankin trust upon em while others wear a board in ther pants an go on their ways rejoiclne Some Good Sales Auctioneer W P Prewitt tell The Climax that ho made the following sales Monday mules 35 to S6 plug horses 18 to SS1 mule coltI5 ono pair mules 350 one single horse mule 11o Body Found The body of Lester Benton who fell into Kentucky river in Estill connty on August 16 was found by a boating party at Marble Greek a few days since Notwithstanding the length ot time in the water the body was well preserved Preaching In County Rev Walter Cropper will preach at Turners cbappol Sundav morning at 11 oclock Rev J R Peoples will preach at College Hill Sunday morning atll oclock and at Pine Grove at 3 p m The baptizing for College Hill will be held Sunday afternoon Dog Adopts Kittens WmJCine residing nenr Paint Lick has a fox hound that lost her pups ome days ago A cat nhis home lisappeared about the same time paving her kittens The doz has tdopted the kittens and fit raising them with nil the care and attention PS her own The kittens are thriving aifd growing rapidly Hi Business Change The firm of Goodloe and Curtis has been dissolved Mr Earl Curtis retir tug The business will be continued flY Mr George Goodloe at the old stand where he will ba glad to see l is old friends and many new ones Mr Goodloe is a capital gentleman and deserves the great success with which he has met siucc engaged in business To Bankers Convention Group Eight of the State Bankers Association met in Janville last week and the following Richmond gentle men attended MfBrs RETurley J A Sum van J E GreetileitJVJr- ooke RR Burnatn and O tSearcy Mr Sullivan was on the pro gram for an address onsome feature of the banking business Talks on Tobacco Senator W 0 Bradley and Hon Clarence Lebus were hereMo day and made speeches atthe court house in bebalt of tbe tobacco pool Both men are thoroughly posted on the matter Hi heir talks h ltie effect of arousing ranch interest iii 1Jie preposition Beth TKed that the t ly way in wbfcli the growers Coud plbiy get good prices was by thorough orgauiZs tioHRnd holding together Quite nuaibrp4 farmers signed tto peeL tpstAgeciE1O WiUaJiiley Loraaa a native of this eemiity died Saturday ft wmm jtfce Ikowrof his80 Jit Glewt Illat tlM rerkablolyrsH- e was born in December 25 1W2 and kw resided in fl Iub4Ir- eveatrnea PTwr Y lSHeaf a great pe dWtraio having walked OM MUn dl- igso fra crJbRrrLoI ateokjr to- yliltirleads His mottr waeb bnd U4tee aed W Isi e I- stklt7aYuL tot vo 4 okU t 1Il11if w S CovingloDu Banks toys Wash Pants ty 17c li A PairT Reduced from 25 and 50 cents tJ I f About 75 pairs White Duck WhitefPique Linen Crash and other desirable Sf fabrics that sold for 25 35 and 50 cents choice while they last J7c a pair Rompers Reduced Keystone Brand The buttons stay i nflV seams do not rip quality good throughoutV50 cents for 39 75eerits for 59 IV f t THE FOR QUALITY j Call up C W Cobb at Red House Ky for Country Hams Country Bacpn Coun try Lard the your mother had Phone 2462 School Buys Farm Lancaster Record J J Walker R Ii Batson and C A Arnold trustees appointed by the court to receive invest and control the btquest given to Lancaster Graded School by the late Lewis Leavell purchased 280 acres of land from Dr WM Elliott for 112 per acre and 178 acreifrooi ft F Hud son for 110 per anre Newspaper People The Eighth District Publishers Lencue had a most delightful meeting at Estill Springs Friday and Saturday a number remaining over until Mon lay Much business pertaining to newspaper publishing and printing was transacted while the social features were highly enjoyable Lots of flue music delightful surroundings and plenty to eat make Estill a delightful place to visit State Flower Poisonous The beautilnl goldenrod Kentucky State flower Is under the ban Johr Uri Lloyd the botanical expert of On cinuati says it is a dangerous noxioui sVweedIPand should be extermiiwied The goldenrod he says is the wois offender although it happens to be weed that because of its resemblance t adecoraltve flower not a few f4ncy it butit is a noxious weed and ouzht to be destroyed Married at Valley View Miss Lilly Ooffae and MrJ Strother Sowers both of Valley View were married Tuesday at the reaidonce of the brides parents Mr and Mr Isaac OUee The ceremony was per funned by Rev G VTocld of the M E Cbnrch Tho bride Is n beautiful and popular young lady tho groom who ii a soi of Mr J L Sowors beint a young gantletnsin of rtany fine qunl ificntions industrious and promising Send Tn The Jam Several Masons wives have sent jarsof jam to The Climax office to be forwarded to the children at Widows Orphans Homo As we want to ship the b jx rght away ve will be glad if those desiring to contribute n jar will Jo so at onco Pea e aaste or tie your name on jar us wo want to tend these with donation Nothing will bring mole joy to those little ones and we want to send enough for thc 300 little months now in the Hme Senator McCreary Here I Senator Jas B McCreary came uj froth Louisville where ho spoke last welt and will remain at home for about two Weeks before rctnrnlug to New York rho Sunator is in good hcalHi and as usual glad to be at home Heis always surrounded by a group of friends HU sto kef lies anecdoies seenia t while bisp rect knoweledjje of State an National ufluirs together with tils ability to exphdi the batne make his compiny quite enjoyable indeed He 81VOtM theJiesrts ot theholds u warm peopleiprf1o will aeverbe satisfied mtltll lie ill beck where ho belonxsiIt- the UniteSleSSt- ree CoatIMochad a eltCIi hue7eisoai tba- etreats eslIffootIy aova OQod botJ Iss iti bst wr7f- lJ Protect YourHome Spend Your Money With Home People and Save Loss Every community town and city has a number of men who seemingly have a sort of mania for investing in speculative ventures The experience of other persons and the history of the speculative world does not teach any lessons to those who can see creat op portunities in something other than a safe conservative venture at home The glib tongued fellow with mining stocks to sell rarelv has much trouble in getting plenty of suckers to bite no matter how bare the hook way be True it must be kept in mind that some of them have propositions of merit but who is to determine the meritorious from those that are noth ing more than the rankest kind of fraudAs rule it is a safe proposition to conclude that tbe average getrich quick project is devoid of real merit when it must be peddled out in small amounts to many customers If an iuvestment has real merit there need be no trouble in interesting the rich men of the country men with plenty of capital who would be lnly too glad to find some place to put it where it would not four or five per cent The schemes that promise ten twenty and even higher rates of interest must in the very nature of things be regarded with a largo degree of suspicion They look too good to be true There is not a community of any size in the State of Kentucky but has irittered away in wild cat Investments enough money to have builded and operated a number of creditable and prosperous manu factoring plants manufacturing con cerns that would have given employ ment to numerous workmen who would in turn have become thrifty home owners and valnabo citizens In this way the community would hue been benefltted to a daeren beyond es timation Hoal estate values would hayo had a stable and gradual increas lug valne There would have been an increment to the taxable property of the community and the rate of taxation would gradually have been reduced with a condition ol prosperity for the whole community that would have redounded to the welfare of everyone While the inclination to invest In these wild cat schemes Is lees in Richmond than in moat Central Kentucky tows vet it is a sale prediction tha there Las gone out of the tows and county during the last score of years enough money tq have made this town the greatest manufac turing centre iu the State had it beau invested in individual concerns that had merit back of them These thou sand of dollars that wets sent away never came back with a cent of interest or was any of the principal returned ft was put late all BlaBBer of schemes front gold mines and railroads OH paper to Rtock gambling oa boards of trade and carbBtoue speculators Thea to this saw must be added that which went into the oil projects that were liB dnrtaken lathllf section of the State There have been daring the same num borer years BBineroaa infant mana tacturiBgee 4eerts that have fttraggta fJrexl chat could have floarWi lei baa a ewM the thoomtula of dot Ir tIIi4W5r sqeadred luol brIdt saheiae been put IMo the bosIoso ThU wood have made them a success and today thf y would W creiUtabk la KKutioM with hundreds on the pay roll ad the workasea would be oeespy iHiice iesidnem that weald bar aeemEd oot the ety Bat tW Madt all of UM t Mry The UM sort Gf ootaiia inveBtaMM lidsoes r o ttiMBh aoto so tatgea 1s1- i P iii==uis z Miic yet some ur the same sort of indnsi i Concerns thafconld be made piolitabie enturcs with just a few thousand dol lars to put them on a firm financial basis It seems to be human nature to chase the rainbow to the hurt of the more ubstantial affairs of a commun ity It may be human nature to do this but it is also within human possibilities to become educated against schemes of the man who makes his living catching suckers Winning Many Blues Those handsome show animals of Mrs Richard Tasker Lowndes of Danville Edna Mae and Princess Sonia have won thirtyfour out of thirtyfive exhibits this season Edna Mae losing only one tie and that at the Lexington fair when she had been shown several times in succession and was very tire- dMayor Woods Lancaster Record Mayor Woods of Richmond delivered a splendid temperance lecture here on Sunday night It took the place of church union services and was well attended He had his subject well in hand and received marked attention through out lIe is undoubtedly doingmuch good for the cause of temperance and in this cause we wish him much suc cess North Pole Discovered Dr Frederick A Cook ot Brooklyn who in July 1907 departed in search of North Pole and who had not been heard Irom lor over a year startled Uncivilized worM Thursday with a telegram from Lerwich in the Shetland Islands announcing that he reached the Polo April Zl 1008 Dr Coop is returning on the steamer Hans Egide due at Copenhagen Saturday In his final dash for the pole Dr Cook was not accompanied by a white man four Esquimaux being his only com panions The news of his success is generally credited by scientific men Headquarters Removed At a meeting of State Central Com mittee It was decided to move Democratic headquarters from Lexington back to Louisville and this will be done right away It was also decided that the following named gentlemen be and are hereby designated and ape pointed to conduct the state campaign for the year 1009 Henry JR Prewitt Tliomas A Combs Allie W Young Ohio itt James William Addams J A Sullivar W A Berry J I C Mayo BenJolmton The HonHR Prewitt wes designated as Chairman and said campaign committee and the HOB Ben Johnson designated as Secretary hen of Said committee is ulhorized to do any and all things that may be nccctsary for the proper conduct of thetatd campaign School Opens The jaldcelt hUgh School opened londay morning under more flattering- ioel3ects than every before The tendance ts larger than last year and HTOfflfeeeto be oven greater before end of the week Prof CoMes and hia able aesieraats soon had the rolla completed and work began ia eanwtt Wkk Mch able instructors and kitted MHtftcemeutt there Ja never any Me Den Iii this school and when it is re HHb re l that the rooms are flll k avwlowiufc with childrenit is heed for an ent ldw to u drstand how each pMl Mt lUKlpHiH end ood work is AteaiMd Bat UiruR by perIN- ttIetbe pupils know what in ex pMtwi of taw and all wortt te twieoo t4b only way 1 which MJT work can be PILhd Parent wteo haw Jt- OittlMyr asIdi lltwi iatatbe school m uT JLtIut 10 Ilflrtr sad MIIVV VV fii riRoPBIG IN j Boys Wash Suits In order to close out a surplus of Boys VWash Suits we quote for ten days prices followsas 50c Suits for 3975c Suijts for 59 1 Suits for 79 2 Suits for 129 r These are brand new goods made inXT r the latest stylos and are shown in a vari iVety of very attractive patterns T 1j 1COVINCTOSTORE Xzwuz ZE kind inexhaustible Speaks A Fine Court Day Monday Was Best Business Day In Recent Years Big Crowd In Town Monday was considered by all to be tho best business day in the past three or four years The crowd was unusually large and trading was brisk throughout the entire day The merchants report a splendid day although the season for fall and win ter goods is rather early The de mand for stock was brisk The mule colt men wore here in largo numbers There was as usual a demand for good7 horses but as a prominent dealer told The Climax they are not to be had The demand for cattle was also good as the price of 440 will testifyThere was a big lot of cattle at the pens nearly all selling at from t3 to fci40 Mule colts were plentiful and nearlyall wore sold Prices ranged at from 35 to 80 Several car loads bought Monday were shipped South that night G W Deatherage sold a lot of corn at 3 in field Co W B Burton of Lancaster bought seven mules at from 150 to 200 A load of mules bought during the past month was shipped South for which was paid from VO to 100 Ben Bright bought for Bright Fox live mules at from 150 to 225 Threshing Over The threshing of wheat in Madison county is ft t last practically completed The crop in this section has proven a very inferior one and gieatly damaged by the wet weather The crops which wore sold at 00 per bushel some time ago to be delivered in good conditi tion nave bean accepted by dealers at a discount of from 15 to 20 cents per bl1 tel and in some inst races crops have refuted at any price A number of are ceding the grain to hogs The Final Settlement Which will be one of the first attractions at the Opera House this season is a welltold consistent story a cast of unusual excellence a theme that is recognized by all thinking men and women to be one of the most serious menaces to tho future welfare of society in general and its evil results and the inevitable moral conveyed iu a manner BO convincing as to be actually startling are a few of the rea sons which accounts for the great success whJ hthe latest contribution to the cntemporaneous dramatic hi teas ture The Final Settlement has met with This startling dramatic novelty will be the attraction at the Opera House soon mind to all lovers of the drama wilt undobtadly prove a dra matic feast The story deals with the early straggles of a young foreman in one of the mills ol the great iron cor poration His suddenly acquired wealth and position and the allure merits of life in the last social set in which he moves causes him to renounce the wife of life youthful struggles and privations and seek connubial com paaionship in the person of a beauti ful aetrew whom he believes WM totter qualified for tn exacting ae mattde oCietfwould make wpotLthe wife of email of his txalwd ll1Mer- Mal petition sad wealth His sub- seqt iitwatioB attb heads of his e twbi fellow conspirators iu the Iron combine aud the low of his a trif wife who deserted him wheu reIsa wheat be fimook tor the bad 01 a 1Itoil thM hseIew ia tbejfr t6iaieHV Build Your Sidewalk Those ordered to build sidewalks had better get busyas The Climax heard a city official say that steps would be taken against those who neglect this work Quito a number have obeed the order yet some are a little slow about the work Farm For Sale Farm of 20 acres of land house of two rooms stable good well two ponds good spring within half a mile of Irvine pike adjoining lands of Stagner Brothers and being on road No 111 that intersects the Kayanaugh road four miles from Richmond 3t EM Bond Precinct Conventions At a meeting of tho Democratic County Committee of Madison County held at the Cjurt House in Richmond Ky on September the 4th 1009 pur suant to notice a quorum being present the following resolutions were adopted Viz BE IT RESOLVED by this committee First That precinct conventions be heldat the regular voting places in Madison County to select delegates to a county delegate convention to be held at the Court House in Richmond Ky for the purpose of selecting Democratic candidates for the following offices to be voted for at the November election 1009 Viz Representative In the General Assembly County Surveyor Coroner and Magistrates and Con stables in the various districts which have not made nominations Second That the precinct conven tious be held at two oclock pm standard time on September the 16th 1900 at the regular voting places and that the county convention be held at two oclock p m standard time Sep tember the 20th 1909 that the pre duct conventions be called to order by the members of the Democratic Coun ty Committee for the several precincts Third That each precinct shall be entittled to one delegate for each 2o Democratic votes and fraction over 15 cast for the Democratic nominee for President in the year 1908 Fourth That each Candidate for Representative shall deposit with the Chairman or the Secretary of this Cominitteo on or before noon Suptem her the IOu 1009 the following sums for the following ofllces Viz Each candidate for Representative 1500VEach candidate for Surveyor or Coronet 300 Each candidate for Magistrate or Constable 200 Said sums to be expended to defray the expenses of this publication and holding said Conventions Fifth That this Committee meet at the Court House in Richmond on Sept 11th 1009 at 180 oclock p m standard time and that if nOt more than one candidate shall haveualified for one of said offices tue Hid- Coulwitteebhallhen resolve itself into a Convention to nominate said candidate for said orlice and that if no candidate uball have qualified lor any of said olllces the said Convention shall nominate on said day a candidate tot such office lu testimony whereof witneps the signature of the Clwirnum and Secr tary of said Committee this Sept 4tl 1909J A J5TJLLIVAK Cfcairma S H T1lOfPESceeay Pert jfholRs fe pleaaedto an nausea to customers that have secured the agency for zmo tile but bowa remedy for the positive ad permanent cure of Eeserat PiHple Dandruff Blackhead Kites smut every form of skims or scalp dimes Zea- MIia clean liquid for external at KiYH iutflt zeii sad surso say fora Of skin or ip disease h straying tM er that eaRVs tttltte1 flhy 11 T wulLdiJ h1i=01 ao7 ru Noble Workers Senator Jas B McCreary and Hon I A Sullivan returned Thursday from the great Democratic barbecue in Lmisville where they made addresses to the throngs of people who enjoyed the occasion Both report a genuine oldfashioned love feast and say they have never found the party in the State more thoroughly organized or harmonious They are especially well pleased with the ticket in Louisville and say there is absolutely no doubt of its winning by an overwhelming majority BQth Senator McCreary and Mr Sullivan are among the hardest and most faithful workers in the Democratic ranks always ready and willing to give their time to campaigns and put forth every honorable effort for the success of the nominees They are good speakers and thoroughly posted on all matters of importance to the people Richmond is proud to claim them as her own citizens New Fire Department The City Council let no grass grow under its feet but scarcely had the smoke cleared from the destroyed fire department building before they lied plans on foot to bnild a new house The contract was let to Mr Valentine Hardin one of our leading contractors and work on the new house is progress s lug rapidly It is located on Irvine street West of the City Building It will be two stories bighwith handsome front The upstairs will be used as sleeping quarters for firemen The cost is 2975 There will be ample stable room foi the hose wagon and its horses as well as the other horses owned by the citv The arrangements are perfect and everything handy for the quick hitching up and getaway of the department when an alarm comes in The Climax tosses its thanks to the Conncil for the spirit of enterprise and progressiveness Blind Tiger Captured Doubtless the only blind tiger operated in Richmond in a year or moro was gathered in by Capt All man last week A negro named Cy irlbble hailing from Lexington cnino to Richmond some time ago and secured work Several weeks ago Capt Allman grew suspicious of Cyrus and kept hU weather eye peeled He soon had his suspicions conflrmqcl but waited patiently until he had the gentleman dead to rights In the police court Tribble was fined 60 in each oi three cases when he conclud ed he would have the fourth and last tried by jury Judge Grecnleat ac commodated him end the jury soak3d him to tbe tune of 100 Belne unable to pay Tribble will do time astride the rock pile for some time to come Chief Allraana clever work will put another crimp in the tigers tail one that will be a constant reminder that the law ia Richmond is going to be en forced Good Price Mr J H KeRned sold Monday fot BM Sta uer two pair of work male to Jo Dowalnff for 5800 Died FiELDMr Ezakiel Field well known in this his old home died iu Nicholasville last week and the ro malns were interred in time Richmond Cemetery Saturday Mr Field resided for many years near Silver Creek and was one of the best known men in that section He moved to Nicholas ville several years ago He is sur vived by his wife md two children Mrs John F White and Mr William Field He had many friends in this county who are greatly grieved to learn of his death- GmoosMrs Harry Griegs died at her home in Valley View Friday night after a lingering illness of consump tion Before her marriage she was Mimi Cordie Lee Christopher anti formerly lived here and several years ago was a graduate of the Caldwell High School She was greatly beloved by all who knew her Mrs Griggs is survived by her husband and two sis ters She was a good Christian woman and will be greatly missed in the com munity The remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery Saturday afternoon after services conducted by Elder PeelIFBENCII Alter an illness of several weeks Mr Frank French died at his home near this city Sunday night He had suffered lor some time from Brights disease which finally caused his death Mr French was a well known and highly respected citizen having spent his life in this vicinity He was an honorable man strong in his convictions and always ready to assist a friend He was a gallant sol dierin the Confederate army serving during the entire war He is stir vived by his widow and five children Mrs A Todd Mrs Everett Hnghley Miss Bottio Messrs Frank and Robert who have deep sympathy in their loss DEATHERVOE News of the deathof Mrs G Sam Deathorago was received from Indianapolis Thursday morning She had been at tbe home of her daughter Mrs Pearl Smith in that city for some time and beingln poor health her demise was no surprise to her many friends here although it came as a great shock Mrs Dcatber age was a resident of this county for some time but moved South some time ago Before marriage she was Miss Tabitha Todd her parents being among Madisons most prominent peo ple She is survived by her husband and two children Travis ol Springfield Ill and time daughter at whoso home she passed away She was u devoted wile and mother beloved by n wide circle of friends and her death brings great sorrow to all who knew her The remains were brought to Richmond Thursday tho funeral sei vices being held Friday afternoon at the residence of MrN B Deatherage Dr Bosley Opens Office Dr J J Bosley who has beets practicing his profession in the West for some time has decided to again lo cateiu Richmond and has opened an office over Stanifer Sopers store on Main Street His card appears in this issue of the Climax We are Pretty Busy N- owHUTWe can find the time to take a- goodPicture of YouT-h ao s IWThV7s r JItJ k ro h r fIIu CURES 0 Q c Y iide r Jl s ki Boys Suits for the for the the sort for by in l J the for will not 9 to take for and in lots h E 3 4 = == = = = Xo = == Xr I COUGHS COLDS WHOOPING COUGH BRONCHITIS THROAT HOARSENESS ETC THR SIZES 25c SOc AND 1OQ j BAlLARD SNOW co ST LOUIS MO- od end Reoommended b PERRY THOMAS o J tL COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS Fancy Croceries Candies Tobacco KYCorner Main and OYSTERS n rn 1I rn Emperor JtOO 150 n TRIO of clever models of AGRIFFON CLOTHES Fall These three represent cleverest styles of season possess every vital essential necessary to a well made smart appearing and CustomTailor ed Suit Youll find t of you have been looking because theyre craftedwith skill expert tailormen a custom shop where only high class workmanship is possible I 10 1250 15 18 and 20I KnickerCTrousers Ii 250 300 350 400 Herets chance SCHOOL SUITS of which provident parents fail advantage their boys All kinds of materials patterns andalli sizes each of the four IiJ TradeJiFiVE1deHats Stoughton Shoes 350tIEnquirer t Jtc = = = = SORE UNIMENT FRESH OYSTERS JuGOOD MEALS NEW RESTAURANT Fruits Cigars SecondRICHMOND FRESH rno wear models the welldressedmanthe Griffon Clothes garments wholesale With Womems Woes Richmond Women Are Finding Relief at Last It does seem that women have more than a fair share of the aches and pains that afflict humanity theymust keep upmust attend to duties in spite of constantly aching backs or headaches dizzy spells bearingdown pains they must stoop over when to stoop means torture They must walk and bend and work with racking pains illsKidneys Keepthemaintained Read of a remedy fox kidneys only that helps and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by people in this locality Mrs J W Pumphrey Danville St1 experiencEwithbelieve that they live up to the claims made for them I suffered a great nightcouldseveral occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable to BeIngadvisedtrial I did so They helped me from takIngthem cureItinue their use for a time but am now again using them and am cer tain that they will soon rid me en tirely of kidney troublu For sale by all dealers Price CompanyBnffalothe United States- Remember the namcDoansand take no other slm W D Oldham Co v4J n 4i T 1 ii sJ J 4 i f Dry Goodsj 3 J Notions i I r Shoes j IClotliluig i A Furnishings Y L ifJtif T r 7 I1 icj 7 9 t kJiJ 9 Jt i i 5 y 1 0 Si rE itt tjd I rBrcash Store m1 J Shirts and and To Be Happy you must have good health You liverIspoisoning is going on all the time under such circumstances Ballards Herblne makes a perfectly healthy keeps the stomachn d bowels right and acts as a tonic for the en I1mlThomas For Rent SowingMachine apply this office U tiviI1 AtJntic L L o IN EFFECT AUG 23 1900 EAST BOUND Lv pmJvLv pmLvh pm 200pIILvIrvineAr tfeattyville 1215 am 4O pm WEST BOUXD 120pmjVpmLvpmapmLvpmLvpmArpmAllNichelasvjlleInterurban Lines at Versailles II R SMITH G P A1 Versailles Ky floppily Hop aroundbyadeformItyiflumbago sprain stiff joints or anythingof like nature use Ballrads Snow Liniment and in no time you andbeand Sold by Perry Thomas slm L and NTime CardS- OUTHBOUND No PaintLickRichmonddaUyrive Rowland 1015 a in No LickLancasterLouisville leaves Richmond 105 rst Arrives 610 p M No Soutixthrough atS1No trninsmakes MNoRIChmondLeaveFourthStPM No RichmondCinclnuaS25zNORTHBOUND No 34 Limited tor Cincinnati leave CincinnatiNo 10 From Stanford leave Richmond MNov2SRichmond via Rowland 1235 noonNo 38 XnoxvilleCincinnatl local leavencr 1Jjj 13 arrive CinchDAti O1Dpit No 32 JckohvilleCineinnaiS limited arrivoCinclQBNo arrivesnich1 exceptI TrherV lh4isafe J1tllueA IaIyfliptMtOvry Tt br a otd t 11 Ii jlflt 1 osr t a o iIft Important Announcement In order to close out quickly we offer all Spring and Summer Goods it Cost and Less Thi Cost We will 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 early and get first choice We are now receiving our immense stock of Fall Goodsconsisting of every new creation in Womens Wear and 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 else- wherefiB Walker Q =z r = if MATHEMATICSIII DyREVAeDIXOHtD Pastor cf Mood7aQIttcbChia a1The mathemat- Ics of Christian ity Is worthy of our study There Is multlpllcatlor of the Scripture Grace and peace be multiplied There Is division In thetext Study to show thysell approved unto God a workman that nccdcth not to be ashamed rightly dividin the word 0 truth And we have subtraction In the words Cease to do evil Art ditlon In tho ringing charge ol Peter Add to ynur faith vir tue and to virtue knowledge and to knowledge temperance The word also which occurs In many connections has to do with addition though in the first text we shall study it Is an addition to bolamented You find It in Matthew 104 Judas Iscarlot who also betrayed him The name Of Judas is among the apostles though the list Is made out after the betrayal He bad a high position and a great opportunity He was trusted with the money andltnay have done much good but we know him not as Judas the disciple or Judas the apostle or Judas the worker but as Juras the traitor It is the also of shame the black brand which he placed upon himself one of the addition which we wish had not been made And Christians of today may have the also of shame attached to their names It would not be slanderous to write after the names of some preachers a minister who also denies he deity of Christ and the Inspiration of the Bible a Christian who also takes his social glass and sits before the footlights gazing at spectac ular obscenity believers who also are penurious and grasping Bene dict Arnold was a barve soldier but he Is known to the world not as Arnold the brave but as Arnold the traitor Mr Gladstone said to Charles Stewart Parnell that he was the greatest man he had ever known and but for his divorce proceedings Ire land would have had her parliament The also of shame neutralized and destroyed the Influence of his great ness And so with many a Christian One false step one sin committed un der stress of temptation may blacken a fair name forever God save us from the also of shame In another Scripturewe have the also of tribulation We rejoice In hope of the glory of God and not only so but we rejoice In tribulation alsoRomans 63 We are saved now but there Is a salvation to be revealed Christ Is the morning star We face the east watching for the sunrise But have we learned to rejoice In tribulation also or do we regard the sorrows and calam ities of life as out of harmony with Its Joys and hopes Such Is the view of unbelief A speaker once said that man and woman have been ever since creation fighting a duel each one striving for tho preeminence If we have no faith in the superintending providence of God there seems to be a duel between sorrow and Joy pros perity and adversity tribulation and jubilation but to a man who believes that all things work together for good to them that love God there is no duel but a duet The deep bass notes of sorrdw are In perfect harmony with the high exultant notes of joyWhen Jesus went Into a certain vii lage a certain woman named Martha received him Into her house and she had a sister called Mary which also sat at Jesus feet and heard his word This also Js the vindication of Mary We are apt to think dutiesand hear his words Martha com plained that she had been left to serve alone and Jesus took Marys Maryhading Christ and providing for him but heardhisnecessary for the fullness and com IsthoJesus said If I go and prepare a place for you I will come again and wherelam Wherehothis also It becomes a chariot of glory into which I may step and bo carried through the gates of pearl wlth01ltme usfrTeatFatherhC1f Nmslqn f this es the I sarne ws the word ode1B another verse whIch YaWe vIM c wtuta him aDd make o w abode wltli Ma wIck being interpreted JMMM for7mtwlttIld btlJ 11 Ia IStttPSIye JIM hoa r kin c Take care ol your stomach Let Kodol digest all the food you eat for that is what Kodol does Xverv table spoonful of Kodol digests 2l pounds of food It Is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back Sold by all druggists slm Taken Up As Istray lied BOW weight about 250 pounds caine to my place about the 18th of August Owner can have same by proving property and paying charRes- tf SHELBY JETI 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 flatu lence give it Whites Cream Vermi fage The only cure that never fails and hits no bad effects Sold by Perry and Thomas slm The Bourbon Fair Sept 711 will far exceed any previous Fair held by the old Bonrboa County Agricultural Society ilFarmerslaborers rely on Thomas Eclectric Oil Takes the stingout of cuts burns or bruises at once Pain cai notstay where it is used For Sale or Rent Farm of six acres on Big Hill pike just otsid city limits Well improved and watered Good dwelling and out buildings Possession Jan 1 Apply vritlm ten days to Mrs M D Coflield orflBBoen at Kingston 2t Billious Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated P Bitter taste Complexion ssillcw Liver needs wakjng up Doans Regulets cure billious attacks 25c at any drug store Lost Gold rim nose glasses with chain attached Raturn to this office PROPOSALS Sealed proposals will be received until noon September 13 1009 for the in stallation of a pole line and lighting apparatus for the distribution of cur relit to the several buildings and the lighting of the campus of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal Scbcal1 Rich mond Ky- Plana and pecificatiors of all of the forezomi equipment may be seen at tbe office of the said S a e Normal School of Richmond KI and at the office of Anderson Frankel Archi tects and Engineers Lexington Ky All proposals must be accoinpanliut by A certified check of of the amount of the contract prior payable to the Board of Regents of the Eastern KenluckyState Normal School to be a guaranty that the successful bidder or bidders will ruler into con tract with said school in accordance with bid and give Koodeecurity surety company having a local agent prefer red in an amount equal to 40 per cent of the contract pice Bids will be received on the whole or any part of work or equipment Each atIpart of the work All bids must be sealed and address ed to the Board of Regents of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School care of Anderson Frankel Architects Lexington Ky The law provides that all contracts will be let to tho lowest bidder comply lug with the terms hereof and the statutes The rfght to reject any and all bids ia reservedBoard of Regents of the Eastern Ky State Normal School Rich mondKy by J A SULLIVAN Chairman Executive Committee Notice Having purchased the Cool 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 oftheir patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal which we guarantee to give perfect s tisfacjtioa Givetis a trial order aad get acquainted ithrC- oal and method of doiag businessi- jl L TipI Fully Guaranteed IfcU iHtftetory to know that anv article jparclM ed ig fully gu r nteedby tho company Such Is the case with Spirella Corset which te sold by Mrs S A Deather RO who will be pleased to fill all orders This corset Is durable and comfortable M Mrs Deatherage is prepared to fit any size n Do not be deceived unscrupulous imitators who would have you lieve that the Imitation pills are as good an DoWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills There isnt anything just as good as these wonderfal pills for the relief of Backache In flammatlon of the bladder urinaiy disorders and all kidney complaints Anyone can take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed in fect 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 wait they have it in stock Phone 440 tf Her Life In Danger II YOH Rave Catarrk or Weak Lungs Read This Some five years ago I was taken with a bad attack of bronchitis I was affected with a bronchial cough and cold The coJigh was very bad at night and I would wnke upchok tug and gasping for breath and there seemed to be a terrible stoppage in my throat amI tubes My throat was tender and irritable and had an aching sensation which was badat times I doctered and used several different remedies but never received any permanent relief that kept the malady from coming on untilused Hvomei This remedy which to me is certainly infallible cured me and to It 1ascribe the cause of my being alive Hyomei certainly saved my life and I accord it the credit it deserves There is nothing too strong for me to say of HyomeIMrs Adh Hopkins Cutter Ave Coldwater Mich Hyomei is breathed into the lnn rs through a hard rubber inhaler and this soothing air as it passes over the inflamedmembrane soothes the inflammation kills the microbes and cures catarrh Complete Hyomel outfit 1 includ ing extra bottles 50c at B L Mlddleions who guarantee it MIONACures It relieves stomach misery sour stom ach belching and cures all stomach disease or money back large box of tablets 50 cents Druggists in all towns Farm of about 140 acres on Silver Creek All Improvements For terms etc Apply to Mrs Minerva Barnes- 3t RFlNol A Burglar In Town his name is bad cough He doesnt care for gold or silver but will steal your health away If he appears in your house arrest him at once witJ Ballards Horehound Syrup it ma mean consumption if you dont cure for nil coughs colds and perbottleslm For Rent Store room on First St Suitable for tiny kind of business Apply at tf A Dobroffsky SPRING IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING Nothing is daintier or prettier for springor summer lingerie than Hand Work and- Embroidery Miss Eva RobertsI carries a full line of materials with stamp ing outfit and will be pleased to have htr friends and patrons call Satisfaction guaranteed Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures con yoqrdruggists Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block h Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephonj 267 Office in Oldham Building Dr Cv HI MainhartGraduate McKHHpp Veterlnar College 01 Chicago 1- 11Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Office at Vaughn Samuel Stable Telephone RICHMOND KY ODMOHEAULTATTORNEYS IICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen alts grocery R Emmett Million Buccessor to Bargin Den- nyDENTIST Orer State Dank k Trust Compauy TELEPHONE 258 Dr FS Smith DENTIST lobsonBuilding PHONE 2Oi I A sraxiLiisrAJts t iLffwD XI3PTUOKT opetQIIgybsMcn INTISr s Ii Oct Supreme SatisjfactionI u t 4 f f in every Salad made with p Eerndeil r Salad Dressing It saves time and you run no chance oft f your Salad being a failure Its ahsplute slypurej its flavor is delicious itsj eco nomical because it can be reduced without lossofflavor i lSmple Bottk249ents lr r ITT Oouington t Co Phone 72 232 West Main street i + I George EngIih- PLUMBING I 1 lDoctor forll Gas and Gasoline Engines 1 Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works for country and suburban homes t 210 E Main Street Phone 619 1RICHMOND KENTUCKYl+ Freeman Grider y Real EUate Fire Life Accident and Liability Insurance Agents y If you want to sell your property list it with them iVrIf you want to insure it see them Office over Perry Thomas Drug Store F t H jThePortraits Views and Enlarging Special attention to Amatuer Work r I Calland see us Respectfully McGaughey Moberley L I c Not In The Trust THE ADMIRAL- IS THE BEST MOWER L SUCCESSFUL FARMER KEEPSUPTO On Machines AThc great advance In farming methods has kept pace with the Improve meat of farm madhincs The most successful farmers have always been ready to consider new Ideas and better machines Farmers never have teen more progressive then today That is why the Admiral mower has so quickly established itself in their favor They recognize the great value of its features chief among which are Powerful keen cutting appa correspondinginefCaseuniform tilt and all the other features that have made Walter A Wood mowers famous wherever grass is grown If you arc going to buy a pleasureforask us at any time the sOoner the bet- terDouglas SimmonsAgnts J I i t THE SHOW OF SHOWS 6 BIG THE AYSS N Farm 19O9 STATE FAIR I IGHTS o1oQO9QiREM WMSI H01SE SHOWfANDjHIPPODKOME VilViy L DAILY IACESNATIELLO AND IllS lAND flEe rnAcTIoNSFIR1 wous 25 GREAT j SIDE tStfQWS Oir THE WiSM 25 k4sNksItia 1M kigist ad thcst ultKk PMIISS eIIst III a Nths 1fHlIICOtIL tiia ATESFOK Aa MtB r J W NEWMAN S cr tMy v 310 Paul Joma BL4g LoIeK LOU I SILLESEP f3 415 f6f7 10 J rr = ESESElEIBi 1 till Enquirer Hats iItll3OO d CURES xx =XxCH ===X Id ep S1 of for of I sw9i25OEi Trousersi1I h for will not H to for and 1 in of f I 9Respectfully to the Cash Trade IEI1Eiderq 3 and 4 I1O vi t AND CO MO ent 14J oJ en Q tcL COUGHS COLDS WHOOPING COUGH BRONCHI TIS SORE THROAT ETC NI = XL THREE SIZES zSc SOc 100 ST LOUIS old end b f1J FRESH OYSTERS GOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy SecondRICHMOND KYComer Main and OYSTERS 1j 1 rn Emperor Shirts JfOO 150 TRIOof clever models A GRIFFON CLOTHES Fallwear These three models represent the cleverest styles of the season for the welldressedmanthe possess every vital essentialnecessary to a well smart appearing CustomTailor ed Youll find Griffon Clothes the sort garments you have been looking for because theyre skill by expert tailormen in a whole fisale custom shop where high class workmanship is possible Ii 15 18 and 20 Di cWithKnicker Heres the chance SCHOOL SUITSof which provident parents fail take advantage their boys All kinds of materials patterns andall sizes each the four Submitred I Enquirer Hats Stoughton Shoes 350 rrnv = r HOARSENESS BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT Recommended PERRY THOMAS RICCIS Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco FRESH rno made Suit craftedwith only Womems Woes Richmond Women Are Finding Relief at Last It does seem that women have more than a fair share of the aches and pains that afflict humanity they must keep upmust attend to duties in spite of constantly aching backs or headaches dizzy spells bearingdown pains they must stoop over when to stoop means torture They must walk and bend and work with racking pains and many aches from kidney ills Kidneys cause more suffering than Keepthemaintained Read of a remedy for kidneys only that helps and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by people in this locality Mrs J W Pumphrey Danville St Lancaster Ky says Myexperience with Doans Kidney Pills leads me to believe that they live up to the claims made for them I suffered a great nightcouldseveral occasions my back became so painfuland weak that I was unable to Beingadvisedtrial I did so They helped me from takingthem cureItinue their use for a time but am now again using them and am cer thin that they will soon rid me en tirely of kidney trouble For sale by all dealers Price CompanyBuffalothe United States- Remember tho name Deans and take no other slm W D Oldham Co tr l L i jl Dry Goods f Notionsy H 1 IShoes Clothing5 Ii k Furnishings j I J U i i r000 t yo 1 l 1 IrIjj s 5 t If to1 t i Ii H i firl wii Busy Bee Cash Store F j J and and lots I To Be Happy you must have good health You livtrIspoisoning is going on all the time under such circumstances Ballards healthyliverkeepsand acts as a tonic for the en ROllThomas For Rent SewingMachine apply this ollice tf Louisie AtI niic L L Co IN EFFECT AUG 2i 1909 EAST BODJCn 1 pmLvpmLvpmLvpmII200pmLvAr rfeattyville 1215 a m 420 pm pm WESTBOuND Lv pmIpmLvpmIAr pmAllTrains connect with QO atNicho andInterurbanH R SMITh G P A Versailles Ky Hopplty Hop aroundbyless you have lost a limb or have a rheumatIsmumbaga UallradsSnow andbeand Sold by Perry Thomas cig un Land NTime CardS- OUTHBOUND No PaintLickpoints South leaves Richmond ArriveNo LickLancasterLouisville leaves Richmond 100 rM Arrives Louisville 010 p M No Souththrough1135 A M Leave Cincinnati at815 A M No trainsmakes MNoUlchmond850 except Sunday Leave FourthSt station Cincinnati 255- No p M 31 Limited for Atlantaleaves Rich Atlanta825 p NORTHBOUND- No 34 Limited tor Cincinnati leave CincinnatiNo 10 From Stanford leave Richmond 1L27 A M arrive Cincinnati 11 A No arriveRichmondNo 38 KnoxvilleCincinnati local leave Richmond 157 p M arrive Cincin nat 010 PM No limitedleaveRichmnnI Cincinnati 835p M 0Noarrives Richmond 350 p Al l tram 8ruIdaiiy except wherV 11otijer wise Dcw its Little Barley Risers the safe sur easy gentlo little liver WitchHnzelSalvo boxis iV sores aad HkbarsbBt It la r1Ii KoU 1 dpfrtti ffli iJTS 0Important In order to close out quickly we offer all Spring and Summer Goods At Cost a nn Liz Thai Cost We will not carry over anything andt to move them out have slashed prices right and left Here is a chance to get the best bargains ever offered Come early and get first choice We are now receiving our immense stock of Fall Goodsconsisting of every new creation in Womens Wear and 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 J5B Walker G IIIJc Jft MATHEMAtICSIII BrREVACDIXONDD Ii I Paitor cf t4004CAch r 8I The mathemat ics of Christian ity Is worthy of our study There Is muUlpllcatlor of the Scripture Grace and pence be multiplied There is division Inthetext Study to show thyself approved unto God a workman that nccdcth not to bo ashamed rightly dividing the word o truth And we have subtraction In the words Cease to do evil Art dition in the ringing charge oJ Peter Add to your faith vir tue and to virtue knowledge and to knowledge temperance The word also which occurs in many connections has to do with addition though in the first text we shall study It is an addition to bo lamented You find it in Matthew 104 Judas Iscariot who also betrayed him The name of Judas Is among the apostles though the list is made out after the betrayal He had a high position and a great opportunity He was trusted with the money and may have done much good but we know him not as Judas the disciple or Judas the apostle or Judas the work er but as Juras the traitor It is the also of shame the black brand which he placed upon himself one of 0thebeen made And Christians of today may have the also of shame attached to their names It would not be slanderous to write after the names of some preachers a minister who also denies the deity of Christ and the Inspiration of the Bible a Christian who also takes his social glass and sits be fore the footlights gazing at spectac ular obscenity believers who also ire penurious and grasping Bene dict Arnold was a barve soldier but he is known to the world not as Arnold the brave but as Arnold the traitor Mr Gladstone said to Charles Stewart Parnell that he was the greatest man he had ever known and but for his divorce proceedings Ireland would have had her parliament The also of shame neutralized and destroyed the inlluence of his great ness And so with many a Christian One false step one sin committed under stress of temptation may blacken a fair name forever God save us from the also of shame In another Scrlpturewe have the also of tribulation We rejoice In hope of the glory of God and not only so but we rejoice in tribulation alsoRomans 53 We are saved now but there Ls a salvation to be revealed Christ is the morning star We face the east watching for the sunrise But have we learned to rejoice in tribulation also or do we regard the sorrows and calam ities of life as out of harmony with its joys and hopes Such is the view of unbelief A speaker once said that man and woman have been ever since creation fighting a duel each one striving for the preeminence If we have no faith in the superintending providence of God there seems to be a duel between sorrow and joy pros perity and adversity tribulation and jubilation but to a man who believes that all things work together for good to them that love God there Is no duel but a duet The deep bass notes of sorrow are in perfect harmony with the high exultant notes of joy When Jesus went Into a certain vII lage a certain woman named Martha received him into her house and sin had a sister called Mary which also sat at Jesus feet and heard his word This also is the vindica tion of Mary We are apt to think of her as neglecting her household du ties that she might sit at his feet and hear his words Martha com plained that she had been left to serve alone and Jesus took Marys Maryhadlug Christ and providing for him but she also sat at his feet and heard his word This also of devotion is necessary for the fullness and com pletion of our Christian life It is the mealtime of the soul Jesus said If I go and prepare a place for you I will come again and receive you unto myself that where I am ye may be also This also Whereliethis also it becomes a chariot of glory Into which I may step and be pearlJesus Imaytreat him here as we expect him to Fathershouseword mansion in this verse is the same as the word abode in another verse which says We will come witlhimwhile I am perparing an abode for tormej r 1ieMdif Take care of your stomnch Let Kodol digest all the food you cat for that is what Kodol does Every table spoonful of Kodol digests 21 ponnds thofyou or your money back Sold by all druggists slm Taken Up As astray lied sow weight about 250 pounds caine to my place about the 18th of August Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges tf SHELBY JETT Have You a BabyoThen 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 flatu lence give it Whites Cream Vermi f age The only cure that never falls perrlandThe Bourbon Fair Sept 711 will far exceed any previous Fair held by the old Bourbon County Agricultural Society Farmers mechanics railroaders laborers rely on Thomas Eclectric Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns or bruises at once Pain can not stay where it is used For Sale or Rent Farm of six acres on Big Hill pike just otsidecity limits Well improved and watered Good dwelling and outbuildings Possession Jan 1 Apply vritlih ten days to Mrs M D Coflield or B B Boen at Kingston 2t Billious Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Com plexion sallcw Liver needs wakjng up Doans Regulets cure billions attacks 25c at any drug store Lost Gold rim nose glasses with chain at tached Return to this offi- CePROPOSALS unItilstallation of a pole line aud lighting apparatus for the distribution of cur rent to the several buildings and tin lighting of the campus of the Eastern Kentucky Slate Normal School Rich mond Ky- Plans and specifications of all of the foregoing equipment may be seen at the oHms of the said S a e Normal School of Richmond Kyb and at the office of Anderson Fraokel Architects and Engineers Lexington Ky All proposals must be accompanied by a certified check of tO 2 per cent of the amount of the contract pricr payable to the Hoard of Regents of the Eastern KentuckyState Normal School to be a guaranty that the successful bidder or bidders will tutor into con tract with said school in accordance with bid and give fjootl security surety company having a local agent prefer red in an amount equal to 40 per cent of the contract pice 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 bids must be sealed aud addressed to the Board of Regents of the East era Kentucky State Normal School care of Anderson Frankel Architects Lexington Ky The law provides that all contracts will be let to the lowest bidder complying with the terms hereof and the statutes The right to reject any and all bids ia reservedBoard of Regents of the Eastern Ky State Normal School Rich mond Ky by J A SULLIVAN Chairman Executive Committee 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 patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal Yj which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted with our Coal and method of doing business tl rLJ Fully Guaranteed It is satisfactory to know that any article purchased Is fully guaranteed by the company Such is the case with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mrs s A Deatherajte who will be pleased to till all orders This corset is durable and comfortable as Mrs Deatherage is prepared to fit any size It Do not be deceived by unscrupulous imitators who would have you believe that the imitation pills are as good as DeWitts Kidney Bladder Pills There isnt anything just as good as these wonderful pills for the relief of Backache In- flammatIon of the bladder urlnaiy disorders and all kidney complaints Any one can take DeWitts Kidney- and Bladder Pills as directed in fect confidence of good results Sold by all druggists sun For Sale For wall paper see B Jnett A Son They sell it and hang it at reasonable prices You dont have to wait they have it in stock Phone 440 tt Her Life In Danger If You Have Catarrh or Veak Lungs Read This Some five years ago I was taken with a bad attack of bronchitis I was affected with a bronchial cough and cold The coigh was very bad at night and I would wake upchok lagand gasping for breath and there seemed to be a terrible stoppage in mv throat and tubes My throat was tender and irritable and had an aching sensation which was bad at times I doctered and used several different remedies but never received any permanent relief at kept the malady from coming on u 0ntilwhich to me is certainly infallible cured me and to it 1 ascribe the cause of my being alive Hyomei certainly saved my life and I accord it the credit it deserves There is nothing too strong for me to say of HyomelMrs Ads Hopkins Cutter Ave Coldwater Mich Hyomei is breathed into the lungs through a hard rubber inhaler and his soothing antiseptic air as it passes ver the inflamed membrane soothes the inflammation kills the microbes and cures catarrh Complete Hyomei outfit 1 includ ing inhaler extra bottles 50c at B Middleions who guarantee it MIONACures It relieves stomach misery sour stom ach belching and cures all stomach disease or money back Large box of tab lets 50 cents Druggists in all towns Farm of about 140 acres on Silver Creek All improvements For terms etc Apply to Mrs Minerva Barnes 3t RFPNol A Burglar In Town his name is bad cough He doesnt care for gold or sliver but will steal your health away If he appears in your house arrest him at once with Ballards Horehound Syrup it may mean consumption if you dont A cure for all coughcolds and chest perbottleslm For Rent Store room on First St Suitable for any kind of business Apply at tf A Dobrowsky SPRING IK RAPIDLY APPRO ACHING Nothing is daintier or prettier for spring or summer lingerie than Hand Work and- Embroidery Miss Eva RobertsI carries a full line of 0materials withstamp ing outfit and will be pleased to Lave htr friend 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 Teleplionj 267 Office in Oldham Building Dr C Graduate OJ HMa1nhartl Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWERED PBOMPTLY omce at Vaughn I Samuels Stable Telephone 99 RICHMOND KY O DM OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW tlCHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nlta grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Borgia Den- nyDENTIST Over State Dank ITrust Company TKLEPflONE 296 Dr FS Smith DENTIST ft Hobson Building PHONE 205 i A S1TIiLJ VANf rTOItlYAr 81mIKOND nTUOKY Jftce ovet EHateBiKBlc k Trust Co Of 306it Court He M0 oa Main Street HuyyH BI DENTIST I WiMi4 it1 Supreme Satisfaction =1 J9 t in every Salad made with FerndeII Salad Dressing It saves time and you run no chance of your Salad being a failure Its absolute ly pure its flavor is delicious its eco nomical because it can be reduced without loss of vorISample Bottle 25 Cents TT Gouingtoqi Co Phone 72 232 West Main street i + George EngIih- PLUMBINGfor I 1Doctor1 Gas and Gasoline Engines 1 Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works for country and suburban homes I i 210 E Main Street Phone 619 I IRICHMOND KENTUCKYl Freeman Grider Real E3tate Fire Life Accident and Liability Insurance Agents I If you want to sell your property list it with them If you want to insure it see themI Officd over Perry Thomas Drug Store i L Ii i The Schlegel Studio PortraitsI Views and Special attention to Amatuer WorkICall and see us Respectfully McGaughey Moberley Not In The Trust THE ADMIRAL- IS THE BEST MOWER THE SUCCESSFUL FARMER I KEEPSUPTO On Farm Machines The great advance in farming methods has kept pace with die improve 1racat of farm machines The most successful farmers have always been to consider new ideas and better machines Farmers never have been more progressive tlisn today That is why the Admiral mower has so quickly established itself in their favor They recognize the great value of its features chief among which are Powerful keen cutting appa correspondingincreJseuniform tilt and all the other features that have made Walter A Wood mowers famous wherever grass is grown If you are going to buy a pleasureforask us at any timethe sooner the bet- terDouglas Simmons Ag nts i t A OFSHOWS = 5 6 BIG 00 DAYS 5NIGHTS 19O9 rSTATE FAIR 3000P IN PREMIUMS hORSE SHOWfANDlHIPPODROMEl J JAX1 8 DAILY RACES NATIELLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WOX 25 OIEATI SIDEISIIQWSLONTliE SSJ25 uusMdkieedee4ikIe4MiatfccIrMtaed rat MgaftkMt Lle Stock FarHlM la DM wd4 edec eI a Hi wmh Hte C9ME 0LOW RAILROAD PATESFOIL INFORMATIONCATALOOUmnNTKT BLANKS AMfcKSS c JWNEWMAN5eGrettrT e 390 Paul Jon a Zldg LvwUriH Ky AT JLOLJISVI LHL EsE PT 13 4 151617 r O