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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f v = RoICHMONDCLl1MAX J i- bcTtt r f r 61 I C VOLUME RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1909 3 NUMBER 15 lll WALL PAPER jBKOWERS FURNITURErSome good things left from last weeks selling i whichmust be closed out Read the tempt ing prIces BrownSettee regular piice 1150 special price c8 50 50Rocker3 piece Weathered Oak Suit 1275 special price 8 50 00GrepnGreen Slat Chair regular price 600 special price 4 50 Brown Settee regular price 650 special price 4 50 Green Rocker Settee regular price 650 special 4 50 Brown Rocker regular price 400 special price 2 50 00OldOld Hickory Chair regular price 300 special i50 Green Chair regular price 250 special price 175- ReedS wing Chair natural color 250 special 1 25 Reed Sewicg Chair brown color Y 250 special 1 25 l Cf FBrower Cdt Mm AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KYVI i el When in Need of Plastering or Concret- eMATERIALrsP hnURNSIDf SEEIROBINSON J Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND We also handle all kinds of Feed IWe Sell May Manton r Patterns 10tc Each s he Right Way to get good work is D buy your paper from and up to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger Farm Notes Corn ground cob and all together with a portion of oats makes a good feed not only for cows but tho horses as well A bulletin declares that the terrific heat of the last few days has killed more than 99 per cant of the boll wcavils in Texas and Oklahoma- T I Davis of Winchester bought last week in Bourbon county a fancy combined mare for which he refused an offer of 100 Tuesday I C James lost three horses in the past two weeks making a total of 61 horses to die in the 25 yearsho has been in the livery business in Har rodsburgThe who has planted a bl corn crop this year will get big returns- for his time and money That seems to be the consensus of opinion of well posted men H D Stiles of Danville Ky soul to Wheelijg Spalding of Bards town 15 mules 15 to 15 and onehalf hands high at 15000 per head Wool at thirty cents beats tobacco at most any old price Tobacco kills the land while sheep improves it Some of these old farms have been worn out by tobacco culture could be made to produce sheep The Cynthiana Democrat says Mondayreports handed in by solici tors for the Burley pool bring the total average signed in Harrison county up to 32S1 acres out of esti mated 6000 acres Reports come from the cities that an egg famine seems due this winter The reason is that eggs have been scarce this year and only a few have been put in cold stoiagc At Winchester J N Bush lost a two year old steer some time ago and in its stomach was a ball about as big as a baseball and covered with a leathery substance It was com posed almost entirely of hair and was as solid as a baseball A correspondent says Dont give your milk cows salt at night uuless they have free access to water Best time for salt is in the morning- It is stated that the Thanksgiving crop will be scarce as many of the fowls have died from the wet weather and some mysterious disease Out of a total of 210 turkeys batched Mrs rG912 W P BAXTER PL Dimmitt of Bourbon formerly of Mason county has just four tur keys left and this is but one of many similar reports made in the Bluegrass section of this stale A special from Glasgow says that a record price for new corn west es tablished this week when t5 per barrel was paid for a lot of Barren county corn in the field Considering the enormous crop of corn in the western corn belt it looks as if some one will lose money on that transaction Plenty of corn widens the profits of the farm for SOper cent is consumed at home it means to the farmer a large feeding business the fattening of more pork the rearing for the market of moro cattle The value of the corn id not measured on the farm by the market quotations but by the value of hogs and cattle A Pike county farmer solved the sheep killing dog problem in a suc cessfui way After he had lost thirty sheep he built in the pasture a square pen of logs and roofed it but left a big hole in the middle in which he suspended part of a sheep Nearly every morning when he went to the pen he found one or morn dogs in there which he quietly put out of business In the course of the win ter he caught about forty dogs and didnt lose any more sheep Moreover he kept on good terms with his neighbors which is a hard thing to do if you shoot their dogs and go around bragging about it Experiments wade recently by the Vermont Experiment Station show that when milked three times a day each cow gave the most and poorest milk in the morning less of the rich est milk at noon and the least of a medium quality at night The fat contents only flcctuated the solids not fats remaining not altered The trials seemed to indicate that as a regular form practice there is not enough to be gained from an extra milking to repay its cost As a temporary means of increasing the flow it may prove of use Prompt delivery perlect work reasonable prices The Rich mond Steam Laundry Insures all these Phone 52 tf Lost or Stolen White and liver colored pointer pup Missed about Aug 21 Reward for re turn Carl Todd tf ISend Them- Moneygrams An ad in this paper for any business whatever is buyingThey appreciate your belief in their financial standingThey your goods A monen ram never was marked collect The currency pours into your cash box of its own free will If your bargains are advertised big your sales are big strongforceful Such ads inspire commercial confidence GET WISE ADVERTISING TIME IS TODAY Cop jrrUht ITO bj w N U Donts For Pupils The enterprising school committee of neighboring city has caused to be printed a set of donts to be im pressed upon the public school pupils They have been pasted in all the text books and the importance of observing them will be impressed upon the young people at every turn Here is the list Dont swap chewing gum apple cores candy whistles or bean blow ers or anything that is put in the mouth Do not spit if you can help it Never spit on a slate floor or sidewalk Spitting promotes consump tl6n and other diseases Do not put the fingers into the mouth Never lick your lingers when turning pages or counting money Do not put pencils into the mouth or wet them with the lips Do not put money into the mouth Do not put anything into the mouth except food and drink For Sale A good second hand buggycheap For particulars call at the Richmond Carriage Works Mules Ready Money The average farmer is probablynot aware of the fact that an average mule sells for 10 per head more than horses Such is the case and the price has been gradually rising for a number of years There has never been what could be called an overproduction of mules while the mar ket has often been unable to supply the trade The mule matures more quickly than the horse and can be placed on the market from one to two years sooner than the average horse This means largo profit to producers and quicker returns for investment A woll fed mule can bo worked at two years of a 1 with safety if the pro per judgement is exercised by the driver They are much less nervous than a horse thus much less liable to accident or blemish A blemish that wonld make a good horse unsalable would take but a trifle from a mule The mule is less liable to wire cuts and blemishes for the reason that they are more careful about running into anything than a horse is You will seu six or eight horses scarred from it- Tho mule is a taxpayer and a mort gage lifter for the farmer he is ready sale at weaning time at one year two years or when be is able to work fbe mule is ready money at any age The horse colt does not sell woll until it is three or four years old and broken to work and drive Eczema Is Now Curable Zemo a clean liquid for external use stops itching instantly and per manently cures eczema and every form of itching skin or scalp disease Perry and Thomas the druggists say Zomo is the most successful and mer itorious lemedy he has over scld for the prompt relief and positive cure of eczema and every form of itching skin disease Ask for sample and see display and photos of many remark able cures made by Zemo tf White Plymouth Rocks For Sale- I have a few nice white Plymouth Rock Pullets and cockrels for sale a D Miller- Riciulond Ky Switches and puffs made to order Stock on hand to select from I also have in stock triangles chignons in fact everything in hair dressing Iguar- antee to restore grey hair to its original color Call and see me at 421 Walnut St Mrs Alice Harper I buy hair and combings and clippings 3m The old stock for you 111 FOR you AND4 YOURMFEjAchccrful pretty bedroom will help you to start in a cheerful pleasant mood Its a haven of rest for you to come back to at night Andall day long it is a pleasure to your wife To make a pretty bedroom it is m ore important to have L i tastefulfuraiturethatharmonizestlanfurniturethatmerelyr costs a lot A brass bed or a pretty white iron bed if ti birdseyeltwo straight back chairs to match a mirror five foot high screwed on to n closet door n sofa ur holstered n cretonne a Y shirtwaist box covered with the same and the cretonne 4 repeated in hangings at the window over white muslin curtains a light colored rug on the floorall this does tnot east very much ifyou rum us and makes a room Come in and talk it OTerjDont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your bedroom a haven ofrest No other mattress is so comfortable Made in four grades of superiority 1050 to 2250 Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed superior to any other advertised mattress We sell it on 60 nights trial If you tan part with it at the end of that time we will fv return your money without question or comment r J OiDBAM and LACKEY rmr j stan6 esps s st7t Day Phone 76- Night W SO ROL h1GB 136 229 411 Undertaking a Specialty THE HllSTLINfl I4 STORE 30 Days Reduced Prices PhoneWALLPAPER We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each Owing to our having been so hindered during the early spring season by the repairing on our storefront we find ourselves withentirely too many spring goods to carry over Therefore for the next thirty days we will offer our customers r fi i l EXtraordinarykf j IJ lt I rn r 0 i TaIUes iol tfr in order to reduce our surplus stock We are one house which alwayshas done are now doing and win continue to do business on the fixed principle of telling the truthabout our merchandise and giving our patrons the most and the best for their money It has been our greatest L desireto have our friends buy from us without any fear misrepresentation on our part and to command greater volume of business by absolutely honest methods living up to what we say either in advertising or otherwise We now tell you that you can buy anything inxsummer goods in our store at reduced prices and we ask you to come and see if this is true before passing judgment We will not pame many prices but we have stocks of goods to selland it will be very profitable to you to make us a visit Especially low prices on all Ready to wear Goods Waists t Suits Skirts etc We have knifed to the bottom all mens light weight clothes Talkabout ucneap ri jftV lWewi1l uroi prise you bY offering suitsjm 19Sup frr lJ if 1i 1j r LVERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS h j f 1 tj t HAIVIILTONHHOS t f jjf Jiit r 3QkMAiN i 1 bri1 t tVf of 0 J I C HM 0 N D i i 11 h i j I f i j I FALL 1 Is HERE 11 iF and itis about time you are thinkIing about winter clothes We have a beautiful line of Fall and Winterv 0 goods Everything in W pn r t Woolen Goods Silks Flannellettes t Ginghams Challies Merserized Bengalines Outings i j iT the very best values for your money We wish to call your special at t tention to our SILK WAIST PAT TERNS both in fancy and plain Prices ranging S3pS 498 598 I a pattern Call aiasee us OWEJV 4KeeThe Richmond Climax nnilSlED am WEBIESOII THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor PRESS ind FBICE 1001 PER YEAR IX ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 15 1909 IN some quarters it may causa sur prise to know while Dr Frederick NorthLmans greatest the actual visiting of the pole will add very little to the scientific knowledge of the world concerning polar conditions If Dr Cook had with him at the time the proper instruments considerable light may be thrown upon the magnetic influence of the pole but for practical pnrposes the scientists of the world haye long known about as much concering the pole as if somebody hadactually visited it The quest for the polewhich has cost so many lives and the expendi ture of so much money has really baen a quest for adventure and to attain a thing that many wise men have declared to be unattainable It probably gave Dr Cook and his partyor at least Dr Cook himself for his Eskimo party probably was unable to comprehend much about ita thrill to stand upon the north pole where time was not as all meridians meet there and where a man might stand with one foot on one side of the earth and the other foot on the opposite side It will cause a trill in American breasts too to realize that it is the Stars and Stripes that floats from the pole Venturesome spirits now can only turn their attention to the discovery of the South Pole Lieutenant Shackleton recently reached a point every near that extremity and just near enough to make him confident that it can be attained After that has happened there will remain few spots on the earths surface that have not been trod by the foot of civ ilized man J Mr John D Wakefield the well known Louisville newspaper man has cast aside the gray goose quill and embarked in the brokerage bust ness in the knlls City While his legion of newspaper friends wish all success for the clever and polished x gentleman yet they dislike very much to lose him from their ranks 4 i Wake is one of the best news ffyV gathers in this section and his writ tf ings are always read with deepest sL interest as the readers know that jivAvhat lie says is reliable lIe is ono jjpf the cleverest fellows in the State fsahd the press gang sincerely trust that he will quickly make a fortune filn the new venture and return to the ibId j Notwithstanding the fact that the f election of the Democratic nominees K ffpr county offices is assured yet Jho Fjcandidates are making a thorough nvaS ol the several precincts jk tfJhis Is a good idea for while there is t Ijp npd6ubt of the election of the splen iWt1cket yet the candidates should g1 geGout and become better acquainted pith the people Our friends the 5rads are a cunning set however and lbelleye In a still hunt and should be Witched cosely Theyll bear fewitchlng r V j THE first number of OSullivans opiNlonpubtisbed In LoulsvllloDr peared last week and like Its 1Ili E OSullivan is a corker It Ji eSSik full of Interesting matter 1KIlgwitkthat ktioa hUmorand wM 1It 1 n rrd clalf M JD a i t p1Uvi tadl fc thwMU tilts kM 1MN wi1 It t J 4 him by the Kentucky newspaper men his cup of joy will be filled to ove flowing TIlE Lexington Gazette says a Washington judge has decided that the expression to bell with you is not profane nor legally punishable The final arbitrament of the matter however will be with the fellow to whom it is addressed If he is a Kentuckian he will hardly answer Go there yourself as they do over in Ohio and think it wipes out the insult KNOX county is without a jail the old one having been razed to erect a new one and report says the prison erJ have been put to work Ifall prisoners were put to work instead of being allowed to lounge in the bastile there would be fewer jails needed THE Cynthiani Democrat says the pantalcnn gown has made its appear ance and the girl that wears it next fall wont have to scratch matches on the wall Personals Prof T J Coates was in London last week Mayor Woods was in Lancaster Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Ed Powell and son have been visiting in Louisville Mr C A Taylor left last week for a trip through Mexico Mr and Mrs Ballard Luxon were in Lexington Saturday Dr Leslie Rice of Frankfort has been visiting relatives here LexiugtonIsMr Becham Lackey and wife have been visiting in Nicholasville Prof J D Clark of Lexington was a guest here last week Miss Sue Wocds of Stanford Is the guest of Mrs Kit Chenault Mrs D L Cobb of Cynthiana has been visiting Miss Mollie File Miss Mary Barrett Smith has again entered State Collage Lexington Mrs Irvine Blanton is in Louisville visiting Mrs Edmund B Hume Mr and Mrs Edward Schan are visiting relatives in Jeffersonville Miss Edna Giunchigliani is again at the Cincinnati College of Music Mrs Bcttie Poyntz is visiting her sister Mrs Jesse Turner in Paris Mrs Lucy White is visiting relatives and friends in Barbourville Mr and Mrs ItL Burton of Buck eye were visitors here the past week Mrs Hubert Griggs is at home from a visit to Louisville relatives Mrs George Snyder of Mt Sterl ing is visiting Mrs D M Chenault Miss Chinn of Frankfort came last week for a visit to Mrs J J Green leaf Miss Frankie Coyle of Nicholas ville was a visitor here the past weekMrs Mattie Terrill and niece Miss Susie Lcavell are vislting in Lancas ter Mrs William Bullof Mississippi is visiting her mother Mrs William CroweMisses Jennie Dickerson and Ruth Ray of Buckeye have entered the Normal School Mrs Silas ex5ngtonispent last with Mrs + LoulsiJ- Schlegel wi r Mrs R R TeSpleiaan of Carlisle is visiting Mrs EfMftTempleman and daughterMr Schlegel came last week for a visit to nU mother Mrs Louts SchlegeJ Mrs Walter XcKay land baby f VanIMr and Mrs Matt Hacker were in Nichoiasvillo Saturday They will shortly move there to live as Mr Hacker will eoatlnue with the L A N UdJt8t rkykiia7 IrlMie wo rft i re i ILJ4 1cMiss Lucy Adams has returned from a pleasant sojourn at Crab Orchard Mrs Gilbert Grinsteadof Somerset is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Lyman Parrish daughterMissvisit to Danville Mr J S Joplin of Bloomington Ill bas joined his wife here for a visit with relatives Mr and Mrs P G Cropper who have been visiting here have returned to Parkland Ky Mrs R W Smith has returned to Irvine after a visit to her sister Mrs Paris at Kirksville Mr ewton Heacox of Lexington was a guest last week of his sister Mrs Elmer Deatherage Mrs Breckonridge Maupin accom panied by her daughter is taking a treatment for rheumatism at Mt Jackson Sanatarium Ind daughterKatherIno Dr and Mrs C J Bales Mr Arther Steen of Madiscn Wis conson was a guest last week of Mr C L laggart anti family R E Dozier of Knoxville was called to Newby last week to see his sister Mrs Cordie Griggs daughtering friends and relatives here Miss Eva Smith left Friday for Ox ford Ohio SherStanford Journal lion and Mrs w H Shanks and Mr H J Mc Roberts are visiting Mrs Shanks parents in Madison Miss Rose Boyd Wilson and Mrs Orville Browning who have been OhaveMessrs William and Joe Evans have returned to Panama Mr tSarnett Chenault accompanied themI and will reside there jn the futuref Mondnyfora position in Campbell Hagcrman College and will continue her study of music IMr and Mrs Clinton Griggs of entertained Mr and Mrs Jnot Burrus of Lexington and Mr and Mrs Bud Haden of Richmond last weekdMr and Mrs John Hart aqd two sons have returned to Richmond Va after spending two weeks with Mrs Harts brother Mr A K Mc Cann and family Estill Herald Miss May Grinstead has returned from a visit in Richmond She was accompanied by Mrs T J EmyLaneThe Climax is under obligations to Miss Lucia Burnam for a number of Salt Lake City papers Mss Burnam has been spending some weeks visit ing friends in that and other North Western cities- Lancaster Record Mrs J M Dickerson and son Ed were guests of Mrs B C Potts at Richmond lns- tweekJ B Walker of Richmond is the guest of Mrs W 0 Rigney Miss Emma Do Jarnett of Richmond Is the guest of Mrs J S JQhnson Miss Edna Ballew of Richmond is the guest of her aunt the Misses athomemond A pretty compliment to Miss Jose MissesMay hourMondaycozy home on Fourth St The dainty and delicious menu was served in beautIfulInhand painted china The center rosesOovers DlnnMayHarriett Parrish The afternoon was pleasantly spent at the doubleheader ParisUlIItUIIo IIt WfIII rBASE BALL I Notes and AJI How They Stand Clubs Won Lost Pct lesterh U chmondhjJ 45 619 J m 01 57 517 iS31Lexington Take Two From Hustlers The Winchesters came to town Wednesday witbblood iu their eyes for the last series of the season with Rich mond On these trio games depended whether or not Richmond was to have a chance for the pennant and each side fought desperately but luck favored the Pioneers and they were the victors in two of the most exnitlng games cf the year The score in the first one was 3 to e duo to the fine pitching of McCoamick and the timely stickwork of Krng Maloney sad McCormick Grohe Maloney anti Those also did splendid work in the field McCor mick let the Hustlers down with only Liar Hits two of them coming in tbe second round when Ellis led off with ii ripple and scored on Stouts single which was the only run they ould get over the rubber Toney was on the mound for the Hustlers and our boyr found him forseven bits most of thru coming at times when badly needed In the second game which was played Thursday tao of the best pitchers in lie league opposed each other Golde or Richmond and Burden for Win chester ItWIIS strictly a hitcher iiattle but errors behind Burden le Richmond get two runs while Golden has hoidinz the enemy safe It looked on two or three different occasion as II he Hustlers wore coin to score but Golden was too much for them am they fell short and as a consequence were shut out Golden struck out twelvo men and allowed live hits only two of them coming together Burden struck out three and allowed oul three hits The fielding of Reid Goosetree and Barney for Winchester and of Welch Maloney and Thos featured the gamo Wins From Frankiort The Pioneers won a game Friday and one Saturday from ttic Lawmakers and by eo doing kept in striking dis Lance of the flag The first game was a slow affair and was won by the Pioneers by tLc score of C to 2 Cornell and Creagerwero the opposing pitcliert and Crenger was by odds the best lie allowed ouly five hits nnd was nevor in danger On the other hand Cornell was not at his best and the Pioneers ound him for ten bits The fielding Krog and Welch was the most brilliant seen here this season and their woik busted many of Frankforts hopes The game Saturday was a farce the Pioneors romping away with it by tie score of 15 to 0 linker wsa sent to tht mound by the Lawmakers and the reception given him by our at hints was a warm one indeed They f uud him for a total of 1C hits two of them being homers one by Krng and ono by Whit taker one a threo bagger by McOor mick and a double by Grohe While the Pioneers were doing all this hitting the Lawmixkars could not do a thinj with McCormick getting only three hits during the six innings he was the mound McCormick retired ort favor of Noah and the giant from Dayton refused to let them lave a bit while lie was working And thus ended the season with the Lawmakers Hoodoo Still At Work The hoodoo which has fallowed the Pioneers throughout the sea ln with reJardto Sunday games and especial ly with Lexington vrai still at work and as a consequence the Pioneers went down in defeat at the hands of the Colts by the score of 4 to a in au eleven inning game The Pioneers started out like they meant to win the game early the score stain ing 2 to 0 in the third inning but be fore the sixthwas reached the Colts had fanned to the front by one run ur bobs tied it up in tile eighth and t stood this way until the eleventh when with two out a runner was allowed to get hone wih the winning run If ah reports me true that rut worth 200 to the Lexington team or it is said that ouny Thomas hat greed to pay that stun to Lexington players for a victory Pretty costly pennant but some people seem to have motley to throwaway Golden was in the box for Richmond and but for four costly errors by his teammates would hays scored a victory for he bad the Culls at lilt mercy striking out ten of them Robins also pitched good ball but didnt eserve to win Break Eyen With Paris d911bleheaderfirst game by the score of C to l but Paris got the secuud by the score of 11 h3ThJ first game was a very gjod one both side playing very good ball but the second wa3 the worst extiibiuVa put up by the Pioneers for many mot opposedeachwere about evin Oar boys put npa genie t1ht overcoming a lead of three rubberscoreinsend another one oyer in our half ol the ninth in order to get the long end of the purse withNoahPoole for Paris Noah did not last liltdeliverywiththeecorestanding Slut SaIlyIUd not extend himself and runs continued to cross the plate RicIimortin forParisTIlE Richmond Steam Laundry at year service Call or ring 52 II You Have alanli or Wcalt Lungs Read This Best He Ever Used saystlPOIiIFVCurearid think it is the best remedy fir cholera that I ever used Sold by Perry Thomas No Babies No Ballots The Elizabethtowu News Bays some cold hearted cynic started the try thoverIWith iMtyee tt jH friihkt Manual Training and Shop Work For the Boysand Young Men Ono of the new courses tit ho East era Kentucky State Normal School this year will be that of Drawing and Manual IfcbnncalI course should bo of special tho high school students who are contemplating taking an engineering course The work In mechanical drawing will begin In the most fundamental manner and will be carried along by easy steps to tho more difficult work Any high school student or grammar school student can take this work without any trouble In fact any one with a knowledge of fundamental arithmetic would find little difficulty in the work By devoting the regular school year to the drawing the average boywould find little trouble in holding a position during the summer doing tracing or detail work This work would have the double advantage of furnishing a source of Income and also giving the best possi ble practice Tho manual training will be conducted on the second flooi o the New Power Building Thi entire floor space has been divided U 30 as to make a first class shopwit all tool rooms wash rooms etc Then will be a complete set of tools foi etch boy taking bench work and alt plentyof space for him to do hi work in without interfering with an ono else For tho tat 10 work then will be separate tools for each lathi and such work will bo done as is ustia in a course of this kind rhe shoj will be larger enough to accommodaU about 30 students at one time and ai least two poriods a day can be givoi to the work This workis iuvaluabli to lho awkward boy and will be re membered with pleasure by tho en gineering student when he enter 5 freshman Citizens of Richmond nrt invited to visit the department afte it is in operation Listen Girls Do you want a handsome 100 pan o meol the best makes and sweetest ones Of course you do Well Thf Climax is going to give away two ol these superb instrument one in Rich nond and one in fadtaon county t be most popular girls Read the par ihulars printed in this issue of The Climax mId got busy The voting will commence next week so get you announcement in riel away It wilt cost you nothing Important Laws As the recant ordinances pissed by the City Council are of very great im portance The Oimax hiss decided to reproduce the two below that our pee ole will know lust what the laws are Read them Section It shall be unlawful any person firm or corporal ion to o comply with the sidiinv resolution directing them to met reconstruct or repair any walk gutter or curbing in fiaid upon vhch their property abuts the cot of winch does not exceed tho tnin f209 Any encti person firm or cur poration who Minll within a reason ble time after being duty notified fill iocomply with the requirements of a resolution directing them to construct reconstruct or repair any sidewalks in said City upon which their property abuts the cost of which does not exceed two hundred and fifty dollars shall bn deomed guilty of a mis demeanor and fined the sum ol two lollars and every days dplinquency shall be deemed a separate offense Section 7 It hall be unlawful for anv perron or firm or corporation to construct reconstruct or repair any sidewalk abutting or bordering on their lot or lots of land in BHU City without first obtaining written perrais personfirmdinance shall be fined not less than ton dollars nor more than one hundred dollars Getting Rich If John D Rockefeller lives li l his eightieth birthdayand he ha salt be will reach IOOhe will become the first billionaire in history In the last two years Standard Oil the wonderful automatic moneymaking maubino of hie creation has increased his fortune by S 000 000 This is the increme lit of the rise in value of the slock alone Standard Oil stock sold at 712 Insl- week the highest it has reached since the panic of 1007 rho stock lies risen 322 points from the low ebb of 390 at which it sold on November 4 1007 Like a rolling downhill Rocko tailors wealth js steadilv growing nnd ho is as powerless to stop it oven If he CheCkjthe v Ilprn is a good Btory ota milt who was determined to commit FiucTde JIe wont to a sore and bought a ropr a can of oil a box of matches a cli se of rnonIe and a revolver He went down to the river and pushed the boat from the shore ani wnd d to whore the limb hung over saturated hiv cotlih g with the oil Ilghtod a match anti tIt fire to his clothin ofIarsenic Put the to hii temple pushed the boat from under him and pulled the trigger lint tho bullet glanced and cut tbe rope above him and he fell kerflop into the river the water put the firo ont and ho got strangled aud coughed up the arsenic lIe arose antI waded out and declared himself a candidate for the legislature on the reform ticket Money In Apples Thalatest bulletin from the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station shows what can ho done in the way of raisingapples in ObloJ tolls of a man who last year sold TG50 barrels of apples from his 12 acres near Fee mont for approximately 7400 His net returns from the crop exceeded 15 500 or nearly 500 per acre Tim man is John Stokes and his three 4acre orchard contains 564 trees in all ranging in age from 12 to 24 years His pig yield was obtained through no marked superiority of stock or soil but simply through intelligent and scientific treatment of the tree which were sprayed at the right times and with the right preparations Sensible Girls Harrodsbnrg Herald Tho girls in a Kentucky town have organized themselves in a society who have rc fused to marry any man who drinks uses tobacco or refuses to take the home paper Drinking regarded as the greatest objection tobacco chew ing coming next while the young man who dont take the home paper is regarded as not being intellectual S While these Kentucky girls have P probably made freaks of thcmsflvct by announcing in stentorian tones what requirements are expected ol the young men who would seek thai 0 hands in matrimony yet it is a fact that too many sell themselves entire too cheaply being stone blind ti ill that concerns their future happ ness Funny isnt it that many girl Vill trust a tellow with their happi ness that the town butcher would not rut with a pound of liver Th Value of a Smile There are occasions af couis1 such a funerals and death beds where tie dmile is out of place but barring occas lions of that kind you are not apt to smile too much There is the case 01 Joe Buroi the New York waif win raised a quarter of a million for other of his kind He did it they say be causelie kept smiling when there wat little ason why he should He wai itiffering with tuberculosis of the bones when he was five years old and there seemed little hope that he could re over The boy was sent to a hopitai placed in a plaster cast but krpt smil ng Jlecaiuo ot tbis they called hill irailing Joe President Kcosevelt neard of him and stopped and saw Joe end hsmile He said people should furnish funds to help hint JoInt D R ickefeller saw the smile and offend 125000 to form a chiidreus Ubspital iI in equal amount was raised A news SmilingJoewill probably have no chance to cash OUr mile for a quarter ofa million but it will make life easier for you and others It is worth cultivating remember it grows that way For Sate The undersigned Executors of the estate of James Buimetr deceasedwill on Tuesday Sept 28 J909 at 2 oclock p In on the premises be tween North and Irvine Streets Rich mond sell at public auction Nine City Lots Six of these lots front 272 feet on Ir vine audliHvo a depth of 12Q feet and upon live of them there are nice small frame houses Three of these lots front on North St and have a depthdf 144 feet Tarras made known on day of sale Foriurthtr Jlal tlc ars npnly to S C BENNETT W O BUSNETT ExecutorstonrTom rql7po Report oftJie Condition of the Madison National Bank at Richmond KIt tlieclozeot- Septbusiness lISZt RESOURCES TiOvftrilrnftseccuretlontl WHoinlsficcurlticOanklnnr house furniture und TfOOOODue 21DuolinU bankers Trust CoinjiunietJ 33Diiclrotitapprovcxl EnXuwnFnlctlonul paper currOncy nickels S3LnvulSpecie t tUia W 00RciIeinptHiii5 per cenjOrclrculattoii 5000 W TotaLmhn 51000981 LIABILITIES TOSurpluspro css expenses 7F7I5IndividualehecJru zri7 TI KcjwivcU for taxes 71 TqtoLmu J510004 8 IIIBCounty I Kobt K Burnam Cnnliterof the nbovc named bank do solemnly swear that the uiyknqwlcdcRobt R Burnnni Cashier thisltteUayJ W Crooke Notary Public Correct Attest A R I1URNAN N HDBATHBRAOR WALLEKBENHETT Directors Condensed Report of the Condition of the CitizensNatioiial Bank of Richmond Ky at the close of business Wednesday 1Sept J 1909 As rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency rResDLirpesl ril Loans and Dtscouuts 2S2592 52 Overdrafts 9i3O65- U So Bonds to SequiCrulati nr v- Banking1 92OOOO House etc 9450Co Cash and Due from Banks 101J2U87 Tota t i62l504 liabilities 00Surplus57OOOOJDTotal 462 18504 Let us doa share oi your business SuARI1S Pii J wokc1i4za 4 + rJi Q r c IIjJ w StaniKr Soper r I As we must vacate the building we now oc I cupy for repairs we will offer what we have I t left of our entire stock at I 2 Priceand less We have over 2000 pairs of 1 1 all kinds of mens womens boys and misses Shoes in good condition We also have 1 00 mens and boys Overcoats quite a lot of ir Smens heavy Underwear odd Trousers mens Corduroy Suits Negligee Shirts Top Flan nel Shirts Neckwear Etc We hope to gets our building repaired and be able to resume 1 tt business with a new stock by November J g Stanifer Soper Richmond Kentucky S CC The Supreme Event of the SeasonIOPERA c HOUSE 18 J E Cline presents Americas youngest and most promising legitimate star c MAY STEWARTm accompanied by the eminent Shakespearian actor JOSEPH DeGROSSE and a r company of unusual excellence in a mafinificent production of rol licking Night or What You Will Special Matinee 2 oclock Romeo and Juliet Prices Matinee 25c 50c 75c children to any part of house 25c Night 25c P50c 75c 81 four rows 150 Special scenery magnificent costumes Seats on sale at White Wines drug store j 8 Farm of about HO ucren on Silver Creek All improvements For term utc Apply to Mrs Minerva Barnes 3t RFP Nol Sale OF city Pro erty Tho undersigned as executors of tbe will of H B DillinKhiin anti as agents for his heirs and devisees will o- nFriday1 Oct 16 15LQ9 beginning at the hour of 10 oclock offer for snie at public outcry to tbe highest and best bidder in front of the late residence of H 1k Dillinghnni inMain street in Richmond the follow- Ing pieces of real e tato located within the corporate limits of the city cf Kichmond Ky 1 A substantial modern brick residence on Vest Main St lately occupied by IL U Dillinghnm with all o land contiguous to same cot j mining three acres more or less The house U substantially built and handsomely finished contains nine rooms including bathand store rooms and ha a superb cellar and gasflietion anti has all necessary outbuild lug including stable ice house cnr byanthroughho2 Also 1 acres of mail located at pkeanllresidedce ly II D Ravburn this lot is improved with n substantial two story frame dwelling contains six rooms anti barn and other necei Mry outbuildings Sep Twelfth V1a1 3 Two tracts of land located at the intersection of the L NandL A Railroads The tracts of land contain about three acres more or less and will be sold in separate par cels arid would make fine sties for anykindon following terms one third cash on theltdayofJnouary 1010 for which security be required and the residue in two equal installments due respectively in six and twelv month after the 1st day of January 1910 de ferred payments to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Jan 1 1910 at which time possession will be given putchaser an to secure payment lien will be reserved The tittle to this property is abso lutely perfect and sale wit I be mt de without wservation for purpose of distribution- S II Thorpe Joe Cbcnault H D Ravburn Executors Public Sale I will expose to Public S If on Saturday Sept 25 t09 at i oclock ii m on the premise on Second Street Richmond Ky EIGHT LOTS These lots will trout 20 feet on Second strpflt between Malt and Waicrstreeie and have a dep hflt05 feet They are among tlif must dsir4 sit s iu IOwa eitlcr for i iiMiifS3 or resident1 purpose They will1e Kod stpzIratn- itttt hen us a wliul wnd the w way bringing thebigliest piles will lt accepted Tei ins mcclu known on 1av ol sn i For further particulars apply 10 John C Farley Exec Lout Tom Olieiiault Aiut 8t 11and comedyr Executors Saturday For Sale II Fine Blue Grass FarmI f k The undersigned as executor of tI e estate of James Bennettrdeceased will on Thursday October 14 1909 at 10 oclock a m on the premises soil at public auction the fine farm ofI225 acre ot land known as tie Dr Scott place situated just outside tbeIcity limits of Richmond Ky on the Tates Creek pike and within me mile of the Court tionse On thi farm IH K flratclasx twostory six room exclude lag hails and pautrv resiiimice with large cellar stable anti all other neces ary lwprov moiiis The mho farm is in lrntas anti is now in tin hiui est stale of cultivation Bfciug walinc and sugar tree land it is pnttiinoly fitted lor raising tobacco It is abond andy supplied with water Ve will also M th 8ine antI place it tn tti 1ighest And t i hdrfolldwtntf piisuiial pf ii riv vz 40 Extra uood f tig cattle vigtiitii alioir 1UO itst rustS tail and tuttle toll mit neJ and one mare mule 2 years uld pst tinhurkea Tcrtns Farm OUt1 bird cash hal ance in two xjual iLftaliinents due in fone and two vaun with tixper cent n eu f f s Piisiisi iirtjKiix vii i IIH sold for h Fofiirlnt inf inflifMi apjh to S HKNNETT I Exvcutors W BENNETT rNIg 7111 01111 ttutioiier The Golfers Maxim Better 16 years of golfing than a cycle of croquet fOur Bed Room Sets i The sets we are showing now we believe represent the biggest t values ever offered in this vicinity They are all superbly manufactured from the finest materials are of the latest design and eyefvtI flC prices are terms easy and yogr credit is good iry our easy payment plan you will likc t A dollar orf two al I week will do l J c r rLtJr9AN and ffldcINS + HfOttE FURNISHERS We are Headquarfc Hjor Sewing Machine Supplies for all Machines 64 y 1 tir u 1 jy Ii 4 j fJ i 1iL1V i Ji- t1H T 41f FAiLISHERE I 1 and it Is gout time you are think ing about winter clothes We have a beautiful line of Fall and Winter goods Everything in rvXrKwv X Woolen Goods Silks FJannellettes GlnghamsChaIIies l Merserized Bengalincs Outings J v i t i i lVI V the very best values for yorinoney f r We wish to call your special at t tention to our SILK WAIST PAT TERNS both in fancy and plain Prices ranging 398 498 598 a pattern Call anasee us- 1 I = OWEIV McKee= The Richmond Climax HERT Bt THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prcst and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor el PRESS and FUICE flOO i PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 15 1909 Is some quarters it may cause sur- prIse to know while Dr Frederick Cooks feat in reaching the North Polo will go down in history as one of mans greatest achievements the actual visiting of the pole will add very little to the scientfiic knowledge of the world concerning polar con- dItIons If Dr Cook had with him at the time the proper instruments considerable light may be thrown up on the magnetic influence of the pole but for practical pnrposes the scientists of the world hays lone known about as much concering the pole as if somebody had actually visited it The quest for the pole which has cost so many lives and the expenditure of so much money has really baen a quest for adventure and to attain a thing that many viso men have declared to be unattainable It probably gave Dr Cook and his partyor at least Dr Cook himself Jor his Eskimo party probably was tunable to comprehend much about itn thrill to stand upon the north pole where time was not as all meridians meet there and where a man might stand with one foot on one side of the earth and the other icoton the opposite side It will cause a trill In American breasts too to realize that it is the Stars and Stripes that floats from the t pote Venturesome spirits now can only turn their attention to the discovery b f the South Pole Lieutenant Shackleton recently reached a point very near that extremity and just near enough to make him confident that It can be attained After that has happened there will remain few spots on the earths surface that have t not been trod by the foot of civ tilized man 4 f Mr John D Wakefield the well L knpwn Louisville newspaper man has cast aside the gray goose quill iand embarked in the brokerage busi f ness in the ialIs City While his jcgion of newspaper friends wish all if success for the clever and polished r veryYmucht Ii Wake is one of the best news j gathers in this section and his writ Jings are always read with deepest I interest as the readers know that what he says is reliable He is one jpo f the cleverest fellows in the State iand the press gang sincerely trust that he will quickly make a fortune iin the new venture and return to the p Sold Notwithstanding tho fact that the 1 election of the Democratic nominees fr offices is assured yet the fftandidates are making a thorough Canvass of the several precincts ritsis a good idea for while there is jidrnoidoubt of the election of the splen shouldIuttOed cosely Theyll be a r fttciliag- if J if1hE first number of OSullivans oplmloHpublishcd in LoHisvJllo M last week and like Us ekitor iftjSitt E OSullivan Is a corker It RJltn4ff s fTIIaTM O MM Abb tkIfJW= ks I t Y0 f 1 him by the Kentucky newspaper men his cup of joy will be Ailed to over flowing TIlE Lexington Gazette says a Washington judge has decided that the expression uto hell with you is not profane nor legally punishable The final arbitrament of the matter however will be with the fellow to whom it is addressed If he is a Ken tuckian he will hardly answer Go there yourself as they do over in Ohio and think it wipes out the insult Kxox county is without a jail the old one having been razed to erect a new one and report says the prison erj have been put to work Ifall prisoners were put to work instead of being allowed to lounge in the bastile there would he fewer jails needed Tim Cynthian i Democrat says the pantaloin gown has made its appear ance and the girl that wears it next fall wont have to scratch matches on the wall Personals I Prof T J Coates was in London last week Mayor Woods was in Lancaster Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ed Powell and son have beec visiting in Louisville Mr C A Taylor left last week for a trip through Mexico Mr and Mrs Ballard Luxon were in Lexington Saturday- Dr Leslie Rice of Frankfort has been visiting relatives here LexingtonIsMr Becham Lackey and wife have been visiting in Nicholusvillc Prof J D Clark of Lexington was a guest here last week Miss Sue Woods of Stanford is the guest of Mrs Kit Chenault Mrs D L Cobb of Cynthiana has been visiting Miss Mollie Fife Miss Mary Barrett Smith has again entered State College Lexington Mrs Irvine Blanton is in Louisville visiting Mrs Edmund B Hume Mr and Mrs Edward Schan are visiting relatives in Jcffersonville Miss Edna Giunchigllam is again at the Cincinnati College of Music Mrs Bettie Poyntz is visiting her sister Mrs Jesse Turner in Paris Mrs Lucy White is visiting relatives and friends in Barbourville- Mr and Mrs ILL Burton of Buck eye were visitors here the past week Mrs Hubert Griggs Is at home from a visit to Louisville relatives Mrs George Snyder of Mt Sterling is visiting Mrs D M Chenault Miss Chinn of Frankfort came last week for a visit to Mrs J J Green leaf Miss FrankIe Coyle of Nicholas ville was a visitor here tho past weekMrs Mattie Terrill and niece Miss Susie Leavell are visiting in Lancas ter MississIppIisCrowe Misses Jennie Dickerson and Ruth Ray of Buckeye have entered the Normal School Mrs Silas 3ger ofLexingtOBv spent last week withMraLou1s f ftMrsiskIsitIngMiaEMTe4Ithan and daughterMr Schlegel came Jast week for a visit to hU mother Mrs Louis Schlegcl lfnz Walter eKyRdbabyf MaceH Ga an visiting NIBil Vu Greenlef S IWr Od Mrs IfcrtV Hacker wera IB Mickolasyille Satarday They will shortly move tkere to live as Mr Hacker will MMilatMwilk the L A W ti jlW a E1fromOrchard Mrs Gilbert Grinsteadof Somerset is visiting her parents Mr anti MM Lyman Parrish daughterMissvisit to Danville BloomingtonIll visit with relatives Mr and Mrs P G Cropper who have been visiting here have returned to Parkland Ky Mrs R W Smith has returned to Irvine after a visit to her sister Mrs Paris at Kirksville Mr Newton Ileacox of Lexington was a guest last week of his sister Mrs Elmer Deatherage Mrs Breckonrldge Manpin accom panied by her daughter is taking a treatment for rheumatism at Mt Jackson Sanatarium Ind daughterKatherIne Dr and Mrs C J Bales Mr Arther Steen of Madiscn Wis conson was a guest last week of Mr C L laggart aria family R E Dozier of Knoxville was called to Newby last week to see his sister Mrs Cordie Griggs daughtering friends and relatives here Miss Eva Smith left Friday for Oxford Ohio where she will resume her studies in Western University Stanford Journal lIon and Ms W H Shanks and Mr II J Mc Roberts ara visiting Mrs Shanks parents in Madison Miss Rose Boyd Wilson and Mrs Orville Browning who have been ggshaveMessrs William and Joe Evans have returned to Panama Mr Barnett Chenault accompanied them and will reside there In the future Mondayfora position in Campbell Hagerman studyofMr and Mrs Clinton Jriggs of Newby entertained Mr and Mrs Jno Burrus of Lexington and Mr and Mrs Bud Haden of Richmond last weekMr and Mrs John lIar and two sons have returned to Richmond Va alter spending two weeks with Mrs Harts brother Mr A K Mc Cann and family GrInsteadhasShe was accompanied by Mrs T J MrsEmiyLane The Climax is under obligations to Miss Lucia Burnam for a number of Burpamhasing friends in that and other North Western citIes- Lancaster Record Mrs J M Dickerson and son Ed were guests of Mrs BC Potts at Richmond last weekJB Walker of Richmond is the guest of Mrs W O Rigney Miss Emma Do Jarnett of Richmond is the guest of MM J S Johnson Miss Edna Ballew of Richmond is MissesFrancisMlssNoraOIjearno home after a visit to friends in Rich mond A pretty compliment Miss Jose thcgcestorlUssesKav hourMondaycozy home on Fourth St The dainty and delicious menu was served in loautlftlinBaRd painted TiciiBa Tie center rosesDevera JosepkineDJI1t1Hay Harriett Parrish The afternoon was pleasantly spent at the doableheader IIParIIIHrTw ifIat Krku- l1I 4ft i i f BASE BALL Notes and Gossip JHow They Stand Clubs Von Lost ct AVjnchcster 71 t loclintund 73 45 619 Puisn 61 57 G- 17Fkrortuill 00 Lexingtonmis 410 Sbclbyyi1le 33 79 aio Take Two From HustlersI The Winchesters came to town Wednesday withblood in their eyes for the last scries of the season with Rich mond On these two games depended whether or not Richmond was to have a chance for the pennant mid each side fought desperately but luck favored the Pioneers and they were the victors in two of the most exciting games cf the year The score in the first one was 3 jo e due to the fino pitching oi McCoamick and the timely stickwork of Krug Maloney and McCormick Grohe Maloney and Thoes also did splendid work in the field McCor mick let the Hustlers down with only four lilts two of them coming in the second round when Ellis led off with ripple and scored on Stouts single which was the only run they could get over the rubber Toney was on tilt mound for the Hustlers and our bop found him for seven hits most of them coming at times when badly needed In the second game which was played Thursday tao of the best pitchers in lie league opposed each other Goldej or Richmond and Burden for Win chester It was strictly a pitcher iiattle but errors behind Burden le Richmond get two runs while Gfoldeu was hoidinz the enemy safe It looked on tO or three different occasion as If he Hustlers wore coing to score but Golden was too much for them am they fell short and as a consequence were shut out Golden struck out twelvo men and allowed ffve hits only two of them coming together Burden struck out three and allowed onlj three hits The fieldiug of Reid Goosetree and Barney for Winchester and of Welch Maloney ned Thos featured the game Wins From Frankfort The Pioneers won a game Friday and one Saturday from the Lawmakers and by doing kept in striking dis lance of the hag Tim first game wot 4 slow affair and was won by the Pio neers by tLc tcore of to 2 Oornel anU Creagerwcre the opposing pitchert gad Creager was by odds the best lIe allowed ouly five hits and was never in danger On the other hand Cornell was not at his best and the Pioneer ound him for ten hits The fielding o Krog and Welch was the most brilliant seen here this season and their woik bUstcd many of Frankforts liopoi The game Saturday was a farce the Pioneers romping away with it by tie Hcoro of 15 to 0 Baker was sent to the mound by the Lawmakers nnd the reception given him by our al hints was a warm one indeed They f und him for a total of 1C hits two of them being homers one by Krns and ono by Whit taker one a three bagger by McCor mick and a double by Grohe While the Pioneers were doing all this hittinp the Lawmakers could not do a tiling with McCormick getting only three hits during tho six innings he was on tho mound McCormick retired in favor of Noah and the giant from DaySI ton refused to let them lave while he was working And thus end ed the season with the Lawmakers Hoodoo Still At Work The hoodoo which has Mlovred the Pioneers throughout the season with regard to Sunday games and especial ly with Lexington wni still at work Sunday and as a consequence the Pioneers went down in defeat at the hands of the Colts by the score of 4 to J in au eleven inning game The Pioneers started out like they meant to win the game early the score slant lug 2 to 0 in the third inning but b6 fore the sixthwas reached the Colts had forged to the float by one run Our bojg tied it up in the eighthand it stood this way until the eleventh when with two out a runner was allcwed to get hone wih the winning run If ah reports nI e true that run teamIagreed to pay that sum to Lexington players for n victory Pretty costly pennant but seme people seem to have money to throwaway Golden was in he box for Richmond and but for lour costly errors by his teammates r uldIaye scored victorv for he bad thu Culls nt his merci striking out ten qf Uiein Rob bins also pitched good ball but didnt deserve to win Break Even With Paris Paris came over Monday for a doubleheader and the Pioneers took the first game by the ecoro of 5 toi but Paris got the secund by the store cf 11 to 3 Th3 first game was a very god one both side playing very gocd ball but the second was the worst eshibitun put up by tho Pioneers for many mocin opposedeach upagano rubberscoreinsend another one over in our half ol the ninth in order to got the long end of the purse withNoahPrtole for Paris Noah did not last hisdeliveryiththeecQrestandlpg not extend himself however and runs continued to cross the plate RichmoatiIn forParisThe Richmond Steam Lnaadry at eservice Caner ring 52 If YeHSave atanli or Week Lsags Read Thfs Best Me Ever Used W IJ BroreInSpencervllJotOsays I I yotr lourlvn Pouriry turkeyiandr cholera that I ever used Sold by Perry Thomas No Babies fjo Ballots The Elizabeth town Kews enys some cryuovery lnuaut tm Foil the iromcH ihiltlijWIt w 0 J t t Manual Training and Shop Work For the Boys andtA Young Men i 8 One of the new courses otho Eat r era Kentucky State Normal School this year will be that of Mechanical 0 Drawing and Manual Training This course should be of special interest to tho high school students who are contemplating taking an engineering I course The work in mechanical drawing will begin in tho most fundamental manner and will be carried along byI easysteps to the more difficult work Any high school student or grammar school student can take this work without any trouble In tactany one with a knowledge of fundamental arIthmetic would find little difficulty in the work By devoting the regular school year to the drawing the average boywould find little trouble in holding a position during the summer doing tracing or detail work This work would have tho double ad vantage of furnishing a source of in come and also giving the best possible practice The manual training will bo conducted on the second flooi othe Now Power Building This entire floor space has been divided up so as to make a first class shop with all tool rooms wash rooms etc There will be a complete setof tools for each boy taking bench work and also plenty of space for him to do hb work in without interfering with nn ono else For the Jatna work then will be separate tools for each lathi and such work will bo done nsSsusua in a course of this kind The shoj will be larger enough to accomtnodatt about CO students at ono time and aj toast two periods a day can be gIver to the work This workis iuvalnabli atomembered with pleasure by the en ineering student when he enter freshman Citizens of Richmond art Invited to visit the department aftei it is in operation Listen Girls Do you want a handsomo 100 pano me of the best makes and sweet em onee Of course you do Well Thf Climax is going to give away two of these superb instrument one in UlcitI nond and one in ladiKon cllunt he most popular girls Read the par ticulars printed in this issue of The Climax and get busy The voting will commence next week EO get you announcement in right away It will cost you nothing Important Laws- As tim recent ordinaccos pissed b- Ilet City Council are of very great im parlance The Ciinax has decided to reproduce the two below that onr pec ole will know just what the laws are Rend them Section 6 It shall be unlawful to any person firm or corporation to fat 0oaiplv with tho requirements a Linv resolution tiirccting them to con trnct reconstruct or epalr any side walk gutter or tnrhing in bald Oitv upon whch their property abns tlii cot of which does not exceed the emu if a50 Any such pnrron firm or cur poratlon who hlmll within a reasonable time after being duly notified fall tocomply with the requirements of a resolution directing hem to construct reconstruct or repair any sidewalks in aidCft upon which their property abuts the cost of which does not ex cecd two hnnilrnd and fiftv dollars midemeanordollars and every days delinquency shall ha dlcmed a sonirate offense Section 7 It shall be unlawful for anv perKon or firm or corporation tn construct reconstruct or repair any sidewalk nbuttirc or bprdennlr on their lot or lots of land in snicJ City without first obtaining written perrais personfirmilinance shall be fined not less than tori hiuntlreiollars Getting Rich If John D Rockefeller lives till lila eightieth birthday and lie lies ald lit willreach 100lie will become the first billionaire In history In the lost two years Standard Oil the wonderful automatic moneymaking machine of his creation has increased his fortune by SS 000 000 This is thin increment of the rise in value of the slock alone Standard Oil stock sold at 711 Inst week the highest it has reached stare the panic of 1907 fIle stock lira risen 322 points fiom the low ebb of 390 at which it sold on November 4 1007 Like a rollipg downhill Rocke fellers wealth is steal1i1vgrowinr ana he is as pow rlsi tostop it oven If he had tho desire as Ijo would be to check the revolution of the world What It Takes To Purify Poltics J whoIwas d to commit Fnicide He wont to a sore and bought a rope a can of oil a box of matched a d se of arconic and a rovolver He ventj down to the river and pushed the from the shore ant w dd 16 whom thug limb hung over saturated hit coihh g with the oil lighted a match and sot firo to his clothing took the those of arsonic put the nifnzzle of the revolver to hit temple pushed the boat from under him nnd pulled the trigger But the bullet glanced and cut the rope above him and he fell kerflop into tho river UIA water put the fire out and he got strangled and coughed up tile arsenic He arose and waded out and declared himself a candidate for tbo legislature on the reform ticketI Money In Apple Thftlalest bulletin from the0hio gricuUnral Experiment Station howe what caii hr done in the wayof using apples in Ohio Jt tolls of a nan who last year sotdTlG50 barrels t apples from his 12 acres near Frr font for approximately 17400 HiS let returns from the crop exceeded 5 500 or nearly 500 per acre The nan is John Stokes and his three 1acre orchard contaIns 51 trees in ill ranging in age from J2 to 24 years His big yield was obtained through no marked superiority of stock or soil but simply through intelligent and scientific treatment of tho trees which were sprayed at the right times and with the right preparations Sensible Girls Harrodsburg Herald The girls in a Kentucky tcwn have organized themselves in a society who have re fused to marry any man who drinks uses tobacco or refuses to take the homo paper Drinking regarded as the greatest objection tobacco chew Ing coming next while the young prperIprobably made freaks of them pJvef by announcing in stentorian tones what requirements are expected of the young men who would seek thcii hands in matrimony yet it is a fact that too many sell themselves entire v too cheaply being stone blind ill that concerns their future happ ness Funny isnt it that many girl vill trust a icllow with their happi ness that the town butcher wonld not ru t with a pound of liver The Value of a Smile There are occasions of coats sncb i funerals end death beds where ti e smile is out of place but barring occns lions of that kind you are not apt to smile too much There is the case 01 Joe Barron the New York waif whi raised quarter of a million for other of his kind He did it they say be cause he kept smiling when there wat little reason why he should He was lufferJng with tuberculosis of the bones when he was five years old and then seemed little hope that he could re over The boy was sent to a hopital placed in a plaster cast but krpt smil ng JiecatiFO at this they called bin trailing Joe President licosevelt neard cf him and stopped and saw Joe lid his smile He said people should furnish funds to help him John D Rockefeller saw the smile and oUerc d 1125000 to form a chiidrens Ifospttal il in equal amount was raised A neWE SmilingJoewilt probably have no chance to coal OUr smile for a quarter of a million but it will make life easier for you and others It is worth cultivating remember it grows that way For Sale The undersIgnedH Executors pf he estate of James Buunett deceasedwill on TuesdayS pt 23 1909 at 2 oclock p in 6n the premises between North and Irvine Streets Richmond sell at public auction Nine City Lots Six of these lots trout 274 feet ori Ir vine and have a depth of 12Q feet and upon five tit them there are nice small frame houses Three of these lots front on North St and have a dcptlrdf 114 feet Terms Inade known on slay of enle ForlurthVrpaitlcnlar8 npnlyto S O BENNETT O liJSSNETf EXfcutorsr4 lomo Report of the Condition or the Madison National Bank at Richmond Ky at the close of bnaincss Sept J itm- RESOU1CES lyonpsanc dI5counttrt yUCOliapklnir7fOUOODue 21Cuclronitititl bankers Trust Coniiuinie and Savings Banks 12S7 S3 97Cliccks00Fractional099LawfulSpecie 121 SOKedciiiptfOii5 pcrcenf ofcireukition 5000 r Totaltioooi B LLVBIIITIES 00Surplusidcd profits seas CXllCnC8 7E7NntlonnlSIndividualZi2557S1Rcexvcdfortuxes TQtnLION tJ8 State of Kentucky County ot Madison Ka I Rob K Bum nt CanliJerof the above named bank do solemnly swear that the OtYknQlcUKoW R Burnam Cashier Ullsi3tluJuJ W Crookc Notary Public Correct Attest A R BURNAM K a DRATH BRACK VALLERBEXICETTUirectors Condensed Report of the Condition of the Citizens National B nk4pf Richmond Ky at the close of business Wednesday Sept V 1909 As rendered to the Comptroller of the Currency IeeResouiccs4 f Wansa l Discounts 28259252 0 cr d pI ftL ftii 10 73O65- Su S13onds tSeeureCircuIat1tB- atikingllouse t jl Q 20000 etc r fl450CO Cash and Due from Banks jSlpls2It87 Tota t 6218504 Liabilities 5IOO000OOSurplus 00001DepositsV Total J 46218504 Ltus doabrepyottr busfnessf fI h ARIS H w NEALBENEiYr bVPis 4 4 Q i StanlI4tlSOPeFAs we must vacate the building We now oc cupy for repairs we will offer what we have 1 t Lt irleft of our entire stock at 12 Pric l and less We have over 2000 pairs of 1 Iall kinds of mens womens boys and misses Shoes in good condition We also have 100 mens and boys Overcoats quite a lot ftn2 mens heavy Underwear odd Trousers mehst Corduroy Suits Negligee Shirts Top Flan v nel Shirts Neckwear Etc We hope to get S l our building repaired and be able to resume business with a new stock by November 11tt- Jt Stanifer SoperRi- chmond Kentucky t Srr rrrrcrrrrrrrr r r tv- c The Supreme Event of the Season Iae OPERA c HOUSE 18 MATINEE J E Cline presents Americas youngest and most promising legitimate star MAY STEWART c CD accompanied by the eminent Shakespearian actor JOSEPH DeGROSSE and a r company of unusual excellence in a mafinificeht production of Shakespears roll licking comedy WillcPrices Matinee 25c 50c 75c children to any part of house 25c Night 25c P50c 75c 1 four rows 150 Special scenery magnificent costumes Seats on sale at White Wines drug storeyf l4aFCiy 8 Farm of about 150 ucxreo on Silver Creek All improvements For terms etc Apply to Mrs Minerva Barnes 3t RFI Not Executors Sale OF Va1ua1o City Prop prly The undersigned as executors of the will of H K Dillinghim and as agentsfor his heirs and devisees will o- nFriday Oct 16119j9 beginning at the hour of 10 oclock offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder in front of the late resilience of II n llinghnni tn Main street in Richmond the lug pieces ofreal estate located the corporate Ky limits of the vlthlnI 1 A substantial modern brick residence on West Maui St lately occupied by II II Dillin hsm with all the land contiguous to same coi j tainin three acres more or less The house U substantially built and handsomely finished contains nine rooms including bath and store rooms and has a superb cellar and Jltsrbetidn anti has all necessary outbuild lug Including stable Ice houe cir bynthroughhe2 Also IJ acres of land located at pkeantIrosldedce Ly II D Uayburn this lot Is improved with n substantial two story framo dwelling contains six rooms nail barn and other pary onthiiildlngs ncceI Saturday Sep 3 Two tracts of land locatedandI the intersection of the L N L A Railroads The tracts of land contain about three acres more or less and will be sold in separate parcels and would make tine sites for manufacturing establishments of any sOhllIonresidue in two equal installments due repeciivnly in six and twelvn month after the 1st day of January 1910 de ferret payments to interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Jan 1 1910 at which time possession will be given puicbnser an d to secure paYment lien will be reserved The tittle to this property is abso lutely perfect anti salu with be mtide 01clS flTborpe- Joe Chenault H D Ravburn Executors Public Sale I will expose to Public Sit 01 Saturday Sept 2509at i oclock i raou the premise on Second Street Richmond Ky EIGHT LOTS Thes610tiJ will tront 20 feet on Second otrpfit between Main and Waterstreeip and have a clep hilt 10o feet They are among Liii must dstraiil sit s iu town either for niiMiiPss or resiilenii purpose They will1e sold sup1irnh ale then is a whole sad hwway bringing the hiiiliest piles will It accepted Tei ins Iliad known on 1av oi sn For furtherparticulars apply lo John C Farley Exec LOUR Tom Chenault Auct 3t i and NIGHT For Sale Fine Blue Grass Farmt1 The andflrsljrned as executor of tl e eState of James Dennett tleccased will on Thursday October 14 1909 at 10 oclock a m on the premises sell at public auction the line farm of 225 acre ot land known as the Dr Scott place situated just outside the city limits of Richmond Ky on the Tales Creek pike and within one mile of the Court house On thi form in H flratclasM twostory six roOm exclude injrhals sad pantry r sideiicu with large cellar stable and all other neces wary linprovimoiiis Thetntiio farm is in blngras and in now in th liiit est stale of cultivation Beiuu waluii and sugar tiee land it is gtiiuiiiely filted lor raising tobocco It is band antly supplied with water We will alw At thi 8me anti place li tl1ltoIIhlRiAIl hler followintr p isunal proiM rtv viz 40 Extra good fpii1 g cattle w igliini abon litO1lOre and iiiuiI cull itie iiiMeHncl one mare mule 2 arsnldp8t unfJlien Terms Farm Ooeiiird cash hal ance in two njual InMaHmenla due fu one and two vann with six per cent II e1 f v f I PIIlh1lll1l att hit eold rOJ ali Fofnrliit luh nifiiton apph to S hKNMrrr B I ExtcutbrS W I BRXXETT 01111111 ChllOnit sticliltIleOt The Golfers Maxim Better 1C years of golfing thana cycle of croquet y Our Bed Room Sets The sets we are showing now we believe represent the biggest 1 values ever offered in this vicinity They are all superbly manufactured I ff from the finest materials are of the latest design andi eyeTheour easy ayment pianyou will likeJfe A dollar ort two alf t week will do l S f y c LIPWN rfd 3flIGGINSHO- ME ris i j FURNISltERS artEdusrters for SewtgMaehiu 8ppiiet 1 1kI1- r j t1IIi iS L J T 1 t iIjy1j 1 Friendjfemale andIIICardui and get reliefis a safe natural pprepared medicine for women ingredientsgives strength and tone tQ the whole system I TAKE CAROUI The Womans Tonic ftC writcsarwas ta eu WIth female mfiammatjon and consulted doctor bur to I domyAT ALL DRUG STORES uTHIS IS THE SEASON FOR lslz iegetat4les I We have every kind fresh and new jt at right prices C w It We Deceive fresh shipments everyday w V I A Our stock ot Staple and Fancy Groceries T cannot be equaled J SEWELL McKINNEY j t GROCERS c Telephone 223 I V Its Building Time If you intend to erect a houses store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters line I t of jf JEFF STONERICHMOND KY TEXAS LANDS FOR SALE The eyes of the world are pn Texas Wheat 20 to 4 bushels corn 30 to 50 bnshels oats 60 to 90 bushels alfalfa that wonderful enricher of the soil 4 to 5 tons all the other crops grown in Central Kentucky except hemp and tobacco This land sells around the 20 notch We need more people more homebuilders Remember the opportunities you ost in Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma Write for full toE G PARRISHPLAlNVIEW TEXAS nive for sale 19500 shares of stock in oneof the richest mines 17 claims iu Arizona at a price that shou- ldainfuI1t paid and nonassessable f h icw Quarters to r siablished in our new quarters in the Id Giu FLill building and are better prepared rhtnev r to care for your skins Bring us it lIds Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries iiil Vtables in season 1 urman Grocery Conipaiiy Rural Telephones Mr Iarmer Make your home as modem for your family as a city reel ilencf and place yonBll in a position to pet the latest market quotations at ant time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which vou anti your neighbor can g t foi a sum that is small compared with the bene t fi received Call or uddrsts our neartst office or write direct to headquarters NHsUville Tennessee for information re nrdlnp our special Farmers Line intO If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we Ian immediately interest you Our lines cover the States ol Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois East Tennessee Telephone Co Incorporated 1 Ueo0MrischenFormerly with J B Stouffer Merchant BailorA- pparimcnts over J E Sexton Phone J 73 All Kinds pi Pressing Gleaning Rep airini1 Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage SolicitedA a r yf J Jwf ww IFloral Designs Cut Flowers Plantst attention to- I designs for Funerals and Weddings iat Richmond3reenhouses ATg1FpTToN 188 WEST MAn IttlHtiJWh s- inJu I llill c 4 The Richmond Climax rmtsED mar THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Picst and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAMEditorMember PRESS and PBICE 100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 15 1909 ANNOUNCEMENT I announce myself a candidate for the Legislature from Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party L B JIERRINGTON WALL PAPER We have tidded to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of they Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns from Sets a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates furnishedf any sort of interior decorations B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First stl James Hunley Will buy or sellyour louse farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed The Neighbors Say My Breads the Best that because my Gas Range bakes evenly and my oven heats in seyen minutes I find Gas cheaper than wood coal or gasoline Richmond Water Light Co Golden Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT ffiiich willjenable them to do better work than ever before They have a large assortment f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call rad inspect their stock and nik Satisfaction guaran tied fiolden Flora With Zaringrs Patent Flour a good baker becomes even better And even an ii experienced one can gel Eatisfactoryreeulis lUbe girl doesnt turn out good biscnitp bread or cake dont blame her at once It may be the flour Order a sack of Zarlngt Patent today oud note the results Its dollars to doughnuts she will do batter with ZuincVPalent Flour A Good HairFoodAyers proved formula is a genuine hair food Itfeeds nourishes builds up strengthens invigor ates The hair grows more rapidly keeps soft and smooth and all dandruff disappears Aid nature a little Give your hair a food hairfood Dntii cAnje the color of the JialT r ers Lii with each bot1 show it to your dojtcr Atk him aboot it tIlCD due ieo Yolneed not bscitate about using aii new H ir Vigorfrom nyferofitschant thfcOlocofour hair TheDell Aywi Hair Vigor prevents prematurl graynsI bvrtf not chine thrcoto me OIIN1 0 Iho lIt1f-c11bswUiui t 1 j Democratic Ticket For circuit Judge J M Benton For Commonwealths Attorney B A Crutcher For Circuit Clerk BoyOWWte For County Judge W R Shackelford- For County Attorney O P Jackson For County Clerk B B Terrill For Sheriff D A McCord For Assessor Shelby 1 Taylor For School Superintendent John Noland For Jailer N B Jones City TicketF- or Mayor Sam Rice IFor Police Judge John J Greenleaf For City Attorney T H Collins For Chief of Police Tames H Allman For City Councilmen T T Covington Emil Lorisch John E Sexton Talton Todd Jeff Stone Everett Berry 01 Interest To Many For indigestion and all stomach troubles take Foleys Orino Laxative It gently stimulates the liver regn lates the bowels and positivelycures habitual constipation and biliousness Clears the complexion of plmoles and blotches and is especially recom mended for women and children as it is mild pleasant and effective Lost In Richmond bunch of keys with my name on ring Reward for return ETBurnam 98tl Found Bunch of keys on Summitt street buuca of 12 keys Owner can get same by calling at The Climax office and paying for this notice It How To Cure Skin Disease The germs and their poisons which cause tho disease must be drawn to the surface of tho skin and destroyed Salves and greasy lotions may give temporary relief but they have not the power to destroy the germ life 7EUO a clean liquid for external use will draw to the surface and do stroy the germ life leaving a clean healthy skin Zemo positively cures Eczema Pimples Blackheads Dan Iruff Itching Piles and every form if skin or scalp disease Perry nnd rhomas the druggists endorse and recommend Zemo and will give you a samlpe bottle tf Strayed or Stolen From Joe Chenaualts place on the our mile road one sorrel mare nine or ten years old with star in forehead and small snip on nose Any informa tion leading to her lecovery will be gratefully received by W T Griejjs or tiru J M Garrett Ft Garrett Ky Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar el2ni The HomeMaking Of Two Many persons go through life in that state of single blessedness be cause there were not sufficient money to start to housekeeping Others have married and been in dot from that time on others have been more lore tunate and are quick to encourage those who hesitate It is not well to advise one to go ahead and pull through in some manner Distorted sentiment plays ruination in a new home Yon sit down together and take an estimate of tho furnishing for a modest little home You have just about enough Now youneyer thought about little articles that make few dollars evaporate There is tinware and the countless little articles one must have for the table We recall a young couple who determined to get married on the Move and cheese order They had little money so little that it looked like nothing but starvation faced them She would not go to his home he would not go to hersand they got two rooms Was she tshamed to let her friends see she lived in two rooms Indeed no She was proud of it The rug on the front room was a mixed cotton and wool one She laughingly remarked that the curtains had to be drawn on sunny days or the rug would be white Into the best room went a bedroom set with a folding bed It looked a little queer with the parlor table and bookcase she received as presents but that was her home The kitchen was a large room and she made room in it for a folding couch If company came she camped in the kitchen ihe scrubbed her floor until they could buy an oil cloth covering She made her own clothes and little by little she bought the article shehad to have In a year and a half she had plenty of furniture all paid for and they were readyto move into a three room house Less than a year after that they moved in to a four room cottage Todayshe has a seven room house all neatly furnished Tho reason for this was her own good sense and judgement in being saving economical and caring not a whit what others did so long as she was happy Happyunder such environments you ask In deed yes They learned in youth tho value of money how to save and make the best of existing circum stances and weknow that neither re proIcarn to marry lag orcven thinking of it It will rest a good bit with the woman whether this is possible If the young husband is willing to give his money into her keeping and she proves helpful she can do more toward making the home than he himself could do Necessity of Water Both plants and animals need water to supply the large amount of water necessary to be kept always in their issues but the plants need it for an ther reason than the animal Plants cannot absorb food except in a liquid condition and in this way a great sur plus of water is taken in by the plant over what it retains in Its tissues This surplus is evaporated through pores in the leaves and is what tho botanist calls transportation In view of this preeminent need of water in our farm jug operations the question of the conservatism of what we do receive either in the form of rain and snow or in the streams becomes of first importance Well directed culture conserves moisture and constitutes one of the cbiet inferences between profitable and un profitable farming Perry Thomas are pleased to an nounce to customers that they have secured the agency forZemo the best known remedy for the positive and permanent cure of Eczema Pimples Dandruff Blackhead Piles and every form of skin or scalp disease Zemo is a clean liquid for external use Ilnyformstroying the germ that causes the disease leaving a clean healthyskin Perry Thomas will gladly show you proof of many remarkable cures made by Zemo Purs Hides IronI pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot bringthem write or telephone and I will call M WIDESTELEPHONE 863 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY rite Lexington Herald Publishes every Monday Morning a Blue Grass Farmer Edition That treats the Farm and Farming interests from the news point of view and is already recognized as Kentuckys Leading Agricultural Journal Its distinctive features are special attention to the work of the Experiment Station located in Lexington the Department of Agriculture at Frankfort and timely discussion of topics of interest to the farmer and breeder Only One Dollar a Year v A Valuable Advertising Medium J for the breeder of line stock and for sale of stocfe andlf farmlands Ti Y The Sunday Herald t is a high class Sunday newspaper of metropobtatipro orLionsandqualitythat should be in every Kentucky home By mail 200 year The Sunday Herald and the Blue Grass Farmer edition for 250 a year Write for sample copies The Lexington Herald Coinpy Incorporated t 1Lexington o ThHaTt h L RELIGIOUS THOUGHTl Gems Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations There Is a great difference between seeing an ideal and living out that tdealRev Dr Harvey A Jones TAIetuodist Episcopal Cincinnati Friendship The gift of friendship is something that strikes deeper and lasts longer than mere gifts of material things Rev Harmon H McQullkln Presbyterian San Jose Cal Secret of Values The soul Is the center and secret of alt that we call valuable Take out the soul and you bankrupt the business of the world Hev Charles C Woods Episcopalian Fresno Cal Primate of Divine Law If man made law conflicts with the divine law as good Christians wo could 10 no less than disobey the law of the state to follow the divine lawRev J E Yount Lutheran Akron O Fault Finding One can start the fault finding bnsi nes with very little capital Only three things in the world can hL811 snake a goose and a man Itev J So Montgomery Episcopalian MInneap- olis Minn The Difference The essential difference between a religious and irreligious person Is the difference between their intentions and purposes respecting right and wrong Rev Hiram Vrooman Presbyterian Providence R Home and Family- A baby carriage Is more honorable at the door than an automobile Life means more to tho young man who has a home and a family to work and to live forUev T J McDonald Roman Catholic Utica N Y Stumbling Into Heaven Some people stumble and fall and get up again and stumble and fall and get up again It is better for them to keep stumbling on and finally stumble into heaven than not to get there at nllne E Vaughan Methodist San ta Monica Cal Christian Obedience The noblest word in the catalogue of social virtue Is loyalty That involves obedience and Christian obedience means doing the common neces nary tasks of life in the spirit of Christ which Is the spirit of love and sacri fice Rev Harris G Hale Congregationalist Brookline Mass The Gospel Needed By our undue reverence for baste by a too respectful attention to apos tics of strenuousness we arc dissipat- Ing our power and losing our poise The gospel we need individually and nationally Is Blessed are the peacemakers Lot us have peace con sistent with actlou and action that Is consistent with tliu utmost thorough ness of human culture Rev E S Meredith Unitarian Rosbury Mass The Church and New Era The church of the future must min- Ister to the entire man It must harmonize nil true men and women into one great body for the service of hu inanity It must be free and leave nil its adherents free It must put a premium on Intelligence rather than on traditional cunt and sanctimonious formalism It must be fraternal In spirit sunny in disposition and prac tical in the application of its theories Rev C C Pierce Baptist Los An geles Cal Friendship True friendship manifests itself In action not feelings The world Is cold and Indifferent toward the need of men We long for friends to cheer us in the struggle of life to help us in the time of need Love cements our friendship and enables us to place the best construction upoji every mans life Love overlooks all distinctions as to caste class or people It dig nifies all labor It casts out of the heart and life all that is opposed to happiness virtue and peace It con quers passion overcomes pride malice anger hatred and revenge Love tunes all the chords of life to heaveny music and turns discord into harmony and chaos Into order Rev Westley WIggin Methodist Episcopal Wollas ton Mass The Golden Age The golden age the dream of poetry the ideal of philosophy and the prayer of religion Is not only the avowed hope of Christianity but It also is the goal of alt Christian eloquence devotion and labor Christ was the founder ot- a spiritual commonwealth which looks for a city whose builder and whose maker is God In which through the threefold process of redemption reconciliation and regeneration vitalized in human experience the moral and so clal evils of the world shall be reme died and all tears be wiped away The golden age of Industry in our own century and country Is but forcglcams of the dawning golden ago of the heart when every mans face shall shine with Joy and the Golden Rule be the law of judgment and conduct The great trouble and defect with all of the best periods of human life may be expressed In one wordtears The nge1ihandle a universe and gentle enough to tint a pansy shall wipe away all tears by removing every cause of grief The passing centuries have measurably justified his belief and we have the concrete evidences and prophecies of it In the presence of institutions erected by generous love for the allen ation of hiimtin distress This golden age prophesied by hope shall be real ized when we love our fellows regard less of caste color and creed and live not to be ministered unto but to min ister to tilt common good Rev Dr J B Clayton Baptist Washington WIII Bolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Special Attention t- oRepairing Buggiest Wagons and Farm Machinery We Put On The Best Rubber rites Mafle M Our Facilities For Fimclm teskiig Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street New Method Teeth Ext without PAIN DrHobson Richmond Kfd Elderly People Helped Free The last years of life are the sweet prolongbodilyhealthways be with regard to the food you eat and whether you are digesting it properly You should not allow your constipatedNo salts and cathartic pills purgative tablets etc and theyareviolentgood Listen then to tho voice of experience with regard to a wonderful and mild laxative Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep tryingtosufferedCaldwellsSyrupsuccess We could name hundreds of throughneighborsdoctors otter to send any sufferer from a stomach liver or bowel complaint a free chnrcIthe will send you a trial bottle direct to your home If it proves itself as he bybUyingpeoplelIko ofthisbotUeisreU1arbottlessatisfyyoutoday If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There la no charge for this service The address Is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello HI 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 guarantee ing first class work in every respent The people of Richmond and Madison county are familiar with my work such as paper hanging painting varnishing etc J shall take great pleasue in making estimateS on any work you may desire in this line no matter how small the job oep splendid line of wall paper from which to select Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your future business I am Respectfully W L Leeds 141 Second St tf Richmond y If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring all they are worth get i J W Shearer White Hall Ky to conduct your saleHis charges are reasonable Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenault Atty GOtf Richmond Ky t MainIztitcRichmond Iks W 01 th Bill Next Session Opens Sept 14 For Catalog Write jB Cassid y Richmond Kentucky BC DOTY r SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Iiy- FarleyMarcb are now selling HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big bargains It is always cheapest in the long run to get the best- We dothe very best ConcreteWork Give us your order and you will be well pleasedand thoro satisfiedR Stone Phone 432 For Sale AlTo 1 earring in good etBditkm practically MrferMehM p AJi- CatJfltaHttralfttet may like- wianbetktbi n HJ be mil MWda t f0 JkAtllmg ec ff OtlMi T 71 I i IT i GIVES vTHEBEST RESULTS LIGHT t TRADE 9 jf tYM The SMITHSONIANRtCORRECT muss OLDa We make a Trusses Specialty of Fitting Perry and Thomas tT Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased KidneysAnd Most Women Do This Not Knowing the Real Cause of their Condition These poor suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body Is entire ly due to ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder era re sponsIbleor largely so And la such cases the kidneys and blad der are the organs that need and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in back groin and limbs bloating and swell- Ing of the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless ness and constant tired wornout feeling are almost certain symp toms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWitts Kidney and Bladder PiUs have in thousands of cases been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all such conditions of female organism affording the most prompt relief and permanent benefit As an Illustration of what these Pills will do Mrs P M Bray of Columbus Ga writes that she was very ill with kidney trouble and that she is now welland that these Pills are what cured her They are very pleasant to take and can in no case produce any deleterious effects upon the system as syrupy alcoholic liquid prep l t I I z want man and who Sale by All Druggists Going to Use Any JEtr gE1aieaffiicted IForLumber t1Laths Rubber or Felt Roofing w PLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE t Better come direct to rb- Todd Lackey P Corner Main and Orchard Streets AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky I Field L Garden SEE DI-I I I IWe Have just received a large shipment of I Field and Garden Seed and invite those I who are contemplating sowing grass to I calland examine our line and get pries before making a purchase Our line of I Staple and Fancy GROCEIIES 4 I was nover moro complete than now Tate Ii I and Sont Telephone 35tS S S S SSS p ppp7 TheHeu hton Bugy Break Cart and Speed Sulkies Take pleasure in refering you to the following uptodate business men of the life comfort and durabilt y of the Houghton Line P H Bald of Louisville y who is one of the largest dealers of highclass 4 vehlcl s writes I handle most all highclass buggies but I consider the Houghton by far the best i Goodman Drop Co of Slelby villo y say that the Houchton Buggy is superior to the Columbus Moyer or Kaufman We do not believe that the Honehton can be surpassed JII Miee LsfirvrnanShg1bvTllle y writes I have in my livery he Mover Curtis klteid The Houghton I am frank to place the Iloutiliton the leader aofl dot believe a better bulaY can bit bum Quality and not pounds makes durable comfortable and stylish Commit any of the followlm home users ot the Houghton who are you- rfinestbsineawn ail in perfect accord with the above testimonials ArMrflue Wchtuond I K Todd BrMwfteld Jo Oldbass Jr Rkfenwid S ERoye WMta BH Henry PBybr itiehioad lbo ElHsofl AM Hwwe Geo Simmons Richmond Joe Mason Whites Station Goodloe 0 Hurtis Richmond Al Cornelison Richmond Joe Azblll Liveryman Richmond lY ry OWMT el a Hohto Will tell YO they are by farthe best no Ho nr1rtMM the ty1lDlthat BMftMjr tho finest mittenalaad doeen ths oot oi a ti s rlfTM IAIt 7 ijn iviini f woAh lB tttifeBl to t lTfotyc fia pcctk PJac year order MpIfV ft COLYE- UI iT tTffT ixI 4 IT WI 3OOF1ders JEalgreut believers in the statement that the American Gentleman is the best dressed g man in the Vorld GRIFFON CLOTHES cater to the tastesof the American man and tfiese famous garments have fulfilled his every stylewant Vehavea com Ipleteline f GRIFFON CLOTHES for fall in many different models a host of exclusive patterns and fabrics that wont wear out before their time One of the distinctive GRIFFON models now on display and ready for Fall wear It is style up to the limit and timed down to the minute A really smart suit ztnd representing the kind youve always wanted Tne nobbist neatest and nattiest effects are shown in the range of patterns the fabrics are of the toughest weaves and the prices are less than you would imagine 1000 1250 1 500 1 LOO Respectfully Submitred to the Cash Trade ElderjB Enquirer Hats 3 Stoughton 350 and 4 I I =0 ================= ========== === =CX=== en rJJ 0r K Ballardh= ft L Snow Liniment11 IPositively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Old Sores Wounds Sprains etc Give it a Trial and be Three Sizes Price 25 50c and 100 MALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO JAMES F BALLARD Proprietor ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and Recommended by PERRY THOMAS FREStJ OYSTERS GOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Groceries Truits Candies Cigars Tobacco SecondRICHMOND KYCorner Main and FRESH OYSTERS 1 fD eno tfti Womems Woes Richmond Women Are Finding Relict at Last It docs seem that women have more than a fair share of the aches and pains that afflict humanity they must keepup must attend to duties in spite of constantly aching backs or headaches dizzy spells bearingdown pains they must stoop over when to stoopmeans torture They must walk and bend and work with racking pains and aches from kidney ills Kidneys cause more suffering than any other organ of the body Keep easilymaintainedKidneys only that and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by people in localityMrs Pumphrey Danville St Lancaster Ky says Myexpeilence with Doans Kidney Pills leads me to believe that theylive 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 takingthemwould have effected a complete cure I was comocllcd to discontinue their use for a time but am now again using them and am cer entirelvFor sale by all dealers Price CompanyBuffalo the United States- Remember the nameDeans and take no other slm T- WD Oldham Co tIc ti 1r o I S r Dry Goods tlti JI it f iI Ir Notions 111 r ti r tIj 1 Shoesi r Clothing t i ir h Furnishings i i ti i J k f IIf f r 4 Busy Bee Cash Storer 1i t r N I vTV V r Emperor Shirts I00and150 Shoes Bruises Convinced To Be Happy you must have good health You liverispoisoning is going on all the time under such circumstances I lards healthyliverkeepsand acts as a tonic for the en andThomas For Rent ScwingMachine apply this office tf Louisville italic rLLIIN EFFECT AUG 22 IUD EAST BOUND pmLvpinLvptnLvAr iJeattyville 1215 a m 410 pm WEST BOUND pmLvLv Rlchmondu 840 a m 400 nm pnLvpmAIpmAllTrains connect with Q C at Nicho andInterurbanH R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Hopplty Hop aroundbyhavedeformityif a t lumbago sprain stiff joints or BalluadSnow nllbeand Sold by Perry Thomasslm Land N Time CardS- OUTHBOUND No PaintLickpoints South leaves Richmonddaily exceptSunday 730 AM Ar rive 1045 a m No 27 For Silver CreekPaint LickLan toLoulsvllleleavesM arrives Louisville 610 r M No Souththuougit1135 A M Leave Cincinnati at 815 A M No 37 For Knoxville through trainsmakes all stops leaves Richmond 1043 AM Arrive Kuoxvl 700 i No LickLancastermond 721 r arrive at Stanford LeavtFourthStPM No 31 Limited for Atlantaleaves Rich Atlanta825 P NORTHBOUND No 34 Limited tor Cincinnati leave Richmond 421 AI arrive Cincin nati 755 A it p RichmondINo arriveRichmondNo leaveRichmondnati 6lOrr- No 32 JacksonvilleCincinnati limited arriveCincinnatiNo arrivesRicjimond whereIDeWltts Little Earley Risers then sate sure easy gentle little liver pms Tke original Carbolized Witch Hazel S lye is DeWitts The name ItI Important Announcement jj x In order to close out quickly we offer all Spring and Summer Goods il Cost aiilsss ThB 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 arid 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 J B Walker t t Lana tok3rop 1- f A lot of corn in the field was sold in Bath county last week at 250 per barrelThe number of cows milked dahy in the United States is estimated at 21000000oSeveral million pounds of Burley to bacco were raised in Campbell county this year and will be put on the pool A large quanity of corn in Bole county has been sold at 2 50 per bar rel atgathoringtime Kansas will break tho record bj harvesting more than 30009000 bushels of corn this year The onion growers in three count ies in Southwest Texas cleared over six hundred thousand dollars on their onion crop this season Over two hundred car loads ol peaches were received in New York City the past week and the arrivals still continue from forty to sixty car loads per day Ayoung farmer at York Pa has invented an alarm clock attachment that opens a feed box and gives his horse its breakfast without requiring the owner to rise early The Paris Kentuckian says that Roy Turner of nearParis had a crop of about eight acres of tobacco ruined by insects A new kind of bug cut the valuable weed off at the surface of the ground Tho Monroe City Mo fair asso ciation tried the experiment of salting down their race track last week and theyclaim the experiment was a suc cess They used ten or twelve barrels and it is said there was little or no dustMillers of the country who use pat ent devices fur bleaching Hour hy means of nitrogen peroxide have begun the collection of a fund of 50 000 to be used in lighting the govern meat in defense of millers who maybe prosecuted fur selling bleached flour The present season brings forcibly tojmind the year 1882 It followed one of the worst drouths this coun try ever experinced Owing to the rains that tell nearly every week tobacco grew irregularly but made a good crop while corn was abundant lit Oliyct TribuneDemocrat- An excessive amount of moisture in corn is tho principal cause for its deteroiration during storage The amount of moisture is therefore one of the chief points considered in itradJngcora especially for export In tbe effort to find an accurate and practical method of determining the amount of moisture in grain the United States Department of Agricu turo two or three years ago devised an apparatus by means of vhich the moisture can be ae urately shown in from twenty to twenty five minutes In using this apparatus the amount of moisture is expressed in percen tages of the original weight of tho grain For instance one sample of corn may have only 11 per cent of moisture while another may have 53 per coat Naturally the drier grain is worth more than tho other things being equal Have You a Baby Then watch it closely And above anylengthfatal 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 logo The onlycure that never fails and has no effects Sold by Perry and Thomas slm Tim indulgence in strenuous sports these days results In your linen neces sitating washing more often Why not then send it to us where the wash lug ironing etc will have thq least possible wear on the fabric Where only absolutely pure and nonInjurl- oils soaps etc are used The life of a washable garment depends largely upon the caro shown in the washing your garments and articles will is longer if sent here v7 Normal Qty Laundry H TMIMM1yy fiJ 1 J cTakeKodol digest all the food you eat for that is what Kodol does Every tablespoonful of Kodol digests 2J pounds of food It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back Sold by all druggists slm Mail Order Profits This shows how the home people help the city fellow and kill the horn merchant The profits ol the ma 1 rder business is shown by the resig ation of Richard Sears bead of the hit mail order firm of Sears Roebuck Co He is 45 years old las twenty five million dollars and has quit bust niss to reside on a form 17 years ago he was a telegraph operator eta coun try station at a salary of 50 per month He conceived of the idea of selling by mail for 1100 watches that coat him 40 In two years after he went to Chicago he had made 200000 on watcher alone lIe then went into partnership with A W Roebuck in the mail order business and their sales are more than fifty million dollars ac anally Baby Morphine Fiends are made by all soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotics McGees Baby Elixir contains no injurious or narcotic drugs of any kind A sure and safe cure for disordered stomachs bowels and fretfulness splendid for teeth ing infants Sold by Perry and Thomas The moving picture shows at Princess Rink are line and are drawlcg large crowds The admission fee is only five cents Dont miss it Billious Feel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Com iplexion salcw Liver needs waking up Doans Kogulets cure billious attacks 25s at any drug storo Lost Gold rim nose glasses with chain at tached Return to tide office PROPOSALS Sealed proposals will be received un til noun September 13 lOOt for the in stallation of a pole line and lighting apparatus for the distribution or cur rent to the several buildings and the lighting of the campus of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School Rich mend Ky- Plans and ppecificatiois of all of the foregoing equipment may be seen at the oflicc of the said Sae Normal School of Richmond Ky and at the office of Anderson Frankel Archi tects and Engineers Lexington Ky All proposals must be accompanied by a certifIed check of two 2 per cent of the amount of the contract prier payable to the Board of Regents of the Eastern Kontuckj State Normal School to he a guaranty that the successful bidder or bidders will enter into con tract with said school in accordance with bid and giro good security surety company having a local agent prefer redm an amount equal to 40 per ceul of the contract pice Bids will be received on thewhole 01 any part of work or equipment Each bidder must state in his bid the time at which be will complete his part 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 fc Frankel Architects Lexington Ky The law provides that all contracts will be let to the lowest bidder comply ing with the terms hereof and the statutesThe to reject any and all bids is reserved Board 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 toin vite our friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handl the celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order and get acquainted with our Coal and method of doing businessI lJA J= ii 111L JIi IItarticle rurchased is fully guaranteed by tho company Such is the case with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mrs S A Deatherage who will be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable and comfortable asJrtrs Deatherage is prepared to fit any size ft Do not be deceived unscrupulous imitators who would havp you lieve that the imitation pills arc as good an DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills There isnt anything just as good as these wonderful pills for the relief of Backache Weak in flammation of the bladder urinaiy disorders and all kidney complaints Any one can take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed in per fect confidence of good results Sold byall 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 Phone449 tf Farmers mechanies railroaders laborers rely on Thomas Eolectric Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns or bruises at once Pain can not stay where it is use- dStrayed From my farm qn August 15 a year old bay horse mule about 15 hands high Reward ofiored CF Puk- Richmond Ky 2t Route 3 A Burglar in Town his name is bad cough He doesnt are for gold or silver but will steal our health away If he appears in y our house arrest him at onco with Ballards Horehound Syrup it may mean consumption if you dont A cure for all coughs colds and chest troubles Price 25c 50c and 1 per bottle Sold by Perry Thomas slm For Rent Store room on First St Suitable ioi any kind of business Apply at tf A DobroiFsky A Narrow Escape Edgar N Bavllss a merchant of Robinsonville Del wrote About two years ago I was thin and sick and coughed all the time and if I did not hfve consumption it was near to oltisHoneycough and 1 am now entirely well and have gained twentyeight pounds all due to the good results from tak- Ing Foleys Honey and T- arwiiIr Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC Or IMITATIONS THE GtriUIMC PREPARED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Cot oar LOUIS MO Sold by Perry Thomas SPRING IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING Nothing is daintier or prettier for springor summer lingerie than Hand Work and- Embroidery Miss Eva Roberts carries a full line of materials with stamp ing outfit and will lbe pleased to have her friends and patrons call Srtisfaction guaranteed Regulates the bowels promoter easy natural movements cures con stipation Doans Regnlots Ask you druggists fur them 25a box JG BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over Stnnlfcr Sopors Rooms and 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 29J Res Phone 210 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block h Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building Manhart4Tol Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Office at Vaughn iSamuels S table elephonoSO RICHMOND KY C D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen tilts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burgle Den- nyDENTIST OTerSUte Bant tTruatCompany- TFLEPBONE 256 Dr F S Smith DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 205 A fcSU T VAN- r AT1OBNKYATU alSHMOND KENTtJOKT topoeiteHarry lil BJanton DENTISTi oj h itlipeItJ I v o Supreme Satisfaction t fg t ever Y Salad made with Ferd Salad Dressing It saves time and you run no chie of l your Salad being a failure Its absolute ly pure its flavor is delicious its eeo fIJ 1nomical because it can be reduced without loss of flavor Sample Bottle25 Cents i rz ii T Iii Couington 5 Co JP- hone 72 232 West Main stree1 I l 1 George English l H PLUMBING lI l Doctor forl IiII210 E Main Street Phone 619 t- I RICHMOND j KENTUCKYI+ 4 7 I Freeman Grider fs Real Estate Fire Life Accident and Liability Insuraud Agentsj If you want to sell your property list it witbtihem If you want to insure it see them r Office over Perry Thomas Drug StoI We are Pretty Busy Now I BUT fYI We can find the time to take at YOU4Th-eSchl gel Studio s Richmond A NcGAUGHEY MOBERIEY II Not In The Trust 4ITHEAOMIRALTHE SUCOESSFUL FARMER I AND LACbl MOWERKEEPS I been more today That is why the Admiral mower has l I mowers famous grass is grown If you are going to buy a 4 i t ff THE OF UP TO DATE On Machines improveJbeenreadyof progrqsivejhtan grcatjwherever pleasurefor toasicDouglas mmonsAgents SHOW SHOWS Farm i FAIRi 6 B I G 000PREMIUM IN NIGI9f1ihORSE ODI OMEIN PAVILION BANDFREE 25JkeIfieM I =t coMa with laIwHa ire JsrnbIiA kleiaaw i Shew r w phi114t1IL aid IIeIt iy a giIIIct LI54ckazhc 1I MISa WiU I sts COlli ru M wwld Y BATESiroLJWNEWMANSart7 Apzsa330 PauL J T 11 lIIe X7 tn f tj rsprinnlI I I IBrsortment ever brought Ito this Jcity See them before you chaset e tII I i I BENNETT and HIGGINS I Furnitur and UndertakingI Telephones 73 Main Street IlaS p a p as p pp L p THINK ABOUT THIS CAN matters you afford to delay what avail is procasti OF natio- nTtmn a tew weeks A prices will be higher ns therefore have LET order now GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly J Telephone 110 Rex Red Ash Jellico j We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oura is a little better than you have been ettIt1 elsewhere and our prices are no higher possibly lessFull Weight or Coal Forfeited jBIL Luxon Bro 4 Tis Ever Thus Elizabethtown News One of the first fellows to circulate A petition for financial help among the town mer chants when his house burns down if the man who sends to a mail order house to buy his goods Ho never thinks to ask the mail order house to help him and well enongh does not for he would get turned down Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar sl2uTwo Farms For Rent or Sale Near Red Honsesood improvements well watered Will either rent or sell separately or both together Apply to Mrs J W Smith 91tf or W 0 Cheuault For Sale or Rent Farm of six acres on Big Hill pike yist outside city limits Well improved iliud watered Good dwelling andyout buildings Possession Jan Applj j within ten dnvs to Mrs ID Coflield rSr B noun at Kingston 2t Taken Up As Estray Red sow weight about 250 pounds came to my place about the 18th 01 f August Ocnor can have same bj provintr property and paying charges tf SHELBY JEIT INotice to Contractors Bids will be received by the un- dersignedII up to noon Monday Sept 20 J909 S for thu construction of 2000 feet mon or less ot macndam road 12 feet with and of 18000 square feet snore or less of concrete walk on the Campus of the Eastern Ky btate Normal School at Richmond KY both according to plans and specifications which will be on file in the business office of the Normal school The successful bidder will be re quired to give bond for the faithful performance of his contract Later when the plans and specifi citions are received from the office of ftrablIc Roads at Washington D C an under separate contract 1820 feet of model object lesson road 16 feet wide will bcjidvertlsed and Je- tJRJobnsoiz Engineer Drug Purity and Strength ate the qualities we hold out for your attention They are far more im portant than price if you dont count your health in dollars Buy yur draftS medicines etc here and be assured of the best If any can cure Ours are the kind to eflect that happy 11It WHIT Ii WWW r o I Around Town Il What a piano Read onr offer Dan Tudor bought of Tom Smith n lot of corn in field at 225 Two 150 pianos to be given away by The Climax Read offer in this Issue The vanishing smile iruiii the ict mans face is gradually spreading self over the conscientious coal dealers countenance The contest for two piano offered b The Climax is the greatest ever made by any newspaper Read particulars on this page Our good friend Theo Wilson tells us he has grass his farm measuring 8J feet in heighth Can you beat it Splendid Showing- We call especial attention to the bank reports published in this issue ol The Climax They make splendid ahowinfl and speak well fpr the abli managemnnt and splendid work by tl c officers thereof Barn Burned The large tobacco barnof Dr II J Bennett near Calooat was destroyed by fire Monday It contained the 0acrt crop of Larue Daerson which was also consumed The tobacco was being dried and it is supposed the fire origin ated in this way Herrington The Nominee The Democratic county committee met at the court house Monday and there being no other candidate Mr L B Herrington was declared tin nominee r representative The fol lowingnominations were also made For surveyor J W Moore of Whit lock coroner Geo Samues magistrate Kirksville Joe Long magistrate Dreyfus J A Hunter Sowers Eagle Eye Editor J L Sowers of the Valley Argent was in town the other day As usual his eagle eye was peeled on passing events and ho went home and wrote the tallowing for his paper A few Republicans held a meeting in the lower court room of the courthouse at Richmond last Monday 1 oeeped in at the gathering and eay I have Cook and Peary beaten to a frazzle The frigidity of the occasion would make the north pole move jouth Splendid Opera By making a heavy guarantee the management of the Opera House will on Saturday matinee and night present t 10 dletiuguisheJ young artiste May- btewktrt accompanied by the eminent ictok Joseph De Grasse and a capable Company presenting Shakespeare1 immortatlcve tragedy at the special uat nee and his most amusing comedy Twelfth Night at night It is sot Jom indeed that our people can see inch prominent peopleon tbolocal stage tad a large sale of reserved seats indi ate that the house will be crowded at both performances Sea display ad 7 rtisement in this issue ot tUimax for prices Severe Storm The worst storm in recent years visited Richmond and Madison coun y Wednesday night about eleven clock The wind was strong the ain came in torrents while the almost constant lighting lighted up the whole city and country The dam age to tobacco cannot be estimated while other crops trees and fencing mffercd greatly The large tobacco barn of Mr Tom Chenault near town was struck and entirely consumed by the lire which followed entailing oss of 2500 to 3000 The residence jf Elliot Shifflet in the county was struck breaking window glass and other articles in the house Members of the family had narrow escapes Three fine brood mares belonging to Jas Biitner at CSlcast were killed by the lightning Telephone service in the county was crippled fences blown down and the turnpikes badly washedTruant Officers Notice The schools begin this week and it should be remembered that Section 172 oiE the School Law of Kentucky pro vides that every parent guardian or otberpersou in any city of the fourth class having control or supervision of any child or children between the ages of soven and fourteen years inclusive shall cause such child to be enrolled in and attend some public or private ddy- of parochial school regularlyeach school year for a full term or period of said school Section 173 provides that any pareat or guardian failing to com ply with Section 172 shall bo deemed guilty of misdemeanor and apon conviction be fined for first oflensa net exceeding 25 and for all subsequent offenses not more thah100 or im prisonment in county jail for Ot more than 50 days or both within th die erettou ol the Court It fHrtlMf JIfl1 t1l the the eUut1 coct ib4 YI IUrJtltlth Ja Q 1mg S- 1I wf- U r r NewFall WinterSuitsI THE STORE FOR F D II iCall up C W Cobb at Red Houses Ky7 For Country Hams Country Bacon Coun- tryLardthe kind your mother had Phone 2462 Drops Dead at Fair Mr Joel Fester of Mt Sterling ono II th heat judges of horses in Kiln tuck dropped dead in the ring at the Paris lair Thursday after lifting the ribbon on a horse He WIS well known to many people in this county Many Going Tile his State Fair ieon at Louisville his week and many people fioui this section will attend The railroads offer low rate and there are many attractions in the Falls City After The Urchins Truant Ofliccr J Coleman Neff tins warned parents in regard to the tbejurchiusthem in right away as Mr Neff is rte terraineJ to etif JKP the law It is a ood law and we are satisfied that Ortoney will see that it is enforced Girls On Strike The Hello girls of the Maysvillo telephone exchange went on a Etilke last week by reason of seine ohjct ion this rules of the company The tele phone girls have more to contend whit than any other class of employee and The Climax trusts they will get all concessions they ask and then some Pouring Into Normal Students continue to pour into the Normalud prospects for a fine years work are very flattering The atteid anco is not large juet now by reason of the tact that the county teachers are Mill busy with their schools hut whoa ilnst close they will flock hero iu great numbers as they all realise the many nil vantages to hi derived front attending this school To Euild Fine Stable The livery stabe of Mr J R Azbill on Maui sneer which was destroyed by fire recenlly is to be replaced by a larger one to be upto date in every particular and one of the finest in the State Mr Azbill has purchased the lot of Mr Tliurmau fronting on Irvine street on which were located the fire department and warehouse and this ground will be utilized together with the old ground which runs from Main to Irvine streets This will give much more room and allow stall room for many more horses She building will he constructed of brick and two stories ihronghout Work will be commenctd right away Big Days at Louisville The management of the Kentucky State Fair has designated Thursday Sept 16 as Kentucky Day Press Day Good Roads Day The State Fair is ah institution of which every KCJI tucklan should be proud Its effectiveness Is exploiting the live stock agricultural tind horticultural inter ests of the Commonwealth cannot be tco highly estimated and goes fir toward evidencing Kentucks fore most rank among progressive states It Is a happy combination which couples Kentucky Day witk Good toads and tbe Press two factors wkieli ovealkoU s perhaps atwfti aostl ri Mei tklJlpe 11 o i A piano for a song and I he Cmat will sing the song for you See offe elsewhere Send in name of some younc lady you would like to see get a 150 piano The Climax Born to the wife of Mr Irvine Shf lett on Irvine pike a little girl SLe has been named Mary Rothwell STIie company billed to play The Finale Settlement in this city this week fell by the wayside and failed to fill their datr There is on exhibition at Lackey and Olttham store a stalk of corn which measures over eighteen feet in height It was raised by Mrs Richard Cobb ou Second sttee- LImprovement At Picture Show The Jlior at the Princess Sink is being elevated in order that every body can see It will slope Irom rear 10 the front This will not interfere with the shows every night Big crowds attend eacb night Admission 5 cents Dont mist it New Traction Line Telegraphic information received in Lexington in Lexington yesterday from Dover Deleware states that the Kentucky Rapid Transit Co with a capitalization of ten million dollars med articles of incorporation there pre paratory to beginning the construction of a traction line trinn Lexington to Louisville via Frankfort Married In Bernie Taylor daughter of Mr John Taylor of this Citv1was married Friday III Lexington to Mr Charlie lapp a prohprous young business man of Mt Sterling The bride once lived in Richmond and has host of friends who wish br her a long life of happiness Duke Takes Trip Mr B Duke Gordon the accommodating and efllcient foreman of The Ximax oJfine is off for a few days vacation the first timo in many years Unlike most men he prefers work to vacations and certainly lias earned a rest Ho is at his home in Nicholas ville but wilt be back in the shop 10 morrowEarly Morning Fire The soft drink establishment of Jerry Powers on First street was discovered to be on fire about five oclock yesterday morning but quick work socn extinguished flames The fire was in the cellar and it is believed was caused by a match falling through a hole in the flnor the night before and bad been smouldering all muht Stop And Think Just at this season when you are beginning to need your fall outfit of clothing shoes and other log ery for winter titers an many cheat excur along and low rates given to the cities Now of course these offer golden opportunities to get your ouflt in t1 citv but The Climax begs you to stop and consider well before spending your money away from home When you give your dollar to the city fellow kiss i oodby for it will never be in this section of the country again Its gone Then think of home merchant If you wend ourdolarwith him it will remain home where yon will have another clmnce at it it help in ain tain your hum town and circulate amos your friends Now ws boirot you think it over and spend your money with tim home men who will ivn you just as goo bargain and see that yom ate satisfied with your purcliaza QuartersI thir 1t bias the JlIIftotim ti u3li 1i- a I The KentonM i Select Yours Early Before the Best i AreSo1d- Ass as fate early buyers get the prettiest Suits they skim the cream and let the other fellows have whats left Our stock is now at its bestour tables piled high the seasons choicest fabrics and newest styles Now is the time to buy if you would J choose to best advantage Quality guaranteed in every suit and prices reasonable 1 OOO 12aQ 1500 1 8OO- 2OOO 225Q 2500 New Hanan and WalkOver Shoes New Fall Overcoats New Hats Shirts Ties Etc One Price to all QUALITY Lexington- Miss with What is home without a musical in strumeni Dead lonesome of course net in on tile piano contest offered by The Climax Neal Forbes of Downs Ill bought of Bav Broaddud his farm near Forest 11111 price 2750 The place contains fr y seven acres possession January 1t Splendid Taste The First Presbyterian Church was used Sunday the first time sinco being overhauled and decorated The car pet painting and decorations are vely handsome The blend in colors is perfect and speaks well for the good taste of the ladies having the work in charge Old Spinning Wheel Mr iL A Barlow of this city has iu his possession a spinning wheel hearing date 1737 He Is a dealer in oldfashioned lurniture and in his search came upon this wheel It is in perfect running order and as good as when in use many years ago Mr Barlow has the wheel in his shop on Irvine street and it is attracting much attention Big Picnic the 30th Membeia ofthe Catholic church remaking great preparations for the big picnic to be givnn at thoi hall park Thursday the 80th Fine music will be furnished lilt afternoon and evening enItertninchance on a barrel of flour See hand bill for lurther particulars and get ready to go Runion Grove School The following pupils were on the Roll of Honor MacieTurpln Audiow Turpin Elbridge Noland Josph Ttir pm Katie Benton Lizzie Parke Mary Jett Isaac Jett Earl Park Hallie Parke Gilbert Parke Barnet Noland Win Boyd Wagers Nannie Williams Mattie Parke James Gentry Bosley Epardt George Heudrix- Junuio B Evans Teacher DEATHS KROADDUS Beverly Bronddas one of Madisons most popular citizent oifid at ls mime near Vallny View fuuday after abriel illness He was about 55 years of age and leaves a wife who has the deepest sympathy of our people in her great bereavement The funeral was conducted yesterday the burial taking place at Lexington BUTSER His legion of friends were grieved to learn of the death of Mr Jima Battier which occurred at his home near Oileast Friday night Mr Butner was well advanced in years and hia health had been failing lOt some time He was a farmer by occu pal ion ami had been quite successfil in fe He was one ot our bestknown citizens nail er jived the confidence Rod steem ot everyone He is ear ylved by his wife and several children al groWn The funeral services wert conducted by Dr J Addison Smith at tbe home Sunday afternoon the burial taking place at the Richmond Cemetery Wanted At every country postoffice agents for the Blue Graes edition of The LexingtoB Herald Liberal commis fiian pail Write for terms The Lex ington Herald Company Inc Lex ln toll Ky Saved Them efl DrJ 0 Greeson State Secretary Ameilcau Veterinary Medic Asa Kokeme IDdMV kThe herd of bOKi on which the Uoarboa Hog Ottots Riedy wee UMd aa od- ywMrdsl W give tide rquadyi- edh e p4 1inilftJm rEt bn u IiLi Farm For Sale Farm of 20 acres of land house of two rooms stablegood well two ponds good spring within half a mile o Irvine pike adjoining lands of Stagner Brothers and being on road No 111 that intersects the Kayanaugh road four miles from Richmond 3t E M Bond Mr E V Elder announces thatg his millinery department is now open for inspection and all are invited to call and see the latest stylesin fall and winter millinery goods =Piano Prize Contest The Climax Will Inaugurate Greatest Popularity Con test Ever Arranged In This Section This issue of the Climax will con tain full particulate of the greatest popular girl contest ever inaugurated by a paper in ent ckyIIn this contest two magnificent 400 pianos will be given absolutely free to the most popular young lady in Madi son county and Richmond Also a number of other prizes The object of this contest Is to introduce the Climax into is many homes sit possible We have at present a largo list of subscribers but wo want morewe are never anti lied and have decided to make au unprecedent ed offer to geT thom These crand pianos to be offered will be given to the young ladies in this county receiving the greatest number of votes A certain number of votes will be issued for each dollar paid on subscriptions to the Climax These votes will be made in favor of anyone the subscriptions wishes therefore the young baby who obtains the greatest number of subscriptions will be the one to secure the piano This is no lottery scheme There is absolutely no risk in this gift distribution It will be worth while to work for this piano It is not a dieaply made indifferent ly toned instrument but the best that could be procured iu tho market It is a piano that any family would be proud to possessEach is requested to cut out the nomination blank below and fill in the name of seine girl that you think would make a good contestant By doing this you will not only confer a favor upon u j but at the same time help some deserving young lady to win this flue plant Read the announcement pet full particulais and then you will be able to start with the first day of the con test and while the race is not always to 7he swift tbero is something in being able to start first v If iuterested call at the office or send in your name- PolULAn Gnu VpTINtf CO TnT 1 dU HOU I hereby nominate or Bupgeit the named v fitrLf c as a lady worthy to become candi dato in our Popular Girl Voting Con Last I present this name with the distinct understanding and agroeme that the editor shall not divulge my name This does not obligate me in any way whatever I Signed iAddress j rmr ii M- rai1 IM k l L I 400 TWO 400 iigh tirade Pianos Given Away BY THE Climax Printing Company A BSOLUTELY the biggest contest of any kind ever inatiguarated in this section 6a of Kentucky Two high grade first class pianos to be given away absolutely FREE to girls and young ladies in Richmond and surrounding country on sub scriptions for The Climax only The circulation department of The Climax has made the above arrangements and the particulars will be given in full in next weeks issue of this paper and the most popular girls or the ones that secure the mostvotes during the next two or three months will secure the pianos One of these pianos goes to the girl in Richmond who secures the largest number of votes in Richmond and the other goes to the girl in Madison county who secures the largest number of votes Besides the two pianos the will be handsome prizes awarded to all who work Many special premiums will be awarded during the contest which will be announced from time to time The total value of the prizes offered will be about 100000 Every 6irl in Richmond and Madison County- has opportunity to win some of the prizes All that is necessary is that their names b3 sent The Climax who will promptly send out the necessary subscription blanks and orders with in instructions how to proceed Votes will be lesued as stated in the rules of the contest for all subscriptions and they may be voted as tie subscribers may wish One thing however we must insist that our advice is net asked in this matter as the contest must be conducted entirely fair for one and all and no one will be favored more than another Other prizes will be anncuncjd durinn the contest The girl who gets busy right away will be the one who stands the best chance of win ning If you have friends who do not take The Climax see them at once and get their subscriptiona before some one else does If you know of persons who have not re newed their subscriptions get tnem to pay up and get their votes If you know of persons who are in arrears on subscriptiohs we can tell you these get them to pay up and get their votes Ballot box will be in our office and voting will begin shortly Get busy and watch the announcements in the paper I z CQ rk Lc UZ r 11 z- Jofy r i Free Voting Contestno V1909t I hereby nominate or suggest i Address As a lady worthy to become a candidate in yod POP ULAR GIRL VOTING CONTEST I present this name withthe distinct understanding that the editor O divuI name This does not inyohie me 1 infanyway whatsoever v 1 1 i V Name rjli WiAddress 0 No one related Ufor in any connected with any member of the Climax family or office help will be eligible to enter this contest- SEE mNOUNCEMElSrr NEXT WEEK Constables Sale Under distress warrant 1 will on Saturday Sep 18 1909 yall oclck pm ih iroaofciihiot3S5 door in Richmond Ky sell to the high cRt bidder ior cash thtffollpwing prop erty of Dr Ehiler Korthcutt A lot of household furniture mini ot medicine mediciuQ ace vapor haiti cabinet gas heater and other articles It L M SORIVfcER C MC Atttr tht Gam JouesS in tM that it fellow got 3 dabs for huggtimIn tke le Hte4J flidkIlL4h hvakhlii4cti 4- I Wants To KnowI The union suits wilt soon be back Vilt BOOH fc Lack with us slack Do you back IB them fro the front Or cmwliBto th wi frowi the back BBBB In Hfe Bonnet Oh TridesmHn m tkiae hour of e e e f If on Wia p per yo rfnowW c e e c Take out advEead new be y y y y Go straight facMHl Hfttot Ii ll Youll fl d tlsSpoe t ot aome a a ti ts Ne ietiMMi 4for M exqqqq Be wat yt de i t AIildtbO1 jiai k u LOSING FlESttl IIm summer can be prevented by taking SCOT TS EMI ISWY Its as beneficial in summer asiawinter If youare weak andrun downitwilLgive you strength arid build you up T ke It a lUtto eod mUcoc mtrnr Cetabotd DOW MDi 1 LnpsvsA ie1aqel ps a uzuiti J1jiW 4aas a L1 H1 H Ym = t =Jt 0 ili L G 4 4 I H l1 l 3 t ii J29 4It I Sl rling- ClothesSt ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES t J tolShrink or Fade I I- rb0 r years experience the factory guarantee in suitstall sizes from smallest boy to largest i man Newest stockI in city to select from t Pine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods I JR B StoufferOldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond THE CLIMAX 1 1 A YEAR Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization the CitizensM Nationalf nsurance Vr 1 x Company Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week FIRST WEEK AUGUST 2 10696000TOTAL SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9 1 20024000TOTAL THIRD WEEK AUGUST 16 34500000TOTAL 469460ooTOTAL FIFTH WEEK AUGUST 30 60170000L TOTAL SIXTH WEEK SEPT 6 S73821OOOII TOTAL SEVENTH WEEK SEPTEMBER 1- 3S83466OOOpr 1t rIF YOU ARE INTERESTED PILL OUTAJD MAIL THIS COUPON WiT GREGORY Richmond Ky Climax LOUISVILLE KY t A ptoMvjiiMiBe full istorm6ti9naa to the CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE r IMJ NCE COMPANY r 7 NAME aJJ t IIJ tADDSW8 f JF a 4 v rr u I RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations The determining factor In nil that makes a tuna Is within himself and not la mere privilege or opportunity Rev P A Slmjikln Congregationalist Salt Lake City Utah High and Holy Service Salvation Js not mere salvage Sal vation la high and holy service It Is doing the will of God It Is a call to share In a divine purpose Rev W H Stevens Presbyterian Huntingdon Canada Morality Morality Is the biggest word save one in the English language All the mnn made laws in existence should be expressions of the supreme moral law Rev Leslie E Learned Episcopalian Pasadena CalA of the Age What this age needs Is not men to decry the age and destroy ambition but men who will give our ambitions proper direction and harness them to high purposes Rev James S Klttcl Reformed Albany N L To Win Freedom Let every human being stand In the presence of God with naked soul that the true light of truth mny shine in and nil mOil will be brothdrs Ami all will be frecRev E S Ilodgta Uni tartan Los Angeles Cal Source of Enthusiasm Enthusiasm to God In us An enthu siast Is vile possessed by God Christ Is the type of the truly enthusiastic person because he was possessed to do the whole will of God and because to do It delighted thrilled and satisfied hlmRev E L Marsh Congregation mist Providence R I Humanitys Goal The demand of the times Is a new Incarnationthe Incarnation of the spirit and ot the life of Jesus in the dally life of his disciples and this rec ognized as the supreme end of all hu man endeavor and striving the goal of humanity Rev L O Rotcnbach Presbyterian Brooklyn Education and the Soul Education Is not the enemy of faith You have a right a duty to use your wind within your religion Only do not make the fatal error of thinking that you must never trust the soul beyond the confines of cold intellectual calculation Rev Richard W Hogue Episcopalian Raleigh N 0 Life and Love Life is a frail figure She is wing less her feet unfitted for the rocks She lays her band unfalteringly in the hand of Love The figure of Love is graceful but powerful The skin is dark the wings massive There Is a calm assurance of power Nothing in my hand I bring Simply to thy croSs I cllugIte Arthur S Pheips Baptist Los Angeles Cal Our Possibilities For Good We often place a low valuation on ourselves although God bas invested to us wonderful possibilities for good which it is for us to develop and from which we should return dividends to him It may be that our word Is the only word some man close to the brink cnn hear The grasp of our hand maybe the only grasp that can put new faith Into some man whom discourage ment has cause to distrust Rev C L Tate Methodist Episcopal Washing ton Friendliness We have not really changed so much The universe may be larger the demands may be greater but the thing which is essential is the same rind throughout all generations there will be found in the human heart swelling up generation after genera lion this great feeling of friendliness which unites us to God and which causes us to come Into contact with the eternities which God shows us Rev Edward M Parrott Jr Episco palian Lake George N L Source of True Liberty Nothing ever gives true liberty but to know and do the rightthe truth Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free Those are not Idle words They are as definite and positive and inevitable as the law of gravitation And how shall we know the truth Great Teacher The answer comes back By continuing in my word And what does that mean It means to live always up to the highest known motive it means to begin right where you are and always do what is revealed to you as right and never do what is revealed to you as wrongthnt is continuing in his word and that will bring you to a con tinuing knowledge of the truth and the truth shall make you free Rev Frau G Smith Congregationalist ChicagoLook on the Bright Side Ones mentality partakes of that upon which the mind thinks Ones emotions and purposes are put in ac tion by meditation and couversatlon Love hate vengeance anger all the emotions of the heart are set aglow by thinking and talking To seek consider enlarge upon the talk of the virtuous the useful is helpful Look on the bright side the hopeful side the pure and wholesome side of human experiences and conditions It is true there are evils Sometimes we cannot avoid them They protrude like jagged rocks They advance like stealthy lions The good is often coy and modest while evil is bold and for ward Seek ye that which is good and Tet your soul delight Itself in fatness There is more good than evil More people are well than are sick There Is more of sunshine than clouds There Is far more of gladness than of sad ness There Is far more good than bad But only an eye for tits goodwill see till good Rev Frank W Luce Methodist Episcopal Cleveland O iEUGlOUS THt0U4iTTT Gems Gleaned from the Tuetilnfi of All Denominations The law of service Is the touchstone of human endeavor Ilcr D Olin Ilns Baptist Loulsvllfo Ky Standard of Right v It should be borne lu mind thatvrlth out some knowledge of the true nature of God there Is no standard of right Rev Hiram Vrooman Presbyterian Providence R 1 Graces of Temper To bear evils with patience extracts from them their sharpest thorns and gathers from them the sweetest graces of temper Rev J B Itemensnydcr Lutheran NcwYork Brotherhood Nothing without brotherhood Is worth while Every man must die who will lava no neighbor or brother Everything that stands In the way of human peace and brotherhood must goItev Stephen S Wise Hebrew New York The Worlds Great Light With the state the homo aid tho school the Cbu stands a greatTight ih the world and by that light tub good ship Progress slowly but mRyes- on to a higher and more stable civi lization Her William D Slmpnds Unitarian Oakland Cal V Importance of Character Pride uud vanity emphasize calling rather than character It Is character that counts not office No office ever yet made a man If a man hasnt the character and ability to fill a position that office will never give him thos- ethinItev J W Brougher Metho dst Portland Me- Morality Theory The true theory of morals Is not that we can do all vrc ought to do and be nil that we ougtft to be Just by try Ing that is false The true theory Is that power belongetU only to God and that he only can make our lives what they ought to beRev Dr Joseph Dunn Burrcll Presbyterian Brooklyn Temptation The world without temptations would be a hell Temptation and the struggle against It are absolutely neces sary for moral character If man could be righteous without effort his Hfo would be meaningless and monotonous There would be nothing to resist hence nothing to gain Life Is a moral gym nasium and It Is because temptation Is a universal necessity that It has been made a universal fact like sorrow and death Itev P H Barker Con gregational Chicago Soul Saving Church Jesus came to save It Is a pity to bring people Into the church and let them freeze to death So the Ideal church must be a soul saving church To have this quality several things arc necessary It must be a praying church It magi not only be a praying church burlmust endeavor to answer Its own irayers God never does for us what we can do for ourselves It must be a self sacrificing church A man who refuses to sacrifice for God can not be a Christian The church must realize that the world Is lost and that we have something with which to save the world Thank God we have something with which to save the world the old fashioned plain sim ple unvarnished gospel It does not need any additions or subtractions but will save by Itself If you will only give It half a chance Rev Dr John E Briggs Baptist Washington Leisures Test The problem cf our age Is not the labor question but the leisure ques tion and In proportion as that can be solved will the labor problem take cars of itself One of the saddest com mentaries upon our present day con- dItIon is the fact that in most of our large concerns that employ men It Is a recognized fact that Mondays out put and that after each holiday are In tenor both in quantity and quality to the output of other days so many of the men return from their day of leisure poorer men and poorer la borers The test of manhood comes In ones moment of leisure It is In our moments of leisure that we gather ourselves together and It Is these moments that give significance to the whole of life In our hours of labor we build but it Is In the hours of leisure that the plan of life Is worked out which Is the determining thing The only say ing power Is the power of an Ideal The man who has a splendid Ideal will make his work contribute to that ideal and will find joy in his work Then the moment he Is free from the ex acting routine of labor he will give himself at once to the call of his ideal and will find in obedience to It rest and recreation But the man without an Ideal fiuds little joy In his work because he cannot see that it contributes to any end He works simply because necessity drives him to It and the moment the pressure of necessity Is removed he gives himself over to the gratifying of sense Such a man Is a slave aud there is no system or power In heaven or In earth that can emancipate him In proportion as man feels the pull of an ideal does the dividing line between work and play and pleasure fade away as It ought to Ills joy Is In the creative processes Dissipation destruction or any reversal of the creative process Is pain ful When our laboring masses are filled with this Idealism they will be free They will cease to destroy and dissipate In their hours of leisure what they have painfully built up In their hours of labor Their work and their recreation will reenforce each other They can take everything Into their own hands for they will use nothing simply for their own self gratification but for the good of all for In this only will they find satisfaction Itev K Stanton Hodgln Unitarian Los An Its Cnl i t p Harvest Season is here and when in need t ofa machine dont forget that f we haridle the L y r Deering Binders t and Mowers t the machine noted for itsflight rifa l tirJ rdurability tl GU GQodIOB Prop IIIIIM rt rr ty t rh 3 JOSEPH DeGROSSE as he appeared here a few seasons ago as Shylock in The Merchant of Venice which roll has placed him in the front ranks with the most prominent Shakesperian actors of the day Mr DeGrosse will be seen in the support of Miss Stew ark at theIOpera House Saturday matinee and night as Romeo in Romeo and Juliet and Malvalio in Twelfth Night in which characters he is said to be as convincing as in Shylockt Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate oIT J Douglas deceased arc requested to file same properly verified to undersignad within 30 days from this date Those indebted to estate are requested to call and settle same Mrs T J Douglas Admz SeptS 1909 q81t To Boil Ham Place ham in kettle and pour water sufficient to cover well then add one pint of good apple vinegar This will make even a strong ham taste sweet and tender Tainted meat of any kind will be made sweet and tender by add ing a little vinegar For a good sized roast add a teacup til vinef ar Never place your meat in hot with r id cook it as the outside will cook qn her than that next to the bone and the meat will not be so well cooked as when you placo it in cold water and let all get warm together There Was A Fan There was a Fan in our town and ho was wondrous wise it made him howl in pain to see the batter sacri fice eat out that stuff you bonehead runt slam one upon the nose dont bunt that aint no proper kind of stunt smash one against the skies There was a Fan in our town and when the batter failed to bunt but went out short tofirst how bitterly ho wailed Why dont you play the game you stew and bunt when it is up to you That aint no Big League way to doand other wise he railed There was a Fan in our town who ninty feet away could always get a better view upon each dizzy play than any umpire standing near enough to bite the players ear slid each decision brought a jeer throughout the harSfought fray There was a Fan fn our town who had a better scheme a better way of managing pennantwinning team than any mogul in the world who ever saw a flagunfnrled or one that round the flag staff curled his system was a dream There was a Fan in our townyou always had to show him the team was punk or always drunk the dope conld never slow him Just let hem loses game of ball and holy whiskerswhat a squall They never had a chance at aUI wonder if l youknowhimA Error Many peopla delude themselves by sayingIt will wear away when they notice symptoms of kidneyand bladder trouble This ija mistake Tako Foleys Kidney Remedy and stop tho drain on the vitality It cures backache IheumatIsm kidney and bladder trouble and makes every trace of pain weakness andurinary trouble disappear Why suu t tlrlghtsI PUBLIC SALE and Renting I will offer for sale on Wednesday Sept 22 ipoo at 10 oclock a ms at my farm 51 miles from Richmond on Big Hill pike Two brood mares and mule colts and both mares in foal again broodmare and horse colt and mare in foal again saddle mare in foal 1 gray mare fan ill horse 9 years old work horse 0 years old 1 mare 5 years old i 1 mate 4 years old 2yearold filly 1 mare mule 7 years old 1 horse mule 7 years old 20 head of steers 1 heifer 1 milch cow 80 head of sheep Slnmbs 10 hoW 2 straw ricks 4 turning plows 1 cutting harrow 1 smoothing harrow wheat drill corn planter mowing machine 1 Deering binder hay rake 2 riding cultivator 2 double shovels 1 two horse wagon set of plow harness rol ler 2 saddles busgy carriage and other things too numerous to mention At same time and place I will rent mv farm for the balance of the year 1009 and the year 19 0 Farm con talus 240 acres 100 acres in cultivation to be put in wheat corn and tobacco Possession given at once except the house and that January 1 1910 This farm is located inone of the best neighborhoods in Madison county 6j miles from Richmond on the Big Hill pike rural route at door nice residence and all necessary out buildings good garden and young orchard TERMSWill be made known on day of sale Any ote desiring to tee larm or for any information call on or write JB Cornelison Richmond Ky Mrs Lucy B Sallee Richmond Ky Long Tom Chcnault Auctioneer K YI Carriage W ork 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 guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always lowest Testifies After FourYears Carlisle Cents N L Gn Bur hams writes About four years PRO I wrote you that I had been entirel cured of kidney trouble by taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy It entirely stopped the brick dus sediment and pain and all the ymp tomb of kidney trouble disappeared and after fonr years 1 am again pleased to state that I have never symptomsrcured Foley KIdney Remedy will do the same for you 2 Round Trip- To LOUISVILLEt Sunday September 19 louisville S Nashville RR Special Train Leaves Richmond 6 a m arrives Louisville 1045 Leaves Louisville 6 p nj returning BaseBall Game- Louisville vs Minneapolis- Two Games Beautiful Parks and River Rides u J W AMJ1TON AGENT L 4 NPIh TO CLOSE OUT A CAR WE OFFERS noon lQDaCO f tICJ 1 S d d J r iAT 4 per r Thb rnd 3 t CASH v v at i Nbbe chargedat this prIce x i ED BLANTON COMPANY i 9 r ttft elcphone 45cr Near L A Depot Jol i SONl I Ii j Contractors and Builders j l J Estimates furnished on short notice on buildings o- flaU kind We also have a large and complete stock i of i j Mantles Grates and Tiling j l l 1 TODD SON l l l grr s s + The selection of the graduation gift for the Sweet Gir Graduate can best be made here We have a splendid as sortment of small Gold Jewelry Watches Chains Bracelets Lockets Necklaces All of the very best and of the charac ter that will give mutual pleasure to both the recipient and the purchaser All specially priced for this occasion Your examination is respectfully solicited v tL E LANEll t Arraeis Old Stand Main Street The Burton Water System I Water Works For Country Homes By our Pneumatic Water System water is forcedany where in bouse stable or yard for all domestic purposes and for fire protection Cool water m summer and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank underground no freezing or bursting of pipes Entirely antomaiip inaction Air pressure generated by hand pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our individual water works plants are in use We haTe many letters from these satisfied users and have published about fifty of them in book form It makes a book of strong personalopinlcnsa copy free Costs 1500 and up according to your requirements Writ for full par C A BURTON WATER SOVLV COMPANY CityAt t The latest nest and ciicnrr plant for etoiinff writer undrr sureandanteself nod operated by hand motor pnsolineencinewindmillnndia the latest nnd best ivntcr system This system is ideal for farms country homes iuburlwn t places and cnn be adapted tonny r place condition or position rLbefitlatest improvement Splendid for fireprotect your property Get a Burton System on your f place and have baths nnd nil the comforts of n city home The cost is slicht the ben Is greatE This cut shows cistern nod hand pump tRichmond Plumbing Company Incorporated t EDThis cut shows a well with hondpuui sd h J t wcmsm Repeating Shotguns INDORSED by the us Ord trance Board The choice of fbyChadeall other trap shooters lxtol with the unprecedented record of 9677 for x 1175 targets sand by five out of the first eight men for the year WinchtrShotguns are safe sure a t AJ i v f