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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J = CLIMAXI r IVOLUME 36RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1909 NUMBER 16 II I wAttPAPER BROWERS c11q JPat Is It You Needy FURNITURE Whe Largest Stock in Central Kentucky CARPETS Unequalled Assortment Si RUGS v livery Quality Size and Style Y 1 1WALL PAPER Yvv dfir 4in All The New Artistic Effects ART GOODS 4 Rookwood otterv Tiffany Tavrile GlassrRussian BratNever was the store so full of good thinsas now and never were prices so attractive We guarantee tu save you money on every purchased sdT5 Brbwer d Co fMAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY f When in Need off Plastering or Concret- eMATERIAL1 SEE BURNSu ROBINSON Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE i 42I RICHMOND also handle all kinds of Feed fWe j I O J t 2fl WeS ell May Man Pattern JOcEac t he Right Way to get good work is datelne o91Z W P BAXTER OPERA HOUSE MATINEE AND NIGHT SATUDAY9 SEPTEMBER 25th The Cow Boy GirlWITH SUE MARSHALL AS GYP AND HER FRISKY BRONCHOS SHOW GIRLS I Lad stock Crop J+ + N0+4NN MN0100 IN A dispatch from Owingsvillo states that Bath county is full of tobacco buyers who arc offering from 10 to 12J cents A L Robertson has bought three hundred acres of tobacco in Bath and Nicholas counties at 10 cents to 111 cents a pound Authentic reports from Robertson say that full ninety eight per cent of of the tobacco crop will be pooled by the Burley Society James Wallace sold his fine Shet land pony that took the blue ribbon at the Germantown fair to Senator Grigsby of Lewis county for 125 Shed Williams a farmer near Sharpsburg has made a most remark able record in hog raising He rea lized 102 from one so win thirteen months Fleming county growers have al ready pooled 3650 acres of their 4500 acre tobacco crop and the poolers are making rapid progress in getting the remainder tc io in t i l A Y i lOver eleven hundred acres of the county tobacco crop was signed up in the Burley pool the first of the week and an active and successful canvass in now being prose cuted Mr G T Leach has sold his farm of about sixtylive acres near Center ville to Mr W N Dunn of George town for 9100 or 140 per acres Mr Dunn will move to the place on March 1910 Two hundred dollars a ton for broom corn is now predicted by men in the trade At Arcola ill farmers have refused 170 for corn in the field Thu price Tuesday was 100 Buyers are frantic while the farmers are standing pat At sale of Berry land in Fayette county Mr Ed Weathers of Bourbon county pur chased 355 acres for f5 per acre and Mr Jas Evans also of this coucty bought the 256 acre tract at 96 per of Chicago packing firms are in St Petersburg investi gating the posslbilties of the Caucasus and Western Siberia as a source of meat supply The Caucasus are as yet an untouched field although great quantities of sheep are available thereA county farmer solved the sheep killing dog problem in a suc cessfui way After ho 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 a part of a sheep Nearly every morning when he went to the pen ho found one or more 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 anymore sheep More over 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 Eczema Is Now Curable Zemo a clean liquid for external use stops itching instantly and per manently cures eczema and ever form of itching skin orscalp disease Perry and Thomas the druggists say Zemo is the most successful and mer itorious remedy he hits ever scld for the prompt relief and positive cure of eczema and every form of itching skin disease Ask for sample and see displayand photos of many remark able cures made by Zemo tt White Plymouth Rocks ForQ Sale I have a few nice white Plymouth Rtick Pullets and cockrels for sale O D Iillcr- Richmond Ky Prompt delivery perfect work reasonable prices The Rich mond Steam Laundry Insures all these Phone 52 It Lost or Stolen White and livercolored pointer pup Missedabout Aug 21 Reward for return Carl Todd tf For Sale A good second hand buggy cheap For particulars call at the Richmond Carriage Works Two Farms For Rent or Sale Near Red Honsegood improvements well watered Will either rent or sell separately or both together Apply to Mrs J W Smith 91tf or W 0 Chenanlt Switches ami puffs made to order Stock on hand to select from t also have in stock triangles chignons in fact everything in hairdressing I guar antee to restore grey hair to its original color Call and see me at 421 Walnut St Mrs Alice Harper I buy hair and combings and clippings 3m the new r The Wrong Way is to buy a riot of old stock and get to it for you Phone WALL JOUr w YOUR WiFE your a a haven of rest for you to come back to at night And all day long it is a pleasure to your wife To make a pretty bedroom it is more important to I ft costs a lot A brass bed pr a pretty white iron bed if f r you prefer bureau and chiffonier of light color birdseye imaple is especially pretty a low rocking chair and one or two straight back chairs to match a mirror five foot high screwed on to a closet door asofa ti n cretonne II t 4curtains a light colored rug on the floorall this does f i 1 1Dot cost very much ifyou buy from uit and makes a pretty room Came in and talk it over Dont forget to get a STEARNS FOSTER mattress That is what makes your a haven ofrest No other mattress is so comfortabler f Made in four grades of superiority 1050 to 22 Windsor Grade at 1350 is guaranteed superior to other adrertatd mattress We sell it on 60 nights If you ran part with It at the end of that time trIalft i return your money without question or comment ijM M1 OLDBAM LACKEYfj Day 76 SpecialtyNight I I Jic I ttl so Discovered theNORTH POLEf Pearyh We Sell Manton Patterns lOc Each This see absorbing topic at presentEach clamoring for the gloryEach his claims for recognition In either case since theyms suddenly to have moved nearer to Uwe are making rapid preparations for the Fall and WlntCPof have made a discovery we not hoist flag leave a record our trip return with photographs the explorers of Artie regionsbut we immediately took possession and in order to remove all doubts broughtwith us and we now have them on display at The Cash for of our friends CULW 4everyone is cordially invited to and see the greatest assortment of fall merchandise we have ever offered Silks and Dress Goods Black and Colored f lY New wash goods great variety Blankets Underwear r Hosiery Etc in Abundance administrators acreRepresentatives Ladies Fall Suits Cloaks that embody style features 1000 to 2750 Ladies Tailored Skirts 350to1250 Ladies Waists 98c anybody hang PAPER I fOR AND tojstartr5have- tastefulfurniturethatharmoniresthanfurniturethatmerely t rPutbedroom anyTitr and Phone OIL May pushing but did the of and the Hustling Store the inspection call Mens Suits and Overcoats We now have the largest stock of Mensf and Boys Suits and Overcoats we have ever carried We areV continually advancing in style arid quality in this de partment but have never been able to offer a better quality for the price V y r Ty1- A visit to our storez is always appreciated whether you buy or not Remember our Motto i l lliiWAM r 1iA ENQHEST QUALITY GOODS FOR THE LOWEST PpGESut1i J r I r tk l iL 0 I VERY RESPECTFULLY Y YOURS tr s BROSHA1IIILTONf1t JRIGHMONlfY jh I r A i3iI FALLIS HERE and it is about time you are think r ing about winter clothes We have a beautiful line of Fall and Winter goods Everything in Woolen Goods Silks Flannellettes t Ginghams Challies Merserized Bengalines Outings the very best values for your money We wish to call your special at I tention to our SILK WAIST PAT TERNS both in fancy and plainI Prices ranging 398 498 598 a pattern Call and see us I OWEISI i1cKe I The Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor t PRESS and PUBUSIERS I FBICE fl00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 22 1909 AMERICANS are often accused of being boastful and perhaps there is- a class of them that is unwarrantedly arrogant but after all they have a good deal to be boastful about They make up a nation that since its birth has done things Probably we have too overdone somethings and maybo we have been two busy in carving out a new and powerful nation to give as much time as we should to some of the finer things of life but the world owes much to our ingenuity and our industrious ways- Americans founded the first gover ment under which all men were equal before the law Since the Declaration of Independence was published to the world the democratic idea has hourly received new impulse until now its march seems irresistible Americans were the first to de monstrate the feasibility of relying on a citizen soldiery to defend the and and its institutions against foreign or domestic attack Americans were the first to abolish titular distinctions and to deprive social eminence of any support save character or the consensus of those who choose to consider themselves as socially elect It was an tAmerican who invented the steamship- An American invented the tele graphS American Invented the tele phone An American invented the electric light An American invented the reaper which makes it possible to feed the the billion and more people on this planet It was an American too who in vented the sewing machine Americans also were the conquerors of pain when they discovered how by means of sulphuric ether the ten derest human nerves could be made insensible to the surgeons steel Americans opened the ports of Japan to the nations of the world made a path into darkest Africa and now two Americans crbwn the geographical achievements of their countrymen by discovering the north pole Ax Indianapolis man would have been killed but the heavy cotton padding that built out his shoulders A bullet that struck him could not penetrate that The corset stay as a life saver has been vindicated many times butso far as we are aware this is the first timethat mans padding has come into his own Ir tir Peary made thirtyfive miles a day some days over the frozen ice- fields he was certainly going some to usea race track expression Per laps conditions were so severe up there however that he was like the cow that climbed tree just as a pack of wolves was closing in on her Cows can climb trees but that one kid to THE postpffice department for the fiscal year ending Juno 30 showed a ifcficit of f20000000 which was ff oooo greater deficit than shown the a TNt before Figuring along that UM what bright little boy or girl caa Ml bow loaglt will tketo put the ospartat ML a paying bids =laxfclma iisrkj abbtft jrsirf mrwkM bUy wM wi 1i I rtJaII Y So often do newspaper men hear the plaintive wail If it would have been me or some other poor man not up in Christianity your paper would been full of it It is certainly hard world for those who want to get even theydomrs would have been a great year for a general campaign Enormous crcps bursting granaries untold prosperity andall that to say nothing of higher taxes and a revis ed tariff law that doesnt revise IT is a pretty sate bet that any given one of these socalled Uro mances in which the old folks are outwitted or overridden will turn out like the sleeping bakers batch of bread half baked or bad How long must we walt to see the showingPearyturn upinlots of we other people havent WHAT if those Eskimos refuse to testifyon the ground that they would incriminate themselves THERE is one good thing about men They dont often try to sing when theycant THIS pole business is the only thing in the lust eight years or so that has obscured Theodore A happy thought for today The price of coal gets higher every month Personals +Mrs Lola Gay Burnam is visiting in Winchester Mrs D B Shackeiford was in Lexington Saturday spendinMr and Mrs C C Long the past week in LouisvilletMiss Kate Davis of Lexington is visiting friends at Waco- Mr C F HIggins was in Cincin nati several days last week Mrs Ernest Watts has been visit- Ing relatives in Nicholasville Mrs Richard Cobb and children visited in Cincinnati last week IMiss Sallie Ellis has returned from a to relatives in the country fromLancaster RegisterMrs A B Paris is visiting her aunt Mrs J T Wilkerson in Lexington pfDanvilleMrs Elizabeth Miller is in Winches HarryWlnnMrs Elia Farley had a delightful visit with Mrs Lncretia Cotton last week f Miss Bessie Covin ton left this week spendtheMrs Talt Todd andlMlss Bessie White have goo to Clay City for a two weeks visit Little Miss Mary Pate of Clover port has returned home after a visit to Miss Julia Hill Miss Mary Helm of Nashville has beep the guest of Miss Belle Bennett at the Hotel Glyndon Miss Josephine Dunn who has been visiting friends here has re turned to Danville Mr and Mrs Martin GVatry and children Sallie xndlUlph are visit log relatives in Bloor1gtoa Ill ThompsonTayloring his mother Mrs R S Taylor Rev Chas Connor Brown pastor of the Lancaster Presbyterian church was a Visitor In Richmond Monday Mr Charles Colljer of Middles boroV has joined his wifAkofoi a Visit to Mr and Mrs James Senulder Mrs Ed CorBelisdK is ia the cIties buying new embroideries stamping patterns and other faney1work for the iesMr l kHlllliq o4 V dk da 1forIfllifla uIY ri Mr Albert Reichspfarr is illof InfirmaryProfessor C Ruckor Adams and SundayRobert Bush who has been quite muchImproved toLouisvillehis mother Miss Rachel Kennedy has returned CrabOrchardMiss Amanda Duncan is at the studyingforMiss Dorothy Kellogg of Cincinnati is the guest of Mr Kellogg and family this week ClaudeWalton inStanfordMiss Gallic Miller Shackelford left this week for Tarrytown on the Hud son where she will enter Miss Masons school Mr Irvine Ballard is again bedfast veryapprehensiveillness visitingspendtheMr and Mrs Charles Barclay and CovellIllinoisrelatives and friends here Miss Eva Munday has arrived and taken charge of Farley March Trim ing Department and will be delighted to see all of her friends It is with much that their many friends witness the removal of LexingtonSheriff Pleas Broaddus has returned MrsBroaddusfriends in Newport Rev and Mrs Smith and children who have been visiting the family of toIndianapolisMiss Rufina Ruggles the hat artist arrived Monday from Cincinnati and took up her duties at Miss Kate V Schmidts millinery store yesterdayto byherter there T J Muth civil engineer of Rich land Mo who has been employed on the United States survey of the Ohio JBCourier Journal Mr Earl Curtis of Richmond and McssrdRoy Land and Marion of Lexington touringcaryesterday Mrs Harry Hanger entertained with InlonorMacon Georgia Mrs Jennings of JoplunofMr and Mrs G J Johnson have returned to Harrodsburg after a visit to Mr and Mrs G B Todd at Speed well Theystopped oft here for a visit with Mr and Mrs A D Miller as they were en route home Hoopcston 111 Herald Mr and Kyandton Texas parents and sister of Mrs thoDuleyresidence Mr Clark Allman who has been with the Richmond Drug Co for several years has gone to Cincinnati where he will complete his study of pharmacy Mr Allmau Is a son of Chief Jas H Allman and like the Captain is a mighty clever fellow Editor and Mrs F S Hughes of Lancaster stopped over in Richmond earouto home from a tripto Atlantic City ad other points Mr Hughes although young at the busi thebessuccess IIt is with much pleasure ire note tile improvement in condition of Hon vreceveredLouisville Ills friends are urging pohtleirightin connection with Several high offices Sam C Lackey of H iwdsharir hlfrlftdsllknowRberetMM ud wm form j with JMiq artrf a LtMiiMUU IlL for l aMIIn vtOoctGu0 Haq J Mrs James A Leach of Louisvilley the newt elected President of the Federated Womans Clubs of Krn tucky will visit tho clubs of Rich mond Monday September 27th Both the CecHian and the Womans Cub will meet Mrs Leech at the Elks Club Ibo 1 Monday afternoon at 3 oclock Each member is urged to be present Little Miss Lon Jane Ella Wells I daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Wells of this city was hostess at isrty Thursday afternoon from 3 to a in celebration of her sixth birthday About thirtyfive little ones responded to invitations After many games plaTed they were invited to the din ing room which looked beautiful for the occasion being lighted with shaded candles and where a delight ful lunch was served Lancaster Record Hon J A Sul livan paid this office a pleasant call this week being in our town on professional business Dr G C Paris has returned to his homo in Colorado Mr Charley Vaught of Rich mond was guest of Mr John Mc Roberts Miss Lee Prather has re turned to her home in Richmond after a visit to Miss Gallic Adams Miss Knapp West is in Richmond the guest of Mrs W T Short Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond is the guest of Mrs M K Denny Peace in Tobacco Field Agreement Made By President Cantrill with Burley Society Ratified Only One Pool cf Bur ey Tobacco In Kentucky Ibis Year Louisville Ky Sopt 17 1909 The Kenuky State Union A S if E met pursuant o a previous call by President Cantrill The following members were present President Cantrill Thomas T Barrett of Hen derson Pen Watson of Dixon J H McConnell ot Princeton end G W McMillen of Butler Kv George P Davis was abent Preii rent Cantril called the meeting to order after which Mr McConnell moved that WI reratify the action of Mr Cantrill ir accepting certain propositions as offered bv the Burley Tobacco Society at Winchester Ky August 10 and which had been formally ratified by the State Board of A S of E In session September 11 The Resolutions as Adopted The Board of Directors of thi American Society of Equity Depart ment of Tobacco Growers in special session in Louisville Ky September 17 1909 adopted the following reso lutions without a dissentingvote Resolved First that we indorse the action of the Board of Directors of the Kentucky Stute Union Amer lean Society of Equity in ratifying the agreement made between State President Cantrill and the Burley To bacco Society Second Thst we urge all m m bers of the American Society of Equity who are growers to lend all possible assistance to the Burley Tobacco So ciety in making the pool successful by signing their tobacco to the pool Third We believe that there shoulc be but one burley pool and all unite in lighting for a common cause With every man doing his whole duty you will succeed equally as well in pastRememberyou have only thirteen days left and what you do must be done at once SigneduEL DAVENPORT President of the American Societyof Equity department of tobaccogrowers In E Blake secretary KyMuJ F Doss Greenville Kv 4J W Swallow Lake Ind W E Bibb Sacrementa Ky uA A Clark Georgetown 0 11 F Ray Estray Hog A mountain sow came to my place court day and has since been cared for Owner can have same by identi lyiuR and paying charges Squire Williams 1m Irvine pike J i t j J j Y OneninoV Sept 30th Oct 1st Ricnmona Mi11iy Ol Fall ana Winter Hats Pull aUlIlisk arNotice to Contractors Bids will be received by the undei signed up to noon I Friday Oct itJ909tfor the construction of 2000 feet more or less of macadam road 12 feet wide and of 18000 tqiiMre feet inoro or less of concrete walk on the Campus of the Kifitern Ky State Normnl School at Uichtnoml Ky both accoiiliti to plans and specifications which will be on tile in the business office ol the Normal SeliolSThe successful bidder will be rrqmr perforriancosppcifilntionlPublic Roads at Washington D 0 and under separate contract 1821 feel of modelobjelJt leESiin road 1C feet wide be advertised and let J S Johnson Architect PUBLIC SALE KenuckybestJennets total 33 head To be sold at Lexington Ky Thursday Sept 30 1909 at one oclock Sale at Gentry Stock Yards under shelter rain or slime Nothing priced vor sold privately Need not apply lor private sale Write for catalog iyD1Ii Wi OliOrd4 11tJ n It f t A GreatSuccess Ball Season Closed Wednes day Great SportrAfforded After a mot enjoyable season for the patrons of the National Game the Blue Grass League teams played their inal games last week and the season of 1909 passed into history Good re ports come from every town in the circuit as to splendid gate receipts and satisfactory playing but we believe that Richmonds team furnish ed more geniune pleasure and was more successful financially than any team in the League The losal club was organized and backed by a large number of home peoplemen who went into it for the pleasure the game brought and not as a iinancial venture hence there was clean playing at all times and absolutely nothing done to be questioned or bearing the slightest taint of suspicion The club was backed and managed by our best business men men who love the sport and who detest dirty ballplay ing That they were successful in their effort every patron will readily testify and the latter are very grati ful to the promoters for furnishing this class of enjoyment and entertain mentWhile Richmond lost the pennant by an eyelash as horsemen express a close finish yet the people are so leJighted in knowing that our boy playcd the game on the highest principles and won every contest ou its merits that the loss of the hags really pot regretted Tho final count gave Winchester only the points the advantage and when it h remembered that our good neighbors strained every nerve and we under stand loosened their purse strings In their mad rush for the flag defeat does not sting in theMeast There It no bad taste in Richmond mouths whatever and all are as well pleased and happy as if the coveted tUg m floated on Madison county soil The club was successful financUlh far beyond the expectation of the most enthusiastic The grounds stands fencing etc cost 6000 and when The Climax states that this was all paid for together with all players salaries you will see that the lich mond ball team was managed in a business mariner and by men ot sterling business ability The pny ers on the team conducted themselves as gentlemen during their stay lit Richmond and all made lasting friendships nmon our people I there was any drinking among the players the public never heaia of It and in fret we do not believed that anyof them ever became intoxicated We haiL tho best team in the league and had it not been for some rank decisions several times during the season the boys would have won the Hag but theres no use explaining a our people are satisfied with the re suit Richmond has the foundation for another winning club next year and although the time is far off yet the management will keep a weather eye peeled during that time for new stars to work next season Richmond fans are as stated above thankful for the good ball furnished this sea son and the efforts of the club management are appreciated by patrons of the game Our fans would have liked to won the flag but they didnt and now that its all over we delight in the fact that we fought a good fight died game and are now up and ready for the next round in 1010 when HisUmps shall cry Play ball1 Poorhouse Letting Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals wilt be received by the County Judge up to noon October 5 1009 for the furnishing of fuel and provi pions to the inmates of the Madison County Poorhouse for the year 1010 Said bids are to state how much per week for each inmate with liutisannct all the farm rent free on the north side of the Richmond and Union turnpike except fieldnow in corn The success ful bidder will be required to keep said farm in repair and to furnish bond with approved security for the faithful performance of his contract The right is reserved to reject nov and all bide- S B TTJRPIN Jlf C 22s 3t September 20 1903 Richmond Club Protests Lexington Herald The manage ment of the Richmond team has pro tested to President Farrell of the National Commission the action of the Winchester management in offering sums of money to some of the other tesms intthe league to defeat Rich mond Mr Thomas of the Winces ter team gave the Lexington team 2OO to beat Richmond In tile last Sunday game at League Park anti it is understood that Paris received an often of 9100 to defeat the Pioneers in gamesLegallysuchap offer but the injury to baseball is apparent to anyone who will consider the question Stripped of alluU4 andubuts one club is given 100 to help Win chester win the pennant That does not mean that the team receiving the offer wou Id not play just as herd to defeat Richmond undrr any lither circumstances Neither Lexthpton nor Paris would nave thrown a game to Richmond although neither was partial to Winchester Such tactics however w ill tend to destroy public belief in the honesty of the sport and if continuedmany years will kill baseball as underhand ed tactics in betting have injured rasing It is hard to even make a guess on what the National Commis son will decide concerning Rich monds protest but although the result of a single game in the Blue GrassLeaguemay not have been de cided by the money spent by Mr Thomas the feet that the offers were made will hurt the game to some extentAnd the Winehcstsr club will feel the results next season whtn it comes yearThemoney Is so easy to get nll they havo helped to maheomcof it the management who pid it out bcfon will be willing to give an increase in salary This does not reflect in thr slightest upon this men who played o upon the honest Intentions of the management of the Winchester club It could hardly be technically called a bride Yet ft has not helped the sport possibly has not helped win a pennant certainly has caused crippledbaseballin The action should serve as a lesson to club owners in the future Mr Thomas and the men interested in the Other clubs jn the cltcnlt are Interest ed in the welfare of the game of Ken tuckyand all of them will help to placeItague Ia tUeU intbe Mate uiftMMth tpsGtau Lctgne KM pl y4 faWr ball and puttppt ww i f The Cowboy Girl Clever Sue Marshall will again be i eeti In the title role of the Kilroy Jritton musical melodrama The Cowboy Girl when that attraction plays its fourth engagement in this sity at the Grand Opera House next Saturday Matinee and night Miss Marshall Is a bright and talented little woman and associated with her in the musical numbers are her twelve dancing girls known as The Frisky Bronchos a name given this chorus of vivacloqs soubrettes who dance sing look pretty and represent a superb ensemble of fetching show girlsThe dramatic part of The Cowbby Girl is of the better sort and though the play possesses several rather sen sational scenes yet they could not be termed Iridand are relieved by the comedy element and catchyspecial musical numbers Among the original song hits that were written for this seasons production are the following uIm Fond Of You Bronco Boy In Dear Old Tennessee and Theres No Other Girl Like the Girl I Lave All of which are of the kind that linger in ones memory for a long time after hearing T The Cowboy Girl is from the prolific pen of Lem B Parker a writer well known to the patrons ol the theatre KilroyBritton have suj plied the play this season with a new scenic production which is said to far surpass any previous production in the popular priced theatres It filctu Iho Cowboy Girl in this lie fourth season is better than ever be fore This play will nntioubtcdlj attract large audienes to the Grand Opera House A piano for a song i n The Climax will sing the song for you See oflei elsewhere Tax Notice Your Taxes for the 1909 coljlectionaud settle On all taxes not paid on or before November lIst the penalty prescribed by Ordinance will be at tached also interest at the rate of C percent per annum will be charged on 4j1 tax bill iu my hands after Novem ber 1st 1909 Office City Hallcorner First and Irvine streets Respt 4t T C ONEIL City Collector If you enJy the above combination you will have your soiled HI on always sent to usfor the reason that the delicate fabrics are never subjected to a merciless rubbing here or the use of strong soaps etc Our methods while thorough are gentle removing injuringshow you by sending the next bun die to u- sNormal City Laundry Hugh Tevis Manager Opera House ONE NIGHT 27MONDAY SEPT THE- Musical Farce Comedy Co Boston Belles In In Two Musical Farces The Ladies Seminary AN- DNight in Hotel ShantytownS MIRTH MUSICCOMEDY With a Broadway Chorus Inticducirg TH- EGreat Everett sIlandeutiKingand Jail Breaker Bring your htndcuffs as Everett will forfeit 10000 for any handcuff tbatIhe cannot get out of Prices 25 35 50 75c F J Yeager ITHE UPTODATE JEWELER Seeollll Street opp Cort House Large and complete stock ofi Watches QktiDiamOndS Jewelry Silverware 1 Eyeglasses We call especial attention to our facilities for repai AU promp7ity o ttt Stariiter Soper As we must vacate the building we now oc cupy for repairs we will offer what we have left four entire stockat 4 12iand y pairs of x iall kinds of mens womens boys and misses at Shoes in good condition We also have 100 t mens and boys Overcoats quite a lot of mens heavy Underwear odd Trousers mens t Corduroy Suits Negligee Shirts Top Flannel Shirts Neckwear Etc We hope to get o building repaired and be able to resume business with a new stock by November 1 j Stanifer Soper Richmond Kentucky For Sale The nndersignedas Executors of the estate of James Bennett deceasedwill on Tuesday Sept 28 J909 at 2 oclock p mon the premises between North and Irvine Streets Rich mond sell at public auction Nine City Lots Six of these lots front 27 feet on Irvine and have a depth of 120 feet and upon five of them there are nice small frame houses Three of these lots front on North St and have a depth of 144 fret Tortns made known on day of sale For further particulars apply to S 0 BENNETT W O BENNETT Executors LOUR Tom Chenault Auctioneer- Farm For Sale Farm of 20 acres of land house of two rooms stable good well two ponds good spring within half a milo 0 Irvine pike adjoining lands of Siagner Brothers and being on road No 111 that intersects the Kayanaugh road four miles from Richmond St E M Bond DHOTOGRttPHSof the 1chfldren pictures for their friends pictures for your family and your WUAJ pictures for you and the children both to look on in future yean and bring back- the childhood days again AVe take them anti takeIthem well ihnt they catch nil the charms and preserve them for you The Sdilegel Studio Mcfiaugkj Moerleyj Madison County Hardware COMPANY =of Richmond Ky v t extend you a cordial invitation to visit their store from September twentieth to twentyfifth to meet the Malleable Gi land the Malleable Man from South Bend who will show their Range serve a dainty lunch v jndpres nt you with a Cook Boot s t tff Iand useful Souvenir flT A set of ware with each Range this week G W GOODLOElf203 West Main StreetSTelephone 33 W D Buckley J Calvin Taylor The Globe Hot Blast Ihe Burton Water WorFor Country Homes i forc4bereInoses and for fire protection Cool water io s and ice water need not be supplied to stoclrf hhU U BURNS GALSlack without Smoke or Soot We sell Heating Stoves from 350 to S3500 Cooking Stoves from S900to 0000 We also carry in stock Fire Shovels Coal Tongs Coal Buckets Coal AlsoIkind Tinware and Granitev are j Tin ana Galvaniz a Wark pf every description under the irect supervision of W D Buckley the Reliable Tinner 11E4The BeautiesIiLet us show you how fhuch llIifett andrefinement we can add to your home life by having us reframe those old pictures whose frames are dingy and soiled The Beauties of our picture framing is that they mechanical work of it is perfect and the artistic endthe har monizing ot the fram with the picturesuperb The prices the lowest commensurate with AJ quality and the best work manship jJf t t f tlJ tiif f tf t l X 5t 11W i i LUMAN and HIGGlNtc tHOMTE flRNISHERS Furniture Ctrpetsan StoVes j Opposite Hotel fflyndcte Richmond Kentucky- We ar Headquarters for Sewiug Machine SApplW fr il1sf cUin a r1tTI1ri= c T I Sterling Clothes 1 I ARE THE BEST I CLOTHES f IBench Tailored Ready to Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade t0 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New S- tyleHats and Furnishing1 Goods Suit- Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods F1 Sto iferOldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond THE CLIMAX H lA YEAR t 9t F et1 t E3 Citizens 4 NatlonaIit 1 J LlIe Insurance t Company i t f ft1 WiH continue but it is not necessary to further fipublish the subscriptions made each week tThis record subscriptions tells its own stO Yft4 FIRST WEEK AUGUST 25 rTOTAL Io696oo0SECOND WEEK AUGUST 9- 20024000TOTAL THIRD WEEK AUGUST 16 345000ooTOTAL FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 23 46946000j TOTAL FIFTH WEEK AUGUST 30 60170000TOTAL J 138 J 220O0rTOTAL SEVENTH WEEK SEPTEMBER J3 843660 OO Eighth Week Over i J e4ar I FARM 0 U- OnCtllIDD aim GMIDm BY FETRIGG REGISTER ROGKFORDIK CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED irnls matter must not be reprinted with out special permission THE TIME FOR ACTION The must appropriate time to talk about good seed corn is not March 1 when the time for testing It Is at hand but the few weeks preceding Oct 15 during which time the choicest and earliest maturing ears can be secured and thoroughly drlcd and cured before heavy freezes take place While at the Job it is well to secure moro than one needs for himself for somo hapless fellow in all probability will not take the necessary precautions and next spring will be anxious to get the surplus seed and pay a good price for It The seed cars should be hung In a well ventilated open shed southern thoroughlydryconventional arrangement being to tie the ears In strings of about twenty cars each being fastened at the middle and crisscrossing the one above it The strings of ears should then be hung up where the mice cannot get at them and where they will not draw moisture during the winter months To be on the safe side it is well to store the ears where they will not bo subject to severe cold In the fall selection of seed cars not only should tho time of maturity of the ear be consid ered but its shape outward appear ance of kernels and general thriftiness It should be even rowed and the ker nels should cover the tip as completely thekernelsspring at testing time when ears hav ing kernels which are not plump to the germ end may be discarded along with those which do not show enough vitality Professor IIolden the great corn expert holds that If ell seed ears were picked and hung up to dry by Oct 15 more would bo done to increase the yield of corn than would be possible In any other way HOW HE SAVED HIS CROP Last spring at blossom time when growers In many sections of the west trylugburningfirem their orchards a fruit ranch owner valleylaof these plans and failed decided that what was needed most in Ills orchard to keep the blossoms from freez ing was just plain heat so bo built some fifty small fires of fir cord wood in about nine acres nights when the thermometer dropped to the danger point and by this means succeeded in keeping the temperature up some 12 degrees The fuel and labor cost per night of this protection was 5 or about 55 cents per acre An interest- Ing feature of this case is the fact burpIngIn orchards on three adjoining sides from three to five rows back from the fence That the ranchman In question was paid for his pains is shown in the fact that there are now hanging on his trees from 3500 to 4000 boxes of choice Newtowns Spits and Ben Da- vIs which will net him from 2 to 3a box So well did this simple plan work that others should know of it SOME FEEDING EXPERIMENTS The Illinois experiment station has been making some exhaustive tests In the feeding of steers While the full details of the experiments have not been made public some general results have been announced One conclusion arrived at Is that the quantity of the feed given affects materially the proportion of the feed digested by the ani malsthat Is the more feed given She less proportionately was digested one lot receiving 20 per cent less of the MUDO food than another making 2 per cent larger gain in flesh Another fact demonstrated was that beeves can bo fattened upon a relatively low protein ration which means economical meat production This one point of econom ical use of feed in fattening operations is one that should be given attention by every feeder who without much extra trouble could carry out much the same tests as those Indicated above hisswnPOOR SCHOOLS AND BIG BARNS It ought not to be so but In all too many Instances the country school house and grounds are the most kept and slovenly In appearance and the teacher the most ill prepared for ner work and poorly paid In districts where one sees the biggest barns the most hogs in lot and cattle in pasture It might be added too that it is usual ly in districts of this description where the boys and girls are kept from school on almost any pretext and from which they dig out for more congenial sur roundings lust as soon as they can earn tli r own way This condition referred to Is a wretched and short sighted perversion of the relative im portance of things and ought to be righted Fully Guaranteed It is satisfactory tti know that anv article purchased is fully guaranteed by the company Such is the case with Spirella Corset which is sold by Mrs 5 A Deatherage who will be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable and comfortable as Mrs Beaiherace is propared to fit any size ft unscrupulousimitatorswho lieve that the imitation pills are as good as DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills There isnt anything just as goodasthese wonderfal pills for the relief of Backache Weak Back In flammation of the bladder urinaiy complaintsAnyone perlby all druggists slm For Sale For walt paper see B Juett k Son Tbey sell it and hang it at reasonable thehaveFarmers mechanics railroaders t electricOilburns or bruises at onco Pain can not stay where it is used Strayed From my farm on August 15 a 2 handshllhOJ JrtrAMd xM we a It k5tAfJt opIz about what youre tipbrother pocketbooks t Sane advertising in this paper makes thinking people buy Ifyoure in the advan isntnot it time you took a flyer You have our word neverregretitbtl7tttbrwNU Did He but realize It the farm or ranch owner living along main traveled rends Is Interested financially in keeping them in the best possible condition In a far greater degree than the rural carrier the auto owner or any one else who uses them The annual loss to live stock In the United States from the ravages of predatory animals Is placed at 130 000000 In the face of these figures It is not surprising that a campaign of extermination is being organized by state and federal authorities An orchard plow has recently been devised with which It is possible to run close to the trunks of the trees yet allows horses to work two or three feet farther from the tree It is some thing that has been needed andls high ly prized by those who have used It Secretary Coburn of the Kansas state board of agriculture refers in his book on alfalfa to fields of this legume in Mexico which have reached an age of 200 years to fields in France that are 100 years old and to some iu New York which have CO years to their credit In the face of such figures al falfa well deserves Its designation perennial The Montana experiment station has been making some investigations with a view to learning Just how great Is the effect of alkali In the soil upou different kinds of cement work Cases Lace come to the notice of the station odlclals where cement founda tions in moist alkali soil have almost entirely disintegrated While the tests have not been completed enough has been learned to make out a pretty bad case for cement work set in alkali soil There are today in the United States about 42000 rural mail routes served by some 40000 carriers who receive on the average a salary of000 per nn num Many of the routes are not self sustaining and are largely responsible fog the annual deficit which has exist ed for the past two or three years Patrons on such unprofitable routes ought to realize more fully than the do that after being given a fair trial good many of such routes will be dis continued It is up to the patrons whether the service they have shall be kept up An old codger we read an account of the other day got his name Into the newspapers by swallowing the claims of a smooth stranger without so much as winking and paying 10 for three little bottles of dope which it was claimed would cure any ailment man f or beast of however serious char acter The Item did not go on to say whether tile stuff in the bottles later turned out to be plain water vinegar or machine oil The Important thing is that the fool was parted from his money This kind ought to take the next dollar or dollar and a half they get and subscribe for and also read their local paper in which skin games and swindles of this and other brands are exposed every day x A leaflet recently published by th Wisconsin experiment station places the annual loss of phosphoric acid in wortllIto the sale of animals and graIn and the improper handling of barnyard manures twothirds of the loss being traceable to the last named cause It is estimated that on an average 1 acre dairy farm there is an annual loss of thirty pounds of phosphoric acid while on a 100 acre grain farm the loss is C1D pounds In fifty years cultivation its estimated that one third of the available soli phosphates are removed Experiments with phos phate fertilizers showed that the application of 300 pounds per acre great ly increased the crop yields It would seem reasonable to assume that much might be done along the line of keeping boys and girls on the farm if more pains were taken to make the rural neighborhood more attrac tIe In one respect particularly do we believe a great improvement might be made that is in the building of more attractive and commodious school houses and the keeping of the grounds In better shape There is little reason to wonder that the young people of a community arent particularly impressed with the educational and social life of the district when the school facili ties are so meager and so poorly maIn- tained They argue whether rightly or not that this state of things points to a virtual disregard for education on the part of patrons and directors and that development of the head isnt worth while when It comes to achieving success in agriculture The net result of this attitude is that those who have got the brightest minds and most energy light out when occasion offers for some place and type of work where their capacities will be given spportunlty to develop We do not bold that their action is wise There Is great provocation for It It is becoming more evident every day that there is no field of effort where brains energetically directed will bring uni formly larger or surer rewards than in aglculture The great need of the day Is to get the boys and girls to appre Iate this fact A more wholesome and wide awake attitude on the part of the Md folks who are taxpayers would help to bring this about It is time agri cultural communities appreciated the opportunities at hand and put on a bet er front 0 I 7- I Good hard Americas dot tars grow on the advertising tree 1ESULTSIo a j It will be well to feed the tear sparsely of the new corn as the In judicious feeding of it gets the ABI mats systems out of order and makes possible a whole lot of later and more serious ills usually termed swine plague and hog cholera A not altogether reassuring showing of the destruction of our forest re sources is given in the reports of the lumber Industry for the year 1908 These indicate that durIng that period 31231 sawmills In the United States turned put 33289307000 feet of lumber besides 12100483000 shingles and 2980084000 laths It is wages spent for things that are either useless or harmful more largely than the injustice of ccgnomlc conditions under which men labor that are responsible for the most abject types of poverty to be found In this and other countries And et are factors which the nv ragestudent of our social and economic ills is won almost entirely overlook The young calf before it reaches the age of a month may be easilY dehorn ed prevented from having hornsXbr rubbing caustic potash on the skin Just over the embryo horn The r should be removed immediately over the spot and the caustic rubbed on tin the skin is pink Carp should behJSKeV not to have the chemical com tact with the hands as it will Jjpnrn the skin In central northern states the ferns because of its beauty and rarity very highly prized asa native wood land or ornamental plant In the hear ily wooded sections of this Pacific slope In Washington and Oregon it grows in such profusion that it Is one of the worst weeds which the tiller fcf the soil has to contend with for two or three years after he clears up and breaks his land There are four states which the first of this year had more than 3500000 bogs Iowa leading with S413000 Illi nois Tanking next with 4C73000 and Nebraska and Missouri following in the order named with 4243000 and 3593000 head respectively And this has been a decided prosperity factor for there has been very little loss by disease and good prices have prevailed for those that have been marketed The owner of a famous tract pf vir gin hemlock near La port e Pa has placed a reward of 1 each on the pelts or carcasses of porcupines which are seriously injuring and in some cases killing fine hemlock trees by gnawing and peeling the back from the limbs in search of ants which constitute one of these queer animals principal articles of food The por cupine is usually classed as inoffensive but this seems to be a blotch on his escutcheon A middle state farmer whose fields are becoming fouled with quack grass Is this year trying the efficacy of hemp as a means of getting rid of the plague Hemp grows to a height of six or feet and so completely coersand shades the ground that any other plant Iteis thought that putting the land in hemp two years in succession will completely free the land of the grass An ad ofythAathe hemp has a considerable commer cial value and the use of the land would not be lost in the process as is true of some other methods which have been recommended It may be merely a truism to state that the fields of corn which hate sat fered most from drought during the past month in some sections of short rainfall have been those which cultivated the fewest times anti the most weeds growing between the rows There was a very good reason for this state of affairs which was that the soil not being stirred as frequently as it should baked and dried out much more rapidly than would have otherwise been the case while tbe weeds that were encouraged by this neglect served to still further ag gravate the situation and take from the soil the little moisture which It did contain This matter of the physical condition iu the soil resulting from sadley ignored or completely overlooked all too many farmers The importance of tbe point can hardly be given too great emphasis A Nebraska town has inaugurated lately n very practical typo of chum- union or affiliation An enterprising lady of the Episcopal faith is the 1prime mover in the good work A Catholic altar permitted special dispensation of the pope fenced in at one end of the chute an Episcopal rail Is at tho other with reversible seats between in body of tbe church Besides the faiths mentioned Congregationalist tnd Methodists also use the building with scats arranged to suit the tasto and with sermons delivered from the liorth or south end as the case may bo This signifies considerable s along the line of church union b somehow or other these good people with those of other denominations ought to fix it up somehow so they can nil face and march In the same direction It is this facing in different directions which has been the chief weakness of religious organizations for the past 500 years Perhaps a better tiraa is at hand 4 forksvB Mr 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 Few Years Carlisle Coster N Y G B Bur hamS writesf About fowr years I wrote you that I had been entirely cured of kidaeytroHble by taking two hottles of Fflfeyd Kidney Remedy t entirelystopped life brick dui etlinient and p1naad all the syrn- pjni of kidneytrosrWe dteappearedr ind slier foryaral amlteased tostat tltat lUTe net r mid any returN oitlMM wend etptotesa r am eyiJwitijr e rito ste y ctttsd ft YlMMr JtMMdfwill 49 Ikt Mesta r- tt set a l V f9ttSwt outpst ef WtjRCanada is 283000000 bushels anneal ly and this with but 7 per cent oJ her available wheat land utilized The fall months are the proper ones Tn which to start the bulbous plants fo npxt years garden The bed should be made rich and mellow and the bulbs set In place before the cold Weather comes on it isnt the fish and game a fellow gets wgen on d days Jaunt but rather the relaxation exercise and fresh air that are almost value Be may not think so at the time but the delusion perfectly harmlessy If the gasoline engine Is to be ate tlonnry the beat possible foundation for it Is one of stonework or cement laid deep enough tbgive needed sta blllty Iron rods vith large clamps should run to tho bottom of the foundation and extend high enough so that the base of the machine can be anchored to them The tomato vines may be counted on Jto produce fruit whlchin size will be in an inwersiejratio to he number allowed to ture The best and most perfect fruit Is produced where but totprrygradually during tba rowing season where tnVvInes have been allowed to growat w U much can be done to increase the sizbof the fruit set as well as to hasten maturity by cutting oft a good share of the grow ingshoots with some kind of a sharp knife A man who some years ago moved Into a neighborhood where yellow mus tard was thicker in the fields tbap hair on a dogs back writes a leading ag ricultural paper that the way to get rid of the pest is first to clean the seed grain and not sow mustard seed As a second precaution he recommends plowing the fields as soon as the shocks are off which will germinate the seed the same fall and prevent it living through the winter Lastly he suggests keeping the roadsides and fence corners clean This program of extermination would seem to be pret ty good The forest service bureau has on ex hibition a number of two inch sections of several varieties of wood which have been put through tests for strength and the showing which the eucalyptus males is remarkable Tile sample of this wood broke down un der an end strain of 43200 pounds the fiber stress per square inch being 13580 In like blocks of oak and hickory generally supposed to be the strongest and toughest of our native woods the figures for the two strains were respectively 17060 pounds and 4870 pounds and 30280 pounds and 8800 pounds The writer recently had opportunity to put some questions to a civil en gineer who has had charge of private projectsdthings hIs opinion touching pumping plants for irrigation purposes where the land did not lie right to receive water from n gravity system was that they were quite practicable and sails oughttbetter results could be secured includ ing greater economy In operation if a group of from three to rlx neighbors were to unite in the construction and maintenance of such irrigating plnntI One of the surprises for the visitor at the Seattle exposition is the re markable display of agricultural prod ucts to be found in the Alaska build Alaskaiwhich have much the same effect that the gulf stream has on tho countries of northern Europe As far north as latitude 04 degrees grains and grasses are grown successfully as well as potatoes and other root crops The last to be added to the list Is the festive watermelon Considering the fact that this great domain was for many years viewed as a resort for seals and polar bears the showing referred to Is not bad The cutting of the roadside weeds Is goodeturing and scattering a big crop of seed secondly to prevent their beconl ing a catch for drifting snows and thus traffichof the highway from the standpoint of those who drive over it While the firSt two reasons given are perhaps the imLenterdpriseire often very accurately shown by the taro they glue the highways for which they arc responsible As soon as tbe tops of the onions ire ripe and the roots sufficiently dead to permit of easy pulling the crop rowstita care taken not to bruise the onions They should then be allowed to dry until the top Is completely shriveled and th outside skin rattles when the topping may be done with a pair of light sharp scissors If dry enough to store they may be crated or sacked when topped If not they should be given a few days moro curing Before beinsr sacked or stored the crop should br thoroughly dry and this is a poll which any careful buyer will insl on The crop should be secured early as possible to sections whoa frosts ecct4 as a hard freeze will cause the onions to sweat and sprout The Laughers How much lies In tan hr Th cipher key wherewith we decipher the whole man Some men wear Ill eve lasting barren simpher In the smites of others lies the cold glitter as ot Ice the lewest are able to laugh what can be called lanehin but only sniff and titter and sniggle ffom the throat out wards or at least produce some IimI Ing husky sachinatlon as if they were laughing through wool of none suet comes good The man who canno laugh is not only fit for treason stratagems and spoil but his own life is al ready a treason and a stratagem Notice to Creditors- All persons having nlairrs against the estate ofT J Douglas deceased are requested to fjle same properly verified to undersigned within SO days frog this date Those indebted to are requested to call and settle same Mrs TJ Douglas Adtax Spot 8 1001 5R4t A aerates Errer bgt s ylBg It will wear away when tky Batiee symptoms of kidney and bladtilrtroabe This is a mistake Take F Icvj XidlMv Remedv and stop iHe dralRlJRiIteV1t tltl It CHrM bek cle rkQanjatisna kidney sad M44er trasfcleaiMf make CTery- fcre ol pahi weeJHMM ssd vrlMry trouble disappear Why salver lonc Bad viva taring BtiffctV 11aN itit a IIII Cod O IIIII h I tDont idea yards goods the same Theres olways one better closer priced than all especially in- Lumber and B- Material and let you that ours is fast yardyour perplexities will ei our be satisfactorily As an experimen it worth trying ED BLANTON COMP Telephone 425 L A Depot I l I TODD I SON l 1 Contractors and Builder l l Estimates furnished on notice on buildings c lall kind We also have a 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business a- NEUMATI l C TOOL PLANT ffytuch will enable them to do etter work than ever before hey have a largeassortment f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call ind inspect their stock and w rk Satisfaction guaran ed ioldell Flora With Zatingrs Patent Flour a good baker becomes even better And even ati Iieicpeiiencedoiie can pet satisfactory results If tbegirV doesnt lurn cut Rood biscuits bread or cake ilont blame Iter at once It may bathe flour Order a sack of Barings Patenttoday qitd note the rewlts Its dollars to innehnuts sbe will do better with ZringsPatcnt Flour Not a ro ofAlcohol Doctors prescribe very little if any alcohol these days They prefer strong tonics and altera tives This is all in keeping with modern medical science It explains why Ayers Sar saparilla is now made entirely free from alcohol Ask your doctor Follow his advice We pub Ae nh our trmu1- ivinisa klcchol froia our n djoine Te urge yog ta- oontaltyaar doctor Unless there is dally action of the biw els poisonous products are absorbed CM biiiousneES nausea tbj tbWYoiSb wtorrQctlat UEt Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge J M Benton For Commonwealths Attorney BA Grutcher V For Circuit Clerk Roy C White For County Judge WR Shackelfordjff For county Attorney J i0p Jackson IorjCountycierk R t BTerrill s For Sheriff z A McCord For Assessor Shelby I Taylor For SchoolSupriDtcndcnt NolaudiFor Jailer CN B Jones For Representative- L B Herrington City Ticket For Mayor Sam Rice For Pollee Judge John J Greenleaf For City Attorney T II ColliiismFor ChlefofPollco Tames H Allman For City Councilmen T T Covington Emil Lorisch JohuE Sexton Talton Toad Jeff Stone Everett Berryat OI Interest To Many For indigestion and nil stomach troubles take Foleys Orino Laxative It cenlly stimulates the liver regulates the hovels and positively cures habitual constipation and biliousness Cears the ccmplexion of pimoles Old blotches and is especially recommended for women and children as it is mild pleasant and effective Slackwater Fever All alontr tbeKentncky river there is much sickness caused it is said by s lack water The river at present is fallen alter a high tide of last week The Jocks and Ihe dams are the cause l the fevers and while they are n eavy burden to the government to keep up they have resulted in little traflic in the river As soon as alack water reaches a given point the fever breaks out and souls local physicians prescribe as a remedy temperance in eating and abstemiousness There is said to be much of this light form of typhoid and malaria all along the river reaching to Irvine where it is almost an epidemic Jessamine Journal How To Cure Skin Disease The germs and their poisons which cause the disease must be drawn to the surface of the skin and destroyed Salves and greasy lotions may give temporary iclief but they have not the power todestroy the germ life ZEMO a clean liquid for external use will draw to the surface and de stroy the 1erm life leaving a clean positivclycuresEczema druff Itching Piles and every form of tjkin or scalp disease Perry and Thomas the druggists endorse and recommend Zemo and will give you a samlpo bottle tf Cheer JJfp Theres a tariff on sugar A tariflon Ice A tariff on iron A tariff on rice t VvABut praise brto Allah Salvations still freedTheres a tariff on Razors A tariff on soap A taiiffon leather A tariff on Tope A tariff on coral That comes from the sea But whoop hallelujah Salvations still tree Theres a tariff on muskets A tariff on nails A tariff on wash tubs On tin cups and palls A tariff on Siamnnils Note Schedule CcBut shout loud ye rnournert Salvations still free hTheresA tnrifTon breadtA tariff on herrings Both live ones and dead A tariff on cotton See page 83 But let in the sunshin- eJilvationWillfretl Ex IF YOU ONLY KNEW HOW would build you up increaia your Weakthroatcondition for next winter you would begin tttezs it now Tab It In o llttl cold tor water SOc and 100 AH Dnjggijts sTANOAnp Handicapped Sir I wish to marry your daughter faltered the young man You do eh1 exclaimed tim Con parent Well I have been ra her ex pecting this and to bo tlioroujjily or thodox 1 shall put a few questions to you Do you drink1 No sir I abhor liquor You do eh Smoker I never use tobacco in any form Well I didnt suppose you ate it Do you frequent the race course I never law a horse nee in my life tir moneyThuphaticuhly Veil young milan J must say you re hetvily handicapped My daugli tfr isa thorough society girl and I cant fur the life of me see what she it going to do with you However isV her funeral and if she wants to undei take the job she can riwc iLTitBiu Perry Thomas are pleased to announce to customers that they havt secured the agency forZemo the best known remedy for the positive and permanent cure of Eczema Pimples everyCormis a clean liquid for external use anyfor1orstroying the germ that causes the disease leaving a clean healthy skin Perry if Thomas will gladly show you proof of many remarkable cures made by Zemo Clever German Girl Makes Deal One of the cleverest young business women in Germany welt known iti Berlin society and considered one of capiihas just procured ou behalf of the company of which she is a chairwoman a contract from the Veigain State rail- Ways which marks tlie last thins in railway econqmelTeutedby a foreign government Miss Stoetes syndicate lias received permission to collect all newspapers mid papore of every de scription left in carriages on the Belgian railways and in return con tracts to manufacture and supply free of charge from the papers thus obtained as many cardboard tickets as the rail Avnys may require It is estimated that the company will make a profit of from 12 to 15 per cent a year Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar sl2m Furs Hides IronI pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot bring them write or telephone and I will call M WIDESTELEPHONE 303 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY The ileraldiPublishes TBlue 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 t Its distinctive features are special attention to the Lexingtonthetimely discussion of topics of interest to the farmer and breeder Only One Dollar a Year r A Valuable Advertising Medium for the breeder of fine stockand for sale of stock and farm lands 4 i The Sunday Herald Ihigh class Sunday newspaper ofmetropolitan pro everyKetitucltyhomethe Blue Grass Farmer edition foS5O a year Write for sample copies I The Lexington Herald Compy Incorporated f Uckv ojt 1 v t I i IJIfif r f RELIGIOUS THOUGHT emGlealleel From the Teachings of All Denominations Sympathy glows and throbs and melts the generation and achieves the reformItev Newell DwIght HUlls Consresatlbnalist Brooklyn Real Religion The religion of no man is real Vh- Ooesnot extend the loyalty hl1 pro fesses toward God to Gods people as well Her George A Smith Presby terian Glasgow Hopo For the Best Far more troubles are suffered in Imagination than In reality Let us h tdreadingheLutheran New York- Undying Words Love lasts It endureth and never faileth Prophecies fall in that they are fulfilled Tongues cease but the words of love spoken never dleRev S J Porter Baptist Richmond Va Determining Life Factor IVhat u man thinks in his heart Isis creed Every nice tins his creed m his creed whatever it be is a de termining factor in his lIfeRev Mur doch McLeod Presbyterian Tacoma Wash Gods Kingdom The kingdom of God is more than a One sentiment or a beautiful figure of speech It in the realization of nil our hopes and desires of our highest aspi rations and deepest longings Rev G W Grinton Episcopalian Newburg N Y The Man Who Is Rich It is possible to be wealthy though nt rich Life consists in seeing bear Ing feeling The man of the open spirit and sensitive thought and re sponsive heart is the man who Is rich Rev Dr John F Carson Presby terian Brooklyn v Buts BurJhts is an age of butters But knoeks all tbe life out of good square honest and upright But struts Its supremacy in all stations Why slug a song of appreciation and ofofEpiscopalian Minneapolis Mimi Christian Success Success In the Christian life Is like success coformust fight the battle It is worth while and in the long run nothing else Is worth while For wbat shall It profit 9 man If bo gain the whole hoDrlyn Opportunities In Life Life Is a series of examinations with little time for preparation Those who puss them go up the others fail and are shoved to the wall Opportunities are for nil but many are eIther so unprepared that thoy dare not take them or so poorly prepared thqt their inef 131Iitdy altheseChristianity and the church Rev John Hopkins Denizen Congregation lUst Boston Prayes Deepest SignificancetoSome of the cknownspirit of prayer which has laid hold upon communities and nations There Is a subtle and yet vital union between God and those who believe In him which seems to make necessary n will- Ing and earnest cooperation with him ou the part of the popple if any great spiritual achievement Is to be accom pushed It Is in this union of the hu man and the divine that prayer has its deepest significance Rpv Dr Walter Callery Baptist Jamaica Plains Mass Bo Your Truest Soil The religious life certainly consists not In being some one else but In be ing oneself being ones highest and truest self The man who resolves to act from the purest motives and ac- cordIng to his highest intelligence is alralngas high as it is possible for any one to aim and he puts hIs endeavor on the simplest and most direct basis the one that has in it the least possible clement of cant artificiality and self conscious acting One can hardly do less than resolve so to live every day In the year Such an attitude Is Infl nitely better than a spasmodic effort to imitate some one however exalted a character once a year The man who has such an Ideal as this Is fol lowing Jesus In the most effective way In which one person can follow an other Rev E Stauton Hodgin Unita- rIan Los Angeles Cal- Justification How Is a man to be justified Faith Is the Instrument It procures our Jus tification In the same way that a debt is paid with n check upon a large ac count in a distant bank A man is jus tified by faith not a large amount of IDeasifaith as a grain of mustard seed you can fasten hold of God If you have faith as a little child it saves Broth er afrembling hand may grasp the cup that holds the healing draft A trem bling hand may bear that cup to parch- Ing lips but the weakness of the hand shall not lessen the power of the potion the cup contains A man Is saved by faith I have seen a car stand still in the street while the conductor worked with a thing on the top Then Ive seen that long Iron arm reach up and take hold on the wire abore and the car would go forth as If alive and In telligent Faith Is the trolley by which one takes hold of the life divine and- yb It a man lives and moves and acts in the favor of GoLRev Dr A H dMorse Baptist Brooklyn W III Bolton General Blacksmith Carriage and BuggyPaintingSpecial Repairing Buggies Wagons and Farm Machinery T We Put On The Best Rubber Tires Made Our Facilities For- FiratcW1Bouuhoeing Are Unsurpassed Shop at Ky Carriage Works Water Street New Method Teeth Ext without PAIN Dr Hobson 4 Pmondr tj c K onstiiaflo Remedy Frts dailylifethat your bowels move They should move at least once 5 day naturally helpIfday you can consider yourself con stipated and it is time you did some thing about it thereJsuel Lauderdale an old soldier at Quincy MrsMonthanothers were as you are now But one DrCDIdweUsWends so they bought It too and It InpraiseWhat Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin didn ha u J yourconstipationof whom had It since CL It only remainsfor you to realize that salts are of buttemporary good and what you want Is a tabletscatharticmake a great show or dOIng Something Caldwellliration a lnxatlvetpnlc a mUd syrupy notOnly lerrnIcents and there Is a dollar roundoutand bowel troUbles In old or youngSend your name and address to the doetor asd II free trial bottle will be sent yoUso that yoU ron test It hnPdn uuIlboutyourunderstand or If you want writetoanswer you fully There Is no charge for this service BCaldwellMonticello HI STOCKTON HAGAN Resumed Business Having been out of the palntin and paper bnsinpss for about four years have decided to acain resume this class work and use this method to ask a share of your patronn a guarantee in g first class work in every respert Tlve people of Richmond slid Madison unty are familiar with my work such as paper hanging painting varnishing etc I shall take great pleasue in making estimates on any work you may desire inthis line no matter w small the job uep splendid line or walt paper from which to select Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting a share of your future business I am Pospeclfull W L Leeds 111 Second St tf Richmond y If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring l they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky conduct your sale His- harges are reasonable Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands Tiie Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 percent interest on good improved farmlands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenault Atty 09tf Richmond Ky iaiisoa Intitule Richmond Ky Tta bkod os tb Hill Nxt Sssion Opens Sept 14 For Catalog Write J B Cassiday Richmond Kentucky BC DOry ISURVEYcI Solicits the Patronage the Genera Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky FarleyMarchI are now selling HATS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Come early and get big bargains It is always cheapest in the long run to geJ the bestY- edo the very I best Concrete Work andyourinly sa isfiecl RK Stone Phone432For A No 1 eslrrlage in good condition practically e r for sale elme f Also a two seat trap which jBajHflikewiw IfcboHgM at a bargain MayM ease 0Iew c Mi r i7 IJ i IT OWES THEBES RESULTS LIGHT I TheSMITHlONIAN RK CORRECT T5 We a Specialty of Fitting Trusses I Perry and Thom f r f That Lame BackTMeans If Kidney Disease 1 f And to Relieve the Lame and Back t You Must First Relieve There la no question about that at niltor the lame and aching back Is caused by a diseased con dition of the kidneys and bladder It Is only common sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of the condition And lame and aching back ara not by any means the only symptoms of derangement of tho kidneys and bladder There are a multitude of wellknown and un mistakable indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and weariness nervous irritability heart Ir sleeplessnessrest scalding sensation and sedi ment in the urine Inflarncsatioa of the bladder and passages etc DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritori ous remedy for any and all affections or diseased conditions of operatedirectlybeneficial results are at once felt They regulate purity and effec tually heal and restore the kidneys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy condition even in some of the most advanced cases Going to Use Any Joe IN E C Co Chicago III every man and who the least suspicion that they aro afflicted with kidney and bind der diseases to at once write them and a trial box of these Pills will bo sent froo return mall postpaid For Sale All I I Lumber HOLDS ANY- POSITIQNi make Js Aching I Druggists Sash Doors Laths i Paint Rubber or Felt l Roofing 2 or PLANS FURNISHED REASONABLE Better come direct to t Todd Lackey Comer Main and Orchard Streets =1 AND GET A SQUARE DEAL Telephone 100 Richmond Ky epS S S S Field Garden j t I SEE DI ry I l I tIrWe have just received a large shipment of I Field and Garden Seed and invite those hi D who are contemplating sowing grass to I call and examine our line and get pricestbefore making a purchase Our Staple and Fancy I GROcERIESwa IT a t e and S Orf I I Telephone 35 vf L e The Houhton Bug 1 Break Cart and Speed Sulkies 4Take pleasure in referins you to tho following uptodate business melojylfhu liie comfort and durabilty of the Houghton Line t lilgliclseveliiclsHoughton by far the best Goodman Drop Co of Shebyville y that the Houchton Bnggv issuperior to the Columbus or Kaufman We do not believe thactlieHouuhton can he surpassed J II McKee Lhsryman Shelbyyihle y writes I have fnmy livlrythe Moyer Curtis Reid and Tim IIonKhton I am to place tileHourhton the leader and dot believe a better buggy can be built Quality and not pounds makes 1 vehicles durable comfortable i and stylish ri 2Consult oHM rlIowit ueeatbusinessArmor imie RIchmond I N Todd tieldOldham Jr Richmond oS E Royce Whita HatT Henry P Rielullord TheEhlfson Red Hoa DeWitt want woman have by by frank Geo P Simmons j JoeMasonWhmtesStatjon i I Goodloe Curtis Richmond Al Cornelieon Richmond Joo Azbill Livoryman RJchthod I besTh lIdoes not make the coat oi such a fOfldietAtiolil iaI Lici Tbhiuughiton build the fi m bkCt In the world 1 IhAvetheHw fciwiiswirfceytJwlMpMlitJi Place your order eaijy j f B J OL7 n it U o z 1 l IIIIU I Spring Hugs-I i jclII I thisI 1 chasett gI i HIGGINSi I I i 1 Telephones 73 Main Street I L SSIS p p pp app ar7 r hPZ THINK ABOUT THIS Ir CAN yCu afford to delay OF nation what avail is procasti bestIn a few weeksI AT prices will be higher us therefore have LET order now GET IN YOUR COAL NOW We Deliver Quickly j Telephone IIOJ I Rex Red Ash Jellico- We have thu exclnsive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been getting else where and possiblyless Full Weight or Coal Forfeited B If Luxon Bro ik Piggs Pure Apple Vinegar 8l2ai First class kindling for sale Richmond Cooperage Co 021 If Her Only Hope Mrs Ndwton Thomas Christensbnrg Ky saga ihays used your flour hon Poultry cure and know that it will cure Turkey Cnolcra It is my only hope of raising the birds next year sold by Perry Thomas Richmond Krl Boys Girls Columbia Bicy cle Free Gteat offer out Gnt your fiiends to cubscribe to our magazine and we wilt make you a present of a J40CO Coiutnuiti Bicycle the best made Ask pur iuiilars free outfit id circular tlilllt Iiuw to Start AtIdress The NewtWanted Succe Vaizii0 wants an energetic itilr ionib yiwii or woman in qkiuIi ojrcifiT renewals an- dtIt lit linttiutjons during full 01 sir ill Expel fence unnecessary A tinioiig friends and Ilif d build up a payinc t iiRiui s without capi t ufi d iiislrnctioni i AI rs VON II SuccttsMaga ZI It xini 103 Success Magazine Bii d UK Si w York City NY Very Latest Styles I have just returned from the cities with an elegant line of- Embroideries Stamping Patterns Etc and invite the ladies A ttf call and see them All newest creations and 4beautiful in design I Mrs Ed Cornelison j 517 North Street I JIotPlU Purity arid Strength rScatteBtion They are far more im portant than price if joa dont cent your health in dollars flay yjtir druzs tdfldtaines etc here and be HSsweil of the best If any can cure 1 in are tle ind to eflecf thiUhspv rII fJ- l WHITE VINES Int ad H i I Around Town r Pare apple vinegar at Jas B Parks 146 First St tf Two nice rooms for rent with board Mrs J T Palmer phone 633 tf The new elevated floor at PrIncess Rink adds much to the pleasure of patrons at the picture show The crowds continue large grarddisplay1st and 2nd Everyone cordially invited to attend Very truly Farley March DemocraticStateState of Kentucky held at Louisville last week the following State Campaign Committee was appointed viz Henry R Prcwitt chairman Ben fOlliequarters were opened at the Old IunR Owing to much wet weather at harvest the germ of the wheat wat so badly damaged that it may not sprout To be able to furnish some extra good seed wheat Zariug h8 bought some soft fultz seed wheat direct from the best farming section of Missouri which he would like to sell to the farmers that know it takes the best seed to raise the heft crops 3t Replete with musical hits that are of the kind that liucrer in toues memory and full ot the merriest divension is The Cowboy Girl which makes its tourth appeara House next night It- dramatf three Iif niev Grand Operl1- ltIee anti it melo he past entire cast Un the Between Lancaster and Silver Creek Sunday ladies black hand bag contain ing ladies gold watch and 3 in money Finder return to Chas Rosel Silver Creek and receive liberal reward 2t Wheat Land For Rent About 165 acres of good wheat landj for reat now in corn Will rent as a whole or in parcels For partIcularst call or address JOE 4t Richmond Ky Church Notice Second Christian Church Sulidayp Sept20 Bible School tug 11 a m subject Where the criptures speak we speak where the criptures are silent we lire silent E at 030 p m Old Soldiers Runion The reunion of old soldiers to be held at Winston Kstill county today And tomorrowviirpmlsestobe well at tended Capt A J Tharpe the manner has everything in readiness and he old vets will have agrcat time Oyster WeatheraTliis is September and as it is spelled ith an r oystets are supposed to be in season In fact wjth the cool weather that we have had for some Jays they would appear to ho very easonnble Hasnt Married Em Lancaster Record t Wabefc to sty to Mr Landram if the Climax that we used the word wedded in a sense of being pleased with when we said that we were weddf d to Kentuckys beautiful women horses lands o This is not the first time that wo have been asked to explain tnat expression Meeting at Kirksville There will be an Evangelistic meet lug lathe Kirkaville Christian church beginning on Sunday night Sept 20 and continuing for two weeks F M Tinder of Lancaster will have charge of the meeting and will be assisted by the pastor BC Lnncer The church has just received extensive repairs in lading a new lighting and a heat ing plant and thh series of meetin will ba the first services alter its re opening tonr Belles Co It la MHCBeasior tocount the stars in the blue sky than the laughs in the two funny farces My Cousins Arrival t the Semiaary and One Night ia Hotel Shantytown wita The BosttiH Belles Co this season i Uli Great Everett whorlS making his i Ant appearance outside of the large vaudevllfe houses will emerge from a krgo ilk f aAmled with water ia opera11Wt5e u H T u 7 NewFall WinterSuits IH THE STORE FOR I r E E Call up C W Cobb at Red House KYt for Country Hams Country Bacon Coun tryLardthe kind your mother had Phone Two Others Fail Fremont Bennett Mmloc Ind snyr 1 used two other remedies and lost 6 rHohogstSod by Perry Thomas Richmond Ky Judge Des Good WorkTA gang of negroes engaged in a gener al fight near a colored church in this city Sunday night and created great disorder They were arrested and Judge Greenleaf assessed the following fines Tuesday morning Garfield No landcuttingt S100 nndXJO days Cy Stone assault 100and CO days Horace Brouston same charge SlOG and 50 dafiSttine and Brouston were each Ut under 500 peace bond and all went o jail No Preaching Sundayp As Rev Mr rogue will attend the Conference at Paiis there will bo no at the Methodist church next Sunday morning and evening The Conference meets at Paris today and will continue over Sunday While it is not known who will be sent to the Richmond church for the next year yet the Climax Jins with our reople in wishing that Mr Tajue will be returned ae he has done faithful work here and is greatly beoed by till Richmond Negro Killed Frank Kavanaugli a Richmond colored boy was killed by a COtrain between Winchester nd Lexington Sunday It is reported that Kavaiiangh was drunk and bay ing no ticket or money was put off the train lie evidently tried to beard the train after it started he was found later on the track Iadly mangled He had bgen employed for some time working on the street in this city His body was bi ought to Richmond for burial Monday Ladies Suit and SkirtOpening We have just received a letter from Mr Benas of the Elite GarrhentCom pany tolling us tliap ho will be with us on Friday Sept 21 1909 with the greatest line of Suits and Skirts that have fiver bqon shown These people make only Suits and Skirts and you will have an opportunity to Get Just What You Want with a guarantee of fit workmanship and quality at priced lower than any one for the quality We have been selling the Elite Gar ments for several seasons and our cus tomers know they are excelled by none We also have a line of Cloaks and everything else you want We desire your presence on that day It costs you nothing look Will you come 1 Hamilton Brothers artier Maui and First Richmond Ky Splendid Performances The performances bv the May Stewart Company at the Opera House Satur day matinee and ni bt were farsupor ior to those generally appeanngouteide the larger cities All were delighted and ore thankful to Manager Baxter for securing the company It is a strange act however the house WRSuot crowded at each performance Mr t Baxter wants to bring tho best shows oh Vhe road but of course this cannot be done if thin people do not give suflT c ntpatronagA tO meet the enormous Jll1arautees makes the show people j He has a number of other splendid at traction booked and this ClimaxtriiHts JhUSJthonK A Serious Problem Attendance at Local Schools Increased and More Room Absolutely Necessary Richmond Ky Sept 18 1909 The Board oi Education Semlemen As your superintend ent charged with the administration of our schools I desire in this formals aniter to call your attention to mperaiive need of more school room for the chiMren of the city Health and Efficiency of Service Dinand More Room The health of the children and their physical welfaro make it absolutely necessary that steps be immediatelyt taktl1lo furnish the pupils more commodious quarters There are now 80 children in the attic rooms the Caldwell High School Building hese rooms are very poorly lighted so poorly indeed that much time u taken in pi electing the students eyes and yet tome of them are suffering If a ttate or a city forces childreri by law to be ant to school it ie the duty of that state or city to furnish rooms where those children can be taught without physical injury to them In the four small rooms of the Barlow Building there are over one hundred children TIJCSO rooms were guilt for dwelling rooms and they ere inade 1 uatu to school purposes In order tout even 25 children into each of tlioso rooms tho children must be seated just by the windows and m close prox imity to the open grates This ought not to be s Much of thn teachers valuable time ia taken up m exchang ing places of children too hot and too c uid It is a condition dangerous to the health of children In the Colored School Budding there exists a condl t ion calling for a remedy In thatr building you have eight rooms 20 22 ft and three email rooms abo it 16 by 22 ft and even now the attendance lit over 400 Last year time etiiollment ran to 603 This year it Wilt surely rut much higher owing to the truancy law There ia now an average of over 40 children to euch of thete small 22x20 ruum Besides these rooms are all heated with stoves which take up much of tho already limited apnea Under these conditions in the attic rooms of Caldwell III the crowded little rooms at Barlow and in the overcrowded condition in the Colored School the physical woifaru of these hundreds o I children thy future citizens of thin Louny make it the toorut duty of this city to buiui more room After what lies been said it can be easily umlesioucl that no teacher untie such conditions can do her bett work If the schools of Richmond are to take dud bold the high raiik to which the ability and devotion tiiis teachers eu tifte them those teachers must be fur nished with modern up todate lour roundings EconoHty oi AdralHlslrallon De Hiaads More Room The education of the children of Richmond is its largest and most im portant business Wliat the city and the state shall be twenty years fiom now depends Upon how faithfully and wisely the schools arc adminUteret now The growing citlzensiiip ahouli be furniahed with the best surround jogs and the best teachebllf tk should bcdone always at the lowest potsib le expense to the taipayen I uiay bo mis iaben but I have carefully studied the question and I believe that Rich mond can build properly heat and equip enough rooms to tightly care for its children for Icajnoncy each year than not to do it Let me try to tate the proposition more clearly It will cost the fax py ore less money to build and own their own buildings that to rest buildings and to tilts extra teacher Hear In- mind the fact GentlfMwn ywiWhlte iind Ccl1tte41 bnlititi tedl all t1ffM ttf ti if S The KentonJ MakeSe1ct Yours Early Before the Best Are Sold Assure as fate early buyers get the prettiest Suits they skim the cream and let teh other fellows have whats left Our stockiis now at its bestour tables piled high with the seasons choicest fabrics and newest styles Now is the time to buy if you would choose to best Quality in every suit and prices reasonable 1oooiao 15OO 1OO 20JJO 225O 2500 New Hanan and WalkOver Shoes New FaIl Overcoas Ng Hats Shirts Ties Etc iie Price to all tJi COVI N CTO BAN KSIiQUALITY WlSimitllWS wJ4 2462m advantage guaranteed not this year you will be compelled to rent buildings aud to hire more teach ere And also bear in mind when you rent little rooms on the outside you not only fall to get the best service cf your teachers but you must employ two teachers to do the work of one Here is one great source of waste To mate my proposition clear I will submit a few figures based on the White schools You will understand that ame ie true of the Colored Schools Statistics Showing Growth 01 Schools- In 1903 your census White was 731 n 1901 it was 752 in 1905 it was 759 in 1907 it was858 In 1908 it was 900 in 1909 it was 1074 Again in 1905 the average daily attendance was 374 in 1909 it was 5G2- Oa the first day of school 1907 we enrolled 433 students 1008 465 stu dentsand 1909 itS students We have now 605 students 76 more than we had last year If the increase this year ia In the same ratio as other years we shall reach 700 students With your rooms now crowded to the limit and with these figures showing a continu ous yearly iuciease of 67 students be fore you can doubt that nextyear you will have to provide more room some howThis year your losses owing to renting and improper heatIng are as follows rent and extra expenses in cident to renting 750 extra fuel for hot air heating apparatus 1200 average yearly repairs on heating outfit 200 making a yearly loss ol Sl150 Add to this the loss in service in requiring four teachers to teach 109 students and you have 1000 more making a total loss of 2150 in money to say nothing of owrcrowding other teachers If you continue the present system of renting next year you will increase this loss at least 800 more in having to rent another room each for tne Whites aud the Colored and in having to employ at least two more teachers one whito and one colored The next year you will do the same and so oil Of course as the city grows larger the expenses of the schools will increase Luc the increase of routed rooms over regular school rooms standard size is practically double To repeat if you do not build next year you must ddat liast 800 to your budget and tIme next year SJmore making 1000 if you do build yon cab substract troui your budget 750 fjr rents and extra expenses and 400 on heatiug This makes a difference in favor of economy of 2300 each year iu actual cash to say nothing of super ior service Jf is should take2J00 in 5 twenty year bonds the average interest would be 025 anti 1000 mk in Jl fund it yearly increase in taxes ol 1625 The first year it would take 1250 interest and 1000 sinking fund or 2250 ana the saving will be 1950 the second year 2250 and a saving ol 2350 lathe firs two yeais the ex penses will be practically the same in money but if time city builds tim S2250 goes into its own building if not the S2350 is lost After two years the increase inexpense from renting over bi iidin increases enormously In conclusion I will say that if you will give us the proper room we can bandlo- an increase lIf 150 without adding a single teaches if not we are practically at our limit I invite factsutrulyT Supt The 4lBir Boy Drafted Richmonds big and successful pitch er RoyGoIdeH has been drafted by the Pittsbarg Nationals and will TO port At that city at close of the present season Goldi is one of the best pitcherll jstSoutb and none ac quainted with baaballmoings is siir prised at this MOna lie is a great favorite inRIehmondt and while our faDldMlikettt tt with btnf yet they WIebkJlft1lnboIuderi swpesi Ik b Is ttw WfrtM jE Our Big Contest Many Entries in Piano ConS test The Best Offer r Ever Made Here The Climax Intended publishing names of entries in the great Popular Girl Contestin this issue but namesN ontinue to come in so we fliavcostponedAs previously stated we are going to give absolutely free two fine pianop one each for the most popular girl in Richmond and one to the most popular girl in Madison county The details are given in the big advertisement appearing in this issue Rend tho pro position anl send in names quick as there is only short time in which nor nations can be made Our propositions a fair one and all have an equal showing Douc delay hut send in names at onc- eTeachers Association The Teachers Association will meet at Paint Lick Saturday Oct 2 and an interesting and profitable gather ing is in store Following is the program 10 a niDevottanal Exercises 1015 The true aim of the common schQol Mr W J Blanton Misses Etta Moore and Amelia McWhorter 1030 school attendance Mr W S Brook Misses Sallie Park Carrie Cotton and Alice Whitlock Music i 1050 Duty of the parent to the child Mrs Geo Adhnis Misses Fannie Culton Frona Williams and Kit tie Hisle ioc 1110 Address Prof E CMc Dougle 1200 Noon 100 Music 110 Sanitary condition of the rural school Misses Eloise Million Margaret White Iva Hendren and Mrs Sallie Bicknell 130 Address T J Coates Music v educatiOniSupt245 Music t Mr W S Brook Vice Pres Miss Carrie Cotton ccty Hows This The improvements being made on the court house yard have colled forth many suggestions as to what to do td beautify the premises and now comes an observer who has some practical ideas to otTer He tells The Climax his idea is that all the trees should be cut outevery one ot them Asked why ho said that while it may detract from the appearance of the place yet the hot sunshine would prevent the collection there of men and boys who should be at work clerks who are being paid to be in the stores and man who should ha doing something as he expressed it He says too that this would be a great saying in another way the loafers there are whittling up so much of the timber of tho conn eventualljbeher leit in the country to build houses etcit the busy knives are kept in use Then again many men acquire throat trouble from the many heated argu ments indulged in while under the shade of those trees He also uggesta that bv retrieving the treoaiaud giving the the sun a chance the count officials could hang cut their weeks wftshiBHln Ute yard Pur frionW went on to that this would also tiled furBisi a good place for baseball players to warm upbefori c- hjameMthe yard free from tree would furnishamplo room for this and give tbe citizens a chance to watch tli work lie gave severalother pppdMi Bone but we b tevs forogojjjg fcr heUfthltf puilh soi tu thlnkbif Rd i 1I14ti Preaching Sunday Eld A J Tribble will preach at the eotid Presbyterian cimrch next unday afternoon at 3 oclock Sunday Fire About one oclock Sunday what threatened to be disastrous lire was discovered in tho residence of Mr V White on Broadway The ames originated from a defective fl ue and had gained considerable headway The hose wagon was q textinguishedhe done 400 ex tI o Stricken Paralysis Mr Robt ar West was stricken by paralysis at his home in Lancaster last Thursday and remains in a critical condition Mr West has bought hemp in Richmond for several years and is well known to Madison farmers who will regret to learn of his illness Forest Hill School The following pupils were on the honor ron for the month of August Edna Hayden Kate Wells Lela Wells Robert Isaacs Pearl Isaacs Mattie Wells Elba Jenkins Bertha Asbill Russel Asbill Pattie Wells Jenkins Joel Wells Lucile Asbill Mrs Mary Hayden teacher TWO rofi Will Honor Him Louisville Times Judge Jere A Sullivan of Rlchmoud came down for the fair and he is going to spend the week here Judge Sullivan has been mentioned for high honors by the Democrats of lea county and district One report says that be will go to Con gress from the Eighth district while another says that Madison county will present him to the State as her choice for Governor At all events Judge Sullivan is to have some honor thrust upon him and his friends are prepar ing for the shock The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring G2 T 400 1 IHigh tirade Pianos fiiven Away BY THE Climax Printing Company ix BSOLUTELY the biggest contest of any kind ever inauguarated in this sectionJ absolutelyFREE madethe hthegirl in Richmond who secures the largest number of votes in Richmond and the other t1 Besidesthepremiums will be awarded during the contest which will be announced from time to II time The total value of the prizes offered will be about SlOQOOa Every Girl in Richmond and Madison County j has an opportnmty to win some of the prizes All that is necessary is that their bs sent The Climax who will prom ptly send out the necessary subscription blanksnand orders with in instructions bow to proceed Votes will be Iesued as stated in the i rules of the contest for all subscriptions and they may be yoted as the subscribers may wish One thitig however we musUinsist thatour advice is not asked in this l wilLbe lJ The girl who gets busy right away will be the one who stands the best chance of ning If you have friends who do not The Climax see them at once and get subscriptiona before some one else does If you know of persons who have not winInewed their subscriptions get tnem to pay up and get their votes If you persons who are in arrears on subscriptions we can tell you these get them to shortlyGet lt JI Z t7ICt s1- Ji Zr Z t By Charlie take Free Voting Contest r 1909I I hereby nominate or srJ r Address POPULAR editordoesin any way whatsoever K UM t Name i Address i 1 Noone related to o laIIY oonnec ted with any member of the Chiax family or office lMMpwill be eligiHit ltii tkis nire 1 SEE ANNOiHCBMBNT NEXT WRx r t t j 1 r iffiof HTIIats- ml 300 11m If iI j I Elders J00 I E are great believers in the statement that the American Gentleman is the best dressed man in the GRIFFON CLOTHES cater to the of the American man and for famous garments have fulfilled his stylewant We have a complete line of GRIFFON CLOTHES for fall in many different models a host of exclusive ItlI patterns and fabrics hatfvpn7fcweacout before their time J HI One of the distinctive GRIFFON models now on display and ready for Fall wear is style up to the limit and down to the minute A really smart suit and representing the kind youve always wanted toughestHh 1000 1250 1500 1800I J Respectfully Submitred to the T- radeEVEld ii rI- 1 n Hats 3 Stoughton Shoes 350 and 4 Ig == ==========C == ===== =================== I ILIPURELY IrauzI CURESBILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER I A GUARANTEED CURE fo caused a TOR PID LIVER Ono bottle purchaicd today may nave you a serious sick spell tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE BOTTLEPRICE 50cGET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by PERRY THOMAS UJ triJ Q world tastes years these every timed Cash LS all diseases FRESH OYSTERS GOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURSI RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco SecondRICHMOND KYCorner Main and FRESH OYSTERS J 0 ro Womems Woes Richmond Women Are Finding Relief at Last It does seem that women have more than a fair share of the aches pains that afflict humanity they must inIpains they must stoop over when to stoop means torture They must walk and bend and work with racking pains and many aches from kidney ills Kidneys cause more suffering than any other organ uf the body Keep easilymaintained kidneys only that helps and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by people in this locality Mrs J W Pumphrey Danville St Lancaster Ky says My experience with Doans Kidney Pills leads mu to believe that they live up to tho claims greatdealcould not sleep on this account On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable to Beingadvisedtrial I did so They helped me from the first and had I continued taking theywouldI wascomoelled however to discon tinue their use for a time but am now again using them and am certain that they will soon rid me entirely of kidney trouble For sale byall dealers Price CompanyBuffalothe United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other slm W 0 Oldham Co f Z r I t Dry Goods Notions 1 f 1 ShoesltLp i i l Clothing L Furnishings j P f i isi f r Ifk if j t I J i c jY + f r S i T 1i I J j w i Yf Busy Bee Cash Store 4n p J =J = J I i jc I Emperor Shirts and 150 It Enquirer by and An Encouraging Sign Georgetown News Tho report that an Independent tobacco manufactur ing concern is to file suit In the Fed r al Court against thA Barley Associa tion to restrain them from pooling their crop is an encouraging sign that the Tobacco Trust has realized that the tobacco growers arc going to continue to stand together and main productReading between the lines In the petition of the proposed suit it can be easily ascertained that the prime ob jectof the suit is to deter the farmers at this time from signing their tobac- Co The very facts as set out in their petition That the farmers have been able to establish the price dur lag the last two years should be conclusive evidence to every grower that they can and should continue to do so The Trust set the price for many years before the pool became effective and that at a figure below actual prod action No legal proceedings ever reached them while productwhy should the farmer now mo lested for demanding a fair and reasonable compensation for his la borFor the first time Mr Farmer youve got em on the go and youre suckers if you dont keep em going To Be Happy you must haVe good health You cant have good health if your liver is not doing its dutyslow but sure poisoning is going on all the time under such circumstances Ballards healthyliverkeepsright and acts as a tonic for the en tire system Sold by Perry and Thomas slm New Use For Auto Woodford Sun Mr Merit Oncal a prominent Woodford farmer has found a now use for his auto and the Sun wishes to put his name up along side of Columbus and other great dis coverers The senior editor of the Sun considers himself uptodate but what was his astonishment last Mon day to see a flock of sheep calmly marching along Jo the Inspiring strains of honk honk proceeding from Mr Oneals automobile which was driving them Ho was steering tho machine with as much sangfroid as if driving sheep was the most com mon and ordinary use to which a car could bo put HeppHyHop aroundbyadeformityiitism lumbago sprain stiff joints or anything of 1iJe nature use ilalirads Snow Liniment and in no time vou ndbeasand f Sold by Perry Thomasslm For Rent SewingMachine apply this office tf DeWitts Little Earley Risers the safe sure easy gentle little liver pills TnepriglnalCarbollzed Witch Hazel Salvo is DoWTitts The same ItisgoodOtW1 l t l 4 fsI 1 Ii i Are StilI Going Up Every housewife knows that 1m the last few years there has been an increase in tho cost of living It has been tho cause of general complaint To the families of men of small moans day laborers mechanics and cm loyes on limited salaries high prices have made the daily problems of existence more and more difficult Few women however oven the most careful housekeepers have kept account of the rate of increase in price beyond notingII steady advance in domestic expenses They have kept no figures for proofs But Bradstrcets figures which no sensi ble person will deny furnish the proofs What they sUow affords abundant reason for the insistent de mand from all over the country that in revising the tariff Congress shall see that the consumer gets proper reliefAccording to Bradstreets between July 1 1800 and July 1 1909 bread stuffs and live stock have more than doubled in price provisions fruits hides and leather have increased over 50 per cent and textiles 60 percent Taking separate items that figure in the cost of the average poor mans table on July 1 1900 flour 100 per cent more than on July 1 1806 beef over SO per cent pork about 150 per cent mutton 125 per cent ham 33 12 per cent bacon over 170 per cent lard over 180 per cent butter 70 per cent and potatoes over 130 per cent Even within the last year the in crease in prices has gone on almost without interruption Flour has risen nearly 60 per cent pork over 20 per cent mutton nearly the same ham almost ten per cent butter 10 per cent and coffee 25 per cent Beef is one of the few articles which did not materielly increase in price These are hard facts which there is no getting around Retail prices may vary more or less from month to month according to locality and the character of dealers establishments but Bradstreets figures are based on market reports which are beyond controversy Have You a Baby Then watch it closely And above all things dont let it suffer for any length of time with worms that is fatal If its complexion gets yellow and pasty if it is listless cross or peevish gets thin suffers with flatu lence give it Whites Cream Vermi fage The only cure that never fails nnd has no bad effects Sold by Perry and Thomas slm Suggestions For Husbands Do not jest with your wife upon a subject on which there is danger 01 hurting her feelings nor reproach ter with personal defects Do not treat her with inattention or disrespect in company she will not respect you more or love you better for it Da not upbraid her in the presence of a third person the seiice of your disregard for her feelings will prevent her fiom ac knowledging her fault Do not enter tain her with praising the beauty or accomplishments of other women Take care of your stomach Let Kodol digest all the food you eat for that is what Kodoldpes Every tablespoonful of Kodol digests 21 pounds of food It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money back Sold by all druggists slm Catarrh theCause of Consumption At least onenaif ot the consumption in the world can be traced to catarrh Here are somo symptoms of catarrh if you have any of them get rid ot them while there is yet time Is your throat rawIDo you sneeza often Is your breath foul JtAre your tyes watery Do you take cold easily Jsyournosestoppedup Do you have to pit often Do crusts form in your nose Are you worse in damp weather Do you blow your nose a great deal Are you losing your sense of smell Does your mouth taste bad at morn lug Do you have a dull feeling in your head Do you nave to clear your throat on risingIs a tickling sensation in your throatDoes mucous drop in back of throat Breathe Hyomel into the lungs over the germ ridden membrane and kill the germa complete Hyomei outfit including inhaler costs SlOO at B L Middelton who guarantee it and extra bottles SOc Crystalized Fruit Crystalized fruit is prepared in duff erent wave The winter fruits such as oranges grapes preserved cherries and pineapple arc usually dipped in to a candy syrup that snaps as soon as it touches water Each piece oi fruit is separately dipped placed in a bowl of powdered sugar and set aside PUIPrmixedinto small cakes and dipped into melt ed sweet or bitter chocolate Sum mer fruits are sometimes dried in sugar and packed In boxes with bay JuicyfruitsThey cannot be preserved for a great longth of time baby Morpbiae 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 fretfulnesssplendid for teeth Ing Sold by Perry gad Thomas The moving picture BUowBtf Pria cess are fine and are drawing large crowds Tlje admission fee is only five coats Dont miss it Billions Feel heavy alter tlinwt Tongue coated Bitter taste Com plezioa svr Liver needs 111111 up Deans Jtegulets cure billkrifap attacks 25c at any drug store Farm oi about 140 acres oa NIyr Craek All Iprevemeets F6rt nH 4e1 Apply to Mar Minerva KATMM 8t FP jjjjjjjj Executors Sal- eS TalnaUi City Property The undersigned asexecutors of the will of H B Dlllingham and as agents for his heIrs and devisees will on Friday Oct 16 1909 beginning at thq hour of 10 oclock pifer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder in front of the late residence of H B Dlllln ham en Main street in Richmond the following pieces of real estate located within the corporate limits of the city of Richmond Ky 1 A substantial modern brick residence on West Main St lately occupied by H B Dil1in ham with all the land contiguous to same containing three acres more or less The house Ie substantially built and handsomely finished contains nine rooms including bath and storerooms and has a superb cellar and gasThetion and has all necessary outbuilding including stable leo house car riage house and has an entrance by an alley to the rear premises from throughthrifrontyard 2 Also Ii acres of land located at the Intersection of the Big Hill pike andJBoggs land now occupied as a residcdce Ly H D Rayburn this lot is improved with a substantial two story frame dwellingcontains six rooms and barn and other neces sary outbuildings 3 Two tracts of land located at the intersection of the L N and L A Railroads The tracts of land contain about three acres more or less and will be sold in separate par eels and would make fine sUes for anykindon following terms one third cash on the 1st day of January 1910 for which security will be required and the residue in two equal installments due respectively in six and twelve months after the 1st day of January 1910 deferred payments to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Ian1 1910 at which time possession will be given purchaser an secure payment lien will be reserved The tittle to this property is absolutely perfect and sale will be made without reservation for purpose of distribution S ILTborpe- Joe Chenault H D Rayburn Executors Public Sale I will expose to Public S tie on Saturday Sept 25 f09 at 2 oclock p m on the premises on Second Street Richmond Ky EIGHT LOTS These lots will front 20 feet on Second street between Main and Waterstreets and have a depth of 105 lent They are among the most desirable sites in town either for business or residence purposes They will he told separately nod then as a whole and the way way bringing the highest price will be made known on day ot sale For further particulars apply to John C Farley Exec Long Torn Chenault Auct S- tForSale Fine Blue Grass Farm The undersigned as executor of the estate of James Bennett deceased will onThursday October J 4 J909 at 10 oclock a m on the premises sell at public auction the fine farm of 223 acres ot land known as the Dr Scott place situated just outside the theiof the Court house On this farm is a firstclass twostory six room exclud ing halls and pantry residence with largo cellar stable and all other necessary improvements The entire farm is inblnegra and is now in the highT est state of cultivation Being walnut genuinelyfittedantly supplied with water We will also at the same and place sell to the highest and best bidder the following personal property viz 40 Extra good feeding cattle weighing about 1100 one mare and mule colt one ware and one mare mule 2 years old past unbroke- nTerxnsFarmOnethjrd cash bal alice in two equal installments due in one and two years with six per cent Interest from date of sale Personal property will be sold for cashFor furher information apply to S C BEKVETT ExeoutorsWLong Tom Chenault auctioneer Notice Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of li- T Ballard on Aspen ave we use this method to in trite our friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain Jelttco Coal f which we guarant 4k to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order sad get Acquainted with our Coal and method of Mag business 1 Al J ij Fully Guaranteed I It In tWetory to know that any article parched ta tally guaranleed by tho compaay Such is the can with SpirellaGoret which to sold by Mrs 8 A Deatherafce who wjll be pleased to fill all orders This corset is durable and comfortable as Mrs Deatherage is prepared to fit any slat ft Do not be deceived by unscrupulous imitators who would have you lieve that the Imitation pllla are as good an DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills There isnt anything just as good as these wonderfal pills for the relief of Backache Weak Back in flammation of the bladder nrinaiy complaintsAny veTfeetby all druggists slm For Sale For wall paper see B Juett Son They sell it and bang It at reasonable prices You dont have to wait they have it in stock Phone449 tf Farmers mechanics railroaders laborers relv on Thomas Eclectrio Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns Jor bruises at once Fain can not stay where it is used Strayed From my farm on August 16 a 3 year old bay horse mule about 16 bands high Reward offeredC F Park- Richmond t Ky 2t Route 3 A Burglar la Town his name is bad cough He doesnt care for gold or silver but will steal your health away If he appears in your house arrest him at once with Ballards Horehound Syrup it may mean consumption if you dont A cure for all cuogh colds and chest perbottleslm For Rent Store room on First St Suitable lot any kind of business Apply at tf A Dobrowsky A Narrow Escape Edgar N Bayliss 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 have consumption it was near to FoleysHoneycough and 1 am now entirely well and have gained twentyeight pounds all due to the good results from tak- Ing Foleys Honey and Tar VHIISCream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC ICWARC OF IMITATION THE GENUINE mCPAHID ONLY IT BallardSnow Liniment Co- OT LOUIS MO Sold by Perry Thomas SPRING IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING Nothing is daintier or prettier for spring or summer lingerie than Hand Work and- Embroidery er dEvacarries a full line of materials with stampi ing outfit and will be pleased to have her friends and patrons call Satisfaction guaranteed Regulates the bowels promotes easy natural movements cures con yourdruggists J G BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over Slnnlfcr Sopers Rooms 2 and 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone Res Phone 210 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephom 267 Office in Oldham Building Dr C H Mainhart Graduate College of Chicago h- RVeterinary Surgeon CALLS AN8WEBED PROMPTLY Office at Vaughn Samuels Stable Telephone 89 RICHMOND KV O D M OHBNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW OCHKOND KENTUCKY Office oa Second street over Chea liltS grocery R EmmettMiIlion Sncceuor to Bargin Le- urDENTIST Over toMe Bant A Trust Company TELEPHONE 286 Dr FS Smith DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 20- cr L tTLL1V ATh1aYATL- AcIwmD1 KIXTUGKY opaityMTh DENTIST rlII M- Miiiiii Supreme Satisfaction u i I rl in very Salad made with Ferndell Salad Dressing J 1 It saves time and you run no chance of your Salad being a failure Its absolute ly pure its flavor is delicious its eco nomical because it can be reducedwithoutt loss of flavor SampleBottle 25 Cents L T Gouington 5 Co Phone 72 232 West Main street s 4444l l George English PL 4 I l IDl Gas and Gasoline Engines l l Agents for llfor210 E Main Street Phone 619l IRICHMOND J KENTUCKY Freeman Grider Real Estate Fire Life Accident and Liability Insurance Agents If you want to sell your property list it with them If you want to insure it see them Office over Perry Thomas Drug Store f Fhe Trust iUCCESSFUL FARMER KEEPS UP53 TO DATE On Farm Machines The great advance in farming methods has kept pace with the improvement of farm machines The most successful farmers have always been rcady to consider new ideas and better machines Farmers never have been more progressive than today That is why the Admiral mower has so quickly established itself in their favor They rccognize the great value of its features chief among which arc Powerful keen cutting apparatus easy footlift increased tractive power without corresponding urydraftumfonn t mowers famous wherever grass is grown If you are going to buy a new mower this year investigate the latest The Admiral Its a pleasure for us to show the Admiral to a progressive fanner So dont hesitate to ask us at any timethe sooner the better Douglas Simmons Agents J ImportantAnnouncement In order to close out quickly we offe all Spring and Summer Goods At Mail Lass Tin Cost We will not carry over anything and to move them out have slashed prices right and left Here is aIchance to get the best bargains ever offered early and get first choice We are now receivinglour immense stock of Fall GQodst consisting of every ew creation in Women llr r boughtthemyou Can find the awe qaality elsewhere i t l J B Walker I t8 IIr 0 II f