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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I 1 fi1if c JI F THE RICHMOND CLIJMLAX I3- 6th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE I i910 NUMBER 52 v WALL PAPER 1 Its No Great Trick Grain Burnside Robinson Lime Salt Cement Plaster Material Warehouse PHONE 142 RICHMOND k For Sale Two Btlrers Blue Grass seed strippers as good ss with combs just from fastorj Ready immediate sarviot A K 535 2t Telephone 2QL he to get n horse to oat of your hand if you tempt him with our oats feed Thor most vicious animal will become gentle when such a offered Our and has a flavor nostock can resist Try some of and note how your horse cleans up the feed That tells the story and Office and on L N R R new now for McCmvx No out Brick For Sale Wo have just burned two brick kilns and are prepared to furnish good solid brick on applicationMobcrly Brick Co tf Moberly Ky Im Convinced You Give Every Man a Square Deal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion TJlna town of less than four hundred peo pIe with fierce competion on all sides we have in eight years built up a Banking busi ness of over V 12500000 Resources Peoples B nkDr Faint Lick Ky E L Woods Pres1r C Fish W G Kemper O N Tenill Asst r a SellfMay Manton Patterns t 1 Each Right Way to get good work is o buy your paper from an up to date lane and get an uptodate paper hanger or temptation is Hay Feed it thoroughly yougivohim Coal Sand VPres Cashier Cashier We lOc Love The Kindliness That Links Us to the Unfortunate Helpful Sympathy The Elizabethtown News says that down in the Mays Grove section of llardin county there was a sight wit nessed that has never been seen in Hardin county and it is doubtful if it ever happened before in Kentucky There weretwentyfive plows run fling in one field of twenty two acres and they plowed up the ground ready for seed ing in half a day The cause which prompted this remark able circumstance was as re markableas the circumstance Lon Buchanans wife is ill and he was unable to leave her In consequence he was forced to neglect his farming operations His neighbors knew his condition and with a proper spirit of brotherly love and kindness they turn ed out to the number of and with their own teams and plows broke up his field for him In the after noon they moved to another fieldwhich he had rented from w N Phillips anti started to break that up for him A rain came up and stopped their operations but later when the ground got in proper condition eighteen of them returned and finished breaking up the field Uncle Bill Phillips fedall the teams and the men who had not brought dinner with them If we did not live in Eliza bethtown Mays Grove is where we would want to be People like those in Mays Grove are the salt of the earthand they have not lost their savor a For Ladies you tried them give trial a Skirt for the season or a Suit at a only that the cash Try Suit at 500 and that fit Spring and summer styles ingracefuluptonow Duttenhofer for When you find you are as certain of a as can bewe sell them Buster Ribbon for children are hoa912 W P BAXTER CONSUMPTION In the cure of consumption- concentratedeasilydigested nourishment is necessary For 35 yea- rsScotts has been the standard worldwide for consumption AilDmttuu Trust Buyers are Attempting to Tie Up the CropI Under the caption A Straw H the Georgetown News stated that To bacco Trust buyers are ale ready active in Scott county In several other counties from which reports have been received the same course has been At Burley So headquarters there the maneuver is regarded as proof of desperation on the part of the trust but the leaders say they are in no wise say that poolers will not be deceived and that the effort to tie up crops will arouse the of the independents and enroll many in the tool The News says During the last few days tobacco buyers have been offering Scottcoun ty growers from eleven to cents for their 1910 crop of tobacco This most and unusual procee ingseem to us to be a straw to show which way the Tobacco Trust wind is blowing It does not take a wise philosopher to figure out the real cause back of a before you grow it tobacco market Anybody with ordinary intelligence can eas ily determine the cause and hoped for effect Instead of caught ifi any such trap the tobacco growers in the Burley should become nore determined to get to ether to the end that the organization is made stronger the coming year than it has ever been The very fact of buyers getting into the field at this time to buy the 1210 crop is evidence that the Bar ley Society has got them on the run Lit the growers stand pat and it will be but a short while until Mr Trust will wake up and pay a reasonable price for both the 1909 and1910 crops Wage War on Houseflies This is to be a hard year on the housefly The Government of the has declared war on the pesky critter and it is to be an unremitting fight in which the general public is invited tojoinIn Departmentof Agri culture at Washington in vestigations as to the house fly have been going on for several years The bother some insect has been found to be an enemy to civilization a spreader of disease and has been held responsible for ty phoid fever and many other ills that man is heir to Therefore he must go He arid the mosquito have been placed in the same category and both must vanish that is if man dues what he ens to do The ties recommend flyscreens and crude oil for the fly and and kerosene or coal oil for the mosquito Crude oil costs but a few 7We Retire Go Carts tiqUidVen er1 Ste how elastic our cotton Js will bed I Ie FOSTERI I 1 is that the natural of the cotton is times by the Special Process of the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully you call Sixty Jviignts Free 1350 and olana LaCICeylUndertaking a Specialty pouringand around other places where the housefly the pest can be completely extermi nated Then with the use of fly flykillersther and free from invasion It is estimated that one crawling ovra crust of bread may leave in his trail many thousand deathdealing germs The mosquito is lit tle less dangerous r v 1 j 3 i a The is to buy a loto old stock and get to hang it for you We kept t in y z 1 i z EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but tho thing that has ballled them is to find some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by tho to the surface of the skin and destroying the life that causes the diseases The whole method of treat ment and cure by memo is explained in an interesting book on the subject by the makers of Zemo It tells how to duro yourself at of Eczema Pimples Dandruff and diseases of this clean simple remedy that is now the standard treatment for diseases of tho skin and scalp tf WE PLEAD- G zz zzzx U L TYa Carpets Mattings Curtains Bestassorfinent Jower wALL PAPER One reason why find most luxurious springiness magnifiedmany making m DrugStore IZZZXIe Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 w s o u o L R0BlantonWholesale and Retail Coal Feed LimeCement All of Plaster Materials Corner Main and n Str- eetsTELrEPHOINE 85 We Sell May Manton PatternsI Were a Judge bench to decide as to guilt or innocence ofa criminal you would demand that all the be and when in possession of all the facts in case a just decision The rule should govern you in selecting merchandise in order that get value received for money spend particular to the material workmanship and drape and when you examined all the points possess all the facts it is easy to make decision 2 THE HUSTLING CASH STOREMasks- thtyou give their merchandise a fair and impartial trial and they will prove beyond reasonable doubt that they are guilty of carrying the best lines of merchandise offered in your city at PRICES SURPRISINGLY LOW when is considered The Elite Garments Have Ifnot them a by buying spring Wash low You not get the best lowestmarketprices Wash Ladies Childrens Footwear Shoes the feet footwear Shoes ladies that name the sole good quality Brown Blue Shoes best Souvenir with every pair Emulsion treatment Significant adopted ciety dismayed They suspicion twelve extraordinary significant being district UnitedStates Government authori Sell breeds housefly evidence and and quality the threat Rugs Lace V C we have ever shown And careful buying we are offering better qualities at prices than evert before them before making your f t selection rr fiiue Us Trial I Wrong Way anybody Phone you thejtheiSTEARNS MATTRESS Web when Trial 1050 1600 2250 protected profession drawing germs issued Blackheads recognized all L Salt Sand and Kinds you on the the presented the make same you the you Pay attention style have a a a on by See all CLOTHING Beata cassimeres125O to 2OOOr are something out of the ordinary All we ask is a look when a man sees he is convinced Boys suits oiall kinds at all prices I The J E Tilt 350 Shoes for Men Any time you see the Tilt mark you may know without any further question that its a good shoe That mark is the sign of a good shoe The JE Tilt and Buster Brown BlueRib bon shoes for boys at 250 and 3the kind that holds the real live boy If your feet hurt try our Foot ILazer HamIItoo Brottiers f t s4 fJ i J e A L i L l IL t 1 1 ll L Le t t d to Cl tA ta ll Q1 Ll i7iLth t t tt 1 t t L t U LL 1 al thll tJLA a A Ia Ai J The Woman Whos Hard to P1seVJust send them to us for we select our goods for the fastidi ous women the ones other merchants find hardest to please As to our Dress Goodsw- ehave the newest diagonal weave in all colors from 89c to 1 98 per yard Our FOULARDS are the choice of the seasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89c to 179 per yard Beautiful Swiss Embroideries in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Look at our Readymade Waists and SkirtsV All styles and pricesV Owen SiIcKeeSee Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns The Richmond Climax riHlBtttO IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOU Hunter PRESS ad Ii LAGUEV FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1910 J Democratic Ticket Fon CONGRESS HON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln County IN the trial of the secretary of the American Sugar Refining Company in New York last week it developed that a former superintendent of the above company who was convicted several month ago for the part he played in connection with the underweighing frauas had been pardoned by President Taft The fact that an attempt was made to keep the issuance of the pardon quiet ism indication that something is rotton in Denmark THAT splendid gentleman and brilliant editor Green R Keller of the Carlisle Mercury celebrated Friday his sixty third birth anniversary There is not in State of Kentucky a newspaper man more honored and loved than Brother Keller and it is the fond wishes of The Climax that ho may at least be spared to witness and record in his excellent paper the approach of Ualleys comet seventyfive years henceV STATE Senator Claud M Thomas has announced his candidacy for Congress in the Seventh district The contest is certain to wax warm as recent developments have brought many leaders of the Burley Tobacco Society into notice as being opposed to Congressman Cantrill on account of his alleged opposition to the Burley pool for 1910 As a suggestion would it not blVwise for congress do away with the free distribution j oT the seeds and substitute say therefor or any commodity which might be consumed It would ati least be an opportunity for our pious ones to include our congressman in the grace at the breakfast table DEMOCRATS Kentucky should be op their guards There is no doubt in the minds of the observing men that the whiskey and corporate interest are combining to try and control the party organization and to name party nominees for State offices Henderson Gleanor A MISPLACED headline in a Kansas paper put several people in an embar rassing position The headline Got lisat Last should have gone over a parent medicine advertisement but it was used by a mistake over the story of a wedding HON Ruby Laffon of Madisonville has announced as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Audi tor Mr Laffon was the Democratic nominee for State Treasurer in the last gubernatorial election TUB house declined to give the neces sary twothirds vole in favor of a change flVthe date of the inauguration oL the president and vicepresident from March 4 to the last Thursday in April IT is strange how little patience a man has with a balky horse and yet that samoJan1lxpects a woman to have the patience of Job with a balky man HE didnt say it or at least President Taft has found it necessary to deny that in a public address ho made a bitter attack upon insurgent Republicans SOME one has said what men think causes one half the trouble in the world and what women say causes the other twothirds IT is said that blondes are becoming Jess numerous This muit mean a reduction in the sale of peroxide There is one thing certain When we seahsilts sailing awaywe are led to WKave there is something up DoM irv refer to a wo in bein pn tin ifriy sWe of Jort1it teajrt to nile wjr ift A MM Mow tUftb Hi ta kk tWftr L J BEAUTY is only only skin deep and we might add of medium hight and small circumference IT is sad to think how unhappy some men would be if they didnt sometimes deceive themselves SINCE the comet has done no very wonderful stunt it has grown as com mon as any other star You neednt expect a woman to remember very far back Sho isnt old enough THE man who carries a girls picture In his watch doesnt always bring her to time THE biggest fool on earth is the man who has been fooled twice In the same way THERE is a vast difference in a girl tying a bow and getting tied to a beau WHEN a woman tells her real age she will not be the one to confide in THAT man who is too busy to worry is indeed a happy being IT is always morning somewhere in the worldIlornePeroa1E Mr J H Toy of Maysvillc was here last week Miss Mary Allen Dcatherago is visit ing in Pineville Miss Mae Phelps is in Stanford visit ing Mrs R C Hooker Mrs Bottle Smoot is visiting Mrs H H Barkloy in Maysville Mr H B Hanger reached homo last Thursday from an Eastern trip Mrs W J Hanna of Harrodsburg has been visiting relatives here Misses Issie Million and Bessie Turley have been visiting in Lexington MrsG D Simmons left last week for a visit to Lexington relatives Miss DoVio White has accepted a position as compositor in this office Dr and Mrs C E Smootand daugh ter are visiting friends at Maysvlle Mr Bryant Brassfield of Decatur Ill DeatherageIa visit to his brother Lucian Burnam Iin Danville Miss Mary Scott who has been teaching school at Pineville is at home for the summer Mrs D II Breck and little son will return this week from a visit to relatives in Mason county Mrs Julian Van Winkle of Louisville was here last week to see her mother Mrs J W Smith Mr and Mrs T IL McCann have returned to Tutwiler Miss after a visit to relatives here Mrs Thomas J Smith has been reelected third vicepresident of the State Federation of Clubs Dr Harry Blanton attended the meet inn of the State Dental Association in LouisvillelastTreete Mrs M lKeTfeg aBdidaaghtcrs are in Lexington for a visit to Colonel and Mrs R C Morgan Mr and Mrs Hugh jfetcs of Fort Thomas are guests of jMst Thomas D Chenault near towjj Misses Mary JCaupSnaa Sato Wilson visited their cousin Miss Sophia Wijson at Red House Saturday Mr Marshall Collins of the TJ S Navy h hero for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs J S Collins Mrs Lee Perkins and baby of Lancas r arc the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Stanifer Miss Judith Tudor of Irvine has been spending several days with her aunt Mrs Claud Smith Mrs Emmett P Miller was called to Lexington last week by the illness of heraunt Mrs Owen Rose Mr and Mrs Wl Ncwsoiri and little daughter Loucille spent several days in Nicholasville last week Mrs Ir G Ballard and little daughter j Francis Morton will go next week to visit relatives In Louisville Mr Slim HamiHea of Estill county spent Saturday and Sunday with his daughter Mrs Harry Scrivner RevG1V CratchfleW has returned from Ashvilte N C where he atteaded a conferee ef the M E PIus PrftfMMr asd JCw G P Mmuiel IIItMV WM tfnMuf nym4 un WMa Xn1A t ITkL1UL Interior Journal Misses Mary and Margaret Miller of Richmond attended the burial of Mr J J McRoborts Mrs Richard L Gentry and little son Nashville will come tomorrow night to spend the summer with relatives Mrs James Benton and baby of Win chester were guests last week of Mrs G W Evans and Miss Curraleen Smith Miss Annie Holtzclaw of Stanford spent several days last week with her sister who attends the Normal school Mr Clyde Hart who is at prcseht located in Winchester spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs T II Hart Mrs Parry D Jenkins has returned to her home in Cleveland Ohio after spending three weeks with Mrs Elmer TateDr D H Scanlon has returned from West Virginia where he was called on account of the death of his brotherin lawDr Ussery of Paris president of the Blue Grass Base Ball League was hero last week to see the Paris team play the PioneersIMr P F Adams Jr has concluded his classes in physical culture in vari ous Ohio towns and returned home last TuesdayMrs W Azbill entertained with a delightful six oclock dinner Saturday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Guy Lipscomb of Illinois Miss Julia Crutcbfield who has been attending schoolatGrecnsboro N C is with her parents Rev and Mrs G W Crutchfield for the summer Messers Jesse Cobb and Bradley Wil sod were in Lexington Monday in conference with the campaign committee of the Burley Tobacco Society Mr and Mrs Elmer Deathcrago enter tained Monday at dinner In honor of Mr andMrslGuy Lipscomb who are the guest of MrandlMrs N B Dcather ageBath County World Urs ll P ilc Cord after a visit of several days hero to Mrs J M Feland returnedMonday- to her home near Red House Mr Guy Lipscomb wife and daughter of Decatur Illaro visiting Mr and Mrs N B Deathcrage and other relatives in the city and county Dr df P Gardner who has been spending several weeks with hisbrother J S Gardner in Jacksonville Florida was in Richmond Monday enrouto to his home in Irvine Mr J W Elmore of Lancaster has been hero several days with relatives and looking after business connected with the estate of his fatherinlaw the late David Chenault Among the successful candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts at Vassar College is Miss Emma Watts of this city who will receive her degree at the commencement June 14 Mr Lawrence Sopor and Mrs Jasper and Miss Baughman came over from Danville Sunday iniMr Sopers motor car and are the guests of Miss Jfora Sop or in Broadway- It is gratifying to her host of friends to know that Mrs A O 5Scanlan who appendicitislastat the St Josephs hospital Lexington The many friends of Mrs S P Death conItinueshomo on Seventh St Her mother Mrs Welch of Bryantsville is with her Danville Messenger Miss Naomi Daly who is located in Richmond was with relatives for a few days this week Miss Bertha White of Richmond- is spending a few lays with Mrs J C Craig on tho Lebanon pike Miss cry Rico has returned after a pleasant visit to Miss Lucy White Book er Li Louisville On her way home she was the guest of Miss fettle Frazee aqd attended the commencement exercise of CampbollHagerman College Among those from here who attended the State Federation of Womens Clubs at Frankfort last week were Mesdames A R Burnam B L Banks IICJasper Sallie Yates McKee T J Smith Jr and Miss Emma DcJarnett Miss Laura Bright WJII has been con tinning her voice studios during the winter In New York City has returned homo Miss Bright is one of our most gifted vodalists possessing a soprano of wide range and rare sweetness and her friends predint kera brilliant future EdithiMillerabungitwik tsMMMMisftAttt el filbb A1M6 awwr MHlMrtyt FMM CMitf IIatMrs Flora Samuels Hughart former ly of Mt Sterling was recently married to Dr Fraiicli a prominent physician of Now York The bride Is well known hero having visiting Mrs Neale Ben nett She is a vocalist of reputation Mrs Ballard H Luron and children left Monday for Cleveland Ohio to spend a month with her mother Mrs Mary Smith and other relatives She will attend the SmithThompson wedding which will take place today in DetroitMrs R C H Covirigton entertained with a delightful dining Saturdady The colorc homo was pink and white Covers were laid for Misses Alma Scrivener Dorsie Stockton Lee White Mabel Kun klo Bessie Dudley Mary Traynor Curraleon Smith Georgia Belle Powell Mesdames Joe Chenault Dr Evans and Tom Covington Mrs W R Sfiackollord entertained last Wednesday with a Bridgeluncheon in honor of Miss Mary Thomas of Greenville Mississippi The guests included Misses Lucia Marion and Madge Burnam Sara and Mary Bates Shackelford Julia and May Katherino White Sue Smith Jane D Stockton Bessie Miller Julia Higgins and Mes dames James Burnam and D B Shack olford Among the graduates from Madison Institute this year was Miss Cccio Burl Million the attractivo daughter of Mr and Mrs Burrel Million Sho is one of the most popular of Richmonds younger set as was attested by the unusually large number of gifts she received upon her graduation the number being one hundred and thirty She was also ono of three chosen from herclass to deliver an essay which was quite a compliment to her ability Mrs Elmer Tate entertained with a lovely little informal reception yesterday morning which gave the friends of Mrs Parry D Jenkines an opportunity to bid her goodbye She len this morning for her home in Cleveland and vill shortly go to Denver for the benefit of her health Each guest was given a tablet and pencil in which to write some original toaSt farewell message and hearty good wishes Delicious refreshments were served and the affair was delightful in every detail Mrs B L Middelton was hostess at a lovely informal reception Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss Lucia Bur nam who will leavo this week for New York from where she will sail for Europe Mrs Middelton was assisted by Misses Bessie Miller and Julia Hig gins and Mrs II B Hanger and the affair was in keeping with tho lovely hospitality of the home Delicious re freshments wore served during the hours and many friends called to bid farewelland Godspeed to Miss Burnam whose trip abroad will cover more than a year Mrs W S Carrier visited Richmond relatives this weekMlss Ella Henry has been visiting relatives in Richmond Miss Mary Elmore of Richmond is with her parents Mr and Mrs J W ElmoreMrs Wm Blakeman of Madison is visiting her daughter Mrs R S BrownMlss Van Grconlcaf of Richmond has been tho guest of her cousin Miss Frank KauffmauMrs Carrie Davidson is at home from a visit to her daughter Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond Dr and Mrs John Harris of Richmond are guests of the latter mother Mrs Susie Leaven Mrs Ed Smith and sister Miss Jessie Doty of Richmond are guests of their sisters Misses Emma and Lucy DotyLancas ter Record SPECIAL SALE O- FPLANTS We will have on sale Thursday Friday and Saturday Juno 23 and 4 in tho McCann building on West Main street this city a fine assortment o- fBedding r Plants of All Kinds Geraniums Begonias Cannas Scarlet Soge Petunias Calms Roses Vines etc KELLEY CURRENT FLORISTS Middlesboro Planning Big Time for Kentucky Press Association Great preparations are being mado to entertain the Kentucky Press Associa tion which meets at Middlesboro June 2125 Tho Commercial Club in conjunction with the business men of the city have made upa largo sum of money to provide the greatest entertain ment tho K P A has ever had Various committees have been appointed and all are enthusiastically at work planning for the meeting The Big Head is of two kinds conceit and the big head that comes from a sick headache Does yours ever reel like a gourd and your brain feel loose and sore You can euro it in no time by acting on yourllverwithBallarda Heroine Isut it worth trying for the absolute and certain rehefyon11 get Price BO cents per bottle Sold By HL Perry Tobacco Resolution Adopted At a meeting of the members of tho Burley Tobacco Society hold at the court house Saturday the following res olution was adopted We the undersigned citizens tobacco growers of Madison county and old members of the pool and also members countyhlingcent article and appeal which appeared in The Climax and Register signed by some of the most prominent tobacco growersot Madison county relative to the necessity of pooling our 1010 crop of tobacco and in view of the fact that theyaro growers who have never hereto fore pooled their tobacco and some of whom have strenuously opposed tho Burley Tobacco Society wo take this method of endorsing that appeal and hereby express our approval of same and gladly offer our services to them in anyway that will advance the mover went along the lines suggested by them and we hereby appeal to all our friends to immediately sign the pooling agree ment with them Signed Jesse CobbG B Turley Harvey Chenault W B Jones J D Goodloe B L Million AsMord MilliOn D 0 ariggs Elvftda Tudor JG Cusick AJLJteedQPtJ VLA- Jkki j in patent gun metal vici kid suede and cravenette Watch ouZ fshow windows for the latest styles Remember we carry iv C a full and complete stock all widths We can fit you p TRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE Base Ball Games at Richmond June 2 Lexington June 3 June 6 7 and 8 Frankfort Games at 330 p m Admission 25c Base Ball Won Lost Pert Frankfort 10 0 727 Paris 13 0 5QO Winchester 10 10 fjRICHMOND 10 13 431 Lexington o 12 J28 Shelbyvillo 7 15 31G Richmond Defeats Shelbyvllle Tho Pioneers defeated the Sholbyvillo boys Wednesday by score of 8to knock ing four pitchers out of the box for tho Millers Score by innings Richmond203100020SShelbyville Two base hit Davis Olson Baird Three base MtA Long Base on balls By G Long 0 P Long 0 Akers 2 Womble 1 Struck outBy G Long 1 by P Long 4 by Womble 0 by Wills 4 Stolen basesMaloney 2 Sacrifice hitsWilliams Wills Knox Baird 2 Hit by pitcher Davis TimeOne hour and 00 minutes UmpireWilkerson Paris Takes First Game Paris won the opening game of the series Thursday by the onesided score often to three The Pioneers opened the second inningwith a single and two doublps netting two runs and it looked as if Pool would bo knocked out of the box but tho Bourbonites got onto Crcagers twisters in the fourth and made every hit count aftcrwhich the Pioneers could not secure hits when needed The score by innings Richmond 02010000 03 Paris 10012033110S- truck out By Pool 8 by Creager Bases on ballsOff Creager 3 off Pool Sacrifice hits Taylor Kaiser Eding ton Kuhlman Pool Stolen bases Scott Kuhlman Olson Whittaker Twobases hits Morton Goldnamcr Scott Barnett Threebase hits Crcager Homo runS Taylor Goodman 3 Double plays Bar nett Kuhlman Thoss Morton Loft on basesRichmond 7 Paris 7 Earn cd runs Richmond 2 Paris 7Timo Onchour and forty minutes Umpires Jenks and Buck Pioneers Win In the fifth inning Friday the Bourbon itcs went up in the air and before they landed on terra firma the Pioneers put six runs across the plate n leadjlie Paris boys could not overcome The score by inningsVRichmond0000ti000x6lanis ParIs Wins Last Game Paris won the last game of the series Saturday by a score of 7 to 4 The Pion eers made a game fight but n base on ball a single and three doubles drove Hedges from the mound andnctted the visitors Tour runs a lead the locals could not overcome Score by inning Richmond 0001001114 Paris0000210407Even The Pioneers shut out the Bourbonites Sunday at Paris making and oven between the two teams in the series of- four games scoroby inning Richmond10 DO 0 0 1 103 Paris 0000000000 Threebase hits Whittaker Base on Balls Off Maxwell 2 Stuck Outby Maxwell 8 by wills 5 Stolen Bases Maloney Morton Sandman Scptt 2 Sacrifice Hits Kuhlman Maloney 2 Sandman Passed Balls Thomas Dou ble Plays Olson Olson to Taylorj Olson to Taylor McKcrnan to Birnctt M1iGaeliic- hmonti lost the morning gaffe Decoration Day to Winchester by the score of 3 to I H was a very pretty game and but for an error or two the score would have been 1 to 1 in the ninth Creager who was on the mound for Richmond pitch a beautiful game and deserved to win He struckout eleven men and in only one inning the ninth did tho Hustlers get hits in succession Robinson started in to pitch for Winchester but lasted only five rounds Toney relieving bLm at that time and lie succeeded in stopping avolly that bid fair to send our boys to the front The scoro by innings Richmond 00 000 1 0001 13iruns mond 1 Double Plays Winchester 2 Bases on ballOff Robinson 3 Struck byTiieywJItIIAKTT s Itsi I4 i11 Ladies OXfORDS AND PUMPS Rice Arnold Monday afternoon at Winchester mak ing two traight victories for that team Knox was hit hard and had many errors behind him Deem succeeded Knox in the seventh inning The score by in flings Richmond0000000000Winchester100004 DEATHS The hearts of Madison county friends go out in tenderest sympathy to Mr and Mrs W C Fielder of Kansas City Mo but formerly of this county In a few short weeks death has claimed two children the last victim being their lit tlo son who had been a sufferer for nine years with curvature of tho spine His death occurred on the seventeenth of May and is doubly sad following so close to the other one WIMON Miss Madgo Wilson died last Tuesday at her home at College Hill after a long illness of tuberculosis Deceased was one of the best known school teachers in this county and for many years conducted a school at Irvine She was greatly beloved for her gentle sweet disposition and her pure Christian life will live after her Her interment took place at Flatwoods the services being conducted by Rev 12 C Mc Douglo President LeBus Opens Cam paign For Pool President LoBus of Burley Society opened pooling campaign in Harrison county Saturday His speech was especially optimistic Ho said in partI have wished that I had more tobacco in tho other pools I wish now that I had more to sign today in the pool of 1010 Jthl that is necessary to make yourjiosjlion secure and safeguard your interests in the future is to continue the fight that has boon marked by success from its beginning We have won in the taco of obstacles that at periods seemed insurmountable We will win again I vpnturo the prediction that the acreage in this pool will exceed that of last year by at least 50COO acres The record of your organization is a history of success What is tho matter with it now then Can it bo theapathy of glut that is affecting some There is no reason to give up no argument to quifthat is uot an argument for the upWliat the outside territory When the home folks have stopped waiting we knew that this can be done Do your part and the trust wilfbo hungry enough to eat turnip peelings According to their own fig ures American Tobacco Co is about out gaInandIf skies are npt clear in September this board can declare tho pool off Should it retire without action tho now board you are to elect will have a month to consider declaring it off I am elected until October but the district board meets June and at that time it could choose any one the major ity wanted to succeed me The hcadi theKentucky Union of the Society of Equity Mr Cantrill if you so desired I shall always be with the majority Estray A goose came to myplaco some weeks ago and has since been cared for by un dersigned Owner please call and get same Joe Bush Linden St City tf A Cough Medicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral Is a regular cough medicine a strong medicine a doctors medicine Good for easy coughs hard coughs deeper ate coughs If your doctor endorses it for your case take it If not dont take it go contrary to his NeyerI w ulll our 1M II ltroarW P to MMttywnr oalyoneart better than cathartic dotes Ftc con aJetlMiIy9r IiooCIN abs- M1Ns4Wtha si 1oMtIIt UVVO Dissolution Notice Notice is hereby given that the firm of Stapp t Estes of Newby has by mutual consent been dissolved Stapp Estes 518 4t By A D Estes Estray A black and tan setter dog responds to name of Ham When last seen was wearing collar with name plate and letter L scratched on plate Return to tf L P Evans pont wait until your house burns to th about insurance See Dan H Breck tf Notice to Creditors AH persons having claims against the estate of Miss Sallie W Harris de ceased are requested to file same verified as requested by law on or before June 20 1910 or same will bo barred W S BnoADDust L25 4t Administrator For Sale One of the best farms in Madison county containing 212 acres situated 10 miles east of Richmond For full par ticulars write or see Miss Paulino Han ris DreyfusKy or Wm S Broaddus Oldham Bldg tf Richmond Ky Notice All bids for heating Caldwell High school and colored schcol buildings must be in possession of committee on or before Juno 1010 at 12 oclock M ED BLANTON 525 2t Chairman Commit- teefOi5fi1MfRCOMTORT COOK WITUlAS CHEAPEST SAFEST CLEANEST QUJCKESTi WAY ikVRichmond Water Light CoI- ncorporated Eight Complete Sets of Ball Bearings Automatic Lift Even if You Dont Know theS Differencebetweeu round and sirloin steak you can buy meat as sifelyat this market as the most experience housekeeper For we keep only the choicest kind of meats and therefore could not sell you a tough juiceless cut if we wanted to which we dont Try us with an order for todays dinner CC CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 12i The Best in Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store We gathered from everywhere good and well Today wo are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole We ask for criticismsrequest- your critical looking And when you have seen and bought we are sure you will carry away an impression that will be sure to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or look just as you please and if you only look youre welcome LELANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street PAINTS All Kinds Our stock is full and complete all bought before the recent advances We carry Standard Highgrade Well Known Brands SUCH AS The SherwinWilliams Paints and Varnishes VarnishesPrattJohnsons and Old English Floor Wax Eagle Pure White Lead CarterStrictly Pure White Lead dOurGet our prices on your Paint wants We will save you mo- neyWILL6IN6 213 West Main Street Wall Paper Window Shades Pictures Frames Window Glass and Mirrors THE FREE OneI i Light Running Vibrating shuttle Rotoscillo Movement Automatic Tension v The recent invention of the wonderful fi Rotoscillo Movement Jfhas made it possible to use the old fashioned shuttle in a rotary sewing machine and still have it sew easier and smoother than any round bin machine Ask to see youitLOIKIAN AND HIGGINS iHOME FURNISHERS ft aL w- 0 ISximething New 1In My Line For You I have made preparations by putting in the necessary equipment to do all kinds of I Carriage Painting and Trimming t Ihavozriailo this Edition believing our many customers would appreciatQ o reffoLs to tako reirn nfnll nnoinj repairs ror vehicles Bringourcarrll gbuggy or wagon and have it repaired painted and trimmed arid mado good as new If you need now t Rubber Tires i on your old vehicle a perfect job is guaranteed at this shop All work guaranteed both as to workmanship and prices James A Moores c TOE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING Of Jr course you want the best results Toin sure success b- uySEEDS bestbrandsbe too particular in selecting seed Come to us andyou will make no mistake I i S JAMES B PARKECASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone624 FIRST STREET I All the New C re at ionsIn flue Dry Goods Notions etc are now on dis- playI at my store We have given deep thought and much time to the selection of these goods and are proud of our assortments We Please You in Style and Price f Ineuery sale jwe guarantee perfect satisfactioii1n every particular We Jevery ajixioustr oryoutQ see these goods arid extend a cordialjmyitationtoS come to our store and let us prove our assertion inat we have the very latest and most attractive goods brought to this section of the state N V WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods potions Etc HERSCHEDE GIFT BOOK BrthIBook makes the choice a real pleasure It displays the most elaborate and exclusive selections in the MiddleWest of Diamond Set Jeweliy Sterling Silver Cold Jewelry Sheffield Plate Hall Clocks Etc Our Correspondence Department offers prompt and exact service Tho Gift Book will be mailed on request tKoenerscaeaetubular befl reproduce the famou- sWhitUngtona4Wetmindclthmes their BankreUabe through o Catalog on requett- SILVERSMITHS Cincinnati references JEWELERS GOLDSMITHS The Frank Herschede Co H rcb d0 BWg Fourth St East CINCINNATI OHIO i = SEE OUR j Silk Dresees and r Waists l Childrens Sock andHost f IAT A PRICE f Ii dHJie of the CB Corsets at 5ocffitS 1tr S Y worth 1 to3 y JB WalkeriEl Fitting by Mrs Moore the best Fit imSecond 5treeJhmoit4 y uL fj I The most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather is Riccis Ice Crea- mIARL6R Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily I Meals served any hour day or night ITTII good to that made sold under J Nut is mostr of finest blend and Jf into a It N B in Steel Tin and Kind Mat crins io Dont the all yards the goods prices Theres one yard is better stocked and all and JllimilJIIIllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Come in and lotus conVince you ours is yardyour perplexities endand your wants be filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425Near L V Depot Jforall tho things cat aro and the Beech Brand probably Peanut Butter tho popular Amado tho IIoC Spanish Virginia peanuts roasted and salted and ground I fine smooth butter do licious and healthful Better Order a JTrial Jar of Pea w nut Butter Turpin SccyTrcas Porch Columns and Galvanized Shingles Steer Ceilings all Building get idea into youi mind that sell at the same olways that leads closer priced than others especially that tnat will SEWELL McKINNEY f Dealers IronRoofingCornice in- Lumber Building Material satisfactorily C T S Todd General Manager Turpin Todd Contractors and j Builders Office and Yards South B Street near Main Will Furnish rlan ana EsUmal s Fr of o t j Prompt Attention to All Work Nothing Too Largo or Too Small for Us to Bid On Both at Home and Abroad Why Suffer fAre ru one of the thousands of women ivH- osuffewoni female sQdont be discour agedjgo to your druggist and geta bpttleof Wine of Card i On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been remedyforpllincontains harmful ingredients and can be depended on in almost any case TCARD UI J34ItMrs Charles Bragg of Swcctscr Ind tried Cardui SHe writes Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for me Before I began taking Cardui I coujd pot do a days work Iwould work awhile and lie down I shall always give praise to your medicine Try Cardui AT ALI DRUG STORES MTHERSToSec Window TillS WEE- KTheSchleel Studio i McGaughey Moberley ARE YouInteres- tedin Lumber Lath Shingles Doors 5asWitG If so see r ToddEdwards Luiiibef Co Pboe 100O f4 kkr4fna dvI0 ItA Word to Excuse Finders Under the above headline the Vanceburg Sun says The time has arrived when the farmers must make up their minds to pool or not to pool If there is any argu ment worth the time it takes to tell it showing why the farmer should not pool his to bacco crop we have never yet heard it We have heard a great many excuses for not pooling iu past years but no good reasons Excuses are easily found They found them in the Saviors time when they were invited to a supper which a great lord had prepared and now as then you can find an excuse for yourself but deep down in your heart you hope and pray that your neighbors will pooland thereby fix the price and let you sell to the enemy and many times as we have heard make fun of the man who pooled hiS crop whose action more than doubled the return of your crop Why not come to the assistance your brothers and lend your aid to a good cause that will help all of you and not take a Course of action the fruits of which will be to destroy an organi zation which has successfully fought your battles in the conflict with greed and avar ice Every fair minded man is forced to admit that the farmer is not asking anything amiss when he demand a liv ing price for his tobacco Singly he cannot secure this but collectively he not only can but has done so In the Dover News Editor Sam Stairs writes The men who have so firm ly stood togethei for four years audi by their steadfast determination have held up the price of tobacco to a fair level are justly chagrinedat the stubborness and greedof those who have more speedily reaped the benefits without contributing to the cause but they are not the kind of men who will abandon organization and give up the struggle un less forced to do so by the overwhelming opposition of those should be their best friends and helpers They have the tobacco trust i1I pedat this moment Its desperate struggle to regain control of the pricemiI ng is prolonged by one element alone and that is the growers who take advantage of the filltheirof somebody else and at the same time nourish the trust and revive it4 waning strength wv qan hardly bring our- selveS tx5 the belief that these true hearts who have won iie battle lOt the 1on trodden tobaccaljjiowers everywhere are the men who willgo dOwn tof ruin themselves in order to give the han erso the dose they deserve Poor Milk is otten thought to ba responsible lor- an infants loss in weight or general poor health Hie cause usually is that the child lias worms They get the nourishment in the fuo l and the baby starves actually starves Whites Cream Vermifuga expels the worms and nourishes the child sure and safe Price 25 cents Sold JSy HL Terry Mrs Maude Mackey Walker Hair Dressing Parlor Bring your combings DUll Tiavo them made into a bruid transformation pieces pulfs and other hair liiocoN lean afford to do this work at a reasonable price with my new machinery which incurs greater rapidity and loss expense Hair dyed braids restored to original color Highest prices paid for combings Olllco phone 515 home phono 202 Two doors above Stocktons drug store 4201mI LrnArci I Natural and Colored If ita a floor or a door either inside or out in boat a canoe or your piazza steps theres a KYANIZE FINISH FOR IT moneybULTrT Henry L Perry Richmond Kentucky Ever Watchful A Little Care Will Save Many Richmond Readers Future Trouble Wach the kidney secretion See that they have the amber hue of health The discharges not excessive or infre quent Contain no brickdust like sediment Doans Kidney Pills will do this for you They watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick AIrs B F Walter Hill Street Lan caster Ky savs I never fail to praise Doans Kidney Pills when I have the oppertunity 1 have never been without a supply ol this remedy in the house for years and whenever my back becomes lame and painlitli a lew doses always bring prompt relief Foi some time I suflered from kidney trouble Toe kidney secretions were tco frequent in passage acd from thisl know that my kidnega were disorder ed At tjhat time it was my good for tune to hear of Doans Kidney Pills and through their use my kiilnnvs were restored to a normal condition for sale by all dealers Price cIs FosterMllbtirn Co Buffalo Now York solo agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other mlm New Game Law AI A Missouri paper says new game law Book agents may be killed from October i- to September 1 spring poets from March 1 to June 1 scan dal mongers April 1 to February 1 umbrella borrowers August 1 November 1 and from February 1 to May 1 while every man who reads his local paper for five years and when asked to pay for it says I never ordered maybe killed and buried without benefit of clergy You Never CanXlelir f 4c Just exactly the cause of yrjbrnhenma tisnii but you have it Doydu know lint Ballards Snow Liniment will cure itrelieves the painreduces time swelling and and muscles 80 that yQwih1b4iaCfiVe- and well as you w ce c oOc and tloo Fflj HSjPerrv Mt Sterling Court The Advocate says About 2500 cattle on the market The quality was fairly good Trade was slow owing partly to high prices asked and a great many farmers wish to gather the grass seed before buying cattle No heavy feeders on the market 6 12 Sents Were refused for a bunch Qf 900p und steers that were good ones Year lings at 6 cents heifers at from 4 3 4 to 5 12 cows and rough oxen at 2 to 3 cents A bunch of 100 pound hogs sold at 995 Small crowd at the pens and a great many cattle left over at night unsold Among the sales were a lot of heifers 700 pounds at 5 cents two yoke of 1100 oxen at 4 34 cents ti ve heifers 800 pounds at 5 12c twelve steers 625 pounds at G cents twenty steers 600 pounds 32 each twenty heifers 400 pounds at 2250 each a lot of cows 900 pounds at 4 14 cents If you havent the time to exercise ragularly Doans Seculcts willprevent constipation They induce a mild easy healthful action of the bowels without gri ping Ask yonrdruggist for them 5 cents Where Your Money Has Gone will not puzzle you if you have an account at tho State Hank t Trust Co Your bank b ok will tell you how much you luul Your chocks will toll you what you have spent and what fOri Tho State Bank Trust Co accepts accounts from women as well as men Its Increasing number of women depositors shows they have found such an account an advantage Ready for Business WG have received our fresh new stock of r Staple and Fancy Groceries C- ahdcxWnd acbnlial invitation to tho public Local and se us Weal o have daily FRESH VEGETABLES in fact everything to bo found In V firStclass grocery Can and inspect our gpods antiwa aro confident you j Z will glvq us iihnre of your business r Lackey Todd TeJ phqt1 62Q rReBnildi Jt C R Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Home Remedy If you arc suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation frfr druggisthascustomers to know that it is recommended for Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff Totter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zcmo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase at Zemo Sir Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured In your own homo without an inconven bythisBring us your wool and get best prices market will afford GOTT Bros 420tf Bring your wool to Elmer Deatherago and get the highest market price in cash 4 20tf Stops earache in two minutes tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes j hoarseness one hour muscle ache two hours soar throat twelve hours Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil monarch over pain Dan II Breck life fire and accident insurance tf Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouthrock eggs for sale at 75 cents a setting W O Burke 393m R D 2 Richmond A Vital Point The most delicate part of a baby is its bowels Every ailment that it suf ems with attacks the bowels also en dan eiuJr in most casts the life of the infant McGees Baby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysentery and alt derange ments of the stomach or bowels Sold By H L Perry Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky Most disfiguring skin erruptions scrofula pimples rashes etc are due to impure blond Burdock Blood Bit ters is a cleansing blood tonic Makes you cleareyed clearbrained clear skinned Hair Hair Hair I am paying highest cash prices for combings and clipped hair Braids puffs curls chignons mado to order Hair dressing and dying skillfully done Fall ing hair baldness anti scalp diseases a specialty Superfluous hair removed from face and arms I havo a complete t articles always on hand liOOn19 3 i a Mrs J C George 112 E Main St Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont cure them Doans Ointment cures itching bleeding or sufferingAt Notice to Creditors Noah buns Admr Plaintiff YS NOTICE Noah buns hrs and crdtrs Dcfdts All persons having claims against the estate of Noah bun arc hereby notified to present same to mo properly verified on or before July 1st 1910 or same will bo barred Given under my hand this May 11 1910 H C RICE M C M CjO wool Deathorage want your wool ajt will pay the very highest market price fursame See him before selling 20t How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff We desire to say that wl iifb took the agency for XEM 0 we were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We are pleased to state that we shall continue time agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for extermal use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease baying the skin clear and healthy It docs not soil time clothing or linen and can bo us6dfreely on infants With every purchase wo givo a booklet on skin diseasesexplaining in simple words how any person can bo cured at home of any form of skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy tf Perrys Drug Store For Me- nBaydi Shos600 Justf Wright Shoes 4and5rBf I Reed Shoes 3 and3 50 n 130 l udgedPr1rt Slj Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 We will on Oct st 1910 give away one full Leather trimmed Rubber Tire buggy valued at 100 Also a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 This is no humbugIt is a fair deal and legitimate lit clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade We give to each and every purchaser ticket for every 10 wprtn of trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in our line of a liberal discount below the customary prices This offer will save you money when you call in and make you money before you go ontoSee our circulars for full expla nation plenty of them at our oflice Read Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars Back Kinds Farm Blind Bridals Riding Bridals Break Harness Drive Harness- SurrojHamoss Buggy Pads etc Houghton Buggies Columbus Buffgius Manycr Buggies R L A Buggies Kauifman Buggies I Fi iczsriniua Post Buggies and all medium Buggies Break Cnrts R Mul Wagons and Surreys the best put qn quick and reasonable First class Horse Shoeing the best Buggy trimmer High Class your Binders anti mowers quickly re paired Blaoksmithing anyjob in wood neatly roairetlandalso have the finest sSoa Send in yourVehicle for Painting and Repairs Early Lackey Colyer lL5ttilr y2rIpi Itubbortior Painting complete mechanics JBallard9s J jnow lilliment =CureI Lame Back Old Sores Wounds Sprains Bruises etc Give it a Trial and be Convinced Three Sizes Price 25 SOc and 100 BLLARD SHOW LINIMENT CO LIMES F CALLARC Proprietor ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and Rocommtsndod t v II L PERRY We Call Your Attention to the Celebrated 0 0 osier COrn Planter1 The Genuine Brown and New Western CULTIVATORS Double Shovel and Drag Harrows t the very best goods and in a class almost to themselves Com d f Ad see us before making a purchase itwill be to your interest Taylor Oldliam Dealers in Everything in the Hardware LinerPhon V MafrrtreetnS i SiJJWsv r os The ROY L FOR FINE CLOTHING Shoes and Mens Furnishings For Ladies The Celebrated J Sil Kid Shoes Oxfords 2to4 All Leathers LEt sLSlyles ti I We feature Adles COLLEGIAN Cothesthe kind thatkeeps men yoking J S STANIFEaTFCQmW ndnu n tf RhmQnd CsdQ F II I Oh The Solid Comfort in a roomy arm chair See those we have They are simply irresistible in their invitation to sit and rest Mission styleif you like it All other kinds as well Ail kinds of cushions too Suitable for den library or living room as you prefer Have a look and you will have one of these chairs i I 1 B1NNETTand HJG GIN S UNDERTAKING Why Wait Until the Very Last MinuteD- ontprocrastinate Dont be foolish Take time by the fore lock and gef in yourCoalnow We Deliver Quickly Telephone HO The Red Ash Jellico- We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oars is a little hotter than you have been gettlngelsewhere and possiblyless Fill Weight or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc a I If you are going to sell out I nd want your goods to bring r in they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con luct vour sale His nurges are reasonable Fire Life Accident and Health Insur ance in the very best old line Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Have you any wool If so bring it to us and get best market prices 420if GOTT BROS The wise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan H Breck has the best police tf If you need your mower or binder repaired caR on the Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Richmond Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden Flora I wish to announce to the public that I have on hand a handsome lino of monuments and grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 32tf C II Pico Assignee You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from R A BARLOW Agent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him about The Badges Steersman 525tt Estray From ThosDpuglas farm about May 1 a heifer with mark in lower part of left ear simUar to cut below mJONAH WAGERS U Richmond Ky Graduating and Bridal ProtDiamonds Gut Glass Gold and Silverware seuibefcre makiliga y T baM i V4r r 4 4Y4Uu4 + Around Town I It is now said that the comet will be visible until mao 10th The regular monthly meeting of City Council will be hold tomorrow night Wool Dcathcrago will pay cash for your wool and tho best price the market win altord 120tf Its a cinch that Madison county will secure the redrying plant proposed by the Burloy TobaccQ Society J B Fisher former mayor of Danville and a wealthy citizen died sud denly at his homo last Thursday Rev Robert C Casweir archdeacon of the Lexington Episcopal Diocese died last week after a long illness If you are in tho market for Bower and Drain pipe call on the Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Richmond Kj If you need any kind of water or steam pipe call on the Richmond Motor and Plumbing Co Richmond Ky 01tf Dr Giles Harris is making preparations to erect a handsome residence on the farm recently purchased from Judge A R Burnam It is claimed that on account of so much wet weather gross which has grown rapidly during the past few weeks is not of proper substance Stanford is to have another bank to be known as the State Bank and Trust Co which will make the third in the city and ninth in Lincoln county Many acres of corn are yet to be planted the wet weather having greatly delayed the work The early planting in many instances hind to be planted over At tho sale of Jersey cattle held by Thomas Kenny in Frankfort sixty three head of registered Jerseys brought a total of 3900 or an averago of 141 a head The farmers and growers of Madison county are signing the pool proposition with grcatrapidity Messrs Wilson and Cobb are doing valiant service for the Burley cause Pure food inspector Thursday seized 50000 frozen eggs in cans at a cold storage company in Brooklyn and they will bo destroyed The eggs were shipped from Chicago recently Jonas Well bought of John I Hedges of Bourbon county two car loads of export steers for Juno delivery which will weigh about fifteen hundred pounds Ho is to pay seven cents for them To look fearless upon lifeto accept the laws of nature not with meek resig nation but as her sons who dare not search and question to have peace and confidence withinour soulsthese are the beliefs that make for happiness Mactcrlink James Reeves was given a fine of 10 and cost in Judge Shackolfords court Friday on a charge of breach of p ace Mr Reeves had ndifllculty with Umpire Buck at the ball park Thursday after noon during which Reeves slapped the umpire On first page of The Climax will be found an advertisement of L R Blanton the well kliown Main street coal firm They also carry a line of feed sand lime and cement and you will make ho mistake by calling on this firm when in need of goods sold by them Green R Keller editor of tho Carlisle Mercury who for three years has annually called on the peoplo of Nicholas county to makp it their business one day each year Jo kill rats has started a movement to make ratkilling day statewide in its observance next year Prof 1 C lImit was examined before the West Lexington Presbytery last week and was given a license to preach having passed a creditable examination Ho will be ordained at St Helens the second Sunday in June Mr Hunt is well known in Richmond having mar ried Miss Lucy Crowe of this city The General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church at its session at Lowisburg Yi Va Wednesday adopted a clause making it a declar- atIon of faith that children dying fn In fancy out of the church are saved by the mercy of Christ This is a change from tho infantelect clause which has been in force 250 years Rue Curry of Harrodsburg sold last week for H M Horndon aboht tOO to 175 acres of his farm three and one haUmlles south of Danville toI M Eldert formerly of Washington couiaty now of Harrodsburg at 95 jpcriacrc Possession January 1 1911 Mr Hem don lived near Richmond until about ho bought thewhenfive years ago farm ho has just sold Cattle Wanted Wo desire to somo fat butch t andsmi veal CHlv scattle and largo Also fresh milk oyrs or good early springers Also good last yeers lmbs and good butcher 1iogs Tele ot WritS to Fox 1w1I lfl- ijiX7 j Found fl Oo Speedwell plk Thursday tiunclr of keys Owner can h vegame by call lag at this oiBc6 uldEying for notice Berths t MrjandMrs P PKuhn aro receiving congratulations over the arrivalof a daughter Mrs Kuhn was formerly Miss Mario Schilling Furniture For Sale As Iam going tQ move out of the Slate I desire to sell privately tho fol lowing furniture China cabinet podeS tal dining table hall rack leather couch and other articles 3t Jilts Jlosa JAIUIAN Street Lights Turned Off In order to givo our citizens a better view of the comet which was brilliant Wednesday evening at eight oclock the street lights were turned olf for about twenty minutes which fact was greatly appreciated by ourpeople NoticeTo Farmers i When you need repairs for The Cham pion and Milwaukee antI harvesting Machines Call on the Richmond Mo tdr Plumbing Co Richmond Ky 220 Irvine St Phone 270 Send in your ordernow 6litf Liberal Reward Strayed or stolen on Wednesday night April 13 from my place West Union one yearling sorrel horse collwith white streak in fore head and two white feet Any one giving information leading to recovery of same will receive liberal re ward Mae L O DUXCAS Phone 02 Borca Ky Notice According to City Ordinance a per mit must bo secured from Chairman of Building Committee before ercclingor repairing property within the city limits and those failing to comply with this ordinance will be subject to infliction of penalties prescribed T S TODD Chairman Building Committee Horse Frigtended to Death That fright can cause instant death has been verified by tho death of a horse belonging to Mr Joe Coyle of Heron One day last week near Whites Station the animal which has been a faithful family horse became frightened at an automobile and after a brief plunge nnd terrific nervous quiver of tho entiro body fell dead Must Dip Sheep The Kentucky State authorities have been notified from Washington that on account of the existence of scab among sheep all sheep must be dipped before they can be shipped out of the state This must be done at points where Federal Inspection is maintained Louisville is at present tho only point prepared but other shipping points will nodoubt install tho necessary facilities and inspectors will be detailed for them For Sale Having decided to move to the country I will sellprivate J1Y residence on Broadway This is ono of the nicest and most convenient homes in Rich mond The residence contains eight rooms largo attic and basement bath room and electric and gas lights with all necessary outbuildings and 2 acres of land Call on or address P B Broaddus tf Richmond Ky Memorial Services The Odd Fellows of Richmond and Madison county will hold memorial ser vices next Sunday June 5 at 2 oclock po m These exercises will be public and if tho weather permits will bo held at the Richmond cemetery In case of rain the services will be hold at the opera house Judge John S Grant Past Grand Master will deliver tho ad dress All Odd Fellows and Rebokahs who are visiting or attending school in ercies the city are invited to join in these ex Garrard Court Speaking of Garrard County Court the Record says Mr Richard Ross of Madison bought 75 hogs at 9 14c These were the only hogs on the market Cat tIe sold at 5 12c per pound These were 100 on the market and 50 of them sold About 100 sheep were at the stock pens and half of them sold J W Bourne sold a cow and calf for 1500 and Ruble Bros of Bryantsvillo sold ono for 5200 Ruble Bros also sold MRogers of Madison a pair of mules for 300 and sold a mare and colt for94 N W Rogers sold to W M Moban a maro for 130 Umpire Buck has been released by President Usscry of the Blue Grass League and his place will ho filled by Harry Taylor of West Virginia Flag Day Gov Willson has appointed Juno 14th as Flag Day whoirall of our people aro called upon to join in cherishing the love of the flag The National flag is to bo displayed on the State buildings and on every school building in the StateCounty authorities and mayors of ciliesare also called upon to invite their citizens to decorate buildings with the flag of our country and join in tho exercises Suitable patriotic exercises at schQol buildings are recommended 23 For MrRE Turley An act providing for tho registration identification and regulation of motor vehicles known as tho Motor Vehicle Law requires thq owner of each motor vehicle to file in ofllco of Secretary of State annually for each motor vehicle owned by him a statement of his name and address and a detailed description of the character of isuch vehicle on a blahk to be furnished by the Secretary of State The Secretary issues to the owner of each motor vehicle so register cd a certificatoand a seal containing the distinctive number assignedmid seal to be carefully tt1cheJto the vehicle to which it ias assigned In a letter Friday toMrRE Turloy regarding assignments rondo to Rich mond automobilists Secretary Ben L Brunersays Per your letter of the 18th nave assigned you number 23 the number 1 woUld have reserved for myself were I fortuiateenpugh to have pwned an nu tainobilo however I might havo com promised with you and allowed you to have 23 and Imvo taken for myself 13f but I certainly would have lad ono or the other of those numbers even ifsi Should have had lo withstand the criticism that w udbe heaped upon me for being partial to myself I have also assigned Mr A C Scanlan number 13 and am sure thatyou will both have splended lucfe I have also assigned per your request to Mr Dt Banks number 14 and will in tho course pif a week or ten days JFIailto you about fortyor flf ty blanks l SB YrMl It j F Programme Closing Excretes CaWwell i Hfck School Final examination Mondayf May 30 to Juno 3 inclusive Baccalaureate address Sunday Jun- o5atllam Primary entertainment 9tO a m Monday Juno 0N Junior Literary Society open session 7l0SGrammar School entertainment 930 a m Tuesday June 7 Common School Graduaiion730 pm Tuesday Juno 7 Senior Society entertainment 730 Wednesday Juno 8 Annual musical opera house 800 p m Thursday June 9 Commencement exercises opera house 800 p m June 10 Tho final examination of all the grades in tho Richmond City Schools began Monday JunoS and will continue through the week They will begin each day at 900 aom and close at 12 The baccalaureate address wjjl be delivered by Rev E C McDouglo at tim Presbyterian church Tho primary entertainment will be given at tho Caldwell School building Tho children of the nine primary grades will participate The parents and friends of the little people are especially invited to be present The Junior Literary Society has prepared a very good program for its open session on Monday evening It will be rendered in the chapel of the Caldwell building Xo charge will bo made Tho exercises of Common School Graduation will bo held at the Caldwell building Twenty nine eighth grade students will receive State diplomas The students will give a short program lion W B Smith has kindly agreed to address the class and present the di plumes Tho young people should be greeted by a crowded house The Senior Society will present a program oa Wednesday evening June 8 at the chapel of of tho Caldwcll building The program consists ofa beautiful number entitled tin Court of the Queen of Duality It will bo presented by nine beautiful girls in costume There will be presented a drama Out in the Streets the best amateur play yet written Robert Baxter in the character of negro Pete is a daisy and Harris Douglas as Mat Davis is a great character The entertainment wil Conclude with a laughable farce entitled an Economi cal Boomerang There will bo excel lent readings between acts so no tiresome waits will have to be endured There will be charged an admission of 25 cents Owing to the smullness of thin chapel only a limited number of tickets can be sold These tickets will bo on sale Mondiiy morning Juno Oth at Stocktons drugstore JCo ono can bo admitted without a ticket Tho annual musical at tho opera house is up to the standard of the past and that is sullicient to say The commencement exercises will bo hold at tlicopere house There are nine grad uates this y oar Supt McIIcnry Rhodes of Owensboro will deliver the it will bo seen that tho week is full of good things There are only two occasions upon which any fee will be charged tho senior entertainment and lie musical Every dollar cleared by these entertainments will po into the building of libraries for the school and the purchase of apparatus It will be well to watch for tickets to tho Senior entertainment as not more than 250 can be sold No ticket no scat No scat no room If you need good machine oil call on Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Richmond Ky Smoke Cuban 5tar 5c For McCreary We quote below a part of a letter received by tho editor from a good Democrat in our county I suggest to the Democratic Com mittee of Garrard county that they call a mass meeting and endorse tho lIon James McCreary for Governor We want a man thaI can win and in my mind McCreary is the man Lancaster Record Circuit Court Commonwealth vs Snub Parks dis turbing religion worship notguilty Same vs 0 SL Madden petit liirccncy six months in jail Same vs Nat Wilson charged with breaking into warehouse of Lturnsido Robinson not guilty Same vs Walker Jenkins obtaining money under false pretenses fivo years in penitentiary Samb vs Burnam Baker shooting M D Bowlin 300 Same vs Walker Dillingliam shooting Lewis Gilbert in sudden heat and passion 25 Same vs Wjn Sparks charged with killing Joe Jake Collins two years in penitentiary Protect the Scretch Owl It is not generally known that the scrctch owl is tho sworn enemy of tho English sparrow awl for that reason should be protected as it inconstantly at war with the pestiferous sparrows We have noticed several violent death in the owl family of late and are consequently moved to these remarks Of all the birds of the air and beasts of the field the sparrow docs most damage to the fruit and crops and his extermination is a consummation to bo devoutly desired The owl works overtime on the sparrows trail and should be aided instead of hindered in his praiseworthy appetite Therefore keep hands off and let him alone May ho not grow weary in well doing Jcjssamino News Thero are plenty of tobacco plants in Madison county but all the ground is not ready for transplanting yet The Cause of It v More towns d loot want of confidence on thepart of business men and lack of public spirit than nqy other cause says Si floating editorial Wlicn a man in search of a homo or a business location goes into a tovn and finds everything brim full of hope and enthusiasm of the prospects of the place and alt earnestly at work to build it up ho soon becomes imbued with the same spirit and as a result he drives down stikes and goes towork with the same interest When however ho goes Ib a town where every one expresses doubt and apprehension for the future prosperity of the place moping about indulging In mournful complaints ho naturally feels that It is ito place for him and ho at oncoshakcs the dust from his feet wiulo ho pulls out with all possible speed for somo other place Consequently try to make a lIve enterprislojf town in which you live When you ori VQrkfog for your town yotsallthe mfeok t X i = f Great Opportunity- We call attention ot out waders to the paga advertisement of Covington and llaribj which appears in this issue of The Climax They are offering rare bargains In gents furnishings and this Is rtrare opportunity tojsecure same Knights of Pythias Decorate The local lodge of Knights of Pythias observed last Sunday as decoration day for the graves of their departed brothers They were accompanied to the ceme tory by the Richmond Military Band Held Over to Grand Jury Fletcher Williams colored charged with breaking into L H McKinuoys grocery store on Maple avenue last Friday night was tried in Judge Shack elfords court yesterday morning and hold over to tho grand jury in the sum of 300 Alma Kellners Body Found The body of Alma Kellner the LouiS villo child who mysteriously disappeared from her home in December has been found in a subcellar of St Johns Catholic School in Louisville She had been foully murdered and quicklime thrown over her body to destroy it Her body had been In the cellar for many months identification of the remains wero made by Frank Fchr from articles of clothing and a ring Total Tax Assessment Total of the tax Assessments in the various counties of tho Slate havo been completed by the clerk of tho Board of Equalization and they show that the total increase over the assessment of last year amount to about 75000000 of which 81000000 was put on by the Slate Board of Equalization and the re mainder by the county assessors and supervisors The total assessment of 1910 was 8707016593 before equalization and after tho State Board did its work Thin assessment totals about 828000000 Base Ball Today There will be two games played this afternoon at Pioneer Park antI an un usual attraction is offered the fans of Richmond The first gamoat 2 oclock will bo Richmond vs the strong Cynthi ana Club which will in all probability in the Blue Grass League next season having defeated Covington Cincinnati Shamrocks Berry Mt Sterling and other fast semiprofessional clubs of similar repute The second game at 4 p m will bo with the State Normal Club and the undefeated Lutes will work against Richmond in this contest This is a test gamo for the amateur ballplay ers of this city and if deserved atten dance is given the titus will see our league teams otf days filled with the best clubs amateur and semi rofes sional that such as Lexington Louis yule and Cincinnati can afford Look for game soon with Covington Blues and Louisville Glen woods 0 Negro Woman Mortally Wounded Gallic Bush colored was mortally wounded at her home on First street Monday night a bullet from a 33calibro revolver having penetrated the brain and her death is momentarily expected Ad Crcckmorc who is employed in the soft drink stand of his uncle Race Crcekmorc was arrested and placed in jail charged with the crime A rep resentative of the Climax called on Mr Creel more at tho jail yesterday morn ing and requested an interview but Mr Creokmore declined to make any statement concerning the matter When asked if ho shot the woman Crcokmoro stated that ho did not and when questioned as tb how thcwound was inflicted ho declined to have anything further to say regarding the subject There were no eye witnesses to the shooting and thoClimax was unable to secure an ac curate account of the affai- rMarried Miss Lizzie Portwood daughtQrof S A Portwood and Thomas Maupin were married at the homo of tho brides fath er near Hadens station last Saturday afternoon Eld J T Howard officiating Tho bride is a pretty and accomplished little woman and numbers her friends by the score The groom is a well known young man who is hold in the highest esteemby his friends The Argent wishes them all the joys of a happy married life Valley View Argent Mr G Sam Deathcrago and Mrs Mol lie Woodard of Winchester wore mar ned yesterday morning by Rev G W Crutchficld at his residence on Fifths cet in the presence of immediate re latives The groom is one of Madisons best know men but for several years ho has resided in Florida Ho is a brother to Mr N B Ucathcrago His wife is one of Winchesters best known women Thin happy couple left at ono oclock for Florida Considerable Excitement Results From Fish Case Considerable excitement resulted when the case of Com on wealth vs Grover Fish charged with the murder of his fatherinlaw S E Welch was called in Circuit Court last week The prosecution entered a nTotion for a change of venue introducing witnesses tending to prove that a fair and impartial trial could not bo obtained in Madison county This proccedure camo as a great sur prise since tIlls is tho first instance in the history of Madison county when the Commonwealth has been unwilling to submit case to ajury of Madison county citizens for gnal adjustment and has caused considerable excitement not only among the legal profession but citizens of the city and county as well The matter was argued before Judge Benton Tuesday afternoon who granted achango of venue to either Clark or Jessamine counties The defense filed an affida vit objectingto counties named to which Judge Bonton took offense He summon ed tho attorneys for Mr Fish before him and arraigned them severely for the language and sentiment expressed in their petition Judges Benton stated that an ordinary fino was not sufficient punishment for the offence however ho placed a fino of 30 against Mr J A Sullivan and 20 each against Messrs C C Wallace and F 51 Wallace Mr A It Hurman Jrr who is also a legal representative of Mr Fish claimed that ho was not aware of tho objectionable part of the affidavit and was not fined The attorneys for tho defense will appeal thoCourts ruling in regard to thochange ofvoiuo and will light the removal of the case to another county Thodecision of Judgo Benton regard lug the change of venue in tho above caso has been the chief subject of con vcr ationon tha streets during the past wok anti Tho Climax linda It tho con- senSus of opinion that a stigmu has ben placed thocUizcnship of tho city nail eounty as a result of Judge Behtons de termination in this matter that time will bV sip wtivorasor Willie digging inhLi garden at Mil lersburg WV B Mastin unearthoda de wpodwr Jaox containing silver coeia01iRtigtU2 2 1 t 1otxr McCrcary Will Run Foovericr Is Confident Belief of Those V WhoHveTaJkedWitJi Him Hundreds Urge Him to at Danville With the above caption the Interior Journal saysIJames B McCreary was given an ovation when he spoke at the dedication of the Confederate monument Danville Friday He held a levee at the Gilchcr House after the ceremonies wore over and hundreds of democrats from Boyle and adjoining counties urged him to become a candidate for tho democratic nomination for Governor While not stating so in justso many words the former Senator gave his host of friends every reason for the confident belief that ho will yield to lie best wishes of the host of democrats in the state and become a candidate Ho very aptly declared that it is too soon yet to announce candidacy Ho said thingsMany In person and by letter said to methat I should be tho democratic candidate for governotand if nominated I would have the unanimous support of tho democratic party Of course I am very grateful for this evi dence of confidence I did not expect when my term expired in the Senate to be candidate again for office but tho solicitations of my friends and the kind editorials of a large number of ncwjpa pers induced me to say to some of my friends who wrote me urgentletters that I would take the subject of my candidacy for governor under consideration It is probably about one year before a state democratic ticket wilt be nomi nated and it is too soon for announcmcnt The success of the democratic party in the next stato election should be para mount to individual success I desire and will do all in my power to havo a state ticket nominated of democrats who it is believed will be supported by the whole democratic party Coy McCreary was looking in splendid health He stud that he felt better than he ever had in his life and was able to make a two months hara speaking campaign over all the State and would do so if he became a candidate His friends are jubilant over tho prospects for his making the race They say ho is the only man who can bring together all factions in tho democratic party and make a winning fight agaicst the republicans Over 50 democratic papers IcCrearisections urging him to run Many who havo not voted the democratic ticket in years say that with McCrcary as the standard bearer next time they will comeback to the democratic party and help roll up an old time majority Fine Animal Comes to Madison Mr Elmer Deathcrage of this city purchased at the Ilaggin sale Wednes day in Fayctte county one of the finest Short Horn bulls in the State The sire of the animal bought by Mr Dcath crago was purchased by Mr Haggin for the sum of 10000 and was twice win tier of the blue tio at the Chicago Inter national Stock Show Mr Deatherago is justly proud to be the possessor of this fineblooded animal Drowned While Catching Ties Wednesday morning while engaged in catching railroad tics from a float anch ored in the river Jesse Witt aged 18 years son of Asa Witt of West Irvine was drowned in sight of several men who were unable to rescue him The float was overturned by a drift of logs striking it and young Witt was thM5wn into the river Ho held to a tiejind was carried down tho river for several hundred feet when ho was knock ed loose and sank Owing to the high water and swift currant all efforts to rc cover his body have been futile Fair Catalogue to be Issued From This Office The Climax has been awarded the contract to furnish the catalogues for Madison County Fair which will be hold July 20 to 23 These will be tho handsomest catalogues ever gotten out by the Fair Association and will be ready for distribution about Juno 15 The directors of the Association aro up and doing to make the 1910 Fair the biggest success in the history of the county No exrtenso will bo spared and each day will be filled with everything that goes to make a firstclass uptodate Fair The music will be a drawing card and will be furnished by tho First Regiment Band of Louisville The outside at tractions will be well worth a day at the Fair and will bo in themselves a carnival of entertaining features no Team Put in Bad Light The Lexington Herald says The forfeited gamo at Winchester yesterday put tho Lexington team in rather an un enviable light before Winchester people but it will do the Colts a lot of good Au elaborate curtain lecture in the clubs rooms after the Velum from Hustlerville set forth the fact that kicking by tho players must boa thing altogether of the past Manager Yancey believed the umpire was wrong in the HustlerColts game and therefore raised an objection but ho did not expect tho whole team to kick Both Yancey and Sheets declare Wilkinson is ono of the best umpires who over officiated in the Blue Grass League and the manager did all of his protesting on the field Wilkinson is competent and honest and not proof against mistakes Ho is determined to be boss on the field and it is up to all lovers of clean baseball to see that such an umpire is supportd in every town in the circuit Tho lesson that tho Lexington play ers received yesterday in team knocking will be of great value to them in the future anti may servo as a warning to other teams inclined to do so Some wrangling in the middle of the season when the team is going at its gait which might result in some of the players be lag suspended would mean irreparable loss to the Colts and they must profit by tho experience at Winchester Just about ninetenths of the kicking on um pires is Uncalled for add it crows into nastyhablt which hurts tho game and does the arbiter Injustice There are menwhocild never make successful umpires iWugiithey would do their best and it docs not mean becawe they fail thtth ir citizenship is the less valuable to a community or that they deserve Jess respect than if they had benasUCce 65 ar an umpire It takes an tH ceilly fitted man to umpire and- hoiwUi k be satisfactory to everybody nor to Jdrll thothfteA good umplra is almost born not made Wilklasc Is teee8s aadhe deserves the support e the team and tlw lists t4je JM LIIiIIt rW r 4 t f 4t94 7 J t1 Interesting Letter From Form er Madisohian Fade Ark Hay 15 1910 Editor of ClImaxAs I have been asked repeatedly about poor old despised misunderstood Arkansas would qfhingIf you will look at the map of the United Status you will find the Missis sippi river breaking through the last spur of the Ozark Mountains in South east Missouri at Cape Girardcau and entering an alluvial valley built of nearlyfrom1000 miles long but west of river tending from Cape Girardean to Helena Ark This tract occupies a region 210 miles long by 10 miles wide containing more than 8000 square miles of rich alluvium covered until recently by the finest hardwood forest on this continent and subject to overflow Until the building of the levee this was called St Francis Swamp now it is dignified by the titloSt Francis Valley The water has been entirely shut out since 1907 by ArI2000000 acres of what was formerly called swamp land This is said to be the richest region in the United States because of soil climate and location This land was given by the United State to Missouri and Arkansas in 1850 to bi used to create drainage funds and was sold at from 25 cts to 100 an acre in 18SS1890 to corporations who in the next ten years stripped it of much valuable timber and sold it to spectators at 8700 an acre Three or four ycarsago these speculators began selling it to settlers at from 17 to 20 per acre I am almost 28 miles due west of Memphis 2 12 miles from Rock Island Road on East and miles from Iron Mountain road on SorthIcut over the timber and have left hundreds of dollars worth oq each tract if there wore only portable sawmills to saw it Those corporations still own thousands of acres of timber land and will not touch timber which mills in Kentucky would bo only too glad to get But as the land is so valuable for crops and there is no present sale for timber wo havo to cut down these giants of the forest to make room for salable cotton and corn In many places the ground is covered with dense growths of cane but as the soil is so loose and no rocks these cane roots aro easily plowed up and gotten rid of Throe miles north of mo is a 1009 acre farm in cotton corn rye clover and alfalfa with stumps all out and is equal to any prairie farm I havo seen in IllinoisThe railroads run two excursions each month to this valley and there are al ways Illinois farmers coming down to buy All the land near me except one tract is owned by Illinois men and if they think it is such a good Investment what is the matter with Madisonians who aro being filled with the wander lust seeking homes here The rainfall is abundant about 0 inches I think it is neither excessively hot nor cold tho average summer tem peraturo is 79 degrees the winters arc said to be about like Georgias There are numerous lakes into which ono can drain land if it needs any draining though there is much of tlite soil that just needs the timber cut to let- he sunshine in to make it nice and dry Because we havo soil washed from the east and from tho west a variety of crops can be raised In this county Cross the average yield of corn is from 10 to 80 bushels per acre cotton 1 bale per acre alfalfa 4 to 5 tons per acre clover 1 to 2 tons per acre timothy the same as clover rice 80 to 100 bushels per acre oats SO to 100 bushels The water is from 40 to 80 feet easily obtained as they have what is called driven wells and can drive one in a day- I am not a land agent and inno way connected with them but as there is land near me that can bo bought at from 20 to 30 per acre have endeavored to let you people know something of this almost unknown region to Ken tuckiansThe town nearest me is Earle and has grown from 1800 to 2200 since November has one bank and another to open August 1st with 3000000 capitali zation and everywhere in town is heard the sound of hammer anti saw cnlarg ing and building new buildings As everywhere else in the South the natives are slow antI are letting many of their richest ripest plums fall into the hands of Northern people Four miles west of me at Parkin an immense wheel barrow concern own en by Michigan men in fact all the lumber plants are owned by people from other states The colored population isas largo here as iffKontucky but they go better dress od and seem more prosperous Farming pays so well that the Mill men can not find hands enough to work full force during crop season I enjoy Climax very much but wish you had correspondents irons Newby and Kirksville Respetfully Yours C I Turner Potato Bugs Plentiful It is the opinion of potato raisers that the bugs are more numerous this year than ever known says an exchange They seem to havo been waiting in 110 around for the vines to come up and four or five are not infrequently found on one leaf They are also attacking tomato plants Paris green is being freely used to kill them It will do the work Catarrh Germs Move Out When Hyomei Moves In No stomach dosing hlyomol is made chiefly of oil of eucalyptus anQ olcalj tot taken from the ouculyplutf forestiof inland Australia and combined with the excellent antiseptics employed in the Listerian system In inland Australia tho atmosphere h is so impregnated with balsam thrown put by the eucalyptus trees that germs cannot live and in consequence catarrh and consumption are unknown Breathe Hyomei and g the same pleasant germ killing air as you would get In eucalyptus forests is sold by all druggists and by B IMiddetonat 100 a complete outfit Aa outfit consists of a bottle pf Rye met thard rubber pocket inhaler full instructions for use The inhaler lasts a life time but if you need another bottle of Hyomei you cannot it at drug gists for only OOc at any time Guaranteed to cure catarrh croup and throat troubles or money back Booths Rye mel Co N Y MIONAcurn5 ItntierM onWb sour aton eh bebIng n4 cwvw m Btownch to =criaoagr bank LazmboxoCM n ic h1 to TUIL tIMc oicaii Keeps Many ExKentuckians From Returning to Their Native Heath ThOfpUowing selfexplanatory letter will be doubly interesting inasmuch as it followsone published several weeks ago both baiog sent The Climax by an oxKentuckian who now resides in the WestDear ChimaxI hope you have succeeded in organizing your Commercial Club aid stirring up the town for I want to come back thcro to live and there are hundreds of other Kentuck inns that aro homesick too but when wo return the business atmosphere is so sluggish it stifles one after tile get up hustle and boost air of tho West Tho chief exportthey have others but the chief export of tho West is hot air and their chief import is people Every new corner soon catches the fever of boosting for it is contagious arid if you get cne or two well defined cases there you may succeed in infecting tim whole town The first thing theso Western Commercial Clubs do is to issuea lot of cir culars and booklets describing and boosting their town and State But few if any other States can boast of a book of genuine literature written by a noted author To read it would mako any ono proud of being a Kentuckian or long to live in such a delightful State tow if you organize a Commercial Club with a secretary hat knows his business anti properly advertised the ad vantages you undoubtedly have there will be lots of long lost brothers and prodigal sons returningnot to eat the husk but to help fatten and market tho calves It is the ambition of nearly every cxKcntuckian toreturn and own a bluegrass farm Thanking you for the spaco you have so graciously allowed me it is a matter so near my heart I cannot keep silent though there is still much I have loft unsaid Enthusiastically yours Alsoran Cattle Killed from Eating Clover Frank Bogie a farmer residing on East End avenue but who owns a farm two miles from Lexington on the Jacks Creak pike has lost six head of cattle in the last few days as a result of clover bloat says the Lexington Leader A tine milch cow and steer died Tuesday while the others were lost several days ago Ills loss altogether will aggregate between 200 and 300 The cattle were grazing in a field whore there is consid erable red clover and so much rain ho thinks falling on the clover caused it to swell after being eaten producing bloat in the cattle The last two cattle to succumb he says died shortly after eat ing of the clover An Exciting Ball Game The game opened with Molasses at the stick and Smallpox catching Cigar was in the box with plenty of smoke Horn on first base and Fiddle on second base backed by Corn in the field made it hot for Umpire Apple who was rotten Ax camo to bat and chopped Cigar lot Brick walk and Sawdust filled the bases Song made a hit and Twenty made a score Cigar wont out and Bal loon started to pitch but went straight up Then Cherry tried it but was wild Old Ice kept cool iq the game until he was hit by a pitched bal then you ought to have heard Ice Cream Cabbage had a good head and kept quiet Grass covered lots of ground in the field and tho crowd cheered when Spidor caught the fly Bread loafed on the third and pumped Organ who played fast and put Light put In thin fifth inning Wind began to blow about what ho could do Hammer began to knock and Trees began to leave The way they roasted Peanuts was a fright Knife was put out for cutting first base Lightning finished pitching the game rind struck out six inca In the ninth Apple told Fiddle to take his base Oats was shocked then Song made another hit Trombone made a slide antI Meat was put on the plate There was lots of betting on the game and thin score stood toO Door said if he had pitched the game he would have shut them out- Er 1Sotg of The Editor How dear lo my heart is the steady subscriber Who pays in advance without skip ping a year f Who lays dovn his dollarand offers it gladly And casts round the ofllco a halo of cheer Who never says stop it I cannot afford it Or getting more papers each day than I can read Hut ouufitIn fact we regard it a business need- Exchange How to Keep Hubby Home A Kicholasville lady hiss invented a look that every lady not only hero will want but all over this land as well says the1 Jessamine News In talking to a News reporter site said You turn this explained to woman point ing to atiny knob inside the door anti you have fixed the bolt so it cant bo shot back with tho key To release the tumblers youve got to drop a coin in the slot outside The only piece of money that will fit is a five dollar gold piece Tho idea is my own A lock smith dOwn town worked out the mechanical part it forms Every night at 100 I adjust the coin attachment If my husband is out after that hour it costs lila 5 to get in Ho stays homo evenings as a rule Cuban Club 10 tents Farm For Sale As executor of David Chenault de ceased I will sell privately the homo place of Mr Chenault on Irvine pike This is ono of the most desirable homes in Madison county situated one mile east of Richmond The farm consists of thirty acres of finest blue grass soil in the county anti is especially suitable for tobacco On same is a modern resi dence with eight rooms hall etc anti all necessary outbuildings and an abun dance of running water in addition to cisterns On the farm is also a very fine orchard of all kinds of fruit and a largo quantity of locust Anyone desiring to examine this above plnco can apply to Mrs David Chenault on the promises J C Chonault Richmond Ky or J W Elmoro Executor tf Lancaster Ky Such is Life This little gem appeared in tho local paper at Honey Brook Pa Mister Edntur Tom Bangs vi are sorry to stait has dosolzod HiB de parted this Life last inundy at flip ago of 23 lie wont lIlt wjthout any strug gle and sick is lifo Tu Day we tire as popper grass mighty smar o Mbrror we are cut down like a ciiiMjnticr of the ground Jem kept arnuio stoar which lila wife now waits on Ills vir chow was numerous to behold Wo never new him to put sand in his sugar tho ho had a big sand bar in front of his lions nor water in his milk the tIm river runs past his dote Poaco to his remains lie Icves a wife S children a cow I horses a grocery stoar anti quadropets to Moarn his loss but in tho splendid langwigo of the poit hits loss is there eternal gini- eKentucky Fair Dates Richmond July 20 21 22 23 Madisonvillo July 10S days Henderson July 205ilays Lancaster July 273 days Versailles August 34 days Danville August 84 days Lexington August SU days Taylorsville August 0i days Unionlown August 05 days Harrodsburg August 01 days Vanceburg August 10 days Lawrencoburg August 104 days Shophordsvillo August i71 days Itroadhoad August l73 days Ewing August 171 days Shelbyville August 234 days London August 234 days Erlanger August 2tI lays Xicholasville August 303 days Furn Crook August ml days Hardinsburg August 30s days Barbourvillo August 312 days Florence September 63 days Monticcllo September J1 days Hodsonvillo September 63 days Falmouth September 951 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sop tember 12ti days Some Specimens r of Premiums OFFERED BY TIlE Madison County Fair Association July 20 21 22 and 23 1910 Without Entrance or Deductions Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding Roadster Stallion Maro or Gold ally age 200 00in i i MOO 00 Harness Stallion Maro or Gold jug any ago 10000 Peals of 1010 either sex 10000 Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding 3 years old or under 100 00 Plantation Saddle Horsos 100 00 CHAMPIONSHIPS Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 500 00 200000 In liberal class premiums for horses Mules anti Jaoke Xo Entrance No Deductions Fine Music by tho First Regiment Band of Louisville Just Double 1j HEN a house is newly painted it is safe to h- V V timate that a value has been added to it which is never less and is rather likely to be more than double the costspffihe painting When you buy the paints of tis thjBiipropoction of value to cost is always the largest Jr v i r 0 1 HLTE- LHONE75 H AJiN STREETs 4 A Oh The Solid Comforf I in a roomy arm chair See those we have They are simply irresistible in their invitation to sit and rest Mission style if you like it All other kinds as well All kinds of cushions too Suitable for den library or living room as you prefer Have a look and you will have one of these chairs E 1i I 1te iIBEN NE T T anHrG T iUNDERTAKING Why Wait Until the Very Last Minute Dont procrastinate Dont be foolish Take time by the tote lock and get in your Goal now i We Deliver Quickl- yTelephone 110 The Red Ash Jellicb We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oars 18 a little better than you hUll been Retting elsewhere and our prices are no higher possibly less Fill Weight or Coal Forfeited BroaddusS Lime Orchard StreetI V If you are going to sellout and want your goods to bring iu they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky zon luct vour sale His oarges are reasonable Fire Life Accident and Health Insur ance in the very best old line Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Have you any wool If so bring it to tit and get best market prices 420if GOTT BROS The wise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan H Breck has the best police tf Ifyou need your mower or binder repaired call on the 9 Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Richmond Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden Flora I wish to announce to the public that I have on hand a handsome line of monuments and grave markers that I must dispose t of at once regardless of cost 3Stf C 1L Pico Assignee You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from R A BARLOW i Agent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him about The Badges Steersman 5Klf Estray fferpm Thos Douglas farm about May 1 ahelfer with mark in lower part of Jeft ear similar to cut below fl CJ JOSAH WAOEHS tt Richmond Ky graduating aid Bridal t premtDiamonds fj Cut Glass fIi Ii GAd and Silvemare ftk1J r prce9 ili i I II Around Town j It is now said that the comet will be visible until June lOUi The regular monthly meeting of Cily Council Arill behold tomorrow night Wool Deatherage will picasb fox your wool sad the best price the market will afford 420tf Its a cinch that Madison county will secure the redrying plant proposed by tho Burley TobAcco Society J B Fisher former mayor of Danj ville and a wealthy citizen died sud donly at his home last Thursday Rev Robert C Ooswc1larchdeacon of the Lexington Episcopal Diocese died last week after a long illness If you are in the market for Sewer and Drain pipe call on the Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Richmond Kj If you need any kind of water or steam pipe call on the Kicbmond Motor and Plumbing Co Richmond Ky Cltf Dr Giles Harris is making prepara tions to erect a handsome residence on the farm recently purchased from Judge A R Burnam It is claimed that on account of so much wel weather gwhich has grown rapidly during the past few weeks is not of proper substance Stanford is to have another bank to be known as the State Bank and Trust Co which will make the third in the city and ninJh in Lincoln county Many acres of corn are yet to be planted the wet weather having greatly delayed the work The early planting in many instances had to be planted over At the sale of Jersey cattle held by Thomas Kenny in Frankfurt sixty three head of registered Jerseys brought a total of 3900 or an average Of 141 a head The ners and growers of Madison county are signing the pool proposition with great rapidity Messrs Wilson and Cobbare doing valiant service for the Burloy cause Pure food inspector Thursday seized 50000 Iron eggs in cans at a cold storage company in Brooklyn and they will be destroyed The eggs were shipped from Chicago recently Jonas Wail bought of John L Hedges of Bourbon county two car loads of export steers for June delivery which will weigh about fifteen linndredpounds lIe is to payseven cents for them To look fearless upon life to accept the laws of nature not with meek resig nation but as her sons who dare not search and question to have peace and confidence within our souls these are the beliefs that make for happiness Maeteriinlc James Reeves was given a fine of 10 and cost in Judge Shackelfords court Friday on a charge of breach of peace Mr Reeves had difficulty with Umpire Duck at the ball park Thursday afternoon during which Reeves slapped the umpire On first page of The Climax will be found an advertisement of L R Blanton the well known Main street coal firm They also carrya line of feed sand lime and cement andyou will make no mistake by calling on this firm when in need of goods sold by them Green R Keller editor of the Carlisle Mercury who for three years has annually called on the people of Nicholas county to make it their business one day each year to kill rats has started a movement to make ratkilling day statewide in its observance next year Prof LC Hunt was examined before the West Lexington Presbytery last week And was given a license to preach having passed a reditable examination He will be prdained at St Helens the second Sunday in Tune Mr Hunt is well known in Rkhmond having mar ned Miss Lucy Crowe of this city The General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church at its session at Lewisburg W Va Wednes day adopted a clause making itadeclar ation of faith that children dying in infancy out of the church are saved by the mercy of Christ This is a change I from the infantelect clause which has been in force 250 years Rue Curry of Harrodsburg sold last week orB M Herndon about 150 to 175 acres of his farm three And roe ball mj1SOuth of DanvaicytoJ M ElderfonnerJy of WasbJngUm county now of Harrodsburg at i95 per acre Possession January 119117Mr Hem until aboutdort lived near Richmond ho bought the five years ago when farm lie hasjust sold i tttlW 4 a caesirdtobuy se rf 4ilher1c- attle and small Teal calvesand largo l5ojresh Hk irSM e esrlf JLso gDod Mt yea1S1 rel- epAd4 Jrnb sa goodbutc1er aC Writ tfitH 4- jdII iiIt- It r XT f 4jrt Found On Speedwell pike Thursday bunchl of keys Owner can have same by call ing at this rfffice and paying for notice Births Mr and Mrs P P Kuhn arc receiving congratulations over the arrival of a daughter Mrs Kuhn was formerly Miss Marie Schilling 4 Furniture For Sale As I am going to move out of the State 1 desire to sell privately the fO- llowing furniture China cabinet pedes tal dining table hall rack leather couch and other articles 3t MnSi ROSE JAKKAS Street Lights Turned Off In order to give our citizens abcttcr view of the comet which was brilliant Wednesday evening at eight oclock the street lights were turned off for about twenty minutes whigh fact was greatly appreciated by our people Notice T Farmers When you need repairs for The Cham pion and Milwaukee and harvesting Machines Coil on the Richmond Mo tor Plumbing eo llichmond Ky 220 Irvine St Phone 270 Send in your order now 61tf Liberal Reward Strayed or stolen on Wednesday night April 13 from my place West Union one yearling sorrel horse coltwUh white streak in fore head and two white feet Any one giving information loading to recovery of same will receive liberal re ward 1InsL C DOXCAX Phone C2 Berea Ky Notice According to City Ordinance a por mit must be secured from Chairman of Building Committee before erectIng or repairing property withintho city limits and those failing to comply with this ordinance will bo subject to infliction of penalties prescribed T S TODD Chairman Building Committee Horse Frigtended to Death That fright can cause instant death has been verified by the death of a horse belonging to Mr Joe Cbyte of Boron Ono day last week near Whites Station the animal wiitoh has been a faithful family horse became frightened at an automobile and after a brief plunge and terrific nervous quiver of the entire body foil dead Must Dip Sheep The Kentucky Slate aulhoriiiss liavo been notified from Washington that on account of the existence of scab among sheep all sheep must bo dipped before they can be shipped out of the state This must be done at i oinfe where Federal Inspection is maintained Louisville is at present the only point prepired but other shipping points will no doubt install the necessary facilities and inspectors willbe detailed for them For Sale Having decided tomovc to the coun try I will sell privately my residence on Broadway ThiS is one of the nicest and most convenient homes in Rich aiond The residence contains eight rooms large attic and basement bath roomand electric and gas lights with all necessary outbuildings and 2 acres of laud cull on or address PD Broaddus tf Richmond Ky Memorial Services The Odd Follows of Richmond and Madison county will hold memorial ser vices next Sunday Juno 5 at 2 oclock p m These exercises will be public and if the weather permits will be held at the Richmond cemetery In case of rain the services will bo held at the opera house Judge John S Grant Past Grand Master will deliver the ad dross All Odd Fellows and Rebekahs who are visiting or attending school in the city are invited to join in these exercises Garrard Court Speaking of Garrard County Court the Record says Mr Richard Ross of Madison bought 75 hogs at 9 Me These were the only hogs on the market Cattle sold at 5 12c per pound These were 100 on the market and 50 of them sold About 100 sheep were at the stock pens and half of them sold J W Bourne sold a cow and calf for 1500 and Ruble Bros of Bryantsville sold one for S5200 Ruble Bros also sold M W Rogers of Madison a pair of mules for 300 and sold a mare and colt for nt N W Rogers sold to W M Moban a mare for 130 Umpire Buck has been released by President Ussery of the Blue Grass League and his place will be filled by Harry Taylor of West Virginia Flag Day Coy Willson has appointed June 14U as Flag Day when all of our people are called upon to join in cherishing the love of the flag The National fug is to be displayed on the 3tatc buildings and on every school building in the StateCounty authorities and mayors of cities are also called upon to invite their citizens to decorate buildings with the flag of our country and join in the ex ercises Suitable patriotic exercises at school buildings are recommended 23 For rR E Turley An act providing for the registration identification and regulation of motor vehicles known as the Motor Vehicle Law requires the owner of eachmotor vehicle to file in office of Secretary of State annually for each motor vehicle owned by Lira statement of his name and address and a detailed description of the character of Isuch vehicle on a blank to bo furnished by the Secretary of State The jTotary issues to the owner of each motor chicle so registered a certificate and a seal containing the distinctive number assigned said seal to be carefully attached to the vehicle to which wasassigned In a letter Friday to Mr B E Turley regarding assignments mado to Rich mond automobiists Secretary Ben L Bruner says Per your letter of the 16th I have assigned you number 23 the number 1 would havo reserved for myself were I fortunate enough to have owned an aur toinobile however I might have corn promised Tith vou and allowed you to have 23 and iiave taken for myselt 13 but I certainly would have toad one o- rte other of these numbers even it I should have had to withstand the criticism ihttyould be heaped xa4kr being partial to myself I haceXr A aScanUn number ji a1I1 sum that you will botlitoave 4pitw4 luck I have also assigned tHffrvfmusst to XrR L Suite number 14 zad will in the course week jw ysaMil to you about Iftrty or fifty Wtefor like tb oen ftoI 1 Erpgrammc Cict Exercwes of Caldwell High School Final examination Monday May 30 lo June ivinclusive Baccalaureate address Sunday June S atlliuin Primary entertainment 030 L m Monday Juno C Junior Literary Society open session 730 I Grammar School entertainment a m Tuesday June 7 Common School GradcaUon7Op1n Tuesday June 7 Senior Society entertainment 730 Wednesday JunoS Annual musical opera house 500 p m Thursday June 9 Commencement exercises opera house 300 p m June 10 theIthe City Schools began Monday June3 and will continue through the week They will begin each day at 900 a m and close at 12 The baccalaureate address will be delivered by Rev E C McDougle at the Presbyterian church The primary entertainment will be given at the Caldwell School building The children of the nine primary grades will participate The parents and friends of the little people are especial ly invited to be present The Junior Literary Society has pro pared a very good program for Its open session on Monday evening It wilt be rendered in the chapel of the Caldwell building No charge will be made Tho exercises of Common School Graduation will be hold at the Caldwell building Twenty nine eighth grade students will receive State diplomas The students will give a short program lien VT B Smith has kindly agreed to address tho lass and present the di plomas The young people should be greeted by a crowded house The Senior Society will present a pro gram on Wednesday evening JuneS at the chapel of of the Caldwell building The program consists of a beautiful number entitled the Court of the Queen of Beauty Itvill bo presented by nine beautiful girls in costume There will be presented a drama Out in the Streets the best aaiatear play yet written Robert Baxter in the charac ter of nagro Pete is a daisy and Harris Douglas as Mat Davis is agreateharacl Lee The entertainment will conclude with a laughable farce entitled an Economi cal Boomerang There will bo excel lent readings between acts so no tiresome waltz will have to be endured There will bo charged an admission of 25 cents Owing to tho smallness of tlioiplmpel only a limited number of tickets can be sold These tickets will atIIThe annual musical at the opera house Is up to the standard of the past anti that issufUcieet to say The com mencement exorcises will be held at tbtfopero house There are nine grad uates this y o a r Sopt McHenry Rhodes of Owonsboro will deliver the it willbe seen that the week is full of good things There arc only two occasions upon which any fee will be charged Iho senior entertainment and the musical Every dollar cleared by these entertainments will KO into the building of libraries for the school and the purchase of apparatus It will be well to watch for tickets to the Senior entertainment as not more than 230 can be sold No ticket no seal No seat no room If you need good machine oil call on Richmond Motor Plumbing Co- ntcl1mond Ky Smoke Cuban StarSee For McCreary Wo quote below a part of a letter re ceived by the editorfrom a good Democrat in our county I suggest lo the Democratic Com mittee of Garrard county that they calla mass meeting and endorse the lion James McCreary for Governor Wo want a man that can win and in my mind McCreary is the mau Lancaster Record Circuit Court Commonwealth ts Sallio Parks disturbing religion worship not guilty Samo vs XM Madden petit larccncy six months in Jail Same vs Nat Wilson charged with breaking Into warehouse of Burnsido Robinson not guilty Same vs Walker Jenkins obtaining moneyundcr false pretenses five years in penitentiary Same vs Burnam Baker shooting M D Bowlin 1300 Same vs Walker Dillingham shoot ing Lewis Gilbert in sudden heat and passion 25 Same vs Wm Sparks charged with killing Joe Jake Collins two years in penitentiaryProtect the Scretch Owl It is not generally knowa that the scretch owl Is the sworn enemy of the English sparrow and for that reason should be protected as it is constantly at war with the pestiferous sparrows We have noticed itvcral violent deaths in the owl family of late anti are con sequently moved to these remarks Of all the birds of the air and beasts of tho field the sparrow docs most damage to tins fruit and crops and his extermina tion is a consummation to bo devoutly desired Tho owl works overtime on the sparrows trail and should be aided instead of hindered in his praiseworthy appetite Therefore keep hands off and let him alone May he not grow weary in well doing Jessamine News There arc plenty of tobacco plants in Madison county but all the ground Is not ready for transplanting yet The Cause of It More towns die of want of confidence on the part of business men and lack of public spiritthan any other cause says a floating editorial When a man In search of ahomo or a business location goes into a town and linda everything brim full of hope and enthusiasm of the prospects of the place and all earnestly at work to build it up ho soon becomes imbnetl with U e slmespiritand as a result hcdriVei down stakes and goes to wbrV with the same interest When werer ho to a town whore every hensioIlIormoping about indulging in mournluj complaints he naturally feels th t it Is no place for him and lid at once shakes the duet from Ida feetr while ho pulls out wmiaU possible speed for soqe otherplae Consequently lry to make alive el fi 16tlt town in which OU live Wkeyu ate wSrklng Or your all theaccoraplishinstewa ye 4f trt u Great Opportunity We call attention ot our renders to the page advertisement of Covington and Banks which appears in this issue of The ClImax They are offering rare bargains in gents furnishings and tills is a rare opportunity to secure same Knights of Pythias Decorate The local lodge of Knights of Pythias observed last Sunday as decontion day bribe graves of their departed brothers They were accompanied to the ceme tery by the Richmond Military Band ReId Over to Grand Jury Fletcher Williams colored charged with breaking into J IL McKinnoys grocery store on Maple avenue last Friday night was tried in Judge Shack chords court yesterday morning and held over to the grand jury in the sum of 300 Alma Kellnerrs Body Found The body of Alma Kellner the Louis ville child whomysteriously disappeared from her home in December has been cued in a subcellar of St Johns Cath olic School in Louisville She had been foully murdered and quicklime thrown over her body to destroy it Her body had bon in the collar fer many months Identification of tho remains were made by Frank Fchr from articles of clothing and a ring Total Tax Assessment Total of the tax assessments in the va rious counties of the StlIe have beer completed by the clerk of the Board oi Equalization and they show that the to tal increase over the assessment of last year amount to about 75000000 or which 31000000 was put on by the State Board of Equalization and the remainder by the county assessors and supervisors The total assessment ol 1010 was 8707010500 before oqualizallon and after tho State Board did its work Tho assessment totalsabout 828000000 Base Ball Today There will bo two games played this afternoon at Pioneer Park and an un usual attraction is offered the fans of Richmond The first game at 2 oclock will be Richmond vs the strong Cynthi ana Club which will in all probability bt in tho Blue Grass League nexl season having defeated Covington Cincinnati Shamrocks Berry Mt Sterling and other fast semiprofessional clubs of similar repute The second game at 4 p m wilt be with the State Normal duband tho undefeated Lutes will work against Richmond in this contest This is a test game for the amateur ball play ers of this cIty and if deserved attendance is gives the fans vill see our league teams off days filled with the best clubs amateur and semiprofes sional that such as Lexington Louis villcand Cincinnati can afford Look for game soon with Covington Blues and Louisrillo Glonwoods 0 Negro Wcman Mortally Wounded Gallic Bush colored was mortally wounded at her home on First street Monday night a bullet Irons aCScalibre revolver having penetrated the brain and her death is momentarily expected Ad Creckmore who is employed in the soft drink tand of his uncle Race Creekmore was arrested and placed in jail charged with the prime A rep resentative of the Climax called on Mr Creckmorc at the jail yesterday morn ing and requested an interview but Mr Creekmore declined to make any state ment concerning the matter When asked if he shot the woman Creekmore slated that he did not and when questioned as lohow thrjwound was inflicted he declined to have anything further to say regarding the subject There were no eye witnesses to the shooting and the Climax was unable to secure an rotate account of the affai- rMarried Miss Lizzie Portwood daughter of S A Portwood and Thomas Maupin were married at the home of the brides falls er near Hadens station last Saturday afternoon Eld J T Howard officiating The bride is a pretty and accom plished little woman and numbers her friends by the score The groom is a well known young man who is hold in the highest esteem by isis friends The Argent wishes them all the joys of a happy married life Valley View ArgentMr SamJ eatherage and Mrs Mol lie Woodard of Winchester were married yesterday morning by Rev G W Crutchfield at his residence on Fifth street in the presence of immediate re latives The groom is ono of Madisons best know men but for several years ho has resided in Florida He is a brother to Mr N B Dealhprago His wife is one of Winchesters best known women The happy couple left at ono oclock for Florida Considerable Excitement Results From Fish Case Considerable excitement resulted when the case Comonwcalthvs Grover Fish charged with the murder of his falherinUw S E Welch was called in Circuit Court last week The prosecu lion entered a motion for a change of venue introducin witnesses tending to prove that a fair and impartial trial could not be obtained in Madison county This procecdurc came as a great sur prise since this is the first instance in the history of Madison county when the Commonwcalth has been unwilling to submit casoto ajury of Madison county citizens for gnal adjustment and has caused considerable excitement not on y among the legal profession but citizens of the city and county as well The matter was argued before Judge Bsnton Tuesday afternoon who granted achange of venue to either Clark or Jessamino counties The defense filed an affida vit obiectingto counties named lo which Judge Benton took offense He summon ed the attorneys for Mr Fish before him and arraigned them severely for the language and sentiment expressed in their petition Judge Benton stated that an ordinary fine was not sufficient punishment for the offence however ho placed a fine of 30 against Mr J A Sullivan and 20 each against Messrs G C Wallace and P M Wallace Mr AR Burman Jr who is also a legal representative of Mr Fish claimed that he was not aware of the objectionable part of the affidavit anti was not fined The attorneys forthodefense will appeal thoCourtsrulingSn regard tolhochahgp ot eane ant win fight the removal of the case to another county The decision of Judgft Benton regard ing ho change of venue In the above case has been the chief subject of con ersation on the streets during the past week and The Climax finds it the eOa1 setf6ua bt opinion that a stigma has beM pjieed on the citIzen1 hip of the anl aemiyas a result of Judo enwsae j lamination In this matter that tie will 4s slow to erase I4lodigging1Xi1lagafl It lil I lefsburg W B Mastfn unearthed p cay a Wooden box containing wlfec 4Ns peiathtg Q WQ- l + t f h McGreary Wtli Run For Governor Is Confident Belief oi Those Who Have Talked With Him Hundreds Urge Him to at Danville With the above caption the Interior Journal says James B McCreary was given an ovation when he spoke at the dedication of the Confederate monument at Danville Friday lie held a levco at the Gilcher House after the ceremonies wore over and hundreds of democrats from Boyle and adjoining counties urged him to become a candidate for the democratic nomination for Governor While not stating so in justso many words the former Senator gave his host of friends every reason for the confident belief that he will yield to the best wishes of the host democrats in the state and become a candidate He very aptly declared that it is too soon yet to announce candidacy lie said among other things Many democrats have in person and by letter said to methat I should be the democratic candidate torgovernor and if nominated I would have theunanimous support of the democratic party Of course I am very grateful for this evi dence of confidence I did not expect when my term expired in the Senate to be a candidate again for office but the solicitations of my friends and the kind editorials of a large number of newspa pers induced me to say to some of my friends whowrole me urgent lellers that I would take the subject of my candidacy for governor under consideration It is probably about one year before a state democratic ticket will bo nomi nated and it is too soon for announcmont The success of the democratic party in the next state election should be paramount to individual success I desire and will do all in my power to have a state ticket nominated of democrats who it is believed will be supported by the whole democratic party Coy McCreary was looking in splendid health lie said that ho feltbetter than he ever had in his life and was able to make a two months hard speaking cam paign over all the State and would do so if he became a candidate His friends are jubilant over the prospects for his making the race They say he is the only man who can bring together all factions in the democratic party and make a winning fight agaicst the re publicans Over 50 democratic papers over the state have declared for McCroary and he is daily receiving letters from alt sections urging him lo run Many who have not voted the democratic ticket in years say that with McCreary as the standard bearer next time they will come back to the democratic party and help roll up an old time majority Fine Animal Comes to Madison Mr Elmer Deatherage of this city purchased at the Haggin sale Wednes slay in Fayotte county one of the finest Short Horn bulls in the State The sire of the animal bought by Mr Death erage was purchased by Mr Haggin for the sum of 10000 and was twice winner of the blue tie at the Chicago Inter national Stock Show Mr Deatherage is justly proud to be the possessor of this fineblooded animal Drowned While Catching Ties Wednesday morning while engaged in atching railroad ties from a float anchored in the river Jesse Witt aged IS years son of Ass Wilt of West Irvine was drowned in sight of several men who were unable to rescue him The float was overturned by a drift of logs striking it and young Witt was thrown into the river He held to a tie and was carried down the river for several hundred feet when lie was knocked loose and sank Owing to the high water and swift currant all efforts to recover his body have been futile Fair Catalogue to bz Issued From This Office The Climax has been awarded the contract to furnish the catalogues for Madison County Fair which will be held July 20 to 23 These will be the hand somest catalogues ever gotten out by the Fair Association and will be ready for distribution about June 15 The directors of the Association arc up and doing to make the 1910 Fair the biggest success in the history of the county No expense will be spared and each day will be filled with everything that goes to make a firstclass aptodato Fair The music will be a drawing card and will be furnished by the First Regiment Band of Louisville The outside at tractions will be well worth a day at the Fair and will be in themselves a carni val of entertaining features Team Put in Bad Light The Lexington Herald says The forfeited game at Winchester yesterday put the Lexington team in rather an uu enviable light before Winchester people but it will do the Colts a lotof good An elaborate curtain lecture in the clubs rooms after the return from Hustlcrville set forth tho fact that kicking by the players must bea thing altogether of the past Manager Yancey believed the urn piro was wrong in the HustlerColts game and therefore raised an objection but ho did not expect the whole team to kick Both Yancey and Sheets declare Wilkinson is one of the best umpires who ever officiated in the Blue Grass League and the manager did all of his protesting on the field Wilkinson is competent and honest and not proof against mistakes Ho is determined to bo boss on the field and it is up to all lovers of clean baseball to see that such an umpire is supportd in every town in the circuit The lesson that the Lexington players received yesterday in team knock ing will be of great value to them in the future and may serve as a warning to other teams inclined to dose Some wrangling in the middle of the season when tho team is going at its gait which might result in some of the players be lug suspended would mean irreparable loss to the Colts and they must profit by the experience at Winchester Just about ninetenths of the kicking on umpires is uncalled for and it grows into a Busty habit which hurts the game and does Use arbiter injustice There are men who could never snake successful umpires though they would do their best and it does not mean because they fait that their citizenship is the less vafablel a community or thai they leecrve Je5 respect than if ther had bei aswe ess s asluispire It takes esjeclally fifed JR w to nlpire a willItbe a stIl ctry to everybody lat to ykdyall + Ue A good Si almost Mrat JIWle iaS M Ot Ue te d the ftr fg- IVf I4 t 1n4 1LiInteresting Letter From Form er Madisonian Earle Ark May 15 1310 Editor of Climax As I have been asked repeatedly out poor old do spised misunderstood Arkansas wol111 like to tell my Madison friends some thing about it through your columns If you will look at the map of thi United States you will find the Missis sippi river breaking through the lasi spur of the Ozark Mountains in South east Missouri at Capo Girardcau and entering an alluvial valley built up pj detritus from a region extending nearly from ocean to ocean This valley is 1000 miles long but west of river ex tending from Cape Girardean to Helena Ark This tract occupies region 240 miles long by 40 miles wide containing more than 8000 square miles of rich alluvium covered until recently by the finest hardwood forest on this continent and subject to overflow Until the building of tho levee this was called St Francis Swamp now it is dignified bj the title St Francis Valley The watci has been entirely shut sin J 1U07 bj building of levees in Missouri and Arkansas 210 miles long which protect 2000000 acres of whatwas formerly called swamp land This is said to be the richest region in the United States because of soil climate and location This land was given by the United State to Missouri and Arkansas in 1850 to used to create drainage funds and was sold at from 25 cts to 100 an acre in 1SSS1890 to corporations who in the next ten years stripped it of much valuable timberand sold it to spectators at 700 an acre Three or four years ago these speculators began selling It to settlers at from 17 to 20 per acre I am almost 28 miles due west of Memphis 2 12 miles from Rock Island Road on East and 4 miles ronrlron Mountain road on Xorth 1 find tho lumber corporations hove just cut over the timber and have left hundreds of dollars worth on each tract if there were only poi table sawmills to saw it Those corporations still own thousands of acres of timber tend and will not touch timber which mills in cntucky would be only too glad to get Jut as the land is so valuable for orops md there is no present sale for timber we havp to cut down those giants of the forest to make room for salable cotton and corn In many places the ground- S covered with dense growths of cane ut as the soil is so loose and no rocks hose cane roots arc easily plowed up and gotten rid of Three miles north of ma is a I00 acre farm in cotton corn rye clover and alfalfa with stumps all out and is qual to any prairie farm I have soon in ilinoisThe run two excursions each aonlh to ihis valley and there are al rays Illinois farm rs coming down to buy All the land near me except one tract is owned by Illinois men and if they think it is such a good investment what is the matter with Madisonian itho are being filled with the wander lust seeking homes here The rainfall is abundant about 0 inches I think it is neither excessively lot nor cold the average summer tem terature is 70dcgrces the winters are saillto be about like Georgias There are numerous lakes into which one can drain land if it needs any training though there is much of this soil that just needs the timber cut to lot 1he sunshine in to make it nice and dry Because we have soil washed from theist and from the west a variety of crops can bo raised In this county Cross the average yield of corn is from 10 to 80 bushels per acre cotton 1 bale per acre alfalfa 4 to 5 tons per acre Lover 1 to 2 tons per acre timothy theme as clover rice 80 to 100 bushels per acre oats SO to 100 bushels The water is from 40 to 80 feet easily obtained as they have what is called Iriven wells and can drive one in a day I am not a land agent and in no way connected with them but as there island near mo that can be bought atom 20 to 30 per acre have endeavored to let you people know something of this almost unknown region to Kentuckians The largest town nearest me is Earle and has grown from 1800 to 2200 since November has one bank and another to open August 1st with 3000000 capitalization and everywhere in town is heard the sound of hammer and saw enlarg ing and building now buildings As everywhere else in the South the natives are slow and are letting many of their richest ripest plums fall into the hands of Northern people Four miles west of me at Parkin is an immense wheel barrow concern own en by Michigan men in fact all tho lumber plants are owned by people from other states The colored population is as large here as in Kentucky but they go better dress ed and seem more prosperous Farming pays so well that the Mill men can not find hands enough to werk full force during crop season- I enjoy Climax very much but wish you had correspondents from Nowby and KTrksvllleRcspetfully Yours C P Turner Potato Bugs Plentiful It is the opinion ot potato raisers that the bugs are more numerous this year than ever known says an exchange They seem to havebeen waiting in the around for the vines to come up and four or five are not infrequently found on one leaf They are also attacking tomato plants Paris green is being freely used to kill them It will do the work Catarrh Germs Move Out When Hyomei Moves In No stomach dosing Hyomei is made chiefly of oil of eucalyptus and oucaljv tol taken from the eucalyptus forests of inland Australia and combined with the excellent antiseptics employed In the Listerian system In inland Australia the atmosphere is so impregnated with balsam thrown out by the eucalyptus trees that germs cannot live and in consequence catarrh and consumption are unknown Breathe Hyomei and g I the same pleasant killing air as you would get in the eucalyptus forests is sold by all druggists and by lit Middeiton at a c outfitAn outfit consists ofa bottle of Hyo mel a hanl rubber pocket inh eranfi full instructions for use The Inhaler lasts lifetime but if you ne another bottle of Hyomei you cangetit at drug gists for only SOc at any tiac Guaran teed to tuteC tarrhcr up iist throat troublesor modejbACk BOOthS lIyo mel Co Baffata N MIORACIJN Indeshon14 xelM smnseholaeryour ac WcbbtgDd caree JI omia- ernoey lMpJo ed rtu Di TO LAtt r C W it LU Keeps Many ExKentuckians From Returning to Their Native Heath Tho following selfexplanatory letter will be doubly interesting inasmuch as it follows one published several weeks ago both being sent The Climax by an exKentuckian who now resides in the West Dear ClimaxI hope you have sue ceeded in organizing your CeciHoroial Club aid stirring up the town fer I want to come back there to Jiv awl there are hundreds of other KesUick ians that sire homesick too but when we return the business atmosphere is so sluggish it stifles one after the got up hustle and boost air of the West The chief exportthey have others but the chief export of the Wet is hat air and their chief import is people Every now comer soon catches the forof boosting focit is contegiou and if- youget cne or two welt defined cases there you may succeed in infecting the whole town The first thing these V s era Corn mercial Clubs do is to issue a let of cir culars and booklets describing and boosting their town and State Rat few if any other States can boast of a book of genuine literature written by a noted author To rood it would make any one proud of being a Kentuckian or long to live in such a delightful State Now it you organize a Commercial Club with a secretary that knows his business and properly advertised the advantages you undoubtedly have there will be lots of long lust brothers and prodigal sons returniugno4 to eat the husk but to help fatten and market the calves It is the ambition of nearly OWJIIThanking yen for the space you have so graciously allowed me it is a Matter so near my heart I camwt keep silent thought there is stH much I have left unsaid Enthusiastically yours Aboran Cattle Killed from Eating Clover Prank Begio a farmer residing oa East End avenue but who owns a farm two miles from Lexington on the Jacks Creak pike has lost six head of cattle in the last tow days as a result of clev er bloat says the Lexington Leader A fine milch cow and steerdied Tuesday while the others were lost several days ago His loss altogether wiH aggregate between 200 and 300 The cattle were grazing in a field where there is consid erable rod clover and so much rain he thinks falling on the clover caused it to swell after being eaten producing bloat in the cattle The last two cattle to succumb he says died shortly after eat ing of the clover An Exciting Ball Game The game opened with Molasses at the stick and Smallpox catching Cigar was in the box with plenty ot smoke Horn on first base and Fiddle on seoood base backed by Corn to the field wade it hot for Umpire Apple who was rotten Ax came to bat and chopped Cigar let Brick walk and Sawdust Sited the bases Song made a hit and Twenty made a score Cigar wont out and Bal loon started to pitch but went straight up Then Cherrytried it but was wild Old Ice kept cool in the game until he was hit by a pitched baIt then you ought toliave heard lee CreAin Cabbage had a good heed and kept quiet Grass covered Jots ef ground in the field and the crowd cheered when Spider caught the fly Bread loafed on the third and pumped Organ who played fast and put Light out la the fifth inning Wind began to blow about what ho could do Hammer began to knock and Trees began to leave The way they roasted Peanuts was a fright Knife was put out for cutting first base Lightning finished pitching the game and struck out six men In the ninth Apple told Fiddle to take hu bate Oats was shocked then Song made another hit Trombone made a slide and Meat was put on the plato There was lots of betting on the game and the score stood to 0 Door said if he had pitched the game ho would have shut thorn out Ex Song of The EditCXIHow dear to my heart is the steady subscriberWho advance without skip j plngayear- Who lays clovn his dollar and offers it gladly And casts round the office a halo of cheer if Who never says stop it I cannot affordIit IOr getting more papers each dayIthan I can road But always says send it the whole out fit likes IL In fact we regard it a business need- Exchange How to Keep Hubby Home A XiehobwriB lady has invented n look that every lady sot only here will want but all over this land as well says the Jessamine News In talking to a News reporter she said You turn this explained to woman pointing te a tiny knob inside the doer and beItyouve got to drop a coin in the slot outside The only piece of money that will fit is a live dollar gold piece The idea is my own A iock sMith down town worked out the 2BecbMQkl part it forms Every tight at 1039 1 adjust the coin attachment If my hwAmd boat after that hr it costs him 35 Uget in He stays uome evenings as a rule Cuban Club 40 cents Farm For Sale As executor of David ChenauV deC- MIIed I will sell privately the home piRee of Mr Cberauh on Irvine rAke Lhis is one of the most desirable L ila Madison PMJMV situated one mile nat of KirliiiHii The farm consists eC thirty acres kf finest blue grass soil in the eounu especially sable for tobacco IIIIame is a modern resi deuce with rig rooms hall cic anti all oecessar oiailtUnps and an a un dance of rumi water in additv 10 cisterns IM arm is also a pr ine orchard or alilllls of fruit and a ge quantityof Iicu r Anyone dcsinrgto examine 11a place anapfJto Mrs Dsivil iMialt on the prrnuses J C Chonauli II chmonl Ky or T W KIm or Exenjtr tf Lancaster K Such is Life This little gem appear in the k 1 paper at Honey Brook Pa Mister Eilaiur Jem Hangs we ao sorry to nait has dewied IIItparted tlm LifMt mumlv at the 4e- of 23 niI ih without any strug gta and 11 is ifj Tu Di w arc as pepper gmvs miluy smart M Trwe are cut IP like a coufuffilrr il the ground n kept a nur stoar which hk niiV il r waits on His vir chew WI s niI7tus to belKl1 We never new him put sand in his sugar tho he had a lr lad bar in front of his boIlS nor Lrr in his milk tt the river runs ji ist ii dore Poacc to his remains 1In es a wif children a cow 4 horsrs a grocery stone an l qoadropets to Mrn his loss but in lhe splendid lamjwijrc of the poit IHS loss is there eternal gane Kentucky Fair Dates Richmond July 30 21 it 28 MadisonviUe July IttS days Henderson J lily 96Stley Lancaster 1uy 271tls Venaillfs Auv J4 iijavs Danvillp ust3laysLe- xington AuirMt S tde7S Taylurs lJ August 9I 4nys Unioniown Auirast 9 54ays Harnnlsbur AagustO 4iys VanceliuPi sast l0dys Lawrfiiciur August 16 tjtxys Sliephrrils August 17 3 slaps llroadheail August 17a days Ewing uguct 171I1as Shelbyvilks August 3 4 daje Loadon August 3I days Erlanger Angust 244 Jay s Nichotesville August ro3 days Fern Creek August 4 Jays Hardinsburs August days ISftrbourvillp August n2 days Florence September tt slabs Monticello September 81 days Hodgenville September 13 days Falmouth September Stdays Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 16 days Some Specimens of Premiums OFFERED BY THE Madison County Fair Association July 20 21 22and 23 1910 Without Entrance or DeductionsSa- ddle Stallion Mare or Gelding Roadster Stallion Mare or Geld anyageS20000 Ieu S100 0 Harness Stallion Mare or ing any euo100 00 Foals of 1010 either sex u 100 00 Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding 3 years old or under un 100 00 Plantation Saddle horses 100 IX CHAMPIONSHIP 5 per cent to nominate 5 per cent deducted Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 500 00 200000 in liberal class premiums for Hdrses Mute and Jaokc No Entrance No Deductions Fine Music by the First Regiment Band of Louisville Just Double I C I HE N a house is newly painted it is safe to es W timate that a v Tue has been added to it which is never iesspand is rattier likely to be more than dou ble the co fciof the painlinj When you buy the paints of us the proportion of value to costis always the largest x e x a a itfTr c MIL FRYTELEPHONE MAIN TREE- Tp iOllBIB WlUIl STDREIMPROVEMENIT SAU J II Crows Into an Absolute Sacrifice Of I Inti e toc I JI I I Clothing Shoes Hats and i FURNISHINCS j Now Sold LOWER Than Ever Knownn In a few weeks the contractors take charge of our store to make it the best of its kind in this part of Kentucky Our goods must be moved no other store room can be foundand this leaves no choice but to sell These conditions force an absolute slaughter of our entire stock and prices are made below reason on everything worn by man or boy Terms Cash To All zjpjaa Great Values Ever Offered in Mens Suits jHill ji 1 I I I 2500IFor choice of all that sold for 2250 and No other clothing sold in Richmond approaches the Fit Style and Elegance of these Kenton Hand Made suits Special showing of the new soft graysthe latest colorin sizes and models to fit all men I 50 For all that sold for15r 1650 17 A great snap for the man who wants high grade clothes at a small price Mens Suits at 350 Former prices 1000 to 2000 Style has left these suits but quality remains Cheaper than Overalls to work in Sizes 34 to 38 Mens Suits at 275 Former prices 850 to 81500 Out of style summer weights coat and pants only worthsYoung Mens Suits at 195 Sizes 16 to 19 years Fine all wool quality but shop worn and out of style at 195 for choice Cheap for work suits Extraordinary Reductions on 1 e that sold for and the Mens Pants Our grades are to the best and the cheaper grades the best of All to the I 650 600 700 an at Q for for for y 495 for for for Pants50 odds and ends 250 to 500 for 100 while last I22lS37 These Prices of fine hats reduced 10 per off Other as follows 500 395 350 250 250 Low Cut Shoes Gun Metal Patent Kid and Vici of ever shape and Beacon and Banan cut to the for for for for Cut on all both and Extra specialsoft easy Plow at 100 150 I41 T==1 For all sold at and 2000 The Kenton make perfect fitting and Great assortment to choose from 1- vi 0 5Q H Choice of all 1250 14 suits are without equal price finer equal tailor made their kind cut limit 500 395 400 295 350 275 250 175 150 125 Bargain at 1 About pairs former prices choice they See on for and EXTREME REDUCTIONS ON Boys Suits and for and for for for for PANTS = = = PRICE Big Knee half 100 50c 75c 38c 25c HATSSplendid assortment cent makes 175 79cSAME Tans Leathers style WalkOver makes limit 550 435 500 395 400 325 350 prices Shoes men boys Shoes worth that 1800 fine These for for 50c for for for for Shirts 750that 1000 1100 pricedRichmond extraordinary850 900 650 750 800 550 650 475 500 395 400 295 BOYS Pants straight bottoms price greatly Stetsons 279 at extra Greatly Reduced Our Shirts are made full and roomy and tobuy125 grades 100 100 79q 50c for 39c 0 of all sold lot for BoysBargain Suits 1J5A lot of Knee Suits out of style former prices 350 and 400 now choice for 195 295Lot of high grade Knee Suits that sold for 500 to 700 choice now for 295 Fine Panama Hats 395 These were goodat5tOOnow cut to 395 comforta for for Choice RACE slightly Great Saving on C = A = S= H To All None Charged Underwear I Youll need Summer Underwear Wny not buy from us and save the difference All styles and kinds = l jc J00 garments now 79c 50c now 39c 25c now 19c 5V L Rubber Goats and Slickers Rubber Boots Neckwear and Collars Belts Suspenders Gloves Umbrellas Suit Cases Trunks and Bags all greatly reduced Great crowds will flock to this sale and we strongly urge as many as possible to come before Saturday or Court Day TERMS CASH TO A- LLCOVZNGTONANE 04 lLSIILSIl G 9GS1C G Z lG L 1L C CyC YG lsIL G C L ILSI jLV11VyTUVIVIY VY ri riirr a 1011k BIG STORE IMPRDYEMENTSAL- EGrows Into an Absolute Sacrifice Of ii ntere ticClothing Shoes Hats and FURNISHINGSNow Sold LOWER Than Ever Knownt In a few weeks the contractors take charge of our store to make it the best of its kind in this part of Kentucky Our goods must be moved no other store room can be found and this leaves no choice but to sell These conditions force an absolute slaughter of our entire stock and prices are made below reason on everything worn by man or boy Terms Cash To All ZE Great Values Ever Offered in Mens Suits 1For choice of all that sold for 2250 and 2500 No other clothing sold in Richmond approaches the Fit Style and Elegance of these Kenton Hand Made suits Special showing of the new soft graysthe latest colorins- izes and models to fit all men G r 11 50 I For all that sold for 15 1650 17 A great snap for the man who wants high grade clothes at a small price Mens Suits at 350 Former prices 1000 to 2000 Style has left these suits but quality remains i Cheaper than Overalls to work in Sizes 34 to 38 1 Mens Suits at 275 Former prices 850 to 81500 Out of style summer weights coat and pants only syld at a fraction of their worth YoungMens Suits at 195 i Sizes 16 to 19 years Fine all wool quality but shop kworn and out of style at 195 for choice Cheap for suits Extraordinary Reductions on 600 650 700 rwChoice of all for and These suits are an equal at the price Mens Pants Our finer grades are equal to the best tailor made and the cheaper grades the of their kind All cut to the limit for 250 for J75 150 for 125 Bargain Pants at 1 About 50 pairs odds and ends former prices 250 to 500 choice for 1 00 while they last See These Prices on ON at at for for Splendid of reduced Stetsons per Other as I 500 395 350 250 250 l 150 for 115100 79c SAME PRICES ON FINE STRAWS I Low Cut Shoes Tans Gun Metal Patent and Vici Leathers of ever shape and style Beacon WalkOver and Hanan cut to the limit 550 for 435 500 for 395 400 for 325 350 for 279 J Cut prices on all Shoes for both men and boys 4 v Extra 150s I 14i11IForall that sold atJ800and 2000 The Kenton make perfect fitting and fine Great assortment to choose from 1 IiLQ that sold 1250 14 without best 495I follows Choice all that sold for 1000 and 1100 This will prove that we sell the best low priced clothes in Richmond EXTREME REDUCTIONS Boys Suits Priced low the beginning our Boys Suits are ex traordinary values these extreme reductions 850 and 900 for 650 750 and 800 for 550 650 475 500 395 400 for 295 BOYS PANTS = = = HALE PRICE Big lot Knee Pants straight bottoms half price 100 for 50c 75c for 38c 50c for 25c HATSassortment fine hats greatly 10 cent off makes for for for 175 for Kid makes Shirts 750of IReduced mfortablewithbuy a years at these prices 125 JOQ 50c 39c Boys BargainSuits 195A lot of Knee Suits of style former prices 350 400 now choice for 195 i 295L- ot of high grade Knee Suits that sold for 500 to 700 choice now for 295 Fine Panama Hats at 395 These were extra good at 500 now cut to 395 supply grades for 100 for 79V for slightly out and Great Saving on 14CTo All None Charged Underwear IJ Youll need Summer Underwear Wny not buy froma us and save the difference All styles and kinds LOO garments now 79c 50c now 39c 25c now J9c t ff Rubber Coats and Slickers Rubber Boots Neckwear and Collars Belts Suspenders Gloves Umbrellas Suit Cases Trunks and Bags all greatly reduced Great crowds will flock to this sale and we strongly urgeas many as possible to come before Saturday or Court Day TERMS CASH TO ALL I I Iaa c L d