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The Richmond climax. (Richmond, Ky.) 1897-1914, December 21, 1910, Image 1

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Have Your
Christmas Photograph
Made Now
McGaughey the Photographer
Third Street
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The Right Way to get goodwork is
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> ne and get an uptodate paper hanger
Tramps
Who Visited Richmond In
August Met old Madison
Boy in Colorado
14st August two Globe
Trotters arrived jn Richmond
enroute from New York to
Sau Francisco where they ex
pected to turn and make the
trip back home the entire dis
tance on foot In Richmond
they were the center of several
al admiring group of pet
pIe to whom they related a
very interesting story of their
travels through Virginia
Tennessee and Kentucky
They spent sometime in Jack
son county and claimed to
have the picture of a moon
shine still
Nothing has been heard
from them until last week
when Mr James Wagers re
ceived a letter from his cousin
Mr Hume Wagers at Wray
Colorado saying that two men
giving their names as Foe
bush and Elmendorf had been
in the town and in a conver
sation with them he had
learn dthat they visited
Richmond Ky and had met
James Woods Wagers
They had an interesting
story to tell of their tramp
since leaving this city three
months ago They accept no
money buton entering a town
tell their story and if a hotel
or boarding house chooses to
give them lodging and meals
for a Clay they accept if not
they go on their journey
They said while here that in
only one town had they been
refused They were royally
treated in Richmond and told
Mr Hume Wagers that they
would always remember the
place and his obliging cousin
James W Wagers
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W P AXTER
Back Home
James Shackelford and Geo
Goodlbe who have been work
ingf Uncle Sam on the Isth
mus of Panama trying to
rush to completion the big ca
nal are at home for an indef
inate stay They Hay it is a
wonderful undertaking and
their experience is priceless
They have been enjoying good
health iu the tropics
Wonderful Mare
Edna May the champion
show mare owned by Mrs
Richard Tasker Lowndes of
Danville Will be turned out
in a few days and will not
again be entered iu the show
ring it was learned here from
Danville Wednesday She is
beenb
shown 413 times and won 407
blue ribbons and premiums
aggregating over 14000 and
at least 1500 worth of hand
some cups Edna May has
been shipped over 100000
miles to the various great
horse shows
Matt Cohen of this city
has always ridden this mare
in the show rings and his
great ability as a horseman
has been mainly responsible
for her great success among
other equine wonders in the
saddle classes
classesRemember
Remember
There are great many poor
in this section whose Christ
mas can be made unusually
happy by those who are far
more fortunate Put some
thing for the less fortunate on
your list of holiday presents
and thereby make your own
I Christmas all the more happy
Every family has need of a good re
liable liniment For sprains bruises
soreness of the muscles and rheumatic
pains there is nono better than Cham
berlains Sold by Stockton S Son dim
Base Ball
Crack Richmond Twirler Will
Go to the Southern League
Next Season
Mack Allison the former
star twirler of the Richmond
Blue Grass League team will
not go to the Memphis South
ern League team but will be
seen with the San Antonia
Texas League outfit during
the coming season Allison
had signed a contract to play
with Memphis but he was not
released by the Richmond
managemont until the draft
ing season was over and he
was drafted by San Antonia
A dispatch from Lexington
says there seems to be a pro
bability that Newport will be
in the Blue Grass Base Ball
League next season and there I
is also a possibility that Coo
ing will have a team in this
league In that event the
league willmake an eight club
circuit and the Blue Grass
League which has heretofore
been confined to Central Ken
tucky would largely increase
its importance and prestige
The management of the New
port club is anxious to buy a
franchise from one of the
present members or other
wise enter the Blue Grass
stumblingb
block for the present is Pres
ident Garry Hermann of Cin
cinnati of the National Com
mission who has refused the
request of Newport to enter
the Blue Grass League at
least at the present time
Livery Stable for Rent
A splendid brick livery stable with
41 stalls five of which are box stalls
good location on Irvine street in Rich
mond for rent for 1011 This is one of
tho best livery stands in Richmond Call
on or address
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The Wrong Way k to buy a lot of
old stock and get anybody to hang it
for you Phone
School News
The county schools will
close this week a most profit
able season and one very
gratifying to Supt John Nc
land and the county Board
At Berea the common school
runs seven months which
is the only one in the county
This will close in January
Supt Noland will wind up his
visits to the schools this week
So far only one teacher has
signified her intention of leav
ing the school room in the
county Miss Lucy Noe of
Paint Lick who has been
Pointb
school She was married a
few days ago to Mr John
Rupe of that section and her
many coworkers will join the I
Climax in wishing them a long
life of happiness Supt No1
land says that he always feels
very uneasy at the close of
the term each year when the
phone rings thinkingit is one
of his able teachers having
decided that matrimony was
ahead of the school room and
offering her or his resigna
tion
Saturday the 10th was a big
day with the teachers of the
county for they were given
two months pay and the
Christmas money will sure
come in1 handily Supt No
land received a check for
9600 The last payment is
made in January and this will
run until then Out of this
amount there are 25 colored
teachers and 79 white that
receive from 35 to 60 per
monthScarletfeverthas
Scarlet fever vhas been rag
ing in the High Point school
district and although it is but
a few days until the close the
trustees may be compelled to
shut down a week earlier
No fatalities have been re
ported as yet
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