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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, May 18, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 ric1910051801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, May 18, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. If THE RICHMOND CLIMAX I3- Gih JIj i v t YEARRICHMOND MADISON BOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 18 190 NUMBER SO l WALL PAPER I Its No Great Trick OFFICERS F C Fish Ii Cashier Terrill Asst Cashier yourhandour oats or iced The most vicious animal will become gentle when such a temptation is offered Our Hay Feed and Grain lias a flavor no stock can resist Try some of it and note how thoroughly your horse cleans Thattells Burnside Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R 1 PHONE 142 RICHMOND I GOOD PRINTING paysthe CLIMAX does THAT KIND e L Woods President W VPrcsidcnt W Kemper L DIUECTOllS I Marion Coy J ll Woods J S Burrows R G Woods It L Arnold U G Guyn W C Wynn W a Fish rflfifllfl i Kflfil taint Lick Ky CAPITAL STOCK S 1600000 SUKPLUS AXD UNDIVIDED PROFITS 1100000 DEPOSITS 10000000 YUf Banking no matter how large no matter how small Till PEOPLES INK will givojt careful attention This message applies to women and men alike Como in and see us we are always glad to see you The Safest and Most Convenient Way to do Your Business Is Through a Bank With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with with yoarsvif experience the Peoples Banks of Paint Lick Ky surds ready to serve you Your business is invited with the assurance ilint every accommodation consistent with safety and commensurate to oir balance will bo extended GIVE US A TiUAL AND WE WILL PROVE IT PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KY 11r Sri We Sell May Manton Patterns t10cEach ct F 7 he Right Way to get good work is datexAhsoluteJyPure BakiiflgfGwdeoJ t3tJ flavor s3 lOYAL BAKeRS m WDER Alasollitely Puro f How a Little Town Attracted 5000 People in One Day A merchant of Richmond gave the Climax the following notice which was taken from the Merchants Trade Jour Intl The article should be read by every business man in this cityEditorS- ehlom a day passes that The Journal does not receive communications from its read ers in various parts of the country asking lot sugges tions on How to Boost out Town and it is because we want to see every one ot our readers a real live booster for his town that we are showing the accompanying1 photo graph of Emlenton Pa a lit tie town of about 1500 You will notice that it is just an ordinary little town just a town like many of you theleamidjthe hills that may be beautiful and still not be very productive and there is no doubt that the decide guilt possession govern value particular style when decision o t The Garments For Ladies k Have youIfnot them a trial by buying a Skirt for the spring season or a WashSut at a low p thatethe market affords latest styles but at the lowest e cash prices Try a Suit at 500t Ladies and Childrens Footwear f I i fit the and styles Shoes in for ladies you name you ofa sell J are as certain Brown for children ares Buster pairt ho9fZ hofluI1l- itp5F3vau W P BAXTER people living in that part of the country are much the rest of usjust plain human beings subject to the influence inIlluences brought to bear upon us and there is little doubt that yon could arouse the peo of your community by the methods used by these busbies men to stir up an in terest in their town The Journals idea man was in Einlentou a short time ago and he said that almost every business man in the town vas free to state that the town has been irprett3T dead place before the picnic but now the business men of the town but people for miles around are awake mid interested in boostingthought- hey may not call it boosting JMie thing started by two or three of the progressive spirits of the town getting their heads together and say sementhing done to get the people interested in the town Peo pIe came to town to trade of courser but there was that feeling of indifference they were not caring very much but these business men were caresonthey called a meeting to see what could be There was little done and they called another meeting andaftergetting the business men together in this way a few times the interest began to grow and after awhile they decided to declare a holiday and upon that day the business men of the town were to close their place of business and devote the entire day to the people of all the country round about Now a lot of you fellows will say What Closedup their place of business all day Why How could they snake out of that sort of a deal We always thought here in our townthat we had to take advantage of every opportunity of getting some business out of the peo when they come to town on such an occasion But that is all right Mr Mer chant whenever you can real thoroughly appreciate the that the people about you can sometimes be touched and appealed to with something besides a cut price or a bargain you will be in a better position to handle the people about you These men of Emlenton realized that the prime thing they wanted was to get the people interested and they certainly did interest the peo ple too The town has a population of about fifteen hundred but when all the noses were counted at the Continued on Pago Wrong a anybody Retfre Go Carts Liquid VeneerI K is is Vv to b HI a 136 229 W S It O L A Post No J43 Dept III G We haven from Mr Isaac Cook of Julius A Pratt Post Kewanee Ill For quite a long time I was bothered ago I started Foley Pills and I soon Raw they were doing just as claimed I kept on taking them and now I urn tree from backache and the painful bladder misery Is tone I like Foloy Kidney Pills so well thatI have already told many of my friends and unrades about them Sold by Stockton tC Son Wool will pay cash for your wool and the best price the market will 420tf 0 we we i 7 iljiI s tI The is to buy lot o old stock and get to hang it for We We Sell j you will the the J I Ie t that the springiness of the magnified many times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this you more fully when you call Sixty Nights Free Trim 1050 and J1 Specialty Night Telephone O Commander Julius PrattI communication Commander taking Kidnev Deatherage afford A Can Now Ba Cured thing that has balllcd them is to thud some that will get to the germs and them Xemo the clean has solved this by tho germs to tho of the skjn and the germ life that causes the The whole of treat ment and cure by Xemo is in an book on the issued by the makers of Zcmo It tells how to dare at of and all of this clean that is now the for all of the skin and scalp tf 2Z2E e wz wz + at D O Eczema Disease remedy destroy external treatment ditllculty drawing surface destroying diseases method explained subject yourself Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff diseases simple remedy recognized standard treatment diseases A Smile is a pretty hard thing to when youre blue bilious and out of bine is mild yet absolutely effective all cases Price 60 cents per illI Sold bv H L Perry J R Ollice next door to Government build lug Richmond Ivy Fine Eggs Sale- I have a lot of fullblooded single comb brown leghorn eggs for sale at 81 per setting of 15 eggs or 150 for two settings 31ns Joitx RICE f215tf II D 3 Richmond Concrete nests last forever For sale by O Potts 125 Boggs Lane Kloh mond Kentucky tf For Sale My house and adjoining ball park Apply to tf A Tong Eggs Eggs Eggs We iro in the market for all tho frosh clean eggs you can us This is season for storing and we will pay you trio highest market price Gott Bros it 7F We t Each i 7ft Z Were you a Judge on the bench to as to the or innocence ofa yU would demand that all the evidence be and when in of all in the case a just The same rule should you in selecting in order that you get for the you spend Pay to the r material workmanship and drape and you have examined all the points and possess all the facts it IS easy to make a i i t h ffi asks that you give your city and at LOW quality IS considered Elite give t very in the Wash feet summer good them Blue like ple same nofonly anything ple fact Carpets toUings ugSJ Lace Ourtais f j f Best assortment have ever And careful buying are offering better qualities lower than ever 4d l before them making your j selection i B1t Trial Way you Phone Germ interesting PAPERt rOne reason why find most bed in ITEARS FOSTER MATTRESS cotton 1350 1600 2250 Oldham LackeyDav by See agroedI DrugStore VVE PLEAD 0WLJ ILTY WALL 11I luxurious Undertaking accomplish IJC PenningtonDentist For lot J bring Sell May Manton Patterns IOc presented thefacts make merchandise money attention THEHUSTLINGCASHSTOREtrial offeredm PRICES SURPRISINGLY when A gracefulnhofer bewe qShoes accomplished entertaining natural mykidneys criminal decision received shown prices before fOIU US CLOTHINGy jv Cant Be Beat f if Our Faultless Brand mens suits pure wool Scotch cassi jfvi Imeres serges and worsteds at from 1250 to 2000are something out of the ordinary All we ask is a 1001 r when a man sees he is convinced Boys suits of all kinds at all prices F IThe J E Tilt 350 Shoes for Men anyfurtherwr ilitof a good shoe The J E Tilt and Buster Brown Blue Rib ffibon shoes for boys at 250 and 3the kind that holds the real live boy If your feet hurt try ourFoolfctr IaffluItOflf j B potJI ei1 JIX 1 t iI ff Jfj t + wf ss4ff44ZUIu J UIttrfttfaof wfe MSntar1 ti I T I l The Womfllmt WJfJJifi BIy tiLed to PIease t Just send them to us for we select our goods for the faslidi ous women the ones other merchants find iIhardest to please As to our Dress Goods we have the newest diagonal weave in all colors from 89c to 1 98 per yard Our FOULARDS the choice of the seasons silks Handsome patterns and allshades fr6m89c to179peryard Beautiful Swiss Embroideries in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and LooK at our x Readymade Waists and Skirts f All styles and prices Owen VIcKeeSee Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns Tbe Richmond Climax MUSHED WEtmUT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR if PRESS and t PUBUSIERS FBICE 100 PER YEAB INADVMCE- WEDNESDAY MAY 18 1910 WITH a large and splendid halftono engraving of Senator James B McCreary and a lengthy and timely article Editor T C Underwood comes out in the Hopkinsvillo New Era of May 10 for Senator McCreary for governor Mr Underwood says that McCrearys candi dacy spells victory and the one man who can lead his party to a glorious victory and redeem the grand old Common wealth from Republican misrule is Mc Crcary All through the article Mr Underwood speaks in highest term of the sage of Richmond referring to his career both private and public and says he stands today as Democracys hope and assurance Not only the abovo named paper but many of the leading Democratic journals throughout the State are booming Senator McCreary for govenor as the man who will restore Kentucky to her prestige and preemi nence among the sisterhood of States MR Robert Friend of Irvine is being strongly urged to make the race for the emocratic nomination for Congress in the Tenth district Mr Friend was the ejector in the last Presidential campaign and spoke in many of the counties in the district lIe is a splendid speaker and a lawyer of high standing He is a clean highprincipled gentleman of the typo that makes officials who have the best interest of the people at heart Should Mr Friend decide to enter the race he will make it interesting for his opponents TUE Frankfort News is a quitter it accused the Stanford Interior Journal of GOVjernora over numerous bolts of tho News the editor is as calm as an oyster There are times however vhen silence is better than spoken words Tom Reed once said to Joo Manley God Almighty hates a quitterLex ington Herald THE Kentucky press is indeed proud of the election of one of its members Mr R W Brown to the office of vice president of the Southern Publishers Association which convened last week in Mobile Mr Brown is the managing editor for the Louisville Times and ranks high in journalism in his home city and state He is an orator of ability and all tho newspaper boys are proud of the honor bestowed upon him THE Supreme Court is called upon to decide whether or not a comet is a star A shirt manufacturer whose trade mark is a star has enjoined a rival from using a comet claiming that a comet is mere Jya star with a tail This seems to be ivery reasonable contenion in view of the fact that tboJiStar sliirts are made muchafter tho stylo of a comet TUE Climax extends hearty congratu lations to Brother William Remington of Paris who has just passed his fifty third mile stone Mr Remington is one of the best known editors in the State and is a fine gentleman of the old school whom to know is to admire May ho live to celebrate many more such occa sionsTnn name of lIon WoodsonMay of Somerset is being mentioned in connection with the race for clerk of tho Court of Appeals Mr May is one of the best known Democrats in the Eleventh dis trict and has many friends who will be glad to have him make the race Mn Fox Respass the cigar drummer has been in town several days He travels the entire State land says the boom for McCroary for Governor is Statewide Danvillo Advocate r IT is estimated that before the last preformance of the Passion Play at Oborammergau in September more than 25000 Americans will have witnessed the famous play womantoukUher itHnt flli I1U1 that It 1nw1th Ii liltMy o = Iil t Superintendents s Leave For Home After Inter esting SessionReport of Proceedings Superintendentsmal District convened in the Chapelof tho Normal School at two oclock Tues SanduskyJossamine president The Convocation united in TheeProfSuptSanduskyG Faulconer of Fayctto as secretary and then delivered a short address in abusinessgood results both to the Normal School and to the common schools He paid a ExSuperintendentCrabbe kind in making courteous and painstak lorhelptendents gSupt Sandusky then suggest ed that the various committees neces sary to conduct the meeting be elected Regensteinhencarried that the chair appoint the com SuptDW C Kozce of Carter were appointed BarkleyofKentonnominations At the suggestion of Supt appointedtoand High Schools They were to have a year to gather data Thq Commitco olMercercounty and Supt J W Rciley of Camnbell count Supt Money gave an able address upon Problems of the Past Year and was followed by a round table discussion presidedItion to those present The main ques ofEducationold debts of the subdistricts All the superintendents unanimously joined in the opinion that these debts should be paid President Crabbo then invited tho visitors to an inspection of the building and grounds Its needless mostbeautifuttory for the girls is magnificent com modious and sightly Tho writer was sadly impressed by the lack of room accommodateforced to shelter two hundred and twen differencebetweenof the thoroughbred horse with the attention he receives and the crowded and do the best you can life which the splendid boys and girls of old Kentucky schoolsfurnishedties When will the men of Ken anddemandsplendid needsitwe shall know tho reason why From PracticeSchoolswere than conducted to tho Science De DSmithThe evening exercises opened at seven thirty Tuesday evening with a MrsPiotrowska TheNormalcat number which so pleased the audi ence that they were compelled to render an encoro Dr J G Crabbe then delivered the veinWhileentiredayacts yet their hearts wero warmed anew when he tendered the president an im mense key tied with red and white rib theXormatout but the key was tho open sesame by intoinnerand home IIo ended bysaying that ho thattheyfor their education culture character and their service for the great cause of education and that in the near future ecryale t grand old state of Kentucky Ai Mr M B Hifner of Woodford askedJDrCrabbe saidthathabeenersthe andhavehadhallcompanionspresence of the great work done at the Eastern Kentucky Normal withhisnotbeTheBeautiful g rf lillfrir b i ttUgtllllltt 1iliflBJ IU l1 with his zeal in tho cause of bettor educationlIethat honesty was needed in every walk socialItforthePay but Is it right Publicwayinand Social Problems The Chapel was pupilsandseconddays oftheathomeother day given over to their entertain assembledconducted the singing of hissong Ken tucky Schools Heel called upon to inspiringaudienceSupt Richmond addressHo opened his address by urging theschool people to stand together In hopetoall pull together Otherwise we may lose that which we have already accomplished by much toil and somo wor accomplishedcan CountyUnitseveral teachers meetings held at Louis ovlingGreen SuperintendentsNormal District assembled in the Chapel andheldappointedpile certain revisions necessary to tho ofKentuckystructed to confer with the superintend NormatDistrictpersonnel of the committee was made up of the following superintendents Supt E R Jones of Franklin county Fayettecountycounty Mr W 0 Kozee of Car ofWhitley askedtoneedsThomeeting of the division board and theelection of the teachers The convoca tion voted tho minimum salary of tho Superintendent should be SlOOOTind themaximum to be set by the local board of magistrates openedwith thodeotionalprogram was a solo by that incompara StanforllThesingingThoMiss Katherine Forster of tho Department of English in the State Normal then delivered an able and interest CountyHigh literatcountrIIndhrtndled CRileythe spirit of patriotism in the humble andteaching thenreportedwere unanimously adopted lortheKentuckyDistrictresolutions First That we extend our thanks to theirgeneral forourappreciateilttention Second That wo express our heart olllcialamilyefforts previous to and their continued hospilalityluring cooporaionnal ess of tho Eastern Kentucky State Nor Third That to all those who have Convocationin desirotohighappreciationmusic furnished by various persons in andlikewise GleeClubFourth to our worthy chairman and thankslor ofthisThe committee upon nominations ro lorofficersbig year For President Supt G M Money Shelbrcouny Vice President Mrs of Rowan itRIIOrltntli i iiJt ir i jZ jtJ nc Boon buntj Bupt B R Joncsy Franklin county and Supt Nannie U Faulco tier Fayetto After t short nd dress by Prof Bootho concerning th j Jt ark Memorial 1sindttteNonnitI Glee Club favored the audience with delight ful selections Tho Convocation then adjourned to moot the following year There wore moro superintendents present thiq nnd tho meeting was the most successful over hold c rtPersonal Prof J G Crabbo spent tho week end in Frankfort Mrs A R Burnani has returned from CincinnatiMrs Scanlan is at home from an extended Eastern trip Mrs J C Georgdis quite ill at her home on East MainSt Mrs W E Richards has as her guest Miss Nancy Peed of Owingsville Miss Kathleen Poyntz is at home from a visit to Mt Sterling relatives The Cecllian Club met with Mrs B L Midde ton last Saturday afternoon Mrs L F Kash of Covington has been visiting her brother Coleman Neff Mrs Dan Tcrrill has returned from an extensive visit to Missouri relatives Miss Hester Covington visited Miss Emma Cook in Nicholasvillo last week Mrs Irvine G Ballard and daughter Frances Morton are visiting in Winches terMiss Carrie Anderson of the Normal School has been visiting at her home in LancasterMiss lss of Henderson solicitor for Oxford College Ohio was in the city last week Mrs T C Willis and Mrs J A Van Arsdall of Nicholasvillo visited hero last week Mr A B Oldham of Mt Sterling was the guest last week of his brother W D Oldham Mr Will Bybce of Somerset was a guest last week of His parents Mr and Mrs Ed Bybco Mrs n M Lackey and daughter Geneva visited Mrs Mollio Ppwoll in Nicholasvillo last week Mr Waller Bennett and children and Miss Lucia Burnam enjoyed a motor trip to Lexington Saturday Misses Bessie Turley and Sara Wagers aro at home from a little visit to Miss May Taylor of Nicholasvillo Mrs Bryon Juett returned Sunday from a delightful visit to her daughter Mrs Clarence Elmore in Covington Mrs Nannie Martyn and son Joe Jeff were called to Corbin on account of the serious illness of Mrs A D Underwood London Echo A LPigg has returned from Richmond with one of the finest saddle horses over seen in these parts Mrs James Lackey whorecently un derwent a serious operation for gallstone is now convalescing at her homo on West Main Street Mrs Thos J Phelps and Mrs J W Capcrton and daughter Miss Jamie have gone to New York from which point they will sail for an extensive European trip Mrs Wm B Smith who has been so seriously ill is reported to bo connsider ably improved which is indeed gratify ing news to the friends of this venerable woman Messsrs Hunter Peel Henry Baker IAC Drake and Mcsdamcs Vanarsdal8 and WillisoC Nicholasville woro patients of Dr Pcnnington in this city last week Mr and Mrs Eugene Walker went to Louisville Monday for a visit to Mrs Walkers mother Mrs William Wood son They were guests at a box party to see the Dramatic Clubs play Monday night at Macaulovs Theatre Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington was a guest hero last week lIe is a son of the late Prof Milton Elliott who former ly conducted a school at Kirksville and was one of the best known educators in tho State On account of her extended absence Miss Lucia Burnam who will shortly sail for Europe has resigned as a mem ber of the Board of Directors of the P IA C Infirmary Mrs Thompson Bur nam has been appointed to represent tho Presbyterian church in her place Miss Mary Carrington has concluded a visit to Dr and Mrs D H Scanlon and returned yesterday to her home in Cincinnati Miss Carrington is a Virginia girl hawing recently moved from Hamp hen City Va to Cincinnati She made many friends during her visit hero who will welcome her back Mr and Mrs Harvey Chenault enter taineclntan elegant dinner Wednesday in honor of ReV Theodore N Compton whohas been conducting tho revival at Baptist church Their guests included the pastor and wife anti the members of the official board with their wives Mrs Charles G Crookes of Danvillo is the guest of her mother Mrs Wm Crowe on Oak St Mrs Crookes was formerly Miss Jane Crowe and both site and her husband who was a professor in old Central University hero for many years have many friends who always welcome them to their old homo Mr Hamilton n Smith of Versailles Smithisfor tho L Nwith headquarters at Versailles Ho has been associated with L A division of this road almost formerlylivedthis city Mr Tutt Burnam of Richmond was a visitor in our city Tuesday Mrs visitingWAgnes and Ruth Montgomery Alma Marti and Stollii Hcndrcn Richmond Normal School wero visitors at the homo of Miss AllioHcndrcn last week Lan caster Record Mt Sterling Democrat Mr A n Oldham celebrated his birthday with a beautiful six oclock dinner at his home on Howard avenue yesterday The table was beautifully adorned with smilax pink and white carnations and in a place of honor was thin largo birthday cake topped with fortyone candles pupularineveryQldhamcouldMound City Paints may e sLn trifle more butI Stockton 8 son 24nly Thbrdughbred S C Reds Exclusively Bred f9r beauty and utility A superior winter laying tralnesb and baby chicks for ale Price reasonable CoemerrltWe41U1J I t Fr Il iTtiRI fm ID Jt 11 dOUR ONE PRICE hRiis 1 IRsi Base Ball Paris Takes Game Won Lost Pert Frankfort 7 3 700 Farisu 7 4 our RICHMOND 555 ifl Shelby villo i 0 400 Lexington 3 7 300 The Pioneers lost a pretty gamoAVed nesday to Paris The Bourbonites won the game by tho score of 6 to 1 Good mans double followed by Kaisers homo run in the sixth and Goodmans hiomti run over the right field fcncp seventh with two bases on balls netted fivo runs which could not be overcome Tho score by innings Itichimond0 00100000 1 Paris000002101 0 Struck outBy Hocsohol 5 by Mc Cormick aBlum on balls Hocschul 3 Sacrifice hits Kaiser Magee Sandman Taylor Olson Holder Stolen bases Kuhlman MoKcrnan Baird Mc Cormick Loft on bases Uiclitnond 8 Paris 6 Two base hits Goodmam Double plays Kulhman to Bar etl Magee to Scott to Barnott lilt by pitch erBy McCormick 2 Homo run Kaiser Goodman Wild pitc1iMc Paris Annexes Another Game Richmond was handed n dose of wluto wash Thursday afternoon tho boys from Paris not only prescribing the medicine but administered it with perfect prods ion Pooles twisters and six errors on the part of tho Pioneers woro tho cause of the defeat It was simply one ol those ofT days that como to nIt ball teams Each side wsis retired in one two threeorder until the sixth when with two men on bases Harriott doubled scoring both men In tho eighth inning the Bourbonitcs crossed tho plate with fourscore Tho score by innings was as folloWs RichrnondOO00OO9O00Paris Struck outDy Poole 0 by JYills 4 Sacrifice hits Holder Kuhlman Stol en bases Mageo 2 Scott 2 Twobase hits Olson Barnolt 2 Loft on bases llfchmoml 3 Paris 5 Doublo plays Kuhlman to McKcrnan Kloino to Sandman to Olson TimeOne hour and twenty minutes Pioneers Take a Game From Paris y The Pioneers broke up tho winning streak of the Paris aggregation Friday by taking the Bourbonitos into camp score 3 to 4 Pool who wrought such havoc with tho Richmond boys only a few days before wassent to the mound to repeat the performance but the Pioneers would not have it that vny and in short order sent tho erstwhile puzzler to the bench Sclionoburg taking his place The score by innings follows Itlehimond02400200OSIaris ThrcoI5aso IIisKniser Olson Two Base Hits Scott Schcneborg Bases On Balls blf Hedges 4 off Poole 1 Struck OutTly Hedges 4 Poole 1 Passed Balls Thoss 2 Hits Off Poolo 8 in 0 innings off Schonobcrg 1 In 3 Hit By Pitcher Masco While Wash Applied at LIngton According to the Lexington Herald one of the best games of tho season was played in that oily Saturday between the Colts lDlfand thoIionegrs Speak log 6f the highclass of ball played tha Herald says Richmond was as good as the Colts but not quito so stonily for asingloinstantand that was enough to loso the game for them Only two Richmond men reached second and nobodygotto third Besides tho Cult that scored only one got as farvis second but he reached third where hq died Tha score v 12i456780TLe- xington Ol 000 QOt xIJ1clunnd0O0000000Earned base nitsSlyers Stolen Rises Chap man peobaclv Whittal or Slrujk Out By Ashby 3 Knox 8 Left bit Bascsi Lexington 3 Richmand 5 Gall began at 335 Time nohourllld twenty minutes Perlerm The C JCfHlIn Jr Y lag Stunt TThe Pionccrsrolurnod thQjpompliment Sunday and gaVe Lexington TJoJts a cOO tingthattthe mound forjIUcbmond and Robbins did the twirling for iho colts Speaking of Wills thcc Herald says The white QnltllfC114 JI tBiUlti WI jl M HU Jr tlr l JU 4 y t 1Z u y were doubles by Meyers and Robbins and the third a single by Chapman but two came when the third man was needed to be retired and not once did Wills have difficulty with the third on- eRichmondl 0000000 0I Lexington0000000000Twobase Base on Balls Off Wills 3 off Robbins Stolen Bases Thoss Struck Out By Wills 4 by Robbins 4 Left on 1ktosLoxington 5 Richmond 5 Sacrifice Hu Malonoy Whittaker Kline Viox Double PlaysOlson Baird Sandman Wild PitchesRob bins 1 First on Errors Richmond 3 lilt by Pitcher Sheets Timo 120 UmpireWilkcrson The Lawmakers will arrive today for a couple of games at Pioneer Park The Frankfort boys have been playing splen did ball having lost only three games this season and a hard fight will be mado by tho Pioneers to take thcnuinto camp this afternoon Go out and root for your homo team The Road Hog About as good a way to study human naturo is when you are driving on the public road If a man is willing fo ob servo the laws and courtesies of the road lie will duly give his share of it when meeting another anti shows ho is willing to do tho gentlemanly thing about it Cut when you moot one who takes every advantage of those he meets and holds the road for his own selfish self often to the great discomfort of those ho meets or ho will not allow them to pass we aro almost sure to think of pork in con llection with such drivers of teams Aviation Meet for Louisville The people of Kentucky at last are to havo an opportunity to see aeroplanes in flight with real bird men soaring high in tho air and executing difficult and in leresting evolutions with no other sus taining power than tao planes and motors Thin Louisville Times has announced that great aviation meet is to be hold in Louisville on June 18 and 19 at Churchill Downs under the auspices of that paper at which some of tho worlds most noted aviators will be seen with their wonderful aircraft Most prominent among these will be Glenn H Cur liss whose daring achievements both hero and abroad have stamped him as a peerless bird man Such others as Charles F Willard Charles K Hamil ton Horace F Wild Bud Mars and C Iv Bates will also be in the contests for tho supremacy of tho air The comparatively recent advancement in the science of aviation has been such as to startle the entire world and the daily accounts of broken records show that there aro still great possibil ties for unheard of adventures by the sky pilots That records maybe broken at tho Louisville meet is extremely likely ifrom the fact that exports have declared the Churchill Downs course an ideal place for such meets and again for the reason that unusually fortunate dates havo been secured Weather reports for years past show that tim veloci ty of the wind for tile last half of June IS the slowest of any time in the year in Kentucky lOll of course this is conducive to the the easy handling of the great machines Ins expected that low rates will be secured on all railroads leading into Louisville Jor tjieso two days and it is expected that recordbreaking crowds will flouk to the historic race course where heretofore tho Kentucky thor oughbred has held undisputed sway Dont wait until your house burns to think about insurance See Dan H Brock tf ofthe Divorce Trying to succeed in business without advertising is like the case of the man who trying to cut expenses divorced his wile and atone attempted to keep house and raise his children It cost him more money for doctor bills and funeral ex WhenadfertiiltKisdivorced cess becomes failure This paper fa building your neighbors business He has reasons He tried advertising and it helped him It is not paperbringsconvincing results defer it it w C 2JcxlO H=f ===1 The Business Man is known by the Clothes he wears The they fit the more the air of success Get Measured for a Nice Business Suit Made to your Measure by B Stern Sons Custom Tailors New York Rice APFIO I IftiTRY LAUNDRY HOUSE fihCj Wednesdays fj- Willolester1 hourimd Schcnebergri UmpiroShaw- Pl8Mers Speaking Evil gaehis better illT1 it Democratic Ticket Fort CONGRESS HON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln Count- yDissolution Notice Notice 4 hereby given that the firm of Stapp Estes of Newby has by mutual consent been dissolved Stapp Estes 518 4t By A D Estes L G Botkin Paris Ky say My wife gave her turkeys Bourbon Poultry Cure when they were dying and it cured them It is the best remedy for fowls wo have ever used Sold by Perrys drug store For Small Favors The editor of the Missouri Republi can prints the following from an appre ciativo subscriber Please send me a few copies of the paper which had the obituary and verses about the death of my child a week ago Also publish the inclosed clipping about my nieces marriage And I wish you would mention it in your local columns if it dont cost anything that I have a couple of bull calves to sell Send me a couple of extra copies of the paper this week As my subscription is out please stop my paper Times are too hard to waste money on a newspaper Boyle County Woman Suffers Strange Malady Miss Amanda Boil Taylor daughter of Henry Taylor of the west end of Boyle county is in the clutches of a sleeping disease which she cannot resist and with which physicians are unable to cope She sleeps continually except for n few hours each morning when she takes nourishment While asleep her body becomes perfectly rigid and at times she appears to be awake her eyes opening yet she is insensible to what is going on around her A Bill The Paper Must Pay Every line in a newspaper costs the proprietor something If the grocer were asked to contribute groceries to one abundantly able to ray for them he would refuse The proprietors of a newspaper must pay for the free adver tising if the beneficiary does not and yet it is ono of the hardest things to be learned by many that a newspaper has space in its columns to rent and must rent to live To give away rent for any things less than living rates is as fatal to newspaper as for a landlord to furnish rent freoEx- Right to Change- A curious case was decided last week by the Court of Appeals In a case be fore a magistrate the squire announced from the bench that he would decide in favor of the plaintiff Later and after he had left the bench he decided for the defendant and so entered his decision on his book The plaintiff brought suit to force tho squire to stick to his origi nal opinion but the Court of Appeals decided ho had a perfect right to change his opinion and that no judgment is final till after it is entered in the judg ment book and signed by the judge or magistrate Eight Setsof Ball Bearings Automatic Lift I For Sale Ono of the best farms in Madison county containing 212 acres situated 10 miles east of Richmond For full par ticulars write or see Miss Pauline lIar ris Dreyfus Ky or Wm S Broaddus Oldlmm Bldg tf Richmond Ky Shelbyvillo will vote on the bowl issue for a now court house in the fall election Notice to Creditors Noah Bolins Admr Plaintiff VS NOTICE Noah Bolins hrs and crdtrs DefdUi All persons having claims against the estate of Noah Uolin aro hereby notiflod to present same to mo properly verified on or before July 1st 1010 or sumo will be barred Given under my hind this May 14 1910 H C RICE M C M C lzy3ifLRoMTbTt M COOK WITH GAS CHEAPEST SAFEST CLEANEST QUICKEST WAY- Richmond vater Light CoI- ncorporated Estray A black and Un fetter dog resp to name of UI WH0K Jfot seen n wearing collar wilft name plate and Lei L senteliM oa pMo Kei u n tf IiP Evan Why They Were There- A Colorado editor wanted toannciui thatehurch attendants on the follon Sabbath would be jiormittod to insp UM most bmatiful stained glass dows ift the west The printer mtt read The most beautiful grass wid and before the singing ot the first h the nest Sunday the sexton found necessary to bang out th ttaodin r flIonly sign An entire family ooMbttag of I band wife three chiUnn awl ih grandmo4her were burned to death their home at Faribauft M ImetIota Notice to Creditors- All persons having cliiitus against estate of Jason Taken Taylor ceased lire requested to file sam pf1 orly proven as required by law on r on July iU 1910 or same will be ban SOIAS TAYIH- KAdministrit d7 Il1J jO Natural and Colored If its a floor or a door cither i inside or out a boat a canoe or your piazza steps theres a KYANIZE FINISH FOR IT moneybackTryKyazilzesausry Henry L Perry Richmond Kentucky Exact Weight Correctly Figured is guaranteed when you buy meats it this market No slapping the meat iii anti olf Ule scale buforo you can see how much it weighs No figuring the prien so that you get the worst of if every time Try marketing here Youll liko our methods antI you are buund to liko our in cuts also C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET THLI PHONE 12i THE FREE I I The Best o= AH Combined in One Complete tr t- Light Runnifig Vibrating Shuttle Rotoscillo Movement Automatic Tension d The recent invention of the wonderful v j I Rotpscillo Movernient r has madeit possible to use the old fashioned shuttle in a rot rY i ipg rothIchbbbinmachineit IS what you want V LUMANANDJGGINof it d 1t7 ciIe rlj 1tz I J L = j J3OII yJiI Telephone 2S2 We willon Oct 1st 11 0 give away one full t100IegitimteitI i evey1Qwortna OctIline a discount below the customary prices This Ioffer will save you money when you call in and make you explajRead Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars Back Bands BridalsIDrive Harness SsIetc Columbus BScgies Bupglijs IItL A Buggies Kauffman Buggies I Post Buggies and all medium Buggies Break Carts Road Wagons and Surreys Rubber tier the best put on quick and reasonable Fit class Horse Shoeing the best Buggy trimmer High Class Painting your Binders and mowers quickly rp rTJflirodi Blacksmllhing complete any jobfm wood neatly repaired and also havoHhe finest mechanics Send in your Vehicle for Painting and Repairs Early Lackey Colyer Smart Clothes For Ladies and Misses J will be found inLi Mrs JM Iiarlowst Readytowear Parlor IinBuilding with Mr F J Yeagers Jewelry Store 218 West Main Street Come iawil1 be glad to show you my now line of Ladies Readytowear in the Latest Styles and Materials When you get my prices they will surprise you and youll como back again Spring Planting Time has now arrived and you should not delay planting an order for a Stylish Spring Suit at Marischens Tailoring Establishment Our Made to Order Garmentsa- ro always remarkably distinctive ow ing to tho care and skill wo use in cut ting and fitting Qeo MarischenOver Sextons Shoo Store We do Cleaning and Pressing Tele 173 Something New In My Line For You I have made preparations by putting in the necessary equipment to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimming I have made this addition believing our many customers would appreci ate our efforts to take care of all needed repairs for vehicles Bring your carriage buggy or wagon and have it repaired painted and trimmed and made good as new If you need new Rubber Tires on your old vehicle a perfect job is guaranteed at his shop All work guaranteed both as to workmanship and prices James A Moores Prince Arion i Two Year Old Record 05 day training 227 rf TnjtE5EAU Ow Tnui i l 1 219 vSired by the Great Anon 4 f 207 14 Soldat a 4ycarold for i2500000 SwilliMake the Season of 1010 at my Stable tt7 Corner of First nd Vat r Streets f AT ii i J15 to Insure Uving Colt RobL Walker r Rkhmond t Kentuckyi r f IOlJie James will make tIe season of 1010 at ilia Mobctly Forest Grove Farm within the city limits at 10 to Insure a Living Colt 25 to Insure Jack Colt and Jennet Colt same as Mule Colt OLLIE JAMES is jv black jack with white points 10 hands high extra bono1 and muscle foot and weight lie is sired by tho U P McCord jack First dam Shelby Irvine 2nd dam Blacktfood At the same time and place I wills my good stallion Brilliant Djtat 15 to Insure Brilliant D is a Percheron c 1tcolor yc1u1orsin the Brilliant blood Care taken to prevent accidents and escapes but not responsible should any occur Lien retained on colt until ser vice feo is naid dayMring the sbc week days to attend to all business 1 E Deatherage RICHMOND KY adieSteam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St Ring 52 13tf Comforting Words Many a Richmond Household Will Fine Them So badbacknrtlisenougllgrateful To tell how t his great ebanjie Omfortinrenderslh experienceremedyand khlnevtronbleseverely and I had a soreness across my kidneys that made it hard for me to get around I also had a great deal of trouble irom my bladder the kidney secretions bein2 too frequent pass ago at times while at others ihero was Kil1l1erPiIlstion and began their use They help ed me from the first and I continued taking thtm until I was cured ctsFosterMihhiurn StasesRemembertake no other mliu For Sale Barred Plymothrockarid Leghorn eggs for sale 100 per sotting of 15 eggs Al so African gooso eggs OOc a piece I can spare two or threo pairs of geese Mits CLAm RIcE 9mlf It 1 3 Itiolimond Mound City Paints maycost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Home Rem fedy If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and bo permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for drugisthascustomers to know that it is recom mended for Eczema Blackheads Pim pies Dandruff Tclterand other diseases of the skin and scalp Zomo has made somo remarkable cures rend with each purchase of Zemo Mr Perry will give you a booklet oruskin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and bo cured in your own homo without an inconven ience or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation tf Wanted Timber A reliable party lo furnish 500 or more cords of Lin Poplar Cottonwood and Buckeye bolts 4 inches and over in diameter 54 inches long Kicked at any shipping poin- tJonxsosSsrrni EXCELSIOR 0- 2t IXDIAXlTOLlSf ISO Thoroughbred S C Rids Exclusively suporiorrnterfor sale Price reasonable Mrs It D Coomer Phono WacoSS Speedwell Ky P2mo A Happy Father is soon turned to a sad one ii he has to walk the floor evey night wi h a crying baby tflcGees Baby Elixir will make child welsooth its nerves induce healthy normal slumber Best for disordered sour stoinach all teething babies need it Pleasant to take sure and safe contains no harmful riigp Price y f o 50 cent per bottle Sold H Jj Perry Cr t J8 i i PR1NCE ARION- r t2yaohIItec9fd227 G5 days tnilhg 1 Trial 3yearpld 2ia V Uo is 5ycirsold bountiful mahogany byst1r anti two white feet standsV13 hands high good foot arid bcne faa head jand earthe finish of a saddle horse Perfect disposition A lady can drive him and I dont think anybodys horse can get away from him on the road J f ty Moisydue when fact is ascor ined or N1= r m re parted with Lien rptafnbdpnjcolt f V for service fee Not rosponsiblo foraccl lestsoreacap s itcjiT WALKJR t h ito J ltI i r K 1 fiiW J t J f LJ t saf 4 jvi fe O fsJdZ it IJCc C c a inP D a rbe RichmondClilllax rWUVMM MIl rrCMMNRv tn THE CtlMAX PRINTING CO lincorporated A D MILLER EDITOK Mambr PRESS pd PUBUSIERS UAGUE ICE f100 ERYEll is ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAY 18 1010 Or Practical Use The interest and faith in thework which the colleges of agriculture are doing in many states have grown tremendously during the last few years said President James of Illinois University and the practical value of this kind of education has been demonstrated beyond question The feeling has spread among the people that this is a field of work in which the public schools shouldshare nd today agriculture being in some tho schools of all gradesI below the college in nearly every state Illinois from the first has taken the posi tion that agriculture is a study which should be taught in the high schools and this will result in great mutual benefit to both the schools and to agriculture A Living Skeleton vhasiii something in your stomach that eats all you take as nourishment Nine maybeVermifuJeitthe baby Price 25 cents Sold by Il- L Perry The Need of Intensive Farm ingcNew York and New Eng land are taking steps to im prove their agricultural con ditions and curiously enough the leadership in the move ment is taken by railroad presidents and merchants The other day a meeting was held at the Prod uce Exchange permaIgospel of intelligent inten sive farming Among the able addresses delivered the most striking was that of President Brown of the New York Central He gave South American and Canadian statistics pointing to the moral that ve surren dered ourplace as the firstof the foodexporting nations that food production has not kept pace with consumption and that iua few years we shall be compelled to import grain It seems that we have inthe country about 10 000000 acres of practically aban doned farm land while the land that is cultivated is bled here and merely scratched there Foley Kiiuluiy Pills contains in concentrated foim ingredients of establishments ol therapeutic value for the relief and cure of all kidney and bladder ailments Foley Kideny Pills are antiseptic tonic nnil restorative Iud a prompt corrective of all nnnary irregularities S sid by Stockton Son O The Bachelors Excuse Why dont you marry asked the mincingspinister Why dont I marry re peated the confirmed bache lor Hercs why A short time ago I went to a sale There was a tremendous crush and one had to shovel like blazes to get to a coun ter and shout like fury to at tract attention Well in the course of my perambulations accidentally stepped On the hem ofa ladys dress and nearly tripped her up She turned quickly round and the scowl upon her face would have made a more timid man bolt She was evi dently about to address some fierce remark to mc Then a change suddenly came over her face Oh I beg your pardon she said sweetly I thought it was my husband Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years No appetite and whatldid eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Bitteis cured ineMJ II Walker Sun bury Ohio Bo careful when you ship sheep or Jambs to the markets outside the State to see that they are not affected with scabbies The Federal au thorities are watching ship ments closely and indictments are being retui ned in the Federal courts against persons shipping sheep affected with scabbies Doat leUbe baby Bnlfur roes eczema gores or uy itchinpof theskin DQWS OiBtuyMt giY1neIant relesf earn n olclsJl1IuJefilv filMefeik B All r lt a v New New New- Ihave just opened a large and handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Papei in the Schlegol building on Third street and cordiall invites ran in spection of same Wo arc prepared to do f FIRSTCLASS PAPER HANGING on shortest notice and in the best manner Will appreciate a call Remember this paper is in stock and can be done promptly f Wo lLoLlBElJSt House Painting Decorating 9 Etc Where is Your HairIn your comb Why so Is not the head amuch better place font Better keep what is left HairVigor hairThereabout it We speak very posi tively about this for we know Doa not change the color of the hair rA Formula witS each bam1 vers Show it to your doctor IAk htm about It then do aa he aaya ou in crhe ibisIt stops falling hair Then it goes one step lunherit aids nature in healthynditionllilo by the J Ayer Co Lowell Musi To Merchants People are willing to pay fair prices for goods well ad- ertised They think such goods are worth the price chargedWinners of close races are those who hold on a little longer than they think they can Quitters always come in at the tail end When your competitor cuts down his advertising space increase the size of yours In what year was President McKinley shot If you int remember that how do you expect the people in T6ur city to remember that you sell a certain line of goods which you advertised once or twice several years ago It never pays to sell a man what he does not want The next time he will be liable to- go to some other store to get what he does want Favors are soon forgotten but little impositions make lasting impressions on most mens mindsYour competitor cannot harm you unless you let him As much energy as yoii spend in watching his busi nessjust so much the less will you have for pushing your own Your hardest competitor is in a sense of the word your best friend He is helping todraw the publics attention to the sort of goods you are trying to sell If you play your own game in your own way you will have about as merry a little bunch of workas you can manage Brains Constipation causes headache naurea dizziness languor heart palpitation Drastic physics Riipe sicien weaken the bowelsaud dont cure Doans Re sulels acts gently and cures constipation 25 cents Ask your druggist With Potatoes and Corn Bourbon County Farmer Fat tens his Hogs Experimenting in the line of feeding and fattening hogs for market Mr Ben F Buck ley a prominent farmer liv ing west of Paris has been unusually successful and recently sold a bunch of hogs that kicked the beam at an average of 22o pounds per head that took on weight as last in winter time as could be obtained when feeding hogs in summerMr feeds largel of Irish potatoes and was for tunate in having produced last season nearly a thousand bushels of fine tubers whicie he fed his hogs Ifwinterone bushel of potatoes to two bushels of corn The potatoes are cooked ii p I four large fortygallon iron kettles and when thoroughly done are mellow and easily unite with the corn which is ground arid cooked the corn bination being given the pork- ersin the form of a slop to which is added any surplus milk that might beon hand ina leflogstill they are unable to take on any more and if young make rapid growth and if aged fatten quickly Mr Buckley is of the opinion that this com bination of food thoroughly ookedand fed in troughs can be made to pay regardless of the price of either provided there is no unusual scarc ty of either A Great Work Major Robert S Bullock of the Fayette National Bank Lexington has been treasurer of the Soul Winners Highland Missions for twelve yeats He has just made his report of the finances for the pastyear He received 1399048 and paid out 1328493 to over seventy mission teachers and preachers who labored exclusively in the mountains of Kentucky Tennessee North Carolina and Virginia During the year the Soul Winners built a domitory for forty boys at its Highland Orphans Home at Clay City also a large acadmy at Canyon Falls Lee County Kentucky a large substantial chapel and school house in the Great Smoky Mountains in Tenn and other improvements atits many mission points These seventy Evangelists held 3800 Gospelservices taught 115 Sabbath Schools with 4860 pupils had 700 con fessions of faith distributed over 270 copies of Scriptures and over 30 thousand tracts andreligiouspapers100boxesof ten thousand visits to the homes of the Highlanders Not a collection was taken in any church and every Evangelist was paid at the end of every month God sent the money from almost every country in the world as far as China and the Sandwich Is lands During these twelve years it has built over fifty churchesand school housesin eluding three colleges in the remote mountains where there were none before It has always received the generous assistance of the press the Bible Soceity etc arid the prayers and gifs of a multitude of Gods mostliber al children Like the Bible Society and Y M C A it is Evangelicaland undenominat- ional It numbers among its workers ministers and mem bers of every branch of the church It is most economical ly administered employing those who labor for Gods glory and the salvation of our own countrymen and ask only a bare support The officers of the Society are Rev Dr Edward 0 Guer rant Wilmore Ky president James Robert Alexander Wilmore Ky secretary Robert S Bullock Lexington Ky treasurer and Rev Harvey S Murdoch Buck horn Ky field secretary JEttsolicits the aid of all who love Godand their neighbors Estray A goose came to my place some weeks ago and has since been cared for by un dersigned Owner please call and get same Joe Bush Linden StCity tf Watch Our Watches arid youll find thorn keeping time to the second They are like all our jew elry reliable And they are also like par Rings Brooches and other ornmentsla being as iioder 1tin price06 good quality will permit WJieft04t waR Jewelry we M good pifopio t9Iewber ItlrFej YE4Rlh n 1L ae 0 i Coughs and Colds Catarrh Croup and Sore byHyomeiI intireIlyomei r V kcatarrhcome in two minutes Breathe Hyomci and that stomach vill4uioklyBreathe Hyomei and kill the catarrh germs heal the inflamed membrane stop the discharge of mucus nnd pre noseBreathocontemptible taithtultrialyou can have your money back w everyheremond Ky A complete outfit cost but inllaerof Hyomei and full i IMIaOaNA Cures Indigestion 3ch tabletsNo Drinking on Trains A law passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor makes it a misdemeanor for any one to take a drink on a passenger train and tIne conductor is given police authority to arrest the offender and turn him over to the w a throughhicheffect after the constitutional limit of ninety days after its passage This is one enactment that goes on the credit side of tho Legislative ledger and it is a pity it doesnt become operative at once says tho Lexington Herald Tho emergency clause is often attached to bills not near so important The drinking of liquor leads to nearly all tine rowdyism on trains and when a law makes it an offense ladies and other greaterdegreeitions when drunken men in some parts of the State are liable to let loose their batteries and scare those to death that they do not kill TIring your wool to Elmer Dcathcrago and get tIne highest market price in c ash420tiDan II Brcck life fire and accident insurance U The wife of Marion Halla gaveirthday two boys and a girl making a total of sixteen children born to a mother who is only 40 years old There are two sets of twins Dr C H Mainhart Graduate Veterinary l liege 01 Cblla o il- lVeterinary Surgeon Office at J It Azbills Stable Office Phone 99 Res Phone 032 f Richmond Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telepison 267 Office in Oldham Building rO D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Huron Den- nyDENTIST Over state Dank Trust Company TKLEPHONK 298 A S1TLLJVAN-r ATTOBSK YATLA rflSHMOND KENTUCKY fflce over State Bank Trust Co op josite Court House on Main Street Harry M Blanton c DENTIST rOfflcelo BennottBuidln ijtnly TEL PHONE 1M For Sale Privately two store houses one cc cupied by Taylor OMhnra Hardware the other known as this Racket Store both on Main St J Eo Greanlenf tt Executor Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farmlands on Morteatre Apply to J C Chonaolt Attv Richmond Ky James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or anv thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if services are needed F 1 MO A f KSi BACK a lot of motley THERES this vicinity of thatmoney read this paper they swear by it They want to be shown If your goods are right they wa t1o puyThis piper talks to that Deyat regular intervals Its money that talks back aootalkSbtKk- sbOIICG your steFfrdfej yave talking though 4MIw i Y rtisiD columM a tJIfI pp au pp sS t I f I Good Things to EatI I I Thats all we carry Whether Its a I staple like sugar or a fancy table deli flcicy like Imported and a quality absolutely Every product that dependableIproved namlnationI sbel1estI our high t Standard of quality I One of recent I anforeprentatoninrmejs contestIELECTA COFFEEI1 a smooth and dainty blend of selected highland grown beans the aarltefs choicest The Slecta process of slowcooking and the genuine flavor and improves it CoaeeI rtit with anr you ever drank I tCompare like the rousinsr Savor axcme I Tate and S oJn I Telephone 35 tp sse p p ppp p ese We Call Your Attention to the Celebrated hoosier Corn Planter The Genuine Brown and New Weste- rnCULTIVATORS Double Shovel and Drag Harrows the very best goods and in a class almost to themselves Come and see us before making a purchase it will be to your interest Taylor Oldham Dealers in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street right makes Silver Catalog Bldg good mado and under J Brand 1 popular blend and salted and a fine and healthful Bills With a check cash Then you will have a your pay mont a receipt as Checks Companytas gold You secure a book opening there avoid lots and dignify business usej HERSCHEDE GIFT BOOK IT is a vexing matter to decide upon the gift for Wedding Birth day Anniversary Yuletide Etc The illustrated Herschede Gift Book the choice a real pleasure It displays the most elaborate andexclusive selections the MiddleWest Diamond Set Jewelry Sterling Gold Jewelry Sheffield Plate Hall Clocks Etc Our Correspondence Department offers prompt and exact service Tho Gift Book will mailed on request Herschede ClocksSeIectona annt to tlose uatubularWbittinton sal Wrtxninstvr Chimuoa am on request Cincinnati references SILVERSMITHS JEWELERS GOLDSMITHS The Frank Herschede Co Hertcbede St East CINCINNATI OHIO 0 torall tine things to eat that aro J sold tho Beech- Nut probably Peanut Butter is the most Amalte of tho finest of Spanish Virginia t peanuts roasted and ground into smooth butter dc tt Better Order a Trial Jar of Peanut J Butter t Pay Your instead of both record of and well on State Bank Trust are good can of them by an account You of trouble your by their in of be Hall Fourth licious SEWELL McKINNEY q Representative of the National Cooperative v Rcaitompany tI H J fl1 HIGGINS 258 E Main Street Richmond Ky I have opened my Real Estate office and will Ibe glad to recetvyour list of For Sale 01 Rent Property City Prop lY1lt 4t E TEg Il 3 w Many Women who arer SpleldidCooks dread having to prepare an elab orate dinner because they are not sufficiently strong to stand over an intensely hot coalrange This is especially true in summer Every woman takes pride in the table she sets but often it is done at tremen dous cost to her own vitality through the weakening effect of cooking on a coal range in a hot kitchen It is no longer necessary to wear yourself out preparing a fine dinner Even in the beat of summer you can cook a large dinner without being worn out J NewPerf efioltrs4 JBJLU E 1FTAPIE Jt Oil CookstoveGifts no outside heat no smell no smoke it will cook the biggest dinner trlthout heating the kitchen or the cook It is immediately lighted and immedi ately extinguished It can be changed from a slow to a quick fire by turning a handle Theres no drudgery connected with it no coal to carry no wood to chop You dont have to wait fifteen or twenty minutes till its fire gets going Apply a light audits ready By simply turning the wick up ordown you get a slow or an intense heat on the bottom of the pot pan kettle or oven and nowhere else It has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot drop shelves for coffee teapot or saucepan and even a rack for towels It saves time worry health and temper It does all a woman needs and more than she expects Made with 12 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner sizes can be had with or without Cabinet Erer dealer CTerrirbere It not at yonn write for DtserlpUre Circular to the Dearett Ktncj of the Standard Oil Company Incorporated TilE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING Of course you want the best results To in sure success b- uySEEDS from us We have every variety of the best brands all fresh new and dean You cant be too particular in selecting seed Come to us and you will make no mistake JAMES B PARKECASII STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET All the Ne- wCreationsIn fine Dry Goods Notions etc are now on display 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 In euery sale we guarantee perfect satisfaction In every particular We are very anxious for you to see these goods and extend a cordial invitation to come to our store and let us prove our assertion that goodsDrought N V WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc Ballards HOW Liniment Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Old Sores Wounds Sprains Bruises etc Give it a Trial and be Convinced Three Sizes Price 25 SOc and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ProprietorST Sold and FSecommondocl b- HL PERRY qO SEE OUR Silk Dresses andr 1Jp r Waists Childrens Sock and Hose AT A PRICE Choice otthe CB Corsets at 50 cents- wOrth1I to- 3JBWalker Fitting by Mrs Moore the best UE1dstreet Ricl1mcndly 1I IThe most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather is Riccis Ice Cream P RLORI y Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily I Meals served any hour day or night 0 Dont get the idea into yom mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building Material illIiIjtIIIIIIIIIIIiIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIlIJlIIIcne in and let us convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will endand your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephonic 425Near L A Depot l l l George Englishl l PLUMBING r lDoctorfor I Gas and Gasoline Engines i ij Agents for jfor1210 E Main Street Phone 69 1 1RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 NEW WAll PAPERSO- urnow goods aro all in and wo have the cream of ten of tho best factories including Permanent Solid Colors Duplex and Oat Meals In nmlinshowing you tho largest selection to bo soon this sido of tho cities and all at prices that will please you All Regular Borders Same Price as Papers We employ none but the best paper hangers and wo hang your paper at 10 Cents per Roll Walls Borders and Ceilings all the Same Price We Are HeadquartersF- or GlasshousePaint White Lead Linseed Oil Varnish Brushes Etc Philip L Willging 213 W Main Street next door cast of Madison National Bank Local Distributors of THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINTS Worn Women needtonica ofCarduiweaknesses of women Thousands of women have greatbenefituse this reliable ofttried medicine TAKE CARDUIJ The Womans Tonic Mrs Rena Hare of Pierce Pla tried Cardui and afterward hadpainI suffered for years until my husband insisted on ray tryingCardul The first bottle gave me relief and now I am almost welL Try Cardui Twill help you AT ALL DRUG STORES MOTHERS naiIe Baby WindoTHIS WEEK The Schle el Studio McGaughey Moberjey ARE y OUr Interested in Lumber Lath 5hin les Doors JSqSc If so see l f t oddEdwards lumberCo PMlOO Lfti mlMX t 4 4 u l I- JWTripL IndestructibleIThe clear full brilliant tone of Columbia Indestructible j Cylinder Records is the best reason for their grow J4 ing popularity t But its a fine thing to know they cantbrcak no j matter how careless you may be and that they will never wear out no matter how times play them 35cents Call for a catalogtA splendid repertoire to choose from and we are adding to it right along James A Parke First Street Richmond Ky Sidelights on Saloons One reader of The Commoner has discontinued his subscription because of edi torials which have appeared discussing the question In discontinuing this former reader of The Commoner says that he is a saloon keeper that he is engaged in a legiti mate business and that he does not care to read a paper which attacks his occupation The Commoner is sorry to lose this subscriber and its editor does not know to what extent the editorials have described the business methods of the alienated reader It may eas ily be admitted that there are saloon keepers who respect the lawand honestly endeavor to conduct their business in such a way as to reduce the evils of drink tea minimum and the lost subscriber may be one of them buta business must be judged by its general character and by the conduct of the average man engaged in it not by exceptional cases The general character of the saloon is bad and it has grown worse since the application of trust methods to it The average saloon is the most disreputable place in the community it is a bureau of information on vice it is the first place one would enter to inquire for a gambling hall or for a disorderly house It is likewise the first place visited bythe officers of the law when they are looking foracriminal and the first place closed in case of riot or disturbance Those who defend the open saloon do it on the ground of that it is a necessaiy evil and that the use of liquor can be better regulated by license than by prohibition it is never defended on the ground that the saloon isa center of morals educational instuti na social asset or even an economic advantage It ought not to be neces sary to advance argument oV to adduce facts in support of the proposition that one e gag ed in the liquor business ought not to expect praisebut should be satisfied with toler ation A sidelight however is thrown on the business by the newly elected mayor of Millwaukee Millwaulcee can hardly bo called a puritanical city at least it is not fanatical on the temperance question It has not yet prosecuted the brewer who claims he has made the city famous Its mayor a socialist gives to the saloon question a prominent r place in his message He says The question of the saloon- S one that has been and is extensively agitated In our eIty the sajoon is regulated under the license system The saloon keeper who con ducts a clean and respectable place should be protected No trickery to entice him into traps should be condoned While the law prohibits the sal pf intoxicants to minors- andTFiis1aw should be enforc edj at the same time it should bdmade a misdemeanor for any one to induce a minor to obtain liquor under false pretenses Certainly the mayor is liberal enough is he not Hedoes not favor persecut ionsothe headlines declare saysOt1other saiiofliceUie to sell liqu- orcivcfwithit the permi 1M to Maintain a houitQUll kittr Ilir Wart aMt n ticentousness What does the mayor mean by this warning Have any of the saloons been maintaining houses of ill fame or abetting licentiousness If not then the mayors language is an unjust reflection on the saloons of Milwaukee If the warn ing was needed what a horrible indictment the new may or has presented If his attention is called to the matter he will doubtless assure the inquirer that he does not mean to intimate that Milwau kee is worse in this respect than other cities In other words his criticism applies to the business generally and everywhereThe rous champion of personal liberty should de vote a little of his time to the byproducts of the saloon in stead of exhausting his vuice declaiming about the inalienable right to drink It is time for the men who want to drink moderately and under reasonable conditions to separate themselves from those who find a pencuniary profit in debauching society Commoner How can the baby grow strong if the nursing mother is pale and delicate Scotts Emulsion makes the mother strong and well increases and en riches the babys foodii Stock and Crop W P Givens sold last week 85 head of cattle weighing 1141 pounds priceTcents This is the first bunch of cattle to go over 100 per head at least we have not heard of its equal in many earsDanIville Messenger The Carlisle Mercueysays that old storyabout there not going to be enough tobacco plants has whiskers There has never been a year that the story has not been repeated and there has never been a year when there were not thousandsof plants inthebed Capt B F Powell sold tow H Murphy a yearling jack foroOO Mr Shelby also sold a bunch of 10 shoats at 10 cents Smith Baughman sold to Veatch Co of Mercer a fine jack last week for 500 Walter O Walker bought of C W Loyell five young mules byJM Smith Baugh mans jack paying 102 for themInter ior1 Journal 1 The Federal grand jury at Covington indictedS K Hod gins of Winchester for an allegtd shipment of sheep said to have had scabbies The Danville Ad vocatesays Mr W N Lane of thiscity who owns a farm near town on the Stanford pike recently purchased eight sows and eighty pigs from Lewis Shrop shire in Fayette county for 5 20 The pigs now average 80 pounds per head All are registered Poland China Eggs For SaleV Barred Plymouthrock eggs for sale at 75 ctmtsd setting W O Burke 303m R D 2 Richmond Arc you saving your coup sgien oft the piunQby the Normal City Lauidiy HII fine instrument and everybody Jwg ali equal chance to got it J122t Lumber For Sale 13arnbUls and all kinds rough 1bati- n bale poplar awl pine Tobacco stwlw Poparlathsr Write riJA 81111 il Jtaiii To the Man Who Borrow Wouldnt it saveyou money in the etd if you subscribed for yourself Thinkof the time you waste in borrowing the paper Think of the helpful articles you miss More than that remember that every addod subscription helps to make the paper better for everybodyThe does a lot of things for you when you come to think of it You can well afford showyourappreciation by adding your name to the sub scription list Warren Pa Mail Concrete nests are the most sanitary for the little chicks tf Brrng us your wool and got best prices market will afford GOTT Bros 420tf Mrs Maude Mackcy Walker Dressing Parlor Bring your combings and have them made into a braid transformation pieces puffs and other hair pieces I can afford to do this work at a roasonablo price with my new machinery which incurs greater rapidity and less expense Hair dyed braids restored to original color Highest prices paid for combings Office phone 545 homo phono 202 Two doors above Stocktons drug store 420Im An exchange says It used tobe that every farmer in the county carried over from one year to another a considerable quantity of corn and a nice bunch of hogs to which hefed the corn in the fall in many instances having enough to prepare his hogs for the mar ket but that has changed and nearly all the corn cribs in the country areempty by this time of year while hogs can not be found Dont wait untill your house burns to think about insurance See Dan H Breck tf Have you seen the now concrete hen nests They aro groat For sale by O W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf Concrete nests are best for setting hens te 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 dono Falling hair baldness and scalp diseases a specialty Superfluous hair removed from face and arms I havo a complete line of toilet articles always on hand Mrs J 0 George Phono 439 142 Main St wool Ocatherage want your wool and will pay the very highest market price for same See him before selling 20t How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff We desire to say that when wo took the agency for ZEMO we were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet wo must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We aro pleased to stato that wo shall continue the agency as Zomo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for extermal use Zomo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of tho skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leaving the skin clear and healthy It docs not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a book lot on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can bo cured at homo of any form of skin or scalp diseasos by this clean scientific remedy tf Perrys Drug Store For Men Bayden Shoes 600 JustWright Shoes 4 and 5V HBReed Shoes 3 and 350VV Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as modem for deuce and your family as a city rerplace yourself ina position to jot the latest marketany time This cnn bo accomplished hy means ofour telephone lItrvilP Jflfltfttjs a you and your neighbor cnn gst for a sum that it small wlur fits received Call compared with hi t eladdress eor our lleartst office or write direct to 1 Nashville Pe DnCSiee for information regarding our special heIJIIITlers late Ifat present you are not enjying telephone servle wo LLf interest you Our lines cover the States ot Kentuck1enoelllMre il11lDdiatov Louisiana and the Southern portion of and Illinois iJl EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated THE SHOE HEEL of the average man strikes a 90 pound blow at every step This is the kind of hammering floor varnish has to stand KYANIZE FLOOR FINISH- is made with this fact in mind Its made to stand hard usage and vr DOES IT llIade in Clear and Seven Beautiful Colors Good for all Interior Work as well cs Floors FOR SALE BY HENRY L PERRY 0 Beef Clubs Farmers Butchers NOTICE I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right Ring phone 363 MVWJDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY I UlLT Necessary devices- which with othe- rtypevriters are attachedat an extra price or else built as parts of specialnla chines with onlyone use at a more exorbitant price are inbuilt in every NEW MODEL r I That Is one secretI liTthzs Some Inbuilt Features r Card Writing Decimal i Tabulating Condensed Billing Color Work jj and Stenciling L C SITH BRO- TYPEWRITER All these kinds of work and othersdone by one simple typewriter our regular correspondence machine without any extra cost attachments BALL BEARINGS throughout typebar carriage segment all important frictional points made antifrictional The inbuilt devices save you the price of attachments costly things these attachments Car ner Ball the ballHeating Type- bar bearings save work and wear JointAnd this complete machine costs no more than others which must have expensive attachments to make them complete To buy a typewriter without investigating the L C SMITH BROS would be like buying silver without looking for the Sterling mark Send for tht Free illustrated Book CompanyU4 OHIO The ROYALFOR FINE CLOTHiNG Shoes and Mens Furnishings fi Hf Ladies The Celebrated IllKid Shoes Oxfotcls 2 to4- All Leathers Latest Styles J j 1 t r k We feature dlers COllEGIAN Clothesthe kind that keeps men yoU r y J S STANIFERTh crnal1G sn Mn nlehinmnclfKnt Qkr s j c V- Vz1 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 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 Save alookand you will have one of these chairs r i l BENNETT and HIGGINS UNDERTAKING Why Wait Until the Very Last Minute Dont procrastinate ont bo foolish Take time by tho fore lock and get in your Coal now We Deliver Quickl- yTelephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been cetUnp elsewhere and possiblyless Fall Weight or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out md want your goods to bring iu they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con luct vour sale His tmrges are reasonable Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance 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 420tf GOTT BRO- SWArED1toom and board in private family by young professsioal man Address P O Box 04 Richmond Ky 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 of at once regardless of cost 32tf C II Pico Assignee Brick For Sale We have just burned two brick kilns and are prepared to furnish good solid brick on application MoberlyjlrickCo- tf Moborly Ky Lost Black Cloak Somewhere in Richmond Monday ladies long black cloak Return to this office or undersigned and receive reward D M FriELrs 11 D No4I- Uchmond Ky The Wedding and Com mencement Season now approaching calls for special alien tion in something pleasing and appropriate for a gift Doubtless the idea has already suggested something If not let us help you We handle nothing but standard makers and such a wreath oj exquisite now styles and patterns ai will agreeably surprise you In Watches rings brooches bracelets necklaces fobs scarf pins hat pins cuff buttons lockets ant hains Wo can please you in quality style and popular pr- icesfailitlisgk I Around Town I iDecoration Day will be observed at College Hill Saturday May 28 hasforbidden antfirethe best police tf Fire last week destroyed the grain elevator of Leslie Bradshaw in Garrard county causing a loss of about 12000 InstituteduringS1821 J n CASSIDY Dr Erie Ellis of Dayton Ky has ar prescriptiondepartment pany According lo a now State law which goes into effect in a few days all auto mobile will be required to pay a State J W larding of Winchester will preach at the Speedwell Christian church next Sunday morning AU are cordially invited Tho ladies of Pine Grove Methodist church will give an ice cream and pie nightEverybodyinvitcd Mr J F Edmiston died at his home at Crab Orchard Sunday Deceased was he father of Mrs W W Burgin formerly of this city A farmer in an adjoining county refused an offer of 4125 for four mule colts Prices have also been made in other localities equalto these figures On first pagoof todays Climax appears an article entitled How to Boost- a Town to which we call attention of every business man in Madison county Smoke Cuban Star5c3m Iost cloak advertised in last issue of The Climax was recovered the next Jayc after publication Results invariably follow an advertisement in these col umnsTho jury in the case of Commonwealth vs Robert Barr Jr charged with kill ing Hiram ledges in Nicholas county brought in a verdict last week of not guilty The Court of Appeals has decided that persons who have smallpox and who voluntarily go on the public highway are guilty of an offense and may be fined for so doing In deciding a case from Fayotlo county the Court of Appeals decided that if a man enters a house through an open door or window it is not housebreaking in the eye of the law W II Clay Lexington Ky Our fouls were so sick with cholera some of them could not oat Wo poured Bourbon Poultry Cure down them and did not have a single fowl to die Sold by Perrys drug store TohnG White of Winchester and Ed Carnahan of Louisville have purchased the holdings of BurtBrabb Lumber Co of Ford in the Kentucky mountains at a price reported to bp 150000 This includes their logs timber land etc That blessed old hen prevented the frost from ruining our garden She injuredITherefore the frost failed to get in its work Bless the old hen Dover News In his episcopal address before the Methodist conference Ashvifle N C Bishop Hcndrix flatly opposed the demands of the women of the church for representation in conference lIe said tile request was not in harmony with ideas as to womans place in the church in the home and in society Jesse Hatton convicted with William Todd on the charge of killing the lat ters brother Mat Todd in this county several years ago was paroled last week from the penitentiary Todd and Hatton were given life sentences and the former was pardoned by Governor Bradley about tep years ago Did you over stop to think that it was one thing to talk about people and another thing io have people talk about you If those of us who uso our tongues a tie too freely about our neighbors would stop and reflect about tho matter and fcnow the great evil that comes from too much talking and tattling we are sure we would call a halt and gossip no more A Base Ball Games at Richmond j Frankfort Wednesday May 18 Frankfort Thursday May 19 i 5helbyville Friday May 20 Shelby iHe Saturday May 2J cuG mcs at3p rot Hg5a5C Jt ris 1 Y 4 fW1 tr w 71f 1 u n i r1L pm wro o Dont IVIiss Our Big fA i Storelmprovement Sale H Before the builders begin work on our store improvement the greater part of our stock must be sold out of the way This is a big task and heroic price cutting is required to accomplish The knife has gone into prices on all Suits Odd Pants Shoes Hats Caps Underwear and Dress Shirts t Readwhat we offer then come and see for yourself t Mens Suits More than a Thousand of this sea sons latest styles including the new Tans Grays and Brownsreduced just when you need thom Unlimited choice of all our finest 2250 and 2500 for 19752000 for 1650 t800 for 1475 1650 for 1250 1250 for 1000 Sizes and Models to Fit all Men Boys Suit collection Boys Bargain Suits 195 295 SuitsThis gradesizes Shoes Reduced of Mens and Boys Shoes largest in Madison county Hanan WalkOver and Beacon fine shoes in all the the strongest and best in Work j Shoes all go not a excepted bargains in Mens Outofstyle Shoes A social botanist is one who gives especial attention to tho wall flowers Dont fail to see the rendition ot Tho Amazon in thin Normal School Chapel Monday May 23rd at 730 The Danville Advocate says Dr II Kincaid of this city owns a litter of seven pigs all of which have eight logs A large and attentive audience was out Thursday evening to hear Dr F J Fluno of Oakland California de livered an address on Christian Science ill the court house Births Mr and Mrs A T Parrish arclroi- civing congratulations over the birth f a handsome little daughter on last uesday morning Sho has been chris toned Anna Lee Mr Harry Morgan Improving It is gratifying news to his many friends to know that Mr Harry Morgan ho poultry king of Madison county is Improving from a recent serious surgical operation which ho underwent at his loino at White Station For Sale I have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster affil Brock vo Location drainage oct the very best Most for apartment house or living residence Any one interested in purchase please call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf Off For Winchester The Richmond Comma 1ltery accompanied by a number of ladies loft this morning over the L N for Winchester to attend the annual conclave Our neighbor city has thrown wide open its ates for the reception of Iho Sir Knights nd ladies and everything possible will be done to make this the best and biggest conclave ever hold The Hemp Crop The Stanford Journal siys that six dollars per hundred is being offered for hemp of the crop of HOA very small crop was grown last year and a still smaller one is in prospect for the present year Until somebody invents a prac tical power hemp break the crop will continue to bo small as negro labor is too unreliable to trust Get Ready Begin now to make your arrangements to attend the Richmond Pair Wednes day Thursday Friday and Saturday July 20 2122 and 23 It will bo your golden opportunity to see the finest show stock in America Lay aside business for these four days anti take the family to the Fair Listen to the music by the First Regiment Band of Louis vile Get tho spirit of competition and enjoy the rivalry amonj the greatest horses in the world You will faro better noxtweek 2L Preaching at Newby Dr7A B Dawos pastor of Georgetown Baptist church and prgfessor in Georgetown College will preach at Newby Sunday May 29 morning and evening The Nowby Baptist church has enjoyed a splendid growth during the past year and their congregations arc made up of people who go quite a distance to attend divine services at this prosperous house of worship Din ncr will be served on the ground and all are invited to come and bring a well filled basket cNew Millinery flaying opened a millinery business is the store room next to Government bMildlng I use this method of extending loa invitation to tho ladles of Riebmon M1 jfadison county to call and iaspec y fccKutiful ibid of summer hats I flUdiUtlBtf find strictly lfl btyli Mt1I ftA A i 1i tD 0 i Splendid of the newest in Boys Knickerbocker and Bloomer Suits tailored to fit perfectly all reduced 900 and 1000 now 750 800 now 650 700 now 550 350 and 400 now 295 About 50 Knee price buys choice nee Ul s a so or ly out of style former gg to g7 350 and 4 Choice for we are bound to make 195 room All Our stock is the newest styles and pair Extra who desirable For Richmond Burley Tobacco Society Plans Big Redring Plant for This City The Burley Tobacco Society has es tablished headquarters at the Glyndon Hotel in this city for the purpose of opening a campaign inMnd son county for the poolingof the 1010 crop of tobacco The office here will be in charge of Mr Bradley Wilson of Lexington who has been a Burley director in the Elizabothtown district and on account of his great success in organizing the the 1909 pool in that section was selected for this post Mr Wilson is an original pool man and has rendered valiant service for the cause lIe is a man of energy ability and capacity and these traits combined with a pleasing personality are certain to make many friends for the cause he advocates This plant will cost between 10000 and 10000 and will employ from 150 to 250 people and will require a working capital of 100000- A petition was circulated Monday signed by a number of our leading citizens calling for a mass meeting at the court house last night which as we go to press is being largely attended In other cities and counties special inducements have been made in order to locate these enterprises but in this instance the Burley Society simply asks the co operation and good will of our citizens Tho Climax has never attempted to dictate to the farmers of Madison coun ty but we do know that they havo been bcnofittcd in the past by reason of the pool antI it is our opinion that should the pool fail this year it would mean a great calamity to the tobacco growers not only of Madison county but the Stato at large Start New Bank The applicajion of Dr ILK Gibson Judge A It Burnam Dudley Tribble J S Boggs owl Goo W Pickels fOI authority to organize tho Southern National Bank of this city with a capi tal of 100000 has been approved Tin charter for the Richmond National Bank having expired the Southern National has been organized as its successor Paint Your MailBox The department at Washington has sent word to the millions of patrons of the rural delivery system throughout the country requesting them to paint their boxes and posts white This has been the color decided 01 by the department Besides making the boxes and their posts easily distinguishable paint will also help to preserve them Money for Teachers June J A press dispatch from Frankfort of Monday says Public school teachers of Kentucky will pet their last checks for salary for the current year before tho school year closes Instead of later in June as was at first expected Capt Ed Fancy tho State Treasurer said today that he would lie able to pay the teachers in full the first week in June and possibly by June the 1st Not enough money Is on hand now to make the payments but it will bo in the treasury by June tho 1st Removed to Springfield It is with sincere regret that their many friends learn of tho removal of Dr and Mrs J W Bryant to springf- ield Ky for which place they left Monday For several years Dr Bryant has been tho prescription druggist at tho Richmond Drug Company and since coming into our midst both ho and his wife have made many friends Especially will they be missed by tho Methodist church in which they occu pied a prominent ilaceDr Bryant wlltcsmtlnuo in the drug bwsiness In- IptIL2L1Vi4 Hk jHwkioa IIM fecca hlbd t iiJ1t tItj c i u light and extra duced are to Come and save money Appointed Delegate M B Arbuckle of Kirksville has been appointed by Presbytery as a del egate from the First church to tho General Assembly which con vanes today in Lewisburg W Va Mr Arbuckle belongs to the official board of the church and no more suitable selection could have been made lIe was accompanied by liar Mr Sallow of Middlcsboro who spent Monday night in Richmond cnrouto to Lowisburg To Attend Grand Encampment Messrs B Juott and Ed E Adams will leave next week to attend the Grand Encampment of Odl Fellows at New port Mr Juctt is Grand Junior War den and will bo promoted to the office of Grand Senior Warden Richmond has a flourishing lodge of Odd Fellows and tho above named members have done much towards its present condition and large membership Injured in Accident Near Moberly- Mrs Rose of Missouri who is a guest of Mrs Tom Taylor at Waco was the victim eta runaway accident Monday While driving near Moberly her horse became frightened and ran overturning the buggy Mrs Rose was thrown out and her arm was broken in two places She was removed to the Taylor residence where every thing pos sible was done for her comfort and relief 50000 Cattle Deal One of the largest cattle sates made in the Blue Grass for nearly a year was made last week when six hundred cat tIe the property of Jonas and Simon Vcil of Fayclle and Messrs I Duck worth of Nicholasvillo and Ruble of Garrard county were sold lo N Lob man of Baltimore for 50000 The cattle have been kept at the Curloy dis tillery near Nicholasvillo and were bought for June delivery At the time they are delivered they will weigh on an average of about 1200 pounds Address of the Caldwell High SchCol The commencement address of the Caldwell High School will be delivered at the Opera House Friday Juno 10th by Superintendent McIIenry Uhoads of the Owcnsboro City School Supt Ithoads is one of the ablest school men in tho State and a forceful eloquent speaker It will be a treat to hear him There are nino graduates this year constituting the first class to form the twelfth grade in the history of the school They are Messrs David An thony ONcil and Harry Benjamin Dob roswky and Misses Stella Geneva Phelps Anna Mao Walker Sudio Russell Stdutror Samyra Richard Parko Alma Scott Warford Maude Francis hayden and Norma Giunchigliani Governor Glenn Draws Large Crowd The First Presbyterian church was pretty well filled Monday evening tho being the address of ExGov ernor Glenn of North Carolina who spoko on the Commercial andRcligious Development of the South in the in crest of Home Mission Work He held his audience as if by magic and awOke his hearers to the great and awful need of the Christian workers in the home land He is an orator of ability anil Richmond feels fortunate in having heardiiuch a distinguished man on so Important a subject Ho was gracefully introduced bySenator J B McCreary who with Rev MrBopgs of the Mountain Mission Work and the Pastor Dr D II Scanlon occupied the rostrum with the spoftkerv Mk Glnajs touring tho Southland in the taterest ot this great work sad there Ja itp doubt feu hits Oiil JKil all hlUttketi- eW e 1 Mens Pants A splendidassortment of the newest styles all reduced 1 50 for I 25 250 for 195 350 for 295 400 for 335 Finer reduced Young Mens Bargain Suits at 195Sizes 1 6 to 19 years Fine all woofqual ity but shopworn and out of style Cheaper than Overalls At 195 for choice UnderwearMedium weight lightallre You sure need Underwear no- wCASH TO ALL Presbyterian Commencement evening occasion grades likewise As Viewed by Another Mr Editor We had a lecture on Thursday of last week from Dr F J Fluno of Oak land California who came as a repre sentative of Christian Scientists and un der the auspices of the little band in this city who adhere to that faith Ho was patriarchal in appearance a man of good address and gentle manners Ho began his remarks by commenting on the name of Christian Science He thought it wonderfully appropriate and suggestive 1st Christian because it was founded on the word of God Second because it was thoroughly scientific as much so as tho science of mathematics Ho claimed that its followers accepted and faughl nothing that was not demon strable This statement was repeated at intervals many times Christain Science he claimed brought peace contentment happiness and prosperity to all who availed themselves of its teachings Its followers were glad to give it to others but it was too precious to be discussed with the profane as a past time Then followed a long rambling intermixlureof assertions and quotations from which I could glean nothing The speaker demonstrated nothing he laid down no ditinilc premises from which correct deductions could be made He denied the existanco ofsickness sorrow sin and matter except as they appeared to a disordered organism lie claimed that there could be no such thing as sin because God made everything and everything God made was good therefore it did not exist in reality lie spoke freely and frequently material things which did not exist or only in tho mind This thought was proclaimed years ago by that school of philosophers headed by Berkeley and has long since been dit carded as only the reaching out of the mind after nothingness The speaker declared his belief in the divinity of Jesus Christ and followed this Immediately a statement imply ing his belief in the impersonal and not the personal Christ Ho declared that it was absurd to take drugs for the relief of sickness because they the drugs could not diagnose any sickness also that it was absurd to take food to sustain life because in nearly ovary instance the lifo was cooked out of the food before it was eaten There would come a time when life could be sustained by some without food but for the present to try it would be like casting ones self from the pinnacle of the temple tempting God lIe declared that satan existed In the great nowhere and that his ministering angels were deceit hypocricy pride vanity and the lust of the flesh This latter thought is a good one I have never listened more attentively to a speaker in my life because I hoped to find a clue to the secr t enjoyed by those who accept and profess to understand this faith but it was a failure Tho speaker left the impression on the writer that the criticism of the late Mark Twain giving his reason for the progress made by Christian Science was true Thinking that possibly I did not correctly Appreciate the speaker I inquired ofI one whom I have long regarded as one of the best and irestjudges in our city if he understood the speech Hereplied No andnoitherdid the speaker Finally I desire to say that thestrong estcmpression left on me was that theI speaker was an old man bordering on a second childhood who had either pre- Pared or had prepared for him a series of platitudes quotations etc without any definite beginning connection or conclusion and which I confess taken as a whole I was utterly unable to com prelwad Al Cattle Wanted We desire to buy seam fat butcher cattle and large wad small veal calves Alo fresh milk pws or go d early sprtagen Also foo4 test yews Ja1lltMi wcohr he Tile IMM 4M w rt tvJe15l1aUtJ- llt I Ut iItiij irJj i The of wool in has a were as 25 cents a In the part of the season went as as 85 cents a The cause of the is A seem to the of on and as pass by with and and also some use and to mar the of and This is very to tho and be is a law it anti its in the do well to warn chil dren the if have not done so 1 B who lived near town this died after noon a ser were held at the Red Ho a wife and to is the of our who were up with tho of Mr the barn on fire the was with its One mule to and an burn ed No anti the cause of firs not will meet at the even ing 20th at 730 Jay and Carl a and will at once into the have tho store room in the by Mr M will have a new line of anti and in season Both of men are too well to need an to our Mr is a son of Mrs and is an and Mr is axon of for been en his in the and He is a man anti like his in tho of all We wish thus now firm the of and will at the to see class step out from the old on the Hill md go ccrt f- iatcs of rtjid with of and The will be by Rex of Last the of the were the the and to the The was cr the was to the The was a was The of a lay at 10 a m and a last The will the noon at one at time will the of ant the e not a f Mt Row a e oM ham awl v1 Uw s Xn A I if r il i Bargain Suits at 275 of to 15 Astonishing Bargain Suits at 350 jtoto 20 are moreUHATS REDUCEDIreduced including Roelofs and Stetson ofall styles Straws and Panamas in all the finer gradestFINE SPURTS All Shirts reduced BANKSHLzmWool Dropped price Central Kentucky taken downward drop Paris dealers reported paying pound Monday early prices high pound slump unknown BadHabit Some children acquire habit marking houses other buildings they chalk colored pencils they times sticks sharp knives surface weather boarding siding fences habit annoying property owners should stopped Then there prohibiting which provides arrests finefor violation Teachers schools might against habit they heretofore Double Befalls Family Callahan Brooks county Saturday after short illness Funeral vices Baptist Church House Sunday morning leaves several children whom extended sympathy people About three oclock Sunday morning those sitting corpse Callahan discovered building entirely consumed contents burned death other badly insurance known Caldwell High School Alumnae school building Friday May New Grocery Firm Messrs Lackey Todd have formed partnership embark grocery business They rented Opera House block recently vacated Stephenson They complete fancy staplo groceries fresh good these known introduction people Lackey Margaret Lackey upright industrious highly esteemed gentleman Todd Jimmy Todd andhas many years gaged witih father carpenter contracting business competent business partner stands high esteem unbounded success Madison Commencement Today marks annual commence mentday Madison Institute when riends relatives gather Christian church another school home waving diplomas hardearned knowledge laden down gifts friends tids- mircrs graduating address delivered Hudson Frankfort Saturday evening parlors Institute ablaze occasion being annual Sophomore Junior reception Senior Class Christian church wtedto overflowing Sunday when baccalaureate sermon delivered class special musical program feature which much enjoyed different unctions week includeil concert Monday night Class yesterday piano recital night festivities conclude with alumnae luncheon tomorrow after oclock which many daughters gather within walls their alma mater around festive heard where there vrlllb only 9fMsonlltn olEMllI Jurt fM6telsprlng kkken cktetoa Mfei duIa thrMW MtUi 1tI J About 400 Mens Summer Suits coat and pants only fine cassimeres and sizes broken and out style Former price 8850 choice for 275 values They sold for S10 choice now for 350 U the pants alone worth All hats Dress Calamity Institute commencement cheviots Comet Passes Between Earth and Sun Tonight The comet is scheduled to pass between tho earth and tho sun at 1019 tonight It will will be visible tomorrow Thursday morning before day break but will bo most brilliant tomorrow night just after dark growing fainter each succeeding night until it disap pears According to the most learned scientists there will be absolutely no danger as a result of this unusual per formanco Tho tail of the comet is composed of gases that will in no way bring harm to us while the cornet will be 5000000 miles away its tail being just that longIDEATHS Bowles Mr William Bowles died at his home here Wednesday his death being due to the infirmities of old age Ho was about seventy years old and had been in feeble health for a long time His interment took place at Kingston Thursday Ho is survived by several sons among whom are Professor Alex Bowles of the Opera House orchestra Messrs Joe Dick and Tom IJowlos all of this city- FIKLDEILFriends of Mr anti Mrs W C Fielder will regret to learn of the death of their ninemonthsold daughter Jessie which occurred at their home in Kansas City Mo on May 7 The little girl was stricken with whooping cough and pneumonia and lived only a short while after the attackof these diseases Mr Fielder is well known here having just rcccnlly moved with his family to theWest The sympathy of many friends in Madison is extended to the bereaved parcntsjn their aihhicti- onDvisItelatives ho r c have received news ot the death on May 11th of Mr J H Davis lat Williamsburg which followed an illness of stomach trouble Deceased was sixtythree years old and was twice married He is sur vived by live sons by his first marriage and his last wile and one daughter His widow is a daughter of Dr H W Hogan and a sister to Mrs Mike Miller ofthis county ilr Davis was widely known lIe was county cfv of Whitley county for thirteen years Mrs L Adkins of Waco and Mrs A B Wagers of Cincinnati attended tho funeral Somewhat Personal- The Stockholders of the Madison County Fair Association are scattered from Panola to Valley View from Kirks villo to Big lull from Borea to Clays Ferry and the executive Committee knowing that each one of them can aid in makin this fair a big success has imposed the following duty on each member lIe shall see personally eyery citizen of his vicinity anti notify him that this Association will hold the best fair of the State at Richmond July 20 21 22 23 mill urgo his attendance The Horses and Riders with national reputa tions will be there this time and nobody can afford to miss it IMarried1AiucurrWtimMr Davis Darnell of Harrison county and Miss Mattie Ward of this county were united in marriage May Oth by Elder A J Trib ble at his residence on the Irvine pike Thursday morning at 4 oclock Elder F M Tinder united in marriage Mr Cecil liroaddus mill Miss Lola Ilondron The bride is the attractive daughter of Mr John Hcndron of Kirksville Mndi you1gladysuccessful young business man of Buckeye Immediately after tho core mony the happy couple left on the 5 oclock train for Cincinnati where they will remain until Saturday after which they will be at their homo in Buckeye Lancaster Record Relative Size Mt Sterling has GPO white children of school ago Winchester has 1100 this indicates the relative size of the two places Winchester Democrat Correct Bro Nuedham but Rich month takes a stop ahead of both Winchester and Mt Sterling with 1197 white children on the school census Horrible and Eatal Accident Befalls Colored Child William Jones a sevenyearold col ored boy while playing about some box cars on the L N tracks Saturday was caught beneath the cars and lint his leg cut olf near the knee The flesh on tIn thigh was stripped From the bone He was taken to the Pattie A Qlay Infirmary where ho was operated on tiU rrvJlMjing taken off at the hip lIe died duriug tb v night Saturday without over rallying froiIUinshock Just Double W H EN a house is newly painted it is safe to es timate that a value has been added to it which is never less and is rather likely to be more than dou ble the cost of the painting Whenyou buy the paints of us the proportion of value to cost is always the ti tf lTT HLFERRYTELEP- HONE75 MAIN STREET itrig jaI S Four pairs Wunjderhose fourSS S months without mend S e ing I box 4 pairs in- S boxesS ttjiiiHt trlllImIIttllllt Mensf 1500 Suits Styles to please all tastes tho extreme medium and plain styles aro represented and aro the embodiment of tho most ap proved fashions of tho season These gar mcnts spell quality all the way through in tho cloth trimmings workmanship islylo and ilL Every1 suit is handtailored throughout and equal to tho finest custom made garments Furnishings for Me- nMensUnderwear I Medium and light weight Balbriggan and Jersey Ribbed in plain colors extra quail ty that will wear well and complete satis arrnontnn 45 403 Mens Empress 5hirts Bright now Ideas in Spring Shirts plaited plain soft and laundered in Pongeo and rich de Sgns Percales and Madras Cloth noutllmade amI perfect fitting Mens Ties Extra good Wash Ties all colors 10 and lOc 1 doze plain white Wash Ties 10 cents McCall Patterns 10 and I 5 Cents Vtc have just received McCalls Magazine for Juno cents P W R Underwaists I 0 Cents For children very strong all sizes Ladies Shirt Waists Fine Lingcrco Waists trimmed with lace 150 values for 98 Cents Ladies Ratcliff Pumps Ladies Katclitfo pat colt gun metal tan Ankle Pumps two and three eyelet tics and OxfordS250 Shoes and Oxford for Men and Young MenrYern fashionable and dressy shoes in pattent leather and dull Jrathor also tans Button and blucher styles 300 350 and 400 Boys School Caps Good serviceable Caps made of new fancy cassimores and cheviots in a big variety of new patterns medium and jlark clfccts sizes 0 38 to 7 1f Siniw Hate for Men tho seasons newest and smartos styles Irir E V11 Eider5 0g Main Street- S S i S I e S S S S S S a S S S S S S S S a S S S S S 55 S S I S S S S S S S S S S S S S 0 50 S S S S S S S S 5 S SSOaSsLSeSSGOGSSCOOoOO5SOSOOS SSSOOSa5S OSSSSSSSe sse seoseeeesees eSSeSeeeueeeeaesossS4eee6e ARE YOIKGOING TO BUILDJ centsMEflCANUEAUTYtte or remodel this season If so let us advise you regarding your plumbing equipment It is one of the most important elements of the home and should receive careful consideration Bathrooms which we have installed are giving their owners perfect service tatuferd Plumbing Fixtures and our expert workmen never fail to give satisfaction Illustrated literature always on hand Richmond Motor Plumbing Phone 270 Company Incorporated Mens Hose fancy Wash 5uits for Boys colors Sailor yearS Et4cI Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES v Bench Tailored Ready Wear Guaranteed rot Shrink Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from FineLiueNewyloL and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etcat lowest pricesfor high class goods J B StoufferOICltflAWnt lotha ralttlor HwM laRkhMOR tJ 1ci L1 mmmnm tntmzII I Hf55Corsets1 150 200 i R fi G Corsets Model A 67 Is aSs5new5 5 Womens Mus IeDrawers Special values made full s 5tuckedbroidered and tucked ruf fles worth 40c Speciale S 25 E1IS Womens Muslin sS- Night Gowns S IExtra quality lull sizos neck also slip over style regular price 75o S Special es 5U cents etl I Oc a Pair o Or 3 pjiir for 25c Black and colors Dou s ble I IceI toe and solos e Plain and fancy Blouse sizes 3 to 8 at e sc sS to to or J I co Q gAe oS Richmond KentuckyS 0 ea SOSOSSS S S S SSS SSSSSSS OSOSOUSSUSSSs aw Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of James W Caperton decd are hereby notified to present same to mo properly verified according to law for payment on or before Juno 15th or same will bo barred as I intend to settle my accounts at once KICIIAKD Conn May Cth 1010 Executor Notice to Creditors All persons have claims against the estate of the late David Chcnault will please present same properly verified as required by law to J C Chehault attorney on or before Juno 1010or same will bo barred Any persons knowing themselves indebted to deceased in any sumo money now due can also settle with my attorney or with the undcrsignciU J W ELJIOKE Executor 13H Lancaster Ky Public ale On Wednesday May 25 10- at 11 Oclock A M I will offer at public sale A Vacant Lot belonging to the City of Richmond Ky located on northeast corner of Band Water streets fronting 32 feet on B street and GO feet on Water street making a lot 32xC6 feet Terms cash Sam Rice Mayor PUBLIC SALE MIISON CIRCUIT COURT State Hank Trust Co = Plaintiff vs Joseph Linehan c Defendant Hy virtue ofa judgment and ardor of sale entered in tho Madison Circuit Court at its Jlay Term 1010 in tho above styled cavso the undersigned UuorinSaturday May 28 1910 at about tho hour of I oclock p m offer fur sale allorso much thereof as may be necessary 50 Shares cf Capital Stock CinoinnatiOhiolateral to secure tho payment ofII note on which judgment has been rendered for the sum of Five Thousand Jollars fromAprilherein expended bythepurclmserthan Sen shares of said stock if any as exceedingenoughinterest and costs herein and it will thosl1i11110btTERMsTho purchaser or purchasers orbondspaintilrluwlngment with a lien retained until thesame together with interest are paid hodesiresotjsaleeUTrC ItllUt118t fEfI- How a Little Town Attracted PeopleV 1 picnic they discovered that there were fifteen thousand there The Idea man said that the merchants told him that people drove twenty miles to the picnic because they were toW that it was to be a regular old fashioJled picnic where everything was free and no strings to it They came old and young everybody forgot their wojk and business and worry for theday and everybody seemed bent on getting all the real enjoyment possible out of the day and there was nothing left undone on the part of the business men They had gone into the deal with a purpose and had arranged their sys tem to that purpose Everyman was placed on some committee and every man worked with all his vim to see that his part did not lag There was no opportunity for any one to kickall were too busy Then when the day camewhich by the way was in Augustfor the picnic everybody was ready and things went off without a hitch There were games for the youngsters five bands were on the grounds good speakers were procured to add iess the people there was dancing for the young peopleand a fCllowsIgotall in all it was according to the stories told the idea man by the business men of Em lenton a howling success in eyery way People remarked that it did them more good than any gathering they had attended in many a year The people went home happy They went home to think of the jolly good time they had that days and there was one thing that they seemed to ap predate and that was the fact that it hall not cost them anything The business vnen in arranging for the holiday dicided that there should be no charge of any kind for any thing The dinner and all entertainment was free and the picnic was held in a beautiful grove clear away from town so the people were not asked to buy goods to pay the merchants for their trouble They had met here for a good sociable time to get better acquainted with one another and to learn that time old senti ments that we sometimestalk about existing in the hearts of the pioneer people werQ not dead Now as to whether it paid these business men to put on such an entertainment itio sufficient to state that they met and unanimously voted to make the picnic a permanent thing They will lave another picnic and the people will be talking about it for months before it happens and for months after and certainly that is one of the important things for the business man to consider when boost ing his business or his town Many and many a person no doubt will go to the little city of Emlenton to buy goods who would porhaps not have done so had not their thought been directed to the town by the picnic booster spirit of these few men Just take another look at this photograph and see if you can see any reason why these merchants here were Free Sample Frys Is Something can 4Ind must be done for the puny crying baby for the restlessof all hearth is the proper working of the digestive orgsis look first to andbsvclstreomovomentsveryImportantas 8ound51cCptheemergency ll1bnndbefVeifIt la eei1uSIngeffectivethe child but there Is nthIn tasto1rpFirst of all If you havo not yet used il Dr Cl1dve11 nould like to send you thlswaywhen convinced of Its nlErlta YOU caa nnlljonoof strattonvlllePaas InthatItseif1tconstpatIonandfreer samOle of thIs rrmertv pleasedto tothefree or charge Explain your eae In a detaiLFororbthenrlSI1e IIPt l fll ttt IHiif Y b1i9 7 I 4 1 t LH 17 1i4i u C i r II VHITESa- ream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TjNlC DWARC or IMITATIONS THC GENUINE PHIPARIO ONLY C- T3eHardSnoY Liniment Com rri Sold by HENRY L PERRY able to draw fifteen thousand people in one day and you cannot You may indeed have a better town and a more thicklysettled country so that you could draw more than fifteen thousand people and get them to talking and thinking about your town if you mer chants and business men would put your heads together and work as these men did Disease germs aro easily killed in con crete nests by burning out nost material Forsaleby 0 W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf An Experts Opinion 01 Shin Diseases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific experience ho has never found so hard a dis ease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend Zemoas a most successful remedy for tho treatment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimplos blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He says that not only do its curative qualities make it popular but also the fact that it is clean liquid remedy for external use A great improvement over tho old stylo greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ lire that causes the disease Xemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys thorn leaving tho skin clear and healthy Can bo used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladly supply those who call with a free samplo bottlo of Zemo and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at homo with Zemo tf Its poor policy to wait untill you iusvQ a lire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now We writo tho best policies tf Dan H Brock Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of M Stevenson are requested to lilo sumo properly proven as required bylaw on or before May 20 1010 or same will bo barred 7 W B SMITH mar 1C 10 t Assignee No crevices for lico and mites to hide in concrete nest tf What Everybody Wants Everybody desires good health which is imposible unless the kidneys are round and healtJiy Foleys Kidney zJomeSy should be taken nt the first in dication of npy Inejuilarity pain in Uio b ick and head nervousness and exhaustion nnd a ce1 Ions illness maybe ivHrt d Remember you cannot ire without your kidneys and you cannot bu sound and well unless they preform their work properly Foleys Kidney Remedy wilt build upwornou liEsnep and itstoro jour kidneys to their normal state Hold by Stockton Son Concrete nosts aro warm in winter and cool in summer tf The Climax SI per year To Speak Hcie May J8i We call tlio publics attention to the fact that liov It B Glenn of North Carolina will deliver iv free address at tho First Presbyterian church next Wednesday night May ISat 730 High Cost of Living IncrpfKOj he PTifSr many necessi ties without improving the quality Hiitl 7nr maintains its hi hftuHlarli 61 exculence aud its great curative quuijtioe without any incrensB in lIstltilthe best remedy whoopingIand lunijr TJie genuine lain a yellow packnjre Infuse substitutes Sold by Stockton tson r Cbncretoncsts makes good coops while chicks am small tf Music Pupils Wanted I am organizing a class in music both iano and voice for thq Summer inoiilhs begin now I wiUrccoivo pupjly at on North streetIto tt Miss JI Alr TKJtTKOB ii T FEHRIBIL Real Estate Agent Ok1lam Rt4j1In f ihthi Ky 0 0 x L Built on tho elastic hinged joint the most scientific practical and principle knownit yields to great and sud but returns again to the original shape r is pliable r nized by the most proof against weather ferent styles made to fit nil judgo for yourself the perienco have proven to and best adapted farm 25 per cent off cash for bun dle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it J 27 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf Parties desiring privileges for the Fair July 202122 and 23 will call on J a Walker Secretary who is now ready to do business 42t GoU Brothers desire to purchase your wool and will paybest prices for same 420tf Nothing is so Beautiful FOR SUMMER CLOTHING A- SHand Embroidery O Miss Eva Roberts carries everything new in patterns and supplies Her prices are reasonable and work guaranteed Residence Firstst rear White Wines drug store aaHow About Tha- tSuninie r CoalWe have any and every kind you want And our prices are no higher possibly less than you may find elsewhere Prompt Delivery and Satisfaction Guaranteed Give us a trial order and be convinced Also that feed well we have Corn Hay Oats Straw Etc SiHiThorpeC ASPEN AVENUE Phone J 84 tlemTerilJust N I Gen StorConsider Money Earned is Money Saved You can do iMrilt by com in iiW selecting on liC those swell Sui ill CVwta Hlirt PanntlHlt vev are sclii such IowiIgure The prices r 11 low oonsiikrinf the values w lug It pays to dress well urticularly when you cui gel such clothes at so lit le a prico No Tiiiitii your form shajic or figure wr rm Iii you stylishly iiiwl becominsrly liiir clothes are designed and uiiorrd by tin Celebrated Muter Tailor y Schloss Bros Co of Baltimore and New York It isnt how little you pay that uiaUci the dollars count its how mud value you get anti how your clothes will wtir and keep tlifcir shape Its the mii ff1 must mnko v ry dollar count whc pvi so much satisfaction from our ows tlieir thqrouglily good quality means economy to him b We are So1eAgentsfor Ladies Queeii Quality Fine Shoes Strap Sandals Pumps Oxfordsretc in all the new lasts and materials Try a pair get Lhe best Ladies Shoes to be had atS25033OQ 350 and 400 Our New Stylesin the Celebrated Kneeland Oxfbrds for young men are the snappiest things shown in the city strictly up to th minute Prices 400 and St50I yv- Ve are showing aiU thenew things in Dress Goods Notions Hosiery Underwear Wash roods etc See the new stuff and get our low prices We are naming low prices on Rugs md Carpets Dont 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