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J i Seetkmon l 4 2t ii l i L YEAR 1 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY EfS 19 10 f f 7 5t j i NUMBER 7 ALL PAjRs ThE RICHMOND CLIMAX TEjSooii Empty Ijour Sack Two Blue Grass seed goon with just from 535 L he be your cm tho bran Yourramily fa much moro will seem aslf you rUi al to r pay good fioui than nasty Ort r your to seiufryou cor FWyto daf dud have lest1YS to buy bore a Burnside 1insonit Coal Lime Salt Cement r nd and Plaster Materic JU and WarehQus6qiIwf N R R Po 1 RICHMOND = J For Sale Stivers strippers as as now now combs factory Ready for immediate service A K McCovrx Telephone No 204 i I l experience ilyou oy baking it satisfy hatter youll pinsla medicine fl17 ick For WI have lust burned two brick kilns awluo prewired to furnish good solid briokpnap licationMoberly l Brick Co tA Jloberly Ky I l Im Convinced You Givet Every Man a Squafe Deal fThe above compliment Vs paid us by a satisfied customer henl ej ont you believe be others tesame opinion Jin a town of lessthart peo pie with fierce competio all sides we in eight years built a Banking busi ness of over I 12500000 Resources E Peo les Bank of hm LkKy J1 L Woods J VPres W G iwixj w HlV r O N Terrill AsstE tier Te Se May Ma Pattent 1Oc Eay 1r Jill Right Way to get good work is J a buy your paper from an up to date Jlne and get an uptodate paper hanger OnEGr3tt in- ya rill bread etc intbakc enough for mcdiciriejtlio grocer a4k OnELISB Sale there must on have Pres Fish Rules For A Wife If your husbandcomes home tired at night and wants to throw himself on tha sofa after dinner and dont let him Insist on his put ting on evenin clothes and going somewhere He needs a change not rest Encourage his buying new clothes in every way iu your power This will always fur nish you with an excuse to do the same If you have an engagement tomeet ata given place at a given hour remember that promptness is an inv lu able asset and never be more than twenty raiiiutes or an hour late Do hot burst into tears ever unless you feel that it is absolutely unnecessary Have a scrap with at regular intervals in order not tolet the good old home traditions die out If you have passed middle age and have lost the charm of youth always insist that your husband kiss you when rafter a visit away from home you alight from a railway train IftllC has sonie little imper fection which annoys him the is to remind him of it six times in quick succession then skip three then six and soonLife f tC r A few years ago flying machines were hardly thought of nor was Scotts Emulsion in summer Now Scotts Emulsion is as much a sum mer as a winter remedy Science did it All Drenuu PhSI2 wTtAXTERTTFox Den Mr Ike Shelby of Shelby City neighborhood encount ered u drove of foxes on his farm the other afternoon There were two old foxes and five young ones Mr Shelby who is an expert in corralling varmints ran the foxes their deli and hanged a lantern at the entrance The var ments are said to 10 so afraid of light that they will stay in their holes until they starve to death rather than pass a lamp to liberty The next day Mr Shelby invited Mr W P Givens and many other of his neighbors and puta force of hands to digging out the foxes After a few hours of digging they were encountered and bounded out in every direc tion Mr Shelby killed the two old ones himself and the dogs ran down the young ones It is said that quite a number of people in that community have recently lost their chick ens and it is than prob able that the varmints were guilty of the thefts Diinvill e Advocate Fire Life Accidentand Health Insurance in the very best old lino Companies Win S llroaddus Agt tf John D Interested The Bjard of Education in Now York backed by 53 million dollars will send men to Kentucky to aid in estab lishing high schools in the Stave and to work in coopera ion with State superintendent of schools building up elementary schools We are glad Mr Rocke feller is interested in us and we hope that every person in the State will do something to help the cause of education along Found a Box of Gold Mr George Kelly while diving for fish Wednesday afternoon near Kings encountered a wooden box which appeared to have been in the river many years Mr Kelley took the box to the bankand opened it and to his surprise found three five dol larg old pieces and three gold dollarseighteen dollars in all It is thought the box was filled with gold during the civil War and placed in the river and that it washed down Notice To Farmers When you need repairs for Tho Champion and Jiihyaukeo and harvesting Machines Gall on the Richmond Mo tor Plumbing Co Richmond Ky 220 Irvine St Phone 270 Send in your order now 61tf The Interior Department has designated under the en 1 tried home steadact approximately 15000000 acres ot land in New Mexico making the total so designated in that territory approximately 12800000 acres If you havent the time to exercise regularly Bonns Heenlets will prevent constipation They induce a mild easy healthful of the bowels with out griping Ask yonr druggist for them 25 cents Sale- A nice new cottage with all modern conveniences situated on SmithBallard street for sale privately For further particulars to tf Miss Fannie Watts Estray From Thos Douglas farm about May J a heifer with in lower part of loft car similar to cut below Sosjai WAGERS tf Richmond Ky Ilive you any wool If so bring it to us and get best market prices 4201 GOTT BROS Wrong anybody We Retire Go Carts We Sell LI Veneer hou la t t our is t II ztr 1 times by the Web Process of felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you call J Sixty Free Trial JJIP59 2250 r O Telephone 136 Estray black and tan setter dog responds Evans Dont wait untill your house burns think abauE insurance See Dan IL Brccjc tf The Big Head Does yours over feel like gourd and yourliver withBallardslIerbine Isiit worth trying for the absolute and certain relief youll get Price cents per bottle Sold By Perry The Way is to buy lot p old stock and get to hang it for you Phone uld the 7 EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession all agreed that Eczema germ but tho that him balllcd them find somo remedy that will get tho germs and destroy them Zemo tho clean external treatment bas solved this ditllcuHy by drawing the germs tho surface the skin and de stroying the germ life that causes tho diseases The whole method oC treat mont And cure by Xemo explained interesting book tho subject issued by tho JComo tells how duro yourself of Kczcma IJlirckheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of this clean simple remedy that now recognized tho standard treatment for all diseases the skin and scalp We fully realize that ifa great business is to be built up any line it must Be built it the clpar light of day with clean hands and honest methods open and above board No great success endures 3Iong on mistakes or When a merchant begins to feel that he must apologize tcJMiis wares by makin g them aPPer what they are not when he begins to tincture his goods with the flavor of deception then lookout ff We believe that if article is worth selling at allit is worth selling for what it iStand do not want the kind of merchandise out house that needs an apology or that we can not sell under their Kfeue label We ask that your inspect our materials We invite comparison both in quality and price 5 Our stocks are just now replenished nd we were never able to better supply your wants with Mean fresh summer merchandise 1 We have some specials in Wash Suita we would like for you to Also some specials Ladies Skirts and Waists do not want to carry these goods to another season i Our Carpet Department was never so brimming full of barg insasnOwtTH Spring is late aQd if you are needing a Carpet or Rugs we can save you money t Webught a close Duetline of Trunks and have on hands more Trunks than you evat sawi tRichmond We are giving our patrons the benefit these low prices oa this F +ffi ALL WE ASK IS A LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY t4 Sectionf t tij ti l1 J th 1 j J rest him half him rule into more sty mill action For apply marl WALL t 4twhy you will find the most luxurious bed in the m 1V Iismagnifiedmany Special making 1 Nights 13501600and ti 9 LackeyU229 W O O L A lctIterJtf L P tp bigheada YOlllcanit II L a is is a thing is to to to of is in an on makers of It to at DrugStorois of tf THE HUSTLING CASH f THEREALLIGHT i in r So t misrepresentations y i r we in see wer1r r I of fft J tt ii J PAPER r r ryUOnet r r JEARNS POSTER S R disease in L R HIa11 to11 SOLE AGENT FOR jit OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMEN 6 tti BEST ON THE MARKET Corner Main and D Streets TELEPHONE 88 i c We Set May Manton- Patterns 10t Each fi PI nr74l t lie ft Lt aTIT iitOr1Ii r0tnerS jtl j 1 f o iiY riI 0 0 5097JHE 0 tJ The Woman WhsH Mmrd to PleasJus send them to us for we select our goods for the fastidious womenthe ones other merchants find hardest to please As to our Dress Goodsw- ehave the newest diagonal weave in all colors from 89c to 1 98 per yard Our FOULARDS are the choice of the seasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89c to 179 per yard Beautiful Swiss Embroideries in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Novelties Look at our Readymade Waists and Skirts All styles and prices OenlVIcKeeSee Our Bargain Counter I Butterick Patterns The Richmond Climax roitisatD HOT WEMEUU IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING GO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR Mmb r PRESS Md lEAGUE FBICE 100 PER YEAR IH ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1910 Democratic Ticket Fon CONGRESS lION HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln County IT seem to us that those who are making such a vigorous fight oa that great enemy of tho human race tuberculosis are overlooking ono of tho most important if not the most important features in connection with the prevention and cure of the disease Thousands of dol lars are being spent annually in experiments trying to find something that will prevent and cure this awful disease Many learned men and women are devoting their lives to this cause and yet it seems none of them have as yet come to the root of the trouble In our opin ion and wo are strengthened in this belief by opinions expressed by eminent physicians improper breathing is the cause of more tuberculosis than all other causes combined The lungs wro given Vus by a wise Creator to use arid it is important that every cell should be ex ercised with every breath yet the men of our country aro breathing about half of what they should and tho women nbout one third This is a very important matter and those who are fighting to strengthen our race would do well to see to it that proper breathing be taught the children throughout tho length and breadth of this land Make it compulsory that breathing exercises be made a part of the training for our children and in this way so strengthen their lungs while they are yet young that as they grow older they will know how to care for them and thereby ward off this terrible diseaseITHE last issue of the Bcrea Citizen contained a card from our friend Stan ley Frost annoucing his retirement as editor of that paper We regret very much to lose Mr Frost as a brother edi tor for he has always conducted his paper upon the highest plane and it has been a great power for good wherever it lias gone He will be succeeded by James P Faulkner who has been a professor in Boron College for some time Mr Faulkner in his opening remarks make some broadminded liberal statements and we predict that if ho carries out the policy outlined the Citizen will not suf for because of the change To Mr Trost wo say a fond farewell and to Mr Taulkner wo extend a hearty welcome o the broad field of journalism ix SWAOER SnEitLEV was last week mated for congress by tho Demo f the Fifth district over his only nt State Senator H V New y the handsome majority of 2 this is the fifth time that Mr r has been honored with the nom in that district and each time carried his party to victory and Jict that he will be returned to jj this year by a majority larger y ho has yet received Ills vie testimonial of the work ho has congress and shows tho high which ho is hold by his con icr the States are in receipt engraved cards announc eon last Wednesday of Hir Hutton and Miss Llnney both of Har f Vpy groom is one o- ftiirn1bst popul tUBg newspaper men a the State n jbe of tho editors of the HamKlsburV Id He and his charmTng bride ViPioyinS a honey moon trip to the V fcitls and will Ve at home after Vl May every bppessad bheiftat can COffle to fnanbe theirs The Clm ax offers hearty congratulations and bW wishes C1Eiwagrenomigiated by Ui 1 pbllMi of the Tenth district M Mt qr1 hit weLb tIM tlrjmle- y h h6aar4wWJ tW il1100 our ti 4wIfl in vttS iir l ji 41ItJlI 11tIkt I PULP and printing paper manufactur ed from wood cut on crown lands in the province of Quebec prior to May 1 last is subject to tho countervailing duty of 25 cents per cord or its equivalent to 35 cent a ton in manufactured state as print paper as provided by the new tariff law according to a decision of the Treasury Department This all tends to add to the vast fortunes the newspapers especially tho country weeklies are accumulating J T SiiAur who was recently recom mended for United States District Attorney in the Eastern Kentucky district is having a hard time getting his nomination confirmed by the Senate Charges have been filed againt him and he is having the fight of his life to get the place Verily the way of the trans grosser is hard THEY had hardly gotten the oiling wagon under cover Wednesday evening after the second application of oil on our streets when it began a regular down pour of rain They say it always rains when Winchester oils the streets Win chester Democrat Then for mercy sake dont oil them any more for awhile Dn A D JAMES former congress man from the Third district and for eight years United States Marshal of Western Kentucky died at his home at Penrod Muhlenburg county last Friday of Bright disease Dr James was a man of high character and attainments and the people throughout the State feel keenly his loss AT last it lifts been discovered that parrots are good for something A Spokane Wash man uses them to keep hawkS and rats out of his chickens If it takes more than one parrot to perform this duty we believe we would rather have fewer chickens than to be bothered with the jabbering of a half dozen par rots TUG Republicans of this congression al district are trying to find someone who Is willing to be sacrificed in tho coining congressional fight They will moot Thursday Aug 9 At Danville and see if they can find someone foolish enough to go up against a thing that is so heavily loaded WE would be very thankful if the papers throughout the State that are publishing the dates of the various fairs to be held in the State this year would put Richmond in tho list Richmond will have a four days fair July 20 to 24 and it promises to the best ono ever held in the county ANOTHER American girl has sold her self to a foreigner for the sake of a title Wont our girls over learn by tho sad experiences of many who have married titled foreigners that it is better to marry for love than for a title Love always brings happiness titles never A WOHAN has been found At Washington D C who lived at the capital sixtyfive years without seeing a presi dent She might as well havo lived in Harrodsburg or Lancaster lianvillo Messenger And we might with propriety add Danville or Winchester JULES ROBIKSOK an important witness in the night rider cases to come up for trial at Hopklnsvifle in July was killed from ambush while returning froma store near his home in Christian county last Thursday Another stain on Kentuckys already badly stained record Oun old friend Harry Sommers de livered the address of welcome to the Kentucky Bankers Association which held an interesting session at Elizabeth town last week We were not present but wo know that Hariydid his part well Gov VILLMON has accented an InitfJu tion to attend another dinner in New York We are of t8e opinion that lithe Governor would eat less and stay closer to his post of duty the State would fare better THE Spencer Courier imblishea at Taylorsvillo has been sold by David B Thurman to L W Hill who has taken possession of same HAVE yoHnetiee3 a rumbling noise in the distance If you have it U only Teddy coming home SIXCE the cost of lestlwc has gone up sot tfe can thtak of low jfcew befog high WOKDBR who will Wth big nolle la a few days Tatt or TtWy po Frank Fowter of JiIb ueapac Mi ol liC olxwil Trist- vkVJIr iIeI e- iiM f1i Z 11to o = rrr cI Personal t Miss Mary King of Nicholasville has been visiting here Miss Ann White of Nicholasville is visiting friends here Mr Lon Todd is at home from Louis ville Medical College Miss Agnes Clark is visiting friends in Lexington this week Mr E M Veatch of Frankfort was a visitor here Thursday James Black of Winchester was hero for a few days last week Hon W B Smith was in Frankfort last week on legal business Mr J E Riddell of Estill Springs was a visitor here last week Mr Joe Thurman has return d from a short stay at Crab Orchard LexingtonMrs Dr Johnstono of Panola spent Monday with friends in this city Miss Buchinani of Lexington is tbo guest of Miss Norma Giunchigliani ofCrabMr Thos McCray of North Middle town was here on business last week daughterMrs D M Chenault has returned from a visit to relatives in Mt Sterling Mr Clark Allman who has been attending school in Cincinnati is at home Mr Beckner Epperson of Winchester was the guest of relatives here lastweek trhomeMr and Mrs Creed Gott have taken rooms with the formers father on North David Martin of Rockcastlc has been visiting her sister Mrs J C Chenault Mr and Mrs Smith Oldham who spent the winter in Tuscon Arizona are at homo Mrs Alice Tribblo and Miss Mattie Tribble spent several days fast week in Lexington MisscsiFannie McFarland and Bulah Gourley of Lexington are visiting Mrs Elmer Tate Mrs Mattie Terrill has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Susie Lea veil in Lancaster Mr and Mrs O P Jackson have re turned torn a wedding trip through the Northwest nCoypecting tour Mrs James Black of Winchester is JClarkMiss Jet Doty was called to Lancas ter last week by the illness of her sister Miss Lucy Doty Mr John Doty Jr who has been attending school in Lexington is at home for the summer Miss Edna Prewitt leaves this week NormalSchoolatItichmondSomerset Mr Colman Neff has gone Chicago to AmericanSteelEstill Herald Mrs Ncale Bennett MissBessio Shelbyvilleon Lancaster avenue herhomevisit to relatives here herhomeand Mrs Tom Campbell Mr C 0 Combs of Charleston Ind1 hisdaughterJudge James P Hobson of Frankfort MrsYMessrs George Phelps T C Lexingtonlast EdltISearcyand Mrs Beck at Wilmore Ky HuntingtonWWalker and family on West Main Mr Newland Jones of Phocpixt Ari zon has been a most guest in our midst JTor the pest sevewl days Mr JW Grtder who is iftthe rev tpeftt8118dayMr and Mrs Neville Mobertey and SpringArk XttWkIGneaeoJrWMk Mr aad MM MHMT DM MT Mr RL 1iXaIl Md MO Babwt II DiIwea 1sm wk =tI1JV i LU- i7J f t Miss O ffi Mjlter Sfeackelford is at home frei Tarrytown New York where she attended school during the past winter Judge L 0 CheMult was in Frank fort last week where he made an argu mont before the Court of Appeals in an important suit Mr E H Bybee is in Somerset vlsi ting his son William who is making preparations to move his dry ness to Ashland Mrs J R McKinney was hostess at an elegant six oclockdinner last Wednesday evening in honor of tho faculty of Caldwell High School Miss Harriette Parrish is visiting in Barbourville where she is to be brides maid at the wedding of a classmate Miss Clarence Albright Messrs Charles Saffell Will McClure Albert Blanton LaRuo Coleman and Frank Stagg of Frankfort attended the ball game hero last Friday Mrs Thomas J Smith addressed the Womans Club of Irvine last week having as her subject Woman as Relates to tho World Movement Mrs G F McKinney and son of Waco have returned home from Hunt ington W Va where they visited the formers sister Mrs T C Lowry Dr L P Crutcher of Kansas City was the guest last week of his uncle lIon YoL Cruther and cousin Mr James S Crutcher and other relatives Mr Simeon Hamilton who has been visiting his daughter Mrs J W Jack son at Chaplin Ky passed through Richmond Thursday enrouto to his home at Wiscmantown Mrs W B Smith whose illness has been noted from time to time was able to be out driving last week which is in deed gratifying news to the many friends of this Venerable woman Rev J N Culton was in Frankfort last week where he made an argument before the Court of Appeals in the case of thcPredestinarian Baptist church vs the United Baptist church The following gentlemen wore in Lox ington Monday on business connected with the Richmond Fair J W Bales Robert Walker P B Broaddus B F Robinson and T S Hagan Mr Merritt H Powell entertained the eenlngGamesoclock when the guests repaired to the dining room where an elegant lunch was servedDr W T Amyx of McKee Jackson county was a pleasant caller at this office last Wednesday Dr Amyx was visiting in Borea and came over to witness tho ball game between Richmond and Frankfort Miss Elizabeth L Broaddus who has so successfully presided over the millin DryIhome in Richmond Ky much to the egret of her many friends here Now Decatur Advertiser Mrs R L Slado and children Pren spendingMrs J A Stevens have gone to Lexington whero they will reside Mrs Slado is recovering nicely from her recent severe surgical operation Prof T C Adams and wife left Tues day afternoon for their home in Lexington after conducting very successfully a ten days course in physical culture Mn Adams was formerly Miss Nellie Peyton of Richmond a niece of the late Judge T J Scott Jessamine Journal Mr and Mrs J M Kennedy of Coy ington will arrive hero this week to spend the summer They have taken the residence of Miss Curraloen Smith on North street Miss Smith is at present with her sister Mrs G W Evans but will leave in a few days for a summers travolnQuito a large number of guests Irons near by towns besides hundreds from Amongthosowero Mrs Tom Chonault and Mrs McCown of Richmond Mrs Thomas ClayCroxtoncity Winchester Democrat A beautiful affair of early Juno was the reception given Thursday afternoon by Mis Nelson Prewitt Gay at her calledfrommound Countless old fashioned blossoms combined with the rich furnishing of the rooms and exquisite gowns of the guests transformed the grand old home into a veritable fairyland Lancaster RecordMiss Norma El more is at home from a visit to Rich SophroniaFoxscliooLMrs George Ballast of Rich mond is the guest of her mother DorcasFrancis andMarthaMason has returned to her home in tvilleMessrs Archie and David B Ben and their brides all of Shelby County Ky collegefriendswere touring Central Kentucky in their fivepassenger Rambler auto had many LexingtonAs usual somebody on the way over fromRichmonddouble that distance Creeping along at thedarkness alongladies in the party were in dispair and wanted to spend the night in the machine on the roadside but their husbands bravo and daring coaxed them into Rich mond whore Joe set them a midnight andfatiguefriends and viewing the city and Cam pus which proved highly exciting as it was all accomplished in the rain duringthoir thebesti friendsherowarm regard After having been divorced for five years Thomas Hughes Bronston and his former wife Mrs Edith Alexander Bronston were married last Tuesday in Woodford county Mrs Bronston was before her first marriage a Miss Alex ander and was prominent in society at Paris Ky Mr Bronston is tho second son of the late lIon C J Bronston and is well known hero The Story of Ethopia The story of Ethopia the entertain men to be presented for the benefit of OperaIder tho personal direction of Mr and Mrs J Bassett Willard the authors of the play assisted by Mr C A Parker is briefly told but the entertainment is one that will long be remembered as it has in it the same elements of of comedy and heart interest that has made the Old Homestead Way Down East and other pastoral plays so dear to the hearts of amusement loving people because they are full of fun but pure clean and wholesome The two scenes are Jaid at the plantation homo of Col Lips comb near Decatur Alabama showing the sunny side of dometio and planta tionlife in theold time and they present his family aadneighbors negro quar ters negro sammy piccaninnies and the pleasing environments around the hearth stmeoa Down In Dixie Homo tke arrival of a large house party from Me phis especially talented from a amskal standpoint who fur nih a nUMber of very dainty numbers to offset the humorous ones furnished by Ibe ftegrws fretfttJae quarters Jnan oW fafhkHHtd PteitjoR Miiwtrel Scene The MMruiflMMt airly bubble evrIwith lnttaad fun The ph now nlsuc es ftlMr Sinbi SkHie tin1Bf thie Kpd Mldgta5np4q DMtki iiid ic ostit fthe lVU IfvIaV J E have just other shipment Qf Ladie L u Pumys in one and two straps in Sued Patent and Gun metal See them V1 Ii I iii TRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRI HOUSE sI 1 j Base Ball Games at Richmond June J5 and 16 Shelbyville June J8 Winchester June 21 and 21 Paris Games at 330 p m Admission 25c Base Ball Won Lost Pert Paris 22 10 GS8 Frankfort 18 H 563 Winchester 15 H 517 Lexinzton 15 IS 455 RICHMOND 14 IS 438 Shelbyville 12 22 353 Lose Second To Frankfort Tho Pioneers lost the second game of the series to the Lawmakers Tuesday by the close score 3 to2 Creager and Cor ell engaged in a pitchers battle in which Cornell had slightly the best of the argument he being stronger when men were on bases With tho score 3 to against them in the ninth inning tho Pioneers made a splendid rally which almost landed them winners the side being retired with tho bases full after one man had already crossed the rubttcr With ono man out and a man on first and third Baird did the Casey act Whittakor was walked intentionally and tho best Taylor could do was a puny grounder to the pitcher and the hopes of the fans were dead The scorel12345C780 R Frankfort 10001010 Richmond0 10000001 2 Richmond 11 Franklorl 1 The above figures toll the tale of one of tho most onesided games played in league this year Crutcher who was doing slab duty for tho Lawmakers was pounded unmercifully the Pioneers get ing thirteen nice juicy bits two of them being twobaggers On the other hand Knox was a complete puzzle to the visitors and a homo run by Crutcher was the only score they could put across tho rubber The allround work of Olson Morton and the batting of Malony and Taylor were the features Tho scor- e123456789IL Richmond Frankfort 13120130x11L Defeat Lexington The Pioneer took tho Lexington Colts into camp Monday by a score of 3 to 0 The game was featured by the pitching of Wills who allowed the LoxingtorI sluggers only two hits did base on balls and let only one man get as far as second base the fielding and tho batting of Olson the batting and base running of Morton and Bramlago each getting two hits and stealing two bases The Pioneers played nice ball and this kind of playing will win many games before tho snow flies unless it should happen to snow in July which seems likely from the brand of weather wo havo been having We are of tho opinion however that a change should bo made in the batting order putting Morton in fourth place Bramblage in fifth Taylor in sixth and Whittaker in seventh From tho way the various players are hitting at present this would bell batting order that would produce runs Tho score Richmond 00100200x3 Lexington 00000000 0 0 Blue Grass Auto Club Plans Kentucky Tour Arrangements were begun Saturday by the Blue Grass AutoClub of Lexing ton for a tour of 100 miles including practically every Central Kentucky town in which a largo number of local cars will participate The tour wit leave Lexington and will take in Rich mend Lancaster Danville llarrods burg Brooklyn Bridge Versailles Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Oii the return to Lexington a banquet will be given at the Phoenix Hotel The exact date has not been agreed uponyct but it will be some timo after the run ing of Glidden Tour Climax Piicler Breaks All Record A worlds record was broken in the youugladyagalley andhaifacournn anIa quarter ofr6ILlngtYJle on tile second ShobadMbnfliy last She spent that day learn aCtirallyiZettot rending mutter probably witfewK MI equal in Kentucky printing iftl SlWhlte is only jwventew fcfrow Frwck Lieki led ndkliireadtm lov with liii profmlon lM fa b6brf jsL ioi i fr c I Ladies a- OXFORDS AND PU I I recrivedf Rice Ar old C O Changes Time 0 O time tables taking effect at 5 a m May 29th changed C 0 train No 21 Winchester from 712 am to C4S a m thereby breaking connection with L i N train No 10 which leaves Richmond at G5J7 A M for Loxingtin Frankfort and Louisville This change necessitates going by tho way of Paris arriving at Lexington at 1015 a m or taking L E train at Winchester and arriving at Lexington at 955 a m Fare to Lexington via Paris 173 instead of 100 as beforeiPersonality is What Counts Clerks have much to do with the impression that the public gels of a store but back of all stands tho proprietor Ills personality and his policy pervade all and create tho business atmosphere of the house Old Case Settled The Court of Appeals overruled on last Thursday the petition for a rehearing in the case of Sallio E Walkers Exr vs W E Luxonfinally settling a case of long standing in the Circuit Court hero In 1887 W E Luxon Sr gavo to Same Walker a mortgage on a certain piece of property here in Rich mond During tho same year ho sold the property to S n Parrish who in turn divided it into lots and sold them to various parties among whom were Lyman Parrish and W L Arnold To subject these lots totho satisfaction of the mortgago was tho real object of this suit but Judge Benton decided that on account of no suit having been begun before fifteen years had elapsed the property was not liable and the Court of Appeals sustained this decision The plaintiff was represented Sullivan Wallace and tho dcfcndents J C Chenault Triumph For a Kentucky Boy Annapolis Md June 0 Commander Carlo 11 Brittain U S N a Kentucky boy has created aflutter in naval circles by bringing tho battleship Massachusetts to this city through the dredged channel The Massachusetts when she came in last Saturday was drawing 20 feet 5 inches Her width is 70 feet and her steering qualities are none too good Commander Rrillain brought her through the channel at six knots speed and never onco changed it but made use of the naval tug Standish to assist steering She is now moored right off tho Naval Academy In bringing tho Massachusetts from Greenberry Point and anchoring her just oft tho Santee dock the battleships officers have established tho record of being the first to navigate the fiveyear old channel with a battleship of first class Heretofore commanders of big ships coming to the academy had been content to anchor three miles away and mako all trips to shoro and transport all mail and supplies in launches over this distance Allough the channel was de signed for tho very purposo of getting big ships to the dock and was finished five years ago it has never before been navigated by a firstclass battleship Courier Journal Commander BrItain is well and fav orably known here having married Miss Mamie Baldwin and his friends aro watching with interest his rise in the navjj Tho Massachusetts is ono of the ships that will go to Europe this sum mer on a practice cruIs- eErronccus Idea Since the filing of tbe petition calling for an election on the whiskey question JudgeShackelford tioa and refuse to order the election This is an erroneous idea The law plainly says in section 2551 Kentucky Statutes that Upon application by wr lten petition signed by a number of legal voters in each precinct of tho ter ritory toafTectcd equal to twentyfive per cent of the votes cast fn each of said ri ts fje1 1at sen r tf d when fortown or city election the num beroftvotes cast at tho last cityer town election it shall be the duly the judge of thecountrcourt in such eetraly at tho ext regular term thereof after receiv onhleordertpok n1dby tItle thai how v r elk Judge c1frd mifhi WM Uptm the u Ii- T i fU IjW W f J Thousands Going To See Aeroplanes Glenn H Curtiss the Worlds Greatest Birdman to Be At Times Aviation Meeti Nothing that has taken place in Ky in recen years has aroused near the in terest that is being manifested in tho Times Aviation Meet that is to be held in Louisville at Churchill Downs on June 18 and 19 and recent achievements in aeronautics havo served to create an intense desire on tho part of every person both old and young to see aeroplanes in action The recent remarkable flight of Glenn II Curtiss who flew 150 miles from Albany to New York and tho previous performance of Louis PauHian the Frenchman who flew from London to Manchester in England aro still fresh n tho public mind and as Curtiss heads a team or aviators to appear at Tim Times Meet thousands will journey from ail parts of tho State to see this wonderful birdman duplicate some of his remarkable feats Besides Curtiss will bo Charles K Hamilton who has entered for the 30 000 prize fight from New York to Chicago C J null Mars who also will try for this handsome purse Hor are B Wild who is to essay a flight from Chicago to Louisville by aeroplane and Carl Bates who is also a daring sky pilotEvery railroad in Kentucky and Southern Indiana has mado reduced rates for tim two days of the meet and tickets will be good returning on tbe Monday following In addition many railroads will run special excursion trains to Louisville for this occasion on which the fares will bo remarkably low Every indication say railroad officials is for tho largest crowds on Juneh18 and 19 that have ever visited villeThe aviators obtained by The Times have already proved their mottle and tho meet promises in every way to outstrip any other given in the United States Tho Times is spending thousands of dollars to bring these birdmen to Louisville and tho enterprise doubtless will prove attractive to thousands of persons all over tho State few of whom have ever seen an aeroplane in action Vhus its educational value will make it well worth the time of everybody who wishes to keep abreast of tho time An Explanation Editor Climax- I wish it know that tho signature of T C Adams which is allixcd to tho whiskey petition published in your paper today is not that of my brother T C Adams My brother is not in tho city nor was ho here at any time while tho petition vas being circulated I am sure that those who know my brother know that ho would not sign a whiskey petition under any circumstance but maybodeem it proper to male this explanation L P Adams Shelbyville to Stay In7 It was reported some days ago that efforts wero being made by Mt Sterling citizens to buy the franchise of tho Shelby villo ball club but tho owners of the club havo made all arrangements necessary to keep Shelbyville in the loaguefor the remainder of the season Easy to Cure Coughs Colds Sore Throat and Catarrh Breathe Hyomoi It will euro catarrh or any noso or throat trouble if you follow directions Dont lay it aside spittinghaveare sure that tho catarrh germ is dead and that your air passages aro free from their poisonous influence Hyomoi troublesthat pronouccd Highome is the only treat standing that if it did not cure it was to cost absolutely nothing Ilyomei can be obtained at druggists everywhere and at B L Middletons who guarantees it to cure catarrh croup sorothroat coughs and colds A com l1capforaspecialIsts An outfit consists of an inhaler abot otanliepticgauzeAstructions lor use The inhaler is math willlastoostOnly Aa0 a1i1t F P Clay Jr Pani1KiayS I have had great succeswitiilourbon JoccaSionshave o Frankfort Ky Juno 10 ttwncss ignorance and duplicity tire aigod by the State Board of Equalizati j against tho Assesors and Board f ervisors in tho report of tho ye rs irk to the Governor Auditor Ja ics flounces that if the same kind cfwo k is done next year then he will e lea r to have indictments found again Sho officials for uumuiiiivu in unit T a average increase was S per cent Mrs Ella L Leachmail lore Ind says Please send mo a otalo of your Bourbon Poultry Curo as sun as possi ble This remedy hagticon recommended to me as tho poultry euro known R H G DO7YS- URVI3YR 4 solicits patronage of tho nmliifT ser vices ofa competent mailldr s RICHMOND Kfvrl1K1 Public a e- We the undersigned i of J T Henderson deceased wi Saturday June I 10- at 1 oclock p m soIl to t igln it and best bidder on the premiswellKy tho following descr prt perty towit Two houses andat d ono store house These ho mo all in good ropahlnd have nilar out buildings Also one bug pring wagon ono gentlemans le and household and kitchen furn i TERMS All personal pro cash Terms on real estate mad own on day of sale NOR POWELI AFFA RATBUI- CTIU T HEN toN MALCOM llnox Commissioners Sale Richmond Water Light Co Pltff vs M N riggers c Defendants Under and by virtue of a judgment W Maytermundersigned Master Commissioncr wilf on i Saturday July 27 J90 in front of tho Court louse door at 11 oclock a m soil to the highest nnd best bidder 45 shares of the capital stock of tho Richmond Water Light Co Said shares of stock will be sold by tho share and tho purchaser will be entitled to ten shares or so much thereof as ho may desire or a sufficient amount to produce tho sum of 51057 and the cost of this action Said stock will sold on a credit of three months boI purchaser being required to execute JJLablocent interest from date of sale until paul or the purchaser may pay cash if desired II C Rice M C M CC Commissioners Saki J R Azbill Guardian Plaintiff vs Ethel Azbill Defejidanr judgmcptandterm of tho Madison Circuit Court inf undersignedMasteron Saturday July 2 JO tinCourtthofollowing MadisoncountyLying on tho watorsadj Hays Forkof inthocenter of Boron pike thence wi center of tho Uerea pike S 31 W polesstone edBigbeginning containing onehalf acre Said property will bo sold on a creditS of six months tho purchaser will bo approvedsecuritysioner bearing 6 per cent interest until propertyH C RICE M C2t1 0 C UNQLE s4is WORRIED iIabout the high price of meats 4selvescost by selling such line meat that there is no waste what ever What are you going to have on th- eFOURTHSuppose you order it now and ontimeC Q CULTON r Sufcssor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREETTELEPHONE 125 j UNeLE SIM HAS MONEY U I countrylie cashboxesknowing his business Sup pose you take the hintand deposit your in the YT cQI tI bank Open an account now so your money will bif0 from 4th of July fire possibilities H i FO SALE A Woodlandavellue Richmondand 4 rooms hallupstairs kporchk r wellainedtg c buiIding S5 1F 1i s Ie l otherout 4 workniuiterjoiis finished in of ouse handsomelypapelFrUcuars Calton W LE3L- LDS 6d iA SANE PLAc i 1WC tNp AVE RICUMON K TITCW t jJ1 i Sect qp2 v 2 i 71 9HR TRICHMOND tIMAVt 37th YEAR yJf i t 0 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE15 NUMBER Z- a tN UNE BARGAINs AT EL v ELDERS CMIDo tlot e s 1 I LookAIL22 and 20 Suitsnow 1498 All 1800 and 1500 Suitsnow 1248 All 1250 now Every one of these Suits ar beautifully tailored and madein the veryI1styIes 1 Mens Khaki Pants Made with belt loops side buckles cuff bottoms tabs on hip pockets 25RegularI75 American BeauSy Corsets jAre correct in design workmnBq and style making a garment tlnot surpassed in this country a price withiu reach of all It necessary to havo a bulging purs obtain a corset of tho latest styl long hips sheathe and direc effects and these corsets are n1 for women of largo figures as wcl for the ones of slender form Amen Beauty Corsets brinlfout to vantage the graceful lines and cor any imperfection with absoiuto fi dom and comfort to tho wearcrfi1 ingthissaloato8cBig in Corsets During we offer birgns in Corsets AVo R G and Beauty Corsets ar to perfect We sample corsets fi his J Reductions on Ladies Underwear Ladies Muslin Gowns 44 48 59 fl8c 000 Vests So 500 Bleached Vests L 5c 500 Corset Covers 10 19 2D1 and 48 cents Ladies Union Suits 2535 j 48 and 98 cents I Dress Goods This is going to be the opportunity of a life time In cases prices have been reduced to tho point where YOI ViI be able to buy the dress goods linings and for the making for what the dress goods alone would cost you The early bird gets the Ladies Tailored Dress Skirts Parama Skirts made of an quality iwell tailored and with taffeta in and brown regular 450 values we offer at 8298 B Fine rhiffon Panama f NV rnmwl with folds of same material black and brfai V UHI S050 values 148 McGall Patterns rB in m1tOrId J- s fthile Bolts in now scroll and Jancjpattcrns with peiiri buckles Exceptional values 10 cents c 4 jabots fitSv trimmed Jabots plain and ts iy Torshon Laces for anti wt Extra good values 5c yard if Panfsols for ladies and children 10 15 18 39 Tfe j8 125 it c r lH i 2 Suit 998 to Ve Just Received Emperor Shirts for Summer 25 Emperor Pse A 75c 50c for 45c 49e this sale some extraordinary carry American tThey guaranteed giyo satisfaction secured500 sale Big 121148 Bleached many trimmings andpay actilly bargains Dress excellent Panama trimmings blackolue Dress Skirts Wash BIts embroidered Lac6 onesided Laces underwear household and 198 Have Shirts Shirts and i Ij500 and Drawers Iblenched sold for less for 25c Shirts and Drawers lar prico our price fi MeCaH Pattern No 3121 a TIwGenterxjf i iUth W1Mtktic NpieWt ofi in gsHri pNlUiIMIi variety at Xearri Jewely atace marked frtw of novel qtM anot be dupfoM king 4tn t- ar6f I a4 J Will promptly his Specializing Suits for Men at We going mike very novel proposition and if did not have confidence could afford such thing any Richmond and ask see the suits they sell the garments carefully take your about it inspect the thay are up the seams the and in gs then come our store and compare you see with and will prove to your entire satisfaction that are able to save you Remember that price we have all that is styles weaves patterns and can furnish with any you want BoysSuits Every mother wants her boy lookas well or even better than some one elses boy Iler vish can be grati fled if she visits our store Boys Suits now S14 Boys 250 now lBS Boys 350 Suits now 248 500 Suits now Our and andt 500 Sample Work blue stripe black and stripe solid black attached 25 cents Bargains Mens Pants 125 and valuesnow 98 2 00 values now v values now values now t v Tl49S 450 500 values now 598 Star Union Overalls look bette lpugqrariJ every pair warranted Summer Underwear for Men SOc Balbriggan Underwear u u u n Mens knec lrawcrsi shirtsf With or without slwcvcsr r gular 35c quality per garmentu 25c Millinery Flowers and Ribbons- We are offering special pricesnearly the price Be Sure to Visit This Department and4ScIjtMens Perfection Mesh Shirts never than SOc McnsNainsook regu 50c nD5c ATTRACTIVE CLOTH SUIT nost not for Ex new Shirts in 1 Ladies Open and Shut Fans 1 4 13 29 and 48 cents I Lace Curtains Every housekeeper likes to have windowslook neat and This can dQ with fine Lace Curtains AVc arc to give you biggest have over seen worth pair now Curtains worth lpirnow n Curtains worth 2 pair now worth 5 pair now82os r cCaI Pattrm A NEW COSTUME1 Bargains in Mattings QilalpthidLinoleum Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade Only E y ELDERAbaction SiIV4 thoir ourooJaljey krlar 9ipJ GI goin mesHun1ey buy or sellypurlouse farm town lots or any thing eiei0 the Real Estate line business intruste f to lWU win be and rmr fully attended to bin if seryieiSa fcrfc u I4rc7 t4 WILu4- Wig t iM iiur- ieIoI 1 b ctIp 1irItwby011 I248 are to a we in these suits we to suggest a Go to clothing store in to 1800 amine time thefab ric way make look at button holes till to what elsewhere these 1248 suits we just 552 at this in you color that at 1248 200 Suits Boys 348 and collars 150 148 itOO 2it8 350 wear 39c Xolnsook former 000 8 19 24 her attractive you the bargains you Curtains 75c SOo 69o OSc Curtains RUSSIAN ANy See Deed Mt vMcCall Pattern No 3283 HANDSOME FOULARD GOWN For Sale eggsforJianspnCItKItrcOmtf FOtSk iarkItf 1 ATOOO J TFJELL- Ret LsC IRKM 1 Reincarnate CN wYork silo i Should auld acquaintance bo forgot Tho bells cliimo softly sad and slow Shah all bo as it had been not And birth and death forever blot Long long alThe surfthat shines in deepest hazo Shed on thopast a fairer glow lost thoirforgct the tender rays That lighted those far distant daysiLong long ago Oer Egypt sand the shadow falls Tho sliadejbsit hidolji all we know Beyond our beings utmost walls Tlio sunlight glistens naught recalls Long longago The highest peaks of India reach And beckon us through their snow Canst thou recall their ancient speech Or speak as wo spako each with each Long long ago O bells pfniemoryl Ihyour chimes My bciilgcurrentllmdkward flow I feel the breath of anoiont limes Tho magic airs of vanished climes Long ionngo Should auld acquaintance bo forgot AVouldsl thou makaaHsivor aye or not Shall things bo as they had been not All unrecalled our common lot Long long ago An Experts Opinion Of Shin DIs- eases A prominent national export on skin diseases whoso name you arc familiar with says that in all his scientific expe rience he has never found so hard a dis ease to conquer as Eczema Yet ho docs not hesitate to recommend Zomoas a most successful remedy for the treat ment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He says that not only do its curative quali ties make it popular but also tho fact that it is clean liquid remedy for extor nal use A great improvement over the old stylo greasy salves anil lotions which arc not only unpleasant to uso but do not destroy the germ lifo that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can bo used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladly supply those who call with a freo sample bottle of Kcmo and a booklet which explains in simpld language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with Zomo tf The Comet on theWayne Halleys comet about which so much has been written and spoken has been plainly visi ble in the southwest during the past week and nearly every person has seen the so called wonder It is not however the brilliant dazzl ing spsctre that wad anti and is inc nquence a disappointment fl11Qmet receding at therate of 3000 000 miles a day and will soon be lost from view not to return again for 75 years The head is about like a star of the second magnitude in appear ance and the tail extends across the southern sky in the direction of the planet Jupiter the bright starAs measured by the eye the tail appears to be about twenty feet long and three to five feet wide Salaries for Minister The census returns show that the annual salary of a minister of the gospel count ing all denominations is but B663 peryear The Unitarians pay the most average of 1 t 53 The Jewish congregation pay 1222 and the various Presbyterian bodies average over 1000 The Baptists Methodists Ghisterians and thers which form the bulk of the Church Membership iir the South pay much less The low salaries paid the colored preachers have a decided ten dency to lower the gqneral average Jtpr Sale- I hag several good building lots for saioilocatcd on Lancaster and Brock Ave Locatlony drainage cot the very best Most sdosirable for apartment house or Hvlrigjesidenco Any One iliy tcrcstcil in purchase plcaso call on the owner Mrsi D M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf L ForSale Having heckled to move to the cou- ntryI xviirsoll privately my residence on Broadway This is ono of the nicest and inost convenient homes in Richmond Tho Tosidonco contains eight rooms large attic and basement bathroom and electric and gas lights with all necessary outbuildings nnil 2 acres of land Gall oti or address r P u Brpaddns It JUchmohd Ky If youneed your iriowcr or binder re paired call on Itio Richmond Mpt6fc Plumbing GtK Richmond Ky vgIXES reaoi Vermifuge JJ 11WRA TEn UJ 11 nnM R EMEny TK- rS rc PMDY I PLANET PROBLEMS F We Really Know Very Little About the Celestial Bodies The amount of Ignorance not yet C11greahot know for txampFc whether the planet Venus rotates If It does It may YegttatIonUIt Is clothed In eternal cloud Of Saturns rings we cannot say whether they consist of millions of tiny moons like brickbats or whether they may be sIJlnlI1gdustIt Is cover with clouds though of their substance we know nothing and according to Professor Lowell andJ Sir William Hugglns some of the bands we see on It may be rifts In the clouds revealing the body of the plan et Little lines crisscross these bands Photographs of Jupiter taken at Flag staff observatory seem to Indicate that these lines too are the upper clouds of Jupiter But whenever we see a planet wo see it badly Even Mars the most clearly revealed of them all Is con stantly obscured by a refracting haze so that even of the famous canals though nearly 000 In number only a few are perceptible at a time and an unskilled observer would probably not make them out at all Sandstorms sometimes snowstorms sweep thp surface of the planet and because the Winds of Mars are very gentle and slow moving these occurrences take a long time to pass byLondon Family herald HE AMUSED THE CUBS Then the Young Lions Took a Turri at Amusing Him A negro attached to an African hunt lug party met with a curious adven ture says an English paper Wander lug one day from camp he surprised two lion cubs at play and thoughtless ly commenced to amuse them lie was only too successful The big cubs gamboled fearlessly about him and to his dismay refused to desist when he Wished to leave them Realizing the danger to which he would be exposed should tho mother appear he began to run but the cubs refused to be shaken off and in their play scratched his legs In fearful fashion That the creatures were thoroughly enjoying themselves was evident from their manifestations of delight and before long their unusual cries brought a lioness leaping to the spot Trembling In every limb the negro faced the growling animal while the cubs continued to Jump up at him eager for further caresses The en raged lioness moved round uneasily in a circle man and beast keeping their eyes steadily on each other Sev eral times the lioness crouched to spring but the man from fear never shifted his gaze At length after what seemed an age when the negro was ready to drop from exhaustion the animal suddenly called her cubs away and disappeared Into the surrounding scrub An Artists Struggles Professor von Ilerkouier the famous painter had such a struggle to gaul arriving in his early days that had It not been for his Inexhaustible stock of patience and self confidence be would probably have abandoned art entirely lie sold his first picture for 2 guineas and later on earned for a short time a couple of pounds weekly for a woodcut which he supplied to a comic paper This modest salary corning to a stop he was at his wits end to know what to do He applied to a troupe of minstrels for au en gagement as zither player but In valu and then took to designing carpets For some years he battled with poverty achieving no success until he obtained employment on a weekly lustrated Journal London Globe First Oil Well In the year 1853 E L Drake of TItusvUloPa drove the first oil Yell Like 1thcr pioneers he was regarded as a dreamer or a fool and people laughedait the Idea of tapping asuo terranean oil lIthe It was only by pretending that he was In search of a bed of salt that he was able to got drillers to work for him When the borer hid reached a depth of about seventy feet Drake fouud his antici pations realized and he was tho possessor of an oil well which with the aid of a hand pump yielded him twentyfive barrels a dayNew York American Malacca Sticks The must costly walking sticks come from the Malay archipelago and the most highly prized stick Is the nialacca cano To Insure straightness these sticks are reared In glass tubes A good malacca should be a yard long not less than au Inch In diameter at the upper end perfectly straight and smooth and of a very dark chocolate color slightly mottled It should be used delicately for the lacquer which gives IJI beautiful gloss Is easily chipped Lqndou Graphic But They Can Mrs itlugginsWhen a girl Is mar ned she Is apt to think hcriroubles are over Mrs ISuggiusrVos she does Jnotsefuijo realize that tilings can go aunlsslwlth n MriIbliadelphhi floe rjJ y Relief My patience taxed very of ten w lllu4ticeYOUg t rehlqfiu the iisuniwuy Whats lhair vSwearlnrlt Baltimore Amer Tui i GotPI n for Our Merchants A novel plan for drawing trade to a town has been Vorysucccssfully carried ouLin many of tho bluegnns sections tad is it has worked outS satisfactorily in a number of places it might boadopt cdwith ndvaulago bylhls city WoVIbnt w mttoQn1iak iiunibor when a go d thiiigicorapsnloa The plan ris carried out othorplnces is us follows An agreement was reached between all the merchants whereby they offered special SXQS oiitertaiu days each merchant Sjlectirig some spccialT lino of goods uponwhicliha miwlca lower price than lat lillSo rdry goods houso would sell feves at ji special price while anothcr wfInd offer bargains Ih dross goods Otto h rl1woinerchllnt woulrlretije ljw price on pans Every noM rHjo ii grepr lenl dM1 CJirew Wkw UM wo cetiMicts ec tieveIiyI 11 ativtot the UUuTh5td3 Ult- 4ef t lu wbetJi ilr all caes ri aeai1tbair wives roipodd 1t i 1 iY tiM Free Childs Remedy What mother is not looking for something that will help her children somethingforbowel trouble Long ago she prob ably has become convinced that a child cannot readily swallow a pill theniinance that usually they work too drasti powerfultroubleofremedythatDrCaldwellsmotherwhowhatyouandonebeinltsimply LDavIsstreetLoulsvlllesample and now they write that they thehouseIt Is undoubtedly a great family rem beingmild theIdealold folks who need something pure mild beIngtonic properties Uso it for the most livertroubleguaranteethat pleasedtodesire for yourself or familypertaining tp absolutelyfree detailForname and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B Caldwell R500 Cald well building Montlcello Ill STOCKTON SON Kentucky Fair Dates Richmond July 20 21 22 23 Madisonville July 19S days Henderson July 26S days Lancaster July 273 days Versailles August 34days Danville August a1 days Lexington August 86 days Taylorsville August DI days Uriiontown August D5 days Harrodsburg August UI days Vanccburg August 10days Lawrencoburg August IG1 days Sbopherdsville August 173 days Broadhcad August 17J days Ewing August 17I days Sholbyville August 231 days London August 234 days Erlanger August 2f1 days Nicholasville August 303 days Fern Creek August 30 4 days Elardinsburg August 303 days liarbourvillo August 312 days Florence September G3 days Monticollo September63tlasl- lodgenille ScptombcrO 0 days Falmouth September 2S4 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sep tember Odays You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from R A B BARLOW Agent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him about The Badges Steersman 525tfGott desire to purchase your wool and will pay best prices for same 420tf 25 per cent off cash for bundle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine 52 13tf The Climax 1 per year J R Pennington Dentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky 25 per cent off cash for bun die work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St Ring 52 13tf Nothing is so Beautiful iron SUMMER CLOTHING H Hand AS Embroidery 0 Miss Eva Roberts carries everything now in patterns and supplies lien prices cro rcasonableand work guaranteed Residence Firstst rear White Wines drug store Eggs Eggs Eggs Wo arein the market for all tho fresh clean eggs you can bring us This is season for storing and we wilt pay you the highest market price Gott Bros Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands Th r Northwestern Mutual Life In ranee Co willloflnmoBeyat 5 per rilllalldsonApply to Ji C ChsnibiilL Attv 09 t RicliHioad Ky Muiit Pttpiis Wanted linn organfziiig aclass itt mho1othp- iaulo and voice Iorttosunimwtoiitks tpbegaC BOW 1 will receive pu44sat- nY hoMe t1 N tldreetI If w lanOL SSl uhee r piid by1irl dk Bdwin M 60tth tket 8ore MlL l iS 44 rbb cffnf2 9 4 i lI f 1910 white cipated St- Ring A1TSo1dsO- ur i stock full arid complete all bought before the recent Advances We carry Standard Highgrade Well Known Brands 1 sucii ASy sThePratt Lamberts No 61 Floor Varnish Johnsons and Old English Floor Wax Eagle Strictly Pure White Lead Carter Strictly Pure White Lead LeadOurGet our prices your Paint wants We will save you money WILLGING 213 West Main Street Wall Paper Window Shades Pictures Frames Window Glass and Mirrors z Jew QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care your skins Bring your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season 7 harman Grocerj = Company BuckeyeWalking Ridin and CULTIVATORSRenowned A bolter line of Cultivators has never been produced as they Will Do Perfect Work and Las Longer lthan any line on thomarkct Thousands of satisfied customers 1 tesJify can testify to the above V For Sale By t Douglas Simmons Deat Brag EVERYTHING Hardware Implements Roofing and GutteringN- ew Place Second Street Telephone 20 Some Specimens of Premiumsj OFFERED DY Madison County Fair Association July 20 21 22 and 23 1910 Without Entrances Deductions Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding anYlIgedUU 200 00 Harness Stall Ion or Geld ing u 100 00 Saddle Stahlioifliroor Gelding 3 old runder 100 00 1 J i is on old for us other IN on TIlE or Maro years Roadster Stallion Mare or Geld inganyago10000Fo- als of 1910 either sex dUlOQOO Plantation Saddle Horses 100 00 CHAMPIONSHIPS5 percent to nominate 5 per cent deducted Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 50OXi 200000 in liberal class premiums for Horses Mules and Jacks No Entrance No Deductions Fine Music by the First Regiment Band of Louisville f Indestructible z The clear full brilliant tone of Columbia Jeetrc tible Cylinder Records is the best reason for their grow ing popularity x v Bnt its a fiae thing to know they cant inwr M matter how careless you stay be and that tk y will iewf wear out no Hatter how Many times you pky u35 cents 1 can ra catalog I MdiBr A spleRitid rtoire to ckeoae frwi iwto it right iloiigiiJames A ParkejFirst Street RIChXW 1 srAl 1r liuiU ClothingI i j BEGINSI SATURDAYMorning ITk JUNE18 Am 8 olock If you are looking for more than Your moneys worth hereyk Mens 2oc and 35c suspenders Loom End Sale Price18cWe bought especially for this sale 50 dozen good live rubber suspenders in Guyo and fine kidl end goods nice enough for any gentlemen to wear Dont fail to see 100 children blousewash suits nicely made fast colors stripe Madras Regular 75c and100 sellers our Loom End Sale price 48c 200 Ladies fine white embroid ered Dutch Collars worth III up to 25c each our Loom End sale price 8 rIIl 100 pair childrens Brown Linen knee pants bought especi for this Sale Reg Ially price 25c our Loom sale price 15 Plenty of extra sales peo insure Prompt PIeservice Needles Shuttles and Bobbin for use in All Makes of Sewing Machine We are sole agents for the beat machine needle made We can fit any macblmo IK aaodla shuttles and bobbins If your machine is not toning good you need a new shuttle get it sow at LOOM End sale price Coprtalt 161hSQILO8 MOS r4 co Fin OeAai Make Iieerc and HYeCII v J w D H OLDHAM CO LOOMrp WAUr 2 t Lam tarDNti SALL This Sale of Sales Our Greatest Loom End Sale Beginsr at 8 O clockand nds Saturday Night July 2nd lQlO All who were fortunate enough to share in the benefit offered to careful buyers in our former sales Know just what this means and you may be sure they will be on hand early to get their share of the Bargains offered To those who did not attend our former sales we will say that on this occasion we have spared no effort to make this our biggest and best sale We were fortunate beyond our expectations in obtaining the merchandise for this sale Included in our purchase were about 30 large cases of Loom Ends of high grade merchandise bought for cash at a price that enables us to offer them at a less figure than the present price of raw material Remember these are not old or shop worn goods but are all bright fresh new stock the present seasons style and patterns just received from the mills If they were not Loom Ends they would cost you two or three times the o rice asked Re member the price of cotton has recently advanced 25 to35 per cent but our goods are going in this sale at less than the old prices Dont put off coming get here early for this merchandise is too good and prices are too low for it to last long and youll have to hurry or some one else will get your share of the Bargain y 30000 Yards best 7c Standard Prints at 3Jc Per Yard 1000 yds of yard wide black Taffeta Silk guaranteed quality our regular 125 quality will be sold during this sale per yard 70 ets Mens Clothing S3 mens2pieco suits good style best make 5aridThese are the most wonderful values in mens suits we have every been able to titer It is a startling demonstration of value giving that will surprise even the oldest cvstomers of this store- Clothing manufactures have been having a great deal of trouble Cold weather has pre vailed In many sections of the country lte tailors be coming alarmed countermanded their orders this completely upsetting the calculations of even the largest manufacturers The buyer for our clothing department was able to take advantage of these conditions and bought 400 suits of the very finest material and best styles In all kinds So low as to enable us to announco a bargain event of tremendous magnitude These are garments for middle age conservative dressers and garments for the man who wants his clothes to be cut right up to the very minute Do not overlook this sale come as early as you can for you know that the early choosing is always the best splcct while the stock is com plete plenty of help to servo you quickly Mens odd pants in great tables full at prices marked in plain figures so low that you will wonder how It can bo one Come and see them Loom End sale of 227 womens Leather Hand Bags Its fairly bewildering such a variety of styles sizes and shapes made of real leather in walrus seal goat imitation allgalor and etc 8 or 10 inches over lapIng frames stitched strap handles strong clasps Inside coin purse Every woman wlthoat a Bethell1 ht Wait cbf Long L4ii uoflCtS 1VIay 1u Disappointed I Ladies Shirt Waists Wo will have on sale about 3oO Ladies Fine Shirt Waists all white some of them Tailor made with laundered collar and cuffs Other lino lingerie and embroidered handsomely trimmed with lace and medalions Some solid embroidered fronts and hack collar and cuffs Tucked to match Theso waists are in all sizes and many dIfferont patterns and are worth up will to be75cBest Made BestKno- wnsHaeion Cal L ATS aQ1 a MojrN J r0 flM g gCIg cQuC C QEC 0 ev oj scoc a u a s aotSgooo0 1f = = Oco = 00 r 8 w r iC 7 C ro ro roAA J E Our Loom End Sale of Muslin underwear will be the largestsale of muslin underwear ever seen in this cit y Our stock consists of only thcbest goods manufactured best in style fit and material Childrens muslin pants neatly made ruffled and tucked Ages from 2 to 12 years regular prico 9c150 Sale price QbroideryC One lot of ladies muslin gowns cut roll and long high rice39COne lot of muslin gowns about 12 or 15 styles Begs lar12fj value slipover slips lace or embroidered In 89aadc We ije always busy at our merchandise and buying new staff whoa manufacturers get scared and want to sacrifice their stuff wo are ready to buy as we buy we sell You can always buy for much less mosey at oar store than anywhere else MEET ME AT OLDHAMS1 BS Bee Cam hj Store II xr ENDS SATURDAY I Night JULY 2nd 1 1910 Jhis Sale Offers The greatest Values for the east Money 300 mens heavy work hirts i solid tan blue and stripes i best make Regular 50c 9PC i Jig baskets full of Armours- C ebrated Toilet Soap in all it best kinds 3 cakes for lOc Iring the sale Mennens and Colgate Talcum wider Regular 5 SC lers Sale 122C 00 miens new style madras a 1 cal shirts for men up- r0ate tyles worth toS1 ach LoomCa Idsa lyards Hope Londsdale MCotton worth from lie FunstC bk for the Red Tickets e II show you how iSie 500 Ydlllhi A Bordered Gingham in ftsh 8ular390 fine Elipelts in black white navy tan IOcEndealoprice3800yds W Impson solid colored Lawn and Batistes pink b Lavender tan andblack worth up 5cLoom8cpriceOrte lot of iildrdns assorted cloth caps in all 14cLoom50 dozen beamed towels put up one dozen to package Red Boicr used principally for BarbarsII 39cpnOne lot orr ies parasols bran new styles in 9etcC I Odds andnds Remnants Silk Our immense Itpues been culled out placed on the counter measured and marked in plain figures wijfcRed Loom End ticket prices so low that it will bMin for yon to buy them lengths running from IjuO yds Come pick the cherries while are 8BNow buy Laces Hamburgs and Em broideries the enttstock which is a big ono has been marked down You will be surprised at thd low have named on them Never have you pricesI buy them so cheap all the now patterns aUUrs go in this tale at Locm End prices remnants have been measured up put in a box wan up to 25o yd Price 5c One lot of homeafn Linen the most stylish wear makingtailoredRegular price 35o BByd Loom End sale- price 18c One lot of elbowjjpgth silk gloves in black tan pairLoom OxC to 500 pair ladies s silk glove all colors and onsizes regular 75c pg sale price O7C priceper 2c Ginghamsinregular pnce Looiaid sale price per yd 3C 15sIzeC stripeshnanflfiil12c Loom End Regular price 71 c One lot of CllUZslompers just the thIng for childruns play blue nd tan nicely trimmed 39wayC One lot cornea suits in muslin underwear beautlfnlJytrInutedwl 8pc COMF4piyHcattyRICHMOND KENTUCKYYour Neighbor be Here better Come T Ii CoI LOOM V I9EJF K = v JIII 10M In preparing for this rare pricecutting Loom End no department in our store has been overlooked as we want to make big inroads allover the houseespecially broken assortments odds and ends remnants and sui plus stocks They must consequentlythe darySATURDAY Morning JUne ismat 8 0 cloclrAhis Great Loom End Sale starts withevery price forced to the very lowest notch This Sale will be a Cash Sale not a single artice will be charged Cashwe need cash we must have J we we as In it Di is of so It is IS In to a is in it to it to no in at to a tt x in tan blue and cban regnlarwayIr Silk full with and Wo are in out a line of and and vests knee etc End Sale the lot for oven have Good Loom is word shoe have gone stock and lot sizes of any kind of shoes so put shoes ou racks and half on them to clean out shoes new this stuff We of sizes of them and we put low on them to get them of Look if find size you will shoe of any kind our Fine for our Win men our and roes line shoes been in this Big Bad Sale at End the by in our We of the car tons the ber arc all are out the over the save for all all One rack will be filled with some very fine for and dee low we put on them for this sale to the our stock of Suits Fine and and in our wear been out fast we want them to go 12 been on for our Loom End Sale The best are t theScinet y t = = w- Sf 7f IiL The Busy Store 300 yds npin Loom Eud pri One case bath extra 50o kind our sale I Lace we have ont the stock and when we had one or two of a kind left we took them out and are in our with a lot of for this sale miss them you can buy nice lino at very low were for you the will suit you The will suit you Come and get them of fine nets and at less than half for the sale are in the miss All up to 353 will be sold at 100 per there is a lot of in from 5 to 15 We have put a sao on 15 of all wool were 604 and 7o J Salo to closo them out Room size lirur els 1250 Sale Best size inn full f1750 Sale Fine Room size a lire of pat terns our End Sale price s S lot of very wide and very nice End Sale price I 100 I alt 4 ply at las I Sale If a G to save Ic on a of fat she to save 5c a on a bill of To of the Bed 20c in to 10 Sale 5o0 red size Our 20c End Sale price lot of in are but dont the in a way 85e each End sale last very and extra Bcd a I Sale fib no more to be bal u n One lot of fine bed cut 300 aU This is like linen but very 25 per yd End sale per yd some 200 flue carnoc Very and all I per 19o End tale r c yJ- 1l i = T 1 W D Oidhant ENfE the nc iC kind in for the big sale you want at sale One lot fine lisle hose black 50 mens extra line hose mann c If you need a Suit Case or it now at End save Q 400 in for 12 l2c Salo C 4CO solid Our be a sen you It be quantity the we ever derful success of our has of our all the We to see care over We did We the notchselections are for in your good tune pared biggest bargains Opportunities LatchString Hangs t rt llt We Want Nothing to Leave This Store or cents worth That Will Not be Loyal to Our Earnest Endeavors Sale Begins Saturday June 18th ClosesfWe speak honestly speakwithin bounds emPnasize this sale SALES econony over any ever held this Every fitstripped Hundreds of will never be exploited In but here together with scores that will be emphasized not not of the merchandise many instances goods were bought this sale and ItIS this the biggest sale that we that the low prices Its chanceIts your chance aody9Jr ofwisdom taking advantage of We are our with satisfied buyers THIRTEEN DAYas has crowded before and we earnestly you be one You mistake buying the End that appeal you values that you will appreciate at glance Come You will to v 150 Fine Silk Petticoats black green made beautiful ruflles tucks showing basement Boys Underwear Long short length draw3rs athletic shirts Loom entire thirteen days Shoes Shoes wcfound theI throwcd ajuay marked just about price them Remem these good seasons out the house racks you your money Every Queen Shoes child reduced price for Loom prices Oxfords misses children WhileI price Ladies Tailormade Etc Owing extreme spring Ladies Wash SuitsI Skirts separate Coats ladles readyto havent moving as as About price has named them styles assured the Mercerized white ground colored stripes regular seller Bleached towels length prico cu19c Curtains pricesIn Curtains culled pairs they hanging basement together imperfect curtains bought Dont curtains slightly imperfect figures Ihey bought prices curtain Remnants Draperies Dotted Swiss Curtain etc price they basement Dont them Remnants matting quality yard quite them about remnants carpet price Elegant Rugs Regular price price Room Bruscls Runs beautiful pattern seamless Regular price price for 1895 Axminster Rug regular t2250 grade Loom Our Fmbroidcrv Ifine assortment perynrd25cI 39c1 HX95 1725 dozen Iiand Linen collars retail 75cjIprice t PUZZLEwoman will walk blocks spool thread how walk yard laces Ans the middle block to Oldhams Big Loom End Sale 300vatds A C A Ticking feather proof regular value yards price genuine Iluck Towels border large regular Loom lOne Ladies Bleached Vests manufacturers they slightly imperfect effect 6clItocIILoom puke white 69cI 160 large heavy white spreads regular value price knotted white spread corners extra heavy price 125 yards Li8eR Bordeniu colors thing much prettier Regular price Loom price 95c for 10c yards bordered linen suitings thing Tailored suite skirts regular price yard Loom price 9cl 6MEETMe ArOLDHAMs i o sale never Donegal Flouncing Startling Every cut price Youcangtt prices 1cmanufacturesladies thread TXSaledozens fSaleTrunk Valise hand- Bag buy Loom priccsand money 5duriyards extra heavy llopsier Cnint colors price nseaa work regular dayards liner finish Suitings jl20o 2Z Purchases For this big sale sation to will fore you the Jargest and greatest bargains have offered The wonr former sales attracted the attention every manufacturer want business and they fairlydelugedmanufacturers productswent them and fully looked the various lots mighty good best these top open you this big sale Our good fortune is for We can only say come to this sale Come pre to get the you eyer saw sut dollars when THE SALE OF ALL its slips lnge roof stockJn the store items prIces they ore items cost The for make have ever given are named great i4of going crowd store for invite them can make Great Loom Sale Prices will Come Come have hurry guaranteed complete Mens sleeve prieoon prices Quality Shoo KrieelandVDnc department through ladies Suits Skirts backward Tailormade everything department WBJUI Linen Turkish Lace especially lengths Jds- values Quality choice will guaranteed longb l2c sellers worth regular they fringe Ilnjih colors Bel reductions Hosiery Depart anything ribbed blacktfalf solid shirts Simpsons put They picking selected and Ps been ladies boys will over some of Skirts price they choice worth The American Lady Corset tpeople have seot usilHg shipment of Corsets in alHhe new styles for this safe 3iahatetheir instructions to wlllheja Ydu know what that means You wiirget the best cprsets for what cheap ones would cost you IB regular way If you need a new corset come pick outyonr style rtbetryoras flpt SiBfudbj us r i 1e 4 t 1 ft 01411amt Jtt i3- 1 jflJ i z = 2 i 2 co RICHMbND KENTuCKY0 i 21 a t offering tP ws t 1 do p y j Section 2w r 7 t jt L ri i l rut RICHMOND II LIMAx 37th YEAR rf RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 1910 NUMBER Ii QNE BARGAIN ATEV ELDERS iT tiffonWttothes- f i Lo kAll 22 and 20 Suits Y498 All 1800 and 1500 Suits now 71248 All 1250 Suit now 998 beautIfullytailored Mens Khaki PntsrMade with belt loops side buckles cuff bottoms tabs on hip pockets 25Regular American Beauj Corsets i I Are correct in design workma it and style making a garment tS not surpassed in this country a prico within reach of all It necessary to havo a bulging pursi obtain a corsejof the latest sty long hips sheathe and dir cl effects and these corsets are na for women of largo figures as wisl for the ones of slender form Amen Beauty Corsets brin out to vantage the graceful lines and cor any imperfection with absolute ft dom and comfort to tho wearer jl ing this sale 08o Big Values in Corsets this sale we offer some extraordinary bargns in Corsets Wo carry and American Beauty Corsets ijuaranteed to giyo perfect satisfaction We secured500 corsets fi his sale Big Reductions on Ladies Underwear Ladies Muslin Gowns 44 4St9 08c S12J 148 500 Bleached Vests 80 500 Bleached Vests 5c 500 Corset Covers 1019 20 and 48 cents I Ladies Union Suits 2535 48 and 08 cents Dress uoodsC This is going to be the opportunity of a life time In many cases prices have been reduced to tho point whoro yot will be able to buy the dress goods linings and trimmings nl1 pay for tho making for what tho dress goods alone would actilly cost you The early bird gets tho bargains Ladies Tailored Dress Skirts Panama Dress Skirts made of excellent quality Panama well tailored and with taffeta trimmings in blackjlue and brown regular S450 values wo offer S298 U M Fine rhiffon Panama Dress fIN lv finwl with folds of same material black iyy v nil S 050 values wo offer at 148 4 tf McCall Patterns are Best in tfi vVprld Wash BIts i White embroidered Bolts in now scroll and fan ylaLterns with pearl buckles Exceptional values 10 cents Jabots Laco trimmed Jabots plain and onesided effects cents LaceslTorshon Laces for underwear and household ji Extra goodvaluesCYardp trParasols for ladies and children 10 15 18 39 7fc 125 sad 8108 1 1 4 j tt ii t j i it J Y th r now 11 1 J at I than be 50 We Just ReceivedOur I Emperor Shirts Summer 5 Emperor PBc- i A 75c 50c for v 45c St with i incy patterns extra good 49c During R G IThey ap sample an at and- br4AI u 1 Pants pairs Mons Mesh Drawers Of tli RIch Ktistio iilyerwj a11 gearolii krtkta j J d a Will buy town elie at We to make a very novel and have these suits could a toany store and ask to the suits they sell 1800 amine the take time the way make the seams look the and then come store and what you with these 1248 suits and will prove to save you just 552 that have that styles weaves and you any color that you want 1248 mother wants her boy to look as wen or even better some elses boy Her grati fled if she 200 Suits H S14a 250 Suits H 1H8 Suits 248 500 Suits 348 n t Have for Shirts and Shirts collars plain and IJdiW with wish store and and solid 25 5125 and 98 2 00 nowr 148J 2 8 values 450 and 500 i H Star look wear anr every pair for 50c Bilbriggan Underwear = u Mens Nainsook drawcrs shirtsKvilh or without slecvts regulars quality per garment and pricesnearly i the Be to Visit This Department Ladies Muslin 22 29 39 and t8c A Mens IIoso n 80 500 Shirts and Drawers sold for less than SOc for 25c MenVNainsook Shirts and regu I 0arl McCaH lATTRAaiVE CLOTH i jwel it tf Ht their 4M aay it Cq i not not Go for Ex up our your sat that are able all one now now now now H in 150 now HOO now v 350 now knee We 1000 Half never Pattern SUIT rh our ric can I and Fans 13 19 24 29 and 48 Every likes to have and attractive This you with Laco Curtains We goin to give biggest bargains havo Curtains worth pair Curtains worth 1 pair LL Curtains worth 2 pair Curtains worth 5 pair 293 A NEW RUSSIAN in Respectfully Submittedto the EVf ELDERt TriCenter Al1actionrM s1Jewelwhldiutotbe dupo- s4kIcskcrIII IiA house farm lots ally thing the Real Any to bUD will be to see himif his re- IL need for we did confidence in Yfe afford to suggests thing clothing in Richmond see carefully about inspect theJab thayare at linings to compare see isfaction we atthis price we is hew in patterns can furnish at Every visitsour Boys Boys Boys3 Boys Shirts 500 Work Shirts blue stripe black white stripe black collars cents Mens Pants values values values flI V2J98 values Union Overalls better longer warranted Men j 39o 25c are offering special former price Sure Perfection 500 NO3I21W entire 000 Ladies Open Shut 148 cents Curtains housekeeper her windowsJook neat can dQ fino you urn you ever seen 75c now 39c now 69o now 93c now or or in if it to are 1 McCall Pattern No 3283 FOULARD GOWN fed Trade Only Htmleyfsellyou business intrusied promptly afitehdecl services Specializing Suits Men 1248 alirioing garments buttonholes elsewhere llemenaber Boys Suits Sample attached Bargains Summer Underwear Millinery Flowers Ribbons 1bleached Lace rPatMrn COSTUMESI HANDSOME Bargains Mattins Oilcloth LinoleUm Cash pvil EMatejhie and- earI4uliy proposition For Sale Leghomeggstot 1canMi ClixnKR1c t pmt It DJtRii11OOd FotS1c 7 partAplytr c ji1 Toan- 1L 1 i I jXI 1IIL7X AV Reincarnate jNgw York S nt i Should auld ncquafntanco bo forgot fTho bolls chime softly sad ads1ow Shall all boas it had been not And birth and death forever blot Long long g J Tlie suffthat shines in deepest hazo Shedon tiropast a fairer glow Dost thoir forget tho tender rays That lighted thoso far distant days Long long ago Oer Egypt sand tho shadow falls Tho shade that hid lt all wo knowl Beyond our beings utmost waIl Tho sunlight glistens naught recalls Long long ago Tho highest peaks of India reach And beckon us through their snow Canst thou recall their ancient speech Or speak as wo spako each with each Long long ago 0 boIls ormemoryl In your chimes My beliigs current baClhyard flow feel the breath of anciunt limes The magic airs of vanished limes Long longago Should auld acquaintance bo forgot AVouldst thou makaanswor ayeror noY Shall things be as they had been not All unrecalled our common lot Long long ago An Experts Opinion OI Shin Diseases A prominent national export on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar with says that in all his sciontific expe rience ho has never found so hard a disease to conquer as Eczema Yet ho does not hesitate to recommend Zemo asa most successful remedy for the treat mentof Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp Ho says that not only do its curative quaIl ties make it popular but also tho fact that it is clean liquid remedy for oxtor nal use A great improvement over tho old stylo greasy salves anil lotions which are not only unpleasant to uso but do not destroy tho germ lifo that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surfacoand destroys them leaving the skin clear and hcalllfy Can bo used freely on infants Ilbnry L Porry will gladly supply thoso who call with a free sample bottle of Zemo and a booklet which explains in simplex language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with Zomo tf The Comet on theWayne Halle3Ts cornet about which so much has been written and spoken has been plainly visi ble in the southwest during the past week and nearly every person has seen the so called wonder It is not however the brilliant dazzl ingsp2ctre that weihad anticipated and is inc niequence a disappointment J5Eha6Qmet receding at theTrate of3000 000 miles day and will soon be lost from view not to re turn again for 75 years The head is about like a star of the second magnitude in appear ance and the tail extends across the southern sky in the direction of the planet Jupiter the bright star As measured by the eye the tail appears to be about twenty feet long and three to five feet wide Sarades for Minister The censusreturns show that the annual salary of a minister of the gospel count ing all denominations is but 063 per 3reai The Unitarians pay the most average of Si tJ53 The Jewish congregation pay 1222 and the various Presbyterian bodies average over 1000 The Baptists Methodists Ghisterians and others which form the bulk of the Church Membership in the South pay much less The low salaries paid the colored preachers have decided ten dency to lower the general average EriSal I have severalgood building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Brook Are Location drainage oct tho very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Any 0410 in terested in purchftsO jtlcaso call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright 1 if I FrSae Having decided jo 1YOO the coun tl1 wiJellpr 1I lx my residence on Broadway This isonqof tho nicest and mostconvonieht homes in Rich mond The Tcsidcnco contains cigfil rooms lafoaUicJand basement bathroom andOj3ctritr nU gas lights with all Hcccssary outjundings mil 2 acres of land Giilioupr address P B Broaddns tf Richmond Ky If you need your mower or binder repaired caR on the JUchm6nd Mot6c Plumbing Go Richmond Ky VEtrESJr- eantVermUuge r UJRAI tEED mm R MEUY t tt4 rit trJ j tC aIoF WmID1lV P ANET PROBLEMS IF We Really Know Very Little About the Celestial Bodies Tho amount of Ignorance not yet verygreatnot know for example whether the planet Venus rotates If It does It may vegetationlIkoIt fs clothed In eternal cloud Of Saturns rings we cannot say whether they consist of million of tiny moons like brickbats or whether they may be shiuhlgdustIt Is covered with clouds though ot their substance We know nothing and according to Professor Lowell and Sir William Dugglns some of the bands wesee on It may bo rifts In the clouds revealing the body of the plan et Little lines crisscross these bands Photographs of Jupiter taken at Flag stair observatory seem to indicate that these lines too are the upper clouds of Jupiter But whenever we see a planet wo see It badly Even Mars the most clearly revealed of them all Is con stantly obscured by a retracting haze so that even of the famous canals though nearly in number only a fw arc perceptible at a time and an unskilled observer would probably not make them out at all Sandstorms sometimes snowstorms sweep the sur face of the planet and because the Winds of Mars are very gentle and slow moving these occurrences take a long time to pass byLondon Family herald HE AMUSED THE CUBS Then the Young Lions Took a Turn at Amusing Him A negro attached to an African hunt Ing party met with a curious advcn ture says an English paper Wander ing one day from camp be surprised two lion cubs at play and thoughtless ly commenced to amuse them He was only too successful The big cubs gamboled fearlessly about him and to his dismay refused to desist when he wished to leave them Realizing tho danger to which he would be exposed should tho mother appear he began to nm but the cubs refused to be shaken off and in their play scratched his legs In fearful the creatures were thoroughly enjoying themselves was evident from their manifestations of delight and before long their unusual cries brought a lioness leaping to the spot Trembling In every limb the negro faced the growling animal while the cubs continued to jump up at him eager for further caresses The enraged lioness moved round uneasily In a circle man and beast keeping their eyes steadily on each other Sev eral times the lioness crouched to spring but the man from fear never shifted his gaze At length after what seemed an age when the negro was ready to drop from exhaustion the animal suddenly called her cubs away and disappeared Into the surrounding scrub An Artists Struggles Professor yon Herkouier the famous painter had such a struggle to gain IfTIvIng in his early days that had It not been for his Inexhaustible stock of paUenco end self confidence he would probably have abandoned art entirely lie sold his first picture for 2 guineas and later on earned for a short time a couple of pounds weekly for a woodcut which he supplied to a comic paper This modest salary coming to a stop he was at his wits end to know what to do lIe applied to a troupe of minstrels for au en gagement as zither player but In vain and theu took to designing carpets For some years he battled with pov erty achieving no success until he obtained employment on a weekly Il lustrated journal London Globe First Oil Well In the year 1S59 E L Drake of Tltusvllle Pa drove the first oil well Like other pioneers he was regarded as a dreamer or a fool and people laughed at the idea of tapping asu torranean oil lithe It was only by pretending that he was in search of a lied of salt that be was able to get drillers to work for him When the borer had reached a dopthof about seventy foot Drake found his antici pations realized and he was this pos sessor of an oil well which with the aid of a hand pump yielded him twentyfive barrels a day New York American Malacca Sticks The most costly walking sticks come from tiie Malay archipelago and the most highly prized stick Is the malacca rane To Insure straightness these sticks are reared In glass tubes A good malacca should be a yard long not less than un inch in diameter at the upperend perfectly straight and smooth and of a very dark chocolate color slightly mottled It sljonld be used delicately for the lacquer which gives Ilii beautiful gloss Is easily chipped lortdou Graphic But They Can Mrs M gglhsWlien II sir Is mar- rIed she Is apt to think her troubles are over Mrs HURRIES Yes she does trot 511111 to realize that Jiilngs cati go Jituiss with a Sirs Philadelphia Roe or1t Relief Sly patiene Ii taxed very often i W ll1clioJicc youset relief In the- iisunivay v i WlTaWthafrV SwcarlncJt ott Daltlmore Amer fan r GodPlan for Our Merchants A novel plan for drawing trade W a town has becniyerjf successfully carried out in nwny ofthio bluegnus sections and as it Tins worked out satisfiictorily ina 1berorplaeo it itmrghtboadopt ed with adyauiagobyjhis city AVetibnt want to bba hack liumbor when a gold thingScompanlpnv v The plait lis carrted out in other places is as follows JVn agreement wnsr ached between all the rarclmnls vhcr jby they offered special sil 53 oVxjertain days each merchant sle tin soinc Sjaociatr line of good- stipoiwhicIi1ic i4a1owdr price than- un1 Tiztisooi iry goods 1ipuse would ohIgvei M K sijecistV prtc i vhllQ otl14wwkI olfer bllltain lit dogs frte il Oii hrilwae merchant would ricp the pniciu pans Every llneot 18dVsi rtlionlcd 4s1 aretk lt that no centhicts lcl cUWKn baIEsia df w- uyd1iII Jt 9Z1s4lsdh oatzitIip- ec111 sates being in u tAUt etad rue fariner end 4hel wives rlPOftut in Utoet Ii Free Childs Remedy What mother is not looking forI something that will help in the little ills of life something foe the stomach trouble and the bowel troubfe Long ago she prob ably has become convinced that a child cannot readily swallow a pill ThemindruUcallyerful for tho little ones stomach troubleofremedythatDrCaldweUs motherwhowhatyou andoobelnltsImplyIs the best way to begin on nMrs It ChicagoandLouisville Ky both started with a free theyhavehouse since It Is undoubtedly a great family rem beingmild theIdealold folks who need something pure mild beIngtonic properties Use it for the most livertroubleguaranteethat pleasedto tethefree of charge I plain your case In a detaiLForname and address a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B Caldwell R500 Cald well buildIng Monticello HI STOCKTON SON Kentucky Fair Dates Richmond July 20 21 22 23 Madisonville July 19S days Henderson July 26S lays LancasterJuly 273 days Versailles August 31days Danville August l3 days Lexington August 8G days Tnylorsville August 11 days Uriionlown August 95 days IJarrodsburg August 91 days Yanccburg August 10 days Lawrencoburg August 1Gl days Shopherdsville August 1741 days Broadhcad August 173 da Ewing August 174 days SholbyvJHe August 234 days London August 231 days Erlanger August 21t days Nioholasvillo August 303 days Fern Creek August 304 days Hardinsburg August 30Zi days Barbourville August 312Ilays Florence September 63 days Monticollo SeptomberGaI1nysI- Iodgcnville September 6ll days Falmouth September 28t days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 12O days You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from R A BARLOW Agent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him aboutTlic- Badges Steersman 525tf Gott Brothers desire to purchase your wool and will pay best prices for same 420tf 25 per cent off cash for bundle workat the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St- Ring 52 J3tf The Climax Si per year J R Pennington Dentist Onico next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky 25 per cent off cash for bun die work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St Ring 52 J 3tf Nothing is so Beautiful TOR SUMMER CLOTHING AS Hand Embroidery 0c J MissEva Roberts carries everything new in patterns and supplies Her prices a rorcasonablettnd work guaranteed Residence Firstst rear White Wines drug store Eggs Eggs Eggs Wo are in the market for all the fresh clean eggs you can bring us This is season for storing and wo will pay you tho highest market prico Gott Bros Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands TiurNnnthiwestern Mutual Llie In wranee Ct1 will ro nmoneyati per 11111IU1dlfPApply to 00 RichJtMMMlKy MEUps Wantdl- ioan1zinglhasS in mufcte both piuno and vdefottiostnnmegmsah- i befa iww I will receive pupiJat I1 y ho oii Tofth street ir fJ XJtYT1JI08 t t ForSs Mtt lhoopied brfT50ldhiun HrdW- uthbaterkafi II tbR lsket 5oiit 3 E Or Bhi 1 L 3 8i 3 iIicStii2c b 7 J J 3 a a on r 1AiiiSof All Kinds Our stock is full arid complete all bought before the recent advances We carry Standard Highgrade Well Known Brands r SUCII AS sThePratt Lamberts No 61 Floor Varnish Johnsons and Old English Floor Wax Eagle Strictly Pure White Lead Carter Strictly Pure White Lead LeadOurGet our prices on your Paint wants We will save you money =WILL6IN6 213 West Main Street Wall Ptipsr Window Shades Pictures Frames Window Glass and Mirrors z Atew QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in se- asonIhurtnan Grocer Company andBuckeye CULTIY4TORSRenowned A hotter line of Cultivators has never been produced as they W Do Perfect Work and Last Longer vnthan any ttierlitieon thomarkot Thousands of satisfied customcrscan testify t testify to the above For Sale By Douglas Simmons Deatherag EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing and GutteringN- ew Place on Second Street Telephone 20 Some Specimens of Premiums OFFERED BY THE Madison County Fair Association July 202122 and 23 1910 Without Entrance or Deductions Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding anYII ouun u200 00 Harness Stall ion Mare or Gelding any 1du 100 00 Saddle Stallion 1isroor Gelding years oIdirundc1u 100 00 c i can Roadster Stallion Maro or Geld inganyago10000Fo- als of lOW either sex 0 10Q 00 Plantation Saddle Horses u i 100 00 CHAMPIONSHIP 5 percent to nominate 5 per cent deducted Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age s 500L OOOOOin liberal class premiums for Horses Mules and Jacks No Entrance No Deductions Fine Music by tho First Regiment Band of Louisville Indestructible The clear full brilliant tone of CoIuba bi4eetre tible Cylinder Records is the best reason for their grew ing popularity O Btits a 6m thing to know they cant trade matter how careksa you ay be and that titer will MNI wear out no iatter how many times Y01 piy u L 35 cents Call for a catalog I A ii e to choose froaiwri adding to itrightilongJfJames A Parke First Street Richi 1f f mrt Clothesi FOLadiesand Misses t iZ 4kttyill be found i- nTMrsJ v i LDariowsRe- adytowear Parlor in t Building with Mr F J Ycagors Jewelry Store 218 West Main Street Corns inrwlll bo glad to show you my new lino of Ladies Readytowear In the Latest Styles and Materials When you get my prices they will surprise you and youll come back again f ol I l George English l PLUMBINGDoctor 1 Gas and Gasoline Engines l 5 Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works l for country and suburban homes S l 210 E Main Street Phone 6191 1RICHMOND KENTUCKY I Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make your home as model n for your family as a city ret donee and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations a any time rhis can be accomplished by means of our telepbone ervice whicl 7011 and your neighbor can get for a sum thnt is small compared with the ben headquartersNasbillerate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediate y MIuissipp1vulanaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated a are CardDr Dan Planting has now arrived and you should no delay planting an order for a Stylisl IgEatabllslimo to aro always distinctive ow lug to the care and wo use in cutting and fitting Qeo Marischen L Over Sextons Shoe Store We do Cleaning and Pressing Tele 173 II otherI chines with onlyone usa at more exorbitant I price inbuilt in every NEW MODEL Made remarkably That is one secret of the success off this M Ia illti Some Inbuilt Features Card Writing Decimal Billing Color Work and SMITHW BROS- TYPEWRITER I All these kinds of by one simple our regular ence machine without any extra cost ItUariDII Type Take Spring Time Order- Garments skill Typewriter Tabulating Condensed Stenciling I LC workandothersdone typewriter correspond attachments BALL BEARINGS throughout typebar V carriage segment all important frictional points madeantifrictional The inbuilt devices save you the price of attachments costly things these attachments IItheIImakeL C SMITH BROS Typewriter Company MAIN STREET CINCINNATI OHIO I Why Suffer Are you one of the thousands of women wHo ofCarTer from female ailments If so dont be discour the last half century Cardui has been established in thousands of homes as a safe remedy or only women endure It is reliable dependied r LARD UI I J34 IUIfllleIpYou i J B1ieWriiMjBefore T begn fiirdal I eattl t not dcJ adat work I UI1 J aTt j ZV j4- t ETON PILED IN OMWTY CtMJItTBVWVOT ItS MB UWriNe TAlAZ9CXL ntHi ELBCTION BE HELB MERE ON AUGUST 11 niL UST SF NAMES AFPENWEB TMEJtETQ PuUSHEB IN FULL BELOW Madison County Court June Term June 6 1910 Hon W B ghackelford Judge pre siding Inre John A Mersbon and 405 others ox PETITION This day came John A Mershon and 405 other petitioners residents and legally qualified voters In the city of Richmond and presented their petition Mklng the Judge of the Madison Coun ty Court to make an order on his order book authorizing and directing an election to be held In the said city of Richmond Kentucky on August 11 1910 commanding and directing the sheriff of said county on said date to open a poll at each and all of the voting precincts In said city for the pur poseof taking the sense of the legally qualified voters of said city who are qualtied to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned In said city and asking the court to enter all necessary orders for the purpose of taking the said vote in the manner required by the statute In such cases pr 5vldedand the thereupon said petitioners after presenting their said petitions moved that the same be filed and the court being sufficiently advised ordered and adjuged that the said petitions be and they are hereby tIled all of which Is noted of record and this cause Is passed for further orders herein TIE PETITION SEARS THE FOLLOWING NAMES The letter X used In many of the following names means attested or In other words his mark TheXs in the following paragraph are attested by Wearen Kennedy DEFlora Chas Gumbert WBonnyCW Ageen Current H P Kuhn H O Walker Bergls Bertolozll J R White Geo x Henna J W Davis Chas x CorncIIson Wm Rice J W Delaney Andy x Hisle T H Hurst Jack x Tibbs David Gilbert Jim x Burton EmbryVAlex Payne Cecil Hart C W Lane John A Jones t Albert x Hurt Alex x Strlcklin William Hallow Hallis Ransdell 1Tom Shaw James Hlount P BrIm John x Blevins Gus ChrIstman J 1 Adams In this paragraph the Xs are at tested by J M Asbell Andy Metz Elzy x Brown Joe Khepperd James x Blue Amos Woolery Leslie Francis JMAsbell SF Montgomer A D Gott Burton W MJones Jess Reed Henry Washburn Will x Tye DearlngerWill WhiteJimWalker x White Jim Purvis IiybecGeorge MondayGeorgeFowler John x Grubbs G rover Johnson BestTLanterHenry BrimmHense WattsScott McSwainSLanterJamesHarry Hisle FACroucher HughesShelbyBybee JB Jones SimmonsJamesFred A Miller Frank x Watts PhelpsAFreytagBill x Johnson Joe Hcarald HoganJohnWyt x Hilt ET Nelson attestedIiarnettItJ GumberbvA J Tribble Jr VLMcKinneySr Mat x Lewis x Easley Adam x Gentry Milton x Parks WoodGeorgeGarfield Poland Dave West FifeClRaj mond C Cobb Buster x Evans WaggenerEdgar AIcKInneyJPerlman WInklerJamesAlbert House W It Parke StappJohn MyersSaiti EmoryHenry WalkerJohn GtllenWKingTheaH F Kennedy Win Devore ChrlstopherJiJames Harry x Hopper Clay x Hopper Samuel x Hopper Day Hamilton HowellPaul JSBatsonJDW T Edwards Sam x Rcllford McCowaiWm SeanlanClaytonR L Clark HCJons In this paragraph thel1Xs are at tested by C P Enright HurtGeorge NewmanJohn GarterH6CampbellGeorgeW E Rayburn Richard C Cobb BlytheThomssGeo S Broaddus Allen Palmer TurnerSWilliam Coales iSplhx Duncan GoosmarifleeceClaude HarrisJ J Powers PowersJGentryMaIn this attedGee F Martechea Louis Belsler NoynlhanThomas JR8irrw WilHamxHobbg BurnamHWarfordROYGIJIei Wi1eeS4nglestDWJaSO JC W Cain n JJiDIiWWt = r Go tmtMOO riinning approved designs reasonably priced f I 1 tYourmerit stock proves Clrk excellent ci investment CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS L U MAN AND HIGG1NS Furniture Carpets Stoves Opposite Glyndon Telephone 474 Picture Frames Made to Order A Good HairFoodAyers Hair Vigor new formula is a genuine hairfood It feeds nourishes builds up strengthens invigor ates The hair grows more rapidly keeps soft and smooth and all dandruff disappears Aid nature a little Give your hair a good hairfood Dou not Tchange the color of the half I Tormnl with eseb ShoW n to yefs doctor Aik bla about It thee do M h pay You need not hesitate about using this anyfearofitschangIng Ayers Hair Vigor prevents premature grayness but does not change the color of the hair even to the slightest degree Slafla by the J C Ajer Co Lowell Urn Leslie Oliver Madison x Green A B Slgman Will Miller Wade Reeves Richard Breck G H x Ray T J Moberley Richard Bowles E E Curts Wm Taylor W Wilder Benj x Winkler Charles x Black Fred Wendllng Bob Turner Claud Devore Carlos Warren Taylor Jones Haden Henry x Bronston John W Bowles John x Hockaday Richard Phelps Alex x Jennings Nick x White Tom Gentry H Clay Stone Harry Moberley Tom x Harris James Davidson W1I Ham W W Broaddus Ben Bennett Clarence Bruner Free x White T P Taylor Will Rlddell Thos W Reeves J C Hawkins W1I Creekmoro Fred Devore Alex Ewing Grand x Cavanaugh Tom Mansticld J S Scalf In this paragraph the Xstl are at tested by Mike Peters Robert Green June Oldham Clarence Walker James x Plngston Garfield TevU James x Harris Walker Gentry Andy x Jones Joe Dillingham Rice Howard S A Burton Charlie Harris Noah Tribble Ambrose Irvine John x Green Rate x Rhodes Henry Craig Irvine x Fife Joe Tribble John Hampton James BiirgerstafT Curt x Moore Andy x Wilmore Franklin G Harris Davo White John x Noland Ed x Smith Howard x Braudis Speed x Terrlll Jerre White Hurry x Palmer Tip EC tt Lyman x Ballard Ed x Terrell Frank x Collins Nero WhiteINat x Wlllson Walter Wright Itolla x White C T Gilbert Leroy x Wright John H Smith Leroy White Jas x Shackelford Jordon x Burnam George x Bionston Will Merritt Jo S Million H it Dunn Sam Collins Will x Mocker Chas Stone John x Stanton Jess x Adams Speed x McCreary Andrew Turner Robert Miller Martin R Matthews Robert Ballard Hayes X Harris Albert Turpin Martin Parke Walker x Dillingham These names are spelled exactly as they appear on the petition though many of them are Incorrect Of the 405 signers as indicated by the X mark 103 can neither read nor write onehalf the entire list pre negroes and on one list of 63 names there Is but one white man Judge Shackelford set June 22 as the day on which to prove the validity of the lists and will act on the matter oniclally next Court Day A Fine Mule W L Evans sold to Duvall Lindsay of Winchester a yearling horse mule for S200 This mule has been pronounc edby competent mule to be the best one at that age they ever saw It is by Ben Henrys jack Duke and will be exhibited at the Kentucky fair this year Sharpsburg World You Never CanT ell just exactly the cause of your ibeurna tism but you have ItITo you know that Ballarda Snow Liniment will cure orelieves the pain reduces the swelling and limbers the jointa and musclfs so that you will be as active arid well as you ever were Price 25c 50 and H 00 Fold By II L Perrv How To Make It This is just now the season of the year when the small boy whois noted for his in dustrious habits obtains a bluegrass stripper aHiike8 wthe country iit onlr fc 1I1CO hi two dOl1Riiper day vacation acid eerfcun it is J LhM tiU is Ui kind of kLdI Our =Cirts 1 arc all of per sent meritv10 kind Afe easy and pf the latest and most will time Hotel improved bomal Kavanaugh judges Nicholas during Farm Notes Col D N Prewitt pur chased 241 lambs att cents This is the first shipment of spring lambs this year Dan ville Messenanger Frank Bogie a Fay tte countyfarmerlostS300worthof clover bloat J T Veach sold to W S Gibbs Sons of Shelby coun ty his fine jack Kentuckys Choice for 1000 Ttiis is a high bred jick his sire be ing Dr Wood and damis by Tarkingtons NapoleonHar rodsburg Republican George Karsner of Fayettc county is proud of a hand some medal won at the Nat ional Corn Exposition in De cember 1909 The medal Iwas for a wheat display sent to the exposition which underwent an unusually satisfactory mil ling test Mr Len H Willis Jr of Evanston Florida sent Ml Paul Goddard a big crate containing almost every kind of vegatable and fruit last week He said they were exp rienc inga drouth in FloridaquiteI different from here Mr Willis is a son of L H Willis of Nicholasville Harrodsburg Republican Mr Jere C Caldwell Jr on Saturday sold to Mr Mont Fox of this city 109 head of export cattle for July deliv ery the average price being 726 per hund red The bunch will average at delivery time something over 1400 ponnds and represents one of the largest deals made in Boyle county in several months = Danville Advocate H S Caywood of North Middletown shipped last week to New York a double deck car of sheep including 120 head of lambs of his owns raising thatweigheil73pounds per head and for which Mr Caywood would pay for a like number 8 cnts per pouud The sheep cost from ItoGcents poundW of Paris shipped to the Cincinnati mar hot Friday a ear load of fat hog that cost 9 cents per pound and a car load of butcher cattle that cost 4 12 to 5 12 cents per pound Export cat tie are doing well and when ready for market will be among the best that ever left the county But few sales have as yet been announced John T Hedges has sold to Jonas Weil for June deliv ery two car loads of export steers that are expected to average 1500 pounds at the handsome figurs of 7 cents per pound Bourbon News A Hard Stunt to Perform Congressman Oantrijl who seems to have attempted to stand in with the Burley Tobacco Society and the American Society of Equity no doubt now feels the force of the Biblical injunction against trying to sefve two masters Cyuthiana Demo crat 1 Notice to Creditors AI persons having ci r ganst the estate of Miss Sallio W IstlQ ceased aroToqUesled to fite snout vw tied us requested by law oe W before June 6r1l160l sa f1l e barred WI i ShDaPt7 1G4 M 2s wi a Jl t Millions of Eggs Have Been Put Into Cold Storage Nearly twice as many eggs are in storage now in the warehouses of New York City and vicinity as there were a year ago This is shown by the reports received Tuesday by the Mercantile Exchange The total quanity of eggs in 28 or 32 warehouses was 1 11DOOO cases each contain ing 30 dozens The daily re ceipts are exceeding the con sumption by thousands of cases so that the supplies in storage will continue to pile up for come time it isex egIn28 f warehouses amounted to 615000 cases Speculators ave figuring on even higher prices than thoseof last win ter when the retail prices went to 50 and GO cents a doz en on fancy grades Ever Watchful A Little Care Will Save Many Richmond ReaHers Future Trouble Wach the lnofsecretlon See that they have the amber hueof health The discharges not excessivo or infre quent Contain no brickdust liko sediment JJoaria Kidney Pills will do this for you They watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick Mrs Th K Walter Dill Street Lan cxsler Ky savs I never fail to praiso Doans Kidney Pills when I have the oppertunity lliave never been without a supply ol this remedy In the mybackbecomtloses alwajs bring prompt relief For some time I from kidney toorrtqaentknew that my kidncgs wore disorder fortuneand through their use my kldnAvs were conditionFor 50 cts NowYorksoleatcntstho narue Dpansaud take no other mlm Found Three keys attached together with lawhide string Owner can have by calling at this offlico More than 3000000 bushels ofcoaJ loaded on 226 barges conveyed by 14 of the larger class of Ohio river towboats left Pittsburg Saturday for the South This is probably the largest c9 1fleet that ByMonday000 bushels of coal will be sent out Dr C H Mamhart Graduate liege oClifcagoU Veterinary Surgeon Onko at J n Azbills Stable lRes Richmond Ky II Dr Robt G Boggs Dentist Teleplipnj27 Office in Ofifham BuUding 1f O DM OHEN AULT 4TTORNEYRATTJAW UCHMOKD KXNTUCKV Office op Second street over Chen alta grocer R Emmett MilKontSa- ccCMorto IJargin 5cjn- nyDENTIST Qyerstt r8IiItrut CoauyT- ELEPROMEt i A v T Ylylitt il Do ufftUoKT opLOottb sIuan f tTlljIi too tIIIIf psaa I Ifeiattd and CotoraB If its aioor or a door either inside or out a boat a canoe or your piazza steps theres a WHIZE FINISH FOR IT Tam ti BntlBfactloD or year money tack Try Kyinlxe satisfy yonwell Henry L Perry Richmond Kentucky Mound City Paints may cost n trifle more butI Stockton son i 24nly Mr Clinton Woodard Wilmore Ty says I cured my hogs with your Bourbon hog Cholera Remedy and my wife tried some sick turkeys with your Hour bon Poultry Cure They are both splen did remedies Notice According to City Ordinance a permit must be secured from Chairman of Building Committee before erecting or repairing property within the city limitsV and those failing to comply ordinance will be subject to infliction of penalties proscribed T S TODD Chairman Building Committee Commissioners Sale E Robinson Guardian Plff vs Annio S Robinson Defendant Under and by virtue of a judgment of the Madison Oirouit Court rendered in the above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Madison Circuit Court will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder in front of the Court House door in Richmond Ivy at 11 oclock a m on Monday July 4 1910 the following described property ATract of Land on the Blue Lick fork of Station Camp Creek in Madison county bounded as follows Beginningitt a stake at the in tersection of J W Parks west line now Robinson lino with the center of Bluo Lick road westwardly to a stake in said roada pine and white oak marked as pointers by Silas lull and Kiah Crooko thence with a neW line N 41 AY 184 poles to a while oak marked as a corner also marked K C on J Bal lard line with said lino S to a corner on a din thence to said Hills to said Parks line to the place of beginning including the house built by Fielding Golden in 1852c containing acres more or less Said land will bo sold on a credit of six months or the purchaser may pay cash if ho desires If sold on six months time the purchaser will be required to execute a sale bond with approved security payable to E A Guardian with 0 per cent interns thereon until paw with a lien retained until all the purchase money is paid II C RICE M C M C 0 h Coal = Co- alCoal All kinds of Coal for the coming change of season Why wait until the last Get your coal now and be prepared for what might come Why not try our Celebrated Rich Moun tain Jellico Coal An order will convince you that this coal is the best you have ever us- edyfliofpeCo Hay Corn Oats Straw ASPEN AVENUE Phone 184 8eefClubs Farmers Butchers NOTIOE I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right Ring phone 363 M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY S S S tSLs 4 I eSI Ii- I Good Things to l dellIThat idi we cattY Whether staple like sugar or a fancy table ItLacy and In a flhtit7 absolutelylcpcudab1e I I Slust Every product examination that enters this store I its fbmndssuperior merit ceJEach brand competes for prd=I and none gains a pl= on ou1llTS A If it taut to measure up standard of quality J I One of the recent successful contest t Itsfor representation In our line is 1 I I I I 0 = I ef selected J I iaarkct8 The Klecta I dry flavor uring and JIn Ing I fthefinest + if would Z than other A fCompar it At I Tate ohI 111f I n Representative COLLECTEDELECT JRA 3t 258 E Main Street Ky I have opened my be glad to receive your list of For City Pro perty or Farm Lands property well advertised RENTS in home l1etin You can plow onethird more ground ahd nottire vrt yourself or horses with the t C 1Ridingi THE GENUINE 1 Walking Brown Cultivator will last longer and do better work than any Walk ing Cultivator on the market Call and let us show you why D Shackelford COa Sterling 1 Clothes 1 ARE THE BEST L CLOTHES terch Tailored Ready to pear T Guaranteed not to Shrjnk or Fade 5O years experience the 15 factory guarantee jn S suitStall sizes from 4 sthalIest boy to largest I v CmanNeweststock tindty to select from Jl Fin Line New Style t Hatsland Furnishing Goods Suit- Cases Trttiiks Umhreitae eteat lowest prices ft high class goods B Stouffer 1 OJWJjIiaWi II t Piim i4 1 n fik n 1 2 1 t t t t I Oh The Solid Comfort in a roomy arm chair See those we have They are simply irresistible in their invitation to sit and rest wellAllyouwill 4 IBENNETTandHIGGINSUNDERTAKING Why Wait Until the Very Last Minute Dont procrastinate Dont bo foolish Take time by tho forelock and get in your Coal now We Deliver Quickl- yTelephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A t thatourahave been cottlnp elsewhere and possiblyless Fall Weigh or Coal Forfeied BroaddusS VaughnOr- chard Street Lime Cement Etc If 3 ou are going to sell out 1 ind want your goods to bring Hi they are worth get I W Shearer White Hall Ky con lust your sale His narges are reasonable sIce cream in any quantity at Riccis For Sale Fifteen male Duroc shoats weigh about 85 pounds Wm Park R F No4 Richmond Ky jMi t StrayediFrom T H Collins place on Muddy Creek a steer calf weighing about 400 pounds Information will be thankfully received Rufus Sams tv Found Pair goldrim spectacles were left in our store some weeks ago Owner can have samo by calling at our place of jsiness Covington Banks j152t FqrSale Privately tine Mission Flemish oak bedroom set one Majcctic range one Florence heat ing stove large size and one iron bed all now J R Johnson For Rent I will rent residence on corner Summit and B streets until Jan 1011 This h one of the nicest homes in Richmond the building containing six rooms elec tric lights and water gas in kitchen F j 1521 J R Johnson Out Sale 7Closing Golden Flora I wish to announce to the public that I have on f hand a handsome lino of monuments and grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 32tf 0 II PIGG Assignee Notice to Creditors s All persons having claims against the estate of G A Smith deceased are requested to file same with me verified as requested by law on or before Aug 18 1910 or samo will barredW j15 4t Administrator Mrs Maude Mackey Walker Hair Dressing Parlor Bring your combings and have the made into a braid transformation pieces puffs and other hair pieces I can afford to do this work at a reasonable price with rnynew machinery which incurs greater rapidity and less expense Hair dyed j raids restored to original color Highest prices paid for combings Office phone 5j5 home phone 202 Two doors above Stocktons drug store 420lm f Farm For Sale Asexecutor of David Chenault de ceased I will sell privately tho home ce6t Mr Chenault on Irvine pik- eni6 is one of the most desirable hom ift Madison county situated one mil aC Richmond The farm consist W tfcifty acres of finest blue grass soi- t MM wwinty and is especially suitable realroMMirllh eight rooms hall etc and outbuildings and an bun- aOee It n e sary of running water in addition to cfeterac the farm is rko a very Roc ofOn orobard loads of fruit and xlany q Bttyof locfwt ABJWM Mrtnct iaMftM Ute 6 vptaHc tt ljrtoJ IXnnawPnj t tisI c 1 Around Town1 Try Riccis ice cream tf playinghaocRicci delivers ice cream anywhere in the city Give him a trial order tf Dont fail to attend the St Johns League day at Kirksvillo on Friday i Juno 24th If you need good machine oil call on Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Richmond Ky Mr Dave Stevenson is erecting a nice new home on Fifth street on the lot adjoining the Methodist parsonage One of Madisons splendid crops is be- Ing harvested Tho farmers aro busy taking care of the bluo grass seed Elsewhere in this issue will be found tho advertisement of E V Elder Read it and see tho many bargains is offering Aft Masons and their friends are expected to be present on Friday Juno 24 at St Johns League day exercises to beheld at Kirksvillo The game which was scheduled be tween Winchester and Richmond to be played last Tuesday was postponed on account of wet grounds The government has decided that the booms along the Kentucky river are a detriment to navigation and that they must be removed by July 1st Mrs V II Uobson bought on Last Saturday the house and lot on Third street known as the Prowitt property from S Q Royce for the sum of 4000 The petition of Henrj Youtsoy asking for a parole was presented to tho Board of Commissioners Tuesday but their decision in the matter has not been an nounced Robert Dillingham who was sent to tho penitentiary for twelve years from Estill county for manslaughter and who has served seven years has been granted a parole Aro you getting your stock ready to show at the Richmond fair If not you had better get busy for they arc offering premiums that aro worth gong after The P A C Infirmary wishes all patrons of the Normal City Laundry to save their coupons for the Infirmary Rand same to Mrs George Simmons treas urerw D Oldham Co have a couple of pages of matter in this issue of the Climax which every person in Madison county should read Seo what he says about their great sale The body of Jesse Witt who was drowned in the Kentucky river at Irvine on May 24 was found Wednesday about six miles below Irvine having been in the river for three weeks AJ Anderson Co of Louisville were the lowest bidders on the heating plants for ilia two now school buildings and were given the contract Their bid 4180 was the lowest of six bids Tho pioneers went to Frankfort Fri day for a series of three games but up on their arrival there thoy found the ball grounds under about a foot of water so the games were postponed Cuban Clubt cents County Clerk Terrill issued marriage license to Leslie Shockly and Melia Land both of Bcrca and Wm Turner and Mrs Martha Turner of Duluth last week Both couples wore married by Squire Dykes Statistics show that Garrard county is the largest hemp producing county in the United States and Boyle county is second There are 23000 acres ol hemp raised in the United States and 20 000 of that acreage is found in Ken tucky Ricci has the best ice cream in Rich ttmCarrol C Chenault a merchant of Mt Sterling has Inaugurated a movement to secure brick streets for that town He is getting many signers to a petition agreeing to pavo the streets in front of each property owner and the movement looks like an assured success Ho hopes to secure 20000 in a few weeks when work will be begun The International Sunday School Association takes this method of inform ing the district secretaries and officers and all others interested in Sunday School work that there will be a meet sing at the Second Christian church in Richmond on Saturday June 18th at 2 pm L jl Slagner County Secretary Since the publication of the petiti callteg rot a vote on the whiskey goes Lion the following signers pf that peti ttoii ajpf ear d before county clerk and asked j4i frttwk names be striekia frog itr J D nay Chas CoratKM iJutHrPbeIL etlsss I s4rttttttttte taV 111 1 sin rir1 f i w tia p i C i z FBig StoreImprovement SaleGoes On No Let Up On PRICE CUTTINGClothing Shoes Hats and Furnishings Absolutely Slaughteredi i We are Forced to Make Room for Store Improvements I Lack of Time and Space Forbids Price Quotations We Can Only Say to Every Man or Boy in Reach of Richmond Come and See for Yourself Come and Share the Benefits of This Big Sale i + k 0 N COVI NCTON and BANKSTHE STORE FOR QUALITY + i + zE2E = = = = at =2 = rSix Months Each Walter and Leo Finn of the White Hall locality were tried before Judge Shackelford last Friday on a charge of stealing two bicycles from W J Taylor and W L Wise They wore given a sentence of six months in jail Goes to Irvine James Taylor of Valley View has been chosen by the city fathers of Irvine is chief of police of that place Mr Taylor served as deputy sheriff in this county for a time and ho was a fearless ind oflicicnt ofllcor and we predict that the bad boys of our little neighbor lownSwill have to toe the mark Faculty Reelected At tho regular meeting of the Board of Regents of tho Eastern Kentucky State Normal School the entire faculty and teachers for tho ensuing year were reelected with the exception of Prof Payne who resigned to accept a chair Forithoelected in Dr Paynes stead Good News for Teachers County School Superintendent Noland informs us thad he has received a draft for the money duo the teachers of the county and authorizes us to state that they can receive their checks by calling at his office This is good news for the teachers for this money has been duo since February but owning to the condition of the state treasury it could not bo paid until now Thanks The Richmond Climax is thirtyseven years old this week and like wino im proves with ago Editor A D Miller will in a fpv days become president of the Kentucky Press Association of which ho is now vivo president Lexington Herald Tho Richmond Climax is thirtyseven years old and grows better withage Carlisle Mercury Full Power At a meeting of the dirictors of the Blue Grass League held in Lexington last Friday it was unanimously voted that President Ussery be given full pow er to employ and release umpires and that they are to bo entirely under his control President Ussery is makin every effort possible to get two umpires the equal of Wilkerson an says he is not going to stop until ho is successful Prospering- It is not generally known that a form cr citizen of Richmond Mr Field White has been granted a patent on a regulator which controls tho flow of gasoline in gasoline engines and that a strong company is manufacturing it and that Mr White is acting as its representative at a salary of 3000 a year comIhimself to be a machinist of marked ablHCyand his many friends hero ar glad to know that he is on the high road to success Judge Benton Sustained Tho Court of Appeals handed down a decision last Friday in which the apron for a writ of prohibition to prevent tho trial of Grover Fish being bald in Jessamine county was denied This decision sustains the contention of the Commonwealth that Fish should bo tried outside ot Xadiso county The case wilt come up t Jessamio NovemlberTho opinion of the Court of Appeals in tko above case will be published in tall in text ivif Climax JfighWlI the lastea WotUr ev u rdedGthls bastkaa tussis part k peiMsrdkr st wHit 1iw e rigor iaa o j Independents Pooling Tobaccot 300 Acres In Paint Lick Vicinity Are Pledged by Men Heretofore Outsiders Buyer of American Adds His Own Crop CallpaiglThis SPECIAL TO TILE HERALD Paint Lick Ky June 12 Arousing joint meeting in behalf of Madison and Garrard county tobacco growers was held here last evening in the interest of the Burley Tobacco Society pool A largo number of farmers was in atten dance The meeting was called to order by Dr Amond of Lancaster and was presided over by Dr Amond and Mr Jesse Cobb of Richmond representing Madison county Mr Bradley Wilson manager of the pooling campaign in this district was the principal speaker In a clear forcible and eloquent address ho thor oughly outlined the pooling proposition TnnEE nCSUKED ACKE3 PLEDGED About three hundred acres of tobacco were pledged by independent growers who had never before been members of the pool composing many of the largest growers of Burley tobacco of this section So apparent was the pooling senti buyerforfoughtthoIt is so plain to mo that everyone in this section is in favor of tho pool this neighbors aboutnbook and agreed to induce all he could to signMr Beasly was of tho opinion that at least one thousand acres would be pledged immediately in the vicinity of Paint Lick During meeting Mr Wil son pledged the organization to build a receiving house at Paint Lick largo enough to accommodate nil tobacco pooled and delivered at this point OTHBK MKKTIVJS SCHEDULED intorviowMrg thatddays to justify the erection of a receiv ing house at this point goodfeelingunderstanding that another meeting would be held here Saturday Juno 25 Mondayncampjlignthroughout holding school house meetings in the various tobacco districts at the follow ing times and places Red Rouse Wed BoggsSchool 18nat goLancasterto s 0of Garrardcounty addressing throwers e ovary precinct in the county For Sale A nice new cottage with all modern conveniences situated on SmithBallard Sor further particulars apply tot Fan E Watts Smoke CubanStar5c Made a Great Hit Prof E C MeDausle made a great rhit with the Warsaw people giving the best comineaceBaeat address that ha over been delivered fn the tartar I think hiU Pftt1rIWicIIt4ioswlel gaeb a asntimedt in favor of iwhoel mftw m at thw y actual illlita8u i It eDl irg MtY d br a frfcnd liiyl M pa 1ta pdbtloNiaa BIRTHS Mr and Mrs Chat Wagers of Kirks are receiving congratulations of- heir friends over the arrival of ason born last Tuesday Travelers Madison National Bank soils Travelers checks issued by First National Bank of Chicago Good the world over jnolS tf Stockholders Meeting There will bo a meeting of the stockholders of the Madison Co Fair Association at the office over Walkers store on 2nd street Saturday June 18th at 230 p m New business of importance to be discussed- J B Walker sccy East End Church Temperance Rally iRev Mr Rainey the popular and talented pastor of the East End Christian church announced Sunday that there would be a big Temperance Rally at the church on next Saturday evening at 730 Tho program will embrace music and brief speeches by a number of our local citizens and all are invited to attend Matt Cohen Gets Eight Prize at Illinois Horse Show At thoSpringfield Ohio horse show iCohonIof Edna May the champion saddle horse won the fivegalled championship Prin cess Soula won the threegaited cham pionship and run about class also Lady Pierce won the roadster champion ship The horses were shipped from Springfield last Saturday for Lex inglon where they remain until tho opening of the Richmond fair in July Commencement Exercises Of Caldwell High SchooL Commencement week was a success with the Richmond City Schools From Monday forenoon when the primary students entertained their friends until Friday evening when diplomas were conferred upon the dignified Seniors of the Caldwell School the entertainments were crowded with good things Every event came off as programmed except the conferring of state diplomas upon the Common School Graduates by lion W B Smith of this city Ho was not present owing to tho fact that tho date notifyingnot sent Tho senior entertainment on onjoyaWe exceptionthe High School for high class enter taining ability The proceeds of the evening was 40 which goes into tho library fUhd The musical at the opera house on Thursday evening was to ho yearsTheevidenced the careful training of the children by their teacher Miss Rogers The proceeds were 110 tho net proceeds of which goes into the library fund rogularcommencement largeandwas furnishedjbylho school orchestra of which we are all justly The invocation was by trey Scanlon The address of the evening was delivered taiOweaeboroRhontJs Ills themo was tho Student gait the State and tho address WM IIHJMJ a classic in its lofty Ideate and NfMitiiil The lwjrejipfcrrti upon nine graduates by c3yMpertntendat T J Coates Their nettitr are Messrs David ONeil and 13eenie Uobrowsky and Misses SUlb Pbeipa Rauell 8tcuffeivM ud e Hayden AIwWfwSieMtJIWWJ1GtrdittAt This done of the itfi id the hkulwry f wr k sllS St Johns Day League The St Johns Day league of Madison County Masons will meet this year on Juno 24th at Kirksvillo Madison Lodge being the hosts These meetings here tc fore have been great succcssss No better place in the county could be found than Kirksvillo neighborhood where the people are famed for their hospitality Let every Mason in the county come and bring his family and friends and his lunch basket Fried chicken and apple pies will bo ripe and hens just the right age Everybody is invited whether they are Masons or not Caldwelland Barlow Schools Names of Pupils Neither Absent Nor Tardy In the Year J 909 JO Grade 1 Mattle Jones Phena Cain Grade 2Mary Buckley Harry King Ray Stanifer Nellie Smith Robt Mal loy John Sanders Alice Rogers Amy EdwardsIGrade 3 Nathan Deatherago Calvin Taylor Mary Barnes Lydia Church Elizabeth Edwards John Marcum Grade 4 James Asboll Maudo Frey tag Walter Hamilton Marion Lilly Cecil Oldham Katherine Edwards Lee Rogers Cordio Shearer Grade 5 Clarence Miller Annie Bur gin Taylor Otto ONeil Tomrnio Vaughn Grade C Nannie Hayden Dcalhcrage Bessie Sanders Susie Coates Pearl BaxterLeroyGrado 7 Lucilo Buckley Rogers 8 Carrie Allman Tommie House David Deathoragc John East Tressie Million Emma Sanders Harry ITano Rice Burnam Taylor Mario Terrill Grade 10 Leah Asboll Ruth Scrivener George Gumbert Gjado llMary Allman Hallio Golt Alleged Perjurer ArrestedJ- oo Howard who was a witness in the case of Charles Forknor which was transferred from Clark county to this county and who it is alleged testified falsely was arrested at Harlan Court houso last Tuesday Ho gave bond for his appearance at the next term of the Madison Circuit Court Popular Couple Wed The marriage of Mr Thompson K Hamilton and Miss Dorsie Stockton took place at six oclock this Wednes day morning at the home of Mrs Mary Powell on West Main street the ceremony being performed by Rov G W Crutchficld of the M E Church Tho happy couple loft on the 040 L N train for a Northern trip returning to this city July 1st Thoy will bo at Hotel Glyndon until their new home in Burnam food can bo finished This marriage is the culmination of a court ship begun quite a number of years ago when Mr Hamilton was located at Waco whore Miss Stockton lived Both of the contracting parties are popular and num ber their friends by their acquaintances Mr Hamilton is the senior member in the well known dry goods firm of Ham ilton Brothers Ho is a son of the late John D Hamilton of Union City and his rise in the business world has been watched with interest by his friends Not only 3s he a merchantprince but is oaeof the largest teal estate dealers in the city being associated with his part ner Mr Joe Thurman in the buying laird selling of valuable city property His bride lovable and attractive is the fcogfctftr ef the late George Stockton of Wacoj this county Sta ja a young woman of ran iatelfeettal aUamnents pad her aev rl yeR lies Jwfe apiaittee taIke C olil Itwb iteil Wt aaea i 4vr attMd erti fs lift ie firPtttwuRla tettttlt jtafrleada it Wtqg ll ai untold agar ptip +tisln A IIl Stones Famous Sliced Cake 10 Cents I Better than your mother can bake Cheaper than anybody can bake Try a slice of this cheap luxury JOE GIUNCHIGLIANIJSole Agent D r Professor Curry Colored Temperance Orator Here The first Baptist Church was crowd ed Friday night on tho occasion of the temperance speech by Prof E AV B Curry President of the Curry Normal and Industrial Institute of Urbana Ohio lIe has frequently spoken hero and is well and favorably known Indeed no exceptColonelon Richmond audiences white and black Prof Curry spoke for two hours and held his audience of both races to the close in rapt attention The themolle discussed was the opportunity of the colored race to settle moral questions of powerinThe negro ho declared should no longer be the tool of the forces that ruin him financially and mora but should von as unit against all such and throw hip influence on tho side that makes for the uplift of tho colored race and not for its degradation and poverty All the colored churches and their pastors and leaders united manfully in this rally anti demonstrated that tho bust element of tho colored race is in accord with Pro Currys ideas as to Ihe position his race should take in all matters concerning the welfare of their communities Ho quoted figures to show that the property of tho colored people Richmond had increased 25 in tho last throe years since saloons closed and that their children had been ablo to attend school in such increased numbers as to necessitate doubling the capacity of their public school which is also true of the white schools hero Tho absence of idleness from work and great improvements in this city spoke for a dry town and ho urged the Negro to take his name from petitions to bring back saloons that could only repeat tho hirtory of the past with murders out imprisonmentdisgraco and death for negro moo women and children without whoso dimes and nickels saloons Would not live in luxury while tho colored patrons live in misery and their families in want tliroughotithiscredit to him and to his entire race Sunday School Institute Sunday School Institute will bo hold atBrookstown Christian church tomor row June 1C State Evangelist Walker K Frazco will have charge of the services Everybody cordially invited to attend To Open June 20 We are informed by Messrs L C and J Elliott Riddell that Estill Springs will open June 20 This is one of tho most noted summer resorts in the state rnIwill have charge of the osiil features this season and trio fact insures a pleat ant and delightful time to all Music which Is always iti feature at Estill wilt be i4tt9tlsited by ii lethal wibwteq e pirsitrl et lire J trrsri ialJ sviils by 6veottrr iiQtst l tlt the IiiIiiplate 14lvlc- 1ltei botterbaliwstl J J Brcoks Dead Tho sad news reached Richmond last Wednesday that J J Brooks at ono time one of the best known business men of this city was dead at his homo in Paris Mr Brooks had been in bad health for quito a while yet his death came as a great shock to his many friends lIe was for years closely identified with Richmonds business interest boing the Icadingdruggist of this city for a long period and ho numbered his friends hero by his acquaintances all of whom mourn over his untimely death Ills remains passed through hero Thursday on the way to Ml Vernon where they were laid to rest Residence Sold C S PovVoll has sold his handsome home on Broadway to Leo Congleton of Leo county who recently purchased an interest in tho lumber firm of Ed Chmton unit Co for Iho sum of 12000 This is ono of tho handsomest residences in Richmond and Mr Congloton is to bo congratulated upon getting possession of such nice property It is not yet known whuro Mr Powell will go but there is some talk of his leaving Richmond Wo hope such is not the case and that he will decido to stay in our midst To Be Married This Month Announcement has been made of the OllieAsltbrookSmith of Lagrange Ky The wedding will take place the latter part of this month at the homo of the brides mother Mrs J M Barlow on Third street in this city Miss Ashbook is a teacher in the Paris City school and Mr Smith is a valued employee of the L and Nrail road being a member of the civil engi neering corps Salary Increased Postmaster Wallace has received notice that his salary has been increased from 2300 to 2400 which increase is based on the postal receipts The other Central Kentucky towns to bo affected by the readjustment are as follows Uerca 1700 to 1800 Brooksville 000 to 5100 Campbellsvillo 1500 to 1000 Catlollsburs 1000 to 2000 Gra sort 1000 to 1100 Lancaster 1500 to 1COO Lawrcnccburg 1800 to 1000 Lexington 3300 to 3400 Mill orsburg 1300 to 81400 Nicholasville 1700 to 31800 Owcnton 1500 to Pinovills 300 to 1400 Winches ler 2 lOOlo 2500 DecreasesLondon l700lo 1000 Midway 1400 to 1300 Newport 8T300 to 3100 Onthe War Path i asrainst disease you should be now in disinfectihsr yofSiv home and cleaning out germs insects and verhiin vjIts Iwar to the death now with good housekeepers arid we can furnish the ammunition in the shape of efficient disinfectants deodorizers insect powder etc s 1j Ha3tfi L4 zLE- jPlj iR r J t r MAIN Go fi j Lffr r 0 0 J 1 Something New i In My Line For You I r Ehave Jriaxle preparations by putting in the neressary equipment to do all kinds oft L Carriage Painting and i I Trimming thavo made this addition believing our many customers would appredi ate our efforts trf take care of aUlnewlcd repairs for vehicles Bring your I i carriage buggy or wagon and Iraaw repaired painted and trimmed and made good as EOW Ityou need new r i Rubber Tires t on your old vehicle a perfect job is guaranteed at this shop All work guaranteed both as to irortiinanship and prices James A Moores THE 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 clean You cant be too particular in selecting seedI Come to us and you will make no mistake JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET All the New ere at ionst In 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 assortmentsWe You in Style and Price In euery sale we guarantee perfect satisfaction In every particular We are very anxious for Jou to see these goods and extend a cordial inyitation to conic to our store and let us prove our assertion that we have the very latest and most attractive goods brought to this section of the state N V WilliE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc 4 HERSCHEDE GIFT BOOK IT BirthdayBook makes the choice a real pleasure It displays the most elaborate and exclusive selections in the MiddleWest of Diamond Set Jewelry OurCorrespondenceGift Book will be mailed on request Hers ede Hall Clocks Crtg I tubular bells reproduce the famous Whittington a4I W tmin lcf Chime Catalog on requett S Iho SILVERSMITHS JEWELERS GOLDSMITHS The Frank Herschede Co I HfTKbtde Bldg Fourth St East CINCINNATI OHIO u HaveFiftyBra- nNew t Silk Dresses Just ill From if 750 to 3000 4hi Taffeta Foulards and Tussa and Rajah They were sent here to sell at the price Come Jumping 1 Lot bf Good Things Herer jf JIB Walker4 L 1 Fitting bfeMrs Moore the best i It sF r M and Xyfi f The most Inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather is Riccis lee Crean- iPARLOR Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily Meals served any hour day or night r I0jiIininitIIitIItI1lii prices Theres olways priced iiniiu in and let us you ours is yardyour perplexities your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425L k Depot vtSw Iorall the good things to oat that are made and sold under the liecch ttINut Brand probably Peanut J Butteri- sW tho most popular made of tbo finest blend I of Spanish and Virginia A peanuts roasted and salted and ground into a fino smooth butter de licious and healthful tt Better Order a JTrial Jar of Pea tnut Butter especially in- Lumber Building Material SEWELL McKINNEY N B Turpin SeoyTrcas T S General Dealers in Porch Columns and Galvanized Iron Roofing Cornice Tin Shingles Ceilings and all Building Materials CntaaryKoUt atoveaee- tbat Jhe Perfection11 Dont the mind all yards the goods at the same One yard leads is better stocked and closer all others and Come convince and Near Todd Manager Steel Steel Kind Turpin Todd Contractors and Builders Office and Yards South B Street near Main Furnish flans null Eslktss Frs6 of Oat Cook in- Comfort Prompt Attention All Work Too Too Small for Us Bid On Both and You no longer need your weakeningheat en You can cook in comfort heatbthoheatreioft- oil Cookstoveentirely removes the discomfort of cooking Apply a match and immediately the is ready Instantly an intense heat is pro thereis t Be sure fOOl get this nameplate reads cw Dont Fail See get idea into youi that sell than that tnat will end Will to Nothing Largo or to at Abroad wear stove PerfectionOUpractically perfect You cannot use too much wickit is automatically controlled You get the maximum heat no smoke The burner Is simple One wipe with a cloth cleans itconsequently there is no smell The New Perfection Oil CookStove ia wonderful for yearround use but especially in summer Its heat oper ates upward to pan pot or kettle but uselessfor shellforIt has long turquoiseblue enamel thebrightthe stove ornamental and attractive Made with 12 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet wrtttarStandard Oil Company incorp- oratedMOTHERS To that Home Baby WindowTHIS WEEK TheSehiegel Studio McGaughey Moberley AR- EYOUInterested in Lumber Lath Shingles Doors Sash Etc If so see riid FJwat4sL rGi Wi it ii THEIMALTESTT a Where the Candidate For the Army Put His Foot In If Bill was quo of those fellows who always try to do things right He lost his position recently and being unablo to secure another decided to join the regular army He applied at Uncle Sams recruiting station Now Bill was a good looking sped men of manhood anil the army officer began his examination with pleasure Heart lungs hearing sight and nerves were found in the best of condition But one test remained before he could become n regular Take off your shoes commanded the officer Bill did so Now wet your feet In that bucket ho was further instructed Bill did as ho was told Now walk across the room said the army man Bill knew from the actions of the army officer that ho had made a good mark and wanted to Increase his aver age Ho started across the floor bringing every inch of his weight to bearat every step He looked back Yes he was doing fine Ho could plainly see the whole imprint of hiS feet each step he had taken He was happy and the task was finished Dont want you Youre fiatfootcd said the army man What do you think of that reflected Bill as he made his way to the street Plttsburg GazetteTimes THE ROYAL HOAX And the Missing Sword of the Duke 6f Cumberland What became of the Duke of Cum berlands sword which was lost or stolen at tho Haymarket theater Jan 1C 1749 It was on the night of the great Bottle Hoax According to adver tisement a man was to play on a common walking cano the music of every instrument now used to per fection get into n quart bottle with out equivocation and while there sing several songs besides doing other things only a little less marvelous more marvelous that the theater should have been packed with spec tators including many of the nobility and the Dukoof Cumberland of Cullo den fame Tho conjurer did not appear but one of the theater officials did and in formed the house that nil money would bo returned at the doors Cum berland was tho first that flew in a rage a contemporary account tells us and called to pull down the house Ho drew his sword and was in such a rage that somebody slipped in behind him and pulled the sword out of his band which was as much as to say Fools should not have chopping sticks This sword of his has never been heard of nor the person who took It Thirty guineas of reward are offered for it London Chronicle Curious Street Names The list of curious street names is inexhaustible Bermondsey possesses a Pickle Herring street Near Grays inn there is to be found a Cold Bath square Most of the Nightingale lanes and Love lanes are hidden ironically enough in the slums of the east cud But for really bizarre street names one should go to Brussels The Short Street of the Long Chariot the Street of the Red Haired Woman and the Street of Sorrows are remarkable enough to catch the least observant eye The Street of the One Ierson is as one might guess considerably nar rower than Whitehall But the cream of Brussels street names surely belongs to the Street of the Uncracked Silver Cocoanut This in the original appears as one ponderous thirtysix letter wordLondon Chronicle He Knew How It Was James mother is one of those un fortunate individuals who pick up unconsciously every error in speech that they hear This falling Is a source of much amusement and comment In her family as aro also the habitual and glaring mistakes of Mrs F a very estimable acquaintance One day James mother had been out and upon her return committed a grave offense against the mother tongue Immediately little lames con fronted her with upraised forefinger and exclaimed In accusing tones Now mother you have been playing with Mrs F agaiurDeiineatorLights An irascible sergeant going his night Iy round of the barracks in order to make sure that nil lights hud been ex tinguished noticed that n window was illuminated He roused the occupants of the room Put out that light he ordered and be quick about it But its moonlight explained a privateI care what it is roared the tergeant Put It outlLondun Ex Jress A Genius Little Willie Say pa what is a gen iusIaA genius my son Is a person whom nature lets In on the ground floor but whom circumstances force to live in an attic Chicago News A Strong Hint Customer You dont sotiu very quick at figures my boy Newsboy Im out 0 practice TC sw most o du penis says Keep de change Harpers Weekly SThe heart Is no Island cut ofT from other lands hut a continent that jolu them Bacon JL woman wllPwprif irlngcrs and Ibo cheerful and light hearted about it It she is now and then audo to feel thattij Jrvicoshe renders Is appreciated Spoken appreciation costs the one who gives It nothing In fAct it enlarges his nature nnd on the other hand Is as rain to thirsty plants to those on whom it Is bestowed The state of Minnesota has 10000 quarter sections of land subject to homestead entry Much of this land Is good for farming purposes but before being filed on should bo carefully Inspected when there is no snow on the ground Information regarding homestead lands over the country may be secured by writing the department of the Interior Washington While a calf may have nothing but eklmmilk from birth and make a go of It it will never be the calf it might have been had it been started on now milk nnd gradually changed to a skim milk ration reenforced by a handful of ollmeal at each fccd and later by oats and shelled corn Scrimping the feed of the calf In order to sell a little more cream or butter is Hot a good plan for any animal which Is being raised for profitSThere seems to be an extraordinary demoralization In the spud market duo to last years unusually heavy crop and a holding of a largo per cent of It close to the time when new potatoes will be on the market Not withstanding the slump in prices no good reason will exist for reducing the acreage of the tubers materially as enough will be led to do this to mate rially raise tho price for those who stay In the business on the same scale Before the present years growth of tho shade trees gets well started It will be a good idea to Inspect those bordering tho public highway and to pruno the limbs hanging down over walks and driveways It Is not cal culated to Induce kindly feelings in tho lady next door if she has the tenth ers on her best hat knocked loose by one of these overhanging limbs nor to promote the religious Instincts of the fellow who has his eye punched while riding by on a load of hay or double box wagon There Is probably no type of farm Ing or ranching that Is more remu nerative or accompanied with less risk one year with another than the growing of alfalfa Especially is this true In and near sections whose area is largely devoted to some other pur poseas for Instance fruit raising for uniformly high prices can be secured for tho hay owing to tho limited sup ply raised Here is a fine opportunity for many an energetic fellow who likes farming but doesnt like to put up with the exacting care which the raising of fruit entails Where possible a first hand inspec tlpn of the nursery stock which one buys is advisable for in such case one not only has opportunity to size up the general appearance of the stock but to examine the type of roots which the stuff has which is of more importance than any other factor And this holds whether the order be of small fruit bushes vines fruit trees or ever greens The root of a plant or tree is the capital with which it starts in the business of growing and If this capi tal be lacking Its operations arc bound to be limited and unsatisfactory While conditions vary greatly In different sections of tho country affect Ing the care which ought to be given to newly set fruit trees it Is the ver diet of the best experience that they should be given most thorough cultl ration with no crop grown close enough to appropriate the moisture which trie trees need for their best growth Too often mistakes are made along both these lines with the result that the young trees instead of making a healthy growth become stunted and never develop as they might have done That cultivation should be given which will insure loose and mellow soil about the trees and under no circumstances should It be allowed to become hard and baked The University of Wisconsin has of late Inaugurated n custom which might well be followed by other institutions a part or the whole of the energies of which as institutions are devoted to the teaching nnd exemplification of ji better type of agriculture This con sists of presenting degrees testimo nials appropriately engrossed to men who have achieved distinction by serv ice rendered to their fellows through their contributions to the upbuilding of the countrys agricultural interests Three men were honored a short time ago by the university one of whom was a loader in the organization of farmers clubs and an able institute leader the second for the good work he had done as a breeder of fine horses nnd the encouragement he had given the Industry while the third introduced the culture of Japanese rice In tho southwest and has been a pioneer in the work of establishing tho very valuable demonstration farms In a doz en southern states being at present In the employ of the federal government With agriculture occupying the fundamentally important place that It does Jltour life its n people the recognition thus of service rendered is becoming indeed and tends to give to agriculture nan vocation the emphasis which it rightly deserves There ought to bo More of these degrees for farmers The Best in Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store Wo gathered from everywhere good and well Today wo aro asking your opinion four stock asa whole AVo ask for criticisms request your criilcal lookingi And when you have seen anti bought wo aro youSbackIts your priyilcgo to buy or look just us you please and if you only look youre welcome XE LANEBig Watch SignS 210 Maiu Street Ready for Business TVe have received our freshnew stockof Staple and Fancy Groceries Weq1sohaveo n afifst elssgrocery can and inspect our goods and wo jiro confident you WJIlgio usallllnro ofyourbusinessS uckevTeddt 1eJfr D IW I i Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a SimpleHotneRem edy If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would like to get prompt relief and bo permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr Perry tho has this remedy in stock and wints his customers to know that it Is recommended for Eczema Blackheads Pima ples Dandruff Tetterand other diseases of the skin and scalp Zomo has mado some remarkable cures and with jsacU purchase oI Zemo Mr Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own caso and bo cured in vour own homo without an inconven ience or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation tf Bring us your wool and got best prices market will afford GOTT Bros 420tf Bring your wool to Elmer Deatherago and get the highest market price in cash 4 20lf Stops earache in two minutes tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness one hour muscle ache two honrp soar throat twelve hours Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil t monarch over pain nan II Break life Urn and accident insurance tf Poor Milk is often thought to be responsible for an infants loss in weight or general poor health Time cause usually is that Ihe child has worms They get the nourishment in time food and the baby starves actually starves Whites Cream Vermifuge expels the worms nnd nourishes the child sure and safe Price 25 cents Sold 15y H L Porry Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouthrock eggs for sale at 75 cents a setting AV O Burke 33m It D 2 Richmond A Vital Point The most delicate part of n baby is its bowels Every ailment that it sut fms with attacks time bowels also en Imigeinir in most cases the life of the infant McGces Pithy Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysontary and all derange meats of the stomach or bowels Sold By U L Perry Lumber For Sale Barn bills antI all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS W TTIiCKS tf Richmond Ky Must disfiguring skin erruptions scrofula pimples rashes etc are lute to impure blond Burdock Blood I5ir hers is a cleansing blond tcnlc Alnko you cleareyed clearbrained clear skinned Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont cure them Donuts Ointment cures itching bleeding or protruding piles after years of suffering At any drug store Notice to Creditors Xo h nouns Admr Plaintiff YS NOTICE Uoah Bolins hrs and crdtrs Dofdls All persons havingclaims against tIm estate of Noah Bolin aro hereby notified to present samoto mo properly verified on or before Ji ly 1st 1910 or same will bo burred Given under my hand this May 11 1910 II a RICE M C M C C Wool Denlhcrago want your wool and will pay tho very highest market price for same See him before soiling 20t How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff AVe desire to say that when wo took tho agency for 5CEMO wo 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 Wo are pleased to state that wo shall continue the agency as Xemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zomo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for extormal use Zomo offects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin anti destroying tho germ life that causes the disease leaving the skin clear and healthy It does not soil tho clothing or linen and can bo used freoly on infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can bo cured at homo of any form of skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy tf Perrys Drug Storo 130 130 Laclcey Colyer Telephone 282 r We will on Qct 1st 191 0 give away pneful Leather trimmedRubber Tire buggy valued at 100 Also a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rollecTBridal valued at 30 This is no humbug It is a fair deal and legitimate it clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade We will give to each and eyry purchaser a ticket for ev rySJO wortn of trade with us Each ticket will represent ashbt at the Buggy andHarness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any articleHour line of a liberal discount below the customary prices This offer will save you money when you callin and make u money before you go out See our circulars for IulLe4la- nation plenty of them at our office 1 Re liear fully the Articles Below j Horse collars BackJIands Farml1Und Bridals Riding Bridals Break Harness S Drive Harness Surrey Harui4 jBuggy PadsA eta Houghton llitggict Columbus Iluric- ManyerlluggkW ItKnutrman BUggIes BUjgIi5 r EoSl Buggies and all medium liggioj Break Curls 1 Roud n ind S rroys v Rubber tiqjflhiost puffin quickaiid rttonilo 1 First otiss Horso Shoeing the best Buggy frlnunor High Class Painting your Bitidois and mowers quickly d re paired pyjfcksnillhlng complete any job in- ivocrhontly repaired anti also havdTtho flijtet moolmnlos Send in your Vehicle for Painting and Repairs Early T Lackey ColY i04 b LL =5i Ballaid- Snow s Liniment7 OPositively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lams Back Old Sores Woul1dsI Sprains Bruises etc Give it a Trial and be Convinced Three Sizes Price 25 SOc and 100 BALLfiRD SSOW UIHMENT CO 4ASJCS F CALIA8B Proprietor ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold arid Rooommoridod s3JwXZI IIIL PERRYS We Call Your Attention to the Celebrated II 0 osier Corn Planter The Genuine Brown and New Western CULTIVATORS Double Shovel and Drag Harrows tfiff very best goods and in a class 7 almost to themselves Come and purchaseit Taylor OldhamDtsalcrs in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street r 1 = 4lIiI I ja I DOLLA SGiven to Our Customers r FHEEHow We of Silver numberDollarsWith Each CashPurchase of 100O toourstorepersonsholdingclosingwith THE ROYAL FINE CLOTHINGS0 FINE SHOES HATS AND FURNISHINCS a SilRkjSliQesforLadjes J S STANIFERCor Second andfMain Streets RICHMOND KENTUCI yIIilii Ii ilWti ill r iililiiii N lWiii8H iiijOUR PLAN lSto iWiWliWii igivc duect to ou spend on O bet 1M thod80ladvertisJn1JUst the moray We would I- zis better for w as reasonable for us and i1 Iwill learn the sU nor valuesan 1n tellingUaeirfrl6ndsJt Ube V J la wepfrerI wal80r th knowabomorbrgns 1