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SeGITnl THE RICHMOND CLIMAXSectiojUi 37th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1910 I NUMBER 3 WALL PAPER I A Great Big Load of Flour Burnside Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand Plaster Material and Warehouse L PHONE RICHMOND Found Pair goldrim spectacles were left in our store somo weeks ngo Owner can have samo by calling at our place of business Covington Banks j152t its tho it is tho to no moro one it com mon our is tho Inv a of it in t R R We two mad are to on application Co tf Ky q Im Convinced You Give Every Man a Square Deal compliment us a satisfied customer you of opinion r a of hundred = competion on we in a Banking of f 12500000 Resources Fio1 yhf Paint Lids Kf E L W C VPres W G Cashier O N Cashier IIWe May Mantpn Patterns lOc Each I he Right Way to get good work is o an up lane and get an uptodate hanger finds way into best homes every day bought by people who require best without regard price Yet Oblisquo flour costs than ordinary brands And when how much farther goes than flours Oblisquo brand really cheapest chide sack your next grocery order t and Office on N 142 Brick For Sale have just burned brick kilns prepared furnish good solid brick Mobcrly Brick Mobcrly The above was paid by hence dout believe there must be others the same VTu town less than four peo pie with fierce all have eight years built up business over eS Woods Pres Fish Kern per Tenill Asst Sell buy your paper from to date paper Ballards considers sides The Weaving of The Web It is better to weave in the web of life a bright and golden filling The words rang out with such cheerful decision that the teacher at the school for the blind and I paused before the open door AJ young blind girl was reciting to a group of companions They were all so cheery and 6ptimistic in spite of shadow ed lives that I could but express my SUtlliseI Yes answered the teach er you have there a practical illustration in the Weaving of the web the bright and golden filling is certainly be ing treaded in by our girls What sortof filling are you and I weaving into the web Dark threads or bright Many of us grumble and fuss more over trifles than others do over buzzling knots Each weave has snarls to unravel and the patterns are often in tricate and uncertain but courage hope and persistence accomplish much and their possessor is not apt to be of the kind that blames heaven for tangled ends The loom of life is going steadily on and each days work adds threads to the web that will be unrolled in eter nity See that many of them are bright and golden If you havent the time to exercise regularly Dorms Sceulets willpreveiit constipation They induce a mild 5Yi healthful action of the bowels with out griping AekyonrdrugRist for them Loceuts Notice To Farmers j chamIpionMachines Call on the Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Richmond Ky 220 Irvine St Phone 270 Send in your order now Cltf Have you any wool If so bring it to us and get best market prices 1201 GOTT BIOS o412 W P BAXTER Pooled Wool Not Sold So far the Boone County Wool Pool has not been abl to do any business with th buyers there being a consid erable difference in the price which the buyers are willing to give and the price the pool is willing to accept In the pool are noOOO pounds of wool the quality of which is regard ed about as good as that of any county in the State Mr J H Stephens of Idlewild r who is looking after the pool ers interests in the matter of the sale of their wool states negotiations for a pur chase of the wool are pending but that there is not much probability of a sale at least before the first Monday in June when Mr Sable of Louisville will be in Burling ton to make an offer None of the pooled wool in the State has been sold yet as not less than thirty cents a pound is the demand of the pools and they believe that by standing firm they will succeed in getting at least that much Farmers Home Journal lip UP in spring and summer its uphealthyear Scotts Emulsion is Natures best and quick est help All Drotsut For Rent- I will rent residence on corner Summit and B streets until Jan 1011 This is ono of the nicest homes in Richmond tho building containing six rooms elec tric lights and water gas in kitchen j152t Jlt Johnson All is Vanity Man is of few days and theegentleewaters the earth he complaineth be cause of mud and a few weeks later his soul is grieved be cause of the exceeding much ness of the dust In the win ter he cryeth because it is too cold and in summer he would fain join an Arctic expedition that he may escape from the summer heat When the sun shines brightly it hurteth his eyes and when it hideth be hind a cloudit gives him the blues When the wind blow eth he curseth the cyclone and when it does not blow joy departeth from him and he moaneth Oh give us a breeze Yes verily there is nothing which satisfy thmau lie cometh into the worldcrying and leaveth it grumbling And this too is vanity Fire Life Accident and Health Insur anco ill the very best old lino Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Clean Your Yard A worthy housewife at Earl ham Iowa decided recently that her front yard would look better for a thorough cleaning up Having some spare time on her hands and believing strongly in the tonic properties of out door exer cises she seized a rake and went forth to rake While she was thus engaged she dug up a 200 bill The con ensus of opinion of the English press and people seems to be that Roesevelt had better kept his mouth shut and that he has violated the hospitality and the court esies extended him and there are others beside the English who think the same thing anybody WALL PAPER Retire Go CartsWe Liquid Veneer 1 One reason why you will find the most luxurious bed in the I JEARNS Ie FOSTER I MATTRESS natural springiness of cotton magnifiedmany times by the Special Web Process of making the felt layers will explain this you more fully when you i call Sixty Nights Free Trial 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 t Oldharn LackeyUndertaking a Specialty Estray A black and tan setter dog responds to namo of lIam When last seen was wearing collar with namo plato mad let scratched ou plate Return to tf L P Dont wait until your house burns to think about insurance Seo Dan II Breck tf The Big Head is of two kindsconceit and the blj head that comes from a sick headache Does yours over reel like a count and your brain feel loose and sore You can cure it in no time by acting on yourll ver with Ballart8 IIerbine Isnt it trying for the absolute and certain relief get Price cents per Sold By H L Perry The Wrong Way is to buy a o stock and to hang it for you Phone We Sell is that the the is We to lillSUJ terhIl Evans worth youll bottle old get EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but tho thing that has battled them is to find some remedy that will get to tho germs and destroy them Xemo tho clean external treatment has solved this dilllculty by drawing the germs to the surface of tho skin and destroying tho germ life that causes tho diseases The whole method of treatment and euro by Xemo is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers of demo It tells how to duro yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of DrugStorothis clean simple remedy that is now recognized tho standard treatment for all diseases of tho skin and scalp tf vDav Telephone 76 Night Telephone J36 229 Vf S O R O L L R BlantonSOLE AGENT FOR OLD DOMINION PORTLAND CEMENTB- EST ON THE MARKET StreetsTELEPHONE 85 We Sell May Manton Patterns lOc Each f q 1BIJn JS u t THE REAL LIGHT r We fully realize that ifa great business is to be built up in any line it must be built in the clear t f light of day with clean hands and honest methods open and above board No great success endures long on mistakes or misrepresentations When a merchant begins to feel that he must apologize for his wares bymaking them appear what I they are not when he begins to tincture his goods with the flavor of deception then lookout We believe that if an article is worth selling at allit isworth selling for what it is and we do not Y want the kind of merchandise in our house that needs an apology or that we can not sell under its true label We ask that you inspect our materials We invite comparison both in quality and price Our stocks are just now replenished and we were never able to better supply your wants with clean fresh summer merchandise We have some specials in Wash Suits we would like for you to see Also some specials in Ladies Skirts and Waists We are well suppliedwith Uptodate Suits for Men and Boys and can save you money t as we 1 do not want to carry these goods to another season T ffIIl Our Carpet Department was never so brimming full of bargains as now The Spring is late and if you are needing a Carpet or Rug we can save you money s ofrTrunks and have on hands more Trunks than you ever saw in the benefit of these low prices on this y A ++++w+++ALL WE ASK IS A LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY ++ ++ 0 j t Hamilton Brothers 4 t x star Dry Goods Clothing f Shoes Gairpefo EEEEEEEEE EE r BEGINSSATURDAY Morning JUNE 18 4 An 8 olock If you are looking for more than yoU moneys worth youtH be here Mens 25c and 3oc suspenders Loom End Sale price 18c We bought especially for this sale 50 dozen good live rubber suspenders iu Guyo and fine kid end goods nice enough for any gentlemen to wear Dont fail to see them 100 children blouse wash suits nicely made fast colors stripe Madras Regular 75c andSlOO sellers our Loom End Sale price 4fic Joo Ladies fine white embroid ered Dutch Collars worth I up to 25c each our Loom End sale price 8 I 100 pair childrens Brown Linen knee pants bought especi ally for this Sale Reg- ularI price 25c our Loom End sale price 15 Plenty of extra sales peo ple t o insure Prompt service Needles Shuttles and Bobbins for use in All Makes of Sewing Machines We are sole agents for the best machine needle made We can fit any machine In needles shuttles and bobbins If your machine is not sewing good you need a new shuttle get it now at Loom End sale price r TUy1 D OLDHAM oo LOOjji Ed al This Sale of Sales Our Greatest Loom End Sale Begins Saturday Morning June 18that 8 Oclock and Ends Saturday Night July 2nd 1910 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 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 n than the present price of raw materialRemembet these are not old o1shop wOl1goods but are all bright fresh new stock the present- seasbnssty le and patterns just received from the mills IJ they were notLoom Ends they would cost you two or three times the o rice asked member the price of cotton has recently adyanced 25 to35 per cent but our goods are going in this sale at less than the old prices Dont put off ReIget here early for this merchandise is too good prices are too low for it to last long and youll have to hurry or some one else will get your share of bargain 30000 Yards best 7c Standard Prints at 3icPerYard 1000 yds of yard wide black Taffeta Silk guaranteed quality our regular 125 quality will be sold during this sale per yard 7U cts Mens Clothing 3S mens 2nSece suits good style best make former price 12 50 15 and 10 50 each Sale price your choice These are the most wonderful values In mens suits we have every been able to offer It is a startling demonstration of value giving that will surprise oven the oldest cvstomers of this store- Clothing manufactures have been havinga great deal of trouble Cold weather has pre vailed in many sections of the country Re 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 announce a bargain event of tremendous magnitude Thcse aro garments for middle a 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 curly as you can for you know that the early choosing Is always the best select while the stock is complete 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 hoone Come and see them Looni End sale of 227 womens Leather Hand Bags Its fairly bewildering such a varietyot styles sizes and shapes made of real leather in walvus seal goat imitation alSgator and etc 8 or 10 inches over taping frames stitched strap handles strongclasps inside coin purses Every woman without a hand bag should surely have one of them tl 50 values sale price Dont Wait Too Long Late May be 575 98cl I Ladies Shirt Waists We will have on sale about 350 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 mcdalions Some solid cmboidored fronts and back collar and cuffs Tucked to match These waists are worthIBest Made13e3t KnoWn at vl 2pfr1fn W C fv U 0 1 J fdc Y Q 00 ru QOI G 0r0 H DpSJ g u ci cQd f Q OEM r1 w N O 4 0 0 0 g 2IQQ S r 00 J 8 riOw E f1 C ro e ro roAaG o o o n Our Loom End Sale of Muslin underwear will be the largest sale of muslin underwear ever seen in this city Our stock consists of only the best goods man ufactur cd best in style fit and material Childrens muslin pants neatly made ruffled and tucked Ages from 2 to 12 years regular price 15c Sale price 209 Corset Covers trimmed in lace and embroidery regular 35o sellers Sale price One lot of gowns cut lull and long high or surplice neck neatly trimmed Sale- price One lot of 12 or 15 lay 125 lace or in or made also and tylesSalQ price We are at our and new stuff when get and want to their stuff we are to buy we sell You can buy for less our store than else MEET QLdHAMS1u Bee Cash store iii EEEEEEE Customers 7E ge 19c ladies muslin 39cl muslin gowns about styles Regu value slipover slips embroidered square round ribbon trimmed margarite 89c always busy merchandise buying manufacturers scared sacrifice ready buy8swe always much moneyat anywhere ME AT ENDS SATURDAYNight JULY 2nd 1910I This Sale Offers The Greatest Values for the Least Money 300 mens heavy work shirts in solid tan blue and stripes the best make Regular 50c sellers every where our Loom End sale price 3gelBig baskets full of Armours Celebrated Toilet Soap in all the best kinds 3 cakes for lOc during the sale Mennens and Colgate Talcum Powder Regular 25c sellers Sale price n to date styles worth up toSi each Loom End sale priceI 12 c I Innd5000 yards Hope Londsdale I Bleach Cotton worth from lie to 12c everywhere Full bolts if you want it dur ing the sale Bel Look for the Red Tickets TheyIIshow you how to Save 500 yds fine A C A Bordered Gingham in fresh I I new patterns in lengths from to12 yards Reg ular price 15c Loom End sale price I 500 line Elastic belts in black white navy tan I green Regular price up to 25e each Loom End sale price 3800 yds Wm solid colored Lawn andIBatistes pink blue lavender tan and black worth Itoe per yard in lengths from 1 to 10 yards End price 1200 yard fine white India Linen Regular price 15c Loom End sale price colors uptodate 8e tOe Simpson S One lot of childrens cloth caps in all Loom End sale 50 dozen towels put up one dozen toIpackage Red Border used principally for All was selling at 5c each our Loom End sale price per dozen 8e assorted hemmed 39c One lot of Ladies parasols bran new styles inlwhite embroidered tan mercerized silks and etc worth up to 250 Sale price choice 8ge Odds and Ends Remnants Silk Our immense silk stock have been culled out placed on the counter in big piles measured and marked in plain figures with Red Loom End ticket prices so low that it will be fun for you to buy them lengths running from I to 10 yds Come pick the cherries while they are ripe Now is the time to buy Laces Hamburgs and Em1i broideries the entire stock which is a big one has been marked down for this big salo You will be surprised at the low prices we have named on them Never have you been able to buy them so cheap all the now patterns and best qualities go in this sale at Loom End prices One lot of remnants have been measured up put in a box worth up to 2oo yd Price 5c One lot of homespun Linen the most stylish wear makIngtailored 18CriceOne lot of elbow length silk gloves in black tan O C 39sIzese priceper oC piughamsinregular price Loom End sale price per yd OC large15sizeC striposbeautiful121c Loom End price r i 2e One lot of childrens Rompers just the thing for childrens play suits in blue and tan nicely trimmed regulaiway e One lot combination suits in muslin underwear corset covers drawers and snort skirts beautifully e 7 W D OLDHAO PANy Disappointed 3isvon RICHMOND KENTUCKYb Busy 39cl pricer14c pairLoom priceup HereYoubetterC lt LpritE4 f RICHMOND 1 CIL1VAX sectJon 2 t 7th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1910NUBER 3IF JUNE BARGAINS AT E V ELDERS LookrAI22 and 20 Suits now 498 and 1500 Suits now 1248 All 1250 Suit now 998 rbeautifullytailoredandmade Pantsicuff bottoms tabs on hip pockets 25IAmerican Beauty Corsets Aro correct In design workmanship and style making a garment that is not surpassed in this country and at a prico within reach of nil It is not necessary to have a bulging purse to obtain a corset of the latest style in long hips sheathe and directoiro effects and these corsets aro mad lor women of large figures as well as for the ones of slender form American Beauty Corsets bring out to advantage the graceful lines and correct any imperfection with absolute freedom and comfort to the wearer bur ing this sale at 9So Big Values in Corsets this sale we offer somo in Wo R G and are to Wo 500 for this sale Reductions on Ladies JjUnderwear 44 48 59 98c 121 148 500 nicachcd Vests 8c 500 Bleached Vests 5o 500 Corset 10 19 29 and 48 cents 25 35 48 and 98 cents Have Received Our Emperor Shirts Summer 5125 Emperor PSc All 75c and 50c Shirts for Soft Shirts collars and fancy patterns extra 49c extraordinary bargains Corsets r carry American Beauty Corsets They guaranteed give perfect satisfaction secured sample corsets Big Ladies Muslin Gowns Covers Ladies Union Suits Dress Goods manyhable to buy the dress linings and trimmings and pay for the making for what the dress goods alone would actually cost you Tho early bird gets the bargains Ladies Tailored Dress Skirts Panama Dress Skirts made of an excellent Quality of Panama well tailored and with taffeta trimmings in black blue and brown regular S4CO values we offer at 293 Fine Chiffon Panama Dress Skirts Neatly trimmed with folds of same black navy and brown actual 050 values we offer at 148 McCall Patterns are Best in the World t Wash Belts v White embroidered Bolts in now scroll and fancy patterns with pearl buckles Exceptional values 10 cents Jabots t Lace trimmed Jabots plain and effects JO cents tjitIS S Extra Parasols for Jadies and children 10 15 1SW73 98 125 and 193 to as or if 98 Muslin Pants22 29 and 48c 1000 pairs Mens Half Hose 500 Perfection and sold for ks for and regu lar price 50c our priceun Die Center of Attraction Rich and artistic aro cspeciall in their nrus profusion and infinite variety at Y Mgers Jewely Store A most feature fO Jstbc many Evfa1d 1In- iqle tlCTisilitch caRMtI IhiiO4d jMi tlon fro tnyoiwAklt iirss a presOsam T i n ti IId Htmley the intrusted him Specializing Suits Men at 1248 We to make very novel proposition we did not confidence these suits could not suggest thing Go to clothing Richmond and ask to the suits they sell for Ex the garments carefully take inspect the fabric the way thay the seams look the then come to and what you elsewhere these 1248 and prove to your entire sat that able to save you 552 Tlemember that this price that is new styles weaves patterns and any color that vou 1248 Boys Suits Every mother wants her boy look well even better some one boy Her can be grati fied she visits our Boys 200 Suits now 148 Boys 250 Suits now V 198 Boys 350 Suits now 248 Boys 500 Suits now 348 We Just for Shirts 45c with plain good During f goods material onesided 500 Sample Work Shirts blue stripe and white stripe and solid blackcollars attached 25 Bargains in Mens Pants 5125 and 150 values now S 2 00 values now 148 800 values now 248 350 now 298 450 and 500 values now 298 Union look better wear and every pair warrauted Summer Underwear Men Balbriggan Underwear ul9cMens Nainsook knee drawers shirts with or without sleeves regular quality per garment 25c Millinery Flowers and Ribbons We are offering prices nearly i the former price Sure to Visit This Department Ladies 39 8c Mens Mesh Shirts Drawers bleached newer than 50c 25c 500 Mens NainSook Shirts Drawers 350 silverware attractive marked gooIs mating A in afford amine about in elses values SOc I 000 Ladies Open and Shut Fans 148 13 19 24 29 and 48 cents Lace Curtains Every housekeeper likes to have her windows neat and attractive This you can dowIth fine Lace Curtains We aro goin to give you tho biggest bargains you have over seen worth pair now 39c Curtains worth 31 pair now nufiDcCurtains pair now Curtains worth S3 pair now 208 Bargains in Mattings Oilcloth and Linoleum Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade Only hE V ELDER jewelry YE4zRtks James bur sell your hotwe farm town lots or any thing in Real Estate line Any busings to him will be promptly and carefully aUeeded to See it hs Jerriee are need ed a Ii paidy iO1tWthI1U bs f ala AQ for are going a and if we to such a any store in see 1800 your time it are make up at buttonholes and linings our store compare see suits will isfaction we are just at we have all can furnish you with want at than wish store black cents Star Overalls longer for 35c special Be look Curtains 75c worth 2 98c Will else iT t J have with r For Sale rsforpiececitalbe9mtfFor Sale 1Ja11pafJrApply tt J A Toes Jst PERRiEL1 WfaateA r Rihmofld Ky Failure To List Their Canines Gets Various Grant County Citizens Into Trouble The County Court has been buisy during the past two weeks trying the cases of numerous dog owners who failed to list their canines with the assessor last year In looking over the lists County Attorney Adams dis covered that only a small number of dogs in Grant County had been listed with the Assessor He promptly had summons issued for a large number and the court has been buisy trying the cases for several days Under the law it is a fine to not list your dog and most of those who have been sum moned have been fined the sum of one cent and costs This means that the State will get one cent for each dog not listed while the costs am ounting to 720 v the County Attorney and other court officers Five dollars ot the costs go to the County Attorney and he bids fair to reap a pretty good harvest in case he is successful in finding as many dogs not list ed as he thinks he will Grant County News An Experts Opinion Of Skin Ills eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you aro familiar with says that in all his scientific experience ho has never found so hard a disease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does lot hesitate to recommend Zemoas a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all isaysties make it popular but also tho factI that it is clean liquid remedy for nal use A great improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy tho germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladlysupply those who call with a free sample bottle of Zemo and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at homo with Zemo tf Similar City Laws Like this city Mt Sherling has a city ordinance requir ing any person desiring to build to procure a permit from the City Clerk Also an ordinance fixing what is known as the fire limits and prescribing the kind of build ing which may be erected within these limits A suit has been instituted at Mt Sterling to test the legality ot these ordinances and the progress of this suit will be watched with interest For Sale I have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Itrcck Ave Location drainage oct tho very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Any one Interested in purchase please call on tho owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf Farm Notes The agricultural department figures out that the an nual waste of barnyard man ure on American fams aggre gates 125000000 The United States must now take second place as n wheat producing country Russia last year produced the enormous total of 783000 000 bushels the largest crop ever raised by any single country and exeeding thatof the United States by 40000 000 bushelsForSale Having decided to move to the coun try I will sell privately my residence on Broadway This isono of the nicest and most convenient homes in Rich mond The residence contains eight rooms largo attic and basement bath room and electric and gas lights with all necessary outbuildings and 2 acres of land Call on or address P B Broaddus tt Richmond Ky If you need your mower or binder ro paired call on the Richmond Motor Plumbing Co- Richmond Ky HITg8 Cream Vermifiig THE WWMITEEI WORMREMEDY ThEORws FAVORITE IWMC or IITYON sauIN pfimUI sM S- tllsr4SuW Unlrocnt Co JtY ntieloIflw1T1j PlUt Keep Saloons Out Editor Climax Please help me keep saloons out of Richmond lama lone girl in the world de pendent upon two brothers to support me We are in better fix now than ever since- I knew Richmond and it would be a shame to return to the conditions of four years ago Nobody except the liquor sellers will be benefited by whiskey back here If I did not have to work day and night and had thetimewhich ourgood ladies do who attend ball games II would use that time in speaking in the court house and on the corners begging the vot ers to keep out saloons I do pray that our farmers and their wives who will be ex posed again to the ruffians on the highway when saloon op en will make their voices heardand urge our merchants to stand solidly againt the saloons The farmers help to keep up the town and they should insist upon a clean and safe city I cannot write like a hired advocate for the liquor people but God knows my sufferings under open saloons here were like a thousand tortures Men of Richmond do your duty and keep Richmond dry- Maggie May Mitchell American Fxtravagance Over 540000000 worth of diamonds and other precious stones were imported into this country though the port of New York during the last ten months The expectations that the inportations will increase another 2000000 during the present month and that total importations for the fiscal year will be at least 544 000000 exceeding by 2000 000 the greatest previous im portations ever recorded A fullyequipped counterfeiting plant was discovered in the Missouri penitentiary at Jefferson City Federal inspectors found the outfit in the cell occupied by Lee Jay er and Joseph Vail Gov Hadley announced that he will pardon both men October next when the Federal Court convenes that they may be prosecuted Five pairs of models and several half and quarter dollars which were good imitations of real money were taken from the cell Royalty comes high The civil list of Emperor William as King of Prussia is to be increased to about 5000000 The expenses of the German monarch are said tobe beyond his means He needs money to repair his castles and he has to maintain fiftytwo town and country residences some of which he has not visited since the beginning of his reign Nearley a million women ii the United States are either farmers or laborers and the number is rapidly increasing owing to the popularity of the homesteads in the West In France nearly 33000000 wu men are engaged in farm wrkCOLUMBIA DoubleDisc Records 65c I I They fit any machine md outwear any other re coriJ6ia the world JottWa I ahM tof yourinaayl I Cil QetaI- I t jamePikeit IIiPTUTT1T Free ChildsRemedy What mother Is not looking for something that swill help her children 5omethingfor probably pillorannoyItcetpowgriultroubleottemedrthatDrCaldweUs motherwho WhatrandOttebelnrslll1Ply LThi1efind Mrs Alary DeICordl1710 Colo streetLoUlsvlUe wy with a fre theyMvehdlisfe since remedyto toko and yet thor thsIdealmtldandlug a thorough laxative and yet contains moststubbornstomachandthat It will cure pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining tr detaILForabsolutelYfree name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors CaldwellSTOCKTON SON South Carolina in 1905 pro duced only 17000000 bushels of corn In 909 the product tion was 37000000 bushels which was an increase of the previous year of 18000000 This year it is expected that the State will produce 50000 000 bushels Kentucky Fair Dates Richmond July 20 21 22 Boron August 4 5 and Madisonvillo July 195 days Henderson July 26S days Lancaster July 27i days Versailles AugUBt 3ldays Danville August 33 days Lexington August 8G days Taylorsvillc August 94 days Uniontown August 0S days Ilarrodsburjr August DIIdays Yanccburg August 10 days Lawronccburg August lJl days Shepherdsville August i7i days Broadhead August 178 days Ewing August 174 days Sholbyville August 23t days London August 23I days Erlanger August 214 days Xicholasville August n01 days Fern Creek August ri04 days llardinsburg August 308 days IJarbourville August 312 days Florence September 68 days Monticello September 63 days Hodgenville September 6B days Falmouth September 231 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sop tember 126 days You can buy altncnt any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from R A BARLOW Agent Automobilo Clearing House Chicago Ask him about Tho Badges Steersman 525tf 25 per cent offcash for bundle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it J27 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf The Climax 1 per year JeR PenningtonS Dentist Ofllco next door to Government build ing Kichmond Ky 25 per cent off cash for bun dle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf Nothing is so Beautiful FOIl SUMMER CLQTHING AS Hand Embroidery 0 Miss Eva Roberts tllsupplieswork guaranteed Residence Firstst rear White Winos drug store Eggs Eggs Eggs We are in tho market for all the fresh clean eggs you can bring us This is season forstoring antI wo will pay you tho highest market price Gott Bros Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands IThe Northwestern Mutual Life In mirauce 01 will loN money at 5 per cmIaApply to Je C1 sRHiAtty 9If U fXro PottPrlat 10 b i tif tbotber ewM 1 st- baost441t1 I i 7PAINTSOur of Kinds f all bought before the recent advances We carryIStandard Highgrade Well Known Brands j SUCH AS VarnishesTheVarnishJohnsonsEagle Strictly Pure White Lead Carter Strictly Pure White Lead LeadOurGet our prices on your Paint wants We will save you mo- neyWILLGING 213 West Main Street Wall Pap 31 Window Shades Pictures Frames Window Glass and Mirrors zA w QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the preparedthanyour Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season 1 harman Grocery = Company BuckeyeWalking CUlTIVATORS Renowned for Durability and Easy Riding- A batter line of Cultivators has never been produced as they Will Do Perfect Work and Lasf Longer than any ether lino on tho market Thousands of satisfied customers can testify can testify to tho above For Sale BySDouglas Simmons Deafaage EVERYTHING IX flardware Implements Roofing and Guttering New Place oh Second Street Telephone 20 Some Specimens of Premiums OFFERED BY TIlE Madison County Fair Association July 2Jt 22 and 23 1910 Without Entrance or DeductionsSaddle Stallion Maro or Gelding Roadster Stallion Mare or Geld any agen n 200 00 harness Stnlllun Maro or Gold 0 IlJ 100 00 00adthhqa years old or under 100 00 Plantation Saddle Horsesn 100 00 CHAMPIONSHIP5 per cent to nominate 5 per cent deducted Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 500 00 200000 in liberal class premiums for Horses Mules and Jacks Xo Entrance No Deductions Fine Music by the First Regiment Band of Louisville 0 f THE SHOE HEEL of the average man strikes a 90 pound blow at every step This is the kind of hammering floor varnish has to stand KYANIZE FLOOR FINISH is made with this fact in mind Its made to stand hard usage and IT DOES IT Made in Glean and Seven Beautiful Colors Good for all Interior Work uweU at Floor All 20 FOR SALE BY HENRY L PERRY tJ UNCLE S2LM ims MONEY i I countryHeto keep money in safesor eMil boxes You can depedowkis krrowing his busine u up iwse you tate the hift iwij de posit jour money in ib if I I T f ftlt 0p raB account J Iuurcttt1e1 will bo 1IIfti frnm 4thtfJulre yos m lr Oh The Solid ComfortIin a roomy arm chair See those we have They are restMissionAll kinds of cushions too Suitable for den library or living room as you prefer Have a look and you will have one of these chairs j U1 j BEIIETTdHIGGINS UNDERTAKING Why Wait Until the VeryLast Minute Dont procrastinate Dont bo fgolish Take time by the fore- ockand get in your Coal now Wo Deliver Quickl- yTelephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico- We have tho exclusive sate A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been gottins elsewhere and iblyIFull Weigh or Coal Forfeied BroaddusS Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc I If 3 ou are going to sell out and want your goods to bring in they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con luct your sale His narges are reasonable Ice cream in any quantity at Riccis Mrs O P Wiggins Lexington Ky I gave my fowls Bourbon Poultry Cure when they wero sick and it certainly worked wonders Sold by Perrys drugstore StrayedIFrom T II Collins place on Muddy Creek a steer calf weighing about 400 pounds Information will be thankfully received Rufus Sams Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of G A Smith deceased must file same with me verified as required by law on or before August 18 1910 or same will be barred W D Smith j15 4t AdministratorS For Sale Privately One Mission Flemish oak bedroom set one Majectic range one Florence hea- tring stove largo size and one iron bed all now J It Johnson Farm For Sale As executor of David Chenault deceased I will sell privately the home place of Mr Chenault on Irvine pike This is one of the most desirable homes in Madison county situated one mile tasc of Richmond The farm consists of thirty acres of finest blue grass soil n the county and is especially suitable or tobacsx On same is a modern resi dence svlh eight rooms hall etc and all naiesary outbuildings and an abun dance jf unning water in addition to cistern On the farm is also a very fine orchard o all kinds of fruit and a large quantity of locust Anyone desiring to i examine the above place can apply to Mrs David Chenault on tho premises J C Chenault Richmond Ky or- S W Elmoro Executor tf Lancaster Ky Notice Richmond Ky June 14tb mia Proposals for Bids to Supply Text Books to All County High Schools in Madison County Kentucky To Text Book Publishers and School Supply Companies Notice is hereby given that proposals for the supply at contract prices to be hereafter agreed upon of text books for use in the High Schools in and for Madison County Ky will be received by the Text Book Commlsion of Madison County at the Office of the County Superintendent of Schools In and for aid County on or before Wednesday JuiiO 2Hh 2 oclock p m 1910 at which time the contract will be awarded by aid Commission In accordance with tho provisions of The County Text Book fcaw ActlOlO of the Kentucky iegis Jalure said commission reserves the tight to reject any and all bids rHThispalled mating of the Madison CeLy- ext Book mSQ kw held iii JWehV Bond aCou yj iy this Jue UtlilOO 7NraM5 uf 4 rtf z I B Ii t 4 Around Town 011Try Riccis ice cream tJ f operahousoAre you boosting the fair It is going to be the best ever held here Ricci delivers ice cream anywhere in the city Give him a trial orderH There will be Mass services over I church Sunday at 0 oclock at the Catholic Dont fail to attend the St Johns FridayJunoIf you are a lover of good music you operahouseYou will fail to win somo valuable premiums if you do not get your show stuff ready for Richmonds big fair The French Mission Circle of the Presbyterian church met Monday with Mrs J G Bosloy on Lancaster Ave The case of Ad Crcokmoro was called in tho County court Monday morning but upon motion was continued until Julyl4The ladies of tho Pond church will give an ice cream supper at the church Saturday night Juno 25 Everybody invited The Richmond No Names headed by Capt Del Azbell went to Lancaster last Friday for a game of ball and were defeated by tho score of 8 to 3 Sew on your buttons for the Piccan males will aurlcy burst them off when they sing tho Yama Yama man in Ethopia tomorrow night Hamilton and Thurman have sold to II L Perry a lot in Burnamwood addi tion Mr Perry will begin at once the erection of a handsome home Mrs Fannie Thomas of Moberly was tried peforo Judge Shackelford last Wednesday on a lunacy charge and was adjudged to be of unsound mind Tell Us Pretty Ladies which will be rendered by half a dozen ladies and gentlemen is going to be one of the hits of Ethopia tomorrow night Clark Allman who graduated a few days ago from tho Cincinnati College of Pharmacy has accepted a position with the George Drug Co of Winchester Ethopha is brim full of old time Southern melodies and uptodate songs A chorus of 75 voices will render them at the opera house tomorrow night Andrew Golf Broaddus and Miss Ohio Winkler a popular young conplo of byIWhile engaged in stacking lumber in the yards of Mobray and Robinson at West Irvine Estill county last Friday William Sparks and Jack Underwood were struck by lightining and instantly killed There was considerable hail mixed in with tho heavy rain of last Wednesday Tho rain was the hoariest seen here for sonic timoand reports say considerable damage was done in various portions of the county The District Sumlay School convention will beheld at Narrow Gap Sunday June 26th beginning at 9 a m Every one interested in Sunday School work is cordially invited to bo present Dinner no the ground On account of having been one of sev eral teachers to prefer changes against Prof DeMoss principal of the Johnson school Lexington Mrs Clara Akors formerly of this place was not reelected for next year DWv Hart Pisgah Ky Breeder of B P Rocks says 1 used Bourbon Poultry Cure with my fowls and find it to bo a splendid tonic and conditioner I have also cured cholera with it Sold by Perrys drugstore Hon Joel B Fort one of the most noted orators of Tennessee will address the meeting of the tobacco growers at Paint Lick Saturday Juno 25 at 2 oclock Mr Fort is a splendid speaker and everyone should avail themselves of this opportunity to hear him The Plantation Minstrel Steno in Ethopia Is going to be a very taking feature as It represents tho oldtime wasQseen in the early days and is Void of the objectiOnable features of the many pros ent day attemps at this class of entertain ment Chick Chkkv Chick Whjijwy 1225 a hundred for cracked chicke feed from the stores when ye t can buy cracked feeds from us eetieiet lacqfwJt corn oats and screaiags for tlMfer hundred iBtlfftM kJcker Millers PakrtLiek ICy 4tii- To Mammoch Cayc Jth from kich 1Rt7 MM en r1o ors txs4ys ousing foeaoly iSI d1 theiIru4- wst 4 1Ib4 4MP a1t UlOft sie 1s iilllllt t w j i Blg StoreImpr vement SaleGoes Oil No Let Up On PRICE CUTTING4 Clothing Shoes flats and Furnishings fl Absolutely Slaughtered L I = i We are Forced to Make Room for f TSs Store Improvements oLackof Time and Space Forbids Price Quotations We Can Only Say to Every Man or Boy in Reach of Richmond Come and See for Yourself 1 Come and Share the Benefits of This Big Sale 1 l COVINCTON and BANKSTHE STORE FOR QUALITY = R K = E rnwr Lost- A ladies dark green leather shopping bag with brass chain probably on Lan caster avenue Please return same to this office Corner Stone Laying Tho laying of tho corner stone of tho Kirksvillo Babtist church will take place on Sunday afternoon Juno 26th at three oclock The services will be conducted by Dr W D Powell and Rev Knight All are cordially invited to attend Still Another Wiggins Bros grocers continue to grow Recently they opened a branch store in the room formerly occupied by C II Pigg Now they go a step further and have opened another branch in the room on Main St recently vacated by Caldwell Taylor Their enterprise will certainly bo rewarded Will Not Be Here The Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co has decided not to have a warehouse in this place next year Mr Thomas UcCry was manager for this company hero this year and he bought and shipped between 1000 and 1500 hogsheads of tobacco during the year If the farm ers of this county should fail to pool their tobacco this company will be greatly missed St Johns League Day The members of tho Masonic lodge of Kirksvillo want it understood that they extend to everyone in Madison county a hearty welcome to be present at tho St Johns Day exercises to bo held at Round Hill near Kirksvillo on Friday June 24 There will be plenty of good speaking and other things to entertain and a good time is promised all who will- attend Tho Kirksville locality has a reputation for hospitality so fix up a basket of good things to cat and join in the crowd Married In New Mexico It will bo quite a surprise to tho friends of Miss Ort Johns to learn that she was married a few days ago to Mr- J L Hyde of Rosowcll Now Mexico Miss Johns was visiting in Rosowell and while there met Mr Hyde She is a sister of Mrs Creed Gatt of this city and has a wide circle of friends hero who wish her well Mr Hyde is a prosperous real estate dealer and is a gentleman worthy in every way of tho lady he has won They will roisde in New Mexico Best Piece of Street in Town Lancaster Avenue long hold the palm for the best piece of street work in the city Heavy hauling to the Normal and constant travel along that Boulevard hiivo worn it somo particularly in the basin below the Episcopal church Now the best picco of street is tho square from Councilman Lorischs house to the L and N depot It is a model road bein crowned with a high oval that will turn water easily and prevent wash ing away if oil is applied before it is too late More roadway of that stylo will nay An Old Gourd Old Aunt Elizabeth Begley of this vicinity has inher possession a gourd that is over ono hundred years old Originally it was used to hold powder It was broughthcre from MuddyJCreek wiladison county byher grandfather Cernclious Bowman about 1793 He raised thegourd on a spot of grduad on JladdjCreek where Daniel BoiHMhad Mid oD improvements about 1745 The gourd will hold about 18 faUocu The neck is just 12 inches tone She WM red 500 for ltt jeerf to the Ceoteaial Expedition bw tWOtIIi not part wi k it 8Ue priwK ft ret highly BeaUyvilte Enterprise JCihopiaMhe iD trtw IIIlbementedforthbaIofthP 4 0 ItCj Per Cent Clause Would Bind Grower Hand and Foot In Communication Executive Committee of Burley Tobacco society Shows How Such a theMovementOpinion Letter In a communication to members the Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society explains why no per cent clause was inserted in tho contract for tho 1910 pool and why such a clause Accompanyingthis John R Allen written March 5 in which is stat d the opinion of Attorneys for tho Society The letters follow Dear Sir Some persons who desire the ruin and destruction of tho Burley Tobacco So cioty and who in accomplishing their purpose deliver the Tobacco growers bound hand and foot into the power of newsIpapersthat a 75 per cent clause be inserted in the pledge Since there may be honest men who honestly believe that such n clause should be In tho pledge wo take this means of telling you why those who have your interests at heart and whom you have chosen to protect your proper ty did not insert in the 1910 pledge a 75 per cent clause Tho first pledge contained a per cent clause and wg learned by experience that there is danger in such a clause When we took legal steps against men who broke their pledge some lawyers who could make tho worse cause appear the better would take the ground that wo did not have tho required per cent In community where ol1I ers of tho law and public sentiment were tin tho favor of pooling the virdlct would be for the Society In communities where the officers of the law and the public scfltimerit were against pooling the verdict would be for the man who broke his pledge In this way the loss of the pooled tobacco worked hardship on the honest members Seeing the difficulty that it made our lawyers ad vised us not to putn PerCent clause in subsequent contracts We include in this circular a letter from Col John n Allen giving his opinion on this subject The General Assembly has passed nil tho laws necessary to protect our Society if we use common sense nnd the light of experience But to put a per cent clause in the 1010 pledge would open a gap though which contract breakers could escape A per cent clause in the contract would only make a mark for the Trust to shoot at If wo inserted a 75 per cent clause the Trust would have only to buy up at 36 per coatasd thus make any pool jmposssbk Having bought tho smallest fraction ever oaefoarth of the crop at good prices the Trust would be able to control the remainder of the crop for anything it was pleased to pay The way to get 75 per cent pledged fa to go after it and iwt waste time aad energy in a wrangle about technicality that would seriously weakest the poolS The only rMoo that we Ka ye7ii11ceat or5 per C4Mt ia the caliagus during the last poottoj MMW and on conf be boa1SaWExtendta the tine ef deciariay the pOo to Xaveieiber letcMA w boards the opportunity to pan on Tha oa baud Jim tb rifht to deetan tb pool off prior to October Iss if In beir judg ment they doom U eICaw board tJ repnwentiaft1utes1 sawW v In Glared 1st the pool off on or before November pageIShestly hope that you will tako time to road alt in those four pages and also the contents of a second sheet which we shall send you in a few days It is It is tho farmers fault to work too much and to read to little It is just as necessary to maintain an organization to sell your tobacco at a good price as it is to grow it Sincerely yours EXECUTIVE CouurrrEBBuiuEY TOCACCO SOCIETY Letter from Col John R Allen Lexington Ky March 5th 1910 Executive Board of Burloy Tobacco Society City GentlemanMr and myself have gone over tho draft of tho pledge for tho year 1910 and return the same with certain amendments and changes which we suggested and which are noted thereon AYo have heretofore advised the Board very strongly not to embody in tho pledge for 1910 any guaranty of the percentage of tobacco to be pooled or any number of acres to be pooled before tho pool becomes effective and wo are glad to know after talking with tho Board that tho majority of tho Board agree with us in this opinion Our experience with litigation growing out of suits against dumpers is that a guaranty ofB certain percentage of the acreage or n guaranty of a percentage of the amount of tobacco to bo pool ed before tho pool becomes effective was a great detriment to us under the 1900 pledge and put us at a great dis advantage because in every instance the parties plead that we did not have the percentage pooled as we claimed and it would necessitate if tho same elause were contained in the 1910 pledge a great deal of trouble and expense and investigation in order to prove that we had the necessary percentage pooled Yours very truly Signed John IL Allen Attorney Judge A It Burnam has a fino sow on his farm near town that gave birth a few days ago to seventeen pigs all of which are thriving A few more sows like this in the county and the price of meat would go dow- nTcbacco Day- Not satisfied with tho splendid pro gram already arranged to which they otTer Ji premiums for horses ranks jacks farm predftcte ladies handiwork etc the maaagen of the Richmond fair have arranged for atIy to be knows M Tobae y Day Friday July 22 has bsen set apartas the day and speeches oa Ui tobeco qujwtkw will be made between the houwof 1830 and 230 by JtMlg X C PJfeM MIl Congressman A O Stanlsi This aen ate roe ogniiml a bingiwoo thb 8t orator of the aIMand w they abo4tt Ma Iy ia fever of the Iforlqr tokaoeo pool tbywifltafliheis ofJa and amiag iIMDU at luiex Th aMOBhet xriM fleL iaUrfate the lwiItea Hgntar program he day Xntk 1 7besOOIO Rd mbcblJi tto tnt day ia the history of Madtoe CoMrtjr fata SmoIGaC ster 4 Lower Court Affirmed Tho Court of Appeals last Friday affirmed the decision of the Madison Clrduit Court in the case of the Pred estinarian Baptist as tho United Baptist The case grew out of the sale of the half interest of the Baptist church in this city owned by the United Baptists claimed by reason of a clause in the Predestinarian an old deed they had an intereat in tho church and demadcd half of the money received for the property The United Baptists refused to turn over the money and a suit was brought in Madison Circuit Court and tho jury decided that Predestinarian Baptists had no interest whatever in tho property The case was taken to the Court of Appeals with tho above result Well Deserved Honor It will be pleasing news to the many friends of Ivan McDougall son of Prof E C McDougle to know that ho has been chosen by the School Board of Car lisle Ky as Assistant Principal of the City School of that place This is an honor that is well deserved for ho is ono of the most brilliant students whoever attcnded the Normal School He is now only seventeen years of ago but will be eighteen just five days before he graduates in July making him tho legal ago to teach Beside keeping up his studies he has been for quite a while editorinchief of Tho Student a month ly paper published by the Normal stu dents and is also editor of the Senior Class Annual We predict for him a brilliant future as a teacher and shall watch his career with interest Killed By Lightning During tho storm of Wednesday after noon D B Base timekeeper for the local tclepone company was struck by lightning and instantly killed A gang of five men was engaged in repairing tho telephone lino between hero and lied House when the storm came up and they drove into a nearby barn for shelter They had been there but a short while when a flash of lightning came and killed Mr Bayso and one of tho horses the other horse and men be- Ing unhurt Mr Bayso came hero a short timo ago from Shively Jefferson county Ky but during his short stay in our midst had endeared himself to quite a circle of friends Ho was a young man of high character and was devout Christian His body was prepared for burial by Oldham Lackey and the remains were shipped to his home Thrusday morning Quite Compliment to Supt Coates The State Superintendent of Public Instruction has just sent to County Superintendents tho Syllabus to be used in Teachers Institutes this year The book is a reprint of the ono used last year by SupU Coates of our city schools ill his own institute work with some chapters from the Cdurso of Study of our schools recently issued from the Climax In a foreword to the syllabus the state superintendent says FOREWORD This Manual was prepared by Supt T J Coates of the Richmond City Schools and lam deeply Indebted to HIM for the splendid service which he has thereby rewlwed the Department of Ed ionSpt Coates in OM of tlMBMMt Mrirett atMIeftlei 1tt workers 5forHe ic JinrtcteM school man and a ftnrt eUs institute ineVraotor anti thk Man ual te the outgrowth of long YlIIof training and practical experience in the sehool room and oo the institute plat foVm The kMieberor the State loan coodane tdrIVS from the sIlof theKamwtjifUrtbe iwrtjtute clone It wilt pien helpful to them throughout the MW Bafettatwdent Coaie ac knewhdS his tadebtednew to Pros E aiMftnvte of dtctDeparmentof OoareJP Wol tocky Seat Ifcntttt School for tho s ftijllo page f- lCoi e- ftEea u pege 18 afab- aYMlIl tI s if Decision of Court ot Appeals in Fish Venue Case The Attorneys for Grover C Fish filed in the Court ofAppoals on Juno the 3rd 1910 a petition to tho Court to issue a writ prohibiting tho transferof the case of the Commonwealth against him to the Jessamine Circuit Court This case came up for oral argument before the Court of Appeals on Tuesday afternoon June 7th 1010 The full Court consisting of the Chief Justiceand- six Judges sat in the case As to whether to now restrain the lower court from transferring tho case to tho Jessa mine Circuit Court the court stood evenly divided three being for the grant ing of the writ towit Lossing ORear and Nunn and three being against it towit Settle Hobson and Carroll It took the vote of the Chief Justice HS Barker to prevent the issuing of the writ Tho two principal grounds upon which the writ was denied were First that tho testimony was conflict ing and the lower court is presumed to know tho weight and credibility of witnesses and for this reason the majority of tho Court of Appeals was not prepar ed to say that tho lower court has ab used its discretion and Second also because these four Judges were of tho opinion that if the case was improperly removed to Jessa mine County and if defendant should be convicted that he would have an ad equate remedy by appeal to the Court of Appeals at that time The counsel for the defendant claimed that the remedy by appeal after convic tion is not speedy and adequate as guaranteed to tho defendant under the law and because the defendant will bo thus subjected to enormous expense un justly if the change should not have been made and which cannot bo rome died for may be a year or two nnd after the expense and annoyunci of transportation had been endured Counsel for the defendant say that they have 30 days within which to tUna petition for a rehearingwhich will cer tainly be done As this is a matter in which the people of tho county have felt an interest we publish tho entire opinion for conveni once Tho petitioner Grover C Fish a resident of Madison County was indicted by the grand jury of that county for the crime of murder alleged to have been committed by his shooting and killing one Samuel C Welch At a re cent term of tho Madison Circuit Court the judge thereof and respondent herein tho Honorable J M Benton on tim petition of the Commonwealths Attorney of the judical district filed in the case pending against tho petitioner granted a charge of venue therein and transfer red the case to the Circuit Court of Jess mine county for trial that county being in the judrcnl district of which the respondent is the regular judge The petitioner objected to tho change of venue and excepted to tho order granting same and now asks of this court a writ of prohibition to prevent the transfering of his case to Jessamino county for trial the application therefor being bused on tho grounds that the change of venue was unauthorized by the evidence and was in violation of andl1awse re substance traverses such ot Ute erI meats or the petition as denied his right to grant Ito change of yenu ami sets forth his reason for graatlng same The petition for the dhiuige of venue seems lo conform to section Jill Kentucky Statute awl the eYldMM htopdueed bjf theCommonwealth cmtduoed to prove the no6Sisity0rthChMt1S ittt Uk whie trlthat the yWeo tai 4g- by tb petWoMrtrl A opLad in the change oonduced to frer thl the Ooznmonwoshh co M obtain a fair trial el tho f3 ia Mftdfeon Cowwy sitofc be w bJtfftlf than Madison and especially so by a trial in Jessamine county Wo would not enter upon a dicussion of the evidence it was very conflicting but as is said in Commonwealth vs Carness 125 Ky 821 This Court has repeatedly held in respect to this question and such is now tho well settled rule- that it will not disturb the decision tho trial judge either in granting or refusing a change of venue unless it was based upon some ground not authorized by the statute or mounted to an abuse of discretion Again in Mount Commonwealth 120 Ky 303 we find this statement of the law The question was one to be set tled by that court upon tho proof The burden was upon tho appellant to show that ho could not get a fair trial in McCrackon county And while this court may properly re view tho decision of the lower court in granting or refusing a change of venue it will not interfere with its exercise of discretion in that matter unless it is made to appear with reasonable certainty that thero was manifest error upon the part of that court in its decision of the question Dilgcr vs Commonwealth S3 Ky 550 Fletcher vs Commonwealth 123 Ky 571 We are not prepared to say that the granting of thochanzoof venue of this case by the respondent was an abuse of discretion and unless satisfied that such was the case interference upon our part with his action in that matter Would bo unwarranted We cannot concur Jn tho petitioners contention that the respondent before granting a change of venue should have attempted to secure a jury from Madison County to try him and that his failuro to mnko such effort was a violation of the defendants rights under section 11 Bill of Rights State Constitu tution The statuto providing for a clringo of venue either to the Commonwealth or dcfoudcnt docs not require that an effort should be made by the court to obtain a jury from the county whero tho prosecution is pending or from an adjoining county to try the case before granting such change The case cited by petitioner in support of his contcn tion was decided by this court belt to tho adoption if tho present Constitution seea S I and wo do not feel bound by its conclu sionsBut beyond all that we have said it has been uniformly held by this court that it will not exorcise the power given it by section 110 Constitution to control subordinate courts in matters like this where the party asking its interposition remedyThe to that effect being found in the case of Fish vs Dcnhardt 127 S W 785 The petitioner will have the right of appeal should the case go against him upon final trial in the Circuit Court of the county to which it is to be removed which will afford him an adequate remedy if it should result that the respondent f committed an error in chang ing the venue of this case to Jessamino countyFor the reasons given the writ of prohibition is refused Whole Court sluing Judges ORear Nunn and Lassingdis smiting J A Sullivan A R Burnam Jr C C Wallace and S M Wallace For RelatorJames Breathitt Atty Genl T B Blakoy Asst Atty Gonl A F Byrd J Tevis Cobb and B A Crutcher For respondent Cuban ClubI 0 cents Beautiful Court Yard No Spitting Allowed Judge Shackelford has maintained his rulo against the sickening nuisance ofspitting on tho floors of tho court house to such an extent that no longer are ladies required to lift their skirts and turn their faces from the pools of tobacco spit that long decorated tho marble and hard wood floors Anti spitting cursades aro a matter of public education and men learn that it is box cusable to spit on a public floor as it is on their parlor carpetsSThe lawn outside is already grass grown and beautiful and the concretu walks form a frame of white around the emerald mounds that give to our public square a metropolitan air which invokes comment and praise from strangers nnd citizens alike If you need good machine oil call en Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Richmond Ky r On the War Path jll against disease you should be now in disinfecting your home and cleaning out germs insects and vermin Its war io the death now with good housekeepers and we can furnish the ammunitioa in the shape of efficient diil octants deodorizers insect powders etc VoI r- 1HLEJRy r I lt J 5 ty u J TIEHQNE 7 dN STRE- ETii4r 1 tJi iVJ1l1lJl11111 WJIm9sC Herd to P lS Justnd4hem to us for we select our goods for the fastidi V bus womenthe ones other merchants find c hardest to please As to our fi Dress Goods we have the newest diagonal weave in all colors from 89c to 1 98 yard Our FOULARDS are the choice of the seasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89c to179peryard Beautiful Swiss Embroideries in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheap st in town Wash Materials and- y rNoveltIes Look at our Readymade Waists and Skits All styles and prices Owen VIcKeeSee Our Bargain Counter Butterick PatternsI The Richmond Climax rUlltSHED WEMBOAT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR I cl PRESS aild PUBtlSIERS E icE100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1910 Democratic Ticket FOR CONGRESS HON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln County OF all the things that are being done to defeat ho ends of justice none of them are more ridiculous than the flimsy plea many men are making when they commit a crime that they are insane It is an absolute shame to know a man can do an act which de serves severe punishment and when he is brought before the court to face the charge his attorney can put up a plea of insanity and his cHant act in such a manner that a jury will send him to th e asylum thus keeping his crime from being exposed in court and avoid jilng the punishment ho so richly deserves iOf course there arc cases on record where Then were actually crazy and their future conduct proved it but in the t great majority of cases the criminal in a short while is cured of his insanity and is turned loose on the public to again disgrace society It is very evident that Harry Thaw is not crazy nor never was and bringing the matter closer to home from all the cicumstanccs it is just as evident that justice was defeated when Dr Nuttall former Superintend ent of tho State Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort was himself sent to the Lakeland asylum when brought up to fare a serious charge made by one of flic female Inmates of the institution of which ho had charge Today Dr Nut tall is a free man having been released from the asylum as cured and a most dangerous precedent has been establish ed Can nothing bo done to prevent the abuse of this practice Must the people sit idly by and see men high up in life commit grave crimes and when brought up to face the charge feign insanity and thus avoid punishment Certainly there must be a remedy an- dIthe people will not be satisfied untill remedy is applied Court of Appeals has decided iftluit the Holland bill which was passed Oby the last legislature to prohibit the establishment of the Lincoln Institute unconstitutionaljare we men iin Kentucky who can raise themselves allfife justice From beginning wo felt that K thls bill was wrong because it was aimed al a class of people who need to be trained and educated It is not wise for Ken tuckians to place anything in the way of tho progress of the negro They arc with us anti to stay and the best thing for all concerned is to lend a helping hand whenever it possible and mako better citizens of them and no one will denythe fact that proper education is the only way to arouse them to a reali nation of what it means to be an American citizen THEH never was a truer saying than When aman gels printers ink on his lingers it never comes off It hasbeen proven at least in tho case of Col W P Walton Mr Walton has tried several times to get out of the newspaper busi 1 aihiffolVan Winkles dwarfs who could smell ham a mile off and wore never nI until they came into possession of Ife bopftMr Walton wihalways ioied1tkrougli which to Qrpress lila views for laVitot 0aly has good ones bII k tafPMd to express them WotiWtfct w fhi more writers like fctet PM BM jlto take up aright DUS camse and fig4t Jot It regardless of d iprtM mybo for wr eilit ojr 4JOT PATfJHMOjC ot Fenss wa- inted by tbi UomocratiC ooit- vitkbd E few 4aaNM4fe tor Governor thsttI It 1HS to to MH Boitfa p opto at 1arp will rwor IY p IIillWtp- 1aa efsC J 0 WE are indebted to Miss Louise Bab bago one of the editors of the Brecken ridge News for a copy of tho booklet edited by her entitled Joys Of The Press It contains expressions from many newspaper men throughout the State as to what has been their greatest joy since being editors and it is a great JOY to read them Miss Babbages own ideas of The Joys Of Newspaper Work are tersely and beautifully told and show her to be a young lady of rare ability We are glad indeed that we are the possessors of the booklet and we shall treasure it because of the memories it brings of pleasant and profitable pst association with those to whom it is dedicated Mr John D Babbago and the members of the Kentucky Press Association A bill has been introduced in Congress to permit Associate Justice Moody of the United Supremo Court to retire with full pay notwithstanding he has not served ten years nor is he 70 years of age as required by law The bill was introduced because of ill health of Justice Moody It seems to us that such special legislation is contrary to the spirit if not the letter of our constitu tion We do not doubt but that Mr Moody has done his part well as an official but why vote him a pension when there are many men in the United States who are just as worthy as he and more in need of relief than this worthy gcntlman JUDGE BENTON in an exhaustive opinion decided the contest case between the Wets and Drys of Nicholas yule in favor of the Wets Last Febru ary a local option election was held in tho city of Nicholasvillo and tho Wets won by thirtyfive votes The drys con tested the election and the Judge decides that it must stand The case will be taken to the Court of Appeals If Judge Ocnlons decision is sustained we feel sorry for Nicholasvillo and Jessamine county Mark our prediction Rich mond is going to remain in tho dry column by a majority larger than before A resolution was introduced in con gress last week directing the Postmaster General investigate tho cost and practicability of carrying the mail by airship or aeroplane If the resolution is favorably reported Curtis Wright and any others who want the contract need have no fear of us being a bidder for as long as these old trotters of ours are of any use we are going to stay where the footing is good MAYOK W O HEAD of Louisville has announced himself a candidate for tho democratic nomination for Governor We predict that by the tithe our follow townsman Senator McCreary gets though with him ho will bo satisfied to be mayor of Louisville MESSRS E iand J H Young and G B Hall have purchased from J B Hrislicr tlioMadisonvillo Journal The now owners have incorporated with a capital of 10000 We wish for them unbounded success Psona u visitingin onbusinessMiddlesboroisJudge T J Coylo of Jackson county was in our city Thursday- L C Smith of Paris visited Rich mond friends last week Mrs Harry Blanton and children are visiting her parents in Lexington OreisGaincs Jasper attended the aviation meet at Louisville Saturday atDawsonSprings visitedhisMiss Edith McClure of Danville is the guest of Dr and Mrs H C Jasper Mrs Nealo Benaettf4viliung her sister Mrs Ec Middles bero 1iIrsJ TevIsWilkwsotv ef Lexington was the goest week ofrs Burton lank forChoc8eoWMrelsehowl GnobOrcMrdSprlupJCW b Aa al jfjj Dorothy are visiting Mr and Mrs Lyman Parrish Mrs Lucy Moore has returned from a ten days stay at Martinsvilje Ind Mr and Mrs A L Nanco of Somer set are visiting Mr and Mrs W E MyersI Mrs Edgar Blanton and children are visiting her sister Mrs Will Gilkerson at Blanche Ky Master Harvey Smith has returned from Louisville where ho spent several days with friends Mr William Wallace who has htcn attending Yale law school is at home for the summer Miss Ohio Blount has returned from visitingfriendsMr Frank McCarthy of Cincinnati is isiting his brother J J McCarthy on SmithBallard St daughtertending thePress meet Mr and Mrs C Rucker Adams of Chicago are visiting friends and rela tives in town and county Miss Ohio Ashbrook who has been teaching school in Paris is visiting her mother Mrs J M Barlow Mrs W T Short has returned from Cincinnati much improved in health after a severe surgical operation Mr and Mrs H S Hills and family and Mrs J P Rucker enjoyed a days outing at Bcattyvillo last Saturday Mrs Sallie Smith and son Mr Saml visitingMrs ofLancasterwith her mother Mrs Emma P Bush Misses Anna Linney and Ethel Grant left yesterday for Richmond to take a course in PedagogyDanville Advocate Noraleftwhere Miss Nora will be treated for rneumatism RobetJrshe will join her husband en route to Bloomington Mr James Dykes and Misses Sarah and Nettie Dykesof Clark county are McKinneyMr Coleman Neff has returned from positionwill travel in Western Kentucky Pinevillo Sun Misses Lynch Lander and Barter of Richmond were tho guests of Mrs R B Nugent at tho Hotel for a few days last week Mrs A C Scanlan has returned from Lexington where sho las been under manylriendsimproved zabelhEmbry manyfriendsto her old home CadizKyto the Press Association at Middlesboro andMrsMrs W E Jones and daughter Mrs Charles Anderson of Mt Sterling spent several days with Mrs Jones parentsMrdaughterTrossievisitto relatives in Lexington and Hinton and also to visit her mother Mrs inUMaryGoochisRichmondMiss Carrie Walton An theNormalMissWhltnthe home of Miss Mary Elmoro the first of the week Miss Louise Covington who is to chaperone a party of young people on an extended European tour left yesterday thpywillaaUthe trip are Misses Louise Covington Mary Q Cvin toIl Paris andRuthIllWhi1evantage of the opportunity to witness the Passion Play More Kind Words The Richmond Climax has just round ed its thirtyseventh mile stone Un der the able work of Editor A D Miller this paper has been built up to bo one of the best k the State He is one of the fw men who has taken hold of QOTrspapef property and without script orpurse at Ids command made itapaying venture Danville Messenger Important Decision stat 6uprintrKlent Regin eiii hate llKllOhooleertifieatee Heretofore fhfwp iteijia- lwa the onljr ns required to hold a cetc Urkmteof thii din ihe lower gmSt si1tag by scbn hoJdirajoMrtlftt to1 s wr slaul flhuiuIaI1 t tO 4 r J M jt1 P Ethopia Reserved Seats rCed cat plltnfri op1a to eprasentedatU e Grand Opera House Thursday evening for tho benefit of tho Infirmary will opcfrat White and Wines Drug Store thisWcdieSday morning Scats may bo pujchAsed of tickets exchanged for seat tickets Parties desiring choice seats will remember the rush for scats when Mr and Mrs Willard wore hero last fall with the SlnginSkulo and as Ethop ialIas proven to bo just as popular every where no doubt with the popu larity of the causo for which the entertainment is given and the leading local people in tho cast to the number of about 75 there will be a rushjor scats again this time All down stairs 50c Qalaty 25c same as befor- eParrishDuerson The marriage on last Friday morning of Mr J Gordon Parrish and Miss Mary Norval Duorson was quite a surprise to their many friends as no information of thoevcnt had been given put The ceremony took place at six oclock at the homo of the brides parents on Lan caster Avenuo in the presence of only the immediate families the happy couple leaving on the 640 L N train for a short trip The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Lyman Parrlsh and is a young man of sober industrious habits Ho is associated with his father in the livery business and is also interested in farming His bride is tho youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs John A Duor son anti until recently has boon the efficient bookkeeper for T T Coving ton She is loved bya wide circle of friends Mr and Mrs Parrish returned the last of the week and are with his parents on North Second street The Climax joins in with hosts of friends in extending congratulations and good wishes City Council and Soft Drink Stands Critcism of the soft drink stands about town about cloven in number had become so emphatic whether justified or not that City Council and Mayor Rico began to look into the matter with tho result that hereafter these stands will either have to be conducted legally or close up Somo of them opposed the Councils strict regulation ordinance recently enacted but were unsuccessful in having it repealed or amended last Tuesday evening Mayor Rico announced the commendable principle that as between the dollar and the boy ho would protect the latters interest and so the ordinance will stand In brief it is as follows No intoxicating liquorsto be kept on the premises for anf pur pose whatever No betting or gambling doicestSunday closing No minors under 21 admitted Inspection of promises at any time by authorities For first violation 810 fine second25r third withdraw al of license and no re under or reissue of license Annual license raised from 150 to 500 The regulations be if enforced and Mayor Rico has warned the police to seo that the law is obeyed to the letter will eliminate the abuse complained of and put tho soft drink stands Qn the plane of soda fountains without produc bydrinkingThe ordinance goes into effect July 1st Covingtoning commended for their manifcstdesiro to correct any alleged abuses that havo given rise to complaints referred to Golden Wedding Anniversary One of the most notable social events that has over taken place in Madison county was celebrated by Mr and Mrs Marcus A Phelps of their golden wed ding anniversary on Tuesday June Hat their attractive country home on the Jacks Creek pike engravedinfore and friends and kindred from far and near gathered between the hours of three and seven in the afternoon to offer congratulations upon the happy occasion and to enjoy the generous hos pitality of this delightful home The bride of fifty years was beautiful and marvelously youthful in her handsome reception gown of white messaline and the groom in his dignified black reg ulation coat scarcely needed the gold topped cano which ho carried in honor of the ocsasion since it had come to him fromfaraway Arizona The house was goldfieldroses bride roses and white ribbon fur nishing tho principal motif A concealed orchestra welcomed the guests with cheerful strains and a day of perfect sunshine clear and cool completed the setting Mr and Mrs Phelps received their guests jUst inside the parlor door assisted by their threo daughters Mrs John Fox Dawson Ga Mrs Newland Jones Phconix Arizona Mrs Richard Hocker Stanford Kentucky After greeting the receiving line the guests were escorted by other members of the family to the dining room where a beautiful bullet supper was sonedThe The dining table was decorated with wido streamers of white ribbon which woro stretched from tho coiling to the four corners of tho table from which they fell in graceful bows to the floor The brides cake an elaborate confec Uon surrounded with fifty tiny lighted cftjidles occupied the contorof the table The cake was frosted in white with 16GO in gold on one side side and 1010 on the other Tho initials PMcC and to Juno 14th in gold adorned the top of the cake Gilt candle sticks with yellow Kindles a profusion of white carnations and Marshal Niel roses completed tho effective adornment of this room In the hall Miss Jeannette Phelps the first granddaughter served punch and Miss entertainingBoth diplomafromModel School of the Kentucky State Normal and each wore her graduating gown A remarkable feature of this celebra tion was the presence of the entire fam ily seven children with their husbands and wives and seventeen grandchildren There has never been a break in the im meliato family circle Many of tim children live at a distance yet they all camp to rejoice with father and mother in tho celebration of their fiftieth anniversary They aro as follows Mr and Mrs ijamuol M Phelps Richmond Ky with four children Mr and Mrs D M Phelps Richmond Ky with five children Mr and Mrs John Fox Dawson RurusMArizonaDr1l1d CobbHOdaughters PhelpshasSamuelPhelps j one of the few mart of Madison county who retains his paternal estate antI has passed his entire life upon iL There his children wore borti ahi reared anil there ho and his wifearo spending the evening of life together The many beautiful ahd hsurtioxie gifts winch family and frietuk hftienttograco the occasion wereoilayjnone of the rooms and fterpllftaokil1g of MIjoIisPlOvldjfetUer fifty ye rs 6wddedIifs od a one looked about thiS peeef nl iramV wiUajtsvich of thrift and tod U unbroken fadlWutSie aDd habdlO2P aid Woomicp girls and boys ejjJEeH Ito pstiip M b Ueraua the aI tJ w tM 7cJ v TF2i haVE just receive nft f wrother d i 6 V r y Pumys in one and two straps in Suedele jCJ 2 Patent and Gun metal See them J Base Ball Games at Richmond June 23 and 25 Winchester Games at 330 p m Admission 25c Base Ball Won Lost Pert Parisu 25 14 till Frankfort 22 17 5Gl Winchester 18 17 512 4731Lexinf Slugging Match Tho game between Richmond and Winchester Monday was ono of tho old fashion kind There was plenty of hit thirteenlbingles knocking Wcakloy off the slab bOrON a the1kepscores put over r Baird Whittaker Taylor Bramlage and Thoss wore the chief offenders against Wcakley and Toney each getting two hits both of Taylqrs being good for two bases while ono of Bramlages wont for three For Winchester Ellis Mullin Kraher Goosctrco and Tonoy did the heavy strike work It was seen trout the beginning that Crcager was not in good form and ho had lo give way to Knox in the seventh who put a stop to the oncoming Hustlers Tho score 123156789ItRi- chmond 00002030 xl1 Winchester 010002300 Game Postponed The game scheduled between Rich mond and Sholbyvillo for AVcdncsday was postponed until Friday on account of rain It might bo added however that it would not have been necessary to postpond it If Shely villo had not played the baby act and delayed tho game until it was impossible to play more than two andpno halt innings Richmond made two runs in the first inning and it was very evident that they would win if five innings could bo play ed Sholbyvillo saw this and they be gan delaying the game in a most dis graceful manner and the strange part of it all was that Umpire Taylor allowed thom togoUaway with it The game was Richmonds by rights and should have boon forfeited or Sliloby villo made to play Such tactics hurt the game and President Ussery should instruct his umpires to keep the game going as rapidly as possible atall times ExeltingContcst- Jhe game Thursday between Rich mond and Shelbyvilie wis ono of the most exciting seen hero thus season Not that is was a well played gamo but first one side and then the other was in the lead and it was not until the last man had been retired that the victory was sure Tho final score was 6 to 7 in Richmonds favor but Shelby villo had men on second and third when thothird man was retired on a high foul Tim hitting on both sides was heavy Olson and Taylor getting three hits each for Richmond anti A tLong getting as many for Shelby villo The Pioneers started the first inning with a rush getting four runs on a biso on balls and four hits Tho Millers then started tin uphill fight which came near landing them winners Willsstart ed in to pitch for Richmond and did very well until the eighth when ho weakened and Creager WitS sent in He also had his troubles butlio got by by a close rub Cramer pitched for Um Mil lers and but for his bad first innwg would have won Thoscpro y Richmond oo 11 2 x SholbyvilleO01002012 17 Richmond 6 Winchester 2 The Winchester Husjlors wcro hero Saturday for a game and they went back with the small end of n9 to2 scoi The game started pf likoitwasgohigto be a closa ono the score standing ono andone up to the sixth inning but in this round tho PIoneers got one more across andJIIst to muko the thing sure they put four more overin tho seventh Knox who was op J11o ndrQr Rich mond pitched a masterly gamp ki pI- ng the hits welt scattered Robinson also pitched goodjjanio w and with POt foot Support theroJsTniS tolling what thin result might hayo bopni Tim Score Richmond r QOl OOl 4 iaWinchester ifjl i03 0iO2- sMbi4ikl wII WodnesdaY1i poi 6 iL jwme u p1 Y YAretAo 8IMlVie wortilby tkot7t i I Ccera- nil Harper were th pp iBg pabend OdIM scow J1btrI u ri rityo HUNTS work Criftfnr 1au tori r reci btn l9II beeo- fttJ hg1ng Milien ih btsg of XiKhcr and A LOBS WM spKilly tart tbs f3rtgp hitt out r ilf ladies OXFORDS AND PUMPS iJL of five times at bat one being a two bagger and one a threebagger while Long got three hits It was a case of where superior batting won Another feature of the game was the umpiring of Cayou the Indian umpire Ho did ex cellent work and the fans recognize in him a good partner to Wilkcrson The score l2 3426789it Slielbyvillo0000400217Richmond0 Pitched Great Ball Paris was hero Monday fora game anti Creagcr who did tljo pitching for the Pioneers simply made them look like amateurs Only ono hit was made off him a home run driv 9 by Goodman and only ono other man got as far as first base and that was by a base on balls lie also struck out 12men getting three of them in a row in the second inning Winchell did the pitching for Paris and the Pioneers found him for hits when they were heeded The final score was 5 to 1 The score 12345678911Ri- chmond 1 1002100 0- 5ParisnO00O0100001 No 31 duo herd from Cincin ITrlin derailed near Falmouth Mon four people were sligntly injured all employees of the road Tralllc nil along the line was delayed and tho train for tho south did not reach here until 415 p m An Aerial Visitor Considerable excitement was created hero Sunday afternoon about 4 oclock by the appearance just over the edge of town of a largo balloon It was sailing in a northeasterly direction but later changed its course and went duo east passing over Irvine Jackson and other places east of here It sailed on until late in the afternoon when it ran into a severe storm and tho occupants Mr II E Honeywell and William F Assman decided it was best to come to earth Thoy landed on the farm of Daniel McCoy near Xena Ky These men loft St Louis Saturday afternoon at 530 oclock in an effort to win the Lahm cup offered to the ono who could stay in the air the longest Their objective point was Chicago but after leaving St Louis the wind changed and brought them through Kentucky What About This A Kansas exchange says The women have exaggerated notions of the im portanco of meeting friends who arrive ontho train A man never expects any one to meets him but unless someone meet a woman she feels so hurt that if it wasnt for thin oxplantion she would have to give when sho go there sho would get on the next train anti go back home Women do all the crying and aU the kiss ingthatis dono arond a depot If it were not for tim women a depot wouldnt be anything moro than a place where trains stop and start If the Chidden tourists cause as much trouble in every state they pass through as thoydid in Kdntucky they will not bo very welcome guests Besides a number of minor accidents pee womans horse became frightened ran away and threw her out of tho buggy causing in juries from which she died in a short while Is the tour worth the price coiriii WI11I645 PfSTWEtCLfANfSTQO WAC Rkhmond WatrL Cb fIatli4k lawfully Miss Bear r Yes providing he vi1h me a Wick Blue Flame u Oil Cook Stove and all the Furniture for the home from LUMAN AND HIGGINS They sell on easy weekly or monthly payments or will save us 10 to 20 per cen on cash purchases t See his answer next week I Fourth of July Rates Via Queen Crescent Route On account of the celebration of the 131th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of the United States this Queen Crescent Route will sell round trip tickets July 2 3 and 4 good return ing until July 8 1910 at reduced rates Ask ticket agent for full particulars The Corn Crop No more lot it be said that the Southern farmers corn crib and smokehouse are in the West With an unprecedent ed corn crop indicated in the South this year thero should be also an equally largo pig crop Independenenco of the store keeper to a large degree and greater prosperty will follow attention to this matter Wo have nothing against the store keepers who handle their meats They are generally good men and well able to look after their own interests Cotton and tobacco farmers may profit by doing the sam- eDreamed Tobacco Prices A Main Street merchant tolls us of a singular dream ho had one night reCent- ly in effect that the crop of tobacco for this year had already been put on the market and that it brought 19 34 cents per pound Ho is a nonpooler be acknowledged and when ho woko up next morning and found that he had only had a dream and there was nothing in it ho has been thinking ever since that ho had bettor join his fellowfarmers in the pool and get a good price this year and not continue to bvo only dreams Theabove story is absolutely true Huge Joke On Bride And Groom The Cincinnati Enquirer describes thus a joke played upon ahowlyweddod twobyoneandahalffoot with red hearts and winged cupids de Hverod to a demure looking couple in a corner ot the dining room at tho Sinton yesterday noon informed the large ctawd of diners there that the recipients who had been looking as matterroffact as possible were bride and groom The two wqro Clay Sutton farmer Lancas ter Ky and his wife of but half an hour Their laces turned the color of the hearts Tho ceremony had taken place at high noon in a private park at the hotel The tender postalcard greeting had boon sent by admiring friends from Buttons home and its arrival had been exactly timed On tebMkof the lingo poeUl were tgjHtrooms AndNwsjQQ of Lnest r irw pres tMtW thk huabads They are Mw AH Bio Richmond lad and irs Dr J H ktauMoa Oovn toKCt ism aoapt of tbt sgric- lndttryve 1CW bkt att4a siajfll ba MiMMuhAazy uvii- r Or kedui4 wi diaa- Ps M ti Minister Miss Teddy Bear will you take Mr Billy Bear to be your hus band Teddy buy from Soared AltMarksbnry wedded Banish Catarrh Breathe Hyomei for Two Min utes and Stuffed Up Head Will Vanish If you want to Rot relief from catarrh cold in the head or from an irritating cough In the shortest time breathe Hy omei It will clean out your head in two minutes and allow you to breathe freely awake or asleep Hyomoi will euro a cold in ono day it will relieve you of disgusting snuilles hawking spitting and offensive breath in a week Hyomei is made chiefly from eucalyp tol a soothing healing germ killing antiseptic that comes from the eucalyp tus forests of inland Australia whore catarrh asthma and consumption were never known so exist Hyomei is pleasant and easy to breathe Just pour out a row drops into tho hard rubber inhaler use as directed and cure is almost certain includingInhaleronly 8100 at all druggists anti at B L Middletons If you already own an inhaler you can get an extra bottle of Hyomei at druggists for hoc MIONACUres It relieves stomach misery sour atom ach belching and cures all stomach dis tablotsMay Be A Go After All proposedlightingmill on Dix river is not such ah air capitalismakingthethat the dam will cost 1250000 and powerManytucky will bo benefited if the scheme is carried outs IFor Sale 10 head of highclass Jersey Heifers all with calves some springing fawn color black nose and tongue Every one high bred If not sold before will be at Madison County Stock Yards on Court Day Monday July 4 Will also sell on First Street at 3 p m o- nSaturday June 25 Sport his trap and harhcSport is one of the best Shetland pOn esallve is child broke one good to satiajo and a firm driver A good broke and a show pony Goes to the best bidderSaturday Robt Walker Dissolution Notice The firm of Mciaughey Moberly has been dissolved by mutual consent Mr McGaughey having purchased the interest of Mr Moberly and tho business will bo continued under the name of the Schlegel Studio Public Sale Having decided to quit keeping boarders I will sell at public auction Saturday June 25 at 10 a m a lot of household and kitchen furniture consisting of beds chairs stoves wash stands dressers one white stone mudlined refrigerator one threecornered cupboard over 100 years old and many other things Will also sell a lot of blacksmith and carpenter tools consisting of everything need ed in a first class shop such as anvils hammers rubber tiro machine drill and bits boxing machine full set screw plates saws chisels etc Any farmer needing tools should not fall to come Will sell anything private ly before day of sale Mns W H BOLTO Water St Richmond Ky No Old Worn Out Cow ever supplies thie beef for this market Only meabform young choice cattleis permit ted to enter here You can not possibly know what the best beef tasts like until you have put your teeth into one ofoir rosor steak Try Qnety lor gpcxi eatings lIaR T CPCULTQN 5 II1It JaWafv tt ifJ 0 i tjt i a sq c r Oh The Solid Comfort in a roomy arm chair See those we have They are restMissionAll kinds of cushions too Suitable for den library or living room as you prefer Have a look and you still have one of these chairs i HltifTTandHICeiNS UNDERTAKINGi l Why Wait Until the Very Last Minute Dont procrastinate Dont bo foolish Take time by the fore look and get in your Coal now We Deliver Quickl- yTelephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tlio exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been gottinfrelsewhere and possiblylens Full Weigh or Coal Forfeied BroaddusS Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If 3 ou are going to sell out and want your goods to bring in they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con Iud your sale His narges are reasonable IIcocream in any quantity at Riccis Mrs C P Wiggins Loxington Ky I gave my fowls Bourbon Poultry Cure when they were sick and it certainly worked wonders Sold by Perrys drugstore Strayed From T II Collins place on Muddy Creek a steer calf weighing about 400 pounds Information will be thankfully l received Rufus Sams Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of G A Smith deceased must file same with me verified as required by law on or before August 18 1910 or same will be barred W D Smith j15 4t Administrator For Sale Privately One Mission Flemish oak bedroom set one Majcctic range one Florence heat ing stove largo size and one iron bed all now J R Johnson Farm For Sale As executor of David Chenault de ceased I will sell privately the home place of Mr Chenault on Irvine pike This is one of the most desirable homes in Madison county situated one mile toaSt of Richmond The farm consists ol thirty acres of finest blue grass soil n the county and is especially suitable w tojicc On same is a modern resi dence wlto eight rooms hall etc and all nsenry outbuildings and an abundance jt running water in addition to cistern On the farm is also a very fine orchard o all kinds of fruit and a large totexamine can Mrs David Chenaulf on the premises J C Chenault Richmond Ky or J W Elmoro Executor tf Lancaster Ky Notice Richmond Ky Juno 14tb 1910 Proposals for Bids to Supply Text Books to All County High Schools in Madison County Kentucky To Text Book Publishers and School Supply Companies Notice is hereby given that proposals for the supply at contract prices to be hereafter agreed upon of text books for use in the High Schools in and for Madison County Ky will bo received by the Text Book Commision of Madison County at the Office of the County Superintendent of Schools in and for caid County on or before Wednesday Juno 20th 2 oclock pm 1910 at which byjprovisions of Law AcFlOlO of the Kentucky Legis lature I The said commission reserves the ight to reject any and all bids This action was taken at a regularly called meeting of the Madison County text lk ok Commission hold in Rich ondYaiisonCounty Ky this Juno Hth WO rohn Nol iiwl- iLsaM el badison Count ft- ikWIi LSia7wrltaV IIJ t Around Town I Try Riccis ice cream tf operahouse goingtoRicci delivers ice cream anywhere in the city Give him a trial order tf everySundaychurch Dont fail to attend tho St Johns League day at Kirksville on Friday Juno 24th If you are a lover of good music you operahousoYou will fail to win some valuable premiums if you do not get your show stuff ready for Richmonds big fair Tho French Mission Circle of the Presbyterian church met Monday Mrs J G Bosley on Lancaster Ave withI The case of Ad Creokmore was morningbutJuly 14 Tho ladies of the Pond church will give an ice cream supper at the church Everybodyinvited The Richmond No Names headed by Capt Del Azbell went to Lancaster last Friday for a game of ball and were defeated by the score of 8 to 3 Sew on your buttons for tho Piccan innies will Burley burst them off when they sing the Yama Yama man in Ethopia tomorrow night Hamilton and Thurman have sold to II L Perry a lot in Burnamwood addi lion Mr Perry will begin at once tho erection of a handsome homo Mrs Fannio Thomas of Moberly was tried peforo Judge Shackelford last Wednesday on a lunacy charge and was adjudged to be of unsound mind Tell Us Pretty Ladies which will bo rendered by half a dozen ladies and gentlemen is going to bo one of the hits of Ethopia tomorrow night Clark Allman who graduated a few days ago from tho Cincinnati College of Pharmacy has accepted a position with tho George Drug CooC Winchester Ethppha is brim full of old time Southern melodies and uptodate songs A chorus of 75 voices will render them at the opera house tomorrow night Andrew Golf Broaddus and Miss OHic Winkler a popular young conplo of Moberly wore married last Thursday by Prof E C McDouglo at his residence on the Summitt- While engaged in stacking lumber in the yards of Mobray and Robinson at West Irvine Estill county last Friday William Sparks and Jack Underwood were struck by lightining and instantly killed There was considerable hail mixed in with tho heavy rain of last Wednesday Tho rain was the heaviest seen hero for some time and reports say considerable damage was done in various portions of tho county The District Sunday School conven tion will beheld at Narrow Gap Sunday June 2Gth beginning at i m Everyone interested in Sunday School work is cordially invited to be present Dinner no the ground On account of having been one of sev eral teachers to prefer changes against Prof DeMoss principal of the Johnson school at Lexington Mrs Clara Akers formerly this place was not reelected for next year D W Hart Pisgah Ky Breeder of B P Rocks says 1 used Bourbon Poultry Curo with my fowls and find it to bo a splendid tonic and conditioner I have also cured cholera with it Sold by Perrys drugstore Hon Joel B Fort one of the most noted orators of Tennessee will address tho meeting of the tobacco growers at Paint Lick Saturday Juno 25 at 2 oclock Mr Fort is a splendid speaker and everyone should avail themselves of this opportunity to hear him Tho Plantation Minstrel Scene in Ethopia is going to be a very taking feature as it represents tho oldtime negro musical entertainment as it was seen in the early days and is void of tho objoctioaable features of tho many present ay a temps at this class of entertainment Chick Chick Chick Why pay 225 a hundred for cracke- chicken fend from tho stores when you can buy racked feeds from us consist ing of wheat corn oats and screenings for 3LGO Burnam perhundredI Ky 4122 To Mammonh Cave July 30th from Kiclisiond ad all way staikms on regular Morning train A gtMt titrefs days outing fore ttl Id ThiwM1ii4 tdetharailroad tare ntleo d4 Ctw1 koeei fed aaaatwiw a tie a tw rN lq a t r 0 9 + Big StoreImprovement Sale j Goes On No Let Up On RRICE CUTTINGClothing Shoes flats and Furnishings Absolutely Slaughtered We are Forced to Make Room for Store Improvements 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 L COVINCTON and BANKSTHE STORE FOR QUALITY Kz = 1E Lost- A ladies dark green leather shopping bag with brass chain probably on Lan castor avenue Please return same to this ofllcc Corner Stone Laying Tile laying of tho corner stone of tho Kirksvillo Babtist church will take place on Sunday afternoon Juno 2Cth at three oclock The services will be conducted by Dr W D Powell and Rev Knight All are cordially invited to attend Still Another Wiggins Bros grocers continue to grow Recently they opened a branch store in the room formerly occupied b C H Pigg Now they go n step further and have opened another branch in tho room on Main St recently vacat ed by Caldwell Taylor Their en terprise will certainly be rewarded Will Not Be Here The Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co has decided not to have a warehouse in this place next year Mr Thomas 1lcCray was manager for this company hero this year and ho bought and shipped between 1000 and 1500 hogsheads of tobacco during tho year If the farm ers of this county should fail to pool their tobaccothis company will be greatly missed St Johns League Day The members of tho Masonic lodge of Kirksvillo want it understood that they extend to everyone in Madison county a hearty welcome to be present at tho St Johns Day exercises to be held at Round Hill near Kirksvillo on Friday Juno 21 Thero will be plenty of good speaking and other things to entertain and a good time is promised all who will attend The Kirksville locality has a reputation for hospitality so fix up a basket of good things to cat and join in the crowd Married In New Mexico- It will be quite a surprise to the friends of Miss Ora Johns to learn that she was married a few days ago to Mr J L Hyde of Rosewoll Now Mexico Miss Johns was visiting in Rosowoll and while there mot Mr Hyde She is a sister of Mrs Creed Gott of this city and has a wide circle of friends hero who wish her well 31 r Hyde is a prosperous real estate dealer and is a gen tleman worthy in ovary way of the lady he has won They will roisde in New Mexico Best Piece of Street in Town Lancaster Avenue long hold tho palm for tho best piece of street work in the city Heavy hauling to tho Normal and constant travel along that Boulevard have worn it some particularly in the basin below tho Episcopal church Now the best piece of street is tho squa from Councilman Lorischs house to the L and N depot It is a model road being crowned with a high oval that will turn water easily and prevent wash ing away if oil is applied before it is too late More roadway of that stylo will pay An Old Gourd Old Aunt Elizabeth Bcgloy of this vicinity has in her pssessiona gourd that is over one hundred years old Originally it was used to hold powder It was brought here from MuddyJCreek in Madison county byhor grandfather Hdon a spot on Muddy Creek Where Daniel Boone had 178s5 n The neck is just 12 Inches long She was offered 8500 for it tbsed to the Centouiftl Exposition but would not part will itSho prizes It very highly Beattyyillo Enterprise Etkopkthe it uMftt to biJ TtiMeaied for the beMltOtMPA 0 Ltlrriaiqat the iraopioa flea to nlJusi M hjuwfci dgltiNrit l1 tt4 ate +IES stirtaaay iNlet lrNr g Per Cent Clause Would Bind Grower Hand and Foot In BurleyProvision Would Work Destruction of th inLetterIn a communication to members tho Executive Committee of tho Burloy peryfor the 1910 pool and why such a clause could not be embodied Accompanying this communication is a letter from CoL John R Allen written March 5 in which is stated tho opinion of Attorneys for the Society Tho Jettors follow Dear Sir Some persons who desire the ruin and destruction of the Burley Tobacco Society and who in accomplishing their purpose deliver tho Tobacco growers bound hand and foot into the powor of tho Tobacco Trust are through newspapers and on tho stump demanding that a 75 per cent clause bo inserted in tho pledge Since there may bo honest men who honestly believe that such a clause should bo in tho pledge wo take this means of tolling you why those who have your interests at heart and whom you have chosen to protect your proper ty did not insert in the 1910 pledge a 75 per cent clause Tho first pledge contained a per cent clause and WQ learned by experience that there is danger in such a clause When wo took legal steps against men who broke their pledge some lawyers who could mako tho worse cause appear the better would take the ground that wo did not have the required per cent In a community where officers of the law and public sentiment weroSin tho favor of pooling the virdict would bo for tho Society In communities whore the officers of the law and the public sentiment were against pooling the verdict would be for the man who broko his pledge In this way the loss of tho pooled tobacco worked hardship on the honest members Seeing the ditliculty that it made our lawyers nd vised us not to putfc per cunt clause in subsequent contracts We include in this circular a letter from Col John r Allen giving his opinion on this subject The General Assembly has passed all the laws necessary to protect our Socie ty if wo use common sense nod tho light of experience But to put a per cent clause in tho 1910 pledge would open a breathersrocould escape A per cent clause in the contract would only make a mark for tho Trust to shoot at If wo inserted a 75 per cent clause the Trust would have only to buy up at 26 per cent and thus make any pool imposssble Having bought the smallest fraction over onefourth of the crop at good prices the Trust would bo able to control the remainder of tho payTheto go attar it and not waste time and energy in a wrangle about technicality that would seriously weaken the pool Tho only reason that we have sot 73por cent or85 percent in the 189txo is that selfish or shortsighted stns claim fag to be the growers Jriwds siude war us during the Wit pooling asasoa sador confused and misled the people Doat be misted this tire Extending the tHM M 4 ckriig UM pool to November 1st giVM two boards oboardjA1i6AtUl8aci d atit 001ober g rsyres ul fist tM if Ye lane joM dhitr i li P M dared the pool ofT onor before Novem ber 1st lourpageIestly hope that you will take time to read all in those four pages and also the contents of a second sheet which wo shall send you in a few days It is It is tho farmers fault to work too much and to read to little It is just as necessary to maintain an organization to sell your tobacco at a good price as it is to grow it Sincerely yours EXECUTIVE COMJIITTEEBUIUEY TOCACCO SOCIETY Letter from Col John R Allen Lexington Ky March 5th 1910 Executive Board of Burley Tobacco Society City GentlemanMr and myself have gone over the draft of the pledge for tho year 1010 and return the same with certain amendments and changes which we suggested and which are noted thereon Vfo have hcrotoforo advised the Board very strongly not to embody in the pledge for 1010 any guaranty of the percentage of tobacco to bo pooled or any number of acres to be pooled before the pool becomes effective and wo lire glad to know after talking with the Board that tho majority of tho Board agree with us in this opinion Our experience with litigation grow ing out of suits against dumpers is that a guaranty of a certain percentage of the acreage or a guaranty of a percent ago of tho amount of tobacco to bo pool ed before the pool becomes effective was a great detriment to us under the 1900 pledge and put us at a great dis advantage because in every instance the parties plead that wo did not have the percentage pooled as wo claimed and it would necessitate if the same clause were contained in the 1910 pledge a great deal of trouble and expense and investigation in order to prove that we had the necessary percentage pooled Yours very truly Signed John R Allen Attorney Judge A R Burnam has a fine soon w his farm near town that gave birth a few days ago to seventeen pigs all of whichare thriving A few more sows this in the county and the price of meat would go dow- nTcbacco Day Not satisfied with tho splendid program already arranged in which they offer liberal premiums for horses mules jacks farm products ladies handiwork etc tho managers of the Richmond fair have arranged for a day to be known as Tobacco Day Friday July 22 has bson set apartas the day and speeches on the tobacco question will be made between the hoursvf 1230 and 230 b Judge E O QRear and Congressman A O Stanley Time gentjewea are rec ogniz d as being aooc the best orat ors of the stat and as they are both heart ill in fovea el the tobitcco pool they will tell tha psople of this and ad joining eottfltle many things of lnt Thee pche iIIMtinterfere in the katt yitfc UM Nfular programof tse day Lt irk earn and twaiats title I1sRlialireJof Mdbea CwuIy faiTh Sm ufiaf Sws0 Lower Court Affirmed The Court of Appeals last Fridaj afllrmcd tho decision of the Madison Clrduit Court in the case of the Pred estinarian Baptist as the United Baptist Tho caso grew out of the sale of tho half interest of the Baptist church in this city owned by tho United Baptists theean an intereat in the church and demaded half of the money received for tho property The United Baptists refused to turn over the money and a suit was brought in Madison Circuit Court and the jury decided that Predestinarian Baptists had no interest whatever in the property The case was taken to tho Court of Appeals with the above result Well Deserved Honor It will be pleasing news to the many friends of Ivan McDougall son of Prof E C McDouglc to know that ho has been chosen by tho School Board of Car lisle Ky as Assistant Principal of tho City School of that place This is an honor that is well deserved for he is one of tho most brilliant students who ever attended the Normal School He is now only seventeen years of age but will be eighteen just five days before he graduates in July making him the legal ago to teach Beside keeping up his studies ho has been for quito a while editorinchief of The Student a month ly paper published by the Normal stu dents and is also editor of the Senior Class Annual We predict for him a brilliant future as a teacher and shall watch his career with interest Killed By Lightning During the storm of Wednesday after noon D B Bayse timekeeper for the local telepone company was struck by lightning and instantly killed A gang of five men was engaged in repairing the telephone lino between hero and Red House when the storm came up and they drove Into a nearby barn for shelter They had been there but a short while when a flash of lightning came and killed Mr Bayso and ono of the horses the other horse and men being unhurt Mr Bayso camo hero a short time ago from Shivoly Jefferson county Ky but during his short stay in our midst had endeared himself to quito a circle of friends Ho was a young man of high character and was devout Christian His body was pro pared for burial by Oldham Lackey and the remains were shipped to his home Thrusday morning Quite A Compliment to Supt Coates The State Superintendent of Public Instruction has just sent to County Superintendents the Syllabus to be used in Teachers Institutes this year The book is a reprint of the ono used last year by Supt Coates of our city schools in his own instituto work with some chapters from the Course of Study of our schools recently issued from the Climax In a foreword to the syllabus the state superintendent says FOREWORD This Manual was prepared by Supt T J Coates of tho Richmond City Schools and lam deeply indebted to him for the splendid service which he has thereby rendered the Department of Education Supt Coates is one of the most earnest and efficient workers for the cause of education in Kentucky firstyual is the outgrowth of long years of training and practical experience in the ellOOlRalld oa the institute plat of the State can continue to derive benefit from the study of the Manual after the institute closes It will prove helpful to them throughout aceteetknanlagK His btednfSllto Prof K C Mettle of the D partment X GeMl Ped of the KasUra Yen k7iWeal80boo1 for 1M oa PbSioJont pogo lgi 00 Oonnin SetMti OwtifieaUo na0- on JWM tfttion JIIII6RO JL ttd liIfMtddusr MIpswlnr- u Decision of Court of Appeals in Fish Venue Case The Attorneys for Grover C Fish filed in thin Court of Appeals on Juno the 3rd 1910 a petition to the Court to sue a writ prohibiting the transferor this case of the Commonwealth against him to the Jessamine Circuit Court This case camo up for oral argument before the Court of Appeals on Tuesday afternoon Juno 7th 1910 Tho full Court consisting of the Chief Justice and six Judges sat in the case As to whether to now restrain tho lower court from transferring tho case to the Jessa mine Circuit Court the court stood evenly divided three being for thegrant ing of the writ towit Lassing OItear and Nunn anti three being against it towit Settle Hobson and Carroll It took the vote of the Chief Justice II S Barker to prevent the issuing of tho writ The two principal grounds upon which the writ was denied were First that tho testimony was conflict ing and the lower court is presumed to know tho weight and credibility of wit nesses and for this reason the majority of tho Court of Appeals was not prepar ed to say that tho lower court has ab used its discretion and Second also because these four Judges were of tho opinion that if the case was improperly removed to Jessa mine County and if defendant should be convicted that he would havo an ad equate remedy by appeal to tho Courtof Appeals at that time The counsel for tho defendant claimed that the remedy by appeal after convic tion is not speedy and adequate as guaranteed to tho defendant under the law and becauso the defendant will bo thus subjected to enormous expense unjustly if the change should not have been made and which cannot bo ramp died for may bo a year or two and after the expense and annoyance of transportation had been endured Counsel for the defendant say that they havo 30 days within which to file a petition for a rehearing which will certainly be done As this is a matter in which the people of the county have felt an interest we publish the entire opinion for conveni enceThe petitioner Grover C Fish a resident of Madison County was indicted by the grand jury of that county for tho crime of murder alleged to have been committed by his shooting and killing one Samuel C Welch At are cent term of tho Madison Circuit Court the judge thereof and respondent heroin the Honorable J M Benton on the petition of tho Commonwealths Attorney of the judical district filed in the case pending against the petitioner granted a charge of venue therein and transfer red the case to the Circuit Court of Jessa mine county for trial that county being in the jud cal district of which tho respondent is the regular judge The petitioner objected to the change of venue and excepted to tho order granting same and now asks of this court a writ of prohibition to prevent the transferjng of his case to Jessamino county for trial the application therefor being based on tho grounds that the change of venue was unauthorized by the evidence and was in violation of his rights under tho constitution and laws of the State The response of the circuit judge iu substance traverses such of the aver nients or the petition as dented his right to grant the change of venue and sets forth his reason for granting same The petition for the change of venue seems to conform to section HIV Statutes and this evidence KentuckyI by the Commonwealth the necessity for tkochaijge Itialilco we true that the evklcBeei 1Mrwiitcetl 1f tdea p tUkm r Flab in oppwilwt tlofcaog oooduiatltspaow that 1fc OMmmurMlth co1d obis afairlrW tlb ca a bi Madlak Caugly si- 4a td t ld1a llltstty pFejsiMvtt W 1 Mft1w is uatm wy Ui n than Madison and especially so by a trial in Jessamine county Wo would not enter upon a dicussion of the evidence it was very conflicting but as is said in Commonwealth vs Carnoss 125 Ky 621 This Court has repeatedly hold in respect to this question and such is now the well settled rule that it will not disturb the decision o the trial judge either in granting or refusing change of venue unless it was based upon some ground not authorized by the statute or amounted to an abuse of discretion Again in Mount vs Commonwealth 120 Ky 393 wo lied this statement of tho law The question was ono to be set tled by that court upon the proof The burden was upon tho appellant to show that he could not get a fair trial in McCracken county And while this court may properly re view the decision of the lower court 01vellueexercise of discretion in that matter unless it is made to appear with reasonable certainty that there was manifest error upon the part of that court in its decision of the question Dilger vs Commonwealth SS Ky 550 Fletcher vs Commonwealth 123 Ky 571 We are not prepared to say that the granting of thochansoof venuo of this case by tho respondent was an abuse of discretion and unless satisfied that such was tho case interference upon our part with his action in that matter would be unwarranted We cannot concurjn the petitioners contention that the respondent before granting a change of venue should have attempted to secure a jury from Madison County to try him and that his failure to make such effort was a violation of the defendants rights under section 11 Bill of Rights State Constitu tution The statute providing for a clingo of venue either to tho Commonwealth or dofondent does not require that an effort should be made by the court to obtain a jury from the county where tho prosecution is pending or from an adjoining county to try the case before granting such change Tho case cited by petitioner in support of his conten tion was decided by this court bofcro tho adoption if the present Constitution and we do not feel bound by its conclu sionsBut beyond all that we have said it has been uniformly hold by this court that it will not exercise the power given it by section 110 Constitution to control subordinate courts in matters like this where the party asking its interposition remedyf to that effect being found in tho case of Fish vs Donbanlt 127 S W785 Tho petitioner will have the right of appeal should the case go against him upon final trial in the Circuit Court of the county to which it is to be removed which will afford him an adequate remedy if it should result that the respondent committed an error in chang ing the venue of this caso to Jessamino county For tho reasons given the writ of prohibition is refused Whole Court sittingJudges ORear Xunn and Lassing dis sent ing J A Sullivan A R Burnam Jr C C Wallace and S M Wallace For Breathitt Atty Goal T B Blakoy Asst Atty Genl A F Byrd J Tevis Cobb and B A Crutcher For respondent Cuban Clubl0 cents Beautiful Court Yard No Spitting Allowed Judge Shackelford has maintained his rule against the sickening nuisance of spitting on the floors of tho court house to such an extort that no longer arc ladies required to lift their skirts and turn their faces from tho pools of tobacco spit that long decorated the marble and hard wood floors Anti spitting cursadcs are a matter of public education and men learn that it is inex cusable to spit on a public floor as it is on their parlor carpets The lawn outside is already grass grown and beaut tful and the concrete walks form a frame of white around tho emerald mounds that give to our public square a metropolitan air which invokes comment and praise from strangers and citizens alike If you need good machine oil call t n Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Richmond Ky On the War Path I against disease you should be now in disinfectiuu your home and cleaning out germs insects and vermin Its war to the death now with good housekeepers and we can furnish the ammunitioa in the shape of efficient disinfectants deodorizers insect powders etci t r wl L FERRYg- 1 F i r1 i HoN E 76 MAJHr cS 1 t L Smart Clothes For Ladies and Misses t will be found in Mrs J M Barlows Readytowear Parlor in Bulldlngwilh llr F J Ycagcrs Jewelry Store 218 West Main Street Come inwlll be glad to show you my now line of Ladies Kcadyloovcar 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MAIN STREET CINCINNATI OHIO Nervous Women For nervous tired women we recommend Car duL Cardui is a womans medicine It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic building harmfulingredientssuffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial CARDUI It Will Help Yeu laWW GaTber of Paducah Ky tried Cardoi and writw yeiitaking it I used to Buffer from bcaciug down ains BCITOMIMMI and riegdoamcM bat now the pain are all gone and I sleep flood 1 higky pwaN Cirdul for young au dH Try it c JA AW DETO BTOW i u imjj 111 fU I t fUnLIr TREMENDOUS HIT It is truly remarkable how quickly the public will take hold of a value giving special The sale of the SUITS AND COATS AND PANTS at 1436 has been a record breaking success not only from a local standpoint but from our outoftown customers We found on account of the lateness of the season we were overstocked in 1800 and 2000 Suits The public found it out too for when we put on this special of new goods they responded nobly If they last we will continue this sale one week longer that is until June 25th to give all our outoftown customers a chance Come early and get a select choice ALL 18 and I 20 Fancy Suits 1436 CHAS L STRAUS Mgr QUESTIONS IN COURT A Series That Moved an Observ er to Turn Critic SOME GEMS HE PRESERVED The Lawyers Didnt Seem to See the Ridiculous Phase of the Inquiry but It Loomed Large to the Man Withan Idea That the Law Is Solemn A man who spent several days In a courtroom listening to the examination of venlremen was struck with the reflection that some shining legal minds would not be unduly dimmed by the Infusion of a few of the principles of logic Tho time taken up by attorneys In drawing the conclusion that a juror who lives at a given address makes his home there and then referring tho conclusion to the Juror for confirma tion has not been computed hut any one mathematically Inclined may fig ure It out by multiplying the following examples by any handy large round numberWhat Is your occupation j I am a switchman On a railroad rThe obvious answer which the jurors awe of hIs surroundings prevents him from making would be of course No In anlce cream parlor Judge said a Juror 1 would like to be excused from service When summoned I was making arrangements for my brotherinlaws fu neralIs your brotherinlaw dead In quired the court It developed that he was Now Mr Juror camo another question what Is your age Fortyfour Fortyfour years old That Is exactly what tho Juror meant The lawyer guessed right the very first time Here Is another flash that came to youUveAt 4410 Blank street You reside there do you Once In awhile there Is a funny an swer which Isnt to be wondered at considering the power of suggestion Are you married Yes Any family r TwoBut balance is well on the law yers side Witness this The ques tioner had asked If a Juror was relat ed In any way to any of the princi pals or witnesses In the case I am a brotherinlaw of Mr Blank one of the witnesses was the reply You married his sister then no had- Let me ask you now Mr Juror have you formed any opinion about the guilt or Innocence of this defend ant I have Is It a fixed opinion or Is It one that could be changed by evidence It could be changed If tho evidence were strong enough Then you would not call It a defi alto opinion No It Is a vague opinion then Mr Juror follow mo closely If you please You say your opinion Is a vague one and not definitely fixed Now then If that Is the case and you went Into that Jury box and listened to the evidence adduced from that wit ness stand and heard the law expound ed by the Judge from that bench would It not be possible for you to lay aside that opinion and concur In avcr diet warranted by the evidence and the Instructions of the court attorney having received the sarno answer to his long question as to his short one Is perfectly satisfied and throws a triumphant look at his colleague which says I knew I could get It out of him If I kept at him long enough Here Is another astonishing deduc thou A Juror took the stand dressed In a blue uniform with brass buttons Around his belt was strapped a money changer The examining attorney looked at him long and searchIngly and then said in a tone which admitted of no trifling You are a street car conductor It was the same attorney who forced this confession from another juror That Is your occupation Im a bookkeeper for Blank Co You keep books In the office Unmasked the bookkeeper broke down and made aclean breast of itNow Mr Juror be good enough Ho state how old you are Fiftysix years Row long have you resided In this state Fifteen years Then you wero not born hero The trapped man admitted tho truth Here Is another Were you born In Missouri No sir Oh I see Then you moved hero from some other state And then In a comecomedontdelnytbecourt tone of voice Where did you come fromChicago Chicago IllrKansas City Times Unhappy Marti Yes my old friend I have been the victim of misfortune In all my loveaf fairs My first sweetheart died the second jlltedme and the third became my wlfer Tears are often the telescope through which men see far into heaven B ecber Closing OutSaJeiAs assignee of Gok3en Flora I wi1- to UDcetct th pwblU that I have 6a bftod a haDcMo11M of ans 4 4ta rhc tI 1Mib1I tS 1 fI r 0 0 A BRAVE GIRL Her Terrible Experience While en a Smuggling Expedition This tale of heroism displayed by n young woman engaged In smuggling contraband goods over the SwissItal ian border comes from Geneva Mile Poretti aged eighteen and her1roth er aged twentythree left Swiss terrI- tory to cross the Baldlsco pass carry ing contraband goods Into Italy On the summit they were overtaken by a violent snowstorm and were soon in deep snow The Potettls roped them selves the youug man leading They lost their way and while attempting to find the path Porcttl fell through the snow Into a crevasse Into which ho nearly dragged lila sister The girl hpwever planted her Ice as In the snow and withstood the shock Early the next morning several smugglers crossing the pass from Swiss territory into Italian found the young girl near the ordinary route tak en by smugglers and recognized her at once as she belonged to a smugglers family and lived at Chiavenna The smugglers at once drew up the broth er but found that ho had died during the thirteen hours his sister had held him by the rope Ho had received se vera Injuries In the head and his body was frozen The smugglers carried down the brave girl who was almost uncon scious as well as the dead body of her brother and notified the Porettl family at Chlaveuno On reaching the valley the girl had recovered sufficiently from her terrible experience to explain that she and her brother had spoken for several hours after the accident and at last he had said that he felt nothing and wanted to sleep A warm night followed the snow storm or twodead bodies would have been found Under the great strain the rope had cut through the girls clothes and her waist was bleeding when she was res uedChlcago News MISERY AIDING MISERY The Helping Hand Among the Beach- Combers of Marseilles nanny A Franck In A Vagabond Journey Around the World writes of tho trying times when he was a beach comber in Marseilles Long hungry days passed days in which I could scarcely withstand the temptation to carry my kodak to the mont do plete pawnshop Just off the sailors square Amongthff beach combers there were dally some who gained a few francs by ah odd Job by the sale of an extra garment or by grafting pure and simple When his hand closed on a mayhavefirst thought was not to gorge himself but to share his fortune with his com panions under hatches In those bleak November days many a man ranked a worthless outcast by his more fortu nate fellow beings toiled all day at the trampedbackVictor Gelu to divide his earnings with other famished mlscrablcs whom he had not known a week before More than one man sold the only shirt he owned to feed anew arrival who was an absolute stranger to nUt These men won no praise for their benefactions They expected none and would have opened their oys in wonder if they had been told that their actions were worthy of praise The stranded band grew to be a corporate body By a Job here and there I contributed my share to the common fund and between us wo tough orr gaunt starva lion In a dirty alley Just off the place was an Inn kept by n Greek in which one could sleep on the floor at 3 sous or in a cot at C and every evening band of ragged mortals might have been seen dividing the earnings or somo of them into three sou lots aa they made their way toward LAu bcrge chez le Grec- Halleys It Achievements Edmund Ualley was n very great man ne was not only the first to predict correctly the return of a comet that which is now known by his namo but alsobefore Newton had annouuc ed his results to any one arrived the conclusion that the attraction ot gravitation probably varied Inversely as the square of the distance While these and other Important achieve Slelll3tovlsed a method determining tbe ago of the ocean from chemical denuda tqnDr G P Becker lu Science Tommy Knew f Teacher addressing classA philan thropist Is a petson who exerts hlm self to do good to his fellow men Now itl were wealthy children and gave money freely to all needy nod un fortunates who asked my aid Id ben She broke off abruptly to point at a boy In the class What would I be Tommyshe asked A cinch shouted Tommy Er change Be There Is The a CureIdeeply interested like her you know1 still I neVeou1d Jove her I want to put an end to it wlth utbreaklug the poiirglrrsbeart Can you suggest SheDo you cnlrthere often He No indeed not any oftener than I can possibly help SheCall oftener f Whet Did Ho M ah7 btwIjwetoaeteeaiiSit1 her bills often euougb aw Yefk PresB V Poor Milk w oftn tliwglit to be nwpMielbte fo M iHfMttff toss In wntffttt or gaitYJe iau- ud b g the food ijt baby 7 01 W3tkea t I Fine Care Fine HairIts fine care that makes fine hair Use Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula sys- tematicallY conscientiously and you will get results We know it stops falling hair cures dandruff and is a most elegant dressing Entirely new New bottle New contents Does not change the color of the half 4yers Poriu 1 with each btUe Wiito your doctor Ask him about tt then do oa caja Ayers Hair Vigor as now made from our new improved formula is the latest most scientific and in every way the very best hair preparation ever upon the market For falling hair and dandruff it s the one great medicine Made by the J C Ayer Co Lowell Ue i Mrs Maude Mackey Walker Hair Dressing Parlor Bring your combings and have them made into a braid transformation pieces puffs and other hair pieces I cnn afford to do this work at a reasonable price with my now machinery which incurs greater rapidity and loss expense Hair dyed braids restored to original color Highest prices paid for combings Oflico phono 515 homo phono 202 Two doors above Stocktons drug store 420lm Travelers Madison National Bank sells Travel ors checks issued by First Nationali Bank of Chicago Good tho world over jnol5tf For Sale Fifteen male Duroc shoals weigh about 85 pounds Wm Park K F D No4 Richmond Ky j15 lu CA strIL V N- r ArTogNxYATLAs SlOHMOND KENTUCKY Mfice over Slate Bank Trust Co op icsite Court House on Main Street 4arryM Blanton 2 ss DENTIST CTOCJco IP Hennatt lluim saly IPJ poE 19S Dr C H Mainhart Graduate ilcKillipp Veteiinatj lIege 01 HI Veterinary Surgeon Onlcc at J U Azbills Stable Office Phono 00 I lies Phono 532 f Iliuhmond Ky Dr Robt C Bdggs Dentist Teleplion j 207 Office in Oldham Building ro D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSATLAW tI ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery Public Sale We the undersigned heirs of 1 T Henderson deceased will on Saturday Jane 25 1910 all oclock p m601l to tho highest and best bidder on the promises ut Speed well Kythe following described property towit Two houses and lots and otic storo house Those houses aro all in good repair and have all necessary outbuildings Also ono buggy ono spring wagqn ono gonllcmansr saddle and household and Kitchen furniture TERMS All personal property cash Terms on real estate made knownon clay of sao NonPuwaLr Al1l 1LtTngn JAAIBS T IIDSDBRSOX MALCOJU HESUEHSOS Lexington Kentucky H e DOTY SURVEYOR solicits patronage of thoso needing ser vices of a competent man Address UICIIMOXI KENTUCKY R Emmett Million Successor to liurcin Venn DENTISTOver State flank 3 Trust Company TELEPHONE 296 Commissioners Sale E A Robinson Guardian Plif vs Annio S Robinson Defendant Under and by virtue of a judgment of the Madison Circuit Court rendered in the above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Madison Circuit Court will soil at public auction to the highest and best bidder in front of the Court House door in Richmond Ky at 11 oclock a m on Monday July 4 1910 the following described property A Tract of Land CampCreokfollows Beginning at a stake at the in torsection ofT W Parks west Hue now Robinson line with the center of Blue Lick road westwardly to a stake in said road a pine and white oak marked as pointers by Silas Hill and Kinh Crooko thonco with a now JinQN 41 W 181 poles to a white oak marked as u corner also marked K C on J hal lard line with said line S to a corner on a cliff thence to said Hills to said elinn1ngincludingGolden in 1852 containing acres more or loss Said land will be sold on a credit of six months or the purchaser may pay cash if ho desires If sold on six months time tho purchaser will bo required to execute a sale bond with approved se curity payable to E A Robinson Guardian with 6 por cent interest thuroon until paid with a lien retained until till the purchase money is paid II C RICE M C 11 C C Commissionerts Sale Richmond Waler Light Co PUff vs- M N iriggersc Defendants Under mill by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at the May term of tho Madison Circuit Court tho undersigned Master Commissioner will on Saturday Tuly 2t WO in frontof tho Court ilouso door at 11 oclock a m sell to the highest and best bidder 45 shares of tho capital of tho Richmond Water Light Co Said shares of stock will bo sold by the share and tho purchaser will be en titled to ten shares or so much thereof as lie may dosir or sufficient amount to produce tho sum of 834057 and the cost of this action Said stock will bo sold on a credit of three months tho purchaser being required to execute payabiecent interest from late of sale until paid or tIne purchaser may pay cash if desired II C Rice M 0 M CO Commissioners Sale J It Azbiil Guardian Plaintiff vs Ethel Azbiil Defendant Undernnd by virtue of a judgmon ordqrof sale rendered at tho May term of the iiadison Circuit 7ourt in undersignedMaster onSaturday July 2t10 at 11 oclock aV m in front of tho Court Ilouso door in Richmond Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A house and lot in Kingston Madison county Ky and bounded as follows Lying on tuff waters of Hays Fork of Silver Creek beginning at a stake in the edge of pike and to center of J5crca pike thcnco with the ccntof of tine lhereajnlke S 21 W 0 poles to a stake N 010 poles to a stone thence N 31 20 poles to tho edge of Big Hill pike thenco with edge of Big Hill pike S 5J E 8 910 poles to tho beginning containing one half acre Said property will bo stold on a credit of six months tho purchaser will be required to CJlccut 00111 with approved security thereon payable to tho Commis shelter bearing per cant interest until paid with lion retained upon said prop onLy until allthejiurchasomonoyis paid H C RICE M C il G C FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenue one of tie most beautiful streets in Rich J3ontl ICy and eoutains JJ rooms and hull upstairs and 4 rooms hall kitchen pantry ftont and back porch a splendid celhr witl concrete floor well drained gQOd coat house stable and other out buildinfffei Allltlie Wood yckoti interiorof house is finished in uLtulLtl dahd rooms arehund somely pdperetl r itrarticulars call On 2 x u weL LEEDStTiIM1 srAQg fSWO5- AY UE RICHMO1D JtE1i1T1rTIrVt Ht Ever Watchful A Little Care Will Save Many Richmond Readers Future Trouble Wach the kidney secretion See that they have the amber hue of health Tho diecharges not excessive or infre quent Contain no brickdust like sediment Doans Kidney Pills will do this for you They watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick Mrs B F Walter lull Street Lan caster Ky Says I never fail to praise Doans Kidney Pills when I have the oppertunity 1 have never been without a supply ol this remedy in the house for years and whenever my back becomes lame and painfull uiew doses always bring prompt relief For sonic time I suffered from kidney trouble The kidney secretions were too frequent In passage and from this I knew that my kidnpgs were disorder ed At that time it was my good for tune to hear of Boons Kidney Pills and through their u e my kidneys were restored to a normal condition For sale bv all dealers Price 50 cis Foster lIIburn Co Buffalo Now York sole agent8 for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other inlm Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 2inly You Never Can Tell just exactly the cause of your iheuroa tism but you have it Do you knew that IJallarda Snow Liniment will cure a relieves the pain reduces the swelling and limbers the joints and muscles so that you will be as active and wall as you ever were Price 25c 50c and 11 00 fod By H L Perry The wise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan II Brcck has the best police tf Coal = Co- alCoal All kinds of Coal for the coming change ofseason Why wait until the last Get your coal now and be prepared for what might come Why not try our Celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal An order will convince you that this coal is the best you have ever used Si H1Thorpe Cfl Hay Corn Oats Straw ASPEN AVENUE Phone J84 Beef Clubs Farmers Butchersyt NOTrCE vi I am paying highest cash pricesl afor Hides and Tallow Also 1 Wool Will treat you right- m Ringphone 363 I- M WIDES i Yii yKX RICHMOND cENTU r t fjG j t i i 3tI Good Things tIEat i f I Thats all we carry Whetlier Its dell a I tsple like sugar or a fancy table Ylt 1P cheese we l2aVe it and sna quality absoIuteIY ilI Every product C3mlnaUon that enters this store r +Inust c Lad rUde U chosen from many brands offered because It has proved 7 I Its superior I Each competeS for preference f and none gains a place on pun Ia J t if it falll to measure up to our high fstandard of I One recent successful contestiant JnIIi3rvE103oi COFFEE llSmoothandchlnI1blend 1l toIfselected highland grown beanstue 3iatket choicest 1v The of slowcooklng nnd irdryuriDg preserves the genuine coffee I flavor and improves In uslngElectaCoaeeyounreaurcof ofSItltU finest would make Liocta worth more a I than other coffees tjj Compare It with any ever drank like the rousing flavor jrITote and SonTE LJ135 rn5 CoPPeati3Si i 4 I A HIGGINS iff UIIi I ftf tM 258 E Main Street Richmond Ky 1g 3I have opened my Real Estate office and will be glad receive your list of For Sale oi Rent Property Cihy- perty Pro i ror Farm Lmds Have arranged to property well advertised in home papers and National Bulletin RENTS COLLECTED 1ico 11 You can plow onethird more ground and note rliJyourself or horses with the i = t JeI CASE Riding Cultivator 13 efj THE GENUINE J+b Walking Brown Cultivator will last longer and do better work than anyWalkrt 4ing Cultivator on the market Call and let show v to us you why j a D B Shackelford Co YI Sterling Clothes J tII ARE THE BEST fr CLOTHES j Ilolts Berch Tailored Ready to Wear tojfShrink 50 years experience thea i factory guarantee in 2 suits all sizes from tismallest boy to largest f man Newest stock in city ttfrom t Fine Line New Stylo Has t anti Furmshing Goods Suit t i Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at idwest prices for higW class goods A JBStoufferI Oldeat Eatablllbcci ic1otbJaraacI r TaQ9rDI Ia RJ 4 ir1 a IL o i l- Ie A t t f I i J 1 I j- f f j 1l 0V Smart Clothes For Ladles and Misses 41r ifc v will be found in 7t YcfpIpCJIReadytowear Parlor i f f liif Buijdlngvvith Mr F 3 Ycagcrs Jewelry Store 218 West Main Street CominwilI be gladto show you my new line of Ladies Rcadyto rear in the Latest Styles and Materials When you got my prices they will surprise you and youll come back again I l 1 George EngIi1sh I 11 PLUMBING 1 Doctor for 1 ttSand Gasoline Engines 1 IIAg ntslor Johnson Best System of Water Works 1 for country and suburban homes J 210 E Main Street Phone 619I lRICHMOND KENTUCKYI+ Rural TelephonesM- rfanner iako your home as modem for your family as a city retdeuce and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations a any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service whict you anti your neighbor can get for a sum thatls small compared with the bene headquartersashiUerate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately MisiippiLouisianaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated V are an or as carcinr Joint PlantingTime has now arrived and you StylishSpringOur to Order- Garments are always ow ing to the care and skill wo in cut ting and fitting Geo MarischenOver Sextons Shoe Store We do Cleaning and Pressing Tele I I Necessary devices which with other I attachedat typewriters extra price else built parts of special ma should Establishment Made remarkably distinctive 73 That is onesecret of the of 1 this Typewriter chines with onlyone use Some Inbuilt Features at a more exorbitantCard Writing Decimal 1 CondensedprIC f every NEW MODEL and Stenciling I LC SMITH BROS TYPEWRITER All these kinds of workandothersdone by one simple typewriter our regular correspondence machine without any extra cost in attachments BaR I BearineTjpe bar not use success i BALL BEARINGS throughout typebar carriage segment all important frictional points made antifrictional The inbuilt devices save you the price of attachments costly things these attachments the ball bearings save workand wear And this complete machine costs no more I ImakeCompanyo1H OHIO Nervous Women recommendOarduLCarduiiscally on the female organs and ids a tonic building hnrmflliingredients CarduiatTAKE CARU U 1 JtWttlHelPY8U r WWGnarotPadualiXyriedCardaiandwrite US1Itaking it I used fo puffer r6mlbearing down ain i ryoosiMM dIlIII oaft t v i l i j I wpt U JmIIfnErI4 IiI r c A TREMENDOUS lIlT Itis truly remarkable how quickly the public will take hold oft value giving sP cinlTbe sale of the SUITS AND COATS KND PANTS at 1436 has been a record breaking success not only from a local standpoint but from ouroutoftOymcu3tomCr8 tooforwhcnis until June 25th to give all our outoftown customers a chance Come early and get a select choice ALL 18and 20 Fancy Suits S143 CHAS L STRAUS Mgr QUESTIONS IN COURT A Series That Moved an Observ er to Turn CriticI SOME GEMS HE PRESERVED Tho Lawyers Didnt Seem to See the Ridiculous Phase of the Inquiry but It Loomed Large to the Man Withan Idea That the Law Is SolemnlA man who spent several days In a courtroom listening to the examination of venlremen was struck with the re flection that some shining legal minds would not be unduly dimmed by the Infusion of a few of the principles ot logic The time taken up by attorneys jurorwhohis home there and then referring tho confirmation figureexamples by any handy largo round numberWhat is your occupation I am a switchman dOn a railroad jurorshim from making would be of course parlorJudge would like to bo excused from service When summoned I was making arrange ments for my brotherinlaws fu neraL Is your brotherinlaw dead In quired the court It developed that be was Now Mr Juror came another ageFortyfour Fortyfour years oldr That Is exactly what the Juror rlghtJhoveryOrstHere is another flash that came to youUverAt 4410 Blank street You reside there do you Once in awhile there is ar funny an swer which isnt to be wondered at suggestionArc Yes Any fatally Two But the balance is well on the law questionered in any way to any of the princi pals or witnesses in the case I am a brotherinlaw of Mr Blank replyYouHe had Let me ask you now Mr Juror have you formed any opinion about the guilt or innocence of this defend antI have Is It a fixed opinion or Is it one that could be changed by evidence It could be changed If the evidence were strong enough Then you would not call it a defi nite opinion No It Is a vague opinion thenl Yes closelyItis a vague one and not definitely fixed Now then if that is the case and youI went into that Jury box and listened to tho evidence adduced from that wit ness stand and heard the law expound ed by the Judge from that bench would it not be possible for you to lay aside that opinion and concur In aver diet warranted by the evidence and the Instructions of the court YesThe attorney having received the same answer to hiS long quesUon as to his short one Is perfectly satisfied and throws a triumphant look at his colleague which says I knew I could get it out of him if I kept at him long enough Here is another astonishing deduction A Juror took the stand dressed in a blue uniform with brass buttons Around his belt was strapped a money- changer The examining attorney look ed at him long and searchingly nnd then said in a tone which admitted of no trilling You are n street car conductor It was the same attorney who forced this confession from another Juror What is your occupation Im a bookkeeper for Blank Co You keep books in the oOlcp Unmasked the bookkeeper broke down anti mnao a clean breast of It Now Mr Juror be good enough to state how old you are Fiftysix years How long have you resided in this state Fifteen years herolThetruth Here is another Wore you born in Missouri No sir iOh I see Then yonmoved hero from some other stateH And then bia coBiecoB3edontdeaythfrconrt fdyoucomefromChicago Chicago IUgnnsas City Tlmeg Unhappy Man rye my old friend have been the victim of iafortKHefn all ely leafkirL My fittrtsweettoa dkti the wcowl JIK 4rae a a i the tWrd became Imy w1fer TMH r4 often tk l1eee tfetoBgir hidvlai tete lKvea Qocfcr Out aJcJU ftsnMf CWriM A Ftor h I wkfe to unaouBca Jo the pobfi Oun J naww oo feud haadMBM JiM if msuitiu- l If 4x1wfItM I mi 1tMNp1VlW ft L d cH11 d A BRAVE GIRL Her Terrible Experience While en a Smuggling Expedition This tale of heroism displayed by n young woman engaged In smuggling contraband goods over the SwissItal an border comes from Geneva Mile Forettl aged eighteen and berbroth cr aged twentythree left Swiss terri carlfIngthe summit they were overtaken by a violent snowstorm and werq soon in deep snow The POtettIs roped them Theylostto find the path Porettl tell through the snow into A crevasse Into which bo girlhpTeversnow and withstood the shock Early the next morning several smugglers crossing the pass from Swiss territory Jnto Italian found tho young girl near the ordinary route taken by smugglers and recognized her at once as she belonged to a smugglers family and lived Chlavenna The smugglers at once drew up the broth duringthehim by the rope Ho had received se were injuries In the bead and hIs body was frozen The smugglers carried down the brave girl who was almost uncon scious as well as the dead body of her brother and notified the Porettl family tvalleyheher terrible experience to explain that she and her brother bad spoken for several hours after the accident and at last be had said that he felt nothing and wanted to sleep A warm nigh fbllowcfd the snow storm or two dead bodies would have been found Under the great strain the rope had cut through the girls clothes nnd her waist was bleeding when she was rescued Chicago News MISERY AIDING MISERY he Helping Hand Among the Beach Combers of Marseilles YngabondJourney tho trying times when be was a beach comber In Marseilles Long hungry days passed days in which I could scarcely withstand the temptation to carry my kodak to thomont dopicte squareAmongdally some who gained a few francs by an odd Job by the sale of extra garment or by grafting pure and simple When his hand closed on a mnyhaobeenfirst thought was not to gorge himself but to share his fortune with his companions under hatches In those bleak November days many a man ranked a worthless outcast by his more forth nato fellow beings tolled all day at the trampedbnckVictor Gelu to divide his earnings with other famished mlscrablcs whom ho had not known a week before s onlyhirtwho was an absolute stranger to nil These men won no praise for their benefactions They expected none and would have opened their eys in If they had been told that their wondorIwere worthy of praise The band grew to be a corporate 1 Job here and there I contributed my share to the common fund and be tween us wo fonghtoff gaunt starvation In a dirty alley Just oil the place was an Inn kept by a Greek in which one could sleep on the floor at 3 sous or In a cot at C and every evening band of ragged mortals might havtt been ieen dividing the earnings of somo of them Into three son lots ns AubergeHalleys Achievements Edmund Halley was on very grrat predietthat which is now known by his name but also before Newton bad announc ed his results to any one arrived lit the conclusion that the attraction of rselrusthese and other Important achieve ments of his are well known It seems to have been forgotten that nalloy do vised a method determining the ago QenullJUTommy Knew phlantbropJstset to do good to his fellow men Now it 1 were wealthy children and gave money freely to all needy and nn fprtuiiates who asked ray aid Id boa polntatLboyWhat would I be Tommy iheasked ACI ChShOUedTommy Ercbntige ii The Cure He There Is nccrtnrn yopBg Iay llUkCan you IMIgg it anS pia- iheDi you calf ttiire oftcB t n lildiCaICait oftener Y WhMDIJHM14V twt Mi bills often 1itre t PX ftji ftn thought tabe an rlrt1I loss in r et mn tlpr hPth lhe PCS uniaIy Is that thcwisbmaat ttfItt-WketIi 114 PLt 7 ii g t it w- at an Fine Care Fine HairIts fine care that makes lIne hair Use Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula sys tematically conscientiously and you will get results We know it stops falling hair cures t j elegnotdressing bottle New contents Does not change ifie color of the hair rormu la with neb bottle Show it to your doctor Aakblmabontlt then doaa ae carD Ayers Hair Vigor as now made from our new improved formula is the latest most besthairmarket For falling hair and dandruff it s the one great medicine Made by the J C Ayer Co Lowell Uao i Mrs Maude Mackey WaJker Hair Dressing Parlor Bring your combings and have them made into a braid transformation pieces puffs and other hair pieces I can afford to do this work at a reasonable price with my now machinery which incurs greater rapidity and Jess expense Hair dyed braids restored to original color Highest prices paid for combings Ofllce phone 515 homo phono 202 Two doors above Stocktons drug store 420lm TraveIers Madison National Bank sells Travel to1illlDankjnpl5tf For SaleVFifteen male Duroc shoals weigh about 85 pounds Wm Park 1 F D No 4 Richmond Ky j15 4u 8SlTIJJVAoN-f AXTOENJCVATrLAW t RICHMOND KENTUCKY JlHce over State Bank Trust Coop losite Court House on Main Street 4arryM Blanton DENTIST flrOOce ti JJenmtt IJuiin anti tPL p401Kl96 Dr C R Madbart Graduate liegeotVeterinary Surgeon Office at J K Azbills Stable lUo Richmond Ky Dr Robt G Boggs Irelephon J 2 Building 7 O D AC OHEN AULTV ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHHOND KBNTUCKY Office on Secondstreet over Olsen alta grocery Public Sale We tho undersigned heirs of J r Henderson deceased will on Saturday lane 25 1910 all oclock p m6oli to tho highest and best bidder on the premises at Speed well 1y111e following described property towit Two houses and lots and ono storo house These house urn all in good repair and have nil necessary out buildings Also ono buggy ono spring wagon One gentlemans saddle and household and kitchen furniture TEKMS All personal property cash Terms lnrenl estate ihado kuownou day of salo i J KOHA POWELl AtI Rmytr ltstns T nC DE SON Mteosin l1DE tlox Lexingt9lKentuc y = IH e DOTY SURVEYOR solicits patronago of those needing ser vices of a competent man Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY R Emmett Million Successor to ISurpn Ue- nnrDENTIST Over State flank Trust Compauy TELEPHONE 206 Commissioners Sale E A Robinson Guardian Pin vs Annib S Robinson Defendant Under and by virtue of a judgment of the Madison Circuit Court rendered in the above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner of tho Madison Circuit Court will soil at public auction to the highest and best bidder in front RichmondKy Monday July 4 1910 the following described property A Tract of Land CampCreekfollows Jtcginnins ata stake at the intersection of J1VParks west line now Robinson line with the center of Blue Lick road westwardly to a stake in markedisCrookor thence with a now 41 W 181 poles to a white oak marked as a corner also marked Con J B Ballard line with said line S to a corner on n cliffi thence to said Ins to said inn1ngincluding I Golden in 1852 containing acres more or less Said laud will be sold on a credit of six months or the purchaser may pay cash if ho desires I f sold on six months timo tho purchaser will bo required to execute a salo bond with approved security payable to E A Robinson Guardian with per cent interest thurcon until paid with a lien retained until all the purchase money is paid II O RICE M 0 M C C Commissioners Sale Richmond Water Light Co Puff vs M N prijrgersc Defendants Under and by vlrt oofa judgment Maytermundersigned Master Commissioner will on Saturday July 2 mO in front of tho Court House door at 11 oclock a m sell to tho highest and best bidder 45 shares of tho capital stock CoSltlshare and the purchaser will bo en titled to ten shares or so much thereof as ho may desire or sufficient amount to produce the sum of 34057 and the cost of this action Said stock will bo sold on a credit of three months the purchaser being required to execute paynblocent interest from date of sale until paid or tho purchaser may pay cash if desired II C Rice M 0 M CO iCommissioners Sale J R Azbil Guanlian Plaintiffs ElhielAzbIllV Defendant Under and by virtue ota judgmen MaytermundersignedMitsterCommissioner onSaturdayjuly 2t 10 at 11 oclock aSm fri front or tho Court House door in Richmond Ky sbll to thin highest nnd best bidder the following described property viz A house arid lot in Kingston Madison followsLyingSilver Crook berinnlngnt a stako In tue edge ot 1U mil pike arid to center of JJcrea pike thcnco with the polostoastakestone thence N 31 29 poles tl1 the edge ofnigbeginning containing onqhalf acre 7 aid propeiiy will lie sold on a credit of sis months the purchaser will bet required to execntobohd with approved security tliereon payablo to theCommls stoner bearing 0 PI17 cent interest until paid with lien rotuined upon said prop erty until thefpUrchase money is paid H O RICE IC 31 a C K F0R SALEa jr A handsome bran new residence on Woodland 4venuq one ihemosf beautiful streelarin Rich aoondt Ky atiH coMtoins J rooms and hall lapstairs and 4room ballj kitclien pthtyfroaMnd back porch a s11Feiu1JV wit1welldhaTued j od Jj al Lowe sfctble i nd ioilier out buildiQg AjIthe w ootktu inteiiw of use iil flnish dHU kiil wdotlii4 ro aae band yIisomeiy it 6a1i w tj LBEDS0AT TIIE SAilElLAOK WOODLAND A V NUEJRICHM01V KENTUCKY VVV VV 3 Ever Watchful lf A Little Care Will Save Many Richmond Readers Future Trouble WVclv the kidney secretion Sec that they iinve the amber hue of health j Tho discharges not excessive or intro quent Contain no brickdust likoI sediment Doans Kidney Pills will do this for you They watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick Mrs B F Walter Hill Street Lancaster Ky says I never fail to praise Doans Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity 1 have never been without a supply 01 this remedy in the house for years and whenever my back becomes lame and painful uiew doses always bring prompt relief For some time I suffered from kidney trouble The kidney secretions were too frequent in passage and from tidal knew that my kidnegs were disorder ed At that time it was my good for tune to hear of Doans Kidney Tills and through Ihclr u e my kidneys wero restored to a normal condition etaFoster4hilburit StatesRemembertake no other inlm Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more butI Stockton son 21nly You Never Can Tell just exactly the catse of your ihenma tism but you have it Do you know that Bdllard8 Snow Liniment will cure M relieves the pain reduces the swelling and limbers the joints and muscles so that you will be as active and wall as you ever were Price 23c 50c and il 00 fod Dr H L Perry Tho wise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan H Brock has tho best police tf Coal = Co- alCoal All kinds of Coal for the coming change ofseason Why wait until the last Get your coal nowandbeI prepared for what might come Why not tty our Celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal An order will convince you that this coal is the best you have ever used SJ H1Thorpe Do Hay Corn Oats Straw ASPEN AVENUE Phone 184 Beef Clubs Farmers ButcIier OTITjCE1 t t I am payngJ gh tcash pricrfor Hides and TaflqW lso t J Wool Will treat you rig1it R ngpllone363 j c MWIDESRICHMONDV KENTUCKY 4 w w i w SVI 4f GoodTMngstIEatfliati t t T 111e- acy ptaplc like sugar or a like cheese It i1quality absotutcly kPndabte Every product that eaters store must exatalnattoli article is chOKll from r offered because If baa proved 1f Ibcla I brand cCmpCt for preference none gaInss place on pur sh tif it fait to measure up to our high tandem of quality tit One of the recent UCCeastnl contest 1101 repreKntatlou In our line is J I ELECTA1 COFFEE IpVbeanstheI J AVVr r Irthe finestqual1ty tLactiou that in itself would roa Liocta worth moreVI anotbercoffetLV I Vcoa4ire it with any ever drank before like the rousing Savor edthev1oTIOU3aroifl I IITt iTelephone 35 iV w VS w pSaS S i= VVffl f f Representative of the National CopperatiVej Realty Company LA HIGGINS ii 258 E Main Street Y5KiRichmond I have opened my Real Estate office and will be glad fgjl receive your list of For Sale or Rent Property City Er perfcy or Farm Lands Have arranged to have properljp well advertised in home papers and National Bull r RENTS COLLECTED H Hq P You can plow onethird more ground and 1QJEPre yourself or horses with the J I CASE S M Riding Cultivator t= t THE GENUINE Walking Brown Cultivaforil will last lo thananyWaing i Call and let us show you Why r Di B Shackelford C ISterling I Clothes TIIEBESTVt r CLOThESt= ij leIch rraiJ6red Ready to d eiWear Guaranteed rot to Shrink or Fade 1 ftc 50 years expierience the factory guarantee in s itstall sizes from smallest boyVt9 largest manV Newest stock m city to select fromy t line Line 2Tew Style iitSand FornUkiojf G x da Buii r tnD m hiPela J i J B Stouffer1ow Bsta Qodq aDd T 1rmjTnaIijV VV t y t i r R I t Y z lay ii r F 12 2 W OOThamCo o 9 iw l w w W W w In preparing for this rare pricecutting Loom End Sale no department in our store has been overlooked as we want to make big inroads allover the- houseiesPeciallY all broken assortments odds and ends remnants and sui plus stocks They must consequentlythe dary June ismat 8 oclock this 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 Cash we need cash we must have The Busy Store GREAT LOOM ENL aeri SATURDAYMorning bargains manufacturer manufacturers notch tune come pared bargains iii r I We Want to Leave This Store== =dollars cents worth===That Will Not to Our Endeavors t Sale Begins June 18th 2nd We speak honestly we speak we this sale as SALES In its econony over any sale ever held roof in the big Hundreds ofItems willnever expllt d In pncesbut ore wIth of th t wIll be so emphasized It is not It is IJotcost the merchandise In In stances were bought for and IS to this biggest sale that we have the low Its a your chance and wisdom in taking advantage ofIt We to our buyers for THIRTEEN as It has never crowded before and we earnestly to be one of You make- no mistake in buying at End Sale will appeal to you appreciate at a glance You will to I 150 Fine Silk Petticoats in tan blue arid azeble colors worth in a regular way SaleISilk uHjvlth beau tiful ruffles and tucks We are showing in our basement n complete of Mens and Boys Un derwear Long and short sleeve vests knee length drawsrs athletic skIrts etc End Sale price OH the Jot days Quality Kneelaallsfine- Sboes ourboys reduced Shoes at prices is the by word depart We havo gone through wefound stock and theI lot of sizes of any kind of wo tbrowed the cartons put the shoes on racks and just about price on them to clean them out Remem ber those shoes are good new this seasons stuff We are out of sizes of them and we put the low on them get them out of the Look over the racks if you find your size you will save money Every shoo of kind even our Queen Fine Shoes for ladies our Wm for men all and child rcns line shoes have all been in price for this Big End Sale Good Loom in our shoe ment all to One rack will be filled with some fine White Oxfords for ladies misses and children See what a price we put on them for sale Ladies TailormadeSuitsSkirt5 Etc Owing to the extreme backward spring our stock of Ladles TallermadeSuits Skirts Wash Suits and Skirts separate Coats and f1our ladies ready to wear havent ass as we want them to go About 12 prica has been named on them for our Loom End The best assailed Something tow iiqur in the daysaRk r v e 4Watch q I u 300 yds Donegal Mercerized Linen white ground priceICurtainsIAll Lace Curtains at In to our tains wo have culled out the stock and when we had one or two pairs of a kind wo them out and they are hanging in our basenient with a lot of imperfect bought for this sale Dont miss you can buy nice Hoc curtains slightly at very low figures Ihoy were bought for you the prices will suit you The will suit you Come and get them Remnants of Dotted Curtain nets and etc at less than kilt price for the sale aro in the basement Dont miss thin All Remnants up to 35J quality be sold lengthsfromAVeTjave put a sao price on about ISromrrahls of all I wool carpet were C5o and 75 3 valifis Sale price to close thom outj n I Elegant Itoom size price Bru sela Kugs R uJn- rprico1250Sale H I Quality Room size Brusels beautiful I pattern full seamless Regular prica 17 50 Sale price patISale price for choirs veryI fi fineDraperies 39cj 8 951 Best i1095 I 100 dozen Hand I all Linen 4 ply collars at 15c or two for 2oc by dealers These colliri arc I and good price per doz I 600 yds tacriiHac zenda cloth goodaspercal Regular price 7c per yd in lengths Ita 10 price t oo 00 I c PUZZLEIf a woman will walk G to save Ic oil a spool of how far will she walk to save 5e a yard on a bill of laces the of the block to Big Loom End Sale A C A Bed Ticking leather proof 20c value in length 2 to 10 yards Sale price boo Yuck Towels red border largo size 20c sellers y lOur End Sale price One lot of Ladies Bleached Vests in seconds they arc but dont effect the taped reck and sleeves price when 15s each Sale I Barrels of Ribbons in all colors and on sale you can get 23c and 3o3 ribbons out of barrels at sale price per yard One lot about 75 in all nice full size white I worth in a way 85c each End price whlln nst I CO very largo and extra heavy white Bcd a 50 value no more to be halI clllot of knotted fringe white bed IOno out corners extra heavy worth t2 price 12c slightly Regular Ibo spreads regular spreads I 300 yardsiAinen IB all colors This is some I thing like tRjth1neI1bltverymach prettier ulaf price am price per Bc 6c lOc 59c 95c Borders ydlOc I 200 yards tine earnoe 1lseriaaitings very regularprice V W Startling reductions in the Hosiery I kind cut in price for the big sale You can anything yon want at sale prices IORe lot ladies full regular black hose seconds rce 25c frtockings lOne lot ladies1 fine lisle thread ribbed hose black I 15clIlOciII Good quality yard wide Brown Cotton the per I 400 yards extra HoosIer Chlnt in solid I colors for mens work shirts regular 12 l2e Sale price i I 100 linen finish colors in lengths from 1 to 10 Reg I Sale S 1 Our For this big sale will be a sen sation to you It win put be fore you quantity and the greatest we have ever offered The won derful success of our sales the of every They want our business and tey allmer the We went to sefi them and care fully looked over the various lots We did some good Wa selected the best and these top are open for you in big i Our good is your good for We can only say to this sale erne pre to the biggest ever saw or be bounds when THE SALE OF ALL it slips under this Every stock store is pro- fitstripped be they here together scores Items profit of many The goods this sale make the ever given that prices are named great chance your proof of is are crowd store DAYS been invite you them can the Great Loom Prices that you values that will Come Come have hurry black green chan 295 made line Loom entire for thirteen any Shoes End shoes marledaAvay half prices house Loom very low this Jfjne every department aovlasout fast BjkylesBre I every the rj Lace addition lest took together curtains especially them imperfect curtain Swiss they muting will they Jlugsin retail all new cleanall stylesSale from yards- Sale 75c blocks thread ADSfro middle Oldhams 300yards guaranteed regular genuine regular Loom mannfactarcrs1 Imperfect wear perfect price fine widths will bed Loom sale they line 125 bordered 9c Department Every get lOci during sale yardyd yards Simpsons Siiitingasolid 2dcvaHe priceu the largest former has attentiont mighty pickiug selections this sale fortune get you within empnasize gOing wIthsatIsfied Come guaranteed attracted 5c heavy yards Be 7Ic The American Lady Corset people have sent us a big shipment of Corsets in all the new styles for this sale We have their inslrucliuaa to sell then Yoif know what that means You will got the best corsets for what cheap ones would cost you in a regular way If you need a new corset come pick out your style Money refunded on anything bought during this sale not satisfactory or as represented by us Vi1iRedBckets 6tMBBTMeiAT QLOHAM RICHNIOIVD KENTUCKY IDOidharnCo Purchases fairlydeluged products StringHangs Nothing Loyal Earnest Saturday Closes Saturday July Dont fail to see the Bargains we are offering in NapkinsI X v t o Il Wr WT Jt T i iY li t i BJif i I re J Fi ti X V IJf t ilj lQ1JN ll tr1f iI 3d t il tI i i fIt fk r I i WLt i l j w I J ii1t U U SometHing New oJIn My Line For Yout 1 Ihavemade preparations by putting in the necessary f equipment to do all kinds of o Carriage Painting and I M Trimming i have mule this addition believing our many customers would apprecU lY atctour efforts to take caro of nil needed repairs for vehicles Bring your carriage buggy or wagon and have it repaired painted and trimmed and mado good as now If you lleed now Rubber Tires on your old vehicle a perfect job is guaranteed at this shop Alt work guaranteed both as to workmanship and prices James A Moores THE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING Of course you want the best results To in sure success buy H SEEDSfrom us We have every variety ofthe best brands all fresh new and clean You cant be too particular in selecting seed Come to us and you will make no mistake JAMES B PARKEvCASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone G24 FIRST STREET All the Ne- wCreationsIn flue Dry Goods Notions etc are now on dis play at my store We have given deep thought and much time to the selection of these goods and are pcoud of our assortments We Please You in Style and Price- In euery sale we guarantee perfect satisfaction In every particular We are very anxious for you to see these goods and extend a cordial inyitation to come to our store and let us prove our assertion that we havethe very latest and most attractive goods brought to this section of the state N V WilliE The Leader in- Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc HERSCHEDE GIFT BOOK IT BinhdayBook makes the choice a real pleasure It displays the most elaborate JewelrySterling ThoGiftlIerschede Hall Clocks ttI mnestatos tubular bells reproduce the famous Selection vrffl be cent to who make themselves known tLoaIu reliable through their Cincinnati references SILVERSMITHS JEWELERS GOLDSMITHS The Frank Herschede Co Her cbedc Bldg Fourth St Eat CINCINNATI OHIO VHave Fifty Bran New Silk Dresses just in From 750 to 3000 in Taffeta Foulards and Tussa and Rajah They were sent here to sell at the price Come vJumping Lots of Good Things He- reJBWalker 1 r Fitting by Mrs Mqorethe best I laa sQrrad SreR Rfcbmpnd Ky The mosl Inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather ISV Rzcit f S Ice CTPFYvl PARLOR Candies Fruits and Vegetables iresh Jrom r the best markets daily Meals served any hour dayor night giTTflI1i Dont leads JIIIIUIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIJU conic jgfcxfs is yard your your wants be filled an experiment isnt- itworthtrying BLANTON COMPANY TelephoneNear L k a JzJ i all the good to oat that aromado and J sold under the ttI Nut Brand probably is the most popular of the finest blend t of Spanish and Virginia iLpeanuts roasted and I ground into a fine de nnd healthful It Better Order a JTriaJJar Pea nut Butter N B T S in Steel and Iron Cornice Tin Steel and all Kind get the idea Into yoU that all sell the at the same prices Theres olways one stocked and priced than all especially in- Lumber and Material in and convince you that ours tnat perplexities will end and satisfactorliy As ED 425Depot IOf things Beech Peanut Butler tmado smooth butter licious of SEWELL McKINNEY Turpin SecyTrcas Todd General Dealers Porch Columns Galvanized Hoofing Shingles Ceilings Building Materials mind yards goods yard that 1is better closer others Manager Turpin Todd Contractors and- Builders Office andTards Will SotitliBStrect n arMain V Furnish NVan ann E timt Fr of Dst 5rpui jt Attention to AirWorkv Nothing Too Large or Too Small for Us to Bid On Both at Home and Abroad You Can Rave a Model Kitchen as cool and white as a dairy No smell no smoke no heat no dust No oldfashioned contrivances The New Per efloitV1 iurr4ii fI t Oil CookstoveVis the latest practical scientific cookstove Itwill cook the most elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen Boils bakes or roasts better than any range Ready in a second Extinguished in a second Fitted with Cabinet Top with collapsible sureInameplate reads New Perfection Fail Building 0 rests towel rack and every uptodate feature imaginable You want it be cause it will cook any dinner and not heat the room No beat no smell no smoke no coal to bring in no ashes to carry out It does away with thn drudgery of cooking and makes it a pleasure Women with the light touch for pastry especially appreciate it be cause they can immediately have a quick fire simply by turning a handle onlyisless Absolutely no smell no smoke and it doesnt heat the kitchen turquoisebluethe stove ornamental and attractive Made with 1 2 end 3 burners the 2 and 3burner stoves can be hadwith or without Cabinet Every dealer everywhere if not at yourat write for Descriptive Circular to the ncazcst agency Ofthe Standard Oil Company Incorporated MOTHERS IIDont Baby Window THIS WEEK TheSchlelel Studio T McGaughey Moberley AREV t YO UInterested in Lumber Lath Shingles Doors ASashLtc IfSisee j ToilEdwards Laber Co 1 JQQ jll h tr R4ai 4j i i fff i- r = fi Saved Froma Madhouse HoW a Girl Discovered a Plct sad Defeated It- Br DAISY WINSLOW Copyright by American Press AuoclaUoa00000o How I saved Herbert and brought him out with a strong brain and In ev ery way physically sound is so strange a case that it should be placed in writ ing before I forg t any of the details I do not mean that I did the thinkIng and the planning that saved him but that had it not been for me no think- Ing or planning would ever have been done and Herbert woild have died under the strain or lived a lifetime in a madhouse Herbert and IVS- were first playmates then schoolmates then the status between us was that of a strong friend ship between a very young man and a very young woman ills mother a rich widow fnom the Drst disapproved of our intimacy for her son would in herit her vast estate while 1 had nothing But neither Herbert nor J at that time thoughto marriage When he was eighteen his mother died leaving him all her property to be paid to him when ho became of age His brother Edgar Holt was appointed executor of the estate and Herberts guardian here were oth er features of the will which had we known earlier would have saved Herbert a deal of suffering Not knowing them we were working in the dark Mr Holt an old fmchelor on the death of his sister went to live with his ward taking personal care of him I could not see any necessity for this for Herbert was at an age when he should have been at college Yet this uncle kept him at home doing noth- Ing 1 asked Herbert why he assented to this and he said it was better for him not to antagonize his uncle till after be had attained his majority Some time after Mrs Torrys death Herbert sent me a note asking me to opme and see him He lye no reason for the request but thinking be might be ill I went at once I was taken by the housekeeper to a suit of rooms be occupied and found him lying on a lounge the picture of despondency Why Herbert 1 exclaimed what Is the matter 1 dont know he said mournfully Never bad 1 seen such a change in anyone in so short a space of time I bad been with him a week before and he was then perfectly well Now he seemed to have gone far on the way to become a nervous wreck Vhat a singularly decorated room I said to him after be had told me about himself The wallpaper was purple and the shades and curtains to the windows were red There was something In the colors or combination of colors that made me feel a strange nervousness Uncle Edgar had my rooms redec orated while 1 was away recently How do you like the paper 1 dont like it at all 1 replied I encouraged Herbert as well as I could and when I left promised to return soon I went straight to our own family physician Dr Mlllard and told him all about Herberts case Inci dentally 1 mentioned the decoration of his rooms jVVGet him out of that at once said the doctorVWhy so- Because If he lives surrounded with those colors and ribne other for a month hell be a maniac 1 sent a note to Herbert the same evening telling him that the doctor liad recommended other rooms for him and the next afternoon I went to see him I found Win where 1 bad left him the day before 1 risked him why he had not moved and he said his uncle had declared Dr Mlllards statement to be nonsense 1 begged Herbert to do as 1 asked him but he did not seem to have the power to re sist his uncle 1 was very much distressed when I left him not knowing what to do On the stairs I met Mr Holt He stopped me and said My nephew is under my guardianship till he comes of age You will oblige me by not coming here again to make him dls 1tt ned with arrangements 1 have nindt for him Ills mother warned me against your designs to get him and his property In a rage ltwcnt out of the house vowing never to enter it again But 1 had not been gone on nil nut bdfore a suspicion came into my head that the man was trying td kill Her1 Iiert by keeping him under the Influ ence of these colors Going to Dr Mi- llar Go I happenedtoraid and ask them to show you Mrs Jerrys will Then we will know what lo do neatVI did as he advised was shown the tvlll and discovered that in the event of Herberts death hto estate would nil go to Edgar Holt The discovery tilled me with horror But now since 1 knew that the execu tor had a motive for getting his neph ew out of his way 1 hoped that I might defeat his purpose RIW his plan There was no necessity for him to murder Herbert with the risk of discovery Ills object was to make a hopeless luuatle of him which would give the executorcontinued control of the estate till his wards death when he would inherit It 1 returned to Dr Millanl who after I had told him of iriy discovery sat thinking for ic time before lit spoke Its a very plain case to us he MfttJut but a very diacmlt one to handle I have never heard or read of so wily aplan to rob an heir of au estate While the damage is beIng done there Is no way to get the boy out of his uncles hands After it la 1juryof Some way of preventing poor tier bert from being made a maniac Ill try he said but cant as yet see any method likely to succeed licks have been kept in lunatic asylums before this who have been In perfect mcntal cqndition Thats an old story Here is a case where a man is to be made really mad without any one being able to get him out of his persecutors clutches The law is slow and It will require but a month to drive the subject hopelessly Insane Besides I understand that nearly one half of that time has been spent Great heavens I exclaimed We have only a fortnight Less than that In a fortnight the case will be hopeless Even now we can get no help from the patient hIm- self He is too far goneI see but one chance and that Is to kidnap him I left the doctor plan after plan run ning through my brain whereby to carry out his suggestion I thought many hours before I decided what to do When I made up my mind it seemed to me that my method was very simple though this was no reason why it should succeed I resolved not to take any one into my confidence to help me fearing to complicate mat ters and believed that I could do all myself My plan was to put on a bold front call for Herbert with an automobile ask him to go for a ride take llm away and conceal him All depended upon his being permitted to com with me Had it not been for certain hap penings ho would not have been so permitted these being first that his uncle had gone to his office and the housekeeper who had charge of Her bert in his absence bad left it for ten minutes to buy n spool of thread It Is singular that Herberts sanity should have depended on a spool of cotton but it did I drove up to the house two minutes titter the housekeeper bad left it and was driven away with Herbert just as she approached the house on her return I can see her look of consternation now But before she could do anything we were spinning away from her I said nothing to Herbert as to my Intention till wo had been out two hours I supposed Mrs Bugle wOuld telephone Mr Holt as to what baloccurred but he had no rcasqii to suppose that I was doing more with his nephew than giving him a ride and he would probably wait a reasonable time for my return Nevertheless I followed a torturous course to throw him off the track if he followed me The change In Herbert after his re moral from the noxious colors and partaking of plenty of fresh air was marvelous He was riot by any means himself but he was near enough himself for me to tell him what his uncle was trying to do and that I was kid naping him In order to save him from hopeless lunacy There was some response more thatk I could have expected In so short a tImeand after awhile he grew eager to escape what he was now beginning to realize urging me to go faster arid faster till In order not to oppose him I bad on full speed though 1 knew of no pursult We had started on our ride at 10 oclock At 1 we stopped at a road house for luncheon and by 2 were again under way By this time Her bert was so far restored that I left our future course to him Have you arranged for any place to take mei he asked No Very well we will go to B I know a place there kept by ono I can depend upon not to betray me a quiet place in which to hide though now that I am myself and my own master all wilL be different Nevertheless he seemed to dread get ting back under the horrible spell that had enthralled him To draw his mind away from it I told him that 1 did not fear pursuit for his uncle would not know 011 what road to follow Thats upt the situation at all he replied He can telephone to differ ent places along the road describing us and order us held till he can get on with papers for our arrest This appalled miteVAs my guardian Herbert went on hurriedly lie has a legal right to my care that is if he can prove me or of unsound mind You must assume the position of my legal custodian Certainly But howV We must be married as soon as we can find any one to tie the knot Oh lierberilSIts the only way to save me But 1 have never thought of you In that way No matter Either I must go back toiny uncle to be driven mad by him or made away with by some other means or my legal guardianship must be transferred Theres a church With a fluttering heart I slowed up at n small house evidently the parson age We went Inside and ten minutes front tIme time Herbert proposed to me 1 was his wife Now he exclaimed with a sigh of relief time law is all on our side Herbert 1 said as we were merrily winning along after the ceremony 1 never thought to take a wedding trip ti an automobile Nor 17- Herbert I said again after consld rrable time Pm glad were married Are you Whyr That old villain said I was trying to got you Hell think thats the rca son I outwitted hi 111jSpoken like a The Best in JeweI ryd om Invites You to This Store Wo gathered from everywhere good and Voll Todiywo are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole WoJisk for criticismsrequest soUr critical looking Amlwhon you have secnand bought wo are sure you will carry away an impression that will bo sure to bring you Vi back Its your privilege to buy or look just as you please and if ajybu only look youre welcomeV tI L NEBig Watch Sign I 210 Main Street Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock ofV Staple and ancy Groceries i vndottohd a cordial invitation toVpubhictoliandCi IIls We also liaye daily FRESU VEGETABLESifaci every hingto lo fouh1 In a- pTfirst class grocery Call ami 1nspCOzrgbods and wxaro confitteut you t +i nil gtfo us a slmrc of your business j j j tackegc Toddr bOa 8 Mnui uilding jv 4 1V555LJI v Skin Disease Readily Cured by a Simple Home Rem edy If you are suffering frOnt any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to got prompt relief and bo permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation external use Mr Perry time has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recom mended for Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made somo remarkable cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and bo cured in your own homo without an inconvenience or loss of time from business by this clean tf IImBring your wool tQ Elmer Deathcrago and get tho highest market price in cash 4 2Qtf Slops esrachiein two minulcs tooth ache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes hoarseness ono hour muscle ache two hours soar throat twelve hours Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil monarch over painV Dan II Brook life fire and accident insurance tf Poor Milk is often thought to ba responsible lor- an infants loss in weight or general poor health The cause usually is that the child Las worms They get the nourishment in the food and the baby starves actually starves Whites Creaiji Vermifuge expels time worms and nourishes the child sure and sarI Price 25 cents Sold Hy H L Perry Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouthrock eggs for sale at 75 cents a setting W O Burke 393m R D 2 Richmond A Vital Point The most delicate part of n baby is Its bowels Every aliment that it suf fers with attacks the bowels also en dangering in most CRSfS the life of the infant McGees Paby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysontary and nil derange ments of the stomach or bowels Sold By II L PerryIBarn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky Most disfiguring skin erruptions scrofula pimples rashes etc are due to impure blond Burdock mood Bit ters is a cleansing blood tonic Makes you cleareyed clearbrained clear skinnedV Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont cure them Donns Ointment cures itching bleeding or protruding piles after years of suffering At any drug store Notice to Creditors Noah Bolins Admr Plaintiff VS NOTICE Noah Bolins hrs and crdtrs Defdts All persons having claims against the estato of Noah Bolin arc hereby notified to present same to mo properly verified on or before Julyist 1910 or same will be barred Given under my hand this May 14 1910 II a RICE M C M C C Wool Deathcrago want your wool and will pay the very highest market price forsamo See him before selling 20t How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff Wo desire to say that when we took the agency for ZEMO we were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We are pleased to state that wo shall continuo the agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for extermal use Zomo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease baying the skin clear and healthy It docs not soil the clothing or linen andcan be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can bo cured at home of any form of skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy tf Perrys Drug Store 130 Ti l30 r Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 I We will on Dct 1st 191 0 ve oneful Leather trimmed Rubber Tire buggyvalUedaMl 00 Also a handsome set of Harness with roll cllines arid open rolled Bridal valued at 30 This is no humbug It is a fair deal and egitimite it clearly establishes our appreciation of your tr We will give to each and every purehaera ticket for worth of trade with us Each tiCket wIll repreciihot- at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawinjppet 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any line of a liberal discount below the customary pric s A This offer will save you money when you call in and mjileyou money before you go out See our circulars for nation plenty of them at our oflice ifefi Read Carefully the Articles BelowJrL BuggiesHackif FllrmpUndDridals t homd ftIli l11l1 Surrc HV Riding Bridals thtfltmlckamid bubburibJiJbO8t vut Break Harness ii Drive Harness iFirst Jlr Shedjhg if6bcst Surrey Ilarncss high l cJairmlng etcBuggyBuggy Pads iiimitkrsaimtL mowffjckly ro BuggiqsyourHoughton pnlrcflji 4 BugWsBiacksmitmiimg comploie jitty Job Inn Manyer and ajsr iHjvci the L A BuggiesV Kauffman Buggies finest moohtinjfc Jf r Send in your Vehicle for Painting and Rp1r Early r Lackey Colyer I uaa ttLaC A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUNDI CURESBILIOUSNESS COHS71PATIOM DYSPEPSIA AND FVEFZ AND ALL LIVER I 1 A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases caused by a TORPID LIVER Ono bottle purchased today may savo you a serious sick spell tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE BOTTLEPRICE SOc GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Scccnd Street ST LOUIS MO iSold trd RcammcflCZd- El by L PERRY We Call Your Attention to the Celebrated Hoosier Corn Planter The Genuine Brown and New WesternS CULTIVATORS Double Shovel and Drag Harrows the very best goods and in a class almost tothemseIvesV Come and see us before making a purchase j it will be to your interest y Taylor Oldliam1V1 Dealers in Everything in the Hardware LineVPhone 14 Main Street EJ1l if DOLLARSGiven to Our Cus- tomersFHEE How It Will Be Done We have placed in our show window a beautiful clock containing a number of Silver Dollars This clock will be wound up allowed to rundown each week With Each Cash Purchase of 100 we give you a card on which a time of day is stamped Bring the cards to personsholdingS3 00 will be given every Monday at 3 p m on and after June J3th closing with a gift of 10 IN GOLD on December 26h 1910 THE ROYAL FINE CLOTHING FINE SHOES HATS AND FURNISHINGS I Exclusive Agency of The SilKid VShoesforLadiesa eJ S STANVIFEITVCor Second and ltiain Stie- tsRICHMD0 iJ= KENTUCKY WW wouldaoyUr We spentthis money m other wajs of letting them Jtnow about our bargains 0 P VJ n