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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 Jo 4 F T1iTEb 4r ON eLl q J 37thYEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 29l910 NUMBER 4 WALL PAPER 1When Your Stock Comes to Feed I J I y L Pairs ldrim were left in our store some weeks ago Owner can calling at place of business Banks j152t is- o and just watch them mako the fodder if It is of our And see how they thrive on it with contiriuedfecding They will put on pounds while they were making ounces with or dinary Try itand youll have learned secret of how to make money out of any kind of live stock or Burnside Robinson Goal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Paste Material Office and Warehouse cm L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND Found spectacles bavosamb by our Covington Brick For Sale We havo just burned tWo brick kilns and are prepared to furnish good solid brick on application Moberly Jfrick Cot Moberly Kyi Fin Convinced You Give Every 1 I- Deal an a Square The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion i1n ax town of less than four hundred peo pie with fierce competion on all sides we have in eight years built up a II Banking busi ness of over 12500000 Resources j Pcop1 at of Pthi tIck Kr E L Woods PresW C Fish VPres W G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier ttft- We Sell I May Manton Patterns IOc Each i he Right Way to get good work buy your paperfrom an up to dateline get an uptodate paper hanger for providing feed the poultry Important RulingsI Stringent rules have been adopted b the State Department of Education to prevent the salo of Examination questions for teachers examination and II has been held that if any teacher fail to attend tho full session of a county institute that teachers certificate shal bo revoked The following are some 61 the rules as laid down in a letter which is being sent out by Prof Ellsworth flog cnstcin State Superintendent of Public Instruction to every County School Superintendent in the State My dear Superintendent I am writing you this word of caution concerning the examinations for this year I am tak ing every precaution hero to prevent the sale of questions and I ask you to do the same Guard the questionswith sill possible care and report to me all cases that appear at all suspicious and I will at onto send detectives and do all that can be done to make arrests and secure convictionsI thatyou return 4o this office Jill questions with the seal unbroken when no applications appear for exami nation The law does not this but I am asking it in order to safeguard tho examinations Please fill out tho examiners oath and have both your examiners do tho same and mail to mo on the first day of the examination It is necessary that the three copies of this oath be returned for each examination 1 suggest also that you administer the oath in person to the applicants It is hot suflicicnl simply to have them sign it Applicants cannot take tho examina lion in one county and have tho papers forwarded to anothercountyfor grading except State Normal School pupils in counties where those schools are located All applicants for certificates must bo 18 years old before the examination is hold If tho applicant becomes 18 after ward ho should not be permitted to enter The County Superintendent should revoke the certificates of all who fail to attend the full session of tho institute The law does not say you may revoke but it says you shall revoke All teachers whether principals or assistants who teach in a district or sub district having seventyfive or mqro pupil should hold of the first class and every IIUbdisrictl reporting more than must employ two such teachers for the full term of six months or they cannot bo apportioned tho per capita on more than 100 Have you any wool If so bring it to us and get best market prices 420tf GOTT BUGS PAQnB41 Wo BAcTEIR SCOTTS EMULSION is the only emulsion imi tated The reason is plain its the best Insist upon having Scotts its this worlds standard flesh and strength builder All DRUGGISTS JOO For Naming Baby Toe Cannon Mr John Lett a well known cattle buyer and friend of Mr Jno Wagers of this county tolls a good story on himself that had better not reach uncle Joe Cannon it Washington Mr Lett is an intense Republican from EastTenncsee and recently became thq proud father of a bouncing baby boy So happy was ho overdue arrival of another Republi can voter Lett wrote to his Connrcss man Mr Austin at Washington and apprised him of the fact that Iris baby was not an Ihsugrcnt nota nearRepub lican but a dyed in tho wool Stand pater and that he had been named Joe Cannon In a few days Mr Lett received a pic ture of Speaker Connon of tho National House of Representatives with a letter saying he was proud of the distinction conferred upon him in the naming of the baby JQC Cannon but more especially because of tho loyalty to the Republi can Standpat principles A few days later Mr Lett received a chock for 100 from Uncle Joe as a present to the kid But heros where the joko comes in Mr Lefts wife did not take at all to tho idea of calling her baby by such a name as Joe Cannon and she vetoed the appropriation and set aside the name anti Mr Lett had to return tho handsome check to his Congressman with the lame excuse that During my absence from home my wife has named the baby William Jennings Bryan and she will not surrender And so uncle Joe and Congressman Austin and Mr Lett are all on the grouch but meanwhile little I5illio tryan is the centre of attraction in that rockribbed Republican Gibraltarwhoro Democrats generally stand about as nuch show of oflico as a Juno bug in Hades with a paper shirt on If you havent the time to exercise eRularly Bonns Regulets willprevent constipation They induce a mild easy healthful action of tlfe bowels with out griping Ask your druggist for them 25 cents r Will Found Home For Worn out Newspaper Men J Craig Smith a capitllist of Youngstown announced that he is planning with a wealthy widow philanthropist of St Louis whose name is not atliberty to make public fco establish a home for news paper men on the Mississippi River fourteen miles north of St Louis Mr Smith has just return ed from Missouri where he is interested extensively in mining enterprises He has selected a farm of 160 acres he says for the home He said it was not his plan to make a sanitarium or place for the treatment of ill news paper man but a place of rest for tired and wornout men connected with the editorial staffs of newspapes Mr Smith will return to Missouri in a short time to complete details of the pro posed home He expects to have it open by fall It is planned to conduct the insti tution inthesame manner that the Actors Home is managed THEHE is one consoling thought tho JantrillThomas fight is about over They have dug up all tho mud in Seventh Congressional district and slung It at each other IT used to be thaf when a base ball pitcher went up ho was spoken of as saving gone up like a balloon but now to bo up to date one must say ho went up like an aeroplane SOMETHING wonderful happened the other day President Taft sneezed and tho newspapers failed to say anything ibout it Fire Life Accident and Health Insur nco in the very best old lino Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Notice To Farmers When you need repairs for The Champion and Milwaukee and harvesting Machines Call on the Richmond Motor f Plumbing Co Richmond Ky 220 Irvine St PhoneS70 Send in your order now 01tf P 10 ItIf nir- oJun s Wrong Wayis andget anybody hang Phone Retire Carts Sell Liquid Venee One reason why you will find the most bed in the iT8TEARNS Ie FOSTER I MATTRESS is that the natural- springiness of the cotton is times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you call I Sixty Nights Free Trie 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 01 d ti a m Lackeya Specialty EstrayIA black and to name of collar with name plate and letter It on plate Return to I tf L P Evans Dont wait untill your house burns to think about insurance See Dan U Brcck tf The Big is of two kinds conceit and the big head that comes from a sick Does yours over feel like a gourd nod your brain feel loose and sore You can cure it in no time by acting on yourliver with Herbine Isnt it worth trying for the Absolute and certain relief youll Jet Price 60 cents per bottle Sold By H L Berry The to buy a lot o old stock to it for you We Go We wearing scratched Head headache Mallards luxurious magnifiedmany Undertaking EczemaA Germ Disease Can New Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a perm disease but the thing that has battled them is to find some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them Ycmo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing tho germs to the surface of the skin and de stroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and cure by Zemo is explained in nn interesting book on the subject issued by the makers of Zemo It tells how to dure yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of tho skin and scalp Call at Perrys Drug Store for booklet and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp tf i r H WALL PAPER I r i Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 w S O 110 L t REMEMBER LR BlantonIS SOLE AGENT FOR Celebrated Wilton Jellico Coal Corner Main and U Streets TELEPHONE 85 We Sell May Manton Patterns Eachr r i REALLIGHT + t THE t clearWel i jIig t of day with clean handsand honest methods open and above board No great success endures 1 w on mistakes or misrepresentations j When a merchant begins to feel that he must apologize forhis wares by making them appear what 1 X r they are notf when he begins to tincture his goods with the flavor of deception then lookout I We believe that if an article is worth selling at allfit isworthselling for what it is and we do not tic 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 pncea iu Our stocks are just now replenished and we were never able to better supply your wants with j J clean fresh summer merchandise h We have some specials in Wash Suits we would like for you to see Also some specials sn Ladies Skirts and Waists i v j We are wellsupplied with Uptodate Suits for Men and Boys and can save you money as we P do not want to carry these goods to another season V 1 if tOurCarpet Department was never sb brimming full of bargains as now The Spring is lateanc c f needing a Carpet or Rug we can save you money t v l f JWebought a close outrf line of Trunksand have on hands more Trunks than you ever saw in t c + D f We are giving out patrons the benefit of these low prices on this C i 1oeALLWE ASK IS A LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY + 4 + m a itI 1 Iuu II L t Hamilton Brothers j i c I0 0 do V 1dl 1 a 1Wt1l 11Wl it1 J1 11Jt1 I I wIThe WOMMSIird Y J11Ij 0 tJr 11CJ i f 111 QJJ a it j Just send them to us for we select our for the f stidi r x ous womenthe ones other merchants find t hardest to please As to our Dress Goods we have the newest diagonal weave in all colprs from 89c to 198 per yard Our fOULARDS are the choice of the seasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89c to 179 per yard Beautiful Swiss Embroideries in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Look at our Readymade Waists and Skirts All styles and prices Owen McKee itiButterick Patterns InI r The Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR Mmber ol PRESS and r PUBUSIIERS FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY TUNE 29 1010 Democratic Ticket Fou CoNonEss HON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln County WE notice that a movement is on foot to pool the wheat crop of Kentucky Wo have been afraid from the beginning that the pooling of various farm products would at som time wprk a hardship upon tho masses Wo have been in favor of all legitimate efforts that have bcenxmade to pool the tobacco of the state because tobacco is a luxury but when it comes to pooling the products out of which necessites are made we protect Wo are opposed to a trnst in any form whether it be ono formed to control tho price of raw material or of tho finished goods and a trust of any character should bo dissolved While we rejoice to see the farmers prosperous and are willing that they get every cent possible for what they produce yet wo feel that they ought to be satisfied with 4 tho prices they are receiving With hogs bringing 900 a hundred cattle 075 to 725 lambs 700 to 300 corn 250per bbl and wheat 93 cts a bushel f wo fail to see wherein would be the jus tico in pooling the wheat crop and mak- ingi bread higher Tho motto of every r citizen should be To live and let live but to organize and make the poor t many of whom are barely coking out an loxistance pay more for the necessities oflifo than they are paying today would sumi1TILE happiest man in tho world says tho Blakely Reporter is said to reside in North Georgia He has six fiddles ten children thirteen hounds a deaf and dumb wife and a moonshine still that has never been discovered 6f course he is happy He is too lazy willliritsox that his wife has to do everything around the place except play on the flddle and go out on some bald knob nightandJ3canlnes that are daily taking bread out fiofitho mouths of those ten children vo have some Kentuckians of the same jgfbrand ti HON J CAMIBEM CAXTIULL easily defeated his opponent Hon C SI Thomas for the Democraric nomination pf6rCongrcss in the Seventh district one of the most bitterly fought jSjampalgns over engaged in by men of tlilsameparty We believe Mr Thomas allowed his canvass to become too much tinged with Lebusism Tho voters felt ikp it was a Democratic fight and that gibe Republicans should keep hands off hospitalrrIt will fill a long felV want W- ap Walton in Lexington HeraldWo fcantsep tho secessity for a hospital Iiro Walton they usually fix them up yXhere so they have to be taken to an undertaking establishment instead of r toa hospital 1 Ix the death of Cot John Powling juto editor of the Nicholas Advocate nowspapordom loses a shining mark Ho was a man who always stood fearless ilyfpr tho right and his paper could al tviys be found on the side of truth and J 3ustico9To his bereaved family wo ox wn our sympathy s REIORTS from over the state say nhat snails are destroying tho growing crop 6ftobacco Who ever thought that they oujdloso thcirself respebtso completely as to chow tobacco HAVE you heard anybody grumbling iffewt the hot weather 1l JiiiMellj iafer b1ir- J re J iW 1 l t1 1 i tafi- i S cPRia11 Miss Agnes Clark is visiting in Lexing ton Robert West of Irvine was hero last SaturdayMrs Simmons is visiting in LexingtonMr S Moberly is in Chicago for a short sojourn Mr 0 C Wallace was in Irvine Mon day on businessIMrs Lackey Rico is quite ill at the Pattio A Clay Infirmary Mr V I Blow of Louisville was hero on business last week Mrs W E Muncey of Lexington visited friends hero Sunday Mrs P M Pope has returned from a visit to friends at Lexington Miss Mamie Midkilf of Louisville is visiting Miss Bonnie Bybeo Mrs Irvine Ballard has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs II S Hills and children are visit tng her mother at Clover Port Mr and Mrs W W Pigg have returned from a visit to Lexington- Mr J N Denny of Garrard county visited his son Alex hero this week Mr S S Parkes has gone to Missouri to be at the bedside of a sick brother Mrs R C II Covington and children arc at Sullivan Isle for a short stay Mr J S Marrs was called to Lancas ter Saturday by the death of his niece Mr Don Banks wife and child are visiting the formers old homo at Cane ValleyMr G G Corzelius and family left Wednesday for a months trip through tho East Mrs George C More vof London is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J M AzbolL Mrs James Smith is visiting her daughter Mrs YanWinklc in Louis villeMrs Ncalo Bennett has returned from a visit to Mrs E S Helburn iu Middles boro mncinInatiMillerMr W H Johnston and Miss Lottie McRobcrts of Lancaster were visitors hero Sunday Messrs J A Sullivan C C Walaco and A R Burnam Jr were in Win chester Sunday Mrs Chenault Willis of Nicholasvills was hero Saturday to attend the funeral of Squire Wm Willis Mr and Mrs Hugh Bates of Ciucin nati are visiting the lattcrs mother Mrs T D Cheuault Sr Mrs Lacy Bright of Now York City is the guest of Mrs IL M bright on Lancaster avenue Miss Lucy l oty of Lancaster visited her sisters Mrs E U Smith and Miss Jolt Uoty hero last week Miss Mablo Mason has gone to Knoxville Tenn to take a course in the Normal school as that place T D Buckley of Maysville with the Havana Smoking Cigar Co was in town last week mixing with friends Misses Mary Katherine and Julia White are attending the Chi Omega meeting in Lexington this week Mr Robert Turloy who has peon at teiiding school at Illinois State University is at home to spend his vacation Mrs Elmer Deathorage and children will leave tomorrow to visit her sister Mrs Vallenweider at McArthur Ohio Mrs W It Dillion of London is visit ing her son Harry Dillion and also is visiting her cousin Mrs J C Gorge The many friends of Mrs IC Rucker of Paint Lick will bo glad to know that she is slowly recovering from her recent illness Mrs J P Rucker has been at Paint Lick for the past several days at the bedside of her motherinlaw Mrs I C Ruckern J Mr and Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard were here last Saturday to attend the burial of the formers brother Wm Willis s Mrs C D Milte jiliibtkMilter Regnia Stevens and Ffer AdaRls are IttEstill iwthelM6Ilft IWI t 1 IMiss Ida Million left last Friday for Hill Ohio where she entered the Cincinnati Sanitarium and will be a train nurse in that Institution Among tho outoftowu guests at tho AshbrookSmith wedding last Tuesday were Mesdames Thomas Kisor Frank Kiser John Mansfield and Miss Fane Templin all of Paris Miss Anna Hcacox who has been visiting her sister Mrs Elmer Deathorage returned to her home at Lexington last Saturday She was accompanied by Miss Louise Deatherage Interior Journal Mr and Mrs Robt Scudder and Mr and Mrs Richard Scudder spent the week end with Madison county relatives and attended tho wedding of their sister Miss Lucy Scud der to Mr Arthur Collier Mr C E Woods is at homo from Middlesboro where ho ate all tho good things the hospitable people of that town sat before him He says they have the best Buttermilk cows at Middlesboro of any place ho has ever been Mrs C H Vaught and little daughters Mary Hardin and Elizabeth leave to- lay for Louisville to visit Mr and Mrs Rhodes Rankin They will also visit Mrs Frank Wallace of Allenvillo before returning home- Lancaster Record Miss Minnie John son has returned from Richmond where she has been attending the normal schoo1Misses Anna Jackson of New York and Tommie West of Richmond are the the guests of Mrs Henly Bastin Miss Margaret Minnick who has been a nurse at tho P A C Infirmary for some time past left last Thursday for Now York where she will enter a school of training Her sister Miss Elizabeth is hero until July 1st when Miss Sullivan of Lexington will come to take up tho and Mrs A D Miller and laugh ter Elizabeth returned Saturday from Middlesboro where they attended the meeting of the Kentucky Press Associa tion While there they were delightful ly entertained by Mr and Mrs Charles P Cunningham Mrs Cunningham was formerly Miss Anno Riddell of Irvine AshbrookSmith Miss Ollio Ashbrook and Mr L C Smith were married at the homo of tho bride on Third street last Thursday Row G W Crutchfield performing the ceremony Only the immediate mom bers of the families were present but tho wedding was beautilul in the extreme Miss Gay Mansfield played tho wedding march and the bride dressed in a beautiful traveling suit leaning on tho arm of the groom marched into the room which had been tastily decorated for the occason where in a few well chosen words Rev Crutchfiold pronounced thorn man and wife Tho bride is a daughter of Mrs J M Barlow and is a young lady who numbers her friends by the score The groom is a splendid oung man and is a valued em ployee of the L and N Railroad After the ceremony they left on tho 517 L N train for tho East where they will stay for a low days Upon their return they will resido nt Paris Wo wish them well rl Wagers West A happy culmination of a long and ardent courtship was the marriage last MayWagersCrutcher West of Speedwell at the home of time birdo on Third street Inn beautiful but short ceremony Rev E C McDouglo united these young people for a journey through life manyfriendswith roses and that unbounded happiness may bo theirs forever The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr nod Mrs J William Wagers and Is a young Jady of rare beauty and attainments She has for the past few years been a IIlfdduringbe a splendid instructor Tho groom it the son of Mr and Mrs W II West of Speedwell and has a hostoLfriexuls who congratulate him ln tho winnng of such a prize Ho isa sober indust rious young man and is at present in teeiploTottLurL A rtheytookthrough the NbrthMay they never know sorrow and BS ylifesHJptirney belong and prosperous I 7 Diwolutian Notice The firm of c3rkloberl tranfHl1It tw lit M IIII NItIti oi 1ji Q tar rh Quickly Cured by a Pleasant GerrhKillmg Antiseptic Tho little Hyomcl pronounced High ome inhaler is rondo of hard rubber and can easily be carried intho popkot or purse It will last a life time Into this inhaler you pour a few drops of magical Hyomei This is absorbed by tho antiseptic gauze within and now you aro ready to breatho it in over tho germ infested membrane where it will speedily begin its work of killing catarrh germs Hy omei is made of Australian eucalyptol combined with other antiseptics and is vesy pleasant to breathe It Is guaranteed to curb catarrh bron chitis soro throat croup coughs and colds or money back It cleans out a stuffed up head in two minutes An outfit consists of an inhaler a bet tlo of Hyomoi a supply of antiseptic gauze a modicinodroppor and full in structions foruso Tho inhaler is mado pocket size of hard rubber and will last a lifetime And boar in mind that extra bottles of Hyomei 50o Booths Hyomoi Co Buffalo N Y Sold by B L Middelton MIOHACUres It relieves stomach misery sour stom ach belching and cures all stoma h disease or money tack Largo box of tab lets 50 cents Druggists m all towns Southern Railway Low Ex cursion Rates Sunday July 3rd between Louisville Lexington Danville Georgetown Lawrenceburg Harrodsburg Shelbyvillo and Versailles and Intermediate Stations in teach direction 8100 between Lexington Danville Georgetown and Louisville for round trip tickets limited to return dato of sale Proportionately low rates between Intermediate points Consult any Southern Railway Ticket Agent Two Blazes The firo department was called out last Wednesday night about 8 oclock by a call turned in from tho moat store of W H Douglas Sons A gasoline tank in tho rear of tho room exploded and in a few minutes thero was a considerable blaze Tho department responded promptly and soon had tho flames under control put not before considerable damage had been dono Again on Fri day morning about 2 a m tho alarm was sounded This timo it was from tho Richmond Steam Laundry Some cinders had been thrown out near tho boiler house and they set firo to the house burning the roof ofl No other damage was done He Found The Saddle Mr Harrison Riley hands us the foL lowing letter which ho assures us is genuine Mister J T Jones and Co Nptre Dame St Montreal PQ Dea- rsirI received bicycle which I by from you alrite but for why you dont send mo no saddle i am loose to me my kustomor sure ting by no having no sad del and dats not very pleasure for me wat is do matter with you Mister Jones and companee is not my money so goot like anoder man you loose to mo my trade and I am very angry for dat and how i tell you dat YOU are a data fools and no good Mister Jones and companee I send you back your bicycle at once tomorrow for sure because you are such a dam foolishness peoples Yours respect fulse J D St Denis P S Sinco i write dis letter i find do saddol in do box excuse moChicago- Post Petition Withdrawn When court convened ast Tuesday to take up the petition presented last court day by the attorneys for the WETS to see if the men who had signed it were legal voters the attorneys for the nays filed apetition with the names of 109 men on it who had signed tho petition asking for on election on the whiskey question asking that their names be stricken from the original petition This number added to the 2G who had already taken their names off befor the County Clerk made a total of 135 which number deducted from tho 400 on the origi nal petition left only 271 which brought tho number below 297 which is tho number required in order to call an election The attorneys for tho WETS asked the Court to allow them a little time to soo those who had taken their names off and see if they wouldnt come back the original petition but this life Court refused to do because of the fact that a limit had lobo set some time as to how of ten a man might change his mind and as each side had had one chance Judge Shackclford thought it nothing but fair to refuse to allow any further changing and seeing that they wore defeated the attorneys for the WETS withdrew the petition Although defeated this time they have not given up and aro circulating another petition which will likely be presented next court day A Success The play Elhopia given at the operA house last Thursday night for tho bene fit of tim P A C Infirmary was success from oyerypoint orviow The crowd was largo and appreciative and enjoyed every minute of tile two hours enter tainment From the time that Mrs Willard aslIamaIJi7s and Mr Parker as Pete stepped on tho stage until tho curtain was ruftg down on the last scene tho largo audience was kept busy enjoying hcary laughs listen ing to beautiful songs and watching pretty drills Of course the stars of the play were Mr Parker and Mrs Willard They are both fine in their respective r1e and werogrebted time after time with rounds of applause Tho other members of the play were local talent and all did their parts well when ope takes into consideration that they had only one week in which to get them up Lack of space prevents us from jnention jng Ksach member of the cast bTut wa cant refrain fronf saying that MiA 0 Scanlab Miss Duncan Foster Miss ssfdyplaYlJdalmostmo boimct SuLbyMrScsnlan anoMiss Foster was beautiful in the extreme while the Lantern Drill by ten young lali qiTelXX ret trdlestthe WiilhrIoveBtns was the Yanma Ymimmi Man by thu- pt1ZmflJies r Nast t11Qlvili Myers fIneplayhug rr1MaMesfJt o were fortuiwto noughtoM it have iwihfag but words Kftfeii WiIMk A tsum WM 11 by 1M3 t f JF badies O1FORDS PUMPS 1i1 1 n il- I I have receivedan TE just II other shipment of Ladies 1O 11 J t Pumys in one and straps in Suede i1 t r liii I Patent and metal See them 2t i ft lu- Is j Rice ArnoldOUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE tiiTRYt lj=H= =H=H=H=H=H=H==H==H= =H=H=H=H=H=H=H=H= ====o=f Base Ball Games at Richmond July 4 10am Winchester July 5 Winchester July 7 8 and 9 Frankfort Games at 330 p m Base Ball Won Lost Port Parisu 30 15 Frankfort 21 21 511 Winchester 22 20 523 RICHMOND 21 21 4GG Lexington 21 21 4GG Shelbyvillo 17 28 377 Oft Their Stride The Pioneers were badly off their stride last Tuesday when they met Paris on the home lot and were defeated by the score of 10 to 2 Knox started in to pitch for Richmond but he wasnt in form and retired from the scene of action at tho beginning of tho third inning Hedges succeded him put tho Bourbon ites had already developed a batting streak and they couldnt bo stopped Time Pioneers also played loosely in tho field Jimmy Tilford made his first appearance with tho team at third base but had only two chances both of which ho handled in good stylo Ho failed to to geta hit in three attempts Wo predict however that ho will improve in this respect as soon as ho becomes ac customed to the pitchers Tho score Pasis 03312000211 Richmond0000000202WhiteWashed The Pioneers went to Winchester last Wednesday and as it is tho time of sear for whitewashing they proceeded to give time Hustlers a lovely coat Tho score was C to 0 Knox who was taken out the day before went in to pitch and ho stood the hard hitting Hustlers on their heads They only got four hits and they were so badly scattered that there was never any danger of a scoro being tho result On tIme other hand our boys jumped on Weakly early in tho game and he was led oil time field by Daddy Horn in the third innirg and Robinson took his place Tho Pioneers were not to bo denied however and they kept up their hitting winning in a walk Whittakor and Sandman were the heavy hitters for Richmond each getting three hilts Tho score Richmond 100 32 0 0 0 06- Winchester00 0 0 0 0 OU 00 Winchester 8 Richmond 1 Tho Hustles got good ahd oven with tho Pioneers Thursday the home boys putting up the poorest gamo of the season Thoss was out of the gamo on account ofbad hand and Taylor hud to do time catching and he made a poor out of it Ho had three bad errors and Allison who was pitching for Richmond was afraid to pitch his best It might be added hero that it looks as though we have piched up a good one in Allison He has all the earmarks of a star and we will miss x ur gueso if lib docsnt prove to be the best in time league This game was no fair test of his ability Black a new man was on tho mound for tho visitors and although ho pitched only a fair game ho won easily because of brilliant support by Callahan Goose tree and Kircher The best playing for Richmond was done by Sandman His work at first base was sunaslionaL Whittaker and Olson also played nice ball The score Vinchister002 0 1 02 03S Richmond O00000001i PltclicrsIiaitIeR- iclIrn mid was lit Winchester Friday fora game and after nine innings of hard play they were returned winners by the scor of 2tol It was strictly a pitchers battle between Wills and Tonoy Al though Tony pitcheda splendid game Wills was letter and won a well deserved victory TjhoPioneers got three Wits off of Toney two of them being by Tilford wholly lhe Tdy played a tar game at third base scored one of Richmonds runs and made the hit that sent the otliur jonb across TIme best the Hustlers could dorwaS to get two hits off of Wills Hohad splendid control md r fine c1H4at hofT- ime QjlJ rsJui ing seorel- Licimmolml 00001OOtO2- Lose J Q9 J i to WlBchevter i Pioneers suffered dofeaVVt the liaadsof Winchester Saturday oa the Imni 1e4 by lime score r4totr7f w ab6tttfui game up to u sev- romd i nek cridebeing b W XtttiMKMs the pkte lasthii junktf ouibysrot their wires a littto eros4 and WJ oMMter got two across before Ihy CQidiIretire the w knox did tie t4bikil twWlIIi1D wist- W =0 =j== i= I AND two Gun IIj HOUSE j j Admission 25c worked for the visitors and ho was a complete puzzle to tho locals Not only did hopitchan excellent game put hp made tho hit that drove in tho two first scores of tho game Callehan and Goose tree played fine ball for Winchester while Olson Malony and Thoss starred for Richmond Tho score- Winchester 00000022 04 Uichmondu 000000001 Lost Another Tho Pioneers lost another gamo Sun day this one going to the Lexington Colts by tho score of 5 to 4 Creager and Robbins were tho opposing slab artists each pitching nice ball Creager would have won his game but for some bad errors by his team mates Tho score- Loxington n 20201000 x5 Richmond 20020000 OJ Rlctmond 7 Frankfort 3 Richmond won Mondays gamo from Frankort in easy fashion Wills who is pitching time best ball of any of our pitchers at present was on the mound for Richmond and held the Lawmakers to only four hits Yerkes pitched for Frankfort and our boys proundcd his delivery hard especially Whittaker and Bramlago Each of tfioso men got three hits Tho score was 3 to 3 at the beginning of tho ninth inning but the Pioneers fell on Yorkos offerings and before tho side could be retired four runs had crossed the pan Tho score Iticimmond020000 10 47 Franlfort1000020003To July 20th from Richmond and all way stations on regular morning train A great three days outing for only 1205 This will include tho railroad fare also board at Cave hotel and admission to tho several routes in time Cavo See largo bills and L N Agent 4t22 The Automobile and The Horse It is hard to believe that with the enormous increase in the automobiles the horse is still so splendidly holding his own According to a re port lying before us the total number of horses in the Unit ed States is over 21000000 This is 400000 more than the previous year It is claimed that they are worth on an average ten dollars more per head than a year ago All lovers of the must re oice to see autotruck reliev ing him of his cruel loads but let no man dream the automobile will supplant him Men are born every day who love horses not beause they can serve them as beast of burden or means of transportation but because they are horses These would rather drivEan intelligent wellbred horse five miles than steer aa automobile from Maine to California over the finest bou levardever builtDumb An imals Booker Washingtons Story Booker T Washington is responsible for the story of a negro man who was anxious to catch a certain train and had only a few minutes in which to reach the station He hailedthe first cab he saw The driver a white man told him it was lot his custom to carry negroes in his vehicle The colored man not nth least diilurbed St once repli ed Thats Hriflhtyou get in the carriage and Ill take the front seat mod drive yOUr This was done and in It few minutes they reached the depot in time to catch the krajp Qfe iieg r man handed the whitan his faro and de parted Both atiM1bW Jlt IIu Miss Bear take Bear your MissTeddy Bear r Yes providing will buy me a Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove and all the for the home from LUMAN AND HIGGINS They sell on easy or monthly payments or will us from 10 20 per cenj on cash purchases t See his answer next week t ForSale 10 head of highclass Jersey Heifers all with calves some springing fawn color black noso and tongue Every one high bred If not sold before will be at Madison County Stock Yards on Court Day Monday July 4 Robt Walker Lost- A ladies dark green leather shopping bag with brass chain probably on Lan caster avenue Please return same to this office ONE DROP OF BOURBON POULTRY down the throat of raping destroys the worms and saves the chicks life few drops the drialcics water cures and PREVENTS DISEASE For the treatment of White Diarrhoea chicks and Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO PQC SOc bottle makes 12 aaHons of 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acres of land Call on or address P B Broaddus tf Richmond Ky If you need your mower or binder ro paired call on the Richmond Motor Plumbing Co- mchmond Ky For Sale I have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Breck Aval Location drainage oct tho very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Anyone in crested In purchase please call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright tr For Sale My house and lot adjoining ball park Apply to tf J A TODD JT FERRIELL Real Estate Agent OUlliam Buildi- ngRichmQnd Ky Farm For Sale As executor of David Chonault deceased I will sell prithtely the home PikC1Thisin one cast of Richmond Tho farm consists of thirty acres of finest blue grass soil n tho county and is especially suitable lr t01J1C On same is a modern rash Jonce vllh eight rooms hall etc and aU nicesary outbuildipgs and an abun dance jf running water in addition to clstern On the farm is also avery fine orchard o all kinds of fruit and a large quantity of locust Anyone desiring to examine the above place can apply to Mrs David Chonault on tfio promises JO Chenault Richmond Ky or J W Elmore Bxecutcr tr Lancaster Ky To Mammoth Cave July 20th from RfcnoofMland all way stations on regular morning train A great three days outing for only 28C This will include the jntilreMi ftw afee board At Cave io451and ftdmiwbn te the several routes Ia th Cw cM sribills sad lj N Awn f 4tt- DfuOkttlon Notice Th rwi of McJuby Librj has bo dissolved by mutual uir gbey avi1 thi r w4 t vI0 Some Specimens of Premiums OFFERED BY THE Madison County Fair Association p July 20 21t 22 and 23 1910 Without Entrance or DeductionsSaddle Stallion Mare or Gelding Roadster Stallion Maro or Geld 00Harness00Saddle3 yeArs old or under 100 00 Plantation Saddle Horses 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 No Entrance No Deductions Fine Music by the First Regiment Band of Louisville The Richmond Climax rmiStfB HER WEKESMT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR Kttnktr cl aid PtlBUSIERS LEAGUE BICE100 PER YEAR INADVANC- SWEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1910 New Kentucky Laws Effective More than 100 new bills that were passed by the last General Assembly went into effect last Monday at midnight and many of them are of considerable importance There will be many thous ands of dollars saved to the State by reason of the fact that hereafter a hung jury in a Commonwealth case will be a thing of the past In the future the jury will merely pass upon the guilt or inno cence of the accused and the Judge will fix the sentence Among the new acts that became laws the past week werePermitting tho commingling of to baccoEmpowering regular judges to be special judges- Authorizing the indeterminate sen tence Providing for the recording of agreements of pooling crops Providing for legal holiday October 19 Columbus Day- Providing for an appropiation for the Homo of the Incurables Providing for one of the state peniten tiaries to be changed into a reform school Providing for a penalty for drinking of entoxicating liquors on the trains and public conveyances Making tho trapping of rabbits unlaw ful and fixing a penalty therefor Providing fortho holding of elections to determine whether or not stock shall run at largo Fixing age for jury service Providing a penalty for mistreating dumb animals Change tho libel law and providing for change of venue Permitting railroad companies to establish and operate ferries Providing an expense for the Governor Appropriating 50000 for the completion of work on the Capitol grounds Making an appropriation for the Con federate Home- Making an appropriation for the Col ored Kentucky Homo Society for Child renProviding for coguardianship of children by parents Providing for the electropution of criminal whore death sentence is in flicted Providing for the manufacture of hog cholera serum establishing a distribut ing point Regulating mines and mining and providing for lifesaving apparatus for minersAllowing Fiscal Courts to levy tax for for courthouse fund Providing penalty for failure to sound warning at railroad crossings Regulating the further pooling of farm products Making the practice of abortion a felony and fixing a penalty therefor Increasing fee for jailers Legalizing slave marriages Prohibiting tho destruction of fish with guns loaded with lo ullcts Appropriating for the statue for Gen oral John IL Morgan at Lexington Providing for lIce Inspectors Providing punishment for those re sponsiblo for the condition of depend cut children Amending law providing for compul sory attendance of children in schools Providing for the registration of auto mobiles Amending child labor law Amending local option law in regard to license Providing for the protection of religious assemblies such as camp meetings Fixing punishment for adulteration of food and drugs- Changing exemption law providing that 10 per cent of tho wages of labor ers be not exempted Regulating the poolirg of farm pre ducts SUCH a relief Congress is sol ng to adjournSWas It You Somebody diCta golden deed Somebody proved a friend in need So nobody sung a beautiful song Somebody smiled the whole dsy long SpMMbptyr thought Tis sweet tic Hyel5r Somedody jsaia Im glad to pro Some fought a va iantfight Sonebsd 1 jljJ 0 ihield the rig Lt E i jtJA The Dollar Just a dollar on a mission sent makes a lot ofpeople glad each time the coin is spent You pay it to the butcher lor the meat to give you strengh he takes it to thegrocer from whom it goes at length for some pretty bit of cloth or lace his better half to buy or help to get her summer hat to make her rival sigh The dry goods man sent on the coin to pay the market bill and though the coin is often spent it stays a dollar still and every time tis spent at home some act of good is done in booming local industries its bound to make themrun But if you take the shining coin and break the local chain the chances are that from afar twill not return again If once it passes out of town the butcher and baker the grocer and the dry goods man the furniture man and carpenter the wagon man and black smith the shoe man and the printer everyone will lose a chanee to touch the coin ere the setting of the sun Just keep the little coin at home just keep it moving well and every time it changes hands somebodys goods twill sell That single little dollar has thus a wonderous power to make somebody happy a dozen times an hour It pays the bill and wards off ill and neer its power relaxes to soothe the doctor buy the coal and pay for clothes and taxes Ex Strayed From T H Collins place on Muddy Creek a steer calf weighing about 400 pounds Information will be thankfully received Rufus Sams Scarcity Of QuaiL Is Caused By Dogs Eating the Eggs and Killing the Young R W Worth a commercial traveler has solved theprob lem of the scarcity of qual in Kentucky and he is under the impression the same sit uation prevails in other see tions of thecountry where the scarcity of the bird has been noted During the past week Mr Worth visited in Spencer county and while roaming over the fields he was followed by a pointer dogand two pup pies belonging to the family he was visiting During the time he was there he said this cogdestroyed thiee quail nests and as each of the nests containedfrom twenty to thir ty eggs it could be seen that at least a half hundred quail were thus destroyed Not only do the dogs destroy the eggs said Mr Worth but in the event the eggs have hatch ed the dogs devour the young quail after first driving the mother bird off thenest Mr Worth said it was not un usual for the pointer dog to leave the house early in the mOl ning and run through the fields for mile during the day aud destroy the quail eggs or young quail He said he learned this fact from the people of Spencer county with whom he came in contact on his recent visit Mr Worth believes some action should be taken by law to compel the owners of hunting dogs to keep them confined except during the hunting season when they are used by their owners on a hunt and at a time when there are no eggs or very young quail to be devoured by the dogs Mr Worth saidit was the popular supposition that the scarcity of quail was due to the bad weather but hicbehieves red atbry dogs are more respon ible than the Feather TbowRs A Edison has an uonoed that be is confident thai aw undiscovered power fnai r than electricity or stoes eidt i teUrNUia ing etfcsf Mr Bd4 on wH trwr to tod said control tklinw t r = Fr atuits Remedy What mother is not looking for- oaiethinWat will help her children in the little ills of life something for the stoMach trouble and the bowel tremble Long ago she prob ably has beeome convinced that a child cannot readily swallow a pill themindrasUcallyerful for the little ones stomach troubleofremedythatDrCaldwellamotherwhowhatyouandonebelnltslmplta the best way to bcln on It Mrs U Chicagoandfreoeample thehouseremedythoroughly andoldbeIngmoststubbornstomachandthat It will rare plessedto tlthefree of charge 1 xplaln your case In a detaiLForname and address on a postal card or otherwise For cjtber request the doctors address la Dr W B CaldwellR500 Caldwell building IlL STOCKTON SOX Kentucky Fair Dates Richmond July 20 21 22 23 ljgrea August 4 5 and 6 JIadisonvillc July 195 days Henderson July 265 days Lancaster July 273 days Versailles August 31 days Danville August a1 days Lexington August 8fl days Taylorsvill August 01 days Uniontown August D5 days IIarrodsburg August 111 days Vanocburg August 10days Lawrcnceburg August 164 days Shcpherdsville August 173 days Broadhead August 173 days Ewicg August 171 days Shclbyvillo August 234 days London August 23I days Erlanger August 244 days Nicholasville August 303 days Fern Creek August mt days Hardinsbur August 303 days Barbourville August 312 days Florence September fi3 days Monticello September 63 lays Hodgenville September 63 days Falmouth September 2S1 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 12U days James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need edIts poor policy to wait untill you have a fire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now Wo write tho best policies tf1anH Breck For Sale Barred Plymothrock and Leghorn eggs for sale 8100 per sotting of 15 eggs Also African goose eggs roc a piece I can spare two or geeseN0mtf It D 3 Richmond You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from R A BARLOW Agent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him about The Badges Steersman 525tf 25 per cent off cash for bun dIe work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine 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all bought before the recent advances We carry Standard Highgrade Well Known Brands SUCH AS The SherwinWilliams Paints and Varnishes The Acme Quality Paints Stains Varnishes Pratt Lamberts No 6 Floor Varnish Johnsons and Old English Floor Wax EagleStrictly Pure White Lead CarterStrictly Pure White Lead EcksteinPhoenixStrictly Pure White Lead Our Linseed Oil and Turpentine is strictly pure Get our prices on your Paint wants We will save you money WILL6INfi 213 West Main Street Wall Papir Window Shades Pictures Frames Window Glass and Mirrors z Aiew QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season TI hurman Grocery Company Buckeye Riding and- Walking CULTIVATORSRenowned A bolter line of Cultivators has never been produced as they Will Do Perfect Work arid Last Longer than any other lino on tho market Thousands of satisfied customers can testify can testify to the above fE6r Sale By t Douglas Simmons Deatbage EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing and Guttering New Place on Second Street Telephone 20 Indestructible The clear full brilliant tone of Columbia Indestructible 1Cylinder Records is the best reason for their growing popularity V But its a fine thing to know they cant break no lmatter how careless you may be and that they will never 4wear out no matter how many times you play them 35 cents Call for a catalog ItA splendid repertoire to choose from and jre are w adding to it right along James A Parke First Sfoot Richmond Ky THE experienced paintertheman who knowsalways recommends izeMIL i1L FLOOR FINISH IUse it en your ocs either kitchen bathroom stairway or outside piaua floor It will jnake them attractive and durable getsaTbttrwtiy wt jmr ift e aathfccltoa Mwwy back it it doat ds HENRY L PERRY FIF Jfif TIi a 1Z t I I 0 n Smart Clothes For Ladies and Misses will be found i- nMrsJMIiarlows q I Readytowear Parlor II in Building with Mr F J Yeagers Jewelry Store 218 West Main Street Coo in will bo glad to show you my new lino of Ladies Rcadytowcar in the v Latest Styles and Materials f YWhonyouget my prices they will surprise you and youll como back again cr Itj I George English PLUMBING ij Doctor for I r1 Gas and Gasoline EnrinesilAgeUtSfOl Johnson Best System of Water Works c for country and suburban homes l 210 E Main Street Phone 6191 RICHMOND KENTUCKY I 0+ Rural Telephones reEdencea any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service whici you and yfrur neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the bene headquartersNt8hillerate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately MlssisaippLouisianaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated Planting Stylish TaUprinfEsULbhishment always cutjting MarischenOver Sextons Shoe Store We and Pressing Tele 1 73 F Necessary devices yhich with other- typewriters are attachedat an extra price or else built as parts of sp cialma Spring Time has now arrived and you should not delay planting an order for a Made to Order Garments are remarkably distinctive ow Geo do Cleaning a That is one secret oft I in sight chines with only one use Some Inbuilt Features at a more exorbitant Card Writing Decimal CondensedprICeii every NEW MODEL and Stenciling t L C SMITH BROS t TYPEWRITER All these Jdnds of workand others done by one simple typewrite our regular correspondIence machine without any extra cost attachments BALL BEARINGS throughout typebar carriage segment all important frictional points made antifrictionak The inbuilt devices save you the prie of attachmentsCarU earing lypjOr wear ET To7ntAnd this complete machine costs no more than others which must have expensive attachments to make them complete To uy a typewriter without investigating the L C SMITH BROS would be like buying ilvcr without looking for the Sterling mark ndfo1t1fj5I1u3traei I L Cf SMITH BROS Typewriter Company 4 MAIN STREET CINCINNATI OHIO t Womans Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advancer ageap1hem rlNenllyhllw men suffer more or less wltlfspme eglectcd4voia leaeginITEcaRu UI i 1 If Will Help You T STrs Katie Burlison Gorevillc HI tried Cardui ancl Writ Bi Mtstaad1nyfeeLJII ow tamablo to ao all my housework and MI ia JBM j Wb itel wil before1 Try it TltL mI8TQ u H r Ill hH I Ii qt LI IUI1I I Au TREMENDOUS HIT=L COATSANDWe found on account of the lateness of the season we were overstocked in 1800 and 2000 Suits The public found it out too thatis18 and 20 Fancy Suits 143 LCHASL STRAUS Mgr rOOOOOOOOOOOO An Easter Gift jLMn In the English Church WAI Bestowed By F A MITCHEL CopjrJsht 1910 by American Press Association In March 1758 there appeared In the London Chronicle the following advertisement A living of 4100 a year will be given to a curate on condition that bo marry the giver He must be young well recom andflrmabllshment Answers may be left at the StrandJondond1rectedcrecy and honor is to be depended upon Gerard Wentworth a young man of rtventxtwo saw It and was attracted by it for the following reasons He preUmlnarytaneous1 a lawsuit involving the fam fly property was decided adversely and Gerards father died This left the young clergyman on the thresh old of life with two sisters and a mother to provide for lie was think ing of giving up his profession and accepting a clerkship in a mercantile house where bo could earn moro mon eyetellIs thero not In this ho mused a chance for me to follow the career I love and am fitted for If I should eventuallybecome So be left a note at the Union Coffee happytodue time received an invitation to call at Twickenham a suburban town a couple of hours ride from London Jlr Wentworth alighted from the coach at an Imposing gateway and walked up through attractive grounds marryIngfllgbtbyknock pointing to a dilapidated Look ing cottage in one corner of the in closure and telling him be would find the advertiser there With a sigh he turned and walking over to the house in Question knocked again A serv ant who had apparently left the wash showedblinds to which were alt closed Pres ently an angular woman of fifty entered and announced that it was she who bad the disposal of the living gentfemanhis leave Ho talked in a desultory way and among other things told the lady that his purpose in getting the living was to be able to continue in his career and provide for his mother and sisters whereupon the woman told him curtly that his application would not be considered for a moment Wcntworth rope to go but the wom an asked him to wait a few minutes Sho then left the room and was gone some time When she returned she said that after all his love for his mother and sisters had affected her favorably toward him and that she would think the matter over Would he call again In a few days Wentworth said Thank you qothtagemergetltrom comelySheand it seemed to him that she must know that he was an applicant for the living to be disposed of for she looked amused Wentworth who huLl reached the little gate beside the driveway a few paces before her paused to let her go politelyIand your bride she said n snap in her eye and a pair of dimples on each cheek flanking a smile I have not yet been accepted nor have J accepted he replied walking on beside her Why should a young man ot your forkaOne hundred pounds he supplied He told her that he was bound by hon or and affection tp consider his moth er and sisters The girl walking In the same direc tion jus the curate they continued to gather to the inn from which 1he1 coach started When they parted she said to him Cotneand see me I have a friend who has at her disposal a living much appliedforcan introduce you and will use my In fluence In yourttnor 11110k when I tell her that you areready to sacrifice yourself for your mother and sisters she will be dispsed to hdl lOur clergy asyou knbwVafe ciifcfly inter gbtlngItsed man nmdngtbetn tr Wcntworlh quite delighted with so fortunate an encounter Smiled a picas- ant smile flea a day for the Introtluc- tion was appoinfed Before 4w time for Introduction came round he rcclletJn iiott1 from the young lady signed Alice TrelawncV tllUvIngto v him preach Would he do so In fchurch at TjKlekuiihnra ntllc follow Ing Sunday imd would beriie nRUest it her house between Saturday and Monday WeotWoftli accepted vith joy la ifs fteart It be saccefdodL1Ui this east here Heed beuQ mnrrjrig wltkj L jCIOIAs assignee p pHfcn k Flora I irlsli to announce to IUblrcOp hay cji qnd a kadfcNii Jlae rfx w vtam mts ua gray tbM I ff4Io- of A r U pa Z4 Gt rJ rl 4 a 1 rbopfluttered endeavoringtoTho following Saturday the after noon coach stopped At the Oaks the curate alighted and his portmanteau was set down from the boot He was received by Miss Trelawney and introduced to her aunt the head of the house for Miss Trelawney was an or phan He spent the rest of the day and the evening with her and being an open hearted frank young man Miss Trelawney within a few hours knew more about him than he knew himself At any rate she knew him to be a very lovable young man a matter of which he was entirely Ig norant But the next day when Ventworth stood in the pulpit to preach Miss Tre lawney discovered something else in him Ills heat was in what he said and he had the gift of language to say what was in his heart He spoke ex temporaneously his sermon being the first heard there in many years that bad not been written to say nothing of having been purchased by the c mbent from sonic more gifted per son than the preacher Indeed the congregation was carried by storm When the curate after the benedic tion stepped down from the chancel many people advanced to encourage him by appreciative remarks Miss Trelawney waited for him at the church door and they walked to her homo together Was the person who has the living to dispose of in church he asked She was And how was she pleased witlrmy effort Very much Then I presume there need be no further delay to my meeting her None whatever They walked on to the house dined and spent the rest of the day together Wentworth expecting all the while to receive the promised Introduction To this however Miss Trelawney made no reference till he was about to depart on Monday morning when she snld The introduction I promised you 13 not necessary The lady having the living to give heard you preach and had a much better opportunity to judge of your merits than if she had met you you knowing who she was youngIergymenShe has decided to Invite them all to band in a written sermon on Easter Sunday appropriate for that day Ho whose sermon pleases her most will be invited to preach it and will receive the living- WcntworthV face fell I am no writer ho said 1 shall lose the prize Do your best and keep up a good heart I shall do all In my power to turn the scale in your favor dayWentworthmon for his career depended upon his winning the prize But he produced nothing that satisfied him If they would only let me tell them what I feel without tying me down to this miserable pen he exclaimed throw ing it down testily on the table st which he wrote 1 could Impress them Im sure As ILls l am a sure loser and shall go from the burch to the counting room However a few days before Easter Sunday be dispatched his sermon writing at the same time a lugubrious note to Miss Trelawney bewnllln Ills Inability to write instead of speaking what be had to say Miss Trelawney had told him that the candidates must nil be present and he was to stay at the Oaks He arrived late Saturday night and Sunday morning went to the church where he dreaded to meet the other applicants for the vacant living As he was ascending the steps the sexton banded him a note Tear ing it open he saw that he had been chosen and with My hearty thanks to you for this inestimable favor handed tho note to Miss Trelawney A pressure Of the band and a smile was her only response Wentworth expected to find hIs written sermon on the pulpit Not begintowas fullof joy and gratitude and be preached delightfully Then when it was over he joined his benefactor As soon us they reached her home he fcaM And now do please introduce me to the person to whom I am to be ini debt d for being able to follow the career of my choice You do not need an introduction I have arranged itnllfor ynu Yes that 1 know By your in flu ence I have wori Hut feho wDo makes the sift j I would seen an ingrate 1C 1 did not thank liprT She had sauhtcredf d a window He followed her as hasilnv She turned to him and said I owl tIle living wished to test the man to Whom I iliould give it and advertised for one tq flnft coupled UlJ1rrYour Jousek9per I wa rln an adjoining room J saw you a nil rellreil you for yourWgb sense of duty You were detained and the lipusekceper recalled by my order her refusal of you 1 es caped and gave ji signal to Dismiss yell j leading this house at the same moment as you have given you the desencWentworth stood Jqqklng at her In e1Ipokowfrei That estsUh 40Jt scceisful ap awayIU1O and s1stes did IProlvkkdtttt pJ o i IoiiufMs iealt Thee tUri Pi t JichirJ oei 1 gt iOSIlainnaDt I b Wh ilea ntifiiu 1rClda I I- ri Bo c flia Fine Care Fine HairIts fine care that makes fine hair I Use Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula sys tematically conscientiously and you will get results We know it stops falling hair cures elegantdressing bottle New contents IDod not change the color of the Jar formula with each bottle I Show It to doctor OUIAak him tate do u flI Ayers Hair Vigor as nowmade from our new improved formula is the latest most besthaiT itisMadbythJC43rsrCoLoWeILMU- IMrs Maude Mackey Walker Hair Dressing Parlor Bring your combings and have them made into a braid transformation pipces puffs and other hair pieces I can afford to do this Work at a reasonable price with my new macliinery which incurs greater rapidity and less expense Hair dyed braids restored to original color Iliglicst prices paid for combings Office phone 515 homo phone 202 Two doors above Stocktons drug store 420lm Travelers MadisonXational Bunk soils Travel ors checks issued by First Rational Dank of Chicago Good The world over jnolotf For Sale Fifteen male Iuroc shoats weigh about 85 pounds Win Park It P U No 4 Richmond Ky j15 It A IJjv1 AvTonxarLM RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jince over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street iarry M Blanton DENTIST jOece a Jlennt BUIUD anti I1L 1lQNKj5 DrC H Mainhart Graduate Mcffllllpp Veteilnii lIege 01 Veterinary Surgeon Ofllce at J It Azbills Slablo Office Phone 09 lies Phone 332 f Kichmond Ky Dr Robt CBoggs Dentist Telephou lG7 Ofllce in Olilham Building O D JSL CHEN AULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKYjOffice alts grocery Public Sale We the undersigned heirs of J T Henderson deceased will on Saturday June 25 1910 at I oclock p m sell to the highest and best bidder on the premises ul Speed well Ky the following described property UKwit Two houses and lots anti one store house Those houses are all in good repair and have all necessary outbuilding Also1 ono buggy one spring wagon one gentlemans saddle and household and kitchen furniture TrnrsM1 personal property cash Terms on real ostUTo math kttowtidn diyofsile fSQ1 POWELL f FY RAEVRN ltsIs T I1FNDgUSON tuecnr lI DEltsoN Lexington Kentucky H e DOTY SURVEYOR solicits patronage of those needing ser AddrcsIR Emmett Million Successor to JJurgm sDen- nyDENTIST State Dank Trust Company 1Over TKLEPHONE 586 Commissioners Sale E llobinson Guardian PItT vs Annie S Robinson Defendant Under and by virtue of a judgment of the Madison Circuit Court rendered in tho above styled action the Uridcrsignod Master Commissioner of tho Madison Circuit Court will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder in front of the CourtHouse door in Kichmond Ky at 11 oclock a m on Monday July 4i 191i the following described property A Tract of Land rampCreekfollows Beginning at a stake at the in tersection of J W Parks west line now Robinson line with the center of Blue Lick road wcstwardly to a stake in said road pine and white oak marked as pointers by Silas Hill and Iviali Crooke thence witha now lino N 41 AV 181 poles to a white oak marked as a corner also marked K C on J B Bal lard line with said line S to a corner on a clilf thence to said Hills to said inningincludingGolden in 1852 containing acres more or less Said land will bo sold on a credit of six months or the purchaser may pay cash if he desires If sold on six months time the purchaser will be required to execute si salo bond with approved security payable to E A Robinson Guardian with pnr cent interest thereon until paid with a lien retained until all tile purchase money is paid II C RICE M 0 M C C Commissioners Sale Richmond Water Light Co PUff vs M N Driggcrs c Defendants Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of salo rendered at the May term of the Madison Circuit Court the undersigned Master Commissioner will on Saturday July 2 J9 JOi- n front of the Court Ilousb door at 11 oclock a m sell to the highest and best bidder 15 shares of the capital stock of the Richmond Water Light Co Said shares of stock will be sold by the share and tho purchaser will be en titled to ten shares or sc much thereof as ho may desire or a sufficient amount to produce tho sum of 31057 and the cost of this aCtiort Said stock will bo sold on a credit of three months the purchaser being required to execute plyablecent interest from date of sale until paid or the purchaser maypay cash if desired II C Rico M C M OC Commissioners Sale JR Azbill Guardian Plaintiffs Ethel Azbill Defendant Under and by virfuo of a jucJ men and order of sale rendered at the May term of the Madison Circuit Court in undersignedMaster on Saturday July 2 ftQ at 11 oclock a m in front or the Court Tlouso door in Richmond Ky sell to the highest and pest bidder the following described property viz A house and lot in Kingston Madison county Ky and bounded as follows Lying on life waters of Hays Fork of Creek beginning at a stake in Iho edge of the Big Hill pike and to center of llcrea pike thence with tho center of the Berea pile S 31 W 0 poles to u stake N51 W 8 010 poles tonstone hence N 31 20 poles to the edge ofHibeginning containing onehalf acre Said property will be sold on a creditor six months tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security thereon payable to tho Commissioner bering 6 W1r cent interest until paid with lien retained upon said prop erty until all thepurchase money is paid II a RICE M c M a c FOR SALE A hamlsonie bran new r i1cnccon Woodland avenue oire of the most beautiful streets l Rich BOif T Klyviidfoitnins rooms tind hail upstairs alaI il rooulsballifitelJchil pan ryj front and back pot cli a splendid collar yth concrete floor well drained good coat lsbtise iist iIciathj other OtJt btiildingb All Ute ivood vSVkqnintorior of house his fw4lietiijr nturatvcicl andi ins 31cht1nd spmefy papered z I J For phrLienJarsd d1nf Id TbYL4 8DSi 1 EIE lilwELA k 1i j toODLAN- DE1TUCKY VE8 1 1 Ever Watchful A Little Care Will Save Many Richmond Readers Future Trouble AVach the kidney secretion Sec that they have the amber hue of health The not excessive or infrequent Contain no brickdust like sedIment Boana Kidney Pills will do this for you They watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick Mrs B F Walter lull Street thin caster Ky says I never fail to praise Deans Kidney Pills when I have the oppertunity 1 have never been without a supply ol this rtincdy in the house for years and whenever my back becomes lame and painful a lew doses always bring prompt relief For some time I guflered from kidney trouble The kidney 8 cretions were too frequent in passage and from this I knew that my kidnegs were disorder ed At that time it was my good for tune to hear of Doans Kidney Fill and through their use iny kidnnvs were conditionFor 50 cts FosterMilburn Co Buffalo Now SlatesRemembertake no other mlin Mound City Paints may cost a triilo more but Stockton son 24nly You Never Can Tell just exactly the cause of your iheuma tism but you have it Do you know that Ballards Snow Liniment will cure iirehieves 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 2oc 50c and 00 Fod By II L Perrv The wise man carries both life and hasICoal = Coal CoalAll kinds of Coal for the coming change ofseason Why wait until the last Get your coaLnow and be prepared for vhat might come Why not try our Celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal j An order will convince you thai this coal is the best you have ever used SJH Tnor eCo Hay Corn Oats Straw ASPEN AVENUEI Phone J84 Beef Clubs Farmers Butchers ti TOTICE jj I am paying highestcash s for Hides and Tallow Alsof Wool Will treat you right Ringyhone363T M WIDESRICH- MOND KENTUCKY or J = I I things fEat LgJ fGood 7rThat a aU we carry Whether Its a tapleIike zugarOr a fancy table dell It andlnaqnalltYabsotntelyaabte muststandrigidaamlnal1on I Each article manytbecause it has iLuuperiormcrit L Ifor preference gains a place on our r Ito measure up to our high 1 IE1ch of quality i I the recent succetsfut contest representation ia our line ia I ELECTA I COFFEE X A I r a smooth and thinLy blend flf selected highland grown beans the fPmarkets choicest f 5LdThe Elects ofIOWcoo king nndII dryUringprcserves the genuine flavor and improves In Eleota Coffee you aie sure of I 4 I I 1itselfI before Youll like the rousing Savor I esd the elorions aroma tt fTt 1 T1t e andjS Qflj r Telephone 35 r j Ic J rfo Representative of the National ooperatrxe Realty Company j1 A HIGGINS 1258 E Main Street Richmond Kyi I have opened my Real Estate office and will be glad to receive your list of For Sale or Rent Property Gity Prorpertyor Farm Xantls Have arranged to have t well advertised in home papers and NationalBulletin RENTS COLLECTED c You can plow onethird more ground ahd Pttiyourselforhorses with the t JICALSE- Riding Cultivator u THE GENUINEf Walking Brown Cultivato will last anyWalkingCall and let us show you why D B Shackelf ord Co ti Sterling 1 Clothes f ARE THE BEST 4 CLOTHES I1 i BeEch Tailored f Reacly to Wear Guarapteed7D9t to or T 50 years experience the factory gtiarantee in s1titstaUsizes from smallest boy to largest stock9ft PifleineSt Ie Hatsoaui f l Trupksr II et ij atJ WestJrice J h1 class gocKls J o o ti BoLiffj 1 Oh The Solid Comfort in a roomy arm chair See those we have They are simply irresistible in their invitation to sit and rest Mission style if you like it All other kinds as well All kinds of cushions too Suitable for den library or living room as you prefer Have a look and you will have one of these chairs Ii BENIETTdHIGGINS UNDERTAKING t BuyitgYour is risky businessrisky to your pocketbook Its no kilo dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Save money by lotting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone HO The Red Ash Jellico We have trio exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is n little better than you have been gottinpelso where and possiblyless Fall Weigh or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out ind want your goods to bring in they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con luct vour sale His narges are reasonable Ice cream in any quantity at Riccis Mrs C P Wiggins Lexington Ky I gave my fowls Bourbon Poultry Cure when they were sick and it certainly worked wonders Sold by Perrys drugstore LOST On Red House or Union pike Sunday la babys white cloak Return to J A IMcKcnsie Ida May Coal Co Richmond Ky teC Lost Last Sunday between tho Christian church and home in the country a pearl Sunburst broach Diamond in tho cen ter with pearls around Liberal reward for its return to this office Court Day Postponed As Monday is a legal holiday courl day will be Tuesday instead of Monday and Fiscal court will meet Wednesday instead of Tuesday All those having business before the court bear this in mind and be hero Tuesday And dont forget that we need a little vash once in a while so come around and pay us that subscription you owe It May Be Higher So firm is the belief that this years crop will be a short one that a number of growers in the pool who have money to spare have bought tho crops of tin more hardpressed members of the pool in tho reasonable belief that the price ol tobacco will bo higher next winter than it was last winter and that all tho pooled obacco will be sold at most remunera tive prices Of course there is always more or less talk every year about the probability of a short crop but when the growers themselves begin buying up- last years crop it shows thero is some good reason for believingthal this years crop will be a short one Midway Clip per Notice Richmond Ky June 14th 1010 Proposals for Bids to Supply Text Books to All County High Schools in Madison County KentuckyF To Text BoPublishers and School Supply Companies Notice is hereby given that proposals for the supply at contract prices tote hereafter agreed upon of text books for use in the High Schools in and for Madison County Ky will bo received by the Text Boot Commisionof Madison County at tho Office of tho County Superintendent of Schools in and for said County on or bofore Wednesday Juno 29th 2 o clock p m 1910 at which time the contract will be awarded by Lid Commission in accordance with the provision of the County Text Book LawIAct 1910 of tho Kentucky LegIs- lature The said commission reserves the right to reject any and all bids IhV action was taken at regularly calls M tingpf tko MaJteoa Co nty Text I3OdL qo4MIs ion lil1mJttel- tfuondbi Mi County Ky this JUM i4th 1910 John NoJaed CbLra ft Xdisoa Ooty Tit i t Wtl 1fl4 111 4 Around Town Try Riccis ice cream t Smoke Cuban Star5c If you need good machine oilcall 01 Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Richmond Ky From today until Saturday you cm find some wonderful bargains at Mrs J M Barlows Born to Mr and Mrs A M Davison on last Wednesday a daughter Congratula tions are in order Do you want bargains in Readyto wear garments If so dont fail to see Mrs J M Barlow on Main street There will be apicnic at Ridges Ky on the L A railroad July 4th under the auspices of the Soldiers Of The Cross The Blue Grass seed crop was a disap pointmont to Madison county farmers not more than half a crop being harvest ed An examination for white school teachers in the county was held last week and six out of thirteen applicants received certificates The Division Boards of trustees met throughout the county last Saturday and elected the teachers for the public schools for the ensuing year Reports from various parts of the county say that crops weronevcr known to grow so rapidly as during the last few days of hot weather The prospects for crops of all kinds are very good Thcro will bo services Sunday morning and night July 3 at the Second Christian church The pastor Rev E- lI Rainoy will preach on the subject The Soul and its relation to God Rev E P Barnes the new pastor of the Christian church arrived hero with his family last Saturday They have been at the Glyndon iota while wait- Ing the arrival of their goods Wo ex tend to them a hearty welcome The Coburn Players of New York who will be seen hero on July 14 when they present Tho Merchant of Venice and As You Like It on the Normal School Campus is an organization of actors who have had fivo summers of experience together and who have appeared with unvarying success in cities throughout the country During the past summer they played at most of the leading colleges and universities of the East South and Middle West and facul ties and student bodies alike were generous in their appreciation and praise They also gave performances at many of the more prominent country clubs whore they are booked for return en gagements The company is an admir ably and thoroughly balanced one thru out and its appearance here is early anticipated 293t Wanted Furnished Rooms Two or three furnished rooms for light housekeeping- J A McNcill Richmond Ky An Impostor The officers of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society wish to warn the people of this county about a woman who is going over the Slate collecting funds claiming to be a representative of the society They say they have no women collectors and that anyone trying to col lect in their name is an impostor Negro Strike Practically all the negro cooks and farm hands in the Faulconer neighbor hood struck for higher wages last week The farmers in most cases declined to ncrcaso the pay and practically the entire colored population left for Cincin nati Sunday morning on the excursion None returned and the supposition is that they havo left for good Danville Advocate Attention Ladies I have decided to have a special sale of everything in my stock of ladies readytowear goods beginning Wednesday Juno 29 and continuing four days Greatly reduced prices on coats coat suits silk dresses and wash dresses silk waists rain coats etc Largo and elegant stock of automobile coats silks linens etc from 250 to llO Block is all nov well selected elegant and sty fish and this is a rare opportunity to se cure thebest goods at cost prices Come early and get first choice Mrs J M Barlow Ladies rcadytowcar parlor at Yeagers jewelry store Richmond Ky The LawGonstrued Another wrinkle in the hew school law was smoothed out this week at Frankfort A man in Magoflln county was elected as a member of the County Board of Education lie went to Seat tIe and stayed seven months and during his absence another man was chosen in his stead When it came time to choose teachers fee came backandclalmdldl place but the State Superintendent tie cided la favor of the neman lhkdecision Tie says When ncniberrat th County hrdS ofEdttotIoii1eas ihii State fosS more than a lewporary aUy tbsy at JeayelfwrjtenWwdUJ lhnM qukthh Ia= I 1 u n Big StoreIrnprovement SaleGoes On No Let Up On PRICE CUTTIN-GI v t Shoes Bats and Furnishings Absolutely SlaughteredL Ware Forced to Make Room for n J4 Store Improvementsp f Lack of Time and Space Forbids Price Quotations We Can Only Say J to Every Maa SPlil 1 in Reach of Richmond Come and See for Yourself c Come andSffire the Benefits of This Big Sale o i i i COVI and BANKS QUALITYMi EIce Cream chUrChjlat nightlJulyCattle Die J P Vaughn of Anderson county lost four head of cattle last week which died of hydrophobia The cattle were taken with fits similar to those of a rabid dog and when they were able to be on their foot bellowed and fought at everything within their reach The dog that is supposed to have bitten the cattle passed though that section about two weeks ago and was killed at Tyrone A Splendid Olfer You will notice in this issue one of tho best clubbing offers ever made to tho people of this vicinity That great monthly magazine Hamptons which paid 50000 for Perrys Own Story and in which that dolightfu play The Chantecler is now running and the Climax concededly tho biggest and the best country paper in this sec tion both one year 8175 This only applies to now subscribers or to those who wish to pay a year in advance Wo guarantee that any one whotakes advan tago of this offer will not regret it Home Paper Interesting The homo paper is always interesting to you whether you tako it or not says an exchange Some people who do not take the paper borrow it from their neighbors and while this inconvenien ces the neighbors and themselves ill cannot help but make us feel proud that they really care enough for our paper to walk half a mile each week to get it and also save three cents It shows that these people are economical and that when our adyertisers put an ad in our paper they will be sure to read it carefully and take in all tho bargains Must Be Inspected In order to stamp out scabies in sheep tho State Live Stock Snnitary Board organized under an act of the last Legis lature has ordered a quarantine in tho State against sheep with scrabies olfec live September 1 In each county in the State tho County Judge is to appoint a Live Stock Inspector whocs duty it will be to inspect the sheep in that county and see that tho rules and regulations laid down by the State are carried into effect The inspector for the State will coorperato with the inspectors of the National Government St Johns Picnic Tho St Johns League Day exorcises which where held at Round JIm last Friday wero greatly enjoyed by all who were fortunate enough to be present Every Masonic lodge In tho county was represented except Pilot Lodge of Big Hill Deputy Grand Master l It Bur nam made the address which was well received A bountiful dinner was served which went to keep up the reputation of that locality for hospitality lion W- It Shackolford was elected president of the league for tho ensuing jear and Mr J W Hamilton sccretaryiind treasurer It was not decided where the next meet Irig will be held To Hold Institutes Richmond will certainly be wpll rep resented throughout the State this year in the various school institutes for six persons will act as instructors in many of the county institutes Below will be found a list of those who will act in that capacity and where they will be 1rQTJ Coates Mayfield Cynthiana Litchfield Barboursville Livingston Bowling Green Wl1liaMburg and Rich mond PrbfEOMcr owgle Owlngs vllle Grayson Man ch tec Sandy Hook Carlisle Soineraet and DIxop Prok J A Sharoii Hopklnsvilie Prestenburg- Wiliamstewn Betty iUe laJrtsvilM trnxion siMi Wt ittPNt Go I PMi Taken Up GumILick pike on May 18th a red steer weight about 650 lbs Owner canI have same by proving property and ing all charges B B Reynolds Paint Lick Ky U R Accident Sunday while on their way from church at White Hall Sunday Rev Martin and W N Wheeler had a narrow escape from serious injury The horse they were driving became frightened at an auto mobile and both of the occupants of the buggy were thrown out and were con siderably bruised but not seriously hurt The buggy was completely wrecked Reports Flattering Not withstanding the lateness of the season reports from various parts of the State say that the prospects for a good tobacco crop are most flattering The hot days of the past week changed the conditions from ball to good and unless unforeseen conditions arise this years crop will surpass any over grown in the state Prof Coates Honored Another honor has been confer ed upon ProC T J Coates He was elected President of the Kentucky Educational Association at Henderson last week During the meeting at Henderson he was chairman of three of the most im portant committees and otherwise took a most active part in the proceed ings Prof Coates is one of the most prominent educators of the State and these honors are but tim recognition of this fact Ho has been solicited to make the race for State Superintendent and the people of this town and county are hoping that ho will decide to do so Wo need such men in olllcc We Must Stand It None but the initiated know the accuracy required in a printing office Tho averago reader who detects a mis pcllcd word or a letter upside down feels that his mission on earth is not accom plished until ho has called the attention of the overworked editor to the glaring defect Ho docs not notice the thousands and tens of thousands of letters that are in place or the multitude of words correctly spoiled but his eagle eyes is glued on tho one that is out of place So it is with our deeds Man does thousand good deeds and no at tention ispaid to them but if he makes one mistake it is flashed all over the world A lifetime may be spent in building up a reputation that may bo wrecked in a moment Tjic world is a harsh critic exacting to a faultExc- hange Subscription For Fish Some friends of Grover C Fish who is charged with killing S E Welch and whose case has been transferred to Jessamine county for trial came to us and asked if we would open ihe columns of our paperfor the purpose of raising a fund to help defray the heavy expense to which he will be putWo aro Informed that the principal reason he ob- looted to his caso being transferred was because of the heavy expense it would entail such as transportation hotel bills and other necessary expenses of lila wit nesses The fund which we hope to raise through this means will be used to bear the expense of witnesses only and will not go for attorneys fees As this is a matter in which the pofelicls inter ptted weopen owrevtamiw toll who may want to alefie fend the names if desIred and amsHjats will be published from wetikHo week ft dall monks io us and we will glfMtfc fmi ft ever to this proper parties VtiM hM already bee a seiLttlbikJIs M iJwMn IIhw Kentucky Press Holds De lightful Meeting in Mid dlesboro Middlesboro well termed the Magic City of tho Mountains throw wide open her doors to the members of tho Kentucky Press Association which con vened there Juno 20 for a week of busI- ness sightseeing and pleasure From tho moment the first special train ar rived until the last farewell of the very last and reluctant ones to leave there was one continual round of joy and pleasureMiddlesboro was gay in her decorations of red white and blue bunting flags and ropes of the same patriotic colored incandescent lights all but an other evidence of the hearty welcome extended On every hand were the sig nificant inscriptions Glad U Kum and the hospitality and entertainment extended by the good people of the Cum bcrlands surpassed anything in the hIs- tory of the association Words are in sufficient to describe the many delight ful attentions shown the editors and their wives and sweethearts nothing was left undone the big pot was put in tho little one and for five days the hills and valleys of the beautiful Cumber lands rang with the echoes of merriment for tho midsummer meeting of pen pushers was made up of as jolly a crowd of three hundred people as over assom bledThe following is a program of the meeting which combined with tho gen erous wholehearted hospitality of the citizens of Middlesboro Pineville Cumberland Gap and all the surrounding country and enhanced as it was by tho beauty of tho country one can readily understand why this meeting was such a gala occasion Monday evening in formal reception at the Middlesboro Hotel followed by ball Tuesday morning business session at opera house including welcome address by Mayor E S llolburn anti response by Col W B Ualdeman of Louisville Tuesday noon trip to tho mines which was made in a special train under the personal direction of Mr Bob Johnson the clover superintendent of the road The crowd headed by Michaels splen did band from Cincinnati enjoyed lunch at the picturesque and elegant bungalow of Senator Daniel C Swab Tennessee ho being a wealthy mine owner at Hart ranft Tcnn Tuesday evening ladies session con ducted by Miss Louise Babbuge followed by ball at the hotel Wednesday morning business session followed by a trip over the Middlesboro belt line and lunch at the New South Brewery Ico Plant Wednesday evening German which was gracefully led by Mr W V Rich ardspn of Danville and Miss Margaret Mount of Lancaster The favor table was predlded over by Mrs Charles P Cunningham of Middlosboro Mrs liar ry McCartyand Mrs Louis Landram Thursday morning business session and election of the following officers for the ensuing y6ar A D Miller Rich mond Climax President W B Haldo map Louisville Times Vice President Shelton M Saufley Stanford Interior Journal SecretaryTreasurer Edward Shinnick Shelbyville Record Chair man Executive Committee The president of the Association will name there maining our moabers of the Executive Committee at an early date Thurs4ay af teraooa a coach trip was taken to Cumberln Gap and the Pin nacle wkfehulcbwas served Thurs day eve tsoker at the Elks Uom and ball at the hotel Friday wmr emd at hwIlIe aei- surre4hdIg cotiWy iiid4ldlag tripe M1 StTh1CTI1I iJlotmu etc EvorgwtMf a d vt all tlatec the sap Kotpitattljr wis xt Mfod sad Upe8j without tt UM IDkl suer t t will live In th- s tiIessM iatU mrys- halt tdkl4iiAw k fi MI p denIt is a city of 8300inhabitants and is constantly growing The climate of Middlesboro is delight ful and it has well been termed the Switzerland of America Mr Charles P Cunningham who married Miss Anne Riddoll of Irvine was untiring in his efforts to make tho meetinga success The Kentucky Press Association is Indebted to the good people of Middles boro and vicinity for tho most enjoyable meeting in its history The Eighth District Publishers League at Middlesboro Thursday elected the following officers for the ensu ing year J B Stcars Jessamine News President W V Richardson Danville Advocate Vice President B B Cozine Shelbyvillo News SecretaryTreasurer BIRTHS Mr and Mrs Henry Cosby aro receiv ing congratulations over the birth of their first born a daughter last Thursday The young lady has been christen ed Sarah Wagers in honor of her aunt Senator McCreary Will Be A Candidate For Governor The following notice from the Har rodsburg Herald will be read with in terest by the friends of Senator Mc Crcarj While in Now York recently one of the editors of tho Herald had a talk with that soldierstatesman and splendidgen tIeman Senator McCreary Ho was there as one of the Peace Commissoners in attendance on the Peace Conference that was held at the Hotel Astor Ho is an enthusiastic believer in national arbitration and having been a worrior himself he understands fully the signifi cance of what the Peace Conference means to the world Ho says people are becoming too civilized and christ- ianized for warfare too strong mental ly and morally to indulge in useless kill ing of fellow human beings and profit less destruction of property War has a greater significance now than over before because tho mind of man has in vented so many destructive modes of death whose very science makes them terrible in tho extreme Ho referred to the awful loss of life and waste of prop erty and money during tho Japanese Russian War and how after all the bloodshed and destruction the question which they fought over was settled here in tho United States at a Peace Confer ence If it had to end that way why not said Senator McCreary have had the matter arbitrated in the beginning Referring to the Peace Conference held at tho Hague last year he said that a question between the United States and Great Britain tho Bering Sea question was settled then of greater significance to the nations involved then the ques tion that brought on the Revolutionary War Asked if ho intended to run for Governor of Kentucky Senator McCreary said that ho did He says that hereto fore he has asked for public office but that now it has been tendered him him and that already seYoat one ne wspayeri ia the state have declared themselves for him even before a formal declaration of lila iateations had been jaade This ia a flattering and significant thing when one takes into account the papers that are Republican and those that are ladegesdeat la politics and Senator McCreary showW feel nighty proud ol of his showing It proves how he stands with the party and wnaleonlklence they fsel SB hk ability to guide aright the- paM old 0owRtonw aUh which has so fcMT bM proud to YHHHT UM H says f htaJMif whteh cbanMtoffelfe tjr tfcpt hi ham always Ifld w wk for lbfc inUro of UM poswhom he repMMBUMU awl that he is UM oM xaw to pl Pirt om exsbe kaoi wWr tlte ro 7a to b cotttac hMM al1jMM wffl 9f bM Mfltptok fIh r Mr M M Miller Dead Mr Malcolm Miller died at 430 Sun day morning June 20 1910 at his resi dence on West Main Street next to the Baptist Church after a lingering illness of paralysis culminating last week in pneumonia He was stricken with par alysis on Dec 31 last his entire right side being effected Ho was seem upon the street occasionally thereafter and hopes were bright for his recovery at times but his condition gradually declined after months of patient nursing and hoping for tho best Interment Monday afternoon in Richmond Cemetery the exercises being largely attend edMr Miller was about Gl years of age the last of the children of William Malcolm Miller and his wife Jano Patterson the latter of Mercer County Deceased was a man of gentle birth and manners and came of a sturdy stock of pioneers his grandfather John Miller being tho Founder of Richmond haying in 1781 erected tho first house in the city at or near what is now First and Main Street Mr Miller loaves a wife a son and two daughters to whom tho sympathy the community is extended Malcolm Millers eldest brother was tho wellremembered and beloved County Judge Will Miller father of the late lamented Richard White Miller Other brothers were Leslie Miller John Jack C Miller and a sister Jennie Lackey Miller all deceased Their father left them an immense estate in this county but misfortune swept much of it away nearly twenty years ago Tho old homo place near Duncannon Station this county consisting of the old mansion and about 155 acres of find land passes into the hands of tho three children Malcolm Jr Mary and Margaret and their mother who was Miss Lida Lackey of Lincoin county Mack Miller as the deceased was best known by his host of friends was widely and favorably known in this anti in adjoining counties Ills splendid country home was tho scene of the most generous hospitality and his family circle never had a cloud to flit across it until the hand of death and misfortune fell upon it so heavily and frequently Even these trying ordeals seemed never to embitter tho sweet spirit of the deceased who bore a reputation of un sullied honor and integrity through it all However there was one who over clung to him with such rare devotion marvelous cheerfulness and tireless industry that whatever of praise wo may heap upon the lloved one now gone sue the devoted wife must receive the honor that is s justly hers When Christ comes to make up his jewels ho will not pass by her who was cumbered with much serving this companion of Mack Millers bosom who stood by him through all his trials with a face of smiles though her heart was broken and full of tears Scarcely second to her de votlon was that of the daughter Margaret who exhibited in these days of frivolity and forgetfulness of our pat entsa filial devotion that was as beautiful as it is rare Upon this child and upon his wife the dying father and husband turned his last look with a countenance illumined by a smile ere deaths mysterious dew had settled upon his brow or his lips had colored with the fatal purple The other daughter was tern porarily away fwwa home and the son was in North Carolina when the end came just at sunrise Sunday morning Math a cloudless ilK suffering skyIYet lived hea And pawfoa tM away IB s4atiithike repose I irtwa the sun la all htt state iLbeeaR4eIL His sonlftwl througk hev- And w8 ing dVt1The following latrsid f rad wtty ttluabfe Uftorlc data nnannnNgi esRcmTyofMcM JL Mill r jtouM be eg xiibeid slAes qtahs4 as I who Was Ihs MOt Jji MtiMMtt f ajU r situated just south of the big Tribble shaft in our Cemetery bears tho following John Miller greatgrandfather of M M Miller was born in Albemarlo Co Va Jan 1750 He married Jane Delaney of Albemarle Mch 28 1774 Ho was a Captain in tho Continental Army and was with Washington at the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown Oct 19 1701 John Miller emigrated with hisfamily to Ky fall of 1781 and settled in the cane near what is now called Main Street Richmond Ky lot and built tho first house over erected in tho place Ho was one of the first three delegates from Madison County to the Va Legislature also was one of tho first Representative s from this county to tho Legislature of Ky Ho died Sept St 1808 Jane Delaney wife of John Miller was born Jan 1 1751 died lIch 13 IS H ago 03 years 2mo 12 daysS How long is it since wo had a really firstclass Shakespcaso play in Rich mend Wouldnt you like to see it become a regular thing The success of the presentation of two of Shakespeares favorite works by tho Coburn Players on July 11 would go far to justify tho Nor mal School in securing a similar produc tion every summer Aged Citizen Dead William Willis familliarly known as Squire Willis died last Thursday at tho advanced age of St For many years ho was one of tho most influential citizens of the county being closely identified with its early history Ho was a man of a high sense of honor and of a noble Christian character Ho stood for tho right at all times and was always ready to lend a helping hand whenover possi ble to those in distress lie was a mem ber of tho Pond Christain church and was a leader in this affairs of that church for moro than half a century Ho is sur vived by four children Mrs S W Do jarnall and Luther Willis of this county Dr Thos Willis of Louisville and Miss Emma Willis of Indianpolis Ho was a brother of Amos Willis and Mrs March of this city Dr Itobt Willis of Lexington and J B Willis of Crab Orchard The funeral services wore conducted by Rev E C McDougle after which tho remains were laid to rest by the side of his wife in Rich monds beautiful city of tho dead of is beyond question Perrys cold sparkling soda in any flavor that your taste demands PANOLA Mrs Wm Chrisman and Miss Nova Chrisman of Berea visited Mr and Mrs A D Cox last week Miss Sallie Broaddus visited friends at Duncannon last week Miss Lillie Chrisman was in Richmond last Thursday shopping Childrens Day exercises will be held at the Thomas school house the 5th Sun day in July Mr James Wills has sold his residence to Elden Baker and will leave soon for tho West M A Logsdon and Irvine Owens havo bought a grit mill and will be ready in a few days to do custom grinding Born to Mr and Mrs John Evans on tho 10th a son chrisncned George Miss Bertha Braughton will begin teach ing here July Tho patrons of tho school are glad to havo her with us again Mrs Durham of Richmond visited her sister Mrs Sherman Collins last week The Fair Never in the history of the county were such efforts made to make a fair successful as are being made by the olllccrs of tho fair this year They havo spared neither time nor money in arranging a program that should appaal to every one Tho premiums offered aro liberal and would do credit to a much larger organization There aro things for the children Things for tho women and things fortho men Among other rings that will be shown the first day will be the Delivery Outfit This is a good opportunity for the local mer chants to get some splendid advertise ments and at the same timewinaliberal crowdedIwhen Judge ORcar and lIon A O Stanley will speak and several 100 premiums The catalogue whichwas gotten out by this olllcc is ready for distribution Get one and be ready with your show stuff and keep as much of the premium money at home as possible All tho usual carnival attractions will be on hand and the children will be well entertained Anti last but not least comes the music Tho best band in the State will bo on hand to lend pleas ure to the occasion Dont forget the dates July 20 21 22 and 23 The Drink for the 4th I July invigorating thirstkilling Our claim that is the most delightful the most healthful and the most superior bever agewmade IS based an s as we know the care skill and facilities required to produce sucha drink ofsurpassing excellence Ir4 LJ1i F1h RCdBy c y LHONE 7 MAIN SrflZETt t c = SornethingNew I1TMYLineorYou I have deprearations by putting in the necessary equipment to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimming- I have made this addition believing our many customers would appreci ato our efforts to take care of all needed repairs for vehicles Bring your carriage buggy or wagon and have it repaired painted and trimmed and made good as now If you need now Rubber Tires on your old vehicle a perfect job is guaranteed at this shop All 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 SEEDSfrom us We have every variety of the 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 PARKE ICASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREETI All the Ne- wCreationsIn fine Dry Goods Notions etc are now on display at my store We have given deep thought and much time to the selection of these goods and are proud of our assortments We Please You in Style and Price In euery sale we guarantee perfect satisfaction In every particular We are very anxious for you to see these goods and extend a cordial invitation to come to our store and let us prove our assertion that we have the very latest and most attractive goods brought to this section of the state N V WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc HERSCHEDE GIFT BOOK IT BirthdayBook makes the choice a real pleasure It displays the most elaborate JewelrySterling ThoCiftHerschede Hall Clocks t I mOUIWhittinatoDCatalog on request thOa1who SILVERSMITHS JEWELERS GOLDSMITHS The FrankHerschede Co Hericheie Bldg Fourth St Eat CINCINNATI OHIO Have Fifty Bran New Silk Dresses 0justin From 750 to 3000 t in Taffeta Foulards and Tussa f and Rajah They were sent here to sell at the price Come jumping a Lots of Good Things HerE 11 JB Walker Fitting by Mrsf Moore the fyest i 3 ja4 m thm t L lP f Ie 0 The most invitingpIacein Richmond during the warm weather is r lZCttjtice Ureim PARLOR Candies Fruits and Vegetablqsfresh from TI the best markets ily f Meals served any hour day or night yards prices Theres stocked priced especialiyin Lumber and Building Material lIIIIIIJJIIIIIIIIIUllllllfjlllllllllllllllllllllll Ifl in convince you ours is yardyour perplexities and your wants be satisfactorily filled an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425Near L k DepotI ItOfall the good things to eat that are made and sold under tho Beech J Nut Brand probably Peanut Butteri- s the most popular Itmade of the finest blond of Spanish and Virginia Ifpeanuts roasted and ground into n I fine smooth butter dc and healthful It Better Order a J Trial Jar of Pea l nut Butter SEWELL McKINNEY X B Turpin T S General in Columns Steel and Galvanized IrOn Roofing Cornice Tin Shingles Steel Ceilings and all Kind Building Materials D r CaUtiODIlJ Note Be sure you get this that the New Perfection Dont get the idea youi mind that all sell the roods at the same ohvays one yard that leads is bettcr anti closer than all others und let us that will end As licious A SccyTrcas Todd Manager Dealers Porch Turpin Todd Contractors and Builders Office and Yards SouthB Street near Main Will Furnish rlan ana E Umah rr of t Prompt Attention to All york Nothing Too Largo or Too Small for Us to Did On Both at and Abroad You Can Have a Model Kitchen as cool and white as a dairy No smell no smoke no heat no dust r No oldfashioned contrivances T- heNe Per etiortWJOK iI Oil Cookstove mostelaboratesecondExtinguished etovesee nameplate read To into tnat Homo Ifeaturenotheatno smoke no coal to bring in no ashes to carry out It does away with thedrudgery 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 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet yoursWritenzencjr ofthe Standard Oil Company Incor- poraicttMOThERS SeeBaby Window I Tills WEEK TheScilei Stud iu McGaughey Mofcerle ARE 1yo U DoorsItoddEdwards Lvmbeeo f ti d c J 1 j t 1 0 j nail f CUMNWG EY Th Trick by Which He Tnedlit SlsRat Antagonist OKO a sawmill In a wcstera teu was Infested with rats which l elH unmolested became very Husaerdua and bold and played round the mill among the men while they worked dar ing tho day But one day there ap peared on the scene a weasel which immediately declared war on the ro dents One by one tho rats fell victims to tile weasels superior strength until only one very large pugnacious rat was left of tho once nuirons colony Tho weasel had agoat the big rat several times but on each occasion the rodent proved more than a match for his slender antagonist and ctiascd The weasel to abiding place Shortly thereafter the weasel was seen busily digging under a lumber pile near the milL Ho was engaged for some time but later appeared again In the mill seeking bis old ene my lie soon fount him and nt ono renewed hostilities As usual after a lively tussle the rat got the better of the argument and the weasel ran pursued closely by the rat straight tpthe hole under the lumber pile lie ran In still followed by tho rat but Immediately reappeared round the end of the pile and again dodged Into the hole behind the rut Neither was seen again for some time but the weasel finally reappeared Ipoklng o worse for the fight TI 6curiosity of the men In the mill being aroused they proceeded to in vestigate the hole under the lumber pile They found that the weasel had dug tho hole sufficiently large at the opening fo admit the rat but had gradually tapered It as he proceeded until at the other end It barely allowed his own slender body to pass When the rat chased him Into the largo end of this underground tunnel he quickly slipped through anti while the rat was trying to squeeze Ills large body Into the smaller part of the hole the weasel dodged In behind him caught him In the rear and In a place where he could not turn round nnd fin- Ished him at his leisure Harpers Weekly POISON IN FLOWERS Dainty and Beautiful Blossoms In Which Lurks Death When the good friar In Romeo and Juliet reflected upon the properties of the simple flower within whose Infant rind poison hath residence and medicine power his observation em braced a goodly category of well known flowers whose secretions fur nish the world with so many poisons For Instance the laburnum which has been compared to a fountain of gold leaping Into the suna most charming sight Is one of tho most poisonous things imaginable inasmuch as It Is poison In leaf and flower and seed Even the grass growing beneath It Is poisonous by reason of Its proximity to tho innocent looking blossoms overhead nnd It has been found necessary to guard against cattle eat- Ing this grass for fear of fatal results The bulbs of such dainty and beau tiful lowers as the narcissus hyacinth jonquil and snowdrop secrete tho most deadly poisons not to speak of the oxalis the monkshood and the foxglove nil of which furnish noxious liquors sufficient to destroy life To these may be added certain of the crocuses the lovely ladys slipper the quaint old JackInthepulplt and the laughing little buttercup The latter despite its most innocent appear alice Is one of the worst of tho poisonous flowers Even the cow Is aware of that and carefully avoids It The cousins of the buttercups the peo tiles the larkspurs anti the rest all contain toxic fluids Another source of deadly poison Is the oleander tree while the bark of the superb catalpa tree contains many deadly doses Plttsburg Dispatch An Unfamiliar Alias There may be nothing in a name but the American traveler of whom the Living Church tells found at least confusion therein lie bad landed at Liverpool and hastened out of the city to a rural village wlicro be found a charmingly old fashioned Inn which delighted his soul It was late when ho arrived and when he asked what he could liave for supper the buxom landlady suggested minced collops lie agreed with enthusiasm the dish sounded so romantic so Robin Hoodsy so almost mediaeval And what do you suppose they brought him Just plain hash Bread In Sweden In Sweden the bread of the people Is for the most part hard thin as a dinner plate and about the size of one It Is baked without yeast and the water Is practically all extracted In the proc ess of baking hence relatively per pound of bread its cost is much high K than In the common forms of bread is we know them containing onehalf their weight in water that has cost nothing Loaf bread and rolls in Swe den are a luxury Makirg Time Profitable See here cried the busy merchant dont you know my time is valua bloT Well replied thebook agent Im sure it might be valuable to me If youll glvo me five minutes of it 1 be tbesaJbooksCatbollc Finding Issue Woe got lo buy a If wet jSumjues to offer the peopoSL Lquls jtar y 1AT WEEK of GHlAT LOOM END SALE Di- OLDHAM co According to weather re ports Friday was the coldest June 3 on record The high est temperature during the day was 59 degrees the low est was 1G degrees and the average was 2 degrees which was 18 degrees below normal It was an unusual sight so late in the season to see overcoats worn and chimneys sending out smoke as in winter The cool season is making the gardens and crops growthIGott Brothers desire to purchase your wool and will pay best prices for same 420tf Utah is the only State in the Union where a criminal con demned for murder may choose to be shot or hanged Eleven executions have taken place in Utah since it was ad mitted as a Territory in 1850 and with one exception all were by shooting the condemned men on being given their choice naturally prefer Ing shootiong lo hanging Thestrawbcrry crop which is now nearly marketed has brought a quarter of a million dollars into Pulaski coun ty Ill this season accord ing to statics just compiled Mostof the berries went to Chicago The berriesbrought from 150 to 250 on the truck and trom the profits some of the growers are buy ing automobiles How often do you t41eat this food A short time ago there appeared in the columns of one of the prominent magazines an article on building brain and muscle by the proper selection of the foods you oat list of foods recommended but if the article had appeared in an English or Scotch paper every reader would have expected to see first place given to good oatmeal As a matter of fact Great Britian and Europe come to us for tremendous quantities of Quaker Oats because it liness anti purity of qll oatmeals ages and in hermetically sealed hot 55 The Est in Jewel ydom Invites You to This Store Wo gathered from everywhere good and well To laj we are asking your opinion ot our stock astfwliolo Wo ask for criticismsrequest your critical looking And when you have seen apt bought wo are Sure y6u will carryaway an iirprcrsion that will bo suroto bring you back Its your prlvilego to buyor look just asyoii please and if you only 10 Jyoutrovqlcomef LELANEBig Watch Sig1i21OMain Street Ready ford Business W have receive our fresh new stock of ta pie anE Fancy Groceries alsohavedlirstciass grqcQry Call Hd curgeeda t and we re confident you will give ua Miar of yDh buim I LacK v WI surprisedtQ beingthe serredby fG 1Ij 1t 111j r JI iLI d tjJ1ifdr1 1L t 2ul1dinJ4siLIt1 Skin Diseases Read Gwed by a Simple Home Rem edy If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp would like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr Perry the dr 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 some remarkable cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your owrf case and bo cured in your own home without an inconvcnr icnco or loss of time from business by this clean simplo preparation tf I Bring us your wool and get best prices j market will afford COlT Bros 420tf Bring your wool to Elmer Dcatherago J and get the highest market price in cash 4 20If Slops earache in two mltiulesi tooth ache or pain of burn or in five minutes hoarseness one liour muscle ache two hours soar throat twelve hours Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil monarch over pain Dan II Breck life fire and accident insurance tf Notice to Creditors All pionshaving claims against the estate of G A Smith deceased must tile same with me verified as required by law on or before August 18 1910 or same will bo barred W D Smith j15 4t Administrator Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouthrock eggs for sale at 75 cents a setting W O Burke 393m R D 2 Richmond A Vital Point The most delicate part of a baby is its bowels Everv ailment that it suf less with attacks the bowels also en dangering in most cases the life of the infant McGees Baby Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysentery and all derange menlo of the stomach or bowels Sold By II L Perry Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS TT HICKS tf Richmond Ky Most disfiguring skin errnptions scrofula pimples rashes etc are due to impure blood Burdock Blood Bitters is a cleansing Mood tonic Makes you cleareyed clearbrained clear skinned Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity wont cure them Deans Ointment cures itching bleeding or protruding piles after years of suffering At any drug stor- eNotice to Creditors Noah Bolins Admr Plaintiff YS NOTICE Noah Bolins hrs and crdtrs Dcfdts All persons having claims against tho estate of Noah Bolin are hereby notified lo present same to me properly verified on or before July 1st 1010 or same will be barred Given under my hand this May 14 1910 IL 0 RICE M C M C C Wool Dcathcrago want your wool and will pay the very highest market price forsamo See him before selling 20t How to Cure Eczema Pimpies 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 Wo aro pleased to state that we shall continue the agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for oxtennal use Zomo effects its cures by drawing to tho surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leav ing the skin clear and healthy It does not soil tho clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases explaining in simplo words how any person can be cured at homo of any form of skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy tf Perrys Drug Store = n i J30 13O Latkey Colyer Telephone 98 JsWe will on Oct 1st 1 9 10 give away Leathertrimmed RubberJirebuyvaJued at100SAlso a handsome set of Harness with and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 This is no humbugIt is a fair deaLand legitimate it clearly establishes our appreciation of yoiir trade We will give to each and every purchaser ticket for very 10 wortn of tradewith us Each ticket will represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in our line of a liberal discount below t customary prices This offer will save you money when jou call in and make Oi1r money before you go out See our circulars for full expla nation plenty of them at our office Read Carefully the Articles Below liv Ilorso collars Post Buggies and all medium Buggies t Back Bands Break Carts Farm BrhlalsLoad Wagons arid Surreys Hiding tieritjie bestl on quick and Break Drive IarnessreasonabloSurrey Harness First class Horse Sltoeingttlie bet Buggy Pads btcBuggy trimmer High Class Painting your Binders and mowers quickly Iloughton Buggies t paired Columbus Buirgicsv Manyor Buggies Blacksmiihing complotcvany job rqtR L A Buggies f wood neatly repaired and also liaYo Kau man Buggfgs finest mechanics Sendinyow Vehicle for Painting and Repairs i Early Lackey Colyer JBallard s Snow Liniment Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Old Sores Wounds Sprains Bruise etc Give it a Trial and be Convinced Three Sizes Price 25 50c and 100 BALLARD SNOW LiNIMENT O f JAMES F BALURC Proprietor ST LOUIS MISSOURIJSold and Rocommonctoci i3y U H L PERRY t J We Call Your Attention to the I Celebrated Hoosier Corn Planter 1 L The Genuine Brown and 1 NNv Weste- rnCULTIVATORS br Double Shovel and Drag Harrows theivery best goods and in a class almost to themselves t Come and see us before making purchase T it will be to your interest f Taylor OldhamDealers in fPhonet L DOLLARSGiven to Our Customers FEEHow It Will Be Done numberofWith Each Cash Purchase of 100 we give you a card on which a time of day is stamped Bring the cards toour personsholdingclosingwith THE ROYALt FINE CLOTHING FINE SHOES HATS AND FURNISHINCS i Exclusive Agency of The SilKidJShoes for Ladles 0 j iCorRrCHfOND lENTUK i UJ I14N i8 edl oUt Us eritbel l 1 Ywe irOVl1not 8 ofadverti iJlg JItiISre ijsand itj8 a In terf ilOO N c vjJl m u r 1ve tr ns iInIA