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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, July 6, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 ric1910070601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, July 6, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f c t H 7 P t FIiI3 RIt I11lONilJ CLIMAX Section 1- 37th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 6 1910 NUMBER 5 Madison County Court of Claims i The following is a true list of nil ap allowedI1909towttAppropriation dirt road 48 50 00 00AppropriationAppropriation J4 mile of plko 312 50 75Appropriation eoAppropriation 50AppropriationSociety 200 00 Appropriation employ clerk for 00Appoprlatlonr 00Appropriation r 24000AxbillAlexander Lon dirt road work 27 00 Alexander Wolf dirt road work 10 00 Alexander Lon dirt road work 21 00 25AlexanderAlexander Will dirt road work 11 25 Aldridgc Dan dirt road work 50 Arbuckle James lumber acct 3 00 Arnold W L supervisor 1010 22 50 Arnold W L supervisor ex tra da 18 00 Adams Joe elec offlc 4 00 Asher W M elcc offlc 4 00 Asher It T dec ofllc 2 00 Anderson Jas A dirt road work 300 Broaddus Ed pike work 1 50 Boone Lumber Company lumber acct 114 74 Brown Thomas pike work 00 Burke W 0 pike work 0 00 Blanton L R material Co Infy g3 10 Blanton L R material Co Infy 2584 Blanton L It cement 7 88 Blanton L R cement 7 16 Blanton L It cement 14 70 Blanton Ed Co lumber aect 1418 Blanton Ed Co lumber acct 1296 Blanton Ed Co lumber acct G5 47 36ra1 00fcinscJokshlre E pike work 15 80 llarnes D dirt road work 16 00 Barnes E B dirt road work 8 75 Barnes E B dirt road work 8 25 Bennett Higgins mer acct 29 SO Bennett HIggins mer acct 150 75 Bennett Higgins mer acct 186 75 Buckley W D Co mer acct 83 30 Buckley W D Co mer acct 13 20 Bradley Gilbert Co books 25 50 Bradley Gilbert Co books 8 75 Best S A pke work 2 00 Broughton Ellis plko work 4 75 Broighton Ellis pike work 11 00 Eoen Za pike work 4 00 Burnsldc Robinson pike work 3C 25 Burnside Robinson coal 59 10 Brockman Edgar pike work 37 10 Baker C G pike work 125 40 Baker C G pike work 50 00 Broaddus Hence hauling tile 2 50 Broaddus Hence post f or road 200 Ecntley F P pike work 7 00 Barnes Mrs E B boarding hands 15 00 Breck Smith Insurance court house 337 50 Breck Smith Insurance court house 112 50 Bowlln Richard dirt road work 10 00 Boone Lumber Company lum ber acct 35 48 Burton Richard pike work 176 75 Burton Richard pike work 31 50 Bodkins D S pike work 97 80 Bodkins D S pike work 100 65 Dratcher Terrill pike work 25 00 Black Alex services as Justice 42 00 Black Alex services court work 96 00 Broughton M 1r services as- S Justice 39 00 Brouhton M M services court work 54 00 Bowlin Thomas labor court house 35 00 l Bowlln Thomas labor courthouse 35 00f Bonds R R refunding inst 4480 00 exf20 00 Bonds R R refunding sinking fund 500 00 Bonds R R refunding sinking Indctelnd 1000 00 Fonda Turnpike inst 2550 00 Eonds Turnpike exchange 20 00 0Iond0BennettBroaddus p Elc Com 20 5Brooksoxtrttda i 0 W Brooke J 0 eec offl 2 Burnam A IL Jr elec officer 2 Buckley WO reg offi 2 Buckley W D dec oflL 4 Ballard Ed reg offl 2 OCBybeeBennett W Ncale elcc ofll 2 Black D P eloc olll 2 Dole C A elcc offl 4 Benton Pleas elcc aOl 2 Bonny N C doe olll 4 M Bybeo M T dec offi 2 00 Broaddun J B dee offl 2 00 Bales John W eloc ouIl200Eo-ggs J S dec offl 2 00 Blakcnian Clay dec 01112 00 Baker George allowance 25 00 Baker Ezekiel dirt road claim 1 40 Juslice 18 00 Coats Newt plke work 90 SO Guard for jail prisoners ap propriation 00 Cornelison J T plko work 7 50 Cornellscn J T pike work 68 42 CIIrnnllum J T pike work 1 50 Cornelison J T pike work 29 75 Corneliaon J T pike work 5375 CornellBoi J T pike work 1 50 Cornel oD J T pike work 11 00 Curtis Snyder livery acct 13 50 Curtis Snyder livery acct 15 50 Crooke B F runeying 6 00 Calahan Dan dirt road work 3 00 Calahan Dan dirt road work 1 50 Calahan Jim dirt road work 1 25 Calahan Dan dirt load work 10 50 Christian sid dirt road work 0 00 ChriEtian Sid dirt road work 1 25 CasteSl Durrott dirt road work 75 OP Climax Ptg Co printing acct 73 50 Climax Pig Co printing hal lots 1909 330 00 Clroax Ptg Co ptg acct 8 00 Covlnglon K Banks mer acct 15 45 Chancy Jas pike work 150 Coffey J L pike work 161 82 Coffey J L pike work 7 50 Collins Jno pike work 5 00 Collins Jno pike work 2 00 Cox Ben pike work 1 00 Cobb Parrish livery acct 30 00 Chenault T D surveying 5 00 Chappel H c land taken for road 150 Church Jas rock 46 50 Coy Collins services as justice 36 00 Coy Collins services court work 27 Off Cobb Jesse fee bill 1392 10 County Jftdge salary 1910 1250 00 County Judge contingent fund 1200 00 County Attorney salary 1910 1000 00 County Attorney office rent 125 00 County School Superintendent salary 1910 1250 00 County School Superintendent pauper book fund 100 00 County Infirmary liccelvera saary 1910 7500 County Infirmary fund 1910 1150 00 Clark G C dec offi 200 Carson Ed elec offi 400 Clark F J elec oil 4 00 Crawford G H elec offl 2 00 Campbell J Sam elcc om 2 00 Curtis T J elec oil 2 00 Cornelison Ed elec ofll 4 00 Coffey Isaac elec offl 2 00 Cobb J Tevls Comr S Fund salary 1910 250 00 CourierJournal Job PIg Co two Ky Stat 20 40 Coy N B Comr T P 1906 6 00 Crouchcr Mrs Thou allow ance 20 00 Dooley Mike pike work 5 25 Dooley Mike piko work 11 40 Dooley Mike pike work 500 DearlnRcr Jake pike work 7 50 Dunn Jno H pike work 2 85 Davis T II lumber 8 00 Davis T H lumber 16 00 Dearinger J c pike work J5 00 Davis John pike work 3 00 Davis John pike work 1 50 Davis John pike work 2 60 Day Tom dirt road work 3 10 Daniels A C bridge work 2 00 Dougas Owen pike work 13 00 Douglas Owen pike work 19 00 Douglas Owen guarding pris 33 50 Douglas Owerr guarding pris 50 00 Douglas Owen guarding pris 50 00 Duncan B K livery acct C 00 Dykes J D services county judge 99 00 Dykes J D court work 174 90 Dykes J D Inquest 6 00 Dykes J D court work 6 00 Dykes J D services justice 42 00 Dykes J D court work 3 00 Dykes J D services justice 21 00 Dykes J D court work 71 25 Dykes J D two inquests 12 00 Dunbar W P elec offl 2 00 Davis L A elec offl 2 00 Dozier Bert dec offl 2 00 Daugherty C B elee offl 2 00 Douglas Simmons mer acct 87 50 Douglas Simmons 8 Deather mer noeL 7 30- Evins William repairing cul Dozicr Horace dirt road work 1 50 Eades J T 1 mule 150 Go SO 00VeTta English Geo plumbing acct 87 45 Eades Roger pike work 1800 Estes S E pike work 5 00 o Estes S E pike work 40 00 Estes S L pike work 3760- o Evans Chas pike work 27G SO 0 Edwards T B brick work I county Infirmary 850 English Geo pike work S 00 i Evans Pleasant services as Justice 4200 Evans Pleasant court work 45 00 East Tenrr Tel Co message 60 00 Evans J M dec offl 2 00 Evans Jag bal Brassfleld and Panoa plko475 j3 Evans LP keeping country treasurers books 200 00- Estcs Green piko work 6000 Fowler and Esles pike work 33 00- Fowlor and Estes plko work 48 17 Fowler and Estes pike work 8 00 Fowler and Betes plko work 3 00 Fowler and Estes plko work 56 72 Fowled and Estes pike work 2 liO Fowler and Estes pike work S 00 Fowler and Estes pike work 51 00 Fowler and Este pike work 24 20 Powler and Estes plko work 98 20 Fowkr and Estes pike work 27 00 Fowler and Estes pike work 77 00 Fowler and Estes pike work 174 85 Fowler and Estes pike work 20 00 Fowler and Estes pike work 4 50 Fowlor and Estes pike work 17 00 Fowler and Estca pike work 58 50 Fowler and Estcs pike Work 55 00 Fowler and Estes pike work 155 48 FowKr end Etes pike work 66 SO oFwer and Estcs pike work 39 10 Fowler and Bates pike work 53 20 Fowler and Estes pike work 47 75 FoEier V B brick work 70 00 foster V B brick work 29 00 FJsh and Ballard pike work 40 00 risk and Ballard plko work 30 00 FIMi and Balard pike work 160 00 Ish and Ballard pike work 22 00 Fish and Ballard pike work 25 00 tester Ira comn acct 10 40 Fletcher W C pike work 182 20IFVtcher W C pUce work 225 Fletcher W C pike work 15 00 Fletcher Wl C pike work 85 00 victchor W C pike work 90 virtcher W C pike work S 25I Fish E T pike work 12 Fish H T dirt road work 4 Wetter Gee G Ress books 10 50 Fetter Gee G books county clerk office 45 11 Fetter Geo G books county judge 18 00 Farrla Edna land taken for roid 25 00 seocl county mules 150 00 Fitzpatrick W C services Supr 22 50 Fitzpatrick W CJ extra days 9 00 G cenleaf J E pike work 95 olden Wm pike work 15 00 Gcodloe Curti mer acct ICii 24 Gcodloe Curtis mer acct 17 40 Green Martin dirt road work 22 fO alloway W T pike work 173 15 Jnloway W T pike work 11 75 Oilmore J P pike work 5 00 Golden Flora movlnc statuo 60 00 GiigRS A M plko work 9 00 GrlKRB Win pike work 9 00 Guynn Call pike work SO 00 GrlRKS Jno L supervising bridge 7 50 Gricgs Jno L eervloes as Jus tice S9 00 Grlfrgs John L court work 48 00 Golden B F req offl 2 00 Golden B F elec offl 2 00 Gentry Martin reg offl 2 00 Gentry Martin dec offl 2 00 Glosslp T Co dec offl 4 00 Qabbard W R elec offl 2 00 Graves Edgar allowance 50 00 Goodloe G W mer acct 1 60 Green Harvey dirt road work 1 20 Green Colby dirt road work 1 20 Hill James pike work 800 Hill Tames pike woik 7 MJ11 7 James pike work 8 40 Hill James plko work 3 00 Hill James pike work 11 12 Hill James pike work 6 10 Hill James pike work 474 Howard John pike work 1 20 Haden J M 1 mule 175 00 Hudson Ike pike work 1 50 Hudson R S or pike work 13 00 Hill Joe road work 500 Hathaway J S Coffln acct 20 00 Hensley Henry nike work 17 00 Hudson Bros pike work 110 10 Hobbs James pike work 3 00 Hisle John pike work 20 50 Hagan T S tnt on note 53 47 Hagan Mrs Jennie pike work 2 EO Hill William pike work 85 00 Howard Mitchell support of child 100 00 Hunley W S clerk election Commissioners 10 00 Hunley W 8 typewriting certificates h 1080 Hunloy W S services as su pervisor 22 50 Hunley W S extra days 24 00 Hunloy W S sheriff settle mont etc 75 00 Howard N B services as su pervisor 22 50 Howard N B services extra days 900 Hendren J M elec offl 4 00 Hord J W elec om 4 00 Hudson U D elec offl 4 00 Hendren W Melec offl 2 00 Ham J A elec oil 400 Hendren J C dee offl 2 00 Hamilton Bros raor acct 98 40 physicianI 60 00 Alexander Lon Dist roadwork 1 25 TheBusU1Bee1CvshtQrCDry r Mattings 1Gl AV lie flliSAi aal MPAN 0 as 21 00 Jacob court work T J as 21 00 J N dec offl 4 00 Jones John pike work 12 50 Jones W A 3 00 James John dirt road work 1 25 James Chas dirt road work 3 00 James Chas dirt road work 4 50 James Chas dirt road work 7 50 dirt road work 200 AzbllJ J R dirt road work 46 37 W B ers W B cis 4C1 50 W B jail 475 O R work 5 00 pike work 10 DO J R C H yard 250 00 Jones J H for Fork road 10 00 Jones J IL as Jus tice 42 00 Jones J H court work 84 00 Jones John labor court house 25 00 Jones John labor court house 25 00 Wm dec offl 2 00 W E dec offl 4 00 W A dec ofll 2 09 John elec om 4 00 J E elec offl 2 00 Jett elec offi 2 00 Jones S A D elec offl 4 00 Jones S A D elec tion booth 1 08 Jones T J dec offi 4 00 Jones N B 417 50 Jones Green labor court house 60 00 James pike work 1 80 pike work 20 00 pike work 3 00 pike work 35 00 pike work 25 00 pike work 45 75 James pike work 71 20 pike work l 00 pike work 10 00 Dr pike work 2 00 25 00 3 50 Kelly pike work 101 75 Reese pike work 10 88 J H elec offl 2 00 J H reg offi 2 00 C L dec oil 4 00 KIdd 300 L N It R 24 00 L N It R 24 00 L N R R 36 00 L N R R 3G 00 L N R R 24 00 L N R R 8 00 L N R R 24 00 L N R It 24 00 U A n R 32 00 L A R IL 8 00 L A R R 2 50 L A R it 24 00 W C pike work 200 Lewis W C pike work 35 70 Lewis W C pike work 1 50 Co toilet paper 9 00 ac nnnnt 9 65 Lisle land for road Lisle road Lisle Fuller road work 1 25 Lisle road work 1 25 Lisle Dock road work 3 75 Lisle road work 2 50 Lisle JJph road work 1 25 Lisle John road work 2 50 John pike work C9 55 John rPo work 184 40 John plo work 5 00 John pike work 10 00 Lisle road work 3 00 lisle road work 1 50 Lisle road work 1 50 Lisle work 7 50 Lisle road work 7 60 Lisle road work 5 00 Lakes Robt acct 3 27 Jno to land 5 00 C C pike work 7 50 corn 21 20 Lewis B H elec offlc 2 00 E T eke offlc 4 00 Land 25 00 Lane L E to clock 40 00 Lang Joe T as 2100 Lang Jno T on books 75 Lakes Jno 580 pike work 1 80 Moore J W pike work 364 66 Moore J WT lke work 28 75 Moore J W for 5 00 Moore J Wn V 10 00 J W pike work 750 Jno P Co Ing acct 11 00 Jno P Co print Ins acct i 0 6 20 Jnc print ing acct 500 Jno P Co acct 2450 Jno Pj Sr Co book 5 00 Jno P Co 32 50 Jno P Ce index deeds 41tit work rley T acct 22 SO pike r S k 4 work S Th Gea p4ke 5 W to feml J1t M- Mster J i o B B U M JL A 0 r rilo l 1i n 11111 111 i 4 A Happy fimiily Happy Because F lU MAN A NO HIGGINS Furnished our Home from Kitchen to Parlor On Easy Payments Furniture Carpets Stoves The Wick Blue Flame Oil Stove works to perfection The bak ing is perfect with the new Boss Oven and is in every way en tirely satisfactory Hackett Joshua services Justice Hackett Hazlewood services Justice Hendren medical services Jackson Herman Johnson dieting prison 80320 Johnson dieting prison Johnson disinfectant Johnson bridge Johnson Alfred Johnson engineering Stony services Jennings Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Shelby repairing dieting prisoners Kelley Kelley James Kelley James Kelley James Kelley James Kelley James Kelley Kelley James Kelley James Kaywood Kentucky Register printing account Kentucky Register printing account Reese Kelly Kennedy Kennedy Kanatzer Robertson livery account freight ballast freight ballast freight ballast freght ballast freight ballast freight ballast freight ballast freight ballast freight ballast freight ballast freight ballast freight ballast Lewis Lexington Paper Lexington Herald printing Pleasant takenIPleasant Pleasant Charles Lawson Lawson Lawson Lawson Everett Everett Everett Martlutroad Martin Martin lumber Lanter damages Lowery Lamb Dennis Layton Rebecca allowance attention serving Justice bridge lumber Motley Harvey plans bridge surveying Moore Morton print Morton Morton PCe Morton print- Ing Morton Morton sheriff books Morton Moody MatJlJik W- Meb JmerMoody WRit wertf Moody Whltlk M- MfOdyWhlttne Moody jrwrk oodI8odAlr6e WIJ pi- MUUtetoB LIIoCot Moorem btodaniJth 115- 0L bIvt 110- ob PE rsSc elIf Mobcrley Broaddus pike work 748 Moran Howard bridge work 4 00 Moore Jas pike work 12 50 Moore Jas plk3 work 77 98 Moberley Mat pike work 9 85 Million H T pike work 9 00 Moore Gee bridge lumber 3 00 Madison Co H Co mer acct 24 75 Million H T pike work 3 60 Maupin Jno pike work 5 75 Myers G H reg offlc 2 00 Myers G H dec offio 4 00 Miller M W dec offl 2 00 Maupin Brack dec offlc 4 00 Mason J C elec offic 4 00 Martin A L elec offlc 4 00 Maupin C C dec offlc 4 00 Million S S dec offlc 2 00 Massle Jack allowance 2000IMartin Wm coffin acct Moberley T J mer acct 40 30 Mitchell May lumber 12 00 Moberey J W oem 2 days Brassfleld pike 6 00 Madison Jackson Estill L D Co lumber 2 67 Newby TaIL pike work 3900 Newby Talt pike work 39 00 Newby Talt pike work19 00 Newby Talt pike work 30 00 Newland Bud pike work 7 50 Newby Bud pike work 9 00 Norris Simpson dec offlc 4 00 Noland A S elec offlc 4 00 Nicely W G elec offlc 4 00 Noe M L eke offic 4 00 Oregonla Bridge Co bridge work 750 00 Oregonla Bridge Co bridge work 90 00 Oregonla Bridge Co bridge work 630 00 Oregonia Bridge Co bridge work i 167 50 Oregonfa Bridge Co bridgework 400000 Oregorria Bridge Co bridgework 600 00 Oregonla Brldga Co bridgework 270 00 Oregonia Bridge Co bridgework 540 00 Oregonia Bridge Co bridge work 244 05 Oregonla Bridge Co bridge work 400 00 Oldham Lackey mer acct 70 00 Oldham Lackey mer acct 25 20 Oldbam Lackey mer acct 34 00 Oldham W D mer acct 14 10 Oldhan W D mer acct 17 G5 Osburne Austin pike work 13 16 Osburne T J eec offlc 2 00 Perkins T M pike work 1 50 Powers E J pike work 14 00 Powers B J pike work 50 00 Powers B J pike work 50 00 Powers E J pike work 3 00 Powers E J pike work 50 00 Powers E J pike work 5 75 Powers B J pike work 18 00 Powers B J pike work 50 00 Powers B J pike work 152 45 Powers B J work 50 00 Powers EJ pike work 15 00 Powers E J pike work 24 50 Powers E J pike work 50 00 Powers E J pike work 7 00 Powers B J pike work 50 00 Pantapraph Printing Co print Ing acct 5 00 Pantograph Printing Co print ing acct 5 00 Pantograph Printing Co print ling acct 400 John pike work 100 00 Perkins Elza pike work 53 13 Perkins Elza pike work 13 75 Perry Thomas Paint Co Infy 2G 70 Perry Thomas mer acct 12 95 Perry Thomas mer acct 14 20 Perkins Elza mer acct 2025 Pearson James pike work 4 75 Parks Robert lumber acct 21 2 Pauley James pike work 3 00 Parrish Martin livery ncct 22 50 Perry Hart chairman court house yard 100 Parrish Lyman reg om 2 00 Parrish Lyman elec om 4 00 Parks W F elec offi 2 00 Park T H elec offl 2 00 PIgg B L elec offl 200 Powell J D dec offi 4 00 Parks James dec offi 4 00 Perry Thomas Nov acct 22 50 Palmer Pressley making fence 3 50 Richmond E P Co light court house and jail 14 15 Richmond E Sc P Co light court house and jail 12 84 Richmond E pCo light court house and Jail 17 20 Richmond E P Co light court house and jail 11 41 Richmond E P Co light court house and jail 12 04 Richmond E PCo light court house and jail 55 19 Richmond E P Co light court house and jail 36 45 Richmond E P Co light court bouse and jail 81 13 Rlchraoad JJP Co light court house and jail 32 50 Richmond B ft P Co light court bouse and jail 17 48 Reeves Arthur rike work 2 50 Roberts Mrs Wm hoarding hands 25 Gi Roberts Mrs Wm boarding ban4a f 500 Roberta Mrs WBJ Mp Coun lalrwrnH 21 50 RiKWf fof ir Uge rttce work 2 00 RtOmoBd Limber Company Wniber eCt II M Richmond iMriMf ComiMuty- h ralw r MCC V X M- RlebjBcp LoiBber Cwonrl- umtm Met 1 70 Rich io4 titeMHriMq HIISo KcMm ttotlewu vMk Money fluutihed i RcteMd KftttWtti Bftk DU twstmisttta1 i fl 0 Richmond National Bank money furnished 191 11 Richmond National Bank money furnished 103 40 money furnished 121 30 Richmond National Bank money furnished 31 80 Richmond National Bank money furnished n 159 60 Richmond National Bank 60Richmond 00Richmondmoney furnished 107 87 Richmond National Bank money furnished 9 00 Richmond National Bank money furnished 398 87 Richmond National Bank money furnished 30 25 Richmond National Bank money furnished 5 38 Richmond National Bank money furnished 92 75 Richmond National Bank money furnished 374 54 Richmond National Bank money furnished 5 30 Richmond National Bank 70Richmondmoney furnished 20 00 Richmond National Bank for Mrs Roberts 200 00 Roberts John pike work 132 50 Roberts John pike work 184 10 Grider W H dec offl 400 Winkler Sid Small Pox acct 2 00 Roberts V T 29 00 RIley Allen pike work 5 40 Riley Allen pike work 525 Rayburn James road work 3 00 Rayburn James road work 2 50 Rayburn James road work 1 00 Richmond W ic L Co gas couit house 18 00 Richmond W i L Co water court house 87 70 Richmond W L Co water 1910 240 00 Roberts Henley work County Infirmary 13 50 Richmond Motor P Co account 220 89 Richmond Motor P Co account 107 08 Rlddell W R pike work 1 80 Reeves Wills pike work 51 00 Reeves Wills pike work 83 00 Roberts John pike Work 18 00 Ross Morris plko work 218 75 Ross Morris pike work 16 00 Rice Moberley road work 19 Roberts Charles road work 14 00 Richmond Carriage Works work at jail 400 Richmond Carriage Works work at Jail 3 05 Risk J M elec offi 2 00 Rhodas C Celee offi 4 00 Rhodus n Relec offl 4 00 Richmond Cemetery Company pauper graves 15 00 Rice HC services as Jus tice 18 00 Rice H C services court work Shifflet Martin pike work 1 50 Settle M D pike work 10 00 Settle M D plko work18 00 Shearer Lawson pike work 1 00 Silkirk Henrv Dike work 7 00 Stockton Hagan drug acct 2 00 Samuels G W Pike work 200 Stevens Allen pike work 24 25 Sope Charles pike work 1 75 Sparta W J pike work J62 00 Sancn Lewis pike work 1 75 Southern Lumber Co lumber 96 65 Short A H lumber 1 62 Shearer Jack road work 3 60 Shearer Jack road work 2 00 Shifflot Rice road work S 25 Shlfflctt Rico road work 3 75 Shifflet Rice road work 6 00 Smith charles road work 2 50 Smith Charles road work 200 Smith Charles road work 2 00 Smith Charles road work 2 00 Smith Charles road work 2 60 Shearer Jim road work 2 50 Sexton JE mer acct 900 Seal E C surveying 5 25 Stevens John Jr pike work 3 00 Somers J L printing acct 1 50 Stotts Wm pike work 30 50 Stotts Brutus pike work 9 00 Sparks W J puce work 72 00 Sparks W J pike work n 36 00 Stone R K repairs county jail 4 2600 Stone Jeff repairs court house 30 50 Stone Jeff repairs court house 4 00 Scwell Lewis pike work 3 50 Sewell McKinney mer acct 5 05 Stable rent county mules 1910 100 00 Shack lford D B election commissioner 20 00 Shackelfprd D B mer acct 20 45 Soper J E reg om 2 00 Smith C P reg pffll 2 00 Saadlln 3 M reg om 2 00 Sheater J W elec offi 400 SamailH W P elec offi 2 00 Sparks George elec oIL 2 00 SalHlersWDelee offi 4 60 SowersJ L elee ell 200 Stouffer J B mer acct 1800 ear8lJ Wv Jwparvteor of pikes salary 1910 1200 00 Stockton Son mer aect 4 4- 0StaoRobertseoneeL 08 Same J W Ingrmry pfeys- ictea ro 1W W Shearer Jaefc 4irt roa4 18eeS- MMMU O W iasaests IS M- TerrtB DiI pHw TwrtcW 1000 Tttrrtlt Bd pike worfc 344- T rritL M pfk wwk 1st f- Tirrfll Kd MM work It W rw4n Iylkeworkr 71 V hntit as work 1SM r1 TM awl Jis work timatiTh Wc 1 zu wOk 0IdtrtrTrpiM 1ftIsi 4 I1t wk Infirmary 15 75 fCounty Moynahan pike work 166 66 Moynahan concrete 3118 Tevls Moynahan pike work 120 48 781Todd6 50 jailTaylorty jail 6000 Taylor Oldham stove coun ty Infirmary 32 00 Taylor Oldham mer acct 70 90 Taylor Oldham mer acct 2 60 Tate Caswill road work 6 00 Tate Caswill road work 6 00 Tate William road work 3 75 Tate William road work 2 50 Tate William road work 4 00 Tate Pleas road work 62 Tate Caswill road work 12 00 Tate Caswill road work 11 25 TurpIn Alex pike work 3 75 Turpin James pike work04 10 00 Todd R W lumber acct 17 50 Teater J W pike work 152 00 Tudor lUnch pike work 30 00 Tudor lUnch dec offlc 4 00 Titus A W pike work 46 70 Titus A W plko work 17 25 Taylor Speed pike work 1 70 Thomas John F road work 390 Tudor J H pike work 37 25 Turpin Kate issuing vouchers 100 00 Tribble C M lumber acct 40 98 Tatum W J Supervisor 1910 13 50 Tcrrll R B clerk supervis ors 1910 22 50 Terrll R B clerk extra days 21 0- 1Terrill R B fee bill 129 40 Icrrlll R B certifying claims 100 00 Taylor John reg offic 2 00 Turley G B reg offlc 2 00 furley G B elec offlc 4 00 Fodd J A reg offic 2 00 Todd J A dec offic 2 00 Taylor E E elec offic 4 00 Tribble D M dee offic 4 00 Terrill W dec offlc 4 00 Tudor Bcnj elec offlc 4 00 Tudor R E elec offlc 2 CO Tudor W T elec offlc 2 00 Tackett Dennis allowance 24 00 Taylor Speed supervisor 200 00 Todd Luther three days commissioner bridges 9 00 Todd Luther services as Jus Lice 18 00 Templeman S M typewriting 9 25 Tudor John H pike work 71 35 Turpin N B bridge work 500 Turley R E insurance court houso 112 50 Turley R E Insurance jail 105 00 Taylor W E services as Jus tice 21 00 Taylor W E express 50 White Chas pike work 2 10 Williams H H pike work 164 00 Williams H H pike work 21 75 Williams H H pike work 24 50 Williams H H pike work 230 00 Williams H H pike work 79 00 Williams HH pike work 36 70 Williams H H pike work 82 20 Williams JLH pike work 3630 Williams H H pike work 107 00 WIlIams H H pike work 21 00 Williams H H pike work 5 50 Cornelison J T pike work 37 67 Williams H H dec offic 4 00 Warrell Disenfectant Desft for Jail 23 00 White Stevens blacksmith acct 10 80 White Stevens blacksmith acct 4 00 Welch Chrisman coffin acct 10 40 Welch Chrisman coffin acct 10 40 Welch Chrisman coffin acct 10 40 Welch Chrisman como acct 10 40 Williams Squire pike work 7 00 Wilcox Wm pike work 106 25 Wells Reeves pike work 92 50 Williams D J road work 7 87 White Gibson mer acct 28 50 Wilson J S Inquest 6 Wilson J S services as Jus tice 42 00 Wilson J S services court work 4200 Wilcox Rhodes pike work 55 00 Williams Dan pike work 106 75 WJiltaker Henley pike work 171 85 Whitaker Henley pike work 30 00 Williams Dan pike work 200 00 William Dan pike work 75 00 Williams McGrath moving elec bo oths 150 Wilson B F coffin acct 6 00 Walker Rayburn rebate on tax 300 Whltaker Wm pike work 20 00 Williams Thos supus 1910 22 50 Williams Thos Supus extra days 900 Wilson L T regs offlc 2 00 Wilson L T elec offic 2 00 Wells M H elec offic 4 00 West W H dec offlc 2 00 Wilfon J S elcc offlc 4 00 White J B dec offic 2 00 Whltlock J 11 dec offic 2 00 Wiley J N dec offlc 2 00 Walton Kate an allowance 20 00 Watts Miss Fan rock 8 00 Wornell Mfg Co desinfectant jail 160 00 White Roy C fee bill 64 45 Wlllging P L mer aecL 2 90 Wagers B P assessing bk 53 7- aYatesJCelecoffiC 200 IThe following claims were aflowed ondirtRoad No 2W M Kelley Overseer 50RcnfroeHoward E K 150 Howard B N 1 50 Renfroe Luther 1 50 Warren John 150 50KelleyLowery John 1 50 BOHoward 60IoWCITRenfroe Wm 150 Lowery Green 1 50 Road No 4 Talt Coates Overseer Perkins Woodson 1 50 Comley Gean 1 50 Motley Dock 80 Hill Geo T 1 Gains Albert 1 B- OShlfflett D 150 Herring Ja9 SO Blevins Chas 1 50 Isbell Luther 3 40 Perkins John 80 Hill Les 1 50 Coates Talt 1 50 Hill Bob 80 Settles Kernel SO Perkins Calvin SO Stacker Hays gO Taylor 40 Road No 5 Merman Jenkins Overseer Jenkins Norman 8 25 Jenkins Norman 1 50 Gabbard Lewis 1 50 Jenkins Thos 1 50 Rcnfroe Gilbert 75 Keley Jarrett 7L Howard Ollie 1 50 Howard J T 1 85 White C W 75 Morris J B is Davis Henry 76 Gabbard Jas 1 50 Turner Arvine 2 25 Warner Dock 75 Cosby Jas 1 50 Renfioe B 7 Howe Walter 75 Embry Thos 76 Portwood S 75 Tones Thos Jr 1 50 Curry John ISO Goins Emitt 1 50 Jones Johnson 150 Tones TJ 150 Long Lyman 75 Jones Sam Webb 1 50 Road No6W Miller Overseer Stocker G G 150 Shifflett Martin 1 50 Bioaddus Ed 1 50 Lowery James 1 50 Newby Marion 150 Williams Clark 1 25 Coates Jet 150 Dunaway Jas 1 2i Smith Henry 75 Curry Henry 1 05 Hendricks Luther 1 00 CoatS Reece 50 Douglas Alex 50 Childer Walter 35 Kidwell Ora 50 Riddle Jas ODonald Eba 1 50 Splvy Henry 1 25 Million WI 1 50 Road No7Harvey Chas Overseer Stocker Luther 1 50 Young Tom 1 50 Perkins Geo 3 75 Perkins T S 1 SO Perkins Eza 1 50 Perkins T G 150 Kelley Tat 150 Masters John 150 Warner D ISO Young Chas 1 50 CoalflO Merritt 1 50 Reynolds Lawson 1 20 Sewers Stant 1 20 Darcarvell Ike 40 Million Squire 40 Rhodus Jas 40 Read No SJoe Long Overseer Cotton Sherley SO Hillard ChasSOBode Moherley Oscar hJ Singer Charles 80 Kplloy Granville 1 50 Prather George 80 Sacker Elby R hod us James i 80 Prather Ravmond 80 Nowby Squire 80 Roberts J W 80 Tong Charles Hilev Abe SO Hendren Oscar 150 Ham Albert SO Barnes Theo 80 Taylor ArthurSO Singer Bill 80 Long Dan 80 SOLongJoe OverseerNorris 00RobertsYoung John R 4 50 Stacker Roy 1 50 Stacker Owen 1 50 Masters James W 1 50 Moore William 1 60 Reun ld Harvey 1 50 Perkins F M 4 00 Perkins Burrell 1 50 Young Leonard 1 50 Morning Joe 150 Million Woodson 1 50 Million John A 1 50 Road No 1GT J Potts Overseer Whltaker Hensley 1 00 Goggins George 1 75 Holman Luther 1 00 Douglas Bush 50 Gibson Leonard 1 00 Potts T J 2 50 Road No 11 Brutus Stotls Overseer A gee Howard 80 Prewltt John 80 Wells Thomas 40 Perkins Ben 1 50 Stotts Arthur 80 Age John SO Douglas Allen SO Sanders Brutus 60 Stapp Wilbert 60 Douglas Boyd 80 fluorine J W 80 Stapp Willie 40 Agee Arnold 40 Burton Bill 2 30 Griggs J S 230 Griggg Robert 80 Long James 80 Davis Speed 40 Long Bud 40 Davis C M 40 Button Walter 40 Barnes Grecley 80 Stotts William 40 Grey Omer 40 Short Luther 80 Lowery Melvin 80 Stotts B C SO Road No 13H D Prewitt Overseer Farris Fred 90 Duncan B 2 40 Prewitt M L 90 Million Charles 90 Ray Wilbert 90 Whltaker Nat 90 Long Arthur 90 Newby Bud 90 White W M 90 3ioborley J P 90 Taylor Luther 90 Land F 120 Embry Cul 90 Combs Ernest 90 Gulley Clayton 90 Whltaker Tohn 90 Whltaker Pendleton 90 Taylor Jarrett 90 Prewltt H D 1 20 Roberts R J 1 20 Road No 15Joe Broaddus Overseer Clines Tom 150 Clines Richard 1 50 Clines Tohn 80 Davis Sidney 1 50 McWhorter E G 1 50 Million Woodson 1 50 Million John 2 25 Whltaker Sherley 1 20 Million Henry 1 20 Broaddus Joe H 3 00 Road No 18D G Waddle Overseer Hawkins John 1 50 Daughorty John V 1 50 Purkey Willie 1 50 Brewer Sam 1 50 Brewer flub 1 50 Davis HoIIle 4 50 Lake Charles 150 Vanwlnkle Sidney 1 50 Williams Thomas 150 Waddle Dott 1 50 Waddle J S 1 50 Road No 19J E Lewis Overseer 0 Davis Isaac 150 5pPayneTussey Henry 1 50 Hubbard James 150 Bratcher Frank 1 50 Higgins W A 1 50 Davis Sam 1 50 Johnson Caleb 75 Bengc Richard 1 50 Lewis Elmer 75 Davis Isaac 1 50 Johnson Alfred 1 5Q Harris Thomas 1 50 Davis Sam 1 50 Bratcher George 1 50 Johnson Richard 1 50 Hubbard James 1 5Q Tussey Henry 75 Lewis J E 9 00 The ROYALHOME OF GOOD CLOTHES xi This is the young mcns eFine Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishings tkep Gut Price on all suits spring and sommov J S STuANIF or Corner Second and Main Streets 0 r 3 1T 1f rfk9rT1Zw Wmmm Y1l11 j Herd tJ P1eise u Jjjst send them to us for we select our goods fQr thefastidf ous womenthe ones other merchants findS hardest to please As to our Dress Goods we have the newest diagonal weave in all colors from 89c to 98per yard Our FOULARDS are the choice of the seasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89c to 179 per yard Beautiful Swiss Embroideries in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Novelties Look at our Readymade Waists and Skirts All styles and prices Owen Tt4cKee See Our Bargain Counter Butterick PatternsI The Richmond Climax niSUSoED IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR ol PRESS ud t PUBUSIERS FBICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULY C 1910 Democratic Ticket FOR COXGUESS HON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln County As tho Madison County Fair is ono of tho live topics of the day it might not bo amiss for us to say a word in behalf of thfee who are laboring to mako it a success The people at large seem to have an idea that a fair company is organized with a view of making monoy but if they only know the history of the fairs of tjie State they would know that it is anything but a paying venture Tho men who are members of the Madison County Fair Association are men who have tho welfare of the county at heart and it is for the purpose of cd ucating the masses to the importance of raising tho best of everything that they spend time and money in an effort to create public sentiment along that line There is no doubtbut that county fairs have done more to make tho scrub give way to goodblooded stock than all other agencies combined When a man sees his neighbor in the show ring with fine corn wheat tobacco chickens sheep cattle horses mules etc it creates within him a desire to raise the best and win prizes alsbAs a con sequence he sells the old brindle cow the razorback hogs the sheep with hair on them instead of wool chickens that are mixed with every known breed tho horses and mules that are fit only for Jockey Row and invests in goodblood ed stuff and when the next fair rolls around he is ready to compete with his neighbor and in this way a goodnatur ed rivalry is engendered and the county is benefitted The people of tho county should remember that when they pay the sum of fifty cents to get into the fair grounds they are not putting money into the pockets of someone who is tryingto got rich but that they aro paying that amount for a days schooling which if heeded will make them better farmers and stock raisers Let tho people throughout the county cooperate with tho publicspirited men who are trying to give to Madison county a fair second to none and Ihocoming fair will surpass any ever hold in this county To our mind one of the best laws en acted by tho last Legislature is the one giving to the judge the right to assess the penalty instead ofthe jury Heretofore the jury not only passed upon tho guilt or innocence of tho accused but if found guilty fixed his punish ment also Now they only say whether or not he is guilty and the judge fixes the punishment This law shoulU save the State many dollars for such a tiling us- a hung jury will or should be a thing of the past Not only does it appeal to us because of this fact but jt will do away to a great extent with many of tho abuses of tho jury box A KANSAS editor keeps his subscription list paid up by running tho follow ing at the masthead of his paper You may gather the stars in a nail keg hang tho ocean on a grape vino to dry wipe the noso of fc cyclone with a towel cutoff the tan end of a tornado for a keep sake put tho sky in tho ground to soak unbuckle the bellyband of eternity and open up tbo sun and moon as health ro aorta butnovcr t o deluded with the idea that you can escape perdition if you don J pay for your paper GEJ P WATT HABDIH is spoken of as a probable candidate for Congress in the Eleventh district to oppose either Caleb Power or D 0 Edwards whichever wins the Republican nomination llirpuld be a fitting climax to his event lol Jlfe if ho should be fortunate enough to bo tenHo congresu Heros hoping M will A ewiMcia yaU Anier 1cm will be iMeIM vltbte NGrcs ywtIt 4iai g W11ry1 U 1M fJg W hIbI Iy iIt ljr41a fj THE census returns show that the an nual salary of a minister of the gospel counting all denominations is but GKS per year This is a burning shame No other class of people is worked so hard for so littlo pay A good many people seem to think that the life of a minister is an easy one and that whatever they got bo it much or little amply pays them for their labors The minister is expected to preach two sermons every Sunday which will please every member of his congregation Sermons that il would take weeks for most of his congregation to prepare if they could do it at all and yet if he happens to say something that doesnt exactly suit some pious brother ho goes homo or it may be he gets on the street and crit icises the efforts of a man who does more in one day to save the world from sin than all his congregation put together docs in a month Not only must he peach twice on Sunday but he must take an active part in the Sun day School lead the prayermeeting visit the sick preach the funerals of the dead perform marriage ceremonies make social calls at least once a month and during all this he and his family must dress nicely and cat a lilllo some thing to keep soul and body together all on the paltry sum of 3603 a year The layman of this country should blush with shame to know that such condi tions exist COLORADO has established a precedent by having women sit on Juries ler sonally we do not believe they will make good jurors for the reason that they aro too sympathetic From a standpoint of trying to do the right there is no doubt that they would be the equal if not the superior of the men for they would not be swayed bypetty prejudices such as often creep into our juries of the present time but a silvertongued lawyer wilh flowery language and path e tic appeal could sway them almost at will This is not true because woman is the weaker vessel but because of the Christlike spirit which so perm cater her being Through the goodness of her byITHK Democrats are nearer to electing a President of the United States than they have been since 1892 says Govenor Claude A Swanon of Virginia who icccntly completed a tour that ex tended to the Pacific coast Not in years have tho Democrats shown so much activity so much desire to shako off lethargy to hold harmony banquets and to get together as is manifested in all sections of the country at this time With such a spirit pervading the leaders and rank and file of Democracy taken together with the dissension among Republicans I can see no other result than a democratic House and Democratic President in 1913 JUDGE Boon who is serving a fourteen year sentence for stealing about 40000 from the State willin a few days make formal application for a parole It is to bo hoped that he will be made to servo his time out Ho is guilty of an pence that a year or two in the penit entiary cannot recompense It is the fact that many men believe they can through the influence of friends bo pardoned or paroled that leads them to commit a crime Make him servo his timo out Grafting and bbodling must be stopped and that is the most ethic tive way THERE is a family in South Somerset who live chiefly on dirt and wood ashes and they seem to thrive on this unique diet Somerset Times If prices go much higher a good many of usJ will be forced to cat dirt gras bark or something else of that nature IK a fight at Covlngtona few days ago a man had his noso bitten offand his face otherwise mutilated A man who can deliberately chew off the nose of another must have a stomach lined with steel and must belong somewhat to the bull dog tribe THE appropriations made by the session of Congress just closed amounted to 81027133410 according toan announce mont made by the House Appropriation Committee The only consoling thought thatcomesto us Is that it might have been worse THE Danville Advocate passed its WednesdayTho sIncerelyhopeetc will live to HfJ their paper ay yean older Jf TKAT M ryknl coup wbv q terM MA Ink vtof forty ihs M wu 0 WIlllfI M 3 J ri i i PERSONALS Hr Richard Cobb of Danville visited friends hero last week Mr and Mrs Herman Hicks are visiting relatives in Winchester- Mr Ruben Todd of Irvine was among the crowd here Monday Miss Jano Stockton has as her guest Miss Martha Burke of Illinois Mr and Mrs Wm Marcum aro in Indianapolis for a fifteen days visit Mrs S W Tudor and Miss Anna Jones aro visiting relatives in Winchester Mary Francis and Walker McKinnoy are visiting relatives at Winchester- Mr Ford frock of Oklahoma is visiting his brother Mr D H Breck Mrs Cal Snyder of Anderson county was hero last week mixing with friends Mrs Harrison Branaman of Mt Yer non is in this city for medical treatment Miss Buchinani of Lexington is the attractive guest of Miss Edna Guinchig lianL Mr and Mrs G Sam Dcatheragc of Auburndale Fla are visiting relatives heroDr and Mrs J W Harris havo re turned from a visit to relatives at Lan casterMr Stove Turner of Chicago is visiting Iricnds and relatives in tho town and county Mr Sidney Turner of Savannah but formerly of this city was a visitor here last week Mrs J S Collins has been visiting her daughter Mrs Robert Burke in Danville Mr and Mrs Harry Schlcgel of Nich olasville spent Sunday with Mrs L J SchlegeL Mrs J H Severance of Stanford visited her lather Dr M C Heath last week Mrs Charles Boyd and son of Pecas Texas are visiting Mr Cyrus Tudor and family Mr C E Woods is at Crab Orchard Springs taking Kceley cure for the buttermilk habit Mrs J A Stevens and daughter Regina spent the week end with lark county relatives Mr James Wallace of Irvine spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother Mr C C Wallace Mr and Mrs M H Williams of Silver Creek left Saturday for a visit to relatives in Illinois Mr Robert Walker and sister Anna May have returned from a visit to re latives at Lancaster G W McKinney of Waco attended the Epworth League Conference at MU Sterling last week Professor Joseph Porter and wife of Lexington spent the Fourth with Mr and Mrs T S Hagan Mrs C Rucker Adams left lastFriday for Frankfurt to join her husband in tho physical culture work guestsMrsWhite of Nashville Tenn lIr Clyde Hart the effecient foreman of the Winchester News spent the 4th with Richmond friends Mr R A Jones of Union S C has been visiting his father Capt Wm Jones and family in tho county Mr Luther Sanders who is in tim revenue service at Silver Creek visited his family at Nicholasville Sunday Misses Ada Booker of Louisville Irene Sewoll and Dell Parrish of Winchester are tho guests of Mrs J It Parrish IndianapolisIndKays at the Pattlo A Clay Infirmary Winchester Democrat Mrs Anna Swift Turley and Miss Julia French are in Richmond attending Normal School MaryPickeLs n where they attended the Chi Omega eon vention Mr Silas Cobb Jr and wife of Pitts burg Pa aro visiting the formers parents Mr and Mrs Silas Cobb at RcdIIoiuo Mrs Henry White and Mrs Fannie Bennett of Lexington aunt and sistef of Mrs Mary Bennett are spending the week with her f Mrs Edgar Blanton ami jttftdreti have returned from a visit of vraj wMki to her JXFL Will Di Woo atBIrM1Mi Xsky Tfcwe will f4ra nforml reception JMWla U Ists of the FIrM ytii t i wIff liIi iJ iic 0 n f of w Bright Mt9rUln a with lovely card jpiJfy fttttrday afteraooa for Mrs Lacy BrigK of New York City Mrs Tb odoce Wilson Md daughter Mte JCate WUteoQ aad0rca Isaacs v ii rsG W Frazksr and Other r ltfve in Esuli last weej Mrs TSP Dudley of Richmond is In tho city for a low days the guest of her cousin Abner Oldham and Mrs Annie W James Loxington Herald Mr E L Clark wife and daughter of Cincinnati aro spending several woks with friends hero Tho Clarks formerly hived hero and are always welcomed back Mr J w LewIs of Collcgfc Hill pass ed through Richmond iaslFrrday on his why to clnip poison Jessamine county to on a at one of the distl11ericsthereIIrai1l1 Mrs T L Hamilton are back from an extensive bridal trip and have gone to house Keeping on the Sum mitt in the house recently vacated by Prof and Mrs J R Johnson cMrs E T Burnam and Mrs DM Chen ult s thcir annual Fourth of July picnit Monday for their children Miss Elizabeth Buriiam was dressed as Columbia her dress being made entirely American flags Winchester SunSentinel Miss Mari anno Collins of Richmond visited Miss catherine McConl for the dance Friday evening Mr John Doty of Rich mond attended the dance hero Friday eveningHon Jerry A Sullivan will sail July 9th on tho White Star S S Baltic for a summer abroad Ho will tour the British Isles the ConlSricnt and north ernEuropo returning to Richmond in SeptemberMrs S Park and Mrs William Park have returned to their homojin Los Vegas They were called hereby tho serious illness of Mrs W B Smith whom we are glad to note is improving and Her condition is most encouraging Mrs C E Eliwanger and daughter Miss Jacqueline Ellwangor left yester day for Estill Springs to spend the summer Mrs Ellwangcr will bo tho society correspondent to tho different papers over the State from that popular resort Frankfort Journal Mrs and Mrs George Marischen havo returned from Boonovillo Owsley county where they visited the latters parents It will be pleasing news to their many friends to know that their little son has about recovered from his recent illness Mrs C D Miller is inNashvillo Tenn where sho was called on account of tho serious illness of tho little son of Mr and Mrs R Ii Gentry Jr Tho physi clam give but little encouragement to his recovery which news will be asourco of deep regret to tho friends of the family Mr and Mrs Frank E Jennings of Jacksonville Florida are summerIng at the latters old home Dreaming Creek Heights near this city They have been entertaining a delightful house party composed of Mrs G C Burrows and three daughters who wero guests of honor at a bridge party given last Friday by tho hosts- Lancaster Record Miss Tommie Francis is in Richmond visiting Mr and Mrs George Ballow Miss Mary Elm re and sister MissLydia aro visiting rel atives in Richmond and Versailles Little Miss Elizabeth Dudley is at home again alter a visit to her grand mother in Richmond Mr Alex Doty and daughters were Jn Richmond Mon day for the burial of Mr ilalcolm Miller Mesdames Merritt Harbor and Sal lie Rayburn of Richmond are vIsit- ing Mr and Mrs Parkqr Gregory Tho following formed a delightful party which sailed last week for a trip abroad Misses Louise Mary and Elizabeth Covington of this county Francis Lail and Ruth Covington of Missouri and Mr Walter Quinn of Illinois Miss Louise Covington will probably accept a position as chaperono for touring parties which position pays a handsome salary and all expenses Woknow of no ono better fitted than Miss Covington who aside from her al ready wide experience as a traveler and her brilliant literary attainments possesses a charm of manner and a person ally of great magnetism Narrow Escape Houston Stone a freight cpnductor on tho L and A railroad hall a narrow escape from death last Friday night Ho was spending the night at K N junction as is his custom when at that end of tho line and to keep from being bothered with liens ho poured some carbolic acid ontho sheet and went to bed About two oclock the next morning his roommate was aroused by groans and going to Mr Stones bed found him unconscious All efforts to arouse him proved futile and ho was placed on an engine and started for this oily By the time ho reached hero ho had regained consciousness but it was found that his body was badly burned by tho acid Ho is still suffering onsidorably but it is thought ho will be out rin a few days He had a very narrow escape for had ho not been discovered when ho was it is thought by the physicians that he would have died within twenty or thirty minutes Ladles OXFORDS AND PUMPS t f jr have just received an i ii4 ti J of Ladies i if i other shipment rf- lV z J Pumys in one and two straps in Suede 4 s yj VAt JV t C Patent and Gun metal See them B r2 7 i VVI l i Rice ArnoldTRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE Pony Stung to Death The Cyntluana Democrat says Floyd Lairs excellent pony stallion Bacna was stung to death by bees at Mr Lairs homo atMrs Dubs near LCynthlana Monday The pony was tied to a tree near a boo hive and per haps disturbed tho bees in some way They swarmed out of the hive and attacked him Ho was tied with a heavy halter and could not break loose In his efforts he became tangled in a wire fence and foil and the bees stung him so badly that ho died in a couple of hours after ho had been noticed and released front the tree and fence Tho animal was a fine littlo fellow valued at 5500 Aside from his worth in money it is a great pity ho had to meet such a dreadful deat- hSuccessful Trip A baseball team composed of Madison county boys Went to Corbin and Tcllico last wok and played three games two with Corbin and one with Jollico win ning all of them Tho first one was played with Corbin last Wednesday the score being 3 to 2 after thirteen hard fought innings Edwards homo run in that round deciding the game H Par rish was pitted against tho great Rube Watkins Parrish doing by far tho best Work Ho allowed only six hits and struck out 18 men Thursday the boys journeyed to Jollico and defeated the team there by the scoro of 4 to 2 Jim Parks pitched this game and allowed only four hits three of them coming in the ninth inning They camo back to Corbin Friday and again defeated them this time by tho score of 10 to 4 Pitman who was in the Blue Grass League for a while last year was on tho mound for Corbin but our boys found his offerings easy whjlo Edwards hold the Corbin boys sate Those who made the trip were Harvey Parrish Jerry Parrish John Burton Goo Gintcr Hugh Lewis Kavanaugli Broad d us Del Azbill Joel and Jim Parks And Wilbur Edwards Public Sale of Lots lor City Taxes III will on Thursday July 21st 1910 be tween the hours of one and two fclock in front of the City Hall door corner of First and Irvine street in tho City of Richmond Ky sell for cash for unpaid city tax bills penalty interest and costs for tlo year of 1900 the following parties property real estate or enough to pay tho amount specified below if not paid boforo said dateVT 0 ONcil City Tax Collector WHITE LIST for 1009 Anderson Joe mid Carlton 8 427 Bush and Whiteuuu 13 18 Bush Joo ri i 20 59- Bybeo Malvina 6 32 Byboe Malvina Gdni 8 40 Coats Wm 7 20 Dcatherago G S 3 43 Jarman Mrs Roscu 47 00- Ransdall II llisL 20 59 Roberts Dmiolu 7 21 Trowers Thos B i 7 21 Turpin Haydca andJohni 4 27 COLORD LIST Ballow Goorgeu 10 55 Black Salllc u LS 40 Bennett Cam 5 51 Brock BelLu 11 81 BiggersUiir Alice 5 11 Bronston JalQuuO 37 Burgin Martha hrs 3 43 Burnam Jno 0 5 11 Craig Henry C 37 Campbell Elder 2 91 Chenault Alice 5 11 Chenault Tobe p 79 Collins Sam 8 05 Crutcher Lizieu C37 DeJarnett Sarah 511 Embry J mau u 5 11 Embry IilUeu 5 54 Fife Mary uu 4 27 Fife Martha S 577 cLUOo F Lodge 18 50 Harris Benu 7 20 Harris Hattio 5 11 Hjll Wyattu 0 37 Irvine Joe Sru 5 11 Jarman Robt Srl 8 SS Martin Jnou 5 11 Miller Thos B 837 Miller Chancy 2 01 Moss Alex i 8 SS Muncy Sallie 427 Palmer Jim Sr 7 20 Phelps William C 37 Phelps Mary 3 44 Pope Green hrsu 3 II Shearer Jako 3 44 Smith Scott 11 70 SmilhEtlau 4 27 Tevis Tom805 Todd Jos C 805 Turner Mattie 5 11 Tye Wm 0 S7 Turner Tilinu = 4 27 Winkfiold Millio C 80 Walker Ann hrsu 5 95 Walker Ed 1055 Willis Lizziou 5 93 White Korcis 0 86 While notlau 0 37 Yates Wm Buster 9 72 Yates Nannie 5 11 Feel languid veak rundown Headache Stomach offJnstn- a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach promotes dhreBtiton purifies thebood Commissioners Sale Lyman Bulnor o Plaintiffs Davis Munday c Defendants Under and by virluo oft a judgment and order of sale rendered at tho May term of the Madison Circuit Court in the above styled action tbs undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will onThurdayJu1y 28 10 at 10 oclock a m on the premises near Kingston Ky sell to the highest and host bidder the following described pro perly A Certain Tract oi Land on the waters of Hays Fork ol Silver Creek near Kingston Madison county Ky and bounded on the east by Farris land on the north by J H Crawford on the south by the lands of Douglas Young antI Alex Gibbs on tho west by the Richmond Big Hill pikexnd con taming 97 12 acres more or less Said land will be sold in two separated tracts tho first tract containing 40 acres and the second tract containing 57 12 acres then ns a whole and tho bid producing the most money will ba accepted Said property will bo sold on a credit of C npd 12 months Purchaser will be requiredto execute bond with approved security thereon payable to the Commissioner bearing C per cent interest until paid with lien retained upon said property until all Iho purchase money is paid II C RICE M C M 0 C r The Great REO CarTHE BEST MADEV 12 and 4 Cylinders It will beto your advantage to see me before purchasing an automobile i JT COY AgentKIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY I Taken Up There came to my place near Gum Springs on Walnut Meadow and Paint Lick pike on May 18th a red yearling steer weight about 050 Ibs Owner can havo same by proving property and pay ing all charges B B Reynolds Paint Lick Ky R Lost A ladies dark green leather shopping bag with brass chain probably on Lan caster avenue Please return samp to this office Report oi the Condition OFT- ITFarmers Bank Doing business nt Klrksvillc county of Madison Stateof Kentucky at the close of business on the OUtli cloy of June 1910 RESOURCES Loans anti discounts with one or more endorsers as suretyNl17 49 Real estate mortgages nJ600looCull loans on collaternLooRMDue from National Bunks n 3790 SI Due front State Banks and Bkra 20S Kl U S and National Rank notes 1702 m SpecieV 36 Overdrafts sccured 00 Overdrafts unsecured 2139 3T Real estate banklnc house 240001 Furniture aud fixtures 2500 Total J753SS INABILITIES Capital Stock paid Inln Cash 15mo SurpluR FIII1I1noooo 25Q01 Undivided IroOtsoouJ71 S Depots subject to check on which interest is not pnldu 37613 97 Notes und Bills Redlscountcd wum m ITotot 75358 cicy ct- County of Madison s I II S Newton Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly wear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief H So NEWLOX Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by S Xettlon the 5th day of July RiO J T COY Notary Public My Commission Expires Feb 171011 JAS R CLAY II N HENRYI Directors N WHITEWILL BOIN hIS ANNUAL Clearance SaletV On Saturday July 9th c 0 tI t The Women of Richmondand vicinitYwbohave attended our Clearance r1o Sales know that we mean what we say and that everything in our t 1g t J store will be sold regardless of cost It is the time of the year when 3 l cost or former prices are lost oL It is our desir to dispose ot everything in QUr house We haveIMARKED GOODS ID1CUOUSLY LOW and wc waht youytOngetf may of these 1rgin aou can uteau th savings on evty pucbase Jil C4rne JJffi rer3P One tl What Wfei Uer F S S PAKKES PKESIDKXT W N BKITNKTT VICE PRESIDENT Condensed Statement of the Condition of Ciittizen Nato ll 13arikRICHMOND KENTUCKY At the Close of Business June 30 1010 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts305191 58 Overdrafts 12105 Kl U S Bonds 58500 00 Banking Housoetcn 900000 Cash and Due from Banks 8942139 Total 174008 60 LIABILITIES Capital StockulOOOOO 00 Surplus Fund 11000 00 Undivided PfolitsJ 31G 07 Circulationu i 55 00 Deposits 307091= 63ITotal 474008 Ol2DepositsDeposits Juno 30 191Ou v 307001C3 Wo respectfully solicit and invite a share of your patronage promising in return prompt And efficient Jv service and courteous and honorable treatment I RooKE0ASHIERV Much fto cutoff and wo will como pretty nea getting exactly tho quantity you want You dont have to worry about the quality of our meats We takaso much pains in selecting them UnLyqu can be assured they are the choicestto bo had And a trial wilJprovcitV C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Cultdn 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 125 MILL WORK- INTERIOR TRIMS Ij I LUMBER I The quality everything you buy is guaranteed by us We spare no effort in making our building mater ials the best j Blanton = Condetoti Lumber GO mcordoraled Successors to Ed Blanton Co NrLA Depot Telephone 425 Electric Irons T Electric Fans 11i Richifiohid EIectFic PoerCo announce an Afternoon Service beginning June 27- f c 1 d i Hat Rate ir Fans 3Q3t r t r MitrbyMe trrlH Use F4iiit d b jCA c Sction2 tHEnICUM0N0 t CL1MAxrSec ion 2 37th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 6 1910 NUMBER 5 N WALL PAPER j1Raised On n 142 i Found spectacles were in our store some weeks Owner can have samo by calling at of business Covington tC Banks j152t buy f on our feed arc and grow fat no inferior stuff includes best varieties of grainand feed and we can supply all your in lino at tho very lowest prices jWe enjoy a for and endeavor to liveaip loit f s Burnside 1 RobinsonVA J Coal Line Cement Sand and Plaster Material f Office Warehouse on L N It R f PHONE RICHMOND j Pair goldrim left ago our We Brick Sale Wohavo just two brick kilns and are prepared to furnish good solid brick on application i Moberly Brick Co tf Moborly Ky r cc Im Convinced You Give Every Man a Square Dea J The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer dont You believe there must be others of the same opinion jIn a town of less than four hundred peo with fierce competion on all sides we a have in eight years built up a Bankingbusi ness of over 12500000 Resources Peoples kk of Paiil Lick Ktfr E L Woods Pres W C Fish V W G JCemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier We Sell May Manton Patterns i0c Each The Right Way to get good work is o your paper from an up to date and get an uptodate paper hanger Cattle raised seldom sick They thrive handle Ourstock wants that reputation reliability Salt and place For burned hence pie Pres hne How to Treat Your Wife See your wife as seldon as possible If she is warm hearted and cheerful in tem per or if after a days or a weeks absence she meets t you with a smiling face and ia her affectionate manner be sure to look coldly upon her and answer her in monosyllables If she forces back her tears and is resolved to look cheerful sit down and gape in her presence till she is fully convinced of your indifference Never think you have anything to do to make her happy but that her happiness is to flow from gratify ing your caprices and when she had done everything a woman can do be sure you do not appear gratified Never take an interest in any of her persuitsjand if she asks your advice make her feel that she is troublesome and imperti nent It she attempts to rally you good natuedly on any of your peculiarities never join in the laugh but frown her into silence If she has faults never attempt with kindness to correct them but continu lIly obtrude her ears What a good wife rr Smith has How happy Mr Smith is with his wife In company never seem to know you have a wife Be very affable and complaisant to every other lady If you follow these directions you may be sure of an obedient and heartbroken wife Notice To Farmers chamIpionMachines Call on tho Richmond Mo tor S Plumbing Co Richmond Ky 220 Irvine St Phone 270 Send in your order now Cltf Ilavo you any wool It so bring it to us and get pest market prices 420if GOTT BROS Phone 41 IV P BAXTER ALCOHOL u almost the wontth nforco- naumptiveaMariyof the eparaUQltscontain 1 coholScotts Emulsion not a drop Insist oa having Scotts Emulsion TOE lULl BYAUDHOHngTa Poor Mule This is a story of a Kansas mule The corn was about ready to lay 03 and his mas ter was in the midst of the final plowing when the mule decided that he was through with work No amount or form of moral or other suasion could induce him to pull the hat off your head Exasper ated beyond endurance the master at last succeeded in leading him to nearby corn crib where he fastened him with a log chain with the ex pressed intent of leaving him there until he came to his sen ses The day was as hot as Kansas The flies were Kan sas flies and thick as they cribrwas full of popcorn By and by the mule began to register his protest against the out rage for such he conceived it to be bya lively tattoo against the side of the crib An he kicked an he kicked ant he kicked until his shoes became red hot and set fire to the corn crib The fire pop ped the corn which fell about in such profusion that the mule believing it was snowing lay down and froze to death Dont wait until your house burns to think about insurance See Dan II recktfIf you need good machine oil call on ItIchniond Motor S Plumbing Co Richmond Ky The Sobriety of The Editor Itused to be said with some truth years ago that the meetings of the Kentucky Press Association was one big howling drunk Itcan no long erbe said The meeting last week of the Press Associa tion at Middlesboro was a su perb test of the sobriety and temperance of the Kentucky editors It was the ilwettest town they ever struckandred liquor of all kinds was as free as water and seemed to be more abundant The fact coupled with the insistence of the hospitable citizens of the mountain city that we should eat drink and be merry made the temptation about as great as possible yet there was not a single newspaper man in all the four days under the influence of liquor and nearly half of them did not touch a drop This is to the credit of the Kentucky Press Association and for real temperance we put them against any other organization in the State Elizabethtown News Fire Life Accident and Health Insur ance in the very best old lino Companies Wm S BroaddusAgttC Suit For Damages Suit alleging libel and ask ing 50000 damages has been filed at Frankfort by Congressman J Campbell Can trill against John C Noel president of the farmers Bank of Frankfort the libel as alleged consistingin swear ing in a deposition given by Noel that he Noel had given Cantrill l OOto influence the vote on the changing of the site of the new Capitol during the speciallegislative session of 1905 Do you want bargains in Readyto wear garments If so dont fail to see Mrs J M Barlow on Main street WALL PAPER We Go CartS We Sell Liquid One reason why you will find the most luxurious bed the T I 1cpOSDR1U 1T- j I MATTRESSf is the natural springiness of the magnifiedmany times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you call Sixty NiF Trial 1600and 2250 61 d IT a m LackeyDavUndertaking Specialty Night Telephone 229 High Eggs Forty five million eggs have been shipped into New N since April and placed in cold storage the warehousemen to remain there until the high prices of last winter are duplicated The eggs came mostly from Indiana Michigan and Ohio They were purchased an average price of 23 12 to 24 cents dozen The Wrong Way is to buy a lot oldstock and get anybody to hang for you Phone Retire Venee 1 t in h t that cotton is f J7 J 1050 1350 r a 136 W S 0 R O L ark J 1 by at a o it Eczema A Germ BIscase Can Now Ba Cured Tho Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has ballled them is to find some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this diOiculty by drawing the germs to tho surface of the skin and de thodiseasesment and cero by Zemo is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers of Como It tells how to duro yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples DandrigL and all diseases of the skin and scalp Call at Perrys Drug Store for booklet and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized tho treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp tf I 1 L R DlantonWholesale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and B Streets 4 TELEPHONE 85 We Sell May Manton Patterns lOc Each HT H THE REAL LIGHT l ir 1 y t We fully realize that ifa great business is to be built up in any line it must be built in the clear 2 light of days with clean hands and honest methods open and above board No great success endures 0 long on mistakes or misrepresentations 1 J S a apologizerforhis wares by making them appear what I t they are not when he begins to tincture his goods with the flavor of deception then lookout VX i4 j fr We believeth t if an article is worth selling at allit isworthselling for what it is and we do not ft5i Ji1want the kind of merchandise in our house that needs an apologyor that we can not sellunder its t true label We ask that you inspect our materials We invite comparison both in quality and price j Jl C t Y f Our stocks are just now replenished and we were never able to better supply your wants with r L i c1anJfreshsummer merchandise r i r We have some specials in Wash Suits we would like for you to see Also some specials in Li r Ladies Skirts and Waists i x f 6 We are well supplied with Uptodate Suits for Men and Boystandcan save you money as we t T do not want to carry thsegoods to another season H rt f jP Our Carpet Department was never so brimming full of bargains as now The Spring 4ftnd i i you are needing a Carpet or Rugr we can save you moneyrr fi IfFr1f Wbug4taSlcl s outt line of Trunks and vtQnbangsnore Trunks than you 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months without mending 1 Box Four Pairs in a Box If our 12 LOUIS world one our with abk offer The JeIki wear A1 Experts Opinion 01 Skin fits eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar oxpcHenceease to conquer as Eczema Yet ho does not hesitate to recommend Zemoas a most successful remedy for the treat diseasesdandrudother diseases of tho skin and scalp Ho quailticsthat it is clean liquid remedy for oxter nal use A great improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladly supply those who call with a free samplo bottle of Zrmo nnd a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yoursat homo elf with Zemo tf For Sale parkApply ifJA TODD Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 21n1y For Sale I have several good building lots for salo located on Lancaster and Breck Ave Location drainage ect the very apartmenthouseterested in purchase please call on the owner Mrs IX M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf A Millionaires Baby attended by the highest juiced baby ipocialtst could not be cured of stomachs or bowel tronho any quicker or inrer Mian your baby II you give it MctieeV Dady Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysen ary antI all drancrmena of the itomnch or howlrs P iwj 23c Bud 60c Sold by ILL Perry Jy im Js To FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky A Golden Wedding means that man awl uf have lived lo a good old aj and en seiuety hue tokeepheaUnTits duty 30 diys out of iUVi The only way to do this iso kroo Hillatd8 Her iino in the houso and take it wliHiiever Your liver gets inn clive 50c a bottle Sold by H L Perry lyim Farm For Sale As executor of David Ghenault deceased I will sell privately the home pikeThisin Madison county situated one mile cast of Richmond The farm consists of thirty acres of finest blue grass soil n the county and is especially suitable or lobaccD On same is H modern reel dencovlbeight rooms hall alcand ill nssaryoutbuikflngs and an bun dance jt running water In addition to cisterns On the farm ftralse a verlltM orchard oan kinds of traIt and a tare quantity of locust AHjwte desiring to App11tOMrs IO ChenMilfl4iehos Iyw ltrStarved TO DhWDMeoaWtnthlUUjUldolalUY llKaDd QrlliCramYrnibiU t 1tar I fl r 11 BOTH ACCEPT INVITATIONS p PrntmtTlft lid Rwmlt If OIi YIUey ExposllIw 1 OTHER KOTED MEN TO ATTEND Governors of Various States and Mayors of Cities oY the Ohio Val ley Promise Support to the Enter prise and Express Their Intentions of Visiting Cincinnati During the Great Exposition Cincinnati 0 Special Whlli no foreign potentates fif visitors tit royal birth have as yet aiinCiinced their intention of attending the Ohio Valley Exposition which will be held hero nexl tall a sufficient number of acceptances t6 invitations have been received fromnoted men of America to make the absence of foreign nota- bleS felt not at all One of the first promises to attend the Exposition from men of international reputation was received from President Taft who besides praising the objects for helddthetimetial enterprtafei Following the accept otherstrUthGoverhtJl HarmbDi of Ohio Governor Glasscock of West Virginia Governor Marshall of Indiana Governor Pattorson of Tennessee and Gover nor Wlllson of Kentucky Later came assurances from all the mayors of tho cities of tho Ohio Valley promising their support to the enterprise and expressing their intentions GUARDING AMERICANS IN TROPICS S gunboat Paducah in the present revolution In Nicaragua America A ducah will be shown Ohio Aug to yield of 41 bushels per acre was secured In Mississippi Tennessee Texas Louisiana and Arkan sas similar good results have been obtained by scientific cultivation so that it is a reasonable estimate to make that 45 bushels to the acre caD be secured with proper care and at tention Many cotton planters are turning other staples as part OS their annual crops because of the blighting work of the cotton bOTh weevil and those who have token up the growing of corn are finding that It promisee more than any othef product Tho display of Southerli grown corn at the Ohio Valley Exp eltlon promises to be comprehensive and of excellent quality and those assembling this exhibit declare that it will compare every way wltb the best examples that will be offered by growers the Ohio Valley or tho prairie states POWER BOAT OF CONCRETE NOW BEING CONSTRUCTED Cincinnati O Special What probably will be the first boat built concrete navigating by Its own power will soon be constructed la this city for use on the Miami and Erie canal during the Ohio Valley Exposition which opens Aug 29 and closes Sept 24 This boat vrlll ba built on plans devised on Information received from the United States War Department in regard to the construe tlon of barges of concrete tot nso on the Panama canal work It haaj been found thsj barges thfe kind can be constructed more economically than wooden barges and that tlfeyi aro just as easily as ordlnarx barges with the advantage that they can be more readily cleaned of sea parasites than wooden barges The method of construction Is similar to that employed in erecting concrete buildings in that the concrete la spread over wire framework making a perfectly rigid and waterproof sut face throughout- It is planned to utilize this boat to tow pleasure barges also constructed of concrete on the canal during the Exposition the barges be brilliant ly Illuminated and each supplied with musicians a sort of continuous water carnival being thus inaugurated the beauty of which will be augmented the canal and brilliant illumination DoltNowRi- chmond People Should Wait Until It Is Too Late tI The app lIIn leathrato fron ktfn y disease is due In most cases to the fact that the little kidney troubles ale usually neglected until they become to flues The plight Bvmptona give rlal toclironic disorders and the sou rer Roes gradually into the grasp of dia betes dropiy Eiitfhtd disease gravel or some other ee Ions firm of kidney conpsiht If you snlTer from beck ache head chsdizzy spell i if the kidney aerra tioes aeirrrgular ef laYxa 1l1u8 natural appearenePi do not delay Hftlp tle kidneys at once DoeRS Kidney Pills are especlcllv foi kidney ksorfiprsIh4y cure when rtliew Jail Ov = r oiip hHRiliei tbou sal people lii T r HHmendeJ lhmHens itt NDneitJ JanTeHt1 in Chill Vicinity MttnihewiWtc Mfl tt1tI srave In Y 1V- Ohlfnr eiIsiaKtTivPjIig Ieei HSW mnh4Disnsj4nFP- iii4tIj m in iMt tdobtW I would Iwaliw were H not for them iKm MOfaMM to e Biy name and MY th bihyNvMIlI00 NeW StatesMemsabeittxka tw otlMr jylm jt- I Str t 8T H tfoflthi Jtc1 oil Muddy- Orselt Ii Meet ftltj wstgts1c am 400 UJILG oLI SOOTHS CORK EXHIBIT WILL CREATE FURORE mNottht Big Futirenf the ttlo YiHey Exposition Cincinnati O Special The general Impression that the Middle West has monopoly on the raisins of corn promises to receive Its qui etus at the Ohio Valley Exposition be held in Cincinnati from Aug 29 to Sept 24 In assembling the Indus trials products and resources which will make up the Southern exhibit at the Exposition the representatives of the various railroads In the South are giving particular attention to securing examples of the South natural w 1tbot Which the outside world knfiwf little t nothing Ard working along this plan special ef forts are being made to secure a large and classy exhibit of ern grown In various sections of Dixie with the Idea of Impressing visitors the Exposition that the South will grow anything that any other section can produce and in Just as high quality For some years the matter of experimenting with the growing of corn has been progressing tho South with the result that experts now boldly announce that with proper application and the employment of uptodato methods of cultivation the South can be made the greatest corn producing section Of America Ro ports froth the Department of Agrl culture in Washington tit interest ing figures on this experimental WorK In South Carolina a boy devoting Ml his tlmO and knowledge to cord planting ahd cultivating succeeded Id raising 152 bushels td the acre in a section whero the average yield was but 16 bushels per acre In Yin ginia nearly 1000 acres were planted and cultivated under improved meth ods with the result that an average Tho U which is figuring prominently Central model of the Pa at the Valley Exposition In Cincinnati from 29 Sept 24 Alabama to in of of of handled to if in Yon to to in of coming to Cincinnati to spend some time during the Exposition Within the past few days another trump card has been played by the Exposition in securing the promise of Former President Roosevelt to come to Cincinnati during the time of the Exposition Colonel Roeseveit is de sirous of coming here lor several reasons It was his groatuncle Nicholas Roosevelt who built the first steamboat that navigated the Ohio rivet she being launched Just 100 years agoIn 1810and it being par tially In commemoration of this event that the exposition is being held It also was in Cincinnati In 1902 that Colonel Roosevelt then president of the United States made his first public official declaration in favor of Improvement of Inland wa terwaysa plan of conservation which has resulted among other things In the building of the Fern bank dam in the Ohio river near Cincinnati the completion of which also will be celebrated by the Exposition It is expected that Colonel Roosevelt will spend several days In the city during the Exposition as the guest of his aouin law Congressman Nicholas Longworth FAMOUS POTTERY MAY GIVE DEMONSTRATIONS Cincinnati OSpeelalEffortsa- re being made to have the Rook wood Pottecy Cincinnatis famous home of ceramics place a working model In the Ohio Valley Exposition lit is the boast of the Rookwood management that I produces no dupli cates that every piece of art ware produced by its associates is an orig inal U this display is made it will show bow the various kinds of vases and other pieces are fashioned and It Is believed that arrangements can can be made by which prospective buyers may be allowed to place their autographs upon such pieces as they may select and have them decorated glazed and produced later on This practice has been pursued with a number of noted actresses and actors who have visited the Rookwood Potteries including lime Schumann Helnck Eleanor Robson Madame Modjeska E S Willard end others and it is believed that it would odd much to the attractiveness and gen eral interest of the ceramic display it the Exposition A Contended Woman ia always found in the oami house with Ballards Snow Liniment It keeps every member of the family free from aches and pains it heals cuts burns and scnlctsa id cures rheumaittm neuralgia lumbago ami all muscular Boraes9 an4 stiffness 2V 50c and 100 a bottle Kyld tiy ilL P rry jylm The Fair Never in the history of the county were such efforts made to make a fair successful as are being made by the officers of the fair this year They have spared neither ti1l18or money mar ranginza program that should appeal to every oneThe premiums offered areliberal and would do credit to a much larger organization There are things for the children Things for tho women and Ihingsfer the men Among other rings that wilt be shown the first tiny will be the Xtoiivtry Outfit This it a jood opporttmHy for the IOCH RUM chants to got some jflimdkl kdverttse meets and at the SIMM time win a liberal premium The program ill crowded with good things s ehafith 3350 stake w tIta3 up added Tobwro Day whoa Judge pJlear and o AO- S ywUJlpeak andIleVn jlOO premiums The cfttabgu w 1ithWaM goMn out jby this ottoe jg redyfordie tthetla Hc1 bed1wiybof nkofitaff and kt M ach ot the psaaIia etMlipass a possible AUUI1I WMl cwaivml attnwUoM will be on band aodthe ohfldrw win U u-e bOIiUi8 heat a in tiMfitte 1MB M K tart M fated HMr iiMifttw mim MM1t fMfM tM MK cMIiCora FrM eoatption of relief such as hot or c ldwaterOfl tbreakfastwhen these fail andpurgative tkreuchttleee resultsosensibleapose you are trying Jb accomplish Such IiDrresultsbowelmuscleswork normally to that In the end you kindsThat sowillthereIsyourmaine ItItdotmtr Mttlo of your druggist and con ttmeuntlleurdose te siasHl It U pleasant to the taste prompUyeJrectiveAhdJJlflfley wlH be refunded cenffrtsimilartijinpleasantwteJteneraDyDr maydesireabsolutelyfree detaiLForname and address OB a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B Caldwell U600 Cald well building MonticellO IlL STOCKTON SON Kentucky Fair Dates Richmond July 20 21 22 23 lioron August 4 5 and J Madisonviilo July 10s days Henderson July 2G5 days Lancaster July 273 days Versailles August 3tdays Danville August 33 days Lexington August 8G days Taylorsville August 91 days Unionlown August 05 days llarrodsburg August 94 days Vanceburg August 10 days Lawrenccburg August 164 days Shephcrdsvillc August 173 days Broodhcad August 17r3 days Ewing August 171 days Sholbyville August 231 days London August 231 days Erlangor August 241 days Nicholaville August 3041 days Fern Creek August 30rl days lIar ln5burg August 30i days Barbourville August 7112 days Florence September 63 days Monticello September 641 days Hodgenvillo September 61 days Fulmoutli September 281 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 12G days James Hunley Will buy or sell 3rour 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 ed Its poor policy to wait untill you have a fire to begin linking about insurance Do it now We writo the best policies tf Dan II Breck For Sale Barred Plymothrock and Leghorn eggs for sale 9100 per sotting of 15 eggs Al so African gooso eggs 50c a piece I can spars two or three pairs of geese ItJcE9mtCYou cnn buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cfieapnnd on easy tcrfts from R A B All LOW Agent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him about The Badges Steersman 525tf 25 per cent off eash for bundle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it J 27 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf The Climax Si per year J R PenningtonDentist Office next door Government build ing Richmond Ky 25 per cent off cash for bundle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St Ring 52 13tf Nothing is so Beautiful FOR SUMMER CLOTHING A- SHand Embroidery 0Miss Eva Roberts carries everything new in patterns and supplies Her prices lire reasonable and work guaranteed Residence FinVst rear White Wines drug store Eggs Eggs Eggs We arale the market for all the fresh clean eggs you ca bring its Tide is season lor Morlnf asHi w wiUjwjr yen the highe t market JHM pott Anw Mocwy to Loan on GoodTFarnj Lands i FJTitfIlfnMI et itthItefMtIae ea Wetrhii Aply IJi IIki Attyltiebm 1aa1etwo store hooM eae isIPriwtvljr l K 4Odbfcm B k0ew U the HMlwt A LIULJdI J Mowers and Rakes The Walter A Wood A little the best Mower ever put on the market If you are interested come and take a look at the Mower that is not controlled by the Trust Douglas Simmons Deattap EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing and GutteringN- ew Place on Second Street Telephone 20 HERSCHEDE GIFT BOOK IT is a vexing matter to decide upon the right gift for Wedding Birth day Anniversary Yuletide Etc The illustrated Herechede Gift Bookmakes the choice a real pleasare It displays the most elaborate JewelrySterlingCorrespondence Department offers prompt and exact service The Gift Book will be mailed on request Herschede Hall Clocks fited wlh I CbimCIoCatalotr tubular bells reproduce the famous skin cuts or a scar alt any Your sells it thoI SILVERSMITHS JEWELERS GOLDSMITHS The Frank Herschede Co Kcridiedo Fourth StEatt CINCINNATI OHIO SooihB itching burns without Cures jnllfF eczema rheum itching Donns Ointment druggist JTlm BY or Saddle Stallion Mare or any lige uuuu u200 00 Harness Stallion Mare or Gold lug any 100 00 Saddle Stallion Mara or 3 years old or underuu 100 00 Selections wffl be gent to who make themselves known a reliable through their Cincinnati reference BIdg Heals I suffered habitually from constipa lion Doans RrRUlets relieved and strougtlicned the bowles that they have been ever slllceA E Davis grocer Sulphur Spring Tex Some Specimens of Premiums OFFERED TILE Madison County Fair Association July 20 21 22 and 23 WO Without Entrance DeductionsGelding agouGelding regular Roadster Stallion Mare or Geld ing any ago3100 00 Foals of 1910 either sex 10000 Plantation Saddle Horses u 100 00 CHAMPIONSHIP 5 per cent to nominate 5 per cent deducted Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 500 00 200000 in liberal class premiums for Horses Mules and Jacks Xo Entranco No Deductions Fiiiu Music by the First Regiment Band of Louisville Indestructible The clear full brilliant tone of Columbia Indcstruc tible Cylinder Records is the best reason for their grow- i ing popularity b But its a fine thing to know they cant break no matter how careless you may be and that they will never wear out no matter how many times you play them 35 cents I Call for a catalog I A splendid repertoire to choose from andjre arej I adding to it right along James A Parke First Scot Richmond Ky 9 I r iew QuartetWearewtablished iu our new quarteraiitt the 6kl City Hill butldJng arid ar ltoiter j sepftr ed hn ever to care foryur skijw Bring us your Hicle Furs a d Iron Fie3 Groceri 2 ind Vegetables in swaaon i 1 zirinaii Grocery pallJI i wl1 ir t2Iurrr f 47tqIIJ Dr-J 1 TZT 71 N 4 Smart Clothes For Ladies and Misses will be found in Mrs J M Barlows Readytowear Parlor in Building with Mr F J Ycagers Jewelry Store 218 West Main Street Come inwill be glad to show you my now line of Ladies Readytowear in the Latest Styles and Materials When you set my prices they will surprise you and youll come back again L l 1 J George English 1 PLUMBING I Ii Doctor for 1 Gds and Gasoline Engines t Agents for JolmsoirBesfcM System of Water Works for country and suburban hom 1210 E Main Street sl619j RICHMOND KENTUCKY l a+ Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city ret dence and place yourlelf in a position to get the latest market quotations a any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service whici you and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the bene headquartersNl8hiIlerate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately MlssiseIppLouisianaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated L Marischen UILT tt J ii i r rfJ Y Necessary s which with other- typewriters extra price or else built as parts ma Spring Planting Time has now arrived and you should not delay 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expensive attachments to make them complete To buy a typewriter without laTeitigating the L C SMITH BROS would be like buying silver without looking for the II Sterling mul- eS for She Free Ittutnttei Book L C SMITH BROS Typewriter Company 414 MAIN STREET CINCINNATI OHIO Women Suffer OarduiforIlhzefrrelieve headache backache pain in the side and diz morethanten to say that itcured th- emIAKECAD UIJ- Ifrs It Will Help You Maxwell ohnsozi Tampa Fla smtee Cards cured sufferingIesnythatitj iozandJair triiL tr 1riIhBtwhllIWfetatall1 jJ m aN l CHILDREN PROMrNENP- IN EXPDSIiION PLAs ExiiibitiM of Pijyirwri Work On Music Hall State Isl Cincinnati OSpecla1It doubtful that In making plans for an Industrial exposition children were ever so prominently recognized as in tie case of the Ohio Valley Exposl tion which will bo held In this city From Aug 29 to Sept 24101 only does the plan bt amusements for the Exposition contemplate a number of attractions that will appeal as strong lto tho younger generation adults but In tim arranging olbeIseveral Music Hall features have been adopted which will children to display their abilities along various lines In the writing of the popular romantic opera Paolet ta0 which WIlL bo given at Music Hall during tho tlrno of the Expos tlori the composer Plctro Floridlo and the librettist Paul Jones ar ranged for the introduction of chil dren these to be recruited principally from tho magnificent chorus of child voices that made the Childrens Cru sade during tho recent May Festival BO conspicuous a success On the afternoons when no performances of tho opera are being given the stage of Music Hall will be turned over to the children it being arranged that on ttro afternoons of each week there shall be an exhibition of programed playground work such as is being conducted on the various playgrounds of the city by experts In this line of work two afternoons to bo devoted to callsthtnlc and athletic work by the boys and the girls classes of tho leading Turner Society of the city and one afternoon each week to a series of fairy plays In which only children to the number of moro than ono hundred will take part The re hearsals for these various features are well under way promising most complete and interesting perform ances in tho various lines In the way of amusements for children out side of the Musla Hall attractions there will be a midget cirrus in which all of the fifty performers are Lillputlans and oven the ponies and dogs are or the smallest size cbtaln able Other attractions in the amuse ment section will appeal strongly to the younger clement so that the Ex position as a wholo will offer as much entertainment and amusement to the seeker for pleasure as it will to him who is interested chiefly in Industrial and commercial displays BLOODED WORKHORSES IN THE PRIZE PARADE f Cincinnati QSpecia1Even at this early date the owners of classy work horses In the Ohio Valley are beginning to pay special attention to their stock with the view of having them properly groomed and dlsposl tloncd for the big parade of work horses to be given under the aus pices of the Ohio Humane Society In connection with tho Ohio Valley Ex position in Cincinnati next fall For some years this society has been en deavoring to carry out a plan by which owners of horses who have treated their animals kindly and OF Music pictured above firot on opening day drivers who through their ability and gentleness have remained the em ployment of ono firm for a long peiiod might bo rewarded Tho Ohio Valley Exposition offers them their for distribution of about J2500 money and medal premiums tho mals showing proper treatment will be taken Into consideration with hard condition as another Is sue The highest prize will be f25 which will be given to the drivei showing the longest continuous service with one owner or firm There will lie medal prizes for single double three four five and sixteam spans of horses for single and double mule spans and for ponies Saving Money cock returned to the al1othet11miUion set apart from the public funds to assist in defraying the expenses of the postal service This a total of 85000000 thus returned since Janaury The Postmaster General believes the financial returns covering1 the operations of the present fis cal year will show a reduction of more than 10000000 in the total annual deficit which amounted in 1909to 17500 000 The amount returned today leaves the deficit inthe current fiscal year 5500000 as compared with 14500000 last year Closing OutSale As assignee of Golden Flora It U announce to tho public that I have 011 hand a handsome flue of monuments ami gravfc Markers titt must dispose of once regardless of costS ttO IL Pro As1gne It J int Wt H o 0 r a j RERT R REXNOL U51l- DIrectS the Mmmoth I IndustjI EnterprIs Robert R Reynolds President of the Ohio Valley Exposition which will conduct the comprehensive In- dustrIal Exposition to be held at CIn- cinnati from Aug 29 to Sept 24 The Exposition is especially designed to bring about closer commercial rela tions between tho Ohio Valley and the South BIG HOBOKEN FIRE TO BE One of the Features of the Ohio Valley Exposition Cincinnati O Special Ar rangements been perfected and work begun for the reproduction for exhibition purposes of one of the most famous fires in history tho burning of tho big steamship docks and several oceangoing vessels at Hobokcn N J several years ago It has long boon an established fact that the vast general public would rather see a fire than witness any other kind of spectacle that might be offered them In the line of a catas trophe or calamity This is evidenced at every ringing of tho lire bells which bring spectators fromiar and near to see tho machines run and to witness tho work of the firemen after the scene of the conflagration is reached When the spectacle Fighting tho Flames was produced some years ago by Claude Hagen tho wellknown purveyor of publlc muse ments It was thought that the acmo of realltim in shows of this kind had been reached But it seems that greater16pectacular Hagen who has discovered this His plans for a firo show entitled Fighting Flames on Ship and Shore have been accepted by the Ohio Valle Exposition and under the direction ot the inventor the work of installing this thrilling spectacle Is now going on the plans call- Ing for Its erection on the banks of the canal andfcontracts making it imperative that work shall be I HOME NEW AMERICAN OPERA I Cincinnati Hall will ba tho scene of tim writtenon Monday night Aug 29 the of the Exposition in prizesIsthe in In gentleworking cash PostmasteriGeneralliitch makes wish at jt MI REPRODUCED have some weeks before the Icompleted the Exposition on Aug 29 perfect performance may be given when this big industrial en terprisels thrown open to the public Fighting Flames on Ship and Shore will show how the fire on the Hobo ken docks was combatted by the fire fighters on land and by tho flrebdats of the New York department There will be thrilling leaps from the masts of ships into the water miraculous escapes exciting scenes in which passengers and firemen will take partin fact as perfect a reproduc tion of that mammoth marine confla gration as can possibly be pictured Several hundred people will be em ployed in the production which will be given in a prominent Iccatlon in the amusement section of the Exposi tion Cure Your- Dandruff Vhy Because it is annoying untidy And mostly because it almost invariably leads to baldness Cure it and save Iwithimproved formula Stop this formation of dandruff Does not change the color of the hair Formula wnh oooh bottle Show it to your irLI01It IIIJI It certainlydostroys the germs which are the original cause of dandrcff Having given this ad naturccprnpletes tht cure Tba scalp is restored to a perfectly hcaithcprdition IU bY1ho CA1 ILow c I CST On lied louse or tosoii pikoSuntlay a babys white cloak Return tp rAMcKcnisie I May Coal Co+Kiphindaa IYr tf 7 Lost Last BKniliiy between cite Ghrktteri tajtQSurlbun1Itor with pearls iironnd Llbewl reward fot ksrwturn U this oitlce 4iMtketP wI iifi c Farm Notes- A Montgomery cDUBty farmer bought three gilts payin 27 for them PrOm these hogs hegot meat for a large family the value of the butchered hogs being fully 225 He sold ten slioats averaging 219 pounds for 219 and has three sows lefton with eight pigs and one due to farr w in a few days all valued at 75 A total of 510 from investment of S27in one year All of which goes to show that it pays to raise hogs now days In Montgomery county dur ing the last week the follwing sales of cattle were made for delivery in September S English Anderson sold 150 1500 lb steersto S S Co of New York City at 7 cents Biggstaff Cockrell sold 140 1450 lb steers to same party at 7 cents Col Gatewood sold 100 1450 lb steers to Ixjbus 6 Co of Indianapolis at 7 cts j A S Hart sold to local buyers 98 1450 Ib cattle to Swift Co of Chicago at 7 cents Exported cattle R E Tif ton sold ICO 1450 lb steers to S S Co New York City at 7 cent Sharp Bros sold 165 1450 Ib cattle to Swift Cot of Chicago at 7 cents The Winchester SunSen tinal makes some telling points in the following editorial Kentucky could learn some valuable lessons from the newer States Colorado for instance There is but one tax collector for each county He collects all the taxes on the property assessed and distributes the money to the respective departments For this he gets one per cent of the amount collected We pay six or seven times as much for collecting taxes in Kentucky In traveling through Col orado last year we were im pressed by the good roads Upon inquiry we were informed that convicts made the roads We saw them at work on the roads but did not know that they were convicts they wore no strips and there were no guards If they leave they are recaptur ed and returned to prison walls The work on the out side is so much more agreeable that wdwere informed by the officials that it was rare that es ape was attempted low would it do to elect practical men for the next Legislature to succeed the politicians t The Farmer and Wheat Fairly authentic statements to date indicate 6nc of the largest wheat crops ever har vested this year It is esti mated however that the yield will be about 35000000 bush els less than in 1909 Logic ally the price ought to be nigher now than it was then yet it is about 45 certs lower The pulehriutudinous Ptt ten pardonIwe say made the farmers believe lasl year that the bins empty and the crop short and promised two dollar wheat As a matter of fact theman behind the plow got about half that and incidentally Manipulator Pat ten benevoenty assimilated a few paltry million of dol larsrrhis year he and the Chicago clique tried the game over again The last gouging made the farmer somewhat more wary however and the corner failed and wheat for July delivered on June 1 be vhelcbyPatten and a half to the debit side of his ledger Gamblers grain are in the same class with grafters iu government fin chises and special privileges The day is coming when the pinched proletariat will boost the bunch of patriots of the prevailing party out of office It commences to looks as if it hadone eye open now True Too True There arc rnoce persons who sponge Irorn newspapers than from any oth tf source When Tt man comes into tht world he receives IIee ad when he dies his bad debts are overlooked by the charitable editor Alj durlng his life Lu asks and te eiesifavors rom th e newspapers 1ftlteJ speak wntjbJ4ering1 notice is rebpiVfed iftst lence If hi acts sire cnticis eUhe talks of a suit for daaMfe He desires riayor abks jMeutiori in be dearest itoften In fcl some Wen have ait idea that a newspaper ii run extremely tofeeep then efij pbUcau4 oo- 4 Mr BeJmsGoodWork l Private Secretary iGeorge L Willis of Comijressman Harvey Helm hMreturnedt- Q his omeat Shelby ville As Congress h adjourned Mr Helm is expected home very shortly In an interview ina Shelby yule paper Mr Willis told of some the splendid work for his cpnstituency accomplish edby Mr Helm during the term just closed The Congressman from the Eight is one of tho hardest workers in the nationajl body and is al ways found on the job when the interest of his people are concerned Mr Willis said U1r Helm has been excep tionally fortunate for a member of the minority during the last days of the session He made an appropiatioa of 60000 to build a public build ing at werencburg on the 75000 site that has been al ready purchased under his last session bill for that town and what seemed to please him most of all was the victory he and other minority members of the Insular Af fairs Committee won for the island of Porto Rica They changed the admistration bill that sought to make that island a dependency upon the White Housea victim of Wall Street and the sugar trusts and forced from them almost perfectterritorialgov ernment for the worthy people of that island He devoted more time to the preperation and delivery of his speech against the Ship Subsidy grab than to any of his speeches at this session and that bill has been sidetracted for the present The leaders in both parties Washington believe there is certain to be a demo cratic House next time Cuban Club 10 cents Passenger Airships The fist regular airship service was inaugurated June 22 when Count Zeppelins great craft Deutschland car Iying twenty passengers suc cessfully madethe first sched ualtrip from Friedrichshafen to DusseldorfThe is three hun dred miles and it was made in nine hours The weather was perfect and the motors worked fruitlessly The aver age time maintained for tile complete course was approxi mately 33 miles an hour Count Zeppelin was at the helm when the Deutschlan arose at Friediichaf n at 3 o elpck a m vTha passengers were some of the American Steamship Company and the German Stock Company joint owners of the dirigible and gues The route was via Stutt gart Mannheim and Cologne to Dusseldorf It had been carefully marked out in advance and was followed ex actlyThe hour and minute of the prqbable passing of various points was bulletined ahead sonot only the cities on the line filled the streets but inhahi tants of all inter mediate villages turned out and cheered enthusiastically as the immense tornadolike structure drove over their heads at a liigiitof between 200 and 300 feet Regular trips will be made and many tickets have al ready been sold for the few days at from 25 to 50 each Dissolution Notice Tho firm of McJaughcy iS Moberly has been dissolved by mutual consent 3Ir 3IcGaujhoy having purchased the interest of Mr Jlobcriy and the business will be continued under the name of the JSshlosel Studio l rQ8SUMMERCQMFORT COOK WIIII545 cHAP11wEg CtfNl tQUr Richnond WtQUL CCo Jl H e BQTY SURVEYOR solicits patronage pf those needing ser vices of a competent man Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY R EffimettMiUion loccesor to Wurgm k Ilen- nyDENTIST Orer SUta Bur Treat Company TELEPHONE 298 A VANr rricYLA JUOHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op ioate Court House on Main btreet Harry M Blanton DENTIST OMce III Dean tt Bttl1In- inly lELrPqoP4s tM Dr C H Mainhart I Graduate McnilIJpp Veterinary icllege or Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon Office at J 11 Azbills Stable Office Phono 90 lies Ihone 532 r Richmond Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building O D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Olsen nits grocery Mrs Maude Mackey Walker Hair Dressing Parlor Bring your combings and have them made into a braid transformationpieces puffs and other hair pieces I can afford to do this work at a reasonable price with my now machinery which incurs greater rapidity and less expense Hair dyed braids restored to original color Highest prices paid for combings Olllce phone 515 home phone 202 Two doors above Stocktons drug store 42Mm Cheapest accident insuranceDr Thomas Electic Oil Stops the pain and heals the wound All druggists sell it jy 1m Travelers Madison National Bank sells Travel ers checks issued by First National Bank of Chicago Good tho world over jnolS tt For Sale Fifteen male Duroc shoats weigh about 85 pounds AVm Park It F D No 4 Richmond Ky j15 It The wise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan II Breck has the best police tf Coal = Go- alCoal All kinds of Coal for the coming change of season Why wait until tile last Get your coal now and be prepared for what might come Why not try our Celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal An order will convince you that this coal is the best you have ever us- edSlTlidrpeCo Hay Corn Oats Straw ASPEN AVENUE Phone 184 Beef Clubs Farmers Butchers ==NOTICEif f f I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right 411t Ring phone 363 M WIPES RICHMOND KENTUCKYr 4 A I Good Things to Eat I That an we carry Whether its a IStpie like sugar or a fancy table deli I fr like imported ch r1 in a quality absolut lJdndable J Icacystand product examination that enters this storek t fz article is chosen from many offered because It hu proved f IEach or merit I brand competes for preference gains a place on our shelves I if it 4alls to measure up to our high standard of quality I of the recent successful contest I 4rOnerepresentation in our line is I ELECTA Iy COFFEE tt 5 I smooth aod dainty blend 1i4 rrarkctI In using Electa Coffee on are sure of the finest quatltya satisfaction that in I itself would make Electa worth more IthaDothercoffccs any ever drank I before Youll like the rousing flavor I ithe clarions aroma Iand I IT a t e and S om I t I Telephone 35 I i r IRepresentative of the National Cooperative itRealty Company i i TJn1 HIGGINS 258 E Main Street Richmond Kyk jfI have opened my Real Estate office and wilt be glad iSj receive your list of For Sale or Rent Property City Property ror Farm Lands Have arranged to have well advertised in home papers and National properlYI RENTS COLLECTED You can plow onethird more ground and n ltiStl f yourself or horses with the J I CASE vfjR- iding Cultivator J W t 7 THE GENUINE Walking Brown Cultivator 1will last longer and do better work than any Walk ing Cultivator on the market S511- Call and let us show you why I t IL B Shackelford O CcjiiiJj i Sterlil1g i T Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES t1 ii iliStBerch Tailored Ready to- j r tShrmlj iyJI50 Years experience the factory guarantee in jfL suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock J in city to select from Fine Line New Style HatsPirdshug t Cases Trunks TTmbrellag etc at lowest prkes frr kifk cktsgs L ai r Ja B1 Stouffer f1 QL4st WLh4 LQtht d JaI1 Maui ii Lii4 1 ji j f f rZ8 i u i k t M7 r 4 t t i S M ft1- S l- I t r F 1r I wIV n Y Ine or QU i h4vftj ado preparations by putting in the ncryequipment to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Triinnofing- j I have made this addition believing our numy customers wt nld apprecl ato our efforts to take care of all ne ted repairs for vehicles Brtofriyour carriage buggy or wagon and have it repaired painted and trimmedand made goodas new If you need now RubberIlres on your old vehicle a porfoc i ob is guaranteed at this shop All work guaranteed both as to workmaoiship and prices James A Moores= TilE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING Of course you want the best results To in sure success b- uySEEDS from us We have every variety of the best brands all fresh new and clean You cant be too particular in selecting seed Come to us and you will make no mistake JAMES B PARKE 10AS1I STORE Staple and Fancy GroceriesIPhone G24 FIRST STREET All the Ne- wCreationsIn fine Dry Goods Notions etc are now on display at my store We have given deep thought and much time to the selection of these goods and are proud of our assortments p We Please You in Style and Price In euery sale we guarantee perfect satisfaction In every particular We are very anxious for you to see these goods and extend a cordial inyitation to come to our store and let us prove our assertion that we have the very latest and most attractive goods brought to this section of the state NV WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc HERSCHEDE GIFT BOOKrIT flt1dayBook makes the choice a real pleasure It displays the roost elaborateI JewelrySterling ThoGiftHersckcde Hall ClocksSeTectoez be cent to those utulularowCatalogSILVERSMITHS JEWELERS GOLDSMITHS The Frank Herschede Co Hcrtcbedo Bid Fourth St East CINCINNATI OHIO I Have Fifty Bran New Silk Dresses t jn tin From I 750 to 3000i- mTaffelw Foulards and Tussa and Rajah They Were sent here to elIat the price ComeT jumping Jots of Good Things Here 4j 1 JB Walker It 9 s r Fitting by Mrs Moore the best J 1 KyUr irii qti n The mo invingpacb m Richmond bfltf the warm weather Is RZCGttS Ice Crei- I PARLOi Candies Fruits and Vegetables iresh from the best markets daily Meals served any hour day ornight tilllll a Dont get the idea into youi mind that al yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres dlways one yard that leads is better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building Material Come in and let us convince you that ours is tnat yard your perplexities will end and your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY i Tel pbone425Near L k Depot The Best in Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store We gathered from everywhere good and well Today wo are asking your opinion of our stock as whole We ask for criticisms request your critical looking And when you have seen and bought wo are surd you willcarry away an impression that will bo suro to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or look just as you please and if you only look youro welcome L E LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and extend a cordial invitation to the public to call and see us Wo also have daily FUESII VEGETABLES in tact everything to bQound in a first class grocery Cull and inspect our goods and we are confident you will give us a share of your business lackey 4 Todd Telephone 62 Opera House Building The Man Who Sins the Checks toknowtbatthemoneyto they are presented Our methods are safe and conser vative The lure of large profits does nofcinduce us loan on or invest In doulitful securities If you wan to feel that your money is safe we solicit your account STATE BANK TRUST CO a FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenue one of the most beautiful streets in Rich mond Ky and contains 3 rooms and hall upstairs and 4 rooms hall kitchen pantry front and back porch a splendid cellar with concrete floor well drained good coal house stable and other outbuildings All the wood work on interior of house is finished in natural wood and rooms are hand somely papered For particulars roll on W L LEEDSAT THE SAME PLACE WOODLAND AVENUE RICHMOND KENTUCKY I MOTHERS DoitFailBaby WindQ T THIS WEEK The SC1ke1StifdiO McGaughey Moberky j j AR E1 Your rstediriLumberLath Shingles Doors 55ash Etc If so see l ToddEdwards Lumber Coi- mw tiSStl siI j J QuEEMTsMY flaflY W1L A aWry Approritte Fjwn tk An nals ef Irwh Rylty Ttoe ng r otJCl8c OoIm WM terri We Tw4wMtftbt toraeeo itHl adctMM MWM 11111 ea oc look her in 1lHt face u 4 spsk to towawl wbat be ootnele ssy to her then was that she was a stem and 1 dtegnu to Mm bat mra what ceoU eecpect anyhow whn he was haoo todoWltoot a vtc 4 Ny1 beggar or a race of iejfgsw iQetusays j Ue and dress yosfself sad leave my sight and my casOe for evermore Very welf and geod me lord says SHY says she Im ready 1 was prepared for this as youll remember before ever 1 inarrlcd you but says she you remember your agreement three back burdens of the greatest val uables I chooSj to carry out of your castle at my lavin- Tblrtytbrcc r says he 9f you like Twill bo a cheap price to get rid of you Thanky me tort says she Ill only ask three And before Ive got them out maybo youll think Its enough What la the first back burden you choose says he A back burden1ets she of gold silver diamonds and jewelry- In a short time the king had a bur den of them piled qn her that near almost broke her back and with It she went out over the drawbridge When sho laid It down and come back In again says the king says he What will your second back burden bo For my second back burden says she hoist up on me our baby boy The king gave a groan thatd rent rocks But ho wasnt the man to be daunted before any woman He lifted with his own hands the boy In whom his heart was wrapped up and scttln his teeth bard put him on Saavs shoulders Sho carried him out over the drnwbrldge When she come back again says Colm says hoNow then name your third and last burden and were done with you forever thank Godij Says Sanv says she Get on me back yourself King Colm and his good Queen Saav lived ever after the happiest and most contented couple that Ireland ever knew a parable for all kings and queens and married couples In the na tion Saav lived and died the wittiest as her husband lived ever after and died tho Justest and most generous most reasonable sensible affable and amiable king that Ireland ever knew Everybodys Magazine Whistler Let Them Wait Whistlers laxity In the matter of engagements was notorious No one ever knew If he were coming or not to affairs But his polntof view is ex plahied In blS nnsvjr toa frIend ot his who knew that je had an engage ment to dlno with somo swells Ina distant part of London and who felt that it was most impolitic for Whistler to qffcnd them It was growing late and yet Whistler was painting away madly Intently My dear fellow he said to him at last It is frightfully late and you have to dine with Lady Su haone Dont you think youd better stop Stop fairly shrieked Whistler Stop when everything Is going beautifully Go and stuff myself with dis gusting food when I can paint like this Never Never Besides they cant do anything until I get there They never dor If Jupiter Were Inhabited Calculations as to the size required for human beings on the other planets vary widely according to the basis of reckoning According to those based upon tho attraction of gravity Jupiter should bo peopled by pygmies of twen tyeight Inches Wolflus on the other hand argued that Goliath himself would be accounted decidedly under slzed upon that planet Ho worked from the feebleness of tho suns light there which would demand that the pupil of the eye should be much more dilatable Since the pupil standsin a constant proportion to the pall of the eye and that to tho entire body said Wolfius a little calculation shows that an average Jovian must be nearly thir teen feet seven inches tall pot quite four Inches shorter than Og king of Bashan according to the measure of his bedstead given In Deuteronomy A Bright Blacksmith The greatest Improvement In vehicle construction was when somebrIght blacksmith thought of heating the tires and shrinking them on the wheel While many claim the honor it Is not known to whom It rightly belongs Previous to this event tires were made In short sections and held on the tel loes with nails When starting on a long haul the driver always laid In a good supply of nails to uso on the trip Shop Notes Quarterly Winding Up His Affairs Look here Ben what did you shoot at me fer I aint got no quarrel with youYou bad a feud with Jim Wombat didnt ye I did but Jims dead Im his executor Kansas City Journal Like tho Moon Hes a star after dinner speaker Isnt he A star IloVa moon How The fuller the bright rC1eyelnnd reader Persons who really wish to become angels should make astart In that dl rection while they areyet mortals National Magazine Banish Catarrh Breathe Hyomei for Two Min utes and SttiffedjUp Head- Wilt Vanish 0 =If you want to pot relief from cattrrh cold in tlio Jiead or from an irritating cougkintho shortest time breathe lly oinei It will clean oityour head in two minutes and allow yoii to lireatbb Ireely awake or asleep Ilypme v1l cur a colil in one day it will relievo you of disgusting snuDlas Uawking spitting andoffonsivb breath in aweekIHyomei is madephlefly from ocaly- jt9ta soothing healing germ killing antiseptic tliatrtotncs from tlio eucaly- pt forests oC inland Australia where catarrh asthma and coasumptioit werD never knowasp exist JIy mol is pleasant and easy to dropsiBtotkeHM cure is almost corUla nc1IK1ingiiihleealy SLOOataUdU fNtJl and fBLiiddl tpnfs If y i arMdy own wi pfoelMICute s d I 1 iIsth acr o QTriJ Tffit CHURCH omtt II DIsgJO iH aId the big chsrckbeli A sapper teaisht aM Wags to seU Dingdaegl I do declare Here Iia rung in on a vestry fair Ive a mind to stick and reuse to risg For I waratdeaated for such a thing But ny oi mj I How sweet that sadte I wish that ceiee were goe4 for bells I Fer at every pall the sexton gave The bell swung oat above the And at every swing lie got the paveIAnd ea he swung there all coatcat Said down below good pastor Pipp Fiagera tapping tip to tip It I have been asked by all whoro here To say unto the sister dear Who brought the cefee here tonight That we consider it her right To thus be thanked public wise She finds great favor in our eyes Kay all her deeds smell sweet as this By which she brings her neighbors bUM Thought blushing Mrs Jones I knew WhAt CHASESAriBODS braadweld doGood you know are only lent And SO she smiled in deep content w 1I McKinney Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay Corn Oats and Shipstuff Telephone 223 Old Fox James Slone a farmer liv ing three miles southeast of Inez Ky killed his pet fox that left his home thirtyone years ago In the spring of 1875 Slone capturedBilly as he was afterward called then about the size of a ckrabbit Slone sent to Chicago and bought a necklace with the engraving Billy 1875 For three years Billy was the cherished pet of the Slone family In May 1878 he wandered into the mountains- A search was instituted and a reward of 5000 was offered for Billys return All efforts were futile until last night when IrSlonehearda- disturbal1ce in his hennery Taking his gun and getting behind a large tree he discov ered an animal crossing the poultryyard He fired To his surprise he learned that he had slain his pet fox Which still wore the necklace around his neck Billy is more than 34 yoars of age and will be embalmed Gatt Brothers desire to purchase your wool and will pay best prices for same 120tf Didnt Select For Production Jn the past we have select ed seed with too little atten tion to ltd productivity We have thought it enough if the ear of corn was of good size and the desired type If a field of oats or wheat produced a good average yield the grain was deemed fit for seed We have failed to recognize that among corn plants and amongoat and wheat plants there is just as marked individuality us among men or umong animals We have long practiced the careful selection for breeding purposes of such animals as have an established record of productivity When we rec ognize this characteristic in plants and select our seed grain with the thought of vigor and prolificacy of plant in mind we are making a great advance toward larger yields Estray respondstowearing collar with name plate and let lrrilL scratched on plate Return to tf L P Ev- ansioPIMthwrc coOkjnm645I I ClfNfSInifST LiiWAYT u Richmond Water Uglit QlJllQIIlh Skkt EteeaM Really Cuecd by a Simple Home Rem edy If you are suffering from any ferm eskin or scalp disease would hka to get prompt relief and be perniMiontly cured by ajitean liquid prepratted fer external use Mr Perry the dhas this remedy is stock and wwrts hiS customers to know that it is re on mended r Eczema Blackheads Pim pies Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zemouwma4e some remarkable cures and with each purchase of ZelR Mr Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases sad you can diagnose your pwri case and be cured in your own home without an inconven fence or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation tf Bring us your wool and got best prices market will afford GOTT Bros 420tf Bring your wool to Elmer Dealherago and get the highest market prico in cash 4204f Dan II Brock life fire and accident insurance tf Notice to Creditors All Persons having claims against the estate of G A Smith deceased must tile same with mo verified as required by law on or before August 18 1010 or same will bo barred WD Smith j15 4t Administrator Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write- J A STEVENS WT HICKS tf Richmond Ky ONE boPOF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down tho throat of a sraplnz chicken destroys the wormi and saves the chicks life A few drops In the drinking water cures and PREVENTS DISEASE For the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks and Blackhead and other diseases In turkey BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL Qne SOc bottle makes 12 gaiIorufmedIcIqe FOR SALE BY HENRY L PERRY Richmond Ky Double the Work on Ground Do not hesitate to work the ground twice as much be fore planting as is ordinarily done Save the soil moisture by working early in the spring and keep this idea of having the moisture clearly before you all the time Plan to have at all times a blanket of loose earth on the surface of the fields The destruction of weeds and saving of moisture will more than repay for the extra labor How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff Wo desire to say that when we took tho agency for ZEMO wo wore convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet wo must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases Wo are pleased to state that wo shall continue tho agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers liko Z6mo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for cxtennal use Zemo effects it cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes tho disease leav ing the skin clear and healthy It does not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase wo give a book let on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can bo cured at home of any form of skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy tf Perrys Drug Store tc t 130- I laO Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 gi We will on Oct 1st 1910 give away oneifuJ Leather trimmed Rubber Tire buggy valuedatMQgl Also a handsome set of Harness with rolled Jines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 3This is no humbugrlt is a fair deal and legitimate it clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade jjge will give to each and every purchaser a ticket for everyTHi worta of trade with us Each ticket will represent a sbol at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Ocf ls11910 We further Jsetosell you any article fn uit line of a liberal discount below the customary pricesThfe offer will save you money when you call in and make you money before you go out See our circulars for fulljx h nation plenty of them at our office lilJ Read Garefully the Articles Below 7 3l Horse collars uics and all medium Bagies- Farm Back Bands jJLlloadBlind Bridals Hiding Bridals Kubbor tier the best put onqufckyind Break Harness rcnsoiiablo Drive Harness First class Horse Shooing ttiiestHarnessSurrey Buggy Pads etcBuggy trimmer High Class Paffii Binders and mowers quickywe Houghton Bugiesyour paired Columbus Busrgies Manyer Buggies Blacksmithing complete any jobtl j It L A Buggies woodfiicatlyrepaired and also liavottiii Kauffman Buggies i finest mechanics p Send in your Vehicle for Painting and Repairs EarJy Lack yColyer A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND CURES BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA Ii MALARIA CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER EI COMPLAINTS aavoyouaeeriousINTEED I t H L PERRY We Call Your Attention to the 4 Celebrated Hoosier CornPlantH The Genuine Brown and p New Western CULTIVATORS 1ivJ Double Shovel and Drag Harrows the very best goods and in a class jalmost to themselves Come and see us before making a purchase it will be to your interest 4 Taylor Oldham 1 Dealers in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street U DOLLAFSGiven FHEE I Ij How It Will Be Done J v I We have placed in our show window a beautiful clock containing numbecv 4of Silver Dollars This clock will be wound up fallowed tprun each I With EachCash iweIwitbaTHE ROYAL FINE CLOTHING FINE SHOES HATS AND FURNISHINGS 1 ExclusIve Agency of The Sil Kid Jj ShoesfOr Ladles I I j J S jSTTAlSflFER f Coy Second xnd Mhi Stre- etIucHMoN KENTUCKY c Omt PLAN is to ireirecfc to our merstbeJDny ire would 2 spend on other methods of Tidiertiig a reawnable or us anal t t is better ior ycni New u r8will1earDtbeupenor nisj we oorwd in telling their friMds it iri iai baD if we S QthMBioney in otter ways of letting the knoir about olp bargain r 1 VfIJQ1I nJ0 Oh The Solid Comfort in a roomy arm chair See those we have They are simply irresistible in their invitation to sit and rest wellAudyoujr t I I- yBENNETTandHJGGJN3 UNDERTAKING Putting Off Buying Your Coal is risky business risky to your pockctbook Its no idle dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Save money by letting us fill your bins SOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oura is little better than you have been Rettinj elsewhere and possiblyless Full Weigh or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc q If you are going to sell out ind want your goods to bring Xu they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky conluct your sale His narges are reasonable Notice To all trespassers black and white All sportsmen and blackberry pickers are notified to keep off the old Gentry farm ju041 J II GENTRY Studio Will bo closed July llthlGth to per mit iny attending the convention of Tho Photographers Association of America in Milwaukee McGxurnEV The Photographer Chick Chick Chick Why pay 225 a hundred for cracked chicken teed from the stores when you can buy cracked foods from us consist ing of wheat corn oats and screenings for 3160 per hundred Burnam Rucker Millers Paint Lick Ky lt22 Dont Worry About the In creased Cost of Living When You Can Buy ofj B Walker Your choice of 65 Tailored Suits and Silk Dresses for 650 Your choice of 60 Tailored Suits and Silk Dresses for 1000 Come and look for tho yellow tags and go away witha bargain in shirt waists skirts anti hose Heavy Rain- A cloud burst at Winchester Monday morning caused a property loss of soy eral thousand dollars The streets were flooded and ho basements of tho bus ness houses were filled to overflowing Three children were drowned and an aged man is missing and it is thought he was drowned also The damage throughout the county can hardly be estimated as houses barn watergaps pikes and growing crops were washed away WAKE UP Dont wait until the very last to lay in your fall and winter supply of CoalWe have the Celebrated Rich Moun lain Jellico Coal and prices are no higher possibly lessthan you will find elsewhere A trial order jrill be appreciated and you will be convinced that this is the best coal in town siIThorpe o Co- Ha Com Oats Shnw t t LX AVYUa3H f v 11 d i 11 Around Town i Try Riccis ice cream t Blackberries will soon be ripe Where is the Commercial Club Ice cream in any quantity at Riccis Shakespeare on the Campus July 14 21 As You Like It out of doors July 14 Campus 2t Bo suro to save all Normal City Laundry coupons for the P A G In firmary By a majority of 87 Bowling Green Voted for the open saloons and high license Rev T Q Martin will begin a series of meetings at tho Brookstown Christian church next week By all means Richmond should have a Commercial Club Wont some body make the first move Lackey Todd have purchased a neat delivery wagon and are now ready to deliver goods on time Now York is to have a new 33 story skyscraper Only another evidence that she continues to go up in the air The reports of so many aviators fall ing to the ground is proof that there is at least one product coming down IIon D C May former representative of Boyle county was found dead in his bed at Perryville Ho was 77 years old James Pawl e aged 21 of Akron 0 and Miss Leila Pctitt aged 17 of Borcn were married in Danville last Sunday J W Grider who has been on duty at the Curio distillery in Jessamine count SI was transferred July 1st to Silver Creek Curtis Adams has removed his Physical Culture parlor from his residence on Woodland Ave to a room over Cultons meat shop Mr Mil ward Brown left last week for Muncie Ind where ho has accepted a position with a furniture and undertaking csrablishmcnt The P A C Infirmary wants all the Normal City Laundry coupons Be sure to save them and hand same to Mrs G D Simmons Mr and Mrs A J Million ofNewby are rejoicing over tIme birth on last Wednesday of a daughter The little miss was christened Ellise Clark Allman has resigned his posi tion with tho George Drug Co at Win chester lie will take the stafo examination this month after which he will be a fullfledged rharmacistIThe Sunday School Convention of the Elliston district will be held at Pinu Grove church on Saturday July 9th at 10 oclock There will bo good speaking good music and a good dinner You are cordially invited to be present Richmond needs factoriesand various kinds of business Why not organize a Commercial Club and go after thorn There is plenty of capital waiting for in vestment if a proper location can bo found Richmond is that place An alarm of fire was turned in last Tuesday night about 10 oclock from tho residence of Mrs V H Ilobson on Fifth street A large lamp set fire to the ceiling but time blaze was extinguished before the fire laddies arrived Not much damage was done The Glorious Fourth has como and gone and so far as Ricmond was concerned hardly created a ripple There wasno demonstration of any kind and except for the fact that wo had a calendar we would not have known that tIle great day of Independence was upon us From the Annapolis Evening Capital It is hard to speak with moderation of the two dramaticperformances given yesterday on the campus of St Johns College In the Coburn Players Annapolis had one of tile best treats that has qver been given at the leading universities and colleges of this country 1t Rumor has it that our old friend Harry Giovannoli for yearseditor of the Danville Advocate but more recently of the Treasury Department at Washington is an applicant for the Banvillc postofllco Not wishingthe other applicants any harm but wo hope Harry will win Smoke Cuban Star 5c1 The Coburn Players of Now Y rk who will be seen here on July 14 when they present Tho Merchant of Venice and VAs You Like It on tho Normal School Campus is an organization of actors who have had five summers of experience together and who liavo ap peared with unvarying success in cities throughout the country During the past summer they played at most of the kadteg colleges and universities of Uw KM South and Middle Wet ami fatui ties and student bodfes alike were k erous in their appreciation and pwJiw They also gave perIon- t fc atm of more ewwtry eluba w rV they sic kMlorretilm M Ttt oiiuiip- 1Iant1lutuIIaf liit M III t Y1 MI Th w Big StoreImprovement Sale Goes Ori No LetUp On PRICE CUTTINGr Clothing Shoes Rats and Furnishings Absolutely Slaughtered i r i j I We are Forced to Make Room for 1 i ilH Store Improvements r 2 lack of Time and Space Forbids Price Quotations We Can Only Say if Xto Every Man or Boy in Reach of Richmond Come and See for Yourself zf i Come and Share the Benefits of This Big Sale J rft N T tI H VINCTON and BANKSTHE STORE FOR QUALITY Mill Sold The mill of Sanders Son was sold at public auction last Tuesday and Stewart Sanders and Roy Schooler were time purchasers The price was 12600 FL P Campbell of Irvine was time contending bidder New Petition Filed II C Rice and J Tevis Cobb repro seating J A Mcrshon and 105 others liled in the County Court Tuesday an other petition calling for an election on tho whisky question It calls for an election September 15 Wednesday July 20th was set as a day for proving the signatures His Rights befined On a hearing before Judge T J Nunn of the Court of Appeals in the case of time city of Ml Stoning against rlIIlice the court decided that Rice had a right to repair a building in Mt Sterling and that ho could not be forced to tear away tho building and erect a new one Committee Appointed James B Stears editor of time Jessa mine News president of tho Eigth District Publishers League has appointed as members of the executive committee T II Packels of tho Richmond Register Jll Paxtonof the LawrenceburRNows and J L Sowers of the Valley View Argent Fred Mulfinger Dead F M Mulfinger son of tho late Fred Mulfmgcr died at the home of his mother on Big Hill Ave Monday afternoon after a lingering illness lie was about 35 years of ago and had a wide circle of friends who mourn his loss The funeral services were hold Tuesday afternoon after which the remains were interred in the Richmond ccmetary A message from Miss Lucia Burnam who is touring the old world tells of the great world Missionary Conference which was hold in Edinbuig Scotland and of an adhrcss made before that great gatharing by Miss Belle Bennett Miss Bennetts speech was pronounced very tine showing deep thought and a wide know lege missionary affairs Mrs S C Reed Dead Mrs S C Reed of Ford died in this city last Tuesday wfter undergoing an operation tot gallstones She rallied from tIme operation but tho operation had been postponed until sbb was in such a condition it was impossible for her to recover The body was prepared Bennett fcHiggins and was for burial by taken tqFord for interment Six Apply For License TIre ordinance which was passed by tire City Council fixing a license of 500 for soft drink stands went into effect July 1st and there were six who made application to tire city clerk for license Those who applied arc Black and Black Martin Gentry J J Powers Kennedy Brother J A and J BJones and Mrs Winnie Smith The Council will pass upon theso applications at its regular mooting which is July 7th Tho Coburn Players in Iho Merchants of Venice Thursday evening July 14 2t Sunday School Convention The Sunday School Convention of the Christian churches of Hadlson county vrasliold at Kirksville last Thurs flay It was ono of the most successful meetings x f llts kind ever held 3n the county W L Arnold pouaty prMideBt jr6uil white theex rcea WIftCIIft duet 4 1jrs FrazB JltivH1eloo The vriu topics wer ably tHseuaeed tJhejnUsie yftftfine especially tho lin U 1 Ml Wheeler dBary yho tilnd ndl o i6utf1d- d p1 u 0 thI IIO l irttttrut 4 hW J Water And Light Stock Sold Waster Commissioner JL 0 Rico sold in front of tIm court house last Saturday 45 shares of stock of the Richmond Water and Light Go C S Powell bought 37 shares and W B Smith bought eight hares The price ranged from 000 to 32000 a share Worthy Undertaking Articles of incorporation have been filed with tho Secretary of State bIte r II Broaddus J S Hathaway and IL B Haley three of the best known colored men in the county incorporating tho Madison Mutual Industrial Co with a capital stock of 10000 The object of the company is to establish training farms where the young men of the color ed race can go and learn scientific farm ing They want tho members of their race to learn the principles of farming and in that way keep them in the coun try where the temptations arc not so groat as in tho cities This is a worthy undertaking and should bo encouraged by members of both races Mrs Maggie Dozier Dead Mrs Maggie Dozier widow of time late Thomas Dozier died in this city last Friday of tuberculosis aged 49 For a good many years she made her home with Mr A T Chenault but for the past few years had lived with her brother William Barnes Sho was a consistent member of the Babtist church and was greatly beloved by all who knew her She is survived by three children Mrs Bruce Chestner of Chat anooga Tenn T G Dozier of Knoxville Tenn and James Dozier of this county The funeral services were hold Sunday afternoon at the residence of William Barnes on Fifth Street by Rev C C Marshall after which the re mains wore laid to rest in the Rich mond cemotary Are We Progressive or Re trogressive The publishers of Tile Climax have over been firm believers in Richmond itsjiresont and future and are satisfied that with tho united clforts of our busi ness and professional men it can bo made the peer of any city in the state of Kentucky Delightfully located in tho richest portion of the Blue Grass section with ratural and acquired advantages ac kniwlcdgcd upon nil sides with fine schools good churches healthful climate good water ample fire protection etc wo are in a position to offer outside in dustries overy inducement to locate with us and help to make Richmond a larger and bettor city With this object foremost in view tho Climax will shortly publish an Industrial Historical Illus tratCd edition selling forth tho fact that Richmond is not only a city of beautiful homes and enterprising business and professional people but that our citizens are progressive and alert to everything that means the advancement of tire city and its future welfare and prosperityThe will bo printed upon fine paper with good ink andbe handsome ly illustrated with engravings of leading places of interest in and about the city as well as many of our business and Professional people awl will probably reach over ton thousand copies We have engaged the services ef a mall who has had twenty years experience in the buslfww and is widely known thronghout the Mwitry K a ex pert ill this line of wow to do the Mlic- ltgwritRl etc aad jUgJrow th success hebaa hid in e tir e or four days he has bn at MrkL rrd the lbMI support poM4 we an safe In asiumUig that tVyqrfiHaa whohi the pride of RwAmood at bart will aid irtinmalcmj thi MM flMt edition ol UM kind eyi aUsM tod lp Cwbtr Kentucky Ovr reprwwrt kra will oal uPon you 1U1rQWJ J pi1- J ad- ptaa tit 4lt rbtl hofe him w- urt1rds bV I Base Ball Games at Richmond July 7 8 and 9 Frankfort July J 6 Winchester 19 Lexington Games at 330 p m Admission 25c Base Ball Won Lost Pert Parisn 33 18 617 Frankfort 27 23 510 Winchester 25 24 510 RICHMOND 25 27 481 Lexington 23 27 450 Shelbyvilleno 18 33 35 Aad Again Richmond defeated Frankfort again Tuesday at Frankfort this time by the score of 0 to 1 Crutcher was on tho mound for the Lawmakers and the Pioneers treated him shamefully They really didnt have to hit very often for threo bases on balls and seven errors by unnecessafImond allowing only five hits and struck out six batters The playing of Olson Baird and Bramlage featured the game The scorel 23 4 5 6 7 8 olt Richmond203O0jOO0jFrankfort0 Extra Inning Affair The Pioneers and Sholbyville Millers engaged in a fourteen inning battle last Wednesday which resulted in favor of the Pioneers by the score of 5 to It was an awful battle both sides fight ing desperately to put tho deciding run over Knox started in to pitch for Richmond but after allowing five hits and two runs in five innings ho was taken out and Wills sent in and try as they might tho Millers couldntgct but one run off him and ho held them sato until the fourteenth inniui when our boys got next to Wright for two clean hits which coupled with an error resulted in two scores Olson Baird Til ford Sandman and Bramlage played wonderful ball The score Richmond 10101 00 00000 25 ShelbyvilloO 1011000000003 Shut Out by Millers The Pioneers were shut outby Sholby yule Thursday in one of the fastest games of tho season It was a pitcher battle between Knox and Vallanding ham Both pitched excellent ball but Yalandingham bad slightly tho best of the tirgumenf he allowed only four hits while the Millers goUsix off Knox The Score 1tichimond000000000OShelbyvillof t F lAstAaetker Although Creager allowed the Lexing ton Colts only four hits Sajurdwy he los- tLhegamebythe sepraef Jto 4 Five large juicy errors tell the tale as they came At times when they hurt Crcager Whittaker and Bramlagt played splewlkl hell ralRlege sending out a homer with two Men oa bases Thoscore Rtch ndo 01 000030 04 LeiIngto20O0041Qx7Pai4s Th aWve fjfww t ll the aleof a ys sojown by ts Fkw n fe IMsr4Cr V Mi iK toe Rich moMl dap IkthI towtk ia ikig Itidtil altowa bii la Ui fourth jtwver lUNBt vet ponk MMrtriAf vfcgr Kntpp got bim in the h1ks uwe out AllSrtB ea jib Before ttiew- oqold or- thepn Abddbbeflftty iiftotwbi titI itk tbO At- eerp4Jr i RsWiI- I c pitched nice ball for Paris and with Knapps assistanco got away with a victoryThe sco- reRichmond00000 10001 raris00031000xlPostponed Rain caused a postponement of the game atFrankfort Sunday Game Forfeited The game scheduled between Rich mond and Winchester Monday morning was forfeited to Richmond by the core of 0 to 0 on account of the failure of the Winchester team to arrive A largo crowd was present and waited patiently until 12 oclock but as tho Hustlers wcro still not on the scene Wilkinson called the game in Rich monds favor It seems 19 us that some step should be taken to make all teams appear on the field at the scheduled time for tho patrons of the game pay their money to scen game of ball and they have a right to demand it Such incidents as this injure the sport and should be guarded against One little thing happencdthat helped to pass away a few oT the dtaggingmomcnts a throw ing contest between Baird and Bram lage Baird won by several feet Win Afternoon Game The Pioneers took tho Winchcste Hustlers into camp Monday aftcrnoor by tho score of 6 to 1 Although the grounds were not in the best condition the game was a good one some fas plays being pulled off Wills pitchet for Richmond and he had the Hustler completelyat his mercy They got onl four hits while tho Pioneers gathorct twelve off of Black Taylor sent th bali over the rigbt fence for a horn run sending two men home ahead o him The Cincinnati Enquirers cstimati of the Kentucky tobacco crop this yea is 355620000 pounds an increase o 70009000 pounds over last year Tin worlds crop js put atono billiin pounds a record breaker July Court Although notice had been published that court day would be postponed until Tuesday a very good crowd was in town but very little business was transacted TheJ1v ere about 300 cattle on the market tho most of them selling at from 4 to Sets There were 500 slice selling at 250 a head and 100 hogs selling at 9 to 11 els There were no mules or horses except some plugs CiV Rinearson General Passenger Ageat or the Q C railroad diM last week in Philadelphia He was one of the beet known railroad men ia the United States and was a man who always looked after the Ipterest of his Haaay friend SUddenly Stricken LastThatsdajy just after having eaten Urw kfat Mr Jaha Taylor was Mtdttonly MrMkeA wiih eoetiea of the bmip and for a Ue his life wan dispaind of At tbis tiR hiw ver be Umuohjw pre v It i thaghthe wilt oeoyei Mr Tmyter k fC RkihrncwiV eri- kWn fifiufi Mrhnf been patB a t4 hen for Wg yvxn and hk pas rsa IpeboWIn btout V YiutJ I- WA Iu thtmk farM W fi W Hagbl Delinquents Must Pay the Printer Under this caption tho Scdalia Mo Democrat editorially says Editor Fay of Lyons Ia has been called to Washington City because his subscription list is not as well paid up as the law requires Ho will have to explain to govern ment officials why he has not compelled his subscribers to pay up according to postal rules An inspector had visited him two months previously and his subscription list was said to be pretty thoroughly paid up but evidently it was not sufllci cathy It seems a little tough that a news paper owner has to be hauled up before the government on the charge of hav ing vjolafed tcdoral laws just because ho docsnot eternally keep dunning his subscribers for tIm small sums they owe on subscription but it is like thin end of tho world no man knows when it cometh and no editor knows what day an inspector may pop iaand ask to see the lists DEATHS That death loves shining markwas never more truly shown than when ho entered tho homo of Mr and Mrs Rich ard L Gentry Jr of Nashville and clrimed for his own their beautiful little son Richard who hind ho lived until the eleventh of thlsm nth would have been seven yearaold His death came yesterday morning after an illness of two months His illness from the start was considered serious but Parents relatives and friends hived as it were against hope Ten of Nashvilles best physicians visited thcsulf eror but with all the tender careful watching and nursing be was unable to overcome the dread enemy Through the long weary weeks ho bore his suffering with a fortitude and patience wo so often mar vol at in little children his death is a sad blow to his fond young parents whose grief is well nigh unbearable MayGod in his infinite mercy bind up their broken hearts and may they feel that it is all for the best In tho com ing years those who know him and lov cd him will have thin memory of ono little sunbeam which for all too brief a space lighted lifes dim pathway then faded from earth to add it radiance to heavens glory The very kindest r sympathy of all Richmond friends is f extended to the bereaved parents and relatives No news of funeral arrange meats have boon received at hour of going to press Death is at all times sad Seldom iS itEhat anyone answers deaths call but what some heart is made to grieve It matters not whether it is A person who has reached that period in liflwhen it seems death would be a relief or an jn fant whose life has only begun But it seems tho saddest of all and thin one we can least understand is that oCa child only a fcwycars of age Such was the death last Friday night of Lucille the ninleeniaonlhsold daughter of Mr and Mrs W J Newsom She had been sick only eleven days with ptomaine poisoning which fact makes it all the harder to bear As beautiful as the blushing rose of a sweet affec tioaate disposition she was the pet of everyone who wherrUwI her paraats have the sympathy of a wkte ekcle of friends m the loss of their only child Funeral services were held Uheri SMM8ft Hiltedate aveone StuwUy aflerReefi ikv C 0 Marsiial of te 1ttitcfturdlo etatipfi after which Uie remsawertlad iaue RichiMHMtery beoMMsh a flora trttxtto eo es1ngIr m IIia sr- eMibliclIY a MfsbkuItis aOs Svjtith n e broken hearts w aingUi our 0wish all otbir fr 01 t b- ba Season Opens at Estill Springs Estill Springs Irvine Ky July 4 10 In all the larger cities there is usually a large percentage of people who fly from thin festivities of the Americans idea of a Glorious Fourth The 4th the glorious fourth the day we cele brato was safe and sane and cool at Est ill The rain hind cooled tho atmos phere and the guests at the Springs did something that Ill wager you havent done for many weeks they slept under blankets on the night of the fourth of July Other ways of celebrating hero were eating baked spring chicken and vegetables grown right hero on the farm and sleeping and dancing and listening to the Female Orchestra of Louisville who have captured the hearts of the Estillitcs by their sweet music They give three concerts a day and play for the dance at night The departure from the male orchestra is as welcome as it is unique Mr and Mrs Elliott Riddell were prevented from spending as sane a Fourth as the other guests by thin arrival of a smallson who came Sunday to remain as their guest indefmately lIoThas been named Robert Wallace Riddell The season opened auspiciously with gHosts from New York and Ponmisylvania and different parts of Kentucky- A large party from Florida has tele graphed for accommodialions for twelve to remain during the heated term The ever present lover and his lass have made their appearance and will long as the springs last If I were a lover or the lass I would spend the days before tha honeymoon at Estill far from the maddening crowd and forget the world held aught beyond tho surrounding mountains but hope and love and hapbincss The woods are full of em hero You cant go to the springs that you dont stumble upon one or two couples no matter how well you may time your visit but tile lover and his lass bless your heart does not see you for while their feet are on tho woody loam of tile narrow mountain foot path their heads are in the clouds Tho hotel itself is backed up against the mountain side antI the wide gal leries running around the entire side of the hotel The rain may come and the skies maybe hot but you need not face cither The Drink for the 4th of July is beyond question Perrys cold sparkling invigorating thirstkilling soda in any flavor that your taste demands To eat to sleep to rest to lance and to cat again is the sum total of life here Is that not a happy regime for those who have toiled ten months out of aIyearThere is a jolly crowd of Richmond young people here They have captur ed the hotel waiters and guests by their wholesome happy presence Among them arc Miss Marion Burnam Miss Chcnault Miss Gladys Perry Miss Jane D Sock ton Mr and Mrs Hale Dean anti Mcssors Murry Smith Wm Smith Jas Tribble S L Turner From Win chester Mrs Richard French Detroit Mr It A McKee From New York Mrs L B Bock from Louisville Mr and Mrs C A Bayless W C Bay less Miss Ewing Frazee Mrs H P Roberts and Miss Hattie Roberts from Frankfort are Mrs Ella Hutchison Ell wanger and daughter Miss Jacqueline Ellwascr Mrs John W Had man Miss Gladys Rodman and her guest Miss Lourania Nourso of Chicago and other guests who are with Mrs Rodman at her cabin at Heidleburg Ky are comingnpto Estill foi a fortnights stay A crowd from Frankf rt will Arrive later in the month to spend a week and attend a Saturday night german A Frankfort couple will lead No more delightful place could be imagined than Estill for children The wonderful large yard full of trees and fenced in makes accidents an impos siblily and the numerous swings and rustic scats are full of people just being lazyThe yearly tennis contest will bo pull ed olf here later in the summer Ella Hutchinson Ellwanger Corn Fooled Farmers A wager was made between two Fay cllo county farmers as to how much a stalk of corn will grow in a single day One of them said that a certain healthy stalk ofcorn about waist high would grow one inch while tho other wagered that it would grow two inches Accordingly aslako was driven in the ground so that its top came even with the high cst blado on the stalk At the same hour tho following day an examination was made and it was discovered that ho stall of corn had grown just four inches News comes from Jacksonville Fla that a son W P Jr was born to Mr and Mrs W P Simmons on July lit Our claim that is the most delightful the most healthful and the most superior beverage made is based an substantial facts as We know the care skill and facilities required to produce such a drink of surpassing excellence 1- Fl FRr JN STREE- aI 1rw jX i Oh The Solid Comfort in a aresiwellAllkjnds ryorliyou will have one of these chairs H 2 rt1 1 SfNN ETT and HI HG INS UNDERTAKING BuyingYour is risky Tiusiness risky to your pocketbook Its no idle 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 tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oura is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblyless Full Weigh or Coal Forfeited roaddus Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out and want you r goods to bring iu they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con luct your sale His narges are reasonable Notice- To all trespassers black and white All sportsmen and blackberry pickers are notified to keep off this old Gentry farm juGJt J II GENTRY Studio Will be closed July IHhlGth to per mit my attending the convention of Tho Photographers Association of America in Milwaukee McGAUcnEY Tho Photographer Chick Chick Chick Why pay 225 a hundred for cracked chicken feed from the stores when you can buy cracked foods from us consist ing of wheat corn oats and screenings for 160 per hundred Burnam Rucker Millers Paint Lick Ky 4t22 Dont Worry About the In creased Cost of Living When You Can Buy ofj B Walker Your choice of 55 Tailored Suits and Silk Dresses for 050 Your choice of 60 Tailored Suits and Silk Dresses Jor 1000 Come and look for the yellow tagS and go away with a bargain in shirtwaists skirts and hos- eHeavy Rain- A cloud burst at Winchester Monday morning caused a property loss of sev- ern thousand dollars The streets were flooded and ho basements of the bus ness houses wero filled to overflowing Three children were drowned and an aged man is missing and it is thought he was drowned also The damage throughout the county can hardly be estimated as houses barn watergaps pikes and growing crops wore washed away WAKE UP Dont wait until the very lastto lay in your fall and winter supply of CoalWe Celebrated Rich Moun tain Jellico Coal and prices are 110 higher possibly lessthan you will find elsewhere A trial order will beappreciated and you will be convinced that this is the best coal in town SH Thorpe Co HaCorn Qets Straw 4JSX ATJnntsl dPlJii J u 11 Around Town 1 + ul4 + Try Riccis ice cream if Blackberries wjll soon be ripe Whore is the Commercial Club Ice cream in any quantity at Riccis Shakespeare on tho Campus July 14 2t 14Campus CityLauril1ryfirmary By a majority of 87 Bowling Greeni voted for the open saloons and high licenseIof meetings at tho Brookstown Christian a church next week By all means Richmond should a Commercial Club Wont some haveImake the fIrst move Lackey Todd have purchased a delivery wagon and are now deliver goods on time neatI Now York is to have a now 38 skyscraper Only another evidence that I she continues to go up in the air r The reports of so many aviators fall ing to the ground is proof that there is at least one product coming down IIon D C May former representative of Boyle county was found dead in his bed at Perryville He was 77 years old James Pawley aged 21 of Akron 0 and Miss Leila Pelilt aged 17 of Boron were married in Danville last Sunday J AV Grider who has been on duty at the Curloj distillery in Jes mino coun ty was transferred July 1st to Silver Creek Curtis Adams has removed his Physical Culture parlor from his residence on Woodland Ave to a room over Cultons meat shop Mr Mil ward Brown left last week for Muncie Ind where ho has accepted a position with a furniture and undertak ing csrablishment Tho P A C Infirmary wants all the Normal City Laundry coupons Be sure to save them and hand same to Mrs G D Simmons Mr and Mrs A J Million ofNewby are rejoicing over tho birth on last Wednesday of a daughter Tho little miss was christened Ellise Clark Allman has resigned his posi tion with the George Drug Co at Winchester lie will take the state exami nation this month after which ho will be a fullfledged pharmacist The Sunday School Convention of the Elliston district will bo held at Pine Grove church on Saturday July 9th at 10 oclock There will bo good speak ing good music and a good dinner You are cordially invited to be present Richmond needs factories and various kinds of business Why not organize a Commercial Club and go after them There is plenty of capital waiting for investment if a proper location can be found Richmond is that place An alarm of fire was turned in last Tuesday night about 10 oclock from the residence of Mrs H Hobson on Fifth street A large lamp set fire to the ceiling lint the blaze was extinguished before the fire laddies arrived Not much damage was done Tho Glorious Fourth has come and gone iidso far as Ricmond was concerned hardly created a ripple There was no demonstration of any kind and except for the fact that wo had a calen dar we would not havo known that tIle great day of Independence was upon us From the Annapolis Evening Capital It is hard to speak with moderation of the two dramatic performances given yesterday on the campus of St Johns College In the Coburn Players Annapolis hind one of the best treats that has qvor been given nt the leading universities and colleges of the country 1t Rumorit that our old friend Harry Giovannoli for years editor of the Danvillo Advocate but more recently of the Treasury Department at Wash ington is an applicant for the Danville postofflco Not wishing tho other ap plicants any harm but wo hope JIarry will win Smoke Cuban Star 5c Tho Coburn Players of Now York who will be seen here on July 14 when they present The Merchant of Venice aiid As You Like It on the Normal School Campus is an organization of actors who hMO had five summers of experience together and who have ap peared with unvarying success in cities throughout tho country During the past summer thief played at most of the leading colleges and universities of the East South and MlddJa West and feul M aad student bodies ilWo were u row to their appreciation a d praMe TMy19 gaiePerfor Mt y of iM jHdre proaaisstit coHatry wiwrr they lire oOkedf9 Ntin- tpEtB sipye d dii- a7 a at fA 0teu I WE IL Big StoreImprovement SaleGoes Oil No Let Up On i FHICECUTTINGClothing Absolutely Slaughtered i t Ware Forced to Make Room for izStoreImprovements Lack of Time and Space Forbids Price Quotations We Can Only Say 1iti f o Every Man or Boy in Reach of Richmond Come and See for Yourself JQmeandShare the Benefits of This Big Sale Yr f N COVINCTON and BANKSTHE STORE FOR QUALITY u Mill Sold The mill of Sanders Son was sold at public auction last Tuesday and Stewart Sanders and Roy Schooler were tho purchasers Tho price was 12600 E P Campbell of Irvine was the contending bidder New Petition Filed II C Rico and J Tons Cobb repre seating J A Mershon and 105 others filed in the County Court Tuesday an other pctiliou calling for an election on the whisky question It calls for an election September 15 Wednesday July 20th was set as a day for proving tho signatures His Rights Defined On a hearing before Judge T J Nunn of the Court of Appeals in the case of tho city of Mt Sterling against T II Rico tho court decided that Rice had a right to repair a building in Mt Sterling and that he could not be forced to tear away the building and erect a now one Committee Appointed James B Stears editor of the Jessa mine News president of the Eigth District Publishers League has appointed as members of tho executive committee T II Pickets of theRichmond Register J B Paxtonof the Lawroncoburg News and J L Sowers of tho Valley View Ar gent Fred Mulfinger Dead F 11 Mulfingor son of ilio late Fred Mulfingcr died at the homo of his mother on Big Hill Ave Monday after noon after a lingering illness lie was about 35 years of ago and had a wide circle of friends who mourn his loss The funeral services were hold Tuesday afternoon after which the remains were interred in the Richmond comotary A message from Miss Lucia Burnam who is touring the old world tolls of thin great world Missionary Conference which was held in Edinburg Scotland and of an adhross made before that great gatharing by Miss Belle Bennett Miss Bennetts speech was pronounced very line showing deep thought and a wide know lege of missionary affairs Mrs S C Reed Dead Mrs S C Reed of Ford died in this city last Tuesday after undergoing an operation for gallstones She rallied from the operation but the operation had been postponed until sub was in such a condition it was impossible for her to recover The body was prepared for burial by Bennett Htggins and was taken to Ford for interment Six Apply For License The ordinance which was passed by the Cty Council fixing a license of 500 for soft drink stands went into effect July 1st and there were six who made application the city clerk for license Thoso who applied arc Black and Black Martin Gentry J J Powers Kennedy Brolhorr J A and J B Jones and Mrs Winnie Smith The Council will pass upon these applications at its regular mooting which is July 7th Tho Coburn Players hi the Merchants of Venice Thursday evening July 14 2t Sunday School Convention The Sunday Softool Convention of the Christian churches of Madjo county wasJiold at Kirksville last Thurs day II was one of the most successful meetings of the kind ever held In Uw eewhty AVL Arnold eoanty preckkat IKesiiMi white the exdetee wt MO ducted by Mrs Frazee S hvStte lad The various toplcg were ably ftMtaMd bMSjnasic WH See especially 1hS ttfoffiag lot XkM WIei JM H wry 4 1 1ede iattdMits au tttaBti th i 4 111 piiir = tiJtJ Water And Light Stock Sold Waster Commissioner II C Rico sold in front of the court house last Saturday 45 shares of stock of the Richmond Water and Light Go C S Powell bought 37 shares and AV B Smith bought eight shares The price ranged from 000 to 2000 a share Worthy Undertaking Articles of incorporation have been filed with the Secretary of State by Rev T II Broaddus J S Hathaway and R B Haley three of the best known colored men in tho county incorporating the Madison Mutual Industrial Co with a capital stock of 10000 The object of the company is to establish training farms where the young men of the color ed race can go and learn scientific farm ing They want tho members of their race to learn the principles of farming and in that way keep them in tho country where the temptations arc not so great as in tho cities This is a worthy undertaking and should be encouraged by members of both races Mrs Maggie Dozier Dead Mrs Maggie Dozier widow of the late Thomas Dozier died in this city last Friday of tuberculosis aged 40 For a good many years she made her home with Mr A T Chcnault but for the past few years had lived with her brother William Barnes Sho was a consistent member of the Babtist church and was greatly beloved by all who knew her She is survived by three children Mrs Bruce Chestner of Chat anooga Tenn T G Dozier of Knox villo Tcnn and James Dozier of this county The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the residence of William Barnes on Fifth Street by Rev C C Marshall after which the remains yore laid to rest in the Rich mond cemotary Are We Progressive or Re trogressive The publishers of The Climax Intro over been firm believers in Richmond itsjirescnt and future and are satislied that with the united efforts of our business aud professional mon it can be made the poor of any city in the state of Kentucky Delightfully located in the richest portion of the Blue Grass section with ratural and acquired advantages ac ka wledgcd upon all sides with fine schools good churches healthful climate good water ample fire protection etc we are in a position to offer outside industries every inducement to locate with us and help to make Richmond a larger and better city With this object foremost in view theClimax will shortly publish an Industrial Historical Illus trated edition setting forth the fact that Richmond is not only a city of beautiful homes and enterprising business and professional people but that our citizens are progressive and alort to everything that means tho advancement of tho city and itS future welfare and prosperity Tho edition will bo printed upon fine papor with good ink and be handsome ly illustrated with engravings of loading places of interest in and about the city as well as many of our business and PrebAblY1raachAVb have engaged the services of a mall who has had twenty years expe rience in the business and is widely known thrpugfam t the eowtry u Rex pert in thisTifoe ofyinajf teB Ike solieU jtig writing eteaaoii iwigiNg JNMM the success he has had in Ute thf e er itoar days he hms be M work sod UM Ufcwai SUpport proiniit M wesre safe ia a uauac tfal ir pra who IMJ Uw prkk ol Riohmorid ai Mart will a- MsinmtiJb0 BCMM iIi iUw ldadvet Ieauim Oi tiKontoeky Our prewM we rWc cpoa ytra all es rapBtr s illph in fc detaqt maiMiw ot paW athro flfbYfaoni1 i hown hitn will tr Base Ball Games at Richmond July 7 8 and 9 Frankfort i July 16 WinchesterrJuly J9 Lexington Games at 330 p m Admission 25c Base Ball Won Lost Pert Paris 33 18 017 FrankCorju 27 23 510 Winchester 0 25 24 510 RICHMOND 25 27 481 Loxincton 23 27 4543 Shelby villo u 18 33 365 And Agala Richmond defeated Frankfort again Tuesday at Frankfort this time by the score of 0 to 1 Crutcher was on tho mound for the Lawmakers and tim Pioneers treated him shamefully They really didnt have to hit very often for three bases on balls and seven errors by the Lawmakers made it unnecessary Creager pitched giltedgcd ballfor Rich mon allowing only five hits and struck out six batters The playing of Olson Baird and Bramlago featured the game The scorol 23 4 5 0 7 8 IJU 1ichmond2O30O1O0OjFrankfort0 Extra lanlBg Affair Tim Pioneers and Sholbyvillo Millers engaged in a fourteen inning battle last Wednesday which resulted in favor of the Pioneers by tho score of 5 to 3 It was an awful battle both sides fight ing desperately to put the deciding run over Knox started in to pitch for Richmond but after allowing five hits and two runs in five innings he was taken out and Wills sent in and try as they might tho Millers couldnt get but one run off him and ho held thorn safe until tIm fourteenth inning when our boys got next to Wright for two clean hits which coupled with an error resulted in two scores Olson Baird Til ford Sandman and Bramlago played wonderful ball The scor- eIUchmondO1 0101000000025 Shclbyvillo 0010110000000 0 3 SRHI Out by Millers The Pioneers were shut outby Shelby villo Thursday in one of tho fastest games of tho season It was a pitchers battle between Knox and ham Both pitched excellent ball but Valandingham had slightly the best of the argument ho allowed only four hits while the Millers gotsix off Knox The Score- Itichinond 0000000000 Shia1byvilloL u 01 0 900001 last Aaetker 41th l1ghCraget1I0we1 the Losing ton Colts only few hits Saturday he lost the game by the score fJ to 4 Five large juicy errors tell the tale M they came at tiwes when they hurt Croager AAhittaker and Bramlagt played spleadid ball Bramlage senaiagr out a heater with two Men OH bases The scores Rhhmond01efO3004texii4gton2O Farls VRkthMeatf 1 IThrboJe ftfttM tell be tate ole Vjr ti Pioneers hvPwfc C ftg rataHl1n f9 piteh for Ricui tooBd Mtd 1tp to the fewth faming Mtet attowa hlL fA th iomrth IMWW so panfc W UNr V Kncpp got biLl ihboIsa4 wu tees oat tM 4i1os at Btr th gW be tM d thr s runs had ccrowed tho pan ALb cwa aided in ihe IIfia- fter whisenbd the lltsutbonkee I WffipiViWff IH TO MBvfri WnWHHMVp pitched nice ball for Paris and with Knapps assistance got away with a victoryThe scor- eItichmondu 00000100 0- 1Paris000hIl000x1 Postponed Rain caused a postponement of the game atFrankfort Sunday Game Forfeited The game scheduled between Rich mond and Winchester Monday morning was forfeited to Richmond by tho score of 9 to 0 on account of the failure of the Winchester team to arrive A large crowd was present and waited patiently until 12 oclock but as the Hustlers were tilnot on the scene Wilkinson called tho game in Rich monds favor It seems tyus that some step should be taken to make all teams appear on the field at the scheduled time for the patrons of tho game pay their money to see a game of ball and they have a right to demand it Such incidents as this injure the sport and should be guarded against One little thing happcncdthat helped to pass away a few ot the draggingmomcnts a throw ing contest between Baird and Bram lago Baird won by several feet Win Afternoon Game The Pioneers took the Winchester Hustlers into camp Monday afternoon by the score of 6 to 1 Although the grounds were not in the best condition the game vas a good one some fast plays being pulled oIl Wills pitched for Richmond and he had tIm Hustlers completely at his mercy They got only four lifts while the Pioneers gathered twelve off of Black Taylor sent the bali over the right fence for a homo run sending two men home ahead of him The Cincinnati Enquirers estimate of the Kentucky tobacco crop this year Is 355020000 pounds an increase of 70000000 pounds over last year Tho worlds crop js put atonc billiin pounds a recordbreaker July Court Although notice had been published that court day would be postponed until Tuesday a very good crowr was in town but very little business was trans acted There were about 300 cattle on the market the most of them selling at from 4 to 5 els There were 500 sheet selling at 250 a head and 100 hogs selling at 9 toll cts There were no sautes or horses except some plugs c W RiBearscn General Passenger Agent otttoQ C railroad died last week in Philadelphia Me Was one of UM beet known railroad men in the United States and was a man wh- oalwasIookedafter the interest of hut t1jfriet Suddenly Stricken Last Tl twsd y jiwt ar havkig eateit bnakfwt MryohaTayltr wacs denly gniekeit nth Ooogesiloa c Use ilrWj and for a tifkIa Ide wac dispahadof AtUSis JHiwwIM le hiM prorad aad itiaUaottchUJit Jlr evr Taee tl Rlch ndS tea kii 01 iIaeea peslaWr hers fgc aad bh a7- 1i Ie wL a kW 1- wes41t ethe Colts sta z su Nl Delinquents Must Pay the Printer Under this caption the Scdalia Mo Democrat editorially says Editor Fay of Lyons la has been called to Washington City because his subscription list is not as well paid up as the law requires Ho will have to explain to government officials why ho tins not compelled his subscribers to pay up according to postal rules An inspector had visited him two months previously and his subscription list was said to bo pretty thoroughly paid up but evidently it was not sufflci oatly so 111 seems a little tough that a news jwper owner has to bo hauled up before the government on the charge of haying violared tederal laws just because he dots not eternally keep dunning his subscribers for the small sums they owe on subscription but it is like the end of the world rip man knows when it cometh and no editor knows what day an inspector may pop ieand ask to see the lists DEATHS That death loves a shining mark was never more truly shown than when he entered the home of Mr and Mrs Rich ard L Gentry Jr of Nashville and claimed for his own their beautiful little son Richard who had he lived until the eleventh of thlsm nth would have been seven years old His death came yesterday morning after an illness of two months His illness from the start was considered serious but Parents relatives and friends hived as it were against hope Ten of Nashvilles bjst physicians visited thdsulferor but with all the tender careful watching and nursing ho was unable to overcome the dread enemy Through tIm long weary weeks he bore his suffering with a fortitude and patience we so often marvel at in little children His death is a sad blow to his fond young parents whoso grief is well nigh unbearable May God in his infinite mercy bind up their broken hearts and may they feel that it is all for the best In the com ing years those who know him and lOVe ed him will have the memory of one little sunbeam which for till too brief a space lighted lifes dim pathway then faded from earth to add its radiance to heavens glory The very kindest sympathy of nit Richmond friends is extended to the bereaved parents and relatives No news of funeral arrangements have boon received at hour of going to press Death is at all times sad Seldom is itthat anyone answers deaths call but whatsomeheart Is made to grieve It matters not whether it is A person who has reached that period in life whcn it seems death would bo a relief or an in mat whose life has only begun nut it seems the saddest of all and the one we can least understand istbatoC a child only a few years of ago Such waste deatuilast Friday night of Lucille the ninteel1 mont oJd daughter of Mr and Mrs W J Newsom She bad been SIck only el veRlIa swith ptalM poisoning which fact makes it all this harder to bear As beautiful as the bliishiHf rose oTa sweet affee ttoeate disposItion she was the pet of everyone who knew her Mid her parents have the sympathy of a wide circle ef friends fe the loss of their only child Funeral services were held at Vhs rei tee on Hiltedale avenue Sttttttay arUrMon RevC 0 Marshal of w BbO t church bMeiatiar aUesichisk the remaJM ww taid kt ike Btcikmnpi e mH ry Iwowrtk a tond isIM i DrJll1 t oa j S a eWW tciy As- 1we it tfiii um Ut broken besets mingle par waIt o bor trl U iiatbti maW Ihif 1 u Season Opens at Estill Springs Estill Springs Irvine Ky July 4 10 In all the larger cities there is usually a large percentage of people who fly from the festivities of tim Americans idea of a Glorious Fourth Tho 4th the glorious fourth the day we cele brate was safe and sane and cool at Esl ill The rain hind cooled tho atmosphere and tho guests at the Springs did something that Ill wager you havent done for many weeks they slept under blankets on the night of the fourth of July Other ways of celebrating hero were eating baked spring chicken and vegetables grown right lucre on tho farm and sleeping and dancing and listening to the Female Orchestra of Louisville who have captured tho hearts of the Estillitcs by their sweet music They give three concerts a day and play for tile dance at night The departure from the male orchestra is as welcome as it is unique Mr mill Mrs Elliott Ri dell were prevented from spending as sano a Fourth as the other guests by the arrival of a small son who came Sunday to remain as their guest indefinalcly Ho has beer named Robert Wallace Riddell The season opened auspiciously with gHOsts from New York and Pennsylvania and different parts of Kentucky- A large party from Florida has telegraphed for accom mediations for twelve to remain during the heated term The ever present lover and his lass have made their appearance and will so long as the springs last If I were a lover or the lass I would spend the days before the honeymoon at Estill far from the maddening crowd and forgot tho world held aught beyond the surrounding mountains but hope and love and hapbincss Thou woods are full of cm here You cant go to the springs that you dont stumble upon one or two couples no matter how well you may time your visit but tile lover and his lass bless your heart does not see you for while their feet are on the woody loam of the narrow mountain foot path their heads are in tho clouds Tho hotel itself is backed up against tho mountain side and tho wide gal leries running around the entire side of the hotel The rain may come anti the skies maybe hot but you need not face cither The Drink for the 4th of July is beyond question Perrys cold spark ling invigorating thirstkilling soda in any flavor thatyour taste demands To eat to sleep to rest to dance and to cat again is the sum total of life here Is that not a happy regime for those who have toiled ten months out of a year Thero is a jolly crowd of Richmond youngpeoplo here They have captur ed the hotel waiters antI guests by their wholesome happy presence Among them are Miss Marion Burnam Miss Chenault Miss Gladys Perry Miss Jane D Sockton Mr and Mrs Hale Dean and Messers Murry Smith Wm Smith Jas Tribble S L Turner From Win chester Mrs Richard French Detroit Mr R A McKee From New York Mrs L B Bock from Louisville Mr and Mrs C A Bayless W C Bay less Miss Ewing Frazee Mrs H P Roberts and Miss Hettie Roberts from Frankfort are Mrs Ella Hutchison Ell wanger and daughter Miss Jacqueline Ellwager Mrs John AV Rodman Miss Gladys Rodman and her guest Miss Lourania Nourso of Chicago and other guests who arc with Mrs Rodman at her cabin at Heidleburg Ky aro comingnpto Estill foi a fortnights stay A crowd from Frankfirt will arrive later hi tho month to spend a week and attend a Saturday night german A Frankfort couJle will lead No more delightful place could bo imagined than Estill for children The wonderful large yard full of trees and fenced in makes accidents an impos siblity antI the numerous swings and rustic seats are full of people just being lazyThe yearly tennis contest will be pull ed off hero later in tIm summer Ella Hutchinson Ellwanger Corn Fooled Farmers A wager was made between two Fay otto county farmers as to how much a stalk of com will grow in a single day One of them said that a certain healthy stalk of corn ab ut waist high would grow one inch while the other wagered that it would grow two inches Accord ingly astake was driven in tho ground so that its top came even with the highest blado on the stalk At tho same hour the following day an examination was made and it was discovered that he stalk of corn had grown just four inchesNews comes from Jacksonville Fla that a son W P Jr was born to and Mrs P Simmons on July 1st I Our claim that is the most delightful the most healthfuland the most superior beverage made is based an substantial facts as We know the care skill and 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