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C r 1 ftt d M 1 THE fJP RICHMOND H CLIMAX 1 f r I it t t J c 37th YEAR S j 7 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1910 NUMBER 64 1 WALL PAPER 11 v I Raised 0n It Burnside Robinson Salt Cement Plaster Material Office Warehouse N R PHONE 142 RICHMOND ILi Pair goldrim Found spectacles were loft in our store some weeks ago Owner can have same by calling at our place of business Covington Banks j152t p your line and get f Cattle raised on our feed arc seldom sick They thrive and grow fat Vfo handle no in ferior stu Our stock best varieties of grain and Iced and wo can supply all your wants in at tho very lowest prices We cnjoy a ro putalion for reliability and endeavor toliveup to it Coal Lime Sand and and on L R is to Brick For Sale Wo have just burned two brick kilns and are prepared to furnish good solid brick on application Brick Co tf Moberly Ky Im Convinced You Give f Every Man a Square 4 Deal 4 The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion a town of less than four hundred peo 1ple with fierce competionon all sides we have in eight years built up a Banking busi ness of over 12500000 Resources m FtojliVBuk of Paial Li Xy E L Woods Pres W C Fish VPres W G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each i i 4 Y r r4wty ffitJ f L 5 vl Jf i2 1ta M1Sj- 7 hy he Right Way to get good work buy paper from an up date an uptodate paper hanger includes that lino Moberly How New States Will Enter Union Tender the terms of the Statehood bill the territories of New Mexico and Arizona will have to pass through a series of political acts before they are admitted to the union It is possible that more that two years will elapse before the actual admission There is a likelihood that the new States will not be ready to participate as such in the election of the next President in 1912 After the bill is signed the governors of the territo ries must call the constitu tional conventions The delegates to each constitutional convention will be elected by the voters of the territory The call for their election must be issued not less than sixty days ncr more than ninety days from the approval- of the act Then there will be sixty days before the call of the convention The law provides that the delegates will be paid for but sixty days of the convention This is with a view to getting the new organic law of the two States framed within that periodFollowing the drafting of the States constiution at the end of another sixty days there will be a general terri torial election to ratify the j How can the baby grow strong ifthe nursing mother is pale and delicate cotts Emulsion makes the mother strong and well increases anden riches thebabys food prwht Phone 91Z awlfie W P BAXTER constitution The govenOr will then certify the action- takenwith a copy of the con stitution to the Presidentand Congress Both President and Congress must approve the constitution adopted On the first Independence Day following the actual ad mission of the new States the field of the Americin flag will undergo a change In place of forty six stars now appear ing there will be fortyeight For the first time in more than a generation the stars will appear in a perfect par allelogram eight stars across the top and six stars deep Heretofore it has been a prob lem to arrange the stars symmetrically Now the number of fortyeight is capable of rcg11ararrangement What To Teach Girles Teach them to spend with in their income Teach them good common sense selfhelp and industry Teach them that good health and a bright face are better than any cosmetic Teach them how to pur chase andsee that the amount tallies with the purchase Give your girls a thorough education Teach them to cook and prepare the food of the household Teach them to wash to iron to darn stockings to sew on buttons to make their own dresses Teach them to wear acalico dress that is paid for with more comfort than a silk one which is stilfowing Teach them that marrying a man without principle is like putting to sea without compass or rudder Finally teach them that matrimonial happiness de pends not on wealth nor on appearance but on personal characterExFrom Evening Capital It is hard to speak with moderation bubo two dramatic performances givenyoster day on the campus of St Johns College In the Coburn Players Annapolis had one of the best treats that has ever been given at the leading universities and colleges of the country 1t To Mammoth Cave July 20th from Richmond and all way stations on regular morning train A great three days outing for only 31205 This will include the railroad faro also board at Cave hotel and admission to the several routes in tho Cavo See large bills and L N Agent 4t22 Notice To all trespassers black and white All sportsmen and blackberry pickers are notified to keep off tho old Gentry farm juOH J ILGENTlly ttatarrh r Quickly Cured by a Pleasant GcrmKilling Antiseptic Tho little Ilyomei pronounced High ome inhaler is made of hard rubber and can easily bo carried intho pocket or purse It will last a life time Into this inhaler you pour a few drops of magicallIomei This is absorbed by tho antiseptic gauze within and now you are ready to breathe it in over the germ infested membrane where it will speedily begin its work of killing catarrh germs Hy omoi is made of Australian eucalyptol combined with other antiseptics and is vcsy pleasant to breathe- It is guaranteed to cure catarrh bronchitis sore throat croup coughs and colds or money back It cleans out a stuffed up head in two minutes An outfit consists of an inhaler a bottle of Ilyomei a supply of antiseptic gauze a medicine dropper and full in structions for use Tho inhaler is made pocket size of hard rubber and will last a lifetime And bear in mind that extra bottles of Ilyomei 50c Booths Ilyomei Co Buffalo N Y Sold by B L Midclclton MIONACures It relieves stomach misery sour stomach belching and cures all stomach dis ease or money back e box of tab lets 50 cents Druggistsm all towns anybody WALL PAPER We RetireE Go Carts We Liquid Vettee fr j One reason why you will find the most luxurious bed in the ItSTEARNS FOSTER 4 c MAT1RESSi I R 1is that the natural springiness of the cotton is magnifiedmany times by the Special Web Process t m f of making the felt layers will explain this 2 ytoyou more fully when you call Vv ViSixty Mfflts9 Free Friait 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 Oldharn LackeyUndertaking a SpeCla ItyDavTeJephone 76 J36 229 AV R014nw Fire Life Accident and Health Insur ance in tho very best old lino Companies Wm Broaddus Agt tf Notice To Farmers When you need repairs for The Cham pion and Milwaukee and harvesting Machines Call on tho Richmond Mo tor Plumbing Co Richmond Ky 220 Irvino St Phone 270 Send in your order now GltfI Dont wait untill your house burns to think about insurance Seo Dan II Brock tf Have you any wool It bring it to and get best market prices 420lf GOTT BROS The Wrong Way is to buy a lot o old stock and get to hang it for you Phone Sell J f r We S O S L so us EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has bafllod them is to find some remedy that will got to tho germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment lens solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to tho surface of tho skin and do stroying the germ life that causes tho diseases The whole method of treatment and euro by Zomo is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by tho makers of Zemo It tells how to duro yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of the skin find scalp Call at Perrys Drug Store for booklet and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatmont for aH diseases of the skin and scalp tf THE REAL LIGHTF We fully realize that ifa great business is to be built up in any lines it must t be built in the clear light of day with clean hands and honest methods open andabove board No great success endures long on mistakes or misrepresentations When a merchant begins to feel that he must apologize for his wares by making them appear what they are not when he begins to tincture his goods with then flavor of deception then lookout I We believe that if an article is worth selling at all it isworth selling for what it is and we do not want the kind of merchandise in our house that needs an apology or that we can not sell under its true label We ask that you inspect our materials We invite comparison both in quality and price Our stocks arejust noWreplenishedand we were never able to better supply your wants with clean fresh summer merchandise We have some specials ini Wash Suits we would like for you to see Also some specials in Ladies Skirts and Waists We are well supplied with Uptodate Suits for Men and Boys and can save you money as we do not want to carry these goods to another season Our Carpet Department was never so brimming full of bargains as now + The Spring is late and c if you are needing a Carpet or Rug we can save you money 4 We bought a close ouet line of Trunks and have on hands more Trunks tharfyou ever saw in Richmond We are giving our patrons thebenefit of these low pricesonthis rf 51 WmHs + ++ALL WE ASK IS A LOOK BEFORE iebyBWtf4 0 j IrR BlantonVWholesale and Retail Goal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cementa- nd All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and B Streets TELEPHONE 85 We Sel- layMantonl PatternsI l Jj Ji Hami1ton Brothers o jt ift Jit 1Lc jv t1 0 1ihit y 0 r f c IE i i kfSLI r m i The Wmn Who9s t JfJIzrd to Plems Just send them to us for we select our goods for the fastidI +ous womenthe ones other merchants find hardest to please As to our v Dress Goods we have the newest diagonal weave in all colors from 89c to 198 per yard Our fOULARDS are the choke of the seasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89c to 179 per yard Beautiful Swiss EmbroideriesPt in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Look at our Readymade Waists and Skirts All styles and prices Owen NicKeeSee Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns 1 iThe Richmond Climax IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR cl PRESS 1 PUBUSIERS LEAGUE FBICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1910 Democratic Ticket Fou CONOKESS HON HARVEY HELM I Of Lincoln County IT seems to us that it is time the citizens of Richmond and Madison county should go beforo tho L N and C O railroad officials and ask that they give us better connection between Richmond Lexington Frankfort and Louisville For many years a person could leave Richmond at 020a m and make connection at Winchester for Lexington and all points west but a short time ago the C O changed its time and the connection can no longer be made If one wants to go to Lexington orFrankforf he has to go by the way of Paris getting into Lexington about 11 oclock and at a cost of 73 cents more than ho formerly paid No two counties in tho state arc more closely identi fied than Madison and Fayette and the people of this county have paid the sum of 8750000 in an effort to got direct con nection with the Capitol of tho Bius Grass and they certainlydeserve some thing in return One can go to Cincinnati more easily than to Lexington or Frankfort and with but little more expense A committee should be appointed to wait upon the railroad officials and see if they wont arrange their schedules so as to give us better service If they refuse then the matter should be taken up with the Railroad Commission We have laws regulating such matters and if the railroad companies disregard them to the detriment of a community the citizens havo a right to demand better service Petty jealousies between rail road companies if any exist should not be allowed to interfere with the rights of tho people Will not someone take the necessary steps to right this wrong IN casting about for a suitable man to run for Congress in tho Tenth iUstrict fthc Democrats have about decided that the Hon A Floyd Byrd is the man for the place Mr Byrd has expressed his willingness to run provided tho nomination is given him without a contest Ho is one of the best known men in the Tenth district and his nomination j would cause consternation in time Rcpul ican camp It is to be hoped the nomI jjfination can be made without causing any sore spots for with a united party behind him Mr Byrd can bring that JSdistrict back into Democratic column Jongsrico again retired i v from newspaper work For some time f suppletIngion Herald but now ho gives it up to h nlcepta position its manager of the stock- fand bond department of the Lexington Banking Co This makes the steenth Htino that Mr Walton has retired from Journalism and it is to be hoped his present retirement will be of shorter duration than liis former ones I t Tile receipts from all sources for tho fi8cal year just closed according to a statement sent out by State Treasurer parley tiro 8181000 less than for the g year previous With an empty treasury mind a falling off of receipts to that amount what is to become of us MRS ILutTitLA RICKEU is a candidate- 4 iffprgovenior of Now Hampshire She jjjaight make a success of governing a thotydaaht seriously her ability to deal with tfeeaffairs of S tate J c lext it awful to know that tho people 5hivc got to endure time EdwardsPowers ti Whyiilthedayof election earlier IIi we 11get a tech JOIt1 l ttfi eowa piittk the bi tb mIIIMJtIy c r 41ni sd5ii1 fJ i I THERE is so much bad in the best of us and so much good in the worst of us tt These words were never truer than when taken in connection with the recent happenings in our sister state Ohio whore a young man was hanged by a mob on one of tho principal streets of one of the loading towns of tim state For many years the citizens of that state have stood aghast at tho horrible things that have happened in the South and wondered how it vas possible for anything of that naturo to transpire in this enlightened age We of the Southespecially Kentucky were looked upon as being but little removed from the barbarians but now things have changed and Ohio is hanging its head in shame because of the crime of a lawless element which can be found in every community Such things are deplored by the best element in every section and Ohio is feeling today tho same things Kentucky has so often felt but was not able to prevent After all it is best to judge not tt WALTER BHOOKINS broke the worlds record for height In a flying machine by going 0100 feet in the air At that he didnt go as high as we have seen a few bacs ball pitchers go AnMOUit the meat king says meat will be cheaper Heres hoping hes no false prophet IF automobiles could be run with hot air the loafer would be of some service after all- Wiir dont the newspapers let Roose volt rest Lot him retire to private life PERSONALS 1CrabOrchardMrs G F Bradley is very sick at her home ou Hillsdalo avenue Mrs H C Jasper and children are visiting in Boone county Mrs It W Miller of Montgomoy Ala is visiting relatives hero Mrs II S Hills and children have returned from a visit at Cloverport Capt JoeHarrisattcndcdtheShriners celebration at Lexington last week Hon J B McCreary is at homo after quite an extended visit in time East Rev C C Marshall and family are at Lebanon Junction for a months visit Mr Clay Ucrrick and family of Cin cinnati are visiting Mrs Cornia Clay Miss Margurito Jolt is visiting Dr and Mrs L It Henry oC North Middlotown Miss Neva Rena has returned from Louisville where she has been forsomo time Miss Crawford of Mt Vernon was a guest last week of Misses May and Frank L C Smith of Paris wasagucst last week of her mother Mrs J M Barlow Miss Elizabeth BIan ton will go to Paris this week to visit Mrs Emmett DicksonSProf E C McDougle is at Somerset where ho is conducting the teachers institute Mrs Anna Turley of Winchester is visiting Mrs C F Higgings on Glyndon Avenue Mrs W D Oldham and son Abner will leave tomorrow for Mudlavia Springs Ind Miss Louise Kaufman of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Van Grcenleaf on Lancaster Ave Miss Hester Covingtdn attended the banquet given by the Shriners at Lexington last week Miss Aubrey Bu ginoC Lexington camo last week for a visit to her aunt Mrs J G Stevens Lawrence Todd of Union City is visiting his sister Mrs L R Henry of North Middletown W B Duerson of Wellington Kansas is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs W T Duerson in this city Mr Lucian Burnam df Danville visited his parents Judge and Mrs Al It Burnam over Sunday Miss Louise Quarhw efStaHalon Va is the guest of pr HiXrs DnScanlon on the Campus Mrs A R BuTwrtfi and daughter MissMadeare at LKe Chautauqua N Y for several wutay Mr ciXlIANftDotyftkIBe- otl rMl4ertiMdwJ a delifhtful INftdacM kst Fridayjrtffct Mrs LUSh WiZise elLueaI t5r spnt WI5 ek 4 wih Xi- Totmk WNMi M m Jlll I b Tisf- l fj t iif rt IMr and Mrs Hanley Nippert of Cincinnati are visiting tho hatters parents Mr and Mrs J D Dykes Misses Dazoy More Porter and Eunice ofIMrs R C H Covington and children have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs C RBoucher at Moultrieville SC Mrs Arne White and son Fife loft Thursday for a two weeks visit to relatives in Campbellsvillo and Louisville Mrs H do D Forbes is hero from Houston Texas visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Wilson Tate on Broadway Mrs Maria McKinney and daughter Miss Curtis and granddaughter Vir ginia are visiting relatives at George town Mrs Wilson Tate and daughter Mrs H do B Forbes of Houston Texas are spending a few days at Crab Orchard SpringsMr Mrs R L Nashville Tenn arrived hero lastSaturI day for a visit of a few weeks with relatives Miss Bessie Witt has returned to her home at Rico Station Estill county after a visit to Mrs T J Wilcox and Miss Nina Millio- nMisesLula and Francis Oney and Eflio Land of Lexington and Mr Egbert Savage of Louisiana are the guests of Mrs R E Turley Mr and Mrs James M Wells of Highland California are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs W B Wells at Union City in this county Master Wiri French Todd entertained a number of his little friends last Thursday afternoon with a beautiful party at his home in Burnam woooT Mrs Ballard H Luxon and children reached home Wednesday night after a months visit to relatives iu Cleveland Chillicotho and Centerville Ohio Miss Mary Willie Young who has been visiting Mrs J W Zaring was called to her home in Sholbyvillo Mon day on account of illness of her mother Messrs Allen Zaring and Charles Sopcr Mrs J W Zaring and grand daughter Martha Allen and Miss Mary CinIcinnatiMrs C D Miller returned last Saturday from Nashville Tcnn7 where she was at the bed side and burial of Richard the son of Mr and Mrs R L Gentry Jr Mrs Clifton Weaver and little son Jennings havo returned homo from a two wesks visit to her sister Mrs J R Davis at Paint Lick and her brother W S McGuirc at Ruthfon Lancaster Record Miss Edna ned Martha EayanaUgh are in Richmond with their cousin Miss Naomi Ballow Mr and Mrs W O Burk and little son Lucien Sanders Burk pf Sliver Creek have been guests of Mr and Mrs D 0 Sanders The following Richmond men cOm- posed a party which left last Sunday for Detroit to attend tho National Re union of Elks Messors Robert Tcrrill D R F eemal1IW IickQlsAIt Burnam Jr W S Oldham Thos Reeves C C Culton and Ben Daugherty Mrs J H McCord entertained last Friday uftcrnoch at her home pn the Tates Creek pike in the honor of her sister Mrs G W Parsons of Weather ford Texas Punch was served through out the afternoon and games of flinch and Fortytwo were played after which an elegant two course luncheon was served The music of Miss Elizabeth Million added much to tho enjoyment of nil present Friends and relatives hero have re ceived news of the marriajo of Mr Vernor Schlegol and Miss Merle Niece which occ red at tho brides home In St Joseph Mo July5 Mr Schelegel is a son of Mrs Lir Schlogal of this city anti ll lds a splendid position in Omaha Nebraska Ho has many friends hero in his old home who wish bust and his brideiovery happiness Mrs Harrison Slmrallhas recovered from her illness of appndlcttiand returned home from the Good Samaritan Hospital With Mr Simrall and their twoS children she will leave Thursday for the trip to New York postponed when she became ill They will visit Mrs Simralls sjstfer Jrs Keats Speed and Mr Speed at their flow baasalow just completed at th sea skemi hot frtern New York City Mr Sii wHtj hs awaIor only tw or tfe i wiee 1idthe rosrot the aMJ11fiHDe timers rr sM1EJexiItgk4iUraki p kIa3idv i IrrIIIi1git H4 1rt i 1 tIt z 0 I Base Ball Won Lost Pert Paris 8ft 10 ou Frankfort 2fJ 25 p37 Winchester 20 20 534 Lexington 27 28 4O RICHMOND ur si 450 Shelby iJIo 10 33 31 Game Protested To the surprise every lover of clean sport it was learned Jast Wednesday that the manager of the Winchester ball team had filed a proest of tho game which was forfeited to Richmond on the morning of July 4 We cant see where they have any grounds for u protest Tho game was scheduled to begin at 10 oclock and when that time camo tho Richmond team was on the field ready to play but Winchester was not O vertho protest of time largo crowd which was present President Grcenleaf refused to have the game forfeited as the league rules require and waited until 1150 before demanding it It was 1115 when three men of the Winchester team appeared on the field in citizens clothes Thoyjyontto the club house and put on Ojir uniforms While they wero doing lhis Mr Grcenleaf telephon ed to tho piyndon Hotel and asked if any of the Winchester team wore there Upon being informed that they were not he told the clerk to tqll them when they came to come on out to the grounds before changing their clothes At 1130 they came to the hotel and the message of Mr Grecnleaf was delivered to them They refused to do as Mr Greenlcaf had asked and went to a room in tho hotel to change Before the change could be made tho most of the crowd had left the grounds and then it was that Mr Greenleaf demand ed that the game bo forfeited to Rich mond The Winchester management puts up the flimsy excuse for not being hero on Urns that they were waiting to get a message from Mr Grccnlcaf whether or not to come as it rained in Winchcster that morning and they thought the grounds hero would be unfit to play on Mr Greenlcaf was under no obligations to send them a message to come for it makes no difference if it is snowing in Winchester that doesnt excuse them from putting in tlieir appearance here Hustlers Too Much For Us Time Hustlers wore entirely too much for us last Tuesda winning by the score of 7 to 4 Tue diamond was not in very good condition but tho battle was hard fought Knocwas on tbo rubber for Richmond and pitched nice ball until the seventh round when on account of errors by his team mates he weakened and tho Hustlers forged to tho front Wcakley pitched for Win chester and was hit rather hard but sensational fielding behind him kept tho score down Two of the mostsensation al plays over seen hero wero made one by Tilford who fielded a hard hit ball directly over third base retiring th6 runner and ono by Goosetrcc who fell flat upon the ground and stopped a hot grounder with his bare hand and threw to first in time to get his man Both were wonderful plays and were soundly applauded Another feature of the game was a homo run by Bramlago Time score- Winchester 0 0100122 17Richmond 010101001A Frankfort 3 Richmond 2 Frankfort tok the second gamp of byurntime locals should have won but slow work atcritical time proved too much of a handicap Wills and McElvaino were the opposing slab artists but bad support gave Wills the little end df the score Umpire Knapp was hit by a foul tip and had to be carried off the field Allison and Crutcher finishing the game and both did good work Pitchers Baffle Thursdays game between Richmond and Frankfprton tho local lot was a pitch ers battle between Allison for Rich mond and Cornell for Frankfort Cornell pitched nice ball throughout and easily shut the Pioneers out Allison also pitched shutout ban in all but the fifth inning when lIe faltered just a bit and four hits netted two runs Ho would have gotten by even then but with two men out and two men on bases the urn piros eyes went into an eclipse and al lowed a man to walk on five good strikes The next man up made a hit and tho game was lost Tho score- Richmond OD 0 Q 00 0 000 Frankfortu6o 000t200002- Won EccIt1ngathe- The Pioneers won a game from Frankfort Saturday which was one of the most exciting ever seen on the local grounds Creagor and Ycrkes were the opposing pitchers and both worked nicel and each side had to earn everytbingthey got The Lawmakers started the run getting in tho first round IJoctt tho first twobaggerUarelscored a moment later ona sacrifice flyby Swartz Richmond tied the score ji third when Elgin lead off 7ith a twobagger Cronsor sacrificed him to third and vHh Olson nt but the squeeze play was worked Elgin coming safely across the pan Ittho fourth tho Lawmakers added anotheron a twobag ger by Harrel an out by Swartz and a sacrifice fly byAugomqir The Pioneers lied it up in the sixth oxva lilt by Bramlage a sacrifice by Morton an out by Tilford and a twobadger by Taylor It was in tho seventh that tho Pioneers did thcir nicest work Sv rtz lead off with a hit and Angomoir laid down n nice bunt whir h Creagcr throw wild iu ait attempt Id got Swartz at second Swartz going to third on the error Ange molr stolo second and with the fielders in close Warren lilt one at Olson who threw to tho plate1 Vutih Swnrtz out this left Aijgomoir on third and Warren on first Warren stole second and Beard was purposely walked in pn effort to work a double play and it succeeded Bphannon sending a puny grounder to Oson who throw to Elgin killing off Angcmicfand Elgin threw to first in time to get Bohanuon Tho score remained tied until the ninth round It looked as though the Lawmakers would got one across In their half of the ntnthITsrrol eadiiig off with another tworbigger but the side wastetircd before ho cpuld get home In Richmond half ilford the first up got a twobapgcr aylorsacrificedhimtQ third E1gkot r base oa balls 0reac struck twitf but teQ 4iiM to tbfe JtII arewitk1i two Igi iMhlgTjll ri 1rlitrtat inning rure The werjtofOJsen Klgln- nd MeMy rot 3i clin O aj 1WIdot l1arroluad 4htFkor4 wife ic= 1- t4 I c r I tI Ij HitOII byPa1 TherPio Gee rjourrteyo to Paris Sun day tod found a lovely goose og to add to their steady large collection While they worn performing this wonderful feat theJJourbbnltes wore accumulating eight scores onongh to win several games Allison was on the mound for Richmond anti before ho could get to going right in firs round four runs had crossed the pan Again in the eighth he faltered just a bit and with the assistance of two errors let four more in Poolepitchod for Paris and was as stingy with hits as a miser is with a dollar The Pioneers Rot six but they were too badly scattered to produce any runs The ladies of the P A C Infirmary wish to call the Attention of their friends all over the county that they will again servo the dinner at the Fair during its four days mooting AH who visited the dining hall last year will recall what splendid and bountiful dinners werfi served They invite everybody to take dinner with them and thus assist a worthy cause Protracted Meeting A protracted meeting is in progress at Brookstown having begun Saturday July 9th The services are being conducted by Rev T Q Martin and good crowds are attending The meeting will continue until further notice and everybody is invited Beckler Chosen- Mr W A Beckler has been chosen to succeed the late VC Rinearson as general passenger agent of the Q C railroad Mr Beckler has been assis tant general passenger agent for several years and is thoroughly competent and well acquainted with the undertaking Marriage License Since our last issue County Clerk Ter till has issjued marriage license to the following couples Preston Sexton and Laura Pigg Robt L Griffin and Martha Lamb Geo A Masters and Nancy Per kins Milton King and Lucinda Eding ton Marwin Jackson and Sue Smith J T Allen and Mary Daugherty and Homer Tinsley and Catherine Conner Fish Granted Bond The attorneys in tho case of Grover Fish appeared before Judge Denton last Tuesday and argued tho question as to whether or not Fish bogiven bond After listening to both sides Judge Denton granted him bail to the amount of 5000 which was at once given and Fish released To Build Annex The good people of Richmond and Madison county have realized many times what a blessing tho PaUlo A Clay Infirmary is to the community and have at all times shown their interest in the institution For many years it has been not only the desire and intention of the Association to build an annex but it has been a necessity and now this necessity has become so great that this work cannot bo postponed longer but will bo begun within the next few days the contract for samo having been let to contractors Turphr Todd The plans call for some new rooms and other equipments such as steam heating elevators splendid drain and sewer system and a complete renovation of tho old building No more deserving work in our midst than this hospital which is carried on by a Board of Directorscomposed as is well known of women from the various churches While the association has somo funds in bank enough to begin this building it is not enough to complete it and an effort is being made to secure subscriptions to this building fund from our citizens The ladies are circulating a subscription paper for donations leav ing the amount with the giver They tiro meeting with splcdtd success the subscriptions ranging from 55CO to 25 Wo trust our people in town and in county will realize more than over the great importance of this institution and what such improvements will mean to it and the communty and will rally liberally to its supporlISurprise Wedding The friends of Id r Willoughby Wagers and Miss Kate Douglas were somewhat surprised Monday when they learned that this popuar young couple had gone to Cincinnati and were married Accompanied by Miss Sallic Wagers sistar of the groom they left on the morning train and went to the home of Mr A B Wagers in Cincinnati where they were quietly married The bride is the eldest daughter of the late Thos J Douglas and is one of tho most popu Jar young women of our city She Is possessed of beautiful traits of character being of a modest retiring disposition that is indeed beautiful and which makes everlasting friends of everyone manocisterting boyhood he has shown those traits of character which go to make up time ideal American citizen and today ho stands a living monument to tho early training of a Jodly mother amla de voted father May lifotj richest bohoj dictions be theirs is the Hvish of a host of friends Words of Wisdom Editor Sargent of thi Berry Citizen is responsible for thcilo wise words The reason that matrimony is so often a failure is becauso sit many women look upon it as a meal ticket and too many men a way of getting a cookwho wont give notice and quit and who doesnt have to be paid any wages ThsConveriienceof Baking Iliveyoa in shplellour facilities 4e our modn mohods aM- ok5est c 1e4 orhwsry- esecthins l v and biafciipf i 1rrCl Tea w11t ft- izde4a 1L b N T WHITE i1f WILL BEGIN HIS ANNUAL Clearance SaleCF On Saturday July 9th 1 1 The women of Richmond and vicinity who have attended our Clearance tii Sales know that we mean what we say and that everything in ourf iistore will be sold regardless of cost It is tIe time of the year when j 1 Sy cost or former prices are lost sight of It is our desire to dispose of i everything in our house We have 1j MARKEDr GOODS RIDICUOUSLY LOVI and we want you to get as many of these bargains as you can because we realize the savings on every purchase 1 Comeivery One t What we Offer li For Sale or Rent Having bought a home in the South I desire to sell or rent my house and 10 acres of land located on the Big Hill pike one mile from Court House j13tt J T Hubbard If you are interested in the future of Richmond you will naturally bo interested in our Industral edition and do all in your power to male it a success Real Estate Transfers ITho following transfers in real estate have been made since July 1st Commissioner to Sam Willoughby 101 acres 35942 II C Rico etc to Irvine Shifilett 2 acres 100- Clifton Davis to D W Black 334 acres 50 Jas E Black to D W Black 200 acres 2530 Commissioner to W H Harbor 14 acres 0025 Maria Lakes Jo Wm BalloSv C acres 300 Martha E TumOr to W J Snrifh acre 75 Aaron Patton to Harrison Walker acre 35 D M Seltle to Chas Lamb 1 Macros 800 Wm Coates to Joe Coates 12 acres 250 O P Jackson to Matilda Hendnck 3 acres 500 John Gordon to J A Snowden 5 sq poles 500 J A Young to Chas Roberts 34 acres 90Commissioner to Flossie Hostottcr 34 14 acres division Flossie Hostcttcr to W A Johnson 88 acres 427 In the District Court of the United StatesI- N IN BANKRUPTCY No 173 In tho Matter of W C Fitzpatrick Bankrupt- Richmond Ky July 0 1910 Totho creditors of W C Fitzpatiick of Paint Lick in tho County of Madison and district aforesaid a bankrupt Xolice is hereby given that on June 13 the said W C Fitzpatrick was duly adjudged a bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at tho cilice of A R Burnam in Richmond Ky on July 15 at 10 oclock a m at which timo the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the Bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come boforQ said meeting E T Burnam Referee in Bankruptcy A Filing Fee of 25ccnts mustaccompany each claim Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 1 directed to me which issued from the Clerks Ollico of the Madison Circuit Court in favor of S M Gooch against Jeff Burns I or ono of my Deputies will on Monday August 1 1910 between the hours of 10 oclock A M and 2 P IL nt the court house door in Richmond Madison county Ky expose 1ublic Sale to the highest and best Ito the following described pr jperty so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and costs to wit 0980 and the costs hereof The Undivided Interest of Jeff Burns in 157 acres ofland more or less situated in time Elliston Magisterial District on the waters of Silver Creole in Madison county Ky and bounded as follows on the Northby the land of J T Oornolison on the East by the land of Pal Cornoltson on the South by tho land of J Miracle and on the West by time Berea and Kingston Turn pike levied upon as property of Jeff Burns Terms Sale will be mado on a credit of Three months bond with approved security required bearing interest at time ralo of 0 per cent per annum from day of saloand having the force and effect of Sato Bond D A McCord Sheriff M C July 12th 1010 3t It Isnt Our Way to cut oil more meat than you need Just to makojorger sales You know how inucTi you want and wo consider it our duly to supply it as nearly as we can So order your roasistotkor chops in any way you please Youll Ibid tho meat the weight and the price as right as right can C C CULTONSuccess rtQ Douglas is Cullon 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 136 hOd11Ig RA1J BANK TR1JST QQiJ The Oreat REO CarTHE BEST MADE J I 2 and 4 Cylinders It will be to your advantage to see me before purchasing an automobile J T COY AgentHKIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY I of the of the Doing business at AVaco county Ky at close of business on the IJUlh day of june Loans and with one or more as il Real estate I2S39 01 Call loans on 131 25 Time loans on SB31 O U S bonds SOOther stocks bonds etc Due from National Due from State banks end bonks 0 flue from Trust 0 US und National Hank notes 2000 Specie n C 1I 21 Checks and other cash Items 1210 for house tO secured W 10 ro Current expenses rReal estate banking house I77O Other real to nnd 2X6 42 nay of above heads 00 Total S23t0 13 Stock paid in In cash 15060 W profits 138U SI Fund to on which Time of deposit on which Interest Is phd W00 deposits on which Inter V JXM National Imnks ciwclu Iote MM l llls N Time dntf and unpstd III Bills p yabte 00 Other not aclsie4 under any of the above beMta Total L jat U State of I B of the aiwre r umed wok do vwear that MH above ie tlle aI I ftHnpp rnwiIvHa- ppyBecause LUMANAND 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 entirely satisfactory Report Condition Waco Deposit Bank Madison 111- 0RESOURCES discounts endorsers surety21I3 mortJolCsucollateral collateral bank8n61AA118 companies Kxchancc dentine Overdrafts Overdrafts unsecured rnxestorolci797cstnhwn1umiturc ixturetnOtlicrAfwetanot lncluilctlin LIABILITIES Capital Surplus fl1ndu1t1J1Undivided pnytqxcsruDeposits 4OOI311DIJOits ro98iDemmdInterestlspaW certificates Savings etMpQ1155500Ccrtlftcd ViletnuotCttiet ou4igreUtocounteil IJ- IUnpeJd dhklendlll flbitfties CooutyofMadUwn Xeninckr IdaowJaad CMjrfa Matemetit betietv au4Cibier tkiflttxtayofKmW- I rwal g r ImaW BESNETT PKES N U DEATii ItGETIn1tES SITTnom I r U B Cosnr lDOOIUillEIEUS n eGdhclsensed Statement ofvthd 4 MJdOI NaliJOlQ BauiiIJIICUMOND KY t 4 IJune 30th 1910 RESOURCES vf 1 Loans l w t v OverdfLsLj1Li590000 JiUS Bonds u 1U0C4Q 00 iip5 5tMf 7 7yjjfijDuojDue from U S Treasurer li 56ddpoi Cash Total y 7 t j uu 1 262325j 51 Iikiw LIABltilTIES vV jt tS oooooSurplusFundnU d cv id eu pro fits rJOL iioi g j d tt 60CmrculatbonDsiosrrs v H t 1i 4 w i 1 B 1Banksr aaisei4 BOBT RL BURNAM CASHIER j STUDIO j a W niyti4ingi ill J MiIwtikee f j Y 9 Ui i if3 f JGHLJt Thtt J 7 f j 1 1r Tj I I i I I J ii I c 17 i TIELI71W i I smart Clothes EOT Ladies and MissesjL J J t i wilt be found in v if ffeJ M Barlows Readytowear Parlor f in Building with Mr F T Yeagers Jewelry Store 218 WestMain Street Coino nwiIl bo glad lo show you my new line of Ladies Readytowear In the Latest Styles and Materials When you get my prices they will surprise you and youll come back again sI4+ I I George EngIih- PLUMBING 1 IDotor for JGits and Gasoline EnginesIAgents for Johnson Best System of Water Works l for country and suburban homes l l 210 E Main Street Phone 619l t RICHMOND KENTUCKYI+ Rural TelephonesM- r Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city ret deuce and place yourself in a position to jet the latest market quotations a any time This can be accomplished by means of out telephone service whicl you and your neighbor can gat for a sum that is small compared with the bene headquartersNashvillerate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately ppiLouisianaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COt Incorporated V I iEffl devices which price or as of special has nowarrivcd and you should not delay an order for a Stylish Spring Suit at Marischcns Tailoring Our to Qrder Garments are always ow into the care and skill we use in cut ting and MarischenOver Sextons Shoe Store We do Cleaning and Pressing Tele I 73 g TT II That is one secret i 0- the success of y4this Typewriter Zf1tlro 3fiiNecessary with are attachedat an extra else built parts ma Spring Planting Time planting Establishment Made remarkably distinctive fitting Qeo TTfUrI I other- typewriters chines with only one iise Some Inbuilt Features i at a more exorbItantCard Writing Decimal I price are inbuilt in j Billing Color Condensed YorkI every NEW MODEL and stenciling L C SMITH T BROS TYPEWRITER All these kinds of workandothersdone by one simple typewriter our regular correspond ence machine without any extra cost attachments BALL BEARINGS throughout typebar carriage segment all important frictional points made antifrictional The inbuilt devices save you the price of attachments costly things these attachments wearBearingbar JointAnd this complete machine costs no more than others which must have expensive attachments to make them complete- To buy a typewriter without investigating the L CSMITH BROS mtlrkIfL C SMITH BROS Typewriter Company d1iMAIN STREET CINCINNATI OHIO Womans Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from female ailments Some women suffer more acutely and more constantly than others But whether you have little pain or whether you suffer intensely you should take Wine of Cardui and get relief Cardui is a safe natural medicine for women prepared scientifically m harmless vegetable in redients It acts easily on the female organs and t gives strength and tone to the whole system I TAKE CARDUIJ The Womans Tonic 3fic jfceraa Wallace of Sanger Tex tried CardaL She writes fCwdoi Jdopemore for me than I cn describe Lait I wes take Inflammation and consulted a etoibutto- no aT to Itookprduiand inside of three days I waS able to do myewo never ztn4ryjj AT i JUL pV iTQZ riI0c Ii y Y PctbIiC SoL LoJoc0 City Taxes I Uwutoa Thy July 21st 1910 tweeii tb hours ef one and two oclock in treat ot tke GUy ttall door J9Mrof Firstaad Irvta atreet in tho City Rchexly sell for cash for unpaid city tax bUbpeaaUy interest anti costs for the year of 1009 tho following particSj property real estate or enough to pay tho amoast specified below If not paid before said ate- rrO OjNell OityTaxCollector WHITE LIST for 1000 And rsou Joe and Carlton 4 27 BuItandWhitouu 13 48 Bush Joei 9 50- Bybc lalvinau 0 32 Bybee Maivina Gdnh 8 40 Coats Wmu72QDoathoragoQ S 143 Ransdall HplHsL uu SpKJ Roberts Daniel 7 21 Trover8 Thos B 7 21- TurpSn hayden and John 4 27 COLORD LIST Ballew George 1055 Bennett Cam 1 u 5 51 Breck ITellnt 11 81 Biggerslaff Alice 1 511- Brdnston Jako 0 27 Burgin M ttiia hrs 3 43 Burnam Jno C 511 Craig Henry i 0 37 Campbell Elder 2tHIChenault Alico Chenault Tdboi l 79 Collins Sarft 8 05 Crutcher Lizzio C 37 DeJarnett Sarah 511 Embr Julia 5 11 Fife Mafyi27 rife MlUthan J5 77 G U O 6 F Lodge 1850 Harris Ben 7 20 Harris Ilattio 5 11 Hill Wyatt 37 Irvine Joe Sru 5 11 Jarman Robt Sr S 68 Martin Jno 5 11 Miller Chancy2Gl Moss Alex 8 88 Muncy Sallieu 4 27 Palmer Jim Sr 7 20 Phelps Wj1Jia01u 37 Phelps Mary3 44 Pope Green hrs 3 91 Shearer Jake 3 4- 4SmitbScottI4 76 Smith Ella 4 27 Tevis Tomu 805 Todd Jos C 8 03 Turner Mattio 5 11 Tye Wm- Turner 637 TitiaI 4 27 Winkflold Millio 6SO Walker Ed 10 53 Willis Llzzieu 5 9j White Norcis 0 SO White Hollau 6 31 Yates Wm Buster 9 72 Yates eu 5 11 Feel languid weak runflown Headache Stomach offJust a a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach promotes diReslilon purifies th ebbed Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden Flora I wish Jhandand grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of costI32tf C H Pica Assignee Lost Last Sunday between tho Christian church and home in the country a pearl Sunburst broach Diamond in tho center with pearls around Liberal reward for its return to this ouil- coLOST On Tied House or Union piko Sunday a babys white cloak Return to J A McKensie Ida May Coal Co Richmond Ky tf Wool Dcathcrago want your wool and will pay the very highest market price Curs me Seo him before selling 20t = C Be Something v There is a moral gmndfiur in the thougiitI- Aself fetveimulo 1 1W6rld may wa their heads and you may lie denounced but if youare conscious of that integrity of purpose which hasfUlways characterized you aiid that you now stand on an eminence placed there by yrowI1 rectitude of heart you have nothing to fear You had not the influence of wealth nor tbeGodspeed you of pow erful friends but you had 1orea heart fixed and de terrained and this is what made you what yon are Go onadd virtue to virtuelook steadily at the goal before you and at last your best teacher and artful companions will acknowledge your super iority and feel proud of being among the number of your friends The man who is re solved to be something in the world should have nothing to fear and when he little dreams of it honors are gathering about his head and auinlluence goes out from him which Is exerted silently but surely for the good of thousandsEx A Toast To Laughter Heres to laughter the sunshine of the soul the hap piness of the heart the leaven of youth the privilege of pur ity the echo innocence the treasure of the humble the weatth of the poor the bead on the cup of pleasure it dispels dejection banishes blues and mangles melancholy for isis the foe of woe the de stroyer of depression the enemy of grief It is what kings envy peasants pluto crats envy the poor the guilty envy the innocence its the sheen on the silver of smiles the ripple on the water of delight the glint on the gold of gladness without it human would be dumb wit would wither dimples would disap pear and smiles wouldshrivel for its the glow of a clean conscience the voice of a pure soul the birth cry of mirth the swangsong of sad ness Laughter Your Local Paper Every man engaged in busi ness or in any way interested in the material prosperity of his town and vicinity or in the educational affairs of his Community or m the moral purity of societyin his neigh borhood is under great obli gations to his local paper and should give it a liberal support not as charity but as duty to himself to his family and to his neighbors and as a wise investment of his money v MILL WORK INTERIOR TR- IMSLUIViBERThe quality of everything you buy is guaranteed by us Xe spare no effort in making our building materials the best Blantoti=Congleton Lumber Co Incordoratccl Successors to Ed Wanton Co Near L A Depot Telephone 425 Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and extend a cordial invitation tot jho public to call and sec us Wo also have daily FRESH VEGETABLES fact everything to be found 1n n first class grocery Cull and inspect our goods and vro are confident you will give us a share of your business Lackey Todd Telephone G2 Opera ITouse Building FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenue one of the most beautiful streets in Richr inbnd Ky and contains 3 rooms andhall 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 out buirdinxfe All the woodwork an interior of house is finislwed in natural wood and roonis are hand somely papered For particulars call on y 14LEEDSJ ATg8AMsjt J WOODLAND trJtI XE8TUCKYUu S u n 0jh u t ic Fie Richmond Climax WMMttM RftY WfMMIMT W TNECLIMAX PRINTING CO- Iuixwporatodl A D MILLER EOITOU Miubrl IUHTucq J8ESS ASWCIATW I DISTRICT POMJ6HCR3 UAGUE FBICE flOO PER YEAB IK ADVANCK WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1910 Tho Coburn Players of Now York who will bo seen hero on July 14 when they present Tho Merchant of Venice and As You Liko Won the Normal School Campus is an organization of actors who have had five summers of experience together and jtVho have ap peared with unvarying success in cities throughout the cquntry During the past summer they played at most of the leading colleges and universities of the East South and Middle West and facul ties and student bodies alike wore gen erous in their appreciation and praise They also gave performances at many of the more prominent country clubs where they are booked for return engagements Tho company is an admirably arid thoroughly balanced ono turn out and its appearance here is early anticipated 2031 Name of Clothes Funny isnt itslid the observant woman how our clothes are named in some of them there is a sortoljpretense that may please others but it seems absnred to me For instance I have had a woman show me a coat and tell we how fine it would be for driv jug when neither nor one in a hundred of her customers would ever get into a carriage Thenthemotorveils Just see how every woman rushes to get them I suppose they will be selling thousands of avatvon hats next Butif you dont realize how our clothes are named and the foolishness of it just consider that at the same time a woman may wear a socalled tennis blouse a sailor collar walking shoes a riding hat a motor veil r trotting skirt a golf vest and a driving coat And in spitE of the complexity of sports she wouldnt look particularly incongrouous either Turkey Eggs The Best It is our benign purpose ti tell the people and the edit ors from time to time somE of the extraordinary good things that they have ant lack the education to eatno the groveling grub of thE groundliugs but edible worthy of persons who liVE in Grand Old South Caro Una How many persons including the word painting editors have eaten turkey eggs foi example There are eggs and eggs but your average lumdrivingwiseacre imagines when he eats two soil boiled eggs at a restaurant that he is exhausting the subject Such is not the case The turkey egg has an Elysian favor infinitely re moved in excellence from that of the duck or the guinea fowl and the eggs of those birds are better in our opinion than those of the chicken We do not attempt to convey auy notion of the turkey eggs deliciousness because it can not be conveyed in words What is intended to be stressed is that here is one of the most perfect foods that men can have and ytt not one man in fifty and not one woman in 500 knows anything about it It is useless to talk about women ann foods they know nothing about good things twenty generations of candy eating have deprav ed and destroyed their gustatory nerves anti they arejudges only of sweet meats and ices It suffices to say and to say it plainly that there ire few delicacies in this land of neglected or abandoned delicacies that equal the eggs of the turkey Of courseJwQ expect these remarks to bring down upon us the maledictions Qfthe threeforaquarterr econom ists who will say that the eat lug of an egg out of which might be hatched a turkey is crimnal waste hut discern big people will agree that their view is shortsighted There is not good reason why turkey eggs should not be Abundant both for eathig and hatching purposes It is only necessary to deyoteotne attention to the deveopment ol a variety of turkey with an aptItudeJor e gJaying The Leghorn and otberuag families of chicken ere the result of beedIgij4 tribes oft t1CeylIba vin sftBiteisi characteristic ooow be had with s little cart sd fprMfr srS1 vv1 JslHaRecentdfecpyeries have shown that falling hair is caused by germs at the roots of the hair Therefore to stop falling hair you must first completely de stroy these germs Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula will certainly do this Then leave the rest to nature Does not change the color of the Lair IAlJe a with oaoh boUI Show it to your doctor Ask him bout II then do ash say Recent discoveries have also proved that dandruff is caused by germs on the scalp tlrstthlngtodruff germs Here tnesame Ayers Hair Vigor will give the same splendid results M do by thJ CAyer Co Lowell Man Whats the Use The tobacco grower is no fooL He knows what is the best for him he understands better than anybody else whether his financial condi tion will warrant his signing the 1910 pledge and he is fully aware of what will hap pen if the pool fails So whats the use The tobacco grower being no fool knows that with the 1910 pool a failure the 1909 pool will of necessity be thrown on the market to bring what it will before the readySothe 1909 pool will glut the market and bring a low price Ithewell and the 1910 crop fol lowing will bring a still lower priceThe tobacco grower knows that the independents the dumper and the former pool er will share alike in the slump of prices The dump ers farm will not bring any more per acre than will the former poolers The dump ers bank stock will fall in value equally with the former poolers The dumper will have just as much trouble meeting his notes The dumper will have the same excuse as the former pooler when he asks the grocer the dry goods dealer the butcher the baker and the candlestick maker to extend his credit because the low price of tobac moneyIwill fall due on the original dates just as if the pool had peen a success and every i body had money The dumper wont have any advantage at all He will be dead broke and so will the formerpooler All in the same boat All go down together Halleluiah Mr Merchant too will be in the same fix as the dump er and the former pooler He wont be able to collect his accounts Consequently he wont be able to meet his ob ligations The banks being hard pressed wont be able to lend him more money His creditors will press upon him He will go down All in the same boat Glory Nice state of affairs The tobacso grower being no fool sees it all plain enough The merchant sees it all Has it it ever occur ed to the tobacco growers the dumpers the former poolers the merchants and the hankers Of Harrison county to get together and talk the matter over before it is too late A very serious situation con fronts Our Old Kentucky Home Cynthiana Demo crat Licenses Collected Licenses have been collected by Dr Ben L Bruner Sec retary of State on about 1 700 automobiles in this State being within 500 of the esti mated number of automobiles owned in Kentucky The total of fees collected amounts to about 13000 which goes into a good roads fund some disposition of which will be made by the next Legislature Dr Bruner says that collect ing the automobile tax and enforcing the provisnons of the automobile law are not easy tasks thelaw being in tricite and inapy yards of red tape having to be un wound before the law can be admiiBistered The average tax paid on automobiles the fee peiug graded according to the horsepower of the cars- isabciutS Only a few fees as high as 20bavebeen Utemajorityftheautoo nlyt5 There were a great many at 10 and rat15-o that the average la about inicese soon will haYs aottotad tti ft tlG e wsr a- a ii ffi G DOTY SURVEYOR solicits patronage of those needing ser ykesofa cOmpotentman Address RlCmlO mKFNTUCKY REmmettMillion Successor to Burgia De- nuyDENTIST Over State Bank iTrn t Cocipau- yTi1LEP11QNg6 ca cWrNATJB- NEYATLA KlOTMOND KENTUCKY Jfflce over State Bank Trust Co op joeito Court House on Main Street larry M JBlanton s DENTIST frOBlce ID Bennett BnlliUn imaly TKLtPJIONK IUS DrC + H Mainhartl J Graduate McKIIIipp Veteilnarj Cc liege of ChIcago Ill Veterinary Surgeon Onice at J R Azbills Stable Ofllco Phono 09 Kes Phono 532 r Richmond Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Old ham Building j 0i D M OHEAULTA- TTORNEYSATIJAIV ICIIMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery Mrs Maude Mackey Walker Hair Dressing Parlor Bring your combings and have them made into a braid transformation pieces puffs and other hair pieces I can afford to do this work at a reasonable price with my new machinery which incurs greater rapidity and less expense Ilair dyed braids restored to original color Highest prices paid for combings Ofllco phone 515 homo phono 202 Two doors above Stocktons drug store 420lm Cheapest accident insuranceDr Thomas Electic Oil Stops the pain and heals the wound All druggist sell it jy 1m Travelers Madison National Bank sells Travelers checks issued by First Nationa hank gf Chicago Good tho world over jnolS tf For Sale Fifteen male Duroc shoats weigh about 85 pounds Wm Park R F D No4 Richmond Ky j154t The wise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan II Breck ha the best police tf fQRSVMMERCGMFORT coOli WITH 6A5 CHEAPEST SAFEST ClEANEST QUICKf WAyr Richmond Water Light Co Incorporated Beef Clubs Farmers Butchers NOTICE = I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right Ring phone 363 M WI DESRICHMOND KENTUCKY I I Good Things to Eat ThAt a ill we carry Whether Its a I staple like sugar or a fancy table dell- cacy like imported cheese we have I dependableEvery iloISaust stand rigid Each article Is chosen from brauds offered because it has manyfI its superior merit Each braud competes for preference and none a place on our If it fails to measure up to standard of quality shelvesIOne of the recent successful I ants for representation In our line IiiCOFFEEI a smooth and dainty blend of selected highland grown beans the t tSarkcta choicest The Electa process of ag anti drycuring preserves the genuine coffee flavor and Iproves In ns1ngEiectaCoIEC4yOUsTeSUreof I the finest a 8II itself would make Electa worth morejt than other coffees h I it with any you ever drank I IIUIdI I I Tte and Son I ITeIephone 35 i I a p pe Representative of the National Cooperative Realty Company iTJI AM HIGGINS 258 E Main Street Richmond Ky I have opened my Real Estate office and will be glad to receive youi list of For Sale or Rent Property City Property or Farm Lands Have arranged to have property well advertised in home papers and National Bulletin RENTS COLLECTED You can plow onethird more ground and not tire yourself or horses with the J i CASE Riding Cultivator THE GENUINE Walking Brown Cultivator will last longer and do better work than any Walk ing Cultivator on the market Call and let us show you why D B Shackelford Co SterIiiigClothes VV 1ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES j Beech Tailored Ready to i Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade fJ Xyears experience the factory guarantee in stitsaIlsizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from 4 Fijie Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc afi lowest prices for high class goods JR Stoufferr Ott BtfftUfeiMd c1oeIdIa od TaUarig HQUM to Riebomtf 11 q n i v HOTVVEATHER BARGAIN 3 j r GLOtEffwG Wa are selling 2000 Griffon Suits for men at 1498 1800Griffon Suits for men at 1248 1250 Griffon Suits for menat 998 Come and see these suits and be convinced j that we save you from 350 to 550 on every summer suit Straw Hats for JUen 4TAll the New Shapes i All 500 Panama Hats now 375 tAIl 250 5ott Straw Hats now 198 All 150 Soft Straw Hals now 98 Shirts lightIi in plaiu and fancy patterns with or without col f regular98c Mens Athletic Underwear Snirts without sleeves knee drawers Knit or Nainsook 25 cents each 3 Large Palm Fans 5 cents Time You Got That Diamond Maybe you have not got a watch though We have the best American movements or any oUter you may select Diamonds are the best investment as they are increasing in value all the time and then they tnnke you look prosper ous and remumbcr diamonds win Hearts F J YEAGER YAm STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY The Modem Home ONEof the first requisites of a home isan uptodate sanitary plumbing equipment To safeguard the domestic health and to keep the home thoroughly clean and wholesome at all times plumbing fixtures affording absolute and perfect sanitation are a prime necessity tattfaftf Ware because of its thoroughsani tary efficiency and unusual permanency makes an ideal equipment perpetuates home healthand makes your bathroom attractive and inviting Our plumbers are expert mechanics honest andreliable and we guarantee our work to be satisfactory Orders for repair work given prompt attcntion Richmond Motor PlumbingCo Incorporated 1y Tennis Shoes We haAe lots of Tennis Shoes and Oxfords in white and black for men women and children Extra good white Vests for ladies regular 15c quality Hot weather pJice 8e 50Q GauieiVe ts in regular 7 l2cquajity Hot w thrPJke r 4e 7 We Sell and Guarantee Wunderhosefor Men Women and Children August McCall Maga Childrens Half Hose zines 5c copy white withcolored R G Corsets 1topsAmerican sets1 Beauty Cor 1 0e McCall Patterns 10 and Childrens Knit Waists 15 cents all sizes 1 Oc f Ladies Hose Ladies Black Silk Gauze Hose extra good 25c pair E11FLDEHIITESCream Vmifuge1HE WORM- rIEMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNlC ccvtxn or IMITATIONS TIlt PHEPAHIO ONIY BallardSnow Liniment Co OY LOUIO MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY 1 TheBusy r Bee I GosbI tore W 04ULUHAM RND GOMPPY o fi fr- t r T j f t An Experts Opinion 01 SkIn Dis eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific experience ho has never found so hard a disease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend Zemoas a most successful remedy for tho treat diseasesc1andrufT other diseases of the skin and scalp He qualitiesthat it is clean liquid remedy for exter nal use A great improvement over tho old stylo greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ 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 sample bottle of Zemo and a booklet whichexplains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yoursat home elf with Zomo tf For Sale parkApplytt JATon Monnd City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24niy For Sale I have several good building lots for BreckAveapartmenthousoterested in purchase please call on the sonDrA Millionaires Baby attended by tli3 highest priced baby Bpoeiahst could not be cored of stomach or bowel tronbe any quicker or surer MGeeIldytary and all derangement of the 5OcSo1c1n J T FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Oldham Building RichmondKyA means that man nud wifo have lived to hBTeItlpthealthy is to eee that your liver doe onlywaybino in the houso and take it whenever botthSO1dbyHTPerry Farm For Sale As executor of David Chenault de ceased I will sell privately tho homo place of Mr Chenault on Irvine pike homesIneast of Richmond TrIo farm consists of thirty acres 6f finest blue grass soil ospecil1lysuitableor andindance Jrrunning water in addition to cisiorria On the farm isnlso a very finfj orchard 6 all kinds of fruit ind a largo quantity of locust Anyone desiring to examine the above place can apply to Mrs David Chenault on the premteas JC Chomault Richmond Ky or J W Elmore Executor tf Lancaster Ky Starved TO Death te what emikl tratWdHy ke I4tW e- y duiidR Who Ii TIter huI fJuiIowyasrittilds fretfaf pa mm phdoindhi bt r MIa hIJeerVCruaeh saiflI qIsIj hi picks up I OHIO VALLEY WELCOMES SOUTHERN INDUSTRIES Preparations Ufiderfay For i Comprehensive Indus trial Expositioi at Cin cinnati Ohio This Fall Cincinnati OSpeclaljWIth almost magic rapidity the buildings which will house the greater portion of the Ohio Valley Exposition to be held In Cincinnati from Aug 29 to Bept 24 are springing up Two weeks ago the banks of the Miami and Erie canal Where all the temporary structures of the Exposition will be located was bare of anything that suggested architectural or structural enterprise Today there are half a doz en buildings rearing their rafters skyward while the music of half a thou sand hammers and saws In the hands of skilled artisans attest to the hustle and bustle which is being indulged In that the exhibits and amusement features of this gigantic industrial enterprise may be properly taken care of when the time comes for their installation It will require at least twelve build ings of huge dimensions to take care of the various features that will be offered at the Exposition this sum mary not including the magnificent Music Hall and Its two mammoth wings all of which will be devoted to the purposes of tho Exposition The temporary buildings will be in the rear of Music Hall and will ex tend from Fifteenth street southward as far as the elbow of the canal at the head of Plum street and east ward to Elm street the entire stretch of buildings being considerable over half a mile In length and occupying both banks of tho canal Floral decked promenades will be arranged on IIS I Fashions warships SpuniahAmericanthe Indiana and latest type of will be shown at Ohio Cincinnati from Aug Sept either aide of the canal with the hibition and amusement buildings opening off this long stretch of beau tified walks At night these walks will be brilliantly Illuminated con verting the canal a shimmering avenue upon which gaily decorated barge and motor boats mod ern troubadours will glide gracefully living this portion of the Exposition a decided carnival aspect In planning this Exposition the business men Cincinnati took Into consideration the rather limited trade relations now existing between the Ohio Valley and tho South They felt that tho commercial friendship should bo more Intense than present that the Ohio Valley was going to distant markets for commodities which her nearest neighbor the South was producing her very doors while the same time the South was ignoring the proximity of Ohio Valley manufactories and seek ing various classes merchandise other sections As the natural gateway between the Ohio Valley and the South Cincinnati felt was Incum bent upon her bring these sections together In a closer trade relationship and the Ohio Valley Exposi tion was Exhibition- In many respects thla Exposition be unique in the annals of Indus trial exhibitions The setting erf 21000 square feet of space osldoI Southern Exhibit alonean now being assembled by more than thirty Southern railroads and design ed show the best products and resources of the South Irrespective of section In which they are pro ducedIs unusual and speaks greatly for the liberality of the management while the same time gives the South a rare opportunity bring this market examples all her best industrial and natural products Particular attention being given workjingments These exhibits will consist of working models various Industries bowing how different are produced instead of commoditiesI old hackneyed exhibits products only No the Ohio Valley the South will be missing from this display which will Do It Now Richmond Should Not Wait Until It Is Too Late The appsliindoat1irata from kidnay disease due in most cases the fact that the little kidney troubles are usually neglected until they noun The plight symptons becomeGeI disorders and Roes grain illy into the grasp ordia betes dropsy Bright disease gravel eoEBe other set ions fjrm of kIdney complaintIf from back ache head aches dizzy spell the kidney secre tEens are irregular ef pasHge and un layHelpDeans Kidney Pills are eflpflciallv for kidney disordersthey earn where others one hundred thou themHerevfciHity UoitStMtSterling1y 1O3innot tell Sow mUM go oaRS Kidu y wnddbeeMil eoBUnwe e my name MT hUhlyfwrmfo NewYorob80anctWt8ao i Iitto Z fles pIes an Owfe t tttW welfhiny aboUt 400 uia tUfrhe Will be tkmtu1i- M1u kt- C Efforts to ReEstablish Commercial Relations Between Ohio Valley and South Promise Success J be turther enhanced by the addition a number of exhibits from sections outside of the territory that sup posed cover the scope of tho show most attractive feature of tho Ex position will be the display Uncle Sam having placed at the disposal of the Exposition all the dWartmentsAoWar Navy Postofflee Treasury Interior and Labor and Commerce departments will be hown Models of war vessels money coining machinery and a series of moving pictures Illustrating tho workings of the various departments will bo among the special Govern ment exhibit features Alluring Amusement Features The amusement features will elude a new popular romantic opera written especially for the Exposition and employing more than three hun dred people including some the leading grand opera stars the country with every one In the cast American a flreflghtlag epecta cle reproducing the historic dcstnje tlon of the Hoboken docks a midget circus band ceneerts and many others- Invitations have been aacopted by President Taft exPresident Rooso volt the governors all the Ohio Valley states and other notables spend seine time at the Exposition The raising a guarantee lund 500000 by the cKteens of Cincinnati ample proof that the Exposition will be properly financed J GOING OUT OF STYLE cnchange in as in everything clao Thft InJJana the battleships the Valley Exposition In 29 to 24 ex into bearing of It is at at at of In it to so will to the an proceeding Exposition at It to to of Is of or People is to to chronic or it A Iou arid w of is to A Government Agricultural in of of an hippodrome of to of of Is MINIATURE ARMADA TO BE EXHIBITED Models of All Types Warships at Ohio Valley Exposition Cincinnati O Special What probably wilt bo the most extensive miniature armada over assembled outside of the Navy Department at Washington win be shown at the Ohio Valley Exhibition to be toW at Clnqtanatl Aug 29 to Sept 14 By arrangement with the United Statics Navy Department the most comprehensive display of models of naval vessels ever shown at an exposition will be brought to Cincinnati The list Includes models of practically every type of war vessel now Jo com mlssloa In the navy as well as several that have made history in the past to say nothing of a display of the ammunition used in tbe yartouu axes of guns aboard the modem ves sels The boxed navy which wlM be shown at tho Exposition includes models of the following vessels Bat tleship Maine the old Maine blown up In Havana harbor the tor pedo boat Shubrlck torpedoboat destroyer Dcoatur battleship Vir ginla submarine boat Holland battleship South Carolina fioatJag drydock Dewey cntlsr Birming ham battleship Tennessee reproduction by model of the review of the United States Atlantis ect be the President In Long Island Sound Sept 3 19O together with many photographs and paintings of famous vesols of the past and other historical relics hi the possession of the Navy Department It Is expected that this exhibition will be one of the most Interesting of the entire gOY ernment display which In its entire ty will be the most complete ever rssembled A Contended Woman is always found in the same honro with Rallards Snow Liniment It keeps every member of the family free from aches and painsit heals cuts burnt and Bcaldsand cures rheumatism neuralgia lamhago antI all muscular sorncas and stiffness 25c 50c and 100 a bottle Syld by H L Perry jyltn i rfommissioner Lyman Butnor o Plaintiff vs Davis Munday o Defendants Under anti by virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered at tho May term of the Madison Circuit Court in undersignedMaster on Thursdays 28 flQ nearKingstosLbest bkWer the following described pro party A Certain Tract ot Land on tli a waters of Hays Fork of Silver eouDtyKyland oft the north by JtI Crawford on DongiMYonnthe KtehwuKMl Jb Big Hill pike and eon aidlandilibe1OIdUielnt tract oootaioing 40 sores nd the woooA tract oontainlhg 97 laotb ri se a whole arid the bid prodoeiog the mOta money will be accepted SakI itwUl be sotd on a credit of eandlwojUbi Pursbar m ha nMeir 4 to xecuU bond with approved security thereon payable to the Commit donor bearing 0 per cent Interest wrtil paid with lisa retained upon said prep erty until atl tfM prirvhaae money aIcLil ft 6v IftC Mi 0 K tGi SatFrail Womin 0 many women are dragging out weary lives JUst became their digestive orgzns are weak The result is poor circulation nervpaBness and the verge JfofralMism It is often very tumecee aryv and the rvomaas owa fault N firing to do1s to look to the welfare iril qr bowe1sThero the troII bIe JMI All physicians know arehabltualJsuits carlness etc that woijiisi cotHijftr complain of But there to no us a taElnff female remedies andjbngs thu kind wmUl you movingrouregular once ortwIiO I day all your petty Ifla Jill disappear Take a good mUtt laxative tonic Dr Caldwells Syrup peps1a for tbI1o and you will find yoIiieIf aptdly gdttlllg better and stronger your bowels Wfl regulate them eclvttt ann wprk at tted times and then your headaches anti dlzzlneta will disappear Dozft tk strong cathartic pms or aslis but J5t stich a mild and pleajlaDt Dr CaIdwelX- lgyrp lepfliIdregstilteither riza may bo enough Jo persia CJntly you Thousnnd f women oli It regularly In tho bou e and will HO e thout It as It cured them- aed cam be used with afetby even Member of the fainlHr dfoWn to the youngest child but H fcavo never 81Corsend to Dr Caldwell for a free trial bot tlft ss they did and lean for yourself what It wtU 41o Jn your oWfl case That It will cure you as it did them there is ntldotbt pleasedt6desire for yourself or tnlnl to the stomrieh liver ofrboqrcls absolutely t Barge Explakl ur case In a- lofer andy lie will reply tu In detaiL For the free sample send your name mid address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctor address it fir W B caWi R600 Cald well Bunding MonUceUo lIt STOCKTON SON Kentucky Fair Dates Richmond July 202122 23 Bereft August 4 5 and C Madisonvilto July 105 days Henderson July 265days Lancaster July 2J45 days Versailles August 34 djxys Dimville August 33 days Lexington August 8Cilays Taytorsville August D1 days Uniontown August 94 days Ilarrodsburg August 0L4 days Vancoburg August 10daysiLatrrcnceburg ShepUenlsvillc Jugutt1J13 days Broadhead August 14 days Ewing August 174 days Sholbyville August 234 days London August 234 Hays Erlanger August 2tt days Nicholasvillc August 30 3 days Fern Crock August 3 days Hardinsburg August ao3 days IJnrbourvUlo AUgUste2 days Florence days Monticello September G3ilays Hodgenville Septcmbor 63 days Falmouth SoptcnThc 81ilays Kentucky State HnijBauisvillc September 1G days James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or any tiling 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 policyit untill you have a fire to begin thinking a out insurance Do it now We write the best policies tf Dan H Brcck For Sale Barred rlymothrock anti Leghorn eggs for sale 100 per setting of 15 eggs Al so African gooso eggs 50o a piece I can spare two or three pairs of geese MnsCLAMK RICE 0mlf It1 a Richmond You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from R A BARLOW Agent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him about Tho Badges Steersman 525tf 25 per cent off cash for bun die work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St- Ring I 52 J3tf The Climax Si per year JsR PenningtonDentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky 25 per sent off cashier bun dIe work at the Richmond Steam Laundr This is for your beaefit ant3fct others Call for it 127 W Irvine St- Ring 52 J3tf Nothing is so Beautiful ri FOR SUMMER CLOTHING AS Hand Embroidery 0Miss Eva Roberts ewrries everything new in patterns and supplies Ur prices mire reasonable and work guaranteed Residence Firstst rear White Wines drhg store Eggs Eggs Eggs We are k the market for all the fre15h cleaR eggs you can bring us This is season for storing andwe Will pay YG the kighesfc market price GnU Bros Honey to Lon on Good Farii- Landg Ttw Norlhwwer MotMJ Lite IK raraitea Ou vaHfativ monqr at jwr oeI t ietreoaIooii impf ml farm landw on e Apply to JCiOhsnsnU Attn = RWlmHMl Ky For Sale 60 tws th e4b7t otdhMta thth rfc wu se tkA Raeat ore bEiI I E Gr- eMaSIlIIi it 1 r Mowers a1n Rakes the 0 4- Walter t A Wood J A little the best Mower ever put on the market If you feflii interested come and take a look at the Mower that is controlled by the Trust V r i DeatbapO j EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing t and Guttering f New Place on Second Street Telephone2tia Soollics itching skin Heals cuts or bunts without a scar Cures pilec eczenia salt rheum any itching Doaus Ointment Your druggist sells t Jylm lir snilercd habitually from conatipaj Uon Doans Rrgnlets relieved and strengthened the bowles so that tbeyS j have been regular ever smceAEiDavis grocer Sulphur Springs Tex Some Specimens of Premiums OFFERED IIY TilE Madison County Fair Association lJuly 20 2lt 22 and 23 19 JO 1 Without Entrance or Deductions hanHarness Stziliion Mare or Gold any ao 10000Saddle3 years old or under u 100 00 Plantation Saddle Horses 100 00 CHAMPIONSHIP k 5 per cent to nominate 5 per cent deducted Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 500 OOM 200000 in liberal class premiums for Horses Mules and Jacks No EntMicc- DettucitonsNo Fine Music by the l4ii First Regiment Band of Louisville ri i J The JInvitesWo gathered from everywhere good and well Today wo are asking 1 your opinion of our stock as a whole We ask for criticismsrequest your critical looking And whoa you have seen and bought we are sure you will carry away an improaeioM that will bo sure to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or look just as you please and if you only look youre welcome L E I LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Str t01 tiThe most inviting place in Richmond during f ijthe warm weather is t V Riccis Ice Cream J I PARLORCan- dies IJ Fruits and Vegetables fresh from 1 the best markets daily it Meals served any hour day or night Ikf J THE TIME HAS ARRIVED p FOR PLANTING 1 MOfsure success buyf t SEEDS L0 it i jbrandsbe too particular in selecting seed Come to L4us and you will make no mistake J = JAMES B PARKE P1 tASII STORK CM Staple and Fancy Groceries 1 Phone 624 FIRST STR- EETJAewQuarters4H e are o tblish ia our Hew quarters ia the t4zthans i urThdesFiwgM4I1 p Grooeiand yegeebl6l suo 1h jcpauyIIr 1 T hI The Solid Comfort in a roomy arm chair See those we have They are simply irresistible in their invitation to sit and rest Mission style if you like it All other kinds as well V All kinds of cushions too Suitable for den library or living room as you prefer Have a look and you will have one of these chairs r BElNETTdHIGGIIS UNDERTAKING BuyingYour is risky businessrisky to your pocketbook Its no idlo dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Save money by letting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone 110 Tile Red Ash Jellico Wo have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been potHnjrelfiGwlierc and possiblyless Full Weigh or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out ind want your goods to bring in they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky on tact vour sale His narges are reasonable Ice cream in any quantity at Riccis The Coburn Players in the Merchants of Venice Thursday evening July 14 2t Lost- A ladies dark green leather shopping bag with brass chain probably on Lan caster avenue Plcaso return samo to this office Chick Chick Chick Why pay 225 a hundred for cracked chicken feed from tho stores when you can buy cracked feeds from us consist ing of wheat corn oats and screenings for SlCO per hundred Burnam Rucker Millers Paint Lick Ky 4122 Taken Up There camo to my place near Gum Springs on Walnut Meadow and Paint Lick pike on May 18th a red yearling steer weight about 650 Ibs Owner can have same by proving property and paying all charges B B Reynolds Paint Lick Ky R R For Rent- I desire to rent for tho year 1911 my farm at Runyan Grove Six or eight acres to go in tobacco about the same in corn balance in grass Mrs Emma J Hiibbard j134t Phono 249 Dont Worry About the In creased Cost of Living When You Can Buy ofj B Walker Your choice of C5 Tailored Suits an- dr Silk Dresses for 050 Your choico of CO Tailored Suits and Silk Dresses for 1000 Come and look for tim yellow tags and go away with a bargain in shirt r waists skirts and hose I WAKE UP Dont wait until the very last to lay in your fall and supplyofCoal We have the Celebrated Rich Moun tain Jellico CoaI and pri es are no higher possibly less than you will find elsewhere A trial order will appreciated and you will be convinced that this is the best coal in town SIH Thorpe Co aYUIU oats str- AIV WI j ie ita tt IrA Town 1 Try Riccis ice cream tf Shakespeare the Campus July 14 2t Mr O T Bogard is enjoying a now LutoItion with tho Electric Light Co Remember to save your Laundry coupons for tho P A C Infirmary Dinner served each day during the fair by the P AC Infirmary ladies sayslintOur Industrial edition is meeting with great success as about everybody so far seen is interested in it Rev Newton Taylor Barboursville will preach at the Baptist church at Union City next Sunday at 11 oclock Our Indistrial edition gives promise of being tho largest and most compre hensive ever attempted in Central Ken tucky Dr J R Pennington is one of the latest to purchase an auto His ma shine is a handsome Hudson touring car That our merchants and professional people are interested in the advancement of Richmond is proven by the great interest being taken in our Industrial edition J W Bales bought of Gentry Brothers of Boyle county 165 head of export perheal1total sale amounted to 18000 Please maam said tho servant theres a poor man at tho door with wooden legs Why Mary answered the mistress in a reproving tone what can we do with wooden legs Toll him we dont want any Tho Coburn Players wore chosen by Mrs Taft wife of the President to give performances on the White House Lawn she having seen tho company play when they gave the Gloucester Pageant last August By a ruling of Judge Cochran the State must pay to tho estate of Capt S IL Stone tho sum of 6887 for his services as commissioner in the railroad cases which have been in tho courts for several years Rev C II Poague of West Liberty has accepted a call to become pastor of tho Fulton avenue Christian church in Baltimore Rev Poague is well known in this county having married Miss Ida Willis of Kirksville Tho following Madison county men made the pilgrimage across tho desert sands at tho Shriners Meeting at Lexington last week Isaac D Todd of Speedwell D P Sharp of Panola William Isaacs and John W Welchof Bcrca Tho local pension board composed of Drs J W Harris U G Sandlin and J A Guynn has been discontinued A number of counties will be consolidat ed into a pension district with head qualer at some place not yet named Acity is just what its citizens want it to be If they are progressive the city is bound to be if they are not progres sivo it soon becomes a has been Our Indutrial edition is intended to awaken renewed interest in Richmond and push it Work on tho now school building was delayed last Friday by a strike on the part of tho laborers They were being paid 175 a day but they wanted 200 and being refused they walked out Other hands wore employed and work was begun again Monday Ben Daugherty Moore aged five months the adopted child of Mr and Mrs J C Moore died last Saturday of cholera infantum Funeral services wore hold Sunday afternoon at tho residence by Rev G W Crutchfiold after which the remains wore interred in tho Richmond cemetery Smoke Cuban 5tar 5c With perhaps two exception every body thus far scon has shown a keen Interest in our industrial edition and subscribed liberally thus assuring the largest Bcd best edition ever attempted hero and at the samo time proving con clusively that our citizens are believers in Richmond and arc ever ready to help boost tho city The company maintains the high ideal of general excellence that Mr Coburn set for it when lid began his yearly pilgrimages through the JiH- A painstaking and conscientious artist js content with only the be t in liiBself or his assistants which ex plates the success of his players tnroKh put the liw Wanted rs e4 roomers at 2WCeh u i It1 Notice iJI c 1 Tb election o diee CJWe Jfnttue iit- i 1Llt iL IIJiiIc JI rfAi rMd ft Ii III f I T1I1I I Clearance Prices on Mens SuitsWe offer choice of allour finest for S 175OThe- se r suits are the famous Kenton Hand Made Specials that for merly sold for 2250 and 2500 Choice of all J 800and 2000 grades forf S 1450 This seasons newest styles perfect fitting and fine Your pick of all 1500 1600 and 1700 grades for 1150 All 1250 and 1400 Suits for 3 950v And all 1000 and H 00 grades for j 750iCut Prices mean just what they say in a one price store THE FOR L Found On Lexington pike an overcoat Owner can have samo by calling at this office sane and paying for this noticeItShot By Accident While attempting to make an arrest at Mt Sterling July 4th the deputy sheriff county accident ly shot Joe Collins a colored man who formerly lived at Speedwell in this county The ball wont through Collins head and will prove fatal Buys Handsome Home Mr T K Hamilton has purchased the handsome Stone residence in But namwood now occupied byI1 L Perry and family but will not get porssion of same until the first of the year This is one of the most attractive homes in the city and Mr Hamilton is to bo con gratulated on his purchase Hurt By Fall A Ri Myers of Paris foreman of a gang of workman fell from a scaffold at the L N depot last Wednesday breaking his leg just below the hip and receiving other injuries Ho was taken to tho P A C Infirmary whore ho was attended by Dr O H Vnuglit and is doing as nicely at could be expected Card Of Thanks Wo use this method of expressing our heartfelt thanks to all who assisted us in any way in our recent bereavement tile death of our little Lucilo Such troubles would be doubly hard wore it not for kind friends and may Gods richest blessings bo with all who tenderly ministered to us Mr and Mrs W J Newsom Bootlegger Fined Ella Owens colored was tired in the Police Court last Tuesday on a charge of violating the local option law There were four charges againt her On the first the jury assessed a fine of SCO and 20 slays in jail on tho second 830 and 10 days in jail on the third 100 and 40 days in jail and on tho fourth GO and 20 days In jail Our Industrial edition is in no sense an advertising scheme or moa y mak ing proposition Its sole object Is to advance the interest of Richmond and make it a larger and bettor city The Climax Wins Prize One of the features of the annual summer meeting of tho Kentucky Press Association held in Middlesboro was n job printing contest in which a number of the best offices in the State had on tries 6f tho finest specimens of their printing Tho contest was judged by a Louisville job printer who is consider ed one of tho best authorities in tho country In tills contest The Climax was awarded prizes for the mo artistic menu procram and catalogue work In addition to the prizes received which were five thousand note heads and a series of typo six to thirtysir point inclusive the value of which is about 30 The Climax was given special mention on its general display of work Shooting Affrayl E Q MoWhprtcr ot and seriously wounded his brotherinlawx Gel Settle near Baldwin last Wednesday From n what we are able to learn of the case it seems that SIJttllilmsajrop of wheat on McWhortors lanitand that they roll out ovor the cutting of it anti that Settle attacked McWhorter with the cradle with which fee was cutting Where upon McWharlei jOwlUiw thW times White lie Is pliifih7 Wund wt it Js i sugb he wIl xessr leWrthr o town md lirrwderad to the itwand veLi W ti 1Iolk ineia- W4r J tn1UthOf ot Lr 0 For Sale Four PeckWilliamson Hot Air Fur nacos Each suitable for residence or church Apply A J Anderson Co at Caldwoll High School Put Sacks on Your Grapes Now is tho time to sack yOur grapes If not already done it should not bo postponed as mildews fungi and insects may gain a foothold if put off until later Grocers half pound sacks are the right size and may bo hall cheaply by thin hundred rate Tho sacks should be opened put over tho bush and pined securloy on each side of tho stem No holes should bo used for tbo escape of water as tho little thals gets in will evaporate and holes will admit insects and black rot In Flourishing Condition Wo call attention to the semiannual statement of the State Bank Trust Company in this issue Out of tho earn ings for the past six months tho direct ors charged off expenses and taxes paid for the six months of 113040 passed 2000 to the surplus fund de dared a dividend of three pot cent to stock holders of record on July 1st and carried tho balance 12991 to undivided profits This is a splendid institution and is worthy of tho full confidence of our people Former Madisonian Dead News was received hero last Friday of tho death at his home at IIarrisonille Mo of Mr Jeff W Parkes Ho had been ill for quite awhile and lila death was not unexpected Ho was born in this county 73 years ago anti made his home at Kingston until 32 years ago when ho wont to Missouri where he has since resided He is survived by a wife and several children anti eight half brothers and sisters all of whom reside in his county They are Messrs S S John nand James P Parkcs Mesdames T J Smith Sr W B Smith Margaret Wilmoro Nannie P Embry and W W Watts Come Highly tho plays which the Coburn Players present out of doors are given with a keen senso of their literary quality and a thorough appreciation of their psychologic worth as well as their value as mere cntortaiimciils is evidenced by tho approbation with which their work has been met by some ottho most learnedly critical au1encesin the coun try made upas they wore of the faculties andstudent bodies of the load ing colleges and universities Shakespearian and Chaucerian scholars have gone doubtfully and remained to praise and the great number of return bookings that havo been made with institution of learning such as Princeton Smith the University of Pennsylvania the Now York University Wesleyan Yale Harvard and Columbia form a corn men tary in themselves Taken By Surprise Mrs Martha Hamilton of Union City wont to church last Sunday and during her absence without any previous announcement liar children and grand children and a few neighbors gathered at hex homo to celebrate her sixty second birthday To make the surprise complete the visitors hid their horees anti buggies and went into the house closing all doors just as Mrs Hamilton had loft them atad proceeded to put on the table the many got things to t that hadbeoaprimre e4 breght l y the guests Mrs HmmlltonV surprise can hardly b izsi uwlMa n opened leI troo 4oor and fw about fitly peopj imtUMJi throughout UM house rod this tob ttibte movd out of the dining fgoaitok a vt room iMtd lee 4owv1thtS bS of ery tlth wJ iohth ai iffot All ol the ohUdrea wto s pnjM MM C ft Hamilton rfsbirtWaM i fey John Hamitieti rf La Nfftfe i wu tailirtf e Iwpwr ocdwfj aad Jbi wish mtlt thM theg i- 1ev W jqq In Union Services The ministers of the various churches havo decided tQ hoTti union services during tho months of July and August The services last Sunday night vero held at tho Methodist church Rev C C Marshall preaching Next Sunday July 1C Rev Crutchfield will occupy the pulpit at the Christian church It is to bo hoped these services will bo well attended for they aro al ways interesting and helpful Being Made The improvements on tho store room of Covington Banks aro progressing rapidly and it will not be but a few days until they will havo ono of the best store rooms in the slate An uptodate front is being put in and other Improvements are being made on tho inside The work on the Douglas Simmons D athierago building is also progressing nicely and when finished it will be a handsome building containing nice flats and office rooms Get season tickets for the Madison Couuty Fair to be held July 20 21 22 and 23 four days for 1 50 tickets can be had at the office on Second street Fair Attractions It might bo well to call attention to a few of the carnival attractions which will bo at the Madison County Fair July 20 2122 and 23 Sheets Allen have what is considered the best carnival on tho road today consisting of trained dogs and ponies that can do everything but talk an Old Plantation troupe of good singers and dancers a snake show having in it tho largest snake in captivity and tho greatest variety of snakes over seen together This is only a few of tho many things this company pliers and our people will miss somo splendid entertainments if they fall to sec these attractions Plenty Of Money The people of Madison county were never in better financial circumstance than today which fact is proven by the various bank statements published in this paper last week and today The The Citizens National shows an increase in deposits of 3199398 over last year while the conditioner the State Dank Trust Co the Madison National Bank the Farmers Bank atKirksville and tbo Waco Deposit Bank at Waco show that there is moro money on deposit in the banks of the county than over in its history The county is enjoying a period of unprecedented prosperity all of which speaks for the natural recourses or the county Miss Marguerite C ltoa and Dr Harry Bpitlor of Crab Orchard were Married July 3th at the hoaie of the brides grandfather H P Gilbert of Speedwell RaeCCMlftior sickness in the family the wedding was a very quiet ooe only immediate members of the family belag present After JMi cerentiniy the brklal p rty came to this city whcr HreiejfHnt wedding supper IfMre at UTtelGIYnOO after wfcidi ihe rMt oa his 736 LNti- atfor their house at Crab Orchard Dr Sutler ka pnMniW t young phyci eUn hBVtag yrwiiwtW from Chisago UniVWM r H praM one yMr in BMil Or ek Mioli 8 uUriuB and his rOiw being 4mind pby ioin cao CnV Ordfewfa md started a UtMriuaUU W ths ow mi QuU aDltDtBwrt boU1I iby- t u lovable young ldy sad ts wolikaown here tar Ing aUenSd saLeM MId vlite4 relative ttI hh i J 1 Clearance Prices onSS Odd PantsFew tailors can equal the fit of our finer pants AH greatly reduced f IJ 600 650 495V 700 iSiOO for 395 400 for 295 250 for 175 150 for 125IClearance Prices On Boys Suits You can afford the boy a new suit at these prices lf0 for 550 650 for 475 500 for 395 400 for 295 c Boys Pants Half PriceBig lot Boys 50c50cStraw MatsThrow away the old one and buy a new one at these prices to5g for 175 200 for 145 1 50 for 115 J 00 for 79c COVINCTON andAk-STORE QUALITY zxz zu ZEZE ZE Montgomery Recommended- That Improvements These secretarys CultonSpitler No More Long Waits The long waits at two recent games at the base ball park have resulted from an effort on the part of the local man agement to grant some concessions to visiting teams inconvenienced by un usual circumstances The results of accommodaIIhave been unwholy appreciative and the local patrons have been the sufferers Our management realizes that it owes its first duty to those who attend the games and that it has sorely taxed their patience on tho two occasions re ferred to It apologizes to all local patrons for the delays and promises that in tho future tho league rule which requires that visiting teams shall always bo on tho field ready for play at the advertised timo shall be strictly adhered to Hereafter forfeiture will bo claimed in all cases where visiting teams fail to appear at exactly the advertised time This will result in gurranteoing to spectators that all games will bo played on tjmo City RegularSession The City Council met Thursday night with Mayor Rico and all councilmen Collector ONeil reported S1W14 collected during month of Juno He also reported uncollected taxes for 1909 131895 Judge Grpcnleafs report shows fines asSessed for June amounted to 355 Chief of Police Allman reported forty five arrests for month thirtythree con victions and twelve dismissed Amount of fines and cost paid SSO fines anti cost replevied 113 Street Commissioner Dearinger reported an expenditure of 10020 for street work during past month An ordinance was passed repealing the ten year bond ordinance for con struction of sidewalks Mr Waller Bennett was before the Council and suggested a modification of tho ordinance prohibiting boys under sixteen years from operating automobiles in the city limits The Council agreed to make corrections in tho or dinance On request the Madison Fair Associa Ian was exempt from license during tho week of the fair City Attorney Collins was instructed to draft ordinance compelling property owners in various parts of tho city to construcUconcreto sidewalks Request for settlement of old debt of 8000 hold by tho Richmond National Bank resulted in tho appointment of a committee to meet with the bank officials and make arrangements to take care of the above indebtedness Sewerage Committee reported tho col lectioa pt over seven hundred dollars from citizens on Third North and Fourth streets towards the proposed con struction of sewerage in this section of the city With the assurance that a total of one thousand dollars would be contributed by residents of this neighborhood the cwamittee was ordered to pro coed with Vhewerk- Residents el North street were ordered tediseefiaeot fromthe sewerage emptying OH the property recently owned by Sam Royee XhR k TevJs made a proposition torn lflh rock and spread same on the strMU foe amount formerly paid JOT rook atone Thfe matter was rafewed Wt StrsetCoosait4ee GelteefeHr OXeil WM selected to eel loot hit back taxes due chtTheetecior riepoiedib aMouai otVtaxe id be odtected tec key r D18 1Obe 9t t TIM Jsn4iss Opspys v jr wcnptkn ro- aWtq =Tnws1ut u toft drink stiads were to the following J J Porton Mw WA8mtifc Marti u7J A oF a Jea8IIEII nIMIttd L d i i Popular Citizen Announce For Sheriff Elsewhere in this issue of Tho Climax will bo found the formal announcement of Mr Elmer Dcathcrago for sherilf of Madison county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party While Mr Deatherago realizes that his announce ment is being made full early yet he wants to get his name as a candidate be willIcall upon every voter in tho county This announcement will come as pleas ant news to our people for we know of no more popular man in the county than Mr Deatheragc and ho is in every way qualified to discharge the dutses of the office Ho broadminded courageous liberal atfablo and every whit a man His wide acquaiuteuce will be a great aid to him in making his canvass for lie knows everybody in Madison county from Drowning Crock to Clays Ferry and from Ford to the borders of Garrard Ho is not only one of our foremost busi ness men but a prominent churchman and if elected to the ollice ho seeks will discharge tho duties involved with credit to his constituents as well as himself Special Train The L N will run a special train between Richmond and Lancaster July 27 23 and 29 on account of the Lancaster Fair Train will leave here at 810 and arrive at Lancaster at 925 The return train will leave Lancaster at p m The fare will bo one fare plus 25 cents County Institute Tho County Institute for white teachers will be held here beginning Mon day July 18 Prof T J Coates Super intendent of Caldwell High School will bo tho instructor Supt Noland is to bo congratulated upon selecting Prof Coate for there is no one in the state better equipped for such an important duty Mr Noland has sent the follow log letter to the teachers throughout the county TO TilE TKACHEKS OK MADISOX COUNTY You lire hereby notified that the Madison County Tcachcrs Institulo will bo hold at tho Caldwell Right School Building in Richmond Ky the week beginning July 18th 1910S Prof T J Coates Superintendent of the Richmond City Schools will bo the Instructor Miss Mary Traynor will haw charge of the mu ic department Miss Traynors knowlcgu of music her experience as a leader of vocal music together with the assistance music people of the town and community guarantees that the music of the In stitute will be highly entertaining as well ns an instructive feature of tho Institute Prof Coates is recognized by tho school people as a man of wide experi ence in public school work and ofmark ed ability as an Institute Instructor Ills Institute Manual has been adopted by tho State Department of Education as tine State Manual for teachers Insti tutes for this year 91- 0StateStperintendent Itegenstein in lila acceptance of the Manual prepared by Prof Ceetes says Superinleftdont Coates is one of the most earnest and efflCHwt workers for the cause of educa Ion in Kentucky He Is a first elass school maa and a first class Institute iMtruotor and hit Manual is uOllt frowjUt of tone Yrs of tmMng and practical experience lathe school room and on theJiwtitut platform In Ihis Ufloe ofmlvaroemant and pro free in public school work in Kentucky klil batdiy nececnary tof teheii fo he ntoloded that lh1S mtaired by IlSIasltntes Tb perH pha Is and sw b being ion for the I3bootLIM teacher 10 that the public has a right tAd9Mpd bAt all persons engaged in failI Institute week and are required to at tend tho full Jive days All persons holding certificates to teach but not teaching are required to attend the full five days and pay one half fee Failure to attend Institute works a forfeiture of certificate and it is not optional with the1 Superintendent as to whether ho will revoke certificate of persons failing to attend but tho law says he must revoke anti tho state department insists that this law be en forced Tho Institute will commonco on Monday at 10 oclock Teachers should be on hand promptly at that time for the first days session- Wednesday July 20th will be trustee and patron day at tho institute There will bo a splendid program at 10 oclock on that day for trustees and patrons and I shall have to depend on tho patronsto dross the Institute at that hour and there will be somo special music Please notify your trustee anti all of yourpatrons in person or by mail and have as many of them present as possi morningJulyI shall depend upon all teachers to show the same degree of faithfulness to Iluty during the entire week of Institute that they have been accustomed to show in their schoolroom work Esti mates of teachers and their attitude toward their work are largely detormm cdduring Instituto week and you cannot afford through your thoughtlessness carelessness or wrong notions in regard to the purpose antI importance of these meetings to have a wrong estimate made of you and your work Yours SincerelyJohn Supt Madison County Schools Condensed SemiAnnual Report OF TIlE State Bank Trust CoRICHMOND KENTUCKY As made to the Secretary of State at close of business June 30th 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 428582 99 Bonds Owned 389S7 50 Due from Other Banks 54395 84 Cash in Safe 38399 40 Overdrafts 12319 G0 Real Estate Owned v 3737500 Expenses and Taxes Six Months 413046 Total iC 611190 85 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 150000 00 Surplus Fund i 12000 00 Undivided Profits Six Months 11060 40 Bank Deposits S 15G74 34 Trust Funds on Deposit 41760 04 Individual Deposits 346684 47 Total Deposits 404119 45 Notes Rediscbuntqd 37011 00 =Total 014190 85 t State of Ken tueky County of Madison f R E Turley Cashier of the State Bank Trust Co a combined bankand trust company being duly sworn says the foregoing report is a true statement of the condition of said at close of business on the 30th day of June 1910 to the best of his knowledge and belief RE TURLEY Cashier TurleytitisGuiLPEiansNotaryPub1jc Correct Attest Eugene Wi Walker J At Sullivan Directors W D Oldlmm =its More or Less of a Mysterya to most people is the choosing and applying of paints We will answer all the questions that you may ask and gladly you all the information In mir youbuyWe keep Onlyhigh gie pint and iwaHVsi tlM are the rewdjr yf4applymaaaa M HLPpRyu rJf PHONE 7S1J vMAJN i 1 T HER O V A L Clotbiflg A and Shoes at Cut Prices THE ROYAL zzzz t IDr zz andF- urnishings for and had in a lon time or will have in a long time t tore Wethea not so particular about PRICES we must sell the stock on hand The following price inducements will show how very much we desire to sell Now is your opportunity 4 SALE BEGINS SATURDAY JULY 9 = Ends Saturday July 3Q SUITSFor Men and Young Men Fine hand tailored suits in all the new shades of grays and the new mustard browns blue serges and blacks Suits worth S30GO now 2200 II 2500 now 1900 2250 now 1700 2000 now 1500 I tt 1800 nowy 1350 I 1000 now 1200 H 1500 now 1100 1200 nowOJ 900 cc U 1000 now 700 U 800 now 600 llatsYThrow away your old hat and get a light cool Pnuama or a beautiful Straw one that is light and cool Plenty of time te to wear them So here they gothey must leave our store at once Panama Hats worth 1000 now 700 u 750 now 500 I II 600 now 425 0c 500 now V 375 Straw HatsC Straw Hatsworth 350 now 225 II 300 now 200 lt 250 now 195 U u 200 now 125 U tt 150 now 95 t 125 now 75 u 100 now 65 ARE YO UInterested in Lumber Lath Shingles Doors Sash Etc If so see tf ToddEdwards Lu mber Co Phone 100Corner Maia 8 Orchard Richmond r KS Gott Brothers desire to purchase your f wool and will pay best prices for samo J 42atfLumber For Sale i0Bnm bills and all kinds rough lumber rlff npak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks I Poplar laths Write J A STEVE x ThiesfT Ky w Estray A black and tan setter dog responds to name of Ham When last seen was wearing collar with name plato and let ter L scratched on plate Return t tf L P Evans Bring your wool to Elmer Deatherago and get the highest market price in cash 4 2tf Dan II Breck life fire and accident insurance if y i Have Fifty Bran New Silk Dresses f Justin From s 750 to 3000 in Taffeta Foulards and Tussa and Rajah They were sent here to sell at the price Come jumping J Lots of Goods Herejj i r JBWalkerFitting by Mrs Moore the best 138 Second Street Rxhl nondKy 5l j x ji tJ l 4 5 W rt d aI Boys and Children Suits Made of the best materials Fine Suits for large boys Self retaining fronts with pegtop knickerbocker pants Suits worth 1250 now 875 u 1000 now 775 u M 800 now r GOO I7OOnow 500 U H p50 now 425 I anov 375 t 4pOnowf V 275 U350no 200 Childrens Suits I Tailored like mens Sizes 3 to 8 years Suits worth 600 now v VS4QO a 50uu 9J Your dhtf1et noarood Jretdeoc elt 2aodJbam Shoes For Men Boys finest such Reed and many other good makes in patent kid colt gun metal vici kid and velour calf tan and calf Values worth now 475 500 350 300 k250 Low Shoes worth now 72o5 200 treat The these shoes anklo light turns Men and light Overalls Yellow Cotton We have round numbers 300 Soft and Stiff Hats this spring and summer styles that must be closed in this sale regardless of cost as we need the room for Stiff lineS To make it sure the price cents on thedollar3 hats for 250 hats for 150 hats hats Who buy a new hat at such prices We a large stock of Shirts such Cluett Monarch both collar detached bosom and fancy and white colors kinds of cool Underwear close fitting and loose fitting short sleeves knee lengths long sleeves ankle union suits and two piece suits all go this sale at In everything in Furnishing Goods be sold regardless of REMEMBER THE DATEJULY 9th TO JULY 30th JSSTANIFEH Home of Good Clothes KentuckyTelephone We Attention to the Celebrated Ho Corn PlanterT- he Genuine Brown and New Weste- rnCULTIVATORS Double Shovel and Harrows the best goods and in a class almost to themselves Come and purchaseit Taylor OldhamDealers in 0Everything the Hardware Line Phone 1411ainStreet Many Women are Splendid Cooks dread having to prepare an elab orate dinner because they are not strong to stand an intensely coal trueinpride in the she sets often it js at tremen vitalitythrough ahotwearyourselfEven in the beat of you can beifieorrurn NeW Pe cfionJi 1a leo stovcuo hea ywilllcoo the blggret mmcdlMelyTbtresnodrudgeryconn with itno coal to cant to regetalOlfliAlPTa1ietfaNg MM oa the toaa of the pol put oen ad fathers feceeteapotJtMkk and temper Jt aa needs and mttre len sb Madewk Csb net het and 3burner bH an e bad iihfr ozwidi tlt adilohrgJrikreafbetalyt nektNaSaAtalyyhr t CJtlJottbit COiyLoegarMtmi c r c1h C and Of the quality including as Bayden Just standard patent Russian 600 515- v550 n ec vi 395 u I 400 OoO H u VT7rv 295 255 rg tg Values i u 250 195 105 rt for for as i sufficiently over hot takes table but done summer Glees M e b t i o t rt Near Beer Cant Be Sold Attorney Geneal Breathitt has decided that near beer and similar can not be sold in local option tei ritory under the soft drink license The following state ment has been issued from the office of the attorney gen eral at Frankfort This through Attorney Generel Breathitt himself has passed upon the matter finally to the effect that drinks may not be sold under the Soft Drink License that could produce intoxica tion We copy of said opinion As local option territory increases in extent in this State it is reasonable to that endeavor will be made to place such drinks as are described before the public and in such way as to subject those who may indulge in them to no sort of social and it is alleged innocence will actually prove more to the young ira1J wed than the open saloon into which the same might never think of going Until either the law or the highest court makes distinction authoriz ing the sale of maLt achohol it will be the ruling of this that they are not allowable under soft license hay ingtbatappreciable quantity at all in heal as would create even in large quanti ties any degree of inioxica li0nTarringAnd Oiling Seed qrnI of DivIs JidIing dire tiQI haye reached the Slalio JM to hoV fa rrevenl the te from rotiiug en 1 aid by bt lit bultett ts 3euell SQIIM 8 QaWiou tmiJqhetpa to Pre GIWa after r Here is a for you Ladies Celebrated SiMCid Shoes We have only limited number of fine for young women So come early for they wont last at the low low prices All new styles straps instep straps sailor ties in welt bottoms and Worth 400 now c 335 II 350 295 u 300 235 Ic 250 195 u 200 165 Missesand Ghildrens u 250 V 195 II 200 165 150 115 CUT ON EVFRY J in out 205 1 1 wouldnt have and soft attached and plaited negligee and and lengths in a CUT must Drag very in l n 195- Boys who concoctions department anticipate a condemnation pernicious a beverages containing department drink erects Thqiiiiies to Qe4le1al a long PRICE planting Moisten the seed thoroughly with warm water add to each peck of seed a coalftartar oomes in contact with each grain Then spread out at once and dry tar will harden in a few hours so that the corn will go through a planterNo need be entertained tariujuringtheseedTests show that treated seeds ger minate as well or better than those not treated The tar in fact prevents the develop ment of mo lc10n the grain protectionthe grain from loss by rotting THE CHURCH SUPPER u benADingdong I do declare Sere Im raag in on a vestry fair ringiFor mnsIIFor at every pull the JutOt gave paveAndAnd ea he swung there all csetwt tecpiwFbcerdalpiag wborekerroTeWhe bcmgat UM ogee here tenight1 pTeShe ifc great favor in our eyes nmeltweotatbioHrwlut9t wJaiacJneaeIIIwntCMASta J lJ1tlltibiN Zml1tkKintJ FattyGroceries wand 5Wps J tuff j telephone 223 r ONE DROP OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE f a m wormspand IwatcrPREVENTS DISEASE J For the treatment of White Diarrhoea chicks and and other diseases In turkey BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL Pne SOc bottle makes 12 aallor of mcdtclae FOR SALE BY HENRY L KyfHowto Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff Wo desire to say that when wo took the agency for ZEMO wo were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment foe skin diseases Wo are pleased to state that we shall continue tho agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers liko Zomo too because it is rv clean vegetable liquid for oxtcrmal use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of tho skin and the germ lifo that causes tho disease baying thu skin clear and healthy It does not soil tho clothing or linen and can housed freely on infants With every purchase vo give a book lot on skin diseases explaining in words how any person can bo cured at diseasesbytf Perrys Drug Store Bring us your wool and got best prices market will afford Bros 420tf Notice to Creditors All persons hihj claims against the of 0 A Smith deceased must fjlo same with mo vcriQodas required by law on or before August 13 1910 oor same will Be barred Wt Smith i15 4t Administrator ReadilrCuredbya edy If yea are wff rinsrow lorm of ikih or Scalp disease ivbuldyou like to f Prompt relief atjfl be permanently erred by a lftn liqB preparation for druggistLeliitremedyitlsboclCttgd vfmvni to 1cno r that it recomV ath1dra s s Blackboadi pima piss Dandruff Ttef aid other disease nssdeaeatorsmsrkablecutes givepoiellbooiikletnnskm ouredineQr byima Hats at- Cut Prices THE ROYAL TrousersJFor Young Men Boys We have them in all the uew stylesplain bottomcuff bottom semi peg and full peg Light weight light colorsoft gray blue serge mo airs craveriettes for this Jibt weather Pants worth 600 now 475 u Ic 500 395 tr Ir 400V 300 u X 350 275 I err 300 225 II c 250 195 cg 200 165 Work Pants and Khaki Pants Blue Jeans Pin Check all go in this sale at lOc ou the 1 off RTICLE IN OUR STORE our we have cut 35 65c ShirtsDixie all new All PRICE fact cost L Call osier outside woman Low 300 qf enclose people The Blackhead destroying simple GOTT estate 1atgc 130 130 Lackey CbyerTelephone 282 ulLeatherAlso a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and openrolled Bridal valued at 30 legitimateitwill give to each and every purchaser a ticket for everyS0y worth of trade with us Each ticket will represent Wotr at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing 0dfcf 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article ii ptiri line of a liberal discount below the customary prices This oufmoneynation plenty of them at our office jjXf Read Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars Back Bands Farm Blind Bridals tiding Bridals Break Harness Drive Harness Surrey Harness J Buggy Pads c etc Houghtbn Buggies Columbus Btisrgies f Manyor Buggies V R TG Aj Bug gies 0 Kauffmah Buggiesr Post Buggies and alhmediaiuBuggte Break Carts Road Wagons and Surreys AL4UUIJJI HUl the bolt put onquii arit y reasonable i Tlrstelass horse Shooin lI YBuggyour lIindcrs and mowers tiutofly 1io fpaired Blacksmithing complete ih lolJlfn wood neatly repaired and also iiavjffi3 finest mechanics + K Send inSWrWehicle for Painting and Repi IT 1i EarlyT rAIM ij Lacer 4 t ryy1 bring business oJ7Jre F1 Ballards w Snow Liiiiment 1JPositively Curs R riathmteur LjYI l 0Id na Sprains Ies etc II eJTimes 3 jc ALLARD SNOW UR1EV CS t t iO F I aT Wttotd wesd M ooeeb t H 1 PERRY T