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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1It f f THE RICHMOND CLIMAX r t r J fr 0 j 37th YEAR R RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 20 191G NUMBER 7 v WALL PAPER Raised On It Burnside Robinson Cement Plaster Material Warehouse on R R 142 RICHMOND Found Pair gold rim spectacles wero loft in our store somo weeks ago can have samo by calling at our place of business Covington Banks j152t saaae 0 to an Cattle raised on our fcedare seldom sick They thrlvoand grow fat Wo handle no Jn foriorslulf Our stock includes best varieties of grain and feed and we can all your wantsr n that lino at the very lowest prices We enjoy a re pulation for reliability and to live up to it Ii Coal Lime Salt Sand and Office and L N PHONE Owner For Sale Wo havo just burned two brick kilns and are to furnish good solid brick on application Moborly Co- If Moberly Ky c Im Convinced You Give Every Man a Square Deal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion rID a town of less than four hundred peo pIe with competion on all sides we have in eight years built up a Banking business of over 12500000 Resources Peoples M of Paint Liok Ey EL Woods Pres W C Fish VPres W G Kern per Cashier O N Tenill Asst Cashier We Sell May Manton Patterns lOc Each rn The Right Wytoiget good work is buy your from an up date hne andget uplpdate paper hanger f supply endeavor Brick prepared Brick fierce Estill Springs NewsS- pcclalcorrespondenco Estill Springs Ky July 11 1010- IJoyou know drawled a malaria ridden imd fired Florid fan I tliinkthis Valley1tIschorus of anirmativosin alltho human bearIreal hard on tho is peaceful valley For the past wokwhile Jupiter Pluvious has been trying to wish the Inhabitants of the grand old Common wealth of the taco of tho mip it is reserved for the Estillilcs alone to sit calmly back in the twentyfoot wide porches and observe tho deluge Wo felt on last Saturday as if wo had just sighted land after a calm and unevent ful voyage with the yarandas encircling the hotel for our decks The most enthusiastic guests licro are these samo Southerners who by tho way are the same big celery growers wile wore written up in last weeks Sat day Evening Post They came from Sandford Florida and the exceeding glory of the mountains in sunshine and and in rain are a source of novorfailing happiness We are in fact in a miniature Swiss hamlet with the mountain streams swollen and flowing jiast the road at tho edge of tho grounds hero in a rushing torrent I dont know I am sure whore or how the first owners found this exquisite locationwith the sulphur and iron well bubbling up not forty feet from the end of the North veranda Like all old places there are a number of legends told of the Springs One is that at the grave oran Indian if one repeats a certain couplet this Indian was said to be buried alive and asks aqucy ion the answer will be plainly heard Last Sunday a young woman and a young man stood over the moundand solemnly repeated the following couplet after a few preliminaries not in the old Indian buried alive Tell me shall I fail or thrive Youll thrive alright if von pass your plate for chicken as often as you did for h is taken by people in tropi cal countries all the year round It stopswasting and keeps up the strengthand vitality in summer as well as winterALL DRUGGISTS Phoue 912 W PBAXTERsupper tonight came a laughing voice from the other side ofa big oak tree Hror mldiescoopisf fastbut ho talked to the indignant backs of a pink dress and a while flannel suitsome people neverknow when to keep still Tho other legend is a snake story There jswo hope never to personally verify thisit is said a very old snake which comes each even ling for a long draught of the lifegiving sulphur water Thonatives all agree that the water is the cause of his snakcships remarkable ionglivety and they emulate his ex ample by walking down each day with their little brown jug 0 no his snake shjp is supposed to make his visit at tho hour when grave yards yawn We are going to have a big german on Saturday night and a largo Richmond crowd will arrive Saturday morning for the event There will be couples from all around tho Springs for the occasion Mr Jphn W Uodman and family and guest Miss Lournniu Nourse of Chicago will later take tho cottage and remain atEslill till after the tennis tournament The Springs will be crowded and those who are interested in the game should reserve rooms ThoJlorIdians who are hero till September are Mr and Mrs Pace Mr and Mrs Herndon Mrs Dickens and Mr Land and maids of Sanford FloridaMr MrsJIt Collins and family of Knoxville will spend several weeks beginning this week Mrs Harvey Riddell of Denver Colo rado and two children will arrive the middle of the month and remain as usual till October Mr llalstonof Middlesboro spent the week end hero Mrs IIonryEmbry and family and a party of friends from Lousivillo will come this week for tho summer The Female Louisville Orchestra voted the best yet and the day of the male orchestra for the Springs is over Every member is good looking and they promise to make things lively during Tennis HUTCHISON EMWAXCKR Taken Up There came to my place near Gum Springs on Walnut Meadow and Paint Lick pike on May 18th a red yearling steer weight abut Ibs Owner can have same by proving property and pay ing all charges B B Reynolds Paint Lick Ky R R Notice- To all trespassers black and white All sportsmen and blackberry pickers are notified to keep off tho old Gentry farm juG41 J IL GENTRY Another Kentucky Club Xcommunication from a friend brings us the information that there has been organized in Wichita Falls Texas a Kentucky club with 65 members The emblem of the club is a sheathed cork screw and its motto As the sword rusting in its scabbord is an evidence of peace so the sheathed corkscrew is typical of an advancing Civilization The officers are Dr Llewellyn Coons of Fayetto county president H M Snoddy of Barren county vice prosi dent AV O Barr ckman of Jefferson county secretary and H A Fairchild of Floyd county treasurer Rev J Lapsloy McKee formerly pastor of the Second Presbyterian church in this city is a member of the club and pastor of tho First Presbyterian church of Wichita Falls Dr Wade H Walker formerly of this county is also a member of the club The New Preacher Says an exchange Recently the baseball editor of a metropolitan paper was sent to report the sermon of a new minister as the religious editor was ill This is tho copy ho turned in Quito a bunch was present last Sun day evening at the Church owing to the presence of a new star and the box of boosters was anxious for a line on his work Rev is certainly there with the goods and performed to the satisfaction of all present Owing to the fact that this was his first appear ance on the local grounds ho was a little nervous tho first innning Encouraged by the coachers in this Amen comer he let himself loose and had the game well in hand from then on His New Jerusalem slow ball is a peach and when ho turned loose on eternal punishment his speed was terrific As this was his first workout it is too early to try to predict a future for him but if ho can keep up tho gait ho has started with its him for the big leagno next season For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1911 my farm at Runyan Grove Six or eight acres togo in tobacco about the same in corn balance in grass Mrs Emma J Hubbard j13lt Phone 210 Dont Worry About the In creased Cost of Living When You Can Buy of J B Walker Your choice of 65 Tailored Suits and Silk Dresses for 050 Your choice of 60 Tailored Suits and Silk Dresses for 1000 Como and look for the yellow tags and go away with a bargain in shirtwaists skirts and hose Wjong oldstockand anybody you WALL PAPER We Retire Go Carts We Sell Liquid Venee t tz rOne reason why you will find the most luxurious bed in thet I0- Jt STEARNS FOSTER t MATTRESSI is that the natural springiness of the cotton is magnified many times bythe Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when yourcall r irf T Sixty Notes Free Trial 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 E Oldham LackeyDavUndertaking Specialty Night Telephone J36 229 S O R O L Fire Life Accident and Health Insur ance the very best old line Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt Chick Chick Chick Why pay 225 a hundred for cracked chicken feed from the stores when you buy cracked feeds from us consist ing wheat corn oats and screenings for SlCO per hundred Burnam S Ruckor Millers Paint Lick Ky 4t22 Dont wait untill your house burns to think about insurance See Dan Breck IC Have you any wool It so bring it us and get best market prices 420tf GOTT BROS The Way is to buy a lot o get to hang it for Phone L J r a W in tf can of H to EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has bafllcd them is to find some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them Xorno the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life Uiat causes the diseases The whole method of treat ment and cure by Zemo is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by tho makers of homo It tells how to dure yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of DrugStorethis clean simple remedy that is now recognized tho standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp tf LRo BlantoiiWholesale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and n Streets TELEPHONE 85 i We Sell May Manton Patterns lOc Each THE REAL LIGHTri r We fully realize that ifa great business is to be built up in any line it must be built in the clear 7 light of day with clean hands and honest methods open and above board No great success endures L f 1 long on mistakes or misrepresentations l i When a merchant begins to feel that he must apologize forhis wares bmaking them appea whatl i jAi they are not when he begins to tincture his goods with the flavor of deception then lookout c G W note a 7 N r 1zi want the kind of merchandise in our house that needs an apology or that we can not sellunder its ti j f quatYanPricedvrt 6 r j5 Our stocks are just now replenished and we were never to er your wants 3 u1z f Y clean fresh summer merchandise t ir f We have some specials in Wash Suits we would like for you to see Also some specials in Jr J i Ladies t Skirts and Waists kif oi Jb We are well supplied with Uptodate Suits for Men and Boys and can save you money as weii i do not want to carry these goods to another season Our Carpet Department was never so brimming full of bargains snOWtThe Spring is late and c 1 if you are needing a Carpet or Rug we can save you money ii We bought allclose out line of Trunks and have on Bands more Trunks than you ever saw in I 2 Richmond i We are giving our patrons the benefit of these 1his f 1f ryN f WE ASK IS A LOOK BEFORE YOU BUY NO + 1M++++4 + a iALL c 2f H ami1 1 on Brothers5 sr9 f fJjri t v The Wommin WhsiIctht dtb PJlfl fJustsend them to us for we select our goods for the fasticli pus womenthe ones other merchants find hardest to please As to our Dress Goods 89ctoseasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89c to I 79 per yard Beautiful Swiss Embroideriesi- n white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Novelties Look at our Readymade Waists and Skirts All styles and prices Owen NlcNeeSee Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns The Richmond Climax BI THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A U MILLER EDITOH PRESS sod PUBlISIERS FBICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910 Democratic Ticket Fou COXGHESS lION HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln County n HALLETS comet is certainly a wonder that is if it is responsible for everything that is attributed to it If it is clear and dry it is the comets fault If it rains or snows hail or blows it is still the comet that causes it Reminds us very much of people who like a good snort of some famous Old style hand made If they are sick they take a a little to make them well If well they take a little to make them feel better If they are cold a sup or two will heat them up and if hot there is nothing morecooling than a dose from the Little Brown Jug Wonderful isnt itr TUE following from the Danville Ad vocate makes us forget that Danville is in dry territory Last Friday night many Danville people saw a huge ball of fire floating northward high in the air a little west of town Mr Frank West of North First street Mr Luther Ware of the samo street and Mr W A Woods West Walnut street were among those who witnessed the spectacle The fiery ball was floating higher than the clouds and to the naked eye appeared as large as the moon We are wondering if the editor of the Messenger saw this great light pensjcolatween the Paducah Nationals and a team from Pensacola Fla knocked eight home runs which is believed to be a worlds record Each ball went over the right field fence Lots pass around tho hat and see if we cant get enough money to buy a tow gallons of white paint and give these fellows a first class painting and bring them hero for the local team That kind of work would soon break the Bull Durham Tobacco Co THE Danville Advocate came to our table last Wednesday as a dailey and it goes without saying that it is a good one The Advocate has for years past been one of the best papers in the State and this new venture is only the overflowing of the bentup energy of Mossors Richardson McIntyre and Doneghy Wo can wish them no more than that they be as successful with the daily as they have been with the triweekly nON HAHVEY UEUI of Stanford was hero last week in the interest of Ire candidacy for Congress Of course he feels easy concerning the race for he knows in advance that it is only a question of how large his majority will be An exchange says a man died the other day after having lived thirt one years without speaking a word Had ho been a woman ho would have died within a few hours after undertaking such a thing Union City School began hero last Monday with a large attendance Prof Edwards in charge Mrs Margaret Bloom of narrodsburg Ii visiting Mrs A D McKinncv v RoV Newton Taylor preached two interesting sermons a t the Babtist church Sunday morning and evening Miss Margaret Rupard of Lexington is spending her vacation with lien mother Mrs Laban Ilupard fir O F Taylor is on the sick list On ooount ol the rainy weather the fettteof are very much behind with iheirwockv Xii Evriyn Dewaree of Coronado FteJ Lf4Mfit of iMiss Irene JCcKinnoy- HtvwxJ IJfw WJt Dunn ef viri ibMtert futs axrMIINW V Dwafta wMk i j G iIfb i y PERSONALS CincinnatilastMr Clarence Barnes of London is visiting relatives here Miss Sue Bennett of Lexington is visiting relatives here isisitingWill Bybee of Somerset visited his parents hero over Sunday lion Kelley Kash of Jackson was a visitor here last Thursday Mr Simp Campbell of Irvine was hero last Friday on business Misses Rosa May and Florence Alver son are visiting in Lexington Mr R J Patton of Lexington was hero last Thursday on business postofficeleftMr IIer don Dudley of Lancaster visited his mother here this week LexingtonisParke of Newport is visiting his IJesse Mr and Mrs J Attorney Clarence Miller of lastThursdayMiss Willie Traynor has returned from atIanvilleMr T 0 Adams of Lexington visit countylastMrs Dr Bradford of Nashville Tenn CaloShearerMrs Joe Chenault will go to Crab Orchard Springs next week for a stay of several weeks CovingtonIsMrs B Juett Mr Donaldson Allman of Indian apolis is visiting his parents Capt and Mrs J II Allman orLancasterMrs J W Harris MattieElderOrchard Springs Miss Janie Sullivan of Danville was Benninghioldtwo KateTurrinWS William at Paris WashingtonMcCord of this county familyhero during the fair Saturdayguests of Lancaster visitingMontgomery county fair fromChicagocourse in the Normal School Mr and Mrs Ncalo Bennett motored dayswithMrs Mollio Bates Miller entertained graduatingMr G G Corzclius and family have returned from an extended trip through the EasL They report a delightful trip Thursdayof her guest Miss Nippert of Cincinnati Misses Annio Douglas Lydia Elmore aretheton Mrs Bessie Chenault entertained with a six oclock dinner Wednesday honor CoyingLonsMrs It E entertained at din- nerWednesday in honor of her guests Covingtonsguests Miss Florence Covington of Chicago LexingtonJoe Wagers at Waco FridayKathleenWalters hterl1issdaughter sisterBosslospending several weeks with their aunts the Misses Zittles at Waco entertainetithieirhittlodaughter WittrtzzielastThursdayCampus Mrs Jo S Gardner and two handsome precithrOlaghIrvine td spend severalweeks with rela tives XD1ckDIIICJ will rtwtafcjm f Mx eelk tU 1 D 4b j1v o I I WmLowoWagers forCriLiimdenwhich will be given by Miss Adlah Col itfifteenMrs Rose Jarman will leave the first tojoinand family who moved some time ago and who are highly delighted with their new home sonFranklinLouiseDeatherage toLexingtonLancaster Record Miss Jessie Doty of Richmond is expected home in a short time to spend her vacation Misses Edna and Martha Kavanaugh have re toMissdaughterC D Miller and Mrs P F Adams and children spent from Wednesday SimUamiltoncounty Mrs IL D Hanger and sons IIarr and Arnold motored to Lexington last carTheyworth for a short visit to Mrs Nelson thejourneyvisit Mr Charles B Hendren hasreturned from Indianapolis where ho EmmIlendrenthe many friends of Miss Hendren to itthoughta short while countyisnay Rev George Shepherd will ar vacationHeLakelandFloridachester Democrat The following people from Lancaster were here last Thursday to attend theplay given on Campus Mesdames ItCookMoore Margaret Arnold Patsoy Kin nard Burnett Mr and Mrs Burtonadinnerof her guests Those present wore ofLancasterEgbertSavage ParleyRobert lastFridayMr and Mrs W J Wagers The house was beautifully decorated with sweet followingareMrs Wagers Mr and Mrs R M Row MatildaDouglasft Parrishltmbros FrencholInevidenceMissEugenia Herringtons littlemaidenspassed away the hours in games so dear Thepartyfor children during the season and thatnightNormal Commencement The annual commencement exercises of the Normal School began Sunday afternoon when Rev W H Pritchott thoStudentsNormal Chapel The Commencement sermon was delivered Sunday evening Enchurch This was one of the best ad anysubjectin rapt attention throughout fortyfivo minutes during which timo ho deliver ed words of encouragement and wisdom ClassDaylast night Thu rest of tile program for the week will be found below Alumni Reception and Banquet 20EightMemoral null By card only ReceptionThursday21 Eight to Eleven Sullivan Hall mencementExercisesFriday Eight oclock Normal Chapel Address by E G B Mann Tke Bord of Regents and the Presiw4 Facility MfelitHy invite Ji y i wb pet ai Wiue iltIII j i i I r Stock Dying Reports from all Over tIMcolinty are te eJfeft that the larlftnare suffer ing eowtderable loss by the death of dInkiertholost two valuable mules from this cause Prof McDougle at Somerset Last week Prof E 0 Mc Dougle of tiLe State Normal conducted the Public County Teachprs Institute at Somerset The regular enrollment of teachers reached 203 with several honorary members and scores of visitors Great FThiserS institute in the Stateand the teach ers were unanimous in calling Prof McDougle back in 1011SThe Somerset among other items commending tho weeks work had the following complimentary paragraphs Supt Barnes introduced Prof McDougle professor of Pedagogy in the Richmond Normal school who was to have charge of tho institute The teachers are indeed lucky in having secured the services of such a learned man The Professor is an ideal man for an instituleFWith his keen Irish wit he keeps the gladw arehiero feel ing among the tpachcrs while with his ability as a scholar ho is constantly giving them bright thoughts that will aid them in the schoolroom About s xty teachers who at different times have been in his classes at tho Normal Sbllego are present Tuesday evening Prof McDouglo lectured from James Russell Lowells popular poem A Vision of Sir Laun fal which delighted the audience and many local people besides the teachers wore present This was given byspecial request and it proved a surprise treat John Robinson Coming There is certainly no traveling entertainment in America perhaps in the world which presents exhibition so varied so attractive and so multitudin ous as do the John Robinson Shows Since the days of Noah a more complete menagerie has never been seen Tradi tional poetic and enchanting scenes never before equalled or witnessed in the gorgeous arenic display Every act in the monster program is a revelation to the beholder The finest specimens of horse flesh in the world the highest aerialists in the circiis pro- Cession the champion riders both male and female the finest specimens of the cutest ponies in the world the grandest specialties over exhibited the funniest clowns on earth aro with the John Robinson Shows Almost every circus claims to a show that cannot be duplicated and an ag gregation of proformers the like of which cannot be brought together but the fact is that every circus of any con sequence has a double lance and a double equipment There are really two circus troupes which have to travel about The leapers aro liable to injury A sprained ankle will put ono of the best performers out and there must bo a man to take his place Possibly the substitute will make as great a hit as the regular Even the preforming horses have their substitutesIt not generally known that tho John Robinson Shows carry two complete large canvases In case one is destroyed by fire orstorm another must be ready to put up When a failure of a performance entails a loss of from 10 000 to 20000 for expenses the matter becomes serious The big shows come hero Thursday July 28th 1910 For the Boy and Not the Dollar Mayor Rice EDITOR CLIMAX The present agitation of the question whether Richmond shall vote saloons back gives added interest to the state ment made by Mayor Rico at a recent meeting of the City Council when the new and rigid soft drink ordinance was up fur passage The vote was a tie three to three and the Mayor decided in favor of strictest regulation which would decrease the number of the re freshment stands and which has re duced them from twelve to six Something was said so I learn about the loss of a little revenue by cutting out certain privileges In casting his vote supporting the or laIIiCorjthoI am constrained to call attentipn to this epigrammatic utterance of lUch monds Chief Executive as tho proper maxim for the guidance of our people in all cases where vital principles or a question of morals is involved The question to be decided often in private and public affairs should not be Will it Pay But Is it Right MayorRico takes the only tenable position that it is not only right but it will not pay in the cndto put revenue above our man hoodIn response to a request for an expres sion upon tho return of Col Roosevelt JenningsDrIn response to your request for a word I beg to say that the American people will extend a very cordial wel come to oxPrcsidont Roosevelt when ho returns to the United States after an absence of more than a year They appreciate what he has dono in directing the attention of Education toward the public questions which are of universal interest His notable speech at Paris made a profound impression and his words are needed in this country as well as in Europe It is now a little more than 50 years since Abraham Lincoln gave expression to tho idea That the Man is more Important titan the DollurI and tho phrase that he coined will not die Mr Roosevelts statement that human rights are superior to property rights is but another way jf stating the same idea and the truth that ho stated it so obvious that we may well bo sur prised that it scorns to startle two hemispheres However all truth is startling when epigrammatically expressed and it is sometimes necessary to express the truth in a startling way hi order to call attention to it seemedtocision of Mayor Rico in voting as he did I am of the opinion that ho merits the applause of the mothers and fathers of the whole city and county There was crisisrand ho met it jnarifully fiut mptiostly Hereafter if the police do their duty soft drink stands will not l o IOh9YnieHfcSjvibiating the now ordinance and tho peritthiigsuth ODlInjmttMao Mr5srsCofingtOflT relMRloor Abti Jiiicciltis word I1th j wrstrliogg e agaiels tbj1dr itE 1i I jt 5 tfb i Base Ball Games at Richmond July 20 Lexington 1 1 July 21 and 22 Paris July 23 Winchester Games at 330 p m Admission 25c ease Ball Won Lost Pcrt Paris 40 20 rankfort I2 2f 540 5081LednRICHMOND26 35 420- helbyvhllo 32 40 Win ORe Lose One After trying for several days to play ball the Pioneers finally got busy at Shelbyvi1le last Thursday and played a doubleheader losing the first by the score of 2 to I and winning the second after eleven innings by the Score of 1 to 0 Allison pitched the first game and Knox the second Both pitched nice ball especially Knox Ho allowed only six hits in the eleven innings and had the Millers at his mercy at all times Becker pitched both games for the Millers and ho had our boys guessingall the time Strengthening Up In ah fiort to have a winning team the owner of the Sholbyvillo ball team has closed a deal with the manager of tho Kankakee Ill team to transfer the players of that place to Shelbyvillo Tho best of the two teams will be se lected and the Millers hope to take an upward bound in the race fcr the flag Capt Kuhn will remain with the team but only in the capacity of utility player Lose To Paris The Pioneers lost another game Friday this time to the Paris team by the scoro of 7 to I Creager was on tho mound for our boys and the Bourbonitcs found him for hits when they were need ed On tho other hand Poole held our boys safe and they barely escaped a shutout scoring their lone run in the ninth innin- gOpiiingDay of The Kof P Fair Will Be a Gorgeous Affair The Nicholasville Knights of Pythias Fair will be different from all the other of the eight consecutive series all of which however have been preeminent ly successful There will be several variations and unique features which will make this fair a carnival of pleas ure There will be the regular program for tho arena daily but more of it and tim purses and prizes are more liberal Tuesday August 30 the opening day will inaugurate a gorgeous spectacle and parade The lino will form on West street and Broadway the march and arrangements will bo as follows Commercial floats Merchants display Historical floats Fire department at tractions for Lovers Lawn old planta tion singers and dancers vaudeville at tractions Enactment of the Third Degree Damon and Pythias Chariot with Queen ofJJcauty drawn by six Perchcron horses courtesy of tho Simpson Lumber Co Six imported ponies from the Shetland Islands property of Len Price Pen mokcn P o n y Farm Lexington Lackeys and grooms to accompany Seated in the glittering chariot of the Roman Hippodomo style the Queen of Beauty with four maids af honor visitingKnightsSiefcrts First Regiment Military Band of Louis villo Automobiles decorated Welcoming address by Senator D1II Arnctt in his resonant and ringing elo quence theljmaiidest Injportant Law Tho law directs that tho Fiscal Court should call the attention Of tIm public to chapter91 of the Acts passed by Assemblyis absolutely necessary for the construction and maintenance of the turn pikes itprknow as soon as possible what the law is First That they may not be guilty of tho violation of the act SecondIn order that they may give every possible aid and assistance to the properly constituted authorities intheir endeavors to construct and properly maintain our public roads It is impossible for the supervisor of the roads or the Fiscal Court to accomplish anything toward the maintenance of the public roads without the cordial hearty and sympathetic assistance of every good citizen in the county As the roads are maintained for the benefit of the traveling public It is tho duty and ought to be tho pleasure of that public f o do everything in their power to preserve the integrity of the road beds water tables ditches and right of way It is impossible to maintain road properly if the roadway has nI encroached upon either by telegraph or telephone poles mail boxes or any other obstruction tam directed by the Fiscal Court to call tho attention of our citizens to the provisions of the act published below and to respectfully ask their assistance in the rigid enforcement of it Chapter 01 An Act for the benefit of turnpike roads of the Commonwealth Be it enacted by tho General Assembly of the Commonwealth Kentucky 1 That it shall be unlawful for any one to obstruct the water tables of a turnpike or any public road by putting a crossing either private or public over the water table of a public road without providing a culvet or drain pipe of sufficient dimension to carry the full volume of water that may drain in this water table or to curb it so as not to impede the full flow of water It shall be also unlawful to plant trees telephone poles or fence in or closer than two and one half feet of tho outer edge of the ditch so that a plow or machinery may be used in making widening or deepening them Any fencing trees or stone falling into a water table or rolling down from above into it shall be removed within five days by owner of land of which the obstruction was a part or any person not an owner trimming trees or cutting weeds or briers or any person placing other obstruction in water table shall be liable forall damage done by turning water into the roadbed and also to afino of two dollars for each day tho obstruction has laid in tho ditch longer than five days 2 It shall bo tho duty of tho road over ceer or county surveyor of roads to report every misdemeanor under this act with all the evidence he may collect to the magistrate in whose district that part of the road may lay on the penalty of being indicted by the first grand jury for misfeasance in office and on conviction expelled from this office On this act becoming a law the Fiscal Court shall order it to be published once each year for two years in some news paper of general circulation published in their county 3 Any water table that may washout deeper than necessary to carry the volume of drained and undermining the road bed or adjacent property by the permission of overseer or road super visor the ditch may be filled or dammed up to its proper size 4 In makirg or repairing any part of A public road onesixth or moro of alL money so spent shall be used for the drainage of said road by making water tables and placing culverts or drain pipes of suitable number and size 5 This act shall not apply to tale phone companies that have obtained tho consent of tho Fiscal Court of the county wherein its poles are located as the location of same- Approved March 24 1910 W R SHACKELFOUU JM C C Tearchers Selected The educational boards of the various divisions have selected the following teachers for tho ensuing year DIVISION No 1 Boggs SchoolE K Broadd- usBrookstownNannie Boudinot Union CityB F Edwa- rdstJolesvillo1rs M H Berry Cane SpringW S Edwards Bend Maud Cain College IIillv 0 Brock BroomsedgoL Mary Bu- shBybectownR E Stoc- ktonWacoFlorence Ri- ceOaklandKate Mil- IerCOnconlDorcas Francis Uunyon GroveRebecca Edwards Colored Four MileAnnieMorgan Pleasant reonIIenry La- neConcordB M Robinson DIVISION No 2 TharpRedGreen Hih1rMrs Clara Yat- esSpoedwehlOwen Yates Cedar CliTGertrude To- ddlearwallowAlma Lak- esCrooksvIhboJennie Ev- ansBobtownDora Ely KingstonZTempest Terr- ihtRogetsvilheMaria Crawf- ordKavanauuhMargaret Noland EstitlMariam Noland Pumpkin RunMary Harris Colored Goodloe ChapelIda Moore Bobtown i I Elizabeth Parks ItogersiUeu Myrtle Titus DIVISION No 3 Beech GroveuKatie Log- stonWebbPattia Myers HayesLogBig HilLhIrs Henry Bickwell Narrow GapAdelia Fox It Isnt Our Way to cut off more meat than you need just to make longer sales You know how s much you want and we consider it our duty to supply it as nearly as wo can So order your roast steak or chops in nay way yOu please Youll find the meat tho weight and the price as right as right can bo cccULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 12J 7 00 NIAGARA Falls AND RETURN 875 TORONTO 1435 THOUSAND ISLANDS 1875 MONTEAL f Tuesday Aug 2ndVIA BIG FOUR ROUTEALWAYS THE BEST WAY TOGO Special Train Will Leave Central Union Station 439 f m Pullrnaahoopiiigaext morning Make reservatlonsaow TICKERS GOOD TO RETURN 12 DATS LIqcnl Storg aLako Trips AWJ M Md Feswt sd V1- ei oiIY p i7 i f2 r r 1iFtf M T n ifIIa Blue L K John Etta Ga Etta II J J h Etta No 5 No C Mrs II C J D Ida The L N will run an to 24 the fare 175 for tho trip here at 640 at train will at 7 p m tho will bo a of ball and will also sell ox on or J P Agt Ky 3 UFo iI Happy LUMANANDHIGGINS Furnished our Home from Kitchen to ParlorV On Easy Payments Furniture Carpets Stoves- The Wick Blue Flame Oil Stove works to perfection The bak ing is perfect with the new Boss Oven and is in every way en tirely satisfactory LickMrs Flanno Hickory PlainsJoo Gilb- ertJohnsonMattlo VanWinkh Scaffold CaneMary Tatu- niBcreaMrs Maggie VnnWinkli Dean U Moon Col- orednereaIL Roystor Divisioh No4 Boones GapW Blantoi Walnut MeadowMrs Eliza O- ggWallacetonMlss McWhorte Paint LickMaude Crandall Morans SummittLucy N- ecGladeMrs Ellen Abnej Whites Station CGilbert Peytontown Margaret Yates Watts Carrie Cotton Silver CreekMache Farrir- Kirksvillo Tur- nerIIaganlrirgaret White DIVISION Round lullStena Hend- renCottonburgliss Ferguson Perry LongNannio Lo- ngSalemMrs Minnie Dillion- Poosoy Frona Willi- amsEdentonMnniie Reyno- ldsBackwoodsFannie Culton Slick UockIucy Williams Ruthtoh Bertha Ua- mmNewbyMary Ila- mmllethielAlice Whitlock SiloamBessie White DIVISION Valley View Howe Miller Myrtle Dalton HaydenBuffaloClays FerryMrs POe- llBoonesboroKitty lisle Pleasant HillLenalI-artGreenlIrrs Car- sonDozierEthia Williams BaileyGreonoColored Valley ViewMrs Kitty aide MoberlyBuffaloItoonesboroMattioJ Smith TayorDozierMillionSusie Walker Excursions excursion Cincinnati Sunday July being round Train leaves reaching Cincinnati 1030 Returning leave Cincinnati Besides many other attractions there game between Cincinnati Philadelphia They NiagaraFalls InIaddress Ruckcr Rich mond A CleanSweepS H OPP 1 g Because BLUE dASSFAJRLEX- INGTON KENTUCKY AUGUST 8th to 13th 6Big Days and Ni1Zhts6 11000II ISTAKE TwoYearold Trot I I HighClass Harness Races Running andI him as ho and in his old ago or have ho he has ho can get it as ho it Ho and his are 25000PREMIUMS- Best in of of AEROPLANE FLIGHTS DAILY Thavius Russian Band of Fifty Herbert A Kline Carnival Company For Catalogue or information Address JOUETTSrTOUSE Secretary LEXINGTONKY in ono or more of hero you have a to be of your For is a with us is upon Tha is you at this store You got as as it is and is as as it F YEAOERMAIN Thrift and Economy made appears comfortable contented Slack times sickness misfortune slight terrors because knows monoy where needs family protected against wa- ntState Trust Co IN Horse Show America Splendid Display Every Class Live Stock further When You See- Yourself articles jewelry bought right proud appearance while quality prime consideration artistic beauty equally insisted why should selectyour jewelry what looks good good looks JSTREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY Bank SALEtA Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned Men are Saving Dollars f Getting just the right Suit for this time of year Suits too for the baL ance of the summer and early lath Youll never buy suits again i1ththese for such little prices Finish the season looking welldressed ahd have and almost new suit nexti tSpring fr 1500 and 1800 Suits Y f V 1275T vVM c 2000 and 2250 SuHgi 1575 Vsl 2500 and b 2800 Suits i975t j J f3000 and 35 00 Suits t t 2575q tdepartmentsspring and summer goods before our fall season begins Our stocks have been replenished with many iie novelties and desirable stuff for your outing troussau Goods boughtiib reduced prices byus and extremeiyf them1orout4onetit 1l 7 5hoeiinnoveltie neckwear hosiery wash fable8ete see uw have all the new things 1iXouCMsaveCona in and get ported money by buying from 1 P0J BRA M AtfUNUY DiSogrM pJtNt t iii rI HOT WEATHER BARGAINSH CLOTHING f Wa are selling t2000 Griffon Suits for men at 1498 t800Griffon Suits for men at 1 248 1250 Griffon Suits for men at 998 Come and see these suits and be convinced everyIi Straw Hats for men ShapesAll 375 98AllI Shirts Mens Pongee Shirts in white tan and light blue Just the thing for summer wear Made in plaiu and fancy patterns with or without col reguJar 9Se MensHAthletictt Underwear Snirts without sleeves knee drawers Knit or Nainsook 25 cents each F 3 Large Palm Fans 5 cents j i Cream TilE GUAntNTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE JNICD- CYARC OF IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PKCPARIO ONLY BT BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUfO MO Sold by HEXUY L PEltRy Strayed From T II Collins placo on Muddy Creek a steer calf weighing about 400 pounds Information will be thankfully oeiv ed Ifnf a I w place of Mr Clionault on Irvine pike This is ono of the most desirable homes in Madison county situated one milo case of Richmond Tho farm consists of thirty acres of finest bluo gras soil n the county and is especially suitable or tobiccD On same is a modern resi lience with eight rooms hall etc and all nesesary outbuildings and an abun dance jf running water in addition to cistern On the farm is also very lino orchard o all kinds of fruit and a largo quantity of locust Anyone desiring to examine tho above place can apply to Mrs David Chenault on tho premises J C Chcnault Richmond Ky or J AY Elmore Executor tf Lancaster Ky The Modern Home 5 ONE of the first requisites of a home is an 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 gitntdavd Ware because of its thorough sani tary efficiency and unusual permanency makes an ideal equipment perpetuates home healthand makes your bathroom attractive and inviting Our plumbers are expert mechanics honest and reliable and we guarantee our work to be eatisfactory Orders for repair work given prompt attention Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Incorporated t1 V3rmifugeJ All 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 Be 500 Gauze Vests in regular 7 12 quality Hot weather price 1 4c b We 5ell and GIfor Men Women and Children August McCall Maga Childrens Half Hose zines 5c copy white with colored- R G Corsets htopsAnler DesetsMcCall Patterns 10 and Childrens Knit Waists 15 cents all sizes lOc Ladies Hose Ladies Black Silk Hose extra good 25c Pair E V ELDEH1 FERRIELL Real Estate Agent OUlham Building Richmond Ky A Golden Wedding means that man and wife have lived to a good old ajo and co eeiueutly hare kept healthy Tho bfst way to keep healthy is to tee that your livor does its duty 353 days out of 303 The only way to do this is to keep Ballards Her bine in the house and take it whenever your liver jets inactive 50c a bottle Sold by H To Perry Jjlm Mound City Taints may cst a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly ri1tomrnissIoner layman Butner c Plaintiff vs Davis Munday c Defendants Under and by virtuo ofi a judgment Maytermon undorsigneiMaster ThursdaYtJuly28t JO at 10 oclock a m on the premises nor nndbestperty A Certain Tract of Landon the waters of Hays Fork of Silver countyIcylandon the north by J II Crawford on IouglaYoung containingI land will bo sold in two separated tracts tho first tract containing 40 acres and acrothentho most money will bo accepted J Said property will bo sold on a credit of 0 and 12 months Purchaser will be required tQ execute bond with approved security thereon payable to tho Commissioner bearing 0 per cent interest until propertyII C RICE M C M C C An Experts Opinion 01 ShIn Dis cases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you aro familiar with says that in all his scientific expe rienco ho has never found so hard a dis ease to conquer as Eczema Yet ho does not hesitate to recommend Zcmoas a most successful remedy for the treat mont of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp lie says that not only do its curative quali ties make it popular but also tho fact- that it is clean liquid remedy for external use A great improvement over the old stylo greasy salves and lotions which doIdraws tho germs to the surface and destroys them leaving tho usedfreelygladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of Zemo and u booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yoursat homo elf with Zemo tf LNV WhiteWILL BEGIN HIS ANNUAL Clearance Sale1 On Saturday July 9thfThe women of Richmond and vicinity who have attended our Clearance Sales know that we mean what we say and that everything inoU store will be sold regardless of cost It is the time of the year when r cost or former prices are lost sight of It is our desire L to dispbseWpfc everything in our house We have MARKED Our Wunderhose Gauze GOODS RIDICUOUSLY LOW and we want you to1 get as many of these bargains as you can because we realize the savings on every purchase come Eve1Ooe I Vhat WQIIri 6 a Former Kentucky Editor Caiches Giant Tarpon In South- HarrodsburgRepubliean In the window of the Blue Front may be seen tile ninety eight pound Silver King tarpon caught by editor Lew B Brown in the bay near St Petersburg Florida Mr Brown besides beingan editor isan earnest disciple of Izaak Walton never missing an op portunity of running down the finny tribe The monster fish fought for an hour and thirtytwo minutes before he was finally subdued and would jump as high as ten foot in the air opening and closing its mouth in an effort to dislodge the hook Mr Brown in a little skiff was carried more than a mile and a half down the bay his boat rocking all the while and his guide inportun lug him to cut the line and let the fish goaIII capturing the fish he used a reel and sixfoot poleh and for bait a minnow weighing nearly a pound That part of the line next the hook had a steel leader nearly six feet long and fitted with swivels which prevent ed the fish from cutting the line or twisting it in twain When the fish was at length pulled into the boat Mr Brown was almost exhausted from the continued struggle but happy that he had landed his first tarpon The catch when measured was found to be five feet from tip to tip For catching the fish Mr Brown received abutton from the Pittsburg Tarpon Club Senator Lodge Files An Ex haustive Report at Washington The majority of the commit tee found that of the many caues contributing to the ad vance in prices the following were most marked Increased cost of production of farm products by reason of higher land values and higher wages- Increased demand for farm products and food Shifting of population from food producting to food con suming occupations and lo calities Reduced fertility of land resulting in lower average production or increased ex penditures for fertilization Increased banking facilities in agricultural localities which enabled farmers to hold their crops and market them to the best average It was found that this not only steadied prices but had a tendency to increase them Reduced supply convenient to transportation facilities of such commodities as timber Cold storage plants which result in preventing extreme fluctuations of prices of certain commodites with the seasons but by enabling the wholesalers to buy and sell to the best possible advantage tend to advance prices Increased cost of distribution Industrial combination Organization of producers or of dealers Advertising Increased msney supply Over capitalization Iligher standard of living For Sale My house mid lot adjoining ball park Apply to tf JATODD For Sale- I have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Breck Avis Location drainage cot the very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Anlone Interested in purchase please call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf A Millionaires Baby attenlod by the highest priced baby Bposialist could not be cored of stomach or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby if you give it McGees Kady Elixir Cares diarrhoea dysen tary and all derangements of the stomach or Howies Puce 25o and BOc Sold by II L Perry jy 1m Farmers Do Not Figure Their Profits Ask any farmer how much each dollar lie has received in return cost him to pro duce says Van Vliet Adling inIithe bookkeeper ask him whether expenditure Of one dollar itt cup tal and labor re tu rned him 110 or 90 cente He cant answseri The debit of the ledger is void so far ashe iseoncernedand the part played in the duetiOD- oatl acre of porn by suCk item M reutf1nd interest ad depreciation of uehin ijr5 wiui lbd icoft teNfe to bar haw 1ieTh eatofttf law JdiI The Richmond Climax mUCMO WfMaMT IT THE ClIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOK PRESS audhlEAGUE lICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910 Do It NowdRichmond People Should Not Wait Until It Is Too Late The appalhIndoatliiatefronikidny disease is due In most cases to the fact that the Mule kidney troubles are usu ally neglected until they become so rions The slight symptons give place to chronic disorders and the Buffjrer Roes gradually into the grasp of dia betes dropsy Brights disease gravel Irsome other serious form of kidney cotnplnint If you suffer from back ache head ches dizzy spelU i if the kidney secretions are irregular of pasugo and un delayHelpDoana Kidney Pills are especially for kidney disonlersthiey euro where others Overdone iiundioI thou sand people have recommended them Here is is one of many eases in this vicinity MtSterlinllpublic statement I gave In May 1903 n of Doand Ividnev Pills lean KidneyPillsbo alive were it not for thorn You can continue to u e my name nml say t highlyForFosterMilburii Co Buffalo Now YnrVEole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other jylm Do You Fear Lighting A vast number of people are afraid of lightning and so fear being struck that they go down into the cellar or else cover themselves up in bed Such people may find consolation in the following from Country Life in America More people are killed each year from falling building material more diefrQm fright than are killed by lightning The census bureau shows only IOn people killed by light ning in this entire country during the year 1900 and only 30 of these p ople were killed in the cities Heat and sun killed 703 during the same year 203 died from cold and freezing and 4395 were drowned But you will find it quite a waste of time during a thunder storm to try to ease the fears of a person who is afraid by telling him or her that the chances of be ing killed by lightning are less than two in a million they will remain justas right ened for this mortuary knowledge And after the storm has passed and nerves are steadied the woman who was so frightened a few min utes before will start getting supper on the gas stove smiling through her tears that the danger has all passed and only laughing if you ven ture the remark that twice as many people are killed by gas stoves as by lightening Discovered By Accident Blotting paper was discovered purely by accident Some ordinary paper was be ing made one day at a mill in Berkshire when a careless workman forgot to put in the sizing material The whole of the paper made was regard ed as being useless The properitor of the milldesired to write a nato shortly after wards He took a piece of waste paper thinking it was good enough for the purpose To his intense annojance the ink spread all over the paper Suddenly there flashed over his mind the thought that this paper would do instead of sand for drying ink and he at once dvertised his waste paper as blotting There was such a big demand that the mill ceased making ordinary paper and was soon occupied in making blotting only the use of which spread to all countries Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No directed to mo which issued from the Clerks Olllco of the Madison Circuit Court in rarer of S M Gooch against Jeff Burns I or one of my Deputies will on Monday August 1 1910 between tho hours of 10 oclock AiI and 2 P M at the court house door in Richmond Madison connty Kyexposo to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described pr iporty or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs interest find costs to wit 86980 and the costs hereof The Undivided Interest of JolT iIuris in 457 acres of land more or less situated in the Elliston Magis tcrjal District on the waters of Silver Creek in Madison county Ky and bounded as follows on the North by the land of J T rneUtIOItQIltbO East by the land of Pal CIInMISOi on Vfe South br the land of J A miracle and MI the West by th Bwuft id Kingston Turn rik levied upon a propwtf 9t JeU IiruisTern 81 will 1M md M Xentfit of Three moalfcv bwri wraitif rqMtrsl ikIJI obfketpI perudV 1 k iu4 WdS MwifM C 611 SM II Sampli Helps Frail Women So many wou are dragging out tdigesivepoor circulation nervousness and the v verynnecessaryfault theelfareknowhatreuIteofuthyouavomoveregularlypelty tits will disappear Take a good CaldwelllISyrup andtrongerand work at stated times and willisappearandpleuanttaaUaSmip druggistpermaeatlykep It regularly t the house And wnl themndtheyoungest Soyand Mrs Ellen Dun mat MuncIe Ind andsend to Dr CaldwtH Tar a free trial bot yourselfwhlltn iopleasedtodeslr for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyree detaiLorortherwiseCaldwellR500Caldwelt STOCKTON SON Kentucky Fair Dates Richmond July 20 21 22 23 Berea August 4 5 and Madisonville July 1Of days Henderson July 2U5 days Lancaster July 273 days Versailles August 3Al days Danville August 3t lays Lexington August 8G days Taylorsvillo August Ot days Uniontown August Of days Harrodsburg August 94 days Yanceburg August 1sLawrenceburg August IG4 days Shepherdsvillp August 174 days Broadhcad August 173 days Ewing August 171 days Shelby ille August 231 days London August 234 days Erlangor August 2J1 days Nicholasville August 30 days Peru Creek August 304 days Hardinsburg August 303 days Barbourvillo August 312 days Florence September G3 days Monticcllo September 08ilays Ilodgenvillo September 03 days Falmouth September 28I days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 126 days James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need edIts poor policy to wait untill you have a fire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now Wo writ tho best policies tf Dan H Brcck For Sale Karrcd Plymolhrockand Leghorn eggs for sale 100 per settingof 15 eggs Also African gooe eggs OOc a piece I can spare two or three pairs of geese MKS CLARK KICK 9mtf It a Richmond You can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from R A BARLOWAgent Automobile Clearing House Chicago Ask him about The Itadges Steersman 525tf 25 per cent off cash for bundle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf The Climax SI per year J R PenningtonDentist Oflico next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky 25 per cent off cash for bun dle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for itJ27 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf Nothing is so Beautiful FOR SUMMER CLOTIIING A- SHand Embroidery 0Miss Eva Roberts carries everything nsw in patterns and supplies Her prices ere reasonable and work guaranteed Residence First lroar White Wines drug store Eggs Eggs Eggs We aro in the market for all the rosli clean eggs you can bring us This is season for storing and we will pay you the higheztmarket price Gott Bees Money to Loan on Good Farm- Landsc TliA Nhrthwaslerk Mataal I Jt la mirRMceQi will baa HKHtey atl per cent lerestott good iwjtfovW him hMMfc on MortM APpllcfJ GOlMiMtiU Attr f d Xy i7fJF 1 1w iir tw t s- k oe cMtia dWaN the Ot19V1tOWU SI 1ift RiCkit SWc tkM1 tfi I 1 QneeteAf srniI H Mowers and Rakes The Walter A Wood t A little the best Mower ever put on the market If you are interested come and take a look at the Mower that is not controlled by the Trust Douglas Simmons Deatherage EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing and Guttering New Place on Second Street Telephone 20 Soothes itching skin Heals cuts or burns without a scar Cures pllep eczema salt rheum any itching Doans Ointment Your druggist Bells It jylm I suffered habitually from constipation Doans Kegulets relieved and strengthened the ovlee so that they have been regular over stneeA E Davis grocer Sulphur Springs Tex Some Specimens of Premiums OFFERED BY TIlE Madison County Fair Association July 20 21 22 and 23 1910 Without Entrance or DeductionsSa- ddle Stallion Mare or Gelding Roadster Stallion Mare or Gold any 200 00 Harness stalifon MarV or GeldIflI anv ago uun 10 big any agO 100 00 Foals of UHO either sexu 100 00Saddlo Stallion laroor Gelding 3 years old or under uu 100 00 Plantation Saddle Horses 100 CO CHAMPIONSHIP5 per cent to nominate 5 per cent deducted Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 500 00 200000 in liberal EntranceNoFirst Regiment Band of Louisville The Best in Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store Wo gathcrcdfrom everywhere good and yoll Today wo are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole Wo ask for criticismsrequest- your critical looking And when you have seen and bought wo are sure you will carry away an impression 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 LELANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street The most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather is Riccis lee Cream- PARLOR ICandies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily I Meals served any hour day or night THE TIME IILS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING Of course you want the best results To insure success b- uySEEDS from us We have every variety of the best brands all fresh new and clean You cant be too particular in selecting seed Come to us and you will make no mistake JAMES B PARKECASII STORE 5taple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET N Vew QuartersW- eare established in our new quarters in the preptlredthtUleyour Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season M4wnian Grotyl illf rii1 eornpa7 tu II If If lit Itr It II I IJ t Clothing and Shoes at Cut Prices THE ROYAL 1h iTHE RO A 2E 2E2E Heres the best opportunity to buy fresh andcorrectly tailored Suits and Trousers+ Hats Shoes and Furnishings for men and boys that youve had in a long time or will have in a long time 7 to the clothing buyer who attends this Sale IT MEANS AN LOSS Its our time of year for Up and getting ready for the coming Fall and Winter business W so PRICES we must sell the stock on hand The price will show how very we desire to sell Now your opportunity BEGINS SATURDAY JULY 9 Ends Saturday July 30 For SUITSMen Fine hand tailored suits in all the new shades of grays and the new mustard browns blue serges and blacks Suits worth 3000 now22002500 now 1900 n 2250 now 1700 U U 2000 now 1500 tt 1800 now 1350 ce 1600 now1200-U ct 1500 now 1100 n ce 1200 now 900 1000 now 700 cc 8QOnow600 H Hats Throw away your hat and get a light cool Panama a beautiful Straw one that is light and cool Plenty of time te to wear them So here they must leave our store at oncePanama Hats worth 1000 now 700 750 now 500r ci 600 now 425 h 500 now 375 straw Hats Straw Hats worth 350 now 225 300now 200 is 250now 195 11 c 200 now 125 U cc 150 now 95 125 now 75 cc 100 now 65 ARE YOUInterested in Lumber Lath Shingles Doors Sash Etc If so see ems0 ToddEdwards Lu mber Co Phone J 00Coraer Maill Orchard K Gott Brothers desire to purchase your wool and will pay best prices for same 420tf Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber inoak poplar and Tobacco sticks L Poplar laths Write L J A STEVESS T HICKS rt Richmond Ky o T r i e e is t t old or I i 1 pine 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 tot L P Evans Bring your wool to Elmer Deathcrago and got the highest market price in cash 420tf Dan II Brcck life fire and accident insurance tf 1 Ej Have Fifty Bran if New Silk Dresses L just in From 750 to 3000 in Taffeta and Tussa and Rajah They were sent here to sell at the price Come jumping j Lots of Good Things Here JB Walker Fitting by Mrs Moorethe best oj y 13B Second Street Richmond Ky X Boys and Suits Made of the best materials Fine Suits for large boys Self retaining fronts with pegtop pants Suits worth 1250 now 875 H ce1000now 775I cc a 800 now 600 tl 700 now v n 500 ce G50uow rX 425 u a 500now VV375 J 400 now r 275 350now 2QO i v Childrens Suits Tailored like mens Sizes3 to 8 years Suits worth 600 now Z r4Of- u 500 now 350 cc cc 350 in lit of as we it we 2 a of as of in a of to and best in a to see us a it be to your in in 14 4 came into my store lately and said ul have been using a New Oil all they are they all have one I spoke about my stove toa lot now not one ofthem give hersup for five times its jost The lady who said this had kettle of water or to make coffee quickly in the but she never e1 = i I Jf has a Top with 1 helf for plate and food hot TH cae lie iMklwHh or CUbin tEve ydatn r 21 CII For Men Boys Of the finest such as Just Reed many other good in patent kid colt gun metal vici kid and calf tan calf Values worth GOO now 515 u 550 475 u cc 500 395 U 400 335 u cc 350 295 cc 300 Vv 255 cc f 250 195 7 Boys worth 300 now 0 2oo cc cc 250 195 200 1G5 rt fon t r Gentlemen has in the last de men of are a is for a job Is he a is in two it the men are men and like to men who own language and the has an a a was a be a cad if he and it did not his but has men men are independ yet to to a and be at in a be ed to and in any of life in as the changing of the Not can de fine it but it at In can the line of and is he is of in the to the and S3 a A for in the to awl to the of of hi He into a and to be er i wi of fur tbt for Tih rf A 43 a 1a is a treat you Ladies Celebrated We a of fine for So come for last styles straps straps ties in bottoms and now 335 9c 350 295 tI ce 195 u 1G5 cc 250 195 it 200 165 150 EVFRY THE Stock arenot about much gothey Boys Light colorsoft serge mohairs cravenettes We round numbers Soft and Hats this spring and summer styles must be closed out this sale regardless cost need our and Winter have the price cents the dollar3 hats 205 250 hats for 1newI hats L30150 hats 11 Who wouldnt buy prices We a large stock Shirts such Cluett Monarch and Dixie both collar attached and plaited bosom and negligee fancy and white all new colors kinds cool Underwear close fitting and loose fitting short and knee long sleeves and ankle lengths union and piece suits all go this sale PRICE in Furnishing Goods sold regardless cost DATE JULY 9th TO JULY Home of Good Y We Call Your the Celebrated Hoosier Corn Planter The Genuine and New Weste- rnCULTIVATORS Double Drag Harrows the very goods and class almost Come and before making purchase will interest Taylor OldhamDealers the Hardware Line Phone Street A StorekeeperSayslady Perfection CookStove winter thinkthesecomfort astonished andthatexperienceand thought quicklyheating morning orheavyNewPerfection tothedlaoertmmedlattlythe Butthethekithca NewPet QileookstoYeCabinet kecpiny XDaIReQMtattrAGtiveMadewithout CktaisrSeth yI11 Low and quality including Bayden and standard makes patent velour and Russian Low Shoes Values Stiff Tomake sure detached sleeves lengths suits Brown Shovel Why Are Wanted- A notable change taken place American business methods within ca3e Increasingly large affairs asking when young man recommended big gentleman This significant ways means that big business themselves gentle deal with talk their American business methods have grown tobe such that gentlemen advantageThere time when mate who hustler could liked hurt chance much that time passed The big business ofto day want young who tactful intelligent ent unassuming who would know how talk diplomat home club who could trust behave honorably discreetly situation who short have their ideal old never ideal gentleman everybody everybody knows gentlemanbr short work along least resistance that why wanted Women Good Harvest Hands women assisted gathering harvest around Beatrice ehI They wore lured fields bYAfbeofferof board day farmer into Beatrice iooMug farts hands Xoungers town refried work the- farmerhad face Uib- Jl1ty losing part crop restau rant when waiting struck withGthe idea iltldin fitrevjg harvesters tfrettt dad hrert i ssd went i Here for The Sil Shoes have only limited these shoes young early they wont newaankfo sailor welt light turns Worth 5400 3I250 200 Misses and Childrens 115 PRICE CUT ON that the line 65c new two CUT everything must Main good kindly number instep have such have THE farm They did such efficient work that other farmers sought women and they school teachers stenographers and college girls as wells Starved To Death- Is what could truthfully be taid of many children who die They have worms poor little things they dont know it and you dont realize it If your child is cross fretful pasty com plexioued and loses weight for no apparent reason give it Whites Cream Vermifuge you will bo surprisedat the result and how quickly it picks up Sold by II It Perry Lost- A ladies dark green leather shopping bag with brass chain probably on Lan caster avenue Please same to this ollico THE CHURCH SUPPER blgchmchbeUCIA Ding oagl I do declare lIKe IJB rung ia oa a rerfry fair But my oh ay How sweetthat I I wish that cole were good f ells I n For at every pull the sextoa gave tHpaVeiAndAnd oa he swung there all ceateat Said Sown belew good paetec Pipp tiprwfeire lie qWhoTbatwe CODIIiiec it Me righttXo uetJaaBkeUalIIbUc wise Sfc iMa great favor ia ear eyes May aUhecdeaa smell sweet asthfe bikeWhatdo SiW U a MaIi1 r 5taple and Fancy tries Hay Qorn s Oats and ShipstuB i Tdepbci 1 4 DROP OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down the throat of a craptns A few drops In the drinking water cures and PREVENTS DISEASE For the treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks end Blackhead and other diseases in tnrkcya BOURBON POULTRY CftlE HAS NO EQUAL Pne 50c bottle makes 12 nations of FOR SALE BY HENRY L PERRY Richmond Ky Howto Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff Wo desire to say that when wo took the agency lor ZEM6 wo were convinced that it was a remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zomo has far exceeded our oxpectations as a treatment for skin Wo arc pleased to state that wo shall continue the agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zomo too because It is a clean vegetable for extermal use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surfncoof the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leav ing tho skin clear and healthy It does not soil tho clothing or linen and can bo used freely on infants With every purchase we give a booklet on skin diseases explaining in Simple athomeby remedytf Store Bring us your wool and got best prices market will afford GOTT Uros 420tf Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against tho estate of O A Smith deceased must file same with mo verified as required by law on or before August iff lOlO or same will bo barred Vl Smith J15 4t Administrator SkinDiseases Readily Cured a Simple Home Remedy otrtkftprompt relief pane bo permanently ete edtiyaeleu liquid preparation for druggithethistoaets to knew that it is recom aiita md fr Kuretss Rfackheaelat Pimp pig IatidrnEMee andother mideeeaaegiveyou4 curedpoaurgwaboatdt ifytblaeleaa 0 For Men Young Men and We have them in all the new stylesplain bottom cuff bottom semi peg and full peg weight light gray blue light for this liot weather Pants worth 600 now 475 H cc 500 395- u u 400 300 U u Jt U cc 300 225c- 9 r 250 195 u ti 9 00 1i5 Work Pants and Overalls Yellow Khaki Pants Blue Cotton Jeans Pin Checkall go in this sale at lOc on the 1 off- ARTICLE IN OUR STORE 300 room for cut 35 for for for hats for hat at soft All at In fact be would would that went went women drew jylm return smells medicine valuable diseases liquid by 130 130 Telephone i Also a handsome set of Harness with rolledlmes and open rolled Bridal valued at This is no humbug It is 1 fair deal and legitimate it clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade Wg will give to each and every purchaser a ticket for ever 10 r worth of trade with us Each ticket will representa shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct offer will save you money when you call in and make MU money before you go out See our circulars for full xpia = nation plenty of them at our office t a C Read the Articles Below iHorse Back U10S Farm Blind rll Carts T Killing rlul ngons and Surris iBreak IIarness tubber tic tltobestput ongQc tDrive Harness reasonable J SrrorITaruess First class Irorso SlioeI hl b t BufgyPads Afctc Buggy trimmer ILglt ChtssaPain Ilit d Manycr Bujpgics Blacksmilhtng complete tnyTlobtm Send in your Vehicle for Painting and ReP if Early i f try an adv Jc A PURELY VEGETABLE COMfPOUND CURES Hats and Furnishingsat Cut Prices ROYAL ACTUAL Cleaning particular following inducements SALE Richmond Foulards Children knickerbocker nowo Shoes Kid rIngFor ItAH Trousers 0J Shirts REMEMBER 3- 0thSTANIFEHJ5 Clothes kTelephoneAttention themselves Everything efiolt Mauyhundreds ONE wormsand Lackey Golyer 282ionpJlilLeathertrirnmed 30k oiirlineCarefully collarsedjfsBreak1noa DColumbuskiteKaatfmanBuggies Lackey oer r41rin RiuOUSNES CON STIPATIOM MAlARIA C J AHDIEYItANDALLUWIIt ncoMPLMNTL j A AIiITUcutorlld oaudIs re7R msiwickY u yr t it 11 IJllUdLJ ARDSfiQW LlNlMENTCO1ee11d id and aiuconq- H caa L PERRY L i p Oh The Solid Comfort fI- n a roomy arm chair aresimplyMission style if you like it Allother kinds as welJ libraryoryouwilllHLveol BEIIETTandHIC GIN S 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 The Red Ash Jellico We have thu exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is alittlc better than you have been pettlnf elsewhere and posaiblyhess Fall Weigh or Coal Forfeited BroaddusS Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring in they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con luct your sale His narges are reasonable Ice cream in any quantity at Hiccis The Coburn Players in the Merchants eL Venice Thursday evening July 11 2t Mr J C Todd has sold his residence on SmithRallard street to Mr James Rouark for the sum of 3100 Mr Todd immediately brought a lot from Mr Leo Cotton the same street and has begun the erection of another house 4 Wanted Boarders or roomers at 213 Collins Street 5 For Sale A pony trap good as new 4t CREED GOTT Lost Parties who were seen removing a jardiniere from my lot In the Richmond Ccmotory will please return same and avoid further publicity lMrsJohn Duncan t Lost Having lost a certificate of stock in the Richmond Steam Laundry I here by give notice that I will mako appli cation for same lobe reissued J20U H R Tevis For Sale or Rent Having bought n home in tho South I desire to sell or rent my house and 10 acres of land located on the lug Hill pike one mile from Court House J13H J T Hubbard A Contended Woman is alwnys found in the name houv with Bsllards Snow Liniment 1 keeps every member of the family free from aches and pains It heals cuts buriis and scalds and cures rheumatism n urftfjia lambago and alt musrnlai porness awl stl ffnws 25c 50c and SI 00 a bottle Syld by H L Perry jylm WAKE UP Dont wait until the very last to lay in your fall and winter supply of H CoalWe have the Celebrated Rich Noun tain Jellico Coal and pries are no higher J possibly lessthan you will find elsewhere A trial order will be appreciated and you will be convinced that this is L the bestcoal in town i81 H1ThorpeCoH- ay Corn Ots Straw fK tvL Phaize 184 li Around Town Try Riccis ice cream lie sure to take dinner with the P i 0 Infirmary Ladies at tho Fair Dr T J Taylorand MrWW Watt are the latest to purchase automobile Dr and Mrs Jn Eutledgc of Whit Hall are rejoicing over their first hon a fine boy The government has declared war o ice cream cones claiming they cental boracic acid which is injurious Tho Union Services will bo held a tho Christian church next Sunday oven ing Rev DII Scanlon will preach Better keep a sharp lookout for r counterfeit halt dollar that is being worked off in different parts of till Stato Chonault Duncan has resigned hih position with J S Stanifer and has aC- cepted a position with tho National Lire and Accident Insurance Co J L Gott sold to his brother Creed Gott n lot on SmithBallard street Mr Gbt will hegin in a few days the errcc tion of a handsome home The four mail carriers of this city have been notified that their salaries for the ensuing year will be 900 an in crease of 8100 over last year Mrs V H Hobson has moved into tho house on Third street recently purchased from S Q Royce Mrs A T Douglas having taken rooms with Mrs J A Allman We wish to use cuts of every county and city official in our Big Industrial Edition If you have no cut of yourself haven photograph taken at onco and bring it to the Climax office lions C L Searcy and John D Good hoe have been appointed by Judge Shackelfcrd as delegates to tho second National Conservation Congress to bo held in St Paul Minn Sept Cth toOth c jCubanClubJOcmo Mr J W Bales has been selected by tho managers of the Blue Grass Fair as one of tho judges in tho saddle horse classes This is a very wise selection for there is not a better judge of horses in the state than Mr Bales Win Turner colored of Kirksville was tried in tho County Court last Friday on a charge of selling whiskey and of giving whiskey to a minor On the first charge ho was fined 20 and cost and on the second 50 and cost The examining trial of Ad Croekmoro Jr charged with the killing of Callie usliwas held Monday before Judge Shackelford and ho was held over to tho grand jury and his bond fixed at nooowblch ho gavo and was released The rain Saturday was the hardest seen in this section for many years It was the blow that destroyed thousands of dollars worth of crops wheat espec ially suffering It had rained more or less every day during the month up to that time and the heavy downpour of Saturday finished what the other rains had started Messrs BlantonCongloton Co have just received a stock of the celebrated CarpenterMorton Roofing This Roof ing is a very tough elastic rubberlike coating which is guaranteed to last and wear for many years It Is cheaper than shingles steel or tin and is much more durable A little booklet free tells about it Wo are desirous of publing as many halftone engravings as possible in our Big Industrial Edition and if you wish your resident your place of business or yourself rcprcscntedkindly arrange to have the photographs ready as soon as possible Wo also want to use cuts of tile present pastors of our various clinches and would bo glad if they would leave them at this office New Firm Messrs Ed Wines and J S Stapp have rented from R J McKee tho Prbcess Skating Rink und will convert same in to a carriage factory These gcnlomen are wellknown business men and will tarryiIstock the finest assortment of vehicles of every discription They hope to got in stock and have their opening about August 10 No Pictures Here Manager Baxter of the local opera house has received notice that he will not bo permitted to show the Jeffries and Johnson fight pictures upon penalty of being expelled from the N tioal Vaudeville Associations Thislt toe has bcen sent to 3500 managers ia yarifrHS parts of the country Filthiest Country In World A aJwtloB the United SttHMt e ffkhtest great country hi the wori acwdtoctel 0 W St g M- th M dk feUMr Commission for tbi sWay aw peYMIof- l1iese t kpeec oit7i4 tlie wtIaicI Meeting of tiM M Id ists at the Univvntfjr at a d UI tws W11 c- Cila people W lMyfllit 4 if through Ut o w oa of the limplest precaulioasP jrz Clearance Prices on Mens SuitsWe offer choice of all our finest for t1 175O 4 These suits are the fainous Kenton Hand Made Specials th tjJ61d merly sold for 2250 and 2500 Choice of aIIJ 800and 2000 grades for t1 1450 This seasons newest styles perfect fitting and fine IYour pickof all 1500 1600 and 1700 grades for 1150 I R All 1250 and 1400 Suits for I 950S And all 1000 and 1100 grades for T75O j Gut Prices mean just what they say in a one price store n THE FOR U1 riE rlClEra + 3 lBroaddusSOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED T I A The Best Coal Mined If there Was Better We Would Sell It BROADDUS VAUGHNTelephone 110 135 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Mr McKee Sold Residence- Mr R J McKee sold Saturday to Charlie Terrill his residence on Wood land avenue possession to bo given in thirty days Mr McKoo and family will moire to tho Russell residence on West Main street which ho recently purchased The Same Here AMissouri man bought twenty cents worth of steak and received a nickel in change Whcn ho got homo he could not find tho meat At last ho discovered tho nickel in his coat pocket This gave him a clue and opening his purso ho found where ho bad put the steakEx Th Burley Crop From the reports made at tho meeting of tim Burley Tobacco Society at Lexington this week it ccems that while the acreage is larger than usual in many counties the indications now are thai the crop will bo Jess rather than more than an average crop Turkeys Scarce Those of us who usually try to have a turkey for Thttiikglvingwil1 regret to learn that tho turkey crop is reported as being very sho tnot moro than half as many being raised as in past years This will make prices so high it will require a good bank roll to buy ono State Tennis Tournament- The sixth annual lawn tennis tour nament for tho championship of Ken tucky will again bo hold oii the dirt courts of Estill Springs Tryinei Ky horn July 25 to 30 inclusive Play will start on Monday and continue throughout the week The events will consist of mens singles and doubles ladles singles and mixed doubles ThU tojmiament is open to all players whether residents of Kentucky or no- tCircus Coming Everybody Is happy the circus is earning On July 2Sth the anions joint ItoWnson show will put in its appearance with Us red lemonade popcorn peanuts fat woman luau man big snake kfantB and everything else that goes to Ake up the circus that has thrilled the 1frm one cod ef the country- to the othisir fromwiily ilii1lituMh old e Kvetybody Md t18 s Dwtp Mre that day FIfty white tiJiiftf Mi Q My Ar RoKnwm of Isve re ho fma LIsit MooI1and dittpLI t 0 the ompjuvy wilptObbiyJbellJOOO c n 8 0 A Family Reunion- B F Snowden and wife of Los Angeles California are visiting Dr John A Snowden and wire at Paint Lick Mrs John A Snowdon and Daughter Miss Mildred of Los Angeles and Mrs Lee Hardman and children of Winchester wilt join tho party at Dr Snowdens in a few days and will make a lengthy visit Games During Fair On accOunt of the conflict with tho Fair tho managers of the ball team have decided to call the games to bo played during the Fair at 4 oclock in stead of 380 as in the past This will enable every body to attend tho Fair and the ball games also There will bo a game each afternoon during the Fair so dont gp home until you have seen the ball games Married in CincinnatiIThe friends of Mr Miss Mary Adams when they learned that they had met in Cincinnati and were married It seems that Miss Adams was on her way to Missouri and Mr Hardin joined liorln Cincinnati where they were married The bride is tho daughter of Mr and Mrs E E Adams nnd is greatly beloved by a wide clrcjo of friends Tho groom is the son of Mr Valentino Hardin tho wellknown contractor Brought In Nine Last Thursday while working in his field near Red House Seth Cates some negro buys puss the field and takeI his dinner bucket coat and some other things Ho secured a gun overt ok them and brought them to town and turned them over to the sheriff It de veloped that they nine in number had bpcn in Virgina working onji railroad and ycro on their way homo in Ten- neSsee They wore kept In jail over night and were brought before Jndgo Dykes Friday B ornjng Upon their promise to get our of the county at once they were released Enumerators Happy TIw Census chHraoraiors of this eon ty are happy Qver the receipt a few days ago of their cheOks This I the earliest this Hibn yha ever been eent- out M4lUfOellulIMorxww surprised when Ujtw NM vI h lu this na netkwi ii m t te ruI to Mae ttot ill ib m ls Uta coMy did apleiidid wc Aedr t iuier reced by Mr T lALa iCIptN D MM thP5t of iitadtoI- Hot h ttoo ri rtw top of the setire list of 135 mifln Jtiis te a record of which Mr MuM IB justly proud Important Read Carefully IThe success of our edition is assured Practically everybody so far seen has responded liberally and we feel safe in predicting the largest best and most comprehensive edition of the kind over attempted in Kentucky- It will reach over ton thousand copies will bo printed on lino paper and bo handsomely illustrated withhalf tone engravings of scenes in and about Rich mond schools churches public and business blocks and individuals The historical stories of tho city ourschook churches secret societies and the business and biographical sketches will bo strictly along business lines and no foolishness of any nature will bo nltow od to get into tho written articles In a word tho edition will be ono that you will want to send to your friends and will show up Richmond and our varied interests in a manner that should make the outside world look upon us favorably and probably influence industries in locating hero Our representative is calling upon the people us rapidly as poss bio and nil will probably bo interviewed within tho next tn days In the meantime if you havo any cuts or phiotographsyou desire publish ed In the edition kindly bring them to this olfco as soon as possible Peculiar Death J In Bourbon county Charity Johnson an old colored woman lost the key to her house and attempted to get in through tho window The window fell and caught her and as she was very fleshy she could not escape When found some time after and released she was unconscious and died without regaining conscioHsncss Hotel To Be Renovated Having just closed a lease fora nOm 5er of years with Mr G G Corxolius tlio stock holders of the Glyndon Hotel have made arrangements to havo the IwuWtef IWttBBghiy renovated and put in flrstclseseondi4ion A steam heal pJ ntwillbiiistalted tile floor put in the 1ce and every room wilt fe6 pnp redUMl pmtd When these im pro vem wta art iMMb nail will be DM olb4f IbML twUta Ja UM StaK It bM a way bad wi envUbl u4atlot for iUIeerTleebutytIM I the popctar pliw to should Dm MIi8 ssectHhe ck t odsrn- yitilssicii eths diese thtagiN Lo1epl1 in we iwBct that Uw hwjr bwc WiU to ftmtif increased Work wU1b1aasce Clearance Prices on H PantsFew tailors can equal the fit of our finer pants All greatly 600 495I 500 for 395 400 for 295 250 for 175 150 for 125 Clearance Prices On BOYSSuitsYou can afford the boy a new suit at these prices 800 750 I 550 650 for 475 500 395 400 295 Boys Pants Half PriceBig lot BoystKnee 50c50cStraw Hatsaway the old one buy a new one at these prices 250 300 Very News We have arranged with a photograph er who will take photographs at a re duced price of stores buildings and residences from which to have cuts made to bo used in our Big Industrial Edition As he will begin the last ol this week or early nest week kindly have your arrangements nil made so he will bo caused no unnecessary delay First Class The two playcs on tho Campus last Thursday by tho Coburns wore first class in every respect They were by far superior to anything ever sccn in this city In fact many pronounced them the equal of tho best over seen anywhere Both performances were well attended and tho local promoters did very well financially It is to bt hoped that moro plays of this character can bo secured Institute The fortyfirst annual session of the Madison County Teachers Institute con vened at tho Cnld well High School build ing Monday with Prof 1J Coates in charge Jiightyfivo teachers answered to the roll call and points to the most successful institute ever held in this county Noland is making every effort to insure its success and wp feel suro that with 1rof Coaesiri charge hero will bo nothing wanting Good Citizen Dead Ono ot Richmonds bestknown and most citizens passed into the great beyond Sunday alter an illness of nt out three weeks As was mentioned in these columns three weeks ago Mr John Taylor suffered a stroke of apoplexy and at the time his life was dispaired of but ho rallied and it was thought that lio would recovery but such was got to bo tho case and ho tank into that last long sleep Sunday Hew 172 years been cTijwly was R brodffllnd upright eitje always steading for tho right aad he could alway be far the things beli ve4 to be the interest of tilt NIHMM lIe ic survived kj five ehiUrti Thyar rst W Kootwi JaII 13ftiud CMT Tipp of Wi clMMtev Hrcv Ren Howe of Piiuburf LIowdee tI Nw- rk4 AIe 1 haL JWi wore iie- wiass1s Jeetdsy afternde I whiob the rcrftaloa wefli ialerredlu tiM Richmond eetneteiY i R a and everything 175 200 145 150 115 100 n COVINGTON and BANKS a QUALITY rrM Vaughn Any Odd reduced 50I Throw Interesting Strictly Teachers Superintendent jiighlyrospcclod ofguanlhad i1Jest1uterestSforal EIiKlbattling yfUueityMn c- COvndOMri PIOLdfLW Re- s1SIbt for for for for for for for 79c STORE = The Fair A Climax man made a trip out to the Fair grounds yesterday to see what he could find that was likely to be of interest during the Fair To our surprise we found that the grounds were covered with tents of nil descriptions under which were amusements of every kind for both old and young First wo found E D Sheets with five shows including a dog and pony show old plan tation show and other higbclass attract ions Then there were the MerryGo Round Japalac the monkoy man from monkey land the popcorn crakcr jack and icecream man Ola the wild girl which was captured in the Phillipines the man who makes that delicious tally candy the baby rack the shooting gallery the cane rack the knilo rack the candy wheel the duck pond the man with the toy ba loons rubber balls etc the Famous wild west and outlaw shows Beautiful America a clean variety show and many other things too numerous to mention The grounds are in first class condition and everything points to the most successful fair ever hold on these famous grounds Seiberts First Kegi meat Band and the dinner to be served by the ladies of the P A C Infirmary will also bo great attractions Among the well known horsemen who will have horses here arc P W Ray Matt S Cohen C L Kerr Jno T Hughes T II Smiley Co Shropshire i Matlack Russell Riley L T Anderson PB Wcisenger Mack Hughes Walter Walker It S Scudder Carl Bailey J A Baughman Harris Woods Collins i Redmon C T Sandidgo Gay Bros I a Jamqs L P Yandell Gary Ward Robt Walker Edgar Doty and other Madison county men Friday is ox pected to bo- the big day as that day has been sot dpart as Tobacco Day whoa Congressman Stanley and Judge OHorr will speak Senator McCrcary will preside and introduce the speakers There will bo a number of prominent visitors here on that day among whom will be Mr and Mrs Clarence Lebus Messrs A L Ferguson Gus A Brooks Ward Ilcadloy J Tandy Ellis Bradley Wilson and other prominent workers in the tobacco movement The speaking will begin at 12t0 nnd continue two hours but will not interfere in any way with the regular program The P A C Ladies are serving the dinner at the fair and they invite every body to cat with them Crab Orchard Springs Booming- All who havo visited Crab Orchard Springs this year give glowing accounts of the way things are moving there There are nearly one hundred there now and the season is just opened and the best music and table faro ever offered the guests during Mr and Mrs Joe Willis ten years management of the Springs An excellent house keeper Mrs Mary lichen of Zurich Switzerland and a line corps of servants give greater accommodations to the crowds Cheap railroad rates for the season and special low round trip rate from Satur day to Monday Live Stock Inspector In compliance with a law passed by the last legislature Judge Shackelford has appointed Van Bunion live stock In spector for Madison county This office is mule necessary by the fact that the U 8 Government hs declared a quar antine agsiwt Kentucky siep which Iw goes Into effect Sept 1st The object in having the Inspeeiatorfe to see that thee farmers dip their sheep and try ttdlMw ttIII ja a hetyhf ul condition by September so the auarnntin will be raised If thIs H not done MiM UBYBtiDe tore JeC it will not ceify prayaot chipping tbm os it UM SUfcJ bat will prevent MMkg ttew fMt OMitly to another JSW Iac matte elTta the imBWdiat stttfarmers William Rice Dead Mr William Riceonoof the best known and most popular citizens of Estill county died in this city last Thursday morning of Brights disease Ho was a member of the wellknown firm of Wagers S Rice of Ricos Station and was a man who enjoyed the highest esteem of his acquaintances lie had been in bad health for some time and ho came to this citylast week for treat ment but all that skill and nursing could do availed nothing lie was the father of Thomas J Rice the popular agent of the L A railroad in this city Tile remains were taken to his home at Rice Station Friday morning and were interred in the family bury ing ground Saturday Besides his devoted wife ho is survived by the following children Messrs Thos J Bill Simpson Charles and Earle Misses Fannie Sallie and Lizzie to whom much ympa thy is extended by their many friends Death of Little Ben Ben Daugherty adopted infant son of LnckeyllooroIillness Saturday July 9 Ago 5 months Litto Ben is at rest his short span of life was fleeting as a sumbcam on a summers day a ray of joy and gladness lent only for a few short months to glad den the homo and hearts of his foster parents then taken from them to the glorious Eden land like the folding of a precious rose bud its petais blighted and sullied by lifes ways or the gatering evening shadows after a day of unrest thus passed Baby Ben to a joyous resur rection eternal in Gods love Ilia Soul to Thine who gave It rose God led it to its long repose Its happy rest lIe has passed away like a Kcntle breath His eyes are closed In the sleep of death Like the leaves of the trees They must die anti fall And the Flight of time must cover till Out baby wilt cnlmly peacefully rest Forever happy by Angels blest Better to smile when such a life Gives up the battle of earthly strife Better to know his mifTerinca done Trials ended and glory won Tears ore vain when a Soul so bright Wings Its wuy to the jrates of lIght He has passed away Under deaths cold chill Yet n fragrant odor lingers still The tender lesson that memory brings The memories of mysteries oer us lllnc Vc love him still beneath theod And claim him ours though he has gone to God A Friend Cattle Delivered J W Bales the extensive dealer in export cattle received 101 head of that variety from L P Yandeli this morning They weighed 1400 pounds huridred131rtative that of all the fat cattle ho had received from various points in the State this year that the Gentry hires of this county were the heaviest Dan vile Advocate Ish CapitaEllsworth Superin tondent of Public Instruction has announced that the per capita for the coming school term illho 100 the thoSlateward the education of ovary child between the ages of six and twentyone in respondsmorea majority of the states but the feature of local taxation on the other hand is very much less The discrepancy thus occasioned js said to bo responsible for the white illiteracy in the state Estimable Lady Dead The Angel of Death has again been in our midst For some time tho MJonesmightbosparedbuton ing her spirit took its flight and was borne by the angels back to Him who gave it She was a woman of the high est Christian character and was never mercySheand Mrs W C Gormoly She was marriod about a year ago to Mr R M Jones of Bath county and had made her homo in that connty but a short time ago her health failed and she was brought to the homo of her parents whore she died Tho funeral services were holdSunday attornoon at the resi dence on Breok Avo by Rev E B Barnes pastor of the Christian church of which Mrs Jones was n consistent member after which tho remains were interred in our beautiful city of tho dead Our tendorost sympathy is ex tended to those who feel the blow so keenly Lost Somewhere on the Lancaster pike about three miles from town a white pique bady coat with ombroiderok collar Return to this olllco Competitive Examination omptithooffice of the Superintendent tho Madi Kyforsons who will receive appointments to free scholarships in the State University beginningInMadison county at this time is entitled to havo two appointees for four years ono for two years ono for one year and the appointment of four teachers or per son preparing to teach to free scholm ship for a period of one year The examination is open to all persons between the ages of fourteen and twen tyfour years The examination will begin promptly at 10 oclock Monday July 25th 19 10 Two days will bo allowed for the exam ination it necessary This day is 1910 Jbns XOLAXD Supt of Madison County Schools Its More or Less of a Mystery to most people is the choosing and applying of paints We thecluestfonsthat you all the information in our youbuyWe keep only high grade paints and amongst them are the ready YtoapplrHat i lOH Lt i 6t IR y PHONE 75 MAIN ST Smart Clothes For Ladies and Misses T will be found in 4 tsjM BarlowVF Readytowear Parlor StreetYComo inwill bo glad to show you my new lino of Ladles Ready toijear in tho Latest Styles and Maferials When you got my prices they will surprise you and youll como back again 1il l George Englist- hPLUMBINGL Il Doctor for I Gas and Gasoline 11Agents for Johnson li Best System Enginesi of Water Works l for country and suburban homes l i 210 E Main Street Phone 619i l RICHMOND = KENTUCKYI STUDIOW- ill be closed July 11 to 16 to permit my attend ing the Photographers Association of America in Milwaukee McGAUGHLY The Photographer l Planting Time has now arrived and you should no delay an order for a TailoringEstablishment Made to Order- Garments arc always remarkably distinctive ow ing to the care and skill wo use in cutting and fitting MarischenOver Sextons Shoo Storo do Cleaning Pressing Tele Something NewI- n My Line For You I have made preparations by putting in the necessary equipment to do all kinds of Painting and Trimming have made this addition believing our many customers would appreci ato our efforts to tako care of all needed repairs for vehicles Bring your arriago buggy or wagon and have it repaired painted and trimmed and made good as now If you need new Rubber Tires on your old vehicle a porfcc ob is guaranteed at this shop All work guaranteed both as to workmanship and prices James A Moores HERSCHEDE GIFT BOOK T is a vexing matter to decide upon the right gift for Wedding Birth GiftBookJewelrySterling TitaGiftHerscede Hall Clocks N I mCatalow tubular hen reproduce the famous planting Stylish We and 173 thoa1who ISILVERSMITHS JEWELERS GOLDSMITHS The Frank Co Hem sdc Bldg Fourth St Eat CINCINNATI OHIO Get Well youOfagainIf by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get well Its relievedYOU from some femellr1 trouble TAKE Spring Qeo Carriage Herschede CARDUIIJ For Sirs Fannie Ella of Poster Min wffered agony for seven forsewndie with my head and Tack I look 12 bottles of Crdui ana118- cured Cardui Jga Godsend totlnHe gomenHTqit AT AXJ DXTja ETOit Public Sale ot Lots rICity Taxes UIWUlORThlts Y July 21st iftlQ bp twocn the hours otono and Iwo oclock in front of tiro aUdqpr corner lot First andltviosr etinth City or RichmoIidKytseU r ca U for wnpaii city tax bills penalty interest and Costs for tile year of 1909 the following parties property real estate or enough to pay the amounfspecified below if not paid before said date TO ONo119fty Tax Collector WHITE LIST for 1009 Anderson Joa and Carlton 8 4 27 Bush and l ltou t348 Bush Joe 20 09 Bybee Malvina 0 32 Byl c6 Malvina Gdn 8 40 Gaits Wmh 7 20 Kansdall bills 20 59 Roberts Danlol 7 3i- Trowers Thos D 7 21 CQLOItD LIST Ballow GcorgoL10 55 Bennett cam 5 51 Brcck Bellw 11 81 Biggorslaff Aliceiil 5 11 Bronston Jako 0 S7- Burgin Martha hrs 313 Burnatn Jno 0 5 11 Craig IIenry3 e 0 37 Campbell Elder294 Chcnault Tobo 7 079 Collins Sam S05 Crutcher Lizziec C 37 DcJarnett Sarah 5 il Embry Julia511Fi-fe Mary i 4 27 Fire Martha 5 77 G U O OF Lodge IS 50 Harris Ben ul r20 Harris Hattie 5 11 Hill Wyatt 0 37 Irvine Joe Sr 511 Jarman Kobt Sr 8 88 Martin Jno i 5 11 Miller Chancy 201 Moss AlcxSSS Muncy Sallie rX127 20PhelpsYPhelps Maiyn 314 Pope Green hrs 3 91 Shearer Jako 3 44 Smith Scotti 14 70 Smith Ella 4 27 Totis ToltluSo Todd Jos C 8 Turner Mattio 5 n Tye Wm c 37 Turner Titia 4 27 StWalker Ed 10 55 Willis Lizzio l 95 White Nereis o 80 White Rollau c 37 Yates Wm Buster 9 72 Yates Nannie 5 wool Deatherago want your wool an pricforsamo Stops Hair Falling Hair Vigor new im proved formula will certainly stop falling of the hair Indeed we believe it will always do this unless there is some disturb healthThenamay be necessary Consult thisPoetyormnla with each bottle A 9chow to your qersirk him about It do u he say The reason why Ayers Hair Vigor stops thegermsthis is done nature soon brings about a andscalpMade by too J Ay er Co loiroll aa I Price Of Tobacco Wlfl Go Down Unless Popifo jS4K es Proclaiming 1 6 cto ba c C o growers of Lincoln jcolnty and other counties south of the river thatunless they come m with their brothers and help in the fight against the common enemy thetobac Co trusts to maintain living prices for the weed the entire pool would fall and the price drop again Bradley Wilson fired the first gun here Monday in the fight to establish the pool on substantial foot iui in Lincoln county He told the tobacco men of Lin coln that they have been milking their brothers cow onpthe wave of high prices and getting the benefit while the members of the pool did the work The time has come now when unless the grow ers in this section pool the fight to keep up high prices is going to be lost Mr Wilson made a clear aud convincing argument and at the conclusion of his address invited the meeting to elect three representative delegates to attend the meeting of the Burley Tobacco Society in Lexington Tues day and report back their honest opinion to the home growers The meeting select ed C E Tate T C Eubanks and Sam Biyantand they will probably report back next court day though an earlier meeting may beheld 5Dlr Wilson made no effort to get any man to sign the pooling pledge at this time He said he simply wanted the growers to know what it was he was advocating and wanted them to investigate The report which these three delegates will make carrydmuch weight They are among the most representa tive farmers and tobacco Therehis a rapidly growing senti ment in Lincoln in favor of pooling this years crop There is scarcely anyone however even who does not pool but who admits the suc cess of previous pools has been responsible for the high prices received for tobacco and wants to see it succeed againlnterior Journal Lost Last Sunday between the Christian church and homo in the country a pearl Sunburst broach Diamond in tho cen ter with pearls around Liberal reward for its return to this office LOST- On Red House or Union pike Sunday a babys white cloak Return taJ A McKensie Ida May Coal Co Richmond Ky If MILL WORK INTERIOR TR- IMSLLJIVIOERThe quality of everything you buy is guaranteed by us We spare no effort in making our building mater ials the best Blanton=Congleton Lumber Co Incordorntcd Successors to Ed Blinton tC 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 to the public to call and see uWealsoh- ave daily FRESH VEGETABLES In fact everything to bo founli ina first class grocery Call and inspect our goods nnd we are confident you will give us a share ofyour business Lackey Todd Telephone 62 Opera House Building I FOR SALEtA handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenueOne of the most beautiful streets in Rich vnondKy and contains 3 rooms and hall upstairs and 4 rooms hall kitchen pantry front and back porch a Splendid cellar with concrete floor well drained good coal house stable and other outbuildings All the wood work on interior of house is finished Innatural wood and rooms are hand somely paperedFor particulars call on WL LEEDSAT THE sAMU PLACE WOODLAND AVENUEj RICHMOND KENTXJCKir rv NOT m THE CIRCUS TRUST JOHN ROBIHSOHS 10 BigShows Richmond Thursday JULY 28 Americas Oldest Richest Circus A modernized studendbns realization of all that is great in the circus world Four rings three combined menageries hippodrome and great wild west all united in one greatest shell on earth a P l d y J o ll iiL 1000 Men and Women 400 Horses Enormous Zoological Exhibit 30MALE AND FEMALE RIDERS30 STARjTho great DeMotts Roy OWessney the Ortons Miss Eunice Mamie Asltfon Miss Ella Hackett Sadie Connors 20 others equally expert and noted 6GREAT AERIAL THRILLERS 6 The Wonderful DeComas the Lininger Trio the Reckless Japs the Glasscocks the DeBolien Bros Etc Ete lK 8ftmmmmmimm S3SIIDtiniISS3ESfS33S3IS J afeAlitk rfttBSf TTPEifSflT Ci6E19Bf PU9ltC COMPLETE WILD WEST 50 Cowboys 80 cowgirls 50 real blanket Indians Mexican horsemen Vaqueros Russian Cossacks and Japanese Scouts Sir ga lese Dancers and Magicians Company U S Cavalry in all kinds of fancy drills FLYING MACHINEP- ROF ZINTONEO and his beautiful MONOPLANE on exhibition Daily at Circus Grounds WARREN TRAVIS STRONGEST MAN LIVING 8 Lowandas Eight Brazilian Riders8 THE WORLDS GREATEST HORSEMEN 50 Clowns 100 Feature Acts 100 Gymnasts and Acrobats 10 Menagerie Acts 50 Aerialists I EUT fIWJ- Jro fUptA STll 1 r ONLY fLfPtfANTI B Famoiis Herds oi Performing Elephants3 Including Glasscqcks Wonderful Comedy Four q GRAND CAMP OF THE NAtIONS An entirely now and imiqito feature comprising hundreds of strange people from the dark corners of the earth 500000 FreeStreet Parade TWOPERFORMANCESDtUy t Doors open at 100and 7 00 P M The all r3iiSshow not in pricesforRural Telephones re4denceadvicewhietroUiultJbnrle1ftta received CH or addrtlaspnr awrect office or write direct fhdquarterr Line13rateN1oluwltpilEAST f tE4tSEE TmEPH Nlii d fj uO H e DOTY SURVEYOR solicits patronage of those needing s K vice ioa competent man Address niCUMO t n KENTUCKY R Emmett Million Baeeewer to fUr at ifen- ayDENTIST Oren State Beat d Trust Cespauy TJBLEPH6NK2S16 c A sUT =r1STLl N r ATTOBKKYATIuk IDHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Stets Bank k Trust Cocp ostte Court House on Main Street Harry M Blanton DENTIST AOcetp8eeaottIlallainacs laaty TKLIPHONH 1M Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKHIIpp Veteiinii lIege of Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon Once at J K Azbllls Stable Office Phone 99 Res Phone 532 J Richmond Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office In Olilham Building 0 D M CHEN AULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHMOKO KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery Feel languid weak rundown Headache Stomach otP7Just a a plain case of lazy liver Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach promotes digestilon purifies thobtaod Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden tG Flora I wish to announce to tho public that I have on hand a handsome line of monuments and grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 32tf C II Pico Assignee Cheapest accident insurance Ir Thomas Kiectic 011 Stops the pain and heals tho wound All druggists sell it jy 1m Travelers Madison National Batik sells Travel ers checks issued by First National Bank of Chicago Good the world over jnelStf For Sale Fifteen male Duroc shoats weigh about 85 pounds Wm Park It F D No 4t Richmond Ky j15 It Tho wise man carries both lifo and hastherOR5VMMERCQMrQRT COOK WITH 6A5I CHEAPEST QUICKESTWAY RichmondWater C Light CoIn- corporated r Beef tubs Farmers Bntchets NOTICE I am paying acesbfox Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right g Ring phone 363 M WIDESKENTUCKY iRICHMOND g r II feJ I Good Things to Eat I IiThats aU we carry Whether table Itsdelta a cacy iqIn 1Iif it fails to measure up to our high I standard One of of the quality recent successful contest ti flants for representation in our line is aaELECTA lg COFFEEJJ y I lti asmooth and dainty blend of selected hiebland grown beausthet i iaarketsdDicest The Electa process of slow iI dryuring preserves the genuine coffeewl 1r laserand improves Innsing Ele ta Colfee i are sure of tbc6nestqual1tya satisfaction that In Itself would make Elocta worth more I than other coffeeslt before Compare Y U like the rousing flavor 1of cad the glorious aroma I a IT ate and S o n i sIl Representative of the National Cooperative Js r Realty Company V JA HIGGINS 4 258 L Main Street Richmond Kyjfe I have opened my Real Estate office and will be gladitp receive your list of For Sale or Rent Property City Property ror Farm Lands Have arranged to have property well ftRENTS t t You can plow onethird more ground and riot t rei yourself or horses with the 1I1 Riding Cultivator I THE GENUINE Walking Brown Cultivator 4 will last longer and do better work than any Walk ing Cultivator on the market 5E Call and let us show you why v tr D B Shackelford C17 Sterling a Clothes l IfCLOTHES1 l der 4 r Botch Tailored 7 Readto g Weal Guaranteed not toy tShrink or Fade j f t1fsuits allsizes froT I 5miii city to select froTrl Fine TJi e New- StyleHatsi awad RurniahiUK Goods t ekes Trunks I7mbt etc at lowest pri esl cia fioolx JaB Stouffer J 0 IC3otluog and Tailoring House p Rtcbmlclnd J v