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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, July 27, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 ric1910072701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, July 27, 1910. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. h THE fICIIMOND CLIMAX 1 lt r i 37th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1910 NUMBER 8 WALL PAPER 1 IRaised On It 142 Found goldrim spectacles left in our some weeks Owner can have same by calling at our place of business Covington Banks J1521 L f Cattle raised on our feed are seldom sick Thoy thrive and grow rAtro handle no interior Ourstock includes best varieties of grain and feed and we can supply all wants in that at the very lowest Jlrice8ro enjoy a reputation for reliability and endeavor to live upMfo fL I Burnside f Robinson r Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE RICHMOND Pair were store ago stuff your lino Brick For Sale Wo have just burned two brick kilns and are prepared to furnish good solid brick on application Moberly Brick Co tf Mobcrly Ky IEIm Convinced You Give HaSquare The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion tIn a town of less than four hundred people with fierce competion on all sides we 1havein eightyears built up a Banking busi ness of over 12500000 Resources 11 PflJfifisQp Liok Ky BL Woods Pres W C Fish VPres W G Kern per Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier We Sell May Manton Patterns fOe Each The Right Way fo get good work is- o buy your paper from an up to date ne and get an untodate paper hanger NEWSY NOTES FROM EST1LL SPRINGS Attention tennis players of Ken Lucky You are indeed In danger of losing the Tennis Championship to the Queen City There has been a renewal of interest in this game lately and the awakening promises to be worth something MrUkldell has received many letters from over the State From Danville Somerset Lexington Covitgton Louisville etc Tennis Week is going to be a real winner this year The pride of Kentuckians is up in arms and Miss Adele Kruse of Cincinnati shipshapeItrophy home with her for keeps this year Mr George B Eager of Louis ville will have to come back in line trim thank you or that athletic Mr UA Iloldenwho has a leg on the cup will make him sit up at a strict attention Mr Holden is if you are not upin news of the Tennis World one of the hest in the United States He made a most cngable record lost year in the National Tournament Miss Backrow of Louisville made some really brilliant plays last year and her reason for not bring the silver loving cup back to Louisville was not a lack of scientific playing but her length of arm was not that of Miss KruseThere is it Is whispered to be a few good Tennis players of Frankfort up here for the Tournament One will have any number of friends here to root for her if she consents to enter Somerset and Richmond will also have good players and Louisville will have its delegation to pull for Miss Backrow Besides this game there is the big german to be danced that week This will be given on cither Thursday night or Friday In the meantime whats the matter with loyal Kentuckians getting together and boosting a candi date for the time is short and art is u I In the cure of consumption concentratedeasilydigestednourishment v For 35 yea- rsScotts Emulsion has been the standard worldwide treatment for consumption All Drun uu Phone 912 W P BAXTERfleeting There the crowds are increasing dally and the chickens arc roosting higher On Saturday the number of guests were increased by Mrs Henry Embry and Miss Dorthy Einbry of Louisville Miss Cora hello Embry Miss Majorio Embry and M r Cecil Embry also of Louisville Mr G C Cross of Louis due Is here the guest of Mr Cecil Einbry It take a very energetic person to walk to the Iron well before breakfast and the very lazy have this brought to the table by the waiters Theres some thing in the air that manes letter writ- Ing a boroplensureand we take much pleasure up here in the mountains of Old Kentucky Mr Louis Thompson Mr Neal Thompson son and daughter of Rich mond Ky motored down Saturday and will remain several days Mrs Neale and daughter Mrs Mary Nea Thompson of lllchmond have beer here several days Those at the Springs who have s far entered into the Tennis Tourna ment are Mr Wallace Embry Jr Miss Dorothy Embry Mr Cecil Em bry Miss Gladys Rodman Miss Lor ania Nourse and Mr Ned Lane from Sandford Fla There is n funny rivalry going on be tween those who came here to imbibe freely of the Sulphur Springs So far the championship is held by a lady who yesterday drank 85 glasses in one dayMr John W Rodman and family are now comfortably located in the cottage hers They came here last Saturday evening Attorney E S Jouett of Winchester Leonidas Ilsdwlne of Jackson Hugh Riddle and G W Fleenor are spend ing a few weeks at the Springs Mr Clyde Smith is again with us for the week end Mr Smith is in business at Beattyville Mrs Bell and children of Louisville will arilve here next week and remain a fortnightIts jolly set here and there is something on tapis every moment of dayMr Mrs M L Robards of Louisville arc spending several days here Ella Hutchison Ellwnnger Taken Up Thero came to my place near Gum Springs on Walnut Meadow and Paint Lick pike on May 18th a red yearling steer weight about 050 lbs Owner can have same by proving property and pay ing all charges B B Reynolds Paint Lick Ky R R Labor Versus Idleness There is no blight like the blight of idleness It is in the unworked garden that weeds grow It is in the stagnant water that disease germs waken to hor rid life It is in the calm that mariners lose heart and from the spent battlefields pestilence more dreaded foe than the red carnago of war Ennui falls upon a bravo heart as prostrated peace falls upon a true soldier Ennui is like a longwinded amiable but watery headed friend who drops in to see us and dribbles platitudes until every nerve stands out like porcupine rjuilts and we long for the advent of an enemy Ennui is like being forced to cat meat without salt or to drink tepid water Labor on the contrary if it bo ronumorated labor is a friend with grit and endurance in his makeup It comes to see us as a wind visits the forest and sets all our faculties stirring as the wind rallies the treetops It salteus up our meat nnd spices our drink Notice To all trespassors black and white All sportsmen and blackberry pickers fro notified to keep off tho old Gentry farm juG4t J II GENTRY New Law 4 A few days ago the new mechanic lien law passed by the rocent Legisla ture went into effect and makes a rad ical change in dealings between owners and contractors and material dealers In the past the material dealers have been so protected by the law that it made little difference whether the contractor was financially responsible or not and credit was given for the asking Under tho new law however tho material dealer will have to be as careful in granting credit as dealers in any other lino of business Claim Capitol Site The heirs of tho late Judgo Harry Innis who donated tho site of the old capitol building at frankfort havo put in a claim for tho recovery of the old site They claim that the site was deed ed to tho State by Judge Innis on tho condition that it bo used as a State Cap tol but if it over ceased being used for that purpose it was to revert to his heirs Now that the new Capitol is being used the heirs claim tho old property and will m ke a legal tight for it It is worth something like a quarter of a million dollars Lost Parties who were seen removing a jardiniere from my lot in tho Richmond Cemetery will please return same and avoid further publicityMrs Duncan Wrong anybody Phone VJ ALL PAPER We Retire Go Carts We Sell Liquid Veneer One reason why you will find the most luxurious bed in the I STEARNS Ie FOSTER I MATTRESS is that the natural springiness of the cotton is magnifiedmany times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you call Sixty Halts Free Trial 1050 1350 1600 and 2- 250Oldharn LackeyUndertaking a SpecialtyDavTelephone Telephone 76 229 Fire Life Accident and Health Insur once in tho very best old line Companies Wm Broaddus Agt Chick Chick Chick Why pay 225 hundred for cracked chicken feed from the stores when you can buy cracked feeds from consist ing of wheat corn oats and screenings for 100 per hundred Burnam Kuckcr Millers Paint Lick Ky 4t22 Dont wait untill your house burns think about insurance See Dan II Breck tf Have you any wool bring and get best market prices 420if GOTT BROS The Way is to buy a lot old stock and get to hang it for you s 136 w S O R O L S tf a us to It so it to is o EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has balllod them is to find some remedy that will get to tho germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and de stroying the germ lifo that causes tho diseases The whole method of treat ment and cure by Zomo is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers of Zemo It tells how to duro yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and nil diseases of the skin and scalp Call at Perrys Drug Store for booklet and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized tho standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp tf i L BL BlaiitoiiWholesale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime i Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Comer Main and IJ Str- eetsTELEPHONE 85 We Sell IVay Manton Patterns fOc Each Reduced Prices For tTiiJ 30 DaysT 1 in aM Kinds if Summer Goods We Mean Exactly what We Say iFJFYOU ARE LOOKING FOR ANY KIND OF f i 5 jt ffSUMMER MATERIALS 7S a J ttiySi i qijAn JT LigteWeight Wearing Apparel For Lady Or Gent We Have It And fi yIi1 xV H iSv n S J Y Reduced tncBsFor30 Bags Jee Us Before You Bug Jc jt NI a I ii JJ 1i w Hamilton BrotrierSji 0 o cT ji IT1 JRJiJJr Womah Who9s Hzrd to Plemse iI tr r i 1 Just send them to us for we select our goods for the fastidi ous womenthe ones other merchants find V hardest to please As to our i4 Dress Goodscwe have the newestdiagonal weave in all colors from 89c to 198 per yard Our fOULARDS are the choice bf the seasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89c to 179 per yardrBeautiful Swiss Embroideries in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Look at our Readymade Waists and Skirts All styles and prices ti Owen VIcKeeSee Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns m The Richmond Climax flIRT WU1ESMT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated AD MILLER EDITOR cl r PRESS ud FPICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1010 Democratic Ticket FOR CONGRESS nON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln County The soliciting for our Big Industrial Edition is about completed and we believe that everybody has had the matter explained to them If however any one has been overlooked it has been unin tentional and we would be 4 glad if there are any such to have them phone this office that we may call upon them L at once Our desire is to give every body an opportunity to be represented and thus aid us in making this edition the finest ever attempted in Central Kentucky as we are cer tain it will be from the liberal support given us We must again urge all who intend having photographs taken of their business places residences or themselves to be used in this edition to give the matter their immedi ate attention as we must get photographs to the engravers without delay We have made arrangements with Mc Gaughey the Photographer to take all photographs for this big edition at a moderate f cost and would advise you to either see him at once or else j notify this office and we will send him to you I TUE great Madison county fair of 1910 has been added to the list of big rys successes For four days the old time ffair enthusiasm reigned supreme nnd the largest crowds of recent years at V tended For weeks prior to the fair tho association officers and directors 1 were ceaseless in their efforts to make it the success that it was and it is 4 ratifying to all Madison county people to know that we are getting back to the class of fair wo had in years gone by From every view point show rings farm and domestic products fancy needle work music dinner attendance- it was the best fair wo have had for f many a day and it only bespeaks of better and more brilliant fairs to come The officers and directors aro being warmly congratulated on every side ATTOKSET GENERAL BuEATnrrr Wednesday gave Governor A E Wilson a written opinion to tho effect that the chief executive has tho authority under COnditionallpardons their return to confinement in the event they violate the terms under which they aro given freedom r TIlE future is an illusion it never arrives it flies before you as you ad vance Always it is todayand after death and a thousand years itis today You have great deeds to erfom ill you must do them now Charles Fergn 111 Ttaejlt Jfcerjing Advocate lssueilMt weeic MI sktra dition pt three sectk M CIl ifailg c ncti The edition ha om ilss4at4with laltoie nd fta grseredt u M oorf 100Ifhi1l about OM j k Mwa iivijT jjj L IAT the recent session of the Kentucky State Bar Asssociation Judge Benton read an excellent paper on the Jury System Tho most important portions of the paper related to the number of challenges allowed defendants i n criminal cases and to what Judge Ben ton termed the Court House Lobby On this subject Judge Benton says Lot the motto of the Kentucky State Bar Association for the next year be The Court House Lobby Must Bo Destroyed and it will not be necessray in the future to inveigh against this evil practice which is corrupting the very foundation of your jury system Do not suffer the Lobbyists to taunt you as their fellows do Congress and the Legislatures of tho states by ask ing What aro you going to do about it but let them know that you are engag ed in a war upon their avocation which will not cease until you have driven them out of the temples of justice Drive them out of your court houses as did He who said make not my Fathers house an house of merchan dise EDITOR and Mrs 0 W Metcalf have the deep sympathy of tho entire State Press in the loss of their little twoyear old daughter which occurred after a brief illness THE trouble with lots of people is that their wishbone is where their backbone should be IT is too bad that when one is learn ing to shave ho has no one to practice on save himself Premium Awards Madison County Fair First Day Best loaf salt rising bread Miss Lucy Adams p Mrs R B Terrill c Best loaf graham bread Mrs R B Terrill p and c Best beaten biscuit one dozen Miss Bessio Miller p Mrs Will Arbuckle c Best doughnuts one dozen Mrs John Mason p and c Best cookies one dozen Mrs T C Vaughn p Mrs G B Turley c Best gingerbread Mrs J R Gibson p Mrs Will Arbuckle c Best angel food cake Bollio Shearer p Mrs James Noland c Best white fruit cake baked in mould Mrs Will Arbuckle p Mrs R B Ter rill Best chocolate layer cake Mrs T J Curtis p Emma Million c Best caromel layer cake Mrs Hugh Duncan p Mrs Jas Dejarnett c Best marshmallow layer cake Emma Million p Mrs James Dojarnelt c Best devils food cake Mrs J F Wagers p sirs Jas Dejarnett c Best black cake sirs John McWil hams p Mrs James Dejarnott c Best pound fudge Mrs J F Wagers p Best pound nut candy Mrs JF Wagers p Mrs Jas Dejarnett B st pound French candy sirs John Mason p and c Best apple pie Miss Lucy Adams p Mrs Jake McCord c pEmmapBestMrs June Baxter c Best jelly pie Mrs J P Wagers p Mrs T J Curtisc IBest cherry pie Mrs J F Wagers p McCord c Best cooked ham GB Turley Sr p xrsTJCurthc Best pound butter Mrs Will Arbuckle p and tBest gallon ice cream Mrs J R Gibson p Mrs G B Turloy c Best gallon sherbert Mrs James De Jarnelt p MISS Bessie Turloy c Jack 4 years and over E Deatherage Po Jack 3 years and under 4 Jno Turteyp Jack 2 years and under 3 J O Brooks pI D Todd c Jack 1 year and uader 2 Sam Todd p Jack under one year Sam Phelps p Jack any ageE Deatlierage p John TurIeye Delivery outfit singleer double used fordelivery purposes JH RicbmomJ LR Btentoa p 8 W6H IM Kinney Mare or geWtog 1 year and uadfir2 X S Seeder Pi Harris White e 3PNkBr08Mare wg tlya1i41 WMter 4 WraJi Wlkee p xrsWLEitock- 8tlioo 4 yrIi Md over 9Ag f floty WPwt ArU BMB N B jtM Odi ars lA1nHf1 Ditr I- psJ 1ft J f Vdc ii 3s a 1f VM A Mrs J Brooks Nichols p David Death crago Finest stallion mare gelding any age sex or breed Mrs It T Lowndes 1st David Dunn 2nd Bernard Hayes 3rd Stallion 1 year and under 2 Matlock Shropshire Stallion 2 years and under 3J O BrooksSStallion mare or gelding 3 years or under Chas Cohen 1st Mack Hughes 2nd Mrs W E Hitchcock 3rd Stallion any age Robt Walker p Wray Walker Second Day Cotton embroidery best sp cimen HWagersSilk embroidery best specimen Mary Louise Kellogg p Rowena Coates c Scolloping best specimen Rowena Coates p Lana Coates c Hemstitching best specimen Francis Wagers Pi Florence Miller c Outline embroidery best specimen Lana Martine Coates p Best dozen button holes Vivian Fritz p Francis Wagers c Best embroidered shirt waist Mrs Lena Stone p Mable Ruth Coates c Best dressed doll Mable Ruth Coates p Best fancy apron Miss Georgia Wal ton p Miss Issie Million c Best kitchen apron Mrs C F Higgins p Mrs M C Kellogg c Best tailored shirt waist Mrs J F Wagers p Mrs Covington Jett c Best centerpiece silk embroidered Mrs Lindsey B Ian ton p Mary Ann Kelly c Best pair pillow cases embroidered lrsl1 C Kellogg Pi Mrs Mrs G B Turley Sr c Best table cover Mount Mellick em broidered Mrs G B Turley Jr p Mrs Will Arbuckle c Best specimen scalloping on linen or cotton sirs M 0 Kellogg Pi Tomrnie Cole Covington c Towels embroidered with initial or monogram Mrs Mary n Hicks Pi Mrs J F Wagers Handkerchief embroidered Mrs M C Kellogg p rsJ F Wagers c Sofa pillow embroidered Mrs Will Broaddus Pi Mrs M 0 Kellogg c Handsomest homemade counterpane Mrs Geo D Simmons p Mrs P F Adams Jr c- IIandsomest homemade quilt Mrs Harry Blanton p Mrs Shelby Jolt c Sweepstake for largest amount received in premiums by one exhibitor from ring 55 to inclusive Mrs M C Kellogg p Mrs J F Wagers c Mule 3 year and under 4 either sex Sam Todd p Mule 4 year and over either sex Harry Francis p Stallion 1 year and under 2 Matlack Shropshire p EdgarDotyStallion 3 years and under 4 Charles Cohen P Edgar Doty a Plantation saddle horses Maro any age C W Spears 1st T D Chenault 2nd J B Walker 3rd Tho Edna Mao Challenge Cup cham pionship Edna Mae Mrs It T Lowndes owner 1st Rod McDonald Mat lack d ShopShlre owner 2nd Golden Glow A S Burr 3rd Elenor C Mack Hughes owner 4th Imperial Squirrel TriggChinsPrettiest boy baby 2 years and under Mrs W M Holcomb Pi Mrs Dr Daugh erty c Combination horses mare or gelding any age Matt Cohen 1st and 2nd Mack Hughes 3rd- Roadsterspony 51 inches far under McKenzie pj Evan sfcCord c Harness horses mare or gelding 4 and over P W Ray 1st Mack Hughes 2nd Chas Cohen 3rd Best lady rider Mrs H B Kinnaird p Annie Kellyc Roadsters Stallion mare or gelding 3 years and under Wray Walker p Bernard Hayes e 4 Third Day Plate of tomatoes Mrs 0 F Higgles p Mrs Joha aldV acjThree MWofMbRge GIM cttrifimA- RpLJ Rivers e Onioas onebalf peck xrs Will Ar buckle p xrs ferga T yjw e OnebaK pMiCsWtpe4WH Gw Cbriwianp fOathalf peckIrWlIIf mju Pow ltPi GusbeaCurrent jsllykrt 8am eeiCftIlWgersc BIacbbsrrt jfl In iLDeJrip liwcil ljpJflSUL 4 iMf ty svcbsaRs V Mr Mtt ArIMiUIc i j v IA pplJ1y XIIJP eI Pft l IJM6 Crab apple j lly Mrs iRioe pjjirs L FWagers e Grape jelly Mrs Cap Dfckerae p rs Sam Rice a r Raspberry jam Mrs J T Wagers pPIrs J R cmBlackberry jam Mrs JR p x rs D gPeachrs Cap Dickerson c Strawberry preserves Mrs riFWagers Pi Mrs J R Gibson c Cherry preserves Mrs J Ft Wagers Pi Mrs John Parrish c Pear preservos Mrs Sam Rico jpritrs J P Simmons c lngersSweet pickle pears Mrs J F Wagersw p and cECucumber sour pickle Mrs Cap picker son p and ctMixed pickle Mrs J F Wagers Pi Mrs S P Deatherago c Tomato catsup irs J F Wagers p Mrs Cap Dickorson a For largest amount received in premiums by one exhibitor from ring CO to 100 inclusive Mrs J F Wagers p Mrs Sam Ricee- Wheat one bushel Sam Lackey Pi E Deatherago c Bluegrass seed onehalf bushel E hTwolvep Jerry Noland c Yellow corn Sam Phelps p Twelve cars white flint corn E Death erago p Six stalk of corn J M Boon p Stalk hempWMJennings p Stalk of tobacco Chas Curtis 1st and 2nd Colyer Duncan 3rd Mules foals of 1910 either sex Jack Phelps p Clark Hendren c Horse mule under 1 year Zena Cobb p Sam Todd c Mare mule under 1 year Jack Phelps p Clarke Hcndrcn c Pair mules to farm wagon or other implement Richmond Lumber Co p Mule any ago either sex T D Chen ault p Richmond Lumber Co cIMule colt either sex Jack Phelps 1stI Clark Hendren 2nd Chas Embry 3rd Mare or gelding any ago Mrs R T Lowndes 1st Mack Hughes 2nd A S Burr 3rd- Saddle horses stallion 3 and under 4 Chas Cohen Pi JO Brooks c Stallion 4 and over Matlack Shrop shire 1st MrsRT Lowndes 2nd Wray it Walker Fancy turnout mare or gelding P W Ray p P P Burgle c Prettiest girl baby 2 years and under Mrs Rollins Tudor p Mrs Elbert Wagers Most attractive Automobile turnout Fletcher West p J T Coy c Harness sweepstake stallion mare or gelding iiatlack Shropshire 1st P W Ray 2nd Edgar Doty 3rd Chas Cohen 4thFive gaited saddle horses 1 year and under 2 R S Scudder p sirs Anderson Mare or gelding 2 years and under 3 Park Bros p Roadster 4 years and over Mat pPWRayc Fourth Day Sweepstake for colts foals of 1910 to be shown to hand W H Murphy 1st Chas Curtis 2nd Eugene Todd 3rd Jeptha Jett 4th p Wm Parrish 5th Breeding Ring mare and foal foal at side Chas Curtis p W H Murphy c Mare colt under 1 year W H Murphy Wm Parrish Stallion colt under 1 year Chas Cur tis p Jeptha Jett c Combined horses stallion any age Matlack Shropshire 1st P W Ray 2nd Chas Cohen 3rd Saddle horses 3 years and under 4 Mrs W E Hitchcock p liacUTHughes a Mare or gelding 4 years and over Mrs R T Lowndes 1st A S Burr 2nd San didgo Houston 3rd Shetland ponies mare and foal at side phas Curtis p Wm Burnam c Harness ponies stallionmare or geld ing any age W H Luxpn p McKenzie i c Saddle pony any age Wm Burnam p Gilkerson c Boy rider under 14 years old Cecil Dunn p Henry Rayburn Jr c Combined pony 55 inches or under Wm Burnam p David Deatherage c Fancy turnout for children driven by boy or girl W IL Gibson 1st James MC- Kenzie 2nd Bland Ballard Jr 3rd Three gaited horses mare or gelding any age Mrs R T Lowndes 1st and 2nd Edgar Doty 3rd- Plantation saddle horse sweepstake T D Chenault 1st C W Spears 2nd Chas Dunn 3rd Gaited saddle horses merchants sweepstake stallion any age sirsRT Lowndes 1st Matlack Shropshire 2nd AB Burr 3rd Mrs W E Hilchcock 4th Wray Walker 5th Roadster sweepstake stallion mare or gliding any age Mat Cohen 1st P W Ray 2nd Robert Walker 3rd Wray WalkirIth Prettiest girl any ago on Fair Grounds Saturday Miss Louise vWhite of Faye te ountyv PERSONALS thefairMr Lucien Patton of Lexington is visiting hero Miss Janie George is visiting relatives at Stonega Virginia Mr L B Wlsenbcrg of Crofton Ky was in the city last week Hon Wm J Price of Danville spent several days here last week Mrs SamBennettof Lexington was with FloridaisMrs LIi shof90vingtoo is the guest of Iel in the city visitingMrs TA Garnett of Lexington is theguest of Mrs W C French Mrs Ida Haggard of Clark county spent last week with relatives here guestofMisses Rosiitey H Fire Alveiv son Lexinctealirt week JspentfairwceJudgeJ M Bealon of Winchester visited parents at Waco tut week Jfr Will lattIeit Fnwkftrt fe the guest of Mr and MW Ctewww DPtti aVnltv Xes RMWt 1wiltbetJlIIJJhH EmJJ1aPoefiol r i1tUMI jfttMt x JM y Mrandweek Istksaotive1igiCr1 adHa aloJwr of jbni Bwathis4 aif XHJattM Wilkeees efLU s atgew Fig moMrsMen vtotiBc her sWtr Mrs Rfitett Killer v Mrs J M Pdymfz and Miss Kathleen I yntz are4 at JfoatrMt N 0 fora onth MrC V Scott of Louisville was a u sttast week of Dr and Mrs llIll1ac tiMrsingtofl Ill is the guest of Mrs S D Parrish Misc Gary Rice is in Bboneville Ky for a two weeks visit to Miss Pauline Eversolo Miss Jennie has as liar guest Mrs NemePughHansforiJof Wash gton D G Miss Francis McFarland of Lexington as a gtfest during the fair of Mrs lmer Tate Mr Newton Hcacox of Lexington is he guest of his sister Mrs Elmer Daathorago Little Miss Lucy Young of Lexington was a guest last week of Miss Marie Louise Kellogg Miss Ruth Crowe has returned from Now York where she visited her sister Mrs Feamster daughterMusettoMrs A J Suit Mrs Harry Scrivner and children of Winchester were guests of relatives during the fair Miss Thompson Taylor of Lebanon i s spending her vacation with her father Dr T J Taylor Mrs E S Helburn of Middlesboro was n guest last week of her sister Mrs Noale Bennett Dr Harry Hendron of Blanche has been here to see his sister Miss Emma Icndrcn who is quite ill MaryTaylorBessie Turloy last week Miss Hester Covington had as her guests lor the fair Miss Same Marrs sparks of Nicholasville Miss Elizabeth Shackelford has been visiting her cousins Misses Sarah and Lucy Chcnault in Lexington Mr Jennings Maupin and Miss Kate Turpin havo been visiting their sister Mrs W S Williams in Paris Mrs D E Flora and Mrs W H Whittaker have returned from a throe weeks stay at Dripping Springs Mr Green Clay Walker editor of the Lancaster Record was a pleasant vis tor in the city during the fair Mrs Chas Dudley of Covington is parentsMrMrs John Cunningham and Mrs Low Francis of county were visi tors to the fair last week Mrs Clifton Shropshire of Fayotle county is visiting her mother Mrs Anderson Chenault near town Mr and Mrs Erskine Garland of Huntington W Va were guests during the fair of Mrs James Bennett Miss Norma Houchens of Frankfort but formerly of this city is the guest of Miss Bessie Harris on Fifth street Friends regret exceedingly to hear of the serious illness of Miss Emma lien dron at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Mrs Cabell H Chcnault of Tucum cari New Mexico is visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs W L Crutchcr Mrs Sam A Dealherago has returned from Crab Orchard Springs where she underwent treatment for rhumatism deliShtfuldanceelegant suburban home of Mr and Mrs H B Hanger Mr and Mrs Richard L Gentry will leave Saturday for their home in Nashville after a visit of three weeks to rel atives in the city practIngparentsMrMisses Maymo and Nell Keller of Cincinnati and Margaret McCrystal of Lexington spent fair week with Misses Matlie Elder and Mary Conway Mrs Richard T Lowndes Jr of Danville was a guest at the fair last Thursday on which day her noted show horse Edna Mao won the championship cup Mr and Mrs M A Phelps entertained with a brilliant dance Monday night at their elegant countrf homo in honor of their daughter Miss May Phelps and her guest Miss Hocker of Stanford The following are pleasant house guests of Mrs Edna Yates in the county Dr Hugh McKee and familof Frankfort Mrs Percy T Whildon of Ala and Miss Henrietta Bartlett of Law R S Berrymari president of tho Woodford County Fairy Vernon Mas tin vice president Fleming Meeks sec VersaillesITaylor Reed son of Mrs Roberta Lit tle Reed is hero at the Henderson House in the Interest ofhis mother who is seriously ill at Cleveland O Mr JohnTaylorG E Dozier and family of Pond Creekf Oklahoma formerly of Madison are visiting relatives in tho county Mr Dozier is greatly pleased with his adopted home but is delighted to be again among his old friends and acquaint ances Miss Ethel Carr of Lexington is the MPopeis tire daughter of Mr and Mrs F B mostbeautlfuiyoung PiggottArkHarvey Cobb and other relatives in the county Mr and Mrs Cobb attended aheartyMasonic Temple was the scene of two OneThursdayMadison Social Club and one Friday evening by tho fair association Music UJgimentBand TTurnertheMadisonhe had a most enjoyable time with the throfairNewMexicoWasGriggs Hohasin his newJiomp It is with deep regret that the serious flriLtainhIaxbCgomknown parentsMrSpeedwell road Her husband Lieut Jamaicahasan early date ir J OJtle vWttar r tativM 7rs Ky XT BII MM Kerry tj4es of Lex ei are vIshIg relatives here Miss Myrtle Gett has been visiting Mr Mt Mrs X L Tipteo of FJewfegs brg Miss Leila White Is visiting her cousin Mrs Neal Forbes at Valley View Mrs J E Steno and daughter of Lex incUm are the guests of her son Mr H Stone PiggottArkto Red House Mr Sim Hamilton and sons Bates and Jennings of Wisomantown were vtei ton here during the fair Mr andMrs R E Turley and son Robert were members of a house party which was entertained recently by Mrs Randa Bronaugh Nicholasvillo Mr and Mrs Will Paris spent the week end with Mrs Walker Covington at WacdV Mrs Faris expects to leave i n a few days for Oklahama and Texas to spend the remainder of the summer Miss Sarah Wagers entertained last Friday evening with a dinner party in honor of Mr and Mrs Willoughby J Wagers The house was beautifully decorated with cut flowers the color scheme of pink and green being carried out in the dining room Those present were Mrs C E Douglas Mr and Mrs Wagers Misses Mynno Wagers Matilda Douglas Bessie Turley Bettie French Mollie Fife and Mrs Dave Parrish of this city Mrs Jeptba Haggard of Winchester Mrs Wm Law of Pineville and Miss Mary Taylor and Mrs Walter Hendren of Nicholasville Miss Corinno Parront who is well frequentlyvidtedis enjoying a summer abroad with a Belmont Nashville party While aboard ship a concert was given for the benefit of the Orphan fccamcns fund and Miss Parrent gave a number or choice readings and made the hit of the evening notwithstanding the cast included several of the SothernMarlowe troupe and some noted Russian musicians Her exceptional talentjis recog nized everywhere and she is in demand as n reader Friends and relatives hero are watching her career with great in terestMiss Elizabeth Wagers entertained with a lovely party last Tuesday evening at the home of her parents and Mrs J Wm Wagers on Third street and Woodland avenue The large porches and yard were ablaze with Japanese lanterns and the guests includ ed the younger society set Delicious and cooling frappe was served on the front porch and during the hours cream and cakes wore served A feature of the evening was the flag contest which consisted in assigning to tho various countries their respective flags which were visible in different parts of the room Miss Wagers is one of Rich monds most attractive debutants and her party was one of the prettiest of the summer season Miss Anne Bennett Cohen has returned from a delightful visit to friends in Atlanta Ga In speaking of her visit the Atlanta Constitution says Miss Anne Bennett Cohen who is the attractive guest of Miss Helen McCullough will bo tho guest of honor at a number parties this week Tomorrow morning Miss Anne Patterson will entertain fifteen guests at a bowling party at the driving club in honor of Miss Cohen Thursday afternoon Miss Ferol Humphries will have as her guests at the box party at which she will entertain at the Lyric in Miss Cohens honor Miss Cohen Misses McCullough Elizabeth Tuller Adeline Wiseman of Kentucky and Mamie An sley Saturday afternoon Miss Helen McCullough will entertain at a matinee party for her guest II Have those photographs taken at once that are to be used in our Big Industrial Edition PANOLA Mr James Wills and family loft yesterday for the West where they will make their future home Rev James Parsons filled his regular appointment here Sunday A large crowd was present and two new mem bers wore admitted to tho church Mr Charles and Misses Nellie and Mayme Sharp are visiting relatives in Tennesee Miss Mayme will matriculate in school in that state this fall Miss LUBe Chrisman spent several days with Miss Alma Lake at Dreyfus last week Mr Coleman Boain and family and Mrs Richard Boain and children of Middl town Ohio are visiting Mr and Mrs Wm Boain Miss Grace Woolery visited in Irvine last week Miss Hazel Chrisman visited her grandparents Mr and Mrs J H Chrisman last Sunday No Drinking On Trains According to a now law which went into effect recently no persons are al lowed to take a drink of intoxicating liquor on a railroad train Conductors are given power to make arrests and turn the prisoners over to the authori ties of the county in which the offense was committed Must Have ClimaxTo Make Happiness Complete Messers T J Bayer and E H Wil son formerly of the Normal School this city aro now pleasantly located in St Louis Mo A letter from Mr Bayer sa SYou will please send The Rich moud Climax to E H Wilson Box 782 St Louis Mo Wilson and I lire pleasantly located hero and wish to hear all the news from Richmond and Madison county in order to increase our happiness and satisfaction Very truly yours J T Bayer Coal Business Changed Hands Mr T C Vaughn sold Wednesday interest in tire coal business of Broaddus Vaughn to Messrs Burnside Robin son anti hereafter the firm will be known as iv W Broaddus Co The new firm has taken possession of the business and we predict for them the byMessrsgentlemen associated with Mr Broaddus in this dealare among oar most pro gressive itflrd energetic business men and The Climax foresees for the new firm a very brilliant future Burnside Robinson will continue in the whosfo hay grain and feed bust ness at the eW stand but the retail coal ind cement business will be conducted at 135 Orchard Street We Have to Laugh when firsttime buyersat this niHrkst tell Uiito cut off a very small qiianlifcy because their families arer sueh8BMU meat eaters for we jknow onaa ny taste our wets tb jr will Wyer suffer fyoin tfuJi cowplnint again Try lis wM a order Wouldnt you rahei pay rm ithMt for medkaiw cc CUtTOKT50 Doapjr IfSLRBOnIAjc r J I r i tr i Ir yo I lA Buy A i Standard Rotary Sewing Ma enin e7lfyQ 1J Sri i i t Cash or Easy Payments LyMAN AND HIGGINS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon Main Street Headquarters for Sewing Machines and Suppliesall makes How To Manage It The following wise suggestion Too poor to take a home paper Well that is a distressing condition Buy a hen feed her crumbs and waste from the kitchen and she will lay eggs to pay for a years subscription then work her up into a pot pie and she will pay first cost so tho paper will be clear profit Repeat this process year after year meanwhile learn wisdom and cease to bo poor A high school boy at Cyclone City had some difficulty in composing a sentence in compliance with the order of the principal who had written tho word damper on the blackboard which was to be used in construction of a sentence After some deliberation the boy turned out something he thought would pass as follows Our teacher is damper UcularEx State Treasurery Farley has sent out notices to tho banks in Kentucky that warrants not marked interestbearing and of less than ro will bo paid on presentation at tire State Treasury office These notices wore sent out so that tire bankers can accept the warrents as cash An Advanced Step It is reported on good authority that the government proposes to take an advanced stop in the prosecution of trust offenders No longer will civil suits only be brought against these lawbreakers but tho government will institute criminal proceedings This conclusion is reached after the convic tion that tho law breakers are inclined to wink at civil prosecutions and are often glad to pay the fines and con tinue to violate the law It is beleived that if they are confined in jail or in the penitentiary they will think twice before continuing their law breaking careerJohn Robinson Coming There is certainly no traveling enter tainment in America perhaps in the world which presents exhibition so varied so attractive and so multitudinous as do the John Robinson Shows Since the days of Noah a more complete menagerie has never been seen Tradi tional poetic and enchanting scones never before equalled or witnessed in the gorgeous aronic display Every act in tho monster program is a revelation to tho beholder The finest specimens of horse flesh in tho world the highest aerialists in the circus profession the champion riders both male and lemnle the finest specimens of the cutest ponies in the world the grandest specialties over exhibited tho funniest clowns on earth are with the John Robinson Shows Almost every circus claims to a show that cannot be duplicated and an ag gregation of preformers the like of which cannot be brought together but the fact is that every circus of any con sequence has double force and a double equipmentThere really two circus troupes which have to travel about The leapers are liable to injury Asprained ankle will put one of tho best performers out and there must be a man to take his place Possibly the substitute will regularEven substitutesIt not generally known that the John Robinson Shows carry two complete large canvases In case one is mustbea performance entails a loss of from 10 000 to 20000 for expenses the matter becomes serious The big shows come here Thursday BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON KENTUCKY AUGUST 8th to 13th 6Big Days and Nights 6 1000 1000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE TwoYearOld I HighClass Harness 25000PREMIUMS Show in America of Every Class f of DAILY Fifty HerbertTrotNIAGARA Company For Address 700I Falls AND RETURN 875 TORONTOlJ875 MONTEAL Tuesday Aug 2ndVIA BIG FOUR ROUTEALWAYS THE BEST WAY TO GO C I Special Train Will Leave Central Union Station 430 p m REMEMBER The entire train of coaches Standard and Tourist Pullman Sleeping Cars will run through to Niagara Falls arriving there 730 next morning Make reservations now TICKERS GOOD TO RETURN 12 DAYS S Liberal StopQvcrs end Lake Trips Allowed Got tickets and information Fourth and Vine or write C C CLARK General Agent fagalls Building CINCINNATI O Have Your Photographs for the i Dig Industrial Edition MADENOW- McGaughey the Photographer Your Wife has much to do with your successor failure If shes thrifty your fprfuno is half made If you could see tjio 1largetentment in old ago To get the whplo UinformationState Bank Trust Go RemeInber 1 The Big Sale I ISATURDAY nHoe I- IThe Royal iJn 00 Comer SetondaIid Min 0 I Telepkone HOT WEATHER BARGAINS ttCLOTHINGVa r vv 20 OO Griffon Suits for men at 1498 1800 for men at 248 998Comethat we save you from 350 to 550 on every summer suit T Straw Hats for men All the New Shapes 375AllAll 1 50 Soft Straw Hats now 98 Shirts Mens Pongee Shirts in white tan and light MadeihplajU lrand turnback cuffs These 5hirts are regu lar 15 Ovalues Qui price 9Se Mens U Athletic Underwear Snirts without sleeves knee drawers Knit or Nainsook 25 cents each 3 Large Palrn Fans 5 cents 1 VHITEs1Cream THE GUARAHTEED THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC BtWAftC OF IMITATIONS THE GENUINE IRCPAHED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS MO Sold by HENRY L PERHY n n U Strayed From T IL Collins place on Muddy Creek a steer calf weighing about 400 pounds Information will be thankfully ecoivcd Rufus Sams A Millionaires BabyI attended by the highest priced baby specialist could not be cured of stomach or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby if you give it McGee Uady Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysen tary anti all derangements of the stomach or liowles Price 25c and 50c Sold by II Ii Perry jy 1m For Sale My house and lot adjoining ball park Applyto tf J A TODD For Rent- I desire to rent for the year 1911 rny farm at Runyan Grove Six or eight acres to go in tobacco about tho same in corn balance in grass Mrs Emma J Hubbard j13lt Phone 219 The Modern Home 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 fix tures affording absolute and perfect sanitation are a prime necessity tnudafd Ware because of its thoroughsani tary efficiency and unusual permanency makes an ideal equipment perpetuates home healthand makes your bathroom attractive and inviting Our plumbers are expert mechanics honest andreliable and we guarantee our work to be satisfactoryOrders for repair work given prompt attention Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Incorporated I Tennis Shoes We ha AC 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 puce 8c fl 500 Gauze Vests in regular 7 l2c Duality Hot weather price 4e We Sell and Guara- nteeWnnderhose for Men Women and Children August McCall Maga Childrens Half Hose zines 5c copy white with colored- R G Corsets1tops 10esetsMcCall Patterns 10 and Childrens Knit Waists 15 cents all sizes lOc Ladies Hose Ladies Black Silk Gauze Hose extra good 25c Pair E V ELDER WORMREMEUY JI T FERRIEU Real Estate Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky A Golden Wedding means that man and wife have lived to a good old ao and coi eequently have kept healthy The best way to keep healthy is to tee that your liver does its duty 305 days out of 305 The only way to do this is to keep Ballards Her biDe in the house and take it whenever your liver gets inactive 50c a bottle Sold by H L Perry jylm Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 2inly I Sheriffs Sale dirocttoinSavorI or one of my Deputies wilt on Monday August 1 1910 between the hours of 10 oclock A M inUichmonl1 bestbidlerlhe necessatocosts to wit 0980 and the costs hereof The Undivided Interest of Jeff Burns in 457 acres of land moreor less situated in the Ellislon Magis SiherCreek tilandSouthbyTltm1pikeBurns Terms Sale will be made on a credit npproedsccurit nodayeffect of a Sale Bond CJulyAn Experts Opinion Of Skin Dis cases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar experienceease to conquer as Eczema YctliO does not hesitate to recommend Zcmoas a most successful remedy for the trent ment of Eczema itching skin diseases aUIqua1iIthat it is clean liquid remedy for ostcr nalfaso A great improvement over the old stylo greasy salves and lotions which arc not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ lire that causes the disease Zemo draws tho germs to theI surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottlo of Zemo and a booklet allIto cure yoursat homo elf with Zemo tf LNV Will eiiWILLBEGIN HIS ANNUAL I Clearance Sale IOnSaturday July 9th The women of Richmond and vicinity who have attended our Clearance Sales know that we mean what we say and that everything in our store will be sold regardless of cost It is th time of the year when l cost or former prices are lost sight of it is our desire to everything in our house We haveh t MARKED All Our Agent q GOODS RMCUOUSLY WSff rafidwe want yOU to get as many of these bargains as you can because we rca lize theavrngs on everY purciase Come iv ry Qne wiiat we Offert 0 L The Ricbmond Climax miKHI EKRT WtHtlUT H THE 4Incorporated A Do MILLER EDITOR Mmber PUBtl6lERS lIJICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULY 27 1910 Question of Pool Will Be Put Up To Tobacco Growers Tkemselves At the meeting of tile Dis trict Board of the Burley tobacco society in Lexington this week the question of a pool for this years crop was decided b3 the passage of this resolution which puts the question directly up to the growers themselves To the Officers and Mem bers of the District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society Your committee to whom was referred the question taken up for reconsiueration would respectfully beg to submit the following report which we recommend as the proper action for this board r EIthat our success take such action on or before November 1 submit to the poolers of Tinnumber of acres of Burley tobacco pocled in the district and the number of acres planted and unpooled in said district and place upon them the poolers the responsibil ity of declaring a pool by a vote of the various oinand in the manner hereinafter suggested by the Burley Board of its committee ttionupon the question the numbelIof acres he has will be supplied with a ballot for that purpose After said vote is taken at the precinct the result will be reported immediately to the county Boardwhere a record of same will be made on the minutes of said county Board and the results tabulated and counted and reported to head quarters at Lexington The result of the entire district will then be ascertain ed at headquarters by care ful computation and count and the question of determin lug whether or not a pool shall be declared off or on shall be ascertained by this final court the majority of the votes to determine tne matter either for or against the pool Judge Smith Gave Interview to Newspaper Men at Lexington The Lexington Leader of Monday said Judge Virgil P Smith of Somerset accompanied by Mrs Smith and Miss Grace Smith came up from the Pulaski county capital Monday morning to participate in the Shrine initiation Judge Smith has been prominently mentioned as a democratic candidate for Congress in the eleventh to oppose the Republican nomi nee who will be either Don C Edwards or Caleb Powers The fight between these two is one of the fiercest in the history of the district Judge Smith has not yet indicated whether or not he will respond to the partys call or not but he is undoubt edly one of the strongest men in the district ITon P Wat Hardin of Williamsburg who dropped out of the political arena after his defeat by Goebel in the famous Hail convention has also been urged to make the race on the ncmocratic ticket but General Hardia is also on the propositionBad CoitlytIn thiscountry the average load drawn by one horse over level dirt roads is 1400 pounds and over hilly roads i QOO pounds laFrancesind Germany Where they have more improved roads the average toad for one horse is 3300 pounds This ic one of the reasons why bid roads increase Lbs cosfc pf produc inK farm eropa and U is a strong argumeat ia lavor of impng tedGou Bitan d 101II wool and will PIt Mtfttiw fee I t J4 Farm Notes Paris Kentuckian Hon CM Clay sold Thursday to Joseph Frakes 69 head of 1 00 pound export cattle at C 4 cents per poundvBourbon county farmers sold their bluegrass seed pool 25000 bushels to R HutchcraftandC S Brent Bro of Paris Price private Unpooled seed ias been selling t1bO At Owensboro fifty thousand bushels of wheat w eerebushel the purchaser to furnish sacks free and the wheat to be delivered at the railroad depot nearest the grow er The Versailles Sun says Threshing of the wheat cut before the rains was begun Monday Thomas P Neet threshed his crop of wheat grown on H M Guilders farm andobtained a yield of 26 12 bushel per acre The q goodjThesays Missouris champion cow that gives fifty quarts of milk a day on 65 cents worth of feed has been provided with an electric fan in its stall A feather bed should be made expressly for that cow Winchester Democrat arnest Allen bought this eek of G W and Ben Rainey twenty shoats half of them averaging 56 pounds and the other half weighing 77 pounds he price paid was 12 cents pound Mr Allen had a lot of wheat that could not be harvested and the hogs were bought to eat it Chris Gentry is mourning the loss of about 200 fine spring chickens which a mink or weasel cut the throat f at his home on the Huston yule pike Monday The marauder made his visit in the broad daylight and no trace of him could be found except the fryers were dead with their throats cut The strange thing about it is that the chickens were in a pen right at the house The quaking was heard and when he family investigated they were found dead but no sign of the assassin Lost A ladies dark green leather shopping bag with brass chain probably on Lancaster avenue Please return same to this office Do It Now Richmond People Should Not Wait Until It Is Too Late The nppalllngdea hratefrom kidney disease is due In most cases to the fact that the little kidney troubles are usu ally neglected until they become so rions The slight symptons give place to chronic disorders and the sufferer ROCS gradually into the grasp of dia betes dropsy Brights disease gravel or some other serious form of kidneyn complaint If you suffer from back ache head aches dizzy spell if the kidney secretions are irregular of pasage ant un delayHelpDoans Kidney Pills are especially for kidney ordersthey cure where others fail Over one hundred thousand people have recommended them Here is is one of many cases in this T Greene Holt St MtSterl ing Ky sayp I can corroborate the public statement I gave in May 1903 in favor of Doans Kidney Pills I can not tell how much good Doans Kidney Pills did me in fast I doubt it I would be alive were It not for thorn You t eayhatFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cis FosterMilburu Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the naroo Doans and take no other jylm High Priced Land The Interior Journal says Mr M J Farris Jr this morning bought approximately twentyfive acres of unim proved land from Mr J D Whitehousea mile from town on the Lancaster pike the consideration being 191 per acre The tract will be sur veyed this week The price Vas the highest ever paid in Boyle county for improved or unimproved land The next highest price laud was bought by Col James AShuttle worth from H D Stiles on the Lebanon pike when he paid 160 per acre for the handsomely improved Duke farm sOme months ago Farris will at once begin he erectjon of a bandsome cottage on the land He will also erecta large stock barn pelthecounty Mr Farris is large ly engaged in the stock busi ness aad wilt operate upon a much larger scale when his barn te epwptefedT Danville Advocate Lutr For saIC Bits IaIki4 fftIk IbI- s r ask pcfter MI ptM YMMMWO atlek Poplar talk Wills I A 811mur1 W t Hwn u 1111 KJI- r SarDPIe Helps i Frail Women SO Many women arc dragging out weary lives just because their diges Itive organs are weak The result is oor circulation nervousness and the verynnecessaryult theweltare13th knowath re8Uttat i3 orutedlea h and things ot that kind until you Y movingouregularly once or twice a dzy all your goodmildSrrup Pepsin for awhile and you will andtrflngerlve and work at stated times and willl3appearpills or salts but Just such a mUd andJllealanttalt1n remedy as Dr CaldwelliBTrup Pepsin You can obtain a bottle of your drug anditherwomenkeep themndy theoungest SoxnndlIendtie as they did and learn toT yourself Thatwillno doubt pleasedgive toonee of charge Explain your case in a detailororotherwisew a CaidwellltSOOCaJdeU STOCKTON SON Kentucky Fair Dates Berea August fj and Madisonviltc July IIJ5 days Henderson July 2G5 days Lancaster July 27J days Versailles August 34 days Danville August 33 days Lexington August 86 days Taylorsville August lldays Uniontown August 9 flays Harrodsburp August 01 days Yanceburg August lOdays Lawrenceburg August 1C4 days Shepherdsville August I7a days Uroadhcad August 17J days Ewing August 174 days Shelbyville August 234 days London August 234 days ysNlcholasvi1Je days Fern Creek August JOl days JJardinsburg August 308 days Barbourvillc August 312 days Florence September 63 days Monticello September 63 lays Hodgonville September liSclays Fulmouth September 2S1 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 126 days James Hunley Will buy or sell your bouse farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed Its poor policy to wait untill you have a fire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now Wo write the best policies tf Dan II Breck For Sale Barred Plymothrock and Leghorn eggs for sale 8100 per sotting of 15 eggs Al so African gooso eggs 50c a piece I can spare two or three pairs of geese UICE9mtfYou 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 Badges 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 Siper year J R PenningtonDentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ivy 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 Nothing is so Beautiful FOR SUMMER CLOTHING AS Hand Embroidery 0 Miss Eva Roberts carries everything new in patterns and supplies lien priccssro reasonable and work guaranteed Residence Firstst rear White t WiB sf drug store Eggs Eggs Eggs We Are to tke market let all the fresh clean eggs yeti can bring vs TIlls Is season for storing and we will pay yea the highest market prk e Gotl Bros Money to Loan ooGoodar111 Land- shorIweMn Mutoal Lttelii nKM Jtwill teen litlHHtYatSpet I4pC14I1MmIaM Apli to Jo Ch1t AUY s1 ItIehoIMtXr a For Sale Pitval two slo bofls Os s- Ck Th71 Ii tdbam H o ksovu the Resist ai II a B GJeeD1iiiIIt tf aui r Mowers and Rakes The 1 Walter A Wood A little the best Mower ever put on the market If you are interested come and take a look at the Mower that is not controlled by the Trust I Douglas Simmons Deattae 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 pile eczema salt rheum any itching Deans Ointment Your druggist sells it jylm SI suffered habitually from constipa tion Doans Regnleta relieved and strengthened the bowles so that they have been regular ever stnceA E Davis grocer Sulphur Springs Tex Some Specimens of Premiums OFFERED HY TIlE Madison County Fair Association July 20 2Jt 22 and 23 1910 Without Entrance or Deductions Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding Roadster Stallion Mare or Geld any ago 200 00in any arto 100 00Harness Stallion Mare or Geld 10000Saddlev3 years old or under 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 class premiums for Horses Mules and Jicks No Entrance No Deductions Fine Music by the First Regiment Band of Louisville The Best in Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store We gathered from everywhere good and well Today we 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 thabwill bo sure to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or look just as you pleaseand if you only look youre welcome L E LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street The most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather is Riccis Ice Cream PARLOR Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily Meals served any hour day or night- TilE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING Of course you want the best results To in sure success buy SEEDSfrom us We have every variety of the best brands all fresh new and clean You cant be too particular in selecting seed Come to us and you will make no mistake JAMES B PARKE ICASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET N ACW Quartersc TVe are established In our newquarters in the preparedthanyour UiIea Furs and Iron Fr Groceries aV1fes In 1 r1Jrman UrOoery J J FL cempauy J l cPk1 t4 Smart Clothes Epr Ladies and Misses j iy will be found in I Mrs JM Barlows 2 Readytowear Parlor in Building with Mr F 1 Yeagers Jewelry Store 218 West Main Street Comp inwlU bo glad to show you my now line of Ladies Readytowear in the r v Latest Styles and Materials iWhen you get my prices they will surprise you and youll come back again it S4 + t l IIiJ1 i Doctor for J Gas and Gasoline Enlinesl 1A ents for Johnson Best System of Water Works 1 for country and suburban homes l l 210 E Main Street Phone 619l RICHMOND KENTUCKY l G 40 40 + STUDIOWill be dosed July 11 to 6 to permit my attending the Photographers Association of America in Milwaukee McGAUGHLY The Photographer Hall the ud Spring Planting Time has now arrived and you should not delay planting an order for a Stylish TailoringEstlblishment to Order- Garments are always remarkably ow ing to caro and we use in cut ting and fitting Qeo MarischenOver Sextons Shoo Storo We do Cleaning and Pressing Tele 173 Something NewI- n My Line For You I have made preparations by putting in the necessary equipment to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimmingha- vemade this addition our many customers would appreciate Our ellbrls to take care of nil needed repairs for vehicles Bring your arriago buggy or wagon and have it repaired painted and trimmed and made good as new If you need now Rubber Tires on your old vehicle a porloc oh is guaranteed at this shop All work guaranteed both as to anT prices James Moores HERSCHEDE BOOK IT Bjrt1dayBook makes the choice a Teal pleasure It displays the moat elaborate JewelrySterling ThGiftHersckcde Clocks t I thbular belkf reproduce moue Whittington Wcttminitrr ftuneCatolov on requett Made distinctive tho skill believing workmanship A GIFT IWhoSILVERSMITHS JEWELERS GOLDSMITHS The Frank HerschedeCo Htndaede SleIg Fourth St Eat CINCINNATI OHIO Avoid Danger thetroublesdui that wellknown and successful remedy for wo men Thousands of women have used Cardui and ben benefited Why not yo1 Dont take rcliableofttriedremedy TAKE J It Will Help You Mn XnranUt Morgan Sneedrille TenD trite Pbn ton bzanyrnedIeevWwut rkIbPetupjen n Try it AS 1H DRUG JEITOSBS lL- i1 h 1 PubaleoLLotd f City Taxes rL will on Thursday July 21st 1010 be twoon the hours ofxmo anti two oclock in front of tlje City Iltttl door corner of first anilIrviiip Mrotin Jha City pt Richmond Kyj sell for cask for unpaid city tax bills penalty intcrstnndcotsf- or thoycar of 1009 the following parties property real estate or enough to pay the amount specified below if not pa J4 bolero said date T 0 ONoil City Tax Collector WHITE LIST for J9QO Anderson Joe aud Curkon 427 hush and White 13 48 Bush Joo 20 59- JJybec Malvina 1 0 82 4gCoatsUansdall Hollis 2O 59 Robert Daniel i L 7 21 Trowers Thou 11u 7 21 COLORDLIST r Hallow Gcorseu 1055 Bennett Cain 551 Breck Boll 11 81- Biggcrstatf Alice 511 Bronston Jake C 37 Burgin Martha hrsL 3 43 Burnam Jno Cu 5 11 Craig IIenryo C37 Campbell Elder 2 04 Chcnault Tobo iiT 079 Collins Sam Iz r 8 05 Crutcher Lizzie iO31DoJarnett Sarah l 5 11 Embry Julia5 11 Fife Maryu 427 Fife Martha 1 5 7- 7GUOOFL dgoLila- rris 18 50 Ben 7 20 Harris IIattioU 5 11 Hill Wyatt 037 Irvine Joo Sr 5 111 Jarman Robt Sr 888 Martin JnouIi ItMiller Chancy 2Cl Moss Alex8Ss Muncy Sa11l0UU 42l Palmer Jim Srh720 Phelps Williamucf 37 Phelps Maryhu 314 Pope Green hrs391 Shearer Jakenhn 344 Smith Scottn 14 70 Smith Ella 437 Tons Tom 3 05 Todd JosO 805 Turner Mattiou 5 nTye Win c 37 Turner Titia A 27 Winkfield Millie c 80 1O4WillisWhite Nbrcis a SO White no11an V 0 37 Yates Wm Buster g72 Yates Nannienn 5 11 Wool Dcatherage want your wool and Pricforsame YoU Hair- Contrary awayDontbrush and comb Feed it nourish it save it with Ayers Hair formulaThenhome on your head where it dressingKeepsPoet not change tile color ofthe hair A e a with each bottle Wit to your doctor Ithen wouldnotformulais dlndruffM d bytiieJ c l7e1 Co Lowell Jlati i Good Attrtioflt Tho battle of the Monitor and iC rri 1110 wentout in a red Jblaxo of glory aV tho lagoon KentUclvjs famous amuse ment resort across the riyer from Cia c nnatl Wednesday and there has succeeded an even more brilliant spee taclo Tho roprodution of tho Battle of Manila Bay Admiral Doweys world known triumph is on The roproduc Uon as that of the precedlngspcctaclo Is true to history Fortunately een- INaturenids for the moonlight that- enabled Dowoy1 to seo his way into tho fortified harbor with its channels filled with mines is thorp as plentiful acces sory The advance of tho American fleet past Corregidor IslamU tho creeping up on the suddenly awakened Spanish crews is woll and graphically done No detail ot the history of tho battle surprisQdII thcCSpauish forces that mischief was afoot Five times do Deweys ships pass in front of the Castilian foe live times do tho foo shower shot and shell into tho Americanships with illdirect ed aim Then comes the duels ship to ship then the sinking and retreat of the Spanish ships tho holocaust tho burning the destruction of tho pride of all Castile These naval battles tho first free attraction of their kind projected in an amusement park JormoolYI1 part pi the free attractions at the Lagoon There are free concerts in tho German Garden and on tim verandas of the famous clubhouse In the Garden too isv unique Hungarian musical specially and tho moving pictures on the lake front are in action every evening WILL tho air ship over amount to enough to pay for the many lives that aro being lost Jn an effort to perfect them Ruthton Mr and Mrs Chas Mooney from Round lull were guests of MrJanel Mrs henry Whitelast Saturday Mrs C M Crnse and Miss Nora Cruse recently visited Mrs John Cruso at Caleast Mrs Nelson Prowitt from Buckeye has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Lear Mrs Lena AVhittaker and little son Allen from Louisville are making an extended visit with relatives here Mrs J M Cotton is spending a few weeks at tho mineral springs in Indiana for the benefit of her health Mr Walter Wells is on the sick list J A Robinson who has bccn seri souly ill is getting along jiicoly Ills sister Mrs Morris Long from Danville is with him during his illness Miss Froua Williams has returned homo from Lexington wheVo she gradu ated in Bookkeeping and typewriting at tho Wilbur Smith Business College Miss Bertha Ham is teaching the summer and fall term at Iho Roberts schoolhouse For Sale I have several good building lolH for sale located on Lancaster and Breck Ave Location drainage cot the very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Any ono in terestei in purchase please call on the owner Mrs D M Bright or her sop Dr Bright if Lost s Last Sunday between the Christian church and home in the country a pearl Sunburst broach Diamondinihecon tor with pearls around Liberal reward for its return to this ofllco LOST On TIed louse or Union pike Sunday a babys white cloak Return toJ A McKcnsic Ida May Coal Co Richmond Ky tf MILL WORK INTERIOR TR- IMSLUIVIOERThe quality of everything you buy is guaranteed byus We spare no r effort in making our building mater ials the best Blanton=Congleton Lumber Co lucordoratcd Successors to Ed Blanton Co Near L A Depot Telephone 425 Ready for Business We havie received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries alsohiavodaiiyfirst class grocey Callaud inspectouroedsuidwo are voilident you will give us a share ofyour business Todd 3Telephone FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenueone of the most beautiful streets in Ricli raiond Ky and contains 3 rooms and hall upstairs and 4rooms hall kitchen pantry front and back porch a splendid ce11rwitk eoncrete floor welt drained Klcoat iKnwe stable and btber oufc buildings All the wodd jrovk Hiinteriorojf boue JndQmely dI For artitjulars call 1J = W JU CEAc ATTflSAQE WOQDL4ENUE RICHltONO KENTVeKY 5 V NOT W THE CIRCJJStRUSTn JOHN ROBINSON lOBig Shows RchlnolldJULY28Thursday Americas Oldest Richest OircusI A modernized studemlous realization of all that is great in the circus world Four rings westalllunited 1000 Men and Women 400 Horses Enormous Zoological Exhibit 30MALE AND FEMALE RIDERS 30 AND EVERY ONE A STAR The great DeMotts Roy OWcssnoy tho Ortons Miss Eunice Mamie Ashtou Miss Ella Hackett Sadie Connors 20 others equally expert and noted 6 GREAT AERIAL THRHLERS6The AVonderful DeComas the Lininger Trio the Reckless Japs the Glasscocks the DeBolien Bros Etc Etc OHSst Raac maDa suaa1IALLSRBQIMOST HF3 KE tCt Kt Hff PU8UC COMPLETE WILD WEST 50 Cowboys GO cowgirls 50 real blanket Indians Mexican horse Singaleseof faTicy drills FLYING MACHINE PROF ZINTONEO and his beuutifuL MONOPLANE on exhibition Daily at Circus Grounds r WARREN TRAVIS STRONGEST MAN LIVING 8Lowandas Eight Brazilian Riders8T- HE WORLDS GREATEST HORSEMEN 50 Clowns 100 Feature Acts 100 Gymnasts and Acrobats 10 Menagerie Acts 50 Aerialists ONLY ELEPHANT BRASS BAND r JHfXISTfHCEI 3ramoiis Herds ol Performing Elephants3 Including Glass oeks Woxtfcrlul Comedy Four GRAND CAMP OF THE NATIONS An entirely new and ifmciuo fevliire comprising lytndreils of strailgGjeople front thOL1IIkcoriernof tlia earth 5 00000 Free Street Parade PEREOKMANCES DAILY jWTDoors open at 1 00 antI T 00 piMrlu only Big Show not In pricestofscats peIty ret dn IUI PIae1ciSflntIMIIMdad WL tte ttest 1IIIri quotstio 0r11 eae by taw ot4iU talspbone ryiee DAJ bteAt4NVjJI Tanae1or inhirnatiin ref iue oqr i Paaera LIMn Tt lft prenutyIt anee Jy1 Jr tekpoit CIiM hnindlely MIipptLouiiiuEAST TBNNfiSSEB TELEP li c acor Zi jr vvv m rmr r f C JiS 7 f v l HOTYSURVEYOR solicits pntronage of thoso needing ser vices of a competent man Address mCIIMONDKElrUOKY R Emmett Million iillece to YergiD Deany DENTTST Over tale Ba JTrut Company TELEPHONE StTJLJVANir ATTOBHBYATIAIT HiSHMOND KENTUCKY fflce over State Bank Trust Co op oeite Court House on Hairy M Blanton J DENTIST Offlce Bennett Building j Bly TKLiPUONK 1M Dr C H Mainhart Graduate RIcKllHpp Veterlnaij Ccllege of CblRieo Ill Veterinary Surgeon Office at J It Azbills Stable Office Phono 00 Res Phone 53S f Richmond Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephonj 267 Office in Oldham Building 0lat D M OHENA1JLT- ATTORNEYSATLAW tICUMOND1 KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chess alts grocery Feel languid weak rundowii headache Stomach trJust n a plain case of fazy liver Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach promotesdfceBtiton purifies th eblood Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden Flora I wish to announce to the public that I have on hand a handsome lino of monuments and gravo markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 32tf O II PIGO Assignee Cheapest accident insurance Dr Thomas Elcctic Oil Stops the pain and heals tho wound All drunKsta sell It jy Ini Travelers Madison National Bank sells Travel ers checks issued by First National Bank of Chicago Good tho world over jnel5tf For Sale Fifteen male Duroo shoats weigh about 85 pounds Vm Park R F D No4 Richmond Ky j15 4t The wiso man carries both lifo and fire insuraQco Dan II Brook has the best police tf fOI5hMflCOJlfOHTI COOK WIThAS CHEAPEST SAFEST cLEANsT QUICKEST WAY- Richmond Water Light GoI- ncorporated BeefCIObsFarIlerS Butchers ci jNOTICE c I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also b Wool e Will treat you right i Ring phone 36i3 t M WIPES L4KENTUCKYRICHMOND Ifli k u t- t I t Good Things to Eat I TbaW all wccartY fSSJX a I ccy tpiezikeurarora klike I and a qualit abSolutel ilependable- Rvery I product that cniera I must examination Rach article Is chosen from many I ij- tssupcrlorznt brando offered because it bas proved an petes for preference none gniDsa place on our faits to measure up to our blgh Iand of quality I t of the snccwsful contest for representation In our line Is ELECTA 1ICOFFEE i asmooth Ifof selected highland grownbcanstheI iaatkefactoicest- v The Electa process of slow ooktag and drycuring preserves the genuine coffee tvSavor toprovea note so re ofIn finestluaUtysatlsfation that inthe IICtwould make more Iilselfother coueeJ it with ant 1 er drink before Youll like the rousing savor end the notiOnS aroma I I T ate and S Ofl- I AIt I tfN Telephone 35 t Iwj When You See J c t tiYourself v in ono or moro articles of JQWolr Aibought hero you haven right tgboprqudj of your appearance For while quality is a prime consideration with us artistic beauty is equally insisted upon t That f is why you should select your jewelry LItjiis store You get what looks as goo1t as it is and is as good as it looks f iii 4 F J YEAGEIMAIN STREET r UICIIMOND KENTUGES I J 1Youyourself or horses with the vCi fJjr Riding Cultivator r 4I1 t THE GENUINE Walking Brown Cultivate nte Jwill last lOnger and do better work than any WIL ing Cultivator on the market I i Call and let us show you why 2i f D B Shackelford Ci f I a J Sterling Clothesj i 41CLOTHES vhC 4 1 Bench Tailored t Wear Guaranteed not t Shriiik or Fade 7 f 50 years experience thes factory guarantee Inf sultst allsizes 1 froinrl smallest to stotfinm r FineL1neTewSLyHats 3f Md Furnishing Goods 8tb Umbrei1ete I class pjpckls 41 jmBi StouffeC Oldest EgabI1hed iothb and Talio Houaela Rill 11 WII ir y s r f r il Oh The Solid Comfort 1 Tin a arm aresimplyMission style if you like it All other kinds as wellAll kinds of cushions too Suitablef for den librarynor living room as you prefer Have a look andJ youwilthave oneofIse chairs tJ I I YBENNETT and HIGGINS UNDER AKIN j BuyingYour is risky businessrisky to your pocketbook Its no idle dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Save money by lotting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have the exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that youhavepossiblyleas Fell Weigh or Coal Forfei- tedWWBroaddasCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out dud want your goods to bring in they are worth getiJ W Shearer White Hall Ky on duct vour sale His purges are reasonable Ice cream in any quantity at Riccis Wanted Boarders or roomers at 248 Collins Street 5 t Lost Somewhere on the Lancaster pike about thrco miles from town a white pique bady coat with embroiders collar Return to this oflico INotice Of Pardon Notice is hereby given that application will be made torn pardon for S B Ooooh who was sentenced to the penitentiary at the May term 1910 of the Madison Circuit Court charged with house bcaking Jennings Maupin 2x Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ers Hair Dressing Parlor Como in and have your hair dressed in the newest style braids and pugs made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store on Main street Office phone 515 residence 202 0 Mo Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr Perry the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recom mended for Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zomo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured in your own home without an inconven ience or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation if WAKE UP Dont wait until the very last to lay in your fall and winter supply of CoalVe have the Celebrated Rich Mountain Jeliicp Goal and pct es are no higher poBsiblf Lessthan you will find elsewhere A trial orderV will he appreciated will be oonrinced that Jhis Ji tl1WUtE S1H1ThorpeCv tkiy Oets Straw ASPEN AVBFUB Phone IW r Ij Around j1 Try Kiccis ice cream tfl IndustrialEdition j Save your laundry coupons for the P A C Infirmary I Look up those cuts you wish used in our Big Industrial Edition Mr W C Gormloy won the 225 pace at the sit Sterling fair with his mare Mary Maupin best time 219 13 Cholera is spreading over the Russian Empire with startling rapidity and there are grave fears that it will spread over the entire world Dr L R Henry formerly of Union SaturdayfromMiddletown for which he paid 500 Mr P B Broaddus sold Wcdnesda toMrs M J Hackett his two stor residence on Broadway price 4800 possesion given at once Ninetyfive per cent of the businesi and professional people will bo represented in our Big Industrial Edition and you desire to be with the majority and aid in boosting Richmond dont you There has been paid into the Treas wry W 145099 on account of the cor poration tax Of the remainder due 322000 about one half has been abated or is in dispute From an historical illustrative biographical standpoint our Big Indus trial Edition will bo the finest publication over attempted in this section of Kentucky We have yet to hear of a family that suffered or of a boy that has been imprisoned or of a man that has been anytho less a man for drinking pure water Valley View Argent The rawest deal of the season was handed the Pioneers by the ivory znani pulator in Wednesdays game at the park It was really so disgusting that many spectators left the grounds after the first inning While the Lexington boys wore dished out decisions as if made to order in Wednesdays game at the park they too displayed signs of disgust at the unfairness of the umpire who was the poorest over Get ready this week to have photographs taken of yourself your place of business or your residence tram which cuts are to bo made for our Big Industrial Edition McGaughy the photographer will see you and arrange for the work Be a worker in the interest of Rich mond and do all in your power to aid us in making our Big Industrial Edition the finest over published in Kentucky Your help will mean much for the outside world will judge our city largely from this edition One fine organ for sale cheap Call at once Need the room J R McKinney 3U Third St Smoke Cuban Club JOc Cuban Star 5c Carpenter Morton Roofing is made of wool felt saturated with boiling asphalt and then treated with a special waterproof compound so that it is not affect ed by heat or cold It can be put on the steepest roof without fear of its running and is almost everlasting in its wearing duality Ask BlantonCongelton Lum bpr C- oLeg Broken By Mule Kick Richard tho twelve year old son of Mr Shelby Jett was kicked bya mule lastweek and had his leg broken below the knee Sweep Out Sale Elsewhere in this issue will be found the advertisement of Rice k Arnolds big sweepout sale which will commence Saturday Our readers will do well to pay attention to this sale Election Set For Nex Year The petition filed in the County Cour by the wets was passed upon Friday by JwJge Shackelford It was the desire of the petitioners held the elec tieR la September of thiyearbl1t by agreement of the attorneys far both sides the date for the olectkw was set for March 31911EAttention Wet to use in04lr Big Industrial Edition HK of all the peelers Intit ettyas well as of the chureh ediMN HY JlhaveACu- toli your church oc pbotogrspJiK kadb bring them to the CiiKax Jjaloe a6eee Ityou have MkkKiteeMO deagbsy tt181ihotograpker aH8ytlake ttipl t riKi Notice erebr tlbare wUIawarOIItx x- tpL0tlltoptil OeMaty tPlt Il ip s110 0 MdnhY KAAyi dst14 it be ooar Haan at J oleiMk p a ETerjbadyliUjiilll 1a the pooling of the 1910 cfoyT 1aUM to be proeeatu n Jesse Cobb Chairman Madiwa Coiinty Bvttt CttMtoL rl Clearance Prices o- n111ens SuitsWe offer choice of all our finest for 1750These suits are the famous Kenton Hand Made Specials thaMor merly sold for 2250 and 2500CcChoice of all J 800 and 2000 grades for I y SI4 SO This seasons newest styles perfect fitting and fine v Your pick of a1I1S00tJ6oo and 1700 grades for VVTVY115O J cvOf j f vJ All 1250 and 1400 Suits for f E 950Y1 f And all 1000 and 1100 grades for r 7 50cCut Prices mean just what they say in as 7 one price store W W BROADDUS COSOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED The Best Coal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W BROADDUS CO Telephone 1 10 1 35 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Wool Pool Sold The Kentucky Wool Growers Associa tion sold its pool of this years wool crop comprising from 125000 to 200000 pounds to a Louisville firm the price being 2517 cents per pound for the first grade 21 cents for second grade and 15 cents for third grade Destroyed By Fire The large stock barn belonging to Jeff Hale on the Speedwell pike five miles from Richmond was destroyed by fire last Tuesday night Mr Hale dis covered the fire about eight oclock and hasno idea to the origin of the conflagra tion In addition to the barn forty bar rels of corn hay and machinery were destroyed entailing a loss of about 500 with no insurance Can you afford from any view point to allow our Big Industrial Edition of about twelve to fifteen thousand copies to be sent broadcast throughout the country without yourself being represented Cheaper Books When the County Board of Educa tion selected for the pupils of the County High School who might attend the City High School the same books as will bemused by the other pupils of the High School the Board secured from the publishers guaranteed prices for these books which are much lower than the catalogue prices and the city students will thus be enabled lo save nearly onefourth two cost of these books which will be of fcwterial ml vantage to the citystudents as well as those treat tke oountry Are you a subscriber to pur Big In dustrial JMitkwT Runaway Horse 1Vhlkulmtcaewl1 Third street Tues dy afteraMB a k rw drfvsaijr Iles ltayburnJr beeaaae frlgKt ed at thee aaiM l turned tato North street the horse awl buggy osHkUd itkthepoo turnlnglbothyehi Mr McKefljrfesaa baby lets oocapan- lit xhe eartXjj JUybuni wcaj Ml without a brake notwithstanding he was did ecnwifflubj dfeUnce in die ovettWoed 1tIiIIIfJ 1 ooo Jit u itTrflr tfnpfl d aWfeMuta pIt ja1tlDwtlW that ht aa err Mil fcoM 9 nine wiUV omo one ewifht MM jM tMRMd bores 6w Owinr to Fair week rye ire s pat bee k a llttls i4 the work an oar Big Indube trial Bdition but the rafter xplaiacd to cvcrj ody vttklK Uw uoxt tawdye n i I Base Ball Games at Richmond July 27 and 28 Frankfort July 29 and 30 Shelbyville August J and 2 Shelbyville August 4 Lexington postponed game Games at 330 p m Admission 25c Pioneers Playing Fine Ball Take Six Straight Games Won Lost Pert ParIsu4r tai 617 35 33 514 5141Loximrt Sholbyvillo24 40 343 Purls Defeated In one of the most exciting and interesting games soon here Paris met defeat 4 to 3 Whittakcrs double in the tenth after two were down and Maloaey had reached first on Maxwells error decided the contest The game was full of brilliant plays notwithstanding Paris had seven errors Rlch dl1 00 6 100 01t Paris00020001003Batteries Paris SheB b and Hicks Parts Skat Oat Parts not isteatin second atMllMt game ef DM 8fte bywsere to 8 Pnete wasea the for the vis tonafIot rwaikiagaanother w was followed by manswiU Move and TUforiis single on which sli6ktoe adored This pet UM reeoidgoukto1rH 4 51 78 j- K hA oad aJl 10 f 1 x ri jO OOtO te 0f t l8Df hllbitadl8 ParIII HouI Plotaeta cliet w Ifealaa TIN Pteecn aetto ed tb ir wlwiiaf streak RaMrdajr afternoon by drtuithd the ctaBpteB from Winchester ja rut avm wetting game t tot Black pfcobeabewttlfmHy only safteriq one tad ioaiac of baaohed kits error g bcbind his cawing ono run AIM eoa 0 f F was relieved by Knox in the eighth with two on bases and no outs He retiredthe side safely and was invincible afterwardsRichmond0 0100100 x2Winchester 00001000Batteries Richmond Allison Knox Winchester Black and Kircher Pleaeers Wla Doable Reader From Frankfort A special from Frankfort Sunday says Richmond took two games from Frankfort this afternoon Creager pitch Ing both games for Richmond while the Lawmakers used three pitchers The first game was lost by the score 2to 1 and the second by score 7 tot Yerkes pitched the first game and was very effective ad ia the serene game after pitching four Innings Mcllvaine retired in favor of Crutcher because his arm was sore and CrHtcher was just to the likingof the visitors Creagerhowever- was the beet as he pitched eighteen innings allowing the Lawmakers bat tea hits and a total of three scores The feature of theJirat game was the work of both pitchers as neither gave a base BB balls and had perfect control IcxlagteB C RIeame a 3 Lexington turned the tables OH dh- ePnsere Wednesday afteraeea and wen B te 3 The visitors su eee4 d IB geUtef fear ntnc acrossin first inning a lead the PWoMK were Mver able to y raoite The tomta w re full of fi xr and were zndiMll redwing jmiwl witil the eigUt with two men down Tfhiykcr dnpp 4 a high My which wad followed by a hoes run by Taney netting two S WM afUr which the Pioneers wer ate aWe to score Umpu Sihx- glade lllI adrift appearance o the ioo- edtArodned WM coojiMcrtd ity a taimajofitf ef tan MM oomptet faJhJf hi Wilt esiwoity egos otlO oiideM wwtK Mjent Oj t uuwy IOTOTB of Sb i4aetithe park before tb gaate we hr ibeerorebyoninp OSIt meaao 1 02 06 0 0 tba 1l000000f 04B- tttextM Lexington Kline awl lOaYbiaa aot K lf li Richmond Afflao attd Bgia r T Clearance Prices o- nPantsOddFew tailors can equal the fit of our finer pants All greatly reduced 600 650 700 I Prices On You can afford the boy a new suit at these prices for 550 650 for 475 500 for 395 400 for 295 Boys PriceBig lot Boys lEE 79c Defeat Shelbyville The Pioneers defeated Monday the Shelbyville team 4 to 2 This made the sixth straight victory for the Richmond nineThe features of the game were the hitting or Whittaker Bramlage and Tilford for Richmond The fielding ofBaird and Olson Score by Innings Richmond 000020 101- Sholbyville0 00002000 2 Balls aad Strikes The Pioneers are certainly playing classy ball Four games this week Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday Games called at 330 That double header Sunday put the Pioneers in the fighting Watch us go where we belong to tho top JBacksJpp Elgin is putting up the game of his life It interesting to see him handle the pitchers when inclined to be nervous Sandman fe Seeepting everything at first and has improved a hundred per cent during the past two weeks Ho is now the best first baseman in the1 Baird is playing star ball at second and is rapidly recovering his butting eyeOlson is decidedly the best shortstop in the league and is at all times In the me either atbat or fielding his poi Uo Qr reliable Pap Whittaker to aim yajijging the pelletaad k taking BHidoif everything that haters left gar doeMeaiigerMaieaey has certainly late ed his batting average daring the past aad aewptod all ebaacesja ceBterfieW without H error The wlr balU that g54 by rightSeM Ilre tboMi tbat goever tlra f ww lrgrineerpenaika bell te strike leadwteMr p41 d a feeble headerP- tsnatfoeE at Sleiaie4 salwoo bealu- I d+ n k 1 + 1aMZawutbeatenOr hand typs b dell aiag tits Oeda in rwtl y taa tnudloa Htovwkte iatardmy a tom aNb the ltaat4ua we epprrl na fe Ik batti anwad the tiuw two lrrd ttttltit Allison is pitching beautiful ball but has been very unfortunate having lost a majority of his games Ho will be a prominent figure in winner of the 1910 pennant for Richmond Snake Wills has more games to his credit than any pitcher on the local DlostEverybody root the days for croakers has past and encourage the boys in their fight for the nag Captures Mooshiners Maysbroughtmoonshiners captured on Happy Top DeputyMaysand later secured evidence sufficient to justify the arrest of tho following men who were brought to this city Melvin Rose Major Tackett W M Lynch and Owen Rawlins Tackett and Rose were given preliminary hearing Wednesday before Comissloner W C Bennett and hold over to the November term of Fed eral court They furnished bail for their appearance and were released Rawlinsand Lynch will have their hearing this week Did you over realize that every dollar you spend for the general good of the city you live in you get back either directly or indirectly with compound interest This is why ninetyfive per cent of our business and professional people are interested in our Big Indus trial Edition News has reached hero of the death last week of Mrs Socia V Underwood which occurred at her homo in Corbin Deceased was n life long member of tho Christian church She is survived by hat husband and the following brothers and sisters Messrs J D and J E Mitchell and Miss Maggio Mitchell and Mrs Nannie Martin of this city Her remains wore brought to this city for interment Common School Commencement The commencement exercises of the common schools of Madison county were held at the teachers institute in Cal i well High school building last Wednes day Supt Noland presented diplomas to nineteen The address to the graduatedwas delivered by Mr A N Whitlock Mr Whitlock was follow ed byjSapt Coates and President Crabbw who made short addresses Tho music for uhe occasion was rendered by Misses Mary Traynor and Hariam Noland Change Time The C and O time tablo effective July2tihsbows their No 27 leaving Winchester daily except Sunday at 722 a m thereby making connection with L and N No 10 No 27 runs to Lexington arriving there at 800 paaseegers for Frankfort Louisville and intermediate stations can leave Lexirig teaofiL add N train No 17 at 825 a TrainNe10 Is our train which leaves Richmond at82 5 a m A New Rullhigr T Mbtokstrepreseatatveof State Auditor James has beea here for the- Paetweek looking up ioheti4tUquent tai lirt for the past IS years I1eM Uwt seder a recent ruling of the Couit isIboadvertise and sell all found deiiagtteat saidjte MDfkmvedto give fa y to tee wn w The mottof fire iWioquwtt UXM discs hay been kf afbipMl sale of Mi prBfirty atth CUlo8edoarc t State M e mtiit UM pifrenaar at t1N anonot dtM foe tauws but to deed war ever es oau4 bJaa7oMwtMne property k wW now a deed ot eoaveyaec wiU be agate by uState Attdltor sad tM lazes dm U Stile fwd ewoty win be paW oat of the wk priW orptaws News 495 11 175KClearance Boys Suits PantsHalf 50c50cStraw Hatspricesfgfar BANKSTHE dltllattlg Estill Springs Letter thoIseason Things have begun in earnest and those who go the paces jump from gametowith the rapidity and tho agility of the flea of Hibernian descent But tho best of the weeks offering was a play given on Wednesday oven ing last It was melodrama in concen trated tabloid It was howling farce in tho ten twenty and thirty cent shows JacquelinoElhvanger who also essayed the leading feminine parts It was on tho worst blood and thunder order possible and the beauti ful ball room which has a well adapted stage was used for the event This was enjoyed by the guests and townspeople who for a brief season sat through tho thrills and hair raising were but three acts and not one of the following In the cast lived at tho close of tho drama The following program with cast was printed and hung in conspicuous places in the hotel Nellies Mistake Or Tho Curse of Drink Nellie Gray Loves Plaything Moro to be pitied than censured uuJacquelino Ellwanger Silas Gray The father of Nellie his only joy George C Cross John HowardNellies loverPoor EmbryOswaldAllen Locke Constance Clavering Who forgets not EmbryLittlefathers 10vouMarjorio Embry Act 1 Scene Rocky Farm Child hoods Happy Homo The Clouds gather Act 2 Scene 1 A Now York Tenement Depicting Nellies poverty The Storm BreaksAct Scene 1 The Old Home Return of tho Prodigal daughter Deaths Triumph An audience of over an hundred people were thoroughly convinced that the Plays the Thing- A delightful launch party was given for Miss Jacqueline Ellwanger on last Friday by Judge Adams of Breathitt county In tho party weo Miss Embry ot Louisville Mrs IJernlon Mr Lane Mr Maincs Mrs Trueman Mr True man Mr Cecil Embry Miss Rodman and guest Miss NoursMiss Downs of Louisville Mr Locke Mrs Heiiry Embry Mr George C Cross Mrs Rodman Judge Adams Mrs Elhvangor and the guest of honor Tho trip was made to Lock Ko1a just completed and a delicious lunch eon served Interest just now is unabated in the coming Tennis Tournament Tho various prizes have arrived and look moat tempting in the showcase of the I hotel office slIvertrimmingsable person for second prize The fistprize cost over a hundred dollars and as evidenced by the number of contest ants is well worth trying for There is to bo a Croquet Tournament also next week and there is much scrapping going on under my window as I write Mrs A C Van Winkle of Frankfort Thursday forLouisville cityMrVersailleswith Judge Jerry Sullivan of Richmond duringthis yesterdayJerooBSellersHagcr and Miss Hager of Nashville Tcnn Ella Hutchison Ellwanger Normal Commencement The annual commencement of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal closed last Friday night after a week of inter follownrlargowere awarded by Dean Roark Otha Valley Jones LongEdith Edna Moneyhon Libbie Anna Morgan MullikinJames McDougloBarbara NeacoBertha QuailsEdgar t Elizabeth Lowry Scott Lowell Emerson Sharon Robert Sheriff Mice Jones Sasser ScovilleSallieJoshua Tye TartarCatherine Arnold Henry Webb BradfordDavid Eunice Baker BakerIsaac BergmeyerThomas Lula Niel Cox Edward Franklin Cundiff Mary Leo Colyer CampbellWilliam Allen Lacy Davis EvansLelia Roscoo C Ferguson FergusonEvert ABcssioGeorge Douglas Hamilton Jennie Houchins Corn Leo Ilylton John Sherman Irvine yourlaundry The Conscientious Responsibility IWhich is entailed with the prescriptiOnsIS thisimportsntbrancbofpurbusinewThautm08t care and intelligent skill is always exercised with any entrusted to our care and you can always hare the assurance that rPhyaieias orders = wilt be rictly tkrt IH LPl A RY f 75 MAIN ST n r a ilZ x a r i r f t1 T rr P g L1T S Of Shoes flats and Mens Furnishings i Beginning Saturday July 30 at 9 A My I And Continuing for Thirteen Sale Days we will offer our entire stock at the following greatly reduced prices FOR CASH Mens Fine Oxfords 000 Stacy Adams cut to 439 550 Stacy Adams cut toi 379 500 Stacy Adams black and tan cut to V 359 400 Swell Shod black and tan cut to M 299 350 Swell Shod black and tan cut to 259 350 W L Douglas black and tan cut to 259 300a u u 229 250u cI u a 179 200 Mens and Boys black and tan cut to 159 Boys youths and little gents Low Cut Shoes almost at your own price SUIT CASES TRAVELING AND UMBRELLAS AT CUT PRICES Mens Hats 500 John B Stetson cut to399400 John B Stetson cut to 319 300 Hats cut to 229 250 Hats cut to 179 200 Hats cut to H 159 See our special tables of Bargain Hats 1 2 and 53 values for 79 Great Reduction on Gloves Hosiery Suspenders and Neckwear all nice fresh goods lbI A SweepClean du mi xi i t+ ia in Lumber Lath Shingles Doors i ti Sash If so seer f fJ1 1niAtd D KCIMA i Mints Shoesx A v W W prices BAGS Mens Shirts Shirts cut v 7 JH kl Shirts to i i7950 cut v 39 See our line of Mens Shirts Sale price 39 Cheaper than you could goods Dont or expect goods to be charged at these prices No goods charged except at regular price I Earned Men are Saving Dollars Getting just Suit for this timeof too for the bal ance of the and fall never suits again like these for such little prices the looking welldressed and have and new suit next Spring 1500 1800 Suits 1275 2000 2250 Suits 1575 2500 2800 Suits 1975 3000 3500 Suits 2575 We are still making cut prices all close up andall spring and goods before our fall season begins Our stocks have been replenished with many new novelties and desirable stuff for your outing troussau Goods bought reduced prices by and extremely low prices will be named on them for your If need anything in Mens Ladies Childrens Low Shoes in ankle strap and ties Call and see uswe have all the new things in novelties neckwear hosiery wash fabrics etc You can money by buying from us in and get posted Repectfully lc1iri f Etc J i Jt1 Cot J yearSuits buy season departments us Fine SGPO Stacy Adams out to 0479 550 Stacy Adains cut 439 400 Shod cut to O 319 350 L Douglas cut to 279 300 W L Douglas cut to 2491 250 L Douglas cut to 199 200 cut to 169 t Boys and Youths Shoes at cut 200 to 5159 15Q Shirts cut to 100 cut Shirts to 50c Work buy the ask the the right summer early Youll Finish almost and and and and in to summer at benefit you and pumps ribbon save Come to Swell Shoes tF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down the throat of gapintf chicken destroys the wona and ayes the cMcki IM A few drops to the illhlhl water cares and PR Y NTSDIS EA8aP- OIthe tmDt Gf White DlertboesleeMeks and BIackJteAd and ottLerdSeaee III tv- IItIKIlIi PoIlUY CUE KASaOEQtlAI OneZec baltematces 12 fnMeoeer medkta- eIroaSALE 1n- HE RY 1u PERil ttaittagd Yy K w te Mens 100 Garments cut to 79c 50 Garments cut to 39c 25 Garments cut to 19c of all 4 Reduced Prices WeGuaranteeEverYltemt o be r Sold as Advertised L Richmond Ky IN0e OLDHAM AND COMPANY treARE t fToddEdwardsLuniber 1 ONE ROP a r u Underwear Handkerchiefs kindsatGreat- ly f0 r IBallar dr s Snow Linimentzoo Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Old Sores Bruises etc Give it a Tri land Convinced Three Sizes Price 25 50c and 200 BLLAKD SNOW LIHiPIENT CO F BALIARB Proprietor ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold nncirz commoncJe cl tay g irfyl- Lfl L Thrift and Economy him as ho appears comfortable and contented in his old ago Slack times sickness or misfortune have slight terrors because ho knows he has money where ho can get tit as ho needs it Hoandhis family are protected against wa- nt5tate Trust Co 130 C I 130 Lack y Coiyer Telephone 282 We will on Oct 1st 1910 give away one ful 100Alsoand open rolled Bridal valued at 30 legitimateJtclearlyestablishes will give to each and every purchaser a ticket for every 10 worth M trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in our line ofa liberal discount below the customary prices This offer will save you moneyshen you call you money before you go put gee our circulars for full expla nation plentyof them atur office IlReadCaretu the des1 iQS irorsa collars J t f Bail Bands Farm Ulind Jlridalsi Hidin Bridals rct Rrpak Harness Drive ilarnoss- burroyiIarucas o r Uuggy PadsC qtc Houglilon Buggicst Columbus Bucgics c 4 llu ftjR LSe1Bu t ifauffmAn Buggies A Mo SATURDAYJULYsO Rice and rlloiUTiIa- inst SALEA you- T f BuggiesllroakWagons Surreys tliobcsV put on reasbnablb 5 classJlrsdVShCsingXrthe best u gy lligh Class your quickly repaired d BUcksmlUiing cofipkte any job hi V aext1y xeprtrect aM v tke e f Send otiCVehcle for Patnti naijj fi E Y 4 J ba t I fi rjn o tl 4 Fine Shoes Oxfords and Slippers 400 Suede and Pumps cut to 319 350 Suede ankle and instep Pumps cut to v 279 350 Patent Pumps and cut to 279 300 249 9f1oJU9oJ1 19iLadies 350 Shoes to 279 Ladies 300 Shoes to 249 Ladies 250 Shoes cut to 199 Ladies 200 Shoes H 169 at 9 A M and Ends August at 1030 PM In to perfect our for this sale our store will be closed day July is an you afford to miss V z Positively Cures Back Wounds Sprains be JAMES PERRY made Bank inandmake Road and Ilulibertior lUickand r 4rirbt trimmer Painting Binders and mowers Ood alsoe f8n lllU1i Repairs Ladies Oxfords Oxfords cut cut Hr cut to Starved To Death is what could truthfully be said of many children who die They have worms poor little thingsthey dont know it and you dont realize it If your child is cross fretful pasty com plexioued and loses weight for no ap parent reason give it Whites Cream Vermifuge you will be surprised at Got Mixed It wasnt a Missouri editor but a printers devil who was going through his first experience on making up forms Tho paper was lato and tho boy got tho gallics mixed The first part of tho obituary nolico of a pecu uious citizen had boon dumped in the forms and tho next handful of type cams off of a galley describing a recent fire It read liko this Tho pall bearers lowered tho body to tho grave and itwas consigned to tho flames there wero few if any regrets for tho told wreck had been aa eyesore to the town foryearsl or course there was indivi dual loss but that was fully covered with insurance Tho widow thinks the cditpr wroto tho obituary that way because the lamented partner of her joys and sorrows owed him five years subscriptionEx A Contended Woman It always found in the came house with Ballard s Snow Liniment It keeps every menibar of the family free from aches and pains it heals cuts b rnsandsealdsandcures rheumatism neuritKia lambago and all muscular jorness an1 stillness 25e50c and 3100 a bottle Syld by H L Perry jylm Consumers Pay It Tobacco manufacturers in Cincinnati say that tho result of tho now internal revenue tax on chewing and smoking tobacco will bo paid by the consumers They say Jhat tho law will result in smaller cuts of chewing tobacco and smaller packages of smoking tobacco At midnight Juno 30lh tho tax went onto all tobaccos On chewing tobacco it is from to 8 cents a pound and on cigarettes it is increased 21 and SO cents according to their weight per thousand While tho consumer here toforo received an ounce and twothirds for his nickel ho will in the future re cuivonnounco and a half and tho three and onothirrt ounce packages wilFbe cut to throe ounces said ono manu facturer Ex How to Cure Eczema Pimples and AVo desire to say that when we took theagency fori KMO wo were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for EJc7oinapImplcs dandruff Yet we farleKcccfor skin discuses Wo are pleased to state that wo shall continuo tho agency as Xcmo has given splendid results wjujrpvpr recomsipnUcd Our custosurc like Zemo too because ills a cl- vegetableaiquid for oxtermal use Xciiw etifeets k cures by lrawngto thesurfaeeetgte t kin MK dwtroyioir the germ Ill thei t tlseithe disease Imv ItcicNlaDotused tnety Ojifutie v s l e kMt Weglrs a book letaa i TM upieiaiag in sI eo 1fdariO4Il 9 feme l i lli The J9JO Pool The Georgetown News says We attended the meeting of the District Board for two days Lexington last week The was not only represented by the members of the Board but nearly every county was represented by from one to five growers We wished that every grower in Scott county could have been at this The sentiment expressed by each in dividual at this gathering was almost if not in the belief that an effort should be made to pool the 1910 crop of tobacco As to the contract presented by the Burley Board we do not recall a single instance in which it was not endorsed The only obstacle that seem ed to be in the way of pooling the crop was the fear of the growers to being tied up in a weak pool The final decision of the board ofleaving the of whether the pool should be declared on oroff to the grow ers seems to us to be a solu tion of the question to which no reasonable objection can the pass ed by the board every grow er who signs his tobacco will have the right to vote just in proportion to the number of acres signed Under the the growers who sign the contract are given absolute control of the matter If the growers are not willing to abide by the major ity decision of their own num ber there certainly can be no hope of ever getting together under any other method Now that the Board has decided to put the matter back to the people let all who growers rewarded by a reasonable for their labors join in effort to realize asuccessful pool of the 1910 crop of tobacco beepmada4ruat of thoge Most vitally ittterest ed to decide whetfser1 jfc be beitto deoter the bolo or- s o 12 vt1 peal trap gbMa new euJGGIr Bk i r I Bargain Jables of Shoes and SlippersaBrolteiisizesanti odd lots quality first- class price 52 to 4 Sweep Out Price 99c to 199 Misses and Shoes and Slip Pers at cut prices See our broken lots and odd sizes in shoes and slippers Almost Any Pricer SALE BEGINS Saturday 13 order arrangements all Fridays 29th This opportunity cannot upI Dandruff meeting meeting entirely unanimous question madeUnder resolution arrangements desirefuseethewbacco compensation the original Childrens childrens r1h We Call Your Attention to the Celebrated Hoosier Corn Planter The Genuine Brown and New Weste- rnCULTIVATORS 0 Double Shovel and Drag Harrows the Avery best goods and in a class almost to themselves Come and purchaseit Taylor OldhamDealers in LinePhoneStreet Lost Having lost a certificate of stock in the Richmond Steam Laundry I hereby give notice that I1vil1 make application for samo to bo reissued J20lt II R Tovis For Sale or Rent SouthIHillpikej131t j T Hubbanl Estray respondstowas lettertofDeatheragonOlIcash 420tf Dan H Brock life lire and insurancott JJn Have Fifty Bran New Silk Dresses ir just in From 750 tO30oo y rlandComejumping I Lots Qf Good Things Here l 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