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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u r i7TITlE RJCHM0N0 CL MAXy K 37th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1910 NUMBER 9 WALL PAPER li Raised On It reputation reliability BurAJide f Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand Plaster Material Office Warehouse on PHONE RICHMOND r Ninetyfive per cent of the and professional people will be represent ed in our Big Industrial Edition and you desire to be with the majority and aid iu boosting Richmond dont you get is- o buy an ne and paper Cattle raised on our feed are seldom sick Thoy thrive and grow fat We handle no in ferior stuff Our stock includes best varieties of and feed and wo can nil your wants in that line at the very lowest prices We en joya for and endeavor to live up to I- tt and and L N RR142 business For Sale We have just burned two brick kilns and are prepared to furnish good solid brick on applicationMoberly Brick Cote Moberly Ky r Tm Convinced You Give Every Man a Square Deal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion Cjln a town of less than four hundred peo pie with fierce competion on all sides we C have in eight years built up a Banking busi IIIr ness of over 12500000 Resources T Psoplss Bank Pint Li ly E L Woods Pres W C Fish VPres TV G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each The Right Way to good work your paper from up to date get an uplodate hanger f grain supply Brick of J The Superior Sex Men have been boasting so long of their superiority mental and physical over women that we reprint the theIshow his real weakness Take a man au make him wear a spotted veil and he will be nearly blind within a year Pincli a man into corsets and within a week he will have heart trouble chronic pleurisy acute indigestion appendicitis and a funeral Pile a few pounds of falser il on a mans head and he willsuccumb to brain fever wftllui a month Tie a mans ankle in a hopple skirt and he will have rheumatism followed by paralysis of the legs from lack of exercise Cramp a maws feet in tight shoes and make him toddle about on high heels and he will die of the charley horseMan loses on the score of endurance alone Intellect and executive ability are argued by the capacity to combat these tortures and trials Man is undoubtedly the inferior sex and should retire to the last row of seats and be quiet EMULSION Is now a summer as well as a winter remedy It has the same invigorating andstrengthproducing e fact in summer as in water Try it ina little cold winterI ALL DRUGGISTS rhQI 912 w P BAXTER Use oi the Tail Very few people ever stop to observe what very useful things animals tails are to their owners Horses cows and other creatures use their caudalappendages as fly flappers Cats squirrels and many more twist them around their necks for comforters The rat has raised the use of his tail to a fine art for by its means it guises the blind and steals jelly oil and cream out of jars and bottles The raccoon catches crabs with its tail and the monkey finds his tail a valuable asset in swinging its way through his native forests Fish steer their way by means of their tails anteater uses his bushy tail as an umbrella while the vanity of the peacock is fed by the beauty of its tall feathers Snake Kills Chickens One weekaabout 800 oclock while J D Stutz and family were sitting on their back porch they heard a hen and chickens make a great commotion in the wood house On examina tion they found a six foot black snake had five young chickens about the size of quail tightly embraced in his coilrhe old mother hen was fighting the snake for dear life and before Mr Stutz could kill the snake it had squeezed several of thechick ens to death The snake had entered the wood house and coiled itself around the old hen and her brood but only caught five of them in the trap It was a vicious rascal and showed fightFalmouthO- utlook Save your laundry coupons for the P A C Infirmary Make War Against Worry Bismarck said During my whole life I have not had 24 hours of happiness Anxiety constantly racked him weariness Andrew Carnegie said the other day I know few milllonaiers who smile The impossibility of throw ing off his work hastened the death of E H Harriman Worry not work is killing people The brow wrinkle of the anxious business man foretells a shortened life The great John Wesley de clared til dare no more fret than I dare curse and swear Franklin advised Do not anticipate trouble or worry about what may never happen Keep in the sunlight Gladstone was once asked how he could carry the great burdens of his life without worry and to answer took the inquirer to his bed room to see the motto that he said faced him every morning It was a Bible verse Thou will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on Thee because he trusted in Thee A Weakling M the only way to describe the poor child that is afflicted with worms No matter how much or how olten it eats the worms get all the nourishment from the food the child gets practical ly Mono Willies Cream Vermifuge gets rid of the worms quickly easily and with no bill after effects Price 25 cents a bottle Sold by ILL Perry n1mMrs Maude Mackey Walk ers Hair Dressing Parlor Come in and have your hair dressed in the newest style braids and puffs 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 Mo The farmers in all parts of tho land are talking of dollar wheat and think there will be little doubt of getting itI The Wrong Way buy anybody hang Phone WALL PAPER We Retire Go Carts We Sell Liquid Veneer ofppne reason why you will find the most luxurious bed in the I 8TRNSF05R II MATTRESS is that the natural springiness of the cotton is magnified mAny times by the Special Web Process of making the felt layers We will Kplain this to you more fully when you call s Sixty Nights Free Trial 1050 1350 1600 and 2259 u 3ti Oldham LackeyUndertaking a Specialty Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance in the very best old lino Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Taken Up There came to my place near Gum Springs on Walnut Meadow and Paint Lick pike on May 18th a red yearling steer weight about 030 Ibs Owner san have same by proving property and pay ing all charges B B Reynolds Paint Lick Ky R R Dont wait untill your house burns to think out insurance See Dan II Breck tf Have you any wool It so bring it tt us and get best market prices 420tf GOTT BROS is to a lot o old stock and get to it for you EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has balllcd thorn is to find sumo remedy that will get to the germs and destroy tbem x Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing tho germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and cure by Xcmo is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers of Xcmo It tells how to dare yourself at of Ectema Blackheads Pitnplc Dandruff ao4 all diseases of the skin and scalp Call at Perrys Drug- Store for booklet and l arn more about this clean simple remedy that is now the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp tf Telephone 76 Night Telephone J36 229 w s o R o L L R HlantonWholesale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and Kinds of Plaster Material Corner ililn and B Str- eetsTELEPHONE 85 i Dav All We Sell jay Manton IIt ifn t educed Prices For i L l- rt L r 3O aYSI f P i1 mfian Kinds of Summer Goods We Mean Exactly what We Say t iVjtlE i lS iF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR ANY KIND O- FJSUMMER Fi J i i J t8 C MATERIALS I i 1 ik i tiyif L ftjty l4gnt Welg it Wearing Apparel fOP Jady Orr Xjenb We Have It And Have H A t i f J t 71j- c c Reduced Prices For 30 Das See Us Before You Buy I f i Cs S L t i Txtf 70 m i a 1 XH aInlI toii r Br0tIT ers7j 7 r I t 0rq t i t1 TAE RICON0 LiMAVc tm i5 c v i 374Th YEARRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1910 NUMBER 9 WALL PAPER II Raised On It IT Burnslde fjfe Robinson Coal Lime Cement Sand Plaster Material Warehouse N PHONE RICHMOND Ninetyfive per cent of the and professional people will be cdin our Big Edition and you desire to be with the and aid in dont you c F Cattlo raised on our feed are seldom sick They thrive and grow fat We icandleTo inr ferior stuff Our stock Includes best varieties of grain and feed and wo can supply nil your wants in that line at the very lowest prices We enjoy a reputation for reliability and endeavor to live up tg it tf tXr 1 Salt and f Office and on L RR142 business reprcsent Industrial majority boosting Richmond Brick For Sale Wehavo just burned two brick kilns and are prepared to furnish good solid brick on applicationMoberly Brick Cote MobcrlyKy n Tm Convinced You Give Every Man a Square pealcrThe above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion JIn a town of less than four hundred peo ple with fierce competion on all sides we C have in eight years built up a Banking busi- nessV of over 12500000 Resourcest P6o hs nk nf P lnt Lthk Ky IS U Woods Pres W C Fish YPres W G Kern per Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier WeSell- May Manton Patterns IOc Each The Right Wayto get good work is D buy your paper from an up to date tne and get an uptodate paper hanger The Superior Sex Men have been boasting so long of their superiority mental and physical over women that we reprint the theIshow his real weakness Take a man and make him wear a spotted veil and he will be pearly blind within a year 1 L Pinch a roan into corsets and within a week he will have heart trouble chronic pleurisy acute indigestion appendicitis and a funeral Pile a few pounds of false hair on a mans head and he willsuccumb to brain fever wftluVa month Tie a mans ankle in a hopple skirt and he will have rheumatism followed by paralysis of the legs from lack of exercise Cramp a mans feet in tight shoes and make him toddle about on high heels and he will die of the charley horseMan loses on the score of endurance alone Intellect and executive ability are argued by the capacity to combat these tortures and trials Man is undoubtedly the inferior sex and should retire to the last row of seats and be quiet seoTTS EMULSION h now a summer as well as a winter remedy It has the same invigorating andstrengthproducing et feet in summer as in water Try hin a little cold winterI ALL DRUGGISTS Phone 41 W P BAXTER Use oi the Tail Very few people ever stop to observe what very useful things animals tails are to their owners Horses cows and other creatures use their caudal appendages as fly flap pers Cats squirrels and many more twist them around their necks for comforters The rat has raised the use of his tail to a fine art for by its means it guiaes the blind and steals jelly oil and cream out of jars and bottles The raccoon catches crabs with its tail and the monkey finds his tail a valuable asset in swinging its way through his native forests Fish steer their way by means of their tails anteater uses his bushy tail as an umbrella while the vanity of the peacock is fed by the beauty of its tail feathers Snake Kills Chickens One weekaabout 800 oclock while J D Stutz and family were sitting on their back porch they heard a hen and chickens make a great commotion in the wood house On examina tion they found a six foot blacksnake had five young chickens about the size of quail tightly embraced in his coilrhe old mother hen was fighting the snake for dear life and before Mr Stutz could kill the snake it had squeezed several of the chiclc ens to death The snakehad entered the wood house and coiled itself around the old hen and her brood but only caught five of them in the rascalIOutlook Save your laundry coupons for the P A C IufirmarrI 1MakeBismarck said Duringr my whole life I have not had 24 hours of happiness Anxiety constantly racked him to weariness Andrew Carnegie said the other day I know few milllonaiers who smile The impossibility of throw ing off his work hastened the death of E H Harriman Worry not work is killing people The brow wrinkle of the anxious business man foretells a shortened life The great John Wesley de daredrQI dare no more fret than I darecurse and swear Franklin advised Do not anticipate trouble or worry about what may never happen Keep in the sunlight Gladstone was once asked how he could carry the great burdens of his life without worry and to answer took the inquirer to his bed room to see the motto that he said faced him every morning It was a Bible verse Thou will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on Thee because he trusted in Thee A Weakling is the only way to describe the poor child that is afflicted with worms No matter how much or how often it eats the worms get all the nourishment from the fooil the child gets practically nono Whites Cream Vermifuge gets iM of the worms quickly eaeily and with no bud after elects Price 23 cents a bottle Sold by ILL Perry nltn Mrs Maude Mackcy Walk ers Hair Dressing Parlor Come in and have your hair dressed in the newest style braids and pulls made to order Druids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store oil Main street Office phone 515 residence 202 G Mo The farmers in all parts of the land are talking of dollar wheat and think there will be little doubt of getting it Wrong anybody Retire Go Carts We Liquid Veneer JX frone reason why you will find EeSIDOOtluxurious bed in the STEARNS Ii fOSVER I MATTRESS Iis that the natural springiness of the cotton is magnified many times by the Special Web Process of making the felt layers We will plain this to you more fully when you call Trimw1050 1350 1600 and 2256 Ol d In a m LackeyUndertaking Specialty Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance in the very best old line Companies Wm Broaddus Agt tf Taken Up There came to my place near Gum Springs on Walnut Meadow and Paint Lick pike on May 18th red steer weight about 050 lbs Owner can have same by proving property and pay ing all charges n Paint Lick Ky R R Dont wait until your house burns to think about insurance See Dan II Breck tf Have you any wool It bring it us and get best market prices 420Jf GOTT BROS The Way is to buy lot o old stock and get to hang it for you Phone We Sell t J y s S a yearling B Reynolds so tt a EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that hivs battled thom is to find sonic remedy that wilfliet to the germs and destroy tUem v Zomo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing tho germs to the surface of the skin and de stroying the gorm lifo that causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and euro by Xcmo is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers of Zemo It tolls how to dure yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff ao4 all diseases of UrugStorothit clean simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for of the skin and scalp tf WALL PAPER Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 L R BlantonWholesale and Retail Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner iUln and Str- eetsrTBLEPHONB 85 i u W S 0 R O L B We Sell- 1Fay Manton patterns IOc Each of 1- c Reduced Prices For 30 1EI4lrs i i c i y r i 7 2t t m nal1 Kinds 6f Summer Goods a We Mean Exactly what Wegitf Ef tit C7lF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR ANY KIND OF 1 t f r 1 jSIJMER MATERIALS I str1iiJiiQr nt Light Weight Wearing Apparel i orlaciy Or Gent We Have It ndaNe tl j+ VVv v IipL ti n f j t ii S Reduce Prices For 30 UoysSee Us BeforeYouBuuht x i LI c r c J c d tf 0 tFi ac 1 II 000 Br0tberS i i f 4kf tE f iI F l 71 71 Fro m W iT 7f if i to j I h r t I 3 i of if rIIi I J l f i r K dl The Wrrnn WJfJJJJ S Hmird to Pleasi Just send4ji m to us for we select our goods for the fastidi QUS womenthe ones other merchants find w v 4 hardest to please As to our T OYDress Goods we have the newest diagonal weave in all colors from 89c to 1 98 per yard Our FOULARDS are the choice of the seasons silks Handsomepatterns and all shades from 89c to 1 per yard Beautiful Swiss Embroideries in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Look at ourj Readymade Waists anti Skirts All styles and prices Owen lIcKeeSee Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns 1 The Richmond Climax rUIUUEO IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR ol PRESS and I FBICE flOO PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUG 3 1910 Democratic Ticket Fon COKQUESS HON HARVEY HELM or Lincoln County The Last Chance This is the last time we will be able to request anyone who has not had the matter of our Big Industrial Edition explained to them to phone this office so that our repre sentative can see them After the edition is pub lished we feel confident that the few not represented will regret it This is why we print this article Again we desire to call the attention of the various pastors in the city to the fact that if they wish their cuts and the cuts of their churches used in this edition that the cuts or pho tographs must be sent to this office without delay We also urge the City Coun cil to have their group photo graph including all the city officials taken at once To all others who wish to use cuts of themselves their places of business or their residences in this Big Indus trial Edition we suggest that they attend to the matter im mediately If you have no cuts then have photographs taken at once We have ar ranged with McGaughey the Photographer to take all pho tographs for this edition at a moderate cost Telephone him to come and take the picture Our edition will reach be tween twelve and fifteen thousand copies It will be printed upon fine paper and handsomely illustrated and without doubt will be the most comprehensive Indus trial Edition ever published in Central Kentucky We want your aid in the matter aid you cannot help us r than by giving attention tol what we ask in this article The publishing of an edi tion of this size and kind is aC big undertaking for anynews i paper and we intend to do it right but if you neglect the ix obtaining of your cuts or pho tographs until it is too later you must not blame The Cli max if they fail to appear in the edition for we are now preparing for publication as rapidly as possible Sons of the lawyers at the State Br Association last week weal OH r ecwd as favoring a law that requires CenntyJudge to be kwyef says the CWte Record Weare jut herere l ad that the eefth 8Ut rn Utbe better otr if tkfc jWHrtate yrn more rtrenuefly fallowed if tMtotion of the lsh ol lbs Circok a bOrs M Iiaitktltt1d Mi dr WIULE in Richmond last week a representative of this newspaper called on Senator James B McCreary and asked him if he intended to run for Gover nor He stated that he had received letters from his friends all over the state urging him to bo a candidate for the nomination and recalling the fact to him that in years past ho had ask ed the people of Kentucky to elect him Governor and Senator and that the people had done so therefore ho could not disappoint them Now since the poqple need him so bad we think that ho should make the race and gratify the wishes of his many friends and help the cause of democracy in Kentucky Ho is with out a doubt tho most capable man in Kentucky and will lead tho democrats to victory by a large majority He is at the fair hero and his many friends are indeed glad to have him with usLancaster Record IT has been a genuine pleasure to read The Youngest Recruit a story by Mr Green Clay formerly of this city which appears in the September number of the Blue Book It is a story full of heart interest and is written in a neat im pressive style the story of a young Western Kentucky man who became a member of a band of night riders but who found after all love the most power ful force in the world Mr Clay deserves the many compliments and con gratulalions ho is receiving and his friends predict for him a billiant future as a magazine writer TDK Republicans of the Eighth congressional district are boosting Hon C M Henna of Shelby county as the proper man to make the race for congress this fall against Hon Harvey Helm It is a matter of little consequence who tho Republicans put against Congressman Helm the result will be the election of the Democratic nominee JoHN G CABCISIE one of Kentuckys most noted men died Sunday in New York after a long illness His remains were brought to Covington his olhome for interment He had been speaker of the House of Representatives State Sen ator from Kentucky and Secretary of the Treasury during Clevelands second administration TOG New Magazine of Macon Ill tells of a double pig or rather a pig and a half that was brought to that town by a farmer The animal is composed of two bodies and has two pairs of fore legs and ono pair of hind legs It is preserved in alcohol and is on exhibition OF the 126 democratic papers in Kentucky nearly eighty of them have openly declared for Hon James B McCreary for governor They realize that he can easily carry the banner of the party to victoryMidway Clipper IT is with sincere regret that we learn of the accident which befell Master Loving McCarty the young son of Edi tor and Mrs Harry McCarty of Nicho lasville While climbing a tree ho fell and broke his arm in two places SENATOR James B McCreary has accepted an invitation to respond to the welcome address of Hon BM Arnett at the Knights of Pythias fair at Nicholasville this month IONLY 8120000000 a year Thats all tho wearers of ruadymade clothing will have to pay in excess of former prices as a result of the passage of the PayneAldrich tariff bill WHAT is whiskey continues to be an unsolved problem with the government but what it will do to those who imbibe too freely in the beverage is well known to all As the result of a shooting affray in a soft drink and eating house Danville will readjust the lid and will more closely than ever observe thaSaBday closing law WHAT has become ef the old fash ioned man who west home to dinner not lunch every day at noon and told what he had eq hIs return PERSONALS Little Hiss Julia Hills is kltiarrek tivec ia Louisville 5415 Gy MaM eJ4 left SiMfe yfr a visit to Park re3Mies MBS Len Mee e of Kaoww it vWtfag Mn6 W CraMhiiokU MrrLoHte 8pewrs of few York has bee viritiBg refeUvM keL JtstL LU v wild JMfly are at M- iMtIuiiww h Mr Nelson Gay of Clark county has been visiting Mrs T D Chenault Mrs J W Smith has returned from a visit to Louisville and Lexington Miss Glover of Kansas City is spending tho summer with relatives here Miss Ola Logan Figg of Shelbyville is the guest of Miss Mary Earle Oldham Miss Sue Phelps of Lexington has been with her parents on High Street Mrs James Crutcher has gone to New York to visit her sister Mrs Keats J R Gibson was hostess at an elegant bridge party Wednesday after lioon in honor of Mrs G Schoolfield of Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Vaughn S Norman of Maysville have been visiting his mother in this city Mrs Will Gilkeson has returned to Blanche Ky after a visit to her sister Mrs Ed Blanton Miss Elizabeth Miller is spending the week with Mr and Mrs H L Stevens near Winchester Mr and Jlrs W P Williams and Mrs Tom Williams of Irvine were in the city Thursday Miss Elizabeth Shackelford his been entertaining Miss Montague Turner of New York City Misses Dora Ely and Mao Harrison of Berea have boon visiting Miss Nancy T Forbes at White Hall Dr and Mrs Ira Schoolfiold of Cincinnati were guests Lost week of Mr and Mrs J R Gibson Mrs G W Pickels Jr4of Urbana IlL is visiting Mr andjMrs G W Pickels on Third street Miss Mollie Fife who is sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs will leave at an early date for the seashore Misses Tommie Cole Covington and Lillian Cobb havo been visiting Miss Kathleen Walter in Lancaster Mrs I C Logan of Elliot Iowa will arrive today for a visit to friends and relatives in the city and county Mrs W It Letcher and Mrs W S Montgomery of Lexington were guests last week of Mrs Waller Bennett Mrs J R White and children and Miss Grace White of Irvine are visiting Mrs Ed Adams near this city Mrs W R Gott and daughter re turned to Lancaster Saturday after a visit to Mr and Mrs L T Wilson Mr and Mrs Joseph Boggs have returned from Lancaster where they were guests of Mr and Mrs J D Gulley Mrs Estill Payne of Antlers Okla spent several days last week with her brothers Messrs C O and Daniel Wal laceMr Newton Million has returned from a weeks visit to Mr Jas B Glass and Mr Ed Watson and family in Georgetown Danville Advocate Miss Bessie Durham has returned from Richmond where she took a special course in the Normal School Mrs W R Farris of this county loft last week for a visit to friends in Cincin nati Mrs Farris will also visit in Illinois and Oklahoma before returning homeMisses Sue Settle Myrtle Littrel Fannie Leake Mary Montague and Mr Jas Settle have returned to their homes in Owonton after having attended theNor- ma l School here Mr E M Veatch of Frankfort came up Saturday to spend Sunday with his wife who has been visiting Mrs A J Suit While here their daughter Mo sette has been the house guest of Miss Henrietta Luxon oh the Tates Creek roadMrs Stella Kays and Miss Sullivan who have been engaged for quite a while at the PA C Infirmary have resigned their positions and left Monday Mrs Kays will go to Mobile Alabama to visit her children and her sister and Miss Sullivan to Lexington Miss Mary Elmore is Rt hewe1 Vfler a a visit in Richmond Miss Julia Higgins of Richmond isvkiti Miss Annie HemdoiiM1oe Ruth Hays MS returned home from RiehKood Ncfrmal Sefeael after remaining in setnel eleven months and receiving a two years state ortifi cateMIss Naomi iBllew of Richmond visiting friends kreLan eeteeordS awl Miss Karlot0iMriMK O begm their duties Ma r 4 y as wee at the E Ava Infirm qf iudfMGekia Wan much biI IioIrino whr she Jnqhu aeospie tiw- M S at tb 1 d- sII4tIJJ u PIIMIM Sl her Ho of friend Ml Mary Hart of Lexington kUte grtest of Mtes Minerva Sep r Miss Brunw of Lsfcaaon fa UK get of MiHThomJNlT Jitr Readers of The Climax bavteg vtsl ten are requested to telephefteitl o r 94 Mrs Morris Long has returned to Danville after a visit to relatives here Mrs H W Scrivner and chlMres of Winchester are visiting Sheriff and Mrs D A McCord Mrs Wm Horn and son Harry Oil sent have returned from a visit to Bloomingion Illinois Miss Elizabeth aad Katie Raydon of Bloomington Ill are visiting their brother Mr R Hayden in this city Mrs G F Bradley who has been seri ousl ill is improving rapidly Miss Ida Jones a train nurse has been with her Mrs T A Campbell is entertaining her uncles Mr G TV Richardson of Junction City and Mr Crockett Arm strong of Mound Ill Mr and Mrs C E Douglas will move this week to thelrhandsome apartments in the Douglas Simmons Deatherage flat on Second street MissEmma Hendren who has been seriously ill at the Pattie A Clay In firmary is very much improved much to the gratification of her many friends Mrs Anna P Turley a popular teach er of the W P S has completed the summer course of the E K NS at Richmond and is now taking a much needed rest at home Winchester Dem ocratMr W Nelson Fant has returned to Flemlngsburg after a pleasant visit during the fair to Mrs HB Hanger and sons Mrs Hanger also had as her guest Mrs Francis VanMctcr of Lexing tonProf T J Coates is in Bowling Green this week whero he is engaged in Teachers Institute work Next week ho will be at Leitchfield after which ho will go to Smithland Mayfield and Cir cleville Ohio spending a week at each place in institute work Miss Mayo Campbell left Monday with a party who will spend several weeks at Crab Orchard Springs Others who went are Misses Elizabeth and Car oline Farley Tommie Cole Covington and Elath Buchanan and Mrs A C Buchanan and Mrs Joo Chenault and childrenA from Hon J A Sullivan to the Climax states that he landed safely at Cork and enjoyed his ocean voyage immensely He suffered no sea sickness and is now traveling through Ireland which country he describes as beautiful aud the people clever Many friends wish Mr Sullivan all the pleasures pos sible on such a trip and a safe return homeHon and Mrs Brutus J Clay aro en tertaining a brilliant house party at their elegant suburban homo on the Lexington pike Their guests are Mrs Robert Hays Smith of Ban Francisco Mr Howard Kellogg of Geneva Switz erland Messrs Nicholas and Monroe Curtis of Cleveland Ohio and Misses Warfield and Sallio Cronshaw of Rich mond Va Mr and Mrs Clay will en tertain tonight with an elaborate reception and euchre in honor of their guests Card Of Thanks The members of the PaUlo A Clay Infirmary Association use this method of extending their most hearty thanks and appreciation to every person who assisted in any way in the fair dinner To all friends who liberally donated provislocs and to those who worked in the dining booth or in any capacity the ladies feel most deeply grateful Resolution of Respect The Old Babtist Church of Jesus Christ at Cane Springs Madison county Kentucky in regular meeting July 1910 Brother Dvid Chenault departed this life April 10 1010 The committee appointed to frame a memorial of tho deceased brother reports as follows Whereas it has pleased our Heaven ly Father in his infinite wisdom and unerring judgment to call from the scenes of his earthly sufferings and triumphs to rest eternal our beloved brother David Chenault and whereas by a useful and helpful life he made himself very dear to those with whom he was associated in war in peace in church and in State and won the last ing love and esteem of neighbors relatives and friends and Whereas He made plain in life the power and influence that a thoroughly Christian man can exercise for the right thus giving to us an example worthy of emulation and Whereas We realize that a most grievous loss has been sustained by his home his church and the community- In The olden time the decedents grandfather Elder David Chenault came from Virginia to Kentucky and helped found and organize this church and build the meeting house and was for a long term of years her pastor and went in and out before them breaking to them the bread of life followed by the faithful membership of his son Cabal Chenault and his boom companon who entertained with qld time hospitality the ministers the deacons tho laymen andohers and their son our deceased brother possessd in tho fullest measure similar qualities and Whereas It is our desire to give public expression of our appreciation of his worth and our recognition of his faitbiul services Therefore be it resolved 1 That we are mindful of the fact that the death of our brother has brought sorrow to a home in which his loving care made his life a benediction to a church where his presence inter est and devotion wore felt for good to a community in which Ills unquestion ed honor and his irreproachable lire tended to upbuild and strengthen the moral the intellectual and the spiritual forces and to our church where his counsel and example lent inspiration to our members 2 That we cherish his memory and strive to emulate his virtues and live daily more nearly in accord with fluj life and character of truo Christians skte1jjMrseur sincere sympathy relR ifag her that next to the Masters cause her highest ambition was to make home happy for her loved companion and that he has now gone to a better bone than hoer greatest love aDd care icoukl Mwkt for him the heaveelybesw weGedjjhhMwlf shall wipe away all tews fri his eyes 4 That a page of our record book eat aside Mend to the Tuewory of one UeteveU brother who k sew ant from Nt MUM A lof Utfe jiwwodal deKvwM to our bwwft ktr iv c W H Millar co- A1III4Y tiw ebs- bJ191e fli c I Irrf fi u o Base Ball Games at Richmond August 4 Lexkiftoa Postponedcatm v August 5 and 6 ShelbyvllIeof Games at 330 p m Admissioir25c PertlParisLexington 40 36 SK Frankfort uu as 30 51- 5mCuMOND3s 38 500 Winchester u 30 38 480 Shelbyvillouuuo 28 48 308 Base Ball Wednesday the Pioneers shut out Frankfort in a fast game The visitors opened with Vananda on the mound but after a base on balls and four hits that netted two runs in tho first inning Yerkes was sent in and finished the con test and kept his hits well scattered Allison was in perfect form and with beautiful support was utterly invincible The score stood 3 to 0 Thursday the Frankfort team went down in defeat to the tune of 3 to 0 duplicating the trick of The day before Creager pitched masterly ball for the Pioneers while Mcllvaine suffered bunched hits in the third that netted three runs- Shelbyvihlebroko the winning streak of the Pioneers Friday afternoon win ning by a score of 4to 2 Wills performed on the mound for Richmond and allowed the visitors eight hits He was invincible with the exception of the sixth inning when bunched hits gave tho Millers four runs a lead the Pioneers could not overcome Han roll pitched excellent ball for the visitors and had the support of his team at all times Shelbyville over joyed by their victory on Friday started into Satur days game with a determination to make it two straight In the series played here last week and they were not disappointed In tho seventh inning tho Millers landed on Knox for a total of six hits and five runs having made one run in the first and sixth gave them a load the Pioneers could not overcome Both teams secured eleven hits but Wright for the visitors kept his hits well scat toned Paris defeated tho Pioneers Sunday by the score of two to three Both Creager and Poole pitched fine ball The following account of the game was taken from the Lexington Herald The Pioneers in the opening session bunched three hits which with two stolen bases netted two runs and it was up to McKcrnans men to do the same thing in the ninth McKernan was the first up in the fateful finish and drove a liner to Tilford which the latter knocked down with one hand Kaiser followed with a stinging drive to center and on tho throw to catch McKcrnan at third both men were safe the former landing on second With Goodman up and no one out the Richmond infield formed a breastwork expecting a squeeze play when Goodman drove a hot grounder through the second base opening that rolled to center on which both McKernan and Kaiser trotted home Break Losing Streak After losing three straight games the Pioneers got busy Monday and defeated the Sholbyvillo Millers by the score of 5 to 0 Had the home boys tried they could have made the score much larger but seeing it was not necessary they took many chances that proved costly Shelby villo was badly off and played a very poor game Collins at third and Seeback at short playing like sand loiters Allison pitch ed for Richmond and by allowing only three hits the Millers had not the slightest chanco to score They got only ono man as far as second base and he was caught napping which destroyed the only chance the Millers had of scor ing Cramer pitched for Shelbyville and with better support would have been hard to beat Both Allison and Cramer did somo sensational fielding each accepting about twelve chances without an error Whittaker was out of the game having been suspended by President Ussery for thirty days for improper conductat Paris Sunday but was reinstated Monday night Morton who played third base for Richmond a short while has been signed as an umpire and worked in this game which was his first His work was highly satisfactory and if he keeps up the same kind of work ho will be a favorite oer long His judgement on balls and strikes was excellent Rev E B Barnes pastor of tho Christian church this city will begin a protracted meeting at Flatwood church Sunday August 21 Our Source of Income The publisher of a newspaper has one thing to sell and one to rent He has the newspaper to sell and the space of its columns to rent Can anyone toll why he should give away either lIe can if he chooses and does as a matter of fact furnish a good deal of space rent free But it does not follow that he should be expected to do so It ought to be recognized as the giving of sugar or coffee by the grocer But strange to say it is not looked upon in that light at all and yet everybody knows that the existence of a newspaper depends upon the rent of its space and the sale of the paper just the same wa merchants success depends upon the selling of his goods instead of giving them awayShelby Record School Inspectors The State Superintendent of Public Instruction fa planning to add a new feature to the public school work It is planned to have an inspector for the high schools for the State and also an inspector for the rural schools The men elected will be high class educators and the salaries will be enough to warrant a good man in accepting a posftioa The salaries are to be paW by the General Education Beard Their workwill be toliHtpecttheseteeote et the State and improve then by fa straetien and adv eto leathers and to the eky and county iraperbiteadeats They will spend most of their time trav eling about the State looking after the interest of the schools so as to standard iw the high afheeto and raise Use efik eieeejr of MM OMHBOB soheok The women plan to have a secretary and organizer for the school imprbVe BUBt league located at Frankfort in be Superintendent of PabHc Instruct a Theyhave MkU Gner- aIducaLionJ1otr4 tofheleSifflbjf MB tribtUinr I1WO annually if jthey rais the same amount Hr is eet the boned will agree to tiaHi tkie lle3setiicetna ant i atntery wlw win look after UM niwli f sIt lH W md kssp flMaU1L 4l W tMNk Election Officers The following is a list of election of floors who will officiate in the election for school trustees to be held in the county Saturday DIVISION HO 1 Union City subdistrict No3 J M Risk clerk J R Dunbar judge Wm Dunn judge Doylesville subdistrict No 4 Thomas jUdgei1JohnCane Spring subdistrict No5 14 Griggs clerk J It Langly judge Henry Pearson judge Broom Sage subdistrict No 8 Chas Rupard clerk R F Bush judge W 1tL Turpin judge Waco subdistrict No 10 Ben Wilson clerk Andy McLaughlan judge T B Taylor judge Concord subdistrict No 12 Harvey Green clerk E T Nelson judge T K Tudor Jr judge Runyon drove subdistrict No 13 Dan Noland clerk Geo Gentry judge Haden Turpin judge DIVISION KO 2 Doddsvillo subdistrfct No1 Wm Blanton clerk Scudder Pearson judge Curt Dozier judge Red Hill subdistrict No3 M A Logsdon clerk Jesse Broaddus judge Chas Benton judge Speedwell subdistrict No4 C F Park clerk Columbus Frazier judge John Fowler judge Crooksville subdistrict No7 Luther Todd clerk Wm Gooch judge J C Yates judge Bobtown subdistrict No8 Wiley Burns clerk Joo Creekmore judge Jasper Powell judge Estill Kavanaugh aubdistrict No 11 Geo Taylor clerk R L Doty judge Kit Chenault HO 3 Webb subdUtrict No2 Jas Lamb clerk Tank Webb judge Leslie Hunter judge Log Cabin subdistrict No4 Thomas Alford clerk Jas W Lewis judge Sam P Bryant judge Blue Lick subdistrict No7 Calvin Hendricks clerk Squire Johnson judge Frank Bratcher judge Hickory Plains subdistrict No8 J R Adams clerk Pleas Evans judge Bailes Wilson judge DIVISION HO 4 Boones Gapsubdistrict No1 E T Hulitt clerk C C Blanton judge W T WoodalL judge Paint Lick subdistrict No4 R A Ralston clerk Leo S Palmer judge Jno S Terry judge Whites Station subdistrict No7 An drew Cochran clerk Theodore Dunn judge Buck Johnson judge Watts subdistrict No 0 S S Butner clerk Thomas Minks judge W G Cor nelison judge Silver Creek subdistrict No 10 Mason Dunn clerk Ilenrj Rayburn judge Wm Park judge- Kirksvllle subdistrict No 11 Clay Blakeman clerk J T Coy judge Liberty Cox HO 5 Cottonburg subdistrict No2 Tilden Parrish clerk Jerry Noland judge N H Schooler judge Salem subdistrict No4 Forest Sny der clerk John Duncan judge Wm Teater judge Wiley subdistrict No 5 Wiley Burton clerk Alex Warren judge John Mur phy judge Slick Rock subdistrict No8 D Prewitt clerk Charles Million judge Allen Douglas judge Newby subdistrict No 10 S W Mil lion clerk B L Million judge J W Moore judge Baldwin subdistrict Mo 11 J V Whitlock clerk Ed Broaddus judge Green Storker judge DIVISION HO 6 Valley View subdistrict No 1J D- Ray clerk Walter Howe judge M F Wharton judge Clays Ferry subdistrict No5 I W Minter clerk Clifton Curry judge Robt Simpson judge Green Oak subdistrict No8 Jim Parks clerk Stove Green judge Thos Moberly judge- Deathcrago District No 10 Albert Dozier clerk D M Phelps judge Hal rison Williams judge Million subdistrict No 11 Elzle Foster clerk John B Million judge John T Kanatzar judge Greens Chapel subdistrict No 12 G B Turley clerk Wm Barnes judge John McBride judge Notice To all trespassers black and white All sportsmen and blackberry pickers are notified to keep off the old Gentry farm ju04t JH GENTRY Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STBVEHS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky Stock Burn to Death In Fire About one oclock Sunday morning the stock barn and cribs of Mr Jake Herndon near Whites Station were destroyed by fire entailing a loss of two fine jacks one of which was his celebrated jack Baritone one of the finest animals in the State and a calf together with twenty barrels of corn three tons of hay and all of his tools and harness Mr Hcrndon estimates his loss at about three thousand dollars with onlyWO insurance The origin of the fire is unknown A Record Price A dispatch from Danville says the highest price for farming land ever recorded to that county was given by Morris J Farris Jr to J D White house for twentyfive acres one mile East of Danville The price was 9iqi per acre The laRd is practically un improved The next highest price ever given was the recent deal made byCol James Sttutt1worthwhogave H Stiles liper acre for the eM Duke Atrm Change Time The Opc O time iae effective July 4th sttwws their Jfe tt feavtag WiiMMtor dwU fxwpt 9 edayt at 7J1r thereby maiei B connii lt wUh LsadNNo MX Nr to IAd M- Ii 8 jMnfa to PrMkfert IAdpUk- tnrmedIt MM urtfaag jpjJ Mn Lgriag K M Lf CM K W i- I MS TrLn Ww-t1selI1 J BuyA Standard Rotary Sewing Ma chine r Cash or Easy PaymentsF t tU MAN AND H1GQINS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel GlyndonMain Street Headquarters for Sewing Machines and Suppliesall makes Silver Creek Items Misses Nancy and Ella Hagan of Lancaster are guests of their cousin Samuel Hagan Mrs Fannie Karr of Red Honse is visiting Mrs Lucy Grizzard Mrs Sam Farris and daughter of Covington arc the guests of her mother Mrs E O Farris at this place Mrs 0 C Bowman spent the week end with her mother Mrs Will West near Paint Lick Mrs Jane Zimmerman and children of Hamilton Ohio are visiting Mrs Harris Mocks Thirty dogs were put to death by the city authorities in Harrodsburg Satur day The canines were impounded and as no one appeared to claim them and pay the required tax the death penalty was inflicted Mm Female Wilts THE HILL Next Session Opens Sept 13 10 FOR CATALOGS ADDRESS J B CASS DAY RICHMOND KY Public Sale As Administrator of the estate of Geo Million deceased I will sell at public auction on the premises at 10 a m on Wednesday Sept 7 1910 the following property Two Tracts of Land One known as the Tilda Million tract bordering on tho Tates Creek pike and composing 97 acres On this land is a good five room residence tobacco and stock barns is well watered about six miles from Richmond and within 200 yards of railroad station Tract No 2 known as the John Million tract borders on Crutcher pike and contains 63 acres with three room residence stock barn and is well watered Farm No1 will be sold in three Jttfcts as follows 45 acres with barskWand residence will be sold first then Tract containing 32 acres known as the Rich Maplegroveknown as tho John Kanatzer place also bordering on the Maple Grove pike and lands of Rufus Jenkins Then above three tracts will be sold as tc whole the best price realized will be accepted At same time and place will also sell the following Stock and Crop Twoyearold colt 2yearold work mule 5yearold work mule pair 4year old work mules 1 aged work mule 3 yearold jennet and about 100 barrels of corn TERMS Landfill be sold for one half cash 1 1911 when possession will be given the remainder in two equal payments of one and two years the purchaser being required to execute notes bearing 6 per cent interest from January 1911 with lien retained on land until all purchase money and interest is paid Bond will be required of paymentTermsknown on day of sale Thos Jenkins AtJmr Notice To Contractors And Builders Notice is hereby given that tho Madison County Board of Education will on SATURDAY AUGUST 13 1910 receive sealed bids for the erection of two one room school buildings one to be erected in Edenton Subdistrict No C of Educational Division No5 and tho other to be erected In Slick Rock Sud district No 8 of Educational Division No Plans and specifications are in the hands of the County Superintendent of Schools at his office in Richmond Ky where they may be seen until 1 oclock Saturday August 13 at which time the contracts for the erection of the two aboved named houses will be awarded to the lowest and best responsible bidder orbiddersA with good and approved surety for tho performance of contracts will be required The County Board of Educa tion reserves the right to reject any and 2nd day of August 1910 JOHN NOLAND Chairman of Madison County Board of Education 2t If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring iii they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con luct your sale His narges are reasonable WEST TELEPHONE The to Buyr needlessly will be greatly greatly reduced if you have to draw a check every time you make a purchase Dont keep your cash in your pocket where it is likely to burn a hole Open an ac count with the State Bank Trust Co Experience proves that iv man thinks twice before ho spends once when he has an account at the bank Commissioners Sale of About 400 Acres of Valuable Land at Richmond Kentucky Monday Sept 5 1910 at 2 oclock p m about 400 acres of land owned by James W Smith in his life time This land is situated on the Brookstown pike about nine mile from Richmond and about two miles from Red House a station on the L N and is now rented to G B Turley Jr and is strong fertile land nearly all in grass It is one of the best watered farms in Madison county and is improved by two tenant houses ono new tobacco barn a farm barn and other outbuildings and there is a school and church in the neighborhood Possession will be given January 1st 1911 and tho farm will be sold on a credit of onehalf in one year and one halt in two years with interest at the rate of six per cctit from date of sale The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase money bearing per cent interest from day of sale Tho land to be surveyed before sale This land is not in the hands of any real estate dealer and any information desired will be given by Mrs J W Smith of Richmond Ky T H Collins Special Commissioner Wanted Boarders or roomers at 243 Collins Street 5 t One fine organ for sale cheap Call at once Need the roomJ R McKinney KU Third St You Never Saw Us Sawa whole lot more meat than a customer wants just to make sales We dont have to Wo make sales and steady customers too by giving peopla just exactly what they want of the Choicest Meats we can get And so good are our meats that we notice people always order a larger quantity tho second time Try It CCCULTONSuccessor 231 MAIN STREET 125 Have Your Photographs for the Big Industrial Edition MADENO- WIlcGaughey the Photographer Temptation IRelTlember The Big Sale- Closes SATURDAY RoyalIr o thxrSecond andMiiu TeJeJI SJl1 art Clothes 0 For Ladies and Misses l will be found in rNtIJ M BarloMRe- adytowear Parlor in Building with Mr F J Ycagcrs Jewelry Store 218 WiLMain Street Como inwU bo glad to show you my now lino of Ladies Ueadylowcar in the Latest Styles and Materials When you got my prices they will surprise you and youil come back again J l J George English 1 PLUMBING I Doctor for l 1GilS and Gasoline Engines1 Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works l homesJ l Phone 619i 1RICHMOND KENTUCKY l 040 Rural TelephonesM- r Farmer Make your home as modern Jar your family as a city reE deuce and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations a any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service whict you anti your neighbor can gdt for a sum that is small compared with the bene tolleadquartersNashvillerate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately MississippiLouisiana EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated Something New In My Line For You I have made preparations by putting in the necessary equipment to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimming have made this addition believing our many customers would appreci j ate our efforts to take care of all needed repairs for vehicles Bring your nrriago 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 porfec ob is guaranteed at this shop All work guaranteed both as to workmanship and prices James A Moores r Worn Women Women worn and tired from overwork nedatonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself You should take Wine of Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have greatbenefituse this reliable ofttried medicine 1 TAKE CARDUI The Womans Tonic i Mrs Ecna Hare of Pierce FIn tried Cardui and afterward wrote I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble had pain in my side and legs could not sleep had shortness of breath tryingCarduiTry Cardul Twill help you AT ALL DRUG STORES i Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries mill extend a cordial invitation to the public to call and see us Wo also have daily FRESH VEGETABLES in fact everything to be found in a first class grocery Call and inspect our goods and we are confident you will give us a share of your business Lackey Todd Telephone G2 Opera House Building E I FOR SALEI A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenueone of the most beautiful streets in Richmond Ky and contains 3 rooms and hull upstairs aud 4 rooms hall kitchen pantry front and back porch a splendid cellar with cpncyete hOOt well drained good coal house st Jcapd other Outbuildings All the wood work mi interior of house is finished in natural wood and rooms are hand somely papered For particulars call on weL L0EDSA1THEs PR WOODLAND AV N- UERICHJIONltE TIJCK- YI d rJ fheRic1iiod Qaax rwtis to M WEIET IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO- iHtwporated A D MILLER EDITOR r Kembtr ol PRESS V a4 i tRICE 100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUG 3 1010 New Consumption Cure Denver Medico Claims That Salt Is The Thing Denver Times Common table salt in solution is the method of treat ment which Dr A E Disbrow a Denver physican is using upon tubercular cases in all stages Several cases of late have attractedattention from other physicians and some have visited Dr Disbrows patients to see for themselves just how favorably the treatment acts upon the patients there having been some reports of s Tisational improvements It is to verify these that the visits have beenmade The most remarkable report is that of the efforts of the salt solution upon the daughter of Cyrus A IBaiker of 1138 Clayton street For one year Miss Baker was bedridden by a general tubercular j affection which finally caused abscesses upon her right wrist her right ankle and on her side Three physicans were in attendance and it was finally decided when intense pains began at the base of the brain that amputation of the arm and foot was neces sary to save her life This Baker was told wouldonly prolong it for a time as the condition was too general to be checked William E Collet Execu tive Secretary of the Charity Organization Society who lived next door to the Bakers had been treated by Dr Disbrow several years ago and attributes his present good health to the salt treat ment He urged Baker to try the method and the latter consentedFor weeks Dr Disbrow washed the wounds in the salt solution and injected it into the blood The wound in the side had eaten away part of the young womans ribs At the end of that time the wounds had closed and Miss Baker had risen from bed for the first time in a year She has been visiting neighborhoodI lately given her the salt solu tion again to help build up her physical condition for he says this will come slowly I rvHBHiHg RacesD and require several months Dir DinbrOwitis erst claims that salt is natures purifier of the blood and that if the blood is kept pure it 1llovc come and exterminate the bacilla of consumption Dr Disbrow has a number of remarkable cases on his list and for that reason a close watch will be kept to determine the value of his salt solution Baby Morphine Fiends are made by all soothing syrups and baby medicines Hint contain opium and narcotics McGeos Baby Elixir contains no injurious narcoticdrugn of any kind A sure and safe cure for disordered stomachs bowels and fret fulnesssplendid for teething infants Sold by H L Perry a 1m A Shortage of Stock This is a year wh n farmers need plenty of stock to avoid waste atid at the same time stock was never scarcer Much of the wheat that has been beaten down or is straw fallen for want of timely cut ting could be saved if hogs were plentiful to turn into the fields but few farmers have any of consequence Grass and weeds abundant but cattle to eat it are few in number One farmer tells us that he is grazing export cattle at seventyfive cents per month and twoyear plds at fifty cents This is no income on hundred dol lar land but it is the best that can be done under the circumstances Winchester Democrat Disagreeable at Home Lots of men and women who are agreeable with others get cranky at home Its not disposition its the liver If you find in yourself that you feel cross around the house little things worry you just buy a bottle of Baliards Herbine and put your liver in shape You and everybody around VOlt wilf ff el better for it 60 cents a bottlo Sold by H L Perry aim For Sale- I have several good building lots for salo located on Lancaster and Breck Ave Location drainage ect the very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Any ono interested in purchase plcitso call on tho owner Mrs D M Bright orher son Ur Bright f Active at 87 This would not be unusual news if men and women would keep themselves free from rheumatism and aU aches and pains as well as keeping their mus eke and joints limber with Ballards Snow Liniment Sold by H L Perry alm Lost Last Sunday between the Christian church and homo in the country a pearl Sunburst broach Diamond in the cen ter with pearls around Liberal reward for its return to this ollicft Farmers mechanics railroaders laborers rely on Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns or bruises at one Pain cannot stay where it is used a in Lost- A ladies dark green leather shopping bag with brass chain probably on Lancaster avenue Pleaso return same to this office Generally debilitated for years Had sick headaches lacked ambition was worn out and all rundown Burdock Blood Bittersmademe a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosnp Conn alm LOST On Red House or Union pike Sunday a babys white cloak Return to J A McKcusic Ida May Coal Co Richmond Ky tf WORK- INTERIOR TRIMS LUMBER buyiseffort in making our building mater ials the bestJ BlantomOonglet n Lumber CO IHconlorntea Successors to Ed Blanton Co Near L A Depot Telephone 425 BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON KENTUCKY AUGUST Sth to 13th 6Big Days and Nights 6 11000 1000 ISTAKE 1Trot IHilaClass andI Unfortunately MILL 25000IN PREMIUMS AericaSpIer Claw ef Live Stack AEROPLANE FLIGH1S DAILY Thaviix9 Russian Band ofFifa Herbert A Kline Carnival Comjaii FW CaUJt r fetor WoraliMAtUrwt JODIttJf If7 to i l4 When the1J HdirFallsStop ing hair is a disease a regular disease and Ayers Hair Vigor as made from our new im proved formula quickly and completely destroys that dis ease The hair stops falling out grows more rapidly and all dandruff disappearsD- oes not change the color of IRe hair l lJe Formula with each boUII sitto your Is Aikblm doctor about H then do as b 87a The little book in each package gives the formula of our new Hair Vigor tells each ingredient is used and ex thingsAftcrhair preparation does its work so well Made by tlio J C Ay p Co Lowell Mali ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS Reproduced In Wonderful FiveSheet Posters For Blue Grass Fair Probably the most attractive paper ever put out by a fair association is that which has been used this year to advertise the big Blue Grass Fair which will be held at Lexington the week of August 8 to 13 The paper is all made from designs copyrighted by the Blue Grass Fair association and the views used are taken from actual photographs made on the fair grounds in years past The most prom- Inent of these is a large flvesheet poster showing a superb type of a Kentucky saddle horse One of the bestknown exhibitors In America is astride him and tho position of the horse and the pose of the rider are so natural so graceful and so lifelike as to attract Immediate attention WHT015TH Herbert A Klines Aggregation of Shows This Amusement Company Has Play ed Most Important Fairs of the Northwest At the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington the week of August 8th to 13th will be seen the famous Herbert A Kline aggregation of shows which has come to be known as the best mid way on earth For some years past Air Kline has played all the largest and most important state fairs of tho Northwest This will mark his first appearance in the South and the management of the Blue Grass Fair Is particularly fortunate in being able to secure him for Lexington There will be some twelve or fourteen shows in the Kline Carnival Company all of them new with features not before seen in similar shows and all of thorn well worthy of patronage Wild West Show The big Buckskin Bill Wild West and Dog and Pony show is not only the largest but is one of the most enter taming of the different shows It abounds with exciting features characteristic of the vast West that ob tamed in the days when every man was a law unto himself when savage animals and savage humans alike had to be accounted with and when features of our modern civilization were to large extent lacking in a vast portion of this country In addition to the most excellent of the acts of the big wild west shows is the Introduc tion of a dog and pony circus which especially appeals to the children and which adds decided features of entertainment 1Trained Wild Beasts The famous Rollins Trained Wilt1 Animal Show is the peer of all shows of its kind in the country and presents a magnificent menagerie of jungle beasts trained to an extent that would seem almost Incredible Those who put these lords of the forest lions tigers leopards hyenas panth ersnnd other dangerous beasts through their tricks dally and hourly take their lives in their hands and this element of danger risk and neces JhrUlinterest of the spectator in witnessing an almost unparalleled performance The great European Flea circus with trained fleas performing their tricks at the direction of those who Have taken infinite pains in teaching them is as novel and as remarkable as any show that could possibly be witnessed A Model City In addition to these there Is the famous Kempfs Model City a wondei that no other carnival company in the entire country can offer It is a modem uptodate city In miniature acknowledged to bo the best and most wonderful mechanical exhibition in the world The fact that five years were required to build It is proof sufficient of the Intricacy of its mech anlsrn Then there Is the Little Russian Prince the most famous midget a wellas the smallest man on earth Ihis diminutive dignitary is a human doll twentyfive Inches high thirty two years old and weighs only six teen pounds He speaks fluently Eng lish Russian and German He speiil his babyhood in a cradle made o a cigar box While he Is so small that an ordinary nan can hold him In ono hand he will nevertheless prove the most popular and most sought after mart on the Blue Grass Fair grounds An Antithesis In direct contrast will be seen Elma aged twentyone and weighing seven hundred and thirtyone pounds the human antithesis of the farfained Russian PrinceWhen with him she appears on tho platform tho two make a pair that Is a marvel to all who see themThese arebut a few of the shows which go to make up the famous Herbert A Kline Carnival Company which Bunder the personal manage entertainjseen on a grounds These shows will be open both day and night throughout the week of the Blue Grass Fair August Sth to 13th A great compliment was paid the Kline shows in that they were chosen atDLrolLNotice OfPardon Notice is hereby given that application wiijbouia4frapardon forS C Gooch who m j estod4o the penitentiary Uhe a Jenn 1f1Oot the Mwlisoa Circuit Cowt Barged with ttw braking Jtafoinfflutji oti Travelers 1adilOnli ln Bnk rI = 4 tr nti 2 4 et HwTo Keep Cool Just nowwhen the mercury keepIDSnt hurry and but take time to smile and draw a long breath of pure airAvoid discussions of the weather Keep the ten commandments When the perspiration starts just con centrate the mind upon ice bergs and frozen chunks of sprayGo when the opportunity presents itself into green woodlands and shady dells Become a sym pathetic part of the great panorama of life called nature Be thankful that you do not live in a great sweltering city or that you are not a member of the seashore gang who have to dress so frequently Minister to others and see how soon you will forget it is the hottest day on the calen dar Dont think that piles cant be cured Thousands of obstinate cases have been cured by Doane Ointment CO cents at any drug store a 1m Shelled an Auto Angered because an auto mobile scared his horse and caused the animal to break his buggy Stephen Jefford a prominent farmer near Way cross Ga drew two revolvers and emptied them into the car The 12 bullets literally cut the upper part the car Jto pieces and several bullets passed through the clothing of the occupants After Jef fords began shooting J B Baldwin A H Miller and Jesse Strickland business men of Waycross threw themselves on the floor of the car to escape the bullets The car was practically ruin ed and the occupants escaped death by a miracle Jeffords says he is tired of his horse being scared by reckless auto drivers Being Beatiful Every one of our girls likes to be as beautifml as she can That is right and proper but she must re member that it is not alone the smile of the pretty face the tint of the delicate corn plexion the luring glance of the eye the beauty and symmetry of the person nor thecostlydress or decorations that compose a girls loveli ness It is far more to be found in her pleasing deportment her chaste conversation the sensibility and purity of her thoughts her affable and open disposition her sympa thy with those in adversity her comfort and relief to the distressed and above all her real companionship that constitutes true loveliness Shelby Record Great Pest of Ants The housekeepers in this community are having troubles of their own Nearly every house seems to be Infest d with a pest ofants and there seems to be no get ling rid of them They are everywherein the kitchen in the dining roomespecially do they seem attracted to the pantry where are stored the supplies sugar preserves etc They are impartial in their visitations slighting neither rich or poor If any housekeeper has a sure recipe for ridding a house of this pest why not make it public We shall be glad to publish it Duty In Passing It is well for autodrivers aud others to remember the following laws in regard to passing on public highways Whenever a person operating a motor vehicle shall meet on a public highway an other person riding or driving a horse or other animal or any other vehicle the person so operatiugjthe motor vehicle shall reasonably turn the machine to the right of the center of such highway- so as to pass without inter ference Any such person so operating such motor vehicle shall on overtaking any such horse draft animal or other vehicle pass on the lilt side thereof and the rider or driver of such horse shall us soon as possible turn to the right to allow free passage on the left Any such person operating a motor vehicle shall at the intersection of public high ways keep to the right of the centers of such highways when turning to the right and piLliWt the right of iutertio4 when turning to the left Aside from the dirBi nd indirect rMttttfyou fderlefrotl1btDcnpn Jbt ouvuhiij InthSiritI tdiII- SSsi is1t it u H e DOTY SURVEYOR solicits patronage of those needing ser vlcesof competent man Address RICHMOND KENTUCKY R Emmett Million Successor to llurjnn Den- nyDENTIST Over State Bank Trott Company TELEPhONE 291 c A S1JLL1VAN-r ATTOBMEYATLA illOHMOND KENTUCKY Mce over State Bank Trust Cot op posite Court House on Main Street iarry M Blanton DENTIST J3Offlce In Bennett Bulletin nly TELEPHONE 188 Dr C H Mainhart Graduate 11eeeof Veterinary Surgeon OITlco at J R Azbills Stable Office Phono 09 lIes Phone 532 r Riclimond Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephonj 267 Office In Oldham Building O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW tlCHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen alts grocery For Sale Fifteen male Duroc shoats weigh about 85 pounds Wm Park R F n No4 Richmond Ky j15 It Billious Foel heavy after dinner Tongue coated Bitter taste Com plexion sallow Liver needs waking up Doans Regulets cure billions at tacks 25 cents at any drug store alm The wise man carries both life and lire insurance Dan II Brcck has the best police tf THE CHURCH SUPPER It Dingdong I said tie big church bell II A supper tonight and things to sell Dingdong I I do declare Here Im rung In on a vestry fair Ive a mind to stick and reraso to ring For I wasnt donated for such a thing But my oh my I How sweet that smells I I wish that coffee were good for bells For at every pull the sexton gave The bell swung out above the pave And at every swing he got the scent And on he swung there all content Said down below good pastor Pipp Fingers tapping tip to tip I have been asked by all whore hero To say unto the sisterdear Who brought the coffee here tonight That we consider it her right j To thus be thanked in public wiseS She finds great favor in our eyes May all her deeds smell sweet as this By which she brings her neighbors bliss Thought blushing Mrs Jones I knew What CHASE AHBORHS brand would do- Good deeds you know are only lent And so she smiled in deep content W U McKinney staple and Fancy Groceries Hay Corn Oats and Shipstuff Telephone 223 Jf Beef Clubs Farmers Butchers NOTICEnI am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right Ring phone 363 M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY p SS S fl I teaep p p epese f t IGoodThings to Eat wi carry Whether its a I or a fancy table dell I t I must ependableEverystand I Each article Is chosen from many provedIts f preferenceI I I I ELECTA I COFFEEI aitnooth and dainty blend selected highland grown beans the rkcts choicest ItlfThe Electa process of slowcootlng nndtpreserves the genuine and improves in using Electa sure of I the finest qualitYii tLroction that in moreI I with any you ever fCompare like the rousing flavor I the ar- omaITate t and SonTelephone 35 I I r i When You See- Yourself in one or more articles of jewelry bought hero you haven right to be proud of your appearance For while quality is a prime consideration with us artistic beauty is equally insisted upon That is why you should select your jewelry at this store You got what looks as good as it is and is as good as it looks F J YEAGERMAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY You can plow onethird more ground and not tire yourself or horses with the J I CASE Riding Cultivator THE GENUINE Walking Brown Cultivator will last longer and do better work than any Walk ing Cultivator on the market Call and let us show you why D B Shackelford Co Sterling Clothesf 1 CLOTHES cr- t Beech Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade i 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices fDr high class goods JB StoufferINItITlfi Ikih iaTaiI kio Jg klsjq c Pongee Shirts 1A beautiful line of Mens Pongee Shirts with turnback cuffs and collar attached Whiteand tan in plain and fancy patterns The ideal sum mer shirt for work or vacation wear Regular 125 values our price 9Se Mens Athletic Underwear Snort sleeve shirts knee drawers Regular 35c Duality our price 25 cents garment Otis balbriggan underwear 50c quality at39c Elastic seam drawers in white 50c grade at 39c Tennis Shoes and Low Cuts for men women and children VHJtTJES cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED VJOH l R E ff E Y THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE 7fMICC- CVJAflC OF IMITATIONS THE CCNUIKC IRtAMED cny BT BallardSnow Liniment Co nOr Tnnq 100- S01d by HENRY L PERRY Strayed From T II Collins place on iluddy Creek a stccrcalf weighing about 400 pounds Information will be thankfully eccived Rufus Sams 0 c IA IilHonairesBabyI attended by the highest priced baby specialist could not otred of stomach or bowel trouble any quicker or surer than your baby if you give it McGees liady Elixir Cures diarrhoea dysen tary anti all derangements the stomach or bowies Price 25c and 50c Sold by II L Perry jy 1m For Sale My house and lot adjoining ball park Apply to tf A TODD For Rent- I desire to rent for tho year 1911 my farm at Runyan Grove Six eight acres to go in about the in corn balance in grass Mrs Emma Hubbard j1341 Phone 219 The Modern Home ONEof the first requisites of home ian uptodate sanitary plumbing equipment To safeguard the r affording absolute and perfect sanitation are a prime necessity taotfatur Ware because of its thoroughsani tary efficiency and unusual permanency makes an idealequipment perpetuates home healthand makes your bathroom attractive and inviting Our plumbers are expert mechanics honest and reliable and we guarantee our work to be satisfactory IOrders for repair work given prompt attention Richmond Motor Plumbing Go Incorporated t TO MKE ROOM FOR OUR New Fall which is arriving daily we have greatly reduced prices on all summer goods These suits are blue serge gray and black worsted plain and fancy patterns While classed as summer they are really seasonsuits and can be worn the year round 2000 Suits for men at 1498 800 Suitsfor men at 1248 500 Suits for men at 998 1000 Suits for men at 7484 An Elegant Line of V T QQD PANTSat prices that will surprise you tII 0o- nK 0t 8 ot u 0 U be of J or tobacco same J a tures our Sell 1per cents Ladies Vests cts 12 l2c Vests sizes 8 cents pairs Slippersat E ELDER thoroughlyclean Clothing V L T FERRIELL- Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky A Golden Wedding means that man and wife have lived n good old age and coi eequcitfy hav kept healthy Thn brst way to keep healthy is to seethat your livi r doe its duty 3i 5 days out ol 3U5 The only way to do this is to keep Ballards Her bino in tlie house and take itwhenevbi your liver gets inactive 60c a bottle Sold by H To Perry jjlm Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly I We and Guarantee Wunderhose 4 pairs wear i nonlhs without mending pairs in bar Box RG Corsets f McCall Patterns 10 and 15 500 813cquality 4 Regular Ladies all 200 inerirr directedto infavorI or one of my Deputies will on Monday August 1 1910 between thenours f f0 oclock A M inRichmond bestbidderor so much thiereofa may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt and costs hereofTheof Jeff Burns in 157 acres of land more Magisterial andboundedland of J T Cornolison on the East by SouthbvTurnpikeBurns Terms Salo will be made on a credit approvedsecurity fromdayeffect of a Sale Bond CtzlyAn Experts Opinion Of SkIn DIs eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific experience ho has never found so hard a dis ease to conquer as Eczema Yet lie docs not hesitate to rccommriud Eomoas n most successful remedy for tho treatment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He quaUtiesthat it is clean liquid remedy for exter nal use A great improvement over the old stylo greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy tho germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on infants lionry L Perryvill gladly supply those who call with a free samplobottlo of Zcmo and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to euro yoursat homo elf with Zemo tf Nt VWlihiteWILL BEGIN HIS ANNUAL Clearance Sale i On Saturday July 9th c 1 The women of Richmond andvicinitywho have attended our Clearance ift Sales know that we mean what we say and that everything n out + i store will be sold regardless of cost It is the time of4LBe ylwena cost or former prices are lost sight of It is our desiretfo dise 6ff5 everything in our house We have v jfJ ii MARKeD An J Our GOODS RIDICUOUSLYLOWr 1 t and we want you to get as many of these bargains as you tan because Cwe realize the sayings on very purchase rtR f eOeEery OneI1 Yf t J AHard t kitttThd Eraporia Gazette re prints a hardluck story irom a Great Bend paper We baveseenaDumberf1tardluck they air seem trivial and futile compared with the Bard iu kstory of Ole Olson first 1jvutQthew9rld byW A Washburne a gentleman of ex city Olson was a lumberjack Every spring he would come into Duluth with his win ter wages get drunk and wake up Atith out a cent A bright idea occurred to him Before start toboiightkind that the cashier punches as you leave the restaurant and stowed this away in his mackinaw The next morning he awoke as usual With gonebuthethere was his meal ticket wi htwellty one meals on it He felt for the ticket it wash there But in going down stairs he dropped the pre cious pastboard and before he could prevent the horrible disaster he stepped on the ticket with his spiked shoes and punched out every meal on itB Lrr in Chicago Tribunefo ftSGENEBOS1TY APPRECIATED SLUE GRASS FAIR LAST YEAR GAVE BIG STAKE THIS YEAR WILL SURPASS LAST Great ThousandDollar Stake for Sad die Horses Will Be Contested on AUgult10 At no other fair or horse show In the entire country will be witnessed a show ring in any sense comparable to the great Thousand Dollar Stake for Flvegaited Saddle Horses which will be contested at the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington on Wednesday August 10th Last year the Blue Grass Fair association startled the entire borse world by its generous offer of a stake with a guaranteed value of one thousand dollars In cash its gener osity and its progressive methods were appreciated by horsemen to the extent of enlisting twelve entries which Included the very greatest flvc gaited horses In the whole country Thecontest between these beautiful animals was watched with unabated Interest by more than twenty thousand people It required nearly an hour for the Judge to form his decision and when the ribbons were tied first money was awarded to Edna Mae the peerless chestnut mare which Is regarded by good Judges throughout the country as one of the greatest of her breed that was ever produced Yet notable as was last years con test for this stake the one which will result this year promises to surpass It The number of entries will be larger the class of horses will be fully as good and additional interest will come from the fact that Missouri will send several lof Its best known horses to do battle with the best tha Kentucky can produce Last years winner Is barred from competition but the horse fortunate enough to wear out of the ring the purple rosette denoting the champion will be worthy to take place along side of Edna Mae as one ofa galaxy of star that will be long noted in saddle horse history THE RICHEST RACE Stake a Marked Success Pro ducing Excellent Results This Year the Stake Will Be Held on Lexington Day the Second Day of the Fair The richest race ever offered for twoyearold trotting horses by a fair association was the Thousand Dollar stake given at the Blue Grass Fair last year This stake was a marked success and produced an excellent contest The winner turned up in Hlll brooke Queen owned by the Messrs Smyser Brothers of LouisTille Ky and in the field that finished behind her was the noted Sue D which afterwards won the famous Lexington stake at the tall meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders association This stake will be renewed for the Blue Grass Fair this year and will be a feature of the racing programme or the week It will be contested on Tuesday the second day of the fair which hasbeen designed as Lexington day The probability is that It will have an even larger field than went to the post last year While it will be tile most notable feature of the racing program during the week there will be a number of other races both for harness horses and for runners which are certain to produce splendid con tests and to evoke general interest Running races will be made mor of a feature than at any previous fair and large fields for each of the several events to be offered are assured There will besides be a splendid pro gramme of cup races offered for mem bers of the Gentlemans Driving Club So that during each afternoon beginning with Monday and including Sat urday excellent racing will be wIt- nessed THE FLORAL HALL Fine Place to Meet Your FrIcfldit the Blue Grass Fair r The Floral UaUat this wrs big Blue Grass Fair which om IItlle week of August 8 to 131a1at Lextkg ton will be one ef itinit attractive features The hall jftr under the direct supervision of MrGl Norton Sharps ieazcka success ot It last t tlleJi13t erwiH IJa given over 3d exhlMtR oUarm pro2iicts andto a special exhIWt whlcbthe Kentucky Ex perlHWBt Station wihlBiak6for the bet at the fan of K Hueky OB the second llo tUllwHHeDt Uts t Itd oepId by pviIaeflt eX1flgerehi4L ouMtJihil Iloor 1htlIba the ktWU of womaaa i19 Kan4blei urprESs1beIflkflhi1de tor U3 jt- tee4tt cIUss yl beMthisoniiely 4 wilt brnssffldaj thcw k Kud fiwft aI bwUks b tos tot W Is ik i4 J t DlltY fLICHT- t4rfNAEOOPUNi WORLD FAMOUS AVIATOR WILL SHOW POSSIBILITIES PROMISES WILL BE FULFILLED Race Between Aeroplane and One of the Fastest Hortei at Lexington TrackIForemost among the amusement features which will characterise the Blue Grass Fair tobe held at Lexinff n the week of August 8th fc 13th ill be dally flights In an aeroplan by oae of the most famous aviators eL the country No other one subject la creating at this time the same mount of Interest la the public mind- sa IB the development afaedal savl Ration The possibilities which it eIfera are eo great as tobeallOollt bo Presntprosp8ctBapt to rerolutlonlze the entire wor1dtAmerican aeroplanes have igh rank among the aeroplane ag gregallons of the world and Amerh can aviators hare perform d not only in this country but abroad feats whicht entitle them to be ranked among the greatest of those living- Exhibitions Dally The exhibitions at the Blue dross Fair wilt be given by a worldfamous and will In every respect set rth intelligently and fully an idea of the possibilities of aerial naviga tion These flights will be made dally throughout the week of the Fair so that visitors who cone only tsr one ay may rest assured of seeing them- NaturaUweather conditions play ome part la the extent of lights in- eroplanes The managemaat of the Blue Grass Fair has norer believed In promising what it can not absolute ly fulfill It therefore dos mot spoa ify any particular feats to be per formed on particular days because ol the realization that Wind velocity and other weather ftctors may prevent such feats but It can promise that except in the case of terrlfle down pour of rain aeroplane flights will be made each dayI Race Between Aeroplane and Horse At least one day during the Fair a race will be arranged between ai aeroplane and one of the fastest horses at the Lexington track The horse will be gives a start of a quac ter of a mile and the aviator will en deavor to catch him circling in its entirety the famous mile track at the Blue Grass Fair grounds before the finish wiro Is reached This will be a feature that has never been at tempted anywhere else and is certain to prove a drawing card for thousand of people from all portloS of Ken tucky FAMOUS BLUE CRASS The Reputation of this Region Extends to Many Lands Blue Grass Fairs Classification ii Unique Among Works of Its Kind Lexington Kentucky is In the center of the richest and most famoui agricultural and live stock raising sec tion of the United States If not of the world The renowned Bluo Grass Re gion has a reputation extending tc many lands and of the Interests with which it is particularly concerned the Blue Grass Fair which comes this year the week of August 813 is repre sentative Although in magnitude and importance fully on the basis of a State Fair the Blue Grass Fair which is responsible alone to the enterprise of Its stockholders for organization and dependent upon the support ol the people of Central Kentucky foi maintenance does not try to reach outside the particular products with which Its section is concerned and te which its further advancement may ID some measure be due Always bear ing In mind tho slogan a Kentucky fair for Kentucky products it omit from Its classification certain breed of live stock for which most state fair make provision Such omission is Intended in no sense of criticism It It rather a course adopted after careful consideration for what is believed tc be the best interest of Kentucky and particularly of this section The classification of the Blue Grass Fair introduced in 1907 and since re affirmed is unique among works of it kind No other fair ever succeeded in separating completely and entirely breeding and show classes In its horSE departments The former are provid ed for the three great American breeds the only three with which Kentucky Is in any sense concerned The show classes are thrown open tc the world specifications of IndivIdual- Ity being the only consideration taken into account Competent judges have pronounced the horse show jit the Blue Grass Fair the best In America No where else can such a display of breeding stock be found no where else do both saddle and harness rings fill so well or offer contests so stirring and satisfactory to the lover of the horse There is a law In Kentucky that if a man is sixty years old he can be ex empt from jury service although his age does not disqualify him if he wants to serve The Circuit Court su tans him if he owns up to his years and asks to be excused Our Big Industrial Edition will be published about September lsl The preparation of the articles lor our Big Industrial Edition are well under way The beautiful weather of the past wck has enabled the farmers to catch up with their work Change Time Tlio C and Q time table effective gWincll722 a m thereby waking connection with L and N No JO No27 runs to Lexington arriving there at 800 passengers for Frankfort LeHkvilte ad intermediate statieoscsH leave Lexieg KxionL amlN train No 17 at 825 a m Trajn No 10 is eur Vrnia which leaves RiobHjead at 125L m Notice Te aM IreapMMK beck and white All s ortoww aiJd bIbEIr3 pkks are MfiMl te keep off DM o4 I9 ntry fatM Jsl J H 8BNTRY rt fOtS 114 t d J A BbrVJ L J fc 22 f tn IWfjUMM v Mi 90 Wfl rwWPHSampii Sufferers from indigestion are wak ing up to the fact that peppermtHt lozenges oharcoal and dyspepsia ceres are ly maMnrtiifts in the cure of so tt li5 as- dlfOllle ftMBtlaa ta something tbat melcomPlaint but w tome upparatua to again ADd this thwo do Then ta something J80ro to tho cure thebrealbtains dlsestlvto Ingredients will not cure permanentlr as the buts of Indigestion poor bowel clrculaUsj and that re q knowfo qulramenta better than Dr Caldwelli Syrup Pepsin which hae been sold for a quarter ci a century t laxaivural Ingredients for tho euro of con s s sourtomachplaints Its Ingredients will so strengthen muscleshaturally and when that has been accom FarmlStuartBlackburnSov coniscedtonlyesporry botUeaddreuLaterhavIng Pepsinrdollar a bottle pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to nbsolutelytree detaiLorname and address on a postal card or doctorsddresswell building MonUcello aL STOCKTON SON Kentucky Fair Dates Heron August 5 and 6 Madisonville July 195 days I Henderson July 26i days Lancaster July 273 says Versailles August 34 days Danvlllo August 33 days Lexington August Sfl days Taylorsvlllo August 94 days TJniontown August 95 lays Harrodsburg August 91 days Vanceburg August 10 days Lawrenceburg August 161 days Shepherdsville August 173 days Broadhcad August 174 days Ewing August 171 days Shelby villc August 23t days London August 234 days Erlanger August2i4 days Nlcholasvllle August 03 days Fern Creek August 30i days Ilardinsbur August30 3 days Darbourvillo August 3l3 days lorence September 63 days MonUcello September Gj days Hodgenville September 6J days Falmoutb September 281 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sep tember fl6 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 arid carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed Its poor policy to wait until you have a fire to bogin thinking about insurance Do it now Wo write the best policies tI Dan II Brcck For Sale Barred PJymothrockand Leghorn eggs for sale 8100 per sctfuigpf lA ggs Al so African goose eggs KJc arpicce I can spare two or three pairsof gcpo leEDmtfYou can buy almost any kind of Automobile you want cheap and on easy terms from R A BARLOW Agent Automobile Clearing louse 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 13tf i The Climax 1 per year J R Pennington Dentist Office next door to Government build lug Richmond Ky i 25 pet cent off die workat the Richmonci Stem Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it J 27 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf Nothing is so B autiful 1 FOR SUMMER CLpTHING AS J f JHfL11 d Embroidery 0 Miss Eva Roberts carries everything new in patterns an supplies Iler prices ere reasonable tm work guaranteed Residence Firsts rear WhIte Wines drug store Ergsf Eggs Eggs We are IR Ule arkelroral1 the Crwi elen eggsyou eH br1rir1MTki 15 YJttbiklgbMtmarke Money to Loan bnCood Fa 11 Lands TNtkwce1ernXnta4jAe las faHee Ow4l loin nee atil j at 5IaiseeXreiAptLIJ O Ohenu 411 RieaeoedKr Ii For Safe r M6wers and r Rakes The 0 Walter A Wood r A little the best Mower ever put on the market IfyQUOt interested come and take a look at the Mower that is notF controlled by the Trust Uouglas Simmons neatneag EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing 5 and Guttering New Place on Second Street Telephone 20 Soothes itching skin Heals cuts or bunts without a scar Cures pilef eczema salt rheum any itching Doans Ointment Your druggist sells it ln liabituallyfrom constipa Regtilets strougthened tbeyr sinceA Ei Sulphur Springs Some Specimens of Premium 1 OFFERED BY TilE t f Madison County Fair Association July 2tt 22 and 23 1910 Without Entrance or Deductions r17 Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any euu 200 00 Harness Stallion Maro or Geld ing any ago 100 00 Saddle Stallion Marc or Gelding 3 years old or underu 100 00 I suffered ion poanlt relieved and the bowles that have been regular ever Davis grocer Tex 1 20 T Roadster Stallion Mare or Geld t ing any ago 8lOOOOj J S Foals of 1910 either sex u iflOO o6jr Plantation Saddlo Horses 1 ibOQOJi CHAMPIONSHIP Zi 5 per cent to nominate i per cent deducted tc Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 500 OO 200000 in liberal class premiums for Horses Mules and Jacks No Entranco= i No Deductions Fine Music by tIns i First Regiment Band of Louisville io The Best in Jew lrodotmi Invites You to This 5tore r 1 Wo gathered from everywhere good and well Today wo are asking kyour opinion of ojjr stock as a whole We askfor criticisms request tour critical looking And wizen you have seen and bought wo nrerif li sure OU will carry away an impression that will bo sure to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or look just as you please and iL f you only look youre welcome to LELANE 2ltfBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street r1 The most ttheRiccis lee Cream 1l PARLOR f1 Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily Meals served any hour day or night t t THE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING j Of course you want the best results Toin 7 ff j sure success buy t SEEDS 1 tt Worn us We have vari of The 3fbef us and you will make no mistake fJ1 i i 1jI i JAMES B PARKE tCASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries j tPhone 624 i ih fFIRSTSTREET Jew QuartersJCi 1 Wear getablisbod in our new quarters in the 1 old City 1111 b11ld inK and are better prepaiedUia11evQrtocinr forypur k1ilSDriitg 118 fIyo Hide Furs and Iron Irresh iiand Vegetables in etOlf 1 11 a f 4Q1VQ zt Ljce pauy L e Oh The Solid Comfort in a aresimplyMission style if you like it All other kinds as well libraryoryouwilliT I 4 BEIIETTiHlHIGGIIS DNDERTAKIN BuyingYour is risky businessrisky to your pocketbook Its no idle dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Save money by letting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone HO The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblyless Full Neigh or Coal Forfeited WWBroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc BOOKKEEPING Busin ess Ph a no P TYPEWRITING and a TlaFR APJtV COLLEGEomMlu President has jttnct experience in mercantile and banking buiinmi also 32 rent edneatlng 10000 DOWAddnVUnVnThe above College is incorported 735t Ice cream in any quantity at Riccis Save your growing crops of tobacco at any sacrifice and sign every acre you can save and when the time comes vote the pool on or off as shall then seem best Dont cross that bridge till you come to it The above is advice given to the Clark County farmers by the Win chester Democrat For Rent Elegant fiat of three rooms furnished or unfurnished Apply 237 N Second St Telephone 354 tf For Sale Two No I Poland China boars weight about 135 to 150 tf Roy C White Notice Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of Golden and Flora are requested to file same properly proven as required by law on or before Sept 1 1910 or same will be barred 4t C H Pigg Assignee 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 uses Mr Perry the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recom mended fur Eczema Blackheads Pimple Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured in your own home without an inconven ience or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation tf WAKE UP Dont wait until the very last to lay in your fall and winter supply of Coalve Celebrated Rich Mountain Jellico Coal and priies are no higher possibly lessthan you will find elsewhere A trial orde will be appreciated and you will be convinced that this is the best coal in town WILLOUGHBY5ON Hay Corn Oats Straw 11A R 1 AygUI nl1J4 11 Around Town I Try Riccis ice cream tfl Mr W D Oldham is among the latest purchasers of an automobile Oldham Curtis have sold to J W Bales for August delivery one hundred export cattle at seven cents Bo sure and have your photographs taken at once if you desire the cuts to be used in our Big Industrial Edition Rev E L Smiley is conducting apro tracted meeting at Mt Pleasant church Services will continue duringnext week That the people of Richmond are proud of their home city is clearly demo onstrated by the liberal support given j usThe blackberry season is about over The crop was short in this county duo largely to the cold weather of early spring Mrs Mary J Rogers one of the old est inhabitants of Danville dropped dead at the home of her daughter in that cityWednesday All friends of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary will bear in mind that the Normal City Laundry coupons are wanted by this institution The Central Kentucky Base Ball League composed of the towns of Dan ville Ilarrodsburg Lancaster and Hustonvillo was organized at Danville Wednesday A gentleman who has traveled over the greater portion of the tobacco territory of Kentucky state that the outlook for a crop this year is every where bad- There is no excuse for any ablebodied man to be idle Harvest is on hand corn and tobacco fields are overrun with weeds while other farm work is pushing and farmers are willing to pay good prices for competent help WamoA dispatch to the daily papers says that Ilarrodsburg capitalists Con template organizing a stock company for the purchase of Crab Orchard Springs at Crab Orchard It is claim ed that an option has been secured on the property H C Bright sold yesterday to E F Spears and Son of Praia 2000 bushels oj blue grass seed at 8155 cents a bushel Mr Bright said that this is the highest price he over received for blue grass seed and further said that he had often retailed them at 75 cents per bushel Danville Messenger The weather of the past ten days has materially improved the outlook for the farmers of Madison county The incessant rain during the first half of July did not cause as much damage as was predicted The greatest damage was done to washing land which cannot be remedied A novel method to save the wheat crop of Scott county was resorted to when a number of farmers appeared be fore tho County Judge and paid the fines of the prisoners in the jail in order to got help to harvest the crop In several instances the fines ran as high as 830 All of the prisoners went willingly CarpenterMorton Roofing will give you every protection that iron tin or shingles will but will not rot like shingles or rust like tin and iron It is a nonconductor of heat and cold and is more durable and less expensive than either of the Roof Coverings mentioned It is guaranteed to last for years BlantonCongleton Lumber Co will show you tbisguarantoe A lady who understands advertising says No lady wishes to be looked upon as a shopping fiend she does not care to into a store and have merc6ant show all his stock in order to find out whether he keeps what she wishes to purchase and whether the article is sold at a price she can afford It is much easier and pleasanter to look through the advertise ments of a paper than it is to bore the clerks and waste her own time Next to the local news items the ad vertisements in a paper stating articles for sale with prices will keep much of the money that goes to the largo cities at home Painful Accident Mr John Stone a son of Mr Jeff- painfulStone was the victim of a WhilerIsintOd and fell striking his forehead on a door facing cutting a severe gash He was unconscious for some time bu is now doing nicely Mr Jacob Emory Dead News bas reached refeWvea here 0f the death at Lexington Sunday mt jHr 1IlkMH w JI kwwa ru of 1oedlrg Js K M VMk f Xn J IX o1 Mi Mf L L GrtttMi rf WIiOw I Tii Clearance Prices on Mens SuitsWe offer choice of all our finest for 1750These suits are the famous Kenton Hand Made Specials that for merly sold for 2250 and 2500 Choice of a111800and 2000 grades for 1450This seasonsnewest styles perfect fitting and fine Your pickof all J500 J600 and J700 grades for i 1150 All 1250 and 1400 Suits for 950I And all 1000and 1100 grades for f 750r Cut Prices mean just what they say in a one price store Tiff FOR Wo W BROADDUS COSOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED The Best Coal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W COTelephone 110 135 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Murderer Caught Joseph Wendling the alleged murderer of little Alma Kellner of Louisville was caught Saturday in San Francisco California The detectives had followed him eleven thousand miles before catching him Was In Irvine Judge J II Benton was in Irvine most of the week where ho went to try Mrs Allen on the charge of murder On account of absent witnesses the case was continued until December Judge Redwine was sick and at his request Judge Benton presided in the trial of a number Of minor casesWin chester Demorcat State Board of Education The State Board has adopted a uni form diploma for the county high school graduates and this diploma will enable a holder of it to enter any of tho colleges or universities in this State without examination arid will bo just as good as the city high school diploma The State Board also adopted the course of study for the rural schools and it is long enough to fill up a book of fifty pages Married Mr Turner Groce and Miss Belle Rich of Lancaster were married here Mon day They left after the ceremony for C Ashcraft of Winchester and Miss Minnie L Harris of Berea were married Monday at the residence of Moreland Creekmore this city by Squire Dykes Mr Virgil Fritz and Miss Elsey San ders of Garrard cote aty vere united a marriage Monday by Elder A J Trib ble at his home near tow- aBIRTHS Mr and iMrs Julian JMsupia are welcoming a fine son born last Friday nightMr aBcUrs Hugh Bates of Clacln congrattu little daughter Mrs Bates was for reedy Miss Carlisle ChenauU of this 1lUy Mevra oewes trees I exiegtoa of th btrth of a basdoome SOB to Mr and 7i Harry BdwMiU at UM terse rf Y Kd wards parent Mr awi Mn W 1r8tta He Ms1Ma nattted UwamU Jr MM Mm 12Mr1u Fox RIDGE The Burley Crop From the reports made at the meet ing of the Burley Tobacco Society at Lexington last week it seems that while the acreage is larger than usual in many counties the indications now are that tho crop will be rather less than more than an average crop The Crop Outlook The splendid growing weather the past week has put our farmers in a moro hopeful spirit Corn is growing at an astonishing rate tobacco is doing fine and tli owlieat threshing is show ing that damage done by the continued rains was not as bad as was anticipated Honorary Degree Rev William Crowe of Abingdon Va has recently been given the honor ary degree of Doctor of Divinity in the HamptonSidney College Dr Crowe is a son of Mrs William Crowe of this city and has been located in Frankfort for many years but lately accepted a call to Abingdon Va An Unusual Suit A curious suit has been filed at Frankfort During the past year a man named Williams has filed sixty one suits against the L and N railroad for sums ranging from 82 to 812 the total amount being only 8340 The suit is to restrain him from annoying the road with these potty suits and re quirejiim to file his claims in one suit This is said to be the first suit of the kind in tho history ort e State photographtaken our Big Industrial Edition Mr Announces for Jailer Elsewhere in The Climax will be found the formal announcement of Mr Morgan Taylor for jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the the Democratic party Mr Taylor is one of our beet kaowa farmers aad resides near Valley Viewy a section of the county that seldom requests recog anion la polities His tether was a Confederate soWiar awlt alt his family have adherodtc thV Democratic prig plea Four years ago Mr Taylerw aniewad an lent lintraii eonnty bs jltaic to Dloop tbit Mr Xtoc aft dMMnl W yeaiar M isoa rw kme 1iMoNgewPhsx aIi ar table tr rMu fcr r Mf faMhMirfal B4tUwu The School of Instruction- If the proposed schools of instruction for live stock inspectors aro held the counties must foot the bills as there Is no State money available for the purpose The Commissioner of Agriculture is sending out letters to the Fiscal Courts asking if they will pay the expenses of their inspector to attend one of these schools The trouble is that many courts like that of this county will not meet until late in the fall and there is no ono author ized to speak for them Mr Vaughn to Manage Ida May Coal Co Mr T C Vaughn who recently disposed of his interest in the coal business of Broaddus Vaughn has accepted tho position of manager for the Ida May Coal Co of this city and assumed his new duties Monday morning The Ida May Coal Company is indeed fortunate to secure the services o so capable and popular a gentleman a s Mr Vaughn whose energy and popularity will mean increased business for the firm Nice Residences We wish to use illustrations of a number of nice residences in our Big Industrial Edition and feel certain that Jou who own nice homes are proud of them and proud of Richmond enough to desire to aid us in showing up ou city and its homes in the best possible manner Bring the photo graphs to this office and if you have none let McOanghy the Photographer take one for you at once The cost of a cut will be very little to you and are sure you will be well repaid for th small outlay 1n Splendid Condition It Jte gratifying to all friends and patre s ef MadUea Institute tq kno that durtatbita sautter months tk tf entirely rettovtad All of the elBsllave been freshened- up sad every hinglsl a perfect sanitary conditions rioth Jfiprove meat to the inslalwtkm furnaces bttildiogAec and tke ratio far the coming year Is fagot flftkeriHgt S tteoi epees epiem frw IIW sad R k irmUfyiAf u knew Wwrt Madison Institute k geitiag bee pIOIRlpThe keHUlCI txim of tots weirtttti UN Mm wHtt lltlUh tlMlt WId c Clearance Prices o- nPantsOddl Few tailors can equal the fit of our finer pants AH greatly reduced 600 650 700 495500 for 395 400 for 295 250 for 175 150 for 125 f Clearance Prices On f Boys SuitsYou can afford the boy a new suit at these prices I 800 750 Boys Pants Half Pricelot 50c50cStraw Matsthe old one and buy a new one at orif Ifor COVINGTON and BANKS BROADDUS Firm Changes Hands Mr A J Willoughby arid son C P Willoughby purchased Friday the coal business conducted by S H Thorpe 8o Coon Aspen avenue possession being given August 1 Mr C P Willoughby who has been em ployed for tho past year by Messrs Thorpe d Co is thoroughly acquainted with the business and together with splendidbusinoss The Milk Record Missouri Chief Josephine the Holstein cow owned tho Agricultural College of the University of Missouri smashed another worlds milk record last Saturday taking it away from Colantha Fourth Johanna a Holand dairy cow owned by J W Gillett of Rosendale Wis Johannas record for six months totaled 15511 Ibsol milk while Josephines total for tho same besttsingle month was 2 785 pounds against Josephines high mark for cue month of 7900 Colored Py thians Win First Prize The seventeenth annual session of the colored Grand Lodgepf Knights of Pythias has just closed at Frankfort In the contest for the best drilled team thercapuiincy ot Vulcan Irvine won the first prate in class A which was the neat sum of 8100 This same company also woo a prize of 110 for having the neatest quarters during the encampment The above speaks well for the members 0of the lodge and especially as this is their second time to capture first prize cPrisoner ped Aday or two ago 7alid Crawford traineL agar He showed fight and drew a pistol on wereyfreight train later Chief McCord arrested hiss A big piitpl was found oo his pewoa aad when brought Before Judge Pendletea fee was given a sen leans that asKHHiied to fsrtyoae Says is jail IIe was when arid ugly and NotkwitiMtaAdiM this be stMteeAed in 1Jtaa cw ot a 1I11M wart ttsett for 550 for 475 500 for A 400 for 295 Big Boys Throw away these pound- sRichmond 650 395 175 200 for 145 150 for 115 LOOfor 79c Bn STORE QUALITY Taylor Court Day One of the smallest crowds of the year was in town Monday Auctioneer Prewitt reports a good supply of plug horses on the market and a good demand prices ranging from 810 to a 8102 There were very few mules with practically no deman- dSubstituteJ Teacher Elected At a special session of the Board of Education last Friday night Miss Stella Phelps was elected a substitute teacher for Caldwoll High School for the coming year Miss Phelps grad institutionarid Sheriffs Must Settle With c Slate Monthly The collection of State revenue for 1910 by county sheriffs will be reported and paid monthly into the State Treasury beginning with August Hero tofore sheriffs have been allowed to make settlements at their pleasure but the State needs tho money and Auditor James will require strict compliance with the law Are Always With Us Without the fly and the worms and theIuckersand hail storms and floods and drought and houseburn and dumders tobacco raising would be smooth sailing But these evils will he with us always in varying degrees It would be as reasonable to refuse to pool because worms will persist in eat ing up the plants or hail destroying them or drouth in burning them up as it would to lie down because some other grower who has not the broad ness of mind to see as you see refuses to join youDenver News Building of Infirmary Annex Under Way As is well known it leas been the earnest desire of the association of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary for many years to build an annex and make same much needed improvements and from timo to time efforts havo been made to secure a building fund Tho plan as drawn up by the contractors Turpin and Todd calls for about 82000 Of this amount the ladies by hard work had secured 8100300 It was decided at a recent meeting of the association to circulate subscription papers and the following list of names shows how liberally friends are responding to this worthy call A friend 82500 Stockton Sen n 1000 E T urnamn 1000 R E Turley 1000 G W Phelps 1000 E W Walker 000 1000 White Wines 1000 Climax Printing Co 1000 Zariags Mill Co 0 1000 C C Wallaceo 1000 Mrs R It Burnam 1000 Miss Helen1Jcnnetn 1000 Afriead 1000 A R Denny 0 j 1000 Mrs Harvey Chenault o 1000 Elmer Deatherage 500 Mrs T J Smith 560 A fri do 500 J1 Ginteao 500 J B Walker 500 T J Moberly 500 V Ricci5-B 00 L Middletoa 500 Dudley Tribble uom 500 JoeGiuR higH8Rie n 500 a C uhOflh 2CO PL Willging 0 200 F JY eroJ 200 Uicimodl National BankSi 200 As stated above the taUes are out with these papers and wa trust our ciU izena will respond liberally fern store HIi8CIwm1Hioa the annex kaelMgtte Hi K wlHtwt IN ttlilqlrill1ltere es41jr a Pattte L G rlB M ry W wbMII they with bveiett WMIM w M pwlr- u oiI Kopp Finds Wife In Rich mondIHarry Kopp of Washington D C nightintouring the Blue Grass Ball League circuit with Manager Warren of the Frankfort baseball team as his War rens wife Kopp claimed that his wife left Washington four weeks ago goingit was from the last named city that the husband received a tip that his wife was in Kentucky On arriving in Frankfort Wednesday Kopp was informed that tho woman who also claimed to be Warrens wife was with the Frankfort manager in this city Warren received a tip that the legal husband of the woman was enroute to this city and consequently had abandon ed his quarters before Kopp reached Richmond However the couple was located about two oclock tho woman agreeing to return to Washington with her husband when all seemed to be forgiven Kopp left with his wife on the four oclock train for Washington Warren left Richmond on a later train for Frankfort remaining in that city only for a few hours however as his connection with the ball team of that city was severed when the true facts concerning his escapade became known On reaching Washington Kopp filed divorce proceedings against his wife Dont forget that we must have photographs at once for our Big Industrial Edition New Livery Firm Mr Frank Curtis has sold his interest in the livery business of Curtis and Snyder to Mr Dock Bronston possession given at once Thenew firm will bo known as Bronston and Snyder Many Injured by Falling at Circus At the afternoon performance of John Robinsons circus in this city last Thursday a score or more people were painfully injured The accident was the result of a section of scats collapsing on which there were seated about 300 people and it seems remarkable that some were not killed The sbaking rain which fell in the forenoon is believed to have softened tho earth so that it caused the supporting timbers to give way The seats gave away grad ually which is responsible that no deaths resulted Eight damage suits ranging from 500 to 5000 havo been filed by those most seriously injured and a bond of 12000 was executed by John Robinson Following is a list of those who have filed suits Mrs Lucy Maupin 81000 Mrs Robt Duerson 11000 T S Todd 8500 O D Hender son 500 Mary E Orms 500 Nannie E Orms 8730 Bertha Orms 2000 Mrs Elizabeth Parks 5000 All the injured are from this city and county = =ZJ Dont Forget To Write In youMissMiss your happy caroless chatter placeTheyWhen in distant paths you roam Dont forget to write a letter To the dear ones left at home youThough themWhenHow they love to get a letter In your own familiar hand All the comfort it can give them Only parents understand herInThreads of silver intertwining Tell of years of toil and caret deepenedOnDont forget to writewrite often For they miss you sadly now When they sit around the fireside And the shadows gather near Then they think of happy hours When your presence brought them near throngipgWhen And deeplongingIn a silent prayer for you Write a letter to the dear ones stayedThey delayedFor fireside sayThen it Write a letter home today City Was Right The Court of Appeals has published LifeInsuranceThat city charged old lino life incur ance companies ono hundred dollars as compnniesfiftythe city had no right to make a dis crimination between the classes of insurance but tho higher court says there is a marked distinction and the city was within its rights iu passing tho law A movement is on foot at Frankfort to charge a percentage on straightlicense The Mean Thing Here is one of the meanest tricks yet byalazygarden He went to the house to wash the dirt off a dime and a quarter He andpresentlHo told his wife ho had made money enough for one day and would take a nap When he awoke his wife had the centSho The Conscientious Responsibility Which is entailed with the compounding of prescriptions ignoredinour business The utmost care and intelligent skill is always exercised with any en trusted to our care and you always have the assurance that your physicians orders will be strictly foltoiffd HLFIERRY4- ON 7 T tAiNrin 778 7J7If 71071 7171 7I71 7J1 7J7I 7J J7I7 7 7W 11 II 110 11 a 11 II II II II Yf II Y III = PIOO bItEAT y J I a r 0 T Of Shoes flats and Mens Furnishings And for Thirteen Sale pays we will offer our entire stackat the greatly reduced prices FOR CASHJ Mens Fine Oxfords 600 Stacy Adams cut to 439 550 Stacy Adams cut to 379 500 Stacy Adams black and tan cut to 359 400 Swell Shod black and tan cut to 2 99 350 Swell Shod black and tan cut to 259 350 W L 259a300is a cc r 229 2cc t 179 200 Mens and Boys black and tan cut to 159 Boys youths and little gents Low Cut Shoes almost at your own price Hats 500 John B Stetson cut to 399 400 John B Stetson cut to 319 300 Hats cut to 229 250 Hats cut to 179 200 Hats cut to 159 See our special tables of Bargain Hats 2 and 3 values for 79 Great on Gloves and fresh goods 1li 1 III iii it 1 f 1 see a jc L er 200 Shirts 51i6fl Shirts 419 Shirts Af Shirts line Mens Work Shirts price than buy goods Dont ask these No AtIlr t191tI ti the Dollar Saved Dollar Earned Men Saving Dollars Getting just right time summer early buy suits again these such little prices Finish season looking have almost suit next Spring 1500 and 1800 Suits 2000 and 2500 and 2800 Suits Lr and 3500 Suits still making prices close spring summer goods before season Our stocks have been with many desirable stuff your reduced prices us prices named on them your benefit you need Ladies and Low Shoes inankle strap pumps ribbon uswe have things neckwear hosiery wash fabrics You money buying from us Come and get posted Lath Doors Sash Etc begins Fine Stacy Adams to 479 Stacy Adams 439 Swell Shod to TT 350 L Doughte to c 279 L Douglas to 250 L Douglas to Shoes cut to f 1G9 Boys and at cut prices n cut to cut to JT 100 cut to cut to 7 Sale Cheaper could the goods be at prices goods = at price i= rrai r 1p1 tir IIi Ot1 Yi t qtr n If ors to A are the for this of too for the bal ance of the and fall like for the new 3000 We are cut in to up and fall new novelties for by and low will be for If in Mens and and see all the new in novelties etc can save by so t f d y N y a all all Our SC cut 4 cut to rf 400 cut 319 cut ki 300 W cut 249 W cut 199 200 150 79 50 v 39 Sde our of 5Pc 39 you or 3 ri i III and and and and ties in 00 H W 0 1 BOURBON POULTRY CURE flown throat of a xcpfatt chicken rojrstliwor w s A drop ta drinJdoe water cures DISHAS t atmCJK DhnbeeafebIckS BLtckbead ether PUHJIY CUE mm nUf1 HENRY t 6SY JWehmona icy fy oj 100 50 Garments cut to 39c 25 cut to 19c of all kinds ly Prices rWe be Sold as dpi iti Suit Call 550 ofWWte 78 7878c 771 fiLK 7B t A PURELY BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA MALARIA CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS A GUARANTEED CURE for diseases caused by a TOR PID LIVER Ono bottle purchased today may save yon serious sick spoil tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE SOc GET THE GENUINE SNOW CO 500502 Second Street LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by PERRY t 1 y v JJu etc Ilow f 8 30 iContinuing following SUIT CASES TRAVELING BAGS AND UMBRELLAS AT CUT Mens Reduction Hosiery Suspenders Neckwearallnice A Clean Seep fe KyV g W si Y si 17 V li y W b Y h pi 9p r ML Y If L tr t0 I 8 SALE OLDHAM AND COMPANY ARE V O Ui Irileiestedin Lumber 2ToddBlwarfsltm1ber fife ftwZ edi r Mens Shirts expect charged charged except regular is yearSuits Youllnever welldressed 1275 2250Suits 1575 1975 2575 departments replenished atrextremely anything Childrens Bepectfully Shingles Mens Shoes V Youths Shoes ONE bBop OF the dM and saves few the and PREVENTS For toe aM sad IhteMck12 f se- PORaALIri R I Mens Underwear 79ccGarments Handkerchiefs atGreat Reduced Guarantee EVery Itefnlb Advertised 11 61 t4 ll iI au VEGETABLE COMPOUND CURES oil BOTTLEPRICE BALLARD LINIMENT ST fl L 1 Your has to do with your success or failure If shes thrifty your fortune is half made If you could see tho names of in our books a largo feminine ones youd see tho key that opens the door of in old age To sot the whole ofsuccess call here or write to our bureau State Bank Trust Co 130 130 Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 onpfulLeatheftrimmedAlso a handsome set of Harness rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 legitimatejtciearlyestwill give to each and every purchasers for every 10 worth of trade witi us Each ticket will represent a shoat the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you ny inon line of a liberal discount below thecustomary prices This- offer will save you when you call inland make yOu before you ooutSee our circulars for full expla plenty of them at our ofiice Read Carefully the Articles Below Horse Collars MckBamls Farm BUnd Bridals lUdihg Bridals lrveJrmeweyllarness ylallsG kton Baggtes Colwwbus BWiwit ii1L ABtWoe fIt Wife much depositors proportion contentment story information with ticket article money money nation 7ldggtec Post Buggies and all medium Buggies Break Carte Jtgn Rubocftier tliobest + iaoasoaabli C jtrStc1ss lorw Shoeing tK ifef 7 Buggy riramw mg lCnssPjJld uin ders aodmowers uielc1y r paired complete tttTTj A wsottaeatly reirei and abee Mv t t ehaaics Seiid hhicle lrF ninl8ng Ri 4 rEJ f5r f hi3 5 DH r f r 1 i Beginning Saturday July at 9 AM dndSaroysutonqldckand 17iNeksatithing il4r TsLf Ladies Fine Shoes Oxfords and Slippers 400 Suede Oxfords and Pumps cut to 319 350 Suede ankle and instep Pumps cut to 279 350 Patent Pumps and Oxfords cut to 279 300 tt cc H 949 250a cc cc 199 200u u u i 169 1tt It cc 119 Ladies 350 Shoes cutto2rJLadi-es 300 Shoes cut to 249 Ladies 250 Shoes cut to 199 169ISALE BEGINS SATURDAYJULYsOat TClnTtordeivtp perfect July29thi Mainst Richmondz YLD a r 1 W 7I117 T Decide Yourself The Opportunity Is Here Backed by Richmond Testimony Dout take our wordf for it Dont depend on a strangers state meat Road Richmond endorsement Read the statements of Richmond citlzMig And decide for yourself Here is one case of it Mrs J W Pumphroy Danville St Lancaster Ky says My experience with Doans Kidney Pills leads me to believe that they live up to the claims made for them I suffered apreat deal from backache and night could not sleep On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable to attend to my housework KidneyPillsfrom tho first and bad I continued taking them long enough I believe they would have effected a complete cure I was compelled however to discontinue the use of this remedy for a time hut again taking it and am certain it will soon rid me entirely of kid ney trouble cfsFosterMilbuYork sole agents for the United States Remember the naraa Doans and take no other jylm New Use For Tobacco The Farmers Home Journalsays Train loads of tobacco are now bee lug fed to sheep and Its no longer will tobacco prevent and cure stomach worms and is it safe to feed iti Let the educators andexperiment alists say what they will the tobacco treatment is doing the work nIl ovor the land Tobacco either in the pro prietory medicines and foods are fe alone with salt is saving hundreds of thousands of lambs and that means the salvation of thousands of flockmcn who had almost given up in despair their fight against these stomach an intestinal posts J tbe nCr1idof tobacco it three times a youhogscondition you willnoto a radical change in threeweeks r P o e and wo will call upon you r How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff Wo desire to say that when we took the agency for ZBM O IVQ were convinced that It was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandrujf Yet we must frankly admit that Zemohas fat exceeded our expectations a treatment for skin diseases WearepltlUJed to state iiiatwo shall continue the agency as Hemp leas given spiwlkl results vhoreverreeommoatledi Our customers like too because it is a clean vexabld liquid for oxtermad u Zewio offoctH its curcsby drawing to til surfaee of the sjcfa ap i d6strbyingth JfayJneE wiltlNt slgtiio t pr lhaen ecdtwabe- used f rMVy on Infants With ecervpurehase We jhr a book letoti skip iiltieitaesexplaiaing lit ifaipto bow any pereot oil M- gftptsny1ttes i ter1o JtI WrM = t v L h mm mI The Potato Jag Under elief that soa k ing ones feet in water in which botatoes in large quan tities have been crushed will give one a delightful sense of intoxication many residents of the Poor Woods Run District Pittsburg Penn have been acting queerly of late but it was not until the other day that the secret of the potato jag was made known to public Several were arrested while under the influence and Joseph Griner one of those arrested explained to Magistrate Christopher Saam how these cheap drunks were accumulatedTwenty days to jail for jagsthatto draw the line somewhere said the Magistrate Success There is but one way out of poverty for the generality of mankind and is down right hard work economy mandrawsleeves and wade in This everlasting waiting for some thing to turn upwaiting to step into dead mens shoes will terminate your career as dependentdand filling space without a lifeWakecoursingfup your head clean your face thatfrubbish b ythe wayside where it belongs Move for ward clear the track and oflifewant to seize with a tena willunfold imaginedorI drawJI fantasy and if you possess enough grit and stamina you tolifejthlootingowe Their possessions to owetheirchance Thus farr greater permsverance1push spendinglest rtltomReatx1 Bargain Tables of Shoes and Slippers +Broken sizes andodd lotsquality first classo rice 2 to 199mSweep Out Price 99cto Misses and Childrens Shoes and Slip ffipers at cutr prices See our broken lots i and odd sizes in childrens shoes and FIslippers Almost Any Price PRICES II tlf North Yf at lambs Feed week owP ZoHSd the the We Call Your Attention to the Celebrated H 0 0 si Corn Planter The Genuine Brown and New Weste- rnCULTIVATORS Double Shovel and Drag Harrowsr the very best 9ods and in a class 1 almost to themselves Come and apurchaseit Taylor OldhamDealers in LinePhoneStreet Lost Having lost a certificate of stock in tho Richmond Steam Laundry I hereby givo notico that I will make appli cation for same to bo reissued J20lt IT It tfbvis For Sale or Rent tQoSoutbI IIiIlpikeH346 J T Hubbard Estray respondstowas lettartofDeatherageand cash420traccitJentinsurimce Have Fifty Bran New Silk Dresses just in From 750 to 300a tin Taffeta Foulards and Tussf and Rajah They were sent here to sell at the price Come- Lots Jumpmg of Good Things Here it B11 Walkei + 11It Fitfing by Mrs Moorethe best u jfl i138 ieoond Street n l i r