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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i Jt y IJft rJ 5t TME- t F I RICHMOND CLIMAX1 6 t f it a i 37ti YEAR r RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1910 NUMBER 11gyp 2 uu WALL PAPER Your Youngster Will Kneel I Burnside Robinson Coal Lime Cement Sand Plaster Material Warehouse L PHONE RICHMOND Ninetyfive cent of business and professional people will be represented in our Big Edition and you desire to be with anil in dont you oft is- o buy lne paper in admiration of tho flour that delicious bread cako or pic so dearly loves use Flour are suprised and delight ed at heartiness of childrens and their freedom from ordinary Try a sack yourself Tho will a lot more thats than medicine Salt and Office and N 142 per the Industrial the majority aid boosting Richmond Brick For Wo have just burned two brick kilns and are prepared to furnish good brick on application Moberly Brick tf Moberly Ky Im Convinced You Give SquareDea The above compliment was paid us by a f satisfied customer hence dont you believe U there must be others of the same opinion peorfple with fierce competion on all sides we have in eight years built up a Banking busi ness of over 12500000 Resources Peoples Bank of rain Lick Ky L Woods Pres W Fish VPres W G per Cashier O N Terrill Cashier rUT rooT OlSStCTID IMISPIACCD The Right Way to get good work paper from an up andget an uptodate hanger that produces he Mothers who our Oblisquo the the appetites ills children eat but better buying on R R to Sale Co E C Kern Asst date Bury the croker out in the wood in a beautiful hole in dtpecker pecks and the bumblebee bums and the straddle bugs straddle around He is no good to the city push too practicable stingy and Ilea 1 but he wants the whole earth and all of its crust and the stars that shine over head Then hustle him off to the bumblebees roost and bury him deep in the ground hes of no use here get him out of the way and make room for the man that is sound Bedford Bulletin Free Sample Aids Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later years causes the manychangesgestive organs thobowelssuCferheadachebelchingeating and similar annoyances It Is tint openandas to pet them to again do their work purgativeworkjustexperimentIng convincedthatthen try Dr Caldwells Pepsin amild gentle pleasanttasting laxative tonic that Is especially adapted to tho requirements of old people women and children and yet Is effective enough for handledIttury will sell you a bottle for fifty cents or one dollar but If you want to make moneysendsamplebottleThis remedy Is rapidly displacing all other forms of medication for the euro andtamlllesmore IlL and Mrs Carrie Cullers of DendIndhouse They have tested It and know Ita thetamllypleasedto tothefree of charge Explain your case In a detailFor orIIwell building Monticello 111 SOLI BY ALL DRUGGISTS What Say About Foot Richmond Messrs Brothers I am a school teachers consequent ly am on feet a great deal and suffered with tired ach r ing feet After a trial I find the Foot Eazer C 1 supports bought from you give me much relict and I never to be without them again v Very Respectfully Miss Willie L Traynor Kentucky Messrs Hamilton Brothers suffered for years and years with t corns bunions and callouses on my feet I could scarcely walk and could not sleep at nights I tried 5 every remedy I heard of but not until I bought a pair permanentr+ bling and can rest at nights Money would not buy my Foot Eazers unless I could get another pair UylYJeff Stone g Hamilton Brothers v Gentlemen I have worn the pair of Foot Eazprs coutyours Kentucky my feet most of the time and suffered intense pain in my feet for a long time V But comfort come when I bought a pair of your Foot 4t JUazers Now I can stand on feet all day Q7 ing the pain I would not be without them Very Respt W E Blanton Phone 412 W P BAXTER The Dollar Just a dollar on a mission sent makes a lot of people glad each time the coin is spent You pay it to the butcher for the meat to give you he takes it to the grocer from whom itgoes at length for some pretty bit of cloth or lace his better half to buy or help to get her summer bat to make her rival sigh The dry goods man sent on the coin to pay the market bill and though the coin is often spent it stays a dollar still and every time tis spent at home some act of good is done in local industries its bound to make them run But if you take the shining coin and briakjthe local chain the chances are that from afar twill not return again If once it passes out of town the butcher and the baker the grocer and the dry goods man the furniture man and the the wagon man and the shoe man and the printer everyone touchIsun l coin at home just keep it good twill sell That single little dollar has thus a won derous power to make some body happy a dozen times an hour It pays the bill Viand wards off ill and neer its power relaxes to soothe the doctor buy the coaland pay for clothes and taxes Shelby Record Notice Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of Golden and Flora ate requested to file same properly proven as required by law on or before Sept 1 1010 or same will be barred 4t C H Pigg Assignee t UP in spring and summer its uphealth is Natures best and quick DnanlatI Little Things That Count Little drops of water pour ed into the milk give the lovely gowns of silk Little grains of theagrocers sand make the grocers assets swell to beat the band Little bowls of custard humble though they seem help enrich the fellow selling pure ice cream Little rocks and bowlders little chunks ofslate make the coal mans fortune something fierce and great Little ads well writ ten printed nice and neat give the joyful merchant homes on Easy streetWalt Masou in Farm and ranch Review Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Home Rem edy- If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr Perry the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recom mended for Eczema Blackheads Pim ples Dandruff Totter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of Xcrao Mr Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured in youiown home without an inconven ienceor loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation tf Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write- J A STBVESS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky ta 0011 PhoneWALLWe Go Carts Sell why will find most luxurious bed I STEARNS FOSTER I x MATTRESS Iis that the natural springiness of the is times by the Special Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully you call Sixty jignts Trial 1050 1350 and L Oldharn LackeyUnder- taking Telephone 76 a SpecialtyDav 136 229 W S O R O L Fire Life Accident and Health Insur ante in the very best old line 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 650 lbs Owner can have same by proving property and pay ing all charges B B Reynolds Paint Lick Ky R RI Dont wait untill your house burns to think about insurance See Dan II Breck tf Have you any wool It so bring it to us and get best market prices 420tf GOTT BROS No More FOOT TroublesNO MORE TIRED FEET the resting devised Consists springs spring German leather covered springs together German allowed Foot 1st even pressure to all feet high or low the bodys weight it to toe the double spring feature and on does or the The old stock for you tine Eczema A Germ Dscasc Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has battled them is to find some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them Xomo the clean external treatment has solved this dimculty by drawing the germs to the surface of tho skin and destroying the germ life that causes tho diseases The whole method of treat mentand cure by Zemo is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by the makers of Zemo It tells how to dure yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of the skin and scalp Call at Perrys Drug Store for booklet and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized tho treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp tf s The Foot Eazer eases the feet This most foot ever of two base plate and unner of Silver These are with silver rivits at heel and are to be free in front and either from heel the top plate slides back forth the under nQt cut gouge insole standard A Broken Down Arch just the at just the Foot Eazer in How It Arch Bono strain and on the that hold the it is easy to wear and has a to the a cure in so that can wear and be V- 8th to all forms of tired feet and limbs also severe cases Can be worn in any shoe of the ills of are or or flat A all men we fit to a as are la pair of and and Cement and All of Corner Main and B 85 nutteD roar tnowuisiamor AIQ TIMMm QCI rasmos Buy a of Eazer Tired Aching or Limbs Weak Ankles Corns Bunions Callouses and caused by relieved corrected wearing the Eazer Read Eazer Kentucky Hamilton Gentlemen thorough jfihiP Richmond Gentlemen Kentucky- Messrs Richmond withoutfeel slightest strength booming carpenter blacksmith THE FOOT yearScotts Emulsion milkmans daughter Retire Liquid Veneer Web when 1600 2250 by Winchester cotton practical device supporting finely tempered rivited These Features Most Unique Selfadjusting instep- 2ndEqualizes bybridging springhence 4thGives right pressure right ShoeShows sputSupportsselfadjusting instantly relieves all muscular pressure membranes 6thAs springy tendency develop muscles thus enabling complete 7thLight weight everyone instantly benefitted Applicable unnoticeable FOOT AT Half caused weak broken down arch foot Foot Eazer anddachesRemember them Foot Eazers stop your grunting Eazers 2 PAPER f One reason you the In the magnifiedmany Free LR RiantonWholesale Retail Coal Feed Salt SandtLime Kinds Plaster Str- eetsTELEPHONE Pair Foot Supports Feet Rheumatism si Flat ootmstantly and permanently Foot Others Brothersu timeI Ie Telephone ACHING GAZER Make Eazers 3rdVith 5thBeing articulations permanently EAZERSRETAIL 200 relieves Foot PairIiII Material Read What Your Friends Say About Foot Eazers Richmond Kentucky 1 Messrs Hamilton Brothers Jli Gentlemen Your Foot Eazer Arch Supports 1 are the greatest relief I have ever found They dis tribute the weight of the body over the entire bottom of the foot and by raising the center the ball of foot and heel are not only relieved of so much weight but the foot is Pafor Bard thereby 61 allowingcorns and bunions to cure up I cannot praise them too highly Very truly yours 1 N B Turpin tJMessrsGentlemen For months I suffered with cramp ed pains in my feet which I thought was rheumatism and was unable to attend to my store duties Only K1 after I had spent money and time on different remedies and springs did I find what would cure me Your IJ Foot Dazers slid the work satisfactorily for me Now I work in my store every day I cheerfully recom mend them to my friends Very Respt G W Richmond KentuclytMessrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen I have been wearing the pair of JFoot Eazers or Braces sold by you and the results have been very satisfactory to me I have used sev jeral kinds of instep supports and without doubt yours are far superior to any others and must be used by anyone needing them to be appreciated Yours truly H C Rice jRichmond Kentucky Messrs Hamilton Brothers JGentlemen Your Foot Eazers are all you claim for them Respt J N Horne JMessrs Hamilton Brothers JI can not say too much for your Foot Eazer Sup ports Yours truly 7m Martin jA s 31o if J Hamiltonf Brotherst f3i = t J sc r7 5 11 This Is Theo Timeo- f of the year wh mothers are think Ingot school dresses and fabrics An inspection of our stock will con fi vince you that we are headquarters r for lovely t lNcHAISMadras l I Our showing of midsummer mater ials is superb We carry a full line h1of Novelties and you will make a mistake if yon dontvisit our Drapery 1 department Our stock includes everything to be found in an upto date Dry Goods Store H OWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY YOU ARE WELCOME TO OUR REST ROOM Corner 1st Main The Richmond Climax IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated AD MILLER EDITOR Minder PRESS ud i C i FEtlCE 100 PER YEAR Jt IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUG 17 1910 Democratic Ticket FOR CONGRESS lION HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln County AnnouncementsFOR Venre authorized to announce ELNEK EATIIE AGE a candidate for Sheriff of Nfl4lISofl county subject to the action of Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN E BALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Mad ison county subject to the action of the Democratic parly FOR JAILER Venre authorized tonnnotiuceMORGAJJ TAYLOR a candidate for Joilerof Madison county subject to the action ofthe Democratic party IP the delegates to the Tenth District Congressional convention lield in this city represented tho sentiments or their respective counties and it is reasonable to suppose they did Senator McCreary will get the instruction of every county X inthe Tenth District for Governor says t the Jit Sterling Sentinel Democrat A number of delegates told us that it was hard to find a Democrat in the mountains that was opposed to McCreary and that all arced that he was the man to redeem Kentucky All Tuesday morn ing delegates flocked to Senator Mc Crearys room at tho National Hotel and pledged him their support Senator McCreary was accompanied hero by his f rfriend Thomas J Smith of Richmond jVho of the most genial and popularyoung i w men in the State THEUK seems to be something hold back in the Wendling case which the public does not understand Why is helot like other accused criminals brought to Louisville immediately and lodged in jail and why is Col John Whallen so interested that ho has to go West to meet him Why is ho stopped at St LouisT Why when the habeas corpus proceedings aro dismissed there is he A carried across tho river into Illinois instead of being brought to Kentucky The public dont like this kind of fool it fisTiness and it wants to know if there i- snmt in the meal tub It is up to the officers who have Wendling in their charge to take the public in their confi dence Elizabethtown New ExGovEuxon McCrearys deter rinUatipn to make the race for the Democratic nomination for Governor been most favorably received jkroughput the State It has filled the JJi1itant democracy as Mr James hopes and expectancy for fcthoy realize that ho is just about the HEtrongcst man they could select to xarry their banner Mr McCreary is r imlxttl up with none of the factions in ttie arty is entirely free from any relations with Whallenism and the XiouUviHo Tammany which we think will wfri for him tho nomination with wput much troubloMldway Clipper i n MB CHAS T WHITE one of the best iknown newspaper men in the State vlil leave August 20 for St Petersburg Florida where h will be associated with Hon Lew B Brown in the capacity of city and telegraph editor of Hid Daily Independent a paper Mr Brown has successfully conducted for several years Mr White was for werly with Mr Brown on the Harrods burg Democrat which was term Ted the model weekly newspaper of Xentucky and his many friends wish iwiiiiuchsuccess in his new field- AiocxzR Republican has ben led toe slaughterhouse of politics This itiiae it is Col R L Ewcll of Jessamine i1lttywho was nominated at Danville t make the race against Qwi ressman Helm in this district- isrriiipi Col Ewpll accepts the nomina itfcn for the honor attached not iwitk any hops of enjoying the eraolu ef This office as his chances for JactkHi are as slim as a lace curtain bad L a TfoHf A FiprDBrRD has been select vari Hgr ihDcocracy of the Teeth iGuuiriioil district to make the race L1nM the present incubcnf JWJelrRepubloa for reeSMr Byrdwill r Aum the TatDis tricti aplA it whsrs H sbewict Iwve beei for the pMt four ytm p UM Democratic I Mtly takw two to JIa1 e s quarrel but iM OhM tkfti s Me4 ytrtf ffl ftljftk Mm fc MIIII ii THAT Chesterfieldian gentleman Col Robert G Evans of Doyle county is being prominently mentioned for Lieu tenantGovernor of Kentucky Colonel Evans isa very popular man and has a wide acquaintance thoughout the state and should he decide to enter into the combat will make it exceedingly interesting for his opponents YIIAT a hustling time we would have if all people believed that now is the only time in this world to do things DEPISSE not the day of small things If you would master the violin you must play second fiddle first IT is queer to notice what extreme hatred there is for high heels by women who cant wear them HAD you over stopped to consider how closely akin souvenir hunters and shop lifters are IT is rather remarkable how few cooking school girls pan out well IT is true that a close friend will not always let you have mon- eyPERSONALS Mr C C Wallace was in Danville last week Miss Gladys Perry spent last week in Lexington LexingtonWednesday Miss Mablo Rayburn is visiting in Winchester Mrs R 0 Boggs is at homo from Crab Orchard Miss Laura Chrisman of Paris is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs S E Scott spent last week In Lexington Mr Joe Cain Jr is visiting friends and relatives in Louisville spendingherMr and Mrs Ed Moberly of Lexing ton are visiting Mrs C D Miller was hostess of the French Mission Circle Monday Miss Cary Rico has as her guest Miss Pauline Eversole of Boonevillo Mrs Everett Witt is at home from an extended sojourn in California Miss Willie Traynor spent last week with Mrs David Martin at Conway Mr and Mrs W W Hendren of this county have been visiting in Danville Mrs James Moore is enjoying a trip to Niagara and other points of interest Misses Fannie and Eliza Bush of Winchester are visiting in this county Mrs R J White left Thursday fjr three weeks at French Lick Springs Ind Miss Cynthia Foster spent several days in Lexington last week and attended the FairLittle Miss Eugenia Hume of Louisville is visiting relatives and friends heroMrs Newton Combs ana son of Lexington have been visiting Mrs J W Virginia Pitts of Whites Station spent several days last week in Lexing ton Mrs T J McCray of North Middle tOWI spent Saturday with Mrs P F AdamsMr Ray of Louisville is spend ing two weeks with Mr T A Campbell and family Miss Hattie Noland and Miss Willie Mae Deatherage are sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Dean of Owensboro has been tho guest of her brother Mr Hale Dean and wife Mr C F Higgins reached homo Sun day from a weeks sojourn at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Wolfo Campbell visited Lexington jncidentallyenjoed Mrs J D Allen of Carlisle was a guest last week of her parents Mr and Mrs J W Zaring MadgeBurnamlauqua New York CityMonelison on Broadway Nolanc1ofUnionCityhas several weeks visit Dr and Mrs Martin CrookepofCo1 umbus Ga are the g118tils Miss Sue Smith Mr Sam Hagan loft Tuesday on a prospecting trip to Tampa DeLand and other points in Florida Miss Stoner of Texas who has been visiting Mrs L P Evans left last week for a visit to Mt Sterling Mr Frank Soper whofeas been visit big relatives in the eeaaifr has return ed to BlooMington Jil Col D RFrltMrettlmM lIaitayHawetl JooBreckthe Coofedenrte r uilea Dr WiiU m Crow gC Abndor Va hM been vtaiting Ire KisbUi on OIIS Xs Ida C1smbir Is illIeis two weaks riii kiandiIlaiivw in Leno burr XtvW iSlEawo fJ btdwlh INettieuyt1JOUtt to Islington for ewj ra we to r MiviH Mrs amuJ6s Qfttg Brrym n and children have rataiMd frow a dIlgIAttUl visit in Lexington Mrs JT Hnbtawd left Monday lot MMtiHsville Inatuna where MM will undergo treatment los rheumatUw Mr G WPickeJiJr of Urbw 1M arriv a Sunday to visit lila parents Mr ant Mrs GW4 Piekftfc en Third streeC- Miwes RUh Mabel and Fteoi Gray otLoaisvilte are the attractive guests of Mrs Harry IIll1s on Glyadoa aveaue Mr Charlie Roes George ef KHAogf Coiaon a tour through Canada Sand will stop at Niagara Falls enreute home Mrs Lizzie Shackelford Mrs LoR Blanton and Mrs Lindsey Blanton spent lastveekat Crab Orchard Hattie Lee Million and Kath leen Bales were in Lexington last week visiting Mrs A M Spotswood on Bell court West- Professor and Mrs Bufflnglon and daughter loft Monday for Now Vjonnat Ohio after a short visit to Mr and Mrs A J Suit Miss Mary Thomas who has spent several months hero with relatives and friends has returned to her home in Mississippi Mrs Hayden of Valley View will entertain this evening in honor of her granddaughters Maude and Edna Haycdn of this city Miss Bernice Orr who und rwont an operation for appendicitis in this city returned Thursday to her home at Big Stone Gap Va Mrs J B Harris and daughters Misses Lela and Bessie Mrs Ed Powell and son and Mrs Irvine Roberts aro at French Lick Springs Stanford Journal Miss Katherine Melvin of Crab Orchard has returned home after a delightful visit with the Misses Parrish of Richmond daughterMisslast week for a visit to Miss Lucy Adams on Woodland avenue Mr and Mrs T H Collins and Miss Henrietta Luxon went to Lexington last Wednesday in Mr Collins machine and enjoyed a day at tho fair Messrs D B Shackelford R R Burnam and C L Searcy have returned from Chicago where they attended the triennial Conclave of Knight Templar Mr and Mrs Julian Van Winkle of Louisville who are well known here are enjoying a western trip taking in Yellowstone Park and other points of A J Tribble celebrated his seventyfifth anniversary Monday at his home near town Quite a number cJ friends were present and enjoyed an elaborate dinner Mrs J A Stevens and daughter Regina who have been spending several weeks in Clark county are now at engagedinMiss Mayme Campbell who returned Saturday from a delightful stay at Crab Orchard Springs loft Monday company with Miss Bessie Harris for aI visit to Louisville friends Mrs Harry B Hanger entertained with a sacred musicale Sunday afternoon in honor of liar guests Mr and Mrs Pryor Miss Carolyn Goff and Mr Mc Chcsnoy of Lexington Miss Goff pos singingMrs Louis Ncule and children have been visiting i n Danvillo The Advocate says Master Louis Neale Jr entertained a number of his little friends yesterday afternoon at the home of his uncles Messrs George and John McRoberts on Broadway Mrs R E Adams and children of Louisville and Mrs Clarence Egbert and Miss Ethelyn Egbert of Lexington are guests of Mrs Amanda T Million Mrs Adams was formerly Miss Viola Million of this city and has many friends who welcome her back to her girlhood home- MissMary D PickcIs was hostes Fri day afternoon of the Bridge Club in honor of Mrs G W Pickels of Urbana Ill The affair was a lovely porch party the tables being arranged on the large varanda An elegant lunch was served at the conclusion of the games Mrs Thomas Phelps Mrs J W Caperton and Miss Jamie Capcrton are expected home in a few days from summer trip abroad They arrived in New York last week but will visit Niagara and other points of interest before coming on to Kentucky Miss Van Grecnleaf entertained charmingly Tuesday afternoon for her guest Mrs Albert McKay of Macon Ga It was a lawn party delightful refreshments being served at small tables in the yard Mrs A H Faris presided at the frappe bowl and many guests responded to invitations Miss Grcenleaf was further assisted bj her cousin Miss Kautrman of Lancaster Mayfield Messenger Mist Itebccca Rice of Richmond Ky arrived in this city Friday afternoon on a visit to Mrs Walter Mason Mrs Mason and Miss Rice were room mates while in Jessa mine Female Institute at Nicholasville Ky and this is their first renewing of old acquaintanceship since they were in school Lancaster Record Eugena Arnold of Richmond visited Mr and Mrs W H Ward last weekMiss Lillian Cochrauattended a house party in Ricl mond last week given by Misses Mary and Alma LackoyMisses EllaMae and Nancy Lee Hagan have returned home after a very pleasant visit to their aunts at Silver Creek and Richmond John W Snowden wife and son Earl and daughter Miss Mildred Sf Los Angeles Cal are visiting Dr John A Snowden and wife at Paint Lick Mr Snowdon took Grcoleys advice and wont West some twentyfive materiallyinhissunset family are intensely enjoyine the visit homeWinc4esterDemocrat I Lexington Leader Mr L E Lane a prominent jeweler of Richmond Ky accompanied b Mrs Lane and their tw interesting twin daughters Misses Marguerite and Florrio Lana came over Wednesday afternoon in their new automobile and are the guests of Mr and Mrs R Lee Davis of 255 South remainingdayssister of Mrs Davis From here they will go to Mt Sterling Kentucky for a few days visit to Mr Lanes reIn tives Miss Cary Rice entertained with a shirtwaist party Friday morning in honor of herguest Miss Pauline Ever sole of Booneville and Miss L land Glover of Kansas City who is spending the summer with her uncle Mr N B- Deathierage and wife Tho feature of the morning was a guessing contest shirtwaistg1rltoldMisS Anna Mae Walker won the trophy seryedTheMiss Rices guests and was enjoyed by a large number of Richmond societybuds News of Interest tpRichmefld relatives and friends is titS announcement of theengageatent of Mr Hubert LeGrand Cornelison formerly of this city to Miss Grace Campbell of Jacksonville Flit the announcement was made at an elegant lunehMi given on the eleventh of August by UM Campbell to a neat beT of her friends Mr CorroKsoa is a SOB of Mr and Mrs Edward OttMliMfl lHkiAgJacklorwiUe1 to oneoC Met known famIlieean4haaho- hece of fritnii who will b plMd totMM of V aeQth1AocIweehabe fl mt School Music AUyMMrtc who fateiHi to lwt their biMrwi take piaaotMMtu M the City lblIarrletParril11town Kisa ida IHM bee ng f8d aU IloMtT ot nwJlavr tb piaao IMKKU Ii psreIe- wlUda wo to i4MtPrrtohtortr Jkfc WMk M tlMte a6I- uFSIt o L V t lmprovtm Jto and CJy f i at SteTht1 Iti mIsakusyIhthe Normal a olkMwd during his vacation X visit to u sehpol iyiUj iQw a very bwy some of ttvif LltiH bitildings are open daily aiM ia pres of noo V Mmui Imprveatent JMtCtt1bert 8eri and his offloe ioroe are M b y M bees inaugurating B3W pleas arid scliemw in the b ua1eass i4er4arnL President CrabSe Kat1Iis ktAlJyandlatedovolepbM the dataite ef tile new courses of study both in formal and ModeL Tht c mpgk Hi pllt in splendid shape and as tile new Year Book truly says it ion of the most beautiful in the South In the Faculty some changes are noted this summer which take effect Sept 1 Mr Morton W Wilson A Bof Olivet College will bb in the deparU ment of Mathematics He has had a most successful teaching experience in Olivet College and Hinsdalo High School Miss Mariinna Doverell a graduate ofthe Dlhiois State Normal Uni versity is to be teaeher of Grades I and II in tho Model School She has for several years boon doing excellent primarywork in DecaturPublic Schools In 1004 Miss Deverell taught in Madison Institute with great succeus Miss Margaret Black is to teach Fifth and Sixth Grades in the Model She was educated in RandolphMacon AVomans College and University of Michigan and is a graduate of the Western Illinois State teachIerWisconsin is an enivable one Miss Jenny L Green graduate of the Illinois State Normal University and a teacher of several years successful experience will be the teacher of Seventh and Eight Grades in the Model Among the new faces that will be seen at State Normal is that of Roscoe Gilmore Scott who comes from Michigan State Agricultural College Department of English He is an A B graduate of Franklin College and has done a good deal of graduate work in University of Chicago Ho is a literary man of no mean reputation a magazine writer of stories verse and live articles His humor is found weekly in Judge Mr Scott is brilliant fellow a splendid teacher and a good talker The Nor mal and Richmond is to bo congratulat cd iir and sirs Scott will go to housekeeping in Richmond about Sept Englishlrlso assist in the High School department Prof Clyde H Wilson the recently elected head of the department of Manual Arts and Physical Education at the Normal spent two days in Richmond last week looking over the situation Ho was entertained at Dr Crabbos on tho Summit Prof wilson is a grad unto of Hickman College y and a graduate in Manual Arts Ohio State sRisBachelorsdegree Mr Wilson has made a fine impression at Richmond and from what he States ho believes that Richmond is one of the most charming towns in Kentucky and tho Normal the garden spot of the earth Ho will return about the 22nd instant to supervise the remodeling of the Gym nasium and changes in the Manual Training Buildin- gEnoyingMotor Tour Through The North The following letter from Mr John dCIlightrulMrs Gibson and Dr Young and wife We left from our house 1010 Monday for Cincinnati yia Boonesboro Winchester Paris Cynthiana Falmouth Independence and Covington stopping at Winchester for dinner and in Covington for supper The run by pike was 117 miles to Covington After supper we went up river on Kentucky side to Dayton passing through Bellevuo and Newport The next morning I saw cyclometer for entire Mondays run was 123 miles Wo spent the day Tuesday in Cincinnati leaving at 410 p m and on account of bad condition of Harrison pike and hard rain we ran slowly for first 25 miles We reached Conn rsville Ind 57 miles from Cincinnati where we passed the night Wednesday we went by Rush villa to Indianapolis whore we spent two hours for dinner and at 2 p m left for Lafayette 130 miles reaching there at 7 p m Thursdays run finished the trip We loft Lafayette at 730 a m and got to this hotel at 4 p m After reaching city limits at Hamlin Ind we had to slow down to eight miles an hour This is 22 miles from center of Chicago In the morning we start to Detroit We hope to reach Nibs Michigan 03 miles out which is said to be the worst part of tho jour nay of 272 miles This is the way to tour You can see Hall this way JoiN R Gussox Fund N Used There is one fund in the State Treasury that will not be overdrawn for a while The automobilotax is by law to bo placed in the Good Roads Fund Just exactly what this is or how it is to be used nobody knows Tho legislature which created tho fund said nothing as to how it shall bo distributed or for what purpose As it is the fund will accumulate Until a future legislature provides how it shall be spout Mr Rot R Burnam has added to his Fire Insurance Companies The Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co a Kentucky company with f500 000 capita and surplus Support a home institution and demand a policy in this new corn pany tf Ruthtoa Miss Marguerite Hurt from Lancas ter has been visiting Mrs David Bogie EmaUne Azbill from Kirksville has been spending fortnight with Mrs 0 M Cruse Messrs and Mesdames Egbert Lewis and Ben Fotey and children from Kings ton were guests ef Mrs Henry White recently Mr and Mrs feyteTWehMftson from Peytoht w nxviiiloen Visiting their da ght riM1SItie4Cn ielbuteoaflIsiCisi beuOIt able to NIIueherdtaie5 a rfrtiint itGr0ItapeiA nubetor b os from titia pie- cesndotsof UM eocnty thh tsueJam cIlUdem aNews ha reached friend aiC rcte lives hort rttt recent d Uh of irvioe Cru e o Bloomingtoiu flL I Med oWi1W111111 recent ei where he bad any Ja aw i 1 Ba5C I D 1fG ssRchmondAt- igut 19 and 20 Shelbyvfe August 23 Lexinetofi f August 26 land 27 Fririkfort Games at 330 p m Admission 25c Wen Lost PwtV Paris J 5731 6 W Ijexiasteir46 43 517 RICHMOND 47 A4 5UI Fraakfort 45 43 511 WfMluiiCH 42 47 4- 72Shibyvllhi2 6 ala Baseball The Colts defeated Jibe Pioneers at Lexington Wedhee4ay afternoon in a very exciting game by the score of 3 to 2 Wills was on the mound for Rich mond anti allowed eight scattering hits while Robbins allowed only five hits It required eleven inning to decide the contestRichmond administered a coat of white wash to the Colts at Pioneer park Thursday afternoon winning a beAuti- ful game by the score of 4 to 0 Allison was in the box for Richmond allowed the visitors only two hits Kline for the Colts suffered two bad innings allowing the Pioneers a total of nine hitsThe Pioneers defeated Lexington Friday in one of the most exciting games of the season by the score of 5 to 3 Creagor and Knox were on the mound for Richmond and Kellogg did the twirling for the Colts The Hustlers defeated the Pioneers at Winchester Saturday afternoon by a score of 5 to 3 The score was 2 to I in favor of Richmond until the sixth in fling when the Hustlers found Knoxs curves and before the side was retired five runs were made and the gnmo cinched for the Winchester boys Frankfort won the first game of a double header at the Capitol CitySun day by the score of 5 to 4 The second game was won by Richmond 2 to I Richmond defeated the Paris team Monday in one of the most exciting games seen hero this season 2 to 0 Allison pitched for the locals and Poole for Paris Neither side was able to get a run across the plate until tho eighth inning when the Paris aggregation took a little ascension and when tho dust had cleared away Richmond had two scores to the good Mr Shackelfords Chivalry Cost Him Bad Scare The following notice from a Chicago newspaper will be of interest hero and enjoyed by the friends of Mr Shackel ford who was hero in a splendid joke while attending the Knights Templar Conclave in Chicago J For once in his life a Kentucky colonel found himself in a queer predicament yesterday because of his courtly politeness extended previously to a young woman at the reception tendered by the Knights Templar of Tiis state Past Commander Shackelford was the man who suffered tho unhappy quarter hour Answering n telephone call at the Congress Hotel ho heard a sweet voice sayingOh Colonel Shackclford I am going away this afternoon You aro going to say goodbye to me arentyou- I certainly am replied Colonel Shackelford though I am most sorry to hear that you are going away Who in thunder can this bol You remember me dont you Indeed it would be quite impossible to forget you Ye gcdi Who is she Help help V You know you sid that Twos the most charming girl you had met in Chicago And I never retract anything I5oy I was sure of it when I said it 1 am surer of it now Say this is awful Well I expect to meet some friends in the parlor in half an hour and I shall hopo to see you Now dont forget Goodby Goodby 1 shall be there Goodby First ho importuned some other Ken tuckians after pledging them tosocrecy but they could not help him and one said Why Shackeltord you said tho same thing to abe fa dooea women at thee Iori Se1K JfeappolstedtlmeCoJenel Shackelford went forth to the parlors d when lie returned his face was wreathed in smiles How OO tittwathe anxious query Oeatlemenas a member of the Mv seatc fraternity and as a Southern gen tleatan let us talk about t weather Thea he smiled some mor- eResolution Hall of Masonic Lodge F AM rio 183Sunday Aug lllh 1910 BrehranIAgain the messenger Death has ourimons was for our last Charter member William Price Prewitt was born In Madison county March 23rd 1841 and had therefore just entered the allotted period of three score years and ten He spent his whole life in our county and was as widely known as almost any citizen His life was one of service He was elected several times as Magistrate under the old Constitution from his district and no word of reproach was ever cast upon him for such service because he voted always and acted for his countys best interest He was a devoted churchman Early in life ho professed his faith in Christ and was ever loyal to his standwd LodgeNospicuous figure in the Grand Lodge of Kentucky He was ever loyal to the order and believed its principles con tained those which taught the great doctrines of the brotherhood of man and tho Fatherhood of God His life simple and unostentatious was filled with kind words and loyal deeds for both the order and those who had claim upon him It has been said that he was the first member of the Grand Lodge who over threw a coin on tho stage to the children of tho home at their annual entertainments Those brethern who have seen one of these entertainments in recent years know what this means now Therefore be it resolved that in his death wo have lost a brother whom all shall miss and his family a devoted husband and loving Father 2 That a copy of these resolutions be spread at large on our minutes printed both in a county paper and the Masonic Journal and sent to his family 3 That we tender to his widow and loved ones our sincere sympathy and express the confident assurance that ho Who tempers the wind to the shorn lamb will hear their prayers and comfort them in their distress 4 That we follow his remains to the grave and there deposit them with the usual formalities of our order JOE T LONG RCFHS BLAKEMAN SAML H Ross- Committee Cook Farms Firt Annual Sale Friday September thirtieth Greatest event of the kind ever held in Kentucky 50 saddle mares colts and fillies 50 jen nettsand colts all registered Catalogues now ready Everyone of the jennetts should bo kept In Kentucky J F CoOK 8154t Lexington Ky Now For Work While you are reading your Climax this week we will be hard at work preparing for the publication of our big Industrial Edition The articles are nearly all written tho photographs have with a few exceptions been taken and sent to the engravers tho paper has been ordered and is on its way hone and all hands are earnestly interested in getting together the various things nec essary in getting out this edition of Richmond which will be tho largest finest and most comprehensive ever at tempted in Central Kentucky When the Bride- Receives a Gift of silver or jewelry that comes from here she has something she will appreciate all Her life long For we handle only the dependable qualities orwe couldnt give a guarantee with each purchase as wocIIf you have a wed ding girt to make you can do no better than to chose it here F J YEAGERMAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY N V WHITEI The Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ing our shelves also a complete showing of i4JYScbool Dress J Materials We carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and Hambiurgs are Unsurpassed Our cash system c of doing business enables us to iveo customers j Especially Low Prices i We are always glad k Jiave you call and inspect our goods J = i L r N v WillIE c ut 2 e OWFb4i iItI R1cBMoD 1 J1 t ltI ii L1llLL I Jci 1tBUyA r u Standard Rotary Sewing Niachiri ig 7fJrYf1t feS i j fjL Cash or Easy Payments LUMANANDHIGfilNP fc Furniture Carpets and Stoves y Opposite Hotel Glyndon Main Street Headquarters for Sewing Machines and Supplies allmakes An Experts Opinion Ol Ski Diseases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific experience he has never found so hard a dis ease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend Zemoas a most successful remedy for tho treatment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp lie says that not only do its curative qualities make it popular but also the fact that it is clean liquid remedy for external use A great improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not cnly unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zcmo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of Zemo and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure youhome elf with Zemo tf The contest closes Aug 27 and I will greatly appreciate your Normal City Laundry coupons if not pledged to others Mrs Maybelle Newsom rtCommissioner Wylie Burns Admr hrs Pltffs Va Wylie Burns Heirs Defdts Under and by virtue of a judgment and order ot sale in the above styled action rendered at the May term 1010 of the Madison Circuit Court the under signed Master Commissioner of said court will on thursdaySept 15 1910 At 2 oclock p m on the premises proceed to sell to the highest and best propertyViztracts of land landTractlandTractTract No 5 contains 79 15 acres of land Said five tracts of land Is bounded on bytheWylieBurnsWm Burns etc The Commissioner will offer tract Nos 2 and 3 separately and then as a whole moneywillseparatelythenwill offer tract Nos 1 2 3 and 5 as a whole and the bid producing the most money will be accepted These farms are good land and in small farms and is a splendid opportunity to buy a good farm at areasonable price Mr Jefferson Cox landtoTerms This land will be sold on a timeTheforthecent interest from date of sale until paid to have the full force and effect of a judgment with a lien reserved upon purchasemoneyH C RICE M C M C C I f Now is the Time to Get Yoiir Guns and Shells 4 For the Dove Season Just received our new supply in which we can fill everyones wanl So dont forget the old amunir 1 tion stand D B Shackelford Co Jas B Parke Handles Only the Best in Groceries FruitsTi 7 i VegetablesA- s t he sells for CASH ONLY his customers get the benefit of the lowest prices possible A Trial Order Will Convince You ft 0 f J 1J tt JAMES B PARKECASH SJORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Ij Phone 624 FIRST STREET 1 t RoyalLi 1 rZ A itqMf Second mid Main Telipboa 0r Oh The Solid Comfort in a roomy arm chair See those we have They are restMissionlibraryoryouwillr BENNETTaodHIGGINSO BuyingYour is risky businessrisky to your pocketbook Its no idlo dreamt 1t prices wiiisoonadvanco You know ttso do fo v Savo money by lotting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have thu exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oura Is a little better than you have been getting else where and our prices are no higher possibly less Fell Veiii or Coal Forfeited WWBroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out ind want your goods to bring in they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con luct vour sale His narges are reasonable BOOKKEEPING BusiaesePh y TYPEWRITING and TRLRrR AFTTV Sry1ryt7LE6Ererp11 President bas 7eua of experience 1o000lddreuWILBVBB The above College is incorported 735t Ice cream in any quantityatRiccis I wish to thank all friends for the Normal City Laundry coupons Mrs Maybelle Newsom One fine organ for sale cheap Call at once Need the room J R McKinnoy 3S1 Third St For Rent Elegant flat or three rooms furnished or unfurnished Apply 237 N Second St Telephone 334 tf For Sale Two No Poland China boas weight about 135 to 150 tf Roy C White For Sale Two Oliver Type writers also a lot of dental instruments Apply toYrs V IL Hobson For Sale Throe nico building lots on Moberly Ave between Third and Fourth Sis Apply to E E JfeCaniu Whats the Use istYes whats the use of buying a large quaintity of poor slow burning coaL Think of the housewife who has to sit and nunch such coal all day and then almost freeze B IT Y THE BESTthat is the Celebrated Rich Moun lainJellico and Straight Creek CoalIts always the cheapest for your wifes time JS worth raubk more to her than the aiffereHiee in price to you Sti faetk guaranteed Give us a trial order and be COB vineediLLOUGllBY f a Hay Co 5 tr ttf2 wr rIJ Around Town Try Riccis ice cream Save your coupons for the Pattie A t Clay Infirmary There are in the State and Nation banks of Kentucky 217070472 The ladies of the Baptist church will give a court day dinner in October It is stated that Boyle county one of the smallest Hemp crops in it history Key CC Marhall will occupy hi nexSnCome to Owen McKee Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others do and why notyou tl Mr and MrsZ T Rice are bean showered with congratulations over th birth of a handsome son Only three weeks until the laundry piano contest closes Save your coupons for the Pattie A Clay Infirmary A box supper will be given at the Dozier school house near Red House next Saturday night Everybody invited As a result of having a chair pulled from under him as he was about to sit down Vcrnie Johns of Central City may die areIwelcoming a handsome son who arriv ed last week Many congratulations are being extended the parents over the happy event Henley Middleton of Shelby county has cut one hundred and sixtyeight sticks of tobacco for which he was offered by a Louisville buyer10 gents a pound The Madison County Pair is past The Circus has como and gone and the next event of importance to Rich mond will be the publication of our Big Industrial Edition at which we are now hard at work It will be a credit to our city Estill Springs the summer paradise of Kentucky is making a 89 rate for the rest of the season Thats cheap for all the rest and comfort and pleasure you get combined with the health giving qualities of the mineral waters there It is a fact that Insurance Companies throughout the country will give you a lower rate where you use CarpenterMor ton Roofing than where you use shingles tin or iron Besides it is less expensive and moro durable BlantonCongleton Lumber Coaro exclusive agents and sell this Roofing under a guarantee that it will last for years Every day young calves are shipped to market and butchered for veal and if this keeps up at the present rate there soon will be the greatest scarcity of beef cattle ever known while prices of beef will be far beyond the reach of ordinary mortals This is a situation which requires grave attention other wise therell be no beef JOcmoThere is hardly any limit to the price for which thrifty shoats may be sold at the present time We have heard of sales at ten eleven and even twelve cents per pound There is nothing in the market to justify the price but so many farmers have wheat that is wast ing that they are willing to pay almost any price for hogs to eat it Bourbon News A farmer and his wife killed thei last bog and loft the carcass out at night to cool It was gone next mom iag They agreed to say nothing and they would know the first person Hienttoaing their loss was the thief Sunday as they entered the church the preacher read out his text I have HI eat to eat that you know not of- Nitdieghiswife the old man whisper ed Maria we never did suspect him did wplEr It is gratifying to the friends and patrons of Madison Inetitute id know that nearly all of last years students wilirelurn this fall The school season is rapidly approaching and parents will do well to make arrangements for Enter ing their children Ne school in the south is better located or better prepared fer the higher edneatiaa of young W eR Remember adioma from Makteoa IiwlUute adntitc atedeaiB te Vassar and Welleelejr Another Autbli Qw popater towaeman Fee 3iBehif Ifcnl te the proud p llI rfa MM some twe yMt bowpower wteceer maekin- eLoit Lank SMerder niyht ei Jfata inkeet IMK belt plnsei with attIiry pYf Ma vaedifrehuaed4o Mn ii fall I1UtMt yor8aJcPi lI ileoefc rtove iad MlraK bereF gDr jks A jl + 4t0 Clearance Prices on M en sSuitsWe offer choice of all our finest for 17 5 0These suits are the famous Kenton Hand Made Specials that for merly sold for 2250 and 2500 Choice ofaI11800 and 2000 grades for y f X1450K-r1 i This seasons newest styles perfect fitting and fine r Your pickof all 1500 1600 and 1700 grades for 11R50A f i All 1250 and 1400 Suits for s 4 j 950 lall 1000 and 1100 grades fore 750Y s Cut Prices mean just what they say in a one price store I THE FOR J w1BROADDUS COSOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED un All been fdr tho A will bear in mind that the 27 and tho will be to call any in town for if are of same by to are now due and we will be if all will call and at once The will be as by law if taxes are not is no reason for this off as taxes must be S M C x at The will hold its fall meet lag at on and Sat and third A full list of by tho to be in I will your if not to Mrs were and Fri day on in malt in The a of the local law by sell tag ago of Jas of the a malt near beer etc and s same to State at f The frm the of the yiol the law were in sot to the Qa of the eejtec were set fOe M to pw be up to 34 1910 for the work sad tin work ea of S Q Vo be oa tea from Ky TJM to for ali on UM and the tint y t inon at T S U gad Idt Th any ta4 ell bide The ere wful trill U r far the of his I fox The Best Coal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W COTelephone 110 135 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Coupons Coupons persons whohavo collecting laundry coupons Pattie Clay Infirmary please contest closes Saturday August ladies glad where coupons they notified holders Notice Tax Payers Taxes pleased settle penally added prescribed paid promptly There putting paid David McCord To Meet Estill Springs Eighth District Publishers League regular Estill Springs Friday urday September second members accompanied andrmeeting promises delightful every detail greatly appreciate Normal City Laundry coupons pledged others Maybelle Newsom Warrants Served On Soft Drink Stands Warrants Issued served every dealer naeade Richmond warrants charge violation option intoxicating liquors Some week Chief Police AlIRanecured samples concoction known Meade Chemist Lexington analysis warrants resulted report chemist Those charred with Police adcourtguilty charges aecean absent witnewMs trlTUNday AMJ Notice Contractors Seated oeatewiM received noon Aug oarpentec pleMeringi palatine resideaoe Royoe built Baoneabora pike mile lUehmond esHoyoa cash materiab grouud tettndation OrtimbenPlalu 1J111i offiet Tujpln South BLitreet riPtIa reaorwd ISo reject biddet reqwind eoai taMtaM perfefWMM Husband Makes Casket For Wife In a casket made by her husband at her own request some time before her death Mrs Sallie J TiBet wife of- T R Tillet was buried Friday in the Newby burying ground near Valley View Ky Mrs Tillett died at her residence eleven miles from Lexington after a protracted illness Her remains were brought to her old home for burial Bankers Meet The bankers of the Eight congressional District held an interesting meeting at Lawrcnceburff Wednesday The mooting was called to order Jjy presi dent J W Crooke cashier Citizens National Bank this city The response to the address of welcome was made by Mr It E Turley cashier of the State Bank d Trust of Richmond The next regular meeting of this association will bo held in JJTarrodsburg on a date to be named by he executive committee Richmond Designated The Civil Service Commission at Washington City has notified L P Adams Secretary of the local board of civil service examination that Rick mond has been designated as a place for holding examinations for positions in the Internal Revenue service in this district The examinations heretofore e theschange make sine h mere eon venient for those in this and surround taktg ltoklorebaaged iron September to February the feltowiaj jear oPeningtWe have1M4le special Bl8ftM with the Griffon TAiloring Co BaHi more io have the serviees e f one of hair Dd19FThursday Attgwt 17 sad 18 for the pUrpeMo taking your naeasure for Taitormfiae Baits lMMIov9fOOlwHe will have tesyeariaeP1etiona f4 n4id awortmeat of tbe Mwert ootorinfi s Foreign sod Dom eetic lifaeklne WpnUdfifor UM apfcbHeliiac lull P U nM suiUbte for tM reMrved M well M tke Mity dreecer a toprocu 4l ei frittiogptasder oelieaq 4 late iKUriaetUi MMwed Fairer as with jewrPteir ea the tbora date DaIr 1 dlwind E 1- tr QAL Wr ck on L N- An L N freight train of empties was wrecked three miles north of this city Saturday morning delaying all traffic several hours People going to the Lexington fair were forced to go over the L A by Versailles and take interurban cars A special train from Spartansburgj South Carolina bound for Niagara Falls was forced to remain here several hours On board the train were over seven hundred tourists who were given possession of the city A majority of the visitors had never been in the Blue Grass section of Kentucky and were loud in their praises of our city and the farm lands through which they passed High Compliment Paid Rich mond Woman Mrs Blanch Barlow who for sometime has been local agent for the Laxa tan Company of Chattanooga and At lanta has recently been given the posi ton of general agent which is a high compliment to her efficiency and fidel ity This position naturally brings with it an increase of salary and Mrs Barlow richly deserves the promotion The famous Dr Kroms toilet and scalp remedies also the wonderful laxative in the form of texatan chewing gum are included in the list of valuable articles which she is rapidly putting before the public L P Adams of Richmond was this week appointed guardian for Carrkk Sppereon Jouett Epperson Becknar Ipperson Mildred Epperson T C Epperson lluoker Epperson and Lucy IeevearatbeesNegro Boy Killed About ten days ago three prisoners whealsurrenderedoounty The thirdafter being in seeluskm for several lboMdetla freight train bewid for this city Jailer Ping ef Lendoo BoiMying lite officers UleJI888BPtraindue When the freightttwaveyiog the Hfttive arrlyedt the eAoers were lat U e stetJon but the l ped intdalkaeessill ls juacwrisaotben16ro boy vibe gow tbecof Carroll of Coriagtos jompM from the omr and ran te tjud iTiisr nf ihi nnntlni prisoner it te tlloalgltt ti7tte the ne ro Bmis JiwlH eMw ffc was balM pajmttt by the osltsfi flied the shot uattttttfal la fhtteti tiertl Widnoi e i bs A Clearance Prices on PantsMFewtailors can equal the fit of our finer pants All greatly reduced ax i 600 50I BROADDUS Odd 495 500 for 395 400 for 295 250 for 175 1 lt J50 for 125 Clearance Prices On Boys SuitsYou can afford the boy a new suit at these prices I 800 750 for for Boys Pants Half PriceBig lot BoystKnee 50q50c Straw HatsThr-ow away the old one and buy a new one at these prices 1 300 250 COVINCTON and BANKS Change in Richmond Steam Laundry Mr and Mrs J W Moore have pur chased a controlling interest in the Richmond Steam Laundry and have already taken up their duties with the establishment It is their intention to add now machinery and to install a dry cleaning outfit Mrs Moore was formerly Miss Lucy Lackey and both she and her husband are well known to our people They have tho best wishes of their friends in their undertaking Mrs T H Parks Vies at Her Home in the Country The death of Mrs T H Parks which occurred last Wednesday at her home at White Hall came asa severe shock to her family and friends It will be recalled that Mrs Parks was among those who were injured by the falling scats at the Robinson Circus a few weeks ago her injury being a broken leg After the accident she was removed to her home where everything possible was done for her comfort She was thought to be improving and on the road to recovery when death suddenly claimed her Deceased was a daughter of Mr Alex Black and was much beloved by a wldecircle of relatives and friends Besides her husband she is servived by two children to all of whom much sym pathy is extended Widely Known Man Passes to His Reward In the death of Mr WP Prewitt which ooeurred Friday at Slate Lien after arleriillness of stomach and bowel trouble our eounty leeee oeor its most widely known citizens De ceased was about seventy years of 8ffe andwas a native of Garrard eountvi For twenty years he was engaged in general merchandise business but h later took up the business of stooktaa- and auertongor and in this last named eapaeUyhe Ass a fandiiarre on our streets at every eounty court Mr PrewlM aver twice married bid first wife having bees a Miss Seeders his seeond wife Mrs Palmer sarvivwl ty the following children SierllRod7MQdLuIaPrewiU alt of Knees t Hb tetersnent leek pteoe Svn deal la the Richmond eameteiy mder tM rwpieee ef U e Masonic todte TtoMMitt tea estimate Mar 1APa iM u et 6r UviMtd mne fi FwRitiliNi W1 M41r M it N1- f r JII ri k for 550 650 for 475 500 395 R1 400 295 for 175 200 for 145 150 for 115 100 for 79c 8 STORE QUALITY Wiskrseeeon Wanted Mule and horse colts I will be at Richmond Friday Aug 10 1010 at Bob Walkers stable for the purpose of buying a carload or more of mule colts I will pay the highest market price so you can come in with the assurance of making a sale H N Rankin Fall Suits Coming- Mr J B Walker announces the arrival of a large lino of fall suits all uptodate nobby and stylish Ho cordially invites his friends and patrons to call and see his stock before too late Tho most complete line to be found this side of New York Mr Walkers ostab IIIshmentfrom Irvine and his fitting and altering department is in competent hands Buried Thursday The burial of young Bruce Buffington who met deathLy drowning white on a visit in Des Moines Iowa was held last Thursday at the home of his uncle Mr A J Suit and was conducted by Row M E Barnes of the Christian church assisted by Rev G W Crutch fleMor the Methodist Church A large crowd of friends of the deceased came over from Paris and North Middle town and attended the last sad riles The floral offerings were especially handsome Tobacco Meeting at Paint Lick At a meeting of the tobacco growers at Paint Lick Saturday Messrs Wade Walker and Jas Woods were selected as delegates to go to Lexington Tues day Aug 10 to witness proposed sale of the 1909 pooled crop of Burley tobacco and to investigate all details of tho Burley Tobacco Society These dele gates will make a report at a meeting to be hold at Paint Lick next Saturday A committee of twelve of the most prominent tobacco growers of that section was selected to make arrange ments for a barbecue and basket dinner to be given on date to be named later Will Remove to Irvine It is with sincere regret that their many friends learn of the removal of Mr Peyton F Adams and family to Irvine to reside They intend to go the first of September Mr Adams will edit and manage Irvines new paper which has been purchased by n stock company of which W F Welch is president O K Noland Vice President F J Stevens Secretary and Treasurer The Directors are W F Welch Clarence Miller F J Stevens Judge No land and R E West The company has filed articles of incorporation with a capital stock of 2000 Mr Adams has had considerable experience in the journalistic field and we commend him and his splendid family to the good people of Irvine feeling that they will prove valuable additions to church and social circles and wish them unbounded success in their new field Wr Baldwin Announces For Sheriff Elsewhere in Tice Climax appears the isratal announcement ef Mr John MadisonttiopartyMrBhvln was reared on Tate CreeklRi oeunty and ka scan ot the highest integrity sari business taa tae a splendid suceess sadoeea hello has bees devoted i rin eipUy to farming and steely trading imd he U well cad favenbiy known Baldwiuds yOIioearidveil wishes of eierjr nfiAtoooaty He pledgee If eMoted a bud iIIadministratkw wish absolutely UveriM tad gmntatm taw dittos ta veto trill to HeesUpt wfefc etesW is ttll6Ai t teat bi 1n11 g Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and extend a cordial invitation to the public to call and see us Wo also have daily FRESH VEGETABLES in fftcl 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 ToddaTelephone 62 Opera House Building On The first Of Next Month pay all your bills with checks on State Bank 5 Trust Company Bank aid note with how much higher respect you are regarded Besides you will h wo something left and wont feel liko let tng your balar c1 get lo sma 1 That means you will cut down your SI ending and so increase your saving State Bank Trust Co Have Your Photographs for the Big Industrial Edition MADE NOW McGaughey the Photographer The Cut You Point Out is the one you get when you buy meat at this market And the quantity you say you want is what you will get too But listen Dont buy too little For once you get a taste of Our Meats youll find yourself able and eager to eat more than usual Try our meat instead of tak ing a tonic Its far better nicer and cheaper C C GULTONSuccessor to Douglas tc Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 125 A Cooler That Cools and that quenches the thirst invigorates the system and kills that tired feeling is what our soda water does The best drink for hot weather Over devised All the snap of fine cbatapagE without its beating and intoxicating Jrc tfruIt 4 H L a kv mIc= PHONE 7YlMAtNTl f J AweepIs AII1T you anything in Ladies and Childrens Shoes Call have things in hosiery wash etc You can buying from us Repectf ully W D OLURAM AND COMPANY ARE YOUInferested in Lumber 5hinglesDoors If so see ToddEdwards Lumber Co Phone 1 00 Corner Main Orchard Richmond KJ Like a Sailor Just Home from a long voyage is the way some men spend their money They would not do it if they had an account at the State Bank Trust Co- A t check book doesnt burn holes in pockets like cash and besides a man with a blank account gets a feeling of pride in seeing how big a balance ho can Try it n u The Best in Jewelrydom t Invites You to This Wo gathered from everywhere good and well Today we are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole We ask lor criticismsrequest- your critical And when you have seen and bought we aro sure you will carry away an will be sure to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or look just as you please and if you only look youre welcome i LGEQLANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street lJUllIi NaJS A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA t CURES COMPLAINTS MALARIA CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL UVER I A GUARANTEED CURE for all caused by a TOR PID LIVER Ono bottle purchased today may save you a serious sick spell tomorrow f SMALL DOSE LARGE BOTTLEPRICE SOc GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO fLSod and Recommended by nL FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenue one of the most in Richmond Ky and contains 3 rooms and hall upstairs and 4 rooms hallkitchen pantry frqnt and back a splendid cellar with concrete floor well drained good coal house stable and other outbuildings All the wood work oninterior of is finished in natural wood and rooms are handsomely papered For particulars call W JU Ii4DS- LSAME iir WQODLAND jygICRM0D KEJIrUCKY4 A Dollar Saved jsa Dollar Earned Men are Saving Dollars Getting just the right Suitor this time of year Suits too 1orj the bnl ance of tKe summer and earlycfall Youll never buy suits again like these for such little prices Finish the season looking welldressed and havejFand almost new suit next Spnng f f500 and 1800 Suits ftt12J5 2000 and Suitsd 1575 2500 and Suits 1975 3000 and Suits + fr 2575 V We are still making cut prices in all departments to close up andall spring and summer goods before our fall season begins Our stocks have been replenished with new novelties and desirable stuff for your outing troussau Goods bought at reduced prices by us and extremely low prices will be named on them for your benefit If need Mens Low in ankle strap pumps and ribbon ties and see uswe all the new novelties neckwear fabrics save money by Come in and get posted Lath 5ash Etc keep Store looking impression that diseases PERRY beautiful streets porch house on 2250 2800 3500 many Decide Yourself The Opportunity Is Here Backed by Richmond Testimony Dont lake our word for it Dont depend on a strangers state men Read Richmond endorsement Resd the statements of Richmond citizens Anti 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 a great deal from backache and at night could not sleep On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I myhou9workBeing Pills a trial I did so They helped me from the first and had 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 cer tain it will soon rid me entirely of kid ney trouble For sale by all dealers Price 50 els FosterMilbuni Co Buffalo Now York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other jylm Dan H Breck life fire and accident insurance tf How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff We desire to say that when we took the agency for ZEMO we were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We are pleased to state that we shall continue tho agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface ot the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease baying the skin clear and healthy It docs not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase wo give a book let on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can bo cured at home of any form of f iin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy tf Perrys Drugstore Mrs 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 Oflico phone 545 residence 202 0 Mo A Weaklings the only way to describe the poor child that is afflicted with worms No matter how much or how otten it eats the worms get all tne nourishment from the food the child gets practically none Whites Oream Vermifuge gets rid of the worms quickly easily and with no bud after elects Price 25 cents a bottle Sdby II L Perry alm ForSale- I have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Breck Ave Location drainage ect the very best Most desirable for apartment house or living residence Any one in terested in purchase please call on tho owner Hrs DM Bright or her son Dr Bright if Baby Morphine Fiends are made by alt soothing syrapa and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotics MoGeea Baby Elixir enntaiDsBO Injurious or narcotic drugs ofHBy kind ANNad safe cure lor disordered stonwdts bowels nixi frt XulnsssBpleadid fw t eUii iufnoU Sold byH L Perry a Jm Tbo rtve JHIt mm fak life ana KM Iusuriaos iim 1C Brock has the beat polio1 atJ Active at 87 ThU would not b alwaU men and womea vrowW XM ibemaelvei rfI from rhflumitdma udi schea- d pains i uhII heirmue ulis oat ikh Ballard SWNT UsiawA S j r oLPerr11 ONE or BOURIOIPIILTRY owe down the thwot it a Ka 4ac chicken destroys tbc worms and saves the Chicks life A fewdrops in the driattec water cures and PREVENTS DISEASE Forthe treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks and Blackhead and other diseases la turkeys BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL Onc SOc bottle makes 12 gallons of medtchre FOR SALE BY HENRY Ii ERRY Richmond Ky i- T Jjx A groJ1 ulhog has been living on Lexington street for the past J several months The varmint has been seen by quite a lumber of people Mr Thomas Cox says the animal livels in an old bush pile and comes out in the afternoon and evening and circulates especially in the vicinity of the stand pipe Recently the hog has been climbing to the top of the stand pip3 regularly eveiy evening Mr Cox thinks he goes up there to get a fresh drink of waterDan ville Advocate D1VTColor Ayers Hair Vigor as now made from our new improved formula does net stain or color the hair even to the slightest degree Gray hair white hair blonde hair is not made a shade darker But it certainly does stop falling hair No question about that Does not lange the color of Me kalr Aye formula with each bottle Q Show it to your I sdoctor It uya Indeed wp believe it will stop every case of falling hair unless there is some very unusual complication something greatly affecting the general health Then you should consultyour physician Also ask him about the new Ayers Hair Vigor JiaCo by the J C Ajrer Co Lowell Miss JT FERRIELL RealEstate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky 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 jnBtbuya bottle of Ball anI Ilerhiae and puur liver in shape You and everybodyhroundOn will fret better for it 50 cents a bottle Sold by H L Perry a 1m uI und City Paints maycost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly Mio rII1I Ititt THE HILL Next Session Opens Sept 13 10 FOR CATALOGS ADDRESS J B CA55IDAY RICHMOND KY TAKE DROP IL Public Sale As Administrator pf the estate of Goo Million deceased I will sell at public auction on the premises at 10 a mon Wednesday Sept i 71 1910 the feKjMvwg property i TvbTracts of Landh One known as the Tilda Million tract bordering on the Tales Creek pike nnd composing 97 acres On this land is a good thorooM residence tobacco and stock barns is well watered about six miles from Richmond and within 200 yards of railroad station Tract jNo 2 jcown as the John Million tract borders on Crutchcr pike and contains C8 acres wlththree rqom residence stock barn and is well watered threeuctsasresidence will be sold first then Tract containing acres known as the Rich MapleGroveknown as the John Kanalxor place also bordering on the Maple Grove pike and lands of Kufus Jenkins above three tracts willbe sold as ft whole the best price realized will be accepteilI At same time and placo will also sell the following 5tockand Grop Twoyearold colt 2yearold work mule 5yearold work mule pair 4year old work mules 1 aged work mule 3 yearold jennet and about lQarclsof corn I lTERMSLand will bq ioltl f one half cash January lOU wlien possession will bo given the remainder in two equal payments of one and two years tim purchaser being required to execute notes bearing 0 per cent interest from January lOll with lien retained on lantluntilall purchase money and interest is paid Bond will be required of paymonlTermaconcerning known on day of sale Thos Jenkins Admr Farmers mechanics railroaders laborers rety on Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil Takes the sting ont of cols burns or bruises at oue Pain cannot stay where it is usedant Wanted Boarders or roomers at 243 Collins Street St Generally debilitated for years Ilad sick headaches lacked ambition was wornout and all rundown Burlock Blood Bitters made me a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Conn alm Commissioners of About 400 Acres of Valua ble 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 tho Urookslown piko about nino mile from Richmond anti about two miles from Red House a station on tho L N and is now rented to Q B Turloy Jrundo is strong fertile land nearly all in grass It is one of the best watered farms in Madison county and is impro ved by two tenant houses one new tobacco barn a farm barn and other outbuildings and there isn school and church in the neighborhood Possession will be given January 1st 1011 and the farm will be sold on a credit of onehalf in one year and one half in two years with interest at the rate of six per cent from date of sale The purchaser will be required to exe cute bond with approved security fQr the purchase money bearing 0 per cent interest from day of sale Tile land to be surveyed before sale This land is not in the hands of any real estate dealer and any information WSmithT H Collins SpecialCommissioner VTH1rTES Cream VrmifL1ge THE GUARA- NTEEDwoH REr E Y THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC DtWHE OFIMITATIONB THC CCNUIH PREPARIO ONLY D- TBallnrdSnov Liniment Co CIT iv cv Sold by HENRY L PERRY Smart Clothes For Ladies and Misses t j j will be found in firs J M BarlowK C Readytowear Parlorr in Building witli Mr F J Yengcrs Jewelry Store 218 West Slain Street Como inwill be glad to show you my now line of Ladies Readytojwoar in the Latest Styles and Materials Wlionyou got my prices they will surprise you and youll come back again Nervous Women For nervous tired women we recommend Car dui vGardui is a womansmedicinc It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic building effect on the whole system Ij contains no harmful yousufferat once and give it a fair trial CARD U IJ 3 It Will Help You 0 0 ifra Wlf Gardner of Padwdi Kj triefi Cartlui andrrittf rthink Cardui is jiutgrand Ibve been Iit for ekyen years I am 48 JersoIdandteellikeadiferent1loman Fe1 Have been taking it I used to Buffer troni bearing down ams ncryoasneM nd aleepleanessuL flow the paine are lonefkd I leipgooc1 I hjg1oommend Cardoi for young and old Try Ii AT ILL DEUa STOgrar II Pongee Shirts A beautiful line of Mens Pongee Shirts with turnback cuffs and collar attached White and tan in plain and fancy patterns The ideal sum mer work or vacation wear Regular 1 25 values our price 98e Mens Athletic Underwear Snort sleeve shirts knee drawers Regular 35c quality 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 cL 0I 0cy E V ELDERMILL WORK INTERIOR TR- IMSttJinEH The quality of everything you buy is guaranteed by us We spare no effort in making our building mater ials the best i 1ft c Blantoti =Congleton Lumber Co Incordorated Successors Ed Blanton Co Near L A Depot Telephone 425 The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR X 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH iO3ftEzhlIitoJAr NATIELLO AND IllS BAND Free Attractions Uplo lata Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES IFor Information writ J W NEWMAN Stcrstary 320 Paul Janes VUy LOUISVILLE- J30 121314161617 SEPTEMBER 130 Lackey ex Colyer Telephone 282 fulLeathertrimrneclAlso a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 legitimateitwill give to each and every purchaser a ticket for every 10 worta of trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in our line of a liberal discount below the customary prices This offer will save you mOney when you call in and make you money before you go out See our circulars for full explanation plenty of them at our office Read Carefully Jhe Articles Horse collars Back hands Farm Blind Bridals cdJtidnig Bridals L Break Harness Drive Harness Surrey Harness i BugyPadsL etc c jI Houghion uggies C ltIIIlbtM Ikgiea MAnythi kll BL A A Bug gw Kaaffrnan Bug e OK c to further i Pofrt Baggws sad all medium Buggies JBreaic Crts Kod Wagom anaSarreys- RulsSw tier Mw be tput cm quick aM reaaoob4e- First elsie HOB SteMin the beet Thtggy trimmer High Claw PAiatinf tt ytw Blaiesi paired JiDtllDewers qui kly re IttMlMmitiikiR eonyhto aaj1 job ia wsdri naUy nfairad aa4 W tevctbe mecba Send in yourVhkle rPainthand Repajr it 0 a tjI Lack4 ColyerUu l4 rr1 TO MAKE ROOM FOR ODR New Fall Cl thitl 1 which is arriving daily we have gretly red ceJwK our prices onall summer goods These suits are blue serge gray and black worsted plain iarxlf fancy patterns While classed as summer they- are really ffall season suits and can be wornIJh year round feM 2000 Suits for men at 1 P 1800 Suits for men at y pp 1500 Suits for men at 1 000 Suits for men at rJoNtF An Elegant Line of r r ilr ODD PANTS at prices that will surprise you 0e cV1 Below We Sell and Guarantee T Wunderhosi f 4 pairswear4 months Vilho itme dig 4 pairs in box i per Box jif MfXHlfr R X3 Corsets Ii t4t f McGali Patterns O and Scents r J 500 Ladies Vests 8 l3c quality 4 cts f Regular 12 l2c Ladies Vests all sizes 8 cents 200 pairs Ladies Sample Shoes and Slippers at 98 cents pair nn n Mowers and Rakes The Walter A Wood J A little the best Mower ever put on the market If otf t1 interested come and take a look at the Mower that incontrolled by the Trust Douglas Simmons Deatnerage EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing jNewThe most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather is Riccis Ice Crear- nPARLOR F Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily W if Meals served any hour day or night f r Have Fifty Bran c New Silk Dresses a Jijustin From i Iiniand Rajah They were en here to sell at the price 1LotsJ a3B l 1 J B Walker Ii 4i Fttbr by Mrs Moorethe beet i It i f i t 1lio I 1385cMid3treet RitJ 1itI J ri JLnJ