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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 wp0 4 f fi i n THE RICHCLIMAX J 37th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1910 NUMBER 12 WALL PAPER I e Your Youngster Will Kneel Burnside Robinson Coal Lime Cement Sand Plaster Material and Warehouse PHONE RICHMOND For Sale Two I Poland China boars weight about to tf Itoy C White in admiration of the flour that produces that delicious bread cuko or pie ho so Nearly loves Mothers who use our Oblisquo Flour aro suprised and delight ed at heartiness of tho childrens appetites and their freedom from ordinary ills Try a sack yourself Tho children will cat a lot more but thats better than buying medicine Salt and Office on L NR R 142 No 135 150 tho For Rent Elegant fiat of three rooms furnished or unfurnished Apply 237 N Second St Telephone 351 tf Im Convinced You Give Every Man a Square Deal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion In a town of less than four hundred peo pIe with fierce competion on all sides we have in eight years built rip a Banking busi ness of over 12500000 Resources Peoples Bask of Paint Li Ky E L Woods Pres W C Fish V Pres W G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier The Right Way to get good work is o buy your paper from an up to date ne rind get an uplodare paper hanger Horses Prayer To thee my master I offer my prayer Feed me water and care for me and when the days work is done pro vide me with shelter a clean dry bed and a stall wide enough for me to lie down in comfortAlways bekind tome Talk to me Your voice often means as much to me as the reins Pet me sometimes that I may serve you the more gladly and learn to love you Do not jerk the reins and do not whip me when go iug up hill Never strike beat or kick me when I do not understand what you want but give me a chance to understand you Watch me and if I fail to do your bidding see if something is not wrong with harness or feetDo not check me so that I cannot have the free use of my head If you insist that T wear blinders so that I can not see behind me as it was intended I should I pray you be careful that the blinders are standing well out from my eyes Do not overload me or hitch me where water will drop on me Keep me well shod Examine my teeth when I do not eat I may have an ulcerat ed tooth and that you know is very painful Do not tie my head in an unnatural posi tion or take away my best defense against flies and mos quitoes by cutting off my tailI cannot tell you whenI am thirsty so give me clean cool water often Save me by all means in your power from that fatal diseasethe glanders I cannot tell you by Read What Say About Foot Richmond Kentucky Brothers Gentlemen I am a school teacher ly am On feet a great deal and suffered with tired ach ing feet After a thorough trial I find the Foot Eazer t supports bought from you give me much relief and I hope never to be without them again uv Very Respectfully Miss Willie L Traynor Richmond t Messrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen I suffered for years and years with corns bunions and callouses on my feet I could walk and could not sleep at nights I tried t every remedy I heard of but not until I bought a pair of your Foot Eazer Supports did I get any permanent ad relief Now I can walk with ease and without hob tiling and can rest at nights Money would not Foot Eazers unless I could get another pair Very Jeff Stone Winchester Kentucky trI Brothers Gentlemen I have worn the pair of Foot Eazars 1j I I for six months and con seder them just as comfort as shoes Truly yours J M Benton fi J Richmond Messrs Hamilton Brothers W Gentlemen I am on my feet most of the time and suffered intense pain in my ieet for a long time But comfort come when I bought pair of your Foot Eazers Now Ican stand on my feet all day without feel 6 injr the slightest pain I would not be without them Very Respt W E Blanton Phone 912 WP BAXTER in words when I am sick so watchme that by signs you may know my condition Give me all possible shelter from the hot sun and puta blanket on me not when I am work ing but when I am standing in the cued Never put a frosty bit in my mouth first warm it by holding itamoment in your hands I try to carry you and your burdens without a murmur andwait patiently for you long hours of the day or night Without the power to choose my shoes or path I sometimes fall on the hard pavements which I have often prayed might not be of wood but of such a nature as to give me a safe and sure footing Remember that I must be ready at any momemt to lose my life in your ser Dumb Animals Baby Morphine Fiends are made by al soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotics McGeea Baby Elixir contains no Injurious or narcoticdniRS of any kind A sure and safe cure for disordered stomachs bowels and fret fulnesssplendid for teething infants Sold byH L Perry a 1m The man who wrestles with the cow and teaches the calf to suck who cast the corn before the swine is now in greatest luck for butters on the Upper grade veals higher than a kite pork is climbing up the scale and beef is out of sight the eggs he gathers every day from his Poland chicken coop are almost worth their weight in gold and we are in the soup His wheat brings him a fancy dayIand he takes In lots of money for half a ton of hay The farmers in the saddle and when he comes to town we uns have to paddle or step way back and downEx I A Broken Arch Kill the Fly or the Fly Will Kill You The Sate Board of Health has issued a timely warning against flies which are pro nounced the most dangerous menaces to life and health with which mankind has to contend being fora large proportion of all cases of typhoid fever and diarrhoeal diseases of in fants and many cases of tuberculosis and other con tagious diseases The pests have caused thousands of deaths in Kentucky and will continue their work of de struction until housekeepers awaken to the fact and in augurate a warfare that will result in their This can be accomplished de finitely and effectively It requites only the removal of filth and the screening of windows and doors A plenti ful use of unslacked lime or kerosene in vaults and on manure piles is urged Either man must kill the fly or the fly will kill the man Cook Farms First Annual Sale Friday September thirtieth Greatest event of the kind ever held in Kentucky 50 saddle mares colts and fillies 50 jen netts and colts all registered Catalogues now ready Every one of the jennotts should be kept in F Coot 31541 Lexington Ky Some girls want to get married at sixteen some at eighteen and most of them find ready takers at that age but after that they are inclined to be a little more par ticular It is said that the 1820 year old marriages are the happiest As if it were not bad enough for the earth to fly up and hit aeroplanes lightning has begun striking them It f on our at Oil IS Wrong Re fire Go Carts We Veneer Ore reason why most luxurious I STEARRS FOSTER MATTRESS is that the natural of the cotton is magnifiedmany times by the Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this to you more fully when you call Sixty Nights Free Trial 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 f = X71 i3Irc i Oldliani Lackeya SpecialtyDavT honeephonei6 Tel 136 229 11so ILoL Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance in the Very best old line Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write- J A STEVENS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky Notice Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of Golden and Flora arc 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 and and are 1st and even to all feet high or low J 2nd the by it to toe the the slides and forth on the under hence not or gouge the insole the just the Way is to buy a lot o old stock get to it for you We Sell ele EMULSION SCOTTS is the only emulsion The reason is plain its the best Insist upon its the standard flesh and rAU DRUGGISTS Dont wait until your house burns to think about insurance See Dan H Breck tf No More FOOT TroublesNO MORE TIRED ACHING FEET a of or I The Foot Eazer eases the feet This the most foot resting ever devised Consists of two springs base plate spring of finely German Silver leather covered springs are rivited together with German silver rivits at heel allowed to be free in front Foot Down pressure either instep bodys weight I from heel double spring feature top plate back spring does cut just right right spot The and hang Phone imitated having Scoffs worlds strength builder device unner These Foot Eazer in SilosShows How Supports Arch Bono relieves all muscular strain and pressure on the that hold the 6thAs it is to wear and has a to develop the muscles thus a cure 7th Light in weight so that every one can wear and be benefitted to all forms of tired feet and limbs also severe cases Can be worn in any shoe Z I Half of the ills of are by weak or down arch or flat fot A Foot Eazer men we to the feet Price 200 a pair Do as others are buy a pair of Foot Eazers and stop your in and Retail Cement and All Kinds of Comer Main and B 85 Foot Eazer Supports Tired Aching Feet Limbs Weak Ankles Corns Bunions Callouses and caused by Flat relieved and corrected wearing the Foot Eazer Others Eazer consequent Kentucky etscarcel b- uyYmy MessrktHathilton vttrfromyou Kentucky viceour FOOT responsible extermination KentuckyJ Exchange Liquid Ie practical supporting tempered These Make Eazers Most Selfadjusting Equalizes bridging 3rdWith 4thGives pressureat anybody ItI 5thBeing selfadjusting instantly membranes articulations tendency enabling complete instantly permanently 8thApplicable unnoticeable FOOT EA ERS AT 2OO humanity caused broken andrelievesRemember fitjthern doing grunting Foot Eazers 2 Pair WALL PAPER you will find the bed the I 1 springiness Special Undertaking RETAIL L RsBlantonWholesale Coal Feed Salt SandtLime Plaster Material SI- rcNTELEPHONE f Buy Pair Rheumatism ootmstantly permanently MessrsiHamilton Respectfully constantly THE EAZER Features Unique springyeasy Read What Your Friends Say About Foot Eazers Richmond Kentucky Messrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen Your Foot Eazer Arch are the greatest relief I have ever found They disQtribute the weight of the body over the entire bottom of the foot and by raising the center the ball of foot 1and heel are not only relieved of so much weight but the foot is prevented from pressing forward thereby praisethem s AN B Turpm Richmond Kentucky Messrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen For months suffered with ed pains in my feet which I thought was crampt 11afterand springs did I find what would cure me Your Foot Dozers did the work satisfactory for me Now I work in my store every day I cheerfully recom mend them to my friends Very Respt G W Pickels Richmond Kentucky Messrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen I have been wearing the pair of fFoot Eazers or Braces sold by you and the results have been very satisfactory to me I have used eral kinds of instep supports and without doubt yoursJPare far superior to any others and must be used by anyone needing them to be appreciated 5 Yours truly H C Rice V Richmond Kentucky Messrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen YourFoot Eazers are all you for them Respt J N Horne claimftMessrs Hamilton Brothers A I can not say too much for your Foot Eazer Sub ports Yours truly Vm Martin j c j to Hamilton Brothers t JIPv Ii d r yev i co 1t t iIH 1 r bt J Jf o p tJ d 1It it Jji1iJtltao 0a 1Ifttj1It1It1 I i 1 This Is The Time 1i of the year when mothers are think ing of school dresses and fabrics An inspection of our stock will con vince you that we are headquarters j1 for lovely 1lrrealicoi Madras Our showing of midsummer mater ials is superb We carry a full line e of Novelties and you will make a mistake if yon dont visit our Drapery department Our stock includes 0 everything to be found in an upto date Dry Goods Store OWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANY YOU ARE WELCOME TO OUR REST ROOM Corner 1st Main The Richmond Climax fiERY WEMESOU THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOI ot PRESS f vA t PUBUStERS t JFBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUG 24 1910 DELIGHTFUL LETTER From Across The Sea Hon J A Sullivan Tells In Graphic Style of His Travels in Foreign Lands North British Station Hotel IDIo1MrRichmond Kentucky U S A My dear Friend As the above date Allows J am at Edinburgh and as I havo an hour or so leisure time I drop you this note I will by no means undertake to give you a full account of all that I havo seen and tho impressions that I Jiavo receiyed but only in ageneral way tell you of the pleasant jourjiey I am havingI over on tho Baltic leaving New York exactly at noon July 9th 1910 and arrived in QuccnstownHar bor on Saturday ICth July about mid night Tho voyage over was most agreeable No one got sick It was as calm and as steady as crossing a ferry on a quiet day The weather also was pleasant we had no rain over except two or three showers Tho service on this boat is good The only unpleasant thing connected with the voyage was landing at Qucenstown which was not effected until about 230 Sunday morning and then only by means of a tender or small boat as there is no pier there About passengers got oil at Queens in Quocnstown of the first second and third class and other boats arrived to depart the next day and the hotels vvero all crowded It was with difficulty that we got accommodation There is nothing so restful as n sea voyage The clock was put forward half an hour every morning as we were travelling east and Wo enjoyed sleeping so much that we regretted we fixed 730 as the rising hour as wo felt we were being cheated out of half an hour From Queenstown wo wont through Ireland to Londonderry visiting all the Jargcr cities and also going into the We travelled on trains by au 4mobilw and Irish jaunting cars and vgot to see much of the country as well SJBS the cities and also much of the peo nl TRANSPORTATION c The railroad trains in construction are not up to ours They are divided into ompartments and they look like a series of stage coaches united together These compartments are divided into three classes first second and third and the traveller has a right to ride according to what he buys there being consider able difference between the classes In Ireland I prefer travelling secondclass because tho firstclass is used only by Americans who are extravagant and secondclass is quite as good These compartments are all locked and it is Twith difficulty that you get out of them at some of the stations There is no conductor who comes along and takes up the tickets these are taken up if at ltby station agents along the road However there is one feature in which railroads are ahead of us and that is the care and safety with which they are operated accidents arc very rare They ire often operated for years transporting jaillions of people in the kingdom with MtC accident to a passenger There are ji steps from which the passenger can M e4 or descend to or from the train to tin ground These are unnecessary beI CMKe tho platforms of all railroads are 1 kiateIare constructed on a level with and convenient to the coach door twd floor thereof so that a passenger s CM teffrbm one to the other without inconvenience There are frequent i hmigir nftnln but no pcrsoa is per itUd to cofiie out of one coeds oa to o tifcflgKMiad and ffaerefrbm to gejnto the 4MMk f another road H MtHt ev i lh6och sad step on ie the pttorm ithen he is not permitted to go on to ttw kbutDlUiit etont the fHiS wIdge which iv constructed ovr or k bllder tinrailroad sad eater the eoacfc tl IJf Ute roSM edftstq go on from iftjte r siJi 1 other WCMd a G bo tis 5 A gs 1pratfoem 3i on both sides of the railroad with an overhead or underground bridge for passengers and passengers must alight from the trains on their respective sides antI go on the footbridge to the nextside in order to change trains In every 10 spsct which it is unnecessary to men tion greater care is exercised both by thetour country i Thero are no grade crossings either in city or country The same care is exercised in the running of street cars Nobody over hero seems to be in any great hurry and they put safety above everything else TURNPIKES They have splendid turnpike roads throughout Ireland and Scotland farbet ter than ours having grand bridges of ornamental design of stone across their rivers and brooks In both countries I have heard considerable complaint about the injury being done to these by automobiles not of the ordinary type but by motorcars These cars carry more than 20 passengers withtheir luggage go rapidly are very heavy and the citizens claim that they leave ruts in the road which permits water to run through them and that they have done groat in jury They also sometimes break through the small culverts As they seem to have come to stay the remedy for them is to build the roads stronger to have deeper metal on them and to use the steam rol ler which is being done on roads generally in both countries Most of the fences in the two countries are stone walls and very ornamental well as useful Some of these are centuries old and in southern and western Ireland flowers grow upon them such as fuchsiain great profusion In other places they are covered with ivy PAVEMENTS I have seen no concrete pavements they are all made of natural stone and abound in all places SPORTS Business houses in the cities in both countries are open about 930 a m and close at C or 7p m As dawn is as early as 230 a m and it is not dark now until 930 p m people havo ample time for daylight amusement 1 have been im pressed with the extent to which alt the people of both countries engage in the various sports I have found golf links everywhere polo cricket baseball foot ball and boxing are also very popular so are horse racing target shooting and regatta races The young people of the various communities have contests and also of the different countries attended by groat crowds SCERY The scenery has been beautiful and exceeds my expectation Ireland is cer tainly properly called the Emerald Isle as the grass and the leaves on the trees are tho greenest green I ever saw Everything in Scotland is also very green but not so much so as in Ireland The interest in the scenery is enhanced in both countries because almost everywhere you come across the ruins of some old castle or monastary or abbey which was constructed centuries ago There are a number of these everywhere in Ire land but probably the most interesting in south Ireland are Blarney Castle and Muckross Abbey and the ruins of one on the Island of Innesfallen In Lake Kil larney Dublin Castle is also Interesting though now in good condition- In Scotland the most interesting castle which I have seen is Edinburgh which is built on an eminence of over 300 feet above the level of the River Forth and is in a splendid state of pre servation being used as barracks formerly it was used as a residence by tho Kings and Queens of Scotland Tho rooms in which their Kings were born or lived are pointed out and many of their relics preserved including the crownnndjewelsTE1UERCiCE There is a strong temperance move ment in Irelandin all parts of it The purpose of the movement is to induce individuals not to drink There is HO effort to prevent the sale though this is more restricted than it used to be and that movement may ultiBaately me Monuments are erected to Father Mat thew the great apostle of temperance on tho principal streets in the leading cities The statistics show that Jess in toxicants are used per capita to Irekd than either ia Soetfead or in EnglawL Many hotels la both eoafrtftes ulvcrtiso that they are teaperaBoe iotoIsEaeanSn they neither seller serve iquorI found good hotels wherever I lav been whether kt Urge cities or fa mall places CIT JiS The most progreswVe cities in 8ad re Belfast DHWfl 4 Cork and In the rd r ktfttod DttbHn is JiteterioaMy lKIie Bt eMi M ftwulCKlHriy the pH dVIrelMidaiKliiB UUtlwjwt thoriiy Its Jtrwita aria broad and its iWlngs we Jaffa aad sttbafemtkt okvilte treetOii prin ipal street and ads iw monnmsoU are eraetod on 131Jtt5t to Ixwds 3f olson and llluaI iDaolalOCtMMMll Sir Thoana ONI JPVth r IfeUhaw sad tkars iI W bssEsM4 House te now beinx UMd by the Bankof Ireland Its former Hottw of Lord is- uMd as directors romn and the hI- eitsrOsUserao rein the same poaiion in which they were when Lb- elwtimentM abolished XhilIa a very InUrectinc bfldltg There am othor nHm fo n points of ktierest in Dublin to the traveller Trinity Colkge it jlliK across the street from Parliament House and is one of the greatest and best Universities of tfceKJugdew but it WM only in tYeAn that the great body ef the people of Ir landwere permitted to educate their SOM at it In this hall are hung the portraits of Qratton Goldsmith Curran Burke and ether eminent former Students of the institution and in the anteroom travellers are shown three large chairs two of which are said to have been used by King Edward and his mother Queen Victoria respectively when they visited Ireland and the third by Daniel OConnell who was Lord Mayor for many years At the Bank of Ireland I met an unusually handsome bright young man and he was telling me of the points of interest and I told him that the guides had not pointed out tome the grave of Robert Emmett He told mo that ho himself was a lineal descendant of the family and that they did not know where his remains were that after his execution the government did not turn over to the family his remains and it was a matter of speculation as to where he was buried In Belfast I had the pleasure of meet ing Mr Gallahcr who Is known in tho Kingdom as the Tobacco King and whose career has been truly wonderful He is a selfmade man and he demonstrated that oven in Ireland it is possible to make great fortunes and achieve great success in a business way He is rated as being worth from 4000000 to 5000000 or from 20000000 to 825 000000 Ho started iu a smaller place and then moved to Belfast ills bul1 ngs are four or five stories high and are powerfully built and as ho said built to last for centuries Over here it would be disgraceful to erect an un substantial building Ho has marble floors in them and they are well ventilated and he has besides several thousand employees working for him He has all modern machinery and conveniences He is a man of exceptional ability and looks 20 years younger than ho really is as ho told mo he was past 70 After luncheon prepared and served near his office he took me through his establish ment and it was certainly interesting to see it He buys thousands of pounds of tobacco from Kentucky every year and transports it to Belfast and manufactur es it for sale This Irishman is doing great good to tho Kentucky farmers as 10 affords some competition to tho trust in buying the tobacco ho needs which Is very great Ho also has an establish ment at Owensboro and Henderson Kentucky Ho said that what Kentucky needs most is an organization to manufacture tobacco and not so much in need of a society to assist tIm farmer in selling it I urged upon him to establish in Kentucky where the raw material is grown some such establshment as he has in Belfast and to which lie had to thatIUcertainly afford him great pleasure to start an independent plant for tho manufacture of tobacco in Kentucky but as he had passed the allotted time of life he was not inclined to undertake in a foreign land such great responsibility but recognized the great opportunity for men of capital and ncrvo in such an undertaking Ho stated that the best business place for tho manufacture of tobacco was near where it was grown just as in the case of cotton and other raw products He has another immense establishment at London and his sales throughout the United Kingdom are enormous The impressions which travelers hear over here are that there is an agreement between the English tobacco manufac turers and tho American Tobacco Trust but Mr Gallaher stated ho would not go into any such arrangement that he like all Irishmen wanted to be independent and that he would go into no arrange ment by which other people would deter mine for him what to do and what not to do In this connection ho also said that England had made a great failure in its effort to govern Ireland because Englishmen did not understand the Irish man or his disposition and what was worse the Englishman thought ho did when ho did not and ho therefore could not be instructed except by the slow process of centuries of experience He stated that England was attempting to govern Ireland as if the Irish were Eng lish and thought that the same things which would influence an Englishman would influence an Irishman that an Englishman could be counted upon as acting according to his interests but that you could not count upon an Irish man being controlled by his best material interest and often were willing to snarl lice this consideration for what they re Yarded right SCOTLAND I have gone through much of Scotland md the two most important cities which I visited are Glasgow which claims a population of one million and Edinburgh though not so large is to a traveller more interesting The scenery scarcelytessrcland except that the climate is cooler ior instance at Killarney and along the oast of Kerry palm trees grow and also ucalyptus trees These would soon die in Scotland GOOD FHELISO I am gratified lo see the good feeling which exists among the people in Ireland Scotland and England and which I think is sincere and genuine This I think is largely thd outgrowth of the Doer War and a better understanding of each other by the people The Irish and Scotch carried off the honors of the Doer War and England admits it Lord Roberts and Lord Kitchener are Irishmen Scotch troops are located at Dublin and Cork and English troops at Belfast and they are very i opulr with the people and the troQpsthenselves RteweU pleased as I found out from their officers Mr Celia her told me that some tears ago It was offensiveto tlM Irish to send to tbrcities we iwriwHM troops from eO r countriei ad they often petitiowed for their removal bt now there WH M sehL- eelieg Ivtarted off to write you a short tetter asH have already exceeded anything 1 intended I could write tvolume but I will Botckwe without telHnf yon of my trip to Robert Burns otmtQV He WM bornin the outskirts of the town fATio1 a thatched eottf lht i sdtI er1I knew hU birth WM bess aiMiUuit fie wM poor but I did Mt fiir appreciate k1Witithe traveJIw enter WM in B nwV time u wt abamDdtIN door front ttifa Ip ito4pwh twa BM4M s viable and tbsi lDrOM hmsi tbi lAN dt ibsr Proi ibls room you rater hdo a njuller room which WM uaed by 1 fUy a4 SIul intO t J Jb cabin in a corner and in ibis bed Burns WMborn Uaajr of the kitchen uten aikawfc Moid kitchen table aiiil other jkhs are atill pmMTii Bnnaa worked M afamhaad and got Morie of the na tivecof his county who went with me told jne E7a year wages He had only avery limited dtwatton and was largely self educated He wasonect Use most wonderful men that rr l mIIewrote his beet poems without My view to publiofitlon but BiMmhtg lip amuse himself with the creaikMTel kk own fancy AMid the loUsed fatigue of the life of a idettgh head his p4irpos6 was to transcribe for his own saUsfuctkw his own feelIngs and the Hopes and fears of hisownbrewtaml of his hunble companions UatiMarthu end of his life he seems to haye been as unconscious of his wonderful genius as his neighbors They are all proud of him new Their purpose is to eeervethings as they were when he lived For instance bridges which he immortalized ia his poems are preserved atf they w reSoio years ago a Scotchman left the largesuinofE20 000 as I was told to rebuild one of these old bridges across the Ayr river which was in addilapidated condition and the money was paid over to the town trUstees for this purpose Sentiment was against the construction of a new bridge and the heirs were opposed to the money being used to repair it as it was left only to rebuild it This lead to litigation and the court decided that it could not be used for repairing the old bridge it must be used to rebuild it Burns admirers then attempted to raise and did raise enough money to repair the old bridge and this has only recently been done and public ceremonies were held a short time ago here at which Lord Rosebery was the principal speaker I was told that the court refused tore quire the trustees to pay the money left to rebuild the bridge to the testators heirs holding that while they did not need the money now to rebuild it and might not for a century or two but still the time might arrive when they would want to rebuild the bridge Turn OSiianter Inn which Burns has immortalized in his poem still stands and is used for the same purpose as in his day It is two story and has a thatched roof and has the sign on it Tarn OShanter Inn The chair in which Tarn OShanter sat and enjoyed the evening with his closest friend Souter Johnnie is still preserved and in the same room as it was a century ago in Burns days This Inn was frequented by Burns indeed the tradition of the neighbourhood is that Burns death was due to excessive drink and also to his inability to provide for his wife and family to whom he was devoted and to the annoyance of being in debt Qe was improvident but perfectly willing to work Some of the letters that ho wrote to farmers concerning employment are still preserved I was told by the Scotch man who went with me and who was familiar with Burns history as he was born in same county that he was regard ed as having died of a broken heart Some of the landlords aro said not only not to have appreciated him but to have been unkind to him as Is shown in one of his poems when ho said Mf I oni yon lordlln es slavc By natures law designed Why was an independent wish Er planted In my mind If not why am I subject to Ills cruelty or scorn Or why has man theirill and power To make his fellows mourn Yet let not this too much my son Disturb thy youthful breast This partial view of humankind- Is surely not the lust The poor oppressed honest man Und never sure been born Had there not been some recompense To comfort those that mourn r friendiWelcome the hour my aged limbs Are laid with thee at rest The great the wealthy fear thy blow From pomp and pleasure torn IJut oh n blcxt relief to those That wearyladen mourn BELKHQU3 UBEBtr As you know the law of England requires the King to take an oath not only that ho is a Protestant but that ho is a member of the Reform church of Eng land as established by law and then the oath went further and required him to specifically denounce certain doc trines of the Catholic Church and this denunciation was couched in very offen sive language An effort has been made for centuries to repeal or modify this oath but without result so strong has ticcn religious prejudice and intolerance King George did not take this oath and he said to Ministers on the death of his father that he desired the oath modficd The oath was unnecessary as the law itself stated who are and who are not eligible to be king of England The oath was offensive to 12000000 Catholics of the Kingdom It was also offensive to all Protestants who were not members of the Reform church as they are as ineligible as the Catholics to be King or Queen of England and curious enough it seems to have become even unsatisfactory to the members of the Reform churh of England It was ob jectionable to tho lalterbecause of the language used It was by implication and admission that the church of Eng land was established by law and not by Christ and it upset their claim of Apostolic succession A bill was introduced by Mr Asquith that was satisfactory to the Catholics and the Pro testants and the leaders of all parties except the very few narrowminded and bigotted and this bill nearly unanimously passed tho House of Commons and passedthe House of Lords without divi sion and was supported by tho Arch bishop of Canterbury All this shows what progress is being made over hero in religious tolerations and what progress they are making towards religious liberty But English people are slow For instance I have met nobody over hero but who theoretically is opposed to Home Rule They admit the argument for it k unanswerable Thny say that America with Us fortyeight States each having its own state capitol pass ing laws for its own people is a demon stration of the good results which would follow and they say itloekalikea local AsteMMy for Scotland England Wales abd Ireland ettghl to beagood thing and yet they are afraid to take the step theagto I believe that people ar cleaec t Home Rule now than ever before citkctlt would have Wen aoeomplwh ediif ParRell had ltMlif publie and lived aUKottgh d adjrtf still exe rV efe 8 a greet lafliwiM m the public lIJGare GtesXeven which is a tctft in Dublin but un- liktbeeias monument has yat etrreetsato hir jeaMy but ibk seems Urto pB0oaary M each rearen ttw aonrrefvaiy of lib dtwth the paepfe EibIs fRunlJl ef lrshasDublin arxt form a proe4 ioa in dock VIII Btretndmarch toWsgrave whose patriotic apeecbes se made iodbbr tiWithering are large Krid number from 80000t8 30009 people ccr o Vlh4XM3roid taN J L1 a- hI lbiIlscsbsipselcIhnve found very chesp in Scotland arid Ireland abx thalf of similar costih our country fer liifl Boryioe amodUonu InJol1aedbutsurpied how cheap l1 articles ofcloth ing overherearoconiplLredwthUJ twe pay corrupt and unjust tarrlff systeia ever devised by man- AHJeufh this scenery which I hRve seen In IrndUtt Scotland hw Wen lieA1 i IIInd So14 pf it grand and aeue of their lands are fertile I have soon hothlng y that could camper JwHk giaedeer of our own Mmsnc ta las 6P wfcieh fohbInd beoutyof- scenery IIIRd fertility ot soil that eovU cepere wHkrour own Bluegrass county iYi4hbeeLw1es I 1 remain Yours truly 3 A Suuivs- irPERSONALS Miss Elizabeth and Lar Bias ton have returned from a visit of three weeks to their aunt Mrs Joe F Head at Ashland Mrs Hanley Nippardo Cincinnati lsherevisilin j her sister Mrs Elmer operationl issn Maggie shd Lena Dykes of Clark county are tho guests of Mrs Jess Dykes Mrs Clarence II Vaught entertain ed with a delightful bridgeluncheon last Saturday morning in honor of Mrs Gunn of Macon Gawho is the guest ot Mrs L B Herrington Mrs J W Crates and children of Versailles have been visiting Mesdames WF and William H Parks Mrs Crates also spent several days with Mrs A J Suit M iss Julia WhitQ entertained the Bridge Club yesterday morning J P Strotber and family of Dnnviile have returned to their home after a pleasant visit to tho families of W F and Vm II Park near town daughterSaute Misses Bessie Dudley Curtis Mo Kinney and Traynor have returned from a two weeks visit to Mrs David Mrtin at Conway Mrs G D Simmons has been en tertaining her mother Mrs Snub HarryStaplesMr S N Moberly who has been in Hot Springs Arkansas all sum mer canto home last week on a busi ness trip Mr Joe A Myers of Louisville is visiting relatives here entertainIedful childrens party in honor of her grand children tho two attractive little daughters and handsome son of Mrs R E Adams of Louisville who was formerly Miss Viola Million Tie invitations were extended to fifty of Richmond little folks and delightful childhood games were enjoyed Dainty souvenir baskets ulled with confections were distributed among the guests and the party was one of the prettitst of the summer Mr and Mrs James Sctvell visit ed Clark county relatives last week Miss Mary Blevlns i f Mt Sterling hopeIndianaGormerJoy Mrs Lee Gott arid Misses Hallia anti Myrtle Gott are visiting the formers parents in Flcmingsburg Editor T H Pickels vas in Nicholasvillo Monday Mr T II Karr left last week for Wallsend Ky where hd will engage in business MM Thomos PhMp Mrs James Caperton anddanghter wore welcomed borne last week from a summer trip abroad Mr nid Mrs Joe A Evans qf the Canal Zoco are spending month with relatives here Mrs rJ Taylor and her sister Miss T Lng ot New Orleans have been Visiting in their old home town GeorgetownMr of Middles boro passed through Richmond Monday enronto home from Irvine where he spent the week end wilh his wife who is visting tier mother Mrs Robert Riddcll ill John Snowdon and vIreof Los Aipcles Cal have been visiting Mr and Mrs Leo Gott Miss Jesse Nelson ot Winchester has been visiting relatives in this county Mrs Robt Scudder anti little son of Stanford have been hero visiting relatives here Miss Jennie Cookof Louisville hasbeen visiting her aunt Mrg J J Embry Mrs William Boain of Panola and daughter Mrs Richard ltoathof Middletpwn Ohio were guest last v ekof Mrs Theoiioro Wilsoh at Moberly this county Mr Ben Cassiday of Louisville visited his parents Prof and Mrs J B Cassidny lastweek CynthaiiaisOldham Mr P F Adams who will move with his family to Irvno tbc lirat of September was Ciucinnativlasf wetk in the interest of his puper Mr and Mrs Henry Plaids enter eviningInels Jr of Urbana Ill Mr dud Mrs George Bogardreturn edbst Thimday their bridal tour of several weeks Mrs Mattie UT0odj of Lexington was a guest last week of her sisters Mesdames J W Smith nnd Daniel Harbor and D It Shackelfonf Miss Florence Sympson of Win chester was in Uicbmond several hours Thursday enroute to Estiil Springs where the will visit Mrs Harvey Riddell for a week Whiln keiMiss SympSon wastha guest of Mrs Ansn IX Miller Master Charlie Oldham returned to MtS erJlnK after a visit to his cousin braId Oldham MISS Moop PorUr adnests Mlswsi Eteseoiaad EHaabeIi an of RtnhmlndKruevisT ng MiM Euiucfl KHtfaeriHe ShoeeIat- iorhozueon the Versailles pIke lirsXI II8JrJe wfco oderweet an operation last ThursdayY Is 4 htr iDlHrnuMKu fiaKmlOtlntJaiuW pMf f fore ii terionsiy IMoiTl trphoid ferr at the home 6t her JaMiUipu cticWu j Mr Wiami Anderson I at1 atddMrLel1 jHilIndependence Mo are Gtymrg81PJiltosPofie mter ot thtsr retarDed M6ud y from a di ntaltltnut In B ttyville w Mnua gt 1 he bJrotkeA Mr John Wai den who FifthJlecWn JAIPontri a4 MiM Kath ailtgJienDUBernow jaMtSterliag Mrs Richard BRCOB of Fayette NJltyJHl Miss Mildred Epperson of Clark eonatyj are guests of MIM Laey Mr nil MrsI1enryC05hy Sate- rtale4 at dinner Jiahirdayev8ain im HoHOr ot Miss Mabel LSI ton of Falmouth the guest of MU p Sara ftagers Miss Let lOR for erJy lived hers and she is being warmly weteGm edby her roSIly friendsr Mr amdMrs Harry hills entertain ed with a fish fry at Robe Saturday evening for their guests Misses Ruth Ma1claBdFlora GrayofLouis vile who left Monday for their after a twoweeks visit here Mrs Nannie Fish and Mrs Florence Duiimey of Nicholasville have been guests of lion and Mrs BJ Clay Misses Julia higgins and Mattie Tribble left last week for a visit at Crab Orchard Springs Mr IL F Hanger left Wednesday fora bnlsnuss trip to Now York Major and Mrs Best of Millers burg were guests last week of Mrs It il Hanger Major Beat is principal ol Kentucky Millitary Institute and was hero the interest of that schoolMr and Mrs Louis Ncalo and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Mr IL C James was in Frankfort last week Mr and Mrs Veruer Scblegel of Arizona and Mr and Mrs Harry Schlegel of Nicholasville are visiting Mrs J L Schlegel on the Tales Creek rondoThts is Mr Verner Schlcgels first visit home since his marriage Dr and Mrs Robt Boggs entertained with a family dinner Thursday even- Ing in honor ot Mr Schlegel and bride Miss Mabel Letton of Falmouth came last week for visit to Miss Sara WagersMrs J R Sims is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Judge Sutton in Beattrvillc she was accompanied by Miss Lottie Barnes Mr John D White is at French Lick Springs Ind Miss Alma Scrivner left Friday for a visit to Winchester relatives Mrs harry Scrivner and two hand some children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Simeon Hamilton at Wisemantown They will also vii at Bcattyvllle before returning home Rev and Mrs G W Sheperd and familyof Lakeland Florida were ucst last week of Mr and Mrs T T Covington They were ent rtaincd at dinner Thursday evening by Mr and Mra R C H Uovington Miss Mary Millar and Miss Laura Taylor have returned after a ten tlays stay at Cincinnati wholesale houses Both will have their regu lar nlaces ns assistant trimmers with Tho Richmond Millinery Co the comingseason Mrs S D Parrish and Mrs D E Flora left Sunday for Chicago to purchase their fall tock of millinery visiting Cincinnati and Indianapolis markets on their return They were accompanied by Mrs T W Davis of Campbcllsvillo Mr anti Mrs G J Johnson of llarrodsburg are visiting Mr and Mrs G B Todd at Speedwell this county Mr and Mrs R J McKee and children are visiting Mrs James McKenna in LexirglonIMr and Mrs William Bull of Green yule Mississippi wLo have been in Beatty ville arc now with Mrs Bulls mother Mrs Elizabeth Crow Mr lull is striously W anti came to Richmond for medical attention Mrs J R Azbill is visiting her IlaUghter Mrs G C Moore at Lon don Prof E C MoDougle was in Lyn don last week Mr nnd Mrs Kinsea Stone and daughter Miss Mamie Stone of Georgetown visited Hon and Mrs Urutus Clay last week Miss Rebecca Rico who has been the very pleasant guest of Mrs Wal ter RIasnn for tho past two weeks has returned to her home in Richmond Ky Mnylield Messenger SpendlugMrs R M Roland pnd Miss Ida Hlanlon of Wnco and Miss Bettie French are t Swango Springs Mr and Mrs M A Pheipsand Mr and Mrs John W Fox have return d from Vtrsnllles whcro they visit ed Dr anti Mrs May Phelps Miss ILirrett Pitrrish spent last week with tho Misses Gourloy at lleidlcbrug Mr A K MoCown and Mr r D Chenairt anti Eon DougjilSand Mrs Nelson Gay antI children of Winchester are spending a monthat the seashore DabneyFeleave this week for their new home in Arizona Mr N B Gentry of Louisville but formerly this city has accepted a FosterMungerComrnny wholesale sash and door house in America Mr Gentry will travel through Ohio and Pennsvlvania The position carries wlih it a handsome Oalarv Mr Gentry married Miss Kate Faulcnnir of this city and is one the ninny Madlscnlans who is niaking good away from home SundayhadJlNs Dazey Moore Porter entertain ed with s benutIfulgardenpart last YedlPsdayifterroonlt her hQme on Kentucky avenuo in honOr of her JfahethUorINlckolllsv1lleMUseg Annjo and Margaret Milward The house wa artjsticalfj decorated throughout with garden flowsrs tcarkt sage in and drawing rpuJH petuniaul phlox in the librarycud nasturtiums in the dining roonv The front porefe was a tblltsuclyeUoWal1dhite sis1R1lthis pretty place Th lawn was aIM with flers and made attractive with the HSUK appoiRt taunts sail the hostess was Mini ml lei m4Tti8lcg bv kr motfew Mrs WIU1daltrsijllwho served the frappe at a tabk dvMe4wiLh tUlr bwriTXat Bivu rU HB Wriigttful TitiaiiL w te web I yetl mid UWd Jiliir OO3WI a 1T7 hamJall the f HM Gary Roe left Toee4 r lot- vso ireaks st7 at Crab rcISprInS Iro lln M fJlre SuawMj 0I1atit4t o1 Orehardrrvlaitlug Jlr8QtBIeIt JBS Seoond street l n IIPdlomeatfl1DeUMW i g rLMOOIdaYliven llr 1tonirdC UdhaaBltilemelll berrnOl hthousepsrty wliiehJaaMM the li iAde1ColHiM pfCrittlu4e Eleauuor Davis Eliuabeth Uullinua SttW Finll of GeorgetqwH MargriteBefgeflSyOt- f L n aIMiraSnii hopexi goflWill Oldbam of Mt Dg flay RJaellol Georg- etowaOadS L Jone ef Waltoa Ky These together with Mr adrsOldham and son formed the reeeiv lag line whisk stood in large parlor en the left ot the ball No home in Rlofamond better suited for rater taming than this one with its large halls parlors and porches and on tbifoccasion It was doubly attractive being brilliantly lighted form top to bottom together with profusion of- Japalleselanternhung in every avai- labeplace on porches eve the large lawn The parlors were beautiful in yellow cannes and golden glow with a rich setting ofasparagas The dinning room was in pink and white asters while handsome palms and ferns adored the palls and front porch Art orchestra stationed in the up stjirs hall furnished music al during the hours which were from eight to eleven Punch was Served in the dining room and on the front porchand these tables were presided over by Misses Jeannette Pates DotyDuncanCynthiana Refreshments consisting of uink and white cream pink and white individual cakes and mints were served at tables on the lawn The host and hostess were luther assisted by Mesdames W Zaring and ItE Turley and the younger son of thehouse Harold Old ham The affair was brilliant and beautiful in compllIa jolly week is planned consisting of automobile parties tennis and baseball parties and other forms of gaiety BIRTHS Mr and Mrs Karl Park are being showered with congratulations over tho birth of a daughter Music Pupils Wanted I am soliciting class in piano and vocal music lessons to be given at my home on North street For further particulars apply to Miss Mary Traynor x6 Estray Hog A white and black spotted sow came to my place Aug 8 and has since been cared for by undersigned Owner can have same by paying charges DEE PBTTOS It Nowby KJ Thrown From Auto and Killed Much sympathy is being extended Master Philip Scanlon over the loss of his Shetland pony Milton which he won as a prize at the Lexington fair he being the lucky holder of the winning number- It was the intention of Mr and Mrs Scanlon to bring tho pony to Richmond in their automobile and the machine was sent to the lair grounds Monday evening at a lato hour in charge of three negro men and the pony placed in the rear and the rcpe tied to the halter given to a negro to hold The man instead tied the rope to the door allowing the animal to stand on tha floor of carWitnesses to the accident say that tho machine driven by a negro was running at an excessive rate of speed when it reached the gate and in making the sharp turn the negro in charge of the pony was hurled from the car alighting on the ground while the pony was thrown from the machine The ropo was securely tied however and as a result the neck of tho animal was snapped in midair And thus young Philip lost his newly acquired pot before he had had oven the pleasure of calling him his own 10 en CDc =m I tJ c- IJ Now is the Time tcf Get Your Gtms and Shells i1N t For the Dove Season f t Just received our new supply in which wcriieveryones want So dont forget the old arnuni tion stand it D B Shackelf ord Cot tIf You Want to Please a Man r is If to in he nd CULTONto 231 126 MAKING OUT CHECK State Bank Trust Company Richmond Cut Glass makes these most charming presents sleek is very complete in new styles and artistic designs No articles combine the beau tiful and useful as the many elegant pieces exhibited us Feed the Brute an old saying you want put your husband such good humor that will h for that new dress or bonnet set before him a pieceof Choice Tender Beef Roast We never knew a man who could refuse anything his wife wanted after eating suchd licious meats Worth a trial any way C CSuccessor Douglas Culton WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE A Our other makes a man think and think ing1 often stops a man from making out a check Thats how an account ut the State Bank Trust Co makes for economy A man will spend cash twice as readily as het will if he has to draw a cheek fork the amount Start an ac count soday and keep tract of the number of times it saves you from needless spending Ky by F J YEAGER MAIN STREET RICHMOND KZ TUIfIs q ii Specials FOR TEN DAYS ONLY 1O Beginning August 23 St Closing September 3 Every pair oj Low Cut Shoes must leave Our store at oncett kWelanyramust go v 1 Regardless of Cost i3 t S j rngoquickNow 195 Pair 10 c crk byJar g We have many other special values to offer in1 t Light and Medium Weight Suits s Jt for men dooys ummerTfnde wear and I3iirnisljngs We have cut thepri1iwcostwneed the rooni prIe 8 WIll weareg9mg to bave It Remember u this Sale is on NOW Itcloses SATURDAY Septembe3 3 Tu1e R0yaitro1 Y 1 0 Homo odCbha ff l Ji0 J S STA1IFR PROPRETO- Rorner a J J 1 Te1epiikT Jl1 B StoUfferEstablished Clothing and Tailoring in Richmond The reatREO CarBEST 1 2 and 4 It will to see me an automobile JT COY Agent z 1ew QuarterslYe are established in our new quarters in the oldCity Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season Jhurman Grocery Company Beef Clubs Farmers Butchers =cau= NOTICE J am highest cash f for Hides and Also t Will 363 treat you right MWIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY +l l I George English I i PLUMBING j lDoctorfor l 1GttS and Gasoline Engines f Best System of Water Works I rforcountry and suburban homes 1 l 210 E Main Phone 619 j lRICH110N KENTUCKY 1 Something NewI L In My For You I have made preparations by putting inthe necessary equipment to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and lf Trimming r have Made this addition bolieviB oar wamy customer would appreel r t ate SNJr efforts to take care ef all MJMMrctiaks for vehicleS 1Jiltfg yewc wriag lbuggy or wagon and have itlepaired painled and trimmed 4- madooode Itcuwednc- wr TIrest vwM Vtfejefe a perfee OIb jauflWied at thf1 All io t4rI1rwteed i i James2JL MQr dJfl5E 0 i r J it u itititiij7C- lothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES If Bench Tailored Ready td Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade t 50 yearsexperience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from In Fine Line New- SbyleHats and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class Oldest House THE MADE Cylinders be your advantage to before purchasing KIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY for paying prices Tallow WooL RIng phone Street Line Rubiir lftdPrf goods cONE DROP OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down tho throat of a eaplni chicken destroys the worms and saves the chicks life A few drops In tho drlnkthg wInrrnrp anti PREVENTS DISEASE For the treatment of Wblte Diarrhoea In chicks nnd Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys BOURBONPOULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL One 50c bottle moes 12 sallons of medicine FOR SALE BY HENRY L PERRY Richmond Ky JT TERRIKL- Real Estate Agent Oldiiam Building RkhmondKyV Disagreeable at Home Lots of men and women who are agreeable with ethers 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 jou just hay a b ttleof Balianli Ilerhine and put yonr liver in shape You and everybody around you will feel better for it 50 cents a bottle Sold by H L Terry aIm Mound City Paints majcost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly Generally debilitated for years Had sick headaches lacked ambiUon was worn out and all rundown Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Conn alm Commissionerts Sale of About 400 Acres of Valua ble Landat Richmond Kentucky i Monday Sept 5 1910- at oclock pm about 400 aercs of land owned by James W Siailk ia his lifetime This land U situatedon Ilio IJrookstown pile about iiine who from Richmond and about two miles from Iet1 House a station on the L N and fe now rented to G BTurl yi Dr and is strong fertile iMad neMly all In grass It is one of the bst watered farMs in Jfadison county aiMl is 111lIo- veil by two tenant boses JOM nw to bftcco barn A farm bm arid fteroUtt- 1Ii1 inKII and tken is a1 s lwol ad churck in the nhb iid vPossessioQ wilt be gh4R ry11it1911 aadtUh farm wilt be on credit of mehldfiAone JWkT ad om hAlf in two years with interest at the rat ot six rer cent fw a 1Wof iaIe The pircliaerwil1 b rquired to execute bond approvwi scurity for tbe purchase mofiey biwirisar 8 pw e tii itreV from day 01 situ TIM Jand 0be iurveywl before wJ This PI DOt In the h 4 Vtr1 estate sleruct qJ Iufrtate- desire4 mIf b WW I W 1 Ik1o RicbmotKl ar 1 THCdns- I JearnLIsr- I r iJ r if r eRicllm iid Climax HMUMfl WfMCMH IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO imiorporaled A D XLLIIL 1Enro NIIIkr v KEXTUeJY MESS AMMiATMN H aj I EI6HTH PLIIiN6 LEAIf eICE lfPEB YEAH IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUG 24 1910 Democratic Ticket FOR CONGRESS HON HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln Count- yABnouncersents FOR SHERIFF ELMERDEATUERAGE Mndlson county subject to the action of Democratic party EBALDWINison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER toannounceMORCANTAYLOR county subject to the action of the Democratic part Will nCt be Candidate for JailerV I told my friends when I was a candi date for jailer In the last primary election that I would not make the race or jailer but once and I shall keep my word I will not be a candidate for reelection But so many of my friends are requesting mo to become a candidate for sheriff that after further consideration of this question I may become n candidate for sheriff of Madison County before tho next democratic primary While I do not make this a public announcement for the office at this early date but tho thoughtful consideration of every citizon toward my support if I shall decide to mako tho race will bo most highly appreciat ed N B Jones 2x A Casey county farmer has tho follow in notice posted on his firm Notis trespassers will B prosecuted to the full extent of mungrel dogs which never was ovcrsooiablo to strangers and 1 double brl shotgun which aint loadei with soft pillers dam if I aint gittin tired of this holl raisin onmy farm Less Than Half Crop That less than a half crop of tobacco will bo grown in Bourbon county is now an established fact owing to tho lateness of tho groving season says tho Bourbon News In every section of the county fi ell after Hold can bo seen whore the crop is yet no further advanced than is usually the case in the month of Juno Many tenants have abandoned tlioir crOIlias it is useless to go to tho expense of further cultivation One decided feature of the situation is shown in tho fact that a crop of too bacco is either up to tho average of former years or is practically a complete failure Tho former is duo to tho fact that tho crop is planted on rolling land and tho latter to being set on ground that held tho water from so many rains that foil during tho month of Juno and July and virtuallydrownod the crop out Farmorswho have their last years crop oftobacco in the pool which aggregates nearly four million pounds are jubilant as indications now point to extremely high prices Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ers Hair Dressing Parlor Come in and have your hair dressed in tho 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 phono 545 residence 202 0 Mo A Weakling U tho only way to Describe the child that is afflicted with worms matter Jjpw much or how otten it eats the worms get all tne nourishment from the food the child gets practically none Whites Cream Vermifuge gets rid of the worms quickly easily and with no bad after eflects 25 cents a bottle Sold by H L Perry alwVFor Sale 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 ono in terested in purchase please c 11on the owner frs D M Bright or her son Dr Bright Vtf What Is A Neighbor A neighbor is ono who will lend you anything that you call onliim for if ho doesnt need it He will also jet urn what he borrowed just as ho borrowed it When tho doctors horso and buggy are hitched at your gate he will como to SGO what is tho matter before you have to send after hint to close the eyes of tho dead When ho has a surplus of applesandcant sell them he will not let them rot on the ground before giv ing them to you when the little child rens mouths aro watering for them Ho will not give milk to the hogs and lot you malta bread with baking powders which cause stomach trouble If your horse cow or hog escapes the pasture ho will como ndtellyou before hE shoots it or tears it all to pieces He Is willing and ready to help raiso r barn orholp do anything a person can do by himself He will give you aday workwhon ouareilckand jn th winter time he doesnt salad gettin wood for your firo L WithoAfrEncrny1 Heaven help the man Woo imagines he can dodge enemies by trying to please pverybody says the Carlisle Mercury If such an individual ever succeeded We slioul4be glad fitJiott- nat we beliavei itf a jgoMigthrough tho world trying tefi8dbMIRs to knock au J thump bis poor IMl agatest die puting every mans opiatea fighting nd elbowing ana 8CwdiogAnwho differ wRk him Tkt agnta notter extreme OrVpIebaIe right to their lnloe kaii yotir dont fH Into th eragr of iPttlMt wi- llxVyou lees for mMUtaing KOr repectyit more iDg 1ou o4t every day to MatettVthk 1ero ibtra- 1V J r Cwucole hlpuoctfiod tor weahr liorm CII11DaIihilt eact I the vwilfcVinf md in Miut ten tfowilM troubU to wind iutd ihafflf JDanllia4IC1fb O ntsstVOIdei XuglT and I wil greatly apprecUu rour Kormf ItJti y Laundry coupon If not jle44 tt othw Xnh MfcyHli VtwtMB J TTT 1 Public Sale As AdmlnUtr tor of the estat of Oso Million JckKmuwl I will sell at public auction en the premises at 10 a aij on Wednesday Sept 71 1910 the folIcInpropert- yTwo Tracts of Land One known as the Tilda Million tract bordering on the Tales Creek pike aad composing 97 acres On this land is a good tire room residence tobacco ami 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 68 acres with three room residence stock barn and is well watered Farm No1 will be sold in three Ipctsas follows 45 acres with bar residence will be sold first then tract containing 82 acres known as the Rich MaploGrknown as tbe John Kanatzer place also bordering on the Maple Grovo pike and lands of Itufus Jenkins Then above thobestAt same time and place will also sell the following Stock and Crop Twoyearold colt 2year old work mule 5yearold work mule pair 4year old work mules 1 aged work mule 1 3 yearold jennet and about 100 barrels of corn TERMS Land will be sold for one half cash January 1 lUll when possession will be given the remainder in two yearsthonotes bearing 0 per cent interest from January lUll with lien retained on land until all purchase money and in terest is paid Bond will bo required of purchaser guaranteeing first payment madeknownThos Jenkins Admr Have you any wool It so bring it to us and get best market prices 420lf GOTT BROS Commissioners Sale TVyliff Burns Admr hrs Pltffs Vs WylIe Burns Heirs Dcfdts under and by virtue ota judgment and order of sale in the above styled action rendered at the May term 1010 of the Madison Circuit Court theunder- signed Master Commissioner of said court will on ThursdaySept 15 1910 At 2 oclock p m on tho premises proceed to sell to the highest and best proporty1hztracts of land Tract No1 contains 7003 acres of land Tract No 2 contains 5605 acres of land Tract No 3 contains 520 acres oC land Tract No 4 contains 1005 acres of laud Tract No contains 7D 15 acres oTland Said five tracts of land is bounded on tho wast by Berea pike on the north by tho lands of J M Terrell etc on tho WylieBurnsWm Burns etc- ThoCommissioner will offer tract Nos 2 and 3 separately and then as a wholo and tho bid producing the most money will bo accepted The Commissioner will then offer tract No 1 separately then tract No 4 separately Then he will offer tract Nos 2 3 and 5 as a whole and tho bid producing tho most money will bo accepted These farms are good land and itf small farms and is a splendid opportunity to buy a good farm at a reasonable price Mr Jefferson Cox will take pleasure in showing this land to buyersTerms will be sold on a credit of sir and twelve months time The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved securily for tho purchao money bearing six per cent interest from date of sale until paid to have the full force and effect of uponthemoney is paid HCRICE M C M C C Midio Pth Ititita THE HILL oNext Session Opens Sept 13 10 eFOR CATALOGS ADDRESS J B CASSIDAY RICHMONDlITJ wnrrECream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC tWAHC Of IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Go- OT JOUI MO Sold byHENRY L PERRY VI CITIES WE REAP OF THE NEW No Divided Displays Necessary to Get Products Into the Great Ohio Valley Exposition To Be Held at Cincinnati r The general Impression that the In dustrial portions of all expositions are alike will be put to rout by the management of tho Ohio Valley Exposition next fall when several new departures in the line of display will be offered visitors in a way to add greatly to the general attractiveness and commercial value of the projectEver since expositions were Inaugurated it has been the custom to segregate various industries placing certain lines of manufactured arti des in one department thereby creating a continuous display of shoes or dry goods or stovesfor furniture as the case might be In this way nc city received the credit due it fpr 1U Industries and no Industry received the Individual attention to which it was entitled because of Its being thrown in with many similar speci mens In one grand display When detailed plans for conducting the Ohio Valley Exposition were be- Ing worked out It was suggested that better and more saisfactory re suits could bo obtained especially for the Industries of the smaller cities of the Ohio Valley If each city were allowed to display examples ol all her products under one roof In this way it was argued the products of a city like Portsmouth or Springfield for Instance would not be scat tered through five or six buildings but would be exhibited In one colleC- tive display giving the city the prominence it deserved and at the same time giving distinction to eacb representedThis carried out in the mammoth Municipal Building located on We canal and extending from the elbow at the head of Plum space being 1 FIRST r built In 1877 Selden and automobiles being who seated who still manufactur ing The Selden Ohio Valley at Cincinnati Aug Sept 24 line of boats between Ctn Louisville and also has lnnatlandIlines has added to the operations purchasing tional boats which will placed in service between Lousvlllo and Evans ville thereby giving continuous daily service under management from Cincinnati and way points to Evans yule The officials of the company free In saying that this amplification of their operations is due directly to the revival and greatly volume of river traffic which certain to result from the improvements cow being made and earnest of this anticipated boom in river tramc found in the diligence which various Ohio river communities are in the Ohio Valley Exposition which will held In Cincinnati from August 29 to September 24 and which designed principally to exploit the Industries and products the Ohio Valley and the South Portsmouth 0 for In stance has secured 2000 square feet of exhibition space at the Exposition the display of her Industries Speaking of the a perpetual navigable stage of the Ohio Hon Albert Bettinger vice president of the Ohio River Improvement Association said With unlnterupted navigation the year round the Ohio Valley from Pittsburg to Cairo eventually will resolve Itself Into continuous line of factories When these improvements completed and the opened tho manufacturers of the Ohio Valley will able to compete with na Lions for the business any section of the world Industrial Edition Concerning plumbing plumbing r invariably interfere with the comfort and k convenience the family arid II aff et health It therefore mOt beaSperfeetdf4 gfljyVjjy can make I Thisj always the case When jbm4tXt Plumbing Fixtures are tall In a These fixtures are unexcelled for quality and efficiency hendetheare the Jxture- p1YJhe woc9n eye job otir r r QUALITY 17VVRH Motor ng IcCoiTLpany LL THE BENEFIT I EXHIBITIONPLANSMany Arranged Cdllecllye Exhibits To Be Shown From August 29 to September 24 oral DavIson of the Exposition Their contributions to the Expositions would be scattered all over the display with the result thatIneither the city nor the firm sented received full credit for Its dtsI play In order to obviate this handicap and bring all exhibitors in on anIequal footing whether they much or little to display this plan of collective municipal exhibits was evolved and a special building designed for these exhlbttsIaSo great has space In this to date that the prospcts are that we will be com pelled to enlarge the present iulldtngIor erect another structure for commodation of the Ohio Valley cities and their industri- esNINEFOOT STAGE BUSINESS P Companies Add Boats lo Ohio Rivet Lines Cincinnati O Special Al though the greater portion of tho Improvements In the Ohio river author ized by congress the creation of a ninefoot stage of water the year round hs not yet been begun the anticipated benefits of this tremen dous undertaking calling an out lay of approximately 60000000 already taken advantage of Louisville and Cincinnati Packet Company which operates a GASOLINE AUTOMOBILE This car by George forming the basis for all patents on now constructed was Invented by George Selden Is In the car and Is machines original car will be exhibited at the Exposition 29 to by be one are anticipated the Increased Is authorizedVAnother Is showing be is of for benefits of one are Panama canal be foreign of often t1 is it creating building T for for are gasoline street almQst to the Twelfth street bridge In this roomy structure will be located the assembled exhibits 01 a majority of the cities of the Ohlc Valley Here Portsmouth 0 wil display her knitting mills shoo fac- torIes brick machinery nonexplosivE gas range and other commodities manufactured In that city Here Owensboro Ky will show tho shov el without a backache with which the Panama canal is being dug and the whisky without a headache a well as products of her tobacca fields and orchards Indianapolis wili bring over examples of some ten 01 twelve of her manufactured products all assembled under the Indianapolis banner while Springfield 0 Louis yule Ky Wheeling Pittsburg Ev ansvllle Cairo Paducah and other cities on the broad Ohio from Pitts burg to Cairo will follow this lead The result will be a collection of mu nlclpaLexhlblts displayed under city flags the like of which has never before graced and distinguished an industrial exposition It has been promised too that many of these municipal exhibits will be further by having among their features working die plays such as knitting mills shoelace manufacturing machinery inop oration cooking stoves utilized for baking brickmaking machinery gas engines electric lighting generators worsted mills looms and a number of others thereby showing not only the finished products but also how they are made I have found heretofore In han dllng expositions that the exhibitors of the smaller cities never hada fair show remarked Commissioner Gen Watch for Our Big r Your Home Every modern home should have a modern and thoroughly dependable system Defective and unreliable fixtures in the bathroom kitchen or any other pet of the house of whole seriously howw sanitary r8oommendand piwnb ng WSVisrprof high Mwesdu1Mtf BOOMS Packet Tho enhanced n Rural Telephones Mr Farmer Make your home as model n for your family as a city ret dence and place yourself ill a position to get the latest market quotations a any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service whict youand your neighbor can gt for a sum that Is small compared with the bone lteallqllartersNashvillerate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately MississippiLouisiana EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated epa I I asI I Good Things ti Eat J f That all we carry Whether Etaplc like sugar or a fancy table cacy like imported cheese we dellIan In a quality absolutely Every product that enters this must stand rigid examination toretVEach article is chosen from brands otlered because it has manyiits superior merit Each brand competes for preference i i and none gains a place on our if it fails to measure up to shelvesIqualityI successful contest in our line isaELECTA COFFEE I a smooth and dainty blend of selected highland grown beans the iMarkets choicest The Electa process of stow Qntdog AndIdrycuring the genuine flavor and Improves itVIn using Eleeta Coffee are sure of Vthe finest qualitya satisfaction that in I itself would make Electa worth more than other coffeesV I Compare it with any you ever drank before Youll like the rousing flavor and the glorIous aroma Tate and Son I Telephone 35 1 Jag B0Parke Handles Only the Best in Groceries Ftuits- Vegetables As he sells for CASH ONLY his customers get the benefit of the lowest prices possibie A Trial Order Will ConvinceV You JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phon 624 FIRST STREET The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 3OOOO In Premiums f rS HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH 3i ANNUAL rl91Slates Resources ExMSIloJ A d DAILY RACES FIREWORKS r ttATlXl10 AND HIS BAND Free Attractions Uptodate Midway HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT INSTRUCTION PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES 1For fnrthtf Information writs J W SEWKAN Secretary 320 Paul Jones BWg LOUISVILLE SEPTEMBER Have Your Photographs for the Big Industrial Edition MADE NOWV McGaughey the Photographer I i Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and extend a cordial invitationTo the public tQ call and see us Wo also have daily FRESH VEGETABLES in fact everything to bo found in o first class grocery Call and inspect our goods and we aro confident yoU will give us a share of your businessV Lackey id Todd Telephone 62 Opera HouseBuilding Smart Clothes For Ladies and Misses VVilI be found in 11rs JtM oir1ows TVReadytoear Parlor it hlr L YsJwr4ry eSWeaL k tr dJl 1uiJ 4 ied 4 YoJ I ww t4t Lest Sti- Wke Wkr ies e m The Livingc Roomshould be the most comfortably furnished in the house For it is there where most of the time is spent If you want ideas in corntort come see our restful couches easy arm cnairs rockers etc Handy book cases too JiTwhich every book is ithin easy reach A Room Furnished with Such Furniture is IIrideeda Cozy Spot BEKlETTdHIGGIIS DNDERTAKIN BuyingYour Is risky business risky to your pocketbook Its no kilo dream that prices will soon advance You know Itsodowe Save money by lotting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone HO rThe Red Ash Jellico We bavo tho exclusive sale AI trial order will convince you that oura is a little better than you have been ttln elsewhere and possiblyless Full Weigh or Coal Forfe- itedWWJroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out Tnd want your goods to bring JU they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky con luct your sale His narges are reasonable BOOKKEEPING BlIstless TYPEWRITING TELEGRAPTW COLLEGEueeor3u President has 7nof experience in mercantile and banking batineu slio 33 years educatIng 10000 powddreiiYILDVft I wish to thank all friends for the Normal City Laundry coupons Mrs Maybelle Newsom tCome to Owen McKee Richmond Icy for dry goods and notions Others do and why not you tf Wanted Furnished house for winter Phone 182 T H Collins 2r Lost Last Saturday night on Main street largo bolt pin sot with amethysts llo ward if returned to 8172t GEO n SIMMONS Notice to Tax Payers Taxes are now due and we will be pleased if all will call and settle at once Tho penalty will be added as prescribed by law if taxes are not paid promptly There is no reason for put titig this off as taxes must bo paid David McCord S M C 3x School Music All parents who intend to have their children tako piano lessons at tho City High School will please notify Miss Harriet Parrish at once As is well known Miss Punish has been engaged by tho Board of Education to hav chargo of tho pia lessons and parents will do well to see Miss Parrish inre gard to this work at their earliest con venience tr L Rex veX r Rex Yes the genuine Rex Red Ash Jellico Thats the k- indCoal oi to Ionrt put oft buying your coaluntil it is too late Buy lay in your winter supply of Rex Red Ash Jellico at once a j 3Reraember the best is the ebeaputThe Rex kthe best 1 and we it Satisfaction guaranteed WILLBMMfn sON Hay Clrfi OafeyA- SPBN Straw AVENUEr j Phone IM fri j J Around Town + ir + Dove hunters aro out in full force The work of the Annex at the P A C InQrraary is progressing nicely Miss Utile Kuntz of Louisville choked to death on her false teeth There is talk of Somerset ordering out tho telephone system because of bad soi- vice Professor Iluckcr aged and well known President of Georgetown college is dead MrJ Wm Wagers bought from Robt Wells Thursday thirtyeight head of heifers at four cents We are working hard on our Big In dustrial Edition It will be the finest you over saw in every way SmokeCuban Club lOc Cuban Star 5c I will greatly appreciate your Normal City Laundry coupons if not pledged to others Mrs Maybollo Ncwsom Pellagra in well a developed form has stricken Mrs C S McFarland of Mid- dlcsboro while visiting in Henderson most disastrous forest fires in IThe raging in tho north west and tho life and property loss aro appalling Water melons are on the market and Fust St is the mecca for lovers of this sort of eating R C Wihingham of Bardwell this state has invented what lssaid to be the safest airship on record Mr Joe Henderson and Miss Per line Ilosc both of Estill county w remarried Thursday by Squire Dykes The Eighteenth annual convention of the Kentucky Uankcis Association will be held in Louisville Sept 12 and 1- 3Fifty or more deaths have occurred among children in Washington City from a form of paralysis caused from soothing syrups Rev H N Faulconor of Philadelphia will preach Sunday morning at Second Presbyterian church and also at the union service in tho evening Did you notice that mountain of bun dies of paper on the sidewalk in frontof tho Climax office last Wednesday Well that was for our big Industrial Edition Nows has reached relatives hero of the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs R E Tipton of Montgomery county Mrs Tipton was formerly Miss Mary Coyle of this city At a meeting of the Burley Society last week in Shelby ville five hundred acres of tobacco were pledged to the pool and indications are good for a greater and more general pooling in Shelby county A Fine Cigar The Central Ky Cigar Manufacturing Company is placing on the market a splendid new cigar named Governor McCrcarr It js needless to say that if this new smoke is half as popular as its distinguished name sake it will prove a money maker for its firm Arrested on Serious Charge Barton Rogers was arrested last week by Deputy Sheriff Johnson on a charge of attempt rape on the person of Bessio Price Keen the twelveyearold step daughter of Mart Keen of Taylors Fork neighborhood Rogers was placed in jail to await his examining trial which was called in Judge ShackelfordS court yesterday morning Ready for Business Again We are pleased to say that while the improvements on our store front are still in completed the inside work is so far advanced thatour stock has been put in order and we are ready for business again Drop in the first time you pass pur way and see the new Crystal Glass Revealin- gCabinetsthe very latest on the market nothing else like thentin a hundred miles of here These cabinets not only keep the garments fresh and cleau aad free from shop weTj but considerably reduce aeiling expenses by the gre t MrcimfPf time and labor Eft showing goods and kegjJ okijiOrdertjofnew Jail ttfapjggL ffg ibow you Hats fapS Sh- cij Suits Trousers etc Firsrf pick i the tYQukDOW CoyiNOTdN BANKS The store for quality i r u0 Clearance Prices o- nMens SuitsWe offer choice of all our finest for S 1P7P5O F 4J1 6 IThese suits are the famous Kenton Hand Made SpedalsfhaffifM v merly sold for 2250 and 2500 i Sffi Choice of all J 800and 2000 grades for r 14 50 j J This seasonts newest styles perfect fitting and fine tc V iv Your pick of all 1500 1600 and 1700 grades for- 5 11 en JM v d TAll 1250 and 1400 Suitsfor 950Z iAnd all 1000 and JlfOO gradesifor 75O dPrices mean just what they say in a one price store THE STORE FOR Iw w w mT W W BROADDUS COSOLE FOR THE CELEBRATED jfoxRlDGE A9VL The Best Coal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W BROADDUS COTelephone 1 10 1 35 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Contest Closes Saturday The piano contest conducted by the Normal City Laundry will close Satur day of this week All friends of the P A C Infirmary wtio aro saving coupons or have been soliciting coupons wilt please see that all such aro turned in to Mrs Cf D Simmons between now and Saturday Anypersons having coupons tho same will be called for in any part of town if holders will ring up Mrs M C Kellogg or Mrs G D Simmons and notify them The ladies of the Infirmary Urge a careful gathering in of all coupons between now and Saturday New Assistant at the NCrmal A contract has just been mado by the Board of Regents with Mr Robert W McCullough bo Assistant Principal of the Model High School for tho year opening Sept 5 Prof McColIough isa graduate of the Baldwin University with the degree of Ph B and has done grad uate work in Ohio State University and Univorsity of WoOster lie has had a wide and successful experience as a teacher last year he was one of the principals of the public schools in Trichsvllle Ohio Annountes for County Clerk In this issue bfThe Climax will he found the sHHgnaeeraeat at Mr LaRne C house o f this eon n ly as a candidate for countyClek of MadIson cdmntv subject to the acti aof the Democratic pasty Mr Reuse Reeds mo iatroiaQtioii to manyof the citizens of Mad liol from us Ha wan reared hlM dl Olloenflt aad la always MellenKagedtRliHhd par suits He was reared OR a farm aad has baea aotlva a 4 pngrewlve faetot ia the Demoeratic party He is a yeHagsa eJ BUrlisg jHBliHes aa4 if at present pa e aiaoHg the popular yoaag mea3 of Madleon county Js a frieacl to iba eoBimoa people and balivetu ei4ia1- TVig13tsto ail Mr UotplaMity to make Ma4i Hi ttitr a goodooaaty clerk and it elected will HMitetalii with great bredli so him a taD W conitituanU tnJtiph position we have aUaJHett among good for oounty cleric Let the voters of Madison county eafc lattj eonaiderllr HotneHi candidacy for office and we feet rare that 1 wWncevehheantondorte of the people Hhomld the p1 1eOhim to fill this I- mat Btation we Oi t Jrt luuured fiwr Imterert wUl be oarotttlly guarded pIae Richmonds Quota For Edu cational Purposes State Superintendent Elsworth Regen stcin has completed the totals on the amount of money that will bo paid tho cities by the state this year for educa tional purposes also the number of pu pilsThe amount allotted o Richmond is 7733 and the uunbcr of pupils is 1047 School Teachers for Valley View Educational Division Board NoG has elected Miss Amelia McWhortcr as principal and Miss Nannie Wharton assistant to take chargo of tho public school at Valley View this county Both of ihescv young ladies are wall known in educational circles and the Board Is to congratulated upont heir wIse choice Miss McWhorter has had valuable oxperfaico of six years as teacher while 3IUJ Wharton has taught for tliraa yoars a I Ljri arj ably fitted for their duties Gather up all your laundry coupons for the 1attie A Clay Infirmary This is the last week of tHe contest Must Pay Up untryiUncle Sams post oce department meant basid ss about Jwo yean age when It said that all sl bscriptioas in the future raHstnotb allowed io be in arrears over one year The peelal ftI ci1Sareca1lingeftthe newspapers throughout the to send tttan a sworn list of thc subscribers i ind l ting how many mail sebseribers are fn AlN8lSover twelv8IMf11 Not oyh- ave sesfre recttlyed1 cM ji Mt hnt- aIioI2 of them kil wit up to M ltIHethlftit being put JR good shape and for ttia ilntUma wsppeapeb4ik ws are made to reailae that U M thg apply to them acwall as afeeaper mail order journals the Tnavenatit vrac Ani started against Ttiit n Hnr iMaia thai a ptiWUhw is lonjrtr abla Ur gfnn Unshed oredH to hkatrteertoaraa ikaV ha must have a pakL up liat or ho will bo cited to appear at Wa hi gtop to show cause w fs mo i poI rate a1dD Io wdarawn ai tau been Idoae in sevatal ea e vrtt UM country Wa trust our avbstlbeii vfll appn elate the position hi which we uplaced by thiS ruling and call at thi office or aendchack for amount oubcripfion 3uaa wa will be compelled to take from our lit atone thee who are In uersun far t6iv moatbk or more i at 2and 27 29 30 at p m Won Lost Pert 37 G22 Lexinzfbn 50 41 532 RICHMOND 50 49 505 Frankfort 47 47 500 Winchester 48 48 500 Shelbyvllle 31 65 3t3 Base Ball Tho Pionecri went to Frankfort and deeatcd the Law- makerS in a double header The first game was woa 4 to 2 with Urea er in the box and the second was a shut out 4 too with Allison na the mound for Richmond Thursday the Pioneers ncet defeat at the hands of the Colts pa the Lexington diamond by the score of 2 te 0 Wright pitched for Rich pond The Shelby vllle tem defeated the Pioneers here ildaybltRellOOre of 6t03 Wills and Knox were on the mound for RioLraend cad were both hltiwhen kits were needed TUfenU at htrd permit eiIeerafeasy ehiaeee go without IrtaJld this faet ligured largely lathe success eftl1e Millers Richraoad awl played oae of the fjHrteatga e6 of the mco on the local diamond Saturday afternoon recoiLIng JR a victory for the Pioaewi by the relttel Thr Be reoBU i defeated the FioMwc Suaday 2 to 0 Allteem1 at tfatii w4 oaly fa tkjJjtNt for temiomer4 erco WhlJf4irJl rU ira MM hiil p for itHir ME t itwhtlt no runs rasttltad The WoiNtEver Tba dMl kfair was heeded the Pioaaeri IN rttla UM fraait with PariSwadM wowt ever handed any teem oaVjtto groMsdi here The PtoMwra had WM s Uaotlful gaao from the BoorboattM Uw day before by the ICOn of 2 to 0 acd it scorned that was mtm tfc Manager Mc Kenoa MaliYliMi i be immediate I 1fl cExjut e e Clearance Prices on Odd Pants a tailors can equal the fit of our finer pants All greatly reduced M I r 600 I d IE 700 495f 500 395 400 295 250 for 175 I5Ofori2- 5Clearance Prices On Boys SuitsYOU can afford the boy a new suit at these prices I 800 750 400 for Boys Pants Half Pricelot BoystKnee 50c50cStraw Hats QUALITY AGENTS Base Ball Games Richmond Frankfort August and Lexington Games Admission 25c ParlsuI Wednesday Shaibyvilte daf Few 650 for for ly set the wires to work to see if he couldnt prevent such a disaster the next day Putting up the fllmsey excuse that Morton had robbed them of the game he or some member of his team telephoned to President Uisery to send another umpire over the next day andrto his shame Dr Ussery graafcd the rc quest We are not to say that Motion umpired a perfect game for we bchveve ho made some mistakes bat be it said to his credit they werecquallydlstributerlbotb aldes sufferiug and profiting in turn R lzliqrt all riB eouM not win frolBthePieBeers with a square deal orwith aa umpire who wag willing lia St honestlyand render his dooiolirt iaeSaw them reganl teee ef who It Itelped or Inj red PreflWeHt lJeeerysent llaaley and Hogan over to help ills pets put and Haaley delivered the goods in large packages A ileoison in the third iIlBlngdstlCyelwhatner chance the Pioneers had of whtangthccrame Witkoncman tint and smal1 on second the batter hit u bajl to Til ford at third aeeTIte maa on seoBtl started to third aad jost as Tilford was jWdinj the ball dc- liberatelyrauinto kim kNcithe Jifan18yoaUedoth plain a ease el illtri rtiwas evcoet oaaay the tact that Uaatay LMwe it to go- ssOUes4p41teUr hiyso completely la thenlr three rjo wrescred b- eforStItde ecali be retired Try a they Bigl oacc boys cpnld wbt pull thernielvs i Ugathar 1d Mnaliy loit UM gw by thf score ef 8101 lf it aaythtaf hot lotera t lag to sco the fails taam play he caPes of UH ooatlaual kicking of MeKenum who kicks oaf almost trary 4oii Itia vet in faver of kit team 6f seb tactics bt it IIfIII iajo4 g be game for ato- e1 db PeW J d11 S to a iiI i for 550 650 475 500 395 ill 295 Big August 330 everlasting attempting for for pricesI79c 1 COVINCTON and BANKS game where there is continnal wrangling between umpire and players but it delays the game un til they are frequently two and a half hours long and they get tired of sitting on seats that ore not any too comfortable waiting the final result If this were the first instance in which the umpires had favored Paris it would have gone unnoticed but the fact that it Is almost a daily occuranco puts people to thinking and it seems that all come to the same conclusion that the other teams of the league are not getting a square deal Cannot something be done to right this wrong Is it possible that there is no appeal to be had from such rank decisions by the umpires Basa ball fans tire patient and ngsnfferiag but they are de minding justice and unless it is forthcoming from some sourca the daysjof the Blue Grass League are numbered We arc for fair plav under any and all circumstances and wo regret exceedingly that it was necessary for us to write tbi4 article but as loyal supporters or the league and of tbo Richmond team we think it nothing but right that the attention of the powers that be ehouldbe called to thecon dltlon of affairs Crusade Against Illegal Sale of Liquor County Attorney O PJackson is being warmly congratulated upon the success lie has met with his first efforts to cs terminate illegal sale of liquor Ho spent several days recently at Ford which resulted in the examining trial of Ales Pence before Judge Shackclford andon the evidence of various witnesses twenty counts were found against him for this unlawful traffic Ho was fined 100 for one offense Mr Jackson feels confident that ho will have no trouble in convicting him in allothcr cases which como up for trial Fridiy Mr Jackson says he will see that the law is enforced Announces For Sheriff The announcement of M NB Jones for sheriff cf Madison npaaty suijet tojhs action of the Pemjl ratONrlyappeafiMeew thhjsne erf tto Climax Mr net- 1sttdla his aa o BoH Ht lor Jailer fourycnrj ayov that be Would totb foroneliJrMupa kinU Mli raceforbrif Md al their ollelUUop suthorisies hte nom bine assuming the dtities of the offiwpf jaU r 1I Jones baa JaithfnUy discharged ihtt obligatibn involved with perfect mliffactioii toal concerned He aoieits the cupportot the Democracy of Madison connty and in the event of hu election to she office he 8ka the same strict attention to bo iRM8 that baa chuMMdmd II- pl8lt dmiIstrstioa a aiI- rf III To Drive Ants Away A general complaint is heard from housewives about tho presence of ants AIto green walnuts in their haunts This remedy was handed to tho Climax by one of Richmonds most venerable and highly respected women a housekeeper for many years and her word is to be relied upon To Meet at Berea The annual convention of the Madison County Sunday School Association will bo held Saturday on the Berea College Campus The exercises will begin at nine oclock and continue until 130 with a basket dinner during the noon hour A delightful program has been made out and a largo attendance is expected An arrangement has been mado with tho L N for an early train to Boron thus enabling persons from here who desire to go by rai- lAnnounces for Assessor Elsewhere in The Climax will be found the announcement of Mr W F Jarman for assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Jarman an nounced his candidacy for this ofllcc before the last Democratic primary but was late in geUing his name before the voters and reaizing the handicap as a result of this procrastination withdrew from the race He states that it is his inten tion to mako a thorough canvas of the county anti will be in the race until the finish Mr Jarman is o resident of Kingston and is a farmer by occupation and hag a large follow ing of friends who will be pleased to know that ho has decided to again become a candidate Ho solicits the vote of every Democrat in the county and promises if elected to discharge the duties of the office with credit to nil concerned Notice to Contractors Scaled bids will bp received by tho City of Richmond Ky for the con struction of comcnt sidewalks curbing and guttering and opened ten days thereafter By the squaro yard for sidewalks by the lineal foot for curbing and guttering Said work to be done according to tho specifications adopted by the city for said work A certified check for 2 per cent of tho contract prico will bo required of each bidder for the faithful performance of tho work Tho following work will to included in this contract viz All the parties named in the ordinance passed by the City Council at the regular meeting 4 1010 and published in tho Richmond Ky Climax Aug10 1910 According toJaw where work at tho time of lot ting jsnot under construction the right is1 reserved by the City of Richmond to rejectany and all bids ityof Rich moridKy By SAXL RICE Mayor = = K 4 Deaths Errtsox The death of Sirs JB Elli son which occurred last Tuesday at he homo near Kingston caused wide sprea i sorrow among her large list of relatives and friends Deceased was in her sixty ninth year and her death came after an invalidism of several years which she bore with Christian fortitude and patience She was a devoted member of the Mt ion church Besides her husband sho is survived by the following children Mesdames W W Adams anti John D Goodloc Jr Misses Same anti Elizabeth Ellison and Messrs T JJ n- and A B Ellison to all jf whom the sympathy of the entire community is COilIceme tory THE CHURcH SUPPER u Dingdong Said the big church bell U A supper tonight and things to sell J Dingdong I I do declare Here Im rung in on a vestry fair Ive a mind to ctick and refuse to ring Fcc I wasnt donated for such a thing Bat my oh my I How sweet that smells I I wish that coffee were good for bells I For at every pull the sexton gave Tho bell swung out above the pave And at every swing ho got the scent And on ho swung there all content Said down below good pastor Pipp Fingers tapping tip to tip I have been asked by all whoro here- To say unto the sister dear Who brought the coffee here tonight That we consider it her right To thus be thanked la public wise 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 Ie I knew What CHASE SAMBORHS brand wouM doGood you know are oaljr letAnd so she mited In deep content ewdt MciDncy- Staple and Fancy Groceries Hay Corn Oats and Ships tuff Telephone 223 A Cooler THat Cools and that quenches the thirst invigorates the system and kills that tired fee Jgiswhat our soda trdo The best driak for hot irtather ever d Yiwc l A1tS8apQf flwe eb nf 4fBef without its heating jwtl i kxxic wi TO c wlfcr u L PitcI N0 I PHONE 757 MAIN ST AweepsALE If anything Ladies Childrens Shoes see save us and vtD ULDRM AND COMPANY Buy Standard Rotary Se- wingMachin Cash or Easy LUMAN AND HIGGINS Carpets Opposite Hotel Glyndon Street makes The Best Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store We gathered from good and well Today wo are opinion ofour stock asa whole ask for criticismsrequest your And when you have seen bought we are you will away an impression that will bo sure to bring back Its your to buy or look just as you pleaseand if you only look youre welcome L o E LANEBig Watch 210 Main Street Ballards Snow Liniment Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Wounds Sprains Bruises it a and Convinced Three Sizes Price 25 50c and 100 SNOW UKIMENT CO ProprietorST and IRecommended D H L PERRY FOR SALEa A handsome bran new residence on Woodland the most beautiful streets in ICy and contains 3 rooms hall upstairs and 4 rooms hall pantry front and back porehta splendid with concrete floor y onrAll the wood work interior of house is finished natural wood and rooms are son ly papered For particulars call on W LLEEDSrTHE SJLMEPLACE cWOODLAND AVENUE x OND TUGYY re S A Dollar Saved is acollar- EarnedMen are Saying Dollars Getting just the right Suit for this time of jear Suits too for the hal ance of the summer and early fa 11 Youll never buy suits again like these for little prices Finish the season looking welldressed d have and almost new suit next Spring 1500 1800 Suits 1275 2000 and 2250 Suits 1575 2500 and 2800 Suits 1975 3000 and 3500 Suits v 2575 We are still making cut prices in all departments to close up and all spring and summer goods before our fall season begins Our stocks have been replenished with many 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 you need in Mens and Low in strap pumps and ribbon ties Call and uswe have all the new things in novelties neckwear hosiery wash fabrics etc You can money by buying from Come in get posted Repectfully A Payments Furniture and Stoves Main Headquarters for Sewing Machines and Suppliesall in everywhere asking your We critical looking and sure carry you privilege Sign Old etc Give Trial be BALLARD Sold avenueone of Jlich vnond and kitchen cellar well buildings on in hand AT RIC such and ankle Decide Yourself The Opportunity Is Here Backed by Richmond Testimony Dont lake our word for it Dont depend on a strangers state meat Read Richmond endorsement Rend the statements of Richmond citizensAnd decide lor yourself Here is one case of It Mrs J W Pnmphroy Danville St Lancaster Ky says My experience with Dpans 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 baokbecamewas unable to attend to my housework KidneyPillsfrom the first and had I continued taking them long enough I believe they would have effected a complete todiscontinueH time hut again taking it and am cer bin it will soon rid me entirely of kid fey trouble elsFosterMllburuYork sole agents for the United States ndtakePeople who havent anything else to worry about fcre again concerning themselves with the love affairs of Miss Elkins Dan H Dreck life fire and accident insurance tf Farmers mechanien railroaders laborers rely on Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil Takes thelltintontef cats burns or braises at once Pain cannot stay where it is treed am- A man may be justified in Wearing long whiskers if his wife buys hfc neckties Wanted Boarders er resewt 248 Cdlm Street ft Tb wiw BOM ewrW teeth life alt tire iMHneM Dm TL rek lathe beet polio jjf Active at 57 This wooM Mt IM HftiMHMl Mtwrflff mill wocahlkeptvItd p a M Mift al k i play fc M t lea Untwr vttfc 01 ft tUiiIta L Womans Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leave its lasting marks on them Nearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble It should not beneglected takingCarduiasBegin at once and give Cardui a fair trial TAKE CARD U IF It Will Help You Sirs Katie Burlison Gorcville Ill tried Cardui and writes Isuffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui and soon began to mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES We Must Stand It None but the initiated knoweth accuracy required in a printing office The aver age reader who detects a mis spelled word or letter turned up side down feels his mis sion on earth is not accomp 1attentionthe glaring defect He does not notice the thou sands and the tens of thous ands of letters that are in place or the multitude o f words correctly spelled but his eagle eye is glued on the one out of place So it is with our deeds Man does a thous and good deeds and no atten tion is paid them but if he make one mistake itis flashed all over the world A lifetime may be spent in building up a reputation that may be wrecked in a moment The world is a harsh critic exact faultn If we work upon marble it will perish if we workupon brass time will efface it if we rear temples they will crumble into dust but if we workupon immortal minds if we imbue them with prin ciples with the just fear of God and love of our fellow men we engrave on these tablets something that will brighten all eternityDani- el Webster Getrichquick schemes enable a lot of people to get poor quicker ANew York man has sued a divorced lady for 50000 for breach of promise She must have secured a nice bunch of alimony from the other fellow 4 Refrain from hopping on your neighbors corns when you got hop ping mad Free Remedy For Weak Bowels There are two forms of bodily cleanliness the external and the in ternal The one is for your pride in yourself the other for life and health Both are important but of vastly more importance in the long run is the internal cleanliness This Is one point that all should watch about their bodythe cleanliness of the fromobstructionsone or two movements of the bowels systemdoesof eating and drinking then you must findingoutupworse likeDrbeItInbottleUseyou that a brief continuance of Its use will relieve you permanently that It win train the stomach and bowel muscles to boursthencents and one dollar a bottle Just as so many others are doing They began with centbotUemerits they buy the one dollar family size All the members of the family can youngestA tonic tonnindigestionsour stomach and such ailments and keep you In continuous good health at a very small cost Such is the experience of OscarFleenerSaran Tex and hundreds of others that could be named pleasedtodesire for yourself or family to absolutelYtreeletter and he will reply to you In detail For the free sample simply send your name and address onll postal card or otherwise For either request tho doctnrs address Is Dr W B Caldwell R500 Cald well building Monticello IlL SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Lb Discharge the Ashman I Cook I r With Gas I gas comes comfort Saves time and lessens IVith to carry up no ashes to carry out Saves laborrof coat isnt burned anyway its carried by the ashmauand thats just so much caShfI Burn Gas instead of o Gas saves money Dont have to waste H in getting heat Its ready in a jiUy Dont have to waste cash 1111Ithe cooking Is done ai you do with coal Turn oil gas and you turn off waste Gas is better in every waysaves time dirt work and money besides giving a wonderful amount cf worryIwhich folks never dreamed of before Richmond Water ani lijW l Telephone 82 C9J I N V WHITEThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ing our shelves also a complete showing of School Dress Materials f it fr arrnWeand our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Our cash system of doing Business enables us to give our customers i Especially LowPrices Weare always glad to have you call and inspect our go- odsVWIJI1EIL t 1at1 MOOW t Pongee Shirts A beautiful line of Mens Pongee Shirts with turnback cuffs and collar attached White and t tan in plain and fancy patterns The ideal sum mer shirt for work or vacation wear Regular 125 values our price H 98cI Mens U Athletic Underwear Snort sleeve shirts knee drawers Regular 35c quality our price 25 cents garment Otis balbriggan underwear 50c quality at 39c Elastic seam drawers in white 50c grade at 39c Tennis Shoes and Low Cuts for men women and children Ni o rn 0ce 0 rJj U u 4c uU tu E V ELDERMILL WORK INTERIOR TRIMS LtJVIOERThe quality of everything you buys guaranteed by us We spare no in making our building ials the best Blanton=Congleton Lumber Co Incorporated Successors to Ed Blanton S Co Near L A Depot Telephone 425 130 130 t Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 We will on Od1st 1910 give away one ful 100Alsoand open Bridal valued at 30 This is no humbugIt is a fair deal and legitimate it clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade We give to each and every purchaser ticketfor every sm worta of trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot at Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910g1Ve further propose to sell 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 outlay before you go out See our circulars for full expla nation plenty of them at our office Read Carefully the Articles Below collars Back Bands Farm Blind Bridals Hiding Bridals Break Harness Dcivo Harness Surrey Harness Buggy Pads etc Houghton Buggipj Columbus Burgles Manyer Buggies UL A Buggies KILutrman Buggies 0K 0c will you Horse Post Buggies and all medium Buggies Break Carts Road Wagons and Surroys Kubbor tier the best put on quick and reasonable First class Horse Shoeing the best Buggy trimmer High Class Painting your Binders and mowers quickly re paired Blacksmithing complete any job in wood neatly repaired and also have the finest mechanics Send inyour Vehicle for Painting and Repairs Early Lackey Co e- reYOu ARE A interested iIi Lumber Lath Shin gdes Dearst Sash Etc Ifso see t J f r T4dEt1w af JJWbeCO- r f r c Pe4oo jr- IIUIMJIC to TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR New Fall i Clothing which is arriving daily we have greatly reduced our prices on all summer goods These suits are blue serge gray and black worsted plain and While classed as summer they are thereallyyear round 2000 Suits for men at 1498 1800 Suits for men at 1248 1500 Suits for men at r 998 1 000 Suits for men aV 174s Ah Elegant Line o- fODDPANTS I 3at prices that will surprise you I o ctl 0en ti effort mater rolled We Sell and Guarantee un el lose 4 pairs wear 4 months without mending 4 pairs in box 1 per Box R G Corsets McCall Patterns 10 and 15 cents 500 Ladies Vests 8 13c quality 4cts Regular 1212c Ladies Vests all sizes 8 cents 200 pairs Ladies Sample Shoes and Slippers at 98 cents pair mm mmm u n Mowers and Rakes The Walter A Wood A little the best Mower ever put on the market If you are interested come and take a look at the Mower that is not controlled by the Trust Douglas Simmons Deatoarc J EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing GutteringNew Telephone 20 The most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather is Riccis Ice Cream PARLORt Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily Meals served any hour day or night i = Have Fifty Bran New Silk Dresses Justin From T3 750 to 30001in Taffeta Foulardsnand Rajah They were sentl i here to sell at the price Gomel jumping 1 Lots ofGQodThingsIIerei S l JBWaIker y tc I Fitting byRC t 1 a L 8Street Richmond Ky 1 AClesIlOraweep SALEEarnedMen and departments summer many t you need anything in and Childrens in ankle uswe all new fabrics etc money by us in Repectfully W D OLDHAM AND COMPANY r Buy Standard Rotary Se- wingiViachine 7iJr 17qut411fiess or Easy Payments n LyMAN ANDHIGGINS Carpets t Opposite Glyndon Main f Headquarters for Machines and Suppliesallmakes The Best in Jewelrydom You to This Store We gathered from everywhere good and well Today wo are asking your ofour stock asa whole Wo ask for criticismsrequest your critical looking And whon you have seen and trc are sure you will carry away an impression that will be sure to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or just as you and if you only look youre welcome L0 E 0 LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street 9sISnow Liniment Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Old Wounds Bruises etc Give it a Trial and be Convinced Three Sizes 2550c and BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO JAMES F BAUARD Proprietor ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold tend b L PERRY FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenueone of the most beautiful streets in Rich mond Kyand contains 3 rooms iind and 4 rooms hall kitchen front and porch a cellar with concrete floor well drained coal house and other out buildings All the work on interior of house is finished in natural wood and rooms hand k homely papered onsWL LEEDSAT SAllKPLAC- BWOODLANDAVENU E I RICHMOND ENTVKY I A Dollar Saved is a Dollar are Saving Dollars Getting just the right Suit for this time of yearSuits too for the balance of th summer and early fall Youll never buy suits attain like these for such little prices Finish the season looking welldressed and have and almost new suit next Spring 1500 and 1800 Suits 275 2000 and 2250 Suits 1575 2500 and 2800 Suits I 1975 3000 3500 Suits 2575 We are still making cut prices in all to close and all spring and 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 for your benefit If Mens Ladies Low Shoes strap pumps and ribbon ties Call and see have the things in novelties neckwear hosiery wash You can save buying from Come and get potted A Cash Furniture and Stoves Hotel Street Sewing Invites opinion bought look please Sprains Price 100 Recommended H hall upstairs pantry back splendid good stable wood are THE up them H Decide Yourself The Opportunity Is Here Backed by Richmond Testimony Dont take our word for it Dotit depend on a strangers state meat Read Richmond endorsement Read the statements of Richmond citizensAnd decide for yourself Here is one case of it Mrs J W Pumphrey 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 great deal from backache and at night could not sleep On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I houseworkBeing from the first and had I continued taking them long enough I believe thou would have effected a complete todiscontinueH time hot again taking it Knit am cer taro it will soon rid me entirely of kid ney trouble l1FosterMilburnYork sole agents for the United States natoeDoingendtake People who havent any thing else to worry about Tare main concerning themselves with the love affairs of Miss Elkins Dan H Breck life fire and accident Insurance if Farmers mechanics railroaders laborers rely on Dr Thor ae Eclectic Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns or bruises at once Pain cannot Ietay where it Is treedamA man may be justified in- wettringlong whiskers if his wife buys nisi neckties Wanted v Boarders er room f6 at 3tB Cetttec street St The wise MB estrus t eti life aa4 fee i IIIIHtOLn Hv JkiekltM the peHw tf fictive atlt etIMxHtiwoHl stiff freDlt iIaH jwM asa pda as w tM kwl tile r aaae tAMtrks6ae1bW I Womans BeautySo- mewomen retain their beauty to an adyanc i i age But women yrho regularly endure age rapidly for suffering leavevita lasting marks on them co JSTearlyvall women suffer more or less with some neglectedAvoidCardui as thousands of other women have done trialI JSG It Will Help You Mrs Katie Burlison Goreville Ill tried Carclui andwrites I suffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui and soon began to mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES We Must Stand It None but the initiated knoweth accuracy required in a printing office The average reader who detects a mis spelled word or letter turned up side down feels his mis sion on earth is not accomplished until he has called the attention of the over worked editor to the glaring defect He does not notice the thou sands and the tens of thous ands of letters that are in place or the multitude o f words correctly spelled but his eagle eye is glued on the one out of place So it is with our deeds Man does a thous and good deeds and no atten tion is paid them but if he make one mistake itis flashed all over the world A lifetime may be spent in building up- a reputation that may be wrecked in a moment The world is a harsh critic exacting to a fault we work upon marble it IIfperish if we work upon brass time will efface itj if we rear temples they will crumble into dust but if we work upon immortal minds if we imbue them with prin ciples with the just fear of God and love of our fellow men we engrave on these tablets 50 willbbrighten all eternityDan iel Webster Getrichquick schemes enable a lot of people to get poor quicker A New York man has sued a divorced lady for 50000 for breach ofpromise She must have secured a nice bunch of s alimony from the other fellow Refrain from hopping on your hopIFree Remedy For Weak Bowels There are two forms of bodily cleanliness the external and the internal The one is for your pride in yourself the other for life and health Both are important but of vastly more importance in the long run is the internal cleanliness This Is one point that all should watch thebowelsobstructions To do this you must have one or two movements of the bowels systemdoesof eating and drinking then you must obtain aid of some kind After finding out that cathartics salts and such things relieve you for a day but bind you up worse than ever the next day then try a likeDrbeJrinbottleUseyou that a brief continuance of its use will relieve you permanentlythat It will train the stomach and bowel muscles to again work naturally at certain hoursthen buy it of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle Just as so many others are doing They began with centbottlemerits they buy the one dollar family size All the members of the family can youngestA tonic formIndigestionsour stomach and such aliments and keep you in continuous good health at a very small cost Such Is the experience of OscarFleenerSaron Tex and hundreds ot others that could be named pleasedtodesire for yourself or family to absolutelYtreoletter and he will reply to you in detail For the free sample simply send your name and address ana postal card or otherwise For either request tho doctnrs address is Dr W B Caldwell R500 Cold well building Monticello IlL SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS w rsoaob w Discharge the Ashman I Cook thIGas k With gas conies comfort Saves time and lessens I laborrNo coal to carry up no ashes to carry out Saves great deal of coal isnt burned anyway its carried by the ashman and thats just so much waste Burn Gas instead of CaSh o Gas saves money Dont have to waste it in getting heat Its ready in a jiffy Dont have to waste cash upJthe cooking is done I1i you do with coal Turn off gas and you turn off waste Gas is better in every waysaves time dirt work worry and money besides giving a wonderful amount cf which folks never dreamed of before JmfortI I Richmond 1Telephone aattk II 1 0 tt1 N V WHIITEThe Old Reliable Dry Gcods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ing our shelves also a complete showing of School Dress t f Materials o We carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Our cash syste- modoingfusiness enables us to give our customers Especially LOw 1ftesyC r We are always glad to have you goodsr 4 N V WHITF 0 MMH wftwi lwBfOW First to 11fr utu i I u f 4t i i 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 125 values our price 9Se Mens H Athletic Underwear Snort sleeve shirts knee drawers Regular 35c quality our price 25 cents garment Otis balbriggan underwear 50cquality at39c Elastic seam drawers in white 50c grade at 39C Tennis Shoes and Low Cuts for men women and children y o tla C o tfj uc cJ cU ttz ELDEHMILL WORK INTERIOR TRIMS LU3VIBER The quality everything you buy is guaranteed by us We spare no effort in making our building mater fff ials the best Blanton=Congleton Lumber Co IncordoratcU Successors to Ed Blanton rCo Near L A Depot Telephone 425 130 130 lackey Colyer Telephone 282 We will on Od1st 1910 give away one ful Leather trimmed Rubber Tire buggy valued at100 Also a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 This is no humbugIt is a fair deal and legitimate it clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade We will give to each and every purchaser ticket for every sm worth of trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot nt and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st HnOiv e 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 out circulars for full expla nation plenty of them at our office Read Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars flack Bands Farm Blind Bridals Riding Bridals Break Harness Drive Harness Surrey Harness Buggy Pads eic Houghton Buggies lliugie81Manycr K L A Buggies Kauffman Buggies OK l1 Post Buggies and all medium Buggies Break Carts Road Wagons and Surreys Rubbertier the best put on quick and reasonable First class Horse Shoeing tho best Buggy trimmer High Gloss Painting your Binders and mowers quickly re paired Blacksmithing complete any job in wood neatly repaired and also have the finest mechanics Send in your Vehicle for Painting and Repairs Early Lackey Colyer e ARE r YOUnteres- ted t 0 I in Lumber Lath shin les Doors r Sash Etc If so see t ri n 1 a 3 4 i f i3i roddEdwatdsLumoot o ft lGt 4 i K iIjof TO MAKE ROOM FOR OURANew Fall Clothing which is arriving daily we have greatly reducJdT on all summer goods These suitsarec c ndbluefancy patterns While classed as summer they are really all season suits and can be worn tlif year round j 2000 Suits for men at s l498 y 1800 Suits for men at WB 1500 Suits for men at 998 0aI1 r- An it Llegaht Line of IsT D D I 1 prices that will surprise you 4 0o d of at We Sell and Guaranteev Wlfflderliose If 4 pairs ycarl mendingi 1 per Box J4 tfjR f McCall Patterns lOan fii b15 cents Z I Y ti 500 Ladies Vests 8 13c quality 4 ash Regular 12 12c Ladies Vests all sizes 8 cerifi 200 pairs Ladies Sample Shoes and Slippers at 98 cents pair nn cnnnun E V Mowers and Rakes The Walter A Wood i A little the best Mower ever put on the market 1fYQU are interested come and take a look at the Mower that is not controlled by the Trust Douglas 9 Simmons S DeatneragJ EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing and Guttering New Place on Second Street Telephonlll J 4 The most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather is Riccis Ice Cream PARLORFCandies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily f t Meals served any hour day or night tj f01 JI rq Have Fifty Bran New Silk DressesiS just in From I750 to in Taffeta Foulards and Tust and Rajah They were here to sell at the price sentI jumping i Lots of Good Things Hret1 v 1 Js B Walker I 1 i t j Fltttp by Mrs Moore the best fJ V 1Ii r 5L 1383ecn4free t D k V IIJIau r