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J f1JTtIE KICHMOND CIIPVLAt 1 t 37th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUGKYWEDNESDAY AUGUST 31 1910 NUMBER 13 WALL PAPER IAN EDUCATED ANIMAL Sale weight The buy at glance is the product oa the Imagine doesnt tho between and inferior feed You can tell tough you Vnli oats you pleasingkind Burnside Robinson Coal Lim3 Cen nt J and Plaste Material Office and Wiireli on L N R R PHONE 14 RICHMOND S For Two No I Poland China boars about 135 to 150 tf Hoy C White get knows a tint hay best market Dont a minute that your horso goof a from a tender steak yur horse goad as much as tender steak here mse For Elegant of three rooms furnished or Apply N Second St tf nn Im Convinced You Give Every Man a Square Deal The above compliment was paid by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be of the opinion Tin a town of less than four hundred peo= pIe with fierce competion on all sides we have in years built up a Banking busi ness of over 12500000 Resources Pesos Enk of Pant Lick Ky a L Pres W C Fish VPres W G Kemper Cashier O N Asst rMAT root 61 AftC- HeisstcrcD ARCH Right to good work is o your paper from an up to dateline and get an uptodate paper hanger our for know difference cant tlp preciates pefer 5sH 5n Rent flat unfurnished 237 Telephone 354 us others same eight Woods Terrill Cashier Way As The Hill Counties Sec Us The Carlisle Mercury says We have written and published our opinions of the 1910 tobacco crop several times and as usual some have mis construed our position but that matters little Those who have managed the pool herefore have decided to go ahead with the of 1910 and leave it to the poolers themselves wheth er the pool is strong enough This being so we shallsupport them in the fight but with the distinct understanding that the big blue grass coun ties join in the work We are in favor of holding our pooling contracts until the big ones come across clean and if they refuse then we are in favor of throwing down the bars and going to the best market in sight As long as the counties designated as Hill Counties make the market and pay the expenses it is a certainty that the Blue Grass counties will take ad vantage of the situation and stay out of any pool This may be buisness on their part but it is a mean spirit Our idea is that instead of sending orators to the Blue Grass counties thatreal farm ers and tobacco raisers be sent and sent with authority to speak for their neighbors and speak with no uncertain words Let them know that they can notstand seven cent tobacco any better than can Let them know this is no idle threat but a solemn and ser ious fact and if they can see their one hundred and one hundred and fifty dollar land decrease one half we can stand a like fall in ours The trouble is that these s Read Say Foot Richmond Messrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen I ama school teacher am on feet a great deal and suffered with tired aching feet After a trial I find the Foot Eazer bought give me much reliet and I hope never to be without them again Very Miss Willie L Traynor Richmond Messrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen Isuffered for years and years with corns bunions and callouses on my feet I could scarcely walk and could not sleep at nights I tried every remedy I heard of but not until I bought a pair of your Foot Eazer did I get any relief Now I can walk with ease and without hob bling and can rest at nights Money would not buy my Foot Eazers unless I could get another pair v Very I J Jeff Stone V Messrs Hamilton Brothers I have worn the pair of Foot Eazars f from you for six months and cou sider them just as essential for comfort as shoes Truly yours JM Benton Richmond Messrs Hamilton Brothers I am on my feet most of the time and suffered intense pain in my feet for a long time Hut comfort come when I bought a pair of your Foot Eazers Now I can stand on my feet allday without feel ing the pain I would not be without them Respt W E Blanton Pha91Z W P BAXTERfew lines will never reach those who are most interested in them and consequently have little influence in the Blue Grass fellows to a realization of the condi tion of things 28000000 Stolen During Past Five Year by Bank Officials and Gov ernment Thaft from two hanks ate known within the list ew weeks have the attantion of the American Bankers Association to this class of crime That it is on the increase is shown by perusal of the records for the last five years during which time more than 28 000000 has beets embezzled from banks and ies in the United States In the federal prison at whereIprisoners are received from all over the country the banter convicts exceed other class of everyI cept burglars and mail bers There are thirteen former officials of banks do ing time in Riverside prison The number of banker convicts in Sing Sing could not be ascertained as the records were not avail number of bank officials and the total amount of thefts recorded do not tell the complete story of bank thefts To avoid the banks take their losses without report ing to the authorities or em ployes Wanted Boarders or roomers at 243 Collins Street 5 t 4 A Broken Down Arch I fTTruthl Assertion- The worst habit that boys can fall into is that of loafing around on the streets at night In is then they cast their lot in slippery places when at any moment they are likely to fall from grace All good and noble lessons taught them by their mothers are there and nullified They learn nothing that is goodbut bad The boys who spend ihnir evenings In the sacred pre cincts of thi home with good books for their are the future hope of this republic they will fill our and halls and sit in on men and measures while the the boys who run the streets will fill our penitentiaries almshouse and lunatic asylums Parent who are for these broken laws of decency will have broken hearts an d bowed heads in the years that will follow Cook Farms Firt Annual Sale Friday Septnmber thirtieth Greatest event of the kind ever held in Kentucky 50 saddle mares colts and fillies 50 jon netts and colts all registered Catalogues now ready Everyone of the jennotts should be kept in Kentucky J F COOK 8154t Lexington Ky Too Much Praying Another preacher has gone and overdone it A meeting for for rain was answered the same day this week with a which millions of dollors worth of property in West Perhaps after all it might be better to let the Lord manage these thingsLexington Herald Wrong Retire Go We Sell fiii J is of is to r Y cw a Fire Life Accident and Health Insur anco in the very best old line Win S Broaddus Agt tf 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 persons having claims against the firm of Golden and Flora are requested to file same properly proven as required by law on or before Sept 1 1910 or same will be barred It C H Pigg Assignee at is to a o to hang why will find most luxurious I STEARNS FOSTER I MATTRESS 1 that springiness magnifiedmany Special ofmaking We will explain this you more you call Nights Free 1050 1350 2250a Oldharn LackeyUndertaking Specialty Lumber is emulsion reason is its worlds standard strength r ALL wait your to See Dan II tf No M re FOOT TroublesNO MORE TIRED ACHING FEET Buy of Eazer Tired Limbs Weak Corns Bunions and caused by relieved by wearing the Eazer What Others About Eazer Kentucky consequently thorough supports fromfyou Kentucky Supports permanent Respectfully Winchester Kentucky Gentlemen tbougl constantly Kentucky Gentlemen slightest Very awakening Employes compelled trusteompan Pittsburg ableThe publicity frequently prosecuting offending counteracted everything companions legislative congressional judgment responsible awakening inevitably supplications apparently downpour destroyed Pennsylvania Carts Liquid Veneer IP- W Ie natural cotton times Web layers fully when Sixty Trial 1600 Creditors- All anybody Scottsits Flat Foot and Foot Respectfully Process EAZERI The Foot Eazer eases feet the most practical foot resting device devised Consists of springs base supporting plate and unner spring of tempered German Silver covered These springs are rivited togeth n silver rivits at heel and are to be in f5 V These Features Make Foot Eazers Most Unique lst Selfadjusting and even pressure to all feet either high or low instep- 2ndEqualizes bodys weight by bridging it from heel to to- e3rdWith the double spring feature the top plate slides and forth on the under spring hence does not cut or gouge the insole 4thGives just right pressure just the right spot The Way buy lot old stock and get it for you Phone the the by the the felt Companies the only imi tated The plain the best Insist upon having the flesh builder DRUGGISTS Dont untill house burns think about insurance Dreck a or the This ever two finely leather allowed free front the back the Foot IISupp5th=Being selfadjusting instantly relieves all muscular strain and pressure on the membranes that hold theIIarticulations 4 6thAs it is springyeasy to wear and has a tendency to develop the muscles thus enabling a complete cure c 7thLight in weight so that every one can instantly wear and be permanently benefitted 8th Applicable to all forms of tired feet and limbs also severe cases Can be worn in any shoe unnoticeable FOOT RETAIL AT 200 I Half of the ills of humanity are caused by weak or broken down arch or flat foot A Foot Eazer relieves all aches and permanently cures in most cases Made in all sizes for ladies and men Remember we fit them to the feet Price 200 a pair Do as others are doingbuy a pair of Foot Eazers and stop your gruntingtFoot Eazers 2 Fair WALL PAPER r One reason you the bed in the and Dav Telephone 75 Night Telephone 136 229 WS O RO L JL BlantonWhol- esale and Retailr Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement and All Kinds of Plaster Material Corner Main and B Str- eetsTELBPIIONS 85 Dmtttto fOOt or rosmoM A Pair Foot Supports Aching Feet Ankles Callouses Rheumatism instantly permanently corrected TilE FOOT EAZERS sito I Read What Your Friends Say About Foot Eazers Richmond Kentucky Messrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen Your Foot Eazer Arch Supports are the greatest relief I have ever found They dis tribute the weight of the body over the entire bottom of the foot and by raising the center the ball of foot and heel are not only relieved of so much weight but the foot is prevented from pressing for nard thereby allowing corns and bunions to cure up I cannot praise them too highly Very truly yours N B Turpin Richmond Kentucky Messrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen For months I suffered with cramp ed pains in my feet which I thought was rheumatism and was unable to attend to store duties after I had spent money and timeondiffereintremeches and springs did I find what would euro me Your Foot Dazers did the work satisfactorily for me Now I work in my store every day I cheerfully recom mend them to my friends Very Respt- G W Pickels Richmond Kentucky Messrs Hamilton Brothers Gentlemen I have been wearing the pair of Foot Eazers or Braces sold by you and the results have been very satisfactory to me I have used sev eral kinds of instep supports and without doubt yours are far superior to any others and must be used by anyone needing them to be appreciated Yours truly H C Rice Richmond Kentucky Messrs HamiltonBrothers- Gentlemen Your Foot Eazers are all you claim for them Respt J N Horne Messrs Hamilton Brothers- I can not say too much for your Foot Eazer Supports Yours truly Vm Martin ll 4r IT1a ml1 1 on Brothers 34 11 i- T Titlinen pf the year when mothers are think f i ing 01 school dresses and fabrics vV An inspection of our stock will con 1 vince you that we are headquarters Jforlovely Ip Gal co MadrasSI Our showing midsummer mater ials is superb We carry a full line of Novelties and you will make a mistake if yon dontvisit our Drapery department Our stock includes uptaIOWEN McKEE l iDRY GOODS COMPANY YOU ARE WEJiCOME TO OUR REST ROOM Corner 1st Main The Richmond Climax rtttllSlED HER IT TllE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated I A D MILLER EDITOR l tUmber cl PRESS and PUBIISIIERS lEAGUE FPJCE 100 PER YEAR IWAIVANO- KWEDNESDAY AUG 31 1910 r VACATION days are growing lower and f the schools will soon be open for the i serious work of another year Our town ris blessed in having three high class educational institutions which aro far nbove the average in capable educators Parents in search of the best for their children in the way of a practical nnd kolid training of the moral and intellect iial faculties need not go far to fill the p requirements Our schools havo shown LEO well tho hightoned quality of their jvrbrk that it is a gratification to the JjCitizens of this place that they need not fao far in search of culture and instruc lion for their children Aside from lathis should be the loyalty and civic pride that makes us glad to show that we have confidence in our home schools by patronizing them and thus proving io the outsiders by our confidence and patronage that our school training is Livhatthey need for their children Dont S Behd the children away to school for when they can got the best Exighlhere at home f i I will not bo a candidate for Presi iient in 1912 declared william Jen ff nings Bryan at Kalamazoo Michigan 3 Friday This is the first time tho Neb Jraskan has positively stated that ho V would not make an effort to secure the Democratic nomination for the presi sdency in 1912 There is plenty of good rjihaterial in the party but who will be the next candidate for President on the Democratic ticket depends upon what the next Congress does said Mr Bryan sl1 elieye tho Democrats will contol the dJut House That the country is dis catisfied with the Republican party is manifested from the strength of the insurgency movement TnEiiE is a mournful truth in tho sug 1 Vgosiion that the candidacy of Senator i OJTcCrcary for Governor affords the vot ers of Kentucky the last chance they v will ever have to vote for a Confederate J ii soldier for a State office Senator Mc r Crcary was one of the younger of the Confederates but ho is now well ad anced in years The thin gray line leading pitifully fast and Senator Mc Creary is undoubtedly the last Confed erate soldier who will seek State office iBtthe hands of Kentucky Democrats Glasgow Times THB First person arrested and fined forsaking a drink of intoxicants on a passenger train since tim now law wont Into effect several weeks ago was a passenger cnrouto from Paducnh to Cir The man was turned over to a policeman at Maysville the first town reached after imbibing and pleading Iiil1y to the charge was fined 10 and cost It is to be hoped that other con tjactprs will follow the example set and t stop to this shameful practice of drinking on trains RErCBLiCASS in the Eleventh district iwHlbot support Caleb Powers if ho is CongressnaaJudge L D Lewis of Leslie county a regular Republican and Judge of the Twentythird judicial district said that ZitalebPowers was nominated for iCejBgressinthe Eleventh district over y Edwards enough Republicans would votVfor some Democrat to defeat Pow e A ashier for a New York dry goods firm refused to take a vacation when ffeed him by his employers and as niarMttk was placed under arrest charg giib stealing 15000 The declara a4e by the cashier that ho was tSt ef work to think for a moment jiteS way aroused the suspicions HilM officers of the firm and an exami ttakof his books revealed a shortage ostated- l bCht and breezy little paper ifci tti County World published at lifts entered upon its eigh ymrf We wish Editor Nelso- nsaors years of newspaper work kk desire to the contrary feooe of the newiest little ewmesto our desk and wet ita rnaIemet tioa its 1e 7 hIftan eieh ajif rs-r sad eed TiwnMilt Pseir1aThrbyumId ibupWf II tae1 2 A BOSTON preacher says there will be base ball in heaven and lawn tennis for girls all of course in a spiritualized form It is a foregone conclusion that some of the umpires in the Blue Grass League will not get an opportunity to handle the indicator in the ball games Everything in that celostinl city will be on the square 1EDITOR against editor was the case when C n Morford editor of the Evening Inquirer won the nomination for County Judge of Flemming County over Aeram Duloy editor of the Plemmingsburg Democrat The race was close a majority of only seven votes dacidiu the winner WHAT volumes our faces sayl Some speak of love and kindness some of anger and hatred others of pride and rebellion and others still of selfishness Wo cant help our faces talking but we can make them say pleasant things and all should try to havo them do soEi TUB coinage of twoindonohalf cent pieces by the Government is urged by a New York banker who declares the use of such a coin would be the saving of 39000000 yearly to consumers JACKSON Ky is to have a now paper which will be managed and edited by Ryband Musick who recently purchased the plant of the Scot County Her aid THE optimist gets the best view of life and doesnt pay any more than the other follow for his place of vantage AT any rate the fellow who reads meters for a gas company spends lots of time on light literature EXGOVERNOB PROCTOR KSOTT has recently celebrated his eightieth birth day IT would be well for boys to remem ber that they aroto bo men and husban- dsPERSONALS Mrs anda Milli onis visiting in CincinnatiMiss Sullivan has been at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Bottle Templeman is ill at her homo on Third street Mr and Mrs W W Pigg have been visiting London relatives Miss Sue Smith went to Danville last week to visit Miss Clara Lee Mr and Mrs Armor Hisle have returned from Plain View Texas Mr1 and Mrs E V Elder leave this week for a trip to New York Dr and Mrs J W Harris visited in Lancaster Saturday and Sunday Miss Jeannette Pates has as her guest Miss Gelan Blagraves of Versailles lIon Kelly Kash of Jackson was here last Thursday on legal business Mrs Henry Belts of Mo is here on a delightful visit to Mrs Kate Tudor Miss Ellen Gibson Miller is visiting tho family of Dr Young in Cincinnati Miss Nettie B Chenault of Lexington has been visiting Miss Eleanor Chenault Miss Katherine Walker has had as her guest Mrs Woodson of Louisville Miss Nina Million of this office is im proving from her illness of typhoid fever v Mrs Eugene Burgin of Lexington is visiting Mrs Al Williams at Red House Mrs E S Taylor of DcLand Florida is visiting relatives in the city and Carson Ewers of Romnoy W Va is the guest of Dr and Mrs D H Scanlon Miss Mary Hudson has returned to Danville after a visit to Mrs B F Robinsona Mrs Mary B Hicks and daughter are in Cincinnati this week attending the Ex position Mr and Mrs Homer Whittington have returned from a visit to his paresis in OhioMrs George Bog n1 wentto Lancaster last week for a visit to her father Mr Jesse Doty Master Everett Stone is spending several days with Jiat Racket Jr in- N choluvllle Messers C L Searcy and R R Burnam were is Irvine last week on A business trip r Mrs H M Blanten and children have been spending a few days ia Lexington with her parents Mn Xaltle Lmg sad MUe 0 Long are again with Mrs L J Taylr after a visit to Georgetown DRvllieAdvocateKr George Pitz patrick of M 4l6oa ooHBty is spending a few iays iA tara MrIId ICn TkeratoH Toss ot CovingkHi eitiiihigfri ami rMiv aJadaN etty WegDeDIiLiAXirpii Ute AM ftdkrt k- ow Jb z 1 II Luzon and tkerrUiiv Mrs Harry 8orivnr aiMI chlklwa bave reiuraed f JIIIIiItw JraVtUrat tartiUaDd tmtiMLiUli Miss Elaine MiHte is vWtte lLc RMpIenXri aad Mtt W F Grecrf inL69 vl1ieJKrsB YElderMDtt MM WiHa have re Mra d fre a a weeks tkitto friends ia CtecteuatL Misses Carry anti Mary Allaan have returned from a vtelt to Mrs James Smith In Frankfort Mrs L C Hunt of Beattyville fa visiting her mother Mrs William Crowo oa Oak street Miss Sue Scrivner will leave Monday for Winchester to resume her duties in the Winchester public school Miss Russell Stouffer will go to Lynch burg Va where she will enter Randolph Macon College for young women Mr and Mrs George Walden motor ed over from Danville and spent Sun day with Mrs J W Smith Mrs G T Ginstread and daughter of Somerset are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Lyman Parrisli Miss Mayme Campbell is at home from her summer vacation which was spent in Louisville and at Crab Orchard Miss Fannie Montgomery has return ed from Beattyville where she spent a delightful week visiting friends Mrs Ella Farley and Miss Belle March have gone to the city to purchase their fall and winter stock of millinery Mrs 0 D Miller has taken a room with Mrs B H Luxon on the corner of fourth street and Glyndon avenue Mr Armp Broaddus and family of Oklahoma are guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Bailee on Glyndon avenue Mrs O E Rudel of Cincinnati came up last week with Mrs Hanley Nippert for a visit to Mrs J D Dykes Mrs Frank E Jennings who has spent the summer here left last week for her home in Jacksonville Florida Miss Cary Rice who has just return ed front Crab Orchard Springs has as her guest Miss Dorline of St Louis Mr Joe Thurman who has been spending the summer at Crab Orchard Springs has returned to Richmond Mr and Mrs John R Gibson are at home from ft delightful motor trip to Chicago nnd other northern critics Mrs Jos Hicks and daughter Miss Nettle have returned from a visit to Mrs C C Warford at Lawrenceburg- Mr Jake Wagers has gone to Ashland where he has accepted a position with W L Bybee in the dry goods business Rev D H Scanlon and children Wilco and Margaret have returned from a delightful vacation in West Virginia Mrs J S Crutcher has returned from New York whore she had a pleasant visit with her sister Mrs Keats Speed Captain and Mrs John Feeney and daughter Miss Lizzie of Lexington ate the guests of Judge and Mrs II C Rice Mr and Mrs Geo W Pickels Jr loft Saturday for their home in Urbana after a pleasant visit to his parents Miss Marion Russell Shipp has re turned to Cynthiana after a two weeks visit with her aunt Mrs W D Old hamJudge Lewis L Walker of Lancaster Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Ju dicial district was a visitor here Satur dayMisses Louise and Mary Q Covington and Elizabeth Farris reached home yesterday from a delightful summer trip abroadMisses Mary Maupin and Kate Wilson have returned home after a two weeks visit with Mrs Samuel Holtzclaw in Stanford Miss Bessie Harris who is visiting Miss Norma Houchins in Frankfort was guest of honor on a hay rido given by her hostess Miss Jennie Breck loft Tuesday for Oregon where she will resume her school duties as teacher in the Baker City schools Misses Henrietta Luxon Mary Louise Dcathcrago and Elizabeth Miller left Monday to spend the week with Miss Musette Veatcb in Frankfort Miss Helen Bennett entertained with a brilliant euchre party last Friday evening in honor of her cousins the Misses Crenshaw of Richmond Va Mr Harry Nuchols of Woodford county has been visiting Mr and Mrs R C Stockton on Lancaster avenue Master John Gibson White entertained a number of his little friends with a party yesterday afternoon at the home of his parents on North Second street Misses Elizabeth Stears Lourana Lowry Lillian Boggs Dorothy and Vir ginia Duncan of Nicholasville arrived last week for a visit to Miss Elizabeth Lucy Jones of Union City entertained quite a number of her friends at six oclock dinner in honor of her guest Miss Laura Shearer of this city Misses Mabel and Carolyn Bronston entertained a few friends Thursday evening at their home on Johnson Highway Lexington in honor of Miss Effio Wilson Mr and Mrs D B Carter of Indianapolis and Mrs Harris Crajg of Dan rifle are visiting relatives here Mrs Carter was formerey Miss Ellen Mer shoe pf this city rgeChrismanfriends in Richmond Mrs Tiny Tudor of Madison county is the guest of her brother Mr Robert Coulter on LxingtonpikeMr H Shanks of Stan ford came up test week to visit Mr seeMriwhese critical illness las been a source ef deep regret among her friends Misses Sallie andWarfield Crenshaw of Richmond Va who have been with HeruJu 4Mw D JqIaY1are visiting MisaSara Goodloe Biwlea in Winches ter They were geets of honor at a delightful sewing partjrglvea by Miss Mar rttXKi ly Mr J8 Gardner and children are Tkiting her sister Mrs Joseph QHham near BrawfieW Mr GArdnwr will arrive next week from Jacksonville Flit for a vMt and will rewsra home with hk family iti the early fall Mr awUInt JUFukutii andohildrea ef Headersoa sgaet w4h HOB od Mn G B LtMJrwiifti M1 FarJ lKwM formerly KiM NMl Hot Irvine awl IM has titsevml weeks wkfe her aotfaer Mrs Lo4t Hwwe Jaoksoo of Ibat plaoe SMtoy NewsM1 OJa Legal P1D but itaturned fram aMMfrfiif JdPa 8atltlillakafMtwttvl IroN a noeotfiX M y a HkHKe4Mrs wa Mm and motbcr Xra Gees D Wt gaant M rMtimiMmdtin KtcbmmA e i t L cT tkMfcaioviacwUeli will W bf i t r st hIt Another eMetiInmnt vw the Dutch lunch given by Mrs 7fca TT Rodman ather cottage for faDd Mrs1V H Odder Mrs GrfcWr was born lucy Keea syretCF1aakrorl awl has now Adopted KVciiaKmcJ asher home Dr William Crowe et Abiagdoa Va preached an excellent sermon at the First Presbyterian Church Sunday 1edalkeartyHis success lathe ministerial world is a source of deep pride to alt hero in his homeDr Mrs George Payne of St Louis have been spending a few days with Richmond friends Dr Payne was formerly connected with the Nor mal school and was only recently married to Hiss Florence Smith of Boston Mrs Payne is a noted vocalist and was heard in a beautiful solo at the First Presbyterian church Sunday morningLieutenant Carlo H Brittain reached here last Thursday having been notifi ed by wireless messages at sea of the serious illness of his wife The many friends of Mrs Brittain who was for merly Miss Mamie Baldwin will bo gratified to know that there is some improvement in her condition after a critical illness of several weeks of typhoid fev Writing the personal and society items for a country paper often involves a greater amount of work than ono imagines Frequently people have visitors but do not tell us about them Failing to see their names in tho paper they are offended and think ivo are gull ty of willful omission The personal items in no way reflect the opinion of the paper They are the real news fea ture consequently an editor never lets his opinions or likes or dislikes have anything to do with his personal list Friends and readers can help make these items interesting and newsy if they only will Wont you help usEx Lancaster Record Mr J P Simmons Jr of Madison county is visiting Mrs J SJohnsonMr and Mrs Geo Bogard of Richmond are visiting Mr Jesse Doty and family Miss Nancy Walker has been visiting her aunt Mrs C W Clay at Richmond Mrs A F Sanders has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Josephine Taylor orMadisonMisses May and Annie Powell left Wednesday for a visit ty Mr and Mrs W T Short of Rich mondMlsses Mario Harbor and Sarah Ruckcr and Mrs Rayburn of Richmond are visitors of Mrs Parker Gregory Mrs Joe Evans of Panama and Miss Stoner of Texas were guests of honor at a beautiful tea given on last Thursday afternoon by Mrs Mariah Lynn and Mrs L P Evans at the latters handsome home on Lancaster avenue The guests were received in the parlor which was beautifully decor ated in green In tho dining room the color scheme yellow and white was carried out effectively Largo yellow tulle bows wero arranged at tho folding doors and on the corner of the dining table which was covered with an elaborate cloth of Mexican drawn work over yellow The room was lighted with yellow candles and refreshments consisted of frozen pudding yellow and white individual cakes yellow and white mints and salted almonds Oa the lawn delicious frappe was served by Mrs A B Faris from a huge block of ice scooped out in bowl shape At another table Misses Sara Shackelford and Mary Tribble poured tea The hostesses were also assisted by Mesdames D M Che nault and T H Pickels and Miss Josephine Chenault Largo bowls of nasturtiums were used to further en hance the beauty About ono hundred guests called during the hours all of whom pronounced it one of tho prettiest receptions of the season Its poor policy to wait untill you have a fire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now We write the best policies tf Dan II Brock Former Madisonian Seeking Senatorial Honors David R Francis of St Louis for mer president of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and former Governor of Missouri has filed with the Secretary of State his declaration as a candidate for the United States Senate as a Democrat It was only after Governor Hadley had announced that ho would not be a candidate for tho Senate that the former Governor filed his petition and this is taken to mean that Mr Francis disliked the idea of opposing the present Republican Governor attho polls Mr Francis is a product of Madison county and has many relatives and friends hero who feel a just pride in any honor attained by this former Madison ian Will Need it All In speaking of the possibility of cut ting out the 1011 crop of tobacco an exchange says The idea of even discussing the question of cutting out the crop is not only useless but preposterous No such condition can possibly confront the burley growers for some years to como The output of 1903 with tho short crop of 1010 and the manufacturers running low on stock and now in need of the crop of 1000 places tho situation beyond argument as to cutting out the crop of lUllr In opinion these good pool men who were discussing cutting out 1911 would do well to leavo off entirely the discus aba of that question and pool up the crop of 1010 good and strong I believe that this will be done as soon as the true situa tion is presented to the farmer Dan H Breck life lire end accident insurance If P A C InfirmaryWinsPianQ by Nice Majority IJt is wltha feeling of mingled pride and gratitude that all friends of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary learn that the piano offered hrthe Normal City Laundry wax won by that institution As is well known the contest has been running for several months the piano togo to the holder of the largest sum as represented by coupons which were issued to the patrons according to the amount of laundry MIlt jti Teboard ef dirMtors of the Infirinary decided to mier this contest and by Ymited efforts wM the earnest t o4 ir d IM 1I1joritYJoto Wo the isdr1ned oomnitt MY jnf Wen appointed to dIeoupol iRUI X0iiit1 City St wn laundry Ptaoo cont s do hereby nifr Iha UM Mto slflij porttm hiM the Mount of etmpooc nawwi betew Pt44qCMMw IJ 7 l3o- geJWwDIs it I c tL Wort l oPd S t w Base Ball James at Richmondir 4 September lt Winchester September 5t MfcysviHe 40 a m33Q p in Sptemcer 8 Winchester Games at 330 p m Admission 25c LostperklIFrankfort 52 50 510 Winchester 53 51 51- 0mClIMONQS3 5L 495 yaysi1e 34 73 318 Base Ball The Botirbonitcs defeated the Pioneers Wednesday at Paris by score of 4 to 2 and on Thursday by scoro of 5 to 3 Friday tho Pioneers won the opening gamo of the series from Frankfort in a close and exciting game the score being C to 5 Richmond lost the last of tho series with Frankfort Saturday making an even break with tho Lawmakers Score 5 to Tho Pioneers went to Lexington Sun day for a double header with the Colts and from all accounts two of the best games of the season were witnessed by two thousand people who were present Speaking of the games which resulted in an even break the Lexington Herald says Allison worked both games for Richmond and pitched in great fashion the whole fifteen innings So effective was ho in tho first gamo and so superb was his support that not one Colt was left on a cushion in the nine innings Ho allowed only lour hits in each game but in the first contest they came in pairs and drove in the two runs that Lexington was able to collect In the other seven innings not a Lexington player reached first base In tho first game the Pioneers had twentyone as sists Three of the other batters struck out to filed to Maloney and one ran into a batted ball That is closo to a record for assists and not a Pioneer made a bobble The scoro in the first gamo was 3 to 2 in favor of Richmond the second game went to Lexington 2 to 1 The Pioneers and Colts had a regular oldtime slugging match Monday after noon at Pioneer Park Richmond how over doing most of tho slugging and carried away the game 10 to 0 Wright and Wills pitched for the locals and Robbins and Vullandingham for Lexington Robbed of 5 160 While attending the colored fair in this pity Saturday with his family the residence of Dan Phelps colored of White Hall was entered by burglars Phelps had concealed SICO in a trunk chest nnd bureau drawers which the intruders secured and made their escape Sunday School Convention at Berea Never had nature dawned a more per feet day than that of Saturday morning radiating over the heads of two hun dred men women and children who gathered at the L N depot to board the special train for Borca to attend the County Sunday School Convention in session thero that day Arriving at Berea we were greeted by a throng and loud cheers of welcome by the most hospitable of tho State whoso broad hand of trust good fellowship and loyalty meted out to us the best things of life confidence kindred love and chris- tian kindness making the day one of great pleasure to us and crowning our departure with a fervent Godspeed From the train wo moved directly to the College Chapel where devotional service by J A Watson of Bcrca opened the morning exercises followed by excellent music by a well equipped and talented orchestra of Beroas noted musicians Able speakers then took their turn in eloquent addresses each doing well their part in different branches of Sunday School work The strains of applause that echoed through that vast structure evidenced tho appreciation of that large assembly making each feel that his or her efforts had helped to perfect the grand cause One particularly worthy of mention was the address by Mr George S Joplin of Louisville State Secretary who paid a beautiful tribute toour dear old state Kentucky the land of his birth Ho then took up the line of work by illustrated circles on black boardcharacter izinjr the worlds SundaySchool work Subject County Organization starting with the out side and largest circle representing all Sunday School workers lie dwindled down circle after circle each cmblifyhig different grades of the work to a small center dot moaning individal workers you I and all of Gods people of this bread universe Our relation to the work influences abroad and at home and how the cause of Christ was weakened even by tho ncgli gence of even one single person bring lug homo to us all the vital position we hold to ward God and all mankind Mr Joplins thoughts and expressions were beautiful and inspiring urging all to higher aims and nobler lives After a fino selection by orchestra came the appoiptincnt of committees Prof J G Crabbe of Richmond President L A Stagner Richmond YicoPresident asid W C Gamble of B3roar Secretary and Treasurer The committee for appoint ing the next place of mooting or yearly convention is composed of N B Death erago and Will Arnold of Richmond and several others the place of meeting will bo determined by the invitations extended tho committee A prayer concluded the morrihis session then came thoughts of refreshing the inner man The appetite sharpened by snowy flowerbedecked tables spread in he tabernacle by tho fbnerous hands of the ladies of that communitygroanlng with their loads of good things our gratitude can bettor be imagined than ox pressed for tis well saidia welt CedfualllagoQdnaturedone also true of women judging by tho smiling faces and thankful hearts of iho many partaking of Boreas bounty Honor and credit to the ladies oCDereaTo them we extend in the name of Riclr mond our thanks praises arid good wilU Beautiful indeed wore lImo arrange mentsfoi our entertainment to the minutest detail The b Ruliful green 61 LIe famous old grounds the broe- 4shltsriisbsde jand balmy air fresh awl p rfiiiM leElseed the swet aen c of birds the chirp of alt nature mhi- glsd with IM joyojw ripple of chttdWv laughter and mora sedate outburst of fiJendJthaoc1stbtMart jHtottt feeling the kindred tau4th IItfld spirit made aH claim MM t Rtrea beautiful in ita ins imMiUff tarfcphiee irf fiffci ant place tp tive1V one and allsm 1UIilattal1carqittuw T ar to you ese from the icnraen of Memory Berm generooH hwpitable IJerea gain we thank tbeejlwice thrice ndGoctIpxUatiao be w yours a AvliwE What a County Paper can do The Danvilte fair was the biggest suo financially this year in the history Ices organization Tho secretary Col Dunn says it was duo to the ad in the country newspapers A ina1weekly 200001billsouldyields the greatest revenue Wife Seeks Divorce Mrs Pearly Belle McCoy filed suit in Circuit Court Saturday for divorce from William H McCoy and alimony and asks the custody of their five children who range in ages from 14 to two years She says that tho defendant has form re than six months treated her in such cruel and inhuman manner as to destroy her peace and happiness and that for more than one year has had a confirmed habit of drunkenness and is not a proper person to have custody of their children She says they were married in Madison county on August 0 1894 W CG Hobbs is attorney for plaintiff Lexington Leader Vicious Sow Attacks Baby The 18 months old infant of Mr and Mrs W D Williams who reside near town on the Lancaster pike came near being eaten up by a vicious sow this week The baby had been left playing on the floor while Mrs Williams had stepped in another room The baby had gone to sloop and an old sow which hadgotten into tho yard walked into the room and grabbing the baby by its feet dragged it into the yard and was ready to devour it when Mrs Williams hearing the screams rushed to the scene She and the baby were at home alone Tho vicious beast was determined and it was with greatest difficulty that Mrs Williams was able to drive her away The childs feet were painfully bitten by the hogKentucky Advocate Sixty Richmond People Cured of Rheumatism- On January 1 1D03 J Robert Boatman a cousin of Messrs W W Watts and Alex Gibbs of this county was hauled a helpless rheumatic to Mt Jackson Sanitarium at Indianapolis and within eleven days Mr Boatman was permanently restored That was the first cure known to Richmond Learning of this marvelous cure other citizens hastened to Mt Jackson among them iMrs Lucy Lackey Moore Mr John Edwards John F Wagers Judge H C Rice Charles E Douglas George D Simmons Mrs Thomas Thorpe and fortyodd other equally wellknown citi zens of Richmond both male and fe male Only two known exceptions out of the whole company were not cured one having consumption in its last stages Last Sunday one of our readers spent the night at Mt Jackson and ho reports as usual a crowd of Kentuckiars there all as n result of the cures received by the patients from Richmond Among those now there from this state are Mr and Mrs J It Davis neo Miss Melissa White this county of Campbcllsville Joe Rollins Lebanon Hogue Edelen Lebanon Mr and Mr Isaac Tate of Campbollsville all are doing fine When Mr Rollins entered tho Sanitarium Mrs Laulor the proprietors wife exclaimed I hope you will live long enough to leave hero alive Messrs Rollins was seemingly a hopeless phys ical wreck from rheumatism Now ho is cured sound and well Mt Jackson Sanitarium is a great boon to mankind Its mineral baths arff far superior to Hot Springs or Mar tinsvillo and yet owing to its less luxur ious furnishings it is less expensive than either Rates for room baths and board Street cars direct from Indian apolis depot to Mt Jackson Sanitarium Tor 5 cents This is not an advertisement but an item of news printed that physicians and hopeless rheumatics may learn whore relief may be secured from the ravages of dread rheumatism and ner vous prostration Mineral baths elec tricity and massage specialties to per fection administered Panola Quite a numb r of people from here and other parts in the county enjoyed a picnic at the Sulphur Springs Sunday Mr Harry Bratchcr nnd sister Miss Celia of Bcrca and Miss Anna Grehan of Indianapolis were the guests of Mrs M A Logsdon last week Mrs Nathan Furls and children of Lexington were guests last week of Mrs John Chrisman Mr A D Cox of Million spent the weekend hero Mrs William Jones and children of Cincinnati are visiting her mother Mrs Simpson Winklor Mr J A Clirisman spent last week with his son Mr Leslie Chrisman and family at Silver Creek Mr and Mrs Thomas Kindred havo been visiting their daughter Mrs D Youngat Kingston Brassfield Tho ingini school at Dodsvillo schooll house conducted by Prof French has closed 7 Mrs G W Todd and son Claude are visiting friends and relatives in Gorman toVn Ohio Mrs James Coyle of Berea is visiting her parents Mrand Mrs W DzLogsdon Miss Ida Jones is nursing Miss Nina Million itt Richmond who Ism with tj phoid fever Mr and Nrs O C Chrsmanwere tfag guest of Mrahd Mrs K E Elliot Sunday Mrs Ed Grfrisiord of McLean IH is visiting friends and relatives here Mr r S Spurtin liar soldhits farm We regreVto karri he contemplate go ing west A new mill has been erected at thls place by Todd Bros They report ready tot business r Roads have been repelled on rural route three The patrons al1 grmUy- sujoythgbe free llvefY 0tWr BMU1 After a long Illness if several moo4b8 Mrs Joseph Crow died at her horn FrMay afternoon tiU eMlttriKg ti r Mff rinjcs she heM up bmjtajr Until DMT JMt 6 vanhbd SH WM WWBWH of ipiwdid ohrirtain cbftntcter tmriiii besa a faithful ntibiar of the Baptiiv church for many years B- hJehutsnd one diugbtraad thri son to jsourn tfr IOM fir rmiaa were totetwjd in Red Uuhlcdss it urday D Tbbew id hoe t IiJJfI the sympathy of ths stvs TIMI7mi 1 Where is u 9iIn your comb Why so Is not the head amuch better place for it Better keep what Is left where It belongs I AyersHair Vigor new Improved formula quickly stops falling hair There is not a particleof doubt about it We speak very posi tively about this for we know Does not change the color ofthe Aafr Arormula with eae3 bottle Show It to year ro doctor I I bit him about It then do U he ur Indeed the one great leading feature of our new Hair Vigormay well be said to he hislt stops falling b1 rThen it goes one step furtherit aids nature a restoring the hair and sclp to a healthy condition Ask for cc the new kind Ma4ebv the J Co LoweUXrn WANTED COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE requires the services of a representative in Richmond and Madison county after subscription renewels and to extend circulation by special methods which havo proved unusually successful Salary and commission Previous ex perience desirable but not essential Whole time or sparo time Address with references H 0 Campbell Cos mopolitan Magazine 1789 Broadway Now York City For Sale Ton or 12 good Duroc piss either sox Pricoright tf DAVID A McCono Better Time Table to Crab Orchard In order to insure connection at Row land for Crab Orchard the L N starts Uncle Henry train No 71 from Richmond now daily except Sunday at 030 am which puts guests at Crab Orchard over an hour before dinner They also can leave the springs at 1120 a m daily and reach Richmond via Livingston at 2 p m only three hours rideCrab Orchard is having its largest season in fifteen years Nearly two hundred have registered there this sum mer from Richmond It should bo stated that passengers for Crab Orchard have two other trains leaving here it 720 p m arriving at Crab Orchard at midnight also leaving Richmond at 1130 n m arriving at Crab Orchard via Livingston at 520 p m Round trip tickets 240 good to 31Public Sale As administrators of the estate of Nannie C Gentry deceased we will sell on the premises on the Union City pike 5 miles from Richmond on Saturday Oct 1st 1910 Between 1 anti 2 p m the following property 117 acres of improved land with S room dwelling stables barns ice- house milk house cistern ever flowing water orchard and all necessary out buildings TEUJIS Onethird cash on January 1 1911 when possession will be given balance in and 12 months with percent interest Notes with approved security for deferred payments will be required BUTLER ARCHIE DUNN DUN Administrators Public Sale As administratorof the estate of David Ch nault deceased I will offer for sale publicly on the promises on Irvine pike one mile from Richmond at ten oclock a m o- nWednesday Oct 5 1910 The beautiful suburban homo and about 30 acres of land This land is as fertile as can be found anywhere in time State of Kentucky and would produce the finest tobacco On this land is a modern eight room residence with nil necessary outbuildings and an abundance of fruit and water At samo time and place will also sell housohold and kitchen furniture some hay corn and farming implements carriage tow etc- TERMSTho real estate will be sold onethird cash balance in one and two years interest at rate of six per cent from date until paid Personal property S10 and under cash over 10 payable Jan 1 1011 without interest Possession will be given on day ofj sale if desirwl For further particulars call on Mrs David Chenault at the farm C F Chenault near by or write L W Elmore admr Lancaster Ky LoNG TOM CIIEKADLT auctioneer 82451 A Now is the Time to Get Your Guns and Shells 1jFor the Dove Season 1 Just received our new supply in whichwe ca 1 fil everyones want 5o dont forget the old amuni tion stand M D B Shackelford CrJ S The Chef Who Knows His Business always prefers meat s of the kind sold exclnsively at this market No need to pound them to make them tender no need of cunning sauce to make them tasty and palata ble Take the hint from those facts and do your marketing here Youll be surprised at how much better meats youll get without their costing you any more money CC CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE Music Pupils Wanted- I am soliciting a class in piano and vocal music lessons to be given at my home on North street For further particulars apply toj Miss a ry Tray nor xO Lost Last Saturday night on Main street large bolt pin set with amethysts ward if returned to 81721 GEO D SIMMONS Buy the Boy a and teach him With a watch in his pocket he out too late because didnt know what time it was We have boyss watches as low as 100 each and up as high as you want to go Mens watches too of course and all kinds of as 1rS 12i231 Re lie Wanted Furnished house for winter Phone 182 T H Collins 2x0 School Music All parents who intend to have their children take piano lessons at the QSly High School will please notify Miss Harriet Parrtsh at once As is well known Miss Parrsh has been engaged by tho Board of Education to have charge of tIme piano lessons and parents will do well to see Miss Parrish in re gard to this work at their earliest contvenionco tf f Lay Out All Your Bills acd figure out hovy muchyouvyf could make if you disc UIt 4qt them More than the usu lr fOJ rate of interest by agooddeaj If you were a depositoiiaib this bank you would be in njr position to apply for a loaujofj the cash to discount yqi bills Think it over o V State Bank Trust Company Richmond Ky Watch punctuality beinglate Jewelry welLF J YEAGER 12 MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY I Artistic Photography 1 Bring in the babiesI make a specialty 1 of taking their pictures rj ffit McGaughey the Photographer iJCSife Porch and Lawn Furniture r i 8Its what you get not what you pay that makes the Bargain + il This the weather when you will appresiate a cool seat on the porchwe are offering ex Furniture J 7 20 per cent Discount from Regular Price LUMAN AND HIGGINS Furniture Carpescanci Stoves Opposite Fkte1G1don Headquarters for Sewing Machkes atxl Supp1aI jju j Ir Ju BMStoufferEstablished Clothing and Tailoring in The Great BEST- CLOTHES guarantee suitstall REOTHE 1 2 4 Cylinders It be to your advantage see me before purchasing an automobile T COY AgentKIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY z New QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bringus your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season Ihurman Grocer Company Beef Clubs Farmers Butchers NOTICE I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will you right Ring phone 363 M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY SI44 i l George 1ngHh- PLUMBINGI l for I i Gus and Gasoline Engines I l Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works l country and suburban homes l I l 210 E Main Street Phone 619I lRICHMOND KENT- UCKYSomething a 1 = 00+ I New In My Line For You I have made preparations by putting in the necessary equipment to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimming t have made tlris addition bollevlngeirrnauy customers woW ipfjwei ate our efforts to take cure of alljie ild repairs fonehtc sBdRg3JIira- niag evg y orwagclJ nndhave it repaired painted aid irkaMwl wd wade Ku new If you need newc Rubber Tires Dft ur oMurttlrtiCT iSM attw Aof AU work IM4Iti awblp J esaA Sterling t Clothes ARE THE r 0- Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade lr 50 years experience the factory in sizes from smallest boy to largest oman Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New S- tyleHats and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods Oldest House Richmond ri CarBEST MADE and will to J treat DoQtor for P 6 u ONE DROP OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down the throat of a gapIng chicken destroys the wormi arid saves the chicks life A few drops In the drinking water cures and PREVENTS DISEASE For the treatment of White Diarrhoea In ducks and Blackhead and other diseases in turkey BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine FOR SALE BY HENRY L PERRY Richmond Ky J T FERRIEU Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky Disagreeable at Home Lots of men and women who are agreeable with others get cranky at home Its not disposition its the liver If you find in yourself that you feel cross around the house little things worry you just buy a bottle of Ballards shapeYoufeel better for it 50 cents a bottle Sold by BL Perry aim Generally debilitated for years Had sick headaches lacked ambition was worn out and all rundown Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Conn alm Decide Yourself The Opportunity Is Here Backed by Richmond Testimony Dont lake our word for it Dont depend on a strangers slate meet Read Richmond endorsement Red the statements of Richmond citizens And decide for yourself Hero is one case of it Mrs J W Pumphroyi DaavilJe St Lancaster Ky says My experience with Doses Kidney Pills lea lame to believe that they Uvoup to tho claims made for them I suffered a great deal from backache and at night could not steep Oi several occcsious mv bick became so painful and weak that Iwas unable to attend to my hcuw work Beln adyiwd to give DonnB Kidney Pdls a trink I diU so The hepetl me from the first ami had I contlnaeo taking them long enough I belfeve they wmid ttavft effected a compete rare I waa ooinlld however to discontinue the niw of this remedy for u time IraY attain taking it mad Deft uhf it wiU MOD rid me eatiwly 61 kid n y wowbte- F w JHfvitAU Ldeafece Prie W SL P Nw- YCt WentbrthStJtted 8taea JtcrMttbw the MUM Dour and take no 9UIer JImDwi H Mk hI en uc1 iaM- tinisI U rieRichmondClimlx rtILIIMIIMIiT WfMOMI IT THE CLIMAXPRINTINGG O Incorporated A D MILLER Eurrox Hwfer PRESS uJ EKHTH LEAGUE PBICE 100 PER YEAR TK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUQ 31 Democratic Ticket Fon COXOHESS HON HARVEY HELM OfLincoln Count- yAnnouacements FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to nnnounce ELMER DEATHEKAGE a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party We nre authorized to announce JOHN B BALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Mod ison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FOR JAILER toonnnuncellORGANTAcounty subject to the action of tile Demo cratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W F lJndIsonDemocratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK ChouseMadison county subject to the action of Democratic party A Kiss A learned gentleman in this section who has given much of his time to the study of human nature and other important and unimportant subjects has been asked to define a kiss and we print be low a series of definitions and if you want to know you can take your choice without- A kiss he says is To a bashful man the acme ofagonyWomans passport to her husbands purse The poorest mothers rich est gift The safty valve of exuber ant feelingINatures Volapuk The drop that causes the cup of love to overflow A twofaced action that meets with mutual approval Cupids sealing wax Its like thewind that blowsfelt but not seen That in which two heads are better than one Two orbiculars in a state of contraction and in anatomical juxtaposition Cupids cruising smack Printing without ink no proofsheets wanted Report at headquarters- The sounding system used by the operator in sending a telegram to the heart The sweetest fruit on the tree of love The best tincture in the household medicine cupboard Loves most ecstatic expression and sorrows sweet est balm A womans most effective argumentThe of aloye matchA that cannot be taken without giving and can not be given without taking A universal plaster that heals all wounds given in thoughtless tiffs- Enlargement of the heart the symptom of which is con traction of the mouth A stick of mattertwo heads and an application Much prized by twoof use to no one The dew on the flower of loveThe electric motor that sends the trolley of love to the Recorders office The souls plenipotentiary Danville Advocate Mrs Maude Mackey Walkers Hair Dressing Parlor Como in and have your hair dressed in tho newest style braids and puffs made to order Bruids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doors above Stocktons drug store on Main street Oillcophone 515 rosidoncp 202 6 MO Mound City Paints may cost a trifle morc- v but Stockton son 2101y There are more pesrons who sponge from newspapers than from any other source When a man comes into the world he receives a free ad when he dies his bad debts are overlooked by the charitable editor All during his life he asks and receives lay OrS from tIm newspapers If they speak well of hitntbe flattering notice is received in silence If his acts are critieked he talk of a suit for damage He desires favor ale mention and he desireo it oiben In fact some men have an idea that a news paper la Tua expreiBsly to keep tbfttn before the public Witi Qa tooL withtit priugd c n WhalPeUagraJlI A number of people have inquired about tht disease Pellagra which has just come into this section the Republi can has investigated andwill give a few facts regarding its nature and symptoms Most people are under the impres sionthat it isa new disease and in this section it is but is well known in Lombardy Spain and the south of prevalentIamong peasantry is a chronic nutritional distur bance brought about by eating contaminated corn meal bread that is the corn is in fected by bacilli which causes fermentative changes in the fresh corn meal producing ptomaine poisoning The symptoms are languor debil ity indigestion and restless ness followed by pain and roughness of skin and in se vere cases delirium and suicidal mania Idiocy often results fromfrequent attacks- HarrodsburgRepublican Its poor policy to wait untill you have a tiro to begin thinking about insurance Do it now Wo write tho best policies tf Dan H Brock For Sale Privately two store houses one occupied by Taylor Oldham Hardware the other known as the Uacket Store both on Main St J E Greenleaf tf Executor Have you any woolT It so bring ijfto us and get boat market prices 420tf GOTT BROS Commissioners Sale Wylio Burns Admr hrs ITtfTs Vs Wylie Burns Heirs Dofdts Under and by virtue of a judgment and order of sale in tho abovu styled action rendered at the May term 1910 of tho Madison Circuit Court the under signed Master Commissioner of said court will o- nThursdaySept 15 1910 Af2 oclock p m on the premises proceed to sell to tho highest and best bidder the following described property Viz said property consists of five tracts of Land Tract No1 contains 7CC3 acres of land Tract Xo 2 contains 5005 acres of hnd Tract No3 contains 520 acres of land Tract No 4 contains 1905 acres of land Tract No contains 9I5 acres of land Said fivo tracts of land is bounded on bytheWylioBurnsWm Burns etc The Commissioner will offer tract Nos 2 and 3 separately and then as a whole and the bid producing the most money will bo apcepted The Commissioner will then otTer tract No 1 separately then tract No 4 separately Then Ho will otter tract Nos 2 3 and 5 as a whole and the bid producing the most money will bo accepted These farms aro good land and in 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 bo sold on a creditor six and twelve months timo Tho purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for tho purchase money bearing six per cent interest from date of sale until paid to have the full force and effect of uponthemoney is paid II C RICE M C M C 0- Miiii F mal Itittc THE HILL Next Session Opens Sept 13 10 FOR CATALOGS ADDRESS J B C ASS I DAY RICHMOND KY wHIP9Cream VermifugeTHE WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC BEWARE Or IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY The Best in Jewelry do Invites You to This Store We gathered from everywhere good and well Today we are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole Wo ask for criticismsrequest your critical looking And when you have seen and bought wo are sura you will carry away an impression that will bo sure to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or look just as you please and if you only look youre welcome 4 L E LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street r uI FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland aveuue one of the most beautiful streets in Rich mond Ky and contains 3 rooms and hall upstairs and 4 rooms hall kitchen pantry front and back porch a splendid cellar with concrete floor well drained good coal house stable and other out buildings All the wood work on interior of house is finished in natural woodland rooms are hand somely paperedFor particulars call on we L LEEDSAT TIlE SAME PLACE WOODLAND AVENUE RICHMOND KENTUCKY r N V WHITEThe Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ing our shelves also a complete showing o- fSchool Dress Materials We carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Our cashsystem- of doing business enables us to give our custom- ersEspecially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods N V WHITE Main Sfreet below first RICHMOND Womans Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on themNearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble It should not be neglected Avoid the pain=treat yourself at home by taking Cardui as thousands of other women have done Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial TAKE CARDUI 1V It Will Help You Mrs Katie Burlison Gorcvillc Ill tried Cardui and writes 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 bcorcTry it AT ALL DRUG STORES 4 Watch for Our Big Industrial Edition Concerning Your Home Every modern home should have a modern and thoroughly dependable plumbing system Defective and unreliable plumbing fixtures in the bathroom kitchen or any other part of the house invariably interfere with the comfort and convenience of the whole family and often seriously affect health It is therefore most important that your home should be as per 1 sect in respect to the plumbing equipment as modern sanitary science can make itIThis is always the case when tiu1ttt J Plumbing Fixtures are installed in a house These fixtures are unexcelled for quality and jianitary efficiency h ncethey are the fixtures We recommend and supply The plumbing work on every job we do is proof of our high regard for QUALITY May we estimate for you Richmond Motor Plumbing Com pany Incorporated iI Rural Telephones Mr Farmer ifake your horns as modern for yoar family as a city ref- dHee sad place youreelt in a position to jet the latest market quotations a any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service whici you and your neighbor can get for a sum that Is small compared with the tana tits received Call oraddresa our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated S S S S SS t S S C SS SS4I I GoodTlungstoEat1rbat ctaple like sugar or a fancy table deli I ItODdEvery product that enters this store must stand rigid examination Each article is chosen from many proveditsEach brand competes for preference fandnone a place on our shelves highetandardI One of the recent successful contest ants for representation in our line is ELECTA I COFFEE anddaintyblendf I Oarkcfs choicest Idrycuringflavor and improves It In wing Eteeta Collee you are sure the finest qualitya satisfaction that ofIitself would make lilccta worth than other coffees drankI I I I Tate and Son i ITeIephone 35 Jas B Parke Handles Only the Best in Groceries Fruits Vegetables As he sells for CASH ONLY his customers get the benefit of the lowest prices possibie A Trial Order Will Convince You JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH Slates Rttoarcu EiMHtJ DAILY RACES FIREWORKS ANNUALLOUISVILLEI AND HIS BAND Attractions UpU4aU Midway EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST AMUSEMENT INSTIUCTIOH PROFIT RAILROAD RATES Secretary S20 Paul Joint Rids JSEPTEMBER12 Have Your Photographs for the Big Industrial Edition MADE NOW McGaughey the Photographer J Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and extend a cordial invitation to the public to call and see us Wo also have daily FRESH VEGETABLES in fact everything to bo found in a first class grocery Call and inspect our goods and we aro confident you will give us a share of your business Lackey Todd Telephone 62 Opera House Building Smart ClothesF- or Ladies and Misses il r will be found inIMrs JN BarlowsRe- adytowearr Parlor iB BuildiBg wkh Mr F J Teagws JeweJry Store 2IS1fe JW Stntt Oolai1Lbs1Id to lt w you my iww uo itiea lUwlyi Www in lii- 0Lataist Styles amd Materials ww1IflQMdlri j i 1 8 I r r u t In a Nice Willow Chair you can watch the fireworks in perfect com fort We have thmin both arm and rocking styles We also have other porch chairs if you dont care for willow All kinds of out door furniture too fables Hammocks 5tep Seats Etc Come and have a look at them 7I 8 ENNETTdHIGGINS UNDERTAKING Putting Off Buying Your Coal is risky business risky to your pockclbook Its ro idle dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Save money by letting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both the cost and trouble Telephone HO J The Red Ash Jellico gjWe have tho exclusive sale A trm order will convince you that crara ie a little better than yon have been ettln elsewhere and possiblylesi Fun Weigh or Coal Forfe- itedWWJroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc tIf jou are going to sell out 4nl want your goods to bring U they are worth get ii LW Shearer White Hall Ky COQ luct your sale His iour es are reasonable BOOKKEEPING Business TYPEWRITING TELEGRAPHY WILBUR R SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE PucrMBor t Commercial Kr lTrr ilr ricand banking batmen aloo3 7en educating 10000 EnlrnowddUILBtllt Come to Owen McKcc Richmond Ky for dry goods and notions Others S do and why not you tf Mr Robt R Burnam has added to Fire Insurance Companies The llljry Clay Fire Insurance Co a Kentucky company with 500 000 capital arid surplus Support a home institution d demand a policy in this now com fpany If- L K Notics to Contractors JSeartt bid will be received by tLo pity of Richmond Ky up until Sat jSSiiirJay Sept 3 1010 for the construe i n of cement sidewalks curbing and guttering By the square yard for side jwajks by the linealfoot for curbin- and guttering Said work to be done a cording to the specifications adopted try the city for said work A certified check for 2 per cent of the contract Jice will bo required of each bidder for e faithful performance of the work to following work will bo included in Istvn Lv7 AH the parties namet i t4j ice passed by the City fieUD11 u it regular meeting Aug 910 and published in tho Richmond TyO Climax Aug 10 1910 According flaw where work at the time of let tlng is not under construction the right is resarved by the City of Richmond n froject any and all bids Z City of Richmond Ky By SAMI RICE Mayor J RJex eX Rex es the genuine Rex Fed Ash fJellico Thats the kind pt sC081 jfbiiy Dont put oft buying our coal until it is too late iiy lay in your winter supply RexRedAsh Jetlico at once i J Remember the best is the cleapest The Rex is the best ahdwe handle it Satisfaction gjuarant- eedQUGHB A SON jHaY Corn Oals Straw AVauPbciae c j I Around Town I SampleSale conductmgtbeweek Squire J D Dykes has sold his resi dence on Third street to Squire Alex Black The Annual State Association of jail ers will meet in London September 0 and 7 The work on our Big Industrial Edition is progressingnicely and we hope to publish same Sept 7 The Climax asks its readers and friends to send in or telephone or 224 the names of visitors Rev E n Dames will occupy his pul pit at the Christian church next Sunday morning and evening Mr and Mrs B P Hurst are being showered with congratulations over the birth of a son christened Benjamin Jr Mr Ide King and Miss Sallio Hamil ton of Waco wore married by Elder A J Tribble at his residence on the Irvine road Thursday From the proof sheets of our Dig In dustrial Edition our prediction that it would bo the finest ever attempted in Central Kentucky seems well founded Why use blank paper and enve lopes when we can print you a nice lot of stationery for a very little more than this blank shoddy stuff costs you Unkind words do as much harm as unkind deeds Many a heart has been reputationlittle words Messrs J D Dykes and JonasRucker liavo purchased beautiful building lots on Woodland av mue near Third street They will begin the erection of homes at an early date Messrs Bronston Snyder purchased Monday the livery outfit stock etc from Clayton Sanders and have trans ferred same to their livery stable on Irvine and Third streets Judge J M Benton was designated by acting Governor Cox as special judge to preside at Lancaster Circuit Court in a case which came up for trial last Thursday Mr Huguely Shearer formerly with the Richmond Ice Company has ac cepted a position with the L R Blanton Coal Company and will enter on his new duties t morrow September 1st In a message received Tuesday by the Burley Tobacco Society an offer was made above eighteen cents for all tobacco in the pool on condition that an option on the 1010 crop also bo given A good rain fell Thursday night and Friday morning causing the thermom eter to drop many degrees Quito st number of overcoats were brought from winter quarters and pressed into servijo Smoke 1 Cuban Club lOc 1 Cuban Star5c Dont lay in your winter supplies until you visit the Big Sample Sale Monday and Tuesday October 3 and 4 Sale will be conducted in the McKeo Rink by ladies of the P A C Infirmary A full description will bo published later An easy way to remove down from ducks or pinfcatbcrs from chickens s after the fowl is well scalded to akea rough towel and rub the fowl This saves much time and leaves the skin smoother than if it is scraped with i knife Try it Mrs Elliott Shifllett of this county has been awarded a cash prizo for writ ng best letter for the Gentlewoman a New York Magazine Mrs Shilllct was ilso awarded a prize recently by tho Metropolitan Rural Homo Magazine for articles contributed Kentucky gets nearly 80000 this year for the benefit of her militia The money comes in allotments from 4000000 ap propriated by Congress for militia purposes which is based in part upon Con gressional representation and in part upea the enlktedmilitia strength ort o States At Winchester Mondaytherewero cattle on the market and 800 sheep Steers sold for 423 to 1550 according to qualityf ew ef them reaching higher figure Heifers brought 350 to 430 Cows varied greatly in quality MM price selling at 150 to t 5 for a few xtra good ones The sheep brought frem 3t- o 550 eaekINotice Ttw f Jr ap lsgaaytewr 8ft str e4d A04 owned by th4t City f Rk kr MOOd Kv will Dem aati MJIfHexHpt a pntcUcftl workman will eIJltiited UI H W work PrU taoirinf le wer o Mtraotkm wilt inace appMoaMiMt 4 tttlfjfwr for t permit in wrttto ae M Naiwt bjrfM Bone by o4 r of dw klt1tf LJI c 1 t a t t a t Y ilt lf rSitf Y k t e tReady For Business r Again c f We are pleased to say that while the improvements on our store front ares U incomplete the I inside work is so far advanced that our stock has been put in order and we are ready for business again l Drop in the first time you pass our way and see the new Crystal Glass Revolving Clothing d r Cabinets the very latest on the market nothing else like them in a hundred miles of here These r C cabinets not only keep the garments fresh and clean and free from shop wear but they considerably re duce selling expenses by the great saving of time and labor in showing goods and keeping stock in order d Lots of new fall things to show you Hats Caps Shoes Suits Trousers etc First pick is the best you know COVINGTON BANKS t THE STORE FOR QUALITY i i C Jo w W ROADDUS COSOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED The Best Coal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W CO Telephone 110 135 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Card of Thanks The Ladles of the Pattio A Clay Infirmary wish to thank most heartily all persons who gave them laundry coupons or assisted them in any way to win the piano realizing that without the hearty cooperation and support of such friends their efforts would have been useless Inspector Todd Compliments Madison Officials The following special telegram was sent from Frankfort Monday to tho ctty papers In a report to the Governor today McKenzio R Todd State Inspector and Examiner compliments Roy C White Circuit Clerk of Madison county and P B Broaddus a former Sheriff on the way they have conducted their offices Colored Fair The colored citizens of Richmond and Madison county gavo an excellent fair here last week which was conducted ia a very commendable manner and with a great deal of success The Richmond Colored Band furnished the muiic and gave concerts in the court house yard every morning during tho fair Their exhibits were filled out very interestingly and the association deserves much credit for the splendid showing made Robt Walker Takes Blue Ties at London Mr Robt Walker of this city was a bigwinu r At the London fair lat week Ho secured first prize fn 240 trot and second In free for all trot with his splen did stallion Prince Arion In the show rings Mr Walker carried away fourteen blue aa4 three red tiMSlncehisra turairera lon Mr Walker isreceiv ing the barty xonfratuktioa s of his frieads oa hit great succewat the Lurel county fair Interlocking System Will Be Installed By L and N The Louisville aM Nashville RaH reMwtu shortly install theiAwrl k mg system on all of its Heiw Mn LwlY with telegraph mrM The letwieckirm systeai which hM beea trid by the Cheoapwko and Ohio Ran road hat been lechred a great aucoeM Ubu atao been announced thttbel JCmiMflky Ctatral divi ioa of the road vltf bo thorougfoly overhauled to Meet til tot trmfte which bav gram heavier u jMIhlw4ter rails will be lat and some muoaivB teproTw enU ntidriD tbe Corlnxtoa JardsCiDclanatiEDqUirw Aut M 0 No Vacancy In an opinion which ho gave to ProC Elsworth Regcnstcin Superintendent of Public Instruction Attorney General James Breathitt takes the position that ProC Regcnstcin was appointed until the end of the term for which ProC JG Crabbo was elected and he holds that no election can bo hold m November to fill the position Bank Changed Name Satur day Saturday August 27lb marked the changing of the old Richmond National Bank into the Southern National Bank While it has been known for some time that this change would bo mad the actual transfer didnt take place until Saturday Mr George W Pickels who is one of the directors of the institution has the honor of making tho first deposit under the new title Tho Cynthiana Democrat says It developed Monday that about 3 000 acres ot tobacco in Harrison had been signed in the 1010 pool Fifteen additional i solicitors were appointed and a strong effort will bo made to pool everything in the next twenty days Firm Changes Lyno Arnclt has retired from the firm of Powell fc Arnott dry goods and the business in tho future will be conducted by W R Powell who con templates ite a number of improve ments which will make the establish ment one of the most complete in Cea tral Kentucky Jcssamino Journal boylNicholasville was an employee of Mr K V Eider of this city He ka1- HlaRyfriends here who are gUd to learn of the splendid success he has made in Jessam lle Wants 250DamagesH- cdreary Jiillwn of Mad leiu- ntrlled wit la tw Fayette circuit 81Ilt agaiM Ewad Heaetie Will newi aad Jej Karry MI for judgement against them in tit sem of 9 0 The irfalwiiff alienee that en Jb1JllM JCciWa elo wo lOt mwljr ooadnetod a tfvery t1MW- Ma oa Vine atreet permitted Duncan and Harry to take OVta horse and tamr Trtrieti ttM plaiatiff Jolt at the i ble to be oared for asx to iriiw the r Tto th ooMtry aerioatly and par manenUj Jnjoriaf Bio aoimaJ beficiee damaging the Tefcfaile Tiiuaifoe Jour nal t JU mJI BROABDUS Alex Pence Heavily Fined In tho County Court Friday Alex Pence was tried and found guilty in fourteen charges of illegal sale of intoxi cating liquors and assessed fines aggre gating 900 Six charges for the same offense were continued Fourteen in dictments were returned against Pence by the last grand jury and will come up for trial at the Ootobor term of court Former Richmond Man Active in New Home Wo aro in receipt of a copy of the Bloomington Pantagraph which contains an interesting account of a trade excursion sent out to boost Bloom ington One extract says Mr J S Joplin of the transportation committee of tlie Business mens Association with the assistance of Conductor Bramanr handled the train in good shapo and there was nothing to mar the pleasures of the trip in tho least Knockout for Jailers In an opinion which was asked for by W S Fitzgerald otDinville president of the State Jailers Association Attor ney General James Breathitt holds that i present Jailers cannot receive the in creased compensation which was al lowed by an act of the last Legislature He holds thiit this would be changing the compensation the officers during their term of pfflceand for that reason cinnot apply Jailers who may be elected later can get the seventr five cents n day for maintftnaBce of the prisoners but the pesent Jailers will hare is peg along on the old allowance fifty cents Madison Institute Of coarse if yen are coHtemplatiftf going to scHoet this faU you are thinking and planning for it now awl that Is right It is aone too soon to begin to wake arrangements and te cst ribpat fera deeireWe plaee We gladly refer you te Madison Ins itute No towit w the state has a higher moral tone and fewer objectionaVte MtlrM Our school erjr unuual faeililles for a proper eullure ef the mmd at a very moflenite expepse and you are very cordially Invited to investigle before decidiAg to 90 eiwwhere Tbere K iw aeemt jproces in the wtn uCacture of Ckrpenl r3Cortoa RooAnff ft k made from long fibre woelfelt treated with Oenaine Natural Aaptwlt Hisreerro Cql Tar Candle Tar M j W1lpall 111 ek B IOIJ to we amp1ese Commissioners Named The election commissioners for Central Kentucky were chosen Thurs day as follows Madison county Waller Bennett Republican D B Shackelford Democrat Fayetto county Charles Kerr Republican and George S Shank iln Democrat Scott county E Thomp DradleyIDemocrat Woodford county W C White Republican and J G Wilhoit Democrat Hog Cholera Hog cholera has broken out in Boyle county and a number of herds ome of them pure breeds aro suffering Prof E S Good of the Agricultural College is applying the serum treatment The last Legislature appropriated 2000 for a plant in connection with the exper iment station at Lexington by which hog cholera serum will bo manufactured and sold to farmers atcostProC Good is in charge of this work and will she all the information possible toward stamping out tile fatal disease Farmers are invited to visit tho station at Lex ington and become morn thoroughly ac quainted with the methods of ridding communities of hog cholera If you know n news item or have vis itors or are going away please ring up the Climax Office and tell us about it Big Railroad Item of Local Interest Saturdays Frankfort toms in the Courier Journal contained this im- Iportant news aff ectlnjt Richmond Nichotusville Versailles Frank fort and Shelby ville through which the new through trains wHI pass from LoHfeville to the South From the fact that thetN is ftghtinK so hard to getrits line through Versailles it is be lieved that the big railroad has1 more 1611rSrk1oCIt OQdBy this routs whieh isi prteUeaHy the same distanoe Mover the present KaoxylUe braee Hiw wouW be seven or mere good iowos throwgh whi k Ui train wwrtd paa iwrtead of lt1Y twe an oa the j re ot KnoxvUie hnwi LebanoBa d Stan terd If the plan of the L and N are really wfcat is being owt rank f tMJ at uA1M tatwVto Uh Uoe eMit Fnwk WrtJWnfcalirj thrm i ttOm owl of Lovtotttfc oo eub of the branoba Mr John Marrs Wins Prize A record breaking crowd was at the opera house Saturday night when a handsome brass bed given by Old ham Lackey was awarded to Mr John Marrs For several the weeks past those who attended bearIingreserved for each ticket sold On SaturJ day night the duplicate numbers were all put into a basket and ono drawn out corresponding with thoJiumbcr held by Mr Marrs therefore entitling him to the prize Death of Well Known Citizen Mr A E Carso died Friday morning after an illness dating back several years during which period ho was able to be up and going about a great deal of the time For the last week or more his death was expected at any moment Mr Carso was sixtyseven years old and had been a resident of Richmond for twenty three years moving hero from Kalama zoo Michigan During his residence here Mr Carso identified himself with the citys best interests and was at all times prominent in every progressive movement He Avas engaged in exten sive lumber and saw mill business until his health failed several years ao and ho was compelled to dispose of his large business Ho was a member of the Pres byterian church and a Mason Funeral services were conducted Sunday after noon at 3 oclock at the residence by Dr D II Scanlon and Rev C C Marshall after which the remains were interred in the Richmond Cemetery beneath a bank of flowers mute tributes from friends far and near Mr Carsc was twice married his second wive surviving him Also ono daughter Mrs Matt Hacker of Nicholasvillo and a son Mr Robt Carse of Burwick Pa To thcs bereaved ones thesympathy of the entire community is extended Schools to Begin The City Schools white and colored will begin Monday September 5 at 9 oclock a m Owing to the fact that the new build ings are not quite completed the schools will open in their old quarters The first four grades that have been using the Barlow building will continue to do so temporarily Miss Bessie Dudley is principal and Misses Willie Traynor Curtis McKinney and Stella Phelps are the assistants in the first second and third grades respectively This ar rangement will lasta short time as the contractorsarc pushing the work rap idly to completion Miss Lottie Faris will be the third grade teacher in the Caldwell building Misses White and and JbrdOT the firth grade teachers Miss Powell the second grade and Miss Kunkle the sixth grade teacher The other teachers will be in their old places ProC Robinson takes his place as teacher of history and science in the High School All the grades will occupy the same room as last year The instrumental music teacher Miss Punish will occupy thQ Superintendents mew office down stairsat present It kdesirable that all at udeht s enter the first day so the ctasses can bo quickly and thoroughly organized Respectfully T J CoATBeJBuperintendent To Pay no Rent AmovemeHt is on foot ia Harrison oowity among ihe farm tenants teor guIHaDdt dltheJRMkHds bAt thek1MNieswheret There wfU be a Meeting offttra tenants at he CearYheu e Saturday to consider the question whether jhoaM pay renJo the landlord where they eulti vateUe1MMl1onis AU in Harrison county ate nteeV je pr e eat at this Meeting The rn ie of one of the principal leaders i the mOt nttftt who ic aW TaItI inRueBttel emI Rousing Tobacco Meeting at Paint Lick Ono of the most interesting meetings yet held i n the interest of the Burley Tobacco Society was the one at Paint Lick Saturday afternoon in which all the farmers of that vicinity were in attendance Enthusiasm was shown to beat its highest in the unanimous expres sions of those present over the prospect of the pooling of nearly all the crop in that section The occasion of the meeting was to hear the reports from Messrs Wade Wal ker and J n Woods who at a meeting of some weeks ago had been named as delegates to attend the meeting at Lex ington for tho purpose of a thorough in vestigation and to make a report of their findings Aug 20th at Paint rick After the meeting was called to order tho re port of the committee was called for and Mr Walker for the committee responded in substance as follows lie said wo found that the sentiment of all the old poolers was stronger than over for the lOW pool and that lie was convinced that all the old counties would bo as wen organized in 1910 as ever and that there seemed to be no uneasiness felt on their part as to the statement they would receive in the pool but it was strongly evidenced they were in favor of the 1910 pool Ho also stated that ho and Mr AVoods were in conference with Mr Lcbus antI other members of tho executive board and they were assured of the erection of a warehouse at Paint Lick also that Mr Lebus said if they would pool in the neighborhood of two million pounds at once ho would guarantee thorn a steam rodrying plant at Paint Lick This proposition seemed to met with unanimous consent by all present Both Messrs Walker and Woods were unanimous and aboveithis district to pool their tobacco giving as a reason that the short crop could bo easily controlled with a stronger pool They also urged their friends and neigh bors to join with the followingcommittce in making the mooting to bo hold at Paint Lick Saturday Sept 3rd a grand suc cess and come with minds fully made up to pool their tobacco Mr Bradley Wil son manager of the campaign for this district was present and assured tho meeting that President and Mrs Lebus and the executive committee and other prominent speakers would bo present Tho meeting was unanimous for the barbecue and basket dinner and the following committee was elected to take charge of the detailk and make all arrangements for the reception of the guests The committee issued and signed the following To the Tobacco Growers of Oarrard and adjoining counties We the undersigned committee repre senting the citizens and tobacco growers of the vicinity of Paint Lick respectfully invite and request yon to join with us in a mammoth barbecue and basket dinner to bo given at Paint Lick on tho 3rd day of Sept 1910 We fael that the tobacco question deserves immediate attention DurleyTobaccous also other prominent speakers will bo invited and expected to attend Ladies also are especially invited to attend and meetingSigned Hern FitzpatrickWBeasley N W Rogers J T Rawls ton Woods Walker J G Burnsides Walker Guynn E L Woods anti Harry Francis countyhavetowards the pooling question for tho past several weeks and in tho past few growershaveand in each instance they were men who heretofore pulled away from tho pool Hon A O Stanley will address the meeting at Paint Lick in tho after noon The Caperton Monument Completed There has just been completed in the Richmond cemetery a monument of remarkable beauty erected upon the Col J W Caperton burial lot tho proportions of which are most striking and those Vlio admire things of beauty can dwell upon this structure with con siderable satisfaction The ground base is 12x12 theobelisk being 3 x 3 by 3x3 at the base and 35 root long the entire structure reaching n height of 45 feet The die and plinth are carved in an artistic manner and the foliated design is wonderfully correct and most appropriate for tills class of memorial work The light shade of Barre Vt granite is shown in the entire monu ment and is remarkable even in grain and texture Tho entire weight of the monument is seventy tons three cars ono special being required to trans port it from the quarries The time required to build the monument was nine months Mr Gco A Douglas the builder pronounces it toi be among the best examples of his production the design material and workmanship being unsurpassed Mr Richhard Cobb executor of the Caperton estate and also Mrs Caperton were highly pleased with the memorial and also with tho perfectly satisfactory manner in which Mr Douglas fulfilled the con tract Richmond can now boast of one of the best private monuments inr the State and to the memory of one of her best citizens CarpenterMorton Roofing can bo used with very satisfactory results on either a flat roof slanting roof or peaked roof It is a nonconducior of heat and cold The upper rooms of a welling are cooler in summer and warmer in winter than when other roofing materials are used Blanton Consletoi Lumber Co canhs a I full stock Booklet and sample fur nished free In Our Prescription Department tIaccuracy and systematic skill verylJrgedrug and chemical called for in or likely to be called for in medical practice This En ables us to conscientiously compound and fill any preJscription presented to us no matter how difficult with iba assurance that our patrons orders will be carried out to the letter v H L PERMV PMONE 7S Jg MAINlrrj LtJf t tit t A i M iL 1i 1- ILSen SALE If you anything Ladies Childrens l in ankle Call new in etc can money Come i WeID OLURAM AND COMPANY c COST MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA Join Membership Fee 500 For 60 300 Local Medical Examiners Fee 100 Supreme Physician Fee 25 625 Remain Monthly Payments each at follows MONTHLY ASSESSEENT RATES Which Include Per Capita and Reserve Fund Dues AGES OOOl l000Wi00000 years 00 05 115 291033 years 5J 70 120- n4t687 years 55 70 125 8 to 40 years 55 75 135 41 55 75 1n5 42 to43 yearn 55 60 140 44 to 45 years Ci 80 145 46 to 48 years 05 85 s lodge dues per month whatever your may charge 15c and up per month with Active at 87 This not be unusual news if men and women keep themselves free from rheumatism and aU aches and pains as well as keeping their mus and joints with Ballards Liniment Sold by H L Perry alm r trJ tip C tn tJ r i 8 For several located Lancaster drainage terested purchase Bright Bright uA Dollar Saved isa Dolla- rEarnedMen Saving Dollars Getting just the right Suit for this time yearSuits too for the gal ance the summer early fall Youll buy suits again like for such little prices Finish the season looking well dressed and have and almost new suit next Spring J 500 and 1800 Suits 1275 2000 and 2250 Suits 1575 2500 and 2800 Suits 1975 3000 and 3500 Suits 2575 We still making cut prices in departments to close andall spring summer goods before 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 extremely low prices will named on for your benefit need in Mens and Low Shoes strap pumps and ribbon uswe have the things novelties neckwear hosiery wash fabrics You save by buying from us in and get posted Repectfully To days To month IStoa years Local lodge would would Snow and and and ties and BENEFITS MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA What You Gain AMOUNT PAYABLE s00001000200ForFor accidental loss of 12500 250 500 600ForShaft of bone above elbow 2500 60 100 Shaft of bones below elbow 2500 60 100 100ShnftonShaft of one bone below knee 1250 25 5U Shaft of one bone below elbow 7 1250 25 60 Potta fracture 1250 25 5t For a Colles fracture L250 25 50 Annual payment after 70 years of age 6000 100 200 Certificates Paid in Full From Date of Adoption THATS NOT ALL In time of need members stand by you gain a social time meetings of your local lodge belong to a Society having over 146000 Members More benefits are paid for the moneycollected than paid other society or insurance company W NEWSOM STATE MAGR Office Dr SANDLIN Richmond Ky limber Sale- I have good building lots for sale on and Breck Location ect the very apartmenthousoin please call on the owner Mrs D M or her son Dr tf are of of never these are all up our be them see all l foot For the You from You by any J cles Ave Farmers mechanics railroaders laborers rely on DrThomas Eclectic Oil Takes the sting out of cuts burns or bruises at once Pain cannot stay where it is usedam The wise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan H Brock has the best police tf SpecialiHS1- 0FOR LETEN DAYS ONLY1O Beginning August 23 fi Closing September 3oJ Every pair of Low Cut Shoes must leave our store at once to dailyWeus to carry any of them over arid it is not our plan to carry over any stock from oneseason to the next 5o if you wear Low Cut Shoes now is the opportunity to secure good footwear for a small sum It will surprise you when you see the prices They must go Regardless of Cost 5o come earlf and get your sizethe price will make them go quick Mens and womens Low Cuts regular 3 and 350 Now 195 Pair regular f We have many other special values to offer in r4i Light and Medium Weight Suits hztrue cut the price below costwe need the room and if prices will make it we are going to have it Remember this Sale is on NOW It Closes SATURDAY September 3 C j The Royal 0 Home of c j f6jJti Yi JS STAfSJ I FER PROPRIETOR c Sfl6t rner r dan Main Te1ephonV 67 Ii j 1 IFrlJIinr Rem ed It1s well to stop a physical ail ment at the first signs of its approach and that is especially true of liver trouble which can eventually give rise to so many serious complications Many have liver trouble and imagine it is indigestion and hence take the wrong remedy sufSeleatanti in this way disturbs the stomach and workInlMrmosycomplexion the pimply face the dull Gftheto the trouble CaldweUIhTUJI asUvityAmeeg the many thousands who have reaultartcMevedglad to make the facts public so that JosKennedymanyothers startedthoIf you wilt send your name and addressyou tail also obtain a free trial bottle troubleIsmoney will be refunded Having tried theregtllaJwayone dollar a bottle and the latter is familyThisover cathartic tablets and salts which SyrupPepsin ItIsnot stand a violent purgative pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyfreeletter and he will reply to you in detail For thoJree sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address is Dr W B Caldwell H600 Cald well building Montlcello III SOLD BY ALT DRUGGISTS Not Satisfied with Assessment Auditor Frank P James is not satisfied with the way that the Assessors of the Kentucky counties made up their reports this year and he will insist that they be made up more complete and in accordance with the law next rear The amount of money with corporations other than banks is given at 188766 and the Auditor and State Board are inclined to think that this amount is too lowThe amount of cash depos ited with individuals is given at 93164 which is another low water mark figure The amount of all other credits or money at interest is fixed at 488252 and Auditor James thinks this is another low figure A good many of the counties do not report on these figures at all The amount of stock in joint stock companies orasso ciations is given at 1428 994 and the amount of stock in foreign corporations is fixed at 1120884 It is almost an even bet that if the real facts could be secured there are individuals in this state who own as much as 1000000 in joint corporations or associa tions and many who own as much as 1000000 of stock in foreign corporations The total number of acres of land in Ken tuck is reported at 23568836 which under the defective assessment laws of this state must bear the burden of taxation The value of this land is given at 316 224667 There is a total of 134054 which are valued at 260862622 nearly onehalf of this value is in Jefferson county The exemptions al lowed in Kentucky amount to 38368437 and the personal propertyamounts to121235 902IA Weakling H tho only way to describe the poor child that is afflicted with worms No matter how much or how olten it eats the worms get all tne nourishment from the food the child gets pract ical Ily nono Whites Cream Vermfnge rid of the worms quickly easily and with no bad after tilects Price 25 cents a bottle Sold by II L Perry alm Public Sale As Administrator of the estate of Qco Million deceased I will soil at public auction on the premises at 10 n m on Wednesday Sept 7t 1910 the following property Two Tracts of Land One known as the Tilda Million tract bordering on the Tates Creek pike and composing 97 acres On this maim isagood live room residence tobacco and stock barns is well watered about six miles from Richmond and within 200 yards of railroad station Tract No 2 known as the John Million tract borders on Crutchor piko and contains OS acres with three room residence stock barn and is well watered Farm No1 will be sold in three Jticts as follows 45 acres with barrfs and residence will bo sold first then tract containing 2 acres known as the Rifch oqfhploGrovopikcand known as the John Knnatzer place also bordcriiigon the Maplo Grovo pike and lands of Rufus Jenkins Then above three tracts will bo sold as a whole the bestprlcp realized will be acccptqd At same Limo and place will also sell he following r Stock and Crop Tweyearolcl eoH 2yearbR work pairc4YtMw rf1moCtICittITERMSLnd 1I1beso1dfor one half cash January 1911 when posses twopartthe ptmsbMAr being required to execute fromsIdtranatI qt JI ulur stock wnf be ouMte aortnsn I1 dtlor le Thos Jenkins Admr k 0 We Are Showing Our New R G Corsets fForaII t McSall Patternse Call Patterns j 14Oand15c McCall Magazine 5c a Copy 110 and 15ca- r f J L You Can Get Your Correct Model Here i Rf l JSJ in ftQrA l Slfi salASt E V ELDER Commissioners Sale of About 400 Acres of Valua ble Land at Richmond Kentucky Monday Sept 5 1910 at 2 oclock p m about tOO acres of land owned by James W Smith in his life time This land is situated on the Brookslown pike about nino mile from Richmond and about two miles from Red House a station on the L S N and is now rented to G B Turley Jr md ig strong fertile land nearlynIl in grass It is one of the farms in Madison county and is improved by two tenant houses one new tobacco barn a farm barn and other out buildings and there is a school and tho neighborhood Possession will bo given January 1st 1911 and tho farm will bo sold on a credit of onehalf in ono year and one half in two years with interest at the rate of six per cent from ditto of sale Tho purchaser will be required to exe cute bond with approved security for tho purclmse money bearing 0 per cent interest from day of sale Tho land t bo surveyed before sale This land is not in the hands of any real estate dealer and any information desired will be given Mrs J W Smith of Richmond Ky T H Collins Special Commissioner Baby Morphine Fiends are made by al soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium and narcotics McGeea Bally Elixii contains no injurious or uarcaticdrag- of s any kind A sureand safe cure for disordered stomachs bowel and fret fulnesssplendid for teething infants Sod bjH L Perry aim The Georgia Prison Coin mission has prepared a bill authorizing 250000 appropriation for segregation of races at the State convict farm Notice to Tax Payers Taxes aro now due and wo will be pleased if all will call and settle at once Tho penalty will be added as prescribed by law if taxes aro not paid promptly There is no reason for put ting this olfas taxes must bo paid David McCord S M C 3x THE CHURCH SUPPER it Dingdong I said the big church bell JDingdonsHere Im rung in oa a vestry fair Ive a mind to stick and refnso to ring For I wasnt nblfor such a thing But my oh my I low sweet that saclto I I wish that cofiee were good far bells I For at every pull the sexton gave The bell swung out above the pave And at every swing be got tho scent And on he swung there all content Said down below good pastor Pipp Fingers tapping tip to Up I have been aake d by all wkore hers To say ute Ute sister dear Who brought the cofee here tonight Thatwe consider it nor right To tine be thanked ia public wke Site Safe great favor hoar eye Kay all key feed smell sweet aatkfeT- By wkkk aid briefer neighbors btleari Thought Mwhiaf Xra Jones r I toww Whit CusZ8ADou3 brats WeW- Wa Geed init 7ett know an oaly teat Jai fc llaiWia d eg ooatiat- a o eweU McEyS- taple U and Fanc Groceries HaQOats and Ship- Thonc223 u your We new designed you the for your fashionable and comfortable you have your new over one Gmodels Guaranteed MILL RIB- INTERIOR TRIMS LU3VIBERThe quality everything you buy is guaranteed us We no effort in making building mater the best Blanton Congleton Lumber Co Incorporated Successors to Ed DIanton f Near L A Depot Telephone 425 0io 130 Lackey Colyer Telephone We will on Oct 1 st 1910 give away Leathertrimmed Rubber Tire buggy valued at 1 Also handsome Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued legitimateitgive to every purchaser a ticket for every 10 worta of trade Each ticket represent a at the Buggy Harness on the day of the drawing 1st We further propose to you article in our of a liberal discount below the customary prices offerw ill save money when in make you explatRead Carefully the Articles Below Back Farm Blind Riding Bridals Harness x Harness Surrey Harness ladsC etc Houghton Buggies Columbus Busrgics Manycr Buggies L S A Buggies Kauffman Buggies figure show of R models to correct figure necessary newest gowns fitted ofadvise to R Every fair of by our ials Co one ful 00 a set 30 each and with will and Oct 1910 any line This you you and Ilorso collars Bands Bridals Break Drivq Buggy It gowns shot Post Buggies and all medium Buggies Break Carts Road Wagons and Surreys Uubber tier tho best put on quick and reasonable First class Horso 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 your Vehicle for Painting and Repairs Early Lackey Colyer IThe most inviting place in Richmond during I the warm weather is Riccis lee Cream PARLOR Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from tjie best markets daily Meals served any hour day or night AR- EYOUq Interested in Lumber Lath ShinglesDoors Sash Etc If so se- eTo4dEdwards r luiaber Go Phone iooCiIw 1 r 11r N Ric tvcaid K I Among our complete range cf shapes anti sizes in the new R G models V you can readily secure a corset that will meet every requirement of here several these G give these We 282 of at will us sell call in f Mowers s and fakes The IWalter 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 Simmoos Deattae EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing and GutteringN- ew Place on Second Street Telephone 20 A rssaz tJ1u A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND BILIOUSNESS COHSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA CURES COMPLAINTS MALARIA CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases a TOR PID LIVER Ono bottle purchased today may savo you serious sick spoil tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE BOTTLEPRICE GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Rocommesnd0d by H L PERRY Have Fifty Bran New Silk DreSSeSdfi just In From i 750 to 3000 i in Taffeta Foulards and Tussaj and Rajah They were sent r here to sell at the price Come jumping v j Lots of Good Things Hererr J e WalkerLi t Fitting by Mrs Moor0 theb 1 JiJiStreet y tr iil