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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v 4 Sctronl THE RIGHMONO CUMAX Section 1 VOLUME 36RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5 1910 NUMBER 31 DIJOldham Cos 12th GreatLOOM DAN CLEARANCE iJtIiij y IHi = Sale Begin- SATURDAY Jan 8 at 8 oclock and Closes Saturday Jan 22nd at 1030 p m In announcing our Twelfth Great Loom End and Clearance Sale we feel free toassure our patrons that our bar gain offerings in this sale far surpasses any of our previous attempts of sale giving We feel that experience is the best teacher and out buyers although they have always been on the alert fort trrains for our sales have gained in xperience and with each sale they are ale to furnish more and better things for our customers And this sale coming at the time of the year when we are ready and willing to sell all winter gools and broken lots at some kind of a price to clean up stock and get ready for our annual inventory means a great m tnpy saving event for all who may come Oar Clearance Sales are business propositions which we know are worth vour consideration If you need goods of any kind its up to you to come to pome to this sale and save money We guarantee satisfaction with every purchase or your money will be iA sure are not ever do even for over th3 for but was our the for for now be i not near all raw for one its the say We are now by by one not for are our be over Be cut refundedRichmond ktW MAker I t kwY iiOOMENDO w dl 01 I i1 Men have a with us You will win you buy of Bros Suits to you and buy it this sale at The suits in this at Loomsate first day and is 500 wool 150 to 2 sale 09e 2JO Fine rcg and 3 Sale and Suits and in aud half in in this sale This will value Salo Dont miss it black and gray in from 1 to 10 reg 1c per yar Loom End 3Jo bine in from 1 to ale End Sale 3Jc Wm and blue in to Loom End Sale 3jo in from 1 to CJc per Loom End 3jc red and in from to rcg Ojc Loom End 3io 009 r and in from to 10 8Jo End 5000 best III to End Now hero is your pays in more than suit in big has been cut half In two In and a so been of You a home with a Suit Dont wait until your is gone first then of very best in and rens this LIls ytt If have sale you Lave been wise and get them we have to a so must sell them end have the so low that you will to tale them home with you Suits and you wont 5000 nice in 3 to 10 reg ular 8 l3c value Loony 3000 in from 3 to 10 regu ar 8 lcEnd Sale 3000 India frcmi 12 125 Sale nice wide value in from 2 5 1tilS End Sale Pearl per Pins per Hair Pins per per hall Pins per Ic to get and child 4 A big to Jon in Get End Sale Car acts and Now is to buy them and put them away least per cent It a be for the the 2 000 in mens in from 3 to 10 yard Loom End 5000 Wm 3lrn in and dark in from 1 to 10 bolt 1212 per Loom End 6 l2c txlra in dark coors in from 212 to 10 12 Sale 7 I 25 5000 extrs solid co ored Hue crtam 10 to 12 1 Loom End Sale t 0 32 inch a in and Ssle 1000 in with and in from 10 to 20 per Loom End SCO Rep 36 20 to 1030 A C A Bed in tJ to 9 value Sale 12 in ored and in from to to 15e Sale and cud in blue and gray wfrh sad in from 3 lOo value 1 n n BUSY BEE CASH STOREiati aae La s fA a Oai i i 1r re 1 I a AaY 4II1IIr irt one the ii pies of our business not lo car ry over one Great J j the of the in the of f Worth of con was purchased the by our for est our all of and tRemnantsand Mntfcings of of aAnd of rkindsthe for far the the of a life money a of our great all mean for closed f 7 to big Begins Saturday January 8 13 DAYS Bargain Giving Feast For SPOT CASHa Bargain t you are to get aU we promise too time we more than before but we intend as in the to a great deal more than our you to a and we intend make it the most decisive clearance we have We have tim several mainly because it the of the of Loom End Remnants buyers were enough to buy at a great price than actual cost manufacture and then time our stock begin comingJand to offer they are thereby giving our and friends a buy merchandise that wIll for months to come r price is fat the actual value of the goods at tIme is an that you wIll in the futule as the price of is advancingrawby boxing these roods and away until next sell them in a way However carry goods over from to another a which we feel justly that we offer seasons production Thats you cannot to this genuine giving offering talking to the live ones If any be read some wbo does a in other words If you dead pardon us to lIfe on account if you are interested and in times every one interested a of income in and look us interests us an to show you a clean saving on each and you If you dont find the and prices what you want then we wont expect your 7 IrC- Oua IIH Clothing Bargains smile before start if you made expiessly lit now almost onehalf price very best go Nothing reserved they go End prices Como tho lit yourself up before your MZO gone pairs Mens nil Pants regular 00 price pairs Mens ere Pants 2 59 00 severs price 159 Mens Boys Childrens Overcoats all qualities cut almost two price during bo our breaking giving Clothing Loom End Bargains 10000 Simpsons Calico lengths yards price price 10000 yards American indigo lengths 10 yards regular value Loom price 5000 yards Simpsons American China Calico from 1 10 yards value price 10000 American Shirting Calicoes lengths 10 regular price yard price 5000 yards Arnolds wine Prints X 10 price price 15 yards Lancaster Amoskeg Apron Ginghams lengths 2J regular price Loom price 5c yards French Dress Ginghams lengths from 2 10 regular price Loom price 7c Cloaks and Suits money double and some capes double store piicc great many are not good have reduced 23 original cau bring jut lit go Tailor made sze Come the day gotliUed up tell JurneibLbor Many styles Lading Misses Child Cloaks all bought business are unsold vou waited for this Come decided rot carryover garmctt we named be glad Come ex in Ladies Tailormade Cloaks Skirts be disappointed Bargains light ground Cloth lengths from yards End price 5o India Linen lengths yards price Loom price 5o lengths 311110 yards regular price price 81Sc yards Damask 63 ioclics regular fOTyardf lengths to y Loom price Buttons dozen 212c paper vlcpaper vlj White Tape lp Safety Thimbles le Dont fail our prices oanieiiV misses rcns Underwear saving this department our Loom prices nh Rugs the till springy At 33 regular A Strictly Cask Sales Bring Your Coin of harcold cash cashtbat will needed to and fuel as as Goods balance of winter Loom End Bargains yards extra heavy Hoosier solid colors and checks for shirts etc lengths yards regular price price 7jc yards Simpson Percales light colors yards regular price front yard price 10000 yards heavy Outng Cloth liijbtahd lengths yards regular price price yards heavy light white pink etc regular 2j sellers price fix Red Price Tickets Mean Bargains You 5 yards Fancy Pongee wpttli25c in regula wayi light grounds wiih = checks price15yards Corded Madras whIte colored figures lengths yards regular price 150 jard pricepwhite Tokio Fopline In- wide regular price 35card1Go Ampskrg Ticking ftatbfir proof lengths yards price 12- lCCO Linen Suiting col figures lengths 2 12 regular pitoe price lOc 5000 yards Flaniielettes for dresses wrappers small lengths to regular fur1 2o rlirfl y1A Alc Stiarri P is of fixed inciIIT enormous goods season to other this reason we Our 12th End and Clearance Sale with intention making it record breaking bargain giving event Madison county Over 000000 of Ends every ceivable kind from mills this thegreat of End Sales Remnants of line Remnants of Silks Remnants of Linens Towelings Remnants of Bleach BimcnCottonr Remnants of Bed Tickings Draperies Remnants of Carpets and Remnants all kinds lots Shoes bought from mills this greatJsale at prices below to Dont miss opportunity time to save Attend this sale Come and stay late miss single price ticket in department store bargains you Store all day Friday Jan mark down prices and for the sale Sale Eve andmore This only promising past statement leads clearance sale to sale held chosen raaons that fortunate deal less to them it is spring to them them while strIctly seasonable customers to in demand asked below this opportunity probably get material pntting them season money regular we dont seaicn and fact of present why we miss bargain this care please But these should in saving part their come Give orportunity item need goods just patronage ft- tGHriPtMll one our Schloss during all Cashmere CassIn Youths styles record yardsWm Calico 6c yards yards colored lengths yards yards yards 1212o wbere Every the styles the prices leraoneyand beautiful the for single pikes prices Loom End yards Outing yards yards Lincnin 300 bleacnedTable 12 v23p psper ladies off piee means saving buy well Dry Cheviot stripes lOc lengths Outifg Flannels ml pinstripes yards yards guanmccd from 25o yards Donegal stripes yards navy figwres 12ard from an For Loom history buyers Loom woolen dress kinds cost manufacture early get ready broadest present chance TIns again proud afford chance should Dont come every where pecting bargins bread for ground dainty stripes regular ground stripes announce Loom goods Dont any They end almost more lengths Hat and Gap Bargains fj We have the exclusvo sale in this city forthorola bratcd Hawes list the regular price is f8 03 in aTerv city 45Everyduced for thin our Biggest Loom End S JocMens f1 25 Fur Hats sale price s 05 15MrnaMetes 250 Fur Hats snleprleeu 1 e5 Boy 1 CO Fur Hats sale price V 79 Boys 125 Fur lists sale price 8D Boys 1 5 Fur lists c sale price ltO ilea d and Boys 25o ClipS sale price u 19- Mens and Boys fOclP3 silo price 33 Look for Red Tags v i iIIo o Kentucky sesssssss sssses s sssss t Jtstti t t ttttitt e ewm NEWiig YEARS LL ee esme N SS eelSeeSIs ee ese W e M fSF 55 e 5 5 e 5 5 e ee e eeJ + Zii I 5555555 t rsssat1sItast sststsst s 51 GREETINGe r ieee eee- S eee 0 5 Ne- eee a w L 55 eeer 5 5wN- eea 551- S ere r 55 5 5550 r 5uesC B i 1 555 I 555 5511 5 e eee w 5r 5e 55- 1u t 5 H 5 S P 6 l s r gi t ees r I Wetbke f this method of extending to our friends 5 5 and customers greetings for the New Year and ee to thank them for their liberal patronage We I I h appreciate fully the berai shaie of business givenw05e to us and will strive in the future as in the past to give you the very best values in every purchase I made of us Thanking you many times over and wishing you a Happy and Prosperous New Year Yours verytruly 55 551 e er 551 f r 55 4AIe1y 5s 4 7 5511 05 chc 5111 5551 li f z t g S i ll 7ti47J 1 f ie 551- ees f 5551 5551 J5 5511 55- 1u 51-e e 55- 1eh b 5101 eiRespectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade 551 SIll I Sel- le5 slel J555welSi s5 i I I t i S e oioiissa e 5 e aa B a a B s sessss eeessses s eses esses ss sssss SewsS sss s esSssessse se its Building Time If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings andsubmit workrsRepair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters line 0 0 0 S of S JEFF STONERICH- MOND KY Christmas Photos Get yours now and avoid the RUSH See our display McGaughey Moberley 4r4r 4 45 4P i4P 4 TODD IN1I Contractors and Builders J I Estimates furnished on short notice on buildings of 1 all kind We also have a large and complete stock of Grates and Til- ingT000SON tMantles I 1 414P 454i East End MillsJ B Sanders crCo Props Richmond Kentucky We are in the market for Wheat and Corn at the highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times Flour Meal Shr stuff chicken Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour We make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn to accommodate the far mers trade Our Motto Ie Live rand Let Live GIve SIlo chance and watch ui grow J B Sanders GoLeoikd st R It cJs devise Street Phone ST Rlchmondt Kentucky WHEN THE HOLLY BER RIES REDDEN IT IS TIME TO PURCHASE X in a s- Presents Diamonds Watches JewelryCut t Everything to be found in a Jewelry Store Give us a call before you buy Our prices are right L E LANE210 Main Street BIO WATCH SIGN Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block It is always cheapest in the long run to gel the best We do the very best ConcreteWork Give us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied R1 K Stone Phone 432 WALL PAPER We have added to our busi ness a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of the Latest and Most Up ToDate Patternsi from Sets a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleated to have you call and get our prices nnysort B Juett Son Phone 449 145 First st in view of the killing freeze in the fore part of October the corn belt farmer In sections where tbe freeze was heavy has no more important task in hand during the next few weeks than tbat of looking up and testing his supply of seed corn for next year Maybe enough corn can be secured from shocks in fields which were cut before the freeze yet there are many who will have to send to a distance for seed which will germinate In any event the job of securing seed of good vitality should not be postponed until next March or April when the scram ble for seed will be fierce arid when a lot of tall enders are going to get left Perhaps the largest authenticated yield of corn ever recorded was tbat produced by John Sundberg president of the Iowa Corn Growers association the past season tbe amount being 153 bushels and f5 pounds from n single acre or Just five times tbe average an aunt yield A Justice of the peace made affidavit tbat be personally measured tbe acre of ground and weighed the corn The patch from which the corn was taken was an acre and a halt in extent and produced In all 224 bushels The owner says it took seven years to get such a yield tbe result being in part due to proper care of the soil and thick planting and as largely to continual selection and breeding up somethinginabout There are many towns In the more recently settled portions of tbe west and some in sections not so recently settled which pride themselves much on their push and enterprise tbat act all too literally upon that Scriptural injunction Let tbe dead past bury Its dead and allow tbelr burial grounds to remain in a shabby unkempt con dition that is a positive disgrace not yTheroneglect for tbe matter could be remedied easily were the care of the cemetery placed in tbe hands of an assocla tlon of wide awake sympathetic wom en who In addition to annual dues could pull on the community in one way and another for financial aid sufficient to give the cemetery the care it ought to have healthhas mustbeand those found affected branded with a letter T upon the right ear The enforcement of this regulation It Is thought will put a stop to the traf tic in tuberculous cows and tbe sale of milk from them an offense which Onlythosean inspection and health certificate countersigned by tbe state veterina rian may be kept to furnish a milk cowshavemen and the polluted germ laden milk peded for the consumption of little children Other states should follow the lead of Illinois in this most com publicAn experiment is being tried by the Southwest Texts Truck Growers as sociation along the line of socialistic production that will be watched with much interest by people living else pooledtheironions and now buy their seed direct from the Canary islands at a cost of costthemsales nent after making a careful survey of the market allots so many acres to each member of the associa Hoe taklag Into account in this last y cropnthen wctiM by efficient inspectors who ar take ipeclal pta to aee tbtt they groweraosloae they are h 4d IB duty bond to raJet time of the Met j owt Jo he Richmond Climax mUMfS EKBT tar THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor 5scbsr ol PRESS PUBUSJXRS eeicE 100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JAN 5 lnln FOR CONGRESS We ore authorized to announce lIon HARVEY IIKWI of Lincoln county a candidate to succeed himself In Concress from this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party i f l1 e OflCllNJ 0 sI G ave FETRIGGl i REGISTER I ROCKFORDIA I j S CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEOe J This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission THE MYSTERY OF THE SALMON There Is no member of tbe large family of fishes that presents a mote Interesting study thanthesalmonnoto- nly because of tbe mystery of certain phases of Its life but because of its commercial value as a supplier of wholesome food for mankind Tbe salmon Is one of a very few fish which aro able to live In both fresh and salt water Tbe female salmon seek the streams of their birth at four years old making tbo most strenuous efforts to teach tbelr remotest tributaries After ascending rapids and leaping waterfalls they at last reach a suitable place to deposit their eggs They possess but one set of ovaries and both they and tbe males which follow die when the reproductive process Is com pleted It Is a pathetic sight to see tbe bruised and battered condition of these noble fish the result of tbelr attempts to ascend swift mountain streams During tbe season of their birth In tbe smaller streams the small fry descend to the ocean and are not beard from again until at four years of age they ascend the streams In which they were hatched and sacrifice life as did their progenitors There bas been much speculation as to where this Interval is spent but no one has as yet solved tbe mystery It is said that after leaving the ocean salmon take no food being seemingly bent on the one purpose of perpetuating their kind Another well known fact yet unexplainable Is that salmon will frequent one stream to Bpfwn yet will avoid another watercourse near by seemingly as good and without any apparent reason The Chinook salmon which often attains a weight of eighty pounds Is the most highly prized for food and it Is this kind which bas tbe rich flavor and shows the deep salmon color when taken from the can The catch of salmon has been so great in recent years that millions of eggs arc now hatched annually In plants owned by the government In order to replenish the rapidly decreasing supply WATER RIGHT GUARANTEES The settler in any of the arid or semiarid sections of the west where Irrigation In required in the growing of crops of whatever kind should In tbe purchase of land be most partic ular in regard to the water rights which go with It HP should see to it first of all that the parties back of the Irrigation system are absolutely relia ble and above even tbe suspicion of crookedness and dishonesty A government Irrigation project is reliable In the matter of Its water guarantees for no more land ix sold than the en gineers are positive can be adequately supplied with water when moisture is needed There are some private irri gation companies whose guarantee Is just as good but there are many other projects where laud is being sold at long prices in which water could not be furnished In sufficient quantities at the critical time if one were to wait till ho became gray headed Water in the ditch between November and May when It Is not needed or used Is a different thing than little or no water from May to October when It Is needed hence when Irrigated land is bought the guarantee of the water privileges must be in the most direct and plain terms so that no loophole will be left through which tbe guarantors may evade furnishing a service for which they are duly paid It may be a nuisance to have to look after this matter but attending to it at the proper time will mean a lot less grief later on THE CARLOAD PRIZE The chief prize striven for by the fruit growers who exhibited at the nn tional apple show held at Spokane Wash the latter part of November was 1000 in gold hung up for the best carload of BO boxes of fruit oi one variety Last season this prize went to a fruit ranchman lu the Wt natchee valley In Washington on n carload of WInesaps At the show just held the first prize was captured by II B Treason of Eagle Pulut Ore In the famous Rogue river valley on a carload of Spltzenburgs his exhibit scoring 0214 points The seventh prize of 500 went to W W Sawyer who owns extensive fruit ranches In the Yakima valley In central Washington lie exhibited a car of Grimes Golden which scored but oneeighth of n point below his successful competitor It bas been contended by sonic that tin Hood river Wcnatchee nnd Yaklnu apples surpass the Rogue river troll the standpoint of color but the award Ing of the premier prize this year It southern Oregon Spltzenburgs wool seem to show that the growers then will have to be reckoned with even h the matter of color The exhibits nn judged from the standpoint of the applesfreedomwhile the way they are packet and displayed Is also an Important consid eration TRADE MORALNobody would have known the Good Samaritans kind act were it not for Our hauls parable Beth home folks Good Samaritan Mr Mtrchant make thfe pa per your eommercial Miller writ your own parable and put It in our advertising cd LIMtM Iif 1il lMlltet whkh bas bees eat before the seed developed and II bright and cteaa makes a fair rougher for horse If the seed bas developed It should set be fed to them at all Pasteurization or sterilization of milk simply means the heating of It ton temperature of 180 degrees R which contatnlNobut Just the pent to do tbe business enougbI The rapid Increase in land values must inevitably compel the adoption of a typo of agriculture which will yield a corresponding interest return on the increased valuation He is a level beaded tiller of the soil who rev alizing this fact adopts the more in tensive methods and secures tbe In creased returns on a relatively low land valuation While some tobacco is produced In almost all the states less than 1 per cent is grown west of the Mississippi Texas being the only state In which the industry has gained any impor tance Kentucky leads all other states In tobacco production growing about onethird of that produced in the United States and oneninth of the crop of the world f If the products raised on the farm for feeding purposes consIst only of corn corn fodder timothy or wild hay the ration is not well balanced and should be reenforced with oil meal or bran to furnish the protein lacking and give the best results The most satisfactory feed containing pro tein in considerable quantities Is clo ver or alfalfa and when these are available the bought stuffs will be needed little It any A danger that the dairyman should be on the lookout for in securing new Individuals for his herdand this holds whether tbe purchase be bulls or cowsIs contagious abortion a dis ease that may cause a cow to lose her calf before time year after year It Is estimated that the loss in a year duo to decrease In milk yield Is from 13 to 25 per bead A fact that makes the disease especially danger ous is that the germs may be trans mItted to a calf at birth from its dam and lie dormant until it is of breeding age when it may be the means of Inv feeling a whole herd A scientific analysis of soil which has been cropped continuously for a tong period of years and several of its Important elements depleted would in many cases greatly aid tbe owner in determining what fertilizers it were best to apply to raise Its productive capacity to a maximum Often troll analyses will show an element in suf ficient quantity which had been supposed to be depleted while another supposed to be abundant is shown to be quite deficient The above holds especially In the case of land devoted to orchards and to Intensive crops such as beets onlonr and cabbages Its lots of botherwill be viewed so by the corn grower who wants to save time or is lazybut in view of the heavy October freeze the past fall which killed the germ In tbe seed corn the only absolutely sure method of securing a supply that will germI- nate Is to go into the Held as soon as the busks turn yellow and select tbe seeders and get them thoroughly aired out before frost time Many make a regular practice of this and are hence on tbe safe side this season but those who usually wait till husking time to make the selection are in a pretty tight place or will be before they get good seed corn In the ground next spring A fact that the eastern and central farmer should realize fully when he leaves a section of tiburitlant rainfall for tbe semiarid spctiearof the west Is that there must be a radical change In depth of plowing methods of culti ration etc Instead of three or four he should plow the land in the new country to a depth of six or seven Inches while his aim in the surface cultivation of the soil must not be as In the humid section to accelerate the evaporation of the moisture from the soil but by the creation of a fine dust mulch to reduce this evaporation to the minimum The application of tbe old and familiar methods to the new conditions can only result in grievous disappointment The department of agriculture at Washington has issued a bulletin to the tanners of the middle west especially to those In Minnesota Iowa Missouri Nebraska nod Kansas on chinch bugs warning them that an other outbreak of this bug pest Is likely to occur during 1010 and also suggesting that they make application for the bulletin which will be sent free from Washington on application During the past half century the dam age done by this Insect has been estl mated at 00000000 In 1871 the north central stiles suffered a loss of orer 30000000 There was another serious outbreak In 1S02 but In the interval following there has been little or no damage from them Chinch bugs hibernate In old corn shocks lit ter and dead leaves and the burning of this stuff at once Is urged The common quail is a voracious feeder on chinch bugs and farmers are urged to protect the bird in every way pos sible The bulletin referred to tells of several methods of combating the a pestF J1 Yeager TilE UPTO DA- TEJEWELER Second Street opp Court House Large and complets stock or Watches Clocks Diamonds Jewelry Silver wareE- YrEyeglasses stkictiM Guaranteed J GREAT REMOVALSALE Is Still On Ti andwe have many big values to offer you yet in SUITS OVER TJjfj COATS SHOES and MENS FURNISHINGS If you bavenfc V bought your winter wearables yet now is the time So dont miss this saleyou nexer can tell what values you are missing until you come and see We have had a big sale and yet there are many big values left for you COURT DAY NOTICEYou will find us on the corner of Second and Main Streets for merly occupied by J B Walker and will be ready for business Court Day We cordially invite our customers and friends to come and see us whether you buy or not and see how you lika our new quarters r Q t JS STANIFERHOME OF GOOD CLOTHES Notice I will stand my red boar hog at my home OH Big Hill Avenue at SI 00 Money due at time of service- I have some nice young boars big enough for service for sale 12 82m Wm B Turley H C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Gener Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky t d SUTL7V ANr ATUBNBYAt LAM S10HMOND KENTUCKY Mce over State Bank do Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building J GBOSLEY Physician and SurgeonO- ffice SopersRooms2and3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 2X5 Res Phone 210 I O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Bnrgin S Den- nyDENTIST Over State Bank k Trust Company TELEPHONE 2- 96brSmith DENTIST Hobson Building PHONE 205 harry M Blanton DENTIST 43Offlc0 In Bennett Building lInt TELEPHONE tDt A food Stove Saves HEATA Defective One Wastes It Hence we handle only the very best stoves that we know are reliable We Sell the Woqder H utiijg tOUBI AND THE I Model Cooking Stove Sold Under an Absolute Guarantee i Taylor ffldhami The Leading Hardware Men i U Dont vet the idea into join mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres ohvays oue yard that leaiis is better stocked an closer priced than all other especially in Lumber and BuiIdni Material Jllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Cttt rn anti ItI UN qtt1P llyout your wants be satisfactorily filled As an exptriuiuitt isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L Depot SterlingI WothsJET CLCTEES i Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed rot to Shrink or Fade i t0 years experience the factory inbsuits all sizes from t smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New St- yleHaIV and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods JIB StoufferOldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond w- i iH I b- I I to a II L i = Secon2 THEiICHMOON0 cLIMAXSec on2 VOLUME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5 1910 NUMBER 31 WALL PAPER EL WOODS President W O FISH Vice President W G KEMPER Cashier npIez tt iclt I Capital and Surplus 2500000 When you sell your tobacco do not forget that the Peoples flank has been in business over eight years has always stood by its patrons and will appreciate your deposit The greatest inducement we can offer is SAFETY AND COURTEOUS t Lt tfw JCimooc aa uawt OMVIKL9 Bread the Staff ollifeTH- EKZTOUE IT GOUR of t ion we have found that the cole brated thi very but on the market and have to keep large stock band at all times barrel lots Try ank you will use no other and on L N R R PHONE 142 rer V t i r l 1 it J Zauk 11 TREATMENT Alwaj Reliable Good Flour Brings Happiness toEvery Member the FamilyAfter investiga j r a 72 J k1- i fi x y 5 rhe to get is Always Rsliablat I Ballardts Obelisk Flouri- s arranged a on in it Burnside Robinson Office Warehouse RICHMOND Ifr We Sell May Manton Patterns lOc Each I 2 I V gf F 4s Right Way good work dateLne+ +++i La tk Oro J+ FFJ1b1 FOfb ++ A Mason county woman sold CO turkeys for 115 Over eleven thousand turkeys were shipped from Carlisle this season held1bysold at an average of 5005 per head J W Swope prominent farmer of Garrard reports that ho realized fro m 20 acres of tobacco 31800 clear Secretary of Agriculture Wilson says theGovernmont is now spending 18 000000 annually for experimental works increasing the yield and efficiency of farms At Georgetown court day sales y earl ing cattle sold fromS350 to 131 a hundred A lot of twoycarolds brought S465a hundred Mules brought from 8125 to 225 a hood Stock hogs sold 750 a hundred Christmas this year proved a most bountiful one for the Kentucky Blue- Grass farmers All over Central Ken tucky reports have it that the farmers and his family have spent a most joyful holiday thanks to good pricus The farmers in Franklin and adjoin ing counties aro up in arms over the baleful effects of the present game law and will use ovory endeavor to have the coming Legislature amend it so as to do away with prosent conditions The Winchester Democrat says Squire John McCord sold to IL V Thompson the Jacob Trumbo farm re sently purchased by him consisting of 150 acres at 115 per acre Squire Mc Cord made a handsome profit on his purchase but Mr Thompson has secured a bargain at the price as the farm is worth the money An enormous tree is located at El Tulle a village near Oaxaca Mexico rho tree a cypress Is believed to be tho largest in circutnforonoc Qf any in the world It measures one hundred and tour feet around the trunk at a height of ono hundred and thirty feet J7 psoplo holding hands can reach just around it The auction sale at W S Carriers farm bought tho following prices ono pair of mules S50D ong pair of mules M93 ono pair of mulos S175 ono pair of yearling mules S275 five head of horses from 150 to 200 shoep at 050 per head hogs 325 per hundred corn at 200 per barrel in tho crib Danville Advocate J Phone 412 W P BAXTER Danger In Delay Kidney Diseases Arc Too Dan gerous lor Richmond Peo ple to Neglect The great danger of kidney troubles Is that they Ret hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health is gradually undermined Backache headache nervousness lameness soreness lum bago urinary troubles dropsy dia betes and Brights disease follow in merciless succession Dont neglect your kidneys Cure the kidneys with the certain and safe remedy Doans Kidney Pills which has cured people right here in this locality Wilson Fain superintendent of roads icholasville Ky says About two years ao I began to have considers ole trouble with my kidneys As a general rule the fist symptom ol kidney complaint begins with backache but in my case the principal annoyance was too frequent passages of the kidney secretions My wife read about Roans Kidney Pills and noticing that greathenefitfurThey entitely cured me and I have had no return of kidney complaint for two years Doans Kidney Pills have my oighest endorsement For sale by all dealers Price 50 els Foster Jllburn Co Buffalo New StatesRemembertake no other j lilt The wool growers of Franklin have organized an association for mutual protection The Meanest Man In Town is the one who always wears a frown is cross and disagreeable and is short and sharp in his answers Nine cases out of ten its not the poor fellows fault its his liver and indigestion that make him feel so miserable he cant help being disagreeable Are you in danger of getting into that condition Then start at once taking Ballards ilerbine fur your liverthe safe sure and reliable vegetable regulator Sold by Perry Thomas jIm Good morning Had your mornings morning or did you swear off Saturday Scientific Spanking consists In punishment only wheu a child is actually bad Some mothers think that all crying is badness its not When your baby cries look for pis or some external cause If you cant find them give the baby Whites Cream Vermifuge as the chances are it is suffering from worms which keeps it hungry and cross all the time Pleasant to take sura in its action Price 23i Sold by Perry de Thomas jlm Ring 110 and Broddus Vaughn will send your coal without delay Eggs Wanted If you want eggs give your fowls a few doses oi Bourbon Egg Producer and watch them lay This preparation acts gently on the fowls digestive and eggproducing organs and makes them lay amazingly Try it and see Sold by Perry de Thomas dsogeronlJasthmonia Foley s Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs so that no ser ious results need be feared We do not know of a single instance where a cough or cold resulted in pneumonia when Foleys Honey and Tar had been taken The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package Sold bj Stockton Son jlm Hemp has been spread and is rotting nicely in the prevailing cold dry wcath er Planters postponed the spreading for some weeks the weather being too damp for the successful rotting of the stalk Hemp spread in damp weather as is known will frequently turn out badly as the moisture in rotting the stalk will injure the fiber While small in acreage the present crop of hemp is excellent inqualily and indica tions of a long price on the markets are good Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medi cine invigorates the entire system and strengthens the kidneys so they eliminate the impurities from the blood Backache rheumatism kidney and bladder troubles are all cured by this great medicine Commence tak lug at once and avoid Brights Disease and Diabetes Dr Abernethy the great English physician said Watch your kidneys When they are affect ed life is In danger Sold by Stock ton and Son jlm Land For Sale As executors of estate of C F Bur oam we offer at private sale about 400 acres of land lying two miles East of Kingston on Big Hill and Muddy Creek road adjoining land of A 0 Bengc and Drs Gibsons Can be divided into two farms of nearly equal slid with faIr improvements on each consisting of two houses and barns cribs etc About 100 acres in virgin woodland most of balance in grass Will raise corn wheat tobacco For price and terms see A R BunsAM or tf T C BUUXAM Every Mother- is or should be worried when the little ones have a cough or cold It may lead to croup or pleurisy or pneu monia then to something more serious Ballards Horehound Syrup will cure the trouble at once and prevent any complication Sold by Perry and Thomas jlm Wrong Way anybody hang Phone At Better Mattress For Less Money Our liberal guarantee is backed by the Stearns Foster oand proves beyond doubt I the superior quality of Stearns Foster mattresses W r iTL SFOSTER MATTRESS Is something no other maker allows do The mattresses is a dark secret judge x V a ticking or a K Ik in k Every mattress sold on 60 nights free trial iv M tr Too Much Face You feel as if you had one face too many when you have Neuralgia Dont you Save the face you may need it but rid of the Neuralgia by apply ing Snow Finest thing in the world for rheumatism neuralgia burns cuts scalds lame back and all pains Sold by Perry de jlm Mound City Paints may cost a trine more but Stockton Ha gan 24nly The is to buy a lot o old stock and get to it for you up most and cant Ballards Liniment It is a dangerous thing to take a cough medicine containingopiates that stifle your cough instead of it Foleys Honey and Tar loosens and cures the and ex pels the poisonous germs thus pro venting pneumonia and Refuse substitutes and take only the genuine Honey and Tar in the yellow package Sold by Stockton and Son ilm it to be at the the the you you of you by PP Thomas merely curing cough Folevs Your How can you afford to take chance diseases which are liable to wipe out your entire herd at time A few doses of Hog Cholera Remedy protects your hogs against disease and makes them grow and fatten Sold bj Perry Thomas Bring your wheat corn for to the new jtnill Phone 67- 12Stf JB Sanders Co A new year with its possibilitiest its ambitions in its youth and freshness filled with fond hopes of success is here At the beginningof J909 we told you we would endeaver to make it the banner yearfor the Cash Store hopes were fully realizedand now we desire to extend to each 1 ti and every one our thanks for their hearty cooperation withusBut we not stopthis L il t r f Lis and of action and immense possibilities We desire to keep pace with the procession aim r t is to arts and acting at the same We again solicit a of your patronage and promise the verys t J price The samer courteous j jj hv 1 7 v r r0tt r y X t 1rt f v 2 7 Fc Wishing eachand every one a very happy and prosperous new earweare iNtJ v V v V 0 Vv YS ji i s 1 Very Respectfullyr S r V i J WALL PAPER GRADEuWe guarantee better than any other advertised make any price All Stearns Foster Mattresses allow you to examine inside most important side to know of very mattress buy k to inside merely pretty clerks pleasant talk Come today J- Oldliam Lackey get consumption 1Save Hogs against any Bourbon and exchange 1910- New Years Creeting Hustling Our sincere must J age Our thinkingsntime continuance lowestaextendedF For indigestion and all stonm li troubles take Foleys Orino taxnuve It is the natural remedy for indiges tion dyspepsia heartburn bad breath sick headache torpid liver biliousness and habitual constipation Foley Orino Laxative sweetens time stomach and breath and tones up the entire alimentary system Mrs F G Fritts Oneonto N Y writes us My little FoleYrJOthree or four small bottles and 1 think it is one of the greatest Rtoinach and liver remedies there is Bold by Stockton Son j 1m We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each r y + n i lf AILToN BHOTHERS A Jt A1 Q 1 J sue rr a1A r i A 6 5 7 JI It i f 1 I f f MWKMW w 7r i 4 gI rytldIJ r II c r B i v ri 4 J 7i o t h q I fliT h FURNITURE BENNETT and I START THE NEW YEAR BY BECOMING A CUSTOMER OF OURS We want to make this year tho best in our experience If cons lnt vigilance wide awake ad vertising selling the best COAL procurable and Jpalirj honestly with our patrons will do it our success Is prcas1ulod- ITS UP TO YO- UTelephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ourtI is a little better than you have been potting elsewhere and possiblyless Full Weight or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Stre- et4Lime Cement Etc ls Ths Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 Trv Mary Patent Flour from the New Milt in town Phone 57 128 tt J B Sanders Co Torturing eczema sprtais its burn ing area every day Uiana Oint ment quickly tops its spreading in Etantly relieves the itching cures it permanently At any drug store For Sale Privately two store houses one cc cupied by Taylor Oldham Hardware the other known as the Racket Store bothon Main St J E Greanleaf tf Executor Strayed From Kirksville Friday night Dec 17 bay mart with blaze face threo white foot mane slightly gray where collar rubbed Will give 5 reward for return to me about 2 miles from Kirksville HExnr WHITE High Price For Egg Owing to eastern speculation it is predicted that eggs will be higher this winter than ever before A few doses of Bourbon Egg Producer added to the regular feed will make the fowls lay amazingly Try it Sold by Perry Thomas HIGGINS UNDERTAKING We tie here to cater to the Jiaae ol the town and country Citl ns give a trial J n SANDERS Co 12S tf Phone 57 Mr Walter Cluxton who is tho star of undileading fomalo role are two entertainers of unusual merit to appear in the same company however Mr Cluxtons method is quality not quantity At Opera house Friday Dec 7 For Sale A nlrn rfyycnrrld work horse for sale Wdsonalik Ap Jy to Judge N n Ttif pin jan3tf For Sale I have for sale a few thoroughbred dose Comb Khode Island Red chickens Must be sold at once Phone 179 MRS P F ADAMS Ju- tf 07 Glyndon Avo Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against tho istato of George Million deceased will resent thorn to me properly verified m or before Fob 1st 1910 or same will jo barred Titos JRXIUX- S15lt Admr of Goo Million dccd Notice for Parole Notice is hereby given that applica ion will bo mado through the proper channels for parole for Josso Hatton now confined in the Kentucky penitentiary on the charge of murder Jan a 1910 S Wl FIFE Notice of Election Notice is hereby given tho stock hold ers of the State Hank i Trust Co that in election of directors will be held in our banking house on Tuesday Jan 11 1910 between the hours of 10 a m and 1 p m U E Timujr Cashier Kingston Elects At annual election of officers for Kings ton Masonic lodge the following brethren were chosen R L Potts W M T V Kilter S W L C Adams J W Joe C Gilbert Sect J W JIorndon treasurer John Reeves tyler AloxElli son S D Jas Hockaday J D For Sale Privately Since the death of my father who at tended to our jack stock I find I can not jivo them tho attention they should have and attend to my office I will therefore sell privately the following stock nine Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years old All well bred 0 ready for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from colt to aged jennet well bred 5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Call on or address me at Richmond Ky l5tf ROY C WniTji arieyMarch are now selling Hats at Cost Semi Annual Reportf OF THE fah lant t tritk IiL RICHMOND KY at Close of Business Pecember3fst19QH RESOURCES tf Loans and discounts 390326 99 Overdrafts Y 8728 26 Checksand cash items 508 64 Exchanges for Clearing House 16000 00 Cash in vault36680 00 Due from other banks 205371 48 Banking house and lot 21000 00 Other real estate v 15375 00 Furniture fixtures and vaults 4000 00 Expenses months Stt 3417 4- 5Taxes6months311517vsiSC r TotalI 704522 99 ilABll KinES i Capital Stockr 150000 00 S 00urpUndivided profits 6 months V t v 15073 90 Individual deposits S488244 83 Trust funds on deposits31iO8 95 Bank deposits 31 Total Deposits i v 527449 00 Total v 704522 99 In publishing this statement we desire to again thank our customers for their patronage We invite those who are not our ustomors to do business with us We believe that we can show you that it is to your interest to do so You see from this statement that wo are nblo to furnish you with any needed accommoda tion and we assure you of our willingness to extend to o customers every accommodation consistent with safety and good banking Wishing you all happL ness and success during thenow year we are Sjncerelyyours STATE BA3HC TRUST COME ST 1 A SLzyAcTPre IIn U4VP2 i B kT Cashler Around Town Write it 19lo- Nineteen ten is easy to say Resolve to go to church Then go Road our special clubbing offer with the daily Courier Journal There are a few turkeys left in this section but prices remain out of sight If you think the crowds at the picture show are diminishing try to got m the opera house The express men and mail carriers doubtless thank the good Lord that Xmas comes but once a yean VTri your swearoffs resolve to stop the foolish habit of swearing Such a dis permissibleandoffice We calVespecial attention to the ad vertisement in this issue of the tIne jackstock for sale by Mr Ray White This is a rare chance to get such good stock This morning a fellow passed The Climax ofllce whistling Take me out to tho ball park Being frozen to our chair is all that prevented going out and killing him Auctioneer W P Prewitt reports to The Climax tho sale of many horses Monday at from SiP to 87 Ho also told lot of buggies harness and other irticlcs all bringiiggood prices Tho busiest place Richmond during he past two weeks has been tho post ilTIce Tile mails were larger than ever bofore but Mr Wallace and his able crpsof assistants worked like Trojans ind kept tho patrons in a fairly good minor From England to South Africa and ihoiicc to Australia from which point ws salted home to America is Walter Juxtons record as a traveler When Ir Cluxtons Iler American Husband Jo completes his present tour of the South ho will have played about all the mportant cities of the globe Opera Vmse Friday Dec 7 For A Happy New Year Atlund to your own business and let other peoples alone Cynthiana Dom Chilly Coons At a colored revival near Frankfort ho ice was cut ono day last week and J 1 converts wore baptized Good Job in Boyle Danville Advocate 3lr John White 3Xcounty clerk of Madison county is low floor manager and solicitor for thin Boyle County Warehouse Good Prices for Cattle There were about 2500 cattle at the pens Monday and most all were sold Prices ranged from 2 12 to 5 cents tho latter price predominating Record Prices At Kansas City Tuesday hogs sold at S3CO tho highest price since 1882 while at Pittsburg they brought 890 the highest prico over known Lack of Sup ply is given as the aus- eCommunion Services Communion services will be hold at iho First Presbyterian church next Sunday morning The usual prelimina ry services will consist of preaching Fri day evening at seven and Saturday after noon at three oclock New Firm Mr Hugh Collier has purchased a half interest in the carriage business of Mr B M Lackey and the style of the lirm is Lackey and Collier Both are splendid business men and the Climax bespeaks for them a liberal share of patronago Business Men Move Several changes of base were made by local merchants first of the year J B Walker moved to room occupied by Yea ger tho jeweler on Second street Mr Ycager moved to tho Stanifer room on Main and Mr Stanifer took the room occupied by J ll Walker All are now fixed up and ready to greet their friends and customers A Fine Statement We call attention to the fine statement of the Citizens National Bank published in this issue of The Climax This bank is under the management of splendid officials and the fact that it has never failed to declare a dividend since its organization in 1903 speaks volumns of praise for their good busi ness judgement Will Be Tried Here Tho case against Charlie Forkuer for killing Tandy Haggard which occurred ih Clark county resulted in a hung Jury at Winchester last week and tho defendant asked for change of venue for his neTt trial Judge Benton ordered that the case be transferred to Madison county and Forlner will bo tried here next monthFine Showing Tho statement of tho State Bank Trust Co published in this issue of The Climax is one of tho best over made in this section of tho State Under tho management of so able and courteous officers tho institution is bound to succeed and the splendid showing isa tribute tQ their good judgement and able courteouslreatment of customers A Gigantic Sale Our hustling friends at tho Busy Dee Cash Store have something to say in this issue They take up two full pages to tell the people of Madison and sur rounding counties of the great slaughter of prices they have made and the low prices offered Read every line of it as yOU will save money by doing so Mr Oldham is a hustler ajnong hustlers and gives his customers many rare bargains Distillery Sold The Pilgrimage dfstillery at Lancas ter ono of the best known establish ments in Central Kentucky has been sold toa number of Lancaster capitalists bUildIingPilgrimage white under the mange mont of Col JnoWMiller mad a brand ofwhlsky that soon gained 4Tfid rep tation as the best in the State The plant was gobbled up by th eemWaft daMoatr H tM I A Warm Reception The Richmond Motor and Plumbing Co Jjas just installed a modern heating plant In their establishment and jurar m reception is given thei customers something greatly appreciated this mis erable weather This is especially well appreciated by motorists who come in from long drives Goes to Stanford- Mr w S Fish who has been engag ed in business at Paint Lick for many years has engaged in the insurance and real estate businers a t Stanford and will locate in that thriving city Mr Fish is a fine citizen and his legions of friends hero arid at Paint Lick extend to him every good wis- hSucceeding in West An Osago county Oklahoma paper prints a very complimentary notico of Mr T M Broaddus who is now filling the responsible position of register of deeds for that county Mr Broaddus is widely related here being an uncle of Cous Pleas Broaddus and his many friends are delighted to learn that ho is making good in his Western home Shanks Withdraws Although he had received very en couraging support Hon W H Shanks of Lincoln county decided to withdraw as a candidate for Speaker of tho House and his name was not presented Mr Shanks is wellknown in Madison haying married here and his many friends regret that he did not remain in the race Ccrn Jumps Corn jumped froin 310 to 325 a bar rel Friday morning on account of a SCa- rcity in the market caused by the bad condition of the country roads The quality of the grain is much better than in former years and the demand is unusually good Although tho crop was large this year a further riso in expected unless the condition of the roads improved in a few days Loxingtcn Herald Opera House Notes Among the attractions that will appear at the opera house luring the month of January will be tho musical comedy Mas New Husband The Sunny Side of Broadway St Elmo and Graustark Also remember that the opera house will be open every night with high class vaudeville and motion pictures Admission lOc The management will endeavor to give you a show worth more than tho price charged for sameHonor Former Citizen- At the celebration of the fiftieth birthday of the Philothca Society of Transylvania University in Lexington a very interesting program was rendered A feature of the exercises was the pre sentation of a picture of Samuel W Crutcher first president of the society by his brother W L Crutcher of this city Mr Samuel Crutcher was a Madison county man wellknown here and moved to the West several years prior to his death He is wellremembered by many of our citizens who are proud of the honor paid to his memory Senator McCreary In Town Senator McCreary whose work in New York kfeeps him away from Richmond most all tho timecamo homQ to spend the holidays and as usual was given a hearty reception by his many friends Tho Governor as ho is familiarly called by the people all over the State is highly pleased by the many nice things said of him by the newspapers of his state especially what they say in regard to his being the man to nominate for governor Ho will return to New York in a few days and hopes his affairs will permit his coming home more frequently in tho future COUrt Day January court day always a dull one was about on a par with those of former years The crowd was small and the disagreeable weather forced those who had business in town to attend to it in a hurry and make tall tracks for their home firesides The farmers have all their work well in hand and are greatly encouraged over prospects for a good year some thinking that even better money will be realized on some crops This was the consensus of opinion of thoso we talked to Monday There was little stock on the market report of which is made elsewhere in this issue of the Climax Married in Lexington Herald Mr W ll Kinnard and Miss Valeria Young both of Madison county were quietly married at tho home of Mr and Mrs L n Neal 516 North Broad way Friday afternoon at 2 oclock bp the brides father Rev 0 J Young of Baldwin Madison county The happy young couple are among the most prom I font people of Madison county and Miss Young has the envious reputation of being one of the best and most graceful horseback riders in the State Fol lowing tho marriage ccrombhy Mr and Mrs Kinnard left on the afternoon Southern train for a short trip before returning to Madison county where they will make their homo Removed Wo take pleasure in announcing to our customers and friends and public in general that wo aro moved to our now quarters on tho corner of Second and Main formerly occupied by J n Walker and are now ready for business andwill bo glad to see you Wo cordially invite you to our store whether you wish to buy anything or not come in and get acquainted with our new loci tion and see how you like it Wo extend to you ono and all our many thanks for your patronage and courtesy which you have shoyn us in the past We are now better prepared to show you our goods than ever before more room more light and a new line of goods to start with So we hope to have tho pleasure of waiting on you and continue to fur nish you your clothing shoes and mens furnishings Wo havo just finished taking stock and find wo have a good many suits and overcoats on hand yet Our manufacturers which wo buy from have shipped us a lot of tine suits and overcoats to close out for them at a big cut price and whilethey last you will find great values at this store in winter goods and we will continue to sell everything in winter goods at great cut prices Prices cut lower than over bo fore So if you need a suit or overcoat trousers shoes underwear lists or furnishing of any kind Jjpnt fail to call on us before you buy VVo have values to offer you that have no equal We can tall you on paper we cordially invite you to our store make it your headquarters while you are in Ktch mood We insure you prompt attention and polite treatment The b it and newest line of merclnnaise ajid tho lowest prices quality considered Re- meMlier UM place the corner sure of eotaa4 Main Ptw 75 J S mMUi ffOf IL I Big Cut Pri e Sale I v of- N Wi1 n1 I A big clothing store like this selling allover Madison and adjacent counties must carry an widelydifferents demandfornecessity of selling the goods must go at any sacrifce accumulation of stock is ruinous Hence we name prices that are bound to appeal to every man who demands the best his money will buy andOvspecial models to fit men of every buildnot one reserved all go at these prices for Suits Overcoats and Raincoats 2250 cut 2500 to 8 75a cut to 975 JXOO cut to 775 V Sale Begins Monday January 3rd and Ends January JStli Cash Only Nothing Charged to Anyone iTT 1 Out of Style Suits 500 Wine heavy all wool suits sizes 34 38 for mer prices JO to 20 choice now 5 iggest bargains of your whole life Boys Suits Knickerbocker pants sizes up to 1 1 years all the latest styles g now 525now 450 500 now 385 400 now 295 350 now 275 Boys Overcoats at same reductions Boys SuitsHalf Price Broken lots of heavy winter suits sizes up to theylast200 300 for 150 Boys Pants 250 Sizes 3 to 8 years heavy warm and durable Regular price 50 cents our liberal the year and and we are Must Be Under Contract Dr TJsscry President of the Blue Grass Baseball League has notified the different clubs that every player in every game must be under contract to tho club with which ho plays else the game will be subject to protest Last season many games were played in which players participated without having signed contract and this borrow ing or swapping of players is liable to cause dissatisfaction Married WELISLYSJE Miss Sallie Wells the handsome daughter of Mr W B Wells of this count was married last Wednesday Ito Mr Ernest Lyslc of Clark county Tho ceremony was performed by Rev Harkiss and the wedding was attended by the close friends and relatives of the contracting parties The bride is a very popular young lady while the groom is i prominent and prosperous farmer they will reside at Elkins in this county Change in Firm The hustling firm of Douglass Sim mons has sold a cnethird interest in their hardware business to Mr James Dcatherage end the style of the new cstabllsment will be Douglass Simmons Dcatherage Mr Deatherago is one of the most popular men in tho county and this coupled with the popularity of Messrs Douglass Simmons will make an exceptionally strong firm They will move into their handsome now quarters on Second street about tho 15th and will have one of the most complete hardware cstablirhmcnts inentrnll ItCULUCKY New Officials The new ccuntyofllciilsliavotaken the reins of government and all are comfortably housed in their new quarters at the court house With thin exception of Squire J D Dykes the magistrates lIre all new men County Judge W Rt Shacklcford warmed the woolsack for tho first time Monday lie other now officials being at their pests of duty and working like old hands at their respect tivojobs As was frequently stated in The Climax prior to the election thcsq men are among the most capable lit tim county and the business of the people j will be looked after carefully and con scientkmsly Gentkason we salute youv while we congratulate the people ot JtMUMNt upoa hav IItNWMCkea of k bbCLa1 t1 1 = 1800cut 2000 to 1250 to A Splendid OfferIBy a special abled to send tho daily Courier Journal for three months January February and March anti Thin Climax for ono year for only 175 This is the best otTer ever made Tho Legislature being in session makes a daily paper much more interesting while the splendid service given by the Courier Journal is what every ono needs and should have If you are now a subscriber of The Cli max you will by paying this 3175 have your Climax marked up another year Wo positively can not accept less than 175 and if you want to get the advan tago of this offer bring your order in right away It will not be renewed for another term Notice to Subscribers The post office officials at Washing ton have just issued final warning to they will be prosecuted if papers are sent through the mails without the subscription being paid thereon We mako this statement so that those in arrears for Tho Climax may have notice that we are compelled to discontinue all not paid up We do not desire to take any namp from our list but when tho U S Government orders anything done theres no dodg ing the question it must be so Please look at the label on your paper end see atonco if you ore behind as tho law is positive on this point andvro are not anxious to get in trouble with Undo Sam This is tho last notice we can give as delinquent names must bo taken off tIm list Good Plan Tho past summer there has been a good deal of friction and somo strong feeling aroused among householders who havo no fences and those who still cling to thin old fashioned practice about the chickens getting into each others prem ises One enterprising man has solved problem of how tolhe hi peace with J ueighjor oven though i fence divides him This wise man fj jt that as long ns tho chickens would stray into his grounds and the owners made no effort to pen theta up that in stead of quarreling he might as well profit by It So he built a few tempting looking nests la hfe enantless ben house und It wasnt JoIag before hf was the riChter by several egg a day All sum Itiior h6clwJh84 plwrty of eggs to use iud now tHa theyare thirty cents a dozen he feels i4ke he has aeckleet ally discovered a gaW lWrods 1- lI W 1475 I Young Mens Suits at 475 Former prices 800 1250 Sizes 16 19 years Good warm winter suits the latest styles but mighty good for every day wear I Big Hat Sale Badly overstocked and need room More hats select from than all other Richmond stores com bined All the new styles included Stetsons 10 per cent discount All other hats as follows 500 for 375 350 250 250 for J 75 200 for 150 150 115 100 for 79c Corduroys 1neePants150 for LOU 125 for 90c 100 for 79c 50cgrades for 35c Thanking many friends for their patronage during past wishing allahappy prospercus New Year Sincerely yours Covngton Banks publishcrsthat chickenraising for for DEATHS JlrslWilliam trueIshe loved so well Sho hail tim greater portion of her life in Rich month and was beloved by many friends She is survived by her husband and four children who have deep sympathy in their utlliction Pity the Horse Pity the horse This kind of weather is trying upon him See how ho labors through the heavy snow dragging wearily tho clogged vehicle behind him and how after a few at a troche is 1mImanecd toward dumb animals than to see that horses are not overworked when tho deep snow is on and to be certain that thoyIthrough the snow become heated and if not properly blanketed they chill and are more likely to colds and sickness than if the weather were really more severe Thin merciful man is merciful unto his beast Called Meeting A called meeting of tim City Council was held Tuesday evening at which some routine business of minor import ance was transacted Mayor Woods reported that the proposed electric firo alarm could be purchased at a cost of 275 and furthermore that the telephone company would allow the gener ator to bo be placed in its omen and have the operators take charge of same provided of course that tim company would not beheld responsible for mistakes that might occur The now office for Mayor will be fittqd up nicely as it should be arid His Honor Mayor Rico will bo given comfortable quarters Tho Council took a look through tho now tire department and aawell pleased with the arrangements While the Olty Dads were not extravagant in erectIng the necessary department yet it Js nicely fitted up and the mem bers of the department are given Many coavenl BC 3 they never had before Oer twopiq should visit tte d jwt Mt Misea r ell we MIIJleli bed lee ttptinIrM ys meatieg ot ouir8ilril bet ie 1500 r650 J 700 cut to 122 to to not to Boys whom spent steps Is S PAKKES PRESIDENT W X BEXXETT VICE PKKSIDEXT CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF fftttsens JJaffmml pant irlnttuit L tcnt1tdtt At thin Close ofliiisinessDeccmbcr 31st 1900 RESOURCES Loans and Discountsn307Of 07 Overdrafts 8701 27 U S Bonds 59000 00 Banking House etcu 9150 00 Cash and Duo from Banks 125274 43 Total5005JG 77 LIABILITIES Capital St ckuuuSl000c0 00 Surplus Fund 10000 00 Profits 278 yo Circulation uuUn 57OCO 00 312253 77 J W CROOKE CASHIER A New Thing on 2d Street I din not move my stock of Ladies Readyto wear Goods into the Yeager building to keep them Gome and see how much can buy for a little money ITo Close Out Corsets Gloves- Underwear Hose Umbrellas Undivided Deposits 4- 7Total509536 you A lot of New Suits j Todat a Price Silk Skirts A few carriedover Suits 750 tri2 Ladies Sweater Cloaks 0 5to10 My expense is cut dowri twothirds Whaldestl1at rneanto sell goods at a price for CASH ON- LYJBWalker I L u FUltS- fURS FURS FURS FURS FURS FURS FURS FURS FURS FURS 1 The Question fl Have you seen them Ifnot why not For if you see them you are sure to buy All Wool Blankets 498 to 500Laminated Cotton Comforts 349 to 399 All Linen White Waists 149 Readymade Skirts in all colors 498 to 1500 OWEN NkKe The Richmond Climax nnusna fiERY women THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Pieat and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Mtmlxrol PRESS sad FUBUSIERS EBICE fl00 PER YEAR INADYAC- WEDNESDAY JAN 5 1910 TUB midwinter meeting of the Kentucky Press Association held at Lexington last week was the most enjoyable the writer has over attended and wo have been going to these meetings for lo these many years The good people of Lexington headed by editors llreckinridge Walton and Roberts did nIl in their power to entertain their country brethren and that they suc- ceededwoll just ask any one fortunate enough to have been there Tho offi dais of the Kentucky State University fairly outdid themselves in entertaining and the banquet given by this splendid institution was beyond all doutit the most elaborate over served in honor of the editors The business sessions wcro interesting and of great benefit to the scribes as a splendid program had been arranged Lexington is the ideal place for these midwinter sessions and we trust tho future dom mittees will act as wisely as tho present inselecting it as the city for this pur pose Every Kentuckian loves Lexington and is proud of the capital of the Blue Grass More hospitable citizens do not live and while every effort is put forth to make it enjoyable socially yet business is not lost sight of and today she ranks at the head Df the list asa whole sale center while her retail stores are tho finest in the South Lexington is known all over tho civilized world as headquarters for tho thoroughbred horse and her fame in this regard is one of her biggest advertisements Kentucky University is an institutionof which every Kentuckian is also proud and well they may be Under the able directionof that splendid scholar and prince of gentlemen Prof J K Patter son this institytion has grown far be yond the hopes of its most ardent promoters and today no finer institution of learning exists in the south More than 2000000 have been given to its build ings and its improvement and it is a treat to Visit the place and see how ably and well the money has been applied I As stated above those splendid gentIemenandable editors Messrs Roberts Brcckinridgo and Walton worked like beavers to entertain the boys and every one of the latter will al ways carry deep down in their hearts warm feelings of friendship for the Lex ington quilldrivers AT last weeks meeting of the Kentucky Press Association A D Miller and Loiiis Laqdram of The Climax were appointed a committee to look into the many stories sent to members of the press and ascertain and report those containing matter written for the sole purpose of giving some firm corporation or person free advertising The newspapers have been worked tea finish by sleek schem ers who under the disgise of news mat tel work in advertising A resolution was offered lastweek by Mr Desha Breck inridge to appoint a committee to watch this game of bunco and President Tom Underwood appointed the abovenamed members tp take it up We will be glad ifJho newspaper men will mail to us all SUch matter as soon as received and we will immediately go on tho trail of the originator MuST the ratsgo AW hope so We jncantUej rats ia womons hair A move meat is ori foot to wpe out the pests as ttrifightly and insanitary Many mer aro considering tho question of lorbiding all tho shop girls from wearing rats while on duty So mote it be Nil 1ilcetl famous bustle has woman wIn maytaing wore unbecoming than M rats in her hair is no asystery eeacerning r the new anesthetic which does act MWy CQP5cipUHi M Ittasethiag BMcrtBwi hydrochlorlde of dteeihyla llJliiM itlypenao1 But how could oorfcvfisat inje4d iIM UM fyU il mt A vaunt the sweatbox and the third degree A negro criminal in Kansas City has just been made to confess a grave crimo by feeding him a good din ner of pork chops and cream gravy Hence forth pork and gravy should be kept in every well regulated jail and police station Andrew Carnegie slipped while in Now York last week and his millions failed to prevent his hurting his knee Ir a man were made to work as hard and as long as ho does at a dance he would throw up the job in an instant CHEER up Spring will soon be here Tho January White Sale of the dry goods houses will begin next month IT is hard for tho head of the house to take a cheerful outlook upon the New Year so soon after Christmas Christmas is over all except paying the bills I Personals 1 Mayor Sam Rico was in Lancaster on business Friday Miss Belle Bennett is in Nashville visiting friends Miss Mollie Fife has returned from a visit in Cincinnati- Dr and Mrs T J Taylor aro in Louisville visiting relatives Miss Nell Donnelly of Cincinnati is visiting Miss Mattie Elder Miss Kate Miller has been visiting relatives at Pleasuroville Ky Mrs Geo Glotfeltner of Oklahoma is visiting Mrs Kato Wiggins Mr and Mrs Halo Dean are in Louis ville at the Seelbach for a few days Mrs Harvey CHenault has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs Everett Witt and son Nevill loft last week for an extended visit in California Messrs Wm Elder and Joe Keller have returned from a visit to friends in Cin cinnatiStanford Journal Dr J W Bryant and wife of Richmond visited her sisters horo Mrs Gott and daughter Elonar of Lancaster aro visiting Mr Wilson and family Mrs Long Tom Chenault entertained a few friends at an elegant dinner ThursdayMr Mrs Everett Green aro receiving congratulations over tho birth of a little daughter Prof and Mrs Wren Grinstead have taken rooms at Mr Leslie Evans on Lancaster avenue Mr D D Jones of Rockville Ind was a guest last week of his sister Mrs S C Scott and family Mr and Mrs R M Jones of Ewing ton Ky have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Gormerly Mesdames B L Middelton and G W Pickles attended the Grand Opera in Cincinnati the past week CoL and Mrs Wm McCord have return ed from Lexington after spending Xmas with relatives in that city Miss Ann Bennett Cohen has returned from a visit to her grandmother Mrs Joe Cohenxf Versailles Miss Sue Smith was the charming hostess to the Bridge Club the past week Miss Marion Burnam was tho fortunate winnerMr E Colyer formerly of Madison county but now a resident of Lisco Nebraska is visiting relatives hero and in the county Misses Bessie Hill and Florence Car ter Of Stanford and Miss Amelia Craig of Danville have been guests of Miss Lucile Walton Mr Gco Burnam of St Louis and Mr Lucion Burnam of Danville spent the holidays with their parents Judge and Mrs An Burnam Mrs AR Burnam Mrs James Bur nam and Mrs J B Johnson have returned from Cincinnati whore they attended the Grand Opera Mr and Mrs Newton CoMbs ef Lexington aad raa Mrs Juliaff Ya Winkle of Lovtkvilte have bees visiting their Bsotber Mrs James Smith Nt Stwltof wee t Sir and Mrs W P OWh R MM children of Rich mend speat tIN XMM holidays with the families of his brothers ChHE aadA B pwiN CMMBS4MBMW Mrs AllelaI4esia M Md Xii Henrietta Krbf W CampbellHagerman Institute Lexing ton were guests of Mrs Hattie Buck anon and daughter Winchester Democrat Mr and Mrs James Winn visited friends in Rich mond this weekR E Adams will leave for White Hall today where ho will farm the coming year Winchester DemocratMr and Mrs Lee Hardman and family spent the holi hays with Dr and Mrs John A Snowden at Paint Lick Dr Snowden has built up a fine practice since his location there gratifyingdoctor in Clark Mr Allen Zaring who has housed and nursed a crippled leg for some weeks has wo are delighted to say recovered sufficiently from his relapse to again boon tho streets Asked by the Climax man as to his inability to get about Mr Zaring said ho was like the rabbit who had one Toot caught in a steel trapall tho rest of his body was ready and anxious to go but that one foot Tho German given at Manonic Tem delightfulthe leadership of Mr Caswell Tribble and Miss Ollio Baldwin many new and beautiful figures and marches were in troduced The hall was attractively decorated in holy and mistletoe the favor table being made especially attractive by many colored candles Tho favors consisted of Chtistmas novelties and were quite unique Mrs II n Hanger and Miss Bcssio Tribblo presided at the table Tho gowns were elaborate and elegant A largo gong announced the hour and tho New Year was ushered in ina merry and appropriato manner Smittios harp orchestra furnished sweet and inspiring music During the evening a delightful lunch was spread consisting of beaten biscuit chicken salad sandwiches and coffee The Climax regrets that lack o f space prevents giving the names of the partici pants as the attendance was unusually large Must Pay License Tax Bcaltyvillo like many other Kentucky towns and cities who are in the same boat is finding it difficult to raise suffi cient revenue to pay tho running expenses of the town and has levied a special license tax on about everything dofiiencyAttorneys and business of all kinds must pay a license of from 250 lo 10000 per year Soda fountains and soft drink establishments also come in for their share of the special tax- Worth The Money Rural mails cost tho United States the immense sum of 120000 a day or 30000000 a year but this vast outlay of money has done wonders for 20000 countrySincesuicide and insanity among farmers wives have decreased farm values in creased from 25 to 45 per cent the crop yields have been generally improved and enlarged employment has been given to 11000 rural mall carriers and thrift has been stimulated and artistic surroundings encouraged II Dixie Dixie finally has been officially proclaimed as first in American songs and music in Patriotic Popularity Such is the verdict of O GT Sonneck Chief of the Division of Music of the Li brary of Congress who has just issued from the Government press an exhaustive report on four famous American musical compositions- Yankeo Doodle ho says though no longer a national song is still a national air and second only to Dixie in the popularity contest Tho origin and evolution of Yankee HailColumbiain full detail in Mr Sonnccks volume and facsimiles ike original manuscript aro given The history of Yankee Doodle is de scribed as a perfect maze of conflicting stories and countless additions lo and variations from the original As many as 14 variations of the Star Spangled Banner are noted accompapi ed by a gradual process of polishing and modification The year in which America first was sung in public is given as 1832 but the exact place and time were not definitely ascertainedBall Is strictly a product of the United States to both words and music in coatrdtet5aet5on to America and the gIe Burner both of wichpeily I iaEaglaad Will Stay A While Although Judge Bcntons decision in the tobacco case was rovprsed by tho Jourt of Appeals and the Receivership declared premature tho three hundred thousand dollars and more remaining in the Winchester banks will not be removed for awhile A motion bra re hearing can bo filed at any time in 30 days from the rendering of the decision As the decision of the Court was unani mous this will probably be denied but it will occasion delay and anyway the caso comes back to the Clark Circuit Court for further action There is no doubt but that these funds will be re moved as soon as possible but they stayhero for a while Wtichcstor rillI The Cash System The Warsaw Independent has tho fol lowing in regard to the State regarding the cash system The cash system of doing business is being talked pretty strongly over tho State and already several firms in fact tho largest propc tion of them in several of the larger towns of tho State have made public announcement that they will do only a strictly cash business after January 1stI 1910 The idea is fast permeating tho smaller towns as well and it canrequiro no very severe stretch of the imagina don to see that tho day of long time credit is fast drawing to a close The end of the old credit system will place all business on S far better and more healthful basis than it has rested on for years Paying cash for everything will more quickly bring a people to sane ideas of necessity of economy than all tho finely spun theories that could be advanced on this line Aside from this nothing need be said of tho fact that should the millenium como during the present long time creilit method it would find threefourths of tho world in debt and no opportunity nor time given in which to square the book Worst In Years The coldest weather experienced in several years swooped down upon us Tuesday almost demoralizing business hail branches A heavy snow fell and lay inn mass which was soon trampled in a solid cake ojcr pavements and streets A keen wind added to the discomfort and in several places the mer cury dropped below the zero mark There was nothing to do but hug the fires and as stated above business with everyone save the coal man was at a standstill This continued for several days but to the delight of humanity a change for the better came and while today is far from being suited for a bull game yet the community as somewhat thawed out and business resumed The coal men had plenty of tho black diamonds in stock and their wagons have been kept busy While there wore many appeals for charity yet every known case has been attended to which speaks volumes of praise for the kindheartedness of our people Much dam age was experienced from frozen water pipes and the plumbers have been kept on the jump Little Nemo at the Lexing ton OpeaHouse Klaw Erlangers worlds greatest musical comody Little Nomo is coming to the Lexington Opera house for an engagement of three short nights and ono matinee January 5th 7th and 8th There are more than 150 players in tho original Now York cast which will be seen hero No wordpainting can do justice to this wonderful scenic and musical whirlwind of fun the magnitude of which has caused tho public to gasp astonishment wherever it has been pre seated Little Nemo while a complete novelty in point of scenic invosture has a clearly defined plot This is in deed so strong as to constitute an ab sorbingly interesting story tho develop ment of which is watched by the audi ence with the closest attention In ad dition to this additional feature there is enough laughterbringing matter in the performance to stock three or four ordinary musical comedies and then have some left over Littlo Nemo has cost its producers over 100000 ten times tho amount required for staging an average musical showbut the money Has been carefully spent and no detail overlooked the result being that from tho riso to tub fall of tho curtain the audience is constant ly receiving some fresh and beautiful surprise In Little Nemo it is the unexpected that always happen- It requires a special train of fourteen cars to transport the scenery and company The sale of seats will open Tuesday morning Jan 4 All orders for scats sent to Manager Scott will receive prompt attention All orders must be accompanied by remittance Eczema Curable Prooi Now At 25c Try the Oil ol WIntergreen Com poundItch Is Instantly Relieved It is usually very costly to consulta specialist in any disease but for 25c on a special offer we can now give to those sufierlnjj from efiema or any form of skin disease absolutely instant relief with prospect of an early cure A special trial bottle of the oil 4 wintergreen as compoundel in ther Chicago Labsrotories of the D D D Co may be had in our store on tins special 25C offer Thisono bottle will convince youwe know itwe vouch for it- Ten years of success wiln this mjid soothing D Co prescrip tion has 1eouvinced us and we hope you will accept the special 25 citoffer so that you will be convinced old by Stockton Son 21e35v2 An enormpus tree is located at El Tulle a village near Oaxaca Mexico Tho tree a cypress is believed to be the largest in circumference of any in the world It measures ono hundred and four feet around the trunk at a height of ono hundred and thirty feet 27 people holding Lands can reach just around i- tRaiLway Mail Clerks Wanted The GovcraiHeHl pays Railway Mall Clerks SHitte 1290 and ether ewyleyees up ta 2iM aanHally Uncle Sam will hold spring cramlna tions throughout the country for Hall way Mail Clerks Custom House Clerks Stenographers Bookkeepers Depart mental Clerks and other Government Positions Thousands of appointments will be made Any man or woman ovor 18 in City or Country can got instruc tion and free information by writing at once to tho Bureau oC Instruction IUG 0 HwHlki BsiWkg Rocherter N Y = = gj 1Rubberscqershoes II 0a t Lf i t r LI 1- LI c t II- L c d i Should FIT PROPERLY to Give Satisfafetor r f iL- lIi II Wear Our Overshoes Fit Largest Stock to i- cj1 n SelectF1 rrir J 4 ln I i u I ITIL- IIi LL i Rice APHO I d D fli TRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE U f = jH=H = t=== tt = =B= t =li jf = iTctitu lhr Items Born to the wife of Wm Rogers a pretty girl Mr and Mrs J No 3Ic Knight are also rejoicing over the ar rival of a pretty daughter- Dr Snowdon has been visiting his daughter Mrs Lee Ilnrdin in Winchester IV S Pish who has been onoof our most enterprising citizens has moved to Stanford to engage in the insurance and real estate business lie carries with him the best wishes of everyone for success TV S Fish has sold his residence to Dr Treadway price 2000 Our town is enjoying a splendid rush in all linos of business and everybody Is pleased with the outlook for n good- year To Kill White Top Sulphate of iron wilt bo tried extensively next yearby tho Central Kentucky farmers to exterminate white top says the Lexington Herald A test given to this chemical compound which is cheap and effective has been reported upon favorably by the Kentucky Experiment Station and tho spraying carts which aro used to saturate the objectionable weed will probably bo conspicuous in many a field II Garman of the Experiment Station will give all the informa tion desired as to what iron sulphate will do He conducted She test on tho col logo farm last year PANOLA Miss Gertrude Lake is visiting friends at Sloborloy The merchants at this place qnjoyed a big holiday trade 31r Bigo Cox is visiting his daughter Mrs Elbert Owens at Middlotown O Jlrlsam Stnnifer and family of Ilich mot t spent Christmas with relatives and friends bore 31r Walter Lake of Panoln and Miss Lucy Thnrp of BrassHeld werp married last Thursday Both are very popular here and have tho best wishes of their man v friends Mr Hugh Shiniett has returned to Uichmond after spending a few days with friends here Ho has a position with the Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company Good boy Hugh Mas New Husband Dorothy the maid of all work in Mas New Husband is heralded as being the cutest bit of femininity seen on tho stage for many a day Her makeup lens droll as her character and tho enso with which she falls in love with ovary man she meets makes her ono of tho star laugh makers of the perform ance Her attempts to capture a boy who turns out to bo a full grown man and who trifles with her to thetop of his bent furnish lessons in light comedy that will be remembered long for their delirious fun The comic song Jokes sung by her and the comedy ductst Kiss by the boy anti herself never fail to bring encores of the most enthus iastic character Mas Now Husband 5sa musical fnrco in throe acts that is said to force laughter from the most confirmed cynics and smiles from victims of the most acute melancholia raromuslcal and laughing treat is prpmiscd and the Hurry Scott Co guarantee a capable company and a delightful performance Mas New Husband will bo at the Opera House next Monday Jan lOCh for one night only Sets now en sale at White Wines drug store Over cloven thousand turkeys were Shipped from Carlisle this season Public Sale of City Property The undersigned willis IIL4 agintfor the devisees of the late ll JJ DilltHg ham offer tor public sale on Wednesday Jan 15 WO the following Uvj pircols of laud Said land will bo sold on the premises Fist A tract otluml contalniijj a bout t7enty flvo acre renting the Four Mile ltua ion thin East side there of and running back Eastwardly anti lying between the ti lirof way oLtllt Iliiiroai d inpaoy and the Tri Tnp Second A tract of laud containing about half an acre of tiieoppcsto EtJp of said Four Mile mart from 111 vo tract and adjoining th C oftd CYinotcry propertv Said mod will ba soul flr oroJhirl uf parchasj mSuay c uhnne third ii one year and one third in two yenis DeedwIflbmtid ant Jlr08 ses ion giv en fin the day ofsale Survey Chaw ing exact quantity of lacd wJllVeo be had before day ofealp s HTlorp Joe Ptinnntt 2 Henry J ybh l Your Hair- Contrary Is it inclined to run away Dont punish it with a cruel brush and comb Feed it nour ish it save it with Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula Then your hair will remain at home on your head where it belongs An elegant dressing Keeps the scalp healthy Does rol change the color of the hair Formula with each bottle 9 Show it to your A doc5or mrs AI1 him boat 0 then do u ho ays We certainly believe this or we would not say so Ayers Hair Vigor as now made from our new improved formula is a great preparation for the hair and scalp Stops falling hair Cures dan druff Promotes the growth of SI doby ioJ CAyerCo Lowell h1irI Playing Out Although tho snow was just right for that pleasure little or no sleighing was indulged in Somo years ago every fellow who could scrape up the price hired a sleigh and took his girl for c drive but tho pastime seems to have played out the fellow hasnt the price or tho youngsters nowadays aro afraid of the cold as its seldom indeed that the merry jingle of the bolls is heard Notice 1 have leased for year 1910 from R J McKee the stable corner Water S First s rest better known as tin Ur C C Hooker Stable and will bt glad to me3t my fricuis and customers there after Jmuary 1st Will run a first elms teeth sale and training stableami will keel a Register ol all kinds of stock for sale so if you have anything in the stock line to sell come ansI register it with me and can send you a buyer and it COts you nothing Renumber if you have any kind of stock out of share I Can help you II your horse or multa teeth are out of shape brio him to me 1 can fix them for you an have the best Linimont oye and healing silves and condition Powders that can be made Give them a trial Remember I have only been in Richmond 25 years every day spent with tile horses and entitles me to know something about him Conic and sos mo in my new quarters after Jan 1st 1910 2t Yours Rcspt- lIoiieaT WALKER Cause For Alarm Loss of Appetite or Distress After Eating Symptoms that Should Not be Disregarded Appetite is justa natural desire of the system for food necessary to replace natural body waste Loss of appetite or stomach distress after eating indi dates indigestion or dyspepsia Over eating is a habit very dangerous to a persons good gcperal health and insat iablo appatito is a common symptom of diabetes It is not what you eat but what you digest and assimilate that docs you good Soarts of tho strongest heaviest antI healthiest persons era moderate esters There is nothing that will create sickness or cause more trouble than a dis ordoretl stomach and many people daily contract serious maladies simply through disregard or abuse of the stomach Wo urge every ono suffering from any stpmach derangement indigestion or dyspepsia whether acute qr chronic to try Uncoil Dyspepsia Tablets with tho ditrtmcl understanding that we will refund their money without question or formality if after reasonable use of this medicine they are not satisfied with the results Wo recommend them to our customers every day and have yet to hear of anyone who has not been benefited by them Wo honestly believe Roxall Dyspepsia Tablets to be without equal They are made from tho prescription of a physi cian who devoted his time to the study and treatment of stomach troubles They giro very prompt relief stimulat lug the sctrotUm cf gastric juices strengthen the digestive organs aid to good digestion andossimllatiori regulate the bowels and remote nutrition We urge you to try IrtS cent box of itoxnll Dyspepsia Tablets which give 15 lay3 treatment Atihoend of that Ttimd your money will be returned to purseInvaries For such casts wo havtt two larger sizes whjch sell for 60 contji and Jl11Uemedlc SCENE FROM MAS NEW HUSBAND ATGRANDOPERAHOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT JANUARY 10 How to Cure Skin Disease This is the question that has baffled he medical profession for centuries A great many medicines have been xplciled for the cure of skin diseases viiliout much success Most of these em edits were salve or greasy lotions While they might give temporary re- id they did not have the power to lesfrcy the germ life that causes the IIsetse You can iionr obtain from Perrv tt Thomas the druggist a clean eKetable liquid remedy for external use that that will give prompt relief nd permanently euro eczema and very form of skin or scalp diseise Phis remedy which is known as Zemo cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that rausea the disease It can be used Croelv on infants Terry Thomas ays Zemo gives the best satisfaction if any medicine he has ever sold for he treatment of alt diseases of the skin or scalp 1 5tf Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life IiI lurance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenault Ally C9tf Richmond Kr For Sale 15 meat hogs cracker jacks 125 SCuth Down Ewes C W Cobb tf Red House Ky If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring in they are worth get J W0 Shearer White Hall Ky to con luct your sale His cnureres are reasonable Kaufman Straus Company Lexington The great jjEvent Our JaiMf Clearance Sale Begins on Monday January 3 1910 Bargains in Every Department jBargains in wool dress goods1cBargains in silk dress goods JBargains in wash dress goods 1iLtf Bargains in household linens Bargains in white goods itfBargains in muslin underwear for ladies H IJ Bargains in knit underwear for ladies arid children Bargains in laces and embroideries Bargains in gloves ana handkerchiefs Bargains in lace curtains and draperies =Sale begins January 3tat 830 a m Sale ends Saturdays January 8t at 6 p m tain Straus Co LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 13Ii 95The FvorHe9S- EWING MACHINE Has a complete set of steel attachments hardened bearing a flat tension needle bar take up selfsetting needle a large bobbin selfthreading shuttle a belt retainer automatic bobbin winder and an instruction book that 1very easy f6 understand It is the very best machine that you cantiuj at the price Ten years guarantee against all defects in material and workmanship s fW esa Valuable New Years Preset for yotir Wife r LUMANANDHIGGINS HOME FURNISHERS v Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTUCKY We are Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies lot all Machines v f cS 81ueflfJEIRural TelephonesMr Farmer MnVn your home as modem n for your family as a city resi denci and place yours Ii ill a position to pet tIe Iftiwt market quotations at anv time This win be accomplished by means of our telephone service you and your neighbor can gdt for a sum that la small compared with the bene fits received Call or addrats our near st office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tennerae fir information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone s rIM we can immediately interest you Our lines rover the States ol Kentnckv Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated The Burton Water System T 1 Water Works M For Country Homes your Pneumatic Water System water is force anyi where in house stable cr yacd fur alt demote pur sire protection Cool wmier wnuaer Sdicewater need not be pplied to stock in winter- Fank nndenround no freezing or bnntlne of pi e5 Entirely automatic in action Air preswe ccntrctcd by hand pump windmill or engine Sold ca 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St Lows Worlds Fair Hundreds of our individual water works plants are in use We have many letters from H these satisfied users and have published of them in book form It makes a book ot personal opinicasa copy free Costs S7SW coordinate your requirements write for ticularJC A BURTON stnuai Af4 WATER COMPANY SUPPLY Youll feel better alter taking De Witts Little Early Ri3ers the safe sure pleasant gentle little liver pills If you would be sure of good results insist on DeWitta Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve the original It is good for big cuts or little ones sinai scratches or bruises or big ones but it is especially good for piles Sold by Perry Thomas jlm The AIR The latest best and cheapest plant for storing water under pressure nUrnrs reliable sure and safe Can be put in bv your self nnd operated by hand motor gasoline cncine wind mill nnd is the latest nnd best water supply system This system Is ideal for farms country homes iuburban places and can be adapted to anyplace condition or position These systems nre the very best If you wont to fit up you plare modern nnd have nil the latest improvements Splendid for fire protect your praperty Get a Burton System on your place and have baths and all the comforts of n city home The Cost is elieht the benefit is amt This cu showsn cistern au hand pump Sold By Richmond Motor 6- Plumbing Company Incorporated tBTliis cut shows a well with hand pump Dont trifle with Kidneyand Bladder trouble Take DeWitte Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed and vou will at once notice satisfactory results DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are antiseptic healing and soothing Be sure to get DeWitts Pills when you ask for them Refuse substitutes and imitations Look for the nameon the package Sold by Perry Thomas jIm Operated According will heat one room 2 lump aUf25 heat 3 4 all with 3 coal 5 room all with 4 lump large room with 6 lump quiredWill burn same and heat space For Rent In the G Taylor two elegant single or en suite Ware on Orclmid St and N Railroad Pijoni H Taylor For Sale House and aud 8 of land Iccated in Kingston this county 7 miles from Richmond The land fe very fertile with good house and barn all necessary outbuildings gooo fencing and well watered This is a splendid neighborhood with good school and a quiet peaceful village J A Rtddell Kingston D W White Paint LickKy Executors Moody dl3m W Bolton General Blacksmith Carriage and Buggy Painting Attention t- oRepairing BuggieSt Wagons Farm Machinery On Best Rubber Tires Made Facilities For Flniclui HomskiQg Unsurpassed Shopat Carriage Works Water Street NOTICE Having purchased the Coal Feed of Mr Ballard on we use this method to invite friends and the for a of We celebrated Rich Mountain JELLICO COAL which we to give Give us a trial get acquainted our coal and method of doing Sl Hi Thorpe iCo dec5tf The World Renowned and Only Absolute Consuming Stove Un Earth THE WONDER OF THE AGE TIGHTFlorence 1S9Patentby U S Circuit Court of Appeals 19M Beware of imitations and unscrupulous people who to have a stove like or just as as the Do not be deceived by such false claims and find it out when toa late Examine the Florence carefully before you buy SOOT NO SMOKE NO NO CLINKERS t EVERYTHING CONSUMED end of a use with soft coal there will bejno soot in the pipe or flue THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION The only jointless leg and base with full radi and large ash pan that is on the or has ever industryThe the stove firekeepingIt will be as good a fire keeper twenty years hence as it is today ta The Hot Blast Air Florence will heat twice the onehalfThe only perfect floor heater that is or has bean made mrnufacturerdealer actionIf Florence is to Directions The No 21 small all winter with tons of slack or coal The 49 or No 23 will slack or lump coal The No 51 or will or rooms winter tons of slack or lump The No 53 or No 27 will heat winter tons of slack or coal The No 55 will hept a store or school Jtons of slack or coal For a less coal will be re a ton less of hard coal Base Burner of the size twice the John building office either house L and Colby lot acres and churcbesin Ky Cash II Special and We Put The Our Are Ky and business J Aspen ave our public share their patronage handle the guarantee perfect satisfaction ordei and with business Smoke March claim good Florence NO DIRT Atthe seasons bottom ation marhet Tight the No No church rooms THE HOT BLAST AIR TIGHT FLORENCE burns soft coal or slack and all the moke and gases No filling up of the stove pipe or flue with soot No dirt inside or out side the house It wilt burn hard coal and all the gases which escape from a hard coal lessMhesfuel FOR SALE BY DOUGLAS SIMMONSj SiTTDr 2 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachinft of All Denominations Religion Is the greatest dynamic In the world today Rev H Vanderwart Reformed Hackensack N J Holds a Better Place The Bible does not hold the place It once did Jt holds a better place Bev Dr Eakin Episcopalian Toronto No Greater Joy In Heaven There Is nothing In all the universe that can bring greater Joy in the heavens than that one humble heart should repent Rev A H C Morse Baptist Brooklyn Our Duty It Is every mans duty to radiate hope and joy like a band of music going down the street flooding the whole atmosphere with melodies and harmonics Rev J B Silcor Congre gatlonallst Kansas City Mo The Religion Needed In the sphere of religion there is an open doortoo much knowing too lit tie doing We need a religion that means something a religion that has and gives life the religion that has upon it the image of Christ Rev H E Rompcl Methodist Episcopal Chi cago Believing Let every man believo all he can Never surrender your old truth until you have it in some new form more vital and lull of power Poor indeed is a life when afflicted with a poverty of sustaining truth but rich when great Ideas shine in upon the soul like stars in a cloudless nIghtRev- Dr Edward Yates Hill Presbyterian Philadelphia Salvation The supreme need of the world Is salvation not education Give the ed ucational part of the evangel its system of ethics to an unregenerated man and you stagger him He simply cannot apply it to his daily life But let the blood of Jesus be applied to his heart and the eternal miracle is once again performed Rev Alexander S Taylor Reformed Episcopal Chicago Happiness The happiest people are not those who live on a mountain top where they crown themselves with a coronet of stars but rather those who seek the great shadows the green pastures and the rippling waters at their feet The fleecy clouds In the distance may look like the flowing robes of angels but they often turn out to be nothing but fog banks which bring only dis appointment and deathRev Dr W W Bustard Baptist Cleveland O Magnificent Mosaic The Bible is the gathered conscious ness of God in many souls As flowers in the garden give us the science of botany as stars In the firmament give us the science of astronomy so does God consciousness give us the Bible The Bible is a magnificent mo sate all the parts of which are grouped about one centerpiece and that centerpiece is Jesus Christ the one perfect human manifestation of God Rev Dr John Reid Shannon Methodist Episcopal Washington To Make Religion More Vital Give Jesus Christ the secretmost place lu your soul and ever afterward carefully guard it according him a claim upon your life which you yield to no other and punctiliously respect it come what may or may not wealth or poverty social distinction or ostracism and your religion will grow year ly more vital and positive your faith be an increasingly precious and as sured reality and your old age prove a glorious Indian summer marked by a holy calm and alight with the reflected glow of paradise Just beyond Rev Dr John Balcom Shaw Presbyterian Chicago Responsibility God It may sound overbold on our part but we speak reverently when we say that we believe that God has not denied his responsibility for we cannot otherwise understand the New Testament the highest and fullest revela tion of God by Jesus Christ The care ful and prayerful student and reader of the New Testament is bound to ask the questlou Why this revelation of God Our text not only contains and reveals this truth it does moreit shows that God is diametrically opposed to and therefore does not per mit evil We wish to present the subject to you in three propositions 1 God Is responsible for the creature he made 2 sin increased his responsi bully 3 God has discharged his re sponsibility Rev George Lloyd Ferguson Reformed Episcopal Brooklyn The Beginning of a New Life The very moment a man accepts Jesus Christ as his Saviour a new life begins Ho wishes to be kind and un selfish and true Such a man need not bo told to be honest He need not be told to be kind and thoughtful of oth ers He will need very little Instruc tlon In good citizenship All of these valuable traits of character will grow as naturally as the fruit grows upon the tree They will be forced out by the pressure of the lire within No man need tell the peach tree or an ap pie tree or an orange tree to bear Its own kind of fruit The very nature of these trees makes this fruit to come out on the branches of the right kind and in the proper season No man can pray to Jesus Christ and then wish to do wrong No man can have family worship and be unkind and cruel to his family The real social revolution which is going on quietly Is that of the conversion of individuals They become the heaven of the cow munity In which they live After the power of Christ has changed their lives they are the restraining latin snccs in their communities They are the examples in morals to others lev Dr Johnston Myers Baptist Chi ago It stops the cough Children like it and pleasant to take Sold by Perry Thomas jim Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of T W fladpins are hereb willbePALMERd22it Theres nothing ao good for A sore throat H Dr Thomas Eclectrie OH Cures IUa fsur hours Hell eves any pain in any part jim To feel itronjr have good appetite great syatWH tonle and builder Jla Doai ult1 cure couUrlo tonetbItIIDQ1t the liver promote digeotioa and apjwtite sad MMypftSMftMoaiubowfih Ask yoHr dniggitt for them Me ft box Nature makes the cures after all Now and then she gets into a tight place and needs helping out Things get started in the wrong direction Something is needed to check disease and start the system in the right direction toward health Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with hypo phosphites can do just thisIt strengthens the nerves feeds famished tis sues and makes rich blood ron SALE BT AUDBUOQIST3 Bead 1Oc name ct paper aDd tau an for our beautiful SaTing Dank and Child SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Luck Pcnnj SCOTT BOWNR 409 Pearl St New York To People Of Richmond Richmond Ky Dec 6 1909 Fellow TownsmenPlease read and consider carefully the following statement the purpose of which is to bring about a closer understanding and cooperation between the City of Richmond and the Eastern Kentucky State Normal First Within tho last three years Richmond has received more desirable advertisement through the Nor mat than in any thirty years previous Students from 68 counties have been in attendance 1 Secondly The Normal is afford ing an opportunity for Higher Edu cation to the children of the city and countyThirdly It has had in attendance a largo number of young people who have benefited our community social ly morally and spiritually Fourthly It has increased the valuation of property 25 per cent tAsk the assessor Fifthly It is the means of bring ing to our community and spending in our town every week hundreds ol dollarsMany other facts might be men tioned but the above should suflic to command attention consideration and action of all progressive and in crested citizens If these benefits have accrued to the city what has the city rendered in return and what cau she dol Beginning Jan 25th next we are expecting a very large number of Stu dents Our dormatory facilities will not afford ample accommodation for them all We will be compelled to place 400 or500 students in town In order to meet this demand we appeal to your civic as wellas your social pride We have invited them to come What shall we do with them Four times this number could bo accommodated in our town if the peo pIe so willed it We ask your cooperation in this matter as follows 1 Let us have any room you can spare 2 A fine opportunity for someone to futnish meal 3 Any one who has a house tha will be vacated about January lit report to us We are in need of about thirty 80 N D We expect to pay for these accommodations but dont be extortionate in your prices There is a great future for our town and school if every person will lend a hand Under favorable conditionr within 5 years It is not only quite possible but very probable to have hero in actual attendance 2000 Stu dents What does this signify 1 It means one of tho greatest schools in the South 2 It means 1000 poured Into the lapof Richmond every day 3 It means one of the greatest and best business enterprises a town an secure Fellow Citizens This view of the future may surprise some of you but it Is entirely practicable and feasible tint It depends on workers and not hirkera We must not let any ono ccme to us and not have a place to stay Other schools are wanting him Shall we let him go and thus loss not only him but his influence for the future Whoever can furnish any assistance in any of the above Items report to I II BOOTH Brcck Avo Phone G06 For Sale My farm of 250 acres improve ments and land less tbanri miles from Richmond all well set in grass except 25 acres which is now in corn Toll farm Is on good pike dwelling with 8 rooms and a good dwelling gocd barn and outbuildings all good plenty of water and timber This farm will be sold on teasonable terms and at a bargain WILSON TATE n75t Richmond y- wixIrE S- Cream Vermifuge THE WUITEEB WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS fIITETiMtC- MWIt er tWTATtO THE KMWttC rftCPARtQ ONLY BallardSnow LinlmentCo- e xotJleMO o1a y Perry I TlvaiM u 7 A BARGAINAPPLY AT ONCE TO HOB SO N Iic Richmond Kentucky Kennedys thereby properly dI1ad8DJ1lire Oil HeatWithout Smoke No matter how sensitive your olfactory nerves may be or under what working conditions you encounter the PERFECTIONOil Equipped with Smokeless Device youll not detect the slightest odor of smoke The Perfection Oil Heater neither smokes nor 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such cases the kidneys and blad der are the organs that need and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in back groin and limbs bloating and swell Ing of the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless ness and constant tired wornout feeling are almost certain symp toms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills have in thousands of cases been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all such conditions of female organism affording the most prompt relief and permanent benefitAs illustration of what these Pills will do Mrs P M Bray of Columbus Ga writes that she was very ill with kidney trouble and that she is now well and that these Pills are what cured her They are very pleasant to take and can in no case produce any deleterious effects upon the system as syrupy alcoholic liquid prep arationsnre apt to do E C DeWitt Co Chicago HU want every man and woman who kayo the least suspicion that they are 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System of Water Works f for country and suburban homes f Phonel6l9I l l RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 txas LandsIn the Vln Handle of Texas are now offered by the Svenson Lunil Co to purchasers in lots from SO to 10000 neres at 12 to ISO par aero located on the Santa Fe Railroad near Bovina This land is a deep virgin soil almost perfectly level finer good climate no malaria or mosquitoes Private ears leave hero on JANUARY THIRD with low raw far the accommodation of prospective purchasers wishing to umkw clo e invest gation of this property For full informa tion ttiit illustrated literature sec or write to FREEMAN GRIDEROllio ov Ierry Thomas Real Estate and Insurance Agents n G108 fAIR TIGTH HOT BLASTI tJ Burns SLACK or SOFT COAL Without Smoke or Soot Heats Double the Space Heated by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Neat Economical The kind to buy for service A Money Saver for People who want a Good Stbveat an Honest Price See it in operation You will like it S XCLUSIVELY BY W D Buckley Co EAST MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 0U FRESH OYSTERS coD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco SecondRICHMOND KYCorner Main anil FRESH OYSTERS Furs Hides Iron I pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot bring them write cr telephone and I will call M WIDESP TELEPHONE 863 l t 203 Estill AvenueRICHMONDt KY f r I yearDaily3 months =RELIGIOUS THOUGHT i Gems Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations We are not filling our mission untilwe live up to the highest that Is In us EpiscopalTogetherness UteIlesWGunsaulus GospelAnno longer sufilce Human hearts need steadying overshadowing and uplifting power ClevelandRealityEach hell and unless he repent SQ long as he Is a be realityformaica Plains Mass SowingThinkingfruit of your thoughts Is either wheat or tares good or evil according to the sowing Rev J W Francis Presbyterian Parkersburg Va Distillery of Tears Sin Is the distillery of every tear that wIthouthearInga diabolical thing that only God can dare to touchGypsy Smith Evan gelist England Great Mans Points The great man manifests himself In everything he docsIn his gestures the look In his eye the tones of his voice by his dress and his actions Bishop Eugene Russell HendrIx of Missouri Methodist FriendshipTrue Is la the soul Riot In the conditions of life and the souls of the humblest la borer and the richest noble may enjoy alike the friendship of JodRey Dr Iames A Supple Roman Catholic Boston Function of the Church Christ always regarded sin as a uiora Important disease than any bodily ailment and It Is the function of the church as established by him to regard the healing of mens souls as far more Important than the healing of bodies which at the best cannot outlast a century Rev Charles n Parkhurst Presbyterian New York Mutual Inspirers Sociology Is a science a science of social phenomena It Is being built up by systematic arrangement of social facts Religion then inspires us with the disposition to treat our fellow men well and sociology tells us how to do it Religion stands for the human hope to be found worthy of God and sod ology is a scientific display of opportu nity wherein nina may attain such worth Thus they go together mutu ally inspiring each other Rev M O Simons Unitarian Cleveland O Available to All Dont fret because others have been more prosperous than you The best things in life are more evenly distrib uted than we are willing to admit There Is no trust big enough to get a corner on good digestion or cheerful ness of disposition No man can have a monopoly of friendship or affection No corporation can bar you from the splendor of the heaven that arches over you and the beauty of the earth that engirdles you The best things are open and available to all When you sit down to think how powerful gold Is think also how powerless it Is It Is powerless to purchase a sin gle kiss of affection or buy a bond of friendship Rev J B Silcox Congre gationalist Kansas City Mo Rationalism In Religion The mysticism and emotionalism of present day religion must give way to some extent to rationalism It must bo rescued from the ghosts of night and from introspective brooding as was Maeterlinck the poet Its growth must be outward and not inward Its thought must be ministrant to the whole and not to the individual We must demand more facts more proof and be persuaded less easily Re ligion to be soul satisfying will need to discard much that Is mystical and fanatical and take up that which Is scientific and rational Righteousness can be found more readily In the outer world than In the Inner It must be sought for in the world about us We will need to learn the habits of our fellows If we would make religion serve for the betterment and enlightenment of the world Professor George Burman Foster Unitarian Chicago Soul Prosperity Prosperity of soul demands soul groth Growth Is the replacing of wornout tissues and new and greater supplies Soul force consumed In van quishing temptation Is replaced by r newed and Increased force and this Is soul growth All growth proceeds from rudimentary state to formative and from that to maturity and fromImaturity to the culture stage the goal In every field The workman aims to become expert and the scholar to become cultured The progress of the soul should not stop short of the cultured stage In spring the blossom comes and goes but leaves a tuft of green which rounding out to the full becomes the solid apple The mellow- Ing process comes and acids which bitterly antagonize each other blend Into one delightful flavor whUe the tough woody substance becomes a mass of luscious crystals Thus the principles of the soul its knowledge Its faith Its emotion Its purposes all blend In the prosperous soul into one mellow and pleasing personality of which only Is it safe to pray Mayest thou prosper In all things even as the ioul prospers Rev A MacDonald teach Congrcgatlonnllst New York 11 OJ a1o RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations Self sacrifice is the door to the true HardingEpiscopalian Robbing God A man cannot rob God of that which rightly belongs to him and expect lasting blessings upon either himself or his children Rev L M Zimmerman Lu theran Baltimore Developers of Men A mans business education society ind experiences develop what is In his aaturc and reveal the tendency of his Bapn1stHomemakers Money cair make a house but It re IuIres loving hearts and sympathetic helpful souls to make a home a model home Hev Dr John Thompson Moth odist Wheaton Ill Life Life is Joy but not pleasure Life Is a struggle and the mere pain we encounter the more of humanity and morality there wlUbeDr EmU Cf nirsch Hebrew Chicago HelpsReligion the friction of life and to conserve his resources It produces a conservation of all the energies of UCeneT W H Carmardine Methodist Episcopal ChI- cago The Value of Three Years Three years gave us Calvary Three years may give any man or woman living tonight a character of Christ a trained life of service for his fellow men Rev Dr John Timothy Stone Presbyterian Chicago Control the Tongue Do not go around with a serpents tongue Do not be n scold Hold on to your tongue Nothing is more Important and nothing Is conducive to happi ness more than controlling the tongue Rev Dr Frank Oliver Hall UnIver lallst New York Prophet of His Age There Is a deal of difference between i dreamer and a seer The man who ives in dreamland amid the stern re illtlcs of life accomplishes nothing The man with a vision becomes the prophet of his ngeRe Ingram E Bill Baptist Chicago Highest In Gods Kingdom He who makes himself most useful who uses nil the gifts of mind heart md will which he has to serve the Deeds of human lives who holds every choice gift of thought feeling and pur pose as valuable only for the service which it cnn give he is tho highest in the kingdom of heaven Rev Dr II diehard Harris Episcopalian Phila lelpbla The True Christian Church No church is great no congregation nkes rank In Gods honor roll except ny the service to those who need The churchs warrant is not in its history r its institutions or its political pres Ige but only In the service it renders ind the love It brings near to men The truly Christian church is a union 3t all who love In the service of all who suffer Rev Dr James Alexan der Macdonald Presbyterian Toronto Best Thing In the World The mighty thing we call life Is just the response that life makes to the call of other life conceived as larger and better Let love lay hold of God and it becomes not only the best but the strongest thing in the world Augus- tIne spoke the truth when he said Ama et fac quod vis Love and you can do what you will Therein lies the hope of the future for men who have the vision and have the world Rev Dr B L Whitman Baptist Seattle Wash Mission of Christianity We should read the Bible to learn its sympathy with humanity It Is on the peoples side It champions their tights Christianitys mission Is to bring about a more equitable distribu tion of the worlds wealth Mans relI- gIon should be judged as much by his attitude toward man as toward God Iniquity toward man Is Iniquity toward God Christ placed as much emphasis on the brotherhood of man as the fatherhood of God Some time on this earth there will be a government of the people by the people and for the people Its national anthem should be not God Save the King but God Save the PeopleRe Dr J B SIl rox Congregationalist Kansas City Mo The Christians Indian Summer Who does not love the autumnal In- dIan summer Skies soft air balmy and sweet springs overflowing In their buoyancyit seems indeed as if It needed but the song of the bluebird and bobolink with the whistle of the robin and croaking of the frog to send us out on the hunt for hyacinths and daffodils It Is easy to draw a close parallel between the Indian summer af the late autumn und tho experience of the man or woman permitted to irow old in Christ The charm of In han summer consists not alone of its loft skies and balmy air and golden mnsets but there Is a mysterious In loflnablc hush whlchbas fallen over eld and hill and river it seems to peak of the realization of hopes lung cherished of the dropping of the fever pulse to the normal as if nature were saying The crisis has passed and now I may rest for all is well Once you struggled to be rich worried because you could not attain your ideal and all the time were rich but did not know it Thlsrevclatlon was reserved as one of the surprises of lour Indian summer What a picture is thisn contented child of Gcd In the Indian summer of his life sitting at lifes window gazing with radiant face westI hope glinted eyes toward the hilltops of glory Rev Dr Spooner Presbyterian Washington 1o75 Dropped the Subject Five thousand dollars for a flogr he exclaimed as he looked up from his newspaper Do you believe anyone ever paid any such price Marlar Im sure I dont know James she returned without topping her needlework even for a moment Does the paper say that much was paIdT Yes Theres an article on valuable dogs and It speaks of one that was sold for 5000 I dont believe it lit may be true James she said quietly Some of these well bred ani mals bring fancy prices and theres no particular reason why the paper should lie about it 9 know that Maria But Just think of Itjust try to grasp the magnitude of that sum in your weak feminine mind You dont seem to realize It Five thousand dollars for a dog Why hang it Maria thats more than Im worth I know it James but some are worth more than others She went calraiy on with her sewing while he fumed and sputtered for a moment and then dropped the subject especially the weak feminine mind part of it Cosmic Dust A particle of dust onehundred thou santh of an inch In diameter Is held In Its place In space by the force of gravitation but a particle smaller than this is pushed outward Into space by the weight of the suns light because as the particle becomes smaller its surface which Is subject to pres sure becomes greater in proportion to Its weight The suns corona the zodiacal light the aurora borealIs and the comets tall arc all composed of these Infinitely minute particles In some cases white hot and In others merely illuminated by the sun which are being constantly driven away from the sun by the pres sure of its light In the case of the aurora borealis there Is a movement of the light both away from and toward the sun This Is explained by the theory that the weight of the suns light presses the particles outward Into space for a cot taln distance and that then a certain number of them cohere together until they have sufficient weight to be at tracted toward the sun once more by the force of gravitation Rarely Disturbed Two spiders who dwelt In different parts ot a church chanced to meet together In the aisle one day when out for a constitutional How are you getting onT said spi der No to spider No 2 Oh moderately was the reply I dont feel very comfortable on Sundays 1 live in the pulpit under the cushion and on that diiy the parson comes and bangs the book and sends toithink hell hIt me He bangs with such a force that I know hell squash me to a Jelly Oh you come and live with mer said his companion Im never trou bled Im always comfortable and nev er disturbed from one years end to the other Indeed said the other spider And where do you lvc Ob 1 live In the poorbox was the reply Pearsons Weekly Antiquity of Fishing Probably no branch of indurtry can lay claim to greater antiquity than that of fishing Its origin would seem to be coeval with the earliest efforts of human Ingenuity for the oldest monuments of antiquity show the fisherman in full possession of the imple ments of his calling and even those learnedIneIlherfields are skilled In the fabrication of the hook the fish spear and the net The earliest civilization of the eastern Mediterranean was begun with fishing SIdon which means fishery was originally a fishing village and Its en- terprIsing Inhabitants devoted their at tention mainly to the collection of a certain kind of mollusks from which they prepared the famous tyrlan pur ple prized more highly for the rich ness and variety of Its hues than any other dye known to the ancients The Aurora Borealis Whatever may be the cause of the aurora borealIs its height does not ap pear to be limited by the atmosphere The rays sometimes touch the earth In Scandinavia coming between the ob server and elevated places but Flogel years ago obtained data showing that a large aurora seen In northern Germany must have had a height of sixty miles and that the rays often rise to TiO miles their points glowing with red light Seeking For Danger Im going to lick Smith Why He said I was a horse thief and a iar lila he prove It NoThen let well enough alone and dont get him any madder Cleve land Leader Imperiled Treasure Indignant Wife That new chauffeur has only just brought thecbildreu and me home and now hes taken the cook out for n spin Husband Great bony en He doesnt half know how to manage a ear and shes the first decent cook weve had in a year Brooklyn Ute Either Way Happiness merely consists of get remarkedImug Philadelphia Record I PIANO eONTESlJ- anuary CLOSES 22nd Girls Hustle and bring inSour Votes i The handsome Piano goes absolutely free to the young lady re I ceiving the most votes The Climax Printingffo 4 fP FARM flCI14JbaH BY FEJRIGG RGISTER IOCKFORDIA l CORReSPoNDENce SOLICITED This matter must not bo reprinted with out special permission MAN AND TWENTY ACRES A bulletin lately put out by the department at Washington tells of a farmer jot Pawnee county Neb who has made an unusual success In the farming of a very unpromising twen ty acre tract The owner came from Switzerland ten years ago worked out until he saved 275 when he bought the tract In question for 12J50 an acre and It was conceded to be the poorest land In the neighborhood cov ered with brush and small trees He cleaned It up and developed It along Intensive lines until today he has it all paid for a neat house on It with stone basement barn and other out buildings and has been offered S2500 for It He has lately made three pleasure trips to Colorado anti spent three months of last year In Switzerland Ills annual net revenue from this small tract averages 1000 The methods which the owner follows are of especial interest The laud Is kept busy from spring until fall At the last cultivation of potatoes corn is planted between the rows In this way a full crop of potatoes is secured and a fair crop of corn As high as 700 bushels of potatoes and seventy five bushels of corn to the acre have been grown in this way The corn usually has to be hoed once but the potato vines so nearly cover the ground that not much working of the corn Is required By the time the corn needs the ground the potatoes are ripe while the corn is In the shock before it is time to dig the potatoes Sometimes part of the potato patches are sown with millet or sorghum before the last cultivation this making a good crop of feed and not hurting the potatoes The onion patches also grow corn and melons In the orchard which com- prIses eight acres small fruits pota toes and truck are raised The farm is situated seven miles from a town of 2500 people and the reader will see at a glance that this must mean low prices and heavy expense in hauling What he might do with the same tract or one of ten acres located within two miles of a city of 25000 it would not be difficult to forecast In speaking of his work the owner says I think I have found a remedy for bard times Any man can pick up ten or twenty acres On ten acres be can make a living on twenty acres he can get rich I cant understand why a man will live in a city and work for wages that do not give him a fair living when he can walk out a hundred miles or so and get a farm like mine and be Jude pendent A PRESSING QUESTION If reports which are being circulated in different sections of the corn belt are to be credited the cold snap of Oct 12 and 13 which damaged the apple crop from Colorado eastward and as far south as central Missouri and ruined hundreds of thousandsof bushels of potatoes in the Dakotas in Minnesota and Wisconsin very seriously impaired the vitality of much of the corn still in the field at the time In some counties in the corn belt it is stated by those in a position to know that it is doubtful if there was a bushel of sound seed corn left after the freeze If this is the case here and there it is quite likely that like dam age 1ms been done over a considerable area of the corn belt in which the freeze referred to was heavy It goes without saying too that if such dam rye has been done the best time to determine Its extent is now and not three or four months hence It Is dead sure that seed corn which Is worthless now is not going to Im prove any as the winter advances The advantage of parly testing will be that if there are n few fields in which the corn was sufficiently dried out to es cnpe damage the Owner can gather at once from these seed for himself and his neighbors who may be unfortu nate It Is quite likely that there will be foreign orders to fill If a fellows corn tests O K Seed of good typo and strong vitality will be a prime essential In the growing of next years crop and the securing of a supply of It is a matter that should be looked into at once A GAMBLING PROPOSITION There is Just enough of the gum lJIug instinct In a fellow so that after hp line attended a big corn show where nil kinds of whopping even rowed ears have been on exhibition so much larger and finer types than that corn which he has grown In his own fields In the north part of the corn belt he has an itching to try to raise the same big corn when the chances are ten to one that he will not reach iv proper maturity In the short growing season whore he lives This tendency Is one of the very few effects of a corn show yet It Is one that every corn nhow director every experiment sta lion Instructor and every agricultural oaper should dwell on persistently Best Stomach Remedy Free It is an old saying that if the stomach is sound the whole body is safe because so much depends upon the proper working of the stomach Many persons find themselves with a dis order of the stomach which produces dyspepsia or a peculiar state of biliousnessIf from both stomach trouble and constipation you nre on the way to a very serious disease From Just such conditions coma appendicitis rheumatism skin diseases and similar disorders be cause the waste matter that should have been dispelled from the system through the bowels has found Its way Into the blood and vitiated It What Is needed at this point Is not simply a violent cathartic tablet or salt which usually does moro harm than good but a gentle lasativo tonic like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which people have been using for these aIlments for nearly a quarter of a cen tury It cured J C Lanham of War rensburg JIo of stomach trouble of long standing also William Voll of 903 Ellis son St Louisville Ky who had the trouble for fifteen years However If you have stomach trouble you want to know from personal expert ence what Dr CaldweUs Syrup Pepsin will do for you If so send name to the doctor and a free trial bottle will be sent you You are urged to send for the free bottle as the results from It will be the best recommendation of Dr Cald weTs Syrup Pepsin Theifyou will do as over two million people did last yeargo- toI your druggist and buy a regular bottle at 60 cents or SI according to the size you prefer We could mention hundreds and hundreds of families who are never without It You can never tell when some member of tho family wilt Reed a laxa tive and then no time should be loet- taking Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin If there Is anything about your aliment that you dont understand or It you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There to no charge for thIS service The address to Dr W 1i I CaMwell m CaHwell bWr MoitOeolte H I gTOCKTOtft HAGAN CosirUHed 1909 ftf SCHLOSS BROS S I flu Clothes Makers Baltimore end Rev York I F HosieryNoveltiesin plain und fancy effectsthe goundguaranteed kind ting kind D 6c Floral The Monument dealers have added to their business PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do better work than ever before Phey have a large assortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call loud inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaran teed Golden James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed For Rent Eight offices in the McKee block Steam heat water ana janitor service Splendid location and very desirable Possessiou at once Also the store room on Main street occupied by Charles Pigg Apply at ouro K J McKea Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKillippVeteilnaij clegeol Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWkRID PROMPTLY Office at Vanglu Samuels Stable Telephone 93 RICHMOND KY Ey image B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Road Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them on an absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always lowest Baby wont suiter five minutes with croupif you apply Dr Thomas Ec tie at once It acts like magic With Iki A rQ h Of Win u Ladies catnrnliy turn their atlen tion to needle work The long winter evenings are ideal for doing fancy work Mis Eva Roberts carries a full line of Embroider frs and her stamp ingoutflt is complete She will be glad at any time to show her patterns Many beautiful Christ mae novelties are to be seen at her shop When lathe seed of Embroider Materials Stamping etc call on Miss Eva Roberts Fkat Street t Our clothes cost no more cation to buy our pleas todayComecrcctinjr awaits you at President O II sI Character in- CLOTHES Iswbat lendsCharacter to Men You Satisfied youbelieveis the opfrit of the agethis is nowhere more noticeable than in our Cothte STYLISH BECOMING CLOTHES are an entree to the cowl opinion of othersnomatter if on business or social nilfeiori ifyou aim to climb the ladder of fame as a Merchant or a Doctor a Lawyer or a Dank Clothesbearlnenhance your value Increase your ablilt fortunesfavoritestrymid we will stake our reputation a lifesmonument of earnest endeavor that the result will be so apparent that you wilt dutytoproducedbyMaster Tailors and Designers SCBLOSS CO of and New York On Sale Here Only bySchlossand set the fashion in advance of the day they give the wearer the supreme charm strength and confidence of being uncommonlywelldressed We have a splendid showing of all the new styles There are Business Suits nay and Evening Dress Suits and Overcoats and Raincoats band tailored garments that are made in the finest possible way You must come in and try on one of these carnicnts and you will then rclize the djf ference between these and the ordinary clothes of the shops Ties the new kind that give expression Shoes and toneIW OLDHAM CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY = II Golden Flora Works Comelet z New Quarters We are established in our new in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season 7 hurman Grocer Company 6 IT GIVES ThE BEST assesss RESULTS ANATOM LIGHT I CORRECT ICALLY Are BROS Baltimore quarters TIADE The SM 1tt 9NipNI1 1 tt a VIcePres OSCAR GARRICK TRrfUSSI 1 We make Specialty of Fitting Trusses Perry and Thomas CHENAULT 2d VicePros E A FARRA SecyTress K L BAKBK n fa1 K nucky TobcCD Wahoo DI any LEXINGTON KENTUCKY The largest and most commodious sale and storage plant in Kentucky Floor space onehalf million pounds shelter for InO lqaded wagons and free stalls for 30q horses Re drying capacity one hundred thousand pounds per day and storage for thousands of hogsheads Our daily sales are grand with prices averaging close to 15 cents for all grades up to this time Send your tobacco as fast as ready and be assured of fair treatment and the best price Dont sell to speculators as they must buy cheap enough to make aprofit on your tobacco We look for prices to improve through the season IilI greatly appreciate every load from my native cQunty Respt V O H CHENAULT President nITflHolidag II 1 Goods We have in our Christmas line of China and Gut Glass Odd Plates Salad Bowls ofalL kinds and prices Also some nice l2mnd1O piece Chamber Sets We have a nice line of HaViland ChinaCup Saucers and Plates to match also Cake Plates and Odd Plates FQr a Christmas present Haviland China always suits i Call and see our goods before buying T T Covingt n CO 1 Phone 72 West Main Streetr t u Madison County Hardware Co IS HEADQUARTERS FOR ff Cooking and Heating rSltoves Farming Implements and Hardware of All Kinds GIVE THEM ACALLL = J CURES BRONCHITIS g25c 50c AND 5100 BALLARD SNOW LiNIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO- aold Recomrnendcoci by PERRY THOMAS I George English1 i PLUMBING l Doctor for I GaS and Gasoline Engines I Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works I for country and suburban homes 210 E Min Street PhoneJ6i9 I RICHMOND KENTUCKYt rtexas LandsIn the Van Handle of Texas are now offered by the Svenson Land Co to purchasers in lots from 80 to 10000 acres at 12 to t30 par sera located on the Santa Fe Railroad near Bovina This land is a deep virgin soil almost perfectly level fine rofttls good climate no malaria or mosquitoes Private oars leave here on JANUARY THIRD with low raw for the accommodation of prospective purchasers wishing to snake close invest gation of this property For full informa tim nut Illustrated literature see or write to FREEMAN GRIDER Im nv Perry ThomasReal Estate and Insurance Agents GlOB t AIR TIGTH HOT BLAST BY Q 4U Burns I Corner nnd SLACK or SOFT COAL Without Smoke or Soot Heats Double the Space Heated by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Neat Economical The kind to buy for service A Money Saver for People who want a Good Stbveat an Honest Price See it in operation You will like it S XCLUSIVELY weD Buckley Co EAST MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY FRESH OYSTERS COLD DRINKSZOvJOD MEALS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANTF- ancy CroceriesTruits Candies Cigars Tobacco Main SecondRICHMOND KY I i FRESH OYSTERS Furs Hides Iron I pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot bring them write cr telephone and I will call WIDESW8 203 Es il venue MOHMOND KYi yearDaily3 months a RELIGIOUS THOUGHT l Gems Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations We are not filling our mission untilwo live up to the highest that Is In us EpiscopalTogetherness uteliesWGunanulus GospelAnno longer sufllce Human hearts need steadying powerReoLland O RealityEach hell and unless he repent so long as he Is a be rpalltyRemaica Plains Mass SowingThinking fruit of your thoughts Is either wheat or tares good or evil according to the sowing Rev J W Francis Presbyterian Parkersburg Va Distillery of Tears Sin Is the distillery of every tear that Is shed You cannot say sin without hearing the hiss of the serpent Sin is a diabolical thing that only God can dare to Smith Evangelist England Great Mans Points The great man manifests himself in everything he docsln his gestures the look in his eye the tones of his voice by his dress and his actions Plshop Eugene Russell Hendrix of Missouri Methodist FriendshipTrue Is In the soul not in the conditions of lifo and the souls of the humblest la borer and the richest noble may enjoy alike the friendship of iodRev Dr lames A Supple Roman Catholic Boston Function of the Church Christ always regarded sin as a more Important disease than any bodE ly ailment and it Is the function of the church as established by him to regard the healing of mens souls as tar more important than the healing of bodies which at the best cannot outlast a century Rev Charles n Parkhurst Presbyterian Now York MutuallnspirersS- ociology is a science a science of social phenomena It is being built up by systematic arrangement of social facts Religion then Inspires us with the disposition to treat our fellow men well and sociology tells us how to do it Religion stands for the human hope to be found worthy of God and sect ology Is a scientific display of opportu nity wherein man may attain such worth Thus they go together mutually inspiring each otherHeM O Simons Unitarian Cleveland 0 Available to All Dont fret because others have been more prosperous than you The best things In life are more evenly distributed than we are willing to admit There is no trust big enough to get a corner on good digestion or cheerful ucss of disposition No man can have a monopoly of friendship or affection No corporation can bar you from the splendor of the heaven that arches over you and the beauty of the earth that engirdles you The best things are open and available to all When you sit down to think how powerful gold Is think also how powerless it Is It is powerless to purchase a sin gle kiss of affection or buy a bond of friendship Rev J B Sllcox Congregationalist Kansas City Mo Rationalism In Religion The mysticism and emotionalism of present day religion must give way to some extent to rationalism It must bo rescued from the ghosts of night and from introspective brooding as was Maeterlinck the poet Its growth must be outward and not Inward Its thought must be ministrant to the whole and not to the individual We must demand more facts more proof and be persuaded less easily Religion to be soul satisfying will need to discard much that is mystical and fanatical and take up that which is scientific and rational Righteousness can be found more readily in the outer world than in the inner It must be sought for in the world about us We will need to learn the habits of our fellows if we would make religion servo for the betterment and enlight enment of the world Professor George Burman Foster Unitarian Chicago Soul Prosperity Prosperity of soul demands soul growth Growth is the replacing of WOnt out tissues and new and greater supplies Soul force consumed in vanquishing temptation Is replaced by renewed and Increased force and this is soul growth All growth proceeds from rudimentary state to formative and from that to maturity and from maturity to the culture stage This is the goal in every field The workman alms to become expert and tho scholar to become cultured The progress of the soul should not stop short of the cultured stage In spring the blossom comes and goes but leaves a tuft of green which rounding out to the full becomes the solid apple The mellow Ing process comes and acids which bitterly antagonize each other blend Into one delightful flavor while the tough woody substance becomes a mass of luscious crystals Thus the principles of the soul its knowledge Its faith its emotion Its purposes all blend in the prosperous soul Into one mellow and pleasing personality of which only Is It safe to pray Mayest thou prosper in all things even as the voul prospers Rev A MacDonald teach Congrcgationalist New York rt to M TBLEPHOS touchGypsy RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations Self sacrifice Is the door to the true spiritual llteRev C E Hardlnf Episcopalian A man cannot rob God of that which rightly belongs to him and expect last tug blessings upon either himself or his vhlldren Kev L M Zimmerman Lu theran Baltimore Developers of Men A mans business education society ind experiences develop what Is in his mature and reveal the tendency of his Bapn1stHomemakers Money caii mate a house but it re quires loving hearts and sympathetic helpful souls to make a home a model liomeRev Dr John Thompson Methodist Wheaton lit Lire Life Is Joy but not pleasure Life Is a struggle and the more pain we encounter the more of humanity and morality there wlUbeDr Emil aUlrsch Hebrew Chicago How Religion Helps Religion helps man to overcome the friction of life and to conserve his resources It produces a conservation of all the energies of life Rev W H Carmardine Methodist Episcopal Chi cago The Vaue of Three Years Three years gave us Calvary Three years may give any man or woman living tonight a character of Christ a trained life of service for his fellow men Rev Dr John Timothy Stone Presbyterian Chicago Control the Tongue Do not go around with a serpents tongue Do not be a scold Hold on to your tongue Nothing Is more Important and nothing is conducive to happi ness more than controlling the tongue Rev Dr Frank Oliver Hall Unlver sallst New York Prophet of His Age There Is a deal of difference between t dreamer and a seer The man who ives in dreamland amid the stern re ilitlcs of life accomplishes nothing The man with a vision becomes the prophet of his ngcHev Ingram E Bill Baptist Chicago Highest In Gods Kingdom He who makes himself most useful tvho uses all the gifts of mind heart md will which he has to serve the occds of human lives who holds every iholce gift of thought feeling and pur pose as valuable only for the service which It can give he Is the highest In the kingdom of heaven Rev Dr II tlchard Harris Episcopalian Phila lelpbla The True Christian Church No church Is great no congregation nkes rank in Gods honor roll except ny the service to those who need The ihurchs warrant is not in Its history r Its institutions or its political pres age but only In the service lt renders ind the love it brings near to men rho truly Christian church is a union f all who love In the service of all who suffer Rev Dr James Alexan der Macdonald Presbyterian Toronto Best Thing In the World The mighty thing we call life Is Just the response that life makes to the call of other life conceived as larger and better Let love lay hold of God and It becomes not only the best but the strongest thing In the world Augustine spoke the truth when he said Ama et fee quod via Love and you can do what you will Therein lies the hope of the future for men who have the vision and have the world Rev Dr B L Whitman Baptist Seattle Wash Mission of Christianity We should read the Bible to learn its sympathy with humanity It Is on the peoples side It champions their rights Christianitys mission Is to bring about a more equitable distribu tion of the worlds wealth Mans reli gion should be judged as much by his attitude toward man as toward God Iniquity toward man Is iniquity toward God Christ placed as much emphasis on the brotherhood of man as the fatherhood of God Some time on this earth there will be a government of the people by time people and for the people Its national anthem should be not God Save the King but God Save the PeopleRev Dr J B SIl rox Congregationalist Kansas City Mo The Christians Indian Summer Who does not love the autumnal Indian summer Skies soft air balmy and sweet springs overflowing in their buoyancyIt seems indeed as if it needed but the song of the bluebird and bobolink with the whistle of the robin and croaking of the frog to send us out on the hunt for hyacinths and daffodils It is easy to draw a close parallel between the Indian summer sf the late autumn and the experience of the man or woman permitted to grow old In Christ The charm of In llan summer consists not alone of Its tort skies and balmy air and golden sunsets but there is a mysterious In tefinable hush whlehjias fallen over teld and hill and river It seems to speak of the realization of hopes long zherlshed of the dropping of the fever pulse to the normal as if nature were Baying The crisis has passed and now I may rest for nIl Is well Once you struggled to be rich worried because you could not attain your Ideal and all the time were rich but did not know it Thlsre latlou was reserved as one of the surprises of tour Indian summer What a picture is thisa contented child of Gcd In the Indian summer of his life sitting at lifes west window gazing with radiant face and hope glinted eyes toward the shining hilltops of gloryl Rev Dr Arthur W Spooner Presbyterian Washington L75Dropped the Subject Five thousand dollars for a dogr he exclaimed as he looked tip from Ills newspaper Do you believe anyone ever paid any such price Marlar fIrm sure I dont know James she returned without topping her needlework even for a moment Does the paper say that much was paid Yes Theres an article on valuable dogs and it speaks of one that was sold for 5000 I dont believe it It may be true James she said quietly Some of these well bred animals bring fancy prices and theres no particular reason why the paper should He about it I know that Maria But Just think of ItJust try to grasp the magnitude of that stun in your weak feminine mind You dont seem to realize It Five thousand dollars for a dog Why bang it Maria thats more than Im worth I know It James but some are worth more than others She went calmly on with her sewing while he fumed and sputtered for a moment and then dropped the subject especally the weak feminine mind part of it Cosmic Dust A particle of dust onehundred thou math of an Inch in diameter Is held InSts place In space by the force of gravitation but a particle smaller than this Is pushed outward Into space by the weight of the suns light because ns the particle becomes smaller its surface which Is subject to pressure becomes greater In proportion to Its weight The suns corona the zodiacal light the aurora borealis and the comets tall are all composed of these Infinitely minute particles In some cases white hot and In others merely Illuminated by the sun which are being constantly driven away from the sun by the pres sure of its light In the case of the aurora borealis there is a movement of the light both away from and toward the sun This Is explained by the theory that the weight of the suns light presses the particles outward Into space for a certain distance and that then a certain number of them cohere together until they have sufficient weight to be at tracted toward the sun once more by the force of gravitation Rarely Disturbed Two spiders who dwelt In different parts ot a church chanced to meet to gether in the aisle one day when out for a constitutional How are you getting onT said spi der No I to spider No 2 Oh moderately was the reply I dont feel very comfortable on Sun days 1 live In the pulpit under the cushion and on that day the parson comes and bangs the book and sends his fists on the side and I have to keep very close or else somp day I think hell hit me He bangs with such a force that 1 know hell squash me to a Jelly Oh you come and live with mel said his companion Im never trou bled Im always comfortable and nev er disturbed from one years end to the otherIndeed said the other spider And where do you lvc Oh I live In the poorbox was the reply Pearsons Weekly Antiquity of Fishing Probably no branch of Sndnrtry can lay claim to greater antiquity than that of fishing Its origin would seem to be coeval with the earliest efforts of human Ingenuity for the oldest monuments of antiquity show the fisherman in full possession of the Imple ments of hIs calling and even those tribes of savages which hnvo learned neither to keep flocks nor to till the fields Ire skilled In the fabrication of the hook the fish spear and the net The earliest civilization of the eastern Mediterranean was begun with fishing SIdon which means fishery was originally a fishing village and Its enterprising Inhabitants devoted their at tention mainly to the collection of a certain kind of mollusks from which they prepared the famous tyrlan pur Jill prized more highly for the rich ness and variety of Its hues than any other dye known to the ancients The Aurora Borealis Whatever may be the cause of the aurora borealis Its height foes not appear to be limited by the atmosphere The rays sometimes touchthe earth in Scandinavia coming between the ob server and elevated places but Flogel years ago obtained data showing that a large aurora seen In northern Ger many must have had a height of sixty miles and that the rays often rise to I10 miles their Iolnts glowing with red light ISeeking For Danger Smith Why He said I was a horse thief and a iar lid be prove US No Then let well enough alone and dont get him any madder Cleve land Leader Imperiled Treasure Indignant Wife That new chauffeur has only just brought thechlldren and me home and now hes token the cook out for a spin Husband Great heaven He doesnt half know how to manage a car and shes the first decent took wee had In a yearn tlyn Ute Either Way Happiness merely consists of get lemnrkedImug Philadelphia Record i I PIANO QONTES1 CLOSES January 22nd Girls Hustle and bring inWour Votes v The handsome Piano goes absolutely free to the young lady rc v ceiving the most votes The Climax Printing Co FAfctt CR41 FETRIGG REGISTER MCKFORDIA IlCMRESPoNDENCEJ50UCITE This matter roust not be reprinted with out special permission MAN AND TWENTY ACRES A bulletin lately put out by the department at Washington tells of a farmer of Pawnee county Neb who has wade an unusual success in the farming of a very unpromising twen ty acre tract The owner came from Switzerland ten years ago worked out until he saved 275 when be ought the tract In question for 1250 an acre and It was conceded to be the poorest land In the neighborhood coy ered with brush and small trees He cleaned It up and developed it along intensive lines until today be has it all paid for a neat house on It with stone basement barn and oilIer out buildings and has been offered 2500 for it He has lately annie three pleasure trips to Colorado and spent three months of last year in Switzerland His annual net revenue from this small tract averages 1000 The methods which the owner follows are of especial Interest The laud Is kept busy from spring until fall At the last cultivation of potatoes corn Is planted between the rows In this way a full crop of potatoes Is secured and a fair crop of corn As high as TOO bushels of potatoes and seventy five bushels of corn to the acre have been grown In this way The corn usually has to be hoed once but the potato vines so nearly cover the ground that not much working of the corn Is required By the time tbe corn needs the ground the potatoes are ripe while the corn is in the shock before it is time to dig the potatoes Sometimes part of the potato patches are sown with millet or sorghum before the last cultivation this maklpg a good crop of feed and not hurting the potatoes The onion patches also grow corn and melons In the orchard which com prises eight acres small fruits pota toes and truck are raised The farm Is situated seven miles front a town of 2500 people and the reader will scent a glance that this must mean low prices and heavy expense in hauling What he might do with the same tract or one of ten acres located within two miles of a city of 25000 It would not be difficult to forecast In speaking of his work the owner says I think I have found a remedy for hard times Any man can pick up ten or twenty acres On ten acres he can make a living on twenty acres be can get rich I cant understand why n man will live In a city and work for wages that do not give him a fair living when he can walk out a hundred miles or so and get a farm like mine and be Independent A PRESSING QUESTION If reports which are being circulated In different sections of the corn belt are to be credited the cold snap of Oct 12 and 13 which damaged the apple crop from Colorado eastward and as far south as central Missouri and ruined hundreds of thousandsof bushels of potatoes in the Dakotas In Minnesota and Wisconsin very seri ously impaired the vitality of much of the corn still In the field at the time In some counties in the corn belt it is stated by those In a position to know that it is doubtful if there was a bushel of sound seed corn left after the freeze If this is the case here and there it is quite likely that like dam age has been done over a considerable area of the corn belt In which the freeze referred to was heavy It goes without saying too that If such dam Pfc has been done the best time to determine Its extent Is now and not three or four months hence It Is dead sure that seed corn which is worthless now is not going to Im prove any as the winter advances The advantage of early testing will be that If there are n few fields In which the corn was sufficiently dried out to es cape damage the Owner can gather at once from these seed for himself and his ncfghbors who may be unfortu nate It is quite likely that there will be foreign orders to fill If a fellows corn tests O K Seed of good type and strong vitality will be a prime essential In the growing of next years crop and the securing of a supply of it is a matter that should be looked Into at once A GAMBLING PROPOSITION There Is Just enough of the gam lIug instinct In a fellow so that after he has attended n big corn show where all kind of whopping even rowed cars have been on exhibition so much larger and finer types than that corn which be has grown In his own fields In the north part of the corn belt he has an Itching to try to raise the same big corn wnn the chances are ten to one that he will not reach a proper maturity In the short growing season whore he lives This tendency is one of the very few III effects of n corn show yet It Is one that every corn nhow director every experiment sta lion Instructor and every agricultural oaper should dwell on persistently Best Stomach Remedy Free It is an old saying that if the stomach is sound the whole body is safe because so much depends upon the proper working of the stomach Many persons find themselves with a dis order of the stomach which produces dyspepsia or a peculiar state of biliousnessIf from both stomach trouble and constipation you are ou the way to a very serious disease From such con ditions coma appendicitis rheumatism skin diseases and similar disorders be cause the waste matter that should have been dispelled train the system through the bowels his found its way into the blood and vItiated It What is needed at this point Is not simply a violent cathartic tablet or salt which usually does more harm than geed but a gentle laxative tonic like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which people have been using for these ailments for tlearty a quarter of a century It cured J C Lanham of War rensburg Ma of stomach trouble of longstanding also William Veil of 903 Ellis son St Louisville Ky who had the trouble for fifteen years However If you have stomach trouble you want to know from personal experience what Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will do for you If so send your name to the doctor and a free trial bottle wilt be sent you You are urged to send for the free bottle as the results from it will be the best recommendation of Dr Cald wens Syrup Pepsin Th nyou will do as over two million e did last yeargo to your druggist and buY a regu1arboltle- at 50 cents or n aeconling to the size you prefer We could mention hundreds and hundreds ot fasnllkw who are never without R You can never tell when some member of the familY will need a laxative and then no time should be bet taking Dr CaUweUs Syrup Pepsin If there w anything abost your ailment that yoii dont understand or If you want any medical advJce write to the doctor and he will answer you fully Then k no charge for this wrrtee The address to Dr W B I CaUwell MS Cakhreil bWI osttc JIL I gTOOKTOIf I Cia CaDrrla9 Bj SCHLOSS BROS S CO I Fine Clothes Makers Baltimore and Rev York Furnishings the Newest and Latest Novel ties for Men Young Men I Hosiery in plain and fancy effectstheguaranteed kind Shirtsin attractive patternssome trnv nnd sporty others plain the right lit ting kind W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Qoldeq Floral The Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do better work than ever before Phey have a large assortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call tad inspect then stock and work Satisfaction guaran teed Golden 8 James Honley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed For Rent Eight offices m the McKee block Steam heat water and janitor service Splendid location and very desirablo Possessiou at once Also the storo room on Main street occupied by Charles Pigg Apply at ollre It J McKe3 iic H Mainhart Graduate McKIUippVeteilnai lece01 Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSWtniD PROMPTLY Office at Vangln Samuels Stable Telephone 93 RiChMOND KY Ky amags Work B M LACKEY Prop Carriages Runabouts Buggies Rod Wagons Surreys Carts We handle the best brands on the market and sell them on au absolute guarantee of satisfaction Prices Always lowest Baby wont suffer five minutes with croup If you apply Dr Thomas Ec lecttle Oust once It acts like magic with Ih ipproici Of Ladies catnrally turn their atten tion to needle work The IOBR Winter evenincs are ideal for doing fancy work Mini Eva Roberta carries a full line of Embroider stuffs Iud her ta1I itigoHifltie complete She will be glad at any time tb show her patterns Many beautiful OhrUt maa novelties are t4i be seen at Mr shop WbwilBthe seed of Imboldar MMariala Btlmptag- etecaU on Miss Eva Roberts YkM i Our clothes cost no more than the ordinary Come let us show you No obli gation to buyour pleas todayComecreetinjr awaits you at ANATOM ICALLY CORRECT President O II CHENAULT Character in CLOTHES Iswbat lendsCharacter to Men Are You Satisfiedw- ith the jvayyou look or do you believe in improvement Projrreis is the oplnt of tbe agethis Is nowhere more noticeable than in our Oothts STYLISH BECOMING CLOTHES ore on entree to the opinion of others no matter if on businessor social mlpeion If you aim to climb the ladder of fame as a Merchant or a Doctor a Lawyer or a flank Clothesbearingenhance your value Increase your ability and place you in the front rank of fortunesfavorites try ittry one of the New Models and we will stake our reputation a lifesmonument of earnest endeavor that the result will be so apparent that you wilt dutytoproducedbyMasterTailors and Designers SC LOSS BROS COIof Baltimore and New York On Sale Here Only bySchlossand set the fashion in advance of the day they give the wearer tho su and confidence of beinguncommonly welldressed We have a splendid showing of all the new styles There are Business Suits Day and Evening Dress Suits and Overcoats and Raincoats band tailored garments that are made in the way You must come in and try on one of these garments and you wiU then rellze the dif ference between these and the ordinary clothes of the shops Ties thenew kind that give expression innd JShoes toneID OLDHAM 6c CO Flora Wintlr z New Quarters = We are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season J hurman Grocery = Company r IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS I LIGHT The finestpossible SM iTHOA TTADE MARl I ia a oJ VicePrcs OSCAR GARRICK TRUSSI We make Specialty of Fitting Trusses Perry and Thomas 2d ViccPres Eo A FARR SecyTrtsR CaD ral K Ducky Tohcco Waranouse Qm any LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Tho largestand most commodious sale and storage plant in Kentucky Floor space onehalf million ppunds shelter for lr 0 loaded wagons and free stalls for 3001 horses Re drying capacity one hundred thousand pounds per day and storage for thousands of hogsheads Our daily siles are grand with prices averaging close to 15 cents for all grades up to this time Send your tobacco as fast as ready and be assured of fair treatment and the best price Dont sell to speculators as they must Quycheap enough to make a profit on your tobacco We look for prices to improve through the season T w ill greatly appreciate every load from my native cQunty Respt b O H CHENAULT President nITn HolidagII Goods We have in oUr Christmas line of China and Cut Glass Odd Plates Salad Bowls ofalL kinds and prices Also some nice 12ndl0 piece Chamber Sets We have a nice line of Havlland Chinar Cups Saucers and Plates to match also Cake Plates and Odd Plates For a i t Christmaa present Haviland China always suits Call and see our goods before buying T I Covillgt n cQ J PboBe1 West Main Street i giJ r IJTf v JiIri p t jt II a ji e i 1J z 12th Great Loom End Clearance SafeI 2JCIE1W 110I iyr rwytii =2JtATmi T ZZ ii I iL Our Biggest and Best Sale Dont Miss It The shrewd buyers op whatportunityyou want and want what you see Come The opportunity knocks at your door and duty to yourself and family demands that you take advantage of this great opportunity So be on hand without fail The values in this sale will cause it to be handed down as one of the greatest in the history of Math son county Nothing can bring broader than the mighty savings to be made at this stupenduous saleEmerson says If a man write a better book preach a better sermon or make a better basket than his neigh bor although he builds his house in thewoods the world will make abeaten path to his door We want you to fol low the crowd in the beaten path to our storeit is the path that leads to smiles for the purchaser and we want to make you smile you them must have J = ONLY ONE HANDLER THE MILLS that is BUSY BEE CASH STORE which the Loom End Sales city Attend this and profitsthe jobbers commission and the brokerall saved for you We have bought rdolnrs of Loom Ends the fllbricsl1ade i1 America for this sale had the stuff and our buyers being first on the ground when tapped to start got pick and choice best values In other words they up and are enabled to offer our customers sale values good that wIll remembered You shop worn that you dont want You will find all new stuff direct from the mills to you in endless of all good lengths and big quantities In to the Loom Ends we offer our entIre stock of new Loom prices Read these pages carefully tnd see where you can make great in all the necessaries youmay We havespace to only the reg tabslues but they will revealed all over the each kthroUghoUrswreatthethousaDdBOf8Ac BEGINS SATURDAY JANY CLOSES JNY t R Boot and Shoe Bargains You know we are sole agents for Queen Quality Finn Shoes for ladles in Richmond You also know that the manufacturers of Queen Quality shoes do not allow us to cut prices on a single pair unless wo get special permission from them to do so We have arranged with them to us to cut during this sale and you can buy for two weeks only Queen Quality at remarkably low prices We have numbers of lots of Shoes in different sizes and qualities all good shoes and good styles but Loom End Sale prices have been put on them so low that it will close the lot out in short If you are needing shoes fail to see this lot wo can tit anybody in any kind of a shoe you want at less than half thee the original co- stDont let all the best ones get away from you o Come the first day and fit up year family LOOM BARGAINS Wo have bought for this sale ono lot c f White Bed Spreads about 500 in lot largo size 81x00 regular f150 values Loom End Sale 99c Ono lot White Bed Spreads full size about two in lot 1 regular price Loom End price 69c One lot White Fringed Bed Spreads cut corners regular 2 values Loom End price 1 25 Watch for Red in Department They Mean Bargains You 500 Mena Laundried Negligee Shirts manufacturors 2nds in new styles stripes ligures and white You can get any kind you want atIOne lot of full Bed Blankets 10 4 size in white gray and tan regular 75 to 85c pair Loom End price 49c Ona lot of extra large 114 Bed Blankets in white gray and and tan regular values Loom End price per 75c One lot of all wool Blankets in white with blue and pink borders blue and white plaids red black white plaids regular price per pair f5 Loom End 3 f5 All our fine all wool Blankets that were formerly sold for tG 50 to 750 and 8 will bo sold during the in a lot Your choice any you may like at f4 Co Every Department Included in this Mammoth Sale l I t it Mr T1tAG00 Q Boys Clothing and In no department in the great store have vsre made such sweeping Many of the very best boys clothing in lots that want to close out have been cut one half price and some cases less than price 50 boys Cassimero Knee Suits regular price f150 Loom End price S5o 5J boys Cassimerc Knee Suits regular prico and Loom Eud prico 1 25 75 boys Cassimere Knee Suits regular price t350 Doom End price t196 100 boys Cassimero Knee Suits in very best brands all nice new fall winter reguar price from to C50 Loom End price298One lot of Cassimero Knee Pants ail sizes that wo sell regular for 50s 75s fl per pair be sold during the salent35cOne lot of boys Cassimere pants long legs In pretty pat terns regular price 2 and t2 50 will bo sold during sale at fllO SU Cr oiJ = r Busy Bee Cash Store BETWEEN CUSTOMERS be 22 3 fine Notions and Miscelaneous Bargains 200 fringed Brnssel Mats in beautiful disgis regular price 75c sale 35e 100 fringed Brussels Rugs all bright pretty patterns good size regular sale price 75 200 Velvet Bugs 2754 sizer regular price i2 50 sale price 1 25 200 extra pretty Velvet Rugs 30x72 regular I value sale price 2 09 All wool Ingrain Carpet remnants in lengths from to 12 yards regular price 65 and 75c per yard sale price 39c- lOOOextralargo Hock Towels regular price 15c Loom End price 8c 1000 extra fine all linen fringed Damask Towels in beautiful red pink blue and yellow borders also plain white regular price 29 to bought especially for this sale 200 plain white all linen regular price 25c sale price 19c extra and extra largo bleach Turkish Bath the same thing you pay 25e for everyday sale 190 500 yards Stephens all linen unbleached crash for 18 inches wide in legths from to 10 yards regular price 12 l2c sae price jj c Dont fail to our Hamburg and and Lace offerings for this saleNow is the time to buy your cmbroideries especially when you can get them Loom End prices You will see staks of them all marked with red tags in plain figures Dont miss themLace Curtains in manufacturers imperfec tions andodd lots out of our rrgular stock will bo sold during sale at than halt their real value Dont miss them The price tickets are all marked in plain lIgures Dont overlook a single onethey all mean bargains for you If the clerks are all busy please wait on yourselves AII goods marked in plain figures A square deal to all e Dont fail towee our Special of PETTICOATS bought for this Sale 100 black Mercer ized Petticoats with beautiful fIe full size worth iour End price 6ge ladies Petticoats in black and colors reg J150 and 2 sellers full and beautifully made Loom End price p 95C Help us to you Come to the store where you get low prices on everything and bargains smiling from every t iI ssf 1 1 2 CC= g c- I I 11 r 1 H 13 Days Barp iving Sale That will be the greatest feast for the economical housekeeper in the history of good old Richmond You know what our sales mean We do not give you a Jot of hot air stories to get you to and then disappoint Our sales mean a saving of good hard earned money to you You cant afford to miss this opportunity If you have the bargain in stinct our goods and prices will quickly convince you that you can get something for almost nothingREMEMBERThis is a cash sale have reduced prices solow that we most positively cannot affordto book for any one In many instances prices are below the actual cost of pro duction and we the caslti An extra force of sales people been employed for the snip to help attend to the wants of the multitude of the peo ple who will throng our store Gh J = AND OUR And the controls in this sale save those the merchants thousands upon thousands worth of finest The mills the the bell the sale of all the cleaned we in seasonable merchandise long wont find trshy goods clean varieties additIOn shall stuff at End savings want mention a few of be to you store day of the sale j allow prices shoes broken entire order dont END price hundred worth Tickets Every for plain 390 size price 125 pair and and price per pair sale for reductions small we in in half t250 lldtt the and suits 5 boys will this I YU price 1425 sellers beautiful size 5 3oc price 19c Hemstitched Towels pure 200 heavy Towelsf price j towels 2 see at the less red d Lots uf Loom 500 ular size Sale help corner strictly We have Hosiery OS and Underwear Our entire Hosiery stock has been marked down in price for this our biggest and best Loom End Sale In addition to our regular stock we have purchased exclusively for this sale large lots of manu facturers seconds and odd lots that you can buy at loss than the oost of the raw material One lot of ladies black Hose manufacturers seconds rogu 7nularOne lot childrens black ribbed Hose manufacturers seconds in sizes from 5 to 9 12 tribble knee regular price lOc Loom End price Oc Ono lot mens Half Hose inblack tan sail navy manufac turers seconds regular price from 10 to 15e pair salo prico 7C n GIto We can Fit any Machine you may use in Needles Shuttles and Bobbins Needles Shuttles and Dobbins for use In All Makes of Sowing Machlneo ofUnderweardren ladies and misses and save from 25 to 33 13 per cent on each purchase The Busy Bee rash Store I RICHMOND 4A come KENTUCKYgirl f 9