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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ssctinJTHE RICHMOND CLIMAx Section J VOLUME 35 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1910 NUMBER 32 8 1 71 7rf iK I n I w y T2dham Cons 12th GreatLOOM ENDAND CLEAr NCEilit nh i Z J Sale Begins SATUUAYaJan08 Saturday Jan 22nd at 1030 p in In announcing our Twelfth Great Loom End and Clearance Sale we feel free toassure our patrons that our bar surpasseseses previous attempts of sale giving We feel that experience is the best teacher and our buyers although they have always been on the alert for bargains for our sales have gained in experience and with each sale they are able to furnish more and better things for our customers And this sale com ing at the time of the year when we are ready and willing to sell all winter goods and broken lots at some kind of a price to clean up stock and get ready for our annual inventory means a great money saving event for all who may come Our Clearance Sales are business propositions which we know are worth your consideration If you need goods of any kind itsup to you to come to come to this sale and save money We guarantee satisfaction with every purchase or your money will be refunded h o I n one with Sales small in = = u you you sure get all and more This time are not only than ever but as in the past to do deal than our broadest leads to ex The tune now for clearance sale to the deCIsIve sale ever held We have present tIm for it was season the mills had Loom End that our to buy at deal less cost to them then is tIme for our spring stock to in we want to close u11 make room for to offer now are giving our customers to buy that be in damand to in many cases cost raw In case the price is far the time This is an that you will not get the near all is all will be If to could these them away next season sell them way However carry over from one season to its fact of that but the why say you to We are to ones now by any this be read by one who does not for other are dead pardon us to life on our are in times one be in saving in look us Be your own interests an to clean saving on each item you dont find just what want we your Richmond IJO OI4HLIIN1D 1iEw CMLDHAJt co have a smile with us You will win before you start you buy one of our Schloss Bros Suits made expressly to you and buy it this sale at almost onehalf price The very best suits go in this sale reserved they all go at End prices first day and up before is gone 500 pairs all Wool Pants 150 to sale price i pairs Mens Fine Pants reg and 3 sellers Sale price 159 Mens Boys and and in all and cut almost in two in duringthis sale This will our record Clothing Sale miss it End 10000 yards Wm Simpsons and Calico in from 1 to yards reg price 7 jc per yar Loom End price 3jo 10000 yards indigo blue In from 1 to 10 yards 6Jo value Loom End 3Je 5000 yards Wm Simpsons and China blue Calico in from 1 to 10 yards Glc value Loom End Sale price 3Jo 10000 yards Calicoes in from 1 to 10 yards price CJc per yard Loom End price Sic red and wine Prints in 1 to 10 yards reg price CJc Loom price 3o 15000 yards Apron Ginghams in from to 10 yard price 8c End price to 5000 yards best French in from to yards price 12 l2o End price 7jc Suits Now here is where your money pays double and in some cases more than double Every suit in big has been half in two in price and a great many where styles are so good have been 23 of prices You can bring a little money and go home a Tailor Suit wait until size la gone Come first day get up then toll your very styles in Ladies and Child rens Cloaks all for this falls business yet unsold If have waited for this sale you have been wise Come and get them we have decided to a single so prices roust sell them and we have named low that you will to take them home with you Come ex in Ladles Suits and Skirts yon disappointed r End 5000 yards nice light Online in from 3 to 10 yardsreg ular 8 l3c value Loom End price 5s 3 000 Linen in from 3 to 10 yards price 1Jlc Loom End Sale 3000 yards Linen in from 3 tit 10 yards price 12 l2e Sale price 8 l3cJ5- CO yards nice G6 inches yard value in from 2 12 to yards End Sale price Buttons per Pins per Pins per 10 White Tupe per tall lc Safety Pins per to get our prices on ladles misses and A big youth this department Get our Loom End Sale on Car acts and Rugs is to buy and put them away spring least per cent off price A Cash Your It means saving of hard cold cashcash that will be buy fuel as Dry for the of the r End 2 000 yards extra heavy Cheviot in colors and checks for mens shirt etc in from 3 to 10 yards regular price lOc End price 7c 50CO lards Wm Simpsons Percales in light and dark in from 1 to yards price bolt 12 l2e per yard Loom End price 6 i2c 10000 yards extra heavy Cloth in light and dark colors in 2 12 to yards price 12 Sale l 2c 5000 yards extra heavy solid coored Flannels light cream white etc 10 to 12 1 sellers End Sale price Red 5COyards 32inch Fancy in a way in light and checks Shle 1600 yards Corded Madras in while dainty and in to 20 price per j Loom End price 93 0 yards white Hep Tokio 36 in vide price 29 to 35c jard lOCO yards A A Bed feathnr proof in from C to Sale price 12 l2c lOCO yards Linen in colored figures in from to to IS yards pri o 153 Sale price 5000 yards Flanncilettcs for and and In navy blue and gray with small and stripes in 3 to yards value l2c rJ ri d ry over goods from season to an j other For this reason we announce Our 12th End and Sale the intention making it the breaking bargain giving event in the history of Madison Over Loom Ends of con ceivable kind was the by our buyers for the greatest of our Loom End Remnants of fine dress goods Remnants of all kinds of Silks Remnants of Remnants of Remnants Flannellets Remnants of and Remnants of of all kinds And lots of Clothing Hats Gloves and many sale at far the cost to Dont miss the of time save Attend this sale stay late miss a single any our great store all mean bargains for you Store closed all day Jan 7t to mark get big Sale Begins Saturday Giving For SPOT CASHWhen we prQmise a Bargain are to we promise too we more before we intend a great even statement you pact is t anti we intend make It most clearance we th ns but mainly becausc the of the weaving for and they great of Remnants buyers were fortunate enough a price than the actual manufacture and It almost begin coming out goods to them while they strictly seasonable thereby and friends a wIll for months come at price below the the material every asked the actual value of goods at this opportunity probably future as the of raw material goods ktnds higher we cared do by boxing goods and putting untIl for more money m a regular we dont roods and a whlhwe feel Justly proud we offer nothing goods present seasons production we cannot afford miss this bargain giving offering talking the live should some care a savingin you please Dont come account interested and these every interested a part of theIr income come over consistent Study us orportunity show you a cut and every If you the goods and you then wont expect patronage Clothing Bargains Men if fit now during Loom the fit yourself yoursize Mens Cashmere regular 00 990 200 Cassimere 2 50 00 Youths Childrens Snits Overcoats qualities styles half price be breaking value giving Dont Bargains black gray 10 American Calico lengths Sale price American American Shirting lengths regular yards Arnolds colored from End Lancaster and Amoskeg lengths 21 regular Loom 5c Dress Ginghams lengths 2 10 regular Loom Cloaks and the store cut not reduced the original just with beautiful made Dont your the fitted neighbors Manyof the best Misses bought are vou not carryover garment the prices so bo glad pecting bargins Tailormade Cloaks wont be Bargains Cloth yards India regular India lengths regular bleached Table Damask wide regular JOe Loom t23cPe- arl dozen2t 2o paper1cHa- ir paper paper lleThimbles lc Dont fail mens cltildre- nsUnderwear savingto prices Now the them till At 33 regular Sale Bring Coin a needed bread and asweli Goods winter Bargains Hoosier solid stripes lengths yard Loom 3flin colors 10 regular from Outing lengths from 10 price7 Outing lltit red pink regular 2o Loom ga Price Tickets Mean Bargains for You Pongees worth regula grounds wilhjrin stripes price150 ground with colored figures lengths from 10 yards regular 15c aril 5 Popllne JGO Amoskeg C guaranteed lengths JTyards regular 25c value Donfgal Suiting stripes and lengths lOc dressed wrappers ground figures lengths from 12 regular lOo BUSY SEE CASH STORE ofUGreat Clearance of record county 1000000 Worth of every from mills this woolen Linens and Towelings Ginghamsand Wasbgoods of Outings and Bleach Brown Cotton DraperiesRemnants Waistings manufacturers Shoes other yereboughtprices below manufacture opportunity a life to money Come early and Dont price ticket department of They Friday down and ready for the sale Januaryamain Feast Event more ripe have chosen s veltlr end accumulated piles great winter and them chance a of below again in price advancing and of another natrons of Thats genuine If chance words If you should and Give need prices Nothing Come 2 Loom lengths regular lengths 5000 lengths ground lengths lengths 8 prlce5e lengths 5 Strictly to balance Loom lengths regular 25c stripes regular Ticking 2 regular for7 Loom purchased prices promising merchandise Loom fl Hat and Cap Bargains ihratedcity In the United States Our sale price wileEvery hat In the entire department has been 246lduced for thiour Biggest Loom End Sale Mens 125 Fur Hats sale price 03 r Mens 1 50 Fur Hats sale price 1 15 t Mens 200 Fur Hats sale price 159 Mens 2 50 FurHats sale price i Boys 100 Fur Hats sale priceeo 85n t Boys 125 Fur Hats sale priceo 89 s Boys 1 50 Fur Hats sale price 1 00 n Mens and Boys 25c caps sale price IQ s Mens and Boys Coo caps sale price 39tLook for Red Tags ri Kentucky + n e or u l a rnnne o S s S S S S S S S S S S S S S S f I I I It I I f I I GRAND O P EN Itk 5 SS L 5e i a a f S SSS 1SI b5 5 SS t x A SS J z 1 1S5SSS S e 2 S SS JF e S 5SS 5S aS j W request rpise1 at the SSsS Spring and Summer Opening 5 of our 0Ot 0aS Merchant Tailoring Department e J Friday and Saturday V E January 14 t4I 15 t ITheGriffon Tailoring Co of Baltimore iS i will have their expert cutter with us to takeyourVji measure and make a large display of the latest1 5 Foreign and Domestic Wf 1 fensl and Worsteds i 1 This is your opportunity for procuring the best fitting best made clothes you have ever worn SSS L A visit will be highly appreciated SSS 5 ji 41f S SS s t5S555 rcc SiSS vsSS t SSSSlSS SS S 5S 55S15- SiSSSS s 15 Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade 0l5SS AO J SS E V ELD9 05 l 1 co0o s a s s s s s s o s Q Its Building Time If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings andsubmit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters line t t t t of t JEFF STONERICHMOND KY Chrismas Photos I IGetyours now and avoid the RUSH See our display- McGaughey Moberley I T iNlI Contractors and Builders l I Estimates furnished on short notice on buildings of rall kind We also have a large and complete sto of JrII n Mantles Grates and Tiling l l U TODD SON 1 Lt 1 + A4 I East End MillsJ B Sanders Co Props Richmond Kentucky k We are in the market for Wheat and Corn at r the highest cashmarket price and keep on hands at all times t Flour Meal Shipstuff Qhicken Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour Wo make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn to accomodate the fai mers trade- Our Motto is Live antI Lot Live Give us a chance and watch us grow J B Sanders GoLocated at R7J Crossiozon Irvine Street Phone 57Richmond Kentucky L 11A S A a- l F J11Ycager THE UPTODATE JEWELERSec- ond Street opp Court House Large and complete stock of Watchest Clocks Diamonds JeweiryS Silverware Eyeglasses Satisfaction Guaranteed II- It is always cheapest in the long run to get the best We do the very best ConcreteWork Give us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro satisfiedR Stone Phone 432 WALIJPAPER We have added to our business a Hue of Wall Paper con sisting of the Latest and Most Up ToDate Patterns from Sets a bolt up We are practical in this line of work and will be pleased to have you call and get our prices Estimates fu rnished for sort of interior decoration- sB Juett Sonj bbfl 449 l45First st F i iI J f r r jjjjjSSjgm gmSfee Richmond Climax tmmt PRY vtmemt CLIMAX PRINTING CO lptorporatedI D LANDRAM i Editor tl PRESS PUBUSfERS I3ICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JAN 12 1910 FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce lion HELM of Lincoln county a to succeed himself in Congress this the Eighth District subject to action of the Democratic party RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations A good deed for the sake of getting name in the paper Is not Chris charity Her W II Day Congregationalist Los Angeles Cal Barrenness We shall mend our barrenness only when we get into the thought of Gods presence in all our HfeReV Dr B L Whitman Baptist Seattle Wash Our Business Your business is not to make a Hv lug but to live a life You should do a mans work and build up a manly char acter Rev C L Mend Methodist Newark N J Gods Desire The thing that God wants us to do is stand as representatives of him and realize that what he would do we can by the aid of his power in and through our lives Rev D W Bart lett Baptist Los Angeles Cal Typo of Heaven Home is a type of heaven and should be the sweetest purest and most beau tiful place on earth The cheeriest word the kindliest act and the hap pleat spirit should ever characterize the home Rev Zed H Copp Presby- terIan Washington Tha Way Onward The way onward is through inward growth Deal so manfully and grandly with the place you now hold that men are compelled to see that you are too large for 1L Then the world will seek you for its higher work Rev C E- St John Unitarian Philadelphia Character and Destiny If God does not change It human Instincts do not fall If natures laws are not reversed then will man be cause he is man live forever as he chooses at the right hand of God or in the regions of despair Ills character will determine his destiny Rev Dr Luce Methodist Episcopal Cleveland Effort Nothing is accomplished without ef fort in the physical world and tho same holds true in the supernatural theIour bodies so we must strive to be worthy of the spiritual food which is Christ Himself Rev G F Seymour Episco palian Chicago Most Effective Prayer All our prayers and good works should begin with a prayer of thanks giving to God A prayer of thanks giving is the most effective prayer It Is only Just meet right and proper at all times to give thanks to God Do not complain grumble or find fault with things 15c thankful for every thing Cardinal Gibbons Roman Cath olle Baltimore The Man Who Has a Creed The truth is a mans character is no bigger and no better than his creed for information makes his knowledge and knowledge wakes his experience As his experience grows his creed grows larger Tim dwarf knows no creed and wants none It is the grow- Ing man who has a creed The best Christian believes most because he has experienced most Rev W A Mathews Baptist Chicago Life at Its Worst Is Worth While redemltlleworld bows in homage at the feet of the sufferers whom history has crown ed In the mfdst of it all there rises the shadow of a cross and beneath that cross of Jesus we learn that though the battle is sore victory sure We learn there that life at its worst Is worth while and feel there the throb of immortality Rev Hugh T Kerr Presbyterian Chicago Men the World Needs The man who is to be a leader of his fellow men who Is to make his presence felt for right In this world must emancipate himself from the bondage of public opinion The followthelead er policy much in vogue In present day life is unwholesome and harmful and hinders greatly the progress of the world AH of tho great reforms of history have been started and fre quently completed by noted egotists Men who have convictions and are willing to stand up for them regardless of public opinion and sayings directed against them by clover people are the kind the world needs Rev Joseph A Milburn Congregationalist Chicago Need of Religious Teaching The United States census shows that from 1SOO to 1000 there has been a most encouraging and healthy growth in the Episcopal church and in all of the older religious sects Many of the small sects in that time have disap peared while the increase of our church has been at least 0700 per cent I have real regard for the Roman Catholic church body especially for the wonderful energy shown by it In the sixteen years covered by the census that body has shown an Increase of 0000000 members or 030 vcr cent That is an Interesting statement Do you realize that the parochial schools which are fostered by this church are the biggest factors In this growth 1 In New York city alone the Roman Cath tile church has parochial schools that have an aggregate of 100000 pupils There the children are taught the Christian truths as they have been reo tclved by the Roman Catholic church We are forced to realize that the real educational force Is the teaching of these truths and all education must Include religious teaching Our church would do well to establish such schools and I hope that we may soon see the establishment of parochial schools The chlldrcir In the Roman Catholic schools Icarn loyalty to their religion and affection for their teachers Tho public schools are a drawback to roll gion as they give no religious teaching Bishop Frederick Burgess of Long Island Diocese Episcopal Church TRADE MORALNobody would have known the Good Samar itan kind act were It not for OurS riqurs parable Sethe home folksGood Samaritan Mr Merchant make this pa per your commercial bible write your own parable and put it m OLlf advertising col I1Mw dOttiJttj L Jj J u Author o- fTheSunny Side of BroadwayAT Grand Opera lou- seTONIGHT WantedAn Interpreter It was a care of assault and the lit emIly downtrodden wife was laying her grievances before the magistrate He started by giving me a biff on the nut explained tho angry com plainant My good woman rebuked the magistrate you mustnt talk like that here I suppose you mean he gave you a blow upon the head 1us yer washup An then e tried tel do me in by chuckin Is baccy box at me Ry which I presume you mean Interposed the Justice of the peace se verely that he tried to injure you by precipitating his box of tobacco at you Pray proceed and avoid slang and Inform the court what other In juries he Inflicted upon you Well then heerbe Come comer snapped the maSts trate really beginning to lose his temper Dont waste the timo of the courtThe ill used wife looked about her helplesslySExcuse me yes washup sIte ex claimed at length but I was wonder in what was the pet name In this ere court for a biff on the jlbLondon AnswersWomanand Her Master The philosopher and his friend sat far Into the night discoursing on things In general and smoking strong shag Woman said the former oracu larly was meant to fill a subordinate position In the scheme of creation Man is naturally her master She cannot rationally oppose his will He is Instinctively and by the law of nat ural selection the dominant animal Woman may learn to revolt but she can never learn to rule She has one mission in life that of obedience Man Is born to lend woman to follow Man Is born to command woman to comply She is secure only In her weakness It is at once her duty and delight to obey her superior and Then the door opened and there ap- Peared the head of a female thereat Tbeophllus said a stern voice how often have 1 told you not to smoke your horrid tobacco In tho li brary Its half past 2 sir Come to bed instantly And the philosopher sighed shook his friend silently by tho hand and went London Sketch A Tempest In a Teapot What war was caused by a clay tea potFor an answer to this question we must go as might be supposed to the land of pigtails and porcelain The story goes that a Chinese emperor in olden days gave as n mark of special favor a magnificent clay teapot of rare design to 10 nunS Chang his favorite mandarin This was laid up as a priceless possession among the treasures of Lo Hung or borne at his side by two attendants at all high public festivals and functions A rival mandarin saw these signs of distinction with the green eyes of Jealousy and hired a man to break the obnoxious pot Tho clumsy fellow was caught in the act and betrayed his master War follow ed between the twO mandarins and their respective followers which re suited In the overthrow and death of Lo Hung Chang and the reception of his rival Into royal favor in his place Soot en His Suit They were having a spelling lesson at a certain district school the other day and the little scholars were all arranged In front of the teacher spell- Ing away for dear lire trying to see how near they could get to tho head The word chimney was jgiven out to a little black cycdglrl who had been spelling words correctly throughout the morning but she missed this one by Inadvertently leaving out the 11 Quick as a wink the little boy next lies pounced on the word and spelled it correctly You may go up one Johnnie saM the teacher I dont want to whined Johnnie getting ready to cry My mother would whip me if did because Id get all over soot London Fun Might Have Been Put Differently We cut the announcement below from a New 7ealand paper Notice The Maoris who are breeding pigs In TaUahup such as Mrs Peter and Mr Sam Yates are supposed to look after their pigs and keep them away from rooting my imddocks or else if they do not I shall shoot every pig I come across Secretary L Howell This Is decidedly one of the things that might have been put differently Westminster Gazette On the Road to Learning You say you know nothing at all about our railway said the odlclal Nothing whatever answered the applicant for employment Well you come highly recommend ed suppose well have to put you in the bureau of information and let flue traveling public tucatoyolLW- llshlngton Star Probably MyerI wonder why Browne added thMe to his name after inheriting a fortune IyerHe probably figures lout to his own satisfaction that rich tire entitled to more ease tfaaa poor peopleLondoo Globe JetI Wits it water jet was borrowed by engineers train the clam a small shellfish which burrows twelve to fourteen Inches inty bard sand or mud by this process He who lives In the spirit DeTer erlsbJMt i PJiiWp Pk7 0 z 6v r 4t t 1395The Favorite SEWING 1MACHINE tns 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 is very easy to understand It is the very best machine that you can buy at the price Ten years guarantee against all defects in r 1 material and workmanship r Makes a Valuable New Years Present for your Wife LUMAN AND HIGGINS HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTUCKY Weare Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies for all Machines Notice I will stand my red boar hog at my home on Big Hill Avenue at 100 Money duo at time of service I have some nice young boars big enough for service for sale 12 82m Win B Tar Icy Try Mary Patent Flour horn the New Mill in town Phone 57 128ti J B Sanders Co H C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Goner Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky A vAN- t ATTOBNBYATLAYr SlOHMOND KENTUCKY fflce over State Bank Trust Co op losite Court Houseon Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldbam Building J G BOSLEY Physician and SurgeonO- ffice ovcrSlanlfent Sopcrs Rooms 2 and 3J Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 296 Res Phone 210 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block IO D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW tiCHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burcin Den- nyDENTIST Dyer State Dank tTrust Company TELEPHONE 296 HkrryM Blanton DENTIST jarOHco to BennsttBulalnj lj4Biy TELEPHONE 186 A Good Stove Saves HEATA Defective One Wastes It Hence we handle only the very best stoves that we know are reliable We Sell the Wonder Heatit StoveI AND THE Model Cooking Stove Sold Under an Absolute Guarantee Taylor Oldham The Leading Hardware Men Q UJ 0dl r L FRESII OYSTERS =OOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Groceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco SecondRICHMOND KYCorner Main and FRESH OYSTERSu J Io IJ Furs Hides IronI pay the market price for Eurs Hides Iron Rags Etc If you cannot bring them write cr 4 telephone and I will call M WIDESTELEPHONE 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY Sterling l CiicsJlETEE it CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed tot tot Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in- suitsfall sizes from Fmallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from cr Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas j etc at lowest prices for high class goodsSSy J B StouffeifOldest Established J p i f f 0 t1 TITlESection2 4 l f VOLUME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY lz 1910 NUMBER 32f 4r It I WALL PAPER Opera House Wedy Jan 12 That Song II Thee Sunny Side of I m Max Hebrew FunsterIII get and Ine and 11Ill dl u Book J Grady and Boyle Lyrics and Music Boyle The Show with a Thousand Prices 175c1 50c 25c at White Wines moo SaturdaJan wiyand 15th ntIt Country approval IncI NEIL TWOMEYS DRAMATIZATION OF I n St ElmoThe Famous Southern Romance By Augusta J Evans Metropolitan Cast fa Superb Scenic Production SB Great Play with a Great Moral Read the Book Seethe Play PRICES Matinee 50 and 25c Night J t 75c 5Gc 25c p t RWe Sell May Manton Patterns 1 Oc s i + 2 rT2TI 1y t I r 1ir x 4r he Right Way to goodwork is D buy your paper from up to date get an uptodate paper hanger Nifty Show OriginalDancing Pippins by Thos Woolfolk by Woolfolk Laughs Seats About H Each 8NightTHE DRAMATIC TREAT OF THE SEASON Geo D Bakers Superb Dramatization of Geo Barr McCutcheons Enchanting Romance of HA Love Behind a Throne GRAUSTARK By the Author of BREWSTERS MILLIONS A Carload of Massive Scenery Highly Em bellished by Gorgeous Court Costumes and Brilliant Electrical Effects A pure moral andrefined play The sen sational dramatic success of the century You enjoyed thebooksee the playyoull enjoy it all the more Seat Sale opens Monday Jan 17 at White Wines Drug Store Prices 25c 50c 75c and J Pte 12 W P BAXTER Danger In Delay Kidney Diseases Are Tee Dan gerous ferRIcaraeHd Peo ple to Neglect Tho great danger of kidney tronbles is that they pet hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health is gradually undermined Backache headache nervousness lameness soreness lam 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 Kjdney Pills which has cured people right here in this locality Wilson Fain superintendent of roads Nicholasville Ky says two years ago Ibegan to have considera ble trouble with my kidneys As a general rule the first symptom ol kid ney complaint begins with backache but in my case the principal annoy ance was too frequent passages of the kidney secretions My wife read about Doans Kidney Pills and noticing that they had been used with great benefit for similar troubles I procured box They entirely cured me and I have had no return of kidney complaint for two years Doana Kidney Pills have my highest endorsement For sale by all dealers Price 50 cis FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doansand take no other jlm A few baskets of selected white burley tobacco sold at 30c per pound on the brakes at Lexington and one brought 30c the highest price ever paid for unstemmed tobacco end new at that 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 lujxptSor fellows fault its his IIveriDi indigestion that make him feel eo miserable he cant help being disagreeable Are you in danger of getting into that condition Then start at once taking Ballards ilerbine for your liverthe safe sure and reliable vegetable regulator Sold by Perry Thomas jIm j fA carload of geldings raised in west ern Iowa recently sold in the auction ring at Sioux City according to report for 122 per head These were taken by a firm in Duluth Another load brought about 385 These were mostly horses out of high grade Percheron mares and by Percheron stallions Doans Regnlets cure constipation tone the stomach stimulate the liver promote digestion and appetite and easy passages of the bowels Ask your druggist for them loc a box Eggs Wanted If you want eggs Rive your fowls a few doses ot Bourbon Egg Producer and watch them lav This preparation acts gently on the fowls digestive and etrg producing organs and makes them lay amazingly Try it and see Sold by Perry Thomas Omar M Bailiff of Montgomery has bought of Mrs Mites McKee of Cynthi ana her farm of 147 acres near Sharps burg known as the Tom Jones farm at 115 per acres- LaGrlppe coughs are dangerous Has they frequently develop into pneu monia Foleys 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 Dclbcrt Daulton has the corn shucking record of La Sallo county Ill In 7 12 days he had shucked 3014 bushels from the stalk an average of 113 bushels a day 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 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 Two Frankfort young men experimented in growing a crop of celery this season and will net them over 2500 Land For Sale As executors of estateof C F Bur nam we offer at private sale about 400acres of land lying two miles East of Kingston on Big Hill and Muddy Creek road adjoining land of A C B nge and Drs Gibsons Can be dlvMod into two farms of nearly equal size with air 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 BURKAM or tf T 0 BUBXAM Every Mother is or should be worried when the lit tle ones havescough or cold It may lead or 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 The Wrong buy stock and anybody hang Phone i A a i t For Less aour liberal guarantee is backed up by the Stearns Foster Cqand proves beyond doubt r the superior quality of Stearns Foster mattresses sirTBESUAfJSBlSTER N rRss GRADE something no other allows to do The inside of most mattresses is dark secret and you cant judge J r merely by pretty ticking or pleasant talk lk in today Jjj Ipk Every mattress sold on 60 nights tnsl JsPy t 71 fJl n Oldlia m LackeyunToo Much Face You feel as if you had one face too many when you have Neuralgia Dont yon Save the face you may need it but get rid thq Neuralgia by apply ing BallardsSnpTljinunent Finest thus neuralgia burns cuts scalds lame back and all pains Sold by Perry Thomas jlm Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton Ha gan 24nly Way is to a lot o old get to it for you dangerous thing take cough medicine containing opiates that merely Btifla your cough instead curing Foleys Honey and Tar loosens and cures the cough and pels tho poisonous germs thus venting pneumonia and consumption Refuse substitutes and take only the genuine Folevs Honey and Tar the yellow package Sold Stockton and- Son jlm k a a a ham S f of It is a to a of it ex pre in by Your How can you afford to take chance diseases which are to wipe out your herd at any time A few of Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy protects your hogs against audI Bring your wheat and corn for exchange to the new mill Phone 57 12Stf J B Sanders Co t s 191 I New ar CreetingwJ s L Aknew year with its possibilities its ambitionSin its youth and freshness filled with fond hopesn e of success is here At the beginning bannerof year for the Hustling Cash Store Our hopes were fully realized and now we desire to extend to each fd and every one our sincere thanks for their hearty cooperation with us But we must not stopthis 1F if 4 r4 js and age of action and immense possibilities We desire to keep pace with the procession Our aim t cA irL r s jr Sis to attain and maintain the highest standard merchandising Therefore we must keep thinking 0 i t at the same time We again solicit a continuance of your patronage and promise the very c iio 2 r y i1t t best goods the market affords always the highest quality for the lowest price The same courteous i t 2 iC i i ttreatment which has characterized our business willbe extended i i r w r y X 3v Wishing each and every one a very happy and prosperous new year weare l fc f t i J fT VV Very Respectfully l c t c r r i WALL PAPER 111 Better Mattress Money WINDSOR Y xg i3150 IlIWe guarantee it to be better than any other advertised make at any price All Stearns Foster Mattresses allow you to examine the inside the most important side to know of the very mattress you buy maker yen clerkc Come free Save Hogs against liable entire doses For indigestion and all stomach troubles take Foleys Orino Ivixattve It is the natural remedy for indiges tion dyspepsia heartburn bad breath sick headache torpid liver biliousness and habitual constipation Foley On no Laxative sweetens the stomachiand breath and tones up the entire ailmentarv svstem Mrs F G Fritts Oneonto N Y writes us My little FoleyOthree or four small bottles and 1 think it is one of the greatest stomach and liver remedies there is Sold by Stockton Son j im We Sell May Manton Patterns 1 Oc Each r 4 frtt r f L i t f riy 4v 7 I BROTHERSf fjc Xi1 c TiiEiT q I f J I 0 9 o J 9 5 o o 0 o 1 0 o o o iJ FURNITURE1BENNETIand UNDERTAKING OUR COAL BurNS BrightlyReadily Steadily Its not wasteful coal Its not dirty coal Its not clinkerful coal Its not slateful coal NEED ANY- Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tOo exclusive sate A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been Jettlr elsewhere and possiblylesiFall Weight or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Street ILime Cement Etc 1 We tire here to cater to the trade 01 the town and country Citizens jivf- s a trial J R SANDERS dt Co 12 8 tf Phone 57 Torturing eczema spreads its burning area every day Uoaus Oint inont quickly stops its spreading in stantly relieves the itching cures it permanently At any drug store Watch Lost Lott Wednesday on street in Rich mood ladies gold watch initials n S Reward for return to this office or to Mre 1 II Sanders For Sale r Privately two store houses one cc cupied by Taylor OMham Hardware the other known as thA Racket Store both on Main St J E Greanleaf- tf Executor Strayed From Kirksvill Friday night Dec 17 bay mere with blaze face three white feet mane slightly gray whero collai rubbed Will give 5 reward for rotun to me about 2 miles from Kirksville IlEsnr WHITE Notice for Parole Notice is hereby given hat application will be made through the propei channels for parole for Jesse Ilatton now confined in tho Kentucky penitentiary on the charge of murder Jan 3 1010 S W FIFE Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of George Million deceased wit present them to me properly verified on or before Feb 1st 1910 or same wil be barred Tnos JEXKIX- S15lt Admr of Geo Million decd Notice To Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of C C Chrisman are hereby notified to present same to the undersigned on or before Feb 3 1010 properly proven as required by law or same will be barred B Juett j4t Assignee Notice For Pardon Richmond Ky Jan 5lh 1010 Know all men by these presenets that Ceo W Settle will in the near future apply to Augustus E Wilson Govenor of Kentucky for a pardon GEO W SETTLE For Sale Privately Since the death of my father who at tended to our jack stock I find I can not give them the attention they should have and attend to my office I will therefore sell privately the followirg 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 1 colt to aged jennet well broJ 5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Call on or ad dress me at Richmond Ky l5tf ROY C WHITE FarieyMarcb are now selling jbt Mt J f j Around Town i Tonight Sunny Sido of Brondway Saturday Matinee and nightSt Elmo Next Tuesday n1ghItGrautark- The grand jury meets next month Keeping all your pod resolutions Hi ctisd dodging bill collec tors is all the style just now DaddHornDr J It Penniugton dentist Office noxt to Government building j2tf Dogs will be dogs and for that reason they are out of place in the oily See the new Massachusetts Mutual Lifo Policy at Brock Smiths jSrn At the Judy sale at Kirksville a jersey cow brought tho recordbroakinj price of SSS The county board of mporvisors is in Cession and giving the work close am sareful attention- J C and D M Chenault have moved their law ofiico to rooms over Stockton Sons drugstore Is your property insured against firO Better see Breck mill Smith and take a policy j122m 1iano absolutely free to tho winner in Normal City Luumlry offor It is a fine ino antI worth working for j122t Senator Bradley has introduced a bill in Congress providing for a 100000 pub lic building at Lancaster Movers are still busy Its a wise old jwl who can now tell where all the itichmoud people live Tho sum of twenty thousand dollars tins been raised to rebuild the Sholby irfllo Baptist church recently burned At Somerset tho drys have abandoned their contest of the recent local option election and tho booze artists are happy Brock c Smith represent tho most reliable insurance companies and will bo glad to explain their policies j122m December 1909 was tho coldest De ember since that of 187C Heros hoping it will be 33 years more before there is anothor liko it The bright and happy faces of little children arc once more seen on the way to school after holiday vacation Note that bright and happy effect Earl Curtis has purchased of Jpptha Chenault the farm on Four Milo pike rico private The place contains 22f acres and is a most desirable one rife insurance is a protection that nc nau should fall to have Seo Brcck 1 Smith and place your insurance in a safe reliable company jI22m SALESMEN WANTED to look after our interest in Madison and adjacent ountios Salary or Commission Ad Iross The Harvey Oil Co Cleveland O The heaviest snow of the season fell Wednesday night In many places it drifted making the roads almost impassable The average depth was ten inches If Winchester had voted dry quitoa number of our citizens would havo found it more satifactory to transact business by mall than making a trip to that city The Stanford Journal says there was not an arrest mado for drunkeness in that city during tho holidays the first time in history of the town Hows that forlocal option M Stevenson who has conducted a grocery in the opora house building since 1905 made an assignment to lion W B Smith last week Slow collections caused the failure Judging from tho many crowded coaches hauled by tho L and N everybody is hiking fortho Sunny Southland It requires two immense egines to pull tho Southern trains andthe coaches are always filled All honor to our efficient policemen for keeping the depot waiting rooms free from loafers Richmond is one of the very low towns whero idlers do not monopolize tho depots especially in cold weather The Winchester City Council has asked for suggestions from the citizens This is something now as most public officials are worried almost to death by suggestions Its a poor citizen Indeed who can not and does not ten tho Coun cil exactly bow affairs should bo roan aged Right flQW is the most dangerous t1mp for flros PxotoetQUrt aaino- tli bl11hfl flrc9l mh PlhO fO 1llI I lo flfi7r1fl1 ir tt 1 Ienny photos 20 for 25 cents four posUtotis at the Schlegel Studio Janua ryjtmt February only Come now Mc Uaughey Mobcrly keeptueoperahOuse Big Farm Sold soldhisof London K prico 10000 Mr B JUtS many friends and relatives in Madison county Pretty Millinery Store Miss Kato V Schmidt has moved her millinery store into tho handsome now building on Second SI adjoining the electric light office and has fitted up a establishmentMark As a mark of respect to the memory of the late Senator C F Buniam of adjournedWednesday SenatorjCureton LOST Between Richmond and Union pike last Tuesday a pocket book containing glasses blank book and small change also calling cards and some letters Will reward liberally if returned to this office MYRTLE DALToN j 12tf The Greenhouses Our people will bo glad to know that tie Richmond greenhouse will continue to be conducted and first class service rendered Mr John Chrisman the new proprietor is an expert and is a progressive man lie now has largo quantities of roses and carnations growing New Dentist Dr J R Ponnington formerly of Xicholasville has moved to Richmond tad opened his offices next to the Gov rnmont building D r Pcnnington omes highly recommended and the Nicholas villo papers speak words of jiulso for him Farm Sold Wm Finny of Estill county has bought of Charles Terrill the latters farm known as tho Win harbor place and will move to same Tho farm con rains 310 acres and the price was 0750 Jr acre The deal was made through lames Hunley the real estate men Going Some Why worry about new factories rail oads or other industries if Richmonds irth rate will only keep up to its 1009 iscord A local physician tells The Umax there were about two births to no death last year If this condition irevails Lexington will eventually be come a Richmond suburb Hit of The Season Though a special pull Manager 3ixter of fiio opera hotise has secured date for Tho Sunny Side of Broadway vhich will appear in Richmond this Wednesday evening This is the most wpular musical comedy on tho road and leing written by a wellknown Kcntuck an makes it all the more popular in this ection A Great Sale Wo call especial attention to the ad ertisement of N V White in this Issue Ho announces a gigantic clearance ale and will make prices regardless of ost The sale begins Saturday and will ast only fifteen days Mr White gives just what ho advertises and our advise s that you call early and secure some of ho rare bargains No Vaudeville This Week Owing to the fact that the local opera house has a run of especialy high class Utractions this week there will be no vaudeville or picture shows given Local theatre goers should feel very thankful to tho management for secur ing the attractions here within the next week and show their appreciation by taking advantage of tho chance to see item A Wise Transaction- Last Spring tho city bought a pair of mules to be used in the towns hauling They proved of great value and saved much money for tho tax payers When tho bad weather set in these mules were told at a profit of 45 and thus saving the enormous cost of wintering them This was a Wise move and speaks well for the thoughtfulness of Mr Deather ego and tho board of work- sOpthing Wo request your presence at the Spring and Summer Opening of our Merchant Tailoring Department Friday tad SaturdayJanuary 14 and 15th The Griffon Tailoring Co of Baltimore will have their Expert Cutter with us to take your measure and make a large display of the latest Foreign and Do mestic Woolens and Worsteds This is your opportunity for procuring the best fittingbest made clothes you have over worn A visit will be highly appreciat ed E Y ELDER- mchmond Ky Board of Education Tho city Board of Education met last Wednesday evening and organized by the election of A D Miller as Chairman lie made tho following appointments of committees to servo during the Year with tho exception of the visiting com mittee which is appointed each month Teachers and Examinations Taylor and Douglass Auditing Rice and Blanton Buillding and Supplies Blanton and All man Curriculem Douglas and Taylor Rules and Grievances Allman and Rice The board is considering carefully tIre work of now additions to building to be made and will be ready to begin work as soon as the weather premits MarriedS Mr Lewis M Ross of Kirksville and Miss Forrest Denton of Paint Lick were married at the residence of Rev Hugh McLellan in this city Tuesday afternoon Mr Ross is a prosperous business man of Kirksvillo and is widely known in this and Garrard counties his bride who is a beautiful young lady is a daughter of R R Denton of Garrard and is very popular among many friends They left for a short bridal trip immediately after the core monyMr G L Stacy and Miss Jessie Arm strong both of Irvine wore married in the parlors of Hotel Glyndon Monday noon by Rev Mr Crutchfiold The couple are popular youR people of Irvine and CU1Q hero just for the novelty Rnd to liBil1 t11 rc1l en tl- ll9ftW lr frl t iit i SjO AFaithfulSctvant Clarence E WoodtRetirinf Mayor Was Faithful To His Trust Clarence E Woods who served this city as Mayor for the past fort years retired from office at last meeting of the City council handing over the reins of govorment to his worthy successor lion Samuel Rice Before his election four years ago Mr Woods frequently stated that the height of his ambition was to servo as Mayor of Richmond Ills desire belig gratified ho immediately put his whole heart into tho work of giving our people a clean adminstration That ho has succeeded in doing so no one will dispute During his term fo office Mr Woods problemscording to his best judgement and absolutely without fear or favor It was due to his courage and firmness that the saloons respected every law and were well regulated while no one will dispute the fact that itwas through the determined efforts of Clarenco Woods more than anyones else that the local option laws have boon observed to the letter He believed in and insisted upon the strictest system of conducting the business affairs of the City and at any time it has been possible for any citizen to look at the books and see exactly how the public af fairs stooda condition found in few towns in Kentucky under the present slipshod laws of the State In Iris eagerness for civic righteousness and a clean progressive City Mr Woods may have tread upon the corns of some citizens but The Climax is positive that ho believed Jie was doing what was best for the greatest good to the greatest numberand not through any malice for such a thing as animosity is not to be found in his make up lie lays down his official work with the satisfaction of knowing that the people appreciate his endeavors and ire deeply grateful for the part ho took in making Richmond one of the best towns in Kentucky The Cli mar one of irIs best friends joins in a hearty Well done thou good and faith ful servant In New Quarters Yeager the jeweler has moved to his large now quarters on Main street He has more room now in which to display his immense stock of jewelry diamonds clocks etc Ho is in tho Colby Taylor room Look Girls As our piano contest closes at four P M January 22nd we will as a special in ducement give free 900 extra free votes with each yearly subscription It is go- Ing to be a close finish and every vote will be needed so get busy girls Cattle Wanted Wo desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Also fresh milk cows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Tele phone 4at or write to Fox Hamilton Uichmond Ky j2tf New Moving Pictures- A new moving picture show will open at the Princess Rink tonight the rink having been placed in good condition and arrangements made to heat the build ing Burnsido Brothers are the promot ers and they will give the best service to be had They will make a specialty of throwing ads on the canvass and will make low rates for this Every new picture will be shownthe house comfortable and youaro sure to be pleased with the entertainment Admission 5 cents Graustark Graustark will bo the offering at the Opera House Tuesday tire 18th This dramatization of George Barr McCutch eons famous novel comes to this city wearing tho laurels given by ourleading American critics for past performances This play is a realistic reproduction of the startling story that book lovers have raved over and tells in a decidedly dram atic form the romance of the Gallant American and the Royal Princess with a plentiful supply of humor to highten the effect Prices 25 to 100 USt Elmo For fifty years or so St Elmo Au gusta J Evans novel has been one of the mort popular books by a native writer It has always been regared as a particularly charming romance of tho South the creation of a Southern author whose sympathy with her subject rendered her work particularly effective This latest is the workof Neil Twomey an author of experience and stage direc tor of ability who acording to tho management of tInt play has prepared a drama that will appeal to tho fastidious theatre goer The play is announced at tho GrandBaturday Matinee and night Priees matinee 25c and 50c cents night 25c to 100New Officers Elected Richmond Knights of Pythias have chosen the following officers for tho ensuing year Chancellor Commander H It Tevis Vice Chancellor J P Mann Prelate Ed Warford Outer Guard Clee Montgomery InnerGuard George Robb Master at Arms J D Adams Master of Works A E Flora Keeper of Records and Seal R E Million Master of Finance R B Terrill Master of Ex chequer C S Jessup Trustee J D King The order of Knights of Phthias is a good thing and most people seem to think so The lodge is in a flourishing condition taking in new and desirable material at nearly evfiry meeting It is composed of some of our most promi nent and influential citizens and docs a great amount of good Friendly Meeting Results In Two Deaths CONTKIBUTED January Court Day will be veiled in mourning for tho rushing of two deaths into eternity Such fatal sensations are rapidly spreading theworld over through the medium of the press thus giving a blood thirsty reputation to the state and locality of the crime This friendly meeting of two highly respected citizens both vehicle and implement mer chants involved Mr Bcacham Lackey a young married man and a son of ex Jailer J C Lackey and Mr H H Colyer oxSheriff of Madison county who is known the world over as a peacemaker Tho meeting occurred on the crossing at Socond and Water Sts and no person was near enough to prevent what seemed to be a determined tragedy Their fiery expressions almost as quick as thought fired ill each other resulted in two deaths in the commercial field and the birth o f the the new vehicle combine of Lackey ColI yer located at Donaldsons old stand whore the finest mechanics are pm ployftd to mpply your wants reasonably Ih1 IIt IjDCt0Y Thl- tcr ntv9rHttWHItl IH L- III 1 fiq a I Big Cut Price Sale ot I vk flI IA anIA big clothing store like this selling all over Madison and adjacent counties must carry 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 andOVlrcoatsmostIyspecial models to fit men of every buildnot one reserved all go at these prices for Suits Overcoats and Raincoats 2250 cut I 2500 to 8 75 2000 JZ50 cut to 975 1000 cut to Sale Begins Monday January 3rd Ends January 15th Cash Only Nothing Charged to AnyoneSOut of Style Suits 500 Fine heavy all wool suits sizes 34 to 38 for Biggestbargains Boys Suits Knickerbocker pants sizes up to 1 7 years all the latest styles g now 525now 450 500 now 385 400 now 295 350 now 275 oys Overc oats at same reductions Boys Suits HalfPrice Broken lots of heavy winter suits sizes up theylast200 300 for 15- 0Boys Pants 250 Sizes 3 8 years heavy warm and durable Regular price 50 centsS The Tables Turned Wednesday a couple appeared at the county judges office to be married and the news that Judge Rodes Shackelford was to perform his first ceremony spread like wild fire In less than ten minutes his office was packed with his friends eager to hear every eloquent word used in tieing the knot Judge Shackelford has the happy faculty of getting back at those who attempt fun at his expense and this occasion was no exception to Iris rule Ho ordered the prospective bride and groom to stand before him and began Ho commenced at Adam and Eve and traced the history ot marriage on down to date in fact was so elaborate and lengthy that many of his audience tried to escape but could not get away On he talked advised and counseled with no seeming intention of ending but there was no means of escape for the tired standing spectators The latter heaved litany sighs of different size when he pronounced the couple man and wife but no stopping yet for Rodes ho asked aU- to reverently bow he invoked a blessing upon the couple If tire Lord gives that couple onetenth of tho things Rodes asked for life for them will be one sweet song The prayer like tire previous portion of the ceremony lasted at least half an hour and when tho final Amen was reached those of tho crowd who had not fainted from exhaustion mado a wild rush for the door each and every one determined novel again to witness one of Rodes cere monies or to play any more pranks on him Dr J R Pennington who has just opened offices next to Government build ing is an accomplished dentist Give him a trial j 12tf Handsome Memorial The Climax is deeply indebted for a copy of the handsome memorial to tho late Major C F Burnam just gotten out by his sons It is a book handsomely printed and bound containing a sketch of the life and work of the distinguished lawyer gentleman and statesman No Kentuckian was ever more highly thought of nor did the State ever pro duce a more thorough Christian gentle man and the name of Major Burnam will go down in history as n man who gave the best part of his life for the uplift of his State and the happinessof those about him While the littlebook is highly prized by those who have rc oeived a copy of it yet the volumn was not necessary to cause his good deocls to jweple 1 = 1800 cut to to to while Deaths WrrrlMrs Eliza Witt aged 07 died at her homo at Witt Springs in Estill county Now Years day She was the mother of Mr Everett Witt of this city and iwas well known and highly respected lady She was the widow of Weeden S Witt a prominent citizen who died about one year ago Two ocher sons WmS and Millard are left Mrs Wilt was a devoted member of the Methodist church PABHISH Mrs Ellen Parrish aged eightyfour died at her home in Win chester Friday night She was widely connected having many relatives in Madison county She was ill for sometime suffering from tire infirmities of ago Tho funeral services were conducted by Rev J W Hardin in Winches ter the remains being brought to Rich mond for interment McCowN Dr J W McCown aged seventyseven died in Richmond Va last Tuesday from a general break down incident to age Dr McCown was pastor of the Baptist church hero for many years and was greatly beloved by our people lie was a minister of marked ability and a man who did splendid work in the community lie is survived by two daughters and a son the latter Mr cityThoplaceDryears continuously Mr A K McCown of this city attended the funeral Are you saving your coupons given on tho piano by the Normal City Laundry Its a fino instrument and everybody has an equal chance to get it J122t Council Meets The City Council met in regular session Wednesday night transacted a lot of minor routine business and completed organization for tho years work Aside from a little friction over tho Hoard of Works everything starts out favorably fora good years work and as has been frequently stated in Tho Climax the people will bo given an administration of winch all will bo proud The Mayor and Council are splendid business men and we aro satisfied can always bo relied upon to do whats for tho best to the greatest number of our people Il should be remembered that no man or set of men can do the best work when continually knocked upon so we trust and believe that the new officials will not be tho target for adverse criti clam Encourage by sensible sugges tions If you want resultsbut undoi t9 111rcQm tqn 1 kno k rh 1475 S 1225 775Sand Young Mens Suits at R75 Former prices 800 to 1250 Sizes 16 to 1 9 years Good warm winter suits not the latest styles but mighty good for every day wear Big Hat Sale Badly overstocked and need room More hats to select from than all other Richmond stores corn bined All the new styles included Stetsons 1 0 per cent discount All other hats as follows 500 for 375 350 for 250 250 for 175 200 for 150 150 for 115 100 for 79c Boys Corduroys Boys Keystone Neverrip Corduroy Knee Pants straight bottoms heaviest and best made 150 for LOO 125 for 90c 100 for 79c 50c grades for 35c allhappyCovington Banks H BlTP9Utliii Change at Meat Market- Mr Charles Culton has purchased the interest of his partner Harvey Douglas in the meat market on Main street and will continue business nt the old stand Mr Culton is an energetic honorable young man who numbers his friends by his acquaintances and that he will make even a greater success than in the past goes without the saying Some Tall Hustling The entries in TheClimax piano con test are doing some lively soliciting this week and if you want your favorite to got the handsome piano get out and help her Only a few days remain now and a few votes may change the result This is the best offer made in a contest and when you stop and consider tire value of oneof tire best pianos mado you will see the importance of helping ypur friend hiwinninj it Remember tIre contest closes Saturday Jan 22 at I oclock Nipped in The Bud A clever attempt to break jail was nip ped in the bud Monday Jailer N B Jones had just released a negro prisoner who had served his term but the negro having no money asked the jailer for a small loan In his usual kindness of heart Mr Jones produced and tho negro surprised him by saying Well Mr Jones youve been kind to me and I will tell you something you should know Ho then told the jailer that several bars had been sawed by other prisoners and general delivery was plan ned for Monday night Xr Jones invert tigated and found tire negro had tol d tho truth While all tho prisoners deny any knowledge of the work yet the devilment is attributed to a negro from Estill now behind the bars All prison ers were placed in safe quarters and the sawed bars aro being repaired c rersonals Mr and Mrs Appleyard have been visitlngjthe Gilbert family Mr Mi Wides left last week for a business tripvto layton Ohio Mr James Burnsido has returned from a business trip in BrnntsriUo Mrs J S Collins is visit ing her daugh ter Mrs Burke in Covington Miss Eloise Million has gone to Florldf for the roniilmlcr of the Vinter cut J700 tO I Prof K C McDouglo has returned from a visit in Ohio and Pittsburg Mrs Anna Wallace is visiting Mrs Cearles Higgins on Glyndon avenue Mrs Xeat Jennet is in Lexington the guest of her sister Mrs Sam Bennett Mr and Mrs John Donaldson loft last week for Florida to spend the winter Miss Delia Tinder of Lancaster has entered the Normal School in this city Miss Janio George has returned from Lexington and Is again at The Climax Miss Lillian Powell of Xicholasville LuckeyIFlorida where she will speld the winter Mrs D M Pholps is in Lexington visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Gibson Miss Bessie Singleton has returned to Lancaster after a visit to her aunt Mrs Bybeo Mrs M C Kellogg entertained at Bridge the past week at her pretty home on tho Summit Mr W R Thomas of the drug firm of Perryit Thomas isqulto ill at the P A C Infirmary Miss Same Park has returned to her home after teaching a very successfi school near Edenton Mrs Kellcgg who has been visiting he son Mr M C Kellogg has returned to her home in Cincinnati Mesdames R E and G B Turloy have been recent guests of Mrs Bands E Bronaugh in Nicholasvillo Mrs Thomas Smith anti son Mr Mur ray Smith have returned from a visit with friends in Indianapolis Mrs William Wells vho has been visiting Richmond friends has returned to her homo in Kicholnsville Mr P W Powell and wife left Wed neslay for St Petersburg Fla to spend tho remainder of the winter Ilaughter1Misithrcq months at Lakeland FloridaI Mrs Georgo C Moore who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J It Azbill has returned to her home in London Ky Mrs J T Hubbard and daughter Geneva Noble have gone to Auburdale Fla to spend the remainder of tire win ter months Mrs William Musick and daughter Miss Lillie who have been guests of Mrs G B Turloy has jeturnetl to Stj Louts iit r Mr William Smith accompanied by his sister Mrs Julian Van Winkle of Louisville is spending several weeks at French Lick Springs Mrs James W Caporton and charming daughter Miss Jl1mioCaperton hay returned to Cincinnati after spending a few day with relatives hero Dr J W Harris and bride have gon to housekeeping in his residence Oil North St and Aspen avenue Dr Harris will havo his offiea at his resi Jerry A Sullivan will go to Lex ington ton orsqw whore ho has been in vited to addressNvJnass meeting to in held in tire interest of the Womans School Sufferage Mr Clarence Gary who for the past year made his home in Richmond loft last Tuesday for Lexington to rosidr While hero he mado legion of friends who wish him much success A certain Lancaster man was in towarFriday wearing a smile as broad as a canvassed ham In loss than tea days ho will return and claim as his brid one of Rchmonds prattioU girls Miss Sara Rucker one of the successful contestants in tire Louisville paper contest loft Thursday for New York and sailed Saturday for Europe anti othfr foreign countries fort two months stay Mr N B Gentry who for a number of years has represented AdamsCarr Indianapolis will on Feb 1st accept position with tho W J Hughes Sons Co r tSouthern flastLangford and spend the winter Mrs Harbor and daughter Miss Marie ar left tIre same day for Deland to remain until Spring f Somerset TimesMr W M Tudor of Richmond who has been visiting Ms daughter Mrs A E Barnes left Monday night for North Carolina to join his wifofanti daughters who are spending the ter there Lexington Leader Judge and Mrs J C Chonault of Richmond were hoe Saturday visiting relatives Judge Chonault was for ten years County Judgi of Madison and was ono of the most r popular judges they over had News comes from Indianapolis of Urn birth of a handsome son to Mr and Mrs Frank C Groninger Mrs Groninger is well known here where as Miss Eliza I beth Miller she has been a frequent via itor toherkinsman AI Millornmlwire Many friends wtsml conjjrnrulnUons Ii r = I Lc IVIeKees REMNANT SALE i Friday Jan 14 Everyone knows what bargains they get each year at our Remnant Sale for CASH ONLYI Therefore there will be a great rush for the bar gains If you wish to get something for nothing dont forget the date Friday January 14 and come early Yours respectfully OW- ENNicKee ITheRichmond Climax fiERY BI THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor PRESS a ud PUBtlSlERS FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY TAX 12 1910 Sheriffs Sale For Taxe SI 1909OF Land and Town Lots P B Bioiddus exSheriff of Madl son county Ky will otTer at Public Bile in front of the Court House Dcor in Richmond on Monday Feb 7 1910 it being County Court Day between the hours of 10 a in and 6 p m the following property to pay the taxes aa eessed against the same for the year 1909 Richmond White No J Bybee Mrs Melvina3 town lots 13 45 Bvbee Gdn Bonnie Bvhee 1 town lot C Bybee Albert 1 town lot 7 25 BakerS W NR 1 town lot 3 85 Barlow Mrs Blanch 1 town lot 15 85 Bush Joe 1 town lot 11 70 Current Bourbon 1 town lot 9 10 Oats Will 1 town lot 5 95 Duncan Wells 3 townlots 3 00 Deatberage G Samn r1 town lot 3 15 EvansDr Geo W 3 town lots 62 25 East Mrs Mary E 1 town lot 11 25 Foster Mrs Emma L 1 town lot 13 Gormley Wm 0 133 acres land 33 30 Harris Mrs A R 1 town lot 13 50 Horst Mrs Millie 1 town lot 7 76 Hurst Jno II 1 town lot 6 55 Jarman RosaD 1 town lot 29 85 Jones Wm H 175 acres land 85 Jones Mrs Ann 1 town lot H 25 Kirr Mrs Cinda 5 town lots 46 KarriGd Parrishllts 350 acs land 99 60 Lame H A 40 acres land 25 30 McKinney Mra Kate 1 town lot 7 75 Miller Mrs Sirah 13 acres land 5 90 Moore Roland S ltown lot 5 95 Neff Jas H 1 town lot 18 70 Parrish S D 2 town lots 5 20 Rice Wm 1 town lot 11 C- ORed Isaac 1 town lot 7 10 Roberts Daniel town lotI 8 25 Raybnrn Wm E 100 acoes land 24 20 RanEdall Hollis 1 town lot 15 15 Rock Jno W 1 town lot 2 35 Reed Jane F 1 town lot Cl 35 StaRner Mrs Mary A 1 town lot 730 Taylor Pendleton 27 acres land 6 25 i Terrill Robt N 1 town lot 19 20 Ttdd W R 1 town lot 20 SO Todd las 0 1 town lot 2o 3o Thrower Tom B 1 town lot 5 95 Wells A H I town lot 7 85 White Jno D url town lot 19 25 White Bush 1 town lot 9 85 Foxtown No2 White Barnes Annie 1 71 arces land 0 80 Bolm Jas 4 acres land 5 90 Holln Noah 1 acre land 12 65 CunliOT Mrs Callie 5 acres land 5 90 Forbes Henry 49 acres land 10 10 Gilbert Tab En r 1 acre land 4 CO Hall Asher 12 acies laud 8 65 Hall Jesse 4o acres land 13 85 Hill Rubin 1 ncre lend 5 40 King Sam Cn r 48 acre land 7 16 Moore Mrs Mary E 70 acres land 8 40 Iandt27 25 GOitStiversThosHnr242acresland 76 00 05t4 acres Turpin Hade 1 are land 8 15 L Woodmans Lodge No 1082 1 acre laud 4 05 Union No 3 White ferryman prm T 2 acres land 28 25 J iQR Will Iii RCreg lanfl t n1Q p- qflWtWHlflMKglMfl t t f IQ1Q TI j Z I r Smiley Mrs Robert 90 acres land 9 80 Sexton W W 30 acies land 5 00 Stvers Taylor 12 acres land 6 25 Stevens J A 13 i acres land 67 90 rerrill Mrs MK i acres land 20 50 Warner Jas H 1 aero land i 35 WilHausAi x W 4 acres land 28 16 WIlcox Tbos J 30 acres land 18 10 Elliston No 4 White Alexander Joe 93 acres land 13 45 Alexender Irvine 30 acres land 6 80 Alexanper Harvey 75 acres 6 30 Adams A W 16 acres land 6 30 Adams Haney 4 acres land 4 EO Adams Geo n r 8 acres land 3m Cox Hard n 100 acres land 10 55 Coyle T J n r 70 acres land I80 Cain Jas 2 acres 10 05 Costeel Lucas 30 acres land 6 80 Carpenter M T 100 acres land S 00 Cain Th03 Son 20 acres land 465 Carpauter Peter 100 acres laud 8 85 Evans Jas B 325 acres Jand 43 II Friend W C 73 acres land 10 60 Center Dave 2 acres land 5 O Green Peter 100 acres land 19 70 Hunter J lies 40 acres landj 690 Hall Jno W 30 acres laud 6 30 Hurst Albert 1 town lot 8 60 Herd G M 25 acres land 5 75 Hensley Oru G 128 acres land 15 20 Irvine Will 100 acres land 5 05 Isaacs Rebecca 50 acres land 5 90 Johnson Will Harvey n r 1 acre land 405 Jackson Lewis 60 acres land 865 Lan Matilda 7 acres laud 5 Lakes Tom 40 acres land t 5 80 Lakes Curtis 25 acres land 6 15 Laket Fred 82 acres land 7 55 Lamb Jas 20 acres land I 45 Lewis Polly CO acres land 4 jLain Isom G 58 aCles land 11 05 Lakes Fred 89 acre land 7 55 McMain Caud n i 9 acres land 4 65 Powell Mai cum 55 acres land 5 55 Powell Jasper M 29 acres land 6 55 Portwood Sarah A 132 acres land 11 03I Poor Mrs Cyntha 1 town lot 5 Potwood Marthas hrs 25 acres land 335 Pitman J K 100 acres land 19 45 Raybuin C H ICO acres land 54 90 Riddle Elisha 20 acres land 6 95 Stevens R A 15 acres laud 8 10 Snowden D J 85 acres land 17 55 Todd WH 100 acies land 1941 Turner John acres laud 7 80 1urpin Will 9 acrea land 550 Truitt Rebecca 260 acres land 22 56 Winkler Frank 26 acres land C IC Witikler Simpson 2 town lots ii iO Young Margaret 7 acres land 3 YOUUR James 7 acres land I 65 Yates No 5 White Asberry Jas II 25 acres land 5 O Allen Mart 2 acres land 6 35 Abner J Tevis 2 acres land 4 80 Adkins Neal 10 acres land 5 90 Asbell Etta Ethel 1 town lot 7 16 Barrett Steve CO acres land 5 03 Burnell Lyman 30 acres land 7 50 Brewer John C 30 acres land 8 75 Crawford Geo Wnr70 acres land 415 Cornelison Jas L 337 acres land 61 40 ChaR teen John 8 acres land 5 80 Coleman Doshio 43 acres land 4 65 Odes Lucinda 80 acres land 7 20 Fox James M 12 acres land 6 05 Gentry Darril Wur 5 acres land 4 65 Holloway Mrs E F 2 acres land 2 80 Joinsou SehuyJer 16 acres land 7 25 Jones William II 2acres land 8 35 Jackson 0 P Sr 20 acrts land 5 65 Kain James 1 acre land 3 05 Lamb John W S3 acres 6 30 Lainhart Sidney 15 acres land 4 4j 30iMcCormick E JJ 105 acres land 35 05 Mnrrell Will 17 acres land 630 Powell W R 1 acre land 4 45 Parkes William D 20 acres land 7 80 Paynei Daniel 4 acres land 4 50 Powell Will 50 acres land 6 15 Powell Hudson 4 acres land 4 46 PIRK William H 20 acres land 5 90 Pritchett J J 130 acres land 16 95 Perkey Win 66 acres land 5 05 Stivers J W Ii acres land 15 05 80SettleBattle Sherman 70 acres land 90 15TurpIn 25IYates Elna 150 acres land 110 10 Glade No6 White Anglin Mae nr 1 town lot 12 25 Anderson Charles 21 acres land 20 40 Blazer John acre land 10 10 885Ballard 65BarnellBarclay Mrs Mary 100 acres land I 15 55CombsCombsSB Ir 25i Caldwell Horace 00 acres land 6 30 Oochran Robert 40 acres land 22 55 Campbell Wm J 12 acres land 20 80 Cr ech John 7 acres land 10 95 Coyle W D tu 75 acres land 5 50 Davis Ennis 32 acres laud 14 60 Dailey Winnie 1 town lot 7 20 Dizney L M in 70 acres land 7 75 Duncan Robert W II 50 acres 4 25 Eitson Robert 7 acres land 4 30 Fowler H II 10 acres land 5 03 Fowler H H 1 town lot 6 95 FowlerS J 1 town lot 755 Golden H 1 town lot 15 05 Gay Frank 67 acres land 6 30 Gay B H 20 acres land 6 30 Hall J W 1 town lot 16 45 Hudson Dan Estmer38 acres land 2755 Hart Mrs Lizzie Sacres land 12 75 Harrison W L 1 town lot 16 45 Hardin Mrs Lou 1 town lot 8 45 Harris T J 5 acres land 5 45 Hunter Joe 1 acre land 5 05 Hays Lucy 25 acres land 5 SO Hazelwood Harry 1 town lot 0 95 Kirby Davidson 1 town lot 15 20 Linville J T 1 town lot 4 90 Lunsford Sam 15 acres land 4 80 Logsden Emma 26 acres land 4 G5 Martin Susan 27 acres laud 9 80 Mason Mrs Bettle 1 town lot 8 4 OggCI 1 town lot 36 90 Parka Richard 10 acres land 7 55 Parsons John Etn 19 acres land 7 15 Quinly John S 8 acres land 5 65 Rutherford S 1 town lot 6 25 Ramsey A P 101 acres land 20 20 Smith T M 5 acres laud 13 Smith W D 1 town lot 8 80 Stigall James 1 town lot 9 90 Scrivner J T 1 town lot H 80 Stotel Will 1 town lot 16 45 Stokely Hannah 91 acres land 14 SO Todd Joe E 19 acres land 4 so Taylor Frank 13 acres laud 7 55 Vanwinkle Bamiett 18 acres laad 13 30 Vamrhn Lewis F 27 acres laud 8 90 Vanwinkle June ni 1 lown lot 13 05 Woosley Mrs Sallie 13 acres land 4 65 Wilson J C 2 town lots n 45 Waddle W T 35 acres land 12 55 Wilson George 33 acres land 5 05 25WaddleKirksville No7 White 90Miller60Mastera COPaint53 20 40Raybnrn 45RossSearcy Mrs Jennie town lot 8 40 00TusseyMillion No8 White 35Age30BrysonBurtonWoodsons Heirs 20 acres land 05Burton80ConleyClark R L 20 acres land n 55 110Estes35Floydti5Gibeon70luglIesJams2oacres 75HughesHill Elizabeth 5 acres land 3 35 90lIughes3 25 Howard Barbara 13 acres land 3 35 25Ky10075 IbLowery5 30 40LoweryMasters Walter 2o acres land 6 95 2145Moberly 05Murphy 15QuantRenfro Mrs Sallie ur Io4 acres land 1485 BOSurface9jSwafforsij loraylorFeater Mrs Jas C 48 acres lattil P flo Ftldor TT T 83 acres land 7 Ho vR4gv Xrs rAm Uirs J MIre 8 14 A i Vincent Cnperlcn ur 8j acrea land 17 45 warren Jno M 20 acres land 3o So warren Boon 4 acres land 5 o5 whtaker Alice Heirs 12 acres land 335 whltaker will 11 acroa land 7 8 Young John It Scores land 8 oB Richmond No J Colored Alford Eligah Heirs 1 town lot 5 35 Jtallard Wince 1 town lot 4 80 Burnam Jno C nr 1 town lot 4 80 Ballard Squiro town lot 6 40 Bennett Cam town lot 4 SO Black Sallio 1 town lot 0 45 Barnes Susie and billie 1 town lot a hallow Pattio aero laud 4 75I Banks Joe 1 town lot 3 Boggs Harriett 1 town lot 3 la Bronston Sake 1 town lot 4 Breck Bell town lot 8 70I Burgin Martha Heirs 1 town lot 4 Chambers Geo 1 acre land 4 Collins Sam 1 town lot 6 65I Covinglon Sarah Heirs 1 town lot 4 35 Clay Lizzio 1 town lot 18 75 Clay Susan 1 town lot 5 45 Clay Jerry 1 town lot 4 80 Crutcher Lizzio 1 town lot a 75 Cobb Malindi 1 town lot 0 50 Craig Malinda 1 town lot 5 85 Chenault Tobe nr 1 town lot 4 85 Delaney Jno W 1 town lot 5 40 Daniels Lucy town lot 4 25 Embry Julia A 1 town lot 4 25 EstillTena 1 town lot 3 70 Estill Robt L nr 1 town lot 3 15 Fife Mary E 1 town lot 4 80 Fife Martha 3 Town lots 8 35 Francis Dock 1 town lot 7 20 Gibbs Mary 2 town lots 430 Green Geo 1 town lot 0 50 Hill Nathan 1 town lot 5 95 Henderson Dave town lot 11 75 Hislo Andy 1 town lot 7 05 Haley Robt 1 town lot 9 40 Harris Jarrett 1 town lot 8 SO lull Wyatt 1 town lot 4 85 Irvine Joe S 1 town lot 0 50 I 0 0 F Lodge 1 town lot 20 45 Jones Richard town lots 5 45 Jackson Bettio hews 1 town lot 315 Jarman Robert Sr 1 town lot 6 55 Kelly Fred 1 town lot C 55 Martin John nr 1 town lot 4 30 Miller ThosBJr 1 town lot 095 Moore Minnie Heirs 1 town lot 4 30 Munday Perry 1 town lot 3 10 Mason Millie 1 town lot 3 15 Martin Elbridgo 1 town lot 4 85 Martin Irvine 3 acres land 5 80 Uuncy Sallie 1 town lot 3 15 Phelps Jennie 1 town lot 10 05 Phelps Sophie 1 town lot 4 30 Phelps Nannie 1 town lot 5 10 Palmer James Sr town lot 7 05 Parks Shelton nr 3 town lots 10 05 Smith Cassie 1 town lot 5 45 Smith Scott 1 town lot 4 85 Stone Minerva Heirs 1 town lot 3 75 Sherman Mary 1 town lot 4 85 Smith Pauline 1 town lot 0 05 Smith Ellen town lot 3 75 Tevis Cassio 1 town lot 5 45 Turner Maryor 1 town lot 3 75 Tyo Wm 1 town lot 5 40 Walker Ed 1 town lot 7 90 Willis Al 1 town lot 5 95 Walker Toms Heirs town lot 4 30 White Narcis 1 town lot 5 45 Wingflold Millie 1 town lot 5 45 White Home 1 town lot 4 85 White Rose 1 town lot 3 15 White Ellen town lot 4 95 White Dave 1 town lot 5 95 White Adm Luke Williams 1 town lot 660 White Sarah 1 town lot 3 15 Willis Lizzie 1 town lot S 45 Walker Elias 1 town lot 4 85 Wright Mariah town lot 4 85 Yates Margaret town lot 5 15 Yates hattie 1 town lot 3 75 Foxtown No 2 Colored Arthur Mitchell 30 acres land 13 00 Bontloy Gco 12 acres land 11 15 Chenault David 7 acres land 6 35 Chonault Charles 7 acres land 25 Chenault Lotchor 0 acres land 6 25 Chonault lIen 5 acres land 10 Chenault Dean 51 acres land 2145 Chenault Elizabeth 2 acres land G40- Chonault Cy 15 acres land 875 Fox Robt 35 acres land 1205 Fox Mrs John 8 acres land 530 horns Smith 20 acres land 055 Hill Stove 2 acres land 505 Jones Perry 20 acres land 695 Million Mark 2 acres land 505 Oldham Willis 25 acres land 1005 Stone Henry 15 acres land 990 Smith Joe 2 acres land 520 Shearer Jako 7 acres land 675 Shearer Jack 7 acres land 505 Taylor Lyman 1 town lot 550- Turnor James 19 acres land 1050 Taylor Susan 3 acres land 315 Walker Caroline 00 acres land 980 White Robt 5 acres land 675 Williams Rolius 1 acre land 505 Union No 3 Colored Brock John 28 acres land 870 Brock John 8 acres land 505 Chonanlt Jane 0 acres land 305 1100FoxGentry Jotf nr lacro land 335 Orubbs Will 2 acres land 140 Gentry Mnttio 1 nero land 325 halt Abe nr 9 acres land 335 720Morgan 1005StoneElliston No 4 Colored 95Bates50Cobb75Dunson10EllisonGilbert Lewis 25 acres land 0 95 05IrvineMoran Jako 2 acres land 0 30 95Oldham 35ParksRobinson E M 17 acres land 8 15 40ToddYates Taylor 10 acres land 6 05 Yates No 5 Colored 395Collins255Cornelison 505ChenaultCornelison Howard 29 acres land 730 Cornelison Will 1 acre land 505 075FloydFitzpatrick Frank 4 acres land 505 505Munday 505StoneGlade No 6 Colored 405Burdett505Bennett465Uronuugh 465BurnamBrooks Jas 1 acre land 615 550Brooks 900Best405Boggs980GornoilisonChenault Bon 1 nero land 480 480Campbell 576Farris405PiCe5505Fifea35Franc565Jenlry 440UallHUmll11or 505MartinMoran Jako 2 acres lnnhI n n 30Miller90Millor55Phelps80Peyton 40RicoUose Anderson 1 acre pn4 g 05 Scott Joo 1 agro lflrl b firCr JIW 19t01 CSin4 t Rubbers Overslroes I S Should FIT PROPERLY to Give Satisfactory r Wear Our Overshoes Fit Largest Stock to Select From Rice A ArnoldTRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE Shearer Marion 12 acres land 5 90 Shearer Bird 1 acre land 4 40 Shearer Jno 1 acre land 5 05 Stone Emily 0 acres land 3 35 Tevis Henry 2 acres land 6 25 Tribblo Troy 4 acres land 4 40 Vaughan Allen 2 acres land 4 40 Walker Spence 1 acre land 5 05 White Koda 25 acres land 5 85 Wilmore Sallie 1 town lot 6 50 Wilmoro Goo 7 acres land 5 55 Walker Porous lacro land 3 a5 Walker Martha 1 acre land 3 36 White Peter 9 acres land 5 75 West Squire 7 acres land 470 White Mary Lie 45 acres land 28 05 Whtie Ida M 33 acres land 15 03 Warner Robt 1 acre land 4 80 White Coo 12 acres land 6 75 Walker SlClair acres land 5 05 Kirksville No 7 Colored Baxter Edna 5 acres land 3 35 Baxter Ed 32 acres land 15 20 Duerson Harry 17 acres land 8 80 Embry Wyatts hrs 8 acres land 8 45 Hayden Geo 10 acres land 19 10 Haynes Caroline 75 acres land 20 40 Million Cynda 4 acres land 4 05 Merritt Green 5 acres land 6 75 Miller Lou 2 acres land 5 05 Smith Sam 1 acre land 5 05 Smith Pago 2 acres land 5 05 Smith Mariah 1 town lot 7 45 Turner Alex 32 acres land 11 45 Turner Sam 6 acres land 5 70 Million No 8 Colored Alvorson Arch 1 acre land 3 05 Burton Wm Sr 1 acre land 405 Creed Vica 1 town lot 0 05 Clay Madison 1 town lot 5 05 Einbry Tom 22 acres land 12 05 Finn Green 1 town lot 6 10 Fife Chas 23 acres land 0 90 Goggins Harriets hrs 55 acres 26 50 land 2050 Munday Alice 1 town lot 3 CO Munday Richard 1 town lot 4 80 Munda Scott 1 town lot 4 55 Schooler Violet 15 acres land 4 65 Willis Ike 1 acre land 4 40 Warner Irvine 1 acre land 3 95 Warner Same 4 acres land 3 35 Two Frankfort young men experIment- ed in growinga crop of celery this season and will net them over 2500 Amen Valley View Argent The Legislature Is in session at Frankfort It can do much for Kentucky by not meddlig with existinglaws For firstclass dental work call on Dr J It Pennington office next to Government building j12tf Dissolution Notice The firm of Douglas Culton has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Douglas retiring from the firm Those indebted to the firm are requested to call and settle those having claims will kindly present samo at office for pay ment j4t W II DOUOIAS C C CCLTOX Red Men Elect At the regular election of officers qf Floating Canoe Tribe Independent Order of Red Men the following officers were chosen Prophet Jas W W Rogers Sachem T CVaughnSenior Sagamore T W Keeves Junior Sagamore R E Million Chief of Records J E Sexton TrusIteeGreat Council C H Pigg Degree Master Jas W Wagers Tickets for the piano to be given by the Normal City Laundry go with every order for laundry j122t Tho tobacco barn of Sam Baker near Paint Lick was burned last week It contained several wagon loads of tobacco First Negro Suicide Edward Kirtley a negro well known in this city committed suicide in the Lex- Ington jail Thursday Kirtley was a school teacher and for some years lived in Richmond lie was educated in the colored school here and also taught here Some time ago he was arrested for selling teachers examination papers and was under bond at Frankfort He was en route from Frankfort to the West when arrested This is the first case of a negro suicide in this section of tho country at least we fail to recall another Kirtloy will be remembered by many Richmond people Deputy U S Marshals Short and Mays brought in from a Jackson county raid a complete moonshine still and throe pris oners named Conrad Raider and Fields A Nice Remembrance Friday evening at conclusion of City Council Mr Emil Lohrisch arose and in neat speech presented to exMayor Caronce E Woods a handsome silver handle silk umbrella a gift from the members of the Fire Department In his talk Mr Lohrisch paid tribute to the splendid work of Mr Woods while tho latter was Richmonds chief executive and told of the deep friendship the mem bers bad for him In accepting the gift Mr Woods made a neat and characteristic talk and told how he had striven to servo the people in a perfectly fair and impartial manner Tickets given with every bundle of laundry at tho Normal City Laundry en titling holder to chance on floe piano ar HIi1f You May Need ItAsk your doctor about the wisdom of your keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house ready for colds coughs croup bronchitis If he says its all right then get a bottle of it at once Why not show a little foresight in such matters Early treatment early cure We pub Iuers lib our formulas TTo banish alcohol from our medicInes We urge you to yourdoctor Many a boy is called dull and stupid when the whole trouble is due to a lazy docIgood They keep the liver active Made by tho J C A7er Co Lowell 21w Railway Mail Clerks Wanted The Government pays Railway Mall Clerks 800 to 1200 and other employees up to 2500 annually Uncle Sam will hold spring examina tions throughout the country for Rail 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 over 18 in City or Country can get Instruction and free information by writing at once to the Bureau of Instruction 340 G Hamlin Building Rocherter N Y- PUBLIC LAND SAlE As agent for the White heirs I will sell to the highest and best bidder on the premises 5 miles south of Richmondand 14 mile from Caleast on the Silver Creek and Menelaus turnpike o- nThursday Feb 10 1910 at 10 oclock A M 73 840 Acres of Land owned by the late Wm H White This land is all in blue grass his not been plow ed for 25 years it is fine to bacco and hemp land has good tenant house well water ed and fence Joins the lands of W H Hendren Dave Sim mons James B White Jas Butner and C G Coy TERMS Onethird cash onethird in twelve months onethird in two years with lien retained On land at 6 per cent interest until purchase money is paid Possession given on day of sale John D White Agt Public Sale of City Property Tho undersigned will as the agent for be devisees of the latoll B DillinR ham offer tor public sale on Wednesday Jan 19 J9JO the following two parcels of land Said land will be sold on the premises First A tract oUand containing a bout twentyflve acres frosting the Four Mile Road on the East side there of and running back Eastwardly and lyIng between the right of way of the Railroad Company and the Terrill lines Second A tract of land containing about half an acre of the opposite aide of said Four Mile road from above tract aad adjoining the Co ored Cemetery propertySaid will be sold for one third of purchasa money cash one third in one year and one third in two years Deed will be made and possession giv en on the day of sale Survey show lag exact quantity of land will also bf had fpi0I U 4I- JQfQtt l f ft8f i 4 How to Cure Skin Disease This is the question that has baffled the medical profespion for centuries A great many medicines have been exploited for the cure of skin diseases without much success Most of these remedies were salve or greasy lotions While they might give temporary relief they did not have the power to destroy the germ life that causes tIme disease You can now obtain from Perry Thomas the druggist a clean vegetable liquid remedy for external use that that will give prompt relief and permanently cure eczema and every form of skin or scalp disease This remedy which is known as Zemo cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease It can he used freelv on infants Perry Thomas says Zemo gives the best satisfaction of any medicine he has ever sold for the treatment of all diseases of the skin or scalp 15- tfPublicSale As Administrator of the estate of G G Mason deceased I will offer for sale publicly on the premises on the Rich mond and Lancaster turnpike near Paint Lick Madison county on TuesdaYtJan 18t10 at 10 oclock A M the following property 3 milch cows 15 young cattle 00 ewes all bred to good bucks 1 bluegrass seed stripper hay rake mower wagon and a lot of other fann- Ing tools Terms made known on day of sale R C Mason Admr Public Sale I will offer for sale publicly on the premises on the waters of Galloways Creek about 3 miles from White Hall on Saturday Jan 15 f0at 10 ocjock A M the following 1 pair aged work mules 2 good buggy and farm horses 2 weanling mule colts 1 weanling horso colt 1 No 1 milch cow 2 calves some fat hogs 2 sows and pigs two section steel harrow 1 2horSe wa gon 1 J I Case riding cultivator good as new 2 turning plows 2 double shovels and 1 single shovel plow and other things too numerous to mention Wagon and plow harness two buggies and harness one stack of oats and about 4000 tobacco sticks- Terms made known on day of sale Sale will be held rain or shine Ce F WOODS RED HOUSE KY Report oi the Condition OF TIl- EFarmers Bank DoIng business nt Kirksville county of Madison State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 2Sth daof December 1009 RESOURCES Loans and discounts with one or more cndorsers as suretyn 4 3922 M Real estate mortZtleann 4ltil 49 Call loans on coUatemLnn 30100 H Due from National Hanks ZUH5 30 Due from State Banks anti Bkrs Sl U S and National flank notes 0411 00 peclcoro52 Overdrafts aecuredtOOver-drafts unsecured 3HS SI Real estate banking house 2400 00 Furniture nnd fixtures 2500 Totolunn 33017 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in Cast u S 15000 Surplus Fundnwn ro Undivided Pmfltsu SS Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paidn Sl14379 Total u n SUSG07 07 ctCountofNadison I II S Newlon Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief II S NEWLOX Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by II S Nevrlon the5th day of January 1910 J T COY Notary Public Ny Commission Expires Feb 151910 CLAY DLA Ell N IDirectors1IILBOXLEY Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farmlands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenault Atty 09if Richmond Ky High Price For Eggs 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 The Best Homes Are Kinds Report of the Condition of the Waco Deposit Bank countyKyDecember ISO- VREsouRcEs Loans and discounts with one or more endorsers aa Inrctu S 28SB iReal estate moftgnscsn J8JW3 3s Call loans on rollnleraLnn lJ Time loans on collateral UKI US hondsUOther stocks bonds etcnDue from National h nkln 21141 25 Due from State banks anti banks Due from Trust omPRnmV S nod Notional Ilunk notes 21H to Specleu u UBMH Checks mill other cash Items S3 Kxcliuncc for deeming licuFe 01 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts tuu ccuredLun IB Taxes unnuuuuCurrent expenses pldun flK 59 Real estate bnnklnc house 1J77 ia Other real estntennnFurniture and 1ixturet 21 IS Other Assets not included in any of above heads n 00 TotalnunrLIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash ISyKB Surplus fundhunltoom Undivided protltsnuuunJJIiFund to pay toxesnntIODeposits subject to check on which interest Is not paid 61SS Deposits subject to check on which interest is luddn W 00 Demand certificates of deposit on which interest is paiduu to Time certificates of deposit on which interest is paidn 00 Savings deposits on which inter est ispalduhhnnneoCertified checksu nunIIIline Notional hanlsnoHue State banks and hankers M Due trust companies W Cashiers checks outstanding HI Notes and hills rediscounted t 0 Unpaid dhldemlsuunfTaxes due and unpaidnnoHilts payable m Amount of unclaimed deposits on bnndnnnnnuuuhOther liabilities not included un tier any of the above heads 00 Total 7159 l 4 4 State of Kentucky County of Madiso sct Ir i I K M Rowland ash icr of the a named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief R N Rowland Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of January 1910 My 1510VntG n MOORKS C 1 mARCY VARDY TAYLOR Directors Bungalows I See Our Plans We Material Furnish theITo Build Them All Lumber Sash Doors I I Flinloid and 2ply Felt Roofing ToddEdwards Lumber Co f Phone 100Corller Main Orchard Richmond Ky Removedi We take pleasure in announcing to our customers and frrn4sr l ttenpled by J B Walker and are now ready tor business and will be glad to see you We cordially invite you to our store whether you wish to buy anything or not come in and get oc quaintcd with our new location and see how you like it We extend to one and all our many thanks for their patronage antIt courtesywhich they have shown us In the past We are now better prepared to show you outline of goods than ever before more room more light and a new line of goods to start with1 So we hope to have the pleasure of waiting on you and con tinue to furnish you your clothing shoes and mens furnichlnga C We have jnst finished taking stock and find we havo a good many suits and overcoats on hand yet Our manufacturers which we buy from have snipped us a lot of fine suits audjovercoats to close out for them at a big cut prtce and while they last you will find great values at this store in winter goods and we will continue to sell everything in winter goods at great rout prices Prices cut lower than ever before So if you need r a suit or overcoat trousers shoes hats or furnishings of any kind dont fall to call on us before you buy Wo have values to offer you that have no equal Make our store your head quarters while in Rlehmond we insure you prompt attention and polite treatment The best and newest line line of mer Jchondlse and the lowest prices quality considered R member the place the corner store of Second and Main L JS STANIFEfeOF gpQl J U f IA=obr r f J r9 i = F U RNI TU RE BENNETT and HIEU- NDERTAKING G IN S OUR COAL BUrNS Brightly Readily Steadily Its not wasteful coal Its not dirty coal Its not clinkerful coal Its not slateful coal NEED ANY Telephone UO The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sate A trial order will convince you that ourd is a little better than you have been Jettil elsewhere and possiblyles Full Weight or Coal Forfeited BroaddusS Vaughn Orchard Street b Ilim8 Cement Etc n We lire here to cater to the trade ol the town and country Citizens give a trial J B SANDERS de CoI 12 8tf Phone 57 Torturing eczema spreads Its burn ing area every day Uoans Oint ment quickly stops its spreading in etantly relieves the itching cures ii permanently At any drug store Watch Lost Lost Wednesday on street in Rich mood ladies gold watch initials B S Reward for return to this office or to MM J B Sanders For Sale Privately two store houses one cc cupied by Taylor OMham Hardware the other known as tliH Racket Store both on Main St J E Greanleaf- tf Executor Strayed From Kirksvilla Friday night Dec 17 buy mare with blaze face three white feet mane slightly gray where collai rubbed Will give 5 reward for returr to me about 2 miles from Kirksville HEXKT WHITE Notice for Parole Notice is hereby given that applica tion will bo made through tho propel channels for parole for Jesse Hatton now confined in tho Kentucky penitentiary on tho charge of murder Jan 3 1910 S W FIFE Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of George Million deceased wil present them to me properly verified on or before Feb 1st 1910 or same wil be barred Tnos JEKKDJ- Sl54t Admr of Goo Million decd Notice To Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of C O Chrisman are hereby noti fied to present same to the undersigned on or before Feb 3 1910 properly proven as required by law or same will bo barred BJuett- j4t Assignee Notice For Pardon Richmond Ky Jan 5th 1910 Know all mon by these prescnets that 1 Geo W Settle will in the near future apply to Augustus E Wilson Govenor of Kentucky for a pardon GEO W SETTLE For Sale Privately Since the death of my father who at tended to our jack stock I find I can not give them the attention they should have and attend to my office I will therefore sell privately tho fpllowirg stock nine Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years old All well bred C ready for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from 1 colt to aged jennet well bred 5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Ca1on or ad dress me at Richmond Ky l5tf Roy C WHITE FarieyMarcb ate now selling I H t3 t t r- r 1 Around Town IoloTon iglit Sunny Side of Bromlway Saturday Matinee and nightSt Elmo Xoxt Tuesday night Graustark Tho grand jury meets next month Keeping all your good resolutions ll1 ccllfjiag ami dodging bill collec tors is all the stylo just now Dadl1HornDr J R Ponnington dentist Office next to Government building j2lf Dogs will bo dogs and for that reason they are out of place in the city Seo tho new Massachusetts Mutual Life Policy at Breck Smiths j2m At tho Judy sale at Kirksville a jersey cow brought tho recordbreakinj price of 833 The county botnl of supervisors is in session and giving tho work close am jaroful attention J C and D M Chenault have moved their law office to rooms over Stockton Sons drug store Is your property insured against fire Bettor see Brock and Smith and take a policy j122m Piano absolutely free to tho winner in Xormal City Liiundry offer It is a fine mo and worth working for J1221 Senator Bradley has introduced a bill in Congress providing for a SlOOOOOpub lie building at Lancaster Movers are still busy Its a wise old jwl who can now toll where all tht itichmond people live Tho sum of twenty thousand dollars has been raised to rebuild tho Shelby rille Baptist church recently burned At Somerset the drys have abandoned their contest of the recent local option election and thoboozo artists aro happy Breck Smith represent tho most reliable insurance companies and will bo glad to explain their policies j122m December 190D was tho coldest Do lember since that of 1870 Heres hoping it will bo 33 years more before there is another like it The bright and happy faces of little children lire once moro seen on the way to school after holiday Vacation Note that bright and happy olfcot Earl Curtis has purchased of Jcptha Chenault tho farm on FourMllo pike price private Tlio place contains 22t ares and is a most desirable one Lifo insurance is n protection that nc nan should fail to have See Breck x Smith and place your insurance in a safe reliable company jI22m SALESMEN WAJsTED to look after our interest in Madison and adjacent ountcs Salary or Commission Ad Iress The Harvey Oil Co Cleveland O The heaviest snow of the season foil Wednesday night In many places it Jrifted making tho roads almost im passable Tho average depth was ton inches If Winchester had voted dry quite a number of our citizens would have found it moro sati actor to transact business bj mail than making a trip to that city Tho Stanford Journal says there was not an arrest mado for drunkeness in that city during the holidays the first time in historyof the town Hpws that for local option M Stevenson who has conducted a grocery in the opera house building since 1905 made an assignment to lIon W B Smith last week Slow collections caused the failure Judging from tho many crowded coaches Tiauled by tho Land N every body is hiking fortho Sunny Southland It requires two immense engines to pull tho Southern trains and the coaches are always filled Alllionor to our ellicicnt policemen for keeping the depot waiting rooms free from loafers Richmond is one of tho very fow towns where idlers do not monopolize the depots especially in cold weather IThe Winchester City Council has from the citizens for suggestions This is something now as most public officials are worried almost to death by suggestions Its a poor citizen Indeed who cannot and docs not tell tho Cotin ciVoxactly how affairs should ba man aged Right J19W is thempst dangerous rrQt0Qt t9 r Cl am tn tlm fo flr s 1i y h11f rc21 ilthVllQgI ktMe1li l e ri I n IennYPboog JO for 25 cents rou positions at theSchlegel Stvflicy Jnua xcGauglley NYithcr snow sleet or rain can tho crowds away from the vaudeville openllouse Big Farm Sold soldtLof LondoniKy price 10000 Mr B has many friends and relatives in Madi son county Pretty Millinery Store Miss Kate V Schmidt has moved her millinery store into the handsome now building on Second St adjoining the electric light office and has fitted up a beautiful establishment Mark of Respect As a mark of respect to tho memory of tho lato Senator C F Burnam of adjournedWednesday to this effect was made by Senator Curetoir LOST Between Richmond and Union pike last Tuesday a pocket book containing glasses blank book and small change also calling cards and some letters Will reward liberally if returned to this office MTKTLE DAMCS j 12tf The Greenhouses Our people will bo glad to know that tio Richmond greenhouse will continue to bo conducted and first class service rendered Mr John Chrisman tho new proprietor is an expert and is a progres sive manlIo now has large quantities of roses and carnations growing New Dentist Dr J R Pennington formerly of Xicholasvillo has moved to Richmond m1 opened his offices next to the Gov jrnment building D r Pennington jomos highly recommended and the Xicholasvillo papers speak words of jraiso for him Farm Sold Wm Finny of Estill county has ought of Charles Tcrrili tho latters farm known as tho Win Harbor place and will move to same Tho farm con tains 310 acres and the price was 0750 jor acre Tho deal was made through fames Hunley tho real estate men Going Sonic Why worry about now factories rail oads or other industries if Richmonds jirth rate will only keep up to its 1909 coord A local physician tells The JHmax there were about two births tone death last year If this condition irevails Lexington will eventually be come a Richmond suburb Hit of The Season Though a special pull Manager Jixtcr of tlio opera honse has secured i date for Tho Sunny Side of Broadway vhich will appear in Richmond this Wednesday evening This is the most jopular musical comedy on theroad and icing written by a wellknown Kentuck an makes it all the moro popular in this oction A Great Sale Wo call especial attention to tho ad vertisement of N V White in this is jje Ho announces a gigantic clearance ale and will make prices regardless of ost The sale begins Saturday and will Jist only fifteen days Mr White gives just what ho advertises and our advise s that you call early and secure some of ho raro bargains No Vaudeville This Week Owing to tho fact that the local opera house has a run of cspccialy high class ittractions this week there will be no vaudeville or picture shows given Local theatre goers should feel very thankful to tho management for secur ing the attractions hero within tho next week and show their appreciation aking advantage of tho chance to see hem A Wise Transaction Last Spring tho city bought a pair of mules to bo used in tho towns hauling They proved of great value and saved much money for the tax payers When tho bad weather set in these mules wero sold at a profit of 45 and thus saving the enormous cost of wintering thorn This was awiso move and speaks well for tho thoughtfulness of Mr Deather go and the board of works Opening Wo request your presence at the Spring and Summer Opening of our Merchant Tailoring Department Friday ind Saturday January 14 and 15th The Griffon Tailoring Co of Baltimore will have their Expert Cutter with us lo take your measure and mako a largo display of the latest Foreign and Domestic Woolens and Worsteds This is your opportunity for procuring the best fitting best made clothes you have over worn A visit will bo highly appreciat ed E V ELDER- Uichmond Ky Board of Education The city Board of Education met last Wednesday evening and organized by he election of A D Miller as Chairman He made the following appointments of committees to servo during the year with tho exception of the visiting com mittee whicji is appointed each month Teachers and Examinations Taylor and Douglass Auditing Rico and Blantoh Buillding and Supplies Blanton and All man Curriculom Douglas and Taylor j Rules and Grievances Allman and Rico The board considering carefully the work of now additions to building to be mado and will bo ready to begin work asj soon as tho weather prom its Married Mr Lewis M toss of Kirksvjlle and Miss Forrest Denton of Paittt Lick wero married at tho residence of Rev JIugh McLellan in this city Tuesday afternoon Mr Ross is 1 prosperous business manor Kirks villo and Is widely known in this and Garrard counties His bride who is a beautiful young lady is daughter of R R Denton of Garrard and is very popular among many friends They left for a short bridal trip immediately after the cere mony Mr G L Stacy and Miss Jessie Arm strong both of Irvine were married In th6 parlors of Hotel Qlyndon Monday noon V fv Mr Crutchfield Th couple are poster youa peoplo of Irvhw and cam Mw jwt tot ttw twY Hy wj to lit ll Ir r lIPp X l rAFaitbfultv Gkf MCC E VopdiRitiriat ToIH Trust Clarence E Woods who served this city as Mayor for tho past fort years retired from office at last meeting of Jthe city council handing over tne reins of govcrmcnt to his worthy successor Hon Samuel Rice Before his election four years ago Mr Woods frequently stated that the height of his ambition was to servo as Mayor of Richmond His desire boin gratified ho immediately put his wholo heart into tho work of giving our people a clean admlnstratiort That he has succeeded in doing so no one will dispute During his term fo office Mr Woods problemscording to his best judgement and ab solutely without lear or favor It was due to his courage and firmness that tho saloons respected every law and were well regulated while no one will dispute thefact that itwas through the determine ed efforts of Clarence Woods more than anyones else that the local option laws have been observed to tho letter He be lieved in and insisted upon the strictest system of conducting the business affairs of the City and at any time it has been possible for any citizen to look at the books and see exactly how the public af fairs stood a condition found in few towns in Kentucky under the present slipshod laws of tho State In his eagerness for civic righteousness and a clean progressive City Mr Woods may have tread upon the corns of some citizens but Tho Climax is positive that ho belieVedJie was doing what was best for the greatest good to the greatest numbernnil not through any malice for such a thing us animosity is not to be found in his make up He lays down Ills official work with tho satisfaction of knowing that tho people appreciate his endeavors and are deeplygrateful for the part he took in making Richmond ono of the best towns in Kentucky Tho Clio max ono of his best friends joins in a hearty Well done thou good and faith ful servant It In New Quarters Yeagcr the jeweler has moved to his large now quarters on Main street He has moro room now in which to display his immense stock of jewelry diamonds clocks otc He is in tho Colby Taylor room Look Girls As our piano contest closes at four P 31 January 22nd we will as a special in ducement give free 000 extra free votes with each yearly subscription It is going to bo a close finish and every vote will bo needed so got busy girls Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butcher cattlo and largo and small veal calves Also fresh milk cows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Tele phono 484 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky j2tf New Moving Pictures A new moving picture show will open at tho Princess Rink tonight tho rink having been placed in good condition and arrangements made to heat tho build ing Burnsido Brothers are tho promot ars and they will give the best service to bo had They will make a specialty of throwing ads on the canvass and will make low rates for this Every now picture will be showntho house comfort able and youaro sure to bo pleased with tho entertainment Admission 5 cents Graustark Gra stark will be theoftering at the Opera House Tuesday tho 18th This dramatization of George Barr McCutch eons famous novel comes to this city wearing tho laurels given by our leading American critics for past performances This play is a realistic reproduction of the startling story that book lovers have raved over and tells in a decidedly dram atic form the romance of the Gallant American and the Royal Princess with a plentiful supply of humor to highten the effect Prices 25 to 100 St Elmo For fifty years or so St Elmo Au gusta J Evans novel has been ono of the mort popular books by a native writer It has always boon regarcd as a particularly charming romance of tho South thocrcationof a Southern author whose sympathy with her subject rend ered her work particularly effective This latest is tho workof Neil Twomey an author of experience and stage director of ability who acording to the man agement of thd play has prepared a drama that will appeal to the fastidious theatregoer The play is announced at tho Grand Saturday Matinee and night Prices matinee 25c and COc cents night 25c to 100 New Officers Elected Richmond Knights of Pythias have chosen the following officers for the en suing year Chancellor Commander H- It Tevis Vice Chancellor J P Mann Prelate Ed Warford Outer Guard Cloe Montgomery InnorGuard George Robb Master at Arms J D Adams Master of ItcordsIFinance R B Terrill Master of E = chequer C S Jossup Trustee J D King The order of Knights of Piuhias is agood thing and most people seem to think so Tho lodge is in a flourishing condition taking in now and desirable material at nearix every meeting It is composed of somo of our most promi nent and influential citizens and does a great mount of good Friendly Meeting Results In Two Deaths COKTBIBUTED January Court Day will bo veiled in mourning for tho rushing of two deaths into eternity Such fatal sensations are rapidly spreading tho world over through the medium of tho press thus giving a blood thirsty reputation to the state and locality of the crime This friendly meeting of two highly respected citl zens both vehicle and implement mer chants involved Mr Beacham Lackey a young married man and a son of ex Jailor JC Lackey and Mr H H Colyer exSheriff of Madison county who is known the world over as a peace maker The meeting occurred on tho crossing at Second and Water Sts and no person was near enough to prevent what seemed to booa determined trage dy Their fiery expressions almost as quick as thought fired at each other ro suited la two deaths in the commercial field and tho birth of the the aew vefatote combine of Lackey Col yer located at Donaldsons old stand trim ibe fiaeet mechanics are MR pJ y4 to wipply your wants reawMwMy cy Tkfl ytrt IiMtrf ti i l VV r r j I J A big clothing store like this selling all over Madison and adjacent counties must carry an ienormous stock in order to have sizes styles and colors to suit the hundreds of customers of widely thanf ican a way anyone season necessary to create a demand for this surplus and we uo it by the Power of Low Prices Cost is forgotten under the absolute 1 necessity 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 buiIdnot one reserved all go at these prices for Suits Overcoats and Raincoats 2250 cut I 2500 to 1875 IZ50 cut to 975 to 775 Sale Begins Monday January 1475Young January 15th Cash Only Nothing Anyone Out of Style Suits 500 Fine heavy all wool suits sizes 34 to 38 for Biggestbargains Boys Suits Knickerbocker pants sizes up J7 years all the latest styles g now 525 now 450 500 now 385 400 now 295 350 now 275 oys Overc oats at same reductions Boys SuitsHalf Price Broken lots of heavy winter suits sizes up theylast200 300 for J50 Boys Pants 250 Sizes 3 8 years heavy warm and durable Regular price 50 cents a The Tables Turned Wednesday a couple appeared at the county judges office to bo married and tho news that Judge Rodes Shackelford was to perform his first ceremony spread like wild fire In less than ten minutes his office was packed with his friends eager to hear eloquent word used in tioitig the knot Judge Shackelford has the happy faculty of getting back at those who attempt fun at his expense and this occasion was no exception to his rule Ho or the prospective and to before him and began Ho commenced at Adam and Evo IInd traced the history of marriage on down to date in fact was so elaborate and lengthy that of his audience tried to escape but not get away On he talked advised and counseled with no seeming intention of ending but there was no means of escape for the tired standing spectators Tho heaved sighs of different sizo he pronounced the couple man and wife but no stopping yet for Rodes he all to reverently bow he invoked a blessing upon the couple If the Lord gives that couple onetenth of the things Rodes for life for them will be one sweet song The prayer like tho previous portion of the ceremony at least half an hour and tho final Amen was reached those of tho crowd who had not fainted from ex haustion a wild rush for tlio door each and one determined never again to witness ono of Rodes core monies or to any moro pranks on him Dr J R Pcnninglon who has just opened next to Government build ing is an accomplished dentist Give him a trial j 13tf Handsome Memorial Tho Climax is deeply indebted for a of the handsomo memorial to the late Major C F Burnam just gotten out by his sons It is a book handsomely printed and bound containing a sketch of the lifo and work of the distinguished lawyer gentleman and statesman No Kentuckian was ever more highly thought of nor did the over pro duce a moro thorough Christian gentle man and the name of Major Burnam will go in history as a man who gave the best part of his life for the up lift of his State and the happinoss of him While the littlebook k highly prized by who rc Miv U copy of it yettiw voiuma was ft tM ry to cause kk 1aM ts to J tk l f 1 l I 1800 cut 2000 to to g to to every dered bride groom stand many could latter many when askod while asked lasted when made every play offices copy State down those about those kava Deaths l WITT Mrs Eliza Witt aged 07 died at her homo at Witt Springs in Estill county New Years day She was the mother of Mr Everett AVitt of this city and iwas well known and highly re spected lady She was tho widow of Wecden S Witt a prominent citizen who died about ono year ago Two ocher sons WmS and Millard are left Mrs Witt was a devoted member of the Methodist church PAKKISH Mrs Ellen Parrisli aged eightyfour died at her homo in Win chester Friday night Slio was widely connected having many relatives in Madison county She was ill for some time suffering from tho infirmities of ago Tho funeral services were conduc McCowjf Dr J W McCown aged seventyseven died in Richmond Va last Tuesday from a general break down incident to ago Dr McCown was pastor of the Baptist church hero for many years and was greatly beloved by our people Ho was a minister of marked ability and a man who did splendid work years continuously Mr A K McCown of this city attended the funeral Are you swing your coupons given on the piano by the Normal City Laundry Its a fine instrument and everybody has an equal chance to got it J1221 Council Meets The City Council met in regular session Wednesday night transacted a lot of minor routine business and completed organization for tho years work Aside from a little friction over tho Board of Works everything starts out favorably for a good years work and ashas been frequently stated in The Climax the people will bo given an administration of which all will bo proud Tho Mayor and Council are splendid business men and wo are satisfied can always bo relied upon to do whats for tho best to tho greatest number of our people It should be remembered that no man or set of men can do the best work when continually knocked upon so we trust and believe that thb new officials will not bo tho target for ad verso criti cism Encourage by sensible sugges tions if you want jresults Vut under lrquTl t n Qj f19 k o Fii it cut I I Mens Suits at U75 Former prices 800 to J25X Sizes J6 to 19 years Good winter suits not the latest styles but mighty good for every day wear Big Hat Sale Badly overstocked and need room More hats to select from than all other Richmond stores com bined All the new styles included Stetsons JO per cent discount All other hats as follows 500 for 375 350 for 250 250 for 175 200 for 150 150 for 115 100 for 79c Boys Keystone Neverrip Corduroy Knee Pants straight bottoms heaviest and best made 150 for too 125 for 90c 100 for 79c 50c grades for 35c allhappyCovington Banks WinchesIter bytwocityThoplllcoDr Corduroys Change at Meat Market Mr Charles Culton has purchased tho interest of his partner Harvey Douglas in the meat market 01 Main street and will continuo business iit tho old Mr Culton is an energetic standI young man who numbers his willimakopast goes without Some UlosyingI The entries in TheClimax piano con test are doing some lively soliciting this week and if you want your favorite to got tho handsomo piano get out and help her Only a few days remain now and a few votes may change tho result This is the best offer made in a contest and when you stop and consider tho valuo of ono of tho best pianos made you will see the importance of helping your friend inwinning it Remember tlio contest closes Saturday Jan 22 at I oclock Nipped in The Bud A clever attempt to break jail was nipped in tho bud Monday Jailor N U Jones had just released a negro prisoner who had served his term but the negro having no money asked tho jailer for a small loan In his usual kindness of heart Mr Jones produced and the negro surprised him by saying Well Mr Jones youvo been kind to me and I will ten you something you should know lie then told the jailer that saveral bars hall been sawed by other prisoners and a general delivery was plan ned for Monday night Nr Jones Inves tigated and found tho negro had tol d tho truth While all the prisoners deny any knowledge of tho work yet the devilment is attributed to a negro from Estill now behind tho bars All prison ors were placed in safe quarters and tho sawed bars are being repaired +Personals +Mr and Mrs Appleyanl liavo been isitIug the Gilbert family Mr 5t Wides left last week for a bus iness trijVto Day ton Ohio Mr James Burnside has returned from ab sin ss trip Bryantsvillo Mrs JS Collins is visiting hor daugh ter Mrs Burke in Covington Miss Blotee Million Iwwgcw to M fo nwrolt imtec ot HIQ tinier tfJI 3J500 J650 1700 to 122 warm Boys Prof E C McDouglo has returned from a visit in Ohio and Piltsburg Mrs Anna Wallace is visiting Mrs Cearles Higgins on Glyndon avenue Neal Bonnet is in Lexington tho llrrs of her sister Mrs Sam Bennett Mrs John Donaldson left last week for Florida to spend tlio winter Miss Delia Tinder of Lancaster has entered the Normal School in this city Miss Janio George has returned from Lexington and is again at The Climax Miss Lillian Powell of Xicholasville LackoyIFlorida where she will spend the winter visItingMiss Bessie Singleton has returned to Lancaster after a visit to her aunt Mrs Bybce Mrs M C Kellogg entertained at Bridge the past week at her pretty home on the Summit Mr W R Thomas of the drug firm of Perry Thomas is quite ill at the pl A C InfirmaryIhomo after teaching a very successfi school near Edenton Mrs Kellcggr who has been visiting he son Mr M C Kellogg has returned to her homo in Cincinnati Mcsdamos R E and G B Turley have been recent guests of Mrs Randa E Bronaugh in Nicholasvillo Mrs Thomas Smith andson Mr Mur ray Smith have returned from n visit with friends in Indianapolis Mrs William Wolls who has been visiting Richmond friends has returned to her home inXicholaville Mr P W Powell and wife left Wed spenllIMrs Bottle W Parrisli and daughter Miss Amy left last week for a sojourn of three months at Lakeland Florida Mrs George C Moore who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J H Azbill has returned to her home in Lon don Ky MrsJTHubbard and daughter Geneva JCoblo have gone to Auburdale FlaV to spcnd the remainder of tho win ter months Mrs William Matiek and daughter Mtae Liltiv who JMYf We guests of Mrr GIJ T ky Jwirtjwiwtl to Sti 1 i l Mr William Smith accompanied by his sister Mrs Julian Van Winkle ot Louisville is spending several weeks tit French Lick Springs Mrs James W Caporton and charm ing daughter Miss Jamie Caporton haw returned to Cincinnati after spending a few day with relatives hero Dr t W Harris and bride have gon to housekeeping in his residence on North SL and Aspen avenue Dr Harris will have his olllc at his resi dence Hon Jerry A Sullivan will go to Lex ington tomorKiw where he has been in vited to addressSsinass meeting to held in the interest of tho Womars School Sufforage- Mr Clarence Gray who for the past year made his homo in Richmond Wt last Tuesday for Lexington to residr While hero he mado legion of friends who wish him much success A certain Lancaster man was in towii f Friday wearing a smile as broad as a t canvassed ham In loss than ten days he will return and claim as his brid ono of Rchminds prettiest girls Miss Sara Rucker one of the success ful contestants in tlio Louisville paplrIcontest left Thursday for New York and suited Saturday for Europe and other foreign countries for a two months stay Mr X 11 Gentry who for n numbor iIndianapolisposition with tho W J Uughes Sons Co of Louisville and will travel in theISouthern states Mrs Wm Lnngford and family left last week for Doland Florida to join Mr and the lleftuntil SpringifSomerset TimesMr W M Tudor of Richmond who has been visiting his tnightand daughters who are spending the wln 1 tel there Lexington Leader Judge and Mrs fr J C Chonault of Richmond wore hero jChenaultpopular judges they over hat News comes from Indianapolis of ther iIIwell known here where as Miss Eliza both Miller she has been a frequent vis itor to herkinsman A T Millorandwrifc nrlrtfI9m1J tm i1uU nft- I t t r JAN UAR 1 ta f i c EL tJv1rrr SaleK t Begins afJanuary15 15 Days Thousands of Dollars Worth of Merchandise will be Sold at S r1TREMENDOUSLy LOW PRIeRS Tremendous Bargains 1 = rr rr J t f = c rl J J i= f= = ====x = == r a at r JJ + e + tYoall feel better alter taking De Witis Little Early Risers the safe pleasant gentle little liver pills If you would be sure of good results insist on DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve the original It is good for big cuts or little ones small scratches or bruises or big ones but its especially good for piles Sold by Perry Thomas jlm For Rent In the John G Taylor building two elegant office rooms either single or en suite Ware house on Orchard St and L and N Railroad Phone 292 Colby II Taylor The HOT BLAST AIR TIGHT To feel strong have good appetite and digestion sleep soundly and enjoy life use Burdock Blood Bitters the great system tonic and builder jlm For Sale House and lot and 8 acres of land located in Kingston this county 7 miles from Richmond The land is very fertile with good house and barn and all necessary good fencing and well watered This is a splendid with good school and churchesin a quiet peaceful village- J A Riddell Kingston Ky D W White Paint LickKy Executors Cash Moody ell3m Operated According yquired Yi Everything must gocost value not considered Tremendous bargains gigantic values many instances dollar buy muchas dollars under ordinary Past has proven that only way to effect quick clearing is to make startling reductions and every advertised article a bona fide bargain COME EARLY AND GET CREAM OF STOCK rfw I IIIE ZEIC BI outbuildings neighborhood VHJrTE9 3 Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE FAVORITE Or IMITATIONS GENUINE rnrrnnio BallardSnow Liniment LOUIS by The World Renowned and Only Absolute Consuming Stove Hn Earth THE WONDER OF THE AGE FlorencePatent Sustained by U S Circuit Court July IWfi Patent Sustained by U Beware imitations and unscrupulous people who claim to have a stove like or just as goodas Florence Uo no be deceived by such false claims and it out when toj lata Examine tile Florence carefully before you buy SOOT NO SMOKE NO NO CLINKERS EVERYTHING CONSUMED- At the end of a use with soft coal there will befino soot in the pipe or THE ZENITH OF STOVE PERFECTION The only jointless leg bottom and base with full radi ation and large ash pan that is on the or has ever been made in the interest of the stove The jointless leg bottom and base makes the stove air tight below the grate which is the only fire keeping principle- It will be as good a fire keeper twenty years hence as it is today The Hot Blast Air Florence will twice the space heated that can by any other stove on earth at one half the cost The only perfect heater that is or has been made All features are patented and no stove HK yearsfromtion for damages If the Florence is to Directions The No 21 will heat one small room all winter with 2 tons of slack or lump coal The No 49 or No 23 will heat 2 or 3 small rooms all winter with 234 tons of slack or lump coal The No 51 or No 25 will heat 3 or 4 all winter with 3 tons of slack or lump coal The No 53 or No 27 will heat 5 rooms all winter with 4 tons of slack or lump coal i The No 55 will heat a large store or school room with 6 tons of slack or lump coal For a church less coal will he re j1 Will burn a ton less of hard coal Base Burner of the same ifsize and heat twice the space Cvva or In one as two the a CHILDRENS TuNIC THE Co- ST MO Sold Perry Thomas Smoke 5 of NO DIRT seasons flue marhet industry true Tight heat floor nufaslurer rooms fe THE nOT BLAST AIR TIGHT FLORENCE burns soft coal or slack and all the smoke and gases No filling up of the stove pipe or flue with soot No dirt inside or outsider the house It will burn hard coal and all the gases which from a hard coal base burner It will burn wood and saw dust wet or dry It will produce onehalf less ashes than any stove on earth with any kind of fuel and leave no clinkers or half consumed fuel FOR SALE BY DOUGLAS SIMMONSf NOTICE Having purchased the Coal and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen ave we use this method to invite our friends and tho public for a sharo of their patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain JELLIGO COAL which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial order apd get acquainted with our coal and method of doing business SiHThoipeiCo is the Life ILtvE ITtiUUp Dont trifle with Kidney and Bladder trouble Take DaWitts and Bladder Pills as directed and you will at once notice satisfactory results DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are antiseptic healing and soothing Be sure to pet DeWitts Pills when you ask for them Refuse substitutes and imitations Look for the name on the package Sod by Perry Thomas jlm Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of T W Hudpins are hereby properly15th day of January 1910 or same will be barred December 7th1009- L S PALMER d224t Paint Lick Ky Theres nothing gaud for a sore throat as Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil Cures ina few hours Relieves anj pain in any part jlm The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 Best for coughs and colds is Kenne dys Laxative Couch Syrup It moves this bowels freely vet and there by drives the cold from the system It stops the cough Children like it and pleasant to take Sold by Perry Thomas jlmI E L WOODS President W C FISH Vice President- W G KEMPER Cabhier laukJfautt fifcfe ffo Capital and Surplus 2500000 When you sell your tobacco do not forget that the Peoples Bank has been in business over eight years has always stood byOits patrons and will appreciate your depositThe greatest inducement we can offer is SAFETY AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT Bread Staff of JlIthETOOZ lirAlways RaliabL Kidney Good Flour Brings Happiness toEvery Member of the Family After u careful inv estiga t ion we have found that the cole brated Ballardts Obelisk Flour is tits very his on market and have arranged to keep a largo stock on hand at all times In barrel Try it ank you will use no other- Burnside Robinson Office and Warehouse onL N R Ro PoNE 112a RICHMOND L a j r i r 7Jf i iI j Jrf r 5cit 0 tii ========t and Lasts gggjggH Kgt feHgr ra puuf ta ruunJUSLuuiuut eA l u sPrl c will circumstances experience IJ = = r sure the find ths lots We are Receiving the Choicest Lot of Evaporated Fruit 9 I The best Canned Goods and the cheftA cest brands oi Fancy Groceries e V make it a point to combine quality AJvJ Queensware Wooden Granite and Willow Ware Jv S WELL McKINNEY it GROCERS j- C Telephone 223 Y y i O o IU Dont get the idea into yout mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building Material Jllimiiimillllllllllllllllllllllllimimillllll Come in and letus convince you that ours is tnat yard your perplexities will endand your wants be satisfactory filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L k Depot Special PricesProm now until January 1 1910 I will make the fol lowing attractive prices on Groceries Rest Granulated Sugar 17 pounds for i 1 00 Tomntopsu ungcper can 3 cans for 23c Best COrnn8cper can 3 for 23c Sahnonercan ugeString Beans per can O- cSaroiues per box i 5c Table Peaches 11 I1 1012j and 15j Pie Teaches r 1 9c Dried Peaches Ms 3 pounds for 25c Whole grain IUcau r 3 pounds for25o Citron per pound2lc Pearl Flour 1 IT 90c Meal per bushel ii SOc Best Brass Wash Boards o = 25c Coal Oil per jjaHon Liu 12c Gasoline per RaUonn 15o Matches 3 boxes i I i iJJi 10o Lenox Sosp uu i i 4c Wyandotte Cleaner and OleaaserSSc size15eFre-sh Fish and Oysters every Friday and Saturday Call and see my Christmas Candies from Tie up JAMES B PARKECANT STORE Phone 624 FIRST STREETJ pc t k t k t lJ1W r2 t J Gigantic Values I Finest Food Products I i In Widest VarietyI 1 Tell me what eat and Ill tell you philosopherI tell i nest I quality and in widest variety What ever your tastes whether you like or prefer justiIrichwholesomeatingWe please you all with utmost care who We warrant the freshness and of everything we sell And the reasonableI try our j jElectaJ Coffeea coffee ollmproTed 4 itand drycuredalter 1iVc makes a delicious icoffeetanglsallthere aVOts01NOOkedI J J1 A cup in the 7your feet and make easier Sealed In still hot to preserve i I Tate and S o H I i Telephone 35 i Avoid Danger thetroublesdui that wellknown and successful remedy for wo men Thousands of women have used Cardui and anychancesremedy for women of all ages TAKE CARDUI It Will Help You JtU fenyenrscouldnotI have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sickwomen itAT ALL DRUG STORES JeoMlI11fis hellJlr Formerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor r Appartments over JE Sexton Phone 17 All Kinds of t4f RepairingSatisfaction i f Your Patronage Solicited r f jttE t5 7- v u L 4 lt t i 1 f1t t denc any t you tits Nash rae inter Lui EA 1 1 l 1 1 1 I i l G s- r iVV 1 i Its a ItI 0 t t 1 t Jta suITTrtTTTTTr Madison County Hardware Co1 r k3s- A1TjAiEERSJLE r ROR r Cooking and Heating Stoves t Farming Implements and jHardware of All Kinds j GIVE THEM ALLjL t 9 Barc g sw Lnimt-rLLt1 ran P2stivciy Cure eLsmatism3 Neuralgia Lame Back Oki Scares Wcmnds Spahlz Buses etc Give it a Trial and too Convinced Three Sbcs Price 25 BOc and 10- 0BUrt v n mETJWt3 c UtJLUOttf fropretor enjf07 tOUJS Snld ndRedPERRY THOMAS Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make your home as modem for your family as a city resi Jluce and place yourself in a position to Jet the latest market quotations an time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you anti your neighbor can g t for a sum that small compared with the belle lis received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tennessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line ra e If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately MississippiIEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated r George Englishi I i PLUMBINGDoctor li l 1GelS and Gasoline Engines I fi Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works I for country and suburban homes l Phonel619II RICHMOND KENTUCKYl+ GLOBE AIR TIGHT HOT BLAST w = + Li BY EST MIM KY And to You Must First the There Is no question about that at a1lfor the lame and aching back Is caused by a diseased con dition of the kidneys and bladder It is only common sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of the And lame and back are not by any means the only symptoms of derangement of tho kidneys and There are a multitude of wellknown and un indications of a more or less condition Some of these are for and unnatural lassitude and weariness nervous heart Ir rest scalding sensation and sedi ment In the urine Inflammation of the and etc beneficial results aro at once felt neys and lIvers to perfect and healthy condition even In d come ot the most advanced cases Burns SLACKor SOFT GOAL Without Smoke or Soot Heats the Space Heated by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Economical The kind to buy for service A Money Saver for People who a Good StoveTat an Honest Price See it in operation You will like it BO IXCLUSIVElsY W D Buckley Co STREET RICHMOND That Lame Back Means olKidney Disease Relieve the Lame and Aching Back Relieve Kidneys condition aching bladder mistakable dangerous Instance Extreme Irritability sleep1essness bladder passages BladderPills affectionsoperatedirectly effectuallybladder Double Neat want wE C DeWitt Co ChIcago Ill want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they Bre afflicted with kidney and blad der diseases to atonce write them and a trial box of these Pills will be seat tree by ratura mall postpaMv IfIlFtJr Sale by uiprvgg t iIIi1 i yearDaily3 months iiSemiAnnual Report OFTHE 5- wj lauk Wxuztcgn r v RICHMOND KY at Close of Business December 31st 1909 RESOURCES 99Overdrafts64ExchangesCash in vault 36680 00 48BankingOther real estate 15375 00 00EKpeTaxes 6 months 3115 17 Total I 704522 99 iSBILIIIESV 00SurplusUndivided profits 6 months i 15073 90 Individual deposits Ct 488244 83 95BankTotal Deposits 527449 09 Total 704522 99 In publishing this statement wo desire to again thank our customers for their intronage AVo invite thoie who aro not our customers to do business with us Wo believe that we can show you that it is to your interest to do so You see from this statement that we are able to furnish you with any needed accommoda tioa and wo assure you of our willingness to extend to our customers every ac commodation consistent with safety and good banking Wishing you all happi nsss and success during the now year wo aro Sincerely yours STATE BANK TRUST COMPANY J A SULLIVAN Pres II n lUxoEB YPres L E TCKLKT 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 Come andsee how much you can buy for a little money To Close Out Corsets Gloves UnderwearHose Umbrellas A lot cf New Suits Today at a Price Silk Skirts A few carriedover Suits 750 to 20 Ladies Sweater Cloaks StoJO My expense is cut down twothirds What does that meanto sell goods at a price for CASH ONLY J B Walker io From Arctic to Tropics in Ten Minutes No oil heater has a higher efficiency or grcater heating power than th- ePERFECTION Oil Heater Equipped with Smokeless Device With It you can go from the cold of the Arctic to the warmth of the Tropics in 10 minutes The new Automatic Smokeless Device prevents smoking There is no possible question about it This means greater heatpower a more rapid diffusion of heat and a sure conversion of all the heatenergy in the oil h In a cold room light the heater and in 10 minutes youll have a glowing heat that carries fullcontent Turn the wick up as high as it will gono smokeno odor In everything that appeals to the provident and the fastidious the Perfection Oil Heater with its new automatic smokeless device decisively leads Finished in Nickel or Japan in various styles Every Dealer Everywhere If Not At Yours Write for Descriptive Circular to the Nearest Agency of the STANDARD OIL COMPANYIncorporated 175RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Cams Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations Self preservation is the first law of nature but self sacrifice la the first law otgraceD1s1opEugen Uusscl- lIIendrixot Missouri Methodist Christian Service- Men have learned that the timehas arrived when a Christian may serve God fully as well In the primary as In the prayer meetlug lSev C C Pierce Baptist Los Angeles Cal Liberty and License The constitution of the government of God Almighty proclaims life and liberty but if you turn b1B liberty into license there will be punishment Rev G Marsh Congregationalism PlttsburgIngredients of Happiness Rejoicing and glorying are the high est expressions of happiness Faith hope love and service these are the Inner and Immortal Ingredients of hnp piness Bishop Samuel Fallows Re formed Episcopal Chicago Character Maker The church Is tim conservatory of high qualities in character It is not a ticket office for heaven but a maker of character The church prepares us for harmony with God Bishop J II Vincent Methodist Indianapolis Ind Things That Make Life Fragrant The gentle traits the modest quaIl ties the quiet tastes the unobtrusive deeds the unselfish attitude the little attentionsit is Just these little things which render our life fragrant Rev A S Isaacs Hebrew Paterson N J Civic Virtue The happiness of the republic depends on the virtue of its citizens Po litical health Is as important as physical health Religion is the guiding star of nations as well as of individ uals It alone can safeguard liberty Bishop Conaty Roman Catholic Wor cester Mass Strong Evidence For Christianity There Is one evidence for Christiani ty against which there Is no argument against which men make no attempt to argue and that Is a true Christian man It is what we are ourselves that will help other men to believe Rev Dr William T Manning Episcopalian New YorkCatechism The little child that is familiar with his catechism is really more enlighten ed on truths that should come home to every rational mind than the most profound philosophers of pagan an tlqulty or even than many so called philosophers of our time Cardinal Gibbons Roman Catholic Baltimore Power of Gods Life The divine life Is progressive As the first sweet strains of the organ grow at last into a swelling tide of heavenly harmonies whose grandeur thrills and enthralls our Inmost being so the lire of God in the human soul may rise to unlraagined richness and fullness Rev Austen K De Blots Baptist Chi cago Character a Byproduct Ennobled and enduring character cannot be directly made It Is a by product of useful practical activities Men strive to be good and true in their dally lives The surprising result Is that glorious manhood that is the final effect of such living What men think purpose do that they become Rev A B Beresford Univorsallst CincinnatiHow to Win Victory The Christian church If it be true to Its Lord must first heartily believe and then proclaim its faith that not by might nor by power but by the spirit are victories won The task that Is set before this people is to prepare for themselves the weapons with which the great contests are fought and by which they are decided Rev Lewis T Reed Congregationalist Brooklyn How to Be Happy The springs Of happiness are within They are moral and spiritual in their nature It is hard for the mother in her round of trivial duties for the teacher In the wearying monotony of the schoolroom for the workman in the deadening routine of dally labor to be buoyant and happy But all can be if they will and they ought to will so to be We must draw our resources from ourselves filled with the spirit of God who wills our happiness Bishop Samuel Fallows Reformed Episcopal Chicago Protector of the Weak The true religion Is that which rec ognizes helps and protects the weak Too much is it the spirit of the times that might Is always right and the weak are always wrong This prin ciple of conduct is best Illustrated among the nations of the earth The Jewish religion docs not teach such rules Christianity teaches to pity the weak Judaism teaches to help the weak so they may become strong It is our belief that civilization is no stronger than the weakestDr Emil G Hirsch Hebrew Chicago Christian Amity The unity of prayer and worship Is Just as essential to man as his labor union is Man needs the incentive and help that come from congregational worship If he Is a true man he also Is glad when they say to him Let us 50 Into the house of the Lord Un less a man wants to lose his grip on the real things of lifo let him see to it that lie meet his brother men in the house of God Lot him hold to this fact He meets his companions In his social hours to become better ac quainted to weld more closely his ties of friendship Can he find anywhere a better place to become acquainted with himself and his God than in the church of Jesus Christ There Is spin itual strength In Christian amity Rev Alexander S Taylor Reformed Episcopal Chicago i PIANO eONTESCLOSES- January 22nd Girls Hustle and bring in Your Votes The handsome Piano goes absolutely free to the young lady re ceiving the most votes TheCJimax Printing Co te0 C u J1 i Hit Gtroerty essald the tired looking woman UI have a very generous husband anti this Is the way he gets that reputation The other day I worked and slaved In the kitchen for about ten hours mak ing Jelly It was my first attempt so I had considerable trouble and burned my fingers about seventeen different times It turned out pretty good bow ever and of course I was proud and delighted That night I put sonic on the table for dinner and husband got enthusIasticNext he was visiting a sick friend of his a man by the way quite able to buy anything lie might want and whose wife never lifts her finger On leaving Sir Generous Husband goodjellysome Ill send you up half a dozen JarsNow wouldnt that frost you or rasp you or whatever they say Half a dozen Jars After all my work to hand that Jelly over to a man whose wife Is too lazy to breathe I made exactly eight Jars so we will have one more unless he has already promised It to somebody elselew York Press Sunshine and Dust There Is more dust In the places Il luminated by the suns rays than In youlookthrough a window or a chink In the door you will see Innumerable dust lightYouthere Is Just as much dust In the non Illuminated parts of the room as In the more favored spaces but you cannot see the particles because the rays do not fall directly upon them You will think that this Is eminently plausible butIt Is not the case The sun falling npontbe air creates Irregular currents and these currents stir up the trust and collect It In layers along the line of light hence there Is more dust where the sun shines than elsewhere A cu rlous experience In a museum gave proof of this It was noticed that there was always more dust on the glass cases exposed to the sunbeams than on those which were never touch ed by the rays of the great orb and this led to an Inquiry with the above result Traced by a Thermometer One night many years ago Dr White law was walking along with the mes senger when he was set upon and knocked down In a lonely part of the road His pockets were rifled and he was left lying on the road with a fracture of the fibula One of the ar tides stolen was a clinical thermome ter with which he bad that evening taken the temperature of a patient suffering from enteric fever He re membered the temperature registered also that he had not shaken down the mercury before putting the thermometer back In his pocket and be communicated these facts to the police Some time afterward a thermometer registering the identical temperature was discovered In a pawnshop in Glasgow and by this means the police were enabled to track the doctors assailants and to arrest them In one of the Glasgow theaters Glasgow Medical Journal Shell Sculptors The workman manipulated the comb of pale translucent tortoiseshell like putty molding the top with hIs fingers into small balls You thought we carved shell hey he said with an Italian accent No no We heat it up and mold It We are shell sculptors He took three pieces of shell from a pot of steaming water and laid them very carefully one on top of the other In a press Shell is like slue he said These three pieces will weld together and not a sign of a seam will show Some times we weld nine four twenty pieces together I learned my trade In Na pIes I dont want to boast but we Neapolitans are the best workers in shell and coral that there are In the worldrhiladelphla Bulletin Her Transformation Irene was a little street waif A kind hearted woman called her Into her home one day gave her a bath brush ed her hair and arranged It becoming ly tying It with a clean pretty ribbon then stepped back to view the result A friend who was present remarked that there was such a change one would scarcely know that it was the same child Then the little girl spoke up timidly But my names Irene yet aint US Delineator Mr ODonnell and the Hour An excellent bull was perpetrated In the house of commons one morning at halt past oclock Mr ODonucIl was the author He rose suddenly to his feet and cut into the debate with At this late hour of the morning Sir Speaker Early hour you mean from the government benches Well Mr Speaker he continued at this early hour of the following day True Enough Irritated Citizen Arent you asbam ed of yourself going about with that street organ and leading such a lazy life Street OrganlstIazy life Why sir life with we Is one long dully grind = Echo He Lived Well He Yes he lives on the fat of the land SheWhat Js he1 He An anti fat medicine manufacturer Comic Cuts Lifes a reckoning we cannot make twice over You cannot mend a wrong subtraction by doing your addition rightGeorge Eliot An IndigestionRemedy Many people who are otherwise healthy suffer from indigestion or dyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive organs are the most important organs of the body it would seem that a dis order there is to be taken very ser Dyspeptics cannot cat the things they like food sours in the stomach then chronic constipation begins or as Is often the case you have been constipated nil along and the stools are forced and irregularBut Is no use letting Indigestion so until it becomes chronic and under mines your health It is good advice to suggest to you that you go to your drus gist and get a bottle of Dr Caldweu3 Syrup Pepsin the wonderful cure tor stomach liver and bowel troubles That Is what C Fowler of Carson City Mich did and he Is well today Others who did the same and are cured are Ida A For tune of Grand Junction Tenn D F Thompson of Shenandoah la who ac tualiy considers that It saved lila Ute You can obtain a EOcent or bottle of the druggist and taken according to dl rections it will probably be all you nl0 It la a liquid nets gently never gripes and besides the lazativa effect contains exceptional tonic properties which tono the stomach and that Is what tscs peclally needed in indigestion AU sufferers from indigestion who have never used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin I can obtain a tree test bottle by writing the doctor It will be sent direct to your home without any charge In this way thousands have to their own sat isfaction Dr CaldweUs Syrup Pepsin 131 the very remedy they needed to cure clcestion When onco you uso this InIremedy you wilt throw violent tablets salts etc away If there is anything Your aliment that you tI finflerstand or if you any medical advice to the doctor and ha will answer you fully There ta no charge for this service The address Is Dr WcCaldwell 500 Caldwell bid MonUcalio IH STOCJCrUN Jk HAG AN oclUSHosiery III pluhi and fancy effectsthe i guaranteed kind I3Vgth COVRICHMOND KENTUCKY =o Gold8Q Floral The Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do oetter work than ever before They have a large assortment f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call tad inspect their stock and wrk Satisfaction guaran teed Golden Flora James Hunley Vill buy or sellyour house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusjted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed For Rent Eight offices in the McKeo Mock Steam heat water and janitor service splendid location and very desirable Possession at once Also the storo room on Main street occupied by Charles Pigg Apply at onco R McKee Dr C H Mainhart Graduate Vetetinal liege Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANSi LIILD PROMPTLY Office at Vaujl c Samuels fctable Telephone RlUUMOND KY Kyriage Thrk 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 suffer five minutes with cronp if you apply Dr Thomas Ec iectnie Oil at OLCC It acts like magic r With Tn A r ch Of Win u Ladies tatnrally tnrnth irai ten jinn to reedle wark The long winter evenings are ideal doing fancy work Mis furI Itobfrts carries n full line Embroider stuffs and herstawl ins outfit ia complete Situ will be glad at any time lo fchow lion patterns Many beautiful Christ mae novelties Arc to be sent at her Shop When in tile need of Embroider Materials Stamping etc i call on Miss I Eva Roberts First Street L tt Our clothes cost no more than the ordinary Come let us show you No ol H iration to buyour pleas todayCozimegreeting awaits you at A BURTON Character in- CLOTHES T Iswhat lendsCbaracter tccn Are You Satisfied youbelieve s is the spins of tile agethis is nowhere more noticeable than in our Ciotlies- STYLISir BECOMING CLOTHES are an entree to the good opinion of others no matter on business or social mission if uNerchontCliarncterMHkinc Clothes bearing the stomp of individually will enhance your value Increase your ability and place you In the front rank of fortunesfavoritestry 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 dutytoproducedbyMaster Tailors and Designers SCHLOSS BROS CO of Baltimore and New York On Sale flee Only bySchlossand set the fashion in advance of the day they give the wearer tho su preme charm strength and confidencoAof being uncommonlywelldressed We have a splendid showing of nil the new stylos There are Business Suits Day and Evening Dress Suits and Overcoats and Raincoats hand tailored garments that are made in the finest possible way You must come in end try on one of these garments and you will then relize the dif ference between these and the ordinary clothes of the shops Tiesthe new kind that give and tone expressionIShoes the noblxjst patterns styles the best makes Try t = TO = J ot if z ltew QuartersWe 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 The Burton Water System r Watern Works l For Country Homes t By our Pneumatic Water System water I forced any f where in boos stable or yard for all domestic par poses and for fire protection Cool water and ice water need not be supplied to Mock in winter la Tank nnderiround no rceziiiz or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic ia action Air pressou lIen aod by hand pump windmill or engine SOld on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diploma at St tools Worlds lair Hundreds of our individual water works plants are in use We hare many tatters from these satisfied users and have published s of them in hook form It makes a beok of personal opinions a copy free Costs 575W strOblI according to your requirements Write for IIIICOI C WATER SUPPLY COMPANY erStylish The latest ltett amid cheapest plant for storing water underpressure alwii 8 reliable sure and safe Can be Imt in Itv your t self and operated by hand motor jraeollnc engine wind mill ami is the latest and beet water supply system This system is Ideal for fnrms country homes iiiliiirlmii places and can he adapted tommy Place condition or position These systems are the very lst If you want to fit up you pae modern and have all the latest improvement Splendid for lire protect your property Get n Burton System on your place nnd have baths and nil theI comforts of a city home The Cost is sllelit the benefit crat Sold By Richmond Motor Plumbing Company Incorporated 3Tlils cut shows a well with hand pump Holiduy11 Goods We have in our Christmas line of China and Cut Glass Odd Plates Salad Bowls of all kinds and prices Also some nice 12 and 10 piece Chamber Sets We have a nice line of Havilarid ChinaCups Saucers and Plates to match also Cake Plates and Odd Plates For a Christinas present Haviland China always suits Call and see our goods before Buying TT Covington Co Phone 72 West Main Street ji e r r MaJlisanCounp Hardware Go 1tkk CIIE DQum ERS 4f F5R c Cooking and He tingStoves Farming Implements and Hardware of All Kind- sTHEM r GIVE A CALLL iIJ IBalald9 Snow LinimentV JJQ cr Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back OM Sores Wound SprsuisSj Bruises etc Give it a Trial olti be Convinced Three Sic Price 25 HOc and 100 S Lr W1E4T CO JxMCS P biOLARD froprlctar i LOUIS BIS30URI Snld ndR Z0d IJpu PERRY THOMAS Rural Telephones residenceany time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which belletNashville Tennessee for information rej ardlnc our special Farmers Line ra e If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately Mlssis8ippi11uisianaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated i l i George English 1 1 l l PLUMBING 1 lDoctorfor tj Gas and Gasoline Engines I it Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works 1 for country and suburban homes PIone1619I l I i RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 GLOBE AIR TIGHT HOT BLAST Burns SLACKor SOFT GOAL Economical operation SOU IXCLUSlVEliY BY W D bkkico-E T MIN STREET RICHMOND KY That Lame Back Means L Kidney Disease And to Relieve the Aching Must First Relieve Kidneys There is no question about that at the lame and aching back is caused by a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder It is only common sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of the con dition And lame and aching back are not by any means the only symptoms of derangement of tho kidneys and bladder There aro a multitude of well known and un mistakable indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and wean ness nervous irritability heart irregularity nerves on edge sleep essness and Inability to secure rest scalding sensation and sedi ment in the urine Inflammation of the bladder and passages etc BladderPlUs affectionsthese organs These Pills operate UJelrbeneficial effectuallyperfectandof the most advance eMeII- Without Smoke or Soot Heats Double the Space Heated by any other Stove with half the fuel Clean Neat The kind to buy for service A Money Saver for People who want a Good Stove at an Honest Price See it in You will like it Lame and Back You the aU4or I50me EO DeWitt Co ChIcago IiI wAnt every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they we afflicted with kidney and blad der diseases to at once write them and trial box of t ese Pills wi1lM- Hat fte fcr return mall postid v IJcFrS tebr norugK k r J yearDaily3 months SemiAnnuai Report OF THE rI4 lank Si fest Jri RICHMOND KY S at Close of Business December 31st 190S RESOURCES 99Overdrafts64Exchanges00Dufromotherbanks20371 2100000Other00lixpeesTaxes 0 months 3115 17 Total 704522 99 i LIABILITIES 00SurplusFutid90Individuakdeppsitsfunds on deposit 31498 95 31TotalDeposiLs 527449 09 Total 704522 99 In publishing this statement wo desiro to again thank our customers for their usWofrom this statement that we are able to furnish you with any needed accommoda tion and wo assure you of our willingness to extend to our customers every ac conmodation consistent with safety and good banking Wishing you all happL nsss and success during the now year wo are Sincerely yours STATE BANK TRUST COMPANY J A SOTMVAN Pres II D HAXOEK VPres R E TUBLKV Cashier I A New Thing on 2d Street I din not move my stock of Ladies Readyto wear Goods into the Yeager building to keep them Come and see how much you can buy for a little money To Close Out A lot cf A few carriedover Corsets Gloyes New Suits Suits 750 to 20 Underwear Today at a Ladies Sweater Hose Pri e Cloaks Umbrellas Silk Skirts 5 to 10 My expense is cut down twothirds What does that meanto sell goods at a price for CASH ONLY JBWalkerIoI From Arctic to Tropics in Ten Minutes No oil heater has a higher efficiency or greater heating power than th- ePERFECTION Oil Heater Equlpped with Smokeless Device With it you can go from the cold of the Arctic to the warmth of the Tropics in 10 minutes The new Automatic Smokeless Device prevents smoking There is no possible question about it This means greater heatpower a more rapid diffusion of heat and a sure conversion of all the heatenergy in the oil In a cold room light the heater and in 10 minutes youll have a glowing heat that carries full content Turn the wick up as high as it will gono smokeno odor In everything that appeals to the provident and the fastidious the Perfection Oil Heater with its new automatic smokeless device decisively r leads Finished in Nickel or Japan in various styles Every Dealer Everywhere If Not At Yours Write for Descriptive Circular to the Nearest Agency of the STANDARD OH COMPANYIncorporated L A 175to RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations Self preservation Is the first law of nature but self sacrifice is the first law of grace Bishop Eugene Russell nendrii of Missouri Methodist Christian Service Men have learned that the timehas arrived when a Christian may serve God fully as well In the primary as In the prayer meeting llev C C Pierce Baptist Los Angeles Cal Liberty and License The constitution of the government of God Almighty proclaims life and liberty but If you turn this liberty Into license there will be punishment Rev G Marsh Congregationalist PlttsburgIngredients pf Happiness Rejoicing and glorying are the high est expressions of happiness Faith hope love and service these are the olhapIformed Episcopal Chicago Character Maker The church Is tho conservatory of high qualities in character It is not a ticket office for heaven but a maker of character The church prepares us for harmony with God Bishop J n Vincent Methodist Indianapolis Rid Things That Make Life Fragrant The gentle traits the modest quail ties the quiet tastes the unobtrusive deeds the unselfish attitude the little attentionsit Is just these little things which render our life fragrant Rev A S Isaacs Hebrew Paterson N J Civic Virtue The happiness of the republic depends on the virtue of its citizens Po litical health Is as Important as phys teal health Religion is the guiding star of nations as well as of Individ uals It alone can safeguard liberty Bishop Conaty Roman Catholic Wor cester Mass Strong Evidence For Christianity There Is one evidence for Christiani ty against which there is no argument against which men make no attempt to argue and that Is a true Christian man It Is what we are ourselves that will help other men to believe Rev Dr William T Manning Episcopalian New YorkCatechism The little child that Is familiar with his catechism Is really more enlighten ed on truths that should come home to every rational mind than the most profound philosophers of pagan an tiquity or even than many so called philosophers of our time Cardinal Gibbons Roman Catholic Baltimore Power of Gods Life The divine life Is progressive As the first sweet strains of the organ grow at last into a swelling tide of heavenly harmonies whose grandeur thrills and enthralls our inmost being so the life of God in the human soul may rise to unimagined richness and fullness Rev Austen K De Blols Baptist Chicago Character a Byproduct Ennobled and enduring character cannot be directly made It Is a by product of useful practical activities Men strive to be good and true in their daily lives The surprising result is that glorious manhood that Is the final effect of such living What men think purpose do that they become Rev A B Bercsford Univcrsallst Cincinnati How to Win Victory The Christian church if it be true to its Lord must first heartily believe and then proclaim Its faith that not by might nor by power but by the spirit are victories won The task that is set before this people is to prepare for themselves the weapons with which the great contests are fought and by which they are decided Rev Lewis T Reed Congregationalist Brooklyn How to Be Happy The springs df happiness are within They are moral and spiritual in their nature It Is hard for the mother in her round of trivial duties for the teacher in the wearying monotony of the schoolroom for the workman in the deadening routine of dally labor to be buoyant and happy But all can be if they will and they ought to will so to be We must draw our resources from ourselves filled with the spirit of God who wills our happiness Bishop Samuel Fallows Reformed Episcopal Chicago Protector of the Weak The true religion is that which recognizes helps and protects the weak Too much is it the spirit of the times that might is always right and the weak are always wrong This prin ciple of conduct Is best illustrated among the nations of the earth The Jewish religion docs not teach such rules Christianity teaches to pity the weak Judaism teaches to help the weak so they may become strong It is our belief that civilization Is no Itronger than the weakestDr Emil G Hirsch Hebrew Chicago Christian Amity The unity of prayer and worship is just as essential to man as hIs labor union is Man needs the Incentive and help that come from congregational worship If he is a true man he also is glad when they say to him Let us go Into the house of the Lord Un less a man wants to lose his grip on the real things of life let him see to It that be meet his brother men In the house of God Let him hold to this fact He meets his companions in his social hours to become better ac quainted to weld more closely lila ties of friendship Can be find anywhere a better place to become acquainted with himself and his God than In the church of Jesus Christ There Is splr itual strength in Christian amity Rev Alexander S Taylor Reformed Episcopal Chicago PIANO QONTESr CLOSES January 22ndiGirls Hustle and bring ioYur + Votes v The handsorne Piano goes absolutely free to the young Ipy re ceiving the nipst votes The Climax Printing Co Ii i i t a ttflII s A r i pits Gn rority Tev said the tired looking woman I have a very generous husband and this Is the way he gets that reputation The otbtr day I worked and slaved In tho kitchen for about ten hours mak ing Jelly It was my first attempt so I had considerable trouble and burned my fingers about seventeen different times It turned out pretty good how ever and of course I was proud and delighted That night I put some on the table for dinner and husband got enthusiasticNext he was visiting a sick friend of his a man by the way quite able to buy anything he might want and whose wife never lifts her finger HusbandeaysJelly the other day You might like some Ill sendS you up half a dozen JarsNow wouldnt that frost you or rasp you or whatever they say Halt a dozen jars After all my work to hand that Jelly over to a man whose wife Is too lazy to breathe I made exactly eight Jars so we will have one more unless he has already promised It to somebody elseNw York Press Sunshine and Dust There Is more dust In the places il luminated by the suns rays than In youlookalonthrough a window or a chink In the door you will see innumerable dust lightYouthere is Just as much dust in the non illuminated parts of the room as In the more favored spaces but you cannot see the particles because the rays do not fall directly upon them You will think that this is eminently plausible but it is not the case The sun falling uponthe air creates Irregular currents and these currents stir up the dust and collect It In layers along the line of light hence there is more dust where the sun shines than elsewhere A cu rious experience in a museum gave proof of this It was noticed that there was always more dust on the glass cases exposed to the sunbeams than on those which were never touch ed by the rays of the great orb and this led to an Inquiry with tbe above result Traced by a Thermometer One night many years ago Dr White law was walking along with the mes senger when be was set upon and knocked down In a lonely part of the road Ills pockets were rifled and he was left lying on the road with a fracture of the fibula One of tbe articles stolen was a clinical thermometer with which be bad that evening taken the temperature of a patient suffering from enteric fever He remembered the temperature registered also that he had not shaken down the mercury before putting the thermome ter back In his pocket and he com- munIcated these facts to the police Some time afterward a thermometer registering the Identical temperature was discOvered In n pawnshop In Glasgow and by this means tbe police were enabled to track the doctors assailants and to arrest them in one of the Glasgow theaters Glasgow Medical Journal Shell Sculptors The workman manipulated the comb of pale translucent tortoiseshell like putty molding tbe top with his fin gers Into small balls You thought we carved shell hey he said with an Italian accent No no We heat It up and mold It We are shell sculptors He took three pieces of shell from a pot of steaming water and laid them very carefully one on top of the other In a press Shell is like glue he said These three pieces will weld together and not a sign of a seam will show Some times we weld nine four twenty pieces together I learned my trade In Na pIes 1 dont want to boast but we Neapolitans aro the best workers in shell and coral that there are in the worldPhlladelpbla Bulletin Her Transformation Irene was a little street waif A kind hearted woman called her Into her home one day gave her a bath brush ed her hafr and arranged It becoming ly tying with a clean pretty ribbon then stepped back to view tbe result A friend who was present remarked that there was such a change one would scarcely know that it was the same child Then the little girl spoke up timidly But my names Irene yet aint ltDellneator Mr ODonnell and the Hour An excellent bull was perpttratwl In the house of commons one morning at half past I oclock Mr ODonnell was the author He rose suddenly to his feet and cut Into the debate withxt this late hour of the morning Mr Speaker Early hour you mean from the benchesI he continued of the following True Enou- ghtrrltntICitizenreut you asham ed of yourself going about with that street organ and leading such a lazy life Street OrganistIazy life Why sir life with we is one long dally grind Echo He Lived Well He Yes he lives on the fat of the land SheWhat is he DeAn anti fat medicine manufacturer Comic Cuts Lifes a reckoning we cannot make twice over You cannot mend a wrong subtraction by doing your addition right George Eliot An IndigestionRemedy Many people who are othcrwise healthy suffer from indigestion or dyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive or gans are the most important organs of the body it would seem that a dis order there is to be taken very seriously theylikechroolc constipation begins or as Is often the case you havo been constipated all nloa and tho stools are forced am- ilrreguar IndigestionImines your health It Is good advice to suggest to you that you go to your drug gist and get a bottle of Dr Caldvrell3 Syrup Pepsin the wonderful cure for stomach liver and bowel troubles That Is what C Fowler of Carson City Mich did and he Is well today Others who did the same and are cured arc Ida A For tune of Grand Junction Tenn B F Thompson of Shenandoah la who ac tuilly considers tht It savell his lire You can obtain a 50cent or ft bottle of the druggist and taken according to di rections It will probably be all you nu1 It Is a liquid acts gently never gripes and besides the laxative effect contains exceptional tonic properties which tono the stomach and that Is what Is es pecially needed in Indigestion All sufferers from Indigestion who hav never used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin I can obtain a tree test bottle by writlns the doctor It will be sent direct to your home without any charge In this way thousands to their own sat isfaction Dr CaldweUs Syrup Pepsin Is the very remedy they needed to cure digestion When once you use this grand remedy you will throw violent cathartics tablets salts etc away If there Is anything about your aliment that you dont understand orU you want any medical advice write to tho doctor and he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service Tlia address tfl Dr W nCaUlweU 3M Caldwell bidet MouI IlL 1xQcrnNIIL J j Hosiery F JttestSoc1tiesIn plain nnd fancy effectsthe I guaranteed kind ShirtsIn attractive patterns some row and sporty others plain the right tit D Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do netter work than ever before They have a large assortment if Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call md inspect their stock and wnrk Satisfaction guaran teed Flora James Hunley Will buy or sellyour bouse farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusjted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed For Rent Eight offices the McKee Mock Steam heal water and janitor service splendid location and very desirable Possessiou at once Also the store room on Main street occupied by Charles Pigg Apply at once R J McKee Dr C H Mamhart Graduate Veteitna liege ot Chicago Veterinary Surgeon CALLS ANb LIU D PROMPTLY OQco at Vaajl c Samuels Stable TelepnonoW RiUUMOND KY Works 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 Babywont suffdr five mInutes with oroup If you apply Dr Thomas Ec lectric Oil at oice It acts like magic With Tn Anroch Qf Winterl Ladies ratnrally turn th Mr alien tion to reedle work Thclone winter eveiiinpa are Went rrdoing fancy work Mis Eva Huberts carries n full line of Embroider stulls and hfirBtatn lug oUlfit is complete Site will be glad at any time to show her patterns Many beautiful Ohrfst thas novoUIe lire to be seen at her shop When in the need of- EflhltOhtIer Materials Stamping etc t call on Miss Eva Roberts First Street L i ii Our clothes cost no more Corneletcation to buy our pleas todayCotitegreeting awaits you at A BURTON LItCharacter Iswhat lendsCbaracter tc jVu n Are You Satisfied with tbe way yon look or do you believe in improvement Progress is the cpint of tbe agethis is nowhere more noticeable than in our Cotlies STYLISH BECOMING CLOTHES are nn entree to the good opinion of others no matter if on business or social mission If nNerchnutenhance your vnlue increase your ability and we will stake our reputation u lifesmonument of earnest endeavor that the wiltforeverto yourself to await and seek the first ad MasterTailorsand Designers SCHLOSS BROS CO of Baltimore and New York On Sale Hetc Only bySchlossand set the fashion in of the day they give the wearer the su preme charm strength and con lidenco of being uncommonly welldressed We have a splendid of all the new styles There are Business Suits Dayand Evening Dres3 Suits and Overcoats anti Raincoats hand tailored garments that are made in the fine possible way You must come in and try on one of these trnrnientK and you will then relizc the difference between these and the ordinary clothes of the shops 1nndkindw OLDHAM CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY ildn PNEUMATIC 6olden r in 1yIiia in- CLOTHES Clothesbearlnl fortunesfnvorltestry producedI i = hew QuartersWe 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 Ti harman Grocery Company n The Burton Water System Water Works For Country Homes tBy our Pneumatic Water System water h forced any where in house stable or yard for all domestic par poes and for fire protection Cool water ii smwrncr and ice water need not be supplied to stuck in wuii r Tank underground no icezicg or buntinr of pies Entirely automai in action Air prr cerierasd by hand pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL f Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our individual wirer works plants are in use We hue maRY letters from these satisfied users and have publish about tfiy of them in book form It makes a book of strcnz personal opinlcasa copy free Costs 7MB and up according to your requirements Write for full C WATER SUPPLY COMPANY advance showing The latest best and cheapest plant for storing water underpressure always reliable pure and safe Can be put in liv your self and operated by hand motor casolinc etijtlne wind mill and the latest and best water supply system This system is ideal for farms country homes iulmrlHiii places and can lie adapted tonny place condition or position These systems are the very best If you wont to fit up yon pare modem anti have nil the latest improvement Splendid for lire protect your property Get a Burton System on your place and have baths and all the comforts of a city home The Cost is slighttue benefit Is crat Sold By i Richmond Motor Plumbing Company Incorporated 3 This cut shows a well with hand pump Holidug I I Goods We have in our Christmas line of China and Cut Glass Odd Plates Salad BowlsIof all kinds and prices Also some nice 12 and 10 piece Chamber Sets We have a nice line of i I HaVilarid ChinaCubs Saucers and Plates to match also Cako JPJates and Odd Plates FopJfe Christmas present Ha vi land China abvivys1 suits Call and see our goods before buying cr T T Covington Co cj Pboae72Wesjiiiu Street v c 4e t J rf 0 r II I JiF Ii 4 4 rJ 1 12th great Loom End Be Clearance SaleaE r + + ZE AT + uJ=rEE1= ==l EL == = = r r tl- Our Biggest and Best Sale Dont Miss It The shrewd buyers op portunity You will see what you want and want what you see Come The opportunity knocks at your familydemandsthis 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 Madi 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 u better sermon or make a better basket than his neigh bor although he builds his house in thewoods the world will make a beaten 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 P = v JI 7Io iiIIi of 4earned we ror Or HANDLER And that is the CASH whicb the Loom worth Loom of the finest fabrics made in The citj sale and those jobbers and the all saved We we are offer our customers had the stuff and our being the first on the the start thousands upon dollarsin got pick choice aU Iigood seasonable bestmerchandise that will In otherbeof aU good lengths und big quantItIes Loom lands long remerabered You wont find words they cleaned up Look at the of We we our entire new stuff at Loom endlesstto few values but they be to you all over store each of sale all the necessaries may want SALE BEGINS SATURDAY Y JANY CLOSES JNY 22t Shoe Bargains You know we are sole agents for Queen Quality Finn Shoes ladies in Richmond You also know that manufacturers of Queen Quality shoes do not allow us to cut prices on a single pair unless we get special from them to do so Wo have arranged with them to allow us to cut prices this sale and you can buy for two weeks only Queen Quality shoes at low prices We have numbers of broken lots of Shoes in different sizes and priceshaveshort order If you are needing shoes dont fail to see this lot we em lit in any kind of a shoe you want at less than half tho the original all awayfromCome the first day and fit up family END BARGAINS We have sale ono of White Bed Spreads about 500 In lot large size regular 150 values Loom End Sale price ggc One lot White Bed Spreads full size about two hundred in lot worth fl regular price End price C9o One lot Bed Spreads cut corners regular 2 values Loom End t 125 for Red in Department They Mean Bargains You 500 Mens Laundried manufacturars 2nds in new styles stripes figures and plain white You can get 39canyOne lot of full size Bed Blankets 4 size in white gray tan regular pi ice 75 to 85o pair Loom End price One lot of xtrn large 114 Bed Blankets in white gray and and tan regular 125 values Loom End price per pair 75c One lot of flue all wool Blankets in white with blue and pink borders blue and white red and black and white price per pair f5 Loom End price ta 15 All our fine all wool Blankets that were formerly sold 6 50 to 750 and 8 per pair will sold during the sale in a lot Your choice for any you may like at gl 95 Every Department in this Mammoth ==r cG I = p r l Boys Clothing and In no department in the store we mad reductions Many of very bes clothing in small lots that we want to close ou lessthanCasslmero Knee Suits regular price f160 Loom End price 85c 13LoomfJ 25 g4Doom 196 100 boys Cassimere Knee Suits in the verybest brands all 1650Loom 2 88 One lot boys Cassimerc Knee all that wo sell regular for 50c 75a and fl per pair will be sold during the sale at 85c Ono patternsat 7y ltD J c f +1i IioC ro a o i J cx Busy Bee Cash Store = u BETWEEN CUSTOMERS iu 1 c f = r Notions onsets Bargains 200 Brussel in beautiful price 75c sale price 35c 100 fringed Brussels all pretty patterns size regular 125 sellers sale price 200 beautiful Velvet Rugs sizE regular price 2 50 saIl 1 2 200 extra Velvet Rugs size 36x72 regular t1 value sale price 2fi All wool Ingrain Cart remnants in lengths from 5 to 12 vards price Co 75c per yard sale price 39c I J 1000 extra large Huck Towels regular price 15s End price 8c 1000 extra line all fringed Towels in beautiful red pink blue and yellow plain white regular price 29 to 35s especially for this sale price 19c 200 plain white Hemstitched all pure regular price 25c sale 200 extra heavy end extra large bleach Bath Towelsf the same thing you pay 25c for sale pries unbleachedewide in legths 1212ct7jo Dont fail to see our Hamburg and and Lace offerings for is time to your em broideries especially when you can get them End prices You will sec redtagsthem imperfectionsbe sold during tho sale at less than half real value Dont miss them plaintlguresmean bargains for you If the clerks are all busy please wait on yourselves All goods marked in plain figures A square deal to allt t t fail to see our j h iSpecial Lots of PETTICOATS bought for this Salty J 100 black Petticoats with beautifulruf f full size wortl Loom tEnd pr- iceo9 C 500 Jadies Petticoats black and colors i 150 and 2 sellers size and beautifuUy- made End Sale price 95cHelp us to help you Come the where you get prices on everything bargains smiling from every corners 1I A 13iy Brg in Giving ale That will be the greatest feast for the leconomical housekeeper in the history v good old Richmond 7iI You what our sales mean Veij do not give you a Jot hot air stories to aget you to come and then ou miss this if stinct our goods and prices will tquickly convince you that you can get something for almost j nothing REMEMBER This is strictly a cash sale have reduced solow that l we most positively cannot afford to book them for any one In many instances prices are below the actual cost of pro and must have the cash 1i An extra force of sales people have been employed for the sale to Jto the wants of the multitude of the peo pie who will throng our store 1d ONLY ONE THE MILLS AND OUR Iokrt BUSY BEE STORE End Sales this Ends America for this sale mills Attend this save profitsthe the commission merchants broker for you have boughtenabled to during this sale values buyers ground when bell tapped to sale and of the values thousands varIetIes patterns In addition to the shall offer trashy shop worn dont want and through our store thousands red stock oftags prices have space mention ania of the savings IDreg tag will revealed the day the you 0 tEiIIIo i Boot and for permission during remarkably anybody co- stDont let yctir LOOM bought for this lot Loom White Fringed price Watch Tickets Negligee Shirts 10 and 49c plaids plaids regular for be Included Sale tf1 great have such sweeping the boys 50 boys of Pants sties fll0 Miscel fringed Mats designs regular Rugs bright good 75 2754 price pretty regular and Loom linen Damask bordenvalso bought Towels linen price19c Turkish this saleNow the buy at Loom their Dont Mercer ized 1 regular full Loom to store and of know Ito opportunity We prices duction helpattend I7A controls of the of thatu the 81x90 Every for O everyday 19c le in low Hosiery j tand Underwear CDS 1i 3JIf Our entire Hosiery stock has been marked down in price for this regulatstockmanufacturersco tof the raw material One lot of ladies black Hose manufacturers seconds regu= ular price 15o per pair sale price 7c secondsinEnd priceGeOne lot mens Half Hose in black tan and navy manufac lturers seconds regular price from 10 to loc pair sale price 7c One lot extra fine mens Half Hose in all the latest patterns all siviesfregular pricefrom 25 to 35c pair sale price 19c We can Fit any Machine you may use in Needles Shuttles and Bobbins Needles Shuttles and Bobbins for use in All Maker of Sewing Machines ofUnderwear savefromeach purchase J StoreiRV 777 77 u L 1