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J ti kctLon1 TtIE RICHMOND J CLIMAX iI Section I 3SRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19 1910 NUMBER 33s W D Oldham Be Cos 12th greatLOOM END AND CLEARANCE k iITHF ISale Begins aSATURDAYJan8 Saturday Jan 22nd at 1030 p m In announcing our Twelfth Great Loom End and Clearance Sale we feel free toassure our patrons that our bar gain offerings in this sale far surpasses any of our previous attempts of sale giving We feel that experience is the best teacher and 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 whogreatmay come Our Clearance Sales are business propositions which we know are worth your consideration If you need goods of any kind its up to you to come to come to this sale and save money We guarantee satisfaction with every purchase or your money will be refunded 7 = = z L Ft SL Y of of of of and of of all to ra yo = = 8 we you a Event you are to get all we and more time we are not than ever before but we as dp great deal more than even to goods to make room them to now y our friends chance to buy that will be in for come at a price raw In case the rice is far value the tIme ThIS IS an that you WIll not get m near future as price of raw is all will be higher we cared to do ing untIl next sell for more way carry goods from season to its a fact feel justly proud that we of the s we you cannot miss giving are to the lIve ones noW If by any chance this should be read some who does not care for a saving here a there in words If are dead please us Don come to lIfe on our account But If you in tunes should be in saving n part of their income come in and look us over Be us an to you clean cut saving each and item need If you find goods and prices want then we wont expect your t1 Richmond 11OOMEINDW- ID ALiir OJ DHAM tCr1rrr 1n Mon have a with us You will win before you start if you of our Sehloss Bros Suits made to fit and it now during this sale at almost onehalf price The very best suits go in this sale Nothing all go at Loom End Come fit yourself before your size 500 pairs Mens all wool Pants regular L60 to 200 price 99o 200 pairs Mens Fine Pants rcg 2 50 and 3 00 sellers Sale price 159 Mens Boys Youths Childrens and in all qualities styles cut almost in two In price this sale This will be our record breaking value giving Clothing Salo Dont miss it rgai ns 10000 yards Wm Simpsons black and Calico in from 1 to 10 yards reg price 7Jc yar Loom End price 3jo 10000 American blue Calico in lengths from 1 to 10 yards CJo value Loom End Sale price 3jo 5000 Wm and China blue Calico In lengths from 1 to 10 yards j value Loom End Sale 10000 Shirting Calicoes in lengths from 1 to 10 regular price 6jc per yard Loom End price SIc 5000 yards red and wine colored Prints in lengths from 1 to 10 reg price tile End price 3jc 15000 and Amoskeg Apron Ginghams in lengths from 21 to 10 yards regular price SIC Loom End pricoH 5o 5000 best French Dress Ginghams iu lengths from 2 to 10 yards regular price 12 l2c Loom End price 7Jc and Now hero is whore money pays double and in some cases more than double Every in the big storo has been cut halt In two in price and a great many where styles are so good have been reduced 23 of the original prices You can bring just a little money go homo with a Tailor made Snit Dont wait until your size is Come the first day get up then tell Many of the very best styles In Ladies Misses and Child renjI Cloaks all bought this falls business are yet unsold If have waited for this you have been Come and get them we have decided not to a garment- so prices must sell and we named the prices so low that you will be glad to take with Come ex pecting bargins in Ladies Tailormade Suits Cloaks and Skirts you wont be r H4 End 5000 yards nice light Outing Cloth in lengths from 3 to 10 yards reg ular 3 1Sc Loom End price 5c yards India Linen iu f rpm 3 to 10 yards price 8 l3c Loom End Sale price 5c 3000 yards India Linen in 3 til 10 yards price 1212c price i l3oS- CO yards nice Taboo inches 40c yard value in lengths from 2 12 to 5 yards io m- End Sale Uultons per dozen 212c rplus per Pins per paper per Pins per paper Ic Thimbles lo to get our prices on monSj ladles misses and big saying to you inthis department Got outLoom End Sale and Rugs Now is the to bu m and put away till percent off regular price A Sale It means hard cold that will be needed to buy and fuel as well as Dry for the of the winter End 2000 yards extra Hoosier in solid colors stripes and checks for mena shirts etc in from 3 to 10 yards price lOo yard Loom price7 a yards Wm Simpsons 35in Fercates in light and in from 1 to 10 j price from 12 l2o per yard Loom End price H c l2c 10000 yards extra Cloth in light and dark colors in from 2 12 to 10 yards price 12 Sale I 2a etc regular 10 to 12 1 2c sellers Loom End Sale price 8c You 5f 0 yards 32inoh Fancy long Ftwotth 2oc in a way in light grounds wilh pin stripes and checks Sale 1000 yards Corded Madras in white with colored and stripes in lenbihs from 10 to20 yards price 15o potjanl Loom price 9o CCO yards white Rap 36 fii 1 regular price 29 toSoc 1030 yards Amoskeg A C A Bed Ticking proof in from 6 to 9 yards o value price 12 l2o yards Donegal Linen in ored stripes and figures in lengths from 210 to 12 yards prho 153 price lOc 5000 yards Flannollettes for dresses and in blue and gray with small and stripes in lengths from 3 to 12 yards regular lOc value for712or = =b = ofliJry over goods from season to an other For this reason Our 12th Great End and Sale with the intention of making it the record bargain giving event in the history of Madison county Over Worth of Loom Ends every con ceivable kind was from the mills our buyers for this the est our Loom End Sales goodsRemnants Remnants Linens and Remnants Remnants and Remnants of Bleach Brown Cotton DraperiesRemnants Remnants all And small lots of otherkindsbought from the this great sale at prices far below the cost to miss of a life time save money Attend this sale Come early and stay late Dont miss a single price in any our great store They all mean for you Store closed day Jan 7 and get for the big sale = v Sale Begins Saturday January DAYS Bargain Giving SPOT CASHWhen promise Bargain sure promise too This only promising more intend in the past a our broadest statement leads you theyhadwinter and offer whIle they are strIctly seasna giving cUstomers and a merchandise demand months to in many eases below the cost of the material asked below actual goods at thIS probably agaIn the all material advancIng and goods of kinds If sot away season them money a regular However we dont one another and which we offer patrons nothing but goods present seasons productIOn why say afford this genuine bargain offering We talking by and other you pardon t are Interested and these everyone interested consistent study your own interests Give orportunity show a on every you dont the just what you patronage Clothing rgains smile buyone expressly you buy reservedthey prices the first and up Isgone Cashmere sale Cassimere and Suits Overcoats and half during LoonEnda lengths per yards indigo regular yards Simpsons American 6Jc priceH 3jc American Arnolds Loom yards Lancaster yards Cloaks Suits your suit not beautiful fitted yUrneighbors for vou sale carryover single them have them homo you disappointed r Loom Bargains ground value 3000 lengths regular lengths from regular Salo bleached Damask wide regular price23cPea- rl paperic11a- ir Ic- WhiteTape hill10Saf-ety DptJail childrcns Underwear- A prieesronCar- acts them spring AtcaV- 8il Cash ring Your Coin asavingof cashcash bread Goods balance Loom Bargains heavy Cheviot lengths regular End 5000 dark colors lengths yards regular bolt Outing lengths regular price7 OutingIJannel Red Price Tickets Bargains for regula prlce150 ground datrity figures regular End Tokio Poplino idc 3ard16o guaraneed feather lengths regular Sale Suiting col regular Sale and wrappers navy ground figures one we announce Loom Clearance breaking 1000000 purchased by great Towelings Ginghamsand Wasbgoods of Outings Flannellets Waistings of kinds manufacturers Shoes mills for manufacture Dont opportunity to ticket department bargains Friday mark down prices ready 13 Feast For to them ever the of opportunity them in over of That to one day gray yards yards yards and gone wife Strictly heavy Mean the for the 1000 Hat and Cap Bargains Wo have the exclusive sale in this city for the celebrated Haves Hat the regular price is f300 in every city in the United States C Our sale price will be 2 45 reducedMens f125 Fur Hats sale price f 95 Mens 1 50 Fur Hats sale price 115 Mens 2 00 Fur Hats sale price 1 59 Mens 2 50 Fur Hats sale price j 85 Boys ICO Fur Hats sale price 79 Boys 125 Fur Hats sale price S 80 1 51 Fur HatsBoys sale price 1 00 Mens and Boys 25o caps sale price 1J Mens and Boys 505 caps sale price u 30 Look for Red Tags BUSY BEE CASH STOKE Kentucky SHOEBargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains BARcAI N SP We have just received from a St Louis factory 1400 pairs of and child rents sample ofshoespatent leather vici kidand box calf in both lace and button rJJs lCl I rdCd ICfJ OJc 00Q rid cCj 00 1SAMRLELt200 pairs Ladies Patent Leather Shoes regular 150 and 2 quplit1Sample Price 9Sc 250 pairs Ladies Pat Tip Vici Kid Button Shoes regular 150Sample Price 9Sc 150 pairs Ladies Vici Kid Tip Button Shoes regular 125 and 150 Sample Price 98c 100 pairs Plain Toe Button Shoes 98er150 pairs Ladies Vici Kid Pat Tip Lace Shoes regular S150 Sample Price 98c 100 pairs Ladies Box Calf Lace Shoes regular SI 25 and 150 Sample Price 9Sc 200 pairs Chi hens Vici Kid Pat Tip Lace Shoes regular 150Sam1le Price 9Sc 150 pairs Boys Box Calf Shoes good for school regular 150 Sample Price DSc 100 pairs Misses Box Calf Shoes regular 125 quality Sample Price 9Sc SIIOES Our Bragetst Overshoes and Rubbers Respectfully to the Cash Trade V ELDER Its Building Time ft it 5 jl If you intend to erect a house store house 1 barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit 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 I a4 JEFF STONEL 3tnplt5 mtl 19ahti Ifiid Uc Capital and Surplus over 2500000 L Why We Advertise because we want you to know more about us and we want your business What Have We to Offer You r very convenience and accomodation that can be found in a well equipped bank a safe depository for all the funds entrusted to our care uniform courtesy nd considerate liberality in the treatment of our patrons Let us demonstrate how well we can serve you E L WOODS President W C FISH Vice President- W G KEMPER Cashier East End MillsJ B Sanders c Co Props Richmond Kentucky We are in the market for Wheat and Corn at the highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times Flour Meal SMpstuff thicken Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour We make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn to accomodate the far mers tradeOur Motto is Live and Lot Live1 Give its n chance and watch ns grow JoB Sanders 20Located nt It R Crossing on Irvine Street Pohne 57 Richmond Kentucky CLEARANCE SALE Begining EndingFebruary All articles on which we feel ourselves overstocked will be marked down to prices that will sell thaw 8 day Iron Clocks worth 1000 Sale Puce SJCQ S day Woad Clocks worth S4 and S5 Sale Price rcand 4 Brass Jar Jiners and Brass Gern Dishes worth 250 toSS Sale Price u 125 ioC5 Everything will lie reduced in proportion plendd opportunity to get goods of quality at bargain prices L E o IAN3EB- ig Watch Sign t j 210 Hain Streeto t rJi What a Poet Writes You never can ten whether poetry Is loaded or not snid a Columbia pro fessor descanting upon the muse and what a poet writes In the moments of his fine frenzy rotting may be suscep table of changes which would make knowwhencecouplet Help us to save free conscience from the paw Of hireling wolves whose gospel Is their maw It sounds like some kind of a fam ily poem doesnt It with paw and maw coming In to make the rhyme Do you Iningine the poet when he wrote the lines ever thought of the parents represented In such a homely way and how the meaning of the whole thing could be changed by changing the meaning of the end words of two lines Was he a begin ner Ob no he was not a beginner elussythingsmember he wrote Paradise Lost and two or three other pieces of considera gotIntotwo lines I have quoted close his sonnet to Lord lrotector Cromwell writ ten in 1652New York Herald The Southerner and Corn The southerner feeds himself his pigs sleptIntress made of the husks Today he contributes some of Its pith to the manufacture of gun cotton with which to blow the enemy to Beelzebub nod some more of it to the manufacture of cellulose to pack behind the armor of preventthempierce their plates He plants corn as early In the springtime as the season gointoroots with a double shovel plow In pipebefore bluehazeto Mondamln he returns thanks for the cornmeal In the cupboard and dreams happily of the rosn ear of the golden summer to come His ap cornIsous forms Is abIdhgLouisvIIle Cou rierJournal Argyll and Longfellow visitlogthpAlUerlcnn snttoglthlrsistently asked the names of the vari ous birds ho saw and heard Singing in the poets trees as well as of the tlow ers and bushes growing In his esten Longfellowogist and did not know I was surprised to find your Long soldtheacquaintance subjectWhy the bebeardMay ask how many languages you speak the American asked Certainly but one Mr Longfellow was time answer splr21x and translates freely from almost all the languages of Europe Rise of Russia In the history of Europe down to the middle of the eighteenth century Hus thekingdomman In the ninth century In the tenth tianity In the thirteenth clnl ry the Russians were completely overrun by khanFromered by Ivan who became czar in tin time of Elizabeth It was Peter tin rotthete IiG KtiroptKew Twk American s t s i BargainsBargains Bargains Bargains Bargains ladies rn 8 oO Oi trrn I e= Qa C= coI I Submitted E ChrlsllanIzcdl1doptln the Edge of NigKt There are only twentyfour hours to the l1ayto the day and the night And how few arc left to that quiet time be teen the light and the dark Ours is a hurried twilight We quit work to sl vp we wake up to work again We measure the day by the clock we measure the night by an alarm clock Life Is all ticked oil We arc murdered by the second What we need Is a day and a night with wider margins a dawn that comes more slowly and a longer lingering twilight Life has too little selvage It is too often raw and raveled Room and quiet and verge are what we want not more dials for lime nor more figures for the dials We have things enough toomore than enough It Is space for the things perspective and the right measure for the things that we lacl11 measure not one foot short of the distance between us and the stars if we get anything out of the fields worth while it will lie this measure this largeness and quiet It may be only nu owl or n tree toad that we go forth to see but how much more we find in things we cannot hear by day things long long forgotten things we never thought or dreamed before The day Is none too short the night noun too long but all too narrow is the edge between Dallas Lore Sharp In Atlantic The Real Napoleon At a review of the national guard at the Tullerlcs shortly before Waterloo I had for some time a most complete opportunity of contemplating thin es traordinary nelng His face Is of a deadly pale his jaws overhanging but not so much as I had heard Ills hair Is short of a dark dusky brown He generally stood With his hands knit behind him or folded before him and three or four times took snuff out of a plain brown box Once he looked at his walch which by the way had a gold face and I think a brown hair chain like an English one ills teeth seemed regular but not clean He very seldom spoke but when he did smiled In some sort agreeably He looked about himnot knitting but Joining his eyebrows As the front of each regiment passed he put up the first finger of his left hand quickly to his hat to salute but did not more his head or hat He had an air of sedate Impatience From Recollections of a Long Life by Lord itroughton Clearly Understood They seldom gave dinner parties nod those they gave wore small Rut they liked things done decently nod In order nnd generally had the best on particsbuttons and said to him Now John you must be careful how you hand round the wine Yes sir- These bottles with the black seals are the best and these with the red seals the Inferior sherry The best sherry Is for after dinner The lute rior sherry you will hand around will the hock after soup You understand hock and Inferior sherry after soup Yes sir perfectly responded the boy in buttons The evening came and with It the guests Everything went 01 swim mingly till the boy went round the ta ble asking each of the guests Hock or Inferior sherry London TitRJis When the Fairies Arc Noisy Among the Mowers which are said be very popular with fnlrfes are blue bells harebells and wood sorrel All these flowers ore used by the fairies to attract the attention of their friends youarebluebell or wood sorrel begins to tail In dflliate soft tunes you will biiuw lint the little flower is being sway fnl1yfllMIls nredsQ stud to be used by time alcks for cltlnuw but when the Ihtlltc iiiiitiwlsli to sound n refit resounding lat that shall awaken fruni slumber scour tfny friend in a nearby Dower bed urstilly6et bJyt11i91lv Q INti bill a file Richmond Climax rCBllSnH DEBT WEDIROU IT THE ClIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest nnd Mangr LOUIS LANDBAM Editor Mixber of PRESS and PUBUSIERS PBICE f100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JAN 19 1010 FOR CONGRESS We ore authorized to announce Hon IIAKVEV HELM of Lincoln county a candidate to succeed himself in Congress from this the Eighth District subject to the ncMon of the Democratic party Passing of the Organ Blower The organ blower Is passing He will soon bo like the armorer extinct said u musician Its a pily He was a quaint type Most of my blowers were simpleminded old chaps who firmly believed they must suit their blowing to the music In soft light passages they blew soft and light When the crescen dos thundered forth they worked fran tically blowing with all their might and main Often a facetious reporter on the local paper would refer to the excellent blowing of the organists assist ant Mr Bellows Then the blower In his vanity would develop all the affec tations of a PaderewskI or a Sousa Now hed blow delicately a dreamy smile on his lips his eyes half closed The music would change to a march and hed stamp his foot in time while up down up down the old bellows In time also would be jerked At a cli max his face would redden hed bend to his task and blow so fast and furious that the organ would nearly burst Philadelphia Bulletin Another Case of Faith I wrote a medical friend of mine In London about a curious discovery which I made recently quite by chance but which I shall never publish to the world through tine scientific Journals said a Brooklyn doctor last week Not long ago this friend sent me about fifty little dark colored pellets and he wrote me that they were a new combination of drugs that be had found particularly good In cases of brain fag He asked me to try them on my patients and report During the next month or so I doled out the pel lets to several of my patients who came around complaining of tired nerves All of them said that the med Icine did them a lot of good Yester throughinypellets from London Intact In the plain envelope In which I had placed them A hurried but anxious investigation disclosed that I had been administer ing to my nerve weary patients some galhIInadvertently on my office tubleEchange No Lie After All They were telling fish stories and at last the tall lank man on the crack er barrel said 1 went down to the river this morn ing and although the water was high almost to a flood 1 took a ten foot pike Stop there exclaimed the fat man with the corncob pipe Tell us you took an eight pound trout and Ill sit Idly by but a ten foot pikenev er Ananias died for less tint that I took a ten foot pike pole continued the unriiflled tall lank man on the cracker barrel and In less than lire minutes I hooked out a fifteen foot hiss See here See hero yelled tha man who owned the grocery Youll have to go way from here to finish that lie I haint got no llghtnin rod on this store ylt I hooked out a fifteen foot bass wood log persisted the tall lank man and I want to ash how much you think I kin git for It Not Aptly Worded An absurdly worded statement of a fact which was not In itself remarka ble recently tried the gravity of the listeners It was on the occasion of the funeral of an elderly woman In New England town She had left an old mother nearly ninety years of age and an only son who was well on toward fifty The services were conducted by a timid young clergyman recently settled over the parish After praying for many and various things he said And two we especially pant that the Lord will comfort and sustain In their Joss and sorrow One is the or phan who although no longer young Is an orphan still and must so continue The other Is the mother for advanced In years who has survived her daughter although considerably her senior Youths Companion Physicians In Japan Medical students in Japan must tare had eleven or twelve years of prelimi nary training In the lower schools No one may practice medicine who bas been convicted of a crinre All physi clans for the first ten years during which they follow their calling must keep full written records of nil their cases and they must not issue boast ful advertisements or claim the exclu sire right to any healing invention with a secret formula The Best Proof Little Ted seven JWJM old was sent to the bathroom for a good scrub be fore dinner but returned so quickly that his mother declared he couldnt possibly have waslnd himself He re plied Truly I did inotlnr and If you dont believe It you can Just go to the bathroom and look at the towelUelineator Cutting Miss HomPlrigh Perhaps you wont believe it hat a strange man tried to kiss me once illss Cutting Heady AVell hiM have Liven i strange man If hed tried to kiss you twice Illustrat Id tilts A Great Success First Young Wife Do you find it more economical ilmr to do your own cooking Second Young wifellh rertalnly My hiisiinml dnestiteal half so much as lie did London Punch To shock people Is often better UIMII to please then The nlnjoriiy of man kind need tin shocking Emerson TRAQE MORALNobody would have known the Good Samar itan kind act were it not for Our Saviours parable tie the home folks Good Samaritan Mr Merchant make this pa vpsr your commercial bible write your own parable and put It in our advertising jcol thi itieh In New mler We tavo moved into our now and more commodious quarters the Colby Taylor store room on Main street lind will be delighted to show you our superb lino of Watchest Clocks Diamonds Jewelry Silverware Eyeglasses Give us a call and see our largo display of goods and remember Our Prices are the Lowest Fe J11 Yeager JEWELER MAIN STREET S A merciful man Is not only kind to the dumb brutes that ho has the care of but also considerate of the feelings of the folks whom he associates with dally The philosophy of covering small fruits and flowering shrubs during the winter lies In giving them such shelter as will protect them from alternate thawing and freezing the result of exposure to the direct rays of the sun Carroll county Ind has n skunk farm on which there are at present more than 1200 of these odorous ani mals When the skunks reach a given ago they are killed and the hides sold The owner Is at present building a foe tory for the manufacture of fertilizer and skunk oil While one would suppose that the poultry raiser of the south and west where the thermometer seldom shows many degrees of frost had decidedly the better of It from the standpoint of weather conditions yet these same genial conditions result In an enormously Increased number of lice and mites which pester the poultry and tax the patience of the owner to the limit Experiments which have been car ried on by representatives of the fed eral department of agriculture nt the Ilninpnrt station In Alaska wlthlu the arctic circle show that every variety of spring grain tried ripens Its crop while winter rye and wheat survived the winters when covered with snow It has been found that both barley and oats ran be grown successfully In tho Yukon amid Tanana valleys Renders of the dally papers havo lately noticed the case where a num ber of thoroughbred racing buses which were assembled In a town of high altitude In the southwest were very seriously affected by the decided change In altitude some of them dy lug ns a result The same thing has beets noted in tbe ease of horses ship ped from the low attitude states of the Ohio nnd Mississippi to the higher levels of the mountain and 1aclflc coast states The fact is one that tho mover to the west and southwest would do well to take account of It does not take a largo measure of insight to realize that instead of In troducing new crops into this country which can only lit grown at a relative disadvantage ns compared with the conditions of climate jind labor under which they are produced in their na tive climes nnd in almost every In stance crops which require intensive care It would be just ns well if the department nt Washington devoted a good measure of its energy in such study of the agricultural labor problem of the country as will enable farm owners to handle more ndpquately than at present the work which they have to do and that with the most approved types of labor saving machin cry The second national apple show was held In Spokane tills year the latter part of November Some idea of its magnitude may be had from the fact that the three floors of the Washing ton state armory containing iu nil 100000 square feet and a steam heat ed tout iJO by 300 feet were requir ed to accommodate the exhibits Prizes aggregating 25000 wore offered the chief being 1COO fur the best ex hibit IIi the carload class which called for tkO boxes or 10 barrels of ono or more standard varieties Besides there were prunes for best box bar rel pyramid basket and plate dis playsFruit from nil the principal apple gruwiugsections was on exhibi tion and the show wnsconceded to be Kiiperlor to that of last year The to tal number of apples on exhibition was placed n t 2000000 One of the most practical as well as valuable phases of the work of the federal department of agriculture dur- Ing the past year has been along the line of helping tin southern farmer to help himself through the conduct of model and ccroperntlve farms more or less directly under the supervision of Its field agents This plan has been found most helpful dung the line of securing radical changes of farm methods which have been long In vogue The good work was Started six years ago with one field agent and one model farm Today there irefi2 field agents who exercise direct or Indirect supervision over GOOOO farms The result of the work hats been to secure u better preparation of the sole better varieties of seed more Intensive cultivation of the soil nail the production on the farms of the stun needed for the con sumption of both moan and beast While It is the practice of a major ty of milkers to sit on the right side if n cow while doling the Job the tester for i Gcnmiu breeding associa tion Inns made some Investigations in tegnrd to the matter which are nt least intciwling Hf has found that the rlht half of the udder produced 873 pounds of milk while the left produced only 803 pounds the milk from the right half testing 3t3 per cent butter fat while that from the left showed but 331 per cent The lures tigiior attributes thhl difference aU mcPtospluDlveIy io the fact that as most mllkenj are rlht handed 1 the right side rthl udder receives the bettor manipulation and tine milk glands air as a result better developed than en the left side In way correctlns this difficulty he otI mends getting the young cow foaled to being milked on nccusI tUc milker alternating his position whoa milking morning and evening HP contends that doing this would Im prove tlie fieldof milk ira a give Mtq kotft ttltaM glFtlktr 1395The FavoriteS- EWING MACHINE Has a complete set of steel attachments hardened bearing a flat tension needle tar 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 material and workmanship Makes a Valuable New Years Present fdr yt tUMANAND HIGGINS HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTUCKY- We are Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies for all Machines Notice I will stand my red boar bog at my home on Big Hill Avenue at 100 Money due at time of service I have some nice young boars big enough for service for sale 12 82m Wm B Turley Try Mary Patent Flour tom the Now Mill in town Phone 67 128tl J B Sanders Co H C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Gcner Public Prices Reasonable Sec him or write Union City Ky Ngt ATTOBNEYATLAlV 31CJHMOND KENTUCKY Jffice over State Bank k Trust Co opposite Court Honse on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building J G BOSLEY Physician and SurgeonO- ffice over Statilfcr k Sopors Rooms 3 and 3 Main Street ivyij r RICHMOND Office Phone 290 Res Phone 210 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block 10 D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW iiCHUOKD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burgin fi Den- nyDENTIST Over State Bank 8 Trust Company TKLBPHONB 2S6 Harry M Blanton DENTIST jarOfflce in Cennatt Bnlialn gamy TELEPHONE 196 fQ UJ v ttL FRESH OYSTERS IIGOODMBALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS ItlCCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco SecondRICHMOND KYComer Main and FRESH OYSTERS M winEsIn the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats Be sure and call me over phone before selling as I can you money M0WLffESTELEPHONE 363 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND Penny Photos Kyz 20 for 25 Cents Four P The Schlegel Studio v1 January and February Only so COME McGaughey Moberley The Best Homes Are See Our Plans We Material Furnish To Build Them All Kinds Lumber Sash Flinloid and 2ply Felt ToddEdwards Lumber Co Phone JOOCorner Main Ii Orchard Richmond Sterling l ikitlies ARETBE EE TfCLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not tr Shrink or Fadc 5Q years experience the factory Inasuits all sizes fromI smallest boy to tinr Fine Line New StylP4 Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit- Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for by h class goods JR B1 StoufferOldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond 3 i r i iIIIII r q Section 2 THE RICHMOND C1 IMAX Section VOLUME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19 1910 NUMBER 33 WALL PAPER Bftad is the Staff of HIS Good Flour Brings UILIBJODIUMS tTreaxHa iness to Every I prwaysHeDalJle Member of the Family After a careful investlga t ion we have found that the celebrated 1Bsiiard s Obelisk Flour is the very best on the market and have arranged to keep a large stock l on hand at all times in barrel lots Try it ank you will use no other Burnside Robinson 1 Office and Warehouse on L N R Rc w PHONE 142 RICHMOND ttf ChasE Douglas Geo D Simmons J W Death erage NOTICEF j This is to announce to you that Air James W Deatherage has purchased an interest in the firm of Douglas Simmons and the firm name to Simmons Deatherage rWeapd commodious quarters on Second street find our stock in t eludes everything in the hardware line We wish you a prosperous and happy new year We thank you for past pat nage and solicit a continuance of your favpB n DeatherageDouglas1 lie We S May Ma on 11Pattet t- IOc E i 7 he Right Way to get good work is datetneMy Cross ScanlonatA 1910 and it is well worth preserving Editor God laid upon my back a grievous load A heavy cross to bear along the road I staggered on till lo one weary day angry lion leaped across my way commandrhoIt slew my raging enemy and then It leaped upon my back a cross again I faltered many a league until at length Groaning I fell and found no further strength I cried 0 God I am so weak and lame And swift the cross a staff became It swept me on till I retrieved my loss leaped npon my back again a cross ICjachcd a desert on its burning track- I still preserved the cross upon my back No shade was there and in the burningsun I sank me down and thought my day was done surpriceTheI slept and woke and had the strength of ten Then felt the cross upon my back again And thus through all my days from that to this The cross my burden has become my bliss Nor shall I ever lay my burden down For God shall one day make my cross my crown Amos R Wells Editor Christian World The Meanest Man In Townie the one who always wears a frown is cross and disagreeable and is short and sharp in his answers Nine cases out of ten its not the poor fellows fault its his liver and indigestion that make him feel so miserable he cant help being disagreeable Are yon in danger of getting into that condition Then start at once taking Ballards Heroine for your liverthe safe sure and reliable vegetable regulator Sold by Perry Thomas jIm To Help Local Option Representative D C Edwards has introduced a bill in Congress to prevent the shipment of liquor from ono state to another that is from wet to dry coun ties If this is passed it will shut out tho shipment of boozo from Cincinnati into this locality thus cutting off tho chief source of supply Such a law would stop tho mouths of those who claim but who do not really caro that prohibition does not prohibit at least it would come dangerously near doing it Doans cure constipation tone the stomach stimulate the liver promote digestion and appetite and easy passages of the bowols Ask your druggist for them 25c a box q i Ladies Suits Ladies Su worth 2500 to 3500 1500 Ladies Suits worth 1750 to 2000 for 1150 Ladies Suits worth 1250 to 1500 for 850 Ladies Suits worth 1000 for 650 1 Ladies Cloaks Ladies Cloaks worth 1750 to 2000 1050 t Ladies Cloaks worth 1250 to 1350 for 850 LaciiCloaks worth 1000 for 595 Ladies Cloaks worth 750 to 850 for 4J5 Ladies Cloaks worth 50b to 650 for 1 350 C1ildrtnsCloaks98c to 300c 0c f Phone 41 winged Endeavor Regulets for for W P BAXTER Acting the Hog Hogs are acting tho hog in prico just now At Chicago Friday they reached tho enormous price of 9 At Pittsbtlrg they went to S920 With the exception of a short period in 1882 when swine sold at 033 per hundred weight the 9 hog has not boon seen hero since tho Civil War Continued intense cold impeding transportation and an appar ent hesitation of producers to market their hogs are tho primal causes of tho abnormal advance LaGrippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develop into pneumonia 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 Honev and Tar bad been taken The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no harmful drugs byStockton orItitling holder to chance on fine piano Greatest offer of tho day Look into it j22t Mean Business Estill County Citizens Form Commercial Club and Will Push to Front Our good neighbor Estill county has awakened to tho fact that within her borders lie resources sufficient to make her foremost In tho business column of Kentucky and has organized Commer cial Club to bring out these advantages and put on foot plans by which these great resources may bo developed In the Herald of last week appears an article urging concerted action and set ting forth the fact that In union there is strength Every citizen of that splendid county should read tho HeroldsIIarticle and if they will tako set forth therein our sister county will soon bo enjoying the enornious businesS she should have and for which she is so amply stocked with available and valuable resources AVo trust the Herald will continue this effort and that the citizens will get together and make old Estill what sho should bo in tho com mercial world Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case or kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Itinvigorates the entire system and strengthens the kidneys so they eliminate the impurities from the blood Backache rheumatism kidney bythistag at once and avoid rights Disease and Diabetes Dr Abernethy the great English physician said Watch your kidneys When they are affected life is in danger Sold by Stock ton and Son jlm Lock No 12 Completed Lock No 12 just above Irvine has been completed and slackwator now ex tends about fifteen miles above that city There remains some work to bo done but tho job is practically done The Et till Herald says since closing tho dam about fifty thousand logs have passed over and the reaction of tho water keeping them under tho dam for several days in some instances wrought great dam age Some fine logs wore literally worn out before getting out or tho gorge Right now is the most dangerous times for fires Protectyourselt against loss by having Brcck C Smith place you in a reliable company j122m Every Mother is or should be worried when the lit tle ones have a cough or cold It may lend to croup or pleurisy or pneu monia then to something more serious Ballard Horehound Syrup will cure the trouble at once and prevent any complication Sold by Perrv and Thomas jlm anybody PAPER ft A Better Mattress For Less Money 1 Our liberal guarantee is backed up by the Stearns Foster Coand proves beyond doubt the superior quality of Stearns Foster mattresses TEFOSiER something no to do The jofmost mattresses is a secret and cant judge merely by a or a talk 1 in v sold on 60 nights trial L tr J It u Oldham 8z LackeyToo 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 of the Neuralgia by applying Ballards Snow Liniment Finest thing in the world for rheumatism neuralgia burns cuts scalds lame back and all pains Sold by Perry Thomas jlm Mound City Paints may cost a trifle moro buteo Stockton Ha gan 24nly In addition special prices mentioned we have bargains in other heavy goods Also plete lines of new up to date Laces Muslin Underwear Ginghams etc Spring 1910 The most beautiful assortment of navy Spring White Goods we have shown our prices havenot been affected one whit the high prices in cotton as all our orders placed early before advance Come rid V1 i i T vijK Fj a ilv ts r C r see V lH ii c The Wrong Way is to buy a lot o oldstock and get to hang it for you Phone MJR S It is a dangerous to take a cough medicine containingopiates that merely stifle your instead of curing it Foleys Honey and Tar loosens and cures the cough and ex pels the poisonous thus preventing pneumonia and Refuse substitutes and take only the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar in the yellow package Sold by Stockton and Son jlm WALL We guarantee it to be better than any other advertised make at any price All Stearns Mattresses allow you to examine the the most important side to know I of the very mattress you buy other maker allows you inside dark you pretty ticking clerks pleasant Come today Every mattress free Jg to the corn and for ever and by were and the thing cough germs consumption Fester inside Save Your Hogs How can you afford to take chance against diseases which are liable to wipe out your entire herd at any time A few doses of Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy protects your hogs against disease and mates them grow and fatten Sold bj Perry Thomas eXIIcbanJte T Prices CutiAlmost in Halves Embroideries WINDSORGRADE F t4 iI y For indigestion and all stomach troubles take Foleys Orino Laxative It is the natural remedy for indiges tion dyspepsia heartburn bad breath sick headache torpid liver biliousness and habitual constipation Foleys Orino Laxative sweetens the stomach and breath and tones up the entire alimentary system Mrs F G Fritts Oneonto N writes us Sly little girl has bad great benefit from Foleys Orino Laxative She has taken only three or our small bottles and 1 think it is one of the greatest stomach and liver remedies there is Sold by Stockton Son jlm We Sell May Manton Patterns JOe Each Mens Suits Mens Suits worth 1750 to 2000 for 1350 Mens Suits worth 1250 to 1500 for 1050 Mens Suits worth 1000 for 695 Mens Suits worth 750 to 850 for 550 r Mens Overcoats Overcoats worth 1750 to 2000 for 1200 Overcoats worth 1250 to 1500 for 950 Overcoats worth 10 for 695 Overcoats worth 750 to 850 for 550t Overcoats worth 500 to 650 for 375 Youths Overcoats from 275 to 395 Boys Overcoats from 98c to 295 1 it T c FAdiLTON f HOTHEHS FURNITUREBENNETTaodNIGGINSI I OUR COAL BURNS Bri htly ReadilySteadily Its not wasteful coal Its not dirty coal Its not clinkerful coal Its not slateful coal NEED ANY- Telephone HO The Red Ash Jellico We have thu exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have heen pettinpelsewereand our prices are no higher possibly less full Weight or Coal Forfeited JroaddusS Vaughn rOrclord Street tills Cement Etc The Richmond Steam laundry at your service Call or ring 52 1yr We are here to cater to the trace ol the town and country cMtiz ns diver a trial J B RANPERS Co 128 tf Phone 67 Tor mrins eczema spreads its burn injr area every day Uoaus Oint ment quickly sons its spreading in ttaiitly relieves tto itching cures it permanently At any drug store For Rent For Tobacco Ten acros first class Isnd Apply at Zarings hill 2t r Dr J II Pennington who has just opened offices next to Government building is an accomplished dentist Give him a trial j 12tf SALESMEN WANTEDlo look after our interest in Madison and adjacent counties Salary or Commission Ad dress The Harvey Oil Co Cleveland O Watch Lost Lost Wednesday on street in Rich mond ladies gold watch initials B S Reward for return to this office or to Mrs B S Sanders For Sale 0 Private toe tore houses one oc ui amt bt TH ior Odhain Hardwar the liT known an liB Racket Store b i u on Min St J EGreanleaf- f Executor Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky Strayed From Kirksville Friday night Dec 17 bay mare with blaze face three white feet mane slightly gray where collar rubbed Will give 5 reward for return to me about 2 miles from Kirksvillo HEXKV WHITE Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estato of George Million deceased will present them to me properly verified on or before Feb 1st 1910 or same will be barred Tnos JEXKIK- S15lt Admr of Geo Million decd If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring jti they are worth get I W Shearer White Hall Ky to eon luet your sale His cnarges are reasonable FarieyMarcb are now selling Hats at Cost jiI+ + The recent weather made many an honest mar slippery Vaurtovil bill changed three times a week at opera house ont mi the moving picture show at Princess ttink Only five cents The resilience of E W Lillard burned at Danvill loss 8000 insurance 4000 The Par electric light people have decided to sptnd 15000 in improving their plant aTwill have a day current Piano u lutely freo to the winner in Normal Oil Luundry offer It is a fine one trod wlnh working for j22t Now pitf ires every night at opera house Tij ghts picture the Marble Heart or Sculptors Dream Fine vaudevillq Life insur nee is a protection that no man shouk tail to have See Hreck w Smith i id place your insurance in a safe ri able company j22m The mils tble weather has worked a hardship ic farmers with tobacco to haultotowr However much continues to come inland prices are holding up well AI ready to whoop it up for a big busme Mi Richmond next Spring These cul ys are good times to study out howvuj Mio your business bigger and better whenfco weather moderates A few m factories for Richmond in the Sprin would not hurt anything The outlook good as it is but there is always a cllce for it to do bettor Richmond Businesslike is still the best motto 1 The Climal rusts that its readers will pardon lack I reading matter in recent issues as oj friends tho advertisers have swamrfl us However you can get no beUe eading matter than that showing hownd where to save moneyI so look overl to many bargins offered A Loxingt clergyman declares it is difficult for 3 rich to walk in faith Yes it is if t rich keep up their greed and graft to richer We know some rich people o do enough good deeds in one week insure them a crown butI thenumber u w very few if you please Thegatesofi iition yawn for the selfish and stingy L t Package Addressed a Irs J B Willis Crab Orchard waJleft in some business house Janua 1st Any information thankfully reel vcd at The Climax office Bird1 Are Starving Tho papertlin different parts of the State say tha tho partridges in many places are dyug of cold and starvation on account of he deep snow Fire in Country Theresiden of Mr Thos B Taylor atWaco wa destroyed by fire Tuesday The origin i not knon and the loss falls heavily on Mr Taylor This was one of the oldest residences in the county and was a familiar land mark Cattle Wanted Wo desire buy some fat butcher cattle and largo and small veal calves Also fresh ntilkoWs or good early springers Also good last years lamb and good bu cliir hogs Telephone 484 or write to toe Hamilton Richmond Ky J12tf A Good Showing In his report Chief of Police James Allman states that duriug the year 1909 310 arrests were made most of them being for trivial offenses Considering the fact that Richmond luis a population of 8000 this speaks well for our commun ity Good Assignments In making up the list our representa tive Mr Herrington was placed on several very important committees in the lower house of the Legislature which goes to show that his splendid qualifications are appreciated by the Speaker High Price For Corn The highest price for corn in many years is the result of trade made this week at Brighton Tom Adams tho well known trader bought o f Josiah Moores two hundred barrels of corn for delivery next June July and August at 450 per barrel A Uniiue Defense arrested at Carlisle forwasx A man violation of the local option law It was proved by a witness that the prisoner sold him two bottles of beer The prisoner claimed however that the State had not proved that itwas intbxi eating or that it contained the prohibited per cent of alcohol The Judge o 44d the point well taken and released wilt t r UII i Cut Prices Continuejf i OHf1 t 7 D Suits hd Ov roats FOR BOTHMENiND BOYS An unusual opportunity to buy the best clothing at remarkably low prices tj I Drop in as soon as possible and let us show you j coVINcTQN Be BANKSVV THE STORE FOR QUALITY p Sale of City Property The store rooms occupied by R Juett and J B Park on First Street belonging to the Moberly estate have been bought jy Mr Emil Lohrisch The price was 1500 Good Tobacco Sale X II AVitlierspSqjtt of Winchester sold Tuesday to Mr A R Robertson of Bath county his 1909 crop of tobacco of bout sixty thousand pounds at sixteen ilollnrs per hundred Good Advice Sholbyvillo Sentinel If somo of these long and short haired prohibiton orators could be prevailed upon to turn their batteries upon tho subject of tuberculosis amt pure milk instead of drunkeness and alcohol they wpuld render a thousand fold greater blessing to humanity Feed The Quail Hunters who aro so keen to go after Bob White would do a good turn right now by placing some food for what few birds arc left The heavy ice and snow make it impossible for them to find food and a little work by the hunters and farmers mi y prevent many from star ving A Good Appointment Mr R C Stockton secretary of tho Base Ball Club has appointed Mrs James Burnam as his assistant He could not have made a better selection as Mrs Burnam is thoroughly competent in every way In addition to this she is one of the bestposted ladies in Kentucky on tho rules in baso ball Married in Cincinnati Mr John Wagers Jr and Miss Irene DoppeS of Cincinnati were married in that city Saturday morning at five oclock The groom who formerly resided in this city is widly connected in Madison couniy being related to tho family of Wagers one of the most prominent in the county Tho Climax ex tends best wishes and congratulations No Damages At a recent term of the Circuit Court ono of our citizens Mr Martin Gentry was awarded damages from the Ctty of Richmond for injury to his property on second street by backwater coming from a sower Tho city officials took the case to tho Court of Appeals and this court has reversed tho decision stating that as the sewer was builtbefore Gentry purchased the property any right for damages lies in tho former owner A Fine Show TheSunny Side of Broadway which hold tho boards at the Grand Wednesday Menlng was decidedly the most enjoya ble offering presented at the local play house this season The songs was catchy and tuneful the girls unusally pretty ones and the acting thoughout far above the average As stated in tho last issue of The Cimax the book and music for this play were were written by Boyle Woolfolk a former Danville boy whose future in tho show business is quite rosy With The New Firm Mr Charlie Sharp who met with an accident in a runaway last year losing tho sight of his eyes a short time ago made arrangement with B II Luton Bro whereby ho obtained a small com mission on every load of coal ho sold for this firm On the purchase of MrI Luxons business by Broaddus and Vaugbnho mado tho same arrange ment with them and takes this method of notifying the public that he is en deavoring to make an honest living in andsolicits orders this manner your No C07 j19tfCall on or telephone Kentucky Evening Gazette of tTbo edited by Cot W p Walton Cpended publication with eae Issue Yd Y afttraoQa j By Long Distance Sure Nicholasville NcwsLouis Landramof the Richmond Climax says a move is on foot to make the rats go Ho means in a womans hair But who is going to start a ball to rolling Louis Might operate it by long distance telephone Births A pretty girl baby has been born at the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Parks at Red House Mr and Mrs Don Noland of Union are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a pretty girl baby Mt Sterling Issues Bonds The city of Mt Sterling has author ized the sale of 50000 worth of bonds for the purpose of constructing sewers Tho city has no bonded indebtedness and is in good slaps financially Mt Sterling is one of the most progressive cities in tho State NewFangled Jag The city council at Lancaster has ordered stopped the sale of cider in that city This was done because the cider was being mixed with lemon extract thereby making a drink producing an awful jag In fact it is said this mixture will intoxicate more quickly than the Winchester brand of liquor Negro Architects Wanted Since tho money has been raised for the new negro school at Winchester to take the place of Berea College some of the leading negroes of the State aro de manding that the designing of tho build ing be done by negro architects as a monument to what tho race can do along that line Wet Somerset Within a few hours after the opening of saloons at Somerset there wer four ar rests for drunkenness while there wore only six people locked up for the same offense during the entire Christmas holi days before the saloons were opened An extra policeman ct a salary of 1000 a year has been asked for To Sal Stable The Lexington Herald says Messrs Douglass Thomas of Paris and J S Collins of Richmond have announced their intention to sell their stables con taining a number of valuable horses Mr Collins owns Henry T 210 14 Clarence C 22514 Bobby I 234 Senator Clay 210 and Mildred G 218 The stables will be disposed in February in Lexington Plans Foied Bryant Nowby a merchant at Whit lock was arrested Saturday charged with forging an order for a license to marry Miss Ellie the fourteenyearold daughter of Mr John Moore a promin ent farmer near that place Newby denies writing the order and was rc leased on 300 bond until this Tuesday afternoon when tho trial will be held before Judge Shackelford A New Remedy Col Jack Chlnn has a new remedy for carrying concealed welponshI have observed that about seven out often men after having killed another offer as a defense tho plea of insanity emotional or otherwise said Colonel Chinn and that the general public usually says about the other threo out often Why they must have been crazy Now I am going to propsse that it bo the law that every man caught with a concealed weapon be presumed to be insane that he be taken before the County Judge and sentenced to not less than thirty days in ono ot the insane asylums of the State and that he will bo so confined that he will bo compelled to listen day and night to the ravings of the madest of tho mad Tat will break them from carrying guns and knives quicker than any other way I knew ei r t Getting Ready Local Baseball Stockholders Meet Elect Officers and Begin Work With six inches of snow on tho ground it seems impossable that enthusiasm inI baseball matters would bo at a white heat but such is tho case in Richmond and if you have the idea that our mag nates interest is at low ebb just get in the company of one of them and his enthusiasm will give you the fever immediately At the meeting of stock holders Tuesday evening the first matter taken up was that of selecting directors and the were chosen Judge W It Shackelford R C Stock ton J J Greenleaf A C Scanlan J Halo Dean These directors then seleCt- ed the followihg officers President Judge Greenleaf Vicepresident W R Shackelford Secretary and Treasurer R C Stockton A strong effort was made to induce Mr M C Kellogg to retain tho office of president which lie has so ably filled since organization but he positively declined press of other matters requiring his entire time As has been stated in Tho Climax when the club bought tho grounds erected tho high fence grand stands etc it was right at 4500 in debt However by careful management and having a winning team it was found at the close of tho season that the indebted ness had been reduced to ono note of 1000 while 748 remains in the treasury Tho season will open May 3rd and closes September 18 A sharp look out for the best material is being kept and with such able ofilcers in charge it is safe to predict that Richmond will have another winning team this year Continues For a Time At meeting of tho creditors in the Kentucky River Poplar Co at office of Mr E Tutt Burnam Referee in Bank ruptcy it was decided to continue the business as it stands in hands of Re ceiver until disposition has been made of the largo number of logs on hand at time of filing the petition The com pany is ono of the largest on the Ken lucky river having mills at both Valley View and Irvine Handsome Quarters Mayor Rico has shown his good judgment by titting up a convenient office in rear of tho City halt building Here the people can find him und his books papers etc being nicely arranged makes the office alltho more convenient for the public having business with the Citys chief executive Mayor Rico has a handsome now iicsk now chairs and everything that makes an uptodate place of business The Climax congrat ulates Mayor Rice upon his progressiveness Talking Through His Hat As ditor Walton of tho Lexington Gazette says Senator Bradley has been talking through his old white hat When ho reached Washington ho told somebody that the next Governor of Kentucky would bo a Republican and that the next Legislature with the exception of the Senate on account of the holdovers would bo of the same political faith but still this prediction of the doughty Senator doesnt keep us from praising tho Lord that both Bradley and Willson aro now serving their last termsand that anybody Iclso of their political stripe is going to stand no more show for election in old Kentucky in the future than tho proverbial feather in hades from being scorched Hemp Growers 1009 crop of river bottom and upland cultivated hump seed latest impartation Sample and price on application Both phones Yours truly T WGi Ass Sox J2015t Camp N 1iea Ky CoulsonSmith Tucumcari Now Mexico News Dr Richard Coulson and Mrs Bertha M Smith formerly of Richmond Ky were united in marriage at tho residence of Rev McBrido at high noon Monday the 3rd inst there being only relatives present Dr Coulson is at the head of his profession in the Southwest and Mrs Coulson is an amiable and highly esteemed lady The News with a large circle of friends wishes them a life of unbroken happiness The bride is wellknown in Richmond being the widow of the late Dr A Wilkes Smith A Brave Youngster In a certain school tho other day located not ten thousand miles from tho Richmond court house one of the lady teachers asked a youngster to name tho presidents of the United States The boy passed It up as beyond his power and the pretty teacher began to chide him for his ignorance on the matter Why Willie said she I could do that when I was only eight years old Well replied the boy possibly you could but remember tho list only con tained three names way back there The Size Of It The editor of a newspaper is often accused of leaving out certain items cf news purely because of a dislike of Ite person to be mentioned or from preju dice or another cause This is all bosh The editor has something like a million different things to think of in connec tion with tho issue of one paper and it is not surprising if ho misses an item occasionally or sometimes forgets one which has been called to his attention Nino out of ten people you ask for news items will tell you they cant think cf any But in most cases they expect the editor to think of them all and criticise him if ho fails in n single item The best way is to give tho editor credit for what ho does find and mention or some things that ho finds and doesnt mention Various Urink Stages According to II Bramhall Gilbert brotherinlaw of W Gould Brokaw and himself a wealthy sportsman and bon vivant who altough he did not admit ho was an expert said that he had studied moro or less tho philosophy of drink a souse may differentiated as follows Essential PreliminaryA receptive condition First Stage Pleasant if trivial exhil aration marked by great freedom of speech the selfimbued conviction of extreme mental brilliancy and erudition Second or Dinner Stage Rosulling from a feast of reason and a flow of wine such as may be encountered at almost any stag dinner Third or Approaching Stage Almost gone but still able to navigate Fourth or Final Stage The common souse ofcommerce to be found largely in the Police Court where it gets ten dollars or ton days God Bless Her The girl whowors God bless her She is brave and active she is not too proud to earn her own living she is not ashamed to be found at her daily task she is studious painstaking and patient she smiles from behind tho counter or the desk her smile is the reflection of celestial grandeur and cntcrnal bliss there is a momojry of her own sown into each silken gown she is like a beauti ful mountaineer her character is pure as the bubbling springs strong as the rock from which it flows and as high its the mountains topmost pinnacle Tho sight of liershould boa fine inspir ation for us all Her hands may be stained by dish washing sweeping fac tory grease or printers Ink but it is an honest and helping hand it stays misfortune from iRaay homes it is one Shield that protects mny a forlorn I family from the asyluw All honor is to the rirlwkGwerk Ft t Deaths MINK After a brief illness of pneu monia George tho twoyear old son of Mr and Mrs Thos P Mink died at their homo at Caleast Tuesday night The burial took place in the family burying ground near tho home Wednesday Deep sympathy is felt for the parents on the loss of their child TODOR Deep sympathy is extended to Mr and Mrs Seth W Tudor on the loss of their little child who died Sun day morning The burial took place at the Richmond Cemetery Monday morn ingErzEnsosNews of tho death of Mrs Arthusa Epperson who died at her home in Fayette county last week was received with great sorrow by her many friends acquaintances She had been in declining health for several years but the final illness lasted only about a week and her loath came as a shock to all Mrs Epperson was a daughter of Rev P F Adams of Waco and is survived by ten children and seven brothers and two sisters Her husband preceeded her to the grave about one year ago She was a lifelong and devoted member of the MethodistEpiscopal church and a woman who by her pure Christian life won the admiration and esteem of all with whom she became acquainted She will bo greatly missed in her home and by those who knew her and to the bereaved family is extended the deepest sympathy of all her acquaintances Funeral services were conducted at the residence of L P Adams one of her sons in this city Saturday afternoon by Rev E II Burnam the interment taking place at the Richmond Cemetery Good One On Short Assistant Attorney General Theo B Blakoy is authority for a goad one which is going the rounds on Deputy U S Marshall W T Short of the Eastern Kentucky district Marshal Short is the long tail bowhiskcred foe moonshiners who is said to resemble Gov Hughes of New York to such an extent that newspaper men were inter viewing him right and loft as the Executive of the Empire State on one of his recent trips to Gotham Marshal Short has a reputation of renown in Eastern Kentucky as a tracker of shiners and bootlegers During tho dry crusade which was being waged in Richmond when Clarence Woods first became Mayor it is said that all of tho blind tigers and bootlegers were exter minated except one who proved very battling to the authorities In their extremity they sent for Marshal Short who was a stranger in town and ho got busy During his wanderings about town looking for clews tho wily Marshal ran across an old negro carrying a shoe box who he thought might bo in duced to find tho blind tiger for him Do you know where a fellow could get a little liquor ho asked tho darkey No sab was the reply Dey used to sell er little of it eroun bar but dis Mis tnh Clarence Woods done made it too hot foh dent Hit used ter coster dollah and er half a quart but yer caint git none now The Marshal thought he had landed his man sure so he produced a dollar and a half and gave It to the old maR and told him to try to scare him up a little of the juice Just to make sure that thoold man would return hq he took his box of shoes alt surety to hold until he came back The old MM agreed to see what lie could de a4 went oft- Marshal Short waited a half Dour for his return andthen another kalf 4i ho fealty decided that tho darkey land t4ecMllped with his money Well Ive got his Jiiayway he thought MM proceeded to pea the box Vo see wfat kind ey WeiJ iMttlMiibte heir bs fottd a iHt aft1titssv Statement of Proposed Bond Issue by the City of Rich mond Kentucky At thoregular November election 1909 the qualified voters of the City of Richmond Ky by a vote of 625 for and 111 against tho proposition a twothirds ma jority of those voting on the proposition being required to carry same voted to incuran indebtedness in the sum of twentyfive thousand dollars 2500000 for the purpose of erecting and equipping additional city school buildings- An ordinance has been passed by the City Council providing that said indebt edness bo evidenced by fifty 50 coupon bonds of the denomination of five hun dred dollars 50000 each payable and redeemable as follows Ten bonds at the expiration of five years from the date of issueTwo bonds at the expiration of the sixth year and each succeeding year up to and including the tenth year three bonds at the expiration of the eleventh year and each succeeding year up to and including the twentieth year from date of issue at which time all the bonds will have been paid in full That the bonds are to be issued dated Jan 1 1910 That the bonds shall bear interest at tho rate of five per cent 5per cent per annum payable January first and July first of each year and said bonds and in terest coupons shall be payable at the State Bank Trust Co of Richmond KentuckyThat bonds shall bo numbered from one to fifty consecutively both inclusive and shall bo duo pn abl and redeemed under the ordinance in the or der of their serial numbers respectively That a sinkin funsbe created and maintained for the payment of the bonds and interest That a tax shall be an nually levied and collected on all the real and personal property within the corporate limits of the City of Richmond Ky subject to taxation sufficient to pay the interest on said bonds as it falls due and to redeem the bonds in like manner the amount to be levied and collected each year being fully set- out in said ordinance and the faith and the credit of the City of Richmond Ky is pledged therefor Richmond hasapopulationof between six and seven thousand estimated and is situated in tho rich agricultural Blue Grass region of Kentucky Assessed property valuation upwards of 3000000 Estimated actual value of taxable property 5000000 Balance bonded debt 7000 due and payable 1914 for the payment of which aI sinking fund is now provided There is an interest bearing floating debt of about 8000 which is being paid off out of the general levy The present tax rate for all purposes is 123 on the hundred dollars The bonds above described are made exempt from city taxation by ordinance of City Council Amount of bonded debt permitted un der charter of city of the fourth class is upwards of 15000000 The power and authority of the City of Richmond to issue and sell bonds for school buildings etc has been fully passed on affirmatively by tho Kentucky Court of Appeals in the case City Council of Richmond Ky against Powell filed June 14 ISM and found fn IB Kentucky Law Reporter page 174 The principal and interest of all bonds heretofore issued by the City of Rich on4twve always been paid promptly when due and the city has cover do faulted fRJke payment of any obliga tin The undersigned a committee ap arid authorized and directed by resolutiojiaf the Richmond City Council prepareand sell the municipal bonds above described will NMivesealed bids ta wrKSfig up to tweleeolock no- onllel t the a aafW It- IkMktlfiH ia the Ceurt s kk mond Ky for the purchase of all or part of said bonds including printing bonds and coupons As evi dence of good faith a certified check for an amount equal to 10 for each bond bid on made payable to the undersigned must accompany each bid The right to reject any and all bids is reserved W R SHACKELFORD T II COLLINS Committee Popular Richomond Pastime During the past ten days many of our people have been sitting upon the cold icy sidewalks In fact many have tried this popular pastime who never tried it before Sidewalksitting has become one of the popular winter pastimes and is indulged in alike by young and old Aged grandmothers dignified ministers graceful young women may some of them be seen at almost any time sitting upon the walk and engagedin profound meditation The affinity between the individual too is close and clingingand is very suddenly contracted Occassiou ally considerable violence accompanies the pastime violence of physical action as well as vocal expression If you sever indulged in this practiceyou have miss ed something MillerWilson As predicted in last issue of The Cli max that Lancaster man came this Wednesday morning to claim as his bride one of Richmonds prettiest girls Mr Leonard N Miller of that city and Miss Fannie Wilson left this morning on the 020 train for Lexington where they will be married at noon today They will return to Richmond tomorrow ai d spend several days before going to Lan caster where the groom has fitted up a cozy home Tho bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs L T Wilson this city and a beautiful young girl beloved by nil who know her She is a great favorite in Richmond and has wellwishes of many friends Mr Miller was born and reared in Lancaster and is a splendid young man in every way Tho writer had the pleasure of teaching him the newspaper business anti we say unhesitatingly that in all our experience with young men in the profession we have never assisted one more apt faithful honest and con scientious and we know that success will reward his faithfulness Mr Miller now holds an important position on the Lancaster Record Tho Climax extends to the happy couple its best wishes for a long life of good health and prosperity Old Timers John D Wakcfield Louisville corre pomlerjt of the Cincinnati Enquirer says Within the past two or three weeks numerous Democrats have been discussing the probability of former Unit ed States Senators Joo C S Blackburn and James n McCrcary announcing as rival Democratic candidates for Gover norship Such a thing is entirely possible but not probable Both are upward of 70 years of age and while neither ono was ever known to turn down n political office it is not believed that either of them would have hankering to get into a grueling race for Governorship just as the shadows are lengthening to a point which must denote that tho setting of tho sun cannot be far off The friends of each are talking about what a fine thing- it would be for their representive choice toroundout leis career as Governorof the Commonwealth Senator McCreary served one term as Governor of Kentucky Senator Blockburn was never Governor but has held every other office in the gift of the people of Kentucky His brother Luke P Blackburn was Goernor of the state Although never Governor of tho state Senator Blackburn was Governor of tho Panama Canal Zone and in that capacity demonstrated his oxecutivo ability There is no doubt that either Senator Blackburn or Senator McCroary would make a good Governor and there is little doubt that either ottiiemas the Dcmocratis nominee could vlriitlmVIXnn ocratswhoknow them both arenotiacli ed to believe that either of them will Irt1ie eetttei Z 1 ri i McKees REMNANT SALE Friday Jan 14 Everyone knows what bargains they get each year t our Remnant Sale for CASH ONLY 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- ENIVicKee The Richmond Climax BI THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor jPRESS and PUBUSlERS FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JAN 19 1010 One young heiress to some millions of dollars eloped with a hotel waiter and has been captured while another Mar garet Leavitt has run away with her chauffeur and just been married to him All of which shows that heiresses are much like other people if not more so Runaway matches have been known to turn out ideally but not often Their average course is toward wreckage and wretchedness The very need of secrecy and flight is generally indicative of a fault in the scheme somewhere and young girls who are willing to defy par ental love and care and marry by stealth need not feel surprise when their idols foot turn out to bo clay a poor var at that Spite of tho jokesmiths the cartoonists and waggish poets marriage is the most serious step in the lives of men and women Even the mature ought to give at least as respectable con sideration as they would any other investment Boys and girls need to take ad vice on the matter not railroad train to a quickservice city clerks office some where across the line IT is to bo hoped the Legislature will grant tho right of women to vote on school questions tho measure for which a fight Is being made by several prominent ladies in Kentncky Tho women nrc more closely to school work than the men any way and its a pity they have no voice in tho management of our schools This question has been put before the people and has met with favorable comment on all hands To Mrs Desha Breckinridgo more than anyone else is duo tho credit of bringing this before tho people and her noble work has been highly complimented Tho Climax trusts that the Solons will take up tho matter right away it is very important and w e boliovc will by giving tho ladies tho right of suffrage bring about wonderful good in our school work Tho Lexington Gazette suspended publication Yedncsday altora hard fight to make a third daily pay in that city During tho past year the Gazette has been edited by Col AV P Walton one of the bestknown newspaper men in the State and his brilliant and agrcssive work was of inestimable benefit to tho Democratic party We do not allow our personal fondness for Col Walton to run away with us when WQ say that he is unquestionably tho most fearless just and able writer we ever read after Wo trust ho will soon get back in newspaper harness where he righjtfullybelongs and where ho is neededWhile somclpeople may judge fromhts writings that ho is a bad man fromJJittcr Creek yet such is not the case as a kindhearted more honorable gentleman never lived Tim deepest sympathy of tho press of Kentucky goes out to Col Thos D Os bourne of Louisville whose daughter Isaboll died in Egypt last week Col Osborne with his daughters was travl ing in foreign lands and three of tho family fell victims of fever Miss Os bourne who has attended many meet ing of the Kentucky Press Association was a great favorite with the newspa per people and her death following so closly on that of Miss Lizzie Haldcman another favorite of tho press people has cast a gloom over the craft in Kentucky Both girls who were in tho prime of young womanhood were enjoying a trip abroad when overtaken bydeath They wore close friends their parents being connected with the Courier Journal and 31 seems strange that their demise shouid occur in this way Clare Armstrong leading woman in the play Ills Last Dollar herself a Southern woman leclares that Southern men think they are chivalrous because they are always uttering silly compli ments in womens cars but they are pur veyors of slushy mush That ought t b M tlw Uffy givers for 1 wkile wE g A railroad wreck near Chicago last week revealed several cars loaded with peanut shells consigned to tho makers of breakfast foods The shells came from Southern manufacturers of peanut butter The case was reported to the National Pure Food Commission We have always believed that most of this newfangled stuff was made principally of baled hay orshavingsas itis neither appetizing nor wholesome but being fashionable the people will use it Wo arc typical old fogy in many ways if you please and cling to streaked qn and coin pone in preference to any breakfast food the up East Yankees can invent THE defeat of tho old war hoss Green Keller for chief clerk of the Senate is greatly regretted by his many ncwpaper friends in tho state Mr Keller has done a lot of good work for his party both in person and through the columns of his paper tho Carlisle Mercury Mr Keller injhisfor his party just the same as though his noble services were rewarded A fellow has figured out that wo aro to have two double holidays again this year Memorial day and July 4 both fall on Mondays TliisSvill bo of inter est to those holding good soft berths wnero all holidays aro observed but to the poor newspaper man who must work 305 days and most as many nights it will bo of littlo moment AT St Louis a fellow walked tho streets for ten days not knowing that his neck had been broken by a fall Ho thought he had rheumatism and went to a hospital for treatment when the dis covery was made We know some people who have so much rubber in their necks that break it would cause no pain what everTuE latest piece of darnphoolishncss to be pulled off at a wedding in high life was the turniug loose of flocks of canary birds in a Philadelphia church just as the bride and groom entered What would have been the result had one tiny mouse been turned loose in that great gathering of women A young man shot himself at George town becuso ho had forgotten his speech at a banquet Editor Jim Allen of Cynthiana says he has known many cases where speakers at banquets ought to have been shot for not forgetting their speeches IF all the bills pass that aro talked of being offered at the present session of tho Legislature the record for freak legislation will be broken Every mem ber has his pot hobby some good ones but most of those spoken of to date dont amount to a row of pins IT has never been proven that a man is a bottcr and more efficient public officer because ho is a Republican or be cause ho is a Democrat There arevery fow offices that cannot be made the bet ter by tho application of tho civil service rather than the party service test AT Carlisle County Judge McNcw who is also a newspaper man has beer declared by tho courts as theofficial custodian of all siczcd liquor in that local option county As Judge is a strict teetotaler he will have to call in his friends Is his message Gov Willson chafes under the restrictions placed on his appointing powers He wants to dish all the plo and bemoans tho fact that only a small amount of tho loaves and fishes is at his disposal OXE one of our exchanges heads the report of tho proceedings of tho Legislature Gen Ass Previous sessions have deserved being called a donkey but we trust this will prove an cxcepion to the rule Congress has appointed a committee to inquire into the increased cost of living If expert testimony is wanted it can be forthcoming bysummoning any member of the Richmonnd Climax force THE temperance people have smoked out Gov Willson and in his message he declares that ho will sign a countyunit bill When this question was up lastset1 sion Hummy sidestepped Congress having arrived at tho sago conclusion that either prices must go down or wages go up if not both the question is whataro we going to do about it Tnia winter has been a great one for the Oldest Inhabitant IT is hard to be optimistic early tJww tlild JmIaiiI fit c i istb r t I IT is one of tho peculiar things in lifo that a big criminal on conviction always is certain that tho liberties of tho people have been assailed- Notwithstanding the much heralded increase in its cost there seems to little disposition to stop living AND even this weather is a sign of un paralleled prosperityto those of us who arecoal dealers Misery loves company so Kentucky and Ohio are now chummy both under going sessions of their Legislature WHES debating upon entering into a bus mess deal remember This year will be a good year ICur your ice now forsummer consump How aro your New Years resolutions wearingSS + I Social and Personal I a o Dr J W Bryant is in Louisville Mrs Shady Ward is visiting relatives in this city It W Smith of Irvine was in town last Monday Miss Maymo Wagers is visiting rela tives in Louisville Miss Bessio White hasreturned from a visit to friends at Danville Mr II L Wallace of Paint Lick has been a recent visitor in this city Mrand Mrs Long Tom Chenault hay e been visiting his mother in Lexington Miss Jennie Parks has returned from a visit to Miss Lucy Francis in Lancaster Missess Sallie and Bessie Miller have returned from a visit to relatives in Win chesterLondon EchoJ S Collins of Rich mend was in London Monday on businessMr A Thomas who is ill at tho P A CInlirmary is reported much bet ter today Mr Josiah Simmons who has been quite ill is wo are glad tanote much improvedMiss Paris of Kirksville is vis GhyndonMr and Mrs T L Todd have taken rooms with Mrs Ballard Million on Smith Ballard street Somerset TimesMrEd Bybcoof Richmond is here tho guest of his son Mr William Bybee Mrs Will Gilkerson has returned to Blanche KaCter a visit to her sister Mrs Ed Blanton Mrs A H Rice of Richmond Ind has been the recent guest of her sister Mrs Louis Landram G B McKinney of Howard Kas is visiting his uncle Rogar McKinney and relatives in this city Misses Esther and Madge Burnam have returned from several days stay at the Seolbach in Louisville Miss Lucy McWhorter has returned to her homo in Paint Lick after a visit to her sister in this city Lexington aderMrs R N Roark of Richmond Kywas in tho city Friday fora short visit In tho morning they entertained their friends with a good oldfashioned Ken tucky eggnog drinking Mrs J M Poyntz and daughter Miss Kathleen have returned from a visit to relatives in Mt Sterling Winchester Democrat Miss Kate Schmidt of Richmond is the guest of Mrs William McCarney Ilaughterguests of Mrs J D Dykes Lancaster RocordMrs Ann Robinson bat homo from a visit to relatives in Richmond and Paint Lick ZaringIReed of Ford visited Mr and Mrs Ben Hurst and sister the past week Mr and Mrs E Tutt Burnam are re ceiving congratulations over the arrival of seventhWefromeffoctstrom SilverCreekover tho birth of a son on January Olh Mayor Sam Rice Messrs C E Woods and T H Collins attended the meeting of iCaypri of Kentucky hold at Frankfort IMtWMk r f ij 7 u Dan 1te Advocate Mr Laden Bur liasigonebeen ill for a few days Mr A B Paris who has been con- fIned to his home wrestling with tho grippe is much improved and able to to bo t his post of duty Attorney F A Lyons of Bcattyvillo was id town Monday on business con nected with tho Kentucky Poplar Lum 1twelvemonths He is undecided as to returning KainEcountry or remaining In good old tuckVersailles Sun Dr and Mrs R M Phelps returned Saturday from a visit in Richmond Mr and Mrs Wallace Chowning visited in Richmond from Friday until Monday Mr Cecil Traynor has returned from Mt Jackson Sanitarium where ho re ceived treatment for rheumatism He is much improved and is back at his stand with Tato Son markedIMary English who has been quite ill of somo time She is at tho homo of her sister Mrs Ben Banks Mr and Mrs Lewis Herrington have moved to their pretty now homo in tho Burnamwood addition Mr and Mrs Lewis Weisenburg will occupy tho homo they vacated LauritsSwinson Swede of Minnesota was appointed as Minister Switzerland by President Taft last week and Minister Brutus Junius Clay and wife will return from Geneva to their fine farm near Rich weekly meeting of the Womans Club was hold Monday afternoon The regular program consisted of Current Events Catherine The Great Mrs Eugene Walker Literature of Cather ines Time Mrs G AV Pickets Mr May Powell one of Madisons most popular young men left Sunday night for Macon Ga to assume tho managent of tho Cudahy Packing Com panys establishment Mr Powell has boon a valued employe of the Cudahy Company for several years Miss Belle Bennottattended the largo mass meeting hold at Lexington last week in tho interest of tho proposed bill granting women the right to school suffrage A number of very intorcstingac dresses wore made among them being one by Miss Bennett whose subject was What Southern Women Have Dono Fcr the School Washington cor CourierJournal Miss Mary James Caportori of Richmond Ky daughter of Col Tames W Caper ton an eminent lawyer and financier Has been spending the holidays at the navy yard atAnnapolis theguostbtCom- mander and Mrs Carlo B Brittain also prominent Kentuckians Miss Capcrton is a stndent at Bartholomew School Cin cinnati She is a charming girl who bids fair to be ono of tho belles of tic Blue Grass State She was much admired at the Christmas hop at tho naval academy Commander and Mrs Brit tain gave a largo tea inhonor of Miss Caperton from J to on Christmas day Tho meeting of the Cccilian Club Wednesday afternoon with Mrs W G White was very interesting and enjoyable Thosubject FourHand Music was unique and furnished food for discussion and the opportunity for a splendid program In addition to vocal num bers by Mrs Hanger and Miss Mariam Nomad literary contributions wore given by Miss Helen Bennett Mrs A It Bur nam and Miss Lucia Burnam Miss Kath orino Walker read an interesting paper on Current Events The regular pro gram was participated in by Mosdamos Baldwin and White Scanlan and Kel ogg Evans and Pickles Johnson Miss Sue SAlith and Ms Middclton An in to roeting pictorial contest of operas was hold at the completion of the Musical program F NOLA Mr Bigo Cox was in Richmond last Tuesday Mr Charley Ilunloy of Irvine is hero for a few days oji business Mr M D Elliott wjio has been very sick is slowly improving Mr and Mrs J B Woolory havo re turned to thoir homo in Ohio Miss Annio Green wits the guest cf Miss Sallio Broaddus last week Mrs II L Fain is thb guest of her parents Mr and Mrs II R Woolory Mr Hood Wells and daughter Miss Lucy of Million wore here lust week Mr Bigo Cox has returned from a visit to Ohio and reports a flue time Misses Clara Todd and Flora Kindred spent Christmas with friends at Kings on Miss Lillian Woolory has been the guost of her sister Mrs H L Pain at BcattyvilleMr Chrisman is at Silver Creek Miss Stoila Kindred spent last week with Red Lick friends Mr B F Bolton who has been at this place somo time wo regret to say has left us for his homo in Ohio Miss Lillib Chrisman has returned from a mqst delightful visit to her brother Leslie at Silver Creek Mr and Mrs J B Wcolory and littlo daughter of Hamilton 0 aro with his parents Mr and Mrs wn Woolory for a short visit tto v Robert this two Yo3r old son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Cox died January 3 The child had only been sick ono day The parents have the sympathy of their many friends Ruthton Neil Frost anti family intro moved to Moborly Rico Cruse has returned from a trip to Hamilton Ohio Mrs Chas Agee entertained liar friends a fey evenings ago Mrs Fountain Whittaker entertained at dinner on Nosy Years Day Miss Margcrot Hurt from Lancaster hasbcon visiting Sirs David Bogia Mrs Jerome Cotton gave herusual Christmas dinner during tljoholidnys MISS Lynnda Warmouth 1prn Paint Lick spent the holidays witliXMra Martha King I Mr and Mrs James Griggs Imvo boon sjIWnvKing ml family havo moved to White llallv where Mr Jing has pur chased a farm Mr Albert WiLt occupies the house vacated by King Mr and Mrs WaRred Warmonth and daughter Miss Bessie from Irvine have been visiting friends hero for several days Their friends will be gladto know they intend making their homo Iii Maihison once more now isthe times orStresfrolcctYOursCIagainst loss by placo you jn a rcliablecompany j122m Iii I I li m III mOD mou Eli till rn u u- UU till a tI Rubbers Overshoes iS i i t A1Si 4r c Should FIT PROPERLY to Give Satisfae ryf J2 Wear Our Overshoes Fit Largest Stock tdIfr1 4 t Select From e e It il j Rice ArnoldTRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE Plenty of fresh air sleeping outdoors and a plain nourishing diet are all good and helpful but the most important of all is oolts Emulsion It is the standard treat ment prescribed by phy sicians allover the world for this dread disease It is the ideal foodmedi cine to heal the lungs and buildup the wasting body FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS SeaS Oc name of paper and tfcU a for tax beautiful Sarlno Dank sad Child SketchBoole Each bank contain a Uood Lurk Penny COTF1IOIVNE409 Pearl SLNY- s Tracked by Bloodhounds Last week Capt Millikon of Lazing ton was called to bring his bloodhounds to Paint Lick to traco tho incendiary who fired tho tobacco barn of Samuel Baker Tho dogs trailed straight to the homo of Juno Wren and ho was arrest ed anti taken to tho Lancaster jail Wren claims to be innocent while the arresting officer claims to have other evidence against him High Price For Latlle A load of Shorthorn steers the grand champion at tho Chicago International Stock Show was sold at auction in Do cember for 15 cents a pound Amour Co were tho purchasers The Grand championship steer King Ellsworth a magnificent Angus spec1 men sold on same day for SIS tier hundred to Swift Co Tho grand champion steor last year Fybie Knght sos I for 2550 As King Ellsworth weighed 1750 pounds his net price wasS315 The champion car load of shorthorns averaged 1100 pounds and cost Armour the salo 52 car loads of steers wore sold at an average ofli45 against 9 for 53 loads last year The load of two year old Angus steers which wore contenders for tho championship honors sold for S1J53 por hundred A carload of Angus yoarlings which wero also in time running for championship honors sold for 1105 The Best Advertising Ono timo some one asked Mr Wana mukor why ho considered the newspaper the greatest and best puller for tho merchant Ho said As I have spoken before newspaper advertising is the secret of my success Each copy is a salesman calling attention to the stock of tho advertiser How many homes arc there today where the first thing they do is to look at the merchants advertise ment whether it is the clothier dry goods mart or tho furniture dealer Let mo tell you my son any sucscssful vertiser in tho press can answer that question and can answer it mighty optimistically too Tho successful advertiser advertises all tho time If matters not whether it is dull season ho originates anil prepares for special Sato anavfhus crpates now business luHdaysaronnknown to him Ho is always looking or something that will pleaso his customers and then tolls thorn about itin tho newspapers and tho result is quick and profitable sales all tending toward success Work This One Charlie met his friend Jamoa upon the street and told him that ho had betfishing llow many fish did you catchask lames Charlie replied If 19 the number of books of Jiio Old Testa cfthonumber of apostles that were present at tho transfiguration dovide by tho number of books written by Luke subtract the number of times tho Israelites march ed around Jorioho multiply by thonum1 bar of piecas of silver Judas received for betraying Christ divide by tho numbor of spies Moses sent into Canjian mill the cityinaposthexUimtwcre the auswerwill bo ilia number 67 Jish I coaght ScJeaJlIIc Epaaklcg consists In punishment o Iy when n methEr8thlnk foripirCreH is suiTeriir from win me which keeps imtjlasaiit iuiasJimi J it + + 4f+4++ + +++ ++ ++44 I Land 1QDk Orup J Dutch Benton of Nicholasville sold last week to John Jewell of Wilmore 17 head of mules at an average of 180 ho sold to Mr Beard of Lexington six head of mules at 10 por head On Wednesday ho wont to Irvine and pur chased 11 head of mules at 151 per head and ono horso at 200 On Thurs day he bought of J II Turner 10 head of mules at SICo per head Kentucky leads all tho States in tobacco grown producing more than one third of tho crop of the country and about oneninth of the entire crop of the world While somo tobacco is produced in almost every State loss than ono per entof this countrys crop is grown West of tho Mississippi river Texas being hc only transMississippi State in which he industry has gained much import ance A Nebraska farmer writing to a friend back it Indiana was trying to give some idea of the productiveness of tho soil out there Ho said that they hall to mow the grass off tho sod house floor every day to find the baby Ono family near had twin babies with only ono cradle and tho kid that had to sleep on the floor grew twice as fast as tho other Where tho soil is richest a man dares not stand on ono foot any length of timo lest that leg become longer and bothers walking In a summary of the report of the Director of Agricultural Experiment Stations wo find the following At the Kentucky station it was found in work with the organism causing the rottingolI tobacco that it is identical causing the rotting of cabbage It is believed says the report that the grading of tobacco seed for the stations and for farmers sending it into tho sta tion is having its effect on tho tobacco of the State Tho growing of tobacco seed under paper bags to prevent cross lug is also giving beneficial results 1 wo Kinds of Girls There ere two kinds of girls in tho world the girl who works and tho girl who gads says the Shelbyvillo Sentinel Commend tho former to us Work lends dignity to a pretty girlis an added charm to her Tho girl who works God bless herrCombines time useful and orna mantal Sho might gad about roll on sofas gossip and road story books but she prefers to make her own way Such are tho salt of tho earth and of such is tho kingdom of heaven Cheered In New Capitol Madison county is always proud of her sons who are always doing splendid things splendidly In time first caucus hold in the now building Mr Herring ton Madison countys representative brought olioerS from time members when Ifo reasserted tho proud supremacy of this grand old county Ho was nominating a young Ueattyvillo man for cloakroom keeper and we are told his eloquence reminded tho older listeners of tho days of Dick Miller Jerry Sulli van and others who havo so ably repro sented Madison county Mr Herring ton soon made good with his colleagues mid reports from Frankfort say he will bo a loading factor in every matter of importance before time body On to Frankfort Jessamine JotirnahNicholasvillo will soon have a direct railroad lino to tho capital of time State Extensive and rath eroxponsivo plans have been made by the Louisville Nashville for tho junction of tho Kentucky Highland railroad with tho old Louisville Atlantic railroad at Versailles which when completed will give direct line from Frankfort to the mountains I In order to cut out all tho curvespossi bio and effect thejunction of tho two roads in a most convenient way tho manage ment has purchased fiftyfour town lots in Versailles on many of which are houses in order to got there right of way on a strait line to tho depot The present configuration of tho old L A asit enters Versailles is such that it comeS into tho city almost in the shape of a quostion mark Tho management fIg- urer that about a mile of tackago can be saved by bringing it in on a sttight line and his not going to spare expense to do so The route of tho Kentucky Highland extension on from Frankfort will go strait Into tile city to join tho old L A This end of tho road will go under tho itiofYersaitItho pike coming out on tho other side in a basin Houses will bo moved and the proposed rightofway will be cleared from thence on to the most accessible junction with tho old road Work is be lag pushed on the extension of theHighs land road which has beenln regular operation from Frankfort to tho old Crow distillery and about half way between the two cities and tho work of construct ion on the rest of the way will be the easiest portion of the engineering requir ed on tho whole rouwt r fJoo Truth About CatarrhtSensible Methods Will Cure II B L MIddelton Guarantees Hyomel to Cure Catarrh Catarrh can never be cured by taking medicine into tho stomach nor by sprays atomisers or douches Intelligent physicians have long age discarded such ideas and not a ono of them would bo worth consideration wore it not for tho fact that unscrupulous persons prey upon tho ignorance of tho people in regard to new discoveries Catarrh is caused by germs and just as long as tlicscgcrms tlirivo in time folds crevices nooks and corners of tIme mu cous membrane that lino tho nose rhroat and chest just so long will you navo catarrh catarrhIIthe germs when it gets whoro the germs are and that is Hyomoi Hyomoi is made chiefly from Austral ian Eucalyptus and Eucalyptol com bined with other germ killing antiseptics Just breathe it in through the hard rubber inhaler that comes with each outfit and relief is immediate Used regularly for a few weeks Hyomoi pronounced Highomc will cure chronic catarrh Complcte outfit 100 at B L Middeltons anti leading druggists everywhere MiONACures Sfttiestion Itrelieves stomach misery sour stom ach belching and cures nil stomach dis ease or money bark Largo box of tab Iota CO cents Druggists nfl towns Kingston James Mummy is very low at this writ ing with typhoid fever C C Lamb bought of Cillis Danials last week ten hogs at 750 each George Burns was kicked in tho head by a horse lastwcok fracturing the skull Dr Coywood said ho was doing nicely Miss Sill Green is visiting liar sister Mrs C C Lemb Mr A P Settle spent Sunday at Big Hill with his parents Wily Barns died Jan 1st and was buried Jan 3rd at Pilot Knob Za Boen lost two horses last week one falling dead while hitched to buggy Z M ono of Mr Boons littlo boys was slightly hurtSHome Cure For Eczema Does it not seem strange that so many peoplo suffer year in and year out with eczema stopsthopatientThis wash is composed of mild and soothing oil of wintergreen mixed with thymol and glycerine etc and known notknowtories will continue tho 25c order as the remedy is regularly sold only in SI bottles and has never before been put on tho market on any special offers If you want relief tonight try a bottle at 25c on our personal recommendation Sold by Stockton Son Richmond Ky IIs your property insured against fire Better sea Breck and Smith and take a policy j22m Aro you saving your coupons given on he piano by tho Normal City Laundry Its a fine instrument and everybody has an equal chance to get it j22t LOST Between Richmond and Union pik last Tuesday a pocket book containin glasses blank book and small chang also calling cards and some letter AVill reward liberally if returned to th office MYRTLE DALTOX j 12tf Breqk Smith represent time mo reliable insurance companies a n will be glad to explain their policic lj122in Avoid Harsh Drugs Many Cathartics Tends To Cause Injury to The jl Bowels I If you Ire subject to constipation rtu should avoid strong drugs and cat tics They only give temporary and m their reaction is harmful and so ni time more annoying than constipat rtondency incozWWe e best constisation treatment overdo Our faith in it is so strong that wl it on thu positive guarantee that it II not cost tho user a cent if it does t give satisfaction and completely rem constipation This prepamtion isC fl Ilexall Orderlies These are piu i soothing anti most effective in a s They are mado of a recent chemicaijls covery Their principal uixiiTuiij is odorless tasteless anti colorless i umuu with other weIl known immgreJ is long established for their us n the treatment of constipation a tablet which is eaten just lil e y They may bo taken at any tim5 er day or night without fear of ing is any inconvenience WlittlUVt 1eydo not gripe purgo nor cause a They act without causing anj or excessive looseness of tho bow ey aro ideal for children weak rl te persons and agod people as w or the most hearty person The c n two size packages 12 tabletsiose 6 tablets 25c Remember you lSun idThomaskL Farm For Sale Have just listed for immediate sale possession to be given March the first farm of one hundred and ninetyfive acres located in Fayotto county eight miles from Lexington on first class pike LAND aOlllOHIwatered by everlasting springs and poftde Fencing is first class now- IMPROVEMENTS L Twostory eightroom brick house largo stock barn good largo tolmoco barn good tenant house good brlok mOlt house ico house and in fact aft outbuUdlngsJJII1fI of ichurohes and within five miles r railroad station Is on It F D aIM telephone lino- PRICE 32200000- Terms Five thousand cash Ho mainder ono to flvo years deforrediJ moats to bear six per cent H J I can show the farm any day J T FERRIELL Heal Estate AganU Richmond Ky TheCough of- Consumption Your doctor will tell you that fresh air and good food arc the real cures for consumption CJ But often the coughJ4erY- hard Hence we suggest that you ask your doctor about your taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral It controls the tick ling quiets the cough vTo publish our formula btnliH alcohol A 9roes our medicines urge you to qeWe ccctor Tour One of Ayers Pills at bedtime will cause an increased flow of bile and produce a gentle laxative effect the day following Formula on each box Show to your glanceDoseMade by the J C Ajer Co Lowell Slaasj New Mw New I have just opened a ferge and handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Papeir in the Schlegel building onird street and cordiall invite an in spechon of same Wim are mared to do a FIRST CLA PAPER HANGING- on fII shortest notice and in tJest manner Will appreciate a call Remember this paper is and can be dono promptly wo LoiLJBJBDS The Climax Piano Contest populinr Miss Zulah Oliver of Richmond Miss Sallie B Parrish ol Silver Creek I l swarmedthewillnotThe Contest Will Close Jan 29thvat 4 oclock p m sharp The young ladies are working with a vim and each is determined t win the handsome and to doalljin her power toelegant piano It now looks as if this willthe history of the Climax beil hottest contest in P110rtOnlycso show y urfri ndship to r favorite piano is a highgradeinstrument contestmtby striving helping her sectl1 V v te as the Get Busy Help the Girls Dont Delay Spec alOfferuntil close of contest as follows turiied itr4O000 free votei 111 9 turned in l5QOO free votes jl e rv2G Fork i 1 L j il J lp fJ ttJi tJi 8 r J N I H- TI B CLEAR NG I1t =loJ xc=A fiV ial A i= =sX== ==i ==rr lit Salef Begins Thousands of Dollars Worth of will be Sold 0 r 7 13s j i Tremendous 1 == xc iooar r oiO l = r = + e ll F and Feed business of Mr J Ballard on Aspen are we use this method to invite our friends and the public for a share of their patronage We handle the celebrated Rich Mountain JELLICO COAL which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give tisa trial ordol and get ac 7rjnSainted with our coal and method of doing business r eCo Dont trifle with Kidney and Bladder trouble Take DeWitts Kidney 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 get DeWitts Pills when you ask for them Refuse substitutes and imitations Look for tha name the package Sold by Perry Thomas jlmNotice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of T W Hud ins are hereby notified to present them to me proper ly verified and proven on or before the pith day of January 1910 or same will be barred December 7th 1009 LS PALMER d22 4t Paint Lick Ky Theres nothing so good for a sore throat as Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil Cures in a few hours Relieves any 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 Cough Syrup It moves the 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 jlm 9 1500 1800 1350 1250 now 750 x r January15 must or value not many one dollar buy as much as two under Past has that the only way effect a is to every a bona Crv vEJ= 2E Youll feel better taking De Witts Little Early Risers the safe sure 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 G building two elegant office rooms either single or en Ware bouse on Orchard Stand L and N Railroad Phone 292 Colby H To feel strong good appetite and digestion sleep soundly and enjoy life use Burdock Blood Bitters the great tonic and builder jim Eggs Wanted If you want your fowls a few doses ot Bourbon Egg Producer and watch them lay This preparation nets gently on the fowls digestive and egg producing organs and makes them lay amazingly Try it and see Sold by Perry Wa have moved to our new quarteas and find we need all the room we can get for our Spring Stock which is already beginning come in We are offering our entire stock Winter Suits and Overcoats at 1=4 Off This is a deep cut for nice new stockall fresh and bright colors rio old ones to offer you no out of goods but new in style and colors but low in price v o Mens Suits and Overcoats 2500 now 1875 400 now now 1500 now 1125 925 1000 now alter Jobn Taylor suite Taylor have system eggs give Thomas now style 1000 now x50 800 now 600 600 now i 450 500 now 375 400 now ivv 300 300 now f 225 S are in We mean to sell them need both room and cash and will give you more for your cash than any This is the of this sale to We wish to call your to the fact that we have just a line of the ed for women and are now to your wants in All of TOll who have worn the know what they are for and have no We invite woman to to the and try a pair is all we ask from OF i arll coli- J d Kc 0 Are Too Dan for to The of is that they Ret hold the suff er thorn is lum bago dia betes and B In Dont your Cure the with the and safe Pills has here in this Fain of roads Ky says two years ago I to have with my As a rule the first ol kid ney with but iu my case the ance was too of the My wife read about Pills and ihit they had been used with great for I box cured me and I have had no return of for two For sale by all Price 50 cts Co Now York sole for the the name and take no other 15 r C W 11 and lot and 8 acres of land in this 7 from The land is very with good house and barn and all and well water is a with and a A Ky D W Cash As of estate of C F Bar nam we offer at sale about 400 of land two miles East of on Big Hill and road land of A O and Drs Caa be into two ot sue with fair on each of two and barns cribs etc 100 acres in and terms see A R or tf T C BUn Uf The pays O riH 9BM te 12W aad Ut XM San will hold the for Rail way Mail and of will be made Any man woBian over 18 in CHy or can get lion and friM by at save to tiM af lB 84i G N Yv J As for the I to the on the 5 of 14 on the 9 a at 10 A M by the H is all in his not ed for 25 it is to has the of W H B Jas C C in in on at 6 per is on of For work call on Dr J R office next to ment Tho firm of has by been Mr from the firm I to tho firm are to call and settle those will same at office for jlt W H for the to be City go with every order for AU the firm of 0 C are notir fled to same to tho on or before Feb 3 1910 as by law or same will bo B Juett j4t THE THE sewage OF THC GCNUINC PHCPAKID ONLY T MO by K t t Lasts y l1 Ui l5DaysMerchandise attTREMENDOUSLY LOW PRle Bargains Everything gocost considered Tremendous bargains gigantic values In dollars ordinary circumstances experience proven to quick clearing makestartlingreductiQns and advertised article bargain COME EARLY AND GET ClEAlI OF StOCK N I I NOTICEHaving SlHITnor CUT PRICE Sale Boys Suits Winter Pants Underwear Hats Caps Heavy hoes greatly reduced price outwe clothier fiASH ROOM GASP ROOM feature great Special Notice Ladies attention received celebrat SilKid Shoes ready supply footwear SilKid style comfort durability They equal especially every ourstore examine SilKid Shoes Prises will fide 2 to 4 IjHOME GOOD CLO- THESJSTAN1FERPROP rlil I RICHMOND cY rVPo Danger In Delay Kidney Diseases geroHs Richmond People Neglect great danger kidney troubles before recognizes Health gradually undermined Backache headache nervousness lameness soreness urinary troubles dropsy rights disease follow merciless succession neglect kidneys kidneys certain remedy Doanb Kidney which cured people right locality Wilson superintendent Nichnlasvllle About began considerable trouble kidneys general symptom complaint begins backache principal annoy frequent passages kidney secretions Deans Kidney noticing benefit similar troubles procured They entirely kidney complaint myhighestdealers FosterMilburn Buffalo agents United States Remember Doans jlm For Sale meat hogs cracker Jacks 125 South Down Ewes Cobb Red House Ky For Sale House located Kingston county miles Richmond fertile necessary outbuildings good fencing JThis splendid neighborhood good school churchesin quiet peaceful village- J Riddell Kingston White PaintLickKy Executors Moody dl3m Land For Sale executors private acres lying Kingston Muddy Creek adjoining Benge Gibsons divided farms nearly equal improvements consisting houses About virgin grassWillprice BUSMAN Railway Mail Clerks Wanted GevMVweat Railway Mall rleyetIP te- aaaaally Uncle spring examinations througghsut country Clerks Custom House Clerks stenographers Bookkeepers Departmental Clerks other Government Positions Thousands appointments Country Instruc iiiformatioa writing BwmU struetion JI4IaliI fcwJWta BaQlurUr PUBLIC LAND SALE agent White heirs will sell highest and best bidder premises miles south Richmondand mile from Caleast Silver Creek and Menelaus turnpike o- nThursday Feb 10 1910 oclock 73 840 Acres of Land owned late Wm White This land blue grass been plow years fine bacco and hemp land good tenauthouse well watered and fence Joins lands Hendren Dave Sim mons James White Butner and Coy TERMS Onethird cash onethird twelve months onethird two years with lien retained land cent interest until purchase money paid Possession given day sale John D White Agt firstclass dental Pennington Govern building j12tf Dissolution Notice Douglas Culton mutual consent dissolved Douglas retiring Those indebted requested having claims kindly present payment DOUGLAS- C COITON Tickets piano given by- the Normal Laundry laundry j22t Notice To Creditors persons having claims against Chrisraan hereby present undersigned properly proven required barred Assignee WI33rE9 Cream Vermifuge GDUAITEEI WORMREMEDY CWtDHENS FAVORITE TuMIC IMITATienS BallardSnew LInimeHt Cep LOUIS Sold kerry Thoww and iD1 yiaYelil instances We are Receiving the Choicest Lot of Evaporated Fruit 3 The best Canned Goods and the choi t zest brands of Fancy Groceries We C qualityC J 10 IJi SEWELL McKINNEY J t GROCERS c Telephone 223 y A t s iith 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 jiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiimimiiiiiJ Come in and let us convince you that ours is tnat yard your perplexities will endand your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTQH COMPANY 4i Telephone 425 Near L k Depot L St Groceries i AT T- HELowest Prices may always be found at cur store We handle the best goods on the market absolutely pure and Fresh New Clean We have all kinds of Fancy Groceries as well as the a Staples and can fill your wants on shortest notice 3- tiItl order will satisfy you that we strive to please Your patronageappreciatecl JAME K PARKECASH STORE Phone 624 r ijRSf STREET zr 2f t 0i if e Value L r t on or Q IiFood Products d I eSf VarietyIt y Ireyoneatandrlltellpon L Ian with equal truth have said bt on where get you buy and XU ten I y- o4hatIthings cr just Iintyeating to please you all care who the freshness and we sell And the reasonableI try our I t seta I rPffeeI 1 I I I I 1llmproedOarorIOWCOOked f 1sti I nlIP one i a I a a i air AvVid Danger thetroublesdui that wellknown and successful remedy for wo andbeen7 iv vu j j uii u ULKU any ofttriedremedy TAKECARDUIJHelp tenyearswithout InotZ have told can my sickwomcnAT ALL DRUG STORES L f Jcert t MarischemJr F1jprmerly with JB Stouffer i Merchant Tailor ri r rJ4ppartrP fits over J B Sexto f J All Kinds of eS 1Ijelei1njn1RefJajrb1 rr t d 3 3IlA YrPromweSo t L J TF ii 1 I 1 I 4 J r Madison County Hardware Co IS i HEADQTJ ALTERS FOR G5oking and Heating Stoves Farming Implements and Hardware of All Kinds GIVE THEM A ALLL I i A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND BSLSOUSKEGS C05S7IPnON pySP CURESA CURE for all dteorisnc caasoti bIPID LIVER Ono bottle purchased tjday may STO Lick Bpcll tomorrovr SMALL DOSE LARG2 DOTTLSP CZ rs PET 7112 CZSU2G i SNOW LfciEft1i CO 500502 North Sccoad Street ST LOUIS MO- LII PERRY THOMAS I Rural Telephones resldencnnv time This win be accomplished by means of our telephone service whic hetiflN ISIill Panne for inonniMon re rHrrtliijs our special Farmers Line ra Ifr nnf yon rq no nj yinc tft1 phon service We can immpdiat MississippiJlInEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated l l George Engllh- PLUMBING f l 1 lDoctorfor j 1 I G ss and Gasoline l IIt1211 E Main Street Phonel6I9 i RTHFTMONO KENTUCKYi+ rt vt rrrithw Thing on 2d Street t n not move my stock of Ladies 110 wear Goods into the Yeager ng to keep tjhem Come andsee t much you can buy for a little money use Jut A lot of A few carriedover uk vs New Suits Suits 750 to 20 erwear Today at a Ladies Sweater Price Cloaks 1 4kSkjrtsS 5 to 10 i cut down twothirds t mt anto sell goods at tor A H ONLY IvB Walker PIII = a Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased Kidneys And Most Women Do This Not Knowing thA Real Cause of their Condition These poor Buffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body Is entirely due to Ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder are re sponsible or largely to And la such cases the kidneys ccl blad der are the ogans tit need and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in bacZ groin andlimbs bloating and swell ing of the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listlessness and constant Ured wornout feelingare almost certain srmp toms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills have In thousands of cases been demonstrated as beneficial in all such remarkablYI female organism most prompt relief and permanent benefiLIColumbus Ca writes that she was very ill with kidney trouble end that sho is now wcUa1t- hese tiat Pills are what curcd her They aro very pleasant to take and can In no case produce any deleterious effects upon the system a8 syrupy alcotolie HfjuW prep craticns are apt to do- E C DeWitt Co Chicagont 2Bt every man and woman wh Lave the least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney and blade der diseases to at once write them and a trial box of these Pills will be acnt free by return mall post J paid Do It today r r Foi t Ey All Drpggiot s h t Jo r 5f lj u iT I Sheriffs Sale For Taxes1909OF Land and Town Lots P B Broaddus exSilvia of Mad son county Ky will offer at Public Sale in front of the Court BuatMondayFeb 7 1910 t Cohefollowing property to pay the taxes as esedagainst the same for the year 1009 CoRichmondWhite Bybee Sirs Melvina3 town lots 13 45 Bvbee Gdn Bonnie Bvhee 1Di DuByIeI FBarlowBush Joe 1 town lot 11 70 QOwlsGDuncanyFostert larria Mrs A R 1 town lot 13 50 r HHurstfjJannnnjjJonesjjJonestjtameHaft1lerEiNflJatR1town LoticejjllMobetIsQtaybiunlansdall Hollis I town lot 15 Ifi Jock jjIlie1RLiylorrerrill r SmLI1sfoldgIlirowergtAMiiteLoVlilte JlamesvIjJiniotin Noah 1 acre land 12 55 JorbesIIenry 49 acres land 16 10 wTallfail Jesse 4o acres land 13 85 inSam II r 48 acre land 7 15 U oro Mrs Mary E 70 acres Innd 8 40 Jillion Jas II Admr Susan Land SO acres laud 27 25 tobeite Clans acre land 8 liersThos H nr 242 acres land 7G 00 simpson Jno B 00 acres land 31 05 Itylor olon 37 acres land 12 C- 5faylor Mrs Sidney 75 acresland 14 25 fur pin Hudel acre land 8 15 iVoodmans Lodge No 1082 1 acre land 4 05 SUnionerrymn Srrri T 2 acres land 28 25 Dixon Will 15 acres land 1005 Halo Will 10 acres land 10 10 AWarnerTlllinua Ajex W 4 acres land 28 IB Wilcox TlioaJ 30 acres land 18 IO Elliston No 4 WhiteB CMexenderlrvinetJexanper Harvey 75 acres 6SO FadamsAdams Geo n r 8 acres land 3 85 GCoyleCain Jas 2 acres 10 05 iiUarpetiterGain Thoa Son 20 acreS land 4 05 HEvansfriend W C 73 acres land 10 CO HGreenHunter Jiles 40 acres land GOO tiall Jno W 30 acres laud 630 Hurst Albert 1 town lot 8 Herd G M25 acres land 5 7 Irvine Wilt 100 acres land 6 05- Iaacs Febecea 50 acres land C 9 0IJohnson Will Harvey n r 1 acre laud 4 65 jLainMLakesPLambLewis Polly 50 acres land 4 0 lRLain Isoru G 53 acres laud 11 05 Lakes Fred SO acres land 7 55 McMain Claud n r 0 acres land 4 5- PwtllI Mat cum 55 acres land 5 55 Powell M 29 SPortwoodurtxvood Marthas hrs 25 acres land 3 35 Pitman J K 100 acres land 19 45 Riddle Elisha 20 acres land 095 Stevens R A 15 acres land 8 10 Snow en U J 85 acres land 17 55 Todd W n 100 acies land 19 4K Tuner John acres land 780- Turpin Wilt 9 acres land 5 50- Truitt Rebecca 200 acres land 22 55 Wiakler Frank 26 acres land 610 Wiukler Simpson 2 town lots 1170 Ya Mitaret 7 acres land 305 Y u a Jau b7 acres land 5 65 Yates No 5 White Asberr Jas II 25 acres land 5 05 35f80CAdkinx Jfeal 10 acres land 590 Asoll Etta Ethel 1 town lot 7 15 Jarretl Steve C0acres land 5 05 Jurnoll Lyman 30 acres land 7 50 Brew J u n 0 30 acres land 8 75 Urawoni eo Wnr70 acres land 4 45 C ii if iifcon Jus L 337 acres land 61 40 in tuloh18Hcres land 5 BO Co in in oaliio 43 acres laud 4 65 Cues LutMida 80 acres land 7 20 Fox JunP4 M 12 acres land 5 05 Oentrv Darril Wnr 5 acres land 4 65 Holiowav Mrs EF 2 acres land 2 80 Joiiiton Schuvler 16 Curesland 7 25 Jones William II 2 acres laud 835 Jackson 0 P Sr 20 acres land 5 65 Kaiu James 1 acre land 3 05 Lamb John W38 acres 6 80 Lainhari Sidney 15 acres land 4 45 Lainliart Mary 2 aeres land 5 80 Mnnpin Mrs Juan 17 acres land 5 00 McCornrck EN IO Hcrea land 15 05 Mareli Wilt 17 acres land 6 80 Iowei R 1 acre land 4 40 Parkes William D 20 acres laRd 780 Payne Daniel 4 acres land 4 50 Powell Will 50 acres laRi 615 Powell Hudson 4 acres land 4 45 Pigs William H 90 acres IMH S 90 Pltohctt J J 130 CNS IHi II W 0 A Perkey Win M acres land e 5 05 SiverJ Wll acres land 1505- innerDttuJQ acres Und 880 BOTurpitrpiti Willis 12 acres laud 6 05 Vanwinkle Ras 18 acres laud 6 25 Wilson Grefla 10 acres land 4 45 Waddle Dalt 06 acres land 5 05 Yates EJna 150 acres land 110 10 Glade No 6 White Anglin Mace nr 1 town let 12 25 Blazer John 1 acre land 10 10 Baker W T 2 acres land 8 85 Barclay Georce 1 acre land 8 05 rnell W J 17 acres land 6 80 Barclay Mrs Mary 100 acres land 7 15 15ComblmbiSB 2 town las 34 25 ok It 1 town lot 13 75 Caldwell Horace 00 aciet land 6 30 Cochran Robert 40 acres land 22 55 U impbell Win J 12 acres land 20 80 Cr ChceciCliyleWDail5acresland Davis Ennis 32 acres land 14 60 Da iley Winnie 1 town lot 7 20 ChznevpEiteonwler H II 10 acres land 5 05 wler 11 H 1 town lot 6 95 QJGoldeny Frank 67 acres land 6 30 yBul2Oacres land 6 30 iIJV1townlot 16 43 Dan EsttnerSS acres lsri l AHartrrisn W L 1 town lot 16 45 rdin Mrs Lon 1 town lot 8 45 rria T J 5 acres laud BrinterClHazelwoodrby Davidson 1 tt wn lot 15 20 nville J T 1 town lot 4 GiLogadenartiti Susan 27 acres laud 9 80 gtOrks Rchard 10 acres land 7 65 ftRuthrfordm4ey A P 101 acres land 20 20 QSmithgall Juriea 1 town lot 9 90 ElrivtierGiokeIWiilokely Hannah 91 acres land 14 30 ad J jo E 19 acres land 430 Taylor Frank 13 acres land 7 55 QVaughnnwinklt June ni 1 town lot 13 05 Woosley Mis Sallie 13 acres land 4 65 yWadiIsun tiporge 33 acres land 5 05 Watkirs Thomas 1 town lot 6 25 WadJle tc Co 00 acres Jand 5 to Kirksville No 7 White H ClortoisCoillerMulling DM lace land 5 60 Masters Albert Crutch i Hugh 100 jPottsR hodes John 1 acre land 4 45 Ross Alex 47 acres land 18 60 Sear lUre Jennie I town lot 8 40 nlth Nelson nr7 acre land 800- stev Frank 6 acres land 8 80 BeMillionA Brdamsrgetit PriiitinK Cj 1 town Jot 5 StBrysot D 1 town lot S Burton Woodsons Heirs 20 acres land 465 urton Wilfly 15 acres land 5 05 Bonleyark R L 20 acres land 11 55 Clark F U 3i acres land Ciatieoyd Mrs Daahie 15 acres 3 35 Foster Robert 1 acre land 3 i5 ibson Garland 50 acres land 11 45 oward Ambrose 1 town lot 4 70 Hughes Jarnts 20 acres land 11 05 J T 2 acres land 6 75 Daniel loacres H Uillill Geo T 21 acres land 10 90 ughes Alonzos neirs 9 acres land 3iowardC W 61 acres land 30 25 Ky River Poplar Co 6 acres land 10075 Land Sallie 33 acrei land 7 1 S Lowery Mrs Elizabeth 16 acies land 510 0oweryLowery w M Sr 1 aero land 4 40 Masters Walter 2 acre land 05 oore Jas Vf 13 qcres land il 45 loberly w A nr acres land 13 05 S1urplayerkinsTerry O 317 acres land 9115 uant Vm nr i town lot 4 65 Senfroj TtenfroSurface Mrs Nannie ur 12 acres land 4 9j owers J L 1 town lot 6 o Taylor J V minor 1 town lot 3 35 reater Mrs Jas C 4S acres land IoTudor Mrs Pattie A Heirs acre S Iii Vincent Capertcn ur 80 acres land 17 45 warren Boon 4 acres land 5swhitaker Alice Heirs 12 acres land 3 35 whitakerwill 11 acres lend 7 8 Young John It 5 acres Ipnd 8 o5 Richmond No J Colored Afford Eligah Heirs 1 town lot 5 35 Ballard Wince 1 town lot 4 nurnum Job Cat I tol lot 4 Ballard Squire 1 town lot ii 40- Black Sallio 1 town lot 6 45 Ballow Pattie 1 acre land 4 SO Banks Jo 1 town lot 8 05 Boggs Harriett 1 town lot SO 15 Bronston Jako 1 town lot 4 Brock Bell 1 town lot 8 70 Burgiu Martha irs town lot 4 85 Chambers Goo 1 acre and 4 45 Covingtoii 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 Lizzie 1 town lot i 75 Craig Mnllitfln 1 town lot S 85 Chenault Tobo nr 1 town lot 4 85 Daniels Lucy 1 town lot 4 25 Embry Julia A 1 town lot EstilI 5Tena 1 town lot 3iO Estill Robt L nr 1 town lot 3 15 Fife Mary E 1 town lot 4 80 Fife Martha 3 town lots 9 Ski Francis Dock 1 town lot 7 20 Gibbs Mary 2 town lots 4 30 Green Geol town lot 0 50 TIHI Nathan 1 town lot 5 U5 Henderson Dave 1 town lot 11 75 Hislo Andy 1 town lot 7 OJ Haley Robt I town lot 9 40 SOHi1IWyattIrvine Joe S I town lot 50 I 0 0 F Lodge 1 town lot 20 45 Jones ItIchard2 town lots 5 15 Jackson nettle Heirs 1 town lot 3 15 655KeUyMartin John nr 1 town lot 4 SO 80MundayMason Millie 1 town Jot 3 Martin IrvIne S acres land 5 gj 15rkilfasV Phelps Sophie J town lot 4 no Phelps Nannie I town lot 5 10 Palmer James Sr 1 town lot 7 05 Parks Shelton nr 3 town lots 10 05 Smith Cassio 1 town lot 545 SmtthScottl town lot 4 85 Stone Minerva Heirs 1 town lot 3 75 Sherman Mary town lot 4 85 Smith Pauline 1 town lot 05 Smith Ellen 1 town lot i 3 75 Tevis Cassio 1 town lot S 45 Turner Mary nr1 town lot 3 75 TyoAVm town lot 5 40 Walker Ed 1 town lot IWillis Al 1 town lot S D5 Walker Toms Heirs 1 town lot 4 30 White Narcis 1 town lot 5 45 Wingfleld Millie 1 town tot S 45 White Rollie 1 town lot 4 85 White Rose 1 town lot 3 15 15WillisWalker Elias 1 town lot 4 85 Yates Margaret 1 town lot 5 45 Yates Hattie 1 town lot S 75 Foxtown No 2 Coloredfr Be Ar 00Bentley35Chenaultenault Letcher 0 acres land 6 25 10Chenault640Chenault prx055Hillnes Perry 20 acres land 095 dham WillU 25 acres land 1005 520Shearer505TaylorTurner James 19 acres land 1050 315Walker075WilliamsUnion No 3 Colored 870Brock305Daniels505Gentry440Gentryll Abo nr 9 acres land 335 720Morganone Cy 8 acres land 505 Elliston No 4 Colored 95Bates9 vingoa mo A 2 acres land 500 40Collins35EllisonD5Gilbert65Irvine30XewmanOldham Harriett acres land 3 35 35Parkslio tto Coyston00YatesduYatesnD5CollinsConley Eliza 2 acres land 255 tlOCornelison 530Cornelison 505Easley505Mundayunday Bock 30 acres land U05 505StoneGlade No 6 Coloredti 405nurdettBaxter Arthnr 15 acres land 505 335Bennett 335nurnampurnam1 acre land 615 crooksBallcw Mathew Sr 53 acres land DOO 375BIthet50Bronaugh 140Chenault480Campbell 575Farris105Fire50ife315Francis 565Gentr410HaiLMoran Ed 2 town lots 1615 420Martin 85MoranMason Frank 7 acres land 6 30 j 05lartinuu DOJIilchellTcrry 35Pctonn hhodusRico Ben 1 acre lamln 4 70 ttose Anderson hero land S 65 D5Shearerhearer Marion 12 acres land 5 40Shearer315fevis40VaughWalker Spence 1 acre land 5 05 85Wilmore 55WalkerWalker Martha 1 acre land 3Ui 75WestSqWarnerRobt 1 acre land 4 80 iSWalkerKirksville No 7 Colored 35Baxter80EmbryHayden Geo 10 acres land 19 10 40ijj0 acres land 6 75 Miller Lou 2 acres land 5 05 II OJSmIthSmith Mnriah town lot 7 45 45rumerMillion No 8 Colored Alverson Arch aero land 3 95 Burton Wm Sr 1 acre lapd 405 Creed Vica town lot 5 05 Clay Madison 1 town lot 5 05 Embry Tom 22acres land 12 65 Finn Green town lot 0 10 Fife Chas 23 acres land 9 Goggins Harriets lies 55 acres 26 50 26Munday 50 60 80MnndayScottltown Schooler Violet J5 acres land 4 6 Willis Iko 1 acro land 441 Warner Irvine 1 acre land 3 95 Warner Snub 4 acres land 3 35 For Sale Privately Since the death of my father who at tended to our jack stock I find I can not give them tho attention they should havo and attend to my office I will therefore t1 privately the following stock nine Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years old AU well bred 6 ready for service good colors well broke Also lO jennets running from colt to aged jennot well bred 5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Call on or ad dress moat Richmond Ky litc ROT C Wane RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gas GUantd Fr mtheTIttof All Denominations Reality confidence and reverence these three make up the religion of a young man and the greatest of tnett is reverence Rev Dr Hugh T Kerr Presbyterian Cblcago What Christ Wants UPOIChr1stwiththat He wants us to obey him Rev A A Lamy Roman Catholic Worcester Mass Life Life is what you put into It not what you get out of IL Happiness Is a triumph of the inner spirit over the universe Rev Dr Frank Crane Con gregatlonallst Worcester Mass A Fruitful Christian Any sensible person will say that of Christians he Is most likely to be uitful who most gives himself his wers and possessions to the Interests Gods kingdom Rev Dr Leete Episcopalian Detroit Mich To Approach God The way to God Is through the mind of man Each generation sets a higher standard of living and therefore the mind of man should conceive end ap edate the high standard given us b- ydRev C Carpenter Methodist Aurora Ill ComplainersThe day Is workers for the Lord We need Christians who will come In and go to work and not sit down and complain about some one not making them wa- lcomeRe S W Smith Baptist Prov- Idence R Measure of Gods Love The gift of Christ is the only ade qu ate measure of Gods love Tho world contains many things to bless man but we cannot judge from what we see abopt us the measure of Gods loveRe D R Rankin Presbyte rIm Denver Men at Church Men do go to church and in large numbers aud with sympathetic souls when you give them something to go for something that satisfies their highest intellects their spiritual aspirations d needs Rev K B Tnpper Bap t Philadelphia Gods Hand Behind the mechanism of the worlds civilization Is the power of God The hands of God are on our bands for good If we trusted Gods hand more we should spend less time fretting and worrying Rev Dr O P Gifford Baptist Brookline Mass Marks of Moral Power Everywhere there are marks of a mor al power that makes for righteousness in the world Life is keyed to fair play through nature by automatic methods rewards for righteousness and punishment for Iniquity Rev N D mIlls- ngregatlonalist Brooklyn Value of Reverence When a man Pwunever hushed in the presence of mys tel the fountain of his Joy Is soon dried up and he becomes his own god Rev Dr Hugh T Kerr Presbyte- rIan Chicago Lesson of Resurrection Life Is stronger than death The soul is not conquered when the body diesibut through the shadows of the rises to a higher and better state oftexistence Heaven Is not far away above the sky but a word of spiritual life and love and power right around This Is the lesson of the resurrec on of Jesus Rev A T Bowser Unl tarlan Atlanta Ga The Way to Give Giving means little unless the giver gives himself Men who give 100 to some charitable organization would do a great deal more good It they went- ersonally and gave a dollar to some poor family There Is danger that charitable enterprises may take away our personal interest In the poor and needy Churches should learn to give their money to tile Lords work and not to nn oyster supper In which there Is only one oyster on In which the meal costs twice as much as is asked for it Rev Dr Bustard Baptist acre land O The Goof Man No man Is a good man who is not good to himself unless he obeys the laws of health and then takes good care of hIs body Neither can he be good to himself If he neglects his mind and grows up in ignorance In this age of public schools there Is no cx cuse for Illiteracy Every man owes it to himself to develop his mind to his fullest opportunity No man Is good to himself who allows his highest and finest part to atrophy Many a man has a fine body and an educated mind who has never cultivated his soul Ali the finer things of his spiritual have been utterly neglected His lofty and eternal nature his spiritual part that makes him most like God whose offspring he Is has been forgotten His moral nature Is starved To be a good man one must be careful of tin health of his body the education of his mind and the culture of his spIr- Itual nature No man Is n good man who Is not good to his fellow men A good man is good In his homo life There all the noble qualities shine If one Is bad It will show In the privacy of his home If he Is good anywhere he must be good to those who know and love him best He must be good in his business life practicing the Golden Rule and being absolutely honest lIe will show his goodness In the kindly consideration he shows those less favored than himself It Is the way one treats his Inferiors more than the way he treats his equals which reveals ones real character Rev Charles Bayard Miliken Methodist Episcopal Chicago Liver Trouble Remedy Free Any intelligent person can be his own doctor in the ordinary case of liver trouble for the symptoms cannot be mistaken If the white of the eye becomes yellowish if the skin becomes sallow it pimples and blotches appear if the bowels do not move if you have sick headache if you are yourliveryetfoundSrrupPepsinwonderful remedy Is not only a laxative but a tonic as well It will start the flow of gastric juice thereby soon enabling the liver to do Its work naturally A bottle of this great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 60 sinsbottleFor example John W Lee 619 So Penn cylvanla ave Indianapolis Ind had a stubborn and very longstanding case of liver trouble with pimples blotches Jaundice etc and it cured him Mrs D Fllnchum Jackson Ky says the same cf It Thousands of families keep It In the house against Just such an emer gency as you can never tell when some member of the family will need a good laxative In order to have you or any other suf rerer from the liver make a test of Dr personalexpensctest bottle If you will send your name and address Tho sample will show you how pleasant It Is to take how gently It works It will start you on the cure of your trouble and convince you that you have found a cure That Is the object of the sample and the doctor urges you to- eendror It today It there Is anythfngaboet your ailment that you dont understand or If you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There to no charge for thltrHrVIM The address Is Dr WB CatdweB 500 Caldwell feWff jaooUeeHo BJ I ITeacrOI Ii RAQAM o the Newest and latest Novel Young Men plnln and fancy effectsthe IFurnlshlnJR kind a1trnctlvepdfernllsome gay others plainthe right fit f Floral The Monument dealers have added to their business a TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do better work than ever before They have a f Granite and Marble and Invite their friends to call nd inspect their stockand wnrk Satisfaction guaran teed Golden Flora Public Sale As administrators for Nan nie C Gentrys estate we will on Wednesday Feb 9t at 10 oclock a m ou the Union pike 5 miles from Richmond near Union sell to the highest bidder the following personal property 1 good family horse 1 good brood mare 1 twoyearold filly 1 yearling Illly 2 cows and 2 calves 1 good work mule 1 rubber tire buggy good asnew 1 notop buggy Buggy harness 1 mowing machine 1 farm wagon J corn shelter 1 organ hnuschold and kitchen furniture and other articles Terms made known on day of sale Archie Dunn l Butler Dunn f Admrs James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed Dr C H Mainhart Graduate VeteltnSI liege of Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon Offlco at J U Azbilla Stable Office Phone 09 l Res Phone 532f Richmond Ky lectric Oil at once It acts like magic With Tis ipach V Ladies naturally turn their atten tion to needle work The long wittier evenings are ideal fur doing fancy work Mis Eva Roberts carried a full line of tampingbe glad at any time to show her patteraaMany beautiful Christ mat are to be sera at her shop When IB the need of Erabroirtei1 Materials Stamping etc call OR Miss Eva Robertsr first Street Our clothes cost no more ComeletuRation to buyour pleas todayfrConicerecting awaits you at Character in- CLOTHES Iswbat lendsCharacter u Km Are You Satisfied is the opint of the age this is nowhere more noticeable than in our C othes- STYLISH BECOMING CLOTHES are an entree to the good opinion of others no tnqtter If on business or social mixsion if nNerehuntenhance 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 theresult will be so apparent that you will dutytoMaster Tailors and Designers SCHLOSS BROS CO of Baltimore and New York On Sale Here Only bySchlossand set the fashion in advance of the day thir give the wearer the supreme charm strength and confidence of being uncommonly welldressed We have a splendid showing of all the new styles There are Business Suits nay and Evening Dress Suits and Overcoats and Raincoats hand tailored garments that are made in the finest possible way You must conic In and try on one of these garments and you will then reUse the dlf ferencelbetwcen these and the ordinary clothes of the shops TIcsthe new kind that give expression and tone Shoesthe nobbcst patterns the best styles the best makes Try our Shoes W D OLDHAM RICHMOND KENTUCKY Golden PNEUMATIC largeassortment withb ffhta z New Quarters 1 We are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in se- asonihurman Grocery Company ===== The Burton Water System unv Water Works 1 For Country Homes Br our Pneumatic Water System water is forced any where in house stable or yard for all domestic pur roses and for Sit protection Cool water in summer and Ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank underground no freezing or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic in action Air pressure generated by band pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our individual water works plants are in use We baTe many from these satisfied users and hue published about Shy of them in book form It mijVes a book ot strong Personal opiniciis a ree Costs f 500 and up according to your rcq11iremeul3 Write for full patS ticuIsr3CABURTON i5 WER iUULY COMPANY r Ule lutes CSt anu cueapet plant for storinjr water underpressure always reliable su o unit sure Can be put In bv your self and operated by hand motor srasolinc entitle wind mlUaath- the latest and best water supply system This system is ideal fu farms country homes luburbnii places and can lie adapted tonny place condition or position paC modern anil have all h latest luiproveanent5 Splena d place and have Imths and all the comforts of a city home The Cost is slight tha bcnciitiHcrit Sold By Motor Incorporated ttSThls cut shows a well with hand pump Avoid Danger When you are sick or from any of the troubles to wpmen dont Car dui that md remedy for wo men of women have used Cardui and been benefited Why not you Dont take any chances Get the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages TAKE youbelieve Clothesbearing producedby CO verybest yGet Richmond Plumbing Company suffering peculiar delaytake vellknown successful Thousands CARDUI It Will Help Yon Yrs Luzania Morgan Sneedville Tenn writes For ten years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedies without relief I had pains all over my body and at times I could not sit up At last I took Cardui and pow I can do my housework I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick woman itAT ALL DRUG STORKS n ti = It bfJ 1TI1 I i 1- t F- J 1- II 12tl1 Great Loom End Ie ClearnceSakI 4IJILI ==El == VIDOl t lEII K = = = K = IJII IK s La Y jLiJ = FOur Biggest and Best Sale Dont Miss It The shrewd buyers op portunity You willsee what you want and want what you see Come The opportunity knocks at your door and duty to yonrseif and family demands that you take advantage of this great opportunity So be on hand without fail The values in this sale will cause it to be handed down as one of the greatest in the history of Madison county Nothing can bring broader than the mighty savings to be made at this stupenduous saleEmerson says If a man write a better book preach a better sermon or make a better basket than his neigh bor although he builds his house in thewoods the world will make 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 o that of peo who throng our T t c 7 ootT a O77b 9f IONE HANDLER BETWEEN THE AND OUR CUSTOMERS And that BUSY GASH STORE which controls Loom Attend this sale and save profitsthe jobbers of Ends of the finest fabrIcs AmerIca sale The had stuffand buyers first saved you bought thousands dollars we are enabled our during this sale values in that be You ground find tapped to salgot chOIce of all the best values words they cleaned up andtrshy shop thatvarieties of all good lengths and In to we of End goods you want endless our of red prices We space to mentIOn only few the values but prices 1Ybind see you waftIreg tag they will be revealed to you over the of sale SALE BEGINS SATURDAY JANY CLOSES JANY 22 i Boot and Shoe Bargains You know we are sole for Queen Quality Finn Shoes for ladies in Richmond You also know that the manufacturers of do not allow us to cut prices on a pair unless wo get special permission from them to do so have arranged with to allow us to cut prices during this sale and you can buy for two weeks only Queen Quality shoes at remarkably low We hBO of broken lots of Shoes in sizes and qualities good shoes and good but Loom Sale prices have been put on so low that it will the entire lot out in order If arc needing shoes dont fail to see thin lot we can fit anybody in kind of a shoe you want at less than the original co- stDont the best ones get away from you Come tho day and fit up ycur LOOM END BARGAINS Wo have bought for this sale ono lot of White Bed Spreads about 500 in lot large size 81x90 regular f150 values Loom End Sale s 99c One lot Bed Spreads full size about two hundred in lot worth 1 regular price Loom End price 69c One lot White Fringed Bed Spreads cut corners regular 2 values Loom End price f12S Watch for Red Tickets in Every Department They Mean Bargains for y 500 Mens Laundried Negligee Shirts manufacturers 2nds in new styles stripes and plain white You can get any kind at 0 39c One lot of full size Bed Blankets 104 size in white and tan regular puce 75 to pair Loom End prico 49c One lot of large 114 Bed Blankets in white and and tan regular 125 values Loom End price per pair 75a One of line all in white with blue and and white red and black and white regular price per pair 5 Loom End price 35 All our fine wool Blankets were formerly sold for 650 to 750 and 58 per pair bo sold during the sale in a lot Your choice for any you may like at 4 85 Every Department in this Mammoth Sale or = r rh l 1 Boys Clothing and Notions In no department in the great we reductions Many of the boys clothing in we want to closeout have cut onehalf in price andin cases less than half price 50 boys Cassimero Knee regular price fl50 Loom End priceic50 boys Cassimero Suits price 250 and 3 Loom End price i r fF 25 PDoomrice 350 and iJ 196 100 boys Cassimere Knee Suits in the very best brands all aiicenew fall and winter suits regular price S tot6 0cEnd price Vi 2 C8 ono lotof boys Cassimero Knee Pants all sizes that we sell regular for 500 75c and 1 per pair will be sold the sale at 85c at 110 Miscelaneoos Bargains 200 fringed Mats in beautiful designs regular prico 75c sale price 35e 100 fringed Brussels Rugs all pretty patterns good size regular fl25 sellers sale price 75 200 beautiful Velvet Rugr 2754 size regular 250 sale price 125 200 extra Velvet Rugs size 36x72 regular l value sale price V2 f9 All wool Ingrain Carpet remnants in lengths from 5 to 12 yards regular price 05 and 75o per yard sale price 39c 1000 large heck Towels regular price Loom End price 80 1000 extra fine all linen f in beautiful rid pink blue and yellow borders alto plain white regular price 29 to 35u bought especially for this price19c200 plain white Hemstitched all pure linen regular price 25c sale price 19c blcichTurkishpay 2oc for everyday sale price 19c 500 Stephens alllInen unbleached inlegtlfrom price71aDont fail to Hamburg arid and Lace for this sale Now is the thneto embroideries specially you can get at Loom End prices You will see staks of themall marked with red tags in plain figures Dont miss imperfectionsbo sold during sale at less than half their real value Dont miss them mean bargains for you lEthe clerks are all busy please wait yourselves goods marked plain figures A square deal all r Dont fail to see cur of PETTiCOATS bought for this 3Sale 100 Mercer ized Petticoats beautiful ruf full size worth 1our Loom Endprice 69c500 ladies Petticoats in black and colors reg ular 150 and 2 sellers full size find made End price 95cHe- IPus r I j to you Come to the store where you get low prices on everything and bargains smiling every corner l ====CC CDS ==o iO7 13 Days Bargain Biig Sale That will be the greatest for the economical housekeeper in the history good old Richmond You know what our mean jje- do not give you a lot of hot air stories to earned money to you You afford to this opportunity s If you have the bargain instinct goods and prices will quickly convince you you get something for almost nothing a REMEMBERThis is strictly a cash e sale have reduced prices so low that we positively cannot afford to book for any one In instances prices are below the actual cost of pro duction and we must the An x of sales people have been employed for the sole to help attend to the wants the multitude of ple will store ONLY MILLS is the BEE the End Sales in this city those the commission merchants and the brokerallworth Loom in for thIS for We have thousandsmills the our being the on the the bell the and upon of to customers good seasonable merchandise will long remembered wont worn dont plCk In other patterns big quantities addition the Loom Ends shall offer our entire stock new stud at Loom Read these wherey in Look through at the thousands have a of all store each the may a 0 agents Queen Qualityshoes single We them prices numbers different all End them close short you any half the let all first family Jdte White You figures you want gray 85c Extra gray lot wool Blankets pink borders blue plaids plaids f all that will Included store have made sweeping very small lots that been sorae Suits Knee regular I from Loom during patterns Brnssel bright price pretty extra 15o ringed Damask Towels sue yards sjtfe see our offerings buy your when them them the plain1Jgurcs on All in to Special Lots black with fle beautifully Loom Sale help from A feast of sales youOurcant miss our can We most them many have cash extra force the made when startoffer store tags day styles such best Towels Hosiery and Underwear Our entire Hosiery stock has been marked down in price for this our biggest and best Loom End Sale In addition to our regular stock we have purchased exclusively for this sale large lots of manu facturers seconds and odd lots that you can buy at loss than the cost of the raw material One Ibt of ladies black Hose manufacturers seconds regu ular price 15c per pair sale price 7e tInEnd price6cOne lot mens Half Hoso in black tan and navy a1ufacIturers seconds regular price from 10 to 15c pair sale One lot extra fine mens Half Hose in all the latest patternsIf all sizesregular price from 25 to 35c pair sale prico 19c We can Fit any Machine you may use in Needles Shuttles and Bobbins Needles Shuttles and Bobbins for use In All Makes of Sewing MnchJnesf Get our prices on all kinds of children a from 25 to 33 13 per cent onJeach purchase e3 The Busy Bee Cash Store H KENTUCKYM1r r M HYL f i i t