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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i J i e ThE c RICHMnOND CLIMAX VOLUME 36 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26 1910 NUMBER 34i un WALL PAPER Bread is the Staff OtUfTN- 17ttFO 1IAEJrGOWte Good Flour Brings Happiness Every Member of the I FamilyAfter investiga lion we have found ColeAiwaysReliablew Jtr Reliable Ballards Obelisk Flour is tin very bHt ou the market and have arranged to keep a large stock on hand at all toes m barrel lots Try it ank you will use no other Burnside f RobinsonO- ffice and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND Chaff E Donglas Geo D Simmons J W Deatherage NOTICE This is to announce to you that Mr James W Deatherage has purchased an interest in the firm of Douglas Simmons and the firm name changed to Douglas Simmons Deatherage We have moved to our new and commodious quarters on Second street and our stock in eludes everything in the hardware line We wish you a prosperous and happy new year We thank you for past patronage and solicit a r continuance of your favors s f Douglas Simmons I Deatherage St We Sell t May Manton tv tPatternslOc Each ii it W he Right Way to get good work is- o buy your paper from an up to date ins and get an to uplodatepaperhangcrShop The Ministers Association in a neighboring town is tabs commended for its endeavor to make the public to do its trading early on Saturday In order that stories may bo closed earlier and tired clerks bo allowed plenty of dime to rest before rig to church services on the following day but the ministers might have gono n step farther and also urged this same public to trade baforo atur day arrives whenever that is possible We have the authority of a wellknown merchant thut Richmond residents have the Saturday trading habits so well developed that they seem not to want to shop on any ether day Circumstances of course compel many to do their trad ing on that day but the complaint is against the many others who could shop just as easily on Monday or Wednesday or Friday but who put off their trading until the last minute and then rush prancing to tho stores and there fre quently become displeased bOcauso they cannot get as much attention as they would like If Saturday were left for those who must trade on that day es pecially Saturday evening not only would the clerks be worked less hard but the customers would receive better Service If you must trade on Saturday do so early stud If you need not shop that day try shopping on some other day when the stores are notso crowded Fofeys Kidney Remedy will ewe any case of kidney or bladder trouble hat is not beyond the reach of medi fiinn invigorates the entire system toil strengthens the kidneys so that Blimiuatn the impurities from the blood Backache rheumatism kulner god bladder troubles are all cured b this great medicine Commence tak- Ing at once and avoid Bright Disease end Diabetes Dr Abernethy the sjreafEiiKlish physician said Watcl your kidneys hen they are affected life is danger Sold by Stockton and Son jlm Sensitive People Sonsitivo people seem to enjoy sensi tiveness says an exchange They are filways on the lookout for something to jivo them pain They are much like a cat would be with a tail forty foot long dragging around tho floor ready to bo tramped tipon AVo aro crowded pretty thick upon litos groat thoroughfare lad cant well help elbowing each other is wo pass along Ninetynine times out bT every hundred no harm is intended but these sensitive people who have the longest and sharpest elbows of any body arealways attributing a motive to avery accidental jog they got The fact is personal importance is at the bottom of this wholo thing Tho world is not thinking about youbut you im igino that the whole world should be run in your interest J F Ladies Ladies Suits worth 2500 to 3500 for 1500 Ladies fnits worth 1750 to 2000 for 1151 Ladies Suits worth 1250 to 1500 for 850 worth 1000 r for 650 G tt 0 ji 7 r 1t Ladies Cloaks worth 1750 to 2000 for 1050 t Ladies Cloaks worth 1250 to 1350 for 850 Ladies Cloaks worth 1000 for 595 Ladies Cloaks worth 750 to 850 for 475 Ladies Cloaks worth for Cloaks 98c to 300 fZ i fii A tv a hone 412 W P BAXTER= Teach the Children to Save Money It is often and truthfully said that a penny saved isa penny made Tho foundation of many of tho greatest fortunes was begun by saving a penny The habit of saving is one of the best that can bo formed Every child should be taught to save something every week The satisfaction of counting these pen nies when the bank is emptied is one of tho pleasures that wo never forget per haps overt one of us can remember tho thrill of joy We had when we emptied the contents of tho bank on the table and counted and recounted this moun tainpf wealth how eager wo wero to toll our little friends the amount of our great fortune and raced with them in refilling the bank To bring this pleasure within tho reach of every child and help the forming of tho pennysaving habit Messrs Scott Browne 409 Pearl St Now York the manufacturers of Scotts Emulsion are offering to send to any address for lOc a beautiful little Saving Bank each bank contains a new Good Luck Penny Send 10 cents and get one The Meanest Man In Town ra the one who always wears a frown is crosi and disagreeable and is short ind sharp in his answers Nine cases out of ton its not the poor fellows fault its his liver and indigestion that make him feel so miserable he cant help being disagreeable Are you in danger of getting into that condition Then start at onco taking Ballards Ilerbine for your liverthe sife sure and reliable vegetable regulator Sold by Perry Thomas jIm Hemp Growers 1909 crop of river bottom and upland cultivated hemp seed latest impartation Sample and price on application Both phones Yours truly- J W GLASS Sox j2015t Camp Nelson Ky LnGrippe roughs are dangerous as they frequently develop into pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens tile lungs so that no ser ious results need be feared We do not know of a single instance where aI cough or cold resulted in pneumonia when Foleys Honey and Tar had been taken The genuine Foleys Honey rod Tar contains no harmful drugs iid ia in a yellow package Sold by Stockton k Son jlm Tickets given with every bundle of laundry at the Normal City Laundry en titling holder to chance on fine piano Greatest offer of the day Look into it j22t A Good Kind of Religion We want a religion that softens the step and tunes tho voice to melody and fills the eye with sunshine and promptly checks tho impatient exclamation anti harsh rebuke a religion that is polite and deferential to superiors courteous inferiors and considerate to friends a religion that goes into the family rind keeps tho wife from being cross when her husband late for dinner and keeps the wife from being fretting when he tracks the door with his muddy boots and makes him mindful of the scraper and door mat and keeps the mother patient when the baby is cross and amuses the children as well as instructs them cares for the servants besides paying them promptly projects the honey moon into the harvest moon and makes the happy like the Easter fig tree bearing in its blosom at once tho tender blossom and tho glory of the ripen fruit Wo want a religion that shall interpose between the ruts and tho gullies and tho rocks of the ways of life andtho sensi tive souls who are traveling over them Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In auratice Co will loan money at 3 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenanlt Ally 09if Richmond Ky Doans Regulets cure constipation tone the stomach stimulate the liver promote digestion and appetite and easy passages of the bowels Ask your druggist for them 25c a box LOST Between Richmond and Union jilkq last Tuesday a pocket book containing glasses blank book and small change also calling cards and some letters Will reward liberally if returned to this office Mri Try DALTOS j 12tf Are you saving your coupons given on the piano by tho Normal Oily Laundry Its a fine instrument and everybody has an equal chance to get it j122t Life insurance is a protection that no man should fail to have See Brock C Smith and place your insurance in a safe reliable company jI22m Every Mother io or should be worried when the lit tie ones have a cough or cold It may lead to croup or pleurisy or pneu moniathen to something mcreserions Ballard Horehound Syrup will cure the trouble at once and prevent any complication Sold by Perry and Thomas jlm a A4 J N Mattress Less Money J AW Our liberal guarantee is backed up by the Vi Stearns Foster Coand proves doubt Vthe superior quality of Stearns Sc Footer mattresses mS1iAMS TER JAATTRESSr III mattress maker do mattresses a dark merely by a pretty or a pleasant talk Come in F mattress 60 nights his re Yon feel as if you had one face tco many you have Dont yon Save tho face you may need it but get rid of the Neuralgia by apply ing Ballards Snow Finest in tho for rheumatism neuralgia scalds lame back aud all pains Sold by Perry d Thomas jlm Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton Ha gan 24nly P s a Suits LadiesSuits Ladies Cloaks s I J In the mentioned we other lines of up to date Laces Underwear Ginghams etc 1910 The most of new we ever and bun have not been by high cotton as all out were placedeariy the z see irn i j The Wrong Way is to buy lot o stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone of when thine world burns old thing to take a cough cantainingopiates that stifle your cough instead of curing it Foleys and Tar loosens and cures the cough and expels the poisonous germs thus pre venting pneumonia and consumption Refuse and take the genuine Foleys Honey and in tho yellow Sold by Son jlm WALL PAPER Better WINDSOiGRADE can to are to out at A of bj for ex to 57 J B Co t 1 f c We it to be better Ithan any other advertise d J make at any price ft Foster Mattrccse to examine ircide a the important side to know IWW of the very you buy something no other allows yeu to The inside most is secret and you cant Judge ticking clerks todayV7V rEve sold on frro q4VV rn c keyOidhVaToo Neuralgia Liniment cuts WcA rice Cut AI mostci nH I yes 50Qio J50 g35J Childrens For beyond L c addition to special prices have bargains in heavy goods Also complete new and Embroideries Muslin for Spring beautiful assortment Spring White Goods have shown prices affected one whit the prices in orders and before advance Come and medicine merely Honey substitutes only Tar package Stockton and guarantee All Stearns allow you the most Save Your Hogs How you afford take chance against diseases which liable wipe your entire herd any time few doses Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy protects your hogs against disease and makes them grow and fatten Sold Perry Thomas Tiring your wheat and corn change the new mill Phone 12btf Sanders i For indigestion and all stomach troubles take Foleys Orino Laxative It is the natural remedy for indigestion dyspepsia heartburn bad breath sick headache torpid liver biliousuesn and habitual constipation Foleys Orino Laxative sweetens the stomach and breath and tones up the entire alimentary system Mrs F G Fritts Oneonto N Y writes us My littlo girl has had great benefit from Foleys Orino Laxative She has taken only three or four small bottles and 1 think it is one of the greatest stomach and liver remedies there h Sold by Stockton Son jlm r L We Sell May Manton ftPatternsWe Each g Mens Suits J iMensMens Suits worth 1000 for 695 iMens Suits worth 750 to 850 for 550 JiiI Mens Overc atsj f Overcoats worth 1750 to 2000 forHp Overcoats worth 1250 to 1500 for 950iOvercoats worth 10 for Overcoats worth 750 to 850 for 550 Overcoats worth 500 to 650 for 375 Youths Overcoats from 275 to 395 j iJBiciys Overcoats from 98c to 295 7i ta t 11 t1 tiAILToN1nOTHEHSI i e JL w N 0 o uti WC +j i i1 L 1 e ri IVIcKeeis REMNANT SALE Friday Jan 14 Everyone knows what bargains they get each year t our Remnant Sale for I 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 J4 and come early Yours respectfully OW- ENMcKee The Richmond Climax roiUSlED IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor ol PRESS and PUBtlStERS lEAGUE FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JAN 20 1910 RECENTLY a Louisville minister urged hiscongregation to attend the theatres that is of course the best class of the play houses The minister was exactly right as in most every play there is a sermon stronger than the average one heard from the pulpitthat is it is set before the hearers more clearly Take the play Polly of the Circus for instance This play hits strongly at hypocrisy narrowmindedness fanati cism It teaches the lesson so badly needed in many communities that for one to set up his own standard of morals and conduct and insist that all other standards are wrong can only bring the rightful contempt of just persons upon the extremist Nearly every play on the American stage today has a good sound lesson in it and us stated above it is brought out so strongly that it will reach people and assist wonderfully the work the ministers are striving so hard to do The old idea that the theatre as a rule is an immoral place is a mistaken one that is it is erroneous today A DILL has been introduced in Kcn tucky legislature to prohibit treating in the State That is a follow will be forced to take his nip alone This may and doubtless does suit the skinflint who is stingy and too mean to divide but to the genuine Kentuckian who takes an occassional smile and who does not enjoy it unless in a congenial crowd or with some good fellow it will work a hardship Those who know say that ninetenths of the pleasure of a drink lies in the sociability connected therewith TIlE high price of meat has caused a number of citizens at Cleveland Ohio to enter into an agreement to eat meat only once a week The plan has been put in operation and already the dealers are beginning to drop in prices If this plan could be entered into all over the country for ono mohth the meat trust would fall with a dull thud It is a great scheme and we wish that the plan would bo agitated by the press KENTUCKY had a Democratic governor for several hours last Wednesday Gov Willson was in Washington and Lieut Cov Cox went to Cincinnati just a few hours to fulfill his promise to Conn Lynn president pro tern of the Senate that the latter should have the Honor of fill ing the executive chair if only for a few hours PBESIDEST of the Senate Conn Lynn who served as governor of Kentucky for a few hours last Wednesday would have made a tenstrike had ho pardoned Henry Youtsey This would have closed the Goebcl murder as Youtsey is the last of the convicted conspirators and many believe should be set free as the others were pardoned THE season for church revivals is now on and many are in progress in the State Many excellent people derive inspiration from these special services that is a benefit to them throughout the year and anything that serves to keep aflame the religious spirit of man is likely to bo of benefit not only to him self but to those about him Back to farm is the slogan of an organization of New York men who were roared on farms The object of the organization is to induce farm boys to remain where the members of the association would not stay A convention for the study of the hookworm is in session at Atlanta over delegatesbbingpresent ann says this is quite an imposing array vennlfugists WE dont see why tho executive com- mIttee could not have called a months meeting of tho Press Association in Mammoth Cave during January just the time when bill collectors arq after 4J nVlpau f r w ft THE barbers at Lexington are divided on the proposition of Sunday closing of their shops Tho matter is now in the courts and the law may be declared constitutional by a close shave A snowball diet if strictly adhered to will reduce tho cost of living This recommendation is given from personal knowledge Please pay your subscription to The Climax The Omaha flee is authority for the announcement that Bryan will again run for president in 1912 That Mr Bryan is a great man no ono will deny but hes figuring too far ahead Ax L and N engine stopped last week to take water and another train dashed into it causing a wreck The wets will be able to find a great moral in this accident DEALERS say the high prices have caused many people to quit eating meat Well theres consolation in the fact that physicians say meat is unhealthy anyway PARTY organs in Kentucky are busily engaged in the pleasant pastime of tell ing how bright are tho prospects of party success THE trouble with that Sundayclosing law for barbershops is that the barbers have almost talked it to death How do you like the oldfashioned winter as far as it has gene THE Standard Oil Company is to be dissolved again March 18th THE winter seems to get more old fashioned all the time Do your February clearenccsalo shop ping early f Social and Personal J a J 1 J L Gill and Joe Price of Lancaster were in town Thursday lion L B TJerrington came up from Frankfort to spend Sunday Mr Thos Million has returned from a business trip to Alabama Miss Kate Schmidt is the guest of Mrs W McCarnney in Winchester Miss Amelia Kavanaugh is visiting her sister Mrs Mattie Terrill Judge W R Shackolford was in Cincinnati last week on business Mr Charles Tapp has returned to Winchester after a visit in this city Prof Henry Willham of Perryville has entered the State Normal School Mrs J S Collins has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Robert Burke in Shelby City Mr Rqbert Mays who has been visit ing his brother W O Mays has returned to Paint Lick Mr Jake Wagers of Somerset came home Tuesday to spend a month with relatives here Miss Marian Nolancl and sister have been recent guestsof Miss Margaret An derson in Paint Lick Mrs J T Palmer and children have been visiting Mr and Mrs Joe McCO- rmack in Paint Lick Mr Leonard Miller and bride have returned to Lancaster after a few da s visit to relatives here The condition of Mr Allen Zaring is very much improved and ho hopes to be back to his work in a few days Dr and Mrs Bosley go to Lebanon Thursday to attend the fiftyseventh anniversary of his parents marriage Mrs Joe Dales who has been visiting her niece Mrs Alfred Spotswood in Lex ington has returned to Richmond Lawrenceburg News Attorney O P Jackson of Richmond came here Saturday anti paid a visit to friends near Old GoshenWinchester DemocratMisses Laura Mobley of Speedwell Clara and Irene Richards of Ford visited their aunt Mrs A R Martin the past week Dr and Mrs G W Evans and Mr Oerton Evans are in Kansas City to at tend tho wedding of Mr George Evans and Miss Maud McKinley Mr IL 14 Gentry is ill at the home of thisccityHobeen threatened with pneumonia London EchoMr C L Taggart of Richmond was in our city Thursday Judge D R Shaokolford of Richmond was a business visitor to Londqn last week Lnacastpf ltooordMrg Goo Baljgw of IUOh old hs been a recent Ylliitor tq Mr JJP ljrMr 1t4n FnnI fl MIfe A a r af frelfllt visit to Miss Leo Prather of Richmond Louisville PostMrs Lewis Booker and daughter Miss Lucy White Booker loft today for Richmond to visit Mrs Bookers mother Mrs Hugh L White Miss Book er will return home next week Danville Advocate Mr Lucien Bur nam has returned from Richmond and is now able to resume his duties at the Revenue office after a severe attack of tonsilitis Master Arbor and Miss Blanch Smith of Richmond are visit ing Edward and BcttSe Turner of Juno tion City Lexington Leader Mrs Andre Scan Ian of Richmond was hero Thursday on the way home after a trip to Cincin nati Horson Philip who comes to at tend Mrs Hughes dancing class on Wednesday was tho guest of Mrs Lee Baker while Mrs Scanlan was in Cin cinnatiAt elegant dinner given Thursday evening by Mr and Mrs Thos J Smith at their handsome home Wostovor Terrace the engagement of Miss Esther Burnam and Mr Warfiold Clay Bennett was announced The table decorations were in pink and very elaborate and artistic The centerpiece a Dresden epergne was filled with Killar ney roses the candlesticks holding pink tapers shaded in pink The place cards orlrettyThodames Thos J Smith John J Green leaf Misses Esther Madgo and Mariam Burnam Helen Bennett Messrs War field C Bennett Jas Tribble Alex Denny and Jas J seal The wooding will take place February 8th Bring Out Logs The recent tide in the river will help pointsItthe small streams where logs have been lying for several years for want of water to float them out and these logs will now reach the markets Protect The Birds The Climax is glad to note several stiff placesCorgood work should be kept up At Cincinnati last week the Hotel Sinton was finedone thousand dollars for serving quail out of season Nearly a thousand birds were found in cold storage at the famous hostlery Isnt it the Truth Senator Hill of New York a bachelor statesman told of a sympathetic neighbor who asked a bereaved little girl Did you hear your dear papas last words Papa didnt have no last words she sobbed Mamma was thcroalltho time Effects of Prohibition According to the latest reports from Somerset where the saloons have re opened they had better send for the OFlaratyOno dryPhiwatsOBrien Well said Mrs OFlaraty oneov thim dom Prohibitionist dropped a phamphlot in tho stable and begorra she ate it Danville Advocate Climax May Try This A Georgia newspaper threatened to publish the name of the young man seen with his sweethearts head on his shoulder if he didnt como across with a dollar on subscription Twentyseven young fellows slipped In and paid a dol subscriptionthe editor received three letters from nearbv country districts saying they would call in and settle the next time they wero in town I A Beautiful City greatfussbeautiful Now that is all right and overy citizen who has any pride will make his premises attractive but the most beautiful sight in any city is that rollingfromthat the people aro alivo and wide awake and to use aslang expression theres something doing there While The Climax advocates the planting of maktlUchmondmore factories here The trick can be turned by the people looking out forth citys welfare wjtli the samo oarq figwiny Senator Burnarhi Speech On County Unit Bill In tho State Senate last Thursday Sen ator A Rollins Burnam of this city representing tho counties of Madison Estill Powell and Lee made a speech on the County Unit Bill that will meet with the endorsement of the overwhelm ing majority of his immediate constitu ents and of th9 people of Jentu JourIlarge From the Frankfort State nal these extracts of Senator speech aro copied The Senator from Kenton with the boldness and candor that characterizes him has stated his meaning and I think it well that this admirable candor should prevail when referring to the county unit bill In 1S91 the people of Kentucky adopted a new constitution in which reference is made to the taking of tho sense of the people in tho various counties and communities upon the question of licensing liquor sales Every Legis lature which has been convened hero since that time has considered the question and a largo and respectable element of the people of Kentucky has come and asked for enactment of this county unit law They have been entitled to have a law passed making this subdivision of the State the unit LIQUOR KTEIIESTS 6TUMBLIXO BLOCK In every assembly a powerful inter est the liquor interests and I have never found fault with them because they did so has endeavored to prevent the enactment of this statute Every parliamentary devise has been resorted to Gag rules have prevailed uniformly and repeatedly in the past This same idea was in tho minds of this special interest when tho present assembly convened A committee of the Democratic caucus was appointed to consider these rules and they prepared a set of rules which for unfairness had no parallel in tho history of the State The fourth or gag rule as adopted was too much oven for a partisan ibody to adopt it was loft out at the in stance of a majority of those present when the adoption of the rules was moved RULES AIm EIASTIC But these rules wore so ingeniously contrived that upon an adverse report of a committee on any question a twc thirds vote of the Senate is necessary to advance any measure in the order of business If tho county unit bill goes tt the committee on Morals it is an open secret that it never will be reported or if reported it will be adversely The constituents of every Senator should know that when he votes on any proposition with reference to this question it is a vote against the County Unit bill there should bo no effort at dissimula tion here Despite the efforts of tho dry Senators led by Burnam of Madison and Claude Thomas of Bourbon tho Unit bill was buried in tho hands of a com mitcco overwhelmingly wet whence it can never be recalled under the gag rules adopted To Make Hens Lay Bourbon Egg Producer supplies clements found in a variety of grains seed and grasses which cause the feed to pro duce eggs instead of fat A few doses will ton up tho fowls systemsand make them lay amazingly Try it and see Right now is the most dangerous times for firos Protectyourself against loss by having Brcok Smith place you in a reliable compapy j122m May Bring Good The meeting at Frankfort of the Mayors of Kentucky may work good re suits as many attended and much en thusiasm was manifested The principal matter discussed was the effort te secure a law exempting municpalitio from suits for personal damages This should be done and the owners of the property made to bear tho entire burden Any propertyowner who is too short to keep his sidewalks free from danger tothe public should be mado to pay dearly for his carelessness Good Road Bills Letters of indorsement of tho three good roads bills lo bo presented to the Kentucky Legislature by Senator Bos worth are being sent out from the Louis yule Commercial Club to the members oi the General Assembly The three bills were prepared at conferences recently hold in Louisville at which time were present Senator Joseph E Bosworth Briton n Davis J V Beckman A T Macdonald and J W Newman This committee went carefully over all the details of the bills as provided by the constitutional amendment and gave them its hearty approval Thoy have also been indorsed by Sam P Jones president of tho Kentucky Good Roads Association and by the engineers and architects clubs of Louisville The Louisville Cpmmer cial Club will bring great influence to bear at Frankfort upon their passage Each one of the Louisville and Jefferson county representatives has been asked to assist in every way possible in tho furtherance of this movement Madisons Representatives Senator Burnam and Representative Uerrington of Madison are giving good accounts of themselves at Frankfort They aro foremost in every measure for the betterment of laws and matters and our people will have every cause to feel proud of their records So far Senator Burnam has offered the following measures To appoint commissioners to sell tho old capitol property for not less than 75000 to amend Statutes by putting mother on equality of father in appointing guardians for their children to repeal certain portions of Criminal Code relating to exceptions to court rulings Mr Herrington has introduced tho fol lowing bills Appropriating 75000 to Western and 810000 to Eastern Kentucky Normal School and 80000 to State University empowering officials of Normal Schools to extend courses ofstudy and naming requirements for advanced certificates that nil parties holding in terest in property condemned be mado necessary defendants to punish persons corporations or firms inducing persons under contracts with others to violate the same making party so inducing jointly liable for damage sustained thereby prc viding amendment to Statutes in regard to recording contracts concerning land said contracts to bo recorded in counties where the land lies It will bo seen at glance that all these measure are good ones arid it is hoped that all will become laws Farmers Take Notice l FaUandIformers loso their hogs Bourbon gnJyknowncnre cholera Mew dosei now jijay enve dTp 7 q y = IIIIII ilfubbe overshoesfl u ii 4 t t q J- 1u f lii I iiA li J iSh FIT PROPERLY to Give Satisfactory t Wear Our Overshoes Fit Largest Stock to II fFt eJJ JJ JJJJ1111 4 t Ii- H UI ii Iii Li 111 t Rice ArnoldTRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE 11 1 ===JH =IHH====sJHHt===JH=HHJI== 1 +++94 LL3tQ k 5 Oro I Wool growers aro organizing all over Kentucky for tho purpose of pooling their crops Ernest Dunlap sold 5 mules at 8200 jach to Thomas E Herndon of Lex ington There are ICO horses quartered at the Kentucky Association race track at Lex ingtonG Wilder of Paris sold to sew to Taylor of near Paris nine head ol farm mules for 84800 A hive which contains 10000 bees in February has in March 15000 in April 40 and in May from 60000 to 80000 James H Hopkins sold to Baldwir Bros of Paris five head of fat cattle ivefaging 1000 pounds for which ho re eived 4 14 cents per pound Over 1000 quails belonging to tho Hotel Sinton at Cincinnati were seized by Game Warden Action and if the fines lire all xrid tbe defendants will have to cough jp 25000 Germany forbids the use of boric acid n curing meats and requires that all neat pickeled in salt or brine must con ain at least per cent salt in its innermost part Nellie said to bo tho oldest sheep in England is at present to be seen grazing it Aylostone park Leicestershire She is SO years old and has been the mother- f no fewer than 23 lambs From the published report of the Unit Mi States Govorment the total number of sheep in Kentucky is in round numbers 5000000 and the average clip is 5 pound per head giving a total wool clip for thi Stato of three million instead of ten tc iftcon milllion Tho Harding County Dairy Associatioi isks the Legislatuso to prevent the tuber sulin test of dairy cattle At a meeting the association uttered strong protests ing that tIm test works great hard ship on the owners since there is no com pensation for the cattle killed With eggs at 40 cents a dozen it i plain enough why it is a penitentiary jffenso to steal chickens in Kentucky hen in Maryland lays three eggs i Jay To steal her would be a capita offense Cyntluana Democrat The bleached flour investigation by the Department of Agriculture promises U Jovolop a strenous fight according tc mthoritative reports It is said that thi eal fight will be made by the makers o he bleaching machinery who have rais id a fund of 100000 for that purpose tad not by the millers Abneo Mussinon of Paris bought r lumber of tobacco crops the past wool taking 10000 pounds of tobacco froir J W Wagner at 15 cents per poum itraighf and 11500 pounds from Calvii Jones at 1412 cents per pound straight Messrs Abnco Mussinon have already shipped 1200 hogsheads of tobacc which is about ono half of their present purchaseTho thiana Democrat says I tho United States Government proceeds against the farmers who pooled thoi tobacco as has been so often threatened it is only reasonable to suppose thai our great Government will next proceei against the women who pooled thou turkeys Then there will bo war sure enough An Arkansas landowner offers to giVe 1000 acres of rich bottom land in tha State to the unemployed without reservation or conditions Ho made the Jffcr at a meeting largely attended ty what is termed as tho officially unen ployed otherwise hoboes who Jrank the freo coffee and cheered the speeches IAn exchange says If tho dispatches to tho daily papers are to be believed which they Very frequently are not tIn United States Government will brln suit in a few days to dissolve tho Burloj Tobacco Society as in violation of the Sherman antitrust law Tho Government Js always going to do so mud selittleof its doing anything to tho Burley Society although as tlu Society is com posed of farmers and comparativolv poor men the strong arm Of Uo govern themThotiredThoy objectsbeen entirely under the influence of the interests Itching Eczema Washed Away Is it worth 25 cents to you to stop that awful agonizing itch Snrcly you wil spend 25 vents on your druggistsrecom soothethatlJIaboratorlesmake a special offer of a 25unt bottle wintorgreencompoundkhovn or write or telephone to Stockton R1Jsolute1ykQoV I ft Prescription fttujtjio cures t p miHJ ot IJJH v llKie Carson Effort Being Made to Secure His Likeness Madison Product In a recent letter to the cditor of The Climax from Juilge James H Embry who is practicing law in Washington City he gives the following bit of history of much interest to Madison county people Judge J2mbry who is a Mad ison man has gathered this information from reliable sources and it should be preserved by all who are interested in the history of the county Ho refers to Christopher Carson better known as Kit Carson and says Ho was born in Madison county Ky Dec 24 1800 one hundred years ago last month He died at Fort Lynn Colorado May 23 18CS When a child his parents emigrated to Missouri then wilderness At the ago of 15 he was apprenticed to a saddler for two years and then joined a hunting expedition For eight years ho was on the plains leading the life of a trapper Ho was then appointed hunter for the garrison it Bent Fort where he remained eight years more A short time after that he met with Gen John C Fremont by whom ho was engaged as guide in his subsequent explorations- It is said be was better known to a larger number of Indian tribes than any other white man aqd from the many years with them learned their habits and customs and spoke their language In 1847 htwas sent to Washington as bearer of dispatches and was appointed Second Lieutenant of tn e Mounted Rifles U S Army Unfortunately the Senate did not confirm him It is also related of him that in 53 ho drove 05000 sheep over mountains toCali fornia and on his return was appointed Indian Agent in Now Mexico He was influential in having treaties made between the United States and the In dians His thorough knowledge o f them and his good judgement enabled him to render the Government great serviceIt also stated of him that during the civil war he rendered great service to tho Government In Now Mexico Gel rado and Indian Territory and was brevetted Brigadier General for his con reiWashingtonocrof Indians and male a tour of the Northern and Eastern states He had in some respects a remarkable life I wish that a meeting could have jecn held at the Richmond court house on his anniversary to celebrate the ccasion There should have been speeches by Judge Burnam Hon W U Smith and others in honor of Carson the fearless and courageous man that he was who did such valiant work for his country I will see if I can secure a picture of Carson to bo placed in the Richmond court house They Grow Hair Certain Ingredients it Properly Combined Stimulate Human Hair Growth Roscorein is ono af tho most effective germ destroyers ever discovered Beta naphthol is a most powerful yet absolutely safe germicide and antiseptic which prevents development of germ matter and creates a clean highly con dition Pilocarpinc although not a coloring matter or dye is an ingredient well established for its welldefined softing and cleansing properties is most useful in the treatment of scalpand hair diseases Glycerine acts as a stimulant to the hair bulbs and has a soothing healing and nourishing influence Alcohol is indispensable in medicine because of its antiseptic stimulating and preserva ting qualities Rexall 03 Hair Tonic is chiefly composed of these ingredients which are compounded in a peculiar form and we believe it is the most effective remedy known to medical science for scalp and hair troubles generally We per sonally guarantee it to eradicate dandruff and scalp irritations and to grow hair even though the scalp in spots is bare of hair providing of course there is life and vitality remaining in the hair rootsWe want every ono troubled with hairIto try Renll 03 Hair Tonic If it does not remove dandruff and promote a growth of hair to tIm satisfaction of the user wo will without question or quibble return every cent paid us for it This guarantee is printed on every package It has effected most satisfac tory results in 03 out of 100 cases where put to a practical test Roiall 03 Hair Tonic is entirely un like and In every pmrticukr different from anything else we l now pt for the purpose for which ft is reeoaanended We urge you tp try it at otr entire risk Certainly wecould pffer pe bttter rlila tr St14IITt19t Good Idea Tho State Millers Association in session in Lexington advocated a law that meal and flour offered for sale should be in standard packages and that the weight should be placed on each so that i the buyers would know how much they are getting Breck Smith represent the most reliable insurance companies and will be glad to explain their policies J122m Causes Consumption If you have catarrh dont fool yourself into the belief that it is a harmless diseaseAt onehalf of the consumption in the world can be traced to catarrh Here are some symptoms of catarrh if you have any of them get rid of them while there is yet time Is your throat raw Do you sneeze often Is your breath foul Are your eyes watery Do you take cold easily Is your nose stopped up Do you have to spit often Do crusts form in your nose Do you blow your noso a great deal Are you losing your sense of smell Does your mouth taste bad at morn ings Do you have to clear your throat on risingDo you have a discharge from the noseDoes mucous drop in buck of throat Hyomei is guaranteed to cure catarrh sore throat coughs colds croup and bronchitis or money back Just breathe it in Complete outfit including hard rubber inhaler Extra bottles 50 cif Leading druggists everywhere soil Hyo mei B L Middclton guarantees it Drop a postal for our free book Booths Famous People Booths Hyomoi Co Buffalo N Y- MFONACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour stom itch belching and cures stomach dis ease or money back Large box of tab lots 50 cents Druggists in all towns Public SaleOF Farm and Stock As administrator of the estate of Irvine Azbill I will on Saturday Feb 5 1910 at 10 oclock a m on the promises on Irvine pike near the lake offer at public sale the following property 18 Acres of Good Land- A lot of hay corn and oats 1 rubber tire buggy 1 notop buggy 1 onehorse farm wagon 3 sets harness farming tools household and kitchen furniture and many other articles At same time and placo will sell the Fine Stallion Verdict gray mare 1 harness mare 1 mule This stock is exceptionally good the stallion being one of the bestknown ani in Central Kentucky Terms made known on day of sale J M Azbill Admr Long Tom Chcnault Auctioneer The Weight ofa Piece of Meat isnt always an indication of its usefulness I tis with ours however for every ounce can be eaten with enjoyment When you buy meat here you get all meat not u lot of bone gristle or fat Try a roastfor Sunday Youll see every bit of it eaten not an ounce of it go to waste Thats real C CSuccessor to economyTake 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 125 a Good Look at our Diamonds They are whit the poet describes as gems of the purest ray serene And at present prices they aro a decidedly good investment Why not buy a nice Belcho ring H ia like having monoy out at interest Ice they increase in value ovary year And think of tho pleasure youll derive frGla- w luring tho ring while the stone gets more and more valuable F J YEAGERMAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY THE HANDLING OF MONEY often tempts one to spend it or to leave it in careless and unprotected places But every shrewd business man keep his regular business account at the bunk which ho knows to be reliable Wo are carrying the accounts of the best mer chants and professional men a fuel which should bo a sufficient guarantee of our busiuess standing We Solicit Your Business State Bank and Trust Company Richmond Kentucky I = === ===r== === ===ivt CLEARANCE SALE Begining Monday January 24and Ending February 24 All articles which we feel ourselves overstocked will be- maiked down to prices that will sell tham 8 day Iron Clocks worth S1000 Sale Price 8600 84Brass250 to S8 Sale Price125to 5 opportunityJL E LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street aJtnnMSflanJeJaaflaMaA One More Week of LOOM END BARGAINS Isaleable to attend our sale and in order to give them and any= body else who could not come during our two weeks sale ongerManybe had and our Loom End Safe Prices will be given on weeklongertings Linoleums Rugs and Lace Curtains if you need Shoes Dress Goods Wash Goods Hosiery Cottons of UnderwearBlankets WD OLD1M COMPANY i I 1L1 == IA ii iff ITTTTTT J 1 Uc- ommmm 1llnletfnm m mmnn s i S t t t i r I t 11E sII1E 4 aa is Bargainspp 0 Bargains BargainsS BargainsS BargainsS ah BARGAIN Bargains Bargains s SCS 8 I0a We have just received from a St Louis factory J400 pairs of ladies and child lie 1 S 51SOS Ss- oa rents sample shpeswhich we will sell at very low prices This lot consists of SSs j patent leather vici kid andbo calf in both lace arid button s oe v Of iS =S rIJ 1I 0I Q 05s- S Ss- a rla J a Q 4Sa Ia a 05 S0 5 rJJ IeCfjI4oJ SIa 45 I 5 rIJ 4Sa S 0u ClSS Q S caa IS 5 S r1J SAI200 pairs Ladies Patent Leather Shoes regular 150 and 2 quolity Sample Price 9Sc 250 pairs Ladies Pat Tip Vici Kid Button Shoes regular 150Sample Price 98e 150 pairs Ladies Vici Kid Tip Button Shoes regular 125 and 150 Sample Price 98c 100 pairs Plain Toe Button Shoes regular 125 and 150 quality Sample Price 98c 150 pairs Ladies Vici Rid Pat Tip Lace Shoes regular 150Sample Price 98c 100 pairs Ladies Box Calf Lace Shoes regular 125 and 150 v Sample Price 98c 2CO pairs Childrens Vici Kid Pat Tip Lace Shoes regular 150Sample Price 98c 150 pairs Boys Box Calf Shoes good for school regular 150Sample Price USc 100 pairs Misses Box CalfShoes regular 125 qualitySample Price 98c SHOES I 51D uww- S oo I Our prices are the lowest on Boots Boots Gum Boots ea OO OO oa Overshoes and Ru bbcv90f eo 6k p00 eo- s = f Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade oee OO IIF eoJ E VG ELDERgC oo Va o i 050000000000000oooeooS 55550 555 Its Building Time t jl 2 a If you intend to erect a house store house 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 in the carpenters iline o I 6f o JEFF STONE J 1fTkz Imtlt fmittpch pg and Surplus over 2500000 Why We Advertisebec- ause we want you to know more about us and we want your business What Have We to Offer You Every convenience and accomodation that can be bank a safe depository for found in a well equipped all the funds entrusted to our care uniform courtesy nd considerate liberality in the treatment of our pat rons Let us demonstrate how well we can serve you W 0 FISH Vie President E L WOODS President VV G KEMPER Cashier East End Mills J B Sanders Co Props Richmond Kentucky market for Wheat and Corn at We are in the price and keep on the highest cash market hands at all times Flour Meal Shipstuffehicken Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour We of grinding d exchanging make a speciality the far- mersttrM both Wheat and Corn to accomodate Motto is Live and Let Live Givettfa chance and watch us grow J B Sanders GoStreet R R Crossing on Pohne 57Richmond Kentucky TRADE MORALThis papers advertising columns are the business news of the community If you happen to need a new parlor carpet you will be a lot more interested ki a car pet ad than in a paragraph about Jim Jones newly painted barn Thats why everybody in this vicinity reads this pa- P aH JL C1 TRADE MORAL Trylngto win ai girls love by taking her aunt ttemPlltotising The aunt enjoys the buggy ride but it doesnt help your cause with the girt The merchant who wants to win the home folks trade win win if he plUgs persSt fltfYtbtOU9 Uj I attl With rich clean soil so abundant wo never could understand why a fellow would care to monley with a skunk farm It Is usually the greediest suckers that get hooked the hardest and lose most coin on thCe getrlchquick schemes Those more sensible scruti nize the bait and soon find out whos holding the pole A gardener living near Long Beach Cal Imposei on folks credulity in the claim he makes of having picked three gallons of blackberries from a Logan valley vise set out last year when It was but two Inches long During the winter moiUlis when green food cannot be had the hens will relish a head of cabbage hung whore they have to Jump forlt or UP occasional feed of raw beets cr ruta bagas Clover and alfalfa leaves they will also cat greedily Landlord and tenant get along best together when each does just a bit more rather than a trifle less for the other than the terms of the lease require The same kind of spirit will go long way toward taking the kinks out of many other relations In life The very heavy tall of snow In the mountain states of the west Is causing very heavy loss In both cattle and sheep as much of the forage they sub sist on In the valleys is deeply coy ered with snow Some flockmasters arc offering at per head sheep that two months ego they would not have sold for In Germany and some other European countries oleo manufacturers are required to add to the fatty mixture 10 per cent weight of sesame oil whose odor enables the purchaser to detect the nature of hIs purchase much more readily than Is possible in the United States where butter fat Is added Instead We saw a lantern the other day be longing to pretty bright fellow that one would say was n relic of the dark ages wick small draft poor chimney smoky and the whole outfit calculated to induce dubious thoughts relative to tho gumption and snap of the fellow who owned It With lanterns and lu mlnants as cheap as they are today there Is mighty little excuse for this type of mcdiaevallsm Final estimates as to the 1000 cotton crop place the total production at 4830344000 pounds equivalent to10 088000 bales at 500 pounds each The live leading states In the production of cotton are os follows the output being expressed in bales Texas 2570000 Georgia 1800000 South Carolina 1005000 Alabama and Mississippi each 1020000 Next to cons cotton was the most valuable crop produced An effective warfare may be waged against the lice and mites in the hen house by squirting kerosene into the crocks and crannies near the roosts and by turning tho hens outdoors and scattering a handful of sulphur into a kettle of live coals The doors and windows should be shut tight and the operator should vamoose as soon as the fumes begin to rise To make the job effective tills process may be repeated until a pound of sulphur has beep burned There is no frulf tree that will stand or should receive more henry pruning than the peach The pruning done the first spring following the setting of the trees should include the taking out Of all limbs except four or five which should bo left to form the frame of the young tree and these should be njt back to about eighteen Inches As tree the top should bs kept well thinned and the new growth cut intel to give sufficient sturdiness to the branches Tc properly ripen peaches should be exposed to tho unzhIniid thls means that tbeitrce should bcjglv UsliloDcn tOP4 Bargains Bargains B aarS a eu Oc eeJ4e 0iii CJ8 0 e Qsa 51 otJJg s 1O aa OeIetIsea oS oa = 5I5 0c=CD 1 C5Q eOIeQJfJ 8 eee sc oJ jeep w oa e clDa005FoIII0CDci = go Bootees Lace 0 S 05 e 0s 4 f 0 1 Ia o o o e 8 C a barn Capital a 1 0 by a the 0 I RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations Liberty that dear possession of our land and race Is lightly treated by some but Its cost was struggle and tears and blood Itev Joseph 1 WaI her Methodist Aurora Religion Like Water Religion is as free today as It was at the time our Lord was In person on earth but like water It costs some thing for Its conveniences Rev L M Zimmerman Lutheran Baltimore The Sin and the Cure There ia but one prime cause for all social disorder That In sin against God and humanity There is one and only one dire That Is the applied gospel of Christ Kev Frank W Luc Methodist Episcopal Cleveland Work cs Did the Master Let us work with all our might as the Master worked as God works and success will surely come Only we must be sure the work is what God wishes us to do and we must look to him for strength and a blessing Itev Floyd W Tomkins rresbyterlaufhll adolphia Progress Is Slow Human minds pass over the same Intellectual paths made by theIr fore fathers long ago and when any new den comes to uproot the dead one it will first have to break through the crust of human Indifference ficv Herbert S lilgelow Peoples Church CincinnatiChrist In a Mans Life If till Christ stands In a mans life for anything It Is that he is able to make men here and now more buoy ant and cheerful radiant and hopeful amiable and sweet joyous and san guine than they could otherwise possibly hope to bRev Arthur J Francis Congregatlonallst Chicago Church Unity We have made mistakes in the past but we need not repeat Qr perpetuate them A comic paper offered advice which the church might well follow Competitors for goodness who at each other thrust should imitate the plutocrats and organize trustItev- A n Thompson Methodist Episcopal Washington An Encouraging Sign Old lines of cleavage and separation between men are gradually being bat tered down Many of the leaders inI the different religious faiths have led to comprehend that there is a con necting link between all mankind that there Is unity that we all have one thing In commonthe brotherhood cf man This sign Is encouraging and It Indicates a better condition for man kind In the future than In the vast Rabbi David 1hllllpsou Jewish Cin cinnati Ths Kingdom of Gd The surest thing in the world Is the kingdom cf Gull Nature customs civilizations Institutions mill creeds which werrsupposed to be permanent have hardly left their dust on the paths that the feet of the servants of Christ have made down the slopes of the centurcs To hare ones life work permanent It must be a part of this kingdom of Gcd The kettle of the selfish life sings as It bolls but at latbecomes empty and melts in the Ore Her Charlos L White Baptist Water rIfle Me Orthodoxy Net an Issue The great principles of religion which UuiturluniiSiii represents are coming to their own In all churches And that Is well for religion and for the church Orthodoxies are out of date as well In religion as elsewhere Religion must slow a capacity to progress New times require new interpretations of religion The vital Issues today are the materialism of much of modern thought and life and the social appli cation oC religion and the social effi clency oCMe church Let people stop erIt1elshn 0aclt others definitions of Ql irlstianityanl meet the great issues of today with jhe great principles of Christian lifcRcr Minot Simmons Unitarian Cieyt laHdtO the Richmond Climax TilE cFiIMAXp iN iNG CO IncorporatedI A D LOUIS LANDRAM Editor el PUBLISIERS FBICE 100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JAN 20 100 FOR CONGRESS We ore authorized to announce lIon HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county n candidate to succeed himself In Congress from this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachings- of All Denominations Not the flying machine nor the loco motive but tolerance In religion Is the greatest discovery made In the last years Her Dr Newell Dwight Ilillls Congrcgatlonallsr Brooklyn IThe Church The church pities the masses but does not suffer with them as Christ did Until she does she will never remind men of her Founder Itev John Calcom Shaw Presbyterian Chicago Righteousness The first determining element of fluence Is righteousnessplain everyday righteousness It is more essen tial by far than mere respectability Rev George Hodges Episcopalian Boston The Orthodox Hell Neither tyrant nor fanatic ever con ceived a more diabolical scheme than that of the orthodox hell If the Supreme Being tortures unbelievers with unquenchable fire then Nero was but a feeble imitator of hlsllcv F Yo Taylor Univcrsallst Brooklyn Spirit of Philanthropy Christianity Is a religion of health because its spirit of philanthropy In spires men to minister unto the sick and to seek to alleviate their suffcrln Jesus not only thus ministered but he called upon his disciples to do so and ever since be lived he has Inspired men with the feeling of pity and compas aba which has been fruitful In the al leviation of human suffering Rev C Waldo Cherry Presbyterian Troy N y Homespun Religion The religion of today lacks dura bility just as the clothes of today lack the wearing quality of the old ash toned homespun We arc inclined to dwell too lightly on things that are sacred The reverence of our Puritan ancestors for the church for the Bible and sacred things In general would b a fine example to the modern church Rev John F forget Baptist CIn- cInnati Love of Self Behind all needless disturbances of the soul behind all griefs and pains behind nil fear there Is n false love of self which shuts out the faith which alone could give It peace and happi ness As soon as ever we forget self as soon as ever we set aside selfish considerations the storms of life begin to ease and our ship runs smoothly with the wind What WP need are the wider love and the deeper faith the assurance that no real evil can come to us In Gods world Rev George R Gcbauer Unitarian Duluth Minn Restriction of Care The man who would conquer care must restrict It to the day It Is tLe future that breeds anxiety misery and confusion worse confounded A certain degree of thought must be exer cised In regard to the necessities of life The not taking thought about the proper means of poridlng for them selves and thclrfauiilles is one of the principal causes of vice and crime The Christ never intended by his words to make men thoughtless In any sense of the word and we certainly do not wish to father such a thought There is however an overanslcty abroad among men There Is an exercise of thought that Is perfectly legitimate and requisite but In prosecuting the great object of life there Is great nerd that we be warned against overanxlety Rev Arthur J Francis Congregationalist New York Woman Mans Equal In the history of social economy woman found herself In the beginning at zero and through the ages she has developed slowly and risen Disguised as men women have sought and strug gled for emancipation for liberty from the thrall superstition and even yet she wears the fetters of pagan bond age ages old For instance she is guilty of sacrilege If she enters a church with uncovered head the hur den of her twentieth century head gear Is the toll she pays to the gods of Greece Nobody can doubt the position the Apostle Paul would take today on that question There Is the tragedy of feminine genius masquerad lug under masculine names In book stores and prlntshops that Its literary products mny Hud a market women knocking at the doors of colleges and begging ftr admittance standing In the market place demanding the right to make a living by the use of their hands and brains The girl of today Is born Into a world Impossible to her grandmother but the next generation viii see the last link In the chain of womans bondage broken and she will be politically free By every right of Intelligence of property of character women should be enfranchised Here we have a democracy onehalf of whose adult population is denied the ballot It Is said women havent sense enough to vote Well It doesnt take much WIth a higher average In In telligence thau the male population owning 40 per cent of the taxable property and with a monopoly in vir tues women before the law jtre classed with Idiots convicts iud aliens While In every old world kingdom a woman may sit on tins throne and rule the state here la thisripubile she cant sit on a goods box or a three legged stool as a magistrate Rut the women are going to vote because they want to A few jt ars hence and we will wit ness the spectacle of a great pepple rising up mid making KUrtr revision In the fundamental laws of this nation as will make it possible for a woman grace the executive office at Washing ton Kev Dr Oscar ilnywocd Hap tist New York ttGoodhard ii2American dol the Tills PAJPER GETS AD RESULTS RESULTS BRING DOLLARS i OpyclbWlU MtNIIAt best salesman YOUR work more 12 hours a day q An advertisement of your goods In this paper works while you sleep and wake 24 hours a day IJ It works In many households at the same time q It talks better than the most fluent a week salesman q No one slams the door in its face q RESULT Itsells q About the cost than the S FarleSsI and does lots Uopjrlctit l9 7 W N UII FMMi ORCHARD fllib GAtllBY FETRIGG REGISTER RQCJDI1K LU CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission PRUNING THE ORCHARD The best time In which to do prun- Ing work In the orchard Is from Feb 1 on to blossom time Were It possible to get all of this work done at one fell swoop the best time for it would be the week just before the blossom buds open as from this time on Is the period of quickest growth and hence most rapid healing of pruning cuts Cut since the work cannot be done n week It has to be started earlier and extended through a period of several weeks For the one learning the or chard business a few simple directions will be helpful Aside from giving the tree the type of head low or high whichever may be desired by means of the pruning process all cross limbs those that rub one another and water sprouts should be cut out In a choice between two limbs the one should be left which Is more vigorous and will at the same time add most to the symmetry of the tree and Its value aa a fruit producer The head of the tree should be kept sufficiently thinned so that a good sized cat can be thrown through from almost any direction More exactly It shosld be kept open enough so that the spray rod may be inserted to the center without in con venience and the work of picking the fruit done without a fellows having ills shirt torn off With trees which have a tendency to spread too much one should prune the outspreading branches to nn inside bud or shoot which will tend to give an upright growth With trees of the upright habit of growth breadth of top may be secured by pruning the upright limbs to outside buds No two trees are exactly alike and on this account each presents an individual problem for the pruncr who must be guided to some extent by the ideal tree type he has In mind but even more largely by the needs and possibilities of each in dividual tree Like boys neal girls trees to attain their best must be given continuous attention it not be ing possible In the ease of pruning anymore than in the case of training tr do all of the work at one time Best results are obtained where it Is started early and persisted In carefully until maturity Is reached BIG CORN PRIZES The Hoosier State was very much in evidence at the national corn show held In Omaha In December F C Palln of Newton Intl won the prize for the best single ear of corn and also the Kellogg trophy valued at 1000 J II Ovcrstreet of Franklin got first prize on the best ten ears of corn and also tile 1000 trophy put up by the Indiana Corn Growers association while C L Kerlln exhibited the best bushel or seventy ears of corn andI received therefor prizes aggregating 55CO This makes the third consecu tire year that Indiana has won the leading prizes at the national corn show Mr Palm states that his prize car was the result of coven painstak- Ing years of seed selection the seed which produced the prize car being de scended from Rulds Yellow Dent and the Alexander Gold Standard Judges pronounced the ear In question by far the superior of any ever exhibited Its kernels were threefourths of an Inch deep with very little room left for cob CORN FREAKS FROM PERU Two cereal freaks exhibited at corn shows hed the past season have been the primitive cr wild husk corn In which each kernel is incased in a husk of its own as in the case of grains of wheat and the giant Cuzco corn grown la Peru South America The husk corn is supposed to be the parent of the varieties of cultivated Amen can maize the husk of the original type being reduced to the light chaff to be found Incasing the germ of pros ent day corn The kernel of the prim tire corn Is short nearly round and flinty in character and about onethird of the size of an average kernel of corn Samples of the Peru corn ex hibited were twentytwo Inches long and fourteen Inches In circumference the kernels being threequarters of an Inch long nearly aa broad and having a surface as large as n nickel CILED ROADS GOOD The people of Sedan Kan have had a jjood object lesson the past season in the use of oil as an aid in road making A mile of road running south of thortown was oiled at an expense In cnjdc petroleum and dragging thr rohiliof 50 The road was well rounded and the oil was applied In May and when once packed down wits firm and smooth much resembling asphalt The road Iathe talk of vtfic farmers of the iDcalltr ard thcy wlll go a long way to get a Crive over it In Cal iicrala where crude oil Is generally iiscl as a dressing for highways the same results are noted It being neces easy to tVPIY fil but once a year after fae rod Ij iiujTln shape The oil road Li tot only dnstloss but quiet and very lljrlit In wear and tear on horses anti illes IA I 1Aim the Gun 1TRUE1IfIta vert Ue cool lhlngMr Merchant When Ifcold boost warmth You know what people waqt when they want em ProSt thereby Send your copy today for your ad in this piper eerritakt wa kr w x v 1395The Favorite ISEWING MACHINE i Has a complete set of steel attachments hardened bearing a flat tension needle bar take up selfsetting needle a large bobbin selfthreading shuttle a belt retainer automatic bobbin winder and an instruction book that is very easy to X 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 for your Wife LUMAN AND HIGGINS HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTUCKY are Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies for all Machines IWe Notice I will stand my red boar hog at my homo ou Big Hill Avenue at 5100 Sloner due at time of service- I have some nice young boars big enough for service for sale 12 82m Win B Turley Try Mary Patent Flour horn the New Mill in town Phone 57 128tt J B Sanders Co H C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Goner Public Prices Reasonable Sec him or write Union City Ky A sDIjrjivA2r ATTOBNKYATLA SlCHMOND KENTUCKY Jfflce over State Bank Trust Co op osite Court House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building JGBOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over Slanlfcr tt Sopors Rooms 2 and 3J Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone Res Phone 210 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block I O D M CHENAULT- ATTORNEYSATLAW1 ilCHMOKD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett MillionSuc- cessor to Burzin Pen- nyDENTIST OVer State Dank Trust Compauy TELEPHONE 4arryM Blanton = DENTIST jyQtce ID Bepnatt IJaiainj iJolyfELP110NE Iga t Q IL FRESH OYSTERS IGOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL IIQURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANTF- ancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco L SecondRlCH11oNoKYCorner Main and FRESH OYSTERS 11 rn rt T1 WHJESIn the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats Etc Be sure and call me over phone before selling as I can save you money MoWIDES383 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY Penny Photos 20 for 25 Cents Four Positions The Sch1eel Studio January and February Only so COME NOW McGaughey Moberky The Best HomesAre rno TELEPHONE BUliigalows See Our FlansWe Material Furnish the To Build Them All Kinds Lunber DoorsSash Flinloid and 2pIy Felt Roofing ToddmEdwards Lumber Co Phone J 00Corner Main Orchard Richmond Ky Sterling C cths ARE TEE EE5T- CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade 50 years expenerce the I factory guaiantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select frcm Fine Line New S- tyleHats I and Furnishing Goods Suit Gases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods JR BR StoufferOldest Established Clothing and Tailor inf House in Richmond t I y ar k iI1 r I IAi q IitIIntim ttntntntmntfttfflmmmmm tftI I t 2 t f ti I I I I t t sH0Ea 4 r a a BargainsS BargainsS BargainsS0 Bargains BargainsSS BARCAINS BargainsI 0 j Oa E We have just received from a St Louis factory J400 of ladies and child S e Erens sample shpeswhich will sellat very low prices This lot consists of S I x T patent t vici kid and box calf in both lace and button g s e iS 51S 0 IS =UJ S Q 0DS cIS rS 1 S a Q SSe 0 S 5 S S rJJ I ISS Sel wi SOa 14 I SO 00 CSS S S =Cl- S Q S SoS S Ss S rl= 1 SAMPLE 200 pairs Ladies Patent Leather Shoes regular 150 and 2 quality Sample Price 98c 250 pairs Ladies Pat Tip Vici Kid Button Shoes regular S 150Sample Price 98c 150 pairs Ladies Vici Kid Tip Button Shoes regular 125 and 150 Sample Price 88c 100 pairs Plain Toe Button Shoes regular 125 and 150 quality Sample Price 98c 150 pairs Ladies Vici Rid Pat Tip Lace Shoes regular 150Sample Price 9Sc 100 pairs Ladies Box Calf Lace Shoes regular 125 and 150 Sample Price 98c 2CO pairs Childrens Vici Kid Pat Tip Lace Shoes regular 150Sample Price 98c 150 pairs Boys Box Calf Shoes good for school regular 150Snnp1e Price 8c 100 pairs Misses Box s regular 125 qualitySample Price 98c SHOES =0s I Our are the on Boots Boots Boots Se o- S OG Overshoes and Rubbers ce SO of- OO p sIf Submitted the Cash Trade g SO E V ELDER 1I e- e oOSoss 5555 Q5S5SeSs3essssesesssSSseSsSeeeseeaessesataeasSQeS9aooooecs ooaesoaS S0 Its Building Time k k 5 52 52 If you to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First- class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for in the carpenters 2 line r of J JEFF STONE e9Iaxthrnttt Capital and Surplus over 2500000 Why We Advertisebec- ause we want you to know more about us and we want your business Have We to Offer You Every and accomodation that can be found in a well equipped bank a safe for all the funds entrusted to our care uniform courtesy nd considerate liberality in the treatment of our pat rons Let us how well we can serve you W 0 FISH VIC President E L WOODS President W G KEMPER Cashier East End Mills J B Sanders Co Props Richmond Kentucky for Wheat and Corn at We are in the market the highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times Flour Meal Shipsiuffehickeni Feed Cracked Corn and Graham lourVe make a of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn toaccomodate the far mers44b lf is Live and Let Live G veQ8a chance and watch us grow J B Sanders Qo at R R Crossing on Irvine Street Pohne 57ichmond Kentucky TRADE MORALThis papers advertising columns are the business news of the commun ity If you happen to need a new parlor carpet you wl be a lot more interested in a car pet ad than in a about Jim Jones newly painted barn Thats why in this vicinity rethic pa j TRADE MORAL Trying to win a girls love by taking her aunt buggy riding is like an attempt to do business withut advertising The aunt enjoys the buggy ride but it doesnt help your cause with the girl The merchant who wants to win the home folks trade wl win K he ifcifc persistently IhroMth LM ir t With rich clean soil so abundant we never could understand why fellow would care to monkey with skunk farm It Is usually the greediest suckers that get hooked the hardest and lose most coin on these get rlchqulck schemes Those more sensible scruti nize the bait and soon find out whos holding the pole A gardener living near Long Beach CaU imposes on folks credulity in the claim he makes of haIng picked three gallons of blackberries from Logan valley vine set out last year when it was bnt two inches long During the winter months when green food cannot be had the hens will relish head of cabbage hung where they have to Jump forit or ar occasional feed raw beets cr ruta bagas Clover and alfalfa leaves they will also cat greedily Landlord and tenant get along best together when each docs just bit more rather than trifle less for the other than the terms of the lease require The same kind of spirit will go long way toward taking the kinks out of many other relations Jn life The very heavy fell snow In the mountain states of the west Is causing very heavy loss In both cattle and sheep as much of the forage they subsist on In the valleys is deeply coy ered with snow Some flockmasters arc offering at per head sheep that two months ago they would not have sold for In Germany and some other Euro pean countries oleo manufacturers are required to add to the fatty mixture 10 per cent by weight sesame oil whose odor enables the purchaser to detect the nature of his purchase much more readily than is possible in the United States where butter fat is added Instead We saw lantern the other day be longing to pretty bright fellow that one would say was relic of the dark ageswick small draft pbor chimney smoky and the whole outfit calculated to Induce dubious thoughts relative to the gumption and snap of the fellow who owned It With lanterns and lu minants as cheap as they are today there is mighty little excuse for this type of medlaevallsm Final estimates as to the 1009 cotton crop place the total prcduction at 4835244000 pounds equivalent to10 083000 bales at 500 pounds each The five leading states In the production of cotton are ns follows the output being expressed in bales Texas 2570000 Georgia 1800000 South Carolina 1005000 Alabama and Mississippi each 1020000 Next to corn cotton was the most valuable crop produced An effective wnrfare may be waged against the lice and mltcs in th5 hen house by squirting kerosene into the cracks and crannies near the roosts and by turning the hens outdoors and scattering handful of sulphur into kettle of live coals The doors and windows should be shut tight and the operator should vamoose as soon as the fumes begin to rise To make the Job effective hug process may be re peated until pound of sulphur has beep burned There is no fruit tree that will stand or should receive more heavy pruning than the peach The pruning done first spring following the setting of takingoqt10fallshould be loft to form the frame of the young tree and these should he rut back lo about eighteen Inches As the tree gets older top should to kept well hlnn d anti the now growth cut back to give sufficient sturdiness to the branches To properly ripen peaches should be exposed to tho stmtIineixd- this means that the tree should bciglv ie allli1Pentopd iBargains Bargains IS Bargains B 41arS pairs leather = 00c- ar 59 13rw 8 9 rQc 5 0OD oto11O roaooc 03 IIIoS = oS S c s clQ ooIctrJf eOg9oo4 IJ 50 08tw 00 caCrofRo 0- f 0 8 prices lowest Bootees Lace Gum 0 SO o 0 0 SO S IS 0 Respectfully to S 0 e 0 0- oeS S S intend prices What convenience depository demonstrate speciality o paragraph twytedy LrLa 1 C fi n n a a a a of a a a of 1 G of a a a a a a the the A s a eS 0 SCDa o 3 I o o s S RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations Liberty that dear possession of our land and race Is lightly treated by some but its cost was struggle and tears and blood Itev Joseph L Wal her Methodist Aurora Ill Religion Like Water Religion is as free today as It was at the time our Lord was In person on earth but like water it costs some thing for its conveniences Rev L M Zimmerman Lutheran Baltimore The Sin and the Cure There ia but one prime cause for all social disorder That Is sin against God and humanity There Is one and only one cure That is the applied gospel of Christ Hev Frank W LuceT McthodistKpiscopal Cleveland Work as Did the Master Let us work with nil our might as the Master worked as God works and success will surely come Only we must be sure the work is what Goo wishes us to do and we must look to him for strength and a bessingRevI- ioyd W TomkIns Presbyterian Phil adelphia Progress Is Slow Human minds pass over the same intellectual paths made by their forefathers long ago and when any new Men comes to uproot the dead one it will first have to break through the crust of human Indifference Rev Uerbert S BIgelow 1eoples Church CincinnatiChrist In a Mans Life If the Christ stands In a mans life for anything It Is that he is able to make men here and now more buoy ant and cheerful radiant and hopeful amiable and sweet joyous and san guine than they could otherwise possibly hope to bRev Arthur J Fran cis Congresatlonalist Chicago Church Unity Ve have made mistakes In the past but we need not repeat qr perpetuate them A comic paper offered advice which the church might well follow Competitors for goodness vho at each other thrust should imitate the plutocrats and organize a trustltevi- A IL Thompson Methodist Episcopal Washington An Encouraging Sign Old lines of cleavage and separation between men are gradually being bat tered down Many of the leaders In the different religious faiths have been led to comprehend that there is a con necting link between all mankind that there Is unity that we all have one thing in common the brotherhood cf man This sign Is encouraging and It Indicates a better condition for tuna kind In the future than In the past Rabbi David Phillipsou Jewish Cin cinnati Tha Kingdom of God The surest thing In the world Is the kingdom cf Gud Nature customs civilizations institutions aud creeds which werrsupposed to be permanent have hardly left their dust on the paths that the feet of the servants of Christ have made down the slopes of the conturos To hare ones life work permanent It must be a part of this kingdom of Gcd The kettle of the selfish life sings as It bolls but at latbecomes empty and melts In the fire Rev Charles L WhIte Baptist Water vlile Me Orthodoxy Nct an Issue The great principles of religion which Uultarianlsni represents are coming to their own lu all churches And that is well for religion and for the church Orthodoxies are out of date as well In religion as elsewhere Religion must show a capacity to progress New limes require new Interpretations of religion The vital Issues today are the materialism of ranch of modern thought and life and the social appli cation of religion and the social effl cleiicy of tite church Let people stop Irltlelslng icb others definitions of Jhrlslianity nnd meet the great Issues of today with the great of 1UnIfurlas r J I file Richmond Climax FWUteeB EKfiT WEHOMT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO AD InlOrporatedI LOUIS LANDRAM Editor el PRESS tut FUBLIStERS FBICE 100 PER YEAB IN A VAt CK WEDNESDAY JAN 20 100 FOR CONGRESS AVc are authorized to announce Hon HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county n candidate to succeed himself in Congress front this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachings- of All Denominations Not the flying machine nor the loco motive but tolerance in religion is the greatest discovery made in the last years Kev Dr Newell Dwight IIllIIs Congrcgatlonallst Brooklyn The Church The church pities the masses but does not suffer with them as Christ did Until she docs she will never remind men of her Founderller John Dalcom Shaw Presbyterian Chicago Righteousness The first determining lement of In fluence is righteousnessplain every day righteousness It is more essential by far than mere respectability Rev George Hodges Episcopalian Boston The Orthodox Hell Neither tyrant nor fanatic ever con ceived a more diabolical scheme than that of the orthodox bell If the Su promo Being tortures unbelievers with unquenchable fire then Nero was but a feeble Imitator of hlsneY F W Taylor Unlversallst Brooklyn Spirit of Philanthropy Christianity is a religion of health because its spirit of philanthropy In spires men to minister unto the sick and to seek to alleviate their suffering Jesus not only thus ministered but ne called upon Ills disciples to do so and ever since he lived he has inspired men with the feeling of pity and compas sion which has been fruitful In the al- levIation of human suffering Rev C Waldo Cherry Presbyterian Troy N Y Homespun Religion The religion of today lacks dora bility just as the clothes of today lack the wearing quality of the old fash ioned homespun We are Inclined to dwell too lightly on things that are sacred The reverence of our Puritan ancestors for the church for tbe Bible and sacred things in general would b a fine example to the modern church Boy John F IIerget Baptist CIn- cinnati Love of Self Behind all needless disturbances of tile soul behind all griefs and pains behind all fear there is a false love of self which shuts out the faith which alone could give it peace and happl ness As soon as ever we forget self as soon as ever we set aside selfish considerations the storms of life begin to case and our ship runs smooth ly with the wind What wo need are the wider love and the deeper faith the assurance that no real evil Income to us in Gods world Rev George n Gebaucr Unitarian Duluth Minn Restriction of Care The man who would conquer care must restrict it to the day it Is tLe future that breeds anxiety misery and confusion worse confounded A cer tain degree of thought must be exer cised in regard to the necessities of life The not taking thought about the proper means of povldlng for them selves and thclrfauiilies is one of the principal causes of vice and crime The Christ never intended by his words to make men thoughtless in any sense of the word and we certainly do not wish to father such a thought There is however an overanxlety abroad among men There Is an exercise of thought that Is perfectly legitimate and requisite but In prosecuting the great object of life there Is great need that we be warned against ovcranxlety Rev Arthur J Francis Congregation allst New York Woman Mans Equal In the history of social economy wo man found herself In the beginning at zero and through the ages she has developed slowly and risen Disguised as men women have sought and strug gled for emancipation for liberty from the thrall superstition and even yet she wears the fetters of pagan bond age ages old For Instance she Is guilty of sacrilege If she enters a church with uncovered head the bur den of her twentieth century head gear is the toll she pays to the gods of Greece Nobody can doubt the position the Apostle Paul would take today on that question There Is the tragedy of feminine genius masquerad ing under masculine names In book stores and prlntshops that its literary products may find a market women knocking at the coors of colleges and begging fo admittance standing In the market place demanding the right to make a living by the use of their hands and brains The girl of today Is born iut a world impossible to her vgrandmotber but the nest generation viii see the last link in the chain of womans bondage broken and she will bl politically free By every right of intelligence of property of character wtmen should be enfranchised Here we have a democracy onehalf cf whose adult population Is denIed the ballot It is said women havent sense enough to vole Well it doesnt take much With a higher average In tellIgence than the male population owning 40 per cent of the taxable property and with a monopoly In vir tues women before the law tire classd with idiots convicts and aliens While In every old world kingdom a woman may sit on tIn throne stiLl rule the state here In this republic sIn cant sit on a goods box or n throe legged stool as a magistrate But the women are going to vote lieeauyf they want ti A few pam hence nod VI will wit ness the spectacle of rlsinr up anti making NUIirrlilon la the fundamental laws of this nation ISIwill make It possible for a woman grace the executive office at Washing DaptIst American dol s- Goohard lars grow on tie advertising tree I TBHS 1APEil GETS AD RESULTS L RESULTS MUNG DOLLARS 1tIMiW1uJ 1 f v- n 0 I i1 241011R INMtN WOUR best salesman work more Ithan 12 hours aday fj An advertisement of your goods In this paper works while you sleep and wake 24 hours a day q It works in many households at the same time 9 It talks better than the most fluent a week salesman fJ No one slams the door in its face 9 RESULT It sells goods q Aboutthecost Far less than the salesman and doss lots more work Coprrlsbt 139 by W N UI rAIH1JOflCll aim I1- GA1LEII BY FEJRIGG REGISTER ROCKfORDIA CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission PRUNING THE ORCHARD prunI1 on to blossom time Were It possible to get all of this work done at one fell swoop the best time for It would be the week just before the blossom buds open as front this time on is the pe riot of quickest growth and hence most rapid healing of pruning cuts But since the work cannot be done In a week It has to be started earlier and extended through a period of several weeks For the one learning the or chard business a few simple directions will be helpful Aside from giving the tree the type of head low or high whichever may be desired by means of the pruning process all cross limbs those that rub one another and water sprouts should be cut out In a choice between two limbs the one should be left which is more vigorous and will at the same tithe add most to the sym metry of the tree and its value as a fruit producer The head of the tree should be kept sufficiently thinned so that a good sized cat can be thrown through from almost any direction More exactly It shosld be kept open enough so that the spray rod may be Inserted to the center without Inconvenience and the work of picking the fruit done without a fellows having his shirt torn off With trees which have a tendency to spread too lOu h one should prune the outspreading branches to an inside bud or shoot which will tend to give an upright growth With trees of the upright habit of growth breadth of top may be secured by pruning the upright limbs to outside buds No two trees are exactly alike and on this account each presents an individual problem for the pruner who must be guided to some extent by the Ideal tree type he has In mind but even more largely by the needs and possibilities of each in dividual tree Like boys und girls trees to attain their best must be given continuous attention it hot be ing possible in the case of pruning anymore than in the case of training t do all of the work at one time Best results are obtained where It Is starlet early and persisted in carefully until maturity is reached DIG CORN PRIZES The Hoosier State was very much la evidence at the national corn show held in Omaha In December F C Palin of Newton Ind won the prize for the best single ear of corn and also the Kellogg trophy valued at 1000 J It Overstreet of Franklin got first prize on the best ten cars of corn and also the 1000 trophy put up by the Indiana Corn Growers association while C L Kerlin exhibited the best bushel or seventy ears of corn and received therefor prizes aggregating 5CO This makes the third consecu tire year that Indiana has won the leading prizes at the national corn show Mr Palm statS that lila prize ear was the result of seven painstak- Ing years of seed selection the seed which produced the prize car being de scended from Holds Yellow Dent and the Alexander Gold Standard Judges pronounced the car in question by far the superior of any over exhibited Its kernels were threefourths of an inch deep with very little room left for cob CORN FREAKS FROM PERU Two cereal freaks exhibited at corn shows held the past season have been the primitive cr wld husk corn In which each kernel Is incased in a husk of its own as la the case of grains of wheat and the giant Cuzcp corn grown In Dent South America The husk corn is supposed to be the parent of the varieties of cultivated Ameri can maize the husk of the original type being reduced to the light chaff to bo found incasing the germ of present day corn The kernel of the prim tire corn la short nearly round and flinty In character and about onethird of the size of an average kernel of con Samples of the Peru corn ex hibited were twentytwo inches long and fourteen Inches In circumference the kernels being threequarters of an havingrCILED ROADS GOOD The people of Sedan Kan have had a good object Icscou the past season In the use of oil as an aid In road making A mile of road running south of theTtown was oiled at an expense In crude petroleum and dragging the roadiof Z0 The road was well round ed and the oil was applied In May and when once packed down was firm antI smooth much resembling asphalt The road Istbe talk of jlio farmers of the locality ccd they wlll go a long way to peta Crive over It In Cal ifcmla where crude oil is generally ned as a dressing for highways the same results are noted It being necessary to apply ell hut once n year after tile road ty irnf la shape The oil road Li not only dustlcss but quiet and very tlyjt la wear and tear on horses and illes 1 V Aim the Ad Gun 1 TRUE Ifttot weather ad Vertlieccol thlnMr Merchant When Its cell boot warmth You know what propla want when they want em Profit thereby 8a4your copy today for your ad In this paper iMI kq 1tJit 395TheFavorite SEWING MACHINE I Has a complete of steel attachments hardened bearing aiflat tension needle bar take up selfsetting needle a large bobbin selfthreading shuttle a belt retainer automatic bobbin winder and an instruction book that is very easy to X 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 for your Wife 1 U MAN AND H I G GIN 8 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 hog at my home on Big Hill Avenue at 5100 Money due at time of service- I have some nice young loam big enough for service for sale 12 82m Win B Turley Try Mary Patent Flour Clam the New Mill in town Phone fii 128tt J B Sanders Co H C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Goner Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky A StTIiWt go N- r ATTOKNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jfflce over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Tele phono 267 Office in Oldham Building J G BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over Stanifcr Sopors IO0I1S 2 and Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 290 Rca 210 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block I O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSATLAW tlCHHOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Bursin tlen- nyDENTIST Over State Dank tTrust Company TELEPHONE 4arryM Blanton E DENTIST fjOfflce In Bepnstt BuLGing jnly IEliiPilONE 19S = c j set Phone ti Lc aJu fIJ ofIJ Q tcU n FRESH OYSTERS GuOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL IIQURS RICCIS NEW RESTAlMfi fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco SecondRICH1oNpIcyComer Main and FRESH OYSTERS 11 1 rn rtI rn i H ii5 WADESIn the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats EtcIBe sure and call me over phone before selling as E can save you money M0 WESTEIEPHONE363 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY Penny Pbotos 1I 20 for 25 Cents Four Positions The Sch1ee1 Studio January and February Only so COME NOW McGaughey Moberley The Best Homes Are rno Hungilows See Our Plans We Material Purnlsh the To Build Them All Kinds LuEnber ilSashFlinloid and 2ply Felt Roofing ToddEdwards Lumber Co Phone 100Corner Main Orchard Richmond Ky Sterling I CiIics ARE THE EE5T- CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to Wear jShrink tiD years expenerce the I factory guajzntee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select frcm Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high class goods JB Stouffer I II Oldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond 1Lr 0 = cf c LJ 1J J ifIIIIU 54 r1l miL rr V1Gr LL PrY A rMadison County Hardware Cad yf IS HEADQUARTERS FOR i Cooking and Heating Stoves Farming Implements and Hardware of All Kinds GIVE THEM A CALL1 JiS ll CURES kr 1TIS TFc2 SIZES 2Sc 50c AND 100 BALLARD SNOW UNIMENT CO ST LOUTS MO old and Roaomzufldcf b PERRY THOMAS Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make borne as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations ct anv time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service whicb you and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with the bene headqnarterNtShillerate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated That Lame Back Means Kidney DiseaseA- nd to Relieve the Lame and Aching Back You Must First Relieve the Kidneys There Is no question about that at nIlfor the lame and aching back Is caused by a diseased con dillon of the kidneys and bladder It is only common sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of the con dition And lame and aching back are not by any means the only Eymptoms of derangement of the Iddneys and bladder There are a multitude of wellknown and un mistakable Indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme end unnatural lassitude and weari ness nervous irritability heart Irregularity nerves on edge sleep lessness and inability to secure rest scalding sensation and sedi ment in the urine Inflammation of the bladder and passages etc DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are an exceptionally meritori ous remedy for any and all affections or diseased conditions of operntedirectlybeneficial results are at once felt They regulate purify and effec tually heal and restore the kidneys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy condition even in some of the most advanced cases E C DeWitt Co Chicago Ill want every man and woman who have tho least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney and blad der diseases to at once write them and a trial box of these Pills will be sent free by return mall postpaid For Sale by All Druggists l l George English ii PLUMBING I i 1 Doctor for 1t1 Gds and Gasoline Engines j workslifi210 E Main Street Phone 6191 JRICHMOND KENTUCKYlI + A New Thing on 2d Street t I din not move my stock of Ladies 2 Readytowear Goods into the Yeager T building to keep them Come and see how much you can buy for a little money r To Close Out A lot of A few carriedover Corsets Gloves New Suits Suits 750 to 20 Underwear Today at a Ladies Sweater Hose Price Cloaks c Umbrellas Silk Skirts 5 to 10 f My expense is cut down twothirds What does that meanto sell goods at f a price for GASH ONLY i JBWaIkerLa rLIPLLI iJ i 4F1i 7i = = w Sheriffs Safe F- orTaxes 1909OF Landand Town Lots P B Broaddus exSheriff of Mad son County Ky will offer at Public Sale in front of the Court House Dcor iu Richmond o- nMondayFeb 7 1910 It being County Court Day between the hours of 10 a in and 6 p m the following property to pay the taxes as sessed against the same for the year 1909 Richmond White No J Dybea Mrs Melvina3 town lots 13 45 Bybee Gdn Bonnio iBybee 1 town lot 6 50 Bush Toe 1 town lot 11 70 Coats Will 1 town Jot 5 95 Duncan Wells 3 townlols 3 00 Foster Mrs Emma Ij 1 town lot 13 EO Harris Mrs A U 1 town lot 13 50 Hurst Mrs Millie 1 town lot 7 75 Hurst J no II 1 town lot 555 Jarman RosaD town lot 29 85 Jones Wm II 175 acres land 66 85 Jones Mrs Ann 1 town lot 1125 Lame II A 40 acres land 25 30 McKiuney Mra Kate 1 town lot 7 75 Miller Mrs Sarah 13 acres land 5 00 Ioore Roland S ltown lot 5 Xeff Jas H 1 town lot 187C Parish S D 2 town lots 5 20 Reed Isaac 1 town lot 7C Roberts Daniel 1 town lot 8 25 Raybnrn Wm E 100 acoes land 24 20 Ransdall Hollis 1 town lot 15 15 Rock Jno W town lot 2 35 Reed Jane F 1 town lot 61 35 Taylor Pendleton 27 acres land 6 25 Todd W It 1 town lot 20 30 Toddt Jas C 1 town lot 2o8rp Thrower Tom B I town lot 5 55 White Jno D nrl town lot 19 25 White Bush 1 town lot 9 85 Foxtown No 2 White bun Jas 4 acres land 5 rtolin Noah 1 acre land 12 15 Forbes Henry 49 acres land 16 10 Gilbert Tab E nr I acre land 460 KingSam n r 48 acreland 7 15 Mooro Mrs Mary E 70 acres land 8 40 Million Jas II Admr Susan Land SO acres land 2725 Roberts Chasl acre land 8 f Clivers Thos H n r 242 acres land 76 1nylor Solon 37 acres land 12 65 Taylor Mrs Sidney 75 acres land 14 26 rurpin Hade lareland 8 15 Woodmans Lodge No 1082 1 aero land 4 05 Union No 3 White Dixon Will 15 acres land 10 05 Hisle wilt 40 acres land o 10 Sexton W W 30 acies land 5 C- OWilUaus Ajex W 4 acres land 28 16 Elliston No 4 White Alexander Irvine 80 acres laud 6 C- OAlexanper Harvey 75 acres 680 Adams A W 16 acres land 6 SC Adams Haney 4 acres land 4 SO Cox Hardin 100 acres land 10 5o Cain Jas 2 acres 10 05 disteel Lucas 30 acres land 6 SO Carpenter 31 T 1Xacres land ECO Cain Thos Son 20 acres land 465 arpcnter Peter 100 acres laud 8 85 friend W C 73 acres land 10 60 Center Dave 2 acres land 5 Ch Green Peter 100 acres land 19 7t Hunter Jiles 40 acres land C 9C Hall Jno W 30 acres land 6 30 Hurst Albert 1 town lot 8 O Irvine Will 100 acres land 5 05 Isaacs Rebecca 50 acres land 5 90 Johnson Will Harvey n r1 acre land 4 65 Jackson Lewis 60 acres land 8 65 Lain Matilda 7 acres land 5 9u Lakes Tom 40 acres land 5 30 Lakes Curtis 25 acres land 6 15 Laket Fred 82 acres land 7 55 Lamb Jas20 acres land 445 Lewis Polly 50 acres land 4 05 Lain Isora G 58 acres land 11 95 Lakes Fred 89 acres land 7 55 Powell Marcum 55 acres laud 5 55 Powell Jasper M 29 acres land 6 55 Portwood SarahA 132 acres land 11 00 Portwood Marthas bra 25 acres land 3 35 Pitman J K 100 acres land 19 46 Riddle Elisha 20 acres land 695 Stevens It A 15 acres land 8 10 Siiowdeu D J 85 acres land 17 55 Todd WH 100 acies land 194t Turner John 60 acres land 7 80 Winkler Frank 26 acres land 6 VItikler Simpson 2 town lots 11 7 Young Margaret 7 acres land 3 05 Young James 7 acres land C 65 Yates No 5 White Asberry Jas H 25 acres land 5 06 Allen Mart 2 acres land 0 35 Abner J Tevis 2 acres land 4 St Adkins Neal 10 acres land 5 9 Asbell Etta Ethel 1 town lot I Barrett Steve acres land 5 O Burnell Lyman 30 acres land i SC Brewerohn O 30 acres land 8 i5 Crawford Geo Wnr70 acres land 4 4 l Cornelison Jas L 337 acres land 61 4f CLastcenJohn 8 acres land I 85 Ooleman Doable 43 acres land 4 05 Gates Lucinda 80 acres land 7 2C Fox James M 12 acres land 6 05 Gentry Darril Wnr 5 acrealand 4 6S Holloway Mrs E F2 acres land 2 SC Joinson Schuyler 16 ceres land 7 25 Jones William II 2 acres land 8 35 Kain James 1 acre land 3 or Lamb John W 33 ncrea 630 Lainhart Sidney 1C acres land 4 45 Lainhart Mary 2 acres land 5 Be Maupin Mrs Juan 17 acres land 6 McCormick E If 106 acres land 15 O Murrell Will 17 acres land SC Iowell W R 1 acre land 4 45 Parkas William D 20 acres land 7 80 Payne Daniel 4 acres land 4 50 Powell Will 50 acres land 6 15 Powell Hudson 4 acres land 4 Pijtz William H 20 acres land 6 00 PritehettJJ 130 acres land 1695 erkey Win CO acres land S CS Silvers J W 11 acres laud 15 C5 iklnuer Dn 30 acres land S 80 Turpir Robert 40 acres land 9 is Turpln Willis 12 acres Ian3 5 O Vanwinkle Has 18 acres lend 6 25 Wilson Qre n 10 acres land 445 Waddle Dalt acres land 5 05 Yates Edna 150 acres land 1 1610 Glade No 6 White Blazer John 1 acre land 10 1- 0l1akerWTncreslandg 885 Bntclay Georee 1 acre land S 65 BnrnellW J 17 acres land C no Barcray Mrs Mary IfjO acres land 7 15 CoyleJt J acres land 4 55 Ooralxi HOI town lot 9 70 Corahs SiJ 2 town lots 34 CookB BJ town lot 13 76 Caldwell Horace 60 aeres Jid 630 O sr pb ll Win J 12aereiMtt S- Oi3DIa 7serijwj 10 j iD 1 i3 ct Ojyje W D nO 75 acrwi IMid t 5 60 Davis Ennie 82 cre land 11 60 Dailey Winnifl town tot i 7 20 Dizney LMni 70 acres land 775 Duncan Robert W H 50 acres 4 25 Evsoh Robert 7 acres land 4 30 Fowler H II 10 acres land 5 05 Fowl tH III town lot 6 85- FowlerSJ 1 town lot 755 Golden H 1 town lot 15 05 Gay Frank 67 acres land 6 SO Gay BH 20 acres land 030 Ilall J W 1 town lot 10 45 Hudson Dan EstmerSS acres land I 27 55 Hart Mrs Lizzie 5acres land 12 75 Harrison W L 1 town lot 16 45 Hardin Mrs Lon 1 town lot 8 45 Harris TJ 5 acres land 5 45 Hunter Joe I acre land 5 05 lays Lucy 25 acres land 5 30 Hazelwood Harry 1 town lot 0 95 Kirby Davidson 1 town lot 15 2C OCiLogjden Emma 20 acres land 4 Martin Susan 27 acres laud 0 80 Mason Mrs Battle 1 town lot 8 4C OtfgCI Itown lot 30 90 Parks Richard 10 acres land 7 5- CRntuerford J S 1 town lot 6 25 Ramsey A PlOt acres land 20 20 Smith T M acres laud 13 9C Smith W D 1 town lot r 8 8t Stigall James 1 town lot 9 91 Scrivner J T 1 town lot 11 St Stokelr Will 1 town lot 16 4l Stokely Hannah 9 acres land 14 road Joe E 19 acre3 land 4 31 Taylor Frank 13 acres land 7 55 Vanwinkle Bennett 18 acres lajd 13 30 Vamjhn Lewis F 27 acres land 8 9C Vanwinkle June ni 1 town lot 13 Ob Woosley Mrs Sallie 13 acres land 4 6B Wilson JC2 town lots 11 45 Waddle W T 35 acres land 12 5f Wilson George 33 acres land 5 01 Watkirs Tlipmas 1 town lot 6 2f Ktrksville No7 White Elortons Heirs 30 acres land 5 W liller Will acres land 19 jMnllins D M 1 acre land 5 d Masters Elbert Crutch hugh 10 acres land 71 Ct Potts H U Heirs 7 acres land 48 4t Rhodus John 1 acre laud 4 4f Ross Alex 47 acres land 18 Smith Nelson nr 7 acres land 3 Ct TusEer Frank 6 acres land 8 SC Million No8 White Adams Mary A 2 acres land 3 K Argent Printing Oj 1 town lot 5 3 Bryson D CI town lot 85 Burton Woodsons Heirs 20 acres lane 465 Burton Wiley 15 acres land 5 Cc Bybee James L 1 acre land 8 St Coney Smiley 2 acres land 4 K Clark R L 20 acres laud 11 5f Clark F C 81 acres land 7 Ot Fane Heirs 8 acres land 3 35 Floyd Mrs Doshie 15 acres 3 35 Foster Robert 1 acre land 3 15 Gibson Garland 00 acres land 114 Howard Ambrose 1 town lot 4 7C Hughes Janus 20 acres land 11 05 Hughes Daniel 15 acres land 9 55 Hill Elizabeth 5 acres land 3 35 Hill Goo T 21 acres land 10 9U Hughes Alonzos noirs 9 acres lan l 325 Howard Barbara 13 acres land 3 35 Ky River Poplar Co 6 acres land 10075 Land Sjllie 33 acre land 7 16 Lowery Mrs Elizabeth 16 acres land 58c Lowery Wm Jr acre land 4 4 Lowery w M Sr 1 acre laud 4 40 Moore Jas W 93 acres land 21 45 Moberly w A nr 60 acres land 13 Murphy will loo acres land 10 05 Murphy Jim w 12 acres land 5 of Perkins Terry G 317 acres land 9i 15 Quant Wm nr town lot 4 Gi Reufro Mrs Sallie ur Io4 acres land- 14f5 Renfro Win 12 ac e land 5 3o Surface Mrs Nannie nr 12 acres land 4 9o Sowers r4i town lot 60Taylor J V minor town lot 3 86 8uirI3 whitaker will 11 acres land 78 Richmond No J Colored 51BaliaNBurnam Jno C nr 1 town lot 4 82 Ballard Squire I town lot 6 4C Black Sallio 1 town lot 0 45 Sallow Pattio 1 aero land 4 50 Boggs Harriett 1 town lot 3 15 Bronston Jake town lot 4 80 Breck Bell town lot 8 70 Burgin Martha Hoirs Itown lot 4 B5 Chambers Geo 1 nero land 445 Covington Sarah Heirs 1 town lot 4 35 Clay Susan 1 town lot 5 45 Clay Jerry Itown lot 480 Crutchor Lizzlo 1 town lot 3 75 Craig Malinda 1 town lot 5 85 Chenault Tobo nr 1 town lot 4 B5 Daniels Lucy 1 town lot 4 25 Embry Tulia A 1 town lot 4 25 Estill Tena 1 towrilot 3 70 Estill Robt L nr 1 town lot 3 IS Fife Mary E 1 town lot 4 80 Fife Martha 3 town lots 8 85 Francis Dock 1 town lot 7 30 Hill Nathan 1 town Jot 595 Henderson Dave 1 town lot 11 75 Ilislo Andy 1 town lot 7 05 Haley Robt 1 town lot 9 40 Hill Wyatt 1 town lot 4 85 Irvine Joe S 1 town lot 0 50 0 0 F Lodge 1 town lot 20 45 Jones Richard 2 town lots 5 ItJackson BcttioJleirs 1 town lot 315 Jarmnn Robert Sr 1 town lot tt 55 Kelly Fred 1 town lot 6 55 Martin John nr 1 town lot 4 Mooro Minnie Heirs 1 town Jot 4 30 Jlunday Perry 1 town 3 1C Mason Millie 1 town lot 3 15 Uartin Irvine 3acrqsjp S Uuncy Sallie 1 Lawn 1q 3 15 Phelps Jennie 1 town lot 10 05 Phelps Sophie 1 town lot 4 30 Phelps Nannio 1 town lot 5 10 Palmer James Sr 1 town lot I Stone Minerva Heirs i town lot 375 Sherman Mary 1 town lot 485 Smith Pauline 1 town lot C 05 Smith Ellen 1 town lot 3 75 Tevis Cassio 1 townlot 5 4 Turner Mary nr 1 town lot a 75 rye Wm town lot 54 Walker Ed 1 town lot Willis Al 1 town Jot V 5 Dt Walker Toms ITeifiiltowulot 4 St White Nards 1 town lot 5 45 Wlngflold MHlio 1 town lot S jWhite Rollie 1 tovn lot 4 85 UJtiWhiloWillis Lizzie town lot i 5 4 Walker Elias 1 town lot i 4Sf Yates Margaret 1 town lot r Yates Hattie 1 town lot 315 Foxtown No 2 Colored Arthur Mitcholl SO acres land 1300 Bentley Goo 12a res land n 15 Cheaaull Davlil 7 acres land 6 35 Chenault Charles 7acres land S 25 Chenault LhtcherO acres land 025 1ChenaultChenault Cy IS acres lam ST Foxltobt 35 acres land 12X Harris Smith 20 acres land 0K Oldham Willis 25ncres land IDOi Smith Joe 2 acres land 52 Shearer Jake Tancs liml Q75 Shearer Jek7cros landiTaylor LjfHMm 1 town tot Turner JBsr ISaeres l iad 1050 3J5Walk175WilU ttl t I n Union No3 Colored Brock JobrvS Kct1sud 505 Chenault Jai tf Veres land Daniels Will 53 acres land Jl0vj Fox Mark 3 acres Mud 5C5 Gentry Jell nrl acre land 335 Grubbs Will 2 acres land 440 Gentn Mattie 1 acre land 325 Hall Abe nr 9 acres land 335 Kavanaugh Jim 5 acres land 720 Morgan Alberts acres land 815 Stone Cy S acres land 505 Elliston No 4 Colored Bates Steve 3 acres land 3 QZ Bates Stove heirs 18 acres land 4 65 Covington Jno A 2 acres land 5 5C Cobb Calo 1 aero land 4 4C Collins Howard 20 acres land 6 76 Dunson Lucy 35 acres land 3 3f Ellison Andy 25 acres land CIO Ellison Howard 1 acre land 3 Of Gilbert Lewis 25 acres land 045 Harris Emily 37 acres land 4 M Irvine Kit 4 acres laud 4 40 Mortn Jake 2 acres land C 3P Newman Henry 21 acres land 95 Oldham Harrietts acres land 3 35 Oldham Mary 16 acres land 3 35 Parks May 24 acres land 870 Robinson E M 17 acres land 815 Royston Angelinas heirs 20 acres 4 40 Todd Andy 82 acres land 9 00 Yates Taylor 10 ncres land C 05 Yates No 5 Colored Barclay Wm 2 acres land 305 Collins Joe nr aero land iT85 Conley Eliza 2 acres land 255 Cornelison Leonard 4 acres land 440 Cornelison Ed 1 aero land 505 Chenault Mollie 5 acres land 530 Cornolison Howard 29 acres land 730 Cornelison Will 1 acre land 505 Easley Tom 9 acres land 675 Fitzpatrick Frank 4 acres land 505 Munday Bock 30 acres land 005 Maupin Charles acres land 505 Stone Jake ur 37 acres land 846 Glade No 6 Colored Bogie Lucinda 14 acres land 405 Burdett J T 23 acres land 8SO Baxter Arthnr 15 acros land 5Q5 Bennett Darcus I aero land 335 Bennett Mary J 1 aero land 465 Bronaugh Nancy 9 acres land 3U5- Burnnm Julia 3 acres land 405- Burnam Chas 7 acres land 755 Ballard Fred 1 acre land 550 brooks Charleston 13 acres land 1325 Hallow Mathow Sr 53 acres land 903 Best Elizas hrs 13 acres land 375 Blytho Eliza 23 acres Innd 40 Boggs Arch Gncacs land 4S3 Bronaugh Edith 1 town lot 080 SornciUsoh Joe 5 acres land 443 Chenault Ben 1 nero land 480 Cigar William acres land 480 Campbell Alonzo 1 acro land 440 Carter Ira 7 acres land 575 Farris William 7 acres land 940 Farris William 1 aero land 405 Fife John 40 acres land 1770 Fife Alex 2 acres land 505 iie Jonah 2 acres land 400 Fife Harrys hrs 4 acres land 335 Francis Sam 1 acre land 505 Jridcr Dave 1 acre land 565 lenlry Simps 3 acres land G05 Jontry Toe 2 acres land 440 Hall James 10 acres land 505 1035iillorMartin Lewis It town lots 505 llartln Sarah 2 acres land 5 85 20MasonMartin Ben 3 acres land n 0 90 Miller Smith 5 acres land COO Mitchell Terry 1 town lot C 55 Phelps Alice 1 acre laOl1u 3 35 Peyton Frank 1 acre landn 4 80 Peyton Ben 3 acres laOlIu 5 05 Rhodus Richard 14 acres land 7 40 Rice Ben 1 aero land 4 70 Rose Anderson lucre 1lI1dh 5 G5 Scott Joe 1 acre land 3 95 Shearer Jno 5 acres land 4 SO Shearer Marion 12 acres land 5 90 Shearer Bird 1 acre land 4 40 Shearer Jno 1 acre land 5 05 tstono Emily 6 acres land 335 Tevis Henry 2 acres land C 25 Troy 4 acres land 4 40 Vaughan Allen 2 acres land 4 40 Walker Spence 1 acre land 5 05 White Roda 25 acres land 5 85 Wilmoro Sallio 1 town lot C 50 Wilmorc Geo 7 acres land 5 55 Walker Dorcus 1 acre land 3 85 Walker Martha 1 acre land 3 80 White Peter 9 acres land 5 75 WestSq uiro 7 acres land 4 70 Warner Robt 1 aero land 4 80 White Geo 12 acres land 6 75 Walker StClair acres land 5 05 Kirksville No 7 Colored Baxter Edna 5 acres land 3 35 Baxter Ed 32 acres land 15 20 Duerson Harry 17 acres land S SO Embry Wyatts hrs 8 acres land 8 45 Haynes Caroline 75 acres land 26 40 Million Cynda 4 acres land 4 05 Merrill Green 5 acres land C 75 Miller Lon 2 acres land 5 05 Smith Sam 1 acre land 5 05 Smith Page 2 acres land 50 Turner Sam 6 acres land 5 70J Million No 8 Colored Alverson Arch 1 aero land 3 95 Burton Wm Sr 1 acre land 405 Creed Vica 1 town lot 5 05 Clay Madison 1 town lot 5 05 Finn Green town lot C 10 Fife Gluts 23 acres land 0 90 Goggins Ilarriets hrs 55 acres 20 50 land 20 XMunday Alice 1 town lot 3 Munday Richard town lot 4 80 Atunday Scott 1 town lot 4 55 Schooler Violet 15 acres land 403 Willis Ike 1 acre land 4 40 Warner Irvine 1 acre land 3 93 Warner Snub 4 acres land 3 I5 For Sale Privately Since tho death of my father who at tended to our jack stock I find I can not give them tho attention they should have and attend to my office I will therefore sell privately the following stock nine Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years old All well bred S ready for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from I colt to aged jennet well bred bred to Napoleon No 821 Call on or ad dress ma at Richmond Ivy l5tf Roy C WHITE Shop Early The Ministers association in a neighboring town is to ba commended for its endeavor to make the public todo its rading early on Saturday in order that stories may be closod earlier and tired lerks bo allowed plenty of time to rest before going to church services on the following day but the ministers might have gonea step farther and also urged this same public to trade before Satur lay arrives whenever that is possible We have tho authority of a wellknown merchant that Richmond residents havo the Saturday trading habits so well develop edthat they seem not to want to shop on any other day Circumstances if course comppl many to do their trad ing on that lay but the complaint is igalnst the many others who coubi shop lust as easily on Monday or Wednesday or Friday but hoP t off their trading itttll the last minute anti then ruth orancjn to the stores and there Ire lucntly becoma displeased because they jannoVget as much attention as they would like If Saturflay were left for those who must trttlexm that day es pecially Saturday evening not only onliVthe clerks be worked less hard utthcustoaiers Trouldvreceivo better lervlcc If you must trade on Saturday o so carlytind jf yoiuieed nofshop that day4ihheFty I KiIney Rbietly will clue nv case of kidney or bladder trouble uerliilIlPmil flreoWllforS the kdneysju thpjtl the tIo4 1iselCaehekheumttilsifl ksfnes nd btad jer troubles are all iHred ill- ihiKreat jnedicfn f qminfrnrc tak n t Mien ndn void Brlghts DMCIMF jpd DiMet lz Abrtty tk- fsstFtgihti piIiclL WMch redltfjttat i jia ii Eo irt 1 t t L rj m RE1JGOUSTHOUGHTGliri of All Denominations We hare the largest success In life when we remember that tJod Is In all thlngsRev A T Horn Methodist Chicago Look on the Bright Side We should look on the bright side When our hearts drop It Is because we weigh our troubles but do not put our blessings Into the balance We magni fy crosses and overlook Joys that are not to be numbered Her Juulus B Remcnsynder Lutheran New York Death Not a Tjp0cdy Is no fact room beneficent than 1TIJere The tragic fact Is not that peo but that so many dcnth are premature To eliminate death from ourHfe would be a stupendous calim Ity It would cut us off from the ca reurand destiny for which we are madilev Dr John Reid Shannon Methodist Episcopal Washington Piety of Columbus We praise Columbus for what makes him admirable In the eyes of the world but above nil for that which the world little notes or values bis deeply religious spirit As Is highly fitting and even logically imperative wo give our tribute to his honor a dis tinctly religious character Rev John B flames Catholic Racine VIs Sympathy For the Fallen There are many warnings und Illus trations of Sarahs who hive fallen all abQut us and their stories touch the true heart and call for heroic action and sympathy from every true child of God To the fallen we can point to the Christ who saved the Magdalene to the true we can speak the word of warning Rev E L House Congregationalist Spokane Wash Lincoln Helped by Religion In the darkest hours of the war those before Gettysburg Lincoln spent a night in the study of Henry Ward Bcecher What happened there none but those two great seers knew but the president once said I have often gone upon my knees because there was nowhere else to go or the churches he said God bless nit the churches nd blcssrd be God who In our great trial givetli us the churches Rev A B Bcresford Universallst Cincinnati Christianity and Philanthropy Christianity will convert the world when we preach and practically apply to society the new social ideals of Jesus The world seems to recognize that there Is a vast difference between Christianity and cuurchlanity and It the church Is willing by her silence to divorce Christianity from philanthropy and reform and the progress of civil zation sho must be cpntcnt to occupy a small place and never dream of con quering the world Rev Madison C Peters Presbyterian New York Lacks Imagination The first serious limitation of this so called new rellgio Is that it lacks imagination Dr liiot has given us the Seer plan of a bouse very useful from the architects standpoint but by no means beautiful nor telling us tb most important truth about the house This new religion has not got out of the blue print stage It Is thoroughly reasonable but is detlcicut in emo tional elements It is prose not poetry The masses will not care for It for the same reason that ten people read Robert Burns where one reads Matthew ArnoldRev Dr Clifton D Gray Baptist Boston A Material Age We Siva in such a materialistic age that it Is not surprising that material values and bulk and weight and size and dlspla should smother the finer things of the spirit and of the mind and of heaven but one learns In the long run that enduring values have to do with character more than with cash The other choice is between self and Gcd It Is the problem as to whether I shall measure my life by what the world brings to me or by what I shall be to God He who lives to himself Is dead but he that doeth the will of God abldetb forever Rev Charles E Gntbrie MethodistEpisco pal Washington Tho Masterfulness of Jesus The question of my text What thin ye of ChrbtT now presses upon our consideration The setting of this text I Instructively suggestive For some time In his discussion with the Pharisees they had been asking our Lord questions His answers put the Sudducpps to silence and their confu slot greatly gratified the Pharisees It Is now their turn to experience sim ilar confusion from the celerity an dexterity of his replies Never was there so skillful a debater as Jesus ChrtRt lIe was masterful In his clarity of thought simplicity of speech and purity of motlve Kev It B MacAr thur Baptist New York Evil Fears Righteousness Has the world of evil a different feeling toward sham and hypocrisy today from what It had In Jesus thneV Never has any age respected Jesus ns our age does Good people It sjncu r In awe of But how much does li care do you think for any modern make believe follower of Jesus Christ Instead of trembling it chuckles No It is more serious far than that It re sents their attacks as n kind of insult It spurns their Interference and fairly despises them for their unreality and falseness Christian pretenders bave not so much as the respect of the evil world much less its confidence or list tSar If therefore a follower of Jesus la only n pretender not only laG hi resting upon blni the wrath of God the rejection cf Iesus Christ and the distrust of those who are true but also the despite of the wicked Rev John unicorn Shaw Presbyterian Chi cago Mild lLaxativ for Baby Free Tha child of today is the parent of the future and whether it grows up healthy and strong or puny and weak Depends upon the intelligence of its parents for most children arc born into world healthy but thousands become future weaklings between birth and the age of ten when the parents are still in greatest control The prune cause of trouble Is In tho stomach A baby that Is digesting Its rood seldom cries and always looks cheer ful the little child whose stomach Is good romps and plays and never whines tho growing child learns well at school and eager for fun If Its head Is clear and Its stomach light nail that means If it has no constipation The Let and safest way to euro any Irregularity tho stomach and bowels In children Is by the uso of Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin This Is a liquid laxative wonderful in Its effect as hlrs John W Dunhatn Apple Creole 0 Mrs II L Chilian PlalnvlUe Ind and numerous others can testify who give ttto their ihudrcn with tr1Drdtnlryresul A bottle only costs Clllcents or Jl according to size you want and even one 60ccnt bbttlft will do a wonderful amount ct good In a family It can be to any member of tho family la constipation sour stomach Indigestion torpid liver dyspepsia heartburn sick- headache nail similar digestive troubles tJnI9Ibthe family who needs but has never WM4I grand laxative tonic send your sama address to the doctor and a tree trl lUlls will bo sent to your home In thte you can find out xyhat it wffl Q out personal expense If there Is anythteg about ycurillment that you 4oYt understand or If yen W7lt any medical advice Vfte to the doctor ami w9 answer you fully Tte II no charge for thIs wfciM 1LCtoc1UeU yPi I STOCK post JUG i i 80 o l J the Newest and Latest Novel Younir Nan plain and fancy effects the IFumisllInss kind patterns some gay others plainthe right fit OL M D 9 Floral The Monument dealers have added to their business TOOL PLANT jmich will enable them to do etter work than ever before lhey have a largeassortment f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call rad inspect their stock and virk guaran teed fiolden Flora PublicSaleAs nie C Gentrys estate we will In Wednesday Feb 9 at 10 oclock a min the Union pike 5 miles from Richmond near Union Oityy sell to the highest bid let the following personal property lgood familyhone 1 good brood maro 1 twoyearold filly 1 yearling filly 2 cows and 2 calves 1 good work mule 1 rubber tire buggy good as now 1 notop buggy Buggy harness 1 mowing machine 1 farm wagon 1 orn shelter 1 organ hnusehold and kitchen furniture and other articles Terms made known on day jf sale Archie Dunn t Butler Dunn f Admrs James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any tiling lse 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 GindaateMcKIHpp Vctetinii tC lIege ui CalraLo Ill Veterinary Surgeon Office at J U Azbills Stable Office Phone lies Phone 532 f Richmond Ky Babywoht suffer live mlnntes wltn ircnpH you apply Dr Thomas Ec ecirloOliat oicc It nets like magic WithTbe ipuli fW Ur Lalirs nanralijr turn tfiffr aiten tin 10 needle work The IonIC winter evenings are Meal fur doing fancy work Ms iva robnils carries a fall Rue of hlriltamllilllIlllfirbe 1nIad Ill any tine to show her pajifrns Many beautiful ChrJsK Inns novnlties are to be Been jit her plioiv When in the need of SIAmplgele 4 fEva Roberts I FiwiWrtrt c f Ib Our clothes cost no more than the ordinary Come let us show you No obli gation to buy our pleas todayComegreeting awaits you at c IL rIJawhat lendsCharac ter to Win Are You Satisfied with tlllIMl ook or do you believe ftrrmprcr thfctii Jrotrefs is tile spint oJJjJle Itathis is nowhere more tidticeable than in our 0 otlieg STYLISH BECOMING CLOTHES are on entree to the good opinion of olhers no matter U on buHiness or social niiynion if you aim to climb the ladder of fame ns a Merchant or a Doctor n lawyer or II Hank ei Stylish ChnrncterMakine Clothes bearing the stamp of indlvidimlty will enhance your value Increase your ability and place you in the front rank of fortunes favorites try It tryoneof the New Models and we will stake our reputation a lifesmonument of earnest endeavor that the result will be so apparent that you will forever after consider It n paramount duty to yourself to await and seek the first ad MasterTailors and Designers SCIILOSS BROS CO of Baltimore and New York On Sale Here Only bySchlossand set the fashion in advance of the day thy give the wearer the su preme 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 come in and try on one of these garments and you will then rclize the dif ference between these and the ordinary clothes of the shtfps IandweD D HAM 6c eoiOR I C H ON KENTUCKY GoldeQ PNEUMATIC Satisfaction Miss If z New Quarters 3 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 The Burton Water System t 1 Water Works For Country Homes Dy our Pneumatic Water System water fs JotecJ any where In house stable or yard for ail aeiiie uc Prposes and for fire protection Cot water m minwer and ice water net not be supplied to stock tn winiw tTank underground no freciirit or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic in action Air riesscre secerawd bj hand pump wndmill or eccine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded to medals sad two diplomas at St Lois Worlds Fair Hundreds of oof iaaividiwl wave works plants are in use We barn many letters from these satisfied users and baf o published about Bfy ot tbera in book form It makes a booh ot W4 c personal opinicut acopr free Costs 17500 and no ijIculmc WATERSUPPLY tf COMPANY The latest best and cheapest plant for storing water uncer pteFfitre always reliable fineund cafe Can be put in liv year self and operated by hand nitergasoline engine wind mllland is the latest nnd heFt water supply system This system is ideal for fur in p country licnicp iubuilu YtilnccveryIestpfllCU modern and have nil tOo SplendidforGet n Burton System on yrur place and have baths and all tI e comforts of a city home The CosUs slhbt thc bcnclUin gnat This cut showsn cistern an hand pump SoIdiBy Richmond Motor Plumbing Company Incorporated WSThls cut eltows a well with hand pump r Worn Women 3tonicofOarduiweaknesses of women Thousands of women havel greatbenefituse this reliable oftfeied medicine TAKE Character iii- CLOTHES producedby Company CARD U 1 333 The Womans Tonic andaUcnrld1nOtepalit in mya and lega could not sleep had s rtMi8of breathIsufferetl lot yean 1IDtil m hsbnd 1nsiteL kJjtryLsrduL The first bottle pia relei lid nowr JIlLTIT l Ipc U ALL BETO STOMBB a I ti 5 While Your Calleris Waiting she will find nothing to criticise in your home if we have had its fitting See our handsomeChina Closets You would be a rare woman indeed if you failed to ad mire them BENNETTand HIGGINSU- NDERTAKING If you are not at all skeptical just I ask any of our many customers and theyll quickly tell you that we always have on hand We carefully screen it before before delivery We fill all orders promptly and always guarantee full weight Telephone HO The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ourd is a little better than you have been Rettinfr elsewhere and possiblyless Fall Weight or Coal Forfeited BroaddusK Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out uul want your goods to bring getaJ W Shearer White Hall Ky 10 COil met vour sale His cnarges are reasonable The Richmond Steam Lanadry at your service Can or ring 52 1yr Is your property insur edagainst fire Better see Breck and Smith and take a policy j122m Splendid piano to be given away at Nor mal City Laundry You have a chance with every order for work 3U The pianocontest vote will be counted by a committee of our most prominent and substantial citizens Every vote cast will bo given full count We are here to cater to the trade 01 Ihe town and country Citizens givi s H trial J B SANDERS A Co 128 it Phone 67 Toriinng eczema spreads its burn in area every day Uoatis Oint InPut quickly sums its spreading in stantly relvea tie itching cures II permanently Ai any drug tore For Rent For Tobacco Ten acres first class Isnd Apply at Zarings Mill 2t Dr J It Pennington who has just opened offices next to Government build ing is an accomplished dentist Give him a trial j 12tf Watch Lost Lost Wednesday on street in Rich mond ladies gold watch initials n S Reward for return to this office or to Mrs B S Sanders Lost Package WIIIISLOrchard Crab house January 1st Any information thankfully received at The Climax office Notice All parties having claims against the etate of the late Irvine Azbill are hereby notified to present the same properly proven to the undersigned on or before March 1st 1910 All parties indebted to said estate will please settle same at once 12041 J M Azbill Admr Will Get Money A special from Lexington Wednesday says No petition for a rehearing having been filed with the Court of Appeals the mandate of the court reversing Judge Bcntons appointment of a Receiver for the Burley Tobacco Society now becomes effective Judge Bentons order is now dissolved the required legal thirty days having elapsed The funds of tho Society which have been in the hands of tho re ceivers amounting to 301000 will be turned back to the Society on January 25th the day agreed upon FarleyMarcliart Ji t Coij I =Around Town Contest closes at 4 p m Saturday Have you planted your Spring onions Tho girls are working like trojans in the piano contes- tIlempbreaking has been greatly re tared by the wet weather UhymeBilly The ladies of the Baptist church will servo a court day dinner in April Dont miss the moving picture show at Princess Rink Only five cents A 400 piano is a big prize but thats what Tho Climax has offered in this ontest The Paris post office safe was blown open and robbed of 25 in cash and 75 worth of stamps Remember no votes received in the reat piano contest at Climat office after four oclock Saturday Piano absolutely free to the winner in Normal City Luundry offer It is a fine one and worth working for j122t A few votes will cover the majority received by winner in our popular girl ontest Give them your subscriptions The vaudeville and motion pictures it opera house continue to draw big rowds every night Try to get in At the Lebanon horse sales one hun Ired head sold at from 250 to rico ind there was demand for many more You can depend upon our work being satisfactory in every way Save for us Lad get a chance on the piano Normality Laundry 3t The friends of Misses Oliver and Par rishareout working for their favorite The contest is lively and tho winner will nave to hustle Deputy circuit clerk Fox of Winches tel was hero last week to bring the re cords in the Forkner murdercase trans fered hero on change 6f venue There were only three arrests made at Mcholasvillo during an entire month What have the wets to say of this re markable record in that dry town An excl angegh s the consoling infor nation Behind the clouds the sun stili ihines The fellow who worked it oil ividently had a cellar filled with coal Land is renting at high rates for this ear This condition prevails all over ho State In Montgom ry county corn and brought 1625 an acre and grass 3550 an acre Thehookworm ano ther name for pure aziness is attracting much attention ust now from the physicians in some rilies Enforcement of the vagrant laws a neverfailing remedy M J Farris sold at Danville Monday iftyone head of cattle at 3 1210 4 12 fwo hundred and fifty head from Vayno and Adair counties sold there he same day at 4 12 When the newlyelected jailer took charge at Somerset there were nine prisoners there Three days after the aloons were opened the number in greased to thirtysix v The city of Mt Sterling sold her sew jr bonds fo a Cincinnati bank for 1450 shove par They brought 51156 and Iraw five per cent payable scmitannu thy Tho money is on call May 15 A campaign against coldstorage eggs has been launched in the State During the present scarcity of lien fruit the people are glad to get any kind instead of being fastideous as to their origin Mr Milo Baxter of Union and Miss Minnie Lisle of Clark countywere married at Winchester Wednesday Elder Harding performed the ceremony Tho Climax extends good wishes and congratulations Much local interest is manifested in the county unit local option bill Our people can rest assured that Messrs Burnam and Herrington are standing hitched all right With a few more workers like these gentlemen the bill would go through like greased lightning Wanted Hens any breed guaranteed to lay roil eggs Layers of packed and china eggs seed 9t app1yPriceno object Apply to Mr H Cattle Wanted Yfc doM to biy OBi8 M butch r wttto TMid fcff and HU veil c lyes le NIk We ItYs er goe- jp1i4W1i I 11MI4 1MIll iiSMrrltJr 1f T iii TT kI a Cut Prces CQntinueo 0jIII ot i t L j Stiits am Ovor oats f FOR BOTH MEN AND BOYS c t f i Anrunusualoppor1tuniy f tobtnttI1e bst clothing at remarkably low prices Drop in as soon as possible and let us show you jJJ J r t COVINCTON BANKSTHE STORES FOR QUALITY it YIE= K = Raise IT Estill The Board of Supervisors of Esfll ounty has raised tho assessment of tho ounty over two hundred thousand dol ars The 191Q Pledge The officers of tho Burley Society at oxlngt n have directed Jhe proper ifllcials to prepare and have printed a orm of pledge for tho crop of lOlO and fork on this matter will begin at an vxrly date Correct AnswersIn answer to our fish problem of ast week a friend sends in the correct iohitionl11 If you doubt this take our bible or perhaps wed better say orrow your neighbors and figure it Ut Good Price For Land The Dillingham land on outskirts of ho city was sold Wednesday to Mr J Asbill The tract contains twenty live acres and brought Sl4000 an acre Long Tom Chenault tho veteran auctioneer cried tho sale Waco Lodge Elects Waco lodge No 338 F A M elected ho following officers to serve during his yean A W Williams W M 3 L Searcy S W R E Stockton I W J M Lykens Treas W T fielder Sec Jno W Butler S T f C Bonny S D A O Jackson J D Get The Shotgun It is reported that a follow was seen jeeping into several residences on Jroadway ono night last week If you letect anyone prowling about youi remises take your shotgun and give urn a dose of bird shot This remedy is lever known to fail so waste no time ulling the police but apply this medi inc More New Equipment Tho Climax job printing department las beenso crowded that we were forced 0 buy another large press and it will ar ive and be installed today Its a Chan Her Price Gordonitbe very best made Phis added to our alrcadj splendid equip neat gives us the best job printing office n Central Kentucky We are now pro aIred to turn out work on tho shortest lotice and are determined that our cus omers have the best We call for and deliver laundry work promptly Satisfaction guaranteed ormal City Laundry 3t Will Manage The Team Maloney the star center fielder of the Richmond team last year has been endered and accepted the position o nauager of tho team this year Mr daloney was one of tho bestbalanced nen on the team and tho directors were wise in securing his services for the imprtant position ThoClimax is also glad to state that Whittaker has at tached his signature to a Richmond contract and will play with our boys this season Tho prospects for even a better team than that of last year are very flattering Basket Ball Tho Eastern Kentucky State Normal School team has been playing fine basket ball and the work is attracting much attention Last week they bested Ver sallies to the tune of 17to 2 and only a short time before took Bcrea into camp by the score of 14 to 12 They have met with defeat only at the hands of Ken tuck YiTeslnyian They have a number of good games scheduled announcement of which will be given and tho public is cordially invited to attend Only gS cts admission whjoh goes to defray expenses Ti4vlfl- t lHlt tt1t rJM WM1t ft Op i r The Home Stretch Our Piano Contest At White Heat With Leaders Only Few Votes Apart Interest in the Climax popular girl contest has grown so exciting that little else is heard talked of on thostreets and in the business houses Misses Oliver and Parrish are in the lead with only a few votes difference and the finish is conceded to bo the closest ever een in- imilar contests in Richmond The friends of each young lady are doing all in their power and proving their loyalty to their favorite by soliciting votes The dollars are rolling in and our subscription list has grown far beyond our fondest expectations- As advertised we give a handsome Moo piano one of tho best raakcs to the girl getting the most votes by next Saturday at four oclock The votes will be counted by a committee of our best citizens This instrument is worth hustling for and fortunate indeed will bo the lucky winner Wo will state that the race has narrowed down for a finish between Misses Sallio B Parrish md Zuolah Oliver As both young ladies aro so popular their friends have helped them wonderfully and as stated above the winner will have to be a iiustlqr indeed to win If you owe The Climax for subscription pay it to one of these young ladies either of whom can ba found by calling at The Cimax office Only a few days left so get busy for your favorite An Error In last issue of The Climax we made m error in advertisement of farm for sale by J T Ferricll Its o k now lowever Read it if you want a good farm To Pull Together ThQ Irvine Commercial Club has idoptcd the motto United Effort Thats what it takes to do things and from the way in which our neighboring boys are whooping it Up old Estill will soon be at tho head of the list of pro gressive counties Good Stiff Fine It is as impossible for blind tigers to lourish in Richmond as for water to un up hill Sam Pinkston a negro oncluded to embark in the liquor bust ness last week but had only disposedof one little half pint when ho was gath ered Inb oursplen policemen Judge Greenleaf soaked Samuel with a 100 fine and the latter now ornaments tho rock pile Best Band In State It is gratifying to music lovers to know that the two veteran Lexington musicians Henry Saxton and Herman frost have again formed a partnership and tho band has been reorganized under the old familiar name Saxton Trost The old band drifted apart for sometime and tho public will be glad to know that it is again under tho sole management of Messrs Saxton Tros Theres no disputing the fact that H hen these men are together they have the best brass band in the South while no one can touch them on dance music Installation Services On next Sabbath morning Dr D H Scanlon will be installed as pastor of the First MCAUis1ter EIBalloupastor and Rev J V Logan of Somer set will charge tbe congregation At night Dr McAllister will preach a ser mon to the lent3of tho schools legated at thfci plM rslI B Hanger ttdBfVi XTi TelWwUJ rcngc- jeit lire ftU f t vlc Residence Sold Mr Henry Perry has sold his residence on the Summit to Mr Joo Chenault The consideration was p5000 and possession will bo given April 1st Much Fun The management of tho Opera House has sot apart Friday night as Amateur Night and much fun is had watching the stunts by local talent If you want a good laugh see this feature Aij urn d to 26th The board of county supervisors who wore in session for several daysad journed today tho 23th in order that notice may bo served on a number of parties to appear Tho board is doing its work faithfully and every list is gone over carefully Should Be A Warning A fake by tho name of Dr Gray has been in Jessamine county recently claiming to bo an export oculist and disposed of a groat many pair of spectacles to the unsuspecting and honest people It seems as though the citizens of this country have had enough experi ences with the average paddlers to know that they misrepresent and that they specially sell goods that can be pur chased from your home merchants at much lower figures and then you may know what you are getting Mind Unbalanced Charley Williams a wellknown young man created much excitement at his home on Walnut street Sunday by ordering his family from his house and defying anyone to enter It was seen that his mind was unbalanced and the officers were telephoned for As ho was heavily armed and threatened tokill tho first who entered it was decided to watch the house and wait until Monday The next morning the policemen went to tho honso and peering in saw that he was asleep Entering by a window they carefully approached seized and bound him Ho was taken to jail where he still raves under the belief that enemies are trying to kill him Ho likely will bo taken before Judge Shack elford for trial today Tuesda- ySmithDoty While their many friends were cx pecting tho event yet the marriage of ilr E B Smith anti Miss Hattio Doty came as a surprise Saturday evening So well did they guard their intentions that their closest friends did not know of tho arrangements Shortly after sup per they drove to tho Methodist parson ago where the ceremony was said by the Rev Mr Crutchtteld Tho bride is tho oldest daughter of Mr Jesse Doty of Lancaster and has resided in Rich mond for several years By her sweet disposition and manners sho has become a great fAvorite with our people who wish her well in her new station Sho is a young woman of great industry and many noblo traits which insure for tho fortunatu groom an ideal helpmeet Mr Smith has resided in Richmond for some years where as editor of IhoPantagrapb h j has won many friends Ho is a man of ability and energy and is worthy of the noble woman who has entrusted her welfare to him The couple have rooms at Mrs Millers on West Main street The Climax joins in every good wisll for a lifo of happiness Tomorrow night Nellie Baker the Irish commcdienne at Opera House comedyI Prospects Good A press dispatch from Washington says Representative Langly believes ho has assurance that 31000000 will be in Rivers and Harbors bill for an ad ditional dam in the Kentucky River The work would cost 150000 but 100 000 is all that can be expended in the next fiscal year Tho dam would com plete the improvement to Ueattyvillo A Narrow Escape Sunday as Miss Bcttio Shearer was returning from Sunday school to her home near Red House tho horse became frightened at a passing load of tobacco and plunged down an embankment The buggy was overturned and the three oc cupants Miss Shearer a sister and little brother were thrown out The younger persons escaped all right but Miss Shearer was pinioned beneath the buggy tnd against a barbed wire fence Her face was against the barbs and had tIll horse moved a few inches sho would have been terribly disfigured by the wires ono barb being directly beforo her eyes The boy managed to hold the animal until assistance arrived The buggy was demolished and the horse badly scratched by the accident Ehe Hustlers Hustling Winchester DemocratTho management of the Hustlers have not been making as much fuss as some of the other teams in the Blue Grass League out they have not been idle and the in dications aro that Daddy Horn will have an aggregation of winners again when the 1910 season opens Charlie Burden tho best all round pitcher in the league last year and tho star fielder Ed Goosotree who were drafted by Louisville last fall have been lignin secured for tho Hustlers Ellis outfielder and Daddy Horn manager and catcher all members of tho old team hero have been signed Among the new men signed are V C McDonald pitcher J R Humphreys infielder Clyde Brown pitcher and Schultz pitcher and utility player Circuit Court Next Month The Madison Circuit Court will con vene next month the first Monday and the sheriff and deputies have been busy summoning the juries There are few people who do not object to serving on Juries Mostly tho pica is stress of business Sometimes of course this excuse is really agood one but if tho country were an danger and men were needed to go to war the pressure of business would not bo deemed a sufficient excuse for ones remaining at home Recently John D Rockefeller Jrf son of the richest man in the world was drafted upon a grand jury in Now York that had as its special object the probing of the white slave traffic there Mr Rocke feller put up tho usual plea of too much business but it is to his credit that when the judge told him it was a duty the young man owed to the community and insisted upon Rockefellers being made foreman the latter no longer objected but accepted the foromanship and expressed his Intention of doing the best ho could to assist in the effort now being mado to wipe out tho hateful traffic It is difficult to impress tho average man with tho idea that sometimes he must sacrifice private gain or pleasure to public good nad the Jirst inclination almost invariably is to get out of the tIJIobjector when his excuse is found by tho court to bo insufficient Piano Contest Closes Saturday January 29c1If QUCflt ElcwhetT d i I The Normal Opens Indications Point to Splendid Years Work Attendance Increased The Eastern Kentucky Normal School opened Monday under most flattering prospects for a splendid term The at tendance is very largo and every indication points to good work The stu dents began to arrive as early as Satur day and since that time they have poured in on every train The Climax is glad to note that our people have taken more interest in the matter of securing good boarding houses for these people and all have comfortable quarters There is a demand for more room however and if you can spare a room or two you will do a favor by telephoning tho fact to the school officials The girls dormatory being completed and ready for occupancy solves much of the difficulty experienced last year in sup plying quarters It is a splendid build ing and the occupants have no cause to complain of lack of every convenience The school is a tremendous institution and our people should visit it and sob what great work is being accomplished As stated above the indications point to a splendid years work and the results intended by its promoters will be more fully realized than in any previous year With todays addition to the number tho enrollment will reach more than six hundred pupils The Girls Dormatory while not quite in readiness is being put into order rapidly and by end of the week tho students will bo comforta bly housed in elegant quarters Two representatives of The Climax took a stroll through tho buildings and grounds yesterday and were amazed at the wonderful work going on The build ings are perfect models in arrangement and built in the very best manner We are delighted to announce to the tax payers that they are getting full value for every dollar being spent on the in stitution in fact wo have never seen any public work done in a bettor manner and seldom as well The furnishings while no money has been wasted thereon are elegant and substantial Each room is supplied with hot and cold running water table chairs a neat iron bed bureau and most have a large wardrobe Steam heat is furnished to this dormatory as it is to all other buildings The dinning room largo and airy seating 250 at one time The kitchens pantries in fact every thing is arranged splendidly and with a view to comfort and convenience Our people should and do feel proud to havo the class of people attending the schools in our city They are people of the highest morals and standing As we heard a gentleman remark There are two classes ofstudentsthose who go to school and those who are mado to go The Climax is glad that Rich mend has within her borders pupils of tho former typo As stated at beginning of this story ourpooplo havo little conception of the magnitude of the Normal School or of the elegance and beauty ofits buildings and The Climax insists that tho citizens make a visit antI tour of inspection thereof Tho officials are exceedingly polite and attentive to visitors and while they have little time to pilot visi tors over tho premises yet they are always glad for tho people to come and take a look over tho institution Tho Climax is under obligations to Prof McDougle for showing us through the property Und for other kindnesses Its Bound io Come The Cynthiana Democrat says the trusts contend that they must charge extortionate prices for their pmdubtsI because the farmers charge prices for food stuff The farmers con tend they must get high prices for thk stuff because tho trusts charge sekex tnrtionato prices for theirs Iktweee the two the man who works on a salary is being ground to a pulp sad Owro is nothing at all coming to fei Who k allettjtb1iRborlflf jww II IHnl9r yUPWi r Iti t c u Good Step Mothers The Grayson Herald tenders tho fol lowing advice to widowers with a family of children who are again on matr mony bent The woman who cuts thick slices of bread will make a good stepmother End Not in Sight Announcement has been mado that the House Committee on Religion and Morals will hold an open meeting this afternoon when there will be a discus sion of the Waggoner county unit bill It is evident therefore that the last of temperance legislation this session has not been heard of Best work prompt delivery Normal City Laundry Get in on the piano contest 3t Arthur Goebel Dead His man friends in the State were- profundly shocked Friday afternoon when the news was received here of the death in Arizona of Arthur Gocbol brother of William Goebel who was murdered in front of the old Statehouse Even Republicans who were hostile to William Goebel expressed their sorrow at the death of Arthur Goebel who was so gentle and so devoted a brother News of the death of Mr Goebel was received in a telegram to Robert B Franklin intimate friend of the dead man and his murdered brother and who prosecuted the cases against the men charged with the murder of William Goebel J Closes Saturday Afternoon Some time ajjo toe Climax Printing Co offered to give absolutely free a fine piano to the most popular girl in Madison county Votes were offered with subscriptions paid on the paper The contest opened lively and for a time many werestrivlng to get the handsome instrument However tho race nar rowed down between Misses Sallie n Parrishjand Zeulah Olliver and for the past two weeks the fight has been between these excellent youngladl s We have decided to close the voting Satur day next at four oclock p mand the young ladies are bending every energy in their effort to win Tho piano is Valued at 100 and is a very handsome one Tho friends of the young ladies are working hard for their favorite candidate and the vote will be a very largo one As has boon stated above tho race is a very close one and it is Impossible to forecast the winner consequently everything done for either girl will be of great assistance to her Get out and help your favorite WoolGrowers Attention The Climax is glad to note that the wool growers of Madison county have decided to organize for the purpose of of pooling the crop and getting more money therefor A meeting will bo held at the court houso next county court day at one oclock for this purpose and wo feel that it is not at all necessary to urge tho wool growers of Madison to attend as they will readily recognize the importance of getting together The Climax wishes to state emphatically that it is not tho purpose of this organization to demand exorbitant prices but merely to sell the wool in a lump direct to the manufacturer thus knock ing out tho middle man and getting much more money for the crop There is more than half a million pounds of withI itIIol1yIone oyrIhfft Ml W OVW wIlt frtttfri li IM II = ZJ Fine Lectures Rev E G n Mann of Lexington ad dressed a large audience at the Meth odist church Monday evening upon the subject Uses and Abuses of Educa tion This Wednesday evening at 715 Dr J J Tigort president of Wesleyan College will deliver an ad dress at same place upon the subject of education All are cordially invited to hear this able man 1 With The New Firm Mr Charlie Sharp who met with an accident in a runaway last yeat losinir the sight of his eyes a short timo IIgo- made arrangement with B II LUXMI Bro whereby ho obtained a smail commission on every load of coal ho sold for this firm On tho purchase of Mr Luxons business by Broaddus Vaughn ho made the same arrangement with them and takes this method of notifying the public that ho is endeavor fag to make an honest living in this manner and solicits your orders Call on or telephone No 007 j10tf One More Week of Loom End Sale Bargains Owing to the extreme cold and bad weather during our sale quite a number of our customers and friends were unable to attend our sale and in order to give them and anybody else who could not comoduring our two weeks sale wehavp decided to continue the sale one week of tho very best Loom End reir nants are still to be had and our Loom End Sale prices will bogivon on every article of any kind in the groat store fur one week longer- If you need clothing of any kind Car pets Mattings Linoleums Rugs and Lace Curtains if you need Shoes Dress Goods Wash Goods Hosiery Cottons of any kind Notions Trunks hints and Caps Underwear Blankets Comforts etc dont fail to come this week Very Rospt W D OLDIIAH Co Married JIA11CU1MIICKS John C Marcum and Miss Christine Hicks were married by Rev Culton at his residence at 10 oclock last Saturday morning HoLJAnwAiiNnn Winchester Democrat Leonard Holland and Miss Nettie Warner both of Madison county were married in this city Friday Jan 21st llmielsHakerIMr Glcnmore Daniels and Miss Pearl Baker were married at the Hotel G Iyndo in this city Monday morning Rev Hugh McLellan officiating Davis Gay I Mr M K Davis and Mrs Rachel Gay of Crab Orchard were married in thi city at tho residence of Mr N B Jones Thursday Rev Hugh McLellan preform ing the ceremony DAVIS WmcKEu L Mr Aultz Dock Whicker nnd Miss Pansy Davis were married Saturday evening by Rev Culton The corepmony took place at the home of sister Mrs Wm Marcum on Hillsdale ayenue The brido Is a daughter ofMr and Mrs Alex Davis and is a very beau tiful and attractive young lady Tho Climax joins with many friends in extending congratulations Blanton Gilbert The marriage of MissDaisy Gilbcrtto Mr Lindsay Blanton will tako place at the homo of tho brido on Jan 27 Owing to recent death of a relative the ceremony twill be witnessed only by the members of the immediate families Miss Gilbert is a daughterof Mr H P Gilbert ono of Madison countys most popular far were and is a young lady of rare beauty- I Xr Blanton j s a son of theInto It It Dma iin3luJJA C7ct r ffO bs t lw II f A heat Success k Our Clearance Sale has been the most suc c cessful and satisfactory we have ever held i i In fact we are so well pIeasd1hat we have decided A H To Let Goods Go at r Sacrifice Prices 1g for a while longer You know the hli lass goods we handle you know 5ye dffthonlv genuine bargains socoineiquicldy and sup 1J ply yourself while you can get advantage of out special sale prices d rp r 1 NVWiiTE t The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc Doif trifle with Kidney and Bladder trouble Take DaWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed and you will at once notice satisfactory results DeAVitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are antiseptic healing and soothing Be sure to get DeWitts Pills when you ask for them Refuse substitutes and imitations Look for the name on the package Sold by Perry Thomas jlm For Rent In the John G Taylor building two elegant office rooms either single Hen suits Ware house on Orchaid St and L and N Railroad Phone 292 Colby II Taylor Youll feel better atter taking De Witts Little Early RIsers the safe sure pleasant gentle little liver pis f If you would be sure of good results insist on DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve the original It is Rood for big cuts or little ono Email scratches or bruises or big ones but it ts especially sod for piles Sold by Perry Thomas jlm The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 Theres nothing to good for a sore throat as Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil Cures in a few hours Relieves any pain in any part jlm Notice To Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of C C Chrisman are hereby notified to present same to the undersigned on or before Feb 3 1910 properly proven as required by law or saine will bo barred B Juott JIt Assignee feel strong have good appetite a Uigestion sleep soundly and enjoy life use Rurdock Blood Bitters the great system tonic and builder jlm It is always cheapest in the long run to gellhBbest We do the very b- estConcrete WorkGive usyour order and you pleasedandthoroly 11 R1 K Stone Phone 432 Farm For Sale Have just listed for immediate sale possession to bo given March tho first farm of one hundred and ninetyfive acres located in Fayette county eight miles from Lexington oh first class pike LAND Mostly all level one hundred and ten acres in cultivation forty in geo4 grass forty in clover well watered by everlast ing springs and ponds Fencing is first class new IMPROVEMENTS Twostory eightroom brick house largo stock barn good largo tobacco barn good tenant house good brick meat house ice house and in fact all usual and necessary outbuildings Half mile of good school two and half miles of ichurehes and within five miles of railroad station Is on R F D and telephone line PRICE 82200000 TermsFive thousand cash Re mainder one to five years deferred pay ments to bear six per cent I can show tho firm any lay- JTFERRIELL AgentRichmond Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write JA STEVEXS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky Eggs Wanted If you want eggs give your fowls a few doses ol Bourbon Egj Producer and watch them lav This preparation acts gently on the fowls digestive and eegproduciug organsand makes them byPerryStrayed From Kirksvillo 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 mo about2 miles from Kirksville HENRY WHITE ScIcntlJIc Spanning consists in punishment only when n child is actually bad 801119 mothers think that all crying is badness itsnot When your baby cries look for piss or some external came If you WhitCream keepsitPleasant to take sure in its action T1ummjlniSALESMEN WANTED to look after our interest in Madison and adjacent counties Salary or Commission Ad dress Tho Harvey Oil Co Cleveland O Kfnnedys therebyIt stops the cough Children like it PerryThomas 2500 now 1875 1800 now 1350 now 1125 i Q25 flOQO now 750 j o riT aert W Mid There Js ewly OM Iy In the ointment of Jiladelracomrorttbe beggars They begin to beg before they can walk and they call Penny penny before they can lisp the sacred name of mamma However one good thing has come of our experience with tuein They have prepared us tot beggars elsewhere We are hardened nowat least we think we are The savor of pity has gone out of us Albert Blgelow Talno In Outing Magazine A Prize Watchdog Gentleman Out lam afraid bo wouldnt make a good watchdog Man with bull terrler ot a good watclk dog Why Lor bless your cart it was only last week that this wery animal held a burglar down by the throat and brat his brains out with his tahlLon don Tatter Setter Dad Than Editors Judge How do you earn your liv log Prisoner By writing your hon ur Judge And whai do you write for Would you mind telug Hs Pris iiner Not at all 1 write for money tram homeJudgLibaiCould If a man saw his statOr fall Into a well why could he not rescue her Because be could not be a brother and assist her too He KneW Detter Mr full of contradic tions Mrs BuddAnd 1 say It Isnt strictly speaking school time comes but once On this account both boys and girls should be encouraged in ev cry way to make the most of it Meat scraps and milk for tho flock of laying hens are excellent substI- tutes for the Insect food which they get at range during the summer months and if eggs are expected of them they should be provided with both A fact that is not generally known Is that popcorn way be too dry to pop well Just as It is often too moist In this case Its popping qualities are im proved by dipping It In water and then drying It out quickly Just before It Is to bo used A rather curious physiological fact in connection with tuberculosis Is that a cow having the disease docs not transmit it to her calf at birth This makes It possible to keep her offspring from contracting It by feeding it sterilized milk or putting it with a cow which Is free from the disease By do Ing this the calves of valuable full blooded dams have been saved for useful careers While the brown Swiss breed of cat tle do not equal any of the four lead ing dairy breeds in milk and butter production they still are making very satisfactory showing for dairy purposes They arc not only docile and easily handled but possess large frames and beefy quarters Four of these cows owned by the Michigan Agricultural college showed a milk yield for the past year ranging from 8120 pounds of milk producing 400 pounds of butter to 10158 pounds of milk giving 457 pounds of butter The Mistletoe The mistletoe is a Druldical contri- butIon to Christmas It was held in great veneration by the Druids In an dent England and the cutting of it was attended by sacrificing and east Ing with weird incantations the priest climbed the tree on which the mistletoe grew and cut it away with a knife ot purest gold no base metal being allowed to touch it As the twigs tell they were received below in a mantle of spotless whiteness Modest Greatness ReporterSenator to what do you chiefly attribute your successful career Eminent StatesmanEntiroly to heredity young man I deserve no credit for It whatever My father had ambition and my mother had talent cud I happened to inherit both those qualifications Chicago Tribune From Experience Mrs Enpeck 1 learned today that Bob Smith and Mary Jones were secretly married ten months ago Just think of m Married nearly a year EnpeclcOha whole lot wiser before he had been married a month In Stock JokerDo you keep smokeless tobac co Clerk Sure we do Joker What kind is It ClerkChewing tobacco of courseCornell Widow Down on Rival Plants Wife John the hens have scratched up that eggplant seed you sowed flub Darn em Jealousy I suppose Boston Transcript CUT PRICE SaleWa ourSpringWittier Suits and Overcoats at 1= 4 Off This is a deep cut for nice new stock all freshandliright colors rajJQd ones to offer vouno out of style goods but new in style eolorsr but low in priee Mens Suits and Overcoats Boys Suits SOpOuow 1500 71500 L25Onow ButidJ1tis 1000 now 7i 57 pO J8O0pow uV J 000 600 now Jv 45Q 5100 now V 3 t5 400 now qp 300 now 225 if Winter Pants Underwear Hats Caps HeayyShces j j ri1 cislradi11givecS the feature of this great sale I f Special Notice to Ladies We wish to call your attention to the fact that we have just received a line of the eelebrafc iaaSilKid Shoes for women and are now ready to supply your wants in footwear AU fyou who have worn the SilKici hnow what they are for style cornfoit and durability Theyi have no equal We especIally 1lJVlte every woman to ourstore to the SilKid Shoes and try a pair isaU we ask Prises from examme2 t 4 The Royali UOME OF CLOTHES J S STANIFER1 PROP 1f orlir sQ Ma ksts J I9aMOND t J r a r 0 ScottsEmolsion is the originalhas been the standard for thirtyfive y tThere are thousands of soeanedw just as good JJ EMulsibns but they are nottheyare simply imi tations which are never originaltThey are like thin milk SCOTTS is thick like a heavy cream If you want it thin do it yours with water bht dont buy it thin t Ton SSIt BY ALL DUEGGISTS Send lz nime rot paper and this ad fcrosr beautiful Sayings flank and Child SketchBook Each bank contain a Good Luck Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl SL New York For Sale Privately two store houses one occupied by Taylor Oldhara Hardware the other known as thA Uncket Store both on Main SL J E Greanleaf tf Executor OflCllAfD aniGct FETRIGG REGISTER ROCKfQRDIA CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED JThis matter must not be ronrinted with out special permission DEST WAY TO FEED CORN Since corn is the chief article of diet in those states where hog raising is carried ou extensively the question of the feeding of it in the most econom lent formes a live one for every feeder Realizing this fact and with a View to securing data that would be of practi cal value for the feeder the directors of the Iowa experiment station at Ames have been conducting exhaustive feeding pxperhnents for the past three years with a view to finding out In what form corn should be fed to give the largest as well as the most eco nomical gains A bulletin recently published by the station gives the results of these feeding Investigations A gist of the findings should be of practical aid to every hog raiser who uses corn as a part of the feeding ra tion Six forms of corn were used dry car corn soaked shell corn dry corn meal soaked cornmeal dry corn and cob meal and soaked corn and cob meal It was found that shelling cost 1 cent per bushel shelling and grind fag 3 cents and grinding corn and cob meal 0 cents In the tests made In 1007 100 pounds of dry ear corn made as much pork as 112 pounds of shelled corn soaked twentyfour hours or 122 pounds of cornmeal soaked twelve hours In the 1008 tests shelled corn soaked twelve hours gave slightly the fastest gains It was found that whether dry or soaked a bushel of corn ground with out tim cob made more pork than a bushel of corn ground with the cob while a bushel of ear corn made as much gain as one and onethird bush els ground into corn and cob meal at a coat of C cents per bushel Other In teresting features of the experiments might be given but the practical lesson of the tests according to the ex perimenters Is summarized In the statement that up to 200 pounds In eight the fastest as well as the most economical gains may be secured by feeding dry car corn while for hogs above this weight the best results are twclyehoursto the average feeder for the method of feeding which gives best results is that In which there Is a minimum out lay of time and expense in the prepar ing and feeding of the ration THE HOME SUPPLY OF ICE Much may be added to the keeping quality as well as to the enjoyment of the food supplies for the home If a supply of lee Is available during the warmer months of the year In cities and towns of any size the consumer has his wants in this ibm met by put- tIng up the Ice card With country dwellers the matter Is not so simple For those who wish to lay by a supply of ice for next summer a few sugges tions may be helpful An outbuilding of about the size required for the necessary supply may be utilized This should be so situated that there will bo good drainage from a point below the lowest tier of cakes A space of a ieftbetweenof the Inclosure The cakes should be packed In regular fashion for economy of room with enough space between them so as to give free drainage to the bottom The sawdust or other ma terial used In packing should be pour ed In between the Ice anti the walls as the pile Increases In height but should liot b3 packed down When the last tier of Ice has been laid si ten Inch layer of the packing material should bq placed over the whole bjdy of Ice The air chamber above the ice should be kept well ventilated durlpg warm keptbyoutlined lint not with so satisfactory results HOW TO GET WINTER EGGS HbV1o get the flock of hens to lay during the venter mouths Is one of the most Iniportant problems the poultry manhas on his hands for it Is then that his eggs fetch the highest price Professor nice of Cornell university who has made a special study of the care anti feeding of poultry recom mends the following mcthcd Keep tlillCtjonquallPtrtsbran m1ddlQa and beef scraps The scraps shonlie of tim best quality and fresh water should be kept befpre the hens nil the time on the opposite jplde Qf the house from the feed hop jjers BO as to give the fowls exercise Aq hour before a of allJU1lmhcatwould rfcssor Rice ndvisea against a hot mash byinaiiyhens to be Inacilvc for several hours yInstores or fcusdwiag the vrhtftr lrr 11j i0 r IJ The grits tarttitked tie flock eowrtl tute the hens teeth Wfce the grtte ireBot furnished its hard cliewte Where It Is to be had there Is no ja tlon for furnishing animal food QT the flock of hens that surpasses sweet sklmmllk t The Minnesota farmer bypayingGO cents as a registry fee may have a sort of copyright on the name which heselects for his farmstead This keeps any other farm owner from using the same name Tho other day we read of a little hlld that could Just toddle getting bold of and sucking down some thirty headache tablets the kind that stop the pain because of the poisons they contain The baby went Into convul sloan and died A reader of these notes who Is In terested in hotbeds Inquires about the efficiency of the double pane hotbed sash We have not used this type of sash and would be pleased If any ofL our readers could give our Inquirer some light on the subject One of fe best flocks of hens for winter laying that we ever saw was turned out on a pile of litter on the south side rf a barn when the weather was not too severe and made to scratch for their grain ration In this way the hens got two essentials exercise and fresh air There Is no mill so good for grinding corn for young pigs or BO cheaply oper ated as the strong jaws and sound teeth nature provided them with Moreover when corn la ground In this way It is properly mixed with saliva and there Is no bolting of the food as time Is taken to masticate It Before adopting buttermilk as a health potion calculated to enrich the blood and build UI shattered nerves It will be well for the patient to In quire whether such milk Is sterilized before It 13 drunk as it may be laden with tuberculosis which would make the last end of the man worse than the first In order that patrons may have their purchases strictly fresh proprietors of fish markets In somcEuopoan cities sell fish alive their customers select ing their fish as they swim within sight In a tank TiLlS practice takes account of the fact that the shorter the time between water and frying pan the more delicious fish Is There Is probably no article of food that Is jnqrc enjoyed than the luscious oyster yet physicians at I boards of health are of the opinion that numerous cpses of typhoid fever ate traceable to eating the bivalves in mi un cooked state Many oyster beds arp situated in rivers which receive the germ laden sewage of large cities and this accounts for their contamination Owing to a too dry condition of the soil at seeding time an unsatisfactory and poor stand of grain often results where the broadcast system of seed ing is used Tho disk drill overcomes this difficulty by putting the seed at- m CTCH depth In soil that Is moist thus Insuring perfect germination and an even stand The saving in seed when this method 13 employed Is about 20 per cent In the oleobntter controversy which is on and likely to be brought up for consideration In congress at the pres Cut session Justice would seem to demand that oleo be made to stand on Us own feet and not be allowed to mas querade in any guise for creamery or dairy butter Were human nature dif ferent oleo might even be allowed to be colored without working injustice if it Were always sold for cleo but once let It be colored and some grafter will palm it off on unsuspecting customers as butter and get butter prices for it- Tlie old time Idea In the raising of hogs was to keep them confined In close quarters anti stuff them with corn and small grain and sour swill This Idea fortunately for the pigs Is giving way toji new and better method including wider range with a rape clover or alfalfa pasture during the summer months abundance of freshwater and such tonics as are needed to keep the system in the best condition The ndoptIon of the new method of care has not only meant health and comfort for the hogs but Increased profits for the owner A friend who buys much fur chiefly mink skunk and rat states that the trapper loses much by taking mink before Dec 1 when they are in what is called unprlmc condition Such pelts do not fetch within 2 to 3 apiece what they would If they were classed prime The only thing that would pre vent a carrying out of this sensible suggestion would be that the average trapper would rather get 3 for an un prlmo skin than have his neighbor take It later when prime and get 5 or 0 for It A law prohibiting trapping before the date mentioned would remedy this difficulty however It Is quito unjust and decidedly to the disadvantage of the careful poultry man that greater difference Is not made on the smaller market between eggs that are strictly fresh those that art in fair condition and others that are dirty addled cr spoiled Where the poultry man has built up n private trade this handicap is avoided and be receives a substantial reward for the pains he takes in seeing that his egg are fresh and dean Were like discretion exerciser by the store buyer of eggs n very beneficial Influence would be exerted generally on the egg business of tho country When the HairFalls Stop it Asd why not Fall regularIas made from our new improved formula quickly and Completely destroys that dis ease The hair stops falling out grows more rapidly and all dandruff disappears Does not change tJte cohrof iJie half Yer uers with each bot- Sh 70Udector Ask hira hut II then do as he uY givesthewhy each ingredient is used and CX thingsAfterhair preparation docs its work so well Kaia by the j c iyerCo IowetI5teu If you are going to sell out ind WJetfltV0UrO3dsto bring Lit t i9jarc wc thget ICW Shearer WhtLl1 Y to coot 4ltl vqp4 His Horr l l 1J1 rtELIGIOUS TJlOUGttt ai GI rFro ttte Tkttljof All DwtomntMm Lack of faith In God speedily remit In lack of faith In self and the cease quence Is despair Hcv William T Ellis Presbyterian Omaha Power of Prayer Here Is where the church Is weak Wo have not yet realized the vitality of prayer Its ability to link the soul with tho highest sources of power Rev Dr Robert McDonald Baptist Brooklyn Right Contentment The only proper contentment Is that which combines with godliness and which sees from the standpoint of Gods word the divine power able to correct the difficulties which assail us and all tnankindRev Charles E fins sell Presbyterian Brooklyn Not Liberal Enough The only trouble about John D Rockefellers proposition to give 100 000 tainted money to missions Is that talnt enough It ought to be a million When God converted a man he took over his money no matter how rtolI1naptIst lellgton that governs the world and If you want to exalt a nation give it a clearer vision of God and of his will mid purpose for man and of mans re to him and to his fellow man raniwouldvery fountain of its UfeIle Dr Frank G Smith CongregatIonalist Chi cage Social Ostracism Deplored Whenever we put the ban of social ostracism on any sect or community that sect or community gravitates to the very evil for which It Is despised Take the case of actors and actresses All Christian people put them under the ban All Christian people regard them as unclean and I tell you that the Christian people have no right to be surprised If they act as though they were unclean All this Is unworthy of us You wilt have to rise to these Christ heights some time somehow somewhere You may just as well start now because this poor lowly life Is not worthy pt usUe Dr Charles F Aked Baptist New York Cain Answered The spirit of ambition has blinded the eyes of all to the common atten tions of dally life The attitude of selfish gratification Is a natural one to fall into and easy to defend A man has the ability he has the position It may be the result of his own strenu ous work or the work of his father Why has he not the right to use that position for his own benefit exclusively 1 do not know except that he is a man and not a hyena History phi losophy and religion have answered Cains sneering question Am I my brothers keeper In a deafening roar YesRov L O Uaird Congrega- tionalIst Omaha Hindrance to Baptism Baptism Is a question that belongs to the beginning of the Christian life The hindrances to baptism are many One hindrance Is the divided teaching of the church as to what constitutes valid New Testament baptism There is no general agreement as to either the form of baptism or the subjects of baptism Many folks arc hindered from being baptized by this uncertain ty of the Christian world hi its teach- Ing about baptism On such a differ ence of opinion It Is right for every be liever to make an Independent study of the subject Every Christian ought to have a good conscience toward God on the baptism question Rev P W Johnson Baptist Washington Human Influence The value of human Influence is a vital and farrcuchlng subject The beginning of real valvMS In character Is found In the stern condemnation of self A selfish life is life at Its lowest value an eternal asset fallen below par Self Is the god of this world takes all yet gives nothing makes men act and live uuworthily drags them down below their rightful level In stead of having dominions over the world self becomes a slave unto It The self life Is a violation of Gods society11R L Pate Methodist Episcopal Wash ington A Motto Worth While A certain king In days of old made an offer of high honor and great wealth to one who would produce in concise form a motto for his guidance terse and wise a precept that would soothe in the hour of his misfortune and yet one that would warn when prosperity would Incline him to forget other and less noble days Many maxims were rent him some longer and some shorter for many desired the proffered prize The final choice was decided Rnd its author greatly honoredThIs too shall pass away Here we have a sentence that Is a veritable Jewel from the mine of truth None so young but can be nmdto realize its wisdom and none so old but can verify its veracity Misfortune has comeuThls too will pass away The thought absorbed will abundantly encourage and strengthen the depressed spirits It may be great honor Is being heaped upon you and you are living upon the heights of success with not a cloud to mar your horizon A warning Is necessary that the Intoxication of your pros perity will not debauch all that you have and are This too will pass awayltev Arthur J Francis Con gregatioaallst Chicago Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against tho estate of George Million deceased will present thorn to me properly verified on or before Fob 1st 1910 or same wilt be barred Tnos JESKIK- SI5lt Admr of Gee Million decd NOTICEHaving and Feed business of Mr J Bollard on Aspen ave we use this method to inviteiour friends and the public for a share of their patroaage We handle tho celebrated Rich Mountain JELLICOCOALi which we guarantee to give perfect satisfaction Give us a trial ort asd gac qualatcd with our eel and method of tiaX bu lMM SH IhnJP co y i p a jI Dfli17J3eiT yAle T gerew ierRIelHB ud Pee pleto Neglect The great danger of kidney troubles is that they Ret hold before the sufferer recognizes them Health is gradually undermined Backache headache nervousness lameness soreness lum bago urinary troubles diopsy diff jbetes and Brights disease follow in merciless succession Dont neglect your kidneys Cure the kIdneys with the certain and safe remedy Doans Kidney Pills which has cured people right here in this locality Wilson Fain superintendent of roads TMcbolasvIlle Ky says two years ago I began to have considerable trouble with my kidneys As a general rule the flint symptom 01 kid ney complaint begins with backache but in my case the principal annoyance was too frequent passages of the kidney secretions Btv wife nbon Deans Kidney PiUs and uoticingilnl they had been used with great for similar troubles I procured box They entirely cured me and I have had no return of kidney complaint for two years Doans Kidnov Pills have my highest endorsement For Bale byall dealers Price 50 cIa FosterMi Iburu Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoans and take no other j 1m For firstclass dental work call on Dr J R Pennington office next to Govern ment building j12tf Dissolution Notice The firm of Douglas Culton huts by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Douglas retiring from the firm Those Indebted to tho firm aro requested to call and settlethoso having claims will kindly present same at office for pay ment pit W n DOUGLAS 0 a CULTOX Tickets for tho piano to be given by the Normal City Laundry go with every order for laundry j122t For Sale 15 meat hogs cracker jacks 125 South Down Ewes C W Cobb ti Red House Ky For Sale Rouse and lot and 8 acres of land located in Kingston this county 7 miles from Richmond The land is very fertile with good house and barn and all necessary outbuildings good lancing and weJl watered This is a splendid neighborhood with Rood school and churchesin a quiet peaceful village J A Riddoll Kingston Ky D W White Paint LickKy Executors Cash Moody dl3m Land For Sale As executors of estate of C F Bur nam we offer at private sale about lOOacresof land lying two miles East of Kingston on Big Hill and Muddy Creek road adjoining land of A C B nge anti Dre Gibsone Can be divHeil into two farms or nearly equal Bize with faIr improvements on each consisting of two houses and barns cribs etc About 100 acres in virgin woodland most of balance in prats Will raise corn wheat tobacco For price and terms eee AR BCRXAM or tf T 0 DURXASJ Railway Mail Clerks Wanted TIle Government pays Railway Mall Clerks 300 to 1200 and other employees up to 2500 annuallyUncle will hoW spring examinations throughout tho country for Rail way Mail Clerks Custom House Clerks Stenographers Bookkeepers Depart mental Clerks and other Government Positions Thousands of appointments will be made Any man or woman over 18 in City or Country can got Instruction and free information by writing at once to tho Bureau of Instruction 340 O Hamlin Building Rocherter N Y PUBLIC LAND SALE As agent for the White heirs I will sell to the highest and best bidder on the premises 5 miles south of Richmondand 14 mile from Caleast on the Silver Creek and Menelaus turnpike o- nThursday Feb 10 1910- at 10 oclock A M 73 810 Acres of Land owned by the late Wm H White This land is all in blue grass has not been plow ed for 25 years it is fine to bacco and hemp land has good tenant house well water ed and fence Joins the lands of W H Hendren Dave Simmons James B White Jas Butner and CC Coy TERMS Onethird cash onethird in twelve months onethird in two years with lien retained on land at 6 per purchaseIon s John D White Agt wmrJ3 Cream Vermifuge TIlE GUMXTEEI WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVeWTE TuNK MWMMT PWMTAfiOM TttC PREPMMEB MHY BallardSjtaw Liniment Ceo- ST IOUX MO boJd bj iPerry Thomas i 2 2 i n ji r M1 Whatis Breakfast Without CoffeettBut Jnst coffee Is not enough It must bo cood You era certain coffeeIbuy here Wo have bad selecting coffees and buy onl1thosotnf tested Quality This policy has earned us a reputa tion as the place to but Jour CAmong our finest brands Is I wo aro lIart1cularlyproud colfeeIIs the result of Improved cooking and curing used In colfeeI supreme Quality coffee Is I Electa Coffee I I i A selected product of seasoned beans I which makes a delicious cup of uni form flavor If your family like coffee you owe It to them to try Klecta nTuj Comes In tin cans Sealed itbllo JOIlII Order today for tomorrows break fast The family wilt thank you and I call ior more y I tIf r1ITelephone 35 t Uea MrischenFormerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over J E Sexton Phone J73 All Kinds ot Pressing gleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited rrWe are Receiving the Choicest Lot of Evaporated IFrult The best Canned Goods and the choi CitjfJJ Qtleens ale Wooden Granite and Willow Warej SEWELL McKINNEY GROCERS c Telephone 223 O 1 HI1I iii i- iI hIiJlllllllllIlIIlIlIilIIlItllIIItIlIllIIIIlllllIlIItJ Dont get the idea into mind that all yards sell J 01goods at the same Theres olways one yard leads is better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building Material Jntxe jn and letus convince you that ours is tnat yard your perplexities will end and your wants be satisfactorily filled Asan experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L A Depot Attractive Printing Draws Trade Let Us Do Yours We Can Please Vw New NewI have just opened a large and handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Pajperv Win tho Schlegol building on Third street and cordiall invite aninr spcctiotfotsamo Wo are prepared to do J7 3FIRST CLASS PAPER HANGING on shortest notice anjl in the best manner Will appreciate a call RomembertiuisyaPo is in stock and can bo done promptly v V WoJLoLIBEDS The Best Groceries rAT TH- ELovvest Prices c may always be found at cur store handle the best goods on the marketkalr y7 V spluteiy pureand vt f Fresh New Clean iJ We have all kinds of Fancy Groceries as well asF lhe Staples and can fill your wants on shotcstnoticCAtd- Uorderw111 satisfy you that we strive to pleased Your patronage appreciateI X Ji i ti 1 J3MES B PARKE oj1 rJ OASll STORE 7 C- Ptooe624ji 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