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JIIIiI WALL PAPER 1Bread is the Staff of 1KB KV rr GtXJK II iJCi pays Beljalle I I Good Flour Brings t Every of the ill v stilta t Ion we have found that the cele brated I Flour largestocktion Burnside Happiness Member FamilyAfter ObeHsk Robinson I IPHONECha E Douglas GooD Simmons J W Deatherajr NO TICE a This is to aanDuucs to you JihafrMr Tames W V Deatherage has purchased auinterest in the firm of nameachanged to Douglas Simmons Deatberage We have moved to our new and commodious quarters on Second street and our stock Inw eludes everything in the hardwAre lineWe wish you a prosperous and happy new year Wethank you for past patronage and solcita continuance of your favors DeattabGIa rstA aWe Sell tt May Manton fj tPatterns10e Each L t ev r he Right Way tq get good work is o buy your paper from an up to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger Must Buy Stamps People living along the rural free de livery routes all over the country have unstnmpedlettepennies to pay the ostage and tho car andlOffice Department is anxious to break up j this habit and a circular has been sent out to all Postotlices urging them to da all in their power to discourage such practices The reason given is that it unnecessarily delays the carrier and in getting the pennies or other coins out of the boxes 115 frequently drops them on ground especially to c61dweather when his hands are cold Rod thus he not only gees time but mon y in doing some tiling thai the senders of the letters theirdrenHemp Growers 1909 crop of river bottom and upland cultivated hemp seed latest impartation gam pje and price 6n application Both plianos l lstruly T Sv GLASS Sox j20151 Camp Nelson Ky Hoarse Coughs Stuffy Colds symrtomsevens illness if the cold is m t cured coughhealsand brings quick relief It mildly- laxative sale and certain ip results Jefiviz Son flm A Unique Card of Thanks An oshango says this is the way one of its subscribers sent in a card lot tljanks 3Ir Editor I desire to thank the friends cud neighbors most heartily in IlitS manner for their cooperation during the illness and death ofmy late husband who escaped from mo by the hand of death on last Friday while eating break fast To my friends and all who con tributed so willingly toward making the last moments and the funeral a success I dosira to remember most kindly hoping those llnswill find you enjoying the same blessing I have also a good milkcow and a roan horse eight years old which I poll cheap God moves in perIformseft and rides upon the storm dish a black and white shoat cheap Lost Package Addressed to Mrs J B Willis Crab Orchard was left in some business house January 1st Any information thankfully received at The Climax office in H 1 t r rt+ cc Ladies Suits worth 2500 to 3500 for 1 500 Ladies Suits worth 175Qto 2000 for1151 Ladies worth 1250 to J500 for r 850 Y t Ladies 7 Suits worth 100- 0Ladies for 650 tr j T 1trs r r Cloaks Ladies Cloaks worth 175bo 2000 for 1050 Ladies Cloaks worth 12 50 to 1350 for 850 Ladies Cloaks worth 1 000 for 595 t Ladies Cloaks worth 750to 850 for 475 Ladies Cloaks worth 5 ItO950 for C L fiR f Child ens Cloaks 9 8ti3iJ 0 tt lSA j r c f L P o912 W P BAXTERColored Brother Ousted Thin new Shelbyville City Council sprang a surprise last week when it oust ed T S Baxter the negro CoUncilman from the Sixth ward in that city had been a member of the Council for eighteen years and numerous plans had been attempted to get rid of him Two weeks ago an ordinance was introduced abolishing the Sixth ward in which Bax ter resides by adding the territory to the Fourth and Fifth wards The now Sixth wand wascreated from territory that was heretofore embraced in the Fourth and Fifth wards Friday night the or whenrof the board Notice All parties having claims against the estate of thela to 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 Truth About Catarrh Sensible Methods V111 Care It B L MIddeltea Guarantees Hyomel to Cure Catarrh Catarrh can uer bo cured by taking medicine into the stomach nor by sprays atomizers or douches Intelligent physicians have long ago discarded such ideas and not a one of them would bo worth consideration were it not for the fact that unscrupulous persons prey upon the ignorance of the people in regard to new discoveries Catarrh is caused by germs and just as long as these germs thrive in the folds crevices nooks and corners of the mu cous membrane that line tho nose rhroat and chest just so long will you nave catarrh There is only ono way to cure catarrh and that is to kill the germ There is only one remedy that will kill the germs when it gets where tho germs are and that is Ilyomoi- Ilyomei is made chiefly from Austral ian Eucalyptus and Eucalyptol com antisepticshard rubber inhaler that comes with each outfit and relief is immediate Used regularly for a few weeks Ilyomoi pronounced Highome will cure chronic catarrh Complete outfit 8100 at n L Middcltons and leading druggists every whore MIONACures It relieves stomach misery sour atoms ach belching and cures dis ease or money back o box of tab lets 60 cents Druggists in all towns Questions and Answers Why should a compliment from a turkey bean insult languagerShe pulled his oars and trod on his corn When docs a chair dislike foul When it cant bear you managedBecause 1l fiarrange it What burps to keep a secret Sealing wax Why is a nobleman like a boy Because ho has a title j What class of women give tone to society The belles What is that which has a mouth but never speak a bed but never lies in it A river Why is a cherry like a book Because it is redrWhy is a fourquartjar like a side saddle Because itholds a gallon Why are airships like tramps Because they have no visible means of support What islands would form a dainty party luncheon Sanawich and SIaderia More people are taking Foleys Kidney Remedy every year It is consid ered the most effective remedy for all tidneyand bladdertroubles that medical science can devise Kidney die eases cause more sickness and suffer ing and are more fatal than any other diseases Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any casa of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine NJ medicine can do more Sold byStockton Son Mm Tickets given with every bundle of laundry at tho Normal City Laundry en titling holder to chance on fine piano Greatest offer of the day Look into it j1221 Hamlet had melancholy probably caused by an inactive liver A bad liver makes one cross end irritable causes mental and physical depression and may re cult disaetumslyiBillards Herhiiie is ncVnovcledce to be theperfect liver rek or u youre blue and out of enrtsyget n bottle to day A positive cureforJliiHous head ache Constipation iCbflls and Fever and all liver complairrfi Sold by Perry dr Tti tnas fIm For firstclass dental work call on Dr J R Pennington office next to Govern ment building j12tf Tickets for the piano to be given by the Normal City Laundry go with every order for laundry j122t r oldstOCk anybody I j it A f r F Better Mattress tre f For Less MoneyhI Our liberal guarantee is backed up bs Stearns Foster Coand proves beyond doubt the superior quality of Stearns Foster mattresses 4TEStSFOSTER MATTRESS something no maker allows to The inside judgeHa pretty ticking or a clerks pleasant Come today- Every mattress sold on 60 nights free 4V- re Lfri Oldham LackeyWhen You Need Foley s Orinn Laxative When you have that dull heavy feverish feeling accompanied by constipation When you have headache indigestion bil iousness pains in stomach and bowels then you need Foleys Orino Laxative It moves the bowels freelv and gently and thoroaclily clears tho intestinal tract It does not gripe or nauseate and cures constipation Us pleasant to take and especially recommended tor byStockton M Prices Cutti Almost aloes Suits j J In addition to the special prices mentioned cwe have bargains in other heavy goods Also com plete lines of new and up to date Embroideries Laces cF Muslin Underwear Ginghams etc for Spring 1910 The most beautiful assortment of new Spring White Goodswe have ever shown and our prices have riot been affected one whit by the high prices in cotton as all our orders werei placed early and bef6p4he advance Comeand see HS The Wrong Way isto buy a Iotoc and get to hang it for you Phone in A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspep sin and constipationweakens the whole system Doans 25 cts a box correct the liver tone the stomach cure constipation flm Are you saving your coupons given on the piano by tho Normal City Its a fine and has an equal chance to get it j32t Cures babys croup Willies daily cuts and bruises mamas sore throat grandmas lameness Dr Thomas Oilthe great remedy flm rt WALL PAPER WINDSOR GRADE l pIWe guarantee it to be bcc than any other advertised make at any price All Stearns roster Mru allow you to examine the inside the most important to know Jof the very mattress you other you do merely by talk trial Rejmlets Laundry instrument everybody Eclectrio household side buy If you will Just take Kodol now and then you need not fear or hesitate to eat all the good food that you want for Kodol will digest whatever you eat Kolod is for weak and sour stomachs Kodol is pleasant to take and it is guaranteed to give relief at once Sold by All Druggists Mm Life insurance is a protection that no man should fall to have Seo Breck S Smith and place your insurance in a safe reliable company jI22m t t c t Six Nights Go As You Pleas Race How many tired fathers and mother in this town enter this race every night carrying baby And they won der what the matter is Chances are the child is 6 yinRworm8 are eats ing all of its fool Most childrenthave worms yours neednt Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the Soldby t t tttk IWe v May Manton Patterns IOc Each t f1t eA Mensr r jMensMens Suits worth JQOO for 695 Mens Suits worth 750 to 850 for 550 a yl Mens Overcoats l iOvercoatsOvercoats worth 10 for 695 Overcoats worth 750 to 850 for rLrqp Overcoats worth 500 to 650 for i35Youths Overcoats from 275 to 395 r Boys Overcoats from 98c to 295 J5r i2c r atezar Y jF A f U ce b j II d 8r t 1 a IL i t f V w i r i 1Jp I 11 v Ai f SK Af1lt JrP wwmi I ti II u c fu J- j uqrt n ao J f J 1 jI4r i 1 irT Tobacco Canvas 2 12 3 and 3 12 c Thompson Glovefitting Co- rsetsEARLiIBUY Just look at McKees while down street if you want to see something new and pretty fpf spring They are getting in altof their 1 9 i New Ginghams I Cheviots and White Materials Be sure and see their Embroideries I for they are the handsomest we have T ever bought at the price f Owen NieKeesee Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns if t n The Richmond Climax nilKiEB DERI WQIBUY IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Ptest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor PRESS tad IEAGUE FPICE flOO PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY FEB 2 1910 AT the age of seventytwo John It Walsh the bankwrecker once a multi millionaire the greatest banker in the West master of high finance builder of railroads and the autocrat of fortune who asked no faors and showed no mercy is completely undone And an added pity of it all is the best that any one can now be found to say of him is t that he is a grand fighter grim and un dismayed in defeat and game to his marrow That is not much of a reputation to leave outside the noisome walls of his prison upon the wreck of all that once was hisnothing for which anyone itviII remember him very kindly nor very TIlE Kentucky Legislature seems to be hopelessly tied up over the county unit bill nothing else receiving much attention While the bill is all right Sand should become a law yet it is wrong to shove aside everything else and have no new or amended laws simply jbecause some people want saloons and some do not The law makers should t remember that there are many other matters of equal if not more importance tit the people to be looked after There r are many taxpayers in Kentucky who f dont care a whit whether local option prevails or if there is a bar room on every corner It is foolishness to side track everything else for this question Thos A Edison the wizard has now t invented a plan whereby trolley cars can b F operated without the overhead wire and pole This is a great thing to be sure but what the people want in these Jf days of high prices is an invention areby a man can keep soul and body together without having to buy meat r and eggs Now that Dr Helen Reynolds Kellogg lias told tho Chicago women that it is their duty to make themselves beauti ful by supplementing natures deficien cies it is up to her to find a woman who did not already believe in that idea and who did not resort to pads and puffs long before the wise lecturer was over heard of OF course the liens will cackle over this boycott of the meat trust says the Elizabethtown News The trouble is the hens have been doing too much cackling now and not enough laying If she will only show her approval of the boycott by producing some eggs she will be a blessing indeed V 5A St Louis ragman who was thought to be penniless died the other day leav libiga fortune of 60000 He had no relatives while living but its a safe bet tjiatsince his death and the disclosure ofthefortune that many have shown up Jb this time Old human nature is the v same the world over C ij i r TirE oldfashioned woman has not jhfeard that hips were ever out of styler remarks an exchange No nor has the girl whom nature has favored with the iright kind of curves The disgusting style was only popular with women of tiie beanpolo type ALL the progress of the Nineteenth century all our marvelous achieve elllaln science all the advancement t which has been made in the art of mun icipal and other government fail to solve t the problem of keeping sidewalks free t vfrpm Ice THE number of fights between lawyers irl open court because of insults real or V imagined moves the public to wonder hw lawyers would appear on the WiL- t ness stand under what is called a grill tag crossexamln tlon A BABY has been adopted to a Comm tOar Mo female institution of karalng f ttet the students nay bt iMtatd to a lot lafantSr The tu4eattT propeM I WIst s thi UYSk w5Vti Bro Harry Sommers of the Elizabeth town News misconstrues our remark that ActingGovLinn would have made a tenstrike in pardoning Youtsey Our idea is as all the rest of the gang had been set free why not let tho tail go with the hide and wipe out the whole band It was not that we doubt the guilt of Youtsey at all We heartily agree with Bro Sommers that one of the things Gov Willson will have to answer for is the pardon of Howard Powers and Taylor after he had declared that ho would see that they had a fair trial We are confident that he will never pardon Youtsey however as the latter gave too much evidence against his Republican conspirators An Indianapolis judge has ordered that all saloon keepers convicted of keeping their places open on Sunday be forced to attend church and listen thro the sermon on the following Sunday It will depend altogether on the ability of the minister as to the extent of the punishment To hear some will prove no punishment at all but a source of enjoyment while there are others whos hour andahalf speil would be worse than serving a jail sentence Reports from Frankfort say the Legislators have been after our good brother Hedden of Mt Sterling with a sharp stick Brer Hedden is public printer and the solons want to know why the bills offered are not printed promptly With such a flood of bills pouring in it is awonder the printer was able tb handle them as well as was done However when a printer takes such a contract he should be prepaared to deliver the goods Hetty Green said to be the richest woman in the world has joined the meat strike and cuts out steak from her order She may bo doing this for show but chances are it is done for the sole purpose ofsaving a few centsjust what many other rich skinflints do Coy Marshall of Indiana says econ omy and tariff reform should be the sole issue of the Democratic party The govcnorisrightin his statement While there are some other muchneeded reforms these are by far tho most impor tantSJUDGING from the number of bankers in federal penitentiaries the dePositorS are fully warranted in asking a bank what security it can give in return for the deposit that is made HAVE you decided to lay aside yourS spare money fora trip next will you save up and apply it to buying anice porterhouse steak for a dinner DID you ever notice that a woman is not really old until she begins to do her hair up in a convenient little knot on the top of her head PRESIDENT Taft is carrying out the Roosevelt policies but where is he car rying them Personal mention Govenor Willson was in Frankfort one day this week In some cities the meat dealers are threatening to boycott the boycotters O + I Social and Personal I C e Mrs Jonas Ruckcr has returned from a visit to relatives in Lancaster Mrs Andre Scanlan has returned from a trip to Cincinnati Mrs Eugenia Hume has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville ilr and Mrs Keats Speed after a visit here have returned to New York Miss Anne Bennett Cohen is quite ill at her home on West Main street Mr and Mrs J G Bosley have returned from a visit to Lebanon relatives Col Billy Burton the wellknown horseman wis in town Wednesday- Mr Joe Taylor and family of Illinois are visiting relatives in the county Mr John Allman left last week frstwo months sojourn in Memphis Tenn Judge and Mrs Turpin are in South Carolina and Georgia visiting relative Mr A J Suit is agaiat his at the Racket store after asiegfef tfcejripf Mr Jesse Doty of LMfeMMr Mti hi daughter Mrs EJLIWtb Stbwfcy Miss Bettte Owens of Mi SferMtf is the guest other aunt Mrs J M Natcr Mr S D Parrish has returned taseveral n ths May in Washington D 0 JiUM LeMHIark tKiriuvUl U tile if KM Ws4 BlancheKy EditQr Metcalf of the Pineville Sun was in the city Wednesday and made us a pleasant call LexingtonhasMrs Elmer Death erago Miss Minnnie Wages has returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs J G A Boyd of Louisville Mrs I II Bootho left Monday for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John McGee of Ironton Ohio Mr and Mrs It E Baker and little daughter Irene have returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Mr Wm Witt and daughter Miss Bessie of Rico Station spent last Saturday with friends in this city Mr William Smith has returned from French Lick Springs We are glad to note thathis health Is very much improv edMiss Elma Million of Newby was in Midwaythis week the guest of her sister Miss Ruth who is attending school thereMrs Thos J Smith attended the meeting of the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs at Frankfort Wednes day The condition of Mr W It Thomas who is at the P A C Infiamary was not so favorable as The Climax goes to pressMisses Delia Tinder and Mary Elmore JudgeChenaultsSchool Misses Lucy and Fannie Moore entertained a large party of young friends at their hospitable homo near Duncannon SundayFriends have received cards announcing the wedding of Miss Alma Miller Cecil and Mr Louis Cary of Richmond Va The bride is a cousin of Mrs Elizabeth Miller of this city JenningsGreonleaf Mrs Emma Kauffman Monday Miss Gladys Perry of Richmond is a guest at the Simpson house- DanvilleAdvocateEdltorA D Miller of the RichmondClimax is in the city to papersinis Mr Louis Landram formerly editor of the Lancaster Record Mrs James Moores has accepted a position in the store of J B Walker She is an expert in this business and her splendid work commands a large patronage Her many friends will be delighted to learn that she has accepted the place London EchoMr McCreary Sim mons of Richmond wasn business visitor to London the early part of the week Mr J E Soper of Richmond was in town Monday and Tuesday Mrs Sarah Barnett left Sunday for Richmond to attend tho State Normal School Estill lIeraldC D Miller formerly an Irvine boy who now holds a lucrative position with an Eastern Tea and Coffee house was showing his wares to local merchants this week He secured sever al nice orders which will warrant his keeping his home town on his list for future visits The Mary Pattie Music Club was en tertained by Mrs Neville Mdberly Satur day afternoon The meeting was an en joyable one and those who took part were Misses Bessie Turley Norma Giunchig hard Fannie Willging nary Rice CQV ington Farl y Pickles the Misses Million Mrs Tate and the hostess The third of the series of germans by the Richmond Cotillion Club will be given at the Masionic Temple this oven ing Mr and Mrs Thomas J Smith will lead which fact insures a pretty and enjoyable affair Smitties harp orchestra of Cincinnati will furnish the music TheWomans Club held avery interesting meeting Monday afternoon at the Elks Club room The program was as followsCurrent Events Russian Hisory from 18001815 Miss Sada Mason Russian History the Latter Half of the Ninete tk Century Miss Durward Reviews of Toteis Warand Peace Mrs James Burnam Th Nortk SWiTkkWe Club which vicinitydfTrtlt neighborshoed gOOJWeerover the needleworE Three meetings so far have been held the first with Mrg Henry Cosh tamest with MM Mrsja 1 T outtlw kiee of the club BMnely The friendly gathering of neighbors to sew a little to talk a little and to eat a little Judge J 0 Chenault was in Paris and- Lexington1tIonday Mr John M Farm of Lancaster un questionably the most publicspirited hustler in the State was in town Tues dayThe meeting of the Cocilian Club on Wednesday afternoon was held with Mrs G W Pickles and the following program was greatly enjoyed BOHEMIA- DusekSmetanaDOTak Roll CaflBohemaSFour HandsThe Bartered BrideSmeisnaM- rs Robert Bumam Miss Smith TaIk tIc trd Mora Mrs McLetlan Piano Potpourri The Bartered BrideSmetsra Mrs Hlddelton Current Events Miss Tribble Plano Sonata Dussek Mrs A R Burnam PianoLa Fllens R8 Miss Julia White Paper Remarkable Symphonies Mrs White Four HandsNew World SymphonyDvorakF- irst Movement Mrs Johnson Mrs Kellorc DvorakVoiceMrs Hanter Piano Vase HumoresqueDTOTSkMiss PianoSelected Seellne Mrs Scanlan Papei Pianists New and Old Miss Bennett Pianoli Were a BirdHOflSeItMa- rie Louise KeU- oggRichmond Has No saloonsSTwo hotels Four banks Few arrests Two garages Three dairies EIght dentists One gas plant Four tin shops Threo bakeries Adams express Two flour mills L N railway LArahlway Very few loafers Two city clccka Masonic Temple Two infirmaries Fine ice factory tour resturants Five poolrooms One racket store One car foundry Five drug stores Six barber shops W U Telegraph rhree shoe shops Four paint shops Good opera house Fine water works Fine fair grounds Four silversmiths Free mall delivery Two skating rinks Large stock yards One marble works Three newspaprs Seventeen lawyers Five meat markets Very few skinflints One bottling works Cigar manufactory Steam street roller Paid street cleaners U S District court Twelve fruit stores Thirteen physicians Two photographers Three planing mills Three lumber yards State Normal School Paid fire department 8000 splendid people Several wagon works Fine Catholic churchSFour hardware stores Eight clothing stores Six blacksmith shops Good omnibus service Two passenger depots 8000 baseball rooters Wholesale fruit house Only three policemen Two steam laundries Not enough dwellings Eight fraternal orders 1200 school boarders Superb female college Five soft drinkstands Two Baptist churches One Methodist church One Episcopal church Numerous contractors Four colored churches Three furniture stores A splendid court house Winning base ball club L A znacihneshopsS Eleven dry goods stores Fine electric Iteht plant Bell telephone exchange Fortythree automoblicsS Two Christian churches Two wholesale groceries Wholesale tobacco house Two white public schools One colored public school gospelCountless W Twentytwo grocery stoles Two moving picture shows Two Presbyterian churches Three daily mall deliveries 700 white children in school 1763 children of school age Several real estate agencies Energetic colored population 500 colored children in school Sixteen dally passenger trains Elegrant Government building Five trained fire department horses Double Stitch The sewing circle Meets each week pointBecause seek Savages to dress gownIThe neigbhors down g1jJBI5ALeMtN w L beet Mtemca YOUR work more 12 boars a day ej An adveriiiemest ef pApHworks w ke24 hois a day ej iiinioieholdt the ctla fIt talks better than he xgoet fluent a week Mkeiwui f No one UM e tieinite face 4 XXSULT ksIIgOdS 4 About the eeet Par ee than the R da 1Np- bI5hIS i P4 4 r ifiiI 1S OCU i 0 U n i Should FIT PROPERLY to Give Satisfactory D- UJ s iii- L i r Wear Our Overshoes Fit Largest Stock toji t SeIect FIta It It ItII j of 4 fi9i1 ft T1 7 j IfI- LI E- TIIIIJH1ce ArnoldI TRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE- Posthaste lie kicked oil his wet boots slid his tired feet Into a pair r carpet slippers lit his pipe sat down m the easy chair with a sigh of relief and declared that twenty thousand wild horses couldnt tpnlic him stir from the house till morningHenry remarked the lady with tho knitting needles you posted that letter I gave you this morning 1 sup pose I did my love ho answered un blushingly 4I asked ma to postpone her visit for awhile his wife went on You see Henry did see His wife saw too What she saw was the tired man Jump from his chair kick off his sUppers put on his boots and skip out Into the street as If rain was the very thing be liked wading through And when five minutes later Henry came back with a tale that hed just been to see how the thermometer outside the postofflce stood she smiled London Scraps Just Like Eves Apple A fruIt supposed to bear the mark of Eves teeth Is one of the many botan ical curiosities of Ceylon The tree on which It grows Is known by the sig nificant name of the forbidden fruit or Eves apple tree The blossom has a very pleasant scent but the real ly remarkable feature of the tree the one to which It owes Its name Is the fruit It Is beautiful and hangs from the tree In n peculiar manner Orange on the outside and deep crimson within each fruit has the appearance of having had a piece bitten out of It This fact together with its poisonous quality led the Mohammedans to rep resent It as the forbidden fruit of the garden of Eden and to warn men against Its noxious properties The mark upon tho fruit Is attributed to Eve Why the bite of Adam did not also leave its mark Is not known but as only one piece seems to be missing Its loss Is ascribed to the woman Constable Had the Evidence One of Philadelphias leading corporation lawyers was visiting In New England and returning home he told how be had been arrested there He had not bad n vacation for some years and getting into the country be pro ceeded to be a boy again lie struck n piece of country road and ran along for a half mile He found a fence and vaulted It He saw a tree and climbed It Finally he returned to the village Just as he struck the town a hand was laid on hit shoulder and a man said In a gruff voiceCome with me What for Inquired the other In amazement Im the constable and youre under arrest Ive been following you and I think youre crazy Philadelphia Times Cool Presence of Mind Debtor to shopgirl Its an outrage for your employer to have you present this bill here at the railroad station In the presence of nil these people Tell him Ill attend to the matter as soon as I get home And now give me a kiss so the people will think that you are a relative and have come to bid mo goodby Flicgende Blatter A Startling Statement New YorkMedical Authorities Claim Dyspepsia tobe a PreDisposing Cause- oi Consumption The post mortem statistics of the big New York hospitals show that some cases of consumption are due at least indirectly to unchecked dyspepsia especially when the victim was predis posed to tuberculosis Dyspepsia wears out the body and brain Tho weakened irritable stomach being unable to digest food thQ body does not receive the required nourishment and the victim becomes thin weak and haggard As a result the body becomes a fertile field in which the germs of disease may lodge and flourish Therefore tho person who permits dyspepsia to progress unhindered is guilty of contributing toward the devel opment of one of the most insidious and fatal disease known to mankind Dyspepsia may be completely eradicated if properly treated Wo sell a remedy that we positively guarantee will completely relieve indigestion or dyspepsia or the medicine used during the trial will cost the user nothing This remedy has been named Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets Certainly no offer could be Hjorji fair and our offer should bo proof positive that Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are gidependablo remedy ImwjBiwh Ils the medicine will cost you sotting if it does not benefit you we urge ypu who arc suffering with in desiiofi or dyspepsia to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets A 25cent box eeatliw enottf hjinedicfoe for fifteen days treat ment For chronic cases we have two- larger sizes SO cents aad f10ft K em br you on obtain Resell Htmttbt la Msbai4t7 M MK MM tPuIIy aThsIIS i I t iJ I When You Take Cold One way is to pay no attention to it at least not until it de velops into pneumonia or bronchitis or pleurisy An other way is to ask your doctor about Ayers Cherry Pec toral If he says The best thing for colds then take it Do as he says anyway AlJe ula our tonaulaa Web alcohol from our mwUclat wo urge yon to yourdoctor When the bowels are constipated poi onous substances are absorbed into the blood instead of bein daily removed from the body as nature intended Knowing this danger doctors always inquire about the condition of the bowels Ayers Pills- wed br the J C Ay rCo Lowtll MtM Doing Good Work The AntiSaloon League has been one of the most effective methods of fighting the liquor curse that has ever been em ployed says the Stanford Journal It is a union of Christian men and women of the Nation organized into an army of aggressive workers Each State has an organization an executive committee for the State with a State superintendent State President secretary treasurer etc Then the effort is made to have each county organized In most States there is an organ published which is a great power in the work The organi zation is nonpartisan It seeks to have men elected to office who are pledged to temperance legislation without regard to their party name The immediate object ot the organization is to restrict the sale of liquor and it has for its ultimate object the prohibition of both the sale and manufacture of liquors for beverage purposes Under the leader ship of this organization legislation fa vorable to temperance has been secured to a more or less extent in all the States and Territories of the Nation It works in harmony with all organizations which have the same end in view It therefore docs not claim all the honor for what has been accomplished in the past few years but it does claim to have been a most potent factor in these triumphs It is the largest and most effective organi zation at work today in the interest of true temperance There is room in it for every man and woman in the church or out of tho church who desires to see the Nation freed from the awful curse of rum Many Sick Horses An exchange says Complaints are rife of horses being sick of blind stag gers in various sections of the country Blind staggers is caused by feeding diseased corn too long to horses It is a disease akin to vertigo headache that finallykiils of apoplexy which ensues from poisonous congestion of the stomach Corn should be carefully selected for horses especially and the diet varied by liberal ration of oats and hay Mules are less liable injury from un wholesome corn than to horses and so are cattle But it pays to first call for sound corn and nub the points of each defective ear Feed sound corn and blind staggers cannot occur FARM FOR SALE Having decided to quit farming I will on the premises o- nWednesday Feb 16 10 at 1130 a m sell to the highest bidder if not sold privately before my farm of 103 58 acres in Jessamine county 2 12 miles north of Wilmore on Lexington and Harrodsburg pike This is a splendid farm and well watered Has on it a good frame dwelling of 10 rooms good stock barn 22x40 feet and all necessary out buildings 15 to 20 acres suitable for tobacco 70 acres for wheat Come and be shown over this farm Terms made known on day of sale or on application L H Ritchie Route 2 WIIMORE KY Public Sale promIsesmiles south of Waco on Friday Feb II 19 JO the following property tWojyearsoldoneyearold 1 splendid Haxhall filly coming jwoyearsold 1 combinedhorse Jpsso Cobb coming sixycarsold 1 com bined brood mare in foal to jack C nici shoats 1 strong twohorse wagon and haj frame 1 good spring wagon will earn 1500 pounds 2 turning plows set ol wagon harness 1 set of plow gear 2 gar den cultivators 1 good A harrow 1 cider mill 1 McCormick mower and othei farming implements Also 50 barrels ol corn in crib some sheaf oats and rye some fodder 1 buggy some poultry some meat and lard sorghum molasses vinegar household and Kitchen furni tureSale to begin at 10 oclock a m Terms made known on day of sale P F Adams srJesse Cobb Auctioneer Important Notice The 25000 laborers who haye organized for the purpose of cutting out the use of the Butchers High Priced Meats together with the poultry dealers are in condition to reach a satisfactory compromise through two men whose combin ed wealth is less than 1000000 Listen and be Benefited Cattle hogs sheep and poultry are rapidly heaping uj heavy incomes for their producers and are as equally effec tire in making paupers and crushing the laborer The in come from tobacco has gone skyward mules have gone uui of sight the supervisors have thought it wise to send taxe higher horses are too high What is the matter Is it right The above two menof less than 1000000 capita should furnish rebate from their line sufficient to offse all the extortionate prices they are paying for their meat and poultry These two men are willing to test the experiment for one year in rebating to every purchaser sufficient to cause him to realize that meat is not the only high priced article he has bOught Our rebates will come directly to purchasers who buy from us any price vehicle either tne Houghton Moyer or Columbus or from any of our medium goods ranging in price from 40 to 85 for a full leather rubber tire neatly finished top buggy or any buggy harness from a cheap set to the very finest with rolled lines and rolled bridle farm bridles col lars and pads halters hitch straps horse covers lap robes and storm aprous We carry the best rooting fox the price We have a first class buggy painter and trimmer We also have a first class horseshoer md repairer of engines and all kinds of machinery We guarantee all work and goods to be as represented Jo charge for repairing any work from ours QPs that is shown to be defective- Soucn use onr rebate if your beef has been top high and we will certainly appreciate your order Call up or come down Very respectfully Lackey 6c Colyer OfT i I Jt u i j i Thisis mark which is found on every bottle l of the genuine Scotts Emulsion the standard Cod Liver Oil preparation of the world Nothing equals it to build up the weak and wasted bodies of young and old FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send ICo name of paper and this ad for our beautiful Savings Bank and Childs SketchBook Lads bank contains a Good Luck Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl Su N Y Something Left When earths last doughnut is eaten And the crullers are twisted and dried When the oldest puddings have faded And the hungriest eaters have pied We need not rest from the boskage With nothing to grow but a bone For there will always be sausage And there will always be pone We are here to cater to the traae ot the town and country Citizens give s a trial J B SANDERS A Co 128 tf Phone 57 Torturing eczema spreads its burn ing area every day Uoand Ointment quickly stops its spreading in etantly relieves the itching cures it permanently At any drug store hood Coal Saves Money We handle the very best grades including the celebrated Rich Mountain JELLICO COAL and prices are just as low can be found anywhere We appreciate your order and guarantee full weight and satisfaction A trialSorder will convince you that onr coal is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere SI Hfrnm eLolC Phone J84 We Sympathize with the man of moderate income who has to support a growing family Our sympathy takes the practical form of selling the very Choicest Meats Provisions and Poultry at prices usually charged for common grades That this means a saving you can easily prove bySa trial order Choice meats are all nourishment CCULTON ESuccessor to Douglas Culton 31 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 125 ig Take a Good LookSat our Diamonds They are what the poet describes as gems of the purest ray serene And at present priccs they are a decidedly good investmentSWhy not buy a nice Belche ring It is like having money out at interest for they increase in value every year And think of the pleasure youll derive from wearing the ring while the stone gets more and more valuable- F1AINThe Woman Who signs The ChecksSis the woman who knows how reliable trustworthy and obliging the management of the State Bank Trust Co is We Lend Money on personal collateral and real estate security and are always ready and willSing to oblige depositors When you want your relatious to be perfectly satisfactory in your banking accounts try doing busSiness with this bank State Bank and Trust Company J 0 Richmond Kentucky = = ==X=====CLEARANCE SALE vivBeginingFebruary 24 r All articles on which we feel ourselves overstoektj will be t marked down to prices that will sell tham ft 8 day Iron Clocks worth 1000 Sale Prico v f floo t tBrasso raD 25i5Everythiigtunity to get goods of quality at baipui nrices P L E LANEBicWt bSiztl210MIn t p p t f C II C SSSSS- c T I I i iH rT r = Madison County Hardware Co1 h JS ii IIE1DQUARtrERS t oR Booking and Heating Stoves Farming Implements and Hardware of All Kinds GIVE THEM A CALLL T 2- L 1L S A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND DYSPEPSIsA GUARANTEED CURS for all diseases crcs a TOR PID LIVER Cnobcttlc purchased today nay esvo yc eiok epcll tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE DOTTLSrrrc CT T7I2 CTBALLAKD SNOW LINIMENT CO- 500S02 Norti Second Street S7 LOUIS P O IZId coczc1d PERRY THOMAS resl1denCiany time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which beneflsN tsviII rrtnnemnhr information regarding our special Farmers Line rn Ifat prasnut you are not enjlyinl telephone servlc we an immpdiatel MississippiLuiianaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated That Lame Back Means Kidney Disease And to Relieve the Lame and Aching Back You Must First Relieve the Kidneys There Is no question about that at allfor the lame and aching c back is caused by a diseased con dition of the kidneys and bladder It is only common sense any way that you must cure a condition by removing the cause of the con dition And lame and aching back ore not by any means the only cymptoms of derangement of the kidneys 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 and unnatural lassitude and wearl ness nervous irritabilitY heart ir regularity 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 meritorious remedy for any and all affections or diseased conditions of operatedirectlybeneficial 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 want every man and woman who have the 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 t For Sale by All Druggists l l George Englis- hPLUMBING l l 1 1Doctor forjI Gas and I Agents for JohnsonBest System of Water Works j I for country and suburban homes E Main Strr Phone 619 11210 RICHMONDKENTUCKYl+ Cash Storer The lady who never invested never discov r ed the truth We are now showing the t New Things of the Season i Superior Quality J Good Styles L vest Prices tt J Suitsi t ssesCapSt Corsets Etc1711t Fitting by Mrs Jaries Moore J B Walker i138 Second Street RkhiiodKy lllfJ q II UJ IlL W IIU u j C Shrflfts Sak FDr Tax es19O9OF Land andLTown Lots P B Broaidus exSberjfl of Madi son county Ky will often at Public Sale in front of the Ojurt House Dcor lu Kichn ond o- nMondayFeb7 19 JO betwferI Richmond White No J Bybea Mrs Melvina3 town lets 13 45 Bybee Gdn Bonnie Bvbee 1 town lot 6 60 flush Joe 1 town lot 11 70 Coats Will 1 town lot 5 95 Foster Mrs Emma It town lot 13 60 Harris MrsAt town lot 13 50 Hurst Mrs Millio town lot 7 75- HuracJnoII itown lot p 551 Janiian KcsaD town lot 29 85 2530McKiuneyMoore Roland S ltown lot 5 95 XeffJas II 1 town lot 18 70 fairish SD 2 town lots Ii 20 teed Isaac 1 town lot 7 10 Roberts Daniel town lot 8 25 Rayburn Vm Elooacoeshaud 24 20 Rock Jno W town let 2 35 fcotlJtinp F 1 iqwn lol 0135 retylor Pendleton 27 acres land 25 Todd W It 1 town lot 2030 brewer Torn B town lot Hi Aliite Jno D url town lot 19 25 j Ahiio Hush 1 townIpt 9 85 Fpxtown No2 White Forbes Henry 49 acres land 16 10 Gilbert Tin E nr I acre land 4 CO King SInn n r 48 acre land 7 15 JDflie Mrs Mary B 70 acres land 8 40 MIHon Jas II Adinr Susan Land SO acres laud 27 25 lubeits Chits acre land 8 JO livers Thos Hu r 242 acres land 00I 1tlof Mrs Sidney 75acresland 14 25 Woodmans Lodga No 1082 1 ao laud 4 05 Union No 3 White Dixon Will 15 acres land 10 05 flisle Will 40 acres land 10 10 Sexton AV W 30 nci sland 5 00 Elliston No 40 White Aicjcendor Irvine 80 acres land 6 30 Alexander Harvey 75 acres 6 30 Adams A W 10 acres land 630 Adams Haney4 acres land 4 80 Cox Hutdin 100 acres land 10 55 CainJas2aeresI 1005 Uisteol Lucas 30 acres lad 6 SO Carpenter M T ICOncres land S CO Cain Tho Son 20 acres land 4 G 1arpenter Peter 100 acres land 8 85 Center Dave 2 acres land Ii 05- Green Peter 100 acres land 190 Hall Jno W 80 acres laud 6 30 Hurst Albert town lot 850 Irvine Will 100 acres land 5 05 Isaacs Rebecca 50 acres land 5 90 Johnson AViilUarvoy n r1 acre land 465 Jackson Lewis CJ acrts land 8 6ij Ltiu Matilda 7 acres laud Ii 9 Likes 10111 40 acres land 5 nO Likes Curtis 25 ceres lund 015 L iket Fred S2 acres land i Limb Jas 20 acres land 445 L wis Polly 50 acres land 4 Qi Pweil Marcum 55 acres laud 555 Powell Jasper M 29 acres land 6 55 Portwood Sarah A 132 acres land 11 O Porlwood Marthas bra 25 acres land 335 Pitman J K 100 acres laud 19 45 Stevens It A 15 acres land 8 10 Todd W H 100 act es land 19 41 Turner John CO acres land 7 80 Wiakler Frank 26 acres land 6 10 Winkler Sinipson 2 town lots u 70 Youtij ilarpirot7 ncre land S 05 Young James 7 acres land 5 65 Yates No 5 White Asberry Jas II 25 acres land 5 05 Allen Mart 2 acres land 6 35 Abner J Tevis 2 acres land 4 80 Adkius Neal 10 acres land 5 00 Asbell Etta Ethel 1 townlot 7 15 Barrett Steve 50 acres land 5 05 Burnoll Lyman 30 acres land 7 50 Brewer John C 30 acres land 8 i5 Cornelison Jas L 337 acres land 61 40 Cha teen John 8 acres land 5 80 Coleman Dosliie 43 acres laud 4 65 Gates Lucinda 80 acres land 7 20 Gentry Darril W nr 5 acres land 4 65 Holloway Mrs E F 2 acres land 28O Johnson Schuyler 16 acres laud 7 25 Jones William II 2 acres land 8 35 Kaiu James 1 acre lard 3 05 Lamb John W 38 acres 630 Lalnliart Sjdney 15 acres land 4t5 Lainhart Mary 2 acres land 5 30 ManpinMrs Juan 17 acres land 5 90 McCormick E N 106 acres land 15 OS Mnrrell Will 17 acres land 6 80 AoweIlV R i acre land 445 Parles William D 20 acres land 7 80 Paynes Daniel 4 acres laud 4 50 Powell Will 50 acres land 6 15 Powell Hudson 1 acres land 4 45 PiJj William H 20 acres land 5 90 PritchettJJ 130 acres land 1695 Perkey Win acres land 5 65 Slivers JW 11 acres land 15C5- klnuerDnn30acres land 880 Turpiu Ilobert40 acres land 6 15 Turpin Willis 12 acres land 5 OS Vanwinklo has 18 acros land 6 25 Wilson Grenn 10 acres land 4 45 Waddle Dalt acres land 5 65 Yates Edna 150 acres land 11610 Glade No6 White Blazer John 1 acre land 10 10 flaker W T 2 acres land 8 85 Barclay Georce 1 acre land B 65 Barnell W J17 acres land GOO iarclay Mrs Mary 100 acres land 7 15 Uoyle U CO acres land 4 55 ombs HO 1 town lot 9 70 Combs SB 2 town lots 34 25 ookRB 1 town lot 13 75 Caldwell Horace CO acres land 6 30 J impbell Win J 12 acres land 2080 rtech John 7 acres land 10 So Coyle W D nr 75 Acres lau d 5 50 Dailey Winnie I town lot 7 20 Dizhey L M ni 70 acres land 7 75 Duncan Robert W H 50 acres 4 25 Eitson Robert 7 resJand 4 30 Fowler H II 10 aores land 5 05 Fowler H HI town Jot 6 95 owlerS J 1 town lot 1551 Golden II1 town lot 155l Gay Frank 07 acres land 650 Gay B ll20 acres land 0 30 1laIL V1 town ldt v Ifi 45 tudEon Dan EstmerSS acrealaBd r 2755 Hart Mrs Lizzie 5 acres land 12 75 Harrison W Tt 1 towa lot jg 45 HanisT J ii sores lunij 5li- Ulltter Qo ICtOfls i V lWi Jt4 t i ju130HazelKtrby tavldonl tows lot i5 80 IinvilieJ T 1 town lot 490 Lunsford Sam 15 acres laid 4 80 Logsden EtaHMLiW acre land 4 bi Martin Snean 27 acres laud 9 80 140oParks Richard 10 acres land 7 j5 Rutherford J 8 1 town lot a 25 Ramsey A P lOt acres land 20 20 Smith T M 5 acres land 18 90 Smith W D 1 town lot 880 StiRall James 1 town lot 9 90 Scrivuer J T 1 town lot n 80 tdkelWill 1 town lot 16 45 Stokely Hannah 94 acres land 14 30 Toad Joe E 19 acres land 4 30 Taylor Frank 13 acres land 755 Vanwinkle Bennett 18 acres laid 13 30 Vamchn Lewis F 27 acres land 800 Vanwinkle June m 1 town lot 13 OS Woosley Mrs Sallie 13 acres land 4 65 Wilson J C 2 town tots 11 45 Waddle W T 35 acres land 12 55 Wilson George 33 acres land 5 05 Watkins Thomas 1 town lot 6 25 Kirksville No7 White Hortons Heirs 30 acres land 5 Miller Will SO acres land 1975 Masters Klbert Crutch hugh 100 acres land 71 60 Potts H 0 Heirs 7 acres land 48 40 16HossSmith Nelson nr 7 acres land 3 00 Million No 8 White Adams Mary A 2 acres land 8 35 Argent Printing Co 1 town lot 530 Bryson D CI town lot 8 50 Bartou Woodscns Heirs 20 acres land 465 Burton Wllny 15 acres land 5 05 Conley Smiley 2 acres land 4 05 Clark F C 31 acres land 7 90 Fano Heirs 8 news land 3 35 Floyd Mrs Djshie 15 acres 3 85 Foster Robert 1 acre land 8 95 Howard Ambrose 1 town lot 4 70 Hughes Daniel 15 acres land 9 55 Hill Elizibeth 5 acres land 3 35 Hill Geo 121acres laud 10 90 Hughes Alonzos neirs 9 acres land 3 25 Howard Barbara 13 acres land 3 35 Ky River Poplar Co 6 acres land 10075 Land Salie 33 acrei laud 7 16 Lowery Irs Elizabeth 16 awes land 530 Lowery Wm Jr 1 acre land 4 40 Lowery w M jr 1 acre land 4 40 Moberly w A nr CO acres land 13 05 Murphy will loo acres land 10 05 Murphy Jno w 12 acres land SoS Quant Wm nr 1 town lot 4 65 Reufro Mrs Sallie nr Io4 acres land 1485 Renfro Win 12 acres land Sowers So J L 1 town lot 6 lo Taylor V minor 1 town lot 3 85 Fester Mrs Jas C 48 acres laud 9 So warren Boon 4 acres land 5 l5 whitaker Alice Heirs 12 acres land i 3 35 whitaker will 11 acres land 7 8J Richmond No I Colored Alford Eligah Heirs 1 town lot 5 35 Ballard Wince 1 town lot 4 SO Burnam Jno C nr 1 town lot 4 B5 Black Sallio town lot Bcjrgs 45 Harriett 1 town lot 3 15 Bronston Jake 1 town lot 4 80 Breck itcH 1 town lot 8 70 Burgin Martha Heirs 1 town lot 4 S5 Chambers Geo 1 acre land 4 45 Covington Sarah Heirs 1 town lot 4 35 Clay Susan 1 town lot 5 45 Clay Jerry 1 town lot 4 80 Crutchor Lizzie 1 town lot 3 75 Crai Malinda1 town lot 5 85 Chenault Tobe nr 1 town lot 4 85 Daniels Lucy 1 town lot 4 25 Embry Julia A 1 town lot 4 25 Estill Robt Int 1 town lot 3 15 Fife Mary E 1 town lot i 4 SO Fife Martha 3 town lots 8 3S Francis Dock 1 town lot 7 20 Hill Nathan 1 town lot s tl5 Henderson Dave 1 town lot 11 75 Hisle Andy 1 town lot 7 05 Haley Robt 1 town lot 9 40 Hill Wyatt town lot 4 85 Irvine Joe S 1 town lot C 50 I 0 0 F Lodge town lot 20 45 Jones Richard 2 town lots 5 45 Jackson Bettie Heirs 1 town lot 3 15 Jarman Robert Sr 1 town lot 6 55 Kelly Fred 1 town lot 0 55 Martin John nr 1 town lot 4 ao Moore Minnie Heirs 1 town lot 4 30 Munday Perry 1 town lot 3 10 Mason Millie 1 town lot 3 15 Martin Irvine 3 acres land 5 80 Muncy Sallio 1 town lot 3 15 Phelps Jennie 1 town lot 10 05 Phelps Sophie 1 town lot 4 30 Phelps Nannie 1 town lot 5 10 Palmer James Sr 1 town lot 7 05 Stone Minerva Heirs 1 town lot 3 75 Sherman Mary 1 town lot 4 85 Smith Pauline 1 town lot 105 Smith Ellen 1 town lot 3 75 Tovis Cassio 1 town loU 5 45 Turner Mary nr 1 town lot 3 15 T e Win 1 town lot 5 40 Walker Ed 1 town lot 7 90 Willis Al 1 town lot 5 95 Walker Toms Heirs 1 town lot 4 30 White Narcis 1 town lot 5 45 Wingfleld Millie 1 town lot 5 45 White Rollie 1 town tot 4 85 White Rose 1 town lot 3 15 White Sarah 1 town lot 3 15 WillisXSzzio 1 town lot 5 45 Walker Elms 1 town lot 4 85 Yates Margaret 1 town lot 545 Yates Hattie 1 town lot 3 75 Foxtown No 2 Colored 15IChenault David 7 acres land 0 35 Chenault Charles 7 acres land 025 Chenault Letcher 6 aires land 6 25 Chenault non 5 acres land 0 1O Chenault Elizabeth 2 acres land 640 Chennult Cy 15 acres latd 875 Fox Robt 35 acresland 1205 Harris Smith 20 acres land G55 Smith Joe 2 acres land 50Shearer Juke 7 acres land 075 Shearer Jack 7 acres land 565 Taylor Lyman 1 town lot 550 Taylor Susan 3 acres land 315 Walker Caroline acres land 980 White Robt 5 acres land 675 Williams Rolius 1 acre land 505 Union No 3 Colored Brock John 8 acres land 505 Chenault Jane 0 acres land 365 Daniels Will 53 acres land 1160 Fox Mark 3 acres land 565 Grubbs Will 2 acres land 440 Gentry Mattie 1 acre land U25 linn Abe nr 9 acres land 385 KavanaughJimacrcs1and 720 Morgan Albert 8 acres land 815 Stone Cy 8 acres land 505 Elliston No 4 Colored Bates Stove 3 acres land 115 Bates Stove heirs 18 acres land 1 65 Covington Jno A 2 acres laud 5 50 Cobb Calo 1 acre land 440 Collins Howard 26 acres land 675 Dunson Lucy 35 acres land 3 35 Ellison Andy 25 acres land 6 Howard 1 acre land 315 Gilbert Lewis 25 acres land 005 Harris Ernily 37 acres land 4 65 Irvine Kit 4 acres land 4 40 J13QXeV1IlanOldham Harrietts acres land 335 OldhamV Mary 10 acres land 135 Parks May 24 acres land 8 70 Robinson EMIT acres land S 15 Royston Angolines heirs 20 acres 4 40 Todd Andy 82 acres land 9 00 Yates Taylor 10 acres laud 6 t5 Yates No 5 Colored Barclay Wm 2 acres land 395 Collins J onrl acre land 335 Conloy Eliza 2 aclpslandr 255- CornelbOn Leonard 4 acres laiid 140 Gnnvplbon Ed I acre land 505 0hntltNsUtI crcs land fiSO m lIlJlntfN rlI Jn4 18q 0I Easley Tom 0 acres land 675 Fitzpatrick Fjank 4 acres land 565- MudayrBock 30 acrCland 903 MaUpinChaHes3 crQ land 505 Stone Jako nr 37 acres land 8t45 Glade No 6 Colored BpgleLuclnda 14 aprds land 405 BurdettJT23acresland 880 BaxterArthnr15 acres land 505 Bennett Darcus I acre land 335 Bennett Mary J 1 acre land 4C5 Bronaugh Nancy 9 acres land 335 Burnam Julia 3 acres land 465 Burnam Chas 7 acres land 755 Ballard Fred 1 aero laud 550 Brooks Charleston 13 acres land 1325 Ballow Mnthow Sr 53 acres land 900 Best Elizas hrs 13 acres land 375 405IBoggs980GorneilisonChenault Bed 1 aero land 480 Cigar William 3 acres land 480 Campbell Alonzo 1 acre land 440 575FarrisFarris William 1 acre land 405 1770Fife405FifeFrancis Sam 1 acre laud 505 565Gentry 4tOIIIlIMoran Ed 2 town lots 1635 420Martin 85MoranMason Frank Tccres landj80 90Miller55Pliolpi 80P7QRoseu 95Shearer00Shearer 05Stone625Tnibblo 40Walkor85WilmoroS11lioWihnore Geo 7 acres land S 55 n5WalkerWhite Peter 9 acres land 5 75 70Warner75WalkerKirksville No 7 Colored Embry Wyatfs hrs S iI 8 45 Haynes Caroline 75 acres land 26 40 Million Cynda 4 acres land 4 05 Merrill Green 5 acres land 0 75 Miller Lon 2 acres land 5 05 Smith Pago 2 acres land 5 05 Million No8 Colored Alverson Arch 1 acre land 3 95 Creed Vica town lot 5 05 Clay Madison 1 town lot 5 05 Finn Green 1 town lot 610 Munday Alice 1 town lot 3 60 Munday Richard town lot 4 80 Munday Scott 1 town lot 4 55 Willis Ike 1 acre land 4 40 Warner Irvine 1 acre land 3 95 Warner SaUte 4 acres land t 3 35 For Sale Privately Since the death of my father who at tendeil to our jack stock I find I can not give them the attention they should have and attend to my office rwill therefore sell privately the following stock nino Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years old All wen bred 6 ready for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from 1 colt to aged jennet well bred5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Call on or ad dress mo at Richmond Ky l5tf Ror C WHITE t+ +++ +++ I Lad Slack rj t444 444 + ++4 + +++ +Eggs are selling at liSa per dozen in Danville rDTuc er bought in Boyka carload of hogs at 7 12 to 8 ceiits G Nat Pattit sold to Charies F Winslow his 217acro farm in Fayette county on the Georgetown piG for 51500- 0Twentyfour of the 74 of fine tiolstcin cows bought for the Asylum at Lexington had to be killed on account of tuber colosis The Hartman Stock Farm Co Colum bus Ohio arc said to have tho lagest herd of Jerseys in the world It is stated that they liavo overlive hundred head all tuberculin tested Bert McClintock of the firm or Peed McClintock of Millersburg bought in Montgomery county this week thirty head of mules paying from 175 to 240 Ahead Thityftye thousand acres of valuable lands near Mad isoavUirimv been pur chased by Eastern capitniih oa about 810 an acre Thewheat growers Kentucky aro high ly elated over the many snows of this winter and say that they havethobright cst outlook for a large crop next summer that they have had for several years There is no danger overstocking the dairy cows market so long as the system atlo robbing of the herds by the disposal of the continues When cows soB for from 50 to 70 aLpublic sales it seems like folly to hurry off the calves for a few dollars a head There were about 250 cattle on the Lancaster market court day and tho demand ivas good Light yearlings sold at at 4 12 heifers 3 34 to Ic B Jlcber stuff was brisk at 3 to3 3Ic Mulos wore in great demand and sold nt175 to 8225 Laxative for- WomeN Free There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative should be put Tablets and pills salts eta arc usually violent purgatives or ppwpLuA woman nt alt times needs only a mild laxative In fact nono other is needed by anyone week or strong though they may be fox the object fs simply to move the bowels and if a gentle laxative will do it what is the use of a violent oneDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin has earned a welldeserved vogue among women and children and old folks who must necessarily be careful of what they take It 18D liquid laxative tonic and ad mittedly the greatest stomach liver and bowel remedy before the American people The price is 50 cents or St a bottle as it comes in both sizes and all drug gists sell It Its pleasant taste and gentle action make it an ideal remedy for women in constipation torpid liver sour stom ach sick headache heartburn and such like digestive complaints Its usa for a short time will remove tho trouble en tirely so that future medication will be unnecessary Its tonic properties buildup the stomach and intestinal muscles sp that they act naturally again That this is so is the experience of many heads orI families Iffce Mrs Brannan of Alvarado Va Mrs K L Stout of LouisvUls Ky and numerous others in fact way out Williams Catas Mrs J E Blackmon of that place writes the whole town aeemr te be using itIIf the remedy Is new to you sad want toke a trial of ItJJefore burtng- IItnd yow name to the doctors aMreM as below anda free test botUowill be senC you Then if results are satlsfaeteor you can buy it of your druggist If there h anything beat yourlUmeat that yotnlomt understand or if you want iny mekUcal advice writs to the doctor and he will fully There- To charge for th18servle- erlheacWressts Dr WJB I Montkl1Q l1L l TOCrtJ tJJMAr 2 tJc o IJ Ii WomenOnlyKhewl What a Heap of Happiness It Would Bring to Rich mond Homes Hard lo do honsswork with aaach IIIR back Brings you honrj of misery at leisure or at work If women only knew the calico Fiat Backaciio pains comes from kid noysIwotild save much needlefs woe Dojuiu Kidney Piil j cuio sick kid Leys Many residents of this vicinity end rse thetaINelson Richmond Ave Mt IlUra Ky says I can ctriatnly Kidney Pills iny hiKlieai endorsement They have proven of great benefit lo me and 1 believe that if I hal imeJ them I would be in poor balih today I was nearly diven wild on account of n constant ache In lilY back I felt tired and worn out aid ilie least liiiiiK worried me Ial jti sufFered trout liervouse headache cjiiice nsiiijj UoauV kidney Pins 1 fret like a different womao I take rhilremedy whenever 1 feel n slIght return of the trouble and it never fails to give mo prompt relief For sale by all dealers Price 50 cs FcsterMIIbum Co Bullalo New York sole agents fortheUnited States Remeinher the name Doaus and take no other j 1m The Mt Sterling Gazette reports the sale of Jas Lockridgc of that county as follows Milch cow anti calf 5100 dry cow 810 chickens 12 cents per pound turkey 24 cents a pound corn in Hold 315 to 230 per barrel fodder SO cents per shock hams 20 cents per pound sides IS cents shoulders 14 cents and lard 14 to 10 cents Tho prices real ized for farm products were amazing Kidney disease is a dantrarcns ailment You tever dlltya moment to take some goo leliablc iUpondab remedy In such cases we recommend UeWitts K aLd Bladder Pills These wondfllfuipille are being used by thousands of people daily with fine results UIIIV are for weak kidneys wepkback backache Inflammation of the badd f and a11 urinary disorders fold by All Druggists f 1m A rest farm for incapacitated horses is what tho Kentucky Humane Society hopes to accomplish in the near future It is planned to purchase or lease a piece of property not far from the city limits of Louisville and here send all horses unfit for work either on account of ago or disease A skilled vetinarian will be employed by the society and the curability of the animal will be passed on and their treatment directed The famous little liver pills are De Witta Little Early Risers They ate sale sure gentle anti casv to lake When you ask for Dattitls Catbolz d Witch Hazel Salve refuse to accept a substitute or imitation DeWitt a jar bolzed Witch IIfz1 Salve is good for anyhirg when you need a salve and it is especially good for piles Sold by Al Druggists Mm T W Duckworth bought ten mules from J B Rubles of Garrard county at 190 pcrhead Mr Duckworth fold two pair of mules at 8425 and 875 Otis Blackeman sold to A H Jewell a pair of mules to at 375 also a a pair of mules to the Blue Grass Stock- Yards Lexington at 250Jcssamine News A Safeguard To Children Oar twi children oi six and eight years have been since infancy subjci to colds and cioup About thiee yeats sac I started to use Folevs Honey and Tar and It rUB naver failed to prevent antI cute thtse troubles it is the onlv medicine IIao get the chuidrenio take withour a rciw The abqve f om W C Ornstfin Green Bay Vis duplicates he experience of thousands of other users of Foleys Honey and Tar It cures cousliK colds and troupe and prevHiits Iironrhitis and pneumonia Sold by Stockton and fcpn flm The racing secret arj in Now York says the coming season will bo a profitable one to horsemen Last year 1012800 was handed out to owners For 1010 it is estimated that tho sum will reach Sl 485000 There is to be a large increase in tile number of racing days and the Brighton Beach track will again enter the Held and will distribute about 100 000 To feel stiong have good appetite and digestion sleep soundly and et jIY life use Burdock Blood Bitters the great system tonic and builder flm William K Vanderbilt will have a powerful racing stablo in Franco again this year anti expocts lo carry olf the- leading turf honors The list ot his horses just announced in Now York includes thirty twoyearolds thirteen threeyearolds and seven fouryearolds rilcUIcl I cSerlteh1 Scratch Scratch The more von snatch time worse the Itch Try Doaus Ointment It ctiies piles eczema any skfii itch Ins All druggists sell i f 1m Money to Loan ori Good Farm- Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Life In rurance 0 will lean inoneyt45 per ont interest on good impr xewl fartnj lands on Wort Race IfIApply to J C ChonauH AttyI G9f Riclimoud Ky SoundCity Paints may ost a iriyn more uutI Stockton Ia- izkts 21or i nVlilgjoqr wheatand c rriv rOT cx ehiage to the new mill Phone 57 12itf J u Stmidjra C Splendid pinriQ to bo givennwatNor mnl City tunilry You havt chi cif willi every order for work 3tv t PublIC s IeT Ol Farm and Stock rAs administrator of the estate of Irvine Azbill will on Saturday TeE 5 19IF cat 10 qclock anon the premises on Irvine plo near the lake offcrat plrtjlic sale t1ifl following property 18 Acres of Good Land Ajotpf haytorn and oats 1 rubber Lire buggy 1 potpp buggy f onehorse farm wagon 3 sets harness farming JoolSl bausehpjd nod kitchen furniture and many other articles At samo time and place will sell the Riie 3thlion Verdict lgrayiarejl harness mitT 1 mule This m4uck Is e cepUonnlly ppodtho til1ion being Qllqof the bostknownamm- iln Central Kentucky i Terms made knWfi on day pfrasiltt ij JMV AzbiU A ii 1t t Iti 0 ri t I time Newest and Latest plain Youtur anti Men fancy NoetI Iumislilngs kind patterns others plainthe right fit nie C Gentrysestate we will Feb 9 at 10 oclock a m on the Union pike 5 miles froin Richmond near Union City sell to the highest bid der the following personal property 1 good family horse 1 good brood mare 1 twoyearold filly 1 yearling filly 2 cows and 2 calves 1 good work mule 1 rubber tirtfbuggy good as now 1 notop buggy Buggy harness 1 mowing machine 1 farm wagon 1 corn suoller 1 organ household and kitchen furniture and other articles Terms made known on day of sale Archie Dunn Butler Dunn j Admrs Baby Hands will get into mischief often it fmonns a burn or cut or scald Annjy Mal lards Snow Liniment just as soon as the accident happens and this pain will be relieved while the wound will heal quickly and nicely A sure cure fur sprains Rheumatism and all pains James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or anv thing else jn the Real Estate linei Any business intrusted t him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if services are need ed Our clothes cost no more Comeletgation to buy our pleas todDyComecreetinjf awaits you at i8OQ t i c c Character in- CLOTHES 4 IcndiCbaiiCttr tc Mtn Are You Satisfied with the way you or do yon Progressismore noticeable than in our Oothes BECOMING are an to the good opinion of If on business or social nilasionifI aNerchantClothesbeortnenhance your value Increase your abilityIfortunesfavoritestryund we will stoke our a lifesmonument of earnest endeavorthat the willforeverto yourself to await and seek the first od producedbyMaster Tailors and Designers SCHLOSS BROS CO I- of Baltimore and York On Sale Here bySchlossand set the fashion in of the day they give the wearer the charm strength and confidence of uncommonly welldressed We a splendid showing of all the new There are Suits Day and Evening Dress Suits and Overcoats and Raincoats hand garments that are made in the finestpossible way You must come In anil try oneof these and you will then rclize the difference between these and the ordinary clothes of the shops Sh W D RICHMOND KENTUCKY PublicSaleAs onWednesday bylorry IiondOLDHAMCO A Great Success Our Clearance Sale has the most successful and satisfactory we ever held In fact we are so well pleased that we decided 1 To Let Goods Go Sacrifice Prices fr while longer You the highclass goods we handle you we only genuine bargains so come quickly and sup ply yourself you can get advantage of our special sale prices N V WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Et- cUeo0 mmnsclFormerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over J E Sexton Phone J 73 All Kinds ot Pressing Gleaning RepairIngISatisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited CUT PRICE 1 SaleWa moved to our new quarteas and find we need all the room we can get for our Spring Stock which is already beginning to come in We are now offering our entire Winter Suits and Overcoats at 1= 4 Off is deep cut for nice new stock all and bright colors no old ones to you no out of style goods but in style and colors but low in price Mens Suits and Overcoats 2500 now 1875 2000 now 1300 now I 1350 15100 now i 250npw 925 1000 now 750 Iswhat look nowhere CLOTHES entree others no matter reputation New Only advance supreme have styles Business tailored on jrarmcnts been have have at a know know offer while have stock This a fresh offer new 1125 STYLISH being Boys Suits 1000 now 750 800 now G OO GQO now 0450 bOOnowI 375 4OOnow3003OOnow Winter Pats Underwear Hats Cps Heavy Shoes are greatly reduced in price We mean to sell them outwe need both room and cash and l will give you more for your cash than any clothier HASH ROOM GASP ROOM This js the feature of this great sale a Special Notice to Ladies sVfe wish to call ypur attention to the fact that we have just received a line of the celebrat ed SilKid Shoes for women and are now ready to supply your wants in footwear All pf durabilitrTheyIithe SilKid Shoes and try a paiivis all we ask Prises from P Cp A b Yhr e loyalHOME OF GOOD CLOTHES F J S STAN I PER PROP JgfrSe p a Mt RICHMOND q ti cO j y JIIp f i s j k u ri v IIttI 11 nfm l MMmmmmm 111111111111 0 S S q S S S S 0 S S SS S S S S S Ii t 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liberality in the treatment of our pat rons Let us demonstrate how well we can serve you E L WOODS President 0 FISH Vice President G KEMPER Cabhier East End MillsJ B Sanders Co Props Richmond Kentucky Weare in the market for Wheat and Corn at the highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times Flour Meal Shipstuff Ghicken Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour We make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn to accomodate the far mers trade Our MottoistLive and Let Live Give us chance and watch us grow J B Sanders GoLocated nt R R Crossing on Irvine Street Pohne 57 Richmond Kentucky Why Suffer Ire you one of the thousands of women xvho suffer from female ailments If so dont be discouraged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of useDuringremedyfordependedTake CARD U I I It Will Help You Siewritee Iwouldmedicine Try Cardui r v AT ALL DEW STORS5 L aIL ji 1 IIllllffillIII llhiI1iKflTffl The Best 5 S 5 i 5 5 S 5S5 5I5 Art Goods Hosiery s UnderwearCorsets 5- i Linens FlannelsTowels Wash Fabrics Sheetings Muslins Curtains Portiers Felt I 5 Draperies Parasols Umbrellas Carpets MattingsaClothing 5 5 Stationery Toys Perfumery Brushes and a Complete 5Bazaar5- SSS SI McCall 5 Patterns 5 5 JO and J5c None Higher 5 I 1SI5 S S S S S S Se S S S e S a r W W a a iJ 5 5 5IS 5 Se 5 Dont get the idea into youi mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building Material luiiiHiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiu Come in and letus convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will endand your wants be satisfactorliy filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 NearLBepot New New NewI have justopened a large and handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Paperin the Schlcgel building on Third street and cordiall invite an in spection of same Wo are prepared to do FIRST CLASS PAPER HANGING on shortest notice and in tho best manner Will appreciate a call Remember this paper is in stock and can be done promptly WOLOLBJBDS House Painting Decoratstig Etc Attractive Printing Draws Trade Let Us Do Yours We Can Please Groceries5 ATT- IIELoWest Prices may always be found at cur store We handle the best goods on the market ab solutely pure and Fresh New Clean theStaplestritl order will satisfy you that FQ strive to please Your patronage appreciated 0c JAMES BPARKESTORE Ilhone t24 FIRS STREET yT r T tfu the Richmond Climax wtEI efl IIIIII if THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO InlorporatedI A D LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Hpkro PRESS and PUBUSI lEAGUE cBICE 100 PER YEAB- flADVMCE WEDNESDAY FEB 2 1010 FOR CONGRESS AVe are authorized to announce lion HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county a candidate to succeed himself Iii Congress from this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party Temples of Siam Once a year all the Buddhist temples in Slam are visited by the king or his deputies bearing the phra kathln yellow robes In conformity with an an dent custom by which the priests were made to seek their apparel for the en suing year During the lifetime of Buddha monks and priests were sent out to beg for old castoff garments which were afterward dyed yellow and patched together to form the required robes This ancient mendicant custom gradually gave place to the present one ot making the garments from a new cloth of a bright canary yellow provided by joint contributions of king princes nobles and commoners When the king goes In the royal throne barge to present the robes In person he does so with great pomp and ceremony The priestly garments folded in bundles are carried to the door of the temple to await the appearance of his majesty and his suit The king on arriving takes a priestly robe and places it on a decorated altar The chief priest then lays his hands on the garment and chants an acknowledg ment Wide World Magazine Won by His Wit A story is told of an English clergy man who owed his appointment to a rich living to a lucky pun lie was tutor to the son of a nobleman and had not long taken orders when he attended the funeral of the rector of the parish In yVhlck the noblemans seat was situated The father of his pupil was patron of the living and was also present at the funeral of the deceased rector There was a young clergyman present also whose grief was so demonstrative that the noble patron was much affected by the sight and asked If the young man was a son of the deceased gentleman Oh dear no my lordno relation at all said the tutor No relation exclaimed the nobleman In a surprised tone None my lord He is the curate and I think he is not weeping for the dead but for the living His lordship who was something of a wit and a cynic himself was so delighted with the bonmot that he con ferred the living upon the ready pun ster Through a Big Telescope The first look through a great telescope Is disappointing but the novice soons sees that the tint appearance which the heavens present to the naked eye is replaced by a curious con cavity tile moon and stars seem to be hung in space rather than spread out on a Slat surface For a moment one feels at the telescope like a child watching the swift moving balls kept in the nil by a juggler and expecting to see one of those great bright bodies fall Then conies the thought What keeps them there apparently suspend edln space with absolutely nothing to hold them firm The explanation of the learned astronomer causes the brain of the layman to whirl and he sees himself perhaps for the first time as a child gathering pebbles on the great shores of the sea of knowl edge or as an Infant in the night an Infant crying for the light and with no language but a cry National Maga zinc i The New Hen Of the late Atherton Blight one of the founders of fashionable Newport a Philadelphian said 4air Blight was amused by the an tics of the militant suffragettes At a luncheon at the Bellevue he once sat next to a lady with suffragette notions Plovers eggs hard boiled formed one course and the lady called Mr Blights attention to the high cost of plovers eggs that year Even though she said they have to be shipped from England 1 dont see why their price should have nearly doubled do you Wellernot exactly murmured Mr Blight though they do say the hen plovers have taken to acting very oddly of late strutting around and growing topknots and spurs and even trying to learn to crow Exchange Court Dress cf Laureate Tennysons court dress when he received the laureateship did not cost him much for it was the same court dress worn by Wordsworth who in turn had it from the old poet Rogers and it Is still In the Wordsworth fam ily It Is a wonder how Tennyson and Wordsworth got into It for Rogers was a little fellow Tennyson had no pas sion for courts and so ho went In second hand to save costNew York Press Hot Air Rates Bcnham I wish you wuldnt use the telephone so much for out of town calls Mrs Benham 1 like to talk to moth orBenhamThats what I object to Im tired of paying gas bills Nev York Press A Careless Man Father Why have you quarreled with Harry Daughter Because tie proposed to me last night Father Woll there was no harm in thatwas there Daughter But I had accepted him the night before Illustrated Bits Perseverance Perseverance Is more prevailing than violence and many things which cannot be overcome when they ere together yield themselves up when taken little by little s Strict Obedience Salcsri1nShIrt sir Will you have a ncgllgeacr a stiff besom Customer NCgllgce I guess The doctor said I must ovoid starchy thingsBostou Transorlpr Good hard American dol lars grow OB the advertising tree I TI3 PAFE GETS AD JIIJLfl I FSULT3 UING DOiLAU I 2 fI IfI oi Lumber For Sale 9 Banr bills anti all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVE WTHicxs tf Richmond Ky For Rent In the John G Taylor building two elegant office rooms either single or en suite Warehouse on Orchard St and L and N Railroad Phone 292 Colby II Taylor The RicHe Steam Latiadry at your service Call or ring 52 Dissolution Notice IThe firm of Douglas Culton has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Douglas retiring from the firm Those indebted to the firm are requested to call and settle those having claims will kindly present same at office for pay ment j4t W H DOUGLAS C C COLTON Eggs Wanted If you want eggs give your fowls a few doses ot Bourbon Egg Producer and watch them lava This preparation acts gently on the fowls digestive and el producing organs and makes them lay amazingly Try it and see Sold by Perry Thomas Strayed 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 about 2 miles from Kirksville HENRY WHITE Farmers Take Noticel Epidemics come in the Fall and Springand every year thousands of farmers lose their hogs Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy is the only known cure and preventive for hog cholera Afew doses now maysave the loss of your entire herd Sold by Perry Thomas a Is your proporty insuredagainst fireI Better see Breck and Smith and take a policy j122m Farm For Sale Have just listed for immediate sale possession to bo given March the first farm of one hundred and ninetyfive acres located in Fayetto county eight miles from Lexington on first class pikeLAND Mostly all love one hundred and ten acres in cultivation forty in good grass forty irj clover wellwatered by everlasting springs and ponds Fencing is first class nowIMPROVEMENTS Twostory eightroom brick house large stock barn good large 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 11 F D and telephone line PRICE 2200000 Terms Five thousand cash Re mainder one to five years deferred pay meats to bear six per cent I can show the farm any day J T FERR1ELL Real Estate Agent Richmond K- yRailway Mail Clerks Wanted The Government pays Railway- Mall Clerks 303 to 1200 and other employees up to 2500 annuallyUncle will hold spring examina tions throughout the country for Railway Mail Clerks Custom House Clerks Stenographers Bookkeepers Depart mental Clerks and other Government Positions Thousands of appointments will bo made Any man or woman over 18 in City or Country can get Instruc tion and free information by writing at once to the Bureau of Instruction 340 6 Ilnmlin Building Rosherter N Y- UBLIc LAND SALE As agent for the White heirs I will sell to the highest and best bidder on the premises 5 miles south oCR ichmol1dand 14 mile from Caleast 011 the Silver Creek and Menelaus turnpike o- nThursday Feb 10 1910 at 10 oclock A M 73 8110 Acres of Land owned by the late Wm H White This land is all in blue grass hisnotbeen 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 Sli- mtnonsJames B White Jas Butner and C C Coy TERMS Onethird cash one third in twelve months one third in two years with lieu retained oh land at 6 per cent interestuntil purchase money is paid Possession given on dayofsale John D White Ag- t7HITESo Cream Vermifuge THE WAMOTEEB WORM REMEDY THE CHHUIWE If FAVMITE TwMt- EfWjilF OF MITATI54 THt CCNUIKC pncAftgs WWT I- TNaILsqSiqow LhIMt o1 ovzaio- Jr f old f p f 1 o o i tf 1 1395if 99TheSEWING MACHINE I Has a complete set of steel attachments hardened bearing a jlat tension needle bar take up self setting needle a large bobbin selfthreading shuttle a pelt retainer automatic bobbin winder and an instruction book that is very easy to understand It is the very best machine that you can buy at the price Ten years guarantee against all defects in material and workmanship Makes a Valuable New Years Present for your Wife LUMAN AND HIGGINS HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTUCKY We are Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies for all Machines Notice I will stand mv red boar hog at my home on Big Hill Avenue at SlOO Money due at time of service- I have some nice young hoarse big enough for service for sale 12 8im Wm B Turley Try Mary Patent Flour fiom the New Mill in town Phone 57 128tt J B Sanders Co HCDOTYSURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Gener Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City Ky A STJXiTi VANr ArroaNnYATLAi 3K3HMOND KENTUCKY Jfflce over State Bank A Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephon j 267 Office in Oldham Building JGBOSLEYPhyicin OfflceoverStonifcrSopersloons2aud3 Maui Street RICHMOND Office Phone Res Phone 210 Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSATLAW UCHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burcin De- nnyDENTIST Orer State BanE tTrust Company TELEPHONE 296 4arryM Blanton DENTIST ffOKce ID Bennett Boiain Ju11 tEPuONE 156 rJJ Qu 1 otIJ Q tctL FRESH OYSTERS IGOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco Corner Main and SeconllRICHMONp KY 11 I nn 1 rn FRESH OYSTERS M WInESIn the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats Etc Be sure and call me over phone before as I can save you money N0 WILDESTELEPHONESG3 203 Eatill Avenue RICHMOND KY Penny Photos ZO for 25 Cents Positions The Schlegel Studio January and February Only so COME NOW McGaughey Moberley Homes Are no selling Four The Best Bungalows See Our Plans We Furnish theMaterial To Build Them KindsLumber Doors Sash Flinloid and 2ply Felt Roofing ToddEdwards Lumber Co Phone 100Corner Main Orchard Richmond Ky Sterling t Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Bench Tailored Ready to I Wear Guaranteed not to t b Shrink or Fade 3 f 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from S Fine Line New S- tyleHatsT and Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas II etcat lowest prices for high class goods i jI B StoufferOstEstbHshed Clothing and Tailoring Houte in Richmond T j t i 0 l r I c R- iiu rTd i l Compare Our Metallic Beds with the old style wooden affairs and youll not wonder why so many people are discard ing the former arid buying the the latter Our metallic beds are ornamental as well as use ful The set a room off splendidly Come and pck out one of any design sizeand priceI you please We can suit you in all BENNETTand HIGGINS UNDERTAKING If you are not at all skeptical ik any of our many justIand theyll quickly tell you wo always hare on hand We carefully screen it before bc f re 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 ours is a little better than you have been eettlnjr elsewhere and possiblyless Fall Weight or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out 13 watt your goods to bring ttf yare worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky to con luct your sale His ctiurjres are reasonable The Richmond Steam Laandrj at your service Call or ring 52 Iyr Breck Smith represent the mosi reliable insurance companies a n c will be glad to explain their policies j122m You can depend upon our work being satisfactory in every way Save for us rf5 get a chance on the piano Normality Laundry 3u For Rent For Tobacco jffen acres first class Isnd Apply ZiiuS Mill 2t Right now is the most dangerour times for fires Protect yourself against loss by having Breck Smith plac jlU in a reliable company j122m Dr Pennington Dentist specialist Regulating teeth treating pirea Porcelain Gold inlays Oftlcr next door to Government building tf faken up as Estray fame to my farm near Round Hill in January heifer weighing about 50t pounds Owner can have same byprov ing property and paying charges fl2t J E Reagan Jr Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butchei cattle and large and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or goo early springers Also good last year lambs and good butcher hogs Tel phone 481 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky J12tf Telephone Neck An exchange warns ladies to beware of the telephone neck It is duo tc long standing at the telephone with th- eI receiver at the left ear causing an voluntary leaning of the head to ono side Its more noticeable in those living on rural party lines and surgeons declare the result is liable to be a crookedneck generation in the near future Of course no ladies on the lines about hero arc liable to contract the new disease Filthy Habit It Is regretted that so many people for get and expectorate upon the sidewalks The Climax is satisfied that people would not do this if they would only think a moment before depositing thtf- ilth where persons are compelled to walk There should be a law against this though the police do not feel likes yanking some good fellow into court for committing the offense Kemewber that you are committing a great offense when you spit upon the pavements FarleyMarcli are now selling Hats at Cost u I Around Town j County court next Monday Bsgin to plan painting your house Fine pneumonia weather Be careful Good morning Have you joined the meat boycott Read What Richmond Has in an other column Hogs are very scare and prices remain up in the clouds A special dinner court day for 21 cents at Buckets 137 First street The doctors report much sickness in the county mostly colds however Mt Sterling has a new depot and has proud as a hen with one chicken Local fish dealers also favor the meal boycott Better a dinner of herbs etcThe tobacco hogs had better stcei clear of the court house to do their spit ting La grippe is all the fad just now and unless you are sneezing youre not up todate This is fine pneumonia weather Thi doctors advise that the people bo verj carefuL Best work prompt delivery Norma City Laundry Got in on the plant contest 3U The Valley View Argent came oul with ten pages last issue Good foi Brer Sowers Senator Bradley has recommendeif Bryant Newby as postmaster at Whit lock this county The BrownProctoria hotel at Win chester was turned down on applica don for saloon license Saturday was the prettiest day since the ball season closed truthfully remarked a fan yesterday Wednesday nights fire was the first in many weeks which speaks well foi the carefulness of our people When you start to town Monday slip in extra dollar into your jeans to paj your subscription to The Climax Lexington has asked for its race meet ing dates April 30 to May 7 inclusive The parimutuel betting machines will e used At last meeting Richmond lodge F A M worked in the third degree There is something to do at nearly every neeting Several mule buyers have been in tichmond recently but few have been ought The demand is better than ivcr before Two of the fire horses have beei ick for several days but the careful at ention given has brought them around ill right The trial of Clias Fortnor for killing 3aggard has been set for February 10 The case was changed to this court from Jlark county Bert Azbill who was fined fifty dol irs for alleged illegal practice of dentistry escaped from the workhouse and is still at large Puplicspirited owners of property vill paint their houses in the Spring This means much toward the appear slice of the city Dont miss the 10 cent vaudeville and picture shows at the opera house Change three limes a week Cash prizes every Saturday night Judge Shackelford is making the right move in insisting that the court house be kept clean He is right and has the thanks of every lover of cleanliness A defective flue at the home of Mr Leslie Evans caused a run by the fire department Saturday The flames were extinguished before much damage was doneome member has introduced a bill in the Legislature allowing every citizen to keep one dog free from tax If theyll kill few thousand wertfa pass a lw to a will doagood turnless urs the session by the suffering public Big flWSOLWhO plaed with Rich aon4L ut OO Bas MeROfdMed to eport ILMpoll s aezt iath Dw- sen the hei aam butWRI a pwr OR OUlpopMOM rest urd that RIch 4 wiChave DsiwsisiioLti01 fillI- bl I2 jlltllt ujoodIUate iprfa enlng is GMI MGILfld the dIM M aew IcMdglc Will p4OdO- gil a 1ib1w t4SPP17 the enthe caIejhM tK etnukM issssn ts Ii t u J r Fir LifeAccideutimd Health Insur CompuiesWm OarrM countys assessment iraa raised WWeee making the total val uatloaS7i 882 Quarles says that a full stomach makes a dull brain An exchange ask If thatjs why there are so many bright country newspaper men Tho high price of meat Is one of the very few things that does not trouble newspaper men as they never couldaf ford the luxury anyWay It was an Ohio school boy who coined tho following definition of a friend A friend IS a person who knows alt about you and likes you just the same courthousetrust Judge Shackelford will place the first hog astride the rock pile who per sists in the filthy habit The management of tho Richmond ball club is saying nothin but sawing a powerful chanco of wood Wait until you see their official announcement of players signed and youll rejoice and be happy The first grade children of the Barlow School atc being taught this week at onIabsence of Miss Willie Traynor the firstgrado teacher who is with her sick mother at Danville They will ontinue In the Caldwell building until her return Talk At Normal Rev Hugh McLellan delivered a most excellent talk to the Normal students last week his subject being the book of Job Four Eclipses For J9IO There will be four eclipses in 1910 two of the moon and two of the sun The only ono visible hero will be till total eclipse of tho moon May 23 HighPriced Hogs The Midway Clipper reports shipment o Cincinnati of 175 hogs which brough ho good prico of 885 the best price received this year for Woodfordcounlj porkers Pat Downing Dead Richmond admirers of tho splcndic jail player will regret to learn that Pal owning ono Lexingtons mainstays lied in a Cincinnati hospital last week Pat died of pneumonia Groundhog Day As the Climat goes to press thisTues lay there is some speculation as to thi round hog seeing his shadow We rust the little fellow will have gooe uck and bring better weather The New Comet Many of our people havo been watch ng the now comet which may bo seei jvery evening about six oclock This s not Halleys comet as some suppose jut is called by astronomers an un cnown wanderer Bat Galvin Sick Bat Galvin was taken seriously ill ii its room Wednesday and had to be re noved to the P A C Infirmary III uffered from hemorragcs from his nose ind it was with difficulty tho flow waj topped He is much better and will bi ibout in a few days Fire On Burnam Hill Tuesday night ab ut nine oclock f lisastrous firo visited the colored settle nent on Burnam Hill and before it ould be checked six families were rcn lered homeless A hard wind was ilowing and had it come from the orth the entire settlement would have een wiped out Early Easter Easter Sunday comes earlier this year the 25th of March This is earlier than iny time sitco 1894 when it came 01 ilarch 25 Easter Sunday always falls on the first Sunday after tho full moot ifter the sun crosses the line Wcathoi prognosticators claim that the earl Easter means an early Spring- t Prices May Drop wellknown stockman tells The Climax that cattle and hog buyers would Jo well to go a little slow right now ii buying Ho says the spread of the de termination of the people to oat less meat is bound to cause a slump in prices Lie says prices are out of all reason any vay and that a decrease would have come sooner or later Notice- I want fifty good men who understand iobacco growing to work on salary or t portion of the crop Want both married tad single men and can handle soaic few with families I want men who can furnish good references from some tobac co growers in Madison or Jessamine counties Apply to Ezart Ashcraft Brook yule Indiana High at Winchester The price of meat is certainly climbing at Winchester It is reported that a boy entered a shop over there and asked for a dimes worth ol steak The butcher took the money and told him to go behind the counter and smell of the meat block and then go home and tell the folk of the delightful odor as that was all ten cents would buy Silver Creek Mr J Sam Hagan entertained a awn ber of friends at dinner a few days since in honor of her sister Mrs C DTurnef Mrs Eversole and daughter Pauline of Booneville are visitingMrs J G Sebas Ian Mrs a D Turner and son William Dorsey have returned to their home In Earl Ark after an extended visit to Sfrs J Sam Hagan and other rovatlvcs All next week at opera house Eva Allen the Mystery Girl If you want to know anything on earth ask Miss Eva Allen Maffnee for ladies only on Frt day Work Suspended at Bridge The work of building High Bridge has been temporarily suspended OH account erf the inclement weather of the past week ot tea days The preUmtaary worklias atout been Jflpwed and yvlt scxm be ready for the stnicturIwe t begia which will be done aa soon as the II ether will permit The brJdfe rfll JM the ktelKst one in th worW the stal- heht of it beIng 317 eetTber8iti- Mr and heavy anowke caused a tide Ut tb Kentucky river sad the J D DuPes Lumber 1ItHighBridge has JMcti work They now hI ever al- ttho41 bfMWIa sh M ttr M4Uibi id rK t r 4l t i t S5l4WLpHotFfrthh 1 i lWaxcfWarm Wins In Close Finish As was predicted in these columns grewtosounded four bells Saturday the ballots flew thick and fast The Climax is proudof the fact that the contestant are all thoroughly satisfied with the conduct of the contest and not a complaint was made by anyone from start lo finish VlJilfr every inch of ground was gone over by the hustling young ladies yet the battle royal came Saturday Bright youngIstuiesfriends were working like Trojans to got votes After dinner the ballots poured into the big box and it was what race horse men would call an eyelash finish Promptly at four oclock the box was taken to the directors room in the State Bank and Trust Cos building and the count commenced It was found that Miss Sallie B Parrish had received 488600 votes and will get the handsome tOO piano The Climax is deeply grateful to the young ladies for their work and partici pation in the contest Their ladylike conduct throughout and the fact that there was not the slightest jar or misunderstanding from start to finish won for them the admiration of our people We are also very thankful to Messrs Tarley and Burnam for the great task of counting the vote By this contest Tho Climax has increased its circulation far beyond our fondest expectation and by the way ive would bo pleased if our advertisers ir anyone desiring to know would dror- n and look at our mailing lists We low have the largest circulation of any aper ever published in Richmond and ve are positive the largest of any news paper published in central Kentucky vith the exception of Lexington- As stated above the contest was omplet success and wo thank all con cerned for tho great interest manifested OFFICIAL COUST- Wo tho undersigned committee count id the votes cast in the Climax Plant ontest and report as follows Miss Sallie B Parrish4S800M- iss Zculah Olliver26140M- iss Anne Bcnnctte Cohen 50C Total votes castnn 750500 R E TUIUET Committee SAMPBunsuif Lucky Mr Waltonx Many of his brother editors are think ng of making a visit to Editor Walton it Stanford Last week a friend made lim n present of a 75pound hog Azbill Captured Bert Azbill who escaped from tht ocal officers last week was captured ir Winchester by Sheriff Dave McCord and eturned to this city Azbill had been med for practing dentistry without icenseSettle Gets New Trial G AV Settle who was given a sen tence of ten years in the penitentiary bv who Madison Circuit Court on tho charge it detaining a woman against tier will las been given a new trial by the Court if Appeals The higher court says hit rial should have been continued by eason of absent witnesses 5165000 For Kentucky River The Riyers and Harbors Committee lecided Wednesday to place in its re ort to Congress the allowance of 8105 WO for the purpose of finishing the work jn the two locks and dams in Kentuck river This insures tile allowance and vill be hailed with delight by people living along the headwaters of tho Ken ucky A Great Oversight Yesterday was ground hog day but Cor some unaccountable reason the post jfflce failed to close The office close uOn account of holiday almost every jther week and its a shame that the people can not be deprived of mail ser vice on groundhog day Some wisi Jongrcssman should introduce a bill tc Jeclaro this a legal holiday as tho busi less world is bothered with holidays scarcely enough Very Reasonable Here While such a hullabaloo is being mised over the country about the high price of meat yet tho Richmond deal ers are exceedingly moderate in Jheii jhargcs and we really see no reason foi i howl to go up here Its true that prices have advanced but not so much w as on other necessities The only ad vance made by the home shops is that forced by higher prices they have to pay or stock They get no larger profit whatever Are Passing Away The dollar in tho United States laspracti all gone out of circulation ind now it is rumored that the silver lollar is likely to follow It at least tt some extent into its innocuous desue ude The reason for this seems to be limply that the government has ceased its practice of paying the expressago on shipments of silver dollars Banks herofore prefer the currency which is nuch lighter antI in many sections of ho country in greater demand at their windows Winchester Democrat Advertise- A newspaper with 1000 subscribers Sas 5000 readers A merchant who puts out iToOO hand bills possibly gets 400 people to read them that is if the boy who distributes them does not chuck thonVunder the sidewalk The hand bills cost as much as a column adver tisement in tho homo paper All the womenfind girls most of the men and adIwho uses the pap has 5000 or more- readeratocach 1000 of handbill dersi There is no estimating the amount of business that advertising brings to a merchant but tho right kind of newspaper advertising alwaysbriflgs result Card of Thanks I take this method of extending my thanks to the Wfl4 friends who assisted mesenoWyia TheCliMax pfcwo con test and to y that while LhIaiotwIn yet I arnjutasgrtefuhaa though Ihad been saeceesful The eeiRest was con ducted so fairly sad wivwrly hat it was Indeed a pleasure te Ht ki ir a d I aw very thankful to the magatikieBt for the way in which tHey the Interests taU TXaakta every one wbe Mcieted ma M a y wf yy Yet y reefwetfttUfi 19cITI t A t S f r Amen ShelbYVUlejReeordad the county unit bill If that advice Isi followed the next Gorenter of Kentucky is as sure to be a RejntbUe n as a nickel fc for a ginger cake Big Crowd Coming A big crown is looked for next Hon day county court day The weather has been so disagreeable during the past Month or so few jpbple have ventured out and indIcati6nspoint to a tremen dow crowd in town 1II014a y Unveiling of Monument The mounment erected to the memory of the late Gov Wm Goebel will be unveiled at Frankfort next Thursday tho 3rd The occasion will be one of much interest Many of our citizens will attend Cooper Retains C ledO hip Washington dispatches state that there will be no change of Collector 01 JudgeCooperreported that lion Lewis Walker will not gtthe District Attorneyship which will be bad news to his many friends who know his ability and worthiness Lancaster Record Sold IMr F S Hughes has sold the Lan caster Record to Mr Green Clay Walker who took charge of same Monday Mr Walker is a son of the late Judge Wm Walker wellremembered by Richmon people and is a young man of great 3nergy and ability Tho Climax wel comes him to the fold and wishes un bounded success Meets All Requirements The State Board of Education Iw notified the county superintendent ant the County Board of Education fo Hadison county that the High Schoo Oopartmcntof the Richmond city school meets all the requirements for a first class High School This is a high compliment but The Climax can say that i is richly deserved Highly Complemented At the annual celebration by the Cal edonian Society in Lexington las veek Rov Hugh McLellan of this city vas one of the speakers The Lexing on papers made very complimentary loticesof his address Mr McLellan vho is one of the ablest ministers in thi tate has also won fame as a speaker at ocial gatherings aud if ho accepted al he invitations extended he would be cpt busy A Big Sale The old reliable firm of Covington Banks takes a page ad in this issue of The Climax to announce theirbigsale which is to begin next Saturday and last foi ilfteen days These gentlemen havt been in business in Richmond long mough for our people to know them ant et familiar with their honest straight forward methods and that the sale wil rove a great success is a foregone con clusion If you want some big bargain ead the big ad in this issue An Error By confusion of figures The Climax made an error in last issue when it stated hat our Representative Mr Herring on bad asked for greater appropriation ibr other localities than for the loca lormal school What ho wants anc vhat the Legislature should allow is an idditional 10000 to that already ap propriated for operating expenses of the school The Climax is glad that its at ention was called to the error as wo dt tot want to create the erroneous im ression that Mr Herrington is neglect ing so important a matter Still They Come Notwithstanding the fact that the egular opening of the Normal Schoo took place more than a week ago yet here many students coming in Every train brings moro and it is now believed hat the enrollment will far exceed the jxpcctations of everyone connected with the School By the splendid manner in ffhich the students are received all arc oon comfortably housed and have oucklcd down to hard work As stated- n last issue indications point to asplen lid years work arid great good is ex pected Did You Know This Were you aware of tho fact that you can enter a Pullman sleeper at five oclock p m right here in Richmond sad be in Chicago the next morning for jroakfast This is a fact but is not generally known The L N also jets a sleeper from Chicago every morning passing through Richmond at 1120 im Somotlmeathe Chicago train is late but tho L N waits for it in Cincinnati hence the Richmond train is sometime late Richmond has the jest through service to all prominent ities for which she is duly thankful to tho L N management Installation Services Dr D H Scanlan was duly installed w pastor of the First Presbyterian hurch Sunday morning Dr Gray Mc Alister ot Louisville delivered an excellent sermon The pastor was charge ay Rev J E Ballou of Middlesboro while the charge to congregation was delivered by tIle Rev J V Logan of Somerset A most enjoyable feature of the services was the special music ren dered by Mrs Harry Hangerand RevMr Logan Dr Scanlon althoiigh he has been hero but a short time tins becomeI very popular with our people a splendid man and is doing good work in his churcli A Slick Swindle A Kansas City firm is selling a prepar ation that is possible to add 100 per cent of water Jo butter and still make such good butter that only experts can tell that it is watered stock A pound of real butter a pound of ordinary water and ten drops ot this emulsion churned together make two pounds of butter The emulsion appears something like glue It is rather thick but transparent It is harmless and has no deleterous effect as far as has been discovered by the chemical exports of the health board except to add to the weight of the bu- ttr Four ounces of tho emulsion is worth 30 to 35 cents A pwHui of water purchased from a distilling plant might cost two wills The house wife who has all sorts of trouble making Lr allowance go a week could invest aI hU dollar in a crockery churn put 10 her pound of bter1I1M1In of water and ten drops this wukfoa and pro doc 1I7 centwea4tot butter Any wowan with a chum art the wwlsion can cut her butter J1kin twoi Anyone bo kaewg how to wwk a HIieiuio Ata J ii t t a f4c I t i i What Will You Doc Great Opportunities For Rich mond Will She Get Busy and Grasp Them If there was ever a time in the history of any town for its people to wake up and get busy that time for Richmond is right now By getting together and showing the outside word that wo are on the map certain results can be acquired whereby the business interests can bo advanced ton fold However if We lag along in a sleepy dontcaro manner gumIImeringThe Climax has it from unquestioned authority that the L and N people are now planning for important changes on its system in Kentucky when the little gap between Versailles and Frankfort is completed The plan is to run all through trains from Louisville to the South via the L and A into Richmond here to connect with the Cincinnati train for same points This of course means that trains on tho other branches will be run in such mannet as to connect here Richmond is to be made the im portant connecting point consequently 1 union depot many new offices and tracks constructed Now H is easy for those familiar with he situation to see that Richmond is- is the logical point for the railroad di vision and shops aid in fact we hoyo it straight that the company is consid ring this point Having had experience in promoting railroad accommodations tad projects the writer is confident that ill this wfll not come to our town unless ho people manifest some interest in the natter If our people will only wake up 0 the importance of this and display he proper interest by assisting in the flutter wo are in a position to know that the shops and division Avill bo lo noted right hero which meins tho om jloyment of a vast army of men at big 3Ypeople who will spend every cent jf the money right Into in Richmond Vhat should be dono is some ono take Jhe lead form an organization and se suro options on the required amount of land at reasonable prices for the com any In this way tho railroad people vould be shown that Richmond would appreciate the matter and are willing to lo their part by the company Wo do tot mean to buy and donate land but lee that it can be had at reasonable will givo three direct lines to the hio river and two into the richest por ion of the mountains What bettci pportunities could a town desire That we say is not dope from some jverenthusiastic persons but comes di ect from a source that can not be ques ioned and The Climax warns the pee jlo of Richmond to be up and doing and jncourage the railroad company in com ingour way Such chances como once n a life time and we believe that Rich nonds progressive people will take uj ho matter right away Now who wil ome to the front and show his public piritedness in this case by forming iomo kind of organization to push the natter Important Meeting of Ladies The ladies of the Associated Charities ire requested to meet with Mrs Lucy Lackey Moorcs Thursday afternoon al 230 Very important matters are to bt Attended to and it is earnestly desired hat all should be there Wreckon K C Stanford Journal The K C due here at 9 p m did not arrive Saturday light but came flying in at 11 oclock 3nnday morning The engine overturned in a tunnel near Lowell and the engineer and mail clerk were slightly hurt The engine and baggage car were badly wrecked Use GoodJudgement A Nicholas county man has just been lined 75 for shooting at an automobile People shoulo remember that the machines have just as much right to the highways as any other vehicle antI while the operators should be careful in hand ing them yet the man with the horse must do so too Wo are glad to note that horses are becoming used to the machines md if the people would quit going into fits there would be little or no trouble Stanford Journal Sold The Stanford Interior Journal has been sold by Its owner and editor Mr E C Walton to Mr Shelton Saufley now on a Frankfort paper Mr Saufley took charge of the paper Monday but Mr Walton will conduct tho plant until its new owner winds up his business at Frankfort It is with deepest regret that we see Bro Walton retire from the tripod and trust that his broken health will soon permit his returning to the ranks Ho is one of the best newspaper men in the State and a fine gentleman Come In The Climax would be very glad if its friends and patrons would drop into the office and see our now equipment and the amount of work we are turning out Its unquestionably the busiest place In town but wo arc always glad for our friends to drop inand see us Few pee pIe have ever watched the process Of printing apd that j making a news paper strange a it mojvseom and if you will only take a look at the vast amount of work going on youwill be very much surprised A printing pfflco is a place where every ODe tins certain duties to perform and when one is properly regulated everything moves like clockwork his a very interesting work to the onlooker too Drop In and see us i HeyRetalfatesV Get into the society columns of the daily prCsSif you want to find something which requires ellher no conception at all or tho stoutest intellect to continue to pursue For instance The bride Miss who was the blonde beauty of the season only needed astar tipped wand to bemlstaken for a fairy princessT She wore a green satin gown veiled in green chiffon relieved with touches of gold Among her armful of pink roses nestled her new pet poodle a tiny handful of white fluff wearing a cravat of pale green ribbon He is very devoted to hIs mistress and insisted upon coming to the wedding The country publishers find much consolation in su iridculousslnsh after being continually jtrotdcd by tlio metropolitan press that they mke themselves unsightly because they give space tQ atemsi chronicling John Smiths visit to the home ot Sam Jones dumtf the weekAV Adjaittltvg the nc cusatJoa of iaut city bfethrefi in all tho years wi have been in the newspaper business terti htKRever been a tints when they have ehrsaJefed that a worth taw jHWp was ttMcMttml figure of a l satiieMa Yn ji X iIEr A4 i a 0 i i i rrl 1 tDeatbLio L Walker died at her home in Lancaster Friday morn- Ing and was buried Sunday She was a daughter of the late Major Robt Kia naird Mr Walker is well known and widely related in Richmond Mrs N J Arnold age 81 one of tho oldest and best known ladles in Madi son county after a lingering dlner coa + ta ted while on a visit last year in Fldrlda died at the residence of her daughter Mrs J P Simmons on Mon day Deceased was the widow of the late John Arnold and a sister of Messrs J B Amos William and Dr Willis and Mrs Ed Cornelison Silo was the beloved mother of Messrs1 W L T E John and Robert Arnold fMrs J PSim mons Mrs A Elkin of Louisville and Mrs J S Johnson of Lancaster Another daughter Miss Alice a lovely Christian character passed away some years ago The death of Mrs Arnold was a great shock to her largo circle of friends many of whom gathered yester day to pay their tribute at her funeral at the Christian church followed by in termet in the Richmond Cemetery Sudden and shocking was the death of Mr Too Chchault on Monday morn ing He was seized with pneumonia on Friday and conjestion developed so quickly that almost boforohis own family realized it he was hopelessly ill Deceased was about 32 years of age son of Col C D Chenault of Lexing ton and the favorite grandson of the late H B Dillingham He was widely known and his death produced profound regret in circles where he was best known and loved lie leaves a young widow formerly Miss Bessie Spears sister of Mesdames T T Covington R Eo Turley and Ben Boggs of this county andfour small children Henry aged 9 Margaret Sarah 4and Joe Jronly 18 months The funeral will be held today at 10 a m with brief services at the grave Deceased was a brother of Mrs Jas S Crutcher of this city Mrs Keats Speed Miss Florrie Chenault of New York and Mrs Harrison Simrall Miss Kit Chenault of Lexington As a boy and young man Joo Chenault gave promise of a life of activity usefulness and honor for time smiled upon him a devoted grandfather bestowed his love and much earthlY goods upon him and friends wore not wanting to cheer him on the way A lovely wife as beautiful in spirit and devotion as in features and isulture illumined his life with her love Four fond little ones came to bless his life and inspire ambition in his breast But just as his feet touched the thresh ld of the larger life of mature man hood Deaths icy touch chilled his heart and his eyes closed forever on the scenes that knew and loved his pres snce Farowell friend of our other lays We shall meet but we shall miss you as we gaze upon your vacant chair Cause For Rejoicing Meat groceries coal and other articles may continue to climb but thank our stars the price of a ticket to the ball park will remain the sam- eMarried BLAITTONGILBERT Tho marriage of MissDaisy Gilbert and Mr Lindsay Blan on took place Thursday afternoonat the home of her father on Speedwell pike Owing to a recent death in the family the wedding was a very quiet affair only immediate relatives being present The ceremony was performed by Rev C C Marshal of the Baptist church Immediately after the marriage the couple left for Cincinnati to spend a few lays Upon their return they will make their home with his mother on the Summit The bride who is a daughter of Mr H P Gilbert is a beautiful young girl and numbers her friends and admirers by the score She is very attractive and popular among a wide circle of friends Mr Blanton is a son of the late Ituthcrford Blanton and is a very popular anduccessful young man He is manager of the Blanton coal yards and has built up a splendid business The Climax wishes for tho happy couple a long life of success and happiness New School Building to Go Up The architect Mr Val Collins of Louisville and his plans for the new ejly schooll building were chosen Mon day and work will be begun jis feoonas weather permits There were two tie fore the Board of Education Committee Monday the unsuccessful one being Mr Slamlor of Lexington whose plans called for several thousand dollars larger expenditure than Mr Collins Both submitted excellent designs and the members of the Board present Messrs A D Miller Z T Rico W E Blanton and Harvey Douglas spent several hours examining same and questioning the architects assisted by the Superintend entProf T J Coates whose experience and knowledge of the needs of the schools enabled him to analyze the propostions and elucidate the intricate problems tobe solved Inhe evening the plans for the en largement of the colored school building were carefully examined by Prof Rus sell and some other leading colored citi zens In brief the plans call for additions toboth school buildings sufficient to do away with the present expen of renting extra buildings l sivesystemI and colored schools the wjllbe hereaftersaved and children will not be scattered about in unsuitable quarters owing to the present Inadequate quarters A more detailed description of the additions will be made in The Climax next week T rr Ialt Order Issued DoepaameRtatWashJa Paitm VIic ba received in ill tMl cMfieiji nail boxes with ex pee mH II drivers MSile Stamps oe eepaent kas Or 4i tfcit after Febrtwy lalnthe car rWwiiiitotfcereqHEKrftqda this and acSis Palrong shofa endow coins in aav lope wr jjlljeBa seofirely in p4ef slt iein in a litholdtDgfteltllJe sb1 can be easily and qulW takep IMfsI the boxes and carriers 4Ill eteliJiritw lift such coins and where apcompinfed iy mall for dsipatch attach tfcei Tfciuired stamp This Is the new Wvi st dont cussyour mail carrier If he f flJfJ take up loose coins as heretofore TUfl object of tfio ruling is plainto save tim0 Grand Fury Next Week The grand jury sits next week but in dications are that not much work will be done forthe good reason that there is not much lawlessness to be looked after Older citizens tell us that Madison county was never so free from lawlessness and devilment as at present and it certainly affords The Climax much pleasure to make this statement In years gone by the grand jury had its hands full at every term of court the same conditions existing in most every county in this section however But since that time wonderful changes have come over the people and it is seldom Indeed that we are called upon to write a notice of some lawless acL People are growing better every day despite the whine of some that the world is growing worse and there is no better evidence of this fact than from the little work the grand juries have to do Cracker Jack Duck Story- An astonishing accident is reported to have occurred at Des Moines Iowa when Khadamathus a duck which had takcnprizes At the recent Iowa poultry show expolded into several hundred pieces one of which struck Silas Per ins in the eye destroying the sight The cause of the explosion was the eat ing of yeast which was placed in a pan jn the back porch The dish tempted his duckshlp who was taking a Sunday morning stroll Upon returning from hurch Mr Perkins discovered his prize luck in a somewhat loggy condition ran tale marks around the pan of yeast ave him his clue lIe was about to pick up the bird when the latter exploded with a loud report and Mr Per kins ran into the house holding both nands over his eye A surgeon wa called who found that the eyeball had seen penetrated by a fragment of flying luck and gave no hope of saving the Dptic Base Ball Talk A special from Paris says disputed base ball games will be easy of settlement during the coming season accord ing to a note received by President W J Ussery of the Blue Grass league from secretary Ferrell of the Board of arbitration of the National AssociationI According to the decision of the board which is set forth at length by Secretary Ferrell a disputed or protested game must bo brought before the directors ol the league and from their decision nt ippeal will be entertained by the Na tional Board President Ussery said the rule will greatly facilitate the disposition of pro sted games doing away with the long Jolay heretofore experienced in prose cuting an appeal to the higher body and will have a tendency to prevent dissatisfaction and a loss of interest during the rogrcss of the battle for pennant hon ors President Ussery is of the opinion that i higher class of umpires will be chosen this year and with instructions to enforce their authority during the progress 01 games kicking and protesting on the part of players will be reduced to the Ussery is in receipt of the contract signed by Umpire William Setley who will report for duty upon the opening of the league season Thurs Jay May 5 Setley is one of the best umpires in the country and with Silk OLaughlin umpired the games at the close of the 1009 season between the Cuban and Detroit teams in a series oi games played in Cuba Setley is now chief of the Pinkerton stair of detectives at the Jacksonville Florida race track The other two umpires have been selected and their con tracts mailed to them There names however will not be given out for publication until their contracts have been signed and forwarded to President Ussery President Ussery is quite a busy man now in looking after the interests of the league and is daily in receipt ota large batch of mail Ho will issue a call with in the next ten days for a meeting of the league directors to Jbo held in Paris in February for the d purpose ol considering the 1910 schedule Should Become Law Local sportsmen are greatly interested in the bill introduced in the Legislature by Senator Thomas creating a State Game Warden Under this law a depu ty would be appointed in each county and the game laws rigidly enforced Shouldtho act become a law both resi dents and nonresidents of Kentucky will be forced to get licenses to hunt in this State The bill also makes provision ror a State Game and Fish Warden who will have a deputy in each county The bill fixes heavy penalties for violations The advocates of a more stringent law for the protection of game and fish in Kentucky declare that such a statute rigidly enforced is absolutely necessary to prevent game from becoming extinct Ia r1jr The Kentucky Federation Two interesting meetings of the Ken tucky Federation of Womens Clubs woreSe4in Frankfort Wednesday and Thursday Reports were read from the chin n of committees and plans and arrangements mado for the meeting of the whole Federation in May The meeting of the State Federation will be held in Frankfort the twentyfifth twentysixth and twentyseventh and will be one of the most important and memorable meetings the Federation has ever heW There will be an address of welcome by Governor Willson After the response each of the expresidents of the Federation will give tho special feature of her administration Tho second evening will be given to the report of the legislative work during the session A reception will be given the third evening at the New Capitol Gov ernor and Mrs Wilson Lieut Gov and Mrs Cox and the State officials will bo invited to receive with the officers and chairman of the State Federation A Generous Husband They had gathering of club women in the south section of the city the other day says the Winchester Democrat jind naturally the ever perplexing servant question and other domestic problems came up for consideration One lady remarked that she hind the most gener ous husband in the city and proved it by tIle following The other day I worked and slaved over a redhot stove making some apple jelly It was ten long hours of hard work and when I had finished I had eight glasses of pretty good jolly I put some of it on the table and my husband praised it very highly Of course it pleased me and I thought myself well repaid for my hard work A day or so after my husband went to ice a sick friend and as he was leaving no said my wife made up some fine ipplo jelly the other day and if you like it I will send you over a glass Tho text day it was the same thing and now there is but ono glass of that jelly left if ho has not promised that to some ono today After I had parboiled my face until it was as red as a lobster anti burned my fingers making that jolly for our winters enioyment ho goes in anti gives it to a couple of men whoso own wives are too lazy to live and who are right now moro than likely telling of the shortcomings of my jelly to their neighbors We call for and deliver laundry work promptly Satisfaction guaranteed Normal City Laundry lit Interesting Old Document Squire A J Young of Baldwin this county showed The Climax ono of the funeral notices used at deatlr of Col James DcJarnctl who died May 11 IS59 It begins by stating that the committee of arrangements for the funeral honors to be paid to the lament id Patriot Statesman Soldier and Cit len James DcJarnett having consulted vith the family have instructed tim undersigned appointed to take charge jf the ceremonies and Marshal for the occasion to publish the following Order t Arrangement That the funeral of tho late James DeJurnett be solemnized jn tomorrow Sunday May 15th at II oclock a m The religious services to bo performed by the Rev J C Caldwcll it the late residence of the deceased iccording to the usage of the Christian Church of which he was a member Fhebody to bo afterwards taken to the family burying ground accompanied by i Military Escort Masonic antI Civic Procession and there deposited in the crave with Masonic ceremonies accord ing to the solemn forms and usage of that Ancient and Honorable order The notice then gives tho order for the procession which included tho Seventh Regiment Kentucky Militia and names tho firing squad It goes jn to name judges exjudges mom ocrs and officers of the circuit and coun ty courts members of the bar members tad exmembers of the Legislature trustees of schools soldiers who served in war of 1812 officers and men who served in Mexican war neighbors citi sons and strangers The pall bearers were CoL John Guess Squire Million Esq Capt Turner Barnes Col 0 31 Clay Capt John Newby A C Turner Esq lion I Breck Capt John Lawrence Gen John Tribble Col I Irvine Sam Wherritt Esq Saml Stone Esq Mnj J II Berry and W L Big jerstalT acted as aids and assistants The notice is signcil bv John Miller marshal and is dated May W ISoO Why Salves Fail To Cure Eczema Scientist are now agreed that the ec zema germs are lobgcd not in tim outer skin or epidermis but in the inner skin Hence a penetrating liquid is required not an outward salvo that clogs the pore We recommend to all eczema patients the standard prescription Oil of Winter green as compounded in liquid form known as D D D Prescription A trial bottle of this D D D Prescription at only JO co its will instantly relieve the itch We have sold and recommended this remedy for years and know of won derful cures from its use We recom mend it to our patrons Sold by Stockton Son tf With The New Firm Mr Charlie Sharp who met with an accident in a runaway last year losing the sight of his eyes a short time ago made arrangement with B H Luxon Bro whereby ho obtained a small commission on every load of coal ho sold for this firm On the purchase of MrLuxons business by Broaddus Vaughn he mado the same arrangement with them and takes this method of notifying the public that he is endeavor ing to make an honest living in this manner and solicits your ordery Call on or telephone Xo C07 j19lf Used the World over No other article of human food has ever received suck en phatlc commendation for purity aisefnlaess and whole sememes from the most emiaeaf aathoritiese aAINO POWDER I Royal hs always received the hlflhest award when exMlbtte In eoi =r E Tj = I e l e T H E1 t S 1 t i f fMIjjjjjfmiife JI i L ii i j- i x Ieel eel senl J ew 3 f ee y eeaII H elel 1 2t I Eie X = ee e i Our Entire StockIi Is Thrown Into rr isiBig Sale Withotit Reserve Alt Profits VanishsShoes y r= I fe Hats and FurnishingsEvery Item Gut To The Limit J it lOut of Style Suits I I Now 375 IAbout 150 Heavy Winter Suits sizes 34 to price 10 to S20Cheaper W than overalls to work in d Hanan Shoes WalkOver Shoes I Halfprice Shoes Bpett hoots FURTHER REDUCTIONS ON SUITS and OVERCOATSIn spite of an unusual January trade our Clothing stock is still too large to take chances the loss is too great to carry the surplus over t andod Raincoats the finest in the land c 5 I s141e For all 2250 and 2500 grades Very elegant I 9 5O Choice of all 1250 to 1400 qualities Odd PantsFine Worsteds Cassimeres and Cheviots Is800 700 for 575S600 500 now 375 350 now 275 250 now I 175 150 now 125 125 now 100 uu uu u FootwearFor Men and Boys No man or boy can afford to miss this sale Footwear of some lord will be needed before long and why not buy now while you can save Readwhat we offer for 475 leathers Finest in the world none excepted Elegant stylEs and finest M 6 grades for 475 550 gradesrf None finer or better nt the price Great yarie of styles and shapes to select from 400 now 325 350 now 245 B lastsBaconGood assortment of Work Shoes regular prices 5l50to 250all reduced About 75 pairs of shoes broken lots odds and ends athalflprice 00 for 250 400 for 200 3 50for 1753 Lace Boots High Top Shoes Bootees and Boots Largest stock in Madison county every pair reduced 600 for 475 500 for 395 400 for 325 S SO for 295 Boys Boots especially reduced Heavy snag proof special reduction Two buckles Crown lirand 2 One buckle 200 J oI 50 For all that sold at J800 to 2000 7 50- For all 1000 and J LaO Grades Corduroy Pants Our Corduroy Quality is Famous 4 for 300 350for275 00 for 235 250 for 185 150 for 1 Sweaters All the newest colors and weaves Special value 1751 Former 250 Lo west Prices Ever M- adeiATs J50TL50fotl Stetson Hats 10 per cent discount r Gaps Cut too I L = Gloves25c for 19c SOcfor 39c f for 79c 15Q for 119 200 for 150 Fine NeckwearrrCollarsr Suspenders Socks Night Shirts Garters Etc Every man can find something to buy in this big offering tp Ito50 For J50U J650 and 1700 Values Sizes and Special Models for men of every shape and buildwe fit them all price d t ShirtsAll 50c for39c 100 for 79c 150 for 119 Fancy Vests 500 for 300 400 for 250 300 for 200 250 150 150 for 100 BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS All the newest styles JOJOO for 700 700 for 475 500 for 375 400 for 275 350 for 250 Boys Out of Style Suits at much greater reductions Boys 50 cent Odd Pants sizes 3 to 6 years for 25 tens Boys Shoes Hats Underwear etc allgo at greatly reduced prices UNDERWEARSOc A good warm fleece lined suit for 65 cents Union Suits also Cash Only None Charged Every man or boy c and Vc fwoman who buYs for man or boy should come to this sale If already a customer we expect you If a strangert we ask youto come and leVs get acquale I 1 tir tr Sale cSc i 0 f BAsI J s A dL