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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 n t i ll o E r Eh CLIMAX I IL t ttc fI RICHMONDi ifr+ I t 36th YEAR r RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 91910 NUMBER 36 WALLPAPER I rlrcad is the Staff oCLlfe9- 1itgr16lt RVEIT 000 I TAlways Reliable 1 Good Flour Brings Happiness toEvery Member of the FamilyAfter nl Snvestiga t ion we have found that the cele brated Ballards Obelisk Flour is the very but on the market and have arranged to keep a largo stock on hand at all times in barrel lots Try it ank yoU will use no other Burnside Robinson Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND Chas E DouglasGeo D Simmons J W Deatherag NOTICE This is to announce to you that Mr James WA Deatherage has purchased an interest in the firm of Douglas Simmons and the firm name changed to Douglas Simmons Deatherage We have moved to our new and commodious quarters on Second street and our stock in eludes everything in the hardware line We wish you a prosperous and happy new year 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things from our pockets Some School Laws Twenty days shall constitute a school month and for a term of six months in eluding one hundred twenty days one hundred and twelve days must actual bo taught in the common schools for the year 10001910 If the legal holiday are observed the days upon which tbey occur unless school has been suspended by the trustees and this shall not be done unless he has just cause for doing Five days at Institute labor day for 1 schools beginning before tho sixth day of September Thanksgiving day the day upon which the association was held and Washingtons birthday boinj the legal holidays Christmas and New Year occuringori Saturday shall not be counted as holidaysand upon no occa sion must the weel dating from the twentyfifth of December to the first of January be given as Holidays nor has any trustee authority to givo this time If any teacher failed to attend an association the day which she fai15to attend must be taught as wel day at the end of the term unless illnes prevented her attending fffthero was an unexcused absence it must be made up by as many days in the school room as there are absences Hamlet had melancholy probably caused V an inactive liver A bad liver makes sue cross and irritable causes mental and physical depression and may re sult disastrously Dillards Herbine is acknowledge to be the perfect liver regulator If youre blue and out of sorts get a bottle today A positive cure for billions heed ache Constipation Chills and Fever and all liver complaints Sold by Perry Thomas Mm A Real Gentleman Hero is another definition of a real gentleman A man thats clean inside nd out who never looks up to the rich or down to the poor who can lose with out quarreling and who can win with out bragging who is considerate of omen children and old people who is too bravo to lio too generous to cheat nd ivho takes his share of the world and lots other people have theirs Millinery Notes The artists now begin to make The stylish Easter 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special prices mentioned we have bargains in other heavy goods Also com plete lines of and up to date Muslin Underwear etc Spring 1910 most beautiful assortment of new Spring White Goods we have ever shown and our prices have not been affected one whit by the high prices cotton as all orders were placed early and before the advance Come and V f S i isee c r 3k c T The Wrong Way is to buy 1oto old stockand get anybody to hang it for you Phone 1 YTRESS Fin 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 the Normal City Its a fine and everybody has chance to get it j122t Cures babys croup Willies daily cuts and bruises mamas sore throat lameness Dr Tnoraas Eclectric Oiltho great household t t by the our We guarantee it to be better than any other advertised make at any price All Stearhs Foster allow you to examine the the most important side to of the very mattress you 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strengthen the child Sold by Perry and Thomas Mm i We Sell May Manton EachEVtTVVV if Mens Suits Merits Suits worth 1750 to 2000 for 1350 Mens Suits worth 1250 to 1500 for 100 Mens Suits worth 1000 for 695 Mens Suits worth 750 to 850 for 550 J i Mens Overcoats Overcoats worth 1750 to 2000 for 1200 Overcoats worth 1250 to 1500 forV 950 Overcoats worth 10 for 695 Overcoats worth 750 to 850 for 550 Overcoats worth 500 to 650 for 3 75 Youths Overcoats from 275 to 395 v Boys Overcoats from 98c to 295 i 1u1amuht9r Brothers i u C1 1A 1 A i IA IA 1 4L t r tl ILw r n i i NA r i i 1 Ji 1TT J Tobacco Canvas 2 12 3 and 3 12 c Thompsons Glovefitting CorsetsJ r BUY EARLY Just look at McKees while down street if you want to see something new and l pretty for spring They are getting in all of their f- i t New Ginghams Cheviots and White Materials Be sure and see their Embroideries for they are the handsomest we have ever bought at the price t Owen JVIcKee 1SeeOur Bargain Counter- Butterick Patterns I Tiie Richmond Climax HEBT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor lImber PRESS PUBUSlERS LEAGUE FIICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY FEB 9 1910 PRESIDENT Taft attended a ball in Washington tho other night and reports say shook his brogans to tho strains of the Beautiful Blue Danube waltz President Taft as a dancer is said to be at once the envy and admir ation of Washington society and fortunate is tho lady who is honored with a dance with him He is cultivated in the social graces in the finer things of life We doubt not that ho is happier on the ball room floor than fighting recalcitrant members of his party more joyful as ho trips the light or in his case shall we say heavy fantastic than in trying to trip Democratic legislators in their efforts to squelch the ship sub sidy movement In many ways ono so situated is unfortunate but there seems always to be a fly in the preserves In recent years the presidency has come to be a fighting job It is not pleasant to think of it in that way but it is the truth The elements of National pol itics have become so conflicting that a stern and repressive hand is required rJifa president is to see any of his policies the policies of anybody else whipped conta J or whichrat least so far as legislative restraints T were concerned So if he delight in putting dull care to rout by the gay and galloping twostep or lose himself in the poetic dreams through the languorous waltz who shall say him nay IT is reported that 30000000 eggs are- stored iu one plant in Now York City and have been there since last April This is one of the reasons for high prices the money sharks gobbling up every- thingI and storing it away from the peo I pie It would be a good thing if all of those ancient eggs could be forced downthe throats of some of the trust magnates THE girl cigar makers on a strike in Cincinnati are settling the strike by marriage Of tile fifty girls five are to b3 married this week and six others quite soon Harrodsbtrg Herald Then hike yo toward Cincinnati old bachelor editors of tho Herald Mabe if tho girls will propose you will succeed in getting wives Got busy THE court of appeals having affirmed the judgement Beach Hargis will have r to go to the penitentiary for life It is hoped that when he comes in company jwith his old pal Curt Jett ho will get religion and bo good Jett you will 7iecalI announced that he had been for given by the Lord but the Governor of Kentucky a little slow in granting his Pardon z f erjTHB State has not enough money to Atop a cracker wagon yet the Legisla ture is inclined to go merrily along mak dngappropriations for every fool project suggested t Ax increase in wages given voluntarily by a big manufacturing concern in t Cincinnati was said by the papers to bo f a great surprise No doubt Such an i increase is generally a surprise ALouisviLLE man was choked to- ideatb in trying to swallow a piece of vcryjienough steak to choke one MAnE that Louisville man who choked vfto death on meat saw someone coming e and thought he was in danger of being robbed swallowing too quickly AnTHER way of viewing it is thatll wwt wake any difference a hundred rH Crem now wbothtr threve- vru WI It a tWll iWU J iWg 5F B J IF February will kindly consent to be no worse than January which showed a great improvement over December all will be forgiven MR Taft has found the presidency a fullsized mans job But who can say old fatty isnt a fullsized man TIlE diligent perusal of almanacs has given many a man his reputation for native wit- hArry thought for today Eggs have fallen in price from forty to thirty cents J1 + I Social and Personal I Mrs MC Kellogg went to Lexington ThursdayMr Dcathcrage spent last week in Illinois Miss Mary Tribblo has returned from a visit in Lexington Miss Brough has been the recent guest of Miss Gladys Perry JudgoJ C ChenaultwasinMt Vernon on business Saturday Miss Alice Davidson was shopping- in Richmond Wednesday Mrs A Elkin of Louisville is visiting relatives in this city Mr W E Smith Transylvania Uni versity was here the past week Hon Grant E Lilly is again at his office after an illness of several weeks Mr John Mount of Lancaster was among the court day visitors Mrs Ethel West Darnold of Lancaster has entered the Normal School Mrs E W Young of Shelbyville is visiting Mrs J W Zaring Mrs Ike VanMeter of Lexington has been thguest of Mrs 11 n Hanger Mr Bat Galvin who is ill at tho P A C Infirmary is very much better today Dr T J Taylor who has been quite ill is very much better at this writing Louis Landram and wife have returned from a visit to relatives in Lancaster Miss Bettie Owens of Mt Sterling has been the guest of Mrs JlIl Poyntz W T Reid of Mt Sterling has bee visiting his sister Mrs D M ChenaulL Mr F S Hughes formerly of the Lancaster Record was in town Thurs dayMiss Katie Leo Denny of Lancaster was the recent guest of brother Alex L H Boothe is In Ironton Ohio visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John McGee Stanford JournalMr B 111 Igo of Richmond visited his sister Mrs 43 G PerryMrs J S Johnson and Mr Robert Arnold of Lancaster were visitors here the past week Mr Hubert Scrivnor of Winchester was hero last week to see his father Mr L M Scrivner Mrs Sam Willis and daughter of Lox ington Mr and Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard attended the funeralof Mrs Elizabeth Arnold Nicholasvillo TribuneMLss Hester Covington of Rochmond has been visiting Miss Emma Cooke lIon Jno B Chenault of Maysville visited his mother Mrs T D Chonault Friday and Saturday Mr W A Cox and daughter of Mer cer Mo is visiting his nephew Mr Hugh Shifllet near Brassfield Mr and Mrs Wood Burnsido of Lancaster were visitors of Mrs James Burnsido Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrs Hanger entertained Saturday evening in honor of their guest Mrs I 0 Yanmeter of Lexington Mrs I C Vuamoter of Lexington is tho handsome and attractive guest of Mr anl Mrs Hanger at Arlington Miss Mary Traynor subtituting as teacher for her sister Miss Willie at Caldweli High School this week Miss Etta Wtiges teacher of Caldwall High School Fifth Grade is absent from herduties this week on account of illness Capt JohnIJigglus and daughter Miss Julia wore called to Stanford by tie serious illness of Capt Higgins mot ho Winchester Democrat Mr and Mr i H B Scrivener attended the funeral of Joe Chenault at Richmond Wednesday Mesdiimes FD Smith and EB Muir Jr ofNicholasville were guests of Mr and Mrs B Duke Gordon Wednesday Miss Pauline Eversole of Canpbell Hagerman College Lexington IMM been the aUretiv HIt of HIM Gary Rio K rMciWIhi 1M tfir1m t J 1 ro z t daughterMrsEstill county Today is Ash Wednesday and is being appropriately celebrated at the local Catholic church Misses Carrie and Bernice Belcher of Ford were the guests of their cousin Mrs Clay Stone last week Mr Hamon Million and son Mr Thos Million of Berry were visitors of Thos Million and family the past week Miss Ida Million has been the guest of her brother B C Million and wife in Jellico Tenn for several days Father Cooney has been confined to his bed for several days by illness We are glad to state that ho is much better today Miss Lelia Harris teacherat Caldwell School left with her mother for Martins vills Ind this week the latter being in bad health Mr Walter Azbill and family have returned from a years residence in Iowa and we are glad to say will again make their residence in Madison Stanford Journal Mrs Nancy Feland who has been with her relatives Mrs R L Berry of the West End returned to Richmond Wednesday Messrs Wm A Parrish Decatur Ills J C Parrish Duflleld Va and Mrs G W Davis Campbollsvillo Ky are with criticallyillWe regret to note tho continued illness of Cous Pleas Broaddus and his esti mable wife They have been quite ill for somo days but are somewhat im proved today Hon Jas N Denny of Point Leavoll was among the court day viritors Mr Denny is ono Garrards most substantial men and an influential progessivo citizen Mr and Mrs Walker Stewart of Elizabethtown are receiving congratu lations upon the arrival of a little daughter Mrs Stewart was Miss Searcy of Waco Mrs Keats Speed of New York who has been visting here and in Louisville was called from tho latter place on account of the death of her brother Mr Joe Chenault Mr Leonard Tudor of Stockton Kansas has been visiting his brother Cy Tudor in the county lIe is a former Madison boy and this is his first visit to the old home in twentytwo years Mrs II B Hanger and Mrs D M Chenault were guests of Mrs II M Bosworth in Lexington Monday They were entertained by Mrs Bosworth at an elegant dinner and an auto party to FrankfortMrs Burnam and Miss Lucia Burnam entertained in a very handsome manner at a tea in honorof Mrs Lindsay Blanton Ms Blanton was beautifully gowned a light blue mcssalino It prov cd a very delightful affair Estill Herald J E Riddell is hero from Louisville visiting relatives Jonah Wagers of Richmond was hero Wednesday on busslnessu Lewis Spencer former jailer of Lee county has removed to Richmond Mr J Raymond Haselden of Lan caster was in town Saturday and made The Climax a most pleasant call Mr Haselden is one of the leading hardware men Kentucky Ho gained some dis tinction several years ago by inventing the Haselden Water Filter one of the best in the market and cne used on most all cisterns Tho Parents Club gave a most deligt ful reception in tho new Model School Building January tho twentyeighth It was in tho nature of a House Warm ing and many friends and patronsof this splendid school were present to admire tho beautiful new school buildings An orchestra and delightful refreshments were a feature of the occasion Mrs Harry B Hanger was the guest of Mrs Henry Bosworth nee Miss Olive Fant in Lexington the past week Together with Mr and Mrs Bosworth Miss Owens of Mt Sterling and Mrs Sam Chonault of Richmond Mrs Hanger visited Frankfort in her machine taking in the Now Capitol TSegBrty wore entertained at the Capital Hotel bySena for Boswortlu Lancaster Record Miss Edna BnlI lew of Richmond visited the Misses Francis Mrs J S Johnson was alled lo the bedside et her mother in Richmond and attended thtf funeral ser vice Tuesday Mw Mattie Terrell ofRichmond is the guest bf her sister Mrs Susie LeavelL Annie Xay Walker of Richmond will Vrive soon for a visit to Miss Tinder MlM HayiM Lllterd ehtet dauftow tl1tlIMKra E W LLflidDis- j S7 t r rr yule will be married at her home in that cIty Thursday to Mr Thomas French Miss Lilian is a very popular and charming young ladyand is well known in Central Kentucky social circles The groom is connected with the Q 0 Railway and resides In Danville The german given at the Masonic Temple Wednesday evening was an enjoyable affair The attendance was large and many new and pretty figures were introduced by the splendid leaders Mr and Mrs ThosJ Smith These affairs are groHtly enjoyed not only by the younger folk but by many married couples who find much pleasure and recreation in tripping the light fantastic Smittios harp orchestra of Cincinnat furnished splendid music for the occas sion Letter From Florida The following letter written by one of our little friends was kindly given The Climax however without the knowledge or consent of thewriterEd Naples Fla February 1910 My Dear FriendsAm now at my destination so will begin at the first and tell you something of my travels As some of you doubtless remember when I left Richmond there was snow on the ground Leaving at 1230 wo sailed on through snow storm in the Kentucky mountains It was exceedingly beauti ful All that day there was nothing to see but the mountains and snow Tho Tennessee mountains looked the same as the Kentucky mountains and as we entered Georgia it began to grow dark and we arrived at Atlanta at 11 that nightWhen wo awoko the next morning the Southern sunshine was bathing tim forest of Florida welcomed it with joy as I do not care for winter It was not like summer in Kentucky The grass was long and dry the pine trees wore straight and rather tall the ground was level and it looked like a field of dark telephone poles with a little fringe at the top Wo would pass stretches where they were set moderately close together and then come to a jungle with the Florida moss hanging on the trees and matting them together I did not have lime to tire of that scene before the train sped us on to a place where the trees had been cut down for lumber after being used for turpentine- As we advanced further into Florida we saw turpentine forests and the bark of the trees was cut off for about four feet Most of the rich men have become wealthy off the turpentine industry Despite the scenery wo had a long tiresome trip but got into Jacksonville on time 930 a m We staid a week in Jacksonville with Mrs Frank Jennings daughter of Mr and Mrs Thos Phelps Their residence is on Riverside which is very pretty part of Jacksonville but is about two miles from the main part of town While there we visited the ostrich farm but it was only twenty above zero and we couldnt linger long We saw the large ostriches that they use for driving and racing and also saw tho young ostriches besides a collection of many other animals such as bear snakesaligators monkeys tigers hyena raccoon and many others We spent Monday at Pablo Beach only twenty miles from Jacksonville It was the first time I had ever seen the Atlantic and in some ways I was disappointed and in others I was agreeably surprised It was most too cold to go into tho waters so I contented myself with staying on the shore I have often wondered why people did not describe the seashore definitely but I found out that day It is so beautiful that after seeing it you dont feel like describing it or painting it After having lovely hospitality shown us there wo went to DoLand and found many Richmond friends to welcome us Wo wero introduced to some very lovely people Almost every afternoon a party of us went to a lake there are a great many in different directions only a few miles out from DeLand Mr Tom Ar nold once a citizen of Richmond and now a prosperous real estate agent of DeLand kindly asked us to go out with him in his machine to ace the beauties of a Southern town We were all comfortably seated but as ho went to turn around ho got hold of the wrong part and it started at full speed dashing Into the curbing As it did not go over the curbing it broke and gave us all a great jar but did not injure anyone except the machine When wo decided to proceed after lingering for a week at tho charming city of DeLand we found that the train South left at 130 at night Trains do not stop at DeLand but at a little junction about five miles out in the woods I was asked to go with a party to the theatre the night I left to pass away some of tho time and after enjoy ing the evening until 11 oclock I returned to the hotel and at 12 oclock the auto came that was to take us to the junction It was oxtremolycold but wo got there without accident When we arrived we were informed that the train going South had run off the track a Jacksonville and was two and a half hours late It finally came and was terribly crowded but we had already en gaged berth so got comfortably settled for the remainder of tho night We traveled the next day until I30 and then arrived at Fort Me ers ex pecting to eave immediately on tho boat for Naples but found it did not leave until the next day so we staid at the Royal Palm Hotel over night and the next morning wQnt down to the pier back of the hotel to fish A mate on the Whinn a boat belonging to Mrs Gerry at the hotel in which she travels from New York down to Florida was extremely nice to mother and me and took us on board and showed us all over the boatWe left that afternoon at 130 and had a lovely voyage of about six hours The water was perfectly smooth until about half qn hour before we landed and then a storm came up and we had a very hard time landing The next morning which was Sunday we arose to see what kind nightbeforelong pier from which many fish could bo caught a number of lovely comjort able cottages for rent and an extremely nice hotel It was most too early for the people yet and there wore only five of us Mrs Sturdevant manager Dr Caldwell a doctor from Louisville and Mr Dutch from Dayton The five of us went for a drive down tho beach to the pass tho next day It was tho most beautiful sight I have over seen and I have seen a great many Monday night the Freedman family of Louisville and other passengers came The men have killed a great many plover and ducks Mr Dutch went wild turkey hunting and brought back ono weighing sixteen pounds The meat was delicious Also kiITedbttjtheydoot are very good nevertheless No one ba been deer hunting yet but it is said there are a great many here Quantities offish have been caught As it is rather early it has been just a little too cold to jo in the water but some of us went in sad found it very pleasant This about winds up my experiences both good and bad I sincerely Ipag for my Richmond friends and if they cant bo with me I beg thorn to write to me If any interesting things occur I will nrrite another letter but will not bore iou with this long a onO again With raucli love te all I rewaia a Rkkaaondi yfld aM frI to alI WIw di r l1 W t l 1 i i14 fi i 1P1 Low Cut Pricest i ON High Cut Shoes0 Mens 800 High Top 5hoes sroosehide E opted 600 700If 550 600 5X0 500 r4 00 fu 400 325 f 350If V 300 51SS Rice XVr n oldTRY OUR ONE PRICE The Capital City Climax Man Takes a Peep at Solons Not Much Doing The editor of The Climax was in Frankfort the other day and took a peep at the legislative circus and watched the political horses go round As was predicted in last issue of this paper pros pects for much legislation of value are very slim and it will surprise us if any thing of consequence is done The trouble is all brought about by tie effort to pass a bill making the county instead of the town the unit in local option elections This effort is being fought by the whisky people with all their strength and nothing ever before the Kentucky Legislature has attracted so much interest The first skirmish came when the bill was introduced and the President of the Senate referred it to the committee Religion and Morals The drys claim this committee is composed of members favorable 10 the liquor interests and the bill will never be reported To use language familiar to lobbyists it will be put to sleep in the committee Every day there is a parlimentary skirmish of some kind and the outcome will be watched with interest The bill was also introduced in and will be passed by the House but knowing ones say its doom is scaled in the Senate A great flood of bills have been introduced some good ones and others of no value These have all boon referred to committees but as stated above the county unit bill is brought in on every propositionevery member using his influence on one side or the other and in this way other measures are blocked The old plan you scratch my back and Ill scratch yours is brought to play on every hand and a members standing on the unit measure is brought to bear on everything offered Wo found Madisons lawmakers Messrs Burnam and Herrington look ing after tho welfare of our people as best they can under the circumstances Both have introduced some splendid measures but the chances aro they can not be passed for the simple reason that tho liquor question is blocking the wheels of legislation Our men are on some of the most important committees in the body and stand high with their col leagues If the unit bill should be set tied they will succeed in doing much of great value The now capitol is indeed a beauty and ono of the handsomest buildings we have ever seen Any Kentuckian will feel proud when ho sees this and will be amply repaid for a trip to Frankfort just for this purpose Tho design and construction aro perfect and it is readi ly seen that the people got value received for every dollar put into it Tho solons seem tohave lost interest to a great extent by reason of fact that nothing can be done because of the unit measure and frequently are not in session but a few minutes As the Writer sat in the Senate Chambcr the other day watching some follow try to get througha bill in regard to tuberculosi a Senator suddenly jumped up and moved to adjourn leaving tho speaker standing dumfounded in the floor In stantly there were several seconds to the motion and the Senate stood adjourned We asked why this was done and a wise member said knowingly There was something coming which wo inferred meant some fellow was going tojspring something in regard to the unit bill The time of session is about littlE gone and there has been nothing done and if the members want to keep peace with their constituents they will get busy and do somethingS Wo stepped into the gpvenors office to shake hands and pay our respects and received a most cordial welcome from Mr Willson who by the way is one of thoso broadminded gentlemen never too busy to have n word with a friend After some talk he asked the wrIter Well is there anything I can do for you Wo replied that we would like to have a pardon for being engaged in tho newspaper business when he quick ly retorted Ah my son Im awfully sorry but you will have to take that matter up witn the Lord I can do noth ing as its beyond my power Some member sensitive of tho redic ulous position in which the body has become introduced a bill to make ground hog day u legal holiday and to change the date to Jan 2nd It created much merriment for a time buy when his colleagues realized the stinging Sarcasm it was not near so funny While there is nothing doing yet the ssonleneededfar from rosy L L Itch Relieved at Ooce That terrible itch disappears with the first drops of a simple Compound of oil glyceriaomixedsoothing healing location Used external ly kills the eczema germ inslanly Heretofore thoD remedy has been sold only in 100 bottles but as a spocia offer any sufferer in hls town who has never tried D D D can row botUMIIkIttAM MMferitMfclM MMU ifk Y1fj J Coldson the Chest Ask your doctor the medical name for a cold on the chest He will say Bronchitis Ask him if it is ever serious Lastly ask him if he pre scribes Ayers Cherry Pec toral for this disease Keep IL clos touch with your family physician Ayers Wp1I1 lib our fot1aa We banua alcohol from our medicines We urge you to consult your doctor When YQu tell your doctor about the bad taste in your mouth loss of appetite for breakfast and frequent headaches and willIDr Pennington Dentist Specialist Regulating teeth treating pirea Porcelain Gold inlays Office next door to Government building tf of Keep Your Feet Out Some memberof tho Legislature evi dently one who has been up against bad- boarding houses has introduced a bill to make it unlawful to use the feet knead ing dough Its hard to believe that bread was ever made in this way but the member must have some good proof to cause him to introduce tho bill If it passes you had better keep your feet out of the dough pan or be forced to pay a fine Having decided to quit farming Iwill on the premises o- nWednesday Feb 16 10 at 1130 am sell to tho highest bidder if not sold privately before my farm of 108 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 22x10 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 E H Route 2 WILMORE KY Special Attention is called to the Wm J Oliver IMPROVED CHILLED PLOW unquestionably the best on the We Also the Vulc n Plow and All Repairs Taylor Oldham Dealers in- Everything in the Line Phone 14 Main Street 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 through two men whose combin ed wealth is less than 1000000 Listen and be upheaylive iu making paupers and the laborer The in come from tobacco has gone skyward mules have gone out of sight the have thought it wise to send taxes higher horses are too high What is the matter Is it right The above two men of less than 1000000 capital should furnish rebate from their line sufficient to offset all the extortionate prices they are paying for their meat and poultry These two men are willing to test the experiment forone 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 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 to85 for a full leather rubber tire neatly finished top veryfinestlars and pads halters hitch straps horse covers lap robes priceWehave u first class horseshoer wnd repairer of engines and goodstofrom our shops that is shown to be defective You can use our rebate if your beef has been too high orIcome wn Very respectfullyS Lackey Colyer t- 1hphot232 I XYt il akt iro i fN i Z f1ir 2r p ta sSt tr THESE PRICES CASH Get Our Prices on Heavy Shoes All Kinds LAUNDRY HOUSE FARM FOR SALE Ritchie market Handle Vulcan Hardware compromise Benefited crushing supervisors purchasers ARE FOR A 5ocent bottle of Scotts Emulsion given in halfteaspoon doses four times a day mixed in its bottle will last a yearold baby nearly a month and four bottles over three months and will make the baby strongand well andwill lay the foundation for a healthy robust boy or girlron SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send ICe name of paper and this ad for our beautiful Savings Dank and Childs Sketch Book Each bank contains a Good Ltck Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl Street N Y NoticeSAll parties having claims against the estate of the late Irvine Azbill arc 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 samo at once JM Azbill Admr Wo are here to cater to the trade ot the town and country Citizens jive sa trial J B SANDERS Co 123 tf Phone 57 Torturing eczema spreads its burning area every day Uoans Oint mnnt quickly stops its spreading in etantly relieves tie itching cures it permanently At any drug store flood Coal Saves Money We handle the very besf grades including the celebratedRich COALIand prices are just as low can be foundanywhere Weappreciate your order and guarantee full weight and satisfaction A trial order will convince you that our coal is a little better tbaii you have been getting elsewhere S1H11horpeC Phone 184 Send the Youngster Here if you cannot come in person for your Meats fk We sell only the choicest of be1lla- mb mutton and poultry so Mt jan have to do is to specify the cut ned weight you desire and your littlaemcmi buy as well as you can But como in person if you can Tho sight of our meats alone will give you an appetite C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 125 Take a Good Look at our Diamonds They are what the poet describes as gems of the purest ray serene And at present prices they are a decidedly good investment Why 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 youIlderive trom wearing the ring whilo tho stone gts more and more valuable F JoYEAGERMAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY Handing the Dealer a Check is the most satisfactory way of settling your accounts Even if ho forgets to record your payment the check itself is a receipt for the money there is no going back on If you would avoid all dis putes and misunderstandings open an account with this bank It is ever so much more dignified to pay by check anyway State BankCompanyRichmond =rY ====== ===== CLEARANCE SALE BeginingMondaYt HidingFebruary All articles on which we feelourselves overstocked wlUbmarked down to prices that will sell tham 8 day Iron Clocks worth 1000 Sale Price V R fin8 day Wood Clocks worth S4 and 85 Sale Price 3au 4 Brass Jardiners and Brass Gem Dishes 950t0 8 Sale Pricel255Everything will be proportion SplendidtuNity to get goods of quality at bargain prices K H LSELANEBig t intveili r Ji C i r tiJi ftovt lJ o c jgft I i f t1tInntttt t t t I t ei iiie I I I i ie JjSs s Se a V i Ss 11 e 3s S S S VVVe JS Dress Gooulsd Shoes Skirts S Cloaks Linings 1 SVVelvets Plushes s Corduroys Velveteens GlovesVMillinery Handkerchiefs Laces 0 Embroideries S Veiling Ribbons NeckwezrV Trimmings S NotionsV ButtonscOhs 0 Furs g Fancy Goods eVee eV0 F 1f Mcas 00Vw iviagazineeincluding a Free PatternVe E 50 cts a Year sVSs flV VV VV- iMcCall Pattern No 3183VCQUISITE DINNER OR EVENING 1 GOWN Vr Orchidcolored M ii silk i casmcre wIth drapery in the samo tone and andmulllatesrMtCallPubljcationsVV J3T if Respectfully Submitted the Cash Trade 0SV E V ELDER i100- sS1 0000 teGIa8scSS 55 J npkz llattkV Jcttt 1fiidt g Capital and Surplus over 2500000 Why We Advertise because we want you to know more about us and we- want your businessV What Have We to Offer You Every convenience and that can be found in well equipped bank safe depository fpr all the funds entrusted to our care uniform courtesy nd considerate liberality in the treatment of our pat rons Let us demonstrate how wellwecan serve you WOODS President FISH Vicu President IVV KEMPER Cashier rt Bast End MillsJ B Sanders Co Props Richmond KenVWe are In the market for Wheat and Corn at the highest cash market price and keep on bands at all timesVFlour Meal Shipstuff thicken Feed Cracked Corn and Graham FJour We make speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn toaccomodate the far mers tradeVOur Motto Live and Let Live Give chance and watch grow J B Sanders CoVLocntedat CrosBincou Irvine Street Pohne 57 Richmond Kentucky Nervous WomeuV L For nervous tired women we1ecommeIid Oar dui Carduiis ivpmans jnedicine It acts specifi ally on the einala organs and has tonic building effect on the whole system It contains no harmful ingredients being pure extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it fair trial TAKE CARD U I- VI It Will Help YouJ35 tried Cardul and writes Wri w WGardnerof IPduch Ky have bern Isritfor eken year Carduiit just Ithink 4B years old and feel Uklc1iffer woman since nave befm- 1HIlg am down aIm ervoue- ii used to suffer If but now the P4iJiareltn gone aid leep goo if1 cifor YOQDg olcLfr1 AI1L AA IfOBIf 1111VVVyf SISV TVsSSS- Art Goods Hosiery Underwear VCorsetsLinens Flannels Towels Wash eSheetingsMuslins SOS Curtainst Portiers Felt 5500 VDraperies Parasols UmbrellasV CarpetsV Mailings SClothing 0 11TP umeryaBrushes and Complete 5SI0 BazaarS50 McCall PatternsJO 0- None Higher t 55QsV5 wu iVs JI 0 adCSS oe e ii OB 0 tC 0 asf tS S 1 t 1 e i II a 1 9 r 1 Of a t if 1 O8 p 7S a es ee 03 e a 110 9 Gle e e e a G o sS oo S SS S s s S 09 I accomodation a 4 E L W C W G 1 a is us a us VV R R r a a a vegetable a i I i r rf 1 l 5I- t el f a 1 Se r ft a Dont get the idea into ycut 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 c Bii1dngMaterial MmiNmmiiiiiiiiMMiimiimiimmiiiiiu Come in mid let us convince you that ours is tnat yard your perplexities will end rnd your wants be satisfactorliy filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying COMPANYINear L De- potNew New New I have just opened a large and handsome stock of aperJjiutho Schlegol building on ThifiTsireet and cordial invite an in spection of same Wo arc prepared to do v FIRST CLASS PAPERHANGING x on shortest notico and in tho best manner AVill npprccinto n call Remember this paper sin stock and can bo done promptly woLOVLJBIBDS House Painting Decorating Etc VtAttractive Printing Draws Tde r Let Us Y trs H WeCah Please t1 k X l TheBest Groceries iz1 AT THE L west Prices may always be found at cur store We handle the best goods on the market at solutely pure and r Fresh New Clean We have all kinds of Fancy Groceries as well as tlie Staples and can fill your warts on shortest notice A ttitl Qcder i pleaseYour JAM1 B PARKI r HPI3OD STREETII r IfM tr J1fPIWin tJ u d Be Richmond Climax MU5ED am TilE CLIMAX PRINTING CO IncorporatedIA D LOUIS LANDRAM Editor II PRESS aSV UICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADV ANCg WEDNESDAY FEB 0 1910 4 FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce lion HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county a candidate to succeed himself in Congress from this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations Not the flying machine nor the locomotive but tolerance In religion Js the greatest discovery made In the last 300 years Hev Dr Newell DwIght mills Congregationalist Brooklyn The Church The church pities the masses but does not suffer with them as Christ did Until she does she will never remind men of hr FotfndcrRevJobnB- alcom Shaw Presbyterian Chicago Righteousness- The first determining element of In fluence JS righteousness plain every day righteousness It Is more essen tial by tar than mere respectability Rev George Hodges Episcopalian Boston Tho Orthodox Hell Neither tyrant nor fanatic ever con cclvecl a more diabolical scheme than that of the orthodox bell If the Su preme Being tortures unbelievers with unquenchable fire then Nero was but a feeble Imitator of hisRev P W Taylor TJnlvcrsallst Brooklyn Spirit of Philanthropy Christianity Is a religion of health because its spirit of philanthropy In spires men to minister unto the sick and to seek to alleviate their suffering Jesus not only thus ministered but lie called upon his disciples to do so and ever since he lived ho has inspired men with the feeling of pity and compas slon which has been fruitful In the al leviation of human suffering Rev C Waldo Cherry Presbyterian Troy NYV Homespun ReligionVThe religion of today lacks dura bility just as the clothes of today lack the wearing quality of the old fash ioned homespun We are Inclined to dwell too lightly on things that are sacred The reverence of our Puritan ancestors for the church for the Bible and sacred things in general would be a fine example to the modern church Her John F Herget Baptist Cin cinnati Love cf Self Behind all needless disturbances of the soul behind all griefs and pains behind nil fear there Is a false love of self which shuts out the faith which alone could give It peace and happi ness As soon as ever we forget self as soon as ever we set aside selfish considerations the storms of life be gin to case and bur ship runs smoothly with the wind What we need are the wider love and the deeper faith the assurance that no real evil can come to us In Gods worldRcr GcorgeR Gebauer Unitarian Duluth Minn Restriction of Care The man who would conquer carp must restrict It to the day It is the future that breeds anxiety misery and confusion worse confounded A cer tutu degree of thought must be exercised In regard to the necessities of life The not taking thought about the proper means of providing for them selves and their families is one of the principal causes of vice and crime The Christ never Intended by his words to make men thoughtless In any sense of the word and we certainly do not wish to father such a thought There Is however an overauxlety abroad among men There is an exercise of thought that is perfectly legitimate and requisite hut In prosecuting the great object of life there Is great need that we be warned against overanxlety Rev Arthur J Francis Congregationalist New YorkVWoman Mans Equal In the history of social economy wo man fohudVberself in the beginning at zero nud through the ngea she has developed slowly and risen Disguised as men women have sought and strug gled for emancipation for liberty from the thrall of superstition and even yet she wears the fetters of pagan bond age ages old For Instance she Is guilty of sacrilege if she enters o church with uncovered head the bur den of her twentieth century headgear Is the toll she pays to the gods of Greece Nobody can doubt the po sitlon the Apostle Paul would the to lay on that question There Is the tragedy of feminine genius masquerad lug under masculine names In book stores and printshops that its literary products may lull a market women knocking at the doors of colleges and begging for admittance standing In the market place demanding the right to make a living by the use ft their tOday1sgrandmother but the next generation will see the last link In the chain of womans bondage broken and she wIlt be politically free By every right of Intelligence of property of character women should enfranchised Here we have a democracy onehalf of whose adult population Is denied the ballot It Is said women havent sense enough to vote Well It doesnt take much With a higher average In intelligence than the male population Dwning 40 per cent of the taxnble- bropertyahld with n monopoly in vir lasIedLwlthJTn every old world kingdom woman theron a tf x or n three legged stool as a magistrate glut the women are going to vote because they want to A few years hence and wo will wit 1loplerrl Daptistse Best work prompt delivery Norma City Laundry Get in on tho piano cpntCstV VVV St h Fire L tt Acddcntand tlealf h Insur n11panfcsWm Splendid piano to bn givorinwajyitXcr sial City Laundry You haye a fchJtncf with every order S or work f VVVrVVVVVVV JHft rt li ft 1fA Tqr pi MM tqVVmtII fbAn K 1I6Ut J it n ntfg aTE Lumber For SaIeVBarn bills and all kinds rough lumber Inoak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write- J A STEVENS W T HICKS tfVV Richmond Ky For Rent In tho John G Taylor building two elegant OlHce rooms either single or- en suIte Ware house on Orchard St and L and N RailroadVPhone 202 Colby II Taylor J The Richmond Steam Laundry atyoar service Call or ring 52 Dissolution NoticeV The firm of Douglas Culton has by mutua consent been dissolved Mr Douglas retiring from the firm Those indebted to the firm are requested call and settle those haying claims will kindly present samo at office for pay mont JL4t VVIL DOUGLAS C C CULTOX Eggs Wanted If you want eggs give your fowls a few doeesoi Bourbon Egg Producer and watch them lay This preparation acts gently on the fowls digestive and earRproducing organs and makes them lay amazinglvTry it and see Sold by Perry Thomas 4 StrayedV From Kirksville Friday night Dec baymare with blazo face three white feet mineV5jgJy gray whore collar rubbed Will give 3 reward for return to me about 2 miles from Kirksville HENRY WHITE Farmers Take Notice Epidemics como in tho Fall and Springand every year thousands of farmers loso their bogs Bourbon Hg Cholera Remedy is the only known core ami preventive for hog cholera A few doses now maysave the loss of your entire herd Sold by Perry Thomas a Is your property insuredagainst fire Better see Breck and Smith and take a policy j122m Farm For Sale IIavp just listed for immediate sale possession to be 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 level one hundred and ten acres in cultivation fdrty in good grass forty in clover wellwatered by everlast ing springs and ponds Fencing is first class new IMPROVEMENTS Twostory eightroom brick house large stock barn good large tobacco barn good tenant house good brick meat house ice house arid in fact all usual anti necessary outbuildings Half mile of good school two and half miles of Jchurehes and within five miles of railroad station Is on II F D and telephone linoPIUCIiS2200000 TermsFive thousand cash Remainder one to five years deferred pity m nts to bcaffcix per cent lean show the farm any day J T FERRIELL Real Estate Agent Richmond K- yRailway Mail Clerks Wanted The Government pays Railway Mall Clerks 500 to 1200 and other employees np 102500 annuallyUncle will hold spring examinations throushou Itho country for 1ail way Mail Clerks Custom House Clerks atcnpsrajihers Bookkeepers Departmental Clerk and other Government Positions Thousands of appointments will be made Any man or woman over 18 in City or Country can get Instruc lion and free information by writing at once to the Bureau of Instruction 34G G Hamlin Building Itochorter N Y PUBLIC LAND SALE- s agent for the White heirs will sell to the highest and Iest bidder on the premises i miles south of Richmondand 14 mile from Caleast on the Silver breek and Menelaus VVVturnpike onV Thursday Feb 10 1910 at 10 oclock A M 73810 Acres of Land wned by the late Win H Vhjte This latrd is all in lue grass Iris not been plow id for 21 years it is fine to aeco and hemp land has ood tenanthouse wellwaiter d and fence JOinsthe land fW H Hen JenpaveSinh lions James B White Jan Butner and C Cv Coy 4 TERMS Ou thIrdVcash onethird in twelve months merlin rd in two yearswith ien retained on Iandaf6p ent interest until pureThtV tioney is paid Posseysio ien on day of saleVr Aa D White Agt- wI11frrI3sVVI Cream Vermifu g THE 8WWTEEI WORM REM EDY TI jLDRENS FYOITE0- WAlIC OP IMIYAf 14 I 4iitt1 r j a complete set of steel attachments hardened bearing a flat tension needle bar take up selfsetting needle a large bobbin selfthreading shuttle a belt retainer automatic bobbin winder and an instruction book that is very easy to understand It is the very best machine that you can buy at the price Ten years guarantee against all defects in- material and workmanship VV x Makes a Valuable New Years Present for your Wife HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves x Opposite Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTU KY We are Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies for all Machine Notice I will stand mv red boar hog at my home on Big lull Avenue at 5100 Money due at time of service I have some nice young hoars big enough for service for sale 12 82m Win B TurteyV Try Mary Patent Flour fioni the New Mill in town Phone 57 128tt J B Sanders Co II C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Gener Public Prices Reasonable See him or write Union City K- A y ST7Xj3iJ VjfikN r AlTOBNBYATLA RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jmceover State Bank Trust Co op tosite Court House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephonj2o7 Office inOldbam Buucnujr JG BOSLEYP- hysician and Surgeon Office over Stanifer e Sopors VRoonis2and3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 230 Res Phone 210 Dr HobDentist McKee Block I Q D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS ATLAW ICHHOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ills groceryV R Emmett Million Successor to Burftfn tDe- nnyDENTIST Over State Bane Trust Compauy TELEPHONE Tarry M BlantonV 3p DENTIST fjOfflce lt ReDDen Bui m wy hLi Is lie iiiiTThe SEWING MACHINE IHas VLUMANAND H1GNVV8V aJu 0 r tL FRESH OYSTERS IGoOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD to EAT ALL HOURS RlCClSNEW RESTAURANT Fancy Groceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco Corner Main and SecondRICHMOND KY FRESH OYSTERS 11 0 11Ti1TiV VVIDESIn the Market for all kinds of FurstSknks Possums Musk Rats Etc Be sure and call me over phone tcfore selling as In save you moneyr MoWIDESTELEPHONE iMgiV 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY Penny Photos POS11OIISfVV fJanuaryMcGaughey lMoberley TheBestitunga1ows C theeTo Build Them AII LumberDOO1SKinds Fliril id and 2ply Felt Roofing- VTOdaEdVafdS Lumber Co Phone OOCorner Main Orchard Rid mond Ky f rlinu C futhes AFF TIP EE5T CICTPE5 Bench iIilordVtReady to Wear V4 Guaranteed not to Shrink or Fade tOyarf eXFfn r ce tEe Vfactcry tai11ee in- stiit alEizes frem thllest bov to largest n1pe Ne7VestVStCVCk 1 inc y tc t t t fwm t Fine Line New St- yleflat and Furnishing Goods Suit Gases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for Hgh dass goods r J Bbuffer-I 0OIQt3f Et blabd foJhinr aw liorli HQU l Pchncnd CURES BRONCHITIS THREE SIZES 25c SOc AND 100 BALLARD SNOW UNIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO Sold end Recommended by1ttPERRY THOMAS Rural TelephonesMr Farmer Make your home as modem for your family as n city resi dence and place yoursef in a position to pet the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small compared with thebene fits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville rannesise for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can iniofBdiately MississippittV EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated i r Women Suffer Agonies KidneysAndReal Cfouse of their Condition These poor sufferlngx women 4 have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entire ly due to Ills of their seL Usually the kidneys and bladder are re sponsible or largely so And in such cases the kidneys and bind andiThose torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in back gra and limbs bloating and swell Ing ct the extremities extreme oervodsness or hysteria listless Bfess and constant tired wornout feeling are almost certain symp tomsOf disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills have in thousands of cases it remarkablybenefIcial it female organismaffording the most relief and permanent illustration of what these do Mrs P M Bray of Ibenefit On writes that she was with kidney trouble and is now welland that r are what cured her 1They aro very pleasant to take i and can in no case produce any systemcDruggistsr Cash Store iThe lady who never invested never discover ed truth We are showing Nkw nrSuperior Quality Good Styleslh I Lowest Prices t I Suits Dresses Capes Corsets flHatr Etc Pitting oy James Moore v JBWalkerSecond Street Richmond j Wz The Burton Water System Water Works For Country Homes Br our Pneumatic Water System water is forced where house stable or tor all domestic per poses and tor fire protection Cool water summer and ice water ne M not be to stock in winter Tank underground freezing or bursting ol pipes Entirely automatic in action Air pressure generated 4 by band pump vr Jidmill or engine Sold rDAYS TRIAL r Awarded two neda1 and two dIplomas at St LouIs Woilds Fair Hundreds our individual water works plants are UC We have many letters from these satisfied usen and about city h ok form It makes a book strong Psnal free Costs f500 and accorifSne to your requirements Write for toil tar ticular A COMPANY arations are apt to do- E C DeWitt Co HI want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney and bladder to at once write them and a trial box of these Pills will be sent free by return mail poat paid Do It today t the now the Mrs i i Ky in yard in no on of In have published of them in of opilliciofa up C BURTON WATER SUPPLY Chicago diseases The Intent best and cheapest plant for sto wnler unUer pressure always reliable sure and safe Can be put in bv yourself and operated by hund motor pnFolInc engine w inil Jiilli nod is the latest and best water supply system This WFteni Js Ideal for farms country hcmcp iuburban places nnd can be adapted to anr place condition or position verybestplace modern have all the JateEt impmvenentS Splendid vropcrtyGetplace and have baths and all the coyi forts of a city home The Cost Is fill cht the benefit is mill P This cut shows n cistern un band pump Sold Bv RichODdloto Iuibing Cu y c4 wP1M4 c FAkIii OnClfADDi glib GktI1EETRIGG REGISTER ROCKFORIXIA CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED J This matter must not be reprinted with Out special permission SHOULD PLAY SAFE Considering the deplorable condition In Which seed corn Is admitted to be fur the coming seasons planting it will be the height of folly for any corn grower to plant seed frcm any eats that have not been given a care ful Individual test There are several types of testing racks and boxes jou the market which arc very handy but the homemade tester will answer the purpose very well If one hasnt the price The idea to be carried out Is to take at least six kernels from each ear so arranging the testing box that one has an accurate reference between yie six kernel groups and the car from which the groups were taken lerhaps the most convenient means of doing tills is by fixing a shallow box as long md broad as desired and about five inches deep spreading moist earth or sawdast ln the bott jm to the depth of two Inches and on this placing a piece of white cloth about ten inches larger than the box all around which has been marked off In squares of about two Inches and a half and numbered hi consecutive order TIle cars from which tile kernels are taken should be In such order that the operator wilt know from which car each group of six kernels IsI taken When the squares all have their quotas of six kernels each a piece of cloth of about tie same size as the first should be placed carefully over the kernels and when this has been placed so as to cover all tho kernels and with edges extending outside the box a third cloth bould be laid on and on this should be spread the sawdust o other ma terial which Is to be used and this moistened sufficiently so as to make germination possible When loadwL the testing box should be placed In a warm room and when It has stood about a week the covering should be raised at tbe corner and If the ger mination has proceeded far enough to tell the story the first cloth with ths sawdust shauld be carefully removed The cloth Immediately over the seed can then be removed without dIsturb- Ing or dislocating the kernels which He beneath when the story of the ger minating power of the ears will be plainly told In deciding which ears to eliminate It Is just as necessary to discard ears whose kernels show weak vitality as those which fall to ger minate at all Only those should be selected jvhlch show vigorous root and shoot development in at least five out of six kernels If the scarcity of seed corn necessitates tile use of ears show- Ing only four good kernels this fact should be kept In mind In selecting plates for the planter boxes as more seed will have to be used to secure the desired stand Unless a careful method of testing individual ears like that outlined above Is followed there will be thousands of fields of corn nest season that will have half a stand of corn or less- OPPORTLJWTIES CLOSE BY With the present rapid movement of population to the western states and the quite complete occupation of the choicest areas the writer is convinced youngmanto look over carefully opportunities in the central and New England states particularly along the line of twenty to thirty acre tracts which may be work ed Intensively to garden truck small fruits and poultry Thj relative value of such tracts which may be bad at very reasonable prices would depend chiefly upon the workable character and fertility of the soil and nearness to a market where the produce of the farm could be disposed of at good prices Many an easterner Is operat- Ing just such areas as these hi the manner indicated and is not only mak lag a living for himself and family but is accumulating a snug bank account One could readily get track of such a tract by sending a three line advertisement to any agricultural paper of gen eral circulation published In the section hi which one wishes to locate THE HOTBED- It is none too early to begin making plans for the hotbed which should be located in a sheltered sunny spot The bed can be started much earlier If the preliminary work digging the pit making the frame and laying by a supply of soil was done last fall before freeze up In such case all that will be necessary will be to put in the pit and pack down about ten inches of fresh horse manure wet It with seven or eight palls of water allow It to stand until tho heating proccsu gets well started and then put on four or live Inches of earth As soon as this becomes warm enough the seed may be sown If the preliminary work was not done last fall one would have to wait until ilio ground thawed suffi ciently to permit the digging of the pit If the work Is delayed as a re suit of this the early things may be started in boxes in the house and later transplanted to the hotbed Every farm worth 100 per acre should have a herd of dairy cows a flock of fifty sheep a silo and a ma nure spreader lIt is not only the height of cruelty bad management to keep an active full lived horse or for that mat ter an old plug tied up In a stall week after week without driving it or giv ing it opportunity for exercise by cavorting about In a yard The housewife who takes a just prldo In a clean kitchen and dining room floor will doubtless appreciate It If the muddy boots or overshoes are left In the back room and some lighter cleaner footwear put on when the men enter the living rooms A housewife who has given It a trial recommends a lotion of equal parts of turpentine ammonia aud raw linseed oil as a ready means of relief from frosted feet and chilblains The lI liniment should bo applied three or tout tittles a day as conditions seem to demand notation as a principle of soil cul ture Is not only good for the field crops but for those raised In the gar den patch as well Such rotation not only rests the soil but tends to check the development of fungous and other Pests which are likely to infest the ground it the same crop is produced on the same plot year after year There are many farmers who could have or carry out no more practical New Years resolution than the pur hase and use of a good manure spreader It will not only mean fewer blisters and callouses on the hands through freedom from forking the stuff off the wagon but will likewise mean a great many dollars more In pocket as a result of a more economical han dling of the farm fertilizers and from realizing a larger per cent of their value in increased crop returns As a result of three years of careful testing in the seeding of oats at the Illinois experiment station it has been found that when drilled oats produce on an average 53 bushels per acVe more than when sown broadcast in ihe common slipshod fashion The in reased yield is attributed to more uni form germination and stand and more even growth and maturity It was also found in this connection that lover drilled with oats seemed milch better able to withstand the dry weath er just following harvest If there Is any ground for the state ment alleged that ninny a farmer in dairy sections Is selling his butter fat at 30 to 35 cents per pound and buy- Ing butterine beef suet and cotton seed oil etcat 1C to 20 tents a pound to grease his pancakes with very lit tie enthusiasm will be aroused on kin behalf ou the part of the day laborer who Is buying butter or some other kind cf fat all of the time and has none to sell Country people should use creamery butter or go without if they expect to vein public favor lu their war on the olcogargarine trust A lot of feeders should realize more fully than they seem to the difference in revenue between the scrub ill favored steer that has n hard time fetch ing 5 per hundredweight on the mar ket and the quickly grown blocky Hereford Angus or Shorthorn grade that weighs 1300 to 1450 pounds and brings 850 per hundredweight The chances arc that the scrub pound for pound has cost more to produce than the fat sleek grade yet he has brought SVj cents abound less Another fea ture of the situation worth remember- Ing is that the inarketJs usually flood ed with the five dollar stuff while the good grade steer Is always at a pre mium and buyers are anxious to get them Why does one fruit tree of the same age size and apparent thriftiness as others in the same orchard tract yield a larger quantity of fruit as well as a better quality Many horticulturists believe that such a trait is due to tree individuality in the same way that ex ceptional milk capacity is an individu al trait In dairy cows and vlgor and large size and symmetry traits of resentatives of beef types Moreover- lhe horticulturist believes that just as characteristics may be transmitted In the animal kingdom so tree traits may be through bud or scion to Its descend ants The Colorado and some other horticultural stations are experiment ing along this line and In the near fu ture hope to furnish conclusive proof of what seems to be a very reasonable hypothesis Southern corn belt and cotton belt states are coming to look upon soy beans as a legume of exceptional value for use in crop rotations as a soil renovator in this respect being a desirable substitute for clover and alfalfa It thrives under the same general conditions as does conI though flourishing on much thinner soils The soy beans not only serves the purpose well as a pasture ned makes good hay Itcut before the vines are too ripe but makes excellent silage when sown with corn or a fine green manure It plowed under In sections where the conditions are favorable and the season long enough the soy bean will produce from fifteen to twenty bushels of beans per acre these making an excellent ration when ground with corn and baring twice the feeding value at that cereal In getting a start with the legume best results are secured by inoculating the field with soil from an established field or by inoculating the seed with cultures which one can secure fresh and reliable from the department of agriculture at Washington s4- U l George ErigIsh j 1LPLUMBING 1 Doctor for 1Gds and Gasoline Engines I ll Agents for W 1forcountry210 E Main Street Phone 6191 l RICHMOND KENTUCKY i J Quarters We are established in our pew quartrs in the pld City Hall building anieetter prepared than eyer to care for your siring Thing tisr your Hides Furs and Iron 3resh Groceries and Vegetables jn season sri Ihurman Grocert r 1 w copanyo Lm4 KHeate81909 crop oftdater wheat aggregated a little over 200000000 bushels Tho production otrret1Jo cereal on which the nation relics Xor Its food supply Is placed at 884000000 bushels A fact that itIs well for the one just starting in orchard work to remember is that winter pruning as a general thing tends to Induce production of wood while pruning In tho late spring and early mimmer encourages a set ting of fruit buds Not all western fruit ranchmen are wise as one we came across the other day neglected a thirty acre rdoch which would bare Increased In value at tho rate of 150 per acre during the year to handle an automobile agency through which he got a 200 commis sion on a 1500 machine lie lost just about 4300 by the deal The reason why tuberculosis as a bovine ailment afflicts the dairy cow more seriously than tile steer In the feed lot seems Jargely traceable to the fet that the steer rarely lives be yond the age of three while the dairy cow may be doing service at tho pail when tea or twelve The average steer doesnt live long enough to be sick While the volcanic ash soil to bY found in some sections of the west makes a fearful dust during the sum mol months the fact remains that It b marvelously rich In fertilizing ele meats This Is especially noticeable in the Yakima valley where In places this soil as fine ns bolted flourls said to extend to a depth of seventy fcgt In all agricultural communities our standards of good citizenship should more and more come to give hlglr place to the man whether owner or tenant who at the end of a season leaves thespil which bo has tended In as fertile and productive a condition as when he found It And it should class as very real traitors to the coun trys best interest and welfare the very large class who despoil and rob the soil ruthlessly The English potato crop for the year 1000 averaged 238 bushels per acre ns against au iwcragc In the United States of about 103 bushels It Is well to remember too In this connection that the English average was secured on Jands which have been tilled for 100 or 800 years while here the land has not been cultivated on ah average sixty or seventy years There ought to be a suggestion In these figures for the American agriculturist The agricultural department Is con tinuing Its vigorous warfare against weevil pest which has exacted such heavy toll from southern cotton growers and as a result of Its efforts parasitic enemies have been Introduced which are greatly lessening the dam age sustained In some fields In Lou Isfana as high as 77 per cent oNthe boll weevils have been destroyed br these Insect enemies and at various points In Texas from 21 to 48 percent of the weevils have been destroyed by the same agency- Jnvcstigatlons which have been made by the Nebraska experiment station into the causes of sorghum poisoning show that this result is due to the presence of Prussic acid in the green leaves of young and old sorghum plants and Kaffir corn The poisons seem always to be present In minute quantities but Is developed in danger OtIS quantities when the plant is ar rested ra certain stages of Its growth by dry weather It Is more than like ly that to this same poison Is due the frequent death of stock which haq eaten of the green shoots nnd suckers In a field of corn following a period of retarded development The present session of congress promises to have on Its hands another seance with the oleomargarine ques tion The present tax on this hog fat beef fat cottonseed oil mixture when uncolored is but onefourth of a cent per pound but If colored to Imitate butter the tax Is 10 cents per pound It is this little tax that the oleo chaps ore trying to get reduced In order that they may have a still largcc profit on the sale of the product which Is dis posed of at a handsome profit even with the present tax at from 10 to k2 cents a pound less than Is asked for best grades of butter x On the one hand the laboring man contends or the oleo prcducer contends for him that butter at 33 cents n pound is decidedly a luxury and out of his reach that If he wants to buy a fatty product colored to Imitate butter It Is nobodys business bit his own and that if he chooses to purchase It he ought not to save to pay a tax to the government any more than the more well to do citizen should who elects to eat butter There Is much force to his argument The dairymen on the other hand con tend that the coloring of this oleo prod uct Is done so that it may be sold under the belief on the part of the pur chaser that It Is butter or that when eating It It will be easier for him to think that it Is butter which the farm er contends Is essentially a fraud and works a hardship on his industry in that with ted stuff so high It is ini possible for him to produce butter at lower prices without actual loss It looks very much as If the controversy Involved a conflict of Interest between the packing house owners and the dai rymen with the chances that the del rymen will win out because they are n a majority Elderly People Helped Free The hsfyears of life are the sweet est and yet the most difficult toprp long It is then that the greatest care is exercised in maintaining bodily health But the chief care should al ways be with regard to the food you eat and whether you are digesting it properly YOU should not allow your self to become constipated No doubt you have tried salts ned cathartic pills tablets etc and have come to the conclusion that they are violent In action and do but temporary good Listen then to the voice of ex perlellce with to a wonderful and mlM laxative Dr Caldwclls Syrup Pep sin It Is nt new only we are trying to find new friends for It A A Felts of Johnston City IB suf fered from stomach trouble for six years and found his cure In Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin HU wife uses It too with success We could jwrao hundreds or others Some heard of It first through neighbors or friends others through the doctors offer to send an sufferer from a stomach liver or bowel complaint a freo pample boWo for trial without charge If you trill send your name and address be will send you a trial bottle direct to your home It It prove ItseK as ho- ctalrae then continue the treatment by or 1 bottle ot your peoPle1Hkevegnaent AIeof Chough a free bottle- ieat to tamerlt8 reeu1ta are awaye giirnteed from the reharb- e4tiea boght of rugti wko will 1fmI yer IOMylt tt does not atJfy1- OIt SMd at l Mt for fhe tree teat boLOs If here nythIg about your atloMnt tht7MIdoBt nnd egstand otMt you want any iMdical advice wrU tit UM doctor and be wIll answer iou Jul17 TIler Is It oMrP for Iani- I The IlltsN Ii 101 B- CJilfttlI us- UIeI I rnKfVfoMMfA1 If Women Only Knew What a Heap of Happiness It Would Bring to Rich mond Homes Hard to do housework with an ach lug back Brings you hours pf misery at leisure or at work If women only knew the cause that Backache pains comes from kid ness Twould save much needless woo Doana Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys Many residents of this vicinity en dorse them Mrs Nelson Richmond Ave Mt Sterling Ky sayS I can ctrtainly give Doans Kidney Tills my highest endorsement They have pioven of great benefit to too and 1 believe that if I had used them I would be in poor health today I was nearly driven wild on account of a constant ache in my back I felt tired gud worn out and the least tiling worried me I alo suffered irom nervouse headache Since using Doans Kidney Pills 1 feel like a different woman I takt this remedy whenever 1 feel a slight return of the trouble and it never fails to give me prompt relief For sale by all dealers Price 50 cIS FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York soleagents for theUnited States Remember the naroe Doans and take no other j 1m Kidney disease is a dangerous ailment Yoirsliotild never delay a moment to take some good teliablo dependable remedy In such eases we recommend Kidney and Bladder Pills These won del ful pills are being used by thousands of people dfiily with fine results lliev are for weak kidneys wepkback backache irflsmm1 Ion of the badd r and nil urinary disorders sod by All Druggists f lin The famous little liver pills are De Witts Little Early Risers They are safe sure gentle and easy to take When you ask for DaWitts CaiboKzed Witch Hazel Salve refuse to accept a substitute or imitation De Witts Oat bolz d Witch Hizel SUve Ts good for anything when you need n snlve and it id especially good for piles Sold by All Druggists flm For Sale Privately Since the death of my father who at tended to our jackstock I find I can not give them the attention thoV should have and attend to my oflicc I will therefore sell privately the following stock nine Tacks running from 7 months f o 7 years old All well bred 0 ready for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from 1 colt to aged jennet well bred 5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Call oii or ad dress rne at Richmond Ky l5tf UOY C WHITE A Safeguard To Children Our two children oi six and eight years have been since infancy snbjtc to and croup About thiee ycais ago I startettot1e TTolevs Honey and Tar and it tins never failed to prevent and cuie these troubles It is the only medicine I ran got the children to take without a row Tneabove from W C Ornstein Green Hay Wis duplicates the experience of thousands of other users of Foleys Honey and Tar It cures conghf colds and and prevents bronchitis and pneumonia Sold by Stockton and Son flm To feel stiong have good appetite and digestion sleep soundly and enjoy life use Burdock Blood Bitters the great system tonic and builder flm Itch Itch Itch Scratch Scratch Scratch The more you scratch the worse the itch Try Doans Qlntmonr It cures piles eczema any skin itching All druggists sell it Mm Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands Tho Northwesteni Mutual Life Insurance GJ will loan money at C per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply toJO Ohenault Atty UOif Richmond Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 21nly Lock on the Bright Side We should look on the bright side When our hearts drop It Is because we weigh our troubles but do not put our blessings Into the balance We magni fy crosses and overlook joys that ar not to be numboredKcv Juuius B IJemunsynder Lutheran New York Death Nota Tragedy There is no fact more beueiicentthan death The tragic fact Is not that people die but that so many deaths are premature To eliminate death from our life would be a stupendous calaflp Ity It would cut us off from the ca reer and destiny for which we are made Hev Dr John Reid Shannon Methodist Episcopal Washington Piety of Columbus We praise Columbus fur what makes him admirable In the eyes of the world but above all forthat which the world little notes or vnlueshls deeply religious spirit As Ishlghlr fitting and even logically Imperative we give our tribute jo his honor n dis tinctly religious character Hew John B Harncy Catholic Racine WIs Sympathy For the Fallen There are many warnings and Illus trations of Samba who have fallen all about us and their stories touch the true heart and call for heroic action and sympathy from every true child oh God To the fallen we can point tri the Christ who saved tbe Magdalene to the true we can speak the word c- iwarulngRev E L House Congregationalist Spokane Wash Lincoln Helped by Religion In the darkest hours of the war those before GettysburgLinediu spent a night In the study of Henry Ward Bcccber What happened there none but those two great seers knew but the president once saidMl have often gone upon my knees becaUse there was nowliere else to go Of the churches be saM God bless alt the churches and blessed be God who In our great trial givethHS the churches Rev A B Beresford Unlrersallst CincinnatiSChristianity and Philanthropy Christianity will convert the world when we preach and practically apply to society the new social Ideals of Jesus The world sterns to recognize that there Is vast difference between Christianity und cbufcbjanltr and if the church Is willing by fief silence to divorce Christianity froth philanthropy and reform and th progress of civili action she must be ontcnt to occupy small place anil never drcani 0f con the world UV Madison Ci IIa eteri Presbyterian New York Lacks Imagination The first serious limitation of this so called new religion Is that It lacks Imagination Jr Eliot has given us the floor pjan of a bouse very useful from the archltectls standpolnti but by no means beautiful nortcll us the Hjost Important truth abMtbe house This new rCiiti UasaOt got put pf the blue print stage It Is thorowgnlx reasonable but is tl te eoao tional elements It rlaotpoetry The niasM wllji wt car f It for the sante reason tlt leti pNpkl 1rssd Roto n rps WRtTJIJIMIe rm4 1 ij ptJ the Newest unit jntest Novel Young Nen plain nnd fancy effectsthe IFumlshlntR kind patterns some gay others plain the right lit J I As administrators for Nan nie C Gentrys estate we will on Feb 9 at 10 oclock a m on the Unionpike 5 miles from Richmond near Union City sell to the highest bidder the following personal 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 tircfbuggy good as new 1 notop buggy Baggy harness 1 mowing machine V rfarm wagon 1 corn sheller 1 organ hnusohold and kitchen furniture other articles Terras made known on day of sale Archie Dunn t Butler Dunn f Admrs Baby Hands will get into mischief often it menus a burn or cut or scald Apply Bal lards Snow Liniment just as soon as the accident happens aud the pain will be relieved while the wound will heal quickly and nicely A sure for sprains Rheumatism and all cureI Piiee25c50cSlOO a bottle Perry Thomas Will buy or sell your bouse farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will bEl promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed Our clothes cost no more than the ordinarj Come let us show you No obli gation to buj our pleasure to show Come today Conic now A cheerful jrreetinj awaits you at 25 00 S1875 1800 ho 1350 1500 1 1250 vji 1000 750 in- CLOTHES Iswhat lendsO harscter to in Are You Satis fiH with the way you look or do you believe in improvement Progress Is the epint of the use this is nowhere more noticeable in our Clothes STYLISH BECOMIXrr CLOTHES are nn entree to the good opinion of othersno matter if on business or social mission If to the ladder of fame as a Merchant or a Doctor a Lawyer or n Bank erStylish CharacterMnkins Clothes the stamp of individually will enhance your value your ability and place you in the front rank of fortunes favoritesfry ittry one of theNew Models and we win stake our reputation o lifes monument of earnest endeavor that the wilt be eo apparent that you will Joreverufterconslderlt a paramount duty to to seek the first od vent of the seasons Models DS produced by the celebrated MasterTailors and Designers BROS SCO oj and New York On Sale Here Only The Models designed and made by Schloss of Baltimore are exclusive and set the fashion in advance of the daythey give the wearer the su preme strength and confidence of being uncommonlywelldressed We a splendid showing of all the new styles There are Business Suits Day and Evening Dress Suits and Overcoats and Raincoatshand tailored garments that are made in the linest possible way You must come in and try on one of these carments and you will then relize the difference between these and the ordinary clothes of the shops Tiesthe new kind that give and tone expressionI the nobbest patterns styles the best makes To weD OLDHAN CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY j Public Sale Wednesday propertyT and James Hunley Character SCBLOSS A fireat Success t Our Clearance Sale beenth most site cessful and rfaetery ve have ever held In fact weare so well pleas d that we haye decided To Let Goods Go at Sacrifice Prices e for a while longer You know the highclass goods we handle you know we offer only genuine bargains so come quickly and sup ply yourself while you can get advantage of our special sale prices V WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc tijftdo MB1If SrDlh1cBjj Formerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailo Appartments over J E Sexton Phone J 73 All Kinds ot Pressing gleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited V CUT PRICE SaleyVa have moved to our new quarteas and find we need all the room we can get for ouc Spring Stock which is already beginning to come in We are now offermgour tirerstbcx Winter Suits and Overcoats at 1=4 Off 4 I This is a deep cut nice new stock fresh and bright colors no old ones to offer you no out of stylegoods but new in style andcolors butlow in price Mens Suits and Overcoats now 20QO now 4 vTlSOCK now now 1125 now 925 0I h thau climb bearing increase result Baltimore charm have Shoes has sati for all now Boys Suits 1 S10 00 now c Ja t800 nOV 0 oiio- 6OO now 450 500now 354pOnow i99 i 3 00 now 22Fin Winter Pants Underwear J Hats Caps Heavy Shoes j ct iv 13i siiantVjiiejis the feature of this great sale T Special Notice to Ladies I celebratetiyou who have oi nrnhe SIKld11 kpow J what tbey are for style comfort alIdrd ra1jlity Thy IJ theSllKiqShoes The0 RoyalHOME OF FRQP1Dar j fha5Lt r J ti 255 4 1I fj fo Compare Our Metallic Beds c with the old style wooden affairs and youll not wonder why so many people are discard ing the former and buying the the latter Our metallic beds ara ornamental as well as use ful The set a room off splendidly Come and pck out one of any design sizejarid price you please We can suit you in all BIN NET T an HIGGINS UNDERTAKING you are not at all skeptical just any of our many customers IIf theyll quickly tell you that always have on hand We carefully screen it before before delivery We fill all orders promptly and always guarantee full weight Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have ttuexclusive sale x trial order will convince you that ourd is a little better than you have been pettloff elsewhere and possiblyless Fall Weight or Coal Forfeited BroaddusS Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc f you are going to sell out twant your goods to bring AU they are worth get J W Shearer White Ha IKy to can luct your sale His cnarges are reasonable The Richmond Steam Laandrr at your service Call or ring 52 Iyr Breck Smith represent the most reliable insurance companies and will be glad to explain their policies ij122m w You can depend upon our work being satisfactory in every way Save for us and got a chance on the piano Normal City Laundry 3t 11 Rhjht now is the most dangerous times tot fires Protect yourself against loss by hayin Breck Smith place you i a eliable company j122m Fve FiveAcre Farms Five good fiveacre farms for sale at 8500 each Less than three miles from Richmond Fertile and if put in tobacco will pay for themselves in one year Front on pike Offer good only until Feb 20J C Chenault Richmond K- Egs ForSale Froai pire bred Essex Strain Barrel Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brows Leghorn 51 per setting of 15 eggs orlr ozss for 2 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys Mrs Wallace Gilbert fO2m RD No 3 Richmond Ky Piblic Sale of Land Part of tho old Cobb farm In Estill county which belonged to Hiram Shearer situated on the Kentucky river above the mouth of Drowning Creek will be sold by A D Powell M 0 E C housefL m and2pm The land is in two tracts one containing about 75 acres and tho other about 35 acres For particu lars call on the State Bank Trust Co in Richmond Ky or R W Smith In Irvine Ky It A Card of Thanks I take this method of expressing to- my friends my deep appreciation of their help in the recent piano contest con ducted by the Richmond Climax My friends and relatives came to my assistance nobly and I will never forget their many kindnesses I am also grateful to the managers of the contest for their kind and fair conduct of same It was to fair and square that it was indeed a pleasure to be a contestant The piano Is a beauty of sweet tone and elegant in construction Again thanking everY- one for what they did to assist me W anyway Most sincerely SALLIE B PAKKISK Farley Marcb are now selling r Hate at Cost p II Around Town Easter comes on March 27th Six weeks more of bad weather See our line of calendars before placing your order The high cost of living is due largely to highfliers Court day dinner in March Presby terian church Good time to plan your summer vacation these cold days The price of the Evening Times has advanced one dollar on the year W B Burton bought a number of mules Monday at from 175 to 200 3 A Bourbon county farmer sold 50 bar rels of shucked corn in the field at S3CQ Possibly the ground hog heard of the high price of meat If so hell never come back A Winchester mill has been given an order for five car loads of tobacco sticks to go to Missouri The Climax has a beautiful line of fans for advertising Dont place your order till you see us We notice the high price of meat has had no effect upon Cynthiana beefers Cynthiana Democrat The Ladies of the First Presbyterian church will give a court day dinner on the first Monday in March Nicholasvillo has a Figure 7 club Doubtless when they get all dressed up for the meeting they cut a figure 8 The Nicholasville papers are urging a clean fight in an election their discovery will be of great interest to the public What has become of the oldest inhabitant who reports on the peach crop Heretofore we have had many reports efore this time Have you inspected the elegant quar ters of Richmonds fire department It vill pay you to take a look at the splen lid arrangements Capt Kuhne first baseman and all round good player on the Shelbyville bill team has purchased the franchise and will make the club a winning onr this season Some who profess to know contend that the cold has held back the sap in the peach trees hence a big crop while others take a different view and saj there will be no crop During the month of January the po lice court assessed fines to the extent of 445 Considering the fact that only twentysix arrests wore made during that time it goes to show that it dont pay to monkey with Richmonds law Richmond has the best fire depart ment in Central Kentucky Have you Disen through the elegant new quarters step over on Irvine street and take a look TheMaddies will take great pleas ure in showing you through the build ings Wesleyean Girls Coming The basket ball team from Wesleyean College Winchester will play the Hill girls at Princess Rink in this city al three oclock next Monday afternoon A rattling good game is expected AlIEN lION FARMERS It is being reported that we do not have the Vulcan plows or repairs We emphatically deny this report We have both and expect to continue to handle themfotf TAYLOR OLDHAM J Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogso Telephone 484 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond K- yRunning i21 Smoothly The array of students at local Normal School have been comfortably housed and the great work at the buildings is running along smoothly Its an enormous task to get the achinery properly adjusted IB as large an institution as this but everything arranged and so systeM- atic that there k not a hitch In the work Easter Bazaar As M cBsuawry the P A C infkm ry will hold their annual E ertBuA- MeIlSrtvdYrardl It The exat ple- will be 1oftIM1IRJMer At this berw- ill efOid all kiolkof eJDbtQider- edartic1 1afOIt noveltks aprons tvtua oa TA wilt bv Ut1aea1e1 1RW uw ew J IBUsfuessChaorcd baker ef and confectionery and will conduct the same in an uptodato manner More Bridges A report from Washington says pros ofbridgesand one over Howard creek In Clark Big Sale Continues The big sale at Covington Banks continues and great crowds are taking offeredReadissue Bet Spears Dead B D Spears the well known Nichol asville liveryman and horseman died at his homo in that city last week He highlythought Hotel Remains Dry Judge Benton refused to grant the theBrownProctoriacalving license to operate a saloon The case will now go to the court of appeals For Drafted Men During the Civil War two thousand Kentuckians were drafted into the Union Army after Kentucky had furnished her full quota Senator Bradley has introduced a bill giving three hundred dollars to each of these men Good Record During the month of January the police made only twentysix arrests most of these for trivial offenses For a city the size of Richmond this is in deed a remarkably good record and speaks volumns for the good conduct of the people Brought Good Prices MordayA theybeZnbought seven head at an average of SIOO He also bought three horses at average of S1C5 Burial Wednesday The remains of tho late Joe Chenault were laid to rest in the Richmond ceme cry Wednesday morning One of the longest processions of vehicles ever seen in Richmond followed his body to tho grave a testimonial to the popularity of the bighearted congenial man Not That Way Today The Winchester Democrat says there were no knockers In the days of Solomon The great temple was built with out tho sound of hammer Nowa lays it would be difficult to build a chicken coop without tho sound of the hammers of the chronic knockers False Alarm Sunday evening about eight oclock smoke coming from a court house chimney so blew about the cupola that all who saw it thought tho handsome structure to bo on fire The alarm was turned in and tho department made a thorough investigation before all were satisfied there was no danger Father Barrys Relatives After a search of nearly a year the nearest relatives and heirs of tho late Rev James P Barry who was for more than twenty years pastor of St Pauls Roman Catholic church at Lexington have been located in England hnd the estate of Father Barry valued at about 12000 after settling bequests in Fay county will be paid to these relatives Good For Mr Frost A dispatch from Washington says Senator Bradley has been notified that Mr Stanley Frost of Berea is to take his examination for the consular service in Washington on June 27th Mr Frost is the son of the president of Borca College and is a young man in every way fitted for the work While we should dislike to lose him from our county yet we wish him all good luck in getting a fine juicy plum Hustling at Irvine The Irvino Commercial Club seems determined to do things and not sit idle and take it all out in talk Their latest move is to erect a big tobacco warehouse and infirmary and much en souragcment is being met with Keep pulling brethren You have the natur il resource in Estill and all you want is to get busy and let the world know about iU Keep up the Good Work During the month of January Truant Officer Neff made fourteen arrests of parents for disobeying the law requiring that children be sent to school There were three white people and eleven negroes in the bunch and as it was their first offense and they promised to be good Judge Shackelford let them off by continuing the cases with the distinct understanding that rearrest would follow a repetition of the offense The judge also read the riot act to the offenders and told them what to expect Why Not Here The papers in Kentucky are telling of much work contemplated by the courts to be done on the roads This is a mat ter of the greatest importance to the welfare of the people and we trust that Madison will wake up and give much attention to theutatter Nothing is of greater assistance to the farmer in get ting cropsto market than good roads and IMio has thins he isnot only ena bled to save time and money but it adds to the value of his property Madison his a fine fiscal court this year and we look for good results along this line Would Pay Well The lack of small dwellings in good localities in the city is heard discussed nearly every day and many suggestions are being n deThe Cli max knows of nothing that would prove of more benefit and at the same time bring better pay to the promoters than the erection pf a large flat building If such a building were erected with large suites of rooms with water light gas etc and located on some desirable street the suites wo llibe quickly rented by desirable people who would bo willing to pay a good rental for the same This plan is meeting with great success in many other cities and there is no reason why it should not prove a wteaiHg venture here Houses for rent are very scarce and many of theare tn MIl repair unsightly ndelh rwise objectionable to renters i indshouM a flat bo obtainable it would bet k ala refefenc to boise M tIrs k jtatyWJdte I MM vhf pdd thMs r Ii L r rIr Kcntttcfcy Solons Here Comttiitfce From Both Houses Visit NlXmalSchoo1- Highly Pleased with Institution The committees from theSenate and House of Representatives arrived in Richmond Saturday morning for the purpose of Inspecting the Normal School and look into its needs etc The party came from Lexington in automobiles and were met by school officials and several prominent local citizens who ex cityTheygrounds and shown through the large new buildings tho different departments etc and then invited to partake of a bountiful and delightful dinner served in the school dining room Chapel jx arches were held after dinner the ctin mittee attending Dnring the afternoon several addresses were made by prominent citizens The object of the visit was to inspect the property and look into the needs and requests made for further improvement and maintenance of tho institution The Climax was glad to hear so many expressions of approval of the manner in which the school is progressing and while nothing was said to that effect by the committee yet it is believed that the needed appropriations will be forth coming for they saw that nothing un reasonable d been askedonly absolute needs being sot out in the request for more money The committee was composed of nine Senators and an equal number of representatives all able men whose appearance indicates that they are men of good business judgement and sound sense They were shown every attention by some of our people and seemed to appreciate and enjoy their visit Repairing Roads Gangs of workmen are busy scalping the tunnels on the Rowland Branch and the road bed is being looked over with a view of putting it in better con dition next Spring The company will spend albt of money on the branch and make it flrstclass in every way Administrator Appointed In the county court Monday the State Bank Trust Co was appointed as ad ministrator of tho estate of the late W A Thomas Beside his interest in the drug firm of Perry Thomas he left some life insurance but bad made no will He has several relatives in Cov ington Ky To Quit Business The Climax regrets very much that owing to the ill health of both memhers the firm of Golden Flora will retire from business The firm has had a lucrativotrade and was one of the best in Central Kentucky They have decided to turn the business over to Mr Charley Pigg who will settle the same This is a splendid stand and a fine open ing for a practical marble man The Azbill Sale At the Irvine Azbill sale Saturday by Mr J M Azbill administrator tho land of about sixteen acres brought 20520 an acre It lies near Lake Reba in edge of town The fine stallion brought 750 and was bought by Mr John Azbill One aged mule brought 108 a bay mare 240 while feed some other stock and farming implements brought good prices The sale was con ducted by Long Tom Chenault the veteran auctioneer For Attorney General In an interview at Washington last week Judge W C Bell announced that he would not be a candidate to succeed lion Harvey Helm but would enter the race for Democratic nomination for at torney general Judge Bell has served as circuit judge in the Harrodsburg district for several years and made many friends Ho is not only a lawyer of exceptionally fine ability but a polished gentleman who will fill any office with dignity and honor On Their Ear TheWinchester people are on the war path because of the story published that night riders supposed to be from their county raided the Burley Tobacco So cietys offices in Lexington The report originated from some windows bo ingbroken bydrunkenmen and the Lexington papers give much space In correcting the report Tho fuss between Winchester and Le ington over the re moval of the tobacco concern is growing almost as tiresome to tho reading public as the county unit bill squabble Neigh bors lets have peace To Make Schedule Paris News President W C Ussery of the Blue Grass League has issued a call for a meeting of the league in this city for Wednesday Fob 9 to consider theschedule for the comingseason The meeting notices of which wore mail ed to the various clubs Wednesday will be held in the parlors of the Elks building at 10 oclock a m and besides the schedule which will be taken up and diS- cussed in all phases other matters of much interest to the league will be con sidered President Bacon of the Paris club represents local i irestat the meet ing Prominent Visitors Mayor J W Lee accompanied by Aldermen Clooney and Everett of Mays ville were in our city Wednesday to in spect our splendid tire department with a view of establishing a paid fire departniorrt in that city They had visited several other cities in Central Kentucky and said that Richmond was second to none they had seen They were taken through tho department and sbowa the sew b gal ptooms etc They were met at tho train by Mayor Rice who afterward took them over the City to the lake the Normalschooland other points of Interest They were loud in their praises of oartowmtalllt complimented the spleadiU way in which it is managed A Thing ofThe Past One good evidence that about all the timber has been cut from Kentucky lands is tho factthat the oldfashioned sugar camps t are a thing of the past in fact the product is very scarce and its almost impossible to get the pure toothsome sugar This to greatly re gretted by we older fellows who loved the sugar and would give mostBy price for another tura at the rood old buckwheat cakes aa4 homemade molasses TIM rjsioc jmteration dont know what good eating is and as there is 110 disposition to eesthe devasted timber we fear this peiefta will hay to be eoftUot vkfe tlit XM Mi artkfe IaliSltSrc TILF 0 Ii Ild J For 450 As the Loufevllte Times is to mak extensive improvements it has becom necessary to increase the subscriptio one dollar staking The Times cost 15for one year The Times conceded 0 boone of the best papers in the South wjll now far surpass any afternoo paper and with your homo paper yo U will have all the news all thq time Let us order for you Kentuckys Banks There were organized in Kentucky during tho last two years 37 new banks 10 during the year 1008 and 27 during the year 1909 making now a total of 481 banks in Kentucky DUring the last two years eight banks have liqudated or merged with other banks and there have boon three failures these having closed their doors or suspended business Warming Up The local option fight at NIcholasville Is growing warm and both wets and drys are claiming victory The drys are being assisted by prominent ministers and speakers from other points and public meetings are held almost every night The wets are saying nothing but sawing wood and the outcome will be watched with interest Horribly Mangled Bedie Bybee a section hand on the L and A road met a horrible death Wed nesday afternoon The crew had quit work and ere coming in on thehand cars when near Goggins lane a short distance from town Bybee fell or was jostle from the front car Falling directly in front holras run overand badly mash ed The second car unable tostop also ran over him lie lingered until late in the night before he died Bybco was a well known young man Ho was unmar ned and about twentyfive years of age Will Not List It One who knows made the startling statement toThe Climax that there is more money on deposit in any one of the local banks than the entire sum listed in the county for taxation This statement is not questioned but it does not speak well for those having money and are unwilling to do the right thing by paying taxes thereon Money should be taxed like any other property in fact more readily as the cash Is the real thing and paying on it is not like owning land and very likely having to borrow money to pay the taxes The boards of equalization in many counties have been going after the cash and have found much that was not listed Let the good work proceed Buy The Crusher p Mayor Sam Rice who has been mak ing close investigation finds that by purchasing a rock crusher the City can save four dollars per rod on the metal placed upon the streets He made a statement of this fact to tho City Council Thursday evening and Judge Shack elford who was present stated that if this coujd be done the county by buying rock from the City could make the same saving Considering the enor mous quanity of metal to be bought this is an item of great importance Many other towns own their quarries and crusher and it has been proven conclu sively that it is the only and best way to insure good rock and to save money The Climax trusts that the crusher will be purchased and that too at an early date for our streets are in wretched condition Back In The Harness It will be gratifying news to his legion of friends to learn that Mr D Bates Shackelford has again entered the hard ware business buying out tho Madison Hardware Co his old stand and has taken possession of same Mr Shackel ford was engaged in business at this stand for many years and enjoyed a fine patronage He tells us that it was simply impossible to get away from the association and dealing with his old friends and he was like a fish out of water during the time the establisment belonged to other men He has styled the the new firm D B Shackelford Co and says the Company will be the peoplehis customers as ho will givo them the lions share of profits by making low prices Ho was successful before and theres no doubt that this venture will prove even moro satisfactory than his las- tWarm Medicine John Williams is the latest to get the notion that there is good money in the sale of whisky in the city of Richmond so embarked in the business last week Trade was beginning to get brisk all right but Richmonds vigilent policemen soon spotted John he was gathered in and taken before Judge Grcenlcaf In two cases juries soaked him to tho tune of 140 each and in a third Judge Greenleaf fixed the penalty at thirty in the work house As John sits astride the city rock pile ho doubtless has come to the conclusion of everyone elsethat whisky can note sold in Richmond Tho Climax wishes to again compliment the pol1copon their splendid work in this line and also to say that Jack Grcenleaf js making the best police Judge In Kentucky He not only fixes the right fines in liquor violations but makes the way of every other transgressor oxceediagly hard Thats what it takes to getaes lts from lawi Independent Farmers Richmond Ky Jan 31 1010 Ed ClimaxrrIteating meat causes my brother ele d I will cat no more Likewise jny pocket book All this talk about meat jutd rn eat prices blaming the farmer Is all bosh I want to say that the farmer Is not to blame Wo farmers for the first time in years are getting a fair price for oar products The trouble is not with the roducerbut there are too many people enjoying profits before the consumer has a chance to buy 1st When we ship the Railroad Co sets largesUce the Commission man a juicy price cold stprage people and- bLfackreeryie1iow that touches our stuff We are receivingvery little mor for our beef cattle than we did Year ago Eggs 25c per dozen corn and wheat about the SlUM Hogs higher is about all Now Mr Etnomoremcat just starve your se1fu long as you please It lias beona long time since the farmer used his best products on his own table but wo are going to begirt to eat our best and sell you our refusal at the same figure Then if there Is A howl raised we wont sell you any thing to eat at all You try getting tip 4 oclock working haveIWe work in the rain and cold to furnish you something to eat Stop your fuss awl come oat M try it yourself RHpf LH UmE c It D 2 f J eIThe City Dads Richmonds City Fathers Mee1 and Attend to Some 1m port nt Business Notes The regular February meeting of the City Council was held Thursday even ing and quite a lot of routine business transacted Chief Allman reported twentysix arrests during the month of January and also reportod as to nature of cases and several other matters usually found In this report Mr Evans for the State Bank Trust Co made its report as treasurer showing a neat sum in the city till Mr Evans stated that ho proposed to make these statements every month at meeting of Council Mayor Rice reported his visit to the meeting of mayors at Frankfort and said that ho was confident that organizaUcuring a law releasing the cities from liability where persons were injured by defective sidewalks and making the owners thereof responsible He also buyluging where the city can save four dollars per rod thereby On motion a committee was appointed to investigate and report on the matter at next meeting though It was afterward decided that owing to the present bad condition of tho streets the committee would make investigation as quickly as possible and report as soon as something definite could be ascertained The retaining wall on sidewalk on Second street opposite the Moberley property was reported to be in bad con dition and as there was a question as to whether the city or property owner should rebuild it was referred to committee to ascertain as to who should male repairs The committee of Maysvjllo officials who recently visited our city extended through Mayor Rico a most cordial in vitation fo the Richmond oilicials to isit Maysvillc promising to feed them on the fat of the lamb and insuring a good time Chief Dougherty of the fire depart ment presented his report and in same made a strong appeal to Council to in crease tho pay of the wagon drivers from forty to fifty dollars per month lie called attention to the increased Cost of living and the splendid services rendered by Messrs Dargaval and Powers the drivers and the fact that all their time is required at their posts Tho recommendation met with the hearty approval of Council the members knowing the circumstances and realizing the fact that the city had its nerve to ask men to give their entire time for such meagre pay The Coun cil did a wise thing in increasing the payThere was considerable discussion as to complaints about bad street lights which resulted in the policemen being given blanks upon which to report dim or extinguished lights and also every city official urged to make the same report A light was ordered moved on K street near new mill and arranged to give better light there During tho discussion the clerk was asked to read the contract with the light people so every member of Council and all officials would be more familiar with what the company is to furnish- JudgeShackolford mado his report as one of tho committee to sell the school bonds lIe stated that ho had made a trip to Cincinnati and had corresponded with every bondbuying firm lie could learn of and was confident that they HowIeverasked that a slight change be mado whereby the bonds would be payable in either Richmond or New York Ho found that the ordinance should have been published after Instead of before the election and on motion Council ordered that the ordinanco bo again published Judge Shackelford stated that printed circulars describing the bonds had been sent broadcast and good results were assured ExMayor Woods reported a gift of one hundred cakes of soap to the fire department the present coming from the Kellogg Wholesale Grocery the gift being highly appreciated by the boys There was some talk of requiring the members to use this soap frecjy but when it was suggested that all ox officials be required to take weekly baths Mayor Woods made a vigorous protest and the motion was lost The city bills presented at last meeting were ordered paid with a few exceptions whore committee was not sat isfiedas to certain items This shows how diligently every matter is looked after and speaks well of Council Six Weeks More Mr Ground Hog saw his shadow so now look out forsix moro weeks of bad weather The sun shone brightly and the little fellow diitnot have to venture far from his front door to see the warning to cut back to his quarters Fun at Opera Housed If you want a good laugh go to the opera house on amateur night On those occasions prizes aro offered to home people to do stunts and some of them are great The offer brings out some good talent its truo but there are others whose attempts aro well worth tho price of admission to see Sunday Ball A bill has been presented in the Kentucky Legislature to prevent Sunday ball Cying It refers however only tooutj of town precincts where there are ml policemen to preserve order Its a good bill and should pass as many country people are annoyed by gangs of men and boys who leave town to play ball on Sundays A Card Friends of Miss Sallie n Parrish were indeed glad to know she came out victorious in the pianos contest conducted under management of The Climax force Miss Parrish is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Peto Parrish who re side near Kirksville Sho is a most attractive and accomplished young lady and numbers her friends by her ac quaintances She was for several years a student of M F Irnd made many friends while Here She Is well known and very popular throughout tho county as Is proven by the splendid ma jority hi tho contest Her friends were willing and ready to do anything for her and on Saturday tho day the contest closed XleaParrishwas kept busy tak Ing votes to the Climax office She has now in her poneackm a liandsowe piano awl pie it hhly sitese ityras 1w tsIad ihiaffe Jrieeds and THT wtfisic h t sl was II- t ttf1t t 1 IIf Court Ly Sales givesThesales Plug horses 815 to Ml plug mules 30 to 70 good mules single 8100 to 8200 mules pairs 8240 to 84 XV Just Think pf It neighboringoff of evening gowns We dont under goingtoCattle in Demand There were about 1200 cattle at the stock yards Monday The demand was good and all sold Prices ranged from 3 12 up to 5 14 Many more would have found ready buyers had they been on the market Work of Scoundrels Arber Dunbar a farmer living near Union has been greatly annoyed and damaged recently by some party or parties setting fire to his fodder shocks fences outbuildings etc Ho is at n loss understand this as ho has no known enemies He called Lexington and in quired as to cost of bloodhounds but found the expense greater than he was willing to bear so will content himself by standing guard over his property for a time Appropriate Ceremonies Although the day was rainy and cold yet quite a number of our people went to Frankfort Tuesday to attend the un veiling of the monument erected to the memory of the late Gov Wm Goebel and attend the funeral of his brother Arthur who was buried at the same time and place Tho principal address was made by Senator J B McCreary of this city and his remarks have been highly complimented by all who heard him The statute is of bronze and granite and is pronounced a model for beauty and appropriateness Fridays Louisville Post contained a good picture and write up of Mr C C Wallace Richmonds polite and accommodating postmaster Embroidery With the approach of Spring and Easter toe feminine mind naturally turns to dainty beautiful lingerie Nothing is so charming and suitable as hand embroidery Miss Eva Roberts has a full line of now patterns and is prepared to do stamping at reasonable prices She carries a full line of embroider materials and will be glad to have her friends and patrons call when in need of any stamping flosses or other materials Miss Roberts carries only the newest designs Give her a call Residence First street in the rear of White Wines Drugstore tf Yes And Many Others Our contemporary the Register reminds Tho Clmas that in our list of What Richmond Has we omitted the name of the Richmond Cooperage Works We stand corrected and will say that same was done accidentally and at the same time wo wish to say that wo omit ted many other establishments Had we printed all the good things inRichmond our paper would have been too largo to go through the mails Our town is growing more rapidly than our citizens realize and few know the enormous proportions to which business in general has grown The other day we heard a man predict that in a few years Richmond would have ten thousand people and while we aro not overenthusiastic we believe the predictions will come true If the people will wake up and go after the railroad division its location hero would moam a population of over that number in a very short time C W Cobb has purchased of Hiram Reeves the noted mule jack Howard Hampton at a Jong price but figures not made public Ho will be shipped March 1st to Clay county Arkansas Will Have Good Ones Mat Cohen tho vetnran horseman who was hero this week tolls The Climax man that indications point to splendid fairs all over Kentucky next summer He says that while good horses are scarce yet there are enough tomake competition in the rings keen and Interesting In ad dition to the famous Edna May and Princess Sonia Mat lyis several other good ones ho is putting in shape lie says interest in the county fairs will to even greater than last year and any fair com piny putting on anything like good pre muim lists will make good money Ask ed as to tho supply of good horses he tells The Climax that they are scarcer than last year but the fact that breeders determined last year to raisemoro good one ho thinks it will not be long until the lupply will bs better Its just as easy and as cheap to raise a good one as a poor one and I cant understand why horseraisers fool away their time on in ferior stock said Mr Cohen RUTHTON Mrs J M Cotton has been on the sick list Mrs Bettio Long of Danvil12lsvisit ing her sister Mrs Rice Cruse and family have gono to Hamilton 0 to reside Mr and Mrs James Griggs visited Mrs Sherman Shearer at Crutcher Wm King and son Robert of White hall wore visitors hero this week Miss Nora Cruso isspending a few days with Mrs J L Roulette atCaleast Mr and Mrs Wm Cates have been visitingIn Jackson Henry White and family of Kingston are noW residents at this place 8 ISCondensed Statement of the Condition ofnfzxtz minmtllmtkj RICHMOND KENTUCKY r u Atthe Close of Business January 31 1010 RESOURCES Loans and DiscQuntsi2i21l1 8- 0Overdrafts12276 34 US Bonds 59000 00 Banking House etc 9450 00 Cash and Dae from Banks 153803 77 Total 5K731 97 Wo respectfully solicit and invite a share of your patronage promising in return i prompt and service and and honorable treatment J CROOKE CASHIER 4cJI0IMiDDELToy Mr and Mrs B LI Middelton were called to Shelbyville Sunday by the death of his brother George Middelton The deceased was a retired druggist and a prominent and influential citizen in Shelbyville The funeral services were conducted Tues day morning at 10 oclock the interment taking place at the cemetery in that cityBnmxrAfter a lingering illness Mrs Annie Bryant died at the home of her son Dr J W Bryant on Fourth street in this city Wednesday morning Mrs Bryant came to make her home with her son a short time since and was stricken by illness soon after her arrival in Richmond She was seventyfour years of age and a woman of kind heart and noble Christian character which endeared her to all with whom she became acquainted Dr Bryant who haS had charge of the Richmond Drug Cos store for the past three years has many friends who extend to him deep sympa thy in the death of his beloved mother The remains were taken to Smithfield her old home for burial LACKEYMr Delaney M Lackey died at his home in Lancaster Friday after a very brief illness Mr Lackey was born and reared in Madison county from one of the most prominent and families in the county lie was married to Miss Mary Goodloe also of Madison and moved to Lancaster many years ago He was eightythree years of age and is survived by his wife and two children Miss Jennie of Lan caster and Mr A Goodloo Lackey of Kansas City The deceased was a fine citizen respected and highly thought of by alt who knew him For many years he was a U S gauger at the old Hume distillery at Silver Creek The remains were brought here Saturday and interred in the family lot in the Richmond cemetery The funeral party was accom panied by many relatives and Garrard county citizens also a delegation of Odd Follows Mr Lackey was an officer of the Presbyterian church and greatly beloved by all who k new him Ho was well known here in his old home town THOMAS After an illness of many weeks Mr W A Thomas died at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Thursday night The illness of Mr Thomas was not con sidered dangerous at first as was stated in The Climax at the time but ho grew rapidly worse and it was soon evident that he could not recover Everything that medical skill and attention could do was done for him but all to no avail Mr Thomas was about 45 years of age came to Richmond about sixteen ye irs ago and was employed as clerk in Middle tons drug store While liberal with his means yet he saved his earnings until he was able to enter business a short time later with Mr Henry Perry as his partner This firm by careful attention and good management soon built up a lucra live business and today they own one of the leading dug stores of the city Mr Thomas was never married and seldom spoke of his private affairs He was a man who attended strictly to his own business and never tattled or meddled with things not his concern By this ho won many friends in Richmond and his slncereity made many strong tics He was a devoted member of the Catholic chruch and lived up to its teachings in everyway Ho leaves several relatives near Covington Ky The remains were taken to the home of Mr Henry Perry the funeral taking place at St Marks Catholic Church Saturday the interment being at the Richmond Cemetery SIMMON After a lingering illness Mr Josiah P Simmons died at his home near Kirksville yesterday morning at an early hour While it has been known forsome time that he would not getwell yet his passing away came as a shock to his legions of friends in and ad joining counties Having been a man of prominence our people were greatly concerned as to his illness and his death is deeply deplored Mr Simmons was in his sixtyfifth year lie was born in Madison county and spent all his life nearthe home whore hedied At begin ning of the Civil War he enlisted in the Confederate Armyand as one of Morgans Men made an enviable reputation in the service In 1893 ho was elected as sheriff of Madison county and served two terms as such He was honest to a fault and ever ready to do a good turn by those who needed assistance in any way He was a publicspirited man always ready to do all in his power for the betterment of conditions lie was a lifelong member of the Christian church being one of the pillars in the church at Kirksville ani one of its enthusiatic workers His first wife who died some years aco was Miss Mary DeJarnett and to this union were born three children namely George W P and Miss Pattie Ho was later married to Miss Lizzie Arnold and to them were born Jas McCreary Arnold J P Jr Cecil and Robt F These with his widow survive as do also two sisters Mrs Sallie Willis and Mrs Mary Shearer both of Kirksvillo Mr Simmons was a Templar being a member of Richmond Commandery md was devoted to the order lIe devoted his life to farming and wasrquSto successful inthebusiness His honest straightforward dealings made him n man respected and highly thought of by every one and ho will be greatly missed As we go to press no definito arrangements for tho funeral services have been made though it is probable that the burial will take place Thursday after services conducted at home by Rev Hugh MoLellan LIABILITIES Capital StockJ i81pQ000 00 Surplus Fund 10 00 00 Undivided Profits 2059 50 Circulation 50300 00 Deposits 337472 47 Total S0 731 n efficient courteous W coming largest Madison Knight Married ofLathropBerea were married last week at Berea The groom is former Madison boy and cityThethis qty They left at once for his homo in Missouri where Mr Maths Is a prosperous young farmer RICETEBHUXE The following talcetf from a Louisville paper will bo of fri torest here where both parties are well known The groom is a brqthcr of Mr Z T Rico of this city Leslie A Rice of Frankfort and Miss Virginia Terhune of Harrodsburg were married in tho parlors of the First Christian church by the Rev E L Powell D D Tuesday afternoon sur prizing their friends by making an nouncement of that fact at Frankfort today Mr Rice is a well known drug gist at Frankfort while his bride is a niece of State Auditor Frank P James and has been his private secretary in Frankfort for the past two years Tho young couple will soon go to Albuquer que X M to make their home Mr Rice has a brother in business in Albu querque BENXETTBUUXASI With solemnity and beautiful arrangements tha nuptials of Miss Esther Burnam daughter of Judge and Mrs A R Burnam and Mr Warfield Bennett were celebrated last evening at the elegant home of bride on West Main street Rev Edward Bur nam a great uncle of the bride officiated Only the immediate families were pros ent Potted plants and cut flowers were placed in profusion about the rooms The bride vas handsome in her wedding gown of white Liberty satin over while silk her long filmy veil hold by the tra ditional orange blossoms tier arm full of white roses The bride is a most charming woman so amiable and lovely in character as to win the affection of all who come under tho spoil of her fasci nation She is not only a lending belle in local circles but is well known ant very popular in Kentucky society Be ing possessed of the many sterling traits of tho Burnam family she has endeared herself to all of her acquaintances Mr Bennett belongs to a fine old family and is prominent in the business world of Richmond Ho is a man of ample for tune thorough culture and possesses all tho attributes ofan American gentleman After the ceremony and congrat ulations the guests wore invited to par take of the wedding feast which was bountiful as the host and hostess are noted for their generous hospitality and entertained all present in a royal manner A very largo numberof pretty and costly gifts were received As tho couple entered the parlor Lohengrins wedding march was played in an artistic manner by Miss Ollio Baldwin After dining the bride and groom managed to leave unobserved by any one present in a very clever manner on a wedding trip and on their return will reside in this city We call for and deliver laundry work promptly Satisfaction guaranteed Normal City Laundry 3t No 1D0 Report of the Condition of the Madison National Bank at Richmond Ky at the close of busbies Jan 31 1910 RESOURCES Loans and discounts3I2D 73 Oventrafts tecurcd and unsceured laKSCK S Bonds to Kccure circulation 1001KU Premiums on U S Bonds 0 nonclssecnritiesetc 14000 10 flanking house furniture and llxturcs 7000 00 Due from National Banks not re serve nircnts OIW 10 Due from State nncl private banks and bankers Trust Companies and Savings Hanks 49 Due from approved reserve agents 31 Checks mid other cash Items 137 W Notes of other National banks 6100 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 91 Lawful money reserve la bank viz Specie SIW1300 Lcsnltender notes 00 20313 Redemption fund with U STreas 5 per cent of circulation 5U0 TotalO940 M LIABILITIES I 52SurplusfundUndivided expenses and taxes paid 4580 National bank notes outstanding JNSSW Due to other National banks Due to State and private banks and bankers St 70 subject to inftcheckReserved for taxes Total 439917080 State of Kentucky County of Madison I Robt R humans Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly trtvcnr that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge beliefRobt Burnam Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of February 1910 v Crooke Notar Pu1II My ConiniissionExplres Jnu 311911 Correct A eM VT LCRUTCHKR i SMOBERLEV Directors v Maay mixtures are offered F as substitutes for RoyaL Nose of tMeia is the SMBC la composition or effectlve es so wfcolesome aad eco owical mor will stake such IIc fooS ROYALfl- aicinjowder Royal Js the wly Baking Pwdtr Mfr Zoyal Grape rea Trt 1J THE 2iJJI i r E T 4 ll t Grows Bier4e yl = = Z = yr = 0 iJOur Entire Stock nj4 20 Is Thrown IntoThusBig Sale Without Reserve All Profits Vanshand We Cut Deep Into First Cost on Many Articles ClothsroShoes Hats and FurnishingsEvery Item Cut To The Limit V f H lOut of Style Suits l Now 315 75 WAbout 150 Heavy Winter Suits sizes 34 to 38 Former price SIO to 20 Cheaper overalls to work in Hthan FURTHER REDUCTIONS ON SUITS andi 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 so to make andsureRaincoats tire finest in the landc TiH iIAt 50 It r For all 2250 and 2500 grades Very elegant 950Choice of all J250 to J400 Qualities Odd PantsFine Worsteds Cassimeres and Cheviots S700 800 fOr 575Ssao for475 500 now 375 350 now 275 250 now 175 150 now 125 125 now 100 FootwearFor No man or boy can afford to miss r this sale Footwear of some kind will be needed before long andwhy not buy now while you can save Readwhat we offer finestanan6 grades for 475 550 grades for 425 WI styles400 now 325 350 now 5279 Reacon ShoesThey light the way to shoe satisfaction All shapes and lasts f at 300 now 245 Good assortment of Work Shoes regular prices 5150 to 5250 all reduced H halfaupriceLace Boots r High Top Shoes Bootees and Boots Largest stock in Madison county every pair reduced 600 for 475 500 for 395 400 for 325 350 for 295 Boys Boots especially reduced T7 ti50ej 50 For aU that sold at SJBOO to 2000 7 50 For all 1000 and 1100 Grades Croduroy Pants Our Corduroy Quality is Famous 4 for 300 350for275 300 for 235 250 for 185 150 for 1 e Sweaters All colors 75SpecialFormer La Nest Prices Ever ra f HVVV HAT S5 for 325 350 for 2 250 for 1543 l50 for 1 f Stetson Hats per cent discount Caps hut too I r Y GI Ves25cfdr if f9cfor 39c J Io79cz 150 fr JJ92OO for 150i Fine Neckwear a QJlars Suspenders Socks Night Shirts Garters Etc Every mail can find something to buy in this big offering J 111 I lQ For ISQU J650 and 1700 Values Sizes and Special Models 1Tfor men of every shape T and buildwe fit them all the newest price 8250 10 ShirtsAll SOC for39c 100 for 79c 150 for 119 Fancy Vests 500 for 300 400 for 250 300 for 200 250 J50 J50fui lLM BOYS SUITS AND DYlRCDA T All the newest styles IOOQ6r 700 700 for 475 500 for 375 400 4 for 275 350 for 250 v Boyfs Out of Style Suits at much greater reductions Boyfs 50 cent Odd Pants sizes 3 to 6 years for 25ieents BOYS Shoes Hats Underwear etc all go at preatlredtced prices U N D ErRWW l if lJo SOc for 39c 100 Jot 79c 150 ftr1fJ A goods fleece lined suit forwarm 3r cmts + a so C sn Only N CiWedr iII I dr tl JsflV Every man or boy and y uaintedti SaleJ BeginsSatnrdayFeby5thalldw- r ftunslS Days i Lt krj f 1 BANiTEi1 S n oap u q t fi IIIi 11Il0 J a p aHl