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THE tIr RICHMOND CLJAXT w i fi 4vc t r ti I 36th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY i61910 NUMBER 37 WALL PAPER I THERES A POINT BELOW which it Is unsafe flour Government reports show how cheap flours aro filled with adulterants and with chemicals Youll find Ballards Oblisquo Flour in that class Itis an i pure milled from the wheat Order a sack and joull acknowledgo it is well worth its price and more Burnside f Robinson Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse onL N R R PHONE 142 j RICHMOND Cha E Douglas Goo D Simmons J W beathernire NOTICE This is to announce to you that Mr James W Deatherage has purchased an interest in the firm of firmoname changed to Douglas Simmons Deatherage We have moved to our new and commodious quarters on Second street and our stock in cludes everything in the hardware line Wevwish you a prosperous and new year We thank you for patronage and solicit a continuance of favors i Douglas Simmons Deafajre I We Sell s iJ Jj May MantonaP- atterns lOc Each ri he Right Way to get good work is o buy your paper from an up to date rneand get anuptoclate paperhanger tobuy socalled treated not absolutely flour choicest Coal happy past your The Cause of Colds Good Advice Regarding the CoughsIColds If people would only fortify and strengthen the system the majority of cases of coughs colds and pneumonia might bo avoided These troubles are frequently due to weakness which produces a catarrhal condition of the mucous membrane which is an internal skin of the body When this skin is weakltjiioij it becomes easily infected wjthrgerms which cause many of the Jlases to which flesh is heir Healthy mucoUs membranes are essential safe guards of the bodys general health An excellent aid in tho prevention of coughs colds pneumonia and such like infectious diseases is a remedy that will proven t cr cure catarrh Wo have a remedy which wo honestly belioeto be unsurpassed in excellence for the prcvegtionof coughs colds and all caturrhal conditions It is the pro scription ofa famous physician who has an enviable reputation of thirty years of cures gained thpngh the use of this formula We promise to make no charge for the medicine should it fail to do as we claim We urge everybody who has rued of such a medicine to try Kexall MucuTone It stands to reason that wo could not afford to make such statements and give pur own personal guarantee to this remedy if we were not prepared to prove the reasonableness of our claim in every particular and we sco no reason why any ono should hesitate to accept our offer and try it Wo have two sizes of Hosall MucuTono prices 50c and 81ISometlmora 50cent bottle is sufficient to give marked relief As a general things tho most chronic case is relieved wltfan avorftge of three largo bottl You cnn obtain Hexall Remedies 1nI Richmond only at Perry S Thomas With The New Firm Mr Charlie Sharp who met withan accident in a runaway last year losing the tight of his ayes a short time ago made arrangement with III II Luxon Bro whereby ho obtained a smallI commission on ovary load of sold for this firm On tho purchase of Mr Luxons business by Broaddus S Vaughn he made tlHTSamo arrangement with them and takes this method of notifying the public that ho is endeavor ing to make an honest living in this manner and solicits your orders Call on or telephone No 007 j19tf V- j p iT f Ladies Suits Ladies Suits worth 2500 to 3500 i for 15 ffl Ladies Suits worth 1750 to 2000 for 1151 adi worth 1250 to J 500 for 850 Ladies Suits worth 1000 7 for 650 4 Ladies Cloaks L i sCIo Ladies worth 1250 to 1350 for 8 50 Ladies Cloaks worth 10OQ jot 55 f Ladies Cloaksworth 750 to 850 for425u Ladies Cloaks worth 500 to 650 for f 350 ChiIavers Cloaks 98c to 300 T lf j J fib J t iI I i f rA 912i The Wron Wa is 11 11W Pe i for old stock you L PAPER t + + + t Henry Bowman of Kockcastlc got 8283 for the tobacco from two acres The 131acro farm near Nicholasvillc known as the Welch place sold at 107 At Bowling Green on court day mules sold nt 175 to 259 One extra good one brought 3275 John L Helm Son Elizabethtown sold to Sam Boll of Glendale 93 head of export cattle at 5 14 cents pe pound The cattlo averaged 1400 pounds Expert farmers are wanted by Undo Sam to teach the Indians how to farm Ho offers 1200 a year and must bo graduates from agricultural colleges Believing that an entire herd of cattle at the Arkansas Hospital for the Insane was affected with tuburculosis the State Board for Charitable Institutions has or dered seventysue head to be slaughtered Stock hogs in Hardin county are a scarcity and the price thereof is at an aeroplane height Abunch of 50 sold aj 6 l2c Some of the dealers in this class of hogs aro oven asking 0 and 10 cents says a dispatch Cattle traders and hog buyers will do well to go slow for a while Tho meat boycott all over the country is having its effect and prices will fall off still more Right or wrong the agitation is bound to result In lower prices Mrs SCott Durand startled the audience at the Kane county Illinois Farmers Institute when she told them that her profits last year on dairy cows were 12000 Asked what she did with the money she said she spoilt it in keeping a free kindergarten in Chicago She said that she kept her dairy barn as clean and wholesome as her kitchan A Lot of Truth The following poem taken from an exchange contains more truth than poe Listen Tho rose that smells the sweetest is the first to fade the boy who runs theswiftest the ono to soonest jade The brightest of tho evening has the gloomiest dawn the man who buys the biggest yard must mow the biggest lawn Tho apple that is largest has the fattest worms of all tho fellow who gets on in life is always full of gall The soup that looks the cleanest is the first to show the flies the follow who would soil the goods must pay to advertise The hen that lays the biggest egg willl be tho first to sot and the things we all hanker for aro tho last of all we got The simplest thing is always best and yet we pass it by to mon key with the tinsel things that catch and fool tho eye When Is Easter Easter is always the first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equi nox on March 21st This year Easter Sunday will fall an March 27th fifteen days earlier than it did last year It will be the second earliest Easter in a quarter of a century that on March 22nd 1004 being the vernal equinox in that period Wants An Orator The Elizabothtown News discussing the problem of whom the Democrats should nominate for Govenor next time says that some man should be selected boysIClay Breckcnridge and Blackburn wore made popular and invincible by their ora torical powers and that the Democratic majority was reduced twenty thousand when Buckner made tho race against Bradley because the former was unable to copo with him on tho stump and that it was Bradleys Superiority over Wat Hard in in this respect that defeated the the latter for Governor The News con cludes its article by suggesting Hon J C S Blackburn as the man who can redeem the State from Republican rule Hamlet to Date To beef or not to beef That is the question Whether tis nobler in the human corporation to suffer the stings and gnawings of unrequited appetite or by taking pledge against the foodprice boosters end them To sniff to taste to chew to gorge steakchop roast tongue ribs wie ners perhaps to dreamt Aye theres tho grub For in that dream what vision may come twelve cent hamburger ten cent tenderloin eight cent liverto horrow up our starved imaginations Ah tis the price that makes cowards of us all inclining us rather to accept the vegetary menu een though in dreams wo rouse such indigestive pangs as sleep may conjure from the baseless fabric of a phanton ham State Farmers Institute The State Farmers Institute will be held at Frankfort on February 23rd24th and 25th Farmers from all over Ken tucky will go to Frankfort for State Institute and the meeting will be ono of the most interesting which has over been held Commissioner Rankin has prepared an attractive program for the In siitute and expects to best posted farm experts in thecuntr5 to make talks The session will bo devoted to work and business and tho delegates will have little time for anything outside T A jr r 4 Better Mattress For Less Money iv Our liberal guarantee is backed up by the Stearns Foster Co and beyond doubt the superior quality of Stearns Foster mattresses mSmAM jJfQSTER make examine something no to do The inside of most is a dark secret and you cant judge merely by a pretty ticking or a pleasant talk t p Come in a k Every on 60 free trial r- LJp When You Need Foleys Orino Laxative When you have that dull heavy feverish feeling accompanied by constipation When you have headache indigestion bil iousnnss pains in stomach and bowels then you need Foleys Oritio Laxative It troves the bowels freelv and gently and thoroughly clears the intestinal tract It toes not gripe or nauseate and cures constipation Its pleasant to take and especially recommended inr women and children Sold by Stockton Son flrn 1 Suits Clocks proves in addition to the special prices mentioned we have bargains in other heavy goods Also com plete lines of new up to date J Laces Muslin Underwear Ginghams etc Spring 1910 The mst beautiful assortment oj new Spring White Goods we have ever shown and our prices have not been affected one whit the high prices in cotton as all our orders were placed early and before the advance Coma d iir7 r ivv ti J jvlJTRESS lazy liver leads to chronic dyspep sin nnd constipation weakens the whole system Downs Regulets cts box correct the liver tone the stomach cure constipation flm Are you saving your coupons given on the piano by tho Normal City Laundry Its fine instrument and everybody has an equal chance to get it j122t Ogres babys croup Willies daily cuts and bruises mamas sore throat grandmas lameness Dr Tnomas Eclectric Oilthe great household remedy fljn i350 1 IWe guarantee it to be better than any other advertised at any price All Stearns Foster Mattresses allow you to the inside the most important side to know of the very mattress you buy I other maker allows you mattresses clerks today mattress sold nights g7tO1dhLam LackeyIf you will just take Kodol now awl then you need not fear or Iieoitate to eat all the Rood food that you want for Kodol will digest you eat Kolod is for weak and sour stomachs Kodol is toTtake and itls to give relief at once Sold by flm Life insurance is that no man should fail to have See Breck S Smith and place your insurance in safe reliable company jI22m Prices Cut Almost in Halves 1050aks BAXTER PhoneAL 1t v and Embroideries for by 0 f A 5 a a WINDSORGRADE whatever pleasant guaranteed AllDruggiste a protection a Six Nights Go As You Please t Race motherfinnight carrying a baby And they wont tier what the matter is Chances aro the child is starving worms are eating alt of its fool Most children have worms yours neednt Whites Cream Vermifuge will set rid of tho worms and strengthen the child Sold by Perry and Thomas Mm We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each Mens Suits Mens 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 Mens Overcoats Overcoats worth 1750 to 2000 for 1200 Overcoats worth 1250 to 1500 for 950 Overcoats worth 10 for 695 Overcoats worth 750 to 850 for 550 Overcoats worth 500 to 650 for 375 t Youths Overcoats from 275 to 395 Boys Overcoats from 98c to 295 v ptIc V t rt t + y5I f l r o ry y r ii r j lr k iijc 1 HartIi1tOii t L3Trothers I Tobacco Canvas 2C 12 3 and 3 12 c Thompsons Glovefitting Corsets BUY EARLYJust look at McKees while down street if v you want to see something new and prettyfor spring They are getting in all of their J C v j Sew Gingham f Cheviots and White Materials Be sure and see their Embroideries v for they are the handsomest we have ever bought at the price Owen IVlcKeei iSeeOur Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns The Richmond Climax flIRT WEJIBB1T IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Peat and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Mimber PRESS ud PUBtlSlERS lEAGUE FFICE f100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY PElt 16 1910 Senator Walkins of Union County has introduced a bill in the Legislature to make the violation of beforeelectlon promises a felony fixing tho penalty at imprisonment from one to twenty years If such a law could bo enforced it would prove a great benefitbut to rob the festive canidate of the privilege of promising cveybody everything asked takes away most pf his stock in trade and would leave little for him to work on Take the public speaker for instance and think what would be left him should ho be deprived of telling the dear people the many things he is going to do if honored Theres no probablily of this becoming a law however as there are too many polticians in Frankfort to allow it Teddy Roosevelt Jr is to be married in the Spring and a great amount of fuss is being made over the fact We see no reason for this only from the fact that young Teddy has learned trade and has a job before tieing up in double harness Although he had many chances to enter some profession he showed his hoss sense by learing a trade carpet mali ingand secured good honest employ ment His example is worthy of emula tion by Americas rising generation When one Indiana minister brings suit against another for ali nation of his wifes affections its about time to begin action against the sinner whoa occupies the pulpit We Ire satisfied that tho guilty preacher was one of the kind who generally filled his sermons with abuse of the people Nine times in ten the abusive preacher is guilty of some sin greater than that of his bearers and needs n coat of tar and feathers Wur dont you give us some news of what the legislature is doing asked a subscriber thin other day We assured our friend that if any man could find anything the session has accomplished lie would perform a feat no other person is oven willing to tackle Theres noth ing doing at Frankfort the wets and drys being in full control and are sitting idle watching each other like a Kit watching a rat hole A Chicago man is mean enough to accuse the women of being responsible for tho high price of living We will venture to say that this very same fellow keeps his own wifeover the cook stove and wash tub and is too stingy to provide her with the necessaries of life Its such people who generally make theseremarks about the extravagance of the woman AI wOIIUUl whose husband does this kind of tails should go down town and buy n mop stick Tho price of bibles is to bo advanced There are so few worn out ones in the country that the advance will not aMount to much The editor of a Southern news pa per finds consolation in the fact that he can jeniembenenough scripture to save himself and his brother Democrats how over AntI ho might have added the the Republicans are hoplessly lostunI way The greatest trmy on eartltis com posed of those people who are good simI jily because they have never T tempted It gives us a severe pain toI to hear some old codger abusing CuI Lt people for doing something he has neerji had a desire lo do The only prove your own gameness is by putting yourself in the other fellows position Notwithstanding the fatt that he was for Fairbanks for President Senator W O Bradley has landed every officeseeker he has recommended and he will dictate the d distribution of the remaining plums His signature to an application brings I forth fruit and that quickly J JEWTQR Ron Cozlno of Shelby has jtMoved into his handsoHse iIIej bfitc which he had constructed vWw of conveniencc and eowtert n iI nreladtkjtlutttvit The Danville people are after Senator andIlocal option bill Senator Ruffle says meanwhilegolngIas as one solon described his position the handsome and IaltcrGul1ion Gullion of Newcastle has quit journalism buckled on his sword and pistol and will fight bleed and die for his country Young Gullion has entered West Point Military Acad only Editor Desha Breckinridge of the Lexington Herald adds to hisalways inter cst ing editorial columna number of crisp Paragraphs which make mighty good reading Ills work is splendid anti every day gives more evidence that he is a worthy chip off the old block Judging by the absence of good results LegislaIturowarming seats in the lawmaking body We are satisfied that some are pint size and unable to handle quartsize legislation Former Editor Saufley Hughes who held down the Lancaster Record seems to be taking his tIme in getting back into the fold Get busy young man youre too good a newspaper man to allow your goosequill to remain idle A Philadelphia woman is sueing for 325000 for a stolen kiss Had she been a pretty Kentucky girl the damages ask ed are not excessive but a kiss from a Philadelphia woman is rot worth a canceled postage stamp A report from Washington says society in that city prefers tainted meat This taste must have been acquired by living in theatmosphere of so much tainted politics and is really not surprising It is said that President Taft has Signified the desire to Appoint a few good Democrats to office We hereby make application for the position of Pork Inspector at Jerusalem A new popular song Is entitled Shut Up the Chickens Weve Got to Catch tho Roosters Tomorrow A good companion in the Kentucky Legislature would bcMIow Dry Am I A Chicago magazine oilers a prize for one word to describe that city Judging by continued reports of murders rob beries etc in the Windy City hQ w would Perdition answer A Louisville couple was divorced on Tuesday repented on Wednesday and remarried on Thursday The Falls City is making good time toward becoming the eqnal of Chicago Keep a hen advises the governor of Ohio Yes and an automobile a private yacht n winter homo In Florida and a few other such luxuries would come in right handy ATOcpns5n hen is reported to lay eggs eight inches long If the hens desire to make up for all tho time they have lost they all will have to lay eggs that lenght Editor IIi Richardson has given up his place on tho tripod of the Taylor County Enquirer We trust he wilt not remain out of the harness long Whether theVlrys win anything in the Legislature or not they certainly hav caused agreat drouth in the enact mont of any other good laws I Social and Personal t rcMiss Lucy Adams is visiting in Clark county Mrs A C ScaiUau is at Murtinsvlllo Indiana Mr James Tibble is ill at the IV A C Infinnaiy Dr Hobson has returned from a business trip In Chicago Miss Sarah Ely has returned from a visit to relatives in Berea Mrs L D Tjkis is improving from her recent sevt 10 illness Mr Joe S I asjlden of Lancaster was hero Sunday an4 XonQay Mrs MV C Kcllojgjnd daughters wilVlcavelhis weekforFtoridat Miss Bessie Stoiiifer is the guest of Mrsill 6 Burke in Lexington Miss Eleanor Chenaultis in Cincinnati visiting her sister Mrs Hugh Bates Mss Eaante HeFarkRd efLeriflf toa is the gUest ff Mr Elmer Tate Miss X nrey Terry HM mwiwd frti ftIet Hr paIIt 4t i V fn Miss Polly Lisle who has been visit ing here has returned to Winchester Mrs Keale Speed of New York has been with her sister Mrs JS Crutcher Mrs Charles S Turner is visiting her AugustaGaMrsRiley Spears of Nicholasville is visiting her daughter Mrs Joe Chen aultMr Caswell Tribble has gone to Miss- Issippi to spend the remainder of the winter Mrs James Smith is in Louisville visiting her daughter Mrs Julian Van Winkle beeniisitingPaint Lick Miss Margaret Ballard has returned to Chillicothe Ohio after a visit to Mrs John Adams Miss Chestine Rucker of Paint Lick has been the recent guest of Mr and Mrs J P Rucker Mrs Gates and daughter of St Louis spent a few days with Mrs B H Gridor en route to California Mr and Mrs W D Oldham and little son Abner spent the week end in Cincinnati and Cynthiana Millineryfirmill is very much improved Winchester Democrat Miss Curra leon Smith of Richmond is visiting her sister Mrs Jas M Benton daughterlaySallee on GJy don avenue Mr and Mrs Clarence Elmore of Covington are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs n Juett this week Mr Hale Dean is in Ann Arbor Mich where he went to be with Jerry Powell who is very ill with rheumatism The many friends of Mrs Joe Chen ault are gratified to know sho is recovering from her recent severe illness Somerset Times John R Gibson and children of Richmond are spending a few days with roativcs in this city Miss Elizabeth Farley while spending the winter in Dcland Fla is taking a business course in Stetson University Dr andMrs O W Evans have re turned from a two we ks visit to Kansas City Turncy Mo and Highland Kan sasMr Charlie Sharp of Louisville formerly of Panola was called home last week by death of his mother Mrs D F Sharp laughtersMarievisit to her mother MrsR C Morgan of LexinglonI Mrs Hubert Griggs and Mrs II M Whittington left last week for St Louis and New York City to purchase spring and summer millinery Mondayforilarriman eral of their aunt Miss Jane Daniel account of whose death appears in another columnDanville Advpcate Miss Xaomi Daily formerly connected with the local Singer Sewing Machine office in Danville has accepted a position with the Singer ofiico Richmond for which point she will leave next Monday Mr R L Gentry loft last week for an extended trip in Western and Southern Kentucky in the interest of the F H Lawson Co of Cincinnati lIe will also make a short visit to his son R L Gentry Jr in Nashville Tenn Xicholasville Journal Mrs Jlollie Powell and daughters Emma and Lillie are visiting her daughter Mrs B 31 Lackey in UichmondAMlss Jfora Sopor of Richmond is visiting Mrs M F Arnett and Miss Mattio Duncan Richmond friends have received an lIlissDessieDudley formerJloftljs city Mr Dud icy las made his home in Mexico for JsperousIChicago Cincinnati and Indianapolis in the interest of The Richmond Mil linery Co Sho will purchase all the newest and most uptodate creations in ladies and childrens hats Yourrpatron age solicited Senator Gcp T Farris of Lancaster the father of tlw ltty itbiIJwasI- n town SatHritey WjhiteMi the Senate he was JntrH Me14J HfJUlVill paswd many laws of Much eMtalldW a useful member If the drys had him there now tHere would be somothwg doing a ExX yerieeiAto4 i tli- 4l1s awtx tM A1N1 t r fortand took a promlaent part in proceedings He is much sought afrl by the temperance people all over the State as Woods Is armed with facts and figures to back up his arguments and presents his cause in a winning manner Those who attended the BennottBur nam wedding from a distance were Misses China of Frankfort Mr and Mrs Erskine Garland of Huntington Va Mr Tind Mrs Sam Bennett and daughters Misses Sallie and Sue of Lexington George Burnam of St Louis Lucien Burnam of Danville and Miss Laura Clay- Ilichmond friends have received an nouncement of the engagement of Mr Joe A Evans and Miss Minnie Williams of Panama The prospective groom is a son of Dr G W Evans of this city and has many friends in Kentucky who wish him all happiness Ho is engaged in the construction ot the canal and holds an important and lucrative position Miss Williams is from Baltimore and belongs to one of the most promi nent families in that city Winchester News Mrs Mattlo Gay and daughter Mrs Burnam of Rich mond will leave Thursday for New Orleans to spend the remainder of the winter Ike Snowden of Richmond is visiting his sister Mrs Lee Hardman Mr andsMrs Faulkner and Mrs Maggie Yalandingham are in Richmond to attend the trial of Charlie Forkner Mayor C E Woods Richmond was in the city Thursday on his way homo from Frankfort Lancaster Record The following at tended the burial in Richmond Saturday of one of Lancasters oldest and most highly revered citizens D Lackey Mr A It Denny Mrs Matti Duncan Mr and Mrs Charles Ballew Mr and Mrs Joe Burnsidc S C Denny Rev C C Brown Mr John M Farra Senator Geo T Farris Messrs Raymond and Joe Hasoldcn Miss EflIe Kennedy Richmond is visiting Miss Ella Henry Mrs O W Potts and children came Friday for a visit to Mrs Bert Sopor Married BALL WlIlTT XlL Mr William Hall of White Hall and Miss Nannie Whittafcer of Tales Creek were married by Rev Hugh McLellan in this city Wednesday The contracting parties are well known and very popular in their neighborhood and The Climax joins in wishing them a long and happy liCe Going Some Danville Advocate Col James Sliuttlowortli on Wednesday purchased the farm of H D Stiles on the Lebanon pike The place embraces 313 acres and the consideration was SJCQper acre the highest price over paid for a Boyle coun ty farm of the same size Mr Stiles bought the farm one your ago and got an increase of 11000 over the price he paid for the place He cleared 83000 by running the farm and therefore made a to tal profit of 17000 in one year Mr Shuttloworth formerly owned the the place Bill Nye Correct Bill Nye had tho truth well told when ho said A man may use a wart on the back of his neck for a collar button ride on the back coach of a railroad train to save interest on his money till the conductor gets around stop his watch at night to save wear and tear leave his j or to without a dot or cross to save iuk pasture his mothers grave to save corn but a man of this sort is a gentleman and a scholar compared to the fellow that will take a newspaper two or three years and when asked to pay for it puts it back into the office and has it marked refused Golden Wedding That genuine old time southern hos pitality is what characterized the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Wm Benton at Waco last Wednesday The venerable couple were kept in ignor anco of tho preparations that were going on to make this a gala day However through the busy efforts of relatives and friends nothing was left undone and not until thoguests began to arrive did it dawn on them that they were being showered with manifold tokens of goodwill and wishes in honor of tho happy occasion Tho bride and groom of filly years ago threw tlCmbehes into tin spirit of the celebration with all their old time buoyancy and everything went merry as a wedding bell It would be hard to describe the dinner for the table fairly groaned under its weight of good things and it was around this festive board that many toasts wero expressed for the continual good health and prosperity of the host and hostess Mr and lrs1 Benton aro the beloved parents of Judge J M Benton of Winchester circuit judge of this districtMr Bunion is also a brother of MrsJIargarct Lackey one of our most honored women The Climax joins with hosts of friends in extending hearty congratulations and good wishes Favorably Impressed A special to the Courier Journal from Frankfort says The members of the Normal Schoo Committees of the Senate and House returned to Frankfort from inspecting tho Eastern Normal School at Richmond The members of the committees aro well satisfied with the good showing made at tho various schools visited and are fully convinced that in order to carry on the work the appropriations asked for must be made At the Eastern Normal School at Ilich mond the money appropriated at the last session of the Legislature has been used in tho erection of a girls dormitory which is named after the late Presi dent ofiho school Iluric Novel Roark and the class room building which is called the Sullivan Building in honor of Jerro Sullivan who represented Madison county in the 1903 Legislature and helped to secure the appropriation While these buildings havo been com pleted It is necessary that money he appropriated to purchase furniture con struct roads anti sidewalks There is now enrolled over SOO stu dents anti of this number 75 per cent lire teachers who have had experience in teaching and are thiereirepaing themselves to better instruct tho chil dren in the rural districts The Chairman of the Committee in tho House Don 6 McVean of Coving ton says that ho is in favor of appro priating overyccnt asked for by these iBstkutwns Jor said Mr McVean We are not making a gift of this money to ure31proprlating111i titeky who Rust depend ontho gnwlu Rtesofr these colleges for tliejc od nun tion onsIUwrinfto rjaiaL He k MM CgM M wt rnmim JJItl fa t4mt b-odjtkpstM L1 r Low Cut PricesONp a High Cut Shoes Mens 8 Q9 High Top Shoes ooSebidExc ted 6 OQ c 0 7 00 U 550 6 00 500 500u u Ll r 400U U 325 U 350 300 R1Ce 61IdTRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE Result of Common School Graduation Examination At an examination held on the last Friday and Saturday in January and conducted by the Madison County Board of Examiners there were seventeen white pupils from tho common schools of the county and three colored pupils who appeared as applicants for diplomas of graduation from the common schools The examination was upon questions sent out by the State Board of Exami ners covering tho course outlined by the State Board in the ten com men school ubjects Out of the number mentioned twelve white applicants were successful in attaining the required grades and two colored applicants Their names and general averages of grades as follows WHITE Miss Nellie Lanter0012 Miss Minnie Curg ltroaddus82 Miss Mary T Kirby81MO Miss Annie Lantern70 45 Miss Nancy Sheareruu7D 45 Jas P Deatheragn 77411 Clarence Shrewsbury nU 7025 Miss Rolla Barnes 70 010 Miss Lucy Tudor75 45 Miss Urathie Williams75 35 Edwin Turloy5110 Miss Jane Rico75COLORCU William Bellowi77 110 Mary Massie75Th-inabove named persons by reason of such evidence of having completed the common school course are entitled to attend the County High Schools for white and colored persons respectively The white graduates may attend the Caldwell High School and the colored graduates may attend the Colored High School at Richmond The Last Of It Winchester Democrat Yesterday eighty hogshead of tobacco were tohavc been sold at a Lexington warehouse by the Burley Society This isis a part of the tobacco contracted for by thVinde pendents and nottakcn and represents what was loft from the sale here last summer it is tho last ot tho 10007 pooled tobacco Should Patronize Barber After he had kissed her and pressed her rosy cheek ngainsthilsand patted her soft round chin she throwback and asked George doyoushavo yourself Yes he replied I thought so she said Your face i the roughest 1 ever Thor she stopped but it was too late and ho went away with a cold heavy lump in his breast A Big Steer Perhaps without an equal is a black Shorthorn steer owned by Elias Micholl near Fountain City Indiana Tho steer weighs 1500 pounds is six foot in hight and five feet two i chesacross tioback The steer is tho object of much attention and MitchclLsaysJie IRS refused 1200 for it expecting to get much more The steer is allowed to run at largo in a large pasture The Postal Deficit There is much talk nowadays about the annual postal deficit of seventeen mil lions The Postoinco Department if it were managed with onehalf the thrift of tho expcss companies or other railroad freight would pay tho Govcrment a profit of at least twenty per ceut on two hundred inilllions of dollars Any corporation of tho United States with its board of directors sitting on Capitol Hill would make that much out of it WfcDOUGlS 3 1I4SIVES qysIoE5 THE LAST MAKER AW HETHLEit wMEn RUE SHOES w THEirmft UPeiMOfr TO OTHER MAKES I 1a n W LUgi who fer thc tal1IOHMriwcomfwt duntblllty YGNHqIt9 Howard Ute y yIegsjmgtjhow WL DIMIjI 10 eie tIJMy1NWtIt01 trwa thaft ay Sl JIIfIntif AlfTJOK Oat 8telltdWllouirIMg 1E for Jku j Jtp A L1 nIf i ff1t r f 0t 1 r Coughs of- Children Especially night coughs Na ture needs a little help to quiet the irritation control the inflammation check the progress of the disease Our advice is give the children Ayers Cherry Pectoral Ask your doctor if this is his advice also He knows best Do as he says Aqerlih our formula banish alcohol onrnedlfllcaa w UrPFOU to cosroit your doctor If you think constipation is of trifling consequence just ask your doctor He will disabuse you of that notion in short order Correct it at once I to he will Then ask him about Ayers Pills A mild liver pill all vegetable Md Vrth J c Ar CoxowaU V M Gov Willsons Soldiers A side light on thOse things responsi ble for tho present depleted condition of the State Treasury had been bronght out by the investigation now on and having to do with the management and condition of the Kentucky militia From the testimony of witnesses it has been do veloped that the Stato spent during the night rider troubles a total of 189000 in sending State troops to first one place and then another and in many instances without any requests having been made to the Governor to send troops It has been developed that the bill of one livery man alone for horse hire for militia men and not incluning feed was moro than 10000 This is looked upon as rank extravagance oil the part of the Governor brought about by poor judg ment on his part It is generally con ceded that little or no good was accomplished by means of State militia duringthe night rider troubles THESE PRIGES ARE FORJ xv P i CASH Get Our Prices on Heavy Shoes of All Kinds Short Hemp Crop The decision of the Kentucky hemp growers who met at the Phoenix Hotel Tuesday to form a hemp pool has de eloped the fact according to a leading business man who is conversant with thIsIhempproducing section in tho United States is oven smaller than the crop of 1882 when the total production amounted to only thirtyfive hundred tons This year the crop comprises only about six thousand acres which it is estimated will produce only about twentyfive hundred tons About fifteen per cent of this years acreage has been bought by dealers but the remainder is still in tho hands of the growersTho pool which comprises four teen or fifteen counties of the Blue Grass section of the State expects to control 75 or SO per cent of this years cropAs the crop is unusually short this year and tho bulk of it will be controlled by the pool hemp dealers in Lexington which is the largest hemp market in tho country anticipate a sharp advance in the price of the fibre MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin Sufferers Drop Greasy Salves and Nasty Medicines That mild soothing liquid D D D Prescription stops tho awful itch with tho first drops A prescription of ac knowledge value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will lako awaytho itch right away and you will sleep soundly We assure you personal ly of tho merits of this remedy for we know Sold by Stockton Son Rich mond Ky- Breck Smith represent the most reliable insurance companies And will be glad to explain their policies j122m The Old StandI Under New Management Having purchased the interest of my former partner Mr W A Thomas I take pleasure in announcing to my friends and customers that we have completely overhauled the stock and now have everything in Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines Our Hue of Druggists Sundries is complete in every detail while our Prescription Depart ment is unexcelled and in charged of Regist ed Pharmacists We will appreciate a call Henry L Perry Phone 75 Main Street AND COMPANY Means our customers We make our patrons one of us by giving them lowest prices So bear that when you trade with Do B Shackelford 5 Go you represent the Company SpeciaIBargai s Winter is not yet past but we have decided to sell all Heating Stoves at first cost It will pay you to buy one now and hold it next fall so low are our prices on them i Watch this space each week for special offs ron various necessities whichwillbeoffered DBShackeIfordGtc 11I a J 1t r I Stock Notes Dogs killed three and crippled 15 fine sheep for C M J5umrall in Boyle W W Razor of Bath county sold a pair of twoyearold mules for 8310 and a pair of threeyearolds for 500 Of tho 8200000000 that the farms of the United States yielded in WOO the Souths share was 2400000000 From thin crowd and tho live stock trading going on here Saturday you would have thought it was court day Somerset Journal A considerable crop of tobacco was raised in Knox county Over 850000 worth o f tho weed changed hands a t Barb urvillo in a few days Why does Great Britlan buy its oatmeal of us Certainly it seems like carrying exportingthe Quaker Oats Company sends hundreds of thousands of cases of Quaker Oats to Great Britian and EuropeaThe reason is simple while the English and Scotch have for centuries eaten oatmeal in quantities and with a regularity that has made them the most rugged physically and active mentally of all people the American has been eating oatmeal and tryin all the time to improve the methods of manufacture so that he might get that desirable foreign trade How well he has succeededwould be seen at a glance at the export re ports on Quaker Oats is without a rival is packed in regular lOc packages and in hermetically sealed tins climates si Choose Any Cut You Like from our meats and youll find it rich juicy and tender For wo handle only the youngest choicest cattle sheep calves etc Wives can even send their husbands hero to buy meats We can not palm off poor meat on them because we havent got it But comoyourself if you can i C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 125 Take a Check Book When Shopping and pay for your purchases that way and you will bo treated with increased respect besides knowing where your money has gono to This Bank opens accounts with ladles and issues a special check book for their use Stop in and learn about a bank accounts many advantages State Bank and Trust Company Richmond Kentucky Representative of the National Cooperative Realty Company JIAa HIGGINS 258 L Main Street Richmond Ky I have opened my Real Estate office and will be glad to receive your list of For Sale or Rent Property City Pro perty or Farm Lands Have arranged to have property well advertised in home papers and National Bulletin RENTS COLLECTED CLEARANCE SALE Begining Monday January 24and Ending February 24 All articles on which we feel ourselves overstocked will be marked down to prices that will sell thani 8 day Iron Clocks worth 1000 Sale Price 600 3and4Brass5Everythintunit3T to get goods of quality at bargain pr- icesLELANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street =i= Now Meet Market Having purchased of Mr Thou Samuels his meat market onMain street I Fill continue the business at the old stand verybtistest you HARVEY DOUGLASr Fresh and Cured Meets SaUeFiS1IEiC j EasfMtmtJeef Al jo iif ta 4 to J r i it 11 F1 1 Q I I r i J t0 c Ballard k Snow Lme1tPci- tivciy Cures LcniBackSprains Bruises etc edThreeEPLLAD SW U3EeT coJAUCS F PNprhtorST LOUIS Fli = UlSSOUm 4 L PERRY THOMAS Rural Telephones rsIIwhciIIIO1dIJua1tolslashilleirn11AdiateyIIIlerestLouisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois IM IJI i EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated That Lame Back Means Kidney DiseaseAnd to Relieve the Lame and Aching Back You Must First Relieve the Kidneys There Is no question about that achingbackdition of the kidneys and bladder It waythatby removing the cause of the con dition And lame and aching back are not by any means the only symptoms of derangement of the kidneys and bladder There are a multitude of wellknown and un rilakabie Indications of a more or less dangerous condition Some of these are for instance Extreme and unnatural lassitude and wear ness nervous Irritability heart Ir sleeplessnessrest scalding sensation and sedi 7 oftheBladderPills affectionsoperatedIrectlybeneficial results are at once felt effectuallyneys bladder and liver to perfect and healthy condition even In some of the most advanced cases whohave beI I For Sale All Druggists von Cash Store The lady who never invested never discover ed the truth We are now showing the v New Things of the Season Superior Quality Good Styles Lowest Prices I Suits Dresses Capes Corsets Hair Etc Fitting by Mrs James Moore 2 WdJBWaIker1 38 Second Street Richmond Ky Ii = The Burton Water System Water Works For Country Homes 43r our Pnenmatje Water System water is forced wnr where hone stable or for all domestic OSeS and for fire protection Cool Water in summer and Ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tint underground no freezing or bnrstinz of pipes prUUrObeeneratea 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our indindaal waterworks plants are In use We hive many letters from Iofpersonal opinlclISa coPy free Costs n500 IWd p according to your requirements Write for full par tIcularsC A BURTON V re tiUPPL yo E C DeWitt Co Chicago IlL are afflicted with kidney and blat der diseases to at once write them and a trial box of these Pills will sent free by return mall by t c i n The latest best nod cheapest plant for etorioc water underpressure always reliable ura und safe Can be put in bv your self and operated by Iiund motor cnsoline engine wind inillonil is the latest and best water supply system This system is Ideal for farms country homes Suburban places anti can be adapted toauy place condition or position rybestplace modem and have nil the latest iznprovencllt5 Splendid prnpcrty4Getplace and have baths and oil the comforts of n city home The Cost Is all g1tthe benefit Is crat Sold By RiciedI tor Fltnibkg tellp1 Incorporated Y f ftafioia a- 4piiii 1 II ELtG1oD MoLHT1 Semi GTcaWa VrpnFlhV Te chingl of PIIDenominattns Tlievork ofctue gospel licrald can flIJrQiCcfOuRctPresbyterian tfroouigi Christian Languor H Jhe Christiana of the world took easeChristhuilfy NcwYorkFOr the General Good atransflrrnatlouthat innn shall no longer wore for geuerUjgood governwentrow Cpngresatlquailst Washington Desecration of the Sabbath The small violation of the law of the anlldrngsupon the Christian people the mfcin tllseountOnceTerns Hay u1refusing to read the wtthOOtl1et NewYqrk NeededIttoday to spiritmnintaiiicd riibtIsn01 oftheof some distant hereafter but not the splrit which should pervade the facto UHirschReligious Training IRthatonlseJtluward the UIUIIIOU good UcNgloust ed nnttiou Is to transform Ittfp habit cr erything that ought to belong to oncs nature Trw oklllUIS111I1I of What shall do to In siv dV now lias to be tnbUnitarian UHnibriilgc Mass VCmrt Unfittad Fr CJicnWctk1- t3 one CIM rwidilv contpive that woman was iiivrr iutauiled liy the Ui vlie Master to east herself Into the ru turmoil at the political iircna JSVither womans body nor her Jnlnd OCeUIIttollillJr wusailrfneIIIllilHOmanjCatholil Universe Brotherhood IItalulwords Will tin nign of brotherhood IIcJhollleSI to prophesy that just as longas thereare great nations like Turkey and China and Japan still JesunCIJliraIn for Jho universal reign of hrntlier hood nuu eoce auioug the different nations and peoidcs of the world Tev W Mentaeue Geer Episcopalian New York Discovsries of Man Han dterovers In tile world and worlds of uotiud and color laid form a temple for the glory of Gut Man dis covers In binisvlf the dcsfro mid abili ty to we the forms anti colors and sounds for the building of a temple for the glory of God Man discovers that inasmuch as he possesses a spirit the body in whkh that snirit lives Is a temple for the glory of tied Man dia cowcs that Inasmuch its all nienpos setw till siirit jf the luiiuite there fore man Itt his relation to his fellow man formsa temple for tho glory of God Her Dr Robert McLaughlin Congregationalist Urooklyu The Religion of Jesus The progress of the world today Is t9ward democracy Christianity is a democracy but the church maintains an aristocracy The common people arc not in the church nod yet the common people rule the world Wher ever today you find a church that takes seriously Christs social law of serv ice there you find men I believe that the adoption of the religion of Jesus as a practical creed for the conduct everymongthe problems which now excite the minds of men JJuv Madison C Pe ters Presbyterian New 1orkIHeroic Action Needed Though the Jews had threatened to stone him he would face their op position and continue his ministry even until It was finished Jesus would co back to the stones Ulsconduct in this instance Is illustrative of the heroic element in Christianity He would not change his course because perils confronted him or because death was threatened A like spirit should possess all his followers Unlike Jesus how soon wd weary of well doing to- go again and ict again To persist In efforts to reach people with the gospel docs not distinguish the ordinary Christian worker The Sunday school teacher comes discouraged the par ent lOses heart and the minister de spairs Grant that our labors are not appreciated our Kindliest motives are impugned and our services are resent ed yet It behooves us to toll on in hope and c uHlge and with the belief that onr labors are not In vain Let us persist In going yet again into our judcaKev Dr J JMulr Baptist Washington n 0 Ufttog tM W RahMt pvopetwafwltboUteupporttngtb other bund It Is true that tbe mother graspinginback of tier offsprings nods but a waUerfromsrlueezlngorburng grownlargerits andfurbybeinghelpless to run or struggle as in such u position certain of Its muscles can absolutelyatmentor InlIftingsupportedby straintugdelicate curs Watchword More Than One Way hadknownsylvania had dropped in to talk old tbe1Iryer bytherangInHockensplutterother room and proceeding to hold this Rungmany Hello 4IYes 7 Xo IJprtha Ill nnt have time to come borne for dinner Its already 430 and I have several hours work yet to do I am very busy and have been detained fl Yes Goodby Then lie Went hack to his desk But Mr llockcnspluttcr had already risen to go Chicago Tribune That Genius Whistler Of Whistler Lady St Ilclier in Memories or tiny Years writes thus no was n genius and thud nil the dp feels and qualities of one To him everything was a juke the subject of a bonmot The lightest aid daintiest of persiflage was what he excelled lu and one never had a dull moment In lila company tie wus nhvnjs lute for dinner arranging the Immortal lock of grimy bajr in its proper place ns tie came Into the room with apologies and excuses none of them true of which he was perfectly conscious and also of the fact that hIs host and hostess knew that they were not Wherever he was there would be a cir cle listening to him and his ringing laugh would be heard all over the room as be sent his shafts right and left Into the joints of the armor of those who wore attacking him It was a great surprise and almost a shock when be appeared sis a benedict How Eskimos Measure Time Writing of the Eskimo methods ot measuring time iu a region ot six months day or night Harry Whitney In Outing says vTne Eskimo divides his periods Into slecps but a sleep does not designate by any means the civilized measure of day and night It Is in fact a very uncertain term Often we traveled from twenty to thirty hours without rest Now there was no night and I so far lost count of IJQW that I was not at all certain ot dates Our single marches with tbo succeeding sleep t not lnrrciuintly covered a full forty eight hour or two ordinary days The object of these extended marches was to take advantage of good weath er and general conditions or because no safe or convenient ramping place presented itself In the interim Two or a Kind There Is something about the char acter of mules that makes their owners at times almost equally stubborn In the Washington Star this dialogue concerning one if not two such animals Is reported Why dont you get rid of that muleSWell sub answered Erastus Pink ley I hates to give in If was to trade that mule off bed regard it as a personal victory Hes been tryln fob de las six weeks to get rid o me An Injustices When Georgn Ill tlret mot Sir John Irwlnxa thirsty soul he remarked facetiously They tell me Sir Joliti youre fond of a glass of wine rlspondpdt1a great Injustice They should have said a bottleSt Louis Republic He Remembered Wife revisiting the scene of her be trotbaiI remember Algernon so well painfullyYes dear and I remember so well bow kind and encouraging you were and how easy you imido it for me after all London Tit Hits Experience Experience would be a wonderful asset but torone thing Vbats tbatV You can newer sell It for what It cost you A small bag cannot lit made to con lain what is large A short rojw can I not be used to draw water Iron n Seep well Chlnese 1rorerli cc4IOC 4I44 4 Qeonjge English 1 1JLMBING l l 1 Doctor for l Gi1s and Gasoline Engines i Agent for Johnson Best System of Water Works for country and suburban homes 1 210 EMain Street Phone 6191 lRICHMOijD E TUCKYl oocI + New Quarters We are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall b i1dingaudarebetter prepared than ever tb care for your skins Bring ifs your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season j i 3f 1hurtnmtt Grocery J LIIptXv l n = l 1 y olcIWj BY FETRIGG REGISTER 10CKFORDIA j CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED J ThIs matter must not be rer rlnteil with out special permission BEST WAY TO FEED CORN Since corn is the chief article of diet in those states where hog raising is carried on extensively the question of the feeding of It In the mast econom Ical form la a live one for every feeder Realizing this fact and with a View to securing data that would be of practi cal value for the feeder the directors of the Iowa experiment station at Ames have been conducting exhaustive feeding experiments for the past three years with a view to finding out in what form corn should be fed to give the largest as well as the most ceo nomlcal gains A bulletlh recently published by the station gives the re suits of these feeding investigations A gist of the findings should be of practical aid to every hog raiser win uses corn as a part of the feeding ra- tIon Six forms of corn were used dry ear corn soaked shell corn dry corn meal soaked cornmeal dry corn and cob meal and soaked com and cob meat It was found that shelling cost 1 cent per bushel shelling awl grind ing 3 cents and grinding corn and cob meal cents In the tests made in 1007 100 pounds of dry ear corn made as much pork as soalcedII1008 tests shelled corn soaked twelve hours gave slightly the fastest gains It was found that whether dry cr soaked a bushel of corn ground without the cob wade wore pork than a bushel of corn ground with the cob while a bushel of ear corn made as much gain ns one and onethird bush cIs ground into corn and cob meal at a cost of 0 cents per bushel Other in teresting features of the experiments might be given but the practical les son of the tests according to the ex perimenters is summarized In the statement that up to 200 pounds in Tvclght the fastest ns well as the most economical gains may be secured by feeding dry car corn while for hogs above this weight the best results are had with fib ellcd corn soaked twelve hours These results will be gratifying to the average feeder for the method of feeding which gives best results is that in which there is a minimum out lay of time and expense in the prepar ing and feeding of the ration THE HOME SUPPLY OF ICE Much may be added to the keeping quality as well as to the enjoyment of the food supplies for the home if a supply of ice is available during the warmer mouths of the year In cities and towns of any fclze the consumer has his wants in this line met by put ting up the lea card With country dwellers the matter is not so simple For those who wish to lay by a supply of Ice for next summer a few sugges ions may be helpful Au outbuilding of about the size required for the nec essary supply may be utilized This should be so situated that there will phefoot or fourteen inches should be left between the body of Ice and the walls of the inclosure The cakes should be packed IfTTcgular fashion for economy of room with enough space between them so as to give free drainage to the bottom The sawdust or other ma terial used in packing should be poured in between the ice and the walls as the pile increases in height but should not be pqcked down When the last tier of ice has been laid a ten inch layer of the packing material should be placed over the whole budy of Ice The air chamber above the Ice should be kept well ventilated during warm weather A supply of Ice is often kept by cruder methods than those above outlined but not with so satisfactory results HOW 30 GET WINTER EGGS How to get the flock of hens to lay during the winter month i3 one of the most important problems the poultry man has on his bands for It is then that his eggs fetch the highest price Professor Rice of Cornell university who has made a special study of the care and feeding of poultry recommends the following method Keep hoppers before the flock all the time one containing grit anotuer crushed oyster shells another ground beet scraps and another a mixture of equal parts by weight of corumeal wheat bran middlings and beef scraps The scraps should be of the best quality and fresh water should be kept before the hens nil the time ou the opposite side of the housefrom the feet hoppers so as to give the fowls exercise An hour before darl a ration of whole grain wheat corn oats barley or buckwheat should be scattered in the litter for the hens to scratch out Professor Rill advise against a hot mash for breakfast a practice followed by many on account of its causing the liens to be inactive for several hours lie coincides with the practice of many n recommending green food alfalfa lover or turnips during the winter months Elderly Peope Helped Free The last years of life arc the sweetest and yct the most difficult to prolong It is then that the greatest cart is exercised in maintaining bodily health But the thief care should al youeatproperly You should not allow your s constipatedNo salts and cathartic pills purgative tablets etc and have come to the conclusion that they arc violent In action and do but temporary good Listen then to the voles of experience with regard to a wonderful and mild laxative Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep sin It is not jew only we are trying to find new friends for it A A Felts of Johnston City HI suffered from stomach trouble for six years and found his cure in Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin His wife uses It too with success We could name hundreds of others Somo heard of it first through neighbors or friends others through the doctors offer to send any sufferer from a stomach liver or bowel complaint a free sample botl for trial without charge If you will Sent your name and address he will sent you a trial bottle direct to your home If Jt proves itself as he claims then eontlaue the treatment by buying a 50cent or 1 bottle of your as all of them sell It Old andlitalways guaranteed from the regular Te1fWMllftber J8 nytiing about yom aihMBt that you dont md ntuid or if yoa treat U1 MMcUeal dtoe jirritt to the dootor and h w imwsr ywt futtr Thweta ao ofcargi for tote Mrviec TU iMntf K DK W B M CaJw U Mfe wia Her HaMeIt la said that before man has dJs covered the color of a girls eyes she leadingfilmThe bachelor girls destination ne cessitated their going through Wood citylucyatopppd for a long time on the bridge which crosses the lake to admire tho wonderfully well kept banks which slope down to the edge of the lake with here and there some artistically arranged shrubbery serving as a back ground As they cast a last look at the Island situated at one end of the lake which Is so tiny one wonders how the large willow tree standing at troopingbranchessweep backward and forward In the water with the wind could possibly have grown there one of the bachelor girls was heardto remark to her com panlon Wouldnt this be an Ideal place to bury omits husbands and come and weep over their graves New rork Press Minstrelsy In Qostonese MLstab Uowjanies may dusk yo to poliit out de distinction tween a Roman stole pbllosophab an a metrical narration In lofty of some great nulmpressllBtyleI belnga paht of de scribed Ju our Institutions of learn insr myInnbllltyferentiation Will you set forth cate gorically the reason or reasons why n Roman stole philosopher should not be tnlpressirehistorical mythological or Imaginary event legend or tradition et cetera Yes sub de one am Eplctetus an do uddah am an epic taught us ladles and gentlemen nave the pleasure of announcing that the renowned scholar and essayist Professor Wendell Osgoodson wilt recite nt this stage of the proceedings his celebrated monologue ou The Apotheosis of the Ephemeral Chicago Tribune 4 Two Battles Porflrlo Diaz gained national promi nence and won hIs spurs at the battle of Puebla where the Liberal forces wade n gallant but laefleetuaf stand against the French who bad invaded Meilcojor the purpose of erecting a throne for Maximilian Notwithstand lug the fact that the Mexican forces were defeated their defense against superior numbers was so gallant thaI the anniversary of the battle of the 5tb of May became a national holiday la Mexico A brusque American once asked Diaz Why Jo you Mexicans celebrate a defeat wnen you know that the French took Puebla President Dlaz with a twinkle lu his eye replied Perhaps we have Iml hated the Americans even to the exteoltof celebralibg our defeats for I have been told that the British dcfeatedthe colonists at Bunker nil and yet you built a monument to commemorate the event A Helping Hand Mistress hurrying frantically Ma ry what time Is it now Maid naif past 2 mum Mistress Oh I thought It was laier still have twenty rain utes to catch the steamer Maid ils mum I knew yed be rusjiedrso I set the clock back thirty minutes to give ye more time Puck Woulde Taken Carepf I fear I am not worthy of you Never mind about that responded the young mdy wit h till square jaw Between mother and myself Imog Ine we can effect the necessary Im provements Louisville CourierJour at The Medium Papa what Is the person called who brings you In contact with the spirit world i bartender my son Exchange RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations Reality confidence and reverence these three make up the religion pf a young man and time greatest of these la reverence Itcv Dr Hugh T Kerr Presbyterian Chicago What Christ Wants It Is not enough to confer titles uponh Christ lie Is not so much with that He wants us to obey him Rev A A Lamy Roman Catholic Worcester Mass Lifs Life Is what you tint Into It not what you get out of it Happiness is a triumph of the Inner spirit over till universe Rev Dr 1Yank Chine Con grcgatlonallst Worcester MOSS A Fruitful Christian Any sensible person will say that 01 all Christians be is moat likely to be fruitful who most gives himself his powers and possessions to the Interests of Gods kingdom Rev Dr Leete Episcopalian Detroit Minim To Approach God The way to God Is through time mind of man Each generation sets a higher standard of living and therefore the mind of man should conceive nud np predate the high standard given ws bj GodHe C K Carpenter Methodist Aurora Ill- Workers Wanted Not Complainers The greatest need of time church today Is workers for the Lord We need Christians who will come In and go to work and not sit down and complain about some one not making them we come Rev S W Smith Baptist Prey Idence R Measure of Gods Love Time gift of Christ Is tire only ado quate measure of Gods love The world contains many things to bless man but we cannot judge from what wo see about us time measure of Gods love Rev D It Raukiu ircsby te dun Denver Men at Church- Men do go to church and In large numbers and wltk sympathetic SOUit when you give them something to6v for something that satisfies thrtr high est Intellects their spiritual aspiration and needs R6V K D Tri per Ban t0st Philadelphia Gods Han Behind the mechanism of the worlds civilization is the power of God TIme Imnds of God arc on our bauds for goodIf we trusted Gods hand more we should spend less time fretting and worrying Rev Dr O P Clifford Baptist Brookline Mass Marks of Moral Power Everywhere there are ularitaof a mor al power that makes for righteousness In the world Life Is koyijd tc tar play through nature by nutonpjitla methods rowardsfor rlghteousneaj aM punish ment for iniquity Her Nr lllllis Congrcgationailst Brooklyn Value of Roverence When a young man loses the sense of reverence when he nijver bowsf down in worship when hit heart ls never hushed In the presence of mys tery the fountain of his goy la sQon drledwp and he becomes lite6wn god Rev Dr Uuh T KcrrjJxesbyte thin Chicago L oI1sf Resurrection Life la stronger than dentin The spur isBot conquered when the body ilK through the shadows of the grave rises to a higher and belter state et Gktsteece HereH to not far away lilworttotspkito1uHUC L This thiess4a fIl the rurrec tf 1 sWher VM = tP a II the Newest and Latest Novel Young Men plain nncl fancy effects the IFurnishlnR kind patterns some gay others plain the right fit To feel tfong havo good a ml digestion sleep soundly appetiteI ife use Rnrdock Blood g reat system tonic and builder flw ScratchlScratch OintmentIting All drugaists sill it Mni Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will lean money at 5 percent interest on good improved farm mils on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenanlt Atty C9f Richmond Ky Mound City Paints may cost a rifle more but Stockton son 24nly Five FiveAcre Farms Five good fiveacre farms for sale at a 500 each Less titan three miles from Richmond Fertile and it put in to bacco will pity for themselves in ono year Front on pike Offer good only until Feb 20J C Chenault Richmond Ky Embroidery With tho approach of Spring and Caster the feminine mint naturally turns to dainty beautiful lingerie Nothing is so charming and suitable as hand embroidery Miss Eva Roberts has a fun lino of new patterns and is prepared to do tamping at reasonable prices She curries a full lino of embroider materials and will bo glad to have her friends 1tampingdesigns Give hera call Residence First street in the rear of White Wines Drugstore tf Baby Hands ill get into mischief often it meaisS burn or cnt or scald Appl c ds Snow Liniment just as soon as ho accident happens and the pain vill be relieved while the wound will leal quietly and nicely Asure euro or Fprairs Hbeuinatism and all pains riceiuSOeSlOO a bottle Sold by Jerry Thomas Our clothes cost no more Conicletgation to buy our pleas todnyComegreeting awaits you at 1250 r r Character in- CLOTHESIswbat lends Cbaiiclcr 1r Are You Satisfied youbelieveis the nplri of the nse this is nowhere more noticeable in oil Oothrs areDlmutter if on or social mission if alferchantCharucterMnkinir Clothe iudtviduaitywjulculiunce und place you in the front rank of ittryoneottbeewNodelsand monument of eurnest endeavor that the youwiltforeverto yourself to await and seek the first ad producedbyMaster Tai loi ud flehiglmeis JLOSi BROS CO of Baltimore and New Oi Sale Here Only hyblossnd set th fa lUll in of Ibi UiV u rr t It II r rt 4 Vi bs n pi tit wim of ate iitw a IHTH irn liurincss Siiin lay und Kvuiilitg Dreg Suits and Ovcrcoas nit lia nuoats hand garments thpt are made in h fin t j way You milt come in ind try on one of these ii irnienf1 n yu till then re ize the dif Ifrt ce Gtsem tliiie jn the cixhcnof ltcsh p rnndWDOLDHAMCOORICHMOND I A ireat Success Our Clearance Sale has been the most suc cessful and satisfactery we ever heldi In fact we are so wellpleased we have decided To Let Goods Go at r Sacrifice Prices4 z for a while longer know the high class goods we handle you know we offer onlySgenuine bargains so come quickly and sup ply yourself while you can get advantage of i our special sale prices IC NVWllITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc Ue0rishenFormerly with JB Sfcouffer Merchant TailorSAppartments J E Sexton Phone J73 All Kinds ot Pressin gleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited CUT FiiCE7 We have moved to our new quarteas and find we need all the room we can get for our pring Stock which is already beginning to come in We are now offering our entire stock Winter suns and Overcoats at 14 Off J This is a deep cut for nicenew stock all fresh and bright colors no old ones to offer you no out of5 It croods but new in style and colors but low in price Menfs Suits and Overcoats 52500 now 1875 20QO now 1500 1800 now 1350 loOO now 1127 now 925 1000 now t 750 tfcn than business erStylih York adyanue tilond sMe orlliiiry have that You over k Bey s Suits 1000 U MT r 750 800 tv vv 600 600 n h y 450 500 now V V 375 400 now 300 300 now 225 Winter Pants Underwear Hats Caps Heavy Shoes are greatlyredueed in price We mean to sell them utwe need both room and cash and will give you more for yourcash than any clothier HASH ROOM CASP ROOM This is the feature of this great sale v Special Notice to Ladies We wish to call your attention to the fact that we have just received a line of the celebrat edSn Kid Shoes for wonienandare now ready to wants in footwear All TheybaveShoes anp try a pair is all we ask Prices from 2 to 4 The RoyalI1QMEOF J1S STAMPER PROPIf Cornel SceQb ail reti j I 0IIIIfJ If ciLbLE i d a I I lIiz Lanh lauti llid g f V r Capital and Surplus over 250006 f J Why We Advertise because we want you to know more about us and we want your business What Have We to Offer 6u r Every convenience and accomodation that can fee found in a well equipped batik a safe depository for all the funds entrusted to our care uniform courtesy ndjconsiderate liberality in the treatment of our patrons Let us demonstrate how well we can serve you E L WOODS President W 0 FISH Vico President W G KEMPER Cashier East End MillsJ B Sanders Co Props Richmond Kentucky We are in the market for Wheat and Corn at the highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times Flow Meal Shipstuff thicken Feed Cracked Corn and GrahamFlour We make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn toaccomodate the far mers trade Our Motto is Live and Let Live Give us a chance and watch us grow J B Sanders GoLocated at R R Crossing cit Irrinc Street PohneST ijunond Kentucky Best The GroceriesAT THE Lowest Prices may always be found at cur store We I handle the best g ods on the market ab solutely pure and Fresh New Clean We have all kinds of Fancy Groceries as well as the Staples and can fill your wants on shortest notice A tiitl order will satisfy you that we strive to please Your patronage appreciated LI JAMES B EARKECASH STORE Phone 624 FIRST STREET Its Building Time 5 k 252 Q i If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair workneatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my esthrate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters line I Jf ftt I JEFF STONE Nodce1 I Will stand mv red bor Ho at my borne ou Big Hill AventJ8At il 00 Metier dae at time of service 1 Jiave some mice ouag boars big snougli for eorvke for sale 12 82ta Winy B Tarley Try Mary Patent Flour fiom the Sew Mill in town Phone 67 123lt J B Sanders Co Dissolution Notice The firm of Douglas Ciilton has by mutuaT consent been dissolved Mr Douglas retiring from the firm Thoso indebted to the firm are requested tcj call and settle those haying claims will kindly present samo at ofllco for pay ment JU MV H DOUGLAS C CCULTOJf Lumber For Sale Barn bills andaU kinds rough lumber in oak poplar ails pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS W THICKS tf Richmond Ky Strayed From Kirksville Friday nighlDcc 17 bay mare with blare face thtiowIi1to feet mane slightly gray where collar rubbed Will give 85 reward for return to me about 2 miles from Kirksville IIEXIIY WHITE Railway Mail Clerks WantedT- he Government pays Railway- Mall Clerks SSGO ta 1200 aad other employees up to S256 anaaally Uncle Sam will hold spring examinations throughout the country for Rail wayJlail Clerks Custom House Clerks Stenographers Bookkeepers Depart mental Clerks and other Government Positions Thousands of appointments will be made Any man or woman over 18 in City or Country can get Instruc tion and free information by writing at once to tho Bureau of Instruction 340 G Hamlin Building Ilochcrtcr N Y H C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronago of the Gener Public Prices Reasonable See him orwr- ItcUnion City Ky Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block JD D M OHENATJLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burgin ii vn- JDENTISTOyer State Bank Trust Company TKLEPHONE 255 4arry M Blanton s 5 DENTIST jCrOOce In Bennatt Uuilaln IJanly 1KLEPBOKB IK l StJJia Vr ATTOEHBVATI lOHMOND KENTuCKY Jfflce over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building J G BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over Stanlfer Sopers =ROOn1s2ul1d3J Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 200 Rea Phone 210 Sterling jClothes ARE jTHE BEST CLOTHES U U Beech Tailored Ready to I Weir GuaranteednCitltcY ft iiI or Fade r bO ye rs experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select fromI ITineJLine New Style Hatstand Furnishing Goods Suit- Cases Truris Umbrellas 5etcat lowest paces for high class goods JR B Stoufferr X Oick t EstbUsb d Gothinr a d Tailoring Houle Mchmood 1Si j Jw Tfe Rfcfcffloirf Climax rNUf MflY ItTHE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Pjest and Mangr LOUIS LANDKAM coEditor Meunbrot PRESS ud H SIERS IEAGUE FBICE liLOO PER YEAH 1NADVlC- WEDNESDAY g FEll 10 1110 FOR CONGRESS We arc nuthorlzeil to announce lion HARVEY HELI of Lincoln county n candidate to succeed himself in Congress front this the Eighth District subject to the ociion of the Democratic party RELJ IOUS THOUGHTj TeachinRIs preserve our we home God and Bible as our forefathers dldUe John G Sluyter Church of Christ Pittsburg Church to Blame Sunday street cars and Sunday newspapers never kept any man away from church It Is because of the church itself that the church tails to attract the men of America Uev LD Wood ruff Congregationalist Cleveland Live For the Present Many Wuny go forth forever today and neer have another opportunity tu- do right We may be in the procession today so dont put oft your salva tion until tomorrow We pass out today and go In tomorrow Rvangellne Booth Salvation Army HoirjeThe Institution ex isting for the good of tbe family and the welfare of the rice It is thn place where lifes Joys are doubled nnd wjiere lifes sorrows are divided The homo is the wOrlds clvillzir Rev N W Bustard Baptist Boston Knowledge A little knowledge breeds doubt An infant knows everything A youth finding himself deceived is skeptical and knows nothing Maturity becom lug sober finds it can know some- thIng full manhood discovers It can know enough for practical lIfeUeN D nUlls Congregationalist Brooklyn Life Worth Living The fact of another life sets a rain bow of sweet bope against all tile adverse conditions of this life and gives us an explanation In consistency with tbe goodness of tho God who governs the world of the ten thousand things that puzzle us and confound us as we survey the strange field of human life HeDr John Iteld Shannon Meth odist Episcopal Washington The Travail of Truth The history of any ROOd cause may be divided Into four stages first the world Ignores It Then It ridicules It That failing It tries to ruoity If But when the Idea triumphs over Indiffer once and ridicule and opposition the world builds monuments to It This Is the travail of truth These are tbe labor pains In which freedomls born Uev Herbert S Blgelow Peoples CburchCincinnatlTo the People The spirit of oppression the spirit ot the bully Is found in individuals cor porations governments The glory of our Revolutionary war was not that a braggartting and aq arbitrary urinie minister were whipped but that a great idea blossouitd intQ flower namely that the power of government Is established uot to oppress but to serve the peopleUev L O TJiifl Con rtgntioUnllst Omaha Confidence and Love We hate each other because we nro Ignorant of each other Mutual under standing tends to mutual good will and peace Our steamships railroads automobiles teleRnipbs and telephones by nnulhilatlng the distances between incu and by mans of tbe interchange of thought undo knowledge that they afford are fast creating the dominion of n large human confidence and love Rev Thomas B Gregory UniversalS 1st New York Christian Spirit Lacking Do you think thai because we know our country to be highly civilized we have the right to call ours a Christian civilization We have succeeded fcr having n ten hour law passed in our legislature for laboring women only to have our courts declare It unconstitu tional on the inhumane ground that a laboring wonyin cannot earn her llvell hocdlh ten hours per day France Great Britain Italy and Canada have laws which pcriaiou Industrial workers disabled nt their trade and provide for the Indigent and aged by tension which they spend In their own way Here Jt is the i oorbouse for both Js this a Christian spirit ltev William P Merrill Presbyterian Chicago A Joyous Religion Christianity Is essentially a religion of Joy It recognizes trouble but Js victorious over trouble Dud sorrow Cloudy days come in slimmer because the earth needs rain and harvests would perish without it but the char actecistics of sutqiuer are sunshine und warmth The Christian iifetoo Is eerlous nud knows utTering because through suffering Gods children are made perfect but the cbarsttierlstlcs of Christianity Ire outbreaking Joy serenity and peace Whoso intlecis his life downwnrd toward acidity and gloom who wears robes ot blackness and night distorts Christianity awl maligns Us MnKierUev Jjr New ell Dwight Uilils Congrcgatlouallst Brooklyn The WorthineES of Christ There are flibsc who think of the Chrirt as1 dreamy nentltnental and poetic character They are charmed by commendable characteristics of His remarkable life They refer to him In terms of soothing speech and of area iy affect ion There nn element of poesy lii nfl their conceptions 01 the divine human Christ They speak of him In language which the robust Cuau mers called Ibhis lofty sconi nurs ery endearnicnts They are ready lo adopt the language of Hie tcuriwnnl French thcologlau eminent oriental 1st and brilliant rhetorician Itcuah wheii he speaks of the Christ of Iud Js the sweet Galilean iSuoh eplr tbets roiist be utterly anvrefcobie to Christ ricao lie hot more than man he Is Iqss titan man If lie lie not Worthy of ourloftlcst devotion bois ertalnIyWQrtbyQf our severest rep rebenslon IIIn w0nf if btIItlIot jodheis uot a true ilnnllev4t y IatburBaptisr New York JJMLQr 4promi t delirerjv Normal City Xaumfi Oetrin on t1tlipla9 contest at Fire WTc Accident ant IlettUli Insur ComPaniesWRl Splidittano tokvonaayAo mat CfyL r1Y6ll1a a cliaifcei wil 1 pr work 3t Hchi1js r htstd ra or e eiMMHT to MM aw IIiIl Fbaft4i I IIIacI 0j rJ i 4 Th M ttwnrB f wtM ll Mt PU swfsod of a pig considers b1meIf poor I edTII1s1s well known to the white people so that when an ancient darky Appro bed a White neighbor with tbe request that be gtb him er half er dollar tec bP buy er pig owe dar yutSer pig Ah Und done dakl the lrcdamoQUl was promptly forthcoming A few days later the white manact the old negroalit Inquired Did you get antber pig uncle Deed Ab did sun an Jilt am a tine sh ataI Ab sholy am aiocb obleegcd to you fee heiphV mCi Mats VpIt8ke better carepf this one Mars Torn suggested By the way ho added dy Tfhaf did the other pIg die orcholemT The old man pulled his forelock and smiled depreciatingly Now MIltS rpun what foryoaii vvanter ax dat be said lob a matter erfac dot yuther pig died case Ah hjt him on do bald wid er ax be beln fat an de wedder Jest right an me both hongry tor fresb meatf New York Times A Creepy Experience TheRev Clarence Godfrey on retir ing one night determined that be would try totelepath a phantaara of himself to a lady living In another part of the city tells H Addlngtpn Bruce m Success Magazine For about ten minutes endeavored In thought to appear to her At the end of that time he fell asleep About four hours later thejady on whom be had been exerting his will woke with an impression tbatsbe telt1nervousIf she went downsJulrs Hnd took a drink of soda water It might have a quieting effect Coming back she was astounded to zoo the form of Mr Godfrey standing on tile staircase De remained stand Ing there tnt three or four seconds while she stared at him In horrified amazement Then as she approached the staircase be disappeared 7mght cr Wrong Professed politicians who have reduced oQlceboldlng to an exact science find the Independent voter n sad stuui hung block a fact which is amusing ly disclosed by a story found In tbe life of tbe late George Month Grant the eminent Canadian educator and the end of Sir John Macdon aids life be and Principal Grant then the head of Queens college the at dinner at the house of tbe premiers brotherinlaw Professor Williamson Howl wish the premier said to the principal that you would be a steady friend of mine Sly dear Sir JohP the principal replied have always supported you when you were right The premiers eyes twinkled and IK laid his baud upon the Shoulder of the principal My dear man said he have no use for that spcclesof friendship j Spoiled the Trick A New York official who had gone through a political campaign speakinjr ot trickinesS said The tricky limn usually winds up by being too tricky like Brown BruTwn who lives In Fifth avenue suspected his English butler of drink ing his wine So one night lie drugged a couple of bottles of tour or live dol lar Chateau Yquenr and left them In the dining rooni- UnfQrIUlllltEly that night Browns wife returned late from the opera She saw the rare wine and had It put down in the wine cellar along with me twelve dozen other bottles of Chateau Vquem thai Brown hind laid lu Brown Is wondering to this day which two bottles nre tbe drugged ones Be has stopped drinking Cha teau Yquem In fact understand his wholestock of It la for sate at n rca sociable pncerExcbituge Truth and Fiction At the Lambs club one night were n number of literary IIIBQ as dinner guests when some onegave uutniuce to the bromldlom After all gentlemen truth Is stranger than fiction Perhaps It Is said Wilton Lack aye with n sly glamp at an Indiana novelist blt not so succcKsfu One never bears of its going into the tenth edition in sIx mouths New ioru TrluuneT An Advance Clerk Ito bead of IIrmI wish to ask you sir If yuiian tlmlly sw your way to giving me tin advance ot wages Head ol FlrinCortalnljvMr Ililpps with pleasure Sir Kliiht turning to till nshieri let Mr Ililpps have a sovereign on account ot tits salary and deduct It when you pay him on Saturday IxjnbonKuu S Sure Sign Nellie Do you thinK Iaul cares for Matnlc Emma Did you ever hear a young man refer to a red haired girl as tiavjng nuburir tresses unless ne loped iser7Fxcliaiige An Anxious Inquiry When little tlireeyearold Aria war told tile story of hois wife beingturn ed Into a pillar 01 SuIt she assiid her mother anxiously Is all salt made ot ladles Different lrryll1 wife went a way yester day jiiorulng Harry Is that wdat maltes ybiiJook wi JIUIl1 JnrrrtiS- be ame baik last ulght Kxcliauge r IVlonds an lost by cniliiw often and rlllug seidiun SwifL C Fur Kindsef Pupils Tbe Talmud jsawr thrre are four hinds ot plipIlliie cjiutt e and yu uuiiel Hie btralmr iiiui ilif sieve The sponge Is I1chlt tnCHii up every thing itncl the tiiiiiai u iur wiiu mucUi lu at this tnr Und iitretb out tit thai the stmluvr Is jn i nut leltetii go tin wine and riivljifili tile rtnnw and the sieve Is he that IttitIt gu iht tiraii anti retaliiitli tlie Hut full r The KUnlejii who Dijiii8at iiist II uJxti to iifiuni to i tie last imtiiwf rmss niirnot liavi upcusenl tacollcgi m voiu Ha Liked It VfyJIaltfusLaudliw I prl TS tor VfreltIgprieetthy made it luysiJt niilmtit Umye trris vas OliiK JIll Utlf ot iKijiua big prices foj shril iimunirositltH u the lillllnpN are sliowiiiKt iunvyi ui hnt is IIorl or art Ixioss nS It MI lnl from InrLv wtutltuUflicsrr Pin Mincy Mrs Hrrdeluylfcspii dlilrsOlf kfiow tha SSlJ fail jsive uiiTfor line ball Mr BVps rtrjr Sirs n Well Ive Kiveil lw money AIr W Bat J PreyourW Vnrln IIIIIW nat MraB Yes lu order to tcoitornlaera ypswggestPd keiltthe 50 and hIH- tUtif fcat charged Llfipincotfi r I Politic eLtian Cngrllmll Ii IItt 1frhtttfcted Irik ili i1kt- jaOeifl eiltkInnWhiteq- e e dote tIa3tnJtkf 1 JUiaii t the ta sThi J r J 7j tI 7 rAtiGA IY FETRIGG REGISTER IOCKFORDIA CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED This matter must not be reprinted without special permission A NEW ARSENICAL SPRAY Ib view of the fear which is felt by some orchardlsts as to the effects ou their fruit trees resulting from a con tinned use of arsenate of lead as an Insecticide In their spraying opera j tlons from an accumulation of arsenic In the soil and because of the fear felt In seine other quarters as to the effect on the public health of an extensive spraying of trees and rut with arsenic lead compounds keen interest will be felt In the work of two French scientists Ye morel and Dantony who with a view to overcoming the dangers referred to have conducted extensive experiments tho past three years In tho use of ferrous arsenate as a substitute for arsenate of lead and with a remarkable degree Of success The solution which they have used Is made as follows Twenty ounces of Arscnate of soda are die solvedlrt Hre gallops of water mak lug solution A Twenty ounces of Iron sulphate are also dissolved In five gallons of water making solution 0- Solution B Is poured into solution A gradually with continued stirring Toward the end of the operation the mixture should be tested with potassium errocyanldc test paper and when this turns blue no more of solution B should be poured in as It Is Important not to bne too great an excess of the iron sulphate The combination should then be diluted to fifty gallops Be- Sides tout ounces ot ferrous arsenate it will contain also some sulphate of soda and ferrous hydrate When in contact with the nit the ferrous arsc nate turns greenish while In con tact with the air the ferrous hydrate turns to ferric hydrate which Is the best antidote against arsenical poison ing The general color of the spray Isa dirty green and cannot be mls taken for any other product The cxr- perimentcrs found the spray very adhesive that when used twice as strong as the above prescription there was no burning of the foliage while at half strength It had an effect as an insecticide equal to the usual formula of arsenate of lead Moreover the foliage of trees sprayed with the ferrous arsenate looked healthier and ot- a darker green than those treated with other sprays Besides the advan tages mentioned adhesiveness Insecti cide Tajuc freedom from burning n characteristic color and the presence of an antidote with the poisonwould- bo the cheapness of the product ow hug to the low cost of sulphate of Ironas compared with acetate of lead THELIMESUllPHUR SPRAY Last summer when It was too late to apply it effectively the writer had an Inquiry from n Pennsytvacia reader asking for the formula for making tae limesulphur spray used ta com bating the San Jose scale which had appeared in his orchard For the hen cfit of this render and any others who may have to fight this pest we give below the formula and how to prepare it This spray should bo applied to the trees while the buds are dormant preferably during the months of February and March To make fifty gal Ionsot the spray mixture fifteen pounds of lime and fifteen pounds of sulphur are required Many Jnclude fifteen pounds at salt but recent ex pcriracnts show that this adds no particular Value To prepare the mixture fresh stone lime should be slaked to- Il whitewash then add the sulphur which has been made into a paste by means of hot water The mixture should then be stirred thoroughly and boiled for tvo hours when enough hot water should be added to bring the whole mixture ug to fifty gallons Get results r Jil be had it the spray Is used while sot To prevent a clogging of the rvrjy nozzle by particles of lime tba mixture should be strained through a twenty mesh brass strainer or two thicknesses of gunny sacking before being poured into the spray tank TIle liquid should be applied to the trees under high pressure so as to give a finely divided cpray and all parts of the trunk and limbs should be reached PRACTICAL COOPERATION Two Minnesota Holstein breeders hit upon a very sensible plan when in pur chaslngslrcs for their herds they did EO wJth the agreement to exchange sires at the end of Iwo years so as to prevent Inbreeding The plan works well with two breeders and would give just as satisfactory results and cover a much longer period if from four to six breeders were to cooperate lu it each buying n good sire and pass Ing It on tobJ3 neighbor at the end of the time mentioned and in turn re iclvlug one from his neighbor In the older dairy sections of tho country this plan h followed to quite an extent and with vfy satisfactory results for ifpenalts a sire to remain In a neigh iorJiocd long enough to demonstrate beyond question tha typo and capacity of bin got Danger of Poor Teeth Just what effect on the stomach is produced by the constant swallowing birterin and pus from diseased teeth mingled with decomposing particles of food we are unalilt to determine but It Is reasonable to suppose that gastric disturbances are greatly aggravated It not Induced by so doing In every community thete arc those who are enthusiasts on the subject of pure air milt wholesome food but whose months lire in fiiicjj a neglected condi Lion that thlnlr which passes Yhroughtben Is n Imost as pollutrii as that of a crowded leuementand every mouthful of food swallowed carries with It to the stomach millions of bee terial The almost entire futility ot Kterjlfzlng article1 of diet for patlests In whose mouth clironlf abscesses ex Isfor whose teeth art covered with Tarinr mixed with mucus and foedln ti state of deornltos1tilIn need hardly 4c mentioned Boston Herald HITE8 reani Verririfuge WORM 8EIIEDY THf ClrtLOTEKS f RrrETc- DIr or THC onun i pacr nct oLY aiiardSaow Liohneni C J ITj lrJt U MA bf uyrr Jl f S t lf5 Has a complete set of stieel attachments hardened beriiiaY flat tensioh 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 VJf atthe price Ten years guarantee against all defects in materiaUand wprkmanfhip f Makes a Valuable New Year Present for your Wife ti l A 0 HOME FURNISHERS I Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyridon RICHMOND KENTUCKY War Lleadquartera for Sewing acl1ine Snpp1i s for all Machines 7 Dr Pennington Dentist Specialist Regulating teeth treating pireap Porcelain Gold nlays Office next door to Government building tf The RIchmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 Is your proparty iiisarodjgainst lira Better seo Breck and Smith and taken policy j132m Turtle and Farina Turtle and farina taten together rep resent to those who live on the Ama son be they white negro or Indian or one of tile numerous crossbreeds what the salmon does to tbe Alaska Indian the cocoanut to the south sea Islander and rico to tbe Mongolian A short run pt sIIlllon In the Alaska rivers a crop failure lu tin pnddj fields of China a nurrirniit in the south sea Islands all reduce to the same thing famine On the Amazon a shortage ot turtles may be tided over by a ptentlttide of farina or vice versa A failure or both turtles and farina in the same year brings great and widespread distress Farina Is a crude locally made product of th root of the ninnloc a further refine ment of which results in the tapioca of commerce Tapioca is the pure starch of the root farina tbe starch mixed with a woody Bbcr tbe latter Impart lug a yellowish color to tile compound Farina Under a number of different names is mute or less of a staple with the natives In all of tropical America from the West Indies to Paraguay Los Angeles Times In Wild Wales TouristGood morning my pretty maid Whose sheep are these ShepherdessThey belong to Mr Goronwy Cadwaladr sir TOLI aery nice nametool And where does live BAt Tie rgelf rgwylltlon- T Have you been much from home SOnly in Anglesey sir I went with my brother aud my sister to Lta nercbymcddymmondo and nom there to see Crelgtau Crugyll and came back to Llaufairmatbafarueltbat and then TLloid bard Let me breathe a little Well where afterward S lmy brother hart to go buck to Cbwarcl Caebralchycafn and my sister to Llanaelhalarn but on our way home we went to see the little church by tbe river such a funny old fashioned church sir TWbere Is It monO what par Ish s In LlanfalrpwIlRwyngyllgagery cbwyrndrobwlltysillogogogorb TMercy on lISI Thats enough Suspicious During a period of political agitation a stranger arrived In Magdeburg where on applying to the uuiburlti be obtained a pet uilt or tiiiett residence tie had uot been long in tnt town before ne became Jiwarv that Las steps were being dogged by a man in blue uniform He bore It for days but at last said to the spy Sir do you wish to drive nie mad 1 Why do you pursue me hi this waY VI am a detective and mylnstruc lions are not to lose sight ot you was the quiet answer Why what fault have Ihs pollie to Und with uler shouted the strnii get In the greatest esi Itiineiit Mj passport Is tu order tier b tuy ticket of residence lUlU u Itizen ot Berlin Why do you follow me about It states In your pnxsiNirt1 was the reply that you were g Uug to n ylde bpre for pleasure Ttiat looked suspicious as it Is tbp ttret nine any one came to reside In Miigilehun fur pleasure Religion In Holland The following imUieiiixvrts told m by Lecky lu tiouiewbat wiiunxlrui Ilitis tratlon of ills belief that it religion were to die out lit nil other Kuhipeaii nations It would still survive m iIi landA Dutch peasant ivus In Mir straits alfout ttii ImiHissibiiity nt itmk lug hkibens observe Suiulny IJi Piitiif to his pastor wlthui jjresvur U- tBe eags regretted be said that be iinita not prevent his hens trothHiy1nl tJis- on t e Sabbath but be made wJnu amends be could by giving itieiu to Godji minister that tbev anutii be headed over to the Hiur and ititinu Old and Odd Memories A Long FIl Want Aa Aa erlcan once Went to Windsor castle and InslKtid npuirtteelnggueen Vlcjprku tlf was told thai It wai qute Impossible as an aiKlienre with the queen could be had only oyfll po4at eDLSUIl ke ficrslsttil aud then they told BlM feitfootea that before etac tbe qaeea be mist state the ob Jectohie TMt He saW be waeteij to all w her a new ptece crf tHrttItIMl a tbreee beda perfwt throne by day MX perfect bed by Bight ItH 7F 1Did jo evir anew a iiri to tte tot wr Y ea Did if iOt fade sway Itad Uk h tl9tiw Mln1kHrld t1r IS IUIIirfl marL i to p r li i A rr yjfWf I Tr L = It L 1395 xIheSEWING t a UM NAN HlGG1Ns plllce1LOndon MACHINE Tho famous little liver pills are De Witts Little Early Risers They ate safe sure trenlle anti easy to take When you nsk for DuWitls Carbiliz Witch Hazel Salve refuse to accep a substitute or imitation De Witts Car bolized Witch IIsz1Si1ve is enod for anything when yu need a salve and t uood for piles Snlil by Al DrupRtsfR flra For Sale Privately Since the death oiTmy father whoat- tended to our jackstock IfindI can not give them the attention they should have and attend to my offlceI will therefore sell privately tIlt folfowing stock nine Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years old AirVell 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 82L Call on or aiP dress me at Richmond Ky l5tf Roy C WHITE A Safeguard To Children Our two children of six and eight years have been since infancy subject to colds and croup About hues years ago I started to use FnlevA Honey and Tarx and It ba nevHr faied to prevent andcure these troubles ILls the onlv medicine I can get tile children to tike wttbonr a row The above from W C Ornstpin Green Bat Win duplicates he experience of thousands of other users of Foleys Honey and Tar Ii cures coughs colds and mope and pneumoniaSold James Hunley Will buy or sell your bouse farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted tf him will be promptly and carefully attended to Set him if his services are need ed Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKMHpp Veteifnai liege 01 Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon Office at J R Azbills Stable Office Phone 90 Res Phone 532 r Richmond try oto tcIn Best- Ho111esAre AI cheapestI tthe betWe do the very best Concrete WorkGi- ve us your order and ou will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied ft K Stone Phone 432 olden Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business H IPTOOL PL N wxiich will enable themfo dooF netter work than everoefore Phey have a large assortment Granite and Marble and vite their friend to aU- Ld inspect thtir tock and firk Satisfaetiou jruaran ed 601d kFJOra FRESH OYSTERS t 1 Q Q r IGuOD MEALS coLQDffr EVERTmX GOD TOEAT ALJHot1 RICCISNFW RIiSIAU- I i Fancy Coceresr4itscands Clears Tobacco Jtj eiComer Main anden4 i i y I n IJ iI I k 7- t TIT WHESjLzwEL 0 In the MU kei fur ai feiuii FurstSkUlkf Possums Musk Rars Etc Be sureandeallmovr i rv riy rcn i je t un M TJ iitE S j TBLEPHOS8S8 203 Estill Avenue RXC1MOND KY Pennyrh i SJ ZOJor 25Cfntf Four Pcsitioh r14 The SChhI Shido tortlBJOWMcGaughey The I Btti low See Our Mars We Purnish tbeMaterial To Build Themi rids 08 f F Luniber i II I JJOOrs tSash 1TI1AJ4 i e1 e Ri Ky 1Qf h4d l c r t XJi I V a jjjjjjj I T I IILrr w Jl7V r I I s jU I SUdged Print I Compare Our Metallic Beds with the old style wooden affairs and youll discarding useful and pick out one of any design siz and price you please We can suit you in all I I GEIIETbndHIGGINS UNDERT KINGI Washingtons Birthdayn Our great nation again most fit tingly and reverently celebrates Emulate The Father of OursiCountry who DID things at tilesitime required who ACTED not thorized Order Your Coal Now Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico taWetrial order will convince you that ours Is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblyless Fall Weight or Coal Forfeited iBroaddusS Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out ind want your goods to bring AH they are worth get stIWhite Hall Ky 111 on liut your sale His diaries are reasonable The Richmond Steam Laaadry at your service Call or ring 52 lrr February Special I have COOO pounds Red Cross first paten flour best in town at 83 cents a SlckJf 550 per hundred Will ex cia i e same for corn BUCKLES 137 First st AlIEN lION FARMERS ITjfl reported that we do not hivr e Vulcan plows or repairs W emphatically deny this report We have both ml expect to continue to handlrtv TAYLOR OLDHAM lixs rot Sale re tired Essex Strain Barre I itfksund single comb Browr uU persetting or 15 eggs or It tor 2 Also breeder Bourbon Re1 lurieS Mrs Wallace Gilbert n sot Richmond Ky aw Hair Hair t pi lightest cash prices fordc rabizsaw clipped hair Braids carls ckkmoiiK made lo order Halt dr JSMid lying shilIrully done Fall in Hi baldness ind scalp diseases a SP 0die attended in their lOin GeorgePone ft Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Wm Hamm deceased will present same to undersigned on or be requirelbyindebted to the estate are requested to call andsettle 4t W M CBBEKMOBB Admr Good Prospects Prospects for an excellent crop of fruit small grain and other products of the Blue Grass farm are said to be bIktrthis year and no finer Prb51C- fruit could bo asked for Small fruit such as raspberries iec ad currants have almost been wafcHrt by the winter A big crop of eera WIN b grown this year and much alteatloa will GUMIgrain covered has ben kept wwrawr than usual and early crops g are expected Farmers Home Journal FarieyMarcii Iinttlats at t t l j 1 Around Town I Tobacco canvas from 2 12 cts up at MCtf A Dobrowskys O ofjobWith two bus lines Richmond is well prepared to handle travelers w whoishedThe epidemic of mumps is about over sa likeddleDid you shovel the snow from your thelentLook at your check books and if they are about out telephone The Climax for a new ono before you are entirely out Remember The Climax office has the swellest line of calendars to be shown he re this year Wait for our represen tive We call attention to the new ad of H L Perry the druggist who has pur partnerMrRev Hugh McLcllan delivered anCaddress in the temperance fight at asvile the papers of that city speak g highly of what he said The advertisement of D Bates Shack el ford and company appears in this issue of The Climax Road it and learn meaning of the and company Now honestly deep down in your heart didnt you wish thefellow who refused to shovel snow from his sidewalk would later on bo made to shovel brim oneCSeems in bad taste to talk on the subject of fans right now but The Climax wants you to wait until you see our swell line before you order Well save you money too Property Changes Hands Jeff Stone sold his residence on Fiftlj street to L M Weaver price private- S l also purchased the residence of George Prewitt on Fourth streett Woods and the Soap ExMayor Woods took us to task for mentioning his objection to taking that bath proposed for exofficials adding Who ever heard of a fellow taking a oath this kind of weather Sale Near C leasttMr Bijou White purchased at the John W White agent sale the seventy three acres of land near Caleast at 18301 per acre This is considered a remarkably low price for the land Found Dead Mrs Battle Stepp a wety known and highly respected lady was found dead in bed at her homo near Newby Mon day morning She was about sevent years of age and received a fall sometime ago from the effects j f which she never recovered Winchester Bests Richmond In a pretty game of basket ball Ken Wesleyan College Winchester the Hill Girls Monday after noon The game was played at the Princess Riflk and a large crowd wit 4ossed the contest Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Afeo fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Tele pRone 4Slor write to Fox Hamilton Richmond ly j2tf Everybody Is Neighbor The Ohio Supreme Courts decision that a resident of p dry county may deputize his neighbor to bring Jilaa home a little bottled Tributes ity wet county doubtless will have the effect of jnfiBaetag many persons to take the broad and geftewtts view that aNylxi- whohAppa4 y to be haudy is their neigh bor 2000000DuKentucky Keatucky may store in the 18WO 000 which theS4te of Virginia claim log hotothe national government for perttoa la Ihewi territory eedeiIVk ginSa rt ot which the Sttes of Okie Jiiis IBUwis Wtaeonsla and XitNM- 8cM tm flsrv 6v SwaaeoL tartWl the country by sedIagIzs a special m Mge jto Ui Virginia Geoeral AsaeaWy itt1flgfnh IiS oM dominions claim on ih gnfend that the goyernmeot Had violaUd conditions uudc Ai1XwAgandnbat Mh otheM SUtwt would IR to Abort OM aixttt of tiw MM Ptdais lalt oc Ut = = f I d WI I M Choice of II OurJ 18 20 Suits Overcoats and RaincoatsI 1 Zj We proposition ing buyers These gar Kenton every detail gether with material and Buys choice of oil Suits Overcoats and Raincoats up to J 700values JO now THE STORE FOR QUALITY = K K = = c Delayed Owing to the breaking of a shaft on our big news press last issue of The Wednesdayftcrnoon Efcgsactly Cynthiana Democrat In these days the cgssiKcncy of ejrgaistcnco eggcludes jggstra eggs It is true too that the 3ggscruciatin cggstremity cggsample it fortitude on people who eggspress an ggsception to benfruit on their tables The Parents ClubLThe regular meeting of the Parents lub will be held at Model School Chapel Friday afternoon Feb 25 at 230 oclock The program will consist of a discussion f new methods in education by Miss Cartridge All interested in the school are cordially invitedrKnown HeretZan Dudderar the engineer killed In he Southern wreck last week is well cmemberod by older citizens who new him when he pulled a train over he old Richmond Branch years ago Dudderar died at his post trying to save ho lives of his passengers olonel Baja Sunday Nightr Col George W Bain will talk on local ption Sunday night at 730 at the Opera louse Everybody invited Free All ihurches white and colored will unite in ho services at the Opera House Col Bain is the most eloquent and convincing temperanco orator in the ration Great Lossof Lambs Farmers toll The Climax they will ixpericnce great financial loss by reason f the fact that many lambs have per shod in the deep snow We are told hat many bad been born during fiSt if the month and of course wore un ible to withstand the severe cold We ire also told that the crop would have Seen usually large had it not been for his loss To City Subscribers- The list of subscribers to the Climax las grown to such a large number that vve have been forced to quit placing our papers in postofflce wrapped for the several carrier routes The city list is tow in one lump arranged and sent to the postoftfce fn alphabetical order Theres nc reason for failure to receive your Climax now and If you do please phone the office and we wll look after It Heads The lAsti RichmondIone hundred facts concerning the city of Richmond all of which were more or less commendable to that city At the head of the list which contains mention of its schools churches business enterprises etc was placed Xi Saloons as fts most coinmendablefeaturoS list of the many commendable virturcsof George town would not appear very impressive headed with the actual fact pf Ten Saloons virtually controlling the politics of the county and town Tobacco Prospects Farmers are preparing their plant beds for burning and before long the smoke of the burning will be seen fe toany directions It te geaerally be JaigIyear em the will be raised in some of the laoaataia is counties tWs year Bttt liltta baa yet been said about pt lit th wop bed that will coMe up WW If bbs cpep flOW on hand is soil I Olctftno tage within A rece Mf UBM tbtipo- pI1fiU be tooMi bt K Art M will tbe K bird matUr U tnon aoothw pool j r workmanshipii H5r S115O Opens May 5th Base Ball Magnates Meet at Paris and 19 JO liSchedule The baseball season in the Blue Grass League this season will open May 5 and end Sept 20 The schedule will consist of 130 games or ten more than were played last season This was all decided pon at a meeting of the Blue Grass eague directors at Paris Wednesday and the schedule decided upon is now in the hands of a commUte to be revised in order not to conflict with the fair dates in the different towns This com mittee meets there in two weeks The minutes of the last meotuig wero ead and approved after which the eague elected Cashier C K Thomas of he Deposit Bank as treasurer Nearly twenty league directors were in attendance those voting in the proceedings were Jeff Stewart of Winchester Tom my sheets of Lexington A R Blanton of Frankfort J E Baldwin of Shelby ville JJ Greonleaf of Richmond and W A Bacon of Paris President Ussery stated that he had t bhatvas flattering Every club in some manner or other he said would make improvements at their respective ball parks and that unusual efforts were be ing made by officers and managers to strengthen the teams and that a notice feature of the opening games would besthe large number of new players that would bo seen in action President Ussery said that another encouraging feature of the baseb situation was the unusual interest at so early a date being manifested by the people and with each club hustling to secure material that wouidenable them to put up a strong fight for penan honors the prospects were indeed very bright President Us sery then declared the meeting ready for business and routine work was begun A motion was made and seconded that the salary limit be raised to 1000 FTheeffective May 15 was extended till June President Ussery by unanimous vote was empowered to settle all protested or forfeited games subject however to anaappeal to the league directors The league accepted the bid of the Sutcliffe Company of Louisville and officially approved the A J Reach ball which w Ube used In all schduled and exhibition gamestThe lineup of the teams for the open ng games while dot officially accepted probably will be Winchester with Rich mond Paris with Lexington and Shel byvillo with Frankfort The meeting of Wednesday was in great contrast to that of last year when less thin a dozen representatives base ball men wire present Twent two plates were laid at an elegant dinner at the Windsor Hotel the visitors being guests of the Paris baseball All the tie of tke Circuit Court here from Thursday moraiBg until Saturday was occupied BY trial of Chas Ferkncr charged with killing Tandy Haggard in Clark oouoty The case came to the Madfcea eoart on change of venue Tbejury Wat selcted froM a Xadiawtainir Tfnir without trouU and by BOOR th Wk of Wrtimony WM under WAY Aaa wit n wW wwe folitNliicfd ad every iIM h ogrsmd hotlytllrted by a4tanMys OB both sidw TiM spMcKM of ceunwl were pFooo ood both id tM point aod eloqiMBt After bl Itabout t ii iliocover frwi WiaoM ar LCUrk ac wit n M s ad to heM tt tria Both Fortow ood Haggara wm tenn rti I c 950 Allows pickof allup to i4OO values New Meat Market Harvey Douglass has purchased the meat market of Tom Samuels on Main street and will run the same in up to dato manner keeping everything in his ne of the very best quality Read his in The Climax and give him a call River Improvements It is al bongC will o tofstream With this assistance the Kentucky will finally bo one of thomost important waterways in the country for both freight and passengerst teNearlyThe county board of supervisors who have been going over the lists for some propertyinwork very carefully and the members are satisfied that every raise was perfectly justifiable The raises were principally on lands and we understand city property came in for a good portion Why Not Richmnd Danville Advocate The secretaries of the Danville Lawrcnceburg Harrods urg Lancaster and Stanford fairs will eet in the office of Col I M Dunn this city next Tuesday to arrange the dates for the different exhibitions and to make arrangements for securing in com bination a big line of attractions for the coming exhibitions The movement is good one All the fair associations unite and cooperatein a harmonious manner A Fine Entertainment At the Normal school chapel Monday eveninga largo audience enjoyed an H Irs trutcd lecture given by Miss Durwood subject Rocky Mountain Scenes The views have just been received by Mist Durwood and are not only beautiful but unusually interesting The evenings entertainment was greatly enjoyed It is probable that Miss Durwood will repeat the lecture at a near date for benefit of the Ladies Aid Society of the irst Presbyterian church Deepest in Years The deepest snow seen in Richmond in twelve or fourteen years fell lastweek nd as The Climax goes to press the beautiful still hides the ground This has caused untold sufferingtotho poorer classes but we are glad to say ministering hands have readily assisted every known case of need The Mayor to his judgment has dealt out charity coal liberally and if there is a serious case of neglect it is the fault of those in distress The sl averaged six to eight incises on a level and was of that cold dry variety that brings trouble with It Some people may enjoy looking at it wooden headed poets may write bout itt but when the white flakes ap pear hitch us to hay ia some Southern clime if yottplsase Odd Fellows Entertain The celebnUonor Durham Rally Day by tHe local Odd Fells was a most enjoyaWeevehtin every Way Two candidates were initiated a social session heM Md a most tcmptiag feast spread at close e the exercises Mr C Q Wallace acted a toastmaster filling the pocftioa with ease and dignity ToaMr were responded to as follows PutQl Metbert Bro Ed Adams DutiM of OfttMn Bro N B Turpta Odd ipit Belates to Country Membership W Moore of Val lfView BYDY too B Juctc All the reapoQWMw re sptendid and greatly enJo yii H w vr jnuch disappoiBHt nt WM HwoflSrtedwlwR it was fund that Judga Tarpta kad Men trkken with iad bad sdstepl aal fog hi M p aa4 wAng Jtoe befrehB5 Mm at UM ML HM kfeal 1is ill plwadtdoo dttki uad91ac a gnat moat of foSV J JH p pppp Circuit Court Big Court in Session and Grinding out Justice Rapidly The Juries We had prepared a writeup of the February Circuit Court for last issue ut in the rush of wprk now in the l1co the copy was lost Judge Ben n than whom a better judge never p resided is warming the wool sack while Commonwealths Attorney Crutch eris making the evildoer wish hed ever broken the law The fact that are little or no cases of general in rest speaks volumes Jor our peopled it is jKith great pleasure The Climax tells its readers that nothing of much importance isto bo tried The murder case mentioned elsewhere came hero from Winchester The case against William Sparks had to be continued as Mr Sparks is illof typhoid fever at the homo of his mother in Powell county He is under a 35000 bond The grand jury is made up as follows WaIler Bennett foreman W A Arbuckle J A Duerson W R Boggs Wm Jett J P Logsden J A SIcCord R G Guynn J W Shearer R E Tudor W H Parks T J Smith The petit jury is as follows It Long W T Duersonlt Benton It Jennings S W DeJarnott Too Deatherage V Weaver LYates V G Todd J M Lykins E Ruppard A Todd T Stewart Ed Comelison T J Potts A 1 Million Jno Fancy G A Ballard Thos Ellison W II West W M Stotfs JW Million Riclid Ross Asstated above so much time was consumed by the Winchester case that the wheels of justice have scarcely re sumed normal turning as The Climax goes to press A Good Sign The scarcity of loafers in the circuit court room speaks well for our city In mostevery town there are professional hangers on atevery term Wo lire also glad to notice the rapid playing out of the professional juror who hangs around xpectingto be called as a bystander Itlopks gOod to The C imax Look Out For Measles Quite a number of Richmonds urchins are suffering from measles some being confined to their beds therefrom ontd care to criticise the treatment given by the uptodate physicians but suggest that if they will return to tbnt oldtime and ne1Jr Calling remedy we- ldero roosters were made to tako there would be fewerserious cases Any good old woman can give you the formula The Soloist Quartette The Soloist Quartette of Cincinnati will give a concerttt theNormal School Chapel on Monday Feb 23 8 p m The quartette consists of Stanley au ham basso Grover Tilden Davis pianist Mprthp Faulkner tenor Cbiis Wagner violinist This quartette has appeared frequently in Cincinnati and surjround ing cities ands strongly recommended by well known musicians Buys Partners Interest Mr Henry L Perry of the firm of jerry and Thomas has purchased the interest of hfe late partner Mr W A Thomas and will continue the drug M6Sthis wellknown firm Ijas so successfully conducto r or several ear Mr Perry amines all indeUtedncss of the ttrm rf aod Thomas ztb well as account dte tit firm Mtv Perry k a splwWid Wsiwwsjuan anti cOIW deNcl- one thejiest draggwG in theAA He lias bea1wbiuUhtour city k- enough to tIlIitk a ea labia r4Mts tioa both M a and uul that h wiM IMI ei lit bet w ubielutely Bodoufcf TM jnrole tar lea aid- andW JNfbtir rty to watt OIi his old frMBdad Invites many ufw OOM to joi ttis tot Ot cjtttomerssi II I 750t- i of all and Overcoats at JO oclock storeClothingCOVINCTON rand BANKS clu- bFockierAcquitted K = Forkner Sues Charles Forkner who Was tried and acquitted hero last week on charge of murder has sued W O Hoskins rorlO 000 damages for slander alleging that as a character witness Hoskins made damaging statements against him An Old Winchester Democrat An old hotel register from Booneville has been given to the historical society The entries cover the years 1813 and 1S44 Besides the name of guests the register contains notes on all current happenings The famous flood of 1814 from which many pioneers dated later events is described Underneath a list of guests tho clerk wrote on January 9 1815 The above nine names are for Henry Clay he being their first last and only choice At the bottom of one page appears an offer to bet 500 that Henry Clay would be elected President Another guest re corded his acceptance of the wager Interesting Old Document- The Climax has been shown an old document of much interest it being the town tax list of Richmond for the year 1311 It is made on ordinary paper ruled with a pen and only covers eight pages of foolscap The largest lists are those of Thos C Howard lands 4GMO Field McClanahan 1 store 835484 David Irvine lands 24120 Field Shiursiarntho names of many wellremembered old citizens but the lists are very small Richard Holdcn listed 10000 acres of laud in Est ill county at 1100 the law in those lays requiring taxes paid at the home no matter where thc property was located Tho list was made by Samuel Logan commissioner James Barnes supposed to bo old Father Barnes i paid forty cents taxes Compliment For Mr Woods Nicnolasvillo News Monday night exMayor Clarence Woods of Richmond spoke to a large crowd at the court houseHo was very happily introduced by the presiding officer F P Taylor who paid Madisons son a high tribute Mayor Woods is perhaps one of the best known men in Kentucky duo largely to lilssucccss while mayor of Richmond being given tho title of the model mayor toMr Woods had in his posses sion testimonials from the loading busi ness men of Richmond stating that the capital of Madison was a far better business town tinder local option than with saloons Also that tho farmers of Madison with 800 names had petition cd the business men of Richmond to still continue under the local option reign Throughout his speech Mr Woods was vociferously Applauded j EvansMcKinley- A Tucumcari Now Mexico paper prints the following account of the mar riage of Mr Geo W Evans Jr well known in Richmond At the first Chris thin church itf Kansas City on Tuesday at 030 It m Gee W Evans anti Miss Maud McKinloywcre united in marriage by Rev Dr Richardson pastor of the church aid tnt o presence of a few rel atives and intimate friends The wide is mi accomplished musician and is a refined educated young lady She spent most of last summer and fall in this city and has numerous friends here The groom is Alderman from the FourthS ward and is especially prOfRn business circles hero bciag manager of the Evans Realty Co and Inteneeted in several other concerts No invitations 9rannoaeaaakwei- ssued for the wedding and w Sy DM grooms father wotltor iad totrtur of ntuckyand one uncefro 4 Litand a fewIntimate rtadc of The IbrW were present I Mr sad Mri Kvam irrivod sirs on the Limited W 4awW mrnt I i iU be at home W baIt ri odjrt ir reeldonon TJaild Jietjt S A dollar saved is as good as a dollar made tt Thrifty men willsave many dollars by buying their clothing now SS i Choice Suits ff Until Register = I f I I DEATHS t e 11 f HAMM AViiliam Hamm a young man well known about town and connected with Creekmores soft drink establish ment died last week after a brief ill youngfellow himWrzzoxRov W M Wilson who was a professor in Central University in this city for some time died at his morningHovery popular with those of our people who knew him while in this city JONES Miss Jones a sister of J T andWm Jones died at her home in South Carolina Thursday The remains were brought to Richmond for burial She once resided here and is well remembered by our people The family is widely connected in Madison Twice At his home Lake View Winter Haven Florida on February lOll Mr Hansbury Twigs died after a short illness Deceased was the father of Mr II J Twigg of this county who together with a sister Miss Gladys Twigg and a devoted wife are left to mourn his loss Ho was sixtynine years of ago and All whoknew him recognized in him the truest typo of a noble Christian gentleman Coming to America several years ago from England he chose Florida as his adopted home and in that balmy climate passed quietly and happily the closing years of his life Ho has often visited his children Mr and Mrs IL J Twigg of Whites Sta tion and the many friends whom ho made here will regret deeply to hear of his death WILLIS Ifows of the sudden death of Miss Pattio Willis at her home in Kirks ville was received this Tuesday morn ing Miss Willis had not been seriously ill and her death is a great shock not only to her many relatives but to her legion of friends and acquaintances Her death is supposed to have been caused from a sudden stroke of paralysis As Tho Climax goes to press no definite arrangements have been made for the funeral but it is quito probable that the services will be hold Thursday tho burial taking place at the Richmond Cemetery Miss Willis who was widely related in Madison county was a consistent member of the Christian church and a lady of many fine traits which en deared her to nil who knew her She was the daughter of Mrs Sallie Willis PAKHISH After a long illness Mr thisIrish was one of Madison countys most prominent and Venkn own citizens hay ing been born at Red House and resid ing hero all lis life He was a practical 9untyISlIrveOor ison county He enjoyed tho respect and confidence of all who know him and was amen who will be greatly missed lIe is survived by a brother Jake of Red House and two sisters Mrs Harvey Ellisoa and Mrs VaX Whitqj also the following children S D of this cUr Jake of Tjrgkia Derof Illinois Elisfea ef Texas and Mrs Thoa Davis of Cawpbeljsvilfe Kf As The Climax goes to prMc BO arrangements haye Uocit coalpkted for the service Xr ParriK wa eightytwo years of age DMJUaL A telegram cam Mondajf to JUaws Ak D awL C D Miller as g yC thi Wirellaeltauet Miss JaDsak at Harr uMi Tfoaesaee DeoMMd warn MVMttyooa years old awl bad b Mt ia KlMpc Iwalth for a w yew 8be was a daughter of airt Br Amll ailfome well = pfe jsWan of Bitill ewaty Wina 1a of UM lam aIM Ite DM M a ta 1nIeeke wall rssbsd I beir tovely character tleD8Mofmr Ji r t + j and true Christian loyalty Her devotion to her family nnd friends was lovely to behold She was a lifelong member of tho Baptist church Besides herngcd sister Mrs Gabriella Thomp son she is survivodby one niece Mrs J J Newport with whom she has re thusfollowingC D and Emmett P Miller all ofthi place and Mr William 0 Millert of Illinois Gone To Her Reward Mrs DF Sharp who had been ill for some time died last Thursday at her homo at Panola this county Shu was born July 4 1801 at Bean Station Tcnn but had resided in Madison county for many years Mrs Sharp was ono of the bestknown women in tho county and was greatly beloved by all whoIknew her She was educated in Virginia Sho was a zealous member of the Baptist church becoming a member at the age of nine and her pure Chris tian life was an example worthy of m- uSlationwhen attending the services at her iuIcause Master Although an invalid for many years she never complained and even when she had to bo taken in a chair insistixtSupon attending tho church servicOSSShe leaves her husband and the following children Misses Mellio and Mamie Charles of Louisville and Dewey tho youngest Funeral services were conducted by Rev Jas Parsons Saturday morning the burial taking place at till Richmond Cemetery Senator McCreary Return After spending several days in his old home Senator McCreary has returned to his work in Now York The papers of the State have had many nice notices of tho Senators speech at the Goebol mdn ument unveiling and we have heard many compliments on his remarks State Favors Good RoadsSThe Frankfort correspondent cf theSCourierJournal has this to say as to thoSsentiment for good roads Kentucky just now is much interested in the ques tion of good roads and there seems to be a general movement all over tho State for better thoroughfares the recent campaign for tho passage of the amend ment to tho constitution having stimu lated interest and spread information Until that campaign many persons inSthe State did not realize what good roadsSmeant and of how much importance the subject was Now there is an awaken ing and when the Legislature paSselS three bills relating to good roads Kentucky will have taken a long step for JoodIas attendance at church will be better when the country people are able to reach town over good roads easilyThein the cause of education want gopd roads for it means more children in the schools of tho State Bad roads have been largely responsible lor illiteracy in Kentucky there being thousands of children unable to reach school houses Croods tS tFire Life Accident and Health Insur Jance in the very best old line Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt trt- The6000OOQ farms in the United States average 140 acres each and constitute + Ji nearly onefourth the countrysUw altk B vvtTJytK was 1M744000 bushels averagiiSXll Vitslieb p acre with B averagfj aa ill 8 e4spwbi sL Tht afgf g trnhw Oria tWt Tbap XOdSed u fl by4StP o in womans attire so much to be desired is easily attainable T through the V t The directions for their use are easily understood everything being made so plain that even those with limiced dressmaking experience succeed in turning out that look just like the picture To be a well dressed is a worthy ambition McCall L Patterns IK 81McCall0 F Womens Umbrellas 9eeI New Spring 5kirts 0 a A very attractive model cut over special pattern fancy plaited a e effect trimmed with selfcovered o all wool black Panama regular I Fine Nottingham Lace Curtainseo s 98ce0 Ia a Fine Bed Comforts full size covered with withaI I 0 0 pure white cotton Price I 98 8a 0 I ckwearaID I Stocksa1 a Jabots Lace Collars Bows etc all the9 Oca0 6 Respectfully the Cash Trade IJT EL1DLLit JuJ Kentuckyc garments Dont get the idea into youi mind that all yards sell the goods at the tame prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stocked anti closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building Material Game in and let us convince you that ours is tnat yaidyOur perplexities end and your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying 425 Near L A Depot f New- I f have just opened a large and handsome stock of 0flthe Schlegel building on Third street and cordiall invite an ih spectionof same Wo are prepared to do FIRST CLASS PAPER HANGING r on shortest notice and in the manner Will appreciate call Remember paper is in stock and can be done promptly WOLo LEEDSJ House 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Help You v andwritfJlI 0o1inm1lOhbeUaALL DEUG STO fe IRAT American Beauty Corsets OUR WARRANT purchaser buying WTTNDEK Womens Childrens purchase having replace exchanges aremade Chattanooga Knitting fWeSmrjc hAp u15cReady Pillowsu d5andBlankets ofSpring Sewing supplyyour White Goods Linens Ginghams and other Wash Fabrics thrifty housewife demands Men Overcoats 998selling RadcliffsShoes Ladies Tobacco Canvas Different Grades 0Underwear Mdns Fleeced Underwear good quality shirts and drawers 50c kind Special price 39c garment taSubmitted OSSIS ecu if Women Only Knw What a Heap of Happiness It Would Bring to Richtmond Homes Hard lo do housework wih an ach tug back Brings you hours of misery at leisure or at work If women only knew Jhe cause that Backacha paths comes frcm kid neys Twould save much needless woo Doana Kidney Pilli cure sick kid neys Many residents of this vicinity endorse them Mrs Nelson Richmond Ave Mt Sterling Ky says I can certainly Rive Doans Kidney Pills my highest endorsement They have pioveti of great benefit to me and 1 believe thht if I had used them I would bo in poor health today I was nearly driven wild on account of a constant ache in my back I felt tired sad worn out and the least tiling worried me 1 alSo suffered from nervouse headache 1teethis remedy whenever 1 feel n slight return of the trouble and it never fails to give me prompt relief csFosterlIlburn StatesRemembertake no other 0liii PANOLA Mrs Arthur Dalton has been very sick for some time Miss Bertha Todd of Speedwell was the guest of Miss Clara Todd Sunday Miss Bessio Cox gae a party last Tuesday evening About fifty people were present and all report a nice time Mrs Simp Wialdor has moved to her home on the hill A large crowd attended Richmond Court Monday Wm Cox and laughter Miss Pearl of Missouri are visiting friends and relatives at this place r alImentYoutake some good leliable dependable remedy III such cases we recommend Kidney and Bladder PillsIJeVittg usedbykldnoywekback of disordersIoPaid Out of Fees- A new law went into effect in Ohio January 1st that is creating considerable commotion among county officers in that State Foryears the salaries recievcd by county oflicors enabled many a man to lay bya snug sum during his term of of ficeand tljo last legislative body enacted a law greatly reducing the fee also stipulated that all salaries must bo paid out of tho fees received an d no money would be paid by the county or State to makeup any doSceacy It is further sJmustmust bb applied to the salaries of the officers Many of tho county officials threaten to resignbut that is taken with a grain of salt by the taxpayers for who ever heard of an Ohio man re signing an office Hoarse Coughs Stuffy Colds rir WWW ilne i if the cold U nrt1 cured cOIHhealsmlldlylaxMi 0AskJsiebtthvla4 i 13W oIKd0s flF c u o fti r j Fish CulturaLtSenator Bradley has introduced a bill in the U S Senate appropriating 825 000 for fish cultural in Kontuky This s a good thing nd we trust will go through but what is needed along this thoIstreams and if let alone tho fish would soon fill them but the dynamite and other destructive methods used have al almost rid the waters of the tinny trIbes Hamlet had melancholy probably caused by an inrxellvs liver A bad liver make one cross and irritable causes mental and physical depression and may re suit disastrously BtllardsJierbiuels acknowledge to rouwblueday A pcsitivs cure for billion lietul ache Constipation Chills and F vrand all liver complaints Sold by Perry Timas 0fIrn Not So High There is a great deal of complaint from some people asto the dog taX and rpealcdThoremain oif the statute books The Ken uckyt law not near so rigid as that in ad joining states In Indiana frinstance the tax on a male dog is 2 on a female 4 and for eachadditional dog SI Prior to the last Legislature in that state it was on male dog 2 for female and 2 for each additional dog The dog tax there is collected by the Assessor when he takes jour list 0Moreney Ilsmedy every year It is consid ered th3 m3t effintive ram jrly fofal Sidney and bladder troubles that med ical science cm devise Kidney diseases cause moro sickness and suffer ing and are more fatal than any other diseases Foleys Kidney ItimeJy will cure any cass of kidney or Madder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of mbdicine Ni medicine can do more Sold byStocktoii fc Son Mm Hemp Growers 100D crop of river bottom and iiplqnd cultivated hemp seed latest impartation 0Sampleandphones Yours truly i WGrssSo j20lot Camp Nelson Ky For The Steenth Time y is is fForother that tho famous old Phoenix will bo made several stories higher Heros Peoplefromington and it is shame that an up to tho minute hotel is not thereto accomy modnte thorn Woiiro hero to eater to ttn traopol the tojn and couiitry Utizua give I11131J n SANIEUS 128 U Phone 67i A Biblical Fan A base ball editor with religious tcndcnr cies origlnates the following The dpyilwas tho first coacher He coached Ewe when she stole first Adam stol1 second VVjien Isaac mctllcbeceant the well she was walking with 1 piriiherl moswmadoahasohitwheiihesJewAbJcJ Mos es m ado the first slew the Egyptians The prodigal made ttliorns- run B vM was a Jong distn o tIiroer- hut Mjwes ahutjjHt the Egyptatte theiqdceL tJ 1 I i u cr I I L r fl rFOrmaklng One rich or plain food equally valuable hdispensab1e 0For Home Jaking rAkrl oncim aim GMm1 BY EEIRIGGRTEI CKfORDIA 83 rCORRESPONDENCE OLtCITEJ This matter must not be reprinted with out special permLsstonjr A NEW ARSENICAL SPRAY In view of the fear which Is felt by some orchardlsts as to the effects OB their frul trees resulting from a con tinned use of arsenate of lead as an Insecticide In their spraying opera tions from an accumulation of arsenic in the soil and because of the fear felt In some other quarters asto the effect on the public health of an ex tensive spraying of trecsand fruit with arsenic lead compounds keen interest will be felt In the work of two French scientists Vetmorel and Dantony who with a view to over coming the dangers referred to have conducted extensive experiments the past three years id the Use of ferrous arsenate as a substitute for arseriate of lead and with a remarkable degree of success The solution which they have used is made as follows Twenty ounces of nrscnnfe of soda are dissolved In five gallons of water mak ing solution A Twenty ounces of iron sulphate are also dissolved in five gallons of water making solution B Solution B Is poured lute solution A gradually with continued stirring Toward the end of the operation the mixture should be tested with potas slum ferrocyanide test paver and when this turns blue no more of Solution should be poured in as If is Important not to have too treat an excess of tho ron sulphate The combination should be diluted to fifty gallons Be sides ten ounces ofTerrous nrsennte It will contain also some sulphate of scda aud ferrous hydrate When In contact with the air the forrGt9arse nate turns greenish con tact with the air the ferrous hydrate turns to ferric hydrate which la the best antidote against arsenical pOison ing Thevgeneral color of the spray 19a dirty green and emnot be mls taken for any other product The ex pri nters found the spray very ad hesive that when used twice as strong as the above prescription there was no burning oftlio foliage while at half strength It hall an effect as an insecticide equal to time usual formula of arsenate of lead Moreover the foliage of trees sprayed with the fer rous arsenate looked healthier and cf a darker green than those treated with other sprays Besides the adran tages mentioned adhesiveness Insecti cide value freedom from burning a characteristic color and the presence ofan antidote with th6 poison would be the cheapness of the product ow lug to the low cosLot sulphate of Iron as compared with acejate of lend THE LIMESULPHUR SPRAY Last summer when it was too latE to apply it effectively the writer had an Inquiry from a Pennsylvania read er asking for the formula for making the Hme sulphur spray used com bating the San Jose scale which had appeared In his orchard For the len efit of this reader and any others wlw may have to fight this pest we give below the formula and how to prepare i t tphepreferably during the months of Feb nary and March To snake flrty gal Ions of the spray mixture fifteen pounds of Hmo mal fifteen pounds of sulphur are required Many include fifteen pounds of salt hut recent ex periments show that tbisnths no par t 0ifresh stone lime sjouldbc slakeito a whitewash then add the sulphur which has been made Into a paste by 0meansshould then be stirred thoroughly and boiled for two hours when enough hot 0waterwhole mixture up to fifty gallons Best results will be had ihe spray is used while hot To prevent a clogging of the spray nozzle by particles of lime the mixture should be stralncd through a twenty mesh brass strainer or two thicknesses of gunny sacking before being poured Into the spray taut The liquid should JC nPil lcd to the trees under high prcsureso as to give a finciy divided sprcy aid ah parts of tire truuk and ltsSbudbe reached I 1 PRACTICAL COOPERATION Two Minnestn IWistela LrpiJers hnupon a very sensible plan wlreiv in lnifr chasing sires fortheir befiL they did i so wItllthc agreement to escharssires nt th end of two years so iis to prevent hilireedlujr The plan wcr3 welt with two breeders nun roulti give Just as satisfactory reSults and cover a much longer pcrcjl If from j four to six lirfedors were tocq cjjenite liuiIldatinof the time raentibucdhnd In turn re ceiving cus from lrtncIghbr01u tiz older dairy seetjoiiadf the country tal- plan Is ftToYrcd u1te an exteI and with Hy tntJletlry rtvjults for It pennIts a sire torcintiln In a 0boi1odbeyond question th311cand capacity of bl 1 3t r RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations The work of the gospel herald can riot be held down to tile limits of a profcssiounev Dwight E Marvin Presbyterian Brooklyn Christian Languor- If the Christians of the world took their Christianity ID languorous ease thRevYork GoodI a transformation of human nature so tithatselfish Interests but for the general good It must depead upon honest nod self controlled men when its civ l 0uxationm nt employees Itev Samuel Wood ow Congregatlonallst Washington Desecration of the Sabbath The small violation of the law of the Lord kills the spiritual sense and drags man down 1 therefore call upon the Christian people the mew bers of Christs church to discoun tenance this flagrant violation of the Lords day by refusing to read thenSunday newspaper Get right God keep Tight with GodHev Dr D J Burrcll Reformed Church New York Social Justice Needed- It is the duty of the church today to maintain social justice The spirit maintained by a certain school of modern philosophy that might makes right- sI trot tire religious spirit The modem capitalist Is likely to think the spirit of tile Scttuon on the Mount in the spirit of some distant hereafter but not the spirit which should pervade the facto ries and the courts today Dr Emil G liirsch Jewish ChicagosTraining Adequate religious training today In that which strengthens themoral liher and teaches hOvto conduct oneself In the new relations so as best to for ward the common good Religious ed ucatlou is to transform into habit cv erythitig that ought to belong to ones nature The old question of What shall I do to be satdJnow has to be changed to shall society do to be savedItev II II Sannderaou 0UiritrmrlamrWomen Unfitted For Mens Work Any out cm readily conceive that woman WHS never inteudcd by the Di vitro Master tp cast herself Into the rude turmoil of the polltkal arena Neither womans body uur her mind Is adapted for masculine occupations Her fret were never made for the march of the soldier or policeman Her voice symphonic and melodious was never meant to prououncc stern sentence Much less arp her mental fac ultlis adapted to administer govern went Kev Father Michael Roman Catholic Norwood Park liisUniversal Brotherhood Is God a mutt of war lie most cer tainly is for be tolls us so in so many words Will the reign of brotherhoodL and peace come this side ss ed home bt onll the rave Personal l DyIt Is perfectly safe to prophesy that just as lout as there are great nations lite Turkey tied Cuba and Japan still unroiivrrtni to the religion of Jesus Christ justc bug will men seek ID vain for anivrrsal reign of brotherhood a are among the different nations and peoples of the world RPV W iltUiague Gecr Episcopalian New York Discoveries of Man Iau dlscovor in tire world anti worlds of sound and color and form a temple for the glory of God Man dis covers In hliusiK the desire and abili ty to use the forms and colors and sounds for tIme building of a temple for the glory of God ilaii discovers that inasmuch as he possesses a spirit the body in whlch that Spirit lives is d templp for the glory of God Man dis covers that Inasmuch us all men possess the spirit of the Infinite there fore man III Iris relation to bis fellow man onus a temple fur the glory of GodUov Dr Robert McLaughlin Cougn Rationalist Jruoklyn- Ths Roligion of Jesus The progress of till world today Is toward democruy Christianity Is a denKxracy but tli church maintains an arlsiotmcy Time common people are not In the church and yet the tom mOil peok rule the world Wher ever ttxlay you lied a thiirch that takes Rcriouslr Christs social law of scrv ice there you tiuA I believe that the jiduptloi ofrtLerllIglon of Jesus cs a practical creed for the conduct of business andfor the reform of every wrong would surely and speedily solve the problems which now excite the minds of menRev Madison C Peters Presbyterian New York Heroic Action Needed Then J the JeWS bad threatened to stone him ho would face their op position rind continue bis ministry ven nun It was finished Jesus would ixi back to the Ktnues Ills conduct ir this fustinte is illustrative of the berolc element IIi Christianity He would Out ohaiig Ills course becaus- eperconfrnhtedirlnr or because death was tlirwifeyed A like spirit should possess all his followers Unlike Jesus low spoa we weary of well doing to- go again nrd rot again To persist In efforts to reach people with the gospel does not distinguish the ordinary Christian worker The Sunday school teacher becomes discouraged the par ent loses heart mIll tie minister de spulrs Jrmtihat our labors are not appreciated our fclnHilmt motives are Impugned unit our services are resented yet it behoove utotoll on In hope and crnnmge and with the belief tbnt UUP hlurlurl not In vatn Let us persist In piling yet again Into our jrdeiPef DrJ JVMuir B pttet l rtmIi WHEN YOU WANT pe tNT JN ICONSULT THE THE CLIMAX i f = i J r c J t j In disorders ands eases of children drugs seldom do goodand often do harm Careful feeding and bathing are the babies remedieSI Iisnot only nourishes them most but also regulates their digestion It is a wonderful tonic for chil dren of all ages They rapidly gain weight and health on small doses SAIE BY Ail DRUGGISTS ISend lOc name of paper and this ad for beautiful Savings hank and Childs SketchBock Each bank contains a Good ruck Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl SU NY For Sale Privnloly two store houses one oc cupied by Taylor Otdham Hardware e other known as thA Ttacket Store oth on Main St J E Greanleaf tf Executor Right now is tho most dangerous mes for fires Protect ourself against loss by having Breck Smith place you in a reliable company j122m Torturing eczema spreads its burn ing area every day Uoans Oint mont quickly stops its spreading in stantly relieves the itching cures it permanently At any drug store Notice All parties having claims against the estate of the late Irvine Azbill are hereby otified to present the same properly proven to the undersigned on or before March 1st 1010 All parties indebted to said estate will please settle same at once JM Azbill Admr You can depend upon our work being satisfactory in every way JSave for us and get a chance on the piano Normal- ityC Laundry 3t Causes Consumption If you have catarrh dont fool your elf into the belief that it is a harmless disease At least onehalf of tho consumption in the world can be traced to catarrh Hero are some symptoms of catarrh if you have any of them get rid of them while there is yet time Is your throat raw p Do you sneeze ofteitf Is your breath foul Are your eyes watery Do you take cold easily- Is your nose stopped up Do you have to spit often Do crusts form in your nose Do you blow your nose a great deal c- Are you losing your sense of smell Does your mouth taste bad at morn hlgsDo you have to clear your throat on rising Do you have a discharge from the noso Does mucous drop in back of throat Hyomci is guaranteed to cure catarrh ore throat coughs colds croup and bronchitis or money back Just breathe it in Complete outfit including hard rubber inhaler 81 Extra bottles 50 cts eading drugciistscvelwhere soil Hyo meL n L Middclton guarantees it rop a postal for our free book Booths Famous People Booths Hyomoi Ct Buffalo N Y MIONACUtes indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour stom ach belching and cures all stomach dis ease or money back Large box of tablets 50 cents Druggists in all towns It is always cheapest in the long run to gel the best We do the very best Concrete WorkGive us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied ft K StonePh- one 432 flood Coal Saves Money We handle the very best grades including the celebrated Rich Mountain CpALand can be foundanywhere Weappreciate your order and guarantee full weight arid satisfaction A trial order will convince you that our coal is a little better than you have been getting elscwhereS Sill Thorpe Co Piaonell4c= t d7 o i t i Irmest Food Variety Products I Tell me what yon eat and Pit tell you what you ore philosopher He might with equal truth have c I Ten me where you buy and Ill tell you what you get buy here you get food of nest- quality I and In widest variety What I ever your tastes whether like and dainty thiogoi preftr theIwholesome eating have the goods to please you Irld1 with utmost IIndIWe warrant thefresbness of everything we selL And theIprices are always If you want ft treat for breakfast try our I Electa CoffeeI a coffee of Improved flavor slowcooked I and I IIcolleet your feet sad make the work easier Seated in flavortight tins while I still hot to preserve the natural fl- avorTate t and Son I I Telephone 35 I I I V S SSS SS SSSSee S Special Attention is called to the Wm J Oliver IMPROVED CHILLED PLOW unquestionably the best on the market We Also Handle the Vulcan Plow F and All Vulcan Repairs 1 Taylor Oldham Dealers in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street rWe are Receiving the Choicest Lot of t Evaporated Fruit CJ1 I 7 make it a point to combine quality with quantity and always at the lowv re- stJ of market prices See our beautiful line of J Queensware Wooden Granite and Willow Ware V t rSwELL c GROCERSTelephone 1 Take a Good Look at our Diamonds They are what the poet describes as gems of the purest 10 ray serene And at present prices they are a decidedly good investment Why not buy a nice Belcho ring It is like having money out at interest forIthey increase in value every year think of the pleasure youll derive from wearing the ring while the stone gets more and more valuable 4MAINImportant Notice The 25000 laborers who haye organized for the purpose Meatstogethera satisfactory compromise through two men whose combin eH wealth is less than 1000000 i Listen arid be Benefited upheavytive in making paupers and crushing the laborer The in come from tobacco has gone skyward mules have gone out of sight the supervisors have thought it wise to send taxes higher horsesare too high What is the matter Is it right The above twomen of less than 1000000 capital should furnish a 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 tho experiment for one year in rebating to every purchaser sufficient to cause him to realize that meat is not the only hisrh priced article he has whobuyHoughton Moyer or Columbus or from anyof our medium goods ranging in price from 40 topbuggyfinest with rolled lines and rolled Jjridle farm bridles col laprobesand alsohaveall kinds of machinery We guarantee all work and goods workfromtoohigbandcome down Very reepectfully f i Lackey CoJV r it 1kiliM = = II I 0