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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0II d bi rt TL 2Jiih L THE1P1CHMOND CLIMAX 9 i 1 f tfl c n a e n D i Ity a rk 1 36th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1910 y NUMBER 38 WALL PAPER I FHLRL5 A POINT BELOW I which It is unsafe to buy flour Government reports show how socalledcheap flours are filled with adulterants and treated t with chemicals Youll not find Mallards Oblisque Flour in that class It is an absolutely pure flour milled from tho choicest wheat Ord r a sack and youll acknowledge it is well worth its price and more Burnside Robinsonr 314 Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material v Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE f42 EICSMOND E Dtllglas Geo D Simmons J W DeatheragV a N 0 T I G E Sr ij 1 i 0ia 3T is is to announce to you that Mr James 5Rv j w k 1t11C rage has purchased an interest in h rv in of Douglas Simmons and the term name hanged to Douglas Simmons Deatberage We have moved to our new and commodious quarters on Second street and our stock in a eludes everything in the hardwareline We wish you a prosperous and happy new year We thank you for past patronage and solicit a continuance otyojur favors 77 Deatheraga r s r4 WeS l F May Manton- v 4 Patterns 1 p J 1Oc Each t he Right Way to get good work is D buy your paper from an up to date lane and get an uptodate paper hanger Attractive Calendar For J910 Everyone knows Tile Pabst Extract Calendar Girl Each year she appears in a new guiseperennially young alivdys more and more beautiful One year she is the Jewel Girl The next ijcarslie blossoms forth as the Rose Girl r But for 1910 she has chosen a role that will appeal must forcibly to all GirlThe her grace embodies at once unsullied beauty softest and sweetest innocence strength of character and tender force She is The American Girl The artists criterion in producing this cotf ption was that of true beauty in thaUiTscharms increase on examine tiHp MAmerican Girl calenuats free from all advertising and is worthy of a place in any room in any house All that is necessary is to send lOc in stamps or silver to cover the cost of exlulsitCiIw you Address Pabst Extract Co 918 Chest nut St Milwaukee Wisconsin GummedSide Up Uncle Sam has taken another shot at the insidious dust germs and here aftcrwhcn you invest in postage stamps at the post office clerks will hand out those indispensables gum side up Since time began it has been the other way gum side down The well meaning but unenlightened clerks did not know that by that ancient method they were playing right then into the hands of tho germ giving him just the chance he was laying for to transfer himself from the dust of the clerks counters first to the stamp gum and Host to the tongues of those who licked the stamps to make them stick on the envelopes wire Life Accident and Health Insurance in the very best old lino Companies WinS Broaddus Agfc tff With The New Firm Mr Charlie Sharp who met with an accident in a runaway last year losing the sight of his eyes a short time rtgo iriado an arrangement with B H Luxon Bro whereby ho obtained a small commission on every load of coal he Kolfor this firm On the purchase of Mr Luxons business by Broaddus Vaughn ho made tho same arrangement wilh them and takes this method of notifying the public that he is endeavor ing to mako an honest living in this manner and solicits your orders Call on or telephone Xo Got j10lf i 2 f c LadiesSuits La i 3500esLadies Suits worth 1750 to 2000te H 51u Ladies worth 1250 to 1500 for 850 LMsSuits worth J000 jVS I Joi 650 f fJ0 LtO c f r Ladles Cloaks I J1 9jiSGloaksworth 1750 to 2D00 for Ii 050Jf Ladies G J 50IoakswortSLadies 595akaLadies it Clo aka worth i7pa50 for A475 h sJoaks t worth 3150500taL 4i x rt E1t fF Jf 19Feq Coak 98c o 309 itz T to x wSfff L 7 j li fIJ tfr c ThI L 1f1 I Fie 412 WP BAXTER Microbes in the Scalp The Latest Explanation is That Microbes Cause Baldness Professor Unna of Hamburg Ger many and Dr Sabourand of Paris France share the honor of having dis covered the hair microbe Baldness is not caused through a few weeks work of these hair microbes but it the result of conditions brought about by their presence Baldness may not occur until years fterthe microbes began work but it is certain to come sooner or later I The microbes cut off the blood supply They feed on the fatty matter about the roots of the hair through which the blood is absorbed Finally the fatty matter is consumed the food supply of the hair is gone and itstarves and final lydies Kosorcm is one of the most effective germ destroyers ever discovered Beta Naphthol is a most powerful yet absolutely safe germicide and antiseptic which prevents development of germ matter and creates a clean healthy condition Pilocarpirib although not a coloring matter or dye is an ingredient well es tablished for its power to restore natural color to human hair when loss of color has been caused by a disease Borax because of its welldefined softening and cleansing propertirs is most useful in the treatment of scalp and hair diseases Glycerine acts as a stimutant 10 the hair bulbs and has a soothing healing and nourishing in fluence Alcohol is indispensable in medicine because of its antiseptic stimulating and preservative quantities We want every one who has scalp or hair trouble to try Rexall 93 Hair Tonic which contains all these ingredients If it docs not give you complete satisfaction in every particular wo will return every penny you paid us for it for the mere asking and without question or formality Of course you nnderstand that when we say that Kexall 93 Hair Tonic will grow hair we do not refer tocases where the roots are entirely dead the pores of the scalp closed and the head has the shiny appearance of a billiard ball In- cases like this there is no hope In all other cases of baldness Rexall 93 Hair Tonic will grow hair or cost the user nothing Two sizes 50 cents and 8100 Remember you can obtain Rexall Rem edies in Richmond only at Hoary L Perry The Faith of Lincoln This is my faith said Abraham Lincoln I have never united myself to any church because I have found difficulty in giving my assent without mental rer servution to the long complicated statements of Christian doctrine which char acferize their articles of belief and confessions of faith Whenever any church will inscribe over its altar as its sole qualification for membership the Sa viors condensed statement of the substance of both law and gospel Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart land with all thy soul and with all thy mind and thy nelghborta thyself that church win Ijoin with all my heart and all my soul And the simple faith of Abraham Lincoln is that of thousands of other good men and women in the world today The faith of most persons is strenght ened by union with a church That Is the outward sign of their religion but the true sign is within themselves The Hook Worm Have you caught onto tine hook worm yet In days gone by when a person got so ho would work hard to keep from doing something when he showed a decided disinclination lo live by the sweatof his brow the gossips would got buSy and his physical condition would be de scribed by the use of the prosaic little work lazy Now tli4 doctors come forward and blame the whole business onto the hookworm and the first sucker to bo caught is J Rockefeller who has given up a million of his hardearned cash to issist in killing ofT the pest But the hook worm is no loafer himself He works at his job 24 hours a dayThe hook worm gets into your arm when wifey wants you to beat a carpet Ho gets into the little boys leg when you want him to art an errand He gets into the servant girls whole system He makes the schoolboy play hookey wouldI trustIA man who has hook worms has his fish bait always with him The medical term for the hook worm is uncinariasis The man who coined that name wasnLaHlictcd with one youjustBreck S Smith represent the most reliable insurance companies and will be glad to explain their policies j122m s PAPERforf l If A q Better Mattressft i1 For Less Money Our liberal guarantee is backed up by the j tlS Stearns Foster Co and proves beyond doubt f the superior quality of Stearns Foster mattresses 1 ifimSBABSfgSTER MjTTRESSmaker it allows you do The inside of most mattresses is a secret you judge merely by a ticking or a clerks pleasant t Ik in today y Every mattress sold on 60 nights free trial LAP 4lL 6 i Oldham LackeyWhen You Need Foleys Orino Laxative When you have that dull heavy feverish feeling accompanied by When you have headache indigestion bil iousness pains in stomach and bowels then you need Foleys Ortno Laxative It moves the bowels freely and gently and thoroughly clears tho intestinal tract It does not gripe or nauseate and cures constipation KB pleasant to take and especially recommended tor byStockton t Prices CutT Almost in Halves Suits j i f addition to the special prices mentioned we i have bargains in other heavy goods Also 1 r J i plete lines of new and up to date+ 3 f tEmbroideries Laces1 y Muslin Underwear Ginghams etcfor Spring 1910 The most beautiful assortment of new Spring White Goods we have evershown and our prices have not been affected one w4tby the high prices in ctf n as all our orders were placed early and before the advance Come and1 see kI 7ttT arc A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspep Fie and constiuation weakenn the wholo system Doans Regulets 25 cts a box correct the liver tone the stomach cure constipation flin Are you saving your coupons given on the piano by the Normal City Laundry Its a fine instrument and everybody has an equal chanco to get it J122t Cares babys croup Willies daily cuts and bruises mamas sore throat grandmas lameness Dr Tnomas1- Eclectric Oilthe great household remedy flm WINDSORGRADE 13050 i guarantee to be betterjany other f JAllyou to examine the irsicic most important side to know the very mattress you buy J to dark and cant pretty talk Come constipation In com If you will just take Kodol now and then you need not fear or hesitate to est all the good food thaf youwant for Kodol will digest whatever you eat Kolod is for weak and sour stomachs Kodol is pleasant toltake and it is guaranteed to give relief at once Sold by AllDrupgist8 Mm Lisa insurance is a protection that no man should fail to have See Rreck Smith and place your insurance in a safe reliable company jI22m eJ i r R e F Six Nights Go As You Pleas Race How many tired fathers and mother In this town enter this race every night carrying baby And they wont der what the matter is Chances are the child is starvingworms are oat lug all of its food Most children have worms yours neednt Whites Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the worms and strengthen tho child Sold by Perry and Thomas Mm We Sell May Mar ton 1 Patterns lOc Each i t Mens Suits Mens Suits worth 1750 to 2000 for 1350 Men s Suits worth 1250 to 1500 for 100l Mens Suits worth 1000 for 695 Men suits worth 750 to 850 for 550 t Mens Overcoats Overcoats worth 1750 to 2000 for ji 60 Overcoats worth 1250 to 1500 for I 950 Overcoats worth 10 for S95 Overcoats worth 750 to 850 fors 550 2 v Overcoats wortn 500 to 65Q for 375 JYouthsOvercoats from 275 to 395 iBo s Overcoats from 98c to 295 1- H I jlt i 7fq y f J f y r 0 IiiIi J tft Jiit T r t v ft l J f h1sit iiarni1tor i n B f 0Ii tnep Si l i 17 o 01 Tobacco Canvas 2 12 3 and 3 12 c r Thompsons Glovefitting Corsets BUY EARLYJust look at McKees while down street if you want to see something new andv pretty for spring They are getting 3 H 4malI of their f te Pew Ginghams r Cheviots and White Materials Be sure and see their Embroideries for they are the handsomest we have ever bought at the price Owen SJIcKee See Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns The Richmond Climax rUSlKttEO DIRT BI THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated- A U MILLER Picst and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAMdtor Kembtr FRESS FBICE 100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY FEB 23 uno OXE of the greatest mistakes tim Gov ermcnt has ever mndo is that of selling or almost giving away the Springfield rifles recently discarded by the Army These weapons arc of the best made and have been bought by firms who sell for almost nothing to any one having the price Many have fallen into hands of irresponsible parties who should not be permitted to have weapons Only last week a negro killed a policeman in Louisville with one of these guns Then again they arc bought by the lower classes of laborers who should they have an uprising could cause great trouble and loss of life It would have been far better if the Government had stored those guns and amunition THE more thorough and honest the analysis of tho causes of the excessive cost of living the more clearly will it be shown that the greater causes are artificial not natural The natural causes are potential to be sure but they are not so effective as the artificial which include the high protective tariff the system of unlimited cold storage and the arbitrary pricemaking of the trusts And the greatest of these is the tariff AN Eastern educator has figured out that the automobile craze is responsible for the high cost of living He says that in order to make the millions necessary each year to purchase automobiles every owner or prospective owner is straining income to the limit and is forced to oppress those about him if he can by ad vancing prices of necessities or refusing to grant higher wages IIox Henry AVatterson hasjust passed his seventieth milestone in lifes race we are glad to hear hale and hearty JIarso Henri has done a world of good with his goose quill and the people of the State trust that he wilt be spared many more years or usefulness He is spending the winter at NaplesOnthe Gulf Florida TOG kind of religion that causes u man to give a pound in weight when he sells a pound of sugar and that gives as sistance to a friend who isvin need of as sistance is vastly superiorto the starch cdshirt kind that js taken out and aired only one day in the week But even tin latter is probably betterthan none at all TUG disasters of the sea in the last few days have a tendency to make the landsman contented with his lot He may be and frequently is run down by trains or has to bo fished from beneath a mass of wreckage but even so hcusuallyalights with at least one foot on the ground WnEX the Northern Republican editors asked Senator Beverage what he consid ered good policy for them to observe in the conductof their papers in thenext National campaign ho replied that the only policy he knew was to tell the truth But might not that be a trifle embarrass inJ in spots Senator A yevf item from Germany says that kt the sight of twenty American women a the Kaisers court conservative Germans shook their heads Well turn ins heads is one of the principal indus tries the American girl v Tjinold prizefighter John L Sullivan insecuring license to marry his second wife gavohisoccupatiOn that of lectur er As John had been married before he ought to have known that 4 husband Jstheaudjenceafldjiut the lecturer KuitouLidiliiiie of the Winchester I Democrat nfli between a mothers hope tInt her son will be President and his fathers that he will some d1Ybo hung ttMJjtod strikes a pretty U toe amounts to anything WTJUHMJ the bccftr t kuh fade is lAt tlndeIMt tin fpfrttln fAn Ii wa n 0 sttrUedifire We presume the devil was making it so hot for some of the deceased shrubboliA New York man has admitted that he has nineteen wives This may bo very convenient cold weather and scarcity of cooks but just think what that Cot lows bill for Spring bonnets will be POSTAL authorities in many localities refused to deliver comic valentines Thus one bone are the delights and privileges of youth being removed and its liberties restricted AN exchange advises girls to never let their steadies see thorn out in a rain storm Come think of it there is a striking resemblance1 between a wet hen and a girl in the rain EVEN diamonds have taken another jump in price A married man without daughters however looks with complacency on the advance in the sparklers TilE ladies hats will be smaller this season Thanks for this much but pity the thought the price has not been reduced TilE U S Senate has appointed a committee to discover that the high cost of living has nothing to do with the tariff EVEN with its increased cost of living this is the best world of which any of us has ollicial knowledge Tint more one studies the political situation in Kentucky at thistime the less he knows about it D Cft + I Social and Personal j c lion f A Sullivan was in Frankfort last week It J Ward pf Cincinnati was a visi tor in town Monday Miss Belle Bennett has been a recent visitor in Frankfort Miss Martha Itoss is in Paint Lick visitingher mother Mrs Andre Scanlan is in Martinsyille Ind for several weeks stay Miss Alone Hanna has been the recent guest of Miss Julia White Miss Julia White has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Miss Annie Herudon of Lancaster is visiting Miss Julia Higgins Mayor Rice attended the meeting of Mayors in Frankfort Monday Mrs D B Shackelford arid daughters have returned from Florida J T Ferriel real estate agent was in Irvine Wednesday on business Mrs Harry hIts anti children are inl Cloverport visiting her mother W A Langford has returned from several months stay3ii Florida Mrs Robert Burnam left last week for Jacksonville to stay until Spring Paris Kentuckian Mr O D Gray of Richmond is visiting relatives here Dr and Mrs Rice of Frankfort have been visiting his brother A T Rice Mrs Elizabeth Miller is quite ill with the grip at her home on Lancaster Ave Mrs C VMllIer is in Nashville tIn guest of Mr rind Mrs Richard Gentry Miss Lucy Walker Dotyi of Lancaster is the guest other sister Miss Tett Iotv Mr and Mrs Jnas Rucker have re turned frown visit to Lancaster relatives Mrs Elizabeth Miller w seriously ill of pneumonia at tier home on Lancaster Ave Miss Sue Smith is spending the re mainder of the winter with friends in the South MrsJ W Elmore of Lancaster is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs David Chenault Mrs DJC IcCprinickvbf Wincliesler is visiting Mr and Mrs Z T Rico on BroadwayMr Mrs W D Oldhamhavo returned from u stay of several days in Cincinnati The many frienJs of Miss Bessie Tur are gi to know of her recovery of a receutfiliness J 31ldwayDiigper Maner Wallace of Rchmondrspeht Sunday with his parents here Mis JuliaGrcni of Lexington has ac cepted the position of Stenographer for HoiuGE Lilly Mrs 8 Jlie 4dofBerea k vkk Lthi Q I Winchester Democrat Miss Lucy Adams of Madison county visited rela tives here the past veekiEmmaWhiteMr anti Mrs J R Daviss DPotlswith Richmond friends Friday The Climax will be very thankful if parties visiting or having visitors will ring us up and give us the item Cynthiana Democrat Misses Maggie leftMondayNicholasville Tribune Mayor Woods pf Richmond was here Tuesday to as sist the drys in the local option election pastfour ger Sewing Machine office resigned last Monday Shelbyville News Mrs C J Tribblo and daughter Miss Lucille were called to Richmond last week by the death of Mrs Tribbles sister Mrs Rufus McCord who has been visiting her daughter Miss Elizabeth Farris at CampbellHagerman College Lexington has returned home Editor Wm Remington of the Paris Democrat was in town Sunday to see DiUisnewspaper men Miss Margaret Ella Kindred of Borca has accepted the position of stenographer in the law office of Judge II C nNotary willleave milesbfjust completed a magnificent residence on the place- Frankfort Journal Miss Barnett of Somerset and Misses Annie and Eliza beth Bertram of Richmond are the guests of Miss Martha Abbott Sen ator Burnam went to his homo in Rich mond yesterday to remain until Wednes daStanrordTournallrs W H Shanks spent several days with her parents in- MadisonMr W BEhkins of Louisville was hero Sunday to see Ida sisler Mrs It M Nowland Ho went from hero to Richmond where he thinks of locating The Cecilian Club hold a delightful meeting the past weetfwith Miss Katharine Stone Walker On March Oth the club will be entertained by Mrs J R programtheand Beethoven At a business meeting of Jhe Womans Club the following officers were elected Mrs Thomas Jefferson Smith President Mrs Warfield Bennett First Vice President Mrs Eugene Walker Second VicePresident Mrs Sallie Yates Mc JnsporTreasurer Frankfort cor Louisville Herald Mrs L D Herrington and handsome son Lewis B Hcrrington Jr have been spending the week in Frankfort with Mr Herrington who represents Madison county in the Legislature Mrs Herr onWednesdaywitlljegislatlvo life decided to spend some time in Frankfort where she has a number of friends having visited here ofRiclimomlThe following taken from a Bisbco Arkansas paper will be of much inter prospectivogroom Wagers Dr antI Mrs Geo Yoeool of this city announce the engagement of their eldest daughter Miss Bessie cityThenearfuturetheir home in El Paso Texas Mls Cool has resided here but a few months inthatLosAngelsfriends Her father Dr Jool huts been inIbye yen the state boundary He is well knownju southern Arizona especially residedhereknown and iih friends areleglcn He has been engaged principally In the railroad contracting business with his brother It M Dudtey of this city Se your eovjwM M tiu Jt1u1e INI 1It r Poor Newspaper ManI A milliner reset the Climax man the other day and began telling him of the big stock of goods she was getting in We ventured that wo wore delighted to see her stocking up whet she flow into a rage wheeled and left us standing in deep study as to the whyness of her anger The poor newspaper man is al ways saying the wrong thing Ships Goods Home Richmond friends have just received a letter from lIon Durtus J Clay ex Minister to Switzerland stating that he has shipped his automobile and household effects to Richmond prior to starting for his old homer Mr Clay and family will make several stops cnroute and hopes to reach Richmond about April 1st They will be given a warm welcome by their many friends hero in their old home Another Legal Holiday The first bill to pass both Houses and go to the Governor was that of Senator Arnett of Covington making Jer 12th a legal holiday under the name of Columbus Day The bill was strong ly pushed by the Kuights of Columbus the leading Catholic fraternal organi zatlon and was opposed by some Protestant ministers on the plea that it gave undue prominence to a particular organ ization The day is a legal holiday in a number of States When Teddy Comes Home When Cot Theorore Roosevelt steams up New York harbor wipes the dust of Africa from his shoes on the national doormat and settles down to be received The seat of Government will shrift from Washington to Now York according to esents indications Cabinet officials- members of Congress and minor officials are scurrying about to get aboard the Roosevelt reception band wagon and filling the air with hunches fur Bwana Tubmo It looks today as if Teddy Day would find Washington a deserted village says a correspondent from the seat of Government Nicholasville Votes WetsThe option election at Nicholasville Tuesday was red hot both wets and drys making the fight of their lives Just after close of the polls it was be- leved the town had decided to remain n the dry column but the last precinct reportingJJIado a change and the wets by a majority of thirtyone No teps have yet been taken as to the con ditions to be stipulated in license but we understand that every restriction will be placed and the fee made pretty stiff The ladies held services at tIm churches children carrying banners paraded the streets coffee and sand Viches were served but there was no disorder during time da- yFresh Air What about the fresh air in your home Do you sleep with the windows open at night A great New York phy sician recently said in a publiu speech We can bankrupt every drug store in America in a quarter of a century We can destroy the drug stores and make the medical profession obsolete with sanitation and fresh air Now we can not male our communication sanitary in a single night but in a single night wo can breathe into our lungs a sufficient quantity of good pure air to give us strength and endurance during tho day that follows It used to bo that people were afraiqto let wind blow inon them but it is now demonstrated that the wind is just whatwe need Keep tho body warm from head to foot and turn the hoso of clean invigorating air into your nostrils and you will not need calomel and quinine very often Spring Showing y At this season of the yean we TTvays extend an earnest and special invitation to every body to call for the purpose of seeing our splendid display of hahdsomo Spring wearables for men boys antI children A visit hero at this time will not only enable you to learn by seeing just what the correct styles are but will also convince you of the superioruy of our clothing Jiats and habcrdashery anti the fairness of our prices Como for a look while the whole store is aglow with springfreslinss Now Fon SHOES Our spring showing is worthy of your attention for men boys ladies and children they are all specials with us watch our windows for tho new styles we handle tho Just Wright and tho UB Reed Shoos for men Tho Celebrated Sil Kid Shoes for ladles and Bur Icy Stevens Shoes for boys Misses and children They ate all in the first class for style quantity and service as to fltj ting the foot and pocket as well they have noequal Wo cordially invilo your inspection Youll be more than wel como at any time Tho Royal Homo of good clotiies J S STANIKEU Prop- Ulchmonll Ky Cheer Up Girls Miss Carrie Millhouse n cdlOicIainis to bo the worlds oldest unmarried w iman And she probably has not given up hope yet either Valley Yiew Argent a t About Hyqmei A bottle Costs Only 50 cents A Complete Outfit Includ ing Inhaler J When B L MiddcllonstatesmOsiem phatically that ho will guarantee Ilyo tnei to euro catarrh or give you your money back what is your answer ArOou satisfied with your condition or do you want to rid yourself forever of vile catarrh with itshumiliating symp tomssucli as hawking spitting blowing and bad breath Hyomei is H simple antiseptic mdi snnllpocketby catarrh It is made of Australian eucalyptus mixed with other germ killing and theta bract soothing antiseptics Get a complete outlit today It only costs 31 arid contains everything neces sary to cue any ordinary case of ca tnrrh Ettra bottles if needed 50c- Hytmoi is Uia best remedy in tho worM for sore throat coughs and colds croup tad bronchitis It gives woai eir tat relief in two minutes For siTby- nil druggists andby BL Midd lfe cnlftr rreesaDlilebortlonnlIbOOkJ JfcatVs Hyomei Co Buffalo N Y MoAcu1t4thsYa rk1llilllll7 1Oaac 1Woe eiv eli soasa d- r f= TRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE Ordinance Whereas heretofore on Nov 2 1009 being tho regular election day for that year there was submitted to tho quail fied voters of tho city of Richmond Kentucky tho question whether or not aid city incuran indebtedness of twenty five thousand dollars 2500000 for tho purpose of erecting and equipping additional school buildings for the accom modation of the school children in said city of Richmond Whereas tho voto of time qualified voters on said question as certified by the County Board of Election Commis sioners stood 625 votes Yes and 11i voles No Said vote being more than the twothirds majority required by law Wherefore Bo it ordained by the Mayor and City Council of Richmond Kentucky First That the City of Richmond Kentucky incur an indebtedness in tho sum of twentyfive thousand dollars 2500000 for the purpose of erecting and equipping additional buildings for tho accommodation of tho school children ofRichmond Ki that said indebtedness be evidenced by fifty coupon bonds of tho dcnominalion of five hundred dollars 50000 each which bonds shall be duo and payable as follojrs Ten at the expiration of five ycfrs from tho date of issue two at the expiration of tho sixth year and two at tho expi ration of each succeeding year up lo and including tho tenth year three at the expiration of Iho eleventh year nnd three at thc expiration of each succeed ingycarUp tTormd hicciuding time twen tietb year romjl hsuc until aU of slld bon sjhiahl have been paid In full Said bonds shall bear interest at the niLe of five per cent per annum pay able semiannually on January the first and July tho first of each year and said bonds and interest coupons shall bo payable at tho State Hank and Trust Company of Richmond Ky or the Mechanics Metals National flankoh l B New York City Sid bonds shall be consec utively from one to fifty both inclusive and hall bo due payable and redeemed under this ordinance in the order of their serial numbers respectively A sinking fund shall bo annually created for the purpose of paying off said bonds and interest as they fall due and shall consist of tho annual amounts respectively as required by Section 3 of this ordinance to bo raised annually for paying said bonds and interest Sec 2That the proceeds of said bonds shall bo used exclusively for tho purposes set out in this ordinance Sec 3 That the money necessary to be raised annually by taxation to pay the interest on said bonds and to redeem said bonds as they fall due as heroin provided shall be as follows viz For the year 1910 225000 For the year 1911 225000 For the year 191 2 225000 For tho year 1913 225000 For tho ear lUll 225000 For tIle year 1915 200000 Forthcear 1910 195000 For the year 1917 190000 For the year 1918 185000 For the year 1919 180000 For tho year 1920 225000 Forhio year 192 217500 Fortho year 1922 210000 For the year 1923 202500 For the year 1921 105000 For the year 1925 187500 For the year 1920 180000 For tiio year 1927 J72500 For the year 1923 105000 Fortho year1929 157500 Sec f That a tax shall bo levied and collected annually on all the real nail personal in tho corporate limits of tIme City ot Ky subject to taxation sufficient to each year 19101929 both inclusive the sums set out in Sec 3 heroin arid said sums when collected shall be applied to the redemption of said bonds nd tho pay mont of tho interest thereon and for no ether purpose and the faith and creditor the City of Richmond Ky are h The Ofd StandUnder slew Management r Having purchased the interest of my former partner Mr W A Thomas deceased I take pleasure in announcing to my friends ancTcus tomers that I have completely overhauled the stock and now have everything in Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines Our line of Druggists Sundries is complete in every detail while our Prescription Department is unexcelled and in charge of Registered Pharmacists We will appreciate a call Phone 75 Main Street Until the next issue of The Climax we will 19 Pocket Knives iRazors arid Scissors at Cost We have a large assortment of EniBrpid ery Scissors arid this ia splendid chance to supply your wants and get your part 3 bfcthe profit dfc 9Bul rdW 1a t f L 1 ac 3 L See Our Samples fT Spring and Summer sTHtU I T SMade to your individual measur by the best concern in the country STERN SONS New York Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed Rice Arnold numbered property Richmond produce HenryLJerrV sell BBShacklfordCo pledged therefor Sec 5 That the Mayor and dily Clerk of tho City of Richmond are authorized and directed to sign anti exe cute said bonds with interest coupons attached in such manner as the law provides and thereby bind said City of Richmond in full contract relations See That said bonds when properly signed and executed shall bo delivered to purchaser upon the payment into tho Richmond City treasury the full purchase price of same face value and premium and full compliance by said purchaser of all Iho conditions and requirements of tho sale thereof Passed Feb 3 1910 Approved Saml Rice Mayor Attest A B Faris Clerk Work Retarded The severe weather has put a stop on work on tho intcrur an building between Xicholasvillo anti Lexington but as soon as possible tho road will be pushed with all rapidity This will give an other line to Lexington which will be of great benefit to our people gping lo that city as close connections will be made with tho L and A trains at Xich olisvillo Ruthton Several members of tho family of Chas Ageo are suffering with the grip Mrs Morris Long of Danville has JeromeOottonIroc illness Mrs Andrew Hughes is on time sick list Nelson Prewitt and family of Garrard Intro been visiting Mrs Jarpes Lear Major Cr 1se and Curtis Beckonol of Jackson were guest of C M Cruse Miss Martha King of Whitehall has been the guest of friends hero Miss Frona Williams is takinga busi ness course at the Wilbur Smith Busi ness College at Lexington Misses Hottio Moberly Mattie Roberts and Bertha Hamm are attending Normal School at Richmond Nobody Roasts the Butcher Who to Cullon 231 WEST The Life Twinkle twinkleI Price of beef Youvoscooted up Uoyond belief As high you are Or will be soon As when the cow oer the moon IIis hogship too For those who buy Is like a dia Menu hi tho sty eggsGee tell The truth tim cost Onusisz T C Notice to Creditors All persons having claims agains the estate of W A Thomas deceased are hereby notified to file the same proper ly verified with the undersigned on or April 1st 1910 or trIO same will be State Bank b Trust Co Richmond Ky of W A Thomas R E TDHLEV IN 4 r- I Buys Meat Here primetenderSteaks so appetizing that only can result from marketing here Try Us vith an Order We will deliver it anjwhere in town whether it be barge or little C C CULTONSuccessor Douglas MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 123 Higher Jumped Uudcrwocd before barred Admr 23ftf and Put to Sleep The above head line tells the tale of tho proposed county unit legiehtlioa As tins boon slated in The Climax there wore two bills introduced ooe on the Senate side and the other in the IIouso Tho ono in tho house fared pretty well but the Senate committee to which it was referred let the m4A8ure sleep with out taking any action thereon Strenu ous efforts have been marlu by the ttrys to have the bill reported but tjiort WHS nothing doing a long Mrli montary wrangle was had in the Senate oJ resulting in the final killing of the meis tire Tho drys made a hard fi htyyul died game It was foreseen early in the session that the wets had evorytlii their own way While CIte county unit bill is a good measure and is heartily endorse by The Climax yet it is great pity that it was brought in at this ses sion anti killed almost every oUter mat ter of importance Its adherents stood pat on preventing anything else to pass while the drys were equally as stubborn goodhardpease of a session that will go down in history as being of little or no benefit to anything or anybody IUZFF UZPF UZPFUZPF WHEAT FLOUR i CHEAPEST liD BEST FOOD B S60VERHHEHT TESTS rPnOY If ARTICLES ENERGY 13 GSrtTS WILL BUY Eggs 385 SB aafsltfsi IIIliO BR i mutton leg4165 M milk1030 1Pnrk loin 1035 Cheese uuns itrWheatfilce 2025 Potatoes 2950 Ieansdrjed3OO Wheat Flour GSkO = rU S Department Of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin No 1421SEnergy =Muscle and Strength Giving Qualitiess Orit pound of flour costing 2 to 3 cents wiSS go as far as two pounds of meat costing IS to 20 cents per pound THIS IS THE rtIA7sj4 ARING ATEN1 w ZAR c4LjVRICIIMOND KK Thursday High cost of living solved Get food Value for your theGovernment shows This should in duce you to eat more bread and bread is the cheapest food and when you use Zarings Patent Hunyou can easily make the grocerhasntphone us and we will send him a supply We want you to us- eZarings Patent Flour I rTi tELZ MA1X 1 IIA PU1ELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND f f CURS iBlIJOUSNESSCO I I TORPDf sick epcll tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARCS BOTTLSPRICS SOc GET TKZ GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 Horth Sccccd Street ST LOUIS MO- J gH Sold and r ooommoricJcscJ by TgJVv 8XM PERRY THOMAS Rural TelephonesM- r Farmer Make your home as modern for your family as a city residone and place yourself in a position to pet the latest market quotations atany time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which benefiBXishville ronno3ee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can immndlatelv MlssfssippfLouisianaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased KidneysAnd theRealThese poor suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entire Usuallythesponsible or largely so And in such cases the kidneys and blad der are the organs that need and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains In back grote and limbs bloating and swell- Ing ct the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless wornoutfeelIngaro toms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills have in thousands of cases remarkablybeneflcla11n female organism affording the permanentbenefit thesePllIsColumbus Ga writes that she was Ye7 ill with kidney trouble and thattheseP111sThey ara very pleasant to take anydeleteriousas syrupy alcoholic liquid prep DeWitt woman themI For Sale by All Druggists Cash StOr0 The lady who never invested never discover ed the truth We are now showing the New Things of the Superior Quality t v Gad Styles 0 Lowest Prices Suits Dresses CapesCorsets Hair Etc Fitting by Mrs James M- ooreJB1Aa1ker 138 Second Street Richmond Ky The Burton Water System Water Works For Country Homes DT oar Pneumatic Water System water is forced any wherein bonse stable or yard for all domestic pnr roses and for tire protection Cool water la summer and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank nndertround Jno freezing or bursting of pipes Entirely automatic in action Air pressure generated by hand pump windmill or engine Sold on 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medfls and two diplomas at St Louis Worlds Fair Hundreds of our individual waterworks plants are in use We hare many letters frofc these satisfied users and have published about tilty of them in book form It makes It book of strong personal opinicsa free Costs 17500 and up aceordinz to your requirements Write for tolL par ttl C A BURTON fA WATER SUPPLY CIPANYJ arations are apt to do- E v C Co Chicago mJwant every man and wh thenareder diseases to at once write and a trial box of these POItJpaId Season The latest best nut cheapest plant for storing water underpressure alwayS reliable Flue and safe Can be put in by yourself nnd operated by hand motor jrasolinc engine Iud mill and is the latest and best water supply system This system is ideal for farms country liomcs iuburban places and cnn be adapted toany place condition or position These systems are the very best If you want to fit up you place modern and have nil the Improvement9 SplendId propertyGetplace and have luiths and alt the comforts of a city home The Cost ia sli fiht the benefit is grot SdBy RicltIHndIIGt01 6 Huiibiit uf-lor = I i I B- YEEJRIGG REGISTER O IAj 5 DtNCJ tThls matter must not beTecrlntcd with out special permission THE MAN AND THE METHOD Among many interesting and Instruc tire features of the late national hor ticultural congress at Council Bluffs la perhaps none has received greater commendation and publicity than the apple exhibit of a Mr Mincer of Hamburg Ia a little town located in Fremont the southwest county of the state It seems that Mincer has for several years past had charge of a twenty acre orchard which for some neglecteding and gave the orchard In other respects The best care ho could Last year ho attended the horticultural Show at Council Bluffs and exhibited a few apples but they were not up to the standard of the western fruit However he kept his eyes open took notes and pumped the western ranch men as to Just how they produced their fine fruit He found that It was by giving intensive painstaking care to a few acres which made Improved methods possible He acted on this suggestion and devoted most of his attention last season to seven acres When he appeared at the fruit show last November he had an exhibit which was considered by both visitors and judges to be one of the very finest in the hall He had gamed size and col or while In the packing of his ex youngladypacking houses The net result of his efforts was that he was awarded a number of the most valuable prizes and trophies which were put up On the business side be not only received a high price for the choice apples left after his show stock was selected but was offered 3 a box straight for his onlypointsuc tof these national fruit exhibits in providing a stimulus for better efforts but shows what is even more impor tantthat after all Is saldfond done it is more the man and his method than it is climate and soil that are the chief determining factors in the attainment of success In the fruit bust ness This mans achievement should be a source of encouragement to fruit growers in all sections POOR CLAY TILE Not long ago there appeared an arti cle in this department warning pro spective users of dralutlle against cement tile improperly made A friend who Is engaged in the manufacture of cement tile In a letter received a short time ago admits the truth and fair ness of thS article but thinks It gives the impression that no poor clay tile are made We are glad to state that this is far from the truth It the clay body from which the tile is made con- taIns an excess of lime and magne slum or other ingredients aside from the silicon and aluminium compounds which should largely compose it they are quite likely to lack uniformity of texture will be too brittle and are apt to go to pieces when exposed to ordinary soil or air conditions And it goes wIthout saying that a collapsed clay tile Is just as worthy of condemnation and strict avoidance as a shod dy cement tile As in the case of the cement tile much will depend upon the integrity and reputation of the firm manufacturing The only point in favor of the clay tile Is that there Is not the incentive present to scrimp expense in the cost of manufacture as is the case with the manufacturer of cement tile in the use of poor sand and in the reduction of the per cent of cement below the proper amount A tile drain system Is no better than the poorest section in it hence be who has in view such a system of drainage should exercise the greatest caution that the tile used should be above detect or reproach and this holds true equally of both tho burned clay and the cement product FAMILY AND MARKET ORCHARDS For the apple orchard which is to produce fruit for family use only It toes very well to set several varieties Which will answer the several pur roses for TvhiclMbe fruit is used and will cover as long a season of con sumption as possible But It the ap pIes are to be grown for the market it is by all menus best to restrict the varieties set 10 one or two kinds which are known to be prolific and hardy and will fetch a good price ar the season when one must market them A buyer would always prefer to handle a carload of fruit of uniform quality and one variety than a con glomerate mixed up assortment even If the several varieties ripened at the same time which is rarely the case We are well aware of the fact that If left to himself many nurseryman will load his patrons up with just as many varietiesgood bad and Indiffer ent as he will take but he Ignores the conditions which make the largest success possible when he does so- datttre eouurnln1sI gn Nary a sec ties but woakl be better off with morn of both of em otiyliispects grtssmandownthings will be doing In the next few weeks In the sameway thata milk or6W habit nutbe developed in the case of nmybetion Inthe breeding of sheep IB this way the annual clip may be Increased from three to five pounds per bead More folks starve from lack of con sld ration and appreciation than ever do from the wherewithal to satisfy their physical appetites and this in spite of the fact that the things referred to cost nothing but In the bestowal rather enrich than Impoverish the giver The cultivated strawberry of the garden is a descendant of a variety in troduced into this countrytrom Chile Spme 200 years ugo and a native va riety common to the United States and southern Canada The choicest market varieties are the result of mans intervention in cross fertiliza Hon The most vital question which Is before the corn grower to settle the com ing spring Is WI Imy seed corn questionough individual car test is the only sensible course to adopt la getting at the kernel of the matter The Shasta daisy the best floral ere ation of Luther Burbank and a Cower much in evidence at the Seattle expo sition is n beautiful member of the composite family with long white strap shaped petals and a beautiful yellow heart It is very hardy a vigorous grower and prefers a rich loose well drained soil and frequent water- Ing The one thing to guard against in the culture of the plant is its tend ency to ovcrbloom Every hog raiser might reduce the cost of pork production materially It he would provide a field of rape of sufficient size for his pigs to range In during the summer months It is esti mated that an acre devoted to rope will produce a food supply In one sea son worth from 20 to25 It may be sown as soon as the ground works well and at the rate of about three pounds per acre It should be allowed to get a good start before the pigs are turned into It There seems to be a taste in apple color differing with localities or coun tries just as there Is a difference in preference for eggs white or brown in different cities The Englishman prefers a yellow apple the Newtown Pippin while across the channel In France and Germany the blood red Spltzenburg Is the favorite Such pref erences may be due to trivial and almost intangible causes yet they con stitute an important factor in the practical marketing of apples which FpropeBees are diminutive creatures but collectively they are a very consider able factor In the business and commerce of the country Late statistics show that the honey and wax indus try of the United States has Biannual value of 25OOOOOO while It is estI- mated that the capital invested In the business totals 100000000 The number of those who keep bees and produce honey for market In any quantity is placed at 275000 while the number of those who keep a hive or two to supply sweets for the family is very large These are the tangible assets of the bee business Another service bees render doubtless far In excess of the value of the honey they produce Is that of the fertilizing of may varieties of frultoblossoms vegetables certain clovers and alfalfa In spite of the statement so often made that there will be a serious over production of apples if the planting of new orchards continues at the present rate there seems to be slight ground for apprehension In view cf the statistics of apple production for the past fourteen years Tills cry of overproduction was raised as long ago as the fifties and sixties but the dire prophe cy has never materialized In spite of the rapid Increase of population there has been a marked decrease in apple production during the past fourteen years doubtless largely due to inroads of Insects and fungous pests exhaust ed soils unfavorable climatic condi tions and general carelessness and neg lect To those who have thought on the matter the following figures will be significant There may be an over production of apples some time but this doesnt look like it Year Barrels IS33 ISSi 03070000- 1ST 4U3SOIX ism 28570000 1899 66820003 Hot 2ss79oao- is B tfesooo 1903 4i62GOOQ 1m 41360000 1905 J69OO11W1903 27000000 4u4mI4us4fl4ru4t3rm4iII4M4sIt4rl4Jl + 1 l i George EnglisH l 1 1 l PLUMBING 1 1DoctOl for l I Gas and Gasclin Engines Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works homesLlIOE Phone 619 l lRICHMO D KENTUCKY l 1 z New Quarters z WP are established in our new quarters Jithe old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever tocarQJor your skins Bring its your Hides Fursnd Iron FresKiGrpceries nd Vegetables inseasbn N V Ihixrman 1F VeiJT cPA n a lie Sickmefld Climax HHUtta WHIST IT THECUMAXPRINIING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor thaler el PRESS and tIGHTS PUBtlSPEBS PFIC fiOO PER YEAR INADVANCI- CWEDNES1AY FEB 23 lOlO 1 A SLEEPY- HEADED MAN By M QUAD Copy right 1310 by Associated Lit erary Press It was a geologist aud prospector who discovered that the Widow Car sons farm forty mlles from the rec- ognIzed oil fields was the center of another basin and so reported to the Sunshine Crude Oil Producing company capital 1000000 That com panyhad gobbled up all the best wells loa largo district and was rapidly controlling production Moses Perkins was a young man of twentysix He was n farmers son and a farmer himself and be was not yet married He had left his farm for a few mouths to help drill oil wells for the Sunshine company Moses was hard working and honest Be would put in a long days work but be wasnt smart From the day be began work at S2JX a day until the day he was discharged a period of twenty days the foreman over him applied to hIm such terms as sleepy head Idiot blunderbuss born fool and so forth One day Perkins was sent for a can of nitroglycerin On his return be was seen coming along tossing It in the air and catching it when it came down This was too much Perkins was dis chargedIt a geologist who differed from all the other geologists that found a Dow dip on the Widow Carsons farm Her farm was the center of the basin It was a stony sterile old farm of ICO acres and the widow her self was almost as dilapidated as the farm She was forty years old and gaunt and homely and she had three gaunt and homely children The geol ogist stnked his reputation that there was oil beneath her land and the Sun shine company took him in on n pro viso The first thing was to get the legal privilege of sinking a well and this was to carry with it a lease in case oil was discovered There must be more or less beating about the bush to prevent the widow from taking the alarm The preliminaries were In trusted to a lawyer disguised as a peddler When Moses Perkins had got it into his head that there was a Widow Car son somawbere on earth who was of interest to the Sunshine company he figured that It could mean only one thing Then he began to inquire around and after a week be lighted onn man who could tell him Tbyi he put a shirt collar and a pair of socks into an old satchel and set out for tho forty mile walk In the even ing of the second day be arrived at the widows He found her nnd her dill dren as above described It was next door to poverty Moses had often dreamed ot the wife be was to marry retreutIedrived the same evening lIe was the disguised lawyer ofctbe Sunshine corn pany He seized on Moses Perkins for a dunderhead and went attend and talked The widow didnt catch on but Moses did A company wanted her farm for a quarry and she was ready enongh to sign any sort of paper the next day- Moses had been asked to stay over night The peddler must go further This left the roast clear for n few hours Moses had never made love to a woman but he began while yet the peddlers coattails were fluttering through the gate He told of his own farm his prospects his good health how he looked in vain for years for the woman of his dreams but had found her at last He neednt have done halt as much talking The wc ow was ready to lease her farm ami she was also ready to marry again Before midnight she was the promised bride of Moses Perkins At 10 oclock the next forenoon she was his wife and her children were calling him pop At II oclock the peddler arrived with certain documents and a witness He found the bride sitting on the bride grooms knee He intimated that the papers were all ready to sign and that be had a certain sum of money to pass over but fool Moses had some thing to say He was the husband and the man of the house now As soon as the wedding trip was over hovas going to take off his coat and vest and make those 160 acres hump and hustle The big bowlders lying nround would take a roll Iud the stony ground would blossom as thp rose Mrs Carson would have been willing to sell the old place for most anything but Mrs Perkins didnt care to even sign a lease For six weeks longer Moses was tak jilsbeadand rings tried in every way to get the b st of him but what they cursed as his stupidity helped him to hold his own Then he woke up one niorulng with his head all right He hail found oil exuding front a spring and he an flounced the fact to the world at large nl o that tbe farm whs for lease or sale The Sunshine people were not the wily ones to rush Three lenses were made anti three companies pledged them selves to pay royalties and inside of a year Moses Perkins was a millionaire nnd the Perkins family were eating square meals The Carson basin turned out to be the greatest find in the state To think that I should have taken poddleriawyerses a cheek for 550000- Oh inebbe I was was the goal natured reply nut you BK I got avr it Thats what some lunkheads sever dol Quaker Oatsi- stheworldsfood Eaten in every country eaten by j infants athletes joung and old RecQgnized as the grea sttength builer DicLosLkZ11 I A Vrtil CMnta- Tfe dwaWn Im a seaport twa9tM ao thacctts ire Justly proud of their sardew It remained for a vlsitbf from a tiny village way round the Cape to say the first slightly din paraging word of these gardens Isnt this beautiful his hostess asked AS she paused trader a rose arbor and looked back over the stately ranks of larkspur monks hood hollyhocks and many other favorites Its a handsome gnrdtn or Its kind said thelslt dispassionately but It aint quite Jpto the mark when you consider our garduis Indeed aud the lady looked at him too amazed to be angry What sort of gardens have you pleasp Well rid her Cape visitor calm Iy what WI call a rood gardlu Is one where you catfaiart bur with two big baskets and n Jioe step through the flower gardln part past the vegetables down to the tirtij r4Ig10ur clams test pick your SPf corn lay your posies on top o that aud band the whole lot over at the kitchen door Theres your shore dinner and trim mina all from one gardluV Vonths Companion The Wise Woodpecker In California the woodpecker stores acorns away although he never eats them He bores several holes differ Ing slightly In size at the fall of the year Invariably In a plue tree Then he finds an ncorn which he adjusts to one of the holes prepared for Its reception nut be does not rat the acorn for as a rule lie Is not a vegetarian Ills object lustoring away the acorns exhibits foresight and n knowl edge of results more akin to reason titan to Instinct The succeeding win tcr the acorns remain Intact but becoming saturated are predisposed to decay when they are attacked by maggots which seem to delight In this special food It fs thru that the wood pecker reaps theJiarvest his wisdom has provided nt 3t time when the ground being corefcd with snow he would experience difficulty otherwise In obtaining suitable or palatable food Cleveland Leader Not Tending to Business Acountry doctor was recently called upon to visit a patient some way from his office Driving to where the sick man lived he tied his horse to a tree In front of the house and started to walk across the ground It haP- pened that wrk was In progress on n new well of which the doctor knew nothing until be found himself sink lag Into the earth Ue fell just far enough to be unable to get out of the hole unassisted and lustily yelled for help When he was finally pulled up the hired man remarked to hint Isny doc you bad no business down there t No I dont think I had replied the doctorDont you know continued the hired man you ought leave the well alone and tare care of the sick Ijpplncotts Inherited Dreams A medical scientist claims that many dreams are really hereditarythat Is to say they come down to us from an cestors Many persons have a dream which they dream over and over again This and some others that are frequent according to the authority referred to are inherited The doctor observed for Instance that a child of six yearS after an attack of typhoid fever saw In Its slumber a figure clad in black which advanced to the foot of the bed and fixed upon him Its shining eyes It was found that the father of the child had frequently dreamed that dream although he bad never mentioned it to his child The grandfather dreamed the same dream although be had told no one about It Evidently there Is more than our philosophy can fathom lu the stuff that dreams are made of Pensions From Napoleon Paris has a dozen old soldiers who draw pensions that come to them from the great Kmperor Napoleon I These are not heroes of his epoch for the last of hose died long years ago But Napoleon by his will devised several millions of francs to his companions lu arms and this capital In default of heirs of the grand army was deposited In the public treasury Today the rev enue this fund produces Is paid out In the form of pensions of 200 francs each to old soldiers In French terrl tory and Paris hUN twelve of these benpfldarteF to whom at the first of the year iluae little peuslons are re mitted Paris Klgaro A Wise Woman Mr Snagfrle snappishly Dont be correcting that boy always Sarah Let nature tithe Its course wont you Mrs Snag hiying aside tbe shin glct1ll do nothing of the sort Mr Snaggle I dont Intend that any wo man shall mire sucb a husband as Pro rot If 1 can prevent it A Paradoxical Reply Doctor dll you think eyeglasses will titer my appearairceV Inquired Mrs Uutison anxiously I shall at least expect them to 1m provp your looks replied the physi cian Llppincotts The Buys Bit You seem to have got your boys terested lu mythology very ulcely Yes I explained to them that Her cubs held a championship Washing ton Herald Sure Test hCThey lipIdIi mirror over her face lo see If she was alive dont understand that He Why you see If she was alive shed open her eyes lncl ook lnit Home ure For Eczema IJtes it not secmstransa that so many people suffer year in and year out with eczema A 25ccnt bottle of asimplo wash stops tim itch and will surely convince any patient This wash is compose i Of mild and soothing oil of wintorgrean mixed with thymol an1 glycerine eta and known as n D Prescriptio i Wo do net know how Ion1 the D D DLabora tories will continue the 25s order as the remedy is regularly sold only in 81 bittlos and has never been put on tho market on any special offers If you want relief tonht try a bottle at Sao on our persor al rocammendationi Sold ly Stockton Son Uichmond Ky Eggs For Sale From pure broil Essex Strain Barred Plymouth tocks and single comb Brown Leghorn fl poc setting of 15 eggs 0 eggs for82 AIso breeder Bourbon Rtd Turkeys ttrs WallaceGilbert fOUai R DXo S Uichmond Ky Nbtici to Creditors All pcroltariri claims against the estate of WEB Hmm deceased will present same Jo undersigned on orb fore March 23 1910 verified as required byla wf or sa are will be barred These Indebted to the detatq are requested to all andsettle 4t Wir CHESKMOHS Adwr jor pg lma dsl bH- IW yyi Wwal Oie lti liiftli J4IiilrrPtIt I sw- uh1Vtjti Atk ftt the Newest and Latest Xovel Young Men plain and fancy effects the IFurnishing kind others patternsromegavi great eystein tonic and builder flrn ltd Itch Itch Scratch Scratch Scratch The more von scratch the worse time Itch Try Doaits Ointment it euros piles eczema any skin itching All druggists sell it Mra Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance C will loan money at 5 per cent Interest on good improved faim linds on Mortgage Apply to J C Chonault Attv G9f Richmond Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more ont Stockton son 24nly Five FiveAcre Farms Five good fiveacre farms for sale at a 500 each Less than three miles from Richmond Fertile and if put in tobacco will pay for themselves in one year Front on pile Offer good only until Feb 20 J C Chenault Richmond Ky Embroidery With tho approach of Spring and Easter the feminine mind naturally turns to dainty beautiful lingerie Nothing is so charming and suitable as hand embroidery Miss Eva Roberts has a full line of new patterns and is prepared to do stamping at reasonable prices She carries a full line of embroider mater ials and will be glad to have her friends and patrons call when in need of any1 stamping flosses or other materials Miss Roberts carries only tho newest designs Give her a call Residenco First street in tho rear of Whito Wines Drug Store tf Baby Hands will get into mischief oiten it means t burn or cut or scald Applv Hal iird St ow Liniment just itt sa n its he accident happens and the pliin will be relieved while the wound will heal quickly and nicely A sure for sprair 8 Rheumatism and all cureIPrice 25c 6QcSl00 a bottle Sold Perry Thomas Our clothes cost no more than the ordinary Come let us show you No obli gation to buyour pleasure to how Conic today Come now A cheerful creetine awaits you at now now now now 1250 now 750 Character in- CLOTHESIswhat rectcr tc If f- lAre Satisfied youbelieveis tho npint of the ago this is nowhere more noticeable than in our Clothes STYLISH BECOMING CLOTTIKS are nil entree to the good opinion of others no i matter if on business or social mission If you aim to climb the ladder of tame as a Merchant or a Doctor a lawyer or n Dank erStylish ChnracterMnkin Clothes benrinc the stamp of individually will enhance YOUr dalue Increase your ubiJIt and place you in the front ran k of fortune a favorites try ittry one of the New Models and we will stake our reputation n lifes monument of earnest endeavor thnt the result wilt be so that 01 will forever after consider ita paramount duty to yourself to await and seek the first ad vent the seasons Models as produced by the celebrated Master Tailors and Designers SCIILOSS BROSo CO of Baltimore and New York On Sale Here Only hyScbossand set the fashion in advance of the day they give tile vearer the MI preme charm and corlidecce of being uncommonly We have a splendid showing of all the new styles There are Business Suits Day and Evening Drrs Suits and Overcoats find Raincoats hand tailored garments that are made in the finestpossible way You must collie in and try on one of theae garments anti you will then relize the dIP ference between these and the ordinary clothes of the shops Ties the new kind that give expression and tone Shoes the noblrest patterns the best styles the best makes Try our Shoes b W D OLDHAM CO ORICHMOND KENTUCKY d V RPpelitelanddi A heat Success Our Clearance Sale has been the most suc cessful and satiifaetery wa have ever held SIn fact we are so well pleased that we hue decided To Let Goods Go at Sacrifice Prices for a while longer You know the highclass I goods we handle you know we offer only genuine bargains so come quickly and sup ply yourself while you can get advantage of our special sale prices N V WilliE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc Uea Mirischw4Formerly with T B v Merchant Tailor Appartments overJ E Sexl 1Phone J73 All Kinds ot J Pressing leaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed I Your Patronage Solicited CUT PRICE SaJeWa have moved to our neW quarteas and find we n pd all the room we can get for ou Spring Stock which is already beginning to come in We are now offering our entire stock Winter Suits and Overcoats at 14 Off This is a deep cut for nice new stock all fresh and bright colorsnoold ones to offer you no out of style goods but new in style and colors but low in price MenV Suits and Overcoats S2500 SI8752- 0QO f 1500 1800 1350 1500 1125 now 925 1000 IcndsCha You strength welldressed Stouffer Bys Suits 1000 tew 750 OOj60G600n 450 500 now 375 t400 now 300 300 now 225 Winter Pants Underwear Hats Caps Heavy Shes are greatly reduced in price We mean to sell them outwe need both room anti cash ard wHl give you morefor your ch than any clothier HASHROOM OASP ROOM This is the feature of this great sale Special Notice to Ladies- We wish L to call your attention to the fact that we have just received a line of the celebr t ed SilKid Shoes rwomenantiare iovraady to supply yOur Van s in fwear AlIofY- P1J who have woW the SilKid know what they are for ISty e comfort ld durability TI y have no equal We1 especially inVite every woman to our store to examine Sitbid Slides anp try a pair all we ask Prices from 2 to 4 The RoyalnOME OF GOOD QLO- TBE5JTANIFER 11Y h t 1 r 4 S PROPr1 c1 i I 4 R1Q1BlQNi jj4 r os v 3243g Simple Elegance in womans attireso much to be desiredis easily attainable through the use o- fMcCALL V i PATTERNS0 The directions for their use ire easily understood everything being made so plain that evejn those with limited dressmalKng experience succeed in turning out garments that look just like the picture To be a well dressed is a worthy ambition C McCall Patterns help you achieve it Eomens Umbrellas I0c Taped edge gloria choice of mission or fancy bahdlcs98cGO 125 vhlues special Oc Skirts 90bcrc A very attractive model cut over special pattern fancy pjaltcd 2eect trimmed witluoJrcoored buttons made of 3 50e black Punamn regular sizes 0Ig Fine Nottingham Lace Curtains 00 g oe Q8cAeo s Fine Bed Comforts full size coveredwith 09 figured Silkoline both sides filled with C pure white cotton Price 198 00e 00 0 i E NeckwearJo v Hundreds of beautiful and dainty Stocks eo g Jabots Lace Collars Bows etc all the 00I g E latest styles specially priced at 1 Oc 0055 Respectfully Submitted to the Leo 4Q Street Richmond Kentucky G ocec SS5CO Oo eeee8 a L Dont get the idea into youi mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices olways one that leads is better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building Material Come in aud letus convince you that oursis mat yardyour perplexities will end and your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BL AN rON COMPANY- Telephone 425 Near L V Dep New I have just opened a large and handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Paper in tho on Third street and cprdiall invite an in spoctionof same Wo are prepared to do FIRST CLA5S PAPER on shortest notice and tho best manner Wile appreciate call Itemombftr this papor is stock and can bodono promptlyr Wo Lo LEEDS House Painting Decorating Etc Attractive Printing Draws TradeL Let Us Do Yours We CPlease I Women Suffer much needless pain when they using Cardui for their female troubles Cardui has been found to relieve headache backache pain in the side and diz ziness arising from deranged organs It does more Y tfiSin relieve if used persistently many have writ 41 ten to say that it cured them TAKEARD LI I J37Itlira Maxwell Johnson Tampa FIR writes Cardui cured the after doctors and everything else had failed I had leen suffer ing with numb spells eyer since I was 16 years old One day I saytmta long and fair trial Mrs Johnson suffered years Have you Do you hio1But Tvhysuffer at aliP Take CarduL Give it fair trial AT ALL DRUG 8TOB1S f ii sISR ii OUR WARRANT v u To every purchaser buying a solid box nf our WUNDEU iHOSE either Mens Womens or Childrens goods we warrant thesegoods fo wear four months from date purchase without 1 llaving to be mended the foot or wo will replace them free of charge JTo exchanges are made by dealers Mall your imper feet goods to the Chattanooga Knitting MillsfWo Ifavo several Jiundrcd pairs of Sample 5hoes pairwliiohwoare5closing Heal madoSheets 50 and 75c 11I Jtoady midi Pillow Oases u 15c each Jteady made Pillows i59 and 75c Blanlcets 1 goo and upeSS0 This is the season of Spring Sewing and wo are ready to supply your wantsin 5eC White Goods Linens Ginghams all J other Wash Fabrics that tho thrifty housewife demands at very special prices Ji Mens Overcoats998 SFormer selling price 1500 Radcliffs Shoes for Ladies SSSIS Tobacco Canvas in 5 Different Grades 214212231 SandS 12 cents i Underwear SISSS Mdns Fleeced Underwear good quality shirts and drawers 50c kind Special price 39c garment ac5 SSI- O r e SS CashTrade co S sE V E DER J o S Main aO 5 5 S 5 5 5 5 5 Q OC6a0 4 Theres yard l New New Schlcgel building HANGING in a in delay 1 a a 0 in of in and If Women Only Kn w What a Heap of Happiness It Would Bring to Rich mond Homes Hani lo do liousework with an ncji itIi back Brings you hours of misery at leisure oratwork If women only knew the cause that Backache pains comes from kid neYRiTvrmild save much needless woe Doans Kidney PilU cure sick kid neys Many residents of this vicinity en dorse them Mrs Nelson Richmond Ave Mt Sterling Ky says I can certainly give Doans Kidney Pills my highest endorsement They have proven of crpat benefit to mo and 1 believe that if I had used them I would be in poor health today I was nearly driven wild on account of a constant ache in mv back I fslt tired snrt worn out and the least tiling worried me I aloimftered irotn nervon o headache Since using Doana Kidney Pills I tee like a different woman I tako liis remeclv whenever I feel a alight return of the troubre and it never fails to Rive me prompt relief For sale bv all dealers Price 50 rots FosterMilbuni Co Buffalo New YrV sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and tako no other jlni Wo call for and deliver laundry work promptly Satisfaction guaranteed Normal City Laundry at Kidney disease is a dangerous ailment You should never delay a moment to tak Eome good icliable dependable remedy In puch cases we recommend DeWitts Kidnev and Bladder Pills Theso wonderful pills are beine used hv thousands of people daily with fin results lliev are for weak kiilnov wepkback backache inflammation of the badder and nil urinary disorders od by All Druggists Mm Hemp Growers lOW crop of river bottom and upland cultivated hemp seed latest impartation Samplo and price on application Both phones Yours truly J W Gwss SON j2015t Camp Kelson Ky Hoarse Coughs Stuffy Colds pain in chest and sore lungs are symp toms that quicKly develop into a dang erous illness if the cold is not cured Foleys Honey and Tar stops the cough heals and eases the congested parts and bringS quick relief Is mildly laxative sale and certain in results Ask for FolejsHoney and Tar andre fuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son fIrs We ere hero to cater to the traue oi the town and country Citizens give- S a trial JR SANDERS 4 Co 128 tf Phono 57 Ilight now is the most dangerous times for fires Pjotectyourself against loss by having Breck Smith place you in reliable company j122m Hamlet had melancholy probably caused by sir inactive liver A bad liver makes one cross and irritable causes meatal and physical depression and may re suit disastrously Ballards Uerbht k acknowledge to yosreblueday A positive cure for billfoas head ache Constipation Chills and Fever PerryThitflas For Sale Privately two store houses OM Ccop ed byTaylW A OidhHaMwre tile other kRwm twHifl Racket tore both Oil J1IiI fit S K OftH kirf- tr 1111 u J When Beau Nash and Wesley Met flan Nisi though but an hidlffer ent cburcbgner not only went to hear WbltcGeld preach but attended a serv ice at Bath hrld by Jofin Wesley The Incident Is related in Soutncy Lire of Wesley While he was preaching this remarkable personage entered the room came close to the preacher jind de manded of hi in by what authority br was acting Wesley made answer By that of Jesus Christ conveyed to me by the present archbishop of Cnn terbury when he laid liEs hands upon me and said Take thou authority to preach the gospel Nash then af firmed that he was acting confrary the laws Resides said he your preaching frightens people out of their wits Sir replied Wesley did you ever hear me preach Xoald the master of ceremonies now then can you Judge of what you never beard Nash made answer By common report Sir said Wesley Is not your name Nash I dare not judge of you by common report I think It not enough to Judge by To Save You TimeIHave yon ever reading you waste a certain amount of time in turning from the end of one line to the beginning of tho next Long ago when the wbrld was not so busy as now columns were of a much greater width Since then they have been narrowed more and more Of course In an hours reading little time Is lost but In a lifetime It is likely to be considerable Realizing this some one has suggested that type should be arranged as follows You read to tho end of the line drop the eyes and read backward What a luxury tuohtlw daer ot the Inevitable ta kcab repmacs the end of each 8tt woh eeS enll done The argument Is that practice wlli make perfect VIve minutes practict Is usually found more than sufUclcni for most people Pearsons The Power of Napoleon The desperate struggle to do something worth while Is the very thing which draws out our reserve forces and develops latent power says Orison Swett Harden In Success Maga zine Without this struggle many people would never have discovered their real selves Napoleon was never so resourceful newer so level bended nev er had that vigorous mental grasp was never able to make such powerful combinations as when he was driven to desperation It was when all bridges wen burned behind him and there was no possibility of retreat that the possible Napoleon cauie to the res cue Napoleon said of his great general Messena that he newer showed his mettle until he saw the wounded and dead falling all nrqund him In bat tie Then the lion In him was aroused and he fought like a demon Enlightenment Father remarked Johnny after deep thought suppose I should knock this Jug off the table and catch It then I wouldnt catch it would IT Nno I suppose not his father slowly said But continued Johnny still toying with the Jug lf I should knock It ort and not catch It then I would catch It wouldnt j7 Yea yoa would his father grimly returned thte time with quick Oci More people sire takiag Foley Kid aey Remedy every year It iseeakie- red the moot effective renu drJefall kidiwy aad bladder troubles the ssfd ieal BcieaeeeMi device Ck1e r dta eaees cause mote ieItHeH aad wffef big and are oH fatal tlwn say etfcw cftooitBoo Feleys Kidsey RonwJywIlI0- UP aav CMS of WdMjT or bla4lrt- Ob4a IbM l4ot MyeaQ the reuaeke1- j 1b gu1- o4W1lk kJ tsti 1 I r a L iF = = = CLEARANCE SALE BeginingMonday January 24 and Ending February 24 I J All articles on which wefeel ourselves overstocked will be marked down to prices that S 8 day Iron Clocks worth 1000 Sale Price 600 8 day Wood Clocks worth 4 and 5 Sale Price 3 and 4 Brass Jardiners and Brass Gem Dishes worth 25000 nrt Sale Price125 to C5 Everything will be reducedin proportion Splendid oppor tunity to get goods of quality at bargain prices L E LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street An InterpositionB- y SARAH C RIKER Coprrlctit 1510 by American Press Association There arc people who sneer at the efforts of societies for psychical research 1 dont There are persons who are always having either dreams that contain rev elations or see apparitions or are con Ious of something about to happen that does happen I have no confidence in these people If I believed In them it would arguo that In their makeup there is something especially amenable to some bidden law Out my own experience disprove this I have had a jnarilfestatlon know of no better name for Itot more consequence than niiyof these of which J have heard yet I have had but one In all my life And this experience of mine having come but once to me in addition to indicating that my being is not un usually susrpptlble to such Influences points to the fact that others eIther living or dead do Interfere at times In the current of our lives But It Is not ray Intention to deliver a lecture I propose to tell a story am a bachelor I live at a club associ ate almost entirely with men and have no thought of marriage and I may state here that I never expect to be married do expect however In another existence to be psychically unit ed with one who will be to me my other self- I was traveling and had been travel lug for several days with but few and rather short stops The season was summer the time of day evening My conveyance was a railroad train I was sitting by an open window look Ing out upon the fields flying by to the music of the car wheels dropping from the end of one rail and Jumping on to another A favorite occupation of mine on a train has always been to Imagine some one swimming along beside the train through the fields of grain that often line the track On this occasion we were passing numerous such fields and my Image of fancy was swimming along lustily But as the twilight faded and objects were lost to view lulled by the rattle of the train dropped asleep When I awakened a train was be- sIde the one I was on moving in the same direction and going at the sam rate of speed Indeed so exactly alike was the velocity of the two trains that I could see no gain or loss whatever to the train beside me The window sashes of both trains were raised and I could see the ficople of the other train some reading some lounging some talking together But my attention was fixed on a ady who sat at the window opposite me Her sash was up as well as mine so that there was no obstacle either transparent or opaque between us The distance between her and me suppose was about three feet She was looking at me with an expression on her face especially in her eyes that I never saw In any one before and have never seen since but I cant describe it While I looted she spoke to me Leave the train at the next station and follow me she said She put out her baud but before I could grasp it tho two trains separat ed and in another moment the one in which the lady sat seemed to enter a ttfnnel while mine went on In the open So vividly Impressed wul that when a few minutes later Te slowed up l took my grip and when the train stopped at a station i stepped out After a moments delay it went on and left me standing on the platform bin very singular mental condition wilt another train be along soon I asked of a station man From the west No from the east Xo train from the cast for four hours I was puzzled I had been coming eastward Is this track double beyond tile sta lion I asked presently No double track on this line What Single track from here both ways all the way to the terminals An uncanny feeling came over me I had BCen a train on a track beside me talked with a woman on that train and bad obeyed her instructions As soon nSr coild recover myself walk ed In a half dazed condition into the station anti sat down I remember nothing but a clicking ora telegraph Instrument How long I sat there dont know but when came to my usual consciousness it was at hearing the telegraph operator cry out to a man outside Great heavens No 23 has been wrecked on the bridge aGbve Bridge let the whole train down with a terri ble loss of lifer Here was more to intensify that feel lug of awe that had taken possession of me A phantom woman bu a phantom train bad warned me of a real railroad accident In which 1 should probably have been killed From that day to this I have treas ured an Image In my heart the vjoraan real spiritual or creation of tny own brain I have a theory of who she la w was When I was a child I played with s little girl who died Did I dls era anything In the features of the woman to remind me of the clllh1No A grows woman bears little resfm blaqce to a child But would t5 spfr Jtnal child grow after d ath tot bod llyyet appearing to sue I aalxbt ex pect that she would HOW herself as she vroaia have been had sbe lived RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations- No man should spend a minute as ho pleases unless he pleases to do right Itcv J D Buckelew Methodist Des Moines la Need of Faith Without faith man cannot be what he oughUtp be In this world much less the one that Is tocoweRev W Ellanltt Presbyterian Danville Ky Worlds Most Real Thing Religion is the most sacred tile most real thing In the world Man has no right to change his religion for world ly motives RerII Dawson Episcopalian Canton A Virtue Fidelity Is a virtue nota grace It Is phase of conduct not of feeling Our love must culminate In fidelity else It is a delusion Rev H J Vos burg Baptist Oakland CaL Credit For Charity When we arc called on Judgment day God will certainly give us credit for whatever acts of charity we have done oD this earth Rev J T Madden Roman Catholic Springfield Mass Our Outylri Gods Kingdom Our business in the kingdom to to see that the ground In Gods vineyard Is most carefully tilled and that we do all In our power to win men to God Rev Bowley Green Baptist Olney vllle R L Lifes Watchwords Lifes great watchwords are love duty service and the humblest have opportunities for these and with these is the character attained that God ap proves Her M A Breed Congregationalist Monticello In Prayer Real prayer is more than prayer It concretes Itself in bands and feet It finds muscle and energy to lift Prayer becomes service and service becomes sacrlticefl v Howard H Scott Methodist Cleveland O A Cause of Failures Many men have been failures because they had not the conviction of their strength Often when a person sets to do a thing a word of encouragement will help him much but there must be the conviction of strength Rev p R Green Baptist Duluth Mlnnl Means of Grace Any calamity that comes upon you as the death of loved ones or afflictions on yourself that causes you to pray Is a means of grace Trouble that comes upon a man can be borne gracefully and all obstacles that the devil may put in his way can be overcome only by this grace Grace is not promised to overcome afflictions but to help us to bear them with Christian fortitude and courage Rev n M Dixon Episcopalian Augusta Ga c Confidence Jn Religion The religion of a young man Is tri umphantly confident It Is conscious of power There is no mock modesty about the religion of a young man It Is the right of youth to be conscious of latent energy and sure of victory Voutli makes the venture of faith and speculates on the spiritual and If there Is failure sometimes more often there is a surprising success for faith Is the victory that overcomes In all branches of life Rev Dr Hugh T Kerr Presbyterian Chicago Faiths Value to Character Faith Is a necessity In all Intelligent activity Doubt means failure and denial meant paralysis No man win sow broadcast who does not believe In the harvest to come Business lags when confidence is wanting Religion halts when God seems far away it Is a law beyond all question that without faith there van be no progress Moreover faith Is necessary to a fully de veloped character Unbelief is not a mark of greatness Transient doubt may mark ones progress toward ulti mate knowledge and faith but lack of faith bctokens a small and unpro- gressive Shut Better believe an error than believe nothing for time believing mind will finally work Its way out of doubt Into truth The great souls of all time have been men ot faith Rev Dr Charles W McCormick Methodist Episcopal Brooklyn True Religious Worship It is eminently fitting that ur worship of Almighty God should bo car ned on under conditions as rich and splendid as we can well afford to make them Man has always felt that the most magnificent building should not be his bank nor his theater nor his parliament house but his cathedral Therefore the architecture of our greatest churches Is frozen music the windows ore nil glorious with sa cred pictures by the greatest artists the mellow orgrn under the touch of a master gives support and enrichment to the human voice divine In music which gives one visions of the celestial city the sermon is a sacred ora tion touching all the chords of rever ence Jind devotion in the human heart This is as lt should be if man Is to lay his beft on the altar of God There Is danger however that men may mistake this kind of religious service for the real service which Jesus defines us ralnlstcrlijg to the un tortunntennc1needy Worship which Is an aesthetic treat a sweet emotion In which the senses are lulled and charmed and which finds no expres- sIon In benevolent action is selfishness disguised as religion The flab by indolent type of plety which loves relIglonniljn common with the Man oC Sorrows who bad not where1 t6 lay his head We may be well assured that God la better pleased with deeds of klndnes arfd humanly than with stately rituals which are meant to be complimentary to blmRe William B Mlllard ton regatlonallst Chicago I WHEN YOU WANT PRINTINGCONSULT THE r tf ECtl ritllTt a RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Bern Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations We must become more human If we would become better and more civi lized Dr EmU G HIrsch Hebrew Chicago Men of Power A fiery furnace or a lions den make little Impression upon a man of lap lei1lte character Fraying wen ore men otpowerRcV Dr John T Stone Presbyterian Chicago Developer of Character tcllglor with education brings out the young man In all his character shows the formation and basis of his character and Ideas Kev 1 F OHare Rpraan Catholic Brooklyn True Greatness The really great man Is be who In spite of his relation to carnality and sin leaps beyond or mounts the skies and rises above all fogginess and little ness Uer T A Moffat Congregationalist Newark N J Preparation For the Future The best preparation for a good life tomorrow Is living well today The best preparation for another life is the boat use of the life that now Is Use and not abuso the world Rev A B Beresford Untvcrsalist Baltimore Look Out For Your Character The man who Is narrow and sordid in his youth will be narrow and sordid alt his life Young men should know that the greatest asset they can have In this life Is character Rev W C Robinson Presbyterian Philadelphia Crises and Ideals Life has ninny crises Every Ideal met Is a crisis every duty every vi aba of better things Ideals come upon os in movements Their realiza tion may take a lifetime Rev Wil liam Porkell Pcoples Church Aurora v Functions of the Spirit To thidk to love and to will are functions of the spirit The object of thought Is truth the object of love is goodness the object of the WIll is to keep the personal powers In order Rev J F Goucher Methodist Balti more Test of Ones Religion A Christian win be busy being neIgh- bor to some one who Is In need The most evident test of a mans religion will be found In his attempts to do somethIng for some other Rev WII liam n Day Con egntlouallst Los Angeles Cal Reward For Small Acts Tile slightest and most Insignificant action performed In a state of grace and done from the love of God with a pure intention is worthy of merit which will one day be transformed Into glory Rev J S M Lynch Ro man CaflJollc Utica N Y The Price of Progress If In any relation In life progress Is to be made we must pay the price and the testimony of the ages Is that no price Is too great which buys for US freedom of manhood and womanhood whlchTircaks the shackles of intellec tual aud moral slavery Rev Dr Wal ter Calley Baptist Jamaica Plains Mass Our Share In Gods Out of Doors It U a beautiful garden into which God has Introduced us The fresh air and the sunshine the quiet and refreshing resting places the flowers and the birds the Xvavlng corn and the silver moonlight the rlpplln rivers and the mountain stillnhssesit- Is Gods out of doors and ours It is ours but In It God has a share We are to dress and keep It for him When Gods sunlight find fresh air are denied the children in tenement or sweatshop office or factory when the crystal streams of cities and towns are made channels of tilth and foun talon of impurity breeding places for disease when children are asked to play on cobblestones orin blind al leys instead of In fields of living green when schools have their playgrounds In cellars when disgraceful billboards scar the face of nature and vice Is segregated upon the streets of a great Christian city we are false to our trust Rev Dr Hugh T Kerr Pres- byterIan Chicago The Immortal Hope Crowning all other gifts is mans Instinctive hope of immortality Man Is the only animal who ever lifts a gravestone and publishes his convic tions that the soul lives forever Tbe vastness of this physical universe with uutl1lnkIThere must be other realms where men live and love and lnventandslng pray and aspire But the truth and the beautiful and the good are the same In all worlds All souls when they meet will be brothers Mans love of life the overequipment for his little arena of threescore years his revolt from death his uncompleted sciences and urts and tools his half wrought laws his Imperfect liberties all ask another life Death finds every work er with hIs task half done Something whispers to death approaching Too short The time Is too shortr flea son building cities Is n tall angel but Imagination hath wings and forehead that brush against the sky Looking 3own on Reason Faith and Love whisper encouragement and point toward the stars What weight of char actor and beauty shall be wrought in the soul when time and those that fl well beyond have completed their ministry doth not yet appear What we do know encourages the hope that all that Is the seed hero shall be tb sheaf there that the portico shall give way Mo the temple The star fades because the sun rises In full splen dor The rooming shall pass because high noon bath come Rev Dr New II Dwight Hlllis Congregationalist Brooklyn Good Coal Sayes Mqney We handle the very best grades including t h e celebrated Rich Mountain JELLICOCOAL and prices are just as low can be found anywhere Weappreciate your order and guarantee full weightI and satisfaction A trial order will convince you that our coal is a little better than you have been getting elswherjB 4 r Srh Thffrpe 0E y PhoDciJU ila II I Ss I iGoodThingstoEat I That all we carry TVIiether UV o I J y Staple like Eujar or a fancy table dell qty like imported cheese in a quality absolute Etery product that dept1dabeImust rigid lUch article la chosen from many I I brands offered because it has proved lissupetlormerit EacJl brand competes for preference and nOlle gains a place on our shelves itIt fan to measure up to our high I tandard of quality V One of Jlie recent successful eats for representation in our contestI IIICOFFEEI a smooth and dainty blend ofsetectedllghland grown beansthe I j The Elects process of slowcooking and drycuring preserves the genuine coffee II flavor and improves I 4 I InuslngEteetaCotreyonaresureof the finest a that I itself would make Elocta worth more than othercoffees I Compare it with any you ever drankIbefore Jike the rousing I and the glorious ar- omaTate I and Son i I Telephone 35 I I I S s p pt p ai Special Attention is called to the Wm J OliverI IMPROVED CHILLED PLOW unquestionably the best onthe market d We Also Handle1 the N Vulcan Plow find All Vulcan Repairs Taylor Oldbam Dealers in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street Take a Check Book When Shopping and pay foryour purchases that wa anti you will bo treated with increase respect besides knowing whore you money Tins gone to This Bank opens accounts with ladies anti issues asrnsciii checkbook for thoirusie Stop m 1 learn about a bank accounts many Id1 vantagesto State Bank Richmond and Trust Company I We are Receiving Lot of e e Fruit The best Canned the choi It cest brands ot We J make it a point quality t with quantity and KentuckyThe at the low est of market prices line of J c Queensware SEWELL Wooden Willow Ware f C S C uty Inside Our Rings is that of quality You cannot see it as you do the outward charm but youll admire it more and moro as tlmo tests presence This gooiLciualily provuik in all our rings whether you olio s One for some dimpled baby finger tho Imml of your betrothed or the plain gold band that seals her to you F J YEAGER31AIN STREET UICHMOXD KBNTOCITi Representative of the National Cooperative Realty Company JA1 HIGGIN8 25- r8 L Main Street Richmond Ky- I have opened my Real Estate office and will be glad to receive your list of For Salt or Rent Property City Pro perty or Farm Lands nave arranged to have property well advertised in home papers and National Bulletin RENTS COLLECTED Now Meat Muriel Having purchased of Mr Thos Samuels his meat market on Main street I will continue the business at the old stand verybestest you HARVEY DOUGLAS Fresh and CuredMeats v Satfeage Fh Etc V 1 i JutMl eet L i t1QOi17tc a Compare Our Metallic Beds with the old style wooden affairs and youll discarding Useful and pck out one of any design sizeand price you please We can suit you in all BENNETTand HIGGINSU- NDERTAKING I W ashingtonts Birthday Our great nation again most fit tingly and reverently celebrates Emulate The Father of Our Country who DID things at tho tim required who ACTED not homed Order Your Coal Now Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have trIO exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is n little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblyIps3 Full Weight or Coal Forfeited hnwIt Lime Cement EtC If yon are going to sell out n dlut your goods to bring Li they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky to coa luct your sale His ciiarges are reasonable The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 lyr Tobacco canvas from 2 12 cts up at MGtf Dobrowskys If you shave yourself you can get a rjr at cost at Shackelford Cos dur Iii the next woe- kfeachers Examination Eliminations for white teachers de s ing to teach in the City Schools wilt L held Friday and Saturday February and 20th at Caldwell High School A1dingIFine Eggs For Sale i have a lot of fullblooded single c nb brown leghorn eggs for sale at SI r setting of 15 eggs or 150 for two fitings MRS Jons RICE f23tf ita3 Richmond Hair Hair Hair I am paying hightest cash pricosfor combings and clipped hair Braids puffs curls chignons made to order Hair dressing and dying shillfully dono Fall in hair baldness and scalp diseases it specially Ladies attended in thou homes Mrs J C George Pone 430 ft THIS WEEK FIRST HALF Carson Devereuax The Man and the Maid Dancing Leo Some Dancer SECOND HALF Newton and Orren JUGGLING COMEDIANS Grace Burton SERPENTINE DANtE SINGING ATNDbANCNG New Pictures Every Nigh- tAdmission 1 Qcts TWO SHOWS First at 730 Second 830 Earley March are now selling Hats at CostviL J Around Town I Ah Ohio woman claims to have col durIngIf you send yourv laundry to the Nor mal City Laundry you have chance to get an elegant Piano free of cost The solicitors aro meeting with great thebasoyour money take an ad The opera house could not hold near all the people who wanted to hear Col JJain Sunday night It is estimated that three hundred were turned away The base ball officials say they are well pleased with the outlook for a good team They are not yet prepared to give out names but have some star players popularitydone this bad weather By the way D B Sbackelford Co are selling at cost a splendid assortment of embroidery scissors Will O Dunlap a wellknown young citizen of Lancaster dropped dead from heart disease in that city Thursday morning He was with the famous Sixth U a Cavalry in the Spanish war and was a fine young follow Yesterday being Washingtons birthday the banks and post office were SchoolIbration of tho birth of tho Pa of His Country The second Quarterly Conference of the Methodist church will be held at the parsonage Friday afternoon at 4 oclock All the official members of tho church are requested to be present Rev J J Dickey of Stanford will preach Sunday in the place of Rev D W Robertson presiding elder Com munion services Sunday morning James R Keonos horses havo won a total of 1390000 on tho American turf in the last seven years according to figures given out 6 y tho Jockey Club Second place for tho time specified goes to H P Whitney with a total of 185 000 Other high figures a rei Barney Schreber 451000 Sydney Paget 8424 000 August Belmont 400T500 J E Madden 392000 A Big Loss The Frankfort News says over seven hundred lambs were lost in that county by the cold snap and recent heavy snows Price of Hemp It is said the price of hemp will be fixed by the growers of central Kentucky- at the minimum price of six dollars straight or 672 per long ton Tho crop is a small on- eEstray Jog A black boar hog weighing about 150 pounds isappeared from my placo on Summitt about two weeks ago Reward will be paid for return ft John Adams Cous Still Housed We regret to note that exsheriff Pleas Rroaddus is still housed by illness He is greatly missed about tho court house and upon the streets Thy Climax is glad however that Cous is on the mend and will be out soon Advocate is Grouchy Stanford Journal The Danville Ad vocate having done up Senator R Lv Hubble to its own satisfaction w turns Jts guns on HonV J A Sullivan of Richmond Who wilt be the next le- sufferat the hands of Editors Doneghy Mclntyre andRichardson Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat buUtar cattle and large and small veal calvt Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hop Till phone 481 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky j12tf Passes Senate iIt is gratifying to know that the State Senate has passed the bill for Benefit of Kentucky State Normal tho Eastern School in this city There was some opposition to the bill but after learning IUPUTPMO this objection disappeared and It passed almost unanimously There is Jittle probability oL trouble in tko House Very Significant Most people knew that Lexington has rather an unsavory rejwUtion abroad but we hardly thought it was as bad as that given by a family from the moun tAls whorccetlyaecitktd move to that city 3V aigkt e tevia tfealT mountain horn a mmbi of the kM t YM lip be swi Ws yAaI=0 u TT-w w4 r Choice of Au OurI 18 20 Suits Over oats and RaincoatsI IWe believe this to be the best proposition ever offered the cloth couxtyThese Kenton make and are correct in- every detailfit and stylet to gether with high quality of materialand workmanship Buys choice of oil Suits and Raincoats up to 1700 values n a 3 754 VV S STORE FOR w7- VVVE 5 Col Bains Lecture A big crowd went to tho Opera House Sunday night to hear Col Bain the noted temperance lecturer Ho was given the closest attention and made one of the best talks ever heard in this city upon the question Cot Bain has a National reputation as a temperance orator and deserves tho high position ho holds as a convincing speaker His talk was greatly enjoyed and he gave the followers of tho cause rafUch en couragement New Grocery Tho new wholesale grocery company has been organized with tho following members W L Arnold J W Hamil ton and BH Luxon The style of the firm is Arnold Hamilton Luxon and they hope to begin business between March 1 and 10th They will Intro headquarters in tho room on Main street formerly occupied by Douglas Simmons The firm is composed of progressive business men and success is assured Means Much to A special from Frankfort says cars will be running from Frankfort to Ver sailles over tho Kentucky Highlands railroad this fall Tho Louisville and Nashville railroad which owns the Ken tucky Highlands has advertised forbids for tho construction of nine miles and a half of road extending from the present terminal of tho Kentucky Highlands to Versailles Work on the now line is to begin ten days or less after the contract is awarded and the work is to bo com pleted by September 30 Litigation over some of tho right of way just in tho edge of Versailles may cause some delay but the remainder of tho nine miles of new road will be completed by the day fixed in the contract It is believed that the completion of this road will mean a great deal to Frankfort for it will open up direct con nection with the coal fieldsof Lee count which is reached by tho Louisville and Atlantic which is also owned by the L N In fact it is expected that through trains will bo run from Frank fort to Beattyvillo every day thus changing the terminus of the L A from Versailles to Frankfort There seems to bo no doubt about the intcn tionwf the L N to oxtend the L A road on through the mountains toward Cumberland Gap when this is done Fine piano to be given away by the Normal City Laundry You got a chance with every order Excellent Music TheSoloists Quartet j f Cincinnati want tho people of Richmond to hear some geod music in their own town Iheyiuive a good program which is ex ccptionally attractive and which will pleaso all lovers of good music There win bo classical music on tho piano and violin classical songs by barytone and tenor voices Catchy and popular musIc will bo given for those who prefer this Grover Tilden Davis is the pianist Chas T Wagner violinist Wortho Faulkner Teaornod Stanley Baugham Barytone Mr lHViswill give Cavalier Fantas tiquo GodaJd Nocturne in F major Chopin and others of the same high order Mr WngncrBerconseOodardu- DutlzlarzWieniaWskiMr Baugham The Sea hath its Pearls Songs my Mother taught me Mr Faulkner My SnrASwan Where Corak Lie Mr Baugbam and Mr Faulkner Duet Calm as the Night Goctz Watch man What of the Night Sargent This Concert will bo given at the Normal Chapel on Monday February 28 8 p m Admission 5Q coAts Tho Cam Bs will be well lighted for the occasion Mid it ichepei that a large crowd will herr tlwAwrtet Tickets may be fcad by vtel itac h Normal Mee cthey 1iiti t S i FORV L Si I 1150Overcoats In Years For the past three months yes since last Fall tho weather has been the cold est and most disagreeable experienced in many years Tho ground has been covered with either snow ice or rain all the time while a biting mean wjnd has pooled the bark from tho countenance of those so unfortunate as to bo forced out into it There has not been a warm day for more than two months How ever thero is the silver lining to the clou J in that the cold has kept back the sap in trees and other stuff that would be poking out its nose wore tho sun to shine only to bo killed later on Farm ers are well satisfied with the outlook and well forget it all at tho first noto of robbin redbreast In One who ought to know tells Tho Climax that every fellow called before the grand jury and asked as to where he buys his booze gives the same reply Got it in Winchester As has been stated in this paper there is no whisky sold here at least if there is it is in such small that no traco of it can be detected Once or twice some fellow has summed up enough courage to embark in the business but Richmonds vigilant policemen quickly gathered him inand Judge Jack Grccnlcaf assessed such still fines that the youldbo tiger operator imme diately reformed If Winchester was in the dry column there would be little or no drunkenness in Richmond Married BKATTTSsuxn Mr W H Beatty of Beattyville and Miss Nancy Smith of London wore married by Rev Hugh McLellan in this city Wednesday MAGiLtrFisn Mr Olva Magill of Kerney Neb and Miss Lavia Fish of Wildio wero married by Rev Hugh Mc Lellan at tho parsonage in this city Wednesday They arc well known young people and have well wishes of many friends WnrraCAINMr Willie White and Miss Lillie Cain both of this county were married last week at Kirksville Miss Cain who is tho daughter of J C Cain is a very popular and attractive young lady The groom is well known in this county and numbers his friends by his acquaintance The happy cou ple will make their hqme at WhiteHall with his sister Mrs May Mocks Basket Ball The Caldweimigh School basket ball team played tho Wesleyan team at Winchester Friday night tho score standing 28 to 12 in favor of Wesloyan It was a clean game well refereed by Prof I V Moore and umpired by Miss Kit Harris Prof Moore made a fine impression on the Richmond crowd by Ills fairness and his kind attention His 11lying1Onplayed the Paris High School team in the gymnasium of their splendid new school building The score stood 27 to 7 in favor or Paris This game was ref creed byMIs Wallace of Lexington It was a splendid game and tho playing was fine on both sides Tlo gymnasium iso ample size and has a pew hardwood floor Prof J S Johnson and his girls did all in their power for the corn fort and pleasuroof the Richmond girls extending them the hospitality pf their homes Oa tho whole it wa a delight ful outing the harmony of tneorowd and the deportment of the young laales- reflectinghnor on Caldwell High School and the town The Wesleyan team will play CH S on March 12 andPads March 121ct the citizens keep these dates jn mind IIrNl help the girk to score success Prof Kelly and h a J the tM In chaieandtkek sortsar thisIi1 aasl I4 jUPb HVV9oAllows pick of all up to 1400V values Out of Style Suits still leftsizes 34 to 37Former price 10 to 20 Choice for 375 for work clothes THE Mr Wholesale Richmond Worst Winchester frequently quantities iSsJkoHWive Some Great Where Is He Where is the wiseacre who at this time of year jumps hi to tell us about tho poach crop He is long past due and thopublic is awaiting his yearly report Taken Front Rank Tuesdhys Louisville Times prints a a good likeness of Madisons ablo repre sentative Mr L n Ilerringlon and adds Although ono of the youngest members of tho House has taken n front rank as a legislator Ho is chairman of the important Committee on State University and Normal Schools and is fore most in every educational movement Ho is a Democrat and lawyer at Richmond The Hemp Crop If there is any crop which can bo successfully pooled and sold inone lot it would seem to bo the hemp crop It is mostly grown in a few Blue Grass counties in Kentucky whore organiza tion of growers can bo easily and effec tively made and tile product is one so safely handled in warehouses that it offers every promise of success There is but ono drawback when the prices are advanced that of competition with foreign Manila and other substitutes The present crop now under the brakes is said to be small and the pooling proposition meets with favorable consider ation Farmers Home Journal The Drys Contest Tho local option people have filed contest of the election just held atNich olasvillo Tho petition charges that the language of the ballot was ambiguous misleading and contradictory that no special registration was hold for the registration and qualification of voters not less than five days before tho clcc tionrtlmta number of persons were al lowed to vote without showing sheir registration certificates that in ono precinct voting booth was not inclosed on three sides and for that reason tho votes cast were not secret ballot that in one precinct voters wore permitted to vote and hail ballots cast outside of tho booth which votes wore received anti counted They make several other charges and say they will fight to the last ditchV A Good Plan For several years the dates tot Central Kentucky stock fairs havo been so conflicting or scattered that much in convenience was caused to the organiza tions and exhibitors To avoid this next summer and insure better attractions the secretaries of the aSsociations at Harrodsburjr Perryville Danville and Lancaster met at Danville last week and formed an organization for the pur pose ofnot ouly arranging dates but to secure ono of the best bands in the country form a chain for tho highest class entertainments and attractions and insure exhibitions by tho best stock- men Tho first fair will be held at Lancaster the last week In July tho others to come as follows Danville first week in August Harrodsburg second week and Perry villo third week By this ar rangement horsemen can prepare and take their stringsthrough tho circuit at a great reduction ofcost and it will en courage Item 16 prepare more and bet ter stock Tho secretaries also com bined in making offer for attractions and this will result in getting the best ones on the road Lancaster always waS daffy on good music and had the best bands jnpgey could procure and now that tho four associations hftvo lumped tho work it will insure fine music At all the lairs in this combine or circuit Tho plan is a splendid one and as tho oldfashioned fair has again become the most pNkteventln coun try towns the jaSiflags aext summer l will be attend if m tilweakins dwwM 17 II The Leaders Miss ruiwsii Wo were delayed in securing pictures of the loaders in our recent popular girl contest but are ablo to present them today Neither picture toes anything lily justice to tho handsome young ladies however As stated in The Cli silos OLIVEIt max at the timo they are exceedingly popular not only in Richmond but in the county as well as the largo vote polled will testify Miss Parriah won tho piano with Miss Ollivor a close second VVBought Entire Crop R RGoddard buyer forE F Spears Son tho Paris hemp men bought the entire r praised In Mercer cOIl lty The crop consisted of about live hundred acres and the price was fivaand onclmlf cents a pound It will bo dolivoredat llurglnV Normal Notes DrStiow Derm of the Department of Education Kentucky State University addressed tho students at Chapel on last Wednesday Ilostalctf that tho Stntq Univcrsityand the iftplo Normal wore Connected as sisters apd that they wore watched over by IhtjijtatdtLegisIatirra as a father over a family of children and that there was common bond of sympathy between tlio State Institu Miss Durwsrd Daan of Women gave an interesting tind delightful illustrated lecture Monday flight on A Trip throughthq Rockies Miss Durwanl is a l1afeorColJradoand she was ablo to describe the grand scenes from actual observation and to relate stories in con nection with each view The Forensic or Debating Class is very much ill ovUlonco on tho Campus Mon day afternoons Fourteen sfcctions composed Of twl Ve members each meet at the sump timoatia rtiscuss thqshmo subject and the amount of oratory ills played is sufficient to arouse tho mot lethargic to instant activity Dr Paynand Prof Sharon have boon very busy making trips to Frankfort tho past weelfondeavorinij tOsboiv the leg islators the right WarJ rand it is to be k1ifaetlpropJrIia S n 750of all and Overcoats at 10 Oh You Hog Hogs sold on the Louisville market Monday for 975 per hundred pounds the highest price over obtained there In Chicago some choice hogs brought ten cents on fool Prof Simmons Talks Lexington Herald Associate Pros IVut CJcorgo P Simmons of Campbell Ilagrman College addressed tho stu dents of Transylvania University Thurs JLVrnortiituz on Tho High Cost of Liv ijij Dr Simmons said it would have nure the desired effect if the 100000 people in Cleveland who tried to force tho price of moat down by refusing to buy it would transfer their prohibition tendencies to the saloon products Speaking of the Kentucky Legislature ho declared that the necessity of a two thirds majority to call a bill from a cum mittee would be called Cxariim of Can non ism in Washington Ho said that the tariff lund less to do with tho present cost of living than most people imagined and that if the question could bo taken out of polities and tho tariff question settled entirely on its merits things would bo moro easily anil satisfactorily adjusted 4 In Memoriam It was on the 10th of February at the hour of 2pm that thtrSaviour gently called Mrs Carrie Slurp to corno home She had baen a sufferer from rheuma tism for several years perfectly helpless never moving only whoa moved by at tendants antI everything that medical skill and attention could do was done for her but to no avail Mrs Sharp was IS years of ago and has boon a dovqtod member of the Baptist church for many years and while in her helpless condi tion silo often attended church botng taken there in a yhcel chair She was a woman with kind heart and uoblS Christian character no onecknow her but to love her 110 ono framed her tbut to praise and sbo often spoko of lying and would say that sho would not bo trip plod in heaven nnd sho was anxious to- oatul was always chtchfiil 1indhad a kind word for overyj pub IIJD while suffering so and her many friends regret to givo her up but tho Lord doethall things woll and wo know that Mrs Sharp is ono of his brightest angels nnd that shois froo from all pain arid is singing praises to tho Savicjurs Holy name The funeral services wore con ducted by Rev Jjis Parson Friday after noon at the Panola Baptist church near her home Interment took place in tile morningShothe following children Charlie of Lquisvllle Nellie Dewey and Mamie who arc extended the deepest sympathy of all in their great loss A FlUENt bsolutels IPuro HA dollar saved is as good H4f as a dollar made tt Thrifty men will sae many dollars by buying their clothing now Choice Suits 3e75 COVINCTON and BANKSQUALITY lionsV IDEATHSIWnciuitAftor sumption Mrs Fred Wollor died at her homo at Silver Creek Sunday night She was well known and beloved by many friends who extend deep sympathy to tho bereaved husband and two children who are loft to mourn her loss Sirrrox Leo Sutton a traveling sales man whoso home was in New Carlisle Ohio becamo ill of pneumonia while in this city some two weeks ago and was removed to tho P A C Infirmary Ho lingered until Saturday morning when death oudcdhis sufferings Mr Sutton was an Odd Follow and tho local lodge did all that could bo done for him His wifowas summoned and arrived several days boforo ho passed away The remains were shipped to Now Carlisle on tliofoilroclock train Sunday morning ADKEIISOX Jlrs Louise Adkerson died at her home at Union City Thurs day night after a long illness Sho was in her eightysecond year and had been in declining health for some years She leaves several grown children Sho was a faithful member of tho Methodist church and was highly thought of by all who know her The funeral services wero held Saturday conducted by Kov G W Crutchliold the interment taking place at tho burying ground at Union Oily TKVIS Mrs Hubert Tovis who had been ill for sonic time died Thursday front tho effects of a severe case of measles She wall about thirtyfour yeirs ofago and vjlji her family has resided in this city since moving from Kirksvillu a few years sinco Sho is survived by liorjuisbaml and five child ren who have much sympathy In their deep bereavement Site was a member of the Kirksvillu Presbyterian church and a splendid lady Funeral services were conducted Friday by the Uev Mr Scanlott tho burial taking placp at the llichmondCcmotery DAILY Tlio community was millIe sad Saturday morning to learn of tho death of littlo Cora Daily the fourrcar old laughter of Mr and Mrs Frank DnitJs sweet and bright as site vain her homo we would not havo her bad in this Avorld to suffer its sho did for wo know sho is in tho far beyond feasting with the angels Slio is not dead the child of our alice tion nut gone unto that school whore sho protectionAnd doingInafter year her tender steps pursuing Behold her grown moro fair A Friend Grapesh f g mgredient lOYAL k BakingPbwderInsures delicious food for every day in every home m Aon u SCovixorox Death is no respecter of persons is a truth made expressive by Ills visits in our community and Ho has sent no more cruel blast than tint which blew out the life of Milton the beautiful little fouryearold daughter ol Mr and Mrs f T Covington Ho brltf hall been her illness that it was ham to believe the news of her death when it spread like wild fire over the city and all hearts ached in unison with those of the griefstricken parents and rtlati es For only two dys was she ill nail in spito of all the skill of plij sici ins and tender nursing she succumbs ami tit nino oclock her pure little spirit Iwt Down back to its Maker The funeral was conducted Tuesday morning at the residence by Rev C C Marshal of th Baptist church after which the remaiw were laid to rest in our beautiful cennvr tary The deepest sympathy of th potiro community is extended the t reared fRmi- lyluuonlIis many Uichmond frienk- and relatives were shocked Saturday receivo noxrsof the death of Mr William Tudor whiqh occurred at Hendersou yule N C Mr Tudor went to Hcndor sonvillc some time time since to accom pany his daughter the halters heal R giving down While ho was far fn m being a well man at the time yet no ct thought the end would come so si 1 Ho had been in declining health somo time however The body vr brought to Richmond on tho early tpi ii Stnitlny mornin Tuo deceased wa farmer by occupation and had a wi conneclioii of relatives lIe was boci and reared in Madison county spondirr his entire lift hero He was honnrod h allamlnorsltrliuglualilics and kirni disposition Ho was a member of t Christian church and was about lifiy live yours of ago and lived a spotless life of which his relatives and friends oar justly proud lie survived by hV wife ono son Virgil aud thriK datigin ors Mrs Barnes of Somerset an Misses Mablo antI Della The funer services were conducted by Hov HuU McLolkin at till residence of his sistVr Mrs K Q Winos Monday afternoon tli burial taking placo at tho Itichninn Cemetery Nothing hurts worse than a rough shave Yoixcan get a now razor at roi this wcolj at D Slwckolford CV Circuit Court Circuit court Is inVsrnstonV but as oai official expressed it on atcouni ofth miserable weather and absent witnesses theres little doing A great many equity cases havo been disposed of however and tho dockets will be pretty welt cleared up Thograiul jury adjourneil to meet again on March 2nd The jury has boon working faithfully but as u information can bo given out wo cv give no detail of its work r f z iL J I Li t1enpIe thh i famtpch fy r Capital and Surplus over 2500000 Why We Advertise c because we want you to know more about us and we t want your business f I What Have We to Offer You Every convenience and accomodation that can be found in a well equipped bank a safe depository for allthe funds entrusted to our care uniform courtesy nd considerate liberality in the treatment of our pat rons Let us demonstrate how well we can serve you E 1 WOODS President W C FISH Vjcb President W G KEMPER Cashier i East End Mills J 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 Flour Meal Shipstuff thicken Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour We make a speciality of grinding and exchanging t both Wheat and Corn to accomodate the far ii mers trade Our Motto is Live and Lot Live Give us a chance and watch ns grow J B Sanders GoLocated at R R Crossing m IrrfatStreet i Pohne 57 8mond Kentucky The Best Groceries s i ATT- HELowest Prices may always be found at our store We handle the best goods on the market ab solutely pure and v Fresh New Clean t 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 JAMES B PARKECASH STORE Phone 624 FIRST STREET Its Building Time ft 5 j2 If you intend to erect a house store khouse barn or other buildings v I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters line t I of I JEFF STONE- IJ iLTJ 4 Notket I will stand mv red boar hog at my homo on Big Hill Avenue atfl00 Money doe at time of service I have some nice youn boars big enough for service Tot sate 1282m Win B Turley Try Mary Patmt Flour horn the Vew Mill in town Phone 67 128tt J Boarders Co Dissolution Notice The finn of Douglas Culton has by nutual consent been dissolved Mr Jouglas retiring from the firm Those indebted to the firm Ire requested to tall and settle those having claims will kindly present same at office for pay ment j4t SV H DOUGLAS QC CULTOJf LomberFor Sale Barn bills and all kindsrough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky Strayed From Kirksville Friday night Dec 17 bay mare with blaze face three white feet mane slightly gray where collar rubbed Will give 85 reward for return to mo about 2 miles from Kirksville HESRY WHITE Railway Mail Clerks Wanted The Government pays Railway Mall Clerks 880 to 1200 and other employees HP to 2590 annuallyUncle will hold spring exam ma tions throughout the c untry for Rail way Mail Clerks Custom House Clerks Stenographers Bookkeepers Depart mental Clerks and other Government Positions Thousands of appointments will be made Any man or woman over 18 in Cityor Country can get Instruction and free information by writing at once to the Bureau of Instruction 340 0 Hamlin Building Rochertcr N Y H C DOTY SURVEYOR Solicits the Patronage of the Gener Public Prices Reasonable See him 2 orwr- lteUnion City Ky Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block I O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW iiCHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nIts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Bargin ilJen- njDENTIST Over State Bank k Trust Company TELEPHONE 206 qrry M Blanton DENTIST tfOKce ID Bennett Building JUly TELEPHONE lit A ScrtJLLVAN ATTOBHBYATLA RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffice over State Bank Trust Co op oeite Court House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building J G BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon OBice over Stanlfcr Sopcrs JRooms a g nd 3 Islam Street RICHMOND Office Phone KM Res Phone 210 Sterling Clothest ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES i T UF 4 toIiRIorJade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in=city to select from FmefLiue New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Gcs Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowestprices for high xIassr goods Lj1StouffirjOI g I t1 i A tiS SSilL M WDOUGLAS334SliOES iiiYSDh THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAKE OFMEtfS RKE SIiOESIII THE WORLD MAKESI for th put six years and always find they are fat superior to all other high grade shoes In style comfort and durability WQ JONES NYIfyouhowmade you would realize why they heM their shape fit better wear longer aad are of greatervalue than any other make rieeIlztaxnpedonthebottomIt your dealer cannot fit you wtth WI Dongl bofa WLDovgIUirQckioDUa4 Rice Arnold February Special I have 0000 pounds Red Cross first patent flour best in town at 88 cents a sack or 8350 per hundred Will es cha ge same for corn DUCKU 137 First st fOflCll aim GAfiDE B- YEETRICG REGISTER ROCKFQRDIA CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED ItTbia matter must not be reprinted with out special permission TO PREVENT APPLE SCAB There may be some readers of these notes who have orchards which have been neglected for some time past and in which scab and other fungous pests hold sway not only reducing the size of the fruit produced but greatly In juring its quality To right these ills one must spray the trees within the two or three weeksbefore the blos som buds open with the bordeaux mixture This is made of blue vitriol copper sulphate lime and water and Is prepared as follows Slack five pounds of fresh stone lime in a tight box or small barrel using care that It does not burn in the process for the finer and morecreamy Its texture the better the mixture therefrom will be When thoroughly slacked dilute to twentyfive gallons preferably Iu the small barrel in which the slacking has been done Next dissolve five pounds of the copper sulphate In two or three gallons of water and dilute totwenty five gallons This may be done in a fif tyfive gallon vinegar barrel and the diluted lime mixture added the contents being stirred thoroughly as each pan ful Is poured in When all of the lime water has been added and the con tents have been thoroughly stirred the mixture should be tested by taking a little of it in a small dish and adding a few drops of prussiate of potash a deadly poison It a chocolate brown precipitate results it means that there is not enoughlime in the mixture and enough should be added so that the portion tested will not turn the red dish brown However in making many tests of this kind the writer has never got the brown precipitate when the above amount of lime was used For small operations the barrel spray outfit will likely be used and thQ soft tion should be stralped through a twenty mesh copper strainer or two thicknesses of gunny sacking Where the operations are on a large scale time above 5550 receipt as It Is called may be multiplied as occasion may re quire In this case a saturated stock solution of the copper sulphate may bo kept on band made by suspending In a sack in a keg of water more of the chemical than will dissolve A gallon and twothirds of this solution will give time necessary five pounds of the copper sulphate while enough of the lime solution should be added so that the chocolate precipitate will not result when a few drops of the prus slate of potash are added The solu tion should be kept agitated while It is being used and should be applied to the trees under heavy pressure Where orchards are badly Infested with scab sooty blotch and other fungous pests a second and even a third treatment should be given with the bordeaux it being well to add parts green to that applied just after the blossoms fall in order to kill the larvae of the codling moth Spraying treatment of this kind will do wonders for the fruit ot a neglected orchard and the showing on the books will be changed from loss to profitA APPLE CLASSIFICATION At the recent national apple show held nt Spokane Wash various resolutions were adopted tending to foster the development of time apple industry and among time must Important were tli9se outlining a new and what it Is hoped will ha uniformly adopted as the countrys apple classification The resolutions were as follows First that our apples be packet in throe grades Second that the said grades be named extra fancy choice and orchard run Third that where the words extra fancy are stamped on n applC3beugraded as to size inench box smooth practically free from bruises worms worm stings or disease anti have rca varietyfollygrade shall bo nt least 50 per cent red except Spitzeuburgs Winesaps Jona thans and Arkansas Blacks which shall lie at least TO per cen red Yel low Newtons White Winter Pear nialns Grimes Goldens Beileflowcrs Ortleys Wfnter Bananas and fled Cheek pippins will be allowed In this grade Fourth that the choice grade shall consist of apples sound uniform ly graded as to size in eaijh box frie5 from any breaks In the skin or black bruises also free from wprms or any disease which materially Injures the jsalify of the apple Fifth that where packerdof choice grades we recommend the fli apples fret train worms lludwi 1fi 0 J i AL5JJljamtIM Tottp lBttle dini loc water of the lOck of potoltry every tbree or four weeks will serve JMX preventive of mug nnd throat disease There ore a od trihny pretty aa profitable propositions but afeout the most no account thing is a good for nothing cur lie has no excuse for being on top of the ground Preliminary surveys ore being made for an Irrigation project IB the Big Bend district fnthe state of Washing ton which wlwa completed will water 000000 acres of very rich htndiio system will requite several years to complete and will cost many millions of dollars One should never buy from unknown parties so far away from homo that he cannot reach them with n club in way of recourse in case the stun he gets Is not satisfactory Many who bite on the low price bait forget this fact sometimes and can only grind their teeth when disappointed Nebraska is going through time usual change from n grain raising to a stock and dairy state as shown by her out put last year of 30000000 pounds of butter This is not a large output of butter as compared with somo other states but it is a very creditable1 showing and Indicates a wove intetight direction The hired man employed on the place should not only be able to do the work assigned him creditably but should be clean of mind and mouth if ho is not to be a source of contamination to the young folks in the home who oro really of much more Impor tance than any of the fine stock raised on the premises We know of more thin one Instance where the man of the house has been too poor to subscribe for a Journal for his wife costing 2 cents a week when be does not bat an eyelid at banding from to 2 a week over the counter for chewing and smoklng tobacco This is a mighty one sided proposi tion if there ever was one Many folks reach middle life or past without seeming to realize the very simple fact that the laying by of a sum for a rainy day or for future business operations depends on bar ing receipts exceed expenditures by a modest margin each year Circum stances may arise which make It Im possible to carry out such a plan uninterruptedly but it will prove helpful if such a purpose Is kept always in mind It need hardly be said that the or chards in the favored valleys of the west which have been known to yield a net revenue of as high as 1500 per acre in n single season are not also IJasturesthJloand dual purpose bens there is no such thing in the famous apple lice tions referred to as a dual purpose fruit ranch It Is to this fact largely that the success achieved is due In addition to agricultural resources which are shown In the production of 00000000 bushels oC wheat In 1009 the state of North Dakota is rated by those who have Investigated the matter to contain 31210 square miTes of lignite coal d carboniferous deposit that Is geologically about halfway in process of formation between peat ned soft coal This enormous deposit of fuel which is bound to prove n potent factor in the industrial development of the state is worth 00 cents a ton at the mine and is put In the bin of the consumer at 275 per ton When a home seeker has not posi UTe knowledge beforehand of tbe char aeter of the subsoil In the new coun try in which he plans to locate he will do well to postpone closing any deal on a piece of land until such time us he can bore down from four to six feet and find out what lies beneath Not Infrequently have laud purchases been made in winter when the ground was frozen hard and covered with snow which on the coming of warmer weather developed into bogs or stretch es of sand and hard pan Caution In this respect will often avert costly as well as bitter experience There is no factor vitally affecting the perpetuity of America as a nation that begins to compare in Importance with that having to do with conserv lug the home life of the nation through checking the pestilence of dl vorce purifying and remolding the roostlingwhere the fires of home life and love burn with a pure and steady light o need to develop the conservation policy with reference to the husband ing of our material resources as ann otImes The heavy snows and severe wcnth er quite prevalent throughout the northern states anti keeping stork from the usual range In stalk fields and meadows are calling attention very forcibly to some method of utilizing the stalk roughage of the farm In such way as will put the handling orlt beyond Interruption by dcop snows or other unfavorable weather conditions Time method that will do this more sat isfactorlly than any other is the Rllo the installation of which on a farm will double the feeding value of every acre of corn As land prices advance and soil fertility becomes depleted the silo will be viewed as a necessity on every farm In the corn belt where feeding operations are carried on to op extent worth mentioning Free Childs Remedy What mother is not looking for something that will help her children in the little ills of life something for the stomach trouble and the bowel trouble Long ago she prob ably has become convinced that a child cannot readily swallow apiII theminance that usually they work too drasti powerfultroubleofremedyUlatDrCaldwells thlwhowhatyouandonodonarethers are doing the free sarepte betesimply to convince you of Its merits It LDavisatreecLouievifle theyleavebetue since remecIyettkorJoutrklYefrecttve amlUaDdiea1stoiiclivertro4IbIeaguaranteethat r Dr CMwell deatre to 11forYOURItthe stomach liver or bowels aIIIMIhItely tree of elmarge I pain your os m a 1PorjI c jl ii r IlD I W Cream Vermifuge THEAlTEED WORM REMEDY THE cNliENS r YQtMTitHiC- Jc 6WAIIE OF 1Ii1TlC s THE GENUINE paEpAsCDCNLYW BallardSnow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY FOR CONGRESS We ore authorized to announce Hon HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county a candidate to succeed IilmseH In congress Irbiii this the Eighth District subject lo the action of the Democratic party Best work prompt delivery Normal City Laundry Get in on the piano contest 3t ATTENTION FARMERS Xtis being reported that we do not have the Vulcan plows or repairs W emphatic Ypeny this report We have both and expect to continue to handle them fOtf TAYLOR OLDIIAM TlieClimax1a year Bring your wheat and corn for ex change to the new mill Phone 67 12btf J B Sanders C Too Mudi Love By OSCARCOX Copyright 1910 by American Press Association While serving with my regiment as surgeon at Manila I received a letter from my old friend Dick Tburston atI Datavla Java asking me if it would be possible for me to come downhnd tree him He was ill and despite the tact that he was taking the best care of himself he didnt get any better Couldnt I obtain a leave even for a few days- I succeeded In getting n leave and I found Dick Thurston on a coffee plantation where be had gone some months before In the interest of an American grocery concern He was living with a Javanese family consist lug of a mother a daughter some twentyfive years old and several children The young woman was attend tug to the patients wants Ipdcedsbe- bad the whole care of him Dick was suffering from malignant dysentery put him under treatment but got no rcstxjnsej A couple of days after I began he was as bad as ever What puzzled me was that his trouble was Intermittent At one time be would appear so well that 1 couldnt believe there was anything the matter with him Then when I was Congratu hating myself that bo was going to come out of it down be wptild go again As for tbe drugs I gave him they appeared to have no effect whatever 1 hadnt been attending him long be fore I discovered that the Javanese girl who nursed him was lu love with him Tub set me to thinking I had seen nil extract somewhereI think it was in a newspaperfrom an old Dutch report stating that when n Javanese woman takes a fancy to an European she will either have him or poison him if she gets the chance Might not this be a case in point Without saying anything to Dick I resolved to watch her She was very regular in bringing In his meals and on several occasions when she did so I concealed myself In a closet keep Ing my eye to a nail hole But if she was poisoning his food she didnt do It wheti sbe gnveitto him Dick I said to my patient your nurse lovcsyou You dont mean moohe exclaimed astonishedSHave you been making love to her I have never thought of such a thing hare y u any objection to doing so Dick demurred but ns I told him I had a theory connected with his ill ness Ue finally consented The next time she was with him he called her to him took her baud In his and told her that her kindness was winning his heart She did not object to a caress and went away looking very nest day Dkk was better I told him to keep up his loycmak hig for a few days and he did so with the result that his improvement was remarkable I didnt care enough for furtVcr experimenting to nslfhlm to cease lib devotional attitude and grow worse so I resolved to eat some of his food myself But to get the food that was sure was poisoned I was obliged to have him do this very thing He turned away from her but did not eat the next meal she brought htm I smuggled in some food for him nte n little of that the girl brought him and made away with the rest surreptitiously The test fulfilled the conditions The whole length of my alimentary canal became irritated This was the same symptom as Thurs tous didnt care to repeat the ex perlmcutSThere was now nothing to do but get the patient from out the clutches of this too much loving nurse but my curiosity was aroused as to what poi son she was using I thought of watching her nsehe prepared the focd but to do this was impracticable would have tested the food chemic ally but bad no materials for the pur pose I was pnzzicd I had among other Instruments lhad brought with me a pocket microscope It was by no means so powerful is the rcgul Instrument but ex cellent for Its grade For the want of something better IouI day took Up this microscope and broughtJt 10 bear on some of the food I had eaten Im mediately the cause ot the ircHble was revealed to roe The substance was filled with One hairs Hot animal but vegetable hollow tubes spiked like bayonets And these things had been nslsg through Dicks digestive organs No wonder that he was ill Ac 1para lively telot them had math aefeeP as If 1 bad eaten hot lead took some of the ocd to a Java nose man from whom Dick had bmbuying coffee showed him the hairs vrlth the microscope and asked him what they were Those beS1ld1r bamboo pot eon hairs fco called front the fact that they are used by our people who wfali to put some one out of tb way After consaltatiqa Dkk clrdetided that tre didnt care ta bars auy thing to do with Javanese jatlc so I advised hia to keep OH good terms with his sweetheart for a few Says that he ralsht g BO snore spikes in Itla stftiaacb and get well Kevertiw less before be ateanr ef tb food she I tr 1 Has a complete set of steel attachments hardened bearing a flat tension needle bar take up selfsetting needle a large r y bobbin selfthreading shuttle a belt retainer automatic bobbin winder and an instruction book that is Vdry easy to understand It is the very best machine that you can buy at the price Ten years guarantee against rilE def cts in 1 material and workmanship S Makes a Valuable New Years Present for your Wife HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTUCKY We are Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies for all Machines Dr Pennington Dentist Specialistltegulating teeth treating pirea Porcelain Gold inlays Office next door to Government building tf The Richmond Steam laundry at your service Call or ring 52 Is your Rroperty insuredagainst fire Better see Breck and Smith and take a policy j122m Ont Way Out Perkins had been appointed tutor to the young lord of tlm manor and together they were making the grand tour Ierklns was congratulating him self on the excellent behavior of his pupil but alas they had only reached Genera when his charge fell deeply In lore with n pretty Swiss peasant In vain did no remonstrate with the young lord pointing out the social bar rer that existed between the lovers and the total Impossibility of marriage But all to no purpose The beautiful Swiss maiden held the young lords heart captive and he would scarcely leave her side- Distracted Ierklns wrote home to the marchioness asking her advice and pointing out her sons Infatuation A day or two passed in agonizing suspenseAt the answer came Ierklns breathed a sigh of relief All his anx lety would now be over fim tore open tbe envelope but as he read the letter he groaned iu the anguish of his soul It consisted of three words Marry her yourselt Poor Bijou During the siege of Paris Fran clsqno Sarcey indignantly protested against the practice of eating dogs Hanger however knows no law and canine and feline butcher shops were opened in different parts of Paris Skillfully prepared properly skinned and cooked with a good sauce the TheIrImeans tough Canine cutlets were sold at 2 francs each and a leg of dog might be purchased at double that price a pound Two good bourgeois husband and wife had n little dog of whIch they were very fond But a day came when there was nothing to eat in the house and poor Dijon had to be killed and cooked Ill master and mistress sat down to dinner with tears in their eyes and dnrlng the dinner the latter mechanically placed the tiny rib bones on tho side of her plate Poor Bijou she ejaculated with a sigh What a treat these would have been for him Frank Scblosser in Contemporary Review A Tearful Eyo to Business Advertising is nowadays almost a fine art Clever advertisements at tract customers in two waysfirst because they effectually call attention to tho goods and second because ot their cleverness pure and simple Such a one is the following quoted from London M A P which adorned n boot shop in the Rue Amsterdam in Paris LIQUIDATION With tears In my eyes 1 am obllsed to clear the whole of my stock of boots To get rid of It nil In a week offer it toyou at a loss of per cent My husband seeing nt to abandon me with five children WIlY Cant I go on without my husband Be cause my husband alone was able to obtain Job Unes from the big provincial and foreign bootmakers Prudent ladles will profit by these ex traordinarily low prices which will en able me to c1routmy stock and search for my husband throughout Europe MME MARIELOUISE X Nothing to Say According to a delightful story of Shelley recounted in the International Journal of Ethics by the Rev Bradley Oilman the splendid mental equip ment of the poet did not include hu mor In his characteristically ImpaS- sIoned way Shelley was deeply Inter ested In the problem of Immortality One day ho met n nursemaid wheeling a very young child In a perambulator Hero Is a little soul he reflected recently come to earth out of the great unknown preceding human life Perhaps be can tell me something about the great unknown after human life The two realms may be one and the same Ue accosted the Infant twice butof course gained no response only a blank Infantile stare Alas alas sighed Shelley How very retkest these little creatures arer Rubber and Gutta Peretia There are Importantdistinctions be tween India rubber and gutta percha ADA la the majority of purposes for which they are employed boe caaaet replace the ether WhHe tbe trees yielding iaftla rubber are well distrib sled over the tropical parts of the world aDd ay he cultivated with more or1sa facility ttree which furnishes gutta percha Is to be fraud only In Borneo Santa tra aad the Ma fey archipelago generally FerJ4othlmigWI Tommy M jfwijip throws thbi world that yen cant get MMMthlag notMo Pre coctaw Mepkwwpli 1JMeaJI ttar del WbM lttlletIlWI eft U r1Pk I tI nH n Iu r I 1395iThe Favorite SEWING MACHINEi LUMANANDUlGPJS- The famous little liver pills are De Witts Little Early Risers They are sate sure gentle and easy to take When you Ask for DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve refuse to accept n snbstituteor imitation Da Witts Car bolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for anythipjr when yon need a salve and byXUFor Sale Privately Since the death of my father who at tended to our jack stock I find I can not give them the attention they should have and attend to my office I will j therefore sell privately the following stock nine Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years old All well bred 6 ready for service good colors woll broke Also 10 jennets running from 1 colt to aged jennet well bred 5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Call on or ad dress me at Richmond Ky l5tf ROT C WJUTE A Safeguard To Children Oar two children of sx and eight yearn have been since infancy subjpci clllsigotml cure these troubles It is Mm itnv medicine I can got the children to take vithotir a row Toe I1hove from W C Oriistpin Green Ray Wi diipl calf he oxperiencfl rf thousands cf otlirr- nfiprs of Foleys Honey and Tar It oures eonsrlip colds and croupe ami- trevents bronnliitis and pneumonia Sold by Stockton and Son fltn James Hunley Will buy or sell your bouse farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed DrC + H Mainhart Graduate McKlillppVfteilnai 1ege 01 Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon Office at J R Azbills Stable Office Phone 09 Res Phone 532 r Richmond Ky J4J II All It is always cheapest in the long run to best We do the very b- estConcrete WOJ1 Give us your order md you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied Stone Phone 432 GoldEnlFlora The lonumellt dealers have added to their Business H il1 N E UM A T PLANT vAich will enable them to do letter work than ever before Phey have a large assortment f Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call ind inspect their stock and rk Satisfaction guaran ed 6olden Flora FRESH OYSTER GOOD MBALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL IIOUKS RESTAURANT Fancy Groceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco RICHMOND KYCorner Main and Second 11 f rntooJ 0rt D FRESH OYSTERS M WIDESy In the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats Etc Be sure and call me over phone before selling as I cansave you money M WIDETELEPHONE 303 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND ICY Penny PhotosS 20 for 25 Gents Four positions The Schlee1 Studio McGaughey I The Best Homes Are TOOL mio alows Our Plans gBI the ftJf RICCIS Moberley Wo the 1 To BUild Them f Kinds k RQ Ko NEW B See Furnish Material Lumber fto8 Ii J t 1 FlinlQid and 2ply Felt Roofing1 ToddEdwards Lumber C if r PhontfOO t RklidK1i1d t = f If iZ y