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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w n r r i Z1iE RICHMOND CLIMAX f f t l3bth YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1910 NUMBER 39 fWALLPAPER 11fOR THAT TIRED fEELING It LLJt1 y he get and in your horses give them plenty of high grade and substantial food such as you always buy at Robinsons Tho animal that feeds on otchoice Oats Tiny Middlings and Cot ton Seed Meal shows the effect of his keep in his coat and lively stop and it doesnt cost any moro than you will pay elsewhere for inferior goods Burnside f Ro15insoni Coal Lime Salt Cem nt Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R PiTOXE 142 RICHMOND VULCAN Made BEST CHILLED PLOWS The Vulcan Plow CoJ Well finisbed Strong Durable tight Draft Rib Strengthened Mold Full Chilled Shinpiece Interlocked Land and Standard Point has Face Chill Wide Chill Long Snoot Chill Patented Extension and is the STRONGEST and MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made m When buyinG allow Consider Quality Pirst Price Second foa DALE BY Douglas Simmons 4 Deafage AGENTS Wholesale and Retail Ulcan Chilled Plows and Repairs Syracuse Hillside Plows and Repairs A Wood Harrows Mowers Binders Buckeye Cultivators Hamilton Corn Planters Repairs for South Bend Plows Jstw Place on Second Street Phone 20 GIVE US A CALL 1 t Yf l l We Sell Ial May Manton- Patterns Jr 7 vya- 1Oc 3 Each 1 + t t Right Way to good work is o buy your piper from an to date ne get an uptodatepaper hanger Burnside glossy Point Edge Fitting Words Contributor Gives Brief History of a Gallant Man Editor CIimaxIn your issue of 24th of Feb 1909 you gave notice of the death of Capt T S Gibson with a brief record of Iisfamily history etc etc but as indicted by the torm Captain his war record was omitted which was the most conspicuous part of his life and for this reason I am prompted to recount some of the many stirring incidents in iis life Being raised in the ttumc county Lee county Va which isV part of the Old Dominion and knowing Capt Gibson who was a lifelong friend of my father from my childhood I desire to pay tribute to his sterling qualities as a soldier and citizen and to his unfal tering courage under the many trying ordeals of lifo I well recall in the early Summer of 1801 at Rose Hill Leo county Va seeing Capt G ibson at the head of his Com pany consisting of 120 infantrymen the most of whom were under 25 years of age and wore of the best families of Leo county this being the first company in Lee county to enlist in the Confederate cause Capt Gibsons Company joined the 37th Virginia Regiment Confederate Volunteers coma ndeby Col Fulker son where ho served with distinction for one year through Eastern Virginia being in most ofthe severe engagements under Leo and Jackson until his com pany was cut down by death sickness and capture to a mere handful In the meantime Capt Gibson having received a wound from a bursting shell which incapacitated him for infantry service was permitted to resign and return home where in the Spring of 1802 ho raised a second company This company was cavalry and soon afterwards returned to the scenes of activity Among tho first engagements after his return was at or near Cleveland Tonn whore there was a very severe engagement between the Federal soldiers commanded by General Woolford and the Confederates com manded by General Hodges A Federal Captain was in the act of shooting General Hodges down when a close encoun ter ensued between the Federal Captain and Capt Gibson on the Confederate side in which after each had emptied their revolvers Capt Gibson cut down and killed his assailant the Federal Captain with his sabre Later his command was transferred to tIle Eastern Department and entered into the Pennsylvania raid where after the destruction of Chambersburg Pa 1 A t t F 11 Jk iii t ie Ladies Suitsi J 15Lt 7 Ladles Suits worth 1750 to 20QOfor 1151 Ladle Suits worth 1250 to 1500 for 85O Ladies Suits worth JOOO for if 650 t 1t i J if r r f Ladies Cloaks r 4 1 Ladle Cloaks worth 1750 2ppfofej050 Ladles Cloaks worth 1250 to i350for 850 lI LadiesCIoaks worth Msg for 595 s Ladles Cloaks worth 750 to 850H475 Ladies Cloaks worth 500 to 650 for 350 Childifens Cloaks 98c to 300 iii jrr y ki3ii i i hm 912 W P BAXTERthe Confederates recrossed tlio South branch of the Potomac at Jlorelleld West Virginia where Capt Gibson in a severe engagement received a second wound which camo near proving falalj and disabled him for further service until near Gon Leos surrender After the close of the war Capt Gib cngagodassiduoasly regain his tosses necessitated by Ute ravages of war of which ho had seen more than his share when ho was again shot from behind the tall entering Clio back and passing entirely through the body From this wound Capt Gibson suffered for months before his final re comIwittedfollower of the Federal army who had a private grievance against Capt Gib son but was wanting in moral courage to meet an honorable bravo and coura geous exConfedcrato soldier face to face This party left Lee county during Capt Gibsons illness and made it con venient never to return to face his intended victim or his family One of the attribute of Capt Gibson was his unswerving Hy to his com rades in the Lost Cause to whom his doors were always open ready to receive with Warm heart and welcome hand and dispense his generous hospitality It was his unvarying custom to all the reunions of the Confederate cause Nothing of a private nature except sickness over kept him from this annual reunion the last one ho attended before his death being at Memphis Tcnn Capt Gibson died at the home of his sons Dr II It Gibson and brothers in llichmoml Kyt surrounded bymost of his family devotion to him in his declining days was most beautiful even anticipating every supposed want or comfort money and affection could bestow and was accompanied back to his native homo and to the State La loved so wen and for which ho had offered up his life and given his best service in the dark days from 1801 to 1SG5 where ho was laid to rest under the shadows of tho Cumberland Mountain amidst the scenes of his early life and moro mature years thorn to await the last Buglo Call that shall awake Lee Jackson Johnson Stewart and the unnumbered hosts of tho Lost Muse to that final judgment which shall award an impartial verdict to all JBRichmond Ky Fob 1010 Fine Eggs For Sale- I have a lot oc fullbloodedsingle comb brown leghorn eggs for sale at SI per setting of 15 eggs or 150 for two settings Miss Joas Rica fSMf IL P S Richmond Sore Throat Colds Coughs Croup and Ca tarrh Relieved in Two Minutes Is your throat sore Breathe Hyomci Have oua con li Breathe Ilyomoi Have joiL71 cold Breathe Hyomei Have you catarrh Breathe HybmeL Ilyomoi is lila best remedy for all nose throat and Jung troubles It docs not contain any cocaine or morphine and all that is necessary is to breath it through the Jittlc black pocket inhaler tliat comes with each outfit A complete outfit costs only 1at all druggists and at B L Middclton and Hyomei is guaranteed to cure catarrh croup coughs soro throat and bronchi tis or money back A Hyomei Inhaler lasts a life timo and extra bottles can be obtained from druggists for only 50 cents Sample of Ilyomoi and booklet free Address Booths Hyomei Co Bulfalo N T- MFONACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour atom ach belching and cures all stomach ills caso or money back Large box of tablets 50 cents Druggists in all towns Fire Life Accident and Health Insur ance in the very best old line Companies Wm S Broaddus jgU tf With The New Firm Mr Charlie Sharp who met with an accident in a runaway last year losing the sight of his eyes a short time ago made arrangement with B H Luxon Bro whereby he obtained a small commission on every load of coal lie sold for this firm On tho purchase of Mr Luxons business by liroaddus Vaughn ho made the same arrangement with 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 onor telophoncrNo G07 jlDtf If you sendour laundry to the Nor mal City Laundry you have chance to get an elegant Piano free of cost Brock Smith represent the most reliable insurance companies and will be glad to explain their policies j122m The Is to buy a lot o old and get to it l FY s r Mattress For Less t theOurStearns Foster and proves beyond doubt the superior quality of Stearns Foster mattresses THE SESFOSiER something no other do mattresses is a judge a pretty ticking a pleasant M in today k 60 y4F a You Foleys Laxative When have that dull heavy feverish feeling accompanied by have indigestion bil iousness pains in stomach and bowels then you need Oriuo It moves the bowels freelv gently thoroughly tho tract It does not gripe or nauseate and constipation Itti to take is recommended for 5 addition the special prices mentioned 5V A have bargains other heavy goods Also com i e plete lines new and up to date i Muslin Underwear Ginghams etc for Spring 1910 The beautiful assortment new Spring White Goods have ever shown our prices have riot been affected one whit by the high prices cotton asal orders were pl beforethe advance Comev iitjr l 4 v v see U 4 x Wrong Way stock anybody hang foryou Phone Co MATTRESS A lazy liver leads to chronic and weaken the system Bonns 25 els a correct the liver tone the stomach cure fltn Are you saving your coupons given on the piano by the Normal City Its a fine and has an chance to get it j122t CuteS babys croup Willies cuts and bruises mamas sore throat Dr Tnomas Eclectric Oilthe Mm to attend whose When cJt equal daily WALL PAPER Better Money GRADE guarantee be better 1 h than other advertised m i make All Stearns Mattresses Pt you to examine the the important to oi the you j you to The and you merely By or clerks talk m sold on free trial QidhamLacKeyfJNeed you you headache Foleys Laxative and and intestinal cures and byStockton box HPricesCut AIrnOSt in Halves LcIn to we of Embroideries Laces most of we our cedfriyarrd vfj dyspepsia Regaleta constipation Laundry instrument grandmas lameness household remedy in WINDSOR If you will just take now and then you need not fear or to eat all the food that you want for will you eat is for and sour is and ills to at once Sold by flm Life is a that no man fail to have See and your in a safe r r 13j JI t We fany any PrIce tlFoster allow iSide fcjj most side know very mattress buy maker allows inside most dark secret cant Come Every mattress nights When constipation especially and in ii and 1 constipation everybody hesitate good digest whatever weak stomachs pleasant toUake guaranteed give relief AUIDrnRgiste insurance protection Brock- S insurance reliable company jI22m A A to at of Orino clears whole great it Kodol Kodol Kolod Kodol should Smith place f Six Nights Go As You Please Race liiiinight carrying a baby And they wont der what the matter is Chances are the child is starvingworms are eating t all of its fooJ Most children have worms yours neednt Whites Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the worms and strengthen the child SoUl by Perry and Thomas flm TE TJ T1 A 19 YsWe Sell t t May Mnton Patterns IOi Each Z L Men s Suits Ti61 Mens Suits worth J750 to 2000 for 135T Mens Suits worth 1250 to 1500 for 100i Mens Suits worth 1000 for 695 j Mens Suits worth 750 to 850 forrjJ 7 t i 9rJ Overccats worth 1750 to 2000 for PQO Overcoats worth 1250 to 1500 for 950 l Overcoats worth 10 for 695 c t Overcoats worth 750 to 850 for 550 ft fJ Overcoats worth 500 to 650 for 375 Y 11 Yquths Overcoats from 275 to 395 ter toy Bos Overcoats from 9 c to 295 I T Q tt i t 7Ji + k t 4 rJ3rrtC1 ij Jfki c i ct ffit i c aS 1f wryc t E trr a 10Oje Brothers t a CI- C l q nt f i3r a J ft t1 1IHI1IWt ftI4 MW c 0 n u jf 3 Th IW1 off r Ifl i t Tobacco Canvas 2 12 3 and 312fr Thompsons Glovefitting Corsets A 1EARLYJt Just look at McKees while iddwn street if you want to see something fifew and pretty for spring They ate getting t in allof their s 1 N ew 6j lng ham J 4 iCheviots and WhitMia1s iL I Be sure and see their Embroideries Sfor they are the handsomest we have oever bought at the price Owen McKetVi S See Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns I The Richmond Climax IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO RiLorportttedl A D MILLER Piestand Mangri LOUIS LANDRAM I Editor Ki ker I PRESS V ud PUBUSIERS lEAGUE FBICE 100 PER YEAB INADV1CE- WEDNESDAY MAR 2 1910 you over notice the inclination to beliolf that laws are made for the other fellownever for us Wo do not need restraint but our neighbors do Morse the bankwrecker and looter of millions on his wafto the Federal prison in Atlanta complained bitterly of tho in justice of his sentence Morse was also of tho opiniQlthat the national institu tions began to crumble when the sen ten e was imposed upon him John R Walsh went to prison after Tie had wreck ed several businesses and used the money of thousands to attain his own ends firmly convinced that tho liberties of the people were endangered when it it was only his own liberty was in jeopardy But these are only the mani festations of the human nature that is in all of us No rogue oer felt the halter draw With a good opinion of the law TUE Louisville Nashvilto Railroad Co has declared semiannual dividend of eleven per cent Somo people are in clincd to howl this is by reason of robbing thopublic While their rates may be a little high in some instances yet robbing is far from the reason of the good showing It was brought about by good management careful attention to the most minute details and the employment of skilled and experienced labor The L N is the bestmanaged road in the country and because it is making money there is a disposition to howl against it If the persons who knock against the L and N would manage their own affairs as successfully as does this company they would be just as prosperous AT meeting of State Farmers Institute in Frankfort lat week President Froman deplored the fact that politics hall crept into the organization If the farmers want results from their organization they will not allow politics tb enter for the institute will be killed and nothing for good accomplished If the farmers will only stand together for their interests and quit dabbling in politics they will hold tho balance of power in this country but the trouble is that at every meeting some 2x4 politician jumps in aid kicks all the latin the fire A compact organization of farmers rwould revolutionize mattters in thjs country TEDDY Roosevelt Bwana Tumbo It ts the natives called him has killed about all the wild animals in Africa and now made a header for home By the way the enthusiasm Ted is creating is making our old friend Tan tremble in his boots Taft wants a second nomi nation and the fact that feeling for nominating Teddy is spreading like wild lire is causing much unrest for the big President Preparations for Roosevelt Qayln New York are now In progress and It is said that the event will almost depopulate Washington all the politicans desiring to attend the celebration and gel on the Roosevelt band wagon A MAS who has juSt been sentenced to prison in Chicago for horsestealing is said to have made his living foryears by writing hymns and sacred songs for schools We see nothing startling in this as so many mengo to church aid- cutft religious spludge on Sunday and then oppress and kniCe their fellowmen during the other six days of the week The Sundayonly Christian Is far worso than the horse thief DID you over notice that when a woman who has cut glass and nice silver has as her guest a woman who also has these luxuries she likes to arranger her spoons in such a way that the guest will f iso tho wrong one WATT for the only skwujHwe name iftu HIe e14 wW Mkiiit JJMIIM r J i ac THE National Rouse paid no attention to Washingtons birthday doubtless because they think George has been forgot ten It does seem strange that the law makers would losu an opportunity to adjourn however as such a good chance is seldom allowed to pass Its only we poor people who have to work who are compelled to loso sight of tho many legal holidiys THE New York suffragist Mrs Powell advocates a kissing campaign by women suffragists saying that no mere male voter would be irrissitible to an argument of that kind from the lips of a goodlook ing girl Certainly this might remove to some extent the oftrepeated objection to women in politics ALTHOUGH the session is near a close members of the legislature continue to introduce bills when there is not a shadow of a chance for their passage This of course is done for effect so the members may go home and tell what they tried to do THE wets succeeding in killing every temperance law offered in the Legisla Lure They had the money and with that at hand it seems possible to ac om plish most anythingtheso days MARKET reports say brooms will advance to one dollar apiece This is discouraging to poor married men who suffer from quarrelsome wives CHEER up meat boycotters Things are bad now but theyre going to be worse market experts say LOOK pver your change carefullya messariger boy in New York has just lost a 10000 bill OXE waylostartariot these days is to ask a Republican what ho thinks of the Payne tariff la I Socialand peis ail Mr Elmer Parrish is in Louisville on businessMr Stone of Louisville has been a visitor here Mr Henry James is recovering from his recent severe illness Mrs Will ilyers has been quite ill at her homo on Main street Mrs It L Snide of London is the guest of Mrs J A Stevens Mrs Halo Dean is in Louisville the guest of Mrs James H Logan Mrs Alex W Parrish and son John arc visiting relatives in Lexington MissRuth Crowo has been spending a few days with friends in Winchester- Mr and Mrs Warfield Bennett are at homo after a dolightfulJrip in the East Charlie George who is ill with la grippe wo are glad to report better Mrs Samuel Gordon of Nicholasville is the guestof her son Mr B D Gor don Mrs A T Mitchell and daughter of Nicholasville are guests of Mrs H C Jasper IL D Blanton of New Yorkhas been visiting hisfatherTrvVli BIanf6n in the county Mrs James Winn Winchester is the guest of Her mother Mrs Elizabeth Miller Miss Bessie Shugars of Lancaster has been visiting liefsister Mrs Jonas Rucker The condition of Mrs Robt Millerls wo are delighted to report very much improved r Mr Cecil Traypor went to Danville Saturday to see his mother who rinains critically ill v Mrs Halo Dearuuid 3UssMadgo Buf nam haVo returned from a wcokirsuiy in Cincinnati rMiss Francos McFarland tias roiurn l to Lexington after a pleasant visit to friendshcre AVG Kemper cashier of the progres she Peoples Bank at Paint Lick was in town Monday Mr L ELane was the this weak of the family of John W JM8ia1 MtStcrling r MrsSQilbert GriaMsrnl lpukuN- ofSe arvNMr 4- rsiF5it P 4 thii4dingXeFiul la Cynthiaoa- Mlk FMRM XeFulftad W Lulagtoti MI riD kJMr ho i1tc a MA VUk to MM LiiirTM frr a1Il4c4tl il lII jl returned Monday from a visit in iRich mond much improved in health Miss AnnollJTomlJson of Lancaster has been a recent guestof her uncre Mr John S Marrs at Hotel Glyndon Miss Kate V Schmidt has returned from the cities where she purchased her beautiful line of Spring Millinery Mrs W II Shanks after a visit tohei parOntsMr and Mrs T E Baldwin lies returned to her home in Stanford Lexington Led on Miss Alone Hanna came home this week afterbeing the guest of Miss Julia White in Richmond Misses Gertrude Barnett Alice Pharis Dell Parrish and Irene Sowell of Win chester were visitors in this city Fri day Mrs Mary B Miller was a visitor in Lexington Friday to witness the performance by The Arcadians at the Opera House Mrs Ollie Chambers was called to Harrodsburg Monday to attend the funeral of Claude Chambers who died in that city Sunday Francis the pretty little daughter of Mr and Mrs B Duke Gordon was painfully injured Friday by falling against an open grate Irvine IIeraldR O of the firm of Oldhain Lackey furniture dealers andundortakers Richmond was heroon business last week Her many friends will be glad to learn that Mrs A T Chenault is rapidly re covering from a recent illness and is able to get abut in her room Mrs Joseph Chenault and children and Mrs James Crutcher have been in Lexington the guests of Mrs C D Chenault on North Limestone C E Woods of this city delivered an address in Lexington Sunday before the Y M C A The papers of that city speak well of Mr Woods remarks Mrs Ella Farley and daughter Caroline returned Saturday from Indianapo Parleyboug1itaiimiiienso finery Miss Belie Bennett wa a visitor in Lexington Friday and delivered an address before the Lecture Class The speaker told of the national movement to have women appointed on the execu the boards of the churches ThQ Womans Club met in the Elks ClubRooms Monday afternoon and an interesting session enjoyed Mrs Thor prosident duringbomqetingvilIbetime MIss Carpent r will give a talk on tho Passion Play as she saw it The Mary Pattie Music Ci bascharmingly entertained the past week by Miss Fannie Wilglng The subject Symphony FrenchFannielion Ray Million Mrs Robert Boggs and Mrs Neville Moberly After they well rendered program a delightful and elegant lunch eonwas served Quite a number of guests were present Lancaster RecordMrs Joe Boggs of Richmond is the guest of Mr J D Gulloy and family Mrs Ethel West Darnold Of Normal school Richmond was here forVeveral ISalieon Saturday and Sunday Charlie Tcvis spent a few days with friends in Rich mond Miss Mary Elmoro a student at the Normal school Richmond was at homeSunday Miss Booyerof Rich mond aw experienced trained nurse is ministering to littlo Elizabeth Simpson After killing lOOOworthof pigs and fowls etc a big wolf waS run to earth and killed in uper Uoss county Ohio last week The wolf was cornered in a baMttvHogaadslnslied with anaxej Itweighed nearly 50 pounds FoodhiaiaraeiaItodo with the production 6f e sA hen is only a Jnachiw fp tHrnifl various kinds of Ithisny eggs for it is from this that eggs kre manufactured The crep season of 1010 will bo char eerjwitMssed IIse in4 IR atren aid to pukryiry pecis ud- rkeg donhit4everifore General tCMikiB ahas wW six regis StockwellAbwdMllJV 1lJ Kwki o4 this i11JuItwii MsNsm i- iu1jwn CIt l j j J 4a lELMSS STMNi SPEECII Vigorously Opposes Pending Bill on Ocean Mail Sub ai dyOur Diplomacy Faulty KentuckianDeclares Ship Sub sidies Will Not Bring De sired Results IBy Associated Press Washington IX C Feb 21VIgor ously opposing mail steamship subsidies Representative Helm of Kentucky in a speech in tho House today declared that the United States government was being converted into a gigantio pawn brokers shop for tlje purpose of extend ing trade He insisted that subsidies had not built up the maritime interests of the United States- I do not subscribe to that course or policy that would convert this govern ment into a gigantic pawnbrokers shop in order to acquire trade declared Mr Helm I do not think we are materi ally improving our trade relations with Central and South America by attempting to put men selected at Washington in control of the governments of certain of those countries In my opinion it will require something more than subsi dy to overcome the adverse fooling en gendered by our present policy in that zone of the Western Hemisphere which should bo our best market I am apprehensive that the good ef fects of former Secretary Roots visit to the Central anti South American republic looking to closer and more cordial relationships with these governments has been largely discounted by our more recent domineering policy there I fear some blunders and mistakes have been made That quarter of the globe Is on the eve of great development from which wo arjo in position to reap sonic of the benefits anti I surely believe that the Root policy will yield us bettor returns than the coercive policy It Tariff laws Mr Hahn declared had made tho United States a dear market It is as unreasonable he added for us to expecttho foreigner to pur chase in a protected market where the seller insists on his profits that arise by operation of law as it is to expect the individual to do his shoppinj at the highest priced store in any given locality The report of the Commissioner of Navigation shows that we have three subsidized lines on the Carribean route and the full complete and final answer to all arguments in support of subsidy as a trade producer is that notwith standing these subsidized lines our trade in that sphere has decreased in stead of increased Mr Helm concluded his remarks by declaring his opposition to subsidy of any kind t The applause that greeted Mr Helm whonhe first arose evidenced the high esteem in which ho is already held among the older members The inter est anti applause accorded liim through out was evidence of the worth of his speech which was about an hour in length Mr Helm has seldom talked- excepttonnswer roll calls ho claims to have answered more than any other member who has been thero less than three years but when ho does talk ho evidently studies and prepares what ha has to say This was oven more evi dent in his speech of last Thursday than it was in his speech on tins tariff at the extra session His position on the Insular Affairs Committee has given him an opportunity to study the mail subsidy grab in nil its phases and ho has improved said opportunities- Mr helm arrived homo Saturday to attend the meeting of the district Con gressional committee at Nicholasville on ThursdayJHe says ho has confidence in the wisdom of the committee ana is only asking thqm to give him a pri mary in which all of Che Democratic voters can have n say and which will be fair to as man or as few as want to run against him for the nomination Stan ford Interior Journal Corn Banner Cropof State Qur tobacco crop this year is said to amount to 350tOOOOOO pounds yet valuing it at ten cents per pound and adding to this value that of our hay wheat oats aqcf potato cropswe should still lack somo millions of dollars of the total value of the corn produced in the State in 1800 These fig ures servo to give an idea of the importance of corn to Kentucky It is Intact our main crop and it is completely adapted to our soils and climate We grow no crop more closely fitted to our conditions none that we understand better and none that is capable of adding so much to the wealth and comfort of farmers With the same expend ture of intelligent efforts in itsimprovo ment If we can add a single bushel to our average of about 20 bushels per acre it will mcanan addition of about three millions of bushels to our annual crop and at CO cents this means an ad dition of from a million aiS a half to two millions to its value Wo have as good corn land as the States north of the Ohio River and our average yield per nero should eventually go toi thirtyfive or forty bushels As to Scandal onlyhaUadage It is well to pear this in mind while listening to the latest of scandal Never condemn your neighbor unheard however many the accusations which may be preferred against him Every story has two ways of beingtold and justice requires that you should hear the defense as well as the accusation predicament and remember that tho malignity of I Some Timely Thoughts We become like the things wo touch We take tho features of that wo look up on Witnessed vice makes us vicious depravity spreads Vileness becomes t less and loss repulsive the more we look I at it Evil communications corrupt good manners An immense amount of adult depravity had its laid for it In tho childs first street is Satans nursery and foundationI erature his circulating libr wayi isIing The average boy that runs thoi streets 5s a bad If 11boynotThinking ivliOIs lund ohhs the mind bMfaks tho edge of moral dehlca filltthoindelicately sculptured indecency andea1tbtwaeu1htI4t lit d pt tic t Te TRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE = =H==H= =f ar rEvidently from Danville A girl graduate thus described the manner in which a goat butted a boy out of the yard He hurled the previous end of his anatomy against the boys afterwards with an earnestness and velocity which backed by the ponder osity of the goats avoirdupois imported a momentum that was not relaxed until lie had landed on terra firma beyond the pale of the goats jurisdiction Busy in Winchester The busiest plate in the city is now located on Wall street It is the police court and never in the history of tho city before was there so much business transacted hero If things get dull in ono line they start a cleaning up in another and hardly an hour in the day goes by without somehting happpcning Winchester Daily News Quite a contrast to conditions over here whorctho police court has almost shut up shop from lack of business Hard Times Menu Our special contributor Mrs Liveon Atmosphere author of that interesting book entitled Forty Days Without Feasting or thp Folly of Feeding When You Can Forgotlt sends in a menu which will prove a satisfying and inex pensive substitute for provender and yet fill the eye with a vision of abund ance Uccoipcs for tho various dishes may be found in her book Here is the menu which when prettily prepared will make any board groan no matter how well seasoned Blue Point Shells Chinese Nest EggSoup Gutta Perch Perch Planked Shoe Sole Hickory Club Sandwich Chipped Leg of Piano Smoked Breast of Tailors Ggpso Cigar Scraps with Mayonnaise Celluloid Comb Honey Stuffed Egg Coke agon N its IFire Crackers Dotted Swiss Notice Air persons knowing themselves in debted to Douglass Culton must settle immediately as we are compelled to collect these accounts AH accounts not settled by Jlarch 20 will bd put in hands of officers for collection at W 11 DOUGLASS C C COLTOS WynnOfiles Sank ofa1ntiok Ky AXDUNDIVIDED with theiPeoples your PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK Fountain Problem Solved pen la soiledlugnodropper nothing ofCanUeakjwonhweat skip ola0Cleinsiteelf Abigsuc- ceuCONKLJNS SellFitting Pen marks a new fount pen construction Far bet coats more than CoToledoOhIo ofbest won4eifnl I 14gPerrys DRUG STOREDrugs Paints Stationery 1Lj ras= f rs ====1 See Our Samples ofu Spring and Summer S1JLT SMade to your individual measure by the best concern the country U ii B STERN SONS New York Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed 1 Rice ArnoldiI1 HOUSEJ fi === A Slick Scheme Down in Christian county a man two negroes have been arrested for workinga slick and profitable scheme For the past several months tho stealing ofvaluable doss was almost a weekly occurrence and the disappearance of the canines was a source of worry to the owner When an advertisement appeared with the offer of a reward the dogs wore invariably returned and it was fnrilly noticed that two negroes happened find them alL Suspicion was aroused a little detective work disclosed the fact that the two negroes and a white man were engaged in the traffic and had made a neat sum ingath- ering in the offered J Country Life Best Country Lifo may involve hard work and the missing of many pleasures obtainable in cities but the motherwho has the chance of bringing up her chil dren in health and away from the temptation of cigarettes and saloons has a advantage if she succeeds in bringing them to maturity in unblem ished health and purity she has already done a good work in the world Jf she has taught them simple wholesome food she has given them one safeguard The boys probably will not thank us for advising against feeding them mivpu on pies and doughnuts but its good advice nevertheless Thereis an enduring ten derness in the lovd of a mother for her son that transcends all other affections of the heart Must Have Boxes A from Washington City says persons who in cities havent mail boxes in front of their residences may receive no mail after Juno 30 1910 They will not if a provision of the post office appropriation bill becomes a law Lettercarriers are prohibited from de livering any houses unless there is a mailbox the outside to receive It moans that Uncle Sam tired of having lila uniformed carriers wait for people to tko their time in answering their doorbells i willigreatJvice and possibly reduce the number of rqquired saving of 100000 estimated Thu vast expenditure by the people to meet the provisions of this bill in the way of providing new mailboxes is estimated at approximately 20000000 The average mailbox costs one dollar OFFICERS DIRECTORS E L Woods President Marion Coy 11 Arnold W C Fish VPrcsidont II Woods R Guyn CAPITAL STOCK 8 1000000 0SUU1LUS Piioms 1100000 DEPOSITS A 10000000 Your Banking no matter how large nomatter how small TilE PEOPLES BANK will give careful attention This message applies to women and men alike Come in and see us wo are always glad to see you The Safest and Most Convenient Way to da Your Easiness Is Through a Dank With ample Surplus and Assets with years of experience Banks of Paint Lick Ky Stands ready to servo you Your business is invited with the assurance tliatcvcry accommc latioinyii istcnt with safety and commensurate to balance will be extended dlVE US A TRIAL AX1 WE WILL Piton IT KY I q Pen I A Allfountninpen troubles fountain at no to take smoothly without era in 0and no D in and to and rewards and to special live and at arriers A Capital else Like TRsDzlIARr s Ioe f t I y ft l f il o J 1fi7 l 1 s JII S white great on it is is L G it 2 J t i Does Not Color Hair Ayers Hair Vigor as now made from our new improved formula does not stain or color the hair even to the slightest degree Gray hair white hair blonde hair is not made a shade darker But it certainly does stop falling hair No question about that Does not change lAs color of the Aol Formula riib ech boUla Show It to your AlJersAskhliibollU Indeed we believe it will stop every case of falling hair unless there is some very unusual complication something greatly affecting the general health Tbea you should onsultyovrpbysici3fl Also ask him about the new Vigor Mad by tts J CAy or Co loweU UaaL Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden Flora I wish to announce to the public that I have on hand a handsome line of monuments and grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 32tf O II Plea Assignee To Horsemen Tho Climax calls attention of horse men to the fact that wo have just re ceived now typo etc andare better prepared than over to print horse and jack cards Our prices are very reason able and the quality of the work can not Lbo equaled We will save you money and give you a good job of work t- fPUBLICSALE Having decided to locate in the West I will o- nSaturday McL 12th 1910 at 10 oclock A jr offer at public sale on the premises Best Vacant Lot in Richmond This lot is located on High Street between the residences of Dr Smoot and Prof Sharon it has a front of 70 feet by 247 It is fenced and severed and has fine natural drainage It is ready for building and with its fine location In the best residential district in town will afford a splendid opportunity for some one to buy a site on which to erect a nice house This sale will be an invaluable chance to any one planning to luild Dont forget the dato Saturday March 12th TERMS made known on day of sale For sale also privately nice combined years old Rex Pevino mare R WColyerL- ong Tom Chenault Auct Estray Hog A black boar hog weighing about 150 pound disappeared from my place on Summit about two weeks ago Reward will bo paid for return ft John Adams Notice to Creditors All persons having claims agains the estate of W A Thomas deceased are hereby notified to file the same proper orIbe barred Stato Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky Admr of W A Thomas It E TrolLEY Hair Hair Hair I am paying hightest cash prices f r combings and clipped hair Braids pI curls chignons made to order nrdressing anddying shillf ully done F lug hair baldness and scalp disease specialty Superfluous hair removal from face and arms I have a om ploto line of toilet articles always 01 hand Mrs J C George IPone 430 142 E Main St Tobacco canvas from 212 cts up at f1tfJADobrowskvs 23ftfOur Lamb Chops Are So Good I that some of our customers ft have them every day for weeks at a time We dont j advise you to do thatbut IUIare so crazy for them Our Other Meats are Prime Too We would like just one order from you so we can prove it C C CULTONpLSuccessor i231 W 12aIOLIVER PLOWS TORNADO AND BELLVIEW Disc Harrows with our without tongue trucks Moline Cane Plows The Old Reliab- leStudebalier Wagons Remember we are Headquarters for every thing in the Hardware Line BBShackelfordCo Telephone 33 7 c I c I f OF THE FACT 0thatwesell Furniture Carpets Rugs Druggets Lace Curtains Mattings Stoves and all Supplies for the Home Or Easy Payments 0SAVE YOUR BANK ACCOUNT 2 0 salaryLet i Make a note of the fact that we save you IOta 20 per cent ON CASH PURCHASESr r vLUMANANDHIGfilNS HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Oppose Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTUCKY We are Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies for all Mackiaee DA P7 t h 7Lt- t Iii T r Ii r c iwiiT Est EndMiltsJ 73 Sanders Co PropsLRichmond Ken ucky We are in the market for What nd Corn at i the highest cash market price and keep on handset all times Flour Meal SMpsttifhikeA Feed Cracked Cofn arid Graham Flour We exchangingboth i mers trade M Our Motto ia ulil TO and Let Live Give us a chance and watch ns grow J B Sanders Go V located at RM Crossing on Irrlnt Street Pohne 57 jJunond Kentucky UJI U 4J U tL FRESH OYSTERS =GOOD iuwu COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Groceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco Comer Mnin and SecondRICHMOND KY FRESH OYSTERS n ten IrI 0I M WIDESSIn the Market for all kinds of Thirst Skunks Possums Musk Rats Etc B3 sure and call me over phone before selling as I can save you money M WIDESTELJEPHONE3O3 203 Estill AvenueRICHMOND KY rfuI Best Groceries I AT THE Lowest Prices may always be found at GurstoreWe handle the best goods on the market ab solutely pure and Fresh New Clean We have all kinds of Fancy Groceries as well as the Staples and can fill your wants on shortest notice A tiitl order will satisfy you that we strive to please Your patronage appreciated i JAMES B PARKECASH STORE Phone 624 FIRST STREET Its Building Time ft st 1 2 j2 4If you intend to erect a house store OUSbarn or other buildings IvIll 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 arpenters lines l f et s JEFF STONE ti otb 11itJintown i7 118ti L BrhwiSers k Co Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sUcks Poplar laths Write f JASTEVE f VT T HICKS tf r Richmond Ky For Sale Privately Sinco the iloath of iny father who at tended to our jack stock I find I cannot Jive them the attention thoy should have and attend to my office I will therefore sell privately tho following stock nine Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years old All well bred 6 keady for service good olors well broke Also 10 jennets running from 1 colt to aged jennet well bred 5 bred toNapolcon No 821 Call on or ad dress mo at Richmond Ky l5tf ROTO WHITE It is always cheapest in the long run to get the best We do the very b- estConcrete WorkGive us your order and you will be well pleasedlnd thorn ly satisfied ft K StonePh- one 432 James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Arty business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See Him if his services are needed Dr C H Mainhart Graduate Veterlnaij tc liege ot Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon Office at J R Axbills Stable Office Phono 99 Res Phone 532 f Richmond Kj Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block LO DlL OlIENAULTA- XTORNEYS AT LAW tlCHMOND KSHTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million B accessor toEanrfn Den- nyDENTIST Over State BanS Trust Company TKLEPSONE S JairyM Blanton a DENTIST iOce Ui 1ennett BuIcin i1vIRLEP 44PitG SOLLlVr ATTOBNBYATLAV illOHMOND KENTUCKY Jffice over State Bank TiustCo op absite Court House on Main Street Dr Rbbt C Boggs Dentist Telephonj 267 Office in Oldham Building iJ G BOSLEY Physician and SurgeonO- ffice over Stanlfer Sopere Rooms 2 und 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone Res Phone 210 SterlingIClothes I ARE THE BEST CLOTHES briSI Berchv Tailored Ready to 3 Wetvr GuaranteediDofc to- wior Fade t0 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest to largest fmanNewest stock in city to select from jFinejLine New Style HatsS and Furnishing GooasSuft Cases Trunks Umbrellas eJcat lowest prices fOr high clasSgoosS J BStoufferOfckst bClqtbkak sd T1IQCiOJfifJI 9 n jI IflQII EiI iRichni lClimaiJr NUBta Lift THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO IncorporatedI A D MILLER Piost and Mgr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor llrastire 0 PRESS uj FUDUSIERS LEAGUE FBICE f100 PER YEAR- IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAR 3 1910 FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce liOn HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county a candidate to succeed himself in Congress from this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party She Wasnt Afraid A crowd gathered on the street to watch a handsome fox terrier that was running about nose in air White frothwas running from tho dogs month5SHas mad yelled a fatman The fox terrier stood in the center of tho group with wide open eyes either too mad or too frightened to move At this juncture the policeman ar rived A dozen vplces began to tell him that the dog was mad that it must be killed that It bad been snap ping at the children that it began to froth when it passed a pool of water and how best to shoot A tall quiet looking woman pushed through the crowd and started toward the dog A dozen men yelled at her Two or three men grabbed at her She picked the dog up and started out of the crowd The policeman stopped herwlth- Madam that dog Is mad He must be shot Look at the foam coming out of his mouth- Foam she said contemptuously Thats a cream puff ho was eating St Louis PostDispatch Printing a Coin on Linen The print of a silver coin or medal may be made on silk or linen by dipping the fabric In n solution of nitrate of silver and stretching it over the face of the coin until tho Image Is im- prInted The linen Is sensitized by dip- pIng it Into a solution of nitrate of silver made by dissolving sixty or eighty grains of nitrate of silver In one ounco of water Wet the portion of the cloth which Is to receive tho impression in the solution and when nearly dry draw it over the face of the coin and tie it at the back Expose ton weak light and In a few minutes the raised design of the coin will appear on the linen As soon as the print is dark enough remove and wash In clear water When nearly dry iron it smooth with a warm iron placing a piece of tissue paper over the print In printing from the colnor medal it is advisable to paste a piece of paper on the reverse side so that the silver will not come In contact with the sen sitized fabric Student of Shakespeare The office boy sat In the corner busily engaged In reading a book Strange to say It was not The Adventures of Bunko Jim Daisy Dean the Demon Detective nor even a thrilling narra tIc of more or less correct life on the plains Ho was reading Shakespeare An expression of peace and joy was on his face that caused those who knew hIm to wonder If he had at last experienced a change of heart His eyes sparkled and his whole expression was one of happiness Finally be turned to a worker at another desk Say Jim he said Ive got a question for you Did you ever read Shake speare Yep was the reply And dyer know what be talks aboutV Ycp v Den maybe you caji help me Wlatis Ri SVell I want to know which was de man Romeo orJuilet Youths Com panion Losing His Mind Mother guess youd better send for the doctor gasped Uncle Charlie Sea- Ter as he sank Into n chair and rocked back and forth holding his gray bead Sakes alive Ye havent beennnd got the misery In ycr head have ye Si las gasped his astonished wife drop ing a pie tin I dunno whats the matter but Ive alwus had a hunch my mind d go some time Its cum 1 guess I no tlced th trouble fust last week when I plumb forget to go up nu swear off th 100 assessment till It was t6o late Then 1 neglected to go to th school mectln last night to fight agin the new commissioner But wuss and wnss didnt guess within eleven pound seven ounces of th weight of Wal Weavers big hog killed today I guess my mind has gone nfl right Im about ai In Puck Tuning Forks Tho tuning fork was the Invention of John Stone royal trumpeter in 1811 Though the pitch of forks varies slightly with changes of the tempera ture or by rust they are the most accurate means of determining pitch Tuning forks are capable of being made of any pitch within certain tim its but those commonly used arethe- uotes A and C giving tile soundsrtp resented by the second and third spaces In fhetreblo stave An IncentiveL Wont you try to love me he sighed I have tried she replied kindly but firmly My rich aunt has Just died he went on In that case dear I will try again Puck rA Blunt Answer Mother to her daughtcri Youd bet ter accept Peter rayVdoar TIe Is a nice boy though he maynot be handsome After all good look fade dont they papa Father lintUer Fiie gende Blatter TM Vayii of Men Many a luau who would be unable to thud the family Blhle If Up hunted all da would have no dltllrulty Iii mi tlug his hand on the corUscriw evui- In ibo darfc Chicago Uec irdUernUlf SAn Empty Dream Bobby Say sis wJuttR a empty Cream Dotty One you havo when youve been sent to bed without any vupper Cleveland Leader A Safeguard To Children Oar two children of sr and elaht years have been since infancy sulj cr to cold Juadefeopi About three yeais Rito I started to use Folevs honey and TAT Bciltiiainevor failed to prevent and cure these trauJ ies Jlla theonly medicine I cast get the children to Jake witlwur a row TheabovdUom WC OrristPiR Qreea Hay Wit tlapljacs the pxpemne of thousand vf other men ef1ee V 114Uy td Tar I Mrw nwt ecopWbIItIpr V i u 0 Iij Her Snowball By MOLLE K WETHERELL Copyright 1 IAssociation Eleanor Bartow was one of the many young women who hammer on typewriter keys all day go to bed ns soon as they get home arise In the morning and begin hammering at tho keys again The only hope she had for any thing better was In saving from the meager salary received accumulating a pecuniary snowball and letting it roll and roll till It was a great mass But the snow was very thin and dry and cold and wouldnt pack Again and again she thought she had her ball started but it fell to pieces Sbe cal culated ahead so far as she was able In the matter of necessities but just when she expected to put something sizable Into her savings bank her shoes would give out or she would need a winter coat or some other arti cle of clothing and so it was a long while before she had got together even a hundred dollars Then her snowball began to pack and at the end of another year by dint of tho severest parsimony she had doubled her capital But just as she was feeling elated that she would be in receipt of 8 a year which she would not have to work for she was taken ill and nearly 50 of her say ings were paid out for doctors fees and medicines As soon as the plucky girl was well she began again and in another six months her snowball had recovered what it had lost From that time forward she did better She not only received an Increase of salary but her funds were paying interest There were backsets of course but when the semiannual figuring of Interest came round and she looked at her total It was always Increased till at length she bad got together a thousand dollars The recellng teller of the savings bank where she kept her funds was a nice looking young man and always when she made a deposit he smiled at her and had something pleasant to sayOne day there came a commercial panic Prices went down down down till securities could be bought in many cases for half their intrinsic value One day when Eleanor went to the bank to make a deposit her teller friend said to her There is an opportunity just now for you to make some money Take what you have in here and buy a few shares of some kind of stock Choose only what Is regarded as sound pay for it out and out and put it away He gave her a list of shares he considered good and the address of a bro ker The result of this advice was that she put all the money she bad In the stock of a corporation which could bo bought so far below par that she held what represented four times what she had paid Several years passed The panic was over and securities has reas- sumed their normal value One day Eleanor concluded to sell the shares she bad bought during the panic and put the money back in the savings bank Sbe knew nothing of banking so when the broker offered her his check she asked for currency instead lie sent out the check got it cashed and paid her fortyfive hundreddollar bills She went to the savings bank flushed with the thought of meeting her teller friend but on reaching It saw another face at the window She was told that The former teller had gone to the th National around the corner The clock In the savings bank stood at five minutes to 3 when Eleanor started for the th National bank and at two minutes of 3 when she reached the receiving tellers window On see- Ing Eleanor his face lighted with a smile but when she laid down her treasure his expression changed Youre too late to deposit that today he said Isnt tho closing hour 3 oclockr she asked Yfcs but Im too busy to attend to It today Heavens What can I do with it I shall be robbed Very well Ill take it bat I havent time to make a deposit ticket for you or give you a bank book Come to morrowSHo took the money and Eleanor saw him put it Inn safe Then the ret depositor took his place and the next When the window was closed it was 3 oclock The next morning Eleanor heard people talking about the failure of a bank Her checks blanched when she learned it was the jnstUutlou where she had put her snowball She bur ned to the place found the doors closed and a crowd of melnn holy people standing about Oh tile misery of that moment Hot tears were start- Ing from her eyes when she felt a tap on her shoulder Turning there stood her teller friend Putting his finger to his lips and walking away ho gave her a look that told her to follow him She did so and when they were alone he said Five minutes before you came to the bank with your money yesterday the directors decided not to open to- dAy I was told to give cut no in formation till this morning I tried tn send you awny and failed But you made no deposit in the bank and have nothing to show that you Intended to make one Your money is in my own private box 1 will bring it to you thl1 avcnlng And so he did That snowball Is now over 50000 and the bank teller man ages it as the capitalists husband A whole lot of farmers sled along on bare ground figuratively year after year as a result of not keeping such track of their operations as will enable them to know just where the leaks are The loss may be la the grain raised and sold it may ho In the dairy it may to some extent lie with shiftless careless hired men or it may ba traceable to a careless handling lml the farm made fertilizers but tever tho soufccs of loss In the of the farm a set of books nQt ssarllyelabornte would lQ of great assistance in placing re sponsibility for the trouble The first denatured alcohol plant to be built weft f the Mississippi river Is located at larshalitown la and starts up Feb 1 The outfit consists of seven tuidlnga and will cost com pleted S14COO Operating dRY anti night xlt will have capacity of 8000 gallons cf alcohol whlrh will consume 3200 bushels of corn daily The out put will he paro grain or ethyl alcohol and the denaturing agent which roust bQ mixed with it to mnte it unfit fcr drinking purposes wllj be added as required A force of twenty men in cluding four Government t Inspectors will operate tbe plant One of the chief points in favor of plants of this character la that grain that la partly spoiled for use as food may be used In iha manufacture of the product Plants properly equipped can also utll bt frosted potatoes fruit cteb fact any product llckbos a starchy con tent m h c aci Ce VI IT l Cream Vermifuge THE GUARWEEB WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TiNIC- BrwAnc or IMITATIONS THC Genuine pncpnt9 nr BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY AlIEN liON FARMERS It is being reported that we do not have the Vulcan plows or repairs We emphatically deny this report Wo havo both and expect to continue to handle them f9tf TAYLOR OLDHAM Tho Climaxl a year Bring your wheat and corn for ex change tothe new mill Phone 67 126tI J B Sanders O The famous little liver pills are De Witts Little Early Risers They are sale sure penile and easy lake When you ask for DeWltIs Caibolized Witch Hazel Salve refuse to accept a substitute or imitation Do Witts Val boiizud Witch Hazel Salve Is good for anything when you need a salve and it is especially good for piles Sold by All Druggists Mm u The Pip and the Slip Too much mince pie had done the lIck Little Maimle got a pain in her sash and had to go to bed The family physician and his top hint called and prescribed a pill Mat mies mother said very well but the family physician did not know Maimle and she was quite sure Maimle would not take the pill The family physi cian said ho would make it a sweet pill but Malmies mother replied that so long as It was a pill It would be no use Then the family physician was struck with a brilliant idea The pill should be craftily concealed in tho center of a preserved pear and sent up to little Maimle to eat An hour later Malmies mother went to see how her sweetest dear was going on She appeared to be going on excellently And did my pet eat all her pear inquired the fond mother Yes mumsle replied the little darling all but the nasty seed Theres many a slip twixt the pear and the pip London Answers Bituminous Coal The first bituminous coal mined in the United States states the United States geological survey was taken from what Is usually termed the Ilicb mond basin a small area In the south eastern portion of Virginia near the city of Richmond Thl basin is sltu htrd on the eastern margin of the Ilcdmont plateau thirteen miles above tidewater on the James river It lies In Goochlaud Ilcnrico Powhatan and Chesterfield counties The coal beds are much distorted and the coal is of rather low grade when compared with that from other districts with which It has to come Into competition The cccurrcnce of coal was known In the Richmond basin as early as 1700 nod II 17SD shipments were made to some of the northern states At present what little coal Is produced in this field is for local consumption only Scientific American Movement of Icebergs In the investigation of the currents round the coast of Newfoundland It has been observed that there Is at times a wide difference in the direction of the drift of icebergs and that of tho flat or pan Ice which having no great depth Is governed In its motions by the surface currents and the winds whereas the Icebergs the larger parts of which arc submerged to a great depth follow only the movement of the ocean water as a whole and are uninfluenced by the winds In consequence a huge berg may often be seen majestically maIntaining Its slOw advance in opposition to the wind aud- across the general motion of the fields c flat Ice surrounding It The sealers often fake advantage of this fact by mooring their vessels to an Iceberg In crdor to prevent a drift to leeward Philadelphia Record Hunting the Kangaroo When brought to bay the kangaroo jumps like a flash for the hunters chest and tilts to crush it In with hIs fore feet fo prevent this each man wears across his breast a two or three inch thick matting Armed with a spear with a club attachment at the other end they ride upon swift horses into a herd Vltb the agility and equi poise of circus riders they stand erect upon their horses and use their spears and clubs The kangaroo Is able to jump clear over a liorse As the game la bagged it is skinned and the skin Is stretched on the ground and pegged down to precut shrinkage The flesh furnishes meat for the camp Each man places his private mark upon his booty and when they have 100 apiece they return back to civilization Why He Searchd The old mail had evidently dropped something III the muddy road and be begat scare hlug for it In three mIn- utes about thirty strangers had joined In the search and every additional minute brought additional searchers till at last one bolder than the rest plucked up heart and spoke What are you looking for he In quired My frieudV mumbled the old man I have dropped a piece of taffy can- dY Dut great Sott cried another of the crowd angrily why do you go looking fur it when it will be covered with dirt Because my Inquisitive friend re plied the old man my false teeth are sticking to that taffy StrAnge Hiding Place False teeth atv occasionally used for secretive pnrj ea Au eccentric old lady boasts of roof plate which con sists of two thin sheets of gold between which u miniature cj py of her will la Insenrd In a similar manner u dyer prercrvcs a prescription which lie declares bt would not disclose for jsrgo staLoudon Mall Envious Just think of Itr said the student t Immigration Many men who Mme to this ctintry caunotwrlte their OrurU1I tS Yea answered Mr PiBchfieaay atd when get down ray checkbook- tai the frst of the mwiUi frfen Inclined to envy tbcra1 Washington Star Fljdig the reic They were beth bcsUea apby their spi ratio BWtIlestaiT theyve cffect l A rccniKMiittfoB nsd ore now tpeIrd 515 Lueis Stsr Then MX tiweber like MMttttar tk bei the m I of fit 0itiiat 1eidwit1Ic- i MM H MtiNTto MtU tJj n fj r p1i 13M95 ji The FavoriteS- EWING tl MACHINE Has a complete set of steel attachments hardened bearing afflat tension needle bar take up selfsetting needle a large- i ibobbin self threading shuttle a belt retainer automatic bobbin winder and an instruction book that is very easy to understand It is the very best machine that you can buy I lat f the price Ten years guarantee against all defects in material and workmanship J i Makis a Valuab i New Years Present for your Wifl 1 L U M AN AND H IG GIN S IVj HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTUCKY Weare Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies lor all Machines Dr Pennington Dentist Specialist Regulating teeth treating pirea Porcelain Gold inlays Office next door to Government building tf The Richmond Steam Laundry at your scrvl e Call or ring 52 Is your property insurodajainst fire Better see Brook and Smith and take a policy j122m God broadens lire for us only so last as we Intensify It What men deserve they sooner or later getltev C E- St John Unitarian Philadelphia Spiritual Discernment There Is no other discernment of spiritual truth but that which proceeds qnt of a pure heart and an obedient mind Rev W W Gil lies Meth odist Brooklyn Needed Doctrines In the school ad In the homo God Christ heaven hell faith bope char ity dutyall these doctrines and more are ueededCnrdinai Gibbons Koman Catholic Baltimore Ally of Domestic Happiness The greatest detenut ng factor In domestic happiness Is love and with out love In the heart there can be no happiness In the home Hev W W Bustard Baptist Boston A Great Factor Faith In God u the opposing factor In the great problems of life Faith In God Li the determining factor In the de velopment of mauV character Hev F W lllnulit Pn sbyterlin Danville Ky Divine Institutions The family tho state and tbo church are three great Institutions which derive their being and power tram God Each of these Institutions is In Its origin divine Rev O E Cralk Episco palian Louisville Ky Womans Strength The strongest woman In tho world Is not the richest the best educated the most graceful nor the one endowed with the greatest physical beauty but the purest woman Rev P W Snyder Presbyterian Pittsburg Need of Spiritual Life The full tides of spiritual life within the soul will neutralize tho force of temptation without A man In the midst of tbe burden bearing of middle life Is more In need Of divine grace and strength than at any other period Rev Dr John Thompson Methodist Episcopal Wheaton IlL The Tiny Vine llany a noble character has yielded to the tiny climbing of tbe Vine of a sinful habit and practice At first It was a small thing but by tolerance it grew and became stronger and stronger as the years passed by and alas tbe sad end has come Rev Dr Lou G Broughton Baptist Atlanta Go Opportunity and Responsibility When a man undertakes to discharge his responsibility b should not stand by waiting for some great opportunity or some unusually favorable occasion Tremendous results are often rooted In commonplace chances and in what seem to be unimportant incidents There Is great danger of our making too much of the great opportunity or the splendid chance Ve should pay more attention to the coniinonplnce things of lifeItev Dr Charles E Guthrie Methodist Episcopal Wash Ingtou Test of Complete Success Mere money making Is nut an index to complete success The knave and the fool may often do that Nor Is it the test of a mans success that many fawn upon him and flatter him while lila money bags are full that offices of honor aro thrust upon him in the day of his prosperity but this is the test that bis friends will be stanch and loyal to him lrn the time of his failure that many helping hands will bo reached out to him when hisplans miscarry and that oven through his poverty the esteem and respect of his associates will bo bin and that their confidence in his Integrity and uprightness will not be lessened Rev LcoAL Franklin Hebrew Detroit Mich Religion as an Economic Instrument Prominent among the subjects of today which are agitating all the people of the laud is tIle question of the cost ot living There is BO doubt that a large part of this question is economic and must find Its solution through eco nomic channels The economic remedy must of necessity take a long time In retting itself adopted Rut the Indl rldual always has wlthJn himself undeveloped resources of power of nIB ItYflK1apacty which with greater effort and greater skill be cat bring to the market and which will enable him to tarn the Jdeaumds which a more highly organized society forces apoa him ABM sack Instruments rellgtea te probably one ef the west useful and the nost serviceable There is nothing morn remarkable tiwii tile- way In which H truly religious maN rats eli sowcee tilCeTJe terms oUIJcHfeare fMb that be meet toile a reUgioM iIifVt eff awwiattow latererts xni h Wt q of wkh r peniuctlveJmlcSliurtrument loen mere tWo top ratite It create ww Power It oa ven streath t11i btfi-a aM1frWth fuss = beIIe =f l d 0 SsSS I I George EnotLs- liPLUMBING lII I L I Doctor for I J I Gas and Gasoline Engines l I Agents for Johnson Best System of WaEec Works I for country and suburban homes 210 E Main Street Phone 619l l RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 i j 4V Important Notice e or amzed for the purposed of cutting out the use of the Butchers High Priced Meats together with the poultry dealers are in condition to reach a satisfactory compromise through two men whose com bin ed wealth is less than 1000000 Listen and be Benefited v Cattle hogs shee p anffpoultry are rapidly heaping up heavy incomes for their producer and are as equally effec live in making paupers and crushing the laborer The irIcome from tobacco has gone skyward mules have gone cutIof sight the supervisors have thought it wise to send taxes higher horses ire too nigh Wluit is the matter Is it right The abovo two men of less than 1000000 capital should furnish a rebate from their line sufficient to offset all the extortionate prices they are paying for their meat and poultry These two men are willing to test thus experiment for one year in rebating to every purchaser sufficient to cause him to realize that moat is not the only high priced article he has bought Our rebates will come directly to purchasers who buy from us any price vehicle either tne Houghton Moyer or Columbus- or from any of our medium goods ranging in price from 540 to 85 for a full leather rubber tire neatly finished top buggy or any bugcry harness from a cheap set to the very finest with rolled lines and rolled bridle farm bridles col lars and pads hhlters hitch straps horse covers lap robes and storm aprons We carry the best roofing fo i the price We have a first class buggy painter and trimmer We also have a first class horseshoer und repairer of engines and all kinds of machinery We guarantee alh work and goods to be as represented No charge for repairing any work from our shops that is shown to be defectiveSYOu can use onr rebate if your beef has been too high and we will certainly appreciate order Call up or come down Very respectfullyI Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 z 1 w Quarters = We are established in our new quarters in the v old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for yourskins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in se- asonIhurman Grocery Company Penny Photos 20 for 25 Cents Four Positions The Schickel Studi McGaughey Moberley The Best Homes Are Bungalowsn See QID1iaflSMaterial the To Build THem AlL ds Lumber Doors Sash tlinloid and 2ply Fe1tRoofiiigS To4E4wards LumberCo KhI u qIo JL j T l T If I I nltllnnnnntmtnntnn1tttnntmnmmt t t i t ii it e c s S r kif S roLacco h J fi tt rr e I tYt1 p e t iA 01 NI SI c Ie 1 I s t S 3s erI t rSS e iS ewtc it r 5 1 t I I CAAiNl1AAkS 1111- t 1 z 0 E f 3 Y i fg I e r J tfIk rN r 0 J h 1 1 o f i e 1sS J oZ0 o c SA4 e I r 0 SC ee4 seQ I I 24 1 21 3 3crc01 01 o 011 e e tS Q eo Vs gg 01 S ceSa ssS 8 SI a e S S a 00IS eli SQ oSS og 4 SV a VVVVVf c c fV of sV 10 VS fg Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade- o gS SVs 0 II1 0 E0vVa ELDER Lj1ti oa cG KentuckySYao00 ss e e e e S I 0 e 0000e00OOO02000COOOOOOCOCG 8 iliumIuJ1V VII11IIll1ii ftLIll Dont ret the idea into youi mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building IiJIIIIIllh1IIII1IInISIvIiI IHullil III II1IIRIand let us convince you that ours is cniit yard your perplexities will end and your wants be saiisfactorliy 1HfedAsan experiment isnt t itworth trying r ED bAN rM COMPANY Teliuiiie 425 i1 Near L A Depot t New NewS NewI have just opened a large and handsome stock of vBeautifiil PaperVt5V in the Schlegel building on Third street and cordiall invite an inspection of same Wo are prepared to do FIRST CLASS PAPER HANGING on shortest notico and in the best manner Will appreciate a calLV Remember this paper is in stock and can be dono prompilyV L0 LEEDS House Painting Decorating Etc tOr Attractive Printing Draws Trade Let Us VSSVDo Yrs We Can Please f SSSV r1 Womans Friend T Nearly all women suffer at times from female ailments Some women suffer more acutely and more constantly than others But whether you have little pain or whether you suffer intensely you should take Wine of Cardui and get relief Cardui is a safe natural medicine for women tf prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in gredients It acts easily on the female organs and gives strength and tone to the who1e system TAKE MaterialV Wall w CARDUl I 4 The Womans Tonic Mrs Verna Wallace of Stiiger Tex tried CarduL She writes sping1takenWK no aTail to I took Cardoi and iflside oC8isc H Iwas able to do myhoosework Since thai my tro Mebal neverreturI1e Try it r AT ALT DRUG 8TOESS1 r P11gI RP- 4V VS If Worn en Only Knew What a Heap of Happiness It Would Bring tb Rich mond Homes Hani to do housework with an acts ing backV Brines you houra of misery at leisure or at workVIf women only knew the cause that Backache pains comes from kid neys Twould save much needlers woe Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kid neysV Many residents of this vicinity en dorse them Mrs Nelson Richmond Ave Mt cancEralnlyRive endorsement They have proven of thatIfhealth today I was nearly drivencwild on account of a constant andthehearJachlSince I takethiBremedwheneverI failstoFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cis NoivYork ltldtakeWe call for and deliver laundry wQrk promptly Satisfaction guaranteed LaundryV at allmpntYontake some good leliable d pendpfatp remedy In such cases we rcrmnpiul PillsTheseby thousands of people daily wfli fin results are for wink kMiifws wepkbaclc backache infhmrnntion of dinr1erpiold Hemp GrowersV1000 crop of river bottom and upland impartatiolSample phones Yourstruly J W GLASS SON j2015t Camp Nelson Ky Hoarse Coughs Stuffy Colds symptoms curefFoleysheals and eases the congested part mildlylaxativeAsk forPoloys Honey and Tar and re tocktoulSonWe are here to valet to the trade ol the town and country Citizens give B a trial J B SANDERS Co 128 tf Phone 57 dangeroutimesloss by having Brock fc Smith place you in a reliable company JJ22m Hamlet byanone cross and irritable causes mental resulttobeOOttletoday andJeveiaDdThthV fwI m FocSfc PriTaWj tft tore hooMM OM ec Mtifed bfJylr A OidlWB Hardware MotMtkatVff RN Swn VSShSSU= h VRELIGIOUS Gems Gleaned From the i Teachings of All Denominations toy 13 always more joyous whenjin d rulalh Iis a foundation of thought fUln ssitvv5letiuffey Epl- copall1DIllI1l1u t N Y VtPower of the Little Sin A little siu Is tfu thlii edge of the wedge and Whet once Inserted It can bo driven home till Jt splits cud ruins llalr1t1itn a not u num get a person to nwefrt tho gospel you must first male him thliik null thtl- lthlnkHe J W Chapman Evangel ist PblIadqlptilaV Christianitys Real Test The real test of Christianity Is In Its uplifting powtr It Is sojvlng social problems It Is providing the purest life we know It Is uuselUsbly Bring lUg more tangible comfort to the hu1 race than nil the other means Uev Johnston Myes tist ChIcagoV Rclfgion BarrI What the homing Instinct Is to tin bird religion ought to be tOVfl man Reason guided It by no morn than probability dictates a re ligiousness In a than A little religious ness of the right klud always argues tor more Itcv E n IC11CCVPresby tcrlan Detroit MichpA Towns Vsluabla Assets Good pen and good women are the most valuable assets III any commu nity We must drive out nil agencies which destroy manhood nurt riiltlvate all forces which utnUe tor the moral training of our ciuzJusl lp Ieople make the town nuil im iowu1V gooil VwhoseCharles Bayard Mitchell Mel udlsi Chicago Reward For Duty Doers No man need feii dfiiili III diifng UU duty because when tim ilint cunies foi him to be tnkelll1ll111I Misierw see to it The man who Is tilling his place In this work fully will liiirsi through Into bettertilings fur It Is impossible for a man who Is doing liU levelt est to remain In the same pos lion forever Kev Hubert Watson Presbyterian Clnclmmtl Danger of Prosperity What we want today is hint our pub lie men our business arid profosslonal men shall be not less but more re ligious than ever before Vlhey should bp not less but more Intellectual more earnest and more honest The greater our material prosperity the greaterthe danger that stares ns In the face If we Ignore the Uglier and better and no bIerth1nsItev John O Scott Bpls copallan Hot Springs Va Tha Ideal Religion Tho only religion that Is Ideal Is ocr talnly one wherein the religions Im pulses work spontaneously one where hlTIof our life ono wherein we love with out having to try to love and so with out being acutely conscious of the fact that we do love one wherein we do right Instinctively without realiza tion of effort and without effort one wherein our heart beats sympathetically with the heart of tied without need of quickening Its pulse without pill ticular realization that there Is any pulse there a religion In n word that Inheres In our life as not to be In anyway distinct from UteRevDr charles n ParUhnrst Presbyterian New Yoik More people are taking Foloys KitJr aay Jlsmedy every years It is cpnsid reUleligraUidnay iMl science can devisa Kidney die PMe8 cause more sickness end suffer thfdie8Il3tlertiobls4l44 X ttrll 44i j ti BEE i ttoS = = = te CLEARANCE SALE Begining Monday January 24and Ending- February 24VAll articles on which we feel ourselves overstocked will be marked down to prices that will sell tham aday Iron Clocks worth 1000 Sale Price 600- S day Wood Clocks worth 4 and 5 Sale Price3 and 4 Brass Jardiners and Brass Gern Dishes worth 250toS8SaleVPriceL25to5Ever- ything will be reduced in proportion Splendid opportunity to get goods of quality at bargain pr- icesLELANEBig Watch Signr 210 Main Street ====== =ERVV TALL REBEL By MARIA D FUREYV Copyright 1310 by American Press Asso elation On Holborn street in London Is a row of buildings that any sightseer passing on top of a motor bus would recognize at once as Laving been left among modern buildings from a past age It Is called the Staple inn and here Dr Johnson wrote his Idler One morning after the battle of Cul loden which ended the rebellion in Scotland led by the pretender three capturedlnITower A block stopped the sad cor tege One of the prisoners Mac olookinglarly handsome A lady looking from whimYou tall rebel you will soon bo lJeadI a pair of iaige and asked defer Does that give you pleasure mad amIt doesm hatIsTheprocession passed on and the lady withdrew from the window IacDou aIx soon after arriving at the Tower was about to be led out to executloji when the lieutenant rc celved an order for a stay Several days passed the prisoner expecting death all the while when the door of his cell was opened and the lady who had spoken to him from Staple Inn entered He looked at her in astonishment Wo have met before said the lady I remember you well madam But I nm at a loss as to the cause of this visit for I shall soon be headless and a headless man cannot servo a ladyV Nevertheless your height will be Improved And would you prefer me short ened I would You are too tall You seem interested hi cutting me down I am Interested In you As Herodlas was Interested In John Ile BaptistYour I admit has recently seriously concerned me Sj regret that I have not the power to give It to you I can leave It to you by will but I do not think the courts would regard the bequest of a rebel Doubtless there is some fair maid who would prize your heart If its possession would give you pleasure you would be welcome to it too could I bestow it upon you q would not deprive another of a coveted possession There Is none other would prize It But pray tell me to what may I attribute the honor of this v isitVA desire to see more of so good mannered a gentleman I rejoice that my manners please you madam and regret that my height docs not But you will be shortened Iylife will not be lengthened will not die in vain True I shall havo the consolation of giving you pleasureVJSay rather the pleasure of giving me pleasure My pleasure Is yours is It notr Will you not show your apprecia tion of iny devotion by leaving me to- repare for an end which may como at any mothentVIs my presence obnoxious to you UMV any other time it would be a pleasure to meVBut you wish to be alone Only on account of the nearness of deathWill nothing ruffle your politeness Xothlng will affect my appreciation for so charriilug a woman Why did you rebel against King George believed Scotland would be bene fited by Charles rdwnrdVThe tins Is a good man Doubtless She handed lilm a slip of paper Uo ran his eye over it It readVLet Lady have access to her tall rebel and be haoscd to her SGEOflGFXtV Something like a faint smile dawned upon the lipS of the prisoner Hla majesty he said Is very good to me to permit you to visit mo lie hnsbccn more tied to you than thatVDrawing a piece of parchment Iron her corsage she banded It to him It was n pardon beautifully engrossed within a decorative horder MacDou gal looked up at his visitor for a mo ment then sprang tom rd her auiIflung his arras about her Under d heartless banter she bad been talk lug the language ol love Do tad not Interpreted her correctly but now ho nudersjocd She suffereduo returned the embrace Why lId you rejoice at my op preaching death he asked Because you were an enemy of the king And what changed you Your innunernVITra Rather a womans weather cork nature And you alone have saved meVNo I have been ass ted by the Earl of Jontherlacd anti nil the county ri nocsVThe two passed out of the Tower together History saysinotbJnji the future of either though they were real characters If the liens should scratch the cover ing from the strawberry bed during th ofebare spots should be recovered as It Is the late winter and early spring freezing that plays smash with the plants The feed forbrood animals of what ever kind should be flesh and bone building rather than fatforming On this account the corn should be re duced to a minimum and oats bran barley pens alfalfa and clover substituted s Intrengthweeds It is just as great a compliment to the soli and a good deal great er one to the fellow who works It if It some more useful th peanWe saw a team of 400 horses the ther day which had been driven to own all asweat and were allowed to stand without blanketing The man ho Is compelled to buy such a team ill concede that this kind of treatment Is likely to prove a bit expen sive There are quito a good many things to take Into account In getting ready for the spraying campaign and for reason preparations should be ade some time before the actual work is begun Not only should the chemicals be on hand for the various solutions which are to bo used but Ire spray tank hose cutoff nozzle etc should ba carefully Inspected The check habit is a mighty good habit to get Into not only because it means that a fellow who uses a checkbook has money In the bank but also that when a bill hits been paid byGcheck not the stub but the c theleddence that the account for which it was drawn isis been paid More men ought to have money In tho bank and more ought to use check books Some observations which have been made by the poultry department of the Maine Agricultural college show that eggs from hens kept In houses with curtain Instead of tight board fronts arc not only more fertile but produce a larger per cent of strong chicks This is attributed to the facfj that with the curtain front the houses are better v lientilatedous physical condition on the part of tho hens which accounts for eggs of greater vitality Every orchard owner who would at tain best results in ttmanagement of his trees should spray them at tbo proper season for the several pests which may affect them and to do this most effectively be should have In his possession the spraying calendar sued by his state experiment station This not oqly tells when to spray andohow but gives the formulas for the spray mixtures which should bo usedt for the several kinds of fruit trees and shrubs and bow to prepare them Such bulletins are suited to the sea sonal needs of the states In which they are publishedtNot infrequently tire cow In the herd that gives the largest flow of milk may be the most unprofitable due to her large consumption of food and the low per cent of butter fat In her milk Cows vary from 275 to C per cent lit butter fat showing and the only accu rate way of telling where on the scale they belong Is to apply the Babcock or butter fat test It may be a bit bard to act on the results of the test and dispose of animals that ore riot paying for their keep previously supposed to be money makers but It Is the only course to follow If a fellow is In the dairy business for the money there Ii IgIn it rather than for glory and liealtb Perhaps no figures that have lately Iobeen published give a better Idea the ruthless destruction of our timber resources as a country than the statIc tics of the cut of white pine and In cluded species for the year mos That tfeetlorMinnesota which for several years past has led in white pine production produced 448512000 feet less than In 1001 Wisconsin ranked second in the of white pine while Michigan which in years gone by used to lent all states was outranked by three New England states which were strip ped years ago but are now coming to the front with a second growth pIne The Kansas experiment station recently concluded some experiments with a view to determining the cost of egg production Two pens of fowls were taken ono of White Plymouth nocks and the other of White Leg horns Tab was kept on the hens be tween Feb 1 and Oct 1 1009 Thy best two hens In Its first pen iUd 181 anti 174 eggs each respectively the average of the whole pen ida g 14S eggs per hen The total Cst of receiptfromover cost of feed of 1775ut about 161 per hen for the eight months While the best hen Mu tbi pen of White Leghorns made record of only 172 eggs the average of the whole pen was 152 eggs InthO case of the Leghorns thin cost of the feed was about a cent less per month while the net profit on eggs above cost of teed was 181 per hen 1WHEN YOU WANT PRINTINGCONSULT THEV THE CLIMAX t f REMHJS THOUGHT 4Fr5 the Tsldni ef All Defit4ss GodsVraee to gives V kelp people to tie what they ought to doRey- CbArtw L Wertfc Pmbytertea Ak roaOVPIIrVVDatinVOnly by ptela dealing caa paremts and teaclftnr be able to Influeace the life of the hey toward tie thlags for ivfetck a boy was made Rer H T MHeIman Baptist PhIladelpbtaV The Christian IdVDown through the ureot character the life of lnJHect and thLe life of theV flech the power of tbe Christian 14ia of the universe goes like the balm of GUeatl1ieT George A Gordoa eoJ leat1oBAUlt Boston UnuUfiM LIre Morality la the unaattefied life Be hind ererj good jdeed there stands the majesty of the moral law which makes a man never ntisfled wjtb blmaelf Slick morality is identical with tbe true religion Bev Leslie B Learned Episcopalian Pasadena Cal Reck of AsThe breakers and foam may cover the rocks aWhUebut when storm subsides the rockiareaUn there to weather a other storms Ifans fleeting foam and high Bounding breakers are helpless against the Rock Ages RAV F Watson Hanna Epis copalian Brooklyn Mission of Misfortunes Every woman carries a gold mine uncovered Just as every man has an undeveloped Iron mine bidden in hIs heart The misfortunes of are often not punishments but discipline and love tokens permitted or sent to call out the hidden reserves Rev Dr Newell Dwight Hlllis Congregational 1st Brooklyn tNeglecting the Church To neglect the church in her various terests in her c mplex and many ded mission and leave her unequip ped or without the men and women necessary to do the work which the Lord has given to her to do is like a ItlmselrBevSanAntonlo Tex- Making t a Touchdown Life is nothing more or less than a bill football game TIm more we can buck the line and undergo the punish ment of the game the mere I will help- su In making a successful touchdown In a real football game there is one nan who seldom has a chance to make a touchdown Its the center In life everYmlUl has a chance to mako a ucbdownRev David B Matthews Episcopalian Brockton Mass God as Mans Great Help Mans ship Is useful only when it is filled and swept forward by Gods trade winds mans engine serves only when it is driven by Gods lightnings mans wheels turn around only when they are pounded upon by the rivers current mans intellect needs the im pact of Gods truth man in order to- od good work must leo the heavens open and Christ standing by the throne God This vision of the eternal od who can carry on his work makes e toiler equal to any task Rev Dr Newell Dwight Hillls Congregational ist Brooklyn Most Fruitful Hours The pleasantest hours are not al trqeindeedsalmthat our lifes Strength Is labor and sorrow There life many of the plcasantwt hours which we might just as well forget and there are many- monga the dark hours which have left behind a lasting blessing The moot fruitful and valuable hours those which give most impetus to the inner fe are as a rule not the pleasant hours ot enjoyment and mirth but s Strugglewhich one would not part with for any pidceflet Ernest X Tappert Lutheran New Yorki j Doing Good Society is like the planetary system which Js composed of greater and less or bodies held together by reciprocal forces Tko moon is the smallest body f pur system and ret what control she sways in the flow and ebb of the ocean tides How ranch we would miss her monthly visits when ehe abed over tbe earth her pale and sUe very light She generously shares with us the effulgence she borrows from he great orb of day And so no mat ter how insignificant you may be you can exert some beneficent power over the tide and flow of human passions and Sltrusea calm and blessed light on those that fall within your environ ment Cardinal James Gibbons Ro man Catholic Baltimore LOOICUPV The man who always looks doWn- caunot aspire There Is a purpose in our noble aspirations The unattained beckons us onward To look up means to lift up Tia not what man does which exalts him says Browning but what man would do Our stand ard will rise higher and higher as we o from strength to strength Our longings foretell our destiny We mist- ookl down at times to get a clear Idea f lifes details but if we wish to see their proper relation to the great is sues of life we must look up If we simply look at our feet how limited becomes our TlslonBy lifting up our eyes on high we see the vast arch hat spans the heavens It is then we ee with Emerson what majestic beau ies daily wrap us in their bosom or with Ruskin study the mystery of distant mountain blue hear with Ten nysdn the sea waves break upon the cbld gray stones or stand entranced with Newton until the stars rIse Rev J WRoberts Congregatiofulbt New York VVVVVVVVVV Good Coal Saves Money We handle the very best grades including th e celebratedRich JELLICO COAL and prices arejust aw low can be found anywhere Wappreciate your order aa fuarantee full weight and satisfaction A trial order will convince ydu that our coal is a little bitter than you have been getting elsewhere t J SJ tThorpe Cq 4 rViV IGood Things Eat I we aT Whether jr al delic1 I quality mlaolutely dependable product enters this store I f Ieacystand examination article U chosen from many Dflered because It has merit ProtedIbrand competes for pref nd none a piece on our helves IK U tall to I IIIHndardofqualitytats for representation in our line isr I ELECTA COFFEE Itofanddrycuringyor II oftheoftitself would make Elect worth than other cOffeesVa Ibeforesadthegl- oriousaroznaTateand I i SVVOfl I Telephone 35 I II Special Attention is called to the Wm J OliverV IMPROVED CHILLED PLOW unquestionably the best on the market We Also Handle the I Vulcan Plow and All Vulcan Repairs Taylor Oldham Dealers in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street I A Hard Blow for you if you were to lose the receipts and cash you now carry about How much bolter oil you would be if you had an account at this bank Then your cash would bo always safe Tho can celled checks would bo receipts that could be verified at any timeV Think it over and youll Start Today tate Bank and Trust Company Richmond Kentucky retEvaporated Fruit The bestCanned Goods and the choi 1 cest brands oi Fancy Groceries We jv make it a point to combine quality Y with quanfity andalways at the lowest of market prices See our beautiful line of J Queensware Wooden Grenite and Willow Ware r SEWELL McKINNEY J GROCERS c tTelephone 223 IBehind Time Sometimes a minuto is of cx Ironic importance Your watch should b6truo jo the record If its not somo thing is wrong Let us examine your watch Watch repairing is our specialty F J YEAGERMAIN STREET RIChMOND KENTUCKY Representative pf the National Cooperative Realty Company JIAI HIGGINS 258 E Main StreetRichmondKy I have opened my Real Estate office and will be glad to receiv your list of For Sale or Rent Property City Property or Farm Lands Haye arranged to have property well advertised in home papers and National Bulle- tinCOLLICTJDRENTS VVWIT HI DOUGLAS SUNS FRESH AND CURED MB A T SV STAPLE AND FANO GROCERIESJ y Hfenst Cash Prke Paid for Procude Orders Proh Fdc1 t MnSt i rt 9nl7VSV- V c I IiV1VVSaVVA5VS VSVVVV LT s The Finest Made is scarcely too strong a characterization of the various articles of furniture to be seen in our salesrooms any weekday in the year Made ofselected seasoned woods fashioned with upholsteredbyfurniture bought here H 4 BEIIETTandHIEJJIS UNDERTAKING All Kinds of Good Coal WE SELL Coal for the grate Cool for the furnace Coal for tho Stove Coal for any where you may want it Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that oura is a little better than you have been jettinjr elsewhere and pusaibly1e83 Full Weight or Coal Forfeited BroatfdusS Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring 11 they are worth get J W Shearer White fail Ky to ooiluci your sale His oMtrireN an reasonable The Richmond Steam Laundry- at your service Call or ring 52 iyr For Sale high bred English setter Llwellen Puppies Count Ladystono Oakley Hill Breeding both families high class field dogs full Tabulated pedegreo furnished Address C II Bowyer 140 West Short St Lexington Ky 2m3t Cattle Wanted We desire to buy somo fat butcher cattle and largo and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Tele phono 484 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky 12lf J W Ferguson bought at Carlisle Monday thirty head of feeding cattle at 35 per head Two valuable trotting horses belong ing to William McDonald livfn near Bent Ky were killed Saturday because they had contracted hydrophobia from a mad log which bit thorn two week ago Both had Rood thick records an were Valuedat 300 apiece Opera = House ISath eeand Night SATURDAY MtRCii 5Harry cott ompany Announce Their Successful Musical ComodyDrama MTheFrom th- eUSA Will its Wealth of Startling and Real istic Scenery and Effects A Happy Blending of Pathos Comedy and Melo dy Skillfully handled by a strong corn pany of Dramatic and Musical Talent embellished by a well trained chorus of ravishingly beautiful maidens PRICES Matinee 15 25 and 50 cents Night 25 00 75c and 1 Seat sale at White Wines briey Marcb are now selling Hats at Cst u n 1 L I Around Town I Lalvo Reba is full to overflowing Robin robin whos gOt tho robin If the coal man isnt rich its his fault Get your garden tools in shape The time is approaching The weather for the pasffow eeksbut whats tho use x There is still much sickness in town mostly colds howovor Many urchins are still wrestling with measles Got tho oldtime remedy Ten dollar hog Just think of it Any old razorback is worth his weight in gold Fine piano to be given away by the Normal City Laundry You get aIchance with every order ontIIn your search for Spring signs overlook the markdown sales of winter I clothing lathe Richmond stores In a blind tiger raid at Danville last week half a dozen men were captured Special detectives worked up the cases All tho snow jain and sleet served to fill the now waterworks the lake and there will be no scarcity of water next summer Howard Camnitz the great pitcher received thodegrocs in tho Danville Ma sonic lodge last week Camnitz lives at Hustonvillo One great conolation tI be found in tho continued cold weather is the fact that it has retarded the appearance of of spring poets Rev J J Dickoy 6f Stanford preached an excellent sermon at the local Methbdist church Sunday Com munion services were hold at the thorn ing hour Unless you want your paper stopped youd better drop in Monday and pay up Wed like accommodate delin quents but are not going to take chances on getting in tho clutches of Undo Sam by doing so Court Day Dinner Special court day dinner at Wm Buckets First St next Monday for25c Shuts Out Rastus The Supreme Court of Georgia this week rendered a decision bebarring negroes from using tho titlo Knights of Iythias in that State Get Ready to Prune As soon as tho weather permits trees grape vines etc should be pruned If put off much longer loss of sap and consequent loss of strength will ensue L A Time Table In this issue of the Climax will be found the corrected time Card of the A rosrtl It is correct in every way but it out and paste itin your telephone book You Should Know We call attention to the large advertisement of the Zaring Mills in this issue of the Climax It sets forth some interesting facts which eyory user of flour should know Worth Weight in Gold The Winchester Democrat says an old sow and a litter of pigs are worthas much now as a horse Anything that curies a good healthy squeal is worth at least five dollars if Hustling Irvine Irvine is to have a broom factory and farmers have pledged themselves to raise at least ono hundred acres of broom corn At present prices there is noth ingthai can be raised on the farm that will pay better Woa You Mule- At a mule sale in Frankfort aturdlly prices ranged high and the mules brought from WO to 275 per head Goo Hannen bought tho highest priced one for 8275 but a few moments afteY wards sold it back to the firm for 300 Look out for Mad Dogs Hydrophobia has appeared in neighboring counties and many dogs hav boenkilled Our peoplofcadfeettet their shot guns and be on the lookout It wouldnt be a bad idea to kill ota lot worthless cursanyway J Mr WaifaceJmprovkir Wallace who Estlll HoraldtOIaraer hM been at Richmond for several Corking at the carpenters trade weeksI detty sggtiad araetired VMUI411 k U odlr Xti E iIWiw j i J r = t 1rChoice 1Ji jIbestRcountyTheseKenton make and are correct in every detailfit and style together with high quality of materialand workmanship n H FOR 13HOS1L50 H Buys choice of oil Suits Overcoats and Raincoats up to 1700 values 375 n r M1 JE3I ki t Answer Your Telephone When your telephone rings remember that the party calling is just as busy as you are and his lime is just as valuable Answer promptly and save time and the mental cussing the caller is giving you Fine Hogs The sale of breeding stock herd at Lexington Saturday under tho auspices of tho Duroc Jersey Hog Breeders Association was a pronounced SUCCCSF Fortysix head solil for 2700 an average of about 58 per head Tho highest price paid was 125 for a sow Congressional Committee Chairman Fitch of the Democratic committee has called a meeting at Nichoasville for tomorrow week for the purpose of naming a time and manner ofnominating a candidate for Congress in this district No expression has been given out as to the probable decision as to a primary or a convention Democrat Sold Tho Winchester Democrat so success Oilly published by Messrs Bien and Donovan has been bought by Messrs Tim Needham o Williainstown and- O B Nelson of Washington City Mr Jfeedham who is a past president of the Kentucky Press Association is ono of the best newspaper men in tho State while his partner has had considerable experience in the business The Climax wishes Unbounded success to tho now owners The considcrationiwas 12000 Important Notice In compliance with tho post office regulations we havcagain gone over our subscription lists and sent notices to those in arrears If you receive one remember that it is th last we can send and nust tako your name from the list if you do not pay up Wo dislike to do this but the law requires that itbo done Please remember that we have given due ami timely notice and dont become offended if your paper stops It is the law and we must obey Fine Music The concert given at Normal chapel Monday evening by the Soloists Club of CincinnatiTvas a most pleasing and enjoyable event A large audience was present and certainly got their moneys worth This company is composed of educated musicians and they are entertainers of tho highest class The Climax trusts that the pro motors of tho entertainment will succeed in securing more of this grade of enter tainments Teachers Money State Treasurer Farley this week sent out checks for 3105000 money due the city schools The last payment of the country teachers is past duo amounting to over four hundred thousand dollars About half this amount is in thetrcis ury and tho Treasurer says he is making strenuous efforts to secure theremainder but gives no assurance as to when it will be ready A Frankfort paper says ftSpirill not be ready during March and perhaps not for somo time after Its Possible Here At Danville last week the Q 0 railroad company paid out 25000 in cash t employees in that city As was recently published in The Climax the prospects are rosy for something likb this htRlchmond when the L und N gets its now line completed to Louisville and the big through trains for the ruth are made up here We hate it straight j that these trains will be run from Louis yule through Richmond and the ones from that city ana from Cincinnati will be made into ono train hero instead of CJorbin Great things are possible for Richmond when the L and N gets this line cpwplete but to secure them our 5tuprH ihew ittl ia1 Uij J A False Report It wasjagain reported last week that the L N had bought the barrel fac tory property in this city The Climax always going to headquarters for our in formation asked one of tho directors as to the report and ho replied No sir such is not the case I have never heard of a railroad malt even looking lit the property I dont understand how such reports got starte- dLexington Would Go Dry Too Editor Rrcckinrklgc makes this startling admission If alocaloption election were hold in Lexington today a decisive majority of tho voters in Loxingtonin our opinion would vote to close the saloons And we believe this in spito of the fact that wo believe a great majority of the voters here share our objection to prohibition County Court Monday Next Monday will bo county court day and indications point to a big crowd coming in Tho continued rains have made tho ground too wet for the farmers to work and chances are most all will come in and spend the day Now please rcmembsr Tho Climax needs that dollar you owe on subscription In fact we want it liko tho fellow in Texas wanted the pistol so como around or better still como across Stop At Both In tho now time card of the L A road the old station is given as Rich mood Shops Tli is docs not mean that the trains will not stop there in the fu ture They will stopat both this station and at the L N depot This is quite convenient for our people However the bus lines run to the L N These trains connect with the Q and C at Nicholasvillo the Southern at Versailles and tho L N in this city Disreputable Practice The custom of stealing dogs and hold- Ing them for reward seems to be on the increase The trouble is tho fellows who bring them to owners claim tho dogs came to their houses and there is no way to prove thetheft If owners of good dogs wlIIonly form an organiza ion and reward for the thieves it will put a stop to the practice Owners of good dogs live in fearof having to pay for recovery of thcir animals when they know they were stolen simply to get a reward Basket Ball A treat is in store for lovers of basket balL Arrangements have peen perfeCt- ed for a same with the splendid team from Pineville and it will bo played at the Princess Rink Saturday night the 5th Pinovillo has ono of the best teams in tho State and tho HiHT Girls will have to play a good game to win However the Richmond lassies are in trim and hope to win Tho Hill Girls were defeated at Winchester Friday night score 19 to 25 and are determined to turn the tables Preparing for BusinessI The new wholesale grocery firm Arnold Hamilton Luxon is having extensive repairs and improvements made on their quarters Douglas Simmons old stand and when completed will bo ono of tho best equipped wholesale houses In the State Thin building is three stories while the cellar is being converted into a light airy basement This will give ample room for handling tfio immense stock the firm will carry These gentlemen are experienced inj business matters and success is sure to crown thoir undertaking Richmond is so located that both wholesale groceries have aJargo territory to draw from and with such tine railroad families there la M rawea why an enormous wl10101 MkfcftMINI riMiUMtt W 5950 S Allows pick of all up to i4OO values Some Out of Style Suits still leftsizes34 to 37 Former price JO to 20 Choice for 375 Great for work clothes N Winchester Lost Friday in Richmond largo envelope containing manuscript and other im portant papers Envelope addressed to Miss Ann DoJaruett Kindly return to this office It Winchester Court Owing to inclement weather a small crowd attended court at Winchester Monday About 500 cattle on market sold atfrom 4 12 t0514 Mules brought 150 10 175 Calves brought 1350 per head and a lot of hollers sold at 1350 Missouri Tobacco A consignment of twenty our thous and pounds of tobacco raised on twelve acres of Missouri land was sold Friday in Lexington at an average price of six tcfen cents It is tho first tobacco ever bought from that section Hird For Qaail Tho coldand snow has played havoc with the quails Farmersreport finding entire coveys frozen and starved This will make a short crop next year Many bighearted farmers have fed tho birds which will prove a blessing Not Yet But Soon The express office has not yet been moved to theL N depot out in the edge of Madison so lo speak There has been somo f delay in finishing the now building but chances are that pa trons will soon bo making tho long trip when they have business with tho com panys agenr Circuit Court Woro only doing custom grinding this weeksaid a circuit court ofllcial to The Climax man yestorday and in1 v stlgatlon proved that ho was right Jn that thcrois absolutely nothing of general inlercstThoro arc some suits on hand but all aro of A nature in which ihcgcneral public is not interested After Ole Dealers Capt WT Short has been in Louis vlllo for somo time working up cases for violations of the law regulating the sale of oleomargarine A great many of tho- U S Internal Revenue olllsials were on the job and several hundred violators wero rounded up Tho law requires that this sluu be tabled and many deal ers havo been soiling it as pure butler About On Time Notwithstanding tho severe wcatlior Iho trains have been running about on time which speaks volumns of praise for tho management and skill of em ployees With slippery rqllanddeep snow it requires experienced heads to keep tho schedules up It is a rare occurrence that thu local trains havo been lato this wInie- rRemember This When sending a newspaper tOa print- Ing office from which you wish some item clipped dont fail to mark tho ar Iticle If convenient uso a blue pencil So many papers como to an olllco that is mpossiblo to catch every lt moC interest we would like to have Unless you mark what you desire oven the trained eye pfji newspaper man may overlook it Deadly Paris Green Mr W W Pigg lost two valuable dbws aniLcamo near losing a fine horse last week from effects oLparis green Tho poison had been left in tho barn after using last summer and was knocked down It is not generally known but stock will lick this poison vereeitcepltiorally was The safest way to female park greM is tt Jetkirei Dying Wish Full illed Valley View ArgentMrs D F Sharp of Panola who died last Friday said a few days before she died that she hoped the ground would be covered with snow when sho was buried and wished that Prof IL 0 Adams a former citi YOIfjOklahoma ground was covered with snow and Pro Adams arrived on the train a few hours after she had crossed over the river Her wish had been granted for as the body was lowered into the grave in the Richmond cemetery the ground was covered with snow tho deepest snow wo have had this year emblematic of tio soul that had gone on before while Prof Adams sang her favorite song There seems to be an intimate connec tion between the price of corn and hogs and the intelligent farmer will weigh these prices carefully before deciding to ut out hogs and sell corn A Cheerful Market Situation Now it is shown by unbiased market experts that neither the meat trust if thero is one nor the farmer as a whole is benefiting greatly by the high meat prices nor is either of these the cause of conditions but that lack of supply is practically tho only cause The cast is declared to be barren of hogs while in the west only a few have been raised The cheerful predict ion also isinade that beef is to follow on tho upward trail of pork because fen r cattle have been raised recently tlian in many years the low prices of pork a year or two ago having discouraged farmers who thereupon Sold most of their stock including that which was being used for breeding purposes Doubtless tho present high prices will bring about a revival of the breeding industry but it will be a considerable time before this will havo any effect upon the market Dog Law Wo have had for more than two years what is known as the dog law tho purpose of which was to give the grow ers of sheep pay for tho animals killed and injured by the worthless dogs of the country Under the provisions of this law tho owncrs of each dog over four months old is required to list it for tax ation and if ho is derelict in his duty is subject to a fine of ten dollars The tax on each dog is one dollar and any ono having listed a Jog and fails to pay the taxis subject to a fine of 325 We heartily approve the purpose of this law but is it beingenforccd The first year the tax collected on dogs In Garrard county exceeded tho claims allowed by tho Fiscal Court for sheep killed and injured by dogs several hun dred dollars Last year the claims al lowed exceeded Ute doglax and will as required bo proratad among the losers of sheep Thisyear the claims coming in for sheep killed and injured are sur prisingly large and will in all probability be greatly in excess of the dogtax Those engaged in the sheep raising industry will observe the penalties for those who fail tolist the dogs and pay the tax and see to it that the law is en forced Monday morning complaint was made to the authorities that Oscar Bottom colored living nearjfown was Harboring a dog that has been killing Robert Clarks sheep Upon investigation it was found that ho had not listed this dog for taxation Ho was soon brought before Judge Fords court for Dialing the dog law and was fined ten dollars and aa order made to kill the dog Many others both white and colored would likely share the same fate if the facts were Upwn or a little investigation IRHo Cental Record At Danville Hwrtfomery Star th great young chestnut stallion sired by Montgomery Chief WM M by Gy B Robinson ot that city to ike FIaywod- FtttAssaes1ws e BmrMviU TMMI Jhi WIll OIIL f llChoice Odd Fellows Growing From reports already received from tho Durham Rally Day by Grand Master I N Williams it is estimated that the movement will add over 1000 new members to the roster of Kentucky Odd Fellows In honor of Judge M J Dur hamof Laxington tho oldest living Grand Sire in the world and oldest living Grand Master in Kentucky one day during February was set apart by all Kentucky lodges for tho initiation of new members into the order Fire Hprses Improving The two fire horses who became in fected with distemper are about well Dan the big sorrel having fully recovered and Dick die of th grays being on tho high road to recovery Tom Kate and Nig escaped as the careful attention prevented them from becoming ill of the disease They were watched and given medicine just like the sick ones and in this way it is believed they were saved Dick still has badlooking peck but is improving rapidly The firemen watch over these animals and are as devoted to them as if they wore humans and it is quito interesting to visit the department and see how well they aro cared for RichmoiM has the best fire department in tho state and it is also the bestmanaged a Married Mr H C Howe of Valley View and Miss Olantha Baessler of that city were married at the home of the bride on SmlthBallard street at one oclock Thursday afternoon Tho bride who is a most charming young lady has been teaching at Valley View for somo timo She has many friends and admirers in her old homo who wish her all happiness The groom is a prosperous mer chant at Valley View The Climax ox tends congratulations The marriage of Mr S Woodson Bar clay and Miss Nora Davis took place at the home of the brides parents in Rod House Thursday The contracting parties are wellknown and very popular people and tho event was attended by a large crowd of their friends and relatives Tho ceremony was performed by Rev Hugh McLellan of this city Tho contract for building the Old Masons Home has been let It wiltbe lacated at Shelbyl11e and cost 30000 Parents and Teachers Club The last meeting of tho Parents and Teachers Club proved quite a success and it is hoped the interest will increase especially on the part of the parents Itjias seemed that the now methods in education have almost usurped the natural rights of parents Now tliat they are invited to cooperate with the teachers to become more intimately acquainted with thorn to discuss why many new methods are put into practice and what results are hoped for it is their opportunity to keep in touch with their children Miss Patridge gave a very interesting talk on the Old and New Methods in education and as she has been conspicuous among leading educators for some time her Ideas are worth listening to and thinking about She paid beautiful tribute to Kentucky children in general said she had been in many schools in many states but always on entering a school room in Kentucky whether in the rural or city schools she was at onco districtsI with tho facial angle of the child lines of intellect being so much stronger than ia any other rasas of ehiWren When she had finished her rMMtrlt quitea littto discuss i n cwe up as to whether children will make better spell ers Mnder new methods thaa they did 36 years ago The motive 0 the club is to promote ajcomrooa jptwaet between parts and t Mfen Md to give the parest a full kwifitt of the Mwh er JaUnih to do The Met aittilBg wtiita Muck lIk MCtlM M MM wW b4 SWWIdIt1M e ES4s flf A dollar saved is as good as a dollar made7 Thrifty men will save many dollars by buvine their clothing now C j J 375 COVINCTONand BANKS QUALiTY4z aC IULsS jDEATHSjIJii Ili V ISAXDKU3 Much sympathy goes out Mrs J B Sanders on the death of their child which occurred in this city Tuesday Tho Lancaster Record says The funeral of little James the throe year ojd son of Mr and Mrs James B Sanders of Rich mond was held at the Lancaster cern byEldof tenderest sympathy and comfort of deepest Christian hope and promise HARMS Miss Sallie Harris who has been ill at her home near Crooksville for some time died at an early hour Friday morning Miss Harris who was in her seventyfourth was one of the most widelyknown ladies in the county She spent her life at the old home near Crooksville and her many acts of kindness won for hermany friends who are greatly grieved in her death She was a member of the Moth odist church and funeral services and interment took place at the Richmond Cemetery Saturday She is survived by a sister Miss Pauline Harris and many other relatives in the county Get Good Contract Todd Stagner local architects have just completed tho plans for tho Baptist parsqnage at Bcrea It wiU be quito a cozy and convenient building Depot Still Operated Although the L and A trains run into the now depot on East Main street yet the old station on North Third has not been abandoned Tickets are sold there and trains stop as usual but it is known as Richmond Shops Farmers of Bourbon county will get about sixtythree per cent of the value of slieep killed by dogs Important Changes The L and N made several important changes in tjmo last Sunday which while only a few minutes will cause you to get left at the post or more properly speaking left at the depot if you dont post up Road Tho Climax and keep posted New Firm Judge N a TurpinJ b T S Todd have formed a partnership and will con duct a and TurIpinknown and popular business men and The Climax bespeaks for them a liberal share of work They will erect an office building on the lot in rear opera house ILiving In Hope Shelbyvilto Recorl1A fortuneteller at Richmond told tho people up then last week that the city would vote dry at tho local option election next month and that tho Richmond club would win the Blue Grass League pennant this year The fans and fanatics arc pleased because of the prediction unit are hoping that they may bo fulfilled Mad Dogs At Winchester Saturday for the third timo in ono week a mad dog was killed in Winchester Saturday a largo bull dog which is supposed to have come from tho country ran through Main street blUnt every dog that came in his way It also bit a mulo and tried to bito several It was finally killed Mayor J AIHughes issued a proclamation ordering that all dogs must be kept at home or muzzles must bo put oft them In case they are not muzzled the owner will be fined not less than 5 nor more than SO Deal At Home In the course of an excellent artjolo o i tho necessity of peoplo dealing with local merchants and keeping tho money at home tho CourierJournal remark Country merchants know that the big mail order houses aro their strongest competitors Vast sections of country are drained of their surplus cash because of tho alluring catalogues from Chicago and many rural storekeepers find it increasingly harder to sell goods Money spent with tho country merchants makes for prosperity at home Money sent to mall order houses helps to build up Chicago tho expense of Kentucky and othor Slates Wouldnt it be bettor for Kentucky people to spend their money as far as possible with Kentucky firms A Narrow Escape Tho Brady Texas Sentinel tolls of tlli IiFHenderson was Miss Maggio Miller a sister of Mrs Robt Miller of this city and once resided in Richmond She has many friends hero who are glad to know that she cause out of the accident unhurt She was in her automobile going to a neighboring town to meet her husband Approaching a bridge engaged in an argument with the as to the workings of tho drierflTho machine got beyond plunged off the approach to the bridge falling in top of a largo tree which broke and fell and saved their l lives Tho cnbankment was twontyffeet high and the escape from instant death is remarkable Tho tree was cui down the machine pulled back to the r pike and strange to say was not too ii badly damaged to proceed on tho jour ney p Adds Heathful Qualities 2 j tollieFoodL9 Economizes Flour Butter and Eggs jj14L tt H f 11 The only baking powder nude from Royal GrapeCream of Tartar N AkiN uPk I i or f 1r F iii r In iiri p c= ti Z P F U ZP FU ZPF UZIFJ f WHEAT FLOUR O t CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD 08 GOVERIIMEHI TESfS PROVE iT ARTICLES ENEMY It CENTS JiriLL BHY i EIESnu3isBaaf sirIain 10- Muttsr leg 1 44S- MilU 1030 Pork loinT n035Choc enu1185Buttern1315Wheat Breakfast Fosrfs 1489 Rico 2025 Potatses unu250 Beans drIed3040W- heat Flour u 650I us Department of Agriculture Farmer Bulletin No 1421 q lEAeijy =MftscIe and Strength GivingQuzIities One pound of fltrcoSting 2 to 3 ctnJ Vill go as far astAF pounds of meat costing 15 to 20 cents per pound Ij The Burton Water System T Water Works For Country Homes Br ocr Pneumatic Water Sriiem water b forced ant where in house stable or yard for all domestic par tposes and for fire protection Cool water in suomer and ice water need not be supplied to stock in winter Tank underground no f reezinc or barstinc ol pipes eeratedby r t 30 DAYS TRIAL Awarded two medals and two diplomas at St I ouift World Fair Hundreds of cur indivi4ua waterworks plants are in use Wo iiave many letters from these satisfied users and have published about fifty of them in hook form It makes a book ot Irons i personal opiniciis a copy free Costs J75CO and sip accordinc to year requirements Write for full pr tiI j CABURTONwAjEHPr 1 CURES Sold Richmond Motor Plumbing Compan Incorporated pump BRONCHITIS LiUD ITHREBALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUISMO and RcooimndciP- ERRY THOMAS Rural TelepttoneaFarnie modem family city tlODSatAllYbenjItaer1Mhnllernni1eell9dieell1nlertyAST eo 1 u z P F U J IL Js High costjofliving seJiedN Get foodvaIpe forqyour tjGovernmentshows This should induce you to eat more C bread and bread is theNcheapest food and 0you Zarings Patent Flour you easily make theNbest bread If your hasnt Z P F write or tphone us and we will Ij send him a supply We Vant you to secs N Patent ElQpr The latest best anti cheapest plant for storing water underpressure nlwnys sure Can be put inlrv your pelt and by hand motor gasoline engine wind mill und is the latest and best water supply forformsplaces and can be loony place condition verybestthelatestpropertyGetplace and have baths and nil the comforts ofD city home The Cost is slichttlie benefit Is zrat By 3Tuis Cut shows a well with hand I J SGId fc Mr Make your home as for your ala re U o TENNESSEE TiiBPHOiNi i 1 L t J 5 use can Zaring relinWci nnilsafe operated adapted or position How To Kill Your Town KickV Keep kicking Dont quit kicking One pull one way und one tother Go to other towns and buy your goodsVDenounce your merthants because they make a profit on their goods Knife every man that disagrees with you oh the method of increasing business Make your own town out a very bad place and stab it every chance you get Refuser to unite inVnyClIern e for the betterment of lie material int resls ol the people Tell your merchant that you canbuy your goods a great deal cheaper in an other town and charge him with extortion Keep every cent you get and dont do anything of a public nature unless you can make something out of itdi roctly When ypu say something of your town say it in such way that it will leave the impression that you have no faith in it Patronuoioutsiilc newspapers to the exclusion of your own and then denounce tNom for not being as large as the city papers The Girl Everybody Likes She is not beautiful oh no Nobody thinks of calling her that Xo one of a dozen can tell wliofhcr her eyes are black or blue If you should ask them saySheend She is a merryhearted funloving bewitching maiden without a spark of envy or malice in hor whole composition She enjoys herself and wants everybody else to do the saiifV Sho has always a kind word arid a pleasant smile for the oldest man or worhanjn fact I can think of nothing she resembles more than n sunbeam which can brighten every thing it comes in contact with All pay her marked attention from richOJr Watt who lives in mansion on the hill to negro Samthe sweep All look after her with an atlmiring eye and saj to themselves She is just the right sort of a girl Constipation Cure Free j constipationof relief s ctas hot or cold water on arising lots of stewed fruit with your dowhenaRdpurgativepills etc If you haVeCOft8 throughthese Varloiw stages they were ultsgobut trysomethjug Prictlcal and seHlblea made and intende4 for the pur Sucha18guaraateedsultsIts Ingredients are such that by a bowelZuascleswork youcanThat It Will do this Mr 0 Y Dodson ofSanyille Va will wlll Mrs S LV Hampton eqattest Portage ante O so there1sout a penny of expense Imply send YOUr ohthinIt remedydollar bottle ot your druggist and con unttlcureddose emalt It Ie pea ant to the taste JMOMptyeJrectlveaadmoney will berecIlRd TIlls rensdy Is OVer a of a etry old and IsPally taken hi slntIIarremedyoq Its ectWeMUJUrtty and pIeea forehlklrenDr CaldweRpennallYWII be pledto any medtcal advice your may totlefre oL charge Explain yose ease Ita aIsttsr N will ry to you Ia dt1 asadsamerd sr e 1Iae JI 15ft 11vI MwA- r FOOD FOR A YEAR Jkai 38 MUk 2Mqts BuUeriGOlbaEggs Voeiacs5OO 6 This represents a fair ra tionffpr a man for a year But some people eat and eat and row thinner This means a defective digestion andunsuitable food Alarge size bottle of SoIIs Emulsion equals in nourishing properties ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell you how it does it FOB BALE JJT ALL DRUGGISTS SeaS Me rame cf p per soS thUad for our beantltnl BiTlnss Uank and Childs SketchBook Each bank contain a Good Luck Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Stock Notes An Adams county Ohio man raised 5940 pounds of tobacco on three acres of tround and sold it at seventeen cents all round x 7 In Mcrcer county Charles Worthington sold Ills farm of 410 acres to Spilman Vansant Harrodsburg for 30750 Charlto Alcxander sold FordBrent 153 acrea of unimproved land lying o n the Bethlehem road in Bourbon county for 00000 This is said to be the big jest deal forunimproycd laud ever made in Central Kentucky The largest cattle deal which has been consummated in the county for some time was closed u few days ago when John L Helm sold OS export steers toSam Boll of Glendale They averaged about r400 pounds and will b e weighed and delivered o n Saturday The price paid was 575 per cwt mak ing the entire bunch foot up closo to SS 000 Elizabothtown News Itching Eczema Washed Away Is it worth 25 cents to you to stop that iwful agonizing itch Surely you will ipend 25 cents on your druggists recom mendation to cool and heal and soothe that terrible itching eruption By arrangement with the D D D Laboratories of CllicagS we arc able to make H special offer of a 25cent bottlo compoundlfuomasor write or telephone to Stockton absolutelyknowD D n Prescription and the curbs all seem to bepermanent j2Ctf Eggs For Sale From pure bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Hocks and single combBrown Leghorn 81 per setting of 15 eggs or4O eggs for 2 Also breeder Bourbon Rid Turkeys Irs Wallace Gilbert f92mD No 3 Richmond Ky Hard For The Show People A member of a company appearing in Richmond recently told The Climax that business with the traveling troupes had fallen oil so much this season that many had gone to tho wall and there WasiUle money in tho business for ain 3fthcm Asked why ho said th fmo ing picture and vaudeville r shows had caught tIe eye of the people it most every town and wliero good shows of this character were given every night the people went two or threo times a weekj saw fairly good vaudeville and pictures at a small cost and were so well satisfied that they failed to patronize what he called legitimate shows lie told The Climax that the picture shows were given in every town of any im portance in the country anti that mquy oldsnowmen ero now engaged in con ducting circuits of vaudeville per fbrmances to appear in connection with tho pictures He said that fewer travel ing troupes were on tho road than he over knew He was satisfied however that the craze as ho termed iiwould play out and legitimate shows again draw tho crowds This contractor g results buildingtroubled a great deal by sickness among the laborers totheirweredrinkingHe issued orders to cut wdown the greatlythemen He also boiled Quaker Oats and withtlleirall signs of stosiach disorders improvementin taughthimtheThe cost was small lOc for regular size packages it is also packed in her metically sealed tins for hot climates J WHAT THEY NEEDED Br HARRYi VAN AKERG Copyright 1S10 by American Press Association Having occasion to see Gunter after office hours on a matter of business I went to his room It was 0 ocloqU n Uuie when young people aro supposed to be enjoying themselves In their evening amusements and married pep pie are sitting around the bearthstoce or the big lamp on the center table reading dozing or listening to the chatter of the children going to bet Cut Gunter never before In my life have I lighted upon a more desolate sltuationaar a man In good health prospcrouaand without any skeleton In Ills closet no was sitting In an easy chalrlootiilg at the wall When I entered something of a change came over his face lie seemed pleased that nay one should break the stillness Great heavens Gunter exclaimed What arc you sitting here alone foil Because I have no one to sit with meVThen why not go out Ive been going out for years and Tin tired of It I stayed with Gunter all the even Ing The upshot of our talk other than business was this I agreed to pilot hIm Into something better than a roan with np ono but himself In It My cousin Margaret Tucker twentyeight years oldGunter was forty was just as needful of something better than a single room as was Gunter told Gunter that he couldnt afford any longer to wait to fall in love If ho did he would likely pass the rest of his life In loneliness If he married he couldnt be any worSe oft than be was and be might be a great deal better oft I used the same argument with Margaret I vouched for her to Gun ter as being an excellent person and for Gunter to her to the same effect I introduced them Gunter made au expected proposal It was accepted and they were married I was shocked at what I had done Suppose they didnt get on together now would I feet at having tied them up Inn knot they couldnt unloose without a lot of trouble Ono day J saw Gunter coming toward me on the street lIe looked glum There was no side street between ino and him for me to turn down so I was obliged to face him 1 nerved myself for the meeting and assuming a lot of heartl ness ran up to him and grabbing him by the hand shooIT It warmly and saM now are you old man Happy as a clam eh There was no fervor In his affirma tire response ComeI went on tell me how you and Mag are getting on Oh wed get on well enough but there are certain things about women that rub a man the wrong wayt Such asVWell Mag gives way to me In cer tain things I dont care anything about but If anything of importance pomes up between us she must have her own way WellI 1 Lave you breathe It 1 say it in the strictest confidence Im thinking of a separation Good gracious I saw he was being ruffied and tried to soothe him but it was of no avail He declared that his wife had an Ideal of a husband in her mind anti she was trying to make him over to conform to that ideal I left him feeling that I had uotsncceeded in comforting him and cursing my folly at having led him Into matrimony Desiring to seeIng alone anjd ex pecting that her husband would not go home at that time of day 1 called on her Well Mag I said how goes mat rimonyVOb matrimonys well enough H the man one marries thats the trouble Whats the matter My husband Is unreasonable About whatVWell he gives way to in things that dont care auythlug about but it anything of importance comes up hes a perfect tyradt Int1llnkln that Gtinttr irouldnt go home at that time 9tIny f bad mode a mistake While I was talking with Mag he cameln I was irritated at the way my plans for those I had wished to benefit had turned out and was in no mood to meet the two together If you two people I said insist on quarreling Instead of enjoying the happiness that has come to you 1 canl help it I did the best I knew howler both of you but Our affairs are nuc of your busi ness said Mag fiercely Right you are said her husband What right have you to come here tad meddle I meddle Seeing that If f remained where was a mthuto longer there would bean explosion I crammed my hat down on my bead and rushed out ol tho room slamming the door behind me I went to my office in a fever I couldnt Work couldnt sit still walked the floor Presently there came a ring at the telephone bell Who is it I asked Mag ConiC over to dinner What for Irritated I wish to thank you for something All right Ill conic nut thank me now We needed some oneto turn against Instead of each other Wtfre having a delightful makeup Cash Store the lady who never invested never discover ed the truth We are now showing the New Things of the Season Superior Quality VV Good Styles c rP Lowest Prices SUftr Dresses Capes corsets r rg14Hair Etc Z 1Finingby rV d f JBWalker RinondKy136 Second Street 1 WbDOUGWIB IOYSSJIOELV THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILED OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES I have worn W L Douglas shoes for the past six years and alwarit find they are fat superior to all other high grade shoes In styli comfort and durability W G JONES Howard Ave Utica NY If I could take you into my largo factories at Brockton Mas and show you how carefully W L Douglas shoes are made you would realize why they hold their shape fit better wear longer and Ire of greater value than any other make priceIsIt your dealer canixit fit with WiDou1as hoes IJrocitonUau Rice o0 Arnold Corporations Look Out Corporations no matter how small had botte get busy and send their rf port to 3 llector Cooper at Dauville or they will bo in tho toils of Undo Sam Undergo new law jtasscd in August 1909Corporalionsiind joint stock com paniesi ubject to tho special excise tax are required to render to the Collector of Internal Revenue a return of tlrcif gross and not income for the calendar yaar ending Dec 31 1909 Blanks for this rurposo are furnished by the collector and those failing to riiake tho return on or before Mardi lit aro Subject to a fine of 1000 and imprisonment a year w moro in the discretion of the court Unless tho not income exceeds 5000 the taxis not levied but this does not eicuse making tho report Therets No Risk If This Medicine Does Not BenefitrtYou Pay Noah ing A physician who made a specialty ol stomach troubles particularly dyspepsia after years of study perfected tile form ula from which Rexall Dyspepsia Tab lets arc made Our experience with flcrall Dyspepsia Tablets leaijsus to be lievothem to IMJ tho greatest remedy known fp r the relief of acutd indigestion and chronic dyspepsia Their ingredients arc soothing and healing to the inflamed membranes of the stomach They are rich in pepsin one of the greatest digestive aids known to me1i oine The relief they afford is almost immediate Tlioir use with persistence j and regularity for a short time bring abouta cessation of the pains caused by stomaclidisorders Kovall Dyspepsia Tablets will insure healthy appetite ftiil digestion anti pro mole nutrition As evidence of our sip cero faith in Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets woask you to try them at our risk I they do notgivo you Snlire satisfaction we will return you tho money you paid us for thorn withoutqueStionor formal ity They come in three sizes prices 23 cts 50 cts and 1 Remember you can obtain them only at this toroHL Perry RichmondV Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the state of Wm Harhm deceased will present same to undersigned on or be fore March 23 1910 verified as required bylaw or same Mrill be barred Those indebted tQ the estate aro requested to all and settle Itp M CIUJEKMORK Admr Torturing eczsma spreads its bqrn- jog area every day Uoans Oint imniit quIcKly stons its spreading m utntly rcleves tie Itching cures it poinanctitly At any url store Land N Time Card Corrected March 11010 iOUniBOUNu No 71 MIXM For S ler Orl19k Pajnl Lck Iiqasor1 Cab Orchard points S null leaves Richmond daily oxcopt Hunday 715 AM Ar rive Rowland IO3J a ui- No 27 For S her Creyk Paint LickLan casor S aiford an all stations to liusvi U loaves Uichmond 105 p ji arr ve rjoniiville 01U r M No 33 For J c HoaviUo nut the South throuuU trains luaxe Richmond 1150 A Leave Cincinnati at SCO A So 37 For Kit xvjfle tlirnneli trains uxinkts III ups Arrives Richmcnd 1102 AM ves U chmnnd 1131 A M Arlive Klioxvl 700 s- iuus For S tvr Creel P int Tick 11ncr Hll stops leave Rich iiifiiid 725 p arrive ot Stanford 851 Daily t xcept Sunday Leave F uVihst at ion Cincinnati 257 p MV oH iiMitril for Aliititaleaves Rich monil 12H tnidiiiuht arrives At lanta 11V5 M Leaves Clnchma 815 v a NOItT1IBQUNDVV No 31 Limit tor Cincinnati leave R chmnnd 417 At arriyo Cincin nail 745 No 10 Fron Stanford leave Richmond 0IO C M arrhe Cincinnati 11 05AM No 1ft L saves Louisville 7 A jr arrive JUchruon1 via Rowland 1220 noon No 38 Rnoxvlllt Ciocinuati local leave Riehmnnd 200 r arrive Cincin nail 6lOp iVNo 33 JackrnvilleCincinnali limited leave Rcin nd 517 r M arrive Clncinuai 845 iM arrivesIolhefwisesnicd till AUuticR R Ol IN EFFECT MAUOII 1910 nouthVNol No3 pmIv110pmIVJVF LKstataaWam 200pm pmfJvuKTll uolN42 NV4 120pmLvLvTtIiixmniii 8 6a m 348 Pill pFl1ILVcxcppt y Trains connect nnti Q ok C atlfjcho- havllle and with Sjulhcrn Railway iuul TIiriIUD b- xesid IltllgUQ ct Ii Ruiw G 4 Y1hI the Xewest and LatestNovel Votitijr Net plain and fancy effects the IFumlshlnrfl kindVpatterns some guy others plain the rIght lit rr To feel stionff have good nppetite ind digestion sleep soundly and otj y life use Rnrdock Blood Bitters the reat eysleni tonic and builder flm Itch Itch ItchlScratch Scratch Scratch The more von scratch the worse the itch Try Doan s Ointment ft euros piles eczema any skin itch ug All druggists sell it flm Money to Loan on Good Farm LandsV Tho Northwestern Mutual Life will loan money at 5 per on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J Cphonanll Atty V69ffliciumond Ky 31ound City Paints may cost a triilo more but Stockton son 24nly Five FiveAcre Farms Five good fiveaero farms for sale at a 1500 each Loss than three miles from Richmond Fertile anti if put in to bacco will fur themsolycs in one ear Front on pike Offe good only lntil Feb 20 J C Chenault Richmond Ky Embroidery- With tho approach of Spring and Easter tho feminine mind naturally turns to dainty beautiful lingerie Nothing is so charming and suitable as hand embroidery Miss Eva Roberts has a full line of now patterns and is prepared to do stamping at reasonable prices She carries a full line of embroider materials and will be glad toliavo her friends and patrons call when in need of any tamping flosses or other materials Miss Roberts carries only tho newest designs Give her a call Residence First street in tho rear of White Wines Drugstore tf Baby HandsV will get into mischief often it means i burn or cnt or scald Apply IJJrJ lards Snow Liniment just as soon as he accident happens and the pain will be relieved whilo tho wound will heal quickly and nicely A sure cure for sprains Rheumatism and all pains Our doilies cost no more titan the ordinary Come let itS 5how YOU No obIgation to liny our pleas ure to show Come toilay Come now A cheerful greeting awaits you ut Character in- CLOTHES lawhat fhdsChartcter to Win l Are You Satisfied with Ihe Way you look or ilo you lrogreisisIsVnowliprft ultra noticeable Ulan in cur Cotlun STYLISH TH5COJIING CIXVHES ore an entree to lie good opinion of ot hero no mnttcr if orHmpiness or nilKsIort if DNerchsutClothcsbetrlnenhance your value Increase your ability und place you in the front rank of fortunes favoitteftrj ittry oneof the New Models nnd we will stake our reptithliona lifestuon iitiitiit of cattiest endeavor that the result will lie SO apparent that you will dutytoproducedbyMaster Tailors dud Designers SCHLOSS BRQS CO of Baltimore and New York On Sale Here Only bySchlossbyIand et the fashion in advance of the day they give the wearer the su preme charm strength and confidenceVof being uncommonly wehldrossedVWo have a splendid showing ofall the netf styles There are Business Suits Day and Evening Dress Suits and Overcoats anti Iaincoats hand tailored garments that are made in the finest possible way You must come in and tron one of these garments and you will then relive tile dif crazier between these and the ordinary clothes of the hop Ties the new kind that give expression and tour 1 IShoes the nol l cet patterns the beitI styles the best makes Try our Shoes w D OlDHAM coK- ENTUCKYRICHMOND orcYrY In- lurauceCo byPerry IA Great Success Our Clearance Sale has been the most suaIcessful and sati sfactery we havaevei1 In fact we are so well pleased Luau wo have decided To Let Goods Go at Sacrifice Prices for a while longer You know the highclass goods we handle you know xve offer only genuine bargains so come quickly and sup ply yourself while you can gel advantag of- bur special sale prices jSfc 11r110 N8WHITEa The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc aoMiris lfIlceJJj Formerly with J B Stouffer Merchant Tailor ViV Appariments over J E Sexton Phone 173 All Kinds ot Pressing gleaning Repairing Satisfaction GuaranteedVYour Patronage Solicited 8PRINGSHOWING w speciiinvitatiqndisplay of handsome Sa prigWcarbsVfor then boys and children A visit here at this time will not only enable you to learn by seeing just what the correct styles aretbutitwill also convince you of the superiority of our Clothing Hats and Haberdashery and the fairness of our prices Come for a look while the whole store is aglow with spring freshness Now for SHQEsIV boysladiesReedShoesStevens shoes for boys misses andxhildren They are all in the first packetbookspection Youll be more than welcome at any time v f The RoyalHOME QF CLOTHES i J pE7fSSTANlFER t K CSIRSi s4Md U1iN J yt t10rr + A