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IT t L u c 0 I 1 74AYM r avG a rM fl W t At 7rt IiRICHfI 0ND CI IMjAXed 36th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 1910 NUMBER 40 WALL PAPER I RUSH ORDERS I aro a feature of our grain and Iced business to which we pay particular attention If your bins show uj some morning witllo or nothing to cover the bottom call us up by phone and well a supply for your hungry stock in a jiffy You know our provender and our prices Try us out on celerity in meeting your urgent needs r r Burnside f Robinson I Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material and Warehouse ou L N R R IOffice RICHMOND I VULCAN CHILLEDBESTrxg The Vulcan Plow Co EVAraruLE I Well finished Strong Durable Light Draft Rib Strengthened Mold Full Chilled Shinpic Interlocked Point Landand StandarsPoint has if Wide Edge Chill Long Snoot Chill Patented Extension and is the STRONGESTand MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made a When buying a Plow Consider Quality First Price Second O FOR GALE BY Doulas Simmoos neat erage AGENTS Wholesale and Retail Vulcan Chilled Plows and Repairs Syracuse Hill side Plows and Repairs Vller A Wood Harrows Mowers Binders Buckeye Cultivators Hamilton Corn Planters Repairs for South Bend Plows i New Place on Second Street Phone 20 GIVE US A CALL IV Y r ht n We SeIIf May Manton f1l9 ij t PatternslOc Jr z he Right Way to get good work is- o buy your paper from an up to date neand get an uptodate paper hanger New Telegraph Rate The Western Union Telegraph Co hti3 decided to establish what wjll be known as the Night Letter Service beginning possibly tho 10th By the service which is intended to keep the night wires busy a person can send fifty words for the coat of ten words day rate and onefifth of this rate will be charged for each additional ton words or less TheytwHl be sent under tho usual conditions jjf delivery tho next morning tn inli be received up until midnight The company has many miles of wTraldie1 at night and the establishement of this service is with a view of keeping them busy Messages must be written in plain English no code used This is great stop to assist the business world and will become very popular T Estray Hog- A black boar hog weighing about 150 pounds disappeared from my place on Uewardwillft John Adams About Hyomei A bottle Costs Only 50 cents A Complete Outfit Including Inhaler 1 When B L Middelton states most em phatically that he will guarantee Hyo mei to cure catarrh or give you your money back what is your answer Aro you satisfied with your condition or do you want to rid yourself forever of vile catarrh with its humiliating blowIIngHyomei is a simple antiseptic medi cine that you breath through a small pocket inhaler over the parts affected by catarrh- It is made of Australian eucalyptus mixed with other germ killing and mem brane soothing antiseptics Get a complete outfit today It only costs 81 and contains everything necessary to cure any ordinary case of ca tarrh Extra bottles if needed 50c Hyomei is the best remedy in the world for sore throat coughs and colds croup and bronchitis It gives wonderful relief in two minutes For salo by lUddeltonlSend MIONACures indigestion Itrelieves stomach misery sour stom ach belchingand cures all stomach dis ease or money back Large box of tab lets 50 cents Druggists In all towns ct I f di li Ladies Suits worth 1750 to 2000 for 1151 Ladies Suits w 0 15OO for 850 Suits worth 650 f i 0 i 7 Jfi I fJ 5 Lde Cloaks worth 1750 to 2000 for 1050 Ladies Goats worth 1250to J350 for f 850 v Ladies Cloaks worth 1000 fori 595 Ladies Cloaks worth 750 or 475 f1 Ladies Cloaks l 5 oho 650 for V 350 0Jt 98c to l1 ci 2 d7i i f ft BAXTER Million of Lives Lost An Awful Toll Collected By Consumption Many Un From This Disease w If people could only understand that systematic catarrh is in internal disease that external applications cannot curet they would not need to bo warned so of ten about this malady which when neglected paves the way oftentimes for consumption at the cost of millions of lives every year Yet catarrh may be cured if the right treatment is employ ed Catarrh is caused by a general diseased state of the system which leads com monly to annoying and perhaps serious local conditions may prove a fertile breeding ground for germs of consump tion External remedies give but tem porary ease i The only way to successfully treat catarrh is by employinga medicine which absorbed and carried by the blood to all parts of the system so that the mu cous membrane or internal lining of the body is toned up and made capablo of resisting the infection of consumption and other diseases We have a remedy prepared from the prescription of a physician who for 30 years studied and made catarrh a speci alty and whoso record was a patient restored to health in every case whore his treatment was followed as prescribed That remedy is Rexall MucuTone We are so positive that it will completely overcome catarrh in all its various forms whether acuto or chronic that we promise to return every penny paid us for tho medicine in every case where it fails or for any reason docs not satisfy userWe you to try Rexall Mucu Tone on our recommendation and guarantee AVe are right hero whore you live and you do not contract any obliga tion or risk when you try Koxall Mucu Tono on our guarantee We have it in two sizes 50 cents and 1 Very often tho taking of one 50cont bottle is sum dent to make a marked impression upon the case Of course in chronic cases a longer treatment is necessary Tho average in such instances is three 100 bottles Remember you can obtain Kexall Remedies in Richmond only at H L Perrys drug store Fine Eggs For Sale I havo a lot of fullblooded single comb brown leghorn eggs for sale at 81 per setting of 15 eggs or 150 for two settings 31ns JOHN RICE f23tf R D 3 Richmond Largest Orchard What Is claimed to bo tho largest orchard evor planted in one continuous tract is nowbeing laid out in La Sallo county some 40 miles of San Antonia Texas The property to be converted to this use is now wild prairie land and comprises 4000 acres or a little over seven square miles Among tha fruits to bo raised are apples pears peaches oranges limes lemon and figs Of the latter nearly a thousand acres will be setout the fruit haVing been shownto boa tremendous success in these parts About acres of the land will boused for the raising of berries and vegetables Tho tract isowned and will bo operated by tho Altito Orchard and Preserving Company recently chartered at Austin A largo cannery will be erected on the land within a few months War On Sparrows War had been declared by tho Secre tary of Agriculture at Washington up ontho English sparrow which accord ing to the department among birds is comparable to the rat among animals With this end in view the department is circulating extensively a bulletin dri how to destroy this cunning destruc tive and filthy bird Except in the destruction of wccdsecd there is noth ing to bo said in tho sparrows favor On the other hand it destroys clierrie s grapes pears peaches buds flowery shrubs vines garden seed young vegetables especially peas and lettuce In addition it usurpes the nests and de= stroystho eggs of the robin wren mocking birds and other useful native speci mens The most effective method of preventing the increase of sparrows is the destruction of theirnests at intervals of ten or twelve days A Sort of Cousin The lawyer eyed tho woman in the witness box in patient despair Then he rallied visibly You say madam ho began that the defendant is a sort of relation of yours Will you please explain what you mean by thatjust how you aro related to tho defendant 1WelI it is like this replied the witness beaming at the Court His first wifes cousin and my second cousins first wifes aunt married brothers named Jones and they were cousins to my brothers aunt Then again his grand father on his mothers side and my grandfather on my mothers side were second cousins and his stepmother married my husbands stepfather after his father and my mother died and his brother Joe and my husbands brother Harry married twin sisters I alnt ever figgered it out just how close relates we are but Ive always looked on him as a sort of cousin Quite right assented the lawyer feebly 11 at J A cF r Mattress N Our liberal backed up by the Stearns Foster Co and proves doubt m the of Stearns Foster 2S mS1EAqSIFJSTERJMIJRESS other The inside ofmost mattresses a dark and you cant judge by a pretty ticking a clerks ttOPJ1 Jq Worth Dollar Drop Fred PVchen Manlius NY writes For a long time I was affected with- kidueytronblowhich caused an almost constant pain in my back Inflammation in my bladder Other remedies did not even relieve me but two 50cent bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy completely cured ins I have not symptoms of kidney ble for over two years Foleys ney Remedy is a and certain rem edy for all kidney bladder disease whether acute or chronicsIt ia a spleti H A ttA prices Cut Almost in Halves 7c15storthLadies i000j Ladies Cloaks ftSQiot worth 9MpensCloaks 3ooi o912 W P necessaryDeaths For Less guarantee beyond superior quality mattresses something f f in addition to the special prices mentioned we have bargains in other heavy goods Als6 comr 3- c v plete lines of new up to date j Embroideries L 4 Muslin Underwear Ginghams etc for Spring 1910 The most beautiful assortment of new Spring White Goods we have ever shown and our prices have not been affected one whit by t sxr o the high prices in cotton as all our orders were placed early andbeforetheadvance Come andv v vvr c see S X The Wrong Way is to buy a lot o old stock and get anybody to hang if for you Phone WALL PAPER Iv Betterc i Money is r Laces it fc if did tonic for middle aced and elderly people and a sure euro forall annoy ances and irregularities of the kidneys and bladder It cure any case of kidney bladder disease is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do by Stock ton C Son Good health is impossible when there is any derangement of the digestive organs Foleys Orino Laxative is natural remedy lor stomach liver and bowel troubles It digestion Stimulates the liver constipation Sold by Stockton fcSon mlm WINDSORGRADE t- rsia 50 cJthanmake at any priceaS1All Stearns Foster Mattresses t1I allow you to examine the the most important side to sdclof the very mattress you no maker allows you to do M is secret V merely or pleasant talk iSFIlktOidham LackeyA A and slid had any trot Kid safe and and K will and that more Sold aids and cures Eat Oysters The oyster men of Baltimore claim that tho answer to the meat problem is the use of Maryland oysters by weight they aro cheaper in Baltimore per pound than meat and that at points not more than 500 miles away they areas cheap They say that there is no waste in oys ters and that at present they area boon to tho people q r 9 c a Itch Relieved at Once i That terrible itch disappears with tho first drops of a simple compound of oil of wintergreen thymol and glycerine mixed in D D D Prescription This soothing healing location used external i ly instanlyHeretofore has been sold only in 100 bottles but as a special offer any sufferer in this town who has never tried D D D can now try this remedy in special bottle at 25c It cures tho itch instantly We know this Sold by Stockton and Son d 1 1 We SeI- IH May Manton Patternsp4fr lOc Each iD5 p 9ens SUits i II Menfs Suits worth 1 750 to 2000 for 1350 Mens Suits worth 1250 to 1500 for 100 Met Suits worth 1000 for 695 f Mens Suits worth 750 to 850 r550 sJil 5t Metis Overcots 1 1 Qverccats worth 1750 to 2000 for 1200 Overcoats worth 1250 to 1500 for 950 Overcoats worth 10+ for 695i tOvercoats worth 750 to 850 for t 550 375Overcoats s YouthVOvercoats from 275 to 395rr 5 e c Boys Overcoats from 98c to 295 tf J AJf tj i 4 E t r f c t i1i i 1J il Jtt Jr rt D i j Ito r lfrj i 0r I ttve J f I iet- I 42 tt rQ dcr Cir d lIy f r II Ic t 1 1t J rr lOW Wt r 11 yWrY 1 Wt Ai tiwWr tI fl1 Iss u ftl4J6 CIIt y w I fIu n 11 t c i V j iSiiK 10r I 0 0 tt 0 nG = J l Tt i cri i L i1 12r1 I Tobacco Canvas 2 123 and 3 12 c1 r Thompsons Glovefitting Corsets X BUY EARLY Justlook at McKees while down street if you want to see something new and pretty for spring They are getting I in all of their New Hnghams Cheviots and White Materials t Be sure and see their Embroideries for they are the handsomest we have ever bought at the pride t r s I- Owen McKeeSee Our Bargain Counter i t3 Butterick Patterns 11The Richmond Climax THE c XPi NG CO- d f Incorporated A IX MILLER PiesH and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Edito ol PRESS ut PUBLISIERS FBICE 100 PER YEA IN ADVASCE WEDNESDAY MAR 9 IDI0 TIlE Maryland legislature is trying to pus a law that would by a blessing if enforced everywhere It provides that the idlo rich as well as the poor be take up as vagrants A salient feature of the proposed law is that which define as vagrants not only the specimen corn monly known as the tramp or hobo but any person who leads an idle and im- moralI life who is not engaged in som useful and reputable occupation or who spends his time around the railroad station tho poolroom hotel offices or stores Tho rich loafer is as much of a nuisance as tho poor fellow and his idlo tongue often canses more trouble Speaking of loafers there arc in mos every town loafers among the female populationwomen who spend ritual time loafing on the streets gossiping discussing other folks affairs and kill ing time that should be spent at work in the home The proposed law should alsofix as a penalty for tho woman loaf er a term over the washtub or cookin IitOe ii DAKKEU Dougherty of Peoria 1vito has now served live years in priso 1 for the theft of 750000 is trying to se cure his release saying ho has been punished enough He seems to be in the samo position as the woman we one heard of who was circulating a petition for her sons release from prison because heaint satisfied there Its a fore gone conclusion that Dougherty has made way with the money for if he had a pile of it by him his release would be forthcoming As wo had occasion to say in last issue of The Climax you car take money and do almost anythin 111080 days HOOTS Repett Washington navy Ii yard laborer claims to be the champion cater in the U S ills record for one meal was a tenpound turkey three quarts of sauerkraut one quart of cran berries a half gallon of raw oysters n pint of ketchup a lislE pint of olive oil ono gallon of beer one loaf of bread and twelve stalks of celery That more than a newspaper man has on hi humble table in a whole years time Wo believe Roots lied or rather the k reporter handling that story did i THE deepest sympathy of the news paper men of the state goes out to Uobt IV Brown of the Louisville Times whose beloved and venerable mother lias just passed to her reward To know- Bob Brown is to love him and in hit great bereavement he has the sympathy of not only his brother editors but ol many people in tho State who have thi pleasure of his acquaintance AD still tho County Unit Session runs along passing few measures of any special merit We refer to it as the i CountyUnit Session by reason of the fact that this measure blocked all other legislation We are for the law but- think it a shame that one measure should be permitted to sidetrack ovary thing else v THE Elizabethtown KowS suggests the following ticket to lead the Demo cracy in the next State election 1 and thinksJt WflUld unite all faetionsnnd t sweep thetMo For Gov J C S BlockburnVLieutenant Governor James B McCreaiy Attorney General J W BeckhHm Auditor S W Hager BEEF was high when the cow jumped ovethe moon but not much higher than pork nt 1015 thojjuotation in the city markets today Apparently the neat boycott ha nut been f jnuch ser tvlce in the matter of porkM till records have jbeea broken In pork prices by the ymat quotations lt IU1dM8iU to lie wtieg vr j qs MMIMa1a t riij tuI IK a letter from our old friend Harr Giovannoll who warms a cushioned chair in the Treasury Department at Washington ho refers to Dan Bomar editor of tho Versailles Sun as follows Dan comes up here every summer with his personally conducted bunch but is then so entirely surrounded by fuss and feathers soiled shirt waists and bleareyed man that a fellow can only see him with a telescope Dan hov ever is always immaculate No matte what time bis train gets in he nave goes to bed until he has had his shoo shined and purchased a bright red car nation to put on before breakfast Pretty smooth article that fellow TUE Elizabethtown News truth full observes that in Danville they seem to have an idea of the fitness of thing when they used hearse in the raid upon tho blind tigers A blind tiger is a deathtrap and every such place needs an attachment of a hearse and undertaker THE Georgia Supreme Court has decided that a doctor cannot charge for operating on patient unless the patient has been benefited by the operation This no doubt will often bring up tho old saying tho operation was success ful but the patient died MATOR Shanks of Indianapolis now proposes to have patrolwomen on the police force of that city If the patrol women should happen to bet young and goodlooking an increase in misdemeanors upon their beats would seem practically certain A bill has been introduced into Mary land Legislature making it unlawful for any woman to wear a hat measuring more than ten inches in diameter If its author doesnt keep in hiding the women will make him not more than ten inches in diameter IF a Danville blindtiger operator could live to servo tire sentence recently imposed upon him he would be 145 years old when set free Possibly he would then be old enough to know that it dont pay to violate the law To get the feathers for Mme Simone Chantecler costume 12 000 pheasant were plucked Tis a disgrace to destroy the birds to be sure but the fool fashions of women must be carried out no matter what the cost FRO I the extensive way the Danvill Advocate advertises Sunday dinners at the hotel over there they dont hav but one good meal a week and celebrate the occassion in great style As Ohio womans will bequeathed 850 to her only cousin mentioning no name We presume that ere this some hundred relatives have callei around to claim kin A Virginia woman wanti a divorci because her husband snores says an exchange What does she expect him to do Sing grand opera in his sleep LONDON England has a number of automobile hearses Presume they begin scorching right away FEUIUUHY is considered the last winter month but youd better keep em on for awhile anyway All the world loves a lover if lie keeps himself within tho covers of a book THERE seems to be quite a rush for tho newest Styles in spring shortage V IP I Social and PersoJM- iss Holla Arnold was a recent visitor bere Mrs T D Chenault is quite ill at the- A C Infirmary Mrs Joe Chenault lisa returned from a visit to Lexington relatives Mrs Waller Bennett entertained the ridge Club list Friday Mr Steve Evans of visiwg e tives in this county e lty I Mr HB HSSt itJwU on a lusieestrip Yrk Mrs D F Tatty is Visiting Nrt P G Cropper laLowiWUfe rsamuel Bwwett oTfaxiBgtM is Mtteg relatives wlfcfeeHy gi Lveia r wut Ibi4i- jqca tort ITjjjjjj M4 It lft bfi t t Miss Bottle Batson of Winchester is visiting her brother Mr Jess Batso Mr and Mrs George Phelps and Miss Curraleen Smith spent Sunday in Lex Frankie Kauffman of Lancaste is visiting Mrs John Greenleaf on Lancaster Ave lrsC F Higgins entertained the North Side Thimble Club Saturday afternoonMrs P Miller and son have returned from a visit to relatives in LexingtonMrs Romans and Mrs Davidson of Lancaster have been recent guests of Mrs Z T Rico The Young Mens Social Club gave a very enjoyable danco at Masonic Temple Thursday evening London Democrat Charley Mooney of Richmond of has been in our city during the week Mr and Mrs II II Roberts and Mi53 Alice Davidson of Irvine were shoppers hers the past week Mr It L Gentry came homoSaturda from a months trip in Southern 111Id Western Kentucky Mrs R L Slide left Tuesday for her home in London after a weeks visit to her sister Mrs J A Stevens Cloverport Now Harry Hills of Richmond was here Sunday spendin the day with his family Miss Lucille Williams of Valley View has returned home after a visit to Mis Anna L Cock roll at Waco Mrs Kerry Cosby entertained tbe Young Ladies Missionary Circle of the Christian Church last Thursday Misses Mettle and Fannie Allen hay been visiting their sister Mrs Ann Finnoy in Cedar Grove Ky Col Billy Burton and Ilcrbetf Kinriar of Lancaster were hero Thursday in the interest of the Y IC A Mrs Hallum of Washington D C is tire guest of Mrs J A Higginsand Mrs Mollie Daniels onvSecond St Mrs Mary Smith left Saturday for Cleveland after a pleaseant visit with her daughter Mrs U H Luxon Captain D N Sharp and Mrs B L Middollon are in Shelbyvillc Mrs Middolton will also visit Danville Mr and Mrs Sim Turpin of Moberl are being showered with congratulation over the birth of a handsome son Mr and Mrs Harry Schlegel of Nicl olasvillc were guests last week of his mother on the Tates Creek road Mr and Mrs Jas Crutcher have return ed from a visit to Mrs Christopher D Chenault and family in Lexington Mrs George White and son George ofGeorgia have been spending a week with Mr John Greenleaf and family daughter3lissto her sister Mrs Henry Land of Nicli olusvillo Mrs Harry Scrivener and handsom sons spent several days last week with parents Mr and Mrs Sim Hamilton at Wisemantown Misses Willie and Mary Traynor are in Danville where they will spend several weeks with their sister Mrs Bland Ballard Master John Walker McKinney is ill of scarlet fever at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Jim McKinuey on North Third St Mr and Mrs Tom McCray who hav lived here for several months left las week for their old home near Nortl Mjdtllctown Miss Clara Logeman of Carrollon cItySaturdayheck of this county Winchester SunSentinolMisscss Ma bel Rayburn and Elath Buchanan of Richmond visited Miss Maymo Scrivener Friday and Saturday Editor Louis Landram was in Frank fort this week looking after some matters- pending before the Legislature of interest to the Kentucky Press Association Exsheriff Pleas P Droaddu it able to- bo up amI made The Climax a pleasant call ridaCOus says ho is glad to ii able Jo again shake hands with his friends YallSyViewHerald mingled with the Court day crowd and gave our latch string a friendly pull Inlieoneofgentleman in Central Kentucky and numbers score A Card toThe L dies I wish to inform theJadies hat I hare E4nples of bearliirandknIttedjace aoW so DU kjISI r Linen laces and Kttont kyj4ble for centerpieces lies Li dresser scarfs pil low CM t jiNlderwert finethread ices ieiflon saitabk for dainty tists yolcss dutch collars jabots and e ling fk infants KrsEsawPvusTj KyljT1i4totlreM8- tleKttrat tb hiBee 011 s os 1414 Tn4q JitM i4tk s- 4iu W bhi into SI MNJ IL 1ii iIi BaseBall Outlook LLocal Officials Well Satisfied With Players Signed AH No J Men Tho Climax has been careful in printing dope relative to what the Richmond ball officials were doing for the reason thatwe did not desire to ox pose their hand ailtf possibly upset some plans However President Greenleaf was prepared 9 give us some information yesterday of his work in signing two of the best players to be seen in the Blue Grass League this season He showed us a letter from Huhh A Shan non of tho Boston Nationals stating that Geo Hocton and Harry Fursedonn of Buffalo had attached their names to Richmond contracts Hocton was in Empire State League with Seneca Falls in 1908 He pitched twentyfour games won seventeen He was with Scrattton Pa in New York State League last year but did not receive a thorough trial and when released joined tho Mt Carmel Pa club and won fifteen in twentyone games Ho is a lefthander has fine control speed and curves lIe can hit and play first or outfield in emergency Theletter adds Fursedonn is a peach of a hitter and a fast man He will be the bast outfield in your League Ho played the past three sea sons with Hamilton Canada Ho is 22 years old 5 feet 10 inches tall weighs 100 The Now England Leaguo was after him but I landed him for Rich mondIhis team but still has a weather eye out for others The Climax can state that it has enough inside information to be tyjve that Richmond will have a better team than last year in fact from a care tul look over the situation wo have the best team in tho Leaguo When the proper time arrives We will publish the list of players etc- lust Forget It Happiness consists often in just for getting Campbellsville Inquirer- If thats the casethen some of our delinquent subscribers must be the hap piest peoplo on earth Mr Helm In Town Hon Harvey Helm familiarly known to his friends as tire Tall Sycamore 9f the St Asaph was in town Monday and made us a pleasant call Mr Helm as our readers are nwarctis a candidat for reelection to Congress and was here mingling with his constituents and fixing his fences Registers Anniversary With last issue our esteemed contemporary the Kentucky Kcgisic rounded its fortyfourth mile stone We congratulate Bro T H Pickle upon the success ho is making and heres hoping that both editor and paper will live to double those figures Lillian Russell at Lexington A special engagement of two nights at the Lexington Opera House is announc ed by Manager Scott when Lillian Russell appears there on Monday an Tuesday evenings March 14th and 15th in her latest comedy hit The First NightThe famous beauty produced the comedy in Philadelphia on Christmas night and since then has had one of th most successful tours through the south that was ever placed to her credit By a recent booking situ will come ti Lexington for theso two performance enrouto east where she will be seen fo the remainder of the season The First Night was written for Miss Russell by that prolific stage hu morist George V Robert who took bis original theme from a funny German farce called Dor Irnlbo Dichter In modernising and suiting the piece 10 the American stage Hobcrt hiss supplied it with splendid individual touches and Lillian Russell by her winning and strong personality has furnished a fur ther potent quality The story deal with tho efforts of a young woman to have her first musical comedy produced in a regular theuilre By associating with a young poet in this innocent cause their purposes are misunderstood with the result that all sorts of mix ups make for humorous complications The comedy is beautifully staged and will be enacted by a splendid cast including Digby Boll Susanne Wcstford Lull Faber T Hayncs Hunter Sydney Booth Julius McVickcr Albert Andruss Geo E Mack Leonora Oakford and Saide Williams Tire sale of seats for tho Lillian Russc engagement will open Friday March llth All orders sent to Manager Scott accompanied by remittance will receive prompt attention 1t Cures babys croup Willies dail cuts and bruises mamas sore throat grandmas lameness Dr Thomas Eclectric Oiltlie great lidusehol remedy mlm Lackeyand Colyer Will Give Away 3000 A Fall Leather Trimmed Rubbe Tire Baggy Valued at 100 A llaadsoERc Set ot Single Harness with Rolled Uses and Rolled open Bridle Val Bcd at 3060 purchaserfotall of our departments a purchasers name written by us which may be either placed in a locked ballot box or kept by the owner until the day of the drawing at noon October 1st 1010 before the hour of drawing for the Buggy and Set of Harness Every ticket that has not been placed id the box and retained by their respective purchasers will be requested to be placed in tire ballot and at the hour of tho drawing the ballot box will be opened and a blind man will with his hands stir all tire tickets thoroughly anc then draw tho first ticket the person representing tire nn eon this ticket will be awarded the 10000 Buggy Tire blind man will draw a second ticket and the person representing the name on tire ticket will bo awarded the set of liar ness This is an inexpensive chance for such nice prizes conducted absolutely fair the customer with only one ticket will have a square chance to draw a prize this will begin with March tho 7 and crtd October 1st at noon We propose tp a customer a bar jaln by saving hima handsome Ier cent im Jits money CoirSo and see our immense Bitggy and Harness lines and have us to repair and paint your old vehicles Ilndtsboe- your horses just right Call us up or come down GENERAL BLACKSMITHIXO Everything in Blacksmithing first Class Horseshoeing arid repairing We haVe the best painter on vehicles IllS work is the best and reasonable Rubber Tiring a specialty and at the right prices UK AKK LEADERS on quantity quality ainl prices on high elt grade buggies Medium Buggies iarreys Roftdwagetw Frazier Kreak ertal tad Hough to meak Carts Han II9tI Driviag Roradi Surrey Hras Kwi sk K u J= ONE PRICE HOUSE TRY OURy1 till = H P =H=H = ==== = = =H H= = Dont cuss tine muddy streets or to be more explicit dont cuss the council The latter is doing all in its power to gets the streets in repair and they will bo all right soon Elks Elects Officers Richmond Lodge 531 B P 0 Elks held their annual election Friday night and was attended by almost a hundred members Tire meeting was enthusias tic arid much new interest was awakened in the order The officerS are splended men and will give an administration of winch all will feel proud The following brothers were chosen Exaultod Ruler R B Terrill Esteemed Leading Knight W S Old ham LoyalKnight Elmer Deathorage Lecturing Knight B D Daugherty Secretary A B Paris Treasurer L P Evans Tyler T C ONeal Trustee three years Joe Collins Delegate Grand Lodge D R Freeman alternate A It Burnam Jr Tire lunch served by flied elegant in every detail was greatly enjoyed Public Having decided to move to Arkansas I will sell publicly my stock and farm implements at Red House store oil Tuesday March 15 J9JO at 10 oclock n m The stock consists of 1 mare and colt 1 brood mare in foal to jack almost ready to foal 4yearold combined horse 7ycarold work horse best in the county three shoats brood sows 2 sows and pigs heifer calf No J road horse C years old hay rake good good as new 2 twohorso wagons 1 buggy cook stovc 2 small heating stoves lot of lard kettles lot of lumber 150 No 1 locust posts corn in crib 25 bushels poatocs 25 bushels onion hog box gar den plow tobacco plow Texas saddle set of cart harness household and kitchen furniture raid one thousand other things They must all go Terms announced on day of sale C W COBB Red House Ky Good Coal SURE We handle the very best grades including the Cele bratedRich MountainJ- ELLICO andour prices are as low as can be found anywhere Give us a trialorder and ve will convince you that our coal is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and prices are just as low Satis faction We also have for you corn straw anti oats ASPEN AVENUE Phone 184 o ill to in I B I1 ii i hay Notice to persons having claims agalns the estate of W A Thomas deceased are hereby notified to file tire same proper ly verified with the undersigned on or before April 1st 1010 or the same will be State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky Admr ofiV E TUBLE- Y23Mf Aj 1910 WILL MAKE THE SEASON on Irvine Pike near L N Crossing RICHMOND KY Verdict is a dark chestnut 153 hands coming llyears with as much natural style and action as any stallion living as tine as any mare or gelding you will sec combining all tire qualities as to looks style and action that go to make a great sire and a fiss class producer If the law of nature repeats i- tsolfthat like begets likothen you have and deal stock horse in Verdict I claim that Verdict carries more of the blood of old Peavine and Washington Denmark than any horse living as hu breeding will show Verdicts career as a show horse has rarely been as a two yearold and as tbree straight through the fair circuit without a break closing threeyearold caroer at tho LouisvIlle Horse Show by winning two first ties in his class and winning second in his class for stallions any age thus going against the pick of any aged stal lion from Kentucky Tennessee and Missouri in a ring of fifteen horses Ver dicts show career was cut short in 1002 by sickness only showing at Richmond and Lexington where ho won first premiums in aged stallion class In 1004 Verdict had fully recovered from his illness and after making heavy season he showed first at Kirksville where lie won the 9500 stake for best stallion mare or gelding also first for best aged stallion His second show was at Lexington where he won first then to Harrodsburg where ho won first in aged stallions first in sweepstakes 18 entries first in combined ring and first in model ring at the fair Verdict mot with an unfortunate accident which kept him from going to the Louisville Horse Show for which he was being especially prepared under the able supervision of Mat S Cohen In 1000 Verdicts won first in colt ring and first in stallion and three of his get The farmers of Madison and adjoining counties have a rare opportunity to patronize such a stallion as Verdict and I have decided to keep him in Madison county permanently since as a rule all flrs classstallions are sold at high prices and go to other States There never was a time in the hisloryof the county when first class horses commanded such prices as they do today But it is only by patronizing the best that these prices are obtained It is not what you pay for tire season of a colt it is what you get that counts in the long run PEDIGREE Verdict 1621 sired by Cero Gordo 1022 by Black Squirrel 53 by Black Eagle 74 by King William 67 by Washington Denmark 64 Verdicts dam Jay Bird 1014 by Peavine 82 2nd dam by Young Diamond he by Diamond Denmark 08 by Washington Denmark 04 Cero Gordos dam Miss Richmond 501 by King Richard ho by Poavine 85 King Richards dam Pharos thor by Imp Pharo Miss Richmonds dam Jenny Lynn mil by Stonewall Jackson 72 by Washington Denmark 04 You will soethat Verdict traces three times toPcavinu 85 Old Peavine and three times to Washington Denmark thus combining the blood of two of the greatest show that ever lived TERMS Verdict will be allowed to servo mares in which event a Lien will be r6taincd on colt for the service fee and money due when mare is partedwith Caro taken tp prevent accidents but not re sponsible should any occur Mares will be cared for at 33 per month p J M OFFICERS DIRECTORS E L Woods President Marion Guy It L Arnold W 0 Fish VPrcsidont J B Woods R 0 Guyn W GKompjr CashiorT S Burrows W C Wynn O U Tcrrlll Asst Cashier E L Woods W C S CArzTsx Stovi S 1000000 SURPLUS AMD UXDXVIUEU PKOFIT3 1100003 DEPOSITS 10000000 Your Booking no matter how large no matter how small TilE PBOFIKB BAKU will give it careful attention This message applies to women aad men alike Como in arid see us wo are always glad tofrco you Tile statl Meet CeaveRleat Way te do Year Baota ss lsT1r 14kaIaIsE With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with with years of expcrlea Ute x Peoples Banks of Paint Lick Ky Stands ready to servo you Yourlmsiuoss U invited with the M trsBc that every accommodation consistent with safety and commensimV to your blance will be extended GIVE US A TRIAL AND WB WILt Y i- T1oE5MNK r 1 J UOi tNcl 21 t2a c See Our of liii r i and 4iy iI ijJSyour individual by the best 111 t the countryc UU New York IAFit Satisfaction Guaranteed nu Ric e ArnoldLAUNDRY till t t = =ae Sale WHATS COAL Guaranteed SifliThoipetCo UI Creditors- All barred Thomasit SEASON 19- 10VERDICT Dunns Stable equaledwinning a a- t25tQlnsurQMareinFoal Azbill Richmond Kentucky Fi- shTifhttlftrtyFp1 Bank PAINT Samples Summer Made measure concern STERN SONS 1621I Notice All persons knowing themselves in eblcd to Douglass Culton must settle immediately as wo are compelled to ol1ect these accounts All accounts not settled by March 20 will be put in hands of officers for collection 3t W H DOUGLASS C C CULTON 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 C H Pico Assignee Hair Hair Hair- I am paying hightest cash prices for omblngs and clipped hair Braids puffs curls chignons made to order Hair dressing nd dying shillfuhly done Fall lug hair baldness and scalp diseases a ipecialty Superfluous hair removed from face and arms I have a complete lino of toilet articles always on hand Mrs J C George Pone 439 142 E Main St PUBLIC SALE Having decided to locate in the West I will o- nSaturday Mch 12th 1010 at 10 oclock A M offer at public sale on tho 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 sewered 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 opportunityfor some one to buy a site on which to erect a nice house This sale will bo an invaluable chance to any ono planning to build Dont forget the date Saturday March J2th TERMS made known on day of sale For sale also privately nice combined 6 years old Rex Pevine mare R W Colyer Long Tom Cbonault Auct We Meet All Demands IFor Poultry tvIeatand- Provisions with the finest and choicest to be had purchase yours here and your table will be famous for the fine meat poultry I etc to be had at it Dont think tfbiis extra quality means an xtta cost It doesnt Our prices are no higher than charged for ordinary flesh foods C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 125 OLIVER PloW8 TORNADO AND BELLVIEW Disc Harrows i with our without tongue trucksf J Moline Cane Plows The Old ReliableN Studebaker WagODS Remember we aje Headquarters Jor every thing in the Hardware Li- neDBShackelfordCo Telephone 33 tz Forever Seeking J Good ThingsFOR THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS The Busy Bee Cash Store will on I Monday and Tuesday cMarch 14th and 15th have with them for two days only a representative from the largest and best Tailormade Suit Emporium in the west to give the ladies of Richmond and Madison county A Tailor Made Suit and Dress Opening getreadysee at the Opening everything that is new and pretty in Readyto wear Garments of all kinds WashSuitsvariety Silk Petticoats and anything in readytowear apparel will be ondis play at spdatprk s for this opening Come and see the new things Get pO ted in styles even if dont want to buy Dont miss the chance to see the most beautiful showing of uptodate readyto wear garments for ladies ever shown in this city I Remember all suits and garments of any kind will be delivered when pur r chased you dont have to waitrtohave them made Fit guaranteed with every sale Donjt forget the Opening Days and be on hand Monday and Tuesday March 14 and 15 Very Respectfully W D O1d1tifl Qoma ic t ir I i u i nI 1c t D i i L East End MillsJ B Sanders Co Props Richmond Kentucky We are in the market for Wheat and Corn at the highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times Flour MealShipstiff9 Ghlcken Feed CrackedCorn and graham Flour We exchangingbothmers trade Our JJotto is lLIve aud Let Live rGive na lI chance and watchns gro- wL B Sanders GoLocated n t K RCrosaine on Irrlne Street PohneS Qteinond Kentucky FRESH OYSTERS tcj 0IL =GOOD MEAlwS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RlCeiS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco Cornier Malnand SecondRICHMOND KY FRESH OYSTERS 1rP t M WIDESIn the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats Etc Be sure and call me over phone before selling as I can save you money M WIDESTELEPHONE 303 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY The Best GroceriesAT THE Lowest Prices may always be found at our store We handle the best goods on the market ab solutely pure and Fresh New Clean We have all kindsof Fancy Groceries as well as the Staples and can fill your wants on shortest notice A tritl order will satisfy you that we strive to please Your patronage appreciated f JAMES B PARKECASH STORE Phone 624 FIRST STREETI Its Building Time it cc 5- IEHYQU intend to erect a house store barn or other bttHdinp I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters Iine f rr f of r JEFF STONE Try Mary titFlorltoln Rew Mill in town Plume 61 128tt JB Panders Co Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber In oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS HICKSifKy For Sale Privately Since the death of my father Who at tended to our jack stock I find I cannot tive them the attention they should have and attendt my office I will therefore sell privately the following stock nine Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years old All well bred 0 ready for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from 1 colt to aged jennet well bred 5 bred o Napoleon No 821 Call on or ad dress me at Richmond Ky l5tf ROT C WIllIE It is always cheapest in the long run to let the best We do the very b- estConcrete WorkGive us your order and you will be well pleasedandthoro ly satisfied ft K Stone Phone 432 James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKIllIpp Veterinary Cc liege ot Ill Veterinary Surgeon Office at J It Azbills Stable Office Phone 99 Res Phono 532 r Richmond Ky Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block I3 DM OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW CICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burgln Ji Den- nyDENTIST Over State haul Trust Company TELEPHONE 26 4any M Blanton DENTIST WOfflce in Bennett Bulaln j oal IELiPJ1R lOs A S11LLJVAN-r ATTOBHBYATLA zUbHMOND KENTUCKY Jfflce over State Bank Trust Co op osite Court House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephono 267 Office in Oldham Building JG BOSLEYP- hysician and SurgeonO- ffice over Stnnlfcr fc Sopers c Rooms 2 and 3 Main Street RICHMOND Office Phone 29fi Res Phone 210 StorIillg 6 Clothes i AREjjTHE BEST- CLOTHES S Berch Tailored Ready to P Weir Guaranteed noir to 21lii or Fade bQ yenfs txpenence the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from FineCLine Tew S- tyleHats and Furnishing Goods Suit- Cases Trunks j Umbrellas etc atlowest prices for high classJOOI1s LJ1E1Stoufftrc c o 0 1I1 The Richmond Climax rWUMEB EK8T WENMT H THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated Ai D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor MnktttlIud PUBUSlERS ePICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAR 9 1910 FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce lion HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county n candidate to succeed himself in Congress from this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democraticparty THE IRON KING By DAVID G HARTLEY Copyright 1910 by American Press Asso elation Hooker tho Iron king of New York was an Irritable man and a stingy one His business was spec ulating In iron and to do this success fully he was obliged to secure infor matlon from nil parts of the world as to the production consumption stock on baud and such other items as tend ed to fix tile price of the metal Hooker gave his slsters son Edward Earle n position In his office At twenty Ove though the young man was manager of that branch of the busl ness which pertained to Information yearOnwife and two little children He chafed under his uncles stinginess and snlaryHebetter elsewhere ho was welcome to go The young man appreciated the proverb A rolling stone gathers no moss and remained whero he was One day Hooker Informed his clerk Englandtomarket there He furnished the young anImoney to pay his board and travel third class between the principal English Iron manufacturing towns One morning Earle who was In Sheffield arose and while breakfast lug with his paper before him saw a notice of the failure of an Iron firm located in the clghborlng town of Birmingham Tire concern being a Importanceday n business acquaintance who had an interest in favoring him gave him a bit of secret information that caused him to change his mind It was believed that tho failure would Involve a larger firm that firm would Involve a number of others and the whole community of Iron firms in England would go down like card houses This would throw a large lot of iron on the market that had been held spec consequentlytheThere was no Atlantic cable in those days so Earle wrote the Information opinionthathis employer to sell at once all the iron he had on hand The ship bear Ing the letter had no sooner sailed than the second firm in line failed This caused Earle to feel still greater confidence in the Information he had received and he had no doubt that nil he had heard would be realized The young man proved himself ad mlrably fitted to assume responsibil ity Ho took a risk tfiat would make or break him In the name of Hooker Cohe was not authorized to sign the firm name but It was not known he contracted to deliver thousands of tons of Iron at a figure below the mar 0ket price the iron to bp delivered In ninety days This done be took the first steamer that sailed for America the one that bore the news of the iron panic In England On the morning of his arrival bo went straight to the office There sat Mr Hooker at his desk with a morning paper before him Earle caught sight of largo headlines an nounclng the tumble of Iron In England It bad been sent from Sandy Hook Hooker was white as a sheet You worthless scampr cried the bead of the firm to his employee Why didnt you write of the begin ning of nil this Im ruined 1 bad an Immense stock on hand and learn ing of a shortage on the continent I bought more I wrote by the last steamer givlnsr you information that pointed to this result and advised you to sell out all the stock you had Your letter never camp You should have brought the information your self Are you sure about the letter James called Hooker toa clerk are there any letters that have not been delivered to me There was one came sir n few days ago You know that you ordered all letters on which the postage was not postomce1There I refused fo payit Ob heavens groaned Hooker Was it from England asked Earle of the clerk- I think it was It must have been a mistake of the clerks at the British poatofflce I put on stamps to cover the costns he quot ed it to me- Hookers bead dropped on his desk Irritated some time before at receiving unstamped letters at that time such letters were delivered be hall given nrders that all mall on which any money was due should not be taken from th6 postofflce For refusing to jay S cents be lad been ruined How much Iron have you on hand asked Earle A hundred thousand tons groaned the speculator without taking his head off his desk Well Mr Hooker cheer up Its not so bad after nil I took a bIg risk while abroad I sold in your name just as the panic began 125000 tons to be delivered in ninety days What I sold forybu 125000 tons at about what yourstock costyou Therell be publicatJongo on to the exchange aud buy a part of It In Hooker fell on his neph ws neck There was n profit on the transaction of many thousand dollars and front that day Earlo tookTTlIs uncles place ES the iron king A Safeguard To Children Our two children of six and eight years hive been since infancy subject to colds ami croup About thtee years ale I started to use Fqleys Honey ftnd Tar and It has never fat let to prevent andcure these troubles it is the only medicine lcan get the children intake without a row The above from W C Ornstein GreeH Hay Wit dupli bates the orperleueof thousand of other Men of FetetoIlIlfey aud Tar It eur WXMV Mfcfe attd cop awl Fgz1ts fhII C r i lAIJ RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations Loyalty to church should not be con tlngent upon petty human likes and dislikes Rev Arthur G Jones Pres byterian Son Antonio Tex on the Road to Faith IKature mfnd morals Christthese are the steps or the lamps on the road toward faith Rev Dr Albert J Ly man CongregatlonaHst Brooklyn The Church and Amusements All wholesome amusements are needed but Instead of trying to abolish them the church should seek to purify and uplift them Rev A E Bartlett Baptist Chicago Sharing One Anothers Joys You hav a little Joy very little hardly enough to keep your soul from starving Share that joy with some one in trouble and whjn you return you will find a great joy in your heart Rev John Hopkins DennIson Congregationalist Boston Inspiration Inspiration Is not the attempt of a faroff power to put something Into your mind but It Is the effort your mind is making to throw off from it self perceptions of spiritual truth which were already there Rev U Q B Pierce Unitarian Washington Man and the Universe The universe Is not mans inferior In Intelligence but the moment he can rise in knowledgo to grasp her secrets she yields her vast wealth and as a servant emancipates her new found master from the slavery to tollRev Claude H Priddy Episcopalian Brooklyn To Reform the klns1domhorsewhip Honest brotherly feeling exhibited In sincere speech and be havior will do more to reform the un brotherly than all theacts of legisla tures can doBev James B Clayton Baptist Washington A Great Moment Righteousness and peace and joy healthy and holy living that Is the city of God tq us When the church realizes the realism of that Idealism it will again experience a great moment and reach the life of our time and do its part in winning this world to the knowledge and love of God Rev Caleb S S Dutton Unitarian BrooklynReligion Losing Its Backbone Our type of Christianity today while benevolent and gentle is not at all robust We are developing a very tender and lilylike religion with the note of the militant very much stilled Reli giously our danger Is that we will grow a spinal column Incased not in vertebrae but in gutta percha Rev Arthur Co Archibald Baptist Brock ton Mass Winning Souls Whit a great achievement it Is when a skillful physician has snatched back a human life from the very jaws of death and thus enabled it to live many years more But how much greater the snatching of a soul out of the jaws of eternal death and bringing It into the possession of the power of an endless IIfeRe Dr John H Kerr Prcsbyferlan Brooklyn Modern Publicity Good Ignorance is the mother of evil It is the greatest foo of the church Everything that we do nowadays is being gathered up and published We believe In publicity Its beneficial results site being everywhere recognized If there are great deeds done in this church or in the community tell of them If there are saintly lives consecrated to high and noble purpose let the world know about them If there Is good in tb church make It publlcRev Dr C Ernest Smith Episcopalian Washington Value of Alleviating Sorrow Never do you approach nearer to God than when you alleviate the sor rows of others Never do you prove yourselves to be the children of your Heavenly Father more effectually than when you bring sunshine to hearts that were darkened by the clouds of adver sity Never do you perform a deed more like to the creative act of the Almighty than when you cause the flowers of joy and gladness to bloom In souls that were desolate and barren before Cardtual Gibbons Roman Catholic Baltimore The Churchs Great Moment The supreme moment for the church IsIsuc- cess lies not the satisfaction It craves that those Invisibles we call love joy peace temperance meekness faith the commodities known as fidelity com radeship trust the disciplines by which man becomes conscious of his best self of the divine in him and nround himthat these are articles our wealth cannot supplyReCaleb S S Dutton Unitarian Brooklyn Pledge cf Eternal Life In the history of the world it has always seemed that the true children of God have been marked out for sorrow and at nil times the question has been asked as It is nsked today Why Is this so The answer is found in thIsthat God desires to try us We suffer the many sorrows and tribula tions of the world In order that we may prove that we are possessed of faith which Is true and firm Sorrow and trials are but 10 pledge of eternal life Let us go on serving God loving and thanking him and remembering that if we meet with suffering it is the best way to gain everlasting life Let us ehow the same love that Mary cud Joseph didr the two most dear to Christ yet to whom sorrow and hard shIp cnme only to find them ever pa tient and ohcdlcnt Rev David W Heorn Roman Catholic Boston Latest reports show that there arc now III operation throughout the country 40004 Crural mail routes aggre gating more than 1000000 miles and serving about 20000000 patrons To date the innovation has cost the gov ernment 170000000 The system lacks about 17000000 a year of being self maintaining If there Is any one condition that n dairy or meat onimaf should be spared during the winter months it is a wet nuLl nasty place lu which to rest nt night Not only docs such a condition mean lack of comfort for the animals but they nre llkeljvto produce or ag gravate tubercular tendencies and any bydaiiipiiess The apple maggot la a pest which af fects this fruit in some sections of Malne and it is said to 3 infinitely worse than the larvae cf the codling moth sts many of the maggots will fest a single apple and often entirelj honeycomb It One of the worst lea tures In connection with the pjstscenw to be that it cannot be readily reached by the arsenical sprays which are BO effective In holding the codling moth in check Often the stand still condition of the house fern or palm Is due to the roots having completely occupied nil of the available space in tile pot In such rase ptgnt should be removed from the pafy placed In alar ur receptacle and n w soil added with such fcr tIlIzer jps the particular plant may nccL Where the plant looks rather- to9h t is soiietImee advisable to cM iaipWIMwii t f Cream Vermifu THE GUmNTEEB WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC or IMITATIONS THC OCNUINC PRtPAWtD BallardSnow Liniment Co- aT souls MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY ATTENtION FARMERS It is being reported that we do not have the Vulcan plows or repairs We emphatically deny this report We have both and expect o continue to handle them fltf TAYLOR OLDHAM The Climaxlrtt year Bring your wheat and corn for exchange to the new mill Phone 67 126tl J B Sanders t C I A Tale of a Hated Dish There is axharming story told of the great French painter CQrot Be ing hospitable he frequently as sembled his friends to dinner aria a dishof haddock and potatoes fnvarab1yfollowed who thought Corot partial to the dishalways gave it when ho dined with them At last in reply to the painters query they admitted that they detested the dish but suppos ed he liked it Mydearhate the sight of it even But Adele my cook simply adores had dock and potatoes And it is no goodI dare not go against her placeisawe of Adele induce me to unde ceive her es regards the value Iat tach to this one particular article of diet And for The sake of Adele this little group of great painters had for thirty years been eating a dish they could none of them bear The Shillalah The shillalah is not a mere stick picked up for a few pence or cut casually out of the common hedge Like the Arab mare it grows to ma turity under the fostering care of its owner The shillalah like the poet is born not made Like the poet too growthisshoots perhaps not more than one is destined to become famous but singuInris marked and dedicated for future service Everything that might hinder its development is removed and any offshoot of the main stem is skillfully cut off Withconstant rare it grovs thick and strong upon shapedinto Asking Too Much The country doctor had come io prescribe for Lucy the colored cooks little daughter who was suf fering from the unfashionable ailment known as chills Tho doctor opened his saddlebags and prepared several doses of the time honored remedy quinine in capsulesLucy sat up in bed watching the proceedings with great interest as the doctor filled each tiny capsule and capped it But when she heart the instructions Give her one cT these every two hours she wailed in terror la you gwine to mek me swaller dcm little glass bottles stoppers n- nallYouths Comnanion L and N Time Card Corrected March 1 1910 SOUTHBOUND No 71 Mferd ForSlverGrnekrPaint Lick Ijxncaser Grab Orchard and ponts S nth leaves Richmond hilly except Sunday 715 AM Arrive itiwland 1030 m- No 27 For S Iyer Creyk Paint LickLan caster S anford and all stations to Louis v II leaves Richmond 106 r arrives Ijouwville 010 r M No 33 Fur J icksonviile and the South throuifli trains leave Rlchmn 1120 A M Leaver Cincinnati at 800 A u No 37 For Knoxville through trains makes nil stops nrrives Richmond 1102 AM leaves Uchtnond 1134 A M Arrive Kuoxvl 700 r M No 9 For Solver Creek Paint Tick Lancaster all stops leave Rich mond 725 IM arrive at Stanford 850 Daily except Sunday Leave J Fourthit station Cincinnati 257 r M t No 31 Liniitpd tor AUantaleaves Richmond 1205 midnight arrives At Junta i55 M Loaves Cincinna 815PM NORTHBOUND No 31 Limit f tor Cincinnati leave R chrri ncl 417 M arrive Cincin hail 745 A M No 10 From Stanford leave Richmond 640 Ax7arr1e Cincinnati 11 05AM No 28 Leaves Louisville 7 AH arrive Richmond via Rowland 1220 noon No 33 TCnoxvllhCinclnnatilocal leave Richmond 200 P M arrive Cincin nati 610 P Il No 32 JacksonvilleCincinnati limited leave Richmond 517 P M arrive Oincinnai 845 r M No 70 MlxAoI tram Rowland arrives Richmond 350 p All trains run dally except where otherwise srtted LnlnBbUiiutHLb IN EFFECT MARCH 1 1910 SOUTH o3 rv VPl aitJetlu 8 00 a m 12 81 pm lv Nicholimviile 843 a m 1243 pm Lv Valley View 9 lOam 110 pm Lv Richmond shops 9 40a in 1 40 pin LN8ta n953am 200pm rv Irvine 10 63 a m 305 pea A Ue ttjvile fe1215 p 81430 pm NORTH BOUND N2 No 4 Lv Eeattyville 600 a m 3 20 pm Lv Ii vlriec 720am 240 pm Lv RhlitriPHd 826 a m 348pw 1a k A shops 840 am 400pm LV Valley Viwl 910am 4 M pai Lv NiebctMTillB 9 35 a m 4 Ii pin Ar VtraAI1iee 1020 a m n 40 pm All trsthi cial y except Sunday Trains rotinect wi h Q AC atXhO teville aiul with Sntther RaU way and IiriwwfcMt 11 is nt Veriles lliw KM w feto LAX rtfttton It Ricb Mktoff all e Hwet wi with L 4Ik5 sPA4 ySt 0 f IMbTEQFTHE FACT Furniture Carpets Rugs Druggets IF Curtains Mattings StoVes and all Supplies for the Home L On Easy Payments 1 1iVSAVE YOUR BANK ACCOUNT salaryLetMake a note of the fact that we save you IOta 20 pet cent 11 ON CASH PURCHASES r LUMANAND HIGGINSS HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite KENTUCKYWe Dr PenningtonDentist Specialist Regulating teeth treating pirea Porcelain Gold inlays Office next door to Government building tf The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 Is your property insurodagainst fire Better see Breck and Smith an take a policy J122m With the poultry and egg business of the country aggregating close to JC50000000 annually it will have to be styled as a pretty good sized side issue The Japs seem to have caught on to the benefits to a country of the dairy business end are picking up some fine dairy animals in this country for ship ment to the Flowery Kingdom All too often a breachy runaway team and an ancient toggled up bar ness belong to the same man Either one alone Is bad enough but together they are calculated to make a fellow lose what little religion he may have cultivatedMany colt is weak and wabbly at birth because Its dam has had little or no exercise during pregnancy cou pled with a diet in which cern has formed too large a part Moderate work will keep the mare In the best of health and this is also best for the colt The young thingsthe lambs and little pigswill be putting in appear ance within a few weeks now and it suitable quarters dry and clean are not already provided for lambing and farrowing they should be before the time arrives Much young stuff Is an nually lost through neglect In this one particular In localities where the winter weather Is cold and the snow so deep as to keep the fowls from having free range a scratching shed with south exposure should be provided adjoining the poul try Muse Here In the warmer hours of the day the hens will gather and should be made to scratch for their small grain ration Where the manuro cannot be spread at once on accumulating it should be so handled that there will be the least possible loss of its fertilizing elements from rain and weather until the job can be done Careful tests which have been made show that if left to leach manure will lose half of its value in the course of four or five months In several states dogs are considered property and aro given a nominal value of a dollar simply to establish their legal status In these states an owner may recover damages if his dog is killed without good excuse and Is also held responsible for damage that the dog may be responsible for be It killing sheep causing runaways or oth er form of trespass As a rule the low wet acres are the richest In fertilizing elements and will bo the most productive if properly tiled In the Inauguration of the more Intensive type of agriculture which must surely come with a steady increase in population and cheap ladRs about all taken up this redemption of thewet acres ought to receive an ever increasing attention Individuality in cows has been given a thorough test of late at the WIscon- sin experiment station At the end of tho testing perIod three years it wits found that the receipts from one cow exceeded her cost of keep by 110 while the combined profit of five other cows for the same time was ouly 114 but a trifle more than the same return and that too with nearly live times the amount of teed and work bestowed on the one There ought to be a sug- gestIon or two in these figures for the practical dairyman A friend who ba3 a wideawake boy sent him to the state fair last fall let him attend the agricultural abort course at the county seat a few weeks ago and says be Is going to have him attend the International live stock show at ChlcagO next December It Is a fair assumption that this lad is be ing Impressed with the Importance of agriculture as a business by these means toncb an extent that ha will not be lured from the farm by the gIlt ter of electric lighted streets sad the chance to wear a standup collar and earn Oa week behind a dry goods or clothing counter The claim has been made within the past iew weeks that toepacker has bn din the farmer a kindness by booetiBp the prkw of Ute stock to suck UnUsual levels Tbte to aotMsg partlcJarcMitbeea so scarce that high prieeq have bad to be offered to supply the kI- DMt trade it is safe W tay that when the rank sad file of feeders have sept stair Into which tljey Jwre bees erManjc high priced feedsrse market UM price wUI Iwve snEered a dlM trous stamp Jttdjriur freak Us past padocdvEd IIr the sek IIf s- n lf thatw ell Lace u l l iiil George English i I PLUMBINGl Doctor for l l Gas and Gasoline Engines 1 Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Worksl for country and suburban homest1210 E Main Street Phone 619 f lRICHMOND KENlUCKYl Important Notice The 25000 laborers who haye organized for the purpose j of cutting out the use of the Butchers High Priced Meats together with the poultry dealers are in condition to readh a satisfactory compromise through two men whose com bin ed wealth is less than 31000000 Listen and be Benefited Cattle hogs shee p and poultry are rapidly heaping up heavy incomes for their producers and are as equally effective in making paupers and crushing the laborer The income from tobacco hasgone skyward mules have gone cut of sight the supervisors have thought it wise to send taxes higher horses lore too high What is the matter Is it right The abovo two men of less than 1000000 capital should furnish rebate from their line sufficient to offset all the extortionate prices they are paying for their meat and poultry These two men are willing to test the experiment forone year in rebating to every purchaser suf to cause him to realize that meat is not the only high priced article he has bought Our rebates will come directly to purchasers who buy from us any price vehicle either tne Houghton Moyer or Columbus- or from any of our medium goods ranging in price from S40 to S85 for a full leather rubber tire neatly finished top buggy or any buggy harness from a cheap set to the very finest with rolled lines and rolled bridle farm bridles col lars and pads halters hitch straps horse covers lap robes priCpWehave a first class horseshoer rind repairer of engines and goodstofrOniour shops that is shown to be defective You can use our rebate if your beef has been too high and we will certainly appreciate your order Call up or come down Very respectfully Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 z New QuartersWe are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season 7 hurman Grocery Company Penny Photos 20 for 25 Cents Four Positions The Schk el Studio McGaughey Moberley HornesAreBungalows C theeeTo Build Them Vd All Lumber ffi1 Flinloid and 2 ply Felt Roofing ToddEdwards Lumber Co PbdDcJOO CIrIItI1rdN FJchrnoQd lC 1 =u 4ii t ii il h t t I l L b t i Me H L fk 9M 8 a L w i ttttit sttj r 4t1is ts r r r YOUR EASTER SUITs I ML 0 a S IS READY 1 uos 0 hg s ig Sunday MJrch 27tht is the day when eyeiry pneiwill iudike out If you wish lo be Sin style on that day 4 r L it is necessary to have uptodate Suit We Have t Iee received our new spring and summer lin 6r j2b i S s H1i OHIFFON BRAND e I Sand Excellent and Reliable Brandt Suits arid williakeQo c r t youNeor 0 sC C Bacnelor travoitnjr man indoor man SO outdoor man troubleavoiding nana yshouki wwr 5VUN ERHO3E t o the dnrnless sokstho Tree from holos a kind gWUXDERnOSE for MEN tiro half JasticCandctoes and S8 co died by our own special sanitary process cI Mado in TWO Weights Style 11la very light weight fino guage halfhose with doublosooJn tan greenlavenderStylo 222 a medium weight for Avin ter or summer wear in black lannavy pearl and blacjc with white feet j Sizes a 1216 12 SI per box of 4 pairs 4 OURJVAUUAXT To every purchaser buying a solid box of our Wundorhoso in either incas wo mens or childrens goods we warrant these goods to wear three months from date of purchase without having to be mended in tfiofogtor we will replace thorn free of charge For your Hat geta- nEnquirer 300 R G and American Beauty Corsets ao Cs CD Respectfully Submitted the Cash e teJ CII iiV ELDER Jt t Main 5treet Richmond Kentucky 00Io 0 SSS SSS SSe SSS SSSSSSSSSS0 oooooaeeooWOOooooooeo 1o Easter Dont get the idea into youi mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building Material illllllllJIIllllllllllllJltlililillllilllllllllinill come in and letus convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will end and your wants be satisfactorliy filled As an experiment isnt- nit worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 t Near A Depot rNcew New New I have just opened a large and handsome stock Dea1itiful Wall Paper in Schlegel building on Third street and cordiall invite an in spootioC of same We are prepared to FIRST CLA S PAPER HANGING o ts P and in the best manner Will appreciate a cal- LnnJr tins oaper is in stock and can be done promptly wo LaLlBEDS Hquse Painting Decorating Etc t I Attractive Printing Draws Trade LeUs Do Yo rsWe Can Please Ii Get Wellti you1r4f againIf by female trouble you tt Can quickly get the right Temedy to get well Its r Cardui This great medicine for women has re lieved or cured thousands of ladies suffering like tJyou rom some female trouble TARE CARUU11 1JJL seven years with female trouble Every month I would very nearly i j file with my head and tack took 12 bottfeR of Carduiand wN csired Craw is Godsend to suffering roBaea Try p 1 1 ALL Dzv ftQ1WI 4biItJrku yWR I A i p YOULL NEVER KNOW 0whatcomfortfootwear is until you have tried the to L7p T4UN1 J bca 011Itto us to know that gnarantcea haye invariably held good se0eI k 4 SSIC 5toughton Low Cuts The thingfor Easter in all tho now shapes oc- co 350 and 4 00 OG = 0o Emperor Shirts 100 and +t125 noOf McCall Patterns 10 and 15c oto to Trade g Doo 10 g0 o io OO S SUSSS Q 0 is L of the do pc X it oar Worjmology should be studied by every p rent If vour child Is nervous fretful stars in its sleep IB pasty laced has rings un der Its eyes always seems innirv not gctinlng weight you can hi surf theJ trouble is worms Whites Cream Vcr wormsIs1erry RIchmond Ky mliir For Sale Privately two store houses one oc cupied by Taylor Oldham Hardware the otherknown as thA Racket Store both on Main St J E GroanleaT tf Exeiutor b All fountain pen troubles oi perfect fountain pen at last more inky fingers or soiled c ingno fuss no muss no bo no dropper nothing to take e nothing to spill no loss oft Wri smoothly without slap oi balk It Wont roll off a sloping deik Fills UnIt itself Ablgsnc- cesaCQNKLINS marks a new era in fonnta pen construction Far bett thanJpens of belt grade Made byThe I ConkUn Pen Co Toledo Ohio I and see this Won r jCan pen it Ncthine and jhe health and safe health iand and world Hemp river and upland cultivated hiitestimpartationl Samplo and price application Both phones Yours truly JWGzssSox j2ft15t Ky Ameritas dock Biocd conquers dys pep Hvery lime the stomach prrtect here the the town and country Citizens give I I Fountain Pen Problem Solved A ICantleitkwontweat SelfFilliog Pen I Perrys I DRUG STORE1 Drugs Paints Stationery It 4 What a Sanitary Bathroom lg- r means to the Home ALMOSTevery householder realizes theimodern bathroom It is matter of vital importance shouldnot fl Lt4 be left in any other than your own flf i1modern sanitary bathroom a featurethat has much to do with the comfort conVenience as wen as of your entire household JHwwtatf fixturesand our expert plumbing insure sanitary security In the highest degree guard the of the home as no oAer fixtures caw they last longer are more beautiful give jthansystem in the Growers 1909 crop of bottom hemp seed on CimpXclson DyspeoMa is curse Hur Bidders ia Jt out im pUt ilits toiifK resiortf digestion tiomiil weight ann PHM health Ve aro to cater to tirade 01 us a trial J B SANDERS t Co 128 tf Phone 57 I J 5 4 a and hands We wiM be p1eMedto pve ypte m ctdmate if 1twifi caD or write Ukatnrted JkcrKur aWys oa haM J Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Licorporated d i I 0 CLEARANCE SALE Begining Monday January 24and Ending February 24- AH articles on which we feel ourleivies bverstodked will be mailed down to trlces4hatwrill sell tham 8 day Iron Clocks worth S1000 Sale Price I S6 00 S day Wood Clocks worth 4 andl 5Sale Price 3Tand4 Brass Jardinersand Brass Gern Dishes worth 250 to a Sale Price SL25Ererythingrwill be reduced proportion Splendid Oppor tunity to get goods of quality at prices LitE LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street The world may owe ferrmnoliving but with prices of toodst nI where they are the majority of have to scratch good and lively if we elect not to starve The earliest returns from the garden stuff will be secured from flintplant ed od ground that was fin plowedl Owing to Its physical condition such soil is wanner and hence uiakBs pos sible a more rapid growth of plant life Peggy the f1nious 10000 Crystal White Orpington hen belonging to Ernest Kcllerstrass of St Iouls was exhibited a short tUne since at a poul try snow In Madlsyu Square Uarden New York city So highly Is she prized that detectives were stationed near at hand to see that no harm befell her There Is no better way to dispose of an article or Implement which one does not longer need or of feeJling track of that which one does not have than by the Insertion of a two pr three line local In the home paper We have In mInd A number of farmers who em ploy this method anti find it very sat- Isfactory Many a boy or man has been able to live a clean andd ccnt life because of a feeling of self respect a regard for the worth and sacredness of his own personality or from consideration of a family record Cefoio hlmln which he hag felt Just pride fortunate In deed are those who have an anchor of this type when times of stress and temptation conic on The potted house roses may be kept free from the mluute red spiders andithe grecii lice by dipping the plant in a soapsuds of fair strength every two or three days and byTan occasional spraying with n tobacco solution made by steeping tobacco stems nod leaves or cheap smoking tobacco In warm water Should the plants be troubled with mildew sprinkling with flow f sulphur will correct the troubtIn buying a sow for breeding purposes It Is well for the purchaser to take account of the number of pigs there were in the litter In which she was born There may have been three maybe eight and possibly elev or twelve The young sow Is quite Ilkelyto follow the breeding habit of her dam In respect of the number of the litter and if a good producer is wanted a sow from a large Utter should be selected In selecting seed corn for planting In the northern portion of the corn belt where the season from planting to frost is barely more than a hundred days a fellow will do well to steer shy of ears having too deep a kernel as thkTtype of corn white handsome to look at and all right when planted In Its proper clime Is almost sure to be tutu in maturing to get caught with the frost and sour ontlio cot making It impossible to properly cure and keep It It Is conceded Quite generally now by poultrymen Who have made a study of food rations for laying liens that in the past fat forming toads es pecially corn In its various forms have constituted too large a per cent of the ration for the largest egg pro duction Tests recently wade show best results from substituting the ul trogenous foods clover alfalfa bran eteIu place of most of the corn Under favorable conditions otherwise this one change in the diet of the hens has given remarkable results In o recent address before a fjorth Dakota stock and grain growers asso ciation a Unroll known wrltervon agricultural subjects brought the charge against the manure spreader that its ase means the distribution of large quantities of weed seeds In the raw and Unfermented manures which It handles There may be something In this on a farm that Is badly fouled with weeds but the way to remedy the evil Is not by dispensing with the use of the manure spreader but by getting rid of the weeds and to ac complish this a clean cultivation of tilled crops and a sensible system of crop rotation are the only niuthods that need be adopted There hasnt been a spring In years when the roadsover so large an area were In as bad shape as they Will Iw during the next two or three mouths This is In part tine to nn unusually heavy October and November rainfall coupled with an unprecedented fall of snow during the past three mouths There Is no agency by which till high ways tfan be made shipshape lu a shorter time than by the judicious use of the King road dragIn brief the two halves of in eight or ten Ineb diameter log cut to fl length of Out Iht feet and fastened together one about three feet In front of the other with flat side to tIm front then pulled along the road soihatI ivork the looser surface earth Hi mjddle of tilt road leveling down the Bumps iud Illllug up the ruts and chuckholes Where a log of the type dcicrlbrd la not available a very sat isfactory substitute Is oak planks J by 10 Inches nnd of the desired length with a quarter inch thick strip of strap Iron fastened on the planks so as to project enough to give the plants a scrhpltfg ewe It will not be long after the snow gnus oflf that such u driig can bi usrd as there vlllhpllh tie frost in the ground and the roads- Wllldry out fast Reed and Ingalls Why dont you owsnld Tom need to Senator Ingalls some years ago when both men were In the serv- Ice of the people at Washington- Ah said Ingalls WIO was of very sIlgbtstnture tm too much interest ed ldmyfellotvslife and property to assuiiic to your magnlQceut height and proportion And Is not that my concern toolasked Iteed diI t9miosslblerthe edge of aboard walk and you lift- the other end stand in the middle and break through The peoples stety llps In your being a middle of the road man Some days after Reed found Ingalls In a state of mental distraction Just wallowed the gold fillings of this front tooth explained Senator Ingalls pointing to tile exposed cavity Reed laughed immoderately He drew himself up to his tall bolght As a victor he stood his time of revenge had come Ingalls I congratulate YOltYou are now worth your weight in gold Ought to Have Known Him About the limit of nerve that ever came under my Observation said an exprosecutor happened a few days ago when a man walked Into my blHce and solicited a small loan That be was drunk and had been for several days was evident at a glance Dirty blear eyed unshaved and with hands that shook like those of c professionals oman candle shooter he me with easy familiarity calling me by my first name Ills face was vaguely familiar to me but I ould not recall where hind seen him lie asked fur quarter compromised with a dime Be tcok It with profuse thanks Lets see I called to hlraas he turned to go I cant quite place you Wlionreyou VFJe wheeled and looked at me with an expression of palued surprise goodLOrdfor wife btaUng Ransas City Sjar Some Measures Herbert Spencer scorned tile metric system because It rests solely on the fact that wan has but ten fingers Howler a mile Is but n mllle pas suuiii or a thousand paces The length of the foot was used for dis tances long before it was llxwl at twelve inches A furlong Is only n furrowlong The breadth of the hand became tliestundarri because the eas lest way of measuring the height of the horse The length of the armgave the length of the ell and front the elbow tv the tip of the middle Buger was the cubit By stretcuiiig oil both arias as if on a cross titan Invented the measure of the fathom Cloth measure still decrees that two and onehalf Inches make a nail and this Is the width of four Queers held together bud measured across the nails The npqthecarys dram orlgl nally signified only as much r4w splr It as can be held In the mouth Editorial Pleasantries Two editors quarreled and one re ferred to the others early career lu his paper As forour contemporary he wrote what can we expect from a man who wm flvQyears ago hawking from dout to doorvtn u donkey and au HI con ditioned beast nt that His rival did not deny Itbut In his next Issue appeared the following Our contemporary fJrS that UVP years ago we were hawking from door to door with a donkey and nil 111 eon quiterightare surprised to find the donkey has such a good memory Won by a Nose Bernard Shaw saul a dramatic critic always does tine original thing I TCent to see Caesar and Cleopatra with him dice and as we stood In Jhtf al3le the house was crowded u stnm ser behind us persisted lu poking his hend right orer Shaws shoulder Shaw then did Jhe original thing Taking out his handkerchief be wiped tho mans nose patting audtwIstliiK It pretty vigorously The niau with an ugly oath Jerked lack his hoad ObI beg your pardon eald Shawl thought U was mine you know WasLingtoiJ Star Ready to Bargain Suitor to her fathenSIr I love the very groundyour daughter trciids on Father grimly Well young mall your ulut the first party thats hud an nt fichmetit for It Howsotnever If you love It well enough to come and help pay up the mortgage on It you can marry Sarah Exchange Hop less iawerYbu dout like the Jury Oefendant l do not No lfRmy Jailor to U Is my grocer No D lsmy milk anti egg dealer and tcl V Is my wifes first husband What chance have 1 got7St Inul Dlspatcfc Expressed Differently Madam you ought to go to a warm er climate vKor once doctor you and my hua baud nre agreed but be eipressea tbe Idea In more emphatic nguiiici New York Press He Contributed SJlsslonnryTDo you ever contribute forelggtln ImenThose who nregrecdrot nntarcb provf that they ar p orIB praleI 7 LWHEN Y0U WANT PRLNTINGCONSULT THE THE ClIMIrj l y ffI iMbt 1rREtiSiQUS TH006HTV Gems Glearsd From the Teeblsjv fAII Denominations God always goes beyond the expcc tatlOtt of Ills people In fulfilling hIs proniisesrRev J Henry Hnslam Bap list Philadelphia Tbo Great raditkn TChenjsn assist onianlipcdyfU asr eist the nation Woman istliq fpuuda tlon of our lives She Is the Interjne dlary between mapand alldlvjlnlty Rcr 8 Parkes Cadman Congregation ailst Brooklyn r A New Life What is needed isnot a new theology but n new UfoThcpoweisfur fishing that life Is to be found ib the conscious presence of Gotl In bur hu man lives Rev Leonard A Barrett Methodist Cleveland SWjnning of Men to GodIWe can win men to a love 6f God as they scq him revealed jo us by Und reasoning cfiarlty nobleness IItyBaptist Jamaica Plains Mass IRealThe victories of the associations are the real victories of the cburcb Through the triumphs of many mem bers the body lsglfarlflea and Jcsua Christ the Jtd Is hondreTi ReV Wlf llam Horace Day Congregatlonalist Los Angeles CaL Church of IdeaIIReligion Is the everlasting thought the supreme and abiding love So the Ideal church to day must bd a church of Ideals anti If must make these Ideals motive forces n the life of the Individual and the ife of society Rev Caleb S S Dut oIZ Unitarian Brooklyn Completeness of Life No llfels complete In Itself Only through others do we reach the full measure of lifes Joy and perfection We must bave other lives to touch our own Wo must have other fhom we may love and souls we may pour our life Robert lyn Kent Congregntlon LifeH Salt Which Seasons All Religion Is no longer a of ceremony doctrine or even church going It Is the salt which seasons all life the leaven which affects all conduct and the light which cheers fill hearts as In the thought of Jesus and Paullt was meant to do It Is larger than any one sect creed party or church and Its permanent value lies In the Inspiration It affords In a persistent search for God and the highest levcls of dally life Rev J B Clayton Baptist Washington Spiritual Resurrection Christs cross no longer clings to his shoulders but rests upon his heart tIts suffering will end only when sin ceases The Christian is one who has experienced a spiritual resurrection Dormant divinity becomes dominant in JIm and he is transformed into a Saviour of the world Hotvhostiaros Christs life will also share his suffer ing There Is an Easter of the soul The latent Christ becomes a living Christ In a human heart Thus the spiritual resurrection continues and completes Calvary Rev G Wojcott Brooks Congregatlonallst Dorchester Mass Facing Death pnrtofevolution toward our destiny of god likeness then Instead of shrinking from death as from the brink of some horrible abyss Into whose awful dark ness we are forced to leap we can ap proach heath with light la face with outlook with uplook wltl11 glori ous hope even as we approach a gate Way that opens on hinge of gold tq let us out Into the larger liberty of the universe Into thrf magnificent citizenship of Immortality Rev Dr John Reid Shannon Methodist Episcopal Washington Our Influence Every man has an influence Contact with every life Is either a trip to the mountains or a camp In the des ert All of life has its influence No action whether foul or fair Is ever done Lint It leaves somewhere a lco- rd written by fingers ghostly as a blessing or n curse This Influence continues when we are gone Long after we are dead and forgotten our Influence lives on to do Gods wortor the devils work In the world We can never recall our Influence Drop piece of money to the bottotn of the sea and bid it rise again to your hand More easily will It obey command titan will your hifiuenccot wqrd or act come back to your side at your call We are responsible for our In fluence God holds a man accountable for every fire that the match of lila Influence has kindled Rev Dr wnWallace Baptist Cleveland O Right With God To be right with God Is the same IL earth that it is in heaven whatevci and wherever heaven may be This i what Jesus meant when he said t Peter Whatsoever ye shall bind 01 earth shall be bound in heaven Thi is what we mean when we pray Th will be done on earth as it is in heavoih Jfot that men or any man can dlltnt to God but men who obey God wll find that God responds alike in cart and in heaven To live with men an for humanity as Jesus lived when o earth Is the surest way to secure title clear to mansions in the skies One who llvca right with humanity I living right with the Christian pcrsoi allty whether he has learned to sa Christ or not When any one geatl or Jew or Christian loves nil huuianlt as one must love In onTcr to love GO the Father with nIl the heart to love tie name of Jesus the Christ will sure ly come with proper lnstructlngflev A J Bailey Reformed Brooklyn C j To Horsemen Thc Climax calls aUcntlqn of horse monfotiio fact that we liavcqstre- ceiod pow type etc and arQ betfitf prepared than over to print horse and jack cards Our prices are very reason able ant tho fuality of the work can itot bo eqUJ6dWo will Sttvo you money and give you u good job of Work tr Desperate Coughs Dangerous coughs Extremely perilous coughs Coughs that rasp and tear the throat and Coughs thatshake the whole body You need regu lit medicine a doctorsraedi cine for such a cough Ask AyersCherry w publ ers ib our foulM w bsnlsi aleo1 Iron eoniult your tloctec Any good doctor will tell you that a m4ir me like Ayers Cherry Pectoral cn t i do itt b st WOtr if the bow k ar cnTp dAsk ydar doctor if kc knows liythina better n AYIrs UUlwr M 14llJ rt t2 tniff Ut H eii of tNTMver j Good Things to Eat I Thars ill we carry Whether ks 4 I IcacydcfxndnblcEvery t a t I IIBad cone gains a place onatxr shelves l t l Ult falls to meJlUre urour lglJ I i J One of the recett tocctafnl contiuw tnts for representation la ur line is I ELEETA L COFFEE 1 i smooth and dainty bleed of selected highland grown beausthe markets choicest The Elects process of slowcooking and s t drycuring the g ecofrce7 iflavor and hnpmveJti In ttet 6o jr are sore of jthe Iil1cstquiitlvsatWacUotl thai In t I itself would make Electa worth pore I i I than other coffees rCompare itwl1anyjotl fcver drank I fCre fia varend the glorious arcma f tateI ahdSon1Telephone 35 f ppp sIl pp pp Special Attention is called to the Wm J Oliver MpRovEo CHILLED PLOW unquestionably the best on the market We Also Handle the Vulcan Plow J and AllVulcan Repairs Taylor Oldbam DenIers in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street A Hard Blow for you if you wero to lose the receipts and cash you now carry about How much bettor off you would be if you had an account at this bank Then your cash would bo always safe The can celled checks would be receipts that could bo verified at any timo Think it over and youll Start Today State Bank and Trust Company Richmond Kentucky oWeare Receiving the Choicest Lot oft Evaporated Fruit The best Canned Goods and the choi A fIcest brands ot Fancy Groceries We make it a point to combine quality J- t with quantity and always at the low Jest of market prices See our beautiful line of S Queensware Wooden Granite and Willow Ware If r SLL McKINNEY GROCERS tc Telephone 223 Q Behind Time Sometimes a minuto isofex A tromo importance Your watch should bo true to tim record If its not some tlung is wrong Let us ox amine your watch Watch repairing is our specialty FJ YEAGERMAIN STREETS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Representative ofthe National Cooperative Realty Company J A1 HIGGINS I 258 E Main Street RichmondJKy I have openel my Real Estate office and will be glad to receiveyoui list of For Sale or Rent Property CiLy Pro perty or Farm Lands Have arranged to have property well advertised in home papers and National Bulletin J RBNTSCOLLECTEO WtH DOUGLLS SONS r FRESH AND CURED r MM ATSlt STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Highest Cash Price paid for Procude i V Orders Promptly Fitted jjjm Lait 6 Wc R 1 o 4l J i FT t 7 Iii wffT GET UPa list of what articles of Furniture you need for the coming spring and then take a stroll through our salesrooms Youll find something here to check off teach piece or set and be happier in the end Reason Best stock ill town prices that cant be beat and considerate courteous treatment to all L BEUETTandillGGIIS UNDERTAKING 1 All Kinds of Good Coal WE SELL Coal for the grate Coal for the furnace Coal for theStove Coal for anywhere you may want it Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico- We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that onra is a little better than you have been Jettill elsewhere anil possiblyless Full Weight or Coal Forfeited BroaddusS Vaughn Orchard Street I Lime Cement Etc n un If ou are going to sell out iml want your goods to bring they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky v to eon luct vour sale His charges are reasonable The Richmond Steam Laundry at yonr service Call or ring 52 1yr For Sale Large Tufts double Soda Fountain ctioap Aplly to Alex O Redwitz 101 First St Richmond Ky mch93t For Sale high bred English setter Dwellcn Puppies Count LadyslonoA Oakley Hill Breeding both families hsh class field dogs full Tabulated pcdegree furnished Address C II Bowyer 140 West Short St Lexington Ky 2m3t For Sale Barred Plymothrock and Leghorn eggs for sale 8100 per setting of 15 eggs Al so African goose eggs COo a piece I can spare two or three pairs of geese Mm CLAnK RICE 9mtf R D 3 Richmond Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Also fresh milk owsr good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Telo phone 484 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky j2tf Eggs for Sale From puro brd Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Lvhorn 81 per setting of 25 eggs or 40 ers for 82 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys and Muskogoe flying ducks Prices on eggs quoted on application Mrs Wallace Gilbert 2 93 mo nI No Richmond Ky Opera = House TONIGHT MLLE TUTTLE AND HER Educated Parrots AN- DWTLONG Two Motion Pictures GOOD MUS- ICAdmission 10 cts farleyMarcb artnp nelUng Lit at Ggat I 11 Around Town1 1 r + Dont forget the Easter Bazaar LaundryCoupons Tobacco canvas from 2 12 cts up at MGtf A Dobrowskys Lost Saturday en Irvine pike light overcoat Please return to Climax office ILooKout for mad dogs Many have been reported in neighboring counties All honor to Judge Rode Shackelford for insisting that the court house be kept clean C W Cobb sold to Joe Azbill one horse for 8175 and one to W B Burton for 200 Twcntyflve thousand bushels of pc tatoes were burned in a big fire in Maine this week Fire Life Accidentand Health Insur ance in the very best old line Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf New swinging typewritter stand attaching to desk for sale at the torIoffice Used but very little If you need anew dress for Easter at tend tho Suit opening at W D Oldham Cos Big store on March 14th and 15th A most beautiful showing of anything new in Readytowear apparel for ladles will be on dispfay at special prices at tho Busy BeoCash Stores Suit Opening March 14th und 15th Mr J ll Walker takes pleasuro in inviting you to his now home on Second street His Spring line is coming in and tile latch string is always out You will find his assortment good models beautiful dresses perfect prices lowest His suits have class your opinion is wanted and it is a pleasure to please you The fitting by Mrs Moores the best Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouthrock eggs for sale at 75 cents a setting W O Burke 393m i R D 2 Richmond Turkeys Soaring In Bourbon county last week turkey hens sold at 4 each They are selling in the neighborhood of this price allover tho state The Lamb Crop From present indications the lamb crop this year will be the smallest in years It is a pity too as they are sell ing at high prices for summer delivery Important Tho ladies of the P A C Infirmary urge all friends of the Institution to help them win the piano as offered by the Normal City Laundry Save your cou pons tor the Infirmary Asking For Pardons Petitions were circulated in Richmond asking for tho pardon of Henry Xoutsoy now in the penitentiary for conspiracy in the killing of Gov Wm Goebol As the other conspirators have been set free many thought the hide ought to go with the tail and signed the paper Attention Sir Knights All Knights Templars of Richmond Commandery are requested to meet at the asylum today Wednesday at two oclock p m in full uniform to attend funeral services pf Brother D P Armer D B SnACXELTOHD Emlnont Commander r Many Schools Closing Many of tho schools in Madison are closing their terms having expired The miserable weather cut down the attendance during the winter but good work was accomplished The schools in Mftdison were never in better condition than now Supt Noland is a fine official and is doing good work Easter Bazaar March 20 for the PAC Infirmary A New Plan Beginning about May 1st the congre gation of First Presbyterian church will employ a young minister possibly one from the Seminary to take charge of the Sunday school during the stunmer months Ho will be a musician and will add features to the meeting calculated to increase the interest and attendance Cardof Thanks We take this method of expressing to our friends and the choir our heartfelt gratitude for the many acts of kiadnew shown us in our hour of trouble the lew of our mother Mrs Heary Traynor and to say that jo appreciate the same more than words can express The Family Farms Sow Real Estate Agent James Hantef Monday the following sales To Nat aaa Thomas Cotton the Mrs James Smith farm a r feed How coatain JwKOMiw foc 12WC to DMa Hw bs the sjsb ll fr r Lost Fork pike O1 IflID 18i 1IOOOia Ndl INkJ- WM1ii ru jT 11 r J a w r Ia C i it r C5eji r Of ii1iI JitI 18 O Suits Overcoats and RaincoatsWe believe this to be the best proposition ever offered the cloth countyThese Kenton make and 4re correct in every detailfit and style to gether with high quality of material and workmanship Buys choice of oil Suits Overcoats and Raincoats up to 1700 values I THE STORE FOR The City Fathers Regular March Meeting Held and Much Routine Busi S Attended To The City Council met in regular ses sion Thursday evening Minutes of last meeting were read and approved Chief Allman reported ten arrests during the month of February all convicted ex cept three The Police Court reported collection of 328 in fines Other officials made reports showing the business of the City las being wellattended to His honor Mayor Rice stated that soVoral parties who had built sidewalks and whom tho city had helped had failed to pay amount duo and the at torney was directed to look into the matter and take steps to collect same The purchaser of the school bonds asked that another publication of the ordinance be made not that there was anything wrong with the other but to change a few minor phrases ofsamo and same was ordered published Clerk Fans stated that he had furnished the company with all desired information and the money would be forthcoming as quickly as the ordinance was published As stated above the ordinance is the same with the exception of one or two expressions which really are of no con sequence Chief Allman was ordered to collect license fees from tho bus and transfer companies in the City There has always been an ordinance to this effect but it has not been enforced for a longtime The question of buying a rock crusher and quarry was discussed at length Mr T S Ifurnam priced land atthe old quarry but the Council de cided to look a little further before taking dofinitostops in the matter It was decided to buy some rock however and committee was appointedto get prices etc Council is aware of the miserablo condition of the street but thpworlj of putting thorn in shape will cost so much money that Council is wisely looking around thoroughly before beginning the task As has been frequently stated in Tuff Climax the Council is composed of men of good hoss sense and they aro not going to jump into anything until they have fully investigated every phase thereof Several complaints were reported about lights but the Companys representatives stated that they had boon never notified in regard to the placing now lights and had always repaired defective lights as quickly H possible As stated in last issue of The Climax the policemen now carry postal cards upon which to mail report of any light found out of orderMr Evans for State Dank Trust Co treasurer made report showing condition of the City till While funds are now low in some branches yet others show up very well Council is determined to steer clear of debt and n this good judgment they are entitled to the praise of every lover of good government Verdict Given Mrs White Her many friends will be delighted to know that Mrs Jennie Faulkner White was gives damages In tho sum of 31100 agniust the Adams Express Co in her suit against that corporation which was tried ta the Madison Circuit Court last week Some time last summer Mrs White was returning from Laxksgtoa and intbe usual confusion in changing cars at Winchester an employe ran the eel efa truck over her foot causing ivckatithdog and loss of time It is hopod that this will teach the railroad a dvspr9W pe 0e at Wiacbeet that I 6eMers have some tight to use the ptatfoflk Tfmtiikww jMU IHl ra ovMkr tb M tit pat M4 MMlkMitiiMll MMM to pMUVAL 0 II FOR g1 iio 375 Millinery Ready- Mr E V Elder is pleased to announco to the public that his immense line of millinery is now ready for inspection Miss Nell Donnelly of Cincinnati one of the best trimmers in the State has arrived and taken charge of the stock and will be pleased to showtho goods Mayor Mount In Town Mr JR Mount who is acting mayor of Lancaster during the absence of Mayor Logan was in Richmond Friday He is a dyedinthowool Democrat and one of the wheelhosscs in Garrard politics A Big Sale On We cali attention tzi the advertisement in this issue of the Climax of J S Stan ifer As stated in tim ad they are soil ing goods at and below cost for the purpose of making a clean sweep or the stock to make room for other goods Heros a rare chance to secure rare bar gains Sonny Thomas Dead Many friends in Richmond will be sorry to learn of the death of Mr W It Thomas which occurred at his borne in Winchester Sunday Mr Thomas who was familiarly known as Sonny was a leading promoter of the Winchester base ball team and made many vistits to qur city with that organization Mr Price Here Hon W J Price of Danville was in the city Friday for a short time looking after his fences in the race for Porno cratic nomination for Congress Mr Price met with a warm reception and received much encouragement While not an announced candidate for the office Mr Price will probably be Mr Holms opponent for the nomination for Congress in the Eighth district He has many friends in Madison county who will be gratified to hear of his formal announcement Richmond Girls Defeated In a pretty game of basket ball at the Princess Rink Saturday evening the Pinoville team defeated the hull Girls by a score of 18 to 7 Pineville is claim ed to have the best girl team jn the State and judging by the splendid article of ball they played in this city we believe tho claim a just one The line up is as follows Richmond Fowards Woods and Foster guards Hallow noel Million centers Gormley illitl Montjoy Pinovillo Forwards Asher and Weller guards Lyons and Riley center Schclfer and Withers Referee Miss Ray Pinevllle UnipJro MissMonljoy Richmond Time Twenty minute halves Court Adjourns Circuit court adjourned Friday after being in session forgone month It is a singular fact that no ono was convicted of felony during the term If a term was over held in Madison lot that length of time wjthout a conviction for felony no ono can recall it This is a matter of which our people feel justly proud andjspeaks Solumcs for the splen did condition of affairs in our county The Climax is also Very glad to note that very few indictments were returned by the grand jury those found being mostly for trivial offenses The cause of the dearth of crime is attributed to several causes Some say it is by reason of the fact that we have diligent officers This we admit we have but we believe the sober condition of the community is the true causo for this splendid con dition Xen In their normal condition seldom commit qrime As wo heard 1 gentleman express It Jkeop sober ani you thereby keep your neighbor out of the pwlltentiary possibly escape H yourself la an exciting game of basketball ill the Princes rink Friday night the girls front V aysvillo High School wore fefMtai by Caldwell School lasses by a wS s i4 t The vkSfers biul tN 1eil ers ertI ttwtrtftfcii rl j i 1r 950 r Allows pickof allup to 14OO values Some Out of Style Suits stilleftsizes 34 to 37 Former price JO S to 20 Choice for 375 Great for work clothes k Dead Former Citizen Passes Away at Home In Indiana News of the death of Squire D P Armer was received by Richmond friends early Monday mprning The ouch came at his home in Richmond Ind Ho had been ill but a short time and while we have no particulars as yet the supposition is that he died from the effects of grip and a general break down Messrs R C Stockton and J E Crccnleaf loft Monday evening for Indi ana and will accompany the remains to this city for burial The funeral services wilt be held in Asylum of Richmond Commandery today Wednesday at 3 oclock the senices being under the auspices of Richmond Commandery Knights Templar the interment taking place at the Richmond cemetery Squire Armer wits one of the best known citizen in Richmond or we may say in Madison county lIe came here at the close of the civil war having served on gunboats in tho U S Naval branch of the service and was in some of the mos severe engagements of that great conflict Ho came to Richmond and engaged in the jewelry business Ho returned to this city and remained some time again engaged in the jewelry and walchmakihg Business but soon disposed of his establishment and went to Richmond Ind Ho was a splendid workman and his shop was always crowded with work lIe was an enthusiastic member of the Masoniq organizations and was Rich monds first Eminent Commander and also Iho first president of the Masonic Club He knew The work perfectly and was never so happyas when engaged in Masonic work He was also an enthusiastic member al Richmond Lodge of Elks lIe was bighearted jbvialanti a mighty clever man in every way lIe loved a good joke and his company was always pleasant and agreeable Ho is servived by his wife who accompanied the remains to this HuncnsMrs Alex Hudgins died suddenly Sunday evening at hor home on Orange street her death being due to heart trouble Deceased was twenty live years old and is survived by her husband and four children who have the deep sympathy of allin their loss Interment tool place Mofday afternoon in the Richmond cemetery HJLLlrs Claude Hill died lit the home of her husbands parents at Vat ley View last Sunday of consumption ago twenty otie years She 1ea08 n bus band and ono child Abouttwo weeks al o she returned front Florida whore sill spent about Tour months with hope that she would bebomilitted by the change of climate Eld W I PeeLpreached thin funeral sermon Sunday afternoon Burial in Nicholasvillo cemetery TitavouMrs Henry Traynor of this city died at the homo of hersonin law Mr Bland Ballard In Danville last Wednesday Mrs Traynor whilo not seriously ill was on a visit to Han ville relatives She became ill suddenly and was unable to return home Slid grew rapidly worse and passed away ut the time stated above She was about fifty years of ago She had been lifelong member of the Baptist church and was a good chrislain woman beloved by all who knew her Sho came from a family widely connected and well known all over Kentucky She was a great favorite with till in her homo town and county and will bo greatly missed by those who loved her so well and for whom her many acts of kindness had made such strong ties The temalns were brought to Richmond and the fun oral services held Friday after which the remains wine Inttred in tte Richmond Cemetery iheJuneral services were conducted r Marshall at her late home baNorth Street The many handsome moral offerings were but a faint expressions of the love and esteemed In which she was held by all who knew her She is survived by her Mrs Bland l llardl Mary Troy r t i M C M CC The above describes the official posi tion of Judge 11 C Rice who onSatur day was appointed by ludge llenton as Master Commissioner of the Madison Circuit Court Tim term of T H Col Ibis having expired Judge Benton could nut have found a bete1 or more compe tent and faithful man to fill the vacancy Judge Rice who is every inch a scntl man is thoroughly competent to handle the complicated business of the office and we know Judge Benton will never have cause lo regret placing Judge Rico in charge of same His long residence in Richmond and many years experience as a member of the bar have equipped Judge Rico in every way Tho Climax extends its best wishes to the liow official His Services Needed liOxington Herald The Hon J A Sullivan of Richmond has announced his withdrawal from the rico for Con gross in the Eighth District It is to bo hoped that some other field may bo found for the exercise of the strong abilities he possesses in the service of the people of Kentucky whom ho served so well as a member of the Legislature Primary April 30th The Democratic Committee of the Eighth District met at Nicholasvillo Thursday and called a primary election for April 30th to select n nominee for Congress Representative Harvey Helm and lion W J Price of Danville are the only Mmounccd candidates and will light out the battle Mr Prices friends claimed that tho time was too short to mlle 4ho canvass but tho committee the chairman voting decided otherwise md Mr Price filed notice of contest and the matter will bo decided by the Stale Committee Mr Prices friends are confident that more time will bo given Local party men arc greatly displeased with tho action as it is the opinion that tho primary should have been held later in tho summer when all candidates would have had ample time to get over the district Jeptha Chen nulL nut Miss Mary Culto were married Saturday evening in Knoxvillc for which city they left at noon of that The marriage was not an elopement bul g of family and friends thaUhcy departed The groom is one of MadisoVs mpst pop ular und prosperous young farmers He is a son of tho late Anderson Clicnauli anti la ayoung man of sterling qualities and industrious habits His bride is a daughlerof and is a brunette of rare beauty Sho is a young woman of such gentleness of manner sweetness of disposition and noblcnessof character tfmt she holds her frlendswlth strong cordspf love She is an oxpert stenographer andjor several years has been the private secretary for ExMayor Woods Both she and her gallantgroom number their friends by the scoro and no coaplo cycr slarted out in life with more trub wishes tunis this one Upon tler reluriiMr and Mrs eepfng on tut t o l ITfr75O r t of all at fO I W Mr Gentleman Concludes to Remain Out of Race His Reasons For some time his many friends have been urging Hon Jerry Sullivan to enter the race for the nomination for Congress in fact they have been though his business affairs and health were strongly against his dohigso After careful consideration he decided last week i bat it wouldbe impossible for him to enter or remain in the race His bus mess affairs are such that it would bo unwise forhim to give them up and again his health is far from perfect nod the campaign would certainly bring about conditions any sensible man would endeavor to avoid Mr Sullivan is deeply grateful for every kind word spoken of him in regard to the matter and lip predates fully every offer of suppprt lIe made the following statement last Wednesday to The Climax I have stated to my friends that I intended to be a candidate for the Demo critic nomination for Congress in this district this year I meant this in good faith but I expected to be able to give the race all tho time its would require I find however that my engagements and health do not render it possible for mo to do this in justice either to others or myself I have there fore determined not to make the nice I will always cherish with gratitude the kindness shown and support tender ed tomoby friends in and out of tho dis trict As the District Committee will meet this week I having reached this conclusion think it my duty to make tIlls statement Factories There were inspected in the State during the past year factories contain ing 72025 employes of whom there were 20034 men 7885 women 1050 boys 790 girls and 13 10 foremen A dol1r as as a dollar made men will save many by their now Suits and Democratic importance 375 COVINCTON and BANKSQUALITY zWzzN rnISquire Armer WellKnown cit- yDEATHS husbandthreedaulhters 1ant 11c JudgeRice Married- ChenaultCultonMr pcoplolw UeeTXCulton llinhtUtreIt 9I Choice Sullivan Declines MadisonCounty Congressional aljmost Kentucky saveds good Thrifty dollars buying clothing Overcoats Killing at Berea About six oclock Monday morning a shooting scrape occured at Berea in IarcusiJolwounded by Burnham Baker a brother uf the dead man From the meagre lie counts obtainable it seems that the Baker boys went to the hotel run by Bolen Trouble arose among them and manyshots were fired Sam Baker was killed instantly and it is thought a bullet pierced both lungs and came very close to the heart of Bolen Sam Baker was a welltodo young farmer who lived near Paint Lick and leaves a wife and two children Both Bolen keeper of the hotel and Burnham Baker are also well known men and quite prominent in that end of the county From Lovely Florida The Climax has been shown letters fronv Miss Eloise Million to Richmond Telativcs in which she describes the beautiful climate and surroundings of that lovely country One letter written from points on the Gulf of Mexico says We came fly rail from Tampa to St Petersburg and took gasoline boat for half hours ride to Pjissagaillu where Aye now are It is an island seven miles long and about half mile wide bay on one side and gulf on tIme other We spent all the afternoon on the beech gathering shells and how we did enjoy it We got so many pretty ones and Klatli we had Iheyimo fun you used to have running back from the water occasionally getting our feet wet too We sewed our towels up to put our shells In and wish you might see how tanned we are There Is some kind of exposition goinj on at Tampa and all the trains are crowded with people gain Will send some small curios of my gulf exploration to let you know that its been real line How I do wish you were all with us Wish you might see me row a boat The letters are filled with interesting matter and Tho Climax regrets that lack of space prevents pub lishing them in full as they are so well written antI contain so much valuable information Highest Scientific Authority Has demonstrated fhatef two lOaves el bead eae rateefc with Royal Bafcfag Fewder aaA tbe other with atam hale INg pewlIer tk8ReyairaIsst teafht 32 pm 0811 tlNr AYoI4AIia t IGood Court Day was in town Monday to attend county court and business with the farmers and traders was brisk It is a little early to buy Spring weara bles yet and business with the mer chants was not as brisk as it might have been however all are satisfied with tho days work The stock traders were as busy is bird dogs ant the prices quoted in other columns of The Climajc shows that prices are still as high as a cats back Normal Bill Defeated It is regreted by the friends of tin local Normal School that the bill in troduced in the Legislature for an additionalappropriation was defeated It passed the Senate but foil down in the House The money asked is badly needed by the School in fact it will take the most rigid economy in every branch of the great wprk to make ends meet Every cent so far appropriated has been used to the best advantage and tho additional money asked was for improvements absolutely needed for the School The thanks of our people are duo to Senator Burnam and Representative Herriugton for the able manner in which they fought for the mean ure and it is through no fault of theirs that it failed to pass I Change at L N Mr J W Hamilton who has filled thin position of agent at the L fc N depot for some time has tendered his resignation having entered the whole sale grocery business During his term of service Mr Hamilton has handled the business in a manner entirely satis factory to all concerned and many regret that he lias severed his connection with the road Mr Jonas Rocker wlu has worked as one of thin telegraph operators has accepted the position and entered upon his duties Mr Rucker is a splendid business man and deserved weilIa worthy chip of the old block rrI l f1 l 9 fi ttt JNr Cif j fi It 7lli JfrftTffJP r I ROYAL 1 I leakingPowder renders the food more Iand I wholesome iillc tffili I 4k1M6 oWDLW Absolutely 4i i TEIT t rHI lW WHEAT FLOUR N CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD UI1 S GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT j ARTICLES ENERIY ETI WILL IY EllS uu 3S5 f slrlI f1UII lg uSMilk 1030 Perk loin 035 Cheese u u 5- Mutter35Wheat Breakfast Feeds 11f8 alee 2S25- PeUtses rrrr = 250t Beans dried u 3040 Wheat Flour 6540t tU S Department oJ Agriculture Farmers BuH tln No a42Iinergy=Muscle andStrengthGiving QulitiesN One pound fourrcotinc2K to 3 ctnts wHIgoas far utwo pounds of meat costing 15 to 20 cents per pound = U P F ZP F I Z P FU ZP F U Z PF A fireat Success Our Clearance Sale has been the most suc cessful and satisfactery we have ever held fact we are so well pleased that we have decided To Let Goods Go at Sacrifice Prices for a while longer You know the highclass goods we handle you know we offer only genuine bargains so come quickly and sup ply yourself while you get advantage of our special sale prices N V WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods NoticnstEtc Ue0 MrischenFormerly withJ B Stouffer Merchant Tailor Appartments over J E Sexton Phone J73 All Kinds ot Pressing gleaning Repairing Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Patronage Soliciied Attractive Printing Draws Trade Let Us Do Yours We Can Please J Ballad Snow Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Okl Sores Wounds Sprains Bruises etc Give k a Trial and bo Convinced THrcc Sizes Price 25 50c and 100 EALLARD SNOW L1WIMEMT CO JAMES F SAUL Proprietor ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and R arnmndd byL PERRY THOMAS Rural TelephonesMr farmer Alake jronr home as modem fw your family M a city reel donco nnd placeyourealliu position to tIe latest BMrketqnotations at any times ThKcan re aicomplished bYmeAD g o our telephone service which you and yOUr Beighbor c in gH for a 8a amalf eompA d the bne fits rere letICalI or addre oar nearest offiiM or write direct to beedqutrtert Jlaabvill tMUM8tMf iaformBtion regard our p1l Amen Line rate If M ttt are ot ia e mcriee we eMi h mtdi Mssappf1ittndBAST TENNJWiU mBEtiQN 1M u u H rS UFF UiPFHig- hcosLoflivin c solvedN food value for your 7Goverrimenshows This should in duce you to eat more C bread and bread is the N cheapest food and when you use Zarings- Patent r Flourcyou can easily make theNbest bread If your grocer hasnt Z F write or r phone us and we will send him a supply We want you to us- eZaring9s C N- Patent Flour = Z U UZPF In can Liniment wt that with P T The family that eats plentyof Quaker Oats is a healthyrugged family The most popular food in theworld be cause it does most andcosts least Regular lOc packiees and hermetically sealed tins for hot climate 54 Notice to Creditors AH persons having claims against tho estate of Wm Hamm deceased will present same to undersigned on or before March 23 1010 verified as required by law or same will be barred Those indebted to the estate are requested to all and settle H W M CREEKMOUE Admr Lovers of good health should prevent eicknesf instead of letting themselves get sick youkeepin a healthy and active condition vou wont get sick B iHards Herbine re lieves constipation inactive liver and all stomach and bowel troubles Soli by H L Perry mlm Embroidery- With the approach of Spring nd Easter the feminine mind naturally turns to dainty beautiful lingerie Nothing is so charming and suitable as hand embroidery Miss Eva Roberts has a full line of new patterns and is prepared to do stamping at reasonable priceS She carries a full line of embroider mater- Ials and will bo glad to havo her friends and patrons call when in need of any stamping flosses or other materials Miss Roberts carries only the newest designs Give her a call Residence First street in the rear of White Wines Drugstore tf Sample Helps Frail Women So many women are dragging out digestivepoor circulation nervousness and the veryUnnecessaryfault theweltareknowthathabitually Conatipated and from thie re etcthatremedIemolAIrYouregularly once o t twle a day all YOlK goodmildsyrup Pepeia for awhile and you wilt andstronger andthenffljappewr nttaketroBg eatbirtle andeaMnttaeUngPepain druggistether alee may be enoligh tiPJRI ofkpWIHII wl ttteeathsloungetneed It take the advice of IN JlwtLCoy 41 Pwentvfth atreet JIoMM IL andedtie ag they d4 and learn for ereiit 1IIetItwllno doubt Dr CaldweH penoMHy win be plom tca7VIYIJHtre abitohtfree aJetteraD4 he wiltepiy to yon ks4L edae difI pL 1 wI PilING HANewYcralon cian Old Saying Spring Time Yonni Womens 0nlnthc turns to thoughts of dress CThemost important feature of your Spring dress is footwear properly fitted and correctly styled We are exceedingly proud of the new low cuts we have to show you this teason They are made for us by the exclusive style producers of the world The Julian Kokenge Co in Cincinnati There is a SilKid Shoe for every foot and the Styles are such asno other local dealer will show this year That is one of the great advantages of buying shoes here You are sure of securing the newest zand most exclusive Styles long before they are shown elsewhere Get First Choice iIENS YOUTHS and LITTLE MENS H SPRINGu Shoes and Oxfords nJ are now ready and we have a large stock to select from We handle lines made especially for us and we stand back of every pair with our guarantee to give perfect satisfaction for the price you pay We have them in all leathers and made up in the latest styles Best in Quality Perfect in Fit From the leading manufactur ers of the east We have for menthe Just Right Shoes at 4and5 HBReedat3and35O For Boys youths and little men we have BURLEY STEVENSa factory that makes nothing but boys shoes This enables us to give you the best values pos sible Our experience has taught us that it a takes a good shoe to stand aiJoyWe them in all sizes 1R50 to 3 pring Clothiqg Uo in of our our to to for and wi our T v Our to he a well In no The one it to of we of of ourit also of for a is with at a First ItsYour Doat the Cause Of Many people reVlraulpcct their kid neys Jl from a or back they think It Is only a when ary trouble sets in they it will soon corrtc itself And it ia with all other nvmptoms of dis orders That is just where the lies You must cure these or they may lead to or disease The to use is Doans It PUs It cures pH alls which are by weaker RCll dents tf this are constantly testifying to curts Thps Elkin Danvile St says For a great many years r was a utrerer from kidney Tin fin year ago I had such seven paula in tho small of my back that I was able to get The many remedies tried failed to help me and on tha advice of a IriencJ I procured a bor PiUS and commenced their use In a short time I improved und it was not long before I was to good health I give Doans Kidney the credit for the and nicommeBd theta as a kidney remedy For all dealers Price 50 cts Co Buffalo Uew York sole agents for the United Stales Remember the no other mlm iFv Farn Five fiv acre farms for sale at a each Less tlwn Three from Richmond n 1tnt accp will pay for 1he 1ves moP ear pike 5ffcpgoMl only until 20 J C RicfiBiend pratrudincrb- 14d j1e to Isani Otatinnt iellylt l 0 Call have i RETAILElOfSUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES ypuLowholdtheirare of greater value titan any other make Iho 1sJ SALE y to on Good Farm Lands The North LIfe In Co money M S per interest otif KBod hBftfved farmlands on to J CPlfotll Atlv 69if y J Torturihg its burn mg ares every day Uoaug I IM U pf aiflp KabtlZ lt it- tt taeT ssI k r c HereThey Are NewSiI=Kids Everything the line of footwear to the other Spring Goods we are daily All the new pumpsf the new tiesaU the new oxfords now ready j Two juimp pumps in patent I are very popular have a wide variety to from at Sinton one pumps made on the celebrated Hugger last will not at heel in for wear become very popular our We a splendidassort ment spring All new in foot fitting 0 Footwear for Easter If you go to in a pair of SilKid Shoes you Have a feeling of being correctly shod Your costume is 1 off with just the And you may be sure you are wearing exclusive style The name guarantees the fashion See Our Large Easter Stock Everything New Thats Good oqd urnisbiog We take pleasure the and Summer Garments At this season of the year we always earnest and special invitation everybody call the seeing splendid display of handsome spring for boys little men WeijFeature ADLBRS Collegian Clothesexperience has taught us thoroughly respect the wonderful value one obtains whenIofbestbuys garment of thIS make quality they have equal ials throughout is of their strong characteristics When comes the question style lines and wnicn so haye never eengarments from any other possess these strongly appeal to the man who dma every fashion Visit Here at Time Will not Only Enable You to Learn by seeing just what the are but will convince of the look while the whole Clothing Hats and Haberdashery and the fairness our store spring freshness Youll be than welcome any time IjaStanIfrWhere Quality is the Consideration Kidneys Mistake Your Troubles suffering lainOweak aching that muscular weakness urin think kidney danger diabetes nrlJthttI best remedy canned diseased kiduejs vicinity permanent Lancaster complaint hardly about clDoana Kidney restored reatChangB reliable ealaby FogterMUburu natueDoansaridt- ake Five Acre good mflbs Fertile dlICput Fronton Feb Chenault y- ItehJnz Mtl1f jkM Soon A you WiHNNT 33P4SllSW5 tipaststylecomfort vIfprlCttsIAImteRice Arnold Moo Loan wesfern Mnlaai saratfce willn cent Ortl4tfr Apply lUCtlMOlId eeaekprndi Oit- nuuit quickly elIkbi- p go with receiving strap kid We select 3to4Th- e strap slip the Welt soles street have with trade have ideas low shoes Exclusive church comfortable finished righttouch 18 announcing arrival extend pur men known makers which artistic young feature this correct styles superiority prices Come aglow more troubles all Richmond Ky Car Second and MainjTelephone 675 With The New Firm Mr Charlie Sharp who met with an accident in a runaway last year losing the sight of hill eyes a short time ago made arrangement with B H Luxon Bro whonjby he obtained small commission on every load of coal he sold for this firm On the purchase of Mr Luxons business by Broaddus Vaughn hepiado the same arrangement with them and takes this method of notifying the public that ho is endeavor ing to make an honest living in this manner and solicits your orders Call on or telephone No 007 j19tf Coughs That Hang On Coughs eiHrt in the fall and hang on nnil Bprlnpaie bnre toublo breeders unless checked ud cured Bronchitis pneumonia atit are the direct result Take Foleys Honevand- TaTIlie jcreflt tboat and lung remedy that cures the rough stops the hard- breatliiIigunti heals and aothee the inflamed sir passages Is mildly lax aUvoaudexptlr cold from the sys tem TIle frfliiuine is in a yellow package Kefu n substitutes Sold by Stockton Jr ion Richmond Ky mlm If you send your laundry to the Nor mal City Laundry you have chance to got an elegant Piano free of cot Mound City Faints may cost a trl amore 8tl Stoektoatl uo- I 8 24ly A Tiniely Protection JSvorrOBekBows t1M nftr eiKieto of LaG ippe aure MOte laaeltt than the ilijc A Soolea it leadit- euetoitln uehwlIktne4l hea- rteihinn Wi jMGrIppe eoufhs tlmfc ptraiu 4Mt w sa yabea liHil quickly lo thebeAHMad- Sf BiiliBi ft qaaliites ol IoMjrs HuB AiidTursnd rfuetibtitntis oW bV 8t xktou A tI ains 4re oUoeivfl on ba1fC 1 TAr7- Ii flo dii wd wir7bodj tee 1 v J Race Suicide is not nearly the menace to increas in population that deaths among in fautsare Eight out of ten of thesE deaths are directly or indirect caused by bowel troubles McGee Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysen tar sour btomach and alt infant all ments of this nature Just the thin for teething babies Price 23candfiOc per bottle Sold by H L Perry mIn Life insurance is a protection that no man should fail to have See Beech Smith and place your insurance in a safe reliable company i122nj NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial ef fects o- fScotts Emulsion in a very short time It not only builds her up but enriches the mothers milk and properly nourishes the child Nearly all mothers who nursetheit children should take this splendid food tonic not only to keep up theiroWn strength but to properly nourish their children IINJa iy ALL aooeisn w s fit Ilit airs bsdsl sIs2mP s11 =iJf s Ankle strap pumps will be quite the thing for spring and summer Our j stock is now complete See these j 250to 30 i Patent and Kids in dull finishmade on lasts that insure perfect comfort 00 Oxtords for wearables The Tramp Shoe jWe cannot say enoughabout this splendid shoe ab solutely the greatest fitter and comfort giver have ever onto a womans Try a you wit agree with usI2L to 311 2 MISSES and CHILDRENS Shoes and Oxfords for Spring are showing the most attractive line and the largest range of styles have ever offered You can find the kind you have been ing for here ankle strap pump will be very good season Watch our window display for the new styles for spring We have giver this line our specialattention Prices Within Reach of All tThe Seal of Exclusive Style 11 Allover the world you will find that the best dressed women endorse and uphold the SilKid Shoe They find that it fits better holds its shape longer and gives better service than any shoe thy can buy for the same money OUT Stock is Very Complete Now Call andexamine the new ideas in low cut for Spring You will be pleased beyond measure THE SILKID SEAL MEA- NSxausivissSTYLE Be Shoe ParticularVIear SilKtd I A Swollen Jaw is not pretty nor pleasant Whether its caused by neuralgia toothache1 or accident Ballards Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling and relieve the pain The great and sure cure for rheumatism cuts burns bruises any and all aches and pains Sold by H L Perry mIm- It is we put foot pair and We we just look The this effects scald Eggs For Sale From pure bred Essox Strain Darn J Plymouth Rocks and single comb Bro a Leghorn sotting of 15vgge or M eggs for 82 Also breeder Bourbon Rod Turkc s Wallace Gilbert IMrs 3 Richmond Ky L 7Ijt Cash Store The lady who never invested never discovered the truth Ware now showing the New Things of the Season Superior Quality tfiGood Styles Lowest Prices 4I iir j StttDfesses Capes Cdr tr 0 Hairt Etc i1 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