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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 7TTh I t 1 ti 0 Fv iR l JLI p I 4t rou + er re r r= c ft I r i i r r ij T1 tr i Section It One T11e R1 t CM11OND t CL1MAX Section One iI YEAR e- t36th I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1910 NUMBER 41 II WALL PAPER A I You Need the Dough II he is up to our Ballards Oblisirflpur with greater satisfaction every time you Itfis so easy to Workso sure to out tBuy a sack ana notahow you hot out of it bo surprised at the greater 01 owesas improved character of th o Burnside tgfc Robinson t Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material v Office Warehouse on LeSb N RRPHONE 142 RICHMOND Welt finished Stroag Durable light Draft Strengthened Mold Full Chilled Shinpiece Interlocked Point Land Standard Point has Face Chill Wide Edge Chill Long Snoot Chill Patented Extension is the STRONGESTand MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made 3 When burlnl a Plow Comsidp Duality 3IrEt Prico Second i Fon SALE BV Douglas Simmons OeatoeragB AGENTS Wholesale and Vulcan Chilled Plows and Repairs Syracuse Hill sidePlows and Repairs fv i n d iArrow VMoTTors Hinders Buckeye Cultivators Hamilton Corn llantlrs for South Bond Plow 20ewGIVE US A 6l T oIt L We Sell f May Manton gypPatterns 111Each f t Right Way to get good work fbuy your paper from an date line and get an uPl date paper hanger with bake fare right much Youll number weiriasjttho bread and Rib and and Retail CALL 4fi E ccUV tt 1Et Ct PiIIIg 1910 i jr i Good Results From New School Law Elizabothtowh XewsA most beneficial result from tho new school law Is tho great number of graded school being established thoughout the State with local tax voted to assist in tin maintainenco of same Since the adop tion of the now law by tho last legisla turn four of largest school districts it Harlin county have established suet schools with a local tax of twentyfive cents on the laundered dollars to main tain them and 100 poll tax In the next two years wo confidently expect al least ten or twelve more districts will establish suchgraded schools One ol the most cogent and effective seasons for this widespread desire thoughout the State Is what the farmers of the new school law did not oven contemplate It is found in tho provision of the new law which exempts district from the county school tnt which imposes a tax establishes a Graded School the Dounty School tax in Harlin county is twentyfive cents cu tho hundred dollars and one dollar poll tarand school district which levies a tax of twentyfive cents on tho hundred dollars for a graded school escapes tho county school tux In oilier words any school district by pgying fivo cents morn on the tho hundred dollars can have a graded school all of its pwn Of course the benefits from a local graded school aro infinitely more valuable to tho community than the benefits derived from tho county tax The Views rejoices in tho establishment of these local schools and there cannot bo to many of them as a local tax make a local pridoo and local pride makes tho school a success When the timo comes and it is comming very fast when practically all the county schools or cphsilodated schools then tho State will have to support the County High Schools as thoro will not be left enough taxing districts to maintain them and the children from all over the county and from all the graded schools will bo admitted to the County High School Hair Hair Hair 1 am paying hightest cash prices for combings and clipped hair Braids puffs curls chignonsmadp tooroerIHtir dressing and dyingshitifnllydone Fall ing hair baldness and scalp diseases a specialty Superfluous hair removed from face and arms I have a com Plato linoof toilet articles always on hand Mrs J C George Pone 130 142 E Slain St I PnDn 912 W P BAXTER4 Sore Throat Colds Coughs Croup and Ca tarrh Relieved in Two Minutes IsyourthroabsoreBreathe Have you a cough Breathe Ilyomei Mayo you a cold Breathe Hyomoi JIave you catarrh Or Breafho Hyomci- Ilyomei is the best remedy for all nose throat and lung troubles It does not contain any cocaine or morphine and all that Is necessary is to breath it through tho little black pocket inhaler that comes with each outfit A complete outfit costs only 1 at all druggists and at B L Mlddolton and Ilyomei guaranteed to euro catarrh croup coughs sore throat and bronchi tis or money back A Ilyomei Inhaler lastsa lifo time and extra bottles can bo obtained from druggists for only 50 cents Sample of Ilyomei and booklet free Address Booths Hyomoi Co Buffalo N Y MIONACures indfgestibn ItrelioTOS stomach misery onr stom ach belching and cures all dis rosa or money back Large box of tab lets CO cents Druggists ui all towns Never Again Onco upon a limo a man got mad at the editor and stopped his paper The next week this man sold his corn four cents below the market price Then his property was sold for taxcsj ocauseho did not read the treasurers sale He was nextarrcsted and fined 300 for going hunting on Sunday simply because he dill not it was Sunday and paid 300 for a lot of forged notes thathad been advertised two weeks and the public warn ed not to negotiate them IIo then paid a big Irishman with a foot like a forgo hammer to kick him all tho way back to the newspaper office when ho paid four years in advance and made the editor sign an agreement to knock him downwind rob him if lie ever order his paper discontinued again Fine Eggs For Sale I have a lot of fullblooded singlo comb brown leghorn eggs for sale at persetting of 15 eggs or 8150 for two soilings birth Jons KIC- Ef23tf K D 3 Richmond Back in The Fold Eliabethtown New The Louisville Post is evidently going to lend its in flucnco to the Democrats this year At any rate this a sample of iho Democratic horse sense it is now handingout The election will be lost orwon in Washington during the present session of Cork gress It is doubtful if any legislative program can at this time savo the control of Congress to the Republicans Tho opportunity for satisfying tho public demand was thrown away when the now tariff law was drafted It satisfied the trusts it satisfied tho chief beneficiaries pf the tariff but it satisfied no one else Popular discontent has grown with it everyday The provisions pf tho law are being clearly understood They arc recorded in the daily price list Th people1 aro beginning to say to them selves tho purpose of tho tariff was to give us an era of high prices are too high tho remedy is in a lower tariff This seemslogical enough Fatted calves are mighty expensive luxuries this year but lets prepare to killone for the prodigals return Twist The Tigers Tail Chief of Police Logan wood of Dan yillo ono of the best officers in the State tied a bowknot in the tails of blind tigers of that city last week Fines ag gregating 10000 wero secured while tho work house sentences were dIShed out proportionately A license of 300 was placed on the sale of nearbeer or cream of hops and reports say tho hop joints immediately closed their doors Saloon License Raised For years thin saloon license In Lex ington has been 150 per year and there is ono saloon for every 240 inhabitants Recently an effort has been made to in crease it to 300 The result was a compromise For tho first six month tho license fee is placed at 75 and fo the remaining six months 150 will be charged Extra Session Probable Govt Wilson is said to bo contemplat ing calling an extra session of tho Leg islaturo immediatcly after tho adjourn ment of the regular session The call is expected to include n recommcndatioa for legislation providing for tho pay mentor the states obligations and for llieconsideration of the county unit bill Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden S Flora I wish to announce to the public that I have on hand a handsome lino of monuments and grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 33tf C U Pico Assignee All L qo i i IwBetter Mattress wT For Less Money liberal guarantee is backed up by the Stearns Coand beyond the superior quality of Stearns mattresses ShhsaFuSr is a dark secret cant by a or a k in Jsold on 60 freer trial t Worth A Dollar A Drop Fred Pachon Mnnlius NY writes For a long time I was affected with kidney trouble which caused an almost constant pain in my back and in my bladder O her remedies did not even relieve me but two 50cent bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy coriiplelely cured me and I have not hud any fymptoms of kidney troll blo for ovpr twj years Foleys Kid ney Remedy Is a safe and ceitnin rem edy for all kidney and bladder digctse whether acute or chronic Itisasplen A 1II A The Wrong Way is to buy a lot o old stockand get anybody to hang it for you Phone A Our Foster proves doubt Foster MTRESS of you 1 Every mattress Inflammation did tonic for middle aged and elderly people and a sure cure for all annoy auces and irregularities of the kidneys and bladder It will cure any case of kidney and bladder disease thatis not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Sold by Stock ton S Son Good health is impossible when there isany of the dies live organs Foleya Orino Laxative is a natural remedy for stomach liver and bowel troubles It aids digestion stimulates tho liver and CurlS constipation Sold by Stockton Son mlm L L 1L a Li A t + w e i HE WeWant to WALL PAPER WINDSORGRADE 1JG5 t 1 We guarantee it to wbCthan any other advertised l make at any price t 1 All Stearns Foster Mattresses allow you examine the inside Y the most important side know r of the very mattress you buy JIJ insidesomethingmost mattresses merely pretty ticking clerks pleasant talk ftfCome today j nights m Oldham Lackey derangement Eat Oysters oyster men of Baltimore claim the answer to tho meat problem is tho use of Maryland oysters by weight they are cheaper in Baltimore per pound meat and at points not more than 500 miles away they are as cheap They say there is no wasto in oys ters and at present they area to tho people 1 1 t It i x J Hustling Cash Store el1YllJhisSlJS11 b 1 to J to The that than that that that boon Itch Relieved at Once I That terrible itch disappears with the first drops of a simple compound of oilwof wintergroen thymol and glycerine mixed in D D n Prescription This soothing healing location used externally kills the eczema germ instanly Heretofore the D D D remedy has been sold only in 100 bottles but as a special olfer any sufferer in this ton- 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 Sonil 4fJj J We Sell lt May Manton Patterns tOe Each Spring 1910 A 1 ittdi c q r l Springatrade in years js very promising We are after burshare IFKerefpre we have r laid in heavy supplies in all lines and being Cash Buyers we were able to secure large quantities of merchandise A i at jick bottom ii penabling us to give our customers the benefit oft Iowe 5t prices this season nftare no betterwvalu n o be had 6 J keepfi f v DtYGoods Clothing Shoe s Carpets Matting Rugs Trunks Telescopes Etc Etc Ir i1IiI r Q Js t f C tit t itiz believe fb tisnua tar 1t Whatever Y9i ar needing lEf V 4 1 7 4 it f L k r rfe1 Honest tya US a t Low Prices 1 t oJ o R1I wI c J i tt rr t fr + fJ r fti tIj i fL r j T i5 t i t y Yt i R tflA1 7 j a c 1f r r 7 i i t rr F r Y V1fJ i II thisrtf t r r f r 1rJCI Jf 9 t V a b lJ t 1 SdFy Yl r1 01 9Pi t 7r ri J r YA 4rI s ta 1 5 it br tt n t tt r 71 l jHiamiItO111Jc HEOtbers1 A F lff s J r w iqp- a ijf y t a 1 w lfI4i4iI JiIi Ii Qn 1 I 1 ww 1 0 East End WillsJ B Sanders Co Props r Richmond Kentucky We are in the market for Whiat and Corn at jthe highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times ft Flour Meal SMpsiuff Qhicken Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour We make speciality ofgrinding and exchanging r both Wheat and Corn to accomodate 1refa mers trade k b Our Motto is Live and Let Live1 Give us a chance and watch us grow J B Sanders GoLocated ut It R Crossing cnlnrtn Street Pohne57Kentucky 0IC fJ Q tclL FRESH OYSTERSi i GOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT fancy Groceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco Contain and SecondRICHMOND KY FRESH OYSTERS I1 trn r t fn M WIPESlu the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possum sMusk Rats Etc Ba sure and call me over phone before selling as I can save you money M WIDESTELEPHONE3 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY Best The Groceriesr AT THE Lowest Prices nay always be found at our stored We handle the best goods on the market ab solutely pure and Fresh New Clean We have all kinds of Fancy Groceries as well as the Staples and can fill your wants on shortest notice A PleaseTJAMES B PARKECASH STORE Phone G2J FIRST STREET its Building Time fi 3 2I If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters linei t of lf JEFF STONE Try May Pat nt Float horn the Now Mill in town TlioneBTr 128tt J B tenders Co Lumber For Sale Barn bills and All kiqds rough lumber In oakpoplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVEXB W T HICKS If Richmond Ky For Sale Privately Since tho dcathof my father who at tended to our jack stock I find I can not Vivo them the attention they should have and attend to my office I will therefore sell privately the following stock nine Jacks running from 1 months to 7 years old All well bred J ready for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from I colt to aged jennet well bred 5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Call on or ad dress meat Richmond Ky 15tf ROT C WHITE It is always cheapest in the long run to geHhe best We do the very best ConcreteWork Give us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied ft K Stone Phone 432 James Hunley Will buy or sell your house farm town lots or anv thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKIIHpp Veteilnaij liege of Chicago Ill Veterinary Surgeon Office at J It Azbills Stable Office Phone 99 Res Phone 532 f Richmond Ky Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block iO DM OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHHOKD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen ohs grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burgle ten- nyDENTIST OverState Bant Tro t Company TELEPhONE till Jarry M Blanton DENTIST WOe In Bennett Boicin j lanlT TELEPHONE A S7IjIjJ iT ATTOBSKYATLAW 11 HMOND KENTUCKY tflce over State Bank Trust Co op loeite Conrl House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Onico In Oldham Building J G BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon Office over Stnnifer Sopers JlKooms2aud3 Maui Street RICHMOND Office Phone 25 Res Phone 210 Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES aBerchWeir Guaranteed not to iiorFadev t 0 years experience the factory guarantee inisuits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock incity to select from Fine =Linc New Style HatsIand FuYnishfn Goods Suitcases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices forhightla goois L J B Stouffer4l ti dra iaRk e oj jJi r r f The Richmond Climax WLISBtD THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Prest and Maagr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor cl PRESS Ml rGHTH PUBllSiERS i PBICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAR 16 1910 FOR CONGRESS We ore mithorircd to announce Hon HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county u candidate to succeed himself in Congres- lrom this the Eighth District subject t the nclon of the Democratic party rAr1iIOflCllA au GAmnI BY FSETRIGGcMTAL ROGUE RIVER VALLEY OREGOtfj IJQLCITED This ioutA WRONG THAT NEEDS RIGHTING The health of Americans of the fu ture would be vastly Improved if their mothers the army of Immature girls now In school between the ages of twelve and eighteeu were to devote less time and energy to Latin French geometry history and themes for the development of their intellects and a great deal more to home duties work on the lawn and in the garden and to other exercise rjid recreation out of doors for the building up of healthy and strong physiques upon which fac tor chiefly their mission as mothers nnd homemakers is to depend Well admit that this view will be consid ered a bit on the old fogy order by some but it Is nevertheless correct and ono that will be given Increased attention in the years that are just ahead There are several things to be righted hi the school system at present In vogue over the country One of the chief of these Is the turning of the usually pale faced anaemic Invalids at graduation time into girls physical ly robust and able to take up the seri ous and responsible duties of life The credit for the situation which exists Is largely due to a system which makes the curricula of public schools conform tQ college requirements when probably less than 10 per cent of the pupils enrolled will ever so to college partly due to the blindness of teachers wed to the system and stupidly Ignorant ot the fact that children at thirteen do Colksishortsighted parents who through fool ish pride allow and sometimes encour age their daughters to overwork that they may stand at the head of their classes Those collectively and indi vidually responsible should get their heads together and evolve a wore ra tional system that will make it possible for the girl the finest and sweet est of Gods creatures to develop as he Intended sbe should develop THE DAUGHTER IN THE HOME All too many mothers make the mistake of saving their daughters III every way mid allowing them to do little or none of the work about the house when this not only means increased labors for the mother but Is a short sighted policy for the daughter and particularly for those who will in nil probability later have the responsible Ity of a household on their bands When daughters in the home reach the age of thirteen or fourteen they ought to take the job of washing the dishes much of the sweeping und all of the dusting off their mothers hands besides being taught to do the plain sewing and mending caused by their own presence in the home Many mothers would rather 10 all this work than show their daughters how but when analyzed this attitude of the mothers Is usually traceable to a mel of pains patience and true regard for the daughters welfare The average girl is willing to help if taught how u do so nod made to feel that the assistance that she does render Is worth while IT PAYS The point is now and then raised whether It pays to sow clover with small grain particularly oats If one plans to plow stubble and clover untIe r in the fall The best opinion along this line is that it does pay the bencH derivable from Ihe clover turned nude being quite largely proportionate to the thriftiness of the clover plants am the stand secured Even If such a course Is followed the benefit of the Jtnyforallow the clover to possess tIle ground the following year taking off a crop of hay In the early summer and plow Ing under the second growth lu the fall the benefits derived from the leg unit fire greatly increased This Is due to the fact that the older nnd larger the root systems of the rethe more extensive is the develop of the nodules which are the de positories of the ullro ell which Is from the air It pays to grow goodl1enl iTHE SEED BED Xost to securing good seed that will nrow there Is no other respect ill which the tiller of the soli should ex ercise greater care than Jn the prep aratlou of tha seed bed More farm rra fall down here and Iqsseu the ca parity of their land to pijoduco large rons to a larger c3tentlbm in any other single way Vafuable land rhould receive Komethln ibpttorluan this thirty cent care whjch Is IIkll f practlped ns generally ns lll localise tluvslnners along this lltii dont real be that for small grain tRmw prop erly the bed In which it Is planted must be loose enough to make possible ready circulation of air and moisture rom the surface down and from the ubsoll to the surface A Safeguard To Children Our two children of six and eight rears have been since infancy sabjo icfBliefTarand It JIRI never failed topfpmit cHwMbfse trot Ji 6 Jtie heonr ni1kiu I can get the cTiHdrpn 10 fake tthour a fW Tie above fipni Wtrnttfn Green Hay Wls ifurliraev exp enc1 of tiiounduI other ser of TIMe V Honey and Tar uriiihr cold and rjtwp if h IiiaiItiskti f 0 Nuts are very ricbj In protein anfl oil and when eaten fresh are notonly ap Calongought to grow Many bog or muck soils contain fertilizing Iements In as large per cent as average manure but they usually need tillage and sweetening with an application of lime to render these ele ments available fur plant life While the warmer climate of the Invest and southwest is favorable for the winter production of eggs this advantage is quite offset by the fact that the warmer weather euds to greatly multiply lice mite posts whlch constitute as serious a drawback as cold weather In making choice of land In a new section it Is well not only to keep In mind the fertility of the soil and its ability to produce bumper crops but the distance of the laud from market There have been cases where such handicap has well nigh offset the two advantages named In sections where the time of set ting out the young orchard Is likely to- be followed by a protracted dry spell it Is well to give the trees a mulch of some kind which will prevent a drying out of the soil about the roots This coupled with thorough cultivation of the tree row should give the trees the moisture required for their proper development The Important fact for the prospec tire buyer of a cream separator to keep In mind Is not the initial price of the machine but ability to extract butter fat from new milk If it falls to do this and any considerable amount of butter fat goes through aud- Is fed to pigs in the swill it will be a costly proposition It It were a dona tion to the fellow who Is to operate t Many of the trees la the older or chards lu the llood river valley were set too near together from fifteen to twenty feet and the visitor In the val Icy last fall saw these same trees in yellow loaf bearing undersized irult and In general appearance suffering from both lack of fertility nnd moisture at the end of nil unusually dry season Most later plantings correct this fault A quite striking illustration of the limited amount of nourishment re quired to sustain plant aud tree life Is found in a pine tree which grows from a crevice largely of Its own making at the summit of thcjnajesle weather beaten gray granite sentinel dome In Yosemite valley It has n diameter of fifteen Inches Is twenty to twentyflve feet high with a sprentJ iu top and seems to have thrived on its scant fare The United States survey mark within a couple of feet of Its trunk gives Its elevation above sea level at about 8000 feet The decidedly unfavorable season whicli has prevailed In the corn belt during the past six months In which It has been Hobsons choice whether the corn spoiled faster In field or crib will call attention with new emphasis to the value of the silo as a very ef fectlve method of preserving the corn crop Put here before the killing frosts of October came It would have come to no harm while the farm own er and help would not have had to wallow around In the spring mud to get the last of It from the flell Ow lag to the fact that ninety fields were not husked before the deep snows came the stock was not turned into the stalk fields as usual and as itreo suit they have had to be sluflVd with high priced hay the fodder Jn tuec fields such asJf was not being utllr Ized at nIl W A conservation doctrine that needs thlllrenlItig the usefulness nUll wholesomeuess of the myriad homes of tin country the multiplication of home comforts the Increase of home happiness anti contentment the roaring nail training of jjurer minded nUll more whole soul ed boys and girls Here Is a conserva tlon directly nlTeitliig our prrlttnIty- as a nation In comparison with which the saving of forests from dpstriHtloi the keeping of soils from tUpletion and the prevention of the looting of our mineral wealth lit the greedy sink Into paltry luslguifliaucp The fict is there is good gruundfor hplierlng that If we paid more attention to our homes and nUll hIII1SplI8our lifeIAn oat grower withtwhom tIe w n cr was talking the other tIny hail an experience list season III the matter of a preparation of the soil for the seed that will be of practical value to him from lis on and ought to be to others who tend this Item I ist spring when he put lu his oats hr plowed the larger of the tracts anti let HIP smaller the soil of whlfh was not quite so j rich go with two disklugs one beforp and one after the seed was sown He was warned by some of his neighbors th1sprlni els acre while on the wHb a 1IhL henceforth will the old way A Royal Talisman n7pllernfamiJy isman in the shape of a black stone set in a ring each head of the house having passed the charm on to the generationsto have found the ring sealed in a package with instructions to its preservation anil transmission writ ten by Frederick Precieywhal value or significance attaches tqthU carefully treasured bit of jewelry it would bediflicult tony Tradition says that a huge gad hopped into tha royal presence centuries age 311toof the Hohenzolierns tradition fails to enlighten us ii HjsOvvnPicluro Ilcynoldsoncc forgoT jhe exist ence of pn of his pictures Bin once 0btniJe n very iarly work kljcalled on the groats artist u ting the work as that ofII student who EoughUidviec front th6 nialfbr ReynoJJs had a i1oot JnilifitIO5OtIra r OBarke replied n tiVaJSnJfrtivii1 WblJ replicl IffsTotfiu rr really dot feel able to give an opinion ts ncforerWi thing hut whether it is of sufficient promise toI adoptingJt A1 f P r Jdeln W t iiJI= i s2bTI1rrE ream Vermifuge IHE UAUITEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC blWAC OF IMITATIONS THE citiuiNC FncrsED ontr BallardSnovv LlnSrcent Co CT ZvOUf MO Sojd by HENRY L PERRY ATIENFION FARMERS It is being reported that we dp not have tho Ytilcna plows or repairs We emphatically deny this report Wo have both and expect to continue to handle them fOtf TAYLOR OLDIIAM The Climax SI i year lining your wheat end corn for ex change to the nevv mill Phone 57 12btl J B Sanders a A COUNTERFEIT QUARTER By Hli QUAD Copyright 1903 by Associated Lit II erary 1rcss Dtacon Vrenu widower hesitated between two womcix Alss liniwn a spinster of forty wo owmd n house and lot and the wldnw Xirimui about the same age ns Mise Itruwu who own ed a friii- One day the deacon got stuck on n counterfeit quarter The Ileslt tIme n tin prddler came along be offered It to tlu iiinn lu chfliigi Dont look rightdeacon Oh I guess its all right was thenreply Luis of counterfeit arohnd You neednt be afraid of that it wasnt a square thinjitlo do The deacon knew It and the peddler knew It The peddler pocketed the coin null went away but he made UI his mind to gut even At the next house he Etnppod at he was told hut l hu deacon wits bunging otT bptwitni the widow and the spinster nail he thought he saw his way clear Three 011Itheout to the fence to uytllihuT YIlII nccipifd that pOiJust wauled toI1I you a tilt of news You know the old amid IJrown In tin villngp duut youT Seems to me Ive heard of her ref nyIban died and left her t 000 rash j Shes keeping It mighty quiet She wants some one to marry her for love instead of iIiOhItteHalf an hour luther the deacon was hitching up to drive to the viilaigei TWo hours later he wassaylng blushIng old maid Snnih Im alone and lonely Ive coin hided to take another wife Will you have me- Simili could have snkFVes In rcanea taut Sarnli tvas no spring chlck n Slit also weighed and Imlunretl t thing Shed said Yes to two diCer lIt men before but with no witnesses proseat and they hind left her all for rlpllrdIadmire you nnd believe you to bo a sincere man Think of tills matter on your way home and then write me a letter The deacon Jogged homo and took his pen lu hand and wrote He didnt wait for the mall lint sent his message to tIlt vlllnge by his hired man It was trahiht talk and the written an swer was Yes Kotir days hid passed when the ped dler appeared again Deacon Vrenn vns nut in the woodshed dyeing his whtekrrs As fur mile he was so near y bald headed that it wouldnt pay to foul with Ho suspended operations to bear the ptiidler say Anotiyr bit of news for you old 1I11 IllI1 you inuxtirt give It away Youve heard Of the Wldder IorwanfIll Yes kidpr heard Got live children aud never hoped to hind a steiifttiJiir fur cn but this Is n world of cliiinjre It seems she had a brtnier In New England who hadnt bwn lien rd of III twenty years Uull he inrneii up his toes the other diy and ii fi her SniUVH In cold cash Shes keapluK Ktlll almiit It Theres ti windmill iiiiiu makhig eyes at her but she wnti let on until she knows le loyest her tOt herself and her tire wire eyed yt hug hiM Dont breathe a lict to piittilin on to the dough The Ipiutui pniinlKfri and finished his dyrlug As he dyed he thought He thought nf tin difference between tiOIlOllId = tOuarly hour in the eviulut tumid him at the Widow Normans They talked crops and wvather fur awhile and then wither live fiiliiiiess children standing nnuiiid Wltti their niuuius open be stated that tic tutu lung aud secretly admired the umthpr awl desired to niMke her hli wife She wouldnt be lieve It nt tirst but his assurances llimlly pivvnlil 1111t she said yes 1or an bosit Ifhrwml the children took turns sluing their to be step fa liters lip unl pulling his dyed whisk ers nut they railed hint poppy as- hedipurted it tiitiiCH siild that beacon Wrenn wdglied anil balanced things and It may stirprlM the reader mat he should tangU bhiisflf up with two engage ments He l tij liRijrwl it out that be could sjqunre things vth the old jnald for IOiiO or fur double that nt 4he most Tills would leave hint 28000 clear and lint was It good enough bargain tot miy inan InI week he jturrlcd thi wlifow and on the tame diy he callid and nfferrd Miss Brown si thousiiid lug dollars She drove bUn- tfrom the house In Indignation Then he learned that hs wife bad no broth vr to die arid leave tier evelt 15 cents and that w windmill man bad ever Auintrd tier ile Had Just charged her with coiiiyilrniv to difraud an Inno tent Ieuirl imiu when he was serve iJvWith n 1I11I0nS in n breach of trhixe suli iiirtfwjipn the ease wits rally railed niiil tried it cost hlnT his farm io make sued rlu vfirdlvfx And then CUP day tlU ppdiiler met tim In Ihe road mill halted to say Rniore newsJjUt dont give it nwny If you rangpt n dlvortc front yonr wife I cnn locate n wldder who invested iu Texas ell stock when It wits only 5 ccails m the dollar fluid has held on to It until Its now splllagjif n your wldder and you tool re plied thi deacon ns he parsed on fie Mnt r tstQRto prckHpHhe ccun lrelk rter thrswn utter hUn i Wr JfY lflIturnotginhlttrweiahtu call i rcthet- ruhi la worms White Cream Vet qiifiir 1sst beitst ceilor warms 1tktrc II k4A11QTE QiTHE FACT I I Furniture Carpets seHI I Lace Curtains Mattings Stoves and ill Supplies for the Home On Easy Payments I SAVE YOUR BANK ACCOUNT salaryLetMake a note of the fact that we save you 10 to 20 per cent ON CASH PURCHASES lUMAN AND HIGGIN8 HOME FURNISHERS I Furniture Carpets and Stoves I Opposite KENTUCKYWe b I Dr Pennington Dentist Specialist Regulating tooth treating pirca Porcqlain Gold inlays Office ext door to Government building ti- The RJcbmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 Is your proparty iniuredtisainst firs flutter see mock had Smith and take a polity j132m FAMOUS GIANTS John Middleton tho Tallest of the More Modern Ones The record of men reinarkable fpr height commences at an early eziod of the recorded historyof he World for in the Old Testament Og king of Bashan is mentioned as using a bedstead nine cubits long which is about sixteen and a half eet Later we read of Goliath of Gath slain by David whose height was six cubits and a spap JIrhe Emperor Maximin was of vast bulk according to some measuring over ight fetr1hIen Pliny writes The tallest man that has been seen n our age was one named Gabara who in the days of Claudius the late emperor was brought out pf Arabia lie was nine feet nine inches Of more modern giants there was John Middlclon called the child of Utile who was born in Lancashire England in ThIS He was ninefeet three inches tall His hand incas ured seventeen inches from the wrist to the tip of the middle finger and the palm was eight and a half inches in breadth Patrick Cotter the Irish Giant was born in 1761 and measured eight eet seven inches in height His hand to the tip of the middle finger was twelve inches and his s longCharleseight feet four inches He died Jn 1783 and his skeleton is in the museum of the Royal College of Surgeons Big Sam porter of the Prince of Wales afterward George IV at eigbtfcetM Brice a native of the Vosges seven feet six inches exhibited himself in London in 18623 Robert Hales the Norfolk Giant wag seven and a half feet t poundsChang giant was seven feet eight inches when nineteen years old when he was exhibited in London in 1805 Grown to eight feet he exhibited at the Westminster aquarium with Brus tav a Norwegian giant seven feet nine inches in June 18SO Captain Martin Van Buren Bates of Kentucky and Miss Ann Hancn Swann of Nova Scotia each about seven feet taU exhibited in London and were married at St Martinsin theFields June 17 1871 Marian the Amazon Qaeen bdrn in 1SGG was eight feet two inches tall when exhibited in Lonr don in 1882 Joseph Winklemaier a native of Austria eight feet nine inches tall exhibited in London in 1837 Elizabeth Lyska a Russian was six feet eight inches when exhibited in London in 1893 at the age of twelve Boston Globe Speed Statistics A gentle wind travels about five miles an hour a high wind about thirty to fortyfive mites an hour a hurricane eighty to a hundred miles an hour The velocity of the earth on ifs own axis exceeds it is esti mated 1000 miles an hour The velocity of the earlh around the sun 3 calculated ttf be CG000 miles an hour and the velocity of the moon is calculated to be 2273 inilcs an hour Sound travels througn dry air at the rate of about sixty feet tsecond through water at the rate of about 240 fect a second along 8t el Wire at the rate of about 17 130 feet 41 second Electricity isj said to travel along wires above ground at the rate of about 22360 miles a second Light travels at a velocity estimated by astronomical observation to be about 185770 miles a second London Standard Ministers Aboard Ship A inlujstcr aboard ship has alwy hccir taken RH n Jonah sign bj meL In i ccnt years bowefcr thfs superstition has feeen modiiled to a cer tutu extent A young minister the seamen ixellcrc cili not bring as much of a Jonah with him as an 6Id one CimpHchy It elf There are only two points In sue w Wtuet fW ai1 ft 4 1Coi ItY k that we ctt I George ngffr i PLUMBING t i Doctor for l I Gas and Gasoline Engines i j i Agents for Johnson Beat System of Maxtor W lkgl for countrv and suburban homes f I 210 E Main Street Phone f 9l I I 1 RICHMOND KENlUCKYI+ 130 130 ALacky Coyer Telephone 232 We will on Oct 1 st 1910 give away one full Leather trimmsd Rubb3r Tire buy valued at 00 Also a handsome set of Harness with rolltil li1esJand open rolled Bridal valued at 30 J This is no humbug It is a fair deal and I QII fit clearly establishes our appreciation of your traut will give to each and every purchaser ticket for every S10 wortn of trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in our line of a liberal discount below the customary prices This offer will save you money when you call in and make you money before you go out See our circulars for full explanation plenty of them at our office Read Carefully the Articles Below Horso collars Hack Bands Farm Blind Bridals Kid ing Bridals Break Harness Drive Harness Surrey Harness Buggy Pads etc Iloughton Buggies Columbus Buegies Mnnyor Buggies R LL A Buggies Ivauffman Buggies Pout Buggies and all medium Buggies Break Carts Road Wagons and Surreys Rubber tier the best put on quick antI reasonable First class Horse Shoeing the host BUlgy trimmer High Class Painting your Binders and mowers quickly re complete any Job in wood neatly and also haw the finest meehanics Send in Vehicle for Painting and Repairs Early L cky Goyer- T Quarters We are established in our new quartersin the old City Hull building and are better prepare than ever to care for your skins1 Bring us jour Hides Fursand Iron Fresh Groceries and VOctablen in season t lihurman GrOCerj Company V Penny Photos T 20 for 25 Cents Four PcsifcES The ScilgfS udio MCGaughey Moberley The Best Homes Axe Bnnga1tSee Our Plans To Build J All Kinds pairedmcamiU repaired your ew I We IfMaterIal ThemILumber Io9t asufftIIFlinlbid nd 2ply Felt Roofing IToddEdwards Lumber C tzPhoralOO Car aiL WcrJ Ridmortl 1G1 J ii n r I II 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 d Flous Meal SMpsiuff thicken Feed Cracked Corn arid Graham Flour We make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn to accomodate tlnr far mers trade t Otir Motto is Live and Let Live Give ns a chance and watch us grow J B Sanders Qo Located nt K R Crossing on Inn Street PohneST iKtffteapnd Kentucky Q 4J FRESH OYSTERS GOOD MEALS COLD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCPS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Croceries Fruits Candies Cigars Tobacco RICHMOND KYCorner Main and Second FRESH OYSTERS n r 0 enrt p en Cr MeVVIDESlu the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possum sMusk Rats Etc Ba sure and call me over phone before selling as I can save you money Me WIDESTELEPHONE3G3 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY BestGroceriesAT THE Lowest Prices may always be found at cur store We handle the best goods on the market ab solutely pure and Fresh New Clean We have all kinds of Fancy Groceries as well as the Staples and can fill your wants on shortest notice A kit order will satisfy you that we strive to please Your patronage appreciated JAMES B PARKECASH STORE Phone 624 FIRST STREET lts Building Time st st 52 52 i2 If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First class work guaranteed Get my estimate before making contracts for anything in the carpenters line f f f sZ f JEFF STONE f Y Try Mary Patent Flour from the Now Mill in town Phone 67 128tt J B sanders Co Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths AVrite J A STEVENS W T HICKS tr Richmond Ky for Sale Privately Since ihc dcathof my father who attended to our jack stock I find I can not jive them the attention they should have and attend to my office I will therefore sell privately the following stock nine Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years oM All well bred 0 ready for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from colt to aged jennet well bred 5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Call on or ad dress moat Richmond Ky 15tf tOY C WHITE It is always cheapest in the long run to get the best- We do the very b- estConcrete WorkGive us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro ly satisfied R K Stone Phone 432 James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or anv thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKIlHpp Veteilnio lege oi Chirao HI Veterinary Surgeon Office at J It Azbills Stable Office Phone 9J lies Phone Sf Richmond Ky Dr Hobson Dentist McKee Block i O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSdT LAW ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Oben alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burgin Ue- nnrDENTIST Over State Bank Trn t Company TELEPHONE 216 Harry M Blanton DENTIST rrOOce In Bennett BulcJn j Isnly TELEPHONE KB A SULLJ VAt3 rr2iLAw iUOHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op lOsiteCoott House on Main Street Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Teleplion j 267 Office in Oldham Building J G BOSLEY Physician and Surgeon OOlcc over Stanifer tc Sopers = Rooms nud 3 Main Street HIOHMOSD Office Phone 2dS Res Phone 310 Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Qi 33erch Tailored Ready to- Wer Guaranteed not to- mR or Fade t0 yews expenence the factory guarantee in suitstallsizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock incity to select from Finer ine New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas forhighla tJ B StoUfferLL l t 49dstEt4bftdL tJvhI 1 rallod Ja fw 1q The Richmond Clifflax PUtUSaE THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor if PRESS Ml PUBUSlERS rBICEflOO PER YEAR IN AUVANCE WEDNESDAY MAR 16 1010 FOR CONGRESS We nre authorized to announce Hon HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county a candidate to succeed himself in Connress trout this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party rAII1 OflCll aHb GAF FETRIGG EimL Palm ROGUE RIVER VALLEY OREGON COnRESPONOEWCE 3QLICJTEu This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission A WRONG THAT NEEDS RIGHTING The health of Americans of the fu ture would be vastly improved if their mothersthe army of immature girls now in school between the ages of twelve and eighteen were to devote less time and energy to Latin French geometry hlstory and themes for the development of their Intellects and a great deal more to home duties work on the lawn and In the garden and to other exercise and recreation out of doors for the building up of healthy and strong physiques upon which fac tor chiefly their mission as mothers and homemakers is to depend Well admit that this view will be consld ered n bjt on the old fogy order by some but it Is nevertheless correct mid onj that will be given increased at tention in the years that ore just ahead There arc several things lo be righted in the school system nt pres ent in vogue over the country One of the chief of these is the turning of the usually pale faced anaemic Invalids at graduation time into girls physical ly robust and able to take up the seri ous and responsible duties of life The credit for the situation which exists is largely due to a system which makes the curricula of public schools conform tQ college requirements when probably less than 10 per cent of the pupils en rolled will ever go to college partly due to the blindness of teachers wed to the system and stupidly ignorant of the fact that children at thirteen do not have the endurance of grown folks nt thirty and even more it Is due to shortsighted parents who through fool ish pride allow and sometimes encour age their daughters to overwork that they may stand nt the head of their classes Those collectively and indi vidually responsible should get their heads together and evolve a more ra tional system that will make It pos sible for the girt the finest and sweet est of Gods creatures to develop as be intended she should develop THE DAUGHTER IN THE HOME All too many mothers make the mis take of saving their daughters in every way and allowing them to do little or none of the work about the bouse when this tint only means increased labors for the mother but is a shortsighted policy for the daughter mal particularly for those who will In nil probability later have tire responsibil fly of a household on their hands When daughters in the home reach the age of thirteen or fourteen they ought to take the job of washing the dishes much of the sweeping and nil of the dusting off their mothers hands besides being taught to do the plain sewing and mending caused by their own presence in the home Many mothers would rather 10 all this work than show their daughters how but when Analyzed this attitude of the mothers Is usually traceable to n lack of pains patience and true regard for the daughters welfare The average girl is willing to help if taught how to do so and made to feel that the as sistance that she does render is worth while IT PAYS The point Is now and then raised whether It pays to sow clover with small gralu particularly oats If one plans to plow stubble and clover under In the fall The best opinion along this line is that it does pay the benefit derivable from the clover turned under being quite largely proportionate to the thriftiness of the clover plants and the stand secured Even if such a course is followed the benefit of tire Irnyforallow the clover to possess the ground the following year taking off a crop plowlugfall the benefits derived from the leg ume are greatly increased This is due to the fact that the older and larger tire root systems of tire clover are the more extensive is tire develop ment of the nodules which are tire de positories of the nitrogen which is taken from the air It pays to grow lu04dealvTHE SEED BED Nest to securing good seed that will grow there is 110 other respect In which tire tiller of the soil should es rrclsp greater care than in the prep nratlou of the seed bed More farm Irs fall down here nod lessen the ca pacity of their land to prodnce large rcpt to a larger extent than In any other single wjiy Valuable land thank receive something hotter than Ibis thirty cent care which Is likely practiced as geiiemllyas It la liecauso the sinners along tMs tine dont real ize that for small grain to grow prop erly the lied In which it Is planted must be loose enough to make pusslhh n ready circulation of air and moisture from the surface down and from the nibsoil to the surface A Safeguard To Children Oar lo children oi six and eight years have been since infancy snbjc to colda and croup About tlifeejeits ngo I started to MSB Fn1es Ilona und Tararid It has never Tailed tpprlvnm and cure Ihf e ironies JHs the onlr mad cinf I can got tlierliHdrpn intake witbour a rw Tieal ove trMtW C OrtittPin Green Hat VJs dnrli aes ihe experience of tbousiu1s vi other users of Fol j HMMJT aMd Tar ii- curwootzhii eolth and wap anti MtiiNWI u 1 Nuts ore very rich in protein ans oil and when eaten fresh are not only appetizing but form an excellent substi tute for meat TOe nut eating habit along with the apple habit is one that ought to grow Many bog or muck soils contain fer tilizing elements in as large per cent as average manure but they usually need tillage anti sweetening with nn application of lime to render these elements available for plant life Willie tho warmer climate of the west Dud southwest Is favorable for the winter production of eggs this advantage is quite offset by the fact that tire warmer weather tends to greatly multiply lice mite pests whlch consti tute as serious a drawback as cold weather In making choice of laud in n new section it is well not only to keep in mind the fertility of the soil and its ability to produce bumper crops but the distance of the land from market There have been cases where such handicap has well nigh offset the two advantages named In sections where the time of setting out the young orchard Is likely to be followed by a protracted dry spell It Is well to give the trees a mulch of some kind which will prevent a drying out of the soil about the roots This coupled with thorough cultivation ofI the tree row should give the trees the moisture required for their proper development The important fact for the prospec tive buyer of a cream separator to keep In mind is not the initial price of the machine but ability to extract butter fat from new milk If it fails to do this and any considerable amount of butter fat goes through nud is fed to pigs in the swill it will be a costly proposition If It were a dona tion to the fellow who Is to operate Jt Many of the trees in the older or chards in the flood river valley were set too near together from fifteen to twenty feet and the visitor In tile val Icy last fall saw these same trees in yellow leaf bearing undersized fruit and in general appearance suffering from both lack of fertility and mois ture at the end of an unusually dry season Most later plantings correct this fault A quite striking illustration of the limited amount of nourishment re quired to sustain plantand tree life is found in a pine tree which grows from a crevice largely of Its own making at the summit of thcjuajeslc weather beaten gray granite sentinel dome in Yosemite valley It has n diameter of fifteen Inches is twenty to twentylive feet high with a spread iu top and seems lo have thrived on its scant fare The United States survey mark within a couple of feet of its trunk gives Its elevation above sea level at about 8000 feet The decidedly unfavorable season which has prevailed In the corn belt during Ihe past six months In which it has been Hobsons choice whether the corn spoiled faster in Held or crib will call attention with new emphasis to the value of the silo ns a very ef fective method of preserving the corn crop Put here before the killing frosts of October came It would have come to no harm while the farm owner and help would not have had to wallow around in the spring mud tn get the last ot It from the Cel1 Ow ing to the fact that miyiy fieldfl vrpre not husked before the deep snows carno the stock was not turned into the stalk fields as usual aud as n re suit they hum had to be stuffed with high priced hay the fodder In tbe fields such aaIt was not being utiN Ized at all W A conservation doetrjire that needs a deal more attention given to it this year thou was last Is that of Inrreas lug the uSlfnllless anti wlrol0soirientaa of the myriad homes of the country the multiplication of home comforts tire Increase of ham happiness rind contentment the roaring nUll training of surer minded nUll more whole soul ed boys and girls Here is n conserva tlon directly affecting our perpetuity as a nation in coniurisoii with vbkli the saving of forests from destruction the keeping of soils from dVpJptlon and the prevention of tire looting of our mineral wealth bt the greedy sink into paltry insignificance Tire firt is there is good gruundfor believing that if we paid more attention Jo our homes and boys and girls some of these other ills would right themselves for there would of necessity lie n larger moral element lu our Jiatloutil lIfe An oat grower Tvltlivljomtliorxvrt cr was talking tire other day Jiad an experience last season In the matter of a iireparatlon of tIre soil for the seed that will he of practical value to him from tis on and ought to ha to others who read this item Last spring when he put in his oats hs jilotved the larger of the tracts nml let tile srrnhler the soil of which was not quite so rich go with two dtsUIngs one lieforp and one after the seed was sown lie was warned by sonic of Iris neighbors that if he plowed his ort Jnmllo tho spring he would got nu yield nt nil He kept their doleful prediction In1 mind but at harvtst time noted the fact that on the plowed ground Iris wits yielded at the rate of fiftylive huSh cia per ncr wliilo on tIre piece wlihh was disked only they went hut about eight or nine hushelp die fimhlfd to a most Important soil and crop fact add henceforth will discard the od way A Royal Talisman n791Jernfamily isman in the shapeofablaek stone set in n ring each tread of the house having passed the charni on to the generationsto have found the ring sealed in a package with instrietionsns to its preservation and transmission writ ten by Freaericklf PrtceIJwh3t value or significance riltichcs tothis carefully treasured bit of jonclry it would be difficult to sny Tradition says that n huge toad hopped into rgoithto whether the Widen getting in rc1ir1Apeor to afterthought of the HbhenzoUerns tradition fails to enlighten us Forgttlirja HisOwnPicturo Reynolds once rrgot thc oxist once of one of hi pictures TUitke once obtaiced er vark work anti called on the greiilf artist submitting the work aSTthai of a young student who Eonghtiidvicc from the iHKrJopnfriend of yours r ic Burke replied n tlfn anmjfetivel 1Jillrcpinion Its eleventh thing lint toJustifjsrt a a profeslon 1 cannot stir ir J 1 iOkWD1 i Wi1IT 8 Cream Vermifuge I THE CBiHASTEEO WORM REMEUY THE CHILDJJENS FAVORITE TuNIC OtWARE OF IMITATIONS THE GftU FnCPAitCD OrlLY ar BallardSriow Liniment CO CT iouiS MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY ATIENfION FARMERS It is being reported that we dp not have the Vulcan plows or repairs Wo emphatically deny tins report Wo have both and expect to continue to handle them I0tf TAYLOR OLDHAM The Cilrnax81 a year Bring your wheat end corn for ex change to the ucjv mill Phone 57 2tl J B Sanders C A COUNTERFEIT QUARTER By M QUAD Copyright by Associated Literary 1ress Diacon Wrenn widower hfsllaloU between two wouteix Mss Brown a spinster of forty who ownrd a house arid lot and the vtduw Xrlll1lll about the same age as Miss Ilruivn who own ed a farm One day the deacon got stud on a counterfeit quarter Tire next1 time n tin peddler came along he offered It to tlip tutu in change Dout look right deacon Oh I guess its nil right was the reply Iuts of counterfeit around You neednt be afraid of that it wasnt a square thlngzto do The deacon knew It arid the peddler kuew It The peddler pocketed the coin null went away but he made UI ne3tfthe deacon wits hanging off between the widow and the spinster rind he thought he saw iris way clear Three 011Itheout to fence to say HiIiigyim aeeipifd that quarter youll have to keep It OSi It Isnt about the quarter I just wauled tOvtiH you a bit of news You know the old maid Hrown In the village dont yoiiT Semns lo me Ive Ironed of her re wayIhas died a lid left her irOOO cash j Shes keeping it mighty quiet She wants some one to nmrry her for love Instead of motley unit an hour later the deacon was hitching up to drive to the village Two hours titer he wassaylng lo the blufthlug old maid Surah Im alone and lonely Ive concluded lo take another wife Will yon trove meV- Snnth could have sadYis In a scvoiid but ivirali ttas no spring chick rn Sire also welghod nun balanced thlugR Shed wild Yes to two illfTor pill men before but with no witnesses torIIJrllbelieve you to lt n sincere man- Think of this matter on your way home- and then write me it letter The deacon jogged home and took his pen In hand raid wrote He didnt wait fur tin mall hut sent his message 10 till village b iris hired man It was stmljilit lalknml the written an swi r was Yes tlonrr days had passed when the ped dler appeared again Deacon Wrenn ws unit in tIre woodshed dyeing his whiskers As for hair he was so near ly balilheaded that It wouldnt pay to foul jvlth lie suspended operations to hair tire petMlcr say AnothtY tilt of news for you old awayjkiilrr heard Got five children and never hoped find stepfather for em hut this 110 a world of chuiixe It seems she n brut ier lu New England who yearsIcashISIIUSlimit sue wiitft let mi until she knows he love her for herself rind her tire sure eyed y mij iius lint breathe a doughIfinished thouhtII Normans They talked crops anti mrither for awhile rind then with her five fulieiifss children standing aroiiiul with their mouths open he stated that lit imd long and secretly admired tire nmther trial desired to make her his tlrl She wouldnt be r here It at first but Ills assurances ilnilly iircvnlil nnd she said yes Fur nil hour afterward the children took turns silting nil their to be step fathers la mil pulling irk dyed whisk ers null they mllccl hurt poppy as hedlllIrh 1 it has IlI sild that Deacon Wrenn wulghcd linii bmmniiitI things and It may surprise till render that bo should tanxU bliasfir lip with two engage ments lie litj figured It out that be could sjquare things with tire old maid for SlOiiO or fur double that at the niost This ivoitid leave him 528000 clear nud that was It good enough bargain for uny iiian Irraweek he luarrlctl the widow nnd ou the same tiny he calltil and nfforrd Miss Mrown n thousHid big dollars Slre drove him from the limiM in Indignation Then he lea mud that his wIfe bad no broth vr to die arid leave her eVeh 15 cents anti that no windmill mush had ever wanted her Ilr had Just charged tree with coiiKpIrnrv to defraud nn Inno ent hearted urritri vhen be was serv il wlth rtIIIJIII nS In a breach of- foumIesuii ittii wlipn the case wna Ttally called nUll trlrd It cost hint his tann io make good tire verdict And then one misty ttu peddler inet trim in flic road ninth jialtid to say Snmrc news lull dont give it iwiyJ irouenpget a divorce from your wife cant locate n widder who Inrnstnl In Tens ell stock when Jt wits only 5 vMils ofl tire dollar and haS hid rn to It until Its now spllingat H your widder rtndyou too Ilpled tIll deacon as he paseti on lie it Utqptfl ttptho court tcIfeltqulirtertkrllwn bftn him 1 W toCdgy Titii vNtutHctfty every parent If- ttr child is rorvotis fretful etarta IB its sleep is pjpfy laced his tings under Its eyes always sccnw hungry not nHinirisr weight you can eMireth6 r1 lh is vortne Whites Cream Vet rll arc is au abolitt em lor worms k itVwwH fmtftKiv old by Hi tx 1ttfMf f tIJ W I MAQTEQiTHE FACT I I IFurniture Carpets Rugsr Druggets Lace Curtains Mattings Stoves and all Supplies for the Home On Easy JPayrnenfe I SAVE YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Give a small payment each week or month from your salary Let us show you how easy and pleasant this can be done Make a note the fact we save you IOta 20 per cent ON CASH PURCHASES 1U MAN AND HiG G I NS HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTUCKY I Wear LUalqmrters for Sewing Machine Supplies for alt Machines Dr Pennington Dentist Specialist Regulating tooth treating pirea Porcelain Gold inlays OlIIco next door to Government building tf The Richmond Steam Laundry at your servlcc Call or ring 52 Isyonrpop3rty insuradnsalnst fire Bettor see IJrook hind Smith and take a policy j122m FAMOUS GIANTS John Middleton tho Tallest of the More Modern Ones The record of men remarkable for their height commences at an early period of the recorded historyof tire World for in the Old Testament Og king of Bashan is mentionedas Wing a bedstead nine cubits long which is about sixteen nnd a half feet Later we read of Goliathof Oath slain by David whose height was six cubits find a span The Emperor Moximin was of vast bulk according to some measuring over eight feet Then Pliny writes The tallest man that has been seen in our age was one named Gabara who in the days of Claudius the lute emperor was brought out pf Arabia lie was nine feet nine inches Of more modern giants there was John Middlclon called the child of Utile who was born in Lancashire England in 1578 He was nine feet three inches tall His hand mcas tired seventeen inches from the wrist to the tip of the middle finger and the palm was eight and a half inches in breadth Patrick Cotter the Irish Giant was born in 1761 and measured eight feet seven inches in height His hand to the tip of the middle finger was twelve inches and his longCharleseight feet four inches He died in 1783 and his skeleton is in the museum of the Royal College of Surgeons Big Sam porter of the Prince of Wales afterward George IVatCarlton palace was nearly eight feet tall M Brice a native of the Vosges seven feet six inches exhibited himself in London in 1SG23 Robert Hales the Norfolk Giant was seven and a half feet poundsChang giant was seven feet eight inches when nineteen years old when he was exhibited in London in 1865 Grown to eight feet he exhibited at the Westminster aquarium with Brus tar n Norwegian giant seven feet nine inches in June 1880 Captain Martin Van Buren Bates of Kentucky and Miss Ann Hanen Swann of Nova Scotia each about seven feet tall exhibited in London and were married at St llartiiisin theFieldsJ une 17 1871 Marian tire Amazon Qaeen bdrn in 18GG was eight feet two inches tall when exhibited in Lonr don ii 1882 Joseph Winklemaier a native of Austria eight feet nine inches tall exhibited in London in 1887 Elizabeth Lyska a Russian was sixfeet eight inches when exhibited in London in 1893 at the age of twelve Boston Globe Speed Statistics A gentle wind travels about five miles an hour a highwind about thirty to fortyfive miles an hour a hurricane eighty to a hundred miles an hour The velocity of the earth on its own exit exceeds it is esti mated 1000 miles an hour The velocity of the earth around the sun Ms calculated to be GG OOO miles an hour and the velocity of the moon is calculated to be 2273 miles an hour Sound travels through dry air at the rate of about sixty feet a second through water at the rate Iongsteel130 feet a second Electricity is said to travel along Vires above ground at the rate of about 22360 miles a second Light travels ata velocity estimated by astronomical observation to be about 18G770 miles a second London Standard Ministers Aboard Ship r A mInister aboard ship Iran always beentakeIh mi n Jpbah sign by Crt men In rent yeara however tb rs superstition has been modified to a cer tnlu extent A youngr minister the- Seairmerbe11evewiI not bring as much of a Jonah with him as anoid one Simplicity Itself There are jjnly two points In sue eNs What are theyr jk udkca- irii1 1 that we sell l I of that I c 1 George ngLsh- PLUMBINGi i Doctor for I c Gs and Gasoline Engines Agents for Johnson Beat System of Water W 61kt for country juul suburban homes l 6t9l210 E Main Street Phone I 1 l RICHMOND K1TUCKY II+ 0t130 76Lackey Colyer Telephone 2S2 We will on Oct J st 910give away one full Leather trimmed Rub 3r Tire buyvalu3d at 00 Also a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 y This is no humnbugIt is a fair deal and legitimtf it clearly establishes our appreciation of your u p will give to each and every purehmseia ticlct for every SlO wortn of trade with us Each ticket will representa shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you sny article in our line of a liberal discount below the customary prices This offer will save you money when you call in and make you money before you go out See our circulars for full explanation plenty ojthem at our office Read Carefully the Articles Belowj iit Horso collars Hack Bands Farm Blind Bridals Riding Bridals Break Harness Drive harness Surrey Harness Buggy tnds eta Hoyglijon Buggies Xolumbus Buegios Manyor Buggios R L A Buggies Ivnuffman Buggies Post Buggies and all mwltem Busies Break Carts if Road Wagons and Surreys Rubber tier the best put OH quick ami reasonable First class Horse Shoeing the Buirgy trimmer High Class your Binders and mowers repaired nhwtwmUhfng owiplete any Jeb in and also tiara the finest J1o Send in your Vehicle for Painting and Repairs Early Lacky ColyerI 4W QUarters L We are established in our new quarters in the old City Hall building and are bettor prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and VegetaIles in setison lhurman Grocery r Eonnpany = V 7 Penny Photos H 2Ofor 25 Cents d1neMoberleyiThe Homes Bungaios Ii t See Our Plans b StIPIntinga woodneadrotired FourPositos McGaughey FurnishtheMaterlal To Build Them BtltAll Kind moohanie Q We Lumber Doors j Sash I1llin1 idand 2ply Felt Roofing Jt 1 ToddEdwards lumber Co 7 wo M1Ioi rird RidllQng 1 j L r + 1 iIffFT7i1TiiL or TT111o fl 0ti a a I t ri I e ion Iwo T TWo x 4 HE RICHMONDCLI AX Section r i iJ ed j I 36th YEAR o J 0 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1910 RI Jt YoNUBER 41 A New Version cf en Old Saying In the Spring Time Young Womens fancy lightly turns ohonhts of dress ijnA important feature of your Spring dress ia i n properly fitted and correctly styled- exceedingly s proud of the new low cuts we j ysu this season Thyare made for us by ft i iijieproducers of the world The Julian KAlittgi Co ia Cincinnati t Thew isa SilKid Shoe for every foot and the Styles are such asno other local dealer will show this year That ia tine of the great advantages of shoes here You are sure of securing the buyingIand mot exclusive Styles long before shown elsewhere 11 Cull Soon Get First Choice MENS YOUTHS a- nSNING LITTLE MEN S Shoes and Oxfords0 are now ready and we have a large stock to yforguarantee to give perfect satisfaction for the price you pay We have them in all leathers and made up in the latest styles s Best in Quality Perfect in Fit From the leading manufactur ers of the east We have for men the Just Right Shoes at 4 and 5 H B Reed at 3 and 350 For boys youths and little men we have BURLEY boyslsible Our experience has taught us that it a takes a good shoe to stand a hoyWe have them in all sizes t 150 to 3c new new new kid are We last not the in SilKid finished We in announcing the of our and At this of the we and to ever call the 1l of our of and We i ials is to of we seen any w so to of the are but it will you of the superiority of and Haberdashery and the a be any IIiiI the Consideration In CIHAX Brings Results IE J 3 L Woods resident Marion Coy RL Arnold Fish VPresident s IWO Kemper Cashier RGQuynX + Terrill Cashier E L Woods W Fish D Dink ig a t CAPITAL STOCK SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PDFIT3 1100000 DEPOSITS i i 10000000 L Your Banking no matter how large no matter how small THE PEOPLES B iiKwill give it careful attention This message applies to women Wad men alike Come 1n and seo us we are glad to see you TIle Safest aaA Mast Ceavenl eat Way te de Year BvslBemi te Ttets fc a Bask w With ample Capital 6 rplu ad Assets with witk years of the Peoples of Lick Ky 1 rStands ready to serve yau Your basieeseis wiih the that every coasifiieml wHa safety dad to your balance will be extended GIVE US A AND WE WILL PROVE IT Y t Here They Are New SiMflds 0 Ev ry thing in the line of footwear to go with the Spring Goods we are receiving daily All the pumps all the ties all the oxfords now ready Two strap pump pumps in patent very popular have a wide variety to selecifrom at 3to4T- he Sinton one strap pumps made on the celebrated Hugger will slip M heel V ii 0 JT t si Oxfords iar W eh soles have become very f n V t i5rAwiK Wf have a splendid a spring nevv fitting shoes Exclusive Footwear Easter If you go to church in a pair ofCI you have a comfortable of being correctly shod Ypur isw off with just the right touch And you may be sure you are The name the Our Large Easter Stock 7 Everything Thats Good e prinn CIothig Hats nFurnisgsV pleasure arrival Spring Summer Garments season i always extend our earnest spedal invitation bodYto for pur seeing splendid display handsome spring wearables for men men feature t D ER S Collegian Clothes I whenhebuysathroughout of strong characteristics When itcomes the style have garments from other makers which possess these artistic linesand strongly appeal young man demands every feature fashion A Visit Here Latearn by 5 3 adjust correct styles convince our Clothing Hats fairness of our prices Come for whole is aglow spring freshness than welcome at t r JSStaniferWhere Quality is Itit li3 OFFICERS DIRECTORS Assts a P leB ofP tick y 1500000 always experieaee Banks Paint iaviiij eityaece accommodalicil comraensnnMte TRIAL 4ViiGiu1 other style fashion i 5 I RF NEW t h i i a x j 5O T I h y t II will be the for and is now and in dull on for west pop our fort cent for Ail foot for Shoes feeling costume wearing exclusive guarantees See New take year pose little one their never who what also store with more time First RichmondKy Cor Second and Main Telepho OPERA JHOUSE TueSdayARC 22Better aria Brighter Ever OtfTOAUfirS BUSTiBROWN MUC- I Ankle strap pumps quite thing spring summer Our stock complete See these 20to 53P Kids finishmade lasts that insure perfect comfort street trade idas low boys Youll Than The Tramp Shoe f T tI1 frlt We cannot say enoughabout this splendid shoe It is solutely the greatest fitter and comfort giver we have ever put onto a womans foot Try a pair and you will agree with us 2 50 to 3 50 dOMISSES and CHILDRENS Shoes and Oxfords for Spring We are showing the most attractive line and the largest range of styles we have ever offered You can find just the kind you have been look ing for here The ankle strap pump will be very goodthis season Watch our window display for thev styles for spring We have given this line our special attention 7 Prices Within Reach of All tThe Seal of Exclusive Style tQ S ab Allover the world you will find that the best dressed women endorse andup hold the SilKId Shoe They find that it fits better holds its shape longer and gives better service than anyshoe they can buy for the samemoney Oar Stockis Very Now Call and examine the new ideas in low cuteffects for Spring You will be pleased THE SILKID SEAL MEANS STYLE EXCLUSIVENESS Be Shoe Particular Wear SilKid PRICES Patent Complete beyondmeasure With that Lovable Little Lilliputian Master Rice as Buster Assisted by Mary jane Tige an 40 OTHER S asr Ppsitlvelf Entirely KewThis6easoB GrgeousSceak Invwifat- entRefreshing and Satisfying aSM ftllllW L iD 5ts1-d fd 1tJo 1 f a 0 4 X t A Legal Picture Puzzle By ANNA BENTLEY Copyright 1310 by American Press Association A number of gentlemen were speak ing of the many cases of poisoning that have occurred In which young wives have been accused of setting rid of old and rIcb husbands when one of the party an attorney told the following story I once bad such a case and jt showed me bow difficult it Is to arrive at the trutb when certain persons are Interested In hiding an important part of the truth This withholding of facts makes us see very plainly as true what Is really false A criminal case In law Is like a picture puzzleall the must be present and fit In their places to show the design Mrs Hocknday was the wife of old Hockaday who made a big fortune on the Stock Exchange She was twenty and he sixty when be married her Nevertheless they seemed to get on very well together and the young wife appeared to bo very fond of her old husband But one day Mr Hocka diseaseIbiswait very long after her husbands demise to appear at places of vmuso mcnt and her participation at balls and other such functions soon fol lowedHad she been more circumspect In this regard probably the celebrated case of which she was the central tlg ure would have never occurred The police In order to satisfy a public clamor get up something they call a case and there is a preliminary exam ination So they did In the Hockaday affair But nothing was proved and the lady was not held for trial This Is the beginning where a few scattered parts of the picture puzzle aro furnished but the picture Is not even conceived of- Unfortunately this disposition of the case did not satisfy the talkers who still insisted that Mrs Hockaday bad poisoned her husband She made a statement to a reporter that she would not rest until she bad proved herself Innocent Then sbo stirred up the matter reflecting on Peter Hockaday a nephew of her husband who would have inherited his property bad the uncle not married This fired the nephew who came out with a statement that be believed the millionaire had been poisoned and demanded that the body be disinterred and tested by expertsThis was done and a heavy doso of a poisonous substance was found in the dead mans stomach It was now plain to those who were amusing themselves solving the puzzle of the Hockaway case that It would turn out to be a representation of a young widow with one hand poison ing an old man and With tho other grasping money bags Mrs Hockaday was arrested and placed on trial I was her counsel The prosecution brought out an im portant fact that tended to prove ber guilt It was proved that she bad paid from time to time considerable sums to an attorney of bad repute for services connected wltb her husbands property On the day of his death the millionaire went to this attorneys of five drank a glass of wine went home and died in a few hours The picture puzzle changed There was now a rich old man a shyster lawyer pouring out a doso with one band and receiving a bag of gold from his widow The shyster attorney testified that he received fees from Mrs Hockaday for legitimate services connected with her prospective Interest In ber bus bands estate her object being to secure all the property herself and prevent any of It going to any one pf her husbands relatives The prosecutor endeavored by cross examination to make him reveal more exactly the na ture of these services but failed that It behooved me to exonerate this attorney who bad been receiving money from my clleftt and was accused of poisoning her husband In return for his fees I urged him to- go back to the day Mr Hockaday was supposed to hare been poisoned and discover his whereabouts at tho hour Ibe millionaire visited his office Tbe result was the proving of an alibi When Mr Hockaday called on the attorney the latter was in the office of a man from whom be was endeavoring to extort some money under a sort of blackmail By this time the puzzle framers were ready to give up all bnt a young wife making way somehow or other with a rich old husband and a set of rascals helping her There was to central piece to the picture without which It was insolvable One might put all the other pieces together but nothing would come of It without this central block But when it was inserted the puzzle stood out complete the picture being plain as day In the examination of the shyster lawyer it came out that the nephew young Hockaday was Inti mate with him Ani finally l proved that the nephew had met his uncle In the shysters office on the dry of his ileatb and the two had drunk n glass uf wino together Tho nephew was the central piece fii the puzzle and the picture was a tlch uncle pad a ncpbew the latter putting poison Info the old mans I lass Young Hockaday next Intended to poison the widow and get the property but she was afraid of him and kept out of his way w IMJ C U1r n- r v 0 ensNV inKtsL I t Iso ItnJn JfI- Li bF tf II c t- Purei elY Hoyml- Baking Powder Snmrovfts the flavor alfdadds lathe healthfulnessof ROYAL BAKING POWDER AbsolutelY nn A Fish With Teeth on His Tongue The biggest of fresh water fishes the arapalma of the Amazon in South America which grows to six feet in length has teeth on its tongue so that the latter resembles the file and is used as such Some kinds of trout also have the same peculiarity Fishes that swallow their prey entire have their teeth so supported on flexi ble bases as to bend backward but not forward In order that their vic tims shall not escape after they have been once seized In ages gone by there were ferocious sharks seventy feet in length such as would make a mouthful of you without blinking Plenty of their teeth have been found which are five Inches long whereas the biggest of the teeth belonging to sharks that exist at the present day are one and a half inches long Speaking of extinct creatures reminds us that all of the early birdsthose- of early geological times that ishad teeth with y captured the early worms of same period Be- Ing descendant from reptiles it is nat ural that they should possess a dental equipment but when they ceased tp be carnivorous they had no teeth any longer Perhaps- I dont have no opinion of these newfangled womens notions said Mr Hyde when his wife timidly ex pressed her desire to join the Womans Self Improvement society But we learn so much there ventured Mrs Hyde Dont believe JU snapped Mr Hyde Women dont know much thats a fact but let em stick to their domestic duties and learn them Thats my opinion Let em follow St Pauls Injunction stay at home and ask their husbands If they want to know any thingBut John Ive settled it and thats enough JaneBut John thats what women have been doing all this time and perhaps thats the reason they dont know then Mr Hyde threw his boot at the cat and boxed Freddys ears for grinning Pea rsons An Eye to Business One day a man with a case full of handbills entered a restaurant In Cia cinnati run by an astute old German Vot haf you dere the latter asked as lIe observed the man about to dis play several of the bills oa his walls Hallway circulars excursion Oh ho exclaimed the proprietor one of dose cheap ten day exgur sions Go nvay cheaper Tot you stay at home eh- Exactly said the bill man Und you vajit to hang deco up here Certainly Youve no objection I haf most clear obgectlonsV said the German decidedly Dake jlem avay Do you dake metor4n fool man dot I vould vant my customers to read dose bills und den go avay und eat at some cheap place for te- ndaysDctrolt Free Press Pleased His Majesty The dark monarch from sunny Af rica was being shown over an engi neerIug establishment In an English city by the manager who in explain ing the working of certain machinery unfortunately got his coattails caught In it and lu a moment was being whirled round at so many revolutions per minute Luckily for the manager his garments were unequal to the strain of more than n few revolutions and he wits hurled disheveled and dazed at the feet of the visitor That exalted personage roared with laughter and said something to his in terpreter Sah said that functionary to the manager his majesty say he am ber ry pleased with dq trick an will you please do It again rSketcby Bits Bees and Ants Bees will place their honeycombs in any place regularly or irregularly shaped and when they come to cor n era and angles they seem to stop and consider Then they vary the shape of the cell so that the space Is exactly tilled It could not be done moro satisfactorily If the whole thing had been worked out on paper beforehand Ants make hard and smooth roads and drive tunnels compared to which mans ef forts in making such things are insig nificant Jock Scored Well Jock said a laird to one of his tenants you are getting very bent Why dont you stand up straight like me man T Eh mop replied Jock ye see that field of corn oer there Wee yen notice that the full holds bang doon an the empty tens stan stracht up London Telegraph She Got It All Do you give your wife an allow once y- Yes How much do you allow herT Dont you think it is rather 1m pertinent for youto ask what my jsaK ary isT1oustonPQsf ote T Allvice a doctor saga t met steeifVKltlt lay mouth shut n w- ctHlllfetiato the l abet Mr Jawback Try practicing it when you are awake Cleveland Leader Thcbi M- MsWhet aipaa starts to talk Jae hey to HeAnil wYea a- wewa irMtbs 1JettW Ie A1F v ra1 WMWUi t 1CI tr it T WHATS 1- l Good Coal i i e SUREV We handle the very best grades including the Celebrated Rich Mountain JELLIGO COAL iIand our prices are as low as can be found anywhere Give us a trial order and we will convince you that our coal is l i little better than you have been getting elsewhere and i 3rices are just as low Satis faction Guaranteed We alsorhave for you corn hay straw and oats S1H1ThorpeCo i ASPEX AVENUE Phone 184 1910 SEASON 19- 10VERDICT l 1621 WILL MAKE THE SEAScStDunns Stable It on Irvine Pike 1ear L N Crossing RICHMOND KY Verdict is a dark chestnut 153 hands coming 11 years with as much natural style and action as any stallion living as tine as any mare or gelding you will see i combining all the qualities as to breeding style and action that tolmake a great sire and a fisstclass prolducer If the law of nature repeats it- seICthnt like begets likethen you have and ideal stock horse in Verdict I claim that Verdict carries more of tho blood of old Peavlne and Washington f Denmark than any horse living as his i 1Verdictsrarely been equaledwinning as a two year oldand as a hreojcarold straight through the fair circuit without a break closing his threo year old career at the Louisville Horso 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 stallion from Kentucky Tennessee and Mis souri in a ring of fifteen horses Ver dicts show career was cut short in 1003 by sickness only showing at Richmondrand Lexington where he won pro miums in aged stallion class In lOOt Verdict had fully recovered from his illness and after makin a heavy season he showed first at Kirksville where ho won the 500 stake for best stallion mareor gelding also first for test aged stallion His second show was at Lexington where he won first to Harrodsburg whore he won first inIaged stallions first in sweepstakes IS l entries first in combined ring and Irstiin model ring at thor ir Verdict met with an unfortunate accident which kept him from going to the Louisville horse Show for which he was being especially prepared under tho able supervision of Mat S Cohen In 1000 Verdicts colts won first in colt ring and first in stallion and three of his get Tho 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 firstclass stallions are sold at high prices and go to other States There never wasAa time in tho history of the county when first class horses commanded such prices as they do today But it is only by patronizing the best thatthesopricesare obtained It is not what you pay for the season of a colt jt is what you get that counts in the long run PEDIGREE Verdict 1C21 sired by CeroGordo 1022 by Black Squirrel 53 by Black Eagle 71 by King William 07 by Washington Denmark G4 Verdicts dam Jay Bird 1014 by Peavino 82 2nd dam by Young Diamond ho by Diamond Denmark 68 by Washington Denmark 04 Cero Gordos dam Miss Richmond 561 King RIchard lie by Peavino8i King Richards dam Pharos tboll1y Imp Pharo Miss Richmonds dam Jenny Lynn 391 by Stonewall Jackson 72 by Washington Denmark 04 fcYou wilt see that Verdict traces three times tdPeavine 85 Old Peavine and three times to Washington Denmark thus combining the blood of two of the greatest show horses that ever lived TERMS yiinliqtwill be allowed to servo mares x a- tIZStolBswcMarcmFoal in which events Lion will be retained moneyduttaken to nt accidents but net r spoaslbloshol l4 any occur 1JrrMjr1l- 1b cured at 3p rmpntbi L dbUl JII 1 tx Rural Teiephories1M Mr 1armen JSaWvoar homa as modern for your family as a city rest dence and place rOUfHH ill a position to get the latest market quotRtions at whichtheadquartersJssshvilleiate at present you are not enjoyin s we flan MIzsissppLnuislanaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COt incorporated k t LOWFARES TO THE WEST TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLEAND ST LOUIS VIA In Effective daily March 1 to AIis 1910 oneway secondclass colonist fares will be on tale via coastjlI372 11373I from Louisville Ky to San Francisco Los Angeles San Diego Cal and Phoenix Ariz toIfrom Louisville K Portland Seattle and Spokane EverettI SIMILAR LOW FARES TO PACIFIC COAST OTHERI For Pull Information J P GARDNER PA or RFPENH T PAI LOUISVILLE L TWO TRAINSDAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS VIA JIMARCH I TO APRIL 15 I9IO OLIVER PLOWS TORNADO AND BELLVIEW Disc Harrows with our without tongue trucks Moline Cane Plows The Old Reliab- leStodebaker Wagons Remember we are Headquarters for every thing in the Hardware Line lCv t DeBShackelfordCo Telephone 33 New Fabrics for Springi- n 5uitings Trouserings and Overcoats aro now to bo seen at Marishens in all the latest novelties from English Scotch and American manufacturers We will make you Spring Overcoat or Suit in the best and swellest style and of artistic elegance at a reasonablo price Geo MarischenOver Sextons Shoe Store We do Cleaning and Pressing Tele 1 73 a= Watch the Watch bought here and youll see a tinfcpieee as reliable as the sun Even our least expensive watches aro warranted time keepers and we stand ready lo make the guarantees good Reliability is the watch of this store It applies not only to our watches but to every article of Jewelry wf handle For Trash You Must Go Elsewhere F J YEAGERMAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY p Avoid Danger thetroublcsdui that wellknown and successful remedy for wo Carduiandbeenchances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages TAKE CARD UI 34 It Will Help You Ifrs Luzania Morgan Sncedville Tenn writes For ten remedieswithout houseworkIwomen Try it AT ALL DRUG STORESS t WI HIOUUGLAS SONST FRESH AND CUREDS i II E A T Sr r STAPLE AND FANC GROCERIES Highest Cash Price Pd for Procude Orders Promptly Filled tast ftStrt J7j 4 v E 4 Free If ItFails Your Money Back if You Are Not Satisfied With The Medicine We Recocn n mend Waare so positive that our remedy kilt permanently rclioyo constipation no matter how chronic it may be that we offer to furnish tho medicine at our expensoshould it fall to produce antis factory resultsSIt is worse than useless to attempt to cure constipation with cathartic drugs Laxatives or cathartics do much harm They cause a reaction irritate and weaken the bowels and tend to make constipation more chronic Besides their use becomes a habit that is dangerous Constipation caused by a weakness of the nerves and muscles of the large intestine or descending colon To expect permanent relief you must therefore tono up and strengthen these organs and restore them to healthier activity Tho discovery of the active principle of our remedy involved the labor of the worlds greatest research chemists As an active agent it possesses the valuable qualities of the best known intestinal tonics as well as being particularly pleasant and prompt in its results We want you to try Rexall Orderlies on our recommendation They are exceeding pleasant to take being eaten like candy and are ideal for children delicate persons and old folks as woll as for the robust They act directly on the nerves and muscles of the bowels They apparently have a neutral action on other associate organs or glands They do not purge cause excessive looseness nor create any inconvenience what ever Thoy may be taken at any time day or night They will positively relieve chronic or habitual constipation if not of surgical variety and the myriads of associate or dependent chronic ailments if taken with regularity for a reasonable length of time They come in two sizes of packages 12 tablets 10 cents 30 tablets 25 cents Sold in Rich mond only at my storeThe Rexall Store Henry L Perry We are here to cater to the traae ot tIle town and country Citizens give us a trial J B SANDERS Co 128 tf Phone 57 Next in Importance to Having me right kind of soil in proper tilth is the point of securing seed for such soil that is of strong vitality and free from weed seeds and other adultera- tIons Small grains especially oats should be given a thorough cleaning in a fanning mill under a good blast of wind If the hand mill will not do this work the way It ought to be done one can hire the cleaning done at small cost at the elevator If there is question about the vitality of seed which seems to be plump and ought to grow it Is an easy matter to test It by spreading representative handful between a couple of sheets of blotting paper and keeping the seed warm and moist for a few days Should a con siderable per cent jot tbo sample not grow It would indicate that a larger per cent would need to be sown to se cure the necessary stand Wounds that may have been made on the trunks and low branches of fruit trees by the gnawing of rabbits and mice will heal more readily if the cpots are covered with grafting wax Which will exclude the air and moI- sture This may be made by melting together four parts of rosin two parts Sf Beeswax and one part of tallow When melted the mixture should bs thoroughly stirred until cold or it may be poured while warm Into a pall or tub of cold water When It has cool ed sufficiently to handle the hands should be greased with tallow and tho mass pulled and worked until It be comes quite light in color It may then be made into balls or sticks of conven lent size and is ready for use It should be warmed slightly to work well Wllere the wound to be treated Is large very good results may be had by dipping strips of cotton sloth in liquid grafting wax and winding it spirally about the trunk allowing tho edges to overlap so as to make the wrapping us nearly air tight as possi ble We have had Injured trunks heal completely under such a covering as this Land N Time Card- Corrected March 1 101- 0SOUTIIBO4JNb No 71 Mixed For Silver Greek Paint Lick Lancaster Crab Orchard and points South leaves Richmond daily except Snnday 715 AM Ar rive Rowland 1080 a m No 27 For Silver CreokPalnt LickLan easter Stanford and all stations to Louisville leaves Richmond 105 p M arrives Louisville 611 r No 33 For Jacksonville and the South through trains leave Richmond 1 120 AA t Leave Cincinnati at 800 AM- No 37 For noxville through trains makes all stops arrives Richmuid 1102 AM leaces Richmond 1lShM Arrive Knoxvl700 r M No9 For Silver Creek Print Tick Lancaster all stops leave RIch- mond 725 r u arrive nt Stanford 850 Daily except Sunday Leave FourthSt station Cincinnati 257 p si No 31 Limited for Atlantaleaves Rich mond 1205 midnight arrives At lanta 1155 A M Leaves Cincinna 815 P M NORTHBOUND No 34 Llmltd for Cincinnati leave Richmond 417 A arrive Cincinnati 7 45 AM No 10 From Stanford leave Richmond 040 A M arrive Cincinnati JiOOAM No 28 LavesLouisvjll 7 A IT arrive Richmond via Rowland 1220 noon No 38 KnoxvllieCiscinnatilocdleav Richmond 200 p M arrive Cincin nati 010 PM- No 32 JacksonvilleCincinnati limited MarriveJINo arrivesRichmond All trams run daily except where otherwise stated LQuinm At1uUc L nCo IN EFFECT MARCH 1 1010 SOUTJI BOUND No INn 3 pmIvNpmLvpInrTA lieatty vilte 1215 p m 430 pm NORTH SOUNDSNo 2 Na4 2OfJRJIvLT Jt pmLAiL0p6 4IOJLw49psiAllTrii eonisee4 with Q p at Kicho lviUe and wHU Soatkora Railway and lBlerarb B JJaes at VwaaiUes Tjh M train rw into L It N irfaUbn at Rich nt nd mklBg all eoeuoetioM with L Nt1L 1IMt G JI tftt1 t i4f t A Brave Girl Br HREN JNGLEHART Copyright JSIQ Association by American Press This ts the story of Mary Olafson the daughter ot a Swedish miner who prospected In the Pkacbo Blanco coun try Arizona- Tberewas a great rush of prospect ors Into that region Olafsoa going there among others with his elgbtccii yearold daughter Mary and his sou Peter bad the good fortune to strike a very rich piece of pincer ground and was soon panning out large quantities of shining yellow gold dust Olafsoa one day walked tar up on a ledge nearby his cabin and feeling about with his pick took out several nuggets of considerable value This added to what bad been panned made up an amount of gold reaching Into the thou sands Its owner took up a board In his cabin floor deposited his treasure beneath It and put the board back againA named Ramon was employed by Olpfson as nn assistant and Olafson trusted him Impllcity and Itatnon knew well where the treasure was blddt- nThats no place for gold said Ramon one day to Olafson Youd better take It to a bank Havent time said Olafson Do you suppose Id leave theso rich dig glngs to others to take what Ive got ont to a bank By the time 1 got back thered be nothing left for me And so the Olafson gold with more adding to It every day was left In Its place under the floor but no one knew where It was hidden except Olafson his children nnd this trusted man Ramon One dny Olafson fell ill Ramon volunteered to go to the Mexican camp below and bring a doctor Bo came a swarthy man with an evil eye and gave Olafsoa some medicine Mary nursed hrr father but despite her care und the doctors pills he grew steadily worse She stood by him night and day without rest or sleep Finally one day when Ramon and the doctor were both at the cabin she left them to watch the patient and threw herself on a couch In another room There she fell into a light slumber But only for a few minutes She was recalled to herself and her trouble by whisperings and noises in the sick room She got up and went softly to a crack In the board partition and look- Ing through saw the doctor giving her father something from a bottle while Ramon was taking up the board In the floor above the treasure It was evident that the doctor was giving her father something either that bo might not be conscious of what was going on or to kill Win The Mexican was doubtless a pal of Ramons whom the latter bad brought there for the purpose of assisting him In his scheme to get Olafsons gold There was little to fear they supposed from a mere girl who was tired out and asleep at that But they reckoned falsely Olafson repeating rifle was banging on the wall loaded Taking it down and plac- Ing its butt to her shoulder Mary threw open the door and held the Mex- Icans covered Ramon cowered but the doctor not believing a chit ota girl would dare fire rushed upon her to disarm her In the middle of tho room he was met by a bullet from Marys rifle and dropped dead Peter Olafsoq who was outside hearing a shot rushed in and saw- Mary who bad killed one of the men pointing her rifle at the other Seizing a cord while Mary kept Ramon covered the youngster bound him so that be was helpless This done Mary ran to tier father took up the dose that the doctor bad been trying to get down his throat smelled it and knew at once that It was poison Jt was the same that had been given the patient from the first and bad been slowly killing him Mary worked over him for hours before she brought him back to con sciousness Peter as soon as it was dark climbed the mountain in the rear of the cabin and by a circuitous route reached the nearest white camp twenty miles away Early the next day Mary saw several Mexicans coming tfp toward the cabin They were doubtless in the scheme of murder and robbery and coming to Join their countrymen Mary waited till the nearest Mexican came within range then fired a shot over his head and let him know what he might expect if he camb on Ho retired but all day different members of the party kept spying on her and all day she kept giving them an occa sional shot to indicate that they wore under observation But with nightfall the strain grew greater The enemy might advance under cover of the darkness For not a moment did her finger leave the trigger Fancying a nolso at a window she put a bullet there then a sound beyond the door induced her to send n shot tbrpugh It And so alt night she watched she a girl with a sick man expecting every minute to be over powered anu murdered It was a long strain and not till the windows begun to lighten did she feel that therd was hope Tor her The sun had scarcely risen when she heard a clattering of hoofs without Did they indicate the approach of cue mies Mary title In hand glanced through a window and saw her brother and a number of other men dis mounting Peter had been successful in his quest had gathered a number of miners and had brought them back to the cabinSAH Experts Opinion Of Skin Dis eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you arc familiar with says that in all his scientific expe rience he lias never found so hard a dis ease to conquemsEczema Yet ho does not hesitate to recommend Xomoas a most successful remedy for the treat mont of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of tho Skin and scalp lIe says that not only do its curative quaIl factithatold style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use But do ausethodLSeLSosurface and destroys them Jakybif the skin clear and healthy afl11pedf- reely on infantsl Henry TA ferry will gladly supply those who call with ii free sample bottle of Zemo arid which explains in simple language all out skin diseases and how t cure yourself at home with Zemo t f IHemp Growers bottom and upland cultivated hpmp seed latest impartalkw Sample and price on application Both phones Yours truly J W GLASS Sox jl1tCam pNelSGflKy Dy pe 4ja U Americas egrw h1 et8dyapiwitta tlM the stomach12ea1ors pwfee digestion MM good health For Sale Privjrifllj tWo store hoaemem oc enpSwl by Taylor A OIdh m Urdwwr MM otter bow M thp Ite Mt Ston vsMkSQt1 WhWI Of 1H SIHJeIt muo4cI IIsttOIeDta lit Use world are the pigeon whtetlc tl Pckin They are made Of thinnest bamboo and tiny gourds scraped to pa perlike delicacy and fastened beneath the tiTll feathers of the carrier pigeons As the birds fly through tbo air these instruments emit a weird aeolian melody like the harps of fairy laRd Every morning and afternoon the vault of Peklns sky is swept by these sweet mournful notes as the birds fly to and fro carrying messages to the bankers the merchants the lawyers invitations letters stock quotations a system older than the tele graph or telephone or the oldest letter service as old as time Itself There are some twenty different kinds of pigeon whistles some of them simple bamboo tubes with but one top and some as elaborately Constructed as miniature organ pipes They are allot featherweight lightness and when held in the hand anti swept through the ah emit the same delicate whiz tHug notes as whenborue through the upper atmosphere by the carrier pi goons A Diplomatic Official During the reign of Emperor Napo leon III he and the empress visited Normandy and had arranged to spend a couple of days at Evreux M Jan Tier de la Monte who was the prefect learned that the revolutionaries Intend ed to hiss the sovereigns as they passed and sS he summoned the leaders of the movement and told them that ho knew of their plot If you carry out your plan said he to them you will get six months in prisons If you do not your friends wilt accuse you of cowardice and treason As a way out of the difficulty I propose to lock you up at once until the emperor has gone The conspirators accepted the terms offered them and so the em peror was greeted only by cheers as the revolutionaries frightened at the arrest of their chiefs had not dared to utter a sound After the emperor and empress bad gone the prefect vccnt In person to release his prisoners who had bad such a pleasant time that they greeted him with cries of Long IIvo the prefect to which M Janvier de la Monte who was a man Of wit replied My friends do not overdo It Settling a Matrimonial Dispute Mme Satin Yacco the famous Japanese actress who bad been a friend of the assassinated Prince Ito from her childhood told the following amusing anecdote In my frequent quarrels with my husband we sometimes nsked Prince Ito to judge between us Ono day when we had bad a more than usually violent dispute at Chigasaki the prince came in unexpectedly and I asked him to decide the question But ho declined while proposing the follow ing solutionGo into the garden both of you and fight it out like sumo tori wrestlers The one that wins will naturally bo the one who is in the sightS sooner said than donet In a trice Kawakami and I were in wrestling trim By good luck my husband was just recovering from a serious ill ness and as be was very weak I soon threw him to the ground This amused the prince enormously who of course had foreseen the end of the unequal match Cemeteries Where Women Gossip Friday the Sabbath of the Moslems when all true believers of the mascu line gender make a point of going to church their wives sisters and daughters resort to the cemeteries and wall for the dead But all their time is not spent In weeping and sorrow Is not the only emotion they display on these occasions They take with them bunches and garlands of flowers and decorate the graves of their relatives and pray and weep over the dead for a time Then when this pious duty Is performed they gather in little groups and have a good tImegosslping about the living Thus the day of mourning Is very popular among the Moslem wo men It gives them almost the only opportunity they have of cultivating the acquaintance of their neighbors The Lion and the Unicorn The unicorn came into the royal arms with James I It belongs to the royal arms of Scotland The signet ring of Mary mother of James Is In existence having a unicorn on it In the royal arms therefore one supporter represents England the other Scot land The lion and the unicorn occur also in ancient Buddhist scriptures placed together as supporters Both of these animals also are seen playing draughts together In the well known Egyptian painting But tim oldest connection of the two is in the blessing of Jacob and of Moses London Notes and Queries Second Thought Dear Mr Hicks she wrotetll am very sorry that what you ask I can not grant I cannot become your wife Yours sincerely Ethel Barrows Then she added PSOn second thoughts dear George I think I will marry you Do come Up tonight and see your own true Ethel A Subtle Difference And so began tile browbeating at torney to the shabby witness you live by your wits do you No sir by other folks lack of them corrected the witness modestly He Knew Wife I wonder why there are no marriages in beaten HusbandBe MUSO It Is heaven of course Illus trated Bits Iiroism of Daniel Daniel stands prominent among the heroes of PIUt hhioryrhv charming story of hi life has been an inspira tion and help to many a man in tbn crisis of his life In him was that heroic element much needed today lip wasat a crisis As a prisoner in a far awny laud two courses lay before hni acnptIosllrcvhUetbe dition that he smother his conscience and go with the crowd offered hIm freedom nntf the splendors of the kings court The glamour of this prospect must have thoroughly tested him but the heroic element ass rted itself and he met the test with the decision to remain trao to himself to God and his high Idealnev Edgar T Van Horn Seventh Day Baptist New York Love Ii Iniestructitilt We are beyond tile region of mere livlagupon the highest faith fad the deepest personal experience I bare HO fear of What I have called death I know tb tberclspo death fpr he who was toreel1DorrJUL lighttkroagtibaa given to men J knew I am eacir PIed abowt with a great aMmbtag tw- flaetiINmea and worn of saintly and heroic lives wise Save feogkt the good fight of faith i know they are 1kOOWthat ibythtore nie far I kow tt1 bll kaew them nd be known bythmIcc the- bsart ivsE and kawr focwwr mad C k fJi o Ju How ftetIttoyou eat thiS food A short time ago there appeired in the columns of one pi the prominent magazines an article oa building and by the proper selection of thefoodsyoticatA were surprised to find oatmeal at the top of tl liSt of foods recommsnded but if the article had appeared ia an English or Scotch paper every reader would have expected to see first place given to good As a matter ol fact Great Britian and Europe Come to us for tremendous quantities of Quaker Oats because it represents tolhem perfect food being the richest in flavor in cfean liness and purity of all oatmeals Convenience and economy are served by the way itispaclcedregularpack ages tOe in tins for hot clima- tesWHAT 55 HE WAS FITTED FORB- y NATHAN HARDY Copyright 1910 by American Press Association Donald Hatch was to receive n small fortune on attaining his majority Young people are impatient and Donald wan no exception to the rule His palms Itched for his inheritance that be might spend It at once Ho went to the president ot the th National bank told him that be desired to finish his education and should be obliged If be would advance him somo money The president declined to do so on behalf of the bank but told him be would let him have the amount he desired on his own account Donald signed a note received the money gad proceeded to blow It In A er weeks after he bad made the first loan be went to the president for more telling him that be bad finished one course of study and wished to take another The president too busy to look into the matter furnished more money and Donald sent it after what be had received before In this way he got away with considerable means and six months before attain- Ing his majority concluded to make as large a raise as possible and go abroad When Donald sailed for Europe with 5000 In his pocket be had borrowed about twice the amount of his Inheritance ills object was to have as good M time as possible then return and go to work like other men There was a certain vein of philosophy in him which led him to take this course He argued that the time to enjoy money Is when one is young Any delay would result In a diminution of the power of enjoyment The philosopher did not have long to wait for a test as to the soundness of his reasoning In Switzerland he met a young lady who was traveling with her mother The girls name was Fredrlca Smith She took to Donald at once and Donald returned her preference There was another considers tiou Mrs Smith and her daughter appeared to be rich Since his good time period would have bloomed and decayed on his return to America It might be well for him to marry Frcdrlca The young lady was will- Ing and their troth was plighted Mrs Smith was not a business woman so she consented to a provisional engagement until their return when Mr Hatch would be expected to present his credentials to her husband Donald winced at this but hoped for the best He had nothing to lose and all to gain There would be no need for him to make It known that he bad spent the money which would have enabled him to support a wife He could assume a bold front and say 1 have only my strong arm to enable me to take care of your daughter but by industry honesty and perseverance I hope to keep the wolf from the door If this did not make an Im pression sufficiently favorable to en able him to get the girl well phllp sopbrcai considered his condition would be no worse than Jt was before be met Miss Smith But unfortunate ly love and philosophy will no more mix than oil and water Despite his reasoning tho young man feit uneasy The Smiths traveled in first class style and Mr Hatch though be was coming to the end of his funds was obliged while with them to spend a proportionate amount Ho remained witb them as long as they remained abroad and when they returned came over In the snipe ship with them He had como of age while abroad and found his Inheritance ready to ba paid him or rather his Creditors on his arrival He Issued a circular letter to them stating that a proportionate snm amounting to 50 per cent ot their claims would be paid them the rest to remain till he had made it It had been arranged that bo should call upon Mr Smith at his house five days after his arrival to askfor the hand of his daughter and present his credentials He wrote out a full of vim and modesty which be thought would sound well and com milled it 10 memory On the appoInt- ed evening be made his call He was met at the door by Miss Smith wltb an encouraging pressure of the band and left by her at the door ot the li brary where her father was waiting When the two men stood face to face for a few moments there was the si lence of the tomb Mr Smith saw In Mr Hatch the young man from whom that morning be had received a note offering to pay him CO cents on the dol tar of the amounts be bad advanced Mr Hatch KIW his principal creditor The two stood regarding each other intentlySIool exclaimed Mr Smith Whirhyou or I asked Donald imperturbably Mr Smith continued to stare at him with an expression Into which something of admiration was entering Til tell you what you do said the president with a sudden resolution Come round to jbe bank tomorrow antI Ill let you bare another thousand What for asked the suitor aston ished Wall street Go down into that re gion where there have been so BMDV shining IJgbtR and in time you win outshine them all Wbeo you have shorn what you can do there come back and If Fred sUlLwaiJytOBJH may have you Mr Hatch showed what be ceaW dr within tre months He itHed for 100000 and tucked away 60000 Then be martiNi Frcdrlca Eczema A Germ BfoeMe CM New BaCttred The Medical profession is aIgrsed that Eczema is a germ dwMse but the Thing thathas bawled them ittedirewe remedy that wilt get to the fww wid dcStroythemC Zemo f the clean external trealmat- hassolved this diWeulty l cIrawi g legerms to the surface af tie kkiMHi de atroyingtheerss Kfe ut JNMt- the diseases The whole nethcl e treat Rent arid cure by Zeino k exptaiaeti is an interestingIwokonthe subject SsNe by the Atakers of Zemb IIWsaer to duro yourself at oCEczelltaBJokIMMc Pimples ImndruJlQnd sit diMMee of Dgtstths i ea71bi iI o j 55 SIiirr M CeiiJrel B1 Aaro flier was by uaUre aid Ua fcw a man et extraordinary Kli aea bolIe allowed no clrcnmetances to throw him ct his balance An anecdote toW by Rufus Choate to Ulcbard ll DAna recorded in Mr Danas Dia ry illustrates the callonsnesswldclili- aided Barr so himself Several years after the death of Hamilton killed by Burr In a duel Burr visited Boston and Mr Devereux of Salem paid him some attentions The visitor was taken to the tooAtheneuffl where while the two men were walking through the gallery of sculpture Mr Devereux happened to catch night of a bust of Hamilton The thought flashed across his mind that Burr might not care to be con fronted with the sight of the features of the man he had slain But no Burr was undisturbed He also espied the bust and although Mr Devereux had instinctively turned away he walked up to it and all in a loud tone AllI Here is Hamilton Then passing his fingers along certain lines of the face he added There was the poetry Hamiltons contemporaries gave him credit for possessing a poetic mind Ti Beggars of Madeira There Is only one fly in the ointment of Madeira comfortthe beggars They begin to beg before they can walk and they call Penny penny before they can lisp the sacred name of mamma However one good thing has come of our experience with them They have prepared us for beggars elsewhere We are hardened now at least we think we are The savor of pity has gone out of usAlbert Bigelow Paine In Outing Magazine A Prize Watchdog Gentleman But r am afraid he wouldnt make a good watchdog Man with bull terrier Not a good watch dogl Why Lor bless your eart it was only last week that this wery animal held a burglar down by the throat and beat his brains out with his talL Lon don Taller Better Dad Than Editors Judge How do you earn your llr nl1 PrisonerBy writing your hon or JudgeAnd what do you write for Would you mind telling us Pris oner Not at all I write for money from home Judges Library Could He If a man saw his sister fall into a well why could he not rescue her Because he could not be a brother and assist her too DID you ever sit around outside house on a Sunday after noon otofan evening maybe and watch the paint and see it go when it ought to be holding on tight t Some paInts are so poor that you can almost see them as they dry out and crumble and powder and blow away Why do they do this Why does this happen Something the matter with the materials too much lead maybe or poor oilor not scientifically ground andmixedmight have been good materials but not balancedright for wear At this store we make it our business to KNOWwhat paint will wearbecause it pays us to handle the kind that pays you And thats why we handle MOUND CITY HORSE SHOE BRAND HOUSE PAINT made of pure lead and zinc and aged linseed oil the necessary drier and coloring matterandnothing else Every atom of every gallon of it is good paint Paint that is balanced for longest wear for finest looks and to spread over the largest surface to the gallon So much for the outside of the house but dont forget theres a HORSE SHOE BRAND PAINT for every useone for kitchen floors and stepsone for borders around rugsone for screens one for buggies another for wagons and one for practically every other purpose The best place in this town to buy paint is the place where they know most about paint and can help you and advise you what particular paint to use for the purpose how to get thc surface ready how to put it on and all that things you naturally want to know to get the best results So if you want the best paint and the best paint service and you do if you come here come here a Stockton Son r J J J ic SS4 p Fr i f dWsyBee Cash Store J zt vi t I A 5 p I N 5S r eSS S rS t- IS r w iS SS S d THE FARMERS OF MADISON AND ADjoiN- INGj COUNTIES HAVE A RARE OPPOR TTJNITY TO PATRONIZE SUCH A t J STALLION AS THte Lynn Boyd JrFor the Season 1910 at Sherman Cottons at old- Silas Cobb place least at T s 15 to Insure a Living Colt Lynn Boyd Jr is a very handsome black 10 years old 16 hands high and has excellent style and action He has beea shown at a number of Fairs and has never failed to secure the blue ti He has proven himself a splendid breeder and an excelleatjshow horseihaying beta pronounced by CT Saadege of Danville and T II Smiley fSOB of Lexington who have tralnedhiaa one hf tbBlt horses they ever bandied It is not what G1fIfiLY for the season of a colt it is wkatyou get- counts ia the long run X PEDIGREE Lynn Boyd Jr was sired by Lyn Boyd 44 he fey Tom Boyd 90 he by Cabellsliexiagtoa F S M by GirLs Mack Hawk he by Bipeds BlACk Hawk he by Vemeefs kHawk he byJSher eteLyanBeyisMeters Wazey F s he Ity Berikume ibose- s 4 a P by rp LevlViiift tiwre Tom- Jteyd 90 first dam by Weodpeer thete CttoOK L xiagton first dalRBY TB Hat F sMeead darn Old Co pwbottam etc Jota Waxey Msnt dam by PiletMOOItd dam by Canadinnchtef be by D vy Crockett VIonlWu1ftwt ton by Old Jenny SB by SierayjPeWel Hwrof hoc dID fey Tom Hal thor Wilkhf=AW WS n1 Jjf Peavuie fourth dam by Chas Kavenaughs Grey Eagle Count Wilkes Jrs first dam Madge by Paymaster second dam Sally Lunn by Embrys Lexington third dam by Wagner fourth dam by Imp Lcviathian tutu dam byImp Bdrthuriei sixth dam by Imp Tranby k No Sunday work allowed IkeyBoySWill also mako the Season at tho same time und place at 8 to Insure Living Colt They Boy is a brown Jack 4 years old 151 hands high has extra heavy bono and a splendid body and has fine head and ears This young Jack if untried but I think will mako ono o the best breeders 4n tho States as ho comes from ono of the best families of Jacks in Kentucky c PEDIGREE r Ikey Boy was sired by Jonah 1C hands Bigb a7 very largo bono Jack was sold to Stanper of1 Missouri and considered a great breeder Jonah sired by Griggs Tom ho by Curtis John Morgan he by Marmaduke Jonahs first dam by Tus carorou Ikey Boys first dam Lucy M6gu11she y Tom Curtis gieat Jennet Jack Firstd rn- Megnl Grigs byGriggs Tom ho by Bob tee ho byXkkapoo he by Compromise ha by lippa JWBO he by Black Sawk he by Imp WarrioK MoB y due when bolt is foaled or maro parted with or bred to other stock Care takcotopras fytaccidents but Wilt not be responsible ilaany eccar No Sunday work allowed 3 WilluseABButnersPfeoae r Sherman Cotton kCUlMt i Kentucky iIiq i PC r J IVl i 5I r L Tobacco Canvas 2 123 and 3 12 c 1- Thompsons Glovefitting Corsets 55S I BUY EAHLYJust look at McKees while down street if you want tosee something new and pretty for spri1g They are getting in aUof their i tf New GinghamsI Cheviots and White Materials I Be sure andsee their Embroideries for they are the handsomest we have ever bought at the price Oen McKee1 5ee Our Bargain CounterSSti Butterick Patterns The Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAMitorMembet PRESS yEIGHTH FBICE 100 PER YEAR IIT ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAlt 16 1910 IN last issue of the Stanford Interior luurnul Mr E C Walton publishes his adieu and retires from the management of the piper handing over the pen to Mr Shelton Snulloy a worthy successor II is with doep egret that wo see Mr Walton retire from tho tripod but as he says he is broken in health and old before his limo from the unceasing grind of newspaper work of many years Wo have known Mr Walton since we wero boys together in fact wo almostgrew up together in tho newspaper harness and must Sll we have never known a more- tlorougil gentleman or truer friend Working in adjoining towns we wore competitors in business and we willsay that we have never known a more hon omulo or more conscientious man in his dcafiugs Ed Walton knows more people in the counties ol Lincoln Boyle Uarrard Casey and RockcastleJhan any man living in tlui section and never forgets face or a name He is a nat uralborn newspaperman and his splendid work will be missed lie has not deter mined on a location but wo unite with tlio newspaper craft in wishing that he will be quickly restored to health and again take up the goose quill and work in this immodiate section of Kentucky TILe young women in the department of homo economics of the University of Missouri have boon asked to write essays on The Ideal Husband and an ex chage remarks that this will be dead cas Each girl has had her ideal figured Ut for many a tiny and all she will do will be to jot down notions already formulated But the ideals that appear in hose essays will in no sense be ad vance portraits of future husbands Men lung cnn mRke a swifter change than rhcribhcd feminine ideals when the real thing comes along INCIDENTS like Unit in the Ouduhy home in Kansas City may have a tend ency to discourage homo invaders in all wnlksof life If tho cuslpm employed by Jack Cudahy should prove popular there probably would bo few allocation suits in Courts Of coutac Jero Lillis may have been innocent of wrongdoing and wrong intent but going automobil ing alone at night with nnoflier mans wife and calling upon her at homo after wards is not considered the best of form iit least it Isnt in the villages what over may be the custom in largo cities 2to discount should be placed upon iho value of posseslng money up ton certain point the point where the corn forts of lifo may bo assured for onesolf and those dependent upon him both sy bLue present anti to the future but much money implies much worry Itlso and it is not worth the while Wo arc alive this minute but wo are not sure of being alive fivcntlrratcs hence Heed should bb taken of the morrowrbut not so much lhatthojoys of today arc sited ticud to ward off contingencies thaCmay never arise Wo see this illustrated nl most every Tlay IT is greatly regretted by his many Madison cpunty friends that Hon William Jennings Price has withdrawn from the raco for Democratic l Congress 3lr Price ominationfrI young gentleman and od ability Ho had a strong followingI in this county and his friends ly disappointed that ho has decided to withdraw WHILE Col W P Walton of Losing 1 ion was basking in the sunshina of Florida thiuves broke through arid stole bacon from hishandspmo Lexington jI homo Had they taken diamonds or other costly jow lr v if would not have been so bard to bear uuf the thought of having R piece of hog met stolen is Jcarfuli Jr rita parties who have been breaking t into a Lexington nbwpapermans house 1 evidently escaped from this asylum Either this or tty that vw J F k i i WHEN wo think how men guzzle booze and get tobacco heart from smoking remarked a friend of The Climax the other day we wonder how they live as long as women On the other hand when we think how women drink vinegar to kill the red corpuscles so lungsIwonder how they live as long as men OXE must go away from home to lear the news At Frankfort last week we were told that one of those oldbachelor editors pf the Harrodsburg Herald had notions in his head and was contemplating matrimony Keep righUquIet now dont say word for he is quite gunshy and wo wouldnt for the world have a cog to slip BwAXO TUMBO is reported to have been grieved because a friend vith whom he ate dinner recently died the next day of African fever but he ex pressed the belief that the fever would never touch T It The Roosevelt luck is proverbial but mabe it wont hold out forever You cant kill fever with a cordite gun TUE chantelecler hat and tho Roose volt jungle hat will it is said take the load among tho spring styles in feminine headgear The first will be surmounted by a rooster as its chief decoration The second hasnot been described but presumably it will carry a wild beast possibly an elephant IMISS A Louise Bab age of Cloverport has been writing some splendid feature articles for tho daily press and magazines Miss Babbage who is editor of the Cloverport News is a young lady of rare ability and promise She is a great favorite and is known as The Sweet heart of tho Kentucky Press Tuu Falmouth Pendletonian Editor Joe Williamsgood paper has just round ed its thirteenth milestone Mr Wil liamTis making an ideal paper injsvcry way and his many friends among the newspaper men wish for him many more years of peace health and pTenty EVEitV few days we read of President Taft dancing and cutting the pigion wing at the White House receptions and the other day old Uncle Joe Cannon got out on the floor and shook his brogans The brand of liquor was not- given THERE be carping critics no doubt who wondered on reading the story of President Taft and Speaker Cannon doing a hoedown at the White House who was paying the fiddler TiiE Pullman car company is about to divide 20000000 of its profits hope being evoked by this circumstance that someday the concern rill be able to pay its own parlors THE backbone of winter may have fractured or it may hot have been but there have been several flue Spring days and for all these blessings make us truly thankful THOSE burglars who have robbed a Xew Jersey church three times in a year have been pretty regular in their attend ance to say the least of it SCIENTISTS say there arc 1000000000 microbes in a dish of ico cream Pinheaded dudes should cut this item out and show to their best girls Is the spring thp young mans fancy heavily turns to thoughts of how ho can raise tho price of a nevuIt and topcoat QXK of the biggest indictments of in competcncy possible to be returned against a man is la say he means well 4 LOUISVILLE paper suggests having chauffeurs photographed Art or rogues gallery AN exchange says Springis standing oij tiptoe yo doubt as the ground Is frozen JUST noythe butcher is the most in dependent citizen we know A Will and a Way A little slip or n girl built like a w lumjmux wearheI hankofoss and makIml wtow ike bootblack before a Chinese man larin 110 has strength enouuh totbrow cowovcr a bam but she has will oweri ambition and energy enough to un a church half the charitable math- titlorisanil societies in the townpad a attleshlp to boot if it were necesecry ftcLlqU Splendid Report Madison County Grand Jurys Report Shows up Well JA Fine Statement The Climax takes great pleasure in presenting below tho report made by tho Madison county grand jury mado at the tern of court just completed It is as follows The grand jury respectfully reports that it has completed as far as possible in the allotted time tho work laid out for it by the charge of His Honor Judge Benton It has faithfully and dilligenU ly inquired into all felonies and misdemeanors triable in this county and re turned true bills in such cases and in only such cases as it felt reasonably sure would be sustained in the court of proper jurisdiction It has noticed with pleasure and pride the improvements recently mado in and around the court house yard Ugly and useless obstructions have been removed the grounds have been leveled and grad ed and broad and durable walks around and leading up to the court house have been constructed On the insido the change for the better is even more marked Tile thanks of the Bench the Bar and tho whole citizenship of the county are duo those in authority for the clean and attractive condition of the court house on the inside Both tho cir cuit and county court rooms and the small rooms adjacent are more attractive and sanitary than over before in the knowledge of this grand jury Both the Circuit and County Court Clerks offices are in good condition The records are neatly and conveniently lied and seem to be securely kept A few minor repairs are needed in tho county clerks and sheriffs offices bylieTne grand jury found the jail in need of immediate repairs The floors in the corridors should bo renewed at once They cannot be repaired The two cisterns should have arches built over then that the surfaces with all its filth will not drain into them as it doe now Tho grand jury regrets to report that tho greatest cause of complaint is tho condition of the public highways in the county especially the turnpikes Ko ports have come to it from allover the county that tim pikes are in a most wretched condition almost impassable growinggraluahlyfree Tho question naturally arises Is thePiscalproperlythornSThe grand jury is glad to report that conditionsare concerned It has found but few Indictments and they 61 minor degree WAILBR BEXNKTT Foreman Mr Price Withdraws The lion AV J Price of Danville in a card given out Friday night ith draws from the race for tbo Democratic nomination for Congress in this district As was stated inlast issue of The Climax Mr Price claims that owing to the shorttime given by the district com mittee it would be impossible for him greatlydispleasedods to defeat him He thanks his friends over the district for heir many expres sions of good will and offers ofassist anco Mr Prico is a man who appre dates anything done for him and The Climax knows will never forget his friends lIe has a strong following in the district and wo are satisfied that had the primary been called later ho would havebeen heard from lIe is a loyal Democrat and although disappointed will continue to fight with the boys in the trenches antI as ho hat always done give his best efforts for party success Proposed Memorial A Washington dispatch says if the plans of Kcpresonlativo Edwards of ufDanielognized by the building of a road from Madison county through Cumberland Gap along the route of the Old Wilder ness road traversed by the great pioneer on his way tQ the greatest oj States It is to be known as the Boone Memoria- lIt is Mr Edwards present plano urge tho establishment of the Boone memorial through the Department of Agriculture in cooperation with the Kentucky good roads law now pending coleCtiBgshortly be abte te introduce a bill embodying tIN MM I18iubIcct is in Whfek WiU ffMMfc JCMlMCklMM Signatures to Local Option Pe tition to be Published AeiceLeH1 el Interest te City asd CeHBty Dear Mr Editor The question is often askedhwm there be ah effort made in Richmond to hold an election to vote saloons back herd I reply toil that I do not know but thatjf a petition is circulated or Jf it is suchI circulated on the quiet all law order sobriety and prosperity should simply refuse to sign it By so doing the petition will have to depend upon the element who actually want saloons reopened here and the public can then know exactly who they are SIt is my intention to publish the names of all those who sign a petition for another local option election and scatter them broadcast over the city and county that the whole of our 30000 pee plo may know exactly who favor the election I shall give tho mans name his color his business the taxes ho pays or dont pay and the police coUrt record of such as have one Thus we can determine whether Ihe saloons have the backing of the best or worst element of our people I expect some good people to yield to the importunities of tim wets to sign the petition for personal or other special reasons The effect will be the same And I shall certainly print all such names having given this notice in advance I have Ihe testimony of twentyfive of tho leading merchants bank rs and professional men of Rich mond that the cityhas prospered and improved in every way without salcons and I havo the signatures of hundreds of farmers and their wives from the follow- Ing localities protesting against saloons here Union City Red House Fox town Xowby College Hill Waco Speed well Valley View Berea etc and these latter used this language We farmers of thecounty pay 75 per cQnt of the taxes to maintain the Jails and Courts that punish our own sons for crimes which originated in the saloon evils of Richmond and thus pay in moneyr lives and characters a terrible price which no amount of saloon license can ever return As patrons of your schools your merchants and vour banks and supporters ofyour officeholders and oofficeseekers we must declare that we will not under any circumstances lend our suffrage and support to a man who opposes us in this matter of vital concern I submit to the good people of Rich mond whether it is right or whether it would pay to encourage saloons by sign ing the petition oven though you intend to vote against then on election day The only safe way is to keep your name off the petition Let those only who want saloons back be responsible for another election and let thin people know who they areSRespectfully C E WOODS ExMayor Meeting of Creditors- The creditors of the Kentucky Jliver Poplar Company met before Mr E T Burnam Referee Thursday and agreed upon a settlcmcn at fifty cents on the dollar The receiver G A Roy was ordered to continue operation of the mills until action by the creditors was ratified by Judge Cochran The mills arc located at Valley View and Irvine The liabilities of the company arc in the neighborhood of 118000 Ruthton- Mr and Mrs Sherman Shearer from tJrutchcr have been visiting Mrs James Griggs Jr Miss Louise Ginger has been spending a few days with Mrs Joe Long at Cot tonburg Mr and Mrs Chas Agee have been visiting their son Price Agee in Lan Lorn Whittaker of Kijksville was the guest of Mrs Q M Cotton last SundaySRobt Smith of Whitlock lias been visiting his sister Mrs Jacob Long Jr Mrs Albin Azbill and Misses Daisy and Hattie Cruse of Kirksville wero guests of Mrs C M Cruse first of week Mrs Alex Griggs and children are spending a few lays with Mrs Travis Curry at Crutchcr Miss Sallie Whittaker who has been on the sick list for some time isim proving in health Miss Bertha Hamm is tend ing a Spring school at the Roberts schioolli- ouseCommissioners Sale MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Mary M Bennett II J Bennett PHfs- ys Archibald C Chenault David Chenault Dolts Under and by virtute of a judgement and order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered in the abovo action at the February term 1010 the undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will soil at public auction to the highest and best bidder on the premises in the city of Richmond Ky at about lid hour of 11 oclock a m on Monday April 4th J910 the following described property A lot or parcel of land the town of Richmond Ky on Second street and bounded and described as follows being a part of lot 81 in plan of bymJasonWallBright by J W Caporlon trustee ol April1stault and Mary A Chonaultby deed froth- S L Bright administrator of D M Bright by deed dated July 1st 1803 Beginning at a comer to lot heretofore sold by D 31 Bright to Mrs Mattle B Price on Second St and running thence with line of said street northerly 93 feet to the South line of property owned Mrs Joshua Pigp thence with her line westerly 250 feet to a lino of G W MarylicJlesIIIthence to the beginning Said property will bo sold on a credit of sik months and the purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the purchase money payable to the commissioner to have the force and effect of the judgement with Icin re served upon the property until all the purchase money is pailSHe RICE M C 11 C C rt Personal 5 Mrs R K Turley is at homo from LouisvilleS Mr U R Burn m liar returned from Florida Miss Belle Bennett is spending a week in Texas Miss Halle Eppes has been visiting in ViucliesterSMrs Parks has been quite ill at her home on Second street Mrs J Halo Dean hits returned from avjsit to friends in Covington LoxxigtonisMrs it L Graves of PrU ki Y- j4kej MM L A it11 u 1fJJt t IU WHY HAVE HOLES I I INfYOUR SOCKS 11U 4 f Ij- I 1 55 nWear Soksthat wont wearout Strange But wonderfully true thereMs a new socks which seems to WEAR FOREVER tII t2 X IT HAS THE NEW j CONSTRUCTION iS TOEHEEL II IiI 1 I I aI laJ Mrs Harry Scrivener has returned to Winchester after a visit here Mrs Mattio Wilkerson of Lexington is visiting Mrs W W Pigg Mrs It E Turley has been visiting relatives and friends in Louisvilrf Mr and Mrs Joptjia Chenault are at home from their wedding trip MrsW B Wells has returned from a visit to relatives in Fayetto county Mrs Leonard Miller Lancaster has been visiting Mr Wilson and family Talton Turner of Lexington is visit ing Mrs Nancy Taylor at Whitlock Dr and Mrs T J Taylor have return from an extended trip to New Orleans Mrs Eugene Walker and Miss Kate Walker Vcro in Lexington last week Mr and Mrs Hugh Bates of Cincin nati are guests of Mrs T D Chenault Mrs Dovie West was the guest of Mrs Stewart Jones in Lexington last week Mrs Ellen Wilson of Paint Lick has been visiting her brother W O Mays Mr and Mrs A C Scanlan have returned from a trip to Martinsville Ind Mr D M Chenault will leave Friday for weeks stay at Martinsvillo Indiana Miss Sue Scriyner of Winchester spent the week end with relatives hero Mrs Seth Tudor who has been seriously ill for sometime is able to be out againMessrs It C Arnold and H G Lutes of Stanford have been recent guests h ere Mrs George Snyder and son of Mt Sterling are visiting Mrs D M Che naultSMiss Julia Iligginshasreturncdfrom a visit to Miss Annie Herndon in Lan caster Dr Heath has returned from a visit to his daughter Mrs A II everonce in Stanford SMrs ILl Burton and Eon r Wof Buckeye have been visiting Madison relatives Mrs Nelson Gray of Winchester lias 46en visiting her mother Mrs TV D from a pleasent visit to friend1Ji Versailles Walter Tudor of Valley View was in Lexington last week tho guest of his brother James Kola Bonny of Hockaday will leave shortly for Indianapolis to make his future home Mrs H C Jasper and little daughter are in Louisville the guest of Mrs Robt Greene Mrs George Heap and children of Knoxvillohavc been guests MissIIallo Eppes Mrs Theodore Wilson is seriously ill of inflammatory rheumatism ather home at Moberly Mrs II C Kauffman of Lancaster has been the guest of Mr John Green leaf and family Miss Amelia Kavanaugh will be pleased to see her friends at Miss K V Schmidts Millinery store Shelbyvillo News Qapt D N Sharp of Richmond is spending a few days with friends hero Mrs A It Burnara anti daughter Mss Madge loft last week for an extended visit in the South Mrs Susie Kanatzar was tho guest of her mother Mrs Sarah Jones in Lox ington last week Miss Lottie Faris of Kirksville is visiting Mr and Mrs Burl on Fans on Glyndon Ave Mrs Elizabeth MillerancL daughter Miss Bessie are iii Winchester visiting Mrs Hugh Winn Mrs Harry Hill and children have re MrsB Hicks tins returned from Gin cinnati wh rcshipurcliaseda nice line of embroidery material Eld F M TiiuI r of Lancaster was In the city Monday and paid The Climax office a pleasant call Mr and Mrs Louis Xealegav an ele gant dinner Thursday in honor of Mr Warfield Bennett and bride Mrs B L Mfddlcton has returned from n visit to friends mid relatives in Danvillo aid Shelby vilfe Mrs Louis Landram has returned from a visit to hctmothcr Mrs1I A B Marksbury in Lancaster v charming manner last week Mrs Frank Robinson and little daugh ter May have returned from n visit to relatives in Danville and Mrrcollus vMr Preston Smith is visiting lila sister Mrs Julian Van Winkle at her apartment in tIm St James Louisville Mr cL W Pickles who has been troubled during the winter by rhe rna tism is in Martainsville lad seeking relief Miss Davis of Princeton has arrived wd tBkn charge df the Mmviing de prMawt MFreX4 fJI Mrs Hallum who has been the guest of Mrs J A Higgins and Mrs Mollie Daniels has returned to Washington D CMrs S M Edwards of Mahaska Kansas is visiting her father Mr Josia Gentry and sister MrsR ABaxter in this cityi Miss Alma Scriyner entertained the Thimble Club Saturday afternoon The next meeting will be with Mrs J W Bryant tomorrow Miss Pearl Davis of Indianapolis ar rived Monday to take charge of the trim ming department at Farley March millinery store Miss Elizabeth Kilsch of Cincinnati has arrived and will have charge of the trimming department in Miss K V Schmidts Millinery emporium Mrs A IL Burnam joined her husband Senator Burnam in Frankfort last Thursday They were guests at a dinner given by Coy and Mrs Willson Wednesday f Mrs James W C perton who is mak- Ing her home during the winter in Cincinnati visited her mother Mrs Thomas Phelps last week Mrs Caperton and daughter Miss Jamie will leave in the late Spring for an extended trip abroad London choCo1 W R Billion was in Richmond several days last week on business Mr and Mrs R L Slade left Saturday for Richmond whoro Mrs Slado will bo under the care of physicians- for a few weeksM Harry Dillion who is holding a good job with the Todd Ewards LumbcrCompany at Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday here with 1 parentsA paper gives a lengthy writeup oran elaborte luncheon by Mrs Frank E Jennings in compliment to Mrs Donald McLean of New York The decorations were red white and blue and many flowers were used about the rooms and upon the tables Mrs Jennings formerly resided in Richmond and is a most popular and loveable lady Richmond friends have received the following announcement Mrs Ida c Williams requests tile honour of your rcsehce at the ninrriace of her daughter Minnie Elizabeth to J Jr Joseph Ashby Evans on Sunday evening tile twentv seventh lay of March nlnteen hundred and ten at seven oclock SSaint Lukes Church Ancon C T Panama Atllomea- Cter June the firstSDas ObispI C F Miss Florence Smith of Boston gave one of tho most delightful Recital of the year at the Normal School Chapel Mon day night She gave a series of delight ful readings and songs and every part demonstrated her masterful manner and her superor talent The Recital was given under the auspices of the Parents Teachers Club Miss Smith is a most excellent entertainer She will have charge of tho Expression Department Syracuse University the comming year A most enjoyable meeting of tho Cecil han Club was held Wednesday afternoon with Mrs J R Johnson at her pretty home on the Summit The subject Beethoven furnished material for lengthy andinleresting discussion and many opinions were expressed The program led by tho hostess follows Symphony First Movement Mrs W G White Miss Gladys Perry Symphony Second Movement Mrs G W Pickels Mrs H Chenault SymphonyTThird MoVement MrsBurlon farisMrs G W Pickels Symphony Fourth Movement Mrs J R JohnsonMrs W G White Vocal To the Beloved Oueat Distance Garland of Song Mrs A y Burnam The annual business meeting will be held in Elks Glub Rooms Wednesday March 23rd Oio of the most pleasing eceptions of th0jficason was hejd Friday afternoon at the homo pf Mrs James Bennett in honor of brjrsou ride Mrs Warfield tlennett tilt exceptionally charming young woman With the addition of viting and the house thronged with a brilliant company Mrs Bennett be WHICH GIVESStrength Where Strength is NeededS If you are troubled with holes in the toes of your socks we have the article you want A fine texture close fitting silk finish sock for 25 CENTSCertainly wonderful valueSt Arrio1dIi1 ri11iss hesin theX pcautIruhome comingly gowned in black Miss Helen Bennett in a handsome lace gown and MrsWarliold Bennett in an elegant gray peau re crepe received the guests The dining room was a feature for admiration and an elegant lunch was served Some eighty guests called The Louisville Herald girls are back from a delightful trip abroad From Cincinnati Miss Sallie tucker of this city went to Latonia where she will visit relatives for a week or two Miss Rucker is said to have been particularly well pleased with the sights presented at the Roman Forum Miss Rucker her companions said went into raptures over the old ruins and the historic memories they recalled So deeply was she impressed that she is said to have made two visits to the scene insisting on the party accompanying her for a second look at the excavations Miss Iluckcrs deep interest was clearly evidenced by her interrogation of their guide whom she plied with repeated questions for information in connection with the ruins Miss Louise Covington with a party she is organizing will sail for Europe on Juno 25th Mr Henry A Todd under whoso management the party will travel is a graduate of Yale University and the University of Berlin Mr Todd has traveled twentythree times through Europe and speaks fluently the Eu ropean languages Miss Ida H Hood Principal of Belmont College Nash yule Tenn will join this tour which is one of unusual extent and complete ness While the party is strictly private Miss Covington will receive a limi ted number who can give her good social and financial references As Miss Covington is not now in the State she has adapted this meansof making known her plans For further information address Miss Elizabeth Covington Rich mond Ky The February number of the Musical Courier published at the Cipcinnati College of Music contained the follow ing complimentary notice of ono of Richmonds young musicians The re cital given at the Odean on December llth was the first of the season and for the most part was furnished by students whose fine work is familiar to the reg char attendant of these recitals The program was opened by Edna Giunchig liani a stranger to the audience who immediately gave evidenco of much alent While her performance of the 3carlatti Pastorale in E minor was ilightly uneven in places the Allegro from Bachs Toccata in G major was liven very creditable rendition in every respect Miss Edna is the daughter of our popular townsman Joe Giunchigliani md is pianist of rare ability Her many friends are watching her musical career vith interest Washington society is very enthusias tic over the oldfashioned dances in fact they are again popular everywhere Any body can drag through a waltz or do the contortion actthe twostep but the older stunts require a grace that not everyone possesses Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres in her Washington letter to the Courier Journal saysBut dancing One dances now for hygiene just as one takes the proper diet There is a sudden craze for the art terpsichorean A danc ing teacher has been employed at the Congressional Club on K street to instruct the members in oldtimo measures in the beautiful but almost obsolete movements of tho Virginia reel of Sir Jiogerde Coverloy the polka mazurka minuet schoottische even the stately old varsouvienne The twostep and and the barn danco are given no atten tion They are too jumpy for grace After Lent it is proposed to give a ball at the Congeressional Club every Monday night in which tho oldsters as well tho youngsters are expected to participate A Card toThe Ladies IjWish to inform the ladies that I have samples of beautiful handknitted laces now so much in favor Linen laces and insertions suitable for centerpieces doilies table covers dresser scarfs pil low cases and udderwear finethread laces and insertion sujtablo for dainty waists yokes dutch collars jabots and clothing for infants Mrs Emma P Bush 132 Aspen Ave Richmond Ky Laces made to order only m92i bQnt Order too Small a Roast for your Easter dinner Very likely some friends will drop in aiM you Want 16 have enough And even if nobody comes tbe meat will not go to waste It is too tender and anythinglike you will relish and enoydown to the Ja mouthful buy it here CULTOM ICCjJTIoo mari IIIIt Monday March 21 continuing until Easter GRAND SPRING OPENING Engle Co The fashions in Millinery for the Spring and Summer of 1910 will be tu display in most gorgeous array COME and feast your eyes onthe astonishing new barnyard fashions r Rooster Hats White Hen Toques and- Pheasant Effects taken from Hostands new farmyard play Chan tecleer T After being out of business for one- season we haye opened our MILLINERY PARLORS Corner Third and Main Your inspection is invited Special decorations and Music Beautifully Trimmed Hats from 350 up to 3500l NEW WALL PAPERS a Our new goods are all in and we have the cream of ten of the best factorie including Permanent Solid Colors Duplex and Oat Meals Ingrains Cham bravs Jaspe Stripes foreign designs Cut out borders and in iact nil that is new in decorative Wall Paper Give us the pleasure of uhowing you the target selection to be seen this side of the cities and all at prices that will please you C All Regular Borders i Same Price As Papers r We employ none but the best paper hangers and we hang your paper at 10 Cents Per Roll Walls borders and ceiling all the same price We Are Headquartersf- or Window Shades Pictures Frames Mirrors nnd nil kinds of Glass Hous Paints Carriage Paints Varnish floor stains Floor Paints White Lead Linseed OH Varnish Brushes e- tcPHILIP L WILLGING 213 W MaIn Street next door east of Madison National Bank LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS The SherwinWilliams Paints m iusisu- lmCfJ fnommmCfptI1IL t E jijiiiXJ im ti BS tI i- I Millinery ISffi 5 2 1 e Opening z sis fii- 1f SiIIf UJ I We will display on I- DiI I WednesdayThursdayMarch 1 for the benefit of the trade Iall thatis new and desirable in a Hats Tailored and iI Trimmed Hats Millinery Nov I- SI elties and in fact the most IshoWhI Your valued patronage and = II inspection of this display is I cordially solicited I The Richmono GOfl1pany IMcKEE BLOCK = n I BM MftCM 9Mg HuH IIu L GET UPa list of what articles of Furniture you need for the coming spring and then take Youllflnde piece or set and be happier in the end Reason Best stock in town prices that cant be beat and considerate courteous treatment to all I BENNETTd HUGHS UNDERTAKING All Kinds of Good Coal fWE SELL Coal for the grate Coal for the furnace Coal for the Stove Coal for anywhere you may want it Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order willconvince yon that youhaveour prices are no higher possibly lees Foil Weight or Coal Forfeited BroaddusS VaughnO- rchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring jn they are worth get J W Shearerc White Hall Ky n ofjo juct your sale His iiur ires are reasonablet Tbc RIcbmoud Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 lyr Lost Either at 14 N depot or on train a plain black pocket book 46 oLiberal fiofMiss Pearl Kindred Cattle WanteddWe desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last year lambs and good butcher hogs Tele phone 434 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky j2tf v Notice to Creditors AU jterioos having claims against thi firtnjWI Stevenson are requested tc file 4i pr properly proven as required bj wTxir before May 20 1910 or same wbit barred WJJ SMITH Mk10 Assignee Nonce to Creditors AH peom having claims against thi estate of yilliam IT Tudor deceased ire hereby notified tofile the same properly verified with the undersigned on or before May 1st 191O or the saint will bo barred STATE BANK TBUST Co Admr Wm IT Tudor deceased By R E TuiiLEr marl6 7t Cashier J PrinCeRion Do not breed your mares until you see Prince Rion the greatest young horse ever stood for service in Madison county He is just coming five years old U 1C hands higha perfect model inform as fast as lightning and a born trotter lIb sire Anon 207 sold for 125000 at four years old This fellow is the only stallion that ever stood in Madison county that was sIred by a horse with a record of 207 and out of amare with a mile in 210 See this great horse at Bob Walkers stable before you breed marl02znoJ FERRILLL Texas and Oklahoma Lands Timberand Coal Lands Blue Grass Farms City Property Richmond Kentucky Oldham Building Farley March JPMIJht fiUrU H tI MARCH 23 24 25 y M IIWt4IU tiarik =I Around Town I Dont forget the Easter Bazaar j LaundryCoupons ofSpring atlI6tflightovercoot Fire Life Accident and Health Insur CompaniesWm CitywasweUknown wasfinedwork house for selling liquor in that city Bunk is an old offender To Vote at Harrodsburg The wets have filed a petition at Har rodsburg asking for an electiolf on the local option question The drys say andfightFine Lands for Sale eadvertisementlsewhere offered for sale by J T FerrSell the real estate man Heres a fine chance to get a splendid farm 1100 HogS In Louisville yesterday hogs reached the 11 mark Cattle were inclined to et up in the airand reached a mark 25 ents higher than In many weeks Both hogs and cattle are reported very scarce Colored Teachers Examination Examination for colored teachers will Superintendentand 2nd There is no cost for taking this examination By the way thero are several vacancies in the county and colored terchers are in demandrFriday Night Fire Friday night about one oclock the residence occupied by Sam McMillan bylirewere destroyeu Ho carried only partial insurance and the loss is severe for im The fire was beyond control when- iscovered and is supposed to have originated from a defective flu- eDEATHS GAIUUSON William Garrison who died at his home in this city a few days dnce was one of out wellknown ands lighly respected citizens He was iff lis fiftysecond year and a member of the Baptist church The funeral set vices were conducted by Roy C C Marshall the burial taking place at the Uchmond Cemetery Would Make Bologna of Dogs The Mt Cory Farmers Institute of Findlay 0 adopted this resolution Owing to the high price of meats and he increases in sheep claims wo reborn Jiendthat one half of the dogs or Ohio bo made into bologna and the tax on the other half be increased from 81 to 32 and the tax on the dogs sister be raised from 2 to 84 Barbers May Work The Court of Appeals has decided that the law compelling barber shops to close on Sunday is unconstitutional and they may be opened as of old However the public has become accustomed to the closed shop and it will bo well to continue as now The barbers object to Sunday work too There is no work more confining and the manipulators of the razor should have the same one days rest in seven that other people enjoy Hemp Breaking During the few pretty days much hemp was broken buV the weather has been so disagreeable that the work is greatly hindered The crop in Madison is estimated at about half the usual amount raised arid the shortage is attri buted to the fact that the scarcity and high cost of hp caused many farmers to raise other crops Madison is one of the best hempgrowing counties in the state aad if help couldbo depended on at a reasonable figure much would be grownItelyoneeded for the Normal School improve ments will not be at band yet the sum appropriated will go a long way toward completing the work Our people owe a debt of gratitude to Representative Herrtogton for his hard work on the bill and every lovor of thorough educa tion appreciates his efforts ia securing the moSSy There are some improve Beats absolutely necessary at oolAJ hdt1ieLegis1e twit UII down Nkt iaooavMtMOM w ld h W4 THE FOR Dr Hobson Killed t FaUsatLexington Garage Fracturing Skull and Rup I turing Brain News of the deatlrof Dr V II Hob son vat Lexington yesterday jnbrn U1JCriendswas having erected a largo garargo in thai city and went over a few days age to inspect the work He was in tho second slbry leaning against a railing The railing gave way Dr Hobson falling a distance oLabout twenty feet his head and shoulder striking the concrete floor below His skull was fractured on the rightside and his brain ruptured He lingered for a short time passing away at 1130 oclock Ho was taken to a hospital but never was conscious after the all As Tho Climax goes to press no ar rangements have been made but the body will be brought to the home hero tonight Ho leaves a widow who was was a Miss Reed of Louisville and sev eral children Ho was a Mason and the local lodge will doubtless have charge of the funeral Dr Hobson was one of the bestknown dentists in Kentucky and was a good progressive citizen As we go to presswe are unable to give a more complete history Begin Now The city officials should begin right now to make war on tho many filthy pig pens in the city Hot weather will oon be upon us and disease will result unless these nuisances 1uro ittttt1 We understand there are many within the- lImitszand theyshould bo looked after immediately For Madison Institute i A Washington special says Senator Bradley is making a strong fight for the allowance of the claim of Madison Fe mal Institute for money duo for the use of the building bytroops during the civil war The sum amounts to several thousand dollars and has been hanging fire for many years Senator Bradley Uinksit will be paldjit this session of Congress Drops Dead Talton Taylor a wellknown farmer of Kowby dropped dead at his homo Thursday Ho was in good health ap parently andwas walking in his yard He was about sixtyfive years of ago and a prominent farmer He Was never married and is survived by the following sisters Mesdatne Bryant Holman Solon Taylor and Lum Miller The burial took place at the family burying ground at Ne wh- yHannigan Loses Finger The Lexington Leader says Tommy Sheets tough tuck has commenced already In a letter received Tuesda morning from Infielcior Seebach who has been signed for tho coming season ho was informed that Bifl Hannigan who played right Held during the last part of the 1009 season had met with an accident which resulted in the loss of a inger Tho letter did not state how tile accident occurred or which hand was hurt 0Married Mr W W Bonny nd Miss Bert Stoat ion Forbes of tills county wore married last Friday night at the residence of lIar C 0 Marshall on Woodland avenue Tho bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs E M Forbos and is a handsome and attractive young veryI Mr Bonny has for several years his home with Ills uncle Mr s Kanatzer Immediately after the con many thhappycouPle left for Indian 1apoflslowed by Jhe best wisfetsof a fergooirck pL rldst II m The New Spring Suits Are HeadyEARLY BUYERS WILL GET THE BEST Every clothing merchant knows that the most desirable suits sell first Early buyers pkkout the best Quality the best Styles and the most attractive Colors Our stock is over flowing with the newest and best in spring suits most of them bear the Kenton tradev e markthe safe and sure guide to clothes satisfaction Ifa Kenton suit should fail to render full service for the price you pay we make it good without question Drop in and let us show you the Kenton Fit and Style wear a Kenton Suit and I learn how it keeps its shape and good looks Kenton priees run 12501400 1500 1800 2000 2250 2500 it ari WalkOver Shoes Roelofs Hats Lion Shirts Barkers Collarsand the best of everything the market affords for man or boy CVINCTON and BANKS H STORE QUALITY zzr =Not Possible There The Winchester Democrat seeks to account for the horrible February weather by suggesting that the ground hog saw two shadows instead of one That may havo been tho case at Winchester but it was not possible here Cynthiana is a local option townCyn thiana Democrat Harris Taken to Frankfort Boach Hargis the noted mountain pa trickle passed through Richmond Mon day enrouto to Frankfort to begin serv ing his life sentence for killing ffis father at Jackson Beach has been in the Ir vine jail since his conviction He was in charge of Sheriff E B Powell Ho isconfident that ho will have to remain in tho pen but a short timepTHe Pennant Winner Just dropinto the leading store in any town in this section right now and youll have no trouble learning who will win tho baseball pennant this summer In fact there are more good games played around the store stoves now than Will bo played on tho diamonds next season And another thing the best players aru men who couldnt head a pig if placed on tho fieldpImprovements at L N The L N is erecting a large water tank in tho park in front of the Main Street depot Two stands will be erected where passenger engines may take water while the train stands at the depot A long construction train arrived last week and many hands hMo been put to work building a now side track It will begin it the depot and extend half a milo south It is reported that the entire yards will be rearranged and more trackage put in to accommodate the great volume of business at this points ParentsTeachers ClubNFollowing is the program to be ren dared at the meeting of the Paronts TeaQhers Club next Friday the 18thlHow can the teacher cooperate with the parent in the training of the children Discussed by Mcsdamcs Patti Hume John R Palps and Thompson Burnam How can the parents through the ParentsTeachers Club bo of help to one another Mrs McLellun Mrs T J SmithWhat can thp parents do to assist the the teacher MrvMcllrido General discussion Refreshments Press committee Mrs Edgar Turley Miss Short Mrs II C Jasper Entertainment comnnhtteoeMrs Mc Lellan Mrs b D Smith Miss Barrett Ways and Means Mrs T J Smith Mrs Corzelius Program ConirnitteoMrs Hanger Mrs Node Bennett Mr McBride Secretary and TreasurerMiss Car penter Newspaper Advertising Advertising pays it tho man tit has something to sell so regulates his adver tising as to convince other people that it is worth buying All tho substitutes fornewspaporadvertlstng can be eerily avoided or disregarded by the very pees ple the advertiser tries hardest to atttract Tie man or woman that can to buy They do not stand gaping at bill boards and they with circulars in the mallbccauso they aro topbusy Lutt their old friend the newspaper Is into the inmost privacy of the family circle it is discussed at the breakfast table andUt the supper it is read at leisure in the evening and its pages are scrutinized with the interest born or long habit and discriminating taste An advertisement in that nospaperl goes into tho family circle cannc be excluded It is welcome because it is a part of something else that is welcome and it goes there at the very time whe tke occasional domestic JiScftolog u pt WM rf iNUUMMf Roy Golden Signed The Best Pitcher in League toe Play with Richmond Again Local fans are jubilant over the fact that the great pitcher Roy Golden lies been signed by the Richmond club and will pitch here this season As will be remembered Golden was sold by this team to Pittsburg the latter selling him to Louisville The local olllcials have had an eye open all the time and Jumped for Golden at the first chance He was unquestionably tho best pitcher in tho League last year and many are the times ho snatched the Pioneers from what seemed certain defeat The rice is not given out but no matter what the figures may iiave been Rich mond did a wise thing in getting Gpldie back in the fold As we heard a young fan say Now therell bo something doing sure Since the sale was made howQver a question as to Goldens freedom from all contracts has come up The secretary of the National Commisslpn has decided that Golden is a free agent and can do as ho pleases This decision has been sse fup to the chairman of the commission who as rule backs up the sec retary So after all Golden is by no means secured to Richmond Of courseIwo have the chance to sign him the same as any other club but nothing can t byheslot as stated above ANearingNicholasyille Journal The Lexington Heard predicts that with threeS more weeks of good weather the cars will bo running over the traction line Work has onresumed on the con struction the pastfcw days and there is much track to be laid a little near and a strip at Buckncr liryants to AL Chrismansgnte about a mile When this is finisned the hal lasting and other work will be rushed to completion Perhaps by April 15 or May there will be a schedule for cars in operation for tho public To Beautify the Farm A ParisKy special says the farmers of Bourbon county are preparing to or ganize a farm improvement league The object is to interest farmers in making their premises attractive to induce them to keep buildings and fence in good repair fields clear from weeds and brush and land in a high state of cultivation This is a good move If tho farm wth its fences andout buildings are not per mUted to run down it will not lake much time each year to keep things looking nice and time thus spent adds much to the value of the farm Another thing would help much if farmers would paint their names on tho gate leading to a public road it would add to l the information and pleasure ofxhoso who travel Iho public roads ndeterminate Sentence Now Law The first prison reform measure to be4 come statute law is the indeterminate entence bill which has boon sigaedby- he Governor and will become operative on June 15 Under the provisions ofw ths law all persons Convicted of a felony fter that date Will btf found guilty by jury and the presiding Judge will prenounce the sentence In the peniten lary for tho period covered from the tminimumby tho statutes for the crime The time a t which the prisoner is entitled to bo paroled will depend on his good conduct while in prison but not bdrore ho or sho las serve J the minimum sentence Thet act that the Governor promptly the Indeterminate sentence bill is taken to indicate1 that bo will also affix his Ignatnreto the parole extension and Stat foaiatbjybills now before him I hrk frerK adVOfMCIIsythattrt1ie Lltnidd nothing else these bilk wigE o tts sgtt c Check for 1300000 The Winchester Democrat reports one of the largest deals ever made in East Kentucky lands just closed by John C C Mayo the Eastern Kentucky millionaire Mr Mayo disposed of a tract of rich coal fields lying adjacent to a railroad which Eastefn capitalists aro uilding through the territory for the neat sum of 1300000 The price was handed to Mr Mayo in one fat check according to information received hero The work of developing the field will be r fushedit particularly nice for Mr Mayo is the fact that ho owns thousands of acres of coal land equally as fine on tho other side of the railroad which is being built and all of the improvements and development done by tho now operators of the field will make Mr Mgyos other hold ings just that much more valuable The Reformed I jist hcortd that Elder Johnny Gray Give his money all away Been a miser clost and hard yardWuzNigh a soul or giv j a cent Reared lant nighthe give his wife All he saved up all his lifo S houndsI jist seen the hearse go by jist hooted thatJimmy Green Quit his drinkin cut it clean Been a sot since Jones barn Wuz a woodshedcouldnt arn Half his salt and starved lila wife ll her hopeless married life eered List night he got the grit Somehow in his soul t quit ounds oared but taint no lieiI jist sconth hearse go b4 I jist hecrcd that Lidily Wall Quit her scoldin good an all Heered her husbands restiu well f First time in a right smart spelW Liddy allusused say shed quit scoldin him somo claycBut sho never quite could git Made up her mbd to quit kmnds on real but taint no lit I jist seen tho hearse go by I jist beared that Abncr SYkes found a place he rilly likes Abncr moved about until Xothin seemed to till the bill Everywhcres howenl to yet Wuz too dry or olsq too wetc roomuch drought or too mnclidew But his movin lays is through i Sounds oared but taint no lie I jist scon th hearso go by PAINT LICK R N Bcasloy in Cincinnati this changingilevica nd will also buy an automobile Mr Grant Sebastian of Silver Creek eaves this week for Los Angeles Cal to reside sMls3jStft4dll who is attending Lhe fihLl9l1ego at Richmond vis ted heriparcnis hero Saturday and Sun lay Miss Yirginia Jfing is teaching a nice school at Boaconfield Institute Mr OO Parks and sister Miss Jessie re taking short hand and typewriting Miss Maud Crandall as instructor Dr Mctcalfe of Andersonville Indf vas hero Safuntay to see his patents who are quito ill Mrs ValkcrGriggJs visiting horsls er Mrs W S Fish at Stanford Dr Snowden sold a house and lot at L bwell to Will Richardson for 350 cash Eld L S George who hItS been reaching at the Christian church on ccount of sickness has been compelled- o resign his ckargcuit this place Eld preachodSundayemaining portion of the year Him Margaret Anderson began teach nga HuUscripticaschool Hi Hjfh Point ll0t1dy atVtd Dr McLelIan Resigns Wellknown and Popula Minister Tenders Resig nation to Local Church It is with deepest regret that The Cli max notes tho resignation of Rev Hugh McLolIan as pastor of tho First Christian Church in this city While out people knew that a man of his wonder ul ability belonged in a wider field yet the announcement came as a surprise to many Ho has farmed so many stying tics of devotion among our people that such a thing as his leaving was seldom considered because of the fqct that no- neo would allow himself to think of such a move Mr McLellan has cccopted a call to the Central Christian Church at San Antonio and will leave for his new charge within the next few weeks Mr McLellan is one of the most prom inent ministers in tho Christian Church his ability having attracted attention and caused his services to bo sought in manyplaces Ho is a deep student a cisoobserer and an orator of marked ability His sermons show careful thought and go straight homO to his earers lIe brings his kindness of heart into his work and believes in tho method of loading and not driving men to Christ His departure iSa great loss not only to his church but to the entire community His good work will linger in Richmond and his many noble deeds will never bo forgotten The Surest Way The Georgetown Times suggests that ts not at all necessaZj today to mort gage your farm to buy an automobile just raise hogs Many Tobacco Beds During tho rqcnt pretty weather farmers availed themselves of the- hance to sow tobacco beds There are many of these beds to be seen along the turnpikes and railroads and Indications are that more tobacco will be raised this reIcentears Millinery Opening We will bo pleased to show you tho latest styles in pattern hints Wednesday and Thursday March 23 and 21 Also nbeautiful line of Gage hats K V Schmidt Second Street opposite Court House Their Own Country Estate A great many of our people arqaware of the fact UiatRpv C C Marshall pastor of the Baptist church of this city is an author of no mean ability and a great readingliillKentucky Nowr is he not only agifted speaker and an author but a philan tthropist as Well fprjio has at last real tzod a long cherished plan and has pur chased a farm of 300 acrosnear Lebanon Junction which will ba used for a sum tiler home for poor children principally of Louisville and surrounding towns This purchase was made possible the of the sale of his c9ngra1ulatelthe highest praise for his noble work n5IwoWinetiSH1s that otherwise Vr ak kM vr iihksgM IarkaarJ Big Millinery Opening K V Elder announces to the public that the regular Spring Opening of Mil linery will be held at his store March 21- and 24 An unusually attractive line has been selected embracing all the newest creations anti latest styles A most cordial invitation is extended to all to call and inspec- tNormals Get Money Tuesday the House passed the appro priation bill for the two Stato Normal schools it having been so amended as to scale down the amount originally sought to 20000 for each Several members fought the measure but their objections had little weight mitt the vote stood 51 to 24 Madisons representative did gallant work and to his splendid manigoment is due the lions share of credit for helping out the schools Fine Blue Grass Farm for Immediate Sale Posses sion at Once This fine farm located on a first class pikv in Fayetto Cojjnly within seven and a half miles of theCounty Seat contains two hundred and fifty to sity acres of good level laud well fenced mind well watered Within two miles of schools churches and within live miles of Railroad Station Is on It P D Telephone and the proposed Electric Line IMPHOV13IEXTS Tho improvements are a handsome two story eight room frame houso which is very new together with all usual and necessary out buildings There is a good stock barn fifty by one hundred No tobacco barn on the farm at present but a twelve aero one will be built at once Twenty acres of this farm in culti vation about ninety acres in meadow uniT the remainder in good grass This farm is divided by time pike eighty acreson one side and the remainder on the other side Can be sold separately or as q whole The entire place can be bought for one hundred ansi twentyone dollars and seventeen cents per acre The eighty acre tract which lies no improvements can be bought for one hundred and forty dollars per acre and pos session can bo had April lOtlitliis year TERMS Cash or equal to casH If you are interested in theHmying of a desirable farm and one that will male you monecallon or write me J T FKUKIEU Agent Oldham Building Richmond Ky mmr HI 2t Yes Well Win Paris News Richmond bugs are very hopeful for the success of their club this season and the information has been given out that the Pioneers will bo a team this season that will surpass that of last season Tle management of tho Richmond club has been making a still hunt for material and reports that some new men signed are coming with mar volous records The latest addition is Harry Fursedonn of Buffalo who they secured from dill New York State League Ho is a lefthander 22 years of ago 3 foot 10 inches tall and weighs 100 pounds His pitching record is said to bo remarkable This Qllice is having a nice run on horse cards We have ovcryfaaility for printing the host and will s7ivo you money The Ernest iambIc Concert Party Do you remember them t Everyone who heard them last year remember them distinctly and with pleasure Times who did not hear them regretted exceedingly their misfortune and said they would not miss it this year Well thoy are coining to Rich month again The date March 25 tIme place Normal school Chapel Can you ever forget the little lady with the violin Dont you wantto hear again time big handsome man with tho tohoarparty then are Mr Ernest Gamble basso cantanto foremost of concert singers possessing a voice of wonderful depth and richness and a personal charm of manner and a magnetism that moves multitudes Miss Verne Leone playingliestho heart and wIdth depends upon a broad sympathetic tone of exquisite intelligentinterpretations displays Herr Otto Stuermer a grad oDlusitonenden a truly great artist antI a veritable giant on the keyboard He has a tremendous repertoire of the standard classics as well as time literature of tho modern composers UnitedStatescities Thy come from Pittsburg and if you miss this Concert you will always regret it Spring Medicines for weak tired out ner peoplehave being v e r y beneficial especially duringthesea son of Spring when the adaptablethe blood and throwing off disorders These Remedies as offered b- yPERRYS DRUG STORE are strictly reliable as we have selected from onlythePe +st rY Tefet5 J L s J f14 WHEAT FLOURN CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD uIS GOVERNMENT TESTS PROVE IT I r ARTICLES ENERGY 19 CENT WILL IUY Eggs uuuuu h3IS- a BaBf irlBiR uJ 0 N M tt 1Jgu S Milkuu Uu 1030 Uu Pork loin IO3n ChCe30ouuu uOStI Butter uoo13SS 04Wheat Breakfast Foods Ilfee RicaN 2025 Potatoes ouu 25Q 03040tof Asricuituro Farmers Bulletin Ho H21 Ct 11EnergyMuscie ad SltrJl1gtliJ Giving Qualities N NOne pound of flour costing 2 to 3 cents will go as far 1 I as two pounds of meat costing fi5 to 20 cents per pound 2 A Sreat Success Our Clearance Sale has been the most sue cessful and satisfactory we have ever held In fact we are so well pleased that we have decided To Let Goods Go at Sacrifice Prices fr a while longer You know the highclass goods we handle you know we offer only genuine bargains so come quickly and sup ply yourself while you can get advantage of I our special sale prices N V WilliE The Leader in Higtass Dry Goods Notions Etc iI H lit r it JJjJflT= Lu1J 3YSPEPSIACURES A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND I A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases causod by a TOR PID LIVER Ono bottlo purchased today may savoYQu serious CTMTTTIMPSMALLBALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold QTc13flPERRY THOMAS JB Walker takes pleasure in inviting you toils Ci New Hmeon SeondStreet His Spring Line is Coming in and the latchstring is always out IYouwill find his v t f Assortment Good Models Beautiful IDresses Perfect Prices Loyest have class your opinionis wanted and it is afaasur pleas you Ito Moorethe best c f 138 Second Street Rkurtond Ky j High cost of living solved r Get food value for your theGovernment shows This should in morebread tcheapest food and when you use Zathgs Pateimfc Flora1 you can easily make thetgrocerhasnt phone us and we willrsend him a supply We want you to use c al1r IrngStPattell1ltl FIouir The family that eats plentYof Quaker Oats is a healthy rugged family The most popular food in the world be cause it does most andcosts least Regular lOc packages and hermetically sealed tint for hot climates 54 Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Wm Hamm deceased will present same to undersigned on or before March 23 1010 verified as required bylaw or same will bo barred Those indebted to the estate are requested to all and settle- 4t W M CREEKMOBE Admr Lovers of goad health should prevent eicknesf instead of letting themselves get sic andthen try to cure it So long as vou keep your liver bowels and stom ci In a healthy and active condition voi wont get sick BaHards Horbina relieves constipation inactive liver am all stomach and bowel troubles Sold fay H L Perrv mlm Embroidery- With the approach of Spring and Easter tho feminine mind naturally turns to dainty beautiful lingerie Nothing is so charming and suitable as hand embroidery Miss Eva Roberts has a full line of now patterns and is prepared to do stamping at reasonable prices She carries a full line of embroider mater ials and will bo glad to have her friends and patrons call when in need of apy 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 Eggs For Sale From pure bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn ti per settingof 15 eggs or 40 eggs for 2 Bourbon Red Turkeys Mrs Wallace Gilbert f92m Jt IX No3 Richmond Kyi Race Suicide is not nearly the menace to Increase Ja population that deaths among in fants are Eight out of ten of these deaths are directly or indirec y caused by bowel troubles McGea Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dys u tary Bonrblomach and all infant all meats of this nature Just the thing forteethinR babies Price 25c and 60c per bottle Sold by H L Perry mIin With The New Firm r MrCharlio Sharp who met with an accident in a runawaylast year losing Chip sight of his eyes a short time ago made an arrangement with BH Luxon Urn whereby ho obtained small commission on every load of coal he soiaffor this firm On the purchase of Mr Euxons business by Brbaddus Vaughn ho made tlHtamc arrangement with them and takes this method of notifying tho public that ho is endeavor ing to make an honest living in this m nuer and solicits your orders Call os or telephone No C07 j19tf Torturing eczema spread ita bara feg JoAuOitatndtaiilsvM th Itching Ob r if jIaaYaMIIYdt1 CJJu n II 1 ItsYouriGdncys Dont Mistake the Cause Of Your Troubles Many people neTereiiepectlhelr kid nejs If suffering from a lame weak or aching back they think that It I- soula muscular weakness when urin ary trouble sets in they think it will oin correct itself And solnJ with all other Rvmptoms of kidney dis ordeis That is just where the danger lies You must cure these troubles or they may lead to diabetes or Bright tlisessa The best remedy to use Is Doans Kidney PI Is It cures eli ails vliich are caused by weak or diseased xidue8 Residents if this vicinity ire constantly testifying to permanent lures Thos Elkin Danvilte St Lancaster j ys For a years I was I utferer from kldneyeomplaint Un i a year ago I had such severe pains lithe small of my back that I was nrdly able to ret about The many eraecliesl tried failed to help me and i Iady1ceofa friend procured a or f Doans Kidcey Pills and com enced their use In a short time Improved and it was not long before I giveOnanareat change and recommend them us reliable kidney remedy Kor tale bv all dealers Price el- smMilhum GJ Ruffiio New V rtt fio Mtteins for the United Sinus ltfiu iir he name Doans HId MUOtiif Illlni Are you savingyour coupons given on the piano by the Normal City Laundry its a fine instrument and everybody has tn equal chance to gctit J1221 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teachlsg of All Denominations God always goes beyond the expec ratIon of his people In fulfilling his promises Rev J Henry Haslam Baptist Philadelphia Tho Great Tradition When you assist womauhocd you assist the nation Woman Is the founda Hon of our lives She Is the Intermediary between man nnd all divinity Ilev S Parkes Cadman Congregation allst Brooklyn A New Life What Is needed Is not n new theolo gy but a new life The power fur nishing that life is to be found In the conscious presence of God In our hu man lives Itev Leonard A Barrett Methodist Cleveland Winning of Men to God We can win men to a love of God as they see him revealed to us by sound reasoning charity nobleness genialItyBaptist Jamaica Plains Moss Real Victories The victories of the associations are the real victories of the church Through the triumphs of many memo bers the body Is glorified and Jesus Christ the Lad is honored nev William Horace Day Congrcgatlonalftt Los Angeles Cal Church of Ideals Religion Is the eternal Ideal the everlasting thought the supreme and abiding love So the Ideal church today must be a church of Ideals and It must make these Ideals motive forces In the life of the Individual and the life of society Rev Caleb S S Dut ton Unitarian Brooklyn Completeness of Lifo Onlythroughmeasure of lifes Joy and perfection We must have other lives to touch our own We must have other persons whom we may love and into whose souls we may pour our llfoRev Dr Robert Kent Congregationalist Brooklyn Salt Which Seasons All Life Religion Is no longer a mere matter 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 nil hearts as in the thought of Jesus and Paul it 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 n per sistent search for God and tmThighest levels of daily lifeIlev J B Clay ton Baptist Washington Spiritual Resurrection Christs cross nolohger clings to his shoulderS but rests upon his heart Ills suffering will end only when sin ceases The Christian Is one who has experienced n spiritual resurrection Dormant divinity becomes dominant In him and be is transformed into a Saviour of the world He who shares Christs life will also share his surer ing There is an Easter ot the soul The latent Christ becomes n living Christ In a human heart Thus the spiritual resurrection continues and completes Calvary Rev G WolCott Brooks Congregationalist Dorchester Moss Facing Death When we look upon death as a part of our leathers plan as n birth In our evolution 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 death with light In our face with outlook with uplook with glorl ous hope even as we approach a gateway that opens on binges ot gold td let us out into the larger liberty of the universe Into the magnificent citizen ship of immortality Rev Dr John Reid Shannon Methodist Episcopal Washington Our Influence Every man has an Influence Con tact with every life Is either a trip to the mountains or a camp in the desert All of life has Its influence No action whether foul or fair Is ever done but It leaves somewhere a record written toy fingers ghostly as a blessing or a curse This influence continues when we are gone Long after we are dead and forgotten our Influence lives on to do Gods work or the devils work lu the world We can never recall our influence Drop n piece of money to the bottom of the sea and bid It rise again to your band More easily will It obey your com mend than will your influence of word 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 his Influence has kindledRev Dr W B Wallace Baptist Cleveland O Right With God To be right with God Is the same In earth that it Is In heaven whatever and wherever heaven may be This L what Jesus meant when he said to Peter Whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall be bound lu heaven This is what we jnean when we pray Ib will be done OB earth as It to ia heaven Not that men or any man can dictat to God but men who obey God wil Sad that God responds alike in earth and In heaven To Jive with men an for humanity as Jesus lived when o earth la the surest way to secure title clear to mansions la the skies One who lives right with humanity living right with the Christian per SOl allty whether he has learned to saj Christ or DOt When any one gentj or Jew or Christian love all kumanlt as one must love In orrfer to love Go the Father with all the Mlitt to Ion the naef Mwi the wH oarc llr eettM irM 9 MMr fcMtn c4fee4Tter At f rLi HER PROPOSALI By MARION GOLDBERG tCbpjTlKht 1910 by American Press Asso clatlon1 Marion Hathaway though she was not Interested in the rights ot women was deeply Interested In the rights of a woman and that woman was her self Miss Hathaway was twentysix years old and unmarried when It sud denly occurred to her that there was one right belonging to her that she had been denied not by any law but by the most imperious of all rulers customA she said may say with impunity Im looking for a wife but let a woman say the same thing about a husband and she would be consid ered Immodest in the extreme Indeed her statement would be held up to ridi cule and would defeat her purpose to marry Furthermore a man may ask a dozen women one after another to marry him while a woman is forbid don to ask even one man Now Im not going to submit to such Injustice any longer J wish a husband home and children I know the man I should like fo marry I decline to angie for him Im going to assume with regard to him the same privilege be has assumed toward me I shall propose marriage Mr Archibald Howe was the man to whom Miss Hathaway decided to pro pose He was thirtytwo years old doipg a good business and of good standing both socially and as a citizen Miss Hathaway had an income of 1000 a year In a business point of view the elements for a partnership existed The question in the ladys would1Ukelend him to so think of heel He was permitted to discover her feelings for him Why should she riot be permitted to learfl his fur her All this reasoning was well enough but to put It Into practice was another matter Miss Hathaway winced at th flrst tine A brave way to act In the case was to send for Sir Howe and make her proposal by word Her feel tugs constrained her to do It by letter but after writing ned tearing up some twenty epistles she concluded that she must either take the bull by the horns that Is make her proposal In person or not at all Summoning all her resolution she wrote him to call herWhenMr Howes card was handed her the next evening she caught sight of her face In a mirror Dismay was written on fvery feature She was a Strong character though with a tend ency to enter upon innovations that only the concurrent opinion of large communities can effect At any rate she was determined and having once put her hand to the plow would npt turn back But It required ten minutes before her heart beat would sub side to a normal rate at the end of which time she descended the stair case and entered the drawing room Her heart had recommenced Its kettle drum performance and her knees threatened to let her down on the floor That womans nature had something to do with the custom of proposals for the first time rushed upon her with great force Mr Howe rose she me chanically extended her hand he resumed his seat and she sank on one end of a sofa What can I do for you asked the Hathaways reply was a shiver A matter of charity nsked the gentleman after n pause to help her ontWellresIn a way For whom or what do you ask aid Mysaff Mr Howe looked surprised I have sent for you Mr Howe she cesolutionthing something very disagreeable and I wish you to help me Something disagreeable Very Is It something we can do together No one or the other must do It I shall bo very happy to do it for you If I canSThats Impossible Mr Howe thought a bit before say lug It one or the other must do It anil I cant do it I dont see but that you must do It yourself Miss Hathaway didnt look as if she could Tell me added the caller what It is and Ill see what I can do for you He rose frombla scat and sat down beside her No I have resolved to do It myself and I will ProceedMiss gathered her focal tics for n beginning Did you ever think of methat Is In the friendship that has existed be tween ushas It ever occurred to vou She stopprdSMr Howe was looking at her In tently Her bosom was heaving her eyes were like those of a hunted fawn It occurred to him that ho would like to put his arras about her take her head on his shoulOcr anti comfort her have freely resolved she went on with i gasp always to remain single Indeed Yes And I have thought that w might dcvofe ourselves to some worlds work together He gazed upon her still Intently for some moments then raid Te1 and that work wilPhe to build ip a home for ourselves She turned tier face up to him light id by a smile and snide There I knew I could do It Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The NOrlhw stern Mutual Liio In iiranco 0 will loan money at 5 pel sent interest on jjooll iaiptovad farm lands on Mortgage Apply io J C Chotiault Attv 69 f Richmond Ky WLU6W33s4Sll BDYS5HilESszqg tZ9i THE UWSESrraiKER AND RETAILE IF MEWS FINE SHOES 18 THE WOKLL MAKESI for U IMMt at yearn andalwivs find they are f superior toail oth rliii1 U tiioe irstieomfyrt and raL IIItone at Brock in rtltan show yo how carefully V JL pouglai shoes cr hoLbsHTre of greater value than aims etber maee A I7VI ON5e Iuit Vf JL Don iu namn and pj ftMilmtittiteltronrlie for XbU mer onsUjllrecJuoB tlit sriR- ictArnclldJ 2 OFULA Scrofula disfigures and causes lifelong misery Children become strong and lively when given small doses of Scotts Emulsion every day The starved body is fed the swollen glands healed and the tainted blood vitalized Good food fresh air and Scotts Emulsion con Iquer scrofula and many other blood diseases FOR SAM BY AII DRUGGISTS Send SOc name of paper and this ad for our beautiful Savings Dank and Childs SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Iuck Penny SCOTT aBOWNE 409 Pearl SL NY FAkN1O1CM m GAFui EETRIGG tEHTRAL PORT ROGUE RIVER VALLEY I OREGON CORRESPONDENCE I OUCItEDJ Villa matter must not be reprinted with out special permission THE BROWN TAILED MOTH The brown tailed moth a pest which vjjs introduced into this country from Europe some years ago bids fair to Increase tbe nrea of Its devastation In spite of vigorous measures that have been taken to keep It within a rather restricted area In the New England states The Rural New Yorker an ag ricultural paper that is always keenly alive to dangers of this kind which are a menace to tho public welfare has lately sounded n warning ot a probable spread of the scourge to New York state from New Hampshire where It has had a foothold for sev eial years past Unless the precau tions token to keep It in check are materially augmented the chances seem good that It will spread over an ever Increasing territory The adult type Is a pretty moth about seven eighths of an Inch In length with a brown tall about an eighth of an inch in length from which it takes its name The female lays her eggs in the last two or three weeks In July depositing them on the underside of leaves her choice being those of the pear and elm The little caterpillars emerge in the course of about three weeks and Im mediately begin to eat the leaves con sumi lg the green portion and leaving but the leaf skeleton In the fall the little worms which have doue slight damage thus far make nests for them selves which they fasten securely to the limbs of tho trees In which they have been feeding III the spring they get out and are at work as soon as the leaves start eat voraciously and grow rapidly soon attaining a length of an inch and a quarter When the worms reach this size they will strip a tree of Its leafage in short order unless prevented by spraying thoroughly with some arsenical compound In sections where the worms have been worst they have been known to strip fruit and shade trees of all their leafage and when this Is done early in the season it means death to them While this pest is one of the very worst which horticulturists have on their hands It is a matter of con gratulation that It does not spread to new territory as rapidly as some foes with which the orcbardist has to deal Serious enough Is It however to call for the cooperation of federal stato and local authorities In the suppres sion of It SHOULD KNOW IT The aJobe or sticky soil as it Is comuoily called found In several sec L1IS of the west while very rich and well suited to the growing of apples pears auu omc other fruits is very difficult to handictudruust be plowed at Just tile right time a few days fol lowing a raIn when the slacking lias advanced to the proper stage to secure rnsults that are at all satisfac tory Rather oddly though while coiliuiied hot and dry weather tends to form a herd crust a few inches be titiaitli ib3 surface there seems to be uo other soil which rotaluH Its subsoil moisture more completely or on which fruit trees will stand more protracted drought When one buys a sticky ranch he should have in mind that it will either be necessary for him to have n solid macadam road leading to his place if he is to reach it during the wet season or to lay lu a sufficient stock of supplies and provisions so that he will no have to leave his plants for two or three months at a time The only pointer that the prospective buyer of a sticky ranch needs 1s that he should be thoroughly acquainted with the antics of the soil during1 the Taiuy season so that he will not be taken by surprise when the Bllrky time comes- PROTECT THE ORCHARDS All through the northern states the snow UPS deep In many sections This means that the orchards are in espe clnl danger of Injury from rabbits whose other food supplies are made Inaccessible by the heavy blanket of snow Mid ns the winter advances the hunger of best1 ever present pests Increases making tin likelihood of damage by them the greater If the trees have not been protected and the rabbits have begun their wurk of de struction radical measures should bi adopted These should Include wrap plug of the trunks of nil young trees as far up as the branches with old newspapers the smearing of wounds already made with h strong resin snap the use of traps dogs ferrets and guns In exterminating the offenders anti if worst como to worst the scattering In the runways of pieces of apples on which powdered arsenic has been placed Of course such poisoned hails should be covered with brush lu ease any of the farm animals have the run of the orchard rue trees should be Inspected at frequent Intervals so that tit rabbits will not have ninde serious havoc before their iUepredatious are Discovered Five FiveAcre Farms Five good fjvoRsro farms for sale at a 85 0 each Less flan three miles from I IchmondFrfieanll itput in te 5bscco will pI tt MIleNeslli one ye1 F HpUe TOfTer good only uatil Fttt Wi J C Chwwulf 2 8 BiclMttvndj If vt iiL1 It is not always the loudest clacker at the street fair or circus that has the best sideshow nor the windiest ad vertiser that sends tile best goods to his patrons There Is no vital cornice tion between noise and quality of goodsSIn setting young fruit trees of any kind care should be taken that the root system equals or exceeds that of the top It sggflis bard to cut back a thrifty and promising top but this Is Just what should be done if the tred is to make the best development There Is probably no force not ex cepting steam that possesses the force exhibited in the expanding of freez- Ing water The results of this tremen dous power are everywhere visible In nature and form a most Interesting line of thought for those of an Inquir ing mind It seems to be the consensus of opin- Ion among breeders of experience that continual breeding from Immature sows tends to produce a type of hog lacking in vitality and sturdiness of frame and more subject than the off spring of mature sows to diseases In the same way the first calf of young heifers Is seldom taken as a producer of breeding types The laws In most states make the maintenance of the partition fence between two places a matter of Joint responsibility as between the respec tive owners The type of fence de sired by one proprietor provided It Is within the scope of the definition of a legal fence the other proprietor can be made to funilsh through appeal to the trustees having these matters in charge White clover not only makes a most excellent pasture grass and source of food supply for bees at blossom time but tile superintendent of one western roadthe O II and NIs making tests of It with considerable success as- a means of preventing the washing of its cuts along the Columbia river The plover roots make a fibrous and compact mass while there Is sufficient moisture from soil and air to insure Its vigorous growth On the basisot Its value In increas ingcrop production fresh manure is rated as having a value of 225 per ton and experiments which have been made show that It will lose onethird of its value if It Js allowed to leach for three months This Is mot a large loss on a single ton but It means that 100 tons of such fertilizer would be worth 225 and that the loss referred to would be 75 enough to buy a manure spreader or give the boy eight weeks at an agricultural college While not much lam been said about It the fact remains that an Increase of about 15 per cent was tacked on to the several cereals by the Payne tarlfl blll which Its makers contended re- duCed materially the duties on the necessaries of life It is a well known fact that there was no demand on the part of the grain growers pf the country for this Increase hence It was ptQbably levied at the instigation of the speculators and millers to help themselves directly and which they could refer to as a compensation to the farmer for placing hides on the free list There is being conducted in the state of Wisconsin duriug the present months a cow contest which alms to dlscoTer the champion butler producer of the state The two animals having the highest records for the first month have shown a butter return ranging between sixty and eighty pounds The dairyman who is interested in bal anced rations will note with Interest the bill of fare which the two cows have been receiving TIm one show lag the largest returns is given thirty five pounds of corn silage ten pounds of alfalfa four pounds of wheat bran and four pounds of ground barley dally The second cow is fed thir tyflve pounds of corn silage thirty pounds of mangels eight pounds of timothy and clover bay eight pounds of cornmeal and four pounds of gluten meal daily Itis not surprising that cows that get outside of such an amount of raw materials do business at milking time In quite a real sense they are milk manufactories and are viewed as such by the men who own them If any readers of these notes sustained losses last season as a result ot smut In their small grain the same dial ciilty may be headed ofT this season by treating the seed with formalin solution This fungicide Is made by dllut lug a pint of 40 per cent formalin in about thirty gallons of water The seed which should be treated a few hours before using should be spread about six Inches deep on the barn or granary floor and the solution sprln kled over It evenly care being taken not Ui put on so much that it will soak through to the floor beneath When the sprinkling has been done the grain should be shoveled over and mixed thoroughly so that all of the seed will be moistened with the solution An Inspection will show whether enough solution has been added the first time If not the seed may be gIven a second sprinkling Machines costing or 7 are on the market which have n tank containing the solution through which the seed Is passed and given thorough treatment Such machine could treat seed for half n dozEU or more farms and might well be owned Jointly Free DyspepsiaSample Sufferers from indigestion are wak ing up to the fact that peppermint lozenges charcoal and dyspepsia cures arc only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as chronic Indicistlon What is required is something will not only relieve but which will toad and train the digestive apparatus to again do Us work normally and this these simple remedies cannot do There Is something more to the cure thebreathtains digestive ingredients will not cure Indigestionlaquires a scientific laxative We know of no remedy that combines these re CaldweUsSTUPa quarter of a century lantlveural ingredients for the cure of con stipation indigestion liver trouble sour stomach sick headache and similar com plaints Its Ingredients will so strengthen musclesthaturally and when that has been accom FannieStuartBiackbunMowith thta remedy They became con vinced that pills awl tablets salts dys onlytemporary bottleLaterhaving Pepeinofdollar a bottle pisasedtot desire for yourself or family pertaining to absohitelyfreeletter tad be will npty to you IndiL yOurI iV Official Call For Primary Election By the DeasocratlcDlsftIcZ Corn mittee For the Eighth Con gressional District IKentucky A primary election is hereby called to be hold in tlio several regular voting places or precincts in each of the coun ties composing tho Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky between the hours of 6 A M and 4 P 31on Saturday the 3oth day of AprilioioC for the purpose of nomiqating a Democratic candidate for Congress in said district to be voted for at the regular November election 1010 2 The right to vote at said primary electron shall be limited and restricted to those who afllliato in good faith with the Democratic party and luther pledge themselves to support the nominee of said election and who possess the qualification prescribed by law 3 An assessment of three thousands dollars 83000 is hereby fixed for the purpose of defraying the expenses of said primary election to be paid by the candidates and any person desiring to become a candidateshall not later than the 15th day of April J910 give written notice to Norton Fitch Chairman of this said Democratic district committee and pay to said chairman of said district committee not later than said date fifteen hundred dollars 81500 in cash to covet his portion of the expense of holding said primary election Provid ed however that if more than two persons shall qualify as candidates by complying with the foregoing provisions of this section tho chairman shall at once return to each of said candidates the sum ho has paid in excess of his proportions of the said three thousand dollars In the event the assessment herein provided for is insufficient to defray tho expense of this election the de ficit shall be paid by the successful candidate 1 Said district committee shall meet in the county court room of the Court House at Xicholasvillc Kentucky on Monday tho 18th day of Aril 1010 at 2 oclock standard time and if it then appear that only one candidate shall have complied with the requirements of sec lion three before tho expiration of the time herein provided then no primary shall be lurid and tho District Commitee will thereupon resolye itself into a convention and will declare to bo the nominee for the office sought that person who is the only candidate and shall refund to such candidate the entrance fee paid by him less the cost accrued for advertising and otherwise preparing for said primary election 5 The Polls shall be opened in each and every precinct of all tho counties in said Congressional district in the usual and regular voting places 6 Upon the closing of tIle polls the officers shall proceed to count the ballots and make returns and in so doing shall be governed the provision of the general election law and the returns shall be made to the chairman of the respect Lye counties in said district who will deliver tho stub books and questioned ballots and the certificates to this corn mittee 7 No candidate in said primary shall be allowed to select as a device tho device of the Democratic party And the order in which the names of the candi dates shall appear upon the ballot shall be determined by lot the manner decid ed upon by the subcommittee herein after provided for 8 The officers of tho election shaH be selected from lists offered by the candi dates in accordance with the provisions of the primary election law by the subcommittee hereinafter provided for 0 Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notice to the chair man of each county committee in the district not less than live days before tho 30th day of Aril 1910 tho name of one person for each voting precinct in each county to act as challenger and inspector for said candidate at said pri marv elect lob 10 On tfio third day after the returns shall have been made to the chairman of each county of this district tho committee shall meet at Nicholasvillc at 2 oclock P 31 and canvas the vote cast and issue the certificates of nomination as required by tho law 11 The subcommittee hereinafter provided for is directed to employ the County Court Clerks to copy from the regular registration books made in Danville Ilarrodsburg Xicholasvillc Rich mond Lawrcnccburg and Sholbyville in 1000 the names of all Democrats and the persons so employed shall return the copies to the chairman certified as required by law who shall cause them to be delivered to tho officers of election- 12 Tho chairman of this committee will cause copies hereof certified by himself and the sccrtary of this commit tee to bo posted at the court house doer iu each county scat oftho counties com posing tho said district and in twenty other conspicuous places in each county in the district for not less than forty days prior to the 80th day of April 1010 and said notico shall be published in each Democratic newspaper of tho dis trict 13 In order that the provisions of modern sanitary is a feature that ch to do with the comr nd convenience as well as the health of your entire household tett6 r fixtures and our expert insure sanitary security in the highest degree and safeguard the health of home as no other fixtures can and they last are more beautiful and give greater in use than nay other system in the world 1 this call may bo carried into full force and effect a subcommittee consisting of the entire committee is hereby appointed which committee shall have power and is directed to cause to be printed and prepared for use the required number and kind of bal lots which shall bear the facsimile of the signature of the chairman of this committee and it will procure the neces sal election supplies and cause them togotherwith the ballots to be delivered tpjhe officers of the election as required by law and to do any and all other acts necessary and proper to the holding of said primary electionJ FITCH Chairman Democratic Committee of the Eighth Congressional District of Ken tucky J J RICHARDSON Secretary Democratic Committee of tho Eight Congressional District of Kentucky Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son- 24nly Notice All persons knowing themselves in debted to Douglass Culton must settlo immediately as we are compelled to collect these accounts All accounts not settled by March 20 will be put in hands of officers for collection- 3t W II DOUGLASS C C COLTOX Notice to Creditors- All persons having claims agains the estate of W A Thomas deceased aro hereby notified to file the same properly verified with the undersigned on or before April 1st 1010 or the same will bo barred State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky Admr of Vf A Thomas by R E TUBLET 23ftf Cashier Eggs for Sale From pure bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn per setting of 15 eggs or 40 eggs for 2 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys and Muskogee flying ducks Prices on eggs quoted on application Mrs Wallace Gilbert 2 03 mo It No 3 Richmond Ky Cures babys croup Willies daily cuts and bruises mamas sore throat raucliiiiis lameness Dr Tciomat Kclectric Oilthe great household remedy mlm Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouthrock eggs for sale at 75 cents a setting AV O Burke 303m R D 2 Richmond For Sale Large Tufts double Soda Fountain cheap Aplly to Alex 0 Redwilz 131 First St Richmond Ky nichi01tSA Swollen Jaw is not pretty nor pleasant Whether its caused by neuralgia toothache or accident Hallards Snow Liniment will educe the welling and relieve the pain The great and sure cure for heumatism cuts burns brnises scald any and all itches and pains Sold by II L Perno1n1mFor Sale high bred Englishsetter Llwellen Puppies Count Ladystone Oakley Hill Breeding both families high class field togs full Tabulated pcdegreo furnished Address C II Bowyer 140 West Short St Lexington Ky 2m3t CCughs That Hang On Cough start in the fall and hang on until tJlIIIJ are sure trouble breeders unless cl rcked and cured Bronchitis pneumonia and consumption are ho direc result Take Foleys Honey an Tar the great throat and lung remedy that cures the cough stops the hard r atliinir and heals and oothes thin inflamed nir passagos Is mildly lax ative and expels the cold from the syt tern The genuine is in a yellow package IMus frubstitutec Sold bv Stockton Son Richmond Ky mlni If you send your laundry to the Nor mal City Laundry you have chance to get an elegant Piano free of cost A Timely Protection Everyone knows the after effects of LII Grippe are often more dangerous than the disease So often it leads to pneumonia which a weakened heart action makes fatal La Grippe coughs that strain and weaken the system yield quickly to tho healing and strengthening qualities of Folnys Holier and Tnrand refusesubstitntee Sold br Stockton Son mlm For Sale Barred Plymothrockand Leghorn eggs formIc 8100 per setting of 15 eggs Al so African gooso eggs 50c a piece I can spare two or three pairs of geese MRS CLARK RICE 0mtf R D a Richmond Itching bleeding protruding or blind piles yield to Doans 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the Trade e9S SSOd s ClO co e17 iii T- eF LDER i- o t Main Street Richmond Kentucky av k eo 55S 55 55SS S5 ssswOGOoo0oeeCSCQ eOQ eee lIIfiUIII Dont set the idea into yom mind that al yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is bettcr stocked anti closer priced thanall others especially in- Lumber and Building Material Come in and let us convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will end and your wants be satisfactorliy filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L k Depot New New NewI have just opened a large and handsome of Beatiitff Vall Paper In the Sohlegol building on Third street and cordiall invite an in spootionof Mime We are prepared to doSFIRST CLASS PAPER HANGING on shortest notice and in tho best manner Will appreciate call Komomber this paper is stock and canbo done promptly i w0L0 LEEDS House Painting Decorating Etc Attractive Printing Draws Trade Let Us oourswrq CaP1ease Get Well I youOfi misery and be happy again i If your illness is caused by female troiroie you I can quickly get the right remedy to get well ItsCardui This great medicine for women has xe H Jieved cured of ladies suffering like m you from some female trouble TAKE CARD UI 339ForMrs Ellis Foster Ark suffered agony for seren years Bead her letter about CarduL She writes I was sick for Keren years with female trouble Every monh I would very nearly anc1WMc4AT ALL DEKia STORES iHiHTHEIIH5 IS ce YOULL NEVER KNOW what comfort and elegance In o trIetthe 5 j i lHJ 7 It li of eitremest satisfaction to us to know that ourguarantees iavc invariably held good SS S 5 s a e SStoughton Low Cuts The thing for Easter in the new shapes 0 S 350 and 400 Emperor Shirts COO and 125 S 5 lMcCall Patterns 10 and 15c 0 S Submitted CashOQ 0 635 ata t 1 Ve 9- I S S s s 5 5e 5eS 5 SS 5S 5 S 0 e a s a S S 4 8 stock a iu or thousands Fannie of GRACE BEFORE MEALS A Prayer That Was Retrospective as Well as Prospective Most small boysand many other people toohave experienced the mortification that comes from be blessingisa breach of etiquette is that the persondidgoing to be said The awkward feeling that is sure to follow such a blunder cannot be helped but it may be mitigated On one occasion says Mr Adlai H Stevenson in Something of Men I Have Known a gentleman at a formal dinner be ing very hungry and exhausted made this mistake of starting in graceAfter blessing was asked he turned to Mr Knott and said I am humiliated at my conduct 1 should have remembered that Pres byterians always say grace before meals To this Kbott replied You ought not to feel so That blessing of Dr Bullocks was broad and gen restrospectiveminds me of a little incident that occurred on the Rolling Fork- An old time deacon down there was noted for the lengthy blessing which at his table was the unfailing prelude to every meal His hired man Bill Taylor an unconverted and impatient youth had fallen into the habit of commencing his meal fullyinvokedThe frown and the rebuke of the deacon were of llightIcously at length gave utterance to this pe tition For what we are about to receive and for what William Taylor 01111thanksyou are tjie only man on earthwho could have thought x f such a story at just Ihe moment The temporary depression vanished and the premature guest was himself again and was soon the life of thE assemblage Ancient Paper Money Marco Polo the celebrated Vene tian traveler was the first to announce to Europeans the existence of paper money in China under the thejhis tory TcninghizKhan of the Mogul dynasty in China published in uuthorspeaksofthe which was in use under the dynasty of the Sung who reigned in China nlsoIIn the year 1264 Motherly Encouragement Mother she saidwiLl a little beginningtome only because he thinks he can get alof of fathers money with me My dear child dont worry about that Your pa ia enough of tlulowestbe jut smuchou f1i JMlpN1oufor as it jraBid 1Jo1dj M vu DYNAMITE Materials of Which This Terrible Ex plosive Is Made The word dynamite is in con stant use but not one person in fif ty has any idea as to the materials pntering into the manufacture of this terrible explosive or how it is made Giant Hercules Jupiter and Atlas powders tire all in fact dyne thetcontain and consequently the degree of danger incidental to their handling Nitroglycerin discovered by an Italian chemist in 1845 is a com poundof ordinary glycerin and nitric acid and is the ingredient which gives to dynamite its explo sire strength Nitroglycerin alona is extremely dangerous to handle and for this reason and for the sake of convenience is made into giant powder 30 to 80 per cent of the deadly liquid being worked into a puttylike mass resembling brown sugar the base being rottenstone sawdust earth plaster of paris or black powder Dynamite proper is prepared by kneading with the bare hands 25 per cent of infusorial earth and 75 per cent of nitroglycerin Before mixing the earth is calcined in a furnace in order to burn out all organic matter and it is also sifted to free it from large grains While stillmoist the mass is squeezed into cartridges of parchment paper The firing is done by fulminate of silver in copper capsules provided with explodersNitroglycerin is made of nitric acid one part and sulphuric acid two parts to which is added ordinary glycerin the mixture being well washed with pure water The infu sion is composed microscopic siliceous shells which have lost their living creatures The cellular parts receive the nitroglycerin and hold it by capillary attraction This earth is weightNitroglycerin sweet are matic pungent taste and the pe culiar property of causing a violent headache if a small quantity is placed on the tongue or wrist It freezes at 40 degrees F becoming a white half crystallized mass which must be molted by the application of water at a temperature of 100 degrees FNew York Times How Coal Was First Named Curiously the word coal was in use long before as well as long after the commencement of the coal trade with a meaning quite differ ent from that which it now has The term originally belonged to particularcharred or what is now called char coal When the trade in mineral coal began this was usually distin guished by the singular name of sea coal It would seem that from hav Jng been gathered in early times on the seashore more especially of seaIoriginPromsemblance to wood coal in color and burning properties it obtained the name of sea coal whickts so Theninfuel gained upon and superseded tho old the simple name of coal be came umiversally transferred to it FUfcwk Job PrifttiDr irThs IJj u i V0 iLi T = tu = = = = CLEARANCE SAtEr Begining Monday January 24and Ending I February 24 All articles on which we ourselvesoverstocked will be marked down to prices that will sell tbam 8 day Iron Clocks worth 1000 Sale Price GOO 8 day Wood Clocks worth S4 and S5 Sale Price r3 and 4 Brass Jardiners and Brass Gern Dishes worth 250 to 8 Sale Price125 to 5 Everything will be reduced in proportion Splendkl oppor tunity to get goods of quality at bargain uric s- LE LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street ==cp== ========= A SINGLE HAIR By PERCY G HALL Copyright 1310 by American Press Asso ciatIonJIThe editor of the Excelsior Magazine sat at his desk opening envelopes con taming contributions Running over the sheets of one to discover if it came within the prescribed length be found between two of them a hair It was too long for a mans hair and too short for a womans But It must be one or the other and since the manuscript was sent in by a woman be concluded that It bad belonged to the latter It was not black or brown or red it was golden And the name of the girl on whose head It had doubtless grown was Nathalie Rose Arrowsmlth But perhaps this was fictitious The Excelsior Magazine was pub lished In the far west where women being comparatively scarce are appre elated Possibly It was this that led Ute editor to dream over the golden hah and Nathalie Rose Arrowsmith He was a young man of Ideal tastes He was not the owner of the period led but an employee whose business It was to select such contributions as would fit in between certain other staple matter He possessed literary discrimination but was awpre that this delicate faculty was not considered In fixing his salary What was expected of him was to read the manuscripts that came in to see that there was nothing in them calculated to offend any of the magazines patrons select ing those that would fit the empty eimccs that a good name for Miss Arrow smith would be the fair one with tbe golden lock gradually Insinuated It self into the young editors mind He estimated the length of her produ tion and finding it within limits laid it aside for acceptance In case It con tained nothing objectionable Meanwhile his operative mentality was on his work but hIs Ideal faculties those akin to soul were on the fair one with the golden locks By the time he bad read her manuscript be had con- Jured up a poetic aesthetic condltloB that enabled him to see in it the high est degree of literary merit The Tan was or SIiIngRattlesnake Bill and Mexican Pete as bad men as ever fanned l43 orj twisted a bojvle Then there was Cactus Kate not overparticular In her loves but a heart as big as Table mountMnThe wac available but when the editor contemplated offering the managements lImtt of compensation for such productions2iiOliis whole Ideal nature sickened Yet what could he do Any suggestion to pay an ad ditional sum for a literary gem would only meet with a snarl from his chief anti the remark that wo aint in this ycre business to cdecate authors but for dust lIe concluded to soften the blow for the fair one with the golden locks by writing her a letter of apolo gy for offering her so pitiful a sum for her production- If lie bad stopped at this there need have been no harm done All editors kindly insert feather beds under strug gling authors before knocking ihem down Its a feature of the business But the gold strand had stuck in his fetthe head and he added some soft stuff away with a fluttering heart A few later the manIngersquestion with nil the Intensity of Inn guage of Rattlesnake Bill or Pete in the story Then the leIeanIcalled the editor Into his office stood a strapping cowboy low hair hung down under hIs sombrero There were pistols and car ridges in his belt and spurs big enough for buzz saws on his heels He was flushed with anger but on seeing the editor who was a delicate fellow of five feet two Inches and a hundred pounds weight he stood as tonished for a moment then burst Into a fit of uncontrollable laughter Be you the kid as writ that he asked holding forth the editors apolo getic message The editor stood stupefied Waal waal I aint ou the blow about seeln big wonders but this Is blarstcdcst observation I ever theI So y took me for a galAnd the ez got In between the sheets A gold en strand And y daubed ia some soft soap on m 1 sure never see nothin like this before Did you write the stuffrasked the proprietor of Nathalie Rose Arrow smith Sartln I read It to the boys mid they towed it was fine What made you choose that name Why pard I was called sudden on a roundup and let the stuff with n young feller ez jlst come out to tbeIPeters ranch from the east to send your magazine He put on thp name He plumItcontemptuouslyS one I come up yore to to see what kind of a galoot took me nryinsulton gun suddenness Id jlst bore n lioll In the man US ldir But you aint big enough target for my guns Gocd by Mr Proprietor Koodby little one And be walked cut to the rnuziof j his spurs i tor Then the manager turned to hb edi 1 reckou he said this aint no pnature for n moon calf like you yo better go eastto sonic o them college magazines Heres your salary to late V i RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations The finer feelings are like the wind men know not whence they come nor whither they goItev Dr New ell Dwight nlllls Congregatlonallst Unconquerable Anchorage- As long as sin and sorrow and death otlAgesage of faith Rev Dr John E White Baptist Atlanta GaIAn Influence In Religion A great Influence in religion is the melancholy man The men who have torments of hell make the great poets and the great orators Wo cant have depth without pain Kev Dr S P Cadman Congrcgatlonallst Brooklyn On the Homespun Order Would that our lives in this modern age could be mote on the homespun order They would then stand untar fished the wear and toni the tempta tions and trials of every dayDr Charlsa Luther Kloss Congregational 1st Philadelphia Redeeming Criminals The Son of Man valued law and its penalties as agencies for the rcdemp tlon not the destruction of criminals Christ abhorred crime but he mingled with criminals in the hope of redeem Cla3tonUaptlst Faith Have faith in G9d for faith is sun ihine Is strength peace food drink sleep Faith Is a tnother8 arms in folding tier child Faith Is the heJrns man at the wheel Faith is the pole star which directs our course from shore to shore Ilev Dr L M Zim merman Lutheran Baltimore To Cecoma an Immortal pow It ennoble our work when we realize that It Is part of the great plan of God By bringing our loftiest Elons jo bear upon the practical things of life we learn to doour best work and bring forth evidences of the divin ity within us Our work will not be merely fur time btjt for eternity In that way we may lccouie one of the Immortals Uev J W Roberts CongrcgatlonalLst New york Worldly Prcspority If religion cannot stand the closest scrutiny throw It away for It ia no eftwlIhisFnation and of the church We today mix up too much our worldly prosper ity with religious victory In fact our idea of God has become worldly pros perity Itcv J Howard Wells Meth cdlst Episcopal Washington Best Seed to Sow The best kind of seed to sow is love true as a mothers sympathy like an eternal spring generosity whose hand cannot be closed loyalty surpassing fesIIrlIn helpfulness charity That dls penses Its gifts as the dower its fra prance sacrifice that counts no cost and keeps near the cross friendship that knowqno superior save in Christ Rev James A Matheson Presby terian QuIncy Mass Unity cf Human Nature The unity of human nature Is a fact of the gravest Importance when we at tempt to estimate the forces of the spiritual Hfp No faculty acts in isolation The Intellect acts upon and Is acted upon by the conscience and the emotions Wrongdoing disturbs the mental balance Doubt grows on the soil of sinful indulgence The con sciousness of rcllgfous difficulties should lead us to greater carefulness of life It we are full of doubts then let us make as sure as we can that we have not blocked upjjy wlllfuUsln any window of the splrltnv IL ncrs Icy Hcnsou Canon of Westminster Abbey London Value of Experiences Every experience we pass through Is to fit us to help others passing through a similar experience Paul was a great sufferer and to him we turn for words of comfort In affliction owe in turn are to make our cxpe riences a blessjlng to others A traveler to the far west was stranded In St Louis and so compelled to give up his purpose But after much hardship he began to prosper and gathered a fortune lie knew what It was to be stranded on the way and to suffer dls1 appointment In his wilt he left a large sum to help stranded pilgrims west Andrew Carnegie had a library opened to him when he was eager to learn but without books From that experience came his free libraries nIl over the country These men made their esperkDpe work outefor others good for it enabled them to appreciate others needs and minister to It Make an application of this principle today In your own life You have your peculiar experiences You bare suffered pain What sympathy you ought to have for sufferers You have made your mistakes What gentleness you ought to cxerclrc toward those who someiready yot ought to be to speak a word feelingstought tobe for the feelings of others You know thefrightful stressor temptation Why not lend ri hand to the tempted Have you found a Saviour Then how eager you ought to be to tell others ofhlm Do you thank Gcd for your experiences because they help you to help others Thats part of the Christian Iirc Pi0v Park Rays Miller Presbyterian Philadelphia v 5WHEN YOU WANT PRINTING H CONSULT THE THE C t1 N A K tJ uil0 If INTUITION Instances of heWaylt Is Exercised In Everyday Life A surface motorman awakened a train of thought not long ago when ho stopped his car shortly at a cross ing There was apparently no one there waiting to get on A woman was standing on the curb not even looking the moving car yet when the car came to this corner the motorman brought it to a standstill and sure enough the woman Hurried out of the crowd and clam bored aboard IIowM you know that woman wanted to got on he was asked as the controller was thrown on again and the car started with a jerk Just felt it he laughed didnt know it A fellows affected that way in this business How many people nowadays signal the motor man when they want him to stop Its Borne sort of power I guess that fells me I cant explain just what it is This patient knight of the motor voiced one of the most bewildering psychological truths found in the entire downtown propaganda where about every nip end tuck of the hu man habit custom or peculiarity finds a shining place Taking met ropolitan humanity as a whole there are few who do not use intuition in the course of the average workday- A certain teller in a large Chicago bank recognizes intuition as a faith ful end valuable ally one that can be put to good uses though one that is not infallible A JRufus ViTal lingford may stroll into this mans bank toss a thousand dollar check over the counter in a blase manner and something may tell the teller that the chock isnt any good I just feel it he explains this strange power of intuition And the cheek may be turned down or on the other handsome thing may tell the cashier that the man is goodhe just feels it Scoffers are referred to the average policeman Docs the city detective always know a crook when he plucks him out of a downtown crowd when the mans back perhaps is turned to the officer of the law He feels that the shoulders and neck ahead of himthe hcadcrown ed with a battered derbyis wanted Often he does not know the crooks name find could not tell why hear rests him until thmnn is hauled bfick to the station and his photo is found gracing the limelight in the rogues gallery some months or years back the intuition in a case of this sort being extremely strong Its records prove amply Policemen and detectives are sup posed to study the photograph the terse history and storyof each crook as they are placed on the citys police records We know that the mind of mortal man cnnnot carry all of this itata in his mind which ian good indication of the won er fnl power of intuition which will draw the detective to the crook like a magnet from among n crowd of a thousand people Chicago Tribune Vigs In Coloni1 Days The first colonists wore often their own natrtra hair The cave hers had long and perfumed love lock and though the Puritans had been called Roundhead their hair waved also over the band or collar and often hung over the shoulder TJie Quakers also wore long locks as the portrait of William Penn sljpwjj lit by 1C75 wigs had become common enough to be denounced by the Massachusetts government and to be preached against by many ministers The care of these wigs was a great item often 10 a year for a single wig and some gentlemen owned eight or ten wigs Little children woe them The Massachusetts Gazette in 1754 chronicles the fact tn runaway negro slave who wore a ourl of hair tied around his head with a string to imitate a wig- To Frost a Window A frosted window is often a con venience It admits light but not sunshine and it is of course im possible to see through the glass from the outside Any window may be frosted by 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