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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ill Z 1 Section QI1t THE R1CHcOND CLIMAXSection One 36th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1910 NUMBER 42 I WALL PAPER I I An Imperfect Bag t of food orgrain is a rarety hero Wo are so careful in selection and handling that damage of any kind is almost Impossible Buy your feed and grain hero and youll not get the best oc casionally but all the time Fed regularly it means better live stock right along Try it on yours for a change any way Burnside RobinsonI Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND TRYTHErye VULCAN LI Oilb jh Plow Co- CVJHSVILLCil I jWell naisbed Strong Draft Rib Strengthened Mold Full Interlocked I Point Land and Standard a Chill Wide Edge I Chill Long Snoot Chill CALLBEST and is the STRONGESTand MOST Point made I p When buying a Plow Conside fOR Price Second Douglas Simmons AGENTS erage Wholesale and Vulcan Chilled Plows and Syracuse Hill side Plows V ill or A Wood Harrows Mowers Binders Hamilton Corn Planters Repairs for New Place on Second Phone 20 GIVE US A We Sell May Manton- Patterns lOc Each he Right Way to get good work is- o buy your paper from an up to date ne and get an uptodate paper hanger The Quitters The world has little use for a quitter the fellow who starts and baths out because the crock is up tho fellow who starts to trim tho hedge blisters his hands and decides to lot it go until throughIwants to quit school to get a job the girl who starts out to be a great musi ruglimotyoung saphead There is a big family of tho quitters but they are a sorry lot They never want a job that takes time and patience With tho qualifications of a bill poster they would liko to earn tho salary of a railroad President Their ideal is a job thai requires two hours of easy labor each day with Saturdays and holidays off You will find them scattered up and down tho road of human failure turning back from the handle of the plow com plaining of their lot and of the world They are clogs in the wheels broken rails on tho road time killers patience killers forever wanting what they have not Tho people who accomplish things in this world are those who qualify them selyesin spite of bad crops high water and measles who hang onto their work until failure turns to victory whose courage rises as difficulties thicken and whoso faces aro forever turned toward theorising sun It was not a bad plan that of the Indians flinging their boys into the river where they had to swim or drown Tho best thing any parent can do for hischild is to compel him to finishwhat he undertakes Keep him at it no matter how much he cries and objects mako him do tho thing ho has started to do And tho best thing any boy or girl can do is todo this very thing without being made to do it Suocess is a good deal like habit There is not much difference between failure and success Ono quits and tho other does notSparo Moments Prince Rion Do not breed your maros until you see Prince Rion the greatest young horse ever stood for service in Madison coun ty Ho is just coming five years old is 1C hands high a perfect model in form as fast as lightning and a born trotter His sire Anion 207 sold for 125000 at four years old This fellow is tho only stallion that ever stood in Madison county that was sired by a horse with a record of 207 and out of a mare with a mile in 210 See this great horse at Bob Walkers stable before you breed mar 16 2 mo PnODB ii W P BAXTER Stock Notes Oscar Bonta of Boyle county and GilesHawkinsof Burginsold 4200 acres of timber land in Casey county at 025 per acre The 155 fine Jersey cattle recently shipped from England for J B Hag gins Elmcndorf farm are expected at Lexington soon A now dairy barn isI being built at Elmendorf to house 400 cows At Boston Mass four tons of cold storage eggs were confiscated by a Government food inspector and after receiving a treatment of carbolic acid they will bo sold to tanning establish mentsAs a result of the extreme cold weather during the closing week of February farmers lost many sheep and lambs Aged ewes died in largo numbers one prominent Bourbon farmer who had a flock of more than one thou sand sheep lost 81 ewes A number of valuable papers bearing on the tobacco situation were stolen from the residence of Congressman Campbell Cantrill in Georgetown last Friday The burglar described as a well dressed man fired a couple of shots at Jack Payno a nephew of Cantrill who interrupted him Neither shot took effectFarms of the United States with their buildings implements and live stock are today worth almost 30000 000000 No such increase in agricultur al values was over before known in the history of tho world in any country The farm product of the year just clos od was worth almost four times as much as tho product of 1889 Tho cattle called Holsteins in Ameri ca aro all dcccndants of or direct im portations from Holland The antquity of tho breed is so great that historyre cords no peorid when tholshores of the North Sea and its inflowing rivers were not noted for their great black and white cattle The pedigree of these cattle dates back over 2000 years They decended from the cattle of the Frieslanders who several hundred years before Christ inhabited the country north of tho rivers Waal and the Rhine The pupils of the public schools of Fayctto county have organized a corn club the object of which is to study the scientific cultivation of corn The club is under tho patronago of county school officials and a prize of 825 will bo given to tho club member who grows the most corn on a aero of ground dur ing the coming season Select seed corn will bo distributed among the members of tho club in duo time tho methods of seed selection testing ger initiation cultivation and all other es sentials to a high class crop will be fully explained by Prof George Roberts who will deliver lectures before tho club on the subject of corn culture at intervals during the season Dr Knapp said there were three factors underlaying successful farming as to crops First JA better seed bed Second Better seed Third Better cultivation A better seed bed means deeper and more thorough ploughing and working In the case of grass land a turning up on edge of tho turf and a deep working to 12 to 15 inches of tho soil with the disc plow A better seed means care in selection and curing means the establishment of a breeding plot and tho raising by tho farmer of his own puro bred seed Better culti vation means not a deep cultivation which will cut off many of tho feeding roots of tho plant but a shallow and frequent cultivption which shall pro vent evaporation of water and destroy weeds Shallow plowing and deep cultivation aro two conditions of a poor crop Must Be On Time Among every 100 men who become firemen only 17 are over made engi neers says Warren S Stone chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers ono of the most powerful labor organizations in the world Out of every 100 engineers only 5 ever get passenger runs Tho next time you see a whitehaired man in the cab of a big passenger locomotive dont wonder at all at his white hair but make up your mind that ho has tho goods or he wouldnt be there It is a case of the selection and survival of the fittest It takes nerve to run the fast trains these days for you sit at your throttle tearing across the country at tho rate of mbro than a milo a minute and if any one of a dozen people down to the man who spiked down the rail has mado a mistake you ride to certain death Kentuckians Moving to Missouri A St Louis special says During the last few months about one hundred fam families from Kentucky have moved to Northwest Missouri to take up tho culta vation of tobacco About two years ago extensive experiments proved that this section is adapted to tobacco cnlturo Last year 2000000 pounds of tobacco were raised in Platte county and about 000000 pounds in Clay county During the year thousands of acres of tobacco will bo culivatcd and Kentucky families are moving hero to teach the native far mers tha best method of culture At present Weston Mo is the center of tobacco business Hundreds of tobacco barns aro being built and many farmers are growing five to ten acres Wrong anybody H r LA Better Mattress 4r For Less Money Our liberal guarantee is backed up by the Stearns Foster Coand proves beyond doubt the superior Quality of Stearns Foster mattresses iiHssAs8EosTRR no is a by a a 1 in S 60 free Worth A Dollar Fred Patchen Manlius N Y writes a long time was affected with kidney trouble which caused an almost constant pain in my back and inflam mation in my bladder Other reme dies did not relieve me but two 50cent bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy completely cured me and have not had symptoms of kidney ble for over two years Foley s The Way is to buy a lot o old stock and get to hang it for you Phone i I NTIRFSs and talk Drop did tonic for middle aged and elderly eople a sure cure for all annoys rites and of the kidneys and It will cure any case of kidney bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Sold by Stock ton Son Good health is impossible when there is of the dies tive organs Foleys Orino Laxative is a natural remedy lor stomach liver and bowel troubles It aids digestion stimulates the liver cures constipation Sold by Stockton Son mlm TH E WALL PAPER We guarantee it to be better than any other advertised make at any price All Stearns Foster Mattresses allow you to examine the inside the most important side to know of the very mattress you buy J something other maker allows you to do The inside ofmost mattresses dark secret you cant judge merely pretty ticking or clerks pleasant Come today Every mattress sold on nights trial Oldham LackeyA For even any trou Kid remI and irregularities bladder and any derangement and WINDSORGRADE Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden Flora wish to announce tho public that have hand handsome lino of monuments and grave markers that must dispose of at once regardless of cost 32tf II Pico Assignee Fine Eggs For Sale- I have lot of fullblooded single comb brown leghorn eggs for sale at per setting of 15 eggs 8150 for two settings Sins Jour Rica f23tf Richmond r Hustling Cash Store 13850 I a e I I to I on a I C a lor R D 3 I MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin Sufferers Drop Greasy Salves and Nasty Medicines That mild soothing liquid D D D Prescription stops the awful itchwith the first drops A prescription of ac knowledgo value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will take awaytho itch right away and you will personallyknow Sold by Stockton Son Rich mond Ky We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each 1910pi v The outfookfQJthe heaviest Spring trade in years is very promising We are after our share Therefore we have r i laid in heavy supplies in all lines and being Cash Buyers t weYeabIeto secure large quantities of merchandise at rock bottom hadKc vi jjthan we offetRemembertwe keep v V y yf f 2 Iryfioods Clothing Shoes Carpets Matting Rug Truqks Telescopes Etc Etc cc i i lJ t inVliLadies tor Gents Wearing Apparele can su Ioui v7 Wee continuev tobelieveTi SinC j 1 j n r t i XJ y slues Low PricesrM f Hones a 1I i L Jtk i r I IJ r 1 4 7 f fiIiJ r cJA t xpect6uXT iMIS U 8NI ft Ji 1i T 3 SF r a Wrr 7 T v l 4r tr r mr5 4 l a IIt L rgtbepsi 1 t r c Tobacco Canvas 2 12 3 and 3 12 c Thompsons Glovefitting Corsets BUY EARLV Just look at McKees while down street if you want to see something new and pretty for spring They are getting in all of their New Ginghams Cheviots and White Materials f Be sure and see their Embroideries for they are the handsomest we have ever bought at the price Owen IVIcKeeN See Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns 1 The Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Maugr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor- Uero1 r r PRESS ASSOCIATE and FUBLISIERS PS FBIGE flOO FE- 1NADVAOE 1EAB i WEDNESDAY MAR 24 1910 ONE of the greatest mistakes made by the recent session of the Legislature was the defeat of the good roads measure I Every one knows that Kentucky has vast resources in both timber and miner als but the question of getting these to market or railroad points is the stum fblingblock that has retarded Kentucky the good roads bill the poorer counties back in the mountains would I have received help by which roads could be built enabling the people to get raw material to market This measure was given wide publicity before the K Logiilaturc convened and it seemed t that its passage was certain Mr Harry IiSommers of Elizabethtown more than anyone olsc worked untiringly for the measure and to his efforts are due the lions share of credit fir the progress made in tho movoncnt WIIIIK the rest of we poor fellows liavp had trouble in keeping soul and body together the farmer has been m king all kinds of money as prices for his product have been good for some time past The uptodate farmer today HITUS just as loig a howl as any other business man if he is to be successful Farm management requires the most careful and intelligent study and it invol PS ii not Uclinical knowledge of chomis try and botany at least an appreciation of their problems and the ability to go to right source for information Farming is more important today than over before arid while they must work like trojans jft any careful farmer can make a good living and have something on tho side1 tOl PUESIUBST Taft blames the nowspa prrs for much of his discomfort and J oudenlly clings to the old idea that a newspaper is a moulder rather than a reflector of public sentiment Neither are tho nowspcipcrs responsible for the acts of the President that have proved unpopular Doubtless no public servant rests easily under general criticism but whether guilty or innocent ho should find fault either with the public or him soil and not with the medium through winch the criticism is expressed Too much praise can not be heaped upon lion GoorgoWilsonforhisfairiress to all during his term as Speaker of the House of Representatives Mr Wilson is afino parlimentarian and his rulings wore prompt and always perfectly fairly all concerned He is being mentioned nsa candidate for Governor and should he see proper loonier ho race will make any opponfliHiiBoThtit1ie has been up against the rofj thing fn tho way of a popular man As time for return of CoL Jloosbvolt draws nearer his popularity continues to show itself and our good old friend is trembling in lib boots Of course IITaftTaft wants a renomination but to 1 nan up a tree it now looks like thj rnds will rally around Toddy and nomi nate the mighty hunter whether are no As wo heard a man express it Old Teds e a hoss and this seems true judging from hiss universal popularity 0 TiiEnE is always a lot of sickness d every Spring but this season the outlook ris even more gloomy The Louisville S Times says Thcdore tho elephant hun- tot is homesick Taft the elephant Srider is heartsick and the people are just sick of tho elephant ACCOKDISO to the report made by the prison investigation committee at Frank fort the penitentiaries of the Stato are very inviting institutions land a could find no more pleasant fellowI tspend a time k Ijf anybody Juts doubt that Spring is hero he should glance at tho urchins on tho street arid in buck alleys whorl t irE lf gnmte tt Infast ucd luriotli ttin t 11 1J L J Coxcmnss is investigating the butter trust The Cynthiana Democrat says tho latest investigation of the butter trust in that county disclosed potato in each pound As the cost of living ascends the kind SI living is likely to descend Now who will doubt tim groundhog tlieoryPoali uMiss Lucy Adams is visiting in Clark County Miss Annie McKee spent Friday in Lexington Hon T S Burnam was in Louisville last week Miss Merritt Jones Is visiting Mrs It C White Mr Cecil Traynor spent Sunday in Lexington Miss Gladys Perry is in Lexington visiting friends Miss Minnie Wagers has returned from Cinoinnati Mr Allen Zaring was in Paris Friday on business Miss Eliza Ruckor of Paint Lick was a recent visitor here Mrs Jonas Rucker has returned from several days stay in Cincinnati Mrs Dan Terrill will leave next week for an extended visit to Missouri Mrs Robert It Burnam has returned from a fow week stay in Florida Miss Nellie Sharon has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mrs R N Roark and daughter Kath erine wore in Lexington Monday Tire Mary Patlio Musical Club met Thursday with Miss Bottle French Miss Mary Thomas of Mississippi is the guest of Miss Jane D Stockton Miss Mattie Tribble has returned from a visit to friends in Huntington W Va Miss Bessie Kiddell of Irvine was a guest last week of Mrs Neal Bennett Muster William Burnam is conval escing from his attack of scarlet fever Dr John M Burnam of University of Cincinnati is visiting relatives in this qily Mrs Colman Warfordof Lawrence burg is visiting her mother Mis Jamas Hicks Mr and Mrs A C Scanlafv were in Louisville attending the automobile show Mr Will Ballard of Iecompton Kan is in this city on business and vilisting relatives SlanfordihasSimmonsMrs M Poyntz and Miss Kathleen Poyntz arc in MU Sterling visiting rela tives Mr L P Evans is visiting his broth ers Messrs Jon and William Evans in Panama Lexington Leader Miss Bcttio French of Richmond is the guestof Mrs T A Garnott Mr anti Mrs Elinor E Tate spent the weekend with Miss Fannie McFarland in Lexington N Miss WillhjTraynor Will resume her duties in Cutdwcll High School next Monday Captain D N Sharp and Mrs B L Middelton arc at homo frorn a visit to Shelbyville Mr Herschel Hcrrington of Louisville has been visiting his brother lIon 14II Herrington- Miss Lucia Burnam leaves this week for a visit to Mrs Charles V Edmands in Anchorage Mrs Gco Snyder and little son of ML Sterling are visiting hersister Mrs D M Chenault Mrs S N Mobcrlcy will entertain the Thimble Club this afternoon at her home on Woodland ave Mt Sterling Gazette Miss Mary Earl Oldham of Richmond is tho guest of Mr and Mrs C K Oldham Miss Emma Watts will arrive this week to spend Easter with her parents Mr and Mrs W W Walls Mr and Mrs J E Sexton attended the funeral of Mrs Sextons sister Mrs J T llamol in Louisville Misses Ethel and Same Wood have returned to Madison Institute after a visit to parents in Paint Lick Mrs E Turloy and daughter Elizabeth havoreturned from u visit to Mrs P G Cropper in Louisville Mrs EP Mobcrlj has accepted a poLtuii 89 wak lH6ff 1MeM 81 LtUl 1et1j j 13 fQ t passedthroughwas a pleasant caller at this office Mr and Mrs Richard Jones of Ml Sterling spent the week end with Mr and Mrs W C Gormley in this city Judge Hobson of tho Court of Appeals attended the funeral of his brother Dr V II Hobson in this city Wednesday Mr Hugh Mollon who travels for a largo picture moulding house has been here to see his mother and other rela tivesMr and Mrs Simeon hamilton of Wiscmanlown spent several days last week with Mrs Theodore Wilson at Moborly SaturdayinMiss Sue Scrivener who joined her at WinchesterDr Dunn sailed Saturday for Naples and from there will go to Vienna where he will study under an eye ear and throat specialist Miss Helen Dougherty of Paris en guestsMissesMary Barrett Smith of Richmond Mrs Theodore Wilson who has been seriously ill of inflamatory rheumatism probablybeweek Mr and Mrs Irvine Prather of Lex ington havo been hero visiting relatives 001Vhosucccssin his adopted home Mr and Mrs It W Collier will leave this week for Torringlon Wyoming where they will make their home in the future Mr Collier is a fine business man and a splendid citizen and will make a success wherever he casts his lot The Climax wishes for them all happiness in their new home Muskogee Oklahoma TimerDemo crat Miss Lenora Long of Richmond Ky has purchased tho TimesDemo crat TourofEuropo pass from Miss Ethel Adams of Porter Ok and will join tIre party next July Illness pre vents Miss Adams from taking the trip The French Missionary Circle met Monday afternoon with Mrs Burton eryinteresting I new members have been received After the program a salad course was served Tire next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs A D Miller Stanford Journal Missess Jaie and Mattie Walter nieces of Mrs J C Hays passed lire here this morning en route to their home at Paint Lick from Louis ville where they hadbeen at the bedside of their father E U Walker who is lila the hospital there lIe is somewhat improved LnncasterRecordr1rs EmmaKauff man and daughter Miss Frankyo are making a visit of several weeks at the home of Mr and Mrs John Greenfeaf of Uichmondu Mrs W T Short of Richmond has returned to her home after a visit to her sister Mrs C D PoweUuMrs L N Miller left Tues day for a visit to her jwrents Mr and Mrs L T Wilson of Richmond Mr J E Gott of Richmond is visiting his son Mr W R Gott this week Hair Hair Hair I am paying hightest cash prices for combings and clipped hair Braids puffs curls chignons made to order Hair dressing and dying sldllfully done Fall ing hair baldness and scalp diseases a specialty Superfluous hair removed from face and arms I lance a corn plete line of toilet articles always on hand Mrs J C George Pone J80- M2E Main St An Interesting Decision The Court of Appeals Friday con firmed the absolute right of Boards of Supervision to make raises of property valuation for taxation according to their own judgment and without recourse to tho tax payer unless proof can be given of fraud anti corruption The case at issue was that of the StarMilling Com pony against the Board of Councilmen of the city of Nicholasville on appeal from the Jessamine court the lower tribunal being affirmed The milling company protested against a raise as being excessive but the court here says Where the party whoso assessment is raised is given due notice of Iho tim end place of the meeting aiVd is granted an opportunity when h ardt tire ache i of the board is fiaa1 and conclusive ttallIIh to riwwa tht tbey iitd- M4W kIWt1 ij A Hen Story The Danvllle Advocate Is responsible for tire following Mr George Ver million who resides near town on the Stanford pike is having trouble with his hens They refuse to lay anywhere except on the wagon tongue The wagon is in a barnyard and the hens left their host and took to the tongue and so far Mr Vermilliori has been unable to break them from the habit A Smart Boy Son Father how often do we have bond issue- sPatherEelj time we have a Itepub lican Administration son Son Does Governor Willsoa want a bond issue father Father Yes indeed son ha is very anxious for it SonDoes he want the County Unit Bill to pass as bad as ho wants the bond issue father FatherI dont know son well have to wait and se- eSonWasnt he elected on a County Unit platform father Father I believe so son but that was a long time ago Frankfort Journal How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff We desire to say that when we took the agency for hEM 0 wo wore convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We are pleased to state that we shall continue tho agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zemo effects its cures by drawing tQ the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leav ing the skin clear and healthy It does not soil tho clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can be cured at home of any form of skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy tf Perrys Drug Storo Monday March 288 P MI On this date the Gamble Concert Company of Iittsburg will give a concert in the Normal Chapel The company consists of Mr Gamble basso cantante Miss Page violinist Her Stuermer pianist The printed programs are a unique and convenient part of the con cert Tho words to each song and an explanation of each instrumental part is printed in the programs Tho Seattle Wash Times in a criti cism on the concert says that Mr Gambles rendition of tho Scotch and Irish ballads was quite as pleasing as that of the more magnetic and dramatic numbers His Song of Armour was par ticularly enjoyed and the audience in sisted upon an encoro which was grace fully responded to by tire plaintive mel ody Goodbye Sweet lay admirably ar ranged for violin obligato and piano Miss Pages encore of Annie Laurie called for a second encore and a repeti tion of the oldfashioned melody met with equally spontaneous applause In the McDowell suite Her Stuorman gave evidence of a truly sympathetic appreciation of the subtle tonal qualities of that gifted American composer The brilliant lights on tire Campus and the new concrete walks arc a great convenience and townspeople will exper ience no difficulty in coming and going The scats will be numbered and can be bought at the Normal office and bookstore from March 25 Prices 35 50 and 75 cents Out of Sight A fellow out in Missouri has succeeded in breeding tailless hogs We hope his experiment will not extend to the hams Winchester Democrat Tailless hogs are not whats worrying the consumer Its priceless hogs that are causing all tIre trouble Maysvillo Ledger The Three Twins at Lexington Three Twins will come to tire Lexington Opera House Monday and Tuesday and Tuesday matinee March 28th and 29th This is the best musical com edy that has been produced in years It has a good plot and many novel features The music is facinating and twothirds of tho audience on leaving tho theatre are humming or whistling some of the numerous melodies which so greatly please them Three Twins is called the lien lIur of musical comedies because it is the largest musical attraction in Amer ica Tire amazon electric serial swing is tho largest scenic effect ever staged with the exception of the chariot race in Ben Ilur Tire faceograph is another one of tire many electric effects that helps to make Three Twins the smart est of all musical attractions Tire costumes arc gorgeous and Include eight of tho handsomest Parisan Dircctoiro gowns over brought to are some score and more of musical number Tall Jof them character ized by a marked strain of originality which is not always present in the musi cal offerings of this day Mr Gaitcs in selecting a supporting cast for Three Twins has chosen some of tho cleverest players obtainable including Florino Sweetman Elsie Mynne Helen DuBois Thomas Whiffen Edward Wade Rus sell Lennon Neil Kelley John Abbott and tho typical Gaitcs chorus The pro duction will be mounted in the usual complete manner whichcharacterizes all of Mr Gaites attractions Breakup That Cold in a Day You can stop a cough or a cold as if by magic by just breathing soothing healing Hyomci over the sore raw and inflamed membrane This is from a man who knows Mrs Magcr and riJysolf have used your inhaler faithfully whenever needed and it lies always given instant relief and saved us from many severe colds The above is voluntarialy given and if in your estimation its use as a testimon- Ial would help to get others to use it 1 will gladly havo you do so as we con sider it a wonderful discovery and roe ommend it whenever opportunity pre sents itself F W Magcr Contracting Freight Agent a II D Ry Co Cincinnati Ohio Oct 22 1009 Dont fool with stomach nostrums try magical Hyomoi at onco it relieves a stuffed up head fn two minutes- A complete Hyomci outfit including ii haer mid one bottle of Hyomei costs crJy 3100 at druggists everywhere and guaranteto moneybackv ard needed cost but 50 ce- ntsMIONA Cs IndiQestion It zelivei Ptolnach er uoui iil1Driil WHY HAVE HOLES IlT YOUR SOCKSr f Wear Socks that wont wear out Strange But wonderfully true there is a new socks which seems to WEAR FOREVER IT HAS THE NEW CONSTRUCTION- TOEHEEL Cute Old The other day several married ladies were the small traits of their One said her lit tle girl talked when she was a year old another said her little boy could say pa pa and mama when ho was ten months old An old bachelor was trying to read then chipped in and said that wasnt wonderful He had read in the Bible that Job cursed theday ho was born That settled it and the ladies of A judge out in Missouri has taken a position on the of jurors that should appeal to laymen and attorneys alike oven if it docs mark radical from the methods of proceed ure that havo been followed for many years In tho trial of a case one of tire with the evident intention ol a juror asked the familiar question whether tIm talesman had read accounts of tho case in the Whats the difference if he has read the demanded tho judge Hell make tire better To say that a man ought not to servo because ho has read the ac counts is saying in effect that a jury of is objected to That is not justice neither is it law the The News contained an article last week in defense of the being lazy as such had been charged against them Of all tire in the world the minister certainly earns every dollar he gets He will come much nearer working eigh teen hours out of the than the average man By tire time a preacher prepares two sermons for Sunday gives a talk at visits the sick looks after the adjusts all of opinion between sistet Jones and sister Smith prepares himself fern Bible talk at Sunday School and two hundred and forty other things numerous to mention ho has about in the week Mix An says Cut the tobacco crop pool it and thus avoid over Give some attention to hogs and other Try some chickens and add a few good milk cows to your herd Dont put all of your eggs in one basket Mix it when it comes to de ciding what you could raise for profit this year Dont go stark crazyon tobacco because you have good to got together and control the selling price Make it easy to retain by the supply to suit mand and while you are it bolster up your income by turning your attention to some other of the farm that turn into money more easily and readily titan tobacco Dont get the farming all by overdoing any one product A anxious to introduce some new hymn books directed the clerk to give out a notice in church in regard to them after the sermon The clerk however had a notice of his own to give with reference to the baptism of infants at the close of the sermon ho announced All those who have children they wish baptised please send in their names at once The who was deaf that tho clerk was giving out thy notice arose and said And I want to say for the benefit of those who havent any that they may bo obtained from mo any tIny between three and four oclock tire or diuary little ones at fifteen cents and special ones with red backs at twenty five cents each The A certain class of men assert that tile farmer is tho most lade pendent man on earth and that ho has nothing to do but enjoy life That when winter comes and tho blizzards on tire wing he toasts his foot in tho oven and reads his county paper and the only thing that disturbs him is a call three times a day to a banquet of mince pies and other luxuries It is a mistake Tire farmer begins work lOng before the sun thinks of getting up With feeds tim hogs It is then time to feed tho newly arrived calf which in butting a pail of milk over urn tiller of tho soil until ha only needs to bo to pass for n of oleo lIe crawls through a barb wire fence arid digs the hay ouj of tIre snow feeds Jhe cows cleans the stable gathers up tire frozen chicks chases a stray pig worth 25 cents for tour miles and does not catch it doctors a sick horse freezes his fingers gets kicked by a oneeyed mule and when the gloam lag comes and broods over all the earth lie has a single half hour to 4ikt Md WMbttr few be wttt f kb ft1 j j The of of the city of will bids for the to the and until 300 p m 31st at the office of the The the to any and all bids The con will be to give bond to the for the of the work on or 25 1910 Z T 2t Will make the Season at the Clay Farm 1 12 miles west of 821 A B A Jsired by black jack with white points 16 hands high 1st dam by Colosus 2nd dam by Liberty 3rd dam by Black Hawk 4th dam by Peters Black Hawk 5th dam by Imp is a famous breeder on both mares and jennets A jack 15 12 hands high having been recently sold to parties for 30000 If you are looking for a jennet jack it is no to he is a sure breeder is 10 hands high six years old black with whita points extra weight and length largo foot and bone good head neck and car and is a No1 breeder We went to see his colts before buying as wo wanted extra as an and breeder and stand a- tssoo lo Insure a Jack Colt 1000 lo Insure a Jennet Colt and same for a Mule Colt To Stand up and Suck Money due when colt is foaled mare parted with or bred to another horse or jack Lien on colt until service fee is paid Mares kept at 10 cents per day Every will be taken to avoid accidents or escapes but will not bo for any that may occur Stables closed on C Mr JJoreey McClure Carlisle Ky says made Ha appearance In my flock of two hundred AVhi c Lcjthoras I gave them Bourbon Poultry Cure after chopping oil the heads of elx fowls thut were unable to walk end did not lose another fowl Perrys Drug Store wit 4 II I is If you are with holes in the toes of your socks we have the you want A fine close silk sock for CENTS Rice ArnoldTRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE Thing comparing respective offspring anything adjourned Qualifications Jurors qualifications departure attorneys challenging newspapers newspapers juryman newspaper intelligenco Defends Preachers Elizabelhlown preachers professions twentyfour prayermeeting backslider differences Things exchange production products judgment regulating controlS regulating products proposition lopsided ALudicrous Explanation clergyman immediately Accordingly clergyman supposing hymnbook immediately Happy Farmer newspaper industrious SIItotlolfghls stamped package margerine quietness Notice To Contractors Board Education Richmond receive additions White Colored School buildings oclock March Caldwell High School Board reserves right reject successful tractor required satisfactory Board completion before August RICE Secretary 1910 Season 1910 Napoleon 821 Richmond Napoleon Tarkingtons Napoleon Tarkingtons Caldwells Stiggalls BertramNapoleon 2yearold Tennessee experiment breeding Napoleon Napoleon something individual precaution responsible Sundays Roy White RICHMOND KENTUCKY Llmberneck WHICH GIVE Strength Where Strength Needed troubled article texture fitting finish 25Certainly wonderful value Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Home Rem edy- If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr Perry the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recom mended for Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured in your own homo without an inconven ience or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation tf New Equipment The C and 0 in order to properly care for its immense traffic is planning to install in its service large passenger engines to take the place of the double headers now used on the road The new engines will be of the type used on the Northern Pacific and tire Virginian rail ways about eighty feet long and with eight drivers on each side The engineers cab is in front of the engine and each engineer requires two firem- enCommissioners Sale State Bank Trust Co Plaintiff- Xancy vs J Norris Defendant D B Shackelford Plaintiff- vs Nancy J Norris Defendant CONSOLIDATED CASES Under and by virture of a judgment of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at tIe Feb Term 1910 in the above con solidated actions the undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will sell at Public auction to the highest and best bidder in front of the Court House door at about the hour of ten oclock A M Tuesday April 12 1910 the following described property or so much thereof as will satisfy the plain tiffs debt interest and cost amounting to 8138805 Tho undivided one fifth interest of J G Norris subject to the life estate of Nancy J Davis in one hundred and seven and three quarter acres 10734 acres of land described as follows Beginning at a chinquapin tree on Johnson Piggs line on the west side of a large branch thence with Piggs line south 79 east 50 510 poles to a stake a white oak stump N 81 12 E 16 poles to a stake near a white oak tree N 78 E 47 010 to a stake on said Piggs line and corner to the land recently con veyed to Younger Norris by Thos Stone etc N 234 E 159 610 poles to a stake near a small walnut and corner to the 01 and 34 acres of land conveyed to D F Todd by H I Todd and wife thence with the line of 61 34 acres and polesScorner of the 01 and 34 acres S 8 12 W 162 poles to the beginning containing 157 34 acres Said property will be sold on a credit of six months the purchaser being required to execute bond with good secur ity thereon payable to the commissioner and bearing 6 per cent interest from date until paid to have the full force and effect of a judgment and a lien re teined on said property until all the pur chase money is paidH C RICE M C M C C Burglars Open a Safe of tho ordinary kind with ridiculous ease They seldom care to tackle bur glar proof vaults Jike those in the State Bank fi Trust Co Richmond Ky The wise man therefore will open an account there and thus put his money where it is beyond roach of burglars Tho less you have tho less you can afford to lose it J S Stanifer presents for your con sideration all this week a grand dis play of Mens and Boys Spring and extensivelines Thisfirmit can give you better grades at lower prices than any other house Their line of 18 and 20 mens suits are in splendidwhere for less than 2250 to 25 Tire finer suits suits that youd pay 35 and 40 for elsewhere you get here for 25 and 30 They call especial attention to the Adlers Collegian Clothes tile best fitting best wearing and bestappearing clothes Clothingisfind the best grades at prices that simply cannot be met elsewhere They also call especial attention to the lines of clothing for boys between the ages of 7 ami 17 all the newest designs to be found here In fact everIselecting MH buyteg enabled them to select the very best in every re I spect and H lowest prk1esCaU on them to save money dress you from youInwryThe Royal JI V3tnifr Richmond 1lfJ 11F C NW WAll PAPERS bestfactories andinshowing you the largest selection to be seen this side of the cities and all at prices that will please you All Regular Borders Same Price as Papers Wo employ none but tho best paper hangers and we hang your paper at 10 Cents per Roll Walls Borders and Ceilings all She Same Price We Are HeadquartersF- or GlassHousePaint White Lead Linseed Oil Varnish Brushes Etc Philip L WilSgiB 213 W Main Street next door cast of Madison National Bank Local Distributors THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINTS Millinery Opening We will display on Wednesday Thursday March 23 and 24 for the benefit of the trade all that is new and desirable in Pattern Hats Tailored and Trimmed Hats Millinery Nov elties and in fact the most complete line of Millinery ever shown in Richmond Your valued patronage and inspection 01 this display is cordially solicited The Richmond Millinery Conpy McKEE BLOCK An Inexperienced Purchaser uponbykeep nothing but the Best of Meats All tender fresh and of that fine flavor as only choice meats have Our Steaks Chops Roasts etc are as theWhiteof H RH King Edward VH C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Cultonr231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONED ijfe Jewelry for Easter Sifts grows more popular each year It site most lasting and acceptable jiresept you can make In our cases you will find numerous gift suggestions VLockets Necklaces Watches Brooch esitfffs and a hundred others edding Rth- too c for after Easter use cng glnnonl rings for those who plan to w dIterl f jaVEAGER Jf xlfuw- Fs oic x 4ii 0 SectionTwor36t- h THE RICHMOND CLIMAXSef YEARRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1910 NUMBER 42 A New Version of an Old Saying In the Sprint Time Young Womens fancy tobthoughts of dress The most important feature of your Spring dress ii footwear properly fitted and correctly styled We are exceedingly proud of the new low cuts we have to show you this season They are made for us by the exclusive style producers of the world The Julian Kokenge Co in Cincinnati There is a SilKid Shoe for every foot and the Styles are such as no other local dealer will show this year l IThatCall SoonII Get First Choice MENS YOUTHS and LITTLE MENS SPRING Shoes and Oxfords are now ready and we have a large stock to Yforguarantee to give perfect satisfaction for th e price you pay We have them in all leathers and made up in the latest styles Best in QualityPerfectin Fit From the leading manufacturers of the east We have for men the JustRight Shoes at 4 and 5 2 H B Reed at 3 and 350 For boys youths and little men we have BURLEY STEVENSa factory that makes nothing but boys shoes This enables us to give you the best values sible Our experience has taught us that it a takes a good shoe tostand a oyWe have them in all si- zes15OtoS3 of our At of our for of our men men we us one one of so man of it of of our of for be 1 r in as J E L Woods W C Fish W G Cashier O U Terrill Asst Cashier Marion Coy 11 kArnold i B Woods RG Guyn W C Wynn E L Woods W C Fish P Uck j CAPITAL STOCK AND PROFITS Your Banking no matter how large nO matter how small THE BASK will it careful This message to men alike Come is and seo us we arc glad to seeyou The Safest aaA Most Way to ie Yea s Bwfaaiw Is Bask Assets of theT of Stands ready to serve you Your k MnnaeM consistent with safety and to your balance will GIVE A Vr S KKYP- t to Here They Are New SiI Kids Everything in the line of footwear to go with other Spring Goods we are daily All the new pumps all the new ties all the new oxfords now ready strap in patent are very We have a wide variety from I 3to4T- he Sinton one strap pumps made I on the celebrated Hugger last will I not slip at the Oxlbrds Welt for street wear have very with trade We have a splendidassort ment All new ideas fitting low shoes Exclusive Footwear for Easter If you go to church in a pair SilKid Shoes you have a comfortable feeling of being correctly shod Your costume is finished offwith just the right touch you may be sure you are wearing exclusive style The name guarantees the See Our Large Easter Stock i Everything New Thats pring Clothiqg Hots oqd hrnisbings We take pleasure in announcing the arrival Spring and Summer Garments this season the year we always extend earnest and special invitation to everybody to call the purpose seeing splendid display of handsome spring wearables for and little feature i ADLERS Collegian ClothesOur experience has taught to thoroughly respect the wonderful value obtains when he buys a garment of this well known make In quality they have no equal The best of materials throughout is of their strong characteristics When it comes the question style we have never seen garments from any other makers which possess these artistic lines and strongly appeal the young who demands every feature fashion A Visit Here at this Time Will not Only Enable You to Learn by seeing what the correct styles arebut willalso convince you the superiority Clothing Hats and Haberdashery and the fairness prices Come a whole store is aglow with spring freshness Youll more than welcome any time JCt StanIfer Richmon Cor Second and E Main Ky Where is the First Consideration Telephone 675 An A3 CLIMAX Brings Results OFFICERS President VPresident Kemper DIRECTORS J J 8 Burrows ap1c1I If 1G0000 1100000SURPLUS UNDIVIDED DEPOSITS 10000000 Paprussh give attention applies women and always Ceaveaieat Tarevflh a With ample Capital Surplus and with with expertesf Peoples Banks Paint UcKy r btuiaeea invited with the that every accommodation commensurate W ute US TRIAL AND WEWfiL- PHOVKIT PEOPLES BANK PAINT the receiving Two pUmppumps kid popular to select at heel And fashion to to at years Ankle strap pumps will be quite the thing for spring and summer Our stock is now complete See these 219 50 to 3 50 Patent and Kids in dull finishmade on lasts that insure perfect comfort in soles become popular our for spring in foot ofCI Good boys just our Quality The Tramp Shoe L We cannot say enough about this splendid shoe It is ab 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 MISSES 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 looking for here The ankle strap pump will be very good this season Watch our window display for the new styles for spring We have given this line our special attention IPrices Within Reach of All rThe Seal of Exclusive Style 1 Allover the world you will find that the besfdressed women endorse and up hold the SilKid Shoe They find that it fits better holds its shape longer and gives better servicethan any shoe they can buy for the same money Our Stock is Very Complete Now Call and examine the new ideas in low cut effects for Spring You will be pleased beyond measure t THE SIL KID SEAL MEANS iSTYLE EXCLUSIVENESS Be Shoe Particular Wear HSilKidc Opera Hotfse Thurs ay Mar 2SFUN NIGHT FUN NIGHT LAUGH LAUGH and MORE LAUGHS The Merriest of all 1jc 4FIDDLE1- 9 a qHECATAN THEIe fi CkrgeOus3ienes 2QNewSQngs 40PfiojpKi The Sixty rnilea Mi-nuteShowAGirls1 1Tjt sc l J t Pr I SSot15t roo and L50 IIDbt White vKieS WarY minaJ f J t Candiedroils By ARTHUR BINGHAM Copyright 1510 by AmencnnPress Association When I started to practice medicine there was one admonition laid down by tho gentleman who delivered the final address to our class when we were graduated that had greatly im pressed me It was this Remember that mind has a great effect over matter Therefore try to detract so far as possible from the terror your patients naturally have for you as practitioners Above nil things preserve a cheerful exterior The more hopeless a case appears to you the more hopeful appear to be for by giving way to your anticipations you lessen the patients chances for recovery and you may be wrong In your prognosis Do not force pay tients to take your remedies If it can possibly be avoided Rather persuade them or banter them Remedies taken against a patients will are apt not to act as remedies Better a prescription of something to divert the attention from the disease than fix it on that disease by unwelcome doses It seemed to me that there was a lot of common sense in this advice and I cut it out of the printed ad dress and pasted It within my writing desk in order that whenever I opened the desk I saw the injunction staring me in the face so that it was impossible for me to forget it I truly believe I would have built up a large practice by observing it had not that very observation of it on one occasion led to my leaving the profession- I had been practicing but a short time when returning to my office one dnY1 found a note from a stranger stating that a member of his family needed treatment but was much averse to receiving a visit from a phy- sIcIan or taking remedies lie suggest ed that I call without the patients knowing that I was a physician and studying the case without asking for symptoms after the stereotyped med ical fashion This owing to the rule I had laid down was very easy for me I went to the house rang the bell and was admitted to the drawing room where I was received by a very thin woman who did not appear to know my er rand so I told her of the note that had been left at my office She seemed to be slow in understanding meat any rate for some reason did not respond very freely making vague remarks such as Just so A doctor Ill see indicating that she had not been admitted to the confidence of the person who had asked me to call The lady went out of the room and presently returning asked me to walk upstairs I did so and was ushered Into a boudoir where sat a girl who but for a slight paleness did not appear In bad health She was not even In dishabille but the older woman having left me with her it was evi dent that she was the patient I went In armed with my cheeriest smile took the girls hand as a matter of civility thereby getting her pulseIt beat a trifle quicker than normalsat down by her said something to make her laugh and saw that her tongue was slightly coated In this fashion I rat tled on telling her stories and Interest ing her until I had secured her confi dence and a predisposition in my favor Then I said abruptly But youre not looking very well todayThen she told me that her back was troubling her and she slept badly and mentioned symptoms that Indicated to me a condition very common and for which there were a number of simple remedies When I went away I told her that I would send her a box of candled fruit a few of which I thought she would like every dayIThen I left her to have some I intended for her divided between half a dozen real candled fruits and sent them to her with my compliments- I called again soon and asked the lady who had received me how she had managed to impose upon the young lady that I was not n doctor that it was important that I should know what story she had told in order that what I should say would tally with It She told me not to worry about that she had given a good reason for my calls I asked her if I was to see the person who had left word at my office for me to treat the young lady and she said he was away and would be away several weeks By the time he returned I had made love to my patient and she had responded favorably Indeed she sent me to hima mere form she said he being her uncle to ask for her hand I did so announcing myself as the physician he had asked to treat a member of his family Well he asked did you pull the wool over the old girls eyes I didnt understand what ho meant by the old girl but I replied that I had succeeded admirably I went on but when I said something about the young lady he interrupted me Young lady bo hanged Shes fifty rtvc It came out that the elderly woman wasmy Intended patient I had given myself away to her at my entrance and she had taken me to see the young lady asking her to act In her stead The girl from pure mischief consented to do so but there were two of us hoist by our own petard The two older ones were brother and sister the girl was their niece an orphan and possessing a fortune I married her and she preferred that I devote myself to taking care uf her property rather than sendIng pay dents candled fruits I Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against tho state of William 1L Tudor deceased aro hereby notified to fill the same properly verified with the undersigned on or before May 1st IQIQi or thee srtme will bci barred STATE BAN TKCST Co AdmrWmli Tudor deceased BylLRJCunLBV mar JA1t yCashler Lost- FithgratLdNdopolQronlrain a plain biackpooket book containing 10 Liberal reward will bopaid for return of- of samo to this office or Miss Pearl Kindred LqtSaturday oaJrnn pike light overcoat Please return to Glimax office Fire LffevAcci let it1Ienlthlnsar- ancointhtispryl tjifcHiw Coapanies Ww a RrowWus ri gL tf of s fi Tpfeeco cnvas fa wt 8 11 ets tip iBt t J Bake the food at and money dr Noahs Anchors- A story of a pair of anchors is told In the book entitled To Kalrwan the Holy Kalrwan Is the Mecca of the west It Is a city so sacred that women are allowed to move about In It but very little One of the Interesting sights is the Mosque of Emir Ben Said Bon Muphtah This mosque with its six melon shaped domes Is the tomb ot- a most amusing old Moslem who died about the middle of the last century He had great power over the bey and managed affairs according to his own pleasure This Moslem got possession in Tunis of four large anchors which probably belonged to some old menof war abandoned on account of stress of weather The gentleman with the long name was not content with any such prosaic explanation of their origin By means of the labor of Arabs he had the anchors dragged from Tunis and deposited in front of his house The took five months lie then declared them to be the an chors by which Noah fastened the ark to Mount Ararat The relics are now In the mosque of their former owner and are regarded as holy His Rules of Golf A lawyer of considerable prominence took up the game of golf Some of his friends Volunteered of advice whUe another presented to the beginner a book of rules After completing his first round the counselor was asked lthe bad mastered the rules The perspiring lawyer realized the sarcasm of the remark but proved equal to the occasion The rules Oh they are quite simple he replied There are two I know of and to my mind they are the most important You must hit the ball with your club and after you have hit It you must find it of course before you hit it again It will take an honest man several weeks to master these two rules After driving the ball you must hit it wherever It lies Good lies are as Im portant in golf as in fishing Losing a ball costs you two strokes and the pried of the ball Hitting a caddie with the ball is Justifiable homicide New York Tribune Reply There was a time while Lyman Trutnbull was chairman of the senate committee on judiciary that Benjamin Butler was chairman of the judiciary committee of the house It was at this period that a delegation from one of the southern states visited Wash ington with n desire to secure the im peachment and removal of the federal judge of their state They interviewed Mr Butler as to the probability of car rying such a measure through that session dont know was Mr Butlers reply am chairman of the judiciary committee of the house The neces sary action can be had here But Ly man Truuibull is chairman of the senate and Judge Trumbull Is troubled with two things the dyspep- sIa which makes him miserable and conscience which makes him uncer taIn1 Ginsengs Growth The manner ot the ginsengs growth gives it a queer shape and in some vases fabulous value There is first a male root or trunk Then on the sides there will be smaller roots one on a side and by a curious formation the offshoots resemble arms and legs so that the full grown ginseng looks for the world like a human figure The more the fancied likeness to the human form is developed the greater the value according to some of the Chinese The root as an herb has wonderful properties but too so much beyond Is the value of one that looks human The others will cure cancers and all sorts of other diseases but the one having the hu nina shape will keep off devils and all bad luck Argonaut Not His Fault A story is told of a well known Sheffield tenor who when asked to sing nt a dinner although he had no music with him event on to the platform to try He did his best but be broke down in the middle nnd retired He was cheered up by an elderly tuna sitting next to him who tapped him on the shoulder and said Never mind lad thas done thy best but t feller at asked thee to slug owt to be shotLoudon Telegraph Had to Do It nogan Phwat makes ye swally all your dinner iu two minutes Grogan Are yez nIle on a bet GrogaultsI for the good iv me Sure the docther toiild me to rlstan hour afteratiu und how else aiiLpI goInVfo getthl hour torist in onless 01 fiieIoike the dlvittBoslon Trim script i The Higher Court The courts have decided fCiOTwo man has no right to open her bus bands mall Tf r My wife reversed that decision before It was made Houston Post Still Young I am surprised that you are not further You are ex remely backward for your ase1ft tle Girl Yesm Mamma wants to marry again f i A Medical Opinion Doctor bow do you account for the existence of rheumatism The mind my dear sir evolved the 4JMse to fit the wordCfeJcago iw 1 TYe rsMrboabf after all V AISE wiMelt- r tbe levrtet tltMMW lI t 4fjt1 CAKE hot biscuit 4 breadsrcSP lessened in i 9 and increased in 9 Iby OYAL BakiltfPuwder home dk save and health transportation chapters rButlers committee precious Teacher advanced cost WHATS tiood Coal SURE We handle the very best grades including the Cele brated Rich Mountain JELLICO COAL and our prices are as low as can be found anywhere Give us a trial order and we will convince you that our coal is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and prices are just as low Satis faction Guaranteed We also have for you corn hay straw and oats 32 H1Thorpe LO ASPEN AVENUE Phone J84 I910 SEASON 19- 10VERDICT 1621 WILL MAKE TIlE SEASON Dunns Stable on Irvine Pike near 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 lino as any mare or gelding you will see combining all the qualities as to looks breeding stylo and action that go to produeeryouhavoclaim that Verdict carries more of tho WashingtonDenmark brooding will show Verdicts career as a show horse his rarely been equaledwinning as a two yearold and as a threeyearold straight through the fair circuit without a break closing his threeyearold career at the Louisville Horse Show by winning two first ties in his class and winning second in his class for stallions any ago thus going against tho pick of any aged stal lion from Kentucky Tennessee and Mis souri in a ring of fifteen horses Verdicts show career was cut short in 1902 RicllmondInnd season ho showed first at Kirksville whore ho won tho 500 stake for best stallion maro or gelding also first for best aged stallion His second show was at Lexington whore ho won first then to Harrodsburg whore he won first in aged stallions first in sweepstakes 18 entries first in combined ring and first in model ring at tho fair Verdict met kepthimShow for which ho was being especially suporvisionoCMatwon first in colt ring and first in stallion getThe nnd adjoining counties have a rare opportunity to patronize such a stallion as Verdict and have decided to keep him in Madison county permanently sinco as a rule all firstclass stallions are sold at high prices and go to other States There never was a 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 these prices aro obtained It is not what you pay for the season of a colt it is what you get that counts in the long run PEDIGREE Verdict 1021 sired by Cero Gonlo 102 Eaglo74byDenmark 01 Verdicts dam Jay Bird YoungIr 561bybyImpPhnroJenny LynnSOl by Stonewall Jackson 72 by Washington Denmark 04 threotimesthree limes to Washington Denmark thus combining tho blood of two of tho greatest show horses that over lived TERMS Verdict will bo allowed to servo mares at 25 to Insure Mare in Foal in which event a Lien will bo retained on colt for the service Leo and money Caretaken willbeJ M Azbilllf- kjllllI Jii IiItMwcky j UJ oJ YOUR USTFji sLIt IS READY Sunday MItch 27tht is the day when very Ol1ewill- Udike out If you wish to be Sin style on that day it is necessary to have an uptodate Suit J have receivedour new spring and summer line of 6RIFFON BR4NUu and Excellent and Reliable Brand Suits and wIll take pleasure in shpwing them to you i n Bacnelor traveling man indoor man outdoor man troubleavoiding man YOU should wear WUNDEIUIOSE tho darnlcss socksthe Iree from holes kind WUXDERHOSE for MEN are half hose of the very best long fibred elastic twothread yarn with extra heels and toes reinforced with linen thread and died by our own special sanitary process 1 Made in Two Weights Style Illa very light weight fino guage halfhose with double sole in tan greenlavenderStyle 222a medium wcigit forvwih Icr or summer wear in blac tan navy pearl and black with white foot Sizes 9 12 to 12 1 per box of 4 pairs OUR WARRANT To every purchaser asolid box of our Wunderhoso in either mens wo mens or childrens goods wo warrant these goods to wear three months from date of purchase without hiving to be in the foot or we will replace them free of charge For your Easter Hat get an- Enquirer 300 R G and Anler can Beauty Corsets to the Cash E V ELDERMain Richmond Kentucky iii 1p1I1IIio fr Dont get the idea into mind that all yards sell the at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stocked and closer priced all others especially in Lumber and Building Material IIIIIII1IJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU Come in and letus convince will end andyiu hf irs is nut yard your voir v iiss he s risfaetorliy filled As an experiment isnt t t iii- j 4LAN TON COMPANY Telephone 425 4ar L rJ wf New New1 have just opened a large and handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Paper jn the ichle j building on Third street and cordiall invite an in Section of same Wo are prepared to do y FIST CLS PAPER HANGING f iyjbjrtest notice and in the best manner Will appreciato a calL 3lBminberf this paper is in stock and can bo done promptly i SW0 L LEEDS House Painting Decorating Etc Attr icclv Printing Draws Trade Let Us Do Yours We Can Please FRESH OYSTERS tou Q Te buying mended youi than a WODlIEALSCOLD DRINKS GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT Fancy Fruits Candies Ckjars Tobacco Corner Main nndSecondRICHMONDlKYI r 0 m ftt m RRESH OYSTERS Its Building lime t 32 52 If you intendto erect a house store house barn or buildings I wIll be glad to make drawings and submit pica on your work f Repair work neatly zwl promptly clogcFjrJt class work guiateMl Get my wtimatt b1OCt coetracts fcc ayWoe fctkr CtPtfltr line t J4JI jt5rNEL infootwear theltIcoftbeextremestsatjsfactton to us to kuovthatourgnarantees have held good 6 Stoughton Low Cuts The thing for Easter in all tho now shapes 350 and 400 =Emperor Shirts 100 and 125 McCall Patterns 10 and 15c Respectfully Submitted Trade Street goods perplexities Depot EVERYTHiNG Croceries other making GRACE BEFORE MEALS l A Prayer That Was Retrospective as Well as Prospective Most small boys and niany other people toohave experienced the mortification that comes from be ginning a meal before the blessing is said urn usual reason for saih a breach of etiquette is that the small hOJor the other person did not know that the blessing was going to be said The awkward feeling that is cure to follow such a blunder cannot be helped but it may be mitigated On one occasion says Mr Adlai E Stevenson in Something 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 1 am humiliated at my conduct 1 should have remembered that Pres byterians always say grace before mealsTo this Knott replied You ought not to feel EO That blessing of Dr Bullocks was broad and general in large measure restrospec tive as well as prospective It reminds 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 falleainto the habit of commencing his met before the blessing had been full invokedThe frown and the rob v good deacon were ot no sr fecting the desired refr eously indignant the de spirit possibly not the inn at length gave utterance tel tition For what we arpnbnf ceive and for what WfllUini has already received accept thanks 0 Lord l fKnott said one of the guests you are the only man on earth who could have thought of s cha story at just the opportune moment The temporary depression vanish edand tho premature guest was himself again and was soon the life of the assemblage Ancient Paper Money Marco Polo the celebrated Venetian traveler was the first to an nounce to Europeans the existence flt paper money in China under the Moguls The fact has induced the belief that the Moguls were the originators of it But in the his tory of TcningbizKhan of the Mo gul dynasty in China published in tho year 1739 the author speaks of the suppression of the paper money which was in use under the dyriasty of the Sung who reigned in China previous to the Moguls and be also mentions a new species of notes which were substituted for the old Ik the year 12C4 Motherly Enceuragernest Mother she said with a little etch in her voice Tin beginning to be almost afraid the count wants me only because Jie thinks he can geta lot of fatherSlnoney with me aMy dear child dont worry about that Yiflur is enough of t business maaL to get him at the lowest j Mibl0figurej and the titlo will b just As laiwh yaari if- rrJ fee pU br money uit ovJd b If Miook Y bcu e OI J1 a 0 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 entering into the manufacture of this terrible explosive or how it is mad Giant Hercules Jupiter and Atlas powders are all in fact dynamite differing principally in the percentage of nitroglycerin they contain and consequently the de gree of danger incidental to their handlingNitroglycerin covered by an Italian chemist iu 3b ii a compound of ordinary glycein and nitric acid and is the irigrtuient which gives to dynamite its explo siTe strength Nitroglycerin alond 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 patent exploders Nitroglycerin 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 of microscopic sili ceous shells which have lost their living creatures The cellular parts receive the nitroglycerin and hold it by capil attraction This earth is very lilweigIlt Nitrogl has a sweet are matic Pn Kte and the pe culiar property easing a violent headache ifaSIl quantity is placed on the tongue or wrist It freezes at 40 degrees J becoming a white half crystallized mass which must be melted by the application of water at a temperature of 100 degrees PNew YorkTimcs How Coal Was First NamedI Curiously the wordcoal was in use long before as well as long after the commencement of the coal trade with a meaning quite differ ent frQm that which it now has The term originally belonged to particular charred 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 Itwould seem that from bay lug been gathered in early times on the seashore more especiallyof Northumberland along with sea weed and other wreckage east up by the waves this peculiar substance was supposed to be of marine origin Prom this circumstance and its re semblance to wood coal in color and burning properties it obtained then of sea coal by which it was so long and so widely known Then in the course 9ltimeas the new fuelgained uponwI supers thc old th simpl MBI of c l be came uniYe transferred to it Mci 2 7 s 0 0 i CLEARANCE SALE Begining Monday January 4and Ending February 24 All articles on which we feel ourselves overstocked will be marked down to prices that will sell tham 8 day Iron Clocks worth 1000 Sale Price u 600 8 day Wood Clocks worth 4 and So Sale Price S3 ndS4 Brass Jardioers and Brass Gern Dishes worth 25Oto8SalePrice125 toSS Everything will be reduced in proportion Splendid oppor tutlity to get goods of quality at bargain pr- icesLELANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street F=== ======= THE MASKED WOMAN By AUCE T SHERWIN Copyright 1310 by American Press Association During the protectorate of Oliver Cromwell there appeared In one of the stalls or shops as we would call them in the Royal Exchange London a masked woman who sold small arti cles such as gloves laces neckwear and other goods called by the Britons haberdashery One tiny the Marquis of Lorenton who since the defeat of the Cavaliers had kept himself away from London passed that way The estates of his father the Duke of Ethelstone had been forfeited on account of the fam ilys adherence to King Charles I and the marquis was in sad straits for a living Hq stopped at the stall of the masked woman as she was univer sally known and entered into conver sation with her pricing such articles as he saw on her counter Then with a sigh he turned away saying I would fain buy of your goods mistress but I am without means Select what you wish sir and pay when Charlie comes home Now the term when Charlie comes home meant In those days when Charles eldest son of the beheaded king and legitimate heir to the throne Is recalled to assume his rights as sovereign of England I see said the marquis that you are a royalist Mayhap you are like myself an impoverished noble- I am a royalist but I am simply the masked woman making an honest living These gloves would I think fit you Will you let me try them on your handi- The marquis permitted her to try the gloves on him but not with the ex pectation of buying them He liked to feel her fingers on his own There she said when she had fin ished Us a perfect fit Take them and pay as I said when Charlie comes home But the marquis stubbornly refused to accept credit especially from a commoner for the woman bad said II am simply the masked woman and he went away But there was something in the fig tire the voice the carriage of the masked woman that appealed to him in a way he could not account for Wherever he went the masked woman in fancy went with him Waking or sleeping he saw her moving about in her little booth and heard the sweet sounds of her voice againIling that he came to look over her goods though In reality ho came to getanotber glimpse of her What can I sell you this morning she said Indeed Mistress Masked Woman I know not your nameI am loung- Ing today and I like to come here to see you sell your wares I would that I could give you my custom but alas I have none to give The Round- heads have taken my all Mayhap they have spent it for psalm books What they have spent it for I know not but this I knowIt is hard for me who have always had a sufficiency to get on with nothing May I sell you the gloves toddy Alas I have no more the where withal to pay for them than when I was here before The masked woman took up the gloves the marquis had tried on the day before and making them into a packet handed them to him Would you give a poor woman pleasure she asked softly I would not rob a poor woman he replied drawing back I ask you to permit me to do yon this favor There was that in her tone which appealed to hjm He took the packet and kissed the hand that gave it The marquis was seen no more at the masked womans stall after that for some time Then one day he drove up In his carriage and pur chased the whole stock of the masked woman When she congratulated him on coining to his own he told her tint a cousin had died and left him a leg acy When the marquis drove away ho did not take the stock with him though he left the money for it That was his last visit to the masked womans stall for soon after Charlie camo home There was great rejoicing among the Cavaliers that after the rule of the Puritans the rightful king had returned from France Then the masked woman disappeared from the exchange But the marquis thought of her by day and dreamed of her by night His estates were restored to him but he was not satisfied because he longed for her and knew not where to find her lOne evening he drove to a fete given by the king The young dowager Duchess of Abcrglld whose husband had fallen In the late war wta pres cut and approached the marquis Havqyou still the gloves she ask archlyThe recognized her voice as soon as she spoke I have he re plied but have never worn them II hold them too precious to be used The duchess having been cut off from her Income during the protecto rate had he choice of emigrating to France anllthero being supported by the French king or earning her own living Ske had cbeeen tho latter al ternative Before tte wnttpia came Into the dtlketlMli laarrkd the masked wo ma FAKM GQOKHl GAk1EI1 BY FETRIGG REGISTER ROCKFORDIA ijrCORRESPONDENCE 5QLJCITE9J This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission- AbULTEt1ATION OF MILK A Missouri reader of these notes writes Inquiring If there Is any aim pIe and correct way of ascertaining whether sweet milk has been adulterated In several states the pure food laws require that milk shall contain not less than 3 per cent of butter fat nor less than 12J per cent of milk sol- Ids The butter fat content Is readily determined by the Babcock test which is simply made by adding to a gradu ated test tube of the milk three or four drops of concentrated sulphuric ncld which causes the fatty content to separate as yellow butter oil and rise to the top of the tube when the proportion it bears to the whole can be easily determined If the butter fat content is less than 3 per cent there is good reason for believing that the milk has been adulterated or is from a mighty poor cow Tho milk solids are readily determined by the Qnevenne lactometer and we are in debted to Professor Mortensen direct or of the department of dairying at the State college at Ames la for the following directions for using It Take a glass or tin cylinder one and a half inches in diameter and one inch high and fill about threefourths full of the milk to be tested The milk should be thoroughly mixed before the sample is taken and be at a temperature of degrees F though the reading may be taken from 50 to 70 degrees The lactometer Is placed in the milk and the reading taken after it hID floated in the milk for a minute At the same time theresbould be a reading of the temperature on laeItometerarc one twotenth times the per cent of fat to onefourth of the lactometer reading For example If the lactometer reading is 32 and thu fat according to the Bab cock test is 4 per cent the total solids would be equal to 4 X 12 plus 32 + 4 or 48 plus S or 128 If the tempera ture of the milk Is above degrees F onetenth shonld be added to the lactometer reading for each degree above and if the temperature is below degrees onetenth should be sub tracted from the lactometer reading for each thermometer degree below For example if the lactometer reading at G5 degrees F Is 32 the corrected reading would be 32 plus fivetenths or 325 and if the reading of the lac- tometer Is 55 degrees fivetenths should be subtracted from 32 which would make the correct reading 315 HOW TUBERCULIN IS MADE There seems to be an idea In the minds of some that the injection of tuberculin into the system of a cow which docs not have tuberculosis may in some mysterious way develop the disease In her This is a wrong idea as will be understood from a description of the method of preparing the serum given below taken from a bul letin recently published by Dr C II Stangc of the IQwa Agricultural college at Ames A bouillon is prepared with beef or veal infusion containing from 4 to 0 per cent of glycerin This Is placed in flasks and sterilized heated to a temperature sufficient to kill all living organisms It is then inoculated with a pure culture of tho tubercle bacillus and kept in an incubator at OS de grees P In the course of a few weeks the tubercle bacilli will have formed a coarse granular scum on the surface Tho contents of the flask are now poured into a porcelain dish and heated until evaporation reduces it to onetenth of Its volume It is then filtered through a porcelain filter The liquid passing through the filter Is tuberculin The heat required to concentrate the fluid before filtration Is sufficient to kill all bacilli while the filter removes all the dead bacilli Tuberculin is therefore the bouillon in which the tubercle bacillus has been and contains the toxic material produced by Its growth but the heat to which the preparation is subjected effectively destroys alt germ life CHEAP SEED CORN If reports from those parts of the corn belt which were by the killing October freeze are to bo believ ed 10 Is about the price which will be paid for seed corn showing an aver age test of 95 per cent Buying seed corn at this figure is expensive busl ness but It comes a long way from being as expensive a proceeding as planting in good soil two dollar seed corn that will test but 50 per cent and that Is neither good nor strong In buying seed corn the coming spring it will IJewell to keep clearly In mind the fact that one bushel of good seed will plant seven acres which even on the 310 basis makes the cost of seed per acre but 143 The question for the farmer t0 settle would seem to be whetMr the twenty to thirty bushels extra that fc will get from planting eec4 tliatTrtH grow are worth 75 centa WHEN YOU WANT PRINTINGfCONSULT THE fHE CLIMAX i 6 The moet wholesome Inftcencethat can coHjo Into the life of any person Is a condition In which he is called upon to work for another There Is ice onco satisfaction and zest in such atI Milk sweet or sour Is a most valuable adjunct in the ration for the flock of hens and should be provided for them whenever possible It furnishes them food elements IDa form which they relish and which is at the same time easily digested and assimilated There Is surely an African In the wood pile when the growers of potaItoes get but 35 cents per their tubers f o b In October and the consumer has to pay from 125 140 per bushel for the same toIwhen they aro delivered at his door three months later by the local groceryman For all practical purposesand thIsIholds whether the animal be of roadster or draft typea horse Is valu able in jus the proportion that thoIfeet and legs on which he stands strong and sound For this reason in the judging of the merits of sire and dam and the worth of their get this important t olnt can be given hardlyItoo much attention All too many farmers in the corn belt have yet to learn the several adIvantages coming from adopting a of soil tillage which makes possible the growing of 1000 bushels of corn on fifteen acres Instead of sprawling it over forty or fifty acres Such an agricultural reform would mean not only a vastly greater economy in the use and working of land and care of the crops but a corresponding increase in satisfaction on the part of the pro prietor One of the largest irrigation projects in the world has been under construction during the past year and a half on the MurrUmbldgee river In New South Wales The dam which Ts lo cated at Carr n Joel will cost when completed 7600000 and will store water enough to irrigate and make available for settlement I3o8000 acres of land The cost of this dam is al most twice that of the celebrated Salt river dam near Phoenix Ariz the largest enterprise of Its kind in the United States- Considering the difficulty which is often experienced In carrying the can na through so long n dormant period without serious impairment of vital- Ity it may be well to put the roots in soil in small pots or in a box large enough to accommodate several roots and place themln a rather cool light room where the bulbs will sprout but Where their development will be slow Later as the time approaches when they may bo transferred to the open ground with the danger of frost past they may be given warmer quarters A few crystals of potassium per manganate placed in the drinking wa ter for the poultry make it an excel lent disinfectant which cleanses the mouth and throat and will kill germs of roup that may be present If the nasal passages are badly affected relief will come from forcing into the nostrils a few drops of a 5 per cent solution of carbolic acid and a 5 per cent solution of copper sulphate mixed by means of a fine pointed oil can or atomizer Besides this treatment the sick fowls shonld be kept by them place selves in a dry and well ventilated There is no system or method of selecting public servants that will of Itself insure the election of clean and honest men to office unless it Is back ed by voters who are alert honest and actively Interested in the problems of popular government The primary election system admittedly the best triedIwill harvest grain without horses to pull it Along this line the farmer the tradesman and the professional man have an equal responsibility in the at tainment of good government The black color of the surface soils found in many sections is due to the presence of humus the decaying and decayed vegetable matter the accumulation of many years White soils are usually of a sandy character red soil of decomposed granite or clay while the gray soils often noticed in western states are composed of volcanic ash While black soils are usually fat and rich in humus in no sense do they surpass the red or gray soils when it comes to other fertilizing elements True they often lack nitrogen but this deficiency is made good by the appli cation of manures and the growing of legumes A query that naturally comes to one who feels an interest in the soil beneath his feet is that having to do with its origin Subsequent to the epoch where the stuff of which the old earth was made took form and sub stance the earth masses were of rocky formation but as a result of processes partly chemical and partly physical extending through millions of years and including the work of heat and frost of rain and snow of flood and glacier they were disintegrated and reduced to a fineness which made possible the nourishment of plant life Before this disintegration of rock masses was far advanced vegetation appear cd helping In the further work of dis integration and adding to the rock soil the other element necessary in giving us the soli of the agriculturist hu mus Many of these processes are still In operation and soil making in a very true sense goes on under our very feet To Horsemen The Climax calls attention of horse men to the fact that we have just re ceived new typOtc and are better prepared than oeo print horse anti jack cards Our prices are very reason able and the quality rthe work can not be equaled Wo will save you money and give you a good job of work tf Alcohol not needed Ayers Sarsaparilla js not a strong drink As now made there is not a drop of alcohol in it It is a nonalcoholic tonic and alterative Ask your own doctor about your taking this medicine for thin impure blood Follow his advice every time He knows Wo knblua our ferMlM We bak tlMl A froour I4s yegw =NMr 7K1 iIT Ak your doctor What Is the rstptrule ot health Nine doctor ottt Il- n willqukklyrelly Ibeb- pcnhir Then ask hint seedier tt atA thick l Ayf fOi cjts cu I f II Good Things to tIThaf ell we carry Whether Its staple like sugar or a fancy table dell like cheese we have it dependableEverymust stand rigid Each article aamlnaUonIbrands offered proved its superior Each brand competes for preference and none a place on our shelves I it it fails to measure up to our standard of quality blghIOne of the recent successful coutest ants for representation in our line is IIIIIfThe Elects process slowcookingBud drycuring preserves the genuine entIce improves In using Electa Coffee are sure of the finest qualitya satisfaction that in itself would make Elect worth more t than other coffees Compare It with any you ever drank before like the rousing and the clorioos aroma Tat e S o nl Telephone 35 I t pp pp a Special Attention is called to the Wm J Oliver IMPROVED CHILLED PLOW the best on the market We Also Handle the Vulcan and All Vulcan Repairs Taylor Oldham Dealers in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street State Bank and Trust Company Richmond Kentucky It is always cheapest in the long run toI gel the We do the very b- estConcrete WorkGive us your order and you will be well pleased and thoro satisfiedR Stone PhOne4- 32James Hunley- Will buy of sellyour house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed ELECT 1fCOFFEE vortand unquestionably Plow best Keep Track of Your Easter Spending by paying tho bills by a check on this Bank Then youll know where every dollar goes and for what And as you foot up tho amounts in the stubs of your check book youll not bo so apt to spend more than you intended to Havent an accountt Then why not start ono at once Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKlllipp College ot Chicago Il- lVeterinary Surgeon Office at J R Azbills Stable lRes Richmond Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephon 267 Office in Oldham Building O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICRMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Surcessor Borgia Ien- nyDENTIST Over State Bant Trust Company TKLEPSONE A SULLIVANr ATTOBNEYATLA SlOHMOND KENTUCKY Jffice over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on MainS reet rWe are Receiving the Choicest Lot of Fruit I vAJf cest brands ot Fancy Groceries We jf I make it a point to combine quality with quantity andalways at the low i Jest of market prices See our beautiful line of J Queensware Wooden Granite and Willow W- areJSEWELLMcKINNEY J t GROCERStc Telephone 223 Representative of the National Cooperative Companydl 258 E Main Street Richmond Ky I hye opened my Real Estate office and will be lladw leeye your list of For Sale or Rent Property City Prti priyor Farm Lands SEaye arranged to have prepefi piiwlwrU8e t in borne papers and National Bulletin y JI lI1CTBD1u AiII t M y f 1 i g c 0 I iI r I- ijPb Its tr il j Jit L TT 1 r rr r r East End MittsJ B Sanders Co Props Richmond Kentucky We are in the market for Wheat and Corn at i the highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times Flour Meal Shfpstaff9hiclfen Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour We make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn accomodate the firm i4 trade Our Motto is Live anti Let IiveiGive us a chance nnd watch us grow jr B Sanders GoLocated nt R R Crossing on IrrlneStrect i Pohne57 Rfaiunond Kentucky t I BestGroceries s I AT THE t Lowest Prices rimay always be foundat cur store We handle the best goods on the markets 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 tritl order will satisfy you that we strive to please Your patronage appreciated JAMES B PARKE cCASH STORE Phone 621 FIRST STREET t M WIDESIn the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats Etc Be sure and call me over phone before selling as I can saVE you money M WIDESTELEPHONE 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY A Great Success Our Clearance Sale has been the most suc 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 1plyyourself while you can get advantage of our special sale prices N V WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc CU TIS BRONCHITIS THREE SIZES 2Sc SOc AND 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUI3 M- Ofro1d and Recommended b1PERRY THOMAS J B Walker takes pleasure in inviting you j to his r New Homeon Second Street His Spring Line is Coming haEI the latchstring is always out iYouwill find his Assortment Good Models Beautiful Dresses Perfect Prices Lowest His Suits have class your opinion is wantedand it is a pleasure i Jtoplease you JfiS f Fitting by Mrs MOre the besf 1385ecd3treet 4X- yr I L 1 t 1 I = i Nbtke to Cr ftocs person having claims against tho IAU ot WHI Hamm deceased will sa e to undersigned on or bor tore March 23 1910 verified required bylaw or sasaewill bobarreci Those indebted to the estate are requested to All and settle 4t W M CREEKJIOBE Admr Lovers- of good health eliould prevent eicknesB instead of letting tberacelves get sick and then try to cure it So long as you your liver bowels and stomach in healthy and active condition you wont eet sick BiMardsIlorhine relieves constipation inactive liver and all stomach and bowel troubles Sold by H L Perrv mlm Embroidery- With tho approach of Spring and Easter the feminine mind naturally turns to dainty beautiful lingerie Nothing is so charming and suitable as hand embroidery Miss Eva Roberts has a full lino of new patterns and is prepared to do stamping at reasonable prices She carries a full line of embroider materials and will be glad to have her friends and patrons call when in need of any stamping flosses or other materials Miss Roberts carries only the newest designs Give her a call Residence First street in the rear of White Wines Drugstore tf Eggs For Sale From pure bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocksand single comb Brown Leghorn 1 per setting of 15 eggs or40 eggs for 2 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys Mrs Wallace Gilbert fO2m R D No 3 Richmond Ky Race Suicide is not nearly the menace to increase in population that deaths among in fants are Eight out of ten of these deaths are directly or indirectly caused by bowel troubles McGees Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea djsen tary sour btomacb and all infant ailments of this nature Just the thing for teething babies Price 25c and 50c per bottle Sold by H L Perry mIm With The New Firm Mr Charlie Sharp who met with an accident in a runaway last year losing the sight of his eyes a short time ago made arrangement with B H Luxon Bro whereby he obtained a small commission on every load of coal ho sold for this firm On the purchase of Mr Luxons business by Broaddus Vaughn he made the same arrangement with them and takes this method of notifying the public that he is endeavor ing to make an honest living in this manner and solicits your orders Call on or telephone No 007 j10tf Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly Notice All persons knowing themselves indebted to Douglass Culton must settle 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 H DOUGLASS C C CBLTOX Notice to Creditors- All persons having claims agains the estate of W A Thomas deceased are hereby notified to file the same proper ly verified with the undersigned on or before April 1st 1010 or the same will be barred State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky Admr of W A Thomas by R E TOBLET 23ftf Cashier Eggs for Sale From pura bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn 81 per setting of 15 eggs or 40 eggs for 82 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys and Muskogee flying ducks Prices on eggs quoted on application Mrs Wallace Gilbert 2 03 mo R n No 3 Richmond Ky Cures babys croup Willies daily cuts and bruises mamas sore throat grandmas lameness Dr Tnomas Eclectric Oilthe great household remedy mlm Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouthrock eggs for sale nl 75 cents a setting W 0 Burke 303m RD 2 Richmond For Sale Large Tufts double Soda Fountain cheap Aplly to Alex O Red it1 131 First St Richmond Ky mchO31 Torturing eczema spreads its burn ing area every day Deans Oint mont quickly slops its spreading instantly relieves the itching cures it peinasently At any drug store If you send your laundry to the Normal City Laundry you have chance to get an elegant Piano free of cost A Swollen Jaw is not pretty nor pleasant Whether hs caused by neuralgia toothache or accident Ballards Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling and relieve the pain Thegreat and sure cure for I heumat lm cuts burns bruises scald I byHLFor Sale high bred EnglishSetter Lhvellcn Puppies Count Ladyslono Oakley lull Breeding both families high class field dogs full Tabulated pcdegreo furnished Address C II Bowyer 140 West Short St Lexington Ky 2m3t Coughs That Hang On Coughs start In the fall and hang on until Bptlnp are sure trouble breeders unless cl ecked and cured Bronchitis pneumonia and consumption are the HonevanlTarhardbrtathingandinflamed air passages Is mildly Jax systernbyStocktotlk A Timely Protection Every Be knows the after effects of La Grippe are often more dangerous than the dieease So beartlactlOtIIY6te117N1ldqt Money alTar awl refuse wbetittttes Said bS4 ektba4c 8oft11iR For Safe ifae Afriean geese tp Me a plow Io 1II8M twu eir bt g OfSISI M c- v iD dUm lliilf L IttsYour Kidneys Dont Mistake the Cause Of Your Troubles Many people neversuspect their kidneys If suffering from a lame weak or aching back they think that It is only a muscular weakness when urin ary trouble eels in they think It will soon correct itself And so it is with I all other svuiptoms of kidney disorders That is just where the danger lies You must cure these troubles or they may lead to diabetes or Bright disease The best remedy to use IB Doans Kidney PI Is It cures ill ails which are caused by weak or diseased kidneys Residents cf this vicinity are constantly testifying to permanent cures Thcs Elkin Danvitlo St Lancaster says For a great many years I was a sjtiUerer from kidney complaint Until a year ago I had such severe pains in the small of my back that I was hardly able to get about The many remedies tried failed to help me and on tba advice of a friend I procured a box cf Doana Kidney Pills and commenced their use In a short time I improved and it was not long before 1 was rpetored to good health I give Doans Kidney Pills the credit for the great change nnd recommend them as a reliable kidney remedy For sale by all dealers Price 50 els FosterMilburu Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United Stats Remember the nameDoans and take no other mlin Are you saving your coupons given on the piano by the Normal City Laundry Its a fine instrument and everybody has an equal chance to get it j122t A Collectors Bargain Lcrd Spencer of Althorp one of the greatest of book collectors was at home only in his own field One day in browsing about Bond street Lon don he went into the shop of a dealer In bricabrac The dealer who knew him by sight said persuasively Here Is a fine bit of pottery which your lordship really ought to have and you shall have it very cheap only 2 guineas So Lord Spencer bought it and took it home and set It in a high place One day a connoisseur of china paid him a visit and Lord Spencer showed his bargainWhat you give for it1 asked theconnoisseurTwo answered Spencer rather proudly Hm said the connoisseur At that price the marmalade should have been included What do you mean Why that precious piece of yours is nothing more or less than a shil ling marmalade pot with a green thistle painted on It- Silencing the Questioners- A French gentleman who had been with M de Talleyrand for twenty years accompanied him to the congress at Vienna after Napoleons exile to Elba People naturally concluded that this long intimacy had made him familiar with a number of particulars of the ministers life and bearing also npon the events with which he had been mixed up Worried with ques tions the friend Invariably replied that be knew nothing but the questioners would not be satisfied and returned to the charge Very well finally said Talleyrands confidant Ill tell you a peculiar nnd altogether unknown fact in connection with 21 dc Talleyrand Since Louis XV hes the only man who can open a soft boiled egg with one backward stroke of his knife without spilling a drop of the contents of the shell That Is the only peculiarity I know in con nection with him Discretion had scored a decisive vie tory From that moment the questions ceased The Sting of Ingratitude- A young physician in the cast side New York city spends much time in charitable practice says the Newark Star In fact he sometimes gives to a poor patient enough money to pay for prescriptions Im not getting rich he explains but I simply cant see them suffer for medicines that may put them on their feet again Not many days ago the doctor had occasion to visit a woman who occu pied one small tenement room with her three children After making out n prescription be gave her 2 telling her to buy the medicine and to use the change fox needed food On the following day as he was about to en ter the tenement for a second call he- met the tenyearold daughter of the patientHow is your mother ho inquired of the chlig Oh shes all well was the answer She look the 2and got a real doctor When to Stop Advertising An English Journal requested a num her of the largest advertisers to glvo their opinions concerning the best time to stop advertising and the following replies were received When the population ceases to multi ply and the generation that crowded on after you and never heard of you stops coming on When you have convinced every body whose life will touch yours that you have better goods and lower prices than they can get anywhere else When y n stop making fortunes sole ly through the direct use of this mighty agent When younger and fresher houses In your Hue ceaso starting up When you would rather have your own way and fall than take advice and win Naohville American The Ingenious Magpie The magpie Is nothing It not Ingen- Ious He always barricades his bulky nest with thorn branches so that to plunder It Is by no menus an easy mat ter but when circumstances oblige the pie to build in a low bush or hedge an absence of lofty trees being a marked feature of some northern lo calities ho not only interlaces hIs home but also the entire bush In a most formidable manner Nor does he stop here To make assurance dou lilA sure he fashions a means of exit as well as nu entrance to the castle so that if disturbed he can slip out by his back door as It were London Graphic Join and the Franchise A woman suffrage lecturer In Eng land recentiy brought down the house with the following argument I have no vote but my groom has I have a tJcstableshim and say John will you exercise the franchise he would reply Please mum which horse be that A Real Regret Editor I an obliged to decline your poem wJth thanks lam very sorry bat Poet But what Editor The decMMagan Elevating Wfesr The man who loves a weaa WaggAdtheapt to be sent up too PMkMtefcjWa Record The pIrletan q t- t tMM ttM te fliiJf J n t 4L 1rArflIt allb V FETRIGG REGISTER RGCKTORDIA CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED j k This matter must not bo reprinted with out special permission SOME OHIO SPRAYING RESULTS When the average orchard owner who has not been spraying his trees Is broached on the question of spray ing quite naturally one of the first points he raises is Does It payr With a view to giving nu emphatic affirmative answer to this question a number of the state experiment stations have during the past three or four years conducted most instructive cooperative spraying experiments in which the matter seems to have been given very conclusive demonstration Of the above type of experiments were those conducted by the Ohio sta ion in 1007 Twelve acres of an or chard near Amherst were selected for the experiment the trees being twenty feet in height and having about an equal spread of top A few trees Trcro left unsprayed for purposes of comparison At harvest time 2000 bushels of perfect ayples were gathered a conservative estimate of tho gain due to spraying being 1400 or over 5100 per acre anl this after the cost of spraying amounting to 125 bad been subtracted Set as this orchard was In the midst of many other unsprayed orchards the demonstration was very convincing and as a result of the showing made many orchardlsta of the state were convinced of the practical value of spraying and took the work up the following year The av erage of picked sound fruit at harvest time on all the trees sprayed was 00 per cent while the same average for the unsprayed trees wns less than 58 per cent The main fit proved in connection with this work Is that if one has an orchard which is worth anything at all he cannot afford to leave it unsprayed as so doing will reduce both the quantity and quality of LIs fruit below the point where he can successfully compete with the growers of clean fruit On the other hand if the orchard Is too far gone to justify the expense of spraying it were better cut out and converted into stove wood as it is merely an Incum brance on the ground HOW IT WAS GROWN When one reads of an exceptional yield of grain or corn an interest very naturally attaches to the methods fol lowed in producing It For this reason those who have read the previous reference in these notes to the authenticated yield of 154 bushels of corn se cured from a single acre by John Sund berg will be interested in knowing how It was grown The ground on which this flue yield was produced was second bottom Missouri valley soil which had been in clover pasture some five years preceding It was plowed in the fall and in the spring it was given the usual thorough preparation for corn Including disking and harrowing An acre and a half were chosen In the rich est part of the field one acre being laid out for the actual test The grower figured outin advance Just how many plants he would have to have to pro duce 150 bushels at harvest To this were added n sufficient number of ker nels to make up for those that for one cause or another would fall to pro duce ears lIe planted the corn early In May using a drill and double plant- Ing so that the rows were twentyone Inches apart the kernels being dropped eighteen inches apart In the row The cultivating was done with a sIn- gle horse and a five tooth cultivator this being given at frequent Intervals so as to keep the soil loose and moist At husking time an actual count showed 11SSO stalks with cars averaging in weight 144 unccs The land was re measured and the corn weighed In the presence of n justice of the peace The variety planted was Holds Yellow Dent It is interesting to note in connection with this yield that It was just about six times the average yield per acre for corn the country over It Is wcrth remembering too that In addition to using the finest pure bred seed obtain able the corn was grown on a very rich piece of bottom land and was given ideal cultivation When corn growers will give more heed to the three factors here mentioned in the crowIng of their corn the yield of this Ireat cereal will be materially In ircased DOES CLIMATE CHANGE An inspection of meteorological records made In scmlarld sections during the past fifty years seems to give lit tIe encouragement to the theory that the breaking up of the soil In those sec tions and the growing thrcou of tilled crops tend to Increase the actual amount of rainfall from year to year The most that can be fairly said seems to be that tillage of the soil In see lions of shot rainfall makes possible 1 maximum utility of the moisture that does fall while there Is little question that mellow soil and growing crops serve to reduce sonwwhat the withering effect of hot south winds in that they tend to lessen rather than Increase their capacity to absorb moisture Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Lite Insurance Co will loan money at per cent interest on good improvedaim lands on Mortgage Apply lo J Co Chenanll Atty 09if 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but any fellow who is esssged In It has the consolation of knowing that ho has a lot of company In his misery Clinical Is generally recognized as a most valuable food for the dairy cow In the furnishing of needed pro tein to the ration A handful given the horse once a week Is a benefit and tends to keep him in a thrifty condition There are a good many breeders which seem to be slow In learning the lesson that they should keep for breeding purposes and not sell the best Individuals which they produce It Is hard to refuse a long price for a fine animal but here Is a case where a fellows farsIghted self Interest ought to serve him well The average cost of hauling a ton of freight a mile by railroad Is 7S mills while the cost of moving it the same distance by wagon is 23 cents In the difference between these figures lie the chief argument and motive for better roads The question is a vital our that all who haul produce to market should bo interested in Amber which Is merely fossilized resin the sappy product of certain coniferous trees Is found In but few places Among them are a portion of the Baltic sea coast near Koenigs burg and the Island of Santo Domin go Tbe amber Is usually found In flattened egg shaped lumps varying in size from a pea to a mans fist These are dull on tho exterior and are covered with a sort of brownish crust The quite common hit and go miss method of testing seed corn in which the corn Is shelled first and tested aft erward will spell disaster for a good many the coming season Under this system there Is no way of eliminating the dead or weak germed kernels which can anly Incumbcr the planter boxes and decrease the stand If all of the seed com Is planted the coming spring that has been saved regardless of its germinating quality plates with holes large enough to accommodate the end of a broomstick will have to be used In the planter boxes Scientists who are making a thor ough investigation of pellagra the disease which has lately made its ap pearance In this country and owes its origin to the eating of moldy corn and corn products seem to think It has Its counterpart in the blind staggers which afflict horses and similar nil ments of some other domestic animals diseases which they hope to prove are superinduced by eating moldy corn Whether the connection between the diseases can be established or not an Interesting field for investigation has certainly been opened The other day we came across the case otn breeder of blooded hogs and cattle who It Is said does him self a positive Injustice financially because he does not have his animals in even fair condition at sale time We heartily commend in any breeder the practice of not pampering or over feeding animals that are to be offered for sale but there is a happy and en tirely commendable medium that lies between these twonamely the giv ing of the blooded stock that care from day to day which will enable them to mae a gocd showing at sale time and walch will at the same time give their owner the return to which he Is justly entitled At a sale of Polled Angus cattle of which we r ad an account the other day where the animals disposed pf were brought across the state line without proper inspection about n dozen of the animals were seized by the veterinary authorities of the state in which the sale was held and sub jected to the tubercular test Of this number ten animals were found more or less affected with tuberculosis some so seriously that no portions of their carcasses were fit for food This case Is cited for the purpose of indicating the risk that the IurehaserottuU blooded stock runs and the wisdom there Is In his insisting on a health certificate from a reliable veterinary authority before he pays the long price usually asked for such animals The North Dakota experiment sta tion baa bell making a study of cia ver growing and In n report recently issued states that clover can be grown over the greater part of that state provided the land is prepared for the purpose by soil Inoculation with clover bacteria The laud should be prepared as It would be fur garden purposes and on this then should be scattered from a field where clover bacteria are known tot present soil at the rate of from 100 to 200 pounds pet acre either after sunset or on a cloudy day as the direct rays of the sun quickly kill the bacteria This inoculated soil should be borrowed ta aa soon as possible antI the clover seed sOw at the desired number quarts per acre The station tiffprs to send the in oculated soil to residents of state free beyond the cost of freight Sand packing Where one cannot let the Qlltromantestablished ScM tile nI- trogen culture which cornea fe a small scaled tube and la diluted la a sototkw in which the clover seed U etot coed Just before sowing way be bi by cndlnr to the department ef agricul ture at Washington D C Notice to Creators All persons having etelmc iMttlftrmyof 1sf Stcvc bT r4et 4 to 11Jhonpr4lbaisrre4 DIiiWfr 16 t9i J A UsiM 11l An W P who hk iWftaterfal capacity periodically visited a private lunatic asylum told the story of a man of some position lu the legal world who went to see a patient who had occasional lapses Into sanity The patient made a great Impression oa his visitor as a well Jnformed healthy minded gentleman and was assured that his case should be Inquired into On leaving the grateful patient courteously conducted his morning caller to the front door affectionately pressing his hand at parting You wont forget what Ive told you he pleaded with tears in his voiceNo responded the visitor turning round to descend the rather long flight of steps I dont think you will said the pa tient dreamily but lest you should you know And lifting up his foot he gave the unsuspecting defenseless visitor a kick behind that sent him spinning down the stairway and sprawling on the gravel Iearsons Weekly A Birds White Feathers The occurrence of white feathers In a birds plumage is very common It is of course due to lack of coloring matter and is liable to appear in both young and old birds I have known of several old birds to exhibit this peculiarity mostly In the wing feathers however and It may be due to imper feet nutrition and circulation as the bird ages 1 have also noticed it in young birds in a number of instances The phenomenon thus cannot be said to occur simply as a result of old age but is rather one of those slight changes in the birds system the causes of which wo do not know There Is this much more to be said howeverwhen a young bird starts out with a few white feathers they are usually retained throughout life molting each time In a similar man neroOld birds may exhibit this loss of coloring at any timeSt Nicholas Patrick Henrys Fee It is said of Patrick Henry that dur ing his practice of law In the Virginia courts and when he was familiarly ad dressed as governor a man who had been arrested for stealing a hog and who was out on ball went to the gov ernor to have him defend him The governor said Did you walk away with that shoat I dont like to say Out with it Yes sir- Have you got the carcass Yes sir You go home you wretch cut the pig lengthwise in half and hang as much of it in my smokehouse as you keep In yours At court the governor said Your honor this man has no more of that stolen shoat than I have The man was cleared National Monthly A Lincoln Story When Lincoln a struggling lawyer was doing circuit duty In Ohio he once visited a country town where the general storekeeper had the reputation of adulterating even to the danger point his cider In the midst of a general condemnation of this storekeeper Lincoln rose one night from hIs seat by the hotel stove Come on boys he said And be led a party of a half dozen lawyers and judges to the general storeLet me have a quart of cider be said to the storekeeper Yes sir was the cordial reply And which grade sirthe ripe at 3 cents the mellow at 2 or the new at irIt doesnt matter which grade mis ter Lincoln drawled 1 only want to poison a dog The Inventor of the Mitch The first match was the product of the ingenuity of John Frederick Kom erer who early in the nineteenth cen tury was Imprisoned in the peniten tiary at Hohenasperg in Germany He invented the lucifer match while in his gloomy dungeon The German government forbade the manufacture of matches on the ground of public policy because some children playing with them had caused a fire Komerer was ruined by Viennese competition when he was released from prison and died a pauper Up to 1802 the Vienna manufacturers controlled the match business of the entire world A Way Out UI have six doctors and they cant agree on what ails me Three think Its one thing and three thfnk Its an other What would you advise me to do Discharge them nll1 No Hire one more and give him the deciding vote Cleveland Plain Dealer Times Changes In ancient days said the pedantic person the greatest triumph at the Olympian games was won by means of a four horse chariot And now said the thoroughly indignant athlete some of em are con tent to win with a one horse referee Washington Star Better Than Wealth Employ your time by Improving yourself by other mens documents so shall you come easily by what others have labored hard for Prefer knowledge to wealth for the one is transitory the other perpetual The Reward Poets Wife My husband read this poem at a public celebration before thousands of people Alas it was the last poem he ever wrote Publisher I hoe Did they lynch him or shoot hlm1 Leslies Weekly Free Sample For Babys Ills Something cia and must be done for the puny crying baby for the child that refuses to eat and IS restless in its siee And since the basis of all healthIS the proper working of the digestive organs look first to the condition of the stomach and bowelsA should have two full and free movements of the bowels a day This Importantcsness of step good appetite and sound toknoWIndlgest1OL too8troIIevertriMa llqutd tonic that families have been using toe a quarter of a century It Is etfecUvtojhetotakeitUh4ItthlaIwaywhen convinced of iu merIts you can get oyeurdt11ggtst cents aSS ene r a bottle Just as thousands of TfunUyrXrDwell am that of KrA F Johnson ot InthatocIWIeIrIf tIeIIandfree sia 0 tw rmedv kItodesire for ysurasif or DCri to llaIJtIoIuleIfrHof a ttr and be wtft reply to In detaIL r the fre nple ahnjly send your on a tCIIIItal ca or rWor ltkr rsqaimtb 4pster- amIDr W B JUltawf1 noD1Ul aG1Jc cil t AJapanese Spy By FRANK MARTINDALE Copyright by American Press Association During the wars In Japan between the adherents of the mikado and the shogun the mikados troops were besieging a fortress which both sides wanted But there Is one matter of importance concerning It that Is pertinent to this story The mikados army was very small and a force of the shoguns was coming up to the relief of the bes- Ieged This force was expected with in a week The success of the mikado depended upon how long his enemys supplies would hold out If there were enough for but a few days the besiegers might remain and reap the benefit of their labors If the provi sions should last longer than that they would better be off before the relief force came up or they might be overwhelmed by a superior army To know what supplier the defenders of the fortress had would be of In estimable value to the besieged It meant a possible possession of the point of attack and it meant a preven tion of a possible annihilation of the emperors army and the probable loss of hIs cause The devotion of the Japanese people under such circumstances Is a wonder It Is that devotion which enabled them to force a peace npon the Russian bear that had threatened to walk all over their little Island and take possession of It It Is that devotion that has enabled them to protect themselves while cultivating the commercial methods of western cIvilian tionThere came a noble to the mikado and said to him 0 mighty emperor It Is on account of your majestys virtue that I feel an impulse spring up within me My ancestors are looking down upon me and smile pleasantly upon me as I yield to the Inspiration I will dis guise myself and obtain admittance to the fortress There I will observe for how many lays your enemies are supplied and I will return nnd advise you of the fact I am well pleased replied the em peror that my virtues have produced in you such a worthy motive You have my permission to go into the fortress and observe the supply of food our enemies have and return to me and tell me I will request the shades of my own ancestors to watch over you but it you die In your at tempt you will have tho satisfaction of knowing that both mine and your an cestors will welcome you In spirit land beIforeaway same a man as a shepherd found access dressedI fortress and went among the lies and found them nearly empty There was food enough to last but two days The shepherd satisfied with the information he had gained was about to leave the fortress when one who had known him before the war came on recognized him The spy was seized and hurried before the shogun This man said his captor is a no ble who supports the mikado for the position to which your majesty Is en titled He has been among us in this raiment of a shepherd and knows Just how many days supply we Have on hand What shall we do with him Crucify him said the shogun With that they were leading the spy away to crucify him when the sho gun called to tbem to bring him back If you will go to the wall he said to the spy and tell your people that we have supplies to last several weeks I will spare your life That I will do said the other My ancestors call to me to stand firm and they will receive me at my death Joyfully but I have a wife and chil dren in the mikados camp and I am loath to leave them for my ancestors whom I reverence greatly but have never seen I am so weak as to pre for my wife and little ones Go then tell them what I have said to you and I will in time return you to those you love The spy was conducted to the wall and stood upon it the soldiers of tbr shogun keeping in the background lIe signaled the besiegers to come near that he might speak to then So they all drew as near as the dared the family of the spy comh with the others The spy stocd look lug at them benignly as tbe drc near apd saw his wife anti little looking up at him anxiously know that lie must have been clscovered b the besieged people and that a greet crisis was at hand The shogun sat In the center of the fortress rejoicing that he had found of means of deceiving his enemies anu sending them off when near the ar coD pllsbment of all they had been long striving for About him stood h soldiers waiting to hear the sp u his people of the abundance of SUi plies there were in the fort Then the spy raised his hand for silence and said to them 0 thy people 1 have examined the supplies that there are In this fortress and there are but enough to last two days A thousand spears were hurled at him and he fell on the wall no my people exclaimed the mi kado our ancestors are taking him to their bosoms Then he gave orders to move on the fortress and the defenders being din couraged gave way before them so It was not long before the conquered people were sent to the bosoms of their own ancestors A bathroom is a feature that has mucn to do With the comfort and as well as the health of your entire losirr and our expert insure security in the highest andsafe guard the health of the home as no other n and they longer c more and give greater in use than system in the world SitzestThe Long The Sltze family was long in person long drawn out In speech and eitrr nally long about doing things Over j miles of pine bills they were known as the long SlIms Miss Lydia the eldest went to a crossroads store to buy Christmas presents In the corrse of a half hour she became interested In some blue and scarlet petticoats Ill take one of these she said slowly counting out the price The busy proprietor up the parcel and banded It over with a polite Something else Ill take another petticoat He did up n second bundle took tr cUtjeIll take another petticoat car e the slow drawl This went on to the seventh tin The man being up to his cars In wori ventured a question Buying for tile M LydIa Im buying two apiece for my a tern How many sisters havo Didnt Cut the Ace The greatest delight of Pat Shoed according to a friend of the fawocs gambler was to double cross the crooked card sharks Sheedy on e strolled Into a tough resort in the west where be was not known and stood watiWi the guides the friend relates One of the dealers was spieling tu several and had about convinced them to take a chance nt his game Ill bet you 2 to that I can abut fle the dock and cnt the ace of hearts the first time he Ill take 50 of that If yonll let me shuffle the cards Pat said The dealer agreed ami the money was staked The ateo made small bets Are you satisfied the dealer a cd when the cards were shuffled e Is that 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Richmond only at our store The Rexall Store Perry Thomas Drug Co We arc here to cater to tho traae ol the town and country Citizens jtive us a trial J B SANDERS Co 128 tl Phone 57 PANOLA Dr Baker was kept busy coming to this place for two weeks or more to see the sickpeopie Mr and Mrs J P Logsdon has been quite ill for some time Mr Jess nroaddus is sick with grip Prof R C Adams of Lone Wolf Oklahoma has been visiting his old friends hero for several days Mr and Mrs EJbert Owens of Middle town 0 are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Bjge Cox Miss Sallie Broaddus was the guest of friends at Irvine last week Rev Elbert Winkler filled his regular appointment at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday A large crowd being present Rev W V Wilkerson of Lexington was a guest of Dr John tono and family last w ek We are glad to report tIm condition of Mr James Wills is somewhat better Harry M Blanton DENTIST arOQce ID Bennett Building janly TELEPHONE 19S Raise Sheep Farmers should not get discouraged but raise sheep said a wellknown and successful farmer to The Climax the other day Its true there has been much to discourage farmers in this line he continued but the outlook is splendid at this time for sheep to bring good money next year AVo lost many by the severe weather many lambs died and there was trouble from the quarantine but thats not likely to happen again in years and tho shortage this Spring is bound to make them worth something next year He went on to say that the cost of raising sheep was nominal and if Jho dogs could all be killed there would be little risk in the business Itching bleeding protruding or blind piles yield to Doans Ointment Chronic cases soon relieved finally cured Druggists all sell it Land N Time Card Corrected March 110- SOUTHBOUNiJ No 71 Mixed ForSilver Crook Paint Lick Lancaster Crab Orchard and points South leaves Richmond daily except Sunday 715 AM Ar rive Rowland 1030 a m No 27 For Silver OreekPaint LickLan easter Stanford and all stations to Louisville leaves Richmond lOii p M arrives Louisville 610 pr No 33 For Jacksonville and the South through trains leave Richmond 1120 A it Leaves Cincinnati at 800 A M No 37 ForKnoxville through trains makes all stops arrives Richmond 1102 AM leaves Richmond L34 A M Arrive Knoxvl 700 p M No 9 For Silver Creek Paint Lick Lancaster all stops leave Richmond 725 iis arrive at Stanford 850 Daily except Sunday Leave FourthSt Btaticn Cincinnati 257 p M No 31 Limited for Atlantaleaves Richmond 1205 midnight arrives At lanta 1155 A Si Loaves Cincinua 815 r MNORTHBOUND No 34 Limited tor Cincinnati leave Richmond 417 A M arriyo Cincin nati 745 A M No 10 From Stanford leave Richmond 640 A M arrive Cincinnati 11 OOAM No 28 Leaves Louisville 7 A arrive Richmond via Rowland 1220 noon No 33 lieCincinnati locl leave Richmond 200 PM arrive CincIn- nati 010 P M No 32 JacksonvilleCincinnati limited leave Richmond 517 r u arrive Cincinnati 845 PM Nom Mixed from Rowland arrives Richmond 350 p M All trams rundailyexcept where otherwise stat oiitit A ruUcl L DI L IN EFFECT MARCH I 1910 SOUTH BOUND Nol No 01pmLvL Valley View 9 10aml 10 pin Lv Richmond shops 9 40 a in 1 40 pm pmryA pmJSTORTH No 2 No4Ly Bealty villei 600 a JH 1 20 pm 240pmLv pmLvpuiArAll traiaa daily except Sunday TraisconaeetwuhQ A Q tNicho tortile and with Southern Railway and Interarbau L1 tiicitVMill lIMe trfttwi ruinto It Jc N taUon at Rich Mmdr mIag all cMBtetioM nrHh L AKtwiw M4flEiGiA T Y0 l fJ lJW IImule Ms been seen to cry from the pain of an lajured foot and camels ItIs sad shed tears In streams A cow sold by its mistress who bad tended It from calf hood wept pitifully A youngsoko ape used to cry with vex atlon If Livingstone didnt nurse It IB his arms when It asked him to Wounded apes hive died crying and apes have wept over their young ones slain by hURters A chimpanzee train ed to carry water jugs broke one and cried which proved sorrow though It wouldnt mend the Jugnats discov ering their young drowned have bjeen moved to tears of grief A giraffe which a huntsmans riiJe had Injured began to cry when approached Sea lions often weep over the loss of their young Gordon Cummlng observed tears trickling down the face of a dy ing elephant And even an orang ou tang when deprived of Its mango was so vexed that It took to weeping There Is little doubt therefore that animals do cry from grief or weep from pain or annoyance Harpers Weekly The LaboreAhanks- A tram car was going down a busy street one day and was already comfortably full when It was hailed by a laboring man much the worse for liq uor who presently staggered along the car between two rows of well dressed people regardless of polished shoes and tender feet Murmurs and complaints arose on all sides and demands were heard that the offender should be ejected at once But amid the storm of abuse one friendly voice was raised as a benevolent clergyman rose from his seat say- Ing No nol Let the man sit down and quietThe of the party turned to mirth when the drunken one seized his benefactor by tho hand exclaim ing Thank ye sirthank ye I see you know what It Is to be tight London Answers Served Him Well During the early days of the career of William Allen White when he was charged with the conduct of a country paper In Iowa he one day received a call from an Indignant contributor who bitterly complained that matter of his long before submitted had not been published Softly my friend said White In his most soothing tone Really I must otter my best thanks to you for those features They have served me well From time to time when I get to think- Ing that this sheet Is a pretty poor one to Inflict upon a long suffering public I look up your stuff and read It care fully a process which enables me to perceive how much worse my paper might be whereupon I become real cheerful Please dont take them from me Cleveland Leader A Multiplication Trick Here is a little trick In multiplica tion that may amuse you Ask a friend to write down the numbers 12i45G79omltUng the number 8 Then tell him to select any one figure from the list multiply It by 9 and with the answer to this sum multiply the whole llstrthns assuming that he selects either the figure 4 or 6 Select ZG Select 6x3= 12M5679 12313679 64 7W710H 37037037 Q72833J 4UUU4 You see the answer of the sum Is composed of figures similar to the one selected Men In Petticoats- It wilt probably be a matter of sur prise to the general reader to learn that the petticoat was first worn ex- clusIvely by men In the reign of King Henry VII the dress of the English was so fantastic and absurd that it was difficult to distinguish one sex from the other In the inventory of Henry V appears a petticoat of red damask with open sleeves There is 110 mention of a womans petticoat be fore the Tudor period Cruel Blow Are you aware of the fact remarked Miss Cutting that I am a mind reader Nevah suspected it weally an swered young Softlelgh Would you aw object to wending my mind doncher know- CertaInly not she replied Bring It with you the next time you call Paced Too Rapidly Walter ask the orchestra to play something different Any particular selection sir Something slower I cant chew my food properly in waltz time Kansas City Journal Only Chance Do you believe queried the fair widow that universal peace will ever be established Not unless people quit getting mar ned growled the old bachelorChl cago News The Settlement Suitor What will your father settle on the man who marries you The Girl All the rest of the family I sup poseSt Louis Times Work Has Been Done HowellYou cant make a monkey out of me Powell No you seem to have already awarded the contract New York Press With num most of his misfortunes ere occasioned by mnnPhiny An Experts Opinion 01 Ski a DIs eases A prominent national expert on skIn diseases whoso name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific oxpe rience he has never found sp hard a dis ease to conquer as Eczema Yet ho does not hesitate to recommend Zomoas a most successful remedy for the treat ment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp lie saysthat not only do its curative quail ties make it popular but also the fact that it is clean liquid remedy for exter nal use Agreat improvement over the old style greasy salves lotions which irE hot unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zcmo draws the germs to the surface and destroys thOm leaving the skin clear and healthy Can bor used freely on infants Henry L Perry wllli pla thy supply those who call with a free tamlo bottle of Zemo and a booklet wilch explains in simple languageall about skin diseases and how to cure- yourslfat hpme with Zcmo if Hemp Growers 909 Crop of river bottom and upland cultivated hemp ce lltcst impartation Sample and price on arpli satiqn Both phones1 Yours truly J1 GlA8 SOX J20151 Camp Nelson gy D ispepsia 1 AniQricifrcafse Bur dock Blood Bidders conquers dys pepiiaevarytime It drives parities tones the etntnaeh restores perfect digestion no mal weight and goo I health For Sale Privately two stora OMM oae cipiedbyTlOldbui Hardware the otwkaona a Becket 8sm boti I L ieSIst FiffSS a a L A Bright Girl By DORA COODWCK Copyright 1910 by American Press Association Abercromble who was a bachelor did not spend his time dawdling around clubs and drawing rooms lIe owned a splendid yacht the Theta blg enough to sail anywhere In any waters and in this yacht he made his home He contributed quite a number of inventions to assist scientists in making deep sea soundings and inves tigating ocean currents and at the time referred to in this story was en deavoring to simplify sea signals Abercromble sailed to the Philip pines among other places where he was welcomed by the United States officials especially the officers of the army Among the families of the offi cern he met Miss Leila Turnlee too daughter of Colonel Turulee commander of the th infantry Miss Turnlee understood his device readily Now the way Abercromble knew that Miss Turulce understood his con trivances was because she always paid Yes and Indeed and How clever exactly at the right time and when he asked Do you follow me i she always replied Perfectly Mrs Turnlee was much pleased that her daughter had a mind capable of receiving the explanations of Aber crombies Inventions by Abercromble himself not that she cared anything for the inventions but she hoped her daughters vigor of intellect would lead Aber romble to become interest ed and possibly that a fine catch would fall to the family The good lady bad dragged half a dozen children over many territories in the western por tion of America during her younger days and had known what It wasVto get settled in quarters to be immedi ately ordered to some other station or turned out by a ranking officer Abercrombles yacht was preferable to an adobe but or log apartment even when fixed In other words Mrs Turnlee desired that her daughter should marry elsewhere than in the armyAt dinner one evening at Colonel Turnlees quarters Abercromble was explaining to the family his new system of sea signals Colonel Turnlee who was a West Pointer and should have understood anything in the sig nal line knew but little of what his guest said Mrs Turnlee understood never a word Miss Leila did not need to ask a single question It all seemed to go straight to her brain and find a lodgment there- Upon my word exclaimed Aber crombie How did you good people come to have a daughter so much brighter than yourselves Leila has always attended the best schools said the fond mother pointedly Besides she has scientific tastes I have never met Abcrcrombla de dared enthusiastically one who has taken In everything I have said so readilyShe inherited It from her grand father Admiral Turnlee the mother pursued He wrote a book on coral reefs and another on volcanic forma tions Children always take from their grandparents rather than their own fathers Colonel Turnlee who was cracking nuts did not notice his wifes asper sinus on his own generation Do you think Miss Turnlee said Abercromble that It I were to send you a message by my code from my yacht out in the bay you would under stand iti I think I would replied the girl demurely that is if it were not too long Very Well Look out for one tomorrow afternoon How shall I reply I have no sig nals You can write or better tele graph Miss Leila made no reply to this Possibly she was timid at being put to the test fearing that she might fail I dont know how she felt about It I only throw this out as a suggestlon Her mother had confidence that she would understand the signal perfectly and furnish Abercromble with fresh evidence of the brilliancy of Tier In tellect The colonel went on cracking and munching nuts but said liothlng Whoa the dinner broke up lie had to go over to see the commanding gen eral and Mrs Turnlee received a visit from the majors Wife This left Aber crombie and Miss Leila alone together for the rest of the evening Aber cromble in order to give her a belter chance to pass the test to come oil next day coached her a bit asking her a few leading questions concern ing It He discovered that she did not know as much about the code as he had thought she did He left her doubting that she would be able to telegraph him a correct answer to his messageThe day at 3 there were evI- dences on the Theta of a desire to communicate with some one Aber crombie himself was holding up little flags and running them down again His message was You are a very bright girl When the signaling was over Abercromble waited for her telegram It did not come but later Colo nel Tnrnlees orderly brought a note It read Your flatterlncr offer ot your heart and hand comes so unexpectedly that 1 should have time Dut my own heart says hbVv and always Yea Abercromble reid the missive with n stare He married Miss T rnlee but even as his wife silo wouTd never tell hfm whether she had understood his message or not Spring It will soon bo spring time that glori ous season f all the year whlent if you will put your car against the bark you canalmost hear tIm sap rising in tho trees sapheads are invited to try it when the butterflies flit aroundhunting for their supply of oleomargarine when bullfrogs announce the depth of tho water in sonorous tune and him rods arc given a chance to perfect their scholar ship in the Ananias Club when thfcman of the hoUso is given choice betvcen beatingJiis brains out against tliectiipken house or spend tile seasQn at beating the parlor carpet while the J use veho S like ft Hindoo with a white Durban on her head when we may take obscrvd ttoh us to which endof a horjS or cow gets up first after a rest in the grcoJ pasture when almost overyfhjng lOoks gnjcji not omUUrig some people yl u knowwlieathelumblebcesbumtiirqu5li b6 air anrt 4hp atiwldlebiig straddles around when the hoe and the rakg point their handles at you as if inviting you to take hold and getbusn wherr the dickey bird sings to his mate and lovers flghtnftcrnljealous tree when six young onions about the l1whCQl wejrguarded tojkeqp it from overflowing whir odor on tIle season when the ice gtlUpbegin tObutout including some Buds of the human species oh tfS it will soOn be spring time but the yveather p- fJmkm ttWO M zt iJ8bill iI t r i p t r pKfr fiiolc IOU tat Quaker Oats t1e better your health will be Practicalexperi ments withathletes show Quaker Oats to be the greatest strengthmaker Regular packaces lOc and hermetically scaled tins for hot climates 56 One Way Out r Perkins hnd been appointed tutor to the young lord of tho manor and tn g ther they were waking the grand tour Perkins was congratulating Win stilt on the excellent behavior of his pupil but alas they had only reached Geneva when his charge fell deeply in love with a pretty Swiss peasant In vain did he remonstrate with the young lord pointing out the social bar- rIer that existed between the lovers antI the total Impossibility of marriage But all to no purpose The beautiful Swiss maiden held the young lords heart captive and he would scarcely leave her side- Distracted Perkins wrote home to the marchioness asking her advice and pointing out her sons Infatuation A day or two passed in agonizing suspenseAt the answer ame Perkins breathed a sigh ot relief All his anx iety would now be over Hetore open the envelope but as he read the letter be groaned in the anguish of his soul It consisted of three words Marry her yourself Poor Bijoul During the siege of Paris Fran clsque Sarcey indignantly protested against the practice of eating dogs Hunger however knows no law and canine and feline butcher shops were opened in different parts of Paris Skillfully prepared properly skinned and cooked with a good sauce the dogs proved excellent eating Their meat was pink and delicate and by no means tough Canine cutlets were sold at 2 francs each and a leg of dog might be purchased at double that price a pound Two good bourgeois husband and wife had a little dog of which they were very fond But a day came when there was nothing to eat in the house mid poor Dijon had to be killed and cooked His master and mistress sat down to dinner with tears In their eyes and during the dinner the latter mechanically placed the tiny rib bones on the side of her plate Poor BiSon she ejaculated with a sigh What a treat these would have been for him Frank Schlosscr In Contemporary Review A Tearful Eye to Business Advertising Is nowadays almost a fine art Clever advertisements at tract customers In two waysfirst because they effectually call attention to the goods and second because of their cleverness pure and simple Such a one is the following quoted from London M A P which adorned a boot shop in the Rue dAmsterdam in Paris LIQUIDATION With tears In my eyes I am obliged to clear the whole ot my stock of boots To get rid of it all In a week 1 offer It to you ata loss of per cent My husband seeing fit to abandon me with five children wiry Cant I go on without my husband Be cause my husband alono was ablo to obtain Job lines from the big provincial and foreign bootmakers- Prudent ladles will profit by these ex- traordinarilY low prices which will en able me to clear out my stock and search for my husband throughout Europe MME MAHIELOUISE Nothing to Say According to n delightful story of Shelley recounted in the International Journal of Ethics by the Rev Bradley Gilman the splendid mental equipment of the poet did not Include hUe moreIn his characteristically impas sioned way Shelley was deeply inter ested In the problem of immortality One day he met a nursemaid wheeling a very young child In perambulator Here is a little soul he reflected recently come to earth out of the great unknown preceding human life Perhaps he can tell me something about the great unknown after human life The two realms may be one and the same He accosted the infant twice but of course gained no response only a blank Infantile stare AIns alas sighed Shelley How very reticent these little creatures are Rubber and Gutta Percha There are important distinctions between India rubber and gutta percha and In the majority of purposes for which they are employed one cannot replace the other While the trees yielding India rubber are well distributed over he tropical parts of the world and may be cultivated with morn or less facility the tree which furjlshes gntta percba Is to be found only In Borneo Sumatra and tbeMa lilY archlpeljipo generally C Something For Nothing Wise pid Cncle Remember Tommy as you go through this world that yon cant get jsonullilng for nothing Pre cocious NephewOb yes you ran uri cle When dont eat nothfn 1 git an awful pain In ray stummick Chi cago Tribune f Undecided t The denier was busy filling bottles from a hogshead of wine What kind of wine Is that queried an Innocent bystander Dont know answered the dealer 1 havent I bfled It yet Argonaut Hart Job Matrimonial AiwntrKcallft when I see tlioso two whom am going to in troduce to each other I IIt knowto- wiikit I shall break ItgentlrFlie gende Blatter The First Spat ZliOIf1 had known tliat you would cold 1 never would have married Ton UeiIfJ had Known thati you would marry me 1 would have scolded Hath man no second life Plica lila one hIgbMattnew Arnold r Eczema AGuM Dls eCNow BaCr Tlieiiedlcal profession Is all ragreed that Eczema is A germ disease b tithe thing that has Rallied thomis to iiaef some remedy that willget id the grmsahdd- estroytheuL rTTrrK- erno the clean axternalJre tBSelt mix solved this difficulty by drawjngtho germsto the sutaQerldRRtIde stroying lliegerm life that cuees the diseases The whole netfea ec treat mentmcl cure bycmoisiiedie nit iOIeetlnbokQil the ubjeeissrfiid by the niakors qt JCemo ItMte kewrie duro yourof at of I Pimples Dandrulf saA jM MMwiet ef tke skin and scalp cittfuttytT Htg 4Q for bookt m1 ie tiea IMIirjdl f 1Ida c c VttM If GeM Cksr Good cheer you will thud to be the groundwork of almost all lives of strong endurance anJ power When you reflect upon the spirit or disposi tion that Is here Included you are facet face with some things more than the mete popular Idea of cheerfulness It is a spirit that will permeate all the conditions of being Gods pure sunshine let Into the soul will affect all other powers It Involves the power to look upon life ever on the rosy Jlde to see the best that 1 In na ture to think the best of your fellows and when you cannot so think to dismiss them from your mind to crush any even the slightest tendency to think bitterly of another to be kind and loving to see the bright stde In everything Rev Dr F V Clampett Episcopalian San Francisco How We May See Jesus If we would see Jesus we must make much of his book It we would know a person we must understand him If we would trust a person then Our trust must be based on knowledge Jesus cannot be seen will not be gra ciously real to the man who neglects the Bible It Is true that the heavens declare the 7lory of God and the firma ment ihoweth his handiwork But left to nature the Bible taken away man cannot know of Gods tenderness and love cannot know how to love and trust and obey him properly Though wan might name every star that blazes In the eternal depths though ho might map the heavens and tell the constellations as his familiar friends tin ugh be might understand the voice of the flowers though be might catch the monologues of the mountains the dirges of the oceans the symphonies of the spheres though all nature might speak to him the mighty secrets of Its origin and maker in all this man would see only the majesty and mightiness of God In Gods hand would be the sword of justice nhls lips the word of wisdom and around him the resplendent robo of righteousness at once mans envy and despair Only In the Bible may man find out the mercy of God hi the forgiveness of sins through Jesus Christ Rev George W Truett Baptist Dallas TeL Undecided The dealer was busy filling bottles from a hogshead of wine What kind of wine Is thatT queried in Innocent bystander Dopt know answered the dealer I havent labeled It yetArgonaut 4 DIP you ever lookup the meaning I the words Price and Cost We venture youd be interested even surprisedPrice meant not money not cash but Reward Praise Worth In the days of Caesar they called it Pretium Cost comes from the old Icelander word Koster signifying to Choose to Test to Prove So Price is really the Worth of the thing sold Cost means how well trie thing bought proves up in actual use So were not so far off the track today for when you buy paint the Price of it should be the measure of its usefulness in appearance and wear Its Cost to you will be how well it stands the test you put it to If it does well its cheap if not you paid too much Measured by this poor paint costs far far more than good paint never worth the price asked andnever stands the test of wear Theres one housepaint made thats worth the price and stands the testand thats HORSE SHOE BRAND HOUSE PAINTbest lead zinc aged linseed oil japan coloring matter and nothing else honest materials honestly prepared sold on honor Seven gallons of HORSE SHOE PAINT covers as muchsurface as ten gallons of ordinary paint and covers it longer Then too theres a full line of good HORSE SHOE BRAND Paint SpecialtiesHORSE SHOE BRAND Pain for the Barn for the Roof for the Porch for the Floor for Inside Walls Screens for Buggies Wagonsin fact for everything When youre ready to buy paint or paint specialties and want the Price and the Cost both right as well as the Paint just remember that here is one store where youll find what youre looking for I Stockton Son i M 2 a or i I C 1t a 7 v J tL WI t D Oldham Company Busy B Cash Store 4 v 1 iai n lr r Ii T LA 1 v i tr v a p J fl srj lip J f J q tl Ir iJ I 4tJ 09 Aj Ji4 y P 5 c anTHE FARMERS OF MADISON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES HAVE A RARE OPPOR TUNITY TO PATRONIZE SUCK A STALLION AS THIS 11Lynn Boyd Jr For the Season 1010 at Sherman Cottons at old Silas Cobb place Caleast at 15 to Insure a Living Colt Lynn Boyd Jr is a very handsonioblacl 10 years old 10hands higli and has excellent stylo and actiop HO has been shown at a number of Fairs and has never failed tosecuro the blue ties He has proven himself a splendidbrwMierrBndan excollentfshqw horse having been pronounced by C T Sandege of Danville and TO H Smiloy 1of Lexington who taave trained him Hie of the best horses they ever handled Itis not what you pay for the season of a colt it iswhaty u got that counts in the long run PEDIGREEj Cri LyhnBoydJr was sired Ky Lynn Boyd4 ho by Tern Boyd 90 lys byCabell LBxinst4riES he by Gists Black TSawk he by Bloods Black t Hawk he by Vermont BIack Hawktt Serr nans Morgan he by JUltin Morgan etc Lynn Boyds 8rtdam by John Waxey 100 hJii Jiff MeieraWaxeyiFiSOi he by Berthune thorp jjeeoad dim by Imp Levlathian thorow Tom Boyd W first darn by Woodpecker tholel CselIs 1igftin irst dam by Tom 111 FS second dlIOt toptrbtlometc Joi first dam by Pilot secodaai by CnadUa Chief M by Pftvy Crkett Van Meters WaxeyFEJ tiwt dum byvOj Jeapy 5 lty Stowwy Petrel thsii bei bt I1 heo 1 t BSLf r F second dam by Idol Wilkes third dam by Old Peavino fourth dam by Chas Kavenaughs Grey Eagle Count WilKes Irs first dam Madge by aYlasterseconddam Sally Lunn by Embrys Loxingloiirthird dam by Wagner fourth dam by Imp Leviathian fifth dam by Imp Borthune slxCR dam by Imp Traribyi f No Sunday work allowed n c Ikey Boy jYifl also make the Season at the same time and placb at 38Etof Insure LivingCoItIr- BoTibrQwfEZ4yearsoldl5Fbands high bas extra heavy bone and a splendid Jbody and has fine heaaii1trs This inJk is untried but I think will naakaa no ot ihtrbest breeders in the State as ho comes from one of the best families of Jacks in Kentucky PEDIGREE Ikcy Boy Avascsired by Jonah 16handshigu a very large bone Jack was to Stanpe of MisouiddconsIdered a great bi eeydhSired byGriggVToinrbo by Curtis heby Marmnduko Jonahs first b is ftrorrfc IkeyBoysfirst dam ucYMoguJrM by Tom Curtis great Jennet Jack First dam HdifHllrigg57CDy Grnjga Tom bjBiyBQhXc ifift by Xickkpoo ho by Compromise ho by Tippa cioe he by Ulack llawkV ho byirmp7Warriof Mooodiiewhen colt js foaled or mare parted with or1redtb other stock Caro taken t prV ve4entjit iyjllndt- any b resJiQnsjbl MHl occur No work allowed i11iset B Buyers PhOne OWl Sherman CottonjMi r If tr IVL lfy1IJNiS w tie ItY t w U I TrT1TLJi f I f Company Coming to Stay Over Easter Then orenameledacoupleCome here anysortany criticismwithaglowingI I BENNETTidDIEGIKS UNDERTAKING Coal Coa- lCOALFrom tho largest chunks of Furnace Coal to the very smallest so called Pea Coal wo have them alljThoroughly screened full and delivered promptly as promised Telephone 110 Tile Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and posaiblyless full Weight or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc 1you are going to sellout ind want your goods to bring in they are worth gettJ W Shearer White Hall Ky to con luct vour sale His barges are reasonable The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 1yr IIlIr Dorsey McClure Carlisle Ky says made its pppearanee in my flockof two hundred White Leghorns I gave them Bourbon Poultry Cure nftei choppinjrofl the heads of six fowls that were unable to wulk and did not lose another fowLPerrys Drug Store of For Rent Two furnished rooms for gentlemen Apply to Mns TUnER E Main St Jfi13GWe desire to buy omo fat butcher cattle arid large and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last yean lambs and good butcher hogs Telephone 484 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky j2tf Remember date of opening of Spring J hUm ry at Elders Its March 2324 Lost On larch Court day near Moberly on Irvine pike a black shepherd pup about 0 months old with white ring around neck and white feet Liberal reward will be paid for return of sam or information leading to recovery JOHN NOBBIS 32321 R D No 3 Richmond Ky Notice For the season of 1910 I will at Brassfield Ky offer the services of the following splendid stock My big jack Dixie better known as the Hord jack and a fourteenyearold Rex Peevinc stallion Also threeyearold Jack Twigg stallion These horses are hall brothers their dam being a standard bred mare eligible to register Full description and service fee will be published later NGWNTODDi- 233t Brassfield Ky isR Pennington Dentist Office next door to Government build Ing Richmond Ky J T FLRRILLL Texas and Oklahoma Lands Timberand Coal Lands Blue Urass Farms City Property Richmond Kentucky Oldham Building Fartey March iII of itt rn Ba t t MRCH 23 24 25 Yti IflHfAilHtilrii l Around 45 Town Dont forget the Easter Bazaar buildIngTho openings of Easter millinery were well attended ofSpring Sunday1030 Mr and Mrs W M Whicker are re bouncingboy Next Sunday is the big parade but girlskeepNext Sunday is Easter and although thedisplay thelargestitThursdayIIfyou go to church next Sunday and hearhima step ladder with you Those ladies so fortunate as to posesess toSundaysmall boy waits for a circus The Easter Bazaar for P A 0 Infirm ry will be held Saturday March 20 in he Schlcgol building in the room formerly occupied by the Christian Scientists Two or three furnished rooms to rent en suite or singly two of them front ing on Main street just opposite the Christian church Bathroom attached Mae MAny B CLAY A Citizen sends in a communication upon the whiskey question There are so many Citizens in town that we are unable to locate this contributor When sending communications to a newspaper office always sign your name For Sale parkApplytf J A TODD For Sale Firstclass surrey and phaeton also set Harness Bargains Hugh McLellan tf Lancaster Ave His TimeOut The ground hogs prediction of six weeks of bad weather closed Wedneday andthe weather man promises us some good weather Eggs For Sale I have for sale Black Minorca Rhode Sland Reds 100 per setting for 15 2 settings for 150 C M Embry Phono 312 R Moberly Ky 4t Buys In Boyle Danville Advocate Mr McRoberts has sold his farm of 140 acres near town on ladIsonB Adatras No Need To Worry Kentucky needs money and need it badly but Kentucky is not broke up by any means Her resources are vastly greater than her debts and there is no reason for despair Frankfort News Going Fat TheMexican War veterans are rapidly pissing away and soon there will be none of these old heroes left The past week four of the old soldiers who fought in that war have answered the last roll call They are messers Vachel Parrish Allan Domaree and John Cloyd of Mercer county and John McBreyer of Anderson county House for Sale My house in Burnamwood new brick convenience wellbuilt ten rooms outhouses and cistern Is rented for this year at 30 per month Hot water heating system Can be inspected 1isti1Aprillst 32321 S K Swant Mrs Maude Mackey Walker I have opened a hair dressing parlor on West Main st two doors above Stock tons drag store and am prepared jo do all kiwis of hair work Braids tUfts Mid traDefornatioas made from ooab logs Also have a nice lot of braid in stock Iuse nothing but human hair Braids dyed hair restored to natural oolw T1IIIO kil done at a J9UOI kUrpfcM el1 rwork to n sid I will HIM tt HHMfi JfeMMMiMh jt of the for man or To Oil Streets Petitions Now Circulating to Raise Necessary Funds Petitions for the purpose of raising the necessary funds to defray expense of oiling the streets of the city are now in circulation and we are pleased to note that the merchants and property owners are readily contributing liberally to this muchneeded movement As is well known the City is unable to defray this expense and it must be done by the help of those living on the streets to be oiled The City as is well known does all in its power in this matter and the only way the oiling can bo secured is by those property owners along the streets making contributions to same Any property owner or renter does or should realize the importance or having the streets oiled and the saving by reason of stopping the damage by dust is far more than the amount contributed The Climax wishes to state that it is in formed that the very best of oil will be used the Council being determined that the company furnishing it must deliver the goods in every respect The petitions were put in circulation yesterday and and the solicitors are meeting with much encouragement The committee doing the work is composed of Messrs Emil Lorisch T T Covington and C F Higgins Why Not The Cincinnati Enquirer sizes up the situation correctly in the following If we are to have State regulation of cost of anything and of combination let it extend impartially to the cost of everything and to all combinations Man Poor Man An exchange tells of a woman who recently gave a party and asked each of her invited guests to bring some article which they really did not need but which they really could not very well do without About fifty women brought their husbands Dont forget the Easter Bazaar Accident to Child While playing at her homp in Kirks villeLouise the threoyearolddaughter of Charles Wagers fell and stuck a pair of scissors into her neck making a pain ful wound She was brought to town for attontion and it is believed will es cape with no serious results The Explanation A Kansas City paper says the cause of hard times and high prices is that We throw away ashes and buy soap we raise- dogs and buy hogs wo grow weeds and buy vegetables we catch fish with a 1 rod we build schoolhouses and send our children to be educated away from home we send our boys out with a tO gun and a 810 dog to hunt tencent game Protracted Meeting A protracted meeting will begin at the Methodist church next Sunday the 27th The pastor will be assisted by Rev J P Strother of Danville a minister of ability and a splendid gentleman The music will be in charge of Mr Andrew C Johnson of Campbellsburg a man who has had wide experience in conduct lug sacred aaHsic The exact hours of meeting will be announced later The Climax wishes to impress upon our pee ple the fact that you are earnestly in vited to attend these s rvkes whether you are a Member el the JiethoUst1 church or ROt you are to coO out ad enjoy th service IFor Sale turning plow two tfgf r awl pMa 4 tvr VIMPWI v It I m s I i +NwI e + + 4t The New Spring Suits 1 HAre HeadyEARL BUYERS WILL GET THE BEST Every clothing merchant knows that the most desirable suits sell first Early buyers pick out the best Quality the best Styles and the most attractive Colors Our stocks over flowing with the newest and best in spring suits most of them bear the Kenton trade markthe safe and sure guide to cloths satisfaction Ifa Kenton suit should fail to render full service for the price you pay we make it goodwithout question Drop in and let us show you the Kenton Fit and Style wear a Kenton Suit and learn how it keeps its shape and good looks Kenton priees run 1250 1400 1 500 1 800 2000 2250 2500 wHanan and WalkOver Shoes Roelofs Hats Lion Shirts Barkers Collars I the best everything market affords boy a COVINCTON and BANKS QUALITYMrRecord Price A car load of eighteen mules sold in St Louis this week for 5760 an aver age of 320 a head This is the highest price ever paid for a car load of mules For Petty Larceny Winchester Democrat Ed ERIe a Richmond negro was arrested Thurs day night by Chief McCord on a charge of petty larceny In his possession was found a ladys gold bracelet which he is supposed to have stolen Fruit Killed The Harrodsburg Herald says that an examination of the fruit bud shows that nearly all the peaches and most of the cherries were killed by the cold weather in January Will some of our fruit growers examine the buds in this section and report to us- Will Have a Fair The Climax asked one of the promoters of the Richmond fair as to prospects for an exhibition this summer and was informed that the fair will be held and that it will be the best ever held here Plans are quietly developing and we will soon be able to give some definite information as to date etc Damage Case Affirmed William Cor of Estill county was killed by a train and the jury gave a verdict of 2500 damages for his death This was reversed by tho higher court and the case was sent back The next trial resulted in a verdict for 3125QO and this was affirmed by the Court of Appeals Close Connection As was stated in a recent issue of The Climax the morning train No 10 leaves later than heretofore pulling out from Richmond at 640 If the 0 and O is on time at Winchester there is no wait there when going to Lexington How ever the C andO has the welldeserved reputation of never being on time and passengers will frequently be compelled to waste time at Winchester depot If the C and 0 is on time however you can got to Lexington nicely by this con nection Two Sunday Accidents Sunday afternoon while driving near Lake Reba four Nirmal students who were in a surrey tried to drive across the old roadway now under water when the buggy overturned dumping entire party into the lake All escaped but the horse was drowned Since comple tion of the new dam this road is im passable and a warning sign is placed at the spot Sunday night a colored man from Paint Lick was coming down Main street in a buggy when ho was run into by another team driven by some young men The negros horse was killed by the shaft of the other buggy being driven into its shoulder Tho horse belonged to a Paint Lick liveryman The names of the white boys have not been learned but the officers will soon ascertain them The horse driven by the Normal students was owned by Mr Azbill the liveryman Lexington Players Manager Sheets of the Lexington base ball team has sign d twentytwo players to date The list includes men from all parts of the West They will bo ordered to report for duty April 5 which is just a month before the championship season in the Blue Grass League begins The players signed are Catchers Harper and Brottgh pitchers Chase Stultz Fosler Doyle Robbins and Jackson first basemen Reonard Patterson and Yost second baseman Kimbro and Snooke short steps Viox and Kaylor third baseasea Sbck and Hannigan outfielders YanyShaets Chanpman Wolf and Murpliy Chase was with the KochMtwr Xmtern League team in tM sarly pert otlMt season while Kn ofaHL Mi Kaytor until with tlw Blwfften W ws IM y if M V i I J Peculiar Conditions Pitcher Golden Cost Several Clubs Money But Remains Free A Cincinnati daily paper in refering to Pitcher Golden says he is a free agent and cost Pitsburg Louisville and Rich mond Ky just 000 last year Now neither team will get his services this year and each club owes the other the sum of 300 cart wheels but no one loses Dayton had him and about the middle of the season gave him his unconditional release Ho joined the Richmond Blue Grass League club and played the finish of the season without signing a contract Pittburg saw him and wanted the boy Paid 300 for the draft Got him did not like him and turned the ballplayer over to Louisville for 300 Richmond then had the notion that they wanted Golden again and accordingly pay Louisville 300 Golden wants to get away from Richmond When he left Dayton for Richmond tho latter club never offer ed him a contract which declared him a free agent Notwithstanding that Rich mond received a bunch of money for him The case has been appealed to the national commission and the decision is of course that Golden is a free agent Plttsburg Louisville and Richmond owe each other 300 Each club paid 300 and received a like amount for him The money has been ordered paid back to each club because Richmond has no claim on the player and could not of course sell him No club is out any money no club gains anything Can you beat it Millinery Opening Wo will bo pleased to show you the latest styles in pattern hats Wednesday and Thursday March 23 and 24 Also a beautiful line of Gage hats K V Schmidt Second Street opposite Court House From Our Lover The following love letter to The Climax has just been received from Glasgow Montana My dear Climax You will find enclosed a draft for Titrco Dollars which If I remember aright will pay for you for a year I have tried for several years to get along without you but the longing in my heart has always been up permost for you and I am now forced to throw up both hands an cryl Hold Enough so como on and it matters not whether you are edited by mypld friend Clarence Woods or by one al most as gifted ns he I say come on to me and I promise never again to prove false or fickle to you Sincerely Lndell P Evans Big Crowds Saturday Saturday afternoon is fast growing to be the time for the people of the county to meet in town attend to business make purchasesand look after matters which used to be attended to on county court days The reason for this is attributed to the fact that the roads are better the means of transportation are better and the men had rather come to town la the afternoon and spend an hour or so than wait for a month and have a thousand aod oae tilings to attend to LML frtarfey ftfUnwMi Hit ttrMM wtrt MjIIIa NflT IjIIa Base Ball Gossip Cincinnati business men offer 25000 to its baseball team if it will win the National League pennant The Kansas City Times thinks the business men of that city would be entirely safe in offer ing 50000 for such a purpose A New Law Retail merchants especially grocers heartily approve of a bill which recent ly passed the lower House of the Legislature It provides that if a man earns as much as fifty dollars per month one tenth of that amount maybe garnished for debt and all over fifty dollars per month shall also be subject to garnish ment Will Sell A Street For the first time in the history of the law a mechanics lien was filed on the street of a city A paving firm of Portsmouth Ohio has furnished material for reconstructing North Limestone Street in Lexington and the claim not being paid a lien was filed on the street and if the bill is not paid the street will be sold to the highest bidder to satisfy the judge ment Hope of the Trust The hope of the tobacco trust is to put off buying the pooled tobacco get its little army of dumpers together to help to boost another big crop and breakdown the market and once more gain complete control to be paid producers That accomplished those who are feed log it will again be herded with the vanquished and all fed on six cent tobacco Mr Henry Hargis Dies After an illness of several months Mr Henry Hargis died at his home on North street this Tuesday morning at ten oclock He had been critically ill for several days and his death was ex pacted As the Climax goes to press no arrangements for the funeral have been made Mr Hargis was one of Richmonds prominent citizens and was quite wealthy Ho owned quite a lot of property in town and was a prominent dealer in real estate He was a mem ber of the Methodist church He is survived by his wife and other relatives in the town and county Editor Keeps a Diary- A Hoosier editor who has taken time despite his heavy duties as molder of public opinion to keep track of his material and mental progress during the year offers the following summary of his experience Been broke 300 times had money 05 times praised by the public 6 times asked to drink 8 times re fused to drink 0 times missed prayer meeting 52 times been roasted 521 times washed the otlico towel 3 times missed meals 0 times taken for a preacher 11 times taken for a capitalist 0 times found money 0 times taken bath 6 times delinquents paid 27 times paid in conscience 0 times got whipped 0 times whipped the other fellow 8 times cash on hand at beginning 140 cash on hand at present 07 cents Splendid Display- The openings of spring and summer millinery at the several Richmond store this week have been well attended and the ladies have been showering com pliments upon the splendid selections brought to Richmond this season The styles change so often in recent years that a dealer must go to the leading cities to get uptodate goods and this our local dealers have done this season selecting everything of the very latest pattern and design We are pleased toI nolp the inclination upon the part Richmond and Madison county people to trade at homo and this has warranted our dealers to buy moro heavily than ever before thus enabling them to give my thing you may desire in the new eimtkws The displays are complete and Tim CliwMuriwiYicM tat you visit 4Hli iii Tn tI pes4v Ii i Disastrous Wreck L N Freight Trains Meet HeadEnd Near Town Several Men Killed Monday night about 1135 oclock two freight trains met headend at Whites Station a few miles below Richmond The trains were running at rate of about forty miles an hour and came together in a cut Both of the engines of the large ninehundred type were reduced to scrap iron and about twenty cars smashed into kindling wood As The Climax goes to press Fireman Geo Devore of this city Engineman Buster Samson of Covington and R Storm are still under the wreck dead of course Jim Rourk breakman of this city was rescued from the wreck and brought to the Pattie AClay Infirmary Ibis badly scalded and bruised Harry Lyons conductor of Paris was scratched and bruised slightly and brakeman McKinney was injured about the head In fact every member of both crows was injured more or less The body of Stormcs was recovered this morning and taken from the debris badly mangled Reports of the cause of the wreck are conflicting of course but it is stated that it was caused by the operator at Berca failing to hold one of the trains The property loss is severe and it is said by those who know that 150000 will not cover the damage done The road will not be cleared until lato this Tuesday afternoon and all trains are being run over tim Rowland branch Ceo Devore whose home was in this city was a wellknown and very popu lar young man Ho is survived by his mother Mrs John McKinnn and n sisterLATEuRourk the Richmond brake man lingered at the P A C Infirmary Until 1030 this morning when he died from his injuries A report was circulated this morning that cries from Devoro could be heard but ollicials at the depot say nothing of the kind has been reported A great crowd from town is at the scene the smashup being the worst ever witnessed in this section The Cat and The Fiddle The management of the local opera house has secured a date for The Cat and The Fiddle Lincoln J Carters great trick musical spectacle This is one of the largest and best attraction- on the road and the management was certainly fortunate in securing it The attraction will be presented at the local opera house Thursday the 24th and seats are selling rapidly Grand Master Here Monday night was one of importance and much enjoyment by the local Odd Follows it being the occasion of a visit from Grand Master rN Williams of Lexington Mr Williams is interested in the movement to increase the mem bership in Kentucky to the thirty thou sand mark by July 1st and his report to the local lodge showed that this will be accomplished beyond any doubt He andlXmplimentedi have been managed The local lodge built the opera house and lodge rooms some time since going in debt heavily for same and have by good management paid about all of this off and will soon be out of debt and own the handsome and valuable property At con clusion of the meeting Monday night the brethren were invited to the banquet hill where the Ladies of Rebecca fur furnished a bountiful supper Aa address was made byte Gmad Master several local members mViiysteuft and iatretiaielks Ii1WriItuji 1 l I DEATHS RICHARDSOX Mrs G W Richardson died last Tuesday at her home at Junc tion City aged seventy threeyears Deceased was born and reared in this county and is well remembered by our older inhabitants She lived a lovely Christian life and was allowed more than three score years and ten Deceased was an aunt of Mrs Tom Campbell of this city She is survived by an aged husband cityThursdayville graveyard GRIMES Mrs Sallie Ballew Grimes formerly of this county tied at her home in Kansas City last week She was in her eightyfifth year and death was due to the infirmities of age She was a sister of Mrs A J Tribble and Mrs D F Deatherage and a halfsister of Mrs Chas Watts and Messrs George and William Ballow of this county Mrs Grimes was a member of the Christian church having joined that church in early life and was a good woman who will be greatly missed She has a wide connection of relatives in this county where she is also wellre membered by many pf our older citizens The Potter Shoe Co- Cincinnati Ohio Will exhibit a complete line of the smartest types of Spring and Summer Footwear at the Glyndon Hotel on March 28 We extend a most cordial invita tion to the people of Richmond and vicinity to call and inspect same EUWIN FKASKEN in charge Clean Your Refrigerator Get your refrigerator clean as a now pin in readiness for the first hot day And keep it clean all summer Many women seem to think that so long as the refrigerator is icecold it does not need cleansing Bacteria grows slowly in the average temperature of the refrigerator but very rapidly if as is often the case the iceman is Into and the refrigeragtor is without ice for a time At least twice a month wash the refrigerator with hot water and scour with thoroughyand sides scour until spotless and scald put them out in sun for a while before returning them Thus you refrigerator will always be clean odorless and sani tary Sir Knights Attention The last regular meeting before the conclave at Winchester will be held Tuesday night the 5thof April and it is hoped that all Sir Knights will be present to discuss plans Tho regular election will also be hold at that time Indications point to n large attendance at the Winchester meeting and as Richmond wants to go in proper style it is hoped that every member will be present and lend his assistance in formulat ing plans Big Millinery Opening K V Elder announces to the public that the regular Spring Opening of Mil linery will bo held at his store March 2It and 24 An unusually attractive line has been selected embracing all the newest creations and latest styles A most cordial invitation is extended to all to call and inspect Fine Blue Grass Farm for Immediate Sale Posses sion at Once This fine farm located on a first class pike in Fayctto County within seven and a half miles of the County Seat contains two hundred and fifty to sixty acres of good level land well fenced antI well watered Within two miles of schools churches and within five miles of Railroad Station Is on R F D Tel ephone and the proposed Electric Line I51iIIOVEtVrSS The improvements arc a handsome two story eight room frame house which is very new together with all usual and necessary out buildings There is n good stock barn fifty by one hundred No tobacco barn on the farm at present but a twelve acre one will be built at once Twenty acres of this farm in cfilti vation about ninety acres in meadow and the remainder in good grass This farm is divided by the pike eighty acres on one side and the remainder on the other side Can be sold separately bobousoreThehU1dredsession can be had April 10th this year TERMS Cash or equal to cash If you aro interested in the buying df a desirable farm and one that will maRe you money call on or write me J T FEKRIELL Agent Oldham Building Richmond Ky mar 10 2t Soap Water and Paint I for Spring housecleaning especially paint are most essential to a tidy house You will find Perrys paints tho best and brightest more permanent and f most economical It is so easi ly applied that cvcry good housekeeper will find it parti cularly adaptable to put on the finishing touches after house cleaning PERRYSif pRUG STORE Drugs Paints Stationery Tele 75 Jty a 1F 1 1 i i I 212 i LJ1j d eIiII ItIIfLIMESTONE AINAND r 0 rl IC M ODtL = t l LIMESTONE We Offer You Easter Greetings And Bid You Welcome to Lexington and to Our Store fOur Spring Showing of Mens Wearables Surpasses i Anything We Have Yet Attempted f 1 iiIOJL Ti r44 i l George English l PLUMBINGDoctor for l i Gas and1 T ft Best System of Water Works country and suburban homes 210 E Min Phone 619i RICHMOND KENTUCKYlf + c hew Quartersrz We in our new quarters in the old City Hall building ahdrare better prepared than ever to care forydur skins Bringus your Hides Furs arid Iron Fresh Groceries and vTegetables in season 7 1 harman GrOcery Company l MAIN AND 1 We Show a Line of 1 Benjamin Washington and Art System mall shades of latest Greys Elues Tans and Browns We have greatly improved and are paying special attention to our Boys and Childrensv 9 Departmenta- nd are offering some of the choicest merchan dise from the largest and best Eastern manu factories The is the shoe for class and style at 350 400 and 500 When we call your attention to our Hat Department we do you a favor because we are showing the latest spring creations of such factories as Youman Stetson Roelofs Trim ble and A Ashworth Sons of England What ever you do dont overlook our Haberdashery EXCELLO SHIETSr they fit the best and guarantee colors- AMERICAN HOSIERY UNDERWEAR tho finest made NIPPY NIFTY SPRINGY in novel shades r WHEN INtO RGUY MA11 J OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS CHAS L STRAUS Manager o1k IJhWj4 y II I i Gasoline Engines 1forJ Street areestablished I Clothing Regal Oxford Bury NECKWEAR Peilny Photos 20 for 25 Cents Four Positions The Schlel5elStudio McGaughey Moberley HOmCSAreBungalows See Our iflSMaterial the To Build Them AII Doors jKinds LLumber Ssh Flinloid and 2ply FeltRoofing ToddEdwards Lumber Co Phone iOUCorner Mailli Orcfcard RichmondK Sterling Clothes iAREQTHE BEST- CLOTHES ri1CUFD Bench Tailored Ready too Wear Guaranteed not to RVinf or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits aUsizes from smallest boy to largest nan Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishing Goods Suit rGases Trunks Umbrellas etc atlowest prices for high class goods k iQ LJuBStouffer H a I t u HThe Cat and Th Fiddle at Opera House Thursday Night The Rlckmead Steam LaHRdry at yoHr service Call er rte 22 Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVBSS WT HICKS tf Richmond Ky Millinery Opentof Wo will bQ pleased to sow you the latest styles la pattern hats Wednesday and Thursday March 3 aM 24 Also It JMa1tt tullil1OQlg i- It TJ I i tinr OLIith cn A Legal Picture Puzzle By ANNA iEKltEY Cepyrlght 1310 br Ara CM Pr eAa clatton A number of geatlemen were speak ing of the many cases of poisoning that have occurred in which young wires have been accused of getting rid of old and deb husbands when one of the party an attorney toW the fol lowing story once had such a case and it showed me bow difficult it is to arrive at the truth when certain persons are interested la biding an important part of the truth ihls withholding facts makes us see very plainly as true what is really false A criminal ease In law is like a picture puzzle all tbe parts must be present and flt in their places to show the design Mrs nockaday was the wife of old Hockaday who made a big eonIthe Stock Exchange She was and be sixty when be muffled her Nevertheless they seemed to get on very well together and the young wire appeared to be very fond of her old husband But one day Mr flocks day died very suddenly of a disease his doctor could not make out No suspicions were cast upon his wife at the time But Mrs Hockaday did not wait very long after her husbafids demise to appear at places of amusement and her participation at balls and other such functions soon followed Had she been more circumspect in this regard probably the celebrated case of which she was the central figure would have never occurred The police in order to satisfy a public clamor get up something they call a case aud 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 tbe picture puzzle are furnished but the picture is not even conceived 01- Unfortunately this disposition of tbe case did not satisfy tbe talkers who still insisted that Mrs Oookaday had poisoned her husband She made a statement to a reporter that she would not rest until she bad proved herself Innocent Then she stirred up tbe matter reflecting on Peter nockaday a nephew of her husband who would have Inherited his property had 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 experts This was done and a heavy dose of a poisonffus substance was found in tbe dead mans stomach It was now plain to those who were amusing themselves solving tbe puzzle of the Oockaway case that it would turn out to be a representation of a young widow with one band poison Ing an old man and with the other grasping money bags Mrs nockaday was arrested and placed on trial was her counsel Tbe prosecution brought out an Im portant fact that tended to prove her guilt It was proved that she had paid from time to time considerable sums to an attorney of bad repute for services connected with her husbands property On the day of his deatbibe millionaire went to this attorneys of Dee drank a glass of wine went home and died in a few hours Tbe picture puzzle changed There was now a rich old man a shyster lawyer pouring out a dose with one hand 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 her husbands estate her object being to secure all the property herself and prevent any of it going to any one of her husbands relath es The prosecutor endeavored by cross examination to make him reveal more exactly the na ture of these services but tailed Seeing tuat it behooved me to ex onerate this attorney who had been receiving monty from my client and was accused of poisoning her husband In return for his fees I urged him to- go back to thetlay Mr Uockaday was supposed to have been poisoned and discover his whereabouts at the hour tbe millionaire visited his office Tbe result was tbe proving of an alibi When Mr Hockoday called on the at torney the latter was hi the office of a man from whom ho was endeayoring to extort some money under a sort of blackmail mnnBy this time the puzzle framers were ready to give up all but a young wife making way somehow or other with a rich old husband and a set of rascals helping her Tbere was n 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 Rut when It was inserted tbe puzzle stood gut complete the picture being plain as day In tbo examination of the shyster lawyer it came out that the nephew young Hockaday was inti mate with him And finally I proved that the nephew bad met his undo in the shysters office on tbe day of hi death and the two bad drunk n glass if wine together The nephew was the central piece tu the puzzle and the picture was n rich uncle and a nephew the latter putting poison into tbe old mans glass young Hockaday next intended to poison tbe widow and get the property but she was afraid of him and kept out of ills way Commissioners Sale MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Mary M Bennett II J Bennett Pith vs Archibald Chen ult David Chenault Del ts Under and by vlrtuto of a judgoment and order of sale of tile Madison Circuit Court rendered in the above action at underIslgnfat auction to the prcmisCbillthe hour of 11 oclock m on Monday April 4th 1910 the following described property A certain lot or parcol of land situated inI the town of Richmond TCy pu Second street and bounded and described as fol lows being a part of lot 81 in plan of lasonWalkerBright by J W4 Caportoa Irustco pi Aprl1stault and Mary A Chenault by deed from MBrightBeginning at a corner to lot heretofore llPriceonSocond JeettoMrs Joshua Pigg thence with her lino WPicklesthenco Pi1klesjthoncoowill bo sold fin a credit of six months quiredtoIgivI the pnrchast mows payable id the Mtandi1iec1 iIttUN Ul- t1IIL titIJi LW Oraam Vermifugefi THE 66MUTEEI WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC BtWAKC OF IMITATION THE GttIUI1 rmPAHEO ONLT- BVSaMardSnow Liniment Co eT Ji01Jlf MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY ATTENIION FARMERS Itjs being reported that we Jo not have tho Vulcan plows or repairs We emphatically deny this report We have both and expect to continue to handle thorn I104f TAYLOR OLDIIAM The ClimazL a year Bring your wheat and corn for ex change to the now mill Phone 51 126tf LB Sanders C RELIGIOUS THOUGHT feemi Gleaned From the Teachings of All Denominations We must become more uuinnn If we would become better and more clvi llzedDr Emil G Uirseh Hebrew Chicago Men of Power A fiery furnace or a lions den make little Impression upon a man of Dan iellike character Praying men are menot power Rev Dr John T Stone Presbyterian Chicago Developer of Character Religion with education brings out the young man In nil his character shows the formation and basis of his character and Ideas Itev I1 F Otlarc Itoman Catholic Brooklyn True Greatness The really grunt man la hp who in spite of his relation to carnality and sin leaps beyond or mounts the skies and rises above all fogginess and little ness Uev T A Modal Congrega tlonallst Newark K J Preparation For the Future The best preparation for a good life tomorrow Is living well today The best preparation for another life Is the best use of the life that now is Use and not abuse the world Rev A B Beresford Onlvcrsallst Baltimore Look Out For Your Character The man who Is narrow and sordid In his youth will be narrow and sordid all his life Young men should know that the greatest asset they can have In this life Is charuten Rev W C Robinson Presbyterian Philadelphia Crises and Ideals Life has many crises Every Ideal met is a crisis every duty every vi slon of better things Ideals come upon us in movements Their realiza lion may take a lifetime RPV William Iorkcll Peoples Church Aurora ilL Functions of the Spirit To think to love and to will are functions of the spirit The object of thought Is truth the object of love Is goodness the object of the will is to keep the personal powers In order Ret J F Goucber Methodist Baltl more Test of Ones Religion A Christian will be busy being neigh bor to some one who Is In need The most evident test of a mans religion wilt be found in his attempts to do something for some other Rev William n Day Congregationalist Los Angeles Cal Reward For Small Acts The slightest and most insignificant action performed in a state of grace and done from the love of God with a pure intention to worthy of merit which will one day be transformed Into glory Rev JS M Lynch Ro man Catholic Utica N Y The Price of Progress It In any relation in life progress b to be made wo must pay the price and the testimony of the ages is that no price is too great which buys for us freedom of manhood and womanhood which breaks the shackles of intellectual and moral slavery Rev Dr Wal ter Calley Baptist Jamaica Plains Mass Our Share In Gods Out of Doors It is a beautiful garden Into which God has Introduced us The fresh air and the sunshine the quiet and ra freshing resting places the flowers and the birds the waving corn and tho sliver moonlight the rippling rivers and the mountain stillnesses it is Gods out of doors and ours It is ours but in It God has a share We are to dress and keep it for him When Gods sunlight and fresh air are denied the children In tenement or sweatshop office or factory when the crystal streams of cities and towns are made channels of filth dad foun talus of impurity breeding placesfor disease when children are asked to play on cobblestones or in blind alleys Instead of in fields of living green When schools have their playgrounds In cellars when disgraceful billboards scar the face of nature and vice is segregated upon the streets of a great Christian Itywe are false to out trust Rev Dr Hugh T Kerr Pres byterian Chicago The Immortal Hope Cfownlng all other gifts Is mans Instinctive hope of immortality Man Is the only animal who ever Iltts gravestone mid publishes his convlw tines that the soul lives forever The vastness of this physical universe with its myriad worlds makes it unthink able that our earth alone is inhabited There must be oUter realms where men live and love and Invent nnd sing pray and aspire But the truth and the beautiful and tho good are the same In all worlds AH souls when they meet will bo brothers Mans love of life the overequipment for his little arena ot threescore years his revolt from death his uncompleted sciences and arts and tool his half wrought taws hIs imperfect liberties lask another life Death finds every work cr with bis task half done Something whispers to death approaching l Too shortIeTht time is too sbbrtl Rea son building cities Is a tall angel but Imagination bath wings and forehead that brush against the sky Looking iown on Reason Falti and Love whisper incourneempnt und point ter word tho stars What weight of char inclcrnnd beauty shall be wrought la when time and those that dwell beyond have cotppfeted their ministry doth not yet appear What we dd know encourages the Hope that all that is the need here stall be tta sheaf there bat tht pettlee thai give fto the temple The star feebecause 1k and rises lItldloIIeo dor The Bwnlnjt shall pass because high noo l1JotIlegeRe1 I New eli Dwight RiM CeagneatioBaltet Brooklyn Wocr1ogyh- out1ei4ndiedbyeey rt if vcmrhihiII netoa1ktfilstarts in rtl siseI i tYIoaoed brIns B ierItsysHlwavaI huttiryis- 1aQthibg t jUeatM sartht trlGN isoe Whites Crwwi TWv oiJtti f W oi J or rr hiI CJ KEAN OTE OF THACTI I IFurnitureLace Curtains Mattings Stoves and all Supplies for the Home IOn Easy Payments SAVE YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Give a small payment each week or month from your salary Lejus show how easy and pleasant this can be done Make a note of the fact that we save you 10 to 20 per cent T ON CASH PURCHASESI tU MAN A HIGGINS HOME FURNISHERS I Furniture Carpets and StovesIOpposite KENTUCKYWe r FOR CONGRESS We ahi authorized to announce lIon IlARVSY IIELof Lincoln county a candidate to sticcrcd litnistlf in Coiictfsa front tilts the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party More people are taking Foleys Kid ney Remedy every year It is consid red the most effective remedy lor all idney and bladder troubles that med lea science can devise Kidney dis eases cause more sickness and suffer jug and are more fatal than any other iseases Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder roublA that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Sold byStockton Son Mm Try Mary Patent Flouri om the New Mill in town Phone 57 138tt J B sanders Co A Safeguard To Children lOur two children of six and eight years have been since infancy subject to colds and croup About tines years ago I started to use Foleys Honey and Tar and It has never failed to prevent and cure these troubles It is the only medicine I can Jot the children to take withour a row The above from W C Ornstein Green Ray Wis duplicates the experience of thousands of other users of Foleys Honey and Tar It cures coughs colds and croupe and pneumoniaSotd For Sale Privately Since the death of my father who at tended to our jack stock I find I can not give them tIle 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 old All well bred 0 ready for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from 1 colt to aged jennet well bred 5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Call on or ad dress me at Richmond Ky l5tf ROT C WHITE 130J30Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 We will on Oct 1 st 9 0 give away one fuli Leather trimmed Rubber Tire buggy valued at 0 Also a handsome set of Harness with rolled line and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 This is no humbugIt is a fair deal and legiLima- tit clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade WI will give to each and every purchasera ticket for every Jo wortn of trade with us Each ticket will represent a s 1d at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Kt 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in tll r line of a liberal discount below the customary prices fins offer will save you money when you call in and make you money before you go out See our circulars for full expla nation plenty of them at our t ffice Read Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars 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