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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n i1Iti n c dI 9 1 2i t1 Jf d JTHE t RICHM0N0 CLIMAX Ii t 1 1 t 1 i i 36th YEAR y 7 Y RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 30 19 1 o NUMBER 43 4 WALL PAPER Is an to an Good Feed and Good Stock Ssde go Givo your stock our of feed and youll an improvement almost immediately Youll get better results in or prices if you de cide to selL Have us send you up to test the of our It pay Burnside i RobinsonC- oal Lime Cement Sand and Plaster Material and Warehouse on L N R R RICHMOND P VULCAN CHILLED PLOWS I The Vulcan Co I EYAHYILIE 1111 Isfced Strong Durable light Draft Rib Strengthened Mold Full Chilled ShinpJece Interlocked EdgeChillSTRONGEST and MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made J WHon buying a Plow ConoldpequalltYFlratPrloeSecond FOB 6ALC BY Dong as Simmons DeatherageAG- ENTS Wholesale and Retail Vulcan Chilled Plows and Repairs Syracuse Hill side Plows and Repairs r A Wood Harrows Mowers Binders CultiyatorsHamilton Corn Planters Repairs for South Bend Plows NVw Place on Second Street Phone 20 GIVE US A CALL J r We Sell cr May Manton tor1Y Patterns 5v s 1Oc Each f he Right Way to get good work D buy your paper from up date Jne and get uplodate paper hanger together kind notice either work yield better enough truth claim will Salt Office PHONE 142 Plow WeHR Buckeye Stock Notes G W Davis of Mt Carmol Ky sold this week to Iowa parties tho handsome coming twoyearold stallion Mexican Chief 3801 for 400 This colt Is by the noted Woodland Chief I W W Wheeler sold at Harlan Iowa 4 boars and 34 sows Poland Chinas that averaged 124 One sow brought 345 and the boar Wonder reached same fig ureA Henderson Ky butcher paid 81300 for forty 200 pound hogs on Thursday of last week This is the higost price reported in any market This is above the general quotations and suggest that probably that butcher was in the hole e About 3500000 pounds of the 1009 pooled tobacco has been delivered in Fleming county which leaves only about 500000 pounds yet to bo received inwin ter order Heavy deliveries arc yet being made and work is being rushed on the now redrying and storage plant which is being erected there A dispatch from Danville says Spears Son of Paris through their agents have practically bought the en tire 500 acres of hemp which was raised in Boyle county this season The hemp in the county will average between 1000 and 1500 pounds to the acre An average price of 550 was paid by the purchasers Sheep are dying in large numbers from a strange disease in some coun ties and some farmers report heavy losses It is said that sheep afllictcd with the disease become suddenly sick and die before they can be relieved Some attribute the malady to the hard winter while others say it is caused by an insect which enters the head through the nostrils The horse sale of Kennedy and Bram blett at Carlisle March 15 was a grand success Between 80 and 90 horses mules and cattle were sold at good prices Carlisle Chief the saddle stallion j of W M Mathers sold for 300 Several other stallions were sold at prices ranging from 250 to 300 Also some jacks and jennets were sold at low prices Mules sold from 225 to 150 per pair A dispatch from Carlisle says Hogs sold the banner at the farmers sales being held in this county when 11 con tinues to be realized when but few buyers are found All stock and pro dude is selling sky high The worst butter famine ever known hero is now being realized and little isto be had at thirty cents per pound with many families being compelled to do without it entirely More than 10000 hens from the United Spring 1910 t Pine 12 W P BAXTERStates nod Europe will meet in an egg- laying contest at Mexico Mo next fall theIioultrybe built and conducted under the super vision of the United States Department of Agriculture conducted along the lines of one hold a fewyoars ago in Australia It will last six months and is intended demonstrate the possibili ties of a scientifically conducted poultry businessAt Northern Illinois poultry show the famous Porter turkey was sold by Mrs Walter Porter of Belvidere to E H Burns of Orient S D for 500 This gobbler has taken first prize and sweepstakes at Madison Square Now York Baltimore and Hagerstown Md and other cities where national poultry shows have been held His weight is fiftythree pounds and he is said to be the largest turkey in the United States Mr Burns has tried for three years to buy this turkey but up to the present had been unsuccessful Folks who have been upbraiding the packer the farmer tho butcher and a host of other dealers for the high cost of living have been on tho wrong track according to W H Wiley Chief of the Bureau of Chemistry of the United States Department of Agriculture In an address before the Knife and Fork Club at Kansas City Mo he said Every time a boy leaves the farm it is an impetus to increase the cost of living A scarcity of farm labor makes wages higher and an added city populace also adds to it the cost of food products When the boys go back to the farms prices will recede to their normal level C C Madden of Bourbon had a PolandChina sow that made a wonder ful record The sow farrowed a litter of 8 and saved 6 on March 27 19G9 and farrowed a litter of seven the follow ing August The first litter of six was killed Dec 10 1909 and weighed on foot an average of 316 pounds The second litter reduced by death to three sold Dec 10 and averaged 100 pounds The sow was killed Dec 10 and weighed 385 pounds The first litter aggregated 1899 pounds the second litter aggregated 300 pounds and the sow 385a aggregate of 2575 pounds in eight and a half Months which at the present market price would represent a 25750 Concrete nests for a lifetime investment tf House for Sale My house in Burnamwood new brick every convenience wellbuilt ten rooms outhouses and cistern Is rented for this year at 830 per month Hot water heating system Can be inspected until April 1st 3232t R K STOSE Prince Rion Do not breed your mares until you seo Prince Ilion tho greatest young horse ever stood for service In Madison county He is just coming five years old is 16 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 the only stallionsth- ever stood in Madison county that was sired by a horse with a record or 2Qi and out of a mare with a mile in 210 See this great horse at Bob Walkers stable before you breed f mar 162 mo 2 Poultrymen investigate the now irx on crete nests They are worth your while Even Brooms Go Up Housewives may within a very few months bo compelled to pay a dollar lot an ordinary broom is the discouraging prediction of the manufacture ors of This commodity in Southern Indiana Evansville factories are ported o be offering three times the normal prices for broom corn and they find it an extremely scarce article even at that figure It is stated that of the supply now on hand if an equal division could be made there is only enough broom corn in the ountry to supply two brooms to each family and the next harvest is months away Eggs for Sale I have for sale Black Minorca Rhode Island Rods 100 per setting for 15 2 settings for 150 C M Embry Phone 312 R Moberly Ky 4t J R Pennington Dentist Office next door to Government building Richmond KyNotice For the season of 1910 I will at Brassfield Kyt offer the services of the following splendid stock My big jack Dixie better known as the Hord jack and a fouryearold Rex Pcsvine stallion Also threeyearold Jack Twigg stallion These horses are half brothers their dam being a standard bred mare eligible to register Full dO scription and service fee will be published later N G W N TODD 3233t Brassfield Ky Wrong Way a o oldstock anybody hang Phone WALL PAPER r l J c y tA Iii + Better Mattress Ti tFor Less Moneycf Our liberal guarantee is backed up by the i i Stearns Foster Coand proves beyond doubt the superior quality of Stearns Foster mattresses TBEStEARS fOSTER no you to do of is a by a or a sa in 60 M 1 A Fred N Y writes For a long time I was affected with trouble which caused an almost constant pain in my back and inflam mation in my bladder Other reme dies did not even relieve me but two 50cent bottles of Rem edy completely cured me and I have not had any of trou ble for over two years Kid ney is a safe and certain remedy for all and bladder disease acute or chronic It is a splen is to lot and get to it for you F MATTREss on A d d tonic for middle need and sure cure for all a races of the and bladder It will cure anv case and bladder disease that is not the reach of No cando more Sold by Stock ton S Son Good health is when there is any of the diges tive organs Orino is a natural for stomach liver and bowel It aids the liver and cures Sold by Son mlm 4 1 We it to than other at Stearns Foster Mattrc allow to examine the SIGC most to know of mattress you something other maker allows The most mattresses dark secret and you cant judge merely pretty ticking clerks pleasant talk Come today Ever mattress sold nights free trial Oldham LackeyWorth Dollar Drop Patchon Manlius kidney Foleys Kidney symptoms kidney Foleys Remedy kidney whether The buy Qeopleanda elderlyI kidney beyond medicine medicine impossible derangement Foleys Laxative remedy troubles digestion stimulates constipation Stockton be All you the side the very Closing Out Sale Assignee of Golden Flom wish to arnwunco to the public that have hand handsome lino of monuments and grave markers that must dispose of u once regardless of cost 33tf H PIGC Assignee Fine Eggs For Sale- I have lot of fullblooded single comb brown leghorn eggs for sale at per setting of 15 eggs 150 for two rt C 4ft Ef Cc Hustling Cash StoreJ We Want to Sell You This Season WINDSORGRADE 139O Ii guarantee better any advertisetmake any priceli important buyy ifI I on a I C a or KICKf23tf MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin SuIIcrcrst Drop Greasy Salves and 41ThatPrescription stops the awful itch with the first drops A prescription of acknowledge r value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will take awaythe itch right away and you will personallknow Sold by Stockton Son Richimood Ky itt ktt5 We Sell t May Manton PatternsrIOc Each f Spring 1910 L 4 t t f 1 r- rJ L1 r J fp t r theeati heaviest Spring trade in ears is very promising 1V are after our share Therefore ehave i 1 c + t f v t i t l laidjn heavy supplies in all lines and being Cash Buyers we were able to secure large quantities bf merchandise at rock bottom tigfprices enabling us to give our customers the benefit haof0 1 than we offer Remember we keep v tT7Iff 1 r Iru Bopdsv Clothing Shoes Carpets Mo ting Rugs Trunks Telescopes Etc Eta f ij L I tj iT I f in Wec6ntinu tftf tr tm a4atevern s PHliib1 l = afievei iif II if i + c G r e a f i r fiiid f I O i1 to K t e y v c ifolr C Honest xa IT RNces J 1 r i P c ii c s- 5 Jj LZ Z t J ifi jl ti ft 1 1 L o ff 1 1lW r IExo G r Ut1ij18 x e 5Qm ti t tqu aAt f r l 1n 1 k 1 i f 7 io j 4tr f i 1 1 t 1 a it lA i fifjf d l 1 c 1 1ri i r r- Y rYR 3 w j c 1r J f I t 11br U rV t II p i tf j Av S II SLiFIa- i4 f1 o1U l g MI 7 e t J f rte 1 It s Wtw 1 ts FA d Y 0 ycif- f I Iof r II tJ noj If n IJ f- I IIIIc I i J n 00i w a t u r r Iua lr c r j oaanasasrrA w r 3 I r Tobacco Canvas 2123 and 3 12 c r Thompsons Glovefitting Corsets ro BUY I EARLV Just look at McKee while down street if you want to see something new and pretty for spring They are getting e in all of their fi New Ginghams I Cheviots and White Materials Be sure and see their Embroideries V for they are the handsomest we have ever bought at the price Owen IVIcKee See Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns I u n Tie Richmond Climax HERT WEBIEJW IT TIlE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Utnbtr ol PRESS FBICE 100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAR 30 1910 WHEK many of the real estate men in Richmond are without a house on their list and none in sight it is indicative of n prosperity that is hard to gainsay Orice again almost all businesses in Rich mond are flourishing This being true it will do no harm to point out a lesson that follows the two years of semi adrer city that existed not only in Richmond but all over tho country That lesson is this Save Many who had made big wages for n long period of years proceed ing the industrial depression of 1007 were caught with practically nothing to their credit in bank or other savings in stitution They had lived high and well had indulged in all the sports that their incomes had afforded and enjoyed life generally Then the times came their wages were reduced or they were entirely without wages and they were hard pressed to obtain oven necessities in manp instances The right conservation of the income which means the practice of economy without stinginess eventually will lead to comparative indepen dence This may best be dono by system atic saving of course as few persons have the knack of laying up anything that will frighten the wolf from the door unless they do it according to a system If you have a position paying a decent salary or you are in business that is making youa fair profit now this week talayis the time to prepare for the evil daywhich lot us hops is far distant when there will bo hungry mouths to feed childrens clothing to Guy and in surance premiums to meet and when perhaps the cash in the box will not be deep enough to cover the bottom In other words Jn time of peace prtpare for war IT required the united efforts of the Democrats with assistance of several Republicans to turn tho trick but they finally succeeded inoverthrowingSpeak er Cannon who has ruled the National House with a rod of iron Uncle Joe had things all his own way for so long that he had como to tho conclusion that hems the whole cheese the high muck amuck and when even members of his own party became disgusted it was high time that ho be shorn of his loch Tho House took pity on him after de priving him of his unlimited power and permitted him to retain his place as speaker Uuclo Joe having signified his intention of Icing good It was the old story wo see illustrated so often give a man too much power and ho grows to think he must be obeyed implicitly right or wrong Tho calling down will not only provo a blessing to the country but will serveas a lesson for others who are inclined to outgrow their trousers THE daily papers report that Fairbanks has sailed for home after a trip abroad FairBanks letsseo Who the mischief isFairbanks Oh yes ho was once vice president Its strange but true that not ope in ten people remember vice presi dents When a man is elected to this job he is never again thought of Gome to think of it this is a good way to get rid of some would bo public men JUDGE Jack Mcncfee of Stanford has adopted a new method of working on blind tigers Instead of arresting and fining the offenders he simply stations a guard at the depot an takes possession of all the booze shipped into town As the mint along Si Asaph creek is beginning to sprout the Judge will doubt less have many calls at his office by old friends THE Federal court at Indianapolis is dealing anything but gently with grafters in public office Iris not so difficult to break the State laws and get away scot free or beg vena slap on the wrist but Uncle SAM is swift to enforce penalties for inisiieeds If you want to break laws bet6ereteec gigot of those of Uncle 8waiI aia erJ tieCllvler prable et W t ilrMMCrlrMt 1 tt tiff M ttttlibr t J n 5 aI A negro was murdered in the Frank fort penitentiary last week by a follow convict This does not speak well for the report recently made by the investi gating committee who made it appear that the place was more like a Sunday School than the homo of evildoers FISDISG Dr Cook bids fair to bo one of the popular summer pastimes for newspaper correspondents Buys Fine Jacks Mr Ed Bourne of Missouri has been in Kentucky for several weeks buying a carload of jacks Monday he bought of Mr Elmer Deatherajrc the otters fine jack at 1500 The car load will loam Lexington this week Beyond The U 00 Mark When pigs got to bo worth 9 cents a lb 111stopas Mr Porker has gono right on increas oflhisLouisville live stock market At Hender son 13 12 cents a pound was reached Dealers say the price will advance in stead of declining To Return to Ford A Lexington paper says R L Thomas the millionaire horseman of Kentucky and New York will retire from the race horse business and devote his time to his interests at Ford Ky Thomas is very prominent in turf circles and has owned some good one Last fall in a quarrel with a jockey he received a bad knife wound over the heart His return to push his interests at Ford means much business to that thriving little city AdamsHenshaw Tho marriage of Miss Mannio Adams of this city to Mr George llenshaw of Denver Colo came as a surprise to both the brides friends and family theirIlast Tuesday and in tho afternoon of Wednesday they quirky drove to the parsonage of Rev Hugh McLellan and Yere married They left on the four oclock train Thursday morning Tho bride is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Adams of Whites Sta tion and is well known hero having filled tho position as clerk in the store of J M Azbill on Main street Sho numbers her friends by tho score and is liked by everybody Mr Henshaw is a well to do citizen of Denver and wo consider him very fortunate in securing so lovely and admired girl from our midst We extend our hearty congratulations to both Mr and Sirs Henshaw and wish them much joy over the matrimonial sea of life A Friend Mr Jurdy Lowry Wilmore Ky says I cured some very sick chickens with your Bourbon Poultry Cure and lind it to bo the best poultry remedy I have over used Fine Bluegrass Farm for Im mediate Sale Possession at Once This fine farm located on a firstclass pike In Fayette county within 7 12 miles of the county seat contains two hundred and fifty to sixty acres ofgood level land well fenced and well watered Within two miles of schools churches and within five miles of railroad station Is on R F D telephone and the proposed electric litie IMPROVEMENTS The improvements are a handsome two story eight room frame house which is very now together with all usual and necessary out buildings Tehro is a good stock bam 50x100 No tobacco barn on the farm at present but u twelve acre one will be built al once Twenty acres of this farm in cultivation about 90 acres in meadow and flip remainder in good grass This farm is divided by tho pike eighty acres on one side and the remain sopiaratolycan bo bwshtforJ131npor acre Tha SO acre tract which bas no laaprove meats can beJxruKht for469 The prop arty with imptveaeats e a be bw fet beshadTEItVS Cash or equal to cash If you aro interested ia the buying of adesirablfargiT aMe tkikwill tttw9ce- Mott roesy exit Wi fit 1vt a illel 1 1I Jjt tJltJ p rJ iit j a t Latest Bali News Management Secures Splendid Players Improvements Made at Park Everything in Readi ness for Play For several months the ofliccrs of the Richmond Base Ball Club have been hard at work in securing players or more properly speaking selecting play ors to make up this years team They have spared neither time nor worry with the work and left no stone unturned that would tend to get together an aggrega tion of players of which our town will bo proud and who can win games The Climax is pleased to announce that this work has been about completed and the players to report hero como with the very best of recommendations The Richmond management did not rely upon a simple sayso from one or two people but made a thorough investiga tion of every case before signing tho man The men will report in Richmond April 15th Manager Maloney reporting on April 1st Work on permanent for mation of the team will then begin tho men being worked out thoroughly and every fellow given ample opportunity to give evidence of his skill and proficiency It is not tho intention of tho manage meit to can any man until he has had every chance to prove his worth Tho Climax is delighted to say that Maloney wilt manage the team and as the fans aro aware of his splendid abili delightlieand a good playerjust tho man for tho place and in his selection the management made a wise move Many of last years players have been sigocdas list below will show and they arothe cream of tho tcamacknowlcdgcd to have been the best in tho League Maloney is a man of fine executive ability and is very popular with our people The grounds have undergone several changes for the better Tho club house has been moved to right field corner lot waysThofore The mud hole causing trouble last year has been filled in This caused much trouble last year and the players as well as patrons will bo delighted to hear of the improvement The largo posts havo been removed from the grand stand being supplanted by small iron ones and there are only two of the latter improvementas old ones In fact it was impossible to see many plays tetra sitting neat or behind them Two large private boxes have been built over the players benches making splendid accommodation for those desiring to entertain parties of friends The advance in price for a box will bo trivial and those will provo ex ceedingly popular with people desiring to take their friends to the games The management has also arranged to have Main street oiled to and beyond the en trance to park and this will bo hailed with delight by patrons Last year the dust was frequently bolt deep and made tho trip to the grounds very unpleasant The uniforms are very handsome and attractive Tho traveling uniform will be of grayish brown black trimmings white and Hack stockings caps and bolts Richmond appears across front of shirts in black totters Tho homo uniforms will bo of white with black trimmings stockings caps mid Celts as above The letter K appears on shirt About thirty players havo been signed Tho pitchers are Creager Knox Wills of last year The new ones are Tom Thomas righthander from the Central League Maloney says ho is better than Golden Ho is from Piqua Ohio Alonzo Hedges righthander now of Paducah who has played two seasons with the Minneapolis American Association team Geo Hector lefthander of Buffalo who won 17 out of 22 games in Empire State League Also the bit righthander Burges who is six feet tall weighs 100 pounds and is considered a great find Maloney is proud of securing Burges A deal is on for other pitchers but the Bfangement is not ready to give out rmaUOII The catchers are T4ttiesdanehnand Brahic Ktchmoad fans know what Thpsseado sad tho equallyLtdnan snd Taylor There wiio itmov asiy Taylor is a seeood DAWSOB Tho Ordyl wa itt JWN bite Jut rf UN YtrtWilt6tt Ot r f a ljii1ritj Jt r I r f boon selected to cover third while short will bo leaked after by Tjlford of last year McCann reconlmeritlcd by Bush of Detroit cad another now find Frank Cox of Memphis The outfielders are Old Whit of last year Furssedown Murphy and WindelL Tho season opens in this city Thursday May 5th with our rivals Winchester The foregoing list is con sidered by those who aro well posted to bo the best that could have ben secured and Richmond fans should bo delighted to know that they havo every reason to believe that an even better team than that of last year has been secured Versailles SunHub Dawson who signed last Fall as catcher for the Min neapolis team leaves next Sunday for lies Moines Iowa to go into training until tho middle of April when tho opening game of the season will bo played at Indianapolis Mr Dawson made a fine record with the Richmond team in tho Blue Grass last year lead ing the league in batting the average The Louisville Times says tho release of Pitcher Hugh Hoeschole to the Rich mond club of Bluegrass League marks tho going of ft promising youngster Hoeschclo is a big southpaw and tho fow innings he pitched in practice showed that he had the making of a good twirler He probably will return to tho Louisville club at the end of the season asa string is attached to him It will bo good news to the fans to know that Suds Baird is in our midst and is putting in sovernl hours p day in hard training Suds is the jjoods and can bo relied upon to deliver his share of tho goods in the final count Louisville Herald Grayson has turned Hugo lIoeschel over to Richmond in the Bluegrass League This youngster is a southpaw and is there with tho benders Ho is young but is a comer and should prove a stellar twirler in the Bluegrass Joo Prowitt Chenault will bo the official scorer for the season Mrs H ASulzer Stephensburg Ky says Your Bourbon Poultry Curo is all right I had a fino turkey so sick with cholera she could not eat and it cured her I also cured my chickens of gaps with iL Sold by Perrys drug store Dwelling For Rent Now occupied by Louis Landram on on Glyndon Ave opposite P A C In firmary Possession at once W W Plea Accepts Call In Virginia A special from Nicholas ille says Dr D Clay Lilly has accopted a call to tho pastorate of tho Grace Street church in Richmond Ya Dr Lilly is a brother of Hon Grant E Lilly of this city For Sale One green velour davenport 1 white mountain refrigerator rattan couch six dining room chairs and a few other articles if taken today or tomorrow LOUIS LANDRAM Glyndon Ave A Special Opportunity Mr N Y White takes great pleasure in announcing that a representative for Otto Lucdcking the famous shirt maker will be with them on April to take measures for shirts He will also bring a line of special samples of Underwear and Xeckwear the latest styles and if you want the very best call at this time when you will have tho same advantage that you would have if in one of tho largest stores in the East Obituary Ester joys and gladness were shadow ed by grief in the homes of tho relatives and friends of James ORourke and George Devoro who met with a tragic death in tho accident which occurred last week at White Station on the L S Nlt R George Devote who was a son of Mrs McKenna of this city a youngman of tho happiest disposition whose genial and pleasant manners won for him many friends was laid to rest in the cemetery at Lexington on Thursday morning James ORourke who was taken from tho wreck alive but fatally scalded and brought to the infirmary for treatment died at 10 oclock Tuesday With heroic fortitude ho faced the inevitable and with a prayer recommending him self to his God ho wont to meet his judgment His death occurred near to the death of his mother a year ago and his loss was made to feel all the more burdensome by the remembrance Ho was of exceptional character and habits bright honest and progressive and the future held much in store for him had ho lived The ways of God era inscrutable and while wo regret the passing of these young men wo bow in submission to the divine will and our thought in this sea son is of a ressurrection that is to come which gives us tho assurance that the separation is only fora time Bronchial Tubes All Stuffed Up While aresident Washington D C suffered continually and intensely simpyterribothat I could hardly breathe I would choke up fill up in my throat and bron- chia tubes and the doctoring that I did and the remedies used were of no benefit lloothsIJomeiand bronchial affections and procured an outfit I received relief from tho first by its use I continued with it and re ceived a cure It is about two years since I havo suffered at all from my 101N1Hyomei is guaranteed by B L Middle ton to curo catarrh croup bronchitis coughs colds and sore throat or money back A complete Hyomei pronounced High druggistsoerywhere ber pocket inhaler and bottle of Hyomei extra bottles Hyomei cost 50c Free sam othIHMIONACures indigestion stOOlach tablets Public ol I will expose to public salo at my residence on Lancaster Aye at 10 am on Sator ii4 h10 the following ta wit A lot of Household and Kitchen fur niture including brass acd iron beds dls 1olla chiffonier a Princess Dresser a collection of Mexican pottery and other things too numerous to mention Also a rubb r tired Pisaetro IW a good addk ra4 totdte tf fj x I Lclw a i s t e Rice ArnoldPRICE O = =H= =H H=h vs n s ismfs =H=H== =H= =H 1= sais i For Fent Two furnished rooms for gentlemen Apply to MttS TUUNFR 130 MAIN ST New Turban Call and sop the latest thing in Turban Caps hair and net covered ready to pin on head using your own hair for braids They aro light cool and ventilating The most beautiful Turban Coiffures can bo quickly and with the greatest rasa Hair and hat pins easily inserted also- a Mull lino of genuine human hair braids and hair nets WiU be on display this week Watch My Window Mrs J C Georgo Phono 430 142 E Main St d ri rV 7V JPenos onall Mr L B Vcisenburgh is in Chicago businessMr Hart of Winchester was a visitor hero Sunday Mr and Mrs A D Miller wcro in Lox ington yesterday Miss Sue Smith has returned from a visit to friends in Florida Mlss Amelia Kavanaugh is visiting relatives in the country Mrs Ed Smith of Somerset has been wising relatives in this city Miss Annie May Walker entcrtaincda taw friends the past week Mr C S Gray and family have removed to Lexington to reside Judge J C Chenault was in Stanford on legal business last week Miss Annie McKee has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mrs W A and children Lava returned from DoLarid Fla Mr G C Rice and Dr Patrick of Paint Lick wcro recent visitors here Miss Bessie fiddle has returned to Irvine after a visit to Mrs Ncalo Dennett Mrs Ann Robinson of Lancaster has been the recent guest of Miss Jennie Parks Miss Ilallie J Eppes has returned from a visit to friends in Winchester and Paris Mr and Mrs V P Smith of Somerset aro visiting Mr and Mrs Joo Oldham at Brassfield Mrs JB Allen and of Car lisle are visiting her parents Mr and tits Zaring l S Consult our show windows for the latest styles in footwear We can fit you We carry all sizes and widths TRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE HOUSE ht = = 31 Cap complete produced Langford daughter Mrs Harry Hills and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Cloverport Mr W 111 Mays and V S Marshall havo been visiting Dr and Mrs Tread way in Paint Lick Mr Frank Smith has gono to Torrin ton Wyoming to make his future homo Tho Climax wishes him well Mr George Heap and little daughter Elizabeth has joined his wife here for a visit to Miss Halle Eppes Mr and Mrs Tom Wilcox and littlo son James Otto spent last last week with relatives in Estill Mrs O P Bush of Lancaster spent from Satuday until Monday with her mother Mrs Emma P Bush Sirs Richard Newland and littlo daughter of Stanford have been recent guests of relatives in this city Miss Nancy Terry has returned from a two days visit with her parents Mr and Mrs John Terry m Paint Lick Mrs Sallie Frost and Mrs Lena Mil ward after a few days visit to Mrs George Simmons have returned to Lex ington Mrs G W Frazier has returned home to Wiscmontown after a weeks visit to her mothers Mrs Theodore Wilson at Moborly Lexington Leaden Mrs R N Roark and daughter Miss Katherine Roark of Richmond hove been visitors in Lexing ton this week Miss Ida Million who for several years hold a position with the Telephone Exchange Co has resigned and later will go to Cincinnati The Richmond Cotillion Club will dance tho next gcrman tonight at the MasonicTemple It will be an Easter affair and will bo led by Judge and Mrs R Shackelford Mrs Wm Martin and children attended the birthday celebration of her father Mr A K Lewis hold at his home in Winchester last week Ho was seventy = nine years of age Dr and Mrs L R Henry have return ed from Florida while they spent the winter While in the South they visit ed Mrs Henrys aunt Mrs W T Green at Bluffton Georgia Stanfond Journal Misoss Mary and Willie Traynor who havo been guests of Miss Ella May SaUnders returned home to Richmond todayJas F Conway of Richmond was in town on business Nicholiisville Journal Miss Gladys Perry of Richmond has returned home afternoon a visit to Miss Helen Hunter Dr II C Lilly will lame next week for his future homo in Richmond Ho and his attractive family will bo greatly missed in tho community Winchester SunSentinellIIr Reed Juett of Richmond visited friends here SundayMr J Tevis Cobb of Rich mond was in tho city on legal business FridayuuMrs Elizabeth Miller add Miss Bessie Miller of Richmond visited relatives hero this week Mrs A C Buchanan and daughter Miss Elath attended tho beautiful reception given by Mr and Mrs Sim mons of CampbollHagerman College Lexington last week The Lexington papers give almost a column write up of the affair which was reported as one of the most elaborate ever given in that cityTho Cccilian Club have elected the following officers for a you Mrs M C Kellogg President Mrs G W Pickles First Vice President Mrs B L Middle ton Second Vice President Miss Julia Higgins Secretary Miss Sue Smith Treasurer Mrs B L Middleton Mrs J R Johnson and Mrs Burton Faris the program committee German Com posers will bo tho subject for next years work- Lancaster Record Misses Mattio and Janie Walker of Paint Lick havo re turned from a visit to their father Mr E H Walker in Louisville at ono of the hospitials Mrs Samuel Lackey of Madison county was here last week visit ing her sister Mrs Robert rnoldu Mrs Matlie Terrill of Richmond is hero visiting her sister Mrs Susie Leaven Robert Walker Richmond is visiting Lancaster friendsuMlss Bettio West is in Richmond visiting her sister Mrs Ethel West DarnoldDlrs Charles Collier and littlo son James have gone to Richmond for a visit to Mrs Colliers parents Mr and Mrs James Burnside uuMrs George Bellow has returned to her home in Richmond after visiting her mother Mrs Edna Francis Do farmers eat the proper sort of food muchlarger becauseheHe should however use great care inhealthcitytorecentdemonstrationsp Oats fed nun is the man with greatest physical endurance and greatest mentalvigor Farmers should give this subject careful thought should increase bythemselvesfarmhands Packed in regular size 10cj55ckages and jn hermetically tins hot n GentlemenStop = CoDsider Money Earned is Money Saved You can do both by coming now and selecting one of those swell Sufts and Coats and Pants that wo are selling at such low figures Tho prices aro very low considering tho values wa era giving If paysto dress well particularly when you can get such clothes at so little a price No matter your form shape or figure we can fit you stylishly and becomingly Our clothes are designed and tailored by the Celebrated Master Tailor Schlo5SBros Co of Baltimore and New York It isnthow little you pay that makes the dollars count its how much value you get and hate your clothes wilt wear and keep their shape Its the man who must Make every dollar count Who pots somnchsatisfaction from our goods theirtthOTdugUiy good quality means ecoBOKy to him We are Sole Agents for Ladies Queen Quality fine Shoes t Ietthi Our New StXIes in the Celebrated aKneeland rtas tolriceatM minute y We are j t owtngall then nr thing n Dress nodsNotions1 Hosiery Uadeeweur lW h Good tie Seth the nets stuffWM st stir p r e liailag kWpr M50I1Rur1i fitzt Ikntfttil k su i them f D OJIIam a Companyr s rIh J t u 1P Jl iJi TJlf i tt Mrr Maude Mackey Walker I have opened a hair dressing parlor on West Main St two doors above Stock tons drug store and am prepared to do all kinds of hair work Braids puffs and transformations made from combings Also havo a nice lot of braids in stock I use nothing but human hair Braids dyed hair restored to natural color This work is done at a reasonable price Bring your work to me and I will savq you money Phones 515 res idenco 202 3231 mo For Sale Firstclass surrey and phaeton also set Harness Bargains Hugh McLollan tf Lancaster Avc The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 1yr Notice To Contractors The Board of Education of the city of Richmond will re ceive bids for the additions to the White and Colored School buildings until 300 oclock p m March 31st at the office of the Caldwell High School The Board reserves the right to Deject any and allIbids The successful contractor will be required to give bond satisfactory to the Board for the completion of the work on or before August 25 191- 0ZT RICE 2t Secretary Gordon sCorrect illiner a It tA Term that stands for Ex f cellence of Style Quality and for Low Prices WE NEVER SACRIFICE QUALITY The standard must be of the best whether in a rose bud wire frame or a trimmed hat All must come up to the high standard of Gordons Correct Millinery t Needless to say we are prepared to show the largest and most complete line of Trimmed aria Untrimmed Hats with all novelty triraminjrs We Specialize on Mourning Millinery and Black Hats Our showing of tulioollutd Dress Hats for children is most complete and assure you its the best and newest idea in Childrens Head vaie d rt iffifhf 1 W aJI Ffr Hair Goods f Our assortment complete in all coiors We were the first to introduce the turban cap and coronet braid in Lexington The best feature of thisDej partmenflFe Gual antE Satisfaction Agents Shefflers Instantaneous Colorine for the Hair our price bar pOT buttl Only Millinery Store giving Green Trading SamPtAsk for them a Roasts for 1tor the smallest family anti tenderest chietskjHII st meat you ever put bettttcu your teeth Our j efs so A tender it will almost melt in your mouth Mtkoukany cllt W ing at alt Let iIseJ1d you V1 for Sunday s dinner cc CU i Thtit iMta2tawMt k uu wtas w wt aa l ww i I I t r tF y= 1J tl rktQli12F if i1r 2 1t if f u cu rcC r l111 = Jl Y 1 ffif 1HIflU t zM 0 t LADIES VISIT OUR I ss s MILLINERY DEPARTMENT L inspection0ie 5 5Cs ii v and our prices are right 1s Ohs i So i i E 10 and 15 cents i f Respectfully to the Cash Tradees Main Street Kentucky SSS SS SS Its Building Time st 5 If you intend to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I will be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly doneFirst class work guaranteed Get my estimate before mtHug contracts for anything in the carpenters neS t Jf r = WI are established in our new quarters in the U City Hall building and are better prepared to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries und Vegetables in season 1 DID you ever lookup the meaning the words Price and Cost We venture youd be interested even meantnot money not cash but Reward Praise Worth In the days of Caesar they called it Pretium Cost comes from the old Icelander word Kostcr signifying to Choose to Test to Prove o So Price is tftli Worth of the thing sold Cost means liweiltne thing bought proves up in actual use So were not so far off the tracktoday for when you buy paint the Price of itshcmldbe the p1easur of its usefulness in appearance and wear Its Cost toy u will be how well it stands the test yptTput it to Ift does well its cheap if not you paid too much Measured by this poor paint costs far far more than good paint never worththc price askedand never stands the test of wear Theres one house paint made thatsY9Jth the andstands the test and thats HORSE BRAND HOUSE PAINT best lead zinc aged linseedoil japan coloring matter and nothing else honest materials honestly preparedsoIdon honor Seven gallons of HORSE EKp PAINT covers a much surface as ten gauooof ordinary paint and covers it longer Ji Then too thercsa fidi Ike 1sOd HOLSE HOZLAflP- aint Spcddtict HORSE SHOE J1AKI tifor the Roof for the Perch fof ifcc Iteor for I W W Sow for Buggies Wagsiflct for wcytM When youre ready to buy torpaiftt pedsc and natdtc PrL und the Coit heck fc W all the P2lRt JU ii1that here is oeLad IiM roureJOokiq Stoetclon Il- T rtif cj a Griffon iU I Inhere are two kinds ofclothes1 those c rmaidefor men who know what they want I 4 rld2 those made for men who are not 5ss0I certain If you are looking for clothes of gif the first classf you expect first class clothes j inj S Griffon Clothes f For Men and Young Men 1 Because our business is done with the class Z ofmen who know good clothes We of ofer them only selected fabrics refined pat and correct styles terns 5s S i McCall PatternsJ 0 Submitted S o I iJE v ELDERs 41 Richmond g f ooSG S S S S S S S SS S S S 0 S S 8 JEFF STONE New Quarters V M hurman Grocer TiCompany surprisedPrice v v i SHOEp li i J Clothes II f71iJtliii tailors friends ahowtt the into yards sell the goods same prices Theres olways one leads is better stocked and closer priced especially in- Lumber Building Material imimmmtiiuiiimiiimimimimmmii Come and iefcus convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will end and your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 NearLk Depot New New NwI have just opened a large and handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Paperi- n Schlegel building on Third street and cordiall invito an in specUon of same Wo are prepared to do FIRST CLASS PAPER HANGING on shortest notice and in tho best manner Will appreciate a call Remember this paper isln stock and can bo done promptly W L LEEDS House Painting Decorating Etc Attractive Printing Draws Trade Let Us Do Yours We Can Please FRESH OYSTERS nGOOD MEALS COJD DRINKS EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT ALL HOURS 1RICCIS NEW RESTAURANT U 0Fancy Groceries Fruits Candies 0 Cigars Tobacco 8 SecondRICHMOND KY tCorncMa1nand FRESH OYSTERS On Easter Sunday t h e supreme test of your skill will be shown to the utmost limit You dp not wish to feel that your attire will not bear just cpaiparispa with that worn b y your or neighbors therefore the only safe plan to have your Easter clothirg made k order l riSchen Those laen wk 1hirJiU know that BO others that Cn sup jMuthillskill in cafctta g fit t Dont get idea yom mind that all at the yard that than all others and in the I is Qeo Marisehen 0 Osr daIko- i ctrIJ 1CfoP n Ij HT1TP3 iI o n S7 = CLEARANCI3DSALI3 Begining Monday January 24and Ending v February 24 All articles on which we feel ourselves overstocked will be mit1 ked down tq prices that will sell tham 8 day Iron Clocks worth 1000 Sale Pl ice 600 8 day Wood Clocks worth 4 and 5 Sale Price 3 and 4 Brass Jardiners and Brass Gern Dishes worth 250 to 8Sale Price125 to S5 Everything will be reduced in proportion Splendid oppor tunity to get goods of quality at bargain prices L E LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street ==n fMl1 oci 4IfbEETRIGG f1TMLPOII1 noouc RIVER VALLEY OREGON cra j IThla matter must not be reprinted with out special permission BROWN TAILED MOTH ITHE tailed moth a pest which into this country from Europe some years ago bids fair to Increase the area of its devastation In spite of vigorous measures that have beep taken to keep it within a rather restricted area In the New England states The Rural New Yorker an ag ricultural paper that Is always keenly alive to dangers of this kind which are a menace to the public welfare has lately sounded a warning of a probable spread of the Scourge to New York sUite from New Hampshire where I has bad a foothold for sev eral years past Unless the precau tions taken to keep It In check are materially augmented the chances seem good that it will spread over an ever Increasing territory The adult type Is a pretty moth about seven eighths of an Inch in length with a brown tall about an eighth of an Inch In length from which it takes its name Thodtemalo lays her eggs in the last depositingthemchoice being those of the pear and elm The little caterpillars emerge in the course of about three weeks and Im mediately begin to eat the leaves con suming the green portion and leaving but the leaf skeleton In the fall the slightdamageselves which they fasten securely to tbe limbs of the trees in which they have been feeding In the spring they get out and are at work na soon as tho leaves start eat voraciously and grow rapidly soon attaining a length of an inch and a quarter When the worms reach this size they will strip a tree of Its leafage In short order unless prevented by spraying thoroughly with some arsenical compound In sections where the worms have been worst they have been known to strip fruit and shade trees of all their leafage and when this is done early in tbo season It means death to them While this pest Is one of the very worst which horticulturists have on their hands it Isa matter of congratulation that it does not spread to new territory as rapidly as some foes with which the orcbardist has to deal Serious enough Is to however to cantor tho cvoperatlon of federal state and local authorities In the suppression of IL SHOULD KNOW IT The adobe or sticky soil as It Is commonly called found In several sections of the west while very rich and well suited to the growing of apples pears and some other fruits Is very difficult to handle and must be plowed at Just the right timea few days fol lowing a rain when the slacking has advanced to the proper stageto 6curo results that are at all satisfactory Bather oddly though while routinucd hot and dry weather tends to form a hard crust n few Inches beneath the surface there seems to be no otber soil which retains Its subsoil moisture more completely or on which fruit trees will stand more protracted drought When one buys a sticky ranch he should have In mind that it will either be necessary for him to have a solid macadam road leading to his place If he Is to reach it during the wet season or to lay In a sufficient stock of supplies and provisions so that he will not have to leave his place for two or three months at a time The only pointer that the pro spective buyer of a sticky ranch needs Is that he should be thoroughly acquainted with the antics of the soil during tbe rainy season so that be will not be taken by surprise when the sticky time comes PROTECT TH E ORCHARDS All through the northenr states tbo snow lies deep In many sections This means that the orchards are In espe clal danger of Injury from rabbits whose other food supplies are made inaccessible by the heavy blanket of snow And as the winter advances the hunger of these ever present pests increases making the likelihood of damage by them the greater If the trees have not been protected and the rabbits have begun their work of de- structiOn radical measures should be adopted These should include wrap plug of the trunks of all young trees as far up as the branches with old newspapers ttei smearing of wounds already made with a strong resin soap the use Of traps dogs ferrets and guns itf exterminating the offenders and if vttt come to worstthe scattering In the raaways of pieces of apples on which powdered arsenic has been placed Of course such poisoned baits should be covered with brush In case flay of the farm animals have the run of the orchard The trees should be Inspected at treqoeat Intervals so that tberabblts will Jot have made serious havoc before their depredations are covered r G cJr 1 A well known eastern seedsman ad vertises an Improved wonder rry It Is surely to bo hoped that ho con fulfill his promise Apples prunes and figs ore recog nlzed by most all diet specialists as mild yet excellent laxatives and the health of many would bo improved were toils and tons more of these fruits consumed Those who have looked somewhat into the matter have concluded that the prairie dog does not dig his bur row deep enough to reach a water supply but gets along on that which he secures from the leaves and rqots of the herbage on which he feeds A poor draft In the stove making watery eyes and smoky wall paper may be due to the stove being clog ged up with ashes or to detects or breaks In the chimney above the point where the pipe enters Wherever located the cause ought to be sought out and removed The wise grower of small grain will exercise proportionately Just as much care In the selection of his seed grain as In choosing the sires and dams for his breeding animals While not so perceptible the law of hereditythat like produces like operates In the same general way In the cereal as In the animal world The average boy Is not half so much in need of being shielded from tempta tion as he Is of assistance in the de velopment of a becoming self respect and backbone that will enable him to behave like a man in the presence of temptation Being tied to mothers rpron strings never gave a boy char acter and stamina and never will In sections where tho inroads of the woolly aphis are likely to be serious the young fruit tree may be protected by removing the soil for a distance of two or three feet around the tree to the depth of a couple of inches and placing a layer of tobacco stems and leaves or dust These should be soaked thoroughly and the earth replaced While the same means may be used to protect the root systems of older trees the labor Involved Is greatly Increased For tbe proper protection of tho hives of bees it Is well to put them where they will be protected from extremes 01 cold In winter but we have In mind one swarm of bees that made headquarters In an old hollow bur oak tree for four consecutive seasons and that during their period of hiberna Hon must have been subjected to temperatures of 20 to 28 degrees below zero Whether they finally died of old age froze to death or sought warmer quarters we never knew In many sections In the north central states where much wheat used to be grown a score of years ago but where In recent years It has been al most entirely given up there will boa good deal sown the present spring In many of these localities oats are not doing as well as In the past and wheat Is proving an acceptable substi tute Where It has been tried the yield has been from eighteen to thirty five bushels per acre and the market price a dollar or better In securing the seed wheat It Is a good Idea to buy that which Is plump and Is grown near home While suicide requires a certain degree of physical courage analyzed a bit it must be conceded as the abject and cowardly solution of tho problem with which one may be confronted for it involves an utter renouncing of all claims and obligations resting upon one as a result of tbe place he fills in llfeTho only honorable and heart satisfying way out of a condition that seems unbearable Is a continuance In the treadmill If such it be consolation coming from the thought that a fellow is doing the best be can There never was a situation In life so bad but sui cide made It several stages worse One of the Interesting geological for mations of Wyoming is the extensive areas of decomposed red granite no ticeable between Cheyenne and Buford oq the line of the Union Pacific Hav ing to excavate large quantities of this disintegrated rocK in the lowering of tho right of way those In charge of the work hit upon tbo Idea of using It as ballast for the road long distances In either direction The rock was handled with slight expense by means of steam shovels from bank to car and so excellent baiiastdid It prove that it has been used as a surface material for the road and depot grounds from Omaha westward It Is firm holds its place and gathers little moisture thus reducing tie rot to a minimum A fruit ranch that we saw near Mountain Home idatbQ other day from the ear window consisted of scrubby fruit trees set four or five years ago In the midst of the sagebrush In the arid Snake river bottom TSe fellow who set them out bad grubbed out no sagebrush except where the trees were to stand and given the tract no cultivation what ever This is a sample of some of the orchard investment proposlUoustha- ttheguiIibleeastern r Is expected to take over at the end of five years for from 300 to 500 per acre and from which be Is assured he will get rich without work tnaerY few years Other orchards la the same valley watered and well teaded are all that a prospective owcr could deslre In buying western fralfcland It Is well to Investigate the son and the water right guarantee but eves more tile moral status and bnafeess pedigree of the mDwcorporatloDVf8BtUsg the Mme Jewelry for Easter Gifts grows more popular each year Itk the most Jftstteg aad acceptable present you can make ra our cases you will find numeraws gift Wfgeetiofis Lockets Grosses v NeckteoM Watches Brooches Riags WisgRh4b t riags far UKM wfcrptas Ip wed kt r UFuJ YEAG8Rj I L oio7 not neededA- yers Sarsaparilla is not l1 strong drink As now made alcoholInand alterative Ask your own doctor about your taking this impurebloodevery time He knows 4yers WPUblJI Ilh OUI formula Alcoholfrom toconiultyour doctor greatrulebowelsfEUlAyersPillsnode by the J C Aytr Co Ixnrll Mui Notice to Creditors- All persons having claims against the estate of William II Tudor deceased are hereby notified to file the same properly verified with the undersigned on or before May 1st 1910 or the same will bo barred STATEBANK TIUJST Co Admr Wm II Tudor deceased By R E TUKLKT mar 16 7t Cashier An Experts Opinion 01 Skin Dls eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific expe rlenc ho hits never found so hard a dis ease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend Zemoos 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 Ho qualitiesthat it is clean liquid remedy for oxter nal use A great improvement over the old stylo greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to uso but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of Zemo and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with Zemo tf Iarry M Blanton DENTIST womce io Bennett Uniting ijanty TELEPHONE 186 Itching bleeding protruding or blind piles yield to Doans Ointment Chronic cases soon relieved finally cured Druggists all sell it We are hero to cater to the trade 01 the town and country Citizens give us a trial J B SANDERS Co 128 tf Phone 67 Mr Dorsey McClure Carlisle Ky says Limbcnieck made its appearance in my flock of two hundred WhDc Lecliorns I gave them Bourbon Poultry Cure after chopping off the heads of six fowls that were unable to walk and did not lose another fowl Perrys Drug Store A Sermon on The Hog My son consider the hog lie toils not neither does ho spin but ho is worth close on to 11 cents a pound on the hoof and ho is getting so exclusive that only the very best circles arc able to entertain him He waxes fat at his leisure knows no labor and travels to market in a special car Just at first thought the hog seems to bo considerable of personage but still he is only a hog and he really isnt worthy of emulation There are a good many persons who adopt his ways however and fatten on what other people have gathered together Their ambition runs more to gross weight than to qual ity anti like the hog they are despised A hog isnt worth a thing untillho is placed on the marked He serves no useful purpose while ho lives and it is only as ho gathers fat that ho adds value He is the symbol of greed and bad man ners has a bad disposition and is a social ontcatbut ho is selling at nearly 11 cents a pound and that is why he is sometimes emulatedEczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has bjflHorftttSrn is to flndsome remedy thafwlH get to tho germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and de stroying tho germ life that causes the diseases Tho whole method of treatment and cure by Zemo is explained in an interesting book on tho subject issued by the makers of Zcmo It tells howto duro yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and nil diseases of tho skin and scalp Gill lit Perrys Drug Store for booklet anti learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of tho skin and scalp tf WHATS Good Coal SURB 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 i little better than you hav been getting elsewhere and prices are just as low Satis faction Guaranteed We alsO have for you corn hay straw and oats S1H 1Thcrpe cfl- R XlrU pIjiLi r i a A ft Good Thins to Eat J aIalIacyand Ins quality tI Every productabsolutelydependablef article is chosen from many I foffered because It usa proved Y merit f IEachbrand competes for preference J I K1 a place on our ahelres l to meaaure up to our high ofquality rp One of recent socceufnl contestI ants for representation in our line U a ffi ELECTA COFFEE tii= aamooth and dainty blend selected highland beans sarkets ehoicestIThe process and coffeeSarorajict oftItself woeld make Uecta worth more f jthan other coffees tCompare with anyyou ever drank the rousing flavor f and the clorious aroma Son1Ia pppp p uSf Special Attention is called to the Wm J Oliver IMPROVED CHILLED PLOW unquestionably the best on the marketI We Also Handle thetIVulcan Plowi RepairsITaylor Oldham Dealers in Everything in the Hardware Line phone 14 Main Street Hemp Growers 1009 crop of river bottom and upland cultivated hemp seed latest impartation Sample and price on application Both phones Yours truly- J NV GLASS Sos j2015t Camp Nelson Ky Dyspepsia Is Americas curse Bur dock Blood Bidders conquers dys pepsin every time It drives out impurities tones the stomach restores perfect digestion normal weight and good health For Sale Privately two store houses one oc cupied by Taylor Oldham Hardware thp other known as tim Racket Store both on Main St E Greanleaf tf Executor Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands Tho Northwestern Mutual Life In surance 0will loan money at per cent interest on good improved farmlands on Mortgage Apply to C Chenaull Attv 0Otf Richmond Ky James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed I J = =of it p p pIS S J 5 J t t p p Burglars Open a Safe of the ordinary kind with ridiculous ease They seldom care to tackle bur glar proof vaults like those in the 4 State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky Tho wise man therefore will open an ac count there and thus put his money where it is beyond reach of burglars The less you have the less you can af ford to lose it Dr C H MainhartIGraduate McKillipp Lcllege 01 Chicago Il- lVeterinary Surgeon Ofllco at J H Azbills Stable Office Phone l1 lies Phono K2 f Richmond Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 OUico in Oldham Building ODMOHENAULTATTORNEYSATTJAW ICRMOMD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Bargin IJenny DENTISTJ Over State BanEi Trust Company TELEPHONE E VANr ATTOBNKYATLA j illOHMOND KENTUCKY Jmce over State Bank Trust Co op sosite Court House on Main Street I ro We are Receiving the Choicest Lot of t e Evaporated Fruit The best Canned Goods and the choi JT J1 cest brands ot Fancy Groceries We JI make it a point to combine quality J with quantity and always at the low Jest of market prices See our beautiful line of J Queensware Wooden Granite and Willow Ware r SEWELL McKINNEY l- t GROCERS tc Telephone 223 Jto Representative of the National Cooperative Realty Company LJA HIGGINS f 258 L Main Street RichmondKy I have opened my Real Estaf e office and will be glad to PlOIweniiet Hdi1lJom4 perJd Natioiit1 lBlletuau Rd l j2f r 7 a i H T IL2 1T4- 0 rl Ir1 = Wi Ii c T Ir 3uT ii East End Mills J B Sanders Co Props Richmond Kentucky We are in the market for Wheat and Corn at the highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times Flour Meal Ship tuff Qhicken J Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour We make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn to accomodate the far mers tradeOur Motto is Live and Let Live Give us a chance and watch us grow 0B Sanders GoLocated at R R CrosBlojr on IrrlnsStrcet Pohne 57 8ekrnond Kentucky STilE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING Of course you want the best results To in sure success buy SEEDSfrom us We have every variety of the best brands alt fresh new and clean You cant be too particular in selecting seed Come to us and you will make no mistake JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET- M WIDESIn the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats Etc Be sure and call me over phone before selling as I can save you money M WIDESTELEPHONE 303 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY All the Ne- wCreationsIn fine Dry Goods Notions etc are now on display at my store We have given deep thought and much time to the selection of these goods and are proud of our assortments We Please You in Style and Price- In euery sale we guarantee perfect satisfaction In every particular We are very anxious for you to see these goods and extend a cordial invitation to come to our store and let us prove our assertion that we have the very latest and most attractive goods brought to this section of the state I NV WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc Ballards Snow Liniment Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Old Sores Sprains Bruises etc Give it a Trial and be Convinced Three Sizes Price 25 50c and 8100 BALLARD SHOW LINIMENT CO ProprietorSTSold and Recommended iy PERRY THOMAS J JB Walker takes pleasure in inviting you tf i 1 to his 2 v r New Homeon Second Street r His Spring Line is Coming in and the latchstring is always out You will find his I Assortment Good Models Beautiful t Dresses Perfect Prices Lowest His Suits have class your opinionis J wanted and it is a pleasure j toi Is please you i Fitting by Mrs Moorerthe best iS4dct- Rk y r 1s- T c =Steffi 0 Ii ll1j t Lh iL 45 i i 1r The Richmond Climax WHWMB YfiT WfMBMT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Ptest and Mangr LOUIS LANDRAM Editor Mimbtr iii PRESS ij PUDUSIERS CICE 100 PER YEAH IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAR 30 1910 Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against tho estate of Wm Ilamm deceased will present samo to undersigned on or before March 23 1910 verified as required by law or same will be barred Those indebted to tho estate are requested to All and settle 4t W MCKEEKMonE Admr Lovers of good health should prevent eioknesf instead of letting themselves get sick and then try to cure it So long as you keep our liver bowels and stomach in a healthy and active condition you wont get sick B vHarda lIerbine relieves constipation inactive liver and all stomach and bowel troubles voId by H L Perry m 1m Embroidery- With the approach of Spring and Easter the feminine mind naturally turns to dainty beautiful lingerie Nothing is so charming and suitable as hand embroidery Miss Eva Roberts has a full line of now patterns and is prepared to do stamping at reasonable prices She carries a full lino of embroider mater ials and will bo 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 ifc Wines Drug StorertfEggs For Sale From purebred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn per setting of 15 eggs or 40 eggs for 2 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys Mrs Wallace Gilbert f92m 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 raused by bowel troubles McGeee Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea dysen tary sour stomach and all infant all meets of this nature Just the thins for teething babies Price 23c and 50a per bottle Sold by H L Perry mIm Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly 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 1910 or the same will bo barred State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky Admr of W A Thomas by R E TUIILEY 23ftf Cashier Eggs for Sale From puro bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn per setting of 15 eggs or 40 eggs for 2 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys and Muskogee flying ducks Prices on eggs quoted on application Mrs Wallace Gilbert 2 93 mo R D No3 Richmond Ky Cures babys croup Willies daily cuts and bruises mamas sore throat grandmas lameness Dr Tnomas Eclectric Oilthe great household remedy mlm For Sale Large Tufts double Soda Fountain cheap Aplly to Alex O Rcdwitz 131 First St Richmond Ky mch93t Torturing eczema spreads its burning area every day Uoans Oint mont quickly stops its spreading in etantly relieves the itching cures it permanently At any drug store A Swollen Jaw Is not pretty tier pleasant Whether its caused by neuralgia toothache or accident Ballards Snow Liniment will reduce the swelling and relieve the pain The great and sure cure for rheumatism cuts burns bruises scald byIIFor Sale Barred Plymotlirock and Leghorn eggs for sale 100 per setting of 15 eggs Al so African gooso eggs 50c a piece I can spare two or three pairs of geese Mus CLAm RIcE 0mtf It D 3 Richmond Its YourKidneys Dont Mistake the Cause Of Your Troubles Many people neversuspoct their kid neys If suflering from a iame weak or aching back they think that It is only a muscular weakness when urin ary trouble sets in they think it will soon correct itself And so it is with all other symptoms of kidney dis orders That is just where the danger lies You must cure tnese troubles or theymay lead to diabetes orBrightK disease The best remedy to use is Doans Kidney Pills It cures Ill ails which are caused by weak or diseased kidneys Residents tf this vicinity are constantly testifying to permanent cares Thos Elkin Danville St Lancaster says For a great many years I was a sufferer from kidney complaint Tin til a year ago I had such severe pains in the small of my back that I was hardly able to get about The many remedied tried failed to help me and procuredhos a limeimproved giveDgreat change sad recommend them as- a reliable kidney remedy ctllFoetarMllburnYork sole agents for the United Stns audtakeBoAre you wiyinfryottr coupons given on the pkae fcjr MM X mt CHy Lanr MMIlrntwjM1 + l eiJ l 1 i tW Home Baked Bread Biscuit Cake Pastry I FreshTasteful Healthful and Economical when made with IPiE xJ ft iIiJ E4F PN- oAIun No Lirn rl ta ti ThAw NG3 POWDER Royal is the onlybaldng powdermade I from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar J- rJ t J Many bog or muck soils contain fer tilizing elements In as large per cent as average manure but they usually need tillage and sweetening with an application of lime to render these elements available for plant life While the warmer climate of the west and southwest is favorable for the winter production of eggs this advantage is quite offset by the fact that the warmer weather tends to greatly multiply lice mite pests which constitute as serious a drawback as cold weather In making choice of land In a new section It Is well not only to keep In mind the fertility of the soil and Its ability to produce bumper crops but the distance of the land from market There have been cases where such handicap has well nigh onset the two advantages named In sections where the time of set ting out the young orchard Is likely to be followed by a protracted dry spell It is well to give the trees a mulch of some kind which will prevent a drying out of the soil about the roots This coupled with thorough cultivation of the tree row should give the trees the moisture required for their proper development The Important fact for the prospec five buyer of a cream separator to keep in mind Is not the Initial price of the machine but ability to extract butter fat from new milk If it falls to do this and any considerable amount of butter fat goes through and is fed to pigs In tho swill It will be a costly proposition If It were a dona hon to the fellow who Is to operate- It Many of the trees In the older or chards in the Hood river valley were set too near together from fifteen to twenty feet and the visitor in the alley last fall saw these same trees in yellow leaf bearing undersized fruit and In general appearance suffering from both lack of fertility and moisture at the end of an unusually dry season Most later plantings correct this fault A quite striking Illustration of the limited amount of nourishment re quired to sustain plant and tree life Is found in a pine tree which grows from a crevice largely of Its own making at the summit of the majesic weather beaten gray granite sentinel dome In Yosemite valley It has a diameter of fifteen Inches Is twenty to twentyfive feet high with a spread In top and seems to have thrived on Its scant fare The United States survey mark within a couple of feet of Its trunk gives Its elevation above sea level at about 8000 feet The decidedly unfavorable season which has prevailed In the corn belt during the past six months In which It has been Hobsons choice whether the corn spoiled faster In field or crib will call attention with new emphasis to the value of the silo as a very ef fective method of preserving the corn crop Put here before the killing frosts of October came It would have come to no harm while the farm own er and help would not have bad to wallow around In the spring mud to get the last of It from the field Ow- Ing to tbo fact that many fields were not husked before the deep snows came the stock was not turned Into the stalk fields as usual and as a result they have had to be stuffed with high priced hay the fodder In the fields such as It was not being util ized at all A conservation doctrine that needs a deal more attention given to It this year than was last Is that of Increas- Ing the usefulness and wholesomeness countrythethe increase of home happiness and contentment the rearing and training of purer minded and more whole soul ed boys and girls Here Is a cbuserva tlon directly affecting our perpetuity whichthethe keeping of soils from depletion and the prevention of the looting of our mineral wealth by the greedy sink Into paltry insignificance The fact bellelngIbathomes and boys and girls some of these other ills would right them selves for there would of necessity be a larger moral element In our national life An oat grower with whom the writ rr was talking the other day had an experience last season In the matter f a preparation of the soli for the teed that will be of practical value to him from this on and ought to be to others who read this item Last spring plowelltJlelargerot the soil of which was not quite so rich go with two dlsklngs one before and one alter the seed was sown He neighborshtttspring he would get no yield st all He kept their doleful iHreaicttoa it1 mind but at harvest time noted the factjthat OB the plowed ground lite oats yteJded at the rate of flfty8ve bahels per acre while on the piece which WM disked only they wet bet about a toJaM iIiaioriiJ1li s sM tfo m rt c a Slaughtered by The Roosevclts Colonel Roosevelt and his son Kermit have killed some 500 specimens of large animals The bag includes tho following Seventeen lions eleven elephants ten buffaloes ten black rhinoceroses nino white rhinoceroses nine hippopota ml nine giraffes three leopardsr seven chetahs three giant elands three sables one sitatunga and two bungos Spring Appetite Demands Greens The langorous feeling that comes along with springliko weather a sort of preliminary symptons of spring fever has a reflection in the appetite Liver and Onions baked beans and canned tomatoes and with those who can afford it beefsteak and fried potatoes do not tickle tho palato as they did when the snow was on the ground and woolen un wear wasregardcd as indispensible There is a disposition in buying for thr table to look about for something green And green things there are but the como from Florida California and Cuba and are almost prohibitive in price But they are coming more plentiful as thr days go by something new is coming or tho market every day and it will not be long before prices will bo in reach of tin average household It is not always the loudest clacker at the street fair or circus that has tho best sideshow nor the windiest ad vertiser that sends the best goods to hk patrons There is no vital connection between noise and quality of goods In setting young fruit trees of any kind care should be taken that the root system equals or exceeds that of the top It seems hard to cut back a thrifty and promising top but this Is just what should be done if the tree Is to make the best development There Is probably no force not excepting steam that possesses the force exhibited In the expanding of freezing water The results of this tremen dous power are everywhere visible In nature and form a most Interesting line of thought for those of an inquir ing mind It seems to be the consensus of opln ion among breeders of experience that continual breeding from Immature sows tends to produce a type of hog lacking in vitality and sturdiness of frame and more subject than the off spring of mature sows to diseases In the same way the first calf of young heifers Is seldom taken as a producer of breeding types The laws In most states make the maintenance of the partition fence between two places a matter of joint responsibility as between the respec tive owners The type of fence desired by one proprietor provided It is within the scope of the definition of a legal fence the other proprietor can be made to furnish through appeal to l charge the trustees having these matters in I George English- PLUMBINGI I Doctor for l Gas and Gasoline Bntjinesl Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works l for country and suburban homes 1 I 210 E Main Street Phone 619I RICHMOND KENTUCKY I NW WAll PAPERSO- ur now goods are nil in opd we have the cream of ten of tho best factories including Permanent Solid Colors Duplex and Oat Meals In grains Chambrays Jaspo Stripes Foreign Designs Cut Out Borders and in fact all that is now in decorative Wall Paper Give us tho pleasure of showing you tho 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 We employ none but the best paper hangers and wo hang your paper at 10 Cents per Roll Walls Borders and Ceilings alt f he Same Price We Are Headquarters For Window Shades Pictures Frames Mirrors and all kinds of Glass- House Paints Carriage Paints Varnish Floor Stains Floor Paint White Lead Linseed Oil arnish Brushes Etc Philip L Willgio 213 W Main Street next door cast of Madison National Bank Local Distributers of THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT5 OFFICERS DIRECTORS E L Woods President Marion Coy U L ArnolT W C Fish President JB Woods It G Guy W G Kemper Cashier J S Burrows W C Wynrt O U Terrill Asst Cashier E L Woods W C Fish PsoplsVBaik of p DrLickKr W CAPITAL STOCK 8 1C000X SUKMAJS AND UNDIVIDED Piumra itooooO DEPOSITS 10000000 Your Banking no matter how large no matter how small THE PEOPLES BANK will give it careful attention This mcssagojipplics to womch and men alike om eJnan hcUUSIUUO always glad to sea you Ike Safest MH Most CeavealeHt Way t tla Year Business Is Tbreagk a Bask Tr With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with with years of experience the Peoples Banks of Paint Lick Ky Stands ready to servo you Yri business is invited with HuT assurance that every accommodation consistent with safety ami cotntteMuraie to your balance will be extended GIVE US A TRIAL ANtI WEsWILL PROVE IT POPLL SANK t l PAINT tlKKfr Lui cf T CoW Fw the CaM- ItIs a cold climate la which a lame cannot keep itself warm One of the scientists attached to the Peary ex pedition has personally told of the ef fect of Intense cold on a wax candle that he tried to burn The tempera tare was S3 degrees beloy zero and its effects were felt not only by the members of the expedition but even by the candle in question It gave forth no cheery light such as might have been expected from it in other circumstances and when it came to be examined it was found that the flame had all it could do to keep itself warm The air was so cold that the flame was not powerful enough to melt all the wax of the candle but was compelled to eat its way down leaving a skeleton structure of wax in the form of a hollow cylinder Inside this cylinder the wick burned with a tongue of yellow Ore and here and there the heat was sufficient to perforate the outer covering and leave holes of odd shapes which turned the cylinder into a tube of lacelike wax through the holes in which the light shone with a strange weird beauty St Louis Republic Directions In London In London and throughout the tight little island the words up and down have a peculiar significance In going to London from any part of England you go up In traveling in any direction from the capital you go down So in London itself every thing goes up if it goes in the direction of the bank that is the Bank of Englandand going from that center toward any of the points of the compass is to go down The word bank which Is not only always spelled with a capital B but is always uttered with an impressive ness that suggests an initial letter of the largest type may be said to be in a sense interchangeable with city a term of equal dignity and value in the eyes of Englishmen and likewise in variably adorned with a capital C The city does not mean London by any means It means a certain limited section of London the part where business is mainly carried on and where the great financial institutions stand A Poor Fit George Graham Vest once won a case for his client by a neat retort To testify against Vests client there was brought into court a certain wit ness whose HI favored countenance matched his unsavory reputation in the community The mans testimony was most unfavorable to the defend ant and so of course Vest proceeded to discredit his story As the witness was unkempt and poorly clad his clothes hanging about him In innumer able folds and wrinkles the counsel for the opposing side endeavored in their turn to make it appear that Vest was making capital of the poor appearance of the man Mr Vest of course denied this allegation in the course of his closing remarks adding Gentlemen of the Jury If that mans face fit him as well as his coat he would be a good looking man The jury returned a verdict for the defendant Close Range Duels During the first fifty years of the old American navy 179S1S43 the mortality of naval officers resulting from duels was twothirds that resulting from naval wars In the elghtytwo duels listed by a recent writer thirty six men were killed all naral officers except three civilians The per cent of mortality was 22 or five times the mortality of the federal army in the clxll war Onehalf of those not killed in these duels were wounded The large number of casualties was un doubtedly due to the short distance between the combatants which cus tomarily was only ten paces or thirty feet In a few duels the distance was even less In the BarronDecatur duel it was twentyfour feet and only twelve in the BalnbrldgeCochran dueLS Led by the Nose An analytical chemist was retained as a skilled witness some years ago where there were questions of analyt ical chemistry There was one case where a farmer had bought some artificial manure and be was being sued for the price of it He resisted payment on the ground that the material bad none of the qualities of manure at niL The expert chemist was one of the witnesses and had stated that although the substance had the smell it had none of the chemical qualities of manure Tinder ross examination he was asked if that was so how did ho account for hundreds of the best farmers having taken tho manure for many years They must have been led by the nose returned the witness Dundee Advertiser Advantages of Matrimony FrIendDId you lose anything in the Bustall bank- DepositorNot a cent Well well If you knew the thing Was going up why didnt you say so7 I didnt know I had to go off on Business so I left my wife some blank checks She went shopping Rural TelephonesM- r 4 farmer Make your Items as modern for your family as a city resi atanyyou and your neighbor can get for a sum that is small comptrail with tIp Ijitle hesiliuarrergNashville inHnpdiatflvIJlJerfstLouisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated OLIVER PLOWS TORNADO AND BELLVIEW Disc Harrows with our without tongue trucks Moline Cane Plows The Old Reliab- leStudebaker Wagons Remember we are Headquarters for every thing in the Hardware Line DBShackeIfordCo Telephone 33 W I H1DOUGLAS SUNS FRESH AND CURED MEATSSTAPLE AND FANOr GROCERIES Highest Cash Price Paid for PrQcude Orders romptly Filled East Main 5trppt Phone 17 WHEN YOU WANT PRINTINGCONSULT THE CLIMAX Why Suffer Are you one of the thousands of women who suffer from female ailments 1 If so dont be discour aged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of Cardui On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been remedyforcontains no harmful ingredients and can be depend ed on in almost any case Take J34 It Will Help Yoia Mrs Charles Bragg of Swcctser Ind tried Cartlui She writes Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for me Before I began taking Cardui I could not do a days work I wouldwork awhile and lie down I shall always give praise to your medicine Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES THE FARMERS OP MADISON MiD ADJOIN VING COUNTIES HAVE A RARE OPPOR TUNITY TO PATRONIZE SUCH A PSTALLIO AS THIS Lynn Boydl fr5 I 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 handsome black 10 years old 16 handshigh and has excellent style- and action lie has been shown at a number of I Fairs and has never failed to secure tho blue tics lIe has proven himself a splendid breeder and an Lexcellent show horse having been pronounced by C T Sandege of Danville and T IL Smiley l Son ot Lexington who have trained him one of thobesthorses they everhandled It iSnot what you payfor the season of a Colt it is what you get that counts in the long run- PEDIGREE j Lynn Boyd Jr was sired by Lynn Boyd 41 ho by Tom Boyd 90 he by Cabolls Lexington F S ho by Gists Black Hawk Bo by Bloods Black Hawk ho by Vermonts Slack Hawk ho by Sher 0 mans Morgan he by Justines Morgan etc Lynn Boyds first dam by John Waxey 100 ha by Van- Meters Waxey F S ho by Berthuncf thorn second dam by Imp Lcviathian thoro Tom Boyd 90 first dam by Woodpecker thoro Cubells Lexington first dam by Tom Hal F S second dam Old Copperbottom etc Jbha Waxey first dam by Pilot second dam by Catiakta Chief hy Davy Crockett Van MetersrrU YFSwt dw by OH Jenny 53 bj 3tOlf8Petre- ltlMteMr ciam by Torn Hal thoro LMJr a w- thIthl r1Mr7 lilt W wf 1rJliiirj a iL second dam by Mol Wilkes third dam by Old Penvine fourthnm Uy rhaj Kavenaughs Grey Eagle Count Vilkes Irs first dam Madge by Paymaster second dam Sally Lunn by Embrys Lexington third dam by Wagnor fourth dam by Imp Lcviathian fifth dam by Imp Berthune sixth dam by Imp Tranby No Sunday work allowed 1 RIkey loyAVillalso make the Season at the snma v time and place at y 8 tb Insure Living Colt Ikoy Boy is abrown Jack 4 years old 151 hands high iextra heavy lone and a splendid body and has fine head and ears This young Jack is untried but I think will malo one of tho best breeders in tho State as ho comes from one of the best families of Jacks in Kentucky i PEDIGREE Ikey Boy was sired by Jonah 18 hands high very largo bpne Jack was sold to Stan per of Missouri iC5d considered a great breeder Jonah sjred byGrjggs Tom ho by Curtis John Morgan he by Mannadukc Jonahs tirst dam by Tus carorra Ikey Boys first dam Lucy Mogul sho by Ton Curtis great Jenncl lack FirSt dam Mogul Griggs by Griggs Tom ho by Bob Leo ho by Kickapoo he by Compromise he by Tippa canoe he by Black Hawk ho by Imp Warrior Money duo when colt is foaled or mare parted wher bred to other stock Care taken to pre vent accidents but will not bo responsible should any occur No Sundaywork allowed IsPhpt o t 1 T b i j- p 0r Company Coming to Stay Over Easter Then you surely want a new brass or acoupleCome here and get them We have any anyroom romberea glowing tale of what a finehOmeyouhave- 8 N N ETTandHIGGIIS UNDERTAKING Coal Coal COALFrom the largest chunks of Furnace Coal to the very smallest so railed Pea Coal we have them alL Thoroughly screened full weight and delivered promptly as prom ised Telephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have thu exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been Retting elsewhere and our prices arc no ni ner lessijFuII Weight or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn ZOrclmrd Street lime Cement Etc Flf 3 ou are going to sell out mil want your goods to bring 14 they are worth get J W Shearer White HaIl KybLO con luct vour sale His inarges are reasonable pPersons indebted to estate of Dr V H lobson are requested to pay to Mrs lobson It Have you seen tho new concrete hen icsis Theyare great For sala by O Pot is 125 Bdggs Lane Richmond iintucky tf Tobacco canvas from 2 12 cts up at MtMf A Dobrowskys Concrete nests are the most sanitary fcr t lie little chicks tf Doni wait until your house burns to 1ink about insurance See Brock nuiti tf nieis last forever For sale item 120Boggs Lane Rich rn ienlncky tf DI p perms are easily killed in con crt a by burning out nest material F tIy O W Potts 125 Boggs Lane R ud Kwttuoky tf iI widentand Health Insur IDC lIt veijrlbgstold line Companies- Uilu Agt tf- ki Sale till 2 yearling 1 thor KOTO WHITE Wanted Position 0 iiny work on farm Have rid aiti rreer a house on place J W LAWSOX Ford Ky Eggs Eggs Eggs We are in the market for all the fresh lean eggs you can bring us This is eason for storing and we will pay you the highest market price Gott Bros For Sale One Oliver chilled turning plow two ulivatorsj one potato digger and potato planter Used only one year Apply at 2t Zarings Mill Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or good arly springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Tote phone 484 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky J12tf Dick Cobb Will make the season of 1910 at the Otter Creek Stock Farm 3 miles south east of Richmond at 810 to insure a live foal Dick is a jet black Jack with white points 15 14 hands high coming fouryerold He was sired by Richmond Chief and out of a BombeR Chief Jennott Money due whoa colt te foaled or mare ported Collins Phone 4222 30SH J T FERRIELL Texas and Oklahoma Lands Timber and Coal Lands Blue JTHS Farm City Pr rKKty Ricnmand Kentucky t1il 10 h IValedictory With this issue of The Climax my connection as editor of the paper termi nates It is needless to say that this announcement is made with much sorrow on my part for it is a wellknown fact that everyone who comes to Richmond wants to remain hero and is averse to seeking other fields However matters have so shifted that I must retire from the tripod in this city to accept similar workjon a new semiweekly paper to be launched at Danvillo Coming to Richmond a year ago grindIentering tho field comparitively a stranger made the first six months of my work an uphill business Richmond people are known far and wide for their kindness and courtesy to strangers In my case this proved true in every way and today I am devoted to the town and its people as though had spent all my years here When I came to Richmond if you will pardon a personal reference I was badly crippled from effects of typhoid fever and could scarcely get about Thanks to the Allwiso Being the skill of the Drs Gibson and tender care by lvcriahful nurses health Wall restored nd had just begun to feel like perform ng the arduous duties required of a newspaper man when matters so shifted that we must enter another field of labor Especially do I regret leaving when we consider the fact that Richmond is today where by push and hustle sh0 can soon forgo to tho front in enterprise that will make tier ono of the best business centers in tho State In this work nothing tends more for advancement than the help of enterprising nowspa pers and in this Iwas exceedingly anxious to lend my humble assistance I am deeply grateful to the people of Richmond for their kind and courteous treatment and wisb for words to express feelings on this point In my hum lo and feeble way I have tried to keep you thinking of tho many advantages in Richmonds grasp That the town has a brilliant future no one will gainsay and the steady growth in population and capital will bear us out that no town has made better headway Before laying down the pen I wish to call your attention to the fact that The Climax office has been steadily improved and is today one of the best in Kentucky My friend Mr Ansil D Miller the proprietor came to Richmond without much of this worlds goods and by hard work strict attention to his own business and honorable dealings has placed himself in an enviable position both as a citizen business man and editor Just fifteen years ago he came here a stranger from Irvine Ho is now Presi dent of the Richmond Board of Education President of the Eighth District Publishers League Vice President of the Kentucky State Press Association and will become its President in June Thats going some If the people will only continue to stand by homo industries and patronize Tho Climax you will continue to have a paper of which you may justly feel proud With a thankyou for thoso who may have found any good in my humble el forts and a sigh for those who may harbor any imaginary wrongs I beg to remain always Faithfully Louis LASDKAJT WITH this issue our efficient colabor er Mr Louis Landram leaves to found a newspaper at Danville having yielded to a proposition that means much for his material welfare and is a compliment his wellknown ability as a newspaper man We part with him regretfully He is a gentleman of finest instincts and noblest kindest impulses Ho bad rather do a man a favor than to serve himself He has tho newspaper instinct VeIl developed and ho is acknowledged to be a success as a writer and news gatherer He is versatile and industrious and rests himself from writing by performing any of tho arduous duties of the office from devil to foreman a qualification that is an asset in any business where knowledge of all the details raises a proprietor above the stage of complete dependence upon his help Mr Landram has mado the news columns columns of The a complete compendium of the happenings of this community and county while his editorials have scintillated with wit wisdom and eloquence that have caused them to bo quoted far and near Thus it can be affirmed that this paper has improved in its character as a family journal as it has Improved mechanically having the largest circulation in this section and commanding a patronage second to none in every This high stan dard we prpo e to maintain as nothing but the best will ever satisfy us or our Mr Landram and his devoted and beloved wife who hold a secure place itt the affections and respect of aU caRY with them the well wishes of our selves and of fell who have the privilege of their acquaintance Richmon d Was honored theirsojourn in our midst their departurowiU cause deep regret With the poet we extend this alu tatlon to this popular couple- Come la the evening or come In liii moraine Come when you ore looked for or come without warning icUea and welcome await here befcr 14 1M Ih us WSM I iU 1 21i K Around Town Concrete nest are cheap and durable Concrete nests are best for setting hens tf Jowl and greens are ripe Theres nothing bettor Concrete nests makes good coops whilo lucks are small tf No crevices for lice and mites to hide in concrete nest tf Concrete nests are warm in winter and cool in summer tf Base ball fans are growing very restless for the season to open Buster Brown entertained a big crorxl at tho opera house last week It is conceded that Richmond has tho prettiest and most convinient ball juirk in the State The Climax gives tIm fans sme good base ball dope this issue The outloOk- si certainly good George Slavin familiarly called Chief of Police of Paint Lick died at that place last week The Cat and the Fiddle held the boards at the opera house Thursday night and gave a creditable show Christman the greenhouse man is making a great success of hisenlerpriso Et ought to pay in Richmond A railroad brakeman was held in 150 to the grand jury at Stanford for shoot- inga boy who was stealing a ride Tho Richmond policemen Sty the order in town was never bettor Its a rare occurrence to make an arrest The Normal School grounds are now- briliiantlylightetJ by electrjcty The place looks like a small town at night Tobacco barns are going up all over the counlyl There are low farms upon which the weed will not be grown this year Thepay car knowh among the rail road boys as the bread wagon was here last week and left a big wad of long green with the employees This office has had a nice run on horse and jack cards Some fine stock willbo used in Madison this Spring indicating that tho horse industry is reviving Good horses are almost as scarce as honest men remarked a wellknown horseman the other day If honest men are as scarce as good horses the world would be in a bad way sure Not much attention is being given to tho question of pooling by Madison county tobacco growers They are going ahead putting in big crops and seem to lose little sleep over the pool Hon Fountains Fox Bobbitt of Crab Orchard has announced himself a per rennial candidate for Congress in this district and says he will continue in the fight until elected if it requires twenty years time Hurry with the oil for the streets Wo overheard a young lady tell her chum that the dust was knee deep and isjust simplyruining all my stockirigsGontle menof the Council como to the rescue Wo know Mayor Rico is not going to per mit this The concrete walks at the Normal School have been conploted and it Is not nOW necessary to get a boat in visiting the different buildings Ar the warm wMthir will ion bring the girl out la EUN w It1 1 We4 M Wiiill 1 M1 VWSWL I p up k Tr 1 J eNew Springiiiis f I Are HeadyEARIY BUYERS WILL GET THE BEST LIos I Eyery clothing merchant knows that the most desirable suits sell first Early buyers pickout the best Quality the best Styles and the most attractive Colors Our stock isfover flowing with the newest and best in spring suits most of them bear the Kenton trade rnarkthe safe and sure guide to clothes satisfaction Ifa Kenton suit should fail to rrender full service for the price you pay we make it good without question J Drop in and let us show you the Kenton Fit and Style wear a Kenton Suit arid learn how it keeps its shape and good looks Kenton prices run 1250 1400 1500 1800 2000 i 2250 2500aHanari and WalkOver Shoes Roelofs Hats Lion Shirts Barkers CoIIa sathe best of everything the market affords forman or boy OV1NCTON and BANKS QUALITYkFrom the Far West TIle Climax received a copy of a Glasgow Montana paper printed in green in honor of St Patricks day date of its issue The paper was sent to us by Mr L P Evans who was visiting his brother in that city at the time Scabbies Ijeports from neighboring Counties say many lambs have died from effects of cabbies The old sheep have not fared as badly as tho lambs The latter crop will be exceedingly short all over the State Wo have heard of no trouble from the disease in Madison in fact the only loss will be by reason of death from the extreme cold and snow Valuation of RailRoads The State Board of Valuations and Assessment has fixed tho value in this section as follows Louisville NashvilleTangible 428975757 fran chise 9 132 325 per mile 7500 Tex ington EasternTangible 031830 fronchiso 410430 per mile 1500 Chespeake Ohio Tangible 0430 015 franchise 3010 585 per mill oj L and E to Extend The L and E railroad which passes thought Winchester has decided to ex tend its line several miles further into Jackson country up the north fork of Kentucky river to the mouth of Quick sand creok The object is to connect with the narrowgauge road to be built by a lumber company and also to open new timber fields Work will begin at once New Boiler at Plant Tho electric light people have a new boiler one of tho largest and best pat terns and same will be installed at once While this work is in progress it may be necessary to cut out the street lights occasslonally but the residences and business houses will not be affected With this addition the plant will been able to give bcttibrservicc and eliminate any cause for complaint from tho city or citizens A 1rompt Payment The promt payirnt of the accident insurance carried tle late Dr Hobson speaks well for the company Mr Will Broaddus is the local gent for the Re public Indemnity Co of Louisville in which Dr Hobson had just taken a policy He had made only one payment 31 and within less than one week the amount duo was seat to Mrs Hobson Mr Broaddushas placedquito a number of these policies The Wheat Crop The Climax is told by a leading farm er that the wheat crop is far from satisfactory fio attributed the cause to lack of snow fQr covering during the extreme cold in February In some localities it has come upmiccly but as a rule the stand is bad tmSvJt Is figured that not more thanliRlf lcrbpwni be harvested lsome localities farmers have plowed up the wheat and sown oats Great Improvements at Paris The L and N railroad people will ex pend 250000 in improvements at Paris work to begin this spring Many new tracks will bs laid now freight depots erected and tko entire yards remodeled The change lo be hailed with delight pasIsengerthe platforms will be greatly enlarged and covered lie that It will not be nec essary to climb from one coach to an other taking great chances on being killed or mangled as is now the case The freight trains switch engines etc j will do their work near the jundtion all the space at the pfes nt depot to be used fur paMonfM train At present tin Ok4Mi e N M htWk Wt1f It W1MMC r d p c II Vat OrCity oga1g Did Last Yeat t and What They Cost Report Analyzed For Climax Readers Superintendent T J Coates has issued the Annual Report of the White and Colored Schools for last year and it is a document typographically and other wise worthy of a city many times our size It is a compendium of all matters connected with the administration of our schools and should be ready by taxpayers who have no children in school as well as by parents who have The book contains 100 pages illustrated and can be secured on application to Prof Coatcs by phone or otherwise This is intended to be a rapid resume of tho contents of tho report without effort to make it orderly but simply for the sake of information and to induce a greater interest in the city schools For the year ending last June we find there is 802 in average daily attendance in the white and colored schools 109 white and 393 colored Estimating the population of Rich mond at 8000 the report shows we Jiad last year 1020 children of school age both races in this city of whom 1150 enrolled in school with 892 as above stated average daily Thus but little over half of the children of school age are in school emphasising the need of the city for enlarged school facilities which will be provided for by the recent 25000 bond issue which will provide for enlargement of both the whilo and colored main buildings whicli will en able the schools to be erected and operated at less expense than by the present pan of renting extra quarters and paying for extra teachers Last year the City paid 1349334 for running tho schools in addition to which the State furnishes 584820 and 28735 was paid for tuition by outside pupils making about 19000 all told to defray the cost of tho city schools for the year ending last June which included over 2000 for installing fire escapes and improvements There were in addition to white and colored supervising principals 17 white teachers add 13 colored and a janitor for each school and a truant officer Mr Coleman Neff who was paid 31250 without whose services the law provides no state aid can be secured The entire cost of 17 white teachers and superintendent last year 1009750 The entire cost of 13 colored teachers and superintendent last year 3391138 Supplies and fuel and lights cost about 1500 and rents 524 There were 2 white men and 10 white women and 4i colored men antI 10 colored women em Janitorsland an average f1U7 per month for oath in average attendance Incidentally it costs the city 20Jer month to feed and clothe ono prisoner 4 month and only 8127 per month to educate her children The difference fa oven greater if wo add the cost of the police department anti courts and public charity and lost time to the prisoners A city with souud healthy happy educated chil dren is moro blessed thanif it have only granaries bursting with crops End bauks overflowing withmoney And why n have both for ignorance breeds otI and idleness poverty Total cost per pupil in Richmond was 816 per year Cyhthiaha 21 Frankfort th Ilenderson34- Last year in Richmonds schools tli tre were 95 more pupils in daily attendance than the yeri JoJeOr8 whefea3 th- eM ttttwiCW A11 Wia t d tU in 1 W r w itW d A UIti The increase in the school population I and the truancy law will probably make the attendance during this year anti hereafter much heavier than ever before During the last two years 19081909 there was an increase in the white school population of 213 students a little over 25 per cent and a decrease of ten pupils in the colored school popula tionAverage number of white pupils per teacher per enrollment 40 average number of colored pupils per teacher per enrollment 38 Superintendent Coates enthusiasm for his school work is contagious and inspiring lie shows it in the great mass of information on all subjects related to his schools printed in this model report IUs too volumnous to attempt the complete summary it was our inten tion to make but we earnestly suggest that all who want to get a little educa tion freo on the subject of city schools apply for a copy of the Report of 19089 As a work of printers art it is an orna ment to the Climax which produced it and as a ready reference work for teach ers parents pupils and taxpayers it has no superior in the State of Kentucky Had Too Many A Judjrc in Pennsylvania refused to give a woman a divorce tho other day on tho gnnind that she had four Had Fine Time Messrs J E Greenlcaf Green Turley Joo Embry Leu Gott anti Dr Moss Gibson have returned from a pleasant fishing trip to Kentucky river The Climax regrets that Jack of Space prevents toll ing what they cnuglit New Poultry House Jlr II B Nottliwlt of Lancaster wis here last wockanil arranged with J B Caldwcll on Maui street to open H poultry and 1gghandling house Their ad appears in this issue of The Climvx Mr Norioott huts had many years ox poricncatn tiiciiuisnoss The now firm will buy3ill kinds of produce i Masonic Register T5 o Mt Vernon Signal says the secre tary of the Masonic lodge in that city has after three years work succeeded compiling a complete roster and lds1- Gey of every member raised in thtJ ligotten out in Kentucky andis of fever value New Egg and Poultry Firm Mr U B Northcutt of Lancaster ft wen known poultry and produce man has opened a branch department hero and Mr J B Caldwell the grocer wilt have charge of tho business Take your produce There anil reimve the high est market jfrice During thls week Mr Caldwell will pay 17c cash foresg 12 Ir2c for hens Oc for roosters ITc for ducks 15c for turkeys t1l LShrXorthcMU opcralcsbrancJios in both Lan- casterand Stanford otad fromriow on will use Rlchmoodsis Well as a base of supplies I The wise mast carries both life and lire insurance Brook Smith have the best police tf Fine Display Judging from the many new hats worn to church Sunday prosperity with a big P has struck many a girlti papa in this section The hats while freakish in size are extremely pretty this season and many very beautiful patterns tdr6 on display at the different churches Now please dont say The Climax means to insinuate that the dear girls only wont to church to show the headgearfar bo it from put Intentions However We paradcnndhii i IP r Cous Sells and Buys ExSheritT Broacldus has soW his pretty residence on Water sltcct to D C Biggerstaff price 10 Cous acresrr build modern dvellihK hereon ThanksHarvey Congressman ilKJni sent Tho Climax a large sack of s a5s which were gobbled up by our rionfls in less time than it tokes to tollihe story Had ho furnish 4d a garden in which to plant them we poor newspaper men would have had all kinds ogardon sass this summer Beautiful Easter werteriia every way The wind was a trifle coifi but bracing while the sun shone bcuitifully all day The parade of new largeIold friend Gen Prosperity had visitod many people In this city lli Crowe Gets 2475 Fin the suit of the Kentucky Highland Railway part of tho now L N road rojul to be built to tho L A at Vor saillcs the jury awarded 2 475 in dhhWi ages to Dr Crowo for his land twoa oy the road Dr Cro we tormerly rCaidcd in this city TIts about wind J up tho litigation at tot place ovor N right of way Tho company is pushing the work of construction and hopes to complct the linn by Fall Oil For Streets rMr Jennings Maupinaml others have lJlbscripdonsCouncil to cooperate and Sprinkle oil on the cast end of Main Street at least This mucliAVHvotol Uloronghfaro wW recently rccoUstruccotl from BlunltmV Coal yard toHallio Irvine and Ustfould be oiled as n proventivoagahiA destruc tion by heavy traflic t1tfo is the only preventive on stone trtffes like ours I Interesting Services Tho protrftotS meeting which begun at the ftfthodisl church Sunday proTniaGsHo be the most interesting and successful hold in recent years The aliulanco is splendid while the ser ifcons by Rev J P brothers of Dan villc who is assisting the pastor Dr Crutchfiold are gems of oratory trite music under direction of Mr A C splendidfeaturecordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services Fire in East End An alarm of tIre was turned in Friday morning from the colored school build ing which caused considerable fright to the neightxriYood an there is but one solitary wAter plug east of the L N crossing In the whole Dillingham Addition and that one was fortunately lo cated two years ago at the corner of the Colored School The alarm turned out to be false or else Chief Dougherty was joking when lie reported that ho was able to save the cistern and tho lot on which the house stood Select Good Ones The Climax heard an old gardener discussing the question of planting and lie said that nine in every ten failures sro caused by tho selection of inferior seedif course said he tho pro paration of the soil moans a great deal but more gardens are ruined by the selecting of some tiewfangled seed or seed not freSh tlirtil tkon any other cause Hewetjl on to say that if ear iidners woiild sticlc to the bldtima and tried plans irdis would prays mucK iiioro tof1talikii bad id a to give tip cdirjainties for uncertainties iihy son and the best plan i t to 8o by the plans our daddies had ih sMfecU l5ilUrllrlltlldi1ttI i4ii tkitoIlUiifiW co r J r t A Special LineJ agentforonly agency for this famous make in the county It is the only corset of the kind on tho market in Madison county She has a large line of samples on hand and will be glad to show them JS30U A meeting or the stockholders of the Madison County Fair Association is requested for Saturday April 2 at 3 p moat the ollico of Dr Murison Dunn in W D Oldham building A full attend ance is desired by order of the Execvtive Committee DAVID Dirxx Secretary New Paper at Danville- A number of Danvillo capitalists have ofInewspaper cSty The new paper will be known as The Danville Mcssciigtfr will be Demo cratic in politics and published twice a week eight pages each issue A 310000 plant hits been bought and as soup asthisesn be installed the new paper Will lonako its appearance Mr Hubert SlcGoodwin a stockholder 11to1bt4hiilo Louis Landram who r tjp J j witthavenadtonalthIcketsFirst seehiimI Four Dead Many Injured The wreck ropvtfftfd in last issue of at1rltpress hour that complete details were not obtainable It is learned that it was atUereatho trains An extra train was on antI the crew of the other train were unaware of its coming The dead are George Dovore fireman arid a most es timablo young man of this city James Rourke brakeman Buster Sanford engineer Russell Slormes employee of the road Rourko and Sanford lived in Paris Stormes in Laurel county All the Injured were brought to this cit ParistvJustice Sythe Ky and Otto Pike of Parish Pike was horribly scalded and is yet at tho P A C Infirmary whero ho is being attended by Dr Vaught the companys surgeon The property loss will reach 1230000 That mild soothing liquid UD D Prescription stops the awful itch with the first drops A prescription of ac knowledge value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will take awayjtho itch right away and you will know Sold by Stockton Son Rich mond Ky t The Climax calls attention of owners hors te are advertised and it will bo wJjfor ou to look at this list before mak Its Do it now inSllnmQb lr lwiioipS Vhllo hOt tloTO this company libs nsued a few complimentary fishing tick vrtl bo issued during the present seasofi it AXYBODV excepting to tho Polko haven right to enter Our waters are well stocked with fish and our charges for fishing lire very low towit 25 cents per day or 500 per season We invite all orderly persons who desire to take advantage of this privilege The company is doing anti will do this year considerable improvement work at its lakes in constructing roads generally and proposes to make this the while the cost of maintaining the grounds in suitable condition has been large No hunting or shooting is al lowed on the grounds The use of intoxicants upon tbe grounds in any form is prohibited Ail persons must preservq Wdor and riot go company Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co March 28 1910 I The Utmost PRESCRtPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED personally L1appenring thisspring hflVaaUewrUclhobost SmithFisbL itdthohealth crectiiigfencing countyThe trhas prohibited Caresj is noticeable in this es tablishment in the prep aration 0 f physicians prescriptiona 11 other drugs and medicines none the less Aware of our responsibility we adapt precaution You get just what your doctor orders Safe har medicines PERRYS bRU STORE Te75c iri t 1JrtLt 0 r p M1 7- c= r j t J 0 I I S STAN PERPresents for your consideration all this week a grand display of mens and boys V Spring and Summer Clothing Never before have ve shown such an ex tensive array of stylish spring wearing ap pare We feel sure that our exhibition during the coming week willbe the great est of the kind ever attempted in this portion of the country and are surethat it is worthy of every man and boys attention who wants to buy the best garments that money can buy We pride ourselves upon the fact that we able to quote lower prices on our lines o- fMens Clothing than competitive concerns No matter what price you have in mind you will find our quality superior Our 18 and 20 lines of Mens Suits are in a class by them selves and we know that garments of equal value cannot be had at the average store at less that 2250 to 25 All the smartest styles for the coming season are included at these prices In fact are of a veryhigh type and will command a great deal of at tention We are proud of our line of Mens Suits we are able to sell at 500and we wish to be put on record that the manwho one of these suits will get more style better quality and a more perfect fit than he ever thought it possible to secure at 1 500 The Finer Suitsthe suits you would pay 35 and 4O formav hA had here at 25 and 30 and the man who wants sdlendid garments and vales for his money is the man who will be interested in this great line ol suits In this line ve feature ADLERS COLLEGIAN CLOTHES There is a wonderful line of Mens Top Coats on display at 1250 to S15 It consists of many new shades of tan and fancy cored cloth in quality style or value We will match it against any line of top coats no matter what price they are soRt at Lome anti see tllem Select the Boys Suits EarlyLittle fellows from 3 to 8 years of age can be rigged out becomingly from our great Inc of Russian and Sailor Suitsall the best material will be found in this assortment Splendid Quality Suits at 350 Others at 250 500 and 600 Boys between age of 7 and 17 are stylishly and correctly dressed when they wear Knickerbocker Suits with dpoiblejix single breastedu coats These garments are made from cheviots and worsteds and come in all colors among the popular grayand brownI 5 is the price of our Special Number Other Prices 330 4 6 Siand S10 Suits for young men from 15 to 20 years of age These garments arc tailored by men who do nothing but tailorsuits for young fellows from 15 to 20 years of age They are well skilled in making these garments and have put into this line every little detail that a young fellow wants Among the various features are long lapels on two and three button coats full pegtop trousers wide cuffs besides other features of merit Materials Other Qualities 600 750 1200 and 1500 The HoyalJ s andr ain Sterling Clothes ARE THE Berch Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed rot to Shrink or Fade 50 years the factory in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hatsand Furnishirg Goods Suit Case Trunks Umbrellas etc afclbwesfc prices for high class goods 1 JR B StoufferOldest Established Clothing and Taiforinf House to Richmond ii tz o jIiiI i I nI1 Base Ball and Bat given freewith each Boys Knick erbocker Suit over 350 Corner Second Richmond Kentucky BEST- CLOTHES experience guarantee I 1 WLT DOUCLAS 4OO 5OSHOES Bestln the Worl- dUNION MADEBoys Shoes 200 sand 250Fast Color Eyiteit W L Douglas sLoes are the lovreit price quality considered in the world andlongother makes If you have been paying timeyouyourfootwear havebeenIf you could visit bur large factories at Brockton Masand see for yourself MemadeandwearCAirrioVnv U Douglas ramandrrlee Isstamped toeon bottom protect acaimtprice and Inferior shoes TulN 0 Siit t tilicidntywrfte lnourfor MAil Order Catalog wL DouzIas TORSAZEBY Rice Arnold =The Farmer Gets Stung IThe Indianapolis Indiana News that a farmer of Salem N J brocght two hogs to alocal butcher and offered them for sale A price was farmcrsaidheshoulders To this the butcher agreed nndaftor the weighthad been taken the desired ptirts of the hog were cut off and theibalancia moment the butcl err pHed You owe me S285and the farmer tad to pay It JouglJhehegsatwholesale reservedIn paidhInConcrete nests are symaaetriaal aad 1H11fJ IIu o tjtI Frn Sampto Aids OU Mm The sudden change from yeas ol activity of both body and mind to the of later years causes the human system to undergo many changes chief which is in the di gestive organs thebowelsand In consequence many elderly mea CUt fer not only from the basic touble con stipation but from indigestion headache belching sour stomach drowsiness after eatln arid similar annoyances It Is first of all necessary to keep the bowels oeaand then to tone the digestive muscles so as to get them to again do their worm purgativeworkjusterperimentlagvarious kinds and have become convinced butthenmild gentle pleasanttasting laxative tonic that Is especially adapted to the requirements of old people women and children and yet is effective enough for anybody Your druggist who has handled it successfully for a quarter ora cen tury will sell you a bottle for fifty cents or one dollar but If you want to make a test of Jt before spending any money send your name and address to Dr Cald samplebottleThis remedy is rapidly displacing all othpr forms of medlcaUon for the cure of ttomach liver and bowel trouble and families like Mr O F Wishes of Syca more IlL and Mrs Carrie Cullers of BeneIndhouse They have tested It and know Its grand value to every member or the family pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelYrreeletter and he will to in detail For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B CaIdwellItEOO Cold well building Montlcello H- i8TOCKTONI HAGAN 1910 Season 1910 Napoleon 821 Will make the Season at the Clay Farm 1 12 miles west of Richmond Napoleon 821 A B A Isired by Tarkingtons Napoleon black jack with white points 10 hands high 1st dam by Tarkingtons Colosus 2nd dam by Caldwells Liberty 3rd dam by Stiggalls Black Hawk 4th dam by Peters Black Hawk 5th dam by Imp BertramNapoleon is a famous breeder on both mares and jennets A 2ycarold jack 15 12 hands high having been recently sold to Tennessee parties for SSOOOO If you are looking for a jennet jack it is no experiment breeding to Napoleon he is a sure breeder Napoleon is 16 hands high six years old black with white points extra weight and length large foot and bone good head neck and car and is a No1 breeder We went to see his colts before buying as wo wanted something extra as an individual and breeder and stand at 2500 to Insure a Jack Coif 1000 to Insure a Jennet Colt and same for a MaIe Colt To Stand up and Suck Money due when colt is foaled mare parted with or bred to another horse cr jack Lien on colt until service fee is paid Mares kept at 10 cents per day Every precaution will be taken to avoid accidents or escapes but will not be responsible fee any that may occur Stables closed on Sundays Roy C White RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1910 SEASON 19- 10VERDICT 1621 WILL MAKE TilE SEASON Dunns Stableo- nIrvine Pike nearL fc N Crossing RICHMOND KY Verdict is a dark chestnut 153 hands coming 11 years with as much natural asfinecombining all the qualities as to looks breeding style and action that go to producer ouhaveclaim that Verdict carries more of the WaslIingtoIDenmark breeding will show Verdicts career as a show horse has rarely been equaledwinning as a two yearold as a threeyearold straight through the fair circuit without a break thelJOulsville seconjflstallionsouri in a ring of fifteen horses Ver dicts show career was cut short in 1902 by sickness only showing at Richmond and Lexington where he won first pro miums in aged stallion class In 1904 Verdict had fully recovered from his illness and after makinga heavy season he showed first at Kirksvillo where he won the 500 stake for best forbestat Lexington where he won first then to Harrodsburg where he won first in aged stallions first in sweepstakes IS firstinwith an unfortunate accident which kept horseShow ofMatSwon first in colt ring and first in stallion and three of his get ndjoinlngcounties andIaUfirstclassand go to other States There never was countywhenfirst bypatronizingobtained It is not what you pay for the season of a colt it Is what you get that counts in the long run PEDIGREE 102byWashlnttolJDemnlirk YoungDiamdpdby Washington Denmark 04 Gordos dam Mill8 Rlchmond56I 8iKinfIUchanlsItichmondsdamJeimy 72 by Washington Denmark 04 UneetilI1stoDenmarkthusgreatest show horses that ever lived TERMS Verdict will be allowed to serve mares M 2l5totareMafeinFdaI retahledQnQ9ltduo when maro is Itolspoqslblebe cared for at S3 per month Je M Azbill AIIf1 Jr L1tt jJ Jt iil Cream WILISYermifuee I THE GUiXUTEEB WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE T NIC BEwaRE OF IMITaTIoN THE GENUINE PREPaRED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Co Bp KOIFIO MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY AlIEN flONFi1RMERS It is being reported that we do not have the Vulcan plows or epairs We emphatically deny this report We havo both and expect to continue to handle them f9tf TAYLOR OLDHAM Tho Climax 31 a year Bring your wheat and corn for ex change to the new mill Phone 57 12otf J B Sanders C CCughs That Hang On Couthll start in the fall and hang on- untilepilugare sure tOuble breeders unless cl ecked and cured Bronchitis pneumonIa and consumptIon are ilie direct result Take Foleys Honey and Tar the great throat and lung remedy that cures the cough stops the hard breathing und heals and oothea the inflamed air passages Is mildly lax attic and the cold from the sys tern The genuine is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Wild by Stockton Son Richmond Ky rnlm Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouthrock eggs for sale at 75 cents a setting W O Burke 393m R D 2 Richmond Nature makes the cures after all- Now and then she gets into a tight place and needs helpingout Things get started in the wrong directiont Something is needed to check disease and start the system in the right direction toward health Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with hypo phosphites can do just thisIt strengthens the nervesrfeeusfainished tis sues and makes rich blood ron SALE B7 ALLDBOGdlSTS SeaS lOc same of piper anil this ad for our buntlfnl Savings Bank and Cblldi SketchBook Each bank contain a Good Luck Pennjr SCOTT BOWN 409 Pearl St New York Commissioners Sale State Bank Trust Co PlalntilT- Nancy vs J Norris Defendant D B Shackelford Plaintill- Nancy vs J Norris Defendant CONSOLIDATED CASES Under and by virturo of a judgment of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the Feb Term 1910 in the above consolidated actions the undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will soil at Public auction to the highest and best dooratTuesday April 12 1910 the following described property or so much thereof as will satisfy the plain amountingtoThe undivided one fifth interest of- T Q 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 Vest side of a large branch thence with Piggs line outh poicstoE 47 C10 to a stake on said Piggs line and corner to the land recently conveyed to Younger Norris by Thos Stone etc N23t E 159 010 poles toa stake near a small walnut and corner to the 01 and 34 acres of land convoyed to andwiCetbence polesScorner of the 61 and 34 acres S 8 12 W 162 poles to the beginning containing lr 34 acres Said property will be sold on a creditor six months the purchaser being required to execute bond with good security 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 until all the pur chaso money is paidH C RICE MCMCO Commissioners Sale MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Mary M Bennett H J Bennett Pltfs vs Archibald C Chenault David Under and by virtute of a judgement and order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered in the above action at tne February term 1910 the under signed Master Commissioner of said Court will sell at public auction to the promisesinthe hour of 11 oclock a m on Monday April 4th 1910 the following described property A certain lot or parcel of land situated in the town of Richmond Ky on Second street and bounded and described as fol lowbolnga part of lot 84 in plan of said town formerly owned by Wm Jason Walker anti sold and conveyed to D M Bright by L W Caporton trustee of pril1stault and Mary A Chenault by deed from IiL Bright administrator D M Bright by deed dated July 1st 1898 Beginning at a corner to lot sold by ft M Bright to Mrs heretoforeJPriccrpn Second St and with line of said street y3ltsvesterly 256 lce to a line of G W Pickles thence with Mrs Mary Pickles 111 feet to a corner to Mary Pickles rtyiIlbequirWtoiMho purchwfj money payable foUte t commissioner have the force and I effect of 1113 judgement wIth tein re- serve4 Pff Ui proprty uMl the r ne tIwIIt7h i1 MtI C oCt l i iS u J L j p The QuestionIt is a new Bed Room Suit Parlor Suit Dining Room Suit CookStovesmall payment each week or month will do Your Credit is good dont wait until you get the money we will do the waiting for Buy now pay later youI LUMAN AND HIGGINS HOME FURNISHERS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon RICHMOND KENTUCKYI We are Headquarters for Sewing Machine Supplies for all Machines FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce lIon HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county a candidate to sujcecj himself in Congress from this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party More people are taking Foleys Kid ney Rimedy every year It is consid e aUidneyiC11science can devise Kidney dis eases cause more sickness and suffer otherdiseasesure any case of kidney nr bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of t moreSoldTry Mary Patent Flonn om tbe New Mill in town Phone 67 128tt J B Sanders Co The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write T V t svST HzcsF tf Richmond Ky A Safeguard To Children Our two children ot six and eight years have been since infancy subject to colds and croup About tluee years ago I starSed to use Foleys Honey and Tar and It has never failed to prevent ind cure these troubles It is the only medicine I ran get the children to take vithonr a row The above from W C OrnstPin Green Hay Wis duplicates tho experience rf thousands of other users of Foleya Honey and Tar It cures consrliF colds and troupe and pneumoniaSold For Sale My house and lot adjoining ball park Apply tot J A TODD Wormology hould be studied by every parent If your child is nervous fretful etarts in its sleep is pasty laced has rings un Jer its eyes always seems hungry is not gaining weight you can be sure the trouble is worms Whites Cream Ver mifuge is an absolute cure for worms Is its own purgative Sold by H L Perry Richmond Ky mlm Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of M Stevenson arc requested to file same properly proven as required by law on or before May 20 1010 or same will be barred W B SMITH mar 1C 10 t Assignee A Timely Protection Everyone knows the after elTects of LaGrippe are often more dangerous han the disease So often it leads to pneumonia which a weakened heart action makes fatal La Grippe cough that strain and weaken the system yield quickly to the healing and strengthening qualities of Foley Honev andTarand refuse substitutes Sold br Stockton Son mlm For Sale Privately Since the death of my father who at tended to our jack stock I find I can not give them the attention they should have and attend to my office I will therefore sell privately the following stock nine Jacks running from 1 months to 7 years old All well bred 3 ready for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from colt to aged jennet well bred 5 bred to Napoleon No 821 Call on or ad dress me at Richmond Ky l5tf Roy 0 WHITE I 130 130 Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 fuLeatherAlso a handsome set of Harness with rolled lint and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 legiLimttwill give to each and every purcha ser a ticket for every 61 worth of trade with us Each ticket will represent a sh at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in out line of a liberal discount below the customary prices Tin offer will save you money when you call in and make p money before you go out See our circulars for full expla nation plenty of them at our office Read Carefully die 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