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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4fFSe 6 I I TRY mad tilujTIiE RICHMOND CLIMAX 36th RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 1910 NUMBER 44 WALL PAPER The Housewifes Best Friend Burnside he is- o up is a sack of Oblisk flour It makes such bread biscuits cake and pastry and so much of it Try it and prove it Oblisk flour costs no more than ordinary brands though once you have used it you would willingly pay moro for it Insist on Oblisk arc many Imitations Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND THE- VULGW VULCAN to an to ne an RobinsonI CHILLEDPLOWS I Vulcan Plow Co- EVMSVILLC lift J Well Finlsked Strong Durable light Draft Rib Strengthened Mold Full Chilled Shinpiece Interlocked Point Land and Standard Point has Face Chill Wide Edge Chill Long Snoot Chill Patented Extension and is the STRONGESTand MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made When buying a Plow Comlder Duality Tirst2rice Second I 8 FOR SAl BY Douglas Simmons Deathefage AGENTS Wholesalo and Retail ulcan Chilled Plows and Repairs Syracuse Hill side Plows and Repairs V A Wood Harrows Binders Buckeye Cultivators Hamilton Corn Planters Repairs for South Bend Plows N A Place on Second Street Phone 20 l GIVE US A CALI 19 tiJ c We Sell May Manton 4 Patternst- Each E JOe c Right Way get good work buy your paper from date and get uptodate paper hanger delicious getting There The Mowers Kansas Farm Wonders Mr James E Fowler of Hutchison Kansas is visiting his uncle Mr R F Scudder this county for a few days Mr Fowler is a native of Estill county was reared in this county but declared that Kansas is he best State now in the Union He will visit his father Mr Thos SIFowlor a Pinkard Woodford countyIn to the Climax questions Mr Fowler astounded us with the following statements which Kgntuckians cannot afford to challenge for he exhibited the printed proofs thereof from the U S Department reports and other reliable sources He said KansaS ranks first as a wheat pro ducer Kansas produced more wheat than aU Now England Illinois Iowa and eleven auditional states all combined Kansas in 1000 produced onesixth of the total wheat crop of tho U S and more than doublo as much as any other stateIn 1001 one Kansas county Sumner was credited with a yield of C81210i bushels of wheat or moro than was pro duced in tho whole state qf Texas or ir North Carolina or in any one of twenty two other states and tefrritorics and exceeding by over 1000000 bushels the aggregated wheat of New England Mis sissippi Alabama Now Jersey Nevada New Mexico and Wyoming- Notwithstanding Kansas supremacy- in wheat growing the Value of her corn grown in the past twenty years is 100 000000 more than that of all the wheat crops grown by Kansas since her begin ling One county in Kansas wised in 189C nearly 11000 bushels of corn This was moro than the combined yields of Maine Rhode Island North Dakota Montana Wyoming Now Mexico Utah Arizona Nevada Idaho Washington Oregon New Hampshire Vermont Massaehu sotts and Connecticut or considerably moro than the aggregato output of Cali fornia Colorado and Florida in tho same twelvemonths period Time for Fishing The oldlimo negros sign of fishing time is when tho lizards begin to crawl as the old darkey puts IL This time has arrived and the Nimrods who have caught many big ones around tho store stoves this winter are now getting their tackle ready Although tho weather remains quite cold yet several parties are being formed to camp a little later on Reels are being oiled poles and lines looked over while tho best house in Cincinnati from which to order a gallon- or so is being investigated Spring 1910 h412 W P BAXTER Causes 95 Per cent of Diseases Advice Concerning Stomach Trouble and How to Remedy Them Do not neglect indigestion which leads to all sorts of ills and complications An eminent doctor once said thatninety five per cent of all the ills human body have their origin in a disordered stomachA who made a specialty ot stomach troubles particularly dyspepsia after years of study perfected the formula from which Roxall Dyspepsh Tablets are made Our experience with Roxall Dyspep sin Tablets leads us to believe them to 10 the greatest remedy known for the relief of acute indigestion and chronic dyspepsia Their ingredients are soothing and healing to the inflamed membranes of the stomach They are rich in pepsin one of tho greatest digestive aids known to medicine The relief they afford is almost immediate Their use with persistency and regularity for a short time brings about a cessation ol the pains Caused by stomach disorders Roxall Dyspepsia Tablets will insure healthy appetite aid digestion and pro mote nutrition As evidence of our sincere faith in Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets we ask you to try them at our risk If they do not give you entire satisfaction vo will return you the money you paid us for them without question or formality They como in three sizes prices 25 cents 50 cents and 91 Ro member you can obtain them only at- our store H L Perry Concrete nests last forever For sale by O W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Rich mond Kentucky tf No More Hangings Gov Wilson has approved the new- law abolishing hanging and adopting electrocution Under the now law when a mau is convicted and must die- ho will be taken to the Frankfort penitentiary ard there executed in the oleo tric chair We dislike to say it but IIthore is little use of adopting any punish for under the present state of af any man with a little money can 1Cairs of any devilment no matter how black a crime The trouble is Kentucky doesnt have enough hangings A few moro murderers strung up to trees in- tho oldfashioned way would have a splendid effect and tis a pity such jusitce is not meted out The Right Sort of Wife An Atchison man recently refused II proposal of marriage I like you he said to tho girl but you have too many friends There would be too many at our wedding for you would bo afraid not to invite them all and your many friends wouldnt bo satisfied unless they made fools of us by playing some kind of crazy pranks on us when wo started on our wedding journey You have so many friends that wo would get all kinds of presents that wo dont want and would be kept poor in future tying to pay back when tho donors get mar ried You are nice and Iliko you but what I am looking for is a wifo in a woman who is friendless Of Interest to Churches Need ing Pavements conIA certain concrete pavement tractor lioro has proposed to lay the con crete pavements in front of tho churches of this city at a ridiculously low price and ho stands ready to make good his offer whenever the church authorities get ready to obey the orders of the Coun ell to lay the much needed pavements in front of their churches As this means a saving of money and secures improvements much needed why should not tho governing boards take up tho matter Eggs For Sale I have for sale Black Minorca Rhode Island Reds 100 per setting for 15 2 settings for 9L50 ait Embry Phone 312 R lloborly Ky 4t J R Pennington Dentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky Notice For the season of 1910 I will at theIDixie bettor known as tho Hord jack and a four yearold Rex Pea vine stallion Also threeyearold Jack Twigg stallion These horses are half brothers their dam being a standard bred maro eligible to register Full description and service fee will bo published later N G W N TODD 3233t Brassfield Ky Wrong oldstock anybody secti ill YEAR T I it1 VA f PhoneBFOSTER Mattress I Less Money is backed up by the 11 Co and proves beyond doubt of Stearns Foster mattresses ITiSIEA JMIJRE S no you to do of most is a dark secret you by in tJ Why Do You Suffer With headache biliousness consti pation and the ills it brings with it when Foleys Orino Laxative taken regularly and as directed will relieve and cure you of these ills It tones up aU the digestive organs carries off the waste oi the body and stimulates the bowels to their normal activity and regular action It is a splendid spring medicine qnd now is the time to take it It clears and tones up your entire system For sale by Stockton Son The Way is to buy a lot o and get to hang it for you 1r The Heavy impure blood makes a mud dy pimply complexion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes you weak pale sickly Burdock Blood i ttnrs makes the blood rich rod perfect health Poultrymen investigate tho now con crete nests They are worth your while For a mild easy action of the bowels a single dose ot Doans Regnlets is enough Treatment cures habitual onstipation 25 cents a box Ask cour druggist for them v M iguarantee it to be better than any other advertised r7J make at any price All roster Mattresses ij you to examine the 1 the most important side to of the very mattress you buyxsomething maker allows inside mattresses and cant judge Imerely clerks talk Come todayL Oldham LackeyMILD purerestores Wo are in the market for all the fresh clean eggs you can bring This Fine Eggs For Sale have lot of fullblooded single comb brown leghorn eggs for sale 31 per sotting of 15 eggs 3150 for two settings Mns Tons RICE f23tf Richmond T H E Hustling Cash Store We Want to Sell You This Season WALL PAPER WINDSORGRADE We j Stearns allow irside know t other us is youII a at or R D 3 Lo4 cc 13o Skin Sufferers Drop Greasy Salves and Nasty Medicines That mild soothing liquid D D D Prescription stops tho awful itch with the first drops A prescription of ac knowledge value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will tako awaytho itch right away and you will sleep soundly Wo assure you personally of the merits of this remedy for we know Sold by Stockton Son Rich mond Ky We Sell May Manton Patterns IOc Each i Spring 1910 r11r M s i j wa C TIle utfook for the heaviest Spring trade Jn years is very promisingvWee jfi iH laid in heavy supplies in all lines and being Cash Buyers we were able to secure large quantities of merchandised at rock bottom 5 fy1 r prices enabling us to give our customers the benefit of the lowest prices this season There are no better values v to be had keepx7 ti Sm Goods Clothing Shoes Carpets Matting Rugs Trunks Telescopes Etc Etc r 4 t t r jtK 1i Whatever you arc needing dndi grqri Wearing Apparel we ci supply 1 you V a continueto believe r iftt VfZ i i i i s iy t 1 u Vlueseal Li Owricesw V r i d fod y J yiif o t c t Sli t sf pOctOUd r fii = v if I t aSrlt7 ii May Wjl bS n P r r a 7 1 1 t a l B 1 l t lieJ rat6 l lEast EnId MillsJ B Sanders Co Props Richmond Kentucky We are in the market for Wlu jit and Corn at the highest cash market Pli dand keep on hoods ub all lim- esFoifvMesj SMpstsiffy thicken Feol Crncked Corn and Graham Flour We make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Whuat and Corn to accomodate the farmers tradt Our Molt i is Live antI Let Live U ire us chance aud wntuh us grow Jo Bo Sanders 200Located at R R CroMtog ItJ Street Pohne 57 dViond Kentucky TilE TIME IIAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING Of course you want the best results To in sure success buy 8EEQSfro- m us We have every variety of the best brands all fresh new and clean You cant be too particular in selecting seed Come to us and you will make no mistake i JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries t Phone 824 FIRST STREET I MWIDESIn 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 MoWIDJESTELEPHONE 368 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY Alt the New CreatonsInplay at my store Wie 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 andlet us prove our assertion that we have the very latest and most attractive goods brought to this section of the state NoVoW ITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND CURES BILIOUSNESS COMSTI PATiO t DYSPEPSIA MALARIA CHtLLS AMD FEVEH PoNt ALL LIVER COMPlAiKTS A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases caused by a TORPID LEVER Ono bottle purchased today may eavo you a serious sick spell tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE BOTTLEPRICE SOc GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended b RL PERRY f = ua1 = 7drl Look OutCQminglellMay I st Come now and select SuitS Skirts or Shirtwaists and be prepared to meet the catastrophe in the highest of styled A iook through my emparium willconvince you of the fact that the latest and smartest things indress goods are to be found at my store dB Walker H Fitting by MrsMoorethe best I 138 Second Street Richmond Ky H The Richmond Climix rMLWMB EK8T WEHESOW IT THECLIIAXPRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER Piest and Mangr el PRESS v4 lEAGUE rPICE 100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APR C 1910 Embroidery With tho approach of Spring and Easter the feminine mind naturally turns to dainty beautiful lingerie Nothing is so charming and suitable as hand embroidery Miss Eva Roberts has a full line of now patterns and is prepared to do stamping at reasonable prices She carries a full line of embroider materials 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 liar a call Residence First street in the rear of White Wines Drugstore tf One Conductor who was Cured Mr Yilford Adams is his name and he wrifes about itSomc time ago was c ntiued to my bed with chronic rheumatism 1 used two bottles 01 Foleys Kidney Remedy with goodef fect and the third bottle put me on my feet and I resumed work ae con StreetRallwyany medicine 1 had ever used and it will do all you claim in cases of rheumatism Foleys Kidney Remedy curs ihenmatUm by eliminating the IvStoctonEggs For Sale From pure bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn SI per setting of 15 eggs or 40 eggs for S3 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys Mrs Wallace Gilbert fO2m R D No 3 Richmond Ky loleys Kidney Remedy is especially recommended to middle aged and curptororders of the kidneys and bladder that come with advancing yeais It will bladderdlseafecine For fale by Stockton Son Eggs for Sale From pure bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and singlo comb Brown Leghorn per setting of 15 eggs or 40 eggs for 2 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys and Muskogeo flying ducks Prices on eggs quoted on application Mrs Wallace Gilbert 2 93 mo R D No3 Richmond Ky Watch for the Comet WatchtheFoleysHoneybest and safest prevention and cure forcroup whee the need is urgetitand immediate relief a vital necessity Its prompt use has saved many little lives drugsTheRemember the name Foleys Honey SoldbyAre you saving your coupons given on LaundryItsan equal chance to get it j122t Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly The Richmond Steam Laundry at your service Call or ring 52 Eminent Authorities Say theAmericanrheuwatismfolowsimpleuse Ballards Snow Liniment leavingyoupermanent relief from rheumatism paiusSoldFor Sale eggsforso African goose eggs 50c a piece I can spare two or threo pairs of geese MRS CLAKK RICE 9mtf R D 3 Richmond A Knocker perSOlia disordered liver If you find that you throughblue Rdlardsstipation dyspepsia indigestion sick headache biliousness all liver atom LPerryLumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky A Baby Show in Richmond would haye many contestants but itssafe to say that the healthiest baby behemost babies do unless they are kept CreamVermifugeis its own purgative Mothers dont withoutWhitescents Sold by II L Perry For Sale parkApplytf J A TODD 14 of Pound a Week at least is what a young baby aught to notthiresgenion Give it McGees Baby Elixir anil it will begin gamine at onco Curia stomach and bowel troubles aids di gesion stops fretfuIntFs good for SOcSoldEggs For Sale IBarred PJymoulhroclt eggs r taIat75 cents a setting W 0 Burke 333m R D 2 Richmond Stops Itching instantly Cures pflw liiveherpesAt any drug store sllremedylcroup MM bees wed with J8ccai la LWkiWereBt4alo j d t BsINO POWDER Y Ihas the jt or in He Could Not Recommend It The editor was seated at his desk busily engaged in writing a fervid editorial ou the necessity of building a new walk to the cemetery when a battered specimen of the tramp printer entered the office Jlornln boss said the caller Got any work for a print I have answered the editor You happened in just right this time rye got only a boy to help me in the office and I need a man to set type for about a week I have to make a trip out west You can take off your coat and begin right now I start tomorrow said the typographical tourist removing his coat What road are you going to travel on7 The X 3f and Z mostly Ive new er been on it Know anything about 117 I know all about it Ive traveled it from one end to the other What kind of road Is It7 Bum said the printer In a tone indicative of strong disgust The ties are too far Companion The Artistic Japanese Artistic impulses govern even the ordinary artisan in Japan This from an article In the Craftsman by Mr L Wakeman Curtis illustrates the fact In so commercial and nonartislc a porcelain district as Nagoya I saw a big room full of men working In clay hastily copying in quantities pieces that were to go in a shipload to fill an order in England I paused beside a man who was finishing soap dishes On each cover before It went to be baked he was adding the knob by which it could be lifted That on the European model before him was utterly without sentiment less gra dons of shape than a freshly digged oulon or potato With a few slight quick touches seemingly as unthink- Ing as a machine he was yet doing more than was requiredhe was cans ing each knob as It passed under his hands to take the look of a half open ed bud a faint hint of a leaf being also quickly modeled In the biscuit beneath it Paris Worst Flood In the year 129C roso the greatest flood of which history makes any record in Part Men went in boats over the wall of the kings garden All the island was covered and from the foot of the hill of the university to the rising ground beyond the Marrais the upper stories of the houses rose out of a lake a mile wide In that flood was swept away the old stone bridge that Charles the Bald bad built centuries earlier before even the Nor mans besieged the town and In that flood the PeUt Chatelet was destroyed The Petit Pont fell Into the river also but that waS nothing wonderful for it was the most unfortunate of bridges and never stood firmly for fifty years at a stretch but was forever being destroyed and regularly rebuilt The waste of this flood was the signal for Philippe le Bels rebuilding Hllaire Bellocs Paris I Points About a Good Horse There are some points which are val uable In horses of every description The head should be proportionately large and well set on The lower jawbones should be sufficiently far apart to enable the head to form an angle with the neck which gives it free mo Lion and a graceful carriage and pre vents it bearing too heavily on the hand The eye should be large a lit andierect and quick in motion The lop car indicates dullness and stubbornness When too far back there is a disposition to mischief An Odd Gypsy Custom In Hungary when the question of the babys future comes up for dis cussion among the gypsies there is no time wasted In argument A blanket Is held by the four corners and the baby Is thrown into the air If it comes down on its little stomach It Is n sign that It Is going to be11 mu sician If it falls on its back It Is to be a thief and the education of the child Is begun as soon as possible In- oue of these two time honored protes sions Painfully Frank Mr Coldcash 1 ask for ghtez4ryYes1 canTHve without her Well sir finish your sentence Finish my sentence K Yes you were about to say you could not live without her Income Lct us be candid How She Got the Job The one thing we demand from out employees said the head of the office force Is correctness in figures The applicant smoothed her hipless skirt have never had any complaints on that score she replied with a glance cf assurance Bystander AnticipatedIve at your bril liancy your aptness at repartee your It Its more than 5 shillings old man 1 cant do n thing for yoa TB nearly broke myself1 London Mall t Jnnecent Fun Hey1 exclaimed his uacle What lire you trying to do break my watch1 JemnlycfJiulalo Express Early M the tadetJ l Used the World over No otherarticle of human food has ever such em phatic commendation for purity vseiulmess and whole someness from the most v eminent authorities i always received highest award when exhibited tested competition morningAll apartYouths complacently UTwt1eIr received Royal A PluckyWornn Story of a Press Gang By EDGAR FALES MOODY CopyrIght 1310 by American Press Association A hundred years ago there was a Connecticut farmer named John dough living on the shores bordering on Long Island sound ills wife Katherine dearly loved ber husband and their union was blessed with ten childrenOne when Katherine had prepared Johns supper and was wait Ing for him to come home and cat It a small boy with eyes astaro came running to the house crying Mistress Clough your mans carried offl What dye mean 7 asked the frightened woman Some men came along while ho was a seed in and tookhlm by the arms and run him down to a boat They put him in and are rowin him out to a warship Oh my gracious the press gang She ran out of the bouse and on to an eminence in time to see the boat pulling for a ship at anchor bearing the British ensign from her peak John Clough had been pressed Into the British service Katherine was so fond of him that she could not bear the idea of waiting for him to come home after a long term of service and resolved to join hJm If possible The ship remained at anchor that night and the next morning leaving her children In the care of her sister Mrs Clougb cut off her hair put on a suit of Johns and taklnga boat rowed out to the manofwar There she of fered herself for enlistment She was gladly accepted without a physical ex amination and donned a sailors uni form She was soon recognized by her husband but she gave him a look cf warning and be did not betray her The Britisher sailed about for some time in American waters her captain here and thero Impressing n man Into his service desiring to till up his crew which was incomplete- As soon as possible John and Kath erlne concerted to make their escape ICathcrlneq plan was to assist John to get away after which she might declare her sex and get discharged But they both knew that so long as the ship remained on the American coast a very sharp watch would be kept on those Americans that had been impressed so this task would not bo easy of accomplishment And If they made an attempt aud failed one or both would be put in Irons They kept a sharp watch for an opportunity but so strict was the watch that none occurred Finally prepara tions making for a voyage warned them that the ship would soon sail away and If they were to put any scheme Into execution they must do so without further delay One day Katherine left the collar of her sailor jacket open just low enough to betray her sex A petty officer was the first to discover the fact and reported it to the officer of the deck Katherine was summoned before the commander and acknowledged her deception The officer would have put her ashore at once but she begged to be allowed to remain for a time at least as cook Her request was grant ed and she was transferred to the galley But as there was not a wo mans garment of any kind aboard she must needs retain her sailor togs One evening when the ship was at anchor off New London John told his wife that be could swim ashore if he could only get away from the ship lInt this was Impossible for marines were on watch and any one jumping overboard would be shot If he were not shot a boat would be lowered and be would be captured before be had swum a hundred yards The sailors bad got wInd of the Intention of the captain to salt the next morning for England and the Englishmen of the crew were much delighted at the pros pect of going home Though the night was not dark the CJoughs determined to make an at tempt About eight bells a great flare of light appeared In the galley and Katherine who bad secretly collected as much Inflammable stuff as she ould conceal and had touched a burn Ing brand to it raised the cry of FireA on shipboard1 especially on a wooden manofwar where there are a magazine and more or less ammunition always ready for use Is a danger need lag paramount attention All hands were called either to the galley or to the pumps and till handS except John Clough obeyed He was on the forecastle nt the time watching the marine nearest him The man was too good a soldier to leave his post but was too much interested In the lire that might cost him his life to think of anything else John Clough scuttled to the bow sprit got down ou to the chains dropped noiselessly Into the water and swam for the shore The fire In the galley was soon ex tinguished and unfortunately as it nt first appeared for KatherIne there were evidences that she bad been an incendiary Had she been a man she would have probahly been hanged to tbeyardarm Even had the shlpueeu in an English port she would have been turned over to the civil authori pulItlrfdntitashore IiI1telywltboutMeat evening the pair met at their tea embraced trag 4 ttwir eUMrea M ejeyt a oetiijj it TL1io Weeping Animals Travelers through the Syrian desert have seen horses weep from thirst A mule has been seen to cry from the palu of an injured foot and camels it Is said shed tears in streams A cow tende4ityoung soko ape used to cry with vexation if Livingstone didnt nurse it In his arms when It asked him to Wounded apes have died crying and apes have wept over their young ones slain by hunters A chimpanzee train ed to carry water jugs broke one and cried which proved sorrow though it wouldnt mend the jug Rats discovering their young drowned have been moved to tears of grief A giraffe which a huntsmans rifle had Injured began to cry when approached Sea lions often weep over the loss of their young Gordon Cumming observed tears trickling down the face of a dy- Ing elephant And even an orang ou tang when deprived of its mango was so vexed that it took to weeping There is little doubt therefore that animals do cry from grief or weep from pain or annoyance Harpers Weekly The Laborers Thanks- A tram car was going down a busy street one day and was already comfortably full when it was hailed by a laboring man much the worse for liq uor who presently staggered along the car between two rows of well dressed people regardless of polished shoes and tender feet Murmurs and complaints arose on all sides and demands were heard that the offender should be ejected at once But amid the storm of abuse one friendly voice was raised as a benevo lent clergyman rose from his seat say IngNo no Let the man sit down and quietThe of the party turned to mirth when the drunken one seized his benefactor by the hand exclaim ing Thank ye sirthank ye I see you know what it Is to be tight London Answers Served Him Well During the early days of the career of William Allen White when he was charged with the conduct of a country paper in Iowa he one day received a call from an indignant contributor who bitterly complained that matter of his long before submitted had not been published- Isom my friend said White In his most soothing tone Really I must offer my best thanks to you for those features They have served me welL From time to time when I get to think- Ing that this sheet is a pretty poor one to inflict upon a long suffering public I look up your stuff and read It caref- Ully a process which enables me to perceive how much worse my paper becomerenlIme A Multiplication Trick Here Is a little trick In multiplica tion that may amuse you Ask a friend to write down the numbers 12345G70 omitting the number 8 Then tell him to select any one figure from the list multiply it by 0 and with the answer to this sum multiply the whole list thus assuming that he selects either the figure 4 or C Select = Select 6x3=54 I4GT3I 1045673 64 7WJ4074 J7037037 aTS3K 4UUU You see the answer of the sum is composed of figures similar to the one selected Men In Petticoats- It will probably be a matter of surprise to the general reader to learn that the petticoat was first worn ex elusively by men In the reign of King Henry VII the dress of the English was so fantastic and absurd that it was difficult to distinguish one sex from the other In the inventory of Henry V appears a petticoat of red damask with open sleeves There is no mention of a womans petticoat before the Tudor period Cruel Blow Are you aware of the fact remarked Miss Cutting that I am a mind reader Nevah suspected It wcally an ewered young Softlelgh Would you aw object to wending my mind doucher know- Certainly nof she replied Bring it with you thii next time you call Paced Too Rapidly Walter ak the orchestra to play something different Any particular selection slr7 Something slower I cant chew my food properly in waltz time Kansas City Journal Only Chanc Do you bellevp queried the fair widow that universal peace will ever be established Not unless people quit getting mar ried growled the old bacbeiorCbic- ago News The Settlement SultorWbat will yourtather semi on the man who marries you The GirlAll the rest of the family 15UP pose Sfc Louis Times Work Has Deer 05TTowrllYou cant niche a HKwkey nit of me r4pllNo ytl seem to have already awarded the contract Now York Press With SIB HHKrt ef Mr wMcrtwwc us eec1rr mHLTr Noah Anohers A ttorr ota pair of andlOu it teW to the book eatitted To Kalrvaa the Holy Kalrwan Is the Mecca of the west It la a city so sacred that women are allowed to move about In it but very little One of the Interesting sights Is the Mosque of Emir Ben Said Bon Mnpbtah This mosque with its six melon shaped domes is the tomb ot- a most amusing old Moslem who died about the middle of the last century He had great power over the hey and managed affairs according to hU own pleasure This Moslem got possession in Tunis of four large anchors which probably belonged to some old menof war abandoned on account of stress of weather The gentleman with the long name was not content with any suck prosaic explanation of their origin By means of the labor of 500 Arabs he bad the anchors dragged from Tunis and deposited in front of his bouse The transportation took five months lIe then declared them to be the an chors by which Noah fastened the ark to Mount Ararat The relies are now in the mosque of their former owner and are regarded as holy His Rules of Golf A lawyer of considerable prominence took up the game of golf Some of his friends volunteered chapters of advice while another presented to the beginner a bool of rules After com pleting his first round the counselor was asked if be had mastered the rules The perspiring lawyer realized the sarcasm of the remark but proved equal to the occasion The rules Oh they are quite simple ho replied There are two I know of and to my irnyortantYouand after you have hit It you must find it of course before you ht it again It will take an honest man sew eral weeks to master these two rules After driving the ball you must hit It wherever it lies Good lies are as im portant in golf as in fishing Losing a ball costs you two strokes and the price of the ball Hitting a caddie with the ball is justifiable homicide New York Tribune Butlers Reply There was a time while Lyman Trumbull was chairman of the senate committee on judiciary that Benjamin Butler was chairman ot the judiciary committee of the house It was at this period that a delegation from one of the southern states visited Wash- Ington with a desire to secure the im peachment and removal of the federal judge of their state They interviewed Mr Butler as to the probability of car tying such a measure through that sessionI know was Mr Butlers reply I am chairman of the judiciary committee of the house The neces sary action can be had here But Ly man Trumbull is chairman of the senate committee and Judge Trumbull is troubled with two things the dyspep sin which makes him miserable and conscience which makes him uncertain Ginsengs Growth The manner ot the ginsengs growth gives it a queer shape and In some cases fabulous value There is first a main root or trunk Then on the sides there will be smaller roots one on a side and by a curious formation the offshoots resemble arms and legs so that the full grown ginseng looks for the world like a human figure The more the fancied likeness to the human form is developed the greater the value according to some of the Chinese The root as an herb has wonderful properties but too so much beyond is the value of one that looks human The others will cure cancers and all sorts of other diseases but till precious one having the hu man shape will keep off devils end all bad luck Argonaut Not His Fault A story is told of a well known Sheffield tenor wbo when asked to sing at a dinner although he had no music With him went on to the platform to tryHe did his best but be broke down in the middle and retired He was cheered up by an elderly man sitting next to him who tapped him on the shoulder and said Never mind lad thas done thy best but t feller at asked thee to sing owt to be shot Loudon Telegraph Had to Do It HoganPhwat makes ye swally all your dinner in two minutes Grogan Are yez atln on a bet GroganIts- for the good av me dyspepsy Molke Sure the docther toukl me to rist an hour after atin and how else am 01 gain to get the hour to rist in onless Oi ate lolke the dlvllj Boston Transcript The Higher Court Tho courts have decided that a wo man has no right to open her hus bands mall My wife reversed that decision be fnrp Jt was made Houston Post tRural Telephones TISdoncehieyoue btladlnarttrNashvillerate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we Ian immpdiatMu MissLouisIanaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated OLIVER PLOWS TORNADO AND BLLLVILW Disc Ii a r row s with our without tongue trucks Moline IITheStudebaker Wagons Remember we are Headquarters for every thing in the Hardware Line Ii B Shackelford Co Telephone 33 HIDOUGLAS o SONS FRESH AND CURED MEATSSTAPLE AND FANC GROCERIES Highest Cash Price Paid for Procude Orders romptly Filled East Main 5trpp Phone 7 WHEN YOU WANT PRiNTINGCONSULT THE CLMI4Xno C Nervous Women i For nervous tired women we recommend Car dui Cardui is a womans medicine It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic building effect on the whole system It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial TAKE Mrs W Ithink CAHHJIsecondI am 48 years taking and it I I I highly THE FARMERS OF MADISON AND ADJOIN ING COUNTIES HAVE A RARE OPPOR TUNITY TO PATRONIZE SUCH A y STALLION AS THIS Lynn Boyd Jr For Iho Season 1910 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 hands high and has excellent style and action He has been shown at a number ot Fairs and has never failed to secure the blue ties Ho has proven himself a splendid breeder and an excellent show horse having been pronounced by C T Sandege of Danville and T H Smiley Son of Lexington who have trained him one or- t tho best horses they ever handled It is not what youpay for the season of a colt it is that you got that counts in the long run- PEDIGREE Lynn Boyd Jr was sired by Lynn Boyd 44I1e by Tom Boyd 00 bo by Cabclls Lexington F S ho by Gists Black Hawk be by Bloods Black Hawk he by Vermonts Black Hawk ho by Sher mans Torgan he by Justines Morgan etc Lynn Boyds first dam by John Waxoy 100 he by Van 1Meters Waxoy F St ho by Berthune thoro second dam ty rmp LoVialhian th roJTomB- oyd Co first dam by Woodpecker thoro Cabells Lexington first dam by Tom Hal F Sjr seconddam Old Copperbottom etc John Waxey first dam by Pilot second dam by Canadian Chief S4fizstthose her dam by Torn Hal thorp LynnBoyd Jrs first darn by Count Wilkes he syOW Ct Wilksh by Gcie Y1lk i t3 ojii 1 t Pen vine fourth dam by Chas Kaveimughs Grey Eagle Count Wilkes Jrs first dnm Madge by Paymaster second dam Sally Lunn by Kmbrys Lexington third dam by Wagner fourth dam by Imp Leviathian fifth dam by Imp Derthun sixth dam byImp Tranby Ji No Sunday work allowed Aw S r llkey IBoy Will also make the Season at the same time anti place at 8 to Insure Living Colt Ikey Boy is a brown Jack 4 yours qd l1hands high has extra heavy bono and a splendid body and has fine head and oars This young Jack is untried but I think will make one of the best breeders in tho State aSh comM from one of the best families of Jacks in Kentucky PEDIGREE Ikoy Boy was sired by Jonah 16 hands high a very large bono Jack was sold to Stanper of Missouri anti considered a great breeder Jonah sired by Griggs Tom bo by Gurus John Morgan ho by Slarmaduko Jonahs first dam by Tus carorra Ikey Boys first dam Lucy Mogul sIte by Tom Curtis great Jennet Jack First dam Mogul Grlggs by Griggs Tom ho by Bob Leo ho TbyKlokapoo he by Compromise he by Tippa can ele by Black Hawk ho by Imp Warrior Money duo when colt is foaled or mare parted with or bred to other stock Care taken to pre vent accidents but will not be responsible should any occur No Sunday work allowed Will uso A B Butners Phone Sherman Cottomi Galeast y Kentucky j coon 2- STHE RICHMOND CLIMAX HII ic ion2 t 36th YEAR 4 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 1910 NUMBER 44 The Question 1 SuitDrugettstI Stove Refrigerator Sewing Machines Etcv Etc Jftspta small payment each week or month will do i Your Credit isgQodt dont wait until you 4 t3Sfe get the money we will do the waiting foryou Buy now pay later S Sjil i t I LUMANANDHIGGINS I iilII Opposite KENTUGKYWeh Gentlemen y tqddke ifo91 SCHIOSS irise Ctelkes Makers Ollltaire ud New tirk Stop = Consifc Money Earned v is Money Saved You can do both by coming now jCoatssuch low figures Tho prices aro y ttrioIt pays to dress well partpcularly when you can ct Sc clothes at so littlo a price Nb mitt your form shape or figure we cap qclolhesCelebrated Master Tailor Schloss Brostof Baltimore and New York Jthol1ollarscount you got and how your cloth s icillive arul keep theirsHape Its thQmariw hoersotheir thoroughly good qualityBmca economy to him Off We are Sole Agents for Ladies Queen Quality Fine Shoes rjt apailtatag at 00 trOur New Styles in the Celebrated Kneeland Oxfords + tfr ouny men are the snappiest things shown in the city strictly up to theriminuCa Pnps 3400 and St50 WH are showing all the new things in Dress Goods Notions Hosiery Underwear Was iWils etc See the new stuff and get our low prices We are naming low prices on Rugi am ts Dont fail to see them L OOIdham Company Y WILL LIKETHE QUALITY OUR OF OUR PRINTING BU3NESS METHODS WILL PLEASE u0 tF THINK IT OVERk s THE CLIMAX PRINTING COMPANY EAI ATTpIQNi FARMERS i n p that we do noL havo the Vulcan plows or repairs tild emphatically deny this report We have both and expect tov continue to handle themIDtfTA YLOROLDHAM For Sale PrivatelyS- ince tho death of my father who attended to Our jacl took I find I can not gIvo them tho a tuition they should have and attend to try office I will therefore sell privately tho following stock nine Jacks running from 7 months to 7 years old All well bred really for service good colors well broke Also 10 jennets running from 1 colfto aged jennet well bred 5 bred to Napoleon No 823 Can on or ad dross me at Richmond Ky l5tf Roy C WHITE Opera House Friday April 8thThe Village cut ups with the Lyman TwinsIin their big show Tn Priz Imm t Every act a Feature Every song anew one The Mus1caiComedy A Handsome Chorus With stunning gowns A Nighif Mirth and Music P w fiQto 100 Seats on tifry Whi e Si Wines drug tern t fntucomenSucceedi I 11IWJWJW r Arthur Brisbanb the highest sal whofjournalsIsmworld Not even love did he hold as joun1allrot matsnanthous proventrueca who are succeeding in newspaper work today Especially in tho experiences of Mrs Daisy Fitzhugh AyerS a Ken Paperwuses mere hive than words as a cone papersInseventucky Mrs Ayers has been on the staff of tho CourierJournal bureau in Washington nlnoyears and Is connect publlcatonsnestU a novel of Washington life newspaperbeen writing ever since she was a sChoolgirL She is the widow of aI CaptandBlue Grass capital from Virginia Pennyrlle1InBreckcnridgo Eva McGlothlan and tins JIaymo DeHaven bright young women who are mak corre4spondlngnndTbe Fourth District Leader Miss SlcGIothlan is correspondent for tho- Newsfrom Irvington and Miss Della en is representative for The Leader CtaverporL They are paid well for McGIothIantore she look up tlie work for The and 1lhe way she learned to items may be helpful to the1 girl wants to learn reporting She reports about fires deaths and occurrences from different pa and by these she learned to write IrvingtonConnected remarkable young girl Miss Esther who has been in Sfr Bab office nearly six years and sh fifteenyearsoff duty she can write the new with perfect ease although her duties are confined to the department KentuckyAt n have attained journalistic accom havebeenB Bryan Miss Katherine Hull l Y Mrs Mary Bradley Ralley Desha Breckenridge and JIIss Loyd Miss Bryan Is society editor for Th withihat otflceclub woman of Kentucky to the Lexington Chapter of oCcLouisville Miss BIllingsley Is society editor of Lexington Herald She is the of the wellknown lawyer E Dill IngllleJO who married Nanno Davidson daughter of of the most successful bankers In outh Mrs Ralley has been with Mrs J Hughes in magazine agency writes syndicated articles She written many charming articles her travels abroad have added a interest to her writings Mrs Desha Breckenridge whose Is editor of The Lexington is a mrsi diligent newspaper although in tho last year she devoted most of her timo to feder work of forming school improve leagues She is chairman of the slatlve Committee of Kentucky Clubs and has dbne some work with Tile Heralds printers ink MI Breckenridge is a granddaughter Henry clay and inherits Iris oratorical powers Before her marriage she was Miss Madeline McDowellHave Newspaper Relations Miss Katherine Euphalia Murrell Is a talented young woman and represents The Louisville Times at Colum ba Mist Murrelf is tho niece of J E Murrcll who is in partnership with C S Harris in publishing and editing the Adair County News Her lather the late C H Murrell was trnvelln representative for that paper ten years Ambitious young newspaper girls in New Haven aro Miss Camillla Rappie- and Miss Felicia Hagan correspond ents for the Louisville dallies Mis Hagan Is the nience of Jqhn A Barry editor of The New Haven Echo Miss Stell Mcore of Earlington writes for The Earllng Bee n splendid paper published by her brother Paul Moore one of the best known mem brr If the Kentucky Press Associa ton Lin4 tizwr2l1ZRs For fifteen years Mrs Harry McCar ty of Nicholasvllle who Is associated with her husband publisher of thewJe bookkeeperfor pcrsonJaledltOrlaljdepartment HodgensllIeChester are making good on two of the leading papers in the state Be sides writing well they can a linotype machine Miss Perry works when she chcoses and is boss of the SunSentlnel She has attended meetings of tho National manyI perryIHertional press meetings of last year Miss Hubbard is In the office of The LaRue County Herald and Is one of the loveliest girls known to the Ken tucky editors She is beautiful as well as talented Miss Lena Rollins who has the dig tinction of being the only mountain girl in the Kentucky Press Associa tion and a delightful one Is secretary of The Sun Publishing Company Miss Rollins is wise on the circulation end systemhas increased Its circulation with a wrIUngperjsonal subscriptions to The Suit The scheme is excellent is getting new subscribers Successful Journalists In Western Kentucky Mrs Virginia sueoon editorial staff of Tho Owensboro Messenger hassmusic crit ic for The Enquirer To hear Mrs Duncan talk of journalism is Indeed in spiring for she Is desperately In love with her work She says tiJIe new woman isn part of one of the most powerful forces of tho world The Fourth Estate Ono of the best correspondents in Mercer county is Mrs J H Wester field Sho is local cditos at Perryvlllo published sadhIn Leitchficld lives one of the most distinguished writers of the middle west llfg Hattie Beall Grinnell who all her life has written for country weeklies and various publications She has dropped most of her newspaper correspondence but still writes In structive and wholesome articles for The Meade County Messenger and The Keltchfied Gazetto her homo pa persMrs Mamie Plummer Braughton society editor of The Franklin Favorite has won laurels In journalism by her tact and winsome manner Sbe gath ers her material bf attending enter tainments receptions and club meet ings and she is extremely popular in thd club circles of Franklin Mrs Braugbton has learned that a reporter can not get much news matter by ask- Ing persons the question Have you any news News Is something one has to pick up quietly so quietly that one must tiptoe many times to get an ItemWhat will be a surprise to a number Of southern newspaper people Js that newspaperIrind After leaving Kentucky she was city editor on a leading daily in Salt Lake City and little did one dream that this gifted journalist would take time to entertain Cupid On Louisville Papers A most Interesting woman connected with the Kentucky dailies Is Miss Ada Cain who Is prlvato secretary to Robert W Brown managing editor of the Louisville Times In speaking of her work the other day Miss Cain said Really the busiest of bees asgAmong tho society reporters in Lou isville are Miss Betty Taylor of the Jenre and theLouisvillesKeel er is attracting much favorable com ment from the Kentucky newspaper fraternity by her illustrated heads for the society page of the Sunday Cour ierJournal Mrs Kccler is a young newspaper artist of Louisville La suea Gc IWto The CourierJournals special co spondent at Frankfort is Mrs El Hutchison Ellwanger who hag nol only made a name for herself in jour nalism but is now being recognized l as magazine writer of some note Nine years she has been connect bulJpaper to devote her time to writing articles for York publications Jt Is said that Mrs Ellwanger is truly responsible for i handsome Louisville and NashvlI- depot at Frankfort for through editorials in the Frankfort Jou sho aroused a public sentiment a demand for this building EC Wai tonwho recently retired from the ed itorlal department of that paper lowed Mrs Ellwanger full scope writing up the mayor and the citj dads of Kentuckys capital and bj this she did much for civic betterment of Frankfort Once Mrs winger got drunk That Is she came intoxicated with success wher herflrst article of any length was pub lished She said she was complete overcome with joy and surprise wh she saw her article on the first pa of tho illustrated section of a leading newspaper That was in 1901 About that time she originated the first so ciety page In Frankfort newspaper dom Mrs Ellwanger has written three magazine stories far children and has had many skits In Lippin cotts Her Sunday letter tp the Cour iorJournal is one of the most enjoy able features of that paper and it has been complimented by writers all over tho United States This month she and W E Bridwell an exnewspapei r man published a bookan edition de luxe of the General Assembly an d the state capitol Her admlrin readers will be glad to learn that Mayor June her article Evolutior of Punishment as Applied to State Prisons will appear in Hamptons magazine Mrs Ellwangers succes- Is greatly due to persistence In eae cising the Golden Rule in her dailj social and business affairs Copies of The Lady of the Quill have just come from a Louisville lisping company and all southern an eastern friends of Mrs Jennie C Morton will welcome this little book ol sketches of her life This biography of Mrs Morton is written in a lovio and picturesque manner by Mrs Ell wanger who Is receiving many flat tering notices by the press and the public on her lifestory of this famous woman May Have Their Day A Newspaper Womans Day has been suggested for the program of the midsummer meeting of the Kentucky Press Association in June which in all probability will be held at the Mammoth Cave Dan Bowmar editor ofItho fortyfirst annual gathering of the Kentucky ed itors The Kentucky newspaper women as a whole are the happiest and most cultured sorority In any state in the Union May their Ink bottles bo full and running over with glory and honor forever THE FORK IN TURKEY Sallh Pasha the boss of the Turkish War Department has Just placed manufaciuse of the Ottoman army At pros rarelyhonoredLike the sturdy burgher of Switzer anatheemploys the knife for all gustatory purposes His favorite blade cornea from Damascus and is dull along one edge and ground to razor or keenness along the other With that one knife he slays his horned cattle shaves himsolf opens his mail and derricks his food Wo have no doubt whateVer that when those German forks aro issued to tho Turkish soldiers and they are ordered to use them there will be mutinies in all the barracks followed by the usual massacres of Armenians Our sympathy goes out not alone to the Armenians but also to the sot diers The eating fork is a dangerous and useless Instrument Foppishness true enough has invested it with a certain glamour but what have elm pIe Mostems or any other honest folk to do with foppishness WE always envy and respect indeed that man who Is strong enough to eat boldly with the Knife in tho face of social ostracism and fastitUoun sneers WlolO Used the World over z No otherarticle of human food has ever received such em phaUc commendation for purity usefulness and whole someness from the most eminent authorities jRoyaltoexldbited or tested fa competition rbu Gordon sCorrect illineryv A Term that stands for Ex- cellenceI of Style Quality and for Low Prices yraVBR SACRIFICE QUALITY The standard must be of the rosebudlaa totheMillineryall leNeedless to say we are prepared to show oftrialallridnovelty trimmings ontox Mourning Millinery HasboO showing of School and Dress Hats for children is most complete and assure you Childrenssewarc GoodsnOur assortment complete in all colors We were coronetrton The best feature of this De partment 111e Guarantee Satisfaction Agents Colorinedour price 85c per bottle ItemsBreak up That Cold in a Day You can stop a cough or a cold as if by magic by just breathing soothing healing Hyomoi over the sore raw and inflamed membrane This is from a man who knows Mrs Magor and myself have used your inhaler faithfully whenever needed and it has always given instant relief and saved us from many severe colds The above is voluntarialy given and if in your estimation its use as a testimonial would help to got others to use it will gladly have you do so as wo consider it a wonderful discovery and roe ommend it whenever opportunity pro sents itself F W Magor Contracting Freight Agent C II n Ry Co Cin cinnati Ohio Oct 22 WOO Dont fool with stomach nostrums try magical Ilyomoi at once it relieves a stuffed up head in two minutes A complete Ilyomoi outfit including inhaler and one bottlo of Hyomoi casts only 100 at druggists everywhere and at B L MiddoJtons It is guaranteed to curd catarrh croup coughs colds sore throat aqd bronchitis or money back Extra bottles of Uyomei if afterward needed cost but 50 ce- ntsMIQNA It relieves stomach misery sour stom rich belching and cures all stomach dis tabletsHardin County Editors Ilardin county has contributed sew eral very bright and successful newspapermen to the editorial profession writes II AJSommors in the Elizabeth towaNcws Wallace Stovall the editor of the Tampa Tribune the leading daily paper of Florida was born in Elizabethtown R W Brown the man aging editor of Th TIjouisvillo Times and the greatest allroundnewspaper man in Kentucky was born and raised in old Ilardin A n Miller editor and owner of the Richmond Climax and Vice President of the Kentucky Press As sociation was born mid ruKcl in lllza beth town where thj present Methodist church slants Mr Tim Xeedham ox President of thePresj Association who has recently purchased the Winchester Democrat was born and raised in tins county and lived in Ellzabethtown for a number of years Harry McCarty editor of tho Jessamine Journal and also an csPrtsidcnt of the Press Association began lain newspaper career on tho KlUabcjhtown News when his father It is rather a remark able tact that including the presented tcir of Iho News all of these men tioned above have been Presidents of the Press Association except Mr A Ii MIl Icrwho is Vice President lviIlnccording to the rule be elected President this summer Elizabcthtqwn News The refer ri oto Mr Minor is erron eous as to his being born there His borrind light of day in tho good old county Of EstilL Tk4tlcltCStealtl Laundry at ywrMyie caN oadI i-Llr EXCURSION 150rCBMCINNATI AND RETU- RNSUNDAY it QUEENCREStfNI 0 ROUTE r w April 10th SPECIAL TRAINL- v NidioIasYille 654 A M ASK TICKET AGENT ALL KINDS OF GOOD COAL Black coal Lump coal Round coal Nut coal A Coal for every pur pose Thats the kind we handle And the kind you get when you buy your COAL from us Satisfaction Guaranteed How about that feed Such as corn hay straw oats and etc r 1 S H1 Thorpe CQ t i c SP N U IDUE Phoae JU xiIlfIJJE ri i t r i t C t t I i t tC IF J 1I IJJjj i t il I- u El 1W r IT 1 I a = 1r I f tJ J 4 3 ILi J4 II 9tdJ Company Coming to Stay Over Easter Then you surely want a new brass or acoupleanysortnyroomcism Furnish your guest chamber from here and your y will go home with a glowingtaleof what a fine home you have BIIIETTindfllGGIIS UNDERTAKING Coal Coa- lCOALFrom the largest chunks of Fur naco Coal to the very smallest so called Pea Coal wo have thorn all Thoroughly screened full weight and delivered promptly as prom ised Telephone HO The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblyless full Weight or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring ii they are worth get J W Shearer White Hal Ky to con luct vour sale His enarges are reasonable Have you seen the new concrete hen nests They are great For salo by 0 W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf Tobacco canvas from 2 12 cts up at f16tf A Dobrowskys Concrete nests are the most sanitary for the little chicks tf Dont wait untill your house burns to think about insurance See Breck Smith tf Fire Life Accident and Health Insur ance in the very best old lino Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Mrs Newton Thomas Christiansburg Ky says I havo used your Bourbon Poultry Cure and know that it will cure Turkey Cholera It is my only hope of raising the birds next year Sold by II L Perry druggist For Sale A good buggy and harness almost new Apply to tf Miss LUCIA BOBSAM For Sale A nice 8 room house with water and gnsin good repair and well located James Hunley Apr0lt Watch Found Found in this city a smallsized gen tlemans gold watch Owner can have same by identifying ind paying charges tf Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden tFlora I wish to announce to the public that I have on hand a handsome line of monuments and grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 33tf C H Pioo Assignee Its poor policy to wait untill you have- a fire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now We write the best policies tf Breck Smith Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Telephone 484 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky J12tf Dick Cobb Will make the season of 1910 at the Otter CrecStock Farm 3 miles south east of Richmond at 10 to insure a live foal Dick Isa jot black Jack with white points 15 LA hands high coming fouryearold Ho was sired by Richmond Chief and out of a flourbon Chief Jonnctt Money duo when colt ifI foaled or mare ported With May Collins Phone 4232 30Pt Ti FERRIELLTe- xas and Oklahoma Lands Timberand Coal Lands Blue aass Farms City Property Rknmond Kentucky 24M1uM4t J Around Town J The City Council meets in regular fission tomorrow night Friday will be Arbor Day and overy one ought to setout a tree March has departed leaving a remarkable record behind it The music at the first Presbyterian church is becoming a prominent feature- S e to it that your fences and out buildings are white washed or painted Fiscal court convened yesterday and will continue in session for several days 4Tho pretty warm days of the past four weeks have made the lazy bug very active Truant Officer Coleman Noff Friday started on his rounds taKing the school census Clean up right away before the Board of Health is compelled to call your at tention to filth upon your premises The wise man carries both life and fire insurance Breck Smith have the best police tr Mr Elmer Death rage purchased in Lexington Tuesday one of the finest jacks in Fayctto count If you need the services of anyone to assist in house cleaning call on Ed Fife the whiteashboy Edward II Walker one of the most prominent citizens of Garrard county died of blood poisoning near Lancaster Friday The first excursion of the season via the Queen Crescent Route to Cincin nati 0will be operated Sunday April 10 1910 Nothing so adds to the appearance of ones premises as the liberal use of paints and white wash Now is the right time to freshen up Let the Climax publish your views regarding the organization ofa Commer cial Club See notice in editorial cal umn on this subject Editor Perry of the Winchester Sun Sentinel discusses the sin of profanity and supposes a case which if applied to theright kind of a man might result seriously Judging from the expressions of the farmers Madisons contribution to the success of the 1910 Burley pool will be greatly enhanced in acreage over prev- ioUs years Harrison Crawford has sold his farm near Kingston to Mark Flannery for 11000 Mr Crawford bas purchased a house and lot in this city and will come here to reside Speaking of the charming music of our early song birds we are reminded that the umpire will soon begin to warble out at the park Frankfort State Journal The Winchester Democrat says Sam Jett this week sent a lot of Angora goats to his goat ranch in Breathitt county They were purchased in Madison last week at 5 each e City Assessor Thomas Wilcox has entered upon his duties and is out with a batch of yellow papers recording the wealth of the ciiy which usually dim in ishes considerably at this season QueryHow can an ordinary mortal tend a garden in a fenceless poultry raising neighborhood and at the same time hang on to his religion Will pay person giving bost answer to above problem in vegetables this fallEstIlI Herald The Winchester Democrat says Marriage may not be a failure but some of our Clark county people have evidently come to tho conclusion that it Is as there are fifteen divorce suits now MndincJn the Circuit Court le1 Estate Agents James Hunloy sold last week to Wm Deatherage the WA Duerson farm on Barns Mill pike containing 120 acres for 810000 They also sold a lot in Burnamwood to Sheriff Daivd McCord who will erect a hand some residence this spring It is said that the male wasp does not I sting butjis the male and female wasps wear the same kind of polonaisb and look as much alike as twins tho only way to distinguish their sex is to catch one If it stings it is a female if not it is a gentleman wasp Fewer loafers abound in Richmond perhaps than any other town in the State the approachof springlike weather is likely todevelop a fewduring the next few seeks Ira man whIte or black will not work for himself means should be devised whereby he may serve the city or county on the rock pits ibo Climax often hears remarks concerning the lRmade by strangers proved condition and beautiful appear anceor our court house yard A few more Weeks of warm weather will de with the splen velo the blue grassland walks tiki fl kY4 Mt t Vt Ift4fl H or t THE FOR g = = = w s = = = = = = = II = II = = = = II = = IK = = E = = = = = = = = = 3 = = The Baptist ladies realized a nice sum from their court dinner Mr Garrard Woods aged 05 year a prominent farmer living near Lancaster was attacked a vicious steer Sunday morning and gored to death before help could reaclidliimt SoldEarly A Nicholas county man has sold his crop of tobacco to be raised in IfllO at 12 12 cents per pound It was bought by an independent grower Births Born to Mr and Mrs J PearJman Saturday morning a soir Mr and Mrs C T Chrisman of Waco are being congratulated over the birth Sunday of a handsome sop BiirPassed By Legislature- In this issue of The Climax we publish a complete list ofbills enacted by recent Legislature together with measures vetoed by tho governor Wb would suggestthat our readers clip this item from the paper and preserve for future reference With Oldham Mr R N Swisher of Remus Michi gan has accepted a position as undertaker for Oldham and Lackey Mr Swisher comes with the very highest recommendations and will no doubt prove a valuable addition to this already popular firm Large Sale of Eggs Gott Brothers sold to Eastern firms last week 1055725 worth of eggs This was the heaviest weeks business ever known to this well known firm and jn cluded the business of their two branch houses ono at Berea and one at Lancaster Stallion Show As has been customary for many years April Court day is sot apart as the annual stallion show No county in the State can boast of more hand some than MadIsqn which fact was attested by tholarge number shown on the public square Monday afternoon Meeting Editor B B Cozine of Shelby villc Secretary of the Eighth District Publishers League has issued notice of meeting of the League to be hold at Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ioriday April 18 This is a very important meeting and all members should make arrangements to attend Can Be Fined Personstraveling on the railroads in Kentucky desiring to take a nip out of a bottle had bettor be careful The governor has signed tho bill making it a fine of from 10 to 20 for each offense and confers upon conductors power to mako arrests and turn the offender over Io the authorities at the first stop Found Dead in Bed Thomas Harper one of Madisons prominent farmers was stricken by para lysis last week and found dead In bed His home was at Union and ho was sixty four years of age Itjs presumed that lie suffered from paralysis as he Will not complaining when he retired the night before He is a brother of Wm IJarpor of ItIchmond A Big EnterpriseI The Waco Brick Tile Co has iust been reorganized and the large plant at Waco isbeing overhauled new macb n ery installed and everything in perfect condition The plant vlll turnout the very best of brick and drain tilo Mr W B Kincald of Ewing Va will bo the manager and Wo predict sue MM lot tho JnitUutlwii dpexallgtiKrWHi Dliii M + The New Spring Suits t tre HeadyEARLY BUYERS WILL GET THE BEST V Every clothing merchant knows that the most desirable suits sell first Early buyers V ickouttle best Quality the best Styles and the most attractive Colors Our stock is r over flowing with the newest and lest in spring suits most of them bear the Kenton trade I f mark jhe safe and sure guide to clothes satisfaction Ifa Kenton suit should failtoV render full service for the price you pay we make it good without question V f4 Drop in and let us show you the Kenton Fit and Style wear a Ke1tnSuit arid ff learn how JtIkeeps its shape and good looks Kenton priees run 12S ij ltOO I 500 1800 t 2000b I itr 2250 2500zi U nan and WalkOver Shoes Roelofs Hats Lion Shirts Barkers Collars the best everything the market affords for man boy COVINCTON and BANKSSTORE QUALITY Lackey thoroughbreds League WIn t =High Prices For Stock John Hcndrcn administrator of the estate of Bud Davis sold Saturday at public auction at Poosey this coun ty stock and other property belonging to above estate Plug horses brought from 00 to 150 small mules one to three years old 90 to 130 cattle by the head brought about six cents corn 200 per barrel Household and kitchen furniture brought satisfactory prices If you buy Mushrooms and they KILL YOUthoy are Toadstools Tim just as good kind of print ing may not kill but it is 16 to 1 itVill make you MA p The CLIMAX PRINTING causes that PLEASED expression In Business Again It is gratifying to his host of friend to know Mr P M Popo is now with the hardware firm of Douglas Simmons and Dcathcragc Mr Pope is a born hardware man for many years conducting a business of his own here He has en joyed many years of successful com mercial touring and we congratulate the above firm upon securing so oxpe rionqed as alesman Serious Injury to Richmond Matron While shopping in one of our stores Saturday evening Mrs Willies Baxter was seriously injured by falling over a suit cise which had been thoughtlessly left in the passage way Mrs Baxters hip was badly fractured and was other wise bruised She is the wife of Mr Wilkes Baxter the managdr of the Opera house and many friends hope for her speedy recovery Local Option Violaters Fined John Centers pharged with illegal sale orwhiskey pleaded guilty op three charges in police court yesterday morn ing and was assessed 6 and cost in each case John Young a partner of Centers in the grocery business in the East End was also charged with the snme offense and his trial was postponed until this morning on account of the absence of Deputy U S Marshall Mays who is a wit nes in the case Engineer Thomas Best and family who have resided here for quite awhile have rented property In Paris and will move to that city to live Wills Probated Tho wills of Henry C Uargis this city andG A Smith of Edenton were pro bated in the County Court Monday Mr Hargis after requting that all just debt be paid leaves to his wifes sisters Mrs Addio Royce and Mrs Nannjo V Benton 1500 each to his nephew WalkerP Hampton of Winchester 500 Old Mens Masonic Home Shelbyvillc 50 A numberof smaller bequests are made the remainder of his estate going to his wife Mr RJt Surnames named asadministrator G A Smith of Edenton leaves an estate of about 10000 and bequeaths the principalpart bf satne to brother Billy Smith News From Former Richmond Boy Mr CE Woodsls in receipt of a recent letter from Mr Ben Stone Conner Richmond boy news of whom will be heard with pleasure by his many old friends liere Mr Store is located at Dubuque Iowa whcrq he is soliciting CentralIcf all Avho know him when we offer hearty congratulations Mr Stone in referring to his faisUy stated his mother makes hr home witb him Claude j brother is with the Western Unlonat ileultOfli THMi White ide sletSl1 tlW BMttM JIWII ItTTHteMYttto tillittili n Regenstein to Succeed Crabbe The Latter Corning to RichmondIThe correspondent to day Enquircrlias the following to say concerning changes necessitated by tho resignation of Prof Crabbe as Superin tendent of Kentucky public schools Ellsworth Regcnsloin Superintcncent of the Newport Public Schools was ap pointed Superintendent of Public In struction today by Governor Willson who accepted the resignationof J G Crabbe in order that Crabbe might bo come President of the Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond J P Cul benson who is Crabbes Chief Clerk will become his private Secretary at Richmond and has resigned his place T W Crabbe father of Superintendent Crabbe will also go to Richmond which will Icavo two vacancies in the office of State Superintendent of Public Instruc tion for Superintendent Regenstein to fill Mrs R N Roark who has been act ing President of the Eastern Normal School since the death of her husband will be promoted to be Dean of the Xormalisistant to Prof Crabbo In accepting the resignation of Superintendent Crabbe Governor Will son says If feel that you have accomplished so much during your term as Superin tendent and have made such a useful and strong start in the chango of our educational system that I have the right to say to you in the name of the people of Kentucky Well and faithfully done You have earne Jour right to lay down those duties and accept another post in which you will be useful to the people of the state The letter shows that Crabbe resigned more than a year ago Officers Elected- At a meeting of the Madison County Fair Directors last Saturday Mr James R McKjnney waselccted President and Mr T S Hagan Treasurer Another meeting will bo hold Saturday at pm in Orjjunns office in the Olilham build ing at which time a secretarywill be ap pointed Interesting Meeting In Progress The protracted meeting in progress at the Methodist church is attracting large crowds and much good is is sure to fol low The pastor Rev G W Crutchliold is being assisted by Rev J P Strother and much attention Is being paid the musical features which aro in charge of Mr Johnson a singer of note and ability Prescription Druggist for H L Perry Mr H L Perry successor of Perry and Thom s and himself one of Rich monds most popular men has secured tho services of Mr D H Cook of Win chestera prescription druggist of ability MrJPerrj8 ever awake to the demands of the public has realized the great importance of having capable and efficient person to handle the prescrip lion department and feels fortunate in securing Mr Cook whom we gladly wet come to our city Important Opinion Under an opinjon of Thomas McGregor Assistant Attorney General which was approved by Judge James Brcthitt At toynoy General tile right of a county board of education to enter into a contract with the board of trustees of r graded common school for the purPose of establishing a11igb school is upheld The question was raised in tiny of the couritios in tho State and Prof L G Crabbe Superintendent of Public In structionswas asked for an opinion lie referred the matter to the Attorney General hn4 Mr McGregor wrote the opinion As 4th I is B point wliich has not boea determined before the opinion of Mr Hedregor ma his flndi gtie- air t4r lt lU t fUttei p City Teachers Sent to Normal At the regular meeting of the Winchester Board of Education Thursday night it was decided that the teachers this summer should attend the Normal schools in order that they may be better prepared for the work next year The board will give the teachers one day inl tho near future and pay their expenses to Covington to inspect tho schools there New Lake Full of Water Superintendent B IL Dougherty ono of tho most popular men in the city with tho girls especially tells us his now reservoir completed last fall just north of old Lake Reba is now full of wwtcr about 75000000 gallons enough to run the city for half a year without regard to the contents of the larger upper reservoir Doughertys ILagoon and Turleys Boulevard are the names to bo given the new reservoir and road way leading around it Court Day Notes Monday being court day an unusually large crowd was in town Auctioneer Prewitt reported a goodsupply of horses on hand selling for from 40 to 170 Mules brought from 43 to 87 The demand for both horses and mules was good as was bussiness in all lines the merchants reporting unusual activity Madison County Stock Yards reports a thousand cattle on market and selling from 4 to cents and the market the best ever known The mule trade was also satisfactory prices ranging from 150 tp 250 The Wise Merchant Adver tises Are our merchants prepared to meet the competition constantly growing more attractive to the unthinking of those alluring spring catalogues from the metropolitan department stores Of course tho bargains at homofiro bettor when you consider that the home mer chant gives you personal attention and tho chance to returd the goods that are not what was represented But the pub lic forgets this trade has been drum med and tile only efficient drummer for tho home merchant it the local newspaper The wise merchant advertises A Beautiful Sight to Behold Travelers by night tell us that the view of Richmond from tho top of the Irvine hill on the piko beyond the water works is something beautiful to behold owing to tile brilliance and length of the electric light sky line Richmond they say shows tip at night from that and other high points like a great white city particularly since tho installation of a great many lights on the Normal School Campus Two gentlemen driving in from Wacolohe rainy night at midnight declared that the illumination from Richmonds lights greatly aided them keeping in the road in the darkness of that stormy night as far as five miles from the city limits Manager Maloney Here Mr Wm Mahoney who will have charge of the Pioneers thisscason hhs Arrived in Richmond and is daily ex pecting tho players who have signed with Richmond team to arrive as the season opens May 5th Mr Maloney won many friends hero last season play ipg centerfield on the homo team lie is not only a stat ball player but a gentleman in every sense of the word and his thorough knowledge of ball lore vill mean much towards building up winning team Ball fans arc entliusi atlc over the rapid approach of the sea sonand everything bids fair to make this a banner ono We Intro previously pub llshed a list of play w who have signed with Richmond and with such a man as bialonoy tojnanage them there fspci rcusoflwhy the 1910 pennant shouldnt M 8iUMJHIaWtt 1J Hair Hair Hai- rII paying highest cash prices for combings and clipped hair Braids puffs curls chignons made to order Hair dressing and dying skillfully done Fall ing hair baldness and scalp diseases a specialty Superfluous hair removed from face and arms I have a complete line of toilet articles always on hand Mrs J C George Phone 439 142 E Main St To Test the Law The recent legislaturo passed a bill to prevent the erection of a large indus trial school for negroes which was planned to take the place of Boron Col lege and four hundred thousand dol lars which was to bo used for the pur pose is now idle in bank A suit will be filed soon to test the constitutionality tho new law Off Season Due Did you ever notice that two or three good seasons for growing tobacco are generally followed by an equal number bf dry seasons when all tho Burley Belt woUld not produce a bumper crop And have you noticed thatidcal seasons for growing tobacco havo prevailed throughout the Burley belt for about three years and that an off scasotrls due Its worth noticing A Menace To Society In his charge to tho Bourbon County Grand Jury Judge Stout declared that vagrants wore a menace to society and instructed the jury to indict every va grant in thcQily and county His charge was inspired by tIle reports that had reached him that farmers in the Blue grass section of the State wero greatly handic pped in not being able to secure help and that ablebodied men in the cities were loafing on the Street comers and loitering about the saloons Mr Harber Promoted- Mr W G lEather city agent Toe tile Indian Refining Co has been promoted by his firm to a traveling position and will make tho Central Kentucky towns beginning April 10 The new position is not only a moreJucrative one but is an evidence of confidence and apprecia tion on tile part thtfcompanylo reward tile services of a faithful and diligent young man Mr Harberwihl be succeed ed as city agent by Mr Embry Dcathor age wiiois capabjp of taking care of the companys interest in this city A Suggestion as to Better Streets The present custom of spreading crushed rock on our str elsJs expensive and a real waste of money though the only thing possible under the circum stances The material rapidly grinds into powder and dust and either blows away or is hauled oft within six months amI more put down to take its place The Legislature two years ago passed an act which enables all cities to construct streets of brick asphalt block or other modern Iud more durable su1 stances and fo pay for samp onllenyear plan For instance any part of a city block can now be constructed of these materials and tho cost apportioned oyer a period of ten years enabling the property owners to secure tho improved street at once The cost would bo something like 3125 per square yard for brick streets the property owners on either side being assessed equally or according to the frontage The city might agree to pay onethird and each property owner onethird and thus the cost would bo still furtherreduced This is the invariable custom hi cities using the now materials and Ij does away with repairs now rock oiling and other disagreeable features The cost is in the end titan our present antiquated methods and the satisfac tion infinitely grpatciv not to i entlon the appearance jjjven tq ft city with clean brick streets ladies can cross at apy pmcCIMiiJif1 with tressings Waller Bennett President N B Iithcnige Vice President CONDENSED STATEMENT OF a6lMARCH 29 1910 RESOURCES roansae = v 352511 00 United States nondnu j u 100000 00 Other Stock 15056 23 Overdrafts u u 8320 10 475891 02 Banking Houao 7000 00 Duo from Hnnksuuu 80703 59 Duo from U S rreasuu 5000 00 Cashuuuu 1 25251 11 117028 00 Total 599919 02 LIABILITIES Capital Stock10000000 Surplus J 5300000 Profits 1031 10 Fund to Pay Taxesnu G333 57 C09i4 07 Circulation 90750 00 Deposits nn1J2j 35 Total59991902Business solicitedand every courtesy granted Call and see us ROBT R BURNAM CASHIER Married GuLiEYRosiAxs Mr J G Gulley and Miss Irene Romans both of Lancas ter eloped to Lexington where they wore married Wednesday Tile happy cou plo cjimo on to Richmond and spout several days with Mr and Mrs Joe Boggs who reside near town The bride is well known hero having attended Madison Institute and has visited her cousin Mrs Z T llico Both she and her husband are popular in their home town and have the hearty wishes of their friends for future happiness Prof Crabbe President Prof J G Crabbe of Ashland tile newly 1ectcd president of tho Eastern State Normal School in this city will assume his duties in a few days Prof Crabbers one of the bestknown educators in the South Ho is a splendid man for the place and his selection was a wise move Ho has held the position Superintendent of Public Instruction its Kentucky and resigned this office to accept the ormal School presidency The Climax congratulates the school upon securing the services of ono so wellcguippcd He is u splendid gentle man and a citizen whom we welcome with great pleasure lIe will assume his new duties about the first of the month DEATHS LESTERMrs Emily It Lester diet Monday at her home in Boron aged 75 years Deceased had long been an invalid and her death was not unexpect ed She was the mother of sewn clil dren four of whom survive her BunxsiDE Mr Tames Burnsides of this city has tho deep sympathy of his friends in the death of his enerablo mother which occurred last weekat the home of her daughter Mrs Nannie Campbell in Nioholasville Mrs Burnsides was 92 years old and was a native of Garrard county and passed 90 years of her life in tho snmo house in which she wfis born She was a woman of lovely traits of character and her long life was filled with good and noble deeds Special Services Rov Wm Camming D D of WIn- chester will preach in tho First Presby terian church this city on Thursday and Friday of this week at 330 p m and 730 p m Those services are preparatory to tile administration of the sacrament of the Lords Supper on next Sab bath morning The public is coYilially invited to attend these services WHEN YOUR ARE ANXIOUS about a sick relative or friend and want no uncertain ty about the filling of your physicians prescriptions you need only send it here to be free from care and worry We guarantee our w- orkFERRYS DRUG STORE Drugs Paints Stationery Tele 75 I f i kr1 j Y ft Jt 1 j 1 i i t l r v f1 f Iid p j jaj ji c i 1L i i qbaccoCanvas 2 12 3 and 3 l2rc Thompsons Glovefitting Corsets BUY EARLYJust look at McKees while down street if you want to see something new and pretty for spring They are getting utah of their 1 New Qinghanm r i Cheviots and White Materials Be sure and see their Lmbroideries for they are the handsomest we have ever bought at the price Owen IVlcKeeI 5ee Our Bargain Counter Butt rick Patterns The Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR PRESS and FBICE 100 PER YEAB- IN ADV AKCE WEDNESDAY APR 6 uno THE Climax has repeatedly urged upon our citizens the necessity of organ izinga Commercial Club an organization imperative to the progress of every city arge or small Richmond is in the palmiest days of her history and a little hustling on the part of our business men at this time will yield rich returns Enterprises employing hundreds of men can be secured by the concerted action of evona fewof our wideawake business men to say nothing of the business of Eastern Kentucky that now passes i though and around Richmond simply 2 because an invitation has not been d extended to this splendid people to come arid examine and purchase our wares We kh6wour business men are interested in the advancement of Richmond and Madison county and The Climax feels certain steps will be taken to reorganize the Commercial Club but would like to see immediate action in this direction The Climax will be pleased to publish expressions from our citizens on the question stating in as brief and concise form as possible their views on the subject THE newspaper boys over the state regret exceedingly the continued illness of Tom Underwood of the Hop kinsvillo Now Era Mr Underwood is one of the most versatile and fearless writers in Kentucky and his paper did more to suppress the night riders in that section tharuthc presence of Gover nor Wilsons troops He is president of the Kentucky Press Association and one of the most popular newspaper men in the State Wno would imagine the mouse has a journal devoted entirely to its tiny self This periodical is known as the National Mouse Journal and is supported mainly by tho National Mouse club Particulars of the various shows at which valuable prizes afdg1vcn and remarkable prices obtainedWr uncommon varieties of tho- m u Ynbe are to be found in the jour nalnfegcther with a mass of other information INSURANCE Commissioner C W Bell who edits the Kentucky Republican a paper published at Uarrodsburg in an editorial charges the Legislature with graft on the extra help proposition Ho says there were persons who received vouchers for their services when they woroYiotpresent during the session and points out that somo of the help employ ed under the resolution did not earn the ir per diem THE balance in the treasury April 1 is 831001870 The State owes the school teachers 41800000 and when the balance in the treasury grows to the amount owed the teachers it will be paid out The deficit at the end of the fiscal year June 30 will amount to 000000 is the estimate of Auditor James The teachers have not received their money for several months t THE President has sent to the Senate the appointment of Mr M II Thatcher as member of the Isthmian Canal Com mission This makes another feather in tho cap of Senator Bradley Mr Thatcher is entirely worthy of the high honor LoUIS PILC ER who has been connect ed with the Jessamine Journal for some time has accepted a position on the Xicholasville Tribune Mr Pilcher is one of thecleerest writers in Central Kentucky and will be a valuable acquis ition to The Tribune staff ASa part of the program to commit political parties in Minnesota to county option William J Bryan 11as been invited by the AntiSaloon League of that state to be llnrprjncipal speakerdt n big rally to be held in St Paul in 3lay WHATS the matter with the Chanticleer headpiece in Richmond Not a 9FOiM liaa Vcnturod on the tre4t aof wit = ghurih wearing ihU iitftwirt bt t1Ui t7afL4 i WE would suggest that a comparatively inexpensive way to secure chops in these days of high cost is to purchaser hatchet or axe and all the chops desired can be found in the vicinity of the woodpile Now that spring cleaning timo is on we would like for some one to start a rest cottage and summer vacation organ ization where we poor fellows might obtain a midday lunch IK the grafters indicted by the PitU burg grand jury should each receive a penitentiary sentence an annex wouldIhave to be erected to old adage What goes up is bound to come down seems true of the thermometer Beautiful Edition The entwined buds of a native Ken tucky tree reproduced in their charm ing native tintsof the delicate yellow with the vivid green of the leaves em phasizing the beauty of coloring are used to form the cover design of the special bulletin of the second Kentucky Arbor apd Bird Day Annual just issued by J G Crabbo Supp rintendent of Public Instruction The pleasant impression created by a first glimpse of the annual with its artistic cover is increased a hundredfold by the varied and delight ful contents of the book which has been compiled by Jennie Grail Crabb Profit In Porkers After reaching the 11 mark tho hog market tops for a while looks up and down and seriously thinks of making it 12 before the rise is at an end says the Farmers Home Journal There is no crop can recuperate so quickly as the hog crop A little extra attention to the farrowing sow this month and next and a fairly good corn year and a million or so more fat pigs can easily be sent to next winters market High prices and good prospects stimulate the farmer to nurse the pigs and there is nevera failure in the corn crop all over the country at one time So much for the probability of an increase in production How about the demand In a country like ours young and yet in its prime the do comam is bound to grow Dont forget to save your Normal City Laundr coupons for the Pattie A Clay Infirmary and thus help that Institution win the piano A defective flue was responsible for a small bazoin J Pcarlmans kitchen on First streetThursday morning Dam age about 150 Bootleggers Will be Prose cuted by Federal Authori lies The recent aclioni of the Federal au thorities will go far toward suppressing the illegal sale of whiskey in prohibition territory The subjoined article from Cincinnnti Enquirer of Stiiday rill be a deathknell to bootlegging in dry coun ties Revenue Collector Bettmann yesterday received from headquarters instructions relative to prosecutions for viola tions of internal revenue laws which will be of general interest With refer ence to that section which gives revenue collectors discrimination in recommend ing criminal prosecutions where the offense is slight and unintentional and where there was nowilful intention to fail to make returns or to evade the payment of the special law Internal Rove flue Commissioner Royal Cabell says that as the peddling of liquors or sO called bootlegging is not coulenancod and no provision is made for the issuance of any stamp which would legalize such practice they are not be regarded as coming within tim meaning of the class unintentional violators and should be arrested even though the tax is paid by them within the calendar month in which the liability was incurred Furthermore Commjssioner Cabell writes that persons engaged in the bus ness of liquor dealers in localities where such business is prohibited by local law are to be regarded as wiJful vio laters of the internal revenue laws oven though engaged at a fixed place of bus ness unless the special tax is paid and the stamp displayed before the business is begun Ho says that in nfl such cases special effort should bemade to get dee finite evidence of sales and thesq should be reported to the United States District Attorney This n6 doubt will be considered quito a sweeping vkiery bY JProkibitionists asMl Is aa ev MiVial0 twa n the part of the TtWwtl ftttfcjttkits hut to Cftutt ltIkfil Kentuckys Gold More gold has been found in tho Slate this time reported from Bell county and said to be in paying quantities assaying seven dollars per ton This is a much better ield than that of somepf the western mines that are being operated Speaking of gold mines however there is nothing better than a blue grass farm when properly manipulated nor one that pays better dividends at present prices of agricultural products Pity She Waked Him It is said that one of our leading citizens went to sleep Sunday in church just before the hat was passed lies snored for awhile in a ladylike manner but suddenly let out a few links that sounded like a trombone solo At that point in the program his vife jobbed him one in the slats with her elbow which awakened him sufficiently to remark Get up and build the fire yourself W IL Brorein Spencervilloj 0 says I have used your Bourbon Poultry Cure with my chickens and turkeys and think it is the best remedy for cholera that I have ever used Sd by H L Perry An Invitation J B Walker Ladies RcadyToWcar Store RichmondKentucky invites you to meet Miss Emma JJ Wells an export corsotier representing The II W Gos sard Co who will be at his store three days April 14 15 and 10 A V Proinall JJMrs GW Evans was in Lexington last week Miss Kato Douglas was in Lexington yesterday Mrs R N Roark has returned from LexingtonS Mr Herbert Scrivener Winchester was here last week Miss Julia Green visited in Lexington several days last week 1rpmherMr II M Horndonof Shelby City was in the city Monday Mrs JM Barlow went to Paris Sun day evening for a short visit Miss Grace Hargis of Irvine has been a recent visitor in Richmond Miss Lucy Adams has returned Jroma visit to Clark county relatives Miss Bessie Tribble has been in Lox ington tho guest of Miss Stoll Mr W S Fish of Stanford was a court day visitor here Monday Mrs Robert Salleowas hostess of tho Thimble Club Friday afternoon Miss Sara Goodloe Benton of Winchester has been with relatives hero Mrs Tom Baldwin and Miss Olivia Baldwin spent Tuesday in Lexington Miss Fletcher of Lexington was a g est last week of Miss Mollie Fife Mrs R J McKee has been spending a weekwith her mother in Lexington Mrs Jake Adams Misses Kate and Tillie Douglas spent Tues ayil Lexiugr ton Mrs Staples and baby of Lexington spent last week with Mrs G Sim mons Mrs Sallie Ward of Irbnton Ohio is hero for a Visit to her slsler Mrs Kate Wiggins Mr and Mrs Julian Tan Winkle of Louisville aro guests of Mrs J W Smith Mr and Mrs Frank Robinson have been in Janvillo the gesto j3trs II A Hudson UllgIfamily of Irvine were shoppers hero last Friday and Saturday f tMrsiinglon spent the week end with her sister Mrs J A Stevens Mr Burrell Million pfJellico Tenn 1s hero lor a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Tom Million AIlQieIcKeeThurs dy flernooii- Mr IT to Perry and fr ily hvMHrwL liM Ihi ntfttoWi iflnlIliiIwtwMWlM Little Edgar Turl yJliKIM enter tained a number of little friends Satur day in honor of his birthday Mrs GW Pickels entertained Rev and Mrs Hugh McLellan and a few friends at dinner Tuesday evening Miss Mildred Epperson las concluded n visit to relative here and has re turned to her home in Clark county Mr P F Adams Jr wild has been at work in Ohio for tho past two months is spending tho week with his family here Mrs Frank Kiser and Miss Ohio Ash brook of Paris have been hero for a short visit to their mother Mrs J M BarlowSMr 11 L Gentry spent several lays last week with his sisters Mrs Sim Hamilton and Mrs William BoaJn in Eslill county Miss Ruth Crowe spent Saturday and Sunday in Danville having been called there by the death of her cousin Mr Martin Welch Mrs G W Duley returned Thursday to hierliome in Hoopstown Ill after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Wilson Tate on Broadway Mr arid Mrs Theodore ViJson left last Thursday for Mt Jackson Sanita rium Indianapolis Whore Mrs Wilson wilfbc treated for rheumatism Mr Preston Smith formerly of this city but lately of SomerSet has gone to Lethbridge Alberta Province Canada where he is interested in farming Mrs M C Kellogg and daughters Mario Louise and Alice Clark are at home from Florida and are gladly wel comed by their hosts of friends MrsHugh McLellan and children left last xfcek for Louisville to spend several days before going to San AntonioTexas She will be joined this week by Mr McLollan Mrs It Shade of London underwent a serious operation here Saturday She is doing nicely and her rapid recovery is expected Mrs Shade is a sister of Mrs J A Stevens of this city Mrs Wilson of Louisville has been here on a visit to her brother Mr Jake Shearernear town Mrs Wilson was formerly Miss Hallie Shearer and was one of Madisons most beautiful girls Mrs Everett Clark and children have returned to Paris Mrs Clark was called here by the serious illness of her father Mr Cal Maupin Mrs Dan Rid dell of Corbin has also been with her father Mr and Mrs John Allender of White Hall entertained charmingly last Thursday night in honor of Misses Lizzie and Mary Hall A large number of guests were present and a royal time reported Jessamine Journal Mrs Ray Deer ing and son Loith are visiting Mrs Mary Deering in RlchmondMrsJ- ohn Mastejsatid daughter Russi returned Monday from a visit to relatives in Richmond Mr E M Vdatch of Frankfort has bcenspending a few days with Mr A J Suit Mr Veatch was formerly local manager of the Richmond Telephone Company and has many friends here who gave him a hearty welcome Mrs R C Stockton Miss Jane D Stockton Miss Mary Thomas of Mississippi who is tho attractive house guest of the Stocktons and Miss Eleanor Che nault formed a pleasant party to Losing ton last Tuesday to see the Three Twins Mrs J W Capcrton and daughter Miss Jamie who have spent the winter irhCiucinnatl came home last week for a littlo Easter vacation before sailing fOr a summer trip abroad They will be accompanied byMrs Caperlons mother Mrs Thomas Phelps Mrs Long Tom Ghenault and little daughter Anna Ware who went tg Lox ington for a little Easter visit were detained on account of the measles which attacked the latter soon after their ar rival She has gotten along nicely and wjll soon be able to return home Mrs J W Zaring and daughter Mrs J D Allen of Carlisle fere at Martins ville Indiana Before going to tho springs they enjoyed a few days in Indianapolis in company with Mr Louis Zaring who will go later for a visit to an uncle in Rochester Illinois Mr Arthur M Stevenson of Michi gan will arrive early in May and will begin His duties as assistant to Dr Scanlon of the First Presbyterian church also have a prominent part in the Sunday school work and musical department of tho church Miss SaraRucker was welcomed homo last Week from her European trip which she enjoyed as a guest of the Louisville Herald wlnningjby a large majority in that papers recent contest Miss thicker is one of our most popular girls and her trip was one of greatest plea sure s The many friends hero of Mr and Mrsl Too A Myers regret exceedingly to learn of the serious illness of their little son who is suffering from diphtheria Mrs Myers was formerly Miss Lillian Bybce of this city The last report vas that the littlo patient was slightly improved Mr and Mrs LouisLandram left Fri day for a short visit in Lancaster before taking up their work in Danville Since coming tolhis city this popular couple have made hosts of friends who regret exceedingly their departure and we congratulate our neighbor city upon secur- Ing such splendid people as residents Misses Margaret and Edith Wood of Sardis have entered the Normal school and while in Richmond will bo with their old friends Mr and Mrs A J Suit on Glyndon Avenue Their father B W Wood accompanied them to this city for a short visit Mr Evan McCord of Seattle Wash ington has been with relatives lore Miss Sallie Bennett one of the attractive daughters of Mr and Mrs Sam BcnnetT of Lexington and well known here will go to Seattle to spend the summer with Mr and Mrs McCord Mrs C D Miller will return this week from an extended visit to her brother Mr Richard 14 Gentry and family in Nashville Mrs Miller has also visited in Harriman and Murfreesboro Tennessee and spent several days in Hopkins nrille Kentucky with her aunt Mrs J B Parrent Mr A K McCowny underwent i ser ious operation Saturday at the P A C Infirmary for gall stoiw from which Jiej has been a greatsuflorer Mr McCown Jsone of Madison most prominent and both he and his charming wife formerly Miss Annie Cheaault have scores of friendS whoare anxious ly waIting for encouraging news from his bedside Lancaster Record Misses Mary Ann Collins and Dudley Doty of Richmond were two fair TteitoiK Sn Lancaster Sat urday Misa Annie Margaret Elkin entertained Yridajf oyening quite hand somoly in honor of her visitors Misses Cobb and Covtngtoa of Richmond Xti Lihi Letti4s4t It ir =Ir =tutu =H 5 = H= =H=H= J 11 I The Richmond Cotillion Club dan- a lovely german at the Masonic Tom Thursday evening anti was one of the b of the series It was led by Judge t MrsW R Shackelford and was anEas german the favors consisting ofdal- ittle cases of colored eggs nests eggs etc Many beautiful costum were worn and the music wassuch as make them dance V Hon and Mrs B J Clay r aclu home last Wednesday from Jern Switzerland where they have spent fat years As United States Minister M Clay filled the position with honor all credit and both ho arid his charmin wife were exceedingly popular Thoi return home is a source of much pleasure to their large circle of friends and goes without saying that their handsome suburban home will be alive with its old time hospitalityIOne of the handsomest functions of the Eastertide was the dinner tendered Rev Hugh McLellan and the official board of the Christian church by Mr Elmer Deatheragc at his home last Thursday evening Tho table vra a dream of loveliness with its silver cut glass and beautiful china The center piece was a pyramid of pink and white carnations while on tho large oldfash ioned sideboard and mantel Easter Lillics lent their fragrance The menu whichwas tempting and delicious consisting of all the delicacies of the sensor was served in courses end much good humor prevailed around the board The place cards were dainty hand painted designs in green and gold and each one bore an original Verso all of which were tho product of an ingenuous young Richmond matron The cards bearing the names of all present were as follows sPareAsshare Mr Wilt Arnold his own ho holds As from the choir loft bass notes un folds Mr Tom Baldwin quiet and staid v A nice contribution to the new church has made Mr Elmer Deathorago who is at ease And tickled to death the ladies to please Mr Jim Hamilton thinking of affairs of his own Has timeto let others severely alone Mr Edgar Turley the competentSecre tary Delights inhis auto hits friends to make merry Mr Nath Dbatlicrage who newques tions always opposes v ripgularMoses Mr PeterPope jolly and round Swapped his family horse and npw motors round town Mr Jesse Cobb who counts twolivo and six In local option addresses gets mixed Mr George Pickels as financial agent would be missed In thinking not of the pay roll but of the church list Mr Sam Parks cool and collected Tile churches overdraft has never re jected Mr Roy White seldom at otlj ers meeting Never fails to accept an invitation for eating Mr It ILLuxon with patience and care Longs for anew huriha he carries in chairs J Rev Hugh McLellan our tried and true Bro Mac Such sermon as his our pulpit will lack Richmonds loss will bo San Antonios gain But wo will ask him at the new roigpWe success too And hope to Kentucky hell always prove true For the heart of the Bluegrass will hold him most dear As a son pf adoption and without a peer Thc Cost of The average housekeeper finds cliffl culty in getting tlo measure ot satisfaction Tron the return of tile country to trade activity for the cost of living which has been increasing so rapidly for most of the past thirteen years is again advancing from the slightly lower levels brought by the depression of 1903 All through summer the prices of necess- arIes of lifo have been slowly advancing rcachingon August lthe highest figure reported for that date save one in 1007 its rather startling to see that the aver age cost of the supplies practically every household must buy has increased aver 49 per cent since 1893 Tho Bradstreet agency has selected 1890 articles of domestic consumption and has kept a careful record of their prices month by month for several years The highest point ever reached was on March 4 1007 after which cama tko moderate slump caused by the financial dh ur nQwmarCItIng onlyslightlyvidual cases of increased cost lire much aveRgeHubberpound in IBid to9IOSa pound S2perbarrelto2l1g1212adozen cents a poundto Cents contafrom 34 cents ii bushel to 80 cents whU from fourthTIi= Jt IIi Consult our show windows for the latest styles in footwear We can fit you We i Cjijryall sizes and widths r td 1 i Say4ralf5o White of this county bought a farm r fono hundred and sixtyeight acres in Bourbon county paying fift five dol larspracre for it They are scientific farmers and proceeded at oncoto build up thefarm Last week they sold it to Galloway Crawford of this city for 00 poracreSProbably tIm largest crop of hemp grown on ono farm in Kentucky during the last season was on what was recently the Beasiey place within less than two miles of Lancaster T B Walker had ji tract of 185 acres and B F Hud son and James Rouse also cultivated a largo acreage of this staple all a parto1 the same farm and making ltogethern tract ofbearlyrfpO acres As this land iatl been ii blue grass foryears the quality and aiJurnlAnce ofthe yioldwas unprecedented and second tonoriegwn inthd entire State TIle Winchester Democrat saysitA prominent Winchester physician last week bought two 100 pound shoats for 10 per hundred pounds The Democrat thought this was the record price paid for hogs In Kentucky but Gel Sam Stairs of the Dover News says a physician of that lown paid 33 for two six ty pound shoats If any of our readers want to know how much this is per hun tired pounds they must figure it out themselves The hog market has roach ed such prices as abovn indicated tliat we haye quit figuring a Uncle Jimmie Guilfoile of this county performed a neat trick in the cultivation of a tobacco crop during the past season On one acre of ground he grew 1801 lbs which sold at 12o Lens ing the suckers ho cultivated a second opMckwibghed 1500 pounds he soldlhis t 12 l2c per pound 4t these prices the land produced 70425 worth of tobacco or over four time its worth As farasthtlscouuty is concerned Mr Guilfoiloruf entitled to themedal as the champion gtower Mt SterlipgGazette JAraes S SeMI of KicholM ecanty WM hw to wetkL Mt Stethr iMk MtIl td t4e CK4thi4 N JWI A P n o 1 d 11 ONE PRICE HOUSE = = t tj = living History ofeLeague Blue Grass iThe Blue Grass League of Kentuckli came into existanco in 1003 IIIamniand of Lexington as President and six cities in the circuit Frankfort ShelbyvillerawIenceburgand of seventy games was adopted and the season was played through During the later part of July Versailles which was hopelessly at the tailend and in bad financially sold its franchisoto Winchester which city played out the season taking Versailles percentage The league played independent ball during the season of 1008 and was not under the ational Agreement but at the close of hat season it adopted a regular con titution and bylaws and applied for membership in the National Association f Professional Base Ball Leagues Class ID to which it was duly admitted During its independent career of one season t was the means of creating intense Base Ball enthusiasm throughout the Blue Grass section of the State and de veloped several players who the follow ngseason wore promoted to the faster coming under the protection of he National Agreement Lawrcnceburg sold its franchise to Paris and the cities h composing the league began preI jaring for a 1009 season with a zeal Seorgo I Hammond was reelected presi ent each club was required to deposit MOO into the treasury as a guarantee hat the season would be play edth rough i salary limit of 800 per month was dc Iared and tho schedule of one hundred ind twenty games adopted beginning pril 27 and closing September 15 The league opended most auspiciously md played out the entire schedule Svery club made good money with the ossible exception of Frankfort and helbyville and the league as a whole vas fifty per cent stronger in playing trength than the previous year The 1009 race soon became nipand uck between Winchester and Richmond or first place and a vacillating race be ween Paris Lexington and Frankfort- r third Paris finally winning out he Winchester team under the manage lent of Newt Horn of Nashville Tenn nally succeeded iu winning the pen ant nosing ahead of Richmond in the ist week by the small margin of five loints her percontage being 630 while hat of Richmond was 025 Some excellent players were dovelop pd in the Blue Grass League during the basl season and it is safe to say that in JIOIO the managers of the minor leagues keep their eyes on the movement of the players of this league for there are some very fast youngster among them Of the 1909 players Dawson the first baseman of Richmond was drafted by Minneapolis Golden Richmonds star pitcher by Pittsburg andaftcrwards released to Louisville Goosetree shortstop for Winchester and Burden her most successful pitcher went to Louisville Qatas conterfielderfor EsriSr went 16 Norfork while Dugger Paris best pitch er was taken in by Evansville Efforts were made at the annual meet ing in November to have the league cir cuit increased to eight clubs but the di rectors finally decided to have but six The season of 1010 gives promise of being the most successful of the leagues existence Each team has materially Strengthened and a close race is expected Its playing schedule of one hundred and twenty games has been adopted and the entire circuit is cntKniastic and eager for the fro3to begin Dr Ay O Ussery of Paris was elected president for 1910 and has assured tho league directors and tho fans in general that ho will make it his special effort to see that the league is equipped with tho very best umpires that can be had The Blue Grass League has tho dis Unction of having broken the worlds record In professional ball when Toney pitcher for Winchester on May 101909 in a game against Lexington at Winchester pitched seventeen innings without allowing tho opposing team the sem blance of a hit Winchester won in the seventeenth inning by a score of 10 DeservedCompliment Stanford Journal It seems to us that fate has been unusually cr elina polit nelshborjingcountyof h6 been considered by the democrats of this district for high honors only to become eliminated in one way or the other And every time he has come up smiling and as hot for tho ticket and the nominee as if ho himself were at its Scad Of course no one has over expected any thing else from him such a true and loy al democrat as he is ktown to be but to take three doses of Medicine and tlfeii come up with a grin ready for more ahd shouting for the partyV victory In dicates a little better br nd of democracy than the ordinary runt f candidates car ry in stock bon such fidelity to party is combined with the unquestioned abil ity possessed by this gallant young attorney the party should keep its eye 111 thelMD 8nci the first epp rtaHy Vhtmlttr HIM Hi ifprntoUM V 4 ftIA wbit tw1 For Sale Wo own and offer subject to prior sale twenty 20 shares of One Hundred 100 Dollars each in the Irvine Toll Bridge Company Irvine Kentucky We completed this bridge in January and before the approaches wero finished it began earning four 4 per cent is now earning eight 8 per cent antI before theyear is out will bo earning twelve 12 per cent an increase from year to year The officers are B F Wilcox Pres Owen Witt Vice Pros J F Harris Sec and W P Williams Treas For futher particulars references and prices address Faris Bridge Company 204 Diamond Bank Bldg Pittsburgh Pa 2t Mrs Maude Mackey Walker- I have opened a hair dressing parlor on West Main st twffdoors above Stock tons drug store and apj prepared to do all kinds of hair work Braids puffs and transformations made from combings Also have a nico lot of braids in stock I use nothing but human hair Braids dyed hair restored to natural color This work is done at a reason able price Bring your work to me and I will save you money Phones 545 residence 202 3231 m- eA Special Line Mrs Hallie Deatherage is tho agent for the Spirella Corset Co and has the only agency for this famous make in the county It is the only corset of tho kind on tho market in Madison county She has a largo line of samples on hand and will be glad to show them 33041 of RESOURCES Loans and IS Overdrafts i 45 U Bonds 59000 00 Banking House etc 00 Cash and Due from Banks 149035 98 91 REPORT OF TIlL CONDI ilO OP THE Richmond Bank Ar RICHMOND IN TUB HTATK in TUOKY AT TUB OIWR OF BUSIS MAHCII m IMO RHSOUlfCHS fxiaiiR anil discounts Overdraft secured and UHnecured US UoDdsto teeure efrciIetjonsPremiums on U 8 JioiKU Honda securities eta Banking house furniture and n rures IJOilier real estate owned Due from National Bank ties re serve agent Due from State and Private lb nks Rod JiunkPra Trust Coaipnolek line Saving Hunks Dic roiirnpproved reserve affems Notes of other 1 Fractional paper currency nickel andcents Lawful Money Keeerve In Hukviz SpecidLegaltender H8UO 011 notes TJNO tot Redemption fund with U f Treaiurer t5 per ceut of oireuhtloH Tutali i LIABIUT1K3 Capital stock paid In Surplus fund National Hank notea outstanding flue to other NtitiimttllIiMiks Due to Stiite ami Irlvut Bank Individual depositesuhHet to eheek 5 TotaL STATEOtKHSTlICKVSS J E GKCRNitvr Qwhl r of the named bank do soOItlnlylltNM that tin Statement Is true tu the tor y kuo ltaad bdiof J B GHKHNLIAr Oleh Subscribed and worn t before me flu day of April 1iS J w CBOVKK JNoAr IJ Co ftitECZ Attest A It UUKVAM mruiKY TRtlUIIR Dir OK J IiCKKlJi J S S PABKES PBKSIDEXT AV N BEXJTKT VICB PKK Condensed Statement the Condition of Ctll Natoali BankRICHMOND KENTUCKY At the Close of Business March 20 1010 iscollnts27GriG973C S 9450 Total506001 National laMexpeHnaandtaxes LIABILITIES Capital StooktlGO i Surplus Fund 1011U- ndlJdec1 Profits 5 Circulation SStJd Deposits134638 69 Total 8506661 91 We respectfully solicit and invite a sharo of your patronage promising in rrt prompt and efficient service and courteous and honorable treatment J W CROOKE CASHIER The Best in Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store We gathered from evgrjrwhero good and well TodAY wo are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole Weask for criticisms r qit0st your critical looking And when you have seen and bought we are sure you will carry away an impression that will be sure to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or look jut as you pfauw and if you only look youre welcome t L EQ LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street Young Tender Porki now in season Try a 10 iu for dinner and youll find it tender as young chicken sweet as a nut Our oth r meats are especially fine m v too Our beef lamb and veil are at their best and we are noted for selling the choicest meats at all times Will we deliver small orders Surely What do you want C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Cultou 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE iP Smart Clothesi For Ladies and Misses will be found in Mrs JM Brlows Readytowear Parlor JH Building with Mr F J Yeagers Jewelry Store 218 West Main Stre- etCoain4ihlbe glad to show you my now line of Ladies Ecadytwear In thi t Latest Styles and Materials w1I yftti W wie 1iii d i11f m ddUAag v t a C r f f ic 0 Ln t u jt f On EasterS ul1d y r the supreme test of your tailors skill will be shown to the utmost limit You do not wish to feel that your attire will not bear just comparison with that worn by your friends or neighbors there fore the only safe plan is to have your Easter clothitg MarischenillOS ments know that there will b3 noothers shSwn that can sup plant his skill in cutting fit ting and finishing Qeo MarischenOver Sextons Shoe Store We do Cleaning and Pressing Tele 173 The most inviting place in Richmond during Jhe warm weather is Riccis Ice Cream PjilRLOR Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily Meals served any hour day or night i TrnLIIIII1 get the idea into ypui mind that all yards at the prices Theres olways that leads is stocked priced than all especially in- Lumber and Building Material jiiiiWJiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimmiiiiiimiiiiiiii Come in letus convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will endand your wants be satisfactorliy filled As an experiment isnt it trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L k Depot Southern Railway LOW EXCURSIOM RATES Sunday April 10th BETWEEN Louisville Lexington Danville Georgetown Law renceburg Shelbyville and Versailles and inter mediate Stations in each direction Between Lexington Danville George town and Louisville for round trip tickets limited to date of sale Pro portionately low rates between intermediate points Consult Southern Railway Ticket Agent or write II C King C T H Lexington Ky A IL Cook D P A Louisville Ky J C Beam Jr A G P A St Louis Mo Notice to Creditors All percong having claims against the firm of M Stevenson are requested to file Mime properly provon as required by Jaw on or before May 20 110 or same will be barred W U SMITH mAr 10 10 t Assignee The Climul a yenr Dont sell the goods same one yard better and closer others and worth i 150 return any For Sale 1 2 rold bull 2 yearlings 1 thoroughbred iS30lt Ror C WHITE Disease germs are easily killed in con crete nests by burning out nest material Fr sale by O W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf Roasts for the Largest Hotel or the smallest family and tenderest choicest juciest meat you ever put between your teeth Our beef is so tender it will almost melt in your mouth without any chew ing at all Let us send you for Sundays dinner CC CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 281WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 126 H Prince Arion Two Year Old Record G5 day training 227 S THRIVE Yam OLD TiiiAL 219v Sired by the Great Arion v j207 11 Sold at a 4ycarold for 12500000 Will Make tho Season of 1010 at my Stable Corner EirstaidWater Streets k ATL 15 to Insure Living Colt iRbbt Walker Richmond Kentucky k u it 0 TheChauffeurBy x Copyright 1910 by American Press Association Come Molly the autos waiting All right Imogen Ill bo with you as soon as 1 can tie on my veil Have you sour goggles Goggles Not Do you suppose 1 would make myself hideous by wear ing such things Imogen went out to the piazza where at the foot of the steps the automo bile was waiting and said to the chauffeur You neednt go today William Im going to drive myself Yes maam la everything alt right Yes maam Come Molly lets be off Molly came hurrying out trying to adjust a veil and pull ona pair of gloves at the same time a qomewhat difficult feat to perform The two gilt into the auto and the machine chug ged down the driveway to the gate It was a mild spring morning and the roads were fine Imogep was quite an expert driver and there was noth ing to mill the pleasure of the trip till they bad been out a couple of hours and were somo thirty miles from home Then one of the tires subsided and let the wheel to which It belonged down on to the ground i Oh dear exclaimed JJollyV What shall we doT Theres a shed or stable or some thing over there lets go over and see If we can get any belp Having placed the auto on the side of thq road they both walked the hun dred yards that separated them from the house and found a man in over alls tinkering with an automobile Oh h9 fortunatel exclaimed Molly Its a garage Woe got a puncture or something said Imogen to the man Weve left our auto out there In the road Would you mind coming out to see whats the matter The man left his work went with them to their auto inspected the wheel and saldt Hp not a case of puncture Theres a rip in the tire Ob dear exclaimed Imogen Can it be fixed Not here I havent the tools What shall we d01 Ill put enough wind in It to get your machine into my garage and there it must be left till you can get another tire I see you have no ex tra The man managed after muclf diffi culty to get the auto Into the garage then he said to them- I will take you to your home and you can send some one out with an extra tire to take your auto back Do you think thats the only thing to dol Yes Please wait till I go to the house and get off these overalls Ill be back m a moment He went up a byroad and disappeared The two girls occupledtliemselves looking at an Imposing mansion on the top of a hill at the foot of which they waitedThats a fine house said Imogen I wouldnt mind being at the head of that housethat is if I had a husband to the foot supplied Molly In a few moments the man returned in chauffeur costume I should think youd bo hungry he said Its past lunchtime and youll not get home before 3 oclock Perhaps youd better go up to that summer hotel pointing to the house they had been admiring and get something to eat Its not set opened for the season but 1 think youll find something to stay your appetite What a beautiful site for a hoteir exclaimed Imogen We thought it a private house They climbed the hill were admitted by a maid in white and black uniform and shown into a dining room having nODe of the appearance ot one belonging to a hotel There a delicious luncheon was served On attempting to pay for It the maid said that there was no one in the house to receive cash and they would have to pay another time Well leave it with the man at the garage down there said Imogen Yes mmu the girl absented Returning to the garage they found the man waiting for them with an auto ready They entered It and started for home On the way home the chauffeur became more communi cative and Imogen remarked sotto voco to Molly that he used very good language for an auto tinker When they reached the house Imogen took out her pocketbook asking him how much his charge would be including the luncheon The chauffeur replied that there was no charge for the ride on the con trary he had been much honored Astor the luncheon he owned the house in which they had lunched and In this too they had honored him The girls looked at each other lu consternationBut said Imogen protested that the house was asummer hotel- I lied there said the man Imper turbably The three sat regardlngono another for a few moments then burst out laughing Pardon me said the chauffeur couldnt help it You walked right into your own trap That was some years ago Today Imogen is at the head of the house on the hill and the genUemanchaurteur Is at the foot of It PRINCE ARiO N 2ycarold Kecord227 GiTdaysaraining Trial 3yearold 219 I Ire is 5yearsold beautiful mahogany r bay star and two white feet stands 16 i hands high good foot and bonefino heajl and earthe finish of a sndm6 hone Perfect disppsiiiqn A ladf can divo lilmand dont think anybodys horse can get awayfrom hhlon the road Money duo vhcn fuct is ascertained or mare parted with Lien retained oh coll 4for serviceJTee X responsible for accidents ior escapes f d Tc I ROBTfVVf q KtiR li 4 A big bowl of Quaker Oats is the best dish you can serve Delicious aD- dllourishing Good for allages and all conditions anctIReenlar tOe package and hermetically sealed tini for hot climates sa A Useful Reminder An SI lwho in his magisterial capacity periodically visited a private IuiiatlcUsyluiu told the story ota legalworldhad occasional lapses into sanity The patient made a great impression on his visitor as a well informed healthy minded gentleman and was assured that his case should be inquired into On leaving the grateful patient morningrollerpressing his hand at parting You wont forget what Ive told you he pleaded with tears in his voice No responded the visitor turning round to descend the rather long flight of steps dont think yon will said the patient dreamily but lest you should you know And lifting up his foot be gave the unsuspecting defenseless visitor a kick behind that sent him spinning down the stairway and sprawling on the gravel Pearsons Weekly A Birds White Feathers The occurrence of white featjwrs in a birds plumage is very common It is of course dueto lack matter and is liable to appear in both young and old birds I have known of several old birds to exhibit this peculiarity mostly In the wing feathers however and It may be due to imper feet nutrition and circulation as the bird ages 1 have also noticed it in young birds in a number of instances The phenomenon thus cannot be said to occur simply asa result of old age but is rather one of those slight changes In the birds system the causes of which wo do not know There is this much more to be said- howeverwhen a young bird starts out with n few white feathers they are usually retained throughout life molting each time In n similar manner Old birds may exhibit this loss of coloring at any UmeSt Nicholas Patrick Henrys Fee It is said of Patrick Henry that dur- Ing his practice of law in the Virginia courts and when he was familiarly ad dressed as governors a man who had been arrested for stealing a hog and who was out on ball wentto the governor to have him defend him The governor said Did you walk away with that snoat I dont like to say Out with it Yes sir Have you gotthe carcass Yes sir You go home you wretch cut the pig lengthwise in half and hang as much of it in my smokehouse as you keep in yours At court the governor said Your honor this man has no more of that stolen shoat than I have The man was cleared National Monthly A Lincoln Story When Lincoln n struggling lawyer was doing circuit duty In Ohio he once visited a country town where the general storekeeper had the reputation of adulterating even to the danger point his elder In the midst of a general condemnation of this storekeeper Lincoln rose one night from his seat by the hotel stove Come on boys be said And be led a party of a half dozen lawyers and judges to the general store Let me have a quart of cider he said to the storekeeper yes sir was the cordial reply And which grade sirthe ripe at 3 cents the mellow at 201 the new at 1- 5Itdoesnt matter which grade mister Lincoln drawled 1 only want to poison n dog The Inventor of the Match The first match was the product of the ingenuity of John Frederick Kom ercr who early in the nineteenth cen tury was imprisoned In the peniten tiary at Ilohenasperg In Germany lie invented the lucifer match while in his gloomy dungeon The German government forbade the manufacture of matches on the ground of public policy because some children playing with them had caused a fire Komerer was ruined by Viennese competition when he was released from prison and died a pauper Up to 18G2 the Vienna manufacturers controlled the match business of the entire world A Way Out I have six doctors aud they cant agree on what ails me Three think its one Jhlng and three think Its an other What would you advise me to do Dischargethem all No Hire one more and give him the deciding voterClevcIand Plain Dealer Times Changes- In ancient days said the pedantic person the greatest triumph at the Olympian games was won by means of a four horse chariot And now said the thoroughly In dignant athlete some of em are con tent to win with a one horse referee Washington Star Better Than Wealth Employ your time by Improving yourself by other mens documents so shall you come easily by what oth ers have labored hard for Prefer knowledge to wealth for the one is transitory the other perpetual The Reward PoeJs Wlte My husband read this poem at a public celebration before thousands of people Alas It was the last poem be ever wrote Publisher I see Did they lynch him or snoot him Leslies Weekly Why Not Get Together On several occassions since beginning work on The Climax we sprung thin question of organization of a commercial club and tried to impress upon the people the importance such an jnsti tution We can not lay aside ou duties inRichmond before again calling atten tion to this and reminding the people ofthe great future theMown has its possiblitiesand what tsin store if all will only pull together Think about this gentlemen You have a fine town and With a little push you can soon build up business to a much tawer volumn We h ve watched the progress of your eky efowly And know ttwtyaii Iwve M rtii GOING TO THE CIRCUSB- y M QUAD Copyright 1910 by Associated Lit erary Preas Moses Falrman was visiting the Widow Hooper at least two nights a week with a view to matrimony Just about this time the billposter for a circus appeared and pasted the road side barns with the usual gaudy bUls and the excitement began Pcrklnsvllle was no circus town It never had had one and didnt want one Such things were looked upon as demoralizing in the extreme The bills were hardly up when the parents began warning their children and the ministers had something to say from the pulpits On ono of hIs Visits to the widow Moses FaIrman expressed the hope that sho would not even permit her cat to view the circus parade and the next instant he was a surprised man Why I shall be a spectator my self replied tho wtdoV Not only that but I shan attend the circus both afternoon and evening I shall expect you to escort me In the event Ing What gasped Moses as he stared at her with open mouth The widow repeated the words and said she was tickled jQ death that a circus was coming But its Wicked Its monstrous You cant be in earn str I shall be there on frontseal But 1 wont go and neither will any church member You have heard what has been said about it Why youd be turned out of the Ongrega tion as a black sheep Mary dont think of doing any such thing Moses Im going to that circus and thats lIntf replied the widow as she put her foot down I dont be here theres any more wickedness about it than at a spelling school Why should there her But circus men swear and fight protested Moses So do lightning rod men and tin peddlers Ive heard some of the men around your mill swear But circuses have a clown and the clownV And the clown he Jokes and makes fun Why shouldnt he1 Mary solemnly said Moses if you go to that circus then all is over be tween us All right Moses Ill be there Moses went straight from the house of the widow to that of his minister and told his story It produced con sternation The widows independ ence had been winked at but here was a case of revolution rebellion de fiance It must be met and crushed In the bud The hour was late but the minister went to struggle with the rebel She put her head out of her chamber window and after ascertain- Ing his errand replied I have been to Sunday school picnics of our church and seen selfishness quarreling and backbiting It can be no worso at a circus and I am going Did you ever see a two horned rhinoceros 1 Nno was tho stammering reply Then by all means go and see one It may be your only chance for the next twenty years Yes and theres a tire legged calf and a dodo Next day the news was all over town and the earth proceeded to rock The widow had many callers at her house and Moses had many at his mill All were again the widow It was decided that ihe must be put down At first she was only deter mined So much was said however that she got her mad up and an nounced that she would attend Thursday evening prayer meeting and an nounce her position She was there and the church was crowded It was hoped that she intended to recede from her first position but It was a vain hope She took tho floor to ask how many persons present had ever at tended a circus Five men signified that they had and seven or eight more could have done so but didnt The widow asked how they bad been harmed if it had led to profanity drunkenness wife beating and theft All pleaded not guilty Then she asked why it was more wicked to look at an elephant than an ox No one answer ed Then she asked why it was worse to listen to a clowns joke than to some of the stories told around the post office while waiting for the mall to arrive No one answered Then she asked why a woman shouldnt walk a tight rope or a rail fence if she wanted to She bad seen men walking over the bridge on the railing and no one had raised a fuss about it Women would jump through hoops at the cirrus What of it She knew a woman In Pcrklnsvllle hohad crawled through a screen door when locked out The widows best weapon was saved to the last She had made a good case but she clinched it by asking It any one present would please point out In the Bible where Christian men and women were forbidden the circus any more than the paring bee the corn husking or the Masses candy pull All heard but no one complied and Mrs Hooper wrapped her toga about her and walked out The circus appeared on the date Riven The widow was there Moses was there and the three or four pro pie in town who werent there were down with the mumps or measles It was oven said that the three ministers penetrated as far as the cages of the ostriches and the hyenas and that those who tried to figure up the in crease of crime during the next year got lost in the maze before arriving at tiny startling results For Catarrh Med ne Free in Every case Where it Fails to Relieve Jfcglcctj or pessimism we bcJi lniis the greatest enemy the public has to contend with when applied to the loss or recovery of health Practically every case of consumption might have been cured if hope had been maintained and proper treatment had been resorted to At the first symptom of the disease Until the advanced stag s is reached con sumption iscurable Catarrh is responsible we believe for manycascs of con sumption It is about catarrh wo want to talk to you today incidentally con sumption sine the two are so closely allied We have a medicine made from a proscription of one of tho most successful catarrh specialists known We believe it is positively without an equal Ware so satisfied thai we are right that we will supply tim medicine free in everp Instance where it is used accord ing to directions fora r sonablo length of time should it fail to give satisfac tion in every particular We want every one to try this medicine at our risk There are no conditions attached to our titter We put tim user Under no obligation to us whatever The medicine wo want you to try is Rexnll MucuTone It is catarrh rum cdy that goes direct to the se tor trou ble It is carried by the blood to every part of tho System It purifies and en riches the blood tones vp7 the mucous oo id bdi asdklq vJi lItiIM4I t + AOI i lCdj itv seed to tetf a story abet bee honey moon that Is somrt hat amusing When the Countess and Count of Bozenta were on their wed dlngtrp it happened one morning that she bad Just got up when the counts who had beeu out for an hour or two taking a morning walk came back and called to her excitedly Helen Helenl Come here What Is Itr Come here quick Ive brought you some lovely fruit the first of the mar ket AH right Im dressing Ill come as soon as l have finished getting ready She dressed leisurely and entered the sitting room The count was sit ting reading deeply inerested In his book She looked round No fruit was was to be seen She looked allover the place The count looked tip What are you looking for Wheres that frnltr Tho count looked on the table It was not there qood gracious he said Ill be hanged If 1 havent eaten Itf The WickedMultiplication Table A minister was hearing his JJutiday school repeat the catechism one Sun day preceding confirmation when a boy from the class of small children ventured to ask a question of the min- ISter Turning to the clergyman the boy Inquired ln an anxious tone Why dock the multiplication table make pee ple wicked The mmlsterthought at first that the child had taken occasion to propound a conundrum at a most unseemly time and was abour to reprove him when the earnestness of the expression in the upturned face assured him that the question was asked in good faith and required a reply Why dosyou ask such a question John I never knew it to do so he said John turned to his catechism and Tend from it with a mystified air the question Did man grow worse as he began to multiply and the accom panying answer He did Two Convincing Reasons Lord Peterborough who lived in the reign of Queen Anne was very frolic some and one day seeing from his carriage a dancing master with pearl colored stockings lightly stepping over the broad stones and picking his way in extremely dirty weather he alight ed and rail after him withdrawn sword in order to drive him into the mud but Into which he of course fol lowed himself This nobleman was once taken for the Duke of Marlborough and was mobbed in consequence The duke was then in disgrace with the people and Lord Peterborough was about to be roughly handled Turning to them he said Gentlemen I can convince you by two reasons that I am not the Duke of Marlborough In the first place I have only 5 guineas in my pocket and in the second they are heartily at your service Patroness of Music The origin of music Is lost In an tiquity Among civilized people it is probably to be traced to the ancient Egyptian priests who employed this art in their religious rites and cere- monIes From the Egyptians the Greeks and the Romans derived their knowledge of music The ancient Hebrews probably took with them into Palestine some of the songs they had learned in Egypt The hymns used In the temple formed the basis of the melodies of the early Christian church and from these hymns was formulated the first authoritative musical system St Cecelia is termed the patroness of music Exchange The Spit Snake There is a snake belonging to the email family cansidae Inhabiting Af rica that Is said to have thepower of ejecting Its venom to a short distance This snake Is called by the Dutch Boers spuw slang or spit snake When this snake erects Its teeth the pressure of the maxillary bone on the gland causes the venom to flow in drops and it may be quite possible that by discharging air fromita mouth the poison may be blown some dis tance The Gypsies The origin of the people known as gypsies remains largely a mystery Egypt India Persia and Arabia have In turn been pointed out as their origi nal country but there is little definite knowledge on the subject The weight of evidence is in favor of their having originated In India They first appeared In Europe about 1400 and from the Danube region spread all over the continent appearing in Engl- And about 1520Effective The climax to his wooing was very romantic He proposed to her on the verge of a mountain gorge What did she do She threw him rBaltimoreAmerican Retort Photographic- The photographer was drying his plates In the warm sunlight What are you doing there asked a friend Oh was the reply Just airing my views Strict Obedience Salesman Shirt sir Will you have a negligee orIt stiff bosom Customer Negligee I guess The doctor said I must avoid starchy things Exchange The measure of a mans sin is the difference between what he is and what he might be Jordan vent the germs of consumption from getling a start Besides this Rexall JiucuTonoit a wonderful appetizer di gestive aid and flesh builder Its good qtfects are often felt from the very first dose It is one of the largest and most satisfactory selling medicines that we havodver had anything to do with We know somuch of the great good it has lone that wet personally back it up with our reputation and money which fact should be ample guarantee to antis fy anybody Rexall SIucuTono comes jn two sizes 50 cents and 8100 We urge you to try it Remember you can pbtain Rexall Remedies only at our store ThoRexall Store H L PerryS Drug Co V More Langwidge- Id leach but 11110 noer been taught Id preach but I havenor been praughU how mayl risoassome have risen Just advertise Ive advertiscnl nriligyojir wheat and corn fur ez cliaiigetp the new mill Phone 5- 712bti I B Sanders C Concrete nests makes good coops while chicks are small tf Nocr vic sfot lisoand mitesto hide trIConcretes H arowarisin winter and cool iasuwHUjr tf Cfeanwfe tare cheap aai durable Cert j iiiir S Urc i f Commissioners Sale State Bank Trust Co Plaintiff- Nanc7J vs Norris Defendant D B Shackclford Plaintiff- vs Nancy J Norris Defendant CONSOLIDATED CASES Untor and vlrture of a judgment of the flfadison Circuit Court rendered at th 1eb Tern 1910 in the above con solidlteaactions the undersignedMastcr Commissioner of said Court will soil at Publni auction to the highest and best bidder in front of the Court House door at about the hour of ton oclock A M Tuesday April J2 J 9 JO the following described property or so milch thereof as wilt satisfy tho plain tiffs debt interest and cost amounting to 138805 Tho undivided one fifth interest of TG Norrissubject to the life estate of Nancy J Davis in one hundred and seven and three quarter acres 107 34 acres of land described as follows Beginning at a chinquapin tree oh Johnson Piggs line on the west side of a large branch thence with Piggs lino south 70 east 50 510 poles to a stake a white oak stump N 81 12 E 16 poles to a stake near a white oak tree N 78- E 47 010 to a stake onsaid Piggs line and corner to the land recently convoyed to Younger norris byThos Stone etc N 234 E 159 C10 poles to a stake near a small walnut and corner to the 61 and 34 acres of land conveyed to DF Todd by II I Todd and wife thence with the line of Gl 34 acres and polesScorner of the 61 and 34 acres S 8 12 W contalnpgliSaid property will bo sojd on a credit of six months the purchaser being roquired to execute bond with good security thereon payable to the commissioner and bearing 0 per cent interest from datolintil paid to have the full force and effect of a judgment and a lien re tcined on said property until all the purchase money is paid gCIticaM C 1910 Season 1910 Napoleon 821 Will make the Season at the Clay Farm 112mnes west of Richmond Napol on 821 A B A Jsired by Tarkingtons Napoleon black jack with points 10 hands high 1st dam by Tarkingtons Colosus 2nd byStiggalUsPeters Black Hawk 5th dam by Imp BertramNapoleon is a famous breeder on both mares and jennets A 2yearold jack 15 12 hands high having been recently sold to Tennessee parties for 80000 I f you are looking for a jcnnofjack 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 ear and is a No1 breeder Wo 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 Coil 1000 to Insure a Jennet Colt and same for a Mule Colt To Stand up and Suck Money due when colt is foaled mare parted with or bred to another horse or jack Lien on colt until service fee is paid dayEvery to avoid accidents or escapes but will not be responsible for any that may occur Stables closed on Sundays Roy C White RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1910 SEASON 19- 10VERDICT 1621 WILY MAKE TIlE SEASON Dunns Stableo- nIrvine Pike near L N Crossing RICHMOND KY Verdict is a dark chestnut 153 hands coming 11 years with as much natural style and action as any stallion living as tine as any mare or gelding you will see combining all the qualities as to looks breeding style and action that go to produceryouhaveclaim that Verdict carries more of the blood of old Peavine and Washington hisbrledlngVerdicts career as a show horse has rarely been equaled winning as a two straightthroughclosing his threeyearold career at the Louisville Horse Show by winning two secondinstallionsouri in a ring of fifteen horses Ver dicts show career was cut short in 1002 by sickness only showing at Richmond premiumsIn 1004 Verdict had fully recovered heavyseasonwhore he Von the 500 stake for best forbostngedat Lexington where ho won first then to Harrodsburg whore ho won first in hgcd stallions first in sweepstakes 18 firstinwith an unfortunate accident which kept HorseShow ofMatwon first in colt ring and first in stallion and three of his get adjoiningcounties andIaUIirstclassand go to otherstatcs There never was whenfirstbypatronizingobtained It is not what you pay for the season of a colt jt is what you get that counts in the long run- PEDIGREB 1022byby King William 07 by Washington BirdlQ14 68by5G1blthor by Imp Pharo Miss Richmonds dam Jenny Lynn 391 by Stonewall Jackson 72 by Wellington Denmark G4 threetimesDenmarkthusgreatest show horses that ever lived TERMS Verdict will bo allowed to serve mir ra- t25JoLnsure Mare inFo I in which event a Lion will bo retained on colt for the service foe and money Caretakel willbeL M Azbill hill tout 1 30 Th6 Lackey Coyer Telephone 282 fullLeatherAlso a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 This is no humbugIt is a fair deal and legitiniat it clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade w will give to each and every purchaser ticket for every 5 in wortn of trade with us Each ticket will represent a 11 at the Buggy andHarness on the day of the drawing 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in fine of a liberaljliscount below the customary prices Tioffer wilLsave you money when you call in anti make v money before yougo out See our circulars for full exp nation plenty of them at QUI office k Read Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars t Rick Bands Farm Blind Bridals Riding Bridals i Break Harness Drive Harness Surrey Harness Buggy Pads etcc Houghton Buggies ColunibUs Busgies ffManycr Buggies It L A Buggies Kauffman Buggies L W C Fish W O O U Asst Post and all HUe ilropk Carte Komi Wagons and llubbftrtier the best put oa quirk reasonable First dues Horse Shoeinj5the rn Pain J your BlncJors and mowers quick fllokmitbtng eompMe nay jo wood and also ha finest mechanics Send in your Vehicle Painting Repairs Ear- lyLackey Colyer Penny Photos for Cents Four Positions The Schickel Studio McGaughey Moberley The Homes To AIl JOO Bungalows See Our Plans Build Them 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t im 0 We have a complete line of Spring Hats for your inspection 111 gVVVes e and our prices are righ tVS oV SSS 0GI u 51- 0ill gi 0S 10 and 15 cen tseeIoVto the Cash Trade ET ELIERStreet Richmond SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS ssosssssossoeoeessoeooeososqQ iSSS Its building Time If you to erect a house store house barn or other buildings I wW be glad to make drawings and submit prices on your work Repair work neatly and promptly done First chss work guaranteed Get my estimate beforeV M contracts for anything the carpenters f f t f JEfF STONE 7 ta w Quartersisiiiblished in our new quarters in theV riill mH Hn and are better prepared tI cure for your skins Bring us Hdfs Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries his reason 7 hurman GrocePyC- onipany = TRUTH has one good friend anyway Time Time is the revealer of truthas well as falsity Time proves the truthand exposes the And you can ride down any country road in this country or any village town or city street and see for yourself what Time has done to bring out the facts about paint Over there house dullyou see a blearylooking eyedas it werelow vitality paint that is dyingdeadmay be And there ix stonesthrow one that fairly gleams with the reflection of livinglight bright clear with that brilliant sheen of gloss that tells you the story of whats in it just as truly as if you were looking into mirror to see your own self Time has proven absolutely that Horse Shoe Brand House Paint manufactured by the Mound City Paint and Color of St Louis is the truest paint manufactured in this country or any other country Its the one paint that does what good paint ought to do and so much more than you expect that any paint will do This is because it is made of nothing but the highest quality white lead zinc endbest aged linseed oil One gallon goes twice over surface as high as sixfooter and 50 feet longandstays there at least three years and sometimes ten It pays to know whats good in pant It pays to know whereto get it All we have to say is that we know absolutely that Horse Shoe Brand Paint is the straightest highest quality honest priced paint honest work that we can gt hold of Made the same house twentysix years Sold on merits on its character Remember too the Mound City Paint Color Company manu factures complete line of the highest quality paint specialties Horse Shoe Brand paint every useF1or Paint Barn and Roof Paint ToWaukOn Stain Screen Paint Wagon and Implement Paint etc Grecian Enamel the Bathroom Iron Beds and the like And so we claim it pays to know that theres one paint store in this town where you can get good paint advice and theres some color cards you ought to have tpo if youre going to painttheyre- freeto youIlere at the occomc and them StocKton Son 1 SII- Griffon Clothes I Se sphere are two kinds ofclothesi those made for men who know what they want and2 those made for men who are not certain Ityou are looking for clothes of U a the first class you expect first class lothes E S5 and thats exactly what you get in- SVSos Griffon Clothes For Men and Young Men Because our business is done with the class 1ill ofmen who know good clothes We of H Seeferterns and correct stylesV e Sie OsVMcCall Patterns sOS sV 5SI- e VRespectfully Submitted OS te 5- SuJ PJ- Main Kentucky c I o 0SSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SS0 SS intend n in ot i i r faultsV muddy ii a a a for by for its a a for for get c S SS FORCED TO- PROPOSE 1 By ANNA WOODBR1DGE Copyright 1310 by American Press Association It was iu the reign of King Edward of England the fourth of that nuuic that John Ochlltree a young farmer living in the county of Kent met a lass called Mary Griggs at a Maying and conceived a strong passion for her He danced with her around the Maypole and looked at her languish ingly but his modesty and the strength of his love tied his tongue so that he could say nothing to her Mary had been keeping company with Illchard Doyle a maker of armor but the moment he laid eyes on John Ochiltrcc Doyle saw that she was lost to him in favor of lila rival He drew away sulky thus leaving the field to the man who had supplanted him The day after the Maying John waited for Mary to come out of her fathers thatched cottage and joined her Ho managed to wish her good morning and said that the crops promised 16 be good and that one of his cows had calved but besides this he said nothing Mary was a girl of spirit and would not help him on She said to herself that he should talk to her like any other man or she would have none of him He continued to show her by his expression that he was enamored of her and when he looked at her his eyes had a melancholy expression Now as soon as John got away frpm her his tongue was unloosed and he could say what he liked He told his mother of his trouble and convinced her that It was Impossible that he should tell Mary his love and ask her to marry him Then said his mother Mary must propose to you She will never do that sighed JohnShe must be made to My son wishes her for a wife and he must have her Besides Mary is a good girl and will have a good dowry 1 wish her for a daughterinlaw 1 have made up my mind that since you are unable to ask Mary to be your wife she shall claim you for her hus bandAnd how will you do that moth err Never mind so that I do it We women have to get through the world by exercising our wits Wo are not men to force our way so we have to plan Thlugs went from bad to worse between John and Mary Determined to force him to declare himself she en couraged her former suitor This made John and so great was his filling that his mother feared he would die She went to Mary and telling her of Johns condition und the cause begged her to do that which was peeled of the sterner sex ask John to be her husband Mary vowed that she would be no mans wife who had not the courage to aSk her and though John might die she would not do his part for hUnVNot long after this a sheep belong- Ing to a neighbor was found in John Ochiltrees fold John was arrested for sheep stealing and thrown into prison The lad has lost his mind for love of you said Johns mother to Mary The lass was secretly troubled but tossed her head and said that n man who was afraid of a girl had no mind to lose John was tried and convicted and sentenced to be hanged Then Mary begun to regret that she had refused to bj persuaded But it was now too late She had driven John Into Insanity for she believed what his mother said or she fiad unln tentl nnlly bewitched him so that he had stolen a sheep She sat at home mourning her sad fate at loving a nan defective JO8JMtaer beMch art iriee tat Mary would be present at his execu tion Mary declared that she could not endure such a sight and would not go But she was at last persuaded to grant this last boon to a man she was now persuaded she bad driven to the scaffold and on the morning of the hanging she went there with her lovers mother A crowd was gathered around the culprit John with the rope around his neck had ascended a few steps of the ladder lie stopped and seeing Mary below said to her Mary save me How can I do that JohnT It Is the law that If one about to be executed be claimed in marriage by any woman be shall go free Is that GoT Mary scd of the sheriff If you claim this man in marriage I dare not hang himVOh Mary cried John have mercy on me Save him whispered the culprits mother Mary hesitated No she said at last let him hang John staggered then seemed relieved He climbed nimbly up the other rungs of the ladder and the sheriff was about to swing him off when Mary cried Hold I claim this man In mar riageVJohn was taken down and the lovers of whom the one couldnt and the one wouldnt till death was imminent fell into each others arms Johns mother had stolen the sheep and placed it In her fold to bring about the result and force Mary to make the proposition And yet we are told that women have not the heads that men have to accomplish results There is being conducted In the state of Wisconsin during theprescui months a cow contest which alms t discover the champlou butter prod new of the state The two animals hnvlu the highest records for the lInt moutl have shown a butter return rnnglu between sixty and eighty pounds Tin dairyman who is Interested In Jill anced rations will note with Interest the bill of fare which the two cow have been receiving The one show ing the largest returns is given thirty five poun of corn silage ten pounds of alfalfa ur pounds of wheat bran barleydailytyflve pounds oft ru silage thirty pounds of mangels eight pounds of poundsImeal daily It is not surprising that cows that get outside of such an amount of raw materials do business at milking time In quite a real sense they are milk manufactories and arc viewed as suchby the inca who own i them It any readers of these notes sus tamed losses last season as a result at smut In their small graInthe same dial culty may be headed off this season by treating the seed with a fonnalfn solution This fungicide Is wade by dilut a pint of 40 per cent formalin InlIng thirty gallons of water The seed which should be treated a few hours before using should be spread about fl1x Inches deep on the barn or granary floor and the solution sprin kled over it evenly care being taken not to put on so much that it will sook through to the floor beneath When the sprinkling has been done the grain should be shoveled over and mixed thoroughly so that all of the seed will bo moistened with the solution An inspection will show whether enough solution has bees added the first time If not the eedmay be given a second sprinkling Machines costing a or flare on the market which have a1ank containing the solution through which the seed is passed and given thorough treatment Suck machine tOuld treat seed for halt a dozen or more farms and might well be owned jointly New New NewtI have just opened a large rind handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Paper in theSchl gel building on Third street and cordiall invitp an in spection of satno Wo are prepared to do FIRST CLASS PAPER HANGING on shortest notice and in the best manner Will appreciate a call Remember this paper is in stock and can bo done promptly Wo LaLEEDS House Painting Decorating Etc WHICH WAS MASTER By MARY A BOWERS Copyrlgbt 1319 by American Press Association It was a mouth after their mar riage Not a word had been spoken to Interrupt that currcnt of romance down which they had been sailing ever since they became conscious that they loved But there Is always a be ginningMy ho said pettishly I suppose I inut go through another day with a safety pin for a suspender but ton Another day dearl What do you mennTI remember aright this Is the time I have asked you to replace the button that came off a week agoShe made no reply but went to her workbasket got out what was needed and sewed on the button Romance bad given place to reality From that moment she began the du ties of a vito Her day was all for her husband When she arose In the morning her first duty was to see that he had what pleased him for break fast She poured his coffee with her own hand Then when he had gone for the day she superintended the household affairs planning that every thing might be In order against his return In the evening she consulted his pleasure It he wished to go out she went out with him If he preferred to stay at home she stayed home with him It seemed to her that there was scarcely an hour in the day that she was not working for him And be1 Be went down to business In the morning and worked hard all day for her When his competitors got ahead of him when wrangling over disputed business transactions fretted him when he failed to make money or when he met with success It was all for her She needed expen sive clothing and he bought them for her Every spring she must have new apparel and the next spring though it was not worn or faded It was no longer In fashion One season she must have a hat like an umbrella and the next It must be replaced by one no larger than a diner plate Her win ter coat must be short and the next year it must be long Since the bat could not be shrunken nor the coat lengthened they must be cast off and wonderedIthat those purchased the year before might be reduced One day she reproached him The day Is not long enough she said for me to do air I have to do for my master I did not know when I married you that I was bringing upon myself slavery As a girl I could de vote all my time to myself Then I was light hearted because I was free I had no ones clothes to mend except my own I had no household duties I spent my leisure time going to thea ters balls and such other amusements as I preferred Oh woe Is me that I should have married and become a he replied From morning till night I am down town making money for you to spend for gowns and hats that wont stay in fashion long enough to get the now off them I must provide house rent and sustenance for you and the thou sand other things that you require 1 never go fishing or shooting as I did before I was married for now having your necessities to supply I have noth ing left for Indulging in those sports of which I used to be so fond My fowling piece went into a fur coat for you and you are wearing my fishing tackle on your head Oh woe Is me that I married and became a slave One day a baby came The duties of the wife were chang ed The husband returned to the use of safety pins in lieu of buttons She had no longer time to mend his linen Ills clothing remained torn The baby needed all her attention requiring more changes of clothing in a day than her husband needed in a week She spent much time preparing the childs food and then after she had got It down him he would throw It up He had cholle most of the time during which she must dandle him walk him and give him medicines Every day ho must have the sun and all in his carriage and his mother un willing to trust him to a nurse trundled him herself When she was not trundling him she was making or buy- Ing clothes for him and when she was not doing these she was receiving In structions from the doctor as to what she should put Into his stomach and what she should put over It And the husband lIe was now glad to get downtown In tho morning to escape the babys squalls He passed most of the night walking his son back and forth when the boy had colic and was tired out with loss of sleep But in his office there was quiet Besides in his office be was master which he was not at home One morning the liutbnnd who had taken care of the baby during the night that his wife might get a little sleep began the old plaint I am your slave This awakened her own former words It is 1 who am your slave This started the wrangle again Words were getting high when there was n diversion There came a sudden yell from the crib Both rushed to the baby Here is our master said tho fa thor We are both his slavesV Tho Two Pies Ruth who has been married just two weeks lives in a little flat and there keeps house for her lord and master She has read a little and is wise beyond her nineteen years On Sunday after their dinner bad been served by the wife she went to the kitchen and returned with a pumpkin pie Whats that asked the rand M I made a pumpkin pio yesterday his wife answered timidly He attacked the confection with a knlfo and fork but could not make much headway and was about to declare himself when Ruth announced- I have another in the pantry dear Your mother sent one over yesterday She then produced the second pie which was as tender and appetizing as the first bad been tough and unsavory Thats something like it he said patronizingly Of course you couldn expect to become expert at once my dearThe Slrllaughed Youre eating the one I made now she said And In her diary for the day is written Announce of prevention is worth a pound of curePortland Me Ex press The Hip Joints The cup and ball socket and the air tight valve were first used in the hu man body If our hip joints and arms were not provided with air tight sock ets we should get too tired to continue ourwork for any length of time in just holding these limbs together by muscles It is the pressure of the air which holds them in place and thus all physical effort is avoided In the various air tight joints and sockets found in the human body one may find nearly all the mechanical principles in volved in the air brake or the use of compressed air for a thousand different things Some may aver that na ture did not discover ball bearings a mechanical device which has revolu tionized the vehicular world But the principle is almost developed in tho ball of the leg bone and the socket of the hip which are made so smooth and are so well oiled that they slide backward and forward with practical ly no friction Marrying For Votes Marrying for votes was a device of old time British election agents As the law stood before the reform act of 1832 widows of freemen on marrying again made their second husbands freemen and therefore voters At election times widows were consequently paid handsomely to go through a formal marriage with a voteless bachelor who for a consideration similarly agreed to support the candi date The pair were married the man voted according to Instructions and then he and his wife standing on either side of n tombstone said Death us do part With this literal fulfillment of the matrimonial vow they regarded their marriage dissolv ed At the last election in Bristol before 1832 a hundred women gave votes to men A Literary Light A short time ago a well known writ er of London remembering hat he had never read the noncanonical books went out in search of a copy and in one bookshop after another drew blank At last he went to his own par ticular newspaper shop which also dealt in Bibles and light literature Have you tho Apocryphal he asked For a moment the young woman behind the counter was puzzled then brightening she said Is it a weekly or a monthly Acres and Bible Letters It has sometimes been stated that there are more acres in Yorkshire than there are letters In the Bible A per son hearing the statement for the first time Is Inclined to doubt it but it is true all the same Authorities differ as to the exact acreage of the county one giving it as 3882848 and another as 3771843 But the number of letters in the Bible is said to be 35CG 480 so the acres beat the letters with something to spare London Notes and Queries On the Wrong Side A temperance missionary In Glasgow left a few tracts with a young woman one morning Calling at the same house n few days after he was rather disconcerted to find the tracts doing duty as curl papers on the head of the damsel to whom he had given them Wool my lassie he remarked J see yo haveVusedthe tracts I left wI yc but the added in time to turn con fusion Into merriment ye ha putt n them qutside instead of inside your beaU Tho French Horn The French horn or cor de chasse is regarded by some musicians as the sweetest and mellowest of all the wind Instruments In Beethovens time it was little else than the old hunting horn which for the convenience of the mounted hunter was arranged in spiral convolutions to be slipped over the head and carried resting on one shoul deL and under the opposite arm The Germans still call it the waldhoru that Is forest horn No Occasion For Alarm Said a nervous lady to another lady at whose house she was making a call Are you notafraid that some of your children will fall into that cistern in youryardVOh no was the complacent reply Anyhow thats not the cistern we get our drinking water from He Didnt Do you believe In signs No A dentists sign reading Teeth Extracted Without Pain fell the other day justas I went under It and knock ed out two teeth of mine Jewelry for Easter Gifts grows more popular each year It is tho most lasting and acceptable present you can make In our cases you will find numerous gift suggestions Lockets Crosses Necklaces Watches Brooches Rings andn hundred others Wedding Rings tooior after Easter use engagement rings for those who plan to wed later J If Er JOc ERi l 1 Alcohol not neededA- yers Sarsaparilla is not n strong drink As now made alcoholinand alterative Ask your own doctor about your taking this impurebloodevery time He knows Aw publtih Our formula tlljerswWe banish consult our urie dootor CObOll greatrulebowelsregular AyersPillsMade by the J C Ay tr Co Lowell Notice to Creditors AH persons having claims against the estate of William n Tudor deceased are hereby notified to flue tho same properly verified with the undersigned on or before May 1st 1910 or tho same will be BASK TRUST Co Admr Wm II Tudor deceased By It E TonLEr mar 10 7t Cashier How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff Wo desire to say that when we took theagency for ZEM 0 we were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases Wo are pleased to state that we shall continue the agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zoino too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zomo clfects its cures by drawing to the surface of tho skin and destroying tho germ life that causes time disease baying the skin clear and healthy It does not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can bo cured at home of any form of skin or scalp diseases by remedytfStore We are here to cater to the trade ol the town and country Citizens give us a trial J B SANDERS Co 128 tI Phone 57 Getting Hot at Harrodsburg The whisky fight at Ilarrodsburg is growing quite warm and tho speakers are telling time dear people what to do and what not to do lIon Charlie liar din tIme Commomveaths Attorney has mounted tIm raging stump in behalf of local option and has been making the wolkin ring with his eloquence Col E II CJaither a prominent attorney is another hard worker for the drys It looks like tho fight will be one time hardest fought in the State Dire Distress It Is Near at Hand to Hun dreds of Richmond Readers Dotit neglect an aching back Backache is the kidneys cry for helpVNeglect hurrying to their aid Means that urinary troubles follow quicklyVDire distress diabetes Brights dis ease experienceMrs st Mr Sterling Ky says I believe KidneyPlIIshealth was very poor and two of our best physicians stated that I had dma betes and conld not expect to recover They pave me a year to prepare for my sad fate The kidney secretions were unnatural and contained sediment and at times mv body bloated I was nervous and suffered severely from head aches and dizzy spells during which spots floated belore lilY eyes 1 often had to grasp something for support My hack was also very weak and I ould not stoop to button my shoes in fact I could hardly get around 1 was so much impressed by a testimonial given in lavor of Doans Kidnpy Pills thpi 1 decided to try them and pro cured a box They gave me promt relief and I continued taking them until I was in good health I have but little trouble from my kidneys now thanks to Doans Kidney PIKs For ealo by all dealers Price 50 cts Foster Iilbnrn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember time name Doans and tako no other inliu Fine Blue Grass Farm for Immediate Sale Posses sion at Once This fine farm located on a first class piko in Fayotto County within seven and a half miles of the County Seat contains two hundred and fifty to sixty acres of good level land well fenced and well watered Within two miles of schools churches and within fivo miles of Railroad Station Is on R F n Telephone and tho proposed Electric Line IMTROYEMESTS The improvements are a handsome two story eight roomframe house which is very now together with all usual and necessary out buildings There is a good stock barn fifty by one hundred No tobacco barn on the farm at present but a twelve nero one will be built at once Twenty acres of this farm in cultiva tion about ninety acres in meadow and tho remainder in good grass This farm is divided by the pike eighty acres on one side and tho remainder on time other side Can bo sold separately or as a whole Time entire place can bo bought for one hundred and twentyone dollars and seventeen cents per acre Time eighty nero tract which has no improvements can bo bought for eighty dollars The property with improvements can be bought for 140 per acre and possession can hall April 10th this year TERMS Cash or equal to cash If you are interested in the buying of a desirable farm and one that will make you money call on or write me J T FJSIUUEU Agent Oldham Building Richmond Ky 3302t Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Homer Rem edy- If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr Perry the druggist has tItle remedy in stock and wants his customers to that it fs recommended for Eczema Blackheads Pim pies Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some remarkable cures anti Kith each purchase of Zomo Mr Perry iniU give you a booklet on skin diseases MId you caa diagnoscr your own case iwd be cured- JJ1yoluowJ home without nn Inwvn fretbtwibyhkVV pp a ep sIs I I I Iisugar or a Ictsplellkeimported cheese we have ItVabsolutely dependable that enters this Btusts rild I Each article examinationf jitscontest eats for representation In our line is ELECTA I COFFEEf and dainty blend grown beans the I choicestI of slowcooking and It the genuine coffee In using Electa Coffee are sure of I fthanothercoffees the finest qualitya satisfaction that In I Compare it with any you ever drank I Youll like the rousing flavorVend the clorious ar- onisITate f I f and SonI Telephone 35 I I f S pp pp ppsp p p p p pp Special Attention is called to the Wm J Oliver IMPROVED CHILLED PLOW unquestionably the best on the market We Also Handle the Vulcan Plow and Vulcan Repairs Taylor OldhamDealers in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street Hemp Growers 1909 crop of river bottom and upland cultivated hemp seed latest impartation Sample and price on application Both pliones Yours truly J W GLASS Sox j20151 Camp Nelson Ky ratty WI Blanton a DENTIST WOfflce ID Bennett Baiainj Jml7 TELEPHONE 198 For Sale Privately two store houses one occupied by Taylor Odliam Hardware the other known as the Racket Store both oil Main St J E Greanleaf If Executor Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In- SUrance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenanlt Atty C9if Richmond Ky James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house farm lots or any thing else in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need edV l All town Big Bundle of Currency is a pretty dangerous thing to display or to bo known to bo about you But a chock book of the State Bank arid Trust Co is never a temptation to violanco It is of no use except to tho owner Why not carry such a chock book instead of the dangerous cash Some murdered men would still be living if they had followed that prudential plan Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKlllipp VeterInary cc liege Veterinary Surgeon Olllce at J R Azbills Stable Office Phono 09 Kos Phone 532 f Richmond Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Telephone 267 Office in Oldham Building O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burma llen- nyDENTIST Over State Bank Trust Company TELEPHONE 206 CA scrLL1Vt ATTORNBYATLA S13HMOND KENTUCKY JfBce over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street rlI We are Receiving the Choicest Lot of e Evaporated Fruit The best Canned Goods and the choi A cest brands ot Fancy Groceries We J I make it a point to combine quality- with tJ quantity andalways at the lowest tJ of market prices See our beautiful line of J Queensware Wooden Granite and Willow Ware f rSEWELL c t GROCERSTelephone Representative of the National Cooperative Realty Company JNAIHIGGINS 258 E Main Street KyrI have opened my Real Estate offland will be glad to recieive your list of For Sale or RenfTBrbperty City ProJ pet ty or Farm LndliHave arranged to have property well advertised in home papers and National Bulletin cRaNTCOlr Dr L iiLi 1i I I v 11 j ir I f i f E Jf t 1 Eli 4ui Ll Iu1rJnurcLiTi ITCS STANIFERPresents for your consideration all this week a grand display of mens and boys Spring and Summer Clothing Never before have we shown such an ex tensive array of stylish spring wearing apparel We feel sure that our exhibition during the coming week will be the great est of the kind ever attempted in this por tion of the country and are sire that it is wurthy of every man and boys attention who wants to buy the best garments that money can buy fljWe 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 2G lines of Mens Suits are in a class by them selves and we know that garments of equal yalue 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 very high type and will command a great deal of attention virfVi 4 We are proud of our line of Mens Suits we are able to sell at 1500 and we wish to be put on record that the man who buys one of these suits will get more style better quality and a more perfect fit than he ever thought it possible to secure at 500 The Finer Suitsthe suits you would pay 35 and 40 formay be 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 of suits In this line we feat- ureADLERS COLLEGIAN CLOTHES There is a wonderful line of Mens Top Coats on display at 1250 to 15 It consists of many new shades of tan and fancy colored cloth in quality style or value We will match it against any line of top coats no matter what price the are sold at Come and see them Select the Boys Suits EarlyLittle fellows from 3 to 8 years of age can be rigged out becomingly from our great line of Russian and Sailor Suits all the best material will be found in this assortment Splendid Quality Suits at 350 Others at 250 500 and 600VBoys between age of 7 and 17 are stylishly and correctly dressed when they wear Knickerbocker Suits with double or single breasted coats These garments are made from cheviots and worsteds and come in all colors among the popular gray and brown 5 is the price of our Special Number Other Prices 330 4 6 7 and 10 Suits for young men from 15 to 20 years of age These garments are tailored by men who do noth ing but tailor suits 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 TheHoyalJSSTANIFER Corner Second Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES Berch Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed npf to Shrink or Fade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits allsizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New St- ylejJjatSd cand Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etc iait lowest prices for high clasliAOOfJsC L1B1 Stouffer1otbIor an VJVJ TaI1otha aoJa khad Base Ball and Bat given freewith each Boys Knick erbocker Suit over 350 and Main Richmond Kentucky W7LT DOUCLAS 3OOs35040055 SHOEB UNION BoysShoes MADE j 2001 anil 250FostfotoreytUt nw L UougIas kois are the loweit price quality cofwdered in the world dIepayeghighyou Reed a pair IveW LDouglas sboes yourfootwear LaTebeeRIf you could vuit our large factories yourselffiwear longer than other makes IstmpedSbsUtuTte1nltrwrlle for Ml1 Order Cslalog WLDoulOB SALE BT Rice Arnold Try Miry PatentFiourzj am the Now ThU in town Phone 67 J28U J B sanders Ii Co wrxI3V Cream Vermifuge ThE 9AA1TEI WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TtfWC- acwAttc or iLivyies TMtemi pftspee XMT UrdSuow LitGa r LOVI 1III hW IUjy4 FmRmdvFWukBwi There are two fOrma of bodily ctamttss the external awl the ia raaU The one is for your pnde ia yourself the other for your life and health Both are important but of vastly more importaace in the long run is the internal cleanliness Tbte la one point that all should watch about their fcody the cJeaalln es of the bowels them clean sad tree fro- obstructions To do thta you must have boweJtiescldoes not do this naturally ia the process of eating and drlnklncr then you must obtain aid of some kind After finding out that cathartics salts and such things relieve you for a day but bind you up worse than ever the next then try a simpler nnd more natnralremedy like Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin beIdnbottleUseyou that a brief continuance of Its use will relieve you permanentlythat It wltl train the stomach and bowel muscles to again work naturally at certain hours flttycentsmany others are doing They began with rmtbottlemerits they buy the one dollar family size All the members of the family can youngestA tonic formindigestion keepYOUsmall cost Such Is the experience of many families like that of Mrs Oscar DanIelSaroncould be named pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelYfreeletter and he will reply to you In detail For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For eIther request the doctnrs address is Dr W B Caldwell H500 Cald well building Montlcello HI STOCKTON HAGAN BILLS ENACTED BY LEGISLATURE Complete List of Measures Passed by Kentucky Solons THOSE VETOED ALSO GIVEN Large Majority of the Bills Do Not Become Laws Until Ninety Days After Adjournment of the Assem blySome Few With Emergency Clause Attached Become Effective at Once Frankfort KySpeclalThe fol lowing is a complete list of all the bills that were enacted by the recent legislature and approved by the gov ernor or allowed to become laws with out his signature A list of the bills vetoed by the governor Is also given Some few of these bills have an emergency clause attached to them and become effective at once but the large majority of them do not become the law till 90 days after the adjournment ot the legislature which will be June 15 this year The governor vetoed 29 bills but two of them were passed over his veto these two being House Bills 51 and 347 It is believed this Is the largest number of bills ever vetoed for any one session in the history of the state Senate Bills S B No2 H D Newcomb Jefferson county Enabling Louisville to construct a public hospital- S B No5 G T Wyatt Logan countyProvIding for the condemna tion of property for municipal pur poses in cities of the fourth class S B No9 L W Arnett Kenton countyTo make Oct 12 this year and Oct 12 of each succeeding y ar a legal holiday to be known as Co lumbus Day S B No 13 J T Pritchard Boyd countYTo change the time of hold ing court in the Thirtysecond Judi cial district- S B No 18 H D Newcomb Jet ferson countyAct to repeal Section 1725 Kentucky Statutes so that the Jefferson circuit clerk will be on same footing as other circuit clerks as to fees In criminal cases S B No 24 Conn Linn Galloway countyProviding that when the regular circuit Judge can not preside the governor shall appoint as a substitute a Judge of another district whose court is not in session and adding 1200 a year to the salary of the regular judges for the extra services- S B No 25 Conn Linn Cailoway countyAppropriating 30000 annu ally for use of the stato board of health for preventing the spread of diseaseS No 26 J A Donaldson Carroll countyTo establish a bureau of vital statistics and to provide for the registration of all births and deaths- S B No 27 E M Taylor Fulton county Changing the time of hold ing circuit courts in tho counties of the First Judicial district- S B No 31 Mark Ryan Louis ville Authorizing Jefferson county to supplement the salaries of her circuit judges s B No 40 H D Newcomb Lou isville To reduce the amount of bond required by sheriffs by the fis cal court S B No 41 H D Newcomb Jefferson countyTo provide electrocution as the means of inflicting the death penalty and providing that all electrocutions shall take place in the penitentiary at Frankfort S D No 48 Conn Linn Cailoway countyTo amend section 13 chapter 221 Ken StaL relating to courts of justiceS 53 B M Arnett Jessa mine county Providing that all actions for libel against newspapers shall be brought In the county where plaintiff resides or where newspaper published or where act was done S B No 59 J J Watkins Union county Changing the form of ballot In voting on question of allowing live stock to run at large on landsS uninclosedI No 63 ThosA ette countyAppropriating 7500 to help pay for statute of Gen John ItMorgan at Lexington- S B No 67 N B Chlpman Pens dlcton county Providing for county inspectors of apiaries and to protect bees from foul brood and other dis easesS B No 68 N B Chlpman Pen dletoa county Permitting Kentucky insurance companies to invest ia the VcompanlesSron countyProviding that before ceoyerative assessment life and car 01Ilt1 W urance companies can begin btMjtee theyust show that 50Q per anchaveSJ No 71C M Thomas Bour bo eoaaty Frovkfee tw what Is town M Ind termlete sentences for convicted eflMM18tbelrcult Mee to fix tengtk ef sentence the ary to 4ecle guilty or ast guilty 0grJboaparole law and enactta a not ttW I ini atMiL L L nlQIt MiiffffV1 J =Ii It eformoe1 i fc aft eiveta wi beeoBlMdjexceptbabltualcrlmlulsof gAnldersonlibrary commission of five membersIno salary object to aid with those establishing libraries S B No 87 H D Newcomb Jefferson countyAlpropriating10OOOa- nnualIy for Kentucky Home Society for Colored Children- S B Nor 89HJ ttewcorab Jef ferson county Providing punishment of persons responsible for the condi tions that render a child dependent neglected or delinquent- S B No 90 R L Hubble Lincoln countyMaking men over 60 years old ineligible for Jury service S B No 91 Mark Ryan Louis ville Providing that waterworks di rectors in ilbulsvllle may succeed themselves in office and increasing maximum amount for which refund ing bonds may be issued by the water company from 100000 to 1500000 S B No 92 Conn Linn Galloway countyRegulating civil proceedings for libel against newspapers by pro viding that a prompt retraction bars recovery of punitive damages- S B No 93 P J Beard Shelby countyTo authorize the refunding anti repayment of Inheritance taxes where the amount of the legacy to each legatee is less than 500 S B No 98 E Bertram Clinton countyTo change the time of hold Ing courts in the Twentyeighth Ju dicial district- S B No 102 A R Burnam Madi son countyProviding that the moth er shall be on equality with the fath er in appointing guardian for chil dren amending Sections 2016 2020 2021 and 2033 Kentucky Statutes- S B No 120 W V Eaton Me Cracken countyTo regulate the in troduction of expert testimony- S B No 129 IL D Newcomb Jef ferson countyTo amend the school laws and provide for the election of a board of education in cities of the first class and to define the duties of said board Intended to take school board out of politics- S B No 134 Mark Ryan Louis ville To increase the powers ol state board of pharmacy- S B No 139 Mark Ryan Louis ville Providing for an Increase of from 700 to 1000 for assistants to probation officers for delinquent and dependent children In cities of the first and second class S B No 144 H H Smith Knott countyFixing a penalty for destruction of fish by guns loaded with steel balls and copper jackets S B No 165 G T Wyatt Logan countyTo amend the landlords lien lawS B No 181 T A Combs Fay ette county Appropriating 2322 to pay the expenses of the tax revision commissionS 1S2 T A Combs Fay ette countyTo amend Section 5G4 Kentucky Statutes relative to Issual of stock by private corporations- S B No 190 C W Nagel New portTo limit the liability of mem bers of mutual assessment fire insurance companies- S B No 193 R M Salmon Hop- kIns countyTo provide lifesaving apparatus for Inspector of mines and his assistants- S B No 201 J F Bosworth Bell county Increasing salaries of assist ant mine inspectors to 1800 per yearS B No 211 NC Cureton Louis yuleTo legalize slave marriages and the issue of same in this state- S B No 236 Mark Ryan Louis ville To promote and compel attend ance of children in schools and to prevent truancy in cities of the first four classes S B No 240 G T Wyatt Logan county Requiring that bonds of public officials shall be for a definite penal sum- S B No 241 G T Wyatt Logan countyProviding for the registra tion of motor vehicles and uniform rules regulating use and speed of same license fee must be paid to secretary of state S B No 245 T A Combs Fay ette countyTo amend charter of second class cities in reference to levying and collecting taxes and pro viding for submitting to vote any ad ditional Indebtedness- S B No 246 T A Combs Fay ette countyTo amend charter of second class cities relating to control and improvement of streets public ways landings wharves grounds and cldewalks S B No 247 T A Combs Fay etto countyProviding for a fine of 100 or less for cruelty to animals and providing for destruction of animals to prevent suffering- S B No 248 T A Combs Fay ette county Authorizing formation of corporation to do a trust banking and title Insurance business In coun ties having a population of more than 30000 and under 100000- S B No 253 J J A Donaldson Car roll countyTo amend Section 3704 Kentucky Statutes so as to allow fifth class towns to lease wharf privi leges for five years S B No 279 E1 Taylor Fulton county To amend Sections 786 and 793 Kentucky Statutes by providing for fining the railroad engineers and firemen for failure to blow whistle at crossingsS 284 R L Hubble Lin coin countyAuthorizing transporta tion companies to sell unclaimed articles in six months after arriving at destination and to sell perishable goods sooner- S B No 307 J J Watkins Union county To amend an act entltlefl an act to establish a public school It MorganCeld Union county- S B No 318T A Combs Pay iaIPlenty of fresh air sleeping putdoors and a plain nourishing diet are al good and he1fuJbut the most important of all i- sScotts Emulsion It is the standard treat Kent prescritjed by phy sicians allover the world for this dread disease It is the ideal foodmedi cine to heal the lungs and build up the wasting body FOR SALT BY Ait DRUGGISTS aB Ifci BMW rf row aM tM cd for Mr towUfel gnbwr Bwk aM CblU bctofcKonk XMfc kwk costala a flood 10IMk 1IoINr ICOITtI BOWM4GeIeMaKY 1OR CQNGV 6We are uutkociaed to announce Hon 1fv iiLbscotn COtaatYI btcorwp r iE tVl If you buy MUSHROOMS and they KILL YOU they are Toadstools The just SS good kihd oiF prfriting may not kill but it is I 6 to 1 it wJll make you MAD The CLIMAX PRINTING causes that PLEASED expression ette counTy To Increase the salary of governors stenographer to 1500 per annum S B No 320 Conn Linn Galloway county Providing for a and jail In Galloway courthouseI S B No 322 L W ton county To amend the statute concerning conveyances S B No 329 J F Bosworth Bell countyTo increase salary of secre Lazy of board of control to 1800 a year and pay his traveling expenses when on official business- S B No331 Thos A Combs Fay otto county TO allow assistants clerks of house and senate pay for reading proof of Journal of the two bodiesS No 336 E E Hogg Owsley countyTo pay the Interest on war rants for the charitable institutions heretofore issued also appropriating 25000 for new building at Feeble Minded Institute 65000 for Central asylum for water supply- S B No 347 C M Ttomas Bourbon countyAppropriating 3000 an nually as an expense fund for the governor House Bills H BNO 1 W G Kean Cumber land countyTo increase salary of state librarian to 1800 and assistant to 1200 II B No3 Lilliard Carter Anderson countyProviding for the printing of all court of appeals de- cIsions H B No 18 H L Lewis Boyd countyTo regulate the time of hold lug circuit courts in the Twentieth Judicial district- H B No 19 J H Evans Lee countyProviding for exchange of certificates of registration with other states allowing registered pharmacists of foreign states to practice under the rules of the Kentucky board of pharmacyH 28 W H Newell Campbell county Providing for the establishment of public cisterns hydrants and reservoirs In cities of the second class and giving power to cities own Ing system to supply water to other or neighboring municipalities In tended to apply to Newport only H B No 30 W H Newell Camp bell countyProviding for the classi fication of the town of Clifton Camp bell county to the list of names of cities of fifth class Also transfers Middlesboro and Somerset to third class cities and Barbourvillo to fourth class H B No 32 A J Counts Carter countyCreating a county school book commission composed of coun ty superintendent of schools and the county hoard of examiners H B No 38 R D Hunter Clark countyPlacing misdemeanor cases on same footing with felony cases in order that persons charged with minor offenses can be tried at same term of court at which indictment was found H B No 44 P W Berkshire Da viess county Providing for the changing of the time of holding court in Daviess county H B No 49 W F Klair Lexing tonProviding for an appointment of an assistant assessor In counties hav ing a population of 40000 or over H B No 51 W F Klair Lexing tonProviding for the recording of the names of persons pooling tobacco or any farm product Vetoed but passed over governors veto H B No 59 J T Buford Frank lin countyAppropriating 50000 for the completion of the new state capl tol grounds- H B No 66 J S Steers Grant countyTo make warehouse receipts by corporations negotiable and transferable Intended specially for Bur ley Tobacco society- H B No 93 Hugh Mahin Jessa mine county To protect religious worship in assemblages known as camp meetings H BNo 94 J W Turner John son countyTo change the time of holding circuit courts in Floyd Knox Pike Johnson and Martin counties- H B No 106 H J Myers Cov IngtonTo provide the manner of holding circuit courts In counties having therein cities of the second and third class so that courts may be held in Middlesboro which is not a county seat H B No 107 H J Myers Cov IngtonProviding for the election of four county commissioners who with the county Judge shall comprise the fiscal court of the counties- H B No 108 R H Moss Larue countyTo define the crime of abortion and prescribe a penalty therefor- H B No 122 J P Chinn Mercer county Appropriating 12000 for Colored State Normal school Th- egmor vetoed 2200 of the sum ap 124 F J Brown Nelson countyProviding for the election of town marshals in cities of the sixth classH B No 125Z A Clore Oldham county Fixing penalty for disorderly persons on railway trains and prohib iting drinking liquor on trains H BNo 130 M G Colson Pu laski countyRequiring certain qual- Ifications for mine foremen H B No 135 JRClaypool Simp son county Making it unlawful for persons to sign an agreement to refrain from growing any crop H B No 138 S D Hines Warren countyChanging the time of hold Ing courts in the Eighth Judicial district H B No 147 S D Hlnes Warren county Providing for separate apart nents for white and colored people tIes of reorm No 1UI county Authorlzrg raiuoaito rry on a ferry business H B No 156 Lillard Carter An I rson county Providing for nut form series of schools of this HB No 17 Louisville taxation in of the first class sation to be their deputies- H B No 198 Madison county for the the Kentucky recording of land providing tions for the sale corded in the lands arQ H B No Boone county ful to take land of another ten consent of H B No 210 Boone county property of a exempt from H B No 253 by countyAn late the pooling making it lawful persons to H B No 258 countyAct to practice of barber inspector H B No Warren county providing weights for tor of weights countiesH No 301 roll county To quarantine providing for and federal easeH B No 302 tenden county of the Dyesburg H B No 303 boro To limit third class systemsH mortgaging No 325 empowering city bet back taxes cia condition of II B No 331 ty countyTo Jailers by a day for of 50 cents H B No 342 Muhlenburg 13500 for water ate home H B No 347 by countyTo mont of to prevent in Shelby county nor but passed H B No Woodford 10000 a year Home for H B No 359 derson county holding circuit Judicial district countyTo IL B No 373 Satisfactionoleomargarine ment of trustees mies and countyProviding II B No 391 urer road work H B No 397 mittee on reenact Section utes entitled ial Men by must lien be given H B No 398 Louisville To of tenement and of first class countyTo H B No 401 preparation of farmersH and the No 416 ville To amend relative to the bor law and certificates by ingtonProviding H B No 423 turnpikes by special elections chase does not one year interestbearing CommitteeTo H B No 469 claims against H B No 477 tonTo Kentucky amend ernment of cities authorizing a sloa adopting a H B No 484 son county hours shall borers and all public work H B No 491 ington To cial district and sixth and districts and to of courts in said H B No 502 derson county 281 of the Code nal cases so court Upon and for cause aside an ject to exception- H B No 523 county To living on islands river within to keep up river H B No 539 isville To tct for nd sale of Sanitary LW I I I ic4 III I always on hand or adulterated butter it is so labeled OHglnatad by Com To am4nd section tor Article the Kentucky Statutr s stock of fire Insur 10 per share instead by the Governor H H Smith Inc a subexpt Eastern Kentucky an to be undor th experiment station a E M Taylor Fnfo salary of IHJSM to 3000 and chaiiijri J R Catlett Call pay for jur but do not s Conn Linn cilfc Sifiooo 0 d testablishniar for treatiuen it B M Arnett JeaProviding for PPVf examiners for att appointed by secret ry E E Ilog Ows v the sale of faitheir adult a C W Naajd Na section 3i8 K n relative to furabr l lt and county clerks so may buy their recdthey r lease J C Graham Gray define what is JOIKWI of prisoners and pro introduction of evldenc P J Cosgrove Louis a pension fund foe school teachers in of the firstclass Hugh Mabin Jrssa Tbprotlde for addition of jurora 9 D O McVeaa Cov the ofice of dint rct commonwealths attor containing cities o W A Price Covin the registration Inspectors of plumbin in first and secondda S D Hinea Warre for teaching den public schools 153 H A berthAppropriating Fair buildings at J T Buftrd Frank Allowing commissions conn at Frankfurt 194 L B Herrtngion An act appropriat State University Kentucky Normal 22503 to the Euh rn L C LittrelU Owen providing for a pension soldiers and widows soldiers S M Russell TodJ appropriate 5tOO to monument at birih Davis 297 J K Xiijunenn To prevent placi candidates put cm I al under any put de 81 F E Graves llf Providing that pro by the ttI Ion county city or taxing be begun within live rights first accrued 381 F K Graves Mc To protect pur where same has been for delinquent taxes S B Johnson Perry the benefit of per have been sold for release on rec auditor R H Atkin Cald prevent waiters and tips In hotels and 11 F Pogue Crit Providing for the ben children of the non Me deceased W G Keen Cum To create the office of attorney not less than W F Klair Lexing section 1840 Ken relative to the inns courts in appropri keep in repair public 6ii originated by the Committee Providing council in cities of sec have power to increase of policemen ant petition of the commis place them under civil appropriation bills imrt and approved in II D Newcomb Jef Appropriating 40000 institution at Louis and paying a Approved alt lint R U Hublile Lin Authoring an appropri for improvements at School for the Deaf for 8SOO M Taylor Futon rrriUIt approrf r deacltiin expenses of and to erect aeces Approved all p bythecareI irt h i bathNItheyhave fromriourIVcardbringsIIjUtratd literature Co1k