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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a li t Ir u i t SectionP1 TIlERICHMOND CLIMAXSection 1 e r 136th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 1910 L NUMBER 45 i I WALL PAPER Friendat I fi he get sack Oblisk flour makes such bread biscuits cake pastry and much Try and proVo Oblisk flourcostsno- more than ordinary brands once you havo you would pay more for Insist Oblisk There many imi tations Burnside Robinson wCoal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster MaterialronOffice and Warehouse on LEC N R R rsPHONE 142 RICHMOND yw ero r 3 is a of It so of it it it it it pn are r ra so VULCANrLOWS ley The Vulcan Plow Co- EVAHSVILLE IBB1 lasWellFinished Strong Durable Light Draft rye i Rib Strengthened Full Chilled Shinpiece Interlocked d Point Land and Standard has Face Chill Edge Chill Long Snoot Chill Patented Extension and is the rte STRONGEST and MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made tg When buyinG a Plow Consider First Price Second atmFOR SA BY ark t Siffifflonsoa Beathera e 2r rural AGENTS ti rD Wholesale and Retail iV JYulcan Chilled Plows and Repairs Syracuse Hill 4 RsidePlows and Repairs 1141er A Wood Harrows Mowers Buckeye Cultivators Hamilton Corn rdl Planters Repairs for South Bend Plows 20rGIVE US A CALL a5D rl tt ts J dMtiu Y h at 4M n fiN 1x- lnr ion hfive rued 3Mp brn Sell taY- CaWe Perry Mdanton nc e CaldPatternsand sand J Oc Each CrIt bc- 1Mto vCum Right Way to get good work is- o your paper from an up to date- neand an uptodate paper hanger delicious mid though used willingly getting Mold Point Wide quality Bindprs buy Hung As A Spy A Reminescense ot the Late War in Which a Madison County Boy Figured following clipping vas secured 1ThO tho courtesy of Squiro Wm of Waco who knew well tho writer and his parents who wero residents of this county residing at that time four miles east of Waco In looking over some old papcrs Mr Wm G Anderson of this vicinity found a letter that had a very sad history It was written by young Ephraim Dodd a Confederate soldier born arid reared in thiscounty and was hung as a spy The letter was written to his parents just be Toro his deathand by them sent to Mr Andersons family who were friends Urolderciti7enswho remember the family wilirbadthe letter with melan choly interest Knoxville Jail Jan Gthjrai Mr Travis Dodd Richmond Ky My Dear FatherUnder far dif ferent circumstances to those by which I was surrounded when Llast wrote I take my seat to write you this letter I am under closeTguard and laboring un der tho sentence of DEATH pronounced by the courtmartial held inthis city I was captured in Sevier county 1C miles Southeast of this place while on my way to rejoin my command with Long street By referring to tho map you will notice Loudon on the Holston river on tho railroad running from Chattanooga to Knoxville After Longstrect came up from Braggs army to Knoxvillo preceded by ourdivison of cavalry our wagon trains cavilry came up to Loudon I ltd not been with the command sine Braggs retreat from Tullahoma to Bridgeport and the linobf the Tennessee river I lost my horse pa the retreat and it is almost impossible to get them in Ga After we came to Loudon I bought a horse to trade for a better one and went with a detail from camp up the little Tennessee river for the purpose of getting a horse While wo were out Lgot a horse and the Federal troops cpming up from Chattanooga to relieve Hurnsido Knoxville got possession of the coun try our trains going on tOlhe army in my absence We started to gp though Blountand Sovier counties along the foot of the mountain Strawberry Plains in Jefferson county to whore we understood Longstrcet was There were nine or ten to1getherthere1 our horses were captured ran into the Federal pickets wore fired upon lee of f i Jx1ng 1 p juris ilrort rubi4c PADn 412 W P BAXTER run across a field one of the boys with us had his horse to fall with him my saddle turned briddlo broke and my animal got away from me the third man jumped ort his horse and thus we lost our horses We made put on foot come around the town and some seven miles above to Little river where we laid up tho next day in the woods arid at night crossed the river and came to a Mr Hiram BaylbsTo whom I had been refer red by Major Pugb as a good Southern man Wo got something to eat and stayed there till tho next evening then got directions to Timothy Chandlers in Sovier county We missed the way two or three times and had to stop and inquire W 0 passed near to where some Homo Guards were camped finally found Mr Chandlers got something to eat and directions Twas dark and rainy 10 oclocKat night we wcntto his barn and concluded to get in the straw and stay till the next night and then go through we thought we could make it ThO next day the Homo Guards got on track searched the barn found the two men that were with me and then myself I had on a blue Federal overcoat and blue pants when captured The pants is our uniform I was tried by the courtmartial as a spy but the charge and specifications could notbo sustained yet tjtep have tomorIrow2 r sr I feel preparod to meet my fate as a soldier and firmly rely upon Gods promises to save the penitent I feel and know hat my past life has not been in accordance with the commands laid down in tho Bible but yet I know that Ho is able to save All that is required is a full surrender of heart which I freely give relying implicity on the promises of His Holy Word for accept ance I find much comfort in the scriptures which shall be my last and latest companion I am treated as kindly by the guard as I could under the circum stancesTho Rev Mr Martin of tho Presby terian church is visiting me and affords me much consolation also Mr Boiling ton Chaplain of the 11th Ohio and tho Chaplain of the Post Mr Bent I fool dear Father and Mpthor that if I suffer penalty tomorrow that the exchange of worlds will be for tho better that I will join my sainted mother in heaven there and adore God end loss futurityiI want you to give my love after ae cjpting for yourself and my mother the deepest of my heart to all my friends Do not grieve for me mydear paents for I am leaving a world of sin and crime for one or perfect bliss 1 can say no more Your loving SOn E S Dodd Private Co D Terrys Texas Rangers To my parents Mr Travis Dodd and Mrs Nannie Dodd For Sale We 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 were finished it began earning four4 per cent is now earning eight 8 per cent and before the year is out will bo earning twelve IS per cent an increase from year to year Tho officers are B F WilcoX Pros Owen Witt Vice Pres J F Mauls Sec and W P Williams Treas For futher rs references and prices address FarrisBridge Company 204 Diamond Bank Bldg Pittsburgh Pa 2 Libel Suits Tbo Lexington Leader commends the utterance of Cdl W P Walton on libel suits which wo reproduced some days ago and hopes the editors of Kentucky will some day havo enough influence in the General Assembly to secure the passage of a law that will save news papers from mulcting As the law stands pow the most innocent errors which really harms no one may be made the bassis of a suit in some remote county There are damagesuit lawyers always ready to take cases of this kind on a 50 per cent basis and whatever they and their clients can realize out of he newspapers is so much easy money If a newspaper wilfully slacdersaman it ought to be made to pay damages byway of punishment or by np innocent error it materially injures a man beyond the power of reparation by a prompt correction it ought to make reasonable compensation but it is an unjust law that makes it possible for a shyster lawyer to drag a publisher into court to defend a libel suit based on some trivial error in the remote county in tho State in which a copy of the paper happened to go Concrete nests last forever For sale by O W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Rich mond Kentucky tf Eggs For Sale J have for sale Black Minorca Rhode Island Reds Sl00 per setting for 15 2 settings for 4150 C M Embry Phono 312 R MQbcrly Ky 4t J R Pennington Dentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky The Wrong Way is to buy a lot o old stock and get anybody to hang it for you Phone 111 A t f f d iIJk t Less= Our liberal guarantee is backed up by the Stearns Foster Co and proves beyond doubt 1 the superior quality of Stearns Foster mattresses iffi TJlSrEAf8SFQSTER ss make price Stearns Mattresses important r = something no maker allows you to do The of most mattresses is a dark secret and you cant judge merely by a ticking or a clerks pleasant talk M ak in today k soldon 60 nights free trial MJ to Oldharn LackeyWhy Do You Suffer With headache biliousness constipation and the ills it brings with it when Foleys Orino Laxative taken regularly and as directed will relieve and cure you or these ilia It tones up all 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 and now is the time to take it It clears and tones up your entire system For sale by Stockton Son Heavy impure blood makes a mud dy pimply complexion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes Y11 weak pale sickly Burdock Blood Sitters makes the blood riot red pure restores perfect health Poultrymen investigate the now con crete nests They are worth your while For a mild easy action of the bowels a single dose oi Doans Regulets is enough Treatment cures habitual constipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggist fcr them rm tt Pr H E us ash Store Ieadf ring 1910 t Better yFor Money JtWJR H tl 4iWeWant to Sell You ThrSSeason NALLPAPERif Mattress WINDSORGRADE hn 13e5 1Weat any WI All Foster vv allow you to examIne the J the side to mSldelriJ of the very mattress you bu other inside pretty Come Every mattress vv Eggs Eggs Eggs We are in tho market for all the fresh clean eggs you can bring us This is season for storing and we will nay you the highest market price Gott Bros Fine Eggs For Sale I have lot of fullblooded single comb brown leghorn eggs for sale at 81 per setting of 15 eggs or 3150 for two settings MRS Jonx RICE f23tf K D 3 Richmond t v i 1 i1T or 3 t t r most I H 1 MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA mSldn Sufferers Drop Greasy Salves and Nasty Medicines b That mild soothing liquid D D D Irescription stops the awful itch with the first drops A prescription of ac knowledge value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will take ifawaythe itch right away and you will sleep soundly AVe assure you personal ly of the merits of this remedy for we know Sold by Stockton Son Richmond Ky We Sell May Manton PatternsflOc Each ItyT Spring 1910 Q 4 tthe idiot jc i reasv F yearsnmtar J f is very promising We = are after our share Therefore we have 1 clva vv ByersbtItswe were able to secure large jyantitics of merchandise at rock bottom o Jet 1it prices enabling us toMU 1itiPfs t sseasbh There aie tibett values t B shad outs i ft nt ut than we offer Remember we eepL s f 1ft Lln ropr ultonA ts a j fo Dru Sodd Clothing Shoes G9 pets No ting Rugs Trunks Telescopes ftc Etc c ifeJof t i1 Cen l rrtAdc y t K en e j d L i jrti Nhh f r yohar dfuitlil Ladies dorGents ttViaiakA are1 i e rlstsiii r V continue to believe fii1t fj 7 tat iI rfi k gi fi 1 1 r r 1X77 l 4t i 11 tIf J 1 f 4 Hone st ttP4fpr ces A J 1 j 1t4 r itdi tii j w ii p1 Lr I f t4 j ii IITW i t r Y 1 5 L t k if i F t ras 4T s t Fay 1 7j w 4 4 p Rf n i a S fV r w i i r b tyz VL b jfcS I 4 h ii1tj 1 J tS= IE3io 1 b j dt ji 1 yE 8 r 1II e rstiJ- arJ I 7 J I df- Jitt t Il1 f C 1 I c I f 11ty u h u W j f H r w r w I cHt7 I E Tobacco Canva 2 12 3 and 3 12 Thompsons Glovefitting Corsets BUY EARLY I Just look at McKees while down street if you want to see something new and pretty for spring They are getting y in all of their 4 NeWt Ginghams to Cheviots and White Materials Be sure and see their Embroideries T i for they are the handsomest we have ever bought at the price Owen McK e T See Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns The Richmond Climax PUBllSatO WEOKEStT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOII Uimber ol PRESS ted FUBUSIERS FUICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APR 13 1010 THE Eastern Kentucky State Normal has certainly not suffered during the past year on account of not having aI president On the other hand theyears work has been exceptionally successful and gratifying to friends of the school In accomplishing this great credit is duo Mrs It N Roark She was placed in charge of the school at a most critical time Dr Roark had been sick for several months and was unable to attend to his duties The school was running without a leader and consequently much 4nnerstrife was unavoidable Mrs Roark was familiar with the general administration of the school and was acquainted with Dr Roarks plans and ideals This combined withhcr administrative ability her strong courage and her acquaintance throughout the State especially fitted her as a successor to her talented husband Taking charge of the school as acting president on April 1st 1000 she has brought success and harmony out of discord and seeming failure She has strengthened every department of the school and during vacation she instituted a farreaching campaign for new students At present there is a total co rollmont of 725 students and indications point to the thousand mark by the close of the summer term It Is the hope of every friend of education in Kentucky that Mrs Roark will remain in connec tion with the school Dr Crabbe as the new President will have an able assistant and sympathetic advisor in Mrs Roark We wish for tho city and state that she may remain in educational work Dr Crabbe will find in the school much enthusiasm interest and support in his new work This spirit has been instilled in them is a part of them and together with the hearty cooperation of the faculty Dr Crabbo administration is bound to prove a brilliant success THERE is a general complaint over the state from from stock raisers because of the little hope of boing reimbursed in the near future sheep killed by dogs during the winter season The amount of claims are far in advaco of the available cash from dog tax No other funds can bo used in paying for sheep nod the farmers will be forced to grin and wait This state of affairs should not exist because there are enough dogs in Madison and other counties if all were assessed to more than pay the claims We trust this year a special effort will be made to assessevery dog in this county of legal age and it might be well to remember a severe penalty is prescribed for thoko who fall to list their dogs LAST Friday completed the 28th year of Mr Harry Sommers management of the Elizabclhtown News during which time ho has made the News one of the cleanest newiest and best papers in the State Mr Sommers is one of the most popular members of the Kentucky Press Association and The Climax extends hearty congratulations and best wishes for the News and its able management many more years of popularity and suc cess TnE next census report will reveal a remarkable growth in the population of Richmond If our citizens will exert a little energy and push ten years from to day will find us with a popufation more than double tho present inhabitanco LET things alone theyre good enough for us is a common expression of men who stand in the way of progress 1in overyjpwn They would like to liar things continue in the same old way fifty years ago So many strange and unheard of things are foretold for the meeting of Halleys comet and the earth that tho old adage ihere is nothing new under tho sun will be proved a straight out lie Tit su people whb complain most of spring fever are afflicted with this malady or the hook worm the year wand Auj Btraiuif le air Individual ft i ft kaUlf1 d tirlM 4IiUti 3 f i 1 Prof Crabbes Splen did Record Receives Highest Praise From State Press for Labors in Behalfol Education Prof J G Crabbe the newlyelected president of tho Eastern Kentucky State Normal School in this city is being highly commended by the State press for his labors as Superintendent of Public Schools of Kentucky which heartily endorse his selection as president of our Normal School The following very complimentary notices attest to the high esteem in which Professor Crabbo is hold throughout the State He is an educator of wide reputation and Rich mond is indeed proud to have him in her midst Professor John G Crabbo as Superin tendent of Public Instruction has made one of the most painstaking intelligent and best that over filled the office to tho satisfaction of friend and foe Danville Advocate In retiring from the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Prof J G Crabbe carries with him the confidence and respect of the people of Ken tucky without regard to party Ho has been n faithful capable and conscien tious public servant and the public schools of Kentucky have prospered under his management Indeed it is but just to say that aided by the provisions of the pew school law enacted in 1008 ho has been able to inaugurate a now era in the development of the public schools of the Commonwealth and particularly in the rural schools where the help was roost needed The now field of work Prof Crabbo isi to enter is rich in possibilities for good to the cause of education in Kentucky and as he has shovn that this is where his heart lies ho will doubtless give to it every bit of talent and enthusiasm at his command The State Journal as sures him of its good wishes and be speaks for Kim success ExGov J C W Hcckham in Frankfort State Journal The news that now comes from Rich mond that State Superintendent of Public Instruction J G Crabbe is about to resign to accept the presidency of the Eastern Normal School there has been whispered at Frankfort for some time Should Prof Crabbo decide to do so Richmond and the Normals gain would be loss to tho State of Kentucky No State superintendent in many years has donees public school in terests of theSlate as Prof Crabbe The Interior Journal Democratic to the Core takes great pleasure in paying this humble tribute to an official of the opposite faith who can truly step out of office with the ecomium Well done thou giodaiid faithful servant We have had the pleasure of watching Prof Crabbes work intimately during the past two years at Frankfort and if all public servants were air faithful to the people as he tho old State would go forward by leaps and bounds Prof Crabbe docs not carryhb polities into the ex oguvion of ill duty Hd rightly by tevw rtnJ prftsUfW lH l sshGalirii9ttld W rfill f frlltUiif ftill Jirti tile 659 el1 I II iWJ iri Wr lUfW the secrets of his success and the confidence in which ho is held by those who are familiar with the active steps taken in recent years to give educational work in Kentucky thin prominence which it should have Stanford Journal rnoF CKABBES GOOD RECORD Louisville Times Prof J G Crabbo has made an excel lent record as Superintendent of Public Instruction It goes without saying that ho will be a capable head for the Eastern Kentucky Normal school There will be general regret when he rot res from the office ho has filled with such signal ability to take up his new duties Under Prof Crabbes administration the State has made marked progress in educational matters and no small part of that progress hao been due to the energy ho has manifested in the direction of the Department of Education He is the originator of tho whirlwind cam paign which has been a potent force for stimulating popular interest in the welfare of the schools The plan has been widely copied and has worked well In a number of States which took it up after the successful culmination of the first campaign In Kentucky The bulletins of the department which Prof Crabbo has issued at Ifre quent intervals during his incumbency have been of unvarying interest to all who are concerned in the educational uplift of the State They have dealt with vital topics and have been pre pared with care and good judgment His official reports have been able and comprehensive Prof Crabbe has mado teaching his lifes vocation He is en thusiastic in his desiro to do good for the people of his State and his enthusiasm is so unflagging that it has awakened a kindred spirit in many localities in Ken tucky and has brought the school issue prominently to the front in places where it had languished for years Prof Crrbbo has set a high mark for future incumbents of the office of Super intendent of Public Instruction There tisno doubt that he will make the East ern Kentucky Normal scho thoroughly worthy of itsname and its purposes Prof J G Crabbo who has resigned as Superintendent of Public Instruction to become President of the Eastern Ky Normal School has done as much for Kentucky schools as any similar official the Suite ever had Under his direction educational matters have shown marked advance and improvement Having attained splendid success asa teacher it was but natural that ho has succeeded so well as a puGlic official There is ho doubt in the minds of any that under his management the Institution at Rich mom will advance to greater and even better things Prof Crabbes successor isProf Rdgenstcin of Covington for a numbcr of years a member of the State Board of texaminers Midway Clipper Brood Sows Scarce The abnormally largo prices have clcanodup thousands of brood sows and carried them oTT to the market Tho country is short on stock hogs nail finds Ithard to get them back again It was ihOTtiighted to sell the MWI bu- tMkwktii IW ttft hB Shi tfI f1 itlt t iJ lJfo iLil J Fiscal Court Proceedings j The regular April term of the Fiscal Court convened last Tuesday morning it the court house Judge W R Shackul ford presided and all the magistrates wore present as follows J D Dykes H C Rice C C Durgin Jacob llacket Luther Todd T J Hazelwood Joe T Long and V E Taylor ExSheriff P B Broaddus filed the delinquent dog tx list and requested the Court to exonerate him from payment of tax on same his request being granted Tho report shows 300 delin quent logs in the county- A claim presented by M E Marslr for a colt killed by dogs was rejected by the Court Committee appointed at a form crjterm of Fiscal Court to investigate claim for damages presented by W It Boggs against county filed report ap- provIng same Dr L R Henry was appointed physician for County Infirmary at 100 per yearA committee was appointed to investi gate the question of encroachment of various citizens of the county on right ofway of turnpikes and district roads t was ordered by the Court that road Supervisors for Madison be here after elected by that Court be required as a condition to being permitted to qualify for said office subscribe in writing to the following conditions First That he shall hold the office at tho pleasure of this Court Second That ho agrees to maintain a permanent office in Richmond Ky at which glace he shall keep all the records pertaining to the conduct of his office That he shall be in attendance in person at said office at certain fixed times to be made known to the public Said times to be fixed by tho said Super visor upon advice and with tho consent of this Court Third That he shall give his entire time to performing the duties ortis of flee and shall have no other regular businessFourth That he shall make no con tracts involving any money over and above the specific amount allowed by the Cout for any purpose Fifth That ho shall take the free summer course in road building and sur veying at the State University Signed Jno W Shearer- It was ordered that the Supervisors salary be 1200 per year for a period of two years beginning April 1010 Mr Shearer was elected road Super visor on the sixth ballot There were about a dozen applicationsfor the office A final report of the commissioners to receive one mile of turnpike near Pano la was made Same was approved and adopted by the Court When a deed from J P Logsdon is mado and delivered to Madison county for rightofway over certain lands of said Logsdon for a con tinuation of said pike less the expense of inspection same will be paid out of turnpike fund of 1000 An appropriation of 750 was made for the Pattie A Clay Infirmary- It was ordered that J D Dykes Justice of the Peace Jno W Shearer Road Supervisor and L M Scriyner Constable be given privilege of using the back room in court house known as commissioners room for an office Ordered that the salary of commiS- sioner of railroad refunding bond and turnpike bond sinking fund be 250 fox year 1910- County Judge was empowered to em ploy some one to take care of clocks in court house to April 1 1911 The Court ordered retained out of the county levy for turnpike for the year 1010 the sum of 7500 to recojistruct certain turnpikes of tho county to be hereaftef determined by the Court Settlement of P B Broaddus retiring sheriff was approved and recorded Settlements with County School Su perintendent John Noland and Receiver of County Infirmary J R Dunbar were approved County Clerk was directed to issue vouchers payable to proper parties for claims allowed and ordered paid by the CourtCounty Attorney O P Jackson was ordered to appeal from a decision of the Madison Quarterly Court certain tax suits filed in said Court by various banks of Richmond against Board of Super visors for Madison county on question of assessing stock of said banks for tax ation for county purposes for year 1010 Ordered that the county levy or rate of taxation for Iho year 1010 shall be as follows On tithe 150 Also an advalornm tax of 57 cents on each 100 worth of taxable property to be distributed asjollows s To pay interest on railroad refundbg bonds 4cts To provide railroad sinking fund 0 12 To turnpike bonds 2 To sinking fund 12 ToII four 3 12 To sinking Tund indebtedness I To maintain turnpikes district roads and bridges 25cts General expenses including officers sal aries 15 12 To create cash basis sinking fund 4 Also a school tax for school purposes of 7 cents on each 100 worth of taxi bio property in Madison county out side city limits ofRichmond Ky 7 Totau 01 Danville District Conference Tho Danville District Conference of the Methodist church will be held here April 20 to 28 Tho district comprises about twenty pastoral charges There will likely be in attendance betweei sixty and seventyfive preachers and delegates Homes mustbo provided for these within tho next ten days Lot us magnify the grace of hospitality and maintain Konfuckys timehonored rep utation by hanging the latch string out Those who will assist in entertaining are requested to give their names to any one of the following committee W A Langford C 0 Wallace A J Suit W E Richards A L Gott or to the pastor Program of Conference will appear in TIn Climax next week Wets Lose There will be no local option election In Ilarrodsburg A petition seeking suclr an ejection was filed with the County Judge but eightyfive ot the signers changed their minds and asked hortllofmatter was by attorneys for the liquor people Big Sum in Finest A recapitulation of the trials and con victions in police court for the month of March shows hat the aggregate 814 22585 in fines was imposed and work house sentences totaling 2005 days A majority of these fines were imposed upon violafers of tho local option laws That Danville has officer inferior to no plw fe thd country could not be feU t- wrtlte to ikM W 1 lium M ti Wft 1111 4 j IIIJ f I- Right i MStpf Right in QuaHtv 1ightin Price1Jill Rice t Arnold i Ii TRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSEjI hK = l rr 4iL- Prsoinia1 Mrs J T Hubbard has returned from FloridaMr Mrs John R Pates were in Cfn innati Friday Mr Tom Baldwin was in Lexington Friday Mr and Mrs Dave Wilcox have gone to Oklahoma to reside The Cecilian Club will meet this after noon with Mrs T J Smith Mrs Edgar Blanton will entertain the Thimble Club Friday afternoon Mrs Isaac Eagle of Lexington is visiting Mr Englos parents here Mr Beckner Eppcrsonof Clark counts has been with Richmond relatives Miss Jessie Doty spent the weekend with her father and sisters in Lancaster Mrs A D Underwood of Corbin is visiting her sister Miss Maggie Mftchcli Mrs Wren Grinstead who is ill at the Pattio A Clay Infirmary is convalescing- Mrs A C Scarilan will leave ths week for Washington and New York Mr S Q Royce and family are moving to Mrs H C Hargis home on North streetMiss Hannah Buckley has been visiting her sister Mrs Lon Griggs in Louis yule Mrs E M Holburn 0o1 Middlesboro has been visiting her sister Mrs Neale BennettMrs C Morgan of Lexington has been the guest of her daughter Mrs M C Kellogg Mr Jesse Alverson of Frankfort has been visiting his mother Mrs Mattie AlversonMr Ballard ill here from Barbor yjllo visiting his niece Mrs J C George of this city Prof G P Simmons of Campbell Hagerman College Lexington spent sev eral days here last week Miss Fannie Van Devere of Stanford has been the guest of Mr and Mrs David VanDevoro in this city Mrs A R Burnam and daughter Miss Madge Burnamare at homo from a months sojourn in New Orleans Winchester Democrat Miss Ella Gilbert left yesterday for Richmond where she will attend Normal School Lexington LeaderMiss Margaret Jott of CampbollHagerman College is visiting friends in Richmond until Mon day Littlo Miss Margaret Lackey Nip pert of Cincinnati is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs J D Dykes Mrs William Crow who has spent the winter in Greenville Miss with her daughter Mrs William Bullv has returned home Messrs WmRice of Rice Station and Jesse Edwards of Wagersville passed through Richmond Friday onroute home from Louisville Mr Chas Curtis who underwent an operation Friday forappendicitis is doing nicely much to the gratification of his i many friends The many friends of Mr Joe Sclilegel will regret to hear of his illness of typhoid fever at the home ofhis mother on Tates Creek pike Winchester Democrat Mr and Mrs Jas Parrish formerly of this city but more recently of Lexington havo gond to Richmond to reside Mrs Florience Cobb Eubanks of Montgomery county recovering from an operation for appendicitis which she underwent last week in this city Editors T IL PickelsandA Miller andMiss Elizabeth Miller attended the meeting of the Eighth District Publish prs League in Lexington Friday s Mr E H Bybeo has returned from Louisville where he was called on ac count of the illness of Mr and Mrs Joe Myers little son who is now convales cing Mrs Walter Covington children and mother Mrs Lee Maupin have returned from a delightful winter in Florida The lahers health we nreglad to note is much improved IfarrodsburgireraldMrs J P Holtz claw afid children will go Jo Richmond next week to visit her parents there Miss Katie Vanarsdall wont to Richmond Monday to enter theNormal School Mr Theodore Wilson returned yester day from Vt Jackson Sanitarium Ho reports Mrs Wilson as improving rapidly under tne reatment forrheuma sm She will remain a week or two longer MidwayCJippet Miss Lena Owing has returned homo from Richmond where she has been a student in the Eastern Kentucky Normal School for sovepvlmbnths Mfc anti Mrs H O Stockton and daugltlYrXissJane D ami Xr and Jtiltf thv4 arIn- t Jrfey or M t hIIle4 tMisU j rIlJN51J1MfRamrONT COOK WITH6AS CHEAPEST SAFEST CLEANEST QUICKEST WAYf JC Richmond Water Light CoIn- corporated Miss Margaret Ballard who is well known here being a sister to Mr L C Ballard of this city and a frequent guest OfFer cousin Mrs J D Adams will enter Lakeside Hospital at Cleveland Ohio to become a trained nurse The Rochester IllJ Item of recent date contained the following A D Young and wife entertained for dinner last Sunday Miss Lillio Grogan of Ashland Miss Lillie Hank ins of Farming dale and Lewis Zaring of Richmond KyMrAlbert McCown who underwent serious operation for gallstone at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary over a week ago and vho was critically ill for sow eral days is now out of danger and onr the high road to recovery This will indeed be gratifying news to the scores of friends of this popular man Estill Herald Miss Maggie Todd has returned from a visit to relatives in Madison county Mr and Mrs D F Wallace of Richmond visited the formers mother Mrs Ellen Wallace over SundaYulIrs S W Todd went to Richmond Tuesday to be operated upon for appendicitis Latest reports are to the effect that Mrs Todd recovered nicely from the operation and is getting along splendidly Chas D Miller representing Arnold Hamilton Luxon the new Richmond wholesale grocery firm was through tho county this week taking orders Charlies oldi Irvine friends remembered him with nice orders Miss Jane Goodloos many friends feel quiproud of her college record Miss Goodloes graduates this yearat Wellsley College and has been the winner of both the junior and senior scholarships She will go early in the summer to Ger many where she will spend her vacation and futher acquaint herself with the German language Upon her return she will occupy thg chair of German in Wal nut Hill school Boston Miss Goodloe is the daughteroT Judge J D Goodloe of Whites Station this county and she is not only gified with a brilliant intel lect but also with a charming personality which wins her many friends on every side The following very complimentary notice appeared in the Nashville Tenn Banner of recent date Miss Parrent Is well known here having been a guest last summer of her cousin Mrs A D Miller She was heard in a most delightful reading in this city and also before the Kentucky Press Association which convened at hUll Springs She holds her audience as if by magic and plays wonderfully on the emotions swaying her hearersf rom laughter to tears Miss Corinne Parreril formerly of Nashville will go abroad this Summer with a party from Belmont College chaperoned by Miss Hood Jiiss Parrent isone of the most gifted young girls in the South as concert reader and she is Winning wide spread recognition in this Iteo Lancaster Record Mrs Morris Dudley and phildren are with Mrs Dudleys parents Mr and Mrs James Hill after a visit to relatives In Richmond Miss Mary Elmoro of the Richmond Normal School spent several days with her par ents Mr and Mrs J I Elmoreh Msss Delta Tindpfr JIM returned to the Normal school atRichmond artr pending several days with tho homo folks Mrs Ethel West Dsrnpld who is at Normal school in Ricuinond was athoHio for n visit of several days Miss Pauline Arnold is at homo after a pleas ant with relatives in Richmond and Fr nkTprtiMrs awa Franc of HkhMomi has been visiting Ittoa Ur SvwCHon Jury SuliivM s4 i in trf ttwiiTajiy m DudleyCool Nuptials Cele brated Last Wednesday- The following notice is taken from the El Paso Texas Herald and is of interest here whero the groom formerly lived and whose mother Mrs Tom Dudley and sister Mrs Jonah Wagers still resideA of considerable interest to Los Angeles Cal and Chihuahua MCI society will be that of Miss Bessie May Cool formerly of Los Angeles but now of Chihuahua and James M Dudley of RichmondJKy The ceremony will be performed by Rev Caspar S Wright at Trinity church corner of Boulevard and Mesa avenue this afternoon at oclock Immediate relatives only will be in at tendance The bride to bo isilhe daughter of Dr George W and Mrs Cool Chihuahua and arrived m El Paso with her parents last night All are registered at the OrndorfT Mr Dudley who is a railroad building contrator associated with his brothers R M Dueley and W E Dudley in the construction of the Casas Grandes ex tension of the Mexico Northwestern All the brothers are here and are stopping accomIMr Dudley and his bride and Dr and Mrs Cool expect to remain in El Paso until Friday afternoon when they leave for Mexico Mr and Mrs Dudley going to their mountain home near Casas Grander where ho is now engaged and where a reception is to be accorded the bridal party BJustnt Mark Newspapers Several Postmasters have recently received positive orders from the third assistant Postmaster General informing them that if any inscription be written on a newspaper like for instance See page five or P Five which calls at tention to the article that may be print ed on that page it is subject to the same postage as first class matter two cents an ounce as fraction thereof This is specially provided in the postal laws and rcgulatians and emphasized in the order There can be nothing written on the paper excepting Marked Copy and no indication or mark can be made on any of the pages unless firstclass postage is paid Oiga Nethersole atLexington Miss Olga Nethersole the famous English emotional actress comes to the Loxington Opera House Thursday April 14th for two performance matinee and light Miss Nethersole will present two of hergreatest successes At tho matinee she presents that great sensational play Sapho At the evening preformance iho will present her latest and greatest success The Writting On Tho Wall Theatre goers will recall that Sapho created the greatest sensation in the history of theatricals The Writing OiiTThe Wall Miss Nethersole claims is the greatest play she has ever produc ed It deals with an ethical question of vital importance to the entire population of this country Manager Scott takes great pride in announcing to the Blue Grass Region the coming of this great actress It is jn event in the theatrical history of Lexington Orders for seats sent to Manag 3i Scott will receive prompt attention The sale of seats opens Tuesday April 12th Terrible Croup One Who Knows Recom mends a Remedy to Anxious Mothers My little boy Who is four years old has suffered a lot with croup On sew oral occasions we thpught ho was gone After trying all the old time remedies and most of tho new I came home ode night at midnight and my wife said The boy has tho croup again suppose you get a bottle of HyomeL More junk I said but we will circulate our money they all will get some I hastened to art all night drugstore brought it homo In iKe minutes he was breathing easier In 15 minutes he was sound sleep It broken the croup w quickly it scared mo Anyone wishing to sure the croup of a child I hope wilt give Hyomei a trial Wishing outho best of success which you surely deserve I remain Joe Clark SOtbth St SE Washington D C Oct 7 1000 Hyomei is a remarkably effective remedy in case of croup and it should bo in every homo where there is a croupy child Full instructions how to cure croup comes with each outfit Com plate Hyomei outfit including inhale costs 100 at druggists everywhere and at B L Middelton It is guaranteed to cure catarrh coughs and sore throat MIONACures indigestion II MUeTM feXKttchmiKry gear etota i = Il ID J r Panola J J Johnstone agent for the L X at this place has been sent to Ileidle burg to take charge of the pffice at that place 31 A Logsdon is in Louisville this week buying goods Mr Ernest Covington of Richmond has taken charge of the L N office at this place Miss Lillie Chrisman visited friends at Richmond and Silver Creek last week Mr and Mrs J I Wills were in Rich mond Monday shopping Mr Wm Boain is on the sick list One of the largest crowds that has been in Panola for some time was on Friday the 27th when Rev W L Peel preached a fine sermon at the Christian church Mrs Laura Gill Utica Ky says I did not get the Bourbon Poultry Cure in time to save my 850 gobbler but I have a largo flock of turkeys I want to use it with as I find it is a good remedy Sold by Perrys drugstore 25 per cent off cash for bun dle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf A drinking man the other day told his family of a wonderful dream Kb had the previous night in which he saw three catsone fat one lean and the other blind and ho wondered what it meant I know replied his son The man that sells yon the whisky is the fat cat mother the lean cat and you tho blind oat Nothing is so Beautiful FOR SUMMER CLOTHING AS Hand Embroidery O Miss Eva Roberts carries everything new in patterns and supplies Her prices are reasonable and work guaranteed Residence Firstst rear White Wines drug store No Reason For Doubt A Statement of Facts Backed by a Strong Guarantee We guarantee immediate ami positiv relief to all sufferers from ootwtipati In every case whore our remedy fails do this we will supply it free That a frank statement of facts and we wan you to substantiate them at our risk Itcxall Orderlies are a gentle oiled dependable and safe bowel regulator strengthener anti tonic that are eairn like candy They reestablish natures functions in a quiet easy way Tluy do ndt cause any inconvenience griping or nausea They are so pleMant iu take and work so easily that they nmv be taken by any one at any time Th thoroughly tone up tile whole system in healthy activity They have It nmv beneficial action upon the liver Koxall Orderlies are uuaurpnssabl anti ideal for the use of children old folks and delicate persons We can not too highly recommend them to ah sufferers from any form of constipa tion and its attendant evils Thats wh wo back our fath in them with our promise of money buck if they do nit give entire satisfaction Two slues tablets lOc and 38 tablets 25c Uemetn ber you can obtain Hoxnll only at Perry drugstore Richmond Ky A Wonderful Buzzard lburgdorful sight between High Bridge and Brooklyn Bridge 3hey saw a lurkcv buzzard with a sheep bell tied to its neck flying through the air The citizens say that this belledbuEStard has been in that section for twenty years Beattyville Enterprise Can See The Comet Halleys comet will be close enough to the earth this week so to be sein through the telescope The comet wa visible earlier in the season but sine that time has receded from the earth passing near the sun but is approaching again on its outward journey In tic1 middle part of April the comet will visible at tho naked eye just before sunrise During the latter part of April ji can be seen two hours before sunriIand on May IS the comet can be seen in the evening Front that time on it will gradually disappear On May IS tho comet will bo 14000000 miles from th earth 200 T Condensed Report OF THE STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF RICHMOND KENTUCKY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MARCH 29th 1910 RESOUKCES MUMS and Discount 380 579 83 Bond8o 24708 7o Real Estate 88875 00 Current Expenses v 1184 0- Furmture and 8500 00 Cash in V tilt 82599 12 Duo from other Bunks 170862 5S OvHrdrtf r SA7G 22 Total1 655820 l1 LAIHIlE Capital Stock 515000000- SnrplusFtind 7 12 000 00 Undivided Profits h 8f780 64 udividuirDepositsj M 484294 22 pos ts v 45665 80 Other Bank Deposits v 9630 52 TotalDeposits 489590 Ot Total f 1 Vy f055820 08 R E TURLEY Cahier of 1iLioe Bank stoles under oath that the ab ve report is n true statement of tho condition of tho State Bank and Trust Co at the cloaeof business March 29th 1910 R E TURLEY Cashinr Subsribed and sworn tj beoremoby R E Tnriey this April 6 1010 M B PAR41ISH Notary Public The Young Housekeeperwill for her meats As we handle only ohoieti Beef Mutton Lxnil Poultry etc shevi1I be sure 6f getting good meat As we dont cut dff more than is wanted justHo make a bigger sale The wont be buying wastefully Those are not bad things for older housekeepers to know either Ih C CCULTON 4W szTrtoDooglUs v GuHf WIIT IIIr 1lJLrtt UAj 1lf gt YC r i Action 2 THENDCLIMAXflti Section l l J 36th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNtY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY PRILd3 1910 J The Question SuitDrugettstStove Refrigerator Sewing Machines Etc Etc Ifso a small payment each weekor month will do Your Credit is good dont wait until you get the youBuy IlU MA NHOlHEHIGGINS Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite KENTUCKYWe GentlemenStop = Consider Money Lamed is Money Saved You can do both by coming now am a solecting ono of thosp swell Suits ant Coats and Pants that wo are soiling at r such low figures The prices arc vorj low considering tho values wo are shv ing- I It pays to dress well2 particularly when you can get such clothes at so little a price No matter your form shape or figure wo can fit you stylishly and becomingly Our clothes aro designed and tailored by the Celebrated Master Tailor Schloss Bros CQ of Baltimoroand Now York Itisnt how little you pay that makes the dollars count its how much value you get and how your clothes will wear and keep their shape Its the man who must mako every dollar count who gets so much satisfaction from our goods their thoroughly good quality means economy to him We are Sole Agents for Ladies Queen Quality Fine Shoes gethOur New Styles in the Celebrated Kneeland Oxfords MIST men are the snappiest things shown in the city strictly upto the minute J 1 in l 450 7 711 toll t 11 B v things in Dress Goods Notions Hosiery Underwear Wash r i ue Saa the new stuff and get our low prices We arenaming low prices on Rugs ind Carpets DJnt fail to see them w 0 Oldham Cmp ny A Message for You We pay express for 100 miles on purchases of 5or over and refund the money if the purchase is unsatisfactory in any particular tlJ SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS you are assured of always getting the best values in stock lOur Spring Clothes Styles are Better Than Ever I New Shirts New Shoes New Neckwear Now Ready Graves Cox fDmpany I Home of Good Clothes Lexington Ky IlJLETlikI Ttk4rL5L L l u fir ir c SHOWING THE ALBUM The Old Plush Volume Pictured tjie Family History A TREAT FOR THE VISITOR She Learned All About the Twins and Aunt Janes Little Love Affair and Sister Gerties Narrow Escape and a Whole Lot More Besides Ycsni thats my marriage certifi cate and them pictures pasted on It marrlooNoscared It made him look peaked Do you like to look at photographs Most everybody does 1 guess Wait till I get the album Yes it Is kind of a abookcents a monthSThems twins There was two of selthembaud but nobody can tell which he is now Sort of creepy aint It not to know whether your own husband Is one twin or the other One of them died when he was sixteen and that broke the set 1 think It Is the sweet est picture in the album they look so simple and harmless just like two little calves Granma Jones used to make their clothes herself Youd never guess It would you She used to lay the cloth In two thicknesses and cut out two suits at once If one of havedoneThats the gentleman Aunt Jane nearly married lie looks like a col lege professor dont he He was so reflued aiid meek and so eloquent at prayer meeting But he irasut a pro InfallibleItemperance He was awful poor In his health and the minute Aunt Jane set eyes on him she made up her mind to marry him She was forty and she usually got what she wanted and ev erybody said it wusn thousand chances to one that she would get him But Just when Aunt Jane was sure she bad him he 1ot wind of It lIe went back to Massachusetts the next day and died peaceful Turn over the page 1 hats my sister Gertie and a bass singer we used to have In the choir LauncelotIwas a pro engagedCorhad a wife and six children at Boston so slip didnt marry him He was the Imaginehecould have heard hint sing Aint it awful how sinful people can be anti yet look so innocent Gertie took on awful when she heard the facts about him and she wouldnt get engaged to youknowsinger Turn over the page Sue Hartwick that Is one of my old girl chums She ran ort with a cattle buyer and got married but that wasnt until five years after this pie turo was took She had a lovely char acter so light and playful and that fond of handsome clothes I remem ber the day she had that picture took Shed been to a picnic with a travel ing gentleman from Cincinnati and got engaged to him 1 helped her trim tho very hat she has oil It was a green straw with roses one red and one blue mid one yellow It matched her complexion lovely Sho was a dark blond with red hnlr Oh yes she always smiled that way on account of one front tooth being out Turn over the page Thats my Aunt Phoebe by marriage the day she was married Aint she sweet The basket wasnt hers It belonged to the man that took the picture Neither was the curls alL hers though they didnt belong to the photograph nina Ive got them now laid away till they come In handy I tell pa Its a pity It aint mans hair stead of ladys and then he could wear It Bnlducss seems to run In his family ills father was so bald that be never used a brush and comb for fortytwo years used to comb his hair with a flannel rag That dress of Aunt Phoebes Is the lowest necked anybody on either side of our family ever had but then she was a great one for society Turn over the page Ellis Parker Butler lu Reader Queer Legal Oaths In Siberia in the wild Ostayaks law courts the natives swearby the newly severed head of a bear which Is Im plored to subsequently rend and devour them should they perjure themselves while in Assam the opposing witnesses lay hold of a chicken by Its feet anti retain each onehalf as the tlcrk of the court chops It In two By Undergoing this ceremony they are considered to be pledged to a like fate In tho event of their swearing fajscly Chicago Journal Saved Hie Life Dont cHI me for carrying a re volver This liule gun saved my life once How exciting 1VI me nbput It I was starving id I pawned it Cleveland Leader The Scornful What are tl1e seats of the scornful Didnt you ever have a friend pass you perched up In a flue automobile Louisville CourierJournal Fire and sword are but slow fcu jlnes of destruction In comparison with the babblerSlcele AlIEN lION FARMERS ft is being reported that wo do not have tho Vulcan plows or repairs We emphatically deny tills report We have both and expect to continuo to handle them ffTAYLOIt OLDHAM urlngypur wheat mid corn for ex change to the new mill Phone 67 12fetf J B Fandere C A Special Line Mrs Hallio Deathcrago is the agent for the Spirella Corset Co and has tho only agoncyfor this famous make In the county If is the only corset of the kind on tho market in Madison couuty She has a largo lino of samples on hand mid will bo glad to show them Jj3Wt No crevices for Ikoalid mites to hide in concrete nest tf J Concrete nestsaro warm inwinter and cool in summer tf Concrete nest arc cheap and durable ConsrtU i1t5 ste4batfor wttln iti t tfC o 0 i r Such a Differ ncein MILLINE4Especially Y Smart Street Hats V We will show for the first time this season our styles for late Spring and Early Summer in correct Hats for the street also showing Gate and Fisk Sailors They are the best makers of sailors in the country Our Liberal Policy Towards Customers We refund money on request guarantee and exchange all goods and deliver free within 50 miles of Lexington Ky slfllSJc1t fbs LOVES II REVOLUTIONBy Copyright by American Press Association They lived beside a river Theirs had been a love match and lore matches are not often made on any other principles than love They had been brought up In affluence and kept house on Ifttle or nothing Illustrating the saying When poverty comes In at the door love tiles out through the windowNo Is not true They loved each other deeplymore deeply than when they were married But they were overstrained Moreover tnejr fell Into the habit of giving vent to their feelings and the more they gave way in this respect the moro they were egged on by tired nerves to do so Their quarrels grew more fre quent and more violent He would growl at the table that there was nothing on It fit to cat and she would tell him that he was responsible for the quality of the food or the lack of It From that It would be crimination and recrimination till they would both be trembling with anger One night they quarreled till be felt that if he did not go away from her he should do or iy that which would be Irreparable lie opened tbo door and weut out Into the front yard The air was balmy and the full moon shone down from a clear sky lIe went out to the gate through It and ns it swung back the latch caught with a click She heard It and said to herself He Is gone I shall never see him again My dream has vanished I do not care to survive It He went across the road and looked down at the river At first he did not see it ills brain was whirling and could take nothing in through his eyes But presently he saw tho wa ter peacefully flowing reflecting the silent heavens from Its bosom An Ir repressible desire overcame hlm to put oq oblivion to his troubles by sinking himself and them In this place ot rest lie turned and walked a short distance down the stream to where there was a bridge Going on to the bridge he stood looking over the rail The bark of a dog came faintly from a distance There was a sound nbovo as though some one bad thrown something Into the river He listened but beard noth ing more Then mounting the rail he let himself down on the projecting planks beyond and stood there listen- Ing to two voices The one said Go back to her Soothe her Say to tier Let the past be passed we will begin anew we will brIng back the love we felt before we were married The other voice said She will not listen or if she does the reconciliation wil not last At the flrstapnoyance she will lose her self control I will lose mine and we will rush again Into a whirl wind of passion He listened to tho last voice and made up his rabid Just as he was about to take the final plunge be saw something ou tbc of water Don ting with the current toward blm- What was it about this undefined something that awoke a new tempest within hlma tempest of a reverse of that under which he had been wreck cdl The floating object looked like piece of cloth buoyed dome shaped over the water There was a human being under that dome In another moment It was nearly beneath him Dropping from the bridge be caught It ns It passed Ho arid I floated with the ruureut under th bridge He know that he held th body of n woman and was raising th bead Ao bey floated out Into th moonllghrte recognized In the colorless dorellblheMelllmurderednncu of that paleCfnce that hjm But one overwhelming Impuls- possessed hVmHe niust ave her i be failed he1 world would Indeed bel his horror he hud a few moments bo fore conceived 1tta be Life mlgl sllirtlirob faintly within her and it h could get her asbore before it ceased1 be might ntouc for all he now con ceived himself to be responsible Like lightning power ran dow through hIs nerves to his muscles an r made jbctn kit With ono arm about berklctlEC8efehi abovo tim sur fare e Mek JtWJII1 tile nth n ink t ftwuUtjlim fetritxht Uji4 tid wC I t i J p ner tnesnore Once there be took her up In both arms climbed the bank and ran with her to his house On bringing herback to life depended whether that house should be borne or whether be should be an outcast and a wreck He was successful When she opened her eyes and saw him and where she was a look of In Unite pain passed across her face rive dear heart he moaned live that I may atone for tile wrong I have done you You It was I I should have ant fered in silence No matter I know a way to prevent trouble between us In future Some wise person has said For the causes of disagreement look first with In yourself Hereafter I shall blame myself and not yon And blaming myself you will not move me to auger I never blamed myself till you left 1me tonight- A year from that time a baby came and there was another revolution In which love was triumphant KR BINNEYS FAILURE Opinions by Neighbors Creditors and His Family rMr LUnacy failed in business One of his neighbors said At last Anctbcr neighbor said I thought they were going It pretty strong for a wan of bis Income Still I didnt like to say anything at the time A third neighbor sold Oh Im so sorl My dear we must go over and give Mrs Bluney our deepest synipa thy Im dying to see how she id tak- Ing OUe brotbirluIaw said If he had lent me that 500 I asked him for last year hed have been that much ahead anyway Much good It did him to keep it Too bad though of course Another brotherinlaw said Sly old boy Biuuoy lIes got it salted away somewhere all right Dont you wor ry Ills butcher said Now a poor man like me has to pay his debts as he goes uloug All tile sniiie Im not worrying ubout the 20 be owes me but Ill bet you if owed anybody 20 theyd make my lire a misery till they sot It- UIs wifes best friend to Mrs Bin neYF Now my dear you mustnt mind any of the awful things you hear At a time like this people will talkA friend A man must either have exceptional capital or exceptional abll ity to succeed hi business nowadays Poor Bluney as It happens had nei ther A second friend How much will he be utile to pay Twentyfive cents on the dollar How did there come to be so much Did BInncy overlook lU A third friend Ninetyfive per cent of business enterprises are unprofita ble Theres nothing like a steady well paying position A knowing acquaintance Wise old lunacy i ourlup ever or will say that we are ashamed ills wife Hell be home more now and that Is everything Bluuey Whew Thank heaven Its over Now Ive got to hustle and get a Jobrew York Sun A CITY OF DANGERS Going Out at Night In Mosul Means Imperiling Ones Life Mosul ou the western bank of the Tigris is described in The Short Cut to India by David Fraser as a place of sonic difficulty for the residents Prices of every mortal thing are dear cr than anywhere else In Turkey Water is procured only from the Ti betdoneveryeessentIalebathego out to ones theea danger stiuetureaa thousandsdwho farms it front the governiiienL mue afupon a crazy boats Where the bridge of biiats abuts the bridgeefor owing to the he of ho river when I was there the joinings were at a slope of fortyrflvo dcgrjjes and con whichdhorses and canicls hnd to scramble No ortltetewlremany fallings Itti ltfetlmlinnro 3 wrttetv tod c 5Stis t a c i k tor it coursed like a cataract between tim boats and swirled and boiled in fierce eddies and whirlpools below tho bridgeSOne poor Zabtle with rifle slung and bandoliers strapped across his Chest was walking across when his horse slipped at the ascent to the boat part of the bridge and both fell Into the water The horse was rescued but the man was drowned Life has small value In Mosul however and nobody bothered to mend the huge holes hi the bridge or to make Its passage less precarious A Hard Lot Nicaragua has been distinguished even among Central American republics by the number of its revolutions Discovered by Columbus It takes Its name from the chief who ruled it at the time of its exploration by Dolrla in 1522 Of Its earliest rulers it has been said that the first hadsbecn a murderer the second a murderer and rebel the third murdered the second the fourth was a forger and the fifth a murderer and rebel Nicaragua abounds in prehistoric remains and in sonic parts It is said the Inhabitants still supply themselves with pottery from the vast quantities preserved below the surface- Off Duty Wlnfred six years old was tying pa per boots upon the kittens paws when his aunt remonstrated with him for teasing the kitten saying I thought you belonged to the nand of Mercy Yes auntie I do said Wiufred but ho added apologetically my badge is ou myother coat Delineator Either Way Sillcus I cant decide which one of those two girls want to marry Cyuicus Well marry either one oV them and youll discover that you got the wrong one Philadelphia Record The Foolish Maiden Crawford So your daughter loves Mctry Crabskaw Worse than that pies fallen la love with one of thoet- lloxra who write It Judge rno quite common mi auu so l1Jd method of testing seed corn In which the corn Is shelled first and tested aft erward will spell disaster for a good many the doming season Under this system tUero Is no way of eliminating the dead or weak germed kernels which cau only Incumber the planter boxes and decrease the stand If all of the seed corn Is planted the coming spring that has been saved regardless of its germinating quality plates with holes large enough to accommodate the end of a broomstick will have to be used In the planter boxes Scientists who are making a thor ough Investigation of pellagra the disease which has lately made its ap pearanco In this country and owes its origin to the eating of moldy corn and corn products seem to think It has its counterpart In the blind staggers which afflict horses and similar nil ments of some other domestic animals diseases which they hope to prove are superinduced by eating moldy corn Whether the connection between the diseases can be established or not ah interesting field for Investigation has certainly been opened The other day we came across the case of a breeder of blooded hogs anti cattle who It Is said docs him self a positive Injustice financially bet cause he does not have his animals even fair condition at sale time We heartily commend in any breeder tin practice of not pampering or over feeding animals that are to be offered for sale hilt there Is a happy and en tirely com endablo medium that lies between these twonamely the giv ing of the blooded stock that care train day to day which wilt enable them to make a good showing at sale time and which will at the same thae give their owner tho return to which be Is Justly entitled At a sale of Polled Angus cattle of which we read au account the other day where tho animals disposed Of worn brought across the state Hue without proper Inspection about a lozcu of the animals were seized by the veterinary authorities of the state in which the sale was held and sub- Jected to the tubercular test Of this number tsrn animals were found more or less affected with tuberculosis roinQ seriously that no portions of their carcasses were fit for food This case Is cited for the purpose of Indicating the Ttskr that tho purchaser of tullI bloodd stock runs and tha there Is in bis insisting on n health certificate from a reliable vetcrlnry authority before be pays the ititglci JwWBf Mtafefer Bttsh uulinate ioJ 1 7 I HIS STUPID LITTLE WIFE By ESTELLE MARSH Copyright 1910 by American Press Association They were walking together on the riverside Beth were young and one was beautiful The crown of her hat was big enough to flt the head bf the colossal statue of Athena on the Acropolis at Ath ens They were talking of love and marriage Most young couples while dawdling talk either of love and marriage or platonic friendship the man taking the ground that It Is ImpossI Lie the girl that It Is the most desir able form of affection between the sexesAs for me he said when I marry I prefer a girl whom I can lovo with my whole heart and soul Then you must get one with a strong personality good Judgment and an excellent mind I wish nothing of the kind Give me a girl with a pink and white com plexion a pretty pair of rose lips and not too much brain Well I declare She must not only be stupid but must prove herself stupid No I will not even trust her to do that I will prove her stupid myself You dont mean what you say How could you love such a girl I love her alreadytiShe cast a bent her eyes to tho ground She had been under the impression that he had been falling In love with her She was flatHad she a rival A man doesnt wish the counter part of himself In a woman Her tellectual him her tlstupiditystrong he looks upon her as he would a man If she Is weak be longs to protect and comfort hertThis dunco that rSho Is not a dunce judged by a proper standard Them must be one standard for men and another for women A mma real manwouldnt know how to take care of a baby at least he wouldnt do It the thVhenone afternoon to mind my little sister eight months old I wished to go and play If I could put the baby to sleep I would be free I blew In the Hrtlo things eyes forcing her to shut them I kept up this process till she went to sleep You see I didnt know any thing about babies She thought awhile before sayingSIt seems to me that was rather for a boy Rut you couldnt lay it down as a recipe for putting babies to sleeP No I suppose it wouldnt do al ways Will you kindly tell me he asked breaking away from the topic of con versation how you women make those big crowned bats stay on the tops of your heads I dont under stand why they dont slip down over your eyes If I wore one of them Id have to cut holes to see through Well you see we women have a lot of hair and all that to fill them up Ob I supposed there was somo patent contrivance for the purpose We have hatpins you know You mean those rapiers with coach mans buttons for Wits They must be long to go through the large crowns 1 see Would you mind unsheath- Ing yours and letting me see the Inside of your hat She removed tho hatpins and tak ing off her hat showed him the inner crown Why the diameter Is two or three Inches less within than It Is without I dont understand you This part Inside Is smaller than any mans hat There Is a false Inner crownThere Is a difference Isnt there I should say so didnt know that Better put it on again and the swords through It might fall down over your eyes I dare say pouting you consider me very stnphJJI have not left It to you to prove yourself so I have done It myself You know I said I would In the case of the creature you wished to marry luviltthe method lies I told you I wished a stupid girl forI a wife Could there be anything moreI stupid than a girl wearing one of these hats on her head and not knowing bow If Is kept on the top of her head There w a slap with one hand a caress with the other She may have been stupid about the bat but she was bright enough to catch his meth od and catching It held her tonueI inIndeedto do all the talking lie took her hand and whispered a number of lovely things In her ear They had been married long enough for the problems of life to loom up such as winter coal bills gas bills doctors fees and other Items that will always he coming up without being expected Notwithstanding her stupidity she proved a good manager But at the end of the first year one day her husband received a bill for a new bat the amount of which aston ished him He remonstrated I thought It very cheap she said Cheap Are you so stupid as to buy a thing merely because It Is cbfrap- I thought you loved me for my stupidity she replied hanging her head Mrs Maude Mackey Walker I have opcned i hair dressing parlor on Wot Main st two doors above Stock tons drug store and am prepared to do all kinds ofIiair work Braids pulls and transformations madolrom comb ingll11o Intro n nice lot of braids in stock I use nothing but human hair Braids dyed hair restored to natural color This works done at a reason ohIo price Bring your work o mo and I will KJVO you money Phones 515 res idence 202 3231 mo Dick Cobb Will naketfie seasotrof imp at thc Otter Cm k Stock Farm 3 miles southeast of Richmond at1O to insure a live foal Dick is a jet black Jack with white points 15 J4 hands high coming fouryearold Ho vas sired by ilhmond Qhicf and out of i Bourbon Chief Jsmrielt Money due when colt is bated or maro ported with v MayCoflins Phoii 43S rJP 1 t 1 4s- r r v t r f r 1 d T itljNUMBER 45 IThearctic Explorers pttboly lost his life by an accident of a nature so peculiar that It Is probable no other man could duplicate the experience At the foot of Mount Terror In February 1900 he landed from his ship with Captain Jensen and three other men Then wishing to take a picture of the shore he sent his boat back to the vessel to get a camera and he and Captain Jensen were left alone on the rough beach Before the boat returned a strange and awful thing happened Mr Borchgrevink told tho story In the Outlook- A P roar and a rush with tremendous explosions shook the beach The thought came to us that the perpenSdicular rocks above us were falling Then we realized what was inkIngSplace The mighty glacier immedi ately to the west of us was giving birth to an Iceberg Millions of tons of Ice plunged into the ocean We could see nothing be yond an Immense cloud of rolling snow The water rose from the plunge of this antarctic monarch 1 sang out to Jensen Now we shall have to face the wave We rushed to the highest point of our limited beach four feet above the sea We saw advancing on us a dark green ridge with a white crest I called to Jensen to struggle for dear life We clutched the uneven rocks with our backs toward the advancing water Although It could not have more than seven minutes theme seemed long before the water closed over our beads Floating upward scrambling upon the rocks I tore the nails from thy esh in my endeavor to keep from bt Ing dragged out After the second wave we again felt the rocks under our feet At the place where Jensen and I rst stood tile rock was wet twenty above our heads It was some what lower when it struck us Where he wave had struck with full force he face of the rock had been altered and rocks were still falling when the three men in the boat found us bleed ing and torn Two facts had saved us To our right a small peninsula of ice protrud ed some tire feet from the rock and e rock itself bent toward the west From the moment It struck the curve of the mountain rock to the west ot us the wave took a course more east erly than where Jensen and I stood Utilizing the Waste Product A parish In the highlands had been cut oil from communication with the- earest town owing to a severe storm began to give out and the minister was much perturbed lu mind S as his snuffbox was quite empty The Sabbath came round How was he to- Otg through his discourse without tho aid of isis usual stimulant lIe ap pealed to his faithful henchman the sexton Alas he was in a similar un satisfactory predicament How was It to be remedied Andrew shook hIs head thought long and suddenly dis a appeared Presently he returned with something resembling snuff wrapped carefully In paper The minister took a hearty pinch or two and then asked Where did you get It Andrew Please sir I just went and sweeplt the pulpit oout was the replyDuu dee Advertiser Spoke Too Soon Alcxandre Dumas was one day the guest of Dr GIstal a lending practitioner In Marseilles After dinner while the coffee was beiug handed round the host requested the great novelist to enrich his album with one of his witty improvisations Certainly replied Dumas with a smile and drawing out a pencil he wrote under the eyes of his entertainer the following lines BInco Dr GIstal came to our town To euro diseases casual and hereditary Tho hospital has been pulled down You flatterer here exclaimed the doctor mightily pleased but tug poet went on And we have made a larger cemetery t An UnlikelySubstitute When I was teaching In the kinder garteti I always tried to Impress oui my pupils the necessity of neatness One little girl repeatedly forgot her handkerchief Ono day I said to her Use your kerchief She as usual fordot It I said You did not forget your nch did youSShe looked up in great surprise and said I tant wipe my nose on an apple tan IDelineator Practical Poetry Pa heres a piece of poetry that rays something about a moated range What Is a moated grange far Lemme look at it I guess that must be a misprint for garage oated garage Is one thats dcflcaed ALL KINDS OF GOOD COAL Black coal Lump coal Roundcoal Nut coal A Coal for every purpose Thats the kind we handle And the kind you get whenyou buy your COAL from us Satisfaction Guar anteed How about that feed Such as corn hay straw oats and etc T SIH Tnor eCo ASPEN AVENUE JIJit f i aji l r u 1 i f TrCr I0 J f i r Jo S STANIFERPresents for your consideration all this- weeka grand display of mens find boys Spring and 5ummer Clothing T extensiveparel We feel sure that our exhibition greatest isIw o every man and boys attention who wants to buy the best garments that upontheon 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 20lines of Mens Suits are In a class by themselves and we know thatgarments of equal yalue cannot be had at the average store at less that 82250 to 525 All the smartest styles for the coming season are included at these prices In fact are of a very high type and willcommand great deal of at tention 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 Suits the suits you would pay 35 and 40 ormay be had here at25 and30and the man who want greailirieOisuitsADLERS COt lEGIAN 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 EarlyLitllc fellows from 3 to 8 years of age can be rigged out becomingly from bur great line of Rusim and Pailor Suits all the best material will be found in this assortment Splendid Quality Suits at 350 Others at 250 500 and 600 c Boys between ure of 7 and 17 are stylkhly and correctly dressed when they wear Knickerbocker Suits with double or single breasted coats These garments are made fJorD cheviots Und worsteds and com in all colors among the popular gray and brown 5 is the price four Special Number Other Prices S3 30 54 SO S7 and 510 Suits for young men from 15 to 20 years of age These garments are tailoidby men who do noth ing but tailor suits for young fellows from 15 to- O years of age Thfcy are well skilled in making thes garments and have put into this line every little detail that a young fellow wants Among the various features ire 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 9 I The HoyalJ S Corner Second and Main RIchmond Kentucky StorliOg r Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES I Beech Tailored r Ready to r Wear Guaranteed not to Shrink or jFade 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock inuGit to select fromv FineLine New S- tyleHats aud Furnishing Goods Suitcases Trunks Umbrellas etc at lowest prices for high iass Aoods JBStouBerl s Oldest EM Wb th h tt TabliJw Housein Richmoodt J 1i 0cif 1i t J Base Ball and Bat given freewith each Boys Knick erbocker Suit over 350 Cleaning Up Time Other cities aro doing it why cant Richmond Spring is hero and with it comes tho urgent need of cleaning up the city The Civic League of Georgetown has inaugurated a movement to start a crusade ngainst ash banks tin cans and other objectionable accumula tions and has selected April 12 as the day for cleaning up Other cities in this vicinilY are taking liko steps and we think if would boon good movoon he part of our citizens lo take up tho subject and set n tiite for a spring clean In Richmond The Need wasPast HadHlie nw clergyman been younger lie might have suspected something for his parish held not a low horse raisers who had beenknown to race their stock But fortynine is often unsophisticated so by request of one of tho deacons says Harpers prayers were ottered upon three successive occasions for Lucy Grey On the fourth Sunday the deacon aforesaid told his superior just before the morning service that the prayer need no longer bo repeated Indeed inquired tho good parson with an anxious look 1 hope Lucys notdeadt ilOhottL came the reply but she won VSE Try MaryPattont Flourij om the New Mill in town Phone 7V 128ti J B Zanders fc Co JxrrE Zream fertifee ThE MASWTEEI WORM REMEDY THE CRJLDWEHS WrtHHTE T WC- EtWAM Of HUTATWHH HI cIauipPIf CNLYJ Bal rq t IhefttCi MQ t wwt x i i 1 FlinrjIt Ifi well to stop a physical all menbit the first signs of its approach and that is especially true of liver trouble which can give compIicatzoxsMany it is indigestion and Mace take the wrong remedy sufficientandbowelssallowcomplexionpain In the rorchead tho thinning of senslblowayCaldwellsSyrup ecUVltyAmong the many thousands who have resultsachieved thatothers ALaothers startedtheaddressYOu troubloIsmoney will be refunded Having tried reulaPwayIs8UfflcientImproveMentoveronly do good for the time betas SrnipPepsin Is permanent In Its Is ItIsnot stand a violent purgative pleasedto totheree of charge Explain your case In a detailgorortherwlseCaldIVellp STOCKTON HAGAN rAkrHJOfCII4 aHrsJf tllBY I ROSUE RIVER VALLEY OREGON ICORRESPONDENCE fl This matter must not be reprinted with out special permissionw A WRONG THAT NEEDS RIGHTING The health of Americans of the fu ture would be vastly improved If their mothers the army of immature girls now In school between the ages of twelve and eightcjnwere to devote less time and ellergy to Latin French geometry history and themes tor the development of their Intellects and a great deal more to home duties work on the lawn and In the garden and to other exercise and recreation out of doors for the building up of healthy and strong physiques upon which fac tor chiefly their mission as mothers and homemakers Is to depend Well admit that this view will be consid ered a bit on the old fogy order by some but it Is nevertheless correct and one that will be given increased attention In the thaheadrighted in the school system at tree ent In voguo over the country One of the chief of these Is the turning of the usually pale faced anaemic invalids at graduation time Into girls physically robust and able to take up the serl ficreditlargely due to a system which makes the curricula of public schools conform to college requirements when probably less than 10 per cent of the pupUs en rolled will ever go to college partly due to the blindness of teachers wed to the system and stupidly ignorant of the fact that children at thirteen docnot have the endurance of grown at thirty and even wore It is due to hortslgbted parents who through fool ish pride allow and sometimes encour age their daughters to overwork thatthey may stand at the head of classes Those collectively and Indi vidually responsible should get their beads together and evolve a moro ra tional system that will make it pos sible for the girl the finest and sweet est of Gods creatures to develop as be intended she should develop THE DAUGHTER IN THE HOMEs All too runny mothers make the mis take of saving their daughters In every way and allowing them to do little or none of the work about the house when this not only means increased labors for the mother but is a short sighted policy for the daughter and particularly for those who will In nil probability later have the responsibil ity of a household on their hands When daughters in the home reach the age of thirteen or fourteen they ought to take the job of washing the dishes much of the sweeping and all of the dusting oil their mothers hands besides being taught to do the plain sewing aud mending caused by their own presence in the home Many mothers would rather do all this works than show their daughters how but when analyzed this attitude of the mothers is usually traceable to a lack of pains patience and true regard for the daughters welfare The average girl Is willing to help If taught how to do so and made to feel hat tho as sistance that she docs render is worth while IT PAYS The point Ji now and then raised whether It pays to sow clover with small grain particularly oats if onp plans to plow stubble and clover untIe lu the fall The best opinion along this line Is that It does pay the benefit derivable from he clover turned under being quite largely proportionate to the thrlftlness of the clover plants arid the stand secured Even If such I course is followed the benefit of the clover to the laid rarely falls to pay for the seed Where It Is possible to allow the clover to possess the ground the following year taking off n crop of hay In the early summer and plow- Ing underthe second growth In the fall the benefits derived from the leg nine are greatly Increased This Is due to the fact that the older and larger the root systems of the clover are the moreextensive Is the development of the nodules which are the depositories of the nitrogen which is taken from the air It pays to grow clover pays forone year but a good deal more jrttc TIlE tEEQ BED Next to Eecurfilggood seed that will prow there w no other respect hi wfajcla tbe tiller of the soil should ex rrcfac xrealer care 4han In tho prep farmIpacity 4t their mad to produce large i tops tfr ii larger extent than in any other single way Valuable land i bould receive something better than 1IkeIr1Ile tbat for saiaH grain t grow prep in rhteh It fa planted 1rlfl8ebed ewwMfii to make possibj ol frat4 wii 11lc c Y iL J It to aQt lwn tbt Joadeet claefcer thelgoo to cIUongoods In setting young fruit trees of any kind care sbould bo taken that the rot system equals or exceeds that of the top It soecis bard to cut back a thrifty and promising top but this la just what should be done if the tree Is to wake the l development There Is probably no force not ex cepting steam that possesses the force trcczIngdops power are everywhere visible In nature and form a most interesting line of thought for those of an Inquir ing mind It seems to be the consensus of opln ion among breeders of experience that continual breeding from Immature sows tends to produce a type of hog lacking In vitality and sturdiness of frame and more subject than the offspring of mature sows to diseases In the same way the first calf of young heifers Is seldom taken as a producer of breeding types The laws In most states make the maintenance of the partition fence between two places a matter of Joint responsibility as between the respec lye owners The type of fence desired by one proprietor provided It is within the scope of the definition of a legal fence the other proprietor can be made to furnish through appeal to the trustees having these matters In charge White clover not only makes a moat excellent pasture grass and source of food supply for bees at blossom time but the superintendent of one western roadthe Q R and Nis making tests of It with consfdprable success as a means of preventing the washing Its cuts along the Columbia river The clover roots make a fibrous and com pactmass while there is sufficient moisture from soil and air to Insure Its vigorous growth On the basis of its value in increas ing crop production mesh manure is rated as having a value of 225 per ton and experiments which have been made show that it will lose oneJhlrd of Its value if it is allowed to leach for three months This Is not a large ios on a single ton but it means that 100 tons of such fertilizer would be worth 225 and that the loss referred to would be 75 enough to buy a anure spreader or give the boy eight eeks at an agricultural college While not much has been said about Itthe fact remains that nn Increase of about 15 per cent was tacked on to the several cereals by the Payne tarifl bill which Its makers contended re duced materially the duties on the necessaries of life It is a well known fact that there was no demand on the part of the grain growers of the coun try for this Increase jionre It waslprobably levied at the Instigation tho speculators and millers to helpsthemselves directly and which could refer to as a compensation to the farmer for placing hides on the free list There la being conducted In the state of Wisconsin during the present months a cow contest which alms to discover the champion butter producer of the state The two animals having e highest records for the first month have shown a butter return ranging between sixty and eighty pounds The dairyman who Is Interested In balanced rations will note with Interest the bill of fare which the two cows have been receiving The one show thlrtyfieof alfalfa four pounds of wheat bran barleydailytyfive pounds of corn silage thirty pounds of mangels eight pounds of timothy and clover bay eight pounds of cornmeal and four pounds of gluten dally It is not surprising that ows that get outside of such an amount of raw materials do business at milking time In quite a real sense they nromllk manufactories and are viewed as such by the men who own If any readers of thescr notes sus tallied losses last season as a result of smut in their small grain the same diffi culty may be headed off this season by treating the seed with a formalin solu tIon This fungicide Is made by dilut- Ing a pint of 40 per cent formalin in about thirty gallons of water The- eed which should be treated a few hours before using should be spread about six inches deep ou tile barn or granary floor and the solution sprin kled over It evenly care being taken not to put on so much that it will soak through to the floor beneath When tbc sprinkling has been done the grain should be shoveled over and mixed thoroughly sp that all of the seed will be moistened with the solution An Inspection will show whether enough solution has been added the first time If not the seed may be given a second sprinkling Machines costing 0 or 7 are on the market which have a tank containing the solution through which tile seed Is passed and given thorough treatment Such machine could treat eeti for half a dozen or more farms anti might well be owned Jointly v Scotts Emulsioni- s a wonderful foodmedi cine for all ages of mankind It will make the delicateTsickly babystrong and well will give the pale anemic girl rosy cheeks andrich red blood It will put flesh on the bones of the tired overworked j thin man and will keep the aged than or woman in conditiorifto resistcolds orpneumonia inthevvinterc rOt SALE SY AIJBBCO6J8TS Seed 10cj csmo cfc paPer and th11I i for cnii Wutlfal Eartnes Back red b1IdI BkctchBook Ea hblnk coutahn a Good Luck Nnor SCOTT DOWNS 499 feu St New York FOI CPNGRESS- Vfe tarc tjK rii l Jo jBacounce Hoa ARVJBJBEKrrr SfcMchv cuwtty a dAk idIII jR CfesstL- zMiei 1 Utl i Ar tQ s iHn tUtt Decretk patty IlD ITiII o J L From Street Frock to Evening Gown I Iu One Hundred Spring Models in Jf Magnificent Dresses on Display lf Spring is pronouncedly dress time and because the dress is Queen this season the models are evenj mororegalin fabric and design The Peasan motif which is adapted from the native costume of Southern Europeglves frea vent to many unique and handsome effects Designers have been keen to take advantage of thisand the result is a showing of extraordinary beauty and diversity These new spring models which we are showing are made of plain and two toncdtaffetas French challes satin foulards pin stripes r crepe de chene pongee and soft satins The colorings are those of the flowers in Springtime aud theres not a person who can resist their bewitching beauty Our 1910 display excels any previous showing in both the number of charming models and the wide variety of fabrics and styles f Hero you will find everything from the simple frock for street wear to the elaborate evening gown to reputationout designs Weve searched the garment centers for dresses possessing individuality and the woman who buys her dress here whether simple or elaborate is assured of distinctiveness Costs on all tho new gar monte are modest indeed Come and view these handsome garments tomorrow Prices Range by Easy Stages From 225Oto1OO AUFMAN 8TRU8 GO LEXINGTON KENTUCKY It Is not always the loudest clacker nt the street fair or circus that has the nest sideshow nor the windiest ati vcrtlser that scuds the best goods to ui3 patrons There Is no vital connection between noise and quality of goods In sotting young fruit trees of any kind care should be taken that the rout system equals or exceeds that of the top It seems hard to cut back a thrifty and promising top but this is Just what should be done if the tree- si to make the best development There is probably no force not ex cepting steam that possesses the force exhibited In the expanding of frees Ing water The results of this tremendous power are everywhere visible In nature und form a most interesting line of thought for those of an inquir ing minI It seems to be the consensus of opIn- Ion among breeders of experience that continual breeding from immature rows tends to produce a type of hog lacking In vitality and sturdiness of rame and more subject than the off- prIng of mature sows to diseases In the same way the first calf of young heifers Is seldom taken as a producer of breeding types The laws In most states make the maintenance of the partition fence between two places a matter of joint responsibility as between the respec tire owners The type of fence desired by one proprietor provided It is within the scope of the definition of a legal fence the other proprietor can be made to furnish through appeal to the trustees having these matters in charge White clover not only makes a most excellent pasture grass and source of food supply for bees at blossom time but the superintendent of one western road th3 0 n cud Nls making tests of it with considerable success as- a means of preventing the washing of its cuts along the Columbia river The clover roots make a fibrous and compact mass while there is sufficient moisture from soil and air to Insure its vigorous growth On the basis of its value in Increasing crop produetlou fresh manure is rated as having si value of per ton and experiments which have been made show that it will lose onethird of its valpe if It is allowed to leach for three months This is not a large loss on a single ton but It means that 100 tons of such fertilizer would be worth 225 and that the loss referred to would be 75 enough to buy a manure spreader or give the boy eight weeks at an agricultural college While not much has been said about It the fact remains that an increase of about 15 per cent was ticked on to the several cereals by the rne tariff bill which its makers contended reduced materially the duties on the necessaries of life It is a well known fact that there was no demand on the part of the grain growers of the country for this increase hence It was probably rlednt the Instigation of the speculators and millers to help themselves directly and which they could refer to as a compensation to the farmer for placing hides on thl free Ji2t The most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather is Riccis Ice Cream PARLOR Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily Meals served any hour day or night The Great Saddle Stallion CHESTER BOYD Will make the Season of 1910 at n F Boggs stable at Rybcc hat 10 to Insure Living Colt CHESTER BOYD is a rich bay 5ycarsold 15 12 hands high and has excellent style and notion and has proven himself to bo an excellent breeder his dam sold last week for and one of his Ay earold half brothers sold for 1775 at the Lexington sales PEDIGHEE Sired by Lynn Boyd Jr lie by Lynn lloyd M ho by Tom Boyd 00 ho by Gabells Lexington F S ho by Gists lack Hawk he by Bloods Black Ilawl he by Vermonts Black Hawk ho by Shermans Morgan he by Justines Morgan etc Lynn lloyds first dam by John Waxoy 100 hob Van Meters Waxey P Sohe by Berthune thoroughbred second dam by Imp Lcvinlhian thoroughbred Tom Boyd 90 first dam by Wood pecker thoroughbred Cabolls Lexington first dam by Tom Hal F S second dam by old Copperbottom etc John Waxoys first dam by Pilot second dam by Canadian Chief he by Davy Crockett Van Meters Waxey F S first dam by Old Jenny W by Stormy Petrol t thoroughbred her dam by Tom Hal thoroughbred CHESTER BOYDS 1st dam Catherine Huguely 1920 by Chester Dare 10 2nd dam Cap by Washington Denmark 01 3rd dam by Boggs Gray Eagle MY FINE JAC- KKENTUCKY BOYWill also make tho season at tho same time and place at 700 to Insure a Living Colt KENTUCKY BOY is a black jack with wh to points 15 hands high 4yearsold very heavy body anti extra large bone Ho is an excellent breeder and one of tho best mule jacks in Kentucky KENTUCKY BOY sired by Jonah lG 12 hands ho by Griggs Tom hob Curtis John Morgan ho by Marmaduko Jonahs 1st dam by Tus carorra KESTDCKY BOYS 1st dam by Leo Chief he by Bourbon Chief that sold for 3000 he by Pattersons Bouna Vista ho by Imp Hercules his dam by Imp Espatiero KENTUCKY Boys 2nd dam by the Epperson lack which has won more blue ties than any other Jack in Kentucky Money duo when colt is foaled mare parted with or bred to other stock Lien retained on colt for service foe Care taken to prevent acci dents but not responsible should any occur The latest improved impregnator will bo used No Sunday work B F BOGGS BYBEE KY YOU WILL LIKErTHEQUALITY OU- RBUSINESS OF OUR PRINTING METHODS WILL PLEASE YOU THINK IT OVER I THE CLIMAX PRINTING COMPANY ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD JF =or remodel this ssohT If solet us advise you regarding your plumbing equipment It is one of the most important elements of the home and should receive careful consideration Bathrooms which we have installedr are giving their owners perfect service SfaMduttf Plumbing Fixtures and our expert wOrkmen never fail to give satisfaction J j Illustrated literature hayson hand Richmond Motor Plumbing Co Incorporated c = mT L T r j rI t n c r east nd MillsJ B Sanders t Co Props Richmond Kentucky We are in the market for Wheat and Corn at the highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times Flour Meal Shipstuff ehicken Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour We make a speciality grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn to accomodate the far mers trade Our Motto is Live and Let Live Give us a chaficeand watch us grow J B Sanders GoLocated at R R Crossing en IrvlosStrect Pohne 57 Mwond Kentucky THE TIME nAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING t Olcourse you want the best results To in sure success buyr HTI8EEDSfrom us We have every variety of the best brands all fresh new and clean You cant be too particular irv selecting seed Come to us and you will make no mistake JAMES B PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET M WIDESIn the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats Etc Be sure and call me over phone before selling as I can save you money M WEDESTELErHONE 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY All the New ere atiionsIn fine Dry Goods Notions etc are now on display at my store We have given deep thought and much time to the selection of these goods and are proud of our assortments We Please You in Style and Price In euery sale we guarantee perfect satisfaction In every particular We are very anxious for you to see these goods and extend a cordial invitation to come to our store and let us prove our assertion that we have the very latest and most attractive goods brought to this section of the state N V WilliE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc rcUREE BRONCHITIS I fZLTLittr BALLARD SNOW UNIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO pK4wjxfiK iniri and Rocommonded byHBBBBft HL PERRY LookOutHalleys sCorning Itll possibly strike us about May 1st Come now and select Suits Skirts orr Shirtwaists and be prepared to meet the catastrophe in the highest of c i style convinceyCu1n goods are found afmy st- oreJBWalker Fitting by Mrs Moore the best z 138 5 cond Street RkhmondKy ULLEJ 1im Jr It1Imft rVfML t t 1W 1 I ufi The Richmond Climax rmHrfO EHRT WEMC3MT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR Htnbertf PBESS uu PUBUStERS lEAGUE BICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APR 13 1010 Embroidery With the approach of Spring and Easter the feminine mind naturally turns to dainty beautiful lingerie Nothing is so charming and suitable as hand embroidery Miss Eva Roberts has a full lino of new patterns and is prepared to do stamping at reasonable prices She carries a full line of embroider materials and will be glad to have her friends and patrons call when in need of any stamping flosses or other materials Miss Roberts carries only tho newest designs Give her a call Residence First street in tho rear of White Wines Drugstore tf One Conductor who was Cured Inl1hewas confined to my bed with chronic rheumatism 1 used two bottles ot Foleyd Kidney Remedy with good ef recto and the third bottle put me on my feet and I resumed work ae con ducton on the Lexington Ky Street Railway It ave me more relief than any medicine 1 had ever used and it will do all you claim in cases of then matism Foleys Kidney Remedy curts i hen mat ism by eliminating the byStockton Eggs For Sale From pure bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn per setting of 15 eggs or 40 eggs for 2 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys Mrs Wallace Gilbert fO2m R D No3 Richmond Ky Foleys Kidney Itemed v is especially recommended to middle aged and olderlv people as it is a natural cun for those ailments aminc from dis orders of the kidneys and bladder that come with advancing vents It will cure any case of kidney and bladder UieeiiEO not beyond tlio read of medicine For Fale by Stockton Son Eggs for Sale From pure bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn 81 per setting of 15 eggs or 40 eggs for 32 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys and Muskogee flying ducks Prices on eggs quoted on application Mrs Wallace Gilbert 2 93 mo R D No 3 Richmond Ky Watch for the Comet The Red Dragon of the sky Watch the children for spring coughs and FoleysHoneybest and safest prevention and cure for croup where the need is urgent and im mediate relief a vital necessity Its prompt use has saved many little lives drugsTheEemember the name Foleya Honey SoldbyAre you saving your coupons given on the piano by the Normal City Laundry Its a fino instrument and everybody has an oqua 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 that outdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats all very well but how can people with rheumatism folow that advice The answer is ver- ysimpiellse Ballards Snow and the rheumatism will go leaving you as spiy as a colt Gives quik and permanent relief from rheumatism painsSoldFor Sale Barred Plymotiirock and Leghorn eggs for sale 100 per setting of 15 eggs Al so African goose eggs 50c a piece I can spare two or three pairs of geese Mns CLAUK RIcE 9mtf It D 3 Richmond A Knocker- is a man who cant see pcoJ In any person or thing Its a habit caused by a disordered liver If you find that yon throughblueRood cleaning out process with Bat lards Heroine A sure cure for constipation dyspepsia imlieeBtion sick headache biliousness all Iier 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 RichmondKy A Baby Show in Richmond would have many contestants but itssafe to say that the healthiest baby bebealtliywhomost babies do unless tbcy arc kept ClcamVermifugeis its own purgative Mothers dont withoutWhitescents Sold by H L Perry For Sale My house and lot adjoining ball park Apply to tf JAToon 14 of Pound a Week at ItRsli what a young baby huirht to uottheresJlestioa Give it MeGees Baby Fllxii andit will begin gamine at once Cer- cstoacliand bowel troubles aids di Risio stops fret fulness goo1 for 5OcSoMEfgs For Sale Inrr Plymouthrock eggs for sale at 75 cents a setting W O BUr- k133i R D 2 RJchmoaL Stops UehiHff roetantly Cures pi hiveherpesAt M arm ctftnv Dr TJMaM Seteetie Oil ill Ui few diOr It t iirxII r ji J tymixtures we offered r as substitute for ReyaL Nose of ftem b tile saae Ix cewposltlwt or effectivcMea wkolese e ad eco MMical aor will nske suck Mae Z- oodRtYAL Baking PowderAbsolutely Pure Royal is the oaly Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Clr 1 She Proposed By F A MITCHEL Copyright 1910 by American Press Association To give the name of the heroine ot this story would take all the romance out of it She was Welsh and some fifteen or twenty letters are required to spell her name dud after It has been spelled It could only be pronounced by one asleep and at the culmination of a prodigious snore I will therefore call her Anne If Annes name was not attractive Anne herself was very attractive She bad been born and lived till she was fifteen In Wales and possessed the rose and ivory complexion common among the girls of the British isles She was plump as a partridge and had a pair of white shoulders and an ex qulsltely rounded neck Then her lips well they are best described as kissable In other words Anne was a pretty Welsh girl who had come to America with her father to live on a farm of his own in Minnesota Anne had lost her mother before leaving Wales und her father had married again Not all stepmothers make life miserable but Annes step mother did At any rate Anne al ways felt that tho home she had known had passed away with her mother that there was now a different home with a new crop of children ot which she was not a part and In which she had no place It seemed to her that If she were out of it there would be an advantage to It and to herAnne had a friend whom she had met in Minnesota The friends own true name was Martha She too was the daughter of a farmer and lived a short distance down the road One evening Anne after a scrap with her stepmother went out and stood at the gate to nurse her wrath alone While she was standing there along came her bosom friend Anne poured a long catalogue of troubles Into Marthas car Martha listened till a pause came and then said This Is no place for you Anne You should be married and have home of your own aI I know It said Anne but am to marry All the young men soon as they are grown go to allI apolis or St Paul or Chicago or Louis They all seem eager to away from the farm as soon as possible cant follow them to tbe city and If I could It would do no good 1 am country born and bred and entirely unfitted for the city Nevertheless you must marry- I will JUfstop waiting for a po posal Ill ask the first man I see to marry me- At that moment a man appeared some distance down the road He was carrying a bundle done up in a ban danna handkerchief at the end of a pole the pole resting on his shoulder Here comes your opportunity said gave a gasp I wish I lad the courage to do It she said I dare you You dare me- Tes you said Just now you would ask the first man that came along to marry you and here comes a young fellow of suitable age Ask him But suppose bo should hold me to It I might Jump from the frying pan Into the fire Marriage is a lottery even If you have known the one you marry a long while and consider him perfection Hes good looking whispered Anne stealing a glance at the man Quick snapped Martha you will be too late- Suddenly It occurred to Anne to dons she bad threatened speaking in a language he would not understand She had not forgotten the language of her childhood She called out in Welsh A ocs clsiau gwraig arnoch chwl Do you want a wifeYJ Oes Yes came the reply quick as a flash The young man turned to sea a pact ty girl looking at him In consternation her face all aflame He started toward her but Anne ran Into the house and slammed the door in his face If she had thus rudely treated any young man of her acquaintance doubt less he would have gone oft lu high dudgeon But she had called on Cupid to help her and the little god once interested It Is no easy matter to allay that interest Indeed he is Impudent anti persistent The young man went to the closed door and tried to open it Anne was holding It from the Inside Cupid proved the stronger and the door was forced When Cupid entered Anne bad burled her face In the pillow of a hall settle The young man stood by and said that you are Welsh 1 IIvereee from Wales and am place to settle in this Will you tell me what county In Wales you are from A ttmothered sound came from between Annes face and the pillow Carmarthen Carmarthen Why thats my coun ty that was a begalug Asses fattier bad known the young mans father In the old coantry ulikewaiS asked to stay where he was till be had found a place to settle Arowad his waist was a money belt In which there were enough gold pieces to buy uifIHJI farm By the time toe had sel cte4 tin farm he had Annes 1additionalipabawd lor the asking A Curious Painting In Japan there is s very famous painting which no amount of mouey could buy and which Is the master piece of a famous artist who lived several centuries ago Viewing the painting In the daytime one is dIsappoIn- ted It shows nothing more than a very commonplace landscape unrelieved by mountains or hills As soon however as night tails one begins to realize the peculiar merit of the picture for upon the canvas there appears a lumlnnons water buffalo caribou browsing upon tho grass at Its feet The artist who painted this picture discovered a cer tain phosphorescent paint which ho obtained from the bodies of certain molluiiks or fish and with which he painted the buffalo that Invisible in daylight Is luminously brilliant In the dark The secret of making this paint died with the artist The picture which hangs In a Buddhist temple has proved a fertile source of superstition the priests claiming that the buffalo bides away in the shade behind some trees in the picture during the heat of the day coming out at night to graze Startled Their Host A New Yorker decided to give a dinner in recognition of hospitality shOw ered upon him by his friends recent ly He asked two women ho knew to go to a Jewelers and pick out some little souvenirs for the women guests says the New York Sun The host did not know It but a detective accompa nied the gifts to the house Each woman found at her place at the table a handsome box When these were opened there were cries of admiration One woman drew out a diamond ring another an emerald brooch another a diamond crescent a fourth a necklace of pearls another a diamond tiara and so on until the utput of the boxes represented about 50000 Tho host had forced a smile when the first box was opened AS each trinket rc Vcalcd seemed more costly than the last his Jaw fell Perspiration began to trickle down his face which got so red that the women became alarmed Then they explained that the jewels were a Joke and were borrowed for the occasion The Picture In the Watch The following anecdote Is related of Jerome Bonaparte He had been playing cards until he lost all his ready money then pledged his rings and finally laid his watch on the table It was a small gold oue the back of witch opened with a spring A lady overlooking the game admired the watch and took It up to examine it On her attempting to open the back Jerome immediately clasped it and said that must not be done His wife who stood by insisted upon knowing what was in It grew angry reproached him with having some keepsake of a favorite there and finally bursting into tears quit the room Jerome then opened the watch and showed to all present that It contained a beautiful miniature of his first wife Betsy Pat terson with tho remark You see hope that I could not with propriety let her see It It was notorious that he remained deeply attached to his first wife long after their separation The Mules Ears Evolutionists explain satisfactorily that the reason that the dogs cars lop Is because for centuries the animal has been domesticated by man and has lain within the protecting influence of his but and fire The dogs cars are said to have originally stood upright as do the wolfs today but gradually as the necessity for keen hearing became less Imperative the dogs cars began to lop But how about the mule It Is the duty of somebody to explain why the mules ears have not lopped down There Is no need for him to have stiff cars The donkey the horse and their progeny the mule have been under mans protecting in fluence for centuries and ages The ass Is the beast of burden of the Bible His ears were stilt then and they are stiff now It would seem It was about time for them to begin to lop a little Indiana Farmer A Very Queer Custom A curious cut m takes place In vil lages of the Luxembourg district Del glunj In May After Sunday service numbers of lads cluster round the church entrance and as the girls comO out seize them one by one one lad grasping a girl by tbe shoulders and the other by the heels the two lifting her well up while a third bumpkin passes under the humanbridge thus formed This is done In tbepresence of the parents who themselves have passed through the same ordeaL His Sole Resting Place A precise Boston teacher spent a quarter of an hour In impressing upon her class the right pronunciation of the wordtose Next day hoping t011np the fruits of her labor she asked Now Johnnle tell me what do you see on the mantelpiece at home And Johnnie piped forth Fathers feet 3amllarpers Bazar Proved Glbbs What makps you think they had theaters in Pharaohs time Dibbs Didnt Josephs brethren remove him from the family circle and put him In thu pit Candid 0 Top who has dIned off hashed mut tonJBlll waiter WaitcrrVVhnt did you have sir Top sarcastically havent the faintest idea London Tit Bits Thought Ht Was Smart WifeDo you uto Insinuate thai your Judgment Is superior to miu- cHusbutdCertaliily not my dear Cfcii tboJM of life partners proves U Isnt Very Sudden By SALLJE MENDUM Copyright 1310 by American Press Association A cowboy entered the private law oflico of Clements Parsons Bowles In St Louis lie found there Mr Clements and a young lady Mr Clements saIdYou received my letter Yes I came in as soon as possible Here is a communicatldn the law yer proceeded putting on a pair of glasses and taking up a paper from Quimby Qulmby attorneys Cock burn street London announcing that Hugh Orkcnbam carl of Diinkenton died on the 17th of last month A will executed twelve years ago leaves to lila younger son Edward Orken ham 5000 provided that by the time be has become thirty years old be shall have married and 1 am thirty today interrupted the cowboy settled down the lawyer went on without heeding tho Interruption I have understood that you wero In dined to be wild I was considered so by my family because I detested a ute of fashion which they nil led and I preferred a country life Therefore I wassent to America to ilft for myself The date of your birth continued Mr Clements has been sent me by your late fathers solicitors I knew when I wrote youIt I could have tele graphed we would have had more timethat the period for fulfilling your part of the bequest would end at 12 noon today Have you any lady In view for a wife No Besides It I had there Is no time left for courting and marriage There Is half an hour Ten seconds would do as well Mr Clements glanced Inquiringly at the lady She nodded affirmatively Miss Esterbrooke said the lawyer this Is Edward Orkenham younger brother to the present Earl of Dunken ton the earl being unmarried and an Invalid Mr Orkenham must have a wife within thirty minutes looking at his watch twentyeight now Will you marry him Yes on condition that wo do not live together till I elect to do so Lord Orkenham continued the at torn y In order to serve you I have brought Miss Esterbrooke here that she might If you desire It fulfill the law It is for you to signify your assent or dissent but you must be quick about It You have but twentysix minute In which to become a husband Surely said Orkenham It is no disrespect to Miss Esterbrooke If I ponder for a moment As a lady would say ou receiving such a proposition It Is very sudden The lawyer remained unimpressed by the bit of humor Miss Esterbrooke smiled Jt is rather sudden for me she did you come to your pun do cision asked the cowboy lord Since you entered the room Indeed I will not be outdone In gallantry by a woman I will be your husbandNo were the Vords spoken than Mr Clement tapped a desk bell and an offlcc boy appeared Call Mr Kijowles said the lawyer Mf Kuowlcs who was waiting In another room entered He wore a clerical garb Call Slovens and Parker said Clements to tile office boy Two clerks appeared The cowboy and the lady stood up and were mar rjed by he clergyman The witnesses signed a statement that had been pre pared fur the occasion that they bad wltnussird the ceremony noting the date hour and minute The couple were pronounced titan nnd wife nine minutes before noon The room was cleared of the clergyman and the clerks Thwi Mr Clement said ad dressing tIn groom You ha vi my word for It that Miss EsterbrooUt Is one of our most estima life young ladle She has a very large fortune and desiring to enter a fatally belonging to the British aristocracy consented ou my representations a few days ago to this match reserving tier final derision till after seeing you Inm advised that your older brother is lying on a sickbed from which he will never arise and you will soon In herR the tttliv I have drawn papers that will prevent your possessing any of your wifes property In case she concludes to apply for an annulment of this marriage It however you are both plpnsrd to remain man and wife she has enough to build up the estates you will inherit which Jan informed arc Ifpavlly In debt on your brothers drat1- I have to tlwnk ousald the new ly made bnxbnnd for your Invaluable kindness In tlius providing me with a bride I rnmitieud your taste And now turning to his wife may I claim a bridal kiss Xot bj any nuans This is a legal marriage nrliich you eeed for inherit ance purposes I shall be happy to see you at my home with ethercallers and to consider you In the light of a suitorThe lady took her departure her husband seeing her to tJ carriage which was wilting at the floor Beg pardon he said Will you kindly favor inc with yew adkkcse i Certainly She ave Itaad k- effuIeanpteotlt It was two Yurs beferefce succeeded In winding Wr for aught bWe a unver of jils lntIiee They are now Earl tint L4j jQunlwaion OurJobFrinttitgIS THE KIND THAT ptL SEi J It 3 2 o r f 2 It W J F 0 1 f A very fowefal tertJwony to tao autrltiv yakee of the weatera wage grasses is tbe fact that during the winter months when not snow cover ed but gnawed close to the roots It yet keepS the animals that browse on It 1nfali condition Were these grasses pp more nutritious than those which grow In the fat and well wa tered valleys of the eastern states cattle horses and sheep would die of starvation In afcw weeks Jfig Colorado potato beetle named because of the fact that It hqd Its first home In the potato districts of that state did but little damage in it iia tire haunts lor a number of years past until last season when it proved a veritable scourge In places moving In solid phalanxes and devastating many fields While this beetle has spread in a comparatively few years over all of the central and eastern states it strangely shows no inclination to move westward While the dry farming country of the west has opportunities for the man who understands the type of tillage he will have to follow and an adequate comprehension of the difficulties which will likely confront him It is no place for any man to go who has not bad brains initiative and energy enough to succeed in the central and eastern states where tbe rainfall is sufficient and where conditions are on the whole favorable to a successful and profita ble tillage Of the soil Those who sue ceed in the west succeed by dint of energy and well directed effort An admonition that agricultural papers over the country should repeat monthly and that the would be set tier on irrigated lands should keep steadfastly in mind nil the time is that when land is bought in an irri gallon district the terms of sale should give an absolute and unequivocal guar antee of water both in necessary quan tity and at such times and seasons as it will be needed While the soil in most all arid sections is sufficiently fertile and productive jt is worth little or nothing unless water can be got on to it Whether the backers of this or that Irrigation project are reliable and can deliver the goods in the matter at- water when wanted can be quite ac curately determined by inquiry cheaply made not costing more than 2 cents directed to the department of the Interior at Washington An even more pathetic spectacle than any to be found lu asylums for insane or feeble minded is the fellow usually a man who sponges off the women folk of his own tribe who stuffs his stomach and keeps tbe sent of his pants patched while waiting for an Ipher Itance a windfall from some rich Undo or forbear We have known of just such types who carried out this shiftless unmanly donothing policy for a period of years acquiring habits meanwhile which caused what there was left of their patrimony to go through their lingers like water through a sieved It is well for those who anticipate wealth of this type U realize that it requires quite as large a measure of industry and thrift to rightly handle it as to accumulate it at the start and that unless one develops such qualities Inherited wealth of this type will prove but a mockery and a snare Effective aid could be rendered to a forest conservation policy in many states were laws passed whlchwould exempt from taxation areas set to or chard and forest trees or would at least postpone the levying of the lax until such time as the timber was rut or the fruit trees came to bearing age In a case of the former kind which we came across tho other tIny tIme as ressor called on the owner of u thrifty end promising timber lot and under the laws operative in the state as sessed the growing timber at Its full value He had done the same the year previous and will doubtless fol low tho same policy in the future The upshot of this will be that the owner will cut the Immature timber down before the assessor comes around next year There is a manifest Injus tice in such a course which discerning legislators ought to correct Itatlier than be taxed put of existence by such a stupid and shortsighted policy the taxation of timber lots ought to be so adjusted that encouragement would be given to the growing of them MAIN AND rLIMEJSTONE I Clik 10 r JRtiral TelephonesWE Jfarmer Make your homa nq modem for your family as a city rcni dencaaad place yqurssl in u position to pet the latest market qnotatior WithyoubeuiqnrNashvillerate If at present you are not enjiyins telephone s rvloo w n OK 1 interest you Outlines cover the States tt Kentucky Tenttf t MU Luuisiata and tbe Southern portion of Indian and IUiuji EAST TENNESSEE CO Incorporated The Best in Jeweirydom Invites You to This Store Wo gathered from everywhere good anUwell Today we are askiag TaRlsure you will carryaway an impression that wfflbe sure to brinfjM babkv Its your priTflego to buy or look jwtii you please artrtf you only look youre wolcom LE0LANEBI- g Watch Sign 210 Main Slit J rrr ToUvEirLowTORNADO Disc Harrows with our without tongue trucks r Moline Can Plows The Old Reliable Studebaker Wagons Remember we are Headquarters for every thing in the Hardware Line I DBShaclielfordCo Telephone 33 I Womans eitySome women retain their beauty to an advanced P age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks onF l them 4formAvoid the pain=treat yourself at home by taking M Cardui as thousands of other women have done 1 Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial H TAKE I It Will Help You Mrs Katie Burlison Gorcvillo Ill tried Car ui and writes I suffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui and soon began to muchbetterAT ALL DRUG STORESI I MAIN AND LIMESTONEI II Everything New But The Building The STRAUS CornerNow Under the Management oi CHAS L STRAJLJi Invites all the Old and New Friends to Make The MODEL Their Headquarters Wlien In Lei gton Straus TELEPHONE We are showing an extremely large line of Alfred Benjamin COo Wastiingfoi Company Made In New York ClotMng Our Showing ol Boys ClothingIs Great T jFOTnisWRg Goods Department CoIit h ChOIces1EStablisuents W IMlethe Regal Shoesi-n all Ute styles lo be had ia their own stores IIt Our LIRe of Hatsis the Host ew lete in Central Kentucky l J IM a i tg a J u t 0 Ii Ioli jL 7rT OuiEaster Sttnd1ay itisupreme test of ynr tailors skill will be sluwu to the utmost limit You do not wish to feel that your attire willhot bear just comparison with that worn b y y6tu friends or neighbors there fore the only safe plan is to have your Easter clothing made to order by Marischen Those men who wear his gar jnents know that there will be uoothers shown that crfn sup plant his skill in cutting fit ting and finishing Geo MarischenOver Sextons Shoe Store We do Cleaning and Pressing Tele I 73 pet the idea into yom iDont all yards sell the the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building b Material JllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllllllllimilllllJ come in and let us convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will end and your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L A Depot BOYD PEAVINEWill make tho Season of 1910 at tho Stable of W R Boggs at Red House Madison county Ky at 1500 to Insure a Living Jolt BOYD PEA VINE is a rich bay 5 years old 10 hands high and has excellent style and action and proven to bo ono of tho best breeders ever introduced to tho horse dealers of Madison county PEDIGREE Sired by Lynn Boyd Tr ho by Lynn Boyd 44 be by Tom Boyd 00 ho by Cabolls Lexington p S lie by Gists Black Hawk ho by Bloods Black Hawk ho by VermontsBlack Hawk he by Shermans Morgan ho by Justines Morgan etc Lynn Boyds first dam by John Vaxcy 100 hob Van Motors Waxoy F S he by Berthune thoroughbred second dam by Imp Levinlhian thoroughbred Tom Boyd 90 first dam by Woodpecker thoroughbred Cabolls Lexington firstdam by Tom Hal F S second dam by old Copperbottom etc John AVaxeys first dam by Pilot second dam by Canadian Chief lie by Davy Crockett Van Meters Waxoy p S first dam by Old Jenny 53 by Stormy Petrel thoroughbred lior dam by Tom Hal thoroughbred Boyd Pcavmos first dam by Old Black Squirrel 2nd dam by old Painq 85 SHELBYIRVINEWill also make the season at the samo time and place at 1000 to Insure a Living ColtI SHELBY IRVINE is a black jack with white points 10 hands high 0 years old and good bone Ho has proved himself an excellent breeder his colts having sold as high as 125 at weaning time and last season a pair of yearlings sold for 325 SHELBY IRVINE was sired by Griggs Jack ho by Hamptons Big Jeff Griggs Jack dam by Bourbon Chief Shelby Irvines 1st dam by Frank Mac 2nd dam by Blackwood 3rd dam by Rube Bellington 4th dam by B F Dcathorages Mogul 5th dam by Jim Porter WRBOGGSTeleph- one A s A Wilson Red House Ky PRINCE PEAVINE 4269 THE GREAT SADDLE STALLION Will make the Season of 1010 at Robt Walkers Stable Corner 1st and Water Streets 3 1500 for a Living Colt Money duo when colt is foaled mare parted with or bred to another horse Lien retained on all colts for service fee WALKER RICHARDSON Richmond Ky Prince A r ion I Two Year Old Record 05 day training 227 THHEE YEAR OLD TRIAL 219 5ired by the Great Anon 207 11 Sold at a 4yearold for 12500000 Will Make the Season of 1010 at my Stable Corner of First and Water Streets j AT 15 to Insure living Colt ljJARkhmond w nucky1r r J t mh J fi J i 1 and N Tithe Card Corrected March 1 1910 SOUTH UNu No 71 Mixed For Silver Or eK Paint Lick Lancaster Crab Orchard and points South leaves Richmond tally except Sunday 715 AM Ar Tive Rowland 1030 a m No 27 For Silver CreekPaint LickLar caster Stanford and all stations to Louisville leaves Richmond 105 r ii arrives Louisville 010 r No Southithrouh1120 A M Leaves Cincinnati at 800 A M No 37 For Knoxville through trains makes nil stops arrives Richmond 1102 AM leaves Richmond 1151 A M Arrive Kuoxvl 700 r M No 9 For Silver Creek Paint Lick Lancaster all stops leave Rich mond 725 p u arrive at Stanford 850 Daily except Sunday Leave FourthSt station Cincinnati 257 r M No 31 Limited for AtlantaIeaves Richmond 1205 midniclit arrives At lanta 100 AM Leaves Cincinna 815 P M NORTHBOUND No 34 Llmltrd tor Cincinnati leave Richmond 417 A1 arrive Cincin nati 745 AM No 10 From Stanford leave Richmond 040 A M arrive Cincinnati 11 OOAJI No 28 Leaves Louisville 7 A H nrrivi Richmond via Rowland 1220 noon No BS KnoxvilleCincinnati local lean Richmond 200 P1 arrive Cincin nati 61Orsz No 82 JacksonvilleCincinnati limit eo leave Richmond 517 11 arrive Cincinnati 845 p M No 70 Mixed from Rowland arriver Richmond 350 P All trains run daily except when otherwise stated lovnilbli italic EE Coi IN EFFECT MARCH 1 1010 SOUTH EOUKD No1 No3 Lv Versailles 8 00 a m 12 01 pm Lv Nicholasville 8 43 a m 1243 pm pmLvLNstatn953am 200 PUI Lv Irvine 1055 a In 305 pm Ar Ueattyville 1215 p m 430 pm NORTH nOUDNo2 No4 pmLvLv Richmond 826 a in 348 pm LAshops 840 am 4 00 pm Lv Valley View 910am 4 30 pm pmArAll trams daily except Sunday Trains connect with Q C at Nicho laavilie and with Southern Railway and Interurban Lines at Versailles These trains rntrintoL N station at Rich mond making all connectons with L N trains HR SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Concrete nests makes good coops while chicks aro small tf Disease germs are easily killed in con crete nests by burning out nest material For sale by 0 W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf Ear Sale A nice S room house with water and gasMn good repair and well located James Hunley Apr04t Watch Found Found in this city a smallsized gen tlemans gold watch Owner can have same by identifying md paying charges- tf Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of M Stevenson aro requested to file same properly proven as required bylaw on or before May20 1910 or same will bo barred AV B SMCTH mar 1C 10 t Assignee Prince Peavine Reg JXo 4209 Just coming 5 years old a beautiful dark chestnut 15 31 hands high looks more like his grand sire than any colt ho ever sired Look at his breeding by the champion sire of tho world bred just like the champion marc Edna Mac Here is a horso bred in tho purple morn of old Peavine blood than any horso living A fine individual fine size rich color with great style and action clean and sound ono that will sire show horses and high priced fellows tho kind that gets tho mone- yWalker 3 Richardson Richmond t Kentucky Climax Richmond PRINCE ARiNnv r 2yoarold Record 227 65 days raining Trial 3yearold 219 rlIefa 5y earsold beautiful mahogany baystar and two white feet stands 10 hands high good foot and bone finohoad and earthe finish of a saddle horse Perfect disposition A Jady can drive him and I dont think anybodys horso J cnnget away from him on theroad Money due when fact is ascertained or mare parted with LIOn retained on colt for service fee Not responsiblfaccJ fdents or escapes r A a ROBJ WKERas k u f a s 4lif i c JeIt J Fbtfeir this advice beitofahit foods such YahUniveriityand tltebeStthe great question of the and strengthening qualities of different it is certain that their advice is absolutely safe to follow Professor Fisher found in his ex periments for testing the strength and endurance of athletes that the meat eaters were exhausted bug before the asQuakerance of the nonmeat eaters were about eight times those of the meat caters Sir James Crichton Browne eat more oatmeal eat plenty of it and eat it frequently 59 Regular size lOc packages and her metically scaled hot climates I A NARROW ESCAPE By B CRITTENDEN LYTLE Copyright 1910 by American Press Association I was In Egypt before the fanatical outbreak of 1SS2 When a trouble of that kind is coming those who aro not in the secret either know nothing about it or have only vague suspi cloDs I beard some ngly rumors as to what was about to happen but did not know how much dependence could be placed upon them To all outward appearances everything was moving on as LIwas obliged to go to Ismallla on business If I had known the condi Lion of the people of the country I should not have trusted myself out of Port Said where Europeans were com paratively safe To make a journey into the interior wris madness but I did not know it Indeed I only real- Ized that under the circumstances I would rather not go A matter of or dlnary gain and being murdered were the alternatives- I went on a night train Being some what finical about m3 diet I took with me a hamper filled with as succulent eatables as I could get together and on the top placed a box of cigars from which only a few of tho weeds bad been taken I got into my compart ment put my band baggage on the rack and settled myself for a journey Being in a smoking compartment I lit a cigar The compartment was filled with na Lives I being the only European In it This in itself was not encouraging The train had hardly got under way When an old Arab shcik sitting oppo site me leaned forward and calmly took my cigar from between my lips and placing it between bis own smoked To It hlmsettIhave been equivalent to inviting the wan to stab me I therefore paid no attention to him and taking a news paper from my pocket began to read that Is 1 pretended to read but I hat no Idea of what was on the sheet before DIe my mind being taken up with the fact that 1 was In a compartment with seven Arabs and utterly at their mercy My eyes appeared to be fixed upon the paper but I was casting quick glances sIdewise at the natives and knew by their chatter and occa slonal looks A me that I was the sub ject of their conversation Then a lucky thought occurred tome 1 reached up to the rack got my box of cigars from my hamper took out ono for myself and handed the box to the sheik who had robbed me of the one 1 had been smoking He took it appropriated a handful of the contents and passed it to the others who did the same and tho box was returned to me empty Notwithstanding my peace offering I expected every moment to feel cold steel entering my vitals Most of the Arabs wore long knives where they could be seen and I knew not what other weapons they had concealed As for me I was unarmed and even if 1 had been armed my oponenU were seven to one I cannot describe the agony of that night expecting as I did death at any moment The Arabs in my compartment paid no attcnUon to any thlug that was going on in the rest of the train but I had a vague feeling mightbefeeling for I heard no sound to produce it I only knew that I felt that there was murder in the air Finally their looks and acts were so suspicious that bethought myself of some other way similar to my otter of cigars to placate them Then my luncheon occurred to me Reaching up again to the rack I brougbt down my bumper opened It and displayed the eatables Every mans eyes were on them but not a man moved to touch any of them I offered the hamper to the man who sat next me but be declined In turn I handed It to every man in the compartment but though they all looked with eager eyes upon the viands not a man would accept a morsel At first I was astonished at this Then I remembered that no Arab will break bread with an enemy The moment this occurred to me I knew I was doomed I put my hamper back on the rack and wrapping myself In my overcoat lay back in my seat with my eyes closed to await whatever waajn store for me- I beard a great deal of wrangling on the part of the Arabs but I thought I would rather rely on my weakness than on being prepared for resistance that would be useless So I did not open my eyes Presently I felt a hand on my arm Thinking my time bad come I looked and there was the sheik who bath taken my cigar from my mouth holding out a piece of dry bread I took It and biting from it chewed vigorously A flood of relief and Joy seemed to have been poured over me I knew from that moment I was safe Reach ing up for my hamper I took It down and handed It to the sheik He helped himself then passed It around to the others each man partaking plentifully of the cont nts Now that they bad broken bread with me and I having no more to fear I again leaned back In my Feat end this time slept I knew that I was as safe real my Arab companions as if I were In my own bed at home But I did not reach Ismallla that night utbe morning I found that the natives had murdered the engineer stoker aed every European on the trala Hone Cure For Eczema Does it not seem strange that so many xjoplo suffer year in and year out with czeaia stopsrat lent This wash is composed of mild and willing oil of wiiitorgrcen mixed with lymol and glycerine etc and known sl D I Proscription We doW now how Jong tho D DLabora1 rIos wilt continue tho 25c order asl lie remedy is regularly sold only in ottles and has never before been put on offerstfa bottle tlonwT4 W jn4vi 7 Z SHEEDY AND THE SHARW TM King Gambler Taught the SIWM Fry a Lesson Some years ago when St Louis was wide open Pat king of gam blers was sitting in the corridor of the Planters hotel with a friend Two strangers took seats alongside of Shee dy and very shortly turned the conver sation to poker hands They had never seen Sheedy before and did not know him but he looked the part of a pros perous sport and at the same time appeared lIke easy money Its too bad one of tho strangers said that we havent another man here We might get up a little game of draw poker Wouldnt mind sitting In myself said Sbeedy with a nudge to his friend I havent played poker for some time Supposo we play a little showdown 1 or 3 limit one of the strangers saidIm agreeable Sheedy replied and I guess my friend is Make it a five dollar limit for an hour or two Introductions under fictitious names on both sides followed and the four men went to Sheedfa suit On the cut for the first deal the speaking stranger received the honor The way he handled the cards showed that he was used to that careless abandon method that can only come from years of practice by a professional gambler Tho suspicions of Sheedy and his friend word verified by the first hand shown Sheedy received three kings his friend a small full house the dealers friend n pair of tens and the dealer an ace full The betting was very light on the part of Sbeedy and his next deal was Sheedys lie took a long while arranging th cards When they were dealt every one in the party bad fours Sheedys hand df course being the highest The betting was fast and when the hands were shown the speaking gambler suddenly remembered a long distance telephone call for himself and friend was await ing them They departed hurriedly and Pat Sheedy turning to his friend saidMy boy its been twenty years since r had to do that for a living St Louis PostDispatch A GREWSOME PRISON The Famous and Terrible Russian Fortress of Schluesselburg In the middle of the river Neva where It flows out of Lake Ladoga there lies a tiny Island surrounded on threa sides by the mighty turbulent waters of the river and hemmed in upon the fourth by the cold and stormy lake Upon this island stands a very ancient fortress Inclosed by high walls more than twenty feet In thickness This is the Fortress of Schluesselburg Day and night senti nels relieved every two hours pace around the top of these walls keeping a vigilant lookout on every hand No one from vjthln tie fortress not even the soldlersor gendarmes is allowed to communicate with the people who dwell upon the banks of the river If the unwary fisherman chances to drift In his boat too near to tho walls of the fortress he is greeted by the shout of a sentinel aiming his rifle Away or 1 shoot Not even the Dead sea in the deserts of Asia is so utterly Isolated and cutoff from the living world as Is this Fortress of Schiuesselburg which lies within forty miles of St Petersburg They are very ancient the high walls of the fortress In many places they are cracked from old age and In the cracks little trees have taken root The lower part of the wall his grad ually become covered with thick dark moss just as the face of a very old man becomes covered all over with hair They look sullen and omInous- ly silent as If they hid dark and grew some secrets And in truth in the whole world there are no other walls that have witnessed so many and such terrible human tragedies as tbe Fpr tress of Schltiesselburg David Sos klce In McClures Magazine When Fashions Lasted For Years In times past a fashion lasted with slight modifications for years Much the same fashion continued through the long reign of Louis XIV and an other through that of Louis XV while the ladies of the middle ages never thought of varying their costumes Astor the Greeks and the nomaDs gen eration succeeded generation with lit tie change in female dress and yet all these ladles of the lIast were more ar tistically dressed than those of today Many no doubt spent more than they could afford but when they had a costly dress they kept it and did not throw It away to replace It with an other London Truth Going Some Inebriated One Shay mishtcr did you she me beat out that friend of mine Stranger I saw you running down the street but I didnt observe any competitor Inebriated One You didnt Why I went by that lamppost back theres lf It was standing still Puck Trying Work Thin Haired MauWhat A shilling for cutting my hair Thats outrageous Barber But my dear sir the hairs on your head are so far upart that I hud to cut each one by Itself London TitllitsThe Play It is remarkable how virtuous anti generously disposed every one is at a play We uniformly applaud what Is right and condemn what Is wrong when it costs us nothing but the seqtl nentHaalltr Free Liver Remedy It is well to stop a physical ailment at the first signs of its and that is especially true of liver trouble which can eventually give complicationsMany it is indigestion and hence take the wrong remedy sufftclentandbowelssallowcomplextonpain In the orehead the thinning of sensiblewaycure It Is by the use of Dr Caldwells lagreclenllespeclAUytiVity W the liver Amoag the many thousands who hava resultsachieved thatothers ALaethersThe58Jflca thousands of others startedthe use or Syrup Pepsin with a sample cllddrc13yOu trobloIstriedItwarel1lHirdru lst at itfty ceicts anti 2 bottle and the ttes Is ffr an entire fatiy isiroisqMIisrtIc lIt v o M fc iyrsPrnabestatto take and does not gripe It eeccota p1easeted mayIItM Itoeel itver or boW ls abohitcly frs of ehee Jllxplaln your case IftnJetkralt4 HI will reply to you Ia etaltpsi die free ample lYHn4 your c1 Oft m portal cM avt 1 bt a HWBwliR tr I IL The Broken Leg By M QUAD Copyright 1910 by Associated Llt erary Press Tbo Widow Splcor lived on the out skirts of the village of Fowlerville and next to her little farm on the west lived Joe Tillman a bashful man tne evening he found her sister there It was an evening In summer and he bad it all planned out to ask the widow bow her tomatoes were coming along If the potato bugs bad appeared In the garden Iflho summer squashes bad begun to get necks on them and various other things and then all of a sudden be would ask her to marry him It must be sudden or not at all The bashful Joe had been plannjng this plan for a week but It was all upset by finding the sister there Such was bis embarrassmentthat be asked Mrs Sfiicer to lend him a hive of bees Instead of a hammer and he had hard ly got luto the house when he wanted to get out again After he bad taken his departure the elder widow said to tho younger Sarah how long has this thing been going ont What thing she replied with a guilty blush ThIS nonsense and waste ot time That fellow Is In love with you and a dog with one eye could SIC it If he Is be hasnt said so Then its your fault You are as ted as paint and you neednt deny that you think a lot of him Dont try to deceive Ii woman who has bad three husbands What I want to know is why you havent married himBecause Im pot going to marry again Iloottoot Dont talk foolishness Well then Joe is a bashful man and hasnt asked me Thats better There are some men born that way I shall make It my business to cure this old bach Martha If you Interfere Ii shall stay right here until he pops the question No widow under forty has any business to be a widow over a rear It I wasnt fiftytwo rd be mar ned within six months Youd rope In a man the same as a calf I suppose asked Mrs Splcer sarcastically But I forbid you to meddle with my affairs I like Joe Tillman but even If be was to ask me to marry him I dont think Jd do it that Is I cant say that I would Oh well well see about It said the elder sister and there the conver ration dropiod In making lila visits to the widow Joe did not tome by the highway run ning past both houses Instead of that he cut across lots and approached her house from the rear He had two fences to climb and he always sat on the last fence for a time to get his courage up Sister Martha without pretending to we anything noted this thing nud planned accordingly She planned for a Jar She was a very practical woman and one day when her sister had gone to the store she hunted up a handsaw nud removing the top rail she sawed it almost in two and replaced It It was Just at the spot where Joe climbed over It might work and it might not She would take her chances on that That evening as the sun went dowp and the gloaming came on and the birds twittered their last notes and the skeeters began roaming for prey Joe Tlllraan might have been observed making a sneak across the fields He hadnt visited the widow for three nights being In terror of her sister He bad stood It as long as be could nnd was DOWcoming to borrow her barn or smokehouse or front fence The two widows tfat on the veranda nud waited One waited to see if Joe would come and the other waited for the jar that had been planned for Joe and the Jar arrived together If his heart hadnt been beating so tu multuously as he laid hands on that top rail be would have noticed something wrong but as It was he climbed up and took his seat and bad scarcely begun his hitching around when there was a crash and he went backward bead over ucels A crash was heard on Jie veranda and both widows uttered exclamations and rose up Both reasoned it out that It was Joe Tillman Both ran for the fence Yes it was Joe He lay in a heap on the tar side of the fence a leg doubled under him nnd the wo men laid to take down a lot of the rails to get over and at him At the first groan he gave they knew his leg was broken At the second they ran for a mattress and carried him Into the house The hired pan was hunted up In the barnyard and dis patched for a doctor and long enongb before midnight the broken limb had been set and tho patient was doing well Indeed he was doing so well that the Widow Splcer came out of the spare bedroom with blushing cheeks mid said to her sister Martha what do you think has happenedHasnt broken the other leg fowl ilerlug around has he Joe has asked me to marry himi Hoot Hut I had given him two weeks to make up his mind in Rut what do you know about IU Why I broke his leg I made up my mind f p break his leg or his neck to bring hUn to time and now it wont be over six weeks before he can limp oft to the preachers with yon and be married Surah there Is only one way tc treat a bashful man who is In love wltb youbroaU his leg nnd make him talkr 1910 Season 1910 Napoleon 821 Will make the Season at the Clay Farm 1 12 miles west of Richmond Napoleon 821 A B A Jsired by Tarkingtous Napoleon black jack with white points 10 hands high 1st dam by Tarkingtons Colosus 2nd dam by Caldwclls Liberty 3rd dam by Stiggalls Black Hawk 4th dam by impBertramNapoleon is a famous breeder on both mines and jennets A 2yearold jack 15 12 hntitls hugh having been recently sold to Tennessee parties for SSOOpO If you aro looking for n jennet jack It is no experiment breedingto Napoleon he is 0Napoleonole black with white points extra weight and length latyp f pot and bone good head neck and etr nnd is a No 1 breeder We went to sect his colts be somethingOxtrastand at 2SM Ie tesitre ri JISIC Cell llM to tesvre Jennet Colt ad same fer a Me Celt ToSland up andS ck Money duo when colt is foaled mare orjackpaid dayEvery to notbeStables closed on Sundays Roy aWhitte t p X n CUr fl i JPATHffICrDUEl SM 8 4u a n Days When Middies Feufht One of the most pathetic duels la the early history of the American navy was that between two young midshipmen whose names are not given In the record according to a recent writer Their ship was in the Malayan wa ters One hot night they quarreled over the question of leaving open the scuttle The dispute was finally set tIed amicably by the exchange of cots A superior officer who had overheard their heated words made It plain to one of the midshipmen thathe would have to call out lila friend if he wished to retain the respect of his friends To avoid ostracism and to conform to the standard of honor Imposed by his superiors the unwilling midshipman challenged 1he meeting occurred on tho sea shore He wrote of It afterward as follows Upon the signal we both fired I found myself wounded and was about to lean upon my seconds arm when I perceived my opponent fall upon the sand My own wound was in the fleshy part of the thigh It did not prevent my running to the prostrate figure of myoId friend whose face exhibited Intense pain and kneeling down by his side I Implored his forgiveness which he Instantly granted My despair at his fate knew no bounds and accusing myself of his murder I upbraided with the bitterest reproaches those who had urged me to send tho challenge For weeks after his cot was attended by hIS late oppo nent whose greatest Joy was to antici pate his wants The wounded youth recovered but had a withered arm and leaving the service tiled of a broken heart American was an Englishman who after traveling from New York to St Louis was asked in the latter city if he was going west Heavens what a conn try Here I am a thousand miles from the sea and Im asked if Im going west It was an American who alighting In San Francisco from a trip across the continent which had been Impeded by heavy traffic grasped his friends hand at the station and exclaimed with pride What nil empIres where a man though moving all the time can be twentyfour hours late on a railroad train It Is an empire and powerful ns vast Washington Star Charles Reades Mistake It was Charles Iteadc wasnt It Who wrote Nothing Is so terrible as a tool Yes but he was wrong I live next door to a newly married couple If Charles could see them he would at once admit that two fools are even more terrible Chicago RecordHer ald Not Peculiar TessI see a notice in the paper of the wedding of Mrs Nubride Jcss Yes I know her very well Tess Do you What was her maiden name Jessl suppose her maiden aim was to get married Philadelphia Press It Is very much easier for a bad man to become notorious than for n good one to become famous Atlafatft Journal Have you seen tho new concrete hen nests They are great For salo by O W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf Tobacco canvas from 2 12 cts up at f10tf A Dobrowskys Concrete nests are tho most sanitary for tho little chicks tf 910 SEASON 19- 10VERDICT 1621 WILL MAKE THE SEASON Dunns Stable on Irvine Pike near L N Crossing V RICHMOND KY Verdict is a dark chestnut 153 baWds coming 11 years with as much natural style and action as any stallion living as fine as any mare or gelding you will see combining all the qualities as to looks breeding style end action that go to producersolfUthat like begets liketbe y u have and ideal stock horse in Venae claim that Verdict carries more of the WashingiociDenmark breeding will show Verdicts career as a show hors has rarely been equaled winning as n fw ycarold and asa tlirceenroldsra through the fair circuit without a in closing his threeyearold career at tltLouisville Horse Show by winning two first tics in his class and winning second in his class for stallions any age thus going against tho pick of any aged stal lion from Kentucky Tennessee and Missouri in a ring of fifteen horses Ver dicts show career was cut short in 1003 by sickness only showing at Richmond and Lexington where ho won first premiums in Aged stallion class In 1004 Verdict hind fully recovered from his illness and after makinga hcav season he showed first at Kirksville where he won the 500 stake for be stallion mare or gelding also first for best aged stallion His second show was at Lexington where ho won first then to Harrodsburg vhero lie won first in aged stallions first in sweepstakes 18 ontries first in combined ring and first in model ring at tho fair Verdict met kepthimShow forwhich ho was being especially prepared under the able supervision of Mat S Cohen In 1900 Verdicts colts won first in colt ring and first in stallion and threo of his get The farmers of Madison and adjoining counties have a rare opportunity to andIcounty permanently since as a rule all firstclass stallions aresold at high prices and go to other States There never was a time in tho history of the county when first class horses commanded such prices as they do today But it is only by patronizing the best that these prices are obtained It is not what you pay for the season of a colt it is what you get that counts in the long run PEDIGREE Verdict 1621 sired byCcroOordo 1022 by Black Squirrel 03 by Black Eagle 74 WashinlrtonIYoungDiamondby WashiDgtol Denmark 04 501blbyImpJenny Lynn 391 by Stonewall Jackson 72 by Washington Denmark 04 threotimEsthree times to Washington Denmark thus combining the blood of twoof tho greatest show horses that ever lived TERMS Verdict will be allowed to serve mares at 25 to Insure Mire in Foal in which event a Lien will be retained andJRoneydnotaken to prevent aeeidMll8 bat not re willbelJIIluinMi Ti I 1 LackeCoIyerTelephone s fullLeatherAlso a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 This is no humbug It is a fuir deal and l gitimi it clearly establishesDur appreciation of your trude hwill give to each and every purcha era ticket for every HoIworta of trade with us Etch ticket will r presflrit a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Ot 1st 1910 We further proposeto sell you any article in our lineof a liberal discount below the customary prices Tins offer will save you money when you call in andmake you money before you go out See our circulars for full explanation plenty of them at our office Read Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars Back Bands Farm Blind Bridals Riding Bridals Break Harness Drive Harness Surrey Harness Buggy Pads etc Houghton Buggies Columbus BuegicS Manyor Buggies R L A Buggies KaulTman Buggies Post Buggios and all mediuip 811 lIrOahi carts KQad Wagons and Surreys the best put on qtnc alii horse Shoeing the hrBuggy Class Ilrti your Binders ariJT mowers iplekly pnkQJL maoksmltllillg oosiplele 7jth wood neatly repaired nod ate vo tin finest Send in your Vehicle for Painting and RepairsIEarly Lackey Colyer Penny Photos 20 for 25 Cents Four Positions The Schkel Studio I+ McGaughey Moberley I The Best Homes Are nWbortior BugalofvI I See Our Plans tfpiynarJIigli IMaterialTo Build Them g I All Kinds reasonable Firstoiccec mechanics We Lumber DoorsI Flinloid and 2ply Felt Roofing Todd Edwards Lumber COo Phone I 00 Corner Main Orchard Richmond Kt1 fJ OFFICERS DIRECTORS E L Woods President Marion Coy R U Arnold W C Fish VPresident J B Woods IL G Gap W G Kempcr Cashier J S Burrows W C Vymv- BO U Terrill Asst Cashier L Woods W C Fttb PB SjiJ= CVPITV STOCK 9 16OOOoa- SURnU AD UNDIVIDED PROFITS 1100000 DEPOSITS 10000000 Your Banking no matter how largo no matter how small TUB PBOruBS BANK will give it careful attention This message appliM to women and men alike Come in and see us wo are always ghid to tee you Tij 5cst and Most Convenient Way o do Your Rosfness Is T roiin IVilh ample Capital Surplus and Assets with with yours of experieaoe UteI Peoples Banks of Paint Lick Ky u it ready servo von Yoir husine w s invitelwith tIm MHHraneo very accommodation r i r n witrtly and oommonsurato to alance stf h IV TRIAL AND WB WILL Y l PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KY I NW WAll PAPERS Our new goods are all in and wo have the cream of ton of the beet factories including Permanent Solid Colors Duplex and Oat Meals In andin fatAll Regular Borders Same Price as Papers- We employ none but tho best paper hangers and wo hang your paper at 10 Cents per Roll Walls Borders and Ceilings all he Same Price We Are Headquarters For OIasHousoPaint White Lead Linseed Oil Varnish Brushes Etc Philip L Willging 213 W Main Street next door east of Madison National Bank Local Distributors ol THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINTS eur4l4r4Pl44r41441l1sIul4r44rfluuI f 1 l George l rPLUMBING I- l Doctor for l I Gus and Gasoline Engines JOhnon Best System of Water WiQrkslljAKenhdorfor country t atd subtirbin li incse 1 Street Ph l RICHMOND KENrf Cl IJit J t i ii n i i iI 4 n r i Company Coming to Stay Over Easter Then you surely want a new brass or enameled bed a pretty dressing case or a couple of nice chairs for the spare room anysortcriticismhere and your company will go home with a glowing tale of what a fine home you have L BENNETTdHICGINS UNDERTAKING Why Wait Until the Very Last Minute Dont procrastinate Dont be foollsh Take time by the forelock and get in your Coal now We Deliver Quickl- yTelephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have the exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that ours is a little better than you have been getttngelsewhere and possiblyleap Fall Weight or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn OrchardStree- tLime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring au they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky to con luct vour sale His charges are reasonable 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 line Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Mrs Clinton Woodard Wilmore KY1 says I cured my hogs with your Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and my wife cured some sick turkeys with your Bourbon Poultry Cure They are both splendid remedies Sold by Perrys drugstore The report that I havosold my broom factory on West Walnut St this city andmoved to other quarters is errone ous My business is larger than ever before and I propose to remain at the old stand as heretofore W M Harper Richmond Ky 25 per cent off cash for bun die work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it J 27 W Irvine St Ring 52 J 3tf For Sale A good buggy and harness almost now Apply to If Miss LUCIA B0KSiM Closing Out Sale As assignees of Golden Flora I wish to announce to the public that I have on hand a handsome line of monuments and grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 32tf 0 H Pico Assignee Its poor policy to wait until you have a ftreto begin thinking about insurance Dpitjribw Wo write the best policies t r Breck Smith Notice to Jurors The Jurors who served during the last February term 1910 of the Madison Circuit Court are hereby notified to call at the Circuit Clerks Office and get a check for their services as such Wm Bcntonr T J F Thoroughbred R C Reds Exclusively Bred forbeautyand utility A superior winterlaying strain eggs and baby chicl for sale Price reasonable MrsRO Coomer PhoheWaco52 Speedwell Ky 2mo Cattle Wanted We desiro to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Also fres lmill ows gr good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher h9gs Tel phone 484 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky j2tf IT FERRIELLv Texas and Oklahoma Lands Timber and Coal Lands Bluo StatM Farm OJty Property RiiIMntky 4l I ArouncUTown I Be suro to save your laundry Coupons for the P A C Infirmary In 1001 a pound of lard cost 74 cents In 191Q it costs 18c an increase of 143 per cent The wise man carries both lifo and fire insurance Breck Smith have the best police tf April 24th has been set apart as Turbucolosis Sunday to be observed by churches all over the United States Fire destroyed the warehouse of D S Gay in Winchester Wednesday the contents 15000 worth of hemp were badly damaged by fire and water In regard to the proper pronunciation of the name of the comet the a Halleys has the short sound as in inIIcy It is improper to pronounco Hawloys or Hayleys The census enumerators will soon be around and all questions asked must be answered or a fine will be the r The government guarantees the sultIsecrecy regarding all matters Little Johnny watching a hen cackling furiously said I know what is the matter with that chicken She drop ped an egg around hero somewhere and has forgotten whore she laid it Conclavo quarters at Winchester will will be reserved only for those who send in their orders If you expect to attend this meeting notify Mr James W Wagers who will see that you are properly cared for This information is pointed for the benefit of women who wear rat in their hair although it wont do any good According to a Boston doctor the practice results in baldness as the rats generate heat which burn out thehair follicles A farmer in an adjoining county had a flock of turkeys which a train ran through killing ten of them He could not collect damages because turkeys are not animals and the law hoes not re quire railroads to fence against birds aeroplanes or balloons Mr Geo B Elston of Norfolk Va is spending a few days in our city representing The Highlands of Norfolks corporation and is interesting some of our people in The purchase of lots in one of Norfolks prettiest subdivisions Also in valuable farm property in that sec tion New Automobiles Drs Vaught and Smoot have each pur chased handsome new Automobiles They are of the runabout stylo and arc Carter cars I Births Mr and Mrs Thornton Jones of Coy ington are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a seven pound daugh ter christened Lucile Same Here It is not so much a greater Shelby ville that is needed just now and for some time backbut just simply a cleaner one thats all Shelbyville Sentinel Application for Parole for Curtis Jett Notice of application for a parole for Curtis Jett was given to the PrisonCom mission at Frankfort last week by Rev C R Hudson minister of Frankfort The formal application will jo made when Mr Hudson can appear before the Commission and urge that Jett be given a chance to live a good life Jott is serving two life sentences for the murder of James Marcum and Tom Cockrill Mrs James Marcum is active- IT engaged in circulating petition protesting against the pardon Ball News Players who will be with the Pioneers this season are arriving daily Those who are here are Manager Maloney Baird Hoeschele Doneba Norton and Million Many others are expected today Efforts are being made to get Olson crack shortstop for Louisville American Association Club Probabilities are that ho will be landed q Olson has been play ing wonderful ball infield and al bat at Louisville lIe would make a star iothis League Pap Whittakar has written that ho will roach Richmond either Thursday or Friday of tills week Thomas pitcher formerly a Central Leaguestar writes that his arm is in perfect condition and he will arrive the the first of next week Creager laox pectedon every train Zig Taylor fence breaker has caught boat from his home to nearest ra rOad station As soon as players work out first soreness exhibi tion games will be played so as to give fanS am opportunltytpsee the team inaction Mr ft Mr Chenault has roturnedfrpn IndiaMpolis and brings thO news that acLean and Murphy of Indiana an considered stars by ball fans ofjthat pity Mkloney says with the acquisition of Olson he is ready for the fray Th team Js at work and much enthusian ffftvtli Xakmeya oUowlU IVtff JiU kIMH 1fHrWfIl- IiI i Ml ftM p A Five Hundred Men Are Sellingt KENTON SUITSIn Madisonj County m THE FOR w w w w w City Council Holds Interesting Session Many Important QuesJ lions of Tho City Council mot fn regular ses ion Thursday night with Mayor Rico and the following Counoilmon present Covington Sexton Lorisch Todd Stone and Berry Reports of Collector ONeil Chief of Police Allman Street mmisssoner Derringer and Police Judge Greenlcaf were received and accepted by the Council Mayor Rice read a communication from the president of the Municipal Leaguo of Kentucky inviting Richmond tojoin that association The mattor was passed until next meeting A communication from a citizen of Richmond requesting the Council to appoint some one to assist the enumerators in taking the census of Richmond was poxt read by Mayor Rice Th c object of the letter is to see that Richmond has a thorough enumeration and gets credit for every inhabitant in the city Mayor Ripowas appointed to confer with Mr Trim Dcathcrago andif possible make arrangements to secure his services in this capacity Miss Bcttio Ballard made a complaint of the unsanitary condition existing on North street causodJjy the emptying of cess pools and refuse into the gutter that adjoins her property Sewerage Committee was requested to make esti mate of cost for sewerage to extend from Third street up North and consult property owners along this rout and on Fourth Glyndon and Moberly aye riftes in regard to tapping same thereby given residents on these streets an opportunity to have a sewerage system The Council agreed to rent the road roller to citizens at 3500 per day This machine has been in great demand dur ing the spring months an1 hereafter those who desire tha roller will bo compelled to put up the above amount Thp City Attorney was asked to in Vestigato and ascertain the exact loca tion of lots owned by tho city on B street The Mayor reported that Mr Thompson Burnam had withdrawn option given city on land for a rock quarry The committee appointed to take mat ter up with Mr Burnam was discharged Tho following building permits were issued Lyman Parrish three cottages on Hill street L Nt water tank near depot R B Torrill stable W T Ed wards store room Dud Iladen residence Win Devoro statea that ho was the only man in the city who paid a license to conduct a transfer business and requested that his licenso bo revoked or compel others lo comply with the ordinance by soaring tho necessary papers Crossing was ordered placed at inter section of Fifth street and Moberly avenue f Chief of Polico Allman was allowed time from duty to attend meeting of Chief of Police in Birming ham Alabama Chief of Police was ordered to en force te lawdn rqgardto vehicles slopping oil crossings m city Jud4 W It Shackelford made a statunienl to tho Council regarding the practijfc of ttioSon side walks and the usj of samoor bicycles and roller skates JudgoShackelford stated that he h ibepn very successful in putting a stop jto the filthyhabit of exP ctor ating iji and around the court house and Vas quite anxious for city author ities to pass an ordinance prohibiting same in the city limits The ordinance committee stated that such an ordin anco laid been prepared Mayor Rico Sexton and Lorisch were appointed a corn mitteo to purchase 1UPOO gallons of oil forI the cn t8ti sotit LrtOi1 QQli Itliti IiHtt 1teil1 C11 1MIJJ J J s of oil The Mayor requested City Clerk to read names of those who had failed to comply with ordinance requiring pavements constructed in front of their premises Mayor Rico stated that he would notify same to compy with the ordinance at once Councilman Sexton moved tho ap pointmentof a committee to investigate the costof concrete brick or reosote streets Ills idea is for tho city to con struct j few blocks each year as far as finances will permit and eventually have the entire city streets paved with an uptodate and substantial material CouncIlmen Sexton Todd and Lorisch were appointed on the committee Judgo W It Shackelford was before the Council and requested pavement for his services in capacity of special at lorneyfbr city in sata of school bonds Judge Shackelford presented a bill for 250 Mayor Rico objected to tIm amount stating that he thought same unreasonable Motion made to allow Mr Shackelford 200 for his services was defeated the Council finally allow ing him 150 After allowing monthly accounts Council adjourned Fined For Local OptiCn Buster Newby colored of Valley View was fined 100 and cost in the police court for violating the local option law Shiners Captured Deputy U S Marshal Mays returned Saturday from Estill county having in custody John Wyler and Tom Hughes who wore captured in a moonshine still They were held over to the April term of Federal Court DEATHS TATLOK Mr James Taylor died Sat urday at his homo on Fifth street after a prolonged illness of consumption Deceased was about fiftyfive years of and was well known over tho county His wife preceded him to thpgravo some time ago Elect Officers At their regular meeting Tuesday night Richmond ommandcry Knights Templar elected the following officers for the ensuing yeai Z T Rice Em minent Commander J W Wagers Generalissimo Edwin Stockton Captain General Miller Davidson Senior War den George Simmons Junior Warden Robert It Burnam Prelate Dr J C Morgan Treasurer J A Higgins Re corder Nealo Bennett Standard Bearer A J Suit Sword Bearer Tames Hamil ton Warder ErBallard Tyler H n 0 11 And then some hundreds more if all were counted These men are satisfied wearers of Kenton Clothing Theyknow how a Kenton Suit Fits hOw itkeeps its Shape and new appearance TheseI men say the word to others and thus they become the great selling force behind the enormous demand for Kenton Clothing Out spring stock is now at its bestthe last shipments are inthe selling is on in earnest The choicest styles and colors go firstan4 if you would select the most desirable suits there should be no delay The newest Shades of Tans Grays Browns and Blues are shown in great profusion of rich coloringsin sizes and special models to fit men of every buildand we make the same reasonable prito one and all alike H 1000 1250 1500 1800H 2000 2250 2500 N 1 a COVINCTON and BAN KS fl c STORE QUALITY = J Disposed cxpensaand tte9l1toprc Violation r Humerous Responds to Inquiry Why Richmond Hasnt a Commercial Club- Richmond Ky April 11 1910 To the editor of the Climax Richmond Ky Dear Sirln tho last issue of your paper you invited the business people to discuss tho question why Richmond hasnt a Commercial Club and having been engaged in business in Richmond for many years we will in a few words express View on the subject Our idea is that Richmond has not a Commercial Club and lias never been able to maintain a Commercial Club for any length of time becaus wo do not need one Our merchants are doing as well as they care todo without one We have a large population here in this county We arc bounded in part by Es till Rockcastlo and Jackson on one side and our merchants are not afraid that the people in this county will go to the counties mentioned to buy their goods We aro separated from all other coun tiesbut Garrard by tho Kentucky river and wo are so far away from their coun ty seats that there is not much danger of our losing much trade in that direc tion So we do not need a Commercial Club to got business Tho Richmond merchants are not compelled to tryto get trade from other counties like the merchants at Winches ter and Paris because wo have a big trade at home What the Richmond merchants need is not more people in Richmond but more trade from the county People in other bluegrass towns kayo to hustle for trade because they arc competing with each other Their county seats are closer and they are sur rounded by other bluegraSs countics Besides while a Commercial Club might build up the town some and jring trade here from othes places it would cost our business people from ten cents to 25 cents amonth and besides wo do not need a Commercial Club Nature has protected us with tho moun tains and the Kentucky river surround ing us Business Man Helped Some- A western grads tcacHcr recently had pupils examined respecting their eyesight She sent the mother of one of the children a note as follows Your little boys Charles shows signs of astig matism Will you plenso investigate ant take steps lo correct it To which she received a note in reply saying I dOlt understand exactly what Charles has been doing but I have walloped him good tonight and you can wallop him tomorrow and that ought to help some Enumerators Appointed For Madison County The following isan official list rff the census enumerators for Madison county v Name Address Precinct Thomas C AdanisltichinuiidCity Hall Court House JT T Bayer il ltichmondnuNormal J 31 Snndhlnm lriiticis Jess S Koonl ynionCityIJL Clicnault White Hall I JR AdamsrIticltiondied House JessoM BislcLUni9nCitytlcCrearyWilber S lardsCOIi 11111College Jim John S rryinHRgle 1 u Kavanangh Gco ILMooresWacolVacoThomas J Black SpeedvUloI Brassfield John D Henry hlqrealhearVahIowW- irt 0 IaysKingston = Kingston r W Doole Berea iiBerea J tLIkqnoRobert H Royston t = CJiy Oliver J luicannon JGeoMike TudorCottonburg ICrutche lIen F Cotton Toyis Hubert W Reynolds Ruthtoni u Pobsey 4 1hbCrow I Neiy J keli4t JcI4oqrcLDilpEfla Wt1IS4ttsVlthl4y fi1K = il=k t Mr David Chenault Passes Away at His Home Near Town A deep gloom was cast over our whole community Monday morning when it beame known that Mr David Chenault had died suddenly of appoplexy at his home one mile East of town Uncle David as he was affectionately called was born arid reared in this county and would have been seventythree years old had helived until the ninth of June In 1802 Mr Chenault entered tho Confederate army with the Captain It B Ter rill Company but was captured with Morgans command in Ohio in 1803 and imprisoned at Camp Douglas After being in prison about three months ho escaped and with his brother Anderson Chenault tried to return to tho South but failed and remained in Illinois until tho close of tho war Shortly after the close of hostilities ho returned to Illi nois and married Miss Mary Bullock whom ho met after his escape from Camp Douglas He came with his bride and settled at Old Cane Spring this county whore ho was prosperous as a farmer About fifteen years ago Mr Chenault built the homo where ho resided at tho timo of his death His life has been full of honor and good deeds Since the organization of the State Bank Trust Company ho had been one of the directors For man years ho was a member of the Old Cane Spring Baptist church to which ho was devoted and was firm in his belief in the doctrines it advocated Deceased was at all times a prudent counsellor and a faithful friend and ho was ever ready to lend a helping hand Ho was indeed noted for his many actsof charityand his wholesouled cordiality and hospitality endeared him to all In his death Madison county loses ono of her best and most honored citizens and his family a tried and true and loving Husband and father Ho is survived by his wife and ono daughter Mrs J W Elmorc of Lancaster Ky and two sons Messrs Cabcll IIand Charlie Chenault of Tucumcari N M The funeral services which wero largely attended were conducted yesterday afternoon at three oclock at lie home thence his interment in the Richmond cemetery The pallbearers wore his comrades in arms who wore the gray with him in tho sixties 110 was a bravo soldier an upright honorabjo citizen a man in whom there was no guile Ills whole life was ono worthy of emulation tho influence of which will live on oven though ho has joined the great army of saints above s AntiSpitting Ordinance Liiwrencoburg has recently adopted and is enforcing an antispitting ordi nance This is something every town and city should see to aril The Climax has repeatedly urged it upon tho citizens of Richmond A walk along any of our streets at any time willmoro than con vine one of the necessity of such an ordinance Contracts Ayarded For New School Buildings Ata regular meeting of the Board of Education Wednesday night sealed bids for the erection of additions to Caldwell Illgji School and Richmond Colored School were opened and the contracts aWarded toNB Turpin Co of this city Five firms submitted propositions for this business TurpinCo being the lowest bidders were awarded the contract The following were the bids received by the Board N B Co estimate on both- buiIdiugsi20674G Howell Stephenson both buildings 2322200 Todd Son botlfbuildings 2100900 Georgl Myers estimate on Caldwell High thiooh 11467250 IM 5Ian estimato on colored school f g00fc r Tiwj f WiWlnjii KraiobecoKiplet4d itsy uitsr t Hair Hair Hair I am 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 corriplltellino Phono 439 142 E Main St Held Over to Grand Jury Burnam Baker charged with shooting Mark bun some time ago at Boron was hold over to tho Grand Jury under 2000 bond It wilt be recalled that in this same fighi Polio killed Sam Baker abrother to Burnam Baker The case has attracted considerable attention and tho outcome will be watched with interest Butter Look Out The Cynthiana Democrat says a mer chant in hat city last week bought cloven one pound packages of butter from a country customer Ho cut one package in two to servo a buyer and to his surprise found a largo Irsh potato embedded in tho center of tho butter Investigation showed that a big potato had been used as a centerpiece for each pound Great Influx of Students At Normal School The Spring Term of tho Stato Normal opened last week with an increased enrollment of two hundred students This brings the total enrollment for the year up to 750 an increase of 40 per cent over ayear ago Every county in the Eastern Normal District is now repre sented and some counties have fifty or more students in attendance Every available room on the Campus is filled with women students about two lion dred are fed in Sullivan Hall arid ono hundred and fifty in Memorial Hall Tim concrete walks on tho Campus aro now finished and tho now driveway frgm the intersection of College and Second Streets to Lancaster avenue is being completed rapidly Extensive grading is being dohO around the new buildings and flowers and shrubs will be planted to adrt to the already magnificent beauty of the Campus Tho graduating class or those reedy ing Life Diplomas will number between 10 and 50 and the number who will re calve the Elementary or Two Year State Certificate will probably be over sixty XOUMAli fOnOOLOnOAXIZES NEW STATE ff Tho students of the Normal organized a now state within the student body at a mass meeting last Saturday night A constitutionwas drawn up and adopted and the following officers elected lI- T Bradford Bracken county Governor J J Tye Kuox county lieutenant Governor Libbio Morgan Rowan coun ty Secretary of State G M Moore Jackson county Attorney General The Legislature is composed of six Senators and eIghteen Representatives Prevision is also made for three sheriffs Evry law must be ratified by the Governor and President of the School The purpose of tho organization is to form tho students into a selfgoverning body to act as a disciplinary agent and to afford a practical parliamentary training Dr E Geo Payne has returned from St Louis whore ho delivered an address before tho Teachers College The dates for the Fourth Annual Con vention of County Supedjitcndonts fort EasternNormal District have been fixed for May 10 lU 12 Loading edu caters of the State will txr present and PNb1emsof education in Kentu Jiy will be discussed Mrs StAnton Hume hits been elected as assistant in the DepartFnen of- aadDrawngfl Art the State Normal aM haS cHa t offjHauAwofr alJtHrrt uyltijPiw u Going After Em Last Monday evening a delegation of the leading women of this town called at our otlice and asked us to draft petition which they will present to Judge Shack elford The sum and substance of their request is that the sale of Malt drinks be prohibited in this town They believe the sale of same is in violation of the local option law which obtains here If the holders of United States revenue special tax stamps are violating tho local option law in this magisterial district they aro going to have a stop put to the selling of malt preparations In their efforts to break up the nearbeer places they have the support and well wishes of all law abiding citizens Valley View Argent Fair Meeting At the meeting last Saturday of the Madison County Fair Association Mr J B Walker was elected secretary As stated in a previous issue Mr J It McKinney has been elected president and the following vice presidents A C Scanlan T J Curtis J W Bales ana Jonah Wagers and Mr T S Hagan treasurer The date for the fair has been set for July 20 to 25 five days This will be tho first fair in the Bluegrass and nothinig will bo left undone to make it a big success All the good horses in the state will be on hand and the officers and directors are using every effort to have an old time Madison county fair Mat S Cohan has expressed a desire to bring his hors and this will give our citizens an opportunity to seo such noted stock rs Edna Mae and others in tho show ring No Law For It Rev E H Pearce of Danville and formerly of this city made application to tho State Railroad Commission to re quire tho railroad to make changes in tho time table so that ho could make connection at Junction City with the L N and Cincinnati Southern roads in order to reach certain appointments Tho Commission decided that there is no law compelling railroads to change their time tables so as to connect with other trains Sheep Dying Danville Advocate Mr J IX White house who lives near town on the Lancaster pike is quite an extensive sheep raiser and has been making a careful study of tho best means to prevent scabbies Recently in tho neighborhood 1000 old sheep and lambs have died of the disease in the vicinity of P rryville and the disease in fact has become quite general throughout tho State Mr White has communicated with a number of the biggest sheep men in the country a idj they agree that the only successful way the disease can be eradicated is by tho dipping process There are several reliable sheep dips on the market anti Mr Whitehouses ad vice to the farmers is that they begin at once to dip their sheep before they Un stricken with this disease which is proving so Iatal in all parts of the Com monwealth KRESO DIP NogI- s permitted by the U S Depart ment of Agriculture for official dipping of sheep for scabs USE PRT KRESO DIP He to 72 PARTS WATER It kills Hce ticks mites ecu Cures scab wounds shear cuts etc OisttirtCTt CIE NSES Pumncs- It does not burn sicken or irritate Boe not injure the fleeeeor Ala Lambs go to their mothers immedi ately after dipping Are you looking for such a dip t offls ht and ale us Ask for free booklets Perrys Drug Store C l 0 t I 1 Will Move For the Summer Dr Snowdon one of our prominent Paint Lick subscribers was a pleasant court lay caller He will move to his summer home Clover Dale at Lowell but will still keep his ollico at Paint Lick The doctor is moving to Lowell to enjoy the advantage of the fine sulphur water thure Lancaster Record Ancient Book Mr Walter Italian has in his posses sion an old leather bound book entitled The Philosophy of Human Nature by Joseph Buchanan Tho book was published in this city in 1812 by John A Grimes and the lenvesare well yellowed with ago Such a book is vary rare and is highly prized by the owner Enumerators Will Call Soon Friday April 15 is the day on which the census enumerators will start their rounds Wo hope our people will see to it that each and every member of every family is listed so that our city will bo will be given its full number of inhabit ants The growth of Richmond in the last four years has boon JcmarUablc and the enumerators will bo kept busy for some days Inspection of Richmond Commandery On Monday night April 18th the an nual inspection of Richmond Com mdndory Uvuights Templar will take place at the Asylum Grand Commander of the State Toe E Ewalt will bo present to do tho inspection work which will lie followed by a banquet for the Sir Knight antI ladles Richmond Commandery is ono of the best in tho State and it is expected a largo delega tion will go to Winchester to attend tlio Conclave next month Card of Thanks The ladies of tho Pattie A Clay Infirmary wish to extend their thanks to all persons who so kindly donated to the Easter Bazaar and by their liberality made such a bazaar possible Fiscal Court Remembers P A C Infirmary It is gratifying to ill interested in the Pattio A Clay Infirmary especially the ladies composing the Board of Directors to know that an appropriation of 750 has Been allowed by the Fiscal Court to the Infirmary It will be remembered that until last year when tho allowance was withdrawn tho county had annual ly given a stated amount to this Inst tll tion which fund went towards provid ing for the county patients Richmond and Madison county can ill afford to bo without this Infirmary as its great need in tho many emergency cases proves beyond a doubt Ono needs only to study its management its purpose ROIl consult those who have been patients there tosco readily what a blessing it is anti the action of the magistrates in granting this allowance is commendable indeed r = mJr t T guG McCall Pattern 8IUr No 3348 Ladles OvcrBlcuse c No 3354 Ladies Skirt Effictively braided with son uhiipeosee able for linen potifiw nuns 1eilillit anil poplin The lat 0 scst lIens in Hummer costuiiw Departgooc eu rh in our Cs are III Sc Cr of is 0o of to 0e astonished experience NewPerfection tothodinnerImmediatelythe thokltchwwbcre011e nmnmmnmmrn nmm Sri g Swthirner MT rchinidise Attractively Priced Throughout the entire store there spirit of making this week memorable one not only in the excellence of the offerings but in the attractiveness of the pricings To this end of the sections are offering articles ofsea sonable merchandise at price concessions Silks and Dress Goods Special prices many seasonable terns offerdeeided savings Shirt Waists for Women Which correctly portray the seasons latest fashions White Goods andWash Goods Solendic values mark these offeriings unusual merit 0U8SShoes for Everybody i 1 Millinery c3Taluegiving has ever been the everincreasScaesing trade Millinery Section cornSsvariety atQ shapes show new hats for the prICesIITeilingSea newatline Veilings including large mesches The line really SSe competitionless both from the point variety and value giving The Cea prices range from 15c 25c 35c yd Enrirely New Effects Ladies Neckwear daily receiving entirely Neckwear represent the ideasami interesting numbers for weeks 25c Rugs Curtains Car pets Oil Cloths buying Floor Coverings freshening prices offered by department usual the extreme Submitted to theeS- 0s It 0 V DEOe Kentucky 55555SS5SS55S5SS55S55555SSS5S55SS QIIftJew QuartersWe established in our new quarters the old Hall building and better prepared than ever to care for your Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in season Iharman Grocery Company Smart Clothes Ladies and Misses be found in Mrs J Mo Barlows Parlor Building with 3Ir Yeagors Jewelry Store West Main Street Come Inwill be glad show my Ladies Road tovear the Latest Styles and Materials Wheiryou my prices they will surprise youll como back again WHEN YOU WANT PRIJTIIG= CONSULT THE THE CLIMAX A Storekeeper SaysA lady came my store lately have been using aNew Perfection Oil CookStove my apartment want now for summer home think thee oil stoves are wonderful only women knew whatcOl111on Iney are iney wouia all nave one spoke about my stove to a lot of my friends and they were They thought that there was smell smoke from oil stove that heated room just like any other stove told them cud one after another they got one and now not one of them would give hers up for five times its cost The lady who said this had thought quicldyheatkettle of water ot make coffee quickly In the morning but she never dreamed of using for difficult heavy cooking knows the bottom pot oven But the roam isnt heated There smoke r 8o S S I S S S S e S S tf t It is a a J all on i as of SS cs S a u S If e a e ICautionary Note Be sure you eet this itove that tha nameplate reads Mew Perfection in AVe arc now lots of ing latest styles from Now Yorlc We mention a few very this selling lOc 15c Xow is the season for of for the of the home The this are un in oo e S c O S S S are in ace In F J 218 to you now line of in got you and into and said I all in I one my I a and an and it of my to it or ua to of kettle or is no no 5o 5SS ace H jnQI1CookstocrcIt has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot Thenickel finish with the of the chimneys makes the stove ornamental aifdJijractive Made with 2 nnlL3 burners the 2 And 3burner stovva xatfbehad with or without Cabinet Iver sealer everywhere If DOt at yours write for ClEcular tathe nearest agency of the CompaDY1Aeer trji I I f 1 ii j j ct 11t fAbl1 OflCllA aNHFSETRIGG CENTRAL POINT IVALLEY OREGON COPRESPONDEh PLICITED Embroidery clothNcCoItexCeptionally oucPattemDepartment S eiEXTRA0S Exquisite EmbroideriesS gi We closed out about five hundred 50Spieces of exceedingly fine Embroid eries Edgings Insertings and 9 12 5IS and 18 Flouncings from one of eethecries Many of these goods we now have in stock at double the prices atSwhich this stock will be offered Of course these will be marked don to 5Sthesale a wonderful occasion Come early it will be a revelation both from a quality and valuegivingview point C S Respectfully Cash Trade 5 5S E EL RMain Street Richmond oGs i t S SSSSS0oaO 08000O City skins For will e Readytowear h winter I a I If Nowshe t t I t t 5 a biighfblue I Descriptive r j 1u j This matter must notb reprinted with out special permission A WRONG THAT NEEDS RIGHTING The health of Americans ot the fu ture would be vastly Improved if theIr mothersthe army of immature girls now in school between the ages of twelve and eighteen were to devote lesstime and energy to Latin French geometry history and themes for the development of their intellects and a great deal more to home duties work on the lawn and In the garden and to other exercise and recreation out of floors for the building up of healthy and strong physiques upon which factor chiefly their mission as mothers and homemakers is to depend Well admit that this view will be considered a bit on the old fogy order by some but it is nevertheless correct and one that will be given increased at tention in the years that are Just ahead There are several things to be righted in the school system at pres cut In vogue over the country One of the chief of these is the turning of the usually pale faced anaemic Invalids physlcnlIyous and responsible duties of life The credit for the situation which exists Is largely due to a system which makes the curricula of public schools conform probablylessrolled will ever go to college partly due to the blindness of teachers wed to the system and stupidly Ignorant of the fact that children at thirteen do not have the endurance of grown folks at thirty nnd even more It Is due to shortsighted parents who through fool ish pride allow and sometimes encour age their daughters to overwork that they may stand at the head of their classes Those collectively and lath vidually responsible should get their heads together and evolve n more ra tional system that will make it possible for the girlthe finest and sweet est of Gods creaturesto develop as be Intended she should develop THE DAUGHTER IN THE HOME All too many mothers make the mis take of saving their daughters III every way and allowing them to do little or noue of the work about the house when this not only means increased labors for the mother but is a Ihort sighted policy for the daughter and particularly for those who will in all probability Jater have the responsibil fly of a household on their hands When daughters hi the home Teach the age of thirteen or fourteen they ought to take the Job of washing the dIShes much of tlTe sweeping and nil of the dusting oil their mothers hands besides being taught to do the plain sewing and mending caused by their own pVeience In the bomee Many mothers would rather do nil this work than show their daughters how but when analyzed this attitude of thp mothers is usually traceable to a lack of pains patience and true regard for the daughters welfare The average girl Is willing to help If how to dp so audj made to feel Jhat the nsr slstance that she does ender is worth while IT PAYS edwJithk a1 1l iir Iftr 4 r ft J n MeCtH Petttrnflo 3374 MISSES SIMPLE COSTUME flouncing com blued with nlenciennes and Cluny Insertions Would be S equally effective fn bordered of pretty de e inch taught pinna iu HOW stuoble and clovpr uuuerI In the fall The best opinion along this line is that It does pay the benefit derivable from the clover turned under I being quite largely proportionate to IilC thriftiness ot the clover plants and stand secured Even If such a course Is followed the benefit of the laytorallow the clover to possess the ground the following year taking ort a crop of bay In the early summer nod plow- Ing under the second growth in the fall the benefits derived from the legume are greatly Increased This is due to the fact that the older cud larger the root systems of he clovct are the more extensive Is the develop mont of the nodules which are the depositories of tbe nitrogen which Is growcloverpaysdeal more for two THE SEED BED Next to securing good seed that will grow there is no other respect In which the tiller of the soil should ex ercise greater care than in the prep aration of the seed bed More farmers fall down here and lessen the capacity of their land to produce large crops to a larger extent than In another single way Valuable land should receive something better than this thirty cent care which is likely practiced as generally as It is because the sinners along this line dont real ize that for small grain to grow properly the bed in which It Is planted must be loose enough to make possible a ready circulation of air and moisture from the surface down und groin the subsoil to the surface xnere is being conducted In Ha state of Wisconsin during the present months a cow contest which alms ti discover the champion butter prodinot havingthernghubetweendairyman who Is Interested In hal anced rations will note with Interest the bill of fare which the two coivf have been receiving The one show ing the largest returns Is given thirty five pounds of corn silage ten pounds of alfalfa four pounds of wheat bran groundlmrledally lyflve pounds of corn silage thirty pounds of mangels eight pounds of timothy and clover hay eight pouuds of cornmeal and four pounds of gluten meal dally It is uot 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 mauufactprles and are viewed as such by the men who own them sustamedsmut in their small grain the same diffi bytreating dilutIngabout thirty gallous of water Tho tewlioursbetoreabout six Inches deep on the barn or sprinklednot to put on so much that it will soak Whentheshould be shoveled over and mixed thoroughly so that allot tbe seed will Anfnspectlonsolution has been added the IrK time If not the seed may be given a second sprinkling Machines coatIng 6 or1are on the market which have a tank containing tho solution through which thoroughtreatment seed for halt a dooa or more farms and might well be owned Jointly t f4 j 1 Z 1 flI have just opened a large and handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Paper in the Schlegel building on Third street and cordiall invite an in spec lion of same 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 fin be done promptly il WJLoLEEDS House Painting Decorating Etc ItCe HandyB- y ROcKFORD KING Copyright 1910 by American Press Association The history of gold mining regions repeats Itself First we have the land worth from nothing up to a few dol tars an acre Then some one digs a bole In the ground to put in a post scoops out a cellar for a house or something like that and finds in the dirt taken out indications of the precious metal He doesnt say anything to anybody but goes ort and gets it as sayed The report being favorable he lets It be known that he has gold on his property Those who strike indi caLlous preempt claims and organ- Ize companies with a few dollarscap itch most of which Is spent for print- Ing certificates of stock Every foot of the ground In the vicinity Is staked out for mines which cross and recross one another at every conceiv able angle There are thousands of thcjc pieces of paper nearly nil worth lessWhen the Clear Greet region of Colorado was in such a stage as this tt man whom I shall call Peter Ander son a young lawyer from the south settled in Denver and hung out his Bhlnglc He had a very frugal pa tient wife who was a renl helpmate to him She never permitted anything to be wasted no matter bow little val ue It possessed and when her husband rallied her on saving worthless things sho would say cheerily It hilly come in handy just In the nick of timeThe principal law practiced in Col orado at that time was with the revolver consequently Peter Anderson found little practice in his profession But money was easily borrowed and the Andersons managed to keep body and soul together by small loans The husband found It dull sitting in his office waiting for clients so be spent most of his time in a neighboring bil Hard room playing pool Ho told his wife that this was n good way to make acquaintances and thus get business She said she thought he was right The members of such communities are inveterate gamblers Refreshments and the price of the game were to be paid for by the loser In add tion to this tile players all of whom were possessed of worthless mining nbIever found their way back to the per sons from whom he won them Every hisIthere and lock them up in an old trunk she kept In the garret She never looked at the names of the companies they represented or bothered her bead as to their value Indeed they were worthless or they would not have come easily into her husbands possession Every night his pockets were searched and emptied but in the morning he would not miss his loss If his wife had taken a few coins he might have noticed it but mining stocks were quite a different matter When he went round to the billiard room In the evening he would think that he bad won some shares the night before but finding none In his pocket fancy be had been mistaken He was a very good pool player and bad no difficulty in borrowing a few shares to begin on Usually he would win pay off the loan and go on playing on his own capital If he left the place with stocks in his pocket the next morning they would be deposited as usual In Mrs Ander sons trunk Bat the pool players didnt bring Anderson any law business and the wolf was continually snarling about his door However the wolves In such communities are usually coyotes comparatively harmless for any man will give or lend any other man if he has anything he doesnt need at the moment Nevertheless Andersons con dillon was not attractive and except when he was playing pool he was very dispirited One day there was a big strike up on Clear creek A mining company had opened a vein that paid many hundreds of dollars to the ton Peter Anderson when he went home that night told his wife about the strike remarking Oh how I wish I had some of the stock of the company I think you have dear said Mrs Anderson and she went up to her trunk and brought down nn armful of mining share certificates The two sorted them tossing them when ex emitted on the floor In their eager hunt for the one they coveted Presently they came to a ten certificate which alone would keep them for awhile Then a fifty share turned up then another ten then a hundred tire hundred Indeed nil denominations It wnsn good while before they got through the accumulated pile When they did they figured up shares in the lucky company sufficient to give them a fortune of half a million dollars When the excitement of the find hind died down a bit Anderson asked lila wife where site had got all the certificates Then she told him that she bad robbed him of them thinking that some of them might some day come in handy Anderson strolled downtown the next day sold a few shares of his stock and went about paying small debts That was the last of his play tog pool for mining stocks for he found plenty to do The day came when ho was sent to represent his state in the United States isenate NELL GUARDEniEASH The Millions Piled Up In the Mint at Philadelphia STORED IN ARMORED VAULTS Vhs Whol Building Is Embedded In a Solid Concrete Foundation and the Underground Strong Rooms Are In pregnable Tho Night Watch The Philadelphia mint always con tains coin and bullion which fluctuates in value each day between a half and threequarters a billion dollars One hundred millions of dollars of this amount Is in silver dollars stored for several years In a room by Itself 100 by 55 feet In area About 300000000 Is In gold coin readyto be put In ell culation ot to be stored In the national treasury at Washington against the is sue of n corresponding number of gold certificates A million or two Is Hi bronfco and nickel coins Finally an amount of bullion varying from a small quantity to several hundred mil Uons ot dollars worth occupies the tour massive vaults designed for the uncolndd metal Kow how is this vast hoard pro tected First of all the tvhole mint Is em bedded In a solid concrete foundation about three feet deep Concrete da every nile knows Is one of the strong est of nil known substances and the most Impervious to drilling or wear Then on the Interior where the vaults are placed within this concrete protec tion comes a solid armor of battleship steel six Inches thIck so strong that un expert working oji it a week could scarcely make an Impression much less penetrate it by hand tools The vaults themselves are sunken deeply below the ground Descending several flights of stairs andpasslng by doors guarded by a fearsome ar ray of rifles for use by the night guards a long fairly wide corridor of solid concrete masonry shows the entrances to the six vaults one for the silver already referred to one for all kinds of coinage but mostly for gold and the remaining four for the gold surer dull nickel bullion The bronze bullion lies In another room by Itself but ash few dollars worth of this substance makes an uncomforta bly heavy load It Is not thought nec essary to surround It with the minute safeguards used In the case of the precious metals The vaults themselves have avdouble combination That to the outer door is known by the cashier only and that to the inner door by the custodian of the vaultsonly To enter a vault both men have to be together and It is a rule of the department that both shall stay together till the Inspection or other object for which the huge safe Is opened Is accomplished Entering one of those great cages after five minutes working at the combination one finds himself in a huge room partitioned ort In fifteen compartments by steel gratings of the strongest kind A straight passage six feet wide and the height of the chamber goes down the length of the room from the door At the entrance arc stored the bronze coins the cents about 80000 worth of them but the amount varies from day to day Next come the more precious nickel coins of which the value usually totals about 300000 Beyond these storage places a steel grated door in the passage Itself has to be opened and then still another to get completely to the end of the room All along the length of this passageway from the entrance to the vault to the end are the compartments for tim coins separated from the passageway by exactly tho same kind of gratings as those which divide the way itself Into sections The bottom the sides and the top of this vault are lined with steel plates and aboutthe entire vault is the three foot protection of concrete Within the vault itself are the separate compart ment each locked These compartments are examined shortly after the end of the fiscal year and are then scaled by the examiners so that any entrance to them would be impossible without the breakage of the seals In each compartment devoted to the stor age of gold the coin Is stored first in bags which contain 5000 each In half eagles eagles jor double eagles and then these bags are arranged twenty on a shelf Each shelf has thus 100 000 on It The shelves are arranged in rows downward ten frpm top to bottom of the compartment each row having thus 1000000 In gold In it Electricity lights the entire section of each vault and the electric current is so arranged that It it were possible for the vaults to be tampered with the electricity would Immediately give no ticeoutside that something was wrong A detachment of guards every night is stationed at the entrance to the stairways leading to the corridor which gives access to the vaults themselves Their orders are to shoot dow any one attempting an entry For the protection of the mint front fire a well drilled fire brigade has charge of tbe extinguishing apparatus There are thirtyone fire alarm stations located In the corridors and rooms throughout the building- At night every fifteen minutes thirty one watchmen ring a signal notifying the watch in the telephone room that all is well All these men carry revolvers during the night watch If the signal from any watchman was not heard at the right time an Instant harm would be sOundedPhfladelpbia- flecorl It Will PlaseHer immensely Nor is it to beVoadered at that sho gases witli rapture on a gem so rare See its fellow at Yeagera Jewelry Storer Showing exquisite Wedding and Birthday gifts there somethirir out 61 the ordin tit ReJIabJe slaco jobuy No mis representation Every article fully warranted Splendid stcck of Watches and Jewelry at prices distinctly low F J YE4GEIRIDtln t jJ ZICOTD UYTVcY J FreejromAlcohol Since May 1906 Ayers Sar saparilla has been entirely free from alcohol If you are in poor health weak pale nerv ousask your doctor about tak lag this nonalcoholic tonic and alterative If he has a better medicine take his Get the best always This Is our advice A ers wepUbUsit onr formulas w butish alcohol rom our mi4leinei we nrc you to yourdoctor A slcggish liver means a coated tongue a bad breath and constipated bowels The question IS1What is the best thing to do under sucn Ask your doctor if this is not a good answer laxative doses of Ayers Pills Made by the Z Ayer Co LowU Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of William H Tudor deceased are hereby notified to file the same properly verified with the undersigned on or before Maylst 1910 or the same will be barred STATETJASK TRUST Co Admr Wm II Tudor deceased By R E T0BLEY mar 16 7t Cashier EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is till agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing tjiat has baffled them is to find some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them Zcmo tjie clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of tire skin and de stroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and cure by Zcmb is explained in an interesting book on the subject issued by the Makers of Zemo It tells how to dure yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandrulfxand all diseases of the skin and scalp Call at Perrys Drug Store for booklet and learn moro about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp tf We are here to cater to the traae oi the town and country Citizens give us a trial Jn SANDERS A Co 128 tf Phone 57 Dire Distress It Is Near at Hand to Hun dr ds ot Richmond Read ers Dont neglect ah aching back Backache Is the kidneys cry for help Neglect hurrying to their aid Means that urinary troubles follow quickly Diro distress diabetes Brights dis easeProfit by a snit rers experience Mrs Mary Iliuson 21 Strotber St Mt St rliiur Ky says I believe KidneyPillshealth was veiy poor and two of our lest physicians stated that I had diabetes and could 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 dusinp which spots bated belore my eyes I often supportMycould not stoop to button my shoes in fact I could hardly get around I was so mnch impressed by a testimonial given in lavor of Doans Kidney Pills thm 1 decided to try them and pro cured a box They Rave me promt themuntilbut little trouble from my kidnevs now thanks to Doans Kiduey PUs For sale by all dealers Price 50 cts FosterMIlburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doansand take no other mlm Condition of TobacccT Farmers whose tobacco has not been delivered would do well to examine it A press dispatch from Carlisle says Tobacco growers of Nicholas and ad joining counties in many places are busy moving their 1909 tobacco owing to the report tbat it is beginning to funk and spoil whore it is bulked in the barns of the growers Considerable damage has already been reported from some sections arid there is a general rush being made either to deliver to the Equity redrying houses or prepare to ro dry in local barns It is said unless im mediate action is taken to remove it from the bulks groat damage will result An Experts Opinion 01 Skin DIs eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific experience he has never found so hard a disease tp conquer as Eczema Yet ho docs not hesitate to recommend Zemo as a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp lIe says that not only do its curative qualities make it popular but also the fact that it is clean liquid remedy for exter naluse Agreat improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them 1eavingthe skin clear and healthy used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladly supply thoso who call w Hh a Iree sample bottle of Zemo and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with Zemo tf An Embarrassing Situation When the time for tho payment of the teachers salaries in February ap proached tho State Treasurer informed the County Superintendents that it would probably be a couple of weeks before the money would be ready Some of the teachers who neededtheir money badly discounted their clalnfs at the local banks on the statement of the County Superintendents that the money would bo hero in a short time The time for the payment has long since passed and still the money isnot forth coming and the County Superintendent is placed Jp an embarrassing situation Itch Relieved at Once That terriblo itch disappears with the first drops of a simple compound of oil of wintergreen thymol and glycerine mixed InD D D Prescription This soothing healing location used external ly kills the eczema germ instanly Heretofore the D D D remedy has been sold only in 8100 bottles but as sp cial Jfter any sufferer in thjs town wfe tins never tried Q D D can now fItNW 1iW 5aMi y 3A 4 I Good Things to Eat I Th fi all we early Whether its a K like sugar or a fancy table dell like imported chene we have it I IIbplaependableIterymust Each stand article examrnatlonII brands offered its superior merit I brand competes for preference and none gains a place on our shelvesI if it falls to measure up to our standard of quality hlgbIof the recent successful 1One representation in our line is I 11CdFFEEa smooth and dainty mend Of selected highland grown beansthe I iSarkef choicest The Elects process of slowcookingand I drynring preserves the genuine tflavor and improves JJ I using Electa Coffee are care of IInfinest quality a satisfaction that itt IItselfwould make Electa worth other coffees moreII Compare itwith any eve drank before Youll like the rousing Savor r and the glorious aroma t I I I T a te andS o nj I Telephone 3- 5TT1T I I I Special AttelitiollF is called to the WmJOIiverIM- PROVED CHILLED PLoWI unquestionably the best on the market We Also Handle the Vulcan Plow and All Vulcan Repairs Taylor Oldham Dealers 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 phones Yours truly JV GLASS SOY j2015t Camp Nelson Ky Harry M Blanton sis DENTIST VOQcelD Bennett Bulainz Jinly IfiLrPilONE 195 For Sale Privately two store houses one occupied by Taylor Oldham Hardware the other known as tin Uncket Store both on Main St J E Greanleaf tf Executor Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 per cqnt interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C ChennuH Attv G9tf Richmond Ky James ouse1farm Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed S Iorall the good things p to cat that aromado and J sold under the Beech ttINut Brand probably Peanut Butteri- s the most popular tmade of the finest blond of Spanish and Virginia peanuts roasted and salted and ground into a fine smooth butterll- cJ licious and healthful Better Order a Trial Jar of Pea nut Butter Big Bundle of Gurre ncy is a pretty dangerous thin to 1111Sor to be known to bjj abut you Bit check book of tho State Bank arid Trust C o is never a temptation to violanca is of no use xc3l to this ovrisr W iv not carry such a i3j b V l31l the dangerous cash Some miJ men would still hit living if they tal followed that prudential plan L Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKiltlpp VeteTlau iclfege ill Veterinary Surgeon Office at J IL Azbills Stekfe Office Phone M lIes Phone S32 f lIchMdlsd Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist Teloplion j 27 Office in Ohlbaot Unu u- DMOffNAlTLTV ATTORNEYSATLAW ICKMOND KENTUCKY Office oh Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett MilliontSacetMor to Kunria A Pew DENTISTOver State lUnic TraM Coapauj TKLKPHOim SK 4 SULIiJVr ATTOHMYATIUW S10HMOND KENTUCKY thee over State Bank Truet Co op mite Court House OR Main Street SEW LL McKINNEY e Representative pf the National Cooperative VV1 Realty Company 0 J1 A HIGGINS 1 258 E Main Street Richmond Ky IJaave opened my Real Estate office and will Ite to receive your list otFor Sale or Rent Property 3ftjfcEro pertyor Farm Lands Have arranged to harg property well ad verjised in hqnie papers and IJational Bulletin rftt t5 ocj a t jIcr