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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i t rwP c i coTHE RICHMOND CLIMAX r I36th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1910 NUMBER 46 I I WALL PAPER I The Housewifes Best Friend on GIVE A CALL is a sack of Oblisk flour It makes such delicious broad biscuits cako and pastry and so much of it Try it and provo it Oblisk Hour costs no more than ordinary brands though onco you have used it you would willingly pay moro for it Insist on getting Oblisk There are many tations ijBurnside Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND VUICANrLOWS sanYe V TIe Vulcan Plow Co EVAISVILLE IMD Well Finished Strong Durable light Draft Rib Strengthened Mold Full Chilled Shinpiece Interlocked I Point Land and Standard Point has Face Chill Wide Edge Chill Long Snoot Chill Patented Extension and is the STRONGESTand MOST DURABLE Chilled Point made- When buying allow Consider Qua11t71intlrlce Socond tI FOR SAt BY Douglas Simmons Deatbage AGENTS Wholesale and Retail Vulcan Chilled Plows and Repairs Syracuse Hill side Plows and Repairs ComIPlace Second Street IINew US imi Phone l i St We Sell May Manton fPatter1s IOc Each 1 Itav he Right Way toggetggoodwork is D buy your paper from an up to date ne and get an uplodate paper hanger 20 Cicero of the Mountains Pountaino Fox Bobbitt of Crab Or chard sent the following characteristic communion i mtothoDanvillo Advoc lo Allow a short space in your fairplay columns till can toll the people of the Eighth Congressional District that I havo received a most elegant canvassn Congressional trousseau made and presented by admiring friends in Florida and I shall commence speaking in May and shall speak until the evenings got too short to hold one of my Jong spoochesI Had the primary been called the other sidoof August to havo given all a chance to bo heard I should havo submitted to it but I could only win by being heard at every county seat in the District and that is utterly imposible dropdeadAndrew J James Ron W B Moore Hon Sherod Williams there was a great drouth in the legal profession lawyers were steering with much difficul1 ty between the Scylla of Starvation and the Charybdis of Nudity and ono day an old countryman came in with S25 00 irf fivedollar bills in his hand and hold Ing then out to each said Mr Williams how long will you speak for these five dollar bills And when ho came to the quaint humorous Billy Moore and asked him how long he would speak for that amount of money he threw up his hands and said Till I drapdead in my tracks I am a candidate now while Spring is robing herself in green and decking her self with flowers and whoa Summer come with her fervent heat and more gorgeous flowers and ripeping berries I shall still be in the Congressional blackberry patch and when November Comes thoughthoarena and after the snowy ballads shall cover me with defeat then kind old Win ter can spread her snowy blanket over me and the next term Phoenixlike I shall rise again for another race until I go where Congressional honors are dim or perchance such honors will not keep olf the heat Fontaine Fox Uobbitt A Special Line Mrs Hallie Ueatherage is tho agent for the Spirella Corset Co and has the only agency for this famous make in the county It is the only corset of the kind on the market in Madison county She has a largo line of samples on hand and will be glad to show them aSOlt J R Pennington Dentist Office next door fo Government build ing Richmond Ky hi 12 W Ps BAXTER a S ElmkQ line rich lor plain food equally valuable D savlnQIndispensable For Home faking Prison Reform The first prison reform measure to become statute law is the indeterminate sentence bill which has been signed by the Governor and will become operative on June 15 Under the provisions of this law all persons convicted of a felony after that date will bo found guilty by the jury and the presiding judge will pronounce the sentence to the penitentiary for the period covered from the minimum to the maximum time as fixed by the statutes for the crime The time at which tho prisoner is entitled be paroled will depend on his good con duct while in prison but not before ho or she has served the minimum sen tence Prison reform advocates say that if the Legislature did nothing else these bills would stand to its everlasting credit One Conductor who was Cured Mr Wilford Adams is Ills name and he writes about itSome time ago I was confined to my bed with chronic rheumatism 1 used two bottles ol Foley Kinney Remedy with good effect and the third bottle put me on my feet and I rmimed work ag conductor on the Lexington Ky Street Railway It gave me more relief than any medicine 1 had ever used and it will do all you claim in cases of rheumatism Koleys Kidney Remedy cuss rheumatism by eliminating the uric acid from the blood For sale by Stockton k Son Concrete nests are best for setting hens tf Watch for the Comet The Red Dragon of the sky Watch the children for spring coughs and colds Careful mothers keep Folevs Honey and Tar in the house It is the best and safest prevention md cure for croup where the need is urgent and im mediate relief a vital necessity lit prompt use has saved many little lives Contaids no opiates or harmful drugs pllckajtetemember and Tar and refuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son Are you saving your coupons given on the piano by the Normal City Laundry Itsafino instrument and everybody has an equal chanco to got it jjl32t Talked To Death The oldest monument in Indiana is to be found in Pritchctt cemetery Monroe county It bears this remarkable inscription Alice First and Last Wife of Thomas Phelps Talked to Death by Friend Philips wife was unlearned in rural housekeeping and officious women neighbors who soon recognizcdher lack of training in the art of managing a country household called on her in swarms and fairly over whelmed her with their unsolicited ideas and suggestions She became a victim of nervous prostration lost her health and died For Sale My house and lot adjoining ball park Apply to tf J A TODD Wrong Way stockand anybody i 4yA w For Less Our liberal guarantee is backedup the S1 Stearns Foster Co and proves beyond doubtIt the superior quality of Stearns Foster mattresses TtSrEABS MTTRESS no to do The K is a secret and by a or a talk in sold free L JW Why Do You Suffer With headache biliousness consti pation and the ills it brings with it when Foleys Orino Laxative taken regularly and as directed will relieve and cure you of these ills It tones up all the digestive organs carries off the waste ot the body and stimulates the bowels to their normal activity and regular action It is a splendid spring medicine and now js the time to take it It clears and tones up your entire system sale by Stockton dr Son The is to buy a lot o old get to hang it for you Phone by Heavy impure blood makes a mud dy pimply headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes ynt weak pale sickly Burdock Dlood fitters makes the blood rich red pure real ores perfect health Concrete nests last forever For sale by O W Potts 125 Dogs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf For a mild easy action of the bowels a single dose ot Doans Itegulets is enough Treatment cures habitual constipation 25 rents a box Ask your druggist for them THE WALL PAPER il Better Mattress Money FosT WINDSORGRADE 13 50 We guarantee it to be better than any advertised- make at any price All Stearns Foster Mattresses allow you to examine the insideIthe most important side to of the very mattress you buyIsomething other maker allows you inside ofmost mattresses dark you cant judge merely pretty ticking clerks pleasant ACome today Every mattress on 80 nights 1rlJiEL Oldham LackeyItching For complexion Wo are in the market for all the fresh clean eggs you can bring us This is season for storing and vrtj will pay you the highest market pric Gott Bros Fine Eggs For Sale have lot of fullblooded single comb brown leghorn eggs for sale at 51 per sotting of 15 eggs or 8150 for two settings Mus Joni RICE f23tf It D Richmond Stttt1- Stash ft Hustling C StoreJ other knowIt v I ii 8 V Is it worth 25 cents to you to stop that awful agonizing itch Snrely you will spend 25 cents on your druggists recom mendation to cool and heal and soothe KyflyLaboratories of Chicago we are able to make a special offer of a 23cent bottle compoundlmowlI or write or telephone to Stockton Son Richmond Ky We absolutely know that the itch is stopped at once b I D Prescription and the cures all seem to bo permanent j2Gf t 1 tWe Set May Manton Patterns aI- Oc Each Spring 1910 We Want to Sell You This Season 1 Spring 1910 vV y The outfoak for the heavsest Spring trade in years is very Promising We reiir our share Therefore we have laidin heavy supplies in all lines and being Cash Buyers f we were able to secure large quantities of merchandise af rock bottom v w y Fx phelowest prices this season There are no better values to be had r 1 t Js f A than we offerI Remember we keep N r A t i tJ i r r t 1 Org Goods Olothin Shoes Oorpets Matting Quos Trunks TelesGORefftEjc Etc f 7ff f f J v t r r i t y J r r i tr iWh4V riyou are s Veanri g ApPare Iwe tJsr suPPIX You We contmue tb believe ii1 fr 4 r 4ja + 0 l1 rt t f t t trIh tJ 1rJ r rtj J ii a 1ir2bn stValues LowePrices p r NrbKi g b 4Y s i N f 1ir jpt r 1P h t ot gf ti 1 i I t g C1it Pir t yt i r 6 f x t i 1 o l t Jt i l 1j jr k i1 Pt y- rt4 J 1f i 1 f 4 j r 1 t 111 1t tVNl iI4 i IPGJi 1 QI1 1 im bSV WI I L1L 1 t Y r r iq f t Ifw i iip i S7 1 t k i kk Ci a11 r Ie itt V j P I Vi i Sv 2tsNi Cr ti 0 ofP 1 i lJf L r S J fVV iw4 J3i fi f tili 7 f 8 eltIIf 4 r tT Jrj6 thec rsI I- 1 fI 19 i ifA J II 0vip is + 4fr 11 Y II aI r l R 1fl B Wornin Whi1- flufd to PI msB l JtisCendthem to us for we select our goods for the fasliclifc j 0 ouswomerithe ones other merchants find r hardest to please As to our j Dress Goods 1 we have the newest diagonal weave in all colors from 89c to198 per yard Our FOULARDS are the choice of the seasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89- cto179per yard Beautiful Swiss Embroideries in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Look at our Readymade Waists and Skirts All styles and prices I Owen IVloK ee 5ee Our Bargain Counter j Butterick Patterns v The Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR PRESS sod PUBUSIERS LEAGUE FFICE flOO PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APR 20 1910 No political qucstion of recent date has aroused more real interest and enthusiasm in this State than the probability that Hon Tas B McCr ary will become a candidate for Governor of this Commonwealth lie is being warmly urged by tho papers all over tho State and ho has the matter under his careful consideration No man in public life is belief know thoughout the State than Senator McCreary His political career has been rich and full of honors and his home people especially would be happy to see him rule again over the Grand Old Commonwealth Senator McCreary is a trueblue Democrat and it issuch a man that is needed to harmonize tho party in Kentucky He is expected home at an early date at which time it is expected he will give formal announcement in regard tohis intentions in the above matter TOE Central Kentucky Womans Clubs have raised a protest over what they term in the classification of housewives in tho forthcoming census as idlers As a result a telegram was sent to Census Director Durand objecting to tho form of blank upon which the census enumer ation is being made and in which housewives according to telegramare classed as having no occupation Signers of the telegram urged that the word housewife be inserted by the enumerators in the census blank As for that cometwell there is no need to worry So far as its present visits is concerned it is as harmless as a Fourth of July skyrocketmore so in deed Some day it may really collide with us instead of giving us a whisk of its impalpable tail and then there will bo troublefast furious and final But as it will not return for seventyfive years after it crosses our track about May 18 we can afford to leave the worrying to another generation Louisville Focus As exchange gives an incident illus trating the impossibility of telling wherethe trouble resulting from a mort gagewill end A man mortgaged his farm to buy his wife diamond earrings The wife took n washing topay the in terest 011 the mortgage and the first day Jpst one of the diamonds in the suds then tried to hang herself in the barn but the rope broke and she fell on aSiOO Jersey cow breaking its back TUB Earlington Bee of which popular and congenial Paul M Moore is editor and publisher sent out with its regular April 1Tcditkm a special coal supple ment thtrtysirpages magazine form it is full of practical and scientific infor mation concerning the coal fields and industries of Western Kentucky This supplement represents no mean amount of labor and it is Indeed a credit to Mr Moore and his enterprising paper POI LAn and smiling Daniel Mac Hir Hutton editor of the Harrodsburg Herald is tired of the reveries of a back elor and in Juno will become benedict The fortunate young lady Is Miss Grace Stephenson Linney of Harrodsburg Mr Hutton is one of the most popular members of the Kentucky Press Asso elation and is equally as popular in fra terrial church and social circles THE Republican newspapers of the Eleventh Congressional District which are lighting him inihis race for the Con gressional nomination refer 40 Caleb Powers term of imprisonment eight years of graft Thlst s from an unex pected quarter but truly some good can come out of NazarethBig Sandy NEWS CoMMESTiia on some recent action of members of the Democratic Com ittee the Midway Clipper says there should notMthe faintest suspicion of iHifair MMMbtiagttscd la the iaterest Of any OMdWtU ltoj MBB ratk party IMC jiLILi l free p- ear1l WM s w1JI If 1 II Lki a i LITTLE chickens and planting gardens is all the talk now with the women Smith Grove Times It maybe now but therell be more talk when these llltlo chickens get into the garden especially if it is the other fellows AND now some ingenious follow has invented an apparatus which willenablo the kisser and the kissco to enjoy a hygenic kiss by the method of antiseptic gauze between the lips of the contracting parties The inventor has certainly never enjoyed the old time bus TEDDY is not satisfied with piercing the thickness of African jungles viewing the wonders of the land of the Nile and the sunny clime of Italy where he grew sentimental and drove over the roufo of his honeymoon trip lIe is now plan ning to ascendin an airship IXCOXSISTEXCT of human nature If shown in the fact that a Rear Admiral of the navy was retired because he couldnt stand the test of a ninetymile ride on horseback Looks like it would have been more proper to HSK him to swimWn do not credit the rumor that CoL Roosevelt will demand President Tafts resignation on the 4th of July Wo be liee the Col will allow him to serve out his term Cynthiana Democrat A young man twentytwo years old has recently been elected Mayor of the city of Seguin Texas He made his campaign on the declaration that To Stand Still is to Retrograde IT has been suggested that inasmuch as an oversupply of gold is responsible for high prices that some of gold be put in cold storage and some of the eggs be released THE country editors havent had time yet to say much about the failure of the peach crop which item has become al most an essential part of spring news Judge Benton Mentioned For Congress Winchester Democrat says It is re ported that lIon John W Langley will be a candidate for the nomination to succeed himself as the member of Congress from this district and he will probably get the nomination if ho asks it but the nomination does not mean an election this time by a whole lot For instance we have only been in Winchester a little over one month and yet we know at least three men right here either of whom can lick Lingley in the final tussle in November The men we have in mind are Judge Benton J1I1 Stevenson and Judge Evans and no doubtthere are many others It took just two hours to sell every onepf the 3100 grand stand seats for the opening ball game oftho 1910 season at Cincinnati The season opened Thursday Kind Words The kindly word is as cheap as din so give a kindly word today ancflt may heal some grievous hurt and cheer some pilgrim oiijiis way There is no profit in a frown it never cased a load of care its memory may triverdOvn some others heart and anchor there The kindly word you pass along the pleasant smile that you bestow may fill some darkened life with song and make some weary bosom glow You may forget that word and smile but some one treasures them be sure youll hear about them in a while for through the ages theyll endure It may bo in a million years when you from whom the kind words flow are roaming oer the shining spheres and sowing Stardust as you go some other shape will hall you there and cry across the fleecy flooV You saved me from the Black Despair when wo were on that lower shore Your kindness brought me to these heights where I have sought you tar and wids through all my days and all my nightj I prayed for you until I dledEr Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small vealcalves Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher fccgs Tele phone 481 ojlwrite t9Foxk Hamilton Richmond J13tf GpttBrothers desire to purchase your weel and wilt pay est prices for HJlti 430tf The friedof this paper will Jlewe hand us in h4 news items when they at fresh We prefer not to jmbUek a Wrth ttr ttw felid k wes ft iapi lv 1 JI It brnMwt- wee i u 1I 1c Will Meet Here Program Danville Sunday School and District Con ference Sunday Schools and Epworth League Apr 20 9 a m Opening Organiza tion and Reports 1030 to 12 Discussion Topics Organized Adult Classes G D Prentiss The Graded School C K Dickey Tho Teachers Work1st In the School F D Palmeter 2nd Out of the School R n Baird Homo Department G W Crutchfield Evangelization of Outlying Districts J L West AFTERNOON 200 Devotional 216Discussion Topics Sunday School Discipline R F Jordon The Lesson Illustrated A B Brown Round Table 30 min E S Boswell Primary WorkLeader lobe supplied EvENiomE ErwoBin LEAGUE 715 Devotional 730 Call of Charges and Reports If no League why not 750 Value of the League to the Young Life of tile Church L Robinson 810Practical Suggestions on Organ ization and Maintenance J P Strother DISTRICT CONFERENCE APRIL 27 9 a mOpening Exercises and Or ganization Written Reports 1000 to 1100 Discussion Topics Local Frontiers of Church Usefulness How Extend Them J A Sawyer Todays Agencies In Hardening Hearts Plan and Process of Rescue E E Holmes The Unresponsive Harvest Laborers How lay it Jo Heart E H Pearce 11 a m Sermon W F Vaughn AKTEESOON 200 Devotional Service 215 Discussion Topics Literature of Today as Help or Hind sauce I J Dickey The Church Paper Its Value and How to Place it in the Home G V Todd Our Conference College Its Claim on Church Loyalty and Patronage Pros J J Tigert Sue Bennett Memorial School Prof J C Lewis Lessons of inc Laymans Missionary Movement Dr C B Van Arsdall EvEzN- o730Preaching A P Jones THURSDAY APRIL 28 900 a mPrayer Service 930 Report of Committee of Ex amination and Licensing of Candidates Reports of Local Preachers and Renewal of Licenses 1030 Annuual Conference Benevolence Lessons from Success and Fail ure J D Roth 1100 a m Preaching J Godbey The Lords 200 Devotional Service 215 Womans Homod Ission Society Mrs J J Dickey Womans Foreign Missionary Society Miss Belle Bennett 300 Election fLay Delegates all Candidates C K1 Dickey J A Sawyer and F D Pal meter All rportsare requested to bo written and1imited to two minutes Representatives of our own church papers and schools nro invited and will be accorded a hearing IK W ItOBERtsON P E Shelbyvillc Ky Dont sell your wool until you set Wool Deathernpc lIowiIlpay spot cashand the best price the market affords 420tf What is Your Answer If an ant onjin apple were to see al cannon ball 1C inches in diakieter corning direct toward it whore could it run for safety If Halleys comet should strike the earth where would you bide Fiscal Court met Monday and after appropriating 10000 for repairs anfl maintaining spikes in county adjourned 4e Meet lirst Tuesday Ja May Heavy Fine W A ttIRfsaleolkeeperO Law Hteebwg and oafe M the we lihM t meg in Anderson county WM heavily soaked In policy eouat HarrodHirg JktltOliMo1pus l He wsJoiatly wU- l b DiWb1 aM riltttwJi WI MIt S MM Ml I I f 4 r p ctt Personal t Mr John Harris who spent the winter in Florida Is at home Mrs Mbertltichspfarr of Louisville isa guest of Mrs Gus Cbrisma- nilr James White has returned from an extended trip through the West Mrs Robert Riddell of Irvine was a guest lat week of Mrs 3f ealo Bennett Mr nndirs C T Fox are at homo from the South where they spent the winter MrsJfealo Bennett has been enjoying a short visit to Miss BessIe Riddcil in Irvine Mrs Flora Green has gone to Lexing ton for a visit to her daughter Mrs R Lee Davis Mr Mat Penningtbn of London spent last week with his brother Dr J R Pennington Mrs J S Crutcherhas been in Lexington visitingher sister Mrs Harri son Simrall v Mr Everett Wilt has gone to Cynthi ana to take charge of his ice plant for summerMrs Tudor Vaughn of Irvine was a guest last Wednesday of her aunt Mrs Claude Smith Mr Ma ford Burgin of Lexington made a short visit last week to his aunt Mrs J A Stevens Mrs William Gilkeson of Blanch Kyhas been the guest of her sister MB Edgar Blanton Dr H M Blanton and family left last week for Ashland Ky to visit his sis ter Mrs Joe Head Mrs J W Zaring is at home from a three weeks stay in Martinsville Indian apolis and Cincinnati Misses Rose Florence May and Irene Alverson spent several days lastweok at thp Seelbach in Louisville Mrs Elmer Tate will be hostess of the Mary Pattio Music Club this afternoon at her home on Fourth street Dr L R Henry has removed from Union City to North Middletown to re side having left Wednesday- Mr Will Bybee of Somerset was a guest tho latter part of the week of his parents Mr and Mrs E H Bybee Mrs B D Gordon and daughter Fran cis Smith visited Mr Gordons moth er Mrs Sam Gordon in Nicholasville last week Mr Clark Allinan who is studying pharmacy in Cincinnati has been here for a visit to his parents Captain and Mrs Jas II AUmun Mr and Mrs Henry Hughes who spent the winter in Florida passed through Richmond Friday onroute to their home in Lexington Mrs Frank Jennings of Jacksonville Florida is expected soon for a visit to her mother Mrs Thos Phelps before the latter sails for Europe Mrs L B Herrington entertained last Friday with an elegant luncheon in honor of Mrs Warfield Bennett and Mrs Lindsey Blanton two of the seasons brides Rev Ellis B Barnes of Grand Rapids Michigan will fill the pulpit of the First Christian church next Sunday morning and evening Mr Barnes comes with a view of accepting a call Hume Wagers of Richmond is spending the week in IrvineMrs 0 H Park was up from Richmond visiting friends over Sunday Judge W W Park of Kirksvillo spent last week with Irvine relatives- Messrs Harry Anderson and Joe Burn side were visitors in Richmond Monday Mr John Marrs of Richmond has been visiting his sisters Mesdames Kiunaird Swinebfoad and Tomlinson Lancaster Record Mr and Mrs Hanloy Nippert came up from Cincinnati to spend the weekend with Mr and Mrs J D Dykes and to see their daughter Margaret Lackey who has been sjpendjng several weeks with her grandparents Hon Brutus Clay exminister to Switzerland and wife of Richmond came over Sunday in his automobile and visited her mother Mrs Xannie Fish Mrs Fish returned with them to Richmond for a visit Jessamine Jour Among those from hero who took part in the program of the CW B M Con vention at Stanford yesterday were Miss Mary Tribble who responded to the welcome address and Mrs G D Sim mons who gave a talk on Elementary work in Sabbath School Mrs J S Joplin and children en route to their homo in Bloomington III from Florida stopped off here for a visit to relatives Mrs Joplin was tho beauti ful Miss Rollii Harber and has many friends here vho are giving her a hearty welcome to her old home Miss Edna Giunchigliani who is a student at the Cincinnati College of Music and a pupil of Sig Albino Goth was recently heard in a recita at the Cdeon and impresed herhearcrs with her remarkable talent ana mastery of the piano She played the first and second movement from the Sonata in IJ flat by Glade with much skill and ease Miss Lucia Burnam who was to have sailed for Europe on the I0thof May has changed her plans and will not sail until June 2nd Miss Burnatn has been appointed by the General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian churchas one of three women delegates to attend trio General Missionary Conference to be held in Edinburgh in Juno Miss Burnam expects to continue her travels afterwards und will make an extended tour of Italy Switzerland the la dor the Nile and other places of greatest interest MisK Hello Bennett who is otto of the best known womeii jn the Methodist church South will also attend the above Conference Mrs Thins Mize died suddenly Mon day morning at her hone near Cal lSt She loaves a husband and several chil dren to mourn her loss to whom rauch sympathy is extended by their many frlends Burial took place yesterday Will have on sale Wed nesday evening and lay Thursday lot NwI York Samples of dresses suits long pats short coats OfaM Linen suits lace waists silk Waists they will go at a price never dreamed of so do not miss the chine i L t lt 0 0 0 IIIiii FvbD An t 1 rctwthr1e I Kigltt in Quality 1htinPrice I F ill I UI Rice Arnoldi TRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE F Iv 21l Sweet Remembrances- Lot Fate do her worst there arc relics of joy- Briglitdreams of the past which she cannot destroy And which come in the nighttime of sorrow and care To bring back the features that joy used to wear Long long be my heart with such memories filled Like the vase in which roses have once been distilled You may break yow may shatter the vase if you will But the scent of the roses will hang round it still Wool Deathorage will pay cash for your wool and the best price tho market will afford 420tf The postqfflce in London was entered by burglars at 3 oclock Saturday morn ing and was successfully looted The large steel safe was blown to pieces by nitreglycerine and nearly 3000 in cash and stamps take- nThoroughbred S C Reds Exclusively Bred for beautyand utility A superior wintorlaying strain eggs and baby chicks for sale Price reasonableMrs C Coomer Phoao Vaco53 Speedwell Ky 2mo First in The South At a meeting of the Kentucky Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis In Louisville last week the Secretary Mr Kerner announced that Kentucky is the first State in the South to take up tho fight against tho white plague As is known Mrs B L Bank of this city is a member oftbe Ken tucky Association New Way to Break Ground J H Caldwull a farmernearSpartan burg S C broke up an acre of ground with 800 charges of dynamite the ex plosive being used instead of a plow Mr Caldwell claims that blasting land with dynamite is the best method Jor subsoiling and that it can be done more cheaply than by manual labor Many persons from the city and countywere present to witness the experiment Three Men Dead Three men are dead as the result of a fight between C A Jones and Jefferson Wilson at Heidelburg Leo county Sat urday night Two men were mortally wounded and two more received slight wounds as the result of a fight which took place ina newly opened malt mead stand operated by Dudley Lujes at Hoidelburg a station on the Louisville and Nashville railroad six miles below BeattyvllleIProf Crabbe Will Encourage Athletic Sports President O Crabbe of the Eastern Kentucky Normal School while here Saturday stated that he has taken up tho active work of tho presidency of the Institution He will encourage all kind of athletic sports and Irons this year on the school willbo represented by a base ball and football team Prof Crabbe says that Richmond is such a hustling place that it Js impossible for him to get a house to Jive In Frankfort Jour nal Moonshiners Caught In Jackson County IUnited States Marshal William Mays W T Short caught Pen Taylor Lee TaYlor Robert Peters and Charles Lewis in the act of making moonshine liquor Saturday night in Jackson county and took them to jail at Beatty ville Sunday They had a pretty isrlItheihad to Jlim on the head with a pistol and knock him down before ho would give up Hes aThief Some peopleseem le think that if they find goods or mObeyall the have to do is to keep the same until some ono ad vertisesfof it aad tybio one advertises they cas oeavert tfee goods or money to tIJeir0Yft use This is not the- Jawn4 theeewbo o not with the law way subject lItemseheH prose cution for larceny Those whq fin4 money orgeods hive a duty to perform Mrrorof many inttatnag wjre p of le w94 hold feod MM UM lijWfui swaer X order to gets small reward for belay hooetm in eomiM forward when a re war wa Mteehed to the aette Carlite Cwart The Advocate reprH as f UowsiArge crowd in town and eeoeidh liVe Wwete on the market Hop MM feM JM US per hsodrBd t oat 1e b P i q Jtt a nawbwr tf I teIIik Er i4 twI W- IIttk y n U o a 1lJN 5UDCOH Tl COOK WITH GAS CHEAPEST SAFEST CLEANEST QUICKESL WAY Richmond Water Light CoIn- corporated Balked at Dog Tax Saturday Deputy Sheriff Ernest Martin arrested Preston Craig a negro for refusing to pay tax on a dog which it is alleged he owned In Justice J L Fretwells court he was fined 31 and costs aggregating 9Paris Kentuckian Citizen If every man in Madison county who failed to list his dogs and pay taxes thereon should be fined in proportion to above the surplus after paying in full all damages for sheep claims would be sufficient to erect sew eral modern school buildings Have You 3487 Have you 3487 in your pocket or in the bank If you have net then you are shy on the per capita circulation of money in the United States as shown by the books of the Treasury Department in reaching this calculation estimates the population of the United States at 89883000 and announces the amount of money in circulation on March as 3134093250 which if equally divided would give every man woman and child in the country 3487 There is ill circulation today 49315244 more than there was a year ago One Mans View The nuwspapers comic Sunday sup poments that picture hayseeds and birds nests in farmers beards and make fun of the hornyhanded agriculturists arc responsible for the high prices of food stuffs NQwYorkthe legislative committee investigating food prices Mr Stewart said the comic supplements ridicule the farmer in his work and so drive tho farmers on to the cities So few men are left to raise crops that many farms are being abandoned Only the older people remain on tho farms and little food in excess of what is needed there is being produced So it is now comparatively easy to corner the market on many food commodities He declared the situationis alarming and should be changed by making farm life more attractive Modified Pledge Wanted- A movement has been started among the growers of Scott county to have the Burley tobacco pledge amended so as to be more satisfactory to tho growers Among some of the points made prominent are these the Board of Directors shall keep only raoney enough to pay legitimate expenses the remainder to be sent tolbe County lloard of Control in ton daysand the lMerpay it out to the growers la ten mof Jys next thegrow er be allowed to r iiry grade and prize their own tobacco provide they wijl have a good grader to sample it fairly next that the pool be declared off if eighty per CRt r1becrop tenet pOOled by October 15th that any grower wh poate aaS then jelk his bcaed sballl forfii a f iftkeatsv1Goth Seetayj An intricate CeSome UJM ag Ksbert Hswpfcms o SanrpUwef 4ea tottl Ja thai soctiQ4 uQ WUiemlo fr Xasti f Fayette county i vrfw in Iwn faj Mttef some of them Jtt pbrie3 f18JlH- lbf4tthirhng aaoUe- rwatss4o le JMMJ Mi pMUetiary inm JMi ttuatlowlMl hk cattle and Ma ht paid him for them lI lft rWartIPQUob e tteae dMsthaMchte4 jit for ifto yjw bad paWMj atotenc Kl l uotie mae Woda MI botiha tobacco Md Mae ma Jtriwi befc JwiIII W iO 1Ii E soi ttT j j r1IIaJ Enemy of Potato Bugs There appeared in some parts of In diana last season a small bug with variegated whigs which destroyed thousands of potato bugs A half dozen bugs will quickly kill 100 or more of the potato bugs on a single plant Specimens have been sent to the government for examination The New Babv small Elkton boy was once called IA view his newborn baby brother looked it over with dissatisfaction and finally asked Mamma where did this thing come from An angel brought it Jimmie Wuz you awake when ho came Certainly Jimmie Well then Mamma all that I have got to say is that you are dead easy Id like to see any old angel put such a looking thing on me But I reckon we are stuck unless I kin work Johnny Green to trade sight unseen for one of his spotted pups Test Your Seed Corn The climatic conditions which prevailed during the last weeks last sum mer while the corn crop was ripening were of such that despite tho great size of the crop it is found difficult to secure seed corn in sufficient quantities the germinating power of which can be relied upon Seedmen and farmers are having the same experience- It becomes every farmer then who expects a fair crop of corn next fall to jxerciso unusual care in the testing of iis seed He should not only select the most promising ears but should test it ear by car He will very probably be surprised at the number of ears he will have to reject as nongerminating He may even find that he cannot from his own selected ears get a sufficiency of reliable seed But there should be no foolish risking it in planting it with out testing Better undergo a large amount of trouble and save much ex pense than Invite failure of tho crop by planting at a venture It is just such emergencies as this that the new farm Ingventuro proves its superiority to the oldIBids for Pike Work Notice is hereby given that W R Shackelford County Judge as directed by the Fiscal Court will receive at his office up to and including May 2ndat 5 p m sealed written proposals for napped stone of approved quality and size to be spread upon the various sections of turnpikes in Madison county with suf Bcent dirt to hold same in place for the year 1910 Bids tbe made by the rod spread on pike at places to be desig nated by Road Supervisor Amount not to exceed appropriation hereafter to bemade Also ditching by the rod Contracts to be made with successful bidders with ap proved security Contracts to be let to the lowest and best responsible bidders The Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids Ollie James will make the season of 10Q at the Mpborly Forest Grove Farm within the city limits at 10 to Insure a Living Colt 25 to Insure Jack Colt and Jennet Colt same as Mule Colt OIUB JAHKS is a black jack with white points 10 hands high extra bone and muscle foot and weight Hela sired by the R P McCord jack First dMa Shelby Irvine 2nd dam Black wood At Uw same timo and place I will staad ay goodjitallkm 3 BrilliantE tl5 to hire j- oKrllliMt Pcfebww ti colw ycftMiP1MOblfOG SfttiMOJlCare talealoprvtftt accidents adeapec Ml not re oasifele sbosld My occur Llsm retaioed oa celt witH W vice fee i pakl MaMikeftH grass a W imM aday- Kr Mfcliniite will ea hand dtir- ih icwiik day Jo atM to all br 5 li7t Tt l J iiI rL TJI Potatoes Sell For a Song Many of those who raised big crops of potatoes last year and stored them away expecting a bigger prico in the winter or spring have been sorely disappointed as the spuds are now worth very little on the market Many crops sprouted so badly in storage that they have been sold for hog feed at a mere song Thousands of bushels have been put to this use and theres money in it with porkers bringing eleven cents a pound TT What It Will DoiLet the young man about town of a job try a year on the farm Pin will give him a new constitution tim kinks out of his head the froi of his throat the gas off his stum tile weariness out of his legs tin r r off his toes and give hUn goo a tite an honest hiving and a siui r heaven Point Out the Cut You Want I and it is yours We have nil ejpeciall choice cuts resiv ed for particular customers All our meats ore choice ud we treat everybody alike at this market So dont stiy away because your meat pur chases are small We take is much pleasure in serving tile small buyer as the big oil Jaybe your family will In large some day C C CULTONlSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE BUY Pride Bloomington 0f 1 Canned Corn k and Guess on Paid Attendance at Opening Ball Game here with Winchester on May 5th With every TEN WRAPPERS taken from Pride of BIoomiHgton lmnedorn you are entitled to one guess as to what will be the paid attendance The follow ing prizes will be given to those guessing the correct or the nearest correct at ton dance For the Nearest Correct Guess One Casetwo dozenPride of Blooming Corn and Two Admission Tickets to Iirnext game after the prizes have been awarded For the Second Nearest Correct Guess One Dozen Pride of Bloomington Corn and Two Admission Tickets to the no t game afterThe prizes have been awardedJfFor the Third Nearest Two Admission Tickets to the next game after the prizes have been awarded HOW TO GUESSEnclose ten wrappers pinned together in and envelope On one of the war pers write your NAME and GUESS Seal the envelope write your name on th OUTSIDE and leave envelope at your retailers store All guosses MUST be in the hands of your retail grocer not later than 12 oclock noon of May 5 the day the opening game Guess which are not in by that time will not bo countL The quality and purity of Pride of Bloomington Corn is guaranteed second to at the price ELLOGG and CoIncorporated iti w 911IES- STOF4E For young men and men who want to look young We have more than 500 customers wearing Col legian Clotheswe refer you to any of them We have the largest stock in the city of FINE CLOTHING to select from Prices from SlOto S3O I- ROYAL I HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES J 5 stanifer Proprielor F Ini RIh Qnd Kh 5iY a i IIt TTa1 11i z L 1 r WIi NeWly 1V1arriclCouple will find this establishment a veritable gold niine in Furniture Carpets Stoves and all Household r I Supplies I We make a andareQu Your Credit is Good With UsTi Se save you 10 to 20 per cent on Cash Purchases LUMANANDHIGGINHOME I Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon I We are Headquarters for KENTUCKY SewingMaohineSnpplies for all Machines Smart Clothes For Ladies and Misses will be found in c f f MtJ M Barlowit 1 f Readytowear Parlor in Building with Mr F J Ycagcrs Jewelry Store 218 West JIatirSlreot Cme lnwflI be glad to show you my now linoof Ladies Readyto wcar in tlio Latest Styles and Materials When you get my pricos they will surprise you and youll cOmo bacfcagaki yourtailorsthe utmost limit You do not wish to feel that your attire will not bear iust comparison with that wjrn b y jour 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 ments know that there will be noothers shown thatcan sup plant his skill in cutting fit ting and finishing Qeo MarischenOver Sextons Shoe Store We do Cleaning and Pressing Tele 1 73 Prince Arion Two Year Old Record 65 day training 227 THREE YEAn OLD TKIALj 219 j Sired1 by the Great AriQI1i M i po1d for 12500000 Will Make the Season of 1910 at my Stable Corner of Firsthand Water Streets Aif AT 15 to Insure f Living Colt IRobt Walker Richmond Kentucky d PRINCE 4269 PEAVINE c i THE GjEAt SADDLE STALUO Will make the Season of 1910 af Robt Walkers Stable Corner 1st and Water Streetsr 15Ofa LivipgC1 Mon duoWhOflCO1L is foaled marejaftef Mred toanoCr horse LIenre1i- ii f t oaalIcolts for service fe f iWALKER RICHARDsoN 1 RicHrnond Kyrf rj P i a r IEggs For Sale pure Essex Strain Barred BrownIcghorn RedTurkeMrJillaco Gilbert fO2m It D No 3jRichmond Ky eeppcialhrpeommended cnnlororders of the kidneys and bladder thai copse with advancing Teats It will ijrdiseasonotcine For sale bv Stockton Son Eggs for Sale IFrom pure bred Essex Strain Barred Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn per settIng of 15 eggs or 40 eggs for82 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys and Muskogeo flying ducks Prices on eggs quoted on application Mrs Wallace Gilbert 2 03 mo n IX 0J Richmond Kv Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly ii For Sale egsforsaleso African goose eggs SOc a piece I can spare two or three pairs of geese MHs CLARK RICE 0mtf R D S Richmond A Knocker igajffitSrVviio cant see pooj in any person or thing Its n habit caused by a disordered liver If you find that yon are beginning to see things through blue ttpectaclus treat your liver to a Rood cleaning out process with Bal lards Herbine A sure cure for con sickheadache LPerry 1 I pRINCARION 2year oldriord227 65 days trainingw Trial yearold 219 rs lie is 5yearsold beautiful maliogauypbay star and two white feet stands 16 hands high good footand bonoinahCndiand eartho finish of a stddle horse PerfeQt disposjtioh A lady can drive him and I dont think anybbdysh6rso- tcanget away Jhcroad Money due when fact is ascertained or fmare parted with Lien retained on colt forservice fee N responsible for acci dents or escapes vV if ROBTWALXERr I r cr I i PrincejPeayine J Reg No 4209 jJusVcoming 5 years old beautiful dark f4 chestnut 15 34 hands higb looks more j liohisgrcatsire than any colt ho ever giredJ atTKis breeding by the champion siro pf the world bred just r JikeHho champion mare Edna Mac flrois a horse bredin tb9p rple more fold Peavino bloodthan any horse living Aflne Individual fine size rich color with great cleanisand sound ono that will sirojshqwliorses and high priced fesliowsr tho kind that jgets thqmoney Walker 3 Richardson ieiti4IJr It Tr TA Legial Picture Puzzle Bjr ANNA BENTLEV CopYrIght 1310 by AmrlcaB Prew ASSocIation eakIngotthat have occurred IB which young accuscilotgettlngI followIngI once bad such a case and It showed me how difficult It Is to arrive areluterestedln tiUtamakeswhat is really false A criminal case thepartslDlIstplaces to show the design oldflockadaythe Stock Exchange She was twenty herNeverthetessvery well together and the young wife np clred to be very fond ot her iBockadayhis doctor could not make out No suspicions were cast upon his wife at the time nut Mrs Hockaday did not husbandsdemisement and her participation at balls tollowedUnd she been more circumspect In this regard probably the celebrated case of which she was the central figure would have never occurred The police In order to satisfy a public clamor get up something they call acase and there isa preliminary exanv Ination So they did In the Uockadat affair But nothing was proved and the lady was not held for trial This Is the beginning where a few scattered parts of the picture puzzle are furnished but the picture Is Dot even coucelvecTof Unfortunately this disposition of the case did not satisfy the talkers who still Insisted that Mrs Uockaday bad poisoned her husband She made a statement to a reporter that she would not rest until she had proved herself innocent Then she stirred up the matter reflecting on Peter Uockaday a nephew of her husband who would have inherited his property bad the uncle not married This fired the nephew who caiiio out with a statement hat he believed the millionaire had been poisoned and demanded that the body be disinterred and tested by experts This was done and a heavy doso of n poisonous substance was found In the dead mans stomach It was now plain to those who were amusing themselves solving the puzzle of the Oocknway case that It would turn out to be a representation of a poIsonlugritnln mnn h Mrs tfockaday was arrested and placed on trial I was her counsel The prosecution brought out an Im portant fact that tended to prove her guilt It was proved that she bad pall from time to time considerable sums to an attorney of bad repute for cervices connected with her husbands property On the day of his death the millionaire went to this attorneys of flee drank a glass ot wine went home lid died In a few hours Tbe picture puzzle changed There was now a rich old man a shyster lawyer pouring Out a dose with one hagd nnd receiving a bag of gold from his wIllow The shyster attorney testified that bo received fees from Sirs Hockaday for legitimate services connected with her prospective Interest to her bus bands estate tier object being to secure all the property herself and prevent any of It going to any one of her husbands relathos The prosecutol endeavored by cross examination to make him reveal more exactly the na ture of these services but failed Seeing tat it liphoovwl me to ex onerate this attorney who had been receiving money from my client and was accused of poisoning her husband In return for his fees I urged him to- go back to the day Mr Dockaday was supposed to have been pojsoncd and discover his whereabouts at the hour the millionaire visited his office The result was the proving of an alibi When Mr Hockaday called on the attorney the latter was in the office of h man from whom bo was endeavoring to oxtortsomo money under a sort of blackmailBy time the puzzle framers were ready to give upall but a young ife making way somehow or other with a rich old husbanU and n set of rascals helping her There was a central piece to the icture without which it was insolva blo One might put alt the other pieces together but nothing would come oft without this central block But when it was inserted tbo puzzle stood out complete the picture being plain as day In the examination of the shyster lawyer it came out that the nephew young Hockaday was Inti mate with him And finally I proved Urn the nephew bad wet hiS uncle In the shysters office on the day of his death and the two had drunk a glass if wine together The nephew was the central piece fa the puzzle and the picture was a rich uncle and a nephew the latter putting poison into the old mans glass torpoison the widowaud pet tbo prop erty but sh was afraid of him and JiepE out of UJa vty VT Robinson d Faulconer sold last week to Tr lr tHey of IU sins ville Missouri four yearling jacks for 81500 J P HarbcrsOii of Perryvilic sold samo party an aged jack Tom Keene for 5400 EXCURSION 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN L LTI1uirta SUNDAYApHI ClLTRA1 N- MicW 654 LIt T1ItEtALWT rN- k j iVewf Newf New- I P have just opened a large and handsome stock 61 Beautiful Wall PaperIntho Schlcgel buildfngi on Third streot and cordial invite an In spectionof same Wo are prepared to do FIRST CLASS PAPER HANGING on shortest notice ind in tlio best manner Will appreciate a call Remember this paper isMh stock and can be done promptly W0LLEEbHou- sePaintini Decorating Etc Jt is not always the loudest clacker at the street fair or circus that has the best sideshow nor the windiest ad vertiser that sends the best goods to his patrons There is no vital connection between noise and quality of goods anykIndroot system equals or exceeds that of the top It seems bard to cit back a thrifty and promising top but this Is just what should be done if the tree is to make the best development There Is probably no force not ex cepting steam that possesses the force exhibited In the expanding of freez ing water The results of this tremendous power are everywhere visible In nature and form a niost Interesting InquirIng opinioncontinual breeding from immature hoglackIngframe and more subject than the off spring of mature rows to diseases In the same way the first calf of young heifers is seldom taken as a producer of breeding typcs t rrhCws fn post states make the maintenance of tha partition fence between twopaeesl matter of Joint responsibility asjbeRreen the respec tive owners The typo of fence de- sIred by one proprIetor provided It Is within the scope of the definition of a legal fence the other proprietor can bo made to furnish through appeal to the trustees having these matters In charge White clover not only makes a most excellent pasture grass nnd source of food supply for bees at blossom time but the superintendent of one western road the O n and Nls making tests of itwlth considerable success as a means of preventing the washing of its cuts along the Columbia river The clover roots make a fibrous nnd cow pact mass white there is sufficient moisture from soil and air to Insure its vigorous growth On the basis of Us value In tucreasbing crop production fresh manure Is rated as having a value of 225 per ton and experiments which have been made show that It will lose onethird of its value It Jtls allowed to lecLizfor 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 collegeI While not much has been said about it the fact remains that an Increase of about 15 per cent was tacked on to thc several cereals by the Payne tarifl bill which its makers contended reduced materially the duties on the necessaries of life It is n well known fact that there was no demand on the part of the grain growers of the coun try for this Increase hence It was probably levied at the instigation of the speculators and millers to help themselves directly and which they could refer to as compensation to the farmer for placing hides ou the tree list There Is 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 the highest records for the first month have shown a butter return ranging between sixty and eighty pounds The dairyman who is Interested In bal anced rations will note with interest the bill of fare whIch the two cows have been receiving The one show thirtyfieof alfalfa four pounds of wheat bran barleydallytyfive pounds of corn silage thirty pounds of mangels eight pounds of timothy and clover bay eight pounds Of cornmeal and four pounds of gluteu meal daily It is not surprising that cows that get outside of such an amount of raw materials do business at milking time In quite a real sense they are milk manufactories and are viewed as such by the niou who own them If any renders of these notes sus tamed losses last srtfsou ns a result of smut In their small grain the same diffi culty may be headed off this season bj treating the seed with a formalin solu tion This fungicide is made by dilut ng n pint of 10 per cent formalm in about thirty gallons af water Tho seed which should be treated n few hours before using should be spread about six inches deep on tbo barn or granary floor alid the solution sprin takenJnotgrainshouldthoroughly so that all of the seed will be moistened with this solution An Inspection will show whether enough solution has been added the first time If not the seed amy be given a second sprinkling Machines wsting or 7 are on the market which have a tank containing the solution through which the seed Is passedand given thorough treatment Such machine could trent iced for half a dozen or more farms tad might writ be owned Jointly q RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denominations We must become more human If we would become better nnd more clvf llzetLDr Emil G HIrsch Hebrew Chicago Men of Power A fiery furnace or a lions den make little impression upon a man ot Dan lelilke character Praying men are menof powrIle Dr John To Stone Presbyterian Chicago Developer of Character Religion with education brings oul the young man In all his character shows the formation and basis of Lila character and Ideas Itev P F OHare Roman Catholic Brooklyn True Greatness Tho really great man Is be who In spite of his relation to carnality and sin leaps beyond or mounts the skies and rises above all fogginess and little ness Rev T A Moffat Congregationalist Newark N J Preparation For the Future The best preparation for a good life tomorrow Is living well today The best preparation for another life is the best use of the life that now is Use and not abuse the world Rev A B Beresford Universalist Baltimore Look Out For Your Character The man who Is narrow and sordid In his youth will be narrow and sordid all his life Young men should know baveInRobinson Presbyterian Philadelphia Crises and Ideals LIfo has many crises Every Ideal met Js a crisis every duty every vi sion of better things Ideals come upon us in movements Their realiza tion may take a lifetime Rev Wil liam Forkell Peoples Church Aurora IlL SpiritTowill are functions of the spirit The object of thought Is truth the object of love Is goodness the object of the will Is to keep the personal powers in order Rev J F Goucher Methodist Balti more Test of Ones Religion neIghbormost evident test of a mans rellglfft will be found in his attempts to do something for some other Rev WIl- liam H Day Congregationalist Los Angeles Cal Reward For Small Acts The slightest and most Insignificant action performed In a state of grace and done from the love of God with a pure Intention Is worthy of merit t1nstormedIntoiloryllev man Catholic Utica N Y The Price of Progress If in any relation in life progress la to be made we must pay the price and tho testimony of the ages Is that no is too great which buys for us freedom of manhood and womanhood the shackles of intellec tual and moral slavery Rev Dr Wal ter Calley Baptist Jamaica Plains MassvOur Share In Gods Out of Doors It Is a beautiful garden Into which God has Introduced us The fresh air and the sunshine the quiet and ref- reshIng resting places the flowers and the birds the waving corn andstho silver moonlight the rippling rivers and the mountain stillnesses It Is Gods out of doors and ours It Js ours but in it God has a share We arc to dress and keep it for him When Gods sunlight and fresh air are denied the children In tenement or sweatshop office or factory when the crystal streams of cities and towns arc made channels of filth and four talus of Impurity breeding places tar disease when children are asked to play on cobblestones or In blind al leys Instead of In fields of living green whoa schools have their playgrounds In cellars when disgraceful billboards scar the face of nature and vice Is segregated upon the streets of a great Christian city we are false to our trust Rev Dr Hugh T Kerr Pres- byterIan Chicago HopoCrowning Is mans Instinctive hope of Immortality Man Is the only animal who ever lifts a gravestone rind publishes his convic tions that the soul lives forever The vastness of this physical universe with its myriad worlds makes It unthink able that ourearth alone Is Inhabited There must be other realms where men live and love and invent and slug pray and aspire But the truth and tho beautiful and the good ore the same In all worlds All souls when they meet will be brothers Mans love of life the overequipment for his little arena of threescore years his revolt from death his uncompleted sciences and arts and tools his half wrought laws his Imperfect liberties all ask wcrltlerWhispers to death approaching Too short The time is too short flea son building cities is n toll angel hut Imagination bath wings and forehead that brush against the sky Looking sown on Reason Faith nod Love whisper encouragement and point toward the stars What weight of character and Jjcanty shall be wrought in the soul when time and those that dwell beyond have completed their ministry delis not yet appear What we do know encourages the hope that all that Is the seed hero shall be tb sheaf there that the portico shall give way to the tompio The star fades because thp sun risos In full splen dorTbe 1D0rnlnsJutIlfnss because high noon lOl leRlv Dr New Ill Dwight Hillls Cbngrcgationalist Brooklyn It S tiU Please Her immcjuol Nor lilt to bo wondoredat tttls4swiLi rapture on a gem so rare v at Yeagers Jewelry Stqrer Showing exquisite WaiaIatJw Birthday gICtsther itin out of tho ordin ary lioliable jilctt to buy No inis roproseitatlbaj Everj article fully wnrriitedJfT S dittiek of Watches ftnd Jeweltvaijrlees4fetMictly lowv y Y 1 mot JV tAll tIe u c k f cJ Free from Alcohol Since Mays 1906 Ayers Sar freekomalcoholpoor health weak pale nervous ask your doctor about tak ing this nonalcoholic tonic and alterative If he has a better medicine take his Get the best always This is our advice 4qerUsh our fornuii banlih alaohol our tnediolnei W pyou eonaaltyour doctor A sluggish liver means a coated tongue bowelsThe AsIPillsIfSNotice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of William H Tudor deceased are hereby notified to file the same propcjly vcrilled with the undersigned on or before May 1st 1910 or the same will be barred STATE BANK TKUST Co Admr Wm II Tudor deceased By It E TUKLET mar 10 7t Cashier How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff tooktheagencyforZEMO forEczemamust frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment pleasedtostatas Zcmohas given splendid results wherever recommended Our custom rs like Zomo too because it is a clean e UseZtm to the surracGof IhVskin and destroying the eleaingnot soil the clothing or linen anil can be used freely oiuinfants bookletonWdrdshw1uJyv pgrsdn can be cured t diseasesbytf VR0rrys Drug Store We are here to eater to tho trade oi the town and country CltIensgivo us a trial J B SANDERS Co 12S tf Phone 57 Read Em All Jfo one who does not real the adver tisomentiin a newspaper gets tho full value of that paper There is always good news for some one in the display columns if the readerbutglances through them Dire Distress It Is Near at Hand to Hun dreds of Richmond Readers Dont neglect an aching back Backache is the kidneys cry for help Neglect hurrying to their aid Moans that urinary troubles follow quickly Dire distress diabetes Brights disease experienceMrs st lit Sterling Ky says I belieVe that if I had not used Donns Kidney 111hEalthw8sbeet physicians stated tbat I had diabetes and could not expect to recover They gave me a year to prepare for my sad fate The kidney secretions were unnatural and contained sediment and t times mv body bloated I was ner ous and suffered severely from head aches sad dizzy spells during which spots floated belqre my eyes I often supportMycould not stoop to button my shoes in filet I could hardly get around I was o much impressed by a testimonial given in iavor of Deans Kidney Pills tlrti 1 decided to try them and procured a box They rave me promt relief nnil I continued taking them until I was in rood health I have but little trouble from my Jciiliievs now thanks to Doans Kidney Pills For eale by all dealers Price 50 cIa Foster fIlburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for tile United States Remember the name Doans and tako no other mIiu Hogs and People It has already been said that in Ken tucky horse trainers receive more money than school teachers and that the barns to house the live stock are made more comfortable than the school houses but there is something worse of the same kind Gov Willson signed a bill for an appropriation to stamp out hog cholera and also an appropriation of 5000 an nually to prevent the spread of communicable diseases among animals but vetoed the bill providing a sanitarium for consumptives when this dread dis eaie is on the increase in this State animal life to bo put above human liteIin Kentucky Elizabeth town 2fcws Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and bo permanently cured by si clean liquuT preparation external use Mr Perry the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants lila customers to know that it is recommended for Eczema Blackheads Pim pies Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skic and scalp Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured in your own home without an inconven ience or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation tf Hes a Thief Some people seem to think that if they find goods or money all the have to do is to keep the same until soaioohc Ad vertises for it and if no one advertises they can concert tho goods or money to their own use This is not the law and Ihoso who do not comply with the law nmysubjcct themselves to prosecution for larceny Thoso who find money or goods have a duty to perform and thalaw provides thatthey must perform this dutypromptly We have known of many instances where people would hold goods from the rightful tfwnor in order to get ft small reward for being honest pin coming forward when a reward Avasrattached to tho notice I Itch Relieved r at Once That ttribla Itch disappears with the first Ilr of a compound of oil of 1v nterlneenthymollD1 glycerine mixed in D n D Prescription This soothing healing location used external ly kilts the eczema geriRlnslanly Ic toOIltloJ 1K D remedy ias- 4tOII1i la IM bottles but as iirnyUpS3l siJffererliV thiS town woaor ihd 1 3 kD nJtOlllr J 104 tW 1i 11 ioo C t i Aa 2s I I If 11Good1hini t Eat t ThatlIItwe cany wittber Jr aV IStaple like or a fancy tabledeli I Icacy like imported J BEvery I I Each article is chosen front taofSmlk Ibrandi iu offered because it hu prore t4 Each brandc for preference and none gainsLplace on our shelves f if it falls to measure up to our hIghwstandard of quality One of recent successful contestt ants for representation in our line is I smooth and dainty cttd I of selected highland grown beansthe aarkefs choicest I I Thenltct2prOCeSSofslOweookiugand preserves genuine flavor and improves it CoffeeIIn using ELects Coffee are sure I the qualitya satisfaction that ini itself would make Klecta worth more than other coffees J f Compare it with you ever drank I Yoult like the rousing Savor f and the glorious aroma I rflITelephone 35 VA I S aS p p s-A S y l Call Your Attention to the Celebrated Hoosier Corn Planter fMke Genuine Brown and New Weste- rnCULTIVATORS Double Shovel and Drag Harrows the very best goods arid niclass almost to themselves Come and lseitTaylor OldhamDealers in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street SHemp Growers 1909 crop of river bottom and upland cultivated hemp seed latest impartation Sample and pricoon application Hoth phones Yours truly J W Glass Sox j2015t Camp Nelson Ky Harry WI Blanton DENTIST OOffice lo Bennett Bnialn nly TELEPHONE 185 For Sale Privately two store houses one occupied by Taylor Oldham Hardware the other known as the Racket Store both on Main St J E Greanleaf tf Executor Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands The Northwestern Mutnai lAte In- sUrance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm ISll son Mortgage Apply toJ C Chenanlt Attv 09tf Richmond Ky James Hunley Will buy or sell your hnut e farm town lots or any thing else in the Real Estate Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are needed la j1or all tire good things to cat that are made and sold under the Beech J Nut Brand probably Peanut J Butter 2 pORulitrIof Spanish and Virginia ILpeanuts roasted iid I ground iiito a fine smooth butter de J licious and healthful J Better Order a JTrial Jar of Pea ButterA ELECTA COFFEE L i r We You Have It on the- Holdup Man when all he can take from you is a check cO1ttoacepunt with the State Bank and Trust Co and pay everything by check When it becomes known you carry no cash youll need no burglar insurance That profession will let you severely alone Dr C H Mainh rtOradnnleMcKllflppVeterlnsry clleee Veterinary Surgeon Ollice at J It Azbiils Stable t Olllce Phone 90 Ros Phono S2 Richmond Ky Dr Robt G Boggs iIDentist Telephon3 267 Ollico in Oldham BuHding O fe D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Burma St Denny DENTISTOv- erstate Dank Trust Compauy TELEPHONE 506 f A a ih g4 AroBzILA1 SiOHMONIV KENTUCKY oposite SEWELL MCKINNEvrl i Representative of the National Cooperative Realty Company ifJj A HIGGINS 258 EMairntreet Richmond Ky I have openeVi my Real Estate office and will be glad to receive ypttrlist o For Sale pr Rent Property City Prp petty or Farm Lands Have arranged to havQ prppcrly atver4e4 ibOe ppeis d NaW BJIJefia fW n2 Ii F I19IIi iI 1r t =s p c ITTij JI = East EndMillst J B Sanders Co Props f Richmond Kentucky f 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 of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn to accomodate the far mers trade Our Motto is Live and Let Live y Give us n chance and watch us grow J B Sanders GoLocated at R R Crossing cu IrrtnsIStr- cetPohne57 4 iffinnond Kentucky h TIlE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING Of course you want the best results To in sure success buy 1 SEEDSfrom us We have every variety of the best brands all fresh new and clean You cant be too particular in selecting seed Come to us and you will make no mistake JAMES B PARKECASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 62J FIRST STREET M WIDESIn the Market for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats Etc Be sure and call me over phone before selling as I can save you money M WIDESTELEPHONE 363 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY J All the Ne- wCreationslIn fine Dry Goods Notions etc are now on display at my store We have given deep thought mid 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 goodsbrought N V WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc lRcillrdu s 3 1 Snow Liniment4 Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Old Wounds Sprains Bruises etc Give it a Trial and be Convinced Three Sizes Price 25 SOc and 100 BALLARD SHOW LINIMENT CO ProprietorSTSold and Rocommendd b- IIL PERRY Look OutHalley s Comets Coming Itll possibly strike us about May lst Come now and select 4- iSuitS Skirts or Shirtwaists and be prepared to meet the catastrophe in the highest of style A iook through my emparium will convince iypuof the fact that the latest and smartest things in dress goods are to be found at my store JB Walker 1 Fitting by Mrs Moore the best 4 S 3it RknndJ oY ri o1 l George EnglLs- hPLUMflING 1 I r Doctorfor I Gas and Gasoline nginesI Agentsfor Johnson Best System qf Water Works 1 for country and suburban homes r 210 E Main Street Phone 619 I 1RICHMOND KENTUCKYII + NW WAll PAPERSO- urnew goods are all in and wo havo the cream of ten of the best factories Including Permanent Solid Colors Duplex and Oat Meals In grains Chambray Jaspo Stripes Foreign Designs Cut Out Borders and in fact all that is new in decorative Wall Paper Give us the pleasure of showing you tho largest selection to be seen this side of the cities and all at prices that will please you All Regular Borders 5ame Price as Papers TVc employ none but tho best paper hangers and we hang your paper at 10 Cents per Roll Walls Borders and Ceilings all the Same Price We Are HeadquartersF- or Window Shades Pictures Frames Mirrors and all kinds of Glass House Paints Carriage Paints Varnish Floor Stains Floor Paint 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 OFFICERS DIRECTORS E L Woods Iresident Marion Coy R L Arnold W C Fish VPrcsidcnt J ll Woods R G Guyn W G Kemper Cashier J S Burrows W CWynn O U Tenill Asst Cashier E L Woods W C Fish Peoples Bank of Punt Lick Ky CAPITAL STOCK S 1600000 SUKPMJS AJiu UNDIVIDED PKOFITS 1100000 DEPOSITS 10000000 Your Banking no matter how large no matter how small THE PEOPLES BANK will give it careful attention This message applies to women and men alike Come in and see Us we are always glad to see you The Safest and Most Convenient Way to do Yoar Business Is Through a Bank With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with with years of experience the Peoples Banks of Paint Lick Ky Stands ready to servo you Your business is invited with the assurance that every accommodation consistent with safety and commensurate to your balance will be extended GIVE US A TRIAL AND WE WILL PROVE IT PEOPLES BANK PAINtLICK KY 130I 130 Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 We will on Ocl 1 st 1910 give away one full 100Alsoand open rolled Bridal valued at 30 legitimateitwill give to each and every purchaser ticket for every 10 worta of trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the diy of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in our line of a liberal discount below the customary prices This offer will save you money when you call in and make you money before yqu go out Sec our circulars for full expla nation plenty of them at our office Reed 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 Busgies Manyer Buggies R L A Buggies Kauffman Buggies A Post Buggies and all medium Buggies Break Carts Road Wagons and Surreys Rubber tier the best put on quick and reasonable First class Horse Shocing the best Buggy trimmer High Class Painting your Binders and mowers quickly re paired Blacksmithing complete any job in wood neatly repaired and also have the finest mechanics Send in your Vehicle for Painting arid Rep is Early Lackey Colyer Penny Photos 20 for 25 Cents Four Positions The Schle el Studio McGaughey Moberley The Homes Bungalows See Our Plans We Material Furnish the Tcr Build Them All Kinds lD1ttb r Doors Sash Flinloid and 2ply Felt Roofing TotIdI3dwards Lumber Co Ie rT tieS u ai t Tie Richmond Climax rmiwa WtWKSWT IT THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR Xaber PRESS u4 fBICE 100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APR 20 1010 FOR CONGRESS- We are authorized to announce lion HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county a candidate to succeed himself in Congress from this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party Hair Health If YouHave Hair or Scalp Trouble TakeAdvantage ot This Offer We could not afford to so strongly en dorse Rexall 03 Hair Tonic and con tinue to sell it as we do if we were not certainthat it would do all wo claim it will Should our enthusiasm carry us away and Koxall 03 Hajr Tonic not give entire satisfaction to the users they would lose faith in us and our statements and in consequence our business prestige would suffer Therefore when we assure you that if your hair is beginning to unnaturally fall out or if you have any scalp trouble Remit 03 Hair Tonic will promptly eradicate dandruff stimulate hair growth and prevent premature baldness you may rest assured that we know what we are talking about Out ofone hundred test cases Roxall 03 Hair Tonic gave entire satisfaction jn 03 cases It has been proved that it will grow hair even on bald headswhen of course the baldness had not existed for so long a timo that the follicles which are the roots of the hair had not become absolutely lifeless Rexall 03 Hair Tonic is vastly different from other similar preparations We believe that it will do more than another human agency toward restoring hair growth and Hair health It is not greasy and will not gum the scalp or hair or cause permanent stain It is as pleasant to use as pure cold water Our faith in Rexall is so strong that we ask you to try it on our positive guaran toe that your money will be cheerfully refunded without question or quibble if il docs not do as we claim Certainly we can offer no stronger argument It comes in two sizes prices 50 cent and 100 Remember you can obtain it only at Perrys drugstore Richmond Have you seen the new concrete hen nests They are great For sale by O W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf Concrete nests aro the most sanitary for the little chicks tf Thoroughbred R C Reds Exclusively Bred for beauty and utility A superior winter laying strain eggs and baby chicks for sale Price reasonable Mrs R C Cpomcr PhoioWaco52 Speedwell Ky 2omo Catarrh Will Go Relief Comes in Two Minutes Complete Cure in Few Weeks Dont go on hawking yourself sick every morning its cruel its harmful and its unnecessary If after breathing Hyomei tho won derworker you are rid of vile catarrh you can have your money back No stomach dosingJust tako the little hard rubber pocket inhaler that comes with each outfit and into it a faw drops of Hyomoi Breathe it ac cording to directions In two minutes it will relieve you of that stuffed up feeling Use it a few minutes every Jay and in a few weeks you will be entirely free from catarrh Get an outfit today itonly costs 100 its worth 1000 to any catarrh sufferer For salety druggists everywhere and by B L Middelton Rich mond who guarantees it to euro catarrh croup coughs colds sore throat and bronchitis An extra bottle of Hyomei liquid if needed costs but 50 eta as the little herd rubber inhaler you get with outfit will last a lifetime MIONACUres It iclioTca stomach misery sour stomach lchingand cures stomach disease or money back Largo box of tab lets CO cents Druggists in all towns Cook in- Comfort A PluckyWornan Story of a Press Gang By EDGAR FALES MOODY Copyright 1310 by American Press Association A hundred years ago there was a Connecticut farmer named John dough living on tho shores bordering on Long Island sound Ills wife KntBcrlno dearly loved her husband and their union was blessed with tea childrenOne evening when Katherine had prepared Johns supper dud WitS wait- Ing for him to come home and eat It a small boy with eyes astare came running to the house crying Mistress hyour mans car offWhat dye mean asked bo frightened woman Some men came along while be was a seedin and took him by the arms and run him down to a boat They put him In and are rowin him out to a warship Oh my gracious the press gang She ran out of the house and on to an eminence In time to see the boat pulling for a ship at anchor bearing the British ensign from her peak John Clough had been pressed Into the British service Katherine was so fond of him that she could not bear the Idea of waiting for him to come home after a long term of service and resolved to Join him It possible The ship remained at anchor that night and the next morning leaving her children In the care of ber sister Mrs dough cut oil her hair put on a suit of Johns and taking a boat rowed out to the manofwar There she of fered herself for enlistment She was gladly accepted without a physical examination and donned a sailors uni form She was soon recognized by her husband but she gave him a look of warning and he did not betray her The Britisher sailed about for some time In American waters her captain here and there Impressing a man Into his service desiring to fill up his crew which was Incomplete As soon as possible John and KnthI crJne concerted to make their escape Kathurines plan was to assist John lo get away after which she might declare her sex and get discharged But they both knew that so long as the ship remained on the American coast a very sharp watch would be kept on those Americans that bad been Impressed so this task would not Ix easy of accomplishment And they made an attempt and failed one or both would be put In Irons They kept a sharp watch for an opportunity lint so strict was the watch that none ormrred Finally preparations making for a voyage warned them that the ship would soon sail away anti If they were to put any scheme Itito execution they must do so without fnrther delay One day Katherine left the collar of her sailor jacket open just low enough to betray her sex A petty officer was the first to discover the fact and reported It to the officer of the deck Katherine was summoned before the commander and acknowledged her deception The officer would have put her ashore at once but she begged to be allowed to remain for a time at least as cook Her request was grant ed and she was transferred to the galley But as there was not a wo mans garment of any kind aboard she must needs retain her sailor togs One evening when the ship was at anchor off Ness London John told his wife that he could swim ashore be could only get away from the ship But this was impossible for marines were on watch and any one jumping overboard would be shot If he were not shot a boat would be lowered and the would be captured before he had swum a hundred yards The sailors had got wind of the Intention of the captain to sail the next morning for England and tbe Englishmen of the crew were much delighted at tbe pros pect of going home Though the night was not dark the doughs determined to make an at tempt About eight bells a great flare of light appeared in tile galley and Katherlne who bad secretly collected us much Inflammable stun as she could conceal and bad touched a burn- Ing brand to It raised the cry of tire A fire on shipboard especially on a wooden manofwar where there area magazine mid more or less ammunition always ready for use Is a danger need lug paramount attention All hands were called either to the galley or to the pumps and all hands except John Clough obeyed He was on the fore castle at the time watching the marine nearest him The man was too good a soldier to leave his post but was too much Intonated In the lire that might cost him his life to think of anything else John Clough scuttled to the bowsprit got down on to the chains dropped noiselessly Into the water and swam for the shore The fire In the galley was soon ex tinguished and unfortunately as It at first appeared for Katberine there were evidences that she bad been an incendiary Had she been a man she would hart probably been hanged to the yardarm Even Lied the ship been in an English port she would have been turned over to the civil authori ties As it was she was considered a SIt person to get rid of and was sent ashore Meanwhile John had landed safely without even having been shot at The next evening the pair met at their farm embraced hugged their children and enjoyed n good supper You no longer need wear your weakeningheat en You can cook in comfort heatisthheatreetIoft Oil Cookstoveentirely removes the discomfort of cooking Apply a match and immediately the stove is ready Instantly an intense heat is pro thereiectkseOilpractieUIy perfect You cannot use too much wickit is automatically controlled You get the maximum heat no smoke The NDflls8impfeOwipe with a cleans xceoqueatry there is no acselL CooJeStovfiIe ltHtoperatupward useicieJoe thillforIt has loeg turquoiseblue anamd tilebrightat5aotiyeMMdewth and 3burner stove cam be bad wMt or without Cjlntvrydpy rrywr aetlltffor LcI9UT thFcIjir IID v SttaN OU CJZi- H IIIt tvvrf c r f l LandNTinieCard Corrected March 1 101- OSOLJ1IIBOUNI No 71 Mixed For Silver Creek Paint Lck Lancaster Crab Orchard and points South leaves Richmond daily except Sunday 715 A3I Arrive Rowland 1080 a in No 27 For Silver OreokPalnt LickLan meter Stanford and all station to Louisville leaves Richmond 105 r M arrives Louisville G1U p M No S3 For Jacksonville and the South through trains leave Richmond 1120 A Leave Cincinnati at 800 A u No 37 For iCnosville through trains makes all stops arrives Richmond 1102 XM leaves Ufchmond 1131 A M Arrive Kuoxvl 700 p M No9 For Silver Creek Paint Lick Lancaster all stops leave Rich mond 725 P arrive at Stanford 850 Daily except Sunday Leave FourthSt station Cincinnati 267 rM No 31 Limited for Atlantaleaves RIch- mond 1205 midnight arrives At lanta 1155 A M Leaves Cincinua 815 p ji NORTHBOUND- No 34 Limited tar Cincinnati leave Richmond 417 A u arriyo Cincinnati 715 A M No 10 From Stanford leave Richmond 640 A M arrive Cincinnati 11 OSAM No 28 Leaves Louisville 7 A M arrive Richmond via Rowland 1220 noon No 38 Knoxvi lieCincinnati local leave Richmond 200 r ji arrive Cincin nati 610 P M No 32 JacksonvilleCincinnati limited leave Richmond 517 P1I arrive Cincinnati 845 rM No 70 Mixed from Rowland arrives Richmond 350 r it All trains run daily except where otherwise stated Louinm itliati L I Co- IN EFFECT MARCH 1 1910 SOUTH BOUND No1 No3 Lv Versailles 8 00 a in 12 01 pin Lv Nicholasville 8 43 a m 1243 pin Lv Valley View 010 n m 110 pm Lv Richmond shops 940 a in 1 40 pin LNstatnOKtam 2 00 pin pmArNORTH BOUND Noii No4 120pmLvLv Richmond 826 a m 348 pin pmLvpinArAll trains daily except Sunday Trains connect with Q C at Nicho lasville and with Southern Railway and Interurban Lines at Versailles These trains run into L N station at Richmond making all connections with L N trains H R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouthrock eggs for sale at 75 cents a setting AV O Burke 303m R D 2 Richmond Stops itching instantly Cnres pile eczema rait rheum tetter itch hives herpes pcabbies Doans Ointment At any drug store Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal disease croup Has been used with success in onr family for eight vearsMrs L Whiteacre Buffalo N Y Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar andjnno Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write- J A STEVENS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky 14 of Pound a Week at least is what a young baby ought to gain in weight does yours If not theres something wronjr with its di gestion Give it McGees Baby Elixir and it will begin gamine at once Cures stomach and bowel troubles aids di gee ion stops fretfulness good for teething babies Price 25c and 50c Sold by L Perry Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Tele phone 484 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky j2tf MAIN AND I LIMESTONE I L Strays iOf 0 Rural TelephonesMr Karmcr jJt5jk your home as modem n for your family as a city rest fIIanyyou anti your neighbor ran gH for a sum that is small compared with the bens ftta received Call or address our nearest office or write direct 10 headquarters Nashville Tounessee for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate Jf at present you aranot enjiyiriK telephone service we can immediately L1tissiEsiIJpiLouisilnaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated The llest in Jewelrydorn Invites You to This Store Wo gathered from everywhere good a l well Today wo are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole Wo ask for orltlolsms request your critical looking And Vhon youfUfive seen and bought we are sure youjwill carryaway an im0ress1ofithat will be sure to bring you back Its ournrivjlogo to buyorlpok just as you plnd if you only Io6ky6urj welcome- j F Bi Io LANE Big Watch Sign 210 Main St- reetOIEn PLOWS I TORNADO AND BLLLVILW Disc Harrows with our without tongue trucks Moline Cane Plows The Old Reliab- leStudebaker SVag as Remember we are Headquarters for everything in the Hardware Line DBShackelfordCo Telephone 33 iWomen S ItBffer Cardulforrnbackache pain in the side and dizziness arising from deranged organs It does more p writtenm r TAKE HIJ37 It Will Help You Mrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured sufferingsaythata long and fair trial toButAT ALL DRUG STORES I MAIN AND- LIMESTONE 1 Everything New But The Building The STRAUS CornerNow Under the Management of CHAS L STRAUSInvites all the Old and New Friends to Make MODELI Lexington Chas We are showing an extremely large line of Alfred Benjamin Co Washington Company I Made in New York Clothing Our Showing ol BoysJClothingIs Great JjContainsS Establishments ItEl ti Wehalidle the Regal Shoesin all the styles to lhad ia their own stores I ith OUrUneofHatsiS 64I aej7JL i is Ike o in Central Keatucky III M i nagey Jill I i 1Fj i Company Corning to Stay Over Easter Then orenameledacouplev 1 anysortroom of a character and style above criti any fromherea glowing tale of what afinehomeyouhave 1 BEINETTdHIGGINS UNDERTAKING Why Wait Until the Very Last Minute Dont procrastinate Dont be foolish Take time by the fore lock and get in your Coalnow We Deliver Quickl- yTelephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have tho exclusive sale tria order will convince you that oars is a little better than you have been getting elsewhere and possiblyleFull Weight or Coal Forfeited Broaddus Vaughn Orchard Street Lime 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 Thct vour sale His enarges are reasonable e Dont wait until your house burns to think about insurance See Breck Im i thotBring your wool to Elmer Deatherage arJ get tho highest market price in cash 4 2tf Fire Life Accident and Health Insur ance in tho very best old line Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Mrs Ella L Leachman Fillmore md1 aYSPlease send me a bottle of youi Iurbon Poultry Cure as soon as possl MP This remedy has been recommended to me as the best poultry cure known Mr K S Trimble Oklahoma City Okla says I gave a friend of mine a sample of your Bourbon Poultry Cure he said it was fine and handed meu dollar and told me to have you send him wo bottles Lost One Iron Roller weighing about five hundred pounds Will party who her rowed it please return to my residence on the Su-mmitltM C Kellogg Estray From my place Saturday a black Poland China boar weight about 1W pounds with cut in nose Reward for return of same to 4202t Roy C White Notice Parties owing fees for services of the stallion Bonnie Rogers for theyear 1909 are hereby notifiedthat same have been assigned to Saml Rice and T J WilCoX for collection This April 7th 1910 It Dave S Wilcox Closing Out Sale As assignee 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 C II Pico Assignee Hair Hair Hair I am paying highest cash prices for combings and clipped hair Braids pulls curls chignons made to order Hair dressing and dying skillfully done Falling hair baldness and scalp diseases a specialty Superfluous hair removed from face and arms I have a complete line of toilet articles always onhand YrS J XGeorge Phone 439 142 E Main 61 Wool Deatherage want your w eJ imarketpcKeCorume Mrs Maude Mackey Vtlker Dressing Parlor Briflgyourcobina i I mad into a braid transforx3VkM pMeM pUffs and Other hair pieces Lean MtGr I to do thisworkat a reasonable j ri with my new machinery which jnoj I greater rapidity and less expense gir dyed braids restored to origjwrt s- pHighest prices paid 1at combtef QiU Phone 515 homophone 202 Tw looN above Stocktons drug store4J81 Miy wnolT Ifi rl4lcWtn jr1st1ttl II Around Town I +IAnd tho next lay it snowed haretoThe new Slate Capitol will be dedicated Juno 2 There are a lot of counterfeit quarters in circulation Examine your supply Work has begun on the Cnldwell and colored school buildings 5IeIa to save time The wise man carries both life and haveheRoy T Q Martin of Bowling Green April2iThe President has sent to the the nomination of John G postmaster of Winchester SenateI Every dollar spent by a Club will bo returned CommercialI increased business for the Jack Gilbert colored of this city has pigsConsideringgoing some agogSundaybaptizing at the Baptist church Fifty converts were immersed Circuit Court will convene first Mon day in May Sheriff McCord and deputies are busy issuing summons to jury men to servo during tho term In making your will just leave a small ClajInfirmarycontribution to suffering humanity Less than a dozen white people signed the petition in Harrbdsburg asking for a vote on the liquor question when the matter was brought up in that city last week Mrs Chas Smith formerly of this city but now Winchester fell Tuesday and dislocated her shoulder A similar accident befell Mr Smith while in the mountains recently If often happens that when a woman has raised a family and has lifted her nose from the grindstone along comes the Jokebird the stork and puts her nose back on again Exchange An endeavor has been made to secure interest bearing warrants for schoolteachers but the Attorney General has decided that school funds do not belong to the class of warrants on which interest is allowed Said the artist to the critic You have your nerve to criticise my picture v len you Colt paint a picture your elf Answered the critic neither jan I lay an egg but I know a bad one vhen I get it A Californianhas taken advantage oi he fact that flies always walk up a window by inventing a trap to be fasten id to pane in such a manner that a ft v l enter it without eing awaro that it las left the surface of the glass There will bo a meeting of the Alum mo Association of Madison Intitule in he parlors on the Hill Saturday after loon April 23 at three oclock Im portant business is to be transacted and ill members are urged to be present H F Hillenmeyer the noted fruit luthority announces that the fruit crop Central Kentucky has not been injur ed by the frost or freeze and aibumpei crop of peaches apples and small fruit may bo expected if there is no additional frost A movement has been started toHave the completion of the Henry Ciay monu ment commemorated with appropriate services conducted by the Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky of which the great statesman was once grand master The newspapers in every community are ever ready and willing to help every commendabla interest of their respective towns ad cities Therefore the newspapers aptt reeeive the sup port of th 0BamHnity especially when irabseribers aoo advertisers tAralue re ceived This asm 1 8 fSald aboar I 5bOU- ldjiJotbe s Ioomets 5014 y re ag0 We ashamedtl l i t theeLetus pywp OU- IM a I0ft i subscription a4 lead such Ji thIK wfeea tbe f fit strikes we ijaiterr Wi9Ib k1ukIret prep flilpIror wJao 1 1n Oftlh AeojG itiJle Fio- p lttke M i3nt foJkafter1fbe eC v r Kie od kM- iaec eowrt house ud ewili g0 there t fsjo7 JMa printing oftae iAMrtWlaydaadvanoeer f othed theaUl la nt1 J1 S W HIt aI i Ati1Miriri i 1I 11 w rs- MLiit r kr r r H Ii Five Hundred Men Are Selling 7 KENTON SUITS S I lii In iViadison County j a i THE FOR II w w w w w Marriedl- lurton4ewellTiIr Iomon W Bur ton and Miss Tilly May Jewell of Winchester were united in marriage Saturday night at the homo of Martin Gentry on Second street The bride who has been attending school here is a niece oi Mr Elmer Parrish of this city Births A little stranger with a free pass to tho hearts best affections arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas II Pick els last Wednesday morning She has been christened Eleanor Chcnault and both she and her proud parent and relatives are being showered with good wishes for her welfare DEATHS THIBBLE Mr N T Tribble died last week at his home near Shelbyvillo His death was sudden and camo as a severe shock to his friends and relatives Deceased was about eightyfive years old and was born in Madison county Ho was a brother to Mr Dudley Tribble of this city High Prices A Paris paper notes the sales by a farmer of that county of his lambs for July delivery at 7 cents and that a pool of 800 lambs in Shelby county bad been sold at S 11 cents for JulyjindJAugust lelivcry H S Cay wood of North Mid Jletown sold 130 fat hogs for November delivery at 0 12 cts Dr Hooker In a Cyclone News has been received by friends hero of Dr C C Hooker formerly of this city but now of Oklahoma City which tells of his experience in a jyclono which recently swept that ountry Dr Hooker had begun the erection of a new barn and this was blown entirely away His many friends ire glad he suffered no porsonal injury District Convention The District Convention of the Chris dan Womens Board of Missions was leld in Stanford Monday and Tuesday Among those from here who attended wereMrs NB Deathorage Mrs Elmer Dcathorage Mrs G D Simmons Mrs Joe Chenault Mr and Mrs U E Tur Icy Misses Bessie Turley and Annie DoJarnctto Injured In a Fall Mr Harvey Ellison foil in front of his home on Third street Monday morning and was painfully cut and bruised about tleheadlt1ace Passersby carried him into the houso In an unconscious condition Mr Ellison who is well advanced in years is one of our best known citizens For some time ho has been subject to attacks of vertigo and it was this that caused his fall hOld Theory Exploded There is an idea prevalent among farmers and gardeners that potatoes car ried from year to year fall to make goodr seed potatoes Mr Walter F this county has potatoes he has carried continuously since 1870 und raises splendid crops each year Mr Park recMily selected a bushel of potatoes fro tj te last years crop and they aver aged MVBni inches in length and eight iacbe la circumference Purchased a Dairy and Poul try Farni Mr W R Farris purchaiet last week if aky n41 poultry farm on tho Birds fcwrn rcd ten miles froM Louisville JMM Fern Creek The tgrmiBus of the BtrdsI1 IRtI 20 it ple if rJti i tijiitirp I f usJ Important Decision Judge Shackelford Fines Solt Drink Venders Guilty of Violating Local Option Law Ono of the most interesting cases to come before Judge Shackelford since his induction into ofllcc was probably the cases from Valley View Friday in which John Clark anti Newt Dickerson proprietors ofsoft drink stands wore arraigned on charges of Celling Malt Mead claimed by tho citizens of that town to be an intoxicant A large crowd composed of the leading men and women of Valley View was present at the trial and assisted in the prosecution After hearing the evidences in the cases Judge Shackelford assessed a fine of twenty dollars and cost against above mentioned When asked regarding his decision in these cases Judge Shackol ford referred The Climax to section 2557A Kentucky Statutes which reads in part as follows It shall be unlawful for anyone to soil barter or loan directly or indirectly any beverage liquid mixture or decoctions of any kind which produces or causes intoxication in any county city town district or precinct in which the sale barter or lojtn of spirituous vinous and malt liquors is or shall be prohibited in accordance with the local option laws and any sale barter or loan oftiny article with the agreement ox pressed or implied that the righter title to or possession of any such beverage liquid mixture or decoction shall also pass shan be considered a sale barter or loan within the terms of this act The penalty provided upon conviction is aflno of not less than 20 nor more than 3100 for each offense Judgo Shackcl ford in his opinion says It is shown by tho evidence that the town of Valley Vipw whero the alleged sale took place is situated in a precinct in which a majority of qualified voters thereof at an election heretofore held voted no as to the question of the sale ol splritous vinous and malt liquors and isnow situated in what is known as local option territory- It is tho Opillj1 of the Court that any beverage liquid mixture or decoc- tion sold in such territory theconsump tion of which produces intoxication is a violation of this statute The quantity necessary to be consumed ii not mater ial nor is it material that any given decoction does not produce intoxication when consumed by certain persons A decoction when consumed in unlimited quantities by one person might fail to produce intoxication whereas a small quantity consumed by another person might produce intoxication There is some proof itt the cases that intoxication and drunkenness com plained of in Valley View were caused by tho consumption of whiskey and a mixture of whiskey and the decoction sold at Valley View Tho Court is of the opinion that if a given person has consumed whiskey and is not intoxicated as a result of such consumption and afterwards consumes and other decoction and becomes intox icated although the consumption of tho same quantity of the other decoc tion if taken without having previously taken whiskey would hot have Pr duced intoxicationth sale 01 thnt other decoction Is a Violation ot tho statute it appearing to the Court that the consumption of the last decctwl sold was the immediate qnil exciting cause of intoxication The statute puts thin vender on notice and thin obligation is on him to know the capacity trf the one to whom he sells If he seJUtiadiscriBj 6onlthuesulibk I JViUJ 4 I Ln V And then some hundreds more fall were counted are satisfied wearers of Kenton j Tllesem i for Kenton Clothing Our spring stockis nowat its bestthe last shipments are in the selling is on in earnest The choicest styles and colors go firtandif you would select the most desirable suits there should be no delay r The newest Shades of Tans Grays Browns and Blues are shown in great profusion of richIcoloringsin sizes and special models to fit men of every buildand we make the same price to one and all alike reasonablea a i1oIoo 1250 1500 1800 a 2000 2250 2500 N T COVINCTON and BANKSSTORE QUALITY Speaking at Kirksville Prof John Noland will address the citizens of Kirksville Saturday after noon April 30 at 3 oclock on the sub- Ject of graded schoo- lsQuarterly Meeting Presiding Elder D W Robinson will hold third Quarterly Conference at the M E Church next Sunday and will preach both morning and evening Change Insurance Company Mr Dan H Breck has bought tho entire interest in the insurance firm of Brcck Smith Mr Thos J Smith retiring Mr Brook represents tho best life fire and accident companies in the world and also will be agent for ono of tho most reliable bonding companies in the country Nice Appropriation for Madi son Through the efforts of Congressman Harvey Helm 0000 carried in the liar bors and Uivors bill to pay for construction of bridge over Tates Creek and to repair road at Otter Creek This will bo good news to residents of our coun ty particularly those who live on tho above mentioned roadways A Real Live Cabbage Snake Our readers will recall several years go when a great deal was said and written of the cabbage snake The alarm was so great thatloversof cabbage almost quit eating it AVrf have on his pliy at this oflico a real cabbago snake It was brought in a glass of water by Mr Dan Edwards of this county and measures about five inches in length Candidacy AnnouiicedtProf Rico S Eubank of Lexington has announces his candidacy for State Superintendent of Public Instruction Ho is a native of Clark county and his life hhs been devoted to school work Prof Eubank who is well known hon ts iit present conducting the Southern School Journai which lie has made one of the most powerful educational jour nals in the countr- yThursday Night Fire The firo department was called out Ehurday night near midnight to fight a stubborn blaze which was discovered in ho basement of Caldwcll and Taylors grocery store on Main street For a while it looked as if we were in lor a arious conflagration but the laddies oon had it under control The origin of the fire is unknown The loss from smokeand water was considerable So far tho insurance has not been adjusted Killed ByGas Explosion As a result of the explosion of acely line gas in tholiomeof Mr William II Quinn at Shirley Ill Mr Quinn was instantly killed and every member of his family more or less injured The hand some home was totally demolished The deceased was well known in this county being a brother to Mrs O E Norris of Normal who frequently visits here Ho faa brother to Mr CF Quinn whoso wile Is a sister to Messrs Win and Waiter Park Tho awful disaster has causbd much sorrow hero among re1iiIvcnd friends of the family Dclard Nominee For Con greas lIon Harvey helm of Stanton wits declared th Dewocratio nominee for Congressi Ilii ih Eighth District at a meML9g tli UtAri committee at 2 ocloclc 9 on4ay iftenwoaat Niche lasvillo This is Hw third nomination which Kr Helm has received at tho hands of bbs party isd TWy member of it is confMi lk tWwHi curry the ban nor to vkrtry4ks ki Xovowbor Fri day JVpril 15 w tAae wt day for on trance to the Coof rilofil primary set ofApr r = n Ifcv Helm WOc o i wssattai XtIlilt e tLU I r Why Richmond has Not a Commer cial Club Merchant Interested in Up building of City Richmond Ky April 18th 1910 Editor of The Climax Richmond Ky Dear Sir7The merchants and business people of Richmond appreciate the public spirit of your paper arId its un selfish cffortsfor tho upbuilding of our communityYou invited in your columns a discussion of the question why Rich mond has not a Commercial Club We wero surprised to see in last weeks paper an article signed business man saying that we did not need a Commer cial Club that Richmond would have one if we needed one and that we are doing very well without one This is a narrow view to take It is true that the merchants are doing well in Richmond but wo are one of the merchants who believe that we would do better if we got more of the trade of Eastern Ken lucky and if more trade camb here from adjoining counties VVe boliovo a Commercial Club advertises a city away from homo as well as at home and it is to the direct benefitof the merchants and business people Everybody knows that the Commercial Clubs of Winchester and other cities have been worth while We organized a Commercial Club hero five years ago and it hall fine officers and a largo membership It died be It was nobodys business to attend o it Its career proved the truth of the old saying what is everybodys busi ness is nobodys business So in answer to your question our opinion is that Richmond has no Commercial Club because it did not engage the services of a Secretary and pay him some small salary to attend to tho duties of the club If you will investigate it you will see that wherever a Commer cial Club has lived in a city it has been duo to the efforts of sonic bright young Secretary who has been paid some small salary and who has kept the thing going sOwe believe that our people are willing to pay the ten cents or oven the twentyfive cents a month to have a Commercial Club and to give some of their time to it if the plan adopted elsewhere bo adopted hero ahd a good person be elected Secretary Some years ago we heard a very prom inent citizen in our community who was born here say Richmond has no public spirit her merchants as a class havo opposed progress they opposed the building of turnpikes andJater of railroads and will oppose an electric road or anything that will build up the town While theta may be some truth inthe above statement we believe that tho present generation of merchants have public spirit and desire the town to grow and to get trade to come here from Other counties and who do not desire rely entirely on the local trade So wo fiior a Commercial Club but before ono Is started ngain it ought toj boon tho plan of having a Secretary who is a progressive ma- nliesleCtfully Merchant Press Association will Meet at Middlesboro The Executive CoMmltteo of the Ken lucky Press Association which eon coned in Louisville Saturday decided ot Middlcsboro as the place for the Mid Summer meeting and fixed Juno 20 to 25 as tine date Quite a number of places wore bidders Jot the convention among i1R being Estill Springs Cern t an SktoC Mavnswlh Spring ami Msyfields the itteebnivi g mat aonntXiddltabetyI o t Richmond Commandery Enter tains With An Elegant Banquet The annual inspection of Richmond Commandery Knights Templar was held Monday afternoon and night in cdmmander10f tion was followed by an elaborate banquet for the Knights and ladies which was served in the ball room by the ladies of tine Pattie A Clay Infirmary The tables wero arranged in shape of a cross and wore exquisite in their linens of snowy white silver and cut glass The centerpiece was a largo and gracefular rangemout of bridal wreath roses and carnations while vases of the same were used on the long tables The colors pink and white were carried out in the mints and confections The following delicious and tempting menu was served Cream of chicken soupWafers Boiled ham Cream do voile Now potatoes French peas Hot rolls Coffee Clucked salal Cheese balls Beaten biscuits Ncssclrodo pudding cake Olives Salted Almonds Cigars It was served in beautiful style and great credit and praise is duo the ladies who land it in charge Richmond Com mandery is one of tho most flourishing in tho State anti the inspection of Mon day night was up to tho highest standard Bring us your wool and get best prices market will afford GOTT Bros 120tf BallPlayers Showing up in Good Form Manager Maloney has been quite busy during the past week trying out the new arrivals for tho Richmond Pioneers The players continue to arrive daily and nearly nil those signet aro now on the jround and doing practice work twice daily 030 a m and 2 m Since our hist issue Pap Whiltaker Creigcr und Thoss have reported for duty They look good and were given a hearty welcome by the fans McCann and Murphy aro here from Indianapolis These gentlemen come to Richmond with tine highest recommendation as ball players Chatham who will be remembered in Richmond as a former college pitcher of seven or eight years ago arrived Monday He has been playing professional ball for several years and should prove a valuable acquisition to the team Norton and Hedges pitchers arc showing up fine in practice work Stroh third base and andIlimited practice they have had on tho diampnd during the past week Brahic catcher and Sandman first base cer tainly know their business rind nro do- Ing good work Zig Taylor the big outfielder recommended to Richmond as a hard hitter and alround hail player arrived last week in time to get in several days practice Ho demonstrated his ability to hit the pellet by Bending the first ball pitched to him over the left lipId fence Tom Thomas a highly recommended pitcher of Ohio joined the Pioneers Monday night Scores of fans visit the grounds every lay to view the tryout work of the players who are cutting all sorts of in teresting capers and stunts M tho work of getting in condition for the opening game of the season Soon us the weather will permit tha players will be divided tno Iwo teaiife and regular games will bo pied th public being Invited to witness Me jer forwnceof our boys jn asre wHfh ftctioa Bd get a liiielPs the iew tkitl l1MBITWtJ ixhilbitiusrnes iIM pr- at tM pink H 2 ai bgt- t eC 6 Sntgs- E4 u tt 0 ti f The Burley Pool The active campaign for pooling the 1010 crop in tine Burley district started Lexingtonlllstwore pledged in a few minutes by the members of the District Committee and work isto begin in each county of the district at once as April 25th is the limit of time by local campaigns shall begin Solicitors will be employed and the work will be pushed with vigor One hundred and fifty million pounds wore pooled last year and the officials of the Society claim that more will bo pooled this year Resolutions of Respect Death has again knocked and one of our oldest and most faithful members has been summoned to that land whore our fathers have gone before us Henry Clay Hargis was born Mch Othi 1834and died Mch 22 1010 He was born in one of the mountain counties of Virginia of poor but good stock Thrown on his own resources at an early age he soon learned to be sell reliant and found that the road to content ment was by industry antI frugality He drifted as many boys do under such cit cumstance until finally he landed in our county during the war Hero for more than fortyfive years he has lived and labored When iio was a farmer hiving near Booncsborough his homo was at ways opened to friends As a neighbor und man of integrity none stood higher He sold his farm about thirty year ago and moved to Richmond where he has since resided Here as a resident of our city he has ever borno tho same reputa tion There was a cheerfulness ever about him which attracted strangers and held friends lIe was in politics an intense Union man during the war and a strong Re publican afterwards although not infrequently ho would vote for a candidate the opposing party whom ho knew and liked lIe married Jane Hampton a daughter of 51 ij Hampton of IJoonovillo fiftyfour years ago who survives him Throughjthcir long life together peace and love reigned A great sorrow to them was the deathof their only child Mrs Dr Stewart a few years ago lie was buried Wednesday March 23 from the Methodist church of which he had been a member for yearst tine grave the bcautif service of our order was used in laying his remains 1Lotin the death of Bro Hargis our Lodge our city and his people have lost a faith flu t member a good citizen and generous and affectionate husband anti friend That while we would not call him back we deplore his death That this sketch bo spread at largo on our minute book printed in a local paper and sent to his bereaved widow to whom wa tender again our sincere sympathyRobt R Burnam J C Morgan Committee A Miller Davidson J KRESO DIP No i Is permitted bylhc US Department of Agriculture for official dipping of sheep for scab USE 1 PART KRESG Mf Nt 1 to 72 PARTS WATER U kilts lice tiCks mites feu Cure Kit woaads tear nits etc DfKHirccT UkANic PURIFIIS It does not Vttra sicken or initate Do 1tetIIft On fleece or tsdo Lamb o t their i others lamed leljrafteri 4ip g Are y u kMtatac fir Mtoli a TIp t on Iii aNm see i A Ion free l kues- sI ferrys rug Store I fflft ii II 1 i Ii Two Die As Result of Poison j Two death occurred here Thursday which resulted from alcoholic or arsenic poisoning Garnett Tipton son of PearlITipton aged 21 years died at 12 oclock Thursday and Arthur Titus a colored man died Thursday morning It is togetherTuesday ing it is also stated that they wore soon drinking from a jug containing bay rum in iiF Stampers barber shop while others state they had been drinking a considerable quantity of malt mead Dr Wallace who attended both victims says that both mad all the symptoms of arsenic poisoning Young Tipton will be buried at the local burying ground this afternoon Ho is survived by his parents and several brothers and sisters Titus body was taken to Bcrea for burial Estill Herald The Way to Help Your Town and County Now that spring has come tho season of tho year when all nature is smiling and bursting forth with evidences of new life and activity we should awake from our lethargy and make things hum in our city and county Start the wheels of progress in all avenues of trade and commercial lifo and lots all pull toIgether for a better town and county infall things that lead to achievement development that is worth while Every town is peculiarly fitted for some one enterprise more than another and as soon as it is ascertained what would be most conducive to the growth and pros perity of the place the citizens should take hold of tine matter and push it for all there is in it One man cannot make a town The newspaper cannot do It But one man or a newspaper with the help of the wide awake men of the place all pulling together can make a wide difference in a place Every man who succeeds in a town is a help to ih The more money he makes if he sponds it the better for the community The larger business ho builds up the moro ho advertises tho more attention is called to the town A man cannot build up an honorable business 1n11town without helping the town A town can not build up without helping tIle coun try The interest of one is tho interest of all The Right Length1 It was an editor way out west who rnceivedahctterfroTin indignant subscrib ers irtldpnt want mypaper any longer To which the editor replied That is all right I would not make it any longer if you did because in that case I would have to buy a new pres The present length just suits me and I am glad it suits you The greatest assembly ever held of farmers and kindred lines willljp hcldin St Louis May 2il to 8th lu0 under the auspices of tho Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America That organization has more than 3500 000 signed members with twentjaino compact State Organizations H NUGI1StDI r U I L i n iiP= I H Company Coming to Stay Over EasterThen ou orenameledcouple of nice chairs for the spare room or a Come here andet them We have sort rf furniture any can want for anyroom of a character and style above criti fromheiea glowing tale of wbat a fine homeyou hav- esI BENDETTidHiGGIIS UNDERTAKING Why Wait Until the Very Last Minute Dont procrastinate Dont be foolish Take time by the forelock and get in your Coal now We Deliver Quickl- yTelephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico We have thu exclusive sale A trial order will convince you that youhaveour prices are no higher possibly lesa Full Weight or Coal Forfelieda Broaddus VaughnS Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out nd want your goods to bring in they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky o conluct vour sale His snarges are reasonable Dont wait untill your house burns to hink about insurance See Breck mith tf Bring your wool to Elmer Deatherage and get the highest market price in ash 4 20lf Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance in the very best old line Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf Mrs Ella L Lcachman Fillmore In- diasPlease send mo a bottle of youi Jourbon Poultry Cure as soon as possii ile This remedy has been to me as the best poultry cure known Mr K S Trimble Oklahoma City Okia says I gave a friend of mine a sample of your Bourbon Poultry Cure he said it was fine and handed me a dollar and told me to have you send him wo bottles Lost One Iron Roller weighing about five hundred pounds Will party who borrowed it please return to my residence m the Summit 1t M C Kellogg Estray From my place Saturday a blacl Poland China boar weight about 1X pounds with cut in nose Reward for return of same to 42021 Roy 0 White Notice Parties owing fees for services of tlu stallion Bonnie Rogers for theyear 1900 are hereby notified that same have beer assigned to Saml Rico and T J Wilcox for collection This April 7th 1910 It Dave S Wilcox Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden Flora I wish to announce to the public that I have on hand a handsome line of monument and grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 32tf C H Pioo Assignee Hair Hair Hair lam paying highest cash prices for combings and clipped hair Braids puffli curls chignons made to order Hair dressing and dying skillfully done Fall ing hair baldness and scalp diseases a specialty Superfluous hair remov d from face and arms I have a complete line of toilet articles always onhwid XrsJQ Jeorge Phone 43- 9142EJiaia6l Wool Deatherage want your woe ana will pay ibo veryhighest market prIce- otR1Be See him before writing tf Mrs Maude Mad ey WaHcic DresintP3lor lJrltig yotrCObif M inadd into a braid tfotiQ1pic puffs and ther haIr pieces Lean afford to do this work at a reasonable Fie with my new machinery which iaewr I greaterrapidity and less expcsse Hair dyed braid restored to orig JM tef Highest prices paid far cowtof Ocp- hone 545 haepleBe 292 Two doorII above Stocktons drug stow 4Jfllm rn vmolT If IH Wjtti r III au lL JJ4M riis I MttNMI tf x J Around Town And the next day it snowed e told you a month ago youd have Itt em on again The new State Capitol will be dedi cated Juno 2 quartersinWork lilts begun on the Caldwell and colored school buildings Stopping an advertisement to save money is like stopping a clock to save time andfirethe best police tf Rev T Q Martin of Bowling Green wm preach at Brookstown Sunday April 24 morning and evening The President has sent to the Senate the nomination of John G White for postmaster of Winchester Every dollar spent by a Commercial Club will be returned many fold in increased business for the city Jack Gilbert colored of this city has pigsConsideringgoing some agogSundaybaptizing at the Baptist church Fifty converts were immersed Circuit Court will convene first Mon deputiesmen to servo during the term In making your will just leave a small bequest in favor of the Pattio A Clay nfirmary It will be appreciated and a contribution to suffering humanity Less than a dozen white people signed the petition in Harrbdsburg asking for a vote on the liquor question when the matter was brought up in that city last week Mrs Coax Smith formerly of this city but now of Which ester fell Tuesday and dislocated her shoulder A similar accident befell Mr Smith while in the mountains recently If often happens that when a woman has raised a family and has lifted her nose from the grindstone along conies the Jokebird the stork and puts her nose back on againExchange An endeavor has been made to secure interest bearing warrants for school teachers but the Attorney General has decided that school funds do not belong to the class of warrants on which interests allowed Said the artist to the critic You have your nerve to criticise my picture v len you cant paint a picture yourself Answered the critic neither jan Ilay an egg but I know a bad one when I get it A California has taken advantage oi he fact that flies always walk up a window by inventing a trap to be fasten 3d to 3 pane in such a manner that a flj vi enter it without eing aware that it las left the surface of the glass There will be a meeting of the Alum lae Association of Madison Institute in he parlors on tho Hill Saturday after loon April 23 at three oclock Im jorlant business is to be transacted and ill members are urged to be present H F Hillenmeyer the noted fruit xuthority announces that the fruit crop f Central Kentucky has not been injur ad by the frost or freeze and aS bumpei crop of peaches apples and small fruit nay be expected if there is no additional frost A movement has been started totmve the completion of the Henry Ciay mona ment commemorated with appropriate services conducted by the Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky of which the great statesman was once grand mas ter The newspapers in every community are ever ready and willing to help every commendable interest oft 1eU respective towns and cities Therefore the newspapers ought to receioe support of th community especially when subscribers and advertisers get value re eJyea This is wJsai Jill Nye said about comets H e years ago We should so live thtyte will not be ashamed to look acoet ia the eye Let us pay ap ou- rJM1Jrssubscription and lead such lvH tht when the ceaet strikes wo jrrJW be ready HTiocb iakIg great prefaw iu4ectaXis TaipIa Wo- eet3jtc1Ly win next raoath A eotlit Hle has beea appointed by the Fkcal Cowt to took after the decoration f tlw court Muse and the cltlzeai MM basl ness ma will do the rest Tfc r fc M rejoyia pdatiBf eeS over eaiMer tht pays in adyanee nM bisis thIdtOOfl every posIb4 oc I IoiUatlt M lnttDi W MifrW 1tIIttkl0 r4k 1 J j Five Hundred Men Are Selling 1 j KENTON SUITSjL d In Niadison County H THE STORE FOR + Hte W 4= = == Married- BurtonJcwehlMr Lemon W Burton and Miss Tilly May Jowoll of Winchester wore united in marriage Saturday night at tho home of Martin Gentry on Second street The bride who has eenattending school here is a niece oi Mr Elmer Parrish of this city Births A little stranger with a free pass to the hearts best affections arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas II Pick els last Wednesday morning She has been christened Eleanor Chenault and both she and her proud parent and rela tives are being showered with good wishes for her welfare DEATHS TBIBMLE Mr N T Tribblo died last week at his home near Shelbyvillo His death was sudden and came as a severe shock to his friends and rela tives Deceased was about eightyfive years old and was born in Madison county Ho was a brother to Mr Dud ley Tribble of this city High Prices A Paris paper notes tho sales by a farmer of that county of his lambs for July delivery at 7 cents and that a pool of 800 lambs in Shelby county had been sold at 8 14 cents for JulyjindJAugust lolivcry H S Caywood ofNorth Mid Jletown sold 130 fat hogs t November delivery at 9 12 cts Dr Hooker In a Cyclone News has been received by friends here of Dr C C Hooker formerly of this city but now of Oklahoma City vhich tolls of his experience in a jyclono which Recently swept that iountry Dr Hooker had begun the erection of a new barn and this was blown entirely away Ills many friends xre glad he suffered no personal injury District Convention The District Convention of the Chris ian Womens Board of Missions was led in Stanford Monday and Tuesday Among those from hero who attended wore Mrs N B Deatherage Mrs Elmer Oeathorage Mrs G D Simmons Mrs foe Chenault Mr and Mrs 41 E Tur ley Misses Bessie Turley and Annie UeJarncttc Injured In a Fall Mr Harvey Ellison foil in front of his home on Third street Monday morning and was painfully cutand bruised about the headland lace Pnssersby carried him into the house in an unconscious condition Mr Ellison who is well advanced in years is one of our bost known citizens For some time hoi has been subject to attacks of vertigo and it was this that caused his fall An Old Theory Exploded There is an idea prevalent among farmers and gardeners that potatoes carried from year to year fail to make good seed potatoes Mr Walter F Park of this county has potatoes he has carried continuously since 1870 and raises splendid crops each year Itfr Park recently selected a bushel of potatoes from his last years crop and they aver aged seven inches in length and eight inches in circumference Purchased a Dairy and Poul try Farni Mr W E Farris mrchased last weak a dairy and poultry farm onjha Bards town rod ten iail03from Louisville nearForn Crook ThetermfnusOfUI- 8llctrIClino will oe extended to Bards ill pass through the proper by Mr Farris whlch enehawfe the VahloffilLlReI Iv HtIIIIJI ws with pl- wjQ UI Ida lV1i Important Decision Judge Shackelford Fines Soft Drink Vender Guilty of Violating Local Option Law One of the most interesting cases to come before Judge Shlckelford since his induction into oflicc ws probably the cases from Valley View Friday in which John Clark and Xowt Dickerson proprietors ofsoft drink stands were rraigned on charges of selling Mall Mend claimed by the citizens of that town to bo an intoxicant A large crowd composed of the leading men and women of Valley View WAS present at the trial and assisted in the prosecution After hearing the evidences in the cases Judge Shackclford assessed a fine of twenty dollars and cost against above- mentioned When asked regarding his- leclaionin these cases Judge ShacKol ford referred The Climax to section 2557A Kentucky Statutes which reads apart as follows It shall be unlawful for anyone to sell barter or loan directly or Indirec- tI any beverage liquid mixture or decoctions of any kind which produces or causes intoxication in any county city town district or precinct in which the sale barter or han of spirituous vinous and malt liquors is or shall be prohibited in accordance with the local option Jaws and any sale barter or loan oany article with the agreement ox pressed or implied that the right or title to or possession of any such beverage liquid mixture or decoction shall also pass shall be considered a sale barter or loan within the terms of this act The penalty provided upon conviction is irfino of not less than 20 nor more than 100 for each offense Judge Shackol ford in his opinion says It is shown by the evidence that the town of Valley View whero the alleged sale took place is situated in a precinct in which amajority of qualified voters thereof at an election heretofore held voted no as 1o the question of the sale ot spiritous vinous arid malt liquors and isnow situated in yrhat is known as local option territory It is the opitiii of the Court that any beverage liquul mixture or decoc- tion sold in such territory the consump tion of which produces intoxication is a violation of this statute The quantity necessary to be consumed is not mater- Ial nor is it material that any given decoction does not produce intoxication when consumed by certain persons A decoction when consumed in unlimited quantities by onto person might fail to produce intoxication whereas a small quantity consumed byanother person might produce intoxication There is some proof the cases that Intoxication and drunkenness com plained of in Valley View were caused by the consumption of whiskey find a mixture of whiskey and the decoction sold at Valley View The Court is of tho opinion that ira given person has consumed whiskey and is not intoxicated as a result ofsu consumption and afterwards consumes and other decoction and bogpjmes intox bated although the consumption of tho same quantity of the other decoc thou if taken without having previously wOJJldnothaeproduced other decoction is Ii violation ot the statute it appearing to the Court that the consumption of the last decoction sold was the immedtHfo and excising cause intoxication The statute puts the vender on notice and the obligation is on him to know the capacity of the one to whom he eUtI Jibe sells indiscrim inately ho must tks the chances on the result ShaekHyiMN1 ltiIrthWgiwt II isUC i And then some hundreds more if all were counted These men are satisfied wearers of Kenton Tl1esemenfor Kenton Clothing Our spring stockis now at its bestthe last shipments are in the selling is on in earnest The choicest styles and colors go fitand 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 price to one and all alike 1000 1250 1500 1800 2000 2250 2500c pp COVINCTON and BANKSQUALITY lIPflUM Speaking at Kirksville Prof John Noland will address the citizens of Kirksville Saturday after noon April 30 at 3 oclock on the subject of graded schoo- lsQuarterly Meeting Presiding Elder D W Robinson will hold third Quarterly Conference at the M E Church next Sunday and will preach both morning and evening Change in Insurance Company Mr Dan H Breck has bought the entire interest in the insurance firm of Brock Smith Mr Thos J Smith re tiring Mr Breck represents the bests iEL fire and accident companies in the world and also will be agent for one of the most reliable bonding companies in the country Nice Appropriation for Madi sonsThrough the efforts of Congressman Irvoy Helm 0000 carried in tho liar bors and Rivers bill to pay for construe ion of bridge over Tates Creek and to repair road at Otter Creek This will bo good news to residents of our cone- yt particularly those who live on the ibove mentioned roadways A Real Live Cabbage Snake Our readers will recall several years ago when a great deal was said and written of the cabbage snake The alarm was so great that lovers of cabbage almost quit eating it We have on dis pliy at this oflice a real cabbage snake It was brought in a glass of water by Mr Dan Edwards of this county and measures about five inches in length Candidacy Announced Prof Rico S Eubank of Lexington has announced his candidacy for State Superintendent of Public Instruction Ho is a native of Clark county and his life has been devoted to school work Prof Eubank who is well known here is at present conducting the Southern School Journal which lie has made one of the most powerful educational jour nails in the countr- yThursday Night Fire The fire department was called out Fhurday night near midnight to fight a stubborn blaze which was discovered in the basement of Caldwell and Taylors grocery storfon Main street For a while it looked as if wo were in for n icrious conflagration but the laddies moon had it under control The origin of the fire is unknown The loss from smokelmd water was considerable Soar the insurance has not been adjusted Killed By Gas Explosion As a result of the explosion of acety line gas in the home of Mr William H Quinn at Shirley 111 Mr Quinn was instantly killed and every member rbis family more or less injured The hand some home was totally demolished The deceased was well known in this county boing brother to Mrs Q E Norris of Normal Ill who frequently visits hero He was a brother to Mr C F Quinn whpsd wife is a sister to Messrs Wm and Walter Park Tho awful disaster ha cau6d much sorrow here among rehtvesand friends of thefamily Declared Nomiee For Coo grtsi lIon H rvejrKelm of Stanford was declared th f u8ocoItio nominee for Congress lIj thf Eighth district at ia mfKth d6trict committee at 2 oclock 3 a64ay fternoonr at Ni ho lasvilte This Is tho third nomination which Mr Helm has received at the hands of His party ml evciyiombeo it is conUnt lMt fee wilUnrr theban per to vtyIa IftloC1pet Fri dajv April 15 wff last day for en tranee to the Cooff s onal primary set JEor A9JUMotiBOv Xr Helm WJIiI u aiitt S Metsit1y 44 J r 4 llr l Why Richmond has Not a Commer cial Club Merchant Interested in Up building of City Richmond Ky April 18th 1910 Editor of The Climax Richmond Ky Dear Sin The merchants and busi ness people of Richmond appreciate the public spirit of your paper arid its un effortsfor the upbuilding of our community You have iivited in your columns a discussion of the question why Rich mond has not a Commercial Club AVe wero surprised to see in last weeks paper an article signed business man that we did not need a Commer cial Club that Richmond would have one if wo needed one and that we are doing very well without one This is a narrow view to take It is true that the merchants are doing well in Richmond but we are one of the merchants who believe that we would do better if we got more of the trade of Eastern Kentucky and if more trade camb here from adjoining counties We believo a Commercial Club advertises a city away from home as well as at home and it is to the direct benefit of the merchants and businesspeople Everybody knows that the Commercial Clubs of Winchester and other cities have been worth while We organized a Commercial Club hero five years ago and it had fine officers and a large membership It died because It was nobodys business to attend to it Its career proved the truth of the old sating what is everybodys busi ness isjnobodys business So in answer to your question our opinion is that Richmond has no Com mercial Club because it did not engage the services of a Secretary and pay him some small salary to attend to the duties of the club IOU will investigate it you will see that wherever a Commer cial Club has lived in a city it has been due to the efforts of some bright young Secretary who has been paid some small salary and who has kept the tiling going So we believe that our people are willing to pay the ten cents or oven the iwcntyfivo cents a month to have a Commercial Club and to give some of their time to it if the plan adopted elsewhere be adopted hero and n good person bo elected Secretary Some years ago we heard a very prom inent citizen in our community who was born here say Richmond has no public spirit her merchants as a class have opposed progress they opposed tho building of turnpikes anil later of rail road and will opposo an electric road or anything that will build up the town While there may be some truth intho above statement we believe that the present generation of merchants have public spirit and desire the town to groW and to got trade to come here from other counties and who do not desire rely entirely oh the local trade Sp wo favor a Commercial Club but before ono is started again H ought to been the plan of having a Secretary whbis a progressive business man Respectfully Merchant Press Association will Meet at Middlesboro The Executive Committee orte Ken lucky Press Astocjtiop ihit con Vcned in Louisville Saturday did 9d on IdISumB13tlfleetlt 25 as the date Quito u ntnbt ot places Wore bidders for the convention among tlwm befog Estill Spring Gem fern Springs Mammoth gs and Xayekl bit the cesdteoIialngniatt- ee in Charge Indtoward idiitesborVt the Qus City qI tisjumbw2ndsI- 4aI sa iv Aid iMi kMftr 0u Richmond Commandery Enter tains With An Elegant Banquet The annual inspection of Richmond Commandery Knights Templar was held Monday afternoon and night in mmander10Ction was followed by an elaborate ban quet for the Knights and ladles which was served in the ball room by the ladies of the Pattio A Clay Infirmary The tables were arranged in shape of a cross and wore exquisite in their linens of snowy white silver and cut glass The centerpiece was a largo and graceful ar rangemout of bridal wreath roses and carnations while vases of the same were used on the long tables The colors pink and white were carried out in the mints and confections The following delicious and tempting menu was of chicken soup Wafers Boiled ham Cream do voile New potatoes French peas Hot rolls Coffee Clucked salad Cheese balls Beaten biscuits Xesselrodo pudding cake Olives Salted Almonds Cigars- It was seared in beautiful style and great credit and praiso is due the ladies who had it in charge Richmond Commander is one of the most flourishing in tho State and the inspection of Mon day night was up to the highest stand ard Bring us your wool and got best prices market will afford GOTT Bros 120tf Ball Players Showing up in Good Form Manager Maloney has been quite busy during the past week trying out the now arrivals for the Richmond Pioneers The players continue to arrive daily and nearly all those signed are now on the ground and doing practice work twice daily 910 a m and 2 p m Since our last issue Pup Whiltaker Creiger and Thoss have reported for duty They look good and wore given a hearty welcome by the fans McCann and Murphy are here from Indianapolis These gentlemen come to Richmond with the highest recommendation as ball players Chatham who will be remembered in Richmond its a former college pitcher of seven or eight years ago arrived Monday lIe has been playing professional ball for several years and should prove a valuable acquisition to the team Norton and Hedges pitchers are showing up fine in practice work Stroh third base and Klein short stop are full of ginger and are making a splendid showing for tho limited practice they have had on the diamond during the past week Brahic catch r and Sandman first base cer tainly know their business and are do ing good work Zig Taylor the big outfielder recommended to Richmond its a hard hitter and alround ball player arrived last week in time to get in several days practice Ho demonstrated his ability tohit the pellet by sending the first ball pitched to him over tho left field fence Tom Thomas a highly recommended pitcher of Ohio joined the PioneersMonday night Scores of fans visit the grounds every tiny to view the tryout work of the players who are cutting all sorts of in teresting capers and stunts in the work of getting in condition for tho opening game of theseason Soon as the weather will permit the players wilt be divided into two teams and regular games will bo pl jre3 the public being invited to witness th per formance of out boys in aiosiesgha- ction ned got a line on the teiwH that fo goiuff to win the 1910 JlCMaRt 5e tIM Blto Grass League TrrexblbItboogiiios willW pjayedl at Vhprk oa May 4 SHHU Jltw fr Artileyt tie TaflegrthJenr The Burley Pool The active campaign for pooling the 1910 crop in the Burley district started Lexingtonlastwere pledged in a few minutes by the members of the District Committee and work isto begin in each county of the district at once as April 25th is the limit of time by local campaigns shall begin Solicitors will be employed and the work will be pushed with vigor One hundred and fifty million pounds were pooled last year and the ollicials of the Society claim that more will be pooled this year Resolutions of Respect Death has again knocked and ono of our oldest and most faithful members has been summoned to that land where our fathers have gone before us Henry Clay Hargis was born Mch Cih 1834and died Mch 22 1910 lie was born in one of the mountain counties of Virginia of poor but good Thrown on his own resources at anI early age ho soon learned to be self reliant and found that the road to content ment was by industry and frugality lIe drifted as many boys do under such circumstance until finally he landed in our county during the war Hero for more than fortyfio years he has lived and labored When ho was a farmer living near Booncsborough his homo was afc ways opened to friends As a neighbor and man of integrity nonostood higher Ho sold his farm about thirty year ago and moved to Richmond where he has since resided Here as a resident of our city ho has ever borno tho same reputa tion There was a cheerfulness over about him which attracted strangers and held friends He was in politics an intense Union jnan during the war and a strong Re publican afterwards although not infrequently ho would vote for a candidate of the opposing party whom ho knew and liked Ho married Jane Hampton a daughter of Maj Hampton of Boonovillo fiftyfour years ago who survives him Tliroiiglijihcir long lifo together peace and love reigned A great sorrow to them was the death of their only child Mrs Dr Stewart a few years ago lie was buried Wednesday March 23 from the Methodist church of which he had been member for years At the grave the beautiful service of our order was used in laying away his remains IIetIn the death of Bro Hargis our Lodge our city and his people hive lost a faith fat member a good citizen and generous and affectionate husband and friend That while we would not call him back we deplore his death That this sketch be spread at largo on our minute book printed in a local paper and sent to his bereaved widow to whom wa tender again our sincere sympathy Bobt 1JCommittee A Miller Davidson J KRESO DIP No1 Is permitted by the U S Department of Agriculture for official dipping of sheep for scab USE PART KRESO WP to to 72 PARTS WATER U kilts lice tkks sites fleu Cures scab wounds shear cuts etc Dwnrccrc CiXtnic Punmt It does mot burn sicken or irritate Don not SBJe the fleece or skin LaMbs go to their mothers imMedi ately after ippi1 ArJfiI fcwjWn tor nwcti a lp s me In nd S e IM Ak for free booklet i1r1PYs Drug Store 11 Lift t Two Die As Result of Poison Two death occurred here Thursday which resulted from alcoholic or arsenic poisoning Garnett Tipton son of PearlITipton aged 21 years died at 12 oelockJThursday and Arthur Titus a colored man died Thursday morning It isttogetherTuesdaying it is also stated that they wore seen drinking from a jug containing bay rum in L P Stampers barber shop while others state they had been drinking a considerable quantity of malt mead Dr Wallace who attended both victims says that both had all the symptoms of arsenic poisoning Young Tipton will be buried at the local burying ground this afternoon Ho is survived by his parents and several brothers anti sisters Titus body was taken to Borea for burial Estill Herald The Way to Help Your Town and County Xow that spring has come the season of the year when all nature is smiling and bursting forth with evidences of new life and activity we should awake from our lethargy and make things hum in our city and county Start the wheels of progress in all avenues of trade and commercial life and lets all pull together for a better town and county in all things that lead to achievement and development that is worth while Every town is peculiarly fitted for some ono enterprise more than another and as soon as it is ascertained what would be most conducive to the growth and prosperity of the place the citizens should take hold of the matter and push it for cannofmakolamen all pulling together can make a wide difference ill a place Every man who succeeds in a town is a help to its Tho more money ho makcs if he spends it the bettor for the community The larger business ho builds up the more ho advertises the more attention is called to tho town A man cannotbuihth townInot buiM up without helping the coun try The interest of one is the interest of nIl The Right Length It was an editor way out west wiLD received a letter from indignant subscrib er saying idont want my paper any longer To which the editor replied That is all right Iwould not make it any longer If you did because in that case I would have to buy a now pros Theprosent length just suits me and I am glad it suits you The greatest assembly ever hold of farmers and kindred lines willt e held in St Louis May 2nd to 8th isfto under the auspices of the Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America That organization has more than 3500 000 signed members with twentyaino compact State Organizations IftHMrolliani IICTHKtlIIW4A LuJtfrt 4 5 dq I II 0 eo McCall Patterns No 3348 Ladies OverBlouse C No3354 Ladies Skirt co c Effectively braided with sou guimpeCC able for linen ponsec nuns- veI11nnniIc The lat uiuthcrcostunisC beconvincedeC S m sssc Imrs S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S ft S S S S S S S S S S I S S S S S S 2iti1 t t pring Sumwr- MI ercI1ndiseAtiracthly Priced c Throughout the entire store there is a spirit of making this week a memorable one not only in the excellence of the offerings but in the attractiveness of the pricings To this end all of the sections are offering articles ofsea sonable merchandise at price concessions Silks and Dress Goods Special prices on many seasonable items otferdecided savings Shirt Waists for Women Which correctly portray the seasons latest fashions White Goods and Wash Goods Soleiulic values mark these offeriings as of unusualmerit iii Shoes for Everybody I 00C Cs H Millinery Valuegiving has ever been the Sdominant factor in an everincreas S ing trade in our Millinery Section cornSg binations a e e shapes are show in new hats for the 00 e first time Popular economy prices e coNew C Veiling ESSC We are showing an entirely new andSS e S competition less both from the point 55S of variety value giving The prICes range from 15c to 25c 35eyd S Enrirely New Effects in Ladies Neckwear Wo are daily receiving entirely new lots of Neckwear representing the latest ideas and styles from New York We mention a few very interesting numbers for this weeks selling lOc 15c25c Rugs Curtains Carpets Oil Cloths Now is the season for buying of Floor Coverings for tho freshen ing of the home The prices of fered by this department are un usual in the extreme We are established in our in the old City Hall building and are better prepared than ever to care for your skins Bring your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in The place during the warm weather is Candies Fruits and fresh from the best markets daily Meals served any day or night No 3374 f blued with be in lawn voile or cloth S tire of exceptionally sign at our S SPECIAL g about pieces of exceedingly 5 eries Edgings Insertings 9 12 S 18 Flouncings from one of best manufacturers of embroidseries Many of these goods we have in stock at dQuble prices at 555 which stock be offered Of course be marked don to 5 level of purchase S55 a occasion Come- 0 early it be a bothSfrom a 5I S ssas Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade50si0I S 0G CS 05 00 So S 05 v ELDER 1e 0 5 Main Richmond Kentucky e i o 5 I I 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 SsS- S A o00OO0SSSSSSSSS55555S555555555555S55555SSSS0QSS ea 5S a sss Se 5aes s 0mhew Quarters new us se- asonJhurman v Grocery Company most inviting in Richmond Riccis lee Cream- PARLOR Vegetables hour Exquisite Embroideries- We valuegivingview pointv E ALL KINDS OF GOOD COAL Black coal Lump Roundcoal Nut coal A for every pur pose Thats the kind we handle the kind you get when you your COAL us Satisfaction Guar anteed How about that feed Such as corn hay straw oats and etc Si Hi Thorpe Co ASPEN AVENUE Phone Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES t Bench Ready to Wear Guaranteed to Shrink or Fade 50 experience the factory guarantee all smallest boy largest man Newest stock Fine Line New S- tyleflats Furnishing Goods Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas eteat lowest prices for high class goods ffjkr IiJLi010 o IvL04k McCtH MISSES SIMPLE COSTUME Embroidery flouuclnfr comeValenciennes and Cluny insertions Would effective bordered chiffon summer models On note PatternSDepartment 0S and EXTRA Se closed out hundred Embroid and inch the now the will these the this making sale wonderful will revelation quality the Street 5 5 5 sesoooeoeesos quarters coal Coal And buy from 184 Tailored not years in suits sizes from to in city to select from and 1L r t Pattern equally McCull five fine and this will and e Nature makes the cures after all- Now and then she gets into a tight place and needs helping out Things get started in the wrong direction Something is needed to check disease and start the system in the right direction toward health Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with hypo phosphites can do just this It strengthens the nerves feeds famished tis sues and makes rich blood FOR SALE BTAtLDBUQGISTS Bead iaiamo of paper and this ad for cup Skelclt1JooItJacbSCOTTy BOWNF 409 Pearl St New York What CigarettesDo yTeacherscigarette smoking among younger boys which is the result of one years obser vation Jby the members has been made public Of the GS3 pupils using tobacco 151 had lost one year in school and 500 arc from two to seven year back in their studies In somp schools fifty per cent have been in one grade two years or more Tho report points out many physical wrecks as tho result of tho habit and requests parents to demand that no moro cigarettes be sold to their sons Concrete nests arewarm in winter and cool in summer tf Concrete nests makes good coops while chicks are small tf Disease germs are emily killed In con crete nests by burning out nest material Forsale by O W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf For Sale A niceS room house with water and gasjn good repair and well located llunleyApr64t Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of II Stevenson are requested to bylawwill be barred W B SMITH mar 10 10 t Assignee Concrete nest are cheap and durable A Baby Show in Richmond would have many contestants but itssafe Ip say that the healthiest baby behealthymost babies do unless they are kept CrtamVeraifiigeis Own purgative Mothers dont withoutWhIteeen s1d by H L Perry 25 per cent off cash for bun Idle w kat the Richmond Steam Eat diy This is for ycuf biefit and aot othtrs Ct 7WSSki 0 0 Cll i1Rsmedy What mother is sot looking for something that will help her children ia the little ills of life something for the stomach trouble and the bowel trouble Long ago she prob ably has become convinced that a child cannot readily swallow a pill or a tablet and that to break them in half and crush them is an annoy ance that usually they work too drasti cally and are nauseating and too pow erful for the little ones stomach Any mother who will take the trouble of aendlag her name and address can obtain a free sample bottle of a remedy that thousands of other mothers are using and now paying for This remedy Is Dr CaldwellB Syrup Pepsin and the offer of a free trial bottle la open to any mother who has not yet used It Having used It and convinced yourself that it is what you want you can obtain it in the fu ture of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle Just as so many others are doing the free sample being simply to convince you of its merits It is the best way to begin on It1trs L Davis of 181 W Harrison street Chicago and Mrs Mary Belford 1710 Coke street Louisville Ky both started with a free sample and now they write that they have never been without a bottle in tho house since It Is undoubtedly a great family remedy 8s1t is adapted to all ages being mild and pleasant to take and yet thor oughly effective It Is especially the ideal remedy for children and women and old folks who need something pure mild and natural It has the advantage of be- Ing a thorough laxative and yet contain tonic properties Uso it for the most stubborn constipation indigestion liver trouble sick headache sour stomach and such complaints with a guarantee that It will cure Dr Caldwell personally will be pleased to give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach liver or free of charge 1 zplaln your case In a letter and he will to you In detail For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B Caldwell R600 Cold well building Montlcello HI STOCKTON SON Farm Notes IIIemp is bringing 550 in tho Paris marketand farmers are finding it hard work to get the crop broken out Tho most valuabo horse in the world is said to bo tho 3yoarolcl Bayardo for whom an offer of 280000 was recently refused J L Hutchings of tho Perry villo com munity taught Saturday from different parties in Lincoln county 32 head of 800pound cattle at 3550 per hundred In 1887 the wheat crop of California was more than three times greater than Kansas Last year tho Kansas crop was seven times greater than that of Cali fornia I Tho Secretary of war is in favor o cutting out the middle men in buying horses for the army and trading direct with tho breeders to encourage the breeding of suitable horse- sJ D Whitehouse e bought of Win Cocanaugher of Washington county 31 COOpound cattlo at 5 l2c Ho also bought of Sam McDowell 35 800pound cattle for April 15 delivery at 5 12c AdvocateJ sold to R L Berry of Hustonville a pair of twoyearold unbroken horse mules for 310 lie sold to a Mr Fowler of Shelbyvilie a pair of fouryearold draft mares for 500 Interior Journal W T Robinson of Faulconor sold last week to Dr Bradley of Higgins ville Missouri four yearling jacks for 1500 J P Harberson of Perryvilie sold samo party an aged jack Tom Keeno for tOO Hon S G Clay is having five hundred catalpa trees about threo feet high set out in a clump on his farm near Paris from which to grow posts It is believed the catalpas will grow to post size in five years Kcntuckian Citizen The visible supply of wheat is 18000 000 bushels less than last year The price of flour will advance soon because of the many reports of damage to tho growing wheat plant caused first by the extremely wet condition of the ground and second by the extremely cold weather ata time when the wheat plant had no protection whatever From Massachusetts comes the report that the presidents of one of the big rail roads has purchased a dozen Angora goats to run with his flock of Southdown sheep as a protection against dogs It was about twenty years ago when a like proposition gained currency through this coutry nail there was belief that hilly would make it too hot for the curs if they came about a flockover which thoyhad been placed Wo note however that the plan was not followed up and have not heard of it untilseeing the notice above referred to If anyone could guarantee protection to sheep in this way there would be a rise in the price of billy goats The hog scarcity is effecting the entire world So difficult is it to secure a sur plus of hog products that one English provision house reports that in tho last NIIUILT Necessary devices which with other- typewriters are attachedat an extra price or else built as parts of specialma chines with only one use at a more exorbitant price are inbuilt in every NEW MODEL jVoek 6 February It handled hams and bacon from ten different countries im eluding tho United States Canada England Ireland Denmark Holland Prance Russia Siberia and Roumania It is also known that a cargo of frozen hog cnrcrsscs from China was landed in jtiivcrpool that weok No country has jhore than a small stock of hog products Lo offer Lard is reported to be es pecially scarce in Europe and also oil cocoanut fat cottonseed oil and various compound vegetable oils are being used as partial or complete substitutes for hog fat AHENf ION FARMERS It is being reported that we do not have tho Vulcan plows or repair We emphatically deny this report AVo have both and expect to continue to handle them flMf TAYLOR OLDHAM Bring your wheat and corn fur ex chan e tot heueV miIIllhozi5i coDick Cobb Will mkTJsoason of 1010 at the Ott r CJreekitpck Farm 3 miles south east pf mclm nd at 810 to insure a live foaLSJIck is a jet black Jack with white points 15 lf hands high coming fouryearold nuwassTrcd by Richmond Chief and out fa Bourbon Chief Jsnnctt Money due when colt is foaled or marc ported with May Collins Phono 4232 8JMt 25 per cent off cash for bun die work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not bthers Call for it 127 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf For Sale A good buggy and harness almost new Apply toSif Miss LUCIA BUBNAM Its poor policy to wait untill you have a lire to begin thinkingjibbut insurance Do it now Ae writotho best policies 0f Brock Smith Thoroughbred RC Reds Exclusively Bred forbnfxThiiy A superior wihferlayIngstrimJeggsihd baby chicks for sale Price reasonableMrs C Coomer PhI Waco52 Speedwell Ky 2mo Eminent Authorities Say that outdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats all very well but how can people with rheumatism veryimpIeuseand the rheumatism will go leaving you as sniy as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief from ihenmatism painsSold J T FERRI ELL Texas and Oklahoma Lands Timber and Coal Lands Blue irass Farms City Property Rknmond Kentucky Oldham Building Nothing is so Beautiful FOR SUMMER CLOTHING AS Hand Embroidery O Miss Eva Roberts carries everything now in patterns and supplies Her prices are reasonable and work guaranteed Residence Firstst rear White Wines drug store Theres more strength in a bowl of Quaker Oats than in the same quantity or the same value of any other food you can eat Most nourishing least expensive Regular size tOe packaees and hermeticaUr sealed tins for hot climates tD That is one secret of the success of this Typewriter ALWAYS AL- LtWntg I iii igt Some Inbuilt Features Card Writing Decimal Tabulating Condensed Billing Color Work and Stenciling S LC SMITH BROS TYPEWRITERA- H tkece kinds ofworkand others done by one simple typewrker our regular correspond eace JBachioelOitkwtoyedr cot in attachments BALL BEARINGS throughout typebar carriage segment all important frictional points made antifrictional r 1 The inbuilt devices save you the price ifI r attachments costly things these attachments rTthe Wt bearings save work and wear IMT tAnd this complete machine costs no more than others which must have expensive atfcchuients to make them complete ROSTwti= lIitUw lite FPH r H d L MJJIJ r ir = a J j THE ROYALtTHE IIO1IE OF GOOD CLOTHES ICorn NHITESCream VermifugeTHE WORMRE THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC DtWAItC or IMITATIONS TNt GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Co- OT LOUIS MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY Try Mary Patent Flonnj om the New Mill iu town Phono 57 128 tt J B Sanders Co No crevices for lice and mites to hide in concrete nest tf Dont get the idea into vimind that all yards sell goods at the same prK Theres olways one yard tiiit leads is better stocked tlld closer priced than all oth especially and iiiimumimimiiiiiiiiiuimmimmimii Come in antI letus C0nvim you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will end nl your wants he satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 Near L Depot Gentlernen J ARE YOU GOING BUILD in- Lumber Building Material r Stop = Consider Money Earned is Money Saved You can do bothby coming now ami selecting ono of those swell Suits awl Coats and Pants that wo are soiling at such lov figures The prices are or 10Cons iJQ1ing tho values we are ing It pays to dress well particularly when you can get such clothes at so little a price No mat ur our form or lit Jyouclothes are designed and tailored by the Celebrated Master Tailor Schloss Bros Coi of Baltimore and New York It isnt how little you pay that makes tho dollars count its how much valm you get nnd how your clothes will weak andkeep their shape Its the man wh must make every dollar count who get SQ much satisfaction from our goodj their thoroughly good quality means economy to him We are Sole Agents for Ladies Queen Quality Fine Shoes Strap Sandals Pumps Oxfords etc in all thenew lasts and materialsTr a pair get the best Ladies Shoes to be had at 250 S3QO 350 and 400 Our New Styles in the Celebrated Kneeland Oxfords- for young men are the snappiest things shown in the city strictly up to the minute Prices 400 and 450 We are showing all thlrnew things in Dress Goods Notions Hosiery Underwear Wash Goods etc See the new stuff and get our low prices We are naming low prices on Rugs and Carpets Dont fail to see them WaD Oldham T Company Du U TO 2 wI Ior remodel this s oiiIf soviet us advise ciItof the home and should receive careful consideration Bathrooms which we have installed are giving their owners perfect service i MtI Plumbing Fixtures and our ex pert workmen ri vrfuil to give satisfaction fljstiatedlithraturc always on handU c Ricfimond Motor Plumbing Co T Incorporated 4 If YJi i