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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j f if ti Y C TIiE TT 0 RICHIVttJND CLLltAX i Ix r I 6 Yr36tl YEARt RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1910 NUMBER 47i WALL PAPER 1The Sign of Good Flouri I Burnside he is D your up date is a pretty sack of bag but tha improvement in your bak ingTry a sack of Ballard Flour and we will not have to urge you to buy a second one Youll be so well with your better cake etc that you wouldnt bo witnout our flour in the house if it cost twice the money Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND A ManMay be a good mechanic and not know how to put on a Tin RoofIt takes a man of experience to properly do a job of rhis kind We keep men in our employ Who Know Howand we can furnish you with most arty quality of Roofing No question but what a good quality of TIN properly laid makes the best roof in the world Douglas Simmons Deattage EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing and GutteringN- ew Place on Second Street Telephone20 We Sell May Manton Patterns 1Oc Each Right Way to get good work buy paper from an to ne and get an uptodate paper hanger not Oblisque pleased bread Spring 1910j AbsolutelyPure Muskrat Farms Are Now Becoming Very Popular in Some Sections Whats the matter with starting a muskrat farm boys The Department of Agriculture says it will pay Up East in New York state and several others such farms have already been started in favored locutions Near a river creek or any small stream rats can bo bred in great numbers The muskrat pelt has recently become very valuable both in America and abroad Thoy are used to make fur coats capsstoles muffs and the like The Lexington firm of Spoyor Son handled 50000 muskrat skins during the year 1930 according to a statement of a member of the firm a low days ago The firm collected them from several surrounding states paid from 35 to 50 cents apiece for thorn They were all shipped toEuropo Ten years ago said Mr Speyor to Lexington Herald wo paid five ten and fifteen cents for muskrat skins Now we pay thirtyfive forty and fifty cents according to quality and size If the demand increases wo may have to pay more The Herald is informed that one nogro in a surround ing county started a skunk farm a year or so ago and ho now brings in many of these hides Last year he is sam to have made a good deal of money out of his enterprise All wore bought by Lexing ton firms and shipped away Muskrats h912 Grapesdelicious 4mgreclient lOYAL W P BAXTER BakingPowder Insures wholesome and everydayNO ALUM s are said to be very prolific Theymulti ply so rapidly that if properly cared for they can bo made very profitable Every farm boy reader of The Herald might look into this matter For Dyspepsia I You Risk Nothing by Trying This Remedy Wo want every one troubled with in digestion and dyspepsia to come to our store and obtain a box of Recall Dys pepsin Tablets They contain Bismuth Subnitrato and Pepsin prepared by a process which develops their greatest disturbance Recall Dyspepsia Tablets are very pleasant to take They soothe the irritable weak stomach strengthen and invigorate the digestive organs TO hove nausea and indigestion promote nutrition and bring about a feeling of comfort If you give Recall Dyspepsia Tablets a reasonable trial wo will return your moneyif you are not satisfied with the result Three sizes 25c5Oc and 1 Kemcmbar you can obtain Roxall Rom edies in Richmond only at Perrys drug store Richard Gentry of Boyle county sold to a Garrard county trader 80 head of hogs average weight250 pounds at 10 cents 2000 per pound Tho sale brought him Lambs for summer delivery arc being engaged in Nicholas county and as high as seven dollars per hundred being paid and eight dollars being asked in some cases Wool is being sold at 30 cents per pound Hogs continue high prices at recent sales ranging from 1250 to 15 per hundred pounds Heavyimpure blood makes a mud dy pimply complexion headaches nausea indigestion Thin blood makes y U weak pale sickly Burdock Blood Otters makes the blood rich red pure restores perfect health GEORGETOWN COURTDAY At Georgetown Monday there were about 200 cattle on the market scrubs and mediums cows brought from 25 to 53 calves 17 to 2750 800pound steers Co per pound One jack 200 one stallion saddle bred 10 hands high 205 Buggy and combined horses 125 to 200 Thorn p son Graves of Lexington bought a few ordinary mules at 185 to 200 For a mild easy action of the bowels a single dose ol Doans Regulets is enough Treatment cures habitnal constipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggist fcr them J R PenningtonDentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky PhoneWALLWe Retire Go Carts We Sell LiquidJVeneer t One reason why you will find the most bed in the ITI STEARBS Ie FOSTER I MATTRESS is that the natural springiness of the cotton is magnified many times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this you more fully when you call Sixty Nights Free Trial 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 L ls fstets Otdharn Lackeya Specialty Watch for the Comet The Red Dragon of tho 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 and cure for croup wheo the need is urgent and im mediate relief a vital necessity Its prompt use has saved many little lives Contaids no opiates or harmful drugs The genuine is in a yellow package Semembor the name Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse substitutes Sold by Stockton Son For Sale My house and lot adjoining ball park Apply to tf J A TODD The old stock for you to One Conductor who was Cured Mr Wilford Adams is his name and he writes about iG Some time ago I was confined to my bed with chronic rheumatism 1 used two bottles oi Foleyd Kidney Remedy with good ef recto and the third bottle put me on my feet and I resumed work as con ducion 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 Foleys Remedy cures rheumatism by eliminating the uric acid from the blood For sale by Stockton Son Concrete nests last forever For sale by O W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Rich mond Kentucky tf IHE Hustling Cash Store We Want to Sell You This Season PAPER t luxurious Undertaking Dav Telephone 76 Night Telephone 136 229 W S O R O L M ILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin SuIIerers Drop Greasy Salves and NastyMedicines DIthe first drops A prescription of ac knowledge value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will take awayftho itch right away and you will personallyknow Sold by Stockton Son Rich mond Ky Eggs Eggs Eggs We are in tho market for all tlio fresh clean eggs you can bring us This is season for storing and we will pay you the highest market price Gott Bros Fine Eggs For Sale I have a lot of fullblooded single comb brown leghorn eggs for sate at 1 per setting of 15 eggs or 8150 for two settings Mns Toll RICE f23tf R 1 3 Richmond Why Do You Suffer With headache biliousness consti pation und the ills it brings with ftwhen Foleys Orino Laxative taken regularly and as directed will relieve and cure you of these ills It tones up all tie digestive organs carries off the waste oi the body and stimulates the bowels to their normal activity and regular action It is a splendid spring takeitsystem For sale by Stockton Son We Sell May Manton Patterns 10c Each Spring 1910 H 4- i f ioittfocikforth heaviest Springti c in year lsjY ry promising r V re afterr tour shire eidoreweh ve a laidin heavy supplies in alMines and being Cash Buyers we were able to seciirelargequantities 1 of merchanise at rock bottom i t prices enabling us to give our customers the benefit of the lowett prices this season There are no better values to be had tJ than we offer Remember we keep DrU Goods Clothing ShOBs Carpets HtHiiio Rugs punks Telescopes Etc Etc i f 2 1J t a c l alf t Whatever Uare needing MStsidies or Gents Wearihgpp r- eitf we can uP ff6uWecdnti to 15efikvfh 2 S C ff v f a i f cu tlii4b i rj y i Hone tYalesa1f owRrtcesr O fe r A r V 4 J J v 1 f rt tarntit jI Jo i I r 7 l 7 L 1 y p rr ti t Z I Ct I d rr f 1 1 AI J f A il 1J 4 ii 17 d jIS s m i tJ kj= 6 1ja Ji t A c r jf nr ft fot iKBr J r aYc r- ri fefSt fy 7 y 0 2 y 1 I a1110nj Bp 0t berst- The Woman Wfao9i Hard to PIcPJfllS B Justsend them to us for we select our hoods for the fastidi ous womenthe ones other merchants find hardest to please As to our Dress Goods we have the newest diagonal weave in all olors from 89c to 5 198 per yard Our FOULARDS are the choice of the seasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89c to 179 per 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 Readyzmade Waists and Skirts All styles and prices Owen IVIeKee See Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns The Richmond Climax UBtSfiED THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR Imer PRESS and PUBUSIERS lEAGUE FBICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APR 27 1010 There was a banquet at Louisville lat Saturday night given to the Democratic members of the last General As sembly from that city There was plen ty to eat and drink and when all were comfortably full of good things the flow of hot air began and candidates for the state offices were brought out as fast as a slightof hand man produces live pigeons from a plug hat and they lived about as long Candidates produced at banquets are about as durable as soft shelled eggsCarlisle Mercury TUB Rev John G Schaibly new pas tor at Grace M E church Covington will preach next Sunday evening on The Man at the Bat or a Home Run and has invited the baseball teams of Northern Kentucky and Southern Ohio to hear the sermon Such a subject for a sermon would draw a full house in Richmond and we arc quite certain the Covington pastor will not have to preach to empty pews on this occasion IF one can believe all they read in the sensational daily papers it is quite sure nearly all the worlds people are going to the bad Murders thefts and all the unpleasant acts lire paraded before the public gaze in glaring headlines while the deeds o charity and benevolence and other performances of our Christian people seldom appear in this class of journals GovBiucon Patterson who pardoned the murderer of Senator Carmack is again a candidate for the Democratic nomination Wo cannot believe the good people of Tennessee will endorse the action of the notorious Governor who deserves even greater opprobium than has yet been heaped upon him and the splehded State over which he presides THE Court of Appeals Thursday rb versed Judge Parkers decision in the contested election case of John Skaln vs W It Milward which also carries with it three other contest growing out of the 1905 city election in Lexington This action on tho part of our highest court sustains the titles of the present Democratic contested officials whose ollices were THE publicity department of an ex position proposed to furnish original matter to exploit the city where the ex position is to be held But the cheekiest thing lately is a proposition from the wholesale liquor dealers association to furnish prepared articles to prove that prohibition is a failure Winchester SunSentinel SSoin people arc so pessimistic that they ne er see goodin anything or any body If those people who arc addicted to this terrible malady will get out- into the sunshine and smile and be hap py with the world for a day they will realize some of the blessings they have missed A8 a warning lo Madison county enum orators we state that George Pratt who was acting in that capacity in an Iowa district fell dead at the feet of Mrs CW Gillin last Monday while asking her to state her age This is the first sacrifice of life reported since the cen sus began Moan than 10000 voters of Monroe county N Y changed from the Ro publican to the Democratic column last week and elected the first Demo cratic Congressman that has represent ed that district in twenty years This is only an Indication of whatwill happen tIlls hill THE Harlan Enterprise suggest that when Helleys comet lifts the earth the ladies can prevent the fancy smiles from being extracted from their faces during the trying ordeal by using a double portion of face powder and a little larger hat than they usually display in church r tll tap Wi Vi every Alvt y Xt4r 1N4 I4i VI N t t- dtI Ei tSti IIIIkg oS CHICAGO has recently passed a lawmaking it a fifty dollar misdemeanor Cora woman to wear a hat pin extending onehalf inch beyond the hat crown The men who brought up the question stated that they had no objection to their use of carrots and roosters on hats but they opposed their wearing con cealed weapons SISCE Teddys visit to Paris the Chantcclcr hat now adorns the trash barrel and the gay Parisiennes are wearing the Teddy bear hat which is pictured as tho original Rough Rider hat ornamented with a cunning Teddy bear and an aigrette in the form a Big StickSRECEXT developments in Ohio have increased the probability that Governor bytilecase Mr Harmon would be a more promising presidential possibility than heretofore THE tremendous gains made by Democrats in Republican States is causing considerable alarm at the White House President Taft will evidently send out a few more emissaries in an effort to hold the old party together IF there is anyone in this world to be pitied it is the man or woman who hasnt anything to do but gossip The poison of a viper would be an antidote for the tongue of one of these venomous creatures Tim days of miracles are not over A Boston newspaper reporter has come in to an inheritance of 5000000 but he is sticking to his job until as ho expresses it lie gets use to handling money AT Catlettsburg thegrand jury which was in session two weeks returned 757 indictments It is said that over 500 of the indictments were against soft drinks venders at Ashland DID you ever notice how fond one child becomes of another when that other one has a penny or a nickle to spend And yet adults are only grown up children IFou see any of your neighbors hus bands going through strange actions dont be alarmed lIe is merely getting in training to beat the carpet DANIEL WALDO FIELD a several times millionaire and aged fortyfive has entered Harvard University because he needs the college course THE death of Dr Louis Klopsch editor of the Christian Herald is a distinct loss to religious philanthropic and magazine circles IT is a good thing there arc not too many early birds Thele might not be worms enough to go around hUS1band V Personal Mr J D Adams is in the West on a prospecting trip Dr C C Marshall of the Baptist church is in Louisville this week Miss Trinnle Walter of Cannel City is the guest of Mrs A G Buchanan Mrs Hattie White of Lancaster was a guest of her niece Miss Jesse Doty Just week v Mrs J II Toy or Maysville is the guest of her mother Mrs Curtis Mob erly Mrs John GTaylor visited her daughter Mrs Llt White in Irvine last week s MissMary Csrrington of Cincinnati will arrive Friday to visit Dr and Mrs D H Scanlou tMr Mt Sterling has been a visitor to his brother Mr W D Oldham Mrs Clarence Elmore of Covington is visiting her parents Jand Ji- B Justt this week Mrs Gilbert Grlnstead of Somerset is the gueSt of her par nts Mr and Mrs Lyman Iarr hIMisses Agnes Clark JJcgina6tevons and Virginia Slade spent the week end with Qlarkcouptyrelattvcs Miss Elizabeth Crowe of Versailles spent the weekend with her grandmother Xrs Willfem Crew JUJIoIu rMaIWMIM j II k JMt fetet ft WWyr kit itIfMjlii kwOm tt 1 Mr Joe Jeff Martin has returned from the Phillippine Islands where ho spent two years in the service of Uncle SamMr and Mrs Warfield Bennett went over to Frankfort in their motor car Cora little visit to Mrs Frank Chinn and familyMr Joe Schlegel who has been ser iously ill of typhoid fever is improving much to the gratification of his many friendsMr P Vaughn and granddaughter Miss Annie Vaughn of Lawrenceburg are guests of Mr and Mrs T C Miss Julia Hills entertained a number of friends yesterday afternoon from three to six the occasion being her birthdayMrs H Kennedy and daughters and Mrs Mary Stagner went to Stanford last week to attend the funeral of Mr John Traylor- Prof J G Crabbo will go to Louis villa Friday to be present at a meeting of School Masters Club which will be held at the Seelbach Mr J M Barlow of Bourbon county has been here for a visit to his wife who has opened a ladies furnishing parlor in this city Mrs J A Stevens was in Clark county Monday She was accompanied home by Mr Stevens mother who will visit them for several tins Mrs Stella P Kayes superintendent of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary is mak ing a flying visit to Mobile Alabama this week to see her sister Mrs James Lackey who underwent a serious operation for gall stone last week is doing nicely and strong hopes are entertained for her recovery Mr Steve Marcum of Manchester was a guest of Miss Lillian Maupin last week and also of his brother who is attending school here at the Normal The many friends of Mr A K Mc Cown will be glad to learn of his im proved condition at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary where he recently underwent a serious operation for gall stone Mrs Elmer Tate entertained the Thimble Club Friday afternoon A pleasing diversion was the singing of Mrs Hanley Xippert Miss Minnie Dykes whose voice retains its richness and sweetness Dr D II Scanlon of the First Presbyterian church informs The Climax that hisJirother Frank C Scanlon who graduates this year from the medical department of the University of Nashville has been chosen to deliver the valedictory address Rev J J Dickey and wife will go to Richmond today to attend the Danville District Conference T J Haney and Sam Matheny are delegates from the Stanford church and Samuel Roberts churchStanICord Mrs Theodore Wilson of Moberly is expected home in a few days from Mt Jackson Sanitarium where she has been undergoing treatment for rheumatism She is greatly improved and since lear ing the Sanitarium has visited her two BrownIsewing society at her beautiful country home near Richmond last Saturday Among those present wore Mesdames Jennie West U D Simpson n W Bridges and Misses Helen and Martha Gill Sallie Elkin Katie Simpson and Miss BrashehrTancaster Record Friends here will be Interested in the announcement of the approaching mar riage of Miss Bird Wells of Cynth lana JLo Dr Earl Rice of Augusta Miss Wells has frequently been the guest of Mrs Clarence Vaught this city and is an unusually attractive young woman It is with sincere regret that their many friends learn of the intended re moral of Mr L B Weisenburg and family from our midst They will go to MrHaDgetrait Both Mr anti Mrs Weisenburp theirIcircles inComltlly sisterMrsCroVPKate withMrsCaldwolUlighSchool Mi s Mary Stagner of Richmond was here for the funeral of Mr John Traylor Hume Griggs Of Richmond has accepted position as Clerk at the Ken garlauMrs J II Kennedy arid daughters of Richmond attended the Traylorf1rIdslt r1n ler Record Mr and Mrs Harry B Hanger spent several day last week in Cincinnati Mr Hunger being chroute to New York on a business trip Recently Mr and Mrs Hanger entertained with a box party to see Olga Nothersolo at the Lexington opera house Their guests were Mr find Mrs Warfiold Bennett and Mr and Mrs Thomas J Smith This was fol lowed by a lovely dinner party at the Hangers elegant surburban home Ar lington It is interesting to know that in this beautiful home there is to be a grandfathers clock of great artistic value selected by the owners with much care The case is of solid mahogany with a mechanism producing both the Westminster and Whittington chimes The Westminster is taken from a move ment of the fifth bar of tho opening of Handels symphony I know that my Re deemer liveth These chimes are To produced on a larger scale in the Victo ria clock tower of the House of Parliament The chimes are tuned also to tho beaulirulwords so familiar to all within tearing of the bells Lord through this hour be Thou our guideSo no foot shall slide The Whittington chimes are produced on eight bells the original being formerly in the church of Saint Mary lo Bow Cheapsidc London in the fourteenth century They became famous through the beautiful legend which connected them with the boy Dick Whittington who escaping from the drudgery of his masters housekeeper and resting at the first milestone seemed to hear the distant chimes Turn again Whitting ton Lord Mayor of London Town Revival at Baptist Church A revival will begin at the Baptist church Saturday night The pastor Dr C C Marshall will be assisted by Rev T N Campton of Owensboro a gifted speaker The public is cordially invited to attend these services Mr Stanley Milward of Lexington has resigned as a member of tho State Board of Control Ho has been suc ceeded by Dr T W Gardener of Mad isonvillc who is Superintendent of the Hopkinsville Insane Asylum In Session The Danville District Conference is in session this week at the Methodist church and a great many visiting delegates are in our midst Each day at Hand again at 730 p m regular preach ing is conducted and during the day there are discussions devotional periods reports etc The public is cordially in riled to all of the exercises which will prove beneficial to all The home people are looking after the comfort and welfare of the guests The noon meal is being served each day by that expert caterer Bettio Little in the Elks Club rooms and as on all former occasions the reputation of Richmonds hospital ity is being uphel- dKentucky The First Kentucky is the first State in the Union to employ the services of a Field Secretary in the fight against tuberculosis Mr Eugene Kerncr of New York who has had wide experience in such work has his headquarters in Louisville and his duties will be such as gathering information regarding tho situation in this State to ascertain from death records the death rate from the white plague He will also look into and photograph typical tenement house and factory conditions in various parts of the State which are a factor in producing the disease Mr Kerner will try to or ganize local Antituberculosis Associa tions to affiliate with the State organiza tion and nothing will be left undone in this fight against the disease This is something every citizen should be in terested in and Mr Kerner invites cor respondence from all persons interested in the stamping out of tuberculosis lila address is 215 E Walnut street Louis rule Ky DEATHS Dr J T Lapsley aged ninetytwo years and one of the best known Pres byterian ministers in the state died Monday at his home in Danville News reached relatives and friends hero last week of the sad death of little Elizabeth Lee Carr tho eightyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank B Carr of Lexington Death came after a brief illness of colitis and was a severe blow to hcrfond parents Both Mr and Mrs Carr arc well known here where they formerly lived and news of their sad bereavement cast a gloom over their many friend- sPorrsOur community was greatly shocked to learn of the death of Mrs Cook Potts which occurred at her home on Highs street Sunday evening after an illness of only four days Deceased who was sixtyseven years old was taken suddenly ill Wednesday while at the supper table and her condition grew steadily worse until the end came She was a lifelong member of the Methodist church Sho is survived by one son Mr Jim Potts and one daughter Mrs Robert Brandenburg besides one broth er and sister Her husband preceded her to the grave several years ago Funeral services wdrc conducted yester day afternoon at two oclock at the residence thence her interment in the Richmond cemetery Dr WC Jones a retired Baptist minister of Louisville has given 15000 to the cause of missions designating that 5000 bo given to foreign missions 95000 to home missions and 85000 lo tim Kentucky General Association of Baptists M DaughtersTo A meeting of the Alumnae Associa tion of Madison Institute was hold Sat urday afternoon at which timo arrange ments wore commenced for the regular bicnnialAlumnue celebration May 19 was selected as tho date and an elegant luncheon will be served in the after noon and it goes without saying that Lfeastelected were as follows Miss Anne DeJarnelte President Mrs Comic Clay 1st Vice President PresidentII urer The President appointed the foU lowing Committees to ook xfter the details of tho luncheon Program Mrs George Phelps Miss Lucia Buratm Miss Mary Tnbble Decorations ir8- s P Deatherage Miss Marianne Col lins Miss Dudley Doty Miss KaW CHJ ton Menu Mrs A D 1UllerXiK owgluMusicMiller Miss Irsie Million MissJSirkm xfpointedrettuion thai wet andhmcheonii MtiN 1 III =j1JIiiW t r J f 1tn t Right in Sy1 Right in Qualify Right 1g ceAJo 11r r i r i Rice ArooldTRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE Blue Grass League Opens May 5 All lovers of good clean athletics in this county are greatly interested in the opening of the Blue Grass Ball League in this city on Thursday May 5 The Opposing teams for the opening game will be Richmond and Winchester which fought each other for last years pennant and the old fight will be taken up where it was loft off lastseason Both teams have been greatly strength ened the best of last years material being retained and the weak places have been filled by men of high class Win chester will have the famous pitchers Tony and Burden as well as fielders Barney Schmidt Ellis and others They have recently purchased from the Louisville American Association a splendid Infielder in Callahan Richmond with Maloney at the head of its team expects to go after the pen nant from the start Olson the famous Louisville star will appear at shortstop and his appearance on the field last week completed an infield which the Rich mond management believes is the best ever seen in the Blue Grass Wo have eight pitchers six of whom are In splen did condition and ManagerMaloney believes he him succeeded in getting together the best twirlers in the League Among the list are Hedges and Thomas both old National Leaguers who are still in fine condition and up to all the tricks Old faithful Whittaker and Zig Taylor a giant lefthanded hitter are expected to do the necessary slugging Taylor in batting practice knocks a few over the rightfield fence every day for the fun of the thing Matt Schwab Reeves goes around the fence every night after practice and nails up the broken places Arrangements are now being made with the railroads to offer reduced rates from Winchester Beattyville Stanford and Corbin and all intervening points on all branches to Richmond for the great opening on May 5 and for a special train returning after the game from Rich mond to Beattyville The game will as will allof them for awhile be called at 3 oclock p m so that visitors may have ample time to catch their trains home Pioneer Park has been improved in many ways and its additional seating capacity will better take care of the crowds than ever before Mrs Cynthia Duncan Georgetown Ky says I had occasion to use Bour bon Poultry Cure with my turkeys this year and it cured them Ionly lost one dont think 1 would have lost it if I had used this medicine sooner Sold byll L Perry Richmond Big Cattle Deal A press dispatch from Lebanon says Probably the largest deal in this section of this kind that has ever been made was consummated aday or two ago when Fox ODaniol Co of this city sold to B Sterns Sons of New York 500 head of cattle which the local firm has been slopping at the distillery of Muelor Wathen Kobert since last November The cattle will be shipped tcr New York in two special trains the first will leave here next Thursday The average weight pf the cattle was 1200 pounds and the purchase price was 87 perl hundred pounds All the cattle wore bought in Marion and Washington counties lastfall at 4 to 4 12 cents The loss to the farmers from the recent cold snap is cstimaledat5000 000 Kentuckys share in this loss is 1500000 Ruthton Mr and Mrs White and children spent Saturday and Sunday with Mesdames Foley and Lewis near Kingston Miss Bessie Clark of Cottonburg visited her grandparents IMr and Mrs Irvine Whittaker here last Sunday Mrs Walfred Warmoulli and daughter Miss Bessie spent Friday with Mrs Chins Ageo 4 Friends of Miss Ethel Garrett spent social evening with her a few evenings agoMr and Mrs7PrceiAgpe of Lancas ter are new residents at this place Walter Ferguson and Burton and Grace Whitlaker have developed cases of Ginger and Lucy Williams are attending Normal School Miss Frona WilliamS who is taking a course at tho business college Lexington js spending a few weeks with her parents here recuperating from an attack of pneumonia Tho many ftloiids of 3CVv James Griggs Sr will r rekI accent which befelthUH lastsJJoBclaJi Nicho 3 sviHe While passing a broncho hors the aiiimal kicked him in thoside aitdjio Was Iuncortsclbusf for sometime He sustaineti broken jib and probably other internal injuries The Sunday school pf Coriath church wIel1 wasstispcled dwiBgtln winter uMiMMlaI4l 4tr wu at lIiJlii14 rn n u F i rRJl5lJHAlf COHfONT1 COOK W1111t1145C- HEAPEST SAFEST CLEANEST QUICKEST WAY- Richmond r Water Light CoI- ncorporated He Needed It A traveling man told a Southern Ken tucky editor one of his experiences the other day Ho said he was riding in a smoking car of an express train when a man rushed in from the car behind the smoker evidently in great agitation and said Has anybody In the car any whiskey A woman in the car behind has fainted Instantly a dozen flasks wore produced The man who had asked font picked out the largest one drew the cork and put the bottle to liis lips With along satisfied sigh ho handed it back and remarked That did mo a lot oi good I needed it for it always makes me feel so queer to see a woman faint F P Clay Paris Ky says I have PoultryCurechickens that were too sick to walk 01 stand up Have lost but one old chick en this carSold by H L Perry True As Gospel Did you ever think it Suppose overv business man in the city took as much interest in the upbuilding of a city as a newspaper man He works for rail roads manufactories better roads churches good streets and a hundred and one other good things for the general good ho urges pleads scolds badgers and cavorts around generally until ho gets what he sets out for Imagine his feelings then when some lame slringharled kind of a follow reproaches him because he dont boom things enough andnine times out of ten that same fellow has never paid one cent toward supporting the paper nd the paper he reads with marked regularit is either borrowed from his neighbor 01 picked up from the counter at the stOrt at which he trades Breathitt County News Fault Finders This is a splendid world and this is a splendid age of the world and instead of denouncing it you had better get down on your knees and thank God that you live now And yet in this agreea peopleverything There is the fault finder Sometimes ho joins a church and the church has its hands full He criticses wouldluopick flaws in the financial arrangments lIe sighs groans growls grumbles and whines all tim way up to heaven He frets and stows and stings him elrand others He is like a porcupine all quills like n crawfish always going backward and we dont see for the life of us how ho will ever get to heaven unless he goes lit that same way then mostlikely lio will stop at the gate to pick a quarrel with Saibt Peter When ho is fairly inside wo are afraid ho wont eijoy it The binging will be pitched too high the exercises dull the services too long Wo shouldnt wonder at all if ho spent thin first century of two squinting at the wall to see if it was ex actly plumb people1Thebut in themselves If the heart is all right all is right If iho heart is1 wromj alLis wrong Every maR should carry his own light God kindled indeed but jlill his own by which to keep his heart warm andtacobrlglt Pickup the marigolds and daises in your path in stead of htmtihtfior tkisltesand thorns Hang your blinds eas to Jet in the morning sun Leave hooting to the osfls a4ctakln to The frega Make lo1lo Mb tMotyw kliw s i aMrfFJ1hrit Cattle Wanted Wo desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Telephone 481 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky J12tf A Delicate Method A Scotchman who had survived three wives and who had a fourth in contem plation decided upon a delicate method of proposing to the object of his affections Accordingly he took her to walk one afternoon and before she realized where their footsteps tended they had arrived at the graveyard where his lost loved ones lay buried Standing before three tombstones he said There lies Jeannie there lies Grissel there lies Maggie and lie added pointing to the next vacant space and taking her hand tenderly how would you like to lie there Hogs Get Drunk A distillery owned by G P Adder hodt and located near Bronston Pulaski count j was burned and 17 gallons of whiskey and 180 gallons of beer went up in flames When discovered about 5 oclock the fire had made such headway that nothing could be saved Much of the whiskey from the burning and broken barrels flowed down the small stream that runs past the distillery site About 25 hogs were in the field by the stream and they drank the whiskey and non there could bo seen the pectacular sight of drunken hogs going through all the antics of drunken men Mule Beats Alarm Clock Jeff Clarke a Bath county farmer owns a mule that plays the part of an alarm clock every morning with such regularity that Clarke has about discard ed the little alarm clock that hangs OP the bed post and firmly refuses to part with the animal Promptly at 4 oclock this mule kicks the sides of the barn four times succession At first Clark thought the animal ill and for several mornings he got up and investigated 3e took note however that thegong of the alarm clock started buzzing when the mule started kicking He put two ind two together and reached the con tusion that the mule knows the hour vhen the Clarke household should arise ind begin the days work Once Was Enough Criticism of newspaper work and vorkers would be less frequent if more people had enjoyed an experience sim ilar to that of the Rev Malcolm James ilcLeod who edited just one issue of she Pasadena Cal Star At the con clusion of his self imposed task ho in licted these trenchant sentiments My time is now almost up as I pen hls last line my hand is almost para lyzed my brain is befuddled and I am tree to confess that I am right glad to tracato the holy spot Such rushand riot and disarray such a jumble and potpourri It strikes me as the daily effort to bring order out of chaos and to lo it lightenly quick I am reminded ol the memorable words The earth was without form and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep and the pirit moved upon the face of the waters Never shall I criticise newspaper men more I shall pray for them They will have my hearts forbearance Henceforth and forever Jhe hardest worked shortest lived poorest paid brain workers on this weary old world of ours Plea For The Operator When the girl at Central says busy dont let yourself be worked into a fret and a sweat dont tell her in language all freckled with fire you thinK shes quite a near approach to a liar Dont paw at the carpet dont chew at thu rag nor roar as a bull when it sees a rod flagr nor toll her in voicing that paints the air red youll have her tin tanned era the sun goes to bed but murmur in sugary marshmallow words twill fall on her oar as the carol of birds to please ring you up when tho line is at rest and she raises Iho party of whom youre in quest and rhen she replies she will do so just hang tho receiver npI gently andH Vwith a bang Your scold ing old fellow if you had to bear but half of tho hellos girls burden of care that temper of jours would explode with a boom twould scatter oath fragments allover the room They often are cussed at and growled at by men when trying to do just the best that they can to keep service moving along without hitch when soreheads believe them asleep at the switch and sometimes the harsh word wkich fall on their ears fill their throats lull of lumps and took eyes full of tears Just do unto them as youd have others do unto a sister of yours were she one of the crew and youll figd that your service far better will be than if by your crossness you rattled tke5ee And all of the girls will proeou c you a dear Instead of a- nlll4perMMde Mr JiMg1v S trfi MAX M IP ik iw tttW hMltTI4 f Dont Send Your- Husband here to buy meals if you want to k down the household expeoMS For iL sight of out succulent chops juv steaks and rich red roast will imi him so that ha would buy twice as nun as you would Thai would be good us but we are looking after your in ests as well as our own Come your C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Gallon 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONK BUY Pride of Bloomington Canned Cornand Guess on Paid Attendance at Opening Bail Game here with Winchester on May 5th With every TEN WRAPPERS taken from Pride of Bloom inpton Canned Corn you are entitled to one guess as to what will bo the paid attendance The follov 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 Admtwiaa Ttofcets to tio next game after the prizes have been awarded For the Second Nearest Correct GuessO- ne Dozen Pride of Bloomington Corn and Two Admission Tiekott Ul the next game after the prizes have been awarded For the ThirdNearest Correct Guess 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 wrappers write your NAME and GUESS Seal the envelope write your name on tin OUTSIDE and leave envelope at your retailers store All guesses MUST be in the hands of your retail grocer not later than 12 oclock noon of May 5 the day of the opening game Guess which are not in by that time will not be counted The quality and purity of Pride of Bloomington Corn is guaranteed second to non at the price KELLOGG and CooIncorporated The Best in Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store We gathered from everywhere good and well Today we are asking your opinion of our stock as a whole Wo ask for criticisms request your critical looking And when you have seen and bought we are sure you will carry away an impressIon that will be sure to brfaq you back Its your privilege to buy or look Just as you pleasenail if you only look youre welco- meTAO EoLANEBig Watch Sign 210 Main Street I Something New In My Line For You I have made preparations by putting in the necessary equipment to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimming x I have made this addition believing our many customers would appreci ate our efforts to take care of all needed repairs for voliiclos Bring your carriage buggy or wagon and have it repaired painted and trimmed and made good as new If you need now Rubber Tires on your bid vehicle a perfect job Is guaranteed at this shop All work guaranteed both as to workmanship and prices James A0 Moores Southern Railway LOW EXCURSION RATES SUNDAY MAY 1st5TBETWEEN Louisville Lexington Danville Georgetown Law rencetiufg Shelbyville and Versailles and inter mediate Stations in each direction 150 Between Lexington Danville George town and Louisville for round trip tickets limited to return date of sale Pro puVsConsultwrifo H 0 King G T A engtinX AROtk DP A LqujavHK ty J Q iillfJrJ A GdKA tStiLCUl1t1oi Ii 1i 7 Ij 1LIe Newly IVIarrleaSi 1Couple will find this establishment t veritable gold mine in Furniture Carpets Stoves and all Househ ld Supplies We l1 andremarkab1yow1 your Credit is Good With Us i r We save you 1 0 to 20 per cent on Cash Purchases c LUMANANDHIGGINSHOME j Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite KENTUCKYWe Smart Clothes For Ladies and Misses will be found in Mrs J M BarlowsRe- adytowear Parlor in Building with Mr F J Ycagers Jewelry Store 218 West Main Street Come inwill be glad to show you my new line of Ladies Readyto3sear in tho Latest Styles and Materials When you get my prices they will surprise you and youll como back again the supreme test of your tailors skill will be shown to the utmost limit You do not wish to fepl that your attire ri i f Virjist comparison v i worn b y your frieiuls 01 nniirhiors therefore the only safe plan is to have your Easter clothirg made to order by Marischen Those men who wear his garments know that there will be noothers shown that can sup plant his skill in cutting fit till and finishing Qeo MarischenOver Sextons Shoe Store Ye do Cleaning and Pressing Tele 173 Prine Arion Two Year Old Record 65 day training 227 TUIIEE YEAR OID TRIAL 219 Sired by the Great Arion 207 11 Sold at a 4yearold for 12500000 tu r4iMu of 1910 at my Stable Cortif uf rst and Vater Streets J TrvindCo1- ttL I Ip Walker ichntQ d 1 Kentucky N CE PEAViNE L F FHE GREAT SADDLE STALLION Will make the Season of 1010 at Robt Walkers Stable Corner 1st and Water Streets 1500 for a Living Colt ff Money duo when coitus foaled mare parted with or brtd W another horse1 Lienretalned on all cots for service Ice WALKER RICHARDSON 9Pkbrnond KY ir l Eggs For Sale From pure bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn Si persctting of IScggs or 40 eggs for S2 Also breeder Bourbon Red I Turkeys Mrs Wallace Gilbert f92m RyNon Richmond Ky Iolevs Kidney Remph 8pecbslI recommended to middle 81rftand cnrflrorders of the kidneys and bladder thai come with advancing yeais It will dire any case of kidney and bladdei dUeaeo not beyond thn read of medi cine For sale by Stockton Son Eggs for Sale From pure bred Essex Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks and single comb Brown Leghorn 81 per setting of 15 eggs or 40 eggs for 2 Also breeder Bourbon Red Turkeys and Muskogeo flying ducks Prices on eggs quoted on application Mrs Wallace Gilbert 2 93 mo R n No i Richmond Ky Mound City Paints may cost a trllle more but Stockton son 24nly For Sale Barred Plymothrockand Leghorn eggs for sale 100 per setting of 15 eggs Al so African goose eggs SOc a piece I can sparo two or three pairs of geeso Mns CLAm RICE Dmtf It D 3 Richmond AKnockerI- s a man who cant see good in any per son or thing Its a habit caused by a disordered liver II yiu find tbat you are beginning to see things through blue spectacles treat onr liver to a good cleaning ont procefs with Bal lards Herbine A sure cure for constipation dyspepsia imlisrention sick headache biliousness all liver stomach and bowel troubles Sold by II Perry 11 iPRIVNCE ARIONt 2yearold Record 227 05 days training Trial 3ycarold 2lJ VHO is 5yearsold beautiful mahogany bay star and two white feet stands 10 hands high good foot and bone fine head and earthe finish of a saddle hors Perfect disposition A lady can drive him ami I dont think anybodys horse can getaway from him on the road sIney duo whenlact is ascertained or mare parted with Lien retained on colt for scmcefep Not responsible for acciV dentsorjcscapes VROBTI c VVV t VV Prince Peavine y Heg JTp42CO virc Just comings years olda beautiful dork F cfioalnut 1ZTEM hands high J6blif J iora VV l 4like his jreat sire than any colt ltutrisired Look at his breeding by the tcfianipion sire of the world bred j itV1 x like the champion rotre Edna Mae Hero is a hprso bjed In the purpjo more of old Peavino blood thananytiorso giving A line individual tine size tfcb color with great style and action CV f and sound one that will sire snowhprseV s I and high priced fellowsl4ho kind IhaVy y getsthemoney f tr V if trzW1ker Rickardson Vhf14 KentuckyI Climax Richmond VV- ie Vj3V 0i rc tr lc IAPHAlHQM COACH It Is a M LagUk manolhousecounties of England a phantom coach with spectral horses and driver Is al ways heard or seen prior to the death of the head of the family or of some Important m mber of It On one occasion of quite recent years a number of gentlemen and two ladles who formed a portion of the house party at Christmas were startled on their return at dusk to hear the sounds tliedrIesaw an old fashioned coach with a team of four white horses advancing toward them They drew aside and us tho coach passed them the two ladles screamed and fell almost faint companionsOneAll retired to rest about 11 oclock mystertousothers to sleep Early In the morn Ing a telegram which had been dIs- patched too late the previous night for thefulelllgencehouse bad been drowned while wild fowling In the fens It was nearly forty years before that the coach hind last been seen although seventeen years previously It had been heard to drive up to the front door and away ugaln down the avenue In the middle of the night On this oc casion the head of the family bad died in his sleep the next night THE FATA MORGANA Conditions That Mutt Obtain to Al low of VltProductiIThe fata morgana Is a singular aerial phenomenon akin to the mirage it Is seen In many parts of the world but most frequently and In greatest per fection at the strait of Messina between Sfclly and Italy So many con ditions must coincide however that even there It Is of comparatively rare occurrence To allow of Its production fortyfiveund sea must be calm and tho tidal current sufficiently strong to cause Ilie water In the center to rise higher titan on the edges of the strait When these conditions are fully met the ob server on the hflghts of Calabria look lug toward Mivsiina will behold a serIes of rapidly changing pictures beautyCastles of beautiful arches palaces cities with houses and streets and church domes mountains forests grottoes wilt ap perImpsplacidly sailing over the deep sometimes Inverted while a halo like a rainbow surrounds every Image It is supposed that the Images are due to the irregular refractive powers of the different layers of air above the sea which magnify repeat and distort the objects on the Sicilian shore beyond but to the Italians these singular ap- Pearances are tho castles of the Prin- CeS Morgana and the view of them is supposed to bring good fortune to the beholder The Florin The florin one of tha most famous of rtiwlern coins originated In Florence Some say that It gave the name fo the city while others assert that It was first so called because It had on It a llower de luce from the Italian fib roue or flower for the same reason that an English silver piece Is caned a crown or certain gold pieces Ip France indifferently a napoleon or a louts or the ten dollar gold piece In America an eagle Two countries Austria and Holland have retained the florin as a unit of monetary value taking It at a time when it was very universal In Europe its usage having been rendered general by the financial supremacy pf the little states of northern Italy and the Imperfect coinage system of the other countries of the continentVReputation The autocrat remarted the recon dite person made a remark the im port of which escaped inc until the other day lie said Many a man has a reputation because of the reputation he expects to have some day Thats not a half bad remark suggested the practical person but my son just out of college you know and in the habit of thinking humpbacked thoughts as It were sald appealedget a reputation and keep It other men get a reputation and make it keep them Philadelphia Ledger Rare Self Control Hes a remarkable man When he sees an unfamiliar word he looks It up In the dictionary and finds out what It so remarkable about that Yes but he 4jfsnt try to lug It Into conversation r bht away Louis ville CourierJournal Her Conrposition How could he have married that termagant wife of his I dont see what she was made of That Is the answer She was maid of money Baltimore American Easily Remembered WalterBeg pardon sir but the gen Ufcioan at this table usually remembers me air McTavlsh Ive tine doot o that mai maunle Why youre quite a comic London Telegraph Who hns deceIved thee as often as thyselfFraukUaCatarrh Will Go Relief Comes in Two Minutes Complete Cure in Few Weeks Dont go on hawking yourself sick everymorn1ngiLscruel Its harmful and its unnecessaryV lfafter breathing Hyomel tho wonder oker youaro rid of vile catarrh you can have jour money back No stomach dosingjust take tIt e little hard rubber pocket inhaler that comes with each outfit and into it a taw drops of Hyomei Breathe it ac cording to directions In two minutes it will relieve you of that stiff ol up feeling Use it a few mlndtos everyday ant in a few weeks you will be entirely freo froincatarrIV Get an outfit today it only costs 3100 its worth SI 000 to nay catarrh sufferer for sale by druggists ev ty- where and by llL Mlddolton Rich mond who guarantees it to cure catarrh croup coughs colds sro throat and bronchitis An extra bottle of Hyome- iquidlf needed costs but 50 els as the little herd rubber inhaler you get with outfit Will last a lifetime MIONACtIre61ndi ItrelioQg 9 1t M NewN w NeW I have just opened a large and handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Paperi- n the Schlegol building on Third street and cordlall invite an in- 5p clionol same Wo aroprcparcd lo do FIRST CLASS PAPER HANGINGV on shortest notice and in the best manner Will appreciate a calL Remember this paper is Instock anti can be done promptlyV W BLEEDS House Painting Decorating Etc IFAW1 aVIn EETRIGG I lEHTRALPOfttf ROGUE RIVER VALLEY I OREGON CORRESPONDENCE I SOLICITED i This matter must not be reprInted with out special permission SETTING FRUIT TREES Since trees In crooked rows ore un sightly and make trouble in plowing and cultivation of any crop put in rows It Is Just as well to set them straight While there Is more than one way of doing this there is no better method than the running of three rows of sighting stakes both ways across the area to be set Of course If the tract Is very large or the sur face quite rolling more rows of stakes should be set It Is well to begin at one side measuring ofT the distances for the stakes DUd at the same time sighting them so that they will set true and straight A row should then l e run In the same way on one pf the other sides at right angles to the one already set Two rows should then be set near the middle of the tract paral lel to the rows already set and lastly two other rows should be run through on the two edges of the field not already staked These last rows maybe quickly set by sighting those already in From this point on no meas uring stick Is needed It being possible to quickly determine the location of all the rest of the trees to be set by sighting from the rows of stakes al ready placed While the work of planting Is expedited If two work together one person can sight both ways alone and do very good work Another aid In setting tho trees true Is a board about four Inches wide and four feet long In the middle of both ends of which notches have been cut about an inch square and a third cut In one edge at the middle and extending halt on inch beyond the exact center of the board so as to make an opening about an Inch square at the center A long straight stake should be used for the centerthe one which will mark the location of the tree while two pegs considerably shorter should be used for the endsVWhen the tree stake has been properly set the board described should be slipped on to it so that the stake will be at the middle The end pegs should then be put In the notches referred to when the middle stake may be pulled and the board removed while the dig ging of the hole Is lit progress When the hole Is ready the frame should bo adjusted over the end pegs and the tree held in place In the notch at the center of the board where the long peg was This equipment will work best If the three pegs used are rounded somewhat and are made a trifle less than an inch In diameter so that they will not stick in the notches of the board If this method Is followed carefully straight trees can be set so true that a rifle ball shot from the end row would strike more than half of the trees A CORN BREEDING PLOT It would be well If every farmer who Is seriously engaged in the growing of corn had a few acres of the best soil on the place as a corn breeding plot On sluqh aplot could be raised the seed needed for the general crop while valuable tests In determining the pro- ductivIty of various types of corn could bo carried on and would not only give a new Interest to the farm operations but would have a direct bearing on the financial consideration The field set apart for this purpose should be by itself and separated from the main field of cOrn by twenty or thirty rods which would reduce to a minimum a pollination of the breeding plot from the main field If It Is de Klrable to produce seed of especial vigor by cross rather than self fertil ization of the stalks In the breeding plot this may be done by detnssellng alternate rows and selecting the seed for the ensuing ycaf from those stalks from which the blossoms stamens have been removed Another Instruc tlve experiment Is planting a given number ot hills with kernels from several desirable types of ears the seed from each ear being In a row by Itself When the corn from such ear rows Is measured at harvest time a good Idea Is obtainable of the vigor and productivityand this means real value of given types as well as va rieties of cornV A NEW POTATO DISEASE As If It were not enough for the murpby raiser to contend with scab ind bugs and blight and commission men a new disease the potato wart fungous disease which causes un lightly warts and In severe attacks completely destroys the crop has lately attracted much Interest It waif discovered In Hungary a years ago Is prevalent In many sec lions of England has been carried to Newfoundland and the chances ore that It will spread to Ireland and thi1V country unless the greatest lions are taken Once the fungus 0V13itgrosvyarstt Is Ihtroduced from section to section by using affected seed and ftlslnlhLJ wppct Jhat great Caution should be cxertisedV 1The scrub farmer will do well to I confine his attention to scrub stock and not launch Into the business nt raising full bloods which to do well i must have first class care Light weight In seed grain usually means a shriveled berry and low vi tality Herein lies the justification of the use of the fanning mill iaV the cleaning of all small grain Intended for seedVWhile a cypress or cedar hedge about 4 place has Its drawbacks it furnishes an Ideal retreat for many species of Interesting birds that frequent it continually making their nests and rearing their young therein The unfilled orchard or berry patch means not only a checking of the growth anti a reducing of the pro ductive capacity of tree and bush but It also means an unmolested harbor and place of retreat for their many Insect enemies a The service which birds render to man as insect destroyers can hardly be measured For this practical serv ice alone if there were not other grounds some pains may well bo ink en to see that nesting places are provided or left for them about the prem ises It would be better for folks stom aclis as well as their pocketbooks If they should reduce their meat ration and substitute therefor as a breakfast ration some of the excellent cereals which are to be had at reasonable prices One of the results of this change In diet would be a much greatter relish for the meat rations other meals of the day In France on roads which are as good as engineering skill can make them a single horse will haul 3300 pounds at a load as against 1400 pounds per horso over the level dirt roads in this country and 1000 pounds over hilly dirt roads There Would seem to be abundant evidence In these figures that it pays a country or community to have firm and level highways Publishers of magazines and the reading public would view In better BpTrtt an increase In pound postage rates the brunt of which would fall on the Individual subscribers If congressmen and other folks engaged the public service were not enjoying franking privilege which makes it possible for them to transport free of charge anything from private corre spondence to poodle dogs fireless cookers pianos and automobiles Until lately pea vines the byproduct of pea canneries were a waste product the handling of which Involved a good deal of expense As a result Qt experiments which have been conducted by the federal department of agri culture it has been found that these same Tines can be made Into a hay that Is considered better than clover hay and Is a satisfactory reed forcat tie horses anti sheep while they maybe converted Into a silage which makes an excellent ration for dairy cows The vines may be cured best by spreading them on sod laud giving a forage crop which Is worth from 3to5pcrton Tha Jack rabbit nicely Illustrates the protective coloration with which na ture has provided certain animals as- a partial means of protecting them from their natural enemies through ii change In the color of the coat with the change of season to harmonize with the general tone coloring of their surroundings In countries of snow fall the jacks summer coat Is of a brownish dun color which corresponds very closely to the color of the grass and brush and leaves In winter his coat changes to pure white with the exception of the black tip of his tall though In sections where there Is no snow the winter coat Is not materially different from that of the summer For planting In northwestern states the Norway poplar gives promise of being a most valuable tree It Is a quick grower making a diameter of from six to ten Inches In eight or nine years Is hardy does well under a great variety of conditions possesses a smooth anti straight grain and can be used for a variety of outdoor and indoor purposes and for butter work ore berry boxes wagon and buggy boxes The tree may be propagated by soaking the cuttings In water for a week before planting They should be planted large end down about five Inches deep and In rows 5 by 7 feet apart In mellow soil and cultivated during the first two or three years altar which the trees will shade th ground and take care of themselves view of the present scarcity o f In of sufficient vitality to Justify Its as seed the farmers In the northern part of the corn belt which was visited by the severe freeze of last October are up against a very real proposition If they cannot secure seed which will give them at least two thirds of a stand they would better put In small grain In place of the com They will be tempted to use seed grown farther south because It will germinate but this Is almost as seri ous a mistake us using poor seed for In all probability corn from such seed mature In time to escape frosts In which c l ctbeY 1wouldnpt no better If pood sCld of type can he secured at a J 12 per bushel It would be better to use this than to use seed that will not germinate or mature a rap of sound corn VV 5 Ring the Belle of jxmr heart with one of our solitaira engagement tokens That will lioW her if anything will Iftliiugiiavfl 61 reached or liayo gone bbyorid that sjage adorn her with a brooch or a pretty neck lace When she knoWS 6u have boughti the jjswelry here shell respect your idi00tl I mlre jour good taste 21IV 0 R i ft LV444FJiI t r AoHW fII K1 fromAlcohol Since May 1906 Ayers Sar freefrompoor health weak pale nerv ous 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 advi- ceA wo cnbUdi oar brmnlu we ban loh alcohol tram our meoUolg lers Wp70U doctor conitutyour tongueathingtodoI answerTakeade by thoZ C Ajar Co Lowell Van Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of William H Tudor deceased are hereby notified to file the same properly verified with the undersigned on or before May 1st 1010 or the same will be barred STATE BASK TKUST Co Admr Wm IL Tudor deceased By JL II TURLET mar 10 ztCashierHow to Cure Eczema Pimples and DandruffV Wo desire to say that when we took theagencyforZEAlO we were convinced forEczemamust frankly admit that Zemo has far treatmentlorstate that we shall continue tho agency is Zemo has given splendid results wherever rccpramended Our customers like Zomo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for extermal use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leav ing the skin clear and healthy It does not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on infantsVWith every purchase wo give a booklet on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can be cured at home of any form of skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy tf Perrys Drug Store We aro here to cater to the trace 0- 1thetowllintl country Citizens give us a trial J B SANDERS Co 128 tf Phone 57 Dire Distress It Is Near at Hand to Hun dreds of Richmond Readers Dont neglect an netting back Backache is the Kidneys cry for helo Npglect nurrylnK to their aid Means that urinary troubles fallow quickly Dire distress diabetes Brights dis ease experienceMrs St Mt Sterling Ky says I believe that if I had not ned Doans Kidney Myhlalthbest physicians stated that I had dia betes and could not expect to recover They pave me a year to prepare for my sad fate The kidney secretions were unnatural and contained sediment and at times mt body bloated I was ner vons and suffered severely from head aches and dizzy spells during which spots floated before my eyes I often supportMy pfactso much impressed by a testimonial given in lavor of Deans Kidney Pills thpt 1 decided to try them and pro cured a box They gave me promt relief and I continued taking them nntil I was in good health I have but little trouble from iny kidneys now thanks to Doans Kidney PUs For sale by all dealers Price 50 eta FosterMllburu Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doansaud take no other m 1m The Sure Cure uglyAndglassesAndWhet you dont enjoy your dinner And you want to quit your jobsAnd youre sure your girl dont lovo you In fact feel like old hobOl WhyVJust gtmeMingle boys Fill your stomach full of peanuts Yell and make a lot ol noise Do noigborsAnd fBoyThats the cure kid thatfor you ED A GOEWET Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Home Remedy Iyou are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr Perry the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recom mended for Eczema Blackheads Pim pics Dandruff Totter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zumo has mado some remarkable cures and with each giveIcan diagnose your own case antI bo cured in your own home without tin inconvenience or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation tf They Saw the Point At a certain place not far from here a new church was being built and sub scriptions were being solicited from tho merchants of the town The leading clothier whom we will call Jones because that was not his name was ap preached fcy the soliciting committee and asked to give to the cause lls reply was I will give you 10 if you will allow me to adAsomething to subscription paper Permission Vas given him and this is what Jacob Jones the clothier wrote Jacob Jones S10CO Sears RoobucT Goiii 80000 Montgomery Ward Co SOOO John Wuo maker QOO Next Sunday the parson read the sufl scriptlon list from tlip pulpit Th congregation saw the point and sinceI then thq members of thafcvparticular church have done their buying at home and as iv consequence there has been a decfded Slump lu the mall order busi- nesS Itch Relieved atOnceV That terrible itch disappears with the first drops of a simple compound of oil of wjntorgrcen thymolTund glycerine mixed in D D Prescription This soothing healing location used external kills theeczema germ jnstanly romellybasbCoffer sufferer in his town- wh ineertted VDD Ican poW oreireIlfIi Il bonI 1 tI ftllr ivfU f Sp S VVa p pp p S f Things to Eat IGoodwe any Whether Its aV I or fancy table deli POrted we hue it I absolutely d pen4ableVthat enters f rInutcompetes for preference end none a place on our helves f Iifhighstandard1cntsforrepresentauesjnj f =of selected isarkets The Electa Savor and bD I In using I the finest itself would than other I f j Compare it rIII1dthe I r J on p ppp p7 We Call to the The t Double Shovel the very best class almost Come and see us a purchase it will am Everything Line Phone 14 Main Street r Hemp Growers 1909 crop of river bottom and upland ultivated hemp seed latest impartation sample and price on application Both hones Yours truly J W GLASS Sox j2015t Camp Nelson Ky Harry M Blanton DENTIST frOBco lo Bennett Bnlalng Jinly LEL PllONE 193 For Sale Privately two store houses one oc inpied by Taylor Oldham Hardware the other known as the Racket Store bothon Main St J E Greanleaf tf Executor Money to Loan on Good Farm- Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will loan money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortcase Apply lo J C Chonault Attv 69tf Richmond Ky James Hunley Will buy or sellyour house arm town lots or any thing in the Real Estate line Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if services are need ed torall the good things to eat that are made and J sold under the Beech tJNut Brand probably Peanut Butteri- s I tho most popular it made of the finest blend of Spanish and Virginia Jf peanuts roasted and salted and ground into a t fine smooth butterdc J licious and healthful Jt Better Order a 1Trial Jar of Pea tnut Butter ELECTA I Tate Hoosier Taylor COFFEEBack Banking business done at the State Bank and Trust Co are ample resources and able management It has the interests of its dodositors always in mind as well as those of the stockholders It extends to its depositors all accommodations and courtesies consistent with sound bank ing If you seek a safe place to deposit your funds the State Bank Trust Co invites your account Dr C H Mainhart Graduate McKilllppVeterlnatv ic liege 01 III Veterinary Surgeon Office at J It Azbills Stable Oilloo Phono 00 Ros Phone 532 f Richmond Ky Dr Robt C Boggs Dentist VTelepltoa 207 Office in Oldham Building 1M D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSATLiJY OCHHOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R Emmett Million Successor to liurgin Den- nyDENTIST Over State Rank Trust Compauy TELEPHONE 26 A SCTXiTirVAJSl r ATTOBNKYATLAVf 313HMOND KENTUCKY opt J SEWELL McKINNEY J 1 Representative of the National Cooperative Realty Company J A HIGGINS 258 JiMain Street I Richmond Ky I have dpened my KealEstevpffiee and will be glad to receive your list of For Sale then Property City Pro perty pr Farm Lands Havqfiinged to hav lJrQp j llaiverjisedinhom l tsan Na Q rBul f f A 2 W4 Tf OT 11 J a ttt eaaf tft QQ 00 rnd J= o 0CJ ld 0i f flififfot i A Man Who Has Never an E V Elder at J500 Will imagine that it cost 520 when he sees his neighbor arrayed in one of these suits These suits are built on a different principal altogether than the ordinary 15 suit They are made right As much care has been taken in their construction as if they sold for a great deal more money These garment will satisfy the most particular manthe man who feels that he must make every dollar count and who wants to be shown good value before he makes an investment that is the man who will be interested in these suits and those are the men that come here and buy them season lifter season 1000 Pair of Lace Curtains Another lot of those popular Lace Curtains bought so advantageously and which we in turn give our customers the benefit of Ask to see samples No trouble to show them it means a big saving for you Respectfully the Cash E V ELDERStreet Richmond e New Quarters z We are established in our new quarters 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 season 7 hurman Grocery Company = The most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather is Riccis Ice Cream- PARLOR Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily Meals served any hour or night Clothes Milliner Beautiful Trimmed Hats with summery charm and beauty Offers the opportunity to buy the smartest styles at less than milliners prices Submitted Trade Main Kentucky day ALL KINDS OF GOOD COAL Black coal Lump coal Round coal Nut coal A Coal for every pur pose Thats the kind we handle And the kind you get when you buy your COAL from us Satisfaction Guar anteedHow about that feed Such as corn hay straw oats and etc Si H Thorpe Ji Co ASPEN AVENUE Phone J84 Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHES 1 c Berch Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed sot to Shrink or Fade or u 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select from Fine Line New Style Hotsand Furnishing Goods Suit- Cases Trunks Umbrellas I etcat lowest prices for high Class goods H J BR StoufferRNeit itirlVhd fNJng and Ts11Mor Ikwe ktRNbnieRti t v 5b t Ai i znn en te t1 7 trn 0tJ CDa d rn trarn tt to us 4 t i a Concrete nests are warm in winter and cool in summer tf Concrete nests makes good coops while chicks are small tf Disease germs are easily killed in concrete nests by burning out nest material Forsale by O W1otts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf For Sale- A nice 8 room house with water and gain good repair and well located James Ilunley AprC4t Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of M Stevenson arc requested to file same properly proven as required b law on or before May 20 1910 or same will be barred AV B SMITH mar 16 lOt Assignee Concrete nest are cheap and durable A Baby Show in Richmond would have many contestants but safe to say that the healthiest would win the prizs No baby can heathy who suffers from worms and most babies do unless they are kept fee from them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Acts quickly yet mildly is its own purgative Mothers don t attempt to raise children without Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 2 cents Sold by II L Perry 25 per cent off cash for bun dle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it J 27 W Irvine St Ring 52 13tf Mile James will make the season of 1910 at tho Moberly Forest Grove Farm within tho city limits at StO to Insure a Living Colt 25 to Insure Jack Colt and Jennet Colt same as Mule CoSt Olsen JAMES is a black jack with while points 15 hands high extra bone and muscle foot and weight lip is sired by tho R P McCord jack First dam Shelby Irvine 2nd dam Blackwood At the samo time and place I will stand my good stall- ionBrilliant D atSl5 to Insure Brilliant D is a Percheron colt color gray foaled April boo IIo is sired by Cixulors Percheron and is deeply bred in the Brillhut blood Caro taken to prevent accidents and escapes but not responsible should any sorviceMares kept on grass at 10 cents a day 31r Jchn Whito will bo on hand dur ing the six week days to attend to all buinxs E DeatherageRICHMOND KY J T FERRILLL Texas and Oklahoma Lands- Tistberand Coal Lands Blue jraFSC FrrnnsCitylregertj ll191K1 et1 Jq ttI =The Richmond Climax rvHNRcl WEMcMRl I- TTBECUMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated i A D MILLER EDITOR r PRESS Md PUBUSIERS PRICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APR 27 1910 An Experts OptitleB OI Skis Diseases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific experience ho has never found so hard a dis ease to conquer as Eczema Yet ho does not hesitate to recommend Zcmoas rt most successful remedy for the treat ment of Eczema Itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp Hoi qualitiesthat it is clean liquid remedy for exter nal use A great improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws tho germs to the surface nnd destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can bo used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladly supply those whocallwith a free sample bottle of Zemo and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with Zemo tf Let us learn to be content with what we have Let us got rid of our false estimates set up all the higher idtmls a quiet home vinos of our own planting a few books full of inspiration of a beinglovedhundred innocent pleasures that bring no pain or remorse a devotion to the right that will never swerve a simple religion empty of all bigotry full of trust and hope and loveand to such a philosophy this world will give up all the empty joy it has Bring your wheat and corn for exI change to the new mill Phone 67 CiCondition The Equity Journal has the following in regard to the pooling prospects of the tobacco crop of It1IThe tobacco si uation summed up moans success or failure If the pool succeeds that means success if not that means fail ure and you cannot make anything else itj to this Five of the most successful farmers all of whom have been declaredIwhat is the reason They are not willing to bo the monkeys to pull tho chest nuts out of the fire for the antipool fel lows as they have been doing If the pooling of the 1910 crop is not universal theo they not pool but will vote lo float the 1909 crop on market before the 1911 crop matures regardless of the price and then take tho chances with their 1910 Crop with the antipoolers fo just what the great American Tobacco Trust chooses to pay In that event land will depreciate the tenant will go broke the laborer will be only worth his clothes and boanJlIllof which will bo the most deplorable epoch in oar history and you will have no one to blame but yourselves lor not being wise enough to pool issues and fight the com mon enemy for better prices Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden Flora I wish to announce to the public that I gore on hand a handsome lino of monuments and grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 32tf C II Pico Assignee Nothing is so Beautiful FOR SUMMER CLOTHING AS HandbeEmbroidery o Miss Eva Roberts andoarore asonabloan work guaranteed Residence Firstst rear White Wines drug store r iRUJjT Necessarygeviceswhich 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 I Rl 1 A OfBuilt tho elastic tho most and fence to great and but returns to the Be of Good CheerIThis is tho best land in the world and a man is utterly inexcusable for being illtcmpcrcd hero Look at Growl Spitfire Brothers waspish crossgrained naggy fellows whom children avoid customers flee from and dis likes They frown and snap and snarl through the world until the last drop of theIthe ashes of their selfishness Rut hero are rerr man and Warm grasp poor boys when they came from the country carrying all they had in one small roll with mothers gingerbread in their luncheon and mothers blessings in their oars Bo good toys and mind tho boss They were soon favorites in the stoJe and cheerful everywhere and when they set for then selves flocked to tho place whero even the shelves and counters seemed running over with good cheer A musician may compose a dead march that shall make the organ weep and wail but ho can never touch the chords that set the bells of joy a ringing A melancholy poet may write of wan spirits and ghomy demons but he can never picture the beauties of heaven A melancholy artist may sketch death and deep horrors but he can never paint the rising sun leaping on its sapphire bat Oonstipation Cure Free constipationof relief such as hot or cold water on yourbreakfastwhen these fail antpurgaUvethroughthese resultsgosensIblen BuclnIiguaranteed bowemuscles suits Its Ingredients are such that by c work normally so that In the end yot kindsThatSanville Va will gladly attest and 80 0Towithoutname and address to Dr Caldwell and ob Ittfonedollartinue to use it for a brief time unti thEdoseprompttyettecUveandmoney will be refunded centuryslmUazremedy pteasanttastechildren women and old folks pteasedto tothefree of charge Explain your case In a detaiLForname and address on a postal card or doctorsdwell building Monticello Hi SON That is one of the success of this Typewriter tM is AJlI Some Inbuilt Features Card Writing Tabulating Condensed Color Work and Stenciling LG SMITH BROS- TYPEWRITER All these kinds of vork and othcsdone by cue simple typewriter our correspond once wftferf say extra cast in attachments r Cardtoer ncT7PCIor accommodating BALL BEARINGS throughout carriage segment all important frictional points made antifrictional x The iNbxilt deviccssaveouthc price of tstheAnd this complete machine costs no more than others itch must have expensive ttachnents to make theltpeJe BROSweiweai riffs ha DiBrUi look xn1rjl tW y P on hingedjoint principle scientific practical perfect principle knownit yields sudden pressure again original shape everybody up everybody melancholy STOCKTON secret Decimal Billing regular machine i be nized by the most known process and proof and the dif ferent made all Test and for the that years have proven bo and best for all uses a farm fence Vermifuge THE THE TuNIc BEWARE OF IMITATIONS THC GENUINE PREPARED Co- ST LOUIS MO Sold HENRY L PERRY Try Mary Patent Flonrij the New Mill in town Phone 57 128 tt J B Sanders Jfo crevices for lice and mites to hide in concrete nest Dick Cobb Will make the season of 1910 at tho Otter Creek Stock Farm 3 miles south east of at 810 to insure a live foal is a jet black Jack with white points 15 hands high coming was sired Chief and ofa Bourbon Chief Jennett Money duo when colt is foaled or mare ported with May Collins Phono 4232 8Mt Gott Brothers desire to your wool and will pay best prices same 42Ctf strong thoroughly and fence Built of large wires of 9adapted to the wear steelespeciallyl is subjected to stiff an pliable enough to easily spliced Is perfect galvaI against weather conditions Come see styles to fit purposes compare judge yourself structural points of ex perience to mechanically soundJadapted of 11 HITES Cream GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY CHILDRENS FAVORITE BallardSnow Liniment by om Co tf Richmond Dick 14 fouryearold Ho by Richmond out purchase for A reliable durable being 25 per cent off cash for bundle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf For Sale- A good buggy and harness almost now Apply to tf Miss LUCIA BUR ur i Ilili l i Just car load all sizes Now is time to buy TrFDIi Shack l C C0 Its poor policy to wnit until you have- a tire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now We write the best policies tf Break Smithy Eminent Authorities Say hat outdoor exercise is needed by the American People Thats all very wall but how can people with rheumatism folovr that artviec Tho answer is very simple use Bollards SdowLiniment- and the rheumatism will go leaving yon as spry ai a colt GivPs quiak and1 permanent relief from rheumatism neuralgia lame back and all pains Sold by II L Verry Dont get the idea into youi mind that all yards sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads is better stocked and closer priced than all others especially in- Lumber and Building- Material Come in and letus convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will end and your wants be satisfactorliy filled As an experiment isnt it worth trying ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425Near L A Depot r GentlemenI Money Earned is Money Saved You can do bothby coming now and selecting one of those swell Suits and Coats and Pants that wo are Soiling at such low figures The prices are very It pays to dress well particularly when you can got such clothes at so little a price No matter your form shape or figure we can fit jyou stylishly and becomingly Our clothes aro designed and tailored by the Celebrated Master Tailor Bros Co of Baltimore and Now York M It isnt how little you pay that ntakgs i tho dollars count its how much value you got and how your clothes will wear and keep their shape Its the manwho mustmako every dollar count who gets so much satisfaction fromur o ds their thoroughly economy to him a We are Sole Agents for Ladies Queen Quality Fine Shoes V I Our New Styles in the Celebrated Kneeland Oxfords and Carpets Dont fail to see them t N r W D e ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD receiveda elfora Stop Collsider gIvlag Schloss goalqualltylmcans get1LheminutePricesvhGoodsOLDHAM COMPANY or remodel this season Itsp let us advise equipmentItof the homeand ishouirl4eceive careful consideration r Bathrooms which wehave installed serviceKFixtures and our ex pert work never fail to give satisfaction illustrated literature always on hand Richmend Motor PIumbingCo IncorporAted Company Coming to Stay Over Easter Then you surely want a new brass or acoupleanysortnffurnitureyouroom a character and style above criti fromherea glowing tale of what a fine homey ou have BENNETT and HIGGINS UNDERTAKING Why Wait Until the Very Last Minute Dont procrastinate Dont bo foolish Take time by tho fore lock and get in your Coal now We Deliver Quickl- yTelephone 110 The Red Ash Jellico Wo have tho exclusive sale tria order will convince you that ours Is a little better than you have been Rettlnpr elsewhere and possiblyless Full Weight or Coal Forfeited BroaddusVaughn Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring ai they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky to con luct vour sale His enarges are reasonable Dont wait untill your house burns to think about insurance See Breck Smith tf Bring your wocl to Elmer Deatherage and get the highest market price in cash 4 20lf Fire Life Accident and Health Insur anco in the very best old line Companies Wm S Broaddus Agt tf 955 Nicholasville Ky to Asheville N Cand return via QUEEN CRES CENT ROUTE Tickets sold May 2 to 11 inclusive good returning until May 31 1910 W C Rinearson G P A Estray A goose came to my place some weeks ago and has since been cared for by un dersigned Owner please call and get same Joe Hush Linden St City tf Estray From my place Saturday a black Poland China boar weight about JOO pounds with cut in nose Reward for return of same to 4202t Roy C White Wool Deatherage will pav cash for your wool and the best price thi market will afford 420tf Wanted Timber A reliable party to furnish 500 or more cords of Lin Poplar Cottonwood ane Buckeye bolts 4 inches and over in diameter 54 inches long Ricked at any shipping pointJ- OHNSONSMITH EXCELSIOR Co- 2t INDIANAPOLIS IND Thoroughbred S C Reds Exclusively Bred for beauty and utility A superior winterlaying strain eggs and baby chicks for sale Price reasonable Mrs R 0 Coomer PhCioWaco52 Speedwell Ky 2mo Hair Hair Hair lam paying highest cash prices for combings and cUpped hair Braids puffs curls chignons made to order Hair dressing and dying skillfully done Fall- Ing hair baldness and scalp diseases a specialty Superfluous hair removed from faco and arms I havo a complete line of toilet articles always on hand Mrs J C George Phone 439 142 E Main St Wool Deatherage wart your wool and will pay the very highest market price 01 same See him before selling 20lf Mrs Maude Mackey Walker Dressing Parlor Bring your combings and haVe them made into a braid transformation pieces puffs and other hair pieces I can afford to do this work at a reasonable price ili rHY IKW machinery which incurs greater rapidity and less expense Hair dyed braids restored to original color Highest prices paid for combings ONce phone 545 homophpne 202 Two doors above Stocktons drugstore 420lm ITnv TOU onv YiO If bring It to OHil p 1aI tor k iaCtL SticJfJ L ot Around Town j Next Monday will bo county court Circuit court will convene next Tuesday The Confederate Veterans Reunion is in session this week in Mobile Alabama Bring us your wool and get best prices market will afford GOTT Bros 420tf Berca College has been admitted into the InterCollegiate Oratorical Associa tion Be patient it is only one more week before the familiar play ball will be heard About one hundred thousand pounds of wool have been pooled in Cent ml Kentucky One of the attractions of next court day will be the annual spring show of fine horses The Kentucky Laundrymens Conven tion will meet tomorrow nnd Friday in Danville The wise man carries both lifo and fire insurance Breck Smith have the best police tf There is one thing certain the fellow who is bent on economy will never break on extravagance Standing room will bo at a prcnium at the opening game of the Blue Grass League in this cu Thursday May 5 Each year tho ivaltry business is becoming more lucrative in the community The old hen is worth her woightin gold Dont sell yout wool until you see Wool Deatherage Ho will pay spot cash and the best price the market affords 420tf Richmond needs yet a few things but first we need a real live Commercial Club and these other desires will be gratified The appointment of Mr John G White as postmaster at Winchester was confirmed by the United States Senate Wednesday Georgetown will have redrying plant to cost 24000 The Burley Tobacco Society has purchased the property of the Blue Grass Cordage Co including a brick building Richmond can boast of as beautiful court house yard as any city in the State The blue grass now forms n perfect carpet of velvet green What a contrast to the old fence and loafers Onehalf hour eac h day spent in dil ligcnt work will keep tho lawn and premises surrounding any house in Rich mond in applepie order and make our city the garden spot of the State It Is claimed that parties having stock killed by dogs can hold the owner of the logs responsible for the losses sustained As dogs are now propety their owners must bo responsible for their acts At Harodsburg the Southern Railway was fined 150 and costs for carrying three passengers from Lawrenccburg to Harrodsburg and allowing each pas senger to bring more than one gallon ol vhiskey as baggage At the Kentucky Federation of Clubs in Frankfort next month tho statue of Daniel Boone will be unveiled by Miss Fannie Belle Bryan of Newport who is 1 direct descendant of the great pioneer The unveiling will take placo May 20 County Judge Scott of Fayotte coun ty dismissed the warrants against a number of barbers for conducting their business on Sunday declaring that a well conducted barber shop opon on Sunday is not a violation of law and is a necessity within the meaning of the law A man ina neighboring town who okn city paper In preference to a coun try paper because he got more paper for the money was attracted by the adver tisement of a fire escape which would be forwarded on the receipt of 2 He sent the cash and in a few days received a copy of the New Testament Judge Burnam Sells Farm Judge A R Burnam sold last weekto Mrs Giles Harris his farm ton Lancaster pike for 812400 Moneyi of a communication from the State Superin tendent at Frankfort stating that the money now due the teachers would be hero next month In Session The Federal Court is in session and as the Climax goes to press both the grand and petit juries are being mpaneled The docket of criminal cases is very light but there are numerons civll cases to be heard f ParentsTeachersMeeting Prof Coates will address the pareitsr teachers meeting on tho afternoon of April 29th in the chapel of Model School building After address there will be an Informal reception and an oppor tunity to86 thn hand work done by the children i to hojwd ill pnwrti MM 1thIW4WU N Five Hundred Men Are SeiIing- KEIMTOIM SUITS5 Ij In TVIadisori County J i a THE STORE v r rk + + She Told It She refused to tell her ago to tho census taker Ho told her ho would have to guess at it Ho thought she was about 30 but said ho would put it down at 40 whereupon she promptly con fessed that she was 3- 5Stockhoiders Meeting Tho annual meeting of the stock holders of tho Richmond Water and Light Company will bo hold at the Com anys office In Richmond at 11 oclock a m Wednesday May 11th 1910 J A SULLIVAN Pres 2t R E TUKLEY Secty A Good Chance Heretofore in taking tho acknowledg ment of husband and wife to a deed or mortgage the law required that the wife sign and acknowledge the instru ment separate and apart from her husband Tho recent legislature changed this rule and it is now necessary that tho husband be present when the wifes acknowledgement is taken The gover nor has signed the bill I A New Clover The Tennessee Agricultural Department claims to havo developed a red clover that is immune from the well known clover sickness and which viII produce two bushels of seed per acre Quito a number of farmers in the State are trying it and if tho claims made for it pre correct it will bo a good thing for the farmers as the attempt to grow clover there had nearly ceased Stand to Lose Bourbon live stock dealers sand shippers stand to lose the neat sum of 5000 or more asa result of the decline in the price of hogs provided those is no im mediate recovery in the market There ire yet in that county something like three or four thousand hogs 75 per cent of which have been sold at 10 cents per pound for shipping during tho month of April North Pole In Richmond The discovery of tho North polo in Richmodn is responsible for the recent very cold weather Not only so but its discoverers Perry and Cook are also here Anyone who doubts this statement can have the pleasure of meeting tho above distinguished and famous gentlemen by calling at 221 West Main street where they are receiving callers and where the Pole in all its snowy granduer may be seen Births Mr and Mrs Larue Dti orsonare re ceiving congratulations over the birth of a daughter last Tuesday Mr and Mrs W O Burke of Kirksville are receiving congratulations over the birth of a handsome ton pound son on Monday The little stranger has been christened Lucien Sanders Burke and is being given a royal welcome by his fond parents and relatives A beautiful little daughter arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Joe Shauf hauson Thursday morning The happy parents are receiving hearty congratulations from a host of friends whose best wishes are expressed for the future welfare for this now jewel which has been dropped into the lap of Its fond parents Fruit Crop Badly Damaged Mr IT F HiUonmoyer of Fayette county who is relied upon moro per haps than any one man in this section for information n to fruits and craps said that frost l1a nlon8- Bltlchdarrlage Ithas destroyed most of the peaches pears apples and plums but upon examination there are scattering instances where the fruit has been spared There will be a scat terfag strawberriot and tho blackberry ttftf wlll to Mved Th d m- ttiwi wli t ij B or R AHIZATI i Vouched For by Physician in Letter Concerning the Question ofa Commercial ClubI- ticlimond Ky April 23 1910 To Tho Editor of The Climax Dear SirWe endorse the Climax in throwing open its columns for the discussion of tho subject why Richmond has not a Commercial Club The discussion and consideration of this im portant question can do no harm and it might do great good Although we wore not born in tho community wo havo been here long enoughwe believe to fully understand it and to bo prominently connected with it It seems to us that taken as a whole the people of Richmond have not pro gressed far enough to fully understand the value of cooperation In the early stngo of civilization each person attempts to do every thing himself and ho does not know thin value because he has not progressed far enough to know of the thought that many together can do and accomplish things which no number separately can It seems to us that Richmond has not gotten to the cooperative stage of its development fully so far as its merchants and the class of people who call themselves business people are concerned Wo have thin honor of belonging to the medical profession and although it is very often unjustly abused because misunderstood it would bo well for the merchants and tho people of Ilichmond to imitate our profession Although much has been said and sonic of It truly about tho antagonisms of doctprs yet it is singular that they are the only business class or profession in Rich mond who aro cooperating together and have a society of their own Tho Madi son County Medical Society is composed of tho doctors of tho county who arc also membrs of the State Medical Society Knowing tho value of the cooperative idea tny meet and discuss questions of impc mce to their proCes- sion and thus keep tt with the age in which they live They also attend the State Medical Societies and there get the benefit of the investigation and thought of the progrpssive men of theii profession Not only are the doctors benofittcd in this way themselves but it leads to self improvement which is beneficial to their patients While this costs something its value many times exceeds its cost and then it has its pleasures in a social way because it is certainly not only valuable but pleasurable for the loading Linen of the various communities in any profes sion or pursuit to meet together and to know each other and to jjrasp the secret causes of their success So we think that the first stop toward getting a Commercial Club in Richmond that will be of any value is to get the people to thoroughly realize as my profession already has done the im portanco of cooperation or to fully grasp the meaning of the thought that many with small effort can do so much more than a few can do and do many things which many separately cannot do Neither a community nor an in dividual can accomplish as much as it is entitled to If Hie motto be Every body for himself and the loU for the hindmost So I endorse the discussion of this subject because it will educate our people to tho point of knowing the value and the necessity pf working together This Iso cooperative afo and the in dividual or commnnitythat relies tn throb upon himself or UselCsast Hurely drop to he Ul wd oftbe jpropoeltieiv j f TeiMy1 4 PW W J i r And then some hundredsi more ifallwere counted These men are satisfied wearers of Kenton Clothing They know how a Kenton Suit Fits how it keeps its Shape and new appearance These men say the word to others and thus they become the great selling force behind the enormous demand for Kenton Clothing Our spring stock is now at its bestthe last shipments are in the selling is on in arnest The choicest styles and colors go firstand 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 build and we make the same reasonable price to one and all alike 1000 1250 1500 1800 2000 2250 2500 N I ET BANKSFOR QUALITY Save Your Coupons Persons who have saved Normal City Laundry coupons for the Pattio A Clay Infirmary will please turn same over to Mrs G D Simmons treasurer of the Infirmary As is well known thg above institution is in the race to win the piano as offered by the laundry and all friends of thin Infirmary are solicited to save their coupons Governor Glenn to Visit Richmond Governor U B Glenn of Raleigh North Carolina will come to Richmond next month and will deliver an address on May 18 at 730 p m at the First Presbyterian church Ills subject will bo The Developcmcut of the South in Relation to Church Work Governor Glenn is an entertaining speaker and is a prominent churchman and all should avail themselves of this opportunity to hear him Samuel Welch Killed in His Store at Berea Samuel E Welch Jr was shot and almost instantly killed in his store at Berea last Tuesday night his soninlaw Grover C Fish admitting that he fired the fatal shots Mr Welch was shot live times anyone of whichit is claimed would havo produced death Fish sur rendered to Deputy Sheriff W A John son and was brought to this city Wed nesday morning Tho Berea Citizen publishes tho following account of the tragedyAccording to L A Petiis who is in charge of the drug store the killing was Jono by Grover C Fish Mr Welchs soninlaw 3lr Pettus says that Mr Vlch stepped into tho store and went to thin cigar case where he picked out a cigar as ho was reaching to scratch a match Fish stopped into the door and began shooting After emptying his revolver Mr Fish stepped out in tho dark ness and disappeared Neighbors who tinned the shots rushed up but Mr Welch died in two or three minutes and did not speak again Deceased leaves a jvifo and three children Dooloy wife of Grover Fish John a student at the Yale Law School and Hilda a student In a privatq school in Washington The funeral took place it Berca Friday afternoon after which interment took place iu Berca cemetery ilr Fish who is in jail in this city will bo given a preliminary trial tomorrow Thursday A lady wanting a cook advertised as follows Wanted A good girl to cook and ono who will make a good roost or boil and will stew well Look Out for Floating Canoe Tribe No 76 Thin Council Fire of Floating Canoe Tribe No 70 continues to burn with tho big chief T C Vaughn on tho Stump The brothers have put on the war paint and are scouting tho forests for palefaces so look out for the big chief and his warriors and braves they aro headed for Middlcsboro ann will ar rive there oh tho 10th Sun of Flower Moon well equipped with plenty of ven- Ison Will have a riico dress d Plgg who will ever be ready to root for our Brother Jno ExSexlon whoso name will be presented as A candidate for heat Junior Sagamore thin next Great ttaincllf The Pigg thinks that the Past Sachems and representatives of this reservation should get In the old canoe and help paddle our brother to thojbhorc so do l4tbe alarmed when you get ithero and shouta hear him grintfor bosurela hungry The T rlo is dohlgHi IIhing had three application on last Wednesdays sleep prospects for several others Our Wampum is increasing nicely and Jhe Captain of the degree team says that he has the best team fa tho lesoryuti9n of Kent ck wlji ldlQsa1ot as ho is somewhat oa critie ad feawfullyhard 1I4 i ff trJI rMI1 Interest Growing In the Madison County Fair Exhibitions to be Best Ever Shown in the County From present indications more than the usual interest and enthusiasm will be shown in the Central Kcntucky Fairs in 1910 The Madison Fair Association belong to the Central Kentucky Fair Circuit and will hold the first Fair in the circuit having claimed July 20 21 122itnd 23 as its dates Mr J 11 Walker Secretary of the Madison Coun ty Fair met with tho Secretaries of Central Kentucky at Danville last week where tho organization was perfected and by combined efforts tho best horses in the country will bo attracted to this circuit of Fairs Thin neWest and best amusement features may be ex pe ted to bo seen at Richmond Fair this yearThe Fair grounds will be thoroughly cleansed tho necessary repairs on the amphitheatre and improvements about thin grounds will be made und everything put infirstclass condition for tho best Fair ever held in Madison county The Secretary and Executive Committee aro now at work on the catalogue which will be issued much earlier than usual in order to get a general distribution over the county and State The Executive Committee has decided to abolish the old style of filling the catalogue with advertisements which has proven to be worth very little to tho merchants or tho Association only imposing a great deal of work on the Secretaryand delay ing tho issuing of the catalogue How over as it is almost impossible to hold a good Fair without losing some money thin business people of the city will bo asked to contribute as they reap the benefits financially by reason of the Fair Company bringing tho people to Richmond Tho offices of tho company are on Second street over tho store B Walker and the members of the Association are requested to make this ollice headquarters when in the city Below is a list of the stockholders however the number will be increased as several farmers have expressed a de sire to take stock J R McKinney B F Robinson T Sv Ha an J M Hayden G ow Vhelps C Morgan Earl Curtis T S Burnam T0 Vaughn W AArbucklo Elmer Doatherage Thos J Curtis David Dunn W A Langford J J Embry A C Scanlan T D Chcnault 11 IL Terroll Joe C Oldham Martin Gentry J S Collins E C Million R C Stockton W W Burnside W Neale Bennett A n Miller JB Walker A1L Burnam Tr McCreary Simmons David A McCord J W Bales James DoJarnetl Jerry 11 Noland II RDuncan Robt Walker Chos Terrell Jesse Cobb T II Collins Jonah Wagers Edgariloty J J Ncalo WEtAixon John SStapp A Lee Gott Farjs McCord JnoMAsbill r J G Baxter ChasM Embry P B Broaddus First Game of the Season The first ball gamo of the season will be called at tho Pioneer Park next Mon day afternoon at 300 Tho AsjTiland toam of the Virginia Valley League will arrive in Richmond on that date for two- ganCSMa2 and 3 The regular ad mission will bo charged for these games This willgive the fans an opportunity to got u lino on the boy who are expect l to win the lOW pennant in the Blue QraM League Jessamine fiwlilul M svUlei for waayyearsowe of the leading gtrli QbJ t c I fa Biblical Baseball Two colored baseball fans were his cussing tho ago of the Great National Garnet One said he had traced it back to 1850 I can trace it back to the beginning of tho world said his companion The Bible tells us that Eve stole first Adam got put out of the Garden of Eden David struck out Goliath thin Prodigal Son made a home run and Moses shut out the Egyptians at the Red Sea BereaState Track Meet is Postponed The track moot between the University of Kentucky and Borea College which was to have been hold in Richmond Sun day afternoon was postponed indeti nitely on accountof thin inclemency of the weather and bad condition of the track Communication was made with tho Berca authorities late Friday night and it was decided that it would bo unwise for the men to take the necessary chances of a cold or rainey day Thin result was that the university men remained at homo Garrard County Sales At Lancaster J W Walker sold a sow and nine pigs for 20 to A W Kavan augh II K Herndon bought of Rus sell Floyd six shoats at 0 F S Elklii bought live cows from B D Holtzclaw at from 4 to 5 cents one cow from Page Brown at 4 l2c and butcher stuff from Alex Walker at 4 12 to 5c Rufus Blake man sold to Dr J S Gilbert a good horse for 225 Maurice Ross sold to T 0 Hill a yearling colt for 100 Banks Hudson bought a threeyearold horse of It Burnside 200 W Whitta ker bought a horse of A T Saunders for siio Joseph Hicks sold a good work horso for 110 An AntiSpitter Send Arti cle for Publication It has not been many weeks since we had an article in The Climax relative to the filthy and unsanitary habit of spit ting on tho streets and in public places and in this connection wo have received a communication from an AntiSpit ter enclosing a clipping all of which is so to tho point that wo publish it hoping that tho spitter may see how this habit is viewed by others Editor Climax This little article seems so especially appropriate that I semi it in thin hope of its helping to reduce the number of nasty pools often found on the streets and in public places SPIT I saw this posted on an inside wall Cleanliness is akin to godliness You cant be Gods but you can bo clean Dont spit on the floor There is something in that If you cant be a Godbo akin to a GOllby being clean It males me feel ashamed to see eerywheresary because men are so filthy There is nothing nastier than a nasty man A hog doesnt know any better A man does know better and ought to do bet Jer Molded in every brick of a side walk I saw the words Dont spit on the sidewalk What a nasty people we are Everywhere is a warning not to be nasty But It is generally disregarded In fact men spit spit spit spit here spit there spit everywhere til they no longer think spit is nasty But it isto clean folks This isnt a clean subject to talk IboutBul theobject of the talking is to malco you think and quit spitting- Of course many have to spit Then spit into thin street not on thin sidewalk Spit into tho spittoons not on the floor A Harrodsburg ic1 r advertises that rjII12 lJ ee is It Is coMforting lukawr thM oie ar ettij ha Jmj t rWi CI lj BASE HALLat Pioneer Park Monday and Tuesday May 2 3 Ashland vs Pioneers Gama Called at 3 p m Admission 25c Injured In An Accident The Danville Advocate says Mr Boss Minor who resides near Gravel Switch this county returned this morn ing from a visit to his soninlaw Mr Nathan Cotton of Madison and is spending a few days in Danville where he has many friends Mr Minor was out driving this week with Mr Thomas Cotton when the young horse they were driving became frightened at a train Mr Minor was thrown from the vehicle and was struck by a wheel He sustained a broken rib and a severe sprain of the left shoulder and other painful injuries After a visit here Mr Minor will go to Jeffersonville to visit his daughter Mrs C D Isaacs lIe states that Mr Nathan Cotton who formerly resided near town on tho Lebanon pike has purchased a farm of 270 acres north of Richmond and will engage in the cultivation of tobacco and stock raising The farm is known as the Ilugiicly place and is said to be a good one The cencus enumerators of Richmond and Madison county are making nic quesItionessential significance and all should be cheerfully and promptly answered that thin work may be speedily expedited Married The following announcement of the marriage of Miss MyraTcvis laughter of Mr W WTevis formerly of Kirks vfllethis county will bo read with interest by a large number oC friends here who remember quito well this charming young lady who has grown to woman hood since her departure from our midst The subjoined article is taken from thin Muskogee Okla Times Democrat TKVisGiBSOX A wedding of gen end interest to Muskogee people will take placo in Dallas Texas tomorrow when Miss Myra Tevis daughter of Cot W W Tovis of this cityintl becomo tho bride of Mr William A Gibson Jr of that city Miss Tevis line been employed as teacher in the public school of Dallas for some time and while there made the acquaintance of Mr Gibson who is one of Dallas leading young attorneys Following tho wedding tho bridal couple will enjoy a brief wedding trip and on their return will take up their residence in Dallas Misses Salliu tfevis and Susie Brown departed last night for Dallas to attend thin wedding Thin announcement of Miss Tcyis mar amongfriends 1 KRESO DIP No I Is permitted by the U S Department of Agriculture for official dipping of sheep for scab USE 1 PART KRESO DIP Ne If 72 PARTS WATER- It kilts lice ttclu Bltcifleaa Cures scab wounds abear cuts etc DISINFECT CicANtM Pumnti It does not trar ricke or Irritate Bcie s Bpt injure lleAeece or skin Lambs go ta their soothers immeiil itely after Mfffrg AreeV Mekter sucn a d7- Alit 9om Ki eMf ss us tel free heeklats ferrys Drug Store JLl5 Free Advice They say tho proper way to roach a mans heart is to cater to his appetite A girl who can claw a piano and agitate theatmosphere promisoiously may make a finer parlor ornament but the dumsol who can grouse the griddle and turn two flapjacks at thin same time is the piece of household furniture most in demand Sho isthc female to tie up to and dout you forget it young men Germs on Postage Stamps Tho purchaser of postage stamps will notice that they are no longer handed to him face upas has been done in the past Thin clerk passes them though the win dow with their faces to tho sill Thin reason for tho change in affairs tins cume through the order of Uncle Sam who sent word in his last communication to the postolllco clerks that hereafter stamps must be handed to customers in that manner Microbes might lurk upon the sill of thin clerks window he says and it is unfair to allow the side of the stamp which will como in contact with tho purchasers mouth to first gather a quantity of tttese death dealing germs Hamilton Thurman Will Open New Addition Messrs Thos Hamilton and Joe Thur man who have been so actively engaged in thin real estate business in this city for tho past three years havo purchased more property and will open a new addi tion to thin city Their latest purchase is the tract of land lying between North B street und the Four Milo road gun orally known as Burnam Hill This property will bo surveyed at onco and laid off into building lots These gentlemen aro snaking plans to establish a large brick kiln near the Four Mil road and also to open a rock quary on North B street Tho energy and enterprise of Hamilton Thurman have contributed largely to tho steady and perceptible growth of Richmond during tho past three or four yean Their first investment in real cstat9 was tho purchase of tho Prowitt property and the opening of Woodland avenue Every lot in that addition is IIOW adorned with a handsome residence Later they purchased tturnutmvooil and thin Mpberly property both of which are being rapidly built up anti before another year has passed not a vacant lot will bo found in either of these additions w EIwI1 East EndMillsJ B Sanders eX Co Props Richmond Kentucky We are in the market for Wheat and Corn at the highest cash market price and keep on 2hands at all times Flour Meal hips Qhicken Feed Cracked Corn and Graham Flour We make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn to accomodate the far Jlmers trade Our Motto is Live and Let Live Give us a chance and watch us grow JBSanderseolocated at R R Crossing en Irvln Street Pohne 57 Webmond Kentucky THE TIME HASj ARRIVED FOR PLANTING Of course you want the best results To in sure success buy SEEDSfrom us We have every variety of the best brands 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 i you money M WIDESTELEPHONE 363 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY i All the New CreationsInplay at my store We have given deep thought and much time to the selection of these goods and are proud of our assortments e We Please YQU 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 TUADC A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA CURESBILIOUSNESS AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER I TORPIDsick spell tomorrow SMALL DOSE LARGE BOTTLEPRICE SOc GET THE GENUINE BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 500502 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Rocommondod byc HL PERRY A MESSAGE Hello Are you therj Yes Right Here To take care our customers and give them the best valesfor the least money The iI Summer Things are iicoming in i I JBWa1ke Fitting by Mrs Moore theBest Z Ii35cond5treet RichniondKYj1 1tlr 4 1 u J T TT 1 l ro lJGeorge English I PLUMBINGi t Doctor for F G s and Gasoline Engines I ll Agents WorkslLl i 210 E Main S r7t Phone 19I RICHMOND KENTUCKY I NEW WAlL PAPERSO- urnew goods are all in and wobavotlte cream of ten of the best factories including Permanent Duplex and Oat Meals In grains Chambrays Jaspo Stripes Foreign Designs Cut Out Borders and in fact all that is new in docorafive Wall Paper Give us the pleasure of showing you the largest selection to be seen this side of the cities and all at prices that will please you All Regular Borders Same Price as Papers We employ none but the best paper hangers and we hang your paper at 10 Cents per Roll Walls Borders and Ceilings all the Same Price We Are Headquarters For GlassHousePaint White Lead Linseed Oil Varnish Brushes Etc Philip L Wiliging 213 W Main Street next door east of Madison National Bank Local Distributors of THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINTS OFFICERS- E L Woods President 1c Fish VPresidcnt W G Kemper Cashier O U Tenill Asst Cashier DIRECTORS Marion Coy U Arnold J B Woods RGOuyn J S Burrows W C Wynn L Woods W C Fish rcaplii Bank if Punt Lick Ky CAPITAL STOCK 8 1000000 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 1100000 DEPOSITS 10000000 Your Banking no matter how large no matter how small Tits PEOPLES BASK 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 Salest and Most Convenlcnt Way to do Your Business is Through a BaRk With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with with years of experience tho Peoples Banks of Paint Lick Ky Stands ready to serve you Your business 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 PAINT LICK KY Iiio 130 Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 We will on Oct 1 st 1910 give away one full 100Alsoand open rolled Bridal valued at 30 legitimateitwill give to each and every purchaser a ticket for every 10 wortn of trade with us Each ticket Avill represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day 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 you go out See our circulars for full expla nation plenty of them at our office Read Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars Back Bands Farm Blind Bridals Riding Bridals Break Harness Drive Harness Surrey Harness Buggy Pads etc Houghton Buggies Columbus Buggies Hanyer Buggies R L A Buggies Kauffman Buggies L R is Post Buggies and all medium Buggies Break Carts + Road Wagons and Surreys Rubberier the best put on quick and reasonable First class Horse Shoeing the best Buggy trimmer High Class Painting your Binders and mowers quickly re paired riBlacksmithing complete any job in wood neatly repaired and also have the finest mechanics Send in your Vehicle tor Painting and Repairs Early Lackey Colyer Penny Photos 20 for 25 Cents Four Positions The SchlegeIStudiq McGaughey Moberley AR E j y O U h vvv j Intiretedin Lumber Lath Shingles Doors f TT3st s 5ashEtc If so see v r c ToldEdwards lumber C O a Pjx lOOCnerliiInnl T Nwp r lTE i f h t vfi It V 21 iX Farm Notes t According to estfmatcs recently made the manure from one animal Sor a year has the following value UorsoI2Zg- 28cow2StQ35 TO T Robuison of Boyle county solfl last week to Djji Bradley of IlJgginsviHe Missouri fouc yearling Jacks for 1COO JP Ilardorson of Porryville sold samo party an aged jack for 400 Rape for a grazing crop for hogs and sheep should be sown The lana should be in a good state of fertility and be put in fine order The crop is greatly helped by applythg25opoundsofacid phosphate and 50 pounds of muriate of potash cr acre ifThey are making a Hour nowfrom cottonseed A display of many dishes made from this flour was recently made in San Antonio A good sample of this flour was sent to the Kings of England and Spain Butter can be keptfor three years with out deterioration in quality and ayellow shell egg will keep longer than one with a white shell were alleged factsipresont ed before the Senate Committee which is Investigating the causes of the high cost of has discovered that what will fatten animals for market will make most excellent food for humans So they mix wheat and alfalfa hay andgrind the two together into a meal And the product sells for onehalf the price of wheat flour and is far more nutritious and quite as palatable Those who have expert mented with alfalfa products claim they can endure more hard work and greater fatigue than those whose daily diet con sist largelyof meat Danville Advocate RubelRubel of Buena Vista today sold to Harry Knight 6f Louisville 175 head cattle averaging about 1200 pounds at 8035 per hundred Delivery is to be made the first of June Mr J W Tate of this city has broken the record by the sale of five 45 pound hogs at 18 cents a pound This is said to be the highest prico for which hogs over sold in Boyle countyMr William Cornell of Paint Lick was in the city today He sold an extrapair of horse mules to Mr Mont Pox at S425 Tho pair is said to be ono of the best recently sold in this market BUILDUP in spring and summer its uphealthyear Scotts Emulsion is Natures best and quick est help All DruituH Better Than Nothing Last year Sam turley a leading farmer of this county rbought three gilts for which he paid 827 From them he got his meat hogs for a large family value of the logs killed being fully 225 sold ten 219pound shoats for S219 and has three tows left one with eight pigs and one due to pig in a few days ail valued at about 875 A total of 510 from an investment of 20 one year agoMt Sterling SentinelDem crat Have you seen the now concrete hen nests They are great F6rsalVby O W Potts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf Terrible Croup One Who Knows Recom mends a Remedy to Anxious Mothers My little boy who is four years old has suffered a lot with croup On sev eral occasions we thought ho was gone After trying all the old time remedies and most of tho new I came home ono night at midnight and my wife said The boy has tho croup again suppose you get a bottle of liyomoi More junk I said but we will circulate our money so they all will get some I hastened to an all night drugstore brought it home In ft o minutes he was breathing easier In 15 minutes he was sound asleep It broke the croup so quickly it scared me Anyono wishing to cure the croup of a child Ihopo will give Hyomei a trial Wishing you the best of success which you surely deserve I remain Joe WashingtonDHyomei is a remarkably effective remedy in case of croup and it should be in every homo where there is acroupy child Full Instructions how to cure comes with each outfit Complete Hyomoi outfit including inhaler costs 8100 at druggists everywhere and at n L Middclton to cure catarrh coughs colds and sore throatMIONA Cures indigestion It relieves stomach misery sour stomach belching and cures all stomach dis ease or money back Large of tab lets 50 cents Druggists in all towns IWu Bei mfeM vr FcrfcciiM ftnMrjshoiW6t ore oafcne Although the fanner ol today M able to l ahnOt he wants te wear or to eat he isnt paying enough attention to food values it corned tQ hi own table If be has been watching the exten sive researches and experiments on the question of the best human for muscle brain will heed the advice from all sides te eat more QuakerOats Quaker Oats is mentioned because- it is recognized in this country and Eu as the best ofall oatmeal Feeding farm hands on Quaker Oats means getting more work out of them than jf you them on anything elseFor hot climates it is packed in hermetically sealed tins regular size package lOc 61 Office Hints Never send articles To publication without giving thy name for thy name often secures publication of a worthless articleTThou shouldest not rap at the door of a printing office for ho that heareth thee rap sneereth in his sleeves and looses time Thou shouldest never read the copy on the printers case or sharp and hook thereof or he may kno khee down Never inquire of the editor the news for behold it is his business to givo it to thee at the appointed time without asking for it It is not right that thou should ask him who Is the author of an article for it is his duty to keep such things to him selfWhen thou dost enter his office take heed of thyself that thoa dost not look at what may concern you not for that is not meet in the sight of good breeding Neither examine thou the proof sheet for it is not ready to meet thine eye that tbou mayest understand Prefer thine own town paper to another and if thou hast not already done so subscribe for it immediately pay for it in advance pond it will be well with theo and thtneEr Cutting Out Booze Tim American people during 1009 drank five million gallons less of whiskey than they didm 1008 according to the figures of the revenue department of the Federal government The public is beginning to realize in a small de gree says an exchange that drinking can have no place in the present day economics when living has become such a strenuous proposition to many folks Then the making of dry territory has helped some the argument of the brow ers anti distillers to the contrary notwithstanding They claim there will be as much drinking without saloons as with them but in the face of this argument the brewers and distillers are al ways willing to spend money in a fight to keep saloons In a community giving the lie most emphatically to this flimsy argumentEx High Prices in J804 A news item from Butler Pa says Records yellow with a centurys age have been unearthed in the office of the Clerk of Courts which showed that a high cost of living crusade was in progress as early as 1804 A document filed with the Judge in that year is signed by one hundred citizens petitioning the court to set a stipulated price on pro visions for man and horse and on li quors in tho taverns of the country The petitioners prayed for redress and asserted that it is the concensus of opinion that 25 cents for a meal of victuals and 12 cents for a half pint pf whisky is an extortion as whisky has been pur chased for 40 cents a gallon pork from 3 to 4 cents a pound and flour for 2 per hundredweightTho give no evidence as to whether tho prayer was over answered Bids for Pike Work Notice is hereby given that W K Shackelford County Judge as directed by the Fiscal Court will receive at his office up to and including May 9ndat 5 pm 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 ficent dirt to hold same in place for the year 1910 Bids to be made by the rod spread on pike at places to be designated by Road Supervisor Amount not to exceed appro priation hereafter to be made Also ditching by the rod Contracts to be made with successful bidders with ape proved security Contracts to be let to the lowest and best responsible bidders The Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids t You Can Have aModel Kitchen as cool and white as a dairy No smell no smoke no heat no dust No oldfashioned contrivances The iN reioWICK EEUE Oil Cookstovet- e the latest practical scientific cookstove It will cook the most elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen Boikb kesorro 8tsbetterthananyrange Readyin a second Zitinguisbedina second Pitted with Cabinet Top with collapsible earJ toteet everyiptedsefeature notbeatno mole noceal to bring te BO ashes to carry out It doe away with the drudgery of cooking and makes it a pleasure Women with the light touch for pstry especially appreciate it1 because they can immediately have a quick fife aimplybyiumingala dk Oalyisless Absolutely no smell no smoke and k fkiwt heat thi kitchen tbeiurquoieeblue MtractiveMadewhhi2and3huthe2 and 3burner tfovcs MM ke k4 wkk or without Cabinet IHtatriwwrIteMaibc StaIi Oil Company l = II I t = S iaiNTtnICrd Corrected March 1 1010 SOOTHBOUNu ITo 71 Mixed Foi Silver Crflefc Paint lick Lancasier Crab Orchard and points South leaves Richmond daily except Sunday 715 AM Ar rive Rowland 1030 am No 27 For Silver CreckPafnt LickLan cater Stanford and all stations to Louisville leaves Richmond 10 V M arrives Louisville 0lUr No 33 For Jacksonville and the South through trains leave Richmond 1120 A M Leaves Cincinnati at 800 A M No 37 For noxville through trains makes all stops arrives Richmond 1102 AM leaves Richmond 1131 A II Arrive Kuoxvl 700 PM No IT For Silver Creek Paint Lick Lancaster all stops leave Rich moud 725 r arrive at Stanford 850 Daily except Sunday Leave FourthSt station Cincinnati 257 p M No 31 Limited for Atlanaleaves Rich mond 1205 midnight arrives At lanta 1155 A M Leaves Oncinna 815 P ii NORTHBOUND No 34 Limited for Cincinnati leave Richmond 417 A M arriTeCincin nati 745 A M No 10 From Stanford leave Richmond 640 A x arrive Cincinnati 11 05M No 28 Leaves LoniRville 7 A1 arrive Richmond via Rowland 1220 noon No 38 KnoxvilieCincinnati local leave Richmond 200 r si arrive Cincin nail 610 P u No 32 JacksonvilleCincinnati limited leave Richmond 617 Pt arrive Cincinnati 845 PK No 70 Mixed from Rowland arrives Richmond 350 p it All trains run daily except where otherwise stated LoMo italic RIR Co- IN EFFECT MARCH 1 1910 SOUTU BOUND No1 No3 Lv Versailles 8 00 a m 12 01 pm Lv Nicholasville 8 43 a m 1243 pm pmLv200pmLvAr Ueattyville 1215 P m 430 pm NORTH BOUND NQ2 No4 pmLvLv Richmond 1 826 a m 348 pm pmLvpmArAll trams daily except Sunday Trains connect with QC atNicho lasvilte and with Southern Railway and Interurban Lin fa at Versailles These trains run into L N station at Richmond ranking all connections with L N trains H R SMITH G P A Versailles Ky Eggs For Sale Barred Plymouthrbck eggs for sale at 75 cents a setting W O Burke 393m It D 2 Richmond Stops itching instantly Cures plies eczema rait rheum letter itch hives herpes ocabbies Doana Ointment At any drug store Are you saving your coupons given on the piano by the Normal City Laundry Its a fine instrument and everybody has an equal chanco to get it J122t Concrete nests are best for setting hens tf Concrete nests are the most sanitary for the little chicks tf Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal disease croup Has been used with success in our family lor eight vearsMra L Whiteacre Buffalo N Y Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco stIcks Poplar laths Write- J A STEVEXS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky J4 of Pound a Week at least is what a young baby ought to gain in weight does yours If not theres something wrong with its di gestion Give it McGees Baby Elixir and it will begin gami lr at Once Cures stomach and bowel troubles aids di ges ion stops fretfulness good tor teething babies Price 25c and Soc Sold by HL Perry w r rAIN AND- LIMESTONE I IiSi o S 1 BmJ fIt ncL ChasrLLIStraus I JJ RUral TelephonesMr Karm r Matt your home as modem for your family as a ciy dence and placlyoura3lf in position to get the latest market qmunr any time This can e accomplished by means of 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