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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lo u c n J ffj PI Jid i 1 rHE PiCUMOND CLIMAX J 1 S j i 36th YEAR Y i 2 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY C J910 NUMBER 48 l I WALL PAPER I I The Sign of Good Flour is not u or but the in bak a ol and wo not to you to a one be so etc you be our in the if it cost tho Burnside Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand Plaster Material r Office Warehouse on L N R R PHONE RICHMOND A ManMay a good mechanic know how on a Tin RoofIt takes a experience properly a ofrhis kind keep in employ Who Know Howfurnish with most quality Roofing question what a good quality properly makes best roof in world i Douglas Simmons Deattaage EVERYTHING IN Hardware Implements Roofing and Guttering 20ir e r J We Sell 11 W May Manton i i Patterns cIOcEach ci he Right Way to get good work is- o your an up to date jne and an uptodate hanger ratty sack bag Improvement your ing Try sack Bollards Oblisque Flour will have urge buy second Youll well with your better bread cake that wouldnt witnout flour house twice monoy t and and 142 be and not to put of to do job We men our and we can you any of No but of TIN laid the the ef J buy paper from get paper pleased man Filth and the House Fly The estimate that 8100001 000 a year is spent in tills isIperson ped his home adequate with screens realizes the expenses And even why is all this so Because we are nor cleanly It is not a pleasant admission tbmake but it is none the less true In too many back yards of residences during the sum mer season will be found open garbage receptacles Into these goes a wantori waste of food to form breeding places for the flies which later on poison our fresh iood and make us sick It is notable that there are fewer flies downtown than there are in the residence dis tricts Some well kept office buildings are practically clean of them and screens in such places are almost unknown This is because they afford no place for the fly to breed and nothing for them to eat Fillh and decomposition are necessary for the propagation of flies and the less there is of this the fewer flies there will be If all garbage were kept in tightly covered receptacles and if all filth were cleaned up the decrease in tho number of flies would be surprisingand there would undoubtedly be a sharp decrease in the summer death rate High Cost of Living Increases the prices of ninny necessi ties without improving the quality Foloya Honey and Tar maintains its high standard ol excellence aud its great curative qualities without any increase in rest It is the best remedy for coughs colds croup whooping cough and all ailments of throat chest and lunge Tlie genuine in in a yellow package Kufnso substitutes Suld by Stockton Son Ptoi 412 W P BAXTER Adds Heathfol Qualities to the Food- Economizes Hour Butter and Eggs WOPALu4KrMs The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum Ho Limo Phosphates The Two Sinners She was woman worn and thin who the world condemn ed for a single sin They cast her outof tlie kings high way and passed her by as they went to pray He was a man anc more to blame But the world spared him a breath of shame Beneath his feet he saw her lie but he raised his head and passed her by They were the people who went to pray at the temple of God on the Holy day They scorned the woman forgave the man twas ever thus since the world began Time passed on the woman died on a cross of shame she was crucified The world was stern and would not yield and they buried her in the potters field The man died too and they buried him in a casket of cloth with a sil ver brim and said as they turnedaway We have bur ied a noble man today Two mortals knocked at heavens gate stood face to face to in quire their fate He carried a passport with an earthly sign but she a pardon from love divine Of ye who judge tRixt virtureand vice which think ye entered paradise Not he whom the world had said would win for the wom an was ushered inEx IWhat Everybody Wants desires good health which is imposible unless the kidneys lire Kidneycomedydication of any irregularity pain in the back and head nervousness and maybOolive without your kidneys and you cannot he sound and well unless they preform their work properly Foleys Kidney Remedy will build up worn out tissues and restore your kIdneys to their normal state Sold by Stockton JSon 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 with my new machitnry which incurs greater rapidity and less expense Hair dyed braids restored to original color Highest prices paid for combings Ofllco phone 545 homo phone 202 Two doors above Stocktons drug store 120lm Go We is of is to 136 229 A Pratt Post No J43 Dept III We have from Mr Isaac Cook Comll1 nder of Julius Pratt Post Kowanee III For quite long time was bothered mykidneyslludago startel taking Foley Kidnev Pills and soon saw they were doing just claimed kept taking them and now free from backache and the painful bladder misery gone like Foley Kidney Pills well thatI have already told many my friends and about them Sold by Stockton Son Wool will pay cash for your wool and the best price tho market will alford 420tf The Wrong Way is to buy a lot o old and get anybody to hang it for you Phone We Retire Carts Sell Liquid Veneer t r r tD One reasontwhy you will find the most bed in the I ITEARIIS Ie FOTKJ MATTRESS that the natural springiness the cotton magnified many times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this 0 you more fully when you call Sixty Nights Free Trial N 1050 1350 1600 and 2250 O1dhamLackeyDavNight Telephone W S O R O L Commander Julius GAR a communication a A a I I I as I on I am is I so of comrades Deatherago stock EczcmaA Germ Disease Can Now Da Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has balllcd thorn is to find some remedy that will get to tho germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of tho skin and destroying the germ lifo that causes tho diseases The whole method of treat ment and cure by Zemo is explained in an interesting book on tho subject issued by tho makers of Zemo It tells haw to iluro yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of the skin and scalp Call at Perrys Drug Storufor booklet and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized tho standard treatment for alt diseases of tho skin and scalp tf A Smile is a pretty bard thing to accomplifh when youre blue bilious and out of sorts There is a sure cure for nil kind of stomach and liver corn plaIntacon stipation and dyspepsia BaliardslIerIbine is mild yet all cases Price cents per bottle Sold bv H L Perry J R PenningtonDentist Office next door to Government build ing Richmond Ky tct mw I r T H E Hustling Cash Store WAJLL PAPER luxurious Fine Eggs For Sale I have a lot of fullblooded single comb brown leghorn eggs for sale at per setting of 15 eggs or 8150 for two settings Mits JOHN KICK IioltrnondfConcrete nests last forever For sale by 011 Potts 125 Boggs Lane Rich mond Kentucky tf For Sale My house and lot adjoining ball park Apply to tf J A TODD Eggs Eggs Eggs Wo are in the market for all the real clean eggs you can bring us This is season for storing and we will pay you the highest market price Oott Bros t it1iWe rc May Manton Patterns IOc Each 1iI l 1 Sprillg 1910 We I Want to Sell You This Season Sprill 1910 y i i iJf r u t J j o vThe outfobk for the heaviest Spring trade in years is y fpr niiigtWeftr after our share Therefore we have r if t saidm heavy supplies in altlines and being Cash Buyers we were able to secure large quantities of merchandise at rock bottom i Ll T + ir1 t + ti Af f tw fi prices enabling us to give our customers the benefit of the lowest prices this seasonsThere are no better values to be had tj t 9 than we offer Remember we keep I i I j Uv t oJ rpll itD v Y1Boods Clothing Shoes Carpets D tingRugs Jr y T81s p S t t ri I t ti lrr S 4f f r l ii i r cy yr eeldg i i ii 1LtZSW fifig Injupp t c dWhatever you are n r L Gg App ou Weontmue believe n 4N g bc i AF A f ji t 4 2 7 P Y f t i F r 1 HonestYalues 1 L1OVl races 5 1 i I O f 7 J J1 t J 1 I r ifJ ti 7 y iif girf F 2 i i i t A 7 it f I f k rl 1r H F 1 k +i 1 0 tMc Jo 1 U 1 fMo F t a is J1 7 1r xm Et utfiIS eaS Jrlti t iff ay t Fl afjA vtiI cr r i 0 H i r t r t I C Y f u i iAy r t rcr1 1 r Ii f 1 iio J f Y i yoof I J1 ryiW = h r 1f r r i I V co Po 1 tffp ttMtv t1i i c 4 10 or 0 tr15 t t v A i i Yr5 n r 3 amiltort f BPO v flierS o j Ji t 1 t tU r- a r fd Wt f t i iimJlti J u r P r f r I i i i fit J J U Tiy =w 1 qrN0 n Ia 1 c 7 6 c 2 J T I I I lfiIf WnzclWhos I flrd to P1ese Just send them to us for we select our goods for the fastidi ous women the ones other merchants find hardest to please As to our f Dress Goods r 89cweto 198 per yard Our FOULARDS are the choice of the seasons silks Handsome patterns and all shades from 89c to 179 per yard Beautiftil Swiss Embroideries in white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Novelties Look at our Readymade Waists and Skirts All styles and pricesS Owen lVIcKee See Our Bargain Counter Butterick PatternsI L The Richmond Climax THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A n MILLER EUITOK PRESS sod PUBUSIERS FPICE 100 PER YEAR IS ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAY d 1Ino ALMOST every individual in the world has his own idea about making his way in the world and yet all must agree that honesty is the best policanll it should be the ambition of everyone to make his way in no other than a straightforward manner that doesnt smack of deceit falsehood misrepresentation and downright swindling Making our way honestly and at the same time getting something ahead is a problem to be solved by each of us in our own indivi dual way Somepeople make their way by honest toil and endeavor and contrive to got something to the good by spend ing less than they make Others make their way by legitimate businojsmethods by trading frequently turning their money over and thus cause it to earn them agood living and more at the same time they have not hurt any other man There are still others who delight in skinning everyone with whom they have any dealings Their prosperity will last only for a season however Wo have heard of people in this last class who would throw up their hands in holy horror at the thought of picking up and keeping a pocket book or other valuables they had seen dropped on the street and yet these same people will not worry at all if they make thoir way by not paying for small articles purchasade probably during a rush when the clerk perhaps overlooked them The two methods of making ones way are on a par A preacher said You editors dare not tell the truth your newspaper would be a failure The editor replied You are right and the minister who will at all times tell the truth about his members living or dead will not occupy the pulpit more than one Sunday and he will find it necessary to leave town in a hurry Tho press and the pulpit go hand in hand with whitewash and kind words Magnifying high virtures into largo ones the pulpit press and gravestones arc the great satnt making Triumvirate The great minister wont away looking very thoughtful while the editor turned to his work telling about the surpassing beauty of the bride while in fact she was ugly as mud THROUGH the new Indiana state ac counting law which has been in force since the first of January shortage in books of public officials amounting to approximately 100000 has been discovered The report for the first quarter will be to given Gov Marshall this week by Wm A Dehority chief of the board The largest sum yet paid back was by the former Treasurer of Muncie who was charged with 10000 and interest Tho recent Kentucky Legislature kill ed the ThatcherShanks Hill for a Uni form Accounting Iaw for Kentucky shame it is to tell it PROF JG Crabbe the new president of the Eastern Kentucky Stato Normal School has already made good with the news fraternity at Richmond and that means that ho will make good with oveybody by subscribing for all three of the Richmond papers We predict for President Crabbo as brilliant a career at the Stato Normal as he had as Superin tendent of Public Instruction It is not fulsome praise to say that Kentucky has never had as able a superintendent as Prof Crabbo Harrodsburg Republican Titu Mt Sterling Advocate has been sold to an incorporated company having capital stock of 0000 Tho in corporators are E y and G Senff T B Arthur and W Hcrndon Jr Mr Bruce Trimble who has been in charge of the Advocate for fourteen years will reliro from newspaper work The editorial department as well an the man agement of the paper will bo in the hands of G It Sonlf and J Ileddon Jr t Andthcpojicj of the paper will remain m craUc H Laille the kld7fhere In wo walk te ractioatr tar Wtkttt 1ki fi TilE Industrial edition of the Ken tucky Stato Journal of Frankfort reached our desk on schedulo time and it is a production of which the manage mont the town and the State should feel proud for it not only sets forth tho claims of the Capitol City but of tho Bluegrass and tho country along the Big Sandee It makes us feel proud that wo are Kentuckians and live in a country so Godblessed Wo congratu lato tho Stato Journal upon the thrift and hustle represented in such an edi tion NEXT to being a ministerof tho gospel I would rather be the editor of a newpa per said tho Rev Aquille Webb pastor of Warren Memorial church JLouisvil Being editor is pleasant enough but add to these duties tho responsibility of col lecting tho weekly payroll looking after other arduous duties involved especially in a country office we fear would cause the above divine to return to tho Lords work WITH last Fridays issue thePinevillo Sun entered upon its third year and bo it said that it is ono of tho most precocious youngsters that we have met If it keeps up at tho rate it has been going it will not only be a Sun but a regular comet Wo offer hearty congratulations to Broth er Metcalf whoso Sun shines for all of Bell county A fellow seeing tho ambulance backed up in front or the postoflice asked if some one were sick or hurt and it was an awfully mean man that replied I suppose it is to carry away a lead letter A Baltimore woman used an alarm clock to keep her husband awake so she could talk to him Do you blame him for wanting a divorce THE hook worm has made its appearance in Louisville IPef QJrna Miss Elizabeth Farley and Harriott Parrish are at homo from Florida Mr L C Riddell of Irvine was among tho court day visitors here Miss Margaret White has been in Win chester tho guest of Mrs C E Smith Miss Sue Scrivner of Winchester spent tho weekend with relatives here Mrs J M Poyntz and Miss Kathleen Poyntz were In Mt Sterling last week Miss Mary Tribblo is at homo from a visit to Mrs W II Sevcrence at Stan fordMiss Marion Burnam will entertain tho young ladies Bridge Club this after noonMrs re ton of Lexington is the gust of her brother Mr S E Scott and w1e dins Elizabeth Graddyof Lexington was tho guest last week of1 Mrs Henry CTasper Mr Simeon Hamilton was a guest Monday of his daughter Mrs Harry ScrivnerMr Mrs W It Gott of Lancaster attended the funeral of little Earl Gott on Sunday Mrs Robert Burkc of Danville has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J S CollinsaMrs Jonas Rucker has returned from a visit to her father Judge WmSugars- at Lancaster Mrs DaisyGampboll Doatherago has returned from a visit to relatives in Shelby Ville Mrs Jennie BFHch of Millersburg is the guest of Rev and MrsG W CrutchJield 3Irs Chas Brock of Fayette county is isiling her sister Mrs J A Turpin at Bro kstown Mr und Mrs C ll Riddle and baby of Frankfort arc hero fora two weeks visit to relatives Miss Mary Carrington of Cincinnati is the attractive guest of Dr and SIrs David H Scanlan Mr James and Roy Million of St Louis Mo aro hero for a few weeks visit to their parents MoSilelastveterans reunion Mrs Sam Bennett and Miss Blanding or Lexington were guests last week of Mrs Tko J ftmitkii r llicN Gettig Admkw v1hf h1 tM rIkitgloiwI1ftrMiNi l itil it ilM W 1 Aiitiirrt i1 UArA j Miss Virginia Spencer formerly Dean of tho Normal School was a guest of friends hero last week Messrs James and Lewis Nealo spent last Sunday with Messrs George and John McRobcrts in Danville Mr J C George of this city is in Lexington attending tho races and visit ing his brother and family Mr W B Kincaid of the Kincaid Brick Tile Co of Waco has gone for a visit to his home in Ewing Va Mrs Laura Estill Francis of Rose dale Bourbon county has been visiting in Richmond for a few days Mr R L Slade of London wash ere Sunday to see his wife who is rapidly recovering from her recent operation Mrs Elmer Tato entertained at dinner Friday opening in honor of Miss Marti and Miss Mountjoy of Madison Insti tuteMrs Mary Turpin of Brookstown has returned home from an extended visit to relatives in Woodford and Fayette counties Mrs Clarence Lotus of Lexington MaryBelleauto party to this city Friday Mr and Mrs John R Gibson liavo returned from New Orleans Enroute homo they stopped in Louisville for a visit to Mr and Mrs Pickncy Varble Interior Journal Mrs Nannie Fe land of Richmond is visiting Mrs A M Feland on the Danvillo pike She will visit Mrs R L Berry at Huston villo Mr Theodore Wilson of Moberly was called to Wisomantown Friday by tho critical illness of his grandchild the twoyearsold baby of his daughter Mrs Geo Frazier Dr T Park Gardner of Irvine passed through Richmond Tuesdaycn routo to Jacksonville Florida where ho will spend a month with his brother Jo S Gardner and family Mrs B E blue and two children of Washington Indiana have returned to their homo after a visit to her sisters Mrs M II Wells and Mrs Ed Carson near Red House Miss Ethel Carr of Lexington is the attractive guest of her aunt Mrs P M daughtermerly of this city Mrs P F Adams Jr who has been boanling since the first of tho year has taken a cottage on Glyndon avenue and houselceepingMr MrM CKelloggand family were called to Cincinnati last week by tho serious illness and death of Mr Kelloggs father who was one of Cincinnatis best known and most influential citizens Mr Kel manyrriendsDr and Mrs D H Scanlan will be at home tomorrow evening at tho manso on South Second street from 7 to 10 Tho occasion will bo an informal recep FirstPresbyterianpleasure of meeting socially Mr Ar thur M Stephenson who arrived last week and has commenced his duties as assistant pastor Lancaster Record Miss Fannie Tin ofherNormal School in Richmond Miss BritItonanlllsistcr8Mrster Miss Bettie are at home after a MadlIsonTuesdaylFfor a visit of several days The Cecilian Club held a delightful meeting last Wednesday with Mrs TJSmith Westovcr Terrace is ono of the handsomest homes in the city and the meeting of last week was ono of tho most brilliant in the history of theClub Among those who added much to the program wero Miss Blanding and Mrs Blanding hearMrsvoice is unsurpassed Sho sings with such depth of fooling and ernjossion sis- to move her hearers to the greatest ad miratiou Tho Club was indebted to Madame Piotrowska of the State Normal for a splendid talk on Poland with piano illustrations ofpolish musiclerl- ow is the program j fn ful- lFourllandsFalseJosoph Lanner Johnsongtmgs tBiliar IIij lititl n t li J taerl l d Seng My Mother Taught Me Drorik Sonof the NightingaleNevinMrs Ballad in A flat Chopin Miss Sue Smith Aria Traviata Verdi Nymphs and Faurcs Miss Blanding Current Events Miss TilIioTrlbbte- LegendPaderewski Miss Rogers Black Key Etude Chopin Mrs Johnson Vocal DuetHark Hark My Soul Shelley Miss BlandingMrs Bennett From Golden West Comes A Voice in Defense of Com mercial Club Interesting Letter From Former Madisonian Tho Climax is gratified to know that so much interest is being manifested in the articles that have been appearing in these columns from week to week ro garding tho organization of a Commer cial Club In this issue wo publish two article ono from a former citizen of Richmond who now sojourns in the land toward tho setting sun tho other by a Real Estate Agent These arti cles are worthy the serious considera tion of every man and woman in Rich mond and Madison county who aro in the least interested in the future growth and welfare of this Godfavored city Shawnee Okla April 28 1010 Dear Climax We have read with inter est the discussion pro and con a Com mercial Club in your city and being interested intthe welfare of Richmond whether hero or there we would like to give you an outline of what a real live Commercial Club can do fora town Wo have a beautiful little city that believes that prosperity and improved ment go hand in hand fifteen years old wo have about twenty two thousand inhabitants We have nearly thirty miles of paved streets besides sidewalks and many beautiful public buildings Now tho natural resources of this country aro no more if as much as old Madison In fact three years of drouths floods and poor crops looked as if it would put the whole town bankruptcy Well they got a now secretary for the Commercial Club instead of ten cents dues they run from one to 500 per month and they probably pay him 8150 per month Within tho past six months wo have secured a packing plant two largo universities a cotton factory and any number of smaller industries Real estate lias just about doubled and trade is thriving Now if you think that is going some you ought to see 0 Oklahoma City We were over tbereI last week to their twentyfirst birthday anniversary It has at least a dozen 12 and 14 stories skyscrapers in different stages of construction and everywhere and everything is strictly modern and uptodate In tho industrial parade ono Moving Van Company had forty wagons ono Ice Factory had about thirty and ono Real Estate Firm had 15 automobiles We aro not trying to boost the Western towns but to give you an idea of their progress which we believe is al most wholly due to their Commercial Clubs When wo were in Kentucky a few years ago ono of your most promis ing young men and substantial citizens was inquiring about the West We told him what wo still believe to bo true that if Kentucky peoplo would spend onehalf on improvements etc that is necessary to bo spent in tho West the returns would be double He replied yes but one man cannot do it all alone meeting discouragement on every side Vo said but you have a Commercial Club No that foil through too we could not get them to pay tho dues ten cents a month So this young man wanted to leave and go whero ho could get in touch with progressive spirit Now it is no won der Kentucky people aro contented They have the best country on earth pleasant homes good neighbors and plenty of everything so why need they get moneymad like these Westerners I hope they never will and yet they can progressive without going bug house A few years ago we had great hopes when you organized your Commercial Club a Womans Ulub and elected Mr Woods mayor Tho Climax has always stood for advancement so we were very proud of our old home when lo they voted on sewerage anddcfcatcd it They remind onto of a town in Tennessee Paris I believe whore tho people were thoroughly incensed because tho L N railroad located their shops there Yes sir fought it and today will not drive on the side of town where tho railroad people live for fear of contamination I know a town in Arkansas that paid thousands of dollars last year to get aaiew railroad Many of tho mer chants gave as much as a thousand dollars individually They could afford to you see for they have tried and proved that policy before I could give names and dates if necessary But the strong est point in favor of a progressive town to which a Commercial Club is the direct and essential factor is tho ad vantages to tho young men and boys your future citizens and not from a financial viewpoint Jut hero we have never seen barring Indians a disap pointed or idle young man and the older men dont have time for afternoon poker games either Of course we are not insinuating anything but wo just mention this in passing as a self mado merchant wouldsay If MA Miller hasallowed us this much space we would like to mention just lone of Madisons resources that would exploited to the limit and mado a source of capital here Passing over twenty others we might mention wo refer to the Waco clay pottery everytreegrass and agree with the preacher who tried to describe heaven sayinglilt is just a regular Kentucky of a place So if you let us know when applications are in order for that Commercial Club secretaryship wo may let you Consider pars ALSOIUX Commercial Club as Viewed by Real Estate Agent Richmond Ky April 30 1010 Tho Editor of the Climax Richmond Ky Dear Sir1Ve are glad to see that The Climax has opened a oolum to ribs cuss the needs of Richetondttt tiUy certainly are several I Different reasons are given why Rich psilinotnsprogressivl some other places less favorably located In tho talks contained in your paper Ghie mistake made is totblak tht tltu Wsl rwu 1of l kkmandr si taa 1 r Uw thM wWINiM lTIJl tmJ fit tI- f J MI i j Ii1n Rice APO old11 TRY OUR LAUNDRY ONE PRICE HOUSE r 1 === =H=H=H=HH=H=H= ===S= =IU u rS s = svV The revival at tho Baptist church mention of which was made in last weeks Climax began Sunday morning and large crowds aro attending Rev Theodore N Compton of Owensboro is assisting the pastor Dr C C Marshall Dr Compton whoso picture wo present herewith is in the prime of life Ho is a man of unusual size being six feet tall and weighs 266 pounds and is known as tho big sycamore of tho Pen nyrilo He began preaching when he was only sixteen years old and was ordained as a minister at tho age of seven teen He is a graduate of Bethel Col lego Ky As pastor ho has served some aro behind the times Wo do not snow why this is so or why they aro asleep It is useless to expect the merchants to take tho lead in any movement now in Richmond as they are at the tale end of tho business procession However tho real estate business and insurance besides tho professions are all upto date They do and want to do not only a business at home but away from home and are doing it Tho time was when tho merchants of Richmond were in tho lead but that is past Even tho farmers of our county are way ahead of tho city Our farmers aro uptodate At the Stock Yards every court day farmers come from all tho adjoining counties to sell stock and to buy stock and tho trade at tho Stock Yards hero is bigger than any county in Kentucky Richmond is behind tho county because it prefers to boo Tho census is now being taken which will determine tho standing of the town for ten years and yet very few of our people especially the merchants are taking any interest in it We have no Commercial Club or public body whoso business it is to look after matters of this kind All other cities of this class have We think the reason that Rich mond has not is because tho people aro asleep or dont care about it and aro satisfied with themselves I have the pleasure of being in the real estate business and the real estate agents here arc wide awake and ire soiling real estate not only in this city and county but in various parts of tho State and oven as far away as Texas but wo are not sitting down awaiting for the merchants to take the lend So in conclusion we think lio mis eXIleanything Tho other business people in the community who are wide awake should organize a business clubof some kind Some years ago when tho mer chantsof Louisville took an excursion through the State theY were mot with brass bands by the merchants in all progressive towns and cities in the State including Ford and Paint Lick but they got a frost at Richmond What Richmond needs most is cheaper real estate and y level headed commercial club Respectfully Real Estate Agent Part of the Arsenal Recently a Cloterporf sbciefy girl spent a couple of c1SOIJeneo the TobhportSheon the farm and the Bead of the farm everythingafsheaawflWhenlearned enough to express an opinion along with Iwrsurprisa remarked And those areyour iHtfccow ltjw at Uwyt aftffcVjpH flM fcM iMK rr th rr4tit it Itirirtt4itiYiMifdr- IriIk Wlh ft u oR of the largest churches in tho United States having been pastor of tho Entaw Place Baptist church Baltimore Md and is now pastor of tho Third Baptist church of Owensboro Ky Ho has had wide experience as an evangelist and has seen 15000 persons converted in his meetings He is a man of unusual power preaching tho simple powerful gospel of tho cross in a pleasing forceful manner which never fails to appeal to the weary heart of man Dr Compton has a charming personality and socially is as pleasing as ho is in tho pulpit The public is cordially invited to these ser vices each evening at 7TO oclock q Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and largo and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Tele phono 4Sl or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky j2tf Cash Graves Taken From Penitentiary to Asylum Tho following article sent from Lox ington to the city papers will be of in terest here whero Cash Graves formerly lived Cash Graves ono of the most noted convicts in Iho Frankfort penitentiary who was declared of unsound mind yesterday was brought to tho Eastern Asylum for the Insane last night in custody of Attendant Cunningham While Graves was sent up from Grant county for horse stealing his original homo was in Madison county where fifteen years ago he was tho reputed ring leader of ono of tho most daring bands of horse thieves that ever operated in Kentucky Their operations extended all over Central and Northern Kentucky and they had their pals in adjoining States or Missouri Indiana and Illinois to which hundreds of horses and mules were hur vied away by night an disposed of For some time the gang defied the authorities but their Hicadquarters were finally located on Red Lick creek are mote part of Madison county near the Jackson and still county line and a posse heady by tho Sheriff of Madison county attempted to arrest Graves tho leader A running battle was fought between Graves and his pals and the posse near Big Hill but Graves escaped and lied to the West where ho remainoQ at large for several years Several years afterward ho returned and on condition Iho would be a good citizen spas given a short sentence in the penitentiary and the numerous indictments against him were riled away It was thought ho had reformed after his release from prison until his arrest in this city by Williams town officers charging him with horso Dealing in Grant county lie was convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary where the prison authorities have had much trou tile with him ever since by reason of his strange actions At the time ohis last arrest ho ytas living quietly with life wife and children in a suburb pfjkexing ton It is said his wife fc wRolking of his restton audliis sestionfreol lt 4kSIto whom he was much mdint nr6e lli ved lot have uUVU MMd his inigd ANr c lllcloll kw W 15 Mi eW- lMt W bsoahie 4b rOMatit ftstS art- Mtftill htlw I tww bh- p NM i c rinr tflJ llk A r How About That I SuninierCoal We have any and every kind you want And our prices are no higher possibly lessthan you may find elsewhere Prompt Delivery and Satisfaction Guaranteed Give us a trial order and be convinced Also that feed w ell we have Corn Hay Oats Straw Etc SH Thorpe LO ASPEN AVENUE Phone 184 The wise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan H Breck has the best police tf FOR 5UHMfNCoMfoDrli COOK WTtGAS CHEAPEST SAFEST CLEANEST QUICKEST WAY- Richmond Water Light Coin- corporated Eight CompleteV r Sets 01 Ball Bearings Automatic Lift t Dont Be Too- Bashful about a kittg for A big piece of m comes from thus market For yn find everybody at the table winI big piece too ones they get a tho meat We esfwehrily urge a our roast beef You never 11 teeth into a daintier moeeel C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELKPIIoN = YiPride of Blooinii1gton Cannes Cornand Guess on Paid Attendance at Opening Ball Game here with Winchester on May 5th With every TEN WRAPPERS taken from Pride of Uloomingtou Cml1j you aro entitled to ono guess as to what will be the paid attendance Tin i ing prizes will bo given to those guessing the correct or the nearest eorrcc dance For the Nearest Correct GuessJOno Case two dozen Pride of Blooming Corn and Two Admission Tickets next game after tho prizes have been awarded For the Second Nearest Correct Guess Ono Dozen Pride of Bloomington Corn and Two Admission Tickets to tho gamo after tho prizes have been awarded For the Third Nearest Correct Guess Two Admission Tickets to tho next game after the prizes have been awarlf HOW TO GUESS Enclose ton wrappers pinned together in and envelope On one of the v r pets write your NAME and GUESS Seal the envelope write your name mi r OUTSIDE and leave envelope at your retailers store All gneeees MUST tho hands of your retail grocer not later than 12 oclock noon of May 5 the li tho opening game Guess which are not in by that time will not be cow The quality and purity of Pride of Bloomington Corn is guaranteed second to at the price KELLOGGand oIncorporated Beef Clubs9 Farmers 9 Butcher 1 NOTICE I am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right Ring phone 363 M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY THE F R EElThe Best aAU Combined in One ightRunning Vibrating ShuttleV Rotoscillo Movement Automatic Tension The recent invention of the wonderful Rotoscillo IVlovementhas made it possible to use the old fashioned shuttle in a rotary sewing machine and still have it sew easier and smoother than any round bob bin machine Ask to see the new invention a trial will convince you it is what you want it LUMANA ND HIGGINS FURNISHERSV O r i ET t TT 7TTtiLP t 1 I = rT h 71b I C1J 00 c Ec 00 d i + UC1J J J rt JQ rrJ r OOfiffon Itlothes A Man Who Has Never an E V Elder at15OO- Will imagine that it cost 20 when he sees his neighbor arrayed in one of these suits These suits are builton 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 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 then that come here and buy them season after season JOOO Pair of Lace Curtains Another lot of those popular Lace Curtains bought so advantageously and which we in turn giveour customers the benefit ofAsk to see samples NO trouble to show them it 1means a big saving for you Submitted to the Cash Street sss S0eSSSSOsSsesSe3eSIQOSS eQQ We are established in our new quarters in the i old City Hall building and are better pr pared I than ever to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs and Iron Fresh Groceries and Vegetables in Company P The most inviting place in during the warm weather is lee j Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh the best markets daily Meals served any day or night LoI i 11 1 es Beautiful Trimmed Hats with summery u opV s portunity to buy the smartest styles Iat less than milliners pricesV g Respectfully Trade VV iii E V E1DFRiPJMain Richmond Kentucky is SSes i Ieesooo00S e aa e I New Quarters sea- son7hurman Grocery Richmond t Riccis Cream PARLOR from hour f iIilhneryV VHTESICream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC nrwARC or IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY Concrete nests are warm in winter and cool in summer tf Concrete nests makes good coops while chicks arc small tf Disease germs are easily killed in con crete nests by burning out nest material Forsale by O W Potts 125Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf For Sale A nice 8 room houso with water and gain good repair and well located James llunloy- AprC4t Concrete nest are cheap and durable Bring your wheat and corn for ex change to the new mill Phone 57 12Stl J B Sanders 0 Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST CLOTHES BercH Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed not to Shrinkor FadeV 50 years experience the factory guarantee in suits all sizes from smallest boy to largest man Newest stock in city to select fromf Fine LinNew Style HatsT4- td Furnishing Goods Suit ases Trunks Umbrellas- etc at lowest prices for high class goods tJ VBurnII Oidest Established Cbth o and Tallorint House RkhtwomJ p J tr Lit I t An Experts Opinion OI SkIn ills cases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar experienceease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend Zemoas a most successful remedy for the treat diseasesdandruffother diseases of tho skin and scalp He qualiticsthat 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 the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on infants Henry L Perry wil gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of Zemo and a booklet allaboutyourself at home with Zemo tf SCOTTS EMULSION is the only emulsion imitated The reason is plain uponhavingworlds standard flesh and strength builder ALL DRUGGISTS The Foolish Husband He toiled and sweated half his life to hang rich garments on his wifehI havent time to cut a dash1lie said but I will blow the cash tolotthose swellup neighbors know that I have gut the cash to blow r And so his gu d wife wore her furs and dress parade was al gemsfromed like an autocar she had a new and wondrous gown for every function in the town tier life seemed sunny gay and- gJadtbis wife who was her husbands ad One night his day of labor oer he found her weeping at the door and when shestopPand crIed This life my spirt wearingflossy ing through the town a dummy inacostlygown Id wear a sack or leather fly net on my backand have you with me as of yorethan all thasables in the store And if you really love your wife you llgef backtothsimpl life Pon3fctry to gather all the dough thats minted in this enoughtopalive In simple state in some tiC t shanty far away from pomp and fuss and vain dis ltritome hut mteg t ie totfckp Mimi remote horn elrrMafurwtWalt80u IIc TOOK THE GUARDS p LAC Div BylM Shouldered a Gun and Hfmstlf Front EscapflV ndr One of the most famous tit the Puritarf dlrJnes was Dr Mather who was born In Boston In hOG v ho was the first pastor ot the Hbllts Street Congregational church to vhlch lie ministered for more than forty yearsDr Byles was famous as a Immorlst and wit and Innumerable anecdotes are related of his clever quips and retorts He was a zealous Tory and warmly advocated the cause of the mother country against the colonies In November 177T he was arrested as- a Tory tried convicted and sentenced to be confined on board a guard ship and sent to England with his family within forty days The sentence was afterward commuted by the board of war to confinement In his own house n guard being placed over him with Instructions not to permit him to leave lila residence for a moment under any circumstancesOn morning obserr Ing that the sentinel who like many of the colonial soldiers was a simple rustle had disappeared and that Dr Byles himself was pacing up and down before his own door with a musket on his shoulder the neighborscrossed the street to Inqulro the cause of this sin gular spectacle You see said Dr Byles I begged my guard to let mo go out to procure some elder with which myself and family might celebrate Thanksgiving day but he would not permit me to stir I argued the point with him and he has now gone to get the cider form on condition that I keep guard over myself during his absence THE ANCIENT BOW It Varied In Shape With the Different Nations Although universally used by the an dents the form of the bow varied with different nations The Scythian bow was In the form of the letter C and the bow of the Tartars descend ants of the still th bshapethan four feet In butso toandstrength and skill to use It It is SId that the first Greek bows were mUde from the horns of a species of goat the bases being united by means of a metallic band Afterward other material was used in their manufacture but they still retained their original shape These bows were too short to be of much use and only a small por- tIon of the troops were armed with them The Romans brought the bow to Britain where it at once obtained favor and during the middle ages was extensively used forming an important weapon of the armies of that period The English archers were said to be the finest In the world and their skill decided the battles of Crecy Pot tiers and Aglucourt The bows used were of two kinds the longbow and the arbalest or crossbow The arbalest was made of steel or tiers and was of such strength and stiffness that it was necessary to use some mechanical ap pliance to bend It and adjust the string The arbalesters carried quiv ers with fifty arrows and were placed in Jhe van of the battleSt James Gazette Why She Couldnt AcceptV Telephone operators who plug wrong numbers or get the wires crossed sometimes are responsible for very embarrassing situations as was exemplified by a broker In this city the other morn- Ing The broker called up his home number and said to the person on the other end of the wire HelIo dear Is that youV Yes replied a sweet toned voice Well Ive been tiiinkingabout you all morning I want you to come downtown and meet mefor lunch and well go to a show this afternoon Well that would be very nice re plied the person on the other endVnd i should deaily love to do so but my husband Is home and Im afraid hed object Dont you think youve got the wrong number Philadelphia Times Weight of Atmosphere Atmosphere is the name applied to the gaseous envelope that surrounds the globe It consists of a mechan- Ical union of nitrogen and oxygen In the ratio of four to one together with Ia relatively small amount of carbonic add gas and a little water vapor Its thickness is about fifty miles although it probably extends in an attenuated form as far as 500 miles This Is ferred from the observation of lumi nous meteors It exerts a pressure of fifteen pounds to the square inch at the earths surface and weighs over eleven and a half trillions of pounds Each adult inhales one gallon of Air per minute and consumes thirty ounces of oxygen dally An ordinary gas jet consumes as much oxygen as five personsiThe Scoffer Here solemnly said the Bostonian General Warren fell So replied the gentleman from Chicago running a speculative eye up and down the perpendicular of Bun ker Hill monument Must have been a swell subject for a moving picture ctPnck As Good as Refused And she refused you Practically She said she would marry me as soon as I settled down sad went to work at something worth while Chicago IecordHerald To know what one likes Is the begin sing of wisdom and of old ageSte reason Sample Helps Frail Women So many women are dragging out weary lives just because their diges tive organs are weak The result is poor circulation nervousness and the verge of invalidism It is often very unnecessary and the womans own faultThe first thing to do Is to look to the welfare of your bowels There the trou knowthathabitually constipated and from this re eteIthat you movingYOUWiIlregularly once or twice a day all your goodmUdSyrup Pepsin for awhile and you will find yourself rapidly getting better and Stronger your bowels will regulate them telvea and work at stated times and then your headaches and dizziness will disappear Dont take strong cathartic pills of salts but just such a mild and pleasanttasting remedy as Dft CsIdweU Syrup Pepsin Tea can obtain a bottle of your drag gist fo fifty cents or one dollar aitt either size may be enough to perti 6fi1keOJlBO longer be without as It xored them sad cali be safety by every member e the Iamily down to tnyoungest chHdf but if you have lMHt used Ltake th advice of Mrs Earl 9 Cox 3rwentnrth street Mollne IlL and MrEll rKenran Muncie Ind and senatoDr wfen loE a free trial bot tie M the v did and Iirt16v TOUneK wM JtVjrtK W la sour own case That tt win curs rf as It did thorn thre t p1a4todesire for Yourself or family pertaining tV the Wus tvcr or bowel a1teehltMr free of chtrge4Explain your case fa a I Irtter CY to uta Aetatt tVr tlw free sample jrimply seed ywtr 4 0Ji a postal spd rt PorefUtfr ret the Iif1r W B L lMM xV NOf A BYRON STATUE Made For Westminster Abbo but Dean Lincoln Refused It Many years ago some admirers of Lord Byron raised a subscription Tor a monument to the poet to be placed in Westminster abbey Chantrey was requested to execute Jbut on account of the smallness of the sum subscribed e declined and Thorwaldscu was en applied to and cheerfully under ok the work In about 1833 the finished statue ar rived at the customs house In London but to the astonishment of the sub scribers the dean of Westminster Dr Ireland declined to give permission to have it set up In the abbey and owing to this difficulty which proved insurmountable for Dr Irelals successor was of the same opInionIt remained for upward of twelve years In the customs house when 1S1G It was re moved to the library of Trinity col lee CambridgeVThe poet is represented in the statue of the size of life seated on a ruin with his left foot resting on the fragment of a column In his right hand he holds a style up to his mouth in his left a book Inscribed Childe Harold He is dressed In a frock coat and cloak Beside him on the left is a skull above which Is the Athenian owl Tho likeness Is of course posthumous Thorwaldscn was born Nov 19 1770 and died on March 24 1S44 Exchange A LAD OF MYSTERY That Awful Boy Jones Who Tor mented Queen Victoria For a little while about the middle of the nineteenth century that awful boy Jones was the torment of Queen Ylctorias life and his short career In public contains a mystery which would try the mettle of Sherlock Holmes He was a barbers apprentice who in some unexplained way discovered a passage into Buckingham palace with which he alone was acquainted When lie was first found trespassing he was gently admonished and sent home Soon after he was encountered again in the palace Ho would not tell how he obtained access Again he was sent home and again he reappeared Once he calmly admitted that he bad been lodging In the palace for a fort night Ho had laid snug during the day sleeping In the royal apartments and at night had wandered from room to room helping himself to the food left over from royal repasts lIe had seen the queen repeatedly and indeed had never been far from her The matter was considered so seri ous that the boy was summoned be tore a special meeting of the privy Council He refused to give tiny ac count of his secret Soon after he dis appeared and it is supposed that he was removed under state protection London Globe Grant In the Saddle Grant was at his best In the saddle The one real record that he made for himself at the academy the one time that he excelled nIl his fellows want I the final mounted exercises of his graduating class when riding n famous horse named York he was called upon to clear the leaping bar that the gruff old riding master had placed higher than a mans head He dashed out from his place In the ranks a smooth faced slender young fellow on a powerful chestnut sorrel and galloped down the opposite side of the hall turned and went directly at the bar the great horse increasing his pace as ho neared it and then us if he and his rider were one rising anti clearing it with n magnificent bound The leap is still recorded at the acade my as Grants uponYorkSt Nich outs A Singular Marriage Custom The Kurds have n very curious and somewhat dangerous marriage custom which one would think would be moro honored Id the breach than in the ob servance The husband surrounded bya bodyguard of twenty or thirty young men carries his wife home on his buck In n scarlet cloth and is des perately assaulted the whole way by a number of girls Sticks and stones are hurled at the bridegroom who in the coming home with his bride can hardly be considered a very happy man for the irate amazons often in- flIct on hint marks which he carries to the grave It may be that among the lady pursuers are some of the bridegrooms former flames who turn the mock attack Into downright earnest to avenge slighted love Quite a Comfort There was u time when they put men In Jail for debt said the bill cot lector severely Yellt answered the fretted citizen HI dont Snow but a good ajtout jail nyhere you crcditors couldnt semi in cards or call you up on the telephone would be a greltdeal of a comfort Washington n Star principlethe pressurebut ExperienceWouldTeft LwtfDtjut ebairVsald the lit fIig theStore f agSespir SaldUhe salesman Tbat sort I dont knowyetJT was the answer Let me look Into the boss office aiid sccwhat he has He ought to bo judgeBuLtitIo Express rA Marrying Man I fAre you a marrying man was asked of n somber looking gentleman Tit H reccntJcccptlon J Yes sir was the prompt reply r lai dergyaiai3V T h0t creates a work gealu keepf tR It b 1i rVStVJ i pmaxjlfr ear i cA strong thoroughly reliable and durable fence Built of largo wires of steel especially adapted to the wear and tear a fence is subjected to being stiff and springy but pliable enough to bo easily spliced Is galva nized by the most perfect known process and made proof against weather conditions Come and see the dif A andjudgopenance have proven to bo mechanically sound tk and best adapted for all uses of a farm fence tJlr 25 per cent off cash for bun dle work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it 127 W Irvine St Ring 52 J3tf For Sale A good buggy and harness almost now Apply to If Miss LUCIA BincfAM Xo crevices for lice and mites to hide in concrete nest tf Try Mary Patent Flour OUt the Now Mill in town Phone 67 128tt J B Sanders Co Dick Cobb Will make the season of 1010 at tho Otter Creek Stock Farm 3 milos south oast of Richmond at 10 to insuro a livo foal Diolc is aVjet black Jack with while points 15 14 hands high coming four OIIrold Ho was sired by Richmond Chief and out of a Bourbon Chief Jsnnott Money duo when colt is foaled ormaro ported withMay Collins Phone 4232 30Ot Gott Brothers desire to purchase your wool andwill pay best prices for same 420tf Its poor policy to wait until you have a fire to begin thinkingabout insurance Do itnow We write the best policies tf Dan II Brook Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against tho firm of M Stevenson are requested to file same properly proven as required bylaw on or before May 20 1010 or same will be barred W B SMITH mar 1C 10 t Assignee Closing Out Sale As assignee of Golden Flora I wish to announce to the public that I have on hand a handsome line of monuments and grave markers that I must dispose of at once regardless of cost 32tf C II Pine Assignee Nothing is so Beautiful FOlt summIt CLOTHING AS HandVV Embroidery o Miss EvaRoberts carries everything now in patterns anti supplies Her prices ere reasonable anti work guaranteed Residence Firstst rear White 1h winos drug store ifi Just receiveda car load all sizes Now is time liito buy L DRSh- ackelford t Ir 11 Co V 1f Dont get the idea into youi mind that all jards sell the goods at the same prices Theres olways one yard that leads 1is better stocked andV closer than all others especially inILumber and Building Material juiiiiiiiimiimiimmiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii 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 OFFICERS IIRECTORSI E L Woods PresidentMarion Coy R L Arnold W C Fish VPresident J H Woods It G Guyn W G Komper Cashier J S Burrows W C WynnVO U Terrill Asst Cashier E L Woods W C Fish i Tgo1 S Dik of Paint Lick KyVCAVITAL STOCK 8 1000000 SURPLUS AND UXDIVIDBD PROFITS 1100000 DEPOSITS 10000000 Your Banking no matter how large no matter how small TUB PEOPLES BaSK will give it careful attention This message applies to women and men alike Como in and son us we are always glad to see you The Safest and Most Convenient Way to do Your Business Is Through a Bank With ample Capital Surplus and Assets with with years of experience the Peoples Banks of Paint Lick Ky Stands ready to serve you Your business is invited with the assurance that every accommodation consistent with safety anti commensurate to your balance will be extended GIVE US A TRIAL AND WE WILL PROVE JT PEOPLES BANK r PAINT LICK KY The Best in Jewelrydom Invites You to This Store Wo slathered from everywhere good and well Today wo are likIng your opinion of our stock asa whole We ask for criticisms request your orrfioaUooking And when you have soon and bought we are sure you will carry away an impression that wilt be sure to bring you betel Its your prlvflego lo buy or look just as you please and if you only look youre we- lcomeLGEOLANE Big Watch Sign 210 Main Street Venf1emen tttdEt SI tr SCKtOSS t Ite Cbihn lerv 5ttietEe Lid ttiV Stop = Consider Money Earned is Money 5aved You can do boUjrby coming now and selootln ono of those swell Suits and Coats and Pants that we are selling at such low figures The prices aro very lowconsidering the values wo are giv lagV Vf It pays to dres well particularly when yoii can get such clothes at so little a price No matter your form shape or figure wo can fit you stylishly and becomingly Our clothes aro designed and tailored by tho Celebrated Master Tailor Scliloss Bros Co of Baltimore and Now York It isnt how little you pay that makes the dollars countHs how much value you get and how your clothes will wear and keep their shape Its the man who must make every dollar count who gets so much satisfaction from our goods their thoroughly good quality means economy to him VV We are Sole Agents for Ladies Queen Quality Fine Shoes Strap Sandals Puralw Oxfords etc in all the new lasts and materials Trj a pair get Lhe best Ladies Shoes to be had tS250t30035Qand 400 Our N i sv51yin the CelebrateddtKlleeland Oxfords forounsrmenarethelsnappiestJ things shown in the city strictly up to the minuteI Piti es4OO and o VVWe are showtnqfaii the nw things in Dress Goods Notions Hosiery Underwear Wash Oj7etcr Sefrtfie new stuff and get our low prices We are naming low prices on Rugs Don b fail to see them VV YII= s s= 1 4 L lcftfi Bast End MillsJ B Sanders Cp Props 1 Richmond TKexitucky- We are in the market for Wheat and COInat the highest cash market price and keep on hands at all times P Flour Meal SMpstuff Qhick n Feed Crocked Corn and Graham Flour AVe make a speciality of grinding and exchanging both Wheat and Corn accomodate the far mers trade Our Motto is Livo anti Lot Live Give us a chance and watch us grow e ti B Sanders eOLocated at R R Crossing ou IlstrtPohrie 57 Ilfd4mond Kentucky Ii tUE TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR PLANTING 4 Of course you want the best results To in sure success biiys L 7 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 PARKE CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 624 FIRST STREET M WIBESIn the Markets for all kinds of Furs Skunks Possums Musk Rats Etc l3 e sure and call me over phone before selling as I can save I you money 1M WIDESTEJEPHONE 203 Estill Avenue RICHMOND KY All the Ne- wiCreations r i disiI much timeto the selection of thesegoods and are proud of our assortments I We Please You in Style I and Price i In euery sale we guarantee perfectsa sfaclinill every particular We are very anxious for you to see these goods and extend a cordial invitation to Cometo our store and let us prove our assertion that we have the very latest and most attractive goods brought to this section of the state NT WHITE The Leader in Highclass Dry Goods Notions Etc I = h t 1aIIaIdSr 0Sor LimmentP3II Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Old Sores Sprains Bruises etc Give it a Trial and be Convinced Three Sizes Price 25 SOc and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO JAMES F BALLARD Proprietor ST LOUIS tllSSOUR- ISpjd nnfilJRecommoncJoc3 tavHBEISSH- lH L PERRY A MESSAGE Hello Are you there Yes Right Here i IcA0S To take care our customers and give them the best values for the r least money The l i J- Summer Things n are coming in f3 iIirl e tSgond 5twet BkhJtt d iw miar tl w i 4 T 1t i j k tJkJ r = t L andNTiniCardCo- rcctod March 1 191- 0EOUTIIBOUNLI No 71 Mifed For Silver Creek Paint ifck Ianc sior Crab Orchard and points South leaves Richmond daily except Sunday 715 A 31 Ar rive Rowland lSO a in r No 27 For Silver Cre kPaint DckLan caster tnnfordand all stations to Louisville leaves Richmond 105 r 0arrlve8 Louisville 011 r to 33 For Jacksonville and the E outh through trains leave Richmond 1120 A M Leaves Cincinnati at 800 A No 37 For Knoxville thrnuch trains makes nil stps arrives Bichmend 1102 AJfleaves Richmond 1131 A 1L Arrive Kn xvl 700 r M No n For Silver Creek Paint Tick V Laucaster all stops leave Kich mond 725 r arrive at Stanford 0S5L Dailyexc Sunday Leavo FounKSt station Cincinnati 257- p r No 31 Limited for Atlanta caves Eicli mond 1205 midnicht arrives Atlanta 1155 A M Leaves Cincitiua 815r M NORTHBOUND No 31 Limited tor CIncinnati leave 0ltichrnond 41TA uarriye Cincin nati 745 AM No 10 From Stanford leave Richmond 040 A arrive Cincinnati 1L05AM No 28 Leaves Louisville 7 AM arrive Richmond via Rowland 1220 noon No S3 KnoxvilleCincinnati local leave Richmond 200 p M arrive Ciucm nati 010 P u r No 32 Jacksonvilfe Cinclnnati limited Jeave ThClmofld 517 PM arrive Cincinnati 845 r M No 70 Mixed from Rowlandarrives Richmond 350 p All trains rnn daily except where otherwise stated loiiiii IB IN EFFECT MARCH 1010 Souiir DOUMB No1 No 3 Lv Versailles 8 C0a m 12 01 pm Lv Nicholasville 43ani 1243 pru Lv Valley ViswL In 110 pin Lv Richmond shops t40ta m 1 40 pm LNstain95Ham 200 pt- nLvIrvliia1Oam 305 pip Ar Ueattyvillo 1215 pm 430 pIn NORTH BOUND No 2 No 4 Lv Realty Vll1eu 000 urn iSOpti Lv Irvine 7 20 a m A 2 40 put Lv Richmond 826 a in 848 pin II LAshops 840 n m vAlOO pm Lv Vnlev Vietfl 9 10 a m 4 30 pm Lv TJicholasvilJe 931 a ra 365 pm Ar Versailles 1020 a JIl ti 40 pm All trains daily except Sunday Trains connect with Q O atNicho lasuille and with Southern Railway and InlernrbaiVjLlnfBat Versailles Tl ee trains run In91 N staMonatj Rich moud ranking all connections with L N trains H R SMITH apA VeisaillesKy Eggs For Sale 4 Barred PlyinOuthrbcic eggs for sale at 5 cciits a setting Ti O Burke 393m RD 2 Richmond Are you ssCvingyour coupons given on ho piano by the Normal City Laundry Ilsa fine instrument and everybody ha an equal chance to get it j122t Lumber For Sale Barn oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write- J A STEVEKS 0T KICKS tf Richmond Ky of 11lI Doctor for Gas and Gasoline enginesj j Agents for Johnson Best System of Water Works for country and suburban homes J 2IOE Main Street Phone 619 j RICHMOND KENTUCKY t 4 r4fr of r 44Y4fr- u4NEW WAll PAPERS Our now goods are all in and we have the cream of ten of the best factories including Permanent Solid Colors Duplex and Oat Meals In grains Chambrays Jaspe Stripes Foreign Designs Cut Out Borders and in fact all that is new in decorative Paper Give ube 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 noxio but the best paper hmgcrs nd J we hang yol1rpapcraL 10 Cents per Roll u Walls Borders and Ceilings all Ihe Same Price We Are Headquarters j For Window Shades Pictures Frames Mirrors and all kinds oj Glass House Paints Carriage Paints Varnish Floor StainsFloor Paint White Lead Linseed Oil Varnish Brushes Ftc v Philip L Win 213 W Main Street next door cast of Mndison National hank SLocal Distributors of THE 5HERWINW1LLIAM5 PAINTS 0Get Well youOfagainIf by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get welL ItsCardui This great medicine for women has re lieved or cured thousands of lathes suffering like you from some female trouble TAKE UtlutbLl billsamlhflkindstonghlumber- in ginf CARDU 11 u For Womens Ills Yrs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for seYeIlJ years Read her letter about Cardui She writes I was sick for seven years with female trouble Every jnqnth I would very nearly die with my head and back I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Penny Photos 20 for 25 Cents Four Positions The SciieeiStudiopMcG- aughey Moberley ARE T y O uiIp Fi Interested in Lumber Lath shnglesDOOrs r Sash Etc Ifso see J51 fodd EdViardsLumbeie IeifWQIiJ 1 t 1 V 7it1Ati fMl if t rue Richmond Climax MtIlR mIIYW If TBECUMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MtLLER EPITOBJ 0Mmhrst ttHTUCKY PRESS tr 0adEIGHtH PUBUWLRSIUGUE 1 fFICE flOO PER YEAH IK ADVANCE AVEDNESDAY MAY 4 UI1t Nice Things aBaby CanDo t It can beat any alarm clqekj ever invented waking a faaif ily up in the morning Give it a fair show and it ban smash more dishes tHarf the most industrious servant girL in the country I It can fall down oftenerand with less provocation tlianj the most expert tumbler in the circus ring I t Itcan make more geriuin fuss over a simple brass pin than its mother would over a broken back It can choke itself black in the face witlf greater ease than the most accomplished wretch that ever was executf eL It can keep a family in a constant turmoil from morn ing till night and night till morn ing without once vary ing its tone It can be relied upon to sleep peacefully all day when its father is downtown and fcry persistently at night he is particularly sleepySIt may be the naughtiest dirtiest ugliest most fretful baby in the whole world but you never can make its mother believe it and you had better not try it It canbe a charming and model infant when noone is around but when visitors are present it can exhibit more bad temper than both Qf Its parents put together Have you seen the new concret hen nests They are great For solo by O W PQtts 135 Bojjgs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf Timesiriave Cnangedv The Ioralk O veung Herald has an idea that things have changed a goOcldea- lsincethe days of that great but meek mart MOseS It quotes Dean Walter Williams pfthef school of Journalism the University of Missouri vIpeswatlief1rt as saying gijejit editor He wrote more graph ically than todays news papers would dareY HMaybe hj w isj replies the Herald But atthat we will just venture the guess thatif the late Moses were in the newspaper business today liewould have his troubles Irate relatives of Adam atid oi Noah midot Abraham would hotfoot it down to where he had his pffje and demandinstant satisfaction The people of Spdprn Ypud order their paper stopped to a man and refuse to pay up their back subscriptions And lawyers fees d feritiiog him from libel siiniiJ w jld eat up his substance Fur the rmore qn top of JTr lliis well bet he would find hlrau self in troiible with the post office authorities before the end of the first week n t iii Vl Greatest Thing id World Not love not money not power but the newspaperis utha greatest thin iajjie world accQrdiag J i Authjic Brisbane who spoke before tlfe Chidago Wonuuis Aid in that city recently Sutaan progressUegjirtSv lii1IanguagedeveiopedJ said Mi Briband Sf ee1ibeLweud- ividuals was then the rapgb important in the world The old Greeks thought that liber ty would peifsliithe peOple could not gather in the publjc square and hear the State pf the city discussed As the world grew larger the press Wok the place of the old meet ing anditQdjiy the Anieridan newspapisthe public square where Ull tlievaffairsof the nationare discussed freedom whlcli would hiavi astonished the GeciinsiAgeS The ng wspapa rs JtQaay arehonestjin that th ly reflect the conditions 14alirr9rief- lctsthat which impinges tm itItyougazeinto the IpoV iiugglass a1Q donb li evlltyou s e don1 1 change the mir rpt au f OUl Ii So Wi7V rit1jrr r f wj riM h r mk rO There is no prob jy lena pl anereiiscft cost b f fo o d If you eajt more Quaker Oats An ideal food delicious r appetizing strengthening Compared withotjIer foods Quaker Opts costs almost nothing arid yet it builds the best i Regular tOe packuccs and- hermeticallr sealed tiaj for bot climatct Q the mirror not the reflection There axe some able editors however who are pot honest because they are serving the huge corporations and not the peopleS People want excitement It is good for them Itstirs iip their minds makes them think and out of the ferment comes liD aroused public sen timent which means a power ful nation If die newspaper tells the truth why object to the size of tbe type it tells it in There are more murders recounted in one chapter of the Bible than the newspapers print in a month What some peopleUobject to it yellow journalism is that they remade to think for themselves and tIle unaccustomed exer cise taks their breath Concrct Tnests are best for setting henstfSome Rules Worth Following 1 Dont lie it wastes time and you get caught in the end always the wrong end A liar must have afaultless memory 2 Watch you work not the clock A long days workmakes long day short and a short days work makes the boss Thee long 3 Give more than the boss xpects and youll get more than you pec ncrease his profits dhe Swill increase your pay 4 You owe much to yours lf you cant afford to owe anybpdy else Keept put of deb1 ff 4 v I 5 Dishonestyis ttever an accidents Good men like good womencani t see tempta tion when they Jet it 6 Mind your own business andin time youll have busi ness to mind SS 7 Dont hurt your selfre spect An employe who will steal for his boss will in time steal from him 8 Dontdissipate at nights you can do only half as well next Gay and hold the job only half as long 9 Dont get familiar with your employer or allow him tp d9 so with 3ou but command his respect by diiigence and politeness not fawning ib0 Dont kick when your boss kicks If you are wdith- Leepin nrtinnp 1T4I1 OrA VTOlfch v y 2 4 4 bJ j- jure WJljl eon isagee dr W1 i The laVt Legislature made uclbachange in the lsvgc yning criminal procedure m tlm trial of felony cases a1 we think will make itinuch easier tihalC1UZ enforce ment of thel 3riminallaws of the State Qne of the most effective ways the criminal has had in evading punish naent has been to obtain con tinuance after continuance of ihis cases until the witnesses had died or movedawayfrom- thecommunity and the public finally lose interest and event ually wear out the case In most cases where the juries have failed to agree has been in fixing the amount of punishment and notas to tbeguilt or innocence of the defendant In theJuture the jury only pass upon the guilt or innocence of the accused the amount of pinshmentis- with the trial court If a verdict of guilty the presidr ing judge will impose the in determinate sentence of not less than the minimum and not more than the maximum punishment fixed by the law under which the accused is inducted The proyjsons of this law as to fiugth pun ishment tire similar to the Federal Court prjustice and we think it wjll bevery satis factory in avoiding disagree ment of juries Hndei the provisions of the kiwI the prisbner qannot be paroled intil he hisrvdthminin- um pupishmeBt and the Board of Pi Jsoti Comm issioti ra then will fix the remain roXth 9 Hry Ma i If s f ff TI L Jifl sonerduririnear- erated TbiawillBe an itiducement 6o tfie prisoner to reform We think this amend one1Jndpeople Concrete nests are the most sanitary for the little chicks tf Bring us your wool and got best prices market will afford GOTT Bros 420tf The Poultry Yard Perfect cleanliness from now on will cut short the louse crop of June If you stamp a date on your eggs sell them before the date gets old Keep your meat scraps where they wiUnotsget stale and sour Fresh feed is what makes healthy hens Feed little and often and be careful about overfeeding This is the great secret in feeding brooder chicks Banish the fighting stock from your pens Give them- a place ill by themselves That is the best kind of arbi tration Cook soine beans or peas mix them with wheat bran and feed twice a week and see if you dont get a lot more eggs 0flave everything coavep ient Steps saved in the care of poultry will mean that much less labor Labor costs money Whpn the brooder chicks seem very thirsty wild for water let hem drink and feed very lightly while so feverishMany a setting of eggs has been spoiled by making the nest on the floor where the wind can come up through the cracks under the old mother hen Wet cold feet do not do your hens any good Chills them and keeps them back from doing their level best and that is the only thing that will satisfy you and me Dont be jn a hurry to re move the hen and her brood from the nest The tender little chicks need warmth more than they do feed for the first 24 hours Does that old hen lay Try this if sli3 does not Feed her all the clover rlleanthere is any lay in her that will bring it out AprilFarm Journal Hair Hair Hair I am paying highest cash combings and clipped hair Braids puffsI curls chighdns made to order Hair dressing arid dying skillfully done Fall ing hair baldness and scalp diseases a specialty Superfluous iiair removed from face and arms I have a complete line of toilet articles alvrajs on hand Mrs J C George Phone 439 142 E Main St Wool Deathprago want your wool and will pay the very highest market price orsame See him before selling 20tf uuu uuu C i For MenJi- i 11 j Bayden j Shoes i Wright i Shoes HB i Reed ShoesJ I J Rural Telephonest p Mr trlr ncr fakeytur homo M modern for your family as a rot donee and place iu position to set the latest markeIqtIQtatnns- any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service wliiot you ana yonr neighbor can gt for a sum that is small compared with he bene tile received Call or address our nsares office or writo direct to hcadiii rteiB Nashville Tennesiee for information regardius our special Farmers Line tate If at present you are not yiiiK telephone srrice we ran iiiianwdJately interest you Oar lines cover tim Sato ot Kentucky Tennessee MissiE ipps Louisiana anti the Southern 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