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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX I 101rc i H 36th YEAR f RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1910 NUMBER 49 I WALL PAPER I I Its No Great TrackIto up and hand if you tempt him with our oats orfeed The most vicious animal will gentle when such a temptation is offered Our Hay Feed and has a flavor no stock can resist Try some of it and noto how thoroughly your horso cleans up the feed you give him That tells the story Burnside Robinson Coal Lime Salt PlasterMaterial RlI Buckeye Riding and- Walking CULTIYATORS Renowned for Durability and Easy Riding- A batter line of Cultivators has never been produced as they Will Do Perfect Workand Last Longer than any other line on tho market Thousands of siisfiedcustomersca testify can testify to the above For Sale By Deatherageayehis IN ere hsHardware Implements Roofing o and Guttering 20En3 AT tt Cl e tRYwesell w gs May Manton Patterns = lOc Each KY n he Right Way toget good work is o buy your paper from an to date ne get an uptodate paper hanger become Grain EVERYTHING Progress on Acqueduct Many and Great Engineering Problems Presented IThe following notice from a paper will be of interest to our readers since Mason Hanger this city have the contract for this vast undertaking Work on the great engineering task to supply New York Citys millions with pure Cat skill water is making very satisfactory progress through out this section which is one of the most difficult portions of the acqueduct to build and in which almost every prob lem known to engineering ex perts is encountered Eight shafts are included in this division on the west side of the river the locations of which have been previous ly given in these columns Most of these are what are known as construction shafts being for use only in the ex cavating and building of the acqueduct and eventually to be plugged From these construction shafts as soon as grade is reached tunnels or headings are started in either direction toward in termediate shafts Shaft 1 located at Vails Gate is what is known as a water way shaft and will form part of the completed ttcque duct through yhich the water will flow This will be lined with concrete The contrac tors are practically down to grade and will soon start a tunnel from there towards shaft 2at which place grade has been reached and tunnels started in both directions- At shaft 3 they have reached grade and are about to start t c I c 1 For Ladies them If not them a i the season or 10 the in but that fit Shoes for la as can we are as Ribbon for are 6912 W Pthe two tunnels in either direction The Hunger Company contractors have been build atbthis shaft which is nearly completed and now being used This has much great er than the one that has been used for shaft sink ing nearly double the power being needed when the two tunnels are started and about twice the number of employes and drills are at shafts 4 5 and C grade has been reached and tunnels are being in either di Shaft 7started and which will be an ac cess shaft is now sunk to a depth of 130 feet This is lo cated near City Shaft No 8 and will not be plugged as the other shafts will be but will make entrance to the tun nel possible such be necessary at any time in fu ture years The two river shafts 8 and 9 on the west and east sides of the Hudson are still being sunk deeper and deeper the west one be ing about 700 leet down and the east somewhat over 800 The latter is said to be the deepest shaft in the state The two diamond drill holes being bored from each shaft diagonally under the riverbed have crossed at an approximate depth of about the west shaft was 2051 feet long and from the east 1834 feet long Two other diamond drill holes are started from each of the two river shafts running more nearly horizon Continued on Pago I Roads Must Be Kept Up While the PosfTKoce Department does demand immediate or elaborate road improvements all have been notified to post themselves on the condition of the roads on which there are rural delivery routes and if these are not found to bo in reasonably good condition to notify the road workers and patrons along the routes to improve If reasonable time has clasped tho improvements have not been made the facts are to be reported to the department and all likelihood tho route discontinued Cost of Living Increases the prices cf many necessi ties without improving the quality Foleya Honey and Tar maintains its high standard ot excellence and its great curative qualities without any increase in cost It is the beet remedy for coughs colds croup whooping cough and all ailments of throat chest and lungs The genuine is in ayellow package Refuse Suld by Stockton So- nEggs at 5 Apiece- If any one doubts that there is money in farming poultry keeping etc under prevailing high prices let him take note of the fact that a farm of poultry breeders and farmers at Hope Ind is asking and getting 95 apiece for eggs These breeders sold fifteen eggs to Joseph Strauburgcr ot Greensburg for 875 They were from a pen of White AVyandotts and it is believed the price paid beats the worlds record boing S3 higher per egg than was paid for eggs from the famous lion of Kan sas City Mo As for high prices its an ill wind that blows nobody any good What Wants Everybody desires good health which is iutposibln unlPFS the kidneys are round anti healthy Folejs Kidney Remedy should be takon at the first in dication ol any pain in the back and head nervousness and exhaustion and a ce ious illness may averted Remember you cinnot ve without your kidneys and you cannot be sound and well unlepn they preform their work properly Foleys Kidney Remedy will build up worn on tissues and restore your kidneys to their normal state Sold by Stockton AJSon Burley Plan The Trimblo county Board of Control of the Burley Tobacco Association has appointed solicitors for each precinct to canvass for the 1910 pool They have issued orders to call first on nonpoolers of tho past two years and unless a sufficient number of tho outsiders sign up the pool for 1910 will be declared Phone We Go Carts One reason find bed I t I that the natural of the cotton by the Special Web ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this you more when you call KigZts Free Trial 1050 1350 x1600 and 2250 Julius A Pratt Post 143 Dept III G A R We have a communication from Mr Isaac Cook Commander of Julius A Pratt Post Kewanee III For a long time I was bothered ago I started taking Foley Kidnev Pills and I soon saw they were doing just as claimed I kept on taking them and now I am free from backache and the painful bladder misery is gone I like Foley Kidney Pills so well that have already told many of my friends and omnides about them Sold by Stockton Son Deathcrago will pav cash for your wool and the bost prico the market will afford 420tf s at r The Way is to buy a lot o stock and to it you We fi in i is is to No quite get Eczema A Germ Disease Can Now Ba Cured The Medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a perm disease but the thing that has balllcd them is to fliul some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them Zomo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to tho surface of the skin and de stroying the germ life that causes the diseases Tho whole method of treat ment and cure by Xomo is in an interesting book on tho subject issued by tho makers of Zemo It tells how to lure yourself at of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and diseases of the skin and scalp Call at Perrys Drug Store for booklet and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp tf 76 136 229 1l S O R O L A Smile is a pretty bard thing to accomplish when youre blue bilious and out of sorts There is a sure cure for all kind of stomach and liver BallardsHer bine is yet absolutely effective in all cases Price cents per bottle Sold bv H L Perry J R Ollico noxt door to Government build ing Richmond Ky t VVEPLEAD r u GUILTYxz zJr + ZZzJr for we t Fine For Sale- I have a of fullblooded single comb brown leghorn eggs for sale at 91 per setting of 15 eggs or 150 for two settings Mus JOHN RICE f23tf It D 3 Richmond Concrete nests last forever For sale by O W Potts 125 Bogs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf For My house and lot Apply to tf J A TOIJD Eggs Eggs Eggs We are in tho market for till the fresh clean ItS you can bring us This is season for storing and we will pay you tho highest market price Gott Bros t f ti- We r Manton Patterns lOc Each i i Were you a Judge on the bench to decide as to the guilt or innocence ofa criminal you would demand that all the evidence be presented and in of all the facts in z case a just decision The same rule should govern you in selecting in order that you get received for the money you spend Pay attention to the style material workmanship and and when you have examined all the points and possess all the facts it is easy to make a J HUSTLING STORE r t ffil ep asks that you give their fair and trial and they will prove beyond a doubt that they are guilty of carrying the best lines of offered in your city and at PRICES LOW when IS consideredra The Elite Garments Have you tried give trial by a Wash Suit market affords the latest styles at the lowest 500cand Childrens Footwear the feet Spring styles DutteInhofer i certain of a good quality Buster Brown Blue Shoes children Pairt subterranean Mason capacity diverging workAt driven rection comparatively recently known as should respectively surfacelof not postmasters them after High substitutes 310000 Everybody irregularity oIF STEARNS it FOSTER MATTRESS times Process fully Sixty Olcll a a ekeUndertaking SpecialtyDay Commander Wool when decision THE CASH thatlyoudies BAXTER Carpets Mattings Rugs I4 Curtains Best assortment we have ever shown And by buying are offering better qualities lower prices than everi See them before your selection fitelte a TriatiJ Wrong old anybody hang for Retire all WALL PAPER JI Sell Liquid Veneer why you will the luxurious the magnifiedmany L y mykidneys explained Telephone Telephone colnplaintscons- tipalionanddyspepsia mild PenningtonDentist Eggs lot adjoiningx Sell May possession the make merchandise value particular drape H merchandise a impartial reasonable merchandise SURPRISINGLY quality Ladies andsummer springiness Lace careful before making most mi c CLOTHING iECant Be Beat Our Faultless Brand mens suits pure wool Scotch cassi meres serges and worsteds at from m S1250ar- e to 2OOOsomething out of the ordinary All we ask is a look when a man sees he is convinced Boys suits ofall kinds at all prices i The J E Tilt 350 Shoes for Men l ffifurlherof a good shoe The J E Tilt and Buster Brown Blue Rib bon shoes for boys at 250 and 3the kind that holdsthe real live boy If your feet hurt try our Foot Eazer t 11 ylHamiltonr Brothers +ro 1 5 I tl t u n t4 tl Ty n v1 il i The Woman Whos Hard to PJellseS t Just send them to us for we select our goods for thelastidi z ous womenthe ones other merchants find hardest to please As to our Dress Goods we have the newest diagonal weave in all colors from 89c to 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 Embroideriesi- n white and colors at all prices MUSLIN UNDERWEAR the prettiest and cheapest in town Wash Materials and Look at our Readymade Waists and Skirts All styles and pricest Owen NlcKeSee Our Bargain Counter Butterick Patterns The Richmond Climax WEtlESOtI THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated As D MILLER EDITOB cf PRESS and PUBlISIERS lEAGUE FPICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1910 TUB Bath County World gives tho report of a farmer in that section who has soon what looked like two moons sailing around tho sun There is nothing strange about that Some see stars some snakes And that reminds us of three men who met near a lamp post late one night in an intoxicated condition Two were arguing as to where the sun arose When the third approached they asked Can you toll us where the sun rises Wohave been untblohiic to determine lie answered Youll have to excuse mo sir Im a stranger in this place TUB most needed organization in a town is a live earnest active commercial club one of the best paying investments any city can secure as witness the following testimonial from the Win chester Democrat published in one of the best and most progressive towns in Kentucky Tho Commercial Club is the greatest factor in the development of Winchester and every business man should belong to it Every cent spent by the club has been returned many fold in increased business for tho city THE initial number of the Danville Messenger reached our desk Friday 0 and wo doff our hats to the men behind tho gun Hubert McGoodwin Louis Landram and Chas T White The Messenger is a brand new paper from ink well to big press but the men and all the employes are old at the business The Messenger will be issued semi week ly and it promises to be an uptonow paper The Climax extends hearty congratulations and best wishes Ox the other hand it might be that to pass through the tail of the comet would disinfect the atmosphere and the world in general There is no need of looking for trouble There may be stuff in that comet which will cure acold in the head cause hair to sprout on bald spots knock out rheumatism and reduce gas bills Cheer up Auditor James has refused to pay the extra 31500 salary to the Circuit Judges claiming the Act of the Legislature is unconstitutional There arc other salaries due which have not been paidby the Auditor and ho cannot claim that they too are unconstitutionalS BECAUSE of the publication of Mayor Gaynors speech and editorial delivered before the members of the Associated Press in Now York last Thursday night Mr W R Hearst has sued the Courier Journal and Marse Henri Watterson for 100000 each A city or town is just what its citizens want it to be Progressive citizens make a progressive town and vice versa tetrogressive citizens can expect nothing but a dead town THERE was a riot in Italy recently because Bruno was burped at tho stake isorno four 400 years ago Yes verily news travels slow in some parts of tho world WHENEVER you see a stranger in town and wonder what motive brought him here its dollars to doughnuts it was a locomotiveS ILvLLEys comet is said to be losing its tail Just so it doesnt lose its head- and but into us says an exchange THAT man in the Birmingham hospital who is turning to stone is in truth a hard case for the physicians ITnEEstill Herald celebrated its eight an with Fridays issue May it live long and prosperSSPItING languor may bo alright but there is one thing certain it will not pay for the babys shoos WiiEN lgnor Hcels bliss tis folly to Ve wiiw1 Is especially true of boarding feQe huh u Ju Uilidt I rYil t Lttfli tlIt tk4tjit 9Se tr 4Id ir v- tPeronia1 Mr Z T Rico was in Paris last week Miss Annie Shaw spent Friday in Lexington Hon Jorre Sullivan was in Frankfort last week Miss Sallio Miller was in Lexington WednesdayMrs C Jasper is spending the week in Cincinnati Mrs Mat Hacker of Nicholasvillo was here last week Rev 1 N Culton preached at Irvine last Saturday and Sunday Miss Ora Johns left Wednesday for a visit to Roswell Ne v Mexico Mrs Z T Rice has returned from a visit to her mother in Lancaster Mrs H H Barkley of Maysville has been visiting Dr and Mrs C E Smoot Miss Alberta Perkins of Pendloton county is attending the Normal School Mrs Newton Combs of Lexington is the guest of her mother Mrs Jas W Smith Mrs B Juett is in Covington the guest of her daughter Mrs N C Elmoro Mr C V Scott of Louisville visited Dr and Mrs R E Million several days last week Jessamine News IL B Campbell and wife spent Monday with relatives at RichmondMrs Winn of Winchester has been the guest of her mother Mrs Robert Miller Mrs G W Pickels will leave next week for Illinois to visit Mr and Mrs G W Pickels Jr Mrs W H Shanks of Stanford is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T E Baldwin on the Speedwell pike Colonel and Mrs Green Clay Goodloe of Washington are guests of Mr and Mrs Gco Pholps at White HalL- Mrs 14It Blanton entertained with a family dining Sunday in honor of Dr and Mrs L H Blanton of Danville Chief of Police James Allman left Sunday for Birmingham to attend the National Convention of Police Chiefs Mr and Mrs J J Greenleaf and Mr and Mrs Warfiold Bennett attended the ThatcherChinn wedding at Frankfort last week Mrs Frank E Jennings of Jacksonville Florida is the guestof her mother MrsThos Phelps at Dreaming Creek Heights The French Mission Circle of the First Presbyterian church will meet with Ncalo next Monday afternoon ather home near town Mr and Mrs C W Howard of Bell- ingham Washington are guests of relatives here Mrs Howard was formerly Miss Bcthcnia McCord of this county The Cecilian Club which was to have been held this afternoon with Mrs liar vey Chenault at the Elks Club rooms has been postponed indefinitely Mr and Mrs Warfield Bennett have rented tho residence now occupied by Mr and Mrs L B Wisenburg and will go to housekeeping at an early date Dr and Mrs L H Blanton of Dan ville and Hon and Mrs Emmett Dick son of Paris were guests last week of Mrs L R Blanton and other relatives heroLancaster Record Miss Mable Mason has returned from a short visit to her parents near Richmond Mr and Mrs visitingYrsMrs Flora Green whohas been visiting her daughter Mrs R Lee Davis in HuntingtonWother daughter Mrs J W Cole MondayforAslwilloX tional Conference of the M E church His pulpit will be filled next Sunday morning and evening by Dr A S Wat kins of Wilmore Mrs Perry D Jenkins of Cleveland Ohio is the guest of Mrs Elmer Tate DorothyKnightTate at Hamilton College Site Isa gifted pianist and ranks among the fore most accompaniesis Jessamine Journal Mr and Mrs H B Campbell visited relatives in Rich mond this wcokMrs Motile Powell is visiting her daughter Mrs B M Lackey In Richmond Mrs Elizabeth Finnoll of Richmond who has been spending the winter at Sanders Fla arrived Friday for a visit to her daughter Mrs 0 T Willis Irvinehavedaughter Miss Blanche to Mr G W Maxon of Cincinnati the wedding to take e May 31st Miss Smith is well known hero and is it first cousin to Mr A B Faris She is a most attractive young woman Mr Maxon Is a civil engineer and Inspector fox the Lqck12torJust the opeitiac game last Thlot rMaYtfrl t1IU rcIY lHni rPIR ttI 1iAt1 erliki4 iii0 W r tj I would love so much to be home for tho opening game Both Mr and Mrs Mc Lellan were nmongour most lonl fans They are very much pleased with their plentytoIt is with sincere regret that their friends learn of the intended removal of WyomhogMrs Adams mother Mrs Rose Jarman will accompany them and tho very best wishes of all will follow them to their now field The attractive home on the Summitt has been rented to Professor Crabbe of the Normal School Dr and Mrs Scanlans at home Thursday evening was a charming in formal gathering of church members and friends to meet Mr Stevenson the assistant pastor and Miss Carrington of Cincinnati who is the house guest of the Scanlons Delicious frappe was served in the dining room all during the evening and about one hundred guests called between tho hours of seven and tonMiss Cary Rice loft last week fOI Louivillo to visit Miss Lucy White Booker Miss Rice is being extensively entertained her name appearing in Sundays Courier Journal among the list 0 guests who were present at an elegant Binghamfrom the same paper Mrs Alex Gall Robinson will be hostess tomorrow at atinformal luncheon at her home Nitt Yuma given in honor of Miss Cary Rice of Richmond who is the guest of Hiss Lucy White Booker Master S Neville Moberly celebrated his first anniversary last Wednesday afternoon at his home on Woodlanc- avenue The occasion was also in honor of Miss Mary Louise Dcatherages birth day for whom the young master of the house gave a gift shower Many de lightful games were played A nde feature was the contest which was con lucted as follows Each child wasgivcn a large pink heart on which was writter what he or she was to mould from chow freelySomebirds and so on There were several who drew for a prize which was a gold signet ring the lucky one being Miss Evelyn Giunchigliani Refreshments of ices and cakes were served Miss Mary Louise Deatherago celebrated her thirteenth anniversary Wednesday evening with a beautiful dinner party her guests being girl friend of her own age Girls standing with reluctant feet where tho brook and river meet womanhood and childhood sweet A more delightful gathering of sweet young rosebuds could not be delightfulin largeboquetrich cut glass and silver formed exquisite setting The menu was delicious consisting of tho delicacies of the season served in courses Covers were laid for the following Misses Mary Louise Deathomgc Elizabeth Gentry Miller EvelynGiunchighiani TaylorMnrgaretJeannctte Pates Mary Leo Noland and Sue Cobb Millionaire Mayo Will Support McCrearyForGovernor A telegram from Lexington Sunday to the Cincinnati Enquirer says John C C Mayo of P intsvlllo the millionaire coal timber and land baron of Eastern Kentucky and a pioneer hi the development work now in progress in that section of Kentucky stopped off here today to have a business chat with Johnson N Camden whilo in the city talked interestingly concerning the forth coming gubernatorial race in this state Mr Mayo is a Democrat of strong con victions lIe was a delegate from the state at large to tho Denver convention and he has been frequently importuned to make the race for Congress from tho Tenth District in which ho is a recog nized party leader Lately ho has boon mentioned as a possible candidate for the office of Governor but his business interest arc too large and require too ranch of his time and attention to permit of his making a race or accepting nomination ofany is not a candidate and will not be a candidate butlla is strong for James B McCreary who is now at his home in Richmond answering voluminous cor politicalluturenouncement of his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor redeemKentuckywilldo SQ if Iamcs B McCreary is their standard bearer as I expect he will be at the next general election for state offices said Mr Mayo McCrcary is the only man in the state who can unite tho party and defeat ORear whor I feel nomlnoeInopinion of a large majority of tho people of Kentucky irrespective of party affiliation I am jntimatoly acquainted with ElSternKashavingThe last winter of the eason is now lumIiIbhit Il hiw q t 1 Em BrikToiPirntM- ondays Game One of The Most Exciting Ever Played Here 2iVon Lost Pcrt FjrankfortX 2 1 C07 Winchester u 2 1 007 RICHMOND 2 2 LexingtQnu 22 5- 00Paris2 2 500 Shelbyvihlof 1250 The Blue Grass Base Bali League opened in this city last Thurs day Fourteen hundred and twenty eight paid admissions were recorded by the gatekeeper Tho Pioneers opened the season with their old rivals the Winchester HustlersV and defeated Horns aggregation by the score of 7 to 0 in a very exciting game Richmond used two pitchers Creager and Knox while Burden did the twirling for the HustlersRichmond006000017 Winchester1 0 0 0230 OG Winchester Defeats Richmond Friday the Pioneers went to Winches ter and were defeated by the score of 5 to 1 Mal neys crow could not land on Toneys delivery Richmond 000100000lW- inchester3 010000105Ea- rned runs Winchester 1 Two base hitsOlson 2 Baso on ballsOff Toney 2 off Hoeschele 2 Hit by pitcher Callahan Strohe Struck outBy Toney 7 by Hoeschele 6 Paris Victorious Over Pioneers Tho Pioneers wore defeated Sunday at Paris in a beautifully played gamo of ball claimed by the Bourbonltes to- be the best played game t n homo grounds since Paris entered the Blue Urase League Our boys were unable- to handle the class of ball delivered by McCormick the Pioneers getting two hits Wills pitched a nice game for Richmond allowing only five hits two of which came in the fifth inning a two bagger and a tripple Paris0000100001Richmond Earned RunsParis 1 Three base HitsGoodman Twobase Hits Mc Cormick Struck OutBy McCormick 4 Wills 5 Base on Balls Off Wills 4 lilt by PitcherBaird Wild Pitch WillsSt After battling with the Lexington Colts for eleven innings during which the game was won and lost by both sides several times Monday afternoon old Iteliable Whitaker rapped out a clean twobagger in the last inning after two were out and two on bases scoring two running and winning the game for the Pioneers The Colts started the fight by getting a run across in the first inning The Pioneers also did a rushjng business by getting five scores in the first two inning when the visitors fell onto Deems de livery for four tallys tying the score and changing Richmond fans happiness KnoxIstance and took charge with all three bases filled and retired the side From this inning until the finish excitement was kept at fever heat In the following two innings the visitors crossed the plate with two runs which pave them a good lead Doyle tightened down and it looked as if the race was all oft until the eighth inning when Kline for the locals after two men hind reached bases safely met one of Doyles twisters f on the nose for a beautiful double scor ing two runners and again tying the score The Colts determined not to be defeated in the tenth came at the Pioneers with anotherrun again taking the lead Many fans left the park in this inning with all hopes for victory vanished The eleventh inning rolled around and Thoss first up was thrown out at first Knox the second man up singled followed by Maloney walking 7and stealing second followed by Whit who broke up the game with a scoringKnoxvictory that Lexington bad already grasped- Richmond ABHRPOAESB Baird 2bG 2134103laloneycL5 4 2 20 1 1 Whittaker f4 212001Taylor rfu5 211 101Olson sso4 20 5 4 0 1 Sandman lb4 0 0 13 0 2 1 Kline 3b 5 1 0 010 0 Thoss c5 0 1 7 1 0 leemp0 0002 00Knox p3 1 1 050 1 Lexington All H R PO A E SB Heveron abG 311410Wolfe rf3 211001Viox ss5 302401Yancy c fo4 1 100 0 Myers IbO 2 1 12 1 0 0 Chapman I fC 1 1 50 0 0 Seeback 2b5 214600Elgin c6 1 10 2 Ji Ioylep4 1 11 310l-Chtsep 3 000 010Innings12445078910l1RHERIchmond3200020000 Lexington1 0 0 4 11 000 0 18164- Loft on Base Richmond 5 Lexington 10 Twobase Hits Seeback 2 DoyleThreebaseby Doyle 1 by Knox 2 Base on Balls Doyle 3 Deem 3 Struck out Deem 2 Doyle 2 Chase 2 Knox 5 NOTES OF THE GAME Our little Olson is certainly the fastest leagueKline some class around thIrd Pap Whitakers catch in deep left after a long run was a peach Klines double tying the score brought new hopes to the fans Deem is a heady pitcher but his arm weakened Thoss was back on the job Monday after being out two days with a crippled ankle SThe Pioneers played Winchester and Paris with a patched up team Sandman has some class Watch this boy at the first sack Whitakor broke up the game with his terrific drive in the eleventh deepleftManager Maloney had his batting eye upIsgoingTaylors perfect throw from deep center doubled a runner off second Knox won his own game by getting a bingltf in tho eleventh Selected to Teach Next Year Miss Sue Scrivner has been reelected a teacher in the Winchester High School for next year Miss Scrivner is a daugh ter of Mr L M Scrivncr of this city and is a1 graduate oT Caldwell High School She ranks high as a teacher and that her worth is recognized by the Winchester Board cf Education is at tested to by her reelection from year to year- Chas Stephenson Clintonville Kjv says I cured my chickens of Cholera with Bourbon Poultry Cure and caanot speak too highly of it as an invaluable remedy for Secret The stockholders of the Madison County Fair Association want kdisl tinotly understood by everybody in Richmond and Madison county that the fact they are going to hold a big stock Fair at Richmond July 20 21 22 a 23 is BO secret They Want you to tell it to your friends and neighbors and takabol OtasJoi1g AS much M you pleAseD Hit Hart Tufeah Ky Breeder of- L JP Itetks yi i 611 UM Bowrboo lad k WwOUuc11 m I i 9 t n 0c IUt IntIfmto4 Jo O I IS OUR I tu r1 s Circuit Court The past week was very busy one in Circuit Court and many cases have been disposed of since last issue of The Climax Below wo publish a complete list of cases called and disposition of each Commonwealth vs Bob Ham and Hubert Reynolds gaming 20 and cost eachCommonwealth vs Mort Carpenter etc feloniousy cutting and carrying away timber not guilty Commonwealth vs Sam Willoughby concealed weapons 25 and ten days in jail Same vs Luther May shooting in sudden heat and passion 320 and cost Same vs Chas Nelson concealed weapons not guilty Same vs Pat Crews unlawful sale of whiskey not guilty Same vs Manda Smith chicken steal nig reassigned to twentyfirst day present term of court Samo vs Chas Lisle concealed weapon 25 and ten day in jail Same vs S B Gooch housebreaking two years in penitentiary Same vs AdamsExpress Co unlawful sale of wiskey reassigned to nineteenth day of present term of court Same vs Elbridgo White cutting in sudden heat and passion 8100 and cost Same vs EdnaVallace petit larceny ten day in jaiL Samo vs Kid Richardson gaming bond forfeited Same vs Roy Rutherfojd gaming 20 and cost Same vs Curt Terrill not guiltyISame vs Bryant Newby contempt of court not guilty Same vs Malcom Pearson contempt of court bond forfeited Same vs Belle Rice unlawful sale of whiskey SCO and cost Same vs Joe Million adultery not guiltySame vs Callie flush nusiance not guiltySame vs Letcher White concealed weapons 850 and ten days in jail Same vs Boon Agee injuringproperty 10 and cost Same vs Wm Sparks murder reassigned to nineteenth day present term of courtSame vs George W Settle carnally knowing female under sixteen years of age bond forfeitedSSame vs Jonah Tussey shooting on public highway W and cost Same vs Leonard Abney murder jurySame Garfield Koland breach of the peace 25 and cost The following new indictments have been returned by the grand jury and as signed to the twentyfirst day of present term of court for trial Grover Fish murder Burnam Baker malicious shooting Joe Todd malicious cutting This week will be devoted to civil cases a list of which follows SEVEOTM DAY Boyd P Wagers vs W D Oldham Sowers vs Western Union Tel egraph Co J M Broaddus vs Vernstusflroadd BCITH BAY Oldham Bales vs L N R R Co Advance Thrasher COs H H Wil Hams NINTH SAY D X Murphy Bro vs H R W AT Gibson June Short byc vs Robt W Daugherty W A Williams vs R L Pearson Ac J B StouUer vs Martin Gentry TENTH DAY Emma Reynolds vs Berea College- T J Coates vs F J Cleg Coc-W H Miller cs Adams Express Co ELEVENTh DAY CountyLeonardRichmond National Bank vs John W Duncan c Burchell Williams vs Joseph Grimes TllKTEENTH BAY H W Bowman q vs Ed Blanton Co- Elizabeth Covington vs Adams Express Co NINETEENTH DAY Nathan Nbc vs W TShort- Superintendenra Convocation in Session The fourth annual State meeting of county Superintendents convened yesterday morjiing in tho chapel of the Eastern Kentucky Normal School and will continue in session until evening The officers of the Association SeptCRachel Tyo secretary Below is published program for the meeting THE FIRST DAY TUESDJYM 10- MOKXUtO Visitors will inspect class work from 730 to noon- AKTKKMWS 3 OCWJCK TO 4 OCLOCK Music SSDevotional Exercises of Committees General BusInessitoithd Table Dis- cusSion of the PasiYcart k ShelbyCounty400 OCLOCK TO G00 OCLOCK of Buildings and Grounds by Sipcrfaitendonts and Visitors j Jtv Nis730 OCLOCK X bIicSDevotional Exercises e Xufiic t Address of WelcomPrtCrahbe 1CountXuslc Prof J W Irotant- lAddressState SUP4ri faftdiatEI1s worth Regenstetn AddresOitr NerljchseeW HOB Ji aLlivn iIi6t r1f1Itrpr r oc 1flISS5SI Ir 1f land Public Schools THE SECOND DAY WEDNESDAY MAY 11 MOUSING 730 OCLOCK TO 1030 OCLOCK Exposition of Work of Nprmal and Model Schools Visiting Classes 1030 OCLOCK MusicDevotional Exercises Address The Still Small Voice Supt T J Coates Richmond Public Schools Discussion led by Supt Rawlings Boyle County Address The Old and New in Education Miss Lelia Patridge Richmond Discussion Mrs Cora W Stewart Rowan County AFTEBNOOX200 OCLOCK TO 400 OCLOCK Music Discussion Needed Revision of Our School Law Opened by Supt San dusky Jessamino County followed by Supt Flanery Pike County General Discussion All are urged to participate 400 OCLOCK TO 600 OCLOCK Reception to Superintendents and visitors at Sullivan Hall- EVEXiso730 OCLOCK Music Devotional Exercises Music Atldress Effective Supervision of Rural Schools Dr E George Payne Richmond Discussion led by Supt Starns Grant County Address Agriculture in Kentucky Schools Prof George Roberts State UniversitySDiscvssion led by Supt Chandler Henry County THIRD DAY THURSDAY 5MAY12MOiuttxc 830 OCLOCK TO 1030 OCLOCK- HUSI5KS3 SESSION Minutes ReportsSGeneral Business Round Table Discussion Supt Regen stein presidingS1030 OCLOCK MusicSDevotional Exercises MusicSAddress English in tho County High School Miss Katherine Forster Richmond Discussion led by Miss Yancy Mason County Addres Superintendent appointed by Convocation Impromptu talks by Superintendents Music AiTEnKOOK200 OCLOCK MusicSElection of Officers Report of Committees Attention Parents Parents wishing to have their children in school during the six weeks Summer Term of the Normal beginning June 14 will msko application in person at the earliest possible date to Dr Payne at his office in Rurio Novel Roark Build ing Telephone 1C Wo would be glad fo have a number of six year old chil dren who have not been in school at all for the first Primary Class during tho Summer This affords a rare opportunity for parents to have their children under the instruction of a yery competent teacher during vacation When you find your homo paper tak ing no interest in you or your success When you find it keeping aggravatingly silent when you think the editor should be tearing his linen in your behalf do not work yourself into a fever of anxiety as to the cause just ask yourself wherein have you placed the paper and its editor under obligations to use space and energy for yo- uBaccalaureate Sermon Baccalaurealesermbnfprlho graduating class of Madison Instituo will be preached Sunday morning at First Christian church by Rev Mark Collins of the Broadway Christian church Lex ington Tho following is the musical program Organ preludeBachT-o DeirnDudley Buck Anthem Seek ye the LordRoberts Solo Easter DawnWoodmanM- rs II B Hanger Quartott Son omy Soul Excell Anthem The Earth is the LordsSmlth PostludeS W Pickels is organist The solo parts in tho anthems will be sung by Mrs Elmer Tate It is estimated that 10000000000 nickels arc spent in the United States each year for soda water How many are spent on picture shows Firm Dissolution The dissolution of the JiIIR of Scrivener Bros is announced Harry Scriv ener retiring from the firm the business of which will be continued byHB Scrivener About a dssei yesri gethe firm of Scrivener and Ch J04OO1R posed of two young business wen of Madison county started iatbk city In ashorf tireoH B SeriyeMCibought the ntere tfhis partner and not a treat while later the fires becarae Scrivener Brost yhicih f K ysars fj doAea fiae business fto store int city sinds Higher foiHionesty integrity faTr deal log and other qualities essential to ccess and this standard will oottimtto te be upkeld Harry Scnivaer hM nOt t dh41I4whtM1R Ii t W JMri W j V IjI jtj thr G f JiG c w =H=H== ==H= =H=H=== I SThe Business Man ij Z is known by the Clothes he wears The J better they fit the more the air of success1nf fief Measured for a I c oi1 t 2 NIBS t Ui1I Made to your Measure by lt it B Stern Sons Custom Tailors 111 New YorkS F1 IR1CeAFnOIc11111TRY Notice to Creditors All persons have claims against tho estate of the late David Chenault will please present same properly verified as required by law tQ J C Chenault attorney on or before June 1 1910 or same will be barred Any persons knowing themselves indebted to de ceased in any sum of money now due can also settle with my attorney or with the undersignedJ W ELMOBE Executor 134t Lancaster Ky Public Sale On Wednesday May25 10 at 11 Oclock A M I will offer at public sale A Vacant Lot belonging to the City of Richmond Ky located on northeast corner of B and Water streets fronting 32 feet on B street and 66 feet on Water street making lot 32x66 feet Terms cash Sam Rice Mayor The wise man carries both life and fire insurance Dan H Breck has the best police tf rmN 5UHMlNCOHroni COOK W111145cI- IEAPE5T SAFEST LEANEST QUICKESL I Richmond Water Light CoI- ncorporated 9 EIght Complete Setof B lIBearIrigs Automatic Lift- Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against tho estate of James W Caperton decd are hereby notified to present same tome properly verified according to law for payment on before June 15th same will bo barred intend settle my accounts at once RICHARD Coun May Cth 1910 Executor J T FERRIEU Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRichmond Ky PUBLIC SALE MADISON CIRCUIT COURT State Bank Trust Co Plaintiff- vs Joseph Linehan Defendant By virtue of judgment and order of sale entered in the Madison Circuit Court its May Term 1910 in the above styled cause the undersigned will in front of the Court House door in Richmond Kon Saturday May 28 1910 at about the hour of oclock pm offer for salo all much thereof may be necessary 50 Shares of Capital Stock of The Big Hill Coal Co of Cincinnati Ohio held by tho said plaintiff col lateral to secure the payment of note on which judgment has been rendered for the sum of Five Thousand Dollars 5000 with legal interest thereon from April 1009 until paid and its costs heroin expended Said stock will be offered for sale by the share Ten shares of said stock will be offered for sale giving the pur chaser tho right to take much more than ten shares of said stock any he may desire however not exceeding enough to satisfy the plaintiffs debt interest and costs herein and will continue be offered until tho said dobt satisfied all the stock sold TERMSThe purchaser purchasers will be required execute bond bonds due three months after date with good security payable tho plaintiff having tho force and effect of judg ment with lien retained until the same together with interest are paid off in full but the purchaser may he anytimesate to the time of such payment State Bank Trust Company of Richmond Ky For Sale For sale at Ierea college farm Brrci Ky at 10 May II 1910 50 hiIi grade Duroo Joney and Poland Chin hogs one half gilts weights from 100 200 pounds each Also fine brou sows Terms each Iterea CoUegi W Prewitt Auctioneer Music Pupils Wanted am organizing otass in mute both piano and voice for the summer montli to begin now will ceive pupils my home North stressStf Miss MAKT TJUTSOR COLUMBIADoubleDisc Records 65c They fit any machine and outwear any other records in the world Double value for your money Call in Get catalog James B Parke IstSt RiehnHtod Kyt We Are Ready and w aitingSto fill your moot orders be they big little And dont think slight the little ones either We sell tltssmeSchoice meats to the needsonljt Iffiounces we do tho one who wants li pounds more Charge tIm same price too Have send you the meat for Sundays dinner You will then know for fair what choice meat CC CULTONSuccessor to Douglas Culton II231 WEST MAIN STREET TEIiBPHOKE Iii THEFREES I r J to r or or as I to J c a at 1 or so as as a 8 so if as it to so is or is or to or to a a if a m 6 B I a I T on I t a I or w as to or us is I J SI E IrLight Running- Vibrating3hufile Rotoscillo Moveme- ntAutomtiTenbn li I 5k it- s The receninvention of the wonderful f j Rotoscillo Movement l tngtnachlneandsbUbin machine Ask to see youitI LUMANANDHIG6INS HOWE FURNISHERSc iiFu it 7It Lle p qir LGi jt J 4 1 i i Tr OTl Js 6 1fJ pt I A Man Who Has Never an E V Elder at 1500 Thesesuitseymeright As much care has been taken in their construction as if they soldfor a great veal more mustmakeeversthat is the man who will be ittterested in these suits andthose are the men that come here and buy them season after season 1000 Pair o- fCurtainsLace Another lot of those popular Lace Curtains inrturn give our customers the benefit of Ask to see samples No trouble id show them it means a big saving for you i P to Trad- eiF S E V ELflfMain Kentucky OB OB 0 OB iiiiis 0 ooODOOOOOO ooo00000000-000eea a e meme se e s e ree et o s ooe ee m Aiew Quarters is are established in our new in preparedoldthan to care for your skins Bring us your Hides Furs Iron Groceries in season Th rman Grocery Company most place in during the weather is r Riccis Ice Cream- PARLOR r Fruits and Vegetables fresh from the best markets daily Meals any hour day or fJ IHHnery Hats with charm arid beauty Offers the op portunity to buy the smartest styles less than prices Respectfully Submitted the dash 1J Street Richmond 10f0QeQQOQea80QG eeas We quarters the ever and Fresh and Vegetables fThe inviting Richmond warm Candies served night Beautiful Trimmed summery at milliners VHTES Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC OF IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co- OT LOUIe MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY 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 For sale by O W Pot ts 125 Boggs Lane Richmond Kentucky tf Dj Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the firm of M Stevenson are requested to file same properly proven as required bylaw on or before May 20 1910 or same will bo barred t y jA fo SMITH mar 10 10 t f 1ti Assignee No crevices for lice and miles to hide in concrete nest tf Sterling Clothes ARE THE BEST- CLOTHESV Bench Tailored Ready to Wear Guaranteed rot to Shrink or Fade 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 JiatSanFurnishing Suit Cases Trunks Umbrellas etcat lowest prices for high class goods JB stoufferRkhnlopdQjjmtI iii j 4 9 0u j 4 o The Sow Vs the Hen The hen has had her inning her lay hasbeen repeatedly producersupevceded the eagle as the American bird Her egg pro duct has been counted until she has paid the national debt several times over But the hen is now overshadowed by the sow There is no senti ment about a sow but there pigstyhasthe shade and a grunt now means more than a cackle The sow is now more import ant on the farm than the horse the mule or even the hen A hen may produce in a year a good many more which will give the farmers wife a good deal of pin money but a sow in a year will produce pigs enough to pay for a handsome tailor made suit or a few pat ter hats The hen always quits laying when eggs are the highest but the sow has porkisas when itis down to 400 Talk about your Standard Oil stock a sow pays bigger divi dends than even John Dcan afford on his monoply The sow has never gotten her head up as high as a hen goes about her bnisness in a very downcast anT lowly way but she gets there all the same Her grunt is sweeter music to the speculative farm er than the mockbird which sings from his leafy bower If she tips the beam at 250 pounds she is worth on the market S2500 but if she stays on the farm her pigs in one year will sell for S5000 She declares a two hundred per cent dividend annually on her part value She is both a pig and a wealth producer She is paying off thetfarm and causing tie farmer to ride around in automobiles and smoke ten cent cigars Let the hen go away back and setwhile Mrs Sow ambles to thefrontand produces more gold than the mines of Gol conda WhenGnWyer re ferred to us as Yankee pigs he never dreamed how Yankee pigs would soar Keep the sows at home and raise pigs Closing Out Soak As assignee of Golden Jfc Flora I wltto announce to the public that I have on hand a h Hllleeot monuments JfOtJleIKtks l L f tc u Wierd Story Music Box not Touched Since Owners Death Plays After 50 Years TFifty years ago Dr Edward Owings one of the leading physicians of Paris Bourbon county purchased an import ed Italian music box in New York and installed it in his home The instrument oni of the finest then made play ed the classical operatic music of SunnY ItalY then in vogue The day of his death Dr Owings had the instrument wound up and his 1 rsplaJcdand as he sank into the last long sleep re quested that the music be re eated but death claimed him is its own before his request could be complied with The instrument has for nearly fifty years been in the pos session of Dr Owings sons Edwardand Thomas Owings at the old home having been left undisturbed in the same position on the identical table it occupied at the time of Dr Owings death Sunday morn ing Edward Owings was astonished and mystified to hear sounds of music coming from the room where the box stood and calling his brother Thomas they made an hives tigation To their amazement they found that the old music box which Jor fifty years had remained neglected in arc mote corner of the room had as if touched by invisible fin gers suddenly resumed playing the very airs which their father had called for and wished for on his beathbed The room in which the old in strument stood had not been disturbed and the instrument itself under lock and key had never been touched by human hands save for an occasional thenlong period following its dis tinguished owners death The Owings brothers made a thorough examination of the instrument after it had ceased playing and found nothing unusual in the mechanism and are at loss to explain the mystery Its poor policy to wait untill you have a fire to begin thinking about insurance Do it now We write the best policies tf Dan II Brcck An Experts Opinion OI Skin Dis cases A prominent national export on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific experience ho has never found so lard a dis ease to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend Zcmoasa most successful remedy for the treat ment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He says that not only do its curative quali ties make it popular but also the fact that it is clean liquid remedy for external use A great improvement over tho old style greasy salves and lotions which aro not only unpleasant to use butdo not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving tho skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladly supply those who call with 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 Angry Wife Thrashes a Gambler Alleging that he had led her husband into evil courses Mrs Pearl Meyers wifo of n prominent business man of Atlanta soundly thrashed n II Cone with a horsewhip Cone who is a man about town was attacked on the street and whipped until ho cried for mercy and promised to leave the womans hus band alone That young man has been running around with my husband drinking with him shooting craps with him and keeping him away from home and from me said Mrs Meyers as by standers cared for Cone I guess ho will leave my husband alone hereafter Concrete nest ar9 cheap and durable Free Dyspepsia Sample Sufferers from indigestion are wak ing up to the fact that peppermint lozenges charcoal and dyspepsia cures arc only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as chronic Indigestion What is required Is something that will not only relieve but which tone and train the digestive apparatus to again do Its work normally and this these simple remedies cannot do There something more to the euro thebreathtains digestive Ingredients will not cure IndlgeatlonIsquires a scientific laxative We know of no remedy that combines these re DrCaldweUSyrupa quarter or a century laxativeural tegredieatB for the cure of con stlpaUoB Indigestion liver trouble sour stomach sick beadache and similar com plaints Its Ingredients tcUl so strengthen musclesthattJMyuraUyaa4 whoa that has been accom FannieStlJartSlaekburnMowith this remedy They became convinced that pills and tablets salts dys oostonltponry bottlLaterMvlag PepeisodJtv a bottte pleasedtogMe4s for ymireif or family pertaining to bgweabeotutetyfreet ILorcam an4 di M on m neatV card or It IIH aoctor8 fi I c Jall J T l Cf 0 j rAOflCllk GAOOE isY FEIRIGG EKTRAL P lf8F- OGUE j 1OREGON CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED J This matter must not be reprinted with out special permission- COOPERATIVE MARKETING Producers as a class have made In late years long strides along the line of more Intelligent and systematic methods of marketing their stuff Time was when they were the luck less victims of commission men too often unscrupulous who extracted a fat commission and turned over as lit tie as their generosity dictated But producers grow weary of the holdup game and organized themselves Into cooperative associations whose chief object was the securing of a better market Thfs movement was fought bitterly by those who had waxed fat under the old system of Individual buying but It was of no use The cooperative movement is here to stay and its success Is assured First grain growers organized then followed the organization of growers of oranges apples grapes small fruits and gar den truck and in almost every in stance market and price conditions have Improved as a result in those see tions where such organization has been effected Not only does such or ganization make possible the estab lishment of a standard of excellence in the grade and quality of the prod ace marketed especially true In the case of fruits but it makes possible the hiring of experienced men whose chief business it is to look after and report on market conditions in the va rious distributing centers One may give his stuff the most scientific and painstaking care but It he Is held up when It comes to selling it it avails him little and It would be decidedly to his Interest to organize Producers In any locality who are still marketing Individually should look into the pos sibilities of this cooperative move ment not for the purpose of exacting extortionate prices from the consum fag public but to insure fair returns for themselves who endure the sweat and bear the brunt of production A TIMELY WARNING The Rocky Mountain Husbandman one of the pioneer agricultural papers of Montana has lately been publish fag some timely words of caution for the benefit ofthe homeseekers throng ing Into tlia state from tho east and are filing on the bench lauds away from the river valley with the inten tion of raising wheat It states that these lands must be worked by dry farming methods which many of the newcomers know little or nothing about Of the advice and suggestion which a recent issue of the Husband man contains the following is worthy of reproduction for the benefit of those who are about to go to the semiarid sections of the west to make their h mes Tho worst mistake It is possible to make Is to try to raise a crop of grain on sod land the first season The man with as much money as out dry land farm experts xccomirieml is all right anywhere for he eau eat and his family will have plenty but the man who undertakes to build a dry land home without ample funds will find It different from a like undertaking on Irrigated laud For the wife and children of the dry land home bulkier who is short of n years main tenance our heart bleeds The dry land home Is not meant for such The proposition is essentially one for the well to do class The advice which dais paper gives Is brave and honest and its suggestions cannot bo charged with having been dictated ty a selfish Interest when the natural tendency would be to minimize rather than give at face value the dlfileulUes with which the settler on tho dry ands would be confronted principlethe pressurebut CARE THAT COUNTS As showing that It Is scientific care of orchard rather Ihau an alchemy of soil or climate that Is the largely determining factor lu racing ity and prize winning fruit ILls worth noting the fact that It was n south western Iowa grower who won some of the best prizes offered nt the Ren ver apple show In less luau carload exhibits and that too lu competition with the best box fruit of the west It Is doubtless true that conditions are better lu Colorado Idaho Washington and Oregon for the production of tipples than In Iowa Missouri Arkansas Michigan or New York but notwithstanding this It Is the care which the western fruit ranchman gives his trees that is chiefly responsible for his splen did success Were methods that are at present In vogue In some eastern orchards tp be adopted In the western fruit volleys there would not be enough marketable apples produced ontho ranches jo pay taxes and cost of till age from season to season As we have before said In these notes Jtt the painstaking care that the west eriier gives his fralt reach and that as hla primary and Chief occupation that makes his lajbor so profitable Many an ea ternorcbar owner has tMttWdthls fct and Is profiting there l M r morelbonkiproSt Itit IJ i rh ri t t u c A strong reliableit of large wires of steel especially fenceispliable enough to bo easily spliced Is galva rnized by tho most perfect known process and made i+ proof against weather conditions Come and see the dif andjudgeperience have proven to be mechanically soundoand best adapted for all uses of a farm fence J 25 per cent off cash for bun dIe work at the Richmond Steam Laundry This is for your benefit and not others Call for it J 27 W Irvine St Ring 52 13tf For Sale A good buggy and Imrnoss almost now Apply to tf Miss LUCIA BtncfAM Gott Brothers desire to purchase your wool and will pay boat prices for same 420tf Nothing is so Beautiful FOIL SUMMER CLOTHING A- SHand Embroidery O Miss Eva Roberts carries everything new in patterns and supplies Her prices ere reasonable and work guaranteed Kosldonce Pirstst roar White S Wines drug store How About Tha- tSuffinier CoalWe 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 well we haveCorn Hay Oats Straw Etc SJ H1ThorpeCoASPEN Phone 184 IIIIPIIi l 9-III L f1fflllli l ill it 7 t t Just received a car load allf sizesfs l Now is time n Iitor t t JShadeford c C0 J a ti Dont net 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 j Material jijUiiiumiMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiummmuumu Come in and letus convince you that ours is tnat yardyour perplexities will endand your wants be satisfactorily filled As an experiment isnt 1 it worth trying t ED BLANTON COMPANY Telephone 425 t Near L A DepotI f OFFICERS nlltECTOlt8IE L Woods president Marion Coy It L Arnold W C Fish VPresidont J Woods It G GuynfW G Kompor Cashier J S Burrows W C Wynn O U Terrill Asst Cashier E L Woods W C Fish F1e B nk Dr Faint Lick Ky i CAPITAL STUCK 8 1600000 Sunwus AND UNDIVIDED PnO ITS 1100000 DEPOSITS 10000000 Your Banking no matter how large no matter how small TUB I UAXK will give it careful attention This message applies to HofLBSjmen alike Come in and see us we are always glad to see youITIle 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 servo you Your business is invited with tho assuranao that every accommodation consistent with safety and commensurate to l your balance will be extended GIVE US A TRIAL AND WE ILLLPROVE IT PEOPLES BANK PAINT LICK KY c The Best in JewelrydomIn- vites You to This Store Wo gathered from everywhere good and well Today wo are asking youropinion ofourstook asa whole AVo ask for criticisms request your critical looking And when you have seen and bought we V OUIsure you will carry away an impression that will be sure to bring f backItls your privilege to buy or look just is you please and if you only look youre wolcome L EoLANEBin Watch Sign 310 Main Street Gentlemen 11 Stop = Collsider V V VV Money Earned is Money Saved You can do both by coming now and selecting one of those swell Suits and Coats antI Pants that we aro selling at j such low figures The prices are very low considering tho values we arogiv ing r It pays to dress well particularly when you can get such clothes at so little a price No mayor your form shape or figure wo can fit you stylishly and becomingly Our clothes y the hCelebrated Schloss Bros Co of Baltimo jo and Now York It isnt how little you pay that makes tho dollars count its how much value youget 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 Jthejr thoroughly good quality mean economy tp him are SoleA ents for Ladies Queen Quality Fine Shoes f Strap getSandalsthe best Ladies Shoes to be had at 250 S300 5350 Our New s in the Celebrated Kneeland Oxfords for young men are the snakiest things shown in the city strictly up to the minute Prices SJOO andL4 t We trite showing aU th ew ti ings jn Dress Goads Notions Hosiery Underwear Wash Goods etc See the u wstclnandgt our haw prices We are naming low prices on Rugs faiL to s em W3UNiUM COMPANY I itl l t 0 n T iI JI ITh W r 130 130 I Lackey CoterTelephone 282 We will on Ocl I s1 910 give one full v Leather trimmed Rubber Tire buggy valued att 00 Also a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 v This is no humbug It is a fair deal and gitimate it clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade We will give to each and every purchaser ticket for every 10 worta of trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in our line of a liberalxHscbunt below the customary prices This offer willie you money when you calUn and make you money before you go out See our circulars forfull expla nation plenty of them at our office Read Carefully the Articles Below Horse collars Back Bands Farm Blind Bridals Riding Bridals- Breakilarness Drive Harness Surrey Harness Buggy Pads Sv etc Houghton Buggies Columbus Busrgies Manyer Buggies R L ABuggics- Kauffman Buggies Post Buggies and all medium Buggies Break Carts Road Wagons and Surreys Hubbertier the best put on quick and reasonable i First class Horse Shoeing the best Buy trimmer High Class Painting your Binders and mowers quickly re paired Blacksmithing complete any job in wood neatly repaired andalso havo the finest mechanics Send in your Vehicle for Painting and Repairs Early Lackey Colyer Smart Clothes For Ladies and Misses will be found in TMrs IM Barlows v Readytowear Parlor in Building with Mr P J Yeagors Jewelry Store 218 West Main Street Come inwill be glad to show you my new line of Ladies Readytowear in th 0 Latest Styles and Materials When you get my prices they will surprise you and youll come back again The Delights of Springtime includes the discarding of your Winter clothing and putting on an elegant and handsomely tailored suit fitted to perfection and having that exquisite styli that no one can give a garment like that that is made by Mansehen We are ready to furnish a suit of business semidress frock or cutaway suit for you now from exclusive fabrics to suit the mcst fastidious Geo MarischenOver Sextons Shoo Store We do Cleaning and Pressing Tele 173 Something New In My Line For Your have made preparations by putting in thenecessary equipment to do all kinds of Carriage Painting and Trimming I have made this addition believing our many customers would appreci ate our efforts to take care of all needed repairs for vehicles Bring your carriage buggy or wagon and have it repaired paintedand trimmed and made good as now If you need new Rubber Tires on your old vehicle a perfect job is guaranteed at this slop All work guaranteed both as to workmanship andpriccs James A Moores Prince Anon Two Year Old Record 05 day training 227 THREE YEAR OLD TKIAIJ 219TSired by the Great Anon 207 14 Sold at a 4yearold for 812500000 Will Make the Season of 1010 at my Stable Corner of first and Water Streets AT J15 to Insure living Colt i 5 Robt Walker Kfchmend lcIfltkYU IM t Olliei James vill make tho season of 1010 attIio ioberly Forest Grova Farm within11 ity IbnltsatII i0 to Insure a Living Colt 525 to Insure Jack Colt and Jennet Colt same as MuIexCbltO- LUE t JAMES is a black jack with white points IGhands high extra bone and 1usc1c foot and weight lleis sired by the U R McCord jack First dam Shelby Irvine 2nd dam Blackwood At the same time and place I will stand my good stallion BrffliantD tat 15 to Insure Brilliant D is a Pcrcheron colt color pCaulorsin the Brilliant blood Care taken to prevent accidents and escapes but not responsible should arty occur Lien retained on colt with service fee is paid Mares kept on grass at 10 cents a day Mr John White will bo on hand dur ing tho six week days to attend to all business I L Deatherage RICHMOND KY 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 WIrvine St Ring 52 J 3tf Comforting Words Many a Richmond Household Will Fine Them So To have the pain and aches of a bad back removed i to be entuely free from annoying dangerous urinary disoderw is enough to make any kidney Fuller grateful To tell how this great change can be brought about will prove com forting to hundreds of Richmond readersElbirdge G Evans Depot St Nleli experiencesay that they are an excellent remedy and one that lives up to the claims made for it I suffered from kidnev trouble for some time My backache severely and I had a soreness across my kidneys that made it hard for me to get around I also had a great deal of trouble trom my bladder the kidney secretions being too ficqucnt in pass age at times while at others there was yPillsy tion and I began their use They help ed me from the first and I continued taking thtm until I was cured ctsFosterStatesRemembertake no other mlin For Sale Barred Plymotlirock and Leghorn eggs for sale 100 per setting of 15 eggs Al so African goose eggs 50c a piece I can spare two or three pairs of geese Mns CMRK RIcE 0mtf R D 3 Richmond Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more butof Stockton son 24nly Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Home Rem fedy If you 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 druggisthascustomers to know that it is recom mended for Eczema Blackheads Pim pIes Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Perry will give yocaninconveniencethis clean simple preparation tf Wanted Timber- A reliable party to furnish 500 or more cords of Lin Poplar Cottonwood and Buckeye bolts 4 inches and over in diameter 51 incites long Ricked at any shipping point- JonxsoxSiHTn EXCELSIOR Co 2t IXDIAXATOLIS ISO Thoroughbred S CReds Exclusively Bred for beauty and utility A superior winter laying strain eggs and baby chicks for sale Pride reasonable Mrs R 0 Coomcr Phoao Waco 52 Speedwell Ky 2mo- A Happy Father ia soon turned toa sad one it he has to cryiababythe childwel1aooth its nerves HestCorPleasanttoperbottl h PRiNEARiloN L t 2 eroid I jd227JG5 days training v Trial 3yearold210 r fif o cHei is yeirsold beautiful mahogany jj bay star and two white feet staridsrlO hands high good foot and bone fine head 0anai Perfect disposition Mlad3 can rTvio him and I dont think anbodjs borso f can get awayiromli5m onahe Toad t J Ioncy due vhcri fact is ascertained f or mare parted wU Ln retainedr on colt j for service fej bcVesponsible foracci 14 dents or escapes c v 1 2 ROBT WALKER Jt a i L 1i ij Ir1 l t ED y a 1 fs 1if rvw l 11tl t I r Rkkinond Climax B rBECUIAX PRIJITING CO IiJ9IPrated1 Itv D MILLER EDITOR Netbrol PRESS PUBLISIERS LEAGUE FFICE 100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1910 A Tough Election Over in Pike county at the last election the regular Re ublican ticket was opposed y a hogback or fusion crowd The regulars gotthe certificates and the fusionists contested Special Ju3ge Holt who tried the case says there was so much bribery and corruption that no elec tion was held and all the of ces are vacant A Living Skeleton is the final condition of any child that Lisa wormsif it liyes Think of hav ing something in your stomach that eats all you takEs as nourishment Nine tenths of the babies have wormp may be yours has lie certain that it has by titthe baby Price 25 cens SoUl byll L Perry History of Capitol Dedication The Carlisle Mercury says The dedication of the new Capitol will very likely be held on June 2nd The speak ers will be Senator W O Bradley Governor Willson and former Governor Beck ham An extra large force I will be put to work to com plete the grounds for the dedication In this connection we wish to say for the information of the Kentucky press that the editor of the Mercury has been engaged by the Western I Newspaper Union to prepare an illustrated sketch of the exercises together with a condensed account of the lo i cation of the seat of Govern ment at Danville and Frank fort history of former Capi tols and other matters con nected therewith As no limitations are placed on the order we hope to make the article ot such value as every paper in Kentucky will want to use it SHad dyspepsia or indigesion for year Noapretiieandwisatldid pat distressed me terribly Burdock JJU od Bitters cured metIJ II Walker Sun bury Ohio A Sunny Face Wear it It is your privi lege It has the quality of mercy it is twice blessed It blesses the possessor and all who come under its benign influence It is a daily boon to him who wears it and a constant everflowing benediction to all his friends Men andwomen youth and children seek for it All social circles welcome cheeriness A sunny face is an open sesame to hearts and homes By it burdens are lighted dares dispelledsorrows triumphant where fear and doubt and despondency held high carnival Your own life will be sweetened your own owpjOYheightened sunnyfaceLittle favors kind words and lovincr smiles win truer friends often than costly gifts for the former comes from the heart while the latter often reaches nothing more than the pocketbook and that only for show Shelby Record Dont let the baby suffer from ecz ma JoanbOintment AlljEasy Method of Killing Felon For a felon take common saltingdownoven then pound it fine and turpentineinequal partsffectedon more and in 24 hours you tare cured says a writer The will be dead Incnceutraud loiharellersaruantjgurnaryiUerUlgyiLieSJd EfgsfofSale4 Frpm puro bred Esses Strain Barred DrQwnLeghorn ItodTurkeysPrices on eggs Quoted onvhpjilicalioii Mrs Wallh coOil1 iOimo R D No yRichmond Ky Constipation causes rodachel njiarew palDraaUclpitatkMi WealcM MiK tnfcv f M MMr 1 jf 6 v i 0 n1 f ilrij D tf Ncw Nw NewI have just opened a large and handsome stock of Beautiful Wall Paper in the Schlegeltouilding on Third street and cordiall invite an in spection of same Wo are prepared to do FIRST CLASS PAPER HANGING oii shortest notice and in the best manner Will appreciate a call Remember this paper is in stock and can be dono pro- mptlyWOLOLJBIBDS House Painting Decorating Etc Stock and Crop The worlds production of corn has reached the enormous figure of 90000000 tons a yearhAt Cynthiana Clarence Le bus sold to Leslie C mos of Lexington 10000 pounds of merchantable wool at32 cents per pound The farmers Of Harrison county will get only 70 percent of the claims allowed for sheep killed by dogs the dog ax covering that amount J E Boardman of North Middletown purchased of R P Hopkins James Hop kins and J C McDaniel a car load of fat hogs for which he paid from 8 34 te 9 cents per pound Mr Boardman ship ped the hogs Saturday to the Cincinnati market Paris Kentuckian Citizen Three horses sired by Woodland Echo sold in Lex ington sale for 260 the best one bringing 505 A South Dakota feeder shipped a hog stag to Chi cago where he was sold for 3263 He weighed 960 pounds live weight and dress ed 787 pounds The turkey crop of the United States could easily be doubled and still be profitable if the farmers of the country would give this branch of poultry culture a little more attention So many have the idea that turkeys are hard to raise that they hesitate to make the venture During the first ten days or two weeks of their lives they are more delicate than chicks of LItheafter that period they are as hard as other poultry andwill pick up most of their living on the farm George W Robinson says he had a cow to produce 16 pounds of butter besides cream for table use last week Its a Jersey and surely a good oneHarrodsburg Re publican At Carrollton F P Sebree sold 150 hogs at 950 per hundred the wholeft number bringing him a little over 4000 How to CureEczema Pimples and Dandruff- We desire to say that when we took the agency for ZEMO wo were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases Wo are pleased to state that we shall continuo the agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customen liko Zemo too because it is 1 clean vegetable liquid for extcrmal use Zomo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin aud destroying the germ life that causes the disease bay- log the skin clear and healthy It docs not soil the clothing or linen and can bo used freely on infants bookletwords how any person can to cured at homo of any form of skin or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy If Perrys Drugstore Govermerif From the Commoner The three most important subjects which a human being can con societyleligion nextin fact they are the connecting links which bind God Than and society together Tolstolidefinedreligionasthatwhich self and God and govelm nt may bedefinedas the relation which miin Qxes between hiIl1I sei f and society Estray A ooso came to my place somo weeks ago andhasinca been cared for by un dersigned Owner please call And get saute Joe Bush Linden SL City tf Threw Up His Job A janitor in a neighboring school threw up his job the other day When asked what was the trouble he said Im- onestand T wont stand being slurred If I find a pencil or handkerchief bout the school I hang it up Every little while the teacher or someone that is too cowardly to face me gives me a slur In what way asked the officer Why a little while ago Isaw written on the board find the common multiple Well 1 looked from cellar to garret and I wouldnt know the thing if I met it on the street What made me quit my job Last night in big writin on the blackboard it said find the greatest common devisor Well I says to myself both of them darn things are lost now and Ill be blamed for swipinem so Ill quit Third notice Every ed itor has received them The postmaster sends them to the editor The postmaster is not to lame For instance there is a number by the namewell say Tim Short who sent out three notices to stop his paper He did not want it any longer We won der what was the matter Upon investigating our subscription books we found Tim was short 570 He never had paid a cent and yet he stopped his paper as a matte of economy to us A few evenings ago we stepped into the church and Tims melo dious voice rang out loud and clear in the old stirring song Jesus paid it all We might have been mistaken buthis earnestness impressed us The next day we sent him a receipt in lull begging his pardon for not knowing that he made an assignment of his liabilities to the Lord Western Publisher Mr Bryans Prophecy From the Washington D C Bulletin In reply to a very pessimistic letter by the writ er to Mr Bryan just after the November election he made a prophecy which in view of recentevents seem prophetic The Writerbelieved that the Republican party would keep its platform pledges Mr Bryan did not and replied Do not be deceived by the promises of the leaders of that party It is important to re vise the tariff in the interest of the people We are nearer the turn in the lane than pears on the surface Bryan- was right The special session of the Republican party was important and everybody will admit that we are nearer the turn in the Jane To Stop Hiccoughs Hiccough is a distressing and sometimes a dangerous complaint Many times a swallow of water will stop it If simple measures fail the following has been found very efficacious The nerves that produce hiccough are near the surface of thp neck They may be reached and compressed by placing two fingers right in the center of the top of the breastbone between the two cords that run up either side of the neck and pressing in ward downward and outward A few minutes pressure of this kind will stop the most jbstinate hiccough Dr Chase- S Moody in Outing Watch Our Watches and youll filed them keeping tiraeto the second They alikealIoirrjaw elry relkble And they are also like our Rings Brooches ami othcr oFMMirat in being as mod ite In price we fcpd quality will permit W1ietiyouwn4Jew1 y1 we are goo- d1Qtlto iJ f I J ifBAQESJ Ii L iiI r 4 fS 4 uci I Nonalcoholic SarsaparitlaIf ask your doctor If youthinkI you need something blood ask your doctor If think you would like to tryI AyersnonalcohoUc Sarsapa rilla ask your doctor COn suIt him often Keep in close touch with him W publiili our foranlM W b atih aJeohol A from our msdlctiis wuriou to yers eonmit doctor roar Ask your doctor to name some of theIresults of constipation His long list begin with sickheadache biliousness dyspepsia thin blood bad skin Then ask if he would recommend using Ayers pms yourV Mado by he J C Ay er Co Lowell X48 Candi date for Governorship Mr Wm Adams of Cyn thiana may be candidate forI the Democratic nomination forI Governor of Kentucky from the information that comes from Mr Clarence Lebus of Lexington to whom Mr Adams stated that he would probably become candidate Mr Adams is one of the most prominet residents of Cynthiana and is well known in State politics He was form erly mayor of his home town and is a member of the Demo cratic State Central Commit tee and of the State Board of Agriculture While his can didacy has not been officially announced his intentions are known to his home people who are booming him for the Gov ernorship Bring your wool to Elmer Deatherage and get the highest market price in cash 420tf What Nice Gentleman Said A certain lady in Philadel phia took her fiveyearold son to a photographer The cam era man was pleasant and considerate as he could be called the child airthe sweet endearing names he could think of while using every device be could of gentle per suasion to make the wiggler keep quiet Finally he turned to the mother who by this i time was almost in dispair and said Now madam if you will leAve your darling with me just a minute or so I think I can take his beautiful face to perfection The mother withdrew for a short time and the photo grapher exhibited a successful negative When Harold reached home the mother ask ed Harold what did the nice gentleman say to you when I left you alone with him Well he said lisped Harold If your dont thit still you ugly squit eyed monkey Ill thake the life out of your trembling carcath Then I thit perfect ly still mamma Cattle Wanted We desire to buy some fat butcher cattle and large and small veal calves Also fresh milk ows or good early springers Also good last years lambs and good butcher hogs Tele phone 484 or write to Fox Hamilton Richmond Ky j2tf More Wheat And Less Tobacco Should Be Raised in Kentucky Says Rankin I Beeaus the report of the crop condition in this state for the month of March show eda decided falling off in the acreage of wheat Commissioner of Agriculture Ran kin has decided to begin a campaign to induce the farm era Kentucky to grow more wheat and less tobacco Be has a double purpose in this campaign which will be one of education He will try to get the farmers to go back to the old system of taking their wheat to the mill and having it ground for their own use take their shorts and mill feed home and feed It to their stock and sell what is left and not until they have first supplied their own wants During the next year Commis sioner Rankin Is going to get every farmer in Kentucky to raise some wheat on his farm r Fine Horses Go to Virginia About the finest load of horses that ever left Garrard county were shipped to Rich rapffld Va last Saturday by Mr W Di Burton to be sold ta sale The average price paid PI luiiU w 275 He took 3 nice letiui and several tine trotter and saddle horses twentytwo In all Mr Burtoa is aiine jU4e ofa horse and i aado h bowai ribt 1 j41L i t I I Good Things to EaF I Theta all we carryWhetbu ItS IIlaplelike wgarCC a ncy dell 53 In atsolutclyaeiendab1eSa quality that enters store ilfT auJt6taBdrilridexamlnaUonIs Each brand competes for preference md none gains a place on par i U it fail standard ofquaHtyi futsI ELECTA COFFEE I IDfilatkefs The Electa process of towcoe Wne and drycurliur prscrVC5 the genuine flaror improves In ustng Eleeta are sure of t action that In IthaaothcrcofI Jasdthe glorious aroma Tate and SonTelephone 35 =1 a a a S S We Call Your Attention to the Celebrated Hoosier Corn Planter The Genuine Brown and New Western CULTIVATORS Double Shovel and Drag Harrows the very best goods and in a class almost to themselves Come and see us before making a purchase it will be to your interest Taylor Oldliam Dealers in Everything in the Hardware Line Phone 14 Main Street Hemp Growers 1009 crop of river bottom and upland cultivated hemp seed latest impartation Sample and price on application Both phones Yours truly- J W GLASS Sox j2015t Camp Nelson Ky Harry M Blanton DENTIST WOfflce to Bennett liaioing Jinly lEJcPaONE 198 For Sale Privately two storo houses one occupied by Taylor Odham Hardware the other known as tim Racket Store both on Main St J E Greanleaf tf Executor Money to Loan on Good Farm Lands The Northwestern Mutual Life In surance Co will lean money at 5 per cent interest on good improved farm lands on Mortgage Apply to J C Chenanll Attv GOtf Richmond Ky James Hunley Will buy or sellyour bouse farm town lots or anv thing else in the Real Estate line- Any business intrusted to him will be promptly and carefully attended to See him if his services are need ed n S Jforall the good things to eat that are made and h sold under tho Beech tJNut Brand probably Peanut 1Butteris the most popular made of the finest blend- of Spanish anil Virginia Jfpeanuts roasted and at ground into a finesmooth butter de J licious and healthful Order atBetter r of Pea nut Butter j IcoaceI Point to a Depositor in the State Bank Trust Co and you will point out a man who doesnt have to lie awake at nights wondering if his money is safe Xeither does lie keep worrying if that last remittance lisa gone astray lie knows the tate Bank Trust Co is the safest place for his money and that the loss or destruction of a check does not mean a loss of money Do you pay by check V Dr C H Mainhart1OradeMe UgoiChco1Ll Veterinary Surgeon Office at J Jt Aabilis Stable Oflloa Phone dH- Res Phono 538 f Richmond Ky Dr Robt C Bogs Dentist Telephone 267 J Office in Oldham Buiiuiu si D 11 OulkJth ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICRMOXD KBVTWHY Office on Second street over tben 5 ilta grocery R Emmett Million Successor to Hillgin Iin- nyDENTIST IiV Orer State DanK Trust Company TKLEPHONB IK A S5TIjIji VAN tDroETLA AlOHMOND KENTUCKY optQsitq SEWELL McKINNEY jepresentative of the Ntional Cioperaiiv Realty Companyi JA HIGGINS f 5EMan rt Richmond Ky I have opened my Real 1taie o1lietaid il1be glad t- eceiver your list o For Sale or Rent 1IopertYf City gtQo ptyreh1I i 4 9 iCj w4 i Y ftff H ll ra