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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wI Ii ITHE RICHMOND CLIMAX 7 IrOLU1E 30I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 1904 NUMBER 47 it I PHONE 80 I E C WINES DRUG STORE I COR MAIN FIRST IfI 7f Quality Highest Goods f- ldI Lackey and UamiIton You the of the most of the the + S 22 12L2 012 222 t2t22 0 V ffi 4Ti We are with our of 1 Ig Goods in line pd d tw II 0I1lie latest things in Dress o F Plain and Fancy Vaist ffi ings Percales etc all grades and We are c ready showing some very beautiful Lawns for the coming sea son at prices from 5c per yard up Large line of the newest things in Braid i and Em I Kibhons and 1 Laces at all prices from le- I ydnp f r ourillbest values to childFrens p11n aney 1 ec wz laP and S at 8L 10 m 1520 25c to to is can be all A of a W 1 1 E I am to this of work rea so able a aI at B will to I Are a Dyspeptic 11 YOU are a dyspeptic you owe it to vni flf and your friendH to get well Dvp psitv annoy the f his dJHpase Hour his flitsou as well as his stomach Kixlol Dyspepsia will not only dyspepsia and sour li ni this palatable recon diuestant strengthens the whole digestive apparatus and sweetens the life as as the stomach When Kodol enjoysdItent properties appropriated by the blond and tllIUII Health is the result by R O Wines lm Lost plaid butween Paint Lick and Richmond Finder returnitp E V Elders store It SUSAN MAUUIBE J L J t 7 71 71 71 Lowest 71 Prices I t The habit of good goods by at the Hustling Cash Store I have advantage getting best for I ready showing every dQ7M New Spring Novelty Suitings Ginghams prices 4ii iv2 Trimming Medallions broideries Si2per stripped Hosiery m buying cultivated trading price m ft Carpet and Lace IOur tain Department with bargains Carpets yd andup Matting 1c and up Rugs 125 150 2and up CURTAINS 48c per pair Cottage Poles complete for 10 ctsffi 15innice 24inch Suit Case at 125 Pete scopes and Valises all prices have secured some of the best ftsctory lines of SHOES he had Style the quality the highes J wear satisfactory price nlwavs 7Our FAMOUS TILT shoes vfor men at 350 85 are the best ever shown in the city Try one pair and you will always wear them of Spring ClothingClothing for men boys and youths immense Our prices 3 c will surprise you Mens nobby suitsN made of wearing materials at 498 Better reansonahle Suits made to order and fit guaranteed I 1 Our prices are the very lowest that made on qualities of goods We cordially invite you to give us a look + look means the purchase bargain for you s Our Motto is to PleaseV Very Respectfully LACKEY AND HAMilTON 4 +ff i 7 th 7r 7f 7 Spring is Approaching theirJI LPflt Pieki J now prepared do kind at most prices Outside PaperlVL Orders left Middeltons be promptly attended Jf I W G MILLER You dyspeptics friiil eoaue dip Cure 51Ir indigestion stitnat l etuiiive tonic well take Dyspep Sold Dark shawl For Rent I to rent for 1904 the room on now bv Mr T A tf tj8 S He who to but may a man but him get in a is the some feel How Is Tne Time to Visit Hot via Iron The at the and is now in full Hot St at 820 p m the run In less 12 fast can be free by on or A A 419 O Very ill is Cur ElSe We latest the desire ttieyear Bright store Main street occupied Robinson Laura Bright thinks deceive everybody deceives nobody himself Love intoxicate marriage sobers When they rowboat time folks rocky Sprints Arkansas Mountain Koute season ijioat National Health Pleasure Resort blast Climate unsurpassed Springs Special loaves Louis daily making than hours Three other daily trains Handsome descriptive literature obtained calling addressing GALLAOIJER DPA Walnut street Cincinnati 71 lowest Good for Children The pleasant to take and ImrmWs One Minute Couch Cure Rives imme diate relief in all cases ofCnnuh Croup piiisiinniedintelytake effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws nut the inflaim tion heals and soothes and cures PH- manently bv enabling the hints m hl8111I iltIyoung hy E C Wines ini A Russian lieutenant gets about 2fO a year a captain about S300 and a major 100 The Best Family Salve DeWitts Witch hazel gives instant relinf from hunts cures Cuts Hrnisf Sores Eizeinn Tetter ansI nil Abrasions of this skin In huyincr Witch Ilnzl Sulve it IK nepeh ary to see tha von cet the genuine DeWitts and a cure is certain Titers are inanv cheap counterfeits on the market all of whirl are worthless and quite It number ar dangerous while DeWius Witcb Ha zel Salvo io perfectly harmless and cnres Sold by E 0 Wines 1m The true measure of success is eight quartfe to the neck A Cure for Headache sufferingfromdrowsy feeling should take one or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers night and morning These famous little pills are famous because they are a tonic ns well al a pill While they cleanse the system thev strengthen and rebuild it bv their tonic effect upon the liver and bowels Sold bv E C Wines Ira The Calvert MISS WILLIE K ROCKER PUOrUIKTKESS Rates 100 per Day Social Rates to Large Parties IJGn FINNEY AVENUE ST LOUIS MO r LOSS THROUGH STRIKES New York State Board of Arbitration Says Labor Troubles Prove Costly to Employes Strikesand lockouts In New York were costly to the men who took that means to force their employers during the last rear according to the report of the stato board of mediation and arbitration The lumber of strikes and lockouts dur- Ing the last year exceeded those of 1002 by 50 there being 192 in 1903 The strike In the building trades and of the excavators and rockmen of that city caused more lost time than all of the 142 labor disputes of the previous year As a result of labor troubles of 1902 573285 days were lost The report admits that strikes for recognition of union were as a whole un successful and says the demand for rec ognition of the walking delegate in New York city which was lost was the cause of the labor unions losing recognition of the union demand The report deals at great length with the strike in the build Ing trades In this city Of 30 large disputes in the state 20 were In that city Outside the general building dispute In this city 73871 work people were directly concerned In this years disputesI and they lost in the struggle million days work Besides these thereII were at least seven thousand who though not participants were thrown out of work and lost more than two hundred thousand days time If to these be added the 25834 who were di rectly and the 11203 who were indirect ly involved In the Metropolitan dispute- with the loss of over one million seven hundred thousand days aggregate the figures mount up to over one hundred and seventeen thousand employes concerned and 3900000 work days lost The cost to the laboring man is placed at over four million dollars QUEEN HATSHEPSUS TOMB Burial Chamber of Builder of Beauti ful Temple of DerelBahari Is Discovered The London Times has a description of the discovery thanks to the lavish expenditure and American tenacity of Theodore M Davis of an important tomb in the neighborhood of that of King Thotmes IV of the eighteenth century dynasty which was found in 1903 at Thebes Mr Davis has discovered the tomb of the famous Queen Hatshepsu the builder of the beautiful temple of Der elBahari It consists for the most part of a corridor sloping downward Into the heart of a limestone mountain After reaching three chambers in spite of enormous difficulties the burial chamber was found Here are two sarcophagi of hard sandstones pol- Ished like copper covered with beautifully formed hieroglyphics which say that one contained the mummy of Hat shepsu and her father Thotmes I The lids of the sarcophagi lie on the floor The sarcophagi are empty Hat shepsus mummy may be found in ono of the unexplored side passages of the tombs where perhaps it was depos ited for the sake of safety in time of danger The chamber is from 40 to 50 feet long There are several side chambers which are still filled with fallen rock and rubbish but It can be seen that they as well as the chamber itself are panelled with painted blocks of fine limestone WANTS TENYEAR DIVORCE Wife of an Indiana Editor Asks Court for Unique Decree of Separation Charles Martin editor and publisher of the Westville Ind Indicator and a wellknown northern Indiana politician and literary man has been mad defend ant in a divorce action brought by his wife Rose Martin prominent in Indi ana secret society circles having served several terms as grand treasurer of the Rebekahs of IndiansIThe reIpeatedlyher hair permanently injured her and made It necessary for her to remain in bed three months refused to take her to church and social gatherings refused to give her money to purchase clothing and necessaries and Instructed merchants not to sell things to her told people was Insane and refused to speak to sheI and ignored her for months at a time A temporary separation for ten years Is prayed also 20 a week for support AFFINITY OF METEORITES Austrian Professor Declares They Are More Numerous in MounItainous Areas A total of C34 meteorites was known up to 1903 of which there were 182 Irons and only 74 stones in the western hem- Isphere and 299 stones and only 79 Irons In the eastern hemisphere The records show only the fall of 350 of these meteor ites dating back to the fifteenth cenI tury Prof Berwerth of Vienna de spite this small number of knownE specimens calculates that 900 meteoritesb must fall to the earth each counting shooUng stars that disappearb in the atmosphere and that at least should come under observation Prof Berwerth finds that meteorites have been chiefly recorded In civilized countries but that in many InstancesI they are more numerous In tied districts and that they have an espe cial affinity for mountainous reasICupid Saving Ammunition London women are wearing monocles Cupids idea is that he can do enough damage through one eye remarks the Toronto Star and conse quent he masks half his batteriesJ A Great There was a big SensationIville Iud when place who was expected to ills had his life saved by Dr Kings New Dis covery for Coiifumptlrn Ho writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma hut your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar Pl1eumllnia1Bronchitis A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do In the hour of lined His wife had such an unusual case ol stomach awl liver trouble physicians could not hlp her He thought or and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills WlsJfinaliy t THE COMMONWEALTH BUMMER SPICER ARRESTED He Is Charged With the Killing of James Johnson Jackson Ky April 6 Bummer Spi- Ce confessed slayer of James John son was arrested by Deputy Sheriffs Hiram Centers and Sam Deaton Tuesday at the homo of Sam C Callahan brother of Sheriff Ed Callahan Spi cer made no attempt to escape and t submitted to arrest quietly Johnson was killed last Friday and Spicer had been In hiding since that time John son was a nephew of J B Marcum who was assassinated last May Spl cer Is a momber of one of the most prominent mountain families and is distantly related to Congressman South Trimble His people will mako a strong legal fight for him judge James Hargis will conduct the oxam Inlng trialIA Motion Will Be Made in the Circuit Court to Discharge Them Frankfort Ky April GThe ques tion of forfeiting the bond of Will Cul ton the fugitive Goebol conspirator was postponed In the circuit court Tusday till Wednesday when it is un derstood a motion will be made to discharge the bondsmen on the ground that It was never the Intention of the commonwealth to try Culton but he was brought here from court to court for over three years to testify as a witness in tho trials of the other Goe The IfPowercause the defendants could not loundIIncreased the Assessments Frankfort Ky April GJI1Je state board of equalization has accepted tho assessment of 13 counties in the firstj appellate district but raised the as sessment in five counties as follows Ballard Hickman and Crittenden 10 per cent on farm lands arid 5 per cent on town lots Fulton 3 per cent on farm lands Trigg 5 per cent on farm lands Representative Day Is Worse Lexington Ky April GIt Is feared that the wishes of Carl Day the Breathitt county renresentatlve who is dangerously III at the hospital in this city that be mlM be permitted to die In his home county will not be gratified He is gradually sinking and unable to recognize trose at his bed side Purchasing Tobacco Carlisle Ky April GMr Towat ter for the Continental Tobacco Co was here and purchased for local buy ers a little over 2000K pounds of tobacco at prices raneing from lOc to ICVic per pound This leaves only about 90000 pounds in the county tot owned by the Continental Co Prominent Kentuckian Dead Owensboro Ky April GAlex C Tompkins capitalist lied of paralysis at his homo here Tupday Col Tompkins was twice elected by the demo crats to the general assembly He served In the confederate army Ha was born fi5 years are Ho leaves an estate valued at 200000 War on Vreeland Louisville Ky April GAn even Ing paper says G v Beckham has opened war on John W Vreeland a Louisville member of the democratic state central committee and has sug gested that W J Semonln county court clerk be chosen In his place Cooper Out of the Race Mt Sterling Ky April GJudge John B Cooper declines to canvass further for the democratic nomination for congress leaving F A Hopkins the present Incumbent the only can didate He declines because his wife and daughter are sick IThe First Claim Turned Down Ky April GTho first claim from Beckham county sent to the state auditors office was turned down and will be held up until the constitutionality of the act creating the county has been passed on by the court of appeals Entire Family With Smallpox Owlngsvllle Ky April GThe en tire family of Peter Honaker number one mile north of town haveI doveloped cases of smallpox One sons convalescing The other cases developed Monday Quarantine law wilt be established An Old Grudge Caused Murder Hopklnsvlllo Ky April 6Louls Wilbert aged 18 shot and killed Gus McIntosh at Mannlngton Tuesday An old grudge Is said to have caused the murder Mcintosh was armed but did not draw his revolver Wilbert esI caped Will Ask For a Parole Lexington Ky April GA1l efforts o far to Induce Gov Beckham to par on George Miller the convicted gam ier have proved unavailing and tho board of tho prison will now e asked to release him on parole Sons of the Revolution Lexington Ky April GThe ninth annual banquet of the Society of the Sons of the Revolution in the state of entucky was held hero Tuesday night Fortysix guests were present MaJ S Tenney acted as toastmaster Liquor Dealers Organized Louisville Ky April GThe Ken ucky Wholesale Liquor Dealers as toclatlon was organized Tuesday to light the bill taxing rectified whlskj passed by the last legislature a Clean Sweap IMakes like doing a thing Of all the Salves yo ever heal d of Bncklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns hires Bruises Cus Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by R C Stockton druggist mi- A good memory often conies in han dy to forget with- Robbed the Grave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lows I was in an swfal condition My ekinwas utmost yellow eyes sunk1 en tongue coated pain continually in hack and sides no appetite grOwing- weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great Joy the first bottle made a decided im provement I continued their use or three and am now n well man I know they robbed the grave of an other victim No one should fall to try them Only Wc guaranteed at R C Stocktons drug stoae lin Consumption consumption consumptionPeople learning that con sumption is a curable disease consumptionhat At the faintest suspicion of consumption get a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion it once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Negiectedconsumption does not exist where Scotts Emul on is Prompt use of Scotts Emul n checks the disease while it ri be checkedSend sample SCOTT 8 11OWNE Cheraku- xj1 is Pierl Sircet New York toe awl Si all druggists THE TOMPKINS FUNERAL The Most Impressive One Ever Held In Owensboro Ky mOlltIkiss at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon It was conducted by the Knights Templar and Confederate Veterans Col Tompkins made two requests before he died One was that he be buried in a confederate uniform The other was that Gen Bennett H Young of Louisville his commander during the war deliver the address at the funeral Both requests were complied with Rev Keene Ryan of Chicago who was edu cated for the ministry by the deceased preached the funeral sermon He said Alp Tompkins was the David Harum of Owensboro The burial was at Elmwood cemetery A BRAVE GIRLS ACT She Saved Her Little Sister From Death ina Creek Rockport Ky April 7WhlJo returning to their home from school near Stanley Stella Miles and her small sister had a remarkable escape The horse driven by them ran away and they togother with the vehicle were thrown Into the creek The young child was caught under the vehicle The older girl was also in great peril But thinking only of her sister who had already lost consciousness she managed to pull her from beneath the buggy and carried her to a neigh bor where she was revived Convicts Paroled Frankfort Ky April 7Tho board of prison commissioners paroled the following convicts Willis Allen Rockcastle county manslaughter three years sent up January 1903 Marshall Caldwell two years house breaking s nt up June 1903 William Cunaghin Jackson two years man slaughter Miller Taken to the Penitentiary Lexington Ky April 7George Miller convicted over a year ago for running a faro game In this city was Wednesday taken to the penitentiary to serve one year It was the first time on record of a man ever being convicted In this county for gambling where the penalty was a prison son tence Job Printers Still Out Louisvll Ky April 7 Proprietors of the lo al Job printing houses have given the strikers notice that they must retirn to work or their places will be fid by outside men and tho offices dwlared open for union and nonunion men The Job printers remain firm in their demands for shorter hours Spiders Case ContinuedIJackson Ky April cer the illeged Johnson as called before Judge Har pis and ri case was continued until Friday Nono of the relatives or friends of the decedent was present It Is said that their absence is duo to fear of violence Abused By White Caps Hopkins v He Ky April 7A band of white uppers visited the home of Wash Ch ii tress colored at Hubbards ville near this city and accusing him of recent meathouse robberies dragged him fit of bed beat him ducked him in a Jmd and partly hanged him He will recover Martin Guards Win Frankfort Ky April 7ln the an nual Insertion of the Kentucky state Ird the Frankfort company Jifartln guards VMS awarded the flag of the Sfrond re Iment for the best competi tive examination and appearance on Inspection Capt William Lutkemler Is commander E K Wilson Paroled Frankfort Ky April 7The stato board of prison commissioners Wed nesday night paroled E K Wilson for mer county attorney of Laurel county and prominent politician who was serving a five year sentence for an alleged criminal operation British Capitalists Mt Sterling Ky April 7 English capitalist are In the fields of Morgan county They havo purchased consid erable land along the line of the West Liberty 8 Morehead railroad and have agreed to furnish 500000 to complete the line this year Victim of Brights Disease Cynthia a Ky April 7lrs H C Duffy wife of the wellknown horseman and trainer died suddenly of acute BrirHs disease She was a sis ter to County Clerk Claude Desha and Judge Lucius Desha of Newport Kentucky Corporations Frankfort Ky April 7The PrInce- ton Electric Light Co of Caldwell county capital 20000 and Allen County Telephone Co with 2500 cap ital filed incorporation articles with the secretary of state Farmer Almost Disemboweled Carter Ky April 7Tobn SIzemore farmer while out with a team fell up on one of tho standards of bis wagon and was almost disemboweled It is thought thfct the aa Will Mebakbt NEW SPRING SUITS I Young MenI of Taste and Discernmentwill tho ex tfeme s ylishnoss of the suit in tho picture It is The Royal Sack threebutton full cheated a n d broad in the shoildurs made in all the popular Summer fabrics and in an a traCt Ive varioty of patterns at so low a price as 12 There is nothing in the style lit fabric or tailoring of this suit that would suggest the idea that it WitS Keadyrande On the other hand there is everything in the appear ance and quality to suggest the tailoringISchloss Bros Co Apparelfor CO CLOTHES MAKERS BALtiMORE NEW strict1yT Shoes for ladies are th best sold In this city They have more style tit buyitWASH GOODS DEPARTMENT is vary attractive New arrivals daily put in their appearance antI the counters and shelves are cracking md glossing under the weight Calland see the largest suit most attractive line of Wash Goods Embroideries Laces Ham burgs White Goods etc ever shown in Old Kentucky Prices low CASH only Our Carpet Department Is jammed full of new designs in Carpets Matting Rugs In all sizes and qualities Iinoieums Lace Curtaitis Portiers etc Get our low Cash Prices and save moneye are showing all the new weaves in this season in Iress Goods and lrlmmlnlts Our Hosiery stock abounds with all the new durable novelties Our Notions and Small Wears are cheaper newer rail better than you can get them any where else Offt T arfof Utr Parfnrc are showing this week with new Skirts new Dresses new Silk ladiesGetVery respectfully I D OLDHAM eo jreat Bargains AVe have two hall1mnde buggies costing U2 each which will now he offered at S50 each This is an oppor tunity to secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works SOmtf S L Midkiff Prop Our clothing have a grace and comfort that only artist can make Stouffer Mahler In India but one person out of 20 can read or write Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Ki tins New Life Pills Millions are always at work iiiaht and lay curing Indiges tion RiliousneHii Constipation tick Headache Dud all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Eay pleasant safe sure Only 25c at U U Stocktons drugstore 1m BRIB FINE YORK OUR favor Big nHillORLANDO KY Shippers of Anile Coal ++++ + +++ + ++ e + ++ +++ + + + + + + t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t t grate without any attention jf jf + 4 13u u j l m= a r j Q IBARGAIN STORE I j j L lLI = j = === = = = cc = = = = = I J The busy shoppers ot Richmond and Madison county will find that El j ders Bargain Store is the Money Saving place of the city 6 Daily we are re 3t ceiving the prettiest line of Spring Goods ever placed on our counters and our j prices for this season are just ass low as ever Our Motto is UNDERBUY and UNDERSELL I 11 j RGeorsets Better than Ever SLHLOSS W INS L You can rest assured your dollar if invested hcrf buys better and more value that is obtainable elsewhere Our customers must not take it for granted that everything in Cotton Goods has gone up because other houses say so for if you will get our prices in this department you will find them practically the same old ones as we bought long before the unsettled state of the market We will sell you India Linen at 5 74 8J 10 12i 15 18 20 and 25c per yard See our nice Voile Melange at 1c per yard do not fail topurchsse a suit of this goods We want to ask you to Inspeot our stock before j purchasingand let us place before you our pretty Sheer White India Linen White Victoria and Persian Lawn Nainsooks and Dimities and a bountiful line of White Madras The bove goods are worth more money but owing to a large purchase before the advance we are enabled to soil them at money sav hg prices to every purchaser We will sell Ginghams at 5 64 7J jj and lOc per yard Draperies 8J 10 and 12jo up to 35o per yard c In Our Glothln Department we have a larger stock to select from than ever The nea dresser will Jirarify his wants when once his eye rests upon our mammoth stock of Clothing London and the prices will actually surprise youwhmti you find such good values at such low prices 5qfashions tI4 from 350 up to 150 Bots Suits horn USc up to 375 When you purchase a Suit let us John B Stetson Hat for only S375 Shoes Our Shoe Bargains are Rreat Mens atlll Ln dies Shoes from 89c up to 1 Notion Hardware Files 35 and 8c Tacks Ic box 6 Tea 4c 6 Table Spoons Co Hair Brushes 10 to 35c Curling Irons 34 and 5c Machine Oil Cans 5c Machine on lIe Picture Hooks 5c doz uoverEtrg Beaters Oc Shaving BrushesB and lOc Metallic Hair Brushes 10 and 15c Rubber Rings 5c Rubber Toys 5 to SOc Toy Hatchets EC Padlocks 5 10 and 5q 15c 66 Shelf Brackets lOc 10x12 Shelf Brackets 25e Fish Hooks Ic doz 25lh Spring Balances 7c Pools Barometer 15c beautiful assortment of Jnrdineresnt 25293139 and 40c Brass Head Tacks 5c ScrnH Brushes Gc Mouse Traps So Notions Pins In Needles Ic Tape Ic Kid Curlets 3 45 ard ffe Memoratilntn Books 13 0 8 and lOr DRY Books 5c up Ledgers and Journals heavy boun- d1eatb4rtIpped200pa2ea75cDoIlsl5andI0c6Load Pencils 6c Decorated Crepe Paper 15c PaperI ti ete Boxes 10 and 15c 30 sheets Paper 5c 50 Envelopes 5r Window Shades S to 25ci Grand Pas Won der S at 4c Trunks 125 to 10 See our MATTING CARPETS and OIL CLOTH g totheCahTracle13V CAIAWGUE Elder e n t = iT Jz4TTT 2T iii il JIF t i T rr 1IIT 1 y sao seoee JI ieI I 1 3F 111 The Greatest Selection Ii- I S s IE zz = OFz i0ijj STYLISHses-a flSSSSSSSSGSSSSOOSSSSSSSSSOS IIC s S w Ss SsS e fl SHOES 9IJ Fdi- eS e s S S i 5s- es w S S 55555SS5SSSS5SS55SS55s5SSSSSSSSSSS5SS5SS5SSS5SS5S S O ever shown in the city While we carry an elegant line ig of ever thing in Footwear it is with pardonable pride that gii weran specialattention to our elegant line of New Spring r 1 Shoes for ladies men an 3 children You can make no S r Imistake by looking our line over as it represents some of SeOo the best shoemakers of the world and you willsee our prices 5S IEare lower than are generally asked for these highclass Shoes iiE S SS tPJd CRIITCHER TRIBBLE 1 ela J 511 E Main Street Richmond t Kentucky S r4 bOS15OlSSlSlll1111SS1S11515111 1S11S1111S111111111 111 GO SSOSOG SSS S S SSSSS SSSI S SS J l1 1 he Richmond Climax j O CI1NAULTpresident- D MILLEREditor Manager JWIWNESDA Y APR 13 1904 lrTh UKLISHKK Climax CVEKY p tgCo Incorporated SFORASSESSOR life authorised tn announce llOYD P WAGKRS a candidate for Aseeanor ot Madi m county wbj ct to the Button of tile Demo enttic jwtjr TIlE ptiper trust occupied a large pert of the time of the meeting in L New York 1Rt41yof the American Newspaper Publishers Association And well it might for it has become a every serious problem in newspaper dmn Paper hiss been steadily ad v Being for the last few years and if it continues tho large dailies will be compelled to advance thn price on their papers which will he a great 1ldt1Mp on the reading public and this time the International Paper the trust has been selling tall brotui st not less than two dol a ton below the market price The import duty on paper of course proects that steal The time I3 is ROt fur distant in fiot it is here k when no newspaper in this country oan consistently advocate high tariff A eotaniittee was appointed at that meeting to n tate the removal of duty on piper Also arrangements were 1made to offer large inducements to any independent papr mill that would start in operation in opposition i to the trust Trusts are hard to down i but if there is one thing that cant down them it is the newspapers The fight tliit is now on will be kept prom j inently tmfore the public and the spec tacle of tlw inner workings of a priv ate monopoly is apt to be revealed wvt THK stiggKstlon of the Lexington Herald that James B McCreary Unit L ed State Senator from Kentucky would make a good candidate for pros ident will meet with the heartyap proval of every trueborn Kentuckian Being from Kentucky is not his only I qnitliiication for this high office He would make a dignified suave presi- denti and would be a chief executive if reserved though determined energetic though discreet lie would grace be presidents chair in the same easy imanner that lie has with great credit ifilled many ollicns of trust in state ii and nation Harrodsburg Herald i Uti C1 F1BroerCu LEXINGTON KY j1j 1010 We have made great pre parations for house cleaning i time and are now ready to you a large and unusually fine collection of Ft f r- YlJ Carpets tI Draperies Udr f Furniturej PaperJ Art Gods 1lr j Wood Mantels- R R A 51 Ht 1 I C1F1BroerCo111- 11M j MAIN AND BROADWA ItnI LEXINGTON KY II l IuuJiI1 I niiIpita Ideal Entertainers All winter lung Kirkt ville has deprived of shows of any kindoubeenI count of the snallpox epidemic has prevailed there This is all over now and the first show of the season will come to Shepherds Hall on next Saturday April 16th The Ideal En tnrtiinera come with the highest recom mendations They are now on their sixth annual tour and have met with the Rreiitestsuccess everywhere Their show consists of new people new piC- tures new music and new features throughout Mr Shepherd the manager of the hall promises a splendid entertainment There will he an or chtwtrti to furnish music which will add all the more to the occasion Mr Gorge Shepherd is a splendid manager in fact lie is an all around business man lie is a native of Estill county unit has been a life lung friend of the writer He as well as his parents be tore him has always been held in high esteem both in Estill and in this county Hn has done much towards the upbuilding of Kirkeville and is wide awake and progressive His ef forts to brine first class entertainments to his town are greatly appreciated and a uood crowd is sure to greet the Ideal Entertainers Itetneinber the late Saturday April 16th at Shepherds Hall Kirksvlllj Ky Through ileeptr From Lexington to it louis Via Chespeake Ohio Railway BeuinniiiK May 23ih tIm Chesapeake Ohio Railway will inaugurate a through sleeping car line to St Louis via Louisville and the Southern Railway to leave Lexington daily at 520 p in and reach St Louis at 730 a in Re turiiitit this sleeper will leave St LOUIS at 1010 p m and will reach Lexington on C O train number 22 at 1110 a m the next morning Yours truly G Y BarneyD A In Baptist Circles The pastor was called 10 Ewing Ky last Thursday to preach a funeral Mrs Mollie Daniel will leave this week to assume her duties at Danville it with sincere regret that we give up SIrs Daniel we all realize her place in time rliiiich will be hard to fill We cheerfully commend her to the good people of Danville and wish her abun dant success in her new position The y uiifr Ladles Easter bazar was quite profitable the proceeds amounting to fortyfive dollars The prayer meeting topic for Wednes lay evening will he What I am willing to do for the Lord in the next two weeks This Pastor will begin a revival meet ing at the Baptist Church next Sunday Services at 10 a in and 730 p in ev erv one is cordially invited to come and take part in the Service Iext Sunday morning They lapped like a dog Have your old vehicle repainted sod new rubber tires to take the place of the old worn out steel tires you are now using and you will have a new wmvevancn for spring and summer Ihe Ricnhinod Carriage Works will do the work at prices that will astonish you Satisfaction guaranteed tf S L MiDKiFF Prop Before you breed your mare go to Collins Walk ers stable on Irvine street and see the best bred and the best breeding horse in the country Farwood 16796 standard and registered is a chestnut stal lion 16 hands high Only 15 to insure a living colt Reduced excursion rates to Los An celes and Sail Francisco and return via the Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Route Tickets on sale Vpril 23 to May final return limit June 30 tOOL Clinics of routes Lib eral stopover privileges Through standard and tourist sleeping cars Full particulars cheerfully furnished A A Gallagher D P An Cincinnati 0 Hows this We otTer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can ootbe cured by Halls Catarrh Cure K J ttlENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and belibve him perfectly lionorahle in all btisinnns transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made ny their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O aiding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale druggists Toledo Ohio HttllV CatiirrD Cure taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucoft surfaces If the system restimdnidla sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills axe the best 1m J Protects the System Against Catarrh Hyomei Prevents Colds and Cures Gripand Catarrh Money Back if it Fails An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure A few breaths of Hy ome through the neat pocket inhaler that tomes with every outfit will check a cold or the grip at the start and pre vent serious and lasting illness In all catarrhal troubles and diseases of the air passages Hyomei has a positive action not possessed by any other medicine or treatment It is pleasant and convenient to use simply put 20 drops of Hyomei in the inhaler and breathe it a few minutes four times a day In this way every particle of air that enters the lungs is charged with a healing balsam that kills all catarrhal gems soothes and allays the irritated mucous membrane vitalizes the blood with ozone and makes a permanent and complete cure A Hyomei outfit costs only Si and contains an inhaler medicine dropper and bottle of Hyomei The inhaler lasts a lifetime and when more Hyo mei is needed extra bottles can be obtained for flOe B L Middelton will give hits personal guarantee with every Hyomei outfit and will refund the money if it does not cure 1m MATRIMONIAL LAINHILL Isom G Lain of Drey fub and Mrs Julia Hill of Duluth Ky were married at the residence of Rev Kakers in this county last Wed nesday TODDKEEVBS Mr O D Todd of Speedwell and Miss Dovie Reeves of Whites StatiOl were married last week in the office of the County Judge Judge N B Turpin performing the ceremony OEATHb GRIOGS The remains of Noah Griegf an aged citizen of Valley View were brought to this city yesterday for interment lie was seventyfive years oldREEDA telegram came to Mr B Jouett yesterday announcing the death of Mrs A J Reed which occurred Monday at her home in Cincinnati Deceased was the wife of Mr A J Reed once a well known lawyer of this city She was closely related to Elder A J Tribble and her death is regret ted by her friends here RlsKMr William Risk an aged and highly respected citizen of Uuion City died at his home last Friday He was well known over the county beini one of our most influential larmers He was honored and esteemed by a large circle of friends His burial occurred in the family burying ground his re mains being laid beside those of his first wife He is survived by a second wife and one son Mr Jesse Risk who is also a well to do farmer in the Union localityMILLIONMr John F Million aged 63 years died last Monday of peritoni tes at the home of Mr B B Million with whom he had lived for a number of years past He was the only child of Mr timid Mrs Green Million Hie mother was a Miss Cox before her marriage Deceased was one of time finest historians in this county perhaps in the state He had a large acqnain tance and numbered his triends there by His burial occurred Tuesday hi remains being laid by his mother in the family grave yard He was an upright Christian man and is the last member of that immediate branch of the Million family GREEN Thomas Marshall Green one of the best known men in Ken tucky died last Thursday at his home in Danville aged 67 years His death which came after only a few days illness was due to acute diabetes De ceased was a politician historian ed itor and frequently contributed to newspapers and magazines throughout the country He was the author of time Spanish Conspiracy a book which at tracted widespread interest He also wrote a history of the Marshall jfatmly of Kenntucky From 1857 to 1860 li edited the Frankfort Commonwealth and later got out a paper In Maysville He was noted all through the South f his fearless way ot writing saying whi he thought regardlessof consequences Mr Green was a cousin of Dr L jBarbour formerly of this city anti frequently visited here He had Jnanv friends in Richmond who regret to bear of his death He is survived by a wife and eleven children PERSONA Mr R S Crowe went to Louisville last week Mr Thomas Campbell is at home from Virginia Mr Jonah Wugers of Estill Co was hero Monday Mr George Wilson of Lexington was here last week Dr Landman the oculist will be at the Glyndon hotel today Mrs C E Smith of Lexington is visiting Mrs Emma Fife Miss Bessie Ttirley is visiting Miss Iartha Dunn in Lexington Mrs W B Wilkerson was here lust wk visi lug Mrs W W Pigg Mis Mnllie Fife has been visiting rs G B Woodcock in Danville Miss Kauffman of Lancaster has cell visiting Miss Margaret Miller Miss Angelina Cobb of Stanford s here visiting trends and relatives Mrs Milton Gaines has been visiting Mrs 0 A Cropper in Louisville Mr J Jennings Greenleaf attended i dnnce in Paris last Tuesday evening Mr Richard Bosh returned to Lox nijion yesterday alter a few days viit here Miss Evelyn Smith will board with Mrs E B II nine until her school tennis out Mrs Z T Rice has as her guest hr mother Mrs Leandor Davidson of LancasterMr Mrs J M Rifle are at home from a three weeks visit to San ntonia Texas Mr It S Crowe has returned from Virginia having closed a very sue cessful school- Misses Florence Chenault and Eliza beth Taylor are inLwxington visiting Mrs C D Chenault Mrs Leonard West and children of Irvine spent c veral days last week with Mrs Claude Smith Miss Annie HHICOX has returned to Lexiugton aftr a visit to her sister Mrs Elmer Dettherage- Mr Hugh Mellii has accaped a clerkshipwith Mr W D Oldham at the Busy Bee Cash Store Mrs Mary Bolton has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs James Bruce in Canton Ohio Mrs Johnnu Williams is in Cincin nati buying tier stock of millinery See her advertisement olsewnore Rev Charles Marshall of Decatur Ala has been the guest of his daugh ocr Mrs J S Collins for a few days Mrs D N Sdarp has returned to She byville alter a pleasant visit to ier daughter Mrs B L Middleton The Cecilia Club will meet this af ternoon at 2 80 with Mrs M C Kellogg at her homo on the Summitt Miss Nettie Scrivner of Winchester has been spending few daJwith her sisters Misses Alma and Sue Soriv neroMrs Ccrran C Smith has returned from Wirchffter where she spent several mouths with her daughter MisJM Benton Mrs Z T Rice entertained a num ber of lady friends at dinner Tuesday in honor of her mother Mrs Leander Davidson of Lancaster Mr R L Geutry left Mondaymorn ing for an extensive trip through Ohio and west Virginia in intetest of the F H Lawson Co of Cincinnati Miss Miunix Dykes has been engaged to siug in concert at Winches ter on next Monday night While there she will oe the guest of Mrs J M Benton Mrs Betti Little and daughter Miss Mamywere welcomed back to Richmond last week after a winters sojourn in Louisville They are now at the Glyndon fdr O C Flora whose wife died last week will break up housekeep ing He expects to go to Virginia soon for a visit and upon his leturn will make his home with his children Mrs C E Barclay of Stanford Illinois crders the CLIMAX sent to her address Mrs Barclay was formerly Miss Hallie Dozier of this county and is pleasantly remembered hereThe engagement of Professor Robt T Benton a former Central University student to Miss Allie Lee Fox both of Pint Bluff Arkansas has been announced The wedding will occui in June One of those delightful euchre par ties was given last Thursday evening in the Elks parlors The Ladies prize was woi by Mrs B W Turner and the gentlnmans1 by Mr McDonald of Louisville A delicious lunch added to the enjoyment of all present Mrs MolHu Daaiel leaves this week for Danville to assume her new duties in the Deaf and Dumb Institute Her large circle of friends regret exceed ingly to give her up She will be greatly mUsedJbut tbe best wishes of all will follow her to her new home Deputy Sheriff lames Bronston of Richmond was hero Wednesd tyon business pelmining to the duties ol his office Herod D Roark of Rich mond is visiting friends hereVal ley View Argent Both Sundays CourierJournal and Enquirer contained handsome cuts of Mrs A Wilkes Smith ot this city who is hostess of time Kentucky building at the Worlds fair She left yesterday morning for Louisvilie preparatory to going on to St Louis to assume her duties Mr and Mrs Will Parks had as their guests last Saturday and Sun day Miss Bunlah Million Miss Burt Mrs Ella Farley and Mrs A O Buc hanan and Mi Simpson The Parks home is an ideil country place and as costs Mr and Mrs Parks can not be excelled Their guests had a royal timeMr J M EliTe a prominent resident of Richmond Ky accompanied by Mrs hub wits in the city Wednes day returning from a months sojourn at San Antonio Texas The tripwas taken mainly with the view of benetitting Mrs Riffes health While in the southwest they extended their journey to Monterrey Mexico We Kentuckiansare away behind the sit bh1 r lAyers You know the medicine that makes pure rich blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Your mother grandmother all your folks used it They trusted Sarsaparillait Your doctor trusts it Then trust it yourself There is health and strength in it I suffered terribly from indigestion and thin blood found no relief until I took Ayers Sartapurllla Four bottles perm nanCy cured Mns F R hART Mt Xltco NY f JO bottle J ATIIJCO All dru eclats S iS forIell Rich Blood Pills are gently laxative They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla procession said Mr Rift to the Lend we man You would bo surprised at the push and uptodateness of every thing in the west and southwest When it conies to clean streetsattrae ive residences and grounds and pro gressive methods in business tin westerners have trot us beat a hlocl Mrs C R Boiiher entertained lisp Sunday School class very delightfully at tea on last Thursday evening Hr cltss is composed of fourteen boys all members of the younger set and the occasion was much enjoyed by them The engagement of Miss Florence Shnckelford to Mr Rice Crooke both of Montgomery county has been an nounced the wedding to take place inn April 211tll This will be pleas ant news here where both of these young people are well known Miss Shackclford with her parents former ly lived in this city and is a mcst at tractive young womaD She is very popular wherever known Mr Orooke attended Central University at this place and was very popular in college and social circles and was one of the best atheltes who ever attended this college Friends of the couple here are extending congratulations in advance BIRTHS Ginsox Mr and Mrs Jfhn R Gib son are rejoicing over the arrival of a tlauglmterBuvsaMr and Mrs E B Butner of Caleast are happy over the arrival of a son last week Council Proceedings The regular monthly fessiou of the City Council m t on last Thursday night with the Mayor and all Councilmen present After hearing and adopting the minutes of the previous meeting the reports of the Police Judge chIef of Police Tax Collector Street Commissioner Superintendent of Fire Department and City Clerk wore all heard and referred to the Fl nance Committee Mr Sliackelforci in behalf of the Street Committee asked permission to buy a car load of vitrified brick to be used in time construction of crossings which request was granted Dr Cs S Holtou asked permission to build a stable in the rear of his dwell ing on Oak street which request was also granted after considerable ques tinning and with the agreement that the stable should be kept in a sanitary con dition Mesdames Bennett Stockton Buchanan and Simmons appeared and asked for the usual allowance of to be used towards tIme sustenance of the Pattin A Clay Infirmary A vote was taken and resulted in a tie Messrs Arnold Miller and Byhee vot jug for and Messrs Sbackelfortl Hales and Maupin against the measure The Mayor was called upon to decide the matter anti refused to allow the appropriation Mr Jerre A Sullivan ap peared in behalf of the Water A Light Company rnd asked for a lair hearing on time Councils part before getting into litigation with the company be represented Since the decision of the Circuit Court and the Court of Appeals rendering damages to Mrs Nannie Martin for injuries recelvei an inves tigation hall been ninde and the City Attorney has advised that skit be brought against the Water and Light Company holding tnat said Company wits responsible for the dam ages Mr Sullivan plead for the Coun cil to consider the fact that others are liable to be legally responsible for damn ages sustained by Mrs Martin and requested that the Water Light Co be given fair treatment in this matter The matter was referred to a committee composed of Messrs Shack elford Bales and Arnold A petition was then entered whereby the negroec may be allowed to select their O TII trustees sluice the passage of the recent bill affecting the taxation of negro schools was filed with the Clerk Mr P M Pope was given permission to build a cottage on Aspen Avenue as was Mr W H Douglas one on Laurel street Mr T T Coviugton of time School Board reported that the city was S700 behind with their account to time School Board This question was re ferred to the Finance Committee with power tn issue vouchers for the amount after investigating the matter The mount of damages due Mrs Nannie Martin was ordered paid The Rich mond and Farmers National Hanks were refunded 18 and 10 respectively for errors in assessments A voucher for 130 was ordered issued to June Clark for a horse bought by time city On motion the salary of General Nel son was raised from S25 to S30 per mouth Alter hearing the following claims the Council adjourned there be jug no further business Fire Department S SOW M 0 Heath 12 00 Water Light Co 1717 25 J C Lackey 130 57 W S Oldbam 22 00 tlimax Printing Co 15 00 J W Buckner 22 00 Ky Register 5 00 Electric Co 013 13 Telephone Co 3 L it Blanton 43 50 B L Middelton 19 50 Kidney WInkler 20 00 W W Tevis 22 00 J W Murray 12 20 Crutcber Evans 23 8V Now Is Toe Time to Visit Hot Springs Arkansas via Iron Mountain Konte The season ut time Ail oat National Health and Pleasure Kesort Is now in full blast Climate unsurpassed UtSprings Special leaves St Louis dailv at 820 pni making the run lu less than 12 hours Three other fast daily trains Handsome descriptive litera ture can be nbtaiued free by calling on or addressing AA ULLAOIIER 0 PA 419 Walnut Street Cincinnati O i r c lit HolJ Se zion b Jane Time directors of the Kentucky Chan anqua Assembly have succeeded it raising the amount necessary in guar nteeing a session this year It tins been understood that there would be no Chantauqua this year on account o- tlalkof funds timid a suitable building However persistent forts have over ccme these difficulties and time Mon will begin June 28 Wmdlaml lt l has been granted fur the use o lie Ai sembly This occasion hiss been a ton tore of summer life for a number ol yarn and it is gratify ilig to people al over time State to know that there will be a ChautauquaConcert Under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society ot the First Presbyterian Church a concert will be given next Thursday evening Aprilp21 at the New Opera House which has been gnuitud for the occasion by Mr Shelby Wiggins All the but musicians in the city will take part and n delightful pro gram lisa been arranged Let a good crowd go to time concert and thus help a g ioil cause HIM at the same timn spend an enjoyable evening A notable feature ol the concert will be lime ap pearance fnr time first time in our city of MIA Harriett Rockwell Poynter of Shelbyville who Is It very fine violinist She Inn gaiireil ioilHliltr lil reimtatioi in this line and her foiniiitf lieiug ooked forward to will a gret deal ol interest Admission 50 edits Police On Lookout tor Richmond Runaway Bop Chief of Police Jerry Hengan received word last nielil from Richmond to lie n the lookout for IilhudImd Ainiuy Mr lee aged 14 and 15 years respectively They ran away from home vrstei lay morning and wire said to be se n coming towards Lexington John McGee their father is a promI- nent farmer living near Richmond lie railed up Chief Reagan last nigbtsaying he is much worried over the whera boiits of his boys and for the police to capture and hold them until he could arrive to take them back bome Mr McGee describes the youngsters is being light complected with dark ha r wearing new suits of clothes Lex ilemocrat Wall PaperFor M Willging Our large and commodious store room 18 x 100 feet No 208 south side Main street This is one of the best located best lighted and handsomest storeroom in the city Suitable for almost any kind of business Call on or ad dress JOHN G TAYLOR SoNs Richmond Kentucky Telephone No207- Simackelfnrtl Co sell the genuine Brown walking cultivator and the Tig er riding cultivator time Tiger tornado a id disc harrovs We guarantee satis faction 13atf CITY Two of Mr JaiueH Brookebires children are siuk Mr Luther J Henry of Winchester visited Lila brother Dr L It Henry of this place lat week Two of Win niayschildrHn colored are recovering from smallpx cuiumu nicateil to the family by a visit from a daughter living near Hed House Mr Webber Hamilton of Carlisle visited Ins father who has been nu tier ing with grip last week Dr L K Henry visited his father near North Middletown Friday and Saturday returning JSiuulav He found his father who is sick some better Dr Scudder and wife visited Ills grandparents Mr and Mrs Dr Hocka day who live at the Culwell Campbell place near Blythewood Suiidav a week ago The Sunday Schools which closed during the winter are again organized at both churches Let everybody take a hand Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather a large crowd attended the burial of Win J Risk an old and respectedcitIzen who had lived near Union City a life time He was buried in the family burying ground in a brick and cemented vault by the side of lila first wife who was buried in the same Way atiout three years ago The Iivng wife and lie onlv child Jesse M Risk have the sympathy of the entire com u ity Wanted Young men or women as local repre sentatives for McCIures Magazine Liberal commissions cash prizes Write J N Trainer 141 E 25th street New York N Y lcc The boxes in our burg lar proof vault will keep your notes deeds policies sill verware Iother valua ble safe from f fires storms or thieves Priced rpsqviq51- tII aniI we them I l StateBank Trust Co 1 FF + F 71 f t This is the question so many people have been asking rf Another will ask Are they the proper thing to wear + In answer to that question we invite you to stop and take a lookat our show you will always find the 4latest outandsee just what will be worn And better still come on the inside and we will take pleasure in fitting you up in these new things u ffi I 71 71 7F 71 71 71 7Ji 7if F 71 71 Oddities Predominate This Year There have been times when it seemed as if all papers looked alike bu t thatis certainlv not the case this year Wo have so many radically different styles that there is very little likelihood no matter what you select that anyone of your neigh bors will select a similar style Shades Picture Frames Etc UNION HEMPS TEAD Hempstead will make the season of 1904 at Ellendale Stock Farm Rich mond Kyat f OO 30T a Su t1 eO Hempstead was sired by young Jim 2009 First dam Margery Daw by Lumps second dam Nelly by Mam brino third dam Flora by Parsons Abdallah Hempstead is a blood bay and is perfect in gait and action and is an nbred George Wilkes King Arthur At the same time and place King Arthur will make the season of 1904 at 1500 For a Living Colt King Arthur is a sorrel stallion hy Huxhull dam Alice Wilson by Ja cinto AS a twoyearold King Ar thur was not defeated in the State in the harness ring Money due when mare leaves the hands of the original owner or bred to another Horse Lien retained on colts until service fee is paid Due dill gence will be exerised in care of mares but will not be responsible for accidents escapesJNO GIBSON Richmond Kj For the next 2o days we will closeout for cash at cost two Moores doubl heaters three Radiant Homes Hire Colas Hot Blast stoves in order to make room for spring goods n B Shnrkilford Co Dont torget we acKumvledge rc superior in tin merchant tailoring bus ness all our work In guaranteed tf Stouffer Mahler Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be securod by leaving word at the State Bank Trust Cor by writing j 27 tf T D Cheiiault Terrill Ky Telephone 350 M Agents Wanted 6 a day made bv our men selling Air Lights Write for terms Chicagi Air Light Co 83 Bth Ave Chicago Four handsome well located lots 50 x ISO feet cheap on installment plan Also two lots in a stonea throw of court house fronted on two streets cheap Apply to L P Evans State Bank Trust Co BIg Strayed From my place near the Madison County Stock Yards a black yearling steer with horns RewardJoe IGmtf Richmond Ky MEN Capable oi Earning ltOOO TO 5OOC A YEAR Traveling Salesmen Cloik Merchant No matter what your business theprodoclngdeCompany of New York afford a chance for a few good men eight vacancies on the agency torn remain Oven for men ol character and ability you ca SimS out bJ writing whether It wilt be worth while for 701 io make a change no previous experienc t necessary A course of professional Inttiuc lion given free The Mutual Life Insuranci Comoanyof New York Richard A McCuidy President has paid policyholders over 630 Million Dollars Address DIBCOE HINDMAN Manager United States Trust Building 5y t Lv 4 w W W N I Will Tan Shoes be Worn this- Summer lli windowswhere Rice and- Arnold 23 I CLOTH E S II ffhSS 7zrzjZ THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest andmost stylish goods IIisings Give us a call we can please you both goods and pri- cesStouffer withI Mahler MERCHANT TAILORS 4 7IF 7I 7I 7I7i X 1Richmond E m + Phone 188 + Geraniums Carnations Roses Heliotropes Ferns Asparagus etc Give us a call Prices Reasonable c ALBERT iLeaves its mighty handy to have a fire that can beI lighted in a jiffy the only fuel a match One Turn of a Valve and your fire is started with the striking of aCIf match All e is as easily ped JJfill With Gas Fuel ii there is no coal to carry no ashes no dirt no w Jcoal pails to litter up the kitchen AA Would you like to know about Gas A RICHMOND AC Water t Light Co 3 8 c 4g III L w j II r fi1 s i Lu Land is WealthMore than thatland Is the sourse ofto in tbe sliding Rcale all wealth The ratio of populationUpon whichtermlnld Cut number or land opportunity is gauged snccess de and what is there ult IIS any state In the Union In two State What if threefourths the doubltd In thatpopulltion be oIiminateso on Thats the OpportunitiEs Indian Territory and Oklahoma This condition In the great Arkansas oDf the population of Its capacity vast territory Is suplXrting less than ton thrive f1de by Sidewhere two land ere wheat and eot possibllltie the greates fruit Sfctionln vegetable crops are demonstratedthestory The low ratio of population to country thats only half the main point Theres room for acreagge makes land cheapthats the literature sent on request Success In the great Southwest Illustrated i il ONE FARE Y Plus 2 Dollars For the Round Trip First and Third Tuesdays of each Month The Richmond Climax I WEDNESDAY APR lOOt rDiamonds c Watches Clocks r Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry Vand Precious Stones rfit description lThese are some of the Vto be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clod refuse t- oc go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too j If yon want anything that can he found in a first class Jewelry establishment go c to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles T L E Lane V c Jeweler and Opticia- nS j OLD JOEiWIHSKY Hand male Sour Mash Every drop gu ran teed to t pure Ii i of old stjle manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jiieS4 00 per gallon 10 bottles 5i jajrsf250 5I bottles 8 New Whisky SI 80 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Oki Joe Distillery MeBra3 er novlyr Anderson county Kv Asheville N C center of the beautiful Land of the Skytt A superb elevated the lowe point of which is two thousand f above the IHVH of the sea Situated i the must favorable portion of the ten perate zone The afllniail Governmpnt records o Western North Carolina which 1unimpeachable evidence give the ft lowing avtraneH Spring o54t F IUIII nior 70 72 F Autumn 5X 8 K Uiniei 3887 Fwi II a ni an for ttie wln year of 51 15 K mid a lean relative hti f midity of Inn 65 per cent H S A imural para Use where all IIUIIIHII ills find quick relief Reached only by the Southern Railway r For Land of the booklet Summer Itsort folderetc seid twocent stamp to II Geo B Allen r A G P A St Louis Mo C H Hun erford D P A LouisvjHeiKy BTT O uff O Iflff Worlds Fair Route 0 Natural Gatewayjto ST LOUISand ouisiana Purchase Exoosition TrackXinilTC way of the 585 5 T5 Parlor Dining and Sleeping Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats r Complete Illustrated Folder of the Worlds Fair furnished free on Applicaiion Send lOc silver for copy of the St Louis 4 Worlds Fair March For rates time of trains sleeping or Parlor Car accommodations address any agent 0 P MCCARTY General Passenger Age- ntCincinnati Ohip RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet Is enoueh for usual occasions The family bottle GO cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell thorn Art spring IS nere It is time to have your old vehicle repainted and over hauled and made as good as new VVn will do the work at prices that will sur prise you J Richmond Carriage Works R9tf 8 L MidkiB Prop Goo H Lee G P A Little Rock Ark H I McGuire DPA Howard Jolly TPA Cincinnati 0 PROFESSIONAL OARDS r ATTORNEYS ItoN MILLER ATTOBSCETATLAW RICHMOND KKSTOCTT Omce n the Burnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly J A S JVA ATrORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bantf Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAOLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY ZOffice oyer Taylor Bros Store fACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNdELLOR8 AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office ove Perry Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS RS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS ICHMOND KENTUCKY ice in thf Dr Uobaon building M InStreet DENTAL SURGEBY JT 1attte ttonSOt DENTIST op LOUISVILLE Ky BulldlnkIchmSndt V M Blanton z DENTIST SOOffice iu Bennett Building janly TELEPHONE 195 s 0 Vance D 0 ATS E OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians llobou Building literatim furnished on applicatiut CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday April 13 1904 Tis the Comfort Line Free Reclining Chair Carson the popula- rHenderson Route between Louisville Evansville St Louis The West and Southwest As we are the originators of Free Ueclinine Chair Car service between Louisville ard St Louis dont you think it would pay you in traveling tofjet the Hen derson Route habit It will u- sAsk Us About It L J Irwin Geo L Ganrett GPA T1ALOUISVILLE KY New Finn Having purchased the grocery and moat business of Robert Hurst near L N depot I cordially invite all my friends us well as all patrons of the old firm to call on me when needing any thing in this line I will carry con stantly in stock only the best of goods and my meat market will be supplied with the nices stock to be had and will uphold my reputation for being a neat clean butcher- I also desire to purchase five cows giving from three to four gallons milk per day Again soliciting a share of your patronage I am respectfully Mack M Hamilton East Main street Richmond Ky Phone 17 IGmtf Notice to Creditors AH parties bayIng claims against the estate of C Hunley deceased are requested to file same with the undersigned properly verified on or btfore June 1st 1904 or same will be W 8 HUNLEY Admr New Ltrtrf firm Messrs Joe Collins and Root Walker have opened a firstclass feed and sale stable in the old Adams livery stable on Irirne street and desire a share of patronage in this line Persons who come In from the country and want a place to have their horses fed and cleaned up will do well to take them to this stable These gentlemen are in the market the year round for good horses and per sons having good horses to sell should see Collins and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put them In good selling condition Every body knows what Bob Walker can do with a horse The Collins Walker stable contains forty nice clean roomy stalls and the very best care will be taken of horses put in this stable Remember the place the old Adams stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker 24 feb 8fT Announcements To the Yotm of the Fifth Appelalte Omit DJs bid of Kentucky I AM a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Democra tic party As Circuit Judge it became my duty to tryZIo number of criminal cases which have become a part of the States history and nt a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court it fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the new Constitution as well as to construe the prevent Constitution whenever a controversy irose as to its proper con struction Almost innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corpora tions and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have din charged my duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to determine 1 will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and oflice to which I as pire Very respectfully JAMES E CAN FRILL tf John D Carroll A Candidate for Appellate Judge In this Oitrict Hon John D Carroll of New Castle one of the best known lawyers in the State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this district subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Carrolls friends espec ially in the legal profession have for a long time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in the State He has held several offices of trust and honor and iu all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite a young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member of the eon stitutional Convention and one of tile three commissioners appointed by tile Governor to revise the statute laws of tile State to conform to the vlmngeH made by the constitution and WHO tor three years chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee lie is the editor of Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Practice and Carrolls Kentucky statutes lawbooks that are in general use and that nay be found in the office of every lawyer in the State A man of high integrity great Industry with an extensive and accurate knowledge of the law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe ho would make a splendid I Judge Trimble Democrat tf FOR COXGUKSS We are authorized to unnounde Hon D Ij MCORB of Mercer county us a candidate for Congress in Ihe Eighth District to succeed lion U O Gilbert subject to the aNion of Demixsraiic party Your support is earnestly solicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY- We are authorized to nnnounce W R LET liMIt JR Hianrtidate for County At torney sunject to the action IIf the Democratic are authorized to announce R IL CIMOKK a candidate for OUnty Attorney Mibjeet to th action of hn Urmocratic party We are authorized to announce W R SHACKKLFOKU a Candidate for County At tpruey of Mvlison jonnty subject to the action ofthe Diinocratic pary FOR SHERIFF ne are ai tUinzrd to announce JXO W LLAKD a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County subject to the action of the Democrat- Ic Party We are authorized to announce B B Million candidate for lllierlff of Madison County sub- Ject to the action Democratic Party COJYEnty subject to the Action of the 1emowiitic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce THOS O TDRKY as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the aLtionof the Democratic arty PERKINSMadison county subject to the action of the Democratic party e are autnonztd to annnuno IL W Chat HIt caniidat for Jailer of Madinon com ty subjec to he aciiou of th Democrat party We are authorized to announce D C MadioCountyCYStIc party We ere authorized to announce N B JON e CountyjectWeare authorized to announce J B DOZ1E counlvsnbJectWe are authorized to announce J ROSS a subtMOnATAYLOIt n county subjet to the action of the Democraticparty GPAcounty subject to the action of the temocratlc party ANDERSONIAKBSJailer of Madison county subject tothe action of the Democratic party IIKIcnuntysublectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonCountyic Party eare authorized to announce JRPARKE countysubject TERRIcounty snhject to the action of the Democratic party TDUERSONtheIJemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN Pubticaction of the Democratic parly FEDWARDS totheJOHNNOLAND totheFOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to annouuceJ L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce BUD DUNN lOuntysubject PGOLDENcounty subject to the action ot the Demo cratic party j For Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porch nice front and back yard and a good cistern The house has just been completed hence has never been occu pied For particulars call at this office tf SoDsk aksev- er made to the Southwest via The Rock Island Frisco Systems Are you Interested If so get ready and take advantage of the lowest rato ever made to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories Ticket on sale from Memphis St Louis and Chicago March 1st and 15th April 5th and 19th Call on your nearest ticket agent or address H I McGUIRE District PM tir Cincinnati Ohio e Illinois Central Railroad g Great Reduction in Oneway Rates to Californifornia and the Northwest March J to April 30 J904 5lQ loralls to Los ingeles mi fa Francisco I1ifoiI and return April 22 to May J J904 Proportionately Low Rates from other points Excursion tickets daily to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Social Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central R R Co is lusulnjr circulars concerning fruit growing VeRetable garileninu stock raising dairying etc in the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi atid Homefleker who his name anti ad Louisiana Every Farmer or dress to the undersigned will be wJile free Circulars Ns I to 11 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba and New Orleans apply to nearest rail road agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky r Spring is Comin II That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of WI ffinQIIilID IP 100 to freshen up her home for summer We have every thing and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most massive a u j Bedroom Suits We have also odd Dressers and Washstands Dressing Tubles Chiffoniers Diningroom Furniture Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy Odd Chairs Couches Davenports and everything Come to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Fulland Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not WI Sa OLHAM Wall Paper and Painting We have just received a nice line of the newest patterns in WALL PAPER and shan be glad to have you call and in spect our stock before buying We Have the Goods and the Price to Suit alte We have secured the services of Mr B Sigman who is a practical painter and interior decorator and can have all the paper you buy from us put on If you so desire and will guarantee all work done by him TfWe are also in shape to take jobs of House Paintingiand will be glad to furnish estimates Call and see us before making your con tra- ctsPerry Thomas A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superl stockof f f jt jf f Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautifu Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call ahd we will give yot satisfac- tioxwWhite GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY 8 7 WAR TOYS THE RAGE BOOK IN TOPICAL NOVELTIES I IN LONDON Mimic Reproductions of Japanese Na val Types and Imitations of Sub marine Boats Are Espe dally Attractive Since the outbreak of war in the far east there has been a record boom in war toys and the London toy shops areIfull of topical novelties One new production which is proving very attractive comes from Japan and is called the toy of the hour It consists of various types of the Japanese anvy ancient and modern packed in pretty fancy boxes There are six ships so constructed as to fold up flat and each is a carefully copied model of one of the types of warship which Japan has possessed from the primitive gun boat with the old smooth bore 36pound er of 40 years ago to the perfectly equipped battleship of today The clockwork submarine of which thousands have been sold since the war broke out Is made In Germany The toy is an excellent imitation of a modern submarine and in water it behaves in a thoroughly business like manner rising and diving alternately while with a twist of a screw it can be made to move in any direction The seat of war made in England selling particularly well as indeed lis ought to for in addition to calling considerable skill on the part of the player who has to arrange hundreds of little wooden shapes so as to form a complete map of the far east it is the same time a geography lesson atI sented in an interesting and a formChildren who enjoy a game of soldiers with that effective schoolroom weapon a peashooter can now test the strength of the various arms of the Russian and Japanese forces for there Is a trade In Englishmade soldiers of briskI armies from the Cossack his shaggy steed to the diminutive Jap anese infantryman The JapRussian war game appeals to all as a means of following the movements of the opposing ofrces and those who are somewhat hazy as to which are Japanese and which are Russian strong holds can see them at a glance for the respective possessions are marked with colored flags VOICE SUDDENLY RESTORED Power of Speech of a St Louis MlnI- ister Lost Through an Miraculously AccidentI II Fearful that it might only be an il lusion Rev D E Standard of St Lukes Methodist Episcopal church of St Louisi who five months ago lost the power of speech In a street car accident dared not give way to the feeling that he had sud denly regained the use of his vocal or gans He expressed his thoughts to his wife in sign language and she informed Mr Standards father The father laughingly remarked Well you cant talk but there is no reason why you should not try I Hesitatingly Mr Standard called Mamma and then assured that It was no dream he shouted I can talk His mother who had been too sick to rise from an attack ofthe grip sprang from her couch and ran to her son after which all joined in a service of praise to l Standard was thrown to the ground by the sudden starting of a street lastaOctober and after remaining uncon scious for four days found his power of abIscessit broke That night he enjoyed a good rest and when he awoke the next morn Ing found that his voice had miraculous ly returned to him j ENGLISH SAVED HIS LjFg Viscount Hayashis Ability as an In terpreter Proved of the Great est Value Viscount Hayashi the Japanese min ister to Great Britain spent several years at the University of London and returned to his own country in time to take part in the rebellion of the reac tionaries between 1865 and 1S68 The revolt was put down and the rev olutionists Hayashi and the rest were turned over to the lord high executioner who put them in iron cages un til he got ready to Cut their heads off About that time the mikado happened td be In great need of a man who conld interpret English for him and some body IhGilght of Hayashi The con demned rebel Wild taken from his cage and performed his task so well that the mikado pardoned him and made him imperial Interpreter At that time there were only five or six Japanese who could speak English Was Smart as a Youth A French scientist engaged on a work intended to prove that precocious chil dren ultimately realize the promises of their youth recently questioned celeb rities about their childhood Paul Bour get replied I cannot remember a time when I did not write since I learned to trace letters My memory shows me at the age of six writing a work on insects in Auvergne I can also see myself when scarcely five years old reading Shakespeare Missouris Greatness Kentucky have beautiful st1Louisis perfectly satisfied with the Missouri girl very well pleased with the Missouri mule and boasts the biggest corn in the world I Do YouBurn OQJItl K so why not burn the BESTWe Mountain Ash Jellico and Beattyville I COALSAlso J ttyvillc y CD D R Freeman Mgr Telephone J84 WJK ui Ywfc set Anttr IL I r r r vCL A4 Splendid Opporztzunity To invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property c situated three miles from Globe Arizona Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by th J Arizona Colorado Copper Belt and i Gold Mining and Milling Company which promise to be equal to any of the Ureat lducers in Arizonas wonderful Copper Belt extending worn Jerome to Bisbee and V Absolutely in the Center of the Belt And in the Center of the Globe y r Mining District which as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled in the world r 380 Acres in a compact body with undisputed title No debts of any kind development still going on yin the mot modern and systematic manner ID claims and every claim will be a mine ore ill sight on everyone A Copper Gold Silver antI Lead all in payimr amities with Rood assays in Tin Uranium etc Large r quantities of iron and lime assure reduction of ore on the urunnd Those who dill not buy stock in the great miiiiusr poperlies of Arizonaami other parts of the west when A rit was offered for lOc a share and later on went to S75 per share now buy in theVArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Cot which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and non assessable Pro ceell of stock oes into work for machinery used in mining mid milling and the hoist V intr ftNolutely safe It is not offered as a speculation but ns an investment for it must advance in price For further information address lOST M FOREE Pres and Gen Mgr V Main Office Globe Arizona c a rsnnlItllumst old thing that has been discoved Any girl who thinks as much of a nan as she does of herself will do to tie toITj SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AND WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPINGWITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TO POINTS IN 1 MISSOURI KANSAS S ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY g- I ij OKLAHOMA I a r For descriptive matter through 1 schedules anti other needed tow B tlcalars i mltlrclII38 l CINCINNATI OHIJ Louisville itluliG Riilrtai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAV RICHMOND or versI1I1CIJarenceburff bell 6o am and Cincinnati i l 40 pm for Irvine and Beatty vllle 130 pm TKAlrJS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMam Cincinnati i 1Iltr m From lieattyTilie and Irvine 0D6 a n H R SMITH O F P A KyRRichmond Ky L I Tim Tails Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv I24ft p m ton EXtess sonth bound 1246 p No 6 Clnnati and Livings 125 p m ton Express north bound 155 pm Mo 4 Cinnati and Livings 31S a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Clnnati and Livings 1105 pm ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays villa Accm north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Mays 720 p m ville Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820am No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 pm ford north hound The Missouri Pacifca Railwa- yCompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South ern Railway Co The True Southern Route to California is via the Iron Mountain Route the only line running Pullman Draw ing Room and Tourists Sleepers from St Louis without change to Los An geles and San Francisco Quick time and uptodate service Dining Cars m als a la carte Low rates in effect after March 1 1004 to California and intermediate points Round trip Home Seekers and one way colonist rates to the West and Southwest at greatly reduced rates effective first and third Tuesdays of each month Information cheerfully furnished Call on or address A A Gallagher D P A419 Walnut street Cincinnati Ohio Tour Trip to the Worlds of Fair St Louis in J 904 to insure the Daylight Entrance to theMound City and an unobstruc ted Panoramic view of the Levee and Shipping District of the Fatherof Waters should be made by t- heBig Pow RouteJ Agent WAK1EN LYNCH cLPTACu 1Pt OLio jII JOS D WHITHAM SecTreasurer Branch Offlie 248 Equitable BUI Denver Colorado rr FRANK W Presidentfit IUO rr Low Rates West future you in the wonderful ABRIGHT lands and low priced lands opportunities for you to own own home See for yourself and the home builders the chance there is for you on theI Great Northern Railway following low rates win be in effect March to April 30 From To Great Falls Montana Kalispell Montana Spokane Washington Wenatchee Washington 330011Iany of the IllSiCentral Aicmt no Clark A Vice Btanvh Office Tacoma Bldg Illinois awaits offer your learn from owners and home The To St Paul Chicago 3000 1 3050 ill kddrcss agent Great Northern Ry or MAX BASSlumUrition stchicsgoili III Chicago 2000 2250 IiGelSAINT PAUL MINNEtOTA 4JJIThere is nothing like Good FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biseuits cannot be made without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE BY TIlE Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY A t fkbiCoAc Tazylo4 ui Successor C TAYLOR BROS Has Everything the Farmer needs Cj v for his c Spring Plowing He handles the celebrated Vulcan Plow i And also has Cooking Stoves Ranges etc of the i Latest Pattern and Lowest Prices 11 2 Roofing and Guttering 2 H Specialty GVIE HIM A CALL tEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY atcoxroKAno Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JW1ftd4et r I i f1 r i f r and and youwantkbc eaTTtt1 RICHMOND KY tPHONE 232 1 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet Flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APR 13 1904 Call on S F Rock for Surveying Real Estate and Life Insurance 9ra2m A musical treat next Thursday at the New Opera House Admission COc Shackelford Co sell thR famous Javecka fertilizer from 1600 to 3600 per ton 13atf Why is a kiss like the three graces Its taith to a girl hope to a young woman and charity to an old maid We purchased our vehicles to sell and it yon will only call and get prices we will prove this assertion and make of you an everlasting friend and custo mer tf S L Midkiff Prop D J Simmons of the Kirksville neighborhood sold his farm of 220 awes to a Mr Brandenburg for 100 per acre cash Although this is one of the best farms in that endof the county the price is considered exceedingly high What is the name of the Refrigator and Ice Box that is lined with Granula ted Cork and who sells them in town It is the North Star and can be found at D B Shackeltord Co where it has been for years 13atf Sunday April 17 the L N R R will sell Sunday excursion tickets to Cincinnati and return good going and returningonly on special train leaving Richmond at 630 a m at the rate of 150 round trip Returning special traiu arrives and departs from Fourth street station- T W Hamilton Agent We have never shown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display ill our show room It will pay you to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan ners at moderate prices The best rub her tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L Midkiff Prop In speaking ot Mr Weavers ac ceptance as pastor of the Second Pres byterian church here the Harrodsburg Ho raid gays He tins been pastor of the Assembly church here for the past two and a half years and during that time haM been most energetic and conscientious in the Masters work No minister who has ever been in the field here has been more zealous and untiring in his etfoitB to build up tile church spiritually und tinancially or has met with more success A thoroughly con secratHd Christian and a man of deep study he wilt make a favorable impression wherever lie goes During his pastorate here he anti his estimable family have made many warm person al friends who will regret exceedingly their departure Do You Want to Drive- In a stylishelegant and handsome Buggy PhaetontDepot Wagons Surrey or Runabout thoroughly 3os irnns 16- 5FRESH TheFinishing Toucht You will never np peer properly dres ed without the finishing touch This you willnot have laundryIs To be certain of this send your latin dry to theM N Lexington Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry IBOffice Rice Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofOhargeRemember the grand concert on next Thursday evening at the New Opera House Deputy Sheriff R W Colver went to Lancaster last week where he arrest ed one Welcome Clark wanted here for mule stealing Street Commissioner Martin Gen try is doing Rome good work towards getting the streets of the city pleaned np They are beginning to take on quite a neat appearance Messrs Anderson and Mattingly employed as machinists at the L A shops have arrived with their families and have taken possession of Mrs Lee Maupins new house on the corner of Fourth street anti Glyndon Avenue Shingles For Sale I have a lot of mill shingles for sale tf Jeff Stone Eggs For Hatching from highbred Barred Plymouth Rocks will be sold by me at 50c per setting 01 15 Eggs now readyMrs EP Benton 13alm Union City Ky New Millinery store Mrs Johnnie Williams wishes to in form her friends that she will open a millinery store in the room recenty occupied by Hugh FJnnell She is in the city now purchasing her stock rf goods and will be ready for business by the 20th of this month She solicits You patronage Jewelry at lost In order to close out the stock of jewelry owned by my son Hugh Finnell deceased I will otTer for the next fit teen days this entire stock of goods at cost Special prices offered on cut glass for this week Mrs M E Finnell 13a2t Main St Richmond Ky Joseph Jefferson Mr Joseph Jefferson comes to Lexington Opera House Friday evening April 15 for one performance only He will present a double bill Lend me Five Shillings and Cricket on the Hearth The sale of seats opens four days in advance Orders tor seats must be accompanied by a remittance 6a2t Closes ToNirnt The Queens contest instituted by the Rebeccah lodge will close tonight at ten oclock The successlnl one will be crowned queen at the beginning ot the program tomorrow evening This entertainment promises to be very enjoyable The prices will be 25 snd 32 cts to all parts of the house froperty Sold Mr J W Masters the liveryman has sold his property on second street to Mr J W Farly for 2000 Mr Mas ters also bought from Mr Farly 245 ares of land known as the Allen Tud or farm on the Jacks Creek pike about four miles from this city Price paid was 0000 Eggs Wanted Gott Brothers the Second street pro dJice dealers inform the CLIMAX that they have sent out 500 cases consisting ol 15000 dozen eggs They want in the nexttwo weeks 80000 dozen eggs forcold storage and will pay the highest mar ket prices Persons having eggs to sell will do well to call on Gott Brothers FINEST SUITS i No where not even in the largest cities can be found a finer or more inviting display of New Spring Suits than here Large buying puts us in touch with the greatest clothes makers in the world = the select few whose garments stand at the very forefront of Fit Style and Good Wearing Quality All our finer suits are strictly handmadebroad handshaped shoulders that add style and athletic bearing to the figure hand =sewedcollars that snugly hug the neck and handwrought lappels and coat fronts that- cling close to thechest and retainshape throughout the tc hardest wear trousers with that stylish fit and hang c which mark the highest class workmanship Few r tailors can equal the fit and style of these finest suits Drop in when ycu please and try them on Great + variety of rich handsome patterns from which to make your choice JV 1518 and Finer Fine Dress ShoesWe set out determined to make our store the leading one for mens and X shoes just as it has long been in clothing and to this end we have lsecured control of some of the worlds best brands HANAN SHOES are acknowledged the world round are the finest made for men FLORSHEiM SHOES have no equal in Richmond sav- eHanansourWALKOVERIine stands without an equal in the e 350and ourcc 2 250 3 350 4 5 550 6 And boys Fine Shoes too in great variety at the lowest prices 1 c Y t t s 4 i4V Faim Purchased Mr Liberty Cox of EetiU county same down last week and bought these Dave Simmons farm near Kiikaville ed fillet farm contains 221 acres and the chislong time been one of Estills most iUbbiautial citizens He will be warmly welcomed to our Changed We desire to call the attention of our readers to the changed advertisements jf tile following Covingtou Banks Stouffer Mahler Owen McKee Ww U OiUnam J L Watson 0 F Brower Kentucky Carriage Works State Bank Trust Co and Albert the florist Kead each one of them and profit there by Notice To Mioe Wearers Mr Edw Fraiiken representing The 0 Potter Shoe Co will be at the Glyndou Hotel on Apr 13th 14th with a lullu line of samples of mOils womens and childrens footwear A cordial invita e tion in extended to the people of Rich moud and vicinity to call and inspectn them during that time et POTTBII SHOE Co It Cincinnati 0 A Complimentl liOddMonday night and initiated a numberH ol candidates for the lodge in Ihey tire liiud in their piaise of thel chOlpltalJlehands of tile Richmond bruthcn andI say they WIll uever forget the many courtesies extended Richmond cerhtainly knows how to treat visitors no one can go there without at nome Central Ordinance No Saloon Keeper shall open his place of business until 4 oclock a iiioind shall close same promptly at 12 m each night and shall allow no person totenter same or to remain in Saloon bettween the hours of twelve and four am under a penalty of ten SlOOO for each oUenReIProvided the attachee of saloon may remain in sameID R TEVIB Mayor Attest W H WIIITB City ClerkSGolf Gab With the opening of spring and pretJty weather athletic and out door are much thought of A golf club is one of the recent organizations 1r8I D Hates Slvackelford has been elected d President Mr J J Greenleaf Secre tarv and Professor James Barrett Treasurer Great interest is being manifested and the membership is growing As soon as possible links will be selected and laid off and there is promise of much enjoyment from this game during the comma season Released Mr W W Hawea who bits been con fined in the county jait here for several weeks past was released last week from- cuatody and is now with his family in West Virginia It will be rememberpd that Mr Hawes was charged with the lamentable death of Mr Sam Rains and was held over from the examining trial to await the action of the grand jury That body after hearind all the testimony failed to return an indict mentsnd the prisoner was allowed hi treedom Another President Elected On last Thntsdny the Board of True tees of Central University met and elected Frederick W Hmltt D D Ph D of Falifleld Iowa to the ctiair of Presi dent of that college to succeed the late Dr W H Roberts Dr Hlnett is thirty seven years old and IB said to be one of th most brilliant men in Iowa For- three years he has served as prelliderit- of Parsons College at Fairfield A com mlttee of the Board of Trustees will regardIbe known whether he accepts the place or not His electiou was unanimous JL d Concerting Fruit Mr J Bruce Adams the Waco nur man says that the trusts have kill some of the peaches The crop however will be plentiful and the erry crop will be about half Have You Bought Your Spring Scit If not do not until you have seen ur line of Alfred Benjamin Cos rrect clothing for men We have eryThln for men and boys use MenV suits 860 to 80 Mens raii coats 10 to 30 Largest line of hats neck ear shirts and all kinds of furnishf ing goods in Central agents for Youmans hats Louis Gus Straus Lexingtons leading Clothiers and Fine Tailors A bully ColIdenceI How true it is that conscience cowards of us all A dispatch from Martinsville hid says ExGov rnor Taylor is iu this city for his health He wears a haunted and wor ed look upun his face In his pock he carries a small capsule of prussic acid and declares should Kentucky uthorities come to arrest him he will swallow the poison Mr Taylor scarce y ever leaves the hotel at night When e does he carries several revolvers walks in the middle ot the street e constantly imagines be is being ap strainIby suspense iitettse fear of incarceration has told on the nervous system of the ex over nor He visits Martinsville from his onie in Indianapolis frequently to reoI cuperate his health in taking theaters Knights Templar Elect Officers On last Tuesday the regular meeting f the Richmond Comandery Knights Templar was held and the annual nlec ion of officers took place Past emi Commander Frank Johnson ol Frankfort was present and conducted h Installation services The follow tig is a list of officers for this year J W Hamilton Eminent Comman er W R SliHckelford Generalissimo R W Miller Captain general Rev McLellan Prelate J G Bosley enior Warden JT Jackson Junior Warden Geo D Simmons Standard A D Miller Sword Bearer oe Tenill Warden Ed D Ballard Sentinel J H Higgins Secretary R Human Treasurer The State con ave will be held in Frankfort on the 17 and 18 of May during which time the Richmond Commander will holda reception at the residence of Chief Justice A R Burnam Tills promises to be a most elegant affair It is earnestly desired that a large number of Knights and ladies will go from here to the Concave Acquitted Frank Kirby was acquitted by a Jury In the Madison Circuit Court last week of the charge ot breaking Into the depot at Fort Estlll on the night of December 24 1002 Alfred and Riley Shepherd were arrested together with Kirby and Albert Searcy on the same charge The Shepherd brothers admitted that they broke into the depot but said they were alone and that no other person was with them Notwithstanding their- confession and their positive statement that neither Searcy nor Kirbv were with them a jury at the last April term of court found Albert Searcv gilltyand he is now confined in the penitentiary serving a fouryear sentence for a crime which the parties who admit committing the crime say he is innocent J C and D M Chenault repre seated Kirby and through their dili genes facts were presented to the jury which led to his prompt acquittal and has caused many ot our citizens cho heretofore thought that possibly Searcy was ui1tv now believe that an juno cent Ipllnis being punished and is serv ing time in the penitentiary for a crime he did not commit I SHIRTSt ftf J 1 J11 new spring stylesIts hard to beat our Shirts in fact we dont think you can do itno matter where you look Here are the choicest selections of patterns of every con ceivaole kind of the rarest beauty in fine negligees at SOc 75c 100 150 And a matchless stock of good WORK SHIRTS cut full and roomy with long sleeves and tails at SOc Try our Shirts House for Rent or Sale I have in my hamli rr sale or rent the property of Jo S Joplin on Maui street Any one desiring to inspect same can do so by applying to the un dersigned at the State Bank Trust Co L P EVANS ISatf Read This Mrs will who resides on East Main street two doors from Collins street will be glad to do plain sewing at home Site is a neat hand the needle and will be very grate ul for work of this kind Opening On next Wednesday and Thursday the Owen McKee Dry Goods Company will give an opening Their handsome remodeled storeroom is now complete they invite their friends to call On Wednesday evening April 20 they will receive from 731 to 10 On Thursday the 21 they will be open from 8 in the mowing until 6 in the evening There will be music and the occasion promises to be enjoyable All kinds of pretty new goods will be on display Be sure to go to MrlCees opening flex Wednesday and Thursday Completed It is possible that few of our people realize that oce of our citizens Mr H B Hanger is connected with one of the largest contracting companies in the world Mr Hanger is well up on alli the arts of engineering and hits won Diimv laurels in this lute of work Since November1901he has been personally superintending the construction of the great lorresdale Coduit at Philadelphia which has just been completed According to the Philadelphia North American this is the greatest work of its kind in the world and is driven at a depth of 100 feet under ground through rock soil and for a portion of the way under the Delaware river It is the great waterway which will supply water to a million and a quarter of people and has a capacity Of 400000000 gallons per day Mr Hanger is being congratulated by his friends as this great work has at all times been en tirely unxler his general supervision E K Wilson of London former County Attorney ol Laurel County was paroled last week by the State Board of Prison Commissioners It will be re called that Wilson woe sent to the Peni tentiary in April 1901 charged with the death of Marv Cioyd a domestic at the Catchings hotel which resulted from a criminal operation He has served three years of the five allotted to him and is now paroled B W Turner proposes to inaugurate an era of un matched Weekly Special Sales which opportunitiesand Madison county On x Thursdays of each week special lines will be offer ed for CASH at prices which must appeal to you The Entering Wedge of this series of price reduction special sales will place upon our coantera on Thursday 14White Goods in endless variety quantity and quality Washable Dress Goods Shirt Waist materials Mercer tzd Oxfords etc dainty and artistic Thursday following April 21 the special vlll be tQH greatest Silkand Dress Goods in styles the latest at prices thri lowest Remember the days Thursdays of each week always new at priceslSa4m 4t The Infirmary Question IN ancther column will be found the Council proceedings that body P havingmet on last Thursday eveningI One of the important came before that body was the 600 allowance which has been given by at the city to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary for a number of years past Ona every side we hear of rew grot ovor the refusal of the Council to to make tIld allowance this year and no ne regrets this actibn more deeply than docs the CLIMAX yet we feel er t hit the gentlemen who opposed this donation did so after careful consid 8rations had been tee deeply touched by the recent smallpox epidemic and other expnsos to permit this allowance for tharityehistoryof Infirmary is too well known to need repeating here Since 1892 when the building and grounds were do nated by liOn B J Clay for an in rirmary t II good women of the town- swith the assistance of interested friends an he city and county have I fiarried Jlon part directors mid there have been times of darkest gloom through which the institution has passed But by united prayers and untiring efforts it has lived on doing untold good and we have pointed to it always with a feeling of gmat pride The Infirmary has been a reat blessing in our midst a place wli re the poor and needysick of both ct v and county can go and receive tb very best medical attention a d careuil nursing The amount given by the city and county is only a part of the expense Incurred in run ting such an institution but without his assistance it will be impossible for the ladi s to carry on the work We feel that it will be a black eye to this city aid county to allow such a noble and charitable work as this to cease and tot this is the question which confonts the board of managers Shall we continue in trying to keep open the doors of the Pattie A Clay Infirmiry or shall we close its doors It Is sincerely hoped that some means may be devised whereby the work may be carried on Not un til we are wthout the Infirmary will the community large realize its loss Again we savdo not allow so noble an undertakingone which has become part of our city and county to shut down but rally to its support Let some measure be taken whereby the Pattie A Clay Infirmary may live long and prosper The Way They talldIIThe Qneens contest the Rebecca Lodge is running as fol lows Mallie Clause ICC Josephine Schmidt 122 Callie Adams 8 Annie Kennedy iO Bernie Taylor Oj Annie Broaddas 1 Miss Balhud 1 Miss Oliver 440 Goes To Stanford Rev Gilbert Glass formerly in charge of the Broadwell and Boyd churches but now of Glasgow has cepted a call to the church a Stanfifd He will take charge iu May Cvnthlana Democrat Mr Ulnfn is well known here where his father hey Harvey Glass was for- mallY years pastor of the Fire t Presby terian church of this city He was educated at Central University and was a general favorite He isa rising young iwith n Cheaper Suits Our stock of low priced Suits is not excelled in any market Not trashy merchandise simply for the sake of cheapness tout strictly reliable Suits made of durable cloth with good linings and honest inside construction These Fit Right because in the first place they are correctly cut and made and our assortment of sizes is so complete and so accurately adapted to men of every shape and build that its easy to find a perfect fit And we keep a good tailor on the spot to make tny necessary alterations free of charge every suit must fit right no matter how low the pricethats one of our strong points A great collection to choose fromblacks blues grays and beautiful color combinations of every kind made up in the most attractive spring styles at very low prices for such quality 5 650 8 10 1250 Easy Plow Shoes If theres any man on earth entitled to comfortable shoes its the man who follows the plow all day And weve got the very thing for him Made of soft tough leather flexible bottoms double sewed with strongest thread and rivited no tacks no pegs no sore feet nor ugly words but as easy and comfortable as an Indians mockasin See them 1050TTGreatest stock ot good every day Shoes in Madison county bought direct from manufacturers instead of jobbers thus saving one profit for you Try our shoes And Boys Work Shoes also at the lowest prices IJh iIIIflOUR CLOTHING FITS countyoAdvertlsemcntsco HtJlordv dollarst Montgomery something expressions Presbyterian Suits Announces For Assessor Elsewhere in todays CLIMAX will be lound the announcement of Mr lloyd Wagers for Assessor of Madison ounty subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Wagers is too well known to the Democracy of Madi son county to require an introduction our hands he having always been a true and tried Democrat As a farmer nd stock dealer he has had dealings itha majority of the farmers and business men of Madison while his congenial and agreeable manners have won for him friends among the young men of the county If elected to this important office Mr Wagers will discharge the duties with credit to him 01f as well as to his constituents He- olicits and will appreciate the vote of every Democrat in Madison county Special Rates via L N The following special rates are in ffect via L N R R on the dates named below Season excursion tickets will be sold daily commencing April 25 and con tlnnin during the exposition good to return until December 15 1904 51776 Sixtyday excursion tickets will be old daily commencing April 25 and continuing luring the exposition with nal limit sixty days from date of sale but in no case later than December 15 90l14S0Fifteenday excursion tickets will be sold daily commencing April 25 and continuing during the exposition with final return limit 15 days from date of sale31335 Coach excursion tickets limited to leave St Lous not later than ten days from and including date of stile will be Hold for all trams on May 19 aud 31 at the rate of 025 andy Fulling The ladies of the Kirkaville Preby terian church will give a candy pulling at the above place on April 22nd from 3 oclock to 10 p m This IB for a gooo cause and should be well patronised Hofifck AccIdent On last Saturday morning an accident occurred in the yards of the L A N railroad the sight of which sickened and made tremble strong men and which resulted in the death of little Mary Kirby the eight erold daugh Jer of Mr and Mrs Frank Kirby who reside in the eastern part of the eky It seems that the child in picking ap coal along the track was unconscious of a freight train which was doing stvio switching in the yard Calls of by standers only seemed to confute the little one and before assistance co old reach her the huge iron monster struck her killing her instantly The par enls in their grief and misfortune havo the sympathy of all Below is published the verdict of the coroners jury We the jury find that Mary Kirby cattle to her death by a freight ear in the L N yards Richmond Ky running over her body while the train was doing some switching or work in said yard From the evidence before us we also find that the accident was not the result of any carelessness or neglect of duty on the part of the railroad employees but simply one of the unfortunate hud sad affairs which occasionally happens H F linker John Alliimn J R Parke- R W Nelson Thee Million C D Samuels Cor circuit Cot The following cases have been its posed of in the Circuit Court since ur last issue Common wealth against John Nolan eoWed common gambling 100 anti vet Commonwealth against Thee Mizc ivrnMiing liquor to minor O alld- oRB Commonwealth against Jerry Kay Ior obstructing highway not guilty Commonwealth against Howard SwitzerasMidt ad battery not guilty Commonwealth ligainet Mac Lane shoot i ne on highway 80 and cost Commonwealth against Jno Masters cuttitg in sodden heat and passion 100 and costs- Commonwealth ngainet Wm Issacs shooting on highway 10 days in jail Commonwealth against Frank liar rani furnishing liquor to minor not guiltyCommonwealth against John Evans shooting on highway 60 and costs Commonwealth against Henry Carr concealed weapons not guilty Commonwealth again Saint Lacks unlawful sale of liquor 50 each in four eases and f20 each in three casts Commonwealth against I E Creed ete gaining judgement against Creed and Wilks Creed and Melvin Rhodus th each Comfort to the sick from bathing m described III Caw of Invalids sued by the Medical Department of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York This book is sent on re quest to those who address the Home Oftice of the Company Nassau Cedar William and Liberty Streets New York City It iLJI Ylome 4aaz = jlIij 1L Ii 1J1 We cordially invite all iJ to be guests A Wednesday Evening Thursday Morning Afternoon j 1E3I + +++++++ IIJ I Music 44j1i Iil ++++++Evening of April 20 from 730 till J000 Thursday April 2J from 8 a m till 6 pm I IL1 I1 IJ-J1 hL1A t IiI III it1llij11 CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c iL II II ff t r rtI- IrI wqTg Tt z = i i = 1 t iC17ry MrfL fTO f 6 = = TI t uw L RUwEVANS JR HAewitAND Firm I t A MagnJlclent Stock ofGoods I Everything for the home beautiful I can be found in our store t r rIeverybody g and our prices will suitI I1 J We are at home at Joplins old stand on t l Main street and we guarantee the best t and most polite attention pr give us a call i Crutcher Evans I cMain Street Richmond Ky r3 We will use this space for the next six months to advertise our tine mill work interior finishes hardwood IHoors etc Write usI Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Company E Main C O R R LEXINGTON KENTUCKY t N 18 UpperJ L WATSON Price Reductions Extraordinary For this week great attractions in KftHily t Wenr Suits Skirts Drv GntxiK the SpriiiK Smartest Styles So etfaeiive in ilesiicn mid finish so jaunty and attractive are these Heady to WHr JurntHiii that one mav pv a rilitit Mrte and workmanship Iwitig tht bent tint mtiMyfl liuy Our prices are the lowest inl you arn invited to in kIWash Goods Linen Suitings 0 gaudies 2 tttoii Vtil Itrrnt fut thi s moi OMtI iim li work t whit or eolors 25c Kiunrwl and lerfecllvIjFlltfIisclI lk this nea ona designs in a f art of desirable elfects at pr atlv lefR than regular vHue Unu tUtil vnlucc in Kluck Dress Goods un t ++ AT+ IN and most of that can be Genuine Water TapI 3 St n to All pirtlM having claims against T A Robinson notified file same with the 4 property verified on or before April 1804 tuune will JAS 8 Office Crntcbertk Evana furniture store 17Cm f l A Kentucky of Suitings ISmart New Tvee 38 inchet wide 4 5c lifrht weight and juM till IIIH terial lor a street mit or traveling drewj Knulish Worsted 50 ii dies wile real value SI lor 75c pr vzid Wool rashes plain and fancy r1a inches wide regular SItvalue for Dae All wool Voile new sprint shads 40 inches wide 50o Eta mine Veils brown gray IIHVV and tan 44 inches wiile worth 150 for SI Block anti colored inches wide ofl and Ijc Jrepe de Paris all colors and black 9S Sale of Umbrellas ailies 2i inch all silk nat urnl liaiulle pieel roil regular S3 value for 235 Undnella 2 i5 Hold silver aid jilin metal Him nie l made of Park in National Silk r enlar S6 anil H jieods for this pale S4 50 and S475 Mens 28inch Ins Park silk Sf trade 350 I adies Dressmak ing by Madam Walker L WATSON 1SCO North Upper Lexington l r W lJ t J 4 W n I 7F7i T When you guing to Nttx Paint use iPRfPARm HOUSE PAINT i- r It is uneq lulled for Durability Finisht i THE BEST Mth y VAL BLATZ QN5 + Louisville + + For Sale by W L LEEDS Richmond Ky Filli 1 I 7 JONES BERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN TOWN Coolest refreshing drinks found dispensedby Saratoga Kept on Phone Second Notice Creditors are to let or be bard at er J g tH1J rsIaIc Lexington Suitincs coloring an icilinn50 Special umhrellu S3SOHDC1S4 Umbrel Tailoring Artistic designed J Kv 7f 7I are 1 and Ky 71 ffi CALL dation undersigned ORUTCttERi specially KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew II FOR CONSUMPTION ISOc Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK IFor sale hv R 0 Stockton Reduced Rates to the West and Southwest via Southern Ry Hound trip Homep kprs arid one way Colonist rIPM in pfiWt on first and third Tuesdays in PIIIh month Call oil or address T W CREWS Trav Pass Agent 8SE MainSL Lexington Ky For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1No2 No3 No5 No6No No8 NoSNo NonNo No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 29 No 30 A twostory frame residence contain Ing8 rooms and two halls in Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 500 less than original cost A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets In Rich mond lias all uecessary outbuild 4nir great bargain for anyone de siring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court bouse A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain JIM will buy a good tpwn lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price SIHI Oood and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other Im provements In fine locality Price- 500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improve ments Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 Four cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 each lood cottare In firstclass condition ilsterd etc Price 300 Nice residence containing seven rooms in resident portion of ctiy Large and garden and all necessary outbuildings Price Good lot suitable for business bouse can be bought cheap- A four room cottage and seven acres of lnd live aires in grass and two in garden good orchard and grape arbor nil necessary out building Tills property is situated In n thriving villnge where churches J500 Smil schools ure convenient Price One of the nicest resiliences In Richmond rontnlning eght rooms and relln Inbes prtin of city Lot OOx2o feel Price 2501 residence In good neighborhood Lo 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for any otip desir mgxn ideal home One cf th best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 Two lot 20xl60 feet In good neigh borhood Price Cotage on a nice resident street COlIlnlnlng four rooms and necessary mitlmiliings Cnn bf iur chHsed an the installment plan A great bargain at 1100 Will oalnt resilience for purchaser An ideal cottage lot five rooms beautiful ard and All neeesary- ouIIulldingsiicludtng good stable anti cistern Price Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser Nice residence on a 4acre lot con taining even rooms and two porches situated in bEt residence portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out Ixilld ings A great liargain for anyone ile lringa nice home Farm containing 90f acres eight milfR from this city This nnd is all in grass and is Al good farm and Is well watered There is on this land a small residence ad other necessary outbuildings Locality het in county Flour and grist mill Anderson county SBbarrel capacity tHiRd ing i 3 stories covered with iron built 8 yars ago Steam and water power the latter three mono h of the year It is nn uptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn and meal bult 14 acres with the mill inclu1 lug whHt is with Ihe hose of 5 rooms All forKSO or 5500 for the mill and the acres Onehalf cash Has fine trade No mill in miles Also a fiOhflrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Salt river Steam power new uptodate in every- partleular and good dwelling with improvements and 20 acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price acres of Florida land in Mannvllel on railroad Street through place leaving 5 acres on one side with 2 story 5roooi house and oranges eache petirs plums grapes bearig and 6 acres on oth er side with 6roomt story house oranges peaches pears plums grapes etc all for WU or the 6 acres for or the o acres for 1100 336 acres in Allen county Ky on railroad and pike abont 80 acres cultivated about 15 III timber and grass and about 150 in grass Tim ber on place is cut to inches but shlngleatiesfor tlie place twice over A large la fence There are 4 dwell hugs nf rooms each and one store of two tories with rooms above has wells and springs for water Is in growstohaccofor 2200 Onehalf rash A handsome twostory frame dwpl inz containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and coldwater basement under entire house good yard and all necessary outbuildings Bps location in Richmond for hoarding house Following Special Rates in Effect via L N One way Colonist to the Southwest February 16 March and 15 aprIl 6 and 19 also to Kansas and Missouri on same dates J W Hamilton Agent TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence folfo IjjjjljIL4lnitHjI Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbuckle t Simmons Nearer Hamilton- O Finnel J W Masters I V Whitlock lohnBUpp Burton Roberts J W Teater J W Prewitt L A Wearren C McWharter BIckner Early ITCoT R cbmond Vaco Red House Valley View Rntbton Paint Lick KIrksvIlle EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS ft4 TRADE MARKS DEslGusvnAcAnyone lending a sketch and description may quICklY ascertain our opinion wbetber an ommunleatlonlStrictlyconDdentlaL lent free Oldest agency for aecurlolr patent receIverptd4lScientific jmtericati A handsomely Illustrated weekly Jjirpcst circulation of any sclentloo Journal Terms S3 ayear four months ft Sold by all newsdealers YorkBranch WeaK HeartseveryoneIndigestiononlytraeablegestion All food taken Into the atomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthatdelicateMrDKaubIaof Nevada OMTS I had stomoch Soubla and was In a bad state as I had heart trouble otirthsKodol Digests What Yoa Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervoin strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only trWalzePnptnA by L 0 DWITT A CO OH10AQO For sale byPerry ThomaaJ i OCTOPUS IN TIDE GAUGE Marino Omcials at Port Simpson B C rind EightyPound Monster In Their Begister A devil fish has been caught under remarkable circumstances at Port Simpson B C by George Rudge the officer In charge of the tide gauge there The gauge Is a small selfregistering instrument placed in a sheltered box on a wooden column or tide well made of a plank placed against the side of the wharf This well is about fifteen Inches square and extends from about three feet above the top of the wharf to five or- tsix feet below the level of low water The well Is made water tight to keep out the wave motion with the exception ol a small Inlet In one side near the bottom onehalf inch In width This ad mits the water and also keeps out all foreign matter that might Interfere with the working of a sixinch copper float which is suspended Inside This float Is attached to one end of a copper cordi which passes over the pulley wheel ofI the Instrument and on the other end Is a counter weight of lead For several weeks this cord was continually breaking and much of the record ot the tides was lost Thinking that something must be catching the fioatI as it rose and fell with the tide the ob server in charge was ordered to open the top of the column and ascertain the trouble Instead of finding something projecting from the side of the well Tie discovered a devil fish trying to climb up the sides This at once explained the breaking of the wire The octopus was evidently catching the float and break Ing the copper cord After two hours hard fighting the oc topus was finally fished out onto the wharf by means or spears Its weight was SO pounds and the arms were from eight to nine feet In length The ques tion Is How did the octopus get there The only opening was the oneIhalf Inch Inlet at the bottom of well The devil fish must have got in when very small and kept on growing until he became strong enough to do the damage mentioned The gauge has only been in operation one year and supposing the fish to have been washed In when first placed there its growth at that rate is about eighty pounds a year Another puzzle Is what the devil fish lived on TWO NEW LIFESAVERS French Motor Boat That Cannot Sink and Belt That Is Always in Place The first motor lifeboat ever built in France has just been launched at Port La Rochelle and Is now the subject of no end of discussion among sailors The boat is propelled by a 12horsepower en gine In which petroleum Is used for fuel and in an ordinary sea Is with a speed of 25 miles an creditedI lines of the boat are like those and it is equipped with airtight compartments that the builders say will keep it afloat in the heaviest seas Part of the boats equipment consists of a lot of new life belts These have Just been invented and the initial experiments have proved them to be vastly superior to the oldtime life belts made bagsIlast month and In every case has given the best results Men wearing the belts Jumped into the water head first but Invariably came to the surface head at the top and remained thus without the least movement of the body Experts say the buoyancy of the nev belt IP sufficient to keep anyone above water for many days FORETOLD HIS INSANITY Southern Pacific Section Foreman Has Premonition of Dementia and Prepares for It After instructing his companions to bind him and voluntarily giving himself into their hands C E Garthy a section foreman employed by the Southern Pa cific in the Santa Susanna tunnel became violently Insane The man felt his mind giving way and apprehensive of his conduct called his men to him and inI should be tied Hardly had they made him secure when his mind completely gave way He struggled and tore at his bonds and it was evident If released he SoIthat his efforts were fruitless Sheriff McMartin was immediately summoned to attend to the man and brought him to the county Jail Garthy is evidently a welleducated man He has a daughter and relatives in Michigan Cradle That Cost a FortuneI An interesting gift Just presented to the Musee Carnavalet of Paris Is the cradle of the prince imperial The cradle was the gift of the city of Paris to the Empress Eugenie in 1856 Designed by Baltard it is of rosewood and takes the shape of a ship At the prow figures the imperial eagle and at the stern rises an allegorical statuette In silver representing the city of Paris and holding aloft a crown from which the curtains hang No fewer than three artists collaborated in the construction of the cradle which cost the city of Paris 160000 francs Three Who Mean BusinessI The probate judge at Independence recently issued three marriage licenses on the application of women who came unaccompanied to his office Perhaps the much talked of leap year privilege says the Kansas City Jour nal may be more than a newspaper joke alter all Those who denou ce miwv as curse are always anxoiK to move the curse come home to roustINotice to All persons having claim against the estate- of WTHarris decd are hereby nntlBed lo file same legally verified with he imdrigntd on or before April 21 or same will be barred HAMU RICE TTH1I We have rnovncl IIlIr produce business from i he East Eul of Main Btrne1 to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will he glad to wel come our friends anti patrone We will continue to nay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce Jive us l call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Se I2Pjanlv IfTLouisiana An ideal country for cheap homes and at 5 410 115 per acre grows ttigrassesfrllltStock range 10 months in f o year Soiiihttatil Missouri Arkunni Ix u IMHIIH HIII Texas ars flll of ospti tu iltisthe cliniHto i mild the soil is rich tint lands isiS ohep Low Hum SIrs tales I about half fare wits to ecMort14kwice T laH Fo eriiive pSIf maps anil excursion aes writ lo L O SCHAEFER T P A tio lul i Is inti O K K u strait and lAiimn 1ariinli Iitivp opened flrMilHSK livery stable on Iviiie sIre hetw5iI second and Iliitd anil nlc the Millic fir H h fire nf their patronage Both are txpeI rienred workmen JSaiiBfaciiim uii tel li alI rorRent desire to rent for the vea194 n HHidw wiin K iul tfHrden Hint rk smith ulinp at Koxtiiwn For further arllUU Irs calliii lit aIlris John W Wilson 25itf FIIWII Ky ON ROLLERS A Church Will Be Moved to Accommodate the Congregation Rockport Ky April SThe Meth odist Episcopal church in Yelvlngton will be placed on rollers and hauled to the town of Powers 10 miles dis tant The change is to be made because the majority of the congregation live in the vicinity of the latter place and have requested that the church be located there The work of moving the building will begin at once and it is estimated that it will cost 1000 to complete the job As the building Is a largo and handsome structure Its moving will be attended wjth some dIf- ficulties but it is expected that these will be happily overcome REMARKABLE CASE Son of a Judge Says He Is Unable to Resist Temptation Greenup Ky April SA remarkable case of juvenile criminality was before the circuit court here Thursday Heath Temple only 14 years old the son of Judge and Mrs O G Temple of Russell was Indicted for burglary All efforts on the part of the parents to stop his wild career have proved futile The boy says that he can not resist the impulse to do wrong His father a stern jurist has hopes of reform by allowing the law to take its course notwithstanding the suffer ings thus inflicted on himself and Mrs Temple Child Swallowed a Nail Newport Ky April 8The three yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Au gust Schweld of Tenth street swal lowed a nail about an inch and a halt long Tuesday and It lodged crossways in the bowels The nail was removed by physicians after a delicate opera tion The child will recover War Declared By Distillers Louisville Ky April 8 The straight whisky distillers of Kentucky have declared war on the rectifiers and blenders Should the latter attempt to invalidate the law taxing rectified whisky the former will attempt to have a lew passed making rectifying Illegal In Kentucky State Capitol Commissioners Frankfort Ky April 8The state capItol commissioners composed of the governor and the four other prin cipal state officers met with Auditor Hager absent C M Fleenor of Bowl Ing Green was elected superintendent of construction at 2000 per year Henry Temple Acquitted Paducah Ky April 8Henry Tem pie a prominent miller of Maxons this county was acquitted of murder In the circuit court He stabbed Rob ert Stealman his engineer The dead mans widow has sued him for 10000 damages Shot and Wounded His Wife Mt Sterling Ky April 8 Clarence Snedaker it is alleged engaged in a quarrel with his wife at Owingsville and shot her twice One bullet entered the side and another the thigh She is in a serious condition Snedaker escaped Three Men Injured In a Wreck Middieshoro Ky April SA train load of coal on the Stony Fork railroad Jumped the track on a steep grade and plunging down the mountainside buried three trainmen beneath the debris One was killed the others will recover One Man Killed Middlesboro Ky April SIn a wreck Thursday on the Stony Fork division of the Louisville Nashville George McCoy was killed Engineer Thornton Ed Williams trainman and Section Boss Morton were seriously hurt IA Mayor Tenders His Resignation Mt Sterling Ky April SMayor C H Bryan tendered his resignation because of the failure of the city coun cil to dismiss Chief of Police Wilson for alleged unbecoming conduct This action has created a profound sensa tlon The Martha Mill Destroyed By Fire Owingsville Ky April 7News reached herethat the Martha mill In Fleming county owned by Paxton Sanders had been burned with a lot of flour causing a 4000 loss with 2 000 insurance The mill was built in 1810 Died In Prison McKee Ky April SJames Glass Harrison who was serving a two years term in the penitentiary and whose time was up last Tuesday died of consumption on that day and his body was brought here for burial In the Hands of Trustees Mt Sterling Ky April 8Dobblns Edmonds dry goods merchants have gone into the hands of R A Chiles trustee Liabilities 8000 as sets about 10000 A disagreement of partners was the cause Declared For An Qpen Shop Louisville Ky April SThe mas ter printers of Louisville have broken oft negotiations with the printers union and declared for an open shop The printers still declare their faith IB a successful strike Injured in Explosion Newport Ky April 8An incandes cent lamp exploding In the hand of Ernest Mariner son of L A Mariner of this city Thursday night may cause him to lose his hand and the sight of one eye Awellconstru ted brick house will eutiast one built of granite h JTBIP ARNOLD ROME RELIC HUNTERS RAm KANSIONJ OE EAMOTTS AMEBICA1T Was One of the Oldest landmarks of New Raven Conn Interest Ing History of Famous Building Relic hunters have attacked the Bene llct Arnold mansion one of the oldest andmarks in New Haven Conn andI ire carrying away pieces of the old man Ion for historical treasures The fate if the old house was sealed a few days go by the present owners a wholesale umber concern which felt the imperaI live need of more room for its lumber The Arnold mansion stood upon the space of land that was required and the owners ordered the building torn downFrom everywhere treasure hunters have flocked to the building taking away pieces of oak timber and other material that made up the old house Some of the more valuable pieces such as ancient mantelpiece the door and theI Ings have been bought by antiques while the owners have presented to the New Haven Colony Historical society the front door of building and an old transom thoI quest of souvenirs have been content with pieces of the timber hand wrought nails and whatever could be most con veniently carried away This is the second raid that has been made on the Arnold mansion within seven years When its present owners first came into possession of the prop erty alterations were made upon the building in order to make It adapted for the storage of lumber While these changes were going on a great many pieces of the choicest materials In the house were taken away but many re mained to be removed now Even the bricks of the old fireplace and those of a subterranean tunnel In thehouse which It Is related was built by the traitor to furnish a secret exit from the house are being carted away by the truck load by persons for speculative purposes Out of the old house dealers in antiques hope to save enough to pay them well for their efforts The Arnold house was in many respects the most famous house In New Haven It has long been in a state of dilapidation and although for several years it was used only for a woodshed It remained Intact and Its general appear ance was the same as in Its palmiest days In 17741800 The house was built by Benedict Arnold in 1771 Arnold was a native of Norwich Conn but came to New Haven to en gage In the drug trade In 1761 He first resided in George street and kept a drug shop When he removed to the Water street house he was a merchant man and had three vessels sailing from the West Indies 1777 the Arnold house was one of the handsomest in the town and it was the scene of much gayety al though Arnold was not admitted to the best society It stood in a row of fine mansions with French roofs mullioned windows and carved gables In the attic was a secret vault where it Is alleged Arnold stored the goods he smuggled In the cellar was a massive chimney place and wine cellar Arnold lived there until 1775 when he left for the front at the head of a local militia company When Arnold committed his act of treachery at West Point the town was ablaze with wrath and an effigy of Arnold was burned In public The mansion was confiscated by the United States government In 1782 and sold to John Prout Sloan Noah Webster the lexicographer bought the house In 1798 and resided there until 1807 He began his dictionary In the southwest room on the first floor The house changed bands many times after ward and was at one time known as the Hunt house- CHICAGO HEALTHIEST CITY Returns Show a Lower Death Bate Than ElsewhereLondon a Close Second Chicago Is the healthiest large city in the world according to a statement Is sued by the Chicago health department in comparing the death rate with that of LondonFor Berlin has been a close second to Chicago in the competition for a low death rate but London has now supplanted her- Londons estimated population for 1903 is given as 4513812 with a death total of 72109 the death rate per 1000 therefore being 1562 Chicagos esti mated midyear population was 1885000 with a total of 28915 deaths including the Iroquois fire victims making the death rate per 1000 1534 or only 17 per cent less than London In spite of these optimistic figures the health department reports that the Chi cago death rate has been steadily creeping up since 1901 the Increasingly severe winters being blamed for the fact Laid to Rest The oldest hen in New York state has flown the coop Her name was Eliza and she passed away at the ad vanced age of 17 She was a lien of exemplary habits although it is be lieved she grew somewhat tough as she grew older and while at times set in her ways was for the most Part of a modest and retiring disposition It is to be hoped remarks the Cleveland Plain Dealer that the poets of the na tion will see their way clear to the chanting of a few lays in her memory An Unpopular Cure A Brooklyn man has been discharged from a hospital with a bullet in his brain and In better health than he has ever enjoyed heretofore The bulletIn thebrain cure cannot however remarks the Chicago RecordHerald be generally recommended ThoughtsThesuggestive of innocence and health A mothers yearning for children isin anditsweetest and best influence to bear on maternityTo easy that againMothers Is popularly used It isa liniment easily administered and for external use only remedyitnatures term of suspense anti anticipation n theri Friend if used throughout therebypreventingnuscles straining with the burden wUJ relax become and elastic from itsI applicationAll region will espondreadily to the expanding cover containing theembryo if Friend pregnancyOfWrite for free book on Hotherhoed THE BBABf IELD BEGULAT08 SC ATLANTA M I = = i1 J oQoj- Q 5 H 0 g Q 0 0 The purchase price of = a cooking range For the modestshould be considered horne or palaeast of all by a family of 0fial residence small means tf Also our large eThis means to you the best in world at not fail to visit our house when in A TEXAS HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Di iwvery HITCH all kidntty mid blatldf- nmli s removes gravel ilialwtt emiisiniip weak lump bucl licimmtiriiii anil all irrpsriibmties i 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you for at itas a Rhnrn of your work pmniiMini you in return for your money value reiwiveil A full and complete line of the IHAVHRI designs in wall paper of all kjiidsmiil- colors of pure white lead paint always on hand Tliankint you rOt past put Inaf and for a continuanpe of name this year Iam Vr Yours very respectfully W Elt i ljeI1 1 To the cost of a cheap range add IJpairsI 1 dard everywhere Because the r Majestic is built rightall heat properly distributed it theIpay for itself in fuel saved times during its long life ordinary care The Majestic last a lifetime with little or willIoutlay for repairs NOT fe PENSIVEI1a j convince you in a moment that The Majestic is unsurpassed and without an equal on the marketArbuckle 1 I 1SolKy 0J9- Rmo u We are Overstocked in our Clothing Department We Have Too Many Clothing Per Cent Offon every Overcoat and Suit in our house FOR CASH ONLY We are determined to give you the full benefit of our sale in season and not wait until the season is over oJThis includes our Alfred i rr Gos Suits and Overcoats ill line ofcT1 tg Youths childrens Clothing clothing the cost and opportunityComeDo Lexington OYOHRPOLtJUio Lexingtons Lebding Clothiers WONDER emiiiHl arealllllblpallltlUlltur tI Badly 25 Benjamin Il H1 BLANTON I DEALER IN Coat Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsaprse lyrPhone HALLS VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer I softandossyStopscolor to gray hair Sold for fifty yearsUl 7HlSTcotICrllw Call and see th- eBT a55 TO T akor and you can see how ev North Star Refrigerator is linedand why it will use onehalf the ice that it tales to run the socalled Refrigerator I IT IS LINED WI- THGRANULATED CORK which absoibs all the noisture and makes it tlOTe ac1 Vvc- Wet have these Refrigerators porcelain lined and galvanized lined D1 8 Shockelford Co n R