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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, March 8, 1905. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1905 ric1905030801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, March 8, 1905. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. n r i 0 It I l It kII r c iI fat L I l b 1 C THE T YRjcFlflONn f L CLIMAX iii 4 iJ Jr ii t p i I fOLTJME31 RICHMOND MADISON CJDtJNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MlRCH L 8 1905 NUMBER 42 II PHONE 80 IE C WINES DRUG STORE U COR MAIN FIRST m J7n 7I7F7ImTm I F7I tATTENTIONt New eustomer- iJrFi are your our new line of Spring j and Summer goods We are prepared to offer the buyer 5 7fevery advantage of newness quality and economy that a splendidly assortedretail store can present a95 We solicit your spring tradeon the representation that you T will find it satisfactory and profitable to make your pur 71 Vchases from us tT We carry most anything you can ask for in iDry Goods Notions Shoes Hats fj Gents Furnishings f i We also carry a complete line of Carpetst Mattings and Rugs R ilifJ e guarantee to give t e st quality of goods for the pricethe PRICE always the lowest Call andsee us i + Lackeyalld Hamilton fTUE HUSTLING CASH STORE First and Main hV 71 71 7IF7I7I s 7I7I 7 jF ffi 7 ffi THE ffi CountryI7r Store 1m+ BUY FOR f + c ASHSELL FO- RCASH + I o f We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware 1+ Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware l Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies g Road Cartsj etc In fact most every article used on farm or in kitchenc4 CASH PRICE makes ffiiememverour goods very low when compared with the credit system 7w WE SELL THE Lynchr ht lad P1oV 71fthe most substantal and easiest running plow 71N the world Examine and give us your order Fencing Wire Roofingetc Fry our Old Fashioned 7K m Country MeaL CheapF Poultry Eggs Hides dV and Furs Colyer Bros + Phone 237 Main Street + tRICHMOND KY Wi c 7 I D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENTJI Y iur IltiBiHO u Rat f ctioa 0uaraateed RICHMOND KYj 1 il New Llrwy Jim E C Million Son annoanee to the public that they have opened a first class livery feed and Kale stable in the old Duncan statid on Irvine street in rear of City Hall Nice new Hgg and polite attention We wish tobuy SOBW fancy saddle and haraew Iwrses laj OJlWioa Son 0 ltiM I WHY IT SUCCEEDS Because Its For One ThingS Only and Richmond Learning it Nothing can be good for everything Doing one thing brings success DoanV Kidney Pills do one thise only They cure backacheevery kidney- ill Here is evidence to prove ItsElsworth Blackburn carpenter of ersaiIte says Some few years 0 I was employed in a freight house the nature of my work being on y feet so much of the time and doing so much heavy lifting the doctor told me was the cause of my kidney trouble After leaving this position I went to work Hi a tobacco factory which did not seem to be any better for me as the dust from the tobacco made the trouble still worse The aching acres the email of my backWMsosevere that could hardly stoop or Btraghten and the secretions from the kidneys werf not freo enough in action were discol red and at times painful I learned of Doanfl Kidney Pills and procured a box They helped me right from the start and I kept on with the treatment until I was well the aching ceased and the urinary trouble was ccrrtcted J valuaIPlenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid drug store and ask what his customers report For sale bv all dealers Price Wc osterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other mch MMIIQ NBR ALB Mary Gentry c Pif again- stNancyToddc Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale ot the Madison Circuit Gjurt eid red at the February Term thereof iiitj in the nhove style cause the un aerbtgned will onV Wednesday Mch J5 1005 between the hours of 10 oclock pcmisltIillpope to Public Sale to the hIghest nud best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tractor Parcel of Land conuhKyposed to be about 18 acres be the same more or less part of the tract that Jos tIonmeeting house to Richmond All that thelinetine Tudor at a small black ash tree mark as a side line running to a black oak Peter Taylors original n with corner ot his thousand acre survey now thitlineijtagnors toa stake wIth mulberry pointer close to the road corner of tillitcomlsroad at Valentino Tailor where the small black oak is marked side lauilealdColllusboaldt of the road Said laud in sold for dis tributionV TERMSSale will be made on a creditolaix months The purchaser will be required to give T ond with approved security fur the payment of the pnrchase money to have the force and siTed of a Judgment bearing legal in tereet from day of sue with a Lien reo sMVKd upon Mid propertyVanilal the fHlftitMe wonny ia pRidEP050551011 ivf imld tan will bsgiveeiaemtipsjsnri- with the rJll61oluldlllll ft H THOBKE iCiiC J gej 1II1 fi FRANCHISE VALUES State eSS1mentoard of xed the franchise value of the rail roads in Kentucky as follows Louis ville Nashville 11032400 Illinois Central 5536400 Chesapeafio Ohio 4272440 Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific 36011816 Southern Railway Co In Kentucky fl4o330 Mobile Ohio Louisville Henderson St951071I 742400 Ashland Coal and way Co 620300 Nashville nooga St Louis 345730 Lexing ton Eastern Railway Co 84ji683 LouisvUe Eastern Railway Co 220000 Camden Interstate railway 156126 Tennessee Central railway 159517 Glasgow Railway Co 66 500 Licking River Railroad Co 11 000 Central Traifer Railway Storage Co 4460 Cadiz Railroad Co 14120 TO READJUST RATES The State Railroad Commission Will Take Action Owensboro KyJlarch 3Catt W T Ellis attorney for the local shippers made a motion which wan sustained before the state railroad commission which has been In session here for the past four days for im In vestigation of the ownership ot the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railroad Co L J Irwin general freight and passenger agent for the railroad company stated on the stand that he did not know who ownel the controlling interest in the road It is thought that the freight rate Investigation here will result in a readjustment of rates all over the state NEW STATEHOUSE Plans For the Structure Have Been Completed Frankfort Ky March 3The hoard of statehouse commissioners hold a meeting at which Architect Frank M Andrews was present He toW the board his pans and specifications were all ready and that advertising for bids for the erection of the new statehouse could begin at once He said It the bids received were accept able to the board there was no reason why work on the new building could not begin by June 1 The deeds for the Hunt site are In readiness and as soon as the attorney general completes the examination of the titles the property will be taken over by the state Admits Combine Covington Ky March 3Thet- eno Lake Ice Co of Cincinnati one of a score of Cincinnati and Covington ice companies that were indicted two years ago in this city on charge of forming a trust to regulate Ice prices entered a plea of guilty before the circuit court through its attorneys Tho court assessed a fine of 500 Sues Railway For Damages Paducah Ky March 3J W Hud on of this city as administrator of the estate of his son Harry has fllel suit at Memphis Tenn agaInst the Illinois Central for 25000 for the death of his son who was an engineer and who was kiled some time ago at Millington Tenn a switch be Ing left open Cooney Howell Acquitted Paducah Ky March 3Cooney Howell a white man who shot and killed Harris Freeman a burglar at Grand Rivers Ky was acquitted hv County Judge Thos Evans at Smith land the court holding that he was justified in the INewportWeltner the 17yearoM girl who was accidentally shot by her brother died at her home near Cold Springs TheI fatal 22caliber bullet from a lit rifle penetrated the throat lodgirg In the back of the neck Remains Will Be Cremated Covington Ky March 3Dr Chas- E Ellis 39 died at the home ol his aunt Mrs Wren West Ninth street The deceased had practiced medicine in Covington for 12 years Th1 remains will be cremated at the Ciacln nati crematory Had a Narrow Escape Paducah Ky March 3J R Co bourn assistant manager of the hum berland Telegraph Co was struct by a street car knocked down and iady bruised but was rescued just in time to prevent the wheels from parsing over him James L Conner Expires Owingsvllle Ky March 3JlnlsIJ Conner aged 60 years died few days illness of pneumonia He was for 17 years deputy circuit clfirl of Bath county and was connected with many of the most prominent tarn illcs Death of E J Slattery Louisville Ky March3E J Slat tery third vice president of the Travelers Protective association die4 unexpectedly here of pneumonia Mr Slattery celebrated his 43d birthday anniversary only the day before Physicians Wife Sues For Dlvojce Paducah Ky March 3A divorce suit was filed In the circuit court by Mrs Ida Hesslg against Dr JP T tile sig a prominent distiller and phYS- ician The sum of 8000 alimony Is askedV A water reservoir at Manchester Eng is sinking and the cause if be leved to be coal raining neat It PEFFERi iNERVIGO RESTORATIVECURI- SIERYQU5 DEBILITY one world Mmlree men irko are Iosg L- aiaatai JIc1 Dee force i men ot ambition enerjrandmicoctljm tUtrusne otp tctra OOIL 10 MI1h1a She anC reqw1Ie H llealtll MAI1GeTIIotIfUDCamaloelUWortIi IIRS NCRVICOR MkM drone C MmiCure Ntnroti ftWtrtt Mtmxrr Vital Wuk 4dtoIfalm TieS haalUr Moo Md ncaln waita MJ na = rood gxwon Sooaiet tie L5OO box Six ta ee poewtMs4 iVU ItpunsLA For sale by E C Wine The best wagoQ mxde tM S de bakeils for sale by U E DtfagJH Co f13 St fscXt sIt0ni1 e04t5WI M1l Iftf Irul ktl A ywV OJ l j ebIItla RIot1 VVVItirt T = IIEoer J Two Mifiutes Physicians tell us that all healthyhuman the heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole bodysuffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di- gested before it enters the stomach a double advan tage in this Less work for the stomachquicker- and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you itWe win tend you a sample free Be lure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT It BOWNE Chemiits 409 PearlStNY joeentiand floo All Jrurruu j I CONVERSIONS AT LOUISVILLE Ministers Doubt the ClaimsMade By the Evangelists Louisville Ky March 2At the conclusion of the union revival serv- Ices In Louisville last Sunday the vis ting evangelists claimed that the number of conversions was 4000 Clergymen have Issued statements some of them caustic attacking the claims of the evangelists One statement reads The papers said 4000 Joined the churches the first week there were not 40 The leading evangelist said 1000 Joined the churches last Sunday there were not 100 Rev Dr W P Harvey has this to say Such erroneous statements as were given out tend to prejudice the laity against the ministry and to low er all clergymen in the opinion of the general public Such matters ought to be met squarely The general committee of the revival composed of local ministers will hold a meeting to correct the allege erroneous impressions given out by the visiting evangelists THE PAWNBROKERS A Charge of Alleged Conspiracy Made Against Them Lexington Ky Feb 28 Meyer Greenburg and O Cohan formerly of Louisville and engaged in a pawnbrok ing business in this city together with Harry Jones waived examination and were held to the grand Jury to answer the charge of obtaining money under false pretense by conspiracy The par ticular charge made against them is that the pawnbrokers would furnish Jones with a pawn ticket upon an al leged article of Jewelry said to have been soaked for a stiff sum and that Jones would borrow money on the ticket claiming the article as his own and unable to redeem it A number of prominent citizens say they have been victimized FOR A STATE DEED Kentucky Statehouse Commissioners Met To Prepare New Property Frankfort Ky Feb 28The state- housec ommlsslonerc held a meeting and directed the owners of the Hunt site property to prepare an abstract of the title to the property preparatory to giving the state of Kentucky a deed to it at once The commission wilt hold another meeting Thursday which the architect will be present and arrange for a complete and detailed survey of the new grounds The Frankfort city council passed an or dinance providing for the purchase of a strip of ground to widen to 100 feet the street that will face the new statehouse DOUBLE WEDDING Child Brides Figure In Marriage Ceremonies Louisville Ky March 2lva HofrI back 14 years old became the brida of Frankie Crall aged 21 years at the courthOuse Lura Watkins 1C years old who assisted them from Upton Ky accepted the child brides banter to participate in a double mar riage and with one ceremony Magis trato Joseph M Keyer Joined the des tinies of four people for weal or woe The girls met ther lovers while on the way to school They barely hal time to catch a train coming to Louis ville StrikesRocks When youf ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneu monia etc you are lost if you dont get help fn ra Dr Kits New Disco ery for Consumption J W McKin non of Taladetra Springs Ala wriiefl I ha been very with puetimoniii under the care of two electOrs but watt settIng lib better when I began to tnli Dr Kings New Discovery The fir i doeegavn reliefVintlone bottle cured meuril care for sore throat broit hiclit1scoeaghs1 Trial bottheSfe lin FerSd Nice WtMi iirkstTeet 4128 1Sjjotc i HE OBJECTS TO PLAN ARGENTINA MAN OPPOSES AL TEEING BARTHS ORBIT i Says Canadian Astronomer Is Con templating the Project for Pur pose of Exploring Heavens Dangers Pointed Out London A daring astronomer in Argentina wishes to change the orbit of the earth and as the government of the country shows no inclination to interfere with his plans the ingenious correspondent whose letter is append ed calls for British Intervention to avert a catastrophe The following is the text of the let ter as received by a newspaper here Buenos AyresI have no doubt this letter wl I cause great stupor in England where it will find all the at tention that it deserves A review of Buenos Ayres was publishing a fiction by Mr Adolfo Enrique Antognini which was in brief the following Some astronomers seeing the poor progress of astronomic science due to the great distance that separates the nearest heavenly bodies from the earth which renders null all the Improvements that can be made on telescopic apparatus cetermine tuning advan tage of the discovery of a Canadian who is a member of the companyto divert the earth from Its normal path with the purpose of exploring the heavens as far as possible This aeIcompanied moving the earth from its orbit is a beingbutmind to the thing The persistence of this rumor aroused at last some inquietude among the public who although unable to realize the magnitude and perils of the scheme owing to their little knowledge of astronomy on reading the publica tions of the newspapers on the sub ject were struck with terror and at tempted to lynch Mr Antoginl The authorities made some investigations and then the rumor was given the lie but I can assure you that the attempt will be made The learned English people can im agine what would be the consequences of such a thing In the opinion of well known astronomers a little deviation of the earth from its regular orbit would be fatal to humanity If it were to be removed within its orbit it would perclpitate Into the sun and if without it it would attract the planet Mars or be attracted by Jupiter with results that every one can imagine As it Is an affair that concerns the Eng1thaware of this will hasten an energetic Intervention to preventarmre disasters the seem so Indifferent about a thing of such Im portance For however great for humanity the value of a better knowledge of Mars or Venus may be it appearsnto me that to put without sent the human family under danger of complete destruction is too much audacity on the part of these men for whose degenerate and insatiable curiosity the whole world does not suffice and who to satisfy their passion for knowledge would dare to oppose Gods will It would be shameful if the endIof the earth and its inhabitants be due to the recklessness of some crazy fellows Those who wish to obtain more in formation can do so from No 890 Al mirante Brown street where Mr An tognlnl and his companions hold their councils against human well being- I hope that my call to the English people will be successful and that with the help of your important publication it may save humanity from an immeas urable peril I am sir your most obedient servant LOUISA BELLO FINDS COLD IN FRUIT JAR Little Fortune Is Discovered by Daughter of Frugal Michigan Man in Searching Cupboard Jackson MlchA little over 800 in gold coins stored in to a twoquart fruit can was the find made recently at the residence of the late Eugene Murphy Ha was of a saving disposi tion and the money was discovered after a daughter was told that he might have gold hidden Murphy in life was consecutively a policeman a police sergeant a police captain and an officer at the Michigan state prison and during his years of service to the city of Jackson and to the state he pursued a frugal policy About ten years ago the county of Jackson borrowed money upon inter estbearing notes Murphy Invested money and when the county paid him havelinga sum largel in excess of the amount found 800 but sickness In his family probably depleted his swings England Has German Mayor Sheffield England has elected as Its new mayor a German Joseph Jonas who has been German consul there for some time He came to England as a young malt in the capacity of com mercial traveler In 1870 he established a business of his own and at present be employs over 1000 work ers Not Appropriate to Her A negro woman 73 years of age has j just graduated from a New Haven Conn school She has one big Advantage Nobody will be likely to make flippant references to her as a nwset girl grad uate Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are ceiling vehicles at the lowest possible price Richmond Carriage Works S MldklffProp D D USE MARSfl I BootsShoesRubbersCEt1ustIi1Nt SatowM E 060005 jUB A Splitting Backache Pains in the back nflloins are the most XHWBon 8yintili kidnny troubles These pail are moetl mused by overwork overwcwlkm awl worrimeBtMealIwomen aliki- amaul4eet to tfceee pafee but relief I quickly oIMaIHdb DeehP- KI4A7 Pi9a Price 36IalMllOe g7bGx MC4 Ji L Mfcltoxu i S 0 EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Grand 1 WA f i i t Spring Summer Textures ze JllSYJee tash5l0re appardever i withus r March 20 and 21 andIOpportunity for Every Good Dresser DontforgetgroaningIGinghams Impored Shirtings and etc that are stacked and piled mountain high lOur Hamburg and Lace Tables are chuck full of bargains and are attracting a great ofthesplendidnewies are especially attractive anddurability dateAbeenbeenthe largest line of Carpets Mattings Linoleum Hugs Lace Curtains Druggets Portiers etc ever are seen iu this city Get our low prices See the newest things before you buy Trimmingsour low cah prices on all new things and save money You are cordially invited to visit us and partake of the many good things we offer W 0 OLDHAM and CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY We purchased our vehicles to sell d it you will only call aiJ get price we will prove this assertion and make of yon an everlasting friend and custo mer tf S L Miilkiff Prop JEEPOALNOVI075 WEAK HEX CUBED lottMdl or Stractk Drain Uet tt Evrcr ml it1 r Pin upxuithIcralu Sent plain vru perM receipt HUMS baie cuIOS 0 Sad 4trpcipopbiIttrooUtiewwta Ilk i i ii ifs Which is the Cheapest One fireor burglarymaydeprive valuables vorthanywhere between S10 and 10000 One years rent of a Safe De posit Box costs you 5 Which is the cheapestState Bank TrustCo Richmond Ky New Time lard on L A Commencing Monday Dec 19th noon train for Irvine and afternoon train from Irvine will be discontinuedI until further notice No rival and departure of other trains at Richmond M Hacker Agt il f Gas YEA TBRS j 0 t AyersPills your or beautIful Browner rich black ttI 1io Smoke 10 5m oDt tovWitha It Heater The room is heated quicklyVand cheaply They cost little and being detachchVable can be used in any room JTelephone Orders JPromptly A t Richmond 11 c Water and Light Company e r r Rubber Stamps and Pads n Want moustache beard Use Gas satisfactorily Filled IAycrs WJor llUM1Jt ir FURNITURE l cIg1i Winter is now approaching and II Is now time for fall Every housewife wants something new to brighten np the drearydajs that arc soon to come A piece of new Furniture a pretty Picture or a nice Rug We handle all kinds of house furnish ag goods from tho smaiiestpiece up to the massive Bed Room Suite3 Jt i lOur lino of Pictures all kinds ot Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampers E 1 Rugs a large line of odd Recking Chairs and everything thatVillC r make a home cuzy and comfortableVfCome and Inspect our big stock Special attention is called to ourV Undertaking DeIHr memtws i uITTIZTTT0 J lI I S jto t tA t It I ii Shoes flats 1Sq 8 s 1E S S Gents Furnishings 1 l S ElMrtinue business at the same old g IJSS e stand Only the best grades of 5 0 1 i Shoes for Men Women 30 7 e E and Children ill i Iiri will be carried and all the newest s styles Also a complete line of 1 g SSSGentsv S i r Remember our prices are reason U ble and our goods the very acme tSi IH of perfection Give us a call S I when in need of things in our line e o FJames P Tribbl JI Set O o S s s s nO Of aoaOSSsS S II The Richmond ClimaxS FUHLiaUICllZVItUY WKDNK8DAY BYR fhs Climax Printing Go Incorporated 3 0 OHHNAtJLT President kD MILLEILS EdItor Mannecr PRICE 100 PElt YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 WEDNESDAY MAR 8 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For R RIU8NntatieI For ijunty Judge- N R TURPIN Fm County Attorney CROOKEjFor Sheriff i BBR9kSDDUS JQr County Clerk JESSE COBB ForJaBAr- BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor i BOYD P WAUER3 For SupUJJjiiiJic Schools JOHN N LAND For Coroner JIOBT L BIGGBRSTAFF A WASHINGTON special of Friday t ajs Representative Kohoes reso ilution for an investigation of the so cilled tobaeo trust will be lost Mr K Of ays I attribute the failure of the louse to act to an agreement on the fart of Republican lenders Tobacco is the onlyproduet of the soil 1SV greas ref aiwl to remove this tax and jluw refuses to proba the machine that is grinding down tho farmer The JRrpnblionn8 are willing to investigate operations of oil speculators and Itbeof trust magnates but they will do for the farmer FIGHTING which the dispatches say is the heaviest of the war is in pro press northwest west and southwest of Mukden The Japanese advance guard is within live miles of tho city ami on the west Japanese shells arc falling within three miles of the 1m ICScenter and on both sides is said to be enormous The Russian right wing lias been bent sharply backward as a result of the weeks operations The i Russians fear a turning movement by Gen Nogis men and St Petersburg r dispatches say the fate of Kouropat 11Smen L 4 f 4D rowers at Lexington Jf questionIplay of I Woll 1 Paper being the laregst and most completewe have ever offered Every make style or grade of paper Every color 1 LJ1 yrSt want Many new ideas Many new ar f tistic decorationsi Eet us give you an es timate on your work JIIt f l CF1BroerCo1 1 IUl1fH jj aOLDWA r ii t n How Teddy does love a coon Now there is some probability of his a appointing dark skin son of Africp to the office of Collector of Internal ievenueItris said he is a prominent lawyer COXGKESS has allowed Hunter Edwards and White each two thousand dollars for election purposes in the row over the seat from the Eleventh District This added to the ten thousand dollars which Hunter will draw as salarymakes sixteen thousand dollars paid for the district to be mis r tepresentedhave been both cheaper and better to have kept them all at home and elected Stone the Democrat Winchester Democrat PERSOINALt The Ccoilian Club will meet tI hrh afternoon with Mrs L P Evans on Oakstreet Mr W L Bybee of Somerset came up last Thursday to attend Council meetingSMr Simcock of Irvine was in town last ThursdaycMrs Hallio Tudor Vaughn and litt Ics son of Irvine were here last week Mr K P Adams was called here from Covington on account cf the illness of brother L P Adams Mr and Mrs Lewis Neaio have gone to Richmond after spending several weeks in this city Danville News Mrs Tevia Wilkerson has returned f dromKyLexington Herald Mrs G G Prewitt has been visiting Mrs W D Oldham in Lexington Mr Woody C averts of Edgcmont South Dakota has beea visiting his aunt Mrs B F Deatherage Mr Cravens is interested in the new ice plant which will soon be rected here Miss Margaret Phelps will leave eoon to enter the Good Samaritan hospital in Lexington Miss Florrie Chenault of Richmond Ivy is in Louisville visiting Miss Katherine Harvey and is expected the last of the week in Lexington for a few days with her sister Mrs Harrison Simrall Lexington Leader Mrs Susie Moore of Stearns Ky and Miss Doll Robards of Lexington Ky spent Saturday with their cousin Mrs Sam Jones Mr Clyde Hart of Brush Creek was here Sunday and Monday Mr Sim Hamiltonof Wisemantown was bore Court day Mr Elihu Campbell of Irvine was down last week Miss Florence Smith of Irvine came down last week iqr a visit to Mrs Mat Hacker Mrs William Boain of near Panola passed through Richmond Monday en route to Mid die town Ohio where she vas called by the serious illness of grandchildMr H H Frasa and Miss Jane Frasa are visiting Mr James Frasa near Camp Nelson Mr John Rymell went to Paris Saturday to attend the funeral of Ills sis t rMrs Sallie Brown Mr Tom Taylor of Stevens Storer Mo has been visiting his brother Dr Vardy Taylor at Waco He will leave Saturday for his home Mrs W K Letcher has been visil ing Miss Doyle Letcher at Caldwell College Danville Mrs F M Jasper has just returned from a visit to her son Dr H C Jasper at Richmond Danville Advo cateMrs J W Zaring has returned from Carlisle where she has been for a month with her daughter Mrs J D Allen who has been very ill Mr W B Jones Sr who has been seriously with paralysis is greatly improved 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science hw been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure s the only positive cure now known the medical fraternity Catarrh be ng a constitutional disease requireslconstitutional treatment igdirectlysurfaces of the system therebydestroJ ing the foundation I ii eaee and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and 8ietinj1Bture in doing its work proprie 7powersthatdollars for nv owe that it fall tocur ed for liet of tofltJnvMiiabi jOhiO8 M by ift drltfllllWL TSe JfeUVAiBiiy nUttr tfct M t Mr WBJJIe Jr has returned out DaffBey S O He will go tiere Inko netr future to residej Mr and Mrs Lilly of Irvine were here Monday Rev GW Shepherd has gone to Jackson Kyrwhere he will conduct an 18 daymeeting Mrs Laura Francis and Mrs John Cunningham of Bourbon county are hero Mr and Mrs Ray Gott of Lancas ter have been spending a few days hero with relatives Mr Robert Carse who attends State College spent Sunday here The Missos Powell who have been visiting their sister Mrs Beacham Lackey have returned to their home in NicholasvilleMiss Tribble has returned from a visit to Lexington relatives Mr Sam Tudor of Irvine was here Court dayhMr and Mrs William Anderson of Kirksville who have been seriously ill with pneumonia are very much better at this writing Mrs Emmett Dickson of Paris came Mcnday for a visit to Mr and Mrs L R Blanton Miss Dovie Mmbry of Lexington is spenking the week with Mrs James Arbuckle Mrs R K Stone and children are visitingat Paint LicktMrs Thomas Thoipe who has been seriously ill with grippe is improving- Mr George Fitzpatrick of Danville was hero lat week Dr Landman the oculist will boat the Hotel Glyndon Wednesday March 15oMrs James S Crutcher will go this week to spend several days with her sister Mrs Harrison Simroll in Lexington Miss Kate Smith is visiting Mrs Newton Combs in Lexington Mr George Williams of Irvine was here yesterday- Mr and Mrs W L Crutcher will leave today for Crab Orchard for the benefit of Mrs Crutchers health Mrs Bettie Little and Miss Mary Little will leave this week for an extended stay in Louisville Mr S P Deatherage and little daughter will leave Saturday to join Mr Deatherage in Miukogee I T where they will reside The best of hosts of friends follow them o their new home Misses Dora Neil and Kate Conway ave accepted clerkships with the E V Elder dry goods store Mr R J McKee whose serious illness has been noted in these columns is very much improved and was able to be out Sunday Mr and Mrs S H Thorpe have pur tho Sullivan cottage on North treet- Misses Margaret and Lizzie Wil more entertained the Lancaster Ave nne Euchre Club in a most delghtful manner on last Monday afternoon Quite a number of guests besides Club members were present and live tables were employed in the games of progressive euchre The first prize a ainty Japanese cream pitcher and sugar bowl was won by Mrs John K Gibson The guests prize a lovely puff box was won by Mrs John Parks The bodby prize a vase went to Miss Tillie Tribble A delightful lunch was seredand the afternoon passed most pleasantly for all present War Relic An old government bridle bit sup posed to be n relic of the war has been unearthed in Mr Neale Bennetts yard on Main street Near the bit were found the bones of a horse supposed b be an old war charger DEATHS MITCHELL Daniel Mitchell a resident of this county died Decently al the Confederate Home aged 88 years BROWS Mrs Sallie Brown flied hut Friday at her home in Paris aged 67 years Deceased was a lovely Chris tian woman and was well known here She is survived by a sister and brother Mrs G S Sparks of Jacksonville Bourbon county and Mr John Ilymell of this city- RonAnnsMrs PoUr A Robards of Clover Bottom Woodford county died Wednesday March Ij after an limes of one week The funeral services were conducted by Rev Logan ol Wilmore on Friday morning at 2 oclock thence her burial in the family burying ground Mrs Robards was the grandmother of Mrs Sam Jones ot this city- M0I1OANMr Henry Morgan died Saturday at Valley View aged about fifty years lila death was due to grippe from which he had suffered aboutteu days He leaves a wife and large family of children Mr Morgan was formerly deputy Sheriff of Clay county Iis old home At the time of his death he was one of the leading business men of Valley View and that section His interment tock place here Mcnday FARLEY After an illness of some du ration MrT James Farley died Saturday at the home of his mother oil West Main street Deceased waa about sixty years old and was one of our best known and most highly respected citi zens For years he was closely related with the business interests of the histathcrretiringdisposition aged mother one sister Miss Carolyn Farley and one brother Mr John Far ley After luneral services Monday his remains Were interred in the Rich mond cemetery He leaves considers bie means White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt lfebSt nlcetlotCall on them when in seed 28detf A Splitting Backache Paaiisin the back adn1oinsare the kldBAYtrou111es caused by overwork or MfkHi attd irorriment Me andjwsmwi alii artuMiOieet totMM bcit retNr P81k11jKITP ii 1 1 Ve know whit all good doc tors think of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Ask you rown doc tor and find out He will tell Cherryfl j you how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the hardest of c usmAyers Cherry Ptcttt is welt known Intnnr family We tliliile IKI the beat Sc the wold1dr eoiibs l colds Cal2sellcltUlOAll ilrugcllln Jell Sta for IiardCoUghsne asten recovery Gently laxative FREIGHT TRAINS COLLIDE Two Men Were Killed and Another One Injured Louisville Ky March 2 Two freight trains on the Knoxville divis- Ion of the Louisville Nashville railroad met In a headon collision a few miles south of Lebanon Junction Ky killing two men and Injuring one The wreck tck tire and the crew being to make any headway against he flames notified the division office A short time after a portion of the Louisville fire department was put on board a special train and hurried to the scene of the wreck There were two carloads ot mules In one train One carload was cremated but several of the animals In the other car- scaped The firemen and brakeman f one of the trains were pinned under the wreckage and it is supposed were burned to death The property damage is said to be heavy COUNTY CORONERS President W G Frost of Berea College Criticized Them Lexington Ky March 1In his funeral oration over the body of Miss Bessie Flanery at Berea Ky Dr W G Frost president of Berea college expressed his belief that the college girl had not committed suicide and tInstructingheyoung woman was an advanced and popular student Death resulted from carbolic acid taken during the absence of her roommate The coroners jury exhonerated the roommate and the matron of the dormitory Dr Frost said ho believed that the young woman took the acid by mistake for soma medicine He criticized coroners In general for assuming jurisdiction of a court of last resort and Imputing the motive and Intent of selfmurder to defenseless dead- WOELFEL BOUND OVER He Oharged With Shooting Presi dent R C Stewart Covlngton Ky March stt Georga Woelfel former superintendent of the Stewart iron works who shot Presi dent R C Stewart In the companys office at Madison avenue and 17th street on February 16 was bound over to the grand jury by County Judge Stephens his ban being fixed at 2500 His attorneys Price Williams declined to put in a plea and contended that their client Is mentally incapable of making a defense to the criminal charge New Kentucky Postmasters Washington March 2These post masters have been appointed for Ken tucky Cave Run Bath county Geo V Abbott Overman Carter county Andrew J Swearengen Free Union Webster county Eudora H Corlee Kinniconlck Lewis county WIllis J Canrer Robinson Harrison county John n Robinson Runyan Pike coun ty Win A May Must Be Vaccinated Nowport Ky March IThe pres ence of smallpox at the penitentiary has caused Sheriff Rledel considerable trouble In his efforts to have William Bittner sentenced to two years ad mitted to that institution Riedel was notified that Bittner must bo vaccin ated Broken Back Cured Louisville Ky March 2H L Smith of Bertha Ky has been successfully operated on here for a bro ken back After being suspended by straps in an upright position at Uni versity hospital for five weeks he was released from his position ann sent home Governor Approved the Finding Frankfort Ky March 2GovBeckham approved the finding of the courtmartial which fined Capt Robert A Burton of Louisville 75 and declared him guilty of failing to report the property of the government in his possession as required by the Dick law Girls Terrible Mistake Berea Ky Feb 28MIss Besslo Flannerya student of Berea college was found unconscious In her room at Ladles hall She had taken carbolic acid supposing it to be medicine Physicians did everything possible but in a short time she died Church Building Destroyed Lawrenceburg Ky Feb 28The First Presbyterian church at this place was burned to the ground The fire originated in a defective flue and was first noticed by the pastor Rev L Humphreys during the last sons of the morning service TORktEMTiSNAKESw and Grow Keptiles for tha Restaurant 3Ca Jket Buffalo N YA farm f 20 acres near Niagara gorge has been purchased by Perry R Hunt of New Ybrk city who declares his intention to tablIsh a rattlesnake ranch and raise he reptiles for New York restaurant market Mr unt said that there wa3 a de In New York restajirantsfor the esh of the rattlesnake It has been served In afew places for some two years he said and the In- creasIng demand justified mo in making this venture Naturally jthe supply is limited and the prices atfe high and for a time at least 1 hope t make some oney My plan Is to enjlce as many of he snakes as posslblefnjm their hiding places by decoys of live jabblts These I shall confine in pens and reserving some of the finer specimens will fatten the remainder and breed as fast as possible I will feed them oil rabbits mostly although the menu will bevarIed by occasional frogs and chickens I hope to harvest not less thai 5000 rattlers the first year and I will begin opera tions as soon as the rattlesnakes make their appearance in the spring The locality of the farm la Ideal for- tsi purposes From time Immemorial the vicinity of the Niagara gorge and whirlpool has been th haunt of the North American rattlesnake the largest of its kind The guides point out a rat tlesnake cove a rattlesnake dell and the famous Devils Hue and Fosters Flats have long been avoided by localevisitors and tourists us they are insfested with great numbers of creaturesIngorge the loose rocky formations and the large anias inaccessible to any but the most adventurous and- Intrepid geological unil botanical ex plorers are peculiarly suitable to the habits of this snake The rattlesnakes are jjood navigators and cross and recross the river near its wildest rapids Mr Hunt says the flesh of a rattlesnake is not unlike that of a roast suckling pig white and exceedingly pala table REVIVE MYSTERY PLAYS Benedictine Monks Reproduce Bible Stories at Famouji Monastery- in GermanyfBerlin An interesting attempt has been made at the famous Benedictine monastery of the MailaLaach torevivo the medieval mylitery plays Tho magnificent church was crowded with sightseers The altar was screened by a thick curtain which was drawn when the abbot and confraternity took their seats In the choir Thereupon a host of angels all clad in white appeared among them being the Archangel Michael and Lucifer Suddenly the altar was illuminated and the manger at Bethlehem was disclosed Michael and the good angels kneel in adoration but Lucifer turns his back in contempt As ho does so his white robe falls to the ground and he is revealed in all his blackness He is then driven away and Michael takes Lucifers white robe and preaents it before the altar The second scene represented the temptation of Adam by the serpent Lu sifer appears again bearing the serpent all decked with flowers which fall from his scaly length While this scene is be ing enacted before the altar the choir proIand the vast congreation sank on ita knees as the abbot and his inonks car ried an elaborately decorated image of the virgin to the altai Theabbotoben ediction closed this singular revival of a medieval custom which is said to have had a profoundly emotional Influence on those who witnessed It NEW DELICACY FOR TABLE Hybrid Buffalo thej Latest Thing is IngandCompromisi Between Bison and Beef LondonThe latent delicacy to tempt the appetites of Brtish epicures is a compromise betweer buffalo meat and beefA couple of twtfyearold bullocks the result of cross breeding between n North American tlson and Highland cattle wer sold qt Newcastle cattle market the other day They had been bred by Mr Leyland of Haggerston castle Northumberland who has been engaged for several years in experI- menting in this direction The animals wer exactly like their North American cousins in appear ance except that they were stronger and thicker in the hindquarters They had been reared aiid fed as wild cat tip so great difficulty was experienced in conveying them to market Although they vere accommodated in special boxes their fury was so great that one boke its neck on the journey and tjie other had to be- shot in the market The beef it is said will be found of a richer quality iJian that obtained from a buffalo and if kept for a month or so more palatale than that of an ordinary bullock River Steamer a Store A German tradesman has converted a Rhine steamer a department store and is visltjng towns along the river with a diverse stock of goods Now a freight company is being automobilesdepartmentUke Out of tb Ordinary A Chicago womiin left her husband because ho was ijpt gay enough for her That Is than the usual Chicago betler too gay The best wagdh made the Stude baker is for sale tiy O E Douglas Co f158tjExamine our elegant display Carriages BujrgteK etc before ofI a purchase We tire tolling vehicles the lowest possibij prices RichmomtCarringe Works S UMidkifT Prop l A Matter 1 I ofHealth l TFlSere is a quality in Royal Sating Powder which mates the food more digestible and il Wholesome This peculiarity j Si of Royal has been noted bv j i physicians and they ad cdrdeilily endorse andi comrerntnd1it n t i c 1c Y Mi tr Ut 0a IL1 t W P BAXTER Telephone 412 4Wall Paper Painting Paper Hanging Will show you a complete line of Wall Paper all the new novelties in modern decorations including Crown Effects Stripes Cloth Hangings Denims Florals Panel and Two Tone Effects Papers are from the factories of Frederick Beck Company The Syracuse Paper Pulp Co the two largest Wall Paper manufactories in the world JL4eE on to East you I Increbible Brutality It would have been incredible bra tallty if Chas F Lemberger of Syracuse N Y hail not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his ye so I Bncklens Arnica falvesaved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25e lin yEtMiss Elma Million has returned from Lexington where she has beet a attending business college Verna Lee the little daughter of Prof and Mrs C F Brock has been dangerously ill with pneumonia at the home of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Wm Brock at Co lege Hill Miss Ada Cornett of Paint Lick is the guest of her sister Mrs Merit Heaihman and Mrs A D Estes Ms Eloise Muller has returned rom a pleasant visit with relatives in Richmond Mi s Maude Crandall entertained several young people last Saturday oyeningat the home oi her sister Mrs C U Turner Miss Gertrude Heathman visited f friend in Richmond last week 5 Miss Sallie Short is with friends at College Hill Mrs Squire Million entertained soveral of her friends last Wednesday The little child of Mr and Mrs D C Griggs is much better at this time Miss Stillie Wbitnker and brothers Messrs Nat and Kutlur entertained quite a number of young people at tleir home last Sunday night Mises Belle and Tommie Holisan entertained Misses Maude Crandall Ada Cornett Sallie Whitaker Messrs Npt Whitaker Ruther Whitaker IY1 man Million and Grcely Barnes last Thursdaynight Mrs Win S Brock visited Mes lames Morgan Taylor and Cash Millet at Valley View last week Mrs Brook wasformerly Miss Gertrude Tudor Mrs C D Turner is gjetting along nicely with her school Mrs James Tudor is visiting her daughters Mrsi William Heathman and Misa Hilary Tudor of Lexington Miss Maude Crandall is trying to get up a class of shorthand and typewriting pupils Mr W S Brook closed his school near Valley View last Fridayi Kidneys Cured Free inAnyonebladder trouble can get absolutely free one full size Uox of DeBells Kidney Pills These pills are for sale by B L Middelton and to introduce them tile manufacturers will arcept this coupon tar full retail price in the purchase of one box Cut out and send to C W Beccs Sons ken UiicHRo III inch UNION CITY Messrs Albert House and Robert Ford have been over on the river near Lock No 11 buying hogs and cattle Mr Samuel Hiale has had great success hunting this season having killed several skunks coons and other game He is a crack shot and a coon never gets too high for him Mr Thomas House and daughter Uiss Bettie attended church at Kava naugh Saturday Miss Nora Eades and Mr John Burt n attended church at College Hill Sunday MaserTaylor House has had a se vane rising on his hand He is better now Mr Thomas Houses ld to Mr Dick orson two cows for f75 1lbandher and Grandpa Ford make splendid music They serenade the neighbors quite often They serenaded Mr Clours Keen Tuesday night The first thingon tho program was the song Farewell Friends and Relatives which was played and sung exquisitely by Mr Baber Messrs Reed Norris and John Ford contemplate going West in a Jew days Mr Thomas Jones of Tates Creel visiting Miss Maggie Eades Mr N T Todd of Brassliald has been visiting Mr and Mrs Benton MissNora Eades Travis Npland and Wp Hamilton were the guests of Mis Kate Benton Tuesday night ir White Northern Seed Oats k Letcher Witt 1ehSf TliolvB Parrialj Sctsoolof Phouic ograpbY Ilohaon Building Latest ins rl1 tiOi Positions secured tot pupils U i A dose in time saves lives Diraybodfii Ifoi way Pine Syrup sri J1ies remedy for cough colds pu1mOr t diseases of every sort feREDTTORS NOTICE in pereos bsviugctatm azaiset J e tts otMrt Margartt White d i e lIeruuynolilitUt ti eiprol- ryventfled wJtiI Life msIsssisr1 IiApnil1uraame will beiiJ ASULLlY till 4ar OtiroitI a c afII41 e ifJJ r An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making or the past decade of years naturally brings to the surface numerous schemes of the getnchquickcharacter that only the promoters of suchat he expense of innocent investors In this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business booming wages high work in abundance giving employment to all willing to earn and products of the farm bringing best prices there is little or no excuse for one not to join the army ofmoneymakersThe safest investment to make is to become a reader of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest and most reliable newspaper in the United States With the facts truth and information gleaned from its col umns one may become well qualified to reach out and secure his share of profit that always accrues from invest ments intelligently made The WEEKLY ENQUIRER costs but one dollar for one years term The SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dollars for a year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteen dollars a year- Without the aid oft first class newspaper success in any enterprise becomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY nnd WEEKLY EN QUIRER Addre- ssEncrJirer Company Cincinnati Ol lv Dnnni iDnBr lB John F White c Pif against John Hall Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of n Judgment and erder ot Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered nt the February term thereof 1905 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday Mch 2505 between lisa hours of 10 oclock a in rid 12 oclock in on the prem ses in Madison county ny proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following describe ed property viz A Certain Tract of Land located on the road running from By beetown to month of Drowning Creek containing about 86 acres being the laud on which John Hall now resides and sams land which Napoleon Joh- nsa decl possessed and bounded aa fallows towil On the north by lands of Dillard Rhodes on the southwest by the laudii of Thomas Hall and John White and running to the road thence with the county road to northwestern line Said land is said for distribution IERIISSnie will be made on n credit of six and twelve mouths The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the pay mentoftho purchase money to have the force and eTect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid SH THORPE rater Commissioner M C C ci1Uc ale ZaekMundayc Pit against Jarman Gibbs e Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madicon Circuit Court rendered at the February Term thereof 1905 in the above style cause the undersigned will o- nThursday Mch 23t05 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on the premises in Madison county Ky proceed to ex pose to public sale to the highest and best biidder tho following described property vizi A Certain Tracto Land containing about 18 J acreS be the 88mImore or less and being the land owned ond in possession of Wm MHiiday col at his death Said laud lying on the wairirs ol Hays Fork iu Madison 3uut adjoining the lands of Ruben Mundty decd Ac For a more par herebyiflllebovaflty1ed action Sfcid land is sold for dwl ribution I ERMbSale will be made on a credit of nx aad twelve mouth The pur eh lwmoorequiretlto give Ixwd with for tbs paYj- JtiesttJUbe parcliaea moyto hue j effect ota Jadgweat bearing leiml isitseust from day of sale with a LieB reserred np- ozW4Ht4aeiths aaidpropW eey tprnd ea olw are Itdthc v LTHOBEJt5 c ttf CC 0 r r Owen McKeeLeader in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions rlmlliJ Jtiri J DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS fURSWRAPS c SS S S S S 0 HAVE YOU TRIED OUR MMta1n Ash Ji1ha C1 e It not you are missing one of lifes luxuries TheeMountain Ash Jellico Coal is free from impurities 0and because of its superior burning qualities is the emost satisfactory Jellico Coal produces lor either e Grates Stove or Ffcrnace Try it and we guarantee that all your worry overebad dirty coal will cease S Beattyvifle Coal Co- D R Freeman Mgr Tel J84 Yards Aspen ave e sss o REDUCED PRICES In order to close out at once our handsome line of Fren- chPlates Cups Saucers we have decided to reduce the prices onethird on all these goods You should take advan tage of this great opportunity to secure such goods at prices we are now quoting Also specialprices on 1 00 piece dinner sets and table se- tsThe Racket Store Suit Bratton Prop Main Street Richmond Ky Over 6000 rt1filesIOF THOROUGHLY An Opportunity ITilEGreat Northern Railway OFFERS LOW ONEWAY I Colonist Rates Montana Idaho TOIOn Sale From MARCH 1st to MAY liltJ The Comfortable Way to the Lewis end Clark Exposition Portland Oregon to October 1005 p l Send for FUKE PAMPHLET describing ingtou and Montana to JuneI t HITNEY General Pass and IIF Agent bt Paul Mlnnor Agennj 1 I Weare still agents for the old and reliable Oliver Chilled Plow which needs no introduction as there is none betters We also sell the Bissell and Lynch burg Hillside Plows and are making the prices anywhereWhy you can buy the genuine Oliver headI quarters for Plows Collars Trace Chains Back Bands Double and Single Trees Tornado Tiger Harrowstering60to n fact evcrthing the f1rtnetn eds Give u- sD1B1TShucteItord a call w JI CO J II t- tot c 6 rI 0 11 II sc a t a II 1111c L a IIfJf n I II c1 An Opportunity In order to reduce cbr stock we will until anythinginour 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone orkstRIGHMOffD KY PHONE 232 I i Peebles Sweet Hickory Coffee Frasa Bros SOLE lAINt8TdEET PHONE 165 He Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAR 8 190a The Cabel Powers defense fund now amounts to 5 433 The First Presbyterian church at Lawrenceburjrwas burner Inst Sunday The ladies of the K A C Infirm will give a dinner on Monday April court day C E Douglas S Co have just re ceived a car load of wagons Prices cheap as anyballys feb5 8t Dean Baker P Lee of Laiineton teas bees called to one of the leading heliastf Why buy an off brand wagon when you can buy a Kirdsell wagon for the same money at D B Shackelford Coe Smchtf John H Reagan the last surviving member of theConfederate Cabinet ied j recently at his home in Palestine Tux as aged 86 years fencjstore as they have the price and the fence Smchtf If yon iive in Madison county wo want a picture of your home to appear in our grand History of Richmond and Madison county The trial of Cassia L Chadwick for violation of National Bank Laws is on in Cleveland It will continue anywhere from four days to two weeks Ve make the picture have the en graving made have it printed in our Book History of Richmond and Madi son county with a 100word sketch all for S350 A firm failh is the best divinity a good life the best philosophy a clean conscience the best law honesty the best policy and temperance the best physician Charron I owe mv whle life to Burdock Bitters Scroiulons fores covered my body I seemed beyond cure BB B has made me a perfectly well woman Mrs Chas Hutton Berville Midi The Birdsell wagon was awarded the grand prize at St Louis consequently when you buy n Brdsell you know what you are buying Let D B Shackelford d Co show you what a good wagon oolts like Omchtf PPtlOrders promptly filled at store prices SHOPPING OF ALL KINDS DONE fxodselfnddmssed stamped cuvelo for particulars References furnished Address Yrs J Darts12t4 Lincoln ArtClnclnnaUO Are you proud of your home Have you any pride in your town If so let us publish a picture of it in our Book History This history will go all over the State and Into adjoining States It will be rend and reread for years to come by this and succeeding genera bone- ra have the price and the wacon why Writ buy the Birdsell wagon when jou can got both Smchtf n B Shackelford da Co i The all star caste in aThe Two Orphans vill be at the Lexington Opera H mss mntinee and night March 11 z This is the organization that created such sensation at the New Amster dam Theatre New York last spring Thn success attained by it then was so great that the various stars interested were prevailed upon to make short tour j of the leading cities of the country this season The event will be one of the mot interest ins in the history of the local stage as never before hue many promhent actors been seen together in one company and it is not probable that such another organization will ever main be sent upon the road as tlie expense attached to it makes it almost prohibitive It was necessary to find a pay in which the parts were evenly balanced and no one player would have an undue advantage over another Tho only olay known ti the English speaking stage which fulfilled all these requirements was The Two Orphans In selecting the cast for the revival Liebler d Co were actuated by two trotiyea They wished to give the public au opportunity to see a perfect play and they also wished to settle the question as to the comparative merits of the two schools ot acting The representatives of the old school in the company James ONeill ClatMorris and Elite Proctor Otia there resentatives of the modern school are Sarah Trnax Abel Irving Bijou For nandez Mrs LeMoyno Ja lou Lee i Finney and JE Dodson Special rIdes will be made on the C k O By from Winchester Orders for seats sent to Manager Scott will receive prompt attention tl Bead teas picture at yoga hoeae our Or Book History of RIeara4Bd and I Madison county We already have 12 of the pretty homes in Biekm bWl e 3 99t TQ91II AGENTS iwry We can sell you a range for what anyone else will ask you for a common cast box stove C E Douglas Co feb58t A household necessityDr Thomas Electric 011 Heals burns cuts wounds of any sort cures throat catarrh asthma never fails It is reported that quite a good deal of sickness prevails at Waco and vi stuffy Mr N G Todd the merchant prince of Brassfield has been confined to his bed with grippe Rev E H Burnam will fill the pulpit at the Baptist church next Sun day mornin and evening at the ncnal hours Shackelford Co can interest von by giving you prices on the American Steel Fencing Smchtf The body of Louis Mays who was murdered last October was found last week by two women who were hunt jag stray sheep along Millers Creek in Estill county As a result of tbefrrew some find Bell Berry and John Flm ehem and John Swanton have teen arrested charged with the crime The observing editor of the Lancas ter Record remarks It is stated that twenty per cent of the telephone girls marry every year As a matter of course Did you ever hear of a rill qualifying herself to make a living that some beast if a man didnt want to marry her With all duerespect to the male contingent of the human race we must say that there are more men looking for wives who can support them than there are women on the lookout for husbands Work on the Streets During the pretty weather of the past week Street Commissioner Beachara Lackey has had his force at work and a great deal has been done towards cleaning up the mud etc- Frtas of Nature Mr Calvin Maupin brought two eggs to this office which are indeed curiosi ties They are very small even smaller than bantam eggs One is perfectly shaped while the other is the exact form of a gourd The shells resemble out side of gourd or thin wool more than an egg shell They are freaks in the fullest sense of the word and we would like to see the foul that laid them Bank at Waco Yesterday a Lank was organized nt Waco with a capital stick of 1500081 of which has been subscribed The beard of directors and cashier were selected too late for publication in this issue A brick building will be erected and a fire proof vault put in This is quite an enterprisiug act on the part of our neighbors at Waco and we con gratulate them and wish them much success For Gonnalmio In the proper place in this issue will be found the announcement of exSen star G W Gates who will make the race for councilman from the West End precinct Mr Gates is one of our best known citizens public spirited and pro gressive He bas served in the Legisla urn also General Asnembly He will no doutt make a good man for the office he seeks and hA asks the sup port of his friends and Democrats 1+ Court Day The largest crowd in months Wile here Monday it being coot tv r nr day The Madison County Stuck Yard report about 1200 cattle on the market ranging in price tram 3M to 5 cents A large number of mules were on the market tho beet price being about 1125 In addition to this horse trading was brisk bringing good prices Mer chants in general were much pleased with the run of business and the day passed without any particular distur haute Cktsgt of Firm The firm of Crutcher Tribble has dlesolved partnership Mr James P Tribble becoming sole owner of tho es tablishment As is well known this is one of the most uptodate shoe houses in the city and both members ot the old firm are extremely popular young men Mr Tribble will conduct the business at the same old stand The Climax wishes him much success in his new undertaking and at the same time expresses sincere regret over Mr CrutcherB retirement Ofl to Sweset v J yl3srsraago we ety was a place ae Somerset spry eytlrytbing is booming Somerset fust recently two of mostonrprogreesivsvoangt lea Messrs Grinetead wed Bytee left here for Palaskis capitot sail ate now frilly installed in theory goods buemeie Is that town Now we are Ued apoq to loakejHo tice that two taoroodeYr cltiMM havo gaff tbre M ewe CltM JMbc MMl Jefcn Mahler who will roper up a ftrt4t dusts tailoring wMabiwbinent 7ttM JlbPerMtia a wiIiKn Jt it 0 d II I t i 4L tI t j f Ht J l r 1 r f dI r a b ttAII tit 3 K J ii i Nows your chance for Shirt Bargains Weve just finished stock takingand find the shirt stock F just twice as large as it should be and in order to cut it down quickly weve made these very 1 unusual pric I reductions QjW 6 1 for I 9 C- j 70cts buys choice of all our fine dollar shirts in both soft and stiff bosoms not a shirt reserved f all go These are ftj famous Lion and Monarch brands f all bright clean xVv goods the very latest patterns and styles Be quick fcj List ptck79cts i tl for 65 Same bands and quality as the 79c lotf but some are slight ly rumpled in handling nilothers are lots in which only a few shirts are left t nothing less than regular dollar quality bu talloat the extremely low price of 65 cents T T 1r t tt lt rr r rHives area terrible torment to tile little folks and to some older ones Easily cured Doaus Ointment never tails Instant relief permanent cure At cup drug store Sac The majestic Electric Olympic and Monitor Ranges are all the best that money can buy We buy them in car load lots and can save you money if you are in need of a stove of any kind C E Douglas t Co feblo St Inalctments Against The Standard Oil to The Madison County Grand Jury Friday returned 143 indictments against the Standard Oil Co The charges mentioned are for running a retail wagon in the county without n license The penalty is a fine of from SCO to 1000 for each offense The question to determine the liability of the company in this matter is now pending before the court of appeals and should the indictments be sustained and the minimum fine be im posed it will mean much in a finan cial way to the county Farm Bayers sail Sellers can save you money spent in look in for farms or other property if you let me know what yon want and location preferred have property to sell in many parts of Kentucky and in other states My list furnished on application shows you that and in it you will find a n umber of bargains If you wish to sell yonr property I can find a buyer for it No cost to list no commission to pay till I sell Writs me and mention CLI MAX W T EWINO REAL ESTATE ACJENCY Harrodsbnrg Ky When in town looking for a wagon dont fall to see the Birdsell wagon at D B Shackelford d Cps Smchtf Minister to Switzerland President Roosevelt has appointed Mr B J Clay of this city to the posi tion of United States Minister to Switz erland The appointment was made through the effort and recommenda tions of Hon John W Yerkes Mr Clay and his wife nre now in Europe and his friends here at home are much oVasfd over Lie success in winning this land in the diplomatic service Mr Clay onto refused a foreign position at the hands of President Cleveland for the reason that ho preferred the Switz erland post the salary of which office is S7500 per year besides some patronage Including the Secretary of the Legation iind several attaches The American is the only horse high hug proof soil bull strong fence that is made Remember we are at the same old stand Smchtf DB Shackelfoid ct Co There WUlbmotliansB tfcb Year for The idler The leaner The wobbler The weakling i The smatterera r i The indifferent t The unprepared The The impractical toeorist Those who wattle the clock The slipshod and the carelem The young man who lacks backwae The person who k alrald of obstacles The mAn who has HO Iton In hie blood The person who to save OB foundatioca The bay ho aUpeirottea hours into bie scbooliBgr t The maR who I s always runntefc earth up with his business I The maa who oaa jje a little of every tblajc nd not mueh of a yUiMr Tlie tYait whys rake to mociod bwt fsivot willing to pay t pTlseopgwbotrksiiso pfek wriy flee ow ere out oI hlrtrtsi tpsstiu i RviQiai tie thorn = itt btt IICCatptejatii tou FJ Hemp heed fur Sale Best cultivated horny seen for sale at lowest prices Cash r on time R M West Lancaster Ky 8mch2m Lost On East Main strict between the Madison Monumental Works and this ofllce a ladies gold watch with gold pendant Watch contained two pho tographs Liberal regard if returned to J B Borders this office To Carlisle Mr H P Harris who has been the efficient Cashier for the Telephone Company at this place has been trans ferred to Carlisle Ho will remove his family there at an early date His many friends wish him much success- 1n his new field Dissolution tfotlce Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between Crutcher Tribble dealers in pants furnishing goods ha by mutual con sent been dissolved Mr Crutcher re tiring from the B Crutcher mchSlt J P Tribble Ells Band to Lease f ark Opera House Manager D C Higgins has made a proposition to the Elks Band to take the Opera House it Paris off hU hands for next seasod commencing tree first of September The band has accepted the proposltioji but the contract has not yet been sigred It is understood that in case tale trade is made the band will have a full orchestra of twelve pieces at every performance which will add grealy to the affray tions Bourbon News Improving tki Tfmple Richmond Comniandery Knights Templar have engag d one of the finest fresco artists iu Cincinnati to come here and do some work of that kindat the Temple The ballroom the Blu Lodge room and the Temple roooi wili be very much improved and beautified About 700 will be expended for rift work which amount will give some idea of what will bq done This will be completed by the lino the Conclave meets here in May ald it goes without saying that all visiting Knights will be impressed with the interior of our Ma sonic Temple Art Clnb Notes The Art Club heldjits semimonthly meeting as usual ii the Elks Club- Rooms on the 27th itnst On account of the inclemency ofr the weather ant a small number responded to roll call Thft subject of the n sting was Paint fog one of the broadest and most comprehensive of year Miss Pep pardn paper ADriel History ol Painting since tha inalBsance gave a clean and concise idea of that period o artThe PtejllapLaehtes by Miss Deverell wa8 tendered in a most intelligible and chajfmfng way The program was completed withMre Kel logga paper on thejjlmpressionlsts which weevery ca lily enjoyed bYe all Fictwiev For Kentack- yMr L D Samlna well known Kentucky Hewspapt r man formerly proprietor of the I arbourville NeTs and for sebie yen engaged iu this Newspaper Syndic p business in Chicago Is endeavorio t to locate some large manufacturing concerns in Ken tuckyTbrollKIitsuewl organized Com mercial Club OeerjH own has secured the large Asphalt cr tern with which Secretary Paul Moft anal other Chi cafiO men are connect Mr Bmpsou Jje just opened an office ai 140 Dear born street has been commvwH D d by sen jkallargealtaUe- etabllshelf concern to find location for new of bnicfi fa lories Be dill ires to beet frow Keatae jy town wklch of tee natarai oilcan M iti the way of ftsel rrraistarialksp wiuu ael- iU llt e 7 NN NN +++ ++ ++ +No i+ y i At the Theatre i rfN NN1NtNe0NN F4NN For the past few weeks the S R- 0siitn has been used for SImvelles Romeo mId Juliet production Stand tag room only It is one of the positive hits and financial successes of the sea son The oldtime argument thatShake speares plays were not wanted that it was above or over the heads of the average public has been dispelled We have proved very decisively this season that all that was necessary was to give the the theatregoing public a firet class uptodate production and advertise it with plenty Al special paper All this we have done nod much more We gave selected for production the best known and most beloved of all Shake speares immortal plays Romeo and Jnliet provided a firstclass company ofrecognized legitimate actors magnifi cent wardrobegorgeous special scenery aud properties for the entire six acts special music and much the finest spec tai lithographic paper ever used by any legitimate uptodate production 22 kinds of special paper all in four colors A duo reverence for the immortal Bard and the timehonored traditions of the classic stage has been shown both in the production and advertising We are filling an average of 9 theatres out of every 10 at increased prices and the an liunces are simply delighted the cur tain calls will average n dozen each petformaiice the famous balcony scene retting several nightly Return dates are wanted at all points and all mana gers to date have voluntarily tele lIp led head to points we are booked that the production is all we claim fur it and that it has their unqualified approval that it is an attraction that can be per sonally guaranteed to the best people everywhere At Gtand Opera House Friday March 10 Prices 50c 75c and X100 Seats ou sale at Wines Drug- Store BIRTHS WEJTTo the wife of Mr Joseph West of Doylesville Friday night an eleven pound Harber is the name of the little lady who arrived at the home of Mr sad Mrs Jo S Jop Ito in Bloomiugtoa ILL ou last Friday Friends here extend and hope that she may inherit her mothers good looks sad her fathers whole BOuleJ courteous disposition Wanted Two or three young ladies to assist us in getting out our hook history ot Rich mond soil Madison county Light easy work good salary Apply at this office Tie Santa Will Offered for Frobate The last will and testament of the late Samuel P Hunter better known as John Hunter was offered for probate in the County Court Monday Mr Hunter wills to Samuel P Kuby Lip fant sou of Jesse and Lillian ICirby the tract of landand all buildings and thereon containing 55 acres situated on the Oter Creek pike aud known as the home place To Mrs Pattie Willis wife of J B Willis of Crab Orchard 300 Mary Ellen Stafford Jessamine county X300 Hob ert JamEA1Dvid John Klchard Will lam Anue Susan and Nannie Bodes children of Presley Bodes colored Madison county 8600 to be eqnallv di vided Mrs Lillian Kirby wife of Jesse Kirby wh6 resided with Mr Hnnirr allthtl household and kitchen furni tare belle bedding etc Before stir of thn Bpftcific devisees are paldDlrlluo ter wills tat a suitable monument b erected over his grave in the lamely herjisfc ftreand and the payment of alt jitet elajeas against leis estate CnLI yfx oenotl is named as exectttor Mr HtMier had On deposit in twuk ftQHisthiag seer t3OOo1he ttkesttof- of prottttittg this Milltzar lamIwtil lIiftIbf a o r Spe ial White Dress Shirts y t r t at 50 ts It One lot of fine white dress shirts that sold for 75e Sic price only 50 cents + i f 50c for 39c f i All our fifty cent shorts go in this sale heavy work sdttli k excepted White shuts colored shirts 1 pleated bosoms je plain nice dressy effects or every day patterns a wide va q 39 cents Early Ybu t it ifGOVINGTO J AND BANKS tr t tt educatedfool businessT Chicand boy- JOPLINJosephlne congratulations Improvement Coancil Frocecdiag- sTho regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held on last Thursday night with the Mayor and all Conncil men present The usual reading of minutes and different reports was the first business enacted Martin Gentry brought in n com plaint concerning a branch which runs through his place and the matter was turned over to the Hoard of Hualth Mr Sam Rice was given a permit Jo build on Third and Wlount8tr ota A rebate of poll tax was refused Mr Sam Hagari Dr G W Evans Appeared before the Council concerning tiLe trees oq Aspen MenlO stating that when he opened tint street the city agreed to keep these trees in good repair anti At the time of the Bales tIre sovaral of these were killfil soil haye never been replaced according to contract Mr Sliackelford reported that he had opened negotiations for crushed rock to be used in street work this spring but with no success so tar The Mayor advised the Street Com mittee to look into the matter of pur chasing a rock crusher A committee was appointed to re quest the L b N and the Lck A roads to attach u passenger coach to their morning freights frost Paris nnd Vor satires This is for the benefit ot stock men on court days Mr Z T Rice of tho Board of Educa bon reported that they were out of funds sod he was given S1500- Mr T H Collins appeared in behalf of the bartersof the city sad request ed that uit ordinance be passed prohib trine the opening of barber shops on Sunday the same being passed Mr John Allmnn asked for the lay ing of a pavement on Big Mid street fr which nuvcral ordinances tense been passed A committee was appointed totake bid for the construction of same and work on it will be begun at once Mr W L By bee tendered his resig nation as a member of the Council such an action being caused by his re moval to Somerset His resignation wire accepted and Mr Joe A Myers V elected to nil this vacancy The following claims were turned over to the Finance Committee J C Imciey 65 70 Covlttjton Arnold cFBro 10 05 Jo Stanifor II R Blantou 2 10 13 50 Climax Printing Co l 50 B L Diitldelton 50 toy a White 12 75 Fire Department 5G 00 Richmond Telephone Co 4i0 We give special prices on crimped steel woe trod American fencing Our advice is jmt up i52incli American fence wjth two sfrande of steel crimped wire on toy which makes it horse high hog proofJllllinli strong Smchtl Unique Wedding A linos nt the same moment that tluy were bapt led in midstream MiEs Dcia drayham and James Knox both o BowenP jsroll county Ky were also joined in Wedlock The groom was immersed irst remaining standing in baptizedtindimm the Rev Jlh Folsou who baptized boihr read the irftirriuue ceremony the couple takjpg the vows as the bhivered iIi the icy jraters The usual wedding iiowoveriae no more extraordinary ban the jonitship Both rained thr uburcti at ji revival meeting Tuesday nlshtfell jfh Live with each othtir lit llrdt sight aad agreed on the slatt to get m rrkd injStillwatcr Cicek while been baptized e announcement thai tfie bapli ra w old be followed by a Eaarft azti ia KI Stream attracted a larx crowd u p pla to tieseeneltlaattycoat reg fraai h tilstance It Js itlia9d s11t ibis foet hniHlr lr e ftuKwi M bat when 4he doubt stgiHantiy tta Vtor a i Who sets the American Steel ItIlower than ever Smchtf Seeoed Contest The eenond annual musical add elocutionary coolest under tbe auspices of the Kebekah Lodge I O a F will take place the latter part of April The programme will appear in next weeks issue This occasion is very pleasantly anticipated sash year and Is alwaru entered tofu with ft great of earnestness on the part of the con testants lies Way of Rabfer Tobacco Two plants one of tobacco the other of corn may be the solution or raising tbe finest grade of Hurley says the Breckinridge Democrat At B F tteardg tobacco warehouse is a lot of Hllrleyofa rue bright color acid to be equal to the cauvaee grown article Brecktoridpefarm of tobacco and a stalk of corn The corn shaded the tobacco until it has a superior color soil texture that will place It among the finest cigarette to bacthl We are unable to learn the of feet ilirf tobacco hail upon thecernbut can 11 e no reason why with plenty of ftlrdliz r the corn yield would be materially decreased Farmers may well make inquiry into the matter and ex crowingTorowbut one rmild he prodncetl is a queatidu of profound importance in farm eco nomics Not a Patent Medicine H o met the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Proscribed bj Physicians No ODe sbcnld eonfoWMi Hyomei with the patent medidMi that are ad veil ispd to curs catarrh It fs as far stipeiior to them all as tbe diamond more valuable than ebeap glass Their composition ii secret hot Hyomei gives its furniula tu nil reputable llysicialI Its bawistho valuuble eficalvpliis oil faruons fur is aitiwptk qmilitiis This is o niliinl iili aromatif iin healing enni and balsams marine pure liquid which when used in the H omei pocket inhaler firs Ihairyou breathe with germkilling lisCH e dctitroyiug soil healing powers hat kills all ratnrr halL rrms there rosy be in the the If nOse and lungs HI oolinh it is t try and cure ca tai rte by swallowing tablets or lijii is The only natural way to cure thin tlis eaa and all other diseases of the resjii raun organs is to breathe Hyomei Thm treatment teas been so success ful Hiring W per cent of all who hat owl it that Hyomei is now sold by I t L Middelton under an absolute urnar antn tl to refund the money if it does not cure You run no sick whatever in buying Hyomei It it did not PIOfkj unusual powers to cure it could not he sold upon this plan The complete Hyomei outfit costs SI and comprises an inhaler a hauls of Hyomei and a dropper ThE inhaler will last a lifetime soil additional hot tlPa of Hvoiiwi can he ohMincif fr5lie To Spring Styles Sprig is here CM tlx time fur enrldecorating Nothing helps the appt anceof a room more than fresh patrr- abd a ntrw cvii i faint T iruii t 11ittHshal w f cant to tell you abour- Our tock ceLl ikte We hnt IVideas galore li llllhorlol y si cait find Letter or nre beau- tiiulPAPER than vie an1 carrying this season Th n too wn 111111skilled workmen an that meiiK a nieli a rnerelv stlefi r pretty paiwr One beauty about our nperb hrk that of low prices ycwant y dl u cKiie slur s o us inves gate our line rad we will promise y i that we Inltlthe thekrleIndt1p- muer styles We also hamlle all kims of Window iniiUtianti lixtnren iiclui Oils Varnisiie Paints etc Give is a call 60 M WilIging West Main Street RICHMOND KY =We want H picture of you tts t appear in our Gunk History t1t tuiTIlilnil and MalS1 county Q I II L tiy1 f Dont Miss d Y your opportunity to buy a pair ofour mens Ife o Rub er Boots d tJ at the the Sweepout price of L49 599 and 229 Cash The same Boots that sell at other places fob 250 3and I 350 n j r ma i Q THE ONE PRICE HOUSE M fi tam 0 Richmond VYI r 4 Q 1a r TIrg Every housewife every cook knows that God eares Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had P Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADEBYTHE i Elliston Mill CO WACO KENTUCKY JIN 1ffi i 7r m j l 9 mmiX NlrZ R 71 White and Gibson f THATS ALL F t 7I7F7rHffi 7I7i- i 6 M- f Diamonds c Watches Cocks c r Cutglass All kinds of fewelry Vand Precious Stones rdescription c These are some of the V thiugstobefoundfltLafleSJewelry watch or clock refuse to go take them to Lane lie will fix them If your ring c needs resetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too l If yon want anything that Vcan be found In a first clam ebtabllBbroont go to Lanes He is well fixed c in these kind of articles LELanec c Jeweler and Optician OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash t Every drop nusrai teed to he pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can he found for medicinal pur pose You want the best Furnished Sirlctly to Familyrrraae 30 year old in jOg 400 per gallon 10 bottles 55 5U ujUII 25C 5 bottles 31New Whisky S180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop J Old Joe Distillery it McBrajer novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY JM F Enright jFirstStreet Wire Fence tIam agent for the celebrated LvMB FENCE Those wishing to r purchase the best wire fence will call on or address J D LONG ayllOMyr Richmond Ky F IN ORDER Fcto get tie great prize will givo OQ prices on the PAC FENCE It i Sixty Days as follows L Jonr toot lence eleven wires heavy stay loop top No 7 wire at 40 cents per rod Five loot fence 12 wires heavy tttay at 65 cents per rod r These s have never been imaden his county before COTrK KIRKSVILLE KY i announcements FOR MAYOR We ireauthorized announced Ci AKENCB R WOODS a candidate for Mayor of Rich mond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce n EROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney sub lect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce TUbS H COLLINS a candidate for City Attorney sub Ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge H C RICE a candidate for the office of Polire Judge of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic partyFOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are athorized to announce JAMES H ALLMAIf a candidate for Chief of Police of the city fif Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce CLAUD DEVORE a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce V W HAR DIN a candidate for the office of 5bief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democstlc party We are authorized to ann unce W M CREEKMORB candidate for Chief of Police of Richmond sublect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr T WILSON a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNCILMAN- We are authorized to announce ROBERT GOLDEN a candidate for Councilman from the University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A D MIL LEfts candidate for reelection to the office of City Council of Richmond subject IB the ac lion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr T T COVINGTON a candidate for the office of subjecttoWe are authorized to announce JO A MYERS a Candidas for City Council from East End Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ALBERT GENTRY a candidate for Councilman from East End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to Announce JENNINGS MAUPIN a candidate for Councilman from Fast End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic partyFOR JAILER We are authorized to announce LEE O SHEAKER a candidate for Jailer of Madson county subject to the action of the Republican party FOR MAGISTRATE- We are authorized to announce Mr J D DYKES a candidate for Magistrate of Rich mond Magisterial District subject to the ac lion of the Democratic party FOR CONSTABLE We are authorized to announce Mr M 8CRIVN ER a candidate to the office of Consta ble of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party ARB Y U INTBRB TBD IN THB Condition of Y- ourTeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25c Teeth Filled 60c With Gold 1 Solid Gold Teeth 4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are Justis teeth and they are the best no matter what you pay for having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY nriOiUounm Long distance lines and telephones of thIs Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Vie can put you in quick and satisfactory Communication with the I people of this grtsection of the country d We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and fcUitIe un ur pMUd J jEjjjjjjj ftIrjNMILIER 4AoacwiTLAvHICHMOSD Kwrrocirr vr Once n the Barnam BnlldiBKi next dear 16 anaera National Bank feb8- lyA3trIjIiIvJ AN ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffice over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAtJLT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennett old law office over Perry Thomas drug store iuyOJ UBIUUlA r Most Select and Largest Yielding Sorts Mammoth Red Cob White Dent The largest yielding and most satisfactory large white Com offered GOLDEN KINGT- he best early large yellow Full stocks of other superior sorts Write for list and prices and improve your Crops BLUE RIBBON SEEDS Are always the most economical to use BED1L LOrIS Largest stocks of Vegetable and Flower Seed AUalL1 Rape Grass and Clo1er Seeds Seut Potatoes Cow Peas Soy Deans Millet Sor ghum ctc- DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY T The Colonels Waterloo HoneyGrovefrom Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I bias nearly camplalntsandaltlioughI good so I got a 50c bottle oi your treat Electrij Bitters which cured me I consider thon the best medicine on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold Dyspepsiaflhliotisnes bottle 1m Unusually Low Colonists Rates February 21 and March 21 Homeseekers Rates February 21 March 7 and 21 via Southern Railway to points in Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska New Mexico Tex as and other territory A series of very low one way and round trip lates are offered on the above dates to those wishing to visit or settle in the great West and South westThe Southern Railway has its own line and runs two solid trains daily from Lexington Louisville and iutormeclirte to St Louis For rate schedules and full information apply to G B Allen A G PA- St Louis Mo C H Hungerford T W Crews DPA TPALouisville Ky Lexington Ky EXPRESSIVE NAME FOR INDIOESTIOL B L Middelton Has Simple Remedy That is Guaranteed to Cure the Trouble No one word better expresses the condition of the sufferer from weak stomach or indigestion than misery The stomach is weak and cannot di treat the food BO that there Is no appe tite there are pains in the bowels the head and back ache and the misery goes to every organ Strengthen the stomach and the di gesfive system by the use o Miona This is the only stomach remedy known that gives relief by strengthening the stomach and digestive organs It is this principle that makes it a certain cure for indigestion Other medicines may give temporary relief by helping digest thp food but they do not strengthen the stomach and that or gan gets weaker and weaker all the timeB L Middelton the reliable drug gist has so much confidence in this remarkable remedy that he guarantees a cure or Ihe money will be refunded Miona costs but 50 cents a box Ask to see the strong guarantee given with every bo- xJliona is in tablet form and should be taken before each meal Other remedies for stomach troubles and in digestion are taken alter the mnal and decompose the good food you eat but Miona used before eating strengthens the stomach so nhes and heals all irri tation and inflammation enriches the blood and puts the stomach in such a healthy condition that it will take care of the food itself and there will be no pain and sutTering Telephone B H Tuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight beaters 28dtf A Cold in the Head is simply a mild form of catarrh Use that which cleanses and heals the diseased membrane Bunsens Catarrh Lure Is the remedy Jt cures catarrh easily and pleasantly contains no mercury or other injurious drug It is quickly absorbed gives instant relief and opens and cleanses the nasal p ges Regular size EOc Ask your drug gist B L Mlddeltou for free sample and pamphlet telling about catarrh mch KELLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS I KingsNew FOR ONSUMPTIOti I KJGKS and DS II5Oc 1111THROAT Eftf 1w bJlke i III u Ha FOR lEBYf mWlTIrM MAI ESTATE AIEHCY Harcodsburg Ky 310 acres on pike 4 miles from Har rodsburg brick houso 3 barns tobacco farm at 62 an acre 102 acres on pike 2 miles from Har rodsburg nice cottage barns etc grows tobacco etc atGOan acre 54 acres 1 mile of pike 4 miles Har rodsburg cottage barn good land 1000 100 acres on pike Im1les Harrods bnreorchardcottagemostly in grass at 60 an aero 257 acres on pike near Salvisa Mercer county no dwelling good land 60 an acre 180 acres In Salvisa on pike nice house barns good land at 55 156 acres on pike 1 mile Harrods burg 7 room house large barn wood land good farm at 60 an acre ISO acres 3 miles Harrodsburg on pike handsome residence good land 75 acres County road 3 miles Har rodsburg good house born wood land at 50 210 acres 5 miles Salvisa on pike handsome dwelling numerous other building grows tobacco etc a nice farm 8000 52 acres 4 miles Havrodsbnrg close to pike good land cottage barn 3000 160 acres I mile Harrodsburg on pike new and handsome dwelling large barn cistern stock well creek tine land at 8750 103 acres on pike 4 miles Harrods burg 7 room house barns fruit good land 6000 156 acres 5 miles Harrodsburg on pike dwelling 2 barns grows tobacco etc orchard 5000 166 acres on pike 6 miles Harrods burg near r ilway station mostly in grass 6 room house 2 barns a nice Farm and cheap at 42 40 acres on Kentucky river near Orgon Merger county nice house burns some bottom landa good farm 2000 171 acres on pike 8 miles Harrods burg 2 miles railway station new 2 story 7 room house large barn fruit nice farm mostly in grass 5130 200 acres fine land on pike 8 miles Harrodsburg 5 room house walnut woodland will grow anything price 65 and a bargain 540 acres on pike near Boyle line 5 51barnsbeauty price 86 an acre 2ftlacres on pike 5 miles Harrods burg nw residence and barn line to bacco land at 70 an acre 215 acres on pike 5 miles Harrods burg 7 room house good land worth acreImiles barn good land price 40 an acre 264 acres at limits of Harrodsburg no house but two hams good farm grows tobacco cheap at price 50 an acre 74 acres good grass land farm will grow tobacco 8 room house 2 barns worthmoney at 550 an acre 165 acres on pike near Salvisa 4 room house tobacco land lays well large barn at 45 an acre 155 acres on piLeS miles from Har rodsburg 7 room house barn very fair land at 65 an acre 167 acres in 14 mile of pike 7 miles Harrodsburg 6 room house 2 barns etc good laud at 3250 an acre 200 acres in Warren county Ky 6 miles Bowling Green on pike nice dwelling barn orchard grows to bacco wheat etc 4000 Ex for farm 307 acres Spencer county Ky on pike near Normandy Station 8 room 2 barns orchard grows to bacco etc at 50 an acre Ex for farm 500 acres 6 miles Lebanon Ky 100 acres in cultivation grows tobacco corn etc 400 acres in timber small house barn etc 2000 148 acres Bourbon county Ky 300 vans of pike 3 miles Little Rock 5 room house tobacco barn tobacco and hemp land price 70 an acre 340 acre Garrard county on Ken tucky oliver nice residence barn fruit line hemp wheat corn and to bacco landa bargain at price 85 an acre 427 acres Maikn county Ky 6 miles Lebanon near railway station 75 acres in cultivation grows tobacco etc 427 acres timber house and barn 1800 47 acres in Madison county Kyat Sadwin 35 acres in cultivation tine dwelling line tobacco hemp land at 85 an acre- 900acre plantation in 44 milesof Memphis Tcnn in 3 miles railway town 150 acres in cultivation bal ance in cypress gum oak and hick ory timber 5 room dwelling several shopGture fine tock farm or will grow corn cotton etc 15000 Will ex for a Kentucky farm or other prop payHotel in Hamilton Ill opposite Keokuk 70 to 85 rooms fine mineral well large patronage convenient to electric cars 15000 Will ex for a Kentucky farm or other property 190 acres in Alachua Fla no im provements fine orange and fruit land in pine cypress magnolia timber 5 miles Gainesville 1400 Ex for equal value TOUR OF ALL MEXICO Tour of aIr Mexico in January arid February under escort of Beau Camp bell General ManagorAmericaii Tour- Ist Association For rates dates sleeping cur reservation and full particulars of itinerary address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati 01- 110STOMOHJ CUBES THE body its life from digestedRrolthy blood the body but stomach troubles arise from carelessness in eating and stomach disorders upset the entire system Improp oily znzsticated sours on the stomach causing distressing pains nausea When overeating is persisted in the mes and worn out and dyspepsia claims the victi- mThodfordu BlackDraught cures dyspepsia the and bowels of congested matter and gives the stomach jifiwlife stomach ia quickly invigorated mid the goodappetite fo9cLYou your stomach with this mild and natural remedy TryThedfords Black Dranght today You can buy a package from dealer for h5c ho does notlccp it send the money to The ChattanoogaTcnn anailed you THED1ORDSBLU1flGII IHils u iIc 0 r Beautiful oughtThe sweet pure breati oi the babe ia suggestive of innocence Iliad health A mothers fir children fa in llUutiUlandItsweetest and best influence to bear OB the subject of her mater To relieve pain and make easy that aiod when life bori again Mothers friendIs used It is a liniment easily administered and for external use only Pregnant women should trythis remedy it being undeniably a friend to herduring natures term of suspenstandanticipation riJther Friend if used throughout gestation will soften tljsbreasts thereby preventing crocked andiore nuscles withthe burden will relax become sup le and elastic from its applicationAll region will to the expanding COVet containingtheembryoilllothersHicndis Of all reliable druggistS ico per bottle Write for free on TIotnernood tEE BRADFIELD BEGULATCB CCLATUHTA6Jt TALKING TREE KENTUCKY Marvelous Phenomenon Is Eeported from Blue Grass jState Voices Distinctly Heard Paducah KyTliere are treas ures burled at my rots These are the words which the Immense crowds which dally gather un der the talking tree near Heath In this county listen to with awe and tremblingThe which seems to emanate from the gnarled trunk can distinctly tomakeabove are Intermittently uttered in a mournful cadence It makes no dif ference whether or not the wind Is blowing Many students of the phenomenon are plain matter of fact people unimaginative and never inclined tobelieve In the occult All tell the same story A party consisting of the most reliable citizens of the county visited the tree to make a thorough investigation for th mselveii as to the noises being heard They listened patiently for several hours when after a amid den Crash which has been heard many times before the marVeloUs prOdvlfr Lion of human voice came The mystery yet remains unsolved and so great has the number of people been who have gone there in the last several months that the tree Is now dead caused by the continuous tramping on the earth surrounding it The only theory that has been suggested is that a man was killed under the tree in 1862 and while many do not believe in spirits the facts are so plain and the vole can be so dis- tInctly heard that thjy cannot dispute the fac- tGOODBY TO SEASICKNESS New SelfLevelIng Bunk Invented Which It Is Said Will Bob Ocean of Its Terrors LondonMal der tner it is claimed will bo known no nON on cross channel passages by those wbo recline in the new selfleveling bunks with which the steamers Lord Warden and Calais are to be fitted The inventor of these bunks Is a Lon don dentist named Whliehouse whG says he has been engiged on this present system for more than three years The mechanical problems were most difficult to solve and they have occupied the attention of some of the best mechanical engineers of London for sev eral months It was the application of electricity to the invention which even tually solved the puzzle Mr Whltehouse who says he is one of the worst sailors who ever crossed the channel declares that In his swing Ing cot he Is able to brave the worst weather at sea without a qualm The cot Is suspended in a steel framework from the root of one of the deck cabins and the motion of the boat is counteracted by four cords from each corner which pass through electric brakes These automatically maintain the cot lit a horizontal position The berth also Is fitted with a water mat tress and has an electric fan which can be set in motion by touching a but ton and brings 4 delicious draft of air across the face of the occupant JOKE IS ON THEIR FATHER Daughters of a Widower In East St Louis IlL Answer the Parents Matrimonial Ad East SU Louis lll Advertlsing for a wife has its advantages over the more conventional method of seeking a spouse no doubt jt is swifter and quite as certain to bring results The results however are apt to be startling as an East St Louis business man can vouch if he could be Induced to talk on the subject He is a irosperous wIdow- er with a family and has just finished an extraordinary experience in this line He inserted the adwhlch toldin busi nesslike fashion whHa good match he was for some lucky g rl with the neces salT accomplishments and directed that answers be sent to a pertain post office box number One morning In leS than a week his matrimonial mall brought four letters There was one bid frfom each of his three daughters and tle fourth was from his niece For anyoiie but papa the letters would have liien good reading The widower has slice been torn by conflicting emotions HIs paternal duty calls on him to point put to his daugh ters the foolishness tfl such conduct but there Is the danjjer of being told that he Is not the ony foo In the tam fly The chances are the letters will disappear in smoke find the girls will never hear from hirn- Bealthlest L cf Cities According to government report Car cityInthis city has held thti banner for lowest rate of mortality ijjid this year ac cording to Dr A Rhojids who compiles thejyear The population of ac cording to the government representa tive is 11700 The lotal number of deaths during 1904 frtta all causes was 8L Of this number there were 11 deaths from tubenni els The death rate per thousand oj population was therefore 692 In 19 3 there were 9 deaths in the CitYdla J90i there were 104 Sells Sparrows Canaries A man who sell Inglteh sparrows coated wlthyelfow p at md calls theiB canaries faw iMMorai In with B1ICC4III in Chester Pft reen yXeMllstlie birds fGrlwUi tK proaJw of toe buyer that If wMlqJtela to h- epd an ddidAatsLd4 ar o JditetwJt O UlrtatJrjV tatf t J BIBLE UPHOLDS DIVORCE Chicago TJalverrity eerlaya There IS Mo Prohibition Con tained ia Scriptures JChicago There Is no positive Bibli cal prohibition against divorce accord lag to Dr Clyde W Votaw professor of theology at the University of ChI- cago In a lecture to his divinity students recently he said that by Implica tion at least the teachings of Christ sanctioned divorce The permanent un Ion of man and woman In marriage Is the ideal condition but the Bible does not state that nothing but this Ideal Is acceptable he argued Divorce said he was a subject of discussion In Jesus day There were tworabbln cal schools one teaching that the only permissible excuse for di vorce was Infidelity while the other school taught that any of many reasons were sufficient Christ showed in His teachings that the permissions for divorce In the Old Testamentwere conces sions to the low moral stage of the people and that the Divine ideal of marriage was the Inseparable union of man and woman The fact seems to be that Jesus In His teachings concern- Ing marriage Is dealing with the prin ciple and ideal of marriage rather than enacting a legal statute regarding It How far In actual ecclesiastical and civic legislation the ideal can be prac tically formulated he left for the decision of those upon whom the admInIstra- tion of such matters devolved SMOKE BURNER A SUCCESS At Last Dream of Clean Cities Is Within Beach of Inmediate Realization LondonAt a recent demonstration here it was proved conclusively that coal of the worst description can be burned in an ordinary boiler with practically no smoke and with a considerable sav ing in costIDamp coal dust costing 11 shillings per ton delivered was shoveled repeat edly into the furnace The sole result Was a light gray cloud at the top of the chitnney stack which cleared away in a few seconds A coke fire was burning in apall In the factory yard A handful of the same coal dust placed on this fire produced considerably more smoke than cam from the stack The smoke abolition Invention consists of a screen of tubular fire bricks made of special material built up In tho furnace in such a position that all tho products of the fire pass through the screen The latter quickly becomes In candescent and flashes the gases as they pass through thus preventing theforma- tIon ofcarbn- The chairman of the syndicate under whose auspices the tests were given considers that the Inventionwlll heap plicable to ordinary household fires al though experiments in this connection have not yet been perfected- It Is my aim he said to make London and all other cities absolutely smokeless and so to banish fog Wedded in Overalls and Boots A dare on the part of friends sent John Koehler of West Hazleton Pa to his wedding clothed In felt boots overalls cap corduroy coat and blua negligee shirt while his bride Miss Ida Steinman wore a street dress and d shawl over her head and shoulders The wedding took place in the Trinity Luth eran parsonage this city Rev John Wagner officiating The groom who Is a tinsmith worked all day and when he came home late in the evening the friends Jollied the pair saying Its too cold to dress up go in your working clothes and they did Are Apt Pupils There is an Interesting story of how Bluecloud a fullblood Sioux chief wEo recently married a white woman spends his days in the billiard rooms and clubs leaving his bride alone in her tent Still remarks the Washing ton Post some claim that the Indian is Stow to adopt the customs of the white mau DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Ma 15 1905 DZ1TAL UaZT tNT OaVexAvao L Lctosou DEnTIST Or LODISVILLH KY BulldlDgIchmSDdnoTl7Iy VM Blanton DENTIST WOfflce in Bennett Building IJanlr TELEPHONE 1M Strayed A black steer weight about 600 Ibs Liberal reward for return of same to E Deatherage Richmond Ky We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages flurries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display In our show room It will pay you to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan nera at moderate prices The best rub bet tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richm ndCarriage Works 8 L MidkifWPdw BOSWHistoric Route to NEW YOqK via Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia Stopover privileges on all Firstclass Tickets 3Elegant Vestibuled Trains all of them daily Coacheswith high back seats Pullman drawing room sleepers Observation sleeping cars Company1 owadlalagear service Meala served a la carte Sea AlleghenyMountains pers Ferry the Potomac river and the Nattex j Capitol Fer UtN tiOl traIns aJMpi ss a a ate o1I ilhetagtora4dreIs LIctrMncArrr G ctnslalbIe t aI J FcfrSalei advertised f unde- rthisheadis not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky Nol Ho3 Ho5NO6 No7 No8 No9No No No No No No No No No No No No Ns No No No No ltwo gtory frame residence contain Ingll rooms and two halls in Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet smalt barn Price 1060 less than original cost Two rice residences near Main street and only three squares from court honse A more desirable location for an Idoal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain 1120 will buy a good town lot 10x300 feetA town lot on good street 40z 200 feet Price 5150 Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acreaGresidence barn and other outbuild ings Price 1200IGood farm containing about 130 acres barn and other im proremnentsin line locality Price s500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve incubi Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 No No 35 cottages on nlcp street well Price JlOOO each cottage In firstclan condition etc Price 500 lot suitable for business can be bought cheap room cottage and seven acres live acres in grass and two good orchard and crape All necessary ont bnlldtngo property is situated in a village where churches schools are conrenlent Price of the nicest residences In contnlnlnc right rooms cellar In best portion of city 90x250 feet Price 2J03 orv residence fn rood t Lot 120x150 feet necessary outbuilding Price residence for anyone desir Ideal homo One cf the bet buildings In Richmond Improved Price 2200 IotA 1201 foeUn good neigh Price 700 residence on a 4acre lot con seven rooms and two hes eltnatedln best residence of city Stable coat hour all other necessary ont bnild A great bargain for anyone a nice home containing 90 acres right s from this city This lAnd is grass and Is Al good farm and watered There ia on this a small residence adoth r outbuildings Locality in county and grist mill Anderson SBbarrel capacity Build is 3 stories covered with iron years ago Steam and water 34Four latter three months of the It is An nptodate Roller with burrs lot corn and meal 14 acres with the mill Inclnd whAt is with the bone of 8 All for ft50 or 5500 for the and the acres Onehalf Has fine trade No mill In a fiObnrrel mill in Mercer Ky on Salt river Steam new uptodate In every and good dwelling with and 20 acres or fine 9000 Close to Southern railroad 11 acres of Florida land in on railroad Street plane leaving 5 acres on side with 2story Sroom honne oranges neach pears plume bearing and 8 acres on oth with 6room tstory house peaches pears plums etc all for 29in or the 8 for 11800 or the 5 acres for twostory frame dwrt eight rooms two bath rooms hot and water blieuent nnder entire good yard and all necessary Host location in for boarding house Mercer conntr farm In 2nd of pike 5 room 1storv house honms large barn abundant 7000 acres in 3 miles of HBrrodsbnrg pike good land 10 roSin brick excellent barns etc Will hemp etc U5 per acre acres at Bnrgln Merrer county hemp and tobacco land good excellent barnfine running Pile S5 an acre As good as 100 land twostory residence on one of residence streets of Rrhmond NIce Yard garden and bargainPriceOne tract of mineral land in Lee county on the waters of Kentucky BeattyrUlewithin tract contains 400 acres of land more oriels Will sell out lease or exchange for ImproTed farm land anywhere in the State of Kentucky This land contains the very best qnallty renal Same vein us the Beattyville coil Has splendid 10 location for ceke ovens foundries etc Will sell at a bargain if dls partIcnlrs 1905 The Popular J905 B1g4Oper- ates 2658 miles of Railway Lines in the Central States which have by expenditure of large sums ofmoney been brought to the highest grade of perfection anti their equipment In eludes everything of the best and latest designsThrough Sleeping Car Lines from the commodious Central Union Station in the heart of Cincinnati to St Louis Chicago jPeoria Toledo Detroit Cleveland Buffalo Boston and New York Trains leave Cincinnati Morning Noon and Night for the above and many other Cities making direct connections with all railway and steamer lines through the best terminals For detailed information call at Ticket Office Ingalls Building Fourth Vine Cincinnati or address Warren J Lytcn Gen Pass Ticket Agt TEKeeres Gen Southern Agt Cincinnati Ohio W rBrawIt1 Tray Pass Agent- Chattanooga Tenn 44KCALL AT +JONES MERSBONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be foun in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodation CkBBlse Saratoga Water Kept ea Tap issS Phone 3 Second St Inauguration Excursion Rates lJ Washington D C Through the most Piotueaque Re gions of America One Fare Plus 25c for Round Trip Tickets onjpale March 1nd 3 Rood returning iMarch 8 Extension to March 18 lt and of IIIITltrOpghiSleeptn BOW rt p on 1C O agiHits oraadrw G W BARNYDP L jr LnlRfoticX1l i Jr uM h1- sbii u n i u w c oc r J D Arbuckle C E Douglas G D Simmonst7 An Announcement to the Public byeEabove persons who will be pleased to have their friends call and see them at the same old stand We want to sao to the public that we now have our stock complete We have received a car load of genuine Frost Coiled Spring Steel Wire a car load of the best Wagons made The Studebaker a car load of r Olympic Diamond Ranges iiiVewagons and stoves in carload lots and if you will come t r see us we can sell you the best goods for as little or hss than you will pay for inferior goods Seeing is beleivin Come in and you will believe what we have to say Tinwoik and Gutteringfand Spouting we make a specialty of have you let us do your work or give you an estimaterRespectfully yours t GEE Donglos Co Richmond Ky SPECIAL RATESv- ia a Illinois Central Railroad g NEW ORLEANSand return account Mardi Gras March J to 6 inclusive CALIFORNIA and the NORTHWEST one way colonists March 1 to 15 MISSISSIPPI LOUISIANA etc homeseekers excursions less lhan halt price February 7 and 21 March 7 and 21 Indian TerritoryOkIahoma Arkansas Texas etc home seekers round trip February 7 and 21 March 7 and 21 One way colonists February 21 and March 21 Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas of to or D P to car in at at is to rates to ABV en sale OH Sale from Thn to Free Elec tric Cars TO TRIP who will take all Call Cs or L AN Ky c TWk Low in effect on first and third in each month to the Indian For rate tickets and rates copies foldors descriptive of California and New Orleans apply nearest railroad agent address- F W Kv Golden Flora announce the public that they received the finest and most beautiful load of Marble and- Granite ever Trade at home where you get the best goods cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street Louisville and- Nashville R R prepared Point htlcketsa1ld ekeek your baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tieketi daily Special Excarsoa HomeSeekerstartdColonists Time Tkronph Sleepers Reclining Chairs Dining WffiM eOOK TAEiA CoHSHlt your ealAgtllt pleasure details JW Richmond ei4 IhMt nfI Special Roundtrip Rates Tnesdav Southwest Territory Oklahoma and Texas through free A- Louisville Richmond Hamilton Southand Arkansas HARLOW Dmmi iQner S ala Rice fViuein c Plaintiff against Susan Leavell c TJefemleiit Notice of Sale in Kq itv By virtue of a Judgment and orl r ot Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the Pebiuary teim theyi 1905 in the above style cause the un dersigned will o- nThursday Mch 905 between the hours of 10 odock a rn and 1 oVlock p in on the preP ises In MadIson county iy prowd to expose to public tale to the highest and best bidder the following dm il ed property viz Two Certain Tracts or Parcels of Land in Madison county Xv on time waers of Paint Lick creek adjoining the land of A Merritt etc The first tract contains about 18 or 20 acres in area Iilh house on same and being a part of the land owned bv the late IrvIn Cousin Sr deceased on the road near the creek The second tract contains about 23 acres more or less and being the same land owned by Benjamin Cousin at the time of his death For a more particular description of said land reference is hereby made to time Jtida- ment and exhibits on file in the abnvfl styled action Said two tracts of land will be first offered for sale Feparatelv and then as a whole and the or bids realizing the most money will be accepted and land solo nscordincly TERMSSale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The- purchaser will be required to give bond withaptrovedI1pcurity for the pat mont of the money to liars the force and eTect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said proP- erty HHtil all the purchase money 18 paid Poteessn of said land will be given OH compliance of said sale SH THORPE Ma er Commissioner M C U It you have any fencing to do it will p rym to tee C E Douglas Co They gE n of Frost kSh biM IisMsfeb151