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NIA I1ii r r r lifn i 0 1THE CLIMAX c lf I 7 I RICHMQND it f fk1i IIVOLUME = i= 31 RICHMOND MfDISON COUNTY KENTUCKY i WEDNESDAY MARGE 15 1905 NUMBER 43 il 1 I PHONE 80 I Wines Creekmore DrugStore if COR MAIN FIRST Ik IF 7r 7I m 7I TTENTAiNew Customer+ Springf2 fevery advantage of newness quality and economy that a 7K splendidly assorted retail store can present m f We f solicit your spring trade on the representation that you r viill find it satisfactory and profitable to make your pur chases from us e t = it I We carry most anything you can ask for in + Dry Goods Notions f Shoes Hats f Gents Furnishings We also carry a complete line of Carpets Mattings and Rugs 8 iT+ = Lackeyand Hamilton THE HUSTLING CASH STORE First and Main z f Jf 71 71 1 7I F71 =ffi 7E I7F m7r71 71717175 TIlEIT ffi 4Country X Store ill IN TOWN ill I BUY FOR I c ACLJ im SELL FOR F CASH IWehandle Groceries Queensware Hardware 1 j + Woodenware Porcelain and Granlteware Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies Road Carts etc In fact most every article4 vft used on farm or in kitchen I Iour very low comparedwith the credit system 7 WE SELL THE i4 LynchDurg Ck1 Q Plow c the most substant al andeasiest running plow n the world Examine and give us your order rencing Wire Roofing etc + Old Fashioned MSRo N- f Poultry Eggs Hides fand Furs 71j i Colyer Bros r T FI+ Phone Main Street Fta RICHMOND KY 1fao s Fi 7I b 7I 7 D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT Your Bnsine Solidlied- SatIfactIon Guaranteed RICilMONDs ITj CASH PRICE makes goods when our 3R 237 REAL H New Uvef111rz Million 1011 jinnounce to tbe 1Ec that they have opened a flrjat feed and sale triable in the old Duncan staud on Irvine etreet rear of City Hall Nice eorlgsand polite attention We wish tp buy some fancy saddle arid harness horses ISjaa 3ai S C Million kSon iIr WHY IT SUCCEEDS Because Its For One Thing Only and Richmond is Learning it Nothing can be good for overythiiiR Doing one thing brings success Doans Kidney Pills do one thize only They cure backache every kidney- ill Here is evidence to prove it Elawortli Blackburn carpenter of Versailles says Some few years ago I was employed in a freight house and the nature of my work being bo my feet so much of the time and thIng 80 much heavy lifting the Doctor told me was the cause of my kidney trouble After leaving this position I went to work in 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 seizing acros the small of my back was so severe that I could hardly stoop or straghten and the secretions from the kidneys Wer6 not free enough in action were discolored and at times painful I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box They helped me right from the start and I kept on with tile treatment until I was well the aching ceased nnd the urinary trouble was corrected I cannot speak too highly of this valuable remedy Plenty more proof like this from people Call at B L Mid deltons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale bv all dealers Prie COc Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other mcl- iQMMIIQ NBR AL Mary Gentry Ac Pitagainst Nancy Todd c Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of Judgment and Order tf gala ot the Madison Cirruit Court IH iitMied at the February Term thereof UMJ in the above style cause the undersigned will o- nWednesday Mch 15 1905 between the hours of 10 oclock a prenisninpoe to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Parcel1 of Land 1Jadlsoncountr1Ky posed to be about 18 acres be the same more or less part of the tract that Joe Collins bought o James Royston lying on the road running from the Concord meeting house o Richmond All that ahelinetine Tudor at n small black ash tree murk as a side line running to a black oak Peter Taylors original n with corner ot his thousand acre survey now belonging to Josiah Gentry with that Hue between JOsiah Gentry aiid Tom Stagners to a etake with mulberry close to the road corner f Tfios ROYlltoni rhen with the road till it comes to where the line crosses the road at Valentine Tudors where tIll small black oak is marked Bsa side C01lhlsbouof toe road8ald land is sold for dis tribution TERMS Sale will be made on a credit pfwr months The urchajer wjll be to give bond with si- prOvOl security fur the payment of the purchase to have rce and effect of a Jadjjment bearing legal terest from day of sale with a Lien ie served upon Oper until all the fIIlfBAII1i tsg 1I IC eAiL II THAT COOKED THE SCHEME Ingenious Autograph Hunter Received a SetBack from Die cerning Author Perhaps the most ingenious and the most original of all schemes for procur- Ing autographs was from a lady In a western town She was raising funds for the building and support of a public library and she had conceived the idea of Issuing a volume to be called The Authors Receipt Book Authors from all over the country the most distin guished of authors always authors with a capital Ahad been good enough to send her a list of the favorite dishes of their own construction with their method of making them says the Critic The cook book was one of the many forms of literature to whl h the recipient had never turned his attention He had no more Idea of cooking than he had of milking a cow or of hifnesslnga horse or of setting a hen or of building a dyna mo He did not even care what was cooked for him so long as it contained none of the ingredients of tripe and none of the essence of tomato But he was asked to contribute a paper which she would have reproduced In facsimile stating what he could prepare most to his liking upon a kitchen range rln a chafing dish with his manner of procedure This quite nonplussed him un til he bethought himself of one partic ular and peculiar delicacy In the evolu lion of which he could safely trust his reputation as an expert In reply for which he received no thanks he said Take a long paper cutter attach to the same by means of rubber bands and securely an Ink eraser Insert the Ink eraser securely into a marshmallow plug and hold the same over a students iamb or study fire until the marsh mallow begins to sizz drops Into the ashes puts out the light or burns your hand And eat while hot He has never seen a copy of The Anchors Receipt Book NUNS IN THE GARB OF MEN Buddhist Institution Described by a British Commander in 1860 There are nuns wno wear male at tire The religious females who are thus strangely garbed are mentioned by Sir Charles Gordon In his Recollections of ThirtyNine Years In the Army In 1860 Sir Charles accompanied by a fellow officer was seeking a hospital site In Tientsin China when he came in sight of a Buddhist nunnery In spite of the warnings of one of the in mates who appeared In male attire they entered the building and found that all the other nuns were similarly dressed The Intrusion greatly shocked the Buddslst women Our regret was real said Sir Charles Explanations were ex changed we were Informed that the community within adopted male cos tume as an indication that they not only renounced the world but with It the emblems of their sex We were re ceived by the lady superior teja and cakes were oftered to and partaken of by us We were then permitted t visit the private chapel and finally we parted from the religieuses on the best of terms No Poultices for Soldiers Linseed and linseed meal have been dropped from army medicines and the army physicians have been notified that It is the opinion of the surgeon generala office that poultices have no place In Modern therapeutics all the good results obtained from them being got in a much more cleanly way by hot wet compresses The prohibition of thi timehonored linseed meal the best material for poultices seems to inter fere with a method practiced by a large number of physicians who would be inclined to testify that without it our soldiers would not receive the best care There Is surely much to be said on both sides The psychological effect at least of a poultice is entirely too great for a successful family physician to ignore and why deprive the soldier of this oldfashioned comfort Medical Record Woman Lighthouse Keeper The Santa Barbara lighthouse on the Pacific coast has been kept by a woman for 38 years In 1856 a lighthouse was erected two miles south of Santa Barbara and President Franklin Pierce appointed Albert J Williams to be the keeper In 1865 near the close of the civil war Mrs Julia f Williams was appointed keeper to succeed her hus band who had died She has had the longest service of any keeper on the coast She has been away from her post only two nights in 27 years and rarely leaves the lighthouse except on Sundays when she drives to Santa Barbara to attend church The tower rises 178 feet above the sea level and the solid white light can be seen 17 miles at sea A City Porest In Europe It Is not uncommon for a city to own in Its suburbs a forest which contributes at once to the recreation cf- its citizens as a park and to their common weal as a source of income through the sale of timber This admirable plan is being adopted by the city of Los Angles In California which pos sesses 3000 acres of brush land on which It Is proposed to plant a com mercial forest which shall serve as a park and at the same time be scientif ically administered for the growth and sale of timber to the advantage of the city treasuryYouths Companion Not Mistaken Samsmlth I can hardly sleep nIghts on account of chronic guitar Jim jones You mean chronic catarrh No I dont Chap In the room next to mine twangs the guitar every night tin nearly two oclock Chicago Sun PEFfERS NERVIGOR RE5TOPATIVE CURES NERVOU5DEBIUTY Tbb world admlTM meafIoare Jn rtrgynd5eTlatL tllrHmhdenloeo and mltll worm IIi1a CatmksruCuree twluSOMakn Ht h baaltb blwxi aad rwalra vatWdmtrTM Kaoallr rood for women Boofclxtne IUJotPZfrER HEOKAL AM3IATK CHKUQO I 9 For sale by E C Wines For Rat New six rooncottae gud 10 acres of1II Apalrto O1 Clay Si Charles HotrI Kfphmeiiil Ky or sr IittwBpe CAt I1la- C Jc ricc j IThatsdruggist said of Scotts Emulsion a shprt time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark ands i mil a r expressions are connecItionthat they are worthy of occasional no t e From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste 1 he a c t ion of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish menthe kind of nourish ment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We wilt send you a sample free De cure tilt this picture in the form oi a label boa the wrapper TbuTscon BOVINE Chemists 409 Pearl St NY 50cac4J all drunhts une Killed Another Fahlly Hurt Jackson Ky March 1OWile playing near the entrance of an aban doned coal mine at Frozen Creek about ten miles from Jackson two small children of a widow named Car penter were crushed by some old pil gIvingISentenced For Life Hopklnsville Ky March 10The jury In the case of Dick Carney one of the nine colored men charged with the murder of an unknown white man near Pembroke brought In a verdict finding him guilty and sentenced him to the penitentiary for life Kentucky Traction Project Frankfort Ky March 10The Central Kentucky Traction Co of Lexington with 200000 capital stock filed Jncorporatlon articles with the secretary of state It proposes to build electric lines to Nicholasvllle Versailles Richmond and Winchester State Guard Mustered In Lawrenceburg Ky March 10Acompany of the Kentucky state guard was mustered In here Its strength is 54 men M L ChownIng was ejected captain and J W Crbssfleld first lieutenant Both have seen i in the Robbed ser1ceI Cold Spring Ky March 10After securiopen the door of a smokehouse belong- Ing to William Kenneweg thieves car ried away rive large hams and meat otberl Editor Appointed Police Barbourvllle Ky March 1OD W Clark formerly of Georgetown now editor and owner of the andI tain Advocate of this place has en appointed police judge to fill out the unexpired term of Judge G P Bain Death of G W Howell Covington Ky March 10 George W Howell promoter and pioneer busl ness man of this city died suddenly lat his late residence on the Madison near the first tolgate Deceas ed was born in this city in 1832 Judgment For Franchise Henderson Ky March 10Judg ment was entered In the circuit court against the Henderson Bridge Co for 9576 franchise taxes alleged to be due the city of Henderson for the year 1904 on a valuation of 792000IVerdict For the Louisville Ky March 10The suit of Robert Holley against the Louis ville Nashville railroad for 50000 damages on the ground that the road has blacklisted him resulted In a verdict for the defendant Assets and Liabilities of Louisville Louisville Ky March 10Clty Controller Wllhlte has prepared a financial statement showing that the assets of the city of Louisville are 17257285 while its liabilities are 8 708347 IMidwayted the large drug store and grocery of R S Starks Co The stocjc is a total loss and the twostory brick building wee badly damaged theIStrikes Hidden Roks When you alii of health strike the hdden rocks ui Consumption Pneu monia etc you are lost if you dont Iot help fri tu 1r KingVNew Disco cry forConsamptlon J W MrKi flop of Taladega Springs Ala write II had beet very ill with pneumonia under the care of two doctOts but WD getting uo better when I began to ml Dr Kings New Discovery The flub doee ftve rtliif arid one bottle rUff me Sure cure for sore throat bron ilutis coughs and colds Price We slid TrialXottle free 1m FrSik I i1Xl2t18ftM4Mtf J c THE RUCKER MURDER Grant Ingram Colored Confessed To the Crime Lexington Ky March 8 The murder of William B Ilucker telegraph operator at Danville Ky committed February 4 1904 has been solved by peculiar circumstances Grant In gram a negro who was arrested by local police two months ago on a minor charge for which he was wanted in Somerset Ky confessed there in the sweatbox to the crime The police have kept secret their plans until an indictment could be found as In gram Implicated two others in his confession He has been in the Som erset Jail since and Monday tried to escape and was killed by Jailer Frank Hines Rucker was murdered while at his operating key through a window and it must have been just before the arrival of a late night train as the con ductor on ioing to the office to get orders found him in his chair with his nerveless fingers grasping the tel egraph key as though trying to sum mon aid Robbery was the motive JAILER KILLS PRISONER The Prison Keeper Entered t 7 Cell and the Negro Assaulted Him Somerset Ky March 8JalerFrank Hines shot and killed Grant Ingram a negro prisoner at the sail here Ingram made a desperate as saut on tho jailer when He entered allmostlater when the jailer entered the cell the negro ajaln made an assault on him Hines was again knocked down j and he then fired on the negro klling him Instantly Ingram has served two terms In the penitentiary and was In jail awaiting trial for assaulting Deputy Sheriff Elrod HELD FOR SHOOTING To Curfew Rules Craycroft Tried To Submit Hla Boarder Louisville Ky March 8JJhnCraycrofts rule that his boarders shall retire at 9 oclock caused his presentment in police court on the charge of shooting at Gus Stith Cray crofts plea that he is a laborer and needed rest to enable him to give his employer value received made no Im pression on Judge McCann who re ferred his case to the grand jury Kentucky Crop Report Frankfort Ky March 8 The monthly report of the commissioner of agriculture of Kentucky shows a wheat acreage of 90 per cent of a full crop and the condition 85 per cent The acreage of winter oats is given as 91 per cent and the condition as 80 per cent A MillionDollar Merger Louisville Ky March 9A merger of the refrigerating and cold storago plants and ice companies In this city Is to be effected and will control the business of the city The new company will be capitalized at 1000000 and will do business only In Ken tucky Hotel Clerks Death Mt Sterling Ky March 7Col Sam R Miller aged74 clerk at the National hotel died here of pneumo- nIa Col Miller was formerly of Cia cinnati having been clerk of the Indi ana hotel when J W Hutsen was proprietor for 15 years Death of D M Williams Campbellsvllle Ky March 7D- M Williams a wellknown traveling salesman died at his home here He Is survived by his wife and three chil drenW I Williams of lAncaster Mrs Sam Scott of Louisville and Miss Ruth Williams Julian In the Race Frankfort Iy March 7Ira Julian of this city told his friends that he has decided to make tie race for cir cult judge in this district against Judge R L Stout of Versailles who was appalnted to serve in Judge Cant rills place James M Hughes Will Probated Paris Ky March SThe will ot the late JamES M Hughes was probated He leaves his large estate real and personal to his widow and at her death It goes to their daughter Mrs Bruce Miller Mrs Hughes Is named an executor without bond To Intercede For Husbands Pardon Louisville Ky March SMrs Goo Warner wife of the man under death sentence here for the murder of Pu laski Leeds left her home In Logans port Ind for Frankfort Ky where she will Intercede with Gov Beckham In behalf of her husband Withdrew From the Race Lexington Ky March 9Represen tative W I Hughes of this county will not be a candidate to succeed him self in the general assembly A few weeks ago he made formal announcement of his candidacy but later he pubIcly withdrew from the race Miners Elect Officers Lousvllle Ky March 9The Unit ed Mine Workers of Kentucky elected officers as follows President C W Wells of Central City vice president A J Doss of Clinton secretarytreas brer W E Hicks of Central City r MKsSnCIUcIUNATIX I Boots Slices Rubbers Cost LeastWear Best Salesman p c Ion CREDITORS NOTICE All pereons having caim against the estate of MrtJ MRrire Whitf ileceaa ed are hereby notiied to file same prop trlyerliidwith tbe iMdersigned on ntleroreAIrlllui same will be barred JJ SULLIVAN lui Adrar Let us sve you money C E Douglas Co feblS 8t Increblble Brutality It would kai been incredible bra tality jf phas IF Leaberfteriof Syra cu eN Y h1tl riot done the beetle could for htoWSeriBKlBoii jl Yboyt he JJa18e4Jt il faarjaj nash ovbis- p Oeo I applied Baekleai A rules Salve wttieti iaHtekfi healecl It and- 1aivsd btopyeic0e 0 a fcr bjirwr aui- dLisIcwtoe 10C ei 111 EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Grand Opening IW 4EEEEEEEE 1 r Spring Summer Textures zelJllsyee CasiStorewili show the largest array of smart fabrics in full suit lengths for gentlemens apparel ever displayed here constituting over 500 styles from the great tailoring establish withusonMondayandTuesday March 20 and 21 andwhat f An Opportunity for Every Good Dresser to get perfect satisfaction in his clothing wants a welcome awaits you there Dontforget the dates March 20 and 21 groaningtindetWaists Suits New Percales New Madras Cloths New White Goods of every variety IJf Ginghams Imported Shirtings and etc that are stacked and piled mountain high i Our Hamburg and Lace Tables are chuck full of bargains and are attracting a great oft1espJendjdnewies are especially attractivetanddurabilitymisses children and babies We show no shoddy stuffall firstclass and up to dateA positive money saving on every pair you purchase ftbeenare jftthistmingsour low cab prices on all new things and save money invited to visit us and partake of the many good things we wYD OLDHAM offerifand CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY I r We purchased our vehicles to sell nnd it you will only call and set price we will prove this assertion and make of yon an everlasting friend nail customer If S Ij Mirlkiff Prop i i iJEEPOAL NoV 07- 5g WEAK MEN CUBED looilful of StrmjU Dralu Lack 14 llemcr FPiJIIoo u FaUlDr3Uiho4 or iricbn blood JCcmcTn the raur Sow rwslu Scat la plain wrapper co nodi lIod JTEKPOAI REMEDY CO lot llncola Inn Court CUcluitt 0 8e4 to r peli pmphlt o yosg e14 ww w Which jCheapest One flreor burglarymaydeprive valuables worthanvwhere between S10 and 10000 One years rent of a Safe De posit Box costs you 5- Which Is the cheapestState Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky New Time lard on L a A Commencing Monday Dec 10th and afternoon IInntllrival and departure of other trains at Richmond M Hacker Agt ii rGas HEATERS j r tI o 5mo e tiiNo 5m t oD t- Co a HI t I The room is heated quickly satisfactorily and cheaply They Ie j Telephone Orders Promptly F i I Ie dt1 t v Richmond J r p Water and Light Company A5 rrr i7 r Rubber Stamps and Pads Im HALLS atGas illble VEGETABLE SICILIAN 1 1flairRenewer t IAhighclass IIm Th- I FURNITURE Jii- r rr aIlI H It I J Winter is now approaching and it Is now time for fall cleaning Every housewife wants something new to brighten up the dreary days that are soon to come A piece ol new Furniture a pretty Picture or a nice Rug We handle allkinds1 of house fnmlshjg goods from the I smallest piece up to the massive Bed Room Suites IfOur line of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampers t t Rugs a large line of odd Reeking Chairs and everything that will 4 make a home cozy and comfortable fCpiHe and Inspect our big stock Special attentloa Is called to our t IT UBdertaking Department sf 4 WS OXI HAMAI 17 c Q c r 1 t E1FIiE 1II- S r1I F SHIRTSS S a a inall styles with cuffs attached 1 and detached Also a full spring 1 S S of Crossetts S t 0 S fli FINE 0 y tH IIr SBCOES I r hand Oxfords Call and expect SI them RsptSI i11 James P Tribble JJ ISo The Richmond Climax PURLISHEI KVIBY WEDNESDAY Bl kI The Climax Printing Go Incorporated JO CHENAULT President A D JilLLEB Editor Manager PRICE 100 PER YEAR IS ADVANCE W DNESDAY MAR 15 19m DEMOCRATIC TICKET 4 For Representative RW MILLER F41rfltY Judge N B TUUP1N Fur County Attorney U II CR001CE For Sheriff I P B BROADDUS ConntyOlerk JESSE COBB Cj For Jailor trBUCK JOHNSON For Assessor flOYD P WAUERS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND tForCoroner BIGGERSTAFF KUITOK WALTON promptly kills all pririleH who make errors If this ruM be enforc il in every printing of flee when compositors make errors + r for which the editors blnmed the umber of typos would soon dwindle to a mere handful f The I noaster Record from which tbe above clipping was taken makes C Brother Walton out as n killing man Wo rather suspect h like other edi u 10rs feels more like hu has been killed I though he has killed Editors like all i other people have their troubles but ptye believe that such rough treat E mont to the typos should be dispensed t wkLhS t EDITOU D O GuoFFof the Jisssa- ttritna News has announoal his inten tluii of making the raoe for Repro oftativo from Jelts mine county H Colonel Harry McCarty of tht- Vjpfifamino Journal is the present holder of that office and with such vmeji as these two and Editors too mil neighboring county need have no fear as to beingably represented Mi Groff vIlI no doubt if elected carry on the work of the present t rep titisentative In a most creditable man npr f rowers I at Lexington j COcnrls 1 I Elegant line of the best Willow Reed and Crex Allnew and attractive shapes Substantially constructed stout easy uspringr rubber tire steel wheels I IHiey are delightful to ride in Get ready to outtU outing days are draw i ingnear Ocarts from 275 op Z t rF F1Browrco11 r MODW- Ajj I LXIITGX L lpl a r Ii I T I fT fOR COUNCILMAN COL5MAINEFFthe West End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party RICIIARDJ actionWe are authorized to announce JOHN A fromtheof the Democratic party LANGFOnDthe University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party LOIIRIBllI aCIdonMrs Halls Miracle Experiences Similar tO This Have Oc casloned Considerable Comment in Richmond Few women are better known in Lockport N Y than Mrs Pattie D Hall as she belongs to one of toe best families and has a large circle of friend and acquaintances In a recant inter View Mrs Hall said The experience I ha v e been through in the last two years seems like a miracle I was so badly off that life seemed almost unendurable and my deafness Increased Sit that I could scarcely hear anything The suffoca tion in my chest arid the indigestion caused by my catarrh produced very severe suffering I had five different physicians bought everything that an bodirecommended to me but gave np in despair One day my milliner asked mn if I had ever tried Hyomel I began the treatment and can thankfully testify that Hyomei does cure this terrible disease Since using it my hearing is greatly improved and the only time I hsimv catarrhal trouble is when 1 take cohoI then use Hyomei and al ways get instant relief My friends and acquaintances marvel at the change in my health and hearing Hyomei has made many cures of ca tarrh and in connection with Hyomei halm of catarrhal deafness in Rich nond Similar experiences to that of SIrs Halls have created a tinge sale for Hyomei with II L Aliddelton The complete outfit including the Inhaler costs butSl while extrh bottles Ire hut 50c Ask B L iliddelton to show you the strong guaranteeunder which he sells Hyomei THE newspapers throughout the State continue to sing the praises of that most popular quilldriver Mr Clarence E Woods who is now a can lidato for mayor of Richmond He bas been boosted Tjy every journal in the State from the Big Sandy to Mills Point and the only regretable thing to his newspaper friends is that he is not a State instead of a municipal candidate Danville Advocate WITH the appointmentjf Mr J S Cooper as the new Collector of Inter nal Revenue from this district comes the desire that the office shall be re moved back to this city where it rightfully belongs Our handsome Custom House is one of the main pridis of this town Through the untiring efforts of Senator B Mc dreary this building was erectedand we behave tho Senator will now uce us inlluence in having the revonnp offices moved back here It is known that extra and unnecessary expense it placed on the Government by having the offices in Danville for these rooms suitable for fl barc rented Here no rent would have to be paidas such roqms are lying Iliin the Gov etnmcnt building We have faith enough in President Roosevelt to believe that if tbe matter will properly be placed before him he would with out any hesitation order tho revenue office changed from Danville to Rich mond We furthermore believe lhat hatingblscitizens want it moved back Th matter should at once be placed before the President and such cpnyincing influence brought to bear as will insure the removal of tjisp offices to thiscitywherethey prjpqrly belong 5100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh CUrt- Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh be log constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca actinldirectly destroyinggiving the patient strength by bnildlnp up tile constitution and pn ThepJ1prie10rllhavoso huudretJdollarsSend for list of testimonials ToledoOhioBoldbrcal1 drug dlt8i 750 BftUeTMaily ilk are thekt M 1fIOS S i fl r tciJ 3en Opinion U Viewed in the North i StPht1sdelphIa Inquirer me flays ago we coniHt8ted upon the decision o Judge Bentoii PfKen tacky upon the Berea College case where he upheld the Day law that pre Vented the attendance of whita and colored students even ina private school We have been favored by the honorable Judge with p copy of his entire decision audMfts most interest lug reading It shows a far more ex haustive study into the race questioi titan one might have expected from a Circuit Judgeand in the large die cusses the question morn fully than probably any case since that of Dred Scott almost fiftyyears ago Judge Benfon takes the ground that the Legislature acted within its powers in passing the bill by exercising that police regulation which has ever been recognized as proper He quotes de cisions of the Supreme Court of the United States and of many courts of last resort in jhe varlons States to show that this power isin reasonable imitations absolute and concludes that the racial situation is such in Ken tucky that the Legislature was within Its constitutional rights State and Na tional when it undertook to prevtnt the coeducation of the races The de cision is exhaustive and on the grounds stated seems conclusive The learned Judge calls attention to the facMhat the most important decision upon which li a relies is to be found in one rendered by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania There is no denying that in the North there is much opposition to the negro and in many cases it is far mole burdensome than that imposed in the South but it is certainly a surprise read such opinions as these from inn own Supreme Court Conceding equality with natures at perfect and rights as sacred yet jOlt has made them the wliites and blacks JUsimilar nrith those natural instinct iiid feelings which lIe always inipxrt to His Creatures when He intends tha hey shall not overstep time natnrn boundaries He has assigned to them Iho natural law which forbids theii intermarriage and that socalled an ml iramation which leads to corruption ol races is therefore an undeniable fact and all social organizations which lead to their amalgamation are repugnant tc the law of nature From social amal gamatioo it is but a step to illicit inter course and but another to interniar riage Following the order of divine Provi dence we ought not to compel these widely separate races to intermix And there is much more in elabora tion of this view We quote this not because it necessarily is an interpretation that will be given to the Fourteenth Amendment by the Supremo Court af the United States for it was written before it was passed but because it shows the opin ion of our own highest court in a ques tion which is much more important now than when the opinion vas deliv eredGCertainly the time has come when time Supreme Court of the natioi should say exactly what the rights privileges and immunities of citizens we If they are one thing for whites another for blacks may they not be one timing for blondes and another for brunette Of course this is fanciful foi courts are more and more cqnstruicg statutes in the light of actual conditions rattier than in the line of mere verbial construction The Fourteenth Amend ment was unquestionably intended to make the negro equal in rights privileges and immunities with the white oman Whether it should have attemp ed to do so is another question and whether it will be so construed Js in one sense as important as the Dred Sc6tt decision of nearly halt a cen tury ago QMMI1Q- NBR ALR W Jenkins c Plf against C A Denny l c Dft Notice of Sale inEquity By virtue of a Tndgment and Order f Sale ot the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February Term thereol 905 in the above style cause the un lersl ned will on SaturdayApril J t 05 etween the hours of 10 ocln k e premisoillpose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Parcelof Land ocated on the waters of Tates Creek ill Madison county Ky containing ahout38 acres more or less and bound byBowlinthe east by Morgan Iaylor on time onth by Rice Kelly and Tan Berry man and on the west by Mrs Berry milan1ERMSSale will be made on a credit of six mon h8Jhe purchaser will be required to give bond with ap uroved security fUT the payment of the purchase money to have force antI fifed of a Judgment bearing legal in terest from day of sale with a Lien re served upon said property until all the purchase money is paid R H THORPE M C If C C ommii ioner hh Arthur Warrens Aduuc Pit against Arthur AVarrens Creditors Dft Notice of Sale In Equity By virtno of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered nt the February term thereof WOO in the above style cause tho un Jerslgned will on Monday April 3s 05 between the hours ot 10 oclock a n arid 11 oclock am at the Court Hqus loor in Madison county Kentucky being County Uonrt Day proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest nnd best bidder the following describvd property vis A certain lot or parcel of land with dwelling house thereon lituated in Madison county Ky on die waters of Paint Creek inttll sunurbs of the village ol Paint Lick and hounded on the west and north the Richmond and LancasterTnrnpikt fromhetrill New Hope church and on Uu sotith by time New Hope church lot containing J acre acre more or less IIP lWarrelldistribution and payment of debts against Arthur Warren deceiised TERMS Sal R ill be Btade OR a credit of six motilhs The purchaser will be required to give bonds with ap proved security for the payment of time purchase raoneyrto have the force bdj effect ofa judgment belriaK legal terest from the day pf sale with a lIjthejc t 1rl1 jl Ir ii or = c IAYLJOne doSe o Dyers Cherry Pectoral at befitime prevents night coughs of children No croup No bronchitis A Cherry Pectoraldoctors medicine for all affections of the throat bronchial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years I have used Ayer Cherrj Pectnral In ror family fur eight TIercts not hlu winnl to coughs ami wliUeslXMy for dill dren Mrs W II BBYMEG Ala ame50c5Ioo J 0 TEn co All drnistS Towit 5iss Qr NigiHuoughs Keep the bowels open with one of Avers Pills at bedtime Just ore PERSONAL Mrs Simcok of Irvine was here FridayMrs HL Perry vhs in Lexington Saturday Mr Phil WHlging has returned from Louisville Mr John Will West has returned from Georgetown Mr Courtland Chenault of Irvine was in the city FridayI Mr Richard Bush of Lexington was here Sunday Miss Stella Dunn is visitig Mrs T E Arnold in DeLand Fla Miss Ella Gray of Danville is visit ing Mrs CE Sopor onSecond street Mrs E T Bnrnam left Jat week for Florida where she will spend sev eral weeks Miss Fannie Doty of Lancaster has been visiting Misses Margaret and Mary Miller Mr Tevis Hugueley of Richmond was the guest of friends in Berea Sunday IlI1r R L Gentry left Monday for his regular trip through Ohio and West Virginia Mrs Samuel Bennett of Lexington his been spending few days with relatives here Miss liariawillie Smith entertained the West End Flinch Club on lasI Thursdayafternoon Little Miss Martha Allen of Car lisle is here visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs r W Zaring Miss Lizzetlo Dickson of Paris has been visiting Miss Van Grcenlcaf on Lancaster avenue Misses Lula Mayme and Lillie Campbell entertained a number of their friends Monday night Mr Shelby Tribble of the Jeilico rimes was here last week visiting his mother Mrs Susan Tribble Mr Robert Edminston of Crab Or chard has been his sisters Mesdames L S Elder and W W Burgin Mrs Ella Farlej has returned from Louisville after having a nice visit as well as a business trip Dr HT3 Jasper was called to the K N Junction Thursdayto attend Mrs Virgil Gaines who is seriously ill J Miss Nettle B Chenault of Lexing ton has been spending a few days with Mrs G G Prewitt on Third street Dr W IL Dodge was unable on ac count of illness to till his pulpit at tbe Southern Presbyterian church labt SundayMrs Nannie Johnson and three sons of Speedwell were the guests of Mrs Jn Jackson at Berea Satur Jayand Sunday Mrs Philips and her sister Miss Miloro of Winchester were guests last week of Mrs W A Langfurd on High street Mrs Npra Keller and three daughters of Richmond werethe guests of Mr and Mrs P H McSherry this weekKentucki 1n Citizen Masters Robert Henry and John March Land ot Jessamine county ire the pleasant guests of Master John William Farley this week Messrs Chrles Culton Joe and Hugh Tevjs were among those who attended the Two Orphans perform ance in Lexington Saturday night Miss Lina White ot Fayette Mo who his been spending the winter with relatives here will leave tblI week for her home much to the regret ofjier many friends here Mr Jerry Powell Jr who has been so seriously ill with inflammatory rheumatism is now at the Mt Jack son Sanitarium at Indianapolis Hs many frfendshop ho will soon be rcf stored to his usurl gooU health lUre C f Glllne5 was called ro Kchraond the Illness 01 herdauh ter aw Mrs Virgil GaInesrlPhelps and daughter of Richmond visited Mrs It M Phelps this week Mrs JoeMcDonald has returned from a weeks visit to her sister lit- RichmondWoodford Sun VIM iiargreim Smith c arrived home SwkHUjr D fWUdelpfcl She uu tiitirriy rfaoyfred from her re sxi oper tin for appeadiciUs Miss StUh will at an early dategradnate from Dn Pr5c Hospltal where she i has been studying to be a trained nurse Mrs A C Buchanan who has been spending tho winter jn Orlando Flor ida writes us that she will go to St Augustine about the 16th where she will be met bVMrs Will Cromwell and Miss Nui both of Frankon About April 6th they will go to Jack sonville and from there will rtturr return STATISTICS OF TELEGRAPHS Figures Compiled by the Census Dc partment on This Grrcat Industry Washington The census depart ment has prepared the following figures on the telegraph systems The commercial telegraph system numbered 25 in 1902 as compared with 77 in 18SO This striking decrease due however to the number of consoll datlons which have taken place the magnitude of the equipment and busi ness showing a great increase At the present time the telegraph business is practically controlled by two companies yet the number ot miles of wire in operation In 1902 was more than four times the number of messages almost thfefl times and the receipts from messages more than twice as great as In 1880 The average rate per message in 1902 after deducting the number of cable messages and the receipts therefrom was 31 cents as compared with 43 cents in commercial telegraph companies reported 1318350 miles of wire in operation In 1902 but also made a report of 1307046 miles as owned or leased Of the latter mileage 625 per cent wad operated by the single or Morse syS tem 141 per cent by the duplex sys tem 236 per cent by The quadruplex system and be remaining eighttenths of one per cent by machine or auto majlc systems The commercial telegraph messages sent during 1902 numbered 91655287 of which 820498 were cable messages There were 684 railway companies that reported the operation of telegraph or telephone lines In connection with the transportation business Along their rights of way these companies had 1127186 miles of single telegraph and telephone wire of which they owned 2iS per nfITELLS YOUNG TO MARRY Bishop Delaney Urges Early unions and Advises Men Not to Delay TJntir35 Manchester NHIa talking to his people at fat Josephs cathedral recently Bishop Delany said there were but 50 marriages at the cathedral dur ing last year ten of which were mixed too many of thelatter he said and not enough of the former Mixed mar riages he continued are not to be encouraged as the church is against them They are performed not because the church is willing but because in a majority of instances the contracting parties would go to the city clerk or a justice of the peace to have thQ khot tied The bishop urged the young people to get married and to do so soOn Some men he said think it well enough to wait until they are 35 before getting married but at this age a maul has lived the best part of his life Ha is an old bachelor and the wife he chooses is generally a prim old maid Tod long courtships are not advisable said the bishop He advised the fathers and mothers of daughters to give the young man six months to call upon his lady love and if in this time his intentions do not prove serious to In goMae they cannot afford to get married as they cannot save money enough to warrant It said Bishop Delaney but if they did not spend so much money on each other in presents and In going about they could save sufficient money to fur nish a nice home and to live comfort ably MAYOR ASKS CUT IN PAY ExStoker Elected City Executive Decides He Is Not Worth 3000 to Bridgeport Conn Bridgeport Conn Denis Mulvlhill Bridgeports mayor who was raised from the position of a stokerIn a sewing machine factory which he had held for S3 years to be chief executive of a city of 82000 inhabitants has prepared a bill to be presented to the Connecticut leg islature which will cut down his salary by onethird He now receives 3000 a year f ant not worth that much money said the mayor I have been thinking it over and lave decided the pay Is too great The job of conducting the city government Is easy No man is worth 3000 as mayor of Bridgeport Mayor Mnlvlhlll whose slogan when he was first elected a little over three years ago was rugged honesty served for over a quarter of a century as stoker at 14 a week During those years he raised a family of five children and at the same time accumulated a snug lit tIe bank account that he Invested In real estatewhich has increased in value so he is now worth about 20000 f A Roosevelt a Machinist Nicholas Roosevelt a kinsman of President Roosevelt and a last years graduate of Princeton college Is one of the 15000 employes on the payroll of the Baldwin locomotive works at Philadelphia He is on the night shift In the machine shops His facial resemblance to the occupant of the white house is quite marked He is 22 years old and Intends to become identified with some manufacturing business In the future for which his two years course in the big industrial establish ment will be preparation ROYAL Baking Powde- rSS Health The use of Royal Baking Powder is essentiiil to the healthfulness of the lamilyifood v V vVewt ferments thefood ijfkjm baking powdeft are injurigus v i Royal Baking Powder scliealtfe I 0 fi wK weMvJ 4 j ii tI iri t r tIi I J 1 r c crIeCct 0 tii W P BAXTER Telephone 4 1 2 5 Wall 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 Pipers are from the factories of Frederick Beck Company S The Syracuse Paper Pulp Co Ithe two largest Wall Paper manufactories in the world- 0 Samples can be seen at my residence on East Main street or a telephone call will bring them to you E Estimates cheerfully made 1 Superior workmanship WALL PAPER ii Spring Jif Suits atI APPROVAL Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Company has issued statement business for month of February the increase the number is shown asfollows Number of subscribers February 1005 122550 Number added month 3618 Number discontinued during month Net Increase 1461 nuoiber subscribers February 28 124011 Kidneys Cured Free Anyone suffering with Kidney or ladder trouble can get absolutely free ono full size box OeBells Kidney Pills These pills for by B Jj Middelun and to introduce them the mnnufacturtirs will accept this coupon for full retail price the purchase one box Cut nut and send to C BeggSouStc Cd Chicago Ilk mch When town looking for a wagon dont fall to see the Blrdsell wagon id D B Shackelford Cos Smclilf White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt IebSt The M B Parrish School of Phon igrapbv Hohson Building Laest struction Positions secured tor pupils If- The best wagon made the Studebaker is for sale bv C E Douglas Co1158tExamine our elegant display of Jarriages Buggies etc before making 5 purchase We are EelliiiRvehicles at the lowest possible prices Bichnipnd Carriage Works S L MidkiiT Prop The American is the only horse high hog proof and bull strong fence is made Remember we are at tIll old stand Smchtf D B Shackelfojd Co Builds up the system puts pure rich blood in the veins makes men and women strong arid healthy Bui dock Blood Bitters At anydruff store PUBLIC RENTING The nndereicned will on Saturday March the 18 1905 at the hour 10 3D n m publicly to the highest and best bidder at the Pumping Station ii part time Water Works Farm about twelve 12 acres which are to go corn year and the balance meadow Terms liberal and will bo made on the day of sale March the 8th RICHMOND WATER SLIGHT CO WevefliredUncle SamP 1 i As our agent to t i him With tl an better speclalofferlngI L ment Bond This Is a jjomens They are black Thibets for dresS wear and fancy Cassimucos and j Worsteds In light medium and dark k for business wear hey are GUB1 Au WOOl and in thoroughly tiptodate styles What we ask to do to 4 and hit for samples and measure t Unlt tajlog you TillS ad In rir1Sbapr OUtS Is lid oMnot hou e In our tine In the Soi1tl we Own our building Ld and have done btsihess On the SAHI SlOT forovrFORTY YEAR sell COTIUNG HATS and tttRmm INGS for men and boys SHOKS eVery body PAY EXPRESS on worth send all goods SUBJECT TO Style books all lines on request let B3 bear from you I Third and i Time and of its and in of sub scribers 1 during 2157 Total 1005 of are sale in of W in in that same ol rent of of in this in 1005 made saw We for We for PAINT LICK The Paint Lick school is in a flour ishing condition Miss Lucy Francis commenced her school at High Points Monday Miss Kettle Francis is in Atlien Texas on a visit to Mr and Mrs JJ G Kllgore She writes they are having ideal weather after the cold snap Miss Jennig Farkes will return home this week after a delightful visit ol three weeks lu Washington City She attended the inaugural ball Mrs A ella Woods has returned to her home in Stanford after a pleasant visit to liar sister Mrs Wm Wallace Mrs Annie Adams went to see Romeo arit Juliet played at Richmond Friday night Mr Vaughn Norman lift for Louisiana to take a position with the Western trii ion Telegraph Company Mrjvemper made flying trip to Cit cinnati tins week Miss Kate Ely is visiting In Lexing ton She will open an uptodate dressmaking establishment in her home shortly and invites the ladles to give her aii order Mrs Martha Ely will go to Lomisville this week to buy her millinery kpodsj She wilUhave rooms over MrChainpa store 7 Mrs Minnie Jennings has rituraed from CJBciunsti with a handsome HUB of bonnets auth lists fjrJohn Parees is on tile sick list MrJphH Davis and sister are H proving after spelt of pneunfoni pVQare sorry to note that Mrs Sriieal 1howenttoSaa AhtBto TexMfM her health has DOtbe Unfitted Mrs Woqds 1IillHkMB atoM u wee ch se Tiatt n r a 10 andII LEVYSMari- tetLOUISVILLE TELEPHONE GROWTH 1SeAxitoionextWkMrWMlIam SHOPPING BY MAIL Orders promptly filled at store prices SHOPPING OF ALL KINDS DONE Send sel addressed stamped envelope for particular References ftirnlsbtd Addna MrsJRDalslZl4LincomaAeClnCInnatIOThe and Monitor Ranges are nil the best that money can buyW buy then in car load lots and can save you money if you are In need of a stove oi any kind C E Douglas Co febloSt Hemp Seed for Sale Best cultivated hemp seen for sale al lowest prices Cash or on time- R M West Lancaster Ky 8mch2m Dissolution Notice Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing betweft Crutcher Tribble dealers In pent turnisliinp Roods has by mutual con sent been dissolved Mr Crutcher re tiring from time business T B Crutcher mchS4t J pTrlbble We have the price and the wagon why not buy the Birdsell wagon whet jou can get both Smchtf I B Shackelford Co White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt IfebSt BPIL Luxon Bro nave the nicest lot 61 timothy hay in Madison county Gall on them when in need 2letf A Splitting Backache Pains in the back and loins are time most common symptons of kidney troubles These pains are mostly caused by overwork overexertion and worriment aMen and women alike are subject to these pains but relief is quickly obtained by using DeBells Kidney Pills Price 25 and 50c Ev cry box warranted For sale by BJL Middelton m Dmmi i n r al Zack Monday c PIt against Jarman Oibbs iOc Din Notice of Sale In Equity Byvfrtuo of a Tudgment and Order of Sale of tIme Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February Term thereof 1905 in the above style cause the Undersigned will o- nThursday Mch 23 05 Between tha hours of 10 oclock am and 12 oclock m on the premises in Madison county Ky proceed to ex pose to public sale to tile highest and best bidder the following described propertyviz A Certain Tract of Land containing about 191 acres be the same moreor 1es1 and being the land owned ond in pawesslon of WEB Mnndav col Rthlatieath Said land lying on the waters io Hays Fork In Madison coauty adjoining the lands of Ruben Monday docd c For a more par tic lardesription refejence IB hereby mails to thjs judgment rendered inaha above BtyNI actiw Said laud Is sold for distriba1ou TERMS SU will te made oa a w dit of six and twelve mouths The purj chwftr willjibe required to give haRd wh apMcyed ieearity for tlie pay tiMltt of tbpnrchmaso moaey to have IbekMfW and effect Of8 Judgnteat be rill 18 il interest frosa day of eala- w4UaaLleiYaeeivedIIpO aMI peeper WDlt all H e porchM mouvy M paid p as whif WeofaIe re- mtbp1iei O X W 0 c f Po JI o c Q r u c Ji Owen McKeeLeader in Staple aQd Fancy Dry Goods and Notions ILm J L ti JDRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c e- e HAVE YOU TRIED OUR I Mountain M Jollioo Coal It not you are missing one of lifes luxuries The Mountain Ash Jellico Coal is free from impurities and because of its superior btirning jualities is the 0moat satisfactory Jellico Coal produces for either Grates Stove or Furnace Try it and we guarantee that all your worry over bad dirty coal will cea- seBeattyville Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr Tel 184 Yards Aspen ave 0 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 special prices on 1 00 piece dinner sets and table se- tsThe Racket Store Suit Bratton Prop Main Street a Richmond Ky i L Over 6000 MilesO- F THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED ROAD t An Opportunity Along Every Foot of It Tun Great Northern Railway OFFERS LOW ONEW- AY1Co1onist I Rates I TOIMontana Idaho On Sale From MARCH laS to MAY The Comfortable Way to the Lewis and Clark Exposition Portland Oregon ItIto October J5100 V V Send for FREE PAMPHLET describing ingtou and Montana to F I niTNBY General Pass and Ticket Agent Bt Paul Minn ll orI AgeDRAX U tSS Gen Immigration South Uark st Chicago ii J We are 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 lower than they can be bought anywhere Why buy something just as good when you can buy the genuine Oliverfor Jess money from us We are also headquarters fo- rPlows Collars Trace Chains Back Bands Double and Single Trees TrnadoTiger and Hamilton Disc Harrows Deering 60tooth Harrows in fact evcrthbg the farmer ncdst Give us orB1hvctord 8 Co tJ J n r 1r rT cr Tt c = J 1 c t l An t Opportunity tI r untilFebruaryin our large Vehicle stock Doiit fail to see our 65 and 75 Buggies they are Wr010 to J5 more than we are asking a bargain before they are all gone sRIGinwOND j 1 PHONE 232 Peebles H I 1 t Sweet Hickory Coffee F firasa Brosi 1 it 4 SOLE AGENTS I MAINSTJtEE1 PHONE 185 i The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAR 15 1905 The rain of tile past week were of untold good to farmers and everybody ID general t E Douglas Co have just re eived a car load of wagons Prices heap as anybodys feblS St Why buy an off brand wagon when oucan buy a Rirdsell wagon for the same money at D 1J Shackelford a Smchtf Years of suffering relieved in a night Itliing piles yield at once to the cura ive properties of Doans Ontmeut Sever fails At any drug store 50 If you are in the market for fenc in do not pass Shackelford Cos store as they have the price and the fence Smchtf 111begivenCia Infirmary on April Ooprt day A i good dinner for 25 cents t Mrs JW Bales has sold her beau if al home on Nest Main street to ShPriti John F Wagers This is one cif tlie most desirable homes in Rich mond The study stars of the Presbyterian Missionary Society will met with Mrs It smarter on Friday afternoon at o dock All members are requested to be present If I were a woman I would jultl vitp the fine art of listening says I ilistine Hubbard No doubt Lin niiig to gossip like most of em bless tin it souls I anraster Record The liirdsoll wagon was awarded t3 grand prize at St Louis cone iently when you buy a Bird sell you know what you are buying Let D B Sharkelford c show you what a goad wagon looks like Oinclitf FOR SALE Two sows and pigs WM U TUKIEY Richmond Ky An Automobile zIp to Lexington Mr Henry White and Mrs H L Perry went over to Lexington Saturday The trip was made in an automobile and proved a most delightful one Patent Mr Samuel R Flowers of this city has secured a patent on a railroad switch that he invented His friendste wish that much sncrpss will be I r What I Saw in Holy Land Pi above will lie the subject of an iihissrated lecture which Prof JW Miiarvey will deliver at the Kava t n nub Mhool house next Friday uiulit 1 he almissio1 will b 20c for adults jbeRonnnaje Sale Thi lollies Missionary Society of willrho a nimmag sale on next Wednes diy March 22nd The exact placec hIs not been decided on but niile known later Remember the dae M irih 22n l How To Be Nappy It i just as much a msti stir womanV duty a cultivate humor in the famiU and to be social lively anti pleasant and make home happy in that way it ill to provide something for them and to wear anti other npcessariee I there wi s mote fun broiu lit about in the family many a home would be save tfroll ruin by it Lei it l e a jolly plan and every member of Iho family wil love to be there There is nothing like th j Ice and merry laugh to drive awa liouiie People with 110 sense of humor 1or merriment are to be pitied They kp ltd time real sweetne otlifeEx SEASONALESUGGESTIONS CementWall Plaster standard of the WOULD Just as cliea ai fnrorinr kinds Mori l old than alt ff lulfdozen hrauds combined SPECIFY it in your CON TRACTS and your plastering will be EVERLASTING We have just received fres Car of Lime White Northern Seed OatsY- r Shipstuff Crushed Corn I etcher Witt i aJ L N depotPhooe 142 i d Lc 9g 1O We can sell you a range for what anyone else will ask you for a common CofeblEStNo matter how long you have had the cough If it hasnt already developed NorwayPineShackelford Co can interest you AmericanSteelRemarkable Sow informedbirth to a litter of 18 pigs and all me c living and well Will Go To Lexington Professor J W McGarvey the principal of Madison Institute will at the yeargqtoHagerroanCollege this school His friends here will wish W much success In his new field Announces nInnyfriendshas nnnojinced his candidacy for the city council from the EastEnd pre court Mr Mershon is one of our best known cltlzt1ns and has the betterment of the town at heart He seeks the support of Ills friends and fellowdemo crats and our people need feel no lies tancy in electing sucli men as Mr Mer shon to look after the citys interest andwelfare Much Better Mr Barney Kellfiy the veteran shoe man of Richmond whose serious ill ness for several days was a source of much anxiety to his many friends la now much improved and will soon be well again His illness was of thena tare of poisoning caused from some canned roods he had eaten At ont time his life huh in the balance but wo are glad to report him much better Gilt For The P A C Infirmaryp In company with Dr C H Vanght Y Kojima went over to the P A C Infirmary where he was shown through the Institution ami fold of the wonderful good it is to this town and commu nit Upon learning that the lnfir mars is supported to a large extent bj contributions from the people and being himself liberally inclined be sent over a dozen beautiful Japanese pates which are most highly appreciated by Infirmary ladies nurses and all in rested Crab Orchard Fair It will be pleasant news to surrounding towns to know that a fair will be held again this rear at Crab Orchard At a roe ding of the directors recently held the old officer of the fair and racing association were reelected and 19 23 amL2l were set as the days r holding the lair Liberal purses and premiums will be given and a great fair in every respect is promised All who have attended these meetings in the past will recall the pleasure and will be eager to attend the lt fair this summerpDaughters of Retxkah and Ud Fellows to Hare a Delightful Reunion On the evening of Tuesday March 22 tlm daughters oi Rebeka Lodge will ova the Odd Fellows a big free dinner t the latter fine Temple on Main itreet over the Grand Opera House The dinner will be donated and served by the ladies and will embrace Old Kentucky ham sandwiches beaten bt colts and salads pickles cofTfe nut chocolate Abundance for sit wil b provided and there will be no ciillfctinh taken up All Odd Fellows are invited wiyenliven the proceedings Prospecting Bontbons Lead Veins IrclsrsV R Kisine r and Fran Snavesly of tho Mutual Mining piiiy of fccott count spent Friday in tins county the guests of lIon Gas sins bL May examining the prosy oi lead ore in Bourbon with a view securing the output of this county to be handled at their concentrating plop- oa the Kentucky Midjand Railway These gentlemen expressed lhg opinion first the prospect indicates a profitable working output TiLe quaility of tin e ore compares fa orably with that of any other mines In the State Ken tuckian Citizen FordyThe heavy rains of last week made III twelve foot rise in the Kentucky river arid the lumber men who have been idle so long are rejoicing overaii auto dant supply of logs The Burt Brabb nUnelbalmost completely this is the heaviest run they have had for yearsanc meat employment twelve months day and night for four hundred hands The tide greatly damaged the lock al Ford l y the the water cutting aroma tile end on the Madison side and number of povBrhtnent monar now at worK trying to temporarily repair It until eprJBpr vrheqa f urge cement wall ta past of many thoijwtnS dollars will be built Hong tli tbitikp the river to turn the current It 1 d C rack From New York Mr Coleman Neff of the produce firm of J H Neff has returned from New York where he went with a carload of poultry and eggs for the eastern markljtINotice We have beenunnepejssarily delayed on our history of Richmond and blvd son county by parties who are to have their personal photo appear in this book not having same ready when they are called for Kindly get us your personal photo at onto From The University Wart Mr Richard J McKee announces his candidacy for councilman from the University precinct Mr AlcKeet1l one f our best known merchants and most progressive citizens and would make a splendid man for the place He is thoroughly interested in the municipal government of our town and in her betterment and upbuilding He solicits the support of his friends and fel lowdemocratsBank Officers As stated in our last issue the officers of the Waco Deposit Bank were elected too late for publication but through the kindness of the president Hon C L Searcy we are enabled to give tit names this week Tile Dank with aI capital stock of 15000 was organized March i 1005 and the following are the officers and directors Hon C L- Source president M Lackey rice president N H Hannah cashier Robert H Covington Robert T Bush Dr Vardy Taylor N C Bonny Geo IAlcKlnney Wilson Tate and James Cornelison A handsome brick building will be built at once and all modern conveniences will be put in This iistitutiou wIll mean much this thriving and progressive portion o our county and we congratulate the romoters of this scheme ant wish them irnch succ- essMATRIMONIAL PjtATiiEitGoLDES Mr Harry Pra tlerof this city and Miss Hattte Gol len of Berea were married Sunday at the home of the bride The groom i jon of Mr J W PrathEr and this i bis second matrimonial venture bl fllst wife having been a sister to his ruiv The Climax extends congratu- i ItlunS 1 DEATMt VlIcoxrIends here were ver Sorry indeed to learn of the death o Satnkr day at in Estill county De hand been for six months blood pceon wassa roq by who knew him His Hte was a to who is well known here DAVIDSON The many friends of Mrs Z T Rice sympathize most deepl with her in the loss of hot father DI Leauder Davidson whose death occn red Saturday at his home near Lan ster Deceased wss i0 years old and hall been a sufferer for quite a white from paralysis He was a prominent larm ur andone of Garrard cfjuntya moet respected citizen Besides Mrs Rice heleavtjs two sons Messrs B L qi d LG Davideoa both of LcincMter Ky Master Commissioners Notige to Creditor MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Artb Warreas Admr sic JPlfl against INtathe etitafe of Arthur Warrehi dtc clror notified to Ale saffie JlIy- verifiedwitit the adeg e lct bM olfic iq liiebrnol Rv it fnr- ftt f25tltdylfApfilllf6fn ItlIi bub rrtil tft HONtI fIrma L D M CC G ii I 1k Y6 New Spin3 Hat springstylesf P XT TT f styletr to suit his size age height and complexion + All the best brands are shownf Yo mans Roelofs Pioneer Hedden Stetson and others Easyto get the hat you want at the price you want to pay quality guaranteed In everY one 1 125 150 2 250 3 3504and 5 w eovinjtn and Banks = OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS IFro The Fast End Mr Emil Lohrich lias announced in this issue his intention of making the race for councilman from the Fast End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Loliriscli IB well known having lived here since A mere boy and is numbered among our best known citizens He is a taxpayer and is interested in the municipal affairs of the town He risks fps support in his race and promises if elected to die charge the duties of the office faithfully and conscientiously A True Appetizer and Tonic Miona Will Make You Feel Hungry and Hearty and Give Strengthfl and Vitality Ask any Iriend who looks thin pal and out of health how many nasals hero she eats a day and the chances art that the answer will be not over two and I dont feel hungry then The plump rosy and robust eat three square meals daily and their perfect bealthl idue to Il strong stomach and digestive system as such a sjaien takes out of the food all those ele meats that make pure blood and give nourishment and vitality to the body The one appetizer and tonic thai 0111fstomach and digestive system and put them in such working order that the will digest easily and naturally all the toed that is eaten and send you to the table positively hungry for the next meal Without strong stomach digestioi will be poor the blood impure and se rains liver and kidney troubles result epolssnervouEness irritableness a furred tongue and bad breath all of which can be readily overcome bv the use of Mi o na costing bus 50c a Sox as ii goes right to the foundation of perfect health the stomach Scoresof leading people in this State bankersie tonic strengthening and health glvin y efTectsof Mioiia Furthermore B L Middelton one of the most reliable dniLujsts in this section sells Sliona under a guarantee to refund the mono if it does not produce satisfactory re suIts A Cold in the Head is simply a mild form of catarrh Usf diycatarrirno met cnry or other injurious drug It i quickly absorbed gives instant roll- and el opens andcit2xxnbdslhe nasal pass gasRegulareiTbtk Ask your drng gist B Ii Middelton for tree samplt and pamphlet tellingabout catarrh inch i l Master Commissioners CreditorsMADISON COURT Rice PITJetqagalast Susan Leavell etc Dft 8281nsltheleyallvwifisai f1tha2CIIHIJbebwMd dH Ttltlfil a15mr t MCM 6a 0 r For Council In the proper place will be found the announcement of Mr Coleman Neff for cuucilman from the West End ward At r Neffis one of our best known citi zone having lived here all his life and naturally has the citys interests at heart He is thoroughly reliable and conscientious and promises if elected to fill the office to the best of his ability lie asks the support of his friends and democrats New Equipment ror The Rock Island It has just been announced that to provide for the Increased volume of traffic on Rock Island lines a farce amount of new equipment will be de deivered during the month of March in orders placed several months ago It is indicative of the industrial and commercial prosperity of Rock Island itates that even before the receipt of the new equipment it has been tonal necessary to piece another large order for delivery in the early summer placldillnew pattern passenger cars from the Pullman shopswhich embodyso many comfort contributing devices that they ake a distinct advance in day pas enger equipment This new departure viii come ass surprise to the western traveling public Ten of the cars will oe seventyfoot chair cars furnishedg rlthsixtydaur twin eating aemany people The interior flnish is Mexican mahogony decora tion is olive green with plain green lines and the chairs are upholstered in treen The care are equipped for lighting both by Pintsch gas and electricity md are fitted with electric tans for ventilation and cooling The other ten cars are seventyfeet atldJcapacItytered in maroon plush otherwise the leeorattone cry the same as in the hair cars All tIe cars have very large louble plate glass windows and are equipped with Pullman standard six heeltrucks One new feature that will be intro lured in these cars is an improved draft ear with 125000 pounds aping caps o Ity This is about six times the spring cinacity of the ordinary passenger gianttthe draft sear prevents disagreeable jars in starting and stopping ot trains An order ja also in for over 4000 freight cars of variant kinds including 15CO refrigerator care 1560 box cars 500 furniture cars 475 coil slate Sodconvertible coal and ballast cat s 25 drop bottom stock cars TI e Rock Island will also receive during March 63 new locomotives of various kinds including twenty Pacific type passenger ten Atlantic type engej fifteen freight and tweet witch engines An additional order for fifty locomotives will be placed in titre tninmer Of the new motive power to be deliv anti this month six of the oassenger engines itre to he equipped with a new inperheatinc device being the latest ievelopment in locomotive construe tlon to secure economy in the genera lion and efllctercy in the use of steam Briefly the device consists of return tfieara fuel Ineide the upper fire tub f leading from toes flrelox The steal n tilles its temperature evaporating entrain t perfecthtryThis new equipment which istot i tIded to from time En titnf places tit Rock Island in the front rank amen western railrowlaia the matter of tratiH portatton faciHtle The foresizht nian udeqnatelyfieaeed tralBej 11 Hf Hlr5Hiof tlip progreMiv polity of Use Rock IlddI inena emettt 0 u q II Buffered for months with ore Electric Oil curedme in twenty HawesvUleIFor Council Elsewhere in this issue will befoucd the announcement of Mr W A Lang lord for councilman Mr Langfordde sires us to state that in making this race hf will not make a personal canovass as he knows everybody is known himself and bo asks theup port ol his friends in his candidacy He is a splendid citizen and is thor ouglily awake to the best interests of the city and would make a splendid man for the place he asks A Buuly It is a recognized fact that of all the job work with which printers have to cope the telephone book ts the most difficult yet since the distribution of the new book which was turned out by this office last week the patrons of the Richmond Telephone Co will scarcely appreciate the difficult work connected with the job as the neat and well printed appearance of tno book does not indicate the amount of hard work connected therewith We know tills to be a clues of the printers art that wjll compare favorably will- chat of any job office in the State A lance at tluTrecord will be convincing evidence of the rapid growth of the telephone system in this city and country the credit tor which the polite and Agreeable Alanacer MrE M Veatch Jr must receive credit It will he only t short while until every resident in Richmond and Madison county will be connected bv telephone something when once used becomes a necessity and is not only a convenience but a Vtep toward the upbuilding of our torn anti county as the closer we are connected the more intimate becomes our business interests Misinformed The following item appeared in the Bourbon News under the caption Exorbitant foFI Rates We hear considerable kicking from Knights Templars in regard to the ex- orbItant and extortionate rates that the Richmond hotels are trying to force StateiIGth to 19th Tho Knights though seem to be equal to the emergency for we understand the Paris and Cynthi ana Commanderies have about closed contracts for a special train oi butte Irs to carry them to Richmond and remain there for their quarters during the conclave The cost of this is said to be much cheaper than the rates hat havo been given them by the Richmond hotels and the accornmo nations on the cars are known to be tirstclassi whollyyjlyudon ireS2 per day and the proprietor Mr Corzelins says that he has lieyeriralsed his rate above that although soyeral Commanderies have ot moreInor OynLliana Commanderies bad in quired lor lodging The rates at the dayIhas late been leased and Is now conducted by Irs Clay end rnbbla Ihe buildIng la larga and commodious dud has qfeen recently newly furnished ihioughoiit Both thesis gentletuan tad Mr Corzelius Iiave received orders jr roorar fyet tk fe is room at then hotels fOr IUBY mre Our diferea- noardinghauaes arti njodernte in thei ciiurges Aareitiz heave using every effort to iijakc the CoBclave success add to lrj rart gonjiine hospitality t our ginastc ere It is regretted hat SHCu a fat ejreport Las gAined clrcalallo avetthliBtete anti we truat this will el 11 tatnUDtl utd tlmt tfaraiiof lirinjf oat oo = We w81 tpedoNpintnt t laoaMiftl a Ihol fc Who eels the American Steel Fence It can be fcund at D B Shtickelford Cos and the price is lower than ever Smchtf A Call Notice is given that the Democratic City Committee of Richmond Ky willmeet at the court house on Thursday March 1C 1005 at 2 oclock p in cityfficestime and method of selecting nominees will then be determined J A Sullivan Chairman Joo Terrill Secretary teciliaa Club Notes In spite of the constant down pourof ram on last Wednesday afternoon quite a number of members of the Ce cilian Club gathered with Mrs L P Evans The subject for discussion was Franz Schubert and his contemporaries Mrs Neale Bennett the leader began the program with an interesting sketch of Schuberts life Mrs B 4 Middel ton played Momenta Musicale and a Schubert Sonota op 42 was rendered by Mrs G W Pickels Mrs Clark Keliogg played several compositions s which were thoroughly enjoyed As Is cu tunmry the president Mrs W S Oldhain ltd the discussion followed by iblfea Tillie Tribble who spoke of Weber as use of Schuberts contempo ChopinBeethoven r great masters At the close ot the program delicious chocolata and wafers were served the guests The next meeting will be an open Session oil March 22 Wedrf in Lexington Mr Glemlison Jackson and Miss Lil Ho Vaughn of Muiieoii counts wre quietly married yesterday afternoon at the hrme of Mr William C BicferstalT 314 South Mill street by the Rev U U Foote of the Hill Street Methodist church Only a few friends of the lisp py pair were present rue couple lett on the afternoon Q C train for Cincinnati from which city they will go to their ItiturH home in Blooiiiington 111 Lexjngton Leader Traction Company Incorporated Irho Central Kentucky Traction filed articles ol incorporation with Connty Clerk R L Baker here Wednesday the capital stock to lie S200000 The principal incorporators are Louis Descocnets president of the Lexington Street Railway Company n F Frazee president of the Phoenix National Bank J W Rodes caslier of the Phoenix National Bank T L Vonnc W W Bain John McClintock and P G Powell The authorized in debtedness of the company is placed at S1200COO the purpose being to build Interurban railroads on the principal turnpikes connecting with Versailles Winchester and Richmond The company is to absorb the old Fay ette Interurban Company which re cently purchased the franchises ot Clif ford Bebee who took over the holding of the Bluegrass Consolidated Traction Company The Fayetta Company had posteda forfeit to bind the building of the Versailles road with the Woodford County Kiwal Court Spring Styles Spring is here and the time for general decorating Nothing helps the appealcance of a room more than fresh paper and a new coat of paint ar varnihIiThats what we want to tell you Our stock is complete We have new ideas galore in all tho world you cant find bettor or more beautiful e PAPERth- an we are carrying this season Thenrtoo we employ skilled workmen and that means as much as merely selecting pretty paper One beauty about our superb stock is that of low prices Wemwant you to come and see us invest gate our line and we will promise you that we have the the tro a nnd tin proper styles We also handle all kinds of Window bhadtsand fixtures Picture rl f- Oil Varnishes Paints etc Give IB j a call h 61 M Willging r West Main Street RICHMOND KY 1 We wont a picture of your nome t appear in our took History of Licli mond and Madison roomy I XI xere II e 1 liRE j ITO NOTIHUNT FOR We have themall the new things in I Spring SbOesrII and Oxfordsy r in button and lace black and tan medium iS ofifflg jand prices to please all If gj you would not regret it dont buy until you gj bjja3than ever beforeera c m t Y 11 1Ii i ARNOLDI Ir c HOUSEjMain Street Richmond Ky = 1 T LfTr SlikeJt FLUORI flvety housewife every cook knows that 1God eakes Rolls ft canot be made Biscuits without good Floury Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the iatestt Our brands are ElHston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madisonp MADBBlTH1 I Illiston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY rni F I 7Im7I w i 71 White and Gibson +J THATS ALL 71 F t c c ffi7l 7 rt Diamonds C Watches Clocks c P Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones V of every description r These are some of the V hingsobofaundatLaflesJewelry I watch or clock refuse too V take them to Lane he c will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too If yon want anything that f can be found in a first clasa esttiblisbrnoot go cJewelry He ia well fixed kina of articles y- v L E Lane V- C Jeweler and Optician J OLD JOE WUISKY Hand made Sour MaRh Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found I for medicinal purpose Yon want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in Jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5II5II JUKS26C 5II bottles 3 u New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Viipid Joe Distillery 7 McBrayer KytI SOLD BY t M F Enright First Street Wire Face I am agent for the celebrated LAMB 1 WIRE FENCE Those wishing to caUIoa or J D LONG ayllOLlyr Richmond Ky IN ORDER to Ret the great prize will give 4 yoQprices on the FENCE f i Klxty Days as follows leon loot fence eleven wires eavv stay loop top No7 wire at 46 cents per rod i heavyjti These prices have neyer been readout this cGunty bef- orerTCOYi KIUKSVILLE KY Announcements ron MAYOR We are authorized toannonnced C ARENCB K WOODS a candidate for Mayor of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announe R EHOBERT a candidate for City Attorney sub lect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorlied to announce THOS H subJectFOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorize to annunce Judge H C RICE a candidate for the office of Police Judge of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE IIULMA1f 02theWe are anlhorti d to announce CLAUD DEVORE a candidate for the office of Chief of oftheRAEDIiPolice of Richmond subject to the action of the Demoeallc party 11CREEKMORItacandIdaie of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party TovILSONPolice of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNCILMAN JtOBPRTGOLDENthe University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A D MIL ofCityCouncfltiou of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr T T ofCityto the action of the Democratic party AMYERSEast End Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party ALBERTIENTRY theDemocraticJENNIiGS1IfAUPIN theDemocraticFOR JAILER OSHEAUERcounty subject to the action of the Republican party FOR MAGISTRATE IiDYKES antionFOR CONSTABLE MSCRIVNERhIp of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party ARE Y U INT RB T DIN THB Condition of lo- urTeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25e Teeth Filled 50c With Gold 1 Spud Gold Ttethl trGold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These areJustis teeth lid they are the best no matter what you pay for having tbeplalesmade- Plntes made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky 11 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY BfCOCrOXAT- MLorig distance lines and telephones of thIs Company enable you to talk almost anywhar In Southern Indiana Southern Mlsslsslpp1andand Satisfactory communicatIon with th countryWioItyourptronage aklil EquMu fac411tl unaur I L JI w M 1 JI Lw 4 r y i e P 411 J- aL JIi MILL Aft Liw B r OeeWteBtlhlii tt oittmttt oo l BtoA leMly rLLtVAJ1J ATTORKItYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on brain ltro- etJODMOHENAULT ATTORNEYSATLAIV RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits groc- eryTSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AXD COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug store DeutII Largestr W I latIo white Corn offered GOLDEN KINGThe best early hg jxllow aorlsCrWritefor BLUE RIBBON SEEDS Ate always the most economical to use SteAL WHS INI stocks olV gel2bhand Flower SetcU Alfalfa Rape Grass and Cloret Seeds Seed Potatoes Cow Peas Soy cans Millet Sor rljom etc- DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmoi LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY T r The Colonels Waterloo HoneyGrovtfrom Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I vras nearly cnnipPalntsandalilioughI good j so I got a 50c bottle ol your great Electrb Bitters which cired me I consider tlllII the best medicine on youtheDyspepsiaRIIintisnes bottle lm Unusually Low Colonists Rates February 21 and March 2J Homeseekers Rates February 21 March 7 and 2J via Southern Railway to points in Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska New Mexico Texas and other territory A series of very low one way and round trip rates are offered on the above dates to those wishing to visit or settle in the great West and South west The Southern Railway splidtrainsville and intermediate points to St fullinformationG AIc H Hungerford D P A Louisville Ky T W Crews T P A- Lexington Ky EXPRESSIVE NAME FOR INDIGESTION B L RemedyThat the Trouble No one word better expresses the condition of the sufferer from weaK miseryThe appetitehead and back echo ami the misery goes to every organ Strengthen the stomach and the digestive system by the use of 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 thoy do not strengthen the stomach and that or can gets weaker and weaker all the timeB L Middelton ihe reliable drug gist has so much confidence in this remarkable remedy that he guarantees a dire or the money will be refunded Miona costs hut cents a box Ask to see the strong guarantee given with every box- Miona is in tablet formand should be taken before eioh meal Other rAmedies for stomach troubles and in digestion are taken alter the meal and decompose the good food you eat but Miona used before eating strengthens irrftaliohandblood and tints the stomach in such a healthy condition that it will take care of the food Itself and there will be no pain and suffering L Telephone B H Tuxoii and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight jjeaters 2Sdtf A Cold in the Read Itnntwhlcheased membrane Snnsens Catarrh Cure Is the remedy It cures catarrh easily and pleasautly containa no mer cury or other injurious drug It is quickly absorbed gijes instant relief and opens and cleansajs the nasal passe ges Regular size 60d Ask your druggist BL Middeltori for free sample and pamphlet tellingjiabout catarrh inch jKILLTHEAND CURE LUNGS KingsNew FORONSUMPTIOIiI 0 Price 11FeeTIiaI OuretoraUTlmOATandLV1fG asOtOJln LCX Ferbf OjIocktn l itc fi o T I FOR SALE BY TL gi1t1 AVCTI- Harrodsbtifg KY Sl0 acres OB piker laileS from UKI rodaburg brick bouse 8 barns tor acreI from Har Todaburg nice cottage barnsetc rorrs tobacco etc at f60 an acre Maces 1 mile of pike 4 miles far rodjburg cottage good land 11000 100 acres on pike Ii miles Harrods burt orchardcottagemostljr in grass at 60 an acre1 2i7 acres or pike near Salvlsa goodlandIUD aorealn Salvisa on pike nice house barns good land at 55 Ifi6 acres on pike 1 mile Harrods burg 7 room house large barn wooH lauB good farm at fGO an acre l0 acres 3 miles Harrodsburgor piku handsome residence good land 7o acres County road 3 miles Uar rodsbnrg good huuse burn wood land at 50 Salvisaonpikehanrbome buildlng grows tobacco etcj a nice fann 18000 62 acres 4 miles Hartodsbnrg close to pike good land cottage barn 3000l acres mile Harrodsburg on dWtUlnIJla1tine and at 8760 103 acres on pike 4 miles Harrods burg 7 room house barns fruIt good G000 156 acres 5 miles Harrodsburp on pike dwelling 2 barns grows tobac co etc orchard 5000 lG6 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 t42 40 acres on Kentucky river pear Ongon Mercer county nice houtp burns some bottom lantla good farm 12QOO acres on pike 8 miles Harrods 2 miles railway station i ew 2 room house Jargo barn fruit nice farm mostly In grass 5130 200 acres fine land on pike 8 mites Harrodsburg 6 mow house J walnut woodland will grow anything price 65 and a bargain 540 acres on pike near Boyle line 5 miles Harrodsbarg fine dwelling 5 barns 200 acres now in wheat is a beauty price L86an acre 261 acres on pike 5 miles Harrods burg ntw residence and barn fine tobacco land at 70 an acre 215 acres on pike 5 miles Harrods burg 7 room house good land worth the money atprice85 an acre 170 ucres on county road 2 miles east of Burgin 5 room house barn good land price 40 an note 264 acres at limits of Harrodsbur no house but two harns good farm grows tobacco cheap at price 50 an acre 74 acres good grass land farm will jjrow tobacco 8 room house 2 barn worth money at 50 an acre 165 acres on pike near Salvisa 4 room bl use tobae co land lays well large barn at 15 an aero 155 acres on piLe 3 mllesvfrom Har varyfair167 acri njJ4 mMe of pke 7 m1Ie Harrodsbifrpjfo room house 2 barns etc good land at 3250 an acnu 200 acres in Warren county Ky 6 miles Bowling Green on pike nice dwelling barn orchard grows to hacco wheat etc 4500 Ex for farm 307 acres Spencer county Ky on pike near Normandy Station 8 room house 2 barns orchard grows to bacco etc at f50 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 yards of pike S miles Little Rock 5 room house tobacco burn tobacco and hemp land price 70 an acre 340 acre Garrard county oh Ken tacky liver nice residence barn fruit line wheat corn and to bacco landia bargain at price 3h an acre 427 acres Markn county Ky 6 miles Lebanon near ralhm station 75 acres In cultivation grows ttH bacco etc 427 acres timber house and barn 1800 47 acres in Madison copnty Ky at Badwin 35 acres in cultivation tine dwelling line tobacco hemp land at tS5 an acre- 900acre plantation in 44 miles of Memphis Tenn in 3 miles railway town 160 acres in cultivation bat ance In cypress gum oak sad hick ory timber 5 room dwelling seveal smaller hotfses scales office shop patore corn cotton etc 1500 Will ex for a Kentucky farm or other prop payHotel in Hamilton Opposite Keokuk 70 to 85 rooms fine mineral well largo patronage convenient to electric cars 16000 V11 ex for a Kentucky firm or other property 190 seres in Alachua Fla no im provements fine orange anti fruit mhgnolictirnbsrEx for equal value TOUR OF ALL MEXICO Tour of all Mexico in launaiy and February under escort of Beau Camp boll General ManagerA it erican Tour slelpinlars of itinerary address A A Gallagher p P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati Ohio This great etock medusine isa itLsamedicnocondition powder Thouth put up ThcdfordsBlackDraught cure of the digestion troubles ol persons it has the sam stirringupthe constipated bowels for alt stock preparedthatstoc1q row and thriwi with an occasional doso in tLeir fiaod It pures hog cholera and mjkes Logs rajures conslipation rlist per and colds hi horses murrain 5n cattle nod inakes a draught animal do JBore work for the food icmsumed allkinds itarialtenIMMSTrrt s KAB Sfardj If IMC sraugiitStockMock for time 11 ila11 foudtbM18 lAaaOM i i1 vegetable liquid for governing et IA the Sow womens menses occur once in every luaari- nonthBRADFIELDS Female Regulator Is essential quality of herbs adaptedforiuch form that it ia always properly assimilated and taken into the system paiiafulorothexIrregularity art corrected by the regular use of this superior cmmenagogue periodiciowsDeccsaitate mucous membrane and a reconstruction after every sickness which is compa- nied with marked congestion prothiceWhites is the result of these irritating dis- Charges Regulator cures these troubles and restores to perfect health the patient who suffered the debilitating losses Buy of druggists 100 per bottle Our illustrated book mailed free Perfect Heath for Women fits BfUOFlEUD REGUUTMCA Atttate WATER THAT FERTILIZES Fertility Conferred Upon Irrigated Lands in the Far Western States Fresh water of nearly all kinds has fertilizing properties The wonderful fertility of Egypt whIch from remote antiquity has been Inexhaustible Is pro verbially due to the sediment brought In suspension by the Nile and left on the land when the waters recede Similar fertility Is conferred upon the irrigated lands lu the far west says the Boston Herald by such streams as the Rio Grande and the Colorado whose waters are likewise so full of sediment as to resemble pea soup In colbr and consls ency It has been more difficult to ac count for the fact thatall irrigated lands seem to have their fertility sustained by the water brought upon them even when this is absolutely clear The reason however becomes more evident When It Is remembered that nearly all Water except when distilled holds somu forms of mineral In solution and that this mineral matter Includes elernecU that help sustain plant life Even rAin water particularly that Which falls It the early part of a showerwhen It wash eg the atmusphere clean from impurl ties floating there in the shape of mi flute particles of dustIs rich In plant food In the shape of ammonia Ground water Is naturally full of mineral The eMlllzing property of this depends upon the character of the ground Rain wa tilt for Instance when It falls in the Woods takes up chemical properties strom the dead leaves that Cover the ground These properties may be acids which in turn help the water dissolve the alkaline mineral elements contained In the ground when it soaks into It eventually to emerge in springs and flowlnto ponds and rivers RAN ASHORETHANK COD Tale ot a Busslan Torpedo Boat Com mander Who Was Pursued by tha Japanese The following story has been going the round of the British China squad ron says the St James Gazette A Russian commander and tne crew of a torpedo boat were picked up recently The commander was a naval reserve man and had spent the last ten years farming In central Russia lila nautical expeHences bad never eX tended beyond the Black sea and h8 had never been on the Bpen ocean itt his life before Nevertheless he was taken from his little farm and put itt command of a torpedo boat We escaped from Port Arthur he said In a blinding hurricane The waves rose like mountains Nothing could be heard but tha howling of the wind Nothing could be seen but a horrible blackness Our eyes could not pierce for a single metre ahead of us Although the gallant captains eyes could not pierce ahead yet he was very clearly able to see the Japanese chasing him miles behind They pur sued us with fury he declared Their Vessels leaped over the waves like demons They rushed through the storm It was not humanit was devilish We fell upon our knees We prayed to be delivered from such demons We heaped coal upon the fur naceand then we ran ashore thank Godl COURAGE OF THE WILD BOAR In His Rage Is a Demon and Will Charge Anything of Any Size The wild boar never loses his head or his heart such courage 1 have never beheld in any fourfooted crea ture lie has all the cunning common ly accredited to the devil and In his rage is a demon that will charge any thing of any size I have seen a small boar work his way through a pack of dogs and his smaller brother the pee cary ii Brazil send a man up a tree and keep him there says Outing The boar looks ungainly but the Indian species i as fleet as a horse for about threequarters of a mile He be gins with flight shifts to cunning and finally stands to the fight with magnificent courage facing any odds As riding upon him you are about to plant your spear he will darttjink as they call It in India to one side repeating the performance several times until he finds he cannot shake you when turning suddenly with ears cocked and eyes filitterjng he will charge furiously If not squarely met with a well aimed and firmly held spear he win upset both horse and rider Hurling himself agalaand again upon the surrounding spears he will keep up his charge until killed whea he dies without a groan Duration of Life in Europe Of European nations the Norwegian and Swedish are the longest lived aid the Spaniards the shortest According recentlyIssued Norway60rersEngland glum 44 years and 11 months Switzer land 44 years and 4 mOnth yraace 43yeatBaEi4 6 months Austria 38 years ant Prussia aid lUly 39 years Bavaria 36 years and Spain 32 year and 4 months Evil DUd Mrs BeshamThe parpa say tkat a ekOOloftieattievnthatHeraldr TM iAii11Ls arIiettitotbIgatrtheir th t IWrfJt O 1 aw f I f rtLIJ UCTltt 1 THE MOOR AS A SERVANTi Be Ia a letnreq ieraosi4ut xai- xte OWJtX plta1JtyI An artist la town has a orfor ji servant The artist found ndanchig in a side show at the lJr Jiad they had a little chat between dlceeaayst- he New York Sun It wns a onci sided chat for the Moor ksbwa little English though he knew enough Eng hail or human nature to say that bo had been a servant of the sultans Bq fore the Moor glanced again the artiJit had asked hl to be his acirant The Moortould apt say modestly What la this attire for Sis warfit robes and turban were gorgeous bijt he did murmur something being dressed differently from AmerlciJi servants The artist wanted him as lie was and said SO So as he is In scarlet eur ho waits on the artists studio apartments The guests hold their breath a little when the enormous IRan In red enters the room to do the tea chores The artist however breathes evenly The Moor has a trick hospitality toward his employers guestiof Which perhaps it wbuld be well for the artist to break him as It proves iervshhlt tering to the8 uninitiated He solemnly takes it upon himself to greet each guest At he or she arrives with prof fered hand and the plaintive murmur My friend Perhaps the artist thinks It better not to correct the Moor He Is a very big man and the artist treats him io lltely SOLUTION CUTS THE ICE Calcium Chloride Solves the Problem of Keeping Third RaIl Clear of Sleet The great difficulty that was expert enced last year In keeping the third rail of electric lines clear of sleet will be recalled says the Chicago Cbroritclev A great number of suggestions have1 been offered for overcoming the trouble such as a protection for the tall use of sleet cutters the electric heating of the rail etc but It would appear that the western scheme of us ing a solution of calcium chloride on the rail is the least expensive and the most practical A calcium chloride solution is now used generally 1n most large refrlgeiat ing plants in place of brine and has a freezing point of about 30 beloV zero A quantity is mixed at tho power station and each car is provided with a small galvanized tank from whlchlbi solution Is distributed along the ran- by means of a flexible hose connectlpn The nozzle of the hose is followed by a flexible steel brush The solution falling upon the rail ap pears to destroy the ice which Is read ily swept away by the brush and the solution owing to its low freezing ing point affords protection for some time As the cost is insignificant and application easy this method gIves promise of coming into general use Surgery of Plants Plants suffer from diseases and the attacks of germs perhaps even more than animals do Some of their affec tions are best treated by medicines sprays etc but others such as gaits cankers pustules tumors requite the radical use of the knife The growing etn6tnc importance of tills branch agricilitufe is shown by the recent issue of a SCOpage volume by tIt E KUitef of Halle devoted to plant surgery tina der the title of The Pathological Anat omy of PlintsN Y Globe The Czar s Hermitage The czar sometimes wishes privacy In his palace at Peterhot there is a summer dinInghouse so arrangedthat there need not be any servants pie nt during the meal A bell is touched at the end of every courses and the table and all of its contents descends through the floor to reappear lade with dishes for the next course r 1 DBLAN1MAN i Hotel Glyndoh viidaIM1519o5 DlN1u =a1tToott te t DBIfTl81 OP LOUUTILLB Kr- 49Offlea next door to Government Building IchtnSnd Ky Office hoursIto 121 to 4 novl7ly v M Blanton DENTIST 3Offlc m Bennett Building lj nly TELEPHONE 196 =Strayed A black steer weight about 600 bs Liberalreward for re torn of same to- E DeatberaRe Richmond Ky =We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages fiurries Envies and runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It will pay you to exr amine them before buying We alsp flo rvpairinE and rejoining in best nan ners at moderate prices The best rubber tire Rpplyed and guatahteed I for one year Call and oea us Richmond CarriageWorksSLMidkifflPdoa B 1 0 SW Historic and Picfcuresque Route t- QNEWrORK via Washington Baltimore and Philadelpliia Stopover privileges on all FirstcMss Tickets 3 Elegant Vestibt led Trains andali bftlfldaiIyl Coaoheo wlta higk backlpeata tJ PIiidrwhireObservation steeptajc aaije t v Cempanys own diBis Jfar service Maals Mrri rISee IIrMountalBfl 1Histeric dHt mrs Fett Fetopiae rirrnP yIItlte KatfaSa Csl cn Foe tOf Gai IlK 7tefvaoe tte U eaiay Met ulgai orw OhCAXft Aej J aM iMhk o It j I lYl l For SalerrI Property advertised under this head is not charged fbje unless sale ismade complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1No Ko5 06 No 7 Ko8 109Ko10 No 11 No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 Nh 19 No 20 No 23 No 25 No 30 PiTn f1 No3S 0 twoitory frame residence coaUin 8 rooms and two balW In Rich smallblmoriginal cost Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from courthouse A snore desirable locatlonifor an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar pin SI20wUlmrra good town lot 40x200 feet A good town lot on good street 40x seo feet Price 1150 Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 260 acres Good resident bars and other outbuild ings Price 4260 Good farm containing aboutlSO acres good residence bun and other Ira pmvenrent line locality Jrlce 2500 Pains containing 100 acres well fenced hut with no other Improvements Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1800 Four cottages on nice street well Improved Price 1000 each Good cottage In first clan condition cisterd etc Price 500 Oood lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres of land fire resin grass and two in garden good orchard unit crape arbor all necessary out buildings ThIs property is situated IdR thriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price of the nlCft residences In Richmond containing eight rooms and ether In beat portion of city Lot 901250 feet Price I250t residence in rood neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for any one desir no Ideal home One nf the bet constrnctfedtinlldlnes in Richmond wen improved Price 2200 Two lot 120xlKO fretfa good neigh borhood Price 709 Nice residence on a 4acre lot con taining seven rooms and two porrhes Alt alerUr bet residence portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary ont bnlld lags A great bargain for anyone desiring a nice home ellthtIall In grass and is Al good farm aDd- Is well watered There is on this land a small residence adotbrn- ecessary outbuildings Locality best in county ObaDdsome twostory frame dwfl tue containing eight rooms two balls bath rooms with hot cold water basement under DttreI house good yard and all ontbdlldinn B location Richmond tor boarding house Nice twostorf residence on one of a1dIOne tract of mineral land in Lee county onhewaterso Kentucky river 4 sallei below Beattyvllle within 90 feet of Said tract contains 400 acres of land more or less Will tell out Lease or exchange for imnroveo farm land anywhere In tbs State of Kentucky This land contains the very best qnallty f coal Same vein as the Beattyvllle cO Has splendid 10 location for coke ovens foundries etc Will sell at a bargain if die posed of at once For further par ticnlars call at this office 1905 The Popular J905 H B1g4Operates 2658 miles of Railway Lines in the Central States which have by expenditure of large sums of money been brought to the highest grade Of perfection anti their equipment in clndes everything of the best latest designsThrough Sleeping Car Lines from the commodious Central Union Station in the heart of Cincinnati to St Louis Chicago Peoria Toledo Detroit Cleveland Buffalo Boston and New York Twins leavn Cincinnati Morning Noon and Night for the abovb and many other Cities irtaUnp direct con nections with all railway and steamer lines through the best terminals For detailed Information pall at Ticket Office Ingalls Building Fourth Vine Cincinnati or address WarrtnJ LynCh Gen Pass Ticket Agt I E Reeves Gee fioutfiern Agt Cincinnati Ohio W F BnwItT Tray Pass Agent- Chattanooga Tenn ++4+CALL ATM JONES MERSBONS SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodation Oeaalae Saratoga Water Kept OB Tep sSsssSS1 Phone 3 Second St taissioiers Sale John F White o PIE against v John Hall Dr Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order otSale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1905 in the above style cause tlie Undersigned wihI- onSaturdy Mch 2505 between the hours cf 10 odock a m and 12 oclock in on the prem teealn Madison county sty proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the followingdescrib ed property viz A Certain Tract of Land located on the road rnnnlng from By beetown to mouth of Drowning Creek containing aboat 38 acres being tbe land on which John Hall now reeides and same land which Napoleon John son decd poreewed and beunaed as follows towit On the north by lands ofDillard Rhodnflea the aouthweeby tbc lands 61 Thomas Hall and J bn Ayhit Rod running to the road thence with the county road to nortbweaterB line SAidjaadiS Id for dlsttHmtloH TERMS Sale will be made en a eredit of six and twelve mouths The purehwer wilt be required to give bead witIappttived security for the pay Hintof th4 puelMMW UMHrty to have the force adTee t of a JodfcffleBt baring legrilntereet roUyhsate with a TrarnP n aid peo eiy attI aUtbo purchase nrona Is SLTRPE waI M ga n a t nJD C E Douglas G D Simmons An Annbunceffient to tHe Publict I January 1st 105 Arbuckle Simmons were succeeded by c E Douglas Co The firm will be composed of the href above persons who will be pleased to have their friends cai and see them at the same old stand We want to sao to the public that we now have ouv stock complete We have received a car load of genuine Frostr Coiled Spring Steel Wire a car load of the best Wagons made The Studebaker a car load of Olympic Diamond Ranges We wadt to further saythat we buy most of our w wagons and stoves in carload lots and if you will corn see us we can sell you the best goods for as little or than you will pay for inferior goods Seeing is beleivii Come inand you will believe what we have to say GutteringIand Spouting we make a specialty of Would be pleased have you let us do your work or give you an estimate Respectfully yours CIIE Douglus Co Richmond Ky SPECIAL RATESv- ia g Illinois Central Railroad CALIFORNIA and colonidailyMISSISSIPPI excursiotlessIndian Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Texas etc hom seekers round trip March 21 One way colonists March 21 HOT t HSpringsOnly line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville- to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas For rate rates free of 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