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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a i I Jri = t IM J i c yt tt I I jF a t it I cLIMAXj t Jfi t IbJI I VOLUME 31RICHMOND MADISON COTp YOlTU KY WEDNFsDAI r MARCH 2 i905 tWlBER44 KJh j I PHONE 80 u WINES CREEKMORE DRUGS S MAIN FIRST I IAJ I JI T rENT10 l iIIE New ustomer-j t We are knocking at yom door with our new line of Spring and Summer goodsrlt We are prepared to offer the buyer 1 of newness quality andeconomy that a IEsplendidly assorted retail store can present j We solicit your spring trade on the representatioa that you- t t 71 wIll f f1nd it satisfactry and profitable to make your pur 71 1cnases from us tA 71i We carry mbst anything you can ask for in t + Dry Goods i Notions 1 Shoes Hats f ffijR6XIII C We guarantee to give the best quality of goods for the 25 iFpflcethe PRICE always the lowest Call and see us vyx iLackey and Hamilton THE HUSTLING CASt STORE First and Main i71 F7I71 F 71 71 F71 ffi 71 I 7 t 7I7ft m71 4 4TIlE+ CountryI Store TN TOWN V lli ic ASHi+ SELL FOR +I g A CTT LArlIt K We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware 71 I 1Woodenware Porcelain and GranitewareIImplements Wagons Buggies + Road Carts etc In fact most every article ffih used on farm or in kitchen j I Rememberour PRICEmakes very low 7 compared with the credit system 1WE SELL THE Lynahu Chili Plow the most substant al andeasiest running plow 71in the world Examine and give us your order i Fencing Wire Roofing etc az Try our Old Fashioned + m Country MeakChp- i F f Poultry Eggs Rides 15 i and Furs i Colyer Bros Phone 237 Main Street F Jh RICHMOND KY 71J T F7I1 7I 7E 7 D W TRI6BLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL RESTATE AGENT Yojir Business Sollcitfd Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY 1 Q CASH goods when New Uvery Him E C Million Son announce to the public that they tinve opened a first c1as livery feed nhd sate stable in the old Duncan stand on Irvine street fn- rear of City Hall Nice new rigs nd i polite attention We wjsli to buy some i fancy saddle and tiarnese honest lSjlwm j Oil1WaSon 14ti iYd WHY IT SUCCEEDS Because Its For One Thing Only and Richmond is Learning itthNothing can be good for everything Doing one thing brings success Doan V KHfiiey Pi Is doone thisc only kidneyillHere is evidence to prove it Elsworth Blackburn carpenter of Versailles says Some few years litO I was employed m a freight IIOUFO and tho nature of my work being on my feet so much of the time and doinc PO much heavy lifting the doctor told me was the cause of my kidney trouble fter leaving this position I went to wurk in a tobacco factory which did not seem to be any better for me as tile dust from the tobacco made the trouble still worse The acbingacros the small of my back was so severe that Icould hardly stoop or stra chten and jibe secretions from the kidneys were not free enough in action were discol ored and at times painful I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and procured box They helped me right from the Htart and I kept on with the treatment until I was well the aching ceased and the urinary trouble was corrected 1 cannot speak too highly of this valua tile remedy Plenty mow proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid doltons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale br all dealers Price DOu Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for tue United Stator Remember the name Doana and take no other mch CtiiZac- kMundayc al Plf against Jarmau Gibbs tc Pit Notice of Sale in Equity HP virtue of a Judgment and Order f Sa e of the Madison Cirjnit jConrt etulered at the February Term thereof 1905 in the Shove style cause tho un dersl ned will on Thursday Mch 23 05 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 12 oclock in on the premises in Madison county Ky proceed to PX pose to public sale to thelrlsbcst and bust bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract of Land containing about 191 acres be the flame more or Isss and being the land owned ond in posseB lon ol Wm Mnnday col at his death Said land lying on the waters of Hays Fork in Madison county adjoining the jands of Ruben Munday decd c For a more par ticular ilescription reference is hereby made Ut this Judgmentrenderedln the above slyled action Said land is sold for distribution TERMrrSale Will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The pur ar111I1ntbearngieiial day of pala with a lilen rewrved upon said proper ty uatiIalI the purchase money itqlard- p son given when terras of sale are compSSed with i lHQRF MQ FoaitilE Two iowe afllpii5 1 WMBiTiriwfin bJ iZuI4d Ky j j2 iiJtII erd p PLAN JOINS FARMERS GIGANTIC UNION TO TIGHT TBUSCS IS PROJECTED Jlioyemep t t 1naugurataConbine of tii AgMcu1turists In ifnited States Is Be sun In Iowa MarshalKown laA movement has been startqi In lows to organize the farmers of Hie state by stlioo districts with a viev to consolidating organiza tions of like character in every school district In the nation for the purpose of voting the turners as a body The Iowa end of the movement start ed at Somers where the farmers of Cal houn and Webster counties discussed the project It was decided to carry onI the work Officers were elected and work of spreading the propaganda is now under way This is in charge of U H Carr c f Chicago who is connected with the board of trade there according to the return card on his envelopes The view which is taken of the fu ture of the movement among the era is illustrated by extracts from aletI ter which is being sent all aer the state in the topeof interesting the farm ers In every Ichobl district It is belied that the 10000000 tcessfullyorglinlzedginning In the townships It shouldibe possible lo thoroughly township in k week Organize all town thenUogetherInInto a natloTil organization then let farmers USB their most effective wean representalIvetional body pledged to see that farmers totherthe 50000000 people of the United States who are either directly or Indirectly connected wllh agriculture will receive lOurdares that every enterprise of any Im exceptfarmingor trust that If the 10000000 farmers organlzedJrjolnellIng as a unit they will possess a and a force against which powerJ prevail and ca1 then and then suc cessfully comKit the adverse influence which are combined against them TFzation in Iowa alonp this line HAS SUBSTITUTE FOR PEN State Treasure of New Jersey Uses aI Meat Skc wer to Sign Name to a Check Trenton N TBy a little display of e neverretnat tactics and a determination to go ahead with the tools at hand State Treasurer Frank O Brjgg showed ihe result of his train- Ing in going to a destination and pro ceeding promptly with materials to accomplish his ends by signing a check with a wooden skewer of the kind that roasts are tied up with The thestatehouseThe treasurer was in a hurry to getaway to another engagement when there came a request from a creditor of the state fOr a check The state treasurer sat dpwn until the check was brought to him at the desk of a subor dlnate When the check was before him he grasped what be believed to be sWoodenkewerthe office Dipping the skewer into the ink the treasurer was in the act Of starting his wellknown signature when Chief Cl rk Wildrick caUed his attention to tlio fact that he did not have a pen in his hand at all but a skewer hurryMri with the skewer and be lid it swell as he does with a pen ALLIGATOR STOPS A COURT Present from Florida Called Lovely Until Box Opens and Contents Tries to Eat Ladies New York Three feet of live all Iga torgot loose In the United States district court and routed commissioner mar shals deputies young women stenog raphers and olllce boys Robert Walk er cashier in the clerks office who at Palm Beach Fla sent the gator to his friend Abraham Adler deputy mar shal It came In a pine box 1hE lid all there lay a card on which was written Fruit for the office From Bob How lovely cried the stenogra phers By Jinks Its a suitcase guessed AdlerAnd real alligator skin too How lovely cried the stenographers Just then the rest of the gator appeared He opened his jaws rolled out on the floor A panic followed The young women were kept prisoners on chairs Marshal Henkel I charge you Jn the name of the law to arrest that creature said Commissioner Shields The marshal slipped into the room executed a flank movement seized the long tall and deposited the trespasser in his box To everybodys surprise it bebayed as quietly as a sack of flour Burglar Caught by Megaphone An old lady who lived on the out skirts of Chicora Pa uiscovered a burglar in her home one night re cently and immediately mounted to the roof with a megaphone This she used to such effect that she aroused the entire neighborhood with the re suIt that the burglar was captured r PEFFER5 iNERVIGOR RfSTORATIV CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY InIte1ph eIcal ntoojToNris watca pcity tot ii4 dne1 Damah ortII fitCPEPFERS HERVIOOR BukM 5troijC4m Hcrv j miu Dtuiir FdlliK Mccwrr wrt II1tItolto rich httltbr Wood and repalrt wasted nflLeniur 500d for won WIthet s s PCnWI MCMCM A OCTK mluD H sA For sale by EC Wines fGfRst New eii room cotlae Ht li cf9 LSLTIJ b 4us4i6 aL ii e ft 4 i f 6 t I ItlIElimn and fHhiA tile trntle iiinrk fut iEinuIsion onitii1s yetretigiltin nliuost nil the civilized coim l iH of the glObe If the cod fiHli became extinct t would le a worldwide calam tifromits in nourishing find lifegiving t agohefiitm found a way of preparing cod liver oil HO that everyone can ke it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the lieKt tiling in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and all conditions of wasting and lost strength Send for free aspZecSCOTT k BOWNE CHEMISTS 4O941I IEAHI STREET NEW TOOK and tlM All L drizgstsb NO ONE IS LIABLE Case of Alsa Simmons vs County Judge Gregory Et Al Decided Frankfort Ky March 15The court of ppea1s in the case of Alma Simmons vs County Judge Gregory and others decided that neither tha- county nor county officials nor their bondsmen are liable in damages for an i caused the fal of a de efecUveis also decided that time makers of the caseItrnetbe1eVaturciStlcfeCttTeWhe5theyput IKENTUCKY MINERS Proposition and Counter Proposition Made at the Wage Conference Louisville Ky March 16Tho- proposition of the miners and tho counter proposition of the operators were submitted at the wage confer ence of the Kentucky miners and operators The miners ask for the restoration of the scale of 103 calling for 82 4 cents for pick coal ana other items in proportion The operators submitted the scale of 1904 calling for a scale of 78 cents for pick coal for readoption The prospects are that a compromise midway between the two scales will be reached Sheriff Callahan Surrenders Lexington Ky March ISEd CalL I lahan sheriff of Breatbiti county dicted with the Hargises or the charge of conspiring to kill James Cockrill of whose cases the state court recent IIty gave Fayette county jurisdiction to the cityand surrendered to the authorities He was taken at once to jail Will Not Be Prosecuted Lexington Ky March 16 Tho charge of forgery made against Miss Lucille Hawkins of this city who forged the nam of John E Madden to a check for 3will not be prose conventILouisville Ky March 16TqC George B Eastin camp United Confederate Veterans has accepted the Invi tation of the committee on arrange merits to act as an escort to President Roosevelt upon the occasion of his visit to Louisville April 14 Judge J W Bloomfield Expires Paducah Ky March 16Judge J W Bloomfield one of the most promi nent attorneys in the state died after a long illness He was born near Ea ton 0 November 1C 1836 He was a lifelong democrat Died In Colorado Paducah ICy March 15 Everett Butler of Livingston county present representative in the legislature and the democratic nominee for county attorney died In Denver Col of con sumption Locks Arc Damaged Valley View Ky March 16Tho tide in the Kentucky river has damaged Locks 9 and 10 It will tat 0 100000 to repair and put them In shape to pool water The bank on one side of the river at this place has cutaway 75 feet A Prank of the Fates Central City Ky March 10 Threa men were riding a railroad velocipcUo near Xuzerne when a passenger train on the Illinois Central struck them Two of them escaped unhurt The third J A Tyson was killed Strikes Hidden Rocks When our hiloC health strike the hidden rocks of Consumption Vneh tnonU etc you are lost if you get help fn ru Dr Klnes New Disco ery for Consumption J W MrRfii iioii of Taiadeim Springs Ala write 1i had broil very with pneumonia under the care clf tWQdoctois but Wa getting Uo butler s lien I began to tak Dr KlnnsTJew piecoverj The fi rat dose gave rtlitf and one bottle cnrei ine Sure cure for sore t liroat broiir tidhiiisIst Tnlalb6ttiefrie Jm f9lt1 Nice lot io rtM s4rt 47x1 Leo inr ari hiusi-us Mtit ll oN i DAYS DEFALCATION It Will BeSettled at Fifty Cents on the Dollar Lexington Ky March 17 Through ho intervention of friends and rela ives Walter R Day former secretary if state who as a member or the firm if Day Bros at Jackson Ky default ed one year ago to the amount of 100000 through a series of fraudulent land deas will now be x return to Jackson without 2blel prosecution the defalcation been settled by his brother Floyd Day on a compromise with the creditors at 50 cents on the dollar His wife who passed through this city Wednesday has lone to join him upon his arrival In New York city and it is said they will return to Jackson together All the shortage with the exception of about 7000 has been made up by Pays father and the par ties interested it Is said have now Agreed not to prosecute CYEOPENER WITH LAWYER Is No Bar To a Jurymans Compe a Ionet and another went to steep ry box Attorney Frank P StrausIwho represents the City en1tireadmitted the substan al accuracy of botn charges but stat that he could not admit any lm proper Influence on a Kentucky juryman if he should choose to take his morning nip even If it was in the company of a lawyer As to a jury man sleeping while on duty Judge Gor don disapproved of such conduct but It was no bar to competency THE JAILER BOONE CASE By Agreement Counsel Submitted It Without Oral Argument Frankfort Ky March 17By agree ment of counsel in the case of Jailer oone of Clark county against Cir reIstrainailiff of the Breathitt court for trial there was submitted without oral ar gument Five days time was given counsel to submit briefs after which aeIThe Standard Oil Co Fined Taylorsvllle Ky March 17Clrcult court is in session here this week In the case of the commonwealth vs the Standard 011 Co charg d with retailing coal oil without icense the jury returned a verdict fining the defendant company 500 Cement Plant For Newport Newport Ky March 17S Frank Dye will build a cement plant in the Water Works road a short distance from the city limits It will be located at a point between two high hills which are said to contain an Inex haustible supply of shale Tried To Drown Himself j Cynthiana Ky March 17 Milton Rees aged 32 a young fiLmIer of this county jumped into the Licking river He was rescued and will recover His wife being very low with consumption is the cause ne is a brother of Deputy Sheriff Rees Young Newspaper Man Dead Cynthlann Ky March 17Hoyt I Martin aged 35 years died suddenly at his homo from a hemorrhage Mr Martin was a wellknown young news paper man and held at different times positions on all three of the Cynthi ana papers Ill Health Prompted Suicide Newport Ky March 17Frank Timmerman 46 an expressman residing at 715 Robert street committed suicide at his home by shooting him self through the right temple with a 32callber revolver Ill health was tho cause Was a Confederate Veteran Madisonviile Ky March ItCapt John H Christy an old and highly respected citizen died at his homo here He was a confederate veteran and served during the civil war as a explain under Gen Morgan Ms Lucy Wilson Dead Covington Ky March I7Licy E Wilson a native of this counliJand the aunt of Judge and Edward R Bryson and grandmother of City Health Officer H E Wilson Is dead aged 31 years Ground To Pieces Olive Hill Ky March 17A young man named Thompson aged 21was working in a mill on Johns creek Floyd county when his clothing be came entangled in a wheel and he wan ground to pieces All Blue Drops Dead Lexington Ky March 171 All Blue a valuable threeyearold mare by Prince of Monaco Jam Dicey drop ped dead here la training She was In full gallop when heart disease attacked her Lost Both Legs Paducah Ky March 17 While switching a train at Eleventh and Nor ton streets Red Hubbard of this city a switchman fell under the train Both legs were cut off and he cannot live Many Russian deserters have found refuge In London Most of them have taken to tho hawkers trade I CREDITORS NOTICE All persona baring claims a a5netthe estate of Mrg Mar iar tWh1te deceas pilHre liereb5HotiSed toflIq aHie properly verified itith the nudcrsigned oa ir before Al tl or same will be bar redJAStILLIVANlin Admr LetlifVeyON mofley 0 B Douglas tCai febl68t If Incr bible Brutality It v ouW VRbeaM wen jKble bra tallty it Chad V Lemberr of Syracuse N y JIIlDOt de Ifbc at i could for his sea My boy he w eiiil a NMil Irov r hit urf v fco I iM d Bc I- CSa l bl qulaklv hEd i At HI 0t Ieys G fGrIpr and uictdys Irx1 t j EE E1Ecr If S Grand Upening A J Ip E 2 d ISpring Summer Textures ze JllSYJee CasA S ore 1will show the largest array of smart fabrics in full suit lengths for gentlemensever dIsplayed here constituting over 500 styles from tile great tailoring establish apparel t ment of Schloss Bros Coof Baltimore whose expert cutter and fitter will be withus oil Monday and Tuesday It March 20 andZIto take andwhatAn Opportunity for Every Good Dressere jget perfect satisfaction in his clothing wants a welcome awaits yOUrthete DontIto the dates March 20 and 21 The groaningunderWaists Suits New Percales New Madras Cloths New White Goods of varietyeveryGinghams Impor d Shirtings and etc that are stacked and piled mountain high lOur Hamburg and Lace Tables are chuck full of bargains anti are attricttng great ofthiesplencliclnewiesare s anespecially attractive Our new Ii France Shoes have just arrived they are unsurpassed for style fit anddurability a Get our low cash womenmissA positive money saving on every pair you purchase up r carp ts are the the prettiest ever shown by us Exclusive in purchased before the advance We pitfrnB every quality having be n lOur Cats save you Voonmoney every yrd we sell you aro showll latest lipe of Carpets Matting Linoleums KuK Lnce Curtains Druggets Porttowcity Get our low prices See the newest things before you buy etc over soon iu We are showing all the new novelties in Spring Dres G1ods new Silks for shirt waist suits Dressnow TrimD1il1 s new novelties Lu Hoiser new in GutourYou are cordially Invited to visit us anil pirtakc of the many good timings we offer W D OLD IiAM and CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY We purchased our vehicles to sell and it yon will only c ill ai cot price tAP will prove this assertion and make of von nn everlasUns friend antI custom r if S MilkHT Prop R JEEPOALNoVI075 WEAK HEX CURED M TUr or Sunia Dralu rf EnflIT oad JlatilUon Baaotj riot Ptap llln llanhMd joe ep tbe iresy the raaietcmdu Int patipali ji vrarper oo reoeip rUM SoUralrbyJi- oJEEVOAI ItEMFDY CO loa Lincoln Ian Court Cincinnati 0 Bout H fir i anlu TUUf 001 mnttm tUl ps 1 1e1 I II Which is the CheapestOne burglary may deprive you of valuables wortlianywbere between S10 and 10000 One years rent of a SUeDe posit Box costs you So Which is the cheapest State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky lewT1meLathonLAC- ommencing Monday Dec 19th noon train for Irvine and afternoon train from Irvine will be discontinued until further notice No change in ar rival and departure of olher trains at Richrnoud M Hacker Agt L 1Je Gas NBA TERS your moustache beard abeiatifnl brown or rich black Use tl o Smoke C o 5m oSk No DaC3 fi Withat Gas Heater The room is boated quickly satisfactorily and cheaply They IfIcost little and being dutacboh able be used in any room Telephone Orders wJ Promptly Filled A JCC x Company j rJ Rubber Stamps and Pads 1 p lAyers Pills Want or can Sugarcoated easy to take mild in action They cure 1- 1sickhe3dache BUCKINGHAMS DYE jrun ciotr txiM LflSJ = i I1 FURNITURE jWinter ia now approaching and it is now time for fallclcanSng Every housewife wants something now to brighten up the dreary 3Y8ithat arc soon to come A piece olneiv Furniture a pretty Picture or a nice Rug Weiandle allkinds of house ihfrggooasfronlthe smallest piece up to the ruasshn Bed Room Suites 0ur line ol Protures all kinds ot Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampwst jj Rugs a large line of odd Reeking Chairs and eve ythng that Ul I a makp a home esy and comfortable yll i Come and inspect our big stock Special attention Is called to our iJdImrtakingDepartmeat Jiie j Cnx t f s 0 w s 0 L D HAMf l L a II u o t to t s I4IDo i r tt X 1tI r iuijecivedspring line of tcuettt t y os s I 1 FitNEf s Ie e w o 1 1 SHIRTSe ii 1 Sq in all styles with cuffs attached 111ho and detached Also a fullspring 1 V S r of Crossett sS S 1I S FINEs = ee- C 5 S SHOES s5S and1 L Oxfords Call andexpect i r themes Respt S 5111 I James P Tribble iP z l VlSsSSS SSSSSI SSS ISSSSSIlSSSSS SSS SSS lS ssslS llS SlSSlllSllSllSSll t The Richmond Climax PUBLISH Kl VERY WEDNKSDAY BY ThQ Climax Printing Co j 1 Incorporated r Ij6U11i ULT President j fli J M1LtiR n EdltorJ Manager r PRICE 1O9 PER YEAR IX ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAR 22 13O5f t I DEMOCRATIC TICKET Itv For Representative IL W MILLER For ounty JudgepN P Flit County Attorney- It H CROOKE For Sheriff PB BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB t For Jail r BUCK JOHNSON lI For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND I For CoronertROBT L BIGGERSTAFF A KKiOKT recievcd at Tokio from z the Japanese armies in the field says the Russians evacuated Kaivuan on r Saturday after setting fire to the rail road station Gen Linevitch in a telegram dated Saturday tells of the occupation of Takarnan by tho Japanese and says our armts continue their concentration Thure is a re port in St Petersburg that Gen Ku Topatkin will remain in Manchuria anti assume a subordinate command but it is without verification Dis patches from Gunshu Paws say that Kuropatkins train left Saturday for St Petersburg Belated reports from 1the Japanese armies tell of hard pur a i suit of the Russians severe weather V and frequent fighting COLONEL HAUKV McCAimr thi r senior editor of the Jessamine Jour f nal is being urged by his friends and Constituents to become a candidate for reelection to the Legislature froui Jessamine county During his term iGt McCarty has come up to ever fercqnlrement of a true and faithful rqpretentaive lIe is one of the best Yknwn newspaper men in the state and his brethren in the profession wish him much success in whatever course he may pursue DissolBtion Notice Notice is hereby given that the part ttiership heretofore existinR between r CrjiUsher fc Tribble dealers In rents J tiirnisbiof goods has by mutual con dissolved Mr Crutcher re Mcutbeen the business T B Crutcher- inii84t 3 P Tribble rowerst at Lexington Refrigerators are our special for this week t t We bought them in large lots at the quantity discount We sell them in a specialshow J room in our basement admira JI h suited to the purpose but 1 where rent is cheap Therefore we can afford to 4k sell you a perfectly sanitary j long lasting and icekeeping 1 Refrigerator at a price that is usually asked for the sort that does not have these pualiiie- sHighgrade Refcigerators at low prices is our battle cry for this sale i1i J z C1F1BroErCo11- t k N JCD IROAJjWLI JKXfKfirTQjf XT r fjr v r 4 F FOR COUNCILMAN We are authorized to announce EMIL LOl- ltisiii asa candidate for the City Council rom Ihe East End precinct subject to the ac ion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W S OLD BAM a candidate for Councilman from University Preclnt subject to the action ot the Democratic party FOIl POLICE JUDGE We are authorized to announccJ ORENLEAP as a candidate for Judge of the Police subject to the action of the Democratic arty Primary Election Notice At a meeting of the Democratic City Committee of Richmond Ky held pursuant to notice at the Court House in Richmond Ky on March 10 1005 all the members thereof being present the rollowing resolution was adopted viz 1 Resolved That a primary elec lion ho held In the city of Richmond on the 28tu day of April 1905 for the purpose of selecting Democratic nomi nees for the following offices to be vo ed for at the November elec ion 1905 Mayor Police Judge City Attorney Chief of Police Justice of the Peace Constable and six members of the City Council 2 That said primary election shall beheld under and regulated by the pro visions of the general primary election law of the State of Kentucky The polls shall be opened at 5 oclock a at the four regular voting places designated by law in the city of Richmond Ky and will be closed at 4 oclock p m The election will be held and con ducted by officers to be hereafter ap pointed All candidates receiving the highest number of votes for the re spective offices shall be declared the nominees of the party except that two nominees for Councilmen shall be selected from each of the three munici pal boundaries described in Section 2 of the Ordinances of the City of Rich mond Kyof 1SQ391 and known as the Court House Precinct City Hall andTheboundaries recelyine the highest num ber of votes in the primary shall bF declared the nominees for Councilmen from said boundaries respectively 3 That any person desiring to become a candidate to be voted for al said primary for any of said offices shall on or before 12 oclock noor April 13th 1905 deposit with tOt Chairman a sum of money corresponding with the following assessment which is made to defray the expenses of the primary viz Mayor 10 Po lice Judge 10 City Attorney 10 Justice of the Peace 5 Constable 5 Councilmen 5 Said payments shall be deemed legal notice of the candidacy of any person making the same No assessment or any part thereof shall bt refunded or withdrawn after payment J H Sullivan Chairman J M Terrill Secretary PERSONAL Mrs Hugh Rlddcll of Irvine spent Thursday here Mr H R Smith of Versailles was tore lat wee- kMrWR Thomas of Estill Springs was here last Tuesday Captain S H Stone of Louisville was here last week Mr Julian Van Winkle of Danville was hero last week Mrs Henry Jones has returned from a visit to Mt Sterling Mrs D M Chenault has bcen visiting In Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs T J Lipscomb have been visiting in Ford Miss Margaret Clayton of Beatty ville was here last week Miss Sadie Cecil of Danville is the guest of Mrs B L Middlcton 5100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that selenee has been able to cure in all its stages and CurtIsto tho medical fraternity Catarrh be ing u constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halld Ca actingdirectly destroyluggiving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na proprIetOrshunJireddQllirsSend for list pf testimonial ToledooScW lit ttr 75- eKIMXraiUIfmiiNUwkMt JIIR j Hni 7l 7J K I If your blood is tjiin lind im pure you are miserable al the time It Is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly know Sarsaparillathe health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years Adoctors medicine I owe my mEt without doubt to Ayeri SarMparilla It is the most wonderful nwdl ctneliitlieworldfornerrnnsneii Jlycunija- permanent and I cannot ion MBS UritATMa WELL Kewtrk JJ J SIM bottle 1 cAYEal All dniK IUfor Lowell Mass Poor Health Laxative doses of Ayer Pills each nIt greatly aid the Sarsaparllla Miss Helen ennett has been visi ting Mrs T C Clay Jr In Paris Dr and Mrs CL W Evans Vere in Irvine last week on a fishing trip Mrs JWElmore is in RichmOnd visiting relatives Lancaster Record Miss Fannie Gnmm has returned from a visit to relatives at Donerail Mr T 0 Samuels and daughter have been visiting relatives in Pine yule Mr John A Marrs spent several days last week at his home in Lan caster Mrs foe Harris of Beattyville vis- Ited Miss Fannie Harris at Speodwill last week Mrs John B Chenault entertained iit euchre last we k at her home on the Summit Major G M Adams returned Tues from a visit to Richmond Winches t r SunSentinel Y Mr E V Elder has returned from Sew York where he went to buy new goods for summer Mrs James M Hamilton is at home from a visit to her sister Mrs Robt Tipton of Mt Sterling Mr Claud Smith is here from Rich mend Mr L A West is visiting in Richmond Estill Herald Miss Mary Graham Williams of Paris is visiting her grandparents Judge and Airs N B Turpin The Cecilirn Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs W S Oldham at her nome on Lancaster avenue Mrs Buckner and Mrs Miller Winchester wore here Thursday to attend the Japanese auction Mr and Mrs C L Taggart of Ir vine were here last Thursday and Friday with Mr and Mrs Mat Hacker Mr and Mrs II H Frasa and Miss Jane Frasa have returned from a visit of several weeks to relatives at Camp NelfionSMrs Theo Gumm and Mrs R A Harris of Cleveland visited Mrs Wm Ledford at Valley View last weekThe many friends of Colonel JmV Caperton were glad to see him out last week for tho first time since his serious illness Mrs John Hooe Russell was in Cincinnati last Wednesday attend the annual breakfast given by tho Welles ley University Association of which she is a member Miss Eva Munday a stylish and up todate trimmer from Cincinnati has arrived and is in charge of the trim ming department of Mrs Ella Far leys millinerystOte Mrs R L Gentry and Mrs A D Miller and daughter Miss Elizabeth and Miss Stella Thomson t spent several days last week with Mr George B Todd and family at Speedwell- Mr John W Rupard and family left yesterday for Doris Oklahoma where they will reside in the future The best wishes of their friends follow them to their new home Miss Dove Embry of Lexington enrouto to Richmond to visit relatives was the guest of Mrs McCarty for a few hours Monday afternoon Jessamine Journal Mr and Mrs R E Turley and daughter Elizabeth of Richmond and Mrs GeorgeLand of Lexington were guests of Mrs J S C Bro naugh this week and in whose honor she gave a magnificent dinner Mon day Jessamine News Mrs Gilbert Grinstead who has been seriously ill for the past six weeks is slowly improving much to tho gratification of her many friends As soon as able Mrs Grinstead will join her husband at Somerset when he and Mr Will Bybee are doing a thriving dry goods business The following people of this city attended the Grand Opera In Cbcin nati last week Mrs W W Watts Miss Emma Watts Mrs A R Bu nam Miss Katherine Walker Mrs G W Pickels Mrs T J Smltb Mrs H L Perry Mrs Stanlon Hume Mrs WaIler Bennett Miss Marion Burnam Miss Laura Bennett Mrs Mary Clay Mr and Mrs PoR lien nam Miss Sallie Miller nnd Dr W A Thomas Mrs George Land entertained a few friends at cards yesterday afternoon in honor of her guest Miss Mollie prettnomewith plants and flowers and tho cccn sion was made very Informal Alter the delightful game of euchre a doll dons supper was served and the prizes were awarded The first prize a cutglass colegne bottle was woo by Mrs T A Combs and the lone ryIrsAn event of great interest in local society is the announcement of the wedding of Miss Mary Gill and Dr G Chris Farls which will take place at the home of their3don Stanford street in the city next Wednesday evening the 22nd The bride tobe Ig one of Lancasters most chaming and popular socl ty belles fbelovdd lJal1 Dr Faris who is one of Lancaster most popular young gentlemen is respected aQd1ikfMl hklli He caee kane from Riliaotl tvenl yeitrii a o ad iMgM the pmMMrf Mg O 6nt f l iLr ion deoticirv bclb1upright conduct itrict 8ttttioa to kibustAes has worn tie swm at sli our people as his lrrge prwjioewUiUiitlfV They will drive to Ijjftaville iidiately after the ceremony and takes trip through the Sdii h The ceremony will be perfcTined by Rev Donate McDonald of Dttnville an uncle of tbe bride Only therelatives and a few closef nds will be present The at tendants Will bo Misses Helen and Martha GUI Mossrs Louis Gill and Burton Furlsv The weddingmarch will be played by Miss Marguerite Kinnalrd Central Record The above notice will boot interest here where both parties are welt and favorably known Dr Paris as stated abov is a native of this county and is a brother of Mr A B Farts of this city Ills friends have watched with pride bis rise in bis chosen profes sion and this high standing hows hi what esteem he is held His bride has visited Misses Margaret ant Mary Miller hero anti is equally as popular as the man of her choice The Original Foley Co Ciiicago originated Honey and Tar asa throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foley Hon ey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the sale satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates antis safest for children and delicate per sons For sale by R C Stockton 1m mine White Dead Wm Irvino White aged 34 only son of the late A M White died in Louisville Sunday after a brief illness and before many ot the deceased fnends were aware of his condition Butial Monday afternoon in the Rich mond cemetery under the auspicrs of the A OU W Loilire of which Mr White was a member and in which he carried a 2000 policy in full force Besides this lu leaves 5000 old line insurance anti a line farm Deceased leaves a widow who was Miss Annie White and two interest ing children Mattio Kasscll and Fife White aged about 8 and 6 respectively Aside from these sorrowing loved ones a devoted mother mourns for her only boy her grief being shtred by her three daughters Mrs John W Parrish Mrs T J Douglas of this county and Mrs J R Davis of Campbellsville t Irvine White died on the threshold Opportunityrhis talents But he left no enemies not one and this may well console those who mourn his enly death Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs Several years since my lungs wore 80 badly affected that I had many hemorrhages wries A M Ake of Wood Ind I took treatment with several physicians without any benefit t then started to take Foleya Honey and Tar and my lungs now are ae sound as a bullet I recommend it in advanced stages of lung trouble Fo leys Honey and Tar stops the cough and heals the Jungs and prevents se rious results from a cold Refuse substitute Fur sale by R C Stockton 1m Estray liars A white male and a black sow came to my place 3 miles northeast of Rich mond about ten days ago and has since been cared for by me Oirnei can have some by paying charges mch224t i Pleas Ponton Salts I desire to state thac I am agent for both the Chas A Steyens and Edward TJ Grossman Company and will order ladies walking skirts suits and silk shirt waist suits Give me a call Mrs James Moores Hobson Building FUel Deed ot Asslgnmtnl Mr Thomas P Embry formerly oh Madison county county conveys all 01 his property lor benefit of creditors Hie Lexington Herald ut yesterday saysMr TP Embry now of Boyle coun ty but formerly one of the most prowl nent farmers inFiyette yesterday filed 4 deed of assignment iu the Fayette County Court conveying all his prop erty to R L Sal tor Sr of Danville in trust for the benefit of Lila creditors The property conveyed consists oh both of the assignors farm on the Athens pike this county one of 222 acres and the other of 100 acres wit the exception of seventveigbt acre formerly sold to Ruth Veal u note against R M Redd for 31150 andsev eral smaller notes farming implements stocks and other personalty rile liabilities which Mr Embryi friends believe he will finally be able to pay dollar ior dollar aggregate 225001 and among them are various debts of Itfchmord Lexington and Danville banks A list of time principal creditors is given below National ExchangeJBankLexincton S5CO Farmers National Bank Richmond S4000 Boyle National Bank Danville 900 Citizens National Bank Danville 1200 Kaegs Perry Camilla Ga 600 Gentry Thompson I xitittiin i2- J L Green Camilla Jit 20 K L Sailer Sr Danville SI W Rand Jesse N Embry guardians 5 If5 95 John M Greenway Lexington 340 Ntr e1 Great Invention l On de banks ob de Amazon far far away WbarDr GrttnEitsAullUSt Wowentodlsday Ak picked dose floweN August in olelIrazjJ An rae a Yankee ah tongs to be dar still August Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimnulantsthat has been successful in the entire feet of digestive aparatus In a normal condition and assisting natures of digestion tion and ab- sorptionfor building and rebuilding by AU irregular or unnatural causes which interrupt healthy and per fect natural processes result in intes tinal indigestion catarrhal affections causing appendicitisstoppage of the duct n y Foods nervous headache con stipation and other complaints such as jaundice ell August Flower is natures intended regulator Two sizes 25C 750 All drugg- istsMATRIMONIAL GOODLOESlIACtfELFOBD On Sat nrday March II1Fln this city Mr G so W Goodloe and Miss MaryKeen daughter of theslate Capt Jas T Shackelford ADAIIsKANi2Mr Dillard Adams and Miss Lillie Kane both of the Waco locality were married last Thursday afternoon at the residence of Mr Yap Foster near town the ceremony being performed by Elder AJ Trlbble The Overland Limited to California leaves Union Passenger Station Chi cago 005 p m daily arrives tan Fran cisco the third tlayin time for dinner Route Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line All ticket agents sell via this route Ask them to do so Handsome book descriptive of Call fornia sent for six cents postage F A Miller General Passenger Agent Chicago or W S Howell 381 Broadway New York A True Appetizer and Tonic Miona Will Make You Feel Hungry lind Hearty and Give Strength and Vitality Ask auy lriend who looks thin pale and out of health how many meals be or she eats a day and the chances are that the answer will beInot over two and I dont feel hungry then The plump rosy and robust eat three square meals daily and their perfect health isdue to a strong stomach and digestive system as such it system lakes out of the food all those ele ments that make pure blood and give nourishment and vitality to the body The one appetizer and tonic thai should be taken is Miona the only agent known that will strengthen the stomach and digestive system and put them in suchworking order that they will digest easily and naturally all the food that is entpQ and send you to tbe table positively hungry for the next meal Without a strong stomach digestion will be poor the blood impure and se rioas liver and kidney troubles result causing headaches backaches spots before the eyes dizziness sleeplessness nervousness irrilableness a furred tongue and bad breath allof which can be readily overcome bv the use of Mi ona costing but SOc a box as II goes right to the foundation of perfect health the stomach Scores of leading people in this State including editors ministers bankers and their iamilicn gladly testify to the tonic strengthening nail healthgiving effects of Miona Furthermore B L Middelton one of time most reliable druggists in this section sells Miona moneyIfsuits REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Tim Madison National Bank AT RICHMOND IN TUB STATE OF KKJJTUCKT AT TuB CLOSE Or BUSINESS U1RCII 14th 190- 5RESOURCES 31Overdrafts 0Duo95nnefrOnHtiitoiiaijkSHndBunkcrs 85Checksandothercsh 3010Fractional isLawfulviz Specie H2M1 251 25Eedunptiorurur 5 per cent of circulation 5000 Total S1701M LIABILITIES 00Surplusexpenses and 8iNatlorudlltlUk C7Dueindividual deposits subject to check rJt6J 10 Total J470401 iBiCOCNTYOrilAlllSON theabonlIalliedstatement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief BOOT R BOBVAM Cashier 21tdoW Netle Eennett PubicCoauECrAttestwAthil PENNETT i DirectorsA Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea his cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome I Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly andeco homicallyfieand tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer lake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bake shop or grocery does 1not compare r IIRoyalis thcgretest of hakeday helps u MvM pcwuiu iiswSJ a 1J c C h k ii4i WIP BAXTER Telephone 412 Wail Paper Painting Paper Hanging Will show you a complete line of Wall Paper all the new novelties in modern decorations including Crown Effects Stripes Cloth Hangings Denims Florals Panel and Two Tone Effects Papers are from the factories of Frederick Beck Company TheSyracuse Paper 1Pulp Co the two largest Wall Paper manufactories in the world 11 Samples can be teen at my residence on East Main street or a telephone call will bring them to you Estimates cheerfully made Superior workmanship WALL PAPER COLLEGE HILL Miss Gertrude Grinstead is with her sister Mrs John Grider Verna Let the little daughter of Prof and Mrs 0 F Brooks has recovered from a very severe case of pneumonia Miss Owen Griggs entertained a few young people last Saturday in honor of Miss Sallie Short Miss Mollie Norris is teaching a private school at her home Miss Luria Williams visited in Rich mond last wfek Miss Same Short has returned to her home at Newby Mr and Mrs William S Brock are visiting Mrs Brocks parents Mr and Mrs Elvada Tudor of Newby I We have the pride and the wagon why not buy the Birdsell wagon when jou can get both Suichtf B Shackelford Co White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt IfebSt B II Luzon Bro have the nicest lot ol timothy hay in Madison county Call on them when in need 28detf The American is the only horse high hop proof and bull strong fence that is made Remember wo are at the same old stand Smchtf D B Shackelfoad Co Kidneys Cured Free Anyone suffering with Kidney or bladder trouble can get absolutely free ono full size box of DeBells Kidney Pills These pills are for sale by B L Middnlton and to introduce them the manufacturers will accept thin coupon for full retail price in the purchase of one box Cut out and sand to C W Bejrgi Sons Co Chicago III men When in town looking for a wagon dont fall to see the Birds lt wagon at D B Shackelford Cos Suichtf Eemp Seed for Sale Best cultivated hemp seen for sale at lowest prices Cash or on time- R M West Lancaster Ky Smch2m A Cold in the Head is simply a mUll form of catarrh Use that which cleanses and heals the dis eased membrane Bunsens Catarrh Cure is the remedy It cures catarrh easily and pleasantly contains no mer cury or other injurious drug It is quickly absorbed gives instant relief and opens and cleanses the nasal passages Regular size SOc Ask your druggist B L Middelton for free sample and pamphlet telling about catarrh inch The M B Parrish School of Phou ography Hobson Building Laest in pupilsIfThe best wagon made the Studebaker is for sale by C E Douglas A Co f58t Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are telling vehicles at the pricesRichmond e Works S L Mldkiff Prop YMAIL Orders promptly flllol at store SHOPPING OF ALL KINDS DONE2 Send selfaddressed stamped envelope for particulars References furnished Addrest MrsJRDails12UUncolnAteClncnnaUOV White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt lfebSt A SpIittingBackache Pains in the back and loins are the most common symptons of kidney troubles These pains are mostly overwork overexertion and worriment Men and women alike are subject to these pains hut relief is quickly obtained by using DeBells Kidney Pills Price 25 and 5Cc Ev box warranted For saleby B In mddtiltonmeh Whatis Catarrh Hyomei Cures This Common and Disagreeable Disease Kyomei cures catarrlfby the simple method of breathing It into the air pits sages and lungs It kills time germs of the catarrhal poison heals and soothes the Irritated mucous membrane enters the blood with the oxygen and kills time germs present there effectually driving the disease from the system- If you have any of tha following symptoms catarrhal germ are at work somewhere mthe mucous membrane ot the nose throat bronchial tubes or tissues of tho lungs pain acros eyes in the hacK of the head tendency to take cold horning pain in the throat hawking to clear the throat rain In the chest a cough stitch in nlde losing of fthvariable appetite low e raising of frothv m1l cool expectorating yellow dldlculll breathing frequent sneetiig- huskiness of voice discharge from nose stoppage of the nose at BI jht aching of the body dropping In throat month while bleeping tickling back of the palate formation of crusts In tbe dryneroo of the throat In the morning loss ot strength spasms of coughing short and hack- Ing cough worse Bights andnomlig loss irivHa force a fealtugof tlgotaess scram the upper part of tlvo body HyctHel will cure the dijewe destroy activity of alt jterm life in jbe reeplratoi rv DTRRnB emiriead pscifry theblood with additional eaweaiii after a few days nee of thtet eMsB ntih majority will bay teureWillicomplete lat when II10JneiM need Jrma tra Utemnt but B L Mi ewfMMj sills It tUtc t w- rIrnoiitKi 1i 0I 1i J Womens Kidneys Women are more often afflicted with kidney disorders than men but attribute the symptoms to diseases peculiar to their sex while in reality the kid neys are deranged Nervousness headache puffy or dark circles under the eyes pain in the back are signs of kidney trouble that must not be ig nored or a serious malady will result Foley Kidney Cure lisa restored the health to thousands of weak nervous broken down women It stops irregu laritleH dud strengthens the urinary organs It purifies the blood and benefits the whole system For sale by R C Stockton 1m The majestic Electric Olympic arid Monitor Ranges are all the best that money can buy We buy them in car load lots and can save you money if you are in need of a stove of any kinl C E Douglas A Co feb58t Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop Ail Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this line We will save you moneyNew Carriage WorksS Newby Ky Wm Buckley Calvin Taylor weD Buckley Coi You will find us near McKees corner with a complete line of Hardware Stoves and TinwareI Tin and galvanized work done on short notice Get our prices before buying a pump Prices guaranteed on all goods W D Buckley Co- QMMI1Q NBR A- tCWJenkinsc PM against 0 A Dennv c Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale ot the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February Term thereof 10io in the above style cause the un dersigned will o- nSathrday7 April J 05i between tie hours ot 10 oclwk a m and 12 oclock in on time promises in Madison county Ky proceed to ex pone to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Parcel of Land located on the waters of Tates Creek in Madison county Ky1 containing about 38 acres more or less and bound byBiwhimmthe east by Morgan Taylor on the south by Rice Kelly and Tan Berry man and on the west by Mrs Berry manTERMSSale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security fur the pavment of time purchase money to have force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal in terest from day of sale with a Lien re sorvttd upon said property until all the purchase monny S H THOliPE M M C P ommiuioMr hh Arthur Warrens Admr Ac Plf against Arthur Warrens Creditors Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Courj rendered at the February term thereof 1905 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Mpnday April 3 05 between the hours ot 10 oclock a rr and 11 oclock amt at time Court House door in Madison county Kentucky being County Conrt Day proceed to expose to Public Sale to the htehestand best bidder the following described property viz A certain lot or parcdof land 1with1situatedsutmrba of the village and hounded on the west and north by the Richmond and Lancaster Turnpike on the east by the road leading from the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike and New Hope church and on tin south by the New HopI church lot containing 1 acre acre more or less lip lug house and lot owned by Arthur Warren at fife death Said sale is made for distribution and payment of debts agalnet Arth r WarrenlecefJsed TERMS Sale wJ1lbemadeol a credit ol i x months The purehSeer will be required to give bondwit7apIproved MCKriiy for the dIetfeerMtftolli tbe cUy ol ewltha In tsserv tMt prof rty until all tU pwrispaldi UQCMe- C r c c 0 Owen McKeeLeader in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions OWEN McKEE F Weve Hired Uncle flSamAsSKU our goods and an investment through him with us is better than a Govern offeringk7Spring d and SuitsatP 1 0 15 I They are black Thibets for dress wear aud fancy Cassimeres and i Worsteds in light medium and l for business wear Thtyrr are GUARANTEED AUWOOI and f made in thoroughly uptodate styles What we ask you to do is to write and ask for samples and measure blanks saying you saw Tills ad in THIS Ours is the largest and oldest house in our t line in the South We OWN our building and have done business on the SAME SPOT over FORTY YEAR- SWeaeI1CrarIIlXGIIATSand FURNISH INGS for morn and boys SHOHS for every body We PAY EXPRESS on J worth and send all goods SUBJECT TO APPROVAL Style for all lines free on request let Us bear train y- ouLEVYSThird und Mar- KetLOUISVILLE We are still agents for the old and reliable Oliver 5 Chilled Ploww- hich 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 genuineOliver for lessmoney from ust We are also headquarters fo- rPlows Collars Trace ChainstrBack Bands Double and Sin gle Trees Tornado Tiger and Hamilton Disc Harrows Deering 60tootH Harrowsi- n fact everthing the farmer needs Give us a call t D B1 Shflckelford Co s S O OO S SS I0 HAVE YOU TRIED OUR Moqnlain Ash join Coal II not you are missing one of lifes luxuries The Mountain Ash Jellico Coal is free from impurities Sand because of its superior burning qualities is the most satisfactory Jellico Coal produces tor either Grates Stove or FurnaceT- ry Try it anti we guarantee that all your worry over bad dirty coal will cea- seBeattyville Coal Co- D R Freeman Mgr Tel J84 Yards Aspen ave e 0 Picture Frames Until further notice we will offer great reduc tions in all kins of Picture Frames Below are quoted prices One opening frame lOc Two 41 41J5c ThreeII 29c Fouru II39c FiveIf II49c Frames 69x20 69ctoi We also desire to call attention to the fact that we have in stock complete line o- fCurtain Stretchers Window Shade Hangers lOc each Flexible Metallic Curtain Rods lOc each Galvenized Watering Pots for chickens 40c We have bargains in hundreds ofother articles too numerous too mention The Racket Store Suit Bratton Prop Main Street Richmond Ky G a i ji 1i J 0 i tD y a n ai a qe n tl v l io ttoalr An Opportunity untilFebruaryin our V eelour10 to 1 5 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone sRICHMONDI PHONE 232 I Peebles Sweet Hickory i Coffee Frasa Bros SOLE AGENTS MAIN BTUEET PHONE 164 f 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JIAR92 1905 Easter Sunday will fall on April 23rd Remember the Rummage Sale today in the Bright building on Main street r Work on Mr Arthur Todds new i house on Olyndon avenue is progress Ins nicely ljWomen love a clear healthy corn Burdocki t E Douglas Co have jnst re ceived a car load of wagons Prices cheap as anybodys feb58t A wheelmans tool bag isnt com plete without a bottle of Dr Thomas Electric Oil Heals cuts bruiser stings sprains Monarch over pain Why buy an oil brand wagon when you can buy a Rirdsell wagon for the same money at D B Shackelford l Oos Smchtf Remember the Court day dinner to be given by the ladies of the P A C Infirmary on April Court day A good dinner for 2oc Every family should have its house hold medicine chest and tho first bot tie in it should be Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup natures remedy for coughs and colds If you are in the market for fern mu do not pass Shackelford Cos store as they have the price and the fence Smchtf The Birdsell wagon was awarded the grand prize at St Louis cones quently when you buy a Birdsell von know what you are buying Let D B Shackelford Co show you what a i good wagon looks like flmchtf Who sells the American Steel I FPIICC It can be found at D B Slmckelford Coa and the price IP lower than ever Smchtf t We desire to call the attention of our rpaileH to the advertisement of W r D Buckley A Company as it appears In this issue This is comparatively new hardware firm here although both f members are veterans in this line of business Their stock Is new and com plete and anyone who intends to pur chase anything in this line will do well to call on them In rendincr the CLIMAX yon cant fail tf we the advertisement of thf Nwy Carriage Works Newbv is ore of the thriving little villagesin out C nty and this advertisement will tell v u that such things as are uenalh f niid in a firstclass carriage shop can he round there Read and see what they have to say Death Rate in New York and Chicago fluting November and December 10 cl oneGfth of the deaths in New Yrk and Chicago were from pneumo iota Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strength en he lungs and prevents pneumonia so do not take chances on acoid wear inn away when Foleys Honey and I Tar will cure you quickly and pre venR serious TI silts For sale by R Stockton j IOT J BIRTHS WAGlUlsMrand Mrs Chap Vat err l of station Camp are the proud vouni patents of a handsome daughter born on the 12th inst and christened Ada Joe Mrs Wagers was formerly Misr Wilie Joe Hamilton of Irvine and wPl known here emsSEASONALE SUGGESTIONS Acme Cement Wall Plaster standard of the WORLD Just as cheap an Inferior kindsMore sold than Any halfdozen brands combined SPECIFY it in your CON TRACTS and will be EVERLASTING TCe have just received fresh Car of Lime White Northern Seed Oats Hay Shiijstuff Crushed Corn Wittetcat L k tij depotXPhoiK f42 t l 1rop Itcbfnessof th skin horrible plague Most everybody a hoed in one way or another Only one safe never failing pure Dpans Ointment At any drug store50c rise thickens Airs K P Keiitnn Union Citv Ky 1lioiie 1512 livs a fl ck of of very flue Barred Plymouth Bock Parties in need of eggs for hatching will do well to write for rirmlor regarding same Barn Earned The largo barn belonging to Mr Jas Evans near BrapEfieliUwas burned to the ground laat Thursday togpther will its contents which included a lot 01c hay corn etc also a fine Jack anda mule The loss is estimated at 2500 with no insurance The origin of the lire is unknown Letter From Good Old Kentucky BomttOnr old friend Mr D PArmer who is now a resident of Richmond Indi ana sendsns one dollar for the CLUUXI or as he terms fteekly letter from good old Kentucky home Mr Armer in partnership with D B Carter is running a firstclass restaurant Mr Carter married Miss Ellen Mershon ol this city and their success In their new new home is noted with pleasure by their many old friends here Painful Injury Captain Henry Lammers the popular conductor on tho L N day trains between here and points southmet with a very serious and painful acci dent last Sunday While splitting kindling a piece flew up andstruck him in the eye causing a very seriou injury arid one whim will keep him from work several days The wound will not necessarily cause him to lose his sight His many friends wish him a speedy recovery Sotiern and Marlove The engagement of EH Sothern and Julia Marlowo at the opera house LM ington Wednesday March 29 will bt the great dramatic event of the entire season These two distinguished stars will be supported by a most excellent company of one hundred people and come under the management of Chas Frohman They will be seen in a man aificeut revival ofUomep and Juliet Prices fifty ceuts to three dollars Orders for seats if accompanied by reo mittauces will receive attention RevIved The Prandennial Club which in time past has been such a source of pleasure to its members both in point of reason md feasting vias revived on last Tuesday night when a meeting was held with Mr M C Kellogg at his home on the Summitt The topic discussed was Railroad Rate Legislation The fol lowing officers were elected for the ensuing year W S Moberley Chair man M C Kellogg ViceChairman O E Woods Secretary and G W Gates Assistant Secretary fret Your Tattle Ready The beautiful springlike weather of the past tow weeks haa put fishing idea into the heads of lovers of the sport Hie WaferLight Company announce that Lake Reba isin fine condition find the supply of fish is plentiful and in no way was it damaged by the long continued drouth of last fall This is a favorite resort during the spring and Summer months and already different ones are ricging up their tackle and getting things in readiness for catch fog these most palatable brini tjie onncipal inhabitants of Lake Reba although other varieties of the 1U1 family are to bE found there Art iub Notes The last meeting of the Art Club was particularly interesting because the papers were on American painting and painters It is unfortunate that erv little lias been written en this subject acid material for the papers was obtained with no little trouble on the part of tl1ose tho gave them Mrs Middletons brief history of American Painting was comprehensive and presented the facts in such a pleas ing way that it was enjoyed by all Miss Emma DeJarnette read a very instructive paper on the Society of American Artists Miss DeJarnettee description of some of the paintings- was vivid and very delightful Miss Fairburst gave a brief talk on the VSoilety M the Ten American What she said was new and lnterestincfo the other members and was told so charmingly that her lis teners will not soon forget It The last thiugon the program wa three five minute papers on Three Epoch Makers Miss Hitfeins wrote nn excellent paper about Whistler and enlivened i with several funny episodes of his life Miss Marguerite atysrs deserves much praire for her splendid treatment ofBargent MIss Jane D Stockton pleased every ono with her well selected articles on Chase andhis mummer school In the Shinnecock Hills At the close of tha meeting tbEl President Mrs RueScH congratulated eothecue hd failed Jto psrform IbV work s i lLear- u u Lij jv 1bySteel Fencing Smchtf Name Changrj With tho expiration on Monday of ire charter of the Farmers National Bank that institution became the Citi zens National Bank This is merely a reorganization and continuation of stmeonly a newnaine assumed Theof1 finials are James Bennett PfesTderit S S Parkps Cashier T J Smith Jr W Neale Cennntt and Dr CD PjUtie Injures In a Wreck Fireman Tom King had his leghadly fractured and sustained other painful injuries in a wreck which occurred Sunday In tunnel Jfo 17 between Brush Creek and Livingston There being no hospital at the above named place the wounded man was brought m the Pattie A Clay Infirmary where he is receiving the best attention and is eetfng as comfortably as possible Exciting Close Policeman James Potts hind an ex citing chase after a gentleman of rotor by the name of Thomas Lisle on last Sunday eight near the midnight hour The trouble came up over the tealingof a pocket book belonging to Fannie Chambers a dusky resident of Chicago Seeing Policeman Putts on iis trail Lisle took to his heels and it was only after being fired at twice that ie was brought to bay The pocket nook which contained 5 Was not recovered Lisle was placed In jail to wait his trial for once Jodee Elsewhere in this issue will be found he announcement of Mr Jennings J Greenleaf for Judge of the Police ourt Although young Mr Green leaf in ablvfltted for tho office ho seeks He is a graduate of Central Univer 5ty and of the law department of the University of Virginia He is a son of IrT E fireenleaf of the Richmond National Bankand has lived here all his life and is well and favorably mown He seeks the support of hip riends and fellowdemocrats and If sue cessful he will no doubt mikes good man for the place lie seeks a A Umplimnt to Mr Ballard In ppeaking of the different offices at rhf disposal of the new Collector ol fri ernal Revenue the Danville News has speaks of a former Richrfond man The best position of course is that of chief deputy This pays S2000 a vear and is held by Bland Ballard of Uadison county Ballard has been In the service for years under Democratic and Republican administrations and has come to be regarded as an almost Indi psnsable piece of office furniture- It is not unlikely that Ballard wilt be retained H he wants to remain in the ervice as be can inn the office and Believe the Collector of all annoyance jther than drawing his stipend At Last Tho Hargises of Brenthitt county lire at last safe behind the bars iii the Lexington jail With them is Sheriff Callahan It required a great deal ot diplomacy on the part of the officers to get them there und now thatjluiy have gait them we and all Jawabiding libertyloving Kentuckians sincerey and trust hat they may havt1I1 thtyspay f innpqent they should be restored to lieu homes and friends ThecrlnMjsj are black littdanderV not in keeping with the latf apjdIngj seaticieuls of the Kentacky people The Conditions prevailing In IB are fi disgrace to the vrho e State aiidjtitfhigh time that the cOXlj takea hand mornInstilllyeyxu se t yoa a raiiijtj for ht anyoB uM will ai3kyon for a toamoi cMtWI w Co S Datml5Cl b161 JiIdf t 4 urNeN Spring flat Time to lay asicL that fadedwinter Hlidtt and get under one of our new spring styles Here youll find a splendid display of all the newest llki ksttof fashion straight from New stylewthingtYoumans Roelofs Pioneer Hedden Stetson and others Easytogetlthehat you want at the price you want to pay quality guaranteed in every one xi y 1 125 L50 2t 250 3t 350 4and 5 c n QOvin ton and Banks = OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOVS DEATH KlDDDr Stoner Kidd one of iDebestcr best known young men and a promising physician died last Sunday in Arizona where he had gone in search of hi alth His ro mains wore brought home for inter ment PADBX News has reached bare of the deathof Mrs Minerva Paden which ocournd recently ih California Mr anti Mrs Paden were natives of this county but left hcie for Califor nia about thirty years ago Deceased who was 76 years old was a daughter of Mr Hamilton Norris and a sister to Mrs P F Adams Sr WAGERS Mrs Rose W Wagers the beloved wife of Mr Boyd P Wagers passed into her eternal rest Saturdayafter an illness dating back manymonths Deceased who was before raarringe Miss Rose Willough by was forty years old and was one oh the lowliest and most lovable wo men we have ever known She was a devoted member of the Christian church and her beautiful Christian character was exhibited all during her illness and suffering whichshe bore with courage and submission In the home where she was known best and loved the most will she be most missed She was an affection ate wife and devoted mother To her I friends she wai ever ready to lend a helping hand It might well be said to know her war to love her Beside her husband there are seven children to mourn her loss Funeral services services were conducted Sunday afternoon by Rev Hugh McLellan assis ted by Rev G W Shepherd after whice her remains followed bys long procession of sorrowing relatives and friends were taken to the Rich mond cemetery for interment The deepest sympathy goes out to the grief stricken family in this their irreparable loss FitExcn Every heart pulsates with grief over the untimely death of Mrs Laura Luxon French the beloved young wife of Mr R L French After over three months of intensest suffering she fell asleep yesterday morning at nine oclock surrounded by those nearest and dearest t6 ber felt asleep as peacefully as do S a tired child on its mothers arm The awful tragedy that finally resulted in her death will be recalled by all It was before Christmas that she was so se verely burned by her clothes catch Lug tire from the grate From that horrible shock she never recovered although the hopes of family and friends were built up from time to time Everything In human power was done to Jiave tier me so and fresh and in the very bloom bi young vrlfehdodriwt no avail She made a bravo lightfor life but finally succumbed to the great enemy death Mrs French wquloMiave been twenty five years oldln4nnQ had she lived She was a d member of the Christian churchin which froth early chIldhoodshe was reared She was a daughter of the IateWE Luxon and a grand daughter of Capt P P Balahf Besides her heart broken young husband whose grief h almost greater thou he can bear a widowed mother mourns the Job fa dutiful and devoted daughter as dc also two brothers and a sjsterwho survive namely Messrs B IL W E Luxon Jr and Mrs C C Wal lace The funeral services will be conducted 8 ht the Luxon flows on Lila a t pike zkis afuerroati- at 2 peloeitt tleal sr bwtid rid ielam0e4rT pJ aol 7G Ft on The University lauyIfriends to know that Mr 6 Od ham is a candidate for the city council from the University precinct His announcement will be found in tht proper place in this issue Mr Old ham is recognized as one of our most reliable business men steady conscieur tious and upright lie solicits the sup port of his friends in his race and if elected will till the tflice with fidelity At Rest Beneath Her Native Sol It was a sad cortege that followed tcf our cemetery last Friday the remains ol Mrs William TTevIs whose casket arrived on the noon train fromJ Muskogee Indian Territory and was borne directly to the family lot fol lowed by mourning relatives and friends The bereaved husband accompanied the corpse and was met at the depot by scores of those whom he had a perfect right to expect would greet him tenderly and mingle their tears of grief with Lis own over this great loss The procession was a com forting evidence of the love of those true friends who though lately separated from him by hundreds of milts still clung to the aFsormlions of other vears Col Tents received the maui festations of sympathy with becoming racy for the trial wassufllclent toI test a stronger nature and few went away without mentally wishing that he might again take up his abode In The Old Kentucky Home biiice the devoted wife und mother was now no more and the land of his adoption could hardly have the shine charm for him But he answered these appeals of friends with the statement that he was settled in his new home and liu little araily was surrounded by the most mdern advantages and were satisfied md that he did not now contemplate a cuauge Mrs Tevis was Miss Belle Root of Breckinridge county Ky and is sur vived by lour interesting children Miss Myra Masters Buell and Stone and little Miss Elizabeth all 01 whom are at Muskogee at present with rela tives Mrs leis was a universal fa vorite here her culture refinement and purity of life attaching all hearts to her So great was the grief in one instance that a lady companion and friend could not be persuaded to witness the interment of one whom she last saw in the full bloom or health and loveliness preferring to remember her always as her ideal of Gods livfo creatures than as cold and unrespon sive clay When sincere mourning takes on this farm of unobtrusive de monstration one may obtain a true es timate of the real hold such u life has upon the lives of others Mrs Tevis was forty jones of ape the daughter of James G Root ado scendant of General Grant whose fathers cognomen was alsoJesse This relationship wits ecknovledged by Mrs Sartoris General Grants dacpK ter who twice called upon Mrs Tevib while the latter was on a visit to New York Mrs Tevis was of Revolution dry ancestry her maternal great grandfather Capt Nathan Baxter was a soldier of 70 Her paternal greatgrandfather Judge Jesse Hoot delivered the address of welcome to President Washington upon his first visit to New England after his inaugu ration Deceased leaves two sister Mrs M R Dent of Chickasha I T and Mrs Etta Daniels of New Orheanr and a brother Mr A 11 Root of TCIuckasha Iii The passing ol this fair creature from time to eternity lest tc agreat void in our hearts Bhejiveu and moved among us womsaoloved respected and accorded a place quite her own in aft our hearts Mn her example be emulated by allwh wonld Live for tlioso who love M Whose hearty ewe pwruJtrees who hoes iidwthtii- eJutfthe goad bM IttnW a C t 0 IDoable Weddiag occurred last Widnisday at home of Uev Hugh McLellan when that clergyman per fonuf the ceremony that united the lives of 5Ir Joe M Wager and l1i s MinnieJL ng and Mr Conrad Long and Miss Emma Todd The Climax wishes the happy couples much prosperity All Over Now The Japanese auction which has hero in pro rciis here for too past few wtrks closed Saturday night a1111C Jltsrs Morilu and Kujima have testi or other places They sold many hllnj dred dollars worth of goods while here and the auction was a pleasant pastime those who nr femlpil OlCD ScssontAs we jro to press the Daughters of Rehekah are entertaining the members of the 1 00 F lodge with an elegant dinner and a delightful musical and elocutionary program It is needless to say that this aflair is par excellence in every d tail for the past entertain ments given by the Daughters have alfnays been of the highest order Dr 0 trreens New Puzzle Dr G CJ Green of Woodbury New Jersey will mall fora 2c stamp simply for postage one of his great novelties a wooden box with glass topiontaninc six little colored balls It necessitates remarkable quickness of the eye and hand to muster it hut it is possible with practice Send for ono and men tion TIrE CLIMAX Back to the Home of His 1 armors Mr Woods Cravens who is interested In the Ice plant is really a native of this county although he was raised in the West He is a grandson of Mr George Hnlew deceased his mother having been Miss Lizzie Hallaw befoie her marriage Mr Craven and his wife have recently come here from Rilgemont S D and have taken rooms at the St Charles hotel And now he has come back to till home of his ancestors to reside anti allWho know his people will eiveNiiim a nearly welcomo In Rtmoiiam In memory of liltlu Hubert Gibson son of Mr and Mrj W S HcGuire who died March 7 1905 We miss Thee from thy place Ashadow oer our our life is cast Onr home Is dark without Thee TIs hard to break the tender cord Where love has bound Thy heart lrPie hard to openk the word We must on earth part But Thy memory will be clmrished Till we see Thy iieaveiily tare Now our hopes pow brighter As we near the lihinlng shore For we know aciws the nvjr Walls our darling Baby gone before Call not back the departed And when we Inive this world of care We shall find our mlHsingJJfcrling In our Fathers heavenly care AUNT Back Fran Florida Mr and MrsT J Curtis rcacljeCi home lust Thursday from Florida where they hava spent several months During that time fjhey were on the East Coast principally and they give lowing accounts oi the plcksaat times they had At New Smyrna tUy visit aid Major Aniberiirombie aiiS wile who are pleasantly remembered here having spent tile Biimmer at Klrksville two years ago Mf and Mrst Curtis Iso spent several las with Jlr and lisT B Arnold at Deland JAinonp ntlipr places they yieited HroBt An tin ati ue Dayloiifl inland Town anti Miami Mr Jurtls Informs nth that he enjoy id the ng tm lueuaelyand feels 1uite proud pf liav jug caught three jijf b ssoulof this ocean ha the lan f bf 1bmtMroa a the Old Keatttcitrf foils ft goes without saynit ti tier red ha fr weleOna st be hau the waxy friwtdB q Spring Styles Spring is here and the time for general djcorntinjj Nothing helps the appearance of a room more than fresh paper and a new coat of paint or varnish lusts what we wniit Ill tIll you about stock is complete We have new ideas salons In all the world you cant better or more beau- tifulPAPER than w e are carrying tills season Then 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 We want you to come and see us investi gate our line and we will promise you that we have the the goo Js and the proper styles We also handle nit kinds Window Shades and fixtures Pictures Oils Varnishes Paints etc Give us a call tie 111 WiIIging West Main Street RICHMOND KY We want a picture of your borne to appear in our Book History of Richmond and Madison comity 1 e Old Shoes Rice a Gas Ranged fisurea happy life A Begin Right Cook with Gas Jt Richmondpp Water and Light Company 5 4 cycy cycy gti r IT NOTfiTO IWe have themall the new things in 1 1 c Spring Shoes j i I and Oxfordsi- n i I button and lace black and tan high mediumf and low heels broad medium andnarrow a widths Styles and prices to please all If tl1 you would not regret it dont buy until you see our line Our stock is larger this season II tbefore11than ever WE eJlA PLEASE YOU ite RICE ADD ARNOLD tL tlTHE ONE PRICE HOUSE Main Street Richmond Ky J iiEvoy housewife every cook knows that God GZakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE rTHE 4 Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY 7Iffi m m ffimi- tL 7 VP i 4 White anNGibmv i ffi THATS ALL e tE I I E E ffi7l7I I ffi7F 7 IrDiamonds c Watches Clocks f Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry tand Precious Stones V of very description tThese are some of the Vto be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If yur watch or clod1 refuse to go tale them to Lane he c will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it tot Lanes hell fix that If you want anything can be found in aiiret thatIJewelry ebtablishmnt to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles L E Lane c Jeweler and Optician tC OLD JOE WIIISKY Handmade Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur pose You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade T 1Q vear old in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5u I jugs25C 5I bottles 3 New Whisky SlSO per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY FropIPdJofl Distillery McBraj er Jnovlyr Anderson county Ky r SOLD BYIf M F Enright T First Street i Wire Fence LAMBJ purchaBe the best wire fence will call onbr address h J D LONG iayll llyr Richmond Ky IN ORDER Jdvejli FENCE 1flilxtyDays as follows t lorir toot fence eleven wires I N7wirert at 46 cents per rpd 4 X Five toot fence 12 wi ref heavy t Htayat 65 cents period 4t Jlitee prIcPM have neviir been mode in hlscountybcfore ii jr COYK- IRKSVIILEI KY c JI 1- iTLUOR Announcements Fort MAYOR ARENCimond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY- We lire authorized to announce R E subJectWe lire authorized to announce THOS H subjectFOR POLICE NUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge H C Judgeofocratic partyFOR CHIEF OF POLICE HATLMAK oftheCLAUDDEVOREPolice of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party lIARDIN ofIMCREEKMORK theDemocratic PVILSON ofthllFOR COUNCILMAN COLEMANNEFFthe West End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party RICIIAnDJ actionWe are authorized to announce JOHN A fromtheof the Democratic party WALANQFORDthe University precinct subject to the action of ho Democratic party LollRLSH actionUOBERTGOLDENthe University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce AD MIL ofroltylion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr T T ofCltlthe nctlon of the Democratic party AMYERSEast End Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party ALBERTOENTRY theDemocraticJENNINGSMAUPIN theDemocraticFOR JAILER OSREAltERRepublicanparty FOR MAGISTRATE DDYKEzIqcthanFOR CONHTABLE We nre authorized to announce Mr L M ConstaIleDemocratic partyIMaster Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Arthur Warrens Admr etc Plfl Kiiirt Arthur Warrens Creditors bIt All pf reons having claims against the estate of Arthur Warren deed are hereby notified to file same legally verified with the undersignrd at his office in Richmond Ky on or before willhebarrOfI15m4t MO M CC Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Rice Cousins eta Puff against 4 Susan Leavell etc Dft All persons haying claims against DIfheretoyverified with the undersigned at his office in Richmond KV on or before he 2Cth day of April 1905 or same will be barred S H THORPE 15ttir4t MCMCC j ItElSTTENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INOPO1AT3D dIance lines and telephones of- fL1lsCol11piinyenabJe you to talk aimoist anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern JIIlsslHlpplaridand satisfactory communication with the CuntryWaM ECl ipm cty an faolliUM unnur puMsJ t 11oJc j bIIIiIj 0 i z T tIftLLIlf1f ICHMOXD lice B theBunsamruliai wit dee U rmern National Bank Ma T j A scrtwazVt f ATTOBNKYAtIiAVr RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street Jo fc JD M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND 5COUNSELLoRS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug store ty Y1fYJeldlng Sorts Largest m Mammoth Red Gob White Dent The Uizest yielding and most satisfactory oiTc white Corn offered GOLDEN KINGT- he best early large yellow Full clocks of other superior torts Write for list and prices i ci iive your Crops BLUE BO SEEDS Are always the tft Kunonkal to use SEllit WHS 104 Largest stocks of Veeetableand Flower Se d AUalfc Rape Gras and Clover Steds Scc Potatoes Cow Peas Soy Beans Millet Sor ghum eu- DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmea LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY T r The Colonels Waterloo honeyGrovefrom Liver and Kidney trouble In a nearlyJeadI tried my family doctor he did me no good so I got a 50c bottle ot your great Electrl Bitters which cured me I consider thmn the best medicine on earthand thank God who gave jon the knowledge to make them Sold DyspepsiaBiliousness bottle Itn ARB Y U INTBRB TBD IL THB Condition of Y- ourTeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25c Teeth Filled 60c With Gold 1 Solid Gold Tfeth Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are Justis teeth Ind they arc the best no matter what you pay for having the plates made Plates marie on Rubber or Celnloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky MKsSiiyc Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost LeastWear Best Salesman E C BOGUS aaa EXPRESSIVE NAME FOR INDIGESTION B L Middelton Has Simple Remedy That is Guaranteed to Cure the Trouble No one word better expresses the condition of the sufferer from weak stomach or indigestion than misery The stomach is weak and cannot di gest the food EO that there is no appe tite there are pains in the bowels the head and back ache and the misery goes to every organ Strengthen the stomach and the dK cestive 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 helpingdigeststrengthen the stomach and that or gan gets weaker and weaker all the timeB L Middelton the reliable druggist has so much confidence in this remarkable remedy that he guarantees a cure or the money will be refunded Askitoevery box- MiQnajiin tablet form and bp takelfifore each meal shouh1I remedies for stomach troubles digestion are taken alter the meal inIdecompose the good food you eat Miona used before eatingstrengthens the stomach so ithes and heals all irritation and Inflammation enriches the blood and putt the stomach in such a healthy condition that it will taTce care of the food itself and there will be no pain and suffering Telephone B H Tuxon and Bro ror economy and smokeless coal for urnaces and airtight bcaters28drf KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THK LUNGS I KingsNew FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OtDS I1Sk Il1DW n 0 e FbRSfiBY f T EMA ESTATE AIEKCK Harvodibug Ky 310 acres on pike 4 miles from Hay rodsburg farm hrlclcilouse8barns tobacco 102 acres on pike 2 miles from lIar rodBburp nice ciittage barns etc grOws tobacco eta at 60 an acre- 61 acres 1 mile pf pike 4 miles Har rodsburg cottage barn good land 1900 100 acres on Ii miles Harrods burr orchard cottagemQStly in grass at 60 an acre 257 acres on pike near Salvisa goodland130 acres in Salvisa on pike nice house barns good land at 55 156 acres on pike 1 mile Harrods burp 7 room house large barn wood land good farm at 60 an acre 130 acres 3 wiles Harrodsburg on pike handsome residence good land 75 acresCountj road 3 mllc Har rodsburg good house barn woodland at 50 pikehaorsomebullring grows tobacco etc a nice farm 8000 52 acres 4 miles HarrodsTinrg close to pike good land cottage barn 3000 160 acres mile Harrodsburg on pike new and handsome dwelling large barn cistern stock well creek tine land at 8750 103 acres on pike 4 miles Harrods goodland156 acres 5 miles Harrodsburg on pike dwelling 2 barns grows tobac co etc orchard 5000 166 acres on pike 6 miles Harrods burg near railway station mostly in grass 6 roam nc2 barns a nice farm and cheap at 42 40 acres on Kettucky river near Oregon Mercer county nice house barns some bottom landa good farm 2000 171 acres on pike 8 miles Harrods burg 2 miles railway station i ew 2 story 7 room house large barn fruit nice farm mostly in grass 5130 200 acres fino land on pike 8 miles Harrodsburg 5e room house walnut woodland will grow anything price 65 and a bargain 540 acres on pike near Boyle line 5 miles Harrodsburg fine dwelling 5 barns 200 acres now in wheat is a beauty price 486 an acre 251 acres on pike 5 miles Harrotls burg new residence and barn line to bacco land at 70 an acre 215 acres on pike 6 miles Harrods burg 7 room house good landworth the money at price 35 an acre 170 acres on county road 2 miles east of BurginVS room house barn good land price tlO ah acre 264 acres at limits of Harrodsburg no bouse but two barns good farm grows tobacco cheap at price 50 an acre 74 acres good grass land farm will grow tobacco 8 room house 2 barns worth money 50 an acre 165 acres on pike near Salvisa 4 room house tohae co land lays well large barn at 45 an acre 155 acres on pike 3 miles from liar veryfair167 acres in 14 mile of pike 7 miles Harrodsbuiy 6 room house 2 barns etc good land at 3250 an acre 200 acres in Warren county ICy 6 miles Bowling Green on pike nice Dwelling barn orchard grows tobacco wheat etc 4500 Ex for farm 807 acres Spencer county Ky on pike near Normandy Station 8 room house 2 hasps orchard grows to bacco etc at 50 an acre Ex for farm 500 acres Ii miles Lebanon Ky 100 acres in cultivation grows tobacco corn etc 400 acres in timber small house barn etc 2000 148 acres Hourbon county Ky 300 yards pf pike 3 miles Little Rock 5 room house tobacco barn tobacco and hemp land price 70 an acre 340 acre Garrard county on Ken tucky liver nice residence barn fruit fine hemp wheat corn and tobacco landa bargain at price 3h an acre 427 acres Maricn county Ky 6 miles Lebanon near railway station to growsbaccoand barn 1800 47 acres in Madison county KyatBadwin 35 acres in cultivation tine dwelling tine tobacco hemp land at 85 an acre- 900acre plantation in 44 miles of Memphis Tenn in 3 miles railway town 160 acres in cultivation b ance in cypress gum oak and hick ory timber 5 room dwelling seveial smaller houses scales ofilce shop pasturecorn cotton etc 15000 Will ex propertyHotel and Sanitarium In Hamilton 111 opposite Kebkuk 70 to 85 rooms tine mineral well large patronage convenient to electric cars 15000 Will exfor a Kentucky farm or other property 190 acres in Alachua Fla no im provements fine orange and fruit magnoliatimbtEx for equal value a TOUR OF ALL MEXICO Tour of all Mexico in Jaunaty and February under escort of Bean Campbell General Manager Araerican Tour sloopinltlars of itinerary address- A A Gallagher D PA 419 WalnntSt Cincinnati Ohio CUBES STOMACH17 L wP v TTHE body gets its lifo from fo xl digested digestion means pure blood fur the body but stomach sinupset the entire system Itnprop eriy masticated food sours on the distressingpains inthedyspepsiaclaiIn Thoiifords BlackDraught cures iyspet1sia the Btomaclt and bowels of congested matter and gives the stomach quicklyimigoiiited results in a good appetitr vith the power to thor food Touianbaildupyonrstom and natural Bbc1cDraugthday jze from iealcr for hedoesizotkecpitsen4th ChttbuoogaTenna e4ircu FlQASIBt j illl 0 0 i WHEN BABY IS COMINGUSE MothersFriend Vornaus greatest dream of beauty and is when nature has her to become a mother Every faculty is keenly alert as she ambition success and the lifelong satisfaction com lug nearer day by day in the dear and innocent being so soon to see light and the uncertainty whether she shall see a sweet girl or a brave boy face beside hex on the pillow adds zest to her expectancy externallythroughout pain of parturition and no mother and strongclearmutuallyEfluenced great liniment MOTHERS FRIEND Buy of druggists Jroo per bottle Our treatise Motherhood mailed free tILE B81DFIELD REGULATU CO AttMta Ca JACK STAKE IS DEAD iG4 JtKINNET FOUND TO BE NOTORIOUS BAIDEB Death of Old Citizen of Van Buren Mo Beveals a Member of Quan trells Band of TerrorWas Also a Famous dutlaw Van huron Mo There died here re cently an old man known as Tom Mc Kinney He bad lived in the county for 18 years and in the memory ot the peo pie ot that vicinity had passed through the various grades of prosperity from comparative affluence to poverty While he was a giant In stature he was mildmannered d quiet In demeanor avoiding everything which would tend to make him prominent and keeping as far from publicity an possi ble He lived alone cooking his own meals mending his own clothing and only went to the town when his few wants made the Journey imperative When he died his neighbors said Old Tom McKinney isdead and went fen in the earnest busines ot life to forget himYet the man who died bearing the name of Tom McKlnney had been a member of the most daring band which ever rose against the government lie rode with Quantrell in the days when that name was feared all aver the north The deeds of Quantrclls men ore al ready shrouded In the mists that gather about men like Rabin Hood and KrancU Marion The name of the quiet man who died here was Tack Starr a brother of the notorious Belle Starr according to a statement he made to two citizens of Van Buren shortly before he died He came of Virginia stock and was one of the first to take his stand under the blue banner which Quantreil nuns to the winds Through tho long conflict Jack Starr stayed by the side of his chieftain through good and evil and as the ron federacy had no braver band than Quantreils Quantreil had no more dar ing soldier than StarrIBsttle scarred and weary of war when the cause he bad fought for was lost he returned to his home and found that a new order of things had come He told the men who were called to his deathbed that he was forced to leave his home on penalty of death aud that then he joined a band of Irregulars un der the command of Jesse James Inured to bloodshed and plunder by the war he willingly linked his fortune with the Jameses and took part In all their raids up to that of Gads hill The booty secured from the robbery of the Iron Mountain train there was very large and in the division of It Starr and Jesse James quarreled Starr said he would have no more to do with the band and mounted his horse and rode westward Where he went is not known but years afterwards he moved Into Carter county FINDS 40 BILL IN A BOOK lucky Discovery of a United States Note of 1779 by a Mary land Man =Easton MdWhile Marion Chaplain of Kirkham near here was looking through some old books a few days ago he came across a piece of paper between the leaves of an old greatInterestfor 40 of the date of 1779 It ris doubtless some of the first money Is sued by the United States during thn war with England The bill Is three by three and onehalf inches and printed In black ana red on white pa per Jt Is in a perfect state of preser vation not soiled or creased Every plainlyAVlthwords Forty Dollars The bearer Js entitled to receive Forty Spanish milled Dollars or an equal sum la gold or silver according to a resolution of congress of this 14th of January 1779 The signatures are William Coats and Levi DuddOn the reverse side is the cut of a branch of leaves and the name of the printers Hajl and Sell ers 1779 The note la now In the possession ofJ Fletcher Clark of ChaplainGETS HIS BRIQE BY WIRE Young Man Telegraphs Friend to Make Trip and Marry at Same Time He Does London The following brief tele grams were exchanged between two rvoTurklsgrade They tell In dramatic form an amusing love story which has ended In the happiness of tour people 1 JU to BAm getting carried to morrow Wish you were here aBddp lag same t2 nto LSo do I alongGrlLStrtitomorrownli6ttwo WN11nptogetl1er aa41apPQtliwent the lady chosen forJ W frl od He returned wUk kin rf4et Belgrade and expreesej httIf M pwfeetfy sat15a Vety happy lump BwrtorM X r tight Nat9redhMtIeupODtbeoPUClt1Roek JHM WM laoffmbMl Wh a MM ttbgejes bI4 s n s ijo THE HARQlS BROTHERS They Were Placed Behind the Bars In Lexington Lezle Ky March UTb liar gis broths Indicted for complicity in the murder of Jim Cockrlll In Jackson wEre behlad the grated bars of a pris on door I this city Monday night County Jitate James Hargij of Breath lit county an fonner state Senator Alexander Hargis of Winchester ar- rIved in the morning when half the population of Lexington crowded about the station to get a glimpse ot the men and Elbert Hargis the third brother arrived on the C05 train In the evenIng unaccompanied by any officer The Judge and Senator liar gls were taken to jail and in tbe absence of Commonwealths Attorney John Allen bearing on the motion to give ball went over On the arrival of Elbert the three prisoners were taken to one large cell room on the top floor of the jail in especiallyIupon formal levee was held In the cell The Hargises do not appear depressed and express the utmost confidence In the final result AT HER REQUEST Sons Clothes Were Burled in Coffin With Mothers Body Covlngton Ky March 15After lying In a vault for a month the remains of Mrs Bridget Bodkin mother of the late Deputy Sheriff Nick Bod- kIn who was shot to death by Police Officer Brown two years ao In Heg ners saloon opposite the city build ing in Covlngton were buried in St Stephens cemetery back of Newport In the coffin with the body at the re quest of the dead woman were two soiled suits of clothes that had been last worn by her sons One was tho bloody clothing that covered her son Nicks body whenshot by the police man and the other was the clothing last worn by Tom Bodkin who died years ago Tom Bodkin died a natural death LATONIA RACE TRACK It Goes To the Control ofthc Amen can Turf Association Frankfort Ky March 16The Kentucky court of appeals affirmed judgment of the Kenton circuit court in the Latonia race track case of Goo C Perkins against W E Applegate and others and under the decision the track goes into control of the American Turf association Had Perkins won it would have gone to the West era Jockey club The track was sold by Perkins to Applegate and others for 200000 of which 65000 was still due when Perkins took advantage of the contract between the parties to sell 800 shares of the stock which was held as collateral security The ques tlon was as to the legality of the sale which was private when the contract provided it should be public HEAVY DAMAGE Government Buildings at Ford Wreck ed By Flood Winchester Ky March 15About 500 rafts of logs that were tied up at Ford for several days began moving passing through the gap made by the waters around the Madison wing of the dam The river bank has been washed away The government build- Ings were undermined and wrecked The cost of repairing the damages and put the dam in serviceable condition will approximate 200000 Most of the rafts passed safely through- In striking contrast with the devas tion below are the busy scenes at Ford Both the mills there are run ning day and night employing a combined force of over 300 men n J DR LAN1JMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Ma 15 1005 DENTAL SUSGSSY Oatnttt t sot LosottD- R5rlST or LOCISVIIXB ST BuildinglehmBndnoTlTljr vM Blanton DENTIST in Bennett Building IryOfflce TELEPHONE 196 StrayedSA black steer weight about 600 lbs Liberal reward for return of same to E Deatherage Richmond Ky We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies and runs bonts than we now have on display in our show room It will pay you to ex amine them before buying We also tlo repairing end rejoining in best Dan ners at moderate prices The best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works 5 L MidkiffPdoz B I 0 SW Historic and Picturesque Route to NEW YOqK via Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia Stopover privileges onIall Firstclass Tickets 3 Elegant Vestibtifed ins and alt of them daily CoacKeawith hi ItMek Pullnvsn drawing roolBs NIObservation sleepiBR airs- coalpaflys owndiningoarsrvi4e Meals served a la oartM t Se8 ABiL1ywountiilss pra Ferry the Fo4tCs river PaM the Natfekll Capitol IIC a tim of trslna doping a etc asy iidOort ddreH OaIlIf iMecATTGQ c q fr r f Per Sale Property advertised under this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com p1 etc particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky il Nol No No No No8 No No No No No r No No No No No No No frame residence conUln and two balls in Rich Lot 40x150 feet small 1000 leas than near Male street three squares from conrt more desirable location for could not be found will be sold at a bar a good town lot 40x200 lot on good street 40x 1150 and train producing 200 acres Good barn and other ontbnild 4200 containing about 130 acres brn and other Im fine locality PrIce 100 acres well with no other Improve be bought in connection Price 1600 INO34 Ho35 on alex street well Price 1000 each in firstclass condition Price 500 suitable for business be bought cheap 30Atostory cottage and seven acres aiTM In grass and two good orchard and crape necessary ont buildings is situated in n village where churches are convenient Price the nicest residences In containing Hunt rooms In best portion of city feet Price f2503 tOrT residence In rood l Lot 120x130 feet outbuilding Price for any ona desir home One rf the best buildings In Richmond Price 120x160 fret in good neigh Price 700 on a 4acre lot con seven rooms and two situated In best resident city Stable coaT house necessary out build great bargain for anyone a nice home SOJf acres eight city This land it and is Al good farm and tered There is on this small residence and other outbuildings Locality twostory frame dwrt eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and cold water basement under entire honsp rood yard and all necessary onthiilldlnn Best location in Richmond for boarding house Nice twontorr rmldeneQ on one of the principal residence streets of Nice Yard garden and nlCftlary outbuildings Great bargain 111 1500 One tract of mineral land In Lee county on he waters o Kentucky river 4 mile below Beattyrlllp within 90 feet of railroad Bald tract contains 400 acres of land more or less Will sell out right Tease or exchange for luproTed farm land anywhere In the State of Kentucky TM land contains the very best qnalltr f coaT Same vein II the Beattyville coal Has splendid To location for cake ovns foundries etc Will sell at a bargain if die posed of at once For further par Honiara call at this office 1905 The Popular J905 Big 4Operates 2558 miles of Railway Lines in the Central States which have by pxpendjture of large sums of money been brought to the highest grade of perfection and their equipment in chides everything of the best and latest designsThrough Sleeping Car Lines from the commodious Central Union Station in the heart of Cincinnati1 to St Louis Chicago fPeoria Toledo Detroit Cleveland J8uffaloBostonand Trains leave Cincinnati Morning Noon and Niht for the above and many other Cities making direct con nections with all railway and steamer lines through the best terminals For detailed information call at Ticket Office Inctills Building Fourth Vine Cincinnati or address Warren J Lynen Gen Pass Ticket Agt I E Reeves Gen Southern Agt Cincinnati Ohio WiP Brawler Tray Pass Jten- tChaUanoojraTen e ++++CALL AT +JONES MERSIiONS SALOON PARLOR WREN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found- in the city are dispensed by uptoiate and accommodation dentine Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap Phone 3 Second St ol11mi ion r S la John F White c Pif against John Hall Bit Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order otfole of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1905 in the above style cause the un dersigned will o- nSaturdays Mch 2505 between the hours of 10 oclock a mf an r 12 Volock in on the prem ise in Madison county ivy proceed to jocpose tr public sale to the highest antl best bidder the following deecrlb edjprpperty viz lA Certain Tract of Land located on the road running frost By beitown to mouth of Drowning Creek coiitaining about 36 acres being the land pBwhieh John Hall now resides i arid ssBse kad which Kapoieon Jolin sori dtcdpoeeessed and bonneted M rol owL towit OB the north hy lands oc0il1RuBoa the 88Uthwet by- th4 laiidsof Thbmar tfall and Joba ittia dtiunl K the road rt ee with the scanty toad to aorth wester B UB aidlaad Is Mid for 4Mributi- onjsXRSaIe will oe gwde oH a crTdkelwr ad twelve Boat be Th- eherctI S requifedto give bond iHJli approved aowirlty toe the pat IM1ItoUheJJrebMe moa y to Iwye ao of a JiMlRUieot bejirinir i51iUItiit from day otwfe wilha ZNirYOdI nionstd prop wMll M JN pwrfiaae jAoMF I t- J i 5 H THeRPEC f xae IiI J D Arb rif C E Douglas G D Simmons An Announcement to the Public January 1st 05 Arbuckle Simmons were succeeded by C E Douglas Co The firm will be composed of the three above persons who will be pleased to have their friends call and see them at the same old stand r We want to to the thatsao public we now have our i stock complete We have received a car load of genuine t Frost Coiled Spring Steel Wire a car load of the best Wagons madeSThe Studebaker a car load of Olympic Diamond Ranges We wadt to further say that we buy most of our wiro wagons and stoves in car load lots and if you will come t see us we can sell you the best goods for as little or less beleivingComeTinwoik and Guttering and Spouting we make a specialty of Would be pleased tf have you let us do your work or give you an estimate Respectfully yours cIE1 Douglas Co Richmond Ky SPECIAL RATESv- ia f Illinois Central Railroad CALIFORNIA and colonistsdailyMISSISSIPPI LOUISIANA etc homeseekers excursions less than halt prices March 21 Indian Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Texas etc home seekers round trip March 21 One way colonists March 21 HOT HetSpringsOnly linerunulDg- through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Texas For through ate tickets and free copies of folders descriptive of California and apply to nearest agent or address- F W 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