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LThL UL iwi 9i ki iIT IUra 0 c 0 flc I THE RICHMOND 0 J 0 CLIMc j l OJi I I I VOLUME 3L RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 29 1905 c 4 7 NUMBER o 45 j I 0 I PHONE 80 WINES CREEKMORE DRUGS II MAIN FIRST I j Lyyy1 ffiI7I7r 7I 7It JI T TENT10t fE New ustomer += t + We are knocking at your door with our new line of Spring and Summer goods 5 Weare prepared to offer the buyer l every advantage of newness quality and economy that a splendidly assorted retailstore can present I We solicit yourspring trade on the representation that you J J will find it satisfactory and profitable to make your pur m chases from usVJ r 71 carry most anything you can ask forin 1Dry GoodsNotions Shoes HatsV1 Gents Furnishings + We also carry a complete line of Carpets Mattings and Rugs u RV O t i zN- We guarantee to give the best quality of goods for the sx rPricethe PRICE always the lowest Call and see us Lackey aildHamilton THE IIUSTLINfi CASII STORE First and Main W lli i w71 F1 71 1 I 7F ffi 7 7 7 7 f4i7F71i 1 71J X FTHE F cV Country Store ill IN TOWN ill + BUY FOR C A S Hi SELL FO- RCASH I + + o lo We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware 75IWoodenware Porcelain and Graniteware f I Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies f Road Carts etc In fat most every article Uft used on farm or in kitchen II I Rememberour very low compared with the credit ft WE THE 4Lyfihburg iii Plow suistantil plow mi n the vorld and give us your Order Wire Roofing 2 S V V- Miry bur Old Fashioned N8M LryeabCheap N 1fJSVHides if tand Fnrs L llyer Bros Phone 237Main Street tRICHMOND KYV 5f- t Lill N L 7F1T 1 7J IFI D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER REALVTTF v L rtI1 RIC8 0 CASH PRICE makes goods when 7ftI system SELL ei thmost andeaiest Tunning Examine ping ejc1 SR AND GP1TT ioN x New Livery rim 35 C Million Son announce to the public that they have opened a flrei- clasi livery feedani pale stable in the T rv r t Ii on Irvine ptren In Ito CII U14Niet lIew rg IUItI polite att ntiqn iVw wisiv Jo buy SQJlle tfncytaddle Hiidsliarneee horses klSjaR3 HOMiHie kSon v 4 WHY IT SUCCEEDS Because Its For One Thing Only and Richmond is Learning it Nothing can be good for everything Doing one thing brings success Doans Kidney Pills do oiie ihtesr only They cure backache every kidney- ill Here evidence to prove it Elsworth Blackburn carpenter of Versailles says Some few year HEO I was employed in a freight house and the nature of my work beingon my feet so much of the time and doinj so much heavy lifting the doctor told nift Wits the cauee of my kidney trouble After leaving this position I went to work in a tobacco factory which did not seem to be any better for ma as tin dust from the tobacco made the trouble still worse The aching acres the small of my back nanso severe that could hardly stoop or straghten and the secretions from the kidneys were not free enough in action were disc oh red aud aUlmes painful I learned of Donns Kidney Pills and procured a box They helped me right from the start and I kept on with ihe treatment until I was well tho aching censed and he urinary trouble was ct rrccted 1 vllluaIPlenty more propf like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid deitons drug store and ask what hit customers report Fur sale by all dealers Prioe SOc Fosler Mllbuni Co Buffalo NY tole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans aud tike no other mcli White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt lftbSt B H Inxon Bro have the nicest eountyOall ommin ours i1 Vrtfiur Warrens Admr v Pit against Aft hur Warrens Creditors flit Notice of Sale In Equity Hy virtue of a Judgment and Order If Side of tint Mailismi Circuit Court ilwtwl HI tlm February term thereof 015 i lip HbovA tjle lII eibo un dersigned Ttill on Monday April 3 05 between the hours oj 10 oclo ka w ind 11 oclock am at the Court Uoast loor in Madison county Kentucky beinfr County Court Day proceed to Qspose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described oroperty vizi Acertain lot or parcel or land with dwellhig house thereon situated in Madison county Ky on Uiu natrs of Paint Iick Creekiin the fiunurbs of the village o Paint Lick aud hounded on west and north by Ihe JUchmomfand Lancaster Tqrnpike on tho east by the road leading from the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike and New Hop church arid on the the New chnich lot uontiiiiifpgJacTeacrenioreor less lie ilIr house Arthur Warren at his death Said sale is mnde for distribution and payment of debs against Arthur Warren deceased TERMS Sale will be made on a credit ofv six tnontlja The purchaser will be required to give bond wiijth ap proved ecnrWy for the psymenl oft e purchase ramigy to have the fomaad fttVtf a judgment learjng fial 1n ifttfi frijin thetlxy cf fisle wit fa Ixm refcervedirUBOn sid property UJltit all Ih piMebot1eY i d If ijdft TM0KfK M 0 L 9 lK Kfi IIr4 IF RUSSIA INVADED INDIAI Would OPPOSiJtion Much has been heard fat regarding the possibility of a Russian invasion India and au most people know this orI a matter in which Afghanistan play a very prominent partsays a Lon don paper The Afghans would of course strong ly resist any attempt to Invade India through their country nbt BO much per haps out of friendship for Great lirituin as from a fixed determination not to sub malt to the domination of any other race Fierce anti numerous as they are the Afghans have been twice conquered liy the British but the the country was so great that our govern mont found It a wise policy to leave the Afghans independent merely entering thatJhIreturn ii largo annual subsidy has paid him every penny or which hcpnl RaiiT has been spent on i qnliping Afghan nrmy which now inunlier over 200000 men armed with all the latest rllles and arllllnry naillra1lyIRussians especially when they have so much on their hands elsewhere GREW TREE FOR HIS COFFIN Missouri Man ot EightySeven Cart fully Preserves a Walnut for That Purpose Probably the Oldest living selller In Jackson county Is Bnthcr Masons whose farm and hum Ho on the Hlg Ulue river between Indeptndenceani Kanwis City lie was horn In 1817 and was brought to yearsIWhen he cleared up l IIB place ou which be now lives lie lulL in tine middle of oue field a small walnut tree The tree was then about two inches ih diameter hut perfectly straight Hurt svinmetrlrnl tjfler in the yNlrH whICh fnlluwud lie was llsked why liP left that Irtm to shade ValUalilR blunt iiml hiM tinva riuhile answer was that tin intended to live until that tree was big enough to inuku Into boards lot his inilfin- Aliout a year ago Mr Mason had the wiitnut tree then an enonnoiis and baiul soniA tree nIt down and sawed Into pliuiUs It slinvvcd a buuuttrul grain and tile boards wpre perfect These boards art now carefully put away In a dry place and are seasoning and from them Mr Mason say his oittlln Is to 1m made lie Is now 87 years of age lint is not yet ready tosiiid the htmitls to Ihecabl netiriaker BISHOP WAS A FREEMASON How the Pope Trapped a French Priest Who Belonged to the Order in lLama France has produced a frernmson bishop Such a thing had never been seen before anil It remalnnd lor that country lo produce such a phenomenon M de Nordez bishop of Dijon was unquestionably affiliated with this famous society It is not known by what means Uishop le Nordez membership in this fraternity came to be known but what I have learned from the lips of one uf the must prominent cardinals In HOttta Is the manner in which tho pope got the bishop to confess When the bishup was summoned before the pope he began by protesting against what he termed the calumnies which were directed against him Calumnies Are you quite gureT said Pope Plus L and quietly opening a drawer he produced the very act ot membership signed by the bishops hand Tableau The prelate find- Ing himself caught admitted that the document had Indeed been signed by him However as the Vatican was will- Ing In order to avoid scandal lit keep him In the fold and as a blshops ap pointments are not to be disdained M le Nordez promptly seut in his resignation to his lodge NEGRO BOYS QUICK WIT He Couldnt Spell Trousers But Knew How to Spell Pants All Right Mr W H Poole of Sykesvllle Md sends the following story to the Ualti inore Sun There fs in our household asmall col Ored boy In whom I am greatly Interest ed He Is only six years old and has not long been a sharer In our public school advantages But he Is an enthusiastic student and makes use of all his opportunities He never falls to make a trial The other day I was endeavoring to find out what progress he was making in his studies so I put him through an examination In spelling Catdog etc were passed with an average of 100 i resolved to make the test a little more difficult Sylvester said I cauyou spell coat Coat came the ready response Now I continued can you spell trousersVCantspel1 dut butt cnn spell pants 01 wish more of us were as quick to substitute tUe next best thing to that which we consider impossible The Poor Old Horse Kings and presidents join In abandon lug the poor old horse Gradually It Is reaching its proper level simply that or a very handsome and expensive orna ment that only the very rich can afford to use either for pleasure or business Mo toring Illustrated Glass HousesVGlasshouses maysoon be made stone proof Slleslangiassmakcrs are turning out glass bricks for allsorts of building purposes and hopethat the proverb will soon have no significance RESTORATIVE CURES OTOU5 DEBILITY TS voria tOnOnt BUO vbo are In 1 ounul lei t rre forctt mea ot amNUenergyan- dp8nmaIetllmll1l truetype or perfect mnbcod To atUJa tlilj Isa raquKIM 5ith7P- 4erVss vhlcb u1e caiBCKr for pbntou zseeiM d lo untftDa mikilU irerMi BraW NrVsICurujhis Prottilkm SIM UiSw4 cilfr troublM da to oTerworkBDOlUiurlrnB bk a asd otber oueIMke rkll hiltbr t4ncd d repsirl wd yS- 1Eiitliy004 OCwomm tooLIfre- rrle tiSC boz ler ILe5pO4 1rW greste to RtaM lot eIwM or bae44 pirn MKHCM AMecuTWM CHICAO 11 a A For sale ty EC Wines FtNew nix room otta ltIId1 l lterea If1iiui Apiui 1 0- O Chmrhe iItiIifllulmo1 Ky- Yie R5bIC sail M a Iii t If J LVijViVV il For Thin BabiesFat account to a baby thatis why babies are fat If your baby is scrawny x Scotts Emulsion is1 whathe wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry they are rich their fat is laid up for areIhappycomfortable 1 lie Sat sur rounds their little nerves andcushionstlieim When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul sion It isas sweet as wholesome to them Send for free sample Be sura that this picture la the form of a label Is eath WrApper of every toitie d EraUlilon you buy Scott fr Bowno Chemists 4094tS Ptarl StrCfi v1D York 50c7nJ10CAllDruegUS iJUDG HARGIS Hetook the Stahd and Testified In His Own Behalf Lexington Kyi March 24 County Judge James Hargis one of the defendants followed Alex Hargis in the hearing for bail Like his brother he made a sweeping denial of all the im portant points brought out in the testimony of the prosecution against him and tile alleged coconspirators Hs denied in toto the story Anse White told as to an attempt to get him to kill five men ixt orite time as well as the story told about Jefferson Smith as ton plot to shoot Jim Cockrill Almost the entire statement was nugn tory The crossexamination was long and searching but the eminent prison er stood fire with unusual coolness And mnde a good witness for the de fense SLOT MACHINES TO GO They Must Be Removed in Newpdrt By the Firstof May Newport Ky March 24Not to be outdone by Mayor Flelschmann of Cincinnati Mayor Helmbold of Newport Thursday Issued an executive order directed to Chief of Police Dep uty instructing him to see that every slot machine and other gambling de vice in the city Is removed by May 1 The chief is directed to have the pa trolmen in the various police districts serve notice on saloonlsts confection ers cigar dealers lnd other business mOn who have the machines and to make up lists of the owners and num her 6f machines Appointed Annapolis Academy Henderson Ky March 24Con gressman A 0 Stanley has appointed J Thomas Wilson of Henderson td Annapolis iis principal John MasOii bretof Morganfleld first alternate l Milton Grant Moore of Hopldnsvllle second alternate and Clyde Haynes of Morganfield third alternate They Operated Slot Machines Paris Ky March 24 Proprietors of six Paris saoons were assessed fines of 250 each in the circuit court for allowing slot machines to be operated upon their premises C D Lu cas a former poolroom operator was fined 100 for an alleged assault on a grand juror Securing Deeds To Right of Way Campion Ky March 24 The Campton Railway Cowhich was recently incorporated for the purpqsi of building an electric railroad from Qlencannon on the Lexington 8 East Omit railroad to this point has begun taking deeds to the right of wilY Poolroom Election Advocated Covington KyMarch 24At meeting of a number of the women 011 thlK city at the home for aged andI infirm women a resolution was ed requesting that the continuance of the poolrooms In the city be submt ted to a vote of the people t Capt S SL Brown III Louisville Ky March 24oapt S S Brown the Plttsburg turfman is ill at the Gait house Capt Brown I was on his way to the MempblB race meeting which begins next Monday His health prevented him from con tinning his journey He Lost His Money Covington Ky March 24 GaInes Daugherty a merchant of Demossville KY reported the loss of J55 lo Act tag Chief ot Police Sandford Daugh erty was here paying bills to mer chants About to board a train he missed 55 in gold StrikesHiddenVa Ocb When your strip of health strikes thin hidden rocks of Cot8 ut1tionPnellI- Ionilt etc you are it Jon donr ret help fn m Dr Kings New Discov ery lorConsumption J Vi McKi non of TaUdfi k SpriB 9 Ala write 1 had been very jll with pueumoniH Under the care of twodoetota lint wn wltlnz no hatter be RJbesan to tiik Ut Klna New Uiftcovery Tlie tin dowuave relwf and oie b tile caret nw Sura cure CrfWle throat broil hitk cftnchft itmicoluV PrkeMo sod TrfaJbotUdrH Ini fef N lot e44rMItairM 7d20- 70r vmrOItPA IktI oC- 4a i rrc VIi c 0 frt PLAYEEX IN MOTOR CARS In Field Sl orts Such as Polo and Ob- stacl Races Light Autos Are Used 11 is only natural that If the motor car Is to supersede the hors Its merits should be tried In thosie spoils in which the horse has hitherto been employed says CassellB Journal Needless lo say no one Is ever likely to go hunting In an automobile but m- Um case of light and easily man aged auto tars have been found to pro vide plenty of sport the players dashing about the field pursuing the ball with their longhandlfed mallets with almost as much facility as though they were ar wloponles A veryatproprlatooompeUtion which has made Hi appearance at several motor isir ajMirts Is an obstacle race In which the obstacles take the form of fig ures of men iinil women The object is of course tn mid knocking them dOWlI and as SOUK of the figures arc on wheels a very Hliglii blow suffices to move them out of their positions so that it is not sufficient merely to avoid overturning them An amusing competition Is the glass of water face In which the contestants have to drive rapidly over the course erich holding a glass of water ih 0110 hand and trying not to spill it IMPORTANCE OF APPLE CROP Consumption of the United States Is Eighty Pounds Per Capita Per YearIApple culture is moni important even than orange culture In the United States there are 20000X000 apple trees in bearing from which 2SOOOOOOO bush els at fruit are annually harvested In ten years these trees TtliI give a yield of 400000000 bushels At the present time the apple consumption of the Unite ed States IH 80 pounds per head of the population tier year By bushel measure tie American ap pie crop la four times greater than the entire wifeat yield of Great Britain and Ireland Billions of apple trees are grown in the orchards of the world and j millions of them are still being planted each year The apple imports of Great Britain alone range between 4500000 hundredweight and 6000000 hundred weight In addition I estimate thecen sus of our apple trees at 20000000 There are now 2000 ot these coreless apple trees available for propagation to supply the orchards of the world It Is estimated that by 1906 500000 of th settees will be put upon the market For domestic use a cordless apple will com mend itself to every housewife in the country For evaporating purposes it would provo invaluable WORE HiS BUST IN GOLD Young Woman IJad Her Harold Done in Miniature About Her Neck A pretty blond young woman caused considerable excitement at a dinner par ty given recently by showing off her en agement present from h r fiance relates the ChlsagQ Tribune We did not like the oldfashioned idea of giving rings she calmly announced to the horror of a couple of sentimental girls present soI tech otns had a gold but of our head andshouldtrsniade which we presented to elicit other Harold wears his as a watch charm mine you see on hIneck Would you like to look at It and the prospective bride passed around the chiselled features of Harold done in goldThere was something of a thrill of dis approval at the sight of the bust and some criticism at this bold display of the features of the lover Ive heard about wearing your heart on your sleeve said old lady in a lace cap but its the firs time Ive ever sash anyone bold enough to wear her sweethearts head around her neck Floating Targets of the Sea Even the French and British warships that patrol the Newfoundland coast dur ing the fishery season do not escape this danger crowded with men and carefully navigated though they are The ice masses servo a novel purpose for the fleets all the summer through being used as targets for big gun practice When a annually formloable one drifts along pMt St Johns a cruiser slips her moorings runs to sea after it pelting It with projectiles until she fires away Icejbergscooling the summer atmosphere Some times they ground in the harbor mouth and prevent ships entering or leaving 1IC lures Magazine Congressional have n suggestion began member of the congressional tbettrstI tee on the admission of new Iay1 have suggestion for simplifying two or three problems at one fell stroke IoflegislatiOUV Vat echoed the cither mem Ibel11 To moveJheMofmonsto Arizona and New Mexico and call the combined new 1Ylobpadmlttedjster the state of Matrimony BaltimorCAmerlcan He Wrote Frequently Mrs CaddabontHere are the letters ray husband wrote me b fore we were married There are about 30 of them Mrs NeltrholmHewtiSntmuchoCa correspondent then Oh yes hewas Yon secl only Knew him three daytLouisvllle CourierJournal More Satisfactory She Why did that brilliant woman marry sfuch a stupid man Ha Because tier first husband was a genius Detroit Free Prase CREDITORS NOTICE All persons haying clainja agaiuet the estate of Mrs Margaret NViiite dcceha ed are Iffijebv notified to file catae prop trI1 Verifled with the luidersigned or ir before JipiiliorBHinfwin be bar rejV J A SUiiLIVAN tin j Admr Let us save you ntoney 0 1J Douglas PO febio St IncrebTbte Brutality It wonltIibt8 iatiibIe ben tallty f riwjMproC SyraV cusetN h I la could forbkiH ffer K seal 1yb y 15 cttt a feMl oYc b rtVP SO IJs4w Aripes- Iv wtihiIkkT l1ett ivs4 JIIef- lUkbG O7110 V- VF EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE 1IEEEE EEE i t 1 t Spring Summer Textures zel3LLSYl3ee CasA SioreVV appareverl ment of Schloss Bros Co of Baltimore whose expert cutter and fitter will be with us on Monday and Tuesday March 20 and 2FJ t to take your measurtt and tell you about the latest things in gentlemens styles and what particular cut and cloth will best suityour style i An Opportunity for Every Good Dresser Dontforgetroi1lingundervarietyGinghams reatdealEmbroidiesantilUlLbilitVmisses Children and babies We show no shoddy stuffall firstclass andu to date A positive money saving on every pair you PUrchnsVOur carpets are tim the prettiest ever shown by us Exclusive ptttrns in every quality shown having wn shouinthethis city Get our low prices See the newest things before you buy We are showing nil the new novelties in Spring Dres Gods new Silks for shirt waist suits new Dress Trim mings new novelties in Hoisery new things in ladies Colars and Cuffs new Hand Bags and Notions Get our low caqh prices on all new things and save money You are cordially invited to visit LIe and partake of the many good thiegs we offer W D OLD IiAM and COV RICHMOND KENTUCKY We purchased our vehicles to sell ind it you will only cill tim I get price ire will prqve tills aRsertion and make f yon an everlasting friend anti customer tf S L Midkiff Prop ii i ii i- a JEEPOALNflVI075 WEAK MEX CURED ImihfU Ltct of etmiOi Drmlu tuk d ro Mny ru rim IH Illlr 31booL ot lU Jft ip Jamb Wad JLeqv the rauMk Son l nlu ula rower raxlpl ttllM BoUVolb7j rEF IOL HEHKDT CO IIca tlntela Inn Court Clnclnnitl 0 Seal to tot runBhlct tor pang or M IkaaaI 5 I e Which Iis the f CheapestOne burglary may deprive you of valuables wortliany where between S10 and 10000 One years rent of a Safe De 1posit Box costs you So Which is the M cheapest State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky The Birdaell wagon was awarded the grand prize at St Louis come qnently when you bny a Birdsell von know what you are baying Let n B sliackelford 0 show you whet a good wagon looks like Omchtf g Old Shoes Rice ta Gas Ranged vr sure signs of a happy life A J Begin Right C Cook with Gas RichmondV J r Water and Light CompanyV r Rubber Stamps and PadsV J HALCS VEGETABLE SICILIAN llahReuewer IL Perhaps you like your gray hair then keep it Perhaps not J then rememberHalls Hair Renewer always restoreS color to gray hair Stops falling hair alsocorl a I rIiTiiiIiii7LiE1JIIIII IJj 11 VV J vvi Winter is now approachingand it Is now time for tall cleaning 1 Every hotisewife wants something now to brighten tip the dreary days that are soon to come A piece ol new Furniture a pretty Picture or nniee Rug We handle all kinds Of house nrnishag goods from the smallest piece up to the massivc Bed Room Suites i iA l J7urUn of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampers i VV Hugs a large line pfodd Recking Chairs and everything tbatwiH i aP Tmake a homo Cvzy and comfortable inS fCome andlnspect oar big stock Special attcation is called topHr VUadertakingDepartent VV 9 w 2V t VV H WS OLDIii y 1 r I i iiici es Si a o ua a e a a SasS9 a SIS I SHIRTS a sasS s55 sS S = aSS 5 x S a SSSS Sall styles with cuffs attached aaQ a a5and detached Also a full spring 5SS Sof Crossettts a S l FINE ae a S a555aS S S Is S S SHOESa S a S a S and Oxfords j Calland inspect 5S- S SRSa S5a them jt Respt 5 e5a S iigf James Pe Tribble aIS g 5s0 Se o o a a a a a a a I a a a a a 0 5 a a c S a s a a a a a a a a a a a sa a a a a a a a eSCSSSSWSSSSSSeaOSSSaS SS The Richmond Climaxa PUBLISHED XVKRY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated i JO CHENAULT President A D lILLEREdltor Manager I PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAR 29 190 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative 1RRWNILLER For o nty Judge N B TURPIN Fen County Attorney It H CROOKE For Sheriff IBBROADDUSFor JESSE COBB For Jiiil r BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAUERS For Supt Public Schools f JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT BIGGERSTAFF THERE is no morn eloquent forceful or popular writer and speaker in the whole South than exGovernor Robert L Taylor of the Volunteer State The initial number of his magazine has just made its appearance and more than fulfills all expectations It Is spiced with the free spirit and sun shine that characterizes the editorin chief The general style and makeup of the book are neat and it bids fair to r become a favorite especially in South ern homes where its author is well known and much admired Personal contributions from Mr Taylors own pen are an essay The Old South which abounds in beautiful word pic tures with references to the great men who have helped to make the Lost Cause famous Also the first part of his lecture The Fiddle and the Bow and Sunshine which deals with various topics In light I and humorous views Among other contributors to this magazine are Henry N Snyder President of Waf ford College Herman Justi Austin P i Foster J H Stevenson Joseph A Altsheler Holland Wright and many others of equal note This new mag azine will be greetel with delight byI all true Southerners and the aim of it r will be to keep alivo those old South ern traditions that are so dear to all We wish the editor much success in A1 Is journalistic efforts and feel safe In rprophesying that his magazine willI meet with the same popularity have his various lectures e- tcrowersBat LexingtonL Our spring line of F Chamber Suits Iron and Brass Beds l has arrived and are now on sale We have looked them over and they are right Chamber Suiis in Oak and Mahogany from Jg 75 to as higha you care to go Full size Iron Beds from 250 t UP tipl on f these goods are bargains I Every article in the house is marked in phiri figures and it will be a pleasure to show you t anything you may need in house furnishings Lc IfI Bro ter COI- ttiuw ixp MOIDWA1 tYJI1Iroi Y 1 1 r L IFOIt COUNCILMAN to sun ounce A E CAUSE City Council frOm the Enst kind nrecinct subjebt tJ the action olthe Dem ocratic party Primary Election Notice IAta meeting oj the Democratic City Committee of Richmond Ky held pursuant to nOtice at the Court House in Richmond Kyon March 16 1905 all the members thereof being present the rolloiving resolution was adopted viz 1 Resolved That a primary elec tion be held in the city of Richmond on the 28th day of April 1905 jor the purpose of selecting Democratic nomi nees for the following offices to be voted for at the November election 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 be held 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 m 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 J e 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 se lected from jeach of the three munici pal boundaries described in Section 2 of the Ordinances of the City of Rich mond Ky of 189391 and known as the Court House Precinct City Hall Precintt and Umversitv Precinct and the two candidates from each of said boundaries receiving the highest number of votes in the primary shall be declared the nominees for Councilmen from said boundaries respectively 3 That any person desiring to become a candidate to he voted for at said primary for any of said offices shall on or before 12 oclock noon April 13th 1905 deposit with the 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 SIO City Attorney 10 Justice of the Peace Sii Constable Sii Louncilinen 5 Said payments shall be deemed legal notice of the candida cy of any person making the same No assessment or any part thereof shall be refunded or withdrawn after payment- J H Sullivan Chairman J M Terrill Secretary WE are in receipt of the initial num ber of the Stanton Herald an independent newspaper edited and published by Thomas Ogden Jr and Robert Blackburn We congratulate these gentlemen upon the neat ap pearance of their first edition and we extend to them our best wishes fur their prosperity in the journalistic field Ten thousand demons gnawing away atones vitals couldnt be much worse than the tortures of itching piles Yet theres a cure Doans Ointment never fails White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt lebSt Obituary tsusie May Daugherty Baush the little daughter ot John Baugh passed away Saturday evening March 11th She was born March 30 1902 and in the little while she tarried in this world she endeared bers lf to all who knew her Though not yet three years old she had learned to sing verses of several hymns When He Comoth to Make up Ills Jewels and Meet Me lhere were the songs she loved to sing With a seeming counsciousness of the coming change she sang a stanza of the latter song on the Friday morning before she died For sixteen days she sufTer d from scarlet fever It was a severe case from the beginning and she gradually grew worse until the end came The funeral services were conducted on Sunday March 12th at the family bury- Ing ground by Rev O McCulIy The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the sorrowing parents in this hour of their affliction Kerea Ky March r6 1905 LL 100 Reward The readers of tins paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to euro in nil its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh belag a constitutional disease require constitutional treatment it etgdirectlydestroyjlgiving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na proprietompowers that they otTer otis hundred dollars for any cnse that itfalis to cure Send for Hat of testimonials Addres F 3 Ctnssvr cot Toledo dhtoSoM byaJl drwggIs75- cIi1 FiUBily K are U bwt m- It v eftwnFor bird colds bronchitis asthma and coughs of all kinds you cannot take any thing better than Ay- ersCherry PectoralCherry own doctor if this is not so He uses irelIe understands why it soothes and heals I had a terrible cough for weeks Then I took Aera Cherry 1ectoml and only one bottle completely cured me Sins J D St Joseph Mich 5eSOc illoo J TEn All dmwstfor 11111 CoughsColds You will hasten recovery by tak inc one of Ayers Pills at bedti- mePERSONAL f Mrs M C Kellogg was in Lexing ton last week Miss Mabel Martin has been In Danville visiting Mr W D OMham is in the city buyingnew goods Miss Lucy Adams is visiting relatives in Clark county Mr H M DeWitt of Nieholasville was here Saturday Ion R H Crooko was in Mercer countyvisiting last week Mrs R E Turley and Mrs C F Higgins were in Lexington last week Mr John Taylor is able to be out altar a recent severe spell of sickness Prof K P Adams has organized a class in physical culture work here Mrs J S Crttcher and baby ate at home from a visit to Lexington rela tives Mrs Emma Farris of Crab Or chard is the guest of Mrs Miller Da Ethyl Barnett has accepted a position as saleslady with Miss K V SchmidtMr Jones of Chicago came last week for a visit to his sister Mrs J W Arnold Mr John Gibson who has been ill with grippe for several weeks is con valescingMrs S Collins entertained the West End Flinch Club on last Thurs day afternoon Mr and Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard are guests of Mr and Mrs W L Crutcher Mr and Mrs W L Crutcher are at home from a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Henry Cosby Senator Mc Crearys private secretary is back from Washington j Mrs Will D Oldham of Lexington is here for a short visit to her sister Mrs G G Prewitt Miss Nell Gott and Mrs D W James of Hinton W Ta are guests of Miss Roena Gott Mr and Mrs Charles Miller will leave Saturday for a visit to relatives in Harriman Tcnn Mr Rayburn Rucker of Louisville was here last week visiting his sister Miss Sallie Rucker Mrs Sarah Leeds of Paris came Monday for a short visit to her son Mr W L Leeds and family Senator and Mrs J B McCreary received a hearty welcome upon thejr arrival from Washington last week Mr Dave Powers has returned from Mt Jackson Sanitarium Indianapolis where he received treatment for rheu matism Miss Margaret Miller has had as her guests for the past week Miss McRoberts of Stanford and Misses Dotyand Danny of Lancaster Miss Ruggles an expert trimmer from Cincinnati has arrived to take charges of the trimming department of Miss K V Schmidts establishment Mrs Esom Burgins many friends will be glad to know that she is re covering after her recent serious ill ness and will soon be able to be out Miss Minnie Dykes will go to Lex ington Saturday to assist Professor Oscar Ehrgott in a recital before the Womans Club of that city The following Irvine people wore in this city Thursday Mr and Mrs Tom Williams Mrs Wm Williams Mrs David Bergman and Mrs Robert RiddellMrs A P Allis of Paris Mrs T A Garnett of Cynthiana and Mr Bland Ballard of Danville were among those who attended the funeral of MrsR L French last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Lewis Neale wont to Danvllie Saturday for a short visit Upon their return they will be at home to their friends at the Ellis home on Second street where they have taken rooms Miss Florrie Chenault of Richmond will come this week for a visit to her sister Mrs Harrison Simrall Miss Hattie Letcher of Richmond is visit ing her sister Mrs William Montgomery and family in Fayette Park Lexington Leader Hon Jerre Sullivan was hero Wed nesday looking after some cases in the Circuit Court Mr Sullivan Is one of the most prominent attorneys in Kentucky and a polished gentle men who makes a friend of everyone with whom he has dealings Lancas tot Record The approach of spring finds us in better condition than ever before to serve the people of Madison and adjoining counties During the past year our warerooms have been enlarged and are filled with the nicest and most BuggiesDepotplaced on display in any city in Central Kentucky Our wagons range in prices from 38 to 130 buggies Oto2- QO Depot wagons and Carriages 120 to 325 If It ieotJr intention to purchase a vehicle of any description yoaBhouldtlte elYantaeofthe Jftle stoeknowodIspiey at par shops aad call atone and examine these goods and Ret eiir prfejeeV- RtcttMoVD OAEKIAQB WORKS S L MidkIt Pzp r c IiDATIj CI DfxdAtrl3 iMtefe oa Itowsi- cl s night diaw near so CloSed thileep of death the eyes of WIlliam Dykes the elghteeiimonths old s m Policeman and Mrs Jesse Dykes on Monday evening The little fellow WM taken ill onlya few days ago with inflatntpatlon of the stoinech and bowel andjotwithftandlng watchful oaro of tis parents and physician tho tender cord of life was severed The llnternieht took place in Richmond Cemetery yesterday afternoon Loott lT Dinner The ladies of tile Y M C A will serve dinner at the Y M C A over Douglas Cultons next roomsI Apt II 3 The ladies are raise 100 toward the indebtedness of the association and the proceeds nl the dinner will be applied totlint purpose A Wore From AlbJt Elsewhere Albert the florist has a word to say to his friends and patrons in regard to bulbs etc IOT is the time to plant bulbs and Albert lias calladiuro tube roso gladiators and other bulbs at reasonable prices He also has cut flowers ajid gives special attention funeral designs and decora tions Everybody knows Albert and his honorable upright way of dealing and his knowledge oi flowers plants and so on can be relied upon A Dangerous Habit Gladstones Physician Gives Warn ing Against a Growing Ameri can Custom The growing habit amongst Amerl cans of taking a mint tablet or some other so called digestive after eating a hearty meal is something that Sir An drew Clarke Mr Gladstones physician advises strongly against saying It is absolutely dangerous to take into the stomach remedies which are pOpI larly supposed to aid in the digestion of food There is nothing known to the sci ence of melicino that can perform the work of the human stomach Drum do not and cannot digest the food Thoy simply decompose it What can be more revolting or disgusting than the thought of taking something into the stomach that is going to turn the food you have eaten into a mass of cor ruption The only way to overcome indiges tion and its evils is to remove all irrita tion congestion an inflammation from th stomach liver aud Intestines and Miona is the only remedy known that will do this- When a Miona tablet is taken before each meal and every trace of irri tation and inflammation is removed from the stomach and digestive system andthose organs will extract from the food all that goes to make goodrich blood firm muscle steady nerves and a sound healthy body If you suffer with headaches indigestion flatulency spots before the eyes vertigo or dizzi ness palpitation of the heart sleeplessness or any stomach trouble get a SOc box of Miona from B L Middelton one lour most reliable physicians liyhisnadoes not give complete satisfaction lieU Without Bill In the Fayette Circuit Court Judge James Hargis Elbert Hargia and Sher iff Ed Callahan of Breathitt county were remanded to jail by Judge Watts Parker without bail Monday morning pending their trial lor conspiracy to murder James X3ockrell Alex H Hargis was admitted to bail in the sum of 15000 Judge Parker delivered a lengthy oral opinion on the condition in Breath itt county and said he thought it was a matter for the State to investigate thoroughly and to that enl will devote much of the time of this court to the investigation In delivering the opining he said that while the proof against Alex Hargis was very strong in some parts the fact that ho was not in Jackson the day of the shooting and had not been there for several days prior thereto was Sum cient to convince him that Alex Har gisbad no knowledge that the crime was to be committed at that time Senator Hargia gave bail and has re turned to his home at Winchester Death Rate in New York and Chicago Daring November and December 1903 onefifth of the deaths in New York and Chicago were from pneumo lila Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents pneumonia so do not take chances on a cold wear- Ing away when Foleys Honey and Tar will cure you quickly and prevent serious results For sale by R Stockton 1m HEALTH is the Most Important RoyalBaking experienceEvery cake raising has been exhaus tively studied in this country and abroadThe result is a perfect product in Royal There is no substitute for it The purity and efficiencyof Royal Baking Powder have been commended by the highest authorities of the world impOr1ant iPowderlsmakes whelesoaw tOGa 1IsgPewder ROYAL BAK NGI U ABSOtUTELY PURE H i uIUjt q 1p YflJ to think that ten months ago I looked like IAnd this I I owe it to German Syrup timeworn injnnction Never put off til tomorrow what can do today is now generally presented in this brat Do it today That terse advice we want to about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggliug for sev eral days perhaps weeks some reliable remedy it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr Deadlines German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it wilt undoubtedly your cough or cold and its use for a few days will cure completely qNo matter hov- deepseated your even if dread has pttacked your lungs German Syrup will effect a ureas ithas done before in thousands of ap patently hopeless cases of lung trouble qNew 250 regular size 750 At all druggists a For sale at R C Stocktons drug store treat Slaughter bale We have purchased a big stock of clothing Iroiii one of the best mann facturing firms in Cincinnati which contains mens and boys clothing and odd pants and in order to sell them out quick we will offer them at a great bargain less than the manufacturing price and everything in my line will go in the same proportion We have one lot of boys knee pants at 25c a pair one lot of boys zaps at lOc etc Yours for bargains THE LOUISVILLE CHEAP STORE- A Dibrowsky proprietor No9 First street 29mch3m A Splitting Backache Pains in the back and loins arc the most common symptons of kidney troubles These pains are mostly caused by overwork overexertion and worriment Men and women alike are subject to these pains but relief is quickly obtained by using DeBells Kidney Pills Price 25 and SOc Ev cry box warranted For sale by B L Micidelton m eh f Not a Patent Medicine Hyomei the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Prescribed by Physicians No one should confound Hygtnei withthepatent medicines that are advertised to cnre catarrh It is as far superior to them all as the diamond is more valuable that cheap glass Their composition is secret but Hyomei gives its formula to all reputable physicians Its base is the valuable eucalyptus oil famous for its antiseptic qualities This is combined with aromatic and healing gums and balsam making a pure liquid which when used in the Hyomei pocket inhaler flls the air you breathe with gerrnkillinjr disease destroying and healing powers that kills all catarrhal germs there may be In the throat nose and limps How foolish it is to try and cure Catarrh by swallowing tablets or liquids The only natural waVi to cnnTthis tlis ease and all other Diseases of the respi ratorv organs U to breathe Hyomei This treatment has been so success ful curing 99 per cent of all who have used it that Hyomei is now sold by K L Middelton under an absolute jrnar antee to refund the money if it does not cure You run norisk whatever in buying Hyomei If it did not possess nnnoal powers to cure it could not he sold upon this plan The complete Hyomei outfit costs SI and comprises an inhaler a bottle ofI Hyomei and a dropper The inhaler will last a lifetime and additional hot ties of Hyomei can be obtained for 50c residEnt Roosevelt in Louisville On account of the visit of President Roosevelt the Southern Railway willI sell excursion tickets to Louisvillo at low rates for evening trains of Aprils and morning trains of April 1 good re turning April 5 The Chief Executive will spend a portion of the day ApriH in Louisville and anelaborate program including a parade speech by the President etc has been prepared For full information call on your local agent or address C H HuugerfordD P A Louisville Ky Route to Richmond Close on the heels of the certainty that the VersaillesLexington road will be built comes the hope that ope oRichmond will swiftly follow Offi daIS of the Central Kentucky Traction Company rode out the Richmond pike festerdiTy afternoon as far as the river in an inspection tour No definite plans have been made and the tour of nepection wnHineiely preliminary to Xhat will follow The road to Ver allIes will bj built before any other iill be etarted but it is probable that the road to Richmond will be nextir- ilineLex Herald 1 desire to say that I am agent for the Charles A Steven Great Style Storeof Chicago Everj thing in Indies BER custommade clolh eiiltH silk anti HftOhair shirt waist iaite snt skirt apleaiit1styles hot before you order A per feet fit assured and fiatie factQf18Garanteedi Mt JltlnilA iQOre IIob a BttOdiug ii 3 IIstrl1A white mAle and a black sow canje to my place 3 miles northeast of ni tnondf about ten days ago and hits since been cared for by me Ownijr dm have some by paying charges nirhi224tOPIeas Fnnton Ivfts I desire to state that lam nveht fur both the Clias A Stevens and Eilwaijl K Grossman Company and will lailipa walking skirts suits and ordI shirt waist suits Give me a call Mrs James Monies Hobson Building We have the price and the wncori why not buy the IMrdsell wagon when ou canget both Smchtf It B Snrtolfoil l Co Kidneys Cured Free Anyone suffering with Kidney or bladder trouble can get absolutely free OIIB full size box of DeBells Kidney Pills These pills are for sale by u Middolton and to introduce them the mnmifncturnrs will accept this coupon for lull retail price in the pnrcjin p of nun box Cut out and sand to C W Beggs Sons A Co Chicago mob When in town looking for a wagon dont fall to see the Rirdsell wagon at D B Shackeiford Cos Soiclilf 0hemp ied for Sale Best cultivated hemp seeti for sale at lowest prices Cash or on time RM West Lancaster Ky 8mch2m A Cold in the Head is simply a mild form of catarrh Cse that which cleanses and heals the diseased membrane Bnnsens Catarrh Cure Is the remedy It cures catarrh easily and pleasantly contains no mer cnry or other injurious drug It is liefrandges Regular size Soc Ask your drug gisj B L Middeltoif for free sample and pamphlet telling about catarrh inch The M B Parrish School of Phon ograpbv Hobson Building Laest in strhction Positions secured tor pupils U The American is the only horse high hog proof and bull strong fence that is made Rememberwe are at the same old stand Smchtf D B ShackelfoJd it Co Womens Kidneys Women are more often afllicted with kidney disorders than men hut attrib ute 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 Foieys Kidney Cure has restored the health to thousands of weak nervous brokon down women It stops irregularities and strengthens the urinary or gans It purifies the blood and benefits the ts hole system For sale by R C Stcckton im The majestic Electric Olympic sail Monitor Ranges are all the best that money can buyTe buy tlllm in car load lots and can save yon money if you are in need of a stove of inv kind C E Douglas Co feb5Ht The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat anti lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offeed for the genuine Ask for Foleyb Hon ey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparatien will give the sale satisfaction It Is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by RC Stockton lui Dissolution Notice Notice is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between Crntcher Tribble dealers in gents furnishing goods has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Crutcher retiring from the business T R Crutcher mchS4t J P Tribble C E Douglas Co have just re ceived a car load of wagons Prices cheap as anybodys feb5 8t Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs Several years since my lungs wore 30 badly affected that I hind many hemorrhages wrresj A M Ake of Wood IndbI took treatment withI several physicians without arty benefit I then started to take Foleys Honey and Tar and my lungs now ara as sound as a bullet I recommend iCin advanced stages of lung tremble Fo ieys Honey and Tar stony thew ngh and heals the lungs andprevents se rious results from a cold Refuse sub stitutes Fur sale by RC Stockton 1m SHQPPING BY MAILO- rders promptlyfllled at store prices SHOPPING OF ALL KINDS DONE Send seJ fnddressed stamped envelope for particulars References MrjlRDavis12i4LIncotnAveCincinnatLOExamine 9- of 3 Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are telling vehicles at pricesIe Works Prop The best wagon made the Studs baker is for sale by C E Douglas Co f58t Newby Carriage I W rks A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this Iinei We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky Wm Buckley CalvinTaylor weD Buckley Co You will find us near McKees corner with a complete line of Hardware Stoves and Tinware Tin and galvanized work done on short notice Get our prices before buying a pump Prices guaranteed on all goods weD Buckley Co QMMI1Q1- OWJenkinsc ALB Plf against C A Dennv c lift Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale ot the Madison Circuit Court rendered at th February Term thereof 1905 in the above style cause the un dersigned will o- uSaturday April J 05 between tlo hours of 10 oclnik a rn and 12 oclock in on the premises in Madison county Ky proceed to ex pose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Parcelof Land located on the waters of Tales Creek in Madison county Ky containing about 38 acres more or lessaiul bound ed as follows towit On the north by Bowliu Cox and Hrnipliroy Tudor on the east by Morgan Taylor on the 8ontlibv Rice Kelly and Tan Berry man and on the west by Mrs Berry manTERISSale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give botid with ap proved security fur the payment of time purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal in terest from day of sale with a Lieu re served upon said property until all the purchase money is paid- S H THORPE M O M C C t fi a A Taylor tk has the farmer needs J t3jt Spring Plowing handles the celebrated tet VULQAN PLOW i- L and also has Cooking Stoves etc of g t the latest pattern and lowest prices JJ- t A kPL t Roofing and Guttering a it Specialty W P BAXTER Telephone 412 Wall Paper Painting PaperHanging Will show you a compete line of Wall Paper all the new novelties in modern decorations including Crpwn Effects Stripes Cloth Hangings Denims Florals Panel and Two Tone Effects Pa pers are from the ofFrederick Beck Company The Syracuse Paper Pulp Co the two largest Wall Paper manufactories in the world Jt jt Samples can be seen at my residence bn East Main street or a telephone call will bring them to you Estimates cheerfully mjide j Superior workmanship SVALL1PAcEI J j I F 1 L Owen McKee 0Leader in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods t and Notions OWEN McKEE lOc 44 Weve Hired Uncle 1 SamAS our agent to snow and SBLL our 5 throughVra mentllond Thi is a special offering of mena h 1 Spring 1A an- dSuitsatPIU 15 They are black Thibcts for drcs wear anl fancy Caswmercs ami Worsteds in light medium and lark k 4 for business wear Thrv 3 are ALWVOOI and made in thoroughly uptodate stylr What we ask you to do is to write and ask for samples and measure blanks saying you saw TIltS ad in THIS paper Ours is the largest and oldest house in our line in the South We OWN our building and have done business on the SAME 8H T forever FORTY YEARS We CLOTHING HATS and FTRNISI INGS for men and boys SHOES for every body Ws PAY EXPRESS on fi worth and send all SUBJECT TO APPROVAL StyiebooksforaiiIiueSfreeOnTeqUt If us hear from you LEVYSThird and Mark- etLOUISVILLE We are still agents for the old and reliable Oliver Chilled Plow which needs no introduction as there is none better We also sell the Bissell and Lynch f 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 genuine Oliverfpr less money from usts We are also head quarters fo- rPlows Collars Trace Chains Back Bands Double and Single Trees Tornado Tiger and Hamilton Disc Harrows Deering 60tooth Harrowsi- n fact everthing the farmer needs Give us- a 8 D B ShockeUord Co n 00eo HAVE YOU TRIED OUR i Mountain M Jellioo oal It notyou are missing one of lifes luxuries The Mountain Ash Jellico Coal is free from and because of its superior burning qualities is theGmost satistactory Jellico Coat produces lor either Grates Stove or Furnace Try it and we that all your worry over S bad dirty coal will cea- seBeattyVille 9 Coal Co t D R Freeman Mgr Tel J84 Yards Aspen aye e eee = eeeeGQC Picture Frames 4 Until further notice we will offer great reduc tions in all kins of Picture Frames Below are quoted prices One opening frame TwoII 4lSc Threet 429c Fouru ii39c aFive 49c GUARANTEED the all guarantee Frames 69x20 69c toJ We also desire to call attention to the fact that we have in stocka complete line o- fCurtain Stretchers t Window Shade Hangers lOc each Flexible Metallic Curtain Rqds JOe each Galvenized Watering Pots for chickens 40c We have bargains in hundreds of other articles too numerous too mention The Racket Store Suit Brattqn Prop t c Main Streetj Richmond Ky t r i f r An Opportunity unttrFebruaryin our large Vehicle stock Dont fail to see worthpto more we are asking qet a bargain before they are all gonex Ieet eaTaqe DOTt sRICHMOND KY 1 PHONE 232 lPeBbles Sweet Hickory t r Coffee Frasa Bros j SOLE AGENTScMAIN ST tEET PHONE 165 w The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAR29 1905 Xew turn over collars for ladies al tiers ininciSt Next Monday will be County Court lV croup instantly relieved Dr Thorn EIPltric Oil Perfectly safe Never ails At any drug store Those desiring cultivated hemp rl should call on or address R M Is Kirk 1U8 Ky 20mohot Why buy an oil brand wagon when ulan buy a Jlirdsell wagon for the aine money at D H Shackelford t W Smchtf t Signor Marconi of wireless telegrn Iliv fame was married in London Eng iml recently to 1i8 Beatrice OBrien ft rand If you are in the market for fenc iiri ilo not pass ShackeHord Cos trt as they have the price and the Inure Smchtf Sunny Slope burn near Midway 1bnrll1 Sunday Eleven thoroughbred tarli s were destroyed The loss i- irt mated at 15000 Ralph Bingham the great Phlladel pia hnnrorlst and nionotogist will be it Shepherds hind Kirksville April Admission 15 26 and 86 cents Who sells the American Steel Knitv It can lm found at D B iaikelford Coe and the price is H than ever Smchtf careful boys how you bestow Is and other sifts upon the objects your present adoration The courts ue decided that courtship gifts are LIIH forever the donor having no 111 tn demand them hack Bring your old vehicles to us and ftrnill make them as good as new by iti ring rotirini and varnishing irir on this class of work vory rea o iialile RICHMOND CARRIAGE WOIIKS S L MidkifT Prop Miss K V Schmidt will have on liplay next Friday and Saturday March list and April 1st all the newest crciitioim in hats for women and chil 0111 Miss Schmidt has with her Miss iirulfflof Cincinnati who is an e- xIrl milliner and has charge of the tr Miming department She invites all iir fi icU to rtiJI awl see her line in the most complete she has 1wii shown vehicles and work turned out l y us is guaranteed to be as repre Mntl It is our constant endeavor to pleas our patrons and we have long Sinr found out to do this we must be liiiet in our dealings and sell good gcl at reasonable prices Give us a rail and we will convince you that our jZodt lire the best and our prices the dpapeAtmcmlmmOARRlAGE WORKS S L MidkifT propietor Eoak on California tpiges 70 illustrations Describes IalifornU and the route thereChicago Milwaukee and St Inul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line This is the route of the Overland Limited Lenvcf Vninn Passenger Station Chicago 005 pm daily Arrives in San Fruncisct the third day in time fordinner Cal fornia book sent for 0 cents postage j F A Miller G P A Chicago or W Howell 331 Broadway New York sharkelford fc Co can interest you by giving yon prices on the American Steel Fencing Smchtf t SEASONALE SUGGESTIONS Acme Cement Wall LilasterS standard of the WRLJJnst IUI cheap as inferior kinds More sold than allY halfdozen brands combined SPECIFY it in your CONTRACTS and your plastering will be EVERLASTING We have justreceived fresh Car of Lime White Northern Seed Oats Hay Shipstuff Crushed Corn o Letcher Witt c at L N dePot Phone J42 n i99lns O9I G Visit Elders Millinery department 29mch 2t c Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head an active brain a strong thebattleStockboldrs Meetla All the stockholders ofthe Madison County Fair Association are requested to meet at T J Moberlys store room on next Tuesday April 4 Horses For The tastern Market Messrs J W Bales and IL G McEI waine our well known horsemen left yesterday for New York with a car load of fine horses for the Eastern markets A Handsome Map We are in receipt of a handsome nap of the United States and Jerrito rial possessions for which we most ofcUrenryhAto our office and one we most highly prize In Elk Circles On Friday night of this week there will be an election of officers at tilt Elks lodge also initiatory exercise and social session There will be aIlively contest for the various offices and a large crowd is expected to attend A Nice Position Mr Stone Gormley who has become quite an expert telegrapher has ac cepted a good position in the Western Union office in Baton Rouge Louisiana He left last week to take charge of his new duties and his friends here wish him much success and feel quite proud of his rapid strides in his chosen work Ready For Easiness Mr E V Elder informs us that his millinery department is now ready for business Miss Nellie Donnelly who has had charge of this department for the past several years has arrivedand will be pleased to see her old friends and customers as well as new ones Her stock is complete and comprises everything in head gear for women and children fatal Accident Charles Willougby of Ford in trying to board an L it N train at the junction on last Wednesday fell and was caught beneath tbe wheels He wne taken to the P A C Infirmary where he died the same night His body was horribly mangled Hisre mains were sert to Ford where he has a wife and three children Will Return to Madison Mr Terry S Hagan who has for some time past been living at Bryants ville has decided to return to this county to live and has purchased 116 acres of land on the Barnes Mill pike from Mr Jake Herndon for 85 an acre Mr Hagan will begin the erection of all necessary buildings at once and will move thereto as soon as possible He and his splendid family will receive a hearty welcome from their many friends All Fools Day Saturday April first will be a day ol fun jukes and pranks enjoyed alike by old and young Many a thoughtless one will be trapped and greeted with April Fool It will be the small boys delight to throw before the trav ellers eye a package or pocketbook to which is attached a string and just th tinder is about to pick up the treasure it disappears bud again April Fool is hear amid shouts of laugher P telephone will play an impoitant pane in the fun of the day and every conceivable means of fooling people will be used So let all enter into the harmless spirit t f the day and let no one get of fended at the sport BIRTHS Governor and Mrs J C W Beck ham are very happy over the birth of a sonJ C W Jr who arrived at the Norton Infirmary in Louisville on Tuesday last MATRIMONIAL Announcement is made of the marriage of Hon Abram Renlck of Clark county to Miss Bessie Fry of Missouri The wedding will occur on the 15th of April Miss Fry is a sister to Mr Rcnicks first wife- BInDELLPAYNEMr Chas lUddell B formerly of this cityf but now of Lex iucton where he is employed by C F off Brower Co was married last Wed nesday to Miss Mattie Payne at her home In Nicholasville HESUREXHOXF Newshas been received here announcing the marriage of Mr Willie Mack Hendren to Miss Georgia HofTi The wedding occurred in Salem Oregon on February 24th tfter which the happy couple left forti Seattle Washington where the groom holds a responsible position vMr H eny dren is a son of Mr and Mrs JM Jrenof Speedwell this county and left Madison seven years ago Jio hWe can 8eIItasly9U for a CIm anyone else e c E Douglas L cast box Btoyrf feb58t I 3 uJ The largest assortment of carriages buggies phaetons atilt wagons ever brought to Richmond are now on dis play at the Richmond Carriage Wen ks and it you will call nod get prices en any of the above mentioned goods you certainly will make a purchase as our priced are lowei than ever before RICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S li Midkill Prop Alarm ot tire Monday morning the fire department was called out the trouble being a fire in a shed near the L A depot The lamage was slight Drill Tonight On account of the annual inspection of the Comuiandery which will be held tomorrow night the regular weekly Irill will take place tonight at 745 Let all members of the drill corps bear his change in mind and be on hand promptly The time for the Conclave is drawing near and work in the Com mandery Is being pushed to a finish Millinery Opening The millinery firm of Flora fr Powers will have their spring opening on next Friday and Saturday March 31 and April in their rooms over Rice Ar nolds shoe store Tins is a new firm but both members are well known here Mrs Flora is ail expert milliner and they will have on display some beautiful creations in spring hats for women and children They cordially invite everybody to call and see their stock- Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports about 25Qat tie on the market The best price o tamed was for one pair extra Imoo work oxen weight 2920 Ibs at 5c 10 300lb heifers brought S3 70 per cwt tad were resold at350 per cwt July delivery 40 yearling steers wt550 lbs brought 1937 k 20 yearling steers wt 00 Ibs S17 3 heifers wt Ibs 2050 Quite a number were left over unsold Will Be MaTed Here We are much pleased at the in forma tion from Supt J R Pates of ho Louisville Atlantic railroad that the superintendents office will be moved from Versailles to this city on pril tat This will include also the t mi dispatcher and his assistants ims removal will bring six or seven new residents to our town The change was in a way brought about by Gapt Pates who has resided here most of the time since his connection with this road Announces for Council Mr A E Carse who is one of our best known citizens has announced his candidacy for the Council from the East End ward Mr Carse has resided here for quite a number of years and has become thoroughly interested in the town and her growth and government Ho is acquainted with all that goes to make a good town and such men are needed to look after municipal affairs He promises to use his best efforts in this service if elected and asks the support of his friends in his race Welcome Sprint The hardships of the winter have pissed and now we are prepared to ipply you with your spring fittings Ve have purchased an immense line Dress Fabrics Notions Stocks Ira siery Underwear Zephyrs Ginghams Calico roil in fact everything Mng to the dresser This stock is of superlatve splendor and magnitude and one that you would just enjoy to peruse over Our spring showings are now on exhibition at our store We would suggest early selec this season and dont linger in asking about the prices We assure u that ourprices are lower than any house in town Call and ook over tile mammoth nlInd loiivince yourself of the sn icythe American Lads 11ijr Yoiir New Spring Hat r r springstylesstraight from New York as well as conservative hats of evry shape and style thingtoYoumans Roelofs Pioneer Hedden Stetson and others Easy toget the h4t ycu want at the price you want to pay quality guaranteed in every one 1 125 150 2 250 3 350 4 and 5 ovington and Bankst OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS A frobacted Keelinr The congregations of the Northern nod Southern Presbterian churches here leave united ui an effort to hold a revital meeting Which will begin April 25 The pastors Dr WIf Dodge and I ev E Weaver have securd the services of Rev Addison Smith of PatI evangelisticpeople will take grttft interest in the meeting and much good will result iherefroin Mark Recital On last Tuesday night the patrons and friends of Miss Minnie Dykes were tiven a treat which is always one of great pleasure the occasion being the spring recital of her music class The lower floor of the Dykes home on Third street was well filled with guests who listenedattentively to and applauded loudly each number as it was rendered by the difereut pupils ranging in age from little tots to grown up people Miss Dykes is one of our most accom pushed musicians and the progress her pupils make is evidence of her training and talent Her Ninth Birthday In accord with the beautiful spriiig like day was the happy gathering of children like buds themselves just bursting into beauty who responded to invitations sent out by little Miss Anti Bennett Cohen the occasion being hei ninth anniversary The little hostess received her guests with a grace and dignity becoming one far older than she The principle feature of the af ternoon was a marble hunt in which each one vied with the other in finding the greatest number of marbles Othei games were heartily enjoyed and deli cious refreshments of ices cakes and fruits were served The little hostess was the recipient ol many beautiful presents as tokens of love from her little friends who departed reluc tantly wishing her many returns of the same happy day Will bo to Frankfort The news of the resignation of Mist Evelyn Tulley as superintendent o the P A Clay Infirmarv to take effect May has been received with the deepest regret Miss Tullev will accept a position with a similar institu Ion in Frankfort Since her residence in this city she has endeared herself to all and is pronounced by physician and patients to be one of the most pable nurses ever here The vacancy caused bjr her removal will be hard to till both at the Infirmary and in the hearts of the people with whom she has come in contact We would that some influence could persuade her to remain Still the very best wishes of her many friends will follow hei wherever she goes The lady Board ol Directors have as yet made no seleo time to fill the vacancy Pnbllc Sale r I will offer for sale publicly to the high est bidder on the Lloyd Quisenberry farm one mile from Boonesboro on the Combs Ferry road on Saturday April 1005 at 10 oclock a in the follow fug property 1 cow and calf Jersey hontraised1 good family horee 1 good combined horse 5 years old 1 brood mare due to foal now by Jack 1 yearling colt y Red Squirrel sow due to 7 hole weight about 200 pounds 8 shoats weight about 100 pounds 125 barrels ot corn 2500 bundles of oats 60 shocks of fodder 1 lubber tire road wagon steel tire road wagon set buggy harness good as new 1 set wagon harness lot of low gear i breaking plow 2 double shovel plows 1 single shovel plow 2 sleds CO chickens lotof meat and lard household and kitchen furniture Terms made known ojj day of sale John W Shearer auctioneer J L GHEES Ford Ky atEIQeitr- i To the Democratic Votes of Richmond As the date of the city Democratic primary is rapidly approaching I de sire to again call the attention of the voters to my candidacy for Chief of Police and solicit the aid and support of the Democracy of this city In the event of my election I pledge to faith fully discharge the duties of the offie without partiality ever being on the alert to bring to justice any violators- f the law I will be glad to have all voters on election day when entering the booth to cast their ballots to con rider my qualifications mid if you he levu me capable of discharging the luties of this important office then rive me your support which will he always appreciatedYours respectfully 2t W MCreekmore Postponed On account of their inability to se cure a rodm the ladies of the Infirmary have been compelled to postpone their courtday dinner Kf Shipment Mr Coleman Neff left Saturday for Pittshurg with a car load each of pou try and eggs Mr Neff informs ns that on last Saturday eighty cases of eggs were brought into them from the coun try Each case contained 30 dozen eggs making a total of 2460 eggs the largest number ever brought in in a tingle day How Others Fed The following taken from the Lancas er Record shows that Richmond hos pitality extends and is known beyond ur own limits The Richmond people are making treat preparations to entertain the Kentucky Knights Templar in May The Templars know how well they en ertain in Richmond and everyone who can possibly attend is rubbing up his sword and getting the scent of the moth ball out of his uniform A Milinrry Display The firm of Farley March an nounce that they will be pleased to have their friends rail on them on Fri Jay and Saturday of this week and in ipect their superb line of millinery notions and novelties of all kinds which Is the most complete and handsomest ever brought to this city Miss Eva Monday of Cincinnati has charge ol the trimming department and everything new and uptodate will be shown Remember the days Friday and Saturday of this week Contest of Music aad Qocctloc The second annual contest of music and elocution will be given under the auspices oi Million Lodge No 28 I 0 O F the later part of April The pn gram will consist of the following Best piano duet First prize fit second prize Best recitation by boy or girl under 14 years of age First prize S3 second prize Best vocal solo by boy or girl under 1t years of age First prize 3 second prizeS Best piano sole Prize 5Best recitation by young lady First 55 second prlzeSI Beatvocul tinetPriii5 Best recitation fy young man First priM 55 second prim 1 Best vocal solo by yowsg lady5 Best vocal solo by youog man5- c Parafal Parsifal Wagners last and crowning work will be presented in English at Macauleys theatre Louisville Kv April 3 4 and 5 with Wednesday matinee by Henry W Savages special company of European artists These will be the sole opportunities of hearing the most widely discussed opera of the last twenty five years as it will never betaken on tour alter this season The enormous expense of carrying such a company and the difficulties of road production make it certain that Parsi fal will again be relegated to its pecu liar ot being presented only in Bay reuthMr Savage engaged his company during a swing around the old world countries last spring The scenery and costumes were made from models se cured abroad and all the principals went to Bayreuth to study the opera in its own and native surroundings Both choruses are the pick of hundreds of voices and the orchestra numbering sixty was rehearsed for weeks under the diligent baton of the technical di rector Walter It Rothwell Parsifal will be presented according to tradition which menus the division f the performance into two sections flue first act will begin at 530 From 715 to 830 there will be an intermis sion for dinner and the final curtain will fall at llhlo The matinee performance which will be a particular advantage 10 people out ot town will begin at 11 and end at 4 with a luncheon inter mission from 1245 to 145 The sale ol seats will open Thursday March 30 and orders accunpanied by checkwill be filled in the order of then ipcnipt The prices wilt range from 1150 to f3 2t Udlian Gob Notes One of the pleasantest meetings ol the club for the year was held with till President Mrs W S Oldham on last Wednesday the occasion being the an nual business meeting and open sebsion The election of officers resulted in Mrs G W Pickets being made President for the ensuing year Mrs R R Bur nam Vice President and Miss Tillie fribble Secretary and Treasurer This resigning officers were Mrs W S Old ham tInt Pickels snd Mrs Neale Ben nett in the order named above Mrs R R Burnam Mrs M C Kellogg and Miss Helen Bennett were appointed a committee to arrange the programme for next yeitr At the close 01 the bus fleas meeting the following programme Ras rendered and thoroughly enjoyed by all present Norwegian Dance Greta Mrs Neale Bennett Mrs A D Miller Nocturne Liszt Mrs Leslie Evans Spanish Dance Rothbone Mrs Robert Burnam Fairy Story Oestln Mrs Mlddelton Mazurka ilntSaltn M re Anill Miller Buttray n mn Lavallern f Mrs Pickel- sAdeliclons lunch of salad wafers hlpciiite oliyea coffee and mints wa served at the close Those who enjoy ed the af ernoon were Mrs Akers Mrn Robert Burnam Mis Hulcn Ben nett Miss Laura Bright Mrs Evans Miss Julia Higgins Mrs McLeilan Mrs Rollins Burnam Mrs George Evanp Mrs Midilelton Mrs A b Miller Mrs Sanford Oldham Mrs W S Oldham Mm George Pickets Mrs Tom Smith Miss Stella Thomson Miss Walker Miss Lillle Smith Mrs Rutherford Blauton Mrs Ed Hume Mrs Gran Lilly Miss Ruth Crowe Miss Bessie Dudley Muss Sallie Taylor Mrs Bates Shackelford Mrs Robert Stockton Mrs Mamie Stockton Miss Sadie Cecil of helby ville Miss Lucia Burnam Mrs Stanton Hume Miss Beside Miller Mrs James Arbuckle Mrs Patti and tIre Neale Bennett Dr Woods Norway PllieSyrllpI seems especially adapted to glue needs of the children Pleasant to take soothing ia its influence ft is the remedy of nil remedies for err iorm ofth Ladht dlaww6 0 c Wort On The ilreets All during the pretty weather o the past month Street Commissioner Beecham Lackey has kept Ins force busy at work on putting some ranch needed rock in various places raising crossings that had sunken below the leveland otherwise improving our thoroughfares Promsted Air G G Prewitt has been elected to RoyalArcanurnthis order was recently held at Owens born and the election of otllcers was holt there Mr Prewitt is one of our best known citizens and prior to his promotion he held the ollice of Grand Guide VOW1stebme 4to = Albert Wanted District Manager for Madison county for Fraternal Order to collect and ap point agents ljOO position Pre ious experience not necessary Scale Manager Louisville Ky Lox 578- pn Interesting Subject Rev U W Shepherd will have us his subject for next Sunday evening Card Phiyins Dancing and Theatre going This is a most comprehensive subject and one that touches the great majority of eoplr and will uo doubt be heard by a large crowd Brother Shepherd is one of our most entertain fug speakers and his series of sermons are being heard by others than his own congregation Bulbs Calladium Tube Ro e Glabiolas Bulbs for VcI sale at reasonable prices by VcI1 The Florist Telephone 188 W A supply of cut flowers always on hand and Aspecial attention given to funeral designs er u = SpringStyles Spring is here ami the time for general il KJoratinic Nothing help the appear ance of a room more than fresh paper and a new coal of paint or varnish Thats what we want tu tell you about Our stock in oom lleOf have new Ideas valore In all the world you cant find better or more bsast- ifulPAPER that t e are tarrying this season Tins too we employ skilled workmen ant that means as nmuh as merely selecting pretty paper Owe beauty about our superb si xk fe that of low prices W want you to come and Me us investi gate our line and we will promise ym that we have the the goods and the 1 proper styles We also handle all kinds of Window Shades and fixtures Picture Oils Varnishes Paints etc Give us- a call IL M Willgiir ll West Main Street II RICHMOND KY We want n picture of your tonic to appear in our took History of Rich tinonil and Madison iountv a r Y y Y y y ciy y1i dC 4 rIIJDIL YlfR1V NOTi1 t- iI TO HUNT FOR We have themall the new things in Spring Shoes r I Ii and Oxfords fefei in button and lace black and tan high medium Iand low heels broad medium andnarrow fe widths Styles and prices to please all If 11 you would not regret it dont buy until you kgj see our line Our stock is larger this season Irt than ever before IWE G7I11c PLEASE YOU 1 J r ARNOLD i THE ONE PRICE HOUSE Main Street Richmond KYi J c God erakes Rollsi Biscuits Tcannot be made without good FIour Our mill turns out the very best that can be had s f Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the Iatest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of MadisonMADE BY TllE Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY m7FmIm m ffi t 71 r ffi k1F 7iJ White and Gibson 5RVM THATS ALL F7 bV y IL 1 71 Fffiffi7l 7 t Diamonds j c Watches Clocks t CutglassAll Jewelry r andPreciousStonesof r These are some of the thingstobefoundatLaxieaJewelry cwatch or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane he c will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to VIDes hell fix that If you want anything cIaaccan be found in a first Jewelry ebtabliehmont go r c to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles t L E Lane c Jeweler and Optician JWirefence fft I am agent for the celebrated LAMB i WIRE FENCE Those wishing to caUsJ D LONG ayllOllyr Richmond Ky I DR LANUMAN Hotel Glyndon VVedne8dayApr42 1905 pl FOR SALE Two sowe and pigs WM B TUKLEY Richmond Ky DENIAL SUROBET OT 1ae1t0 ttonsot DBSTI8T OP LOUISVILLE Er BuildingI luV uu M Blanton u u DENTIST WOfflce iii Bennett Building lanly TELEPHONE 186 It you have any fencing to dolt viH pay you to see C E Douglas Co They have just Rotten in a can of Frosl ireIhe best thats made febl58 ++++ CALL AT +++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation leonine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssssssss1 Phone 3 Second St OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style mara facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5II Ijugs 250 5 l bottles 31 gallonOrders WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F Enright First Street r EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY rSCOSFOEATBD Long dintanco lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWeable Equipments and facilities unsur passed atMtS F CADWELL W HUNTEL JR adt n j t r JJ rj 9yir 6ooo O1JGHLY MilesI ItsJ Great Northern Railway RatesII I 0 ERS LOW ONE WAY I I Montana Idi101 Washbgtcn and British Columbia O 3du hom iILB41I lst to MtY1st JuneJg ii iJ VX1bSOenImmItiotAgen j t Ckicio p l ToI jr o j 4 u c I I cIccc 0I K l S t J- tltLWIIt Hio1UlJliL OAc B the Barnam 1Iui1Il Wwtoerierz National Balk Je81y JA SULLrv ATTORNKYATLAWV RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffice over State Bank Trust Co op joeite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS aT LAW RICHMOND KIKTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen tilts grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY In John Bennetts old law office over IOffice Thomas drug tore Largest11f1 U DentdI large white Com offered GOLDEN KINGT- he beat early hrfe yellow WriteforBLUE RIBBON SEEDS Are always the most economical to use JEDIL LOrIS Largest tocks Vegetable and Flower Seeds Alfalfa lUpe Grass and Clover Seeds Seec Potatoes Cow Peas Soy Beaus Millet Sor ghum etc- DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY T r The Colonels Waterloo HoneyGrovefrom Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says 1 bras nearly thesecomplalnlsanda1thouRhI Rood so I got a 50a bottle ot your great Eiectrl Bitters which cured me I consider thin the best medicine on youtheDyspopsiaItilinusneas bottlf 1m ARB y V INTBRE TED m THB Condition of Y- ourTeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25c Teeth Filled 50c With Gold t Solid Gold T eth 4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are Justis teeth Mid they are the best no matter what you pay for having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky a a a aoo IN aaoo a D a D snp J i BootsShoes Rubberst Cost leastWear Best i Salesman E C BOQQS 0000 a4 Q EXPRESSIVE NAME FOR INDIGESTION B L Middelton lias 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 digest the food EO that there is no appetite there are pains in the bowels thp head and back ache and the misery goes to every organ Strengthen the stomach and the digestive system by the use of Mionn This is the only stomach remedy known that gives relief by strengthening the stomach and digestive organs It is this principle that makes ita certain cure for indigestion Other medicines helpingdigeststrengthen tIle stomach and that or gan gets weaker and weaker all the time IJ L Middelton the reliable druggist has so much confidence in this remarkable remedy tat he guarantees a cure or the money will ba refunded Mi ona costs but CO cents a box Ask to see the strong guarantee given with every box- Miona Is in tablet form and should be taken before each meal Other remedies for stomach troubles and in digestion are taken alter the meal and decompose the good food you eat but Miona used before eating strengthens the stomach so thes and heals all irritation and Inflammation enriches the blood and puts the stomach in such a healthy condition that it will take care of the food itself and there will be no pain and suffering Telephone B H Iuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal tor furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrI Kingil New Disvery FOR ONSUMPT lOUGHS and OLDS iWPrlce BOcSIOO I t Fret Trial allT1DtOATLM ot JCOWSTJBACSS Jlor aala by B 0 Btocktoa IfIi 1IIi i i pRc rLE BY rI W L iUtE AiVCY Ha 310 acres on 4 miles from Har rodsburg brick louseSbarns tor bacco farm at f60 an acre 102 acres on pike 2 miles from liar rodsburp nice bittage barns etc rows tobacco Qtc atf an acre 54 acres 1 mile of pike 4 miles Har rodsburg cottage barn good land 1900 100 acres on pike 11 miles Harrods burr orchard cottage mostly in grass at f60 an acre 27 acres on pike near Sal visa Mercer county no dwelling good land 60 an acre 130 acres in Snlvisa on pike nice house barns good land at 55 156 acres on pike 1 mile Harrods burg 7 rodth house large barn wood land good farm at 60 an acre 130 acres 3 miles Harrodsburg on pike handsome Tesidence good land 75 acresCounty road 8 miles Har rodsburp good house barn wood land at 50 pikehandsomebuildings grown tobacco etc a nice farm 8000 Halrodsbnrgcloacto 3000 160 acres J mile Ilarrodsburg on pike new and handsome dwelling large barn cistern stock well creek fine land at 8750 103 acres on pike 4 miles Harrods goodland156 acres 5 miles Harrodsbnrg on pike dwelling 2 barns grows tobac co etc orchard 5000 166 acres on pike 6 miles Harrods burg near rilway station mostly in grass 6 room house 2 barns a nice farm and cheap at U2 40 acres on KCItucky river near Orgon Mercer county nice house barns some bottom land a good farm 2000 171 acres on pike 8 miles Harrods bnrg 2 miles railway station rew 2 story 7 room house large barn fruit nice farm mostly in grass 5 ISO 200 acres fine land on pike 8 miles Barrodsburg 5 room house walnut woodland will grow anything price 65 and a bargain 540 acreson pike near Boyle line 5 miles Harrodsburg fine dwelling 5 barns 200 acres now in wheat is a beauty price f86an acre 251 acres on pike 5 miles Prrrods burg nw resilIence and barn tine to bacco land at 70 an acre 215 acres on pike 5 miles Harrods burg 7 room house good land worth the money at price 35 an acre 170 acres on county road 2 miles east of Burgin 5 room house barn good land price 40 an acre 264 acres at limits of Harrodsburc no house but two hams good farm grows tobaccs cheap at price 50 an acre 74 acres good grass land farm will grow tobacco 8 room house 2 barns worth money at f50 an acre 105 acres on pike near Salvisa 4 room house tobarco land lays well large barn at 15 an acre 155 acres on pita 3 miles from Har rodsbnrg 7 room house barn very fair land at 65 an acre 167 acres in 14 mile of pike 7 miles Harrodsburg room house 2 barns etc good land at 3250 an aero 200 acres in Warren county Ky 6 miles Bowling Green on pike nice dwelling barn orchard grows to bacco wheat etc 4500 Ex for farm 30 acres Spencer county Ky on pike nenr Normandy Station 8 room house 2 barns orchard grows tobacco etc at 50 an acre Ex for farm 500 acres Ii miles Lebanon1 Ky100 acres in cultivation grows tobacco smnJlhouse148 acres Bourbon county Ky 300 yards of pike 8 miles Little Rock 5 room house tobacco barn tobacco and hemp land price 70 an acre 340 acre Garrard county on Ken Lucky liver nice residence barn fruit fine hump wheat corn and to bacco landa bargain at price 35 an acre 427 acres Maritn county Ky 6 miles Lebanon near railway station 75 acres in cultivation grows to bacco etc 427 acres timber house andrbarn 1800 47 acres in Madison county Ky at Sadwin 35 acres In cultivation tine dwelling tine tobacco hemp land at 85 an acre- 900acre plantation in 44 miles If Memphis Tenn in 3 miles railway town 150 acres in cultivation balance In cypress gum oak and hickory timber 6 room dwelling sevoal smaller houses scales office shop pnsturccorn cotton etc 15000 Will ex for a Kentucky farm or other prop payHotel in Hamilton III opposite Keokuk 70 to 85 rooms fine mineral well large patronage convenient to electric cars 15100 Will ex for a Kentucky farm or other property 190 acres in Alachua Fin no im prvements fine orange and fruit land in pine cypress and magnolia timber 5 miles Gainesville 1400 Ex for equal value TOUR OF ALL MEXICO Tour of all Mexico in Januaiy and February under escort of Beau Campbell General ManagerAmerican Tour sleepinlars of Itinerary address- A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut Pt Cincinnati Ohm a Because the liver is i neglected suffer with constipation biliousness clcthesafetooruerillThedfbrds BlackDraught is so successful in suchsiclnlCls because it is without a rival aaa ymedicine andhealthful yamereharm The healthful action on the liver cure biliousness It has an in kidneysBecxuL3 poisonousacidsthe bowels back into the blood and virulent contagion results Timely treatment with Th l thedangerawhichlurk liver and kidney troubles andSiili inroadtcfijrights js2IkZeoThedfordsBkDfthght Ib I n q 11ihi1ft jG III Given a Hearing on Application For Ball at Lexington Lexington Ky March 21Tho case ot the commonwealth against James Alex and Elbert Hargis and Ed Calla ban on motion for ball opened Mon day with the courthouse packed with people many coming here from sur rounding cities and counties The phase of the case on trial at this time Is merely a partial hearing for the court to decide whether they are entitled to ball pending trial for the killing of Jas Cockrlll In Breath Itt county three years ago In late testimony Monday Mose Feltner author of recent sensational deposition In Breathltt cases made a sensational statement that on one occasion prior to the death of Cockrlll he Alex and James Hargls and Calla han were present In Hargls storennd that the entire party spent consider able time dlscussing who should be killed first Marcum or CockrilL Short ly after this he said Cockrill was kill ed Ho said he was acting in bad faith with the Harglses and told Mar cum and Cockrlll of the plot in order to save their lives The statement created a sensation Lexington Ky March 22The second day of the hearing of the mo tion made by Judge Hargis and his associates for ball brought no material advantage to either side This Is regarded as a favorable omen to the defendants Every Inch of ground Is being stubbornly contested and the commonwealth had not closed its tes timony when the court adjourned The star witness was Capt B J Ewen of Jackson who testified that he had talked with Judge Hargis con cerning the killing of James Cockrlll before and after the deed but in the hands of Attorney George R Hunt for the defense he became confused Anse White brother of Tom White of Jackson will appear and give his testimony against the Harglses Lexington Ky March 23The most interesting feature in the third days proceedings on the motion for ball made by the Hargls brothers was the Introduction of Senator Alex Har gls as a witness in his own behalf This is the first time that Senator Hargls has been required to describe undflr oath the fact or circumstances If any of his connection with the killing of Jim Cockrill His testimony created a profound Impression His story was told in so calm dignified and straightforward a manner that no one appeared to doubt the truth of it The Impression created Is favorable and the opinion of the public in this city Is that he has been more sinned against than sinning He denied eV- ery material allegation made against him by the witnesses for the common wealth and his explanation of the Various phases through which he passed in regard to the main Issue were so clear and lucid that Attorney Byrd was met with numerous rebuffs in his efforts to break him down SUNDAY DRINKERS Ladles Entered the Saloons and CauSe ed their Arrests Ashland Ky March 21MrS J fli Elfert and Mrs George Marshall started a crusade against Sunday liquor selling In this city Boldly walking Into James Sparks saloon they caused the arrest of 14 men Indulging In the forbidden pleasure This has started a fight between the W C T U and the saloonists who may file in dictments against the ladles for violating a city ordinance which makes it a flue for a ffimno r nitr a riVuw Announcements FOR MAVOtt We are anthorUel announced 0 A tt toM K woons a candidate for 6f Itlch mond uhlect to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R E ROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney tub lect to the notion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce THOS H COLLINS a candidate for City Attorney sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOB POLICE JUDGE We are authorised to announce Judge H C RICE candidate for the office of Police Judge of Richmond subject to the action of the Dens ocratic party We are authorized to annonnceJ JOREFN LEAF as a candidate for Judge of the Police Court subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CHIRP OF POLICE We are athorized to announce JAMES H AljLMAN a cancIidMte for Chief of Police of the city Of Richmond sublect to the action ol the Democratic party We are anthorltd to announce CLAUD DEVORE a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action o- fte Democratic party We are authorized to announce V W flAK DIN a candidate for the office of Thief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Dtmocatlc party We are authorized to annfinnce W M CREEKMOKBs candidate for Chielof Police of Hlchmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr T vILSON a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic FOR COUNCILMAN- We are authorized to announce EMIL LOH lUSClI ass candidate for the City Council from he East End precinct subject to the aCt tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W S OLUBAM a candidate for Councilman from- Unlvendt Preclut subject to the action of the Democratic party We are anthonzee to anconnce O W GATES a candidate for Councilman from West End Precinct subject to the action of the Democra partyWe authorized to announce COIKJIAN NEFF a candidate for City Council from the West End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party- Weareauthorized to announce RICHARD J McKEE as a candidate for the City Council from the University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN A MER8HON a candidate for City Council from the EaAt End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W A LANG FORD ns candidate for City Council from the University precinct subject to the action ol the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ROBERT GOLDEN a candidate for Councilman from the University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce AD MILLER a candidate for reelection to tbe office of City Council of Richmond subject to the iiiou of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr T T COVINGTON a candidate for the office of City Council from We t End Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JO A MYERS a Candida e for tlty Council from Bant End Precinct subjectto the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ALBERT GENTRY a candidate for fonacilman from East End subjectto the aclon of the Democratic party Wearo authorized lo announce JENNINGS MAUPIN a candidate for councilman from East End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic arty FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce LEE O SHEARER a candidate for Jailer of Madaen conntyi subject to the action of the Republican prtr 41FORMAGISTRATR We are autboriidlo anoGIIsetl MrJ D DTKBS a candidate for Magistrate of Rlefa iBOed District mbfeot to tl1eac S of the Democratic partC iiWeiCItIVNER a cantaMMe Iseb- le 6fC of Kicb0u4 IIHtHt to the astan a 1K1lt8errMc petty DC JO J r 6 rr 1 9 tl ILIIrnfI= I Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble and IlroQltei ever in Richmond Trade at at home where you get the best goods atcheaper prices Golden Flora East Main StreetI Louisville and- Nashville R R Is prepared to quote you rates to Any Point sell through tickets and check your baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale dailySpecial Excurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets on Sale from Time to Time Through Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Elec- triC Lighted Dining Cars WREN GOING TO TAn A TRIP Consult your Local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or addressJ W Hamilton Agent I N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Tickot Seller Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Arthur Warrens Admr etc PIll flfraiupt Arthur Warrens Creditors Dft All parsons having claims against tilt estate of Arthur Warren decd are hereby notified to file same legally verified with the undersigned at his office in Richmond Ky on or before the 25th day of April 1905orsame will he barred S H THORPR 15m4t M C M C CI Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Rice Cousins etc Pill against Susan Leayell etc Dft All persons haying claims against the estate of Irvine Cousins decd ar hereby notified to file the same legally verified with the undersigned at his office in Richmond Ky on or befoie the 2Cth day of April 1905 or same will be barred S H THORPE 15m 4t JU C M C O We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It WIth pay you to ex amino them before We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan tiers M moderate prices The best rubber tire npplyed and guaranteed tfor one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works R L MidkifflPdw IN ORDER to get the great prize will give you prices on the FENCE f i SIxty Day8as follows Jonr mot fence eleven wires Ieavy stay loop top No7 wire fit 45 cents per rod Five toot fenc 12 wires heavy Itay at 55 cents per rod These pric s have never been made in his county before JTCOYKIRKSVILLE KY A General Passenger Agent IF 1245 Railway Exchange CHICAGO L J D Arbuckle 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 We want to sao to the public that we now have our stock complete We have received a car load of genuine Frost Coiled Spring Steel Wire a car load of the best Wagons made The Studebaker Sacarload of Olympic Diamond Ranges Wewadt to further say that we buy most of our wi wagons and stoves in car load lots and if you will com see us we can sell you the best goods for as little or than you will pay for inferior goods Seeing is beleivi Come in and you will believe what we have to say Tinwoik and Guttering and Spouting we make a specialty of Would be pleas haveyou let us do your work or give you an estimate Respectfully yours CsE Douglas Co Richmond Ky SPECIAL RATESv- ia 11g Illinois Central Railroad CALIFORNIA and colonisdailyMISSISSIPPI LOUISIANA etc round trip homeseeker excursions April 4 to IB Indian Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Texas etc home seekers round trip April 4 to 18 HOT SPRINGS ARK through sleeper Louisville fro via Memphis daily Only line rutmiug1 through personally conducted excursion- SleepersLouisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Lowlon and ill month South and Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahon 1and Texas For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folder descriptive of California and New Orleans apply to uearo railroadagent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville K I From Chicago every day March i to May 15 1905 to San Francisco r Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and many other points in California Tickets good tourist sleeping cars Rate for double berth Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and many other points in California 7 Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union PacificSouthern Pacific Line you thinking of such a trip this is your opportunity to make it at least expense Handsome book ddescriptive of California sent for six cents postage MILLER i 1 n HSComplete ifbriiuon will bVrscnt ieeon receipt of this coupon with blank lines fiiled Coupon should beniledtoday o 1 c 11 Roundtrip first each in AND If are W Si S HOWELLI I tfj Narne t iStreet Addrec City State i- sProkblc Deitiriati r