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EI fN J c r 7 rr= t T1TiITT T r jJ t THE RICHMONDr It J c 7 i lee lIf rVOLUME 31RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDKESJ Y APRIL 5 1901tc 1 afl NUMBER 46 1 I I I PHONE 80 B WINES CREEKMORE DRUGS S MAIN FIRST II ili1 ffi 7Ir = 7I mffi iwre F lJ 19 Ss We are knocking at your door withour new line of Spring and Summer goods t We are prepared to offer the buyer every advantage of newness quality andeconomy that a tosplendidly assorted retail store can present iWe solicit your spring trade on the representation that you wrfind it satisfctory and profitable to make your pur JK n 3f cases rom us t t y U We carry most anything you can ask frin V Dry Goods Notions 1E iuShoes Hats F j Gents Furnishings sts KflS We also carry a complete line of Carpets Mattings and Rugs +V f rs i We guarantee to give the best quality of goods for the e zpiicethe PRICE always the lowest Call and see usmFW Lackey and Hamilton THE HUSTLING CASH STORE First and Mali if tv J7tf ih l 71 F 71 F7 I V k rs F7ir 78f m7it 7Fffi ThE M 8 i 1CountryI oreir VLr TOWN iBUY FOR mC A 1 i 1 S H iit FORjA ft We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware 71 s Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware M2Harnes Buggiestetc In fact most every article ffiUsed on farm or in kitchen iliI Rememberour CASH PRIGE makes 1L goods very vi when 5Jcompared with the credit system 7Z I WE SELL THE z Lynahhr CMlld PIw the most substant A and ea isst running plow in the world Examine and give us your order 4 Fencing Wire Roofing eto 4irI I fry our Old Fashioned Country Meal Cheap t i Poultry Eggs Hides m c ffi t and Furs c IIColyer Bros Phone 237 Main Street RICHMOND KY +F ili lA 7IF7fm717 Df W TRIBBLEI REAL ESTATE AGENT S y Blstt1 licttMJ SlhlCaCLo r Jut I1 h- hXDHMOm 1 j i TT t New livery rlrau E 0 Million Son announce to the public that they have opined a first clas Hyery feed andsae stable in the oM Duncaij ptatid iin Irvine street if rearof City Hall Uice view rigs aad puHeattentidri We wish to buy EOLIU faacy etUidle and Iiarn e6 horee- sISaaSoi E CMiIlloa8on WHAT THIS MAN SAYS Only Reechoes th Sentiments of Thousands in our Republic The Richmond reader is asked to followitghistleinan whose statement is published below will be IOD pleased to answer any communication mailed to him if the writer really suffers from the annoying consequence which always attend inact ive or weakened kidneys J D Lewis editor ofthe Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky says For a year or more I sufTered a great deal trom a dull aching pain across my bacfe At times the aching was con stunt for a day or two If I sat still b ua short tlnje It became almost un h arabJjtall skopedor IiII danS tliinI fet iarp twingenriftIie sml- fo a8 h ijonsl tlth wellashtmy attention called to Doans Kidney Pills through our papers and I got a box After using them for a fow days I commenced to see an improvement I kept on with the treatment and the pains in my back entirely left me and the kidney secretions became normal From the great amount of good I de rived from the use of this medicine I have every reason to be convinced of its merits and have not the slightest hesitancy in giving it my hearty ell- dorSPDlollt Plenty more proof like this Cp m Richmond people Call at B L 31id deltons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale by all dealers Price 60c FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United tjtatefc JJemember the name Doand and take no other npr White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt IfebSt Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W t Smlllmrt of Pekin In had in olr h consumption his last hope van lled but Dr Kinds New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds k + pt him out of his grave Ho sajs This great specific completely cured me and saved my life Since then I hRve used it for over nryears and con hider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure fot Coughs tore Throats or Colds sun preventive of Pneumonia Gnamnteed 50c and t bottles at II C StocktonV drug store Trial bottlefree 1m B H Luion Bro have the nicest AadilkJncoutltyOallan A Daredevil Ride ofteneuds in saM accident ITO heal Bccidental injuries use Bucklens Ar nica Salve A deep wound in my foot from ait arcident writes Theo dore Schneleot Columbus 0cuted helpleJV heated it Soothes and heals burrs SCkl1sdrugIa t8 laVerYwoman of lie peir nnt claseiBaartisa pretends to marry If aJilrllometoth decfstoa that no one intends to ask her to marry she leaveslrtme goes to some ditaus dls trict sail returns after aUBJEjt nn nouHce that she ie a widow that she went aWay tobe married and that her husband hM rice died Kb etobar rasinguuetin are put to hpr tor amoejt tlMip Mnt8 it is ctmBidf d had rOttoHe mention ofa df it man to tK1rid6 Tlife Ctirjii1CItMill- x w1 w in Wh4tttiab iard lice e JooIr upon tbkItoU- os of WtllyI i J lr7D s BRITISH POOH GROW VAOS AND ATTPEItS INCBEAS HJG AT BIG BATE One ia ThirtySix of Population of London Is Destitute and a Re cipient of Charfty Out side StatisticsaLondon Every fortieth person real dent In England and Wales is a paper supported at the expense of Ure rates In London one person in every 36 Is a pauper Such is the startling fact shown in a return of pauperism in England and Wales Issued recently by the local gov ernment board By order of the house of commons The figures given show the number of persons in receipt of relief at the end of January to have been 823854 the highest total on record since 1873 Only once in the intervening 32 years was the number above 800000 This was in 1881 when the total reached 804549 During the last five years there has been a steady increase not only in the number of paupers but in the percentage to the population The fig urea were as follows Per 1000 of Paupers population 1901717446 2- 19UO27m44 2- 21tes742335 225 1SM7C9000 3082JSS4 21 The total for this year was divided into 259346 indoor and 664508 outdoor paupers or in other words one per son in every 125 living in England and Vales was in the workhouse In London tho number of paupers was 128182 or one in every 36 of the population The total is the largest since 1871 when there were 162425 paupers The only year since 1S71 which has approached anywhere near to this years total was 1895 and then the number only reached 125435 Unlike the average for the whole country tire majority of LondonsIpaupers were in the figures being Indoor paupers 7493toutdoor paupers 5069S For the purposes of comparison London is divided Into five districts It Is in the south that the largest num ber of paupers are to be found but It was In the east where the largestIIncrease took place The figures pared with those of the previous year are as followst3043NorthInc 4283WestCentral district 10283 179 The only provincial district to show a decrease in the number of paupers this year on the figures for last year was the southwestern which covers the counties of Wilts Dorset Devon Cornwall and Somerse- tSTUNDISTS ARE COMING Array of 200000 from Russia Preparing to Settle in Canadian North west Says Report ottawaCanada Is to be invaded by a peaceful army of Russian Stundlst immigrants Tho report that some 200 000 of these people are preparing to emigrate this year and settle In the Cana dian northwest Is exciting unfavorable comment in the press of this country There are leaders of public opinion in the Dominion who having the experience of the UnltedStates before them regard with serious misgivings the steady annual increase of the foreign CanadaPJthousinds dEuropii immigrants waymlngiikIocustsover the choice w g Canadians I somethlngto imnlcfabout In pursdng1 the policy of Jpulathlgthe Dominion During the early part of the winter thi arrivals of Russian Jews in unusually numbers Inlvaslonarmy of 200000 persons although they are described as Evangelical and Protestant can only inspire officials anti others with feelings of apprehension if not dismay Canadians on the other hand hall witlunuch satisfaction the reports tell ing of the continued increase of the movement of people from the American border states Into the Canadian west USE FOUND FOR APPENDIX Cavity left by Its Removal Permits Cure of Dysentery Scourge f in Philippines S Washington By utilizing the despised vermiform appendix to lairS duce quinine solution directly Into the intestines the surgeons at Washington barracks hospital believe they have found a sure method of curing tropical dysentery the scourge of the army In the Philippines This mysterious organ Is reathed by means of an incision in the walls of the jbdomen It is then drawn out through the lncIsionj The next step is to inject through the appendix into the large Intestine a solution of quinine flushing the lower Intestines with a germicidal and healing stream without affecting the stomach or interfering with its functions The treatment has been employed suc cessfully in the case of Sergeant Mould of the engineer corps who Is recovering in the barracks hospital here from a severe attack of dys ntery contracted while In the Philippines National Questions What tq do with our ex presidents has never bothered us half so much as what to do with her exgenerals Is bothering RUSfilLI CURESNfRVOUSDEBIlITY Tb world adnires Dial Who are trmc In 3lteft enezgyrpenonal bIthNerg1eTeIosDentIhd mak nb worthliving pcrrcRs HERVICKIfik SrCa1u Nerve I ttoJ MIr eo tier 1IIth7 bld md rel1e waWtlt1i- INi7 tot akoz JInoItIeU Fric jO mi lot tad wII Me to rfnn on- pcrrrn MSMCAL AMACMTMN cwc ae If I A For sale yEC Wines rfcat New sx ro otta and J + rJ t PJlh1tar Y K For JRsMJ flM- T dI C The BetterWay IThe tissues of the throat are tiflamedand irritated you oughand there is more irrit- ationmore coughing You take coughmixture and it eases the irritationfor awhile You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats vhat is necessary It soothes the hroat because it reduces the ritation cures the cold because drives out the inflammation ilds ip the weakened tissues ouise it nourishes them backI their natural strength Thats jv Scotts Emulsion deals with rore throat a cougha cold r bronchitiiswWELL SEND YoufSAMPLE COTT5BOWNE 4O9 Ienrip BAIL WAS REFUSED Judge Parker Will Investigate Breath Itt County Conditions Lexington Ky March 28Judgo James Hargis Elbert Hargis and Sheriff Ed Callahan of Brcathltt county were remanded to Jail by JU go Watts Parker without sail pending their trial for the murder of James Cockrill Alex H Hargls was admit t hedJudge Parker delivered a lengthy oral opinion on the conditions existing m Breathltt county He said he thought t was a matter for the state to hives thoroughly and to that end will devote much time of this court to the Investigation In delivering the opinion he said that while the proof against Alex Hargls was very strong In some parts the fact that he was not in Jackson the day of the shooting and had not een there for several days prior thereto was sufficient to convince him that Alex Hargis had no knowledge that the crime was to be committed rat that time- Senator A G Hargls was reeas on a bond of 15000 signed by Gus Straus Joe Skaln E F Vanderen andlJohn Flood He returned to his In WinchestertHOOLIGAN IN REAL LIFE He Was Shot At and Then Arrested By His Friends Wife Louisville Ky March lOWhen Dan Clark found his friend Hiram Newman of 930 Geiger street walk- Ing unsteadily and generously adopt ed the role of Happy Hooligan in lead Ing his friend home he had no idea Mrs Newman would shoot at him Ho thought so HttTe about the incident that he forgot about it until an hour later Mrs Newman had him arrested for disorderly conduct in bringing her husband home drunk as she claimed Then Clark bad a warrant Issued charging Mrs Newman with shooting at him What Inspector Hlpes Discovered Paducah Ky March 29The report of State Inspector Henry HInes on the tax books of Sheriff Lee Pot er waavmade rh Inspector 51aestbthnoiinfluet1i nt funty ami Individual taxpayers at 3 4W62 Of thlkamount tfuBge Hlnegj ay 194 i41due tll II iJ 249G21 du lCraucounty nd- sl415 Is due tile state Sheriff Potter says he will pay his indebtedness A Chance of Faith Louisville Ky March 29 Editor Young E Allison has severed his con nection with the Louisville Herald With Mr Allisons resignation the Herald will cease to be repubIcan and will bo In the Independent lists This leaves the republicans In Kentucky without a morning organ Corpse Stopped Inquest Glasgow Ky March 28At Cave City Dr Will Ewing was thrown out of his buggy and dragged some distance Persons who found hint thought he was dead and called the coroner who Impaneled i a jury and was proceeding with an Inquest when the corpse moved He will recovar Looking For the Driver Newport Ky March GThe police were asked to find Al Baldwin 19 Baldwin drives a wagon for Henry Melching an expressman and it is al leged he collected 47 and disappeared leaving the team on Main street near Fourth Cincinnati Frightful Suffering Relieved Suff rItiK frightfully trim the vjru ent poisons of undigpfltpd food C G Graveon of Lnltt Miss took Dr Kings New lire PUIs wllli the rl- lilthe wrilestiiat 1 was cured All stomarh and bowel eiior iers ive prl1pfrtiell5cGuaranteed 1m For Sale Nice lot on Fourth street 47x120 feet For particulars call at this office oc Womens Kidneys Women are more often aillicted with kidney disorders titan mea hat attrib ate the symptoms to diseases peculiar to their sex while la reality the kid neys are deranged Nervousness headache puffy or dark circles indeii the eyes pain in the beck are kidney trouble that mHKt not be tiottdpr a BcrtoBfl BHrtaly will rosut Foleys k1I1rc3yCnrehs restored Hie health to tlmusMiiti of weak nervou broken itown wni eii It MOPS jrr Bii laritles And stren ttHNM lira urlarv IlaHS It plirlfte4 tltO ieJ l1li1 beIHJii he1holeIY JFr 19hR t ifleJtiu 12li4rn Let we MW OQC T5r Doiki4I fcblik flirIe ItitUrfpc td jiN4 IC ilSfciRMMA Cos tor I1 ti y h a ft jrrfco and the feMi b Cinditf 0 i PEGLEGGED HEN A PiCHTER SideWallops Fowl That Make tight of Her Infirmity I nys Eeg ulatlonZggs Ware Mass Laying five eggs d week IA the season when prices are highest isa minor accomplishment of I a Ware lien that has a wooden leg The hen is of Rhode Island red stock and Is owned by Charles F Wilcox The leg Was broken last spring when It was a pullet by a stone from the hand of a wanton youth The fractured support was bandaged In splints and the bone apparently knit But cold weathfr had a bud effect and a sore developing Mr Wilcox decided to end the suffering of the hen His little daughters pleaded so strongly for the hen that Mr Wilcox spared her life and amputated tbd leg In toJts fortitude the hen was chrlS WJartyr Why cant Martyr have a wooden leg like other people Inquired one of Mr Wilcoxs daughters Mr Wilcox facetiously referred the suggestion o Gilbert Glrard who declared the practicable and after taking leg1fashionedwas eeks ago has never been removed nd the daughters of Mr Wilcox reuse to be convinced that scales feathers and toes will not eventually ap ear on the artificial leg When Martyr made her first appearance with the barnyard fowl after acIquiring the wooden leg her associates united in attackingformerI Martyr however had value of the leg as a weapon hard side swipes bowled her antag onists over Her assailants adopted a j conciliatory policy thereafter A favorite recreation with Martyrs to insert the wooden leg In the snow and curling the right leg beneath Its feathers stand for balf an our or more at a time enjoying the discomfiture of imitators Once the wooden leg became frozen in the Ice and Martyr had to be rescued END OF THE WORLD NEAR So Say Members of a Strange E- Hglous Sect In IndianaAre Sincere in Belief Decatur Ind Waiting for the world to come to an end and advocating the creed of their sect several families of this city under the leadership of William Whittredge formerly of Elgin O are preparing for the millennium which they say will be here some time In April The little band has no name but its members are apparently sincere In their belief When Whlttredg and his followers quietly came to this city several eeks agothey attracted little atten ion but it was noticed that although the entire band of three families was housed In one dwelling toe men appar ently had no occupation Then the peo ple of the neighborhood began to won der what their misgjon here could belt was made known that the strangers were simply waiting for the world to come to an end and tracts were scat bdentsed in Aprilepreaching their doctrine point to the book of Revelations in the Bible and on the tracts which they distribute are printed quotations from the Bible The members of the band are all intelligent and well informed and they preach their belief in interesting conversation MAN BECOMES HUMAN OWL Prominent Massachusetts Resident Sees Best During Darkness- of the Night Pittsflele4MasaBy asrrangefreak otnaturefHarr DrCheslilre has lost his isightdurlni ilai Ilght bu- tatnlkhtha see lear3yendpeatthtesI- nto the darkest glcoaj Without diffl JTuIty Mr Wolcott is 58 years old and Is a descendant of a prominent Berkshire family He Is known In the neighbor hood as the human owl Until within a few years he possessed ordinary sight He went west where he married His wife died soon after their marriage and it is said that because of his intense grief and the tears shed ever her grave the strange malady came upon him Light became painful and at last re pugnant to him He has grown into the habit of sallying forth only after dark ness So completely has his day sight left him that he is unable to discern faces or localities by day He spends his time almost alone doing his own cooking and household work sleeping by day and living in a darkened house Wolcott believes himself moon struck a superstition deeply imbedded In New England folklore Moonlight nights afford hinrthe greatest pleasure and he revels in the soft light of its beams Puzzle Find the Jlonkeys Kuropatkins opinion of the Japs ap pears to be altered It wasnt so very many moons ago when he and somo brother officers were visiting Toklo that he said Some day well have to con quer these monkeys It is easy to see who is the monkey in the situation at Mukden Would Avoid Wealth So many wealthy young men are committing suicide these days the im pression is likely to gals ground that wealth Is something young men should avoid having anything to do with if they want to be happy Japs lucky All Around A volcano baa made Japan larger by giving her a now Island t The stars in their courses are lighting for the Japs j b it Gaadilkg A fiw days ago wo were aekedbya Paris society Jady whpfiad evidently been ajtendlfig the revival meeting in progress here If we thought that play in iachrn and bridge wiwt for prizes waegarriblinjr She ioolted as if she was a little worried eviir the matter and we evaded adjrect answer but to satiety her we 4vbeto1tsera thfl nitiona from and she mustlet her eoriseience an1 gwfr for her after readsiImeee to wit TJbflCeatHjyPfeWsMrjIsayg Gamb at any gf tM hawed StnaMeke II Wbe8tw wye jRairiMet To1 practice JPWINHK to ple osey w foc any otht slake ocpeJ- huoims EucyeloO Gmb ling and Giinblbii U1- Mcmbli e s- buatd of ieisulapi If n f There will be something interest ing in this space next week t J 1 Cheafed Death Kidney trouble oiten ends fatally at by choosing the right medicine E Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheat d death He says Two years ago I had Kidney trouble which caused me great patti suiTerin ami anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which eiTecled a complete cure I have also round thorn of great benefit in general debility slid nerve trouble and keep then constantly on hand since as I find they have no equal R C Stock ton druggist guarantees them at 50c 1m Whichis Cheapest One fireor burglarymaydeprive valuables worthanywhere between 510 and 10000 One years rent of a Safe De posit Box costs you S3- Which Bank ia the r1I Trust Co Richmond Ky The Birdsell wagon was awarded the grand prize at St Louis conse quently when you buy a Birdeeli von know what you are buying Let D B Shackelford Co show you what aIgood wagon looks like Orachtf Old Shoes Rice j a Gas Ranged sure signs of t1a happy life V r- j Begin Righl t Cook t with j Gas ttIRichmon d j r Water and Light Company 7 f EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY nmcouosrio Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhero in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with tho countryWeable Equlpments and facilities unsurpassed JJ t hulTEItJPiesden rrI j I r FUR NIT 1 U v IiLLEij J j 0 1 rJWTriter is ntw approaching and it is now time for raIl Every housewife wants soniethiDg new to brighten up the dreary days ttht are BOOH to come A piece ol new Faraiture a pretty Picture or t f1 anice Ru Wehandle all kinds ohoua furaishiag goods from the SKsllest piece up to the Eaassiv Be4 Kobm Suites h k f YOar line of Ilcture all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampers Rugs a large line of odd Reeking Chairs and everything that wlll t1J f make a hose e zy and eomfortablj if 4Conme sad inspeet our stock Special atteatfon Is lIK to oriUarlertakiagiepartweit t ii f x t rg t r r I i WSO1LDiIkT1r r illF S I r u IY = = J r4 CD 1 iilL JiwIt ILfr A 911 II nT 111 1 t 1rr 0 i r t JL a tLt J r 1 iJidfilf 9f 1L iAI Jj h d I = tT EI FINE=f =EIi w 5S II i SHIRTS e- tI tS lr4Itri SS in aU stles with cuffs attachedI and detached Also a full Spring SS 1 r line of Crossetts SI 0S 5S IIt FINKS 0o SSS OB I m a SHOES S5- 5 a SI t Iand Oxfords Call and inspect a them Respt 015S as 0 Ill James P Tribble 1jjj S oa pSfl fi S eSSSSSSSSa cooi S F The Richmond Climax PUBIJSHSDJCVKBY WKDKKSDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated JO CHENAULT President A D MILLER Editor Manner PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APR 6 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Ropresontstlyp v w For nt J n N n TURPINIFm County Attorney U H OROOKE For Sher P I BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS For Snpt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF A itBOENT act of congress ordered that the old Confederate Hags should le returned to the states On last I Tuesday Governor Beckham received t the first of thesea Sixth Kentucky flag TIlE Lexington Herald announces a contest to all students at college or in the public schools for the names of the two greatest Kentuckians whose statutes the Legislature will be asked t to decide shall go into the Hall of Statuary at Washington The prizes wiil be 10 in gold or books to the first successful contestant 750 in gold or books to the second f5 to the third and 250 to the fourth All t IJb nts are urged to take the 2 11 tneljth of AprlJ It HI0111ee b udenlpreciationnJCn ks fV b t avUMJii ee d Bring your old vehicles to us and we will make them as good as new bj v repairing retfring and varnishing SPrices on this clasrof work very rea iBOnable RICHMOND CAiiniAOK WoRKs S L MidkifT Prop Browers at Lexington Refrigerators We want you to v associate fi Refrigerators and the most approved patterns j with our store We want h to feel that what we sell qualityfk thingvt us success we r had with the line we carried Jast year together with our efforts to get the best obtainable have resulted in a stock second to none in Ken tucky We sell Ice Boxes and Refrigerators From 4 50 to 120 00- jf the goods are aightj the prices I j are rght All we asks an op portunity to show your 1 T 1F1BtoerCo1- 1iL 4IXAbIOADWAt11- i i i Xti A l1tt a m t Primary Election Notice CityCommitteepursuant to notice at the Court House in Richmond Ky on March 16 1905 all the members thereof being present the rollowing resolution was adopted viz 1 Resolved That a primary election liu held in the city of Richmond- on the 28th day of April 1905 for the purpose of selecting Democratic nomi nees for the following offices to be vo ted for at the November election 1E05 Mayor Polic 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 hold under and regulated by the pro vlInf flip general primary plnptimi law uf 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 be hereafter ap pointed All candidates receiving the highest number of votes for the respective offices shall be declared the nominees of the party except that two nominees for Councilmen shall be selected from each of the three municipal 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 Precinct and University Precinct and the two candidates from each of said boundaries receivine 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 bo voted for at said primary for any of said offices shallon ot before 12 oclock noon April 13th 1005 deposit with tie Chairman sum of money correspond lug with the following assessment which is made to defray the expenses of the primary viz layor 10 Po lice Judge S10 City Attorney 10 Justice of the Peace5 Constable 5Councilmen 5 Said payments shall he 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 31 Terrill Secretary =Wjhite Northern Seed Oats Leteher Witt lfebSt PERSONAL Miss Florrie Chepault is visiting in Lexington 3Mr A B Ferris spent Sunday in LexingtonMr Harris is back from WashingtonMrs Chenanlt has returned from Mt Sterling visitingLexington Mr Lee Smitha of Fayette county was here court day Miss Ruth Crowe spent Saturday with relatives in Versailles Miss Mollie Fifo is at home from a delightful visit to Lexington Mrs John Turley has been visiting her parents in Winchester spentSundayMisses Ernestine and Daphne Bow man have returned from Ford Mr Smith Oldham attended the German at Winchester last Friday Dr Landman the oculist will boat the Glyndon Hotel Wednesday the 12lh Mrs A P Allis has returned to her home at Paris after a visit to Mrs W B Luxon Speedwellhasat Nichohisvilie Saturdayfromproved in health Mr C F Chenault and family and Miss Mary Oldham have returned from Titiurillf Fla Mrs J W Zaring accompanied h r little grand daughter Martha Allen to her home in Carlisle Mrs Charles L Searcy fd vislting WehisleyCA J the little son of Mr and Mrs How s this We offer One Hundred Dollars lie ward for any case of Catarrh that cap not be cured by Halls Catarrh Curov P J HENEV CO Toledo D We tlmtiiidenugued have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years attd believe hint perfectly honorable in till business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Toledo O Waldlnjr Rinnan tt Marvin Wholesale ilrugglstp ToledoOhio Hulls Cure Ia taken intiir n IIy directly ui o tlM blojkl and mocoit earfaces of th aystejh TesU3W iaTji wxt free Trie 75c yfer tbleZdbY aBruL 7V7U i Your doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous chil 1 dren become strong and well by taking Aycrs Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few da- ysSarsaparilla t j The change is very prompt t and very marked Ask doctor why it is He has ourIformula and will explain When r old for many month ne thought I could live lean a thin blood lint In a few week jert Sarsprilia com me to 1IeleIIIK UucKUlMiTEUVlneUnd J f100 a bottle J All dntcc1 MaI lforIThe Children Biliousness constipation prevent re covery Curo those with Ayors J Lackey has been seriously ill but is now much improved Mrs James S Winn Winchester was here last week visiting her mother Mrs Elizabeth Millet Mr A R Flora of Bloomington Ill has brought his wife here to be operated on by the Drs Gibson Miss Stella G Thomson has returned to Irvine after spending several weeks with Mrs A D Miller Mr N H Rowland of Leiington spent several days this week with Mr Buster Fife and family Mr and Mrs W W Watts and daughter Miss Emma and Miss Kate Walker were in Lexington Saturday Mrs D B Shackelford entertained the Lancaster Avenue Euchre Club on last Thursday afternoon in an elegant mannerMrs Nealc Bennett Mrs T J Smitji Jr and Miss Helen Bennett left yesterday for Louisville to be gone several days Mr Sam Bennett and Dr David Bennett and Mr Overton Chenanlt of Lexington were here Monday ming ling with the court daycrowd Mr Hanson Thomas who attends Walters Institute spent from Friday until Monday with his parents Mr line Mrs W R Thomas at Estill SpringsMrs Henry Jones who underwent an operation at the P A C Infirmary is reported to be doing nicely which will be pleasing news to her many friendsMrs E Tutt Bnrnam and baby who have been In Floridaor the past month are nw in Lexington spend inga few days with Mrs Sam Bennett before returning to Richmond Mr and Mrs J W Adams of Dunerail and Miss Fannie Gum ol Cleveland and Mrs Jas V Gibson of Yarnallton are in Louisville this week Where Mr Adams is buying his spring stock of goods Mrs Bertha Smith has been appointed by the Presbyterian Church to till out the unexpire term of Mrs C D Miller on the Board of Directors ol the P A C Infirmary Mr and Mrs BJ Clay are at home from Europe for a short while prior to their departure for Switzerland to which country Mr Clay has been appointed United States Minister Mr Elihu Campbell passed througb Richmond Saturday en route to his home at Irvine Ho had been on a visit to his son Earnest who is at tending the D D Institute at Dan villeLieutenant Robert L Warner who has been in China for the past four years has returned to his home in Garrard Miss Margaret White en tertained in his honor Saturday even ingMrs Gilbert Grinstcad who has been seriously ill for the past twc months has recovered sufficiently to leave for Somerset where Mr Grin goodsbusiness Sundays Lexington Leader contained the calendar of the Vomans Clubs meetings for this monthand contains the names of Mrs John Hoe Capertonbothbefore the Club on the 12th Mrs Russels subject will be Art nhile Mrs Caperton will have a paper on Old Furniture His many friends over the State will rejoice to know that Col James W Caporton of Richmond has recovered from his recent illness Col Caper ton is beloved by till who have the pleasure of his acquaintance he being a man of the highest type of hohesty and integrity a true citizen in every sense of the word and a gentleman in all the term implies In speaking of him some time ago we referred to Col Caperton as one of the few men who would not have to die to have good things said about himLancas- ter MATRIMONIAL SOULETIPTON Mr Earl G Soule son of Mr and Mrs J F Soule of this place was married in Richmond Wednesday to Miss Lillie Tipton of Irvine Mr Soule has for some time CityStJveyoung man of splendid character and sterling worth Miss Tipton is the Tiptonofline ability The wedding was quite manyfriendsulate him on his choice After the wedding ceremony the young couple went on a trip to Cincinnati after which they will return tomorrow night and after a short stay with Mr Mr Scales parents at Nicholasville they will make thier home in Knox countywhere hula at present loca ted Jessamine Journal PHEWSSMITH A wedding which came somewhat as a surprise stag solemnized Monday afternoon at live oclock at the residence of Rev G Y Shepherd when Miss Mariavrillit mUh became the wfe of Mr Gel Paelps Both Mr and Mrs Plieli S re wen known to opt people Th latter is a drughter of the late J Speed Smith and has long been a fi verite in Richmond society She is a graduate of Madison Institute am lisa for sdne time held a responsible Phelpsillprosperous farmer and stockman t f the Foxtown locality After the ceremony the happy couple were driven to the grooms home whcro hey are at home to their frieads who extend to them hearty congratulations and best wishes TArLOBMcGiNKr This afternoon at two oclock at the home of Mr nroadwayMsswife of Mr John Ii Taylor of Kansas CityMo The ectig will be a quiet home affair and nrlll be wit aessed byonly afewfrleds and nil ntlires Key HB k vMoUH m will perform the cerewwr aft r YfJdc- htM happy couple Vl Jevf litheS48 li jA tail far Cincinnati taw toS Lo i o1 Wr a fitYi Mlg8JiJijiun meiBE n8M a UIot1Y60f Vriai1le ft jwfc hu- etta g l of het iIinihre rlthser1Iters Medes t E iUranti3 Rte 4sa fty eeifquHii a fanbritff here Saejs RR ttrctlTi4 blentle jmd Is posaiaeti rlthta chirminjf personality and an LflUSitRlIybritintrit t intellect Mr hercr comes rith the highest commendationst He the head traveler fora largo wes ern wal paper house and is in every ray worthy of the prize he has won Vhile Miss McGinn will be missed by tar nuraerousfriendsf utill ihe very wst and most earnest wishes will How br to her new home The Umax extends the heartiest congrtt ilations and wishes for a life of un illoyed htppiness Important liinjecf Time on th Lo ulm IIAtlantic Railroad Oiuuday April IGth the following jlmnpes will bemade in the arrival and departure of trains on the IfOuisvllle Atlantic Rsiad at Rlchnond viz Train JTo2 will depart at 000 a m same as at present Train No 1 Will arrive at same time as at present 1151 a in and will depart at 1205 p m for Irvine and Beat tyville Junction arriving at Irvine 1OJ Beattyville 240 and Bealtyville Junction at 300 pm Train No 4 will leave Beattyville Junction at 3SO p in arriving at Richmond at 335 pm Train Wb 3 will arrive at Richmond from Versailles nt same time as at present ft 10 p m Train No 5 will leave Richmond at 630 am arriving at Irvine at 730 Beattyville at 905 leave Beattyville at 1000 and arrive at Beattyville Junction at 1020 a in in time for connec tion with tho L E for Jackson Train No 6 will leave Beattyville Junction at 1030 a m arriving at Richmondat l30xp m leaving at 135 p m for Versailles arriving latter point at 325 p m making closo connection at Nicholasville and Versailles for trains for Lexington and Cincin nati and Shelby ville and Louisville Sunday service will be inaugurated first Sunday in June Schedule will be announced laterM HACKER Agent The Stallion Show The annual stallion show has been considered from time immemorial the great event of the season The first Monday of April being set apart for that purpose brings out every horde of every style and quality and for that lay the horse is king The street is given up to him and business stops while he receives Probablyno no better lot of horses wos ever shown on the streets of Richmond than was exhibited Monday Among the prominent ones was Verdict 1621 bflJrvlmtMadison Stock Yards is a dark chest nut 16 bands high and coming six years old He has as much natural style and action as any stallion living absolutely free from blemishes and combines all the qualities as to looks breedingstyle and action Verdicts career as a show horse has raiely been equaled winning in some of the lar gest horse shows in the State Farwood 16796 standard and reg istered abeautiful chestnut stallion 16 hand high will make the season at Richmond in the hards of Robert Walker Farivood has a twoyearold trial in 227 over a mile track driven by a farm hank and stepped J mile in 032J Mr Pargerson of fenn bought Farwood as t yearling for 4000 and refused 6000 for him as a threeyearold Farwood has Rat ural style and action and stands at the head of the list of fine stallions Mahogany Jay 153 hands high will make the season at Joe Chenaultp one mile from Richmond Mahogany Jayattracted much attention He is ijacautifu dark bay colt foaled 1902 land boasts of as proud a lineage as any horse that ever came over the road He was worked 60 days as a two year old last year and trotted a mile in 230 the last quarter in 35 secondsSAnother good one was J O Brooks Recond This stallion is a beautiful bay 151 hands high good style ad action goes all the gaits and is three years old this season anll is making the season near Union Vidette Squirrel 23G9 is a chnst nut coming 4 yeat old with good style and action lIe will make the season at Smith Oldhams near Blue Grass Royal Denmark owned by Dr J W Scudder of Union City is a seal brown coming seven years old and about sixteen hands high Among the other stallions shown were Young Eom by Tom Covington a handsome steel gray W R Boggs Lynn Boyd 44 W A Langfords Chester Arthur making tho present season in Clark county was also out Several out of town horses attracted some attention i A FOOLISH PLAN Tis a Joy to eatI welcome my dinner hour ecause I rout indigestion with August Flowerl Constipation is the result of indigestion biliousness fIatn1enc loss of appetite ielfpthsoninganemia emaciation uric D cf the ystem catarrhal inflammation ofthe intestinal canal and numerous other ailments that rob life of its pleasures if they do not finally rob you of life qlm bound in the bowels is a common expression of people who look miserable and are miserableyet who persist- in letting nature take its course It qwliat n foolish pun when nature could be aided bythe use of Greens August Flower natures own remedy for constipation and all stomach illc qAugust Flower gives new life to the liver and insures healthy stools 3 qTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale at R C Stocktons drug store The largest assortment of carriages buggies phaetons and wagons ever brought to Richmond are now on dis play at the Richmond Carriage Works and it you will call and get prices on any of tlie above mentioned goods you certainly will make a purchase as our prices are lower than ever before EICHMOND CARKIAGE WORKS S L MidkifT Prop Dr G S Savage one of the oldest Methodist preachers in the State died last week aged 91 yea- rsCARL D will make the present season at the Chenanlt farm one mile north of Rich mond at 8 to Insure a Living Colt and Jennets at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Description and Pedigree CarlO is five years old on August 24 next 15J hands high black with white points extra length very extra hone and substance and is a sure breeder By John D he by Long tellow he by Howetts Alexander Cart Ds dam by Leon 2d he by Imp Leoll2d dam Imp Leon 1st dam by Black Hawk he by Imp Warrior Richmond Chief will also make the season at 8 to Insure a Living Colt He is a half nrother to Ca1 D their dams being the same Richmond Chief is jet black with white points 15f hands high 3 years old on the 24th ot April and is by Vm L he by Wm L Todds j uk and he by the great Marina duke iitd he by Tntcarorn the 2 l liE by Tuscarora Richmond Chiefs let dam same as Carl D 2d dam Grey Bird she by Lord Lyn he by King Cyrus These pedigrees are not as full as we can give but are enough so to show that they are as well bred asany in Kentucky Great care taken to prevent accident s or escapes but will not be responsible ahatild either occur If mares or jen netts are parted with season money is Ine otherwise wo insure a living colt to stand up and suck GJ White Son April 3 1905 Public Sale and Renting At my homcjplace near Richmond Ky o- nSaturday April 15 05 at 10 oclock a m promptly- I will sell nt public auction all my stock crop and farming implements without reserve or bybidding viz 3S head feeding cattle 30 head yearling cattle work mules one pair 3 years oM horses hogs etc farming implements carriage 2 buggies one nnw licrntss WII OIl and buggy mowing machine 2 corn shatters wheat drill harrows cultivators plows etc corn hay and fodder The personalty is upon ini home farm subject to inspection I will also lease subject to present contract for the year 1905 my Jacks Creek Farm Containing 300 Acres at public auction if not leased before 40 acres in corn 30 acres in wheat I will also lease privately my Home Place Containing 130 Acres- TERMSCash for all personalty be torn propertyis removed Rents note with approved security payable Jan nary IJKJQ Fur further particulars address BRTUS J CLAY Richmond Ky April J 1903 Good Health to the Children Children especially are fondof dainties and the housekeeper must locarefully to their food As good cake can be made only withI goodeggs so also a cake that is health ful as well as dainty must be raised with a powderRoyal in the preparation of the hghestquality pf food It imparts that peculiar light ness sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake scuitdughnutscIUsts etc and what is more impcgrtant nder5 the f tQyoungdi ajL c f i ccn RfM MIU 5 J t 1h p iIr rO 1 u 10 j Estrayiors A white male and a back sow oinifI s my place 3 mile northeast of Rich lond about ten days ago and tiM ince been cared for by me Owner an have sombYpaying charges ieli224t Pleas Ponton Silts I desire to state that I am necnt f oth the Chas A Stevens and Edward ft Grossman Company and will order allies walking skirts suits and silk ihirt waist suits Give me a call f Mrs James Moores Hobson Building We have the price and thewaeon why not buy the Birdsell wagon when ou can get both Imchtf D B M5i l k Co When in town looking for a wagon dont fall to see the Birdsell wagon at D B Shackelford Cos Smchtf forJ1lcBest for sale at lowest prices Cash or on time- R M West Lancaster Ky 8uich2m The M B Parrish Schoorof Phon ograpbv Hobson Building Latest in struction Positions secured her pupils tf The American In the only horse high hog proof and bull strong fence that is made Rememberwe are at the same old stand Smchtf D R Shackelfoid Co 0lymplrIthat money can buy We buy them in car load lots and can save you money if you are in need of a stove of nnv kind C E Douglas Co feblo 8t The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the5 great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations ore offered for the genuine Ask for Foleyb Hbn ev and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate per sons For sale by it C Stockton 22 inch 1m Mrs HaWs Miracre Experiences Similar to This Have Oc casioned Considerable Comment in Richmond Few women are better known in Lockport N Y than Mrs Pattie D Hall as she belongs to one of the best families and has a large circle of friends and acquaintances In a recent inter yiew Mrs Hall said Tie experience I have been through in the last two years stems like a miracle I was so badiy off that life seemed almost unendurable nnd my deafness increased so that I could scarcely hear anything The fenffbca tion in my chest and the indigestion caused by my catarrh produced very severe suffering I had five different physicians bought ereVything that anybody recommended to me but dually give up in despair One day my milliner asked mn if I had ever tried Hyomel I began tI e treatment and can thankfully testify that Hyomei does cure this terrible liisejse Since using it my hearing is roatly improved and the only time I have any catarrhal trouble is when I take cold I then use Hyomei and al ways get instant relief My friends and acquaintances marvel at the change in my health and hearing Hvornei tins made many cures ofca tarrh and in connection with Hyomei hahn of catarrhal deafness in Rich mond Similar experiences to that of Xfrs Halls have created a large sale lor Hyomei with B L Middelton The complete outfit including the Inhaler costs but SI while extra battles are but 50c Ask B L Middelton to show you the strong guarantee under which he sells Hyomei Ayer PiI1 Want your moustache or beard abeantiful brown or rich black Use we are t with have of stock one would onr tions season about our lower anj line and this sate We have purchased a big stock of from oneof the best in Cincinnati which boys and odd pants and in order to sell them out quick we offer them a great less than the manufacturing price and everything in line will go In the proportion We have one lot of boys knee pants at 25c a pair one lot boys zaps lOc etc THE LOUISVILLE UltEAPq A Dobrowsky proprietor 9 First street C E Co have just re1 calved a car of wagons Prices CI IPas1IIYbod8 feb16 8t in and Chicago antI Decemlmv of tledeathsla New York slid were teem Mia Honey Tar only t9orUieeough heals and af r nfth Ithe1ungnnd JMMMUWWW 00 do chances a cold ww any when FoleY sod q pw reuls by B r zz no- J1 I Hemorrhages the Lungs Several years since my lunga wore 10 badly nflected that I Jladmanr hemorrhages wries A M Ake of Wood Ind I took with leveral physicians without any benefit I then started to take Honey mil Tar and my lungs now are as ioinJ as a bullet recommend it in stages of lung trouble Fo eje Honey and Tar stops the cough and heals the lungs and se rious results from a cold Refuse sub stitutee For sale by R C 22 mch our elegant of Carriages etc before making a We are at the lowest possibleprices Works S L Midkifl Prop The best wagon made the Stude baker is for sale by O Celf158tfsfewby Carriage Works A D Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices purchasing anything this We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky Vm Calvin Taylor D Buckley You will find us near corner with a complete line of Hardware Stoves and Tinware Tin and galvanized work on notice Get our prices buying a guaranteed on all Roods D Buckley I desire to say that I am agent for the Charles A Steven Great Style Store of Everything in ladies fine custommade cloth suits silk and mohair shirt waist suits and skirt Samples and styles shoTii before you order A fit assured and Sit tis faction guaranteedMrs A Moores Hobson them in the house Take one when you feel or act di on the OOKINOHAMS DYE nt eta or ltcuJl LIIULLa co IUJHU X II MARKftes SoieSULVAGE The hardships of the winter have passed and now prepared you your spring We an line Dress Fabrics Stocks Hosiery Zephyrs Calico and in fact everything pertaining to the dresser This is of superlative splendor nnd magnitude and that you just enjoy to peruse over Our spring are now on at store We would sugcest early selec this and dont linger in the prices Wo assure that prices are than in townIIhouee and ook over tim mammoth convince of the sin Icerityof treat clothing manu facturlng firms contains minsand clothing will at bargain my same of at Yoursfor STORE No 29mch3m Douglas load Death Rate New York Daring November 1903 onefilth Chicago paramo Foleya and set but preveate sot take on iiHC IJHoneY TwrwWI cure yon kljrwMl J1oWI Poraale Cured Of treatment Foleys advanced prevents Stockton urn- Examine display Buggies purchase telling vehicles Richmond Carriage Douglas Estes Prop All before in line3 Buckley W Co McKees done short before pump Prices W Co Chicago perfect Building Keep bilious dizzy They rectly Iiveric1feii supply fittings purchased immense Notions Underwear Ginghams showings exhibition asking yourself statement Slaughter t 20000 lQ Owen McKee 1 Leader in f Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and NotionsI JJ9iWJK L I DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS We are still agents for the old and reliable Oliver Chilled Plowt which needs no introduction as there is none t betters We also sell the Bissell and Lynchburg Hillside Plows and are making the prices lower than they can be bought anywhere Why buy something just as good when youi can buy the genuine Oliverfor less money from us We are also head quarters for Plows Collars Trace Chains Back Bands Double and Sin gle Trees Tornado Tigeriand Hamilton Disc Harrows Deering 60tooth Harrowsi- n fact everthing the farmer needs Give us acallt f Di SIiuckfordCc w P BAXTER Telephone 412 Wall Paper Painting Paper Hanging Will show you a complete line of Wall Paper all the new novelties in modem decorations including Crown Effects Stripes Cloth Hangings Denims Florals Panel and Two Tone Effects Papers are from the ofFrederick Beck Company The Syracuse Paper Pulp Co IIt the two largest Wall Paper manufactories in the worlds J J Samples can be seen at my residence on EastJ Main streetor t bring them to you i Estimates cheerfully made s Superior workmanship WALL PAPERi IIiiIi4 Picture Frames Until further notice we will offer great reduc tions in all kins of Picture Frames Below are quoted prices 1 One opening frame lOc TwoH H15c ThreeH H29c 1Fouru It39c 449c Frames 69x20 69ctoi We also desire to call attention to the fact that we have in f stock a complete liRe o- fCurtain StretchersIWindow Shade Hangers lOc each Flexible Metallic Curtainl Rods lOc each Galvenized Watering Pots for chickens 4Cc We have bargains in hundreds of other articles too numercus mentionThe Racket Store Suit Bratton Prop Main Street Richmond Ky c Y 4 Fffi ffi iIffi7IF F t1 GREAT SACRIFICE Iersii 5 Mothers and fathers we can interest ypu E Boys Suits short pants costing from1 to 2 anil3atS0ctsID Our 3 and 5 Boys Suits short pant at 2 Our Boys Long Pants Suits 4 5 and i at tiW N c 1 Come quick and secure bargains Our 9 10 and 12 Boys tong Pant Suits at71 5 est 150 Corduroy Pants ntelI2- Onr 125 Corduroy Pants ut 87ici This is a great Sacrifice Sale Gome quickand secure bargains iii r LOUIS ANpofillS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Sole agents forAlfred Benjamin CosCorreet Clothing forMm We arc now dlspla1ing the I t spring styles R ICbJ1t1l shryock the famous Bluegrails Ctter has chirge Ot our Merchant tDe GIVE RIM A CALL 71 IE ffr QI t JIM iiIJ t C An Opportunityc s In order to reduce our stockwe willuntilc anythirginour 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Geta bargain before they are all gone llfcxxuk Catnap JDoxvs n IRICHMOND KY ii Peebles Sweet Hickory Coffee PrasaBros SOLE AGENTSr jf MAUISTdEET PHONE 165 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APR 5 1905 Gardening Is the order of the day The Foreign Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet Fri day afternoon at thrfe oclock Those desiring cultivated hemp seed should call on or address R M Boss Kirkaville Ky 29mch5t Mr Carl Todd has begun the erec tion of a house on Glyndou Avenue and Mr Talton Todd one on Fourth street Who sets the American Steel Fence It can bo found at D B r Shackelford 2 Cos and the puce is lower thai verySlnchtf Its the little colds that grow into bip colds the big cojds that end in con sumption and death Vatch thclittle colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup movement is on foot to hold a mammoth tobacco and grain lair in Lexington this coming fall A foui days exposition with 10000 in premi ums is proposed Elsewhere in this issue will be found the advertisement of Louis and Uus Strauss the popular clothiers of Lexington They have something to say to our readers which will likewise be of benefit to them For Rent Nice store room on Second street suitable for grocery or other line ol merchandise Apply to Judge J C Chenault or this office tI j A Real Cabbage SnakeIMr David Chenault who resides 4neartown nays he can testify that there IR a genuine cabbage snake Ho says he saw one over at College Hill and de scribed it eta being about the color of the cabbage and the size of No 8 thread J rt Uub Notes TIe Art Club of RichmondJhold its rpcnlar meeting on March ifrth at the Elks Club Rooms The subject for the afternoon was Architecture which was made most interesting by the four in structive paper contributed Miss Mattie Tribble read a comprehensive paper on Distinntlve features of different styles of Architecture Mrs A R Her nain told in a most pleasing manner of American Homes of Historic Interest Modern American Millionaire Homes wero attractively describe by Mrs A W Smith Mrs John Hooe Russel nMl very beautiful paper on Tin Old Kentucky Home after which Miss faiira Itright swoetly sang Tlu Old Kentucky Home Centest of Music and Elocutions The seoond annual contest of musk and elocution will be given under the auspices of Million Lodge No 28 1 0 O F the latter partof April The pro gram will consist of the following Best piano duetFirst prize f3 eecond prize SI Best recitation by boy or girl under 14 vearsolagimFlrst prize S3 second prize SI- IJpst vocal solo by boy or girl undo H years ot areFirst prize 3 second prize Best piano ioloPrizi Best recitation by young ladyFirst prize 5j second prize SI Bett vocal duet Prize 55 Best recitation by yonug manFln1 prize S3 second prize SI lIst vocal solo by young lally6 Best vocal solo by young mnnS Any applicant in this contest should register with Mr BJuett and Mist Mamie Campbell at McKees store =c SEASONALEt SUGGESTIONS Acme Cement c Wa Plaster standard of the VOHLD Just as cheap as Inferior kinds More sold than aliy halfdozen brands combined SPECIFY it in your CON TRACTS and your plastering will be EVERLASTING We have just received fresh Car of Lime White Northern Seed Oats Hay Shipstpff Crushed Corn LetchW Witt at L N epotjPhone 142 j coo Visa Elders Millinery department 29mch 2t New laces from 1 cent up at E ders 20mch2t A lazy liver makes a lazy man Bur dock Blood Bitters Is the natural never failing remedy for a luzy liver Lost Between rIt A depot and Main street pair of gold rimmed nose glass es Reward for return to this office 2t Big Shipment The produce firm of Gott Brothers received lastSattirdav 93 cases and five lozen eggs making a total ot 2915 ellr by tar the largest shipment ever re ceived here in one day Another Namesake for Woos Clarence Everett Woods Kuns i thename given to the infant son of eityThisexeditor of the CLIMAX now a candi date for the Democratic nomination for Mayor Irdfcndrat Order of Foresteis E P Johnson D S 0 R Supreme Organizer of time I O F is at present in Richmond engaged in the work of organizing a Court ofsaid order in this city The onjer o ers the advantagns of undoubted security having a cash reserve of nearly 9000000 a fixed rate of premium with disability oldage and sIck and funeral benefits at the lowest possible cost consistent with safety Will go to the Country Mr and Mrs C D Miller who are now visiting relatives In Tennefeee will return the last ot this week and will go immediately to the country to reside They wilr locate near Kings ton where Mr Miler will engage in the chicken business lie expects to conduct quite a chicken farm and he has the best wishes of hosts of friends- in his undertaking BidS Wanted The undersigned will receive eat maten from contractors for tho erection of a two story bank building vault etc Bids will be open until the 15th of this month Specifications will be fur nished on applicaion The right to re ject any or all bids will be reserved John Baumstalk C L Searcy G S McKinney Building Committee Teachers Examination The examination of applicants for positions in Caldwell High School will be held at the fchool building on Fri day and Saturday of April the 21st and 22nd The examination of applicants for positions in the Colored High School will be held on the same dates in the colored school building Those desiring to make application will please hand in their names to the following committee on teachers T T Covington 2t Z T Rice farm Purchased Mr Thomas GofT of Fayette County purchased of Mr Dudley Tribble what is known as the Robert Tribble farm on the Lexington pike five miles from Richmond The sale was brought about through the efforts of Col DW fribble the most hustling real estate agent in the county Mr Goff is the oldest sou of tile late John GofT of Clark County well known here and his coining to our county will be ap preciated by all of our citizens who like to see wideawake business flier cist ttlir lot with us v A Complimentary Notice We arc in receipt of a copy of TIir South published at holly Springs Mississippi inwhlch was a notice con cerni OIl a reception given by Nisi Estill Walker formerly of this city and liar frlond Mies Warren in honor ot the Daughters of the American Re volution Miss Walker is a lineal de scendent of the Estill and Millet families from whom she gets her registered Red White and Blue blood he is engaged as teacher in a bigfol lege at Holly Springs The notice speaks tn the most complimentary terms of the reception and the hostesses Concerning Madison County Boys The Shelby Sentinel had the folldw ine notice concerning siiveral Madison County boys which will be of interest to their friends hare Messrs T C Tuseey Hugh Mellon Steve Stuart and Alva Tnssey of Rich mond W D Pryor ot Nicholasvllle P 0 Rowland of Eminenceand kr B Johnson of Lexington who have been here for the past ten dajs canvassing the county for the T C Tussey Co left Tuesday evening for Taylorsville to begin the canvass of Spencer coun ty While here they had rooms at the Shelbyvillo College The young men while here deported themselves aa gentlemen and their work Is proving satisfactory Mr W D Pryor was called to his home In Nicholasvllle Tuesday morning by the serious illness of his mothej We can sell you a range for what anyone else will aakyoafor a eommon cast box stove X E DOUita A Co feli58t tort DavIConsidering the busy season with farm ers an unusually large crowd was in for April court Monday Madison Count Stock Yards report 800 cattle on the market ranging from 3J to 4 join pike About 30 mules Were sold bringing from 275 to 300 per pair Business iraong the merchants was brisk and the day passed without any accidents or disturbances Elks Officers At the regular meeting of the Elks lodge on last Friday nightThe follow ing officers were elected for the ensu big 3 ear Exalted Ruler J Tevle Cobb Lending Knight WR Shack elford Lecturing Knight D R Free than Loyal Knight W B Bright Secretary A B Farris Tyler T O ONeal Trustee T B Collins and rrt surer L P Evans This is the second yearof service with Mr Cobb Mr Farris Mr Oal and Mr Collins Mr Cobb was also selected as repre sentative to the Grand Lodge Over A Thousand Guests During March Manager T J Tribble of the new St Charles Hotel formerly the Garnctt louse requests the Climax to state the public that his hotel Register shows that 827 transient guests registered dur lug last month This does not include the 150 dinners served last court day nor hundreds of rivermen who stopped Ht the St Charles during the same period Mr Tribble is delighted with the prospect and declares it his inten sion to keep the table up to its present high standard The entire hotel has been renovated and is in good order Chasjplonshlp dame On next Saturday Lexington will he the scene of a game of baseball between rime Cincinnati Reds of the National League and the team of Kentucky University The Reds expect to win the championship of the National Ueague this year and will have their itar players with them At the same time the University which held the championship in 1904 have an unusual Iv fast team this year and will give The Reus a warm time A great game is expected and is sure to be witnessed by a large crowd A True Appetizer and Tonic c liuna Will Make You Feel Hungry and Heartyand Give Strengtht and Vitality Ask any Irieml who looks thin pale and out of health how many meals he r the eats a dny and the chances arc that the answer will be not over two and I dont feel hungry then The plump rosy and robust eat three square meals daily and their perfect health is due to a strong stomach and digestive system as such ti system takes out of the food sal those elements that make pure blood and give nourishment and vitality to the body The one appetizer and tonic thaj should be taken is Miona the only agent known that will strengthen tlq stomach and digestive system and put themJn such working orderthat they will digest easily and naturally all the food that is eaten and send you to the table positively hungry for the next neal Without a strong stomach digestion will be poor the blood impure and tei rlous liver and kidney troubles result causing headaches backaches spots before the eyes dizziness sleeplessness nervousness irritableness a furred tongue and bad breath all cf whiclr can be readily ovfercoroa bv the use of MiOna costing but Soc a box as it goesright to this foundation of perfect health tbe stomach I Scores ol leading people in this State I inclnrtiug editors joiinisters bankers land their UiaHIj rjlidly testify to the toiiieetreflgtheflK healthvuljt efFects of Miontu Furthermore B L MIdd lt Hioolor the tnwt rrttoW lrll iuthiifee ern Mi iin4errIthtql rruud the If itdww not woduei tWaciocy re 3 i1 11 u I i 0 Vcietw New HalfJLi Tithe to lay aside that faded winter SIidtand get under one of our new spring styles Here youll find a splendid display of all the newest HId ks of fashion styleInto suit his size age height and complexion All the best brands are shown Youmans Roelofs Pioneer Hedden Stetson and others Easy to getjthe hat you want at the price you want to pay quality guaranteed in every one r 1 125 150 2 250 3 350 4 and 5 1 Qovlngton and BanksOUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS An Honor At a meeting recently held in Den ver Colorado by the National Stock Association of Goat raisers Me J H Boggs of Nicholasville was chosen as a member of the General Committee to attend the next meeting in 1000 Ar Bogs is a former resident pf this coin ty and his friends will be pleased learn of this hews of him toI Sudden Death Mr John Owens died very suddenly Monday night at the home of Mr Hoard near Kingston Mr Owens was a resident of Fort Garrard in Woodford county and was 74 years of age He vas among tle court day crowd here Monday and seemed in the best of health He went home with Sir Hoard feeling as well as usual and with out the slightest warning dropprd dead He leaves a large family in Woodford county Another Rural Route Madison county is gradually getting in line with our neighboring counties in the way of rural mall delivery We have at present two routes and the third one will be established about slay 1 This route will go out the Dig Hill pike to the intersection of this and the Speedwell pike on through Speed well to Brassfield Elliston and Waco This section is one of the most densely populated in our county and this route will be gladly welcomed by the progressive tanners out that way James A White colored oHhis city has been appointed as carrier he having passed the examination and stands at the bead of the list Kr William Arnold Dangerously Injured Lest Saturday while driving down Main street Mr William Arnolds horse becamefrlghtened aUl pile of mm ber near Zarings mill and ran Both the driver and Mr Arnold Were thrown from the buggy but only tin latter was injured Ho received si vere wound on the back of his head besides a broken thumb and other In juries He was taken into the express office and from there was removed tc his home where he lies jn a most Crit ical condition He huts never regained consciousness and very little hopes art entertained for his recovery his ad vanced age 84 years being against him Mr Arnold is one of our best knowi and wealthiest citizens His beautiful suburban home Arlington is one o he most admired in this locality Friends have eagerly and anxiousl sought for news from his bedside sine the accident and everything possibh is being done for his comfort and res toration to health Tho tenderest uym pathy is extended 10 his family it these days of temble anxiety and suspense Madison Institute Chujcs Hands A t a meeting ol the Board o rrustee of Madison Institute held Saturday Professor G P Siuimdiia was selected to take the charge of the school ana fiji the place made vacant by the resignation of Elder J W McGarvey Professor Simmons is already well known to our people He has for some time past successfully conducted the Kirksville College and is at pretenr connected with the Paint Lick school tie is a thorough scholar an elrgan Christian gentltiiian and in everywnj is most able suited for the responsible position he will soon aiisuine We most heartily congratulate tie Trustees in capablewillmaketo a standard Hurt his faculty will b the betitteacheis Madison Insti tute hiss long been identified with tn leading feninln collegia of the South anti RjcliHiontl and Madison County citizens are naturally prpuil ot sucli a school For the past twp years it haV been under the able management ol Pnifeswr I W MtGrJ Jr who will next year be connected with tbt wpbelUH german Co4l eat Las ibflton aDd hw turadkmt famik mads many friends wbil t her a4d th beet wiBbeCoUU will follow than ki their nw field of f11 Pmfwior 8iw moils wiij coma Iii JUcbmood Icier aM iawilIrive R w Wm Dd iwrsr wel- kiouiiis itth 1iiiido t iIWrtifremta who will wteb hti Ii sossin hi new work o o 1 lr ITo the Democratic Voter of Richmond As tho date of the city Democratic primary ia rapidly approaching I de sire lo again call time attention of the voters to my candidacy for Chtef of Police and solicit the aid and euppQJt of the Democracy of this city In the eventof my election I pledge to faithfully discharge the dutier of the offlje without partiality ever being on the alert to bring to justice any violators of the law I will be glad to have all voters on erection day when entering the booth to cast their ballots to consider my qualifications and if you be iievo me capable of discharging the duties of this important office then give me your support which will he always appreciated Yours respectfully 2t W M Creek- mureDIATHr Tonn Mr Huston Todd of Irvine died very suddenly at hid home last Friday His death was due to heart failure Mr Todd formerly resided here He is survived by a wife and several children TAYLOB Mr Sidney Taylor of Million Madison county died Wednesday morning of stomach disease complica ted by old age He leaves no children but leaves his wife and several grand children Among them are B W Turner salesman with Graves Cox Co Messis Fife and Clophas Turner formerly of Lexington now of New York and Miss Annie Turner at school at Nazareth His nephew and name sake Sidney Taylor is foreman of the composing room of the Kentucky Ga zette Mr Taylor was a prominent farmer of Madison county and his death is mourned by a wide circle ol friendsLexington Leader Hooligans Fun how The comedy winch has made mill ions of people laugh will arrive here next Friday April 7 with Hooligans Troubles and a big bunch of fnntnakers well known comedians the greatest dancers sweetest singersnewest nov elties catchy specialties HoollganV Troubles has a worldwide reputation for laughing purposes as so much hat been written and caricatured abon Hooligan that lie appears to be the laughing stock for everybody All this crowned heads cracked heads swelled heads and deadheads of Europe are still laushlng over Hooligans Troubles beyond doubt thefunniesteomedy eve produced After you have finished laughing at one thing you find your sell splitting your sides over anothtr Hooligans Troubles Is comedy incubator that dipetesorrdw sad blues a night of pleasure fur the boys girls abd grandma and grandpa two and half hours of solid tun anti ntimerouc surprises Some one oace said Bles edbe he who can wake humanity laugh itself into forjaetfaluess suit thte is what H oiaaa TrouWtk is doing to the publie It ki evident that erwy rM rved seat will be sold before Heolifran reaches town Bring the whole family from baby in the cradle t4lma in the ekor rrieN2j 35 jaWItHCriMf s tkatoe4- t 1LTIHssi4My lqw ternaV r iolta ter Irndf at Eiders amcfcflt n0 r c In Memoriam Died at her residence in Richmond on Tuesday March 21 1005 Mrs Liura Luxon French wife of Mr R L French f With every passing hour we are reminded more and more of the uncer tainty of life and the certainty ol death but it is seldom that the scythe of the Glm Reaper makes so wide and deep a swathe She is gone and there is left in our hearts and home a vacancy which no tear can eer express no tongue can tellno human sympathy reach no power on earth can fill Just at this gateway from youth to womanhood from the bud to the bloom of life slit vfas called to blossom in eternity Brave generous selfreliant kind hetedJik and true she was wa l1ngi rioneoftMvlrtnelo Christian onianbood Totlie sorrowing amflYJr Xclfl- ourhearltelt sympatbviI Se t time biany friends whdBffaJljmIsshejklCiU acts and loving word we mingle our tears with theirs Quietly she is sleeping now but death is not nn eternal sleep Some day when this mystic mist shall clear how joyou will bf the meeting Is she not our loved one still And loves us none the less Shes gone away to come again To watch us and to bless When falls the night upon the earth And all In darkness lies The sun is not dead but radiant stillI Beams bright on other skies And when the eve star groweth dim Upon this brow of iiight It still shines on though earthly eyes Will miss its mellow light Some oUter world is glad to see Our star thats gone away The light whose going makes our night Makes somewhere else a day Why there should be this gathering home To yonder golden strand Of one so young so fair so free We cannot understand TIs not lor in His will to know Nor the mightt His command But bye and bye on EmHess Day All things well understand Farewell fond friend abltterthought A kiss a parting hand In pangsof bitter sorrow wrought Until we understand But not today then be content pcoi heart Gods plan like lillies white unfold We must not tear the leaves apart Time will reveal the calyx of gold And if through patient toll we reach the land Where tired feet arid weary bodies rest When we shall clearly know and understand I think we all will say God knew the best ELlI Why dont you fence your farm and keep your old cow at homo Some will say what fence must to buy Undo Sam uses the Page Fence it ought to do yours Sold by JFCOYJ The GHee 5ale The J L Green sale was ccwJHCtesl it Bootiesbore lest atxday by that popular auctioneer John A SWearer There was a Urge crowd preeertand bidding was lively Cows brought Qtub11KIltfromt2 and Uwi llJi per pomsadahkkeesoki- or 41et each iarming impl tjente l ht Rood pilIIr Stt er an aoptiMwer from ray b cKJand when t fiiU tO KH good ptle 8 UIDOUobO ba4uI o If Here Years Ago Mr W C Gilbert of Lancaster Ohio has accepted a position as painter and paper hanger with the Geo M Willg ing Company Mr Gilbert worked here twentyfive years ago in the employs ot the late Geo M Willging This establishment is now being conducted by Mr Phil Willgug who is one of our citys moatprogressive young men Ordinary household accidents have no terrors when theres a bottle of Dr Thomas Electric Oil in time medicine chest Heals lurns cuts bruises sprains Instant relFef Why buy an off brand wagon when you can buy a Birdspll wagon for the sime money at D B iihackelford COB Smchff I Wanted District Manager for Madison county for Fraternal Order to collect and appoint agents 1200 position Previous experience not necessary State Manager Louisville Ky Box 578 All vehicles and work turned out by us is guaranteed to be as repre sented It is our constant endeavor to please our patrons and we have long since found out to do this we must be honest in our dealings and sell good goods at reasonable prices Give us a calland we will convince you that our goods are the best and our prices the cheapestRICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S L MidkifT propietor 1Now is the time to plant aIadiumdiokq 1 1 f IJIJ 2JF fJF fA cr 1I VO1t r 1triAi special attention givinT to funeral designs f Albert The FloristTelephone 188 7 I Spring Styles is here and this time for ener al CTdance of a room more than fresh paper J and a new coat of paint or vurllishJThats what we want to tell you about I Our stock is complete We have reV ideas vralore In nil the world you cant find better or more beautiful PAPER 1than s e are carrying this season Then too we employ skilled workmen ami that means as much as merely selecting pretty paper One beauty about our superb stock is that of low prices WeJwant you to come and see us investi j gate our linn and we will promise you r that we have the the gco s and the I Iufflifnrlow West Main Street i RICHMOND KY want picture of your home tolIWe III our Book History pf Rich Madison county I eIereJtleIeXex xeleIeIeT THEY ARE OTI 1p TO HUNT FORIH We have themall the new things in I Shoes Iand Oxfords i m riin button and lace black and tan high medium KB and low heels broad medium and narrow bi iwidths Styles and prices to please all If j 1Iti you wouldnot regret it 40n t uyuntil you see our line Our stock is larger this season 1than ever before J WE GMN PLEASE YOU 1 r J I ARNOLD j RICE AND THE ONE PRICE HOUSE Math Street Richmond Ky i C 0 4- 1 P God Zakes Rolls Biscuits1 cannot be made without good Four Our 1fmill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is oft the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE BYTIIE p 4 Elliston Mill Ca J WACO KENTUCKY TII m DENTAL STOGERT DT1ettte t toosot Vi- J DK3T1IT op LODISVILLB KY GorernmentBcifldtngI rl noTl7lT I J VM Blanton DENTIST aaOfflce lu Bennett Uuilding ll nly TELEPHONE 196 It you have any fencing to do jt will pay you to see C E Douglas Co They have just gotten in n can of Frost wirethe best thats made feb5 8 +CALL AT++++ iJONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found 4 dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSS Phone 3 Second St OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style maru facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur- pOSe You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade lOvear old in jnga 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5I Ijugs 250II 5 bottles 3 H gallonOrders WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F Enright First Street F DR LANUMAN Hotel Glyndpn Wednesday Apr 121905 HAVE YOU TRIED OUR MQll1taift Ash Mini Goal It not you are missing one of lifes luxuries The Mountain Ash Jellico Coal is free from impurities and because of its superior burning qualities is the Smostsatisfactory Jellico Coal produces for either Grates Stove or Furnace Try it and we guarantee that all your worry over bad dirty coal will cea- seBeattyville Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr e Tel 184 Yards Aspen ave tuWWtttr c A Taylor has everything the farmer needs orhiskSpring Plowing J v- Itne TT handles the celebrated tt VULGAN PLOW and also has Cooking Stoves etc of tt the latest pattern and lowest prices ttt tt Roofing and Guttering a t Specialty 11a 1 WeVe Hired Uncle 1 SamAS our agent to SHOW and SEIionr throughhi Icqii ra u ml This it a pedal offering Spring Suits at 10 and 5IIThey ar blade Thibet for dress ib iWontThtytsty3esVluitend ask for camples and measure you saw THIS ad in strfiloMcst house In our in tIe Scuft We OWN our building udlii ve cone busine ou the SA3 larom ORTV YEARS We set CIOTlttNG BATS andFDRNISHi CJGS for men and bojs SHOES forevery body We PiVEZPRESS on J5 worth and send ati UnJECTTO APPROVAL Style hooks forill Jincsfreeoa request JM us bear from you LEVYSlikir4 an JMarkei LrQISVIILE r II rEE r Anosrat j aCIIiIf u- It CWo m the Bar rreraWaUontBuk fl41IIIy J4A rv ATTOIUUYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co ofr posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSATL4W RICHMOND KSNTUCKV Office on Second street over Chen nlts grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennett old law ouce over Perry Thomas drugstore LnrgestVII 1 Mammoth Red Cob White Dent utisfactoyIlGOLDEN KINGThe best early large yellow Fell stocks of other superior torts Write for list and prices and improve your Crop BLUE RIBBON SEEDS- Are always Hit most economical to use AttlCDED 3tljll LOrIS largest stocks Vegetable and FIrfinds Alfalfa Rape Grass and Clovtr tds Seed Potatoes Cow Peas Sojr Ben Millet Sor ghum etc- DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ARB Y U INT RE TBD IN THB Condition of Y- ourTeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25c Teeth Filled 50c With Gold 1 Solid Gold Troth f4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are Jnstis teeth pad theyare the best no matter what you pay for having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Ccluloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky ru MARK5STIX l g CINCINNATI BootsShoes Rubbers j Cost leastWear BesttSalesman E C BOGQS oooaoosooo Co jDiamonds Watches Cocks Cutglass F Alt kinds of Jewelry Vand Precious Stones fyery description rThese are some of the be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to go take them to Lane he c will fix them If your ring needs reeetting tak it to Lanes hell fix that too If yon want anything that 1 V can be found in a first class Jewelry establishment go to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles Lanecc Wire Fence I am agent for the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing tr purchase the best wire fence will call n or address- J D LONG vtlOMvr Richmond Ky TaJephone H Tuxon and Bro or economy and smokeless coal foi urnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf Eczema scald head hives itchinrss if the skin of any sort instantly reo ieved permanently cured Doann intment At any drug stone KILLTHECOUCHAND WITH FOR GIJ Dr Kings II New Diseoerv fUGHSand OLDS PmII aureet and aalckMt Curt for THBOAT and XTntTO I30 11Iz orJlO JC II cJalby 39 NI CkWU I h Itn L iJtHai btg y c 310 acres on pi e4 tnilealram liar rodsbHrg brlolf house 3 barns tobacco farm at96Jln aero 102 acres on ptlje 2 mIle from Har rodsburg nice cijttage barns etc grows tobacco ety at 60 an acre 54 acres 1 mlleipf pike 4 miles Har- rods1iurgcotta barn good land 1900 100 acres on pljfo H miles Harrods bnreDrchafdcoJilagemostly in grass at 60 afl acre nearSnlVlsaiMCrcer land f60 an acre iSO acres in Salvisaon pike nice house barns good land at 55 166 acres on plfce 1 mile Harrods burg 1 room house large barn wood land good farm at 60 an acre 1 SO acres 3 miles Harrodsbujrp on pike handsome residence good land 75 acres County road Smiles liar rodsbnrp good house barn wood land at 50 pikehandsomebuildings grows tobacco etc a nice farm 8000 52 acres 4 miles Harrodsbnrg close to pike good cottage barn 3000 160 acres mile Harrodsburg on dwellinglargetine land at 8750 103 acres on pike 4 mlles Harrods goodland156 acres 5 miles Uarrodsburg on pike dwelling f barns grows tobac co etc orchard 5000 166 acres on pike 6 miles Harrods burg near rlhvay station mostly in grass 6 room h use 2 a nice farm and cheap at 42 40 acres on Kentucky river near Oregon Mercer county nice house barns some bottom land a good farm 2000 171 acres on pike 8 miles JJarrods burg 2 miles railway station row 2 story 7 room bouse large barn fruit farm mostly in grass 5130 200 acres fine land on pike 8 miles Harrodsburg 5 room house walnut woodland will grow anything price bug1lnMO near Boyle line 6 miles Harrodsburg fine dwelling 5 barns 200 acres now in wheat is a beauty price 86 an acre 251 acres on pike 6 miles Harrods burg mw residence and barn fine to bacco land at t70an acre 215 acres on pike 5 miles Harrods burg 7 room house good land worth the money at price 35 an acre 170 ucres on county road 2 miles cast of Burgin 5 room house barn good land price 40 an acre 264 acres at limits of Harrodsburp no house but two barns good farm grows tobacco cheap at price 50 an acre 74 acres good grass land farm will grow tobacco 8 room house 2 barns worth money at 50 an acre 165 acres on piko near Salvisa 4 room house tobacco land Jays well large barn at J5 an acre 165 acres on pike 3 miles from Har veryfair167 acres in 1i mile of pike 7 miles Harrodsburg room house 2 barns etc good land at 3250 an aero 200 acres in Warren county Ky6miles Bowling Green on pike nice dwelling barn orchard grows to bacco wheat etc 4500 Ex for farm 307 acres Spencer county Ky on roth011se m bacco etc at 50 an acre Ex for farm 500acres 6 miles Lebanon Ky 100 acres in cultivation grows tobacco corn etc 400 acres in timber small house barn etc 2000 148 acres Bourbon county Ky 300 yards of pike 3 miles Little Kock 5 room house tobacco barn tobacco ar d hemp land price 70 an acre 340 acre Garrard county on Ken tucky liver nice residence barn fruit tine hemp wheat cOrn and to bacco landIi bargain at price 35 an acre 427 acres Markn county Ky 6 miles Lebanon near railway station 75 acres in cultivation grows tobacco etc 427 acres timber house and barn 1800 47 acres in Madison county Ky at Oadwin 35 acres in cultivation tine dwelling tine tobacco hemp land at 85 an acre- 900acre plantation in 44 miles of Memphis Tenn in 3 miles railway town 160 acres in cultivation hal ance ip cypress gum ok and hick ory timber 5 room dwelling several smaller houses scales office shop patZturecorn cotton etc 15000 Will cx for a Kentucky farm or other prop payHotel in Hamilton Ill opposite Keokuk 70 to 85 rooms tine mineral well large patronapb convenient to electric cars 15000 Will ex for a Kentucky farm or other property 190 acres in Alachua Fla no im provements fine orange and fruit magnoliatimberEx for equal value TOUR OF ALL MEXICO Tour of all Mexico in Januaiy and February under escort of Beau Campbell General ManagerAmerican Tour sleepjuglars of itinerary address- A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati Ohio Miss 616 Ma ncsWtJ 815 Wells Streetl- lAISKfETTE WlS Scpt25 1903 Iwas sill run down from uervous BC33 and overwork and had to resign my position and take a rest found I vrai not gaining mIstrength and health as as I ofCardusgood medicine for the ills of our sex bought a bottle end began using 1 was itisfied from the use of the first boWe tind too tbrccmoreand then found I was restored to goodh t1- andstrergthnndaQJe to taken my rC11ewCdvigo I consider ita fine t tonditiRaHA WESTLEY aeeree3Iour4 SocLt ofcaidiT1isdferd i 1aDrug1t fid4y WfffEDFCARDUi j 6 oR1c Jr U Graceful Women A DHlrt for n Pcrlect Flgnrp Is Inseparable front a Lose of the Buutifal The scent of the violet or rose is at precious as the lovely flowers whose breath they are and while the lives of flowers are brief and we can only enjoy them for a day the beautiful woman gives the pleasure of her fragrance to us as a nent The soft fragrance purityhealth goodtasteBRADFIKLD Regulatorinof no wrinkles pale cheeks or torturednervesmid shapeless figures It is Natures remedy The druggist may offer something else and call it just as good but the menstrual organs will not be deceived and permanent result Try our Regulator Of all druggists Jr Our treatise on U Woman BB4DFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA U SKELETON IN UNIFORM DIscovery Made by Workmen Tear ing Down Building on Site of Old Centre Market in New York Now York While tearing down the building on the site of the old Central market where the new police head quarters structure Is to be built work men found inan attic over the old courtroom a skeleton clad in a police mans uniform Just one thing pre Vdnted this ghostly find from calling out all the detectives to be found at No 300 Mulberry street and that was the fact that part of the old building had been occupied by a business man who is noted as a practical Joker Nevertheless the workmen who did not know of this man and his jokes were startled and hurriedly notified the police of the Mulberry Street station Roundsman Joyce and Policeman Nathan soon arrived and seeing the tattered blue cloth of the service about the bones picked the uncanny bundle up tenderly and carted it off to the station meanwhile calling upon the do tective bureau for some good detec lives to run down the mystery The uniform was old and dingy but was such as is now worn by the police There was a summer helmet and an old revolver near the skeleton No number orshield was near The name streetBrooklynone of the pockets- A yellow scrap of paper was also in the pocket purporting to be a deed to lot No 2702 in Greenwoou cemetery dated December 5 1848 and signed Robert Wray president Other anti quated trinkets were found in the pocket one of which bore the date 1825 The coroners office knew who had owned the building until recently and did not hasten to make any extensivd investigation FRENCH ARMY SERVICE CUT ILaw Reducing Term from Thte to Years Is PassedFormer Ex emptlons Are Abolisehd Paris The chamber of deputies final ly adopted by a vote of 519 against 32 the military law reducing the term of active service In the army from three years to two years The law will become effect ive on January 1 100C Clauses of the law render every Frenchman liable abolishing former exceptions concern breadwinnerswhose ance Men hitherto released from rom tary service owing to weakness will bfl enrolled In an auxiliary corps The ministers contend that this meas Ure does not decrease the numbers of the army on peace footing which Is 550000 but military experts argue that thera will be a minimum reduction of 25000 because onehalf of the active army will be released annually instead of one third as hitherto and the abolition of exemptions does not ompensate for this The principle of the measure Is all round equality In carrying out this plan pupils of cadet schools must serve one year In the ranks before beginning their studies while students in the van dus professions heretofore serving only 12 months must henceforth serve one year as ordinary soldiers and then on passing examinations become reserve officers during the second year of their service BURY RELICS WiTH HIM Hermit Lives Half Century with Wife But in Death Seeks a Distance Cardiff David Evansof Garth Llan golieh lived for overhaIfa century with his wife on the mountain side overlook ing the vale Eighteen months ago Mrs Evans died and he became practically a hermit But when he felt death coming upon him he professed a rooted objection to being laid to rest by her side and left orders that his body should be taken to his birthplace near Carnarvon for burial His one anxiety was that his coffin should not be forgotten at a Junction on the rail Sundaybesthead and his pipe tobacco and walk Ing stick beside him the old man has just been burled in strict accordance with his written Instructions I FIND TALL CEDAR TIMBER Michigan Woodsmen Cut One Tree Giving a NinetyFoot PoleNo Perfect Ones Munislng Mich That fuera fs ctlll cedar timber of the classification known as long lengths left in this region is Illustrated by operations un tier way In Rock river township Alger county on a tract owned by the J3u perior Cedar company of Detroit 00feetmid was as straight as a stick ot white pine In addjtion to this remarkable specimen 15 poles 70 feet long were cut on the same tract Ninetyfoot poles Are extremely rare In this tart of the United States and IsiUorthern Michigan a perfect cedar tree of greater dimensions Thieves Jteturn i6o One hundred dollars stolen by a burglar from DAVid Thompson MI old Infirm man ot Center orJches N Y a week ago has been returned Il was foand tied to tie outside dborJaiiqii ot iii Fl4lenc6 Jt1shsoadthat the burglars kii is who becatn- oroiub tr etIiIt persltenee othe iiiit j tijpaaiWtlj4 fl w IN cf u c r sAGTIME MUSIC It Refunded From Church Chhnet Manipulated By Experts Louisville Ky MarchilRagtIZnGa- msic on church chimes attracted hun Ireds of people to Trinity M E hurch Third and Guthrie streets Tha chimes which had got out pi worn being put into condition by Experts and the selections used In tHe lent were made with a view to their Ida ihblllty rather than to any relit ious sentiment they might convey The crowd was first attracted By he Jingling shuffling notes of Back back to Baltimore and then while- waited there pealed forth the plaln live tones of Alexander Having fully satisfied themselves that the chImes are In good working ordfir the experts climbed down from the belfry and made their way through the crowd THE HUNT PROPERTY Steps Have Been Made To Take It Over By the State Frankfort Ky March 31The state capitol commission heard the report of Attorney General Hays on his examination of the title of the Hunt site property selected for the new capitol building and took steps to take over the property for the state The com mission will meet again about April 10 next when Architect Andrews will present his additional drawings of tho building and the commission will ar range to advertise for bids for tho work of construction The commis sinners hope to have the contracts awarded not later than May 15 next TOM WHITE It Is Persistently Rumored He Hat Made a Confession Lexington Ky March 31Jt is persistently rumored that Tom White how In the Covlngton Jail under a life sentence for the murder of Jim Cock rill for complicity ifs which offense the Hargis brothers and Sheriff Ed Callahan are under Indictment in this county has made a confession which the prosecution has been relying upon to supply the missing link in the chaiil said to be necessary to Implicate the tour prisoners hece The rumor hrts It that the confession has either been made or will be made to Attorney B Jouett of Winchester Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky March 31Elght hundred and two buds of burley wero offered onthe tobacco breaks prices ranging from 395 to 1650 OnO hundred and thirtyseven hhds of dark were offered at prices ranging frohl J310 to 640 The market was more satisfactory than the previous dat Tax Collectors Enjoined Paducah Ky March 31 Attorney J M Worten owner of property in two city additions filett suit against the city of Paducah the mayor and other officials enjoining them from col lecting any taxes on his property for 1904 on the grounds that the recently made tax levy is invalid Killed By the Cars Newport Ky March 31Chief of Police Deputy received a telegram from the authorities of Cleveland 0 stating that Frank Grosshelm 20 had bean killed by a train there No details wero given Groishcims par ents reside near the corner of Tenth and Patterson streets Announcements FOR MAYOR We are authorized announced OARENCE K WOODS a candidate for Maror of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We ore authorized to announce R E ROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney sub lect to the action of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce THOS H COLLINS a candidate for City Attorney sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge H C RICE a candidate for the office of Pollt e Judge of Richmond subject to the action ofthe Dem ocratic party We are authorized to announce J J GREFN LEAF as a candidate for Judge of tbe Police Court subiecUo the action of the Democratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are athorizcd to announce JAMES H ALLMAK a candidate for Chief of Police of thecity 5f Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce CLAUD DEVORE a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce V W RAE DINacandIdate for the office of Ohief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democatto party We are authorized to ann nnce W M CREEKMOKK a candidate for Chiet of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr T ILSON candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNCILMAN We are authorized to announce EMIL LOU RISfH ax a candidate for the City Council from the mist Enl precinct subject the action ofthe Democratic party We are authorized 10 announce W S OLDHAM a candidate lot Councilman from University Precint subject to the ctlon of the Democratic party We are authorizes to announce Q W GATES i candidate for Councilman from West End Precioct subject to the action of the Democra prtyWe authoriied to announce COLEMAN tfEFPnsa candidate for City Council from the West End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party- Wearesuthorizsd to announce RICHARD J McKEK as a candidate for the City Council from the University precinct subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN A MERSHON a candidate for City Council from the Haft End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W A LANG FORD na a candidate for City Council from the University subject to the action of Ihe 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 ittiL LKB a candidate for reelection to the office of City Councilor Richmond subject tO the ai lion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ilK TTCOVINQTON a candidate for the office of PrecincLJlubjectto Were authorized to ahnonuce JO A MYERS a Candida e for City Council from East End Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party fWe are authorized to Announce ALBERT GENTRY a candidate for Councilman from East End precinct subject to the acion of the I Qcratlcpartrare W to announce iENNlNGfS MAUPIN a candidate for councilman from Rut End precinct subject to tae action of the Democratic party We are anthoilzed toannouhce AiBCARSE as a candidate for City Council frill theEiist Knd nrecicct subject ti the action pi Mw DMB ocratic party s FOR JAILER i 01SHEARERcounty subject to the action of tie WefwWksan party FOE 1IfA0ISTAF- ear authorized toIIIMrr lJ BYKKS a cxndidata for aaIatsf Itftsee4 ilttflsteriall DUtrkt nto4o of the Lemoraticpart J EbR90 T He if IIVNBaCllnd1dpucUcparty li C r a r 4 I t n llGolden announces to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble and Granite ever in Richmond Trade tat home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street Louisville and- Nashville R R is prepared to quote you rates to Any Pointsell through tickets and check your baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale dailySpecial Excuraon Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets- on Sale from Time to Time Through Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Elec tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP Consult your Local Agent who will take pleasurein arranging all details Call on or addressJ W Hamilton Agent L 2T Richmond Ky Will ONEIL Ticket Seller Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Arthur Warrens Admr etc PHI Against Arthur Warrens Creditors Dft All persons having claims against the estate of Arthur Varren deed are hereby notified to file same legally verified with the undersigned at his office in Richmond Ky on or hrfore the 25th day of April 1005 or same will be barred S H THORPE 15m4t M C M C C Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Rice Ct1sinselc Plff against Susan Leavell etc Dft All persons having claims against the estate of Irvine Cousins decd are hereby notified to file thesame 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 15mr4t 11 C M C O We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies undruna boats titan we now have on display in our show room It wiil pay you to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan tiers at moderate prices The best rub ber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works S L MidkifrSPdoj IN ORDER to get the great prize win give you prices on the FENCE f i Sixty Days as follows Four toot lence eleven wires Ieavy stay loop top No7 wire at iC cents per rod Five toot fence 12 wires heavy stay at 55 cents per rod These prices have never been made in this county before JT COYK- IRKSVILLE KY r3 t jLLJNTHlCOUPoNI l f z JD Arhuckle C E Douglas G p- An Simmons Announcement ta thePufclic January 1st 05 Arbuckle Simmons were succeeded E Douglas Co The firm will be composed of the tin f above persons who will be pleased to have their friend 1ii and see them at the same old standtFrost Coiled Spring Steel WireI a car of the best made The Studebaker a car load of Olympic Diamond Ranges- We wadt to further say that we buy most of our v t wagons and stoves in car load lots and if you will conic see us we can sell you tha best goods for as little or i than you will pay for inferior goods Seeing is belt r Come in and you will believe what we have to say Tinwoik and Guttering and Spouting we make a specialty of Would be plea have you let us do your work or give you an estimate 1Respectfully cIE Dooglus Co Richmond Ky SPECIAL RATESvia Illinois Central Railroad CALIFORNIAand colotljdailyMISSISSIPPI rexcursionsIndian Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Texas etc h0ttseekers round trip April 4 to 18 HOT SPRINGS ARK through sleeper Louisville mn via Memphis daily Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special tLow Roundtrip lUten on first and third T iu each month to tiit Southand Southwt Arkansas Indian I Territory Oldahoi and Texas For through rate tickets and rates copies of foM descriptive of California and New Orleans apply to neal railroad agent or address- F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and wheref2animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict withcold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more ivaried than in any other equal area in the world where the of grsat ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small divisionIfwill assure you a competence r Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easilyfinds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and North Western Line Ithe most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous doubletrack railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Onewav Colonist di load Wagons free tickets are sale daily March r May 15 the rate of 3300 from Chicago with atIspondingly low rates from all points give unusual chance make the trip These tickets good on daily and personally conducted excursions on which a double berth in a Pullman touristsleeping from Chicago costs only 700 Roundtrip tickets always on sale from all points at reduced rates via the j Chicago andSouthernI p TS ihTLi Istock on to an to are car are w BKNIIIKJtN PTMCNWRYChiIU 55 aadfnUpiir4kgaw i j t 7 i C tI Q 5