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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r jiTM I if EF 7 t 1ioTHE G j It fC rr y i l i or ri 1 M H iJ2li r A tr o FOLTJME31 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY t APRIL 1219lt 1 f NUMBER74 p 1 t t PHONE 80 U WINES CREEKMORE i DRUGS B MAINS FIRST1 i 4 m7I7I7IT I IArTgjTIo1New Customer IWe are knocking at your door withour new line of Spring buyerfis I every newness economy a Ig splendidy assorted retail store can present 2 We solicit your spring trade on the representation that you to xi will find it satisfactory and profitable to make your pur jj chases from us tf We carry most anything you can ask for in i0 Dry Goods Notions y 1 Shoes Hats I Gents FurnishingsNMX y TR We also carry a complete line of Carpetst Mattings and Rugs f- is vO We guarantee to give the best quality of goods for the iit R pricethe PRICE always the lowest Call andsee us f Laclieyand Hamilton rcin TilE HUSTLING CASH STORE First and Main 2ct 2 ilisday 7F 71 7F MFF71 7I 5 ffi71 71 7 est 4oma m rffiJ4 7I 2 ii THE1ers 71rest V Country 71 1 4 Store I- IF JI I IN TOWN ffi 1 71 j I BUY FOR I 3 2C A S Hf- fi + SELL FOR 3CASHA1We NV handle Groceries Queensware Hardware I Porcelain and Graniteware Harness Farm Implements Wagons Buggies ZIP Road Carts etc In fact most every article I ld used on farm or in kitchen tt 2J1 n Rememberour 7A very low when 1Jcompared with the credit WE THE LynchDurg Ch4Lf n Plow 1M the most land easiest plow 71in the and give us your order Fencing Wire Roofing 5 xfi= 1 rryour Old Fashioned 7JK 1ICocintry Meal Cheap 1 7J IP ryJggs Hides fI II Eand Furs 1c V Colyer Bros Ii M Phone Main Street F 7i RICHMOND 7F rt PP II J ffi FF7I I 7 J 1 W TRIBBLE- i AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT Y ur illl Sllclttf1Sattsraction Guaranteed fi ROll1D KY L r CASH PRICE makes gornis system SELL substant running world Examine etc ouIt 237 KY REAL Ii New UTCTT rtna IE C Million Son announce to tim public that they have opened a llrat class livery feed nnd Bole stable in the old puucan stand 011 Irvine street in- Hr9fCity Hall Nice new rigs find piteattentO nWe wish to buy some f HcyrtddIeand Iiarness horse- sC18j t F Sin E Y MIliOB 7oJ t h I I i WHAT THIS MAN SAYS Jnly Reechoes thSentiments of Thousands in our Re public The Richmond reader Is asked to horenphly Investigate the following This can readily he done for the gen leinan whose statement is published below will be loo pleased to answer any omniiinication mailed to him if the writer really suffers from the annoyme onsequence which always attend inactive or weakened kidneys J D Lewis editor of the Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky says For a year or more I sutfe ed a great leal from a dull aching pain across my back At times the aching was con stunt for a day or two If I sat still but a short time it became almost un bearable and if I stooped or liftedany thing I felt sharp twinges in the small of my back The secretions from the kidneys were most irregular as well as iiijjhly colored and offensive I had my attention called to Doans Kidney Pills through our papers and I got a box After using them for a few days ImprovementIpains in my back entirely left me and the kidney secretions became normal From time great amount of good I derived from the use of this medicine I have every reason to bA convinced Its merits and have not the slightest hesitancy in giving it my hearty en dorsement Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Tall at B L Mid deltons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale by all dealers Price fit FostprMilhurn Co Buffalo N Y sole acpnts for the United tifatep Remember the namoDoansand take DO other apr White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt llebSt Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekin La had in curable consumption his last hope van RliiHl but Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out of hie grave He says TIN great specific completely cured and saved my life Since then I nave used It for over 10yean and con Rider It a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure lor- Coughs tore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Inetimonia Guaranteed oOcsBndSl bottles tit C Stocktos1 drug store Trial bottles nicestlotCall on them whenin neeJ 28dotf A Daredevil Ride often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use BI1c1 lens Ar- nica Salve A deep wouujl in my foot from nu accident writes Theodore Schuele oi Columbus 0caused me greatpain Physicians were help quziklylikenmgio 26c at It O Stocktons drug store lm TOUR OF ALI MEXICO Tour of all Mexico in Jauuaiy and February under escort oJ Beau Camp bell General ManagerAmerican Tour 1st Association For rates dates sep partlcularsA A Oallafiher D P A 419 VVulBmtSt Cincinnati Ohio 6tK t4ta Reewt Stfttfetlcs by the census de- prtmuutQw8 that there was mined in KesteRky in lS902701too t00901 coal Mil in 1902 676598i tQtHl2 Is 1898 we proilaeed1 6000 barrek of pe ro Ieiui 1 iw we piod dJII IIItotor iuliif the twe proInet IIt IV OofeiaiiOlaai i fIN a iY jjtC 0 0 iI HAS 2000 SOCIETY WOMEN r Sun IPftest Danish Enrolls Large Number of Gotham Social Lights- MetjPaflure Defoe New Yorl fThe amazing tact that 2000 of New Yorks fashionable society women are sun worshipers and votaries of the Mazdaznans the mystic Persian cult expounded by Otoman Zar Adusht Hanish has been revealed through the arrest of Mrs Brownie Rathbone Weaverson 150 West One Hundred and Fourth street a disciple of the mysterious religion Mrs Weaverton Is charged with hav- Ing taught the Persian theory to Mrs Ellen Rachell an aged woman living at 1453 Amsterdam avenue who is now expected to lose her life as the result of the treatment Instan s have been cited in which women have been driven insane by their fanatical devotion to the strange belief others have been made cripples and doomed to a life of misery Dr Hanish the priest apostle himself has been arrested on the charge of having tortured his followers yet despite these facts the society is not only In existence In New York but the num ber of his followers among the lash ionable set Is growing In the morning these women bow to the rising orb and address it as a god In the evening they prostrate them selves on rugs as did the Persians of old and the ancient Toltecs of Mex- Ico lue philosophy expounded by Dr Hanish ho says dates back to 1420JO years before Christ In the old Zend language Madsa means sun and it is in this origin that the philosophy obtained Its name The first aempt by Dr Hanish here to start the society a few years ago met with failure He then went to Chicago and inflated with his success there came back to New York and now has 2000 women followers VIOLETS CURE FOR CANCER Liquor Distilled from Blossoms Reported Efficacious in Two Different Cases London That a brew from violet leaves Is an effective cure for cancer may not he new in theory but two actual cures are now reported Much interest has been taken In a story In the Lancet told by Dr Gordon of Exeter of a man whiTjefused to be operated upon for cancer on the tongue Then violet leaves were tried the gar den variety being found preferable to the wild violet Every day he drank part of the brew the rest he used as a fomentation That treatment has been continued since the beginning of November last and now nothing remains but a tiny scar On reading this story a woman well known socially writes telling an even more reraarkahje story of the cure of cancer on the liver by violet leaves Treated by a specialist without avail she grew morose and worse till violet leaves were suggested by a friend Hopeless of ever being cured she never theless tried it She took a wineglass of the decoction several times a day and also applied cotton wool soaked in the hot liquor over the seat of the cancer The woman says she Is now completely cured PREMIUM PUT ON CHILDREN Birth Insurance Company of Massachusetts Is Beady to Check Race SuIcide BostonThe necessary number of applicants for policies in the Amer- Ican Birth Insurance company whie1 was incorporated in This state last July have been secured and it is an nounced that the first of these unique policies has been Issued Many prominent Bostonians are among the incorporators of the scheme which Is hoped to have the effect of relieving one of the greatest hardships of the poor and to do away with a potent cause for race suicide j Pollcyholders pay what is known as universal assessments and con tinue to do so for 18 mouths At the conclusion of this time children born to the policyholders draw a premium according to the face of the policy To be eligible as a policyholder one must first be a member of the American Parents Educational asso elation and be under 50 years old Since the Incorporation of the plaa several other cities not all In Awe ica have taken up the idea and Mrs Estelle M IL Merrill the presldentI has received letters sources seeking information on the matter MAY STOP SEASICKNESS Invention Which Will Reduce Rolling of Vessels to a Minimum I Is to Be Tried Berlin The HamburgAmerican line is fitting out th6 steamer Vulcan at Its works at Stettin with an Invention by Otto Shyk an engineer of Hamburg which it Is expected will reduce the rolling of vessejs at sea to a minimum It consists of a massive balance wheel mounted In such a manner as to coun teract the shifting of the center of grav ity of the ship The invention has been tested only in connection with models but the HamburgAmerican officials are so convlnce i of its utility that they are advancing jnoney and loaning a vessel for a trial which will take place in June or July Naval engineers regard the in venllon as likely to be of the greatest use to war hips in adding to the stabIl- Ity of gun platforms Label Supply Limitless Vermont dispatches tell us that the maple sugar suppljrwill he lighter thts year than usual The label supply however is practically limitless PEFFER5 RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY 7 pIIftkoaLIollWeSWe1lo1I mguemu She trvetype 01 perfect meaood e1tbyNsrsidmceneaouiakuut ece ImIg NervesOireuII Prostrs sod Giber mreibesito overwork IUng nc tbIe d ester otsees teIkr ea4repeles wIme4egye freeP40 wta ame Ie pefend It asj ersd orbeass-LpfnR MUKAI HeHKAMHSA For sale by E O Wines 4tw JftrJM six 1ItBcottaaalloiilplAfoJu Iof kind ApsJy OCFgt riei ot k i JIIJ tj IreaIi ii i t L o i JI FIFTY CENTS IINsome conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which is ordinaryI and children In other conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot be built up In a day ScotfsIas nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and I weak digestionsS- end for Sampte Scott Bowne 409415 Purl st ChemistsNew York joe and 100 AH drnzjf ti rI- N PERIL OFA fOB The Marshal and His Friends Barn caded in His Home orOwcnsboro Ky April 7 Marshal Joe Evans at Deanefleld a mining own near here fatally wounded John Divens 22 The marshal claims he was forced to shoot him while trying to place him under arrest Recently an uncle of John Divens ind Dr John Hale were placed In the Deanefleld jail At midnight the jail was discovered in flames and the two men perished their bodies being al most entirely consumed Since that time there has been great feeling against the marshal and talk of mob law John Divens and another man went to a saloon and bought several drinks Claiming they were disorderly the marshal told them they were under arrest bivens pu led his pistol and Bred three shots at the officer Evans was wounded In the shoulder Evans returned the fire with fatal result The marshal has gathered at his house all his friends who say they will defend him In case of attack by a mob MISSING WITNESSES John White and Fed White Captured By Officers Lexington Ky April 7News has reached here that John White and Fed White two of the missing wit nesses summoned to appear in the case of the Harglses and Sheriff CM lahan for the alleged murder of James Cockrill Jackson Breathitt county has been captured They were subpoe naed to appear here Tuesday and the case was twice postponed because of their nonappearance a special bailiff L T Bowling of Jackson arresting the men near Jackson Ky Ante White probably the most Important Witness for the commonwealth could not be located John will assist offi cers in the search for him THE HARPER FUNERAL One of the Greatest Turnouts of Horse men Ever Seen In Lexington Lexington Ky April 7The funeral of Frank Harper master of Nan tura at Versailles was the occasion of one of the greatest turnouts of prominent horsemen ever seen here After the luneral at Nantura farm the cortege came by pike to this city where tile burial took place Senator J C S Blackburn was one of the pall bearers Mr Harper was tjie Nestor of the American turf and the owner of Imp Longfellow The Statehouse Site Frankfort Ky April7rTke money was actually paid by the state to the owners of the site for the new state house Frank Chinn for himself and the Hunt heirs was paid 28530 John W Rodman 1500 and Mrs Mary Johnson 2000 The legislature ap propriated tGnftOQ tar the site but about half this amount will suffice Would Not Pay Fines Newport Ky April 7Wlth wallets of greenbacks and pockets jng ling with silver and god Palestine Scortlneu Nicola Gerhla Conies Sylvester and Dom Demarchi Italian ped dlers arrested for peddling without a license went to jail for 15 days each rather than pay fines of f15 Drowned Herself In the River Bellevue Ky April 7 Despondent because her eyesight was tailing and believing that she would soon become totally blind Harriet Cutter 36 daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Cutter of 403 Grandvlew avenue jumped into the Ohio river at the foot of Taylor avenue and was drowned Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully frcm Uie vlru lent poisons of Undigested food C G Grnysnn of liiila Mips took Dr Kings New Life Pills with time ro 4mdt he writec that I wan cured All stnmnch and bowel disorders give propertiesi23cGuaranteed 1m Far Sale Nice lot on Fotirth street 47x120 fAit For tl4rticul rs call office nc Womens Kidneys Women are more often afllcted with kidney disorders than was hut attrib ute the Byraptoius to diseases peculiar to their sex while in reality the kid neys are deranged Nervousneo headache puffy ordark circles nnd r the eyes pain in the beck are slJlIHIr kidney trmible that must sot be IK pored oca aertoiia malady will result Foteys Kidney Cere ba rartored time health to tlwMhHAi of weak ervou dPjillaritlejtatls Itp1ln the imioei and benetit lie hoJ systum for wile by JL a StodtteM 22 nirli Iw fese115TI 5 ski p W41 the f L 1i4 j o n fr THE followingiare Knntnckys game laws as sprung by an eastern exchange Common citizens may be shot from January 4th to December 31st Senators and members of congress may be shot during any political campaign and within sixty days thereafter Niggers can be shot at any time Hunters in search of this game arn also allowed to use a stuffed club or a jack knife If any man is caught drinking wa ter it is a sign that he is no gentle man sab and may be executed with whatever weapon is nearest at band Colonels may ba shot with impunity atanytime while a squirrel gun is recommended for dispatching lieuten ants majors Bud captains No man Mia I be allowed to kill in excess ni tour person per day lu anyt lirre it is an affair of hon or this number may be increased to seventeen Anyc tizen who does not tote the remains of his victim from public sight within twentyfour hours of the time the flrstvolljy was tin d will be tined one gallon of moonshine Any citlz n who steps on another citizens toe may be shut on the spot with the privilege of apologizing wheni Vt r he pleases Ii a cit zeu leaves borne half shot and is found on the streets a short time thereafter fill of buckshot that i is his fait and his culativts are not alioved to shoot more than nine sus pects in their efforts to liiid the guilty person Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs Several years since my lungs wore so badly affected that I had many hemorrhages wri es A M Ake of Wood Ind I took treatmnnt with several physicians without any benefit I then started to take Foleys Honey and Tar and my lungs now are as sound asa bullet X recommend it in advanced stages of lung trouble Fo leys Honey and Tar stops the cough and heals the lungs and prevents se riout results from a cold Refuse sub stitutes For sale by R C Stockton 22 inch lm afae Was the Third Edition She was a sweet young thing and they had found a cozy corner behind time sceneaat theopera house during time last dance As his arm stole around her soft mousseline de soie waist she murmured Am the first girl ou ever hugged Ho WItS a newspaper man and therefore could not tell a lie so replied No sweetheart yon sue the third edition I have put to pries toumigbtExCARL D will make the present season at the Clienuult farm one mile north of Rich mood at 8 to Insure a Living Colt and Jennets at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Description and Pedigree Carl D is five years old on August 24 next 151 lianas high black with white extra extra Butibreederleilow he by Howetts Alexander Curl lis dam oy Ltou 2J lie by Imp Leon 2d 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 brother to Cal D their dams being the same Richmond Clmiei is jet black with white points 15t bunds hit b 3 years old on time 24th to Aprilland is by Wm L he by Win L Tidds jVk an he bv the great Marinn duke atd he by TnEcarorii the 2 i hi bvTnscarora Richmond Chief slut lan wine a8 Carl D2t dm Grey Bird she by L mi Lyn he by King Cyrus These pedigrees are not as full as wi can give but are enough so to show that they are as well bred as any u Kentucky Great care taken to prevent accident nr escapes but will not be responsible should either occur If mares or iietts are parted with season money if due otherwise we insure a living colt to stand up and suck GJ White Son April 3 19- 05Public Sale and Renting Atjiiy home place near Richmond Ky o- nSaturday April 15 05 at 10 oclock a m promptly- I will sell at public auction all my stock crop and farming implements without reserve or by bidding viz 38 head feeding cattle SO head yearling cattle work mules one pair Syears old horses hogs ec farmingimplements carriage 2 buggies 0 tie new harness wagon and bugg tBuwinjt machine 2 corn shelters wheat drill harrows cultivators plows etij corp hay and fodder The personally is upon Iny home farm pabjfict inspoctiou I will also lease sijhject to present contract for the year myIJacks Creek Farnii Containing 300 Acres at public suction if not tewed before 40 acres in c rnSO aljrMia wheat I malo leaeeT riy my Home Iflace CMtainiBK ie Acres TJBBMB Cash mlIltl pfrnoaaltr W for property JtfrenMJi W K0ei sote with approved seemrty payable Jan nary 1 Itt Fr Jwlr partieiilsrs IMIdr IF Iv BRTtJcLAY b t ID QI T ii Your Spring Suit is Ready f at W D Oldham Cos III When you buy a Suit of us help only II us fail see our new line Silks for Suits our third im portation this prettier than ever more Get our low prices Get our low prices on Carpets the the elegant line showing bclsetaent full Carpets Mattings Druggets Linolenms Curtains POI etc IllTry a pair of AGoodMi Spring Suits pleasethe Theycarry dressyclean 11dividendourClothingBErrEII Ladiesprice fa Try pair of Wm IFine Shoes Men These most line footwear for and that is shown cityIfyou them us IIIIadies callIII Busy Bee Cash Store D Cheated Kidney trouble often ends fatally choosing right medicine E d Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheat Hi death says Two years I had trouble which caused no great pain and anxiety jut I took Electric Bitters which a complete I have also round them of great benefit in general and nerve trouble and keep thenr constantly on hand as find they have no equal R C Stock guarantees them at lm Which is the I One fireor- burglarrrnav deprive yon valuables betweII tG I 10000 One years rent I of a SifeDe posit Box costs I you Is the cheapest I State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky The Birdsell wagon was awarded grand prize at St consequently when you buy a Birdsell know what you are Let D B Sbaikelfonl Co show you what a good wagon looks like Omchtf Particular 11 IIProprietors II I Cheapest xrjirjhanywhere I C 7 i y t tifa gih ghr ynft JtI r L t Cddkwith GasI hundreds of men fire think ing seriously of their 1 and we are going to a large rnt jnrity of them to a most satisfying solution of question Our showing of Clothing cannot be equaled The Fabrics bro the i snappiest from both Foreign and Domes tic Mills A The Styles are the Very I jt i andother essentials in our r to I Clothes are to be found in the high it Ocioss Sos d3o tis the sign of the Best Correct Clothes Gentlemen of Superior taste and is with Dont to of Shirt Waist This is season they are and of them See we are OurIis chuck of Rugs Lace tiers LA FRANCE Fine Shoes for a StratmansIfor are the uptodate of Gentlemen in the hive not seen give a r I mt by time He ago cure since I ton 50c ajjd the Louis you Outfitters to People w Oldham Co Death Kidney sutrerin7 effected debility druggist I Which buying I the Best embodied for C- Old 1 Shoes Rice I la Gas Rangers sure signs fta happy life w4sw t Rich tillIIn hd i c Water e and Light Comany iV iLIo J J 3CCt 1 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mCOJllCUT1ID Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed II ItreI r URNJTURTjI t t1 Winter is uow approaching and it Is nosy time for fall cleaning f Every hbuseipife wants something new to brighten np tho dreary li that anyioohto conic A piece oi new Furniture a pretty Picture oftr a nice Hug Wehandlcall kinds of house farnishag goods from thoTyF f smallest piece up to the massive Bed Room Suites i t j tiOur HneQflictares all kinds of Curtain Fixtares Fancy Hawpws XJ Rugsji largeiline of odd Rocking Chairs and everything that rmake aHbmoO zy and comfortable v p fCowe and inspect our big stock Special attention is called tooir i U dertkr f Department V V Ii I i oe i p W S II O DHc ii J I 5 v4mf r 0 c o t IILJILSI1IRTS iiEall styI ds with cuffs attached EJ 1 tIand detached t Also a full spring r line ofCrosseLL SS w La SS t II1 SS 1 FINEI = e I 491lf S ISHOES0 1flF DI and Oxfords Call and inspect lL ihem Respt z Is II SSS James P Tribble I1I- 5S J 1 2fls S SSSSS SSSSS SS SS t SSSSSSS SB 54Uhi JSSSSSSSSSUS SISSSSSS SS SSSSISSSS SoeSe S IJ C fi The Richmond Climax h PUBLISHED XVKBY WIDNKSEAT BT The Climax Printing Co Incorporated J O OHEUAULT President D MILLER Editor Manager PRICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APR 12 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative RW MILLER For twunty Judgo N TURPIN For County Attornoy It H CROOKS i For Sheriff v K B BROADDUS v For County Clerk JESSE COBB t For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSlAFF A TIlING of indescribable beautyand a joy to the heart of every Madisonian is what our handsome magazine supplement The History of Richmond Jnnd Madison county will be when it makes its appearance two weeks from this date We have already secured orders for over five hundred extra Jcopies of tilts beautiful magazine It is just the thing to send to your friends and relates abroad to show them something of your home town flleln ui to advertise Richmond anJ Madison county by sending oneof these beautiful books to some friend away from here Show them the pride you bave in yur homo town and county Show them that you are proud of Richmond and its many advantages Show the ptibli at large 4thatas anlace to live and succeed lit the townjn which you are now making ytru home is ono of the best i the Stato Let everyenterprising citizen in tbe town and county send out at least one of these beautiful books to help advertise Richmond and Madison county Now is the time to show your loyalty to the city of your choice to help to increase her popula tion and become one of the strongest financial centers in this section of the State t Rally good citizens rally and help vna to put our crrr whore It belongs Browers at Lexingtoni Refrigerators f We want you to f associate Refrigerators and the most approved patterns 1with our store We want you to feel that what we sell you is right both in quality and priced Refrigerators are comparatively a new thing withus and the success we had with the line we carried slat year together withour untiring efforts to get the best I obtainable have resulted in a J Stock second to none in Ken tucky We sell Ice Boxes and I Refrigerators From 4 50 to I120 00 the goods are aighpthe prices I jJMrc right All we sisk is an op unity to show you CIBrowe Co g4k 1 Primary Election Notice At a meeting of the Democratic City Committee of Richmond Ky held pursuant to notice at the Court House in Richmond Ky on March 16 1905 all the members thereof being present the rollowing resolution was adopted viz 1 Resolved That a primary election be held In the city of Richmond on the 28th lay of April 1905 for the purpose of selecting Democratic nomi nees for the following offices to be voted for at the November election 1905 Mayor Police Judge City Attorney Chief of Police Justice of the Peace CityCouncil2 That said primary election shall be held under and regulated by the pro visions of the general primary election TheIat the four regular voting places desig nated by law in the city of Richmond Ky and will be closed at 4 oclock p m The election will be held and con apepointedhighest number of votes for the re spective offices shall be declared the nominees of the party except that two nominees for Councilmen shall be selected from each of the three munici pal boundaries described in Section 2 of the Ordinances of the City of Rich mond 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 receiving the highest num ber of voles in the primary shall be declared the nominees for Councilmen from said boundaries respectively 3 That any person desiring to become a candidate to be voted for at said primary for any of said offices shall on or before 12 oclock noon April 13th 1905 deposit with the Chairman a sum of money correspond lug with the following assessment which is made to defray the expenses of the primary viz Mayor 10 Po lice Judge S10 City Attorney 10 Justice of the Pence 5 Constable 5Councilmen 5 Said payments shall he deemed legal notice of the Candida sy of any person making the same No issessment or any part thereof shall be refunded or withdrawn after payment J H Sullivan Chairman J MTetrill Secretary r is a leadernot a hanger on Let ONWARD HicmioND ONWARD be our motto and let every one put their ihouldcr to the wheel to help in the march of progress TOE Lancaster Record one of the leanest and newicst little sheets in the State has recently passed its fifteenth mile stone Editor Louis Landram has been with the Recor most of his time having succeeded Mr J R Marrs who died soon after the paper was started We congra tulate Brother Landram upon the success his paper has hlevedand it goes without saying that there is no more popular newspaper man in the State than the gifted Editor of the Central Record A 1iiEDiCTiov that will not caUSE much pleasure is that the advance guard of seventeen year locusts is on the road and will reach here in May and June The main body of the insects will not arrive before next yuan rhis is the prediction of State Kto mologlst H Garman of Lexington Cbis means serious injury to fruit trees and young forest trees in the States which will be visited by the in sects namely West Virginia Vir ginia Tennessee MIssc uri Illinois Ohio Indiana Kentucky Pennsylva lila and the forests of New York Popular interest in the locust which appear only once in seventeen years is revised by Prof Carmans state ment and popular guperstition nays that they are harbingers of war lore telling either the beginning or end of some great war Hence knowing ones say that the closoof the Japan ese Russlan war is at hand The war superstition arises from the fact that on tbe transparent wings of the locust is wrought in brIgIt red the letter W Hows this We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot cured by Halls CatarrhCorj FJ CHENEY Toledo We the undersigned have known F yearsdandbelitvebusiness transactions and financially able to carry out aay made by their firm Voter Truax Wholesale Druggists MRrvlnWhleMdHalls ctArIIJcIoffe Is taken inter IAIIY acting upon the bJood iyrnTestifbotM wr tIe 1 IJc f IITiff II Baking Powder MakesClan Bredi With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands nosweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facility sweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the lC Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to anyaddress ROYAL POWDER Co 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK Ayers When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You easilydiscouraged irritable Your cheeks are Sarsaparillapale Your doctor says you are threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine AyerSanaariIJalllat and a wonderful medicine for Im pure bloodD C HOLT West linen Conn f109 a bottle j c ATZR co All drugclntn Lowell Mam o- rWenk Nerves AyorcPills Mn BRYAN continues to be the fore most man in the hearts and minds of the Democracy of the country and when the time comes to again consider the iTotnination of a candidate for the Presidency it looks now as if no other name will be mentioned Franklin Favorite IA New Era in TransPacific Transportation The Great Northern Steamship Com pany in placing in servico between Seattle Wash and Yokohama Kobe Shanghai and Hong Kong the magni ficentAmerican built steamships the Minnesota and the Dakota marks a new era in transportation facilities between the United States and the Orient These magnificent steamships with their superior facilities in handl ing immense freight cargoes and the luxurious appointments for passenger travel has given an impetus to our oriental trade The North Pacific Route to the Orient is rapidly becom lug the popular one and now that the two palatial steamships Minnesota and Dakota have been put in com mission there is no question but that i further greater increase in our trade with the Orient as well as increased passenger travel to Aslastic ports will inaugurated The first sailing of the Minnesota in addition to carry ing the largest cargo to the Orient ever carried by any ship in the worldas well as an extensive passenger lisi augurs well for the future The Minnesota will sail on its next SaturdayAprilsay here that the excellence of her passenger accommodations will be herald ed to the traveling public of the Unit ed States by all who enjoyed the pleasant voyage across the Pacific on her first trip as furnishing the seine of travel comfort The fact that the r isr accommodations of the Great Northern Steamship Company in con nection with the comfortable journey ifforded by the Great Northern Rail way to Seattle the sailing point of the Minnesota will make this route the popular one frombccident to Orient A Little Frtmatnre The Midway Clipper 110 doubt feels a little premature in ita bust bl enthusiasm over winters departure ec ly after the extremely cool weather of last week together with slight snow fall on Thursday- An enthusiastic farewell to winter farewell to the snows and likewise to its various woes Farewell to the coal man farewell to his bill farewell to the grippe with its deadly ill Fare veil to the winter repeat the refrain its jolly to fluid that its spring again A Dangerous Habit Gladstones Physician Glrcs Warn ing Against a Growing Ameri can Custom The growing habit amongst Amen aus of taking a mint tablet or some other so called digestive after eating a hearty meal is something that Sir An Gladsonesphysiian qt fsabsolutely dangerous to take into pOplltarlyof is nothing known to the sci slice of medicine that can perform the work of the human stomach Drugs Io not and cannot diget t the food They simply decompose it What can b3 more revolting or disgusting than the thought of taking something into the stomach that is going to turn the food you have eaten into a mass ot corruption Indlgestioution congestion aninflammation from the stomach liver and intestines and lliona ill the only remedy known that wilt do this- Whell a Miona tablet Is taken before each meal and every trace of irri tation and inflammation is removed from the stomach and digeBtive ystem and those organs will extract from the food alt that goes to make good rich blood firm musclHst dy nerves and sufferrspots before the eyes vertigo or dizzi ne88 palpitatloa of the heart sleepless Qcboxotieof our most relUbJfT physicians IrllbyutiHA foe Mt give sMkiitj l i jilt a o Jir i Iii Brought Hue for safe Keeping rgedIbrought to this city Monday by Deputy Sheriffs Hospins and Morgan They were placed here for safe keeping to await their trial to His Old Home IRdllrDld considerable time in Indiana Mr Ed Durbin has concluded that after all Kei tucky is the best plao ot all and has returned to his old home near Waco to live Mr Dnrbin is known to be one of the best old flddlera and pipers in this part of the country Small Size Hnriloar The hardest wind storm that has ViE ited this section for some time occUr red Monday afternoon about three oclock Moving from the west the wind blew at a terrible rate carrying with it such n blinding sheet of dust that traffic on the streets was stopped for a while Considerable damage was done to trees telephone and telegraph poles and wires and several skylights were very much impaired Reports from different parts of the county say that the wind was gene- ralPEESONAL Mr 7 T Rice was in Lexington yesterdayMr Richards of Ford was here Monday Mr Everett Htigueloy was in Lex ington last week Mr B D Gordon spent Sunday in Nicholasville Mrs David Myers visited in Nich olasville last week Mr Clare Bush spent last week with Winchester relatives Attorney Robert Friend of Irvine was in the city last Saturday SundayinMiss Hallie Hamilton spent Sunday with her parents at Wisemantown Dr V II Hobson has returned from a pleasant trip through Texas Miss Dovie Letcher of Danville spent Sunday with her parents here Lexthgton SundayforTexas Mrs Mary Smith of Cincinnati is the guest ot her daughter Mrs B II LuxonMr Dave Nelson is visiting his uncle Mr Thornton Jones in Cincinnati this week Miss Rose Miller returned to Ver harryGouchcrMrs Gilbert Grinstead of Somer LymanParrish visitingherLexington Mr C W Turner of Lebanon was he guest Monday of Miss Eula Jack sos of Berea Mrs Clark entertained the West End Flinch Club on last Thurs tiny afternoon t Mr L M Rice of the real estate firm ot Rice Curry of Harrodsburg was here Tuesday Mrs Hallie Vaughn and little son of Irvine were guests last week of lIrs Claude Smith Miss Annie Pates of 1fillvayat tended the TaylorMcGinn wedding on last Wednesday Mrs LeanrJoiDnvidnon of Lancas ter is visiting her daughter Mrs r Rice on Broadway ridaytowider at Shelbyville Mrs J B McCreary has been en BoyleUMr B L Middelton of Richmond is visiting her parents Captain and Mrs D N ThorpeShelby News Dr Phelps Collins of Grand June tion Colorado attended the funeral and burial of his fatherMr Wui Collins V Dr G C Faris and brid have returned from their bridal tour and have rooms at Mrs Tom Wherritts Central Record Mr M C Kellogg has been con lined to his room for tbe past ten injs by illness much to the regret of his many friends Mr Shelby Tribble of Jellico cnn was called home bythe serious Illness of his mother Mrs Susan TribbleMrs A C Buchanan and little daughter Elath returned Friday night Irom a stay of several months in Florida Mrs McGuire and Miss MeGuire- of Shelbyvillo have been the pleasant guests of Mrs Hugh McLcllan on Lancaster Avenue Dr T P Gardner of Irvine was Thursdaytoelection of officers The following n1iI1es people at WgddngbnBerry Miss Miller Miss NuckoU and Mrs Gillisplo Misses Mary Nor Jand Pauline Duerson accompanied by Mr John WmeofLexlngtonattt ton wedding at PtLick last Wed nesday JiirltavebkeRroomsatth Second street J4r Gouch r i train dispatcher for L Lsd A raUroMt sail WM latelyisoyi to this city fro Vrastlks r Joa MuII of v rirr If Oa c I 1111tJ Mrs J Chemifilt hal tt16t1igfJ tgDg SWS 4LandJltllUO i1rt iI iriwero guests Sun dsyof Mr sad Mrs S D Parrisb They were givaa a warm welcome by theIr many friends this beIng their first it back to their old home since their removal to Paris Mrs A G Buchanan little daugh tor Elath and Miss Beulah Million have returned from a three months stay in Florida While there the were at Orlando Tampa Winter Park Daytona Ormond St Augustine and Jacksonville Thdr wore met in St Augustiue by Mrs Will Cromwell Misses Nun and Nichols all of Frankfort lv1hls witnessed many of the Florida scenes one in particular was a trip up the Tomo ha river whereJ the aligators were numerous alongthe some measuring ten to fifteen feet in lenght Mrs Russel and Mrs Caperton of Richmond Ky who will speak at the Womans Club meeting Wednesday will come Tuesday and while here will be the guessof Mrs C D Chen ault Front here they go to George town for a visit Miss Minnie Dykes of Richmond is the guest of Mrs Will D Oldham of South Broad way Park Miss Dykes will go Louis ville on April 20th to give a concert for the Baldwin PfanO Company She has a lovely soprano voice and her program will be one special bciuly Mrs Harvey Cbouault of Richmond is tho guest of friends here Lexington Herald Bias Wanted The undersigned will receive cell mates from contractors for the erection of a two story bjftik building vault etc Bids will beopen until the 15th of this month Specifications will be fur uished on application The right to re ject any or all lids will be reserved John Ban metal- kOLScany G S McKInney Ttnililine Committee Teachers Examination The examination of applicants tor positions In Caldwell High School will be held at the school building on Friday and Saturday of April the 21st and 22nd The examination of ap plicanls for positions in the Colored High School will b held on the same dat s in the colored school building Those desiring to make application the1followingT T Covin toll 2t Z T Rice The approach of spring thuds us III better condition than ever before to serve the people of Madison and ad- joIning counties During the past year onr warerooms have been enlarged and are filled with the nicest and most complete line of Carriages Buggies Depot Wagons Pheatons etc ever placed on display in any city in Central Kentucky Our wagons range in prices from 38 to 130 buggies O to 200 Depot wagons and Carriages 130 to 125 If it is your intention to purchase a vehicle of any description you should take advantage of the large stock now on display at our shops and call at once ami examine these goods and get our pricesR- ICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S L Midkiir Prop ORDINANCE No person or persons shall for pay on Sunday conduct or carry on or in any way practice the profession ol Barbering in the city of Richmond Anyone violating the provisions of this ordinance shall be fined notices than ji ndr more than 10101 each offonse D R TEVIS Mavor W H WHITE Clerk STRANGE ADVICE tr G O Gften giVes alert personal attention to his great humanitarian contract Tin our Almanac for many years past we have given unusual advice to those afflic ted with coughs colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have told specialbenefitbottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor qWe not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as is the case in the advertising of many thsr remedies Our confidence in Ger man SyrUp xnakes ii possible for m to give such advice qWe know by the experience of ovex 3S yearsthat one 7 cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily re here or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup work wonders New trial 350 reg ular size 75c At all druggists 4 For sale at IL C Stocktons drug store A Hats Picture frames Until further notice we will offer reduc tions in all kins of Picture Erames1BeI w are quoted prices One opening frame lOc TwoII II J5c Three 4129c Four 39c FiveU II49c Frames 69ctot We also desire to call attention to the fact that we have in stock a complete line of Curtain Stretchers Window Shade Hangers lOc each Flexible Metallic Curtain Rods lOc each Galvenized Watering Pots Jor chickens 40c We have bargains in hundreds of other articles too numerous too mention The Racket Store Suit Bratton Prop Main Street Richmond Ky ImpoiUnt Change of Time on tlLooisYllIt Atlantic Railroad On Sunday April 10th the following changes will be made in the arrival and departure of trains on the Louisvijle Atlantic Railroad at Riclmorid viz Train No 2 will depart at 000 a m same as at present Train No1 will arrive at same time as at present 1151 a m and will de part at 1205 p m for Irvine and Beat tyville Junction arriving at Irvine 105 Beattyville 240 and Beattyville Junction at300 p m Train No 4 will leave Beattyville Junction at 830 pm arriving at Richmond at 735 p m Train No 3 will arrive at Richmond from Versailles at same time as at presenffelO p m Train No 6 will leave Richmond at 630 am arriving at Irvine at 730 Beattyville at 905 leave Beattyvilje at 1000 and arrive at Beattyville JUnc- tion at 1020 a in in time for connection with the Jl E for Jackson Train No 0 will leave Beattyville Junction at 1030 a m arriving at Richmond at 130 p m leaving at 135 p m for Versailles latter point at 325 p m making close con nection at Nicbolasville and Versailles for trains for Lexington and Cincin nati and Shelbyville and Louisville Sunday service will be inaugurated first Sunday in Juno Schedule will be announced later M HACKEU Agent Suits I desire to state that I am aeent for both the Chas A Stevens and Edward B Grossman Company and will order ladies walking skirts suits and silk shirt waist suits Give mea call Mrs James Moores Hobson Building a Estray Hop A white male and a back sow came to my place 3 miles northeast of Richmond about ten day ago and has since been cared for by me Owner cun have some by paying charges mch224t Pleas Ponton When in town looking for a wagon dont fall to see the Blrdsell wagon at D B Shackelford 4 Cos Smchlf White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt IebSt Bring your old vehicles to us and jve will make them as good as new by repairing retiring and varnishing Prices on this class of work very reasonable RICHMOND CAnniAGE WORKS S L MidkiT Prop I Hemp 5 d for Sale H cultivated hemp seen for sale at lowest prices Cash or on time- R M West Lancaster Ky 8mch2m Thelargest assortment of carriages buggies phaetons and wagons ever brought to Richmond are now on dis play at the Richmond Carriage Torks and if you will call and get prices on any of the above mentioned goods you certainly will make a purchase as our priceo are lowei than ever before BICIIMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S Ti MiilkiiT Prop The 11 B Parrish School of Phon ographv Hohsoti Building Latest instruction Positions secured lor pupils tf We have the price and the wagon why not buy the Birdsell wagon when you can get both Smchtf D B SMotilfol Co Why dont you fence your farm and keep your old cow at home Some will say what fence must to buy Unoje Sam uses the Page Fence it ought to do yours Sold by IJA J- vT There Are Distinctive Styles 7- Tf embodied in 9 The Womens Garments tA and that we sell 9 Tailor djSuits in Panama A and Novelty 25 Jo 15Q j Fancy Silk Costumes Z5to6Q J Hand Embroidered Ilinen Suits Forsythe Waist C sparatoatad Skirts t31 Emory and Co i A r t Ladies Hatters1 and Furnishers East Main Street Ltxinrton Ky IIi LJ V i 1is J 74O f C n I= j j T E l 69x20 Wm Buckley Calvin Taylor WID Buckley Co You will find us near McKees corner with a complete line of Hardware1Stoves and Tinware Tin and galvanized work done on short notice Get our prices before buying a pump Prices guaranteed on all Roods W D Buckley Co I desire to say that I am agent for the Charles A Steven9 Great Style Store of Chicago Everything in ladies fine custommade cloth suits silk and mohair shirt waist suits and skirts Saniples nnd styles ahoirn before you order A perfect fit assured and satisfaction guaranteed Mrs James A Moores Hobson Building The Original Foley l Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offeed for the genuine Ask for Foleyb Hon ey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is miloly laxative It contains no opiates and is mifesi for children and delicate per sons For sale by R C Stockton 22 inch Itu- Examine onr elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are felling vehicles at tbe lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S Ll11dkitr Prop The American is the only horse high hog proof and bull strong fence that is made Remember we are at the slime old stand Smchtf D B Shackelfojd Co treat Slaughter Sale Wa have purchased a big stock of clothing Irom one of the best mann fflcturlng firms in Cincinnati which contains mens and boys clothing and odd pants and in order to sell them out quick we will offer them at a great bargain less than the manufacturing price and everything in my line will go in tho same proportion We have one lot of boys knee pants at 25c a pair one lot of boys caps at lOc etc Yours for bargains THE LOUISVILLE CHEAP STORE- A Dobrowsky proprietor No9 First street29mcli3m Death Rate in New York and Chicago During November and December NewYorkonlyutoPens the lungs and prevents pneumonia do not take chances on a cold wear andfarRstockton Owen McKee Leader in f Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions W lW 1 Jiri GOODS NOTIONS CLOAKS WRAPS We are still agents for the old reliable Oliver Chilled Plow which needs no introduction as there none better also sell the Bissell Lynch burg Hillside Plows are making the prices lower than they can be bought anywhere Why buy something just as good when you can buy the genuine Oliverfor less money from We are also quarters fo- rPlows Collars Trace Chains Back Bands Double and Sinigle Trees Tornado and Hamilton Disc Harrows Deering 60tooth Harrows in fact everthing the farme needseGive us a call te 4 Di B1 Shockslfort Co UUU PICK OUT I ANYONE THE- SESTATES FIN- DUNEQUALLED PPG I FOR MAMS A HOME OF OWN lIME TICKETS READ VIA TilE t GREAT N1 ifIlfiER mAllWAY i THE WAY NOTE TIE fCLLOVING LOW RATES FroTO From Duluth Chkago H1NSDAIE 513 00 sza 00 FILLS WHITEFlVk r 301JENNINGS00 30SEATTLELIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGESrnn nCUT Tit3 CUT LID MAIL TO I FREE RTUPJ STIES YOUR IfllinnC5ota I tics and resources of these states Fo further infomlatiou address MAX BASS F WHITNEY GENL AGENT PASSEXOBH MANAQM 220 8 st Chicago St Paul Xltun a IFURThER INFOBHATION REPRESENTATIVE OFtTHE 3 7I7fffi ffi ffiffiF ffi 1 I GREAT SACRIFICE S 000worthof Boys and Childrens Clothing at less than manufactur a +1 t are badly overstocked in this department f 1 + We Have Cut the Prices to the Corea5c Mothers and fathers we can interest you I Boys Suits short pants costing frotu1 to2 and 3 at SOcts Our 3 and 5 Boys Suits short pant at 2 Our Boys LongPants Suits 4 t5 anti 7 at 1L 250 1 1 DRY SUITS FURS c and is We and and us head OF AND YOU WILL o I YOUR CCKFCRTAELE HELENA KALKPXLL US IMMIOUATIOX TRAFFIC Clark 2O We Come quick and secure bargains Our 9 10 and 12 Boys Long Pant Suits at 5 a 5 Best 150 Corduroy Pants nt flISJ Our f125 Corduroj Pants at 87o I is a great Sacrifice Sale Come quick and secure iTi AND 6US usiLexingtons Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KENTUCKY i + Splfikgents for Alfred Benjamin Cog Correct Clothing for Men We are now displaying the spring styles Rahard ShrJTookthe famous IJiuecniM Cutter has charge of our Merchant Tailoring Nj R + pepsrtaect GIVE IL ++1 +71++ + 4OIO B g a IIu n ITE IT E1 t An Opportunity J In order to reduce our stock we will until anytiiinginour 65 and 75 Buggiest they are worth SJO to 15 more than we are asking Get a argain before they are all gone Y C enTTa jOT 5 PHONE23e1 Peebles T Sweet Hickory i Coffee FrasaBros SOLE AGENTS LAIST4ET PHONE 165 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APR 12 1905I The CectUan Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs T J Smith Jr The fattest woman in the world weighs 557 pounds and is still growing Shackelford Co can interest you by giving you prices on the American Steel Fencing Smchtf Dont forget the Easter auction for the henefit of the P A C Infirmary on April 22nd As the result of a crap game We sly Diggs shot and killed Henry Williams at Georgetown Both are colored FDR SALEA nice building lot on North street Apply to Mrs II P Reid The Prison Commission has paroled Tom Dilliaghara colored of this county who was servinga life sentence in ili3 penitentiarysThe farm of lOt acres belonging 10 the late Mrs Lou Fairish was sold last Wednesday to Mr Robert White of Winchester forOQ05 per acre W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsbnrfr Ky sold a 900acre plantation owned by J Hewitt in Hay wood county Tenn to C P Kennedyl of Mercer county Ky for sold to J Dewitt the 196acre farm and iniil property owned by C P Kennet iy in Mercer county for Lancaster has more worthless coons than any town in the State They will seldom work and when they do tiiey want two prices The question of lelp becomes more serious every day Record c 0Youinspect the Coon crop have you When a man and his wile start to go anywhere says a Missouri paper he tells her to net out his good suit fix the buttons in his shirt get hit cutT- cgtl shoes tin hili necktie brush lila hat perfume his handkerchief and a Ilw other little jobs Then he put on his hat and says GreatScott Aint you ready yet At a meeting of the directors of the State Bank t Trust Co of Richmond Ky heM on Tuesday April 4th 19C5 Col J Stone Walker hecauso of ill health and consequent inability to attend to the duties of the position ten derel his resignation as President which was accepted and thereupon JIA Sullivan the Vice President was elected Ireiidfliit of the Hank and Har ry II Hanger was elected Vice President Eugene W Walker and James Noland were added to the Boardol Directors For 5ale Fine violin case and music cheap Wilson Kngle House 1 t Richmond Ky Teachers Association The approaching meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association will be he Id at Mammoth Cave in June There will tit present large bodies of teachers from all adjoining States and it prom ises to be a record breaker A Star Attraction On next Monday night April 17th Lmla Glaser will be Been in A Madcap Princes at the Lexington Opera House Miss Glaser is one of ihe favorites on the American Stage nd is said to have scored her crowning success In the Madcap Princess This production promises to be the event of the theatri cat season in Lexington and Iwili no doubt draw crowds from surrounding tow SEASONALE SUGGESTIONS CementWall Plaster standard of the wonu Just as cheap as Inferior kindsMore sold than any Jlalfdozen brands combined SPECIFY ib in your CON TRACTS and your plastering will be EVERLASTING We have just received fresh Car of Lime White Northern Seed Oats Hay Ship tuff Crushed Corn l4etcherv Witt- at L N depoU4Phone 142 I ii III st t TO Visit Elders Millinery department 29mch2t New laces from 1 cent up at EI- ders 20mch2t Back Home I derire to announce to my friends and patrons that I havo returned frcm a trip through Mexico and am now ready for business and will be glad to see you at my oilice Dr V II Hobson Vehicle for Sale Handsome two seatecl Trap Geo Millers Sons make bst make material and finish new ribber tire tiptop condition Good for n life time Cost 125 Price 100 Cash or good note KC BOtiGS- Nicbolasville Ky four Legged thicken Capt K D Burrusof Richmond has a four legged and four footed chicken that bids fair to prove a lively scratcher The chicken has been viewed by- everal people and all of them pro ounce it a curiosityValley View Argent Sunday Excursion First Sunday excursion to Cincin nati and return April ICtti via L N R R leave Richmond 630 a m arrive Cincinnati 1080 Returning train leaves Cincinnati 830 pm Special train arrives and departs from 4th tre t Station Cincinnati 150 round rip For Central University The trustees of Central University have received notice from the agents of Andrew Carnegie that if 30000 can be raised amone the friends of the llese 5fr Carnegie would add 30 30 The officers of the institution say that it will be no trouble to raise the amount among the friends of the University Sunday School Convention On Saturday night of this week there will be a Sunday School convention at the Christian church A most interest lila program conolsling of music speeches and addresses by citizens ami children will be rendered and everybody is invited to attend especially all interested III Sunday school work Officers Elected The annual election of Knights Templar officers was held at the Masonic Temple on last Wednesday night with the following results W R Shackelford Emminent Commander J T Jackson Generalissimo Dr J G Bosley Captain General Joe Terrill Senior Warden A D Miller Junior Warden Rev Hugh McLellan Prelate R R Burnam Treasurer J A Higgins Recorder Miller Davidson Standard Bearer Geo Simmons Sword Bearer A B Harris Warden and Ed Ballard Tyler Oood Roads Association The Louisana State Good Roads As sociation will be held in Baton Rouge L1nll the 27th of this month Thin will be followed bv the Inter State Convention of the Nation Good Roads Association An address will be made by W J Bryan also several governors tnd distinguished men will be presont Honorable James Wilson Secretary of dIe U S Department of Agriculture md Honorable Martin Dodge Director of Public Roads Inquires will make ad dresses Time occasion promises to be one of great interest and benefit mid no loubt be attended by large crowds For the Infirmary At a recent meeting of the Madison County Fiscal Court that body voted to give to the P A Clay Infirmary the 800 which has been annually allowed The allowance was made before the ladles managers had put in their usual request for the amount and the motion for such an allowance was made by quire Dykes The vote resulted in a tie which was decided by Judge Tur pin who voted in favor of the allow ance This action on the part of the Court has met with the highest approval or all who know the Inflrjnary to be one of our most highlv prized institution aud which our county can not well do without Contest of Music and Elocutions The second annual contest of music and elocution will be given under the auspices of Million lodge No i8 L 0 O F the latter Dart of April The pro gram will consist cf the following Best piano cluet First prize f3 eecond prize St Best recitation by boy or girl under 14 years ofageFirst prize 3 second prize SI Best vocal solo by boy or girl under 14 years ot age First prize 3 second prizgfl Best piano soloPrize 5 Best recitation by young ladyFirst 1Bestprize 5 second prize Best vocal solo by jonngtady5 nest vocal solo by young raan SS Any applicant in this contest should register with Mr B Jnett and MIM ISIafflit CampbelL t McKeeV store Lost Between L A A depot and Main sreet pair of gold iimmed nose glasses Reward for return to this office 2t MATRIMONIAL Miss Nellie Scott daughter of Mr Thomas Scott formerly of this county but now of Madison and Mr Ira Atkinson of Portland Ind wen married at the brides home Thursday Jessamine News DEATHS HISLE The ten months old daughter of Mr and Mrs John Hisle Ir died Sunday morning at the home of her grandfather Mr Jqlfn Hisle Sr The burial occurred Monday in the Rich mond Cemeter- yBuoNsToMr and Mrs J C Bron ton have the deep sympathy of theii friends in the loss of their infant son whose death occurred Monday The burial took place yesterday afternoon at three oclock in the Richmond Ceme teryHiiLAfter a protracted illness of lung trouble Mrs Joel Hill died Sun day night at her home near Forest Hill Deceased was about fortyfive years ol age and was much beloved by all who knew her She leaves a husband and ieveralchildren to mourn her loss After funeral services yesterday her remains were interred in the family burying ground STOXE HonorableSamuel H Stone formerly of this citv has the sympatl y of his friends here in tile death of hir mother Mrs Matilda Stone which oc curred at his home in Louisville last week Deceased who was 79 years old was a sister of General Roger Hanson and wnslorn In Winchester Besides Mr Sam Stone she loaves an other son jn Leavenworth Kansas COLLINS One by one our best known itizens are passing over the river Our whole community was saddened to learn of the death of Mr William Collin which occurred Saturday at him home on the Otter Creek pike Mr Collirs had been ill for sometime with complication of troubles and his death vug not unexpected He was one of our countys most influential farmers and citizens and was well known and much respected by all Besides his wife he is survived by three sons Dr Phelps Collins of Grand Junction Colorado and Messrs May and Joe Jake Collins who live at home Also two brothers Messrs Joe and J S Collins of this city After funeral services at the residence by Rev Hugh MoLellan hii remaius were brought to the Richmond Cemetery for interment The sympa thy of all is extended the bereaved family In their great grief Ntw Rel hsUte firma v Mr T S Hagauof this city and Rue Curry Real Estate agents of Harrodsburg Ky have formed a part nership to do a general Real Estate Business in the Blue Grass Section ot Kentucky This branch will be oper ated under time name of The Richmond Real Estate agency and the Harrods burg branch under the old firm name otRuei Curry All properties listed will bo advertised free by botim offices arid in the next issue of the CLIMAX a good list oh farms and town properties throughout the Blue Grass section will appear Mr Hagan returns to Hich moud after two years of farming ID Garrard county and is too well known here to need special mention 1tuetm Curry are reliable business men of HarroJsburg and have sold hundreds llof thousands pi dollars worth of meal estate within the past five years Mr Hagari has taken an officbup stairs In the Climax office where he wiiibe glad to Wsti yr jw p ieciw wfcta ec sfcow piwhssIs1 h c U Your New Spring Hat Time to lay asid tlt faded winter lidand get under one of our new spring styles Here youll find a splendid display of all the newest Hki ks of fashion straight from New York as well as conservative hats of evry shape and style thingtoYoumans Roelofs Pioneer Hedden Stetson andothers Easy to getthe hat you want at the price you want to pay quality guaranteed in every one 1 L25tL5Qt 2t 250 3t350t 4 and 5 I Qovington and BanksOUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS Fast Approaching As is well known time time for the an nual State Conclave of Knights Tem everythin21islooked forward to occasion It is the desire ot our local Commandery to make this meeting a grand success and they nre being backed bv our citi zens at large Everyone should see to the thorough cleaning of premises by tint time in order that our city and homes should present the best possible appearance to the visitors Quite a number of Commanderies have al ready engaged headquarters The Richmond Commander has engaged the services of the First Regiment Rand of Cincinnati to furnish music and other Commandbries will likewise bring their own bauds The State Con claves are one round of pleasure and gaiety and it is the ambition of every Knight here to have the coming one to eclipse all others if possible So lei everyone interested take on new ener Y with this aim in view The differ ent committees are all hard at work and their plans are being perfected and ev erything is moving along smoothly Work on the interior of the Temple is being pushed to a finish and when the fresco artist gets through we will have one of the handsomest Masonic Tem pies in the Slate IPeople in the county are expected to nd assist in entertaining the visiting Knights also in the decorations etc and thus help to make the Conclave a grand success Chances Hands Time Eminence Constitutionalist has been bought by Messrs H J and H S Newlonof Owenton who will takr charge at once Mr B J Newlon and his family formerly lived here he liar ing been editor of the old Kichmoud Herald They have many old friends here who will wish them much succes in their new field Ihe Value of Good Appearance Every Ulan who values good appearance will bo interest in the advertise ment of W D Oldham Co In tins issueSpring offerings are always interesting the outer garb of mankind is as important as the coloring to nature The Spring Suits shown by this firm are indeed beautiful examples of the railurinjc Art and show the wonderful progress of art and science for the outward covering of mankindI Want to Locate Here The Climax is in receipt of the fol lowing letter which deserves careful consideration nail we trust will meet with much interested consideration oil the part of our progressive citizens both in town arid county April 5 1005 Editor Climax Richmond Ky DearSirA new concern intending to can tomatoes pickles and other table necessities desires a location for ita proposed establishment which to start will employ only about thirty persons at good wages Farmers of course will he employed in growing the vegetables to good profit An abundance of good water in a good arming countty Is the principal con sideration Will veil make mention ol Ihis ill thc Climax and let see if the citizens of your county will endeayoi to securfc time location of this concern Within tile courses of a little whllewe vill correspond with your commercial club if you have ORe abeei a nutnbei of manufacturing concwas which w will be aimlto IocafeJn K n tacky 1til yrnllly lI ri tJ LJ =QtL r ci Jt C r t1 1 r Auction On Saturday the Twentysecond of this month the ladies of tho P A C Infirmary will hold an auction in the Chenanlt store room on Second street Long Tom Chenault will cry the sale and all kinds of nice and useful articles will be offered The hours will be from two to five in the afternoon and from seven to ten at night This auction will be held tor the benefit of the Infirmary and will be sure to be most heartily patronized byonr people It is for a most worthy cause and should be liberally suppoi ted Remember tIme date April 22 the day before Easter Council Froctcdlnzs On last Thursday night the City Council met in regular session with all members except Mr Hales prtsant At tIme beginning the usual business was transacted consisting of the re ports from the different official and theI reading of the minutes of the last meet mug Mr L P Evans and Dr C S Hoi ton appeared before the Council and asked that body to enforce the ordi nance which has been passed orderng the Chiistian chnich and Mrs Cynthia Karr to lay a side walk along their property on Oak street The Council decided to put this ordinance into effect at once Mr W R Shackelford in behalf of the Richmond Commandery of Knights Templar asked that the city appropriate the sum of2F0 to Te used in illu minating and decorating the streets during the coming Conclave His re quest was granted The various pastors ot the town were in attendance in the interest of the much argued question of closing the barber shops on Sunday At the last meeting most of the barbers of the town petitioned the ordinance which was passed and which called for the closing of such shops on the Sabbath but the Mayor vetoed this act Time question was brought up again on last Thursday night and it was passed ever the Mayors head Mr G G Prewitt reminded the Council of their agreement to macada mize Fourth street if such should be opened through and their failure to fill said contract Time Street Committee was authorized to receive bids tor doing said work Both the L ft N and L A roads answered the request of the Council in regard to adding passenger coaches to their freight trains on court days The first mentioned stated that it would be a dangerous undertaking and asked that they be not urged to do so while the latter stated that owing to the absence of President Amsdeii no step had been takeif in the matter Dr Bales the Health OUlcer peti tioned the Council to pass an ordinance prohibiting citizens of Richmond to keep pigs on less than half an acre of ground but this was defeated Mr J J McCarty was awarded the contract of keeping the public watering troughs in repair at a salary of 163 per yearCouncilman Shackelford reported that he had found a fine quality ot rook that could be delivered at t9 per rod whereupon he was given authority to purchase any amount he saw fit for the citys use The following claims were presented and referred to the Finance Commit tee Water pickt Co 1749 25 CovlriKton Arnold Bro 12 25 Harry Prather 000 Lee Barton 600 ET Nelson MX Fir DepartR1ilflt BS 00 J JYMcCarty aIO S Parrish t i EiectsicPeerCo 61313 BSbackelfcwdCo 29 n Climar Ptfi Cev in 50 seflM4Mhhl1 13TJ- L K 1M o 2l- WJ14Iaeky i s 1i81JQ lIdt 711 4 t j ctJ It For Sale Two or three number one good milch cowsa123t G J White Son A Unique 5Ifl The following sign written on a piece of dark brown card board with lead pencil was found in a conspicous place at the Barrel factory and was handed to us for publication We print it exact ly as it was written PIEAS NOTICE THESE RULES Know commen thrun her on Sunday and sow stay out Please cons in the week when the office men is her Yours very truly Know visitors on Sunday a taul a loud No name was signed but is very evi dent that visitors are not wanted at the Barrel factory on Sunday Fatal Acd coL- A horrible accident occurred Saturday ought in the Eastern part of the city which resulted in the death of the six yearold child ot Nannie Hunter Children in that part of town have been in the habit of running after the wagons that passed and on Saturday night as usual they were running aftei and hanging on to a large hemp wagon The little fellow fell dod was run over death ensuing immediately It was no fault of the driver Accepted A Call To BalnbiUge Ga Much heartfelt regret was experienced when Dr W H Dodge announced to his congregation Sunday morning that he had accepted a call to the First Presbyterian church of Bainbridge fla This news came as a complete surprise is DO intimation of each had been made previously Dr Dodge has been pastor of the First Presbyterian chnrch here for a number of yearshnving been call ed here from Jacksonville Florida During lis ministry here he has endeared himself not only to his own congre gation but to all Christian people alike He is a lorceful speaker a scholar and It gentleman and is most ably assisted In his work by his wife who will bf most sadly missed Their departure will leave an aching void in the church here and while all are grieved to give Dr and Mrs Dodge up the best wlsbef of their many friend will go with them to their new field and may the chang be for their good What is Catarrh Uvomei Cures This Common and Disagreeable Disease Hyomei cures catarrh by the simple method of breathing it Into the air pas sages and lungs It kills the germs ol the catarrhal poison heals and soothes the irritated mucous membrane enteis the blood with the oxygen and kills the germs present there effectually driv lug the disease Iron the system If you have any of the following symptoms catarrhal germs are at work somewhere in the mucous membrane ot the nose throat bronchial tubes or tissues of the lungs offensive breath dryness oltiie nose pain across the eyes pain In the bacK of the lendencrto tatp cold burning pain in the throat hawking to clear the throat pain In the chest a cough stitch la side losing of flrih variable appetite low spirited at raising ot fro bT raa cons expectorating yellow matter difficulty in breathing frequent aceezlug husllcee ot voice discharge from nose n08edichlng of the body dropping in throat mouth whi sleepingi- tickming back of palatetmrmattonofrusts in the ubs- ilryneas of the throat In the mornIng Iota of strength opaimi of coughing congb abort and back lugough worse nights morningsioss ji feeling ot tlgntnesi across the upper part of the body HyoBiel will cure the disease destroy activity of all germ Hip in the respirato rv organs enrich purify the blood with additional otoflft and after a few days eee of this treatment the majority ot these symptomBWin have disappear ed In a we cure will b complete h Catarrh eRUwhiS colds cannot ex i wfesa Hy Mi k B ed This a etroa ytoUniMit bat S L 1 ilckWton emplm V HffnMiMC jo refaod tOIl ki 4r 4 IQ o IfNow is the time to plant yI Caladium Tuberose fu Gladiolus r I VO1 A supply of cut flowers always on hand and 6ispecial attention given to funeral designs1r The Florist I Telephone 188 7 HALLS color to gray hair Sold for fifty years o1Q Why buy an oil brartd wagon when you can buy a Rirdsoll wagon for the same money at D B Shackelford Cos Smchtf Those desiring cultivated hemp- seed should call on or address It 11I Ross Kirksville Ky 29racb5t Who sells the American Steel Fence It can bo found at D n jhnckelford Cos and the price isI lower than ever Srachtf 9Jtiiis Albert VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer glossyStopsnftWiamsS All vehicles and work turned out by us ia guaranteed to be as repre sented Itis 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 usa call and we will convince you that our goods are the best and our prices time cheapest RICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S L JlidkiO propietor Spring I Styles Spring is here and the time for general decorating Nothing helps the appear auce of a room more than fresh paper anti a new coat of paint or varnish Thats what we want to tell yon about Our stock is complete We have new ideas galore In niL the world you aan1 find bettor or more beau- tifulPAPER than e are carrying this season Then too we employ skilled workmen an1 that means as much as merely selecting pretty paper Ono beauty about our superb studS is that of low prices W1 want you to come and see us investi gate our line and we will promise yvi that we have the the Joon and the proper styles We also handle all knifs of Window Shades and fixtures Picture f Oils Varnishes Palufs etc Give u tie i Call MW1 vj 1t t West Main Street RICHMOND Kyk We want a picture of your Home u In appear incur took History of lich mend and Madison county QEJct jC t I Clothes t 1 particularly t perbly tailored and when t they fit perfectly To appreciate the high artis gjisorder a 11Suitorapa- irofTrousersr JHj We have over five hundredsamples and piece goods to select j from and we guarantee fit andsatisfaction f 1 No garment Iaves our house tomer is perfectly satisfied IT r Jiiic I RICE AND ARNOLD 0 THE ONE PRICE v HOUSE i Main Street Richmond Ky f f to- J 1 j if I1 v n e iWACO KENTUCKY DENIAL SUBCKSSY tT XacTvwvB otosoTv OF LomsviuK ET BuildinglchmSndnOTl7ly V M Blanton DENTIST 43Offlce lu Bennett Building Uanly TELEPHONE 196 For Rent Nice store room on Second street suitable for grocery or other line of merchandise Apply to Judge J C Chenauit or this office tf Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar pricesbeforethis linens We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky S 0 0 0 HAVE YOU TRIED OURi I MQtI1in Ah Jellico Coal 0youare missing one of lifes luxuries The Mountain Ash Jellico Coal is free from impurities SSGrates Stove or Furnace S 5badS Beattyville Coal Co- D R Freeman Mgr 5SS 555S SSSS SSSSSS SSSSSS- Si tt Ca A Taylor thas everything the farmer needs m JorHs r tt 9t Spring Plowing It He handles the celebrated 1t VULKN PLOW and also has Cooking Stoves etc of g 4H the latest pattern and lowest prices k Roofing and Guttering a v Specialty 1 1 11 1r Weve Hired 1 Uncle SamAs our agent to snow and SEXT our thruugihimment Bond This is a specialoffering of m nlISpring L1Aand SuitsatPIU 15 They are black Thibet for dress wear and fancy Cassimerrs andIVotsteds in lieht mediam and for business wear They are to UARATl D AIIrWOOl and made in thoroughly uptodate What we lUll you to do is and Bk lot samples and stylcsIbtanksaaizig you saw TillS TIllS naoer Ours is the largest and oldest house In ourtline in the We OWN our tiuildine and have dune buslnes on the SAMU SPOT forever FORTY YEARS Wesell CLOThING HATSand FURNISH everybodVsend alt Roods SUBJECT TO APPROVAI Style books forAll lines free on request Ictus hear front you LEVYSTIM and Mark- etLOUISVILLE II i q r AIrG Aili r RICHMOND ESTOCrY Oc OTerS4ftt ltank tCoopposite Court House Maim Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYSA2LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second streei over Chen nits grocery JACKSON l ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Si Thomas drug store g jJJlill AfI I Most LargetYleldl tII Mammoth Red Cob White Dent The hrjejt yielding and most satisfactory wge white Corn offered GOLDEN KINGT- he best early large yellow Fun stocks of other superior torts Write for list and prices and Improve your Crop BLUE RIBBON SEEDS An always the most economical to use XEP1L LOHS 1MI Largest stocks Vccetable and Flow Seats Alfalfa Rape Grass and Clorer Seeds Seed Potatoes Cow Peas Soylkans Millet Sor Chum DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY t ARB Y U IPIN 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 Teeth 4 Gold Bridge Work Iper tooth The best set ofteeth 6 These are Justis teeth und they are the best no matter what you pay for having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky f fiv cuftDCIOocaacaui l CINCINNATI j l Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost LeastWear Best Salesman E C BOGUS a uSJeDiamonds Watches Clocks Cutglass All kinds ofjewelry andPrecious Stones tV E of every description These are some of the things to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs resetting taks it to Lanes hell fix that too ri If you want Anything that Utcan be found in a that class gotoin these kind of articles L Ev Lane C Jeweler d Optician Wire Fence TAMBWIREpurchase the best wire fence willcall in or address J D LONG yllOMyr Richmond Ky Telephone B H Tuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf hivesltclhlfssfievea permanently cured Doaos Ointment At any drug store KILLTHE COUCHurn CURE THE LUNCS I WIT fnr Kings New Diserv I FOR cONSUMPTIOH OUGIL and OLDS 1Price Surest and Quickest Cure forT XHBOA7 and LTJlfB TBOTJB JUC8 orKOKIY BAOJC J- IforbyXO l C f In tMl for J paw YoUnJrth41l best to Tafcilly Tratl r 10 year old injne4OO per gallon 10 u bottles f5 5II U jufEs26Q it IiII botl s 3 4 galloi4Or4erspromptlyfiflod WILEY SEARCY Prop Oldjoe Distillery Bra3e novlryr aderBon Bounty Ky I SOLD BY MF Enright First Street DRLANUMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Apr 12 1905 r THE SOUTHWEST A Grand Country for Home seekers and Investors Excursion Rates TwiceA Month Arkansas Louisiana and Texas of fer the greatest inducements for persons desiring to own their homes Cheap land producing almost anything that can be grown ariywhen mild climate schools good water healthful surroundings anil a growing country are some of the advantages Unexcelled Tot raising fruits and vegetables for early markets Land that can be bought forx5 to 10 per acre can be made to yield 100 and 2QO per acre in orchard and truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each mOLth we sell homeseckers tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one fare plus 2 00 for the round trip Ap il Ith and 18th special low round trip ratesless than one way faretHiOO and less from Memphis and Cairo to points in Texas Low rates in proportion from points East of Memphis and Cairo Literature descriptive of above country and information about rates will be mailed upon request L O SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 38 DOLLARS to CALIFORNIA and the NORTHWESTFrom via th- eHenderson Route CorrespondIng low rates to Washington Ore on Utah Montana and pointsTickets up to and in eluding May 16 1905 Also special liomeseekerss rates to the west and southwest on certain dates If you contemplate a tripask us for rates If you would travel lii comfort see that your tickets re t d over the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis Free reclining chair cars on all of our SU Louis trains Direct con nections in St Louis Union Station with alt lines to the west and south AgentLoulsvllle LOW RATES From Richmond via Southern Railway Effective March 1 to May 15 s California points Portland Ore Tacoma Wash Seattle Vashrf 10Spokane Wash438Ogden Utah Helena Montana Butte Montal1aS710- Billings Mont 3210 dailyfrQmabove rates via the Southern railway and correspondingly low rates wilL be made to other points in the W sL and NorthwestCheap trip Homcveckers1 tic kets will also be on sale April4 to 18 to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texus and to many other points in the West also points in the Southeast For maps foldersand complete information call on yout local agent or address LexingtonKyC H HUNGER ORD D P A Louisville Ky G BALLENA GP A St Louis Mo v n THE Bf r- MmICNf WOMEN t I If are nervous and tired Qnt- contllually you could iavo 10 approachof unbearable ment You need Yine of Cardol now just as much as if the trouble were more developed and the torturing pains pf disorderedmert fxuauoc b ng dwnp1ius andheadaach mhasbronghtffpmen antI sill bring talltraroclaachefrom qui klldevcoping fntodio oeronB be hard ofWmeofdealer dow not it send the to the Ladies Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co and OB medidnewil1besetyou 1WNEsf VUUJ IJ li ti 1 itea SECRETSAt the Price oC SvLtturloff Woman oa her way semlhivaUdism Caused by pregnancy suffers much pain Ignorance prompts her to suffer alone In remain in the dark as to the true C1usemotherl100- ilttothers Friend takes the doctor place and she has no cause for an inter She is her own doctor end het modesty is protected Daily application tr the breast throughout pregnancy will enable her toundergo the in a cheerful moou and rest undistu- rbedMothers Friend ba liniment for external use only It would indeed be shameful if the sacrifice of modesty were necessary to the success ful issue of healthy children Allwomen about to become mothers need sendonly to a drugstore and for roo secure the remedy Healthy babies are the result of useing Mothers Friend Our book Motherhood mailed free THE BRAOFIELO REGULATOR Ce ATLANTA I HOMES FACING DISASTER Partial Collapse pt Surface Workings of Anaconda Mont Minis Endangers Houses Anaconda Mont There Is coaster nation among the house owners in the vicinity of Galena street and Warren avenue and In the territory bounded on the west by Gaylord street and orv the east by Shields avenue extending from Park down to Talbott a large area of territory Is more or less In a shattered condition caused by the paa tlal collapse of surface worKings of mines In tho vicinity Some of the tenants are actually in tear of dire results and they look for ward to the time when the frost gets out of the ground with apprehension for their disturbed minds picture grewsome sights such as houses fail ing into gaping abysses tumbling into yawning chasms children being buried alive In their mothers arms and all sorts of fantastic pictures of the vivid Imagination The ground is sinking of that there is no doubt for reports of the occurrence have been received by the county commissioners and the city council Houses have been set at variance with their foundations and doors and windows are set at odds with their casings so that In many Instances they have had to be taken out and Jet over again Doors In a night have been squeezed so tightly as to refute toopen and had to be taken off their hinges and rchung Blasting is heard directly beneath houses and In one case the dishes Were rattled out of the cupboard and broken Into fragments by the violent taU to the floor One man said that he was afraid to go into his cellar as he thought H blast had broken the ground and connected it with the 1000foot level of a mine The owners of houses are as yet decided as to what action to take in an effort to secure relief or redress for it is not known who is responsible or how many may be held responsible for the shaking up of that part of the city It Is understood that the com plainants will pool their grievances and present them In a solid mass td the authorities and push their suits against the mining companies JAPAN IN WAR WITH US Congressman Hull Declares Country- Is Menaced by Desire of Mikado to Secure Philippine Islands Des Moines la Congressman John Hull chairman of the Muse military committee declares the United StateS will have trouble with Japan and lkd Jy a bloody war over the Philippine In the ntar future He declares that in Washington and other capitals the opinion is entertained in the best in formed circles that if Japan wins against Russia she will proceed to the task of driving occidentals out of landed possessions in the far east and that the United States In the Philip pines will come next The Japanese need the Philippines- said Congressman Hall and they are Certain they couid wrest them from We must remember that In a war with them we would be in the same situa ion Russia is now Japan would be close to the scene of war while we would be 7000 miles from It Japan would prefer to buy the Is lands and If she collects a great in demnity from Russia she will have the money wIthwhich to buy So the question may be put up to us very soon If we dont want to sell we can zafely expect that the Japanese will not lose time in finding occasion for trouble with us Our policy should be to fortify the Islands aniLIUwall so that operations against our Pacific coast could not be carried on from this group as a base If our present naval programme wero completed we would have anavy second only to Englands and it would be strong enough for many years to come If we could keep It alt In the Pa cific But tuat is Impossible We must keep fleets in other waters and still maintain enough in the Pacific to overmatch Japan That Is the situa tion we face As matters stand now Japan could seize the islands It she chose and we could never wrest them from her FALSE TEETH AS SECURITY Jersey Horse Borrower leaves the Plate in Animals Stall Host ler Git Reward Orange N JFrotn BranchYUlo comes the story of a man who one night Mslted the stable of Alvah T Decker and without leave from Mr Decker bor rowed one of lila best horses and rode like Tam 0 Shanter all night long returning the animal to the stable before daylight When he opened the stable that morn- Ing Mr Decker found the jaded horse with the frozen stow clinging to Its legs The hired man in sweeping outthe stall found a set offalso teeth Mr Decker fook the teeth and allowed the fact that he had a set of false teeth awaiting an owner to be freely circulated about the neighborhood The ownwr of the teeth came around after several days and asked Mr Decker for his teeth Mr Decker says the affair Is a closed incident now but addsthat the owner paid him a substaa hat Bum as a reward for the recqvery of the teeth Find Eemains of a Dinocaar W13S haley a Boston en Klneer reports the discovery near Lake Tcbo ten miles froze Sedalia McL of the incomplete skeletoA ora Awe prehistoric animal iwaslDly a kl4oJShi aria been reorLei 3MiwHii Jtte y 3t t st i1 f 4PeV 4ti1 i F r c C inHy Are CDnstantiP Ur uae4 The Mother Vltlt Them Lexington Ky Apr1l4The vitiit bf Mrs John E gladden wife of the ioted turfman and master of Hamburg Place to Lexington developed the fact that her sons Edward and Joseph are constantly under guard Since March 15 they have not been out of sight of one of two men At night they sleep at the home of Allen Steee Maddens manager and In daytime Roger Keat ney sees that they are not abducted and that no accident befalls them This was the sixth birthday of Jo seph and Mrs Madden came from CIa cinnati to spend theday with the lads Kearney brought them to the city and remained until time to take them bnck to Hamburg Place In her petition for divorce Mrs Mad don asks for the custody of the chil then In an interview she said that Maddens removal of the children from St Joseph academy near New York while she was sick In February was ti violation of an agreement that the boys should remalA there until the question of their custody should La settled by the court She says that she has no Intention of trying to ttb duct the boys and that the attendance of a guard when she visits them pain her very much Mr Madden Is now at Sheepshoad BayN Y Lexington Ky April 5Joseph W McGrue father of Mrs John Madden who Is suing for divorce and custodr of her children from the noted horse man Is here with Attorney Dixon of Cincinnati collecting evidence in her behalf to be used in the suit Maddens attorney C C Broncton gave out a statement denying Mrs Maddens allegation that the two boys were left at Hamburg lu care of strangers but says they are in cus tody of reliable men and their every want and comfort Is provided for GIFT ACCEPTED Captain of Battleship Kentucky Sends Ships Thanks Newport Ky April EiJ P Week Dan president of the German National bank has received a letter fronyCapt W J Barnette commanding the bot teshlp Kentucky accepting the gift to the vessel of a sliver loving cup made by Newport school children In accepting the gift Capt Barrette stat ed In his letter dated Pensacola Fla The ofllcers and crew of this vessel have been apprised of the generous action of the school children of Newport and join me in expressing to you the appreciation in which the gift shall be held on this ship The cup may be forwarded by express or other transportation to my address at Pen sacola Fa The children of Newport contributed nearly a half ton of pennies with which to buy the gift PREFERRED DEATH TO ARREST Charles Hutchinson Pursued by a Posse Committed Suicide Paducah Ky April GHenry alias Charles Hutchinson colored who shot officer W K Bakerat Fulton Ky last Monday committed suicide by fir lug two bullets Into his head at Git uertsvllle Ky twenty miles above here whilea posse was in pursuit He first engaged in a battle with the posse using Jill hls cartridges except two Announcements FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announced C ARENCE K WOODS a candidate for Mayor of Rich mondubJect to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We nre authorized to announce R E ROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney sub lect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce THOS H COLLINS candidate for City Attnrneyaub Ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorized to ann nnce Judge n C Rica a candidate for the office of Poli e Judge of Richmond subject to the action ofthe Dem ocratic party We are authorized to announce J J GREEN LEAF an a candidate for Judge of the Police Court subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CHIEF CF POLICE We are athorited to announce JAMES H ALLMAX a candidate fqr Thief of Police of the Bf Richmond subject to the action of the Derapcratie party We are auihorlttd to announce CLAUD DEVQRE a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Deniocratlcparty We are authorized to announce VW RAE DIN a candidate for the office of Thief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the DemocMlc party We Ire authorized 10 announce W M CREEK IORI a candidate for Chierof Police of RicHmond sublect to the action of the Democratic party Weare authorized to announce Mr T tfoLSOCf a candidate for the office of Chief of Polite of Richmond subject to the action of thn Democratic party FOR COUNCILMAN We are authorized to announce EMIL LOU RISlH A a candidate for the City Council from the East End precinct subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W 8 OLDHA5I a candidate for Councilman from University Precint subject to the action of the Democratic party We are nuthonzee to announce O W GATES s candidate for Councilman from West End Precinct subject to the action of the Democra partyWe authorized to announce COLEMAN NEFF ns a randidale lot City Council from the West End precinct subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce RICHARD J McKER ai a candidate for the City Council from the University precinct subject to the ac ion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN A MRRSHON candidate for City Council from the East End precinct subject to the action oUhe Democratic party We are authorized to announce WALANQ FORD as a candidate for City Council from the University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We areanthorized 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 MIL LER a candidate for reelction to the office of City Council of Richmond subject 15 the ac lion of the Democratic party Weare authorized to announce Mr T T COVINGTON a candidate for the office1 of City Council from Wet End Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party Ve are authorized to announce JO A MYERS a Candida e for ttlr Council from East End Precinct ubJect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ALBERT GENTRY a candidate for Councilman from East End precinct subject to the action of the Democrat party We are authorized Jo announce JtJNNINGS MATJP1N a candidate for Councilman from Rait End precinct subject tothe action of the Democratic party Waste authorized to announce A E OARSE as a candidate for City Council frOm the Eiist End iirecinct subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party PR JAILER We are authorized to nniounce TiBB 0 SUEARER a candidate for JaIIr of Madcoo to the action ol th lIefI B petIFOR MAQIStKATB authorized to Mr 3 lDfaSa candidate hoc axlIlloffJtRe tf lUck mend Magisterial DMM Mktot othUoa of the Uootlc party FOaW1fiT W Are autbci4jasIL X- VNU a eurMatM O4Rich3t4S IilevtlcpztV n C2 Hr tJ 6 u 1 CG 4 J i X toMea a Floraq announce to the public that they received the iinest and mst beautiful car load of Marble and Granite I ever in Richmond at home where yOU get theL best goods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street Louisville and Nashville RR is prepared to quote you rates to Any Pointsell through tickets and check your baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale daily Special ExcursonHome Seekers and Colonists Tickets on Sale from Time to Time Through Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Electric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKt A TRIP Consult your Local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Cull on or address J W Hamilton A ent L N Richmond Kj WM ONEIU Tiekt Seller TVIaster Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Arthur Warrens Admr etc Pill agains- tArthurWarrens Creditors Dft All persons having claims against the estate of Arthur Warren decd are hereby notified to file same legally verified with the undersigned at IMP office in Richmond Kr on or brfore the 25th day of April 1005 or same will bo barred 8a THORPE 15m4t M C M C C Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Rice Cousins etc Plff against Susan Leavell etc Dft All persons haying claimsncainst the estate of Irvine Cousins decdv are hereby notified to file the same legally verified with the undersigned nt his befllfIor same be barred S H THORPE 15mMt M C M C C We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies und runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It wid pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan nors at moderate prices The best rub bet tire npplyed and guaranteed tfor one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works 8 L MidkifWdoj ++ ++ CALL AT ++ + JONES MERSBONS SALOON PARLOR WREN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed byuptoath and accommodation Pennine Saratoga Water Kept oc Tap tSSSSSSSfSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St T 33 uiuuuczt v uuugms D SimmOnt An Announcement to the Public hvcEabove persons who will be pleased to have their friends call and see them at the same old stand We want to say to the public that we now hm OUt stock complete We have received car load of gem jllf Frost Coiled Spring Steel Wire a ear load of the best Wagons made 4 The Studebaker a car load of Olympic Diamond Ranges We want to further say that we buy most of n 1 np wagons and stoves in car load lots and if yqu will 1 tI see us we can sell you the best goods for as littl ilS than youwill pay for inferior goods Seeing is I VI Come in and you will believe what we have to say Tinwork and Guttering and Spouting we make a specialty of Would be p Ii have you let us do your work or give you an estimu Respectfully yours CIIE DollgIus Co Richmond Ky f REGISTERED TRADE MARK J r de 5oie I NAME ON SELVAGE The hardships of the winter have passed anti now we are prepared to r supply you with your spring fittings i We have purchased nn immense line t of Dress Fabrics Notions Stocks hosiery r Underwear Zephyrs Ginghams r Calico and in fact nvery tiling pertain t ing to the dresser This tock is of superlative slllfnlloriand magnitude and one that you wouldljust enjoy to peruse over Our spring showings are now on exhibition at our f store We would suggest early selec lions this season and dont linger in asking about the prices We assure you that our prices are lower than any house In Call tOlniline and convince yourself of the sin cerity of this statement i W P BAXTER Telephone 412 Wall Paper Painting Paper Will show you a complete line of new novelties in modem decorations HangingI Effects Stripes Cloth Hangings Panel and Two Tone Effects factories of CompanyTheCo the two largest Wall Paper manufactories in the v r 24 Samples can be seen at my residence on H Main street or a telephone call will bring them to v Estimates cheerfully made jf Superior workman s WALL PAPER L rI Make Moneyi In CaliforniaI- f mncbesryou are Industrious and capable you can make money there The big are breaking up into small farms that need more workers to care for the product The towns and cities are prosperous because the country is prosperous youhave f rent oneon shares and pay for it out of the product in a few years We will r send you descriptive booklets and folders giving full information about the money familyYou you can go there work a few months enjoy the delightful climate the flowers fruit and scenery and earn enough to pay your expenses both Ways by taking advantage of the Bargain RatesEvery Day March 1 to May 15 From Chicago 3O From St Louis For oneway colonist tickets Correspondingly reduced rates from almost any point East The trip is easily sad comfortably made via the Rock Island Two routesone through New Mexico the other through Through tourist carshours quicker than any other line Double daily tourist service via El Paso routesThe experts and alkingConlultfolder Across the Continent Qa Tourist Sleeper Remember the Rock Island runs more tourist cars to California than any other route Many of thrm are of the latest pattern with wide windows and lavatory and tntet roorat for both men and women unusually large and complete in their appointment Cut cut thi advertUemcnt mt in space below and mail to JOHN SEBASTIAN Pauencer Traffic Manager Rock UaBd System CrHCACO IIUILTP4CdCaWornisbooicJ io I expect to leave for California aLoe and aald Ie Wennati about u n Name ci a IbA d ii hII Ii I jj CV W a