You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, April 19, 1905. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1905 ric1905041901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, April 19, 1905. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tft IJ ii II 0 j ifu cr Ip f 1l n J = i CJ TtiE 1zI 11 t J0tci J i r fOLTIME 31 rc RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 1905pcJlt ft ii t PHONE 80 WINES CREEKMORE DRUGS 8 MAINk1-w i I x rt l k 7W717r 71 7171 1 7f 7ITTEATIOA+ New Gustomer+ 7 7F We are knocking at your door withour new line of Spring and Summer goods We are prepared to offer the buyer v every advantage ofnewness quality and economy that a 1 splendidly assorted retail store can present We solicit your spring trade orthe representation that you + willfind it satisfactory and profitable to make your purchases 71- W from us t+ We carry most anything you can ask for in 4 E Dry Goods Notions i4 Shoes Hats f+I Gents Furnishingsx We also carry a complete line of Carpets Mattings and Rugs 15vi +4z We guarantee to give the best quality of goods for the g pricethe PRICE always the lowest Call and see us j iLackey and Hamilton iTilE HUSTLING CASH STORE First and Main 1 S1 775 IJ 7lf 75 M76 F71 F7 rt 1f 71 8lieI L THE 7J J3Country I ff Store IN TOWN Ir BUY FORc CASH+ SELL FOR + CASHK We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware isf Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware Harness Farm Implements Wagons Buggies IcRoad Carts etct In fact most every article l used on farm or in kitchen 2 Rememberour CASH PRICEmakes 7A goods very low when compared with the credit system II I WE SELLTHE- LyLhbT MX ChiUen Plow L the most substantial and f easIest running p1pw 75in the wor14 Examine and give us your order L Fencing Wire Roofing etc S Ttf Try our Old Fashioned 15 Country Meal Cheap iPoultry Eggs Hides f f Furs N colyer Bros Phone 237 Main Street N RICHMOND KY I ffi 71 I 7F 71 rd DWTRII3BLEAUCTIONEER REAL ESTATE AGENT SolicItediYour Business Satisfaction Guaranteed UICHMOND Yj IIc For Sale Nice1 lot on Fourth street 47x12 fetFor narticulars call at this OffiCE oe If you are In the market for fern in i dip not pass Sharkelford Co1 store Us they have the and th fenced Btnchtf TZiw laces from 1 cent up at E driJeI WHAT THIS MAN SAYS Only Reechoes th Sentiments of Thousands in our Re public The Richmond reader Is asked to thoroughly investigate the following This can readily ho done for the gen tleman whose statement is published below will be too pleased to answer anyd communication mailed to him if writer really suffers from the annoying consequence which alwaysntlend inact- Ive or weakened kidneys- J B Lewis editor of the Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky says For a year or more I suffered creat deal from a dull aching pain across my back At times the aching was conSstant lora day or two If I sat but a short time it became almost Unbearable and if I stooped or lifted any thing I felt sharp twinges in the small of my back The secretions from the kidneys were most Irregular aa well a highly colored and offensive I had my attention called to Doans Kidneyt Pills through our papers and a box Alter using them for a few dayst III commenced to see an improvement kept on with the treatment and the pains in my back entirely left me and the kidney secretions became normal From the great amount of good I dp rived from the use of this medicine have every reason to bn convinced of its merits and have not the slightest hesitancy in giving it my hearty en dorsementPlenty more proof like this from Richmond people Tail at B L Slid deltonH drug store and ask what lib customers report For sale by all dealers Prine 5 c FosterSIflburn co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the namoDoansand take no other npr White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt IfebSt Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekln lit had in curabe consumption his last hope van ished bnt Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs nnd Colds kept him out of his grave Ho says T11i4 great specific completely cured and saved my life Since then I have used If for over lOyearp mid con isider it a marvelous throat and limp cure Strictly fcioniifie cure foi Coughs Korfl Throats or Colds sun preventive of Itienmonia Guaranteed 60c and SI bottles at K C SltocktonV drug store Trial bottles free li B II Luxon Bro have the nicest lot ot timothy hay in Madison county Call on them when in neeJ Sdetf A Daredevil Ride often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Bucklens Ar nica Salve A deep wouud In mj foot from an accident writes Theo dore Schnele of Columbus Or cauecd me great pain Physicians were help less but Bucklens Arnica Salve quick ly healed it Soothes and heals burns liko magic 25c at R O Stocktons drugstore im TOUR OF ALL MEXICO Tour of all Mexico in Jauuaiy and February under escort of Beau Camp boll General ManagerAmerican Tour fat Association For rates dates sleeting car reservation and full particu lars ol Itinerary address A A Gallagher D P A 419 WaluutSt1Cincinnati Ohio Frightful Suffering Relieved SojrerinK frightfully from tile vira lentpqlsona of undi e ted ioodC 6 Gravs ljflISl MISS took Dr Ktn a New Lire Pilk wkhthe xe 115 wrItes ltbMIfAIlitOlflaoo d id wojWrtof c4p 9 iJ L O Ik tONo sad 1 1jbL 0 J fJ ROAD HOISTS TEAMS DEVICE CABBIES WAGOnS UP A STJEEP INCLINE i Novel Engineering Scheme Which Believe t Overworked Horses Is in Operation at Cleveland OtElectricity the Power Cleveland OA novel and important invention the first rolling roadway ever built has been completed anti placed itin operation in Cleveland By means t f it teams with heavy loads are car ned up a 20 per cent gradeforward 420 feet and upward 05 rcetIn four minutes or less Thousands of spectators have witnessed this interesting sight while at the same time numerousC representatives from other even from Europe Interested In the va rious problems of transportation have watched Its operation with interest In Cleveland as In many other cities the wagon route for a large volume of heavy traffic Is necessarily up several steep grades The city proper is upon an elevation and the docks and several of the principal railroad depots are at the foot of long Inclines over which several streets lead On Factory street the site of the first roadway the incline for many years has been traversed by heavily laden teams which climbed the grade at a snails pace and with great difficulty At the same time It has never been possible to haul as heavy loadsup this incline as could be hauled were the start made from the top of the hilllt63mIof the horses In addition to the sayqlug of labor on the part of the e and the saving of time to the ownerJof the vehicle It Is believed that therelJwill be n noticeable swing in blacka smiths bills The loads inTthis manner are fully eqnal to possible upon a level road Horsest soon become used to the Inventidns in fact few of them frighten even onhthe first trip The rolling roadway is a great end less belt which Is operated by means of electric power and which weighst 99 tons It is the invention CoTp Isaac D Smead of Cincinnati worked nearly three years on the drawings before they were even seen by others The rolling roadway is eon sidered a wonderful piece of engineer Ing About four months are required to build such a roadway Nearly 100 men were employed on the one inICleveland At the top of the hill there is a small t tower It Is from this point that the electric power Is applied When the wagons have been clamped to the roadway at the start the man In the tower Is notified by means of an electric signal and the roadway begins to move at the rate of some four miles an hour Once at the top of the hill and upon the level the machinery stops and the clamps holding the wagon are loosened Ten vehicles can be placed pon the roadway at one time The aily capacity is about vehicles toll of from 10 cents to 25 cents is charged dependent upon the weight of the loud For foot passengers two cents toll Is charged However while the tests were being made vehicles and foot passengers were carried free HORSE ON SNOWSHOES NOW wede Tail Carrier In Wyoming Has Steed Equipped for Heavy Travel Saratoga WyoUncle Sam has to overcome many difficulties in wintertime to supply mining camps in the mountains with mail The town of Dil on which Is supplied triweekly from his place Is at an altitude of 9000 feet to the 1st of February the mall con- ractor managed to keep the trail open for sledges but there came such a snow fall at that time that sleds had to be abandoned and the mail carried on snowshoesThe has secured the serv ices of a Swede who has a horse which he has taugbUto travel on snowshoes and from this time on the horse will draw a specially constructed handsled capable of carrying from 100 to 200 pounds This will enable the people of Dillon to get small packages of express and other light matter along with their mall The difficult portion of the road is about four miles In length on the top of the divide where the snow is very deep FIND CASH BURIED BY REDS Pot Containing 2000 Supposed to Have Been Left by Indians Unearthed in Texas Mount Pleasant TexT A Ledbet ter has dug up a pot containing nearly 2000 in gold coin 20 miles north of here The coin is all United States money except one or two pieces which are either Spanish or Mexican coins Years ago an old Indian stated that some kind of a treasure had been buried near where Ledbetter made ills find and parties made a search for It at that time but were unable to find anything and gave up the search Several treed near the place had Indian marks on them The money is in a good state of preseryation Forty Skeletons in Cave Newstas been received from the Van couver Island coast of the discovery by prospectors of a cave on the soashore between Qoatsino sound and San Joseph bay at the north of Vancouver island in which 40 skeletons were foun The prospectors found most of the skeletons Intact Some of the kulls were broken It is possible that the cave was xtae burial place of an Indian tribe PEFFEKS iNERVIGOR RESTORATIVE CORES NERYOU5 DE1LW r pIInbLeDWeroil he Ire 13le OCtI JDaDbood To ataiD thl the bK1thY- Nsps gIi paclWo paysac1s1 PEFFERa NERVtOOft Tooctm tr 8A Calm Hem NrvoiMi Vt + FaW Ufmtr VIUI Wuk HUI rrutrMim Utfttmn M otacr cnnklMilo to over work and other atom IfrMIttak rlyfl hiJIby slimIqocd ft wen AkI tree = KxorMj XMtIJ 4Ul a asl 0 Jcriace y pe4 nibodPSrffcR MM1CAI MCeCUTIOH cuce i LA For sate byE C Wines tFwKd New lHx lbtn Celtal atd M 1Il8- T laf ikIyo 0 F rSt c irlj 74041 Tr i FarL 1JJssdF 7 Ikta csi a X IV lJ 1 K a Cow gave ButterSc mankind would have toW invent milk Milk Is Na uros emulsionbutter put in shape for diges All tion Cod liver oil is extremely nourishing but has to be emulsified He before we can digest itT Scotts Emulsion But combines the best oil Flwithhosphites so that it is to and does ifaril alone could That nkes Scotts Emulsion he most strengthening ourishing food medi ine in the world Send for free samplo SCOTT i BOVINE Chemists jOO415 Pearl Street New Von 5Oc and 51OO All t HART THE HERO- Ic I i W Was the Guest of the Evening at a Louisville Banquet Louisville Ky April 12tilInas the band played Hail to the Con ueror and whle the speakers utter flacktable at the Louisville hotel heard his future victories sung wo hundred people sat at tne ban uet table Harris Kelly presided as toastmaster Leading politicians re- ponded to toasts He wad welcomed ome as the future champion and aE God bless you as the band played Old Kentucky Home Judges offi ers and other officials were on hand swell the welcome of Louisvilles ride and the hour was late when the notes of the band ceased to play Back Back to Baltimore Found Dead on the Roadside Benton Ki April 11Joe Thompson 25 a school teacher of the coun ty was found dead on the roadside presumably from heart failure He was In a buggy going to visit his fa hen but he had not gotten out of the vehicle and the reins were still In his hands U Armour Co Sued Frankfort Ky April 11Suit was filed for the state against Armour t Co Tor 6250 with interest and costs The suit is under the statute requiring all foreign meat packers to pay 50 t cents tax to the state on every 100 pounds of meat sold by them in Ken tucky Marshal Joe Evans Acquitted Owensboro Ky April 13Joo Ev ans marshal of Danefled was given an examining trial at Hartford on the ADeanefieldshown several wit dnessesdefense Thirsty Child Saved the Family Bellevue Ky April 12The family of Charles Harpell had a narrow es front death suffocation An Toverheateden furniture while the family was asleep One of the children awakenect and calling her father drink of water Maj Ashcraft Yery III Paducah Ky April 13Maj JHIAshcraft a prominent river man federal officer and member of the park commission is dangerously at his home In this cty His sons Harry Ashcraft of Loulsvlle and Drown Asheraft of St Louis are with him Fire at Corinth Corinth Ky April 11Flre destroyed the livery stable of R C Childres including ten buggies and 14 horses with a loss of 5000 and Insurance of 2000 Dr Simmons house was slightly damaged as was the Lancaster hotelIBlaze at Russell KyQIrontonO April 11Fireat RusI sell Ky opposite here destroyed the store room of Lynd Gilley the Ben telephone exchange and eight dwell ings covering one square In the center of the town Loss 35000 Tilford Benge Bound Over London Ky April 13 Tilford Benge had his examining trial ct Manchester before County Judge D W White for the killing of Representa tive J3 C Howard last Sunday and was held over to the circuit court under a bond of 3000 which he filled Kentucky Missionary WQunded Versailles Ky April 13Dr Vile y H Forsythe formerly of Versailles who Is In Korea as a medical mission ary was recently attacked by a band of Korean rebels according to advices received here and horribly wounded 0 nntry and Qty Papers Dont it make you weary to read tilE r it those rattlebrain idiota of thn metropolitan press who are repeatedly rillculinc the country papeia on their locals a ked the iallatin Ill Democrat Th se two by four lunch eountiw fiends think it awful funny country newsuaper snys Hiram Slo 1CoIflilasChildress But of curse it is just the proper caper when they say Mrs Franklin Oliver Lowden has returned from the Epsom Lorimer Kennels Oh thats great I That bull pup would faring tiottt30 cts in tho pound while Slocums cows would sell for 50 in the dark Becaubb RBSsie Davis was over at dnards Potnt Saaday to see his best ftirli they throw sbof but if VlllT8 Uenry Harrkon rokthe society lead er Kiwin Milwaukee last gatudnjr lo gee Mies FerwlfllJhpy would sloblwi otgrhaif column and have three pie ture of OertiflHiid William Henry the frjMt page The largest assortment of carnages buggies piMWt m and wagons ovor broBffht to RfejUinOOd are now on dl plVttMItI Carriage WQth and jIy will ftl yisd get prices on MIYo testned K90d ytJfttI if VwiM Mk a purchase jw oar r taverbefrwi jttUGtOaQt MikUPPa C 0 i AN OLD RliBtL SOLDIER Basil W bake In Lonlsvllle Foil know an old brokendown rebel A regIar old signboard of strife arred by the halls of the Yankees And worn with the battles of life hen the South got in trouble he jined her And he tramped and he fit and bled endurin the war he was dora his ttBut lies now a lacknumber Con fed was never no holiday soldier And he aint wnth a darn on parade im ha might feel at home in the bivouac And show up pretty well on a raid he cant tell a lie for to save him Bout the marvelous expiites lie done ow he slaughtered the Yanks by the thousand And whenever they seed him they run e dont know tile U C V ginrals Be they Major or Briggydeer He cant understand these hero spon sors And the uniforms ook mighty queer But yon ax him about the oldtimers And you bet you git itdown squat For hell tell you some things thatll make you Jest natchelly swar he was thar He will tell of the march and the nTus ter Uf his vigil all thro the long night hen the grim hosts were lying slumber inI That nextmornlng were e IIonwardThrough the battles perilous marge ow the drum urged the feet of the army And the bugle rang out for the charge And pining with cold and with hunger And weary and crippled and sore o was true to the torn flag he follow ed 1Butcant sf rve on no For he aint wuth a In on parade A FAMILIAR FACE ThellkencssofDa WB CALDWEXX appears on every package of r CaldwellsnUoLUW SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constlpa ion Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches and Fevers Caused by Bowel and Stomach djs orders Every genuine package Is distinguished by this trade mark Your druggist will be glad ose11youe1therthc5OoriOOsIzehe SL louis Iron Mountain Southern Ry Special low excursion rates from St Louis to Denver Colorado Portland OrejronLos Angeles and San Franciscr California On sale certain dates in pril May June July AUr and Sept 3900 to California tickets on sale aily to May 15th also from Sept 15th to Oct 31st Personally conducted Tourist Sleeping Cars from St Louis to San Francisco and Los Angeles without change Round trip Horaeneekere Excursion ickets on sale every first and third Tuesday of each month at greatly re duced rates to all points in Oklahoma arid Indian Territories also to certain points in Missouri Arkansas Texas Kansas Colorado and New Mexico liberal stopover privileges return limit of twentyone days 1For particulars address A A Gal lager D P A 419 Walnut St Gibson House Bids Cincinnati O sThe M B Parrieh School of Phon ographv Hobson Building Laest instruction Positions secured tor pupils tf Primary Election Notice At a meeting of the Democratic City Committee of Richmond Ky held pursuant to notice at the Court Houeo in Richmond Ky on March 10 1905 all the members thereof being present the rollowing resolution was adopted viz 1 Resolved That a primary elee tion be held In the city of Richmond un the 28th day of April 1905 for the purpose of selecting Democratic nomi nees for the following offices to be voted Ion at the November election 1905 Mayor Police Judge City Attorney Chief of Police Justice of the Peace Constable and six members of the City Council 2 That said primary election shall beheld under and regulated by the provisions of the generic primary election law of the State ot Kentucky The polls shall he opened at 5 oclock a mat the four regular voting places designated by law in the city of Richmond Ky and will be closed at 4 oclock ro Tho election will be held and conducted by officers tq be hereafter ap pointed AH candidates receiving the highest number of votes for the respective offices shall be declared the nominees of the party t except that two nominees for Councllmen shall be selected from each of the three municipal boundaries described in Section ioftte Ordinances ot tbe City of Rich mondKyof 1S93Q1 and known as the Court House Precinct City Hall Precinct and Univertitv Precinct and the twO candidates from each of said boundaries receivine the highest number of votes in the primary shall be declared the norainfiB for Councilmen from saW boundaries respectively 3 TEat Ruyperaott desiring to hIncome a candidate to be voted for at said primary for atiyot said office8t Shallen or bffore 12 oclock noos April SStlu 1905 ijeppit wIth tbe ObI tman a sum ol money eprreBpoad inn with the following HMHinmt whielj fe made to MjMy the expeseee at tke tMr1tu yor 10 Pe lk JUgS 10 r Attorney flO JtIM Pece Oontab1e lftMIaeitmitA 4 Sa4l pfin nU shall H Ieemed Is1 notot thecsnd- ideeUypeNrnkIIg tbessme io j therOf ihill bI b4Ia after partioIEa Ji tc lt r j ii Your Spring Suitl f at W D Oldham C I IWhenyou buy a Suit of us to satisfying The 1 that particular The taste valuable dressy as It is impossible to you cold Clothing BETTER and how the advantage with us Dont see our new Silks Shirt Suios our third im portation they are prettier them our our on Carpets elegant are showing is Carpets Mattings Druggets Linolenms Curtains Portiers etc I I ITry a pair ofL FUANCR Fine 3 Try Men most line footwear for and that is If you hive seen us ILadies cnlll lf tiBII Busy Bee Cash Store w I Cheated Death Kidney often ends mt medicine E II Bear cheat til says Two years had Kidney trouble caused pain BilfTerin and anxiety bilL I took Electric tilected a complete cure I have also round of general lebility and nerve trouble and herr constantly on hand since as I Ind they have equal R toll druggist guarantees at 50e 1m Which t One fireorb- urglarymaY deprive you valuables worthanywhere between S10 and One rent I of a Safe Deposit Box costs you So- WhichJ is the I State 1 Richmond Ky 4 The Birdsell wagon awarded prize at St conse quently you buy a Brdsell von J i ing seriously of their f and we are going a largo ma of them to a most solutlor the question Our showing of Cloth be equaled Fabrics are t snappiest from both Foreign and Mills The Styles are the Very Best ttthe variety so great wo can the most and other Clothes are to be found in tIle est class of the tailoring carry the Superiority e0i- s the sign of tile Best Correct Clothes for Geilemen of Superior and is- consilerel a ally for the clean cut looking man of limited purse the setting of the sun mike realize through typethe merits of our ft CALL ON USsee the garments earn is of trading fail to line of for Waist This is t this season than ever and more of Get prices Get low prices See the the line we basement chuck of Rugs Lace Shoe for Lalies price a pair of Vm Stratmans Shoes for Those shoes are the uptodate of Gentlemen shown in the city not them give a Outfitters Particular II III D Co Proprietors r II trouble fatally by choosing the right Wolfe of Grove Iowa death lie agO which no great Bitters which them great benefit in keep no C Stock them ICheapest I 10000 years cheapest i was the grand Louis when BtI Dome tic essentials embodied finest 11liwidend low to JQTC Old Shoes Rice J a Gas Ranged j jUre signs of ahaP1 I lif j r b Begin Right Cook t withGas AGoodihundreds Spring SiiV hplp cannot only pleaser ScdossiLcos great OurIfull Oldham Bank- TrustCo People tJRiI JchrriC7d Pz k C V Water and Light Conr tjt1l I rr o EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY CTCCSrOIATHD 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 I We solicIt your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES 6 CALDWELL w RUNTERJ1 fttvudeci it Gent Xaoacer = rrr I I FURNITURE I 1 1 f I j IfIi VInter Is now approaching and it Is now time for fall cleaning f ory housewlfewants something new to brhten up the die dayS that pro soon to come A piece ol new Furniture a p ttyPIt or fF njnico Rug We handle all kinds of house furnlahag goods fkthe iOJsmallest piece np to the massive Bed Room Sultea VTSfc Outline of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy m Rugs a large line of odd Reeking Chairs and overytklng tfcaflLl iake a home e zy and comfoitabl t Come sail inspect our big stock Special attention is called tO ar L1UudeatakiagDepartment t C H i L l v uUeYr tHL 1 JI RJri i fJ f lT y 1t Ji II f tLfJ T1w7iTEII i 1i Q Jq p L ti 21 fIIL f 1L olF 1iiI j I I S I I FINE SHOES lt4 Oxfords Call and inspect emt Res- ptJames 1I P Tribble 1 i aS e S a 0 8 e Wi ia The Richmond Climaxs PUBLISHED XTBBT WEDNESDAY BY r whIncorporated J O CHKNAULT President A D UILLE Edltor Managpr PRICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADV AUCE WEDNESDAY APR 19 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For RepresentatIveO ftFor ojunty Judge N B TURPIN grForR HCROOKE For Sheriff P B BROADDUS For County ClerkdiJESSE For Jailor ceBUCKFor Ase3srblBOYD For Supt Public Schools JOHN ROLAND For Coroner t ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF A QUysnoN which seems noro puzzling than How old is Anne is now agitating Philadelphin It is which is thliketnntquerryCSECRETARY of Statu Hay is said to be enjoying the Simple Life to the fullest extent in Nervi Italy Heir refuses all interviews with curious tot ists etc and is living quietly tihisthesannouncingaviewsI on various questions such as He Isle in favor of equal water rates to i lIw consumers be is in favor of giving oftr t charge ho is opposed to licensing tiggambling pltLfor at least five years He Is in lavorJ of good streets and various cr e things mentioned in his platform Mr Menifee is one of Danvilles best reknownwatched with interest by his friendss 1over the state t Browersfi daTir Are you thinkingeof furnishing j Your Home it 1Hereare a few timely sugg s tl feii tions coupledwIth very in II pf teresting prides jc3 piece Bed Room Suits from S1850t0tSOO r ri Iron Beds from 350 to 25I- I f Brass Beds from 27 to 75 r Extension Din ngTables fromI n I 190I ofJJ 4 KcliQaClosets Jrom14 to165 I 3 I I i 1 11I t H3kIa jpeotl or you can get for 1 f best the market affords j j i jafethef with a large selec grade furniture i prices within the reach of this1 JI i- Mailorders J belt Ir 1 X by I J 3 1i f LiF1Br4etCo1 To- i 15 I ni f tl uI I t Breed Your Mare to Farwood 16796 stalionbines two of the greatest horses the orld has ever produced co esltyon better Nutwood stands today the sie of the merns230George lead lasiresproduced 1800 from 201 to 230 NoraiOwood 219 etc by George Wllilces ParkLlxington 1250Two2850Overan co erdalready been booked tor 1005 to this eat horse lOaGt BECAUSE of a new law controll m 0atrimonybeen almost at a standstill in nsoanopolls and surrounding counties The law requires the filling out of rtain blanks issueu by the State oard of health and as the necessary anks were late in beingreceived marriage license were Issued for sev er ThaMK Desha B eckinridge is holding th suelofty stand and set by his illustrh yearsbeforeinto consideration the admitted truth at no Journal in America was bet r edited than when the immortal Colonelllreckinride sat on the tripod of the Herald In a recent issue of the Herald the H EOonth thege aslnerationcommended the Herald for its agitaII on of the question of the selection two dead Kentuckians most worthy to be honored by having their statues placed in Statuary Hall at Washing ton Mr Newcomb introduced his forarnedinorthyto the Herald April 6tioI cordially endorse your efforlI to obtain from Kentuckians an mtelof ent and wise decision upon the estion as to whose statues shall be aced in the Hall of Immortals at Washington May God speed you on in ur wayfillayforGod speed on Th 8e coadersexitssucha benediction for the service toar state nobler far than this worthy enterprise in which the Herald Is now sit engaged however commendable it is an With unfaltering devotion to the health purity peace and prosperity of the city of Lexington and the state of Kentucky Desha Breckinridge is ily striking blows that will couLfltmo sh thipall of us to a just appreciation of this splendid agency for good here In our very midst Most valiantly I upheld the right as it saw itat constant risk of personal loss stud presentlyhasand morals and most intelligently and successfully it has lead the way in in progressive thought for the com mercial supremacy of the Queen Clh Lexington in A light upon the nations hill A voice that evil cannot still A source of blessing to the statelfr To the younger Breckinridge and those who hold up his hands in this no LgeMrvii u on the way rEBIRTHS iiHAXGEKanger are receiving congratulations d best wishes of their many friends their little daughter who was Dom Sunday April 6thpo== Hows this We offer One Hundred Dollars He totF J JHENEY CO ToUkK 0 Wo the undersigned have known F Cheney for tbe Jaet 15 years ndar Jrliuwneaarible to carry out any obligations made tliek NU be CldoWhtitevfo drpCCto T4edo Ohio HaHVCMftrrti Cure Is taken inter lu- ipitjr MrtMK directly upon tb bteodf K Ic g uf ihe ay I Ive 7i j rk 1 1t i 7 Ayers SaWariJ Wr mother grandmother I folks used it trus- tedSarsaparilla it Their doctors trusted it Your doctor trusts it Then trust it yaurself There is health and strength in it I suffered terrlbtr from Indirection aM- S thin blood I tin relief until I took perniancnUyjUtS Mt X Y flM bottle j CATER en- Alldrntrirlmn for1ell Mnu Rich Blood laxatlvoThcy College Association A Kentucky College Association was organized in Lexington Saturday The purpose of the new association stated in resolution presented by the Com mittee on Organization is to proiiiote measures for the general advancement and educational interests in the Commonwealth and to promote the effici ency and welfare of the secondary schools of the State by establishing uni form entrance requirements and uniting those schools in their activities The following officers were elected President James n Patterson Ken tucky University Vice President L V Dodge Berea College Secretary and Treasurer Arthur Yager Georgetown College Executive Committee J L Weber Ky Wesleyan B A Jenkings K y University F W Hinitt Cent University The association is to hi meeting annually some time in the month of April Cedllan GobedThe beautiful home of Mrs T J Smith Jr was thrown open on Wednesday the occasion being I eting of the Cecilian Club T bright spring like afternoon was con ducive to music and flowers and of the lat sis witingcints geraniums and ferns all of which added charm to the occasion I heFr study for the afternoon was Wagner although the program was not confined 0strictly to that master The following pieces were heard and enjoyed to the presentIsur ens PaFperDramatistaIrs ilcLellan Piano Solo Ia Pilgrims Chorus Swan Song KelloIg Gavnor ceb Dream TOSH Miss Smith ur Hands Evening StarTanhaiMrs PlckelJMIss Tulle Tribble In addition to the Club memb quite a number of guests were present At the close of the program a delich 0lunch of salad biscuit wafers coff olives sherbet and cakes was serv e next meeting will be held on 26 h of this month when Mrs G Pi GobjectISTry one of Elders 750 MetLis Suits 19a2t Terrible AccidentLeA distressing accident occnred as went to press at Lock No 11 at CoIl ege Hill which caused the death of a young n from Dayton Ohio whose name we unable to learn In blasting gjLockSpeepjjancoCllThe United States Uvil Service Com mission will ing totOnbcokkeepers April 26 and for cleirlcsw the departmental service on May 3asIn order that the law of appor whthSouthern States will be admitted to these examinations At the present time registers for the Southern States are depleted and if positions are open Washington and other places in the vernment service they cannot be ed by residents of Southern States the reason that have not be RimeConsequently posith filled from registers for Northern States where the applicants are many The entrance salaries paid in these po lons bodlntely without political influence or a consideration whatever excepting a persons ability as shown by his examination ar papers Men who pass well who ou are residents oi Kentucky will best ill sure to receive appointments Ale present time Kentucky is short een places under civil service ex Fl animations C Telephone B H Luxon and Bro jfihePERSONAL Mr and Mrs D H Breck are visit g InMayvihleafMiss Bessie Miller has returned from Winchester th an giLexingtonMrs Joseph Boggs has returned m a visit to LancasterMMiss Sallie Parks has accepted a position with Colyer Bros of OittoMr and Mrs EU 8e Walker hare cuturnedDr W H Dodge attended preil yre ry at Campbellsvllle yeterdayfro sihaslaMrgEpositionMr and Mrs W R Thomas of th Estill Springs were here last week lednaiggMrs Neale BeaHett aid childr en e with relatives and frieads IB of ine Qa MrsDaviIlM ol iftw IiHoin lieN vtriUeg JIfi aac Wr aft wiMreell tsIUa hii W4Pt Col bsrtt Tjeib CJarkfj MiIt 1i IitJ Jf 1a T rf to flperSian Lawns r fabric we recommend for fine gowns andwaists at 15 25 39 and 50c per yard Dotted Swisses in a big variety of styles Lawns In white and colors I iatiies Percale I Wrappers I The which is carried us has reduced in price to 10 15 and 20c in or it on its in with I Mr E C Broaddus and Judge B Turpin were in Lexington day on busness HenryIdweek on business Miss Fannie McFarland has return to Lexington after a pleasant visit to Miss Mollie Fife 1stMrs H L Perry and Mis3 Julia Lexingtonhe familyleftll residein the future Mr R L Gentry is expected home Oh throngbioJudge Hobson of Frankfort has been spending a few days with bis brother Dr V H HobsonqMrs John Turley of Richmond is visiting her parents Judge and Mrs P Pendleton Sun Sentinal Miss Nell Donnely was in Cincinnati forrnMrs Maggie Coffee of Stanford ha Lu isxonFnyettersmother Mrs Anderson Chenault usMiss Ollie Baldwin received a warm AnnapdJeMrs Sallie Cornelison has accepted a with the Owen McKee reodsher friends gonRichmondughter Mrs Thomas Chenault xington Herald 10Mr 5 daughteVanMiss ii guests of Mrs Emma Kauffnian Lexington Leader aMrs J D Goodloe and MIs George mmons of Richmond Ky are vistwg Mrs T J Frost and family oiSaring streetLexington Leader Mr J D Dykes and daughter Miss innie will leave Thursday for Louis le where the latter will be heard in ncert that evening at Baldwin Hon and Mrs B J will leave anmorrowll sail for Switzerland the 27th here Mr Clay wIll assume his duties U S Minister to that eou tryIHon J Tevis Cobbof Richmond o has been retained in some imIrtant cases to come before Judge Ben ton at this term of court wad here this week on business in that connection Winchester DemocrJtf Estill County Herald Thomas Cov Ington was here frcrn Richmond th- iekMrswe Thos King is visiting relatives at Amanda and Bessie Cockrell were at chmond Tuesday Mrs T J Rice and Miss May Grmstead were TuesdaIIAnnouncement has been made of the engagement of Mr Jesse W Einbry to Miss Margaret W Cecil th of Danville The wedding will Cecilsfcollege Both ol these young people throughtSses to be a social event in Danville Mrs Mattie Finnell of Richmond who been 1oridaC Burgin and Mrs T C Willis Mrs Brutus Jay of Richmond ent Fridaywith her mother MIs annie Fish Mrs Clay spoke very easantly of her trip to Europe but says Kentucky is the most beautiful spot in tho world Jessamine Jour- The nal Department Art and Educa n held its April meeting Wednesday terLoon at the Womans Club Mrf Chenault the chairman presided and interestingdven this season The club was eased to welcome two of the charm lnK young matrons of Richmond Ky societyMrsJobnJames Caperton who ar kinswomen the chairmans family Mrs Russell thsubjectofldfollowed with ah article on Antique furniture Both showed lture research and admirable skill expression and were charmingly ad Mrs Russell treated of the Kentucky home m the Unit which were stockades mple strong and rugg cl like the- oneers that built them lx the colon mansions built by tho Kentucky ntleman after the models of old rginia that had been borrowefrom- e manor houses of nl traced ge oanthe styles or furniture the dHrcr ntperi04jIn whlckI ahttboMarquetry1 the Louis ChppendsllhGernianiFrencb lland Queen ARnE 8tylsthf 3tIO w eAs i the tlste snd2 araUrsisein of 04flho IM tfN article W i well jin MnMtwi ui film lit MIht J1Jf Ir j nII11 f Y h4of4xtw spring and summer goods nee can be supplied from our varied lines in womens wearI IIIW goods this season are even better t an ever our stock is larger and more complete the best French Every Ldies Silk Petticoats in black and colors heavyqualityofsilkwith deep flounce and finishedwith tucks Most unusal valuers 99Cwithmade with pointed yoke trimmed over shoulders with ruffle with II I novelty braid belled back full skirt fitted waist lining in assorted colorsjaf 99cLadies twopiece House Dresses made of Percale and trimmed with ruffles and fancy braid in patterns at 99c t carry the famous brand Acorn Shirl waists for in prices from 99c to 5 f 1 Reduced in PriceButterwick Pattern now exclusively by been This pattern needs no introduction Richmond elsewhere sells own I merit The Delineator is also carried connection the pattern Richmondilissei the- chitecturepf fItjleMrsCaperton SIcjrlescribetJthemlnteretlngly Eirarbethan and sheer NTHE SECRET OF SUCCESS No Sir You cannot palm off any substitute riowersinceIrorty million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since its Sl in isillAugustlowercure of indigestion and dyspepsia the happinessqDoesAugust Flower is a sure specific for all itIso recordflions of these distressing complaints a JTwo sizes 250 atJd15C All druggists 1For sale at R C Stockton drug store Bring your old vehicles to us and are will make them as good as new by pairing retiring and varnishing Prices on this class of work very rea sonableRICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S L MidkifT Prop We have the price and the wagon why not buy the Birdsell wagon when jou can get both Smchtf D B Shackolford Co Why doti t you fence your farm and keep your old cow at home Some ilt say what fence must to buy Uncle m uses the Page Fence it ought to do yours Sold by J F COY A Thousand Dollars Worthof GoodYI have been afflicted with kidney d bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciating pain says A HThnrnes a well known coal operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until Lbegan taking Foleys Kidney Cure then tho re suit was surprising A few doses started the brickdustliie substance and now I have no pain across my kidneys d I feel like a new man It has done me 1000 worth of good Foleys KId nev Cure will cure every form of kid ney and bladder disease For sale by RC Stockton lOilm L1 N5 Tim Tai Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox Lv 1249 p m Tills Ei esa south bound 1246 pm No 2 Knoxville dnnsti200 pm Express north bound 205 pm No 4 Kiioxrille n Clnnatl 412 a m Kxpreai north bound 415 am No Knoxville Clnnatl 1150 p m ExpresSBonth bound 1150 pmD dajt2am6 C22am Mayap 725 pm llaMNo 26 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north bound MahoganyMAHOGANY JAY is a dark bay colt 153 hands high foaled 1902 will make the season of 1905 at Joe Chenaults one mile from Richmond back of Madison Stock Yards at 15 to Insure Living Colt 1 Z a Hambletonlan 10 sire George Wilkes 519 of 4o dams of 113 222 sre of 83 in lilt daxt of Dolly Spanker Jay Bird 6060 sire uf 101 dams 45 orI585Idamio-flOLadyFrankl 22OtlistlIt 218K 169lnclullingNutbreRker 20SJJNutbearer IAmul Bonny Doon dam of damHenleMahognyJay IEspert brother to Brown Jug Urnla111e bytrIal4th dam by Qrey Klorlzel sib dam by Pacolet dam by Old Brown Highlander Jay Bird S0 airS of 10Jlncladlnz ilierton 2090 EArly Bird 210 MIss JaYlIl1 Uawthorns 2O64 Invader 210 Larabl 212i Rose Croix Ed Winter 2l2 Hire or dams or 45 lueludlnlt Crescent Route ZOsg Altokal10 Besile Drake 20SJJ Queen Alfred 2 121f Little nick EarlyDawn22HMahogany Jay was worked 60 days as a twoyearold last year and trottd a mile in 230 the last quarter in 35 seconds That the saying it is a Jay Bird is not witbout some foundation in fact is readilycumprehended when it Is recalled that his get and their descendants won on the racetracks Conner Memorial 20000 Hawthorne won Horse Review Purse 6000 Hawthore second Kentucky Futurity 14000 Hawthorne third IOOOEagleBirdwon Kentucky Futurity 14000Rose Croix won Kentucky Futurity 16000Susie second Transylvania 10000Susie Jay 4 second Transylvania 10000 Eagle Flanagan won Kentucky Futurity 16000 Nella Jay 2141 won Transylvania 5000 Allerton 209 secoad 221 Stake at Cleveland 5000Jayllawker 3 won Luxon Chenault ap194t Richmond Ky Wm Buckley Calvin Taylor W D Buckley Co ou will find us near McKeea corner with a complete line of HardwareStoves and Tinware Tin and galvanized work done on short notice our prices before buying a pump Prices guaranteed on all goods W D Co ttts I desire to state that I am aeent for both the Chas A Stevons and Edward B Grossman Company and will order ladies walking skirts suits and silk shirt waist suits Give ute a call Mrs James Moores Hobaon Building When in town looking for a wagon dont fall to seethe Birdsell wagon at B Shackelford Cos Smchtf Hemp Seed for Sale Best cultivated hemp seen for sale at lowest prices Gash or on time- R M West Lancaster Ky 8mch2m C Are Distinctive Styles 7- Jf embodied in The Womens Garments ZJfTailored Suits in Panama and Novelty 25 to 50tFancy Silk Costumess 25 60 e Hand EmbcoiAifed Linen Suits Focsythe WaistJ Sate Coats and Skirts jfJj I f e tmbr and Gd I Ix riaand Furnish E1Main Strct ii Leahigtpn Ky f T o j 0 a II I desire to say that I am agent for StyleStoreoffine custommade cloth suits silk and mohair shirt waist suits and skirts Samples and styles shown before you order A perfect fit assured and satis faction guaranteedMrs A Moores 1 Hobson Building The Original originatedHoney remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many Imitations are otfeed for the genuine Ask for Foley Hon ey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will milalylaxattvia safest for children and delicate per sons For sale by It C Stockton 22 inch 1m ofCarrialesvehiciegattheRichmond Works S L JUdkiff Prop horsehighhat is made Remember we are at the ame old stand Smchtf IX B Siiackelfojd Co tieat SUcU Sale ofdothlnllactnrn jRrsMi Jn Qin61nnati whlch 11t aiM ersa i Jx YII clothing and odd pants tuni jw crcler to sell them JrrNtbafaaiIlR WillI1QOekMof1tol 2pe ai lOc 4e ysrgaisK UDl11I n 1 498 Silk Shirtwaist PatternsI at 59 89 and 99c per yardfl Novelty Cecilians in a variety of l colors greens blues and browns Cecilian has become one ot the most tpopular and comfortable of fabrics on account of its dust shedding qualities fancy edged flounce We still of ladies Jay Nutwood Little Get Buckley There to Carriage = WJ GiJ LI DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c We are still agents for the old and reliable Oliver Chilled Plow I which needs no introduction as there is nonet Lynchburg r lower than they can be bought anywhere cahy buy something just as good when you l can buy the genuine Oliverfo-rless money from us We are also headquarters fo- rPlows Collars Trace Chains Back Bands Double and Sin Igle Trees Tornado Tiger Hamilton Disc Harrows f Deering 60tooth Harrows in fact everthing the farmer needs t Give us rIacalla e e- D1B1 ShockellordC- oPkture j Frames l Until further notice we will offer great reduc tions in all kins of Picture Frames Below are quotedprices JOcTwo 29cFourFive U49c Frames 69x20 69cto1 t We also desire to call attention to the fact that we have in stocka complete line oft Curtain Stretchers 1 CurtainRodsWe have bargains in hundreds of other articles too numerous mentionThe Racket Store j r Suit Bratton Prop f Main Street Richmond KyIt JWall Paper Painting Paper Hanging WP1axterFac- tory Agent for Frederick Beck Co DecorationsThe IBetter Jar ger and more artistic than any ever thown in Richmond Will take cstimateforwill bring them to you Remember that when you buv paper from t Thatpaperthebordersame t Superior Workmanship i W PEast Main St BaxterIRemember Riper and L= TELEPHONE GROWTHTheOisaberjaaej TlephfJe and Telejfraph Compiny hiss issued tllrmpt ubetiquaor fnbocrlheNXareh ie 14OU Nbf d lII9tJtlt 8985 XsbeiiIweoiitenud QriftC mh tJIitiaereeie y tl 52 i lIIIrusht Ji UW ijct c o r l r Ah Opportunity In ordr to reduce our stock we will until anythinginour 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth JO to 15 more thanwe are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone T5juucktt fcatrlaw JDoTis RIQHMOND KY PHONE 232 Peebles Sweet Hickory Coffee Frasa Brosu SOLE AGENTS MAIN 8T EET PHONE The Richmond Climax If WEDNESDAY APR 19 1905 Danville is soon to have electric1 lightsalWANTEDPoy to learn printing trade Apply at this offino The Transylvania Presbytery met yesterday at Campbellsville Wanted Second hand roll top desk Address Lock Box 2i9I F3R SALEA nice building lot on 9 North street Apply to ol Mrs H P Reid D you want to sell your farm LIst with us We advertise it JreeTtf Richmond Real Estate Agency See Richmond and her enterprises- as seen by a camera Get inline if you want a copy over five hundred sold upw to the present timeCRemember the Easter auction for Saturday from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 in the ClienauU store room on Second the P A 0 InfirmarypiAccidents come with dust esajng fre quency on the farm Outs bruises on stings sprains Dr Thomas Electric Oil relieves the pain instantly Neverb safe without ItSILittle Colds Thousands of lives sacrificed every year Dr Woods Nor war Pine Syrup cures little colds cures big colds too down to the veryIS verge of consumption We would call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of the Owen McKee Dry Goods Co as it at pears in this issue It contains InterS matter so to the ladiesUIWhen God Almighty created the heavens and earth he made the littln birds to sing the flowers to bloom the nun to shine and nature all grand and beauifnl He mado Kentucky the tnra den pot of the universM and Richmond fit the heart thereof You will think suwill think so when you see onr History of Uicimml and Madison County H you have a farm ot 80 to 140 acres for sale let us know at once We have several buyers tor these sizes tfIRichmond Real Etate Agency A Gospel Mission Servicewill be J gin on Thursday night in the Ser oml Presbyterian cluucli and will be continued from week to week on tin s fiuI1p night at 730 p in The exercise will he somewhat after the manner of pity mission meetings Persons who do tint go regularly to any church are eopecinlly invited Anyone who can aoRist in the Ringing or render anj Christian service are also urged t CIUIP Til openiugmeeting this Tlinrs day night will be esppciallyfintereatinz Com to this one and you will not want to miss anynf thpse meetings 0 Pirating Foleys Honey andR TareFolpy Co Chicago originated Hony and Ttir as a throat and lung remedy and on arcount f the grea merit and popularity of poey Honey k Tar many mitHtioim lire utTered fo the ireimine Auk for Fileys Honey t Tar and refuse any sil titnto ollerei will give th as no other preparation same satisfaction It ii mildly law the It cniains no opiates and i sitot for chillren and delicate person Ior sale by R 0 Stockton lalm Vnteh for our big souvenir editioi to IIH lotted this mojith Send in you order for extra copies SEASONALE SUGGESTIONS Acme Cement Wall Paster standard of the woBtnJait as cheap as inferior kindsMore sold than ai y halfdozen brands combined SPECIFY it in your CONTRACTS and plastering will be EVERLASTING- We hayejusfcreceived fresh Ca1QfLIfl1e White Northern Seed b its Hay Shfpstuff Crushed Corn ILetchet Witt- at L 1 N dhQ4- E i4i o e t 5 Q Half the ills thatman is heir to come indigestion Burdock BJood Bitters strengthens and tones the atom ach makcs indigestion impossible All the leading merchants will be represented with their photographs pictures of their establishment a ropy now t For Sale BOO blue grass farms by Richmond Real Estate Agency tf- Snoday School Convention The40th Annual Convention of H e Kentucky Sunday School Association will be held in Somerset June 7 8 and Noted speakers from various parts the Union have been engaged to ad dress the Convention The National Sunday School Convention will meet at- Torontolalladn June 23 to 27 The White sale On Inst Wednesday the sale of property belonging to the late Irvine White conducted at the home place by D W Tribble One young mare brought S1G5 1 aged blind mare sold UrO 1 mare and colt t61 and 1 aged mule for S75 Farming implemens brought good prices Hay sold for SIR stack Change on the L N An important change has been made the Louisville and Nashville where tourisui are enabled to go from to Knoxville without change of cars can be had in numbers and 4 and buffets ou numbers 2 and 3 Improved services all along the linn of has been added and the change prom to be beneficial to all A Deserved Honor At a meeting of the directors of the Richmond State Bank Trust Co Col Walker on account of ill health tendered his resignation as president lion Jerre A Sullivan was chosen fill the vacancy The selection of Mr Sullivan is a good one as theusie more deservedly popular citizen in Central Kentucky An able lawyer a trun friend and a typical gentleman eome of the characteristics whirl him for any position within the gift the people Lancaster Record Eocght rropaty Here Captain and Mrs Joe Harris formerly of this city but lately of Beattvville bought the Tom Covington cottage Third street and will move back here the change of schedule on the L A necessitating their removal to Richmond Capt Harris is the popular conductor on the Beatty villa divi loii of the L A and both he and his splendid wife have many friend here who will give them a hearty wel comeback to their old home Mr and Mrs Yeatcli who are now occupying the Covington cottage have secured rooms at the Methodist parsonage Contest of Music and Elocutions The second annual contest of music and elocutIon Will be given under the auspices of Million Lodge No 58 I 0 F the latter part of April The pro ramn will consist of the following Best piano duetFirst prize f3 econd prize SI Best recitation by boy or girl under 14 vears of age First prize Ii second prize SI- llpst vocal solo by boy or girl undei 14 years ot age First prize43 second prize Best piano soQPrze jHeat recitation by young ladyFirst prize 5 second prize Best vocal dnet Prize J5 Best recitation by young man Fin prize SJ second prize x Best vocal solo by young Indy S5 Best vocal solo by young iintn5- Any applicant in this contest8houlcl register with Irn Jnett and Misf Mamie Campbell at McKees stoto Oldest Trade la America The track ot the Kentucky Racing Association a Lexington is the oldest and most historic race course in America It had been allowed to go to rack and would have been cut up into town lots by its owner a St Louis teal estate dealer had not the Pittsbnrg millionaire coal king Capt S S Drown come to the rescue Capt Brown feels i great interest in Kentucky and film plf for the sake of preferviog the fa moos track he paid 35000 for it and has expended 160000 improvements on It As might be expected it is now the handsomest and most complete capt1Browning Kentucky Ratting Aseociatjpn formed originally In 1826 with inch men in its board of directors ss Col E F Clay of Paris Mr JfI Camden Jtof Ver sailles Mr Cr F McMeekin and Mr J dStolIof Lexington A spring m et lug Qf six days will behold at Lexington May 3 to 0 Such Jauaoua events a the DUtillera Handicap and the Plioenix Hotel Stakes for which a decade ago ihe greatest horsff in America contest ed will again be witnessed and tie meeting promises to be a tremendous success Reduced rates will be offered by a- JltiireJ jlr Co can Interest the Amre- obyo i iI u I L M t s 1j l tlp y a assortment of the to hat J 2 3 4 5 Men Past in Danger More than half oj mankind over sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually prostate gland This is both pain fill and dangerous and Foley Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign danger as it corrects irregularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Burnett Rock Port Mo writesI suffered with en larged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure I feel better than I have for twenty years although I am now 91 years old For Sale by R C Stockton lOalro For sale Two or three number one good milch cows n123t G J White Son Uptidons Weather Regular winter fires and wraps were In order Saturday when the thermom eter experienced quite a fall Sunday morning came in cold and with a snow fall of about an inch which melted however about as fast as it fell Since last Mondays severe wind storm the weather has been cooler than any since reaching its Minimum on Saturday This is the result of the heavy snows in the west and is being pretty generally felt Btttas Interests The following item appeared in Sundays Leiington Leader The torn mittee of colored men appointed to look after the it terests of the colored people in Berea College held a meeting Satur day at the office of Porter and Jackson and decided to emplov attorneys to attend to their cases It was said that two of the most prominent attorneys in the country will be employed but the members ot the declined to divulge their names at this time awl would only say that one was a Ken tuchiaii and one a New Yorker fair Officers Elected At a recent meeting of the Madison County Fair Association time following officers and directors were elected James Nettle president David Tevis first vice president William second vice president T II Collins secretary and T J Smith treasurer Time directors are Judge A R Bur an JB White C 0 Hooker Lewis NaleW S Oldham Harry Francis J W Williams J A Sullivan G W Pickels R K Mober Clllmault N B Turpin C F Higgins J J Greenleaf D S Wil cox and Chas turtls The fair will be held some time in July and everything promises that it will bit quite a success A meeting of tho directors will be held on Friday bf this week A Matter ofHealth There quality Royal Baking Powder which makes the more digestible and wholesome This peculiarity of Royal has noted by physicians and they accord endorse and recom PIencilt ir F7ot jltCoItQ BY EASTER SUNJ t r P 4 iif i- In the world ofdressJEaster marks the real advent of spring Those go to church YCvSt v those not go all have tte same dsire for new clothes Wetve already furnished great mar xSlf KV spring outfits and expect a great many more this week Easy to find what your fancy c 1f assortment and exactly the size to fit no matter whether be tall or short fat or Ieanwe adapted to all shapes and a good tailor on the to make alteration suit must fit fore it leaves our store We sell the famous handmade suits oftRqsenwald Weil Kirschbaum SteinBloch and Peck t firms whose productions standat the very forefront fit style and good wearing quality if there was better have it Splendid things to gho V you in Blue Serge Unfinished Worsted Fancy Cheviots Wool CrashesV other fine fabrics tailored in the height of fashion and priced in the greatest moderation t 5 6508 IOi250 15 18 Finest of everything else in mens wear Manhattan Shirts Barkers Collars Perrins Gloves finest Hosiery Neck wear and Belts 4 i HATSYoumans Stetsons Pjoneer the very best brands in the world and very large newest styles select from Every fully guaranteed 150 250 350 6B COVINGTONA JSixty enlargement considerably February committee Langford TCVaughn ivJeptha Attention Sir Knights The drill corps of the will meet after noon instead of at night this week and will be drilled on the All are to meet at the at 315 and from there will march to the It is very that the this corps attend each drill as the clave is near and each counts a great dea Her in mind this from night to and be on hand A Neat Booklet We are to the Great North ern for one of their entitled A Camera Trip to the Lewis and Clark at It in beau tiful of scenery along the route of the Great all tho way from St Paul to the Pacific coast also interior views of their trains and a thereof Tlib Great is one of the most line of service iu this and lately has line San and the Orient Increases the tapadty On account of time large number of pupils who attend High School the Board of wae to increase the school room in the and in order to do this two rooms in the have beer into model school rooms They are fitted up with nil in our modern schools antI are both light and airy The two first grades are these rooms Some time ago the attic was finished up and now the whole from attic to is being used No public school in the State can boast of a nicer than ours or of a more and the work they are doing in Lutes News troa a Richmond Boy The letter Iron Mr J Bowen is in Now York is self Mi many old friends here art to learn of his success The Climax Pub Ky my with Hanao il Son of Fine Shoes to accept the for tlw Corpn I be f to advise you to send my pape- o the above address Trust that thit change of address will not incur tin loss of a copy of your very paper best wishes for the CLIMAX I beg to remain Very Truly Yours J Bowen Zarinc a is a I food been I J l iiisl y Js i fMW f 0 l J C h 1 r h I IIIII r 1 who who just you spot i 20 125 Richmond Commandery Thursday College Campus members requested Temple promptly Campus important members drawing otI change Thursday Thursday afternoon promptly indebted Railway booklets Centennial Exposition Portland Oregon abounds illustrations Northern superb general description Northern complete country inaugurated asteamsbip between Francisco Caldwell Education compelled capacity building basement converted necessities occupying building basement building competent faculty splendiu edncatlona following received Zaringwho prospering explanatory Zarings pleased Co- Richmond Gentlemen Having resigned position Manufacturers position ofSecy Caldwell Osforhoudt interesting continued successor in r2ld Li for HANAN and WALKOVER SHOES 1 I These two lines constitute a great shoe team each the finest of its class Hanans are 9Irecognized the world round as the finest make for men without a single exception we show all the newest spring styles hal the world ill the 8350 and leathers perfect fitting lasts r stylish shapes and for wear J And a great assortment of other shoes of every style and kind each full value for the price 125 J50 175 2 250 3 Soft easy plow shoes for tender feet t sl Bold RolBeiy On last Thursday night robbers en tered the store of Wagers Edwards at Wagersville EstHI county and succeeded in blowing open the safe and securing some money belonging to the firm and also some postofiice money The explosion awakened people who were deeping near the store and upon investigating saw three men leaving the store Being Unarmed however pursuit at that tune was useese Mulllkinfi blood bounds were sent for and passed through here early Friday p morning Notwithstanding the fact that the burglars had used every means to prevent their discovery they were traced as far as Millers Creek A farmer in that locality noticing a suspicious looking character going through the brush halted him and found him to be suffering from a wounded arm having been shot in his flight from the posse in search He was arrested andI placed in jail at Irvine and it is believ ed his pals will be located This is only one of the numerous robberies that have occurred in Estill and sur rounding counties and it is hoped that the law will be enforced to the fullest extent and a stop put to these dastardly crimes Profession t Decorating Mr W H Bussard of Dayton Ohio who is an artist in tIme line of decorating is here to confer with the committee ot KiiixhtE Templar in re gard to ornamenting the Masonic Tem pie for the approaching Conclave Tilth committee expects to set an example along this line which should be follow ed by our merchants and residents Nothing adds more to an occasion of thiskind than the liberal use of buntI ing flags etc and we trust onr peo pie will see to the decoration of their business houses and homes The Con chive is now just a little over a month off and it will be attended by Knight from all over the State Our citizent are naturally proud of Richmond andI no town in the State boasts of mon wholesouled hospitality than is dlsI pensed here We would like for a dazzling view to greet the distinguished visitors when they reach our town and parade through our streets So letI everybody at the proper time deco ate tor the Conclave DJAT1ISTA- YiomtMr Thomas E Taylor died on April 9th at his homo in Crookston Minnesota after an illness of lung trouble Deceased who wes close to 52 years old was a native of this county but moved away fourteen years ago He first went to Illinois where he followed his occupation of farming and later to the above named place He is survived by n wife and eight children also four brothers and five sisters among whom are Mr L Gideon Taylor and Mesdames Martin suit William Gentry all of this county Mr Taylor was last here to attend the burial of his mothers Mrs Samra TaylorFaixcisAnotber of Garrard coun tys oldest and beet known citizens top to his re ward was Mr Joe Francis who departed iltia life at his home near Lancaster Monday afternoon Mr Francis was in the eightysix year of his age and had been ill for sometime Be was afarmer by occupation and his honest dealings with lila leT towmwi his warm heart and upright llfelwd won many Woods who deeply deplore hU 4eth He leaves a widow and nine chil4r the latter belny Mrs Geofjfe Ballew of Richmont MrsA W W lkorof jUjMlsssipii Vr Awh K TMMMH awl Mrs Kl Price Mteeee Xiuef awl TommnInJretm- cia awl MtHMtrs JeJedmn and AlfX FrHicM FKMf terries were cor daetod at MHI L eM cr Cm i TMM tforyjfiiiffjttoet F M Ti 4 The Jt t ttr i t f J o 0 Fruit Uninjured Mr Hillenmever the Lexington nurseryman says that so far the fruit in this section la uninjured notwithstanding the extremely cool weather andheavy frosts WlthJmrs tram the Race Considerable surprise anti regret was caused by the announcement of Judge Rices withdrawal irom the race for Poice Judge leaving Mr J J Green leaf the tny candidate Judge Rice st record in this capacity is clear proof of his superior ability as such an officer and time best wishes of his many friends will be with him in whatever he may undertake The following is his card To the Editor of the Climax In announcing my withdrawal from the race for Police Judge in Primary April 28 1905 I wish to sincerel thank friends for support and assistance- so generously extended to me I make this withdrawal iu view of tho fact that I find many of time friends ofmy op ponent Mr J J Greenleaf are my friends and it is my earnest desire that there should be no discord or friction within party lines and I earnestly de sire that my frienda who have so cor dially and warmly supported me in the past will give to Mr Greenleaf thet same zealous support that they haveI given me Very Respt H C Rice Scenery Along the L A Railway Hosts of tourists from America an- n ally cross the Atlantic to see the wonders of the old world to view the various historic points of interest to aze upon the ruins of ancient splendor and faded glory and to feast their eyes on the picturesque and sublime Alps Far be it from me to condemn them foi it But most of us are only too prone to shut our eves to the beanties arontv us and oblivous and unappreciative ot delights about us journey to dill Cant climes in quest of pleasure Kr ture is lavish of her gifts The L A Railway passes through a country of most beautiful and variegated scenery As the train leaves the tunnel seven miles east of Nicholasville there bursts upon time vision a Icene of exquisite beauty massive gray bluffs sheer precipices a hundred feet high extending for miles on the opposite side of the river We now reach Valley View from which fc presented a splendid panorama of the valley and the bluffs Journeying on as we leave the KingV Station tunnel spread out before us U a magnificent antI charming lard scape with a valley rivaling in beaut thecelebrated valley lof the Piedmont and the Sbenandoah while in the distance stretch out the mountains with their emerald carpets and green foliugp till their shadowy forms fade from view Nestled in the mountains is the little town of Irvine surrounded by mo n talulc scenery a smiting valley inter vening through whiiih time beautiful Kentucky sparkling with sunbeams tuns its silvery course the whole composing a spectacle of grandeur and sublimity that begganj description At we ascend the meandering river on eith er side the scenery Is most charming On one side with few intervals natures ramparts of massive rock solid and firm tIe rock of Gibraltar reartIJeIr verdant summits to nn altitude of a hundred teat while evisrand anon huge boulders and rocks of grotesque shapes natures handiworks met the eye and please the fancy Otmauypartsof the rocky bluffs she lila rough beauti owviBgwJiil onthmer parts her deft aad Inimitable haod has depicted fantastic fIimerea of various huts Such Sa time Bcswery that in itar feeble tfayj have Hodeavpred to Jjortr iy There may be nwit Wy Hjre more alttliMi bt aou lUore bsa u 1partWandIn t tf f i ii + lMsK rtt 1 lr is the time to plant caIadium t Tuberose Gladiolus A supply of flowers always on handand special attention given to funeral designsl 2 Itching piles Never mind phy sicians have failed cure you Try Doan Ointment No failure there 50 cents at any drug store Those desiring cultivated hemp- seed should call address ft Ross Kirksville Ky 29mcb5t Will Interest Many Every person should krow that good health impossible the kidneys are deranged Folejs Kidney Cure will cure kidney and bladder in every form and will build up and strengthen these organs they will perform their functions properly No danger Bright disease diabetes Kidney Cure taken III FoleysI sale by Stockton I t u cut e it to on or M is if so ot or ii is R C VON The Florist Telephone 188 7 All vehicles and work turned out by us is guaranteed to be as repre sented It is our constant endcaVpr to please our patrons and we haver Thug since found out to do this we rriusCbe honest in our dealings and sell good go dsat reasonable prices Give us a call and we will convince you that our goods are the best and our prices the cheapest RICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S L MidkifT propietor Why buy an oil brand wagon when you can buy n Kinlsfll wagon for time same money at D U Shackelford Cos Smchtf Who sells the American Steel Fence It can be found at D BI Shackelford Cos and the price is lower than ever Smchtf 5 and 6 i WalkOvers classfinest unequaled BANKS LNow Albert JJll6s II Spring- StylesISpring is here and thee time for general decorating Nothing helps the appeal alice of a room more than fresh paper and a new coat of paint or varnish Thats what we want to tell you about Our stock is complete We have ue w ideas galore In all the world you cant find better or more beau- tifulPAPER 1 thijn we are carrying this season Then too we employ skilled workmen ail that menus as much as merely selcclii g pretty paper One beauty about Olr superb stork is that of low prices Wi wantyou to come and see us inirSii gate outline and we will promise m tUfat have tFie tho goods andilte propciafxles We ijsj hanUJ all kin is ofineloW 1cijtr W f1iXWI tOils Varnish l Pl a call f G IL wiiigitgiW- est Main Street RICHMOND KYJu want picture of your Home to IWe in onr Hook History of Itir Madison county J eIICOrct 1 ol t If6 7 f 1CLothes Iiare admired by all rarticu 1perblythey fit perfectly To appreciate the high artis tic merit of our clothing It is only necessary for you to order a pi1Suit or a pair of Trouser r I9 We have over five hundred samples and piece goods to select W from and we guarantee fit and satisfaction gi No garmentIeayes our house unless the customer is perfectly satisfied l t RICE AND ARNOLD f 0 p fr THE ONE PRICE HOUSE Main Street RiChhIX4 KytJn c y a tj jtLiI r W1q uf Iir e 3 enCf W dc o i 1 l u JdII nJ = IJt i J 1 J t 1 I DENTAL STTEGEE tT OWMwa L LoVisoTv nmrrIST op LODISVILLB KT BuildingIchmSndnovl7ly vM Blanton f DENTIST aOfilce in Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 196 For Rent Nice store room on Second street suitable for grocery or other line of merchandise Apply to Judge J C Chenault or this office tf Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar pricesbeforethis linciS We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky HAVE YOU TRIED OUR I Mounlain M Jillioo Goal It not you are missing one of lifes luxuries The Mountain Ash Jellico Coal is free from Impurities and because of its superior burning qualities Is the most satistactory Jellico Coal produces for either Q Grates Stove or Furnace Try It and we guarantee that all your worry over S bad dirty coal will cea- seBeatlyville Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr S Tel I 84 Yards Aspen ave e s es C A Taylor has everything the farmer needs forhisSttt Spring Plowing c VHehandles the celebrated VULCAN PLOW t and also has Cooking Stoves etc oft g the latest pattern and lowest prices Vfr Roofing and Guttering a k Specialty Weve Hired 1 Uncle SamAa our agent to SHOW and SEIZ our goodqand an investment through us Is better than a Govern offeringof tOUcISuits They are btackThlbeu for dress wear and fancy Casumcres and Worsteds in light medium and dark for business wearfhQare GUARANTEED and ty1eilvhatand ak for and measure blnkasay1ngyou saw THIS ad in- rIlIs paper lnourllJleand have done buineu bp the SAME SPOT braver FORTY YEARS- WeseUOWmnNG HATS dPUlliISH everybndvsend nfl Rood SUBJECT TOAPKOVAL Style hocks for all lines freepatcqijest Let us bear from you LLVYSIhird and Market tQUI6VIL1E II r4IIt 1 I EtsNYAI1tAw MOHMOXD fice XENTUOKYl oVerState BaBkTriwt Co op wte Cotrt House on Xain3treet Jo D M OHEN4ULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Oben ults grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUN8ELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY omce In John Bennetts old law omce over Ferry Thomas drug store DIDJl h J A LIT Most Select and Largest ft Yielding Sorts Mammoth Red Gob White Dentil The laxgest yieldlr and ti3tis ctorr liipe white Corn offered GOLDEN KINGThe best early tam yellow FuU stocks of other enperior torts Write for lilt and prices and improve your Crops BLUE RIBBON SEEDS Are always the most economical to use IffiRDfeD SOIL LOrll t9Oh Largest stocks Vesreablt and FlowS Alfalfa Rspe Grna Iud Clover Seeds Seal Potatoes Cow Peas Soy Beans Millet ghum DESCRIPTltE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ARB Y Q U INTBRE TBD IN THE Condition of Y- ourTeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25c Teeth Filled 50o I With Gold 1 Solid Gold Teeth 4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are Justis teeth and they an- the best no matter what you pay foi having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky 1 MARKS SPfl1 JBootsShoesRubbers Cost LeastWear nest- Salesman BC BOGUS co a Dna aODD OD 3c I Diamondsf- rc Watches Cocks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry andPreciouStonesof rThese are some of the Ii to be fonnd at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane he c will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to Ii Lanes hell fix that too If you want anything that 1 can be found in a first class c gotoin these kind of articles Ii L E Lane Jeweler and Optician Wrefencz I am agent for the celebrated LAME WIRE FENCE Those wishing tJ purchase the best wire fence wIllcall on or address JD LONG lyllOtlyr Richmond Ky TelephoneD H Luxon and lire for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf Eczema scald head hives Itchlnrs of the skin oJ any sorj instantly reo Heved permanently cured Doan1 Ointment At any drug store KILLTHECOU AND CURE THE LUNGS II WITH DrKings I liNe w Discoiery FOR CONSUMPTION Prlcr 50c fc SI00 Free Trial aUTmOAJaa otG JUoit 1V l b7aItn H trm1ne l will rriveat same time u av pr Hnt i151amJlDI11IUdtlo pArt at 135 pW for Irvine and Bat tyrill Junction arriving afr irViwe BeMtyvllkiunctionZ8Op Train JNp 4 wilt leave Beattyville Junction at 3 SSOp m arriving at Rich mond at 785 p m vl fcfrompresent 810prn TrainNo 5 will leave Richmond at 630 am arriving at Irvine PIt 730 Beattyville at 905 leave Beattyrille at 1000 and arrive at Beattyville June lion at 1020 a m in time for onnecf tion with tleI E for Jackson Train No 6 will leave Beattyvilleh Junction at 10 30 a m Richmond at 130 p mt leaving at 135 p m for Versailles arriving latter point at 325 p m making close connection at NicholasviUp and Versailles for trains for Lexington and Clncin natl and Shelbyville and Louisville Sunday service will be inaugurated first Sunaiy jn June Schedule will be announced laterM HACKER Agent The approach of spring finds us in better condition tban ever before to serve the people of Madison and adjoining counties During the past year our warerooms have been enlarged and are filled with the nicest sad most complete line of Carriages Buggies Depot Wagons Pheatons etc ever placed on display in any city in Cen tral Kentucky Our wacons range III prices from 38 to 130 buggies S50 to 5200 Depot wagons and Carriages 130 to 3325 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 and examine these goods and got our prices- RlcmioND CARRIAGE WORKS S L Midkiff Prop ORDINANCE No person or persons shall for pay on Sunday conduct or carryon or in any way practice the profession ol Barbering In the city of Richmond Anyone violating the provisions of this ordinance shall be fined not less than 5 nor more than 10 for each offense D R TEVIS Mayor W H WHITE Clerk OLD JOEWHISKY Hand made Sour Math Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style mara facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to i Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10c bottles S5 5L1 Ijugs 200c 5I Ii bottles 3c RallonOrders ProprOld Joe Distillery AfcBrajer noTlyr Anderson county KyV SOLD BY M Ft Enright First Street DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Aprl21905 LOW RATES t From Richmond via Southern Railway Effective March 1 to May 15 California points Portland Ore Tacoma Wash Seattle WllRhU t 10Spokane Wnsht3860 Ogden Utah Helena Montana Butte Montana371OB- illings Mont321O yfromabove rates via the Southern railway and correspondingly low rates will bo made to other points in the Wost and NorthwestFor folders and complete in t formation call on yout local agent or address LexinglonKy Louisville 1yV G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis i Mo rTacdfordY BlackDrntiht cornea nearer regulating the entire svsfcm lhuianytotreatindigestionbiliousnCs stomach aches- Thedfords BlackDrautht is the standard ncvllfuilingremcdy for stomach domestictho doctor It is as forchildrcn otthisofdyspepsiataken as directed brings quick relief DA3TILU ILI DC023 ISC oorMrally wotokofordocorwith lJlckDrang4t UtA lntlbcdtordsdocs BOUoep l eclid25c to The CtotU CaChngnniiid x JJ 5VV rIIj j t k The Human Lottery AH ifonly X ware beautiful how hanzrr life would be a forlorn maid haa said this as she into the urror It is the onepos session ia the lottery of human woman wcnldnot refuse BRADFIBLDS Female Regulator foryonnggirlsoathethroiholdofwoman hood invaluable n and languid the dull aching hands cold appetite gone or abnormal obstructed periods painful menses and their systems generally run down they need a up and their blood cleansed Is BradneldsFemaleRegulatorforWomei particularly valuable to its properties end as a regulator of the menstrual flows Painful obstruct ed and suppressed menstruation is a neatly relieved all diseases peculiar to her are cured by it ltegulatorclearsthecomplexioflbtlgh- tV the eye sharpens re moves muddy and blotched conditions of tile skin and cures sick headache at once Of druggists ntSioo Ier bottle sPerfect Health for Women caa be had free by sending us your address THE BRADFIEID REGULATOR ATLANTA INVESTIGATION r ORDERED A Hargis Juror Confessed That He Coached Attorney Lexington Ky April 14 Sensation al charges were made against the at torneys for Judge Hargis One Juror admitted In open cour- lthat he had coached the attorneys ar to good jurors for their CH8nt find go on the jury himself to help Hargls The court Is Investigating the case The 300 men summoned for Service were In court and many o them brought doctors certificates am excuses claiming to be ill and askin to be released from service Almost an hour was taken up hearing these excuses and when this hai been finished Attorney George Webb tor the defense asked that the entiri- enire be discharged on the groom that the names of 37 of them did no appear on the books of the county n sensor Commonwealths Attorney Al Ion oppoSed tho motion and a l ngth argument was entered into CALEB POWERS He Will Be Defended By Richard Yates and F S Black Springfield IlL April 14 Got Richard Yates has been retalne as counsel to defend Caleb former secretary of state ot Kontuck In his new trial for complicity in Ui murder of the late Gov Goebel VftteS will leave In ten days for ville to confer with the other neys for the defense and to for the trial Associated with Yates will be G R Sims of Bowlin Green Ky and former Gov Frank Black of Now York KILLED BY LIGHTNIN Brother and Sister Took Refuge Fio n Storhtv a Barn Bowling Green Ky April 14Itreported here that a double fatalit attended athtmdcr storm that passe over Huntsville In Butler Miss Barber aged 21 and her young brother were out when the storm ca up and took refuge in a barn TbIV barn was struck by lightning and hot brother and sister were Instantly liii ed their bodies being found after U storm when search foi the tnisslii ones was made SHE PLEADED ttUILTY Mrs Bro kwell Sentence Will Bll Given a Padifcah Ky April ll1Irs Mai Brockwell was arraigned in the M Chicken Circuit court IlBr ttorne ttrguod for continuance After thn hours deliberation by the lawyers 5 p m she came into court and plea ed guilty to willful murder By tgre ment of her attorneys and the cot monwealth she was given a life se tence ln tho Frankfort penitentiary Crusade Against Billboards Newport Ky April 14A crnsat Is to be begun against bill boards this city Emulating the example si by CihCinnati for more attractI thoroughfares the city authorities to begin a movement looking to U suppression of the objectionable vertlsements on dead walls fences Other places Seven Cases of Smallpox Bowling Green Ky April 14Ther are seven cases of smallpox In the pesthouse at They are all negroes The meeting the presbytery of the Colored land Presbyterian church which to have been held there has been 1oned on account of the scar Charged With Theft Lexington Ky April 14 T Howard a lawyer of Magdffin cow ty who has been In this city for tb past week to attend the trial of Jud Hargis was arrested on a warrant o tained by L H Sublett of Powe county charging him with the the of 100 Bought the Island Louisville Ky April14Damon island commonly called island was purchased from Mr an Mrs Amos Goodwin by Capt Henr Seebolt The price given In the dee at the county clerks office is 1 an Other Tnlunble considerations Deserted By His Family Covlngton Ky April 14 McNamara of this city claims tbr his wife and four children have bee spirited away and be has nppeal to the police for aid In locating He thinks that they have gone to Zia City to Join the Dowieltes Ran Into a House Augusta Ky April 14Whlle cxtr train No 529 through freight on th C O was this ift the rails spread throwing seven car from the track The end jof one of th derailed cars ran into Be brick bous- and badly wrecked IL Woman Is a Candidate Mlddleburg KyVAIJ1l 11Mn Georgian Shelton a popular in the schools of Adams ycpunty ha announced her candIdacyforVuperIr itendenrtpf schools iiubjeclt to the tion of the republican primaries l4jlmposhjVfvuera Burred In Vienucky JklJ remains of J Frank JGrant1 Ule aeiretafy and jutlti1rgeletahotU Soverelga GriP41V- LOde et lrei 7TJttwhtf diedVjuVlJua- z 1VatI IjtItif seeVVV r cn RSSch ol gperhl n antI parents ef Kentucky l1lr1 ranch perplexed over the problem brought about by the ot the Am rkan Book Corn renew their bond of 10000 was forfeited to Mason count If this order is to remain in force all the school books now in use be discarded and other books Th6 following letter sent by State Superintendent Jas H Sri is self explanatory Court of Appeals having affirm a decision of tho Mason county Court against the American Company by which Mason got a judgment for 410000 full amount of said companys under and by authority of said American Book Company the adoption of certain test for use in the various counties this State under the former county law sections 60 and 61 ol old chool book law the same bo sections 4423 and 4421 of the Statutes and as said Amer Book Companyrefuses to execute new bond for the continuance of the county adoptions of its text now under contract ia certain unexpired county adojv you are hereby notified that it be unlawful for the common of the Commonwealth to con usng or to permit to bo used of the text books published by said American Book Company on such county adoption contracts all such county adoptions are for by said company by its refusal execute a new bond for the contin of such county adoptions tie ions of the law relative to such adoptbns being as follows Upon the failure or refusal of any publisher or persno comply the provisions of this act within time beren specified the text s of such publisher or person sell the same shall be removed from common schools of any and ever by the County Bard thereof which the same have been adopted Kentucky Statutes Section 3424 It will therefore be required of all having such contras for books published by jhe American Company to discontinue their from and alter this date and sub te for such books tho correspond of the State uniform series penalties for using uther books the State series except such as under legal contract aro upon the our tv School Book Commission and rs the former being liable to a of 100 to 500 and the latter teacher cannot draw salary while other books than those under State or county contract This only to the publications of the Book Company at present suits ate pending against other and you will be advised on conclusion of these The Conit Appeals holds that only one recov can bo made against any one and such recovery shall be or the full amount of the bond Ma coUntv has been awarded the of the American Book Com bond and other suits against viIi bo useless JAS H FUQUA SR Superintendent Public Instruction Announcements FOR MAYOR Weareauthor1zcdtoannonncedOAflENC1lE miliject to the action of the Democratic FOR OITY ATTOSNEY We are authorized to announce It Ea candidiute for City Attorney sub to the notion of the Demucralic party We are anthorited to announce THOS H a candidate for CUt AttnrneyTsnb to the action of tile Democratic party FOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorised to announce J J GREEN LEAF as candidate for Judge of the Police Court sublect to the action of the Democratic partyVFOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are athorized to announce JA3IES II ALLMAK a candidate for Thief of Police of the city 5f Richmond subject to the action 0 the Democratic party We are authorized to announce CLAUD DEVORE a candidate for the omce of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce V W RAE DIN a candidate for the office ot Ohlef of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democsllc party We are authorized to announce W M CREEKMOUK a candidate for duel of Polio Kicliinond subject to the action of the Democratic party d We are authorized to announce Mr T AlUiON a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party ion COUNCILMAN We are authorized to announce EMIL LOU RISlII ax a candidate for the City Council from ihe East End precinct subject ti the ae lion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W S OLD HAM a candidate for Councilman from University Preuint subject to the action of tin Democratic partyVWe are authorizes to announce Q W GATES candidate for Councilman from West End Precinct subject to the action of the Democra party We are authorize to announce COr1UrA1i as a candidate for City from West End precinct subject to the action the Democratic party- Wesreauthozized to announce RICHARD MCKEIC as a candidate for the City Council the University precinct subject to the ac of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN A a candidatefor City Council from East End Precinct subject to the action the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W A tiANCI ns a candidate for City Council from University precinct subject to the action the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ROBERT a candidate for Councilman from University precinct subject to the action the Democratic party Wo areauthortzed to announce A D MIL a candidate for reelection to the office of Council 01 Richmond subject tO the acP of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce MrrT To b candidate for the o lcenfCouncil from West End Precinct subject the action of the Dtmocratio partyV We are authorized to announce JOAa candid fOr lily Council fronv tEnd Precinct subject to the action of the la party We are authorIzE dto announce JENNINGS candidate for vouBcilma from End precinct subject to the action of tHi pattyV VedreauthoTlzniltoaBnoaBceAECAWK a candidate fnrOIty Ci uEcilCrikRtlte Enet reclnct subloct ta th aet of the Dem party FOIL JAILEltiWe areantheiizea to saeoue LBKQ doldate krJaJ1ere MadlKubjsct la MM adios e IMuj Olt MiTB We ratttW ti I aiiiovuee Mr i d S e5MeW tor Jf MMI of sd Naiiteri4 ot seb te tk i of the DernoereIte PMtl 70k pITALIVIb 3- 1an 1I ite ol YJUk5aIdsbM I Is aeWiss St u m o 0 IIVl eV VIIT olden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble and- Graqite ever in Richmond Trade at at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street Louisville and- Nashville R R is prepared to quote you rates to Any Pointsell through tickets and check your baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale 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 TAn A TRIP Consult your Local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or addressJ W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It will pay you to ex amine them before buyIng We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan tiers at moderate prices The best rub ber tire applyed and guaranteed ifof one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works S L MidkifltfPdoj +4+CALL AT+++ JONES MERShWS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be foun in the city are dispensed by upto iate and accommodation Qtnalne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssssgsi Phone 3 Second St 38 DOLLARS to CALIFORNIA andthe- NORTHWEST From Louisville viath- eHenderson Route Corresponding low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points Tickets on sale daily up to and in cludingMay 15 1905 Also special Homeseekbrss rates to the west and southwest on certain dates If you contemplate a tripask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your tickets read over the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis Free reclining chair cars en all of our St Louis trains Direct con nections in St Louis Union Station with alt lines to the west and south AgentLoujsville THE SOUTHWEST A Grand Country for Hom seekers and Investors Excursion Rates Twice A MonthVArkansas Louisiana and Texas offer the greatest inducements for per sons desiring to own their homes Cheap land producing almost any thing that Can be grown anywhere mild climate good schools good water healthful turroundings and a growing country are some of the advantages Unexcelled fox raising fruits and vegetables for early markets Land that can be bought for 5 tolO per acre can be made to yield 100 and 200 per aero in orchard and truck farm First and third Tuesdays of loch morth wo sell himeseekera tickets from Memphis and Cairo at one fare tripLiterature above country and information about rates will be mailed upon request 1 O SCHAEFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O i 20000 D ArbucLQ u iii lJOugms lieJJ innnons An Announcement to the Public January 1st 05 Arbuckle Simmons were succeeded L E Douglas Co The firm will be composed of the tTF p above persons who will be pleased to have their friends fUi and see them at the same old stand- We want to say to the public that we now haw ilf stock complete We have received a car load of genuine rostCoiled Spring Steel WireV a car load of the best Wagonsmade The Studebaker eacar load of Olympic Diamond Ranges We want to further say that we buy most of om wagons and stoves in car load lots and if you will ijV see us we can sell you the best goods for as little than you will pay for inferior goods Seeing is bVCome in and you will believe what we have to sayVTinwoik and Guttering and Spouting we make a specialty of Would be phV have yqu let us do your work or give you an estimate Respectfully yours Dougloi CO Richmond Ky 0 OF WILL I FOR MAKlfdG A HOrnE OF YOUR OW j HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ VIA THE COMFORTABLE WAY NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES D i tOITSIS00 S28 00 GREAr FILLS tNA ISPtlL WIllTErlSH INTERMEDIATE POINTS j 20 30 JENNINGS UOriT WENATCHEE IrsSH FERUI SPOKANEIINTERMEDIATE POINTS t SEATTLE EVERETT AD PUGET POINTS 25 OJ 33 Ot j LIBERAL STOPOVER P It I V I LEG J CUT THIS CUT AND MAIL TO US 1FR C WI will send you absolutely free illustrated descriptive Minnesota Dakota Montana or Washington hUndiI You Gives you complete information the f ties and resources cf tlnsc btaloa Fo further information I MAX BASS Grrfi IJIMIGRATIOM Aojarr 220 S Clark st Chicago PASSBXOBR St ron =TE3 INFORUATIOK REPRESENTATIVE orJTilE SELVAGE The hardships of the have passed and nov we are prepared tj supply von with your spring fittings We have purchased an immense line of Dress Fabrics Notions Ho Underwear Zephyrs Ginghams Calicoand in fact everything pertain- Ing to the dresser This stock in of superlative splendor qnd magnitude and one that you wonlif just enjy to over Our spring shotrings are now on exhibition at our store Ve suggest selec tions this season and dont lingnrin J asking about the price Wo assure you that our prices are lower than nny house in town VCall and ook tlamnmmoth Vline and convince yourself of the sin cerity of this statement S5TS SS Ay r Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown orrichblack Use PICK UTl THESE STATESl FIN- DUNEQUALLE OPPORTUNITY GJUUrr NmiliHERN RAILWAVIT- HE FrTOBSI MARKft Sole Pills WHITNEYI heahihi Keep bowels medicine Ayers iiwo BUCKINGHAMS LU 7V7I1imm mFm7I7I7J GREAT SACRIFICE 1 worth of Boys Ghiidrens Clothing at than manufactur t ers prices are badly overstocked in department We Have Cut the Prices to the Core r Mothers fathers we can interest you Boys Suits short pants costing from 1 to2 andS at VAOetsV Our 3 and 5 Boys Suits short pants iit2 Our Boys Long Pa ts Suits 4j 5 and 7VVatV f 250V ANY ONE North want about address F NORTHERN winter Stocks siery peruse would early oyerL The great rule of the the great Pills 6 run 01 jatcGisa less We this and And and Come quick and secure bargains Our tolt 10 and 12 Boys Long Pant Suits at lh45V iest 150 Corduroy Pants BCfllSi ifOur 125 Corduroy Pants at 87lcVT ji Jig rThi isa gteatStrilkeS fe Come quick and secure bargains tOUtS AND fillS STRAUS VVVLiingofls Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KENTUCKY g 8oIeRI for jftij Beiujsmtn cscort Iolh1f lot Ien We are now diphty11ugthe fi 1Jprtxag teehard Shr the famoUs Bluegrass Cutter hs 1uqIeof our Merchant + DePVmVV VGJYVHI LVAJLLIr m I 9 t t iIC t CIa c t