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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rSPV u C i I r I j 1 j Ti tiE Rt r l t 1 t bc tj f I t fj rl r li Jf Ir imtuMEn RICHMOND MADISON r COUNTY CKY W Xf f 3 1I1 1 iiih 11 4 I PHONE 80 if WINES lCRtEEKMa DRUGS dJb ff Irl 4 t V J 5z J J 7I7r 0 4 ATrEATIOAht5t0m Iiare your our new and Summer goods We are prepared to offer the buyer every advantage of newness quality and economy a IE splendidly assorted retail store can present I r We solicit your spring trade on the representation that you IE will find it satisfactory and profitable to make your pur r chases from us t t t We carry most anything you can ask for in Dry Goods Notions iShoes Hats f FurnishingsIRugs +1 viay We guarantee to give the best quality of goods for the a 7IJ Pricethe PRICE always the lowest Call and see us iLackeyand Hamilton MIX THE HUSTLING CASH STORE First and Main 7F717F7iI F71 71 Km75 71 7f 7 f k I r Af 7I7J I 7F WV Ml THEt ffi Countryl i 7F 1 aE IN rOWNIE F+ BUY FOR H CASHiSSELL FOR 71 CASHJ 11 We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware m Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies k Road Carts etc In fact most every artIcle used on farm or in kitchen CASH PRICE makes 7 iememuerour goods very low when A comparedwith the credit system WE SELL THE LyncnDurg Ohi11 Q Plow the most substantialand easiest running plow in the world Examine and give us your order N j Fencing Wire Roofihgetc + Try our Old Fashioned fc 1Cntfy MeaI Cheap J f Poultry Eggs Hides fand Furs f Colyer Bros + Phone 237 Main Street +p RICHMOND KY 7F t I7SWL lliy i F 7 D W TRI6BLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business SolicIted Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND EY For Sole Nice lot on Fourth street 7xl fe tPnr narticutars c nat olflci 00VIfyou are in the market for fen mot dp not pass Sliackelfonl k C0f store as they have tho pricuahd ti i fence 8 a laces from 1 cent jj p ftf 1New j L 1kiif Clean House Today Dont wait until tomorrow but clean house today with Dr Caldvrelis Iaxla live Pepsin Sytup Of course wo mean your house of fleeh and bonec vour body This 5s the best house you own and should wet the best care Yet most people neglect it in a most dread ful manner As a result stomach liver and bowels soon get out of order and cause great pain distress and danger ous internal diseases The only safe sure cure is Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin It clears out all causes of sickness cures constipation and indigestion cleans house and makes you well Try It sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and SI Money back if it falls apr B II Luxon Bro have the nicest lot ot timothy hay in Madison county Call on them when in need LSJotf Catarrh Catarrh Catarrh All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of Bnnsens Catarrh Cure to refund the money if it fails to cure any case of nasal catarrh catarrh nl deafness or catarrh of the head no matter of how lonjr standing OneapI plication gives ease and rest Contains nn mercury or other injurious drug Bunsens Catarrh Cure is the only cr tarrh remedysold on a positive guar antee No cure no pay price 5Oc TOUR OF ALL MEXICO Tour of all Mexico in Jan alY and February under escort of eau Camp bell General ManagerAmerican Tour 1st Association For rates dates sleep ing car reservation and full particu lars of itinerary address- A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati Ohio Cleared for Action When tim body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeksthe brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At R C Stocktons drug store 25 cents Why dont you fence your farm and keep your old cow at home Some willsay what fence must to buy Uncle n n uses the Page Fence it ought to lu yours Sold by L F Cov DeBells Kidney Pills Are not recommended for everything buthey will positively cure a series licensee arising from disordered kh ucla bladder and liver such as had ache weak hack diabetep inflammation of the bladder and all urinary troubles Regular size 25c Famp and phamphlet free tellinir about ku nay troubles 1m FOR SALEAV nice building lot c North street Apply to Mrs HP Reid Let Everybody Worl and the world would ba more hrppy and contented Just consider how much pain and trouble results in your body when your liver or stomach stop wording Happily you can soon get them to wort 8gamr cure yon pains and restore yourself to health and contentment with Dr CaldweHs lax a ivej Syrup Pepsin Try it Sold Perry Thomas at 5Uc and fL Money back if it allsaprDpyou want to Mil yorir jfarm List with us Te advertise it free U Rielimcnd Real Estate Agency FreeDeBelirs Kidacy Pub Cut thfjaaed ret a lull Mae box df DeBellicldaey tlfi Dttai may le ReIwi cUatb Je1aJl Xkleey Fl wIlIcrsyon dtoDe toO l r1u fO Hi Tb i I J 47 J q iV1 Iii 0 LONG QUIET BROKEN JJGIRL RECOVERS VOICE fAPTEB TWENTY YEARS SILENCE w Victim of Aphonia Unable to Speak for Two Decades at Last Gains Articulation and Is Happy Brooklyn N- VYAfter a lapse ofamore than 20 yeapsduring which she has never spoken a word above a whisper Miss Mabel Penny formerly of South Brpgklyn but now living here has completely recovered the use ofIher vocal cords and now speaks perfects distinctness and freedom Miss Penny herself as well her lameily and friends regards the recovery offher voice asaua solute miracle ing the years of her enforced silence she had consult d many eminent specialists none of whom offered her any hope of ever speaking aloud again She was told by several of them that the vocal cords tad become atrophied and that she couldnevcr speak aloud simply because the necessary mechan dlllMisstiled to pass hoeJlKe In silence Pennyhadregard to a temporary illness and vis ited the office ofDr Richard Ellis Dr Ellis who is connected with the Equitable Life Assurance society noticed at once that the young woman spoke only in whispers and supposed that she had come to see him for a bad cold which affected her voice After questioning the young woman he learned that she had suffered from aphonia since she was six years oldJDr Ellis history of the case and learned that the loss of voice resulted from an at tack of scarlet fever when Miss Pennye was a child Becoming physician asked permjssion to make aniexamination which the young readily granted Dr Ellis examined carefully and found the vocal cords fully developed and apparently in a normal or nearly normal condition There Is no reason In the world that you shouldnt talk just as much and just as loud as any other young woman the physician told Miss PennyI Itthemade to have her voice restored and the hopelessness of the case in the opinion of the specialists Dr Ellis still believed hia diagnosis correct and told Miss Penny that he believed that If she would try to talk and keep on trying she would soon recover the use of her voice The physician then instructed Miss Penny in the methods to pursue and before she left his office she had succeeded In producing sounds which con vinced him that there was nothing wrong with the vocal cords Under the physicians instruction Mrs Banta Miss Pennys mother massaged her throat and chest freely every day and the young woman made constant ef forts to speak aloud The recovery of Miss Pennys voice was gradual and for a few days some of her words and sentences had a broken disconnected effect but this only served to amuse and Interest Miss i Penny She became so enthusiastic In her new pastime of learning to talk that whenever she went out to walk she practiced speaking her thoughts aloud Many persons whom she met stopped and gazed doubtfully after her EATS 36 HARD BOILED EGGS Philadelphia Park Guard Regards IThis asa Mere BagatelleHas Historic Career Philadelphia Pa William McCray- a park guard who prides himself not little on his gastronomic record won fivedollar wager by eating 3G bard boiled eggs The feat was performed in Sedgley guard house McCrays record as a hearty eater dates back to 1895 While the trolley car strike was in progress In that year park guards rarely hrd on apportunlty to go to their homes at meal hours Hardboiled eggs as a convenient luncheon were on the daily bill of fare To every other guard the egg lunch eon was a hardship To McCray it be came a mere matter of pleasant train Ing for laurels to be won In later years His hardboiled capacity became well known and was never questioned until recentlyA guard expressed doubt showedIMcCray who Is 63 years old has other records He is a fast runner and only last Thanksgiving day won a sevenmile run in 58 minutes He ran from Fortysecond street and Bal thnoro avenue to Media 12 miles In two hours two years ago He has been a member of Company O First regl ment 35 years In which time he has never missed a drill Inspection or presidential inauguration Important Omission Rev Louis Schmidt described as an evangelist comes forward with the statement tha Adam was 14 feet tall and weighed 1400 pounds and Eve Ifwas 12 feet tall and weighed l200 pounds It appears however lhat eitherIeThe Correct Thing ecUpsedplace at a tthi4 when the number ofI spots on Its face Is about the maxi IIImum Itlg only human that in sucIJ circumstances the sun should wear a VcIL PEPPERS NERVIGOR RESTORATIVE CURES ERYOU5 DEBILiTY IiimexilVorK al IrLgueuins the tn trre of perfect numiuxxL Xo 51ft till thIre reqi4ilte ii good healthy ihrVS4 wltldo Ire pdiy for pby1icI A- ideIoCam ewortllllY KHWOlTMn M Pnk innn M other troubltfdue to me froriE iMolChtir dri bblM Mid otter eaM rI1enePr1etUOIMM M nCnm Mt earM oebnea-dprnL MCMOM AMKUTIOM MHCMO L A For sitleby E Q Wines IJfecPatV Nitv xro iiiebtjiie and W msyc f 1ift Aji1yto O Ji trt JI 1ionI9Rlg PwtU1i pG fy tiQI f rl ataV dcVu J t c a CetcSCOTTSEmulsion When you go toa drug store nd ask for Scotts Emulsion you know what you want the man knows you ought to have it Dont be surprised though f you are offered something else Wines cordials extracts tc of cod river oil are pientib ul but dont Imagine you are getting cod liver oil when you take them Every year for thirty years weve been increasing he sales of Scotts Emulsion alwaysISend for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 109415 Pearl Street New Yor- r i cndSIOO Alt drUIDsts STANDlAGAIN ON THE Judge Hargis Contradicts Some of Fe lix Feltners Story Lexington Judge James Hargis of- ackson was again piaced on the wit ness stand In hAs own behalf He was crossexamined by C J Bronston forshe commonwealth Hargis failed toIwhy he had given Felix Felt cr a check for 1500 to be deposited n the Winchester bank or why he had written the rate of Interest at 8 in the note given him by Felix Feltner and then changed It to 6 Judge Hargls was carried over the testimony given by his friend Felix Feltner and in many places he contradicted Feltncrcone of these instances Wing datey of his first acquaintance with the ier circuit court clerk of Henry coun y Feltner said he was called to Jack on by Judge Hargis for the purpose of arranging matters so Pat 1Iose Feltners could not testify against him was Introduced by B F French but Hargis says he knew Feltner long be fore this He denied that the note for 1500 was secured from Felix Feltner in Cincinnati by B F French as sworn to by Sam Fields Moso Feltner Ruck Cottingame and othersyTHE EQUITABLE SOCIETYc Insurance Commissioner Prewitt Willa Go To Now York To Investigate ML SterlingInsurance Commissioners Prewitt of Kentucky and R E Folk of Missouri will go to Now York In a few days to Investigate the affairs of the Equitable Life Assurance society The commissioners believe the company solvent but with other commissioners from various states its hoped a decision Play be reached whereby the trouble now brewing Infthe company may be stopped Threats of suits are being made by many icy holders in this state and tho bustI ness of the company is at a stand stillIA Unique Still Destroyed Barbourvllle During a raid by rero nue officers in the moonshine district of Eastern Kentucky Deputy United States Marshal William Mayes and posse captured and destroyed a unique still ThQ still was located at the head of Buck creek in Owsiey county and the furnace and fixtures were con cealed beneath the floors of a dwelling house IThe Madstone Applied W G PruItt who was bitten on the hand by a 14yearold shepherd dog and Wm M Ferguson of Bullltt county who was bitten by a horse called on Charles Hall of Ninth and Magazine streets to apply his madstone to their wounds In each case there was relief from tne inflammation and pains Suit Against Coal Companies Madisonvllle A M Harrison agent for the Kentucky state auditor enter ed suit here against the St Bernard Rennlcke Oakhlll and Crabtree coal companies for falling to correctly list their mine properties The value of the property is estimated at 10000 000 and taxes due the state are claimed at 135000 Death of M R Bankston Paducah M R Bankston died of cancer of the stomach Realizing that he was failing Mr Bankston attempt ed suicide recently by cutting his throat but was too weak for the ef fort to be successful and succeeded only in inflicting two slight flesh wounds on either side of his throat The Missouri Tariff Railway St Lenin Iron Mountain ioulhtrn Ry Special low excursion rates from St jonis to Deiivrr Colorado Portland rejroriLo Angeles and lsn Francico alifornia On sale certain dates in- Vpril May June July Auir and Sept 3000to California tickets on sale tally fo May 15th also from Sept 15th 0 Oct lUst Personally conducted Tourist bleeping Cars from St Louis to Francisco and Los Angeles without changeRound trip Homeseekprs Excursion rickets on pale every first and third ruesday of each month at greatly re luced rates to all points in Oklahoman and Indian Territories also points In Missouri Arkansas Texas Kansas Colorado and New Mexico liberal stopovr privilege return limit of twentyone days For particulars address A A a iiagerhouse EldV CinrlnnMl O Shackelford Co can interest Ton bygiviBx you prices on the American SteelFc ciDIlSll1chtf The largest assortment of carriage illggiee 1ieti n8 wnft wagons ever tooHgWtJp RkhmowV are Qwflndll piai t the nichmoiid Carriage sad iFyo1t will call and get IMKMA w af OLt5aOVe innntrnned lKoOOIltM1 y4will IMkA a purChM ear iifJew than ever btON V5UeNiJ4 VL 1it u fcc n Examine our elegant display of- arriages Buggies etc before making purchase We are celling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S 1 Midkiff Prop The American is the only horse high hop proof and bull strong fence that is made Remember we aro at the same old stand Smchtf D7B Shackelfoid Co Oral Slaughter Sale We have purchased a big stock of clothing trom one of the best manu facturing firms in Cincinnati which contains mensind boys clothing and odd pants and in order to sell them out quick we will offer them at a great less than the manufacturing price and everything in my lino will o in tho Fame proportion We have one lot of boys knee pants at 23c a pair one lot of boys zaps at tOe etc Yours for bargains THE LOUISVILIJ3 CHEAP STORE- A Dobrowaky proprietor No 9 First street 29nich3m Saved by Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city is saved by lyuntniting space that the fire cant ross Sometimes a cough hangs on so ing you leel as if nothing but dyna nite would cure it Z T Gray of Cal lontj Ga writes My wile had a ery aggravated rough which kept her wake nights Two physicians could not help her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption colds and coughs which eased her cough ave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and lagrippe At Socktons drng tore price 50c and SI guarateed bottle free Breed Your Mare to Farwood 16796 Standard and registered chestnut stal lion 16 hand high His breeding com bines two of the greatest horses the world has ever produced Get a Nutwood and George Wilkes olt on your farm Nothing will pay ou better Nutwood stands today the leading sire of the world for producing dams His sons and daughters liave produced 1703 from 202J to 230 George Wilkes stands today the lead ng sire of the world of producing his lions and daughters have produced 1800 from 201 to 230 Farwood by Nutwood dam Nora Wilkes dam of Nowood 212J Nora wood 219 etc by George Willkes J H Creighton of Orchard Park Lexington Ky sold last week a 3 yearohl filly by Farwood for 1250 wo of his coke sold at New York last ear one for S20 the other at S2850 ver 50 of his colts will be in this this spring See Robert Walker and book your mares 38 mares have been booked tar 1905 to this great horse 19aOt Cleaned Out When a deep cellar becomes filled with heavy poisonous air it is never safe to go into it until it has been leaned out When your body has been poisoned with the fqul residues of undigested food it is just as necessary to clean it out To do this pleasantly nd safely take Dr Cat d wells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a pure scientific preparation which has no equal in the cure of constipation headache bilious and stomach trouble Sold by Perry Thomas at 60c and SI Money back if it fails The M B Parrish School of Phon ography Hobson Building Laest instruction Positions secured lor pupils tf A FAMILIAR FACE The likeness of DR W B CALDWELL appears on every package of Dr1Caidwells SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable raedklno for Dyspepsia Constipa tion Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches dlsIordersby this trade mark Your druggist will be glad to sell you either the or 100 size Bring your old vehicles to us and ve will make them as good as new bj repairing retiring and varnishing Prices on this class of work very rea sonable RICHMOND OAitRiAOE WORKS S L Midkiff Prop Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley tc Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account sf the great merit anti popularity of Foleys Honey tTar many imitations are offered Ion the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey LTar and refuse any substitute offered ns no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laza live It contains no opiates and III safest for children and delicate persons lor sale by R 0 Stockton lOalm INDIGESTIONS RECORD Tfcetert romedrtC1In1tescrlbcror your is- digestion Plower Iknow 0 lIentlll other physicians w1to pre- icibe itrquby KscBgestioa is making an awful record as a cause sudden deaths It is beat Ilug heartfaiurtin its harvest fY0It papers dailyof amjar eigl healthy and even men being sudocalyatsscled with acute indigestion a bear1ymealfanaOCthelt dvimruimaatfcMtt a could be calledis CTfcU stettW be a warning to who suffer with reiilar or periodical attacks of e te vie tineS tionjiJithe had taken a sHwll a Mower te IIrQeonftuthiI meals theywoudn ta to sucl111t seinircs As Powt ltaiStio b- ycreiisg4I1 fl Itreplatd tr blood aM ton up- tba entire Ji lit a naturM way t 7Co AU 4ti lr J Iw- t i D E1 Your SV atW tX J t D Old II When you buy a Suit of us sun you of see our of our our our on a and two fast lng of with of and di sease had me tf and of all of had and but use So was that in felt like a and am of all at R jCheapest fireorIyou of SIO and One rent of Safe De costsI The at St conse you buy you are Let you like Begin Book VV Spri and we are t of to a most sit the question Our she be Th snappiest from both tic MillsVStyles are Very J J the so that we can most particular The Workmanship and essentials embodied in are to be in tine est of tailoring onrIthe Superiority OcASoss S 3or Ifor11lividendas the setting of the It is impossible to realize through cold typo the merits of our Clothing BETTER CALL OX USsee the garments and earn how great is the advantage trading us Dont to new line Silks for Shirt Waist Suits is third importation this they are prettier than and more of Get lowVprices Get low prices Carpets See the the elegant line we are showing OurIbasement is chuck full of Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets Linoleums LaceVCurtains Portiers etc I I III Try pair of forVLadies shown cityIt not give Busy Bee Cash Store Outfitters to Particular PeopleI VW D Oldham Co Proprietors Terrific Race with Death Death was writes Ralph Ftrnandez Tampa Flade scribing his fearful race deatnliS result trouble heart which robbed sleep interest life tried many different doctors several medicines got benefit until began Electric Bitters won dertul their effect three new man today erred my troubles Guar anteed Stocktons drug Price SOc r Which I valuables deprive allY where I between 10000 years I Which the Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky ffirdsell wagon was awarded the grand prize Louis quently when von know what buying D Shackelford Co show what good wagon Omchtf going them cannot equaled Foroit The Best variety great pletr the other Clothes only found class tho finest carry AJros make with fail This season ever them liver Birdsell looks LA FRANCE Fine Shoes for Ladies price f3 Try a pair of Wm Stratmans Fine Shoes for Men Those shoes are the most uptodate line of footwear I Gentlemen that is in the you ii seen them us a call approach F a I no I to days I I C store worth a Is a B k the 3Ca 0 Old Shoes Rice a Gas Ranged sure signs of a happy life 1VjRight withGas I t J JRichmond tAr r Water and Light ComJY r r I EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mcOJUOUTSD 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 tho country We solicit your patronago Rates reason able Equipments ant facilities unsur passed JAMES tCALDWELl J W HUNK R I t It fnwldem Gcnl tfannfrer V- VVISeorr 5VX j r FURNITURE c1 ilt l j I Y J f iWinter is now approaching and it is now time for fall cleaning Every housewife wants something new to brighten up the dreary ay8 r that are soon to come A piece ot new Furniture a pretty Iictua or- = it fa nice Rug We handle all kinds of house furnishbg goods from AthV t 1t J smallest piece upto the massive Bed Room Suites t Ic t fOur line of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures FtnoypampjJrs i7i 1 a Rugs a largo lino of odd Reeking Chairs and everytlung that will TVfmake a home jc zyand comortabllT rw f J1 it 1 i III 7 y I i J 1 M h 1f1ITttIEt Ii t1i f i t 4 t Titfr iIv J jt J jZI y r I r iJII or i 3 1 lt JI t J 01 r Jlf P t l JYr J ri ImLUME1I 1 RICHMOND MADISON COUHlT KENT J f K i1t 4Y iY s iffyJ I f It II PHONE 80 I 4 WINES i CREEKMOkTST DRUGS lii tC Ji I ill 17I7f 7I7r 7I7I 7I i m7F7I4 ATTENTION rI + New eustomer +I = ffiWe are knocking at your door with our new line of Spring k and Summer goods at We are prepared to offer the buyer ili every advantage of newness quality and economy that a rsplendidly assortedretail store can present i We solicit your spring trade on the representation that you t +will find it satisfactory and profitable to make your pur 71 I + chases from us t F We carry most anything you can ask for in 1 Dry Goods Notions Shoes Hats I Gents Furnishings We also carry a complete line of Carpetst Mattings and Rugs +Jf = Tffi We guarantee to give the best quality 6f goods for the s Priceth PRICE always the lowest Callandsee us iLackey and Hamilton ii 1TIlE HUSTLING CASH STORE First and Main 7 w FF7I71 I1F7J71 7li 7A 7 71 e 1 7f7F jTILE 5 Country StoreI S V INrOWN d st 71 BUY FOR 1 H CA S H+ SELL FO- RCASH i y- Th We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware a Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies + Road Carts etcs In fact most every article used on farm or in kitchen 5I Rememberour 7 when 7compared with the credit I WE THE S r LynhTg Chilhn Plow + the most substantialand easiest plow 71in the world and give us your order F Fencing Wire Roofing 1ffi xEv liiy R Tryour Old Fashioned iCountry MealCheap XSN fI Poultry Eggs Hides I and FursC 71 Coly Bros + Phone Main Street + r RICHMOND KYlliffi ffi I y I ffir D W TRI6BLE AUCTIONEER AND ESTATE AGENT t Your Business Solicited r Guaranteed Satisfaction tt ii RICHMOND KY iJ = v L CASH PRICE makes goods very low system SELL running Examine etc fc- v r 237 F7 REAL For Sale Nice lot on Fourth street 47x120 feet For narticalars call at this office rOc Lj you are In the piarket for fn ing do not pass Shackelford CoVs store as they havo the ard the Smcliiffence N NtRcelfrp1I11 cent up t El ders aSflcbSt jI Clean House TodayIDont wait until tomorrow but cleSn house today with Dr Caldwells lax live Pepsin Syrup Of course we mean your house of flesh and boneIyour body This is the best house you own and should get the best care Yet most people neglect it in a most dread ful manner As a result stomach liver anrt bowels soon get out of order and cause l reat pain distress and danger ous internal diseases The only safe sure cure is Dr CaldwellsByrup Pepsin It clears out all causes sickneEscnres constipation and indigestion cleans house and makes you well Try St sold by Perry Thomas at OOc and SI Money back if it falls apr B Luxon Bro have the nicest lot of timothy hay in Madison county Call on them when in need 28detf Catarrh Catarrh Catarrh All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of Bunsens Catarrh Cure to refund the money if it fails to cure any case of nasal catarrh catarrh- al deafnessor catarrh of the head no matter of how long standing One application gives ease and rest Contains no mercury or other injurious drug Bunsens Catarrh Cure is the only CF tarrh remedy sold on a positive guarantee No cure no pay price 50c TOUR OF ALL MEXICO Tour of all Mexico in Jauuaiy and February under escort of BeauCamp bell General Manager American Tour ft Association For rates datcs sleep jug enr reservation and full particu lars of itinerary address- A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati Ohio Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kipga New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes tin firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At EL C Stocktons drug store 25 cents Why dont you fonce ypur farm and keep your old cow athome Some vill say what fence must to buy Uncle PN uea tho Page Fence it ought to to yours Sold by J F Co- yDeBeIls Kidney Pills Are not recommended for everytMne but they will positively cure a series of diseases arising from disordered kid neys bladder and liver such as hack ache weak back diabetes inflamma tion of the bladder and all urinary troubles Regular size 25c ampI and phamphlet free lellinsr about ney troubles 1m FOR SALE A nice building lot o North street Apply to MrsH P Reid Let Everybody Work and the world would be more happy anti contented Just consider how much pain and trouble results in your body when your liver or stomach stop wording Happily you can soon get them to work again cure your pains and restore yourself to health and con tentment with Dr Caldwells lax Uvijj Syrap Pepsin Tryit Sold Perry Qhomas at SOc andl Money back if It jails apr Dp you want to sell your farm List with us We advertise it free 1 Rfchraorid Eel Eatate A jfency Eree peBells Kidney Pills edht thi4OMtAltdgtatnr8iM box o r- D itfiiy Iiil free Delay tn m t deh D BeIlV Xideey IiIw 1naMioOW iCo io C QhMo 1j biJSfcc i wood tar d y oaly k =LONG ClI1IET B qK J 4TWEJt Victim ojjj Aphonia Unable to SpeakI for Two Decades at Last Articulation and Is Happy 8moreshe has never spoken a word above a whisper Miss Mabel Penny formerly of South Brooklyn but now living here has completely recovered the use of her vocal cords ana now speaks with if perfect distinctness and freedom e Miss Penny herself as well her fam fly and friends regards the of her voice as an absolute miracle Dllrf ing the years of her enforced silence she had consulted many eminent spe cialists none of whom ollered her anyyhope of ever speaking aloud She was told by several of them that the vocal cords had become atrophied and that she could never alouti simply because the necessary mechant ism for producing sound was lacking f Miss Penny hat become almost reconciled to pass her life In silence About a fortnight ago Miss Penny had occasion to consult a physician in regard to a temporary illness and vis lied the office of Dr Richard Ellis Dr 0 Ellis who Is connected with the Equitable Life Assurance society noticed at once that the young woman spoke only in whispers and supposed that she had come to see him for a bad cold which J affected her voice After questioning the young woman he learned that she tiad suffered from aphonia since she vWsx years oldJDr Ellis chistory of the case and learned that the loss of voice resulted from an at tack of scarlet fever when Miss Pennye was a child Becoming physician asked permission to make aniexamination which the young readily granted Dr Ellis examined carefully and found the vocal cords fully developed and apparently In atnormal or nearly normal condition There is no reason In the world that you shouldnt talk just as much and just as loud as any other young woman the physician told Miss PennyIThe young woman then told him of the many vain efforts her family had made to have her voice restored and a the hopelessness of the case in the opinion of the specialists Dr Ellis still believed his diagnosis correct and told Miss Penny that he believed that if she would try to talk and keep on trying sho would soon recover the use her voice The physician then Instructed Miss Penny in the methods to pursue and before she left his office she had suc ceeded in producing sounds which convinced him that there was nothing wrong with the vocal cords Under the physicians instruction Mrs Banta Miss Pennys mother massaged her throat anti chest freely every day and the young woman made constant ef forts to speak aloud The recovery of Miss Pennys vof e was gradual and for a Iew days some s of her words and sentences had a broken disconnected effect but this only served to amuse and interest Miss Penny She became so enthusiastic in her new astirae of learning to talk that whenever she went out to walk she practiced speaking her thoughts aloud Many persons whom she met stopped and gazed doubtfully after her EATS 36 HARD BOILED EGGS Philadelphia Park Guard Begards This asa Mere Bagatelle Has Historic Career Philadelphla Pa William McCray a park guard who prides himself not a little on his gastronomic record wonI a fivedollar wager by eating 36 hard boiled eggs The feat was performed in Scdgley guard house McCrays record as a hearty eater dates back to 1S95 While the trolley car strike was in progress In that year park guards rarely had on apportunity to go to their homes at meal hours Hardboiled eggs as a convenient luncheon were on the dally bill of fare To every other guard the egg lunch eon was a hardship To McCray it be came a mere matter of pleasant train Ing for laurels to be won in later years His hardboiled capacity became well known and was never questioned until recentlyA guard expressed doubt the egg record and McCray showed what he could do McCraYwho is 63 years old has other records He is a fast runner and only last Thanksgiving day won a sevenmlle run in 58 minutes He ran from Forty second street and Bal timore avenue to Media 12 miles in two hours two years ago He has been a member of Company G First regi meat 35 years In which time he has never missed a drill inspection or presidential inauguration Important Omission Rev Louis Schmidt described as an evangelist comes forward with the statement that Adam was 14 feet tall and weighed 1400 pounds and Eve was 12 feet tall and weighed 1200 pounds It appears however that Rev Mr Schmidt has neglected either to measure or to weigh the apple The Correct Thing eclipseIplace at a time when the number of spots on Its face Is about the maxi nmum It li only human that in such circumstances the sun should wear a veil PEPPERS iNERVIGOR Tte world Kbalna men who ro agtG IIhnIea1 Beat ud nerrf fore i mon or ambition eDergi IlIIOn1mum She true rypo XpcrKtimanhoocL alti3IYCciCreH m s PrsttWn 3s ns fl4other rb3es trirorkciuikliurlnic lublu u 4 other cat ieLthySloog Mrf ri lf TM4 B mhuaUYIPooUowam BooklletmeIileefLdIDalolL Slxtor pesId 1rItII s Mee 0 reein4leaoeretobssIdPCTTtn IMMIML AMOCUTION 6HKAAC L A For sMe by E G Wines Fejeai Ylew x pbmctl14Ia11d1 aeri littlY tqTJi c bttariM Rf hitd jHirI ft kiii 1f tT t t i Cet1 a the SCOTTS Emulsion sa When you go toa drug store nd ask for Scotts Emulsion you know what you want the man knows you ought to have It Dont be surprised though you are offered odlseoutcul but dont Imagine you are getting cod liver oil when you go take them Every year for thirty ode ears weve been increasing TJNhyeen better than any substitute ont Send for free sample 4O9415 0rAGAIN ON THE STANDI nudgelix Feltners StoryNand Lexington Judge James Hargis of- ackson was again paced on the wit ness stand in his own behalf He was and crossexamined by C J Bronston for commonwealth Hargis failed to- xplain why he had given Felix Felt er a check for 1500 to be deposited n the Winchester bank or why he had written the rate of Interest at 8 in the note given him by Felix Feltner and changed it to 6 Judge Hargis was carried over the testimony given by his friend Felix Feltner and Inw many places he contradicted Feltner one of these instances being the date of his first acquaintance with the for ier circuit court clerk of Henry coun ty Feltner said he was called to Jack son ol Inrranging piwasHargis says he knew Feltner long be fore this He denied that the note for 1500 was secured from Felix Feltner in Cincinnati byn F French as sworn to by Sam Fields Mom Feltner Ruck Cottlngame and othersyTHE EQOlTABLE SOCIETYco Insurance Commissioner Prewitt Willal Go To New York To Investigate ML Sterling Insurance CommIs- sioners Prewltt of Kentucky and R E Folk of Missouri will go to Noww York in a few days to investigate affairs of the Equitable Life Assurance clocietythe company solvent but with other commissioners from various states it Isl10pecla decision may be reached to whereby the trouble now brewing in the company may be stopped ThreatsSof suits are being made by many pol- Icy holders In this state and the busl ness of the company is at a standCI dmnbBarbourvllleD1Irlng nue officers in tho moonshine districtQ of Eastern Kentucky Deputy States Marshal William Mayes and posse captured and destroyed a unique still The still was located at the head of Buck creek in Owsley county and the furnace and fixtures were concealed beneath the floors of a dwelling house The Madstone Applied Louisville W G Pruitt who was bitten on the hand by a 14yearold t shepherd dow and Wm M Ferguson of Bullltt county who was bitten by a horse called on Charles Hall of Ninth and Magazine streets to apply t his madstone to their wounds In eacho case there was relief from tne inflam mation and painstSuit Against Coal Companies Madisonvllle A M Harrison agent for the Kentucky state auditor enter ed suit here against the St Bernard Rennlcke Oakhlll and Crabtree coals companies for falling to correctly list their mine properties Tho value of the property is estimated at 10000 000 and taxes duo the state aro claim ed at 135000 Death of M R Bankston Faducah M R Bankston died of cancer of the stomach Realizing that he was failing Mr Bankston attemptI ed suicide recently by throat but was too weak for the ef fort to be successful and succeeded only in inflicting two slight flesh wounds ol either side of his throats the Missouri Pacific Railway St LouisI Iron Mountain ioulhcrn Ry Special low excursion rates from St jonis to Denver Colorado Portland reponLos Aneeles and Ian Franctco alifornia On sale certain dates in Vpril May June Jnly AU2alIl Sppt- 3U 00 to California tickets on sale tally to May 15th also from Sept 15th o Oct 31st Personally conducted Tourist Sleeping Cars from St Louis to San Francisco and Los Angeles without change Round trip Homeseekors Excursion rickets on pale every firet and third Tuesday of each month at greatly re laced rates to all points in Oklahoma and Indian Territories also to certain points in MiraOHri Arkansas Texas Kansas Colorado and New Mexico liberal fltopQV r privileges returnr limit of twentyone days For particulars address AA Gal lager D FA419 Walnut Stl Gibson louse Blde Chirinnjili O Bh ielrettlfC ran interest TOU by givilOM pmiao OB the American Steel TeacilL Smelnf Tbb tdrtmeilplfcarrlagfs fjaggies phf lns RHd wagons ever hjongIstto Rkshwond are nOw on df pIaTI the HKhMoirU C rri geWorV8 Mid ifyett will 411aM djei prices 0I- Itt imr ONM ailq ftfMlil Ko6k you i tiiyaiptIr f eJOre areRsctz4 WeastsL I1 111111W Examine out elegant display of Carriages Bupefes etc before making purchase We are ceiling vehicles at lowest possible Richmond Carriage Works S LtIidkitY Prop The American is the only horse high hop proof amI bull strong fence that is made Remember we are at theme old stand Smchtf D B Slmckelfojd Co F Great Slaughter bale We have purchased a big stock of clothing trom one of the best manu facturing firms In Cincinnati which contains mens and boys clothing and d pants and in order to sell them t quick we will otTer them at a great rgain less than the rrianntacturinsr price and everything in my line will in tin Fame proportion We have lot of boys knee pants nt 25c a pair one lot of hoys zaps at lOc etc Yours for bargains LOUISVILLE CHEAP STORE A Dobrowaky proprietor- No 9 First street 29mcli3ih Saved by Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city is saved by lyumriting a spare that the fire cant rOSA Sometimes a coughihangs on song you tee as if nothing but dyna ite would cure it Z T Gray of Cal loun Ga writes My wile had a ery aggravated rough which kept her wake nights Two physicians could ot help her so she took Dr Kings ew Discovery for consumption colds coughs which eased her cough her1Strictlylagrippe M Stocktons drugstore price 50c and lj gnarateed Trial bottle free Breed Your Mare to Farwood 16796 Standard and registered chestnut stal lion 1C hand high His breeding com bines two of the greatest horses the orld has ever produced Get a Nutwood and George Wilkes colt on your farm Nothing will pay you better Nutwood stands today the leading sire of the world for producing dams His sons and daughters have produced 1708 from 202 to 230 George Wilkes stands today the lead g sire of the world of producing res Hi sons and daughters have roduced 1800 from 201 to 230 Farwood by Nutwood dam Nora Wilkes dam of Nowood 2121 Nora wood 219 etc by George Willkes J II Creighton of Orchard Park Lexington sold last week a3iyearoli filly by Farwood for 1250 wo of his colts sold at New York last ear one for 5230 the other at S2S50 50 of his colts will be in this unty this spring See Robert Walker and book your mares 38 mares have ready been booked tor 1905 to this great horse 19aGt Cleaned Out When a deep cellar becomes filled ith heavy poisonous air it is never safe to go into it until it has been eaned out When your body has been poisoned with the foul residues of undigested food it is just as necessary clean it out To do this pleasantly and safely take Dr Caldwells laxative yrup Pepsin It in a pure scientific preparation which has no equal in the ure of constipation headache bilious ess and stomach trouble Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and SI Money ack if it fails The M B Parrish School of Phon- grapbv Hobson Building Latest instruction Positions uecured tor pupils tf A FAMILIAR FACE ThelUcencssot DR VTB CALDWELL appears on every package of DrE Caldwells as SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipa ion Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches nd Fevers Caused by Dnrel and Stomach dis Every genuine paCkage la distinguished by this trademark Your druggist will be glad o sell you either the Soc or 100 size Bring your old vehicleB4o us and KU will make them as good as new b repairing retiring and varnishing Prices on this class of work very rea RICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S t Midkiff Prop Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account cf the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey fe Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the me satisfaction it is mildly laxa live It contains nc opiates and ii safest for children and delicate persons lor sale by RC Stockton 19alm INDIGESTIONS RECORD The best remedy I can precrthe for your adigestion mutanl is Greens Augut Flower I know several other physlciaua who pre scribe it regularly Indigestion is majcinj ah awful record as a cause sudden deaths It IS big beartfnilure in its i harvest fYem read in the daily of healthy and evenobustmen being suddeslyattacked with acute indigestion a aJ andoflhcir dying in cases before a physicia could be called in lThis bould be a warning to you w suffer with regular at of indigestion these unfortunate tiais oJ acute iudigwiion had ta ismall doseofOreens Augtut Via fforeoraftartbe4rmetatheywo ihavefUel preytecoiJhMddcii AL J 1 the ilraJ I 0 iiil1r iJ L t f r ri c j s 1 f tLl s t it Your SpnltjC d I atW D O c III When you buy a Suit of us t so the the an is as as the of sun Is of our CALL ON great with us see new line of for this than more of Get Get low on See line we are etc I I a of shown the seen us call Death Death was writes Ralph F of Flade his fearful race as- a result of liver trouble and heart H eeose which had if sleep and of all interest of life I tried doctors and several but got no benefit until I began to use Bitters So won dertul was their in I felt like a new man and today I am ct red of all my at C Stocktons Price SOc ITii The was the grand at St Loaf you buy ft Bit what you are Co i wagon like yit M rJJj i t sirand we are iv of them to a most Si the Our slu cannot be equaled Tho ForolgLtic are the the variety great that wo can the most particular The Workmanship and other essentials embodied in our Clothes are only to bo in high rtest class of the They carry r Scdossetis the sign of the Bout for Gentlemen of tastoand dressyclean I you make will yield you a daily 11 of SATISFACTION dividend that cor setting the It impossible to make you realize through cold type the merits USsee the and earn how the advantage of trading Dont to our Silks Shirt Waist SuiuS This is our third im portation they are prettier ever and our low our prices Carpets the the elegant showing Our basement is chuck full of Carpets Mattings Rugs Druggets Linolenms Curtains Portiers 111 Try pair LA for 3 a of for Men are the most line of for and that in If you not a L Busy Bee Cash Store Outfitters Particular People Oldham Proprietors I Terrific Race with fastapproaching Tampa scribing with robbedme had different Electric that troubles Guaranteed R store Birdsell iJtiJShackelford tiffi going question The Styles Very Best tailoring Superiority Correct Clothes Superior is investnnnt that dividend Clothing BETTER garments is season them prices Lace Fine Shoes Lalies price Try Wnr Stratmans Fine uptodate Ladies Gentlemen is city hive them give to W D Co Fernandez death many medicines effect three drug prize quently when know buying show good looks found finest fail daya wagon FRANCE pair IIShoes These shoes footwear ceOld Shoes Rice a Gas Ric1flg t 4f f l11 sur signs ocm biS t Pff i 1 a happy life jjJ Ie Begin Right Book t with I Gas tp e w r ribblet oS s h11 t v IC42tS Ss7 SS SS S US S SSSIr 1d S s ssosssasassJ u Jr 1 1 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing COI Incorporated m i O CHENAULT President A D MILLER Editor Manager I PRICE UOO PER YEAR If AD CEIWEDNESDAY MAYS 1005 t DEMOCRATIC TICKETS For Representative R W MILLER ti InrantyJudgo eIN BTURPIN For County Attorney HCROOKE For Sheriff P B BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For Jailor BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WA ERS For Supt Public Schools 1 JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF PRESIDENT LOUIS LANDIUM of the Kentucky Editorial Association has appointed the following delegates from Kentucky to the convention of the National Editorial Association at Guthrie Okla in June W Q Adams Owensboro Inquirer James M Allen Cynthiana Democrat Swift Champ Paris News Thomas D Osborne Courier Journal II P Summers Smiths Grove Times Loving W alnes Elkton Progress Desha Breck inridge Lexington Herald John J Barry Newhaven Echo John G Pul iham Harrodsburg Herald and Daniel II3owmar Versailles Sun President La ml rum wilt in a few days ca- llnioIt a the executive Committee cf the Kentucky Press Association to make plans for the summer meeting of the Association After the conj vention of the National Association there will be a trip through California to Portland qre and home via Sat Lake City and Colorado THE Esnix HERALD has just post ed its second milestone on the road o journalism and it has proven itself newsyuptodatelitto sheet of which the citizens of Irvine and Estill coun b ty should feel justly proud We con qlate Editor White upon the sue rwhich his paper has met SIhhim a rich harvest yet t J Ncgieci colas make fat grave tiyards Dr Woods Norway Pint Syrnp helps men and women to a hare py vigorous old age Browers I at Lexington t f Summer Furhitur Most of yourjleisure time will be spenl4ijssummei t on the va iltj j or lawn Wiy not1ftS1i it com ofioltably n fartistica11y strongtjurniture h and some ed Goods in shellac and ble green finish and sSi9ntpo hFurniture I vfwitherecibak Our J prices are as Jpyrasgoods- offa like quality are sold I k ilty whereut erUTnell Vudor Porch 5 s and Hammocks I o c oJ 11c f AllersIIf your blood is thin and im pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly know Sarsaparillathe health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years A doctors medicine AyerSaTsapatifldoe In the worM for nerronsness j cure Is enouiISIRS coAllHIM ior Poor Health Laxative doses of Aycrs Pills eachnight greatly aid the Sarsaparilla A COMPANV is being organized in Chicago to play The Woggle Bug which will be a musical comedy that promises to tickle theatregoers next season It is claimed that during the show exactly what the Woggle Bug said will be told the public Resell of the Rcbtkah Contest AH on all former occasions of the kind the Grand Opera House was fillet to its utmost capacity on last Tuesday night that being the time for the an nual elocutionary and musicalcontest given by the Rebokah Lodge The vo ting contest for the most popular young lady caused a great deal of excitement and no little amount of speculation The diamond ring which WHS the prize In thIs race was won by Miss Mark Schilling whose votes numbered 1445 The other contestants who ran close wore Miss Anyje Engle 12CO and Miss Hazel Tuett C09 The following is a list of the winners In the regular con test Piano uetsus KcgS and Lovelace won first prize Misses Giunchigliani second prize Recitation by boy or girl under 14 years of age Mlsn Caroline Farley first prize Miss Duncan Foster second Vocal solo bv boy or girl under 14 years of ageMinI Frankie James first prize Miss Elizabeth Farley second Piano Solo Miss Not ma Ginnchig liaai first prize Miss Louise Ballard secondRecitation by young lady Miss May Bessief1Yoeul Duet Misses Lillian Camp bell and Ethel Barnett first prize Vocal solo by young lady Misp Ethel Barnett tint prize Miss Fannie Wilson second Beautiful Reception The open session and reception given by the Foreign Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church on last Friday afternoon was a pretty tribute to Mrs W H Dodge who for four years has been the president of the society The lecture room had been converted into a veritable flower gar den for the occasion and was darkened and lighted with electric lights and many candles in beautiful candelabra The loveliest of growing plants and cut flowers were need in profusion The open session consisted of a most inter esting program the subject of which was What we are doing in Japan and to which the various churches contrib uted The Christian church was rep resented by Mrs David Myers the Episcopal by Sirs M C Kellogg the Baptist by Mrs L P Evans the Meth odist by Mrs JW Crates the Fiiet Presbyterian by Mrs Wailer Bennett and the Second Presbyterian by Mrs E E Weaver All thepapers were most blv written and were much en JOVed hrthe largo crowd present At the conclusion of the program delightful refreshments of frappe cream sherbet and cakes were eeryed and the afternoon was a most pleasant one in every respe- ctimnascaH huad hives Itchlnes of the skin of any sort instantly re lieved permanently cured Doan Ointment At any drug store Deafness Caaiot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car There is only one way to cure deafliets and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused Ly an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of ilieIenstachlan tube When this tube is flamed you lavo a rumbling sound or impeded heirlnjr nd when it Is en tirely ileafnetB In the result anti unless the nflatam bon can bo taken utand this tube restored to its nor mal condition heariite will be destroyd ed forever Nine canes out of caused Catarrh jwhich is nothing but an Inflamed cotJ I of nrat ousorviceSI Hundred Dollars Qr amw CZFO Of deaf lCS8JauMd bYc i tbatcentipt Cl hails t lure S4etI t l b J y 5free iJ wiflatIon n m The parade will form prbinply and march over the following streets North ion Lancaster Avenue to Slain street East on Main to Second North on Second to Moberly Avenue West on Moberly Avenue to Fifth street South on Fifth to North street West on North street to Eighth street South on Eighth to Main and East on Maui to Gram1 Opera House where the religious exer cises will be held and to which the public is cordially invited It is the earnest desire of the Committee on Decorations that citizen especially those along the line of parade shall see to the mowing of their lawns clipping the grass along the pavement and street edge and to the decorationu of the homes All the city should be In cala attire but it is most earnestly requested that the homes along the line of march shall present a holiday and wel appearance Materials for de corations can be fonnd at RO jock tons drug store and at Govlngton and Arnolds Views Along the L A H R Smith general passengeragent of the L A is determined that time great outside world shall no longer be kept in ignorance of the superb scenery aIOlJ this truly beautiful line and id now arranging to publish some of the more handsome and Imposing views He has contracted for theprinting which will be on heavy enameled pa per in a lovely handmade cover Mr Smith in company with the photogra pher spent all day Sunday along the line with a special train to take the yiews The Pinnacle the highest point in Lee county will appear in the publication together with a view of the railroadand river from the Pinnacle Beattyville News Resolutions Aaopted by the First Presbyterian Church Richnoid Ky en the Resignation of the fostor Rev W h Deist D D Our beloved pastor having signified his desire to accept a call in a distant State and having asked this church to unite with him in requesting Transyva nia Presbytery to dissolve the exist ing relations which request has thi day been acceded to by this church the following resolutions were offered i 1 That this separation from our be loved pastor is to all the members a matter of deep regret Some four yeara ago he came to us in the spirit of the Master and in all his ministrations has manifested lila consecration to the service of the Lord Jesus Christ and his zeal for the promotion of His cause In our midst thereby securing the love andconfidence of our people 2 Nor is tins separation a source of regret to our people alone but in all other churches in our town and among those connected with no religious body The piety learning and eleva ted Christian character of Dr Dodge has given him a warm place in the hearts of all 3 That the loss to our community of this eminent and devoted servant ol God and his entire family will be fe t because they have been active and earnest in building tip the activity of the church its Sunday School and all public charities and in the home cir des of our people have comforted the sick and ihe distressed and the dying and those surviving whose friends kindred and brethren have gone to the other shore 4 That we commend our pastor Dr Dodge and his family to all wherever in the Providence of God they may cast their lot and pray that every blessing ijufollow them That these resolutions be enrolled on the records of the church and n copy sent to our pastor Adopted by the congregation of the First Presbyterian church of Rich mond Ky April 16 l00F J A HIGGINS Clerk Beautiful Tribute Since the late ExGovernor Eagle and his wife were bcth so wail known here the following clipping taken Iron Young People a religious paper published at Philadelphia will be read with much interest Mrs Eagle was be- Fore her marriage a Miss Oldham n sister to Mesdamea Will Miller and John Doty and was reared itf thlr countyThe late exGovernor Eagle of Ar kansas was for twelve years president of the Baptist Convention of that state a man with a young heart welcoming to the day of his death progressive ideas and methods and all the nov movements that gave promise of in creased efficiency of the young people in Christian work He was blessed with a noble and gifted wile who paused away about ayear previous to his OWl death In these days with the increasing Agitation of the divorce question and the nauseating details of domestic scandals the following extract from tribute to Mrs Eagle comes sweet and invigorating breeze Iron lone of a multitude of sweet hornet which give the lie to all besmirching representations of the Who could portray pessImistI her exalted character lug in her fidelity to what she conceiv ed to be right self denying and self sacrificing in her itevotion to the cause sho espoused gentle as the evening breeze pure as the snowflake tender at the smile of the rose firm us the gran ite hills as I thoughttupon thiise and many other virtues of the one who had made life so sweet to me I felt as OM of former yeare It is high I cannc t attain to it1 We had no secrets niii communicated fully and freely touch Ing all matters we almost kneW eacb others thoughts Neither of us claimed a privelege that tile other was not at liberty to enjoy Our companionship was close and constant After Vie hall gained an insight into one another way of thinking and seeing things ii was not difficult for one to know what he opinion of time other woald be touching any subject We isd grown together we bad largely ceased to be twain and had become one we had mar ned after Gods plan Thus lor twenty ne short years we lived together The ays and years were filled with domes tic happiness It seemed lat a etiort to me and yet it Hibraea4i whet KM to ne the Mppiet th jl Mofrt 1Slidaet BMWMe asd tbs iiais T wii tc ft j 111i 1 fW f r IJ iJ t 1I 1 Pcf ran LaW3S = be s t = sheer fabric we recommend for fine gowns and waists at J5j 25 39 and50c per yard Dotted Swisses in a big variety of styles French Lawns in white and colors Ladies PercaleI Wrappers trimmed over The which is now by been reduced in price to 10 15 and20c This needs no in or it sells on its own if merit The is in with the f o u u tJ to s t to the Stomach and Digestion and You Will Keep Well When there is an epidemic of germ disease and most diseases are caused by germs It is the person with a weak stomach who succumbs first People with healthy disgestion are ordinarily not subject to sickness and can throw off readily any ills ass germs that enter the system the stomach and diges tive organs with H Mi ona tablet be fore each meal and every atom of food taken into the stomaeh will be digested and assimilated and the whole digestive system made so healthy clean and sweet that there will be no chances for disease germs to breed Mr R E Turley has returned from New Mexico Mr J R Haselden spent Sunday with friends here Miss Tmiime Tribble has been visit lug in Lexington Mr Sim Hamilton of WisE llantown was here Court Day Mr Clyde Hart came down from Brush Creek last week to vote Mr E G Parrish of Paris spent Sunday with relatives here Mrs Nettle Bennett and children have returned from a visit to Irvine Mrs W II Potter of Gaffney S C are visiting her father W B Jones Dr Landman the Oculist will be at Hotel Glyndon Wednesday May 10th Miss Edna Moody of Kingston is visiting rand Mrs Dan Penning ton Mr D S Cobb of Cynthlana was here Sunday and was greeted by many old friends Miss Gertrude Rymcll spent Easter with Misses Bessie and Bertha Lear near Lancaster Col and Mrs J W and Mrs John Hooe Russell have been visiting in West Virginia Mrs J W Smith and little son Harvey havebeen visiting Mrs New ton Combs in Lexington Mr Will L Bybee came up last Friday to cast his vote In the Demo cratic Primary that day Mrs N Harris Gouchrr of Rich mond was the guest of Miss Rosa Miller Woodford Sun Uncle Dick Phelps has gone to Mad ison County to visit relatives and look after his Midway ClipperMrs R L Gentry Jr and little son of Nashville Tennessee are expected next week to visit Mrs A D J W Arnold and little son and Mrs Henry Jones left Monday morning for a visit to Ml Sterling relatives and friends Mrs Allen Bo of Richmond was here on Saturdayanll Sunday to spend Ester with her friend Miss Margaret Clayton Beattyville News Mrs B H Luxon and little daughter Mrs Mary Smith and Mrs Wile ham E Luxon left this morning for a visit to rejativcs in CbiUfcothe OhioMiss Minnie Dykes spent Saturday in Lexington The First Lieutenant will soon be presented there and Miss Dykes will take one of the leading partsMisses Alabama Botkin Bertha Jones Josie and Ferls Guy and 1res srs 01 Flynn Harry Tanner Will Dean and R in Miller spent Easter with Miss Bottle Shearer at Whit hall Madison countyWlnchestorD- emocrat Miss Evelyn Tullcy left Sunday for her homo at O she will make a short visit prior te beginning hrworkall missed by her many but their best wishes will be with her in her new home Miss Lucy Allen formerly superin tendent of ibe P A C Infirmary ar rives Sunday night to fill the vacancy caused by Miss Tulleys remova She will remain until a perm snout ntirf e can bo secured Miss Anonre ceived a hearty welcome from her friends Dr and Mrs Dodge left this morn lug for their new home atBanbrde Ga Ths splendid couple wilt be much missed hers in church and social circles and the re re t r gret Is felt over their however all wish beta muck success in their new field Mrs LG Barbqurof Louisville ame last wMMsravisIr to this her Old homp No sore pQpuhr JunUy ever left Richmond than time Harbours For years the xcaerable DrI G Barljour was profez or of mathematic t oidCemitral Umilvcrsttyar4 imen- ir mUylt91Ita aia pt 8 eatts Qr our rople Mrs J4 b1fJ ii IreeO1 4 e = ft Mr et Co r 0 c i t I OJ 1goodsLadies Silk Petticoats in blackand colors heavy quality fsilk with deep flounce and finishedwith tucks Most unusal value at Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats deep flounce with three small ruffles at in at Pattern carried ushas also Strengthen Caperton thursday prospects morning manyold departure If you suffer with pains or distress after eating headache belching of glides sour food a bad taste in the mouth dizziness pains in thp heart specks before the eyes and a general feeling ot despondency and weakness you should get well at once by strength piling the stomach with Mio na Just one small tablet out of a fifty cent box before eating and your digestive system will become so strong that you will DP the embodiment of good health and spirits and need fear uo germ dis eases Ask BL Middelton to show the guarantee under which hn soils Mio na it osts nothing unless it cures in town looking for a wagon dont fall to see the Birdsell wagon at D B Shackelford COB 8uichf t Hemp teed for 5ie Best cultivated hemp seen for Bile at lowest prices Gash or on time R M West Lancaster Ky uich2m Strain too Great Hundreds of Richmond Headers Find Dally Toil a Burden The1 hustle and worry of business menThe hard work and stooping of work menThe womans household cares Backache headache sideache Kidney troubles urinary troubles follow Samuel T Green retired farmer and feed dealer residing on Holt Avenue Mt Sterling Ky says Doans Kidney Pills were worth their weight in gold to me That is my opinion and the following are my reasons For a good many years I suffered with kidney trouble brought on I believe by straining myself at heavy lifting and hard work vhile on the farm The straightened made life anything but pleasant to me There was also a very annoying end distressing urinary diffi to be rood for kidney trouble and doc to rod a great deal hut without obtaining any noticeable benefit until I pro cured Doan Kidney Pills The change time first box made in my con diton was surprising and I continued the treatment by taking another when Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid cloltons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale by all dealers Price 50c FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United estates Remember the name Doand and take no other may Tits I desire to state thac I am intent for both the Chas A Stevens and Edward shirt waist suits Give me a call Mrs James Moores Hobson Building 99C 78= 20 N Ky of Low Prices for the latest and best styles of Coat Suits Jackets and Skirts Suits worth J 650 for 025 Stylish gincful and elegant Spring apparel for women Everything newI bright fresh and attractive that aIDe to us from the best maker in this land Prices were never lower They are surprisingly so considering that this is the height of the season Shirt Waist Dresses of soft finished Taffeta Silk graceful and new only 1250 Panama Suits Cheviot Aetetian Cloth and Mend Suiting charming in finish and styles at popular prices The seasons newest in Walking Skirts the best and most opportune bargains of the season More of those Shirt Waist Silks at 4uu and flOe Extraordinary values in the best silks the world ever pro qualities are hero in great variety Taffeta Suiting Silk beautiful color and designs Lustrous MfcBsaline Silk softrlchweave with beautiful shim mering finish 75c and SI Flack ann colored Taffetas Louisines Peau de Cyne at 50c New Weaves in Colored Dress Fabrics Every new and popular shade is represented in oar showing of fashionable Dress Fabrics This weeks low prices are of special interest New effects in checks New French Voiles very popular in all the staple shades SOc and st Panama Cloth Dress GooIs Special beautiful finish extremely desirable 54 inches wide black and colors Special price and S125 Fine Wash Fabrics The Individuality of the styles in dainty washable fabrics this season is truly wonderful so many new color ings and new weaves presenting an almost endless selecticn L Ky A Dollars Worthof Good I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciating pain says A HThurncs a well known coal operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until I began take ing FoleyM Kidney Cure then the re suit was surprising A few doses start ed the brickdustliCe substance and now Ihave no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man It has done me 1000 wortfi of good Foleys Kid- I nov Cure will cure every form of kid ney and bladder disease For sale by R C Stockton lOaltn jf We are still crowded and must make room for our e II Summer Stock This week we C Black Taffeta Coats at J1 former price 25 30 35 J9gore Skirls in w at J Easily worth 750 to 10 Panama Suits l Taffeta boa t colors at Worth from 25 to 30 J t y JtJ J J i A few Silk r t and Wool left re J of COST JI J i J ani Ky Irl t qIt Il Qyc a Silk One of springs most beautiful materials- in a wide range of coloring and exclusive patterns at SOc very sheer cobweb weave 25c and 35c This dainty fabric is shown in the del cate shades as Cream Champagne Par sifal Pink Blue Onion and Marine at only 50c per yar- dWhite Linen Cambric More of the 25c kind It is all linen full yard wide is fine that it compares well with time 50c goods 1000 yards just received White Mercerized Madras is this weeks leader in waistings beauti ful quality many different patterns and only 25c per yard Beautiful fig ured Swisses at only 25c per yard White Persian Lawn dainty and pret ty for fine dresses and waists 20 and See and Laces All over embroideries beautiful edges and inserting at savings that warrant buy ng for ail summer Vl and Net Laces for the summer gown at prices that make buying a pleasure Beautiful Shirt Waists Jap Silk Waists white and black India Artistic Ladies and Mrs J G Pendleton one of the most accomplished modistes in the State has charge of the Dressmaking and Ladies Tailoring Departments and is ready at ali times to give estimates on styles and tiouseau Hosiery Corsets Special Low Prices J Wm Buckley Calvin Taylor Co You will find us near McKees corner with a complete line of and Tin and work done on short notice Get our prices before buying a pump Prices on all goods W D Co Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half of mankind over sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlargement of prostate gland This is both pain ful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure ebouldbe taken at the first sign of danger an it corrects irregularities and hmai cured many old inent f thie disease Mr Rodney Burnett Rock Port Mo writes I suffered with en larged prostate gland and kidney trouble lor years and after taking two hottles of Foleys Kidney Cure I feel better than I have for twenty years al though I am now 91 years old For Sale by JLO Stockton JJalm t ncernlojr One of Our Best Known WomrrJ Montgomery Ala Advertiser the following notice of one of our prominent women which will be readwith interest Women oi time Home Mission Board of the Southern Methodist Church which adjourned after a six days ses lon in Montgomery yesterday are justly proud of their president Miss Belle H Ben lett of Richmond KT Miss Behtiet in probably the foremost woman iif the Southern Method iist Churchme is a woman of extraordinary attainments and is a fluent speaker as leHasa deep student Al thbWKli she demotes all of her time and eMr katQ of the Home M- isiomikacd seem has r fue time and again Co aeep4a s lary and although woman of more Luau cotafortabli M body prisidea4- m ikH 4i rJ fy A t J i ai ISilk Shirtwaist Patterns at 59 89 and 99c per yard Ceci Hans in a variety of colors greens blues and browns Cecilian has become one ot the most popular and of fabrics on account of its dust made with pointed yoke trimmed shoulders with fancy ruffle edged with II Inovelty braid belled back full flounce skirt fitted waist lining assorted colors patterns 99c IIcolorsReduced In PriceButterwick exclusively pattern introduction Richmond elsewhere Delineator carried connection pattern How Avoid Germ Diseases Strengthen PERSONAL Kyhospital IIJ IWhen royback nightI kidneysdisappeared orderladlee JL WATSONUpper Lexington Extraordinary Sale Womens Outer Wear Unparalled Handsome Mantailored Womens colorIngI Thousand Our Sale Continues i values AAEraveling ASpecial Walking 9ha Waistitsli- n blackand 1500 500 1500 handsome modeisin wiUbespld gardless Costumes tJjfEmbry and Co FnishersL ki MouseIineI Chiflbn0rgandie Silkeolienne Embroideries 5iTailoring Dressmaking Underwear Watson Lexington weii Buckley Hardware Stoves Tinware galvanized guaranteed BuckleyS IThe tjterprllilo1i4i4mhm nthifo Iixs 498 Novelty comfortable shedding qualities ffi j L N h DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c r We are still agents for the old and reliable Oliver Chilled Plow which needs no introduction as there is none LynchburganywhereWhy you can buy the genuine Oliverfor less money from ust Ware also head quarters fo- rPlows Collars Trace Chains Back Bands Double and Sin TigerI i Deering 60tooth in fact everthing the HarrowsIa ajjjikeiIQriLTOOPicture I Until further notice we will offer great reduc tions in all kins of Picture Frames Below are quoted pricestOne opening frame lOc TwoH 4IScThree 429c FourII I39cFive 449c Frames 69x20 69ctoi We also desire to call attention to the fact that we have injstock a complete line o- fCurtain StretchersWindow Shade Hangers 10c each Flexible Metallic Curtain 40cWetoo mentionjThe Racket Stroe I Suit Bratton Prop Main Street Richmond Ky w IIIIWall Paper Painting Paper Hanging W P BaxterFactory Agent for Frederick Beck Co Wall Paper and Decorations The largest and most complete selection ever shown Better larger and more artistic than army ever thown in Richmond Will take estimatesforwill bring them to you Remember that when you buy paper from me that you get the best work that can possibly he done That paper and borders are the same price J his is quite an Hem as thebordersame Superior Workmanship j W PEstMain St BaxterIRemember Paper and 1 T TEETHIN A 1ETHING POWOER jV W as Cholera Ufantttni- Wmhoca Dysentery and the t Bowel Troubles pi Children cf Jtny MSO Aids Digestion Rcgqlata the BowtbStrcnjth eMI the Child and MAItE5i TKKTHING EASY t MoWftherHesltatrrchlldp ItS fo miuHithaY dane by giving these pewdcisfNA Is slt 6Ivelland loklycOlinteractliMltl QVer tIflHI 1IIHHI ttltllVclllllkelf 0 Jl Vi iwVI The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY ST iho Climax Incorporated Printing CoI J O OHENAULT Preildent A D MILLER Editor Manager PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAYS 190 DEMOCRATIC TICKETD For Representative R W MILLER For Bounty Judge N BTURPIN Fill County Attorney K II CROOKE For Sheriff- P B BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For JailAr BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor I BOYD P WAUERS For Supt Pnblic Schools JOHN NOLANDt I For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF 13 PUESIDBST LOUIS LANDKAM of the Kentucky Editorial Association has appointed the following delegates from Kentucky to the convention of the National Editorial Association at Guthrie Okla in June W Q Adams Owensboro Inquirer James M Allen r Ovnthiana Democrat Swift Champ Paris News Thomas D Osborne Courier Journal H P Summers Smiths Grove Times Loving W GajnpsElkton Progress Desha Breclc Inrldge Lexington Herald John J Barry Newhaven Echo John G Pul liam Harrodsburg Karald and Daniel Bowmar Versailles Sun President Land rum will in a few days callat meeting of the executive Committee of the Kentucky Press Association to- 3 r make plans for the summer meeting of the Association After the con r 5 ventibn of the National Association there will be a trip through California to Portland Ore and home via Salt n Lake City and Colorado t 4 THE ESTILL HERALD has Just poet estone on the road rf3 proven itself ofI 0 P Tribble JJ SSSSeo ssa e sssss eesss s e a 4yersIf pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly know Sarsaparillathe health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years A doctors medicine yersSaraaparlflathe world for nervousness My cure Is l ermatl hInsJ toMIor Poor Health Laxative doses of Aycrs Pills each nlcht greatly aid tho Sarsaparilla A COMPANY is being organized in Chicago to play The Woggle Bug which will be a musical comedy that promises to tickle theatregoers nest season It is claimed that during the show exactly what the Woggle Bug said will be told the public Result ci tht Rebtkah Contest Aq on all former pccasionsof the kind the Grand Opera House was filled to its utmost capacity on last Tuesday night that being the time for the an nual elocutionary and musicalcontest given by the Rebekah Lodge The voting contest for the most popular young Indy caused a great deal of excitement specuatipnThein this race was won by Miss Marie Schilling whose votes numbered 1415 The other contestants who ran close were Miss Annie Engle 12CO and Mist Hazel Tuett 009 The following is a list of the winners in the regular con test Piano Duet Misses Hughes and Lovelace won first prize Missel Giuuchigliani second prize Recitation by boy or gir under 14 years of age Miss Caroline Farley first prize Miss Duncan Foster second Vocal solo bv boy or girl under 14 wears of ageMiss Frankie James first prize Miss Elizabeth Farley second Piano SoloMiss Norma Ginnchig liaai first prize Miss Louise Ballard I secondRecitation by young lady MissMay Wallace Ballard first prize Miss Bessie White second- Vocal Duet Misses Lillian Camp bell and Ethel Barnett first prize Vocal solo bv young ladydisi fffi Barnett first prize Miss Fannie ondj r j I I I i ig The line of Wbe8 fOIIQs dierent ftHnmfcilderjfee will as e blecitr the College Campus at 980 bm The parade will form prompl land march over the loltowiug streets North on Lancaster Avenue to Main street East On Main to Second North on Second to Moberly Avenue West on Moberly Avenue to Fifth street South oh Fifth to North street West on Nortl street to Eighth street South on Eighth to Main and East on Main to Grant Opera House where the religious exercises will be held and to which the publicis cordially invited It is the earnestdesire of the Com mittee on Decorations that citizenr especially those along the line of parade shall see to the mowing of their lawns clipping the grass along the pavement aud street edge and to the decoration of the homes All thtusity should be in gala attire but it is most earnestly re quested that the homes along the line of march shall present a holiday and wel coming appearance Materials for de corations can be found at R C Stock tons drug store and at Oovlncton and ArnoldsSViews Along the L A H B Smith general passengeragent of the L A is determined that the great outside world shall no longer be kept in ignorance of the superb scenery along this truly beautiful line and is now arranging to publish some of the more handsome and Imposing views He has contracted for the printing which will be on heavy enameled pa per in a lovely handmade cover Mr Smith in company with the photogra pher spent all day Sunday along the line with n special train to take the views The Pinnacle the highest point in Lee count will in blicationrailroad and river from the Pinnac1e1 BeattyvilLj News Resolutions Aoopted by the First Presbyterian Chnrch Richmond Ky on the Resig nation of the foster Rev W H Ucdff D DtOur beloved pastor having signified his desire to accept a call in a distant State and having asked this church to unite with hlmin requesting ransyva nia Presbytery to dissolve the exist ing relations which request has this day been acceded to by this church the following resolutions were offered 1 That this separation from our be loved pastor is to all the members a matter of deep regret Some four enra ago he came to us in the spirit of the Master and in alibis ministrations has manifested his consecration to the service of the Lord Jesus Christ and his zeal lor the promotion of His cause in our midst thereby securing the love and confidence of our people 2 Nor is this separation a source of regret to our people alone but in all other churches in our town and among those connected with no religious body The piety learning and eleva ted Christian character of Dr Dodge has given him a warm place in the hearts of all 3 That the loss to our community of this eminent and devoted servant of God and his entire family will be fet because they have been active and earnest in building up the activity of the church its Sunday School and all public charities and in the home circles of our people have comforted the sick and the distressed and the dying and those surviving whose friends kindred and brethren have gone to the other shore 4 That we commend our pastor Dr Dodge and his family to all wherever in the Providence of God they may cast their lot and pray that every blessing mav follow them That these resolutions be enrolled on the records of the church and a copy sent to our pastor Adopted by tIe congregation of the First Presbyterian church of Rich mond Ky April 1C 190- 5JAHIGGIN8 Clerk I BeantUal Tribute Since the late ExGovernor Eacle and his wife were both so well known here the following clipping taken from Young People a religious paper pub lished at Philadelphia will be read with much interest Mrs Eagle was be fire her marriage a Miss Oldham a sister to Mesdames Will Miller and John Doty and was reared in thif county SThe late exGovernor Eagle of Arkansas was for twelve years president of the Baptist Convention of that state welcominI e movements that gave promise of new in DeoplfoI paGsedIdeath In these days with the increasing agitation of the divorce question and the nauseating details of domestic indals the following extract from bib bute to Mrs Eagle cornea like a t and invigorating breeze from Hfvajmultitude of sweet home a e lie to all besmirching Dotations tif the pessimist Suldlportray the excellence of eil charact r Sellrenonl1c TUelitwtp what she conceit ltt Belfdenying and self ifiervuevotion to the cause gentle as thii evening tbesnowflake tender ab xJsesfirin as the gran igbtlupon these and oftiie nun who hai lmeIfult as ones hlghKcannlt no s r fs i e d frefl1Yjtouch- It kiiwcof SitiWfiB a InIons1lIjicIi iotlier lngsii l Wl a wn i i i colorsIFrench gowns in JOC a Ladies Percale IWrappers The Pattern which is now by us has been reduced in to 10 J5 and 20c needs no introduction in or it on its own is in the t lifJJj or r How to Germ Diseases Strengthen the Stomach and Digestion and You Will I Keep Wen When there is an epidemic of germ disease and most diseases are caused y germs it is the person with a weak stomach who succumbs first People with healthy disgestion are ordinarily not subject to sickness and cail throw off readily any dis use germs that enter the system Strengthen the stomach and diges ive organs with a Mi ona tablet before each meal and overy atom of food taken into the stomach will be digested andassimllated and the whole digestive system made so healthy clean and sweet that there will be no chance for disease germs to bre- edpERSOI4AL Mr R E Turley has returned from New Mexico Mr J n Haselden spent Sunday with friends here Miss Tillie Tribble has been visitS ing in Lexington Mr Sim Hamilton of Wisemantown was here Court Day Mr Clyde Hart came down from Brush Creek last week to vote Mr E G of Paris spent Sunday with relatives here Mrs Neale Bennett and children have returned from a visit to Irvine Mrs W R Potter of Gaftney S Care visiting her father W B Jones Dr Landman the Oculist will be at Hotel Glyndon Wednesday May 10th v ffisitington Mr D S Cobb of Cynthian was here Sunday and was greeted by many old friends Miss Gertrude Rymull spent Easter with Misses Bessie anti Bertha Lear near LancasterhCol and Mrs J W Caperton and Mrs John Hooe Russell have been visiting in West VirginiasMrs J W Smith antI Jittle son Harvey have been visiting Mrs Newton Combs in LexingtoncMr Will L Bybee cam up last Friday to cast his vote in the Demo cratic Primary that day Mrs N Harris Gouchor of Rich mond was the guest of Miss Rosa Miller thursday Woodford Sun Uncle Dick Phelps has gone to Mad ison County to visit relatives and look after his prospect Midway Clipper Mrs R L Gentry Jr and little son of Nashville Tennessee are ex pected next week to visit Mrs A D J W Arnold and little son and Mrs Henry Jones loft Monday morning for a visit to Mt Sterling relatives and friends Mrs Alleno Boggs of Richmond was here on Saturday and Sunday to spendEster with her friend Miss Margaret Clayton Beattyville News Mrs B H Luxon and little daughter Mrs Mary Smith and Mrs Will ham E Luxon left this morning for a visit to relatives in ChilHcotbe OhioSMiss Minnie Dykes spent Saturday in Lexington The First Lieutenant will soon bo presented there and Miss Dykes will take one of the leading parts Misses Alabama Botkin Bertha Jones Josle and Pens Guy and Mes srs Ol Flynn Harry Tanner Will Dean and Resin Miller spent Easier with Miss Bottle Shearer at Whit ball Madison county Winchester Democrat Miss Evelyn Tulley left Sunday morning for her home at Columbns Ohio whore she will make a short visit prior to beginning hpr work as superintendent of the Frankfort Ky hospital Tulle will be greatly missed by her many friends here bni their best wishes will be with her In her new home Miss Lucy Allen formerly supcrln tendent of the P A C Infirmary ar rives Sunday night to Jill the vacancy caused by Miss Tullpys removal he will remain until a permanent nurse can ba secured i1ss Allen re Reived a hearty welcome from her ninny old fritnds Dr and Mrs Dodgo Jef t this morn ing for tbeirnew home st C Ths splendid will be much niIssd bora iin church and socteircle and the le ngret ijfcItover their however lliisltV much jJHccess ia their l4t iur ii rMnievi- naI JMwtk fac viir to this be- rhe o oro family 5 l4fLcP0a thItIA tq xii rz I Ejbest raric J It spring and summer goods Every need canbts11pplied from our varied lines in wdmens wear goods this season are even Better than ever and our st9ck is larger and more complete Ladles Silk Petticoats in black and colors heavy quality of silk with deep flounce and finished with tucks Most unusal values at Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats eplIounce trimmed with three small ruffles at IIInoveltypatterns at 99c If you suffer with pains or distress after eating of cases sour food a bad taste in the mouth pains in the heart specks before the eyes and a general feeling ot and you should get well at once by ening the stomach with Mio na Just one small tablet ont of a fifty cent box before eating and your system will become so strong that you will be the of good health and spirits aDl need fear no germ dis eases Ask B L to show tho under which hn sells Mio na it costs nothing unless it cures D B t3os Sinchlf 5ctd for Sale Best hemp seen for sale at lowest prices Cash or on time It M West Ky 8mch2m too of Find Daily Toil a Burden The hustle and worry of then The nard work and of work womans cares troubles f Samuel T Green retired farmer and eed dealer on Holt Avenue Ky KId- ney Pills were worth their weight in gold tome That Is my opinion and the are my reasons For a good many years I suffered with kid ney trouble on I believe by myself at heavy lifting and ard work while on the farm The made life but to me There was also a very aono lnl anti diffi ultv at night toreda great deal but without obtain ing any benefit until I pro cireQ Deans Pills Time change the first box made in my con diton was and I the by taking another when more proof like this from people Call at B L Mid deltouB drug store and ask what his report For sale by all dealers Price SUe Co Buffalo N Y1 sole agents for the states time take no other may iBlts I desire to state that I am agent for both tho Chas A and Edward shirt Give me a call Mrs James iloores Hobson 99C inButterwick carried exclusively price This pattern Richmond elsewhere sells merit The Deliniator also carried connection with pattern Avoid Bainbrld1te- a BarbourDvJ headache belching dizziness despondency weakness strength digestive embodiment Middelton guarantee wagondontShackefford SHemp cultivated Lancaster Strain Great Hundreds Richmond Headers business stooping menThe household Backache headache sideachu Kidney urinary troubles ollowSresiding Sterling saysDoans following brought atraiuinsr myhackstraightened anything pleasant distressing urinary particularly observable supposedto noticeable Kidney surprising continued treatment kidneyslisappeared Plenty Richmond customers FosterMilburn United Remember nameIandand Stevens orderladieswaistsuits Building IIIIcolorsReduced PriceI J L WATSON 1820 N Upper Lexington Ky Extraordinary Sale of Womens Outer Wear Unparalled Low Prices for the latest and best styles of Coat SuiFs Jackets and Skirts Handsome Mantailored Suits worth 1650 for 1025 Stylish graceful and elegant Spring newlbriJthis land Prices were never lower They are surprisingly so considering that this is the height of the season Womens Shirt Waist Dresses of soft finished Taffeta Silk graceful and new only 1250 Panama Suits Cheviot Venetian Cloth and MenV Suiting charmingin finish and styles at popular prices The seasons newest in Walking Skirts the best and most opportune bargains of time season More of those Shirt Waist Silks- at 45o and roc Extraordinary vatuesI in the best silks the world cOlorln1ITaffeta Suiting Silk beautiful color and designs Lustrous Messaliue Silk soft rich weave with beautiful shim mering finish 75c and Plack ana colored Taffetas Louisines Peau do- Cyneat50c New Weaves in Colored Dress Fabrics Every new and popular shade is repre sented in our showing of fashionable Dress Fabrics This weeks low prices are of special interest New effects in checks New French Voiles very popular in all the staple shades COc and Panama Cloth Dress Goods Special beautiful finish extremely desirable 54 inches wide black and colors Special price 1 and S125 Fine Wash Fabrics Time individuality of the styles in dainty washable fabrics this season is truly wonderful so many new color ings and new weaves presenting an almost endless selection Watson Lexington Ky A Thousand Dollars Worth ol rl Good I have been afllicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciating pain says A HThurnes a well known coal operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until I began tak ing FolejH Kidney Cure then the re suit was surprising A few doses started tile brickdustlike substance and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like n new man It lias done me 1000 worth of good Foleya Kid nov Cure will cure every form of kid ney and bladder disease Forsale by R C Stockton 19alm Our Sale Continues S 1IWe are still crowded and must make room for our w Summer Stock tI J This week we offer exceptional values LA C Black Taffeta Eraveling Coats at former price 25 30 35 x j1 Special 199 ore Walking Skirts in all at JEasiIyworth 750 to 10 tJ Panama Sicilian and Taffeta Coat Suits and Silk Shirt Waist Suits blackand colors at jinOtth from 25 to 30 1500 500 J moo i 2 I SSA A fehadiiode1s in Silk fand Wool ftwilIb sold rtt ardIe of COST Coituoies ii1 jft v wofthirom ltlOt60 r Z Co1tI t L Hatters and Furnbirier J JLf f ct i 1 J J 7 j i f 0 VI c b r IIlJ- Silk Mouseline- One of springs most beautiful materials in a wide range of coloring and exclu sive patterns at SOc Chi0on0rgandie very sheer cobweb weave 25c and 35c Silkeolienne This dainty fabric is shown in the deli cate shades as Cream Champagne Pat sifal Pink Blue Onion and Marine at only 50c per yard White Linen Cambric More of the 25c kind It is all linen full yard wide is fine that it compares well with the 50c goods lOOOyards just received White Mercerized Madras is this weeks leader in waistings beauti ful quality many different patterns and only 25c per yard Beautiful JIg Swisses at only 25c per yard lured Persian Lawn dainty and pret fine dresses and waists 20 and 25c Embroideries and Lace All over embroideries beautiful edges and insertincs at savings that warrant buy ng for all summer Val and Net Laces for the summer gown at prices that make buying a pleasure Beautiful Shirt Waists Jap Silk Waists white awl black India Linen and Lawn Waists 1 to 5 Artistic Ladies Tailoring and Dressmaking Mrs J G Pendleton one of the most accomplished modistes in the State has charge of the Dressmaking and Ladies Tailoring Departments and is ready at all times to give estimates on styles and ttouseau Hosiery Underwear Corsets Special Low Prices j L colors Wra Buckley Calvin Taylor W D Buckley Co You will find us near McKees earlier with a complete line of Hardware Stoves and Tinware Tin and galvanized work done on short notice Get our pricesbefore buying a pump Prices guaranteed on all Roods W D Buckley Co Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half of mankind over sixty audIpainICure should be taken at the first sign irreguJarltielImany men of this RockIen- larged prostate glandand kidney trouble lor years and after taking two bottles of Foleya Kidney Cure I feel a1Inow years Sale by It 0 Stockton 19alm C accruing One pf Oar Best Known Werner The Montgomery Ala Advertiser contains the following notice of one of our prominent women which will be read with interest Women of theHome Mission Board of time Southern Methodist Church which adjourned after a six days ses sion in Montgomery yesterday are justly proud of their president Miss KyMissmost woman 0f the Southern Methodist Church SIte is sr woman of extra ordinary attainments and is a Opent speaker as wellu a deep student Al- thoughhshe devote all of her time And fiiMQllfordI iB to eo cpU aattary anti although a vroBinn of i rnre than comfortable means alma Mve Hbpr a1tr tc every et trpriM of her Hoard M3h ir etWly alfepreelfdent of that body of iTWMn id she presides i1I 4taity thM 1srae2 498 Silk Shirtwaist Patternscat 59 89 and 99c per yard Novelty Cecilians in a variety of colors greens blues and browns Cecilian has become one of the most popular and comfortable of fabrics on account of its dust shedding qualities J W J JW iDRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c t We are still agents for the old and reliable Oliver Chilled Plow which needs no introduction as there is none LynchburganywhereWhy you can buy genuineOlIver for less money from us t We are also head quarters fo- rPlows Collars Trace Chains Back Bands Double and Sin gle Trees Tornado Tiger and Hamilton Disc Harrows Deering 60tooth Harrowsi- n fact everthing the farmer needs Give t s acallte 8 t 8 DR Shockelord Co I Picture FlamesUntil further notice we will offer great reduc tions in all kins of Picture Frames Below are quoted prices One opening frame lOc Two Ii15cThree 529cFour Ie39cFive It49c Frames 69x20S 69ctoi We also desire to call attention to the fact that we have in stocka complete line o- fCurtain i Stretchers 1 Window Shade Hangers lOc each Flexible Metallic Curtain 40cWetoo mentionSThe RacketStroe- r Suit Bratton Prop Main Street Richmond Ky I Wall Paper Painting Paper HangingI W P BaxterFactory Agent for Frederick Beck Co Wall Paper and Decorations ItThe largest and most complete selection ever shown Better las ger and more artistic any ever thowifin Richmond Will take great pleasure in calling and showing them and making estimates for you or call at my residence on Main street A telephone caJltpaperfroznme t l paper and borders are the same price J his is quite an ilem ns rmost dealers charge you about four prices for border making the I border cost more than the pafer which is wrong and costs just the tsame Superior Workmanship t I W P t East Main St Te BaxterIRemember Paper and DR MOFFETTS I- TEEIHING POWDERS Cures Giitkra Infanlunii- Diarrhow Dysentery and the Bwd Troubles ol Children of Any Jig AIds Digestion Regulates Bowels Strength cw Child and MAKES TCKTHING EASY CsstsOilycat DrtggiJtslraiJ25c to aJ MirMT MStLeiS0M- otlvar no 1rbflttllItNtlr and life of oItlld thfHi hv fIfHI by tlOwdelslHINA Is IY dftlihiklyfHHHttct iHHI ever e summers ketuiKHit tkl eofi tren r 0 i Ti idL t 1ilI t Atii Opportunity In order to reduce our stock we will until anythinginour 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth JO to 15more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone ILfcxdueW fcaYTiaNfc VDorVs i PHONE 232e Peebles j tweet Rickory T Coffee i Crass Bros Ci SOLE AGENTS MAINSTdEET PHONE 1M The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 3 1905 for Bring or send your wool to 35 Deatherage nod recoive the highest market price 26Jp3tB Terrible plagues those itching pes tering diseases of tIle skn Put an for end to misery Doans Ointment cures At any drug store- Elsewhere in tills issue will be foundan interesting advertisement ofw J L Watson the popular Lexington merchant Read it and profit therebyI In order to secure all the wool In Madison county I will pay the highest son market price You will make money fn1 by sending or bringing your wool to me 20ap3t 13 Deatherage The cares of Easter and the cool weather of dogwood winter have gone Next on the program is warm weather and the Knights Templar Conclave May 24 and 25 Let us re mind you that we have fabrics suitable for both Call now and select your Ball Dress and Reception Dresses to White Gibson aterers to Her Majesty The American Lady is Estray Hoe Black sow weight about 200 pounds came to my place about two months ago Owner can have same by prov ing property and paying charges- J W Maupin of 3may4t Whites Station Ky of Handsome Windows Mr James P Tribble successor to the shoe firm of Crutcher d Tribble is having very handsome show windows S put in his establishment on Main street This will be a groat improvement and will enable Mr Tribble to better dis play his handsome stock Circuit Court is The Madison County Circuit Court convened Monday The Grand Jury is composed of the following men ill Dudley Tribble Foreman Rufus is Shearer Solon Taylor William Park W T Olds Sanford Oldham Rufus Powell Tames Noland U W Ballew W J Gooch and B S Tarrill A little life may be sacrificed to a sudden attack of croup it you dont have Dr Thomas Electric Oil on band for the emergencyCounty Court Madison Stock Yards report 900 cattle on the market with prices ranging from 2j to 4Jn- Auctioneer W P Prewilt reports the horse market as being unusually active He sold 11 horses at auction which brought from 3 tp SGG John Shearer sold a fine combined horse for S225 and a three year old horse for 130 Democratic City Primaryi The Democratic city primary held Fri lay resulted as follows MayorClarence E Woods Chief of Police J H Allman Councilmeii W S Oldham Richard MctveeTT Covington G W Gates J A Merehon Jennings Maupln t Police JudgeJennings Greenleaf City Attorney T H Collins Magistrate James Dykijs Constable L M Scrivner The entire ticket from Mayor down H composed of Richmonds represent tve men and Is most satisfactory to al concerned Wo feel sure that thollJI they should have opposition at the com ing November election they will win and the CLIMAX wjth others feel the citys affairs could be placed in no better hands SEASONAL SUGGESTIONS Acme Cement WallPlaster standard of the WOBLP Juxt as cheap as Inferior kindsMore sold than any halfdozen brands combined SPECIFY it in your CON TRACTS and your plastering will be EVERLASTING We have just received fresh Car of Lime White Northern Seed Oats Hay Shipstuffr Crushed Corn Letcher r i- fit LN depot4 Phone U q ns fro r Try one of Elders 750 Mens Suits 19a2t Telephone B H Tnxon and Bro economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf Bad blood and Indigestion are deadly piiemipR to good health Burdock Sitters destroys them If you have a farm ot SO to 140 acres sass let us know at once We have several buyers tor these sizes tf Richmond Real Estate Agency We have the price and the wagon not buy the Birdsell wagon when jou can get both D nVn c3lfod C Painful Accident The many frIends of Mr L T WIle were much grieved over the pain accident that befall him Monday afternoon while at work at the L S A Machine Shops While tanning the planer his right hand in some way became entangled and before the mt chinery could be stopped all of his fingers on that hand were cut off Med- Ical aid was summoned promptly and the wounded member was dressed after which Mr Wilson was removed his home on Estill Avenue Tim latest news from him is that though very nervous and suffering greatly bp doing as well as could be expected undo the circumstances This acci dent is deeply regretted by all and the Climax joins in with others in wishing Mr Wilson a speedy recovery A Dud of Trust The many friends here and elsewhere Mr J Stone Walker regret the hews his ill health and his financial In volvments In view of these facts he voluntarily executed a deed of trust to- Ur R E Tuner of this city and Col H Stone of Louisville and authorized them to reduce sufficient of Isis estate to cash to satisfy all debts due against him Mr Walker has long been recognized as one of our countys most prominent citizens and his estate estimated at from 160000 to 200 and there is no doubt but that he will be able to pay all of his creditors full and have a large estate left He interested in some large business concerns in Texas and new Mexico bnt these are not involved Mr Walker and his assignees are now looking after their business aJairs there About a month ago Mr Walker resigned as Presi dent of the State Bank i Trust Co which is one of the most solid institu tions in the State lion J A Sullivan was appointed lo fill this place while HB Hanger was made vice president There is no error whatever ir his transactions with the bank all accounts being square and correct His many friends regret his misfortune but are glad to hear that he will be more than able tomeet all indebtedness Resolutions Whereas In the providence of God ala own best judgment and the au thority of His church Dr W H Dodge s to remove from us to another field of labor Richmond Ky to Bainbridge- Ga be it 1 Resolved That we all join in wishing himself and family Godspeed iiid blessings abundant 2 That In his removal we consider that the Presbyterian church loses an efficient forceful preacher and faithful pastor the community a true servant end citizen and the ministry a frater nal associate 8 That we as ministers of Rich mood express our sincere regret at the toes of so congenial stud cooperative a fellowlaborer and the hope that in his new field of labor be may be fortunately situated and that the fruits ol his min istry may be manifold in the witvutloii and edification of those intrusted to his care and over whom he may exert his influence 4 That a copy of these resolutions be banded to Dr Dodge a copy be spread upon the minutes of the Ministerial Association of Richmond and a copy be handed to each of the local papers SignedG W Shepherd J W Crates r Committee for the Association Read This One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes ravel cures diabetes seminal emis lions weak and lame backs rlieuma tism and all irregularities of the kid noys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles inI children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt ofl One small bottle istwo months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure DrErnest W Hall sole manufacturer P P box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by alt druggists Smaytf Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 I rJ3 Vf Halt St Louse Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Hairs Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pomade when 1 begtm as lug it today I weigh 170 pounds iBd y Mv twentyttetft if211mr til iF ai BUYHATS Youmans Stetsons Pioneer the very best brands in the world and a very large assortment of the newest styles to select from Every hat fully guaranteed J 125 L50 2 250 3 350 4 5 w1 n J0 f t e i a 3 I Jullge City Hall rn a o c c Q to = a m 5 n o o T 3 1 Court house 22 62 3 2 67 39 43 17 8 24 H 20 63 l1D 161 155 37 22 2 6 10 161 143 75 i8 70 47 46 65 117 J30 43 58 57 63 105 3D 41 113 1a7 133 ll4 lS 11 5 8 11 149 61 69 58 37 31 118 55 3t 23 58 86 3S East End 60 71 121 129 72 50 14 53 I 123 107 4i 77 36 53 47 22 91 100 25 35 74 G3 56 189 359 4Di 368 119 50 12 502 419 246 237 154 161 412 136 142 170 223 292 rNext Mayor of Richmond Clarence E Woods brilliant victory for of Richmond in last Fridays primary election will bo gratifying news to his of throughout the State There is probably no better known mall in this Commonwealth than Mr who is congratulations over his splendid victory fotatu Bog Killer An exchange says the bugs are in full dress uniform awaiting the of the vines A way to kill potato bugs is to take two f about three long and i such thick Place the bug uteen them and come down on him hard We know small boy who paid 15c for this information to a firm in New York which advertised a ning Bug Killer for sale at the ridiculously low price of three nick els We glee to our readers now free and anv charge The Hessian fly is said to be reat damage wheat in J The Royal heal family Akm pawdeei imwlti Roya1 ITiJ 71i k f t Al 1t Ji g It to buyyour clothes early while assortments are large an tJ j t i sold best first you know Our big spring rush is onf ap as possible for their Easy to find just what your fancy calls ife size to matter whether you be or short fat or leanwe keep sizes igood tailor on the spot to make necessary suit must fit Pert We the famous handmade suits of fJl7 t F Weil and PeSSS fL firms whose stand at the very for fit style and good if theL have Splendid things to sho v you in Blue Serge Unfinished V other fine fabrics tailored height of fashion and priced in greatest 5 650 8 10 15 It wear and Belts r i groat teameach finest Hanan recognized world round finest without single exception newest spring styles WnlkO ersrrk world X350 classfinest leathers perfect fitting stylish shapes unequaled Official Vote April 1905 PoliceCityMayor Court University I am n io0 = Aom m 6214ls 13151University West End S56 Mr receiving wood a it to One of the Delegates Mr W Shackelford this city has been appointed by Governor Beckham to be one of the delegates from this State to the Southern Indus trial Parliament to held in City from the 23rd to 26th this month Thii Is an honor stowed Examination Examination for certificates will be held for white on the 3rd Friday and Saturday of May June July and August and for teachers on the 4th Fri day and Saturday of same All examinations will be held in the Court House and will begin promptly at 83U J War WAGERS A friud Relic Mr Geoffrey Morgan of this who is now England where he was called by the death ot his father has to Senator McCreary concern lug a highly relic in the form ol a silver It seems that a custom has prevailed in that country for a long time whereby a silver is present the on the birth of his fits son Mr Morgan Sr held this ofilce when his sore Mr Morgan now of was born hence received this handsome cradle from the municipality Since the death of his father the relic falls to Mr Morgan and his brother intended to it home with him until he found that the on such would amount to as much as it was worth and it was to ask for a in with relics that Mr wrote McCreary who immediately the matter to the house itles and used life influence the matter Mr Morgan will the home tvkh him iF ROYAL Baking powder Saves Health Baking Powder is essential to the thf z Hess the food Ye ftx baking ac Bakthg 1 T1iILE STOCKS III rJ outthe selections 1Ino tall any alteration every IEsell Rosenwald Kirsehbaum SteinBloch productions forefront wearing quality it Worsted Fancy Cheviots the the moderationi 1250 1820 HosieryFt iCOVINGTON of of of applicants CoSupt in connection in HANAN and WALKOVER SHOES Ifhese two lines constitute a shoe the its class s are the as the make for men a we show the the in the and 84 lasts and for wear f bSoltA Primary Election 28 Council House CE A dm toaurPRECINCTS 56 rG 0 m 16 H 5 a4fi Di 10885 0098 51 Total 7 2132 2i6 32 ill Woods Mayor legion friends Woods hearty potato irrival quick blocks inches potato Light Potato without doing Nebraska fit Rhodes be justly he Teachers county teachers colored months Rigbly county written prized cradle cradle ed Mayor Harry Whites Station he Harry bring duty rebate Morgan Senatoi custom author bring cradle use of of TBeiiteUi food j pays go Washington of all ad aC referred All Orrr Now The Federal Court adjourned last Thursday after a three days session Ollie Oulberson the 12yearold boy from Winchester who was tried for rifling the US mail was sentenced to three years in the Reform School The moonshiners who were tried were given jail and penitentiary sentences Ctdllan Cob Notes One of the most delightful meetings the Cecilian Club has ever had was held last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs U W PickeU who was also the leader of the program the subject being Woman in Music The roll call was answered with current events concerning woman musicians and was both profitable and enjoyable The program which was especially prepared by the leader began with a paper entitled Living Leaders by MrsW S Oldham taking the following as such V ocalI lets Nordlcaj pianists Ziesler violinists Jackson composers Chamiuade and conservatory work Miss Bauer This began the program which was as fol lows Song Just a Wearying for You Bout Miss Kate Smith Witches Dance Paganini Mrs R R Burnam Loves Awakening Lisz Mrs W G White The Flatterer Chamiuade Mrs A D Miller Air de Ballet Chatninade Mrs Akers Air de Ballet Chaminade Mies Mary D Pickels Song Through the Mists Vani ah Miss Laura Bright Creole Love Song Mrs Moncrralh lrsR R Iturnam The program closed with a debate subject of which was Woman vs Man in Music On the woman side were Mesdames R R Bnrnatn and T J Smith Jr and Miss Helen Bennett and on the opposite side were Mesdanies M C Kellogg Neale Bennett and Hugh McLellan This debate proved a most enjoyable feature and a pleasant departure from the regular Club discussion Mrs Pickels prepared a guessing contest for her guests by exhibiting the f ctures of nineteen prominent wtlss4it isiusiciacs At the dose it was fo IftJjAFth Club prize was won by LEtriKellogg and the guests prlet41Y G White of Louisville a y A delicious lunch i wia airatoca chips beatten blscutivMMMiwk ks hot coffee olives and ji bifci eared the JOftEUjS congratulaitfijijiji tBfshower ed uO the leadej fitra1 kels tur lies splendid pkgrar Amoftjc the greet JfrilHpirl wire Mrs WG White rtriljplCn was formerly a member 4flirli eli its first president t toil her hearers with a poisitkm from Lists raalt i exitiYlti wsaa gave ekseet eintar ab weeli a e1t flu faettb se A111ed inch unlltr the std location teati i by taf t ytiituRI Manufactured by Home Men The Fumigator of which we print the cut below is manutactured by Messrs H S and G Morgan and the following notice taken fromhThe Western World published at Denver Colorado shows how well it is thought of by poultry raisers The Peerless Poultry and Animal Fumigator manufactured by H Sand G Morgan Whites Station Kyisa simple contrivance that will prove a boon to every poultryman It is a boxlike affair constructed in sizes holding train one tj ten fowls The fowls are placed upon their sides in the Fumigator the legs are quickly lastered by a simple device and the heeds are held on the outside by means of a sliding door on which is a secure fastener A small snlphoKermicidi cartridge is then ignited and placed in a tin receptacle after which the lid is closed down and the vermin begin to die The editor of the World gave the machine a fair test recently and there is as much difference between using the ordinary insect powder and this machine as there is between night and day A fowl was selected that was un usually well supplied with vermin After being subjected to the fumes for five minutes not a live insect could be found but plenty of dead ones were insight It does its work well is easy to operate and should bei m the possession of every fancier who ships jade birds After securing the machine the cost of fumigating Jack bled is a fraction of a cent making It one of the cheapest vermin destroyers oh the market Once used the breeder would not be without it Owners JI fine doss will tied it especially valuable in destroy loft lice and fleas Everyone shoal investigate this Tlieifira sends pat a neat bides for the asking We can recommend the maitdne as befnf effective iafte workings I1rT S air and MK K t lgder r over theerrivMe4bi on April 26U j 11w Will 3b t t2 l m Tuberose Gladiolus BANKS tlIlJJlllbs i vo I V6 A supply of cut flowers always on hand and special attention given to funeral designs a fThe Florist l I Albert i- PThoseThose desiring cultivated hemp seed should call on or address R M Ross Kirksville Ky 29mchot Will Interest Many Every person should know that good health is impossible if the kidneys are deranund Foleys Kidney Cure will curt kidney and bladder in every form and will build up and strengthen these organs so they will perform their functions properly No danger ot Brichts disease or diabetes if Foleys Kidney Cure is taken iti time For sale by R 0 Stockton IDalm For Sale 300 blue grass farms by Richmond Real Estate Agency U l l All vehicles and work turned out by us is guaranteed to be as repre sented It is our constant endeavor to please our patrons and we have long since found out to do this wo must bo hone t in our dealings and sell good JoIII11 at reasonable prices Give usa call and we will convince you that our goods are tbe best and our prices the cheapestRICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS sL Midkiff propietor Why buy an off brand wagon when you can buy a Rirdsell wagon for the same money at D B Shackelford Cos Smchtf Who sells the American Steel Fence It can ho found at D B Shnckelford ds Cos and the price is lower than ever Smchtf 5and6t Spring Catarrh Changeable Weather Causes Disease i Breathe Ilyomei and Cure Catarrh The changeable weather of f coldis n in the number of rII is now thatItr anteef1 ro J1wU sfln Wfa i f have bck J And contniv these sufferers ktheir climatic iufljTions we Hyomei a method by which pure fr impreguated with Natures own nil dies fur the cure of catarrh can to ii haled by every sulFerer in his or lcr home Breathed through the in it pocket inhaler that comes with eve y outfit its healing volatile antisei e fragrance reaches the lungs and r passages as no stomach dosing pose can do It gives immediate relief a d makes lasting cures The complete outfit consisting of iieinhaler medicine dropper and bone of Hyomei costs only otiedollnr 1 I extra bottles of Ilyomei if needed be procured for fifty cents Proof that the Hyotnei treatnl will do all that is claimed for it j winiiIto pay back the price lithe purchlll lan say that Ilyomei has not given s t isfaction 1 DENTAL STJEGSR tn 1ae0 Qn Qt DUTZT OP LOUISVILLE KY 9Offlce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 8 to 121 to D0V171r vM BlantonIz DENTIST xrOtce In Bennett Building ijanly TELEPHONE 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 anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this linens We will save you money New Carriage Works Newby Ky HAVE YOU TRIED OUR S 1 Matai Asn JellieD Dal 5 iMountainVMiRe of its suptrior burning qualities is the omsLAMitrvJellIoi Coal produces for either 5 ove or Furnace 2 ie that all your worry over ae e 1 yville Goal co F D R Freeman Mgr rj84 1Yards Aspen ave S t t ttttL tt C JL Taylor has everything the farmer needs forhisrA H L fir XGKSON ROBERTS ATTOBNBT8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW RIOHMQND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office erI erry iiThomas drac store 1t N Large5tV MinlEth Red Cob Whit Oet The hrrcst yieldirc and moat satltJactory large white Corn offered GOLDEN KINGThe best early large jxllow PuU stocks ol o wperior orts Write for list and prices and improve your CropS BLUE RIBBON SEEDS Are always the most economical to na SOUL LOtll ISOt Lats ntst1Vegtabe and Flower Seeds Alfalfa Rape Grass and Clortr Scedt Serf Potatoes Cow Peas Soy Beans Millet So rgbum etc- DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmei- LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ii I jr SpringStyles Spring is here and the time for genera decorating Nothing helps the appear ance of a room more than fresh pape and a new coat of paint or varnish Thats what we want to tell you about Our stock is complete We have uev ideas galore In all the world you cant find better or more beau- tifulPAPER than we are carrying this season Then too we employ skilled workmen and that means as much as merely selecliiij pretty paper One beauty about our superb stock is that of low prices WeI want you to come and see us sate our line and we will promise yoi that we have the tho goods and the proper styles We also handle all kind of Window Shades and fixtures Picture Oils Varnishes Paints etc Give us- a call 6 M Willging West Main Street RICHMOND KY t We want a picture of your Home to appear in our Book History of Richmond and Madison county USE MARKS STIX CINCINNATI J- rBOOtsShoes Rubbers Best Salesman E C BOGUS a oana pit i Diamonds Watches Qocks Cutglass tandV of very description These are some of the V thingstobefoundatLauoaJewelry watch or cloct refuse to RO take them toLanehe r will fix them If your ring neads resetting takis it to Lanes hell too If you want anythini that V can be found a first class Jewelry eetablishraetat RO n to Lanes He ia well fixed in these kind of articles JL E4Lanec H gleweler and Optician y te will llL JMt a spm to t1 p m jb ain NO 3 wfll- from artjT pandVeraaiIle at1atl ftr present lOlm oIt Train No I will leave Bkhinon at skep G30a m arriving at tYhl M8O Beattyville at OO3 lel1y fHGaHyvilllJa 1000 and ale at BeR yvilte tion atlft20 m in tllnEf9r cOTipec tlon with the4Efoti4icksSlii jloes Train TSTa 0 will leaf Beaftyyille Junction at 1030 a nt arriving at to md Richmond at 130 p m iiavinpat 135 p in for Versailles aiiyinlatterp- oint tt at 35 p m rnshitg cl cue necjion NicholnsviHe and lIall1es for traius for Lexington and CIncill catl and Shelbyviliedndi LouisvIlle And Sunday service willMie inangnrated 13 first Sunday in rune Schedule will la bo announced later fcna M HACXKR Agent is The approach of spring ujidsuustln better condition than ver leorefin serve the people ot Mindison and ad- Joining counties During the past year nit outS warerooms have been enlarged and arefIJledwith the nicest and most complete line of Carriages Buggies Depot Wagons Pheatons otct yerj placed on display in any cityinCeh tral Kentucky Our wagons range in prices from 33 to 130 buggies 200 Depot wagons and Carriages 130DI to 325 If it is yol1r intention to purchase a vehicle of any description you should take advantage nftllae 5n stock now on display at our shopsjanjl it call at once and examine these goods and get our prices BICHMOSD CAKUIACE WOEKS S L MidkifT Prop A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towardsjhe heart causing deathJ R Stearnr Belle Plain Minn writes that a friend dreadfu his hand which tlensheated the wound and saved his lite Best in the world for burns and sores 2oc at R C Stocktons drug store Dt OLD JOEWHISKY Hand made Sour Mash il Every drop guaran teed to be pnre It is of old style manu lBRTTERcan be for medicinal purtposes You want the- best Furnished Strictly to Fathilyiade lOvear old injngs4t0 per gallon 10 bottles S5 5II iuKS2rC 5I Ii bottles 3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe DistflferyI novlyr Anderson county KyI SOLD BY M Fi ffiulg1t If girstStreetfe c DR LANDMAN 2Hotel Glynclon Wednesday May 10 1905 LOW RADESt From Richmond via Southern Railway Effective March ttcJJiayVs California points Portland Orc Tacoma Wash Seattle Vashfl10 Spokane WashS60 fUtah Helena Montana Unite Montana37iOB- LUIngs MontSZ10 One way tickets will lie on sale daily from March 1st to May ISat the above rates via the Southern railway and correspondingly low rateswill be mado to other points Inthe Wosl and Northwest For maps folders and complete Information call on your local agent or address T W CREWS TfrA Lexlngtpn Ky C H HUNGERFOhb D P A Louisville Ky J Jc Mo G B ALLEN 4 43 P ASt Louis TH- EOREA3T FAMISMEDIGINE 11- rtTheforde coees nearer cjrihre system and keeping tho bod ih fi1t- any ineflicina made Jt i i Trara read in iajr picrgewty to treat nilmcntg that urs in family audi ti iudigt i iionness colais bd- l etomacli aches tI Thedforjs mt- Mard3evcrfajflng tneVo- machiowcj iit faitd kIbir 31 keuM f the I tic ils hici itkesgodfonhi1di so IrqiienUy anmtti- edcMcr Mtislor iJu A t ainebcine wtll ostinidceAdyaJla a3dircctedtriqi ti Si15oM iiis ii Ict1r fur flo yr s aa Wtwn of a dno nod 2Ifjl lii dS- i We syi p 4 fl ln iibeas9 xi fttflW- a i TORKTIME most women isa term of serious thought sweet anticipation the cessation Of3necessary t 0 childbirth- Ibera comes calm nerves IUd recnperalioa MOTHERS FRIEND diminish the p1lnaccom1l3t1yiltg- inatemity With its irs can an sweet dispositioned ideal1abiesmtothewotld Morning sicknesS sore breasts and ex pains by the gradually- xpanding Irelieved by thensiareand liniment 4Anong the aids to childbirth Store ilttotfaer s Friend has grownmpopularli1 fine gained a prestige among women well as r it welcomed the mansion as well as In the cabinaDthemothers of mind order dimithshingpain a beautiful influence the child and instead of peevish illlenipcred dskld forms you laughing humanity remain ever to ou and its country- AUDrUgcliUttUMolhefaPriendattiX Write for our 6BADFIELD REGULATOR Ailwit fct Kentucky Intelligence I 1210 AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT 200 Man Fatally Hurt and Two Oth 412 ers Seriously InJuredU1 Frankfort A heavy lutto car ilriV 622 by Emerson Cochran ot Lexington Speed exceeding 40 miles an hout 720 irashod into a telephone pole on the Frankfort and Lexington turnpike The car had five occupants LwU Combs who occupied a seat with 430 Cochran sustained a fracture of the lluill ned received internal Injuries A Which will prove fatal James JDoylO State register of lands was knocked unconscious and severely cut about the face and head Ed Kearney was and tendered unconscious and severely Cochran John Combs and pain Jaubcrt were uninjured except coal a severe shaking up being thrown some distance into a field The aCCl dent was the result of a race with fid ing other car driven by Will F tfuir also Lexington and a wellknown racing ed UUtomobilisL and A DRAMATIC SCENES me Im Not Guilty Says Judge Hafgls To the Jury IL Lexington At tho closo of Judge iit testimony he asked the court 0 allow him to make a statement to jury His counsel objected but He court allowed the statement Rais- Ing himself to full length Hargis faced tho jury and dramatically exclaimed as ho pointed to his wife and daughter ty sitting near I just want to say to these 12 men that I am not guilty of this charge and If I were I would nev ary or again ask that woman to call me for husband or that child to call me fa thor Attorneys for the state Instant ly objected and the court excluded the statement from tho jury except that part in which he said ho was not fcd BulHy LOWERED THE WIRES A Bby IntedT See Some Unfortun iiate Electrocuted Louisville Eugene Fisher a boy was arraigned in the police court for as lowering and extinguishing an arc tamp in the street with tho expectation that some due Inithe darkness would tome In contact with It and ho electrocuted HVwas fined 10 and placed under J10C bond for three months Young Fisher acknowledged that hu and several companions waited to see some one run into the lamp Will Address Kentucky State BartLouisville Goy Joseph W oftMiBBouri will be the principal at the annual meeting of the State Bar association to be held June 22 in Cbv ingtqn RA McDowell secretary ot tiijaL association received a from the private secretary of GovJ Folk accepting the Mrs UenavCtark i Ixaulsville Mratena Clark widow ot Charles Jefferson Clark and nlooe of the lath Mayot CharJea D of this city died in New York Her husband mad afortune in South African mines and dTe l several years age The body of Mrs Clark will bo burled bere v New Freight Depot at Ashland Ashland Tho CHesapeake Ohio will construct aBew iOOOOO freight depot The company has options on considerable prapertyyJiere aud will shortly close OiSSleal Tho depot will be accessible tpeAshand Coal and Iron railroad anilthe Ashland Tug River Co M MiarrledBy Telegraphe Bowling Oretisrary C 8iauhte- robig city and James Murrell sin nf fleer at Ft Mackenzie Wyo although Separated by several thousand miles were ntarried through the medium of the Western Union telegraph A min ister was at each end of the hUb Berea College Case Continue- dFranktortOn request of Attorney John G Carlisle of New York the ap pellate court continued to the next September term the Berear college case Involving the constitutionality of the Day legislative act prohibiting coeducation of the races An Excess of Assets Bowling Green James E and Wil jlam J Porter owners of the recently asslpned bank of P J Potters reported their assets tit 1010400 The debts of the Institution wlji not Siount to more than 1050006 frrinct pyy due depositors 1 WithOiHand LouIgvlleWJB McCarn are bricklayer fellfowrjit i aa tjie cult of tho coilapseoiInd WIth one hand ho gaspedmIlzl4crcpcan- tVilcscsniled atighted In niW4shnd wLs tnhtirt Old ConfederwtaJt- qndCHi Henry ijceeipccted hLhly citfzeix aujaifu d1er died at hl boni ford Ift Ibis county st te a 1 110 crverl hiugi tb jboie ad was at Vlcksbsrg d itattIes mt a ftw 4i n nkerclaadlacj 1e2tE rht piaikjpijeyerc Damage 8y Storrn- lise A hoaf rain aiic ii flh1 this t0 tvspfloic iJJiihaji t iereo gsiiL4 rue paub at desire to say that I am asent for Charles A Stevens Great Style of Chicago Everything in ladies custommade cloth suits sill and mohair shirt waist suits and skirts and styles shoMrn beforu you A perfect fit assured and satisfaction guaranteedMrs A is Hobson BuildingOiD L1N1 Tim Talk on Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox 1210pmp m vlllc EX1ess south bound No2 Knoxville CInnatt p m Express north bound 205pm No Knoxville n cinnatl bound 415 ama m Express north No l tfnoxvllle Cinnati take p m Eipreei south bound 1150pm- No Call 10 Stanford and Stay a m villa Accm north bound 522 a m No 11 Stanford and Mays Agent p m rule Ac m soUth bound 725 pm No 25 Richmond and ROy land Accm south bound 820 m =No 2o Richmond and Stan p m ford north o11ndof Thousand Dollars Worthof our amGoodness I have been afflicted with kidney ber bladder trouble for years passing one gravel or stones with excruciating says A HTmirnes a well known operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until I began tak Foleys Kidney Cure then the result was surprising A few closes start the brickdustlike substance and now I have no pain across my kidneys I feel like a newman It has done 1000 worth of good Foleys Kid ney Cure will cure every form of kid ney and bladder disease For sale by C Stockton lOalm HARGIS ON THE STAND Makes a Sweepihg Denial of All the Charges Against Him Lexington James Hargis the coun judge of Breathitt county took the stand In his own behalf in the trial here and made a flat denial of avOc statement made by the AViincSsoa the commonwealth which in anyway connected him with the assassination of James Cockrill He said that he had no reason for = wanting to see Cockrlll dead as claims by the witnesses fts he did not fear any harm at the hands 5l COck rill He admitted that he was lidt friendly to Cockrill and said they had not spoken for several months He said that he had no illfeeling toward Jim Cockrill because Tom Cock rill had killed his brother Ben Harris he had understood that Jim Cock rUt regretted that killing as much as fny one lIe said however that hodTd entertain a bad feeling for Toni Cock rill and that it was just as bitter at the present time as when his brother Ben Hargis was first killed Hargis was crossexamined by Attor hey Charles J Uroughton who hada prosecuted him in the Marcum damage at Winchester and the 3amlnac Ion was even more severe than on former trial iJiiring the crossexamination Judg jIfHargis memory was very faulty frequently Attorney Bronston had to appeal to tho court to require the wit to tell what he know and not tell suppositions and what he natural Iy did under any certain circumstances KENTUCKY COLLEGE Another Attempt Made To Burn tfte LYStructulel GcorgetownLFohIo4ng the recent attempt to burn Rucker hall the girls department of Kentucky college hero a similar attempt to fire the old semiJnary the name given the boys do partment has caused consternation The attempt was made when a flffi was started in the basement of the boys building immedlatey under the dining room while the boys were at breakfast Volumes of smokj pouring out pf the basement gav notice of the fire and membersof the faculty with some of the boys entered and put out the blaze A careful investiga tion disclosed that hay had been heaped up to within four feet of the rafters of the dining room floor just overhead and the wooden rafters themselves saturated with coal oil The hay had been set on fire and only the prompt arrival of help had saved th3 build- Ing from destruction perhaps with considerable loss of life A Tragedy In Floyd County BnrbourviIle neports of a bloody fight In Floyd county have just been received here In the melee Kit Sloan shot Joe Maggard three times and kill ed him Sloan received two Hhbts at the hands of laggard and is said to have been fatally wounded A man named Combs was sjlghtly wounded The men are said to have been Intoxi IDScaledt Alleged Forgery Louisville Unknown individuals by forging the name of Mrs JosluArnett who conducts a general stprejtat Hen dricks in Jlagoffla county tf mer chandise worth thousands from LpuIS vile Cincinnati Milwaukee iuid pes Moinea Java firms Thercasi will bo investigated by the iostaf aulbor- itlWatchForIt Ie J It will ipsy y045jowatlth for the v err- Myst ayp4igacxi liver roiible fciwi tt p t N ttlitro ble iirow i ail1n h1pMk1I1 kIng Jr ldweIla 1Ip Yapi rn 0thiug i tuon wekeada r tiIMS chronU dapps and till ijn cw pit caOll5 Nothing win e it Isk Jy ftftptktijr n4 J wlj ppaln Kyrnp BoW ty 9fif fypjtmx t SOe indfl MaB 3rb ckifltjMi tpr z thre at Us ZEsJen- tst or the si EdW aid ftir9fiUIIl1 Oop1y Ml order adii watine d a ilk rt W5i5I aoi44ia Y 1l- N i r J a Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of- Marble and E Granite ever in Richmond Trade at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices tiolden Flora East Main Street Louisville an dthNashville RR prepared to quote you rates to Any sell throngt tickets and check Baggage Secure sleeping space have Oneway tickets on sale daily Jxcnrson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets Sale from Time to TimeThrough Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Electric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAn A TRIP Consult your Local Agent who will pleasure in arranging all details on or f W Hamilton L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller We have never shown alargerstock Carriages Surries Buggies and runabouts than we now have on display in will show room It will pay you to ex them before buying We also repairing and rejoining in best nan at moderate prices The best rub tire applyed and guaranteed tfor year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works- S L MJdkittYJPdoj ++CALL AT JONES MERSIiONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing- of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptoate and accommo dation Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSSSSSJSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St 38 DOLLARS to CALIFORNIAand NORTHWEST From Louisville via th- eHenderson Route Corresponding low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and intermediate points Tickets on sale daily up to and In May 15 1905 Also special Homescektrss rates to the west and southwest on certain dates yon contemplate a trip ask us rates If you would travel in comfort see that your tickets reads over the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis Freo reclining chair cars on all of our St trains Direct con nections in St Louis Union Station with all lines to the west and southwest L Ji IRWIN G P Agent Louisville Ky THE SOUTHWEST Grand Country for Home seekers and Investors r Excursion Rates Twice A MonthA- rkaiisasLouisiana If and Texas of tcr the greatest inducements for per sons desiring to own their homes land producingalmost anything that can grown mild climate good schools good water healthful surroundings anti a growing country are some of the advantages Unexcelled lot raising fruits and vegetables for early markets Land that can be bought for 5 to 10 per acre can be made to yield 100 and 200 per acre in orchard and truck farm First and third Tuesdays of each morth we sell hnmdSeekera tickets from Memphis and Cfclro at one faro plus 2 00 for the round trip Literature descriptive of above countryand informallon about rates will be mti1e upon L O SCHAEFER IV P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati Oj jDArbuckle C E Douglas G D Simmons An Announcement the Public January IstfOo Arbuckle SimmOns ee succeeded byC Douglas Co The firm willbe copdsedof the three be to hqye their friends above persons who will pleased call and see them at the same old stand J We want to say to the public that we now tuw our stock complete We have received a car load of genuine Frost Coiled Spring Steel Wire a car load of the best Wagons made I The Studebaker a car load of Olympic Diamond Ranges We want to further say that we buy most of our wire wagons and stoves in car load lots and if you will rue to see us we can sell you the best goods for as little or less n you will pay for inferior goods Seeing is boleiving me in and you will believe what we have to say Tinwoik and Gutteringa- nd Spouting we make a specialty of Would be pleased to you let us do your work or give you an estimate Respectfully yours Ci E Douglus Co Richmond Ky Mahogany JayMAHOGANY JAY is a dark bay colt 153 hands high foaled HM make the season of 1905 at Joe Chenaults one mile from Rictni back of Madison Stock Yards at 15 to Insure Living Colt Jay mt5OGO ireHf lOs dams of 4 Bessie dam orrraholtlnrJay S Wllkesi IIstjdams Lady Frank In great broodmare lUt Kutbrenter cord 22IJ4 sire of Nutbearer 2 075f Hygettu 211X Ron AmI 2UJ Nut JBreakelr 2UIand 21 others Bailie dam of Florence trial 522 tirr of dame ol Dolly 8penker- Mambrino Star 228X at 1 ot SJtX Ingrentbrcodaialist Nutwood fJO 1P JOOlncllldlNtIanager Lochbart 2Bjdams ofZG Doondam of 2 sires erand ilam of Aberdeen S7 to Little Brown Jug 2ml MII Hankins by Bonnie 4th dam by Grey Flomel 6th dnm by PacoUt 6th dam = Old Brown Highlander Jay Bird S060 sire of 103 Including Allerton 209 Brly Bird 210 Miss Jay 111 Hawthorne 203U Invader 210 1M2K Rose Croix 211W and Ed Wluter212 Sire of danu of Including Orescent Route 203KAltoks210 Besue Drake i08 Queen Alfred 2 UK Little Dick 211X Dreamer 214IJ Courier 2 Lady Frank his dam produced Barly Dawn 221 Mahogany Jay was worked 60 days as a twoyearold last and tr mile in 230 the last quartcr in 35 seconds the saying it is al Jay Bird11 is not without some foundation in fact is readily cumpn when It Is recalled that his get and their descendants have won on II tracks Conner Memorial 20000 Hawthorne won Horse Review Hawtliore second Kentucky Futurity 14000 Hawborn Louisville 10000Hawthorne second Lexington 100i Bird won Kentucky 1335 Eaglo Bird won Lexington M won Kentucky Futurity 14000 Rose Croix won Kentucky Fu 16000 Susio r second Transylvania 10000Susie Jay tl Transylvania 10000Eagle Flanagan won Kentucky Put urity fIK chlaJay 214 won Transvlvania Allerton 2091 secoid- Stake at Cleveland 5000Jay Hawker 3 won Luxon Clienault apI9 4t Richmond Ky MARKfrasd5oieSELVAGE The hardships of the winter have passed and no v we are prepared tj supply you with your spring fittings Wo have purchased an immense line of Fabiics Notions Stocks Ho siery UnderweAr Zephyrs Gingham Calico and in fact everything pertain ing to the dresser This stock is of superlative splendor qnd maguitudeand one that you would just enjoy to peruse over Our spring fho rings are now on exhibition at our store We would suggest early selec iS tions this season and linger in asking about the prices We assure you that our prices are lower than any house in town Call and ook over the mammoth line and convince yourself of the sin cerity of this statement IAyer Pills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use of at iners are t we can J s si froia 1 to 2 c Our tS audr Suits skort at U Our j Suits 4 p aNd 7 2X2 B 16 118 sire dam Bonny z 2 by Expert brother Laddte Larabie 15 year That 6000 Prize 2805 5000 Dress i dont Act on the liver cure constipatiOflI sickheadache For 60 years tc ifjL BUCKINGHAMS It lure en D IIIIIcarrI k 717f 71 I 7l F ffi7FF 71 I F GREAT SACRIFICEr ill200 worth Boys and Childrens Clothing less than manufactur v prices We badly overstocked this department We Have Gut the Prices to the Core IVIJ Mothers arM fathers interest you Suits rtpaats costing VandrfS ttSOcts I SBoys ptmt Boys Lo Pants at tA MM 519 Hambletonlan 1- 0LadyFr1oklln directly They biliousness Sold DYE 71 f- A Come quick and secure bargains Our 59 10 and 12 Boys Long Pant Suits at 5 Best 150 Corduroy Pants tt 112J 1Our 125 Corduroy Pants at 87Jo y PIlsls a great Sacrifice Sale Come quick and secure bargains j t 1OUIS AD fillS STRAUS Jcx Leadhi ClOthiers LEXINGTON KENTKY the iprI k Cor2Ct Clcttbing icr Mst We are sow frtSforAlfrkagr MorokatTalorln- gflepizieaI C Uterf h fkwrjfe ofoacR Msi Richard Shriack tU Jiunoiu lHaegtwi plVE HIS A CALL r Q c I 1 A di xttX ft v vtt va wik vAjVliy VllXKlL NJl SA NJl V +f n