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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, May 24, 1905. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1905 ric1905052401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, May 24, 1905. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. hegflrn1eaf- A 1f Gi1flns- dCf Dke M Strivnor t startal by The Globe al Advertiser of New ide which Is the most Itof music in the whole ic the baloved song of iial received 2130 votes others tho second in iio Overture of William ht words so much as the song that stirs the tue Southerners and sets danoing through their s 10 weary to see the Repub moralizing on the Hargis the influence exerted bj ful mountaineers The sym Ms been created for the the same which the Repub been trying to create for r since he and Taylor nimler of Goebel They make a national figure P wirs and thereby get the filerai courts to set himran ther eyes it is all right for rs to plan the shooting of Goc a heinous crime for Har iud abet the murder of us it seems that Powers Isare equally guilty as be before the fact and the extreme penalty iiv If the Republican news and statesmen had any idea onJtitutes consistency they upp migh mum in regard togs trials Blue Grass Clip Jy to antler from that horrible I pilesOintment d It tlrUI store 50e- Ufr I Ifurnish home complete ifrom store v d p ot IIIbeIIehijust T1e nleeff hllnJfJ hanL Win riotIt n tY Tpn last Wednesday house cleaning she ladder anti broke her The injnry is exeeedin will incapacitate Mrs awhile A Credit u Diovlik and Wo are in receipt of i DanJIisshmild ho prized very hieh citizen of tliaf town antiCO iIIU8tl1ld weIatMeudid aprr n e of its Slip Arm Brofcn by fasaae Man SIr Ktidlffl Parks of Irvine rf91 in mnallllDtpaln11 J left aim iIiMrprRI1ntmanwhenacIpit mnp lnisCorlUao1recovery We Insistt- hat now is the time to buy your wi- nterCoal t is cleanest dryestand cheap tis Until July Jstwe willselL Rd Ash Tellico Block for Grates 1150 per 100 bushels I Lump for Stoves H 1050 per 100 bushels v beIirtIn1 T r ehIoF1iWittjPh04 Ik11 LJJLI f flangtn Vet the S a o to falWIalt ntrCSt z morigtlj iSl fiF U1turofalfaka and tnprovementbf the corn crops r cland tins secnred the services QI l JE Wing of Ohio an alfak cip4t and Irof Jl1te f lo SuperExperiment tiLeColege at Lexington to ac- confpatr thcVtiain and deliver Ic- cturcsaliflgLhociite Similar moth ods itilow 1OSU1tCj in adding millions of aolarllKSxthe value of the Iowa coricOp i PE 5eNAL t onlastfromDanvillot relativcsin VainvisItingInt Miss Lull Snowden IrJin1vis ed Mrs Leo Gott at R Dr C C Hooker waI lConners ville Ohio Monday 1 IshereMr and Mrs J B Willis- Orchard are hero for theft Con nvc 1MrIn extended stay in St Loi11sqt Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannVn 4 reach the diseased portion of tlie aV There is only one way to cure deainel and that is by constitutional remtTdjes Ieafness is caused by au infIamedc dition of the mucous lining offjoij enstaohian tube When this tube isTr jimperletirely closed deafness unless the inflammation can be taklrv out and this tube restored to its ifQto mal condition hearing will be destroI e l forever nine cases out of ton are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu cons services We will give One Hundred Dollars for any caso of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh Cure Send for circulars irep F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the heat your our rtraents is brim full of li1d ones t yPu lll nd h nYaIF- V 4 w flu the I Iss day Mr dersoi- RQv ifug- Parsonage ous Iarme bride Is oni young iw- obrunette an ways She tecds ol this ten visited hearty congra- TiVTOBAI and M1ssL1llli drove throng t Thursdaywhemarrigc ev the Ckrjmtlapi t these youig farorabykhaveiian friends muck hppinemAIp- anied liy Pr iPa- Did enft a f ifJiLiY lnstItffRVqteelsuie e Pi The following persons who are here for the Conclave have received all the honors in the gift of Kentucky Ma KyCharlm Moran Faim on Silver Crek Madison I Richmond Commandery No 19 OFFICERS WH Shackelford Eminent Commander J T Jackson Generalliilmo i J C Bosley Captain General J M Terrill Senior Warden A D Miller Junior Warden Hugh McLelUn Prelate B H Burnam Treasurer J A Higgins Recorder A M Davidson Standard Bearer G D Simmons Sword Bearer A BFaris Warder E D Ballard Sentinel Past Grand Commander Barn II Stone Grand Commander BR Burnam Past Commanders j D P Armer W R Letcher J EGrzenieaf JAmIIggii Sam 11 Stone JasRBarnam DwTrlbbie On CStocktoh- RRBnrham ncUColngton Claude Smith D R Tevis J B Douglas Allen Zarliig Jas W Hamilton Program Tuesday May 23 1905 Reception to Orand end Subordinate Commanderies Grand Commander nnd Mrs Burnam 8 to tip rn Reception Strand Mrs James BMcCreary 8toil pm Informal Reception Richmond Comman li ldery No 19 t Headquarters Masonic Temple tbl2 pm Visiting Sir Knights and Lidles are requested to register and receive program and badges WedneSdaYMay 24 itA PARADEaSir Jno B Castleman Grand Marshal lj s x 3hseveral Commnnderles will form aides Jgnaied places on the College Campus V nnder command of their respective CaptainaGeneraIat 9rI a m pnicersi of Grand Commandery and Past jGrand Commanders will take cania f at Hotel Glyndon 915 a m Th Jtadewlllstart promptly under the iii Frcton of tli Grand Captain Gen i liii staff iOam11 ind 5 LINE OF MARCH Suege a mpu north on Lancaster avenue to Mai- naUreteaitoi41ain street to Second street north on Se 1d1 rMobertey avenue west ou Moberley to Flftree street to North street west on avenue south on Aspen avenue to IaIuiiitPjLBt on Main street to Grand Opera iIous flevotIualStrvIctiraud Opera House 11 a srmontTp Sir Jo M Worrall P ninU elate Grand En- caminefltiftheUIiIted States Address o VeIcueirJsmes B McGreary Response on bebari olQr nd Commandery R ErJS Ojjvlttri OC 12IOI in Grand Commandeipylened Asylum RIchmcamd Conimamf5 r No19 1233P + Open JTonsew o ge No sD Rooms 12O to 12 pniiJv Exhibition DIIlliLQ 1hiiie Commanderyi No Col1egU ipus a3to4p tO t Reeeptlon Veriile nmmarmdery No IfeadquarterOi idAspimStji ittoGpnm RyanlCom err o 17 us an j i 8tir b ana a l a inside fences in to fields convenient cultivation and grazing stock and barn lots One brick residence on Lan caster pike at Mill Grove The other Headquarters Richmond No 19 Masonic Temple open Tacsdnj May 235pm to Friday May 26 7 am LSnlsTllIe No1 corner Second and Broadway Webb No 2 Clark residence Main street Versailles NO3 Evans residence North and Aspen Sta- Frantfort No Hotel Covlugton No7 Hotel Olyndon Maysville No 10 Englb House De Molay No 12 Madison Institute Newport No 13 Hermits Tent Henderson No II High street birenaboro No IS Hotel Glyndon Ryan No 17 Hotel Gyod n Carlisle No 18 Hobson Building 3 0 Breckinrldge No 20 Engle House Marlon No 21 Hotel Glyndon Couer Do Lion No St Charles Hotel Bureau of Information and Committee on Accoinmo t datlon Headquarters Masonic Temple Fiftyeighlh Conclave Committees Executive Committee R R Burnam Chairman- V 11 Shackelford 3 EGreenleaf Jas W Hamilton R CStockton jMTerrin Alien Zaring Secretary Committee on Arrangements Av RShackelfsrci Chairman JC Morgan TP Gardner CIj8earcy a 3VJ Oregnleaf p P Black Committee on Music hi EGreenleaf Chairman I iJ T Jackson To ELlllySWin lusty O WErans W C QallacelCommittee on Printing andBadses JV Hamilton Chairman AVD Miller Bobl Harris J W Bales So trdklfl foe Long ZTflice Committee on Accommodations RC Stockton Chairman RR Burnam J A Higgins EDBallard A Si Williams p MiChenanlt David Irvine Committee on Decorations Jo MTerrill ChaIrman GeoD Jj3Bosley Simmons WiULetchcr SI UTevl- sTT Corlngton WS Hume- Committee on Finance Allen Zarlng Chairma- niuDMiner B c H Covlngton J B DouglasSiv hIIortrSOnoiR Gibson T lI Collins r Committee on Entertainment- R R Burnnm Chairman vJamesB McCreary 5i vHoKhiMcLenan Jr LDil iihiickelford I tEl cliiiOUNG J0 ii e lloc rebrais IU t1JYif- oraijy jOskL cHI = uL ts tw residmceApsIxtenat1lmnuses ppedtfor the V- V rflvnS j rnI8htytoiir1 fu Five hundred fect from tta1 a t steel tower has been iJ Earner height thatIs to SaY2j19Qfeetll1Wv the surface of the Lah ofthePour- Cantons Immediately low and tho tower and peak have been conriected by a platform like a bridge upon which the hotel Is being built suspended in the air more than 2QOO feet abcne the lake The construction Js well under way and Jt Is expected that the hotel will be ooenert In Jni Read This One small bottle of the Texas JVon dor Halls Greet Discovery curjs all kidney and bladder troubles retnoves cures diabetes seminal l 1alMbtlcksrtirntism kW neys and bladUer in both meb Iw4 women rfjcnlatea Madder trouU9 children If not soW bv your dttigntt be sent mail mi 0 tbskreat1ineRtcure Dr Ernet W Hall sok RIRBH facturer P Obox62t St Lxjtfe Mo HYHItirutIil901Dr r Sir I have used oi but f tlio Texas WosgllaIis4rt DIueryf- or kidney end budder treslbie I welgb d I mawh a I becan e- MI it ir wijAr 17ft pua4Ii and yeruIJ 1 9DLEI ITITIIS n IH 4aV enUtbOllLtw1talestornKIrks e at li N RCEs SCIIOO s I4pjsfQ1 agIirkavill- ett7PeIimrclies rbe 9nthe 5fa IIiiq is 0110inllf1l lIe iraqq conulrIiiUtI8Pl1tCetI in tli rrer of one of tlidliii neighbor toulitfn both ft aociatntcrnmer iial fOlan point Thp farm will be olffMCil t public UicMOn without reserve totlt3 felpb est biiider In the following JojSV LOT No rIPf 11 acres more or less cbntariin hoiisil and mill adjoining andndros ilver Creek from Lot No 3ran3bas Ii rl1rlGrovnof Silver r reekLOrNo2 300 acres more orlesson both sides of thi Mill Grove and Kirksville turjV pike and on the north bank of Silver Creel containing the large brick resi denc two tenant houses barns or chard etc all in bluegrass except 25 acres in cultivation LOT No3 245acres more or less at the junction of Mill Orove and Richmond Lancaster turn pUre adjoining Lot No2 con taininz two storv brick houseoutbnild- in arden etc and two tenant houses All in grass except about 75 acres LOT No4 117 65100 acres more or less on the tliaJIill Grove pike across from Lots No3 2 and 3 All in pood meadow The above described lots will be of fered separately then Lots No 3 and 4 will be offered together then Lots No 2 3 end 4 will be offered together as a whole anti the ollerinc bringing the most money will be declared eale Possession given to purchaser Janu ary 1906 anti general warranty deeds of COUVevnnre made at that time upon compliance with the terms of sale TEKisrs Onethird of purchase money cash January 1 1006 tie balance in equal payments in one andtwo years from Jnintary 1 1906 the purchaser to exe iutS two poss 88iQn notes of that date n 11lQnealld two yeaie hparinc six interest from late and a lien to ei1itstfltiUtlIe deeds to secure the unpfJtl e mcmiv- 3hie seraUots subject to survey to a8cdfaiiT cttial quantity Forfurther inforniattonaddrels XvSi t W1Shckclford oltKV 17 j Suits 0 New Tuberculosfs Dr Alfred Goss Hasi appjrehtljr cured 82 casesC ofiur meansjrf electricity and that kills tubercular chill yet does not affect the albumen or the blood The huge static electrical machine he use develops 2500 that after eiBg through high apparatus Increases mnilon volts with such low ampeerage that when shot IntotliQ flesh vacuum surfaeer eleq feels unpleasant and applies the electrode JLlBColB rb eof the hetJrlce8 ever broght by autograph letter Abraham Lincoln has just lee recorded Yort The relic baought 110 lid dressed to soldier had deaeifea Ute colors and lagged for relBBtatitr meat Do Not fee Upon FoUy Co CIiicao llpi ey nd Tar amid aeeOHt pre wI5 frlVa Up cbildrea Mtd delicate persona Eifi iim etimoiu carrizmIrnl Leicher jIniacbrznglngtlji4flbst Saidpf has been pIaitet ky Rock an- ftoOt1edf5iI 5 Ida streets s TIire onu tUretat ahl front apQiiKstreel runnizj1iil1 VitL Main street antI- rimtfitlresidence ztntl two f front Tales street running from Srreet he same S OpttS will be offered for sale- sepitratQIa4fl seven parcels above the lay sale may also beoflWfllor sale by adding two more together be determln edon potsale and then will be loi whole anti the sale msetfrfftKeirianner bMneing the most- moriayr provides two from Main street the streS front the residence property orie pf vbfch streets feet wide and rllns front the present reel lencptidtbnoher which streets tl width and runs pres ent located the green house lot TEIlS the sale sales will be made credit six and twelve months and purchasers will be required eive bonds with good security for the payrrfent time purchase money h8ethe force and effect judgment bearing Ifgal interest from day sale ill paid with lien retained upon all property Hold until all the purchase money interest paid S IITHOKRE Matter Commissioner Madison Circuit Oourt Won the nomination Mr Emil Ilhardt has been nomina ted for Councilmen Nicholasville Mr Ilhardt well known here being nephew Mr Louis Schlegel with whom he studied photography He now winning laurels for himself his chosen york and Nlcholasvilles leading photographer His race for Councilman will be watched with terest by his friends here r r7 JI J MidirS J Dspla ildneSdayivIa On A jcI t Carriage and Reception Hats 1 FancyiSilkand Net Cos i tUnICS i Embroidered Linen itMuslin Dresses nd Pique Separate fiIlSkirts 4 ft I 1 P and Furnishers LexmgtonKY o i j4j rIIiIIIII liom8T1nucnn l i JBqeJfFid berculosisjy a ba volW passed a frequency to supposedly a trodelhlpMlerit no hlsgermlcldfon letter gs110jO hl an of at aauctlo1satelaNew It was a who Imposed origna as a hI081andJ8Nlon groat TJfimanrimtl 1Troda no JIU8ion uikHyMxstIveIt 1salebyROeooktoa 0 4 P- Io tcsC ior I 4buiIiligglarge resllencoforltnhenearerty n r lv on fl1uit46e a IB liylcijo i1i1JJuc1irimoiandt UI smidrreeibour ill of t on Cree- k1ike53iitb1f a l as on of or to of al as a for streejsrfnrnng or 9 perpendicularly to a of is 66 of of is as a to or on a of to of to of a of ill a are of is a of is in is in 1 andl j t j CO 2 l I 23qnd4ihl bo ofFered togtlmeratWit wjiioleanlthe offering bririgipiprithe mosmoDtYWlllb declarAdasale irPdsseesion tqjpnicl aserJana ary 1 106aDllgeneral warranty deeds of conveyance rrjade at that time upon compliance with the terms of sale TERMS Onethird of purchase money asb January 11906 tie balance in equal payments in one and two years from January 11906 the purchaser to execute two possession notes of that date due IB one and two years bearing six per cent interest from date and a lien to be retained in the deede to secure the unpaid puichase money The several lots subject to survey to ascertain actual quantity For farther information address W R Shackelford Agt- Richmond K frsyTheia Wiathmtsr and Js avg Ijfltft Cottew by morchmantnae7We pe i Ully during the hot m Mb 4i1anyof the stores are BOTT elosrajg t ar arly hour Ia the evening and othe iHI fellow Jsfflplojr rs are 14HH1UI- 4rseoiie that a cierk best asrvlee to his emoyr9b pMictIie store whoa hp i fli Hltiefl io be ouduty teem twelre to- II1 hours a y Employer iho lng a libeiml IB at dwulsnd t Sacrifice hknUJoL and the c riecL tjs llil JNSHere is an oppiitunity to buy the most beautiful weaves lit virtually less than cotton goods price Every yard is dependable quality and every made for this seasons wear Colored Pongee Silks Tafleta Suiting Silks all the fashionable colorings JRkh Mecca line Silks soft an 1 lustrinus Black Japanese Silks an extra flue grade Black and colored Taffeta Silks excel lent t r gh rustling quality fashion able lor whole ants Great variety of colorsWhite Hnbutia heavy quality all atspcclfil prices that means tho biggest values of the year- Womens Waists Silks and Lawns marked at enormous reduction Special rates in summer dress goods A representative diplay of some of the newest spring and sum mer fabrics at prices to create a sensa tion White Persian Lawns 20and 25c These beautiful fine sheer dress goods are warranted strictly perfect dainty and dressy for evening and street wear and for graduating dresses Whitedot ted Swiss fine gauze material in neat medium and large woven dots delight- Fully cool for street and evening wear 23c special sale price ColoredandBlack Dress Goods Substantial saving in the new weaves of dress poods olored Voiles make t athalf price 50 inch Panama suiting 51 worth S150 This is one of the sea inns most popular trees materials Mohair Sicilians these stylish raati r Watson Cooking V Monday June Emma Department Demonstrating atMasonic BIRTHS and11oes AfHtthinesa operatorofJBufThloO frommedicineuntil wmnIasd bladder jiori tvS Stockton sNsdontlm tf 44e1rleifor madeiE1foiIL fo Ii ai ICHM f 7i able foralu- miweeSill an txceiln s1 orsllrt 11gbVoilesplaited dresses The Celebrated special of I25lk Other makes of grStfeffo reductions and chmildrjmis losierv 5peciai Supfjly yourself Table Linens special Table quality fu worth 5izeS144p Whil yard best Mrs dresses si J L 1 The Richmond Water Light Co Miss Graduate o Armour Intitut- Io give a FREE Course of Led the use From 230 430 I cordial invitation extended attendthis free course of lecliu giv Hall over Gpvirig Mr and Earnest Ills re ioicinc the arrival of adaugKter Mr Mrs 2 T Rico tho best wishes of their many friends ir their daughter who bqrn Wednesday Vi Fnrnl Rente for Paint Our tbrdmn little Paint Lick is soqu tohiavrLt1 r numUrone ectabimsim pIe painsays well ka6 Iot noi relief I began tak ing Foleya Ki lnyCure then the re stilt was surprising A few loses start ed brickdnstIiVe substance and now I have tic pain toy kidneys and I feel like a me 1000 worth oj good ksyimKM- nov Cure will ev r jney and diL BjI BC 4 DB I Ma t Lazi and Bra o i triC J9 wr i w JI i haye goo vs ar isoy I JI 1J1 I he c1 imew dress and weav for and this week 7x and S3 J B ai B Corsets A sale time high pmpportionst 25c t say n d T At Dam six kins all sir up A Rpl Full the w Pe liful gowr aiimletyle to A is Mrs are over and have little was last Lick se v the across coal It ict S l r LA whicfcjisjivi TI Paracampi cooling lie- prepareditli Io W r 5laracauiplel is fa l49es5aiinseliSsalves lmentf fkjfecsfdirect to the 1tivOiifcik Cold iff the Head Sor Sortthest Croup Itching andl time Skin Sore Feet SweiyrigsS1 fiammations Paracampl i Cuts without leaving ugh absolute preventiver Paracamph jsth canTj ict tn A OND I cl tiQ 4e5 i 2 tt u f i J f i J i 1t y I t 1 I f r ah 1t rtth nv i h i i h A r I Ilor some new piece of furniture j Jf Our store is headquarters for such goods ShadespPoles BambDo Porch Curtains Chairs of every description including all kinds of t j POllen FUNITURE U4 whichis now In deman di A andJs us show you our stock 1nttonIS paid to our C Ttaking Department j J f OLJDHAM t v2Tv 7J m Jf J n j4L1 F f 3 f l Faculty L P Simmons President 4 tHistoly 2 tiss Maud McBurnoy U lv r 4tyof OhlaOBO fen and Modern iMiyuaga t iise Woodforcl Covingtonj- Brenau Gell Ee Wt Language and TMeratort Hiss Vesta Gray University of Nebraska i Ifmktmatict uid Scion 1Ji lWoJ IlisKibeth M Cjirgilef 1efHl Geraril OontltrftltoryoUlusl IT VUee amd 100- Edwina 0 rit Rogers 4tj 2tVlice M Eubank tin and New York Hehool of tfKArt Department Tciini lVhife 4 i r lwrV 1epiei s Lula Alien I ryJpfHM v 04 T4jIp I tt j 4r y J H J 1Ijrf 1 fI J I S f- LII l r 41 I t or fLY f1 rtf r tPi = i jc yt Jt jr 1i jle r w15 W O I Zf t K 1 1 jAr 1 i 1 J 1 S 1 Tt li 4brf 4 f ft 1 or tf jC1t f JI ii iidi an Houst Today it until tofl irrow but clean W wit1 Di Maid wells laxa QvriP tr course r t r flelhaDlFbone-v yonAYelttiliiu result I omaclilivel- md bOk MOl t out f orller arid lause treat pain dwtressJand danger Mis internal e only safe sure cure is Dr Cai1 well s Rvrup PjinIt clears out all causes f sirknE8 Iuef Constipation and indigestion leans MIUBO and makes you wellry it old by Perry Thomas at lid SI Money back if it fails for Wm Buckley CalVin Taylor V D Buckley Co You will find us near McKees corner with a complete line f Hardware Stoves and Tinware Tin and galvanized work done on short notice Get our umpPrices W D Buckley Co- B II Luzon Bro have the niIlot ot timothy hay in Madison count Call on them when in need 2Sdotf Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action liy Dr King Now Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes IheIfirmness of the flesh and muscles buoyancy of the mind Trv them At R C Stocktons drug store 25 cents lit Ii L iiH t Wt c tvv tr i 0 hr 4L rtJoh liI b state pCfltfnUay brhad the tlitb ot his pistol hand sev ered by rif saw of a machine he was operating in the chair factory of tho institution Jett claims the dismem bering wan accidental but persons connected with tho prison point to ser prisonershlchard work One King Bird a notorl oua prisoner several years ago cut off hi hand and threw It from a window to avoid work I I Mrs Madden Lexington Ky May J7Mrs Annie Madden wife of tho noted turfman and breeder John E Madden arrived here A report which has been circu lated here for several days was to the effect that overtures had been made to Madden to buy the Charles Lesher farm on the Winchester pike and givo it to his wife as her future home where she could be In closo touch with her children and at the same Umo not come in contact with the master of Hamburg place Pin Poisons Blood Covlngton Ky May 16Robert Langefeldt tailor removed a pimple from his hand a few days ago by pick- Ing it with a pin an4 now ho is confined to his home seriously ill His hand and arm have swollen to abnor mal proportions and Dr Ranshaw is treating him for blood poisoning Escaped Prisoners Captured Paducah Ky May lSlwo of the alleged murderers who escaped at Smlthland by filing the bars of their cell several night ago were captured in Caseyville Ky and were taken to Smlthland Those captured are Jim Cowan white and Will proctor colored Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky May 17 Fortytwo hhds of buney were offered on thq tobacco breaks at prices varying from 410 to 14 The number of dark hhds offered was 170 and the pricns ranged from 320 to 0X0 The mar ket was about tho same as last week Death of Judge E M Smith Cynthlana Ky May 18WZrd was received here from PhoenlxArlz an flouncIng the death ot Plice Court Judge Elbert M Smith t f this city Smith left for Arizona several months ago on account of his health He was 36 Tears olt tj i j j r 4A tt te tJ f Jy Iniirctfetr Sii Snes Hargis for com plicity In the murder of James Cock rUt were released on ball of 10000 each Both returned to Jackson Aft er ban had been granted the Hargis cases were continued till the Septem ber term of court This gives tho state court time to pass on the commonwealths appeal on the Instructions of this court Desperate Pistol Battre Owlngsville Ky May lSAs the re suIt of a desperate pistol battle on the street here James Stephens white and John BUrns colored are lying at their homes fatally wounded Eight shots were fired and Stephens has two bul let wounds and Burns one as the result of a quarrel Henry E Youtsey Still III Frankfort Ky May 17Henry E Youtsey the Goebel murder convict In the state penitentiary continues seri ously Ill in the prison hospital He is suffering from an attack of slow fever He is not thought to DO critically Mountain Streams Flooded Owlngsville Ky May 18Reports from throughout the mountain state that mountain streams have been high er from tho rains of the past few days than for 40 years There were big tides in the Red and Kentucky rivers but no serious damage was done A Pistol Duel Harlan Ky May 17 While resIst- Ing arrest Carlo Hall fired six shots at Marshal Cox The marshal returned the fire fatally wounding Hall None of Hans shots took effect on the marshal Won the Blue Grass Stake Louisville Ky May 18fMartln Doyle quoted at 2 to 1 and in some books at threes won the Blue Grass stake at Churchill Downs beating Funiculairo and King of Troy tIng of Troy was hold favorite by the bookmakers Charles E Clark Dead Harrodsburg Ky May 18 Charles E Clark a wellknown citizen and for many years ono of tho citys most prominent business men died after several days illness of causes incident to old age 1P i l iii i + tEA iir ir flr 9 t t t1t r rfcrwooir by KII t wood darn Nora Wilkes tam of JTowood 2121 Nora wood 219 etc by Georpn Willkcc J H Creipliton of Orchard Park Lexington Kv sold last week a 3 yearoW filly by Farwnod for 1250 Two of his colts sold at New Yorfc lust vrar one for 250 the other at S2S50 Over 50 of his colts will be in thIs county this spring See Robert Walker and book your mares 38 mares have qlrendy been booked lor 1905 to this treat horse lihGt Cleaned Out Whtn a deep cellar becomes filled wth heavy poisonous air it is never sife to go into it until it has bean cleanedout When your body lisa been poisoned with the foul residues of undigested food it is just as necessary to clean it out To do this pleasantly and safely take Dr wells laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is n pnro scientific preparation rdilch Inns no equal in the core of constipation headache bilious ness and stomach trouble Sold by MoneybackThe 11 B Parrish School of Phon ography Hobson Building Laeat in struction Positions secured Ion pupils tf DRWBCALDWELL A FAMILIAR FACE The likeness of Ds W B CALDWELL appears on every package of Dr Caldnells SYRUP PEPSINthe reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipation Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches and Fevers Caused by Dowel and Stomach disorders Every genuine package is distinguished br this trade mark Your druggist will be fflad to sell yotr either the 50c or 100 Sold by Perry ThomasO If you have a farm oi SO to 140 acre for sale let us know at once We have several louvers lor these sizes tf Richmond Real Estate Agency wagonISnehtf D B Snrt lfofl t n Eii 7 J V v 1 1 F lA t dj1 J 1 1 t i RAtItJ ci ii 1Sq t r1 J1 yt r ji b s Jr 1 1dl4efJ J CoUars lailiPs uo tIne talk of the town nnll cornininIty them ana get the Low Cash Priecs Ifor fall to see are naming on then r weD OhOUTFI- TTERS ITO PARTICULAR Loans ami Dis counts 345000 00- Stockholders Liability 150 COO 00 iankBIdg SrotJOO 00 Cash tinl Kxc C5COO 00 Total Resources 30000 00 Your bneneu Is desired and we ilisp ed to grant you every consist ent favor I State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky Bring your odd vehicles to MS and ve will make them as good as new by repairing retlrim and varnishing Prices oh this claus of work very rirj- Bonable RICHMOND CAuniAOB WORKS sr MifiVitr Profc Lost On lust Thursday a large Elk harm orwithrptnrn to this ollice lOtrytf T77c71F ffi F71i rm ffi 71 7175 7I71 fJk F i IF11rw U SHOVLD BE PATRONIZED BY THE 11 tJ PEOPLE OF MADISON COUNTYif Txaiiiine cartfu1lv Oiii is ofteacliers and our prices as given herewith Then if you have a daughter to eduea the prin CII ti lie il1 ta1e PlCtdtile In Clllllg 111011 OU tfll e1ain1ng eel detail of the sor1c ifl M tdi0fl Institute No d- T 01 MliuISOil count3 sliouid think of sending his d tughtet ta flOin home wlieii his home school offeicsir meTts ts in be fotncpellcle aIO1IL INSTITUTIONS SUPPORTED BYIOMr 7i heal li dP1lOa1 if 4 StOJlthlIIk of its fai te iclitug tnd benfipT 2 I + I fIIiIStltt1tC SUppOI t 3C 0 11CLSC1 it1l 9ior f 11OUR TEACIIE1f 1ehlcllCCd teiclieis Foi catalog etc4 I J 4t II 2 J + I s 44 l r f c ic1 1 c jr1I 4 i 5 j I 1zbr I A y 44d14L4g t fi 1dri 4 t itrsYi- f i I i I1I pr fr aIrcViL J r II vty V f- t r t i T i 0r If c s tt = t 1 c I 1- kI 1 M = Special Summ Illinois Central 1 To California and Colorado and to the L vis a d Portand I Oregon positionILow one vW and round Louisiana and low round trip rates fnintsiaAi Terr Oklahoma and Texas n first tt Tuesdaysjfeach month Pullman Sleeper caiiy Louisville j to Hot Springs Ar Only Iine running through personally conducted ej sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Such investments Me not speculative The snnru IaUll shipping facilities are adequate and lIt rI Notwithstanding thoseancloth rmdvanti prices fur below thuir rewl value and at pre ent or For a tee set of circulars Nos i t j IVlstD lauds in Kentucky West Tennesne Mi Illinois Central Iallro d for horoewek Further particulars of nome Agents or I F W HARL Y P LIlCures Cholera1 Die Br firR er TEe r iNG Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mall 25c to C J MOFFh Sf Mother Hesitate no longer but save the he and your child as thousands have done by giving csepc TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly count ets an comes the effects of thesummers heat upon tc things 1 i J p J I I us to Iy 1 iE H 1 + i E 3k+9H + E x p e oses rThe school year is dLyideclinto two te tIfoJpws1 Board fuel lights washing ono dozen pieces par weal Tuition in College Department Tuition in Academic Department Tuition in Preparatory Department 4th Reader Gr Tuition in Primary Department Piano with uso of instruments for practices Violin Mandolin Guitar two lessons ngf Vocal Music two lessons per weejp Drawing pencil or cravM v OilPainLp1 iTtONiI c 5 l zIi 11 Inrllti t- lJiz i 4 rki 4O11- lL L 111iiigee11t ill jUI td yttWUI1IS 4 i eatlielLet1y iegiia i yon 111 Sl-e htis reliabletItoaste f2 r say s GibsonsRELIABLE SHOP I Li R1FICE I7I71 Clotbin at less than manufacturv A this dcptrtlflellt ices to the Core uS 15t1 orne 1uick mI- at Our 9 1 nd BOYS BCS150 COrttt1r015tt i Our I125 C quick and seure bargains r3us STRAUS T LEGTO jt0 are DOW dispa reet ctbhngftT our kh5nt Labor 7 ersaS CUtt kft1c g ir 6- 0 rI15 r 14t f J Ve 0 W JIlIIIIL l I iir v c r J SUPPLEMENT THE= ICHMOND CLIMAX LMAY2419031t1III II URI that Rolls4i1 Biscuit 7ot be made without I r ns out the very bQqresI used on wrm or inkitchen c It L R our CASH PRICEniakes j- i e11lnper ougoods very 1b1e compateQ with credit system If 7WE SELL THE I Lynchourg hmeQ Plow r lie most substantial and easiest running p owffin the world Examine and give us your r Fencing Wire Roofing etc FTry our Old Fashioned Country Meal CheapIE cPoultry Eggs Hides iL alldTFursT- i Coler BFPhone 237 Main Street RICHMOND KY V J AL 1 5F8 7I 717 c We are still agents for the old and reliable Oliver Chilledw- hich Plow needs no introduction as there is none betters We also sell the Bissell and Lynch burg Hillside Plows and are making the prices lower than they can be bought anywhere Why buy something just as good when you n buy the genuine O1Teror less mon y from usj We are also headquarters fo- rPlows Collars Trace Chains Back Bands Double and Sin gle Trees Tornado Tiger and Hamilton Disc Harrows Deering 60tooth Harrows in fact everthing the farmer needse Give us acallt t1I e DII ShoceIfordCo AJPr a- Yousekeepest tareyou in need anything new in J Suits Folding Beds Iron Beds edtttI Lounges Hat Racks Sideboa ds Chairs Car rt pets Tables Mattings Ro Lace Curtains t Draperies Cookingetc W A J We have a complete line of new and to data ttI goods in House Furnishings and are prepared 1tofurnish your home with th4 beet at very J- f quality considered JCash or Easy Terms 10 Qiye us a Call Limazd JjY1Jins Main street opposite Hotel Glyndod j L iIMmoncf Ky rTRIscflornI11in I F g 4 LTh3rd and art Ir1 oraa zi 4 2 i J 8 c rJ rJ rJ r t- Cf1k rLLER ATTOKXXT tJCIOIOKD 5 n the Buman r r er National Bank jyu =J As 4aOTmry f w NTuCKY 0 r CiIENAULrJ Free DebrAj Out this outanji get a lull slzeibo oi DeBells Kidney Tills free Delay may mean death DoBells Kidney Tills will cure you Send at one to 0 W Beggs Sons Co Station C Chicago 111 This offer is good for 30 days only Sold by B L Middelton D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY Terrific Race with Death Death was fast approach ing writes Ralph F Fernandezof Tampa Fladel scribing his fearful race with death as a result of liver trouble auti heart di sease which had robbed me of sleep and of all interest of life I had tried many different doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bitters So won dertul was their effect that in three days I felt like a new man and today I am erred of all my troubles Guar anteed at R C Stocktons drug store Price 50c The Birdsell wagon was awarded the grand prize at St Louis conse quently when you buy a Birdsell von know what you are buying Let D B Shackelford 01 show you what a good wagon looks like Omchtf ror Zale Thirty nice yearling cattle weight 700 pounds lT White Son Omaytf Watch For It It will pay you to watch for the very first syrr ptom of indigestion or liver I trouble and to prevent the trouble how gaining headway by quickly taking Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Nothing is more weakening than chronic dyspepsia and all its compli cations Nothing will cure it so quick ly pleasantly and surely as Pepsin Syrup Sold by Perry Thomas at 50e And Money hack if it fulls npi The Hisscori Pacific Railway St Louis Iron HourUfa boulhern Ry Co Special low excursion rates from St Louis to Detivir Colorado Portland OreponLos Angeles and San Francisco California On sale certain dates in April May June July Aue and Sep 3000 to California tickets onj sae daily to May 15th also from Sept 15tl to Oct 31st Personally conducted rourist sleeping Cars from St Louis to San Francisco and Los Angeles without change Round trip Horaeseekere Excursion Tickets on sale every first and third ruesday of each month at greatly re duced rates to all points in Oklahoma and Indian Territories also to certain points in Missouri Arkansas Texas Kansas Colorado and New Mexico liberal stopover privileges return limit of twentyone days For particulars address A A G- aljagD P A 419 Walnut St Gibson House Bldg Cincinnati 0 Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account tf the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey Tar many imitations are offered foi the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxa tive It contains no opiates and Is safest for children and delicate persons 1or sale byR C Stockton 19ulm Give us a trial order for Obelisk flou Colyer Bros lOmytf The largest assortment of carriages buggies phaetons and wagons ever brought to Richmond are now oa die play at the mchmond Carriage Works and if you will call and get prices on any of the above mentioned goods you certainly will make purchase as our prices are lower than ever before- BICIIMODUBRIOE WORICS S L Midkiff Prop Estray Hog BlackBCnr weight about 200 pounds came to my place about two month sge Owner lllave same by prov ing property and paying charges J W Maupin 3may4t Whites StationKr for Sale Nice lot on Fourth street 47x120 feet For narticulars call at this office oc IL N11i Ar No 3 Cttclnniil and Knox Lv 1t4 p m villa Exiveaa south bound l2i8pm No 2 KnorrIIIa Clnnatl 200 pm Express north hound 205pm o i Knoxville O Clnnatl 413 am Bzprew north bound 413 am No Knoxrllle Clnnati 1150 pm Express south bound 1150 pm No 10 Stanford and TJS a m villa Accra north bound BzZ a m No H Stanford and Mars 720 p m ville Accm south bound 725 pm No Richmond ndBow- laadAcumeoutbbouad SjWara Sfo 23 Richmond and SWi 480 pra ford north bound i ifFst rhrup LbTooJ ease M alId Quickest Cure oaeand LUNGnou gfe pack ii J JtytO to IlJElIEi FfHRequiresCleanliness Employes on Band nIlpersons Uotreasuryat the public expense Hereafter cle4h lIness will baji charge upon the United States treasury employe The Informtlon as4to the Innova lettersigned ojtIiizthnSt wieWEDS TWO IN GoodLooking Youth Admits thEY Impeachment But Pleads Lacfcfc L of Mempry New York According to the judges of general sessions there has never been such a strange case of bigamy brought to their attention as that of John Stef fler who pleaded guilty before Judge Newberger of marrying two women on the same day Sterner is a goodlooking young man He told his attorney and the court that he bad no recollection of contracting either marriage and could offer no ex planatlon of his conduct Judgs Newberger remanded him to the Tombs for sentence and will make an investigation into his case When Stefficr pleaded guilty lie said Im married all right to these two women but 1 dont know why I did it I must have been in a trance I dont remember anything about It The indictment charges Sterner with marrying Estcllo Deffely August 13 last On the evening of the same day Stuffier married Hannah Ackerman Both of Stefflers wives were In court and intermittently denounced Stelller as a brute The two women sat together in thg rear of the courtroom where he was arraigned CLEVER PLOT TO BREAK JAIL Convict an Electrician Puts Out All the Lights with a Switch- Recaptured Salem By means of an ingeniously contrived cutoff switch with which he controlled the lighting system of the prison Charles Williamson a trusty convict escaped from the penitentiary but was recaptured before he succeeded in getting out of town Williamson is an electrician serving a fiveyear term for forgery He tapped the main current wire in the pump house and put in an improvised switch When ready to leave before daylight Williamson shut ort the lights tied a string to his switch lever to which he attached a water bucket He punctured the bottom of the bucket and dropped it Into the water tank outside the building The water slowly filled the bucket which was weighted with lead until it sank after a period of two hours and a half and turned on the lights again In the meantime Williamson ocaled the penitentiary wall in a dark spot and escaped Warden Curtis happened to be at the Southern Pacific depot recognized the fellow as he was about to board the train for Portland and re arrested him- EXMAYOR NOW A NAVVY Former Executive of Des Moines Seeks Work on Streets from Officials He Had Appointed Des Moines TaThat his family might continue to have a home to shelter them James Brenton exmayor of Des Moines took pick and shovel and commenced work upon the public streets Of the members of the board of public works who had received the appointments at his hands he asked the privilege of joining the street work ing gang and the request was granted at a salary of J2 per day Brentons case has been peculiar Un educated he went into politics and was nominated and elected county superin tendent of schools here Later he was elected mayor During hls admlristra tlon the mayors office was a political storm center He served but one term and went out of office with scarcely a dollar Next he appeared as a bartender In a Des Molaes saloon Perhaps It Was the Prayer An Ohio man wants a divorce be- CAuse his wife kicked him while he was praying Possibly he was praying that he might become a widower before it was too late For Rent New SIX room cottage and 10 acies t1layStIf you are in the market for fenc In1 do not past Shack lford Cos thlrenCOODjor OLD and YOUNG I 1 JiJtAo- II h uq August Rower keeps the children healthyand strong longSo In higKglee And about to the druggist Please give it to mel CfInabilitYto get up brisk and fresh in lack of appetite allor spiritstheseand bad digestion fat adults and children too also indicate the urgent need of taking Greens August Flower regu 1tillTwo suess anti 750 All lnfggi For tale at R 0 Stocktoas rax store J rau tier that IioIiaii Df spcraaqMsn to a large sunburst of Tdlaniw Irothal gifts Until recently Miss Bennett whose home is in Brooklyn was employed at the switchboard of tho Grand Union hotel and it was there that her acquaintance with Mr Whitney began and ripened into a warmer attachment ills home is In Montreal Where he is engaged in the asphalt business and he has been a widower for two years As Miss Dennett is a Roman Catholic and Mr Whitney a Protestant a dispensation for their marriage will be obtained from the pope and it will then take place in St Cecilias church North Henry street Brooklyn An other telephone girl Miss Ida Schwindt who Is employed In the Park Avenue hotel has shared in the good fortune of her lifelong friend Miss DonneltITo her Mr Whitney presented a check of 500 for the purchase of a gown to bo worn as bridesmaid at the wedding and a diamond cluster ring Mr Whitneys son will be the best man a TWINS IN LIFE AND DEATH Girl Born After Her Mate Died Shortly After He DidHis tory of Existence PbIJadelpbla Pa William and Jane Lawrence the twin babies of William and Jane Lawrence who reside In the rear of 3438 Clearflpld street were burled side by side In the same grave in Lcverlngton cemetery today The babies were eight months and nine days old By a peculiar coincidence William was the first of the twins to be born and he was the first to die Since they were born the twins have been ill a great deal of the time When one was taken sick the other would become IIII within a few moments Lately twins appeared to be on the road to re covery They were nursed carefully and seemed to Le thriving Recently William was seized with a convulsion The mother tried the usual remedies and the baby grew bet ter About the same time Jane was taken ill William grew worse and died ills sister expired 15 minutes afterDeath of twins in a similar manner is not an unusual thing according to physicians By some strange affinity physicians say twin infants are more or less part of one another until the age of adolescense is reached or unUl the children become fully matured LEFT HER PARTY TO ELOPE Woman of Sixty Disappears with Man Half Her AgeDraws Cash from Bank Berkeley Cal While the gueSts bid den by Christian and Lisette Werren waited at the quaint little Werren home to greet Mrs Werren and congratulate time feifa and husband on the thirty fourth anniversary of their wedding Mrs Werren was puuig alt the distance possible between herself and the hap py gathering at thB house i With herwasEred rroschaccordlrigJ to the husbands story told recntlyand the eloping pair have in their possession the savings of 30 years kept hitherto in the Union Savings bank of Oakland In the joint names of Mr and Mrs Wer renMrs Werren Is 60 years of age short and stout Her companion as described by the woroans husband Is 32 years of age a boarder In the Werren home for six months Verren is a frail appearing man 66 years of age Mrs Werrta drew 1000 from the Union Savings bank without her husbands knowledge Then she disappear ed with Trosch In the hills of North Berkeley Hotel High in Air A remarkable hotel isto be built by French capital in Switzerland Op posite RIgi Kulm a slim mountain peak the Hommetsehwand arises to a height of 3500 feet looking like a mighty tower Five hundred feet from this peak a steel tower has been built to the same height that Is to say 2100 feet abdve the surface of the Lake of the Four Cantons immediately below and the tower and peak have been connected by a platform like a bridge upon which the hotel Is being built suspended in thlA air mOrL than 2t00 feet above the lakeThe construction ia well under way and It Is expected that the hotel will be ooeriertln Jill Read This One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emi alone weak and lame backs rheum tism and aP irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men had women regulates bladder troubleaTn children If not sold by your druii twill be sent by mail on receipt ofjl Onetmall bottle is two months ment and seldom fails to perlecta manufacturer aUdruRichmond KvJjeb 9 1901 DearSirTexas AVowl Halls Great Dieeoverv for kidney mud bladder trouble weighed I FA patIRiiswhiea began us andfthepuiR1 ARIDDLEL4 i k i f jiLA 1 U Glyndon june 14 l SofruuOUta t OUr examinedo nantiersIforoneb D5czJ natlstics t is especial Importance In view of the fact that the United States in 1004 be came a rice exporting Instead of a rice importing nation increasing her exports 50 per cent aud decreasing her imports 20 per cent as compared with the transactions of the preceding year In the calendar year 1D04 the Importa tions of rice into the United States amounted to 137000000 pounds as against 178000000 In 1903 a decrease of 41000000 while the exports of rice Including the shipments to Hawaii and Porto Rico Vcre 138000000 as against 92000000 In 1903 In 1903 the purchases of foreigngrown rice by the United States exceeded its sales of that staple abroad by 8COOOOOO pounds whereas in 1H04 the sales abroad sllght ly exceeded the Importations of rice In view of these developments the following abridgment of Mr Bells report will be of Interest Rice cultivation in the United States has become an Important industry During the fiscal year 1899 the produc tlon was 250280221 pounds the land under rice cultivation was 342218 acres This year It Is calculated that tho yield will be about 470000000 pounds the land planted with rice being 043400 acres Notwithstanding this large increase it Is still Insufficient to meet time home demand Before 1860 the rice in the United States was practicably lim ited to the alluvial lands of the Care llnas Georgia Florida and totilsiana When labor conditions were altered after tbeetvii war the production in the eastern states decreased consider ably When machinery was adapted to rice production and It was discovered that the prairie lands of southwestern Louisiana and southern Texas with their impervious subsoils would dry before the rice harvest sufficiently to support machinery there was a revo lution In the rice industry Fifteen years ago there was scarcely- a barrel of commercial rl8e produced in what is now known as the prairie rice section of Texas which extends 400 miles along the gulf coastand con tains some of the most fertile lands on this continent These lands were then valued at 25 cents to 150 per acre Today Improved lands are worth on an average 1250 per acre Within the territory there pro about 30 rice mills with a dalircppacity of over 20 000 barrels of rice The following is a comparison of the average value per acre of rico lands with wheat lands in various states Rice coast couni20 00 Wheat Indiana 3 71 Illinois 32 Iowa I 10Kansas 973 Missouri 7 WIFE CHEAPER THAN HELP Economical Man Marries to Save the Pay of a Hired GirlSpouse Sues for Divorce Indianapolis IndMrs Ethel P Offenbacker wife of Harley S OfTen bake arellto doVarmfer whois su- Ing hi1uior J11cdfvorce for a pert oftlve hr anF jcatrIJIlolY tflfl 1ip lornour husbandtbecause it was cheaper than hiring a girl to help his mother She was married a year ago at this age of 17 On the day following thu ceremony she alleges she went to hist home and was put to work Immedi ately She testified that among the ar duous tasks he set for her was the cut ting of a held of oats and the feeding of stock two or three miles from home In the complain she stated thatOrren backer Is worth 10000 and that he offered her the choice between a wedding ring and a front yard swing when he proposed marriage Mrs Offenbacker declared that until she became too sick for heavy work her dally duties were to feed two horses carry water to two mules pump water for 2i hogs and nine cattle She also stated that the only money ha ever gave her was to buy some shoestrings New Tuberculosis Cure Pound Dr Alfred Goss of Adams Ni Y has apparently cured cases of tu berculosis by means of electricity and a germicide that kills tubercular ba cilli yet does not affect the albumen of the blood The huge static electrical machine he uses develops 2500 volts that after being passed through a high frequency apparatus Increases to sup posedly A million volts with such low ampeerage that when shot into the flesh through a vacuum surface electrode tha patient feels no unpleasant sensatldns He smears his germicide on tht patients breast back and sides and applies the electrode Lincoln Letter Brings 110 J One of the highest prices ever brought by an autograph letter of Abrahan Lincoln has just been recorded at an auction sale In New York The relic brought 110 It was addressed to a soldier who had deseifed the colcjrs and begged for reinstate ment Do Not be Imposed Upon FoleyCo Chicago orignate1 Hoa ey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on Recount ot the great merit and popularity of Foley8 Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask forPoIeya Honey and JMsame Mniefaction It ie mild lyjaxative il contaIns no opiates and ie8 itJJdelicate pwsehs sate by R C Stockton Jlm alL A- E I1r 1ALIit 1 + + cALlJ INI3S MRSI1ONS I SA ON PARLOR 0 t WEE IN f TOWN I I 0lest andost refresliinrr j4 h eLcrdIr ir h on Tap Address JOHN SEBASTIAN Pass Traf Mgr Rock Island Syst CHICAGO Public Sale flcdniy June 21 QI at 10 oclock a m at the residence 677 Acres Moran Farm on Silver Creek Madison county Ky This farm is well fenced with stone and BlueGrass wire fencingwatered amply with ponds and running water All it grass except about ICO acres Situat at the junction of the Bichmo Lancaster anti Mill Grove tur running back to Silver Ore miles from Richmond Kv It is occupied by two residences six tenan water mill to which st tached also three larj tor stock and tobacco inside fences in to field jrazillt101s aster pike at Mill Urov me of the best brick hot aunty beautifully situ manding eminence corn rooms and all living com cisterns and all necessary he yard full of shade trees idjacent There is plenty placeThe onehalf rail village of Silver Creek on th R R and about two miles ft ville at both of which places ichools and postnfiices an l liree churches There is arm This is one of the time Blue Grass country an time center of one of the I hoods from both a social cial standpoint This farm will bo oft uiction without reserv pst bidder in the followi LOT No 11 acres more or lh useand mill arijo Silver Creek fiorn Lo IHIDMi f rimniti- tGroo irkaviile tuoticl Lancatepii- f ek LOrNo2 300 acres nnru or less on both sides if the Mill Grove and Kirksville turn pike and on thu north bank of Sliver Creek containing the large brick residence two tenant houses barns or chard etc all in blue grass except 25 acres in cultivation LOTNO3 3I245 acres more or less at the junction of Mill rove and Rlc mond Lancaster turn pike adjoining Lot No2 con tamine two storv brick bouseol1tbnild- inif garden etc and two tenant houses All in grass except about 75 acres LOT No 4 117 65 100 acres more or less on the the Mill Grove pike across from Lots Nos 2 and 3 All in good meadow The above described lots will beof Cored separately then Lots No 3 and 4 will be offered together then Lots No 2 3 md 4 will be offered together as a whole and the offering bringing the most money will be declared a sale Possession given to pm dinner Janu try 1 1906 and general warranty deeds of conveyance made at that time upon compliance with the terms of sale TERMS Onethird of purchase money cash January 1900 tie balance in equal payments in one and twS years from January 1 1006 the purchaser to execute two possession notes of that date due in one and two years bearing six per cent interest from date and a lien to be retained in the deeds to secure the unpaid pnichase money The several lots subject to survey to ascertain actual quantity Forfurther information address WR Shackelford AgtR- ichmond KY A Goof Uu tfThe following applies stores in Winchester and isa goad pnj to follow by merchiantaeverywhmeleeaimee hilly during the hat months Many bf the stores are now clesingat an1 early henna the evening and others win follow iimployera are b fnnngt irecognize that a clerk caantveimjgb- eat eervic to his ewployerIba 1 pAtramut the store when lie Sem pettestto be ouduty trom twelve to ff ttii hours a iky Employers showing a lllwriUspiijt lia Jiiis xceeee oH and it wiII 000 D ttJir em l i 1JIL j y this Con 0anywhereand Louisiana Icanput and satlsfacto rnmuiilcatlo people of this Bcsectlon of the We solicit your patrdhagef Rates r able Equipments and facilities JQNtdemm passed f i1 i4 A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good =I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excruciating pain says A HTburnes a well known coal operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until I began taking Foleys Kidney Cure then the result was surprising A few doses start ed the brickdustliie substance anti now I have no pain across my kidnoyij nail I feel like a new man Itlnag ilo3u me SIOOO worth of good yofe Viad nov Cure will euro overt tor dt itR4e When jn tovn 1oOkinfr awagei trD4 rWe rtedObeliske best tits nade J01iytf IIi CelyerUros 7 reiephone BILand lIre JfoJ77arninY4CM1I5L have goo year Jjideevs areTsor Lhter the lilCotJ ttnerwise ae n break do body I s ThousA Have camnph P safe swe agent it every botU what is cL which is W- 1Paracam cooling he is hpjtb9elisa1025 itgoes direct to drilDuthe fevcr and- bytmtincin Perspirat I will c I SwchhiimgsNctraICatmrrb andlthPamcampL1Cuts absolute preventive Par1camph is the that you cai in the year- guamnte f rll- tP I 1S tr a14aic 11f d r 4WI Lr tfr 1 W Hte Pli I 4 3 tr ifIi1ItLlE Jt1 i S into twetimifnirml- ses pet term an as i pieces per week J 1 i ljii 25 00 h Header Grade 21 ik iiQ icticc per week tj 5 31 liii 20111 21 un I 1ti 25 tSlu no si lot tment 5 3 Ot i 5 tiil be wade to boarding WhO take either voice or rPgLzIar school work A r- c1Jile for tIle benefit of bhrd rl1 from Friday to Monday W to 41 I+ Special Summ V a I t r ilinoisl i J f everv t b Mo California apid Coterado andtpithe Lewis a d if 7 Vgj lfon t FUI- Gentral r J Iorsome new piece Our elfhIso a f lIre Char am Poles BariiIf r every description ini POR H Iw iich is nowfcn i i p gDfeur on the cor 0fjrtr 71 4 s and J et ussHg ntion is paid toio i I r 1takingT f- n tll OL j t f IchmSnd Ky novl7lr I j PHILOSOPHr A itce store and Modern Laifguagcs TBta lor o J Urenan Collects Language and Lilaalurt- fitiss Vesta Gtray Ji 1 tlrieinaict and Science Pia j JeVoice and Piano y l id Stringed InttrumenU LC t jT fl 2 Jt tf I 1IJt i t iJ V 1 V c 3f t S l i- u I tc I tVI iI il jIr iT r y 1 IL7 MAY 24 I ff SUPPLEMENT THE RICHMOND CLIMAX l90 1 I T 11 LOURi th- atfrdI 2akes F RollsI 14ar4 r cess for making Flour and Miis o t p llltt Our brands are iisto1ftient ATaturjjuc4 Belle 11l1ads 1 1 rADIByr11ELd IiStOfl1MIiIIr CoTS W4OKENTUd- kyYNfr T THLRMAN On Sausage Row DEWTAL SURGERY ak t t kot DBNTHIT OF LOOTBTILLE JET l3ulldtngi V M Blanton DENTIST cc lu BetUMttBalldlagTBLBPHONB For Rnt rt room on Second street r grocery or other line of iie Apply to Judge JC- this office tf Newby Carriage Works- A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar pricesbeforethis line We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky OO8 I Coal Coal The best Coal for for stoves and ranges is the Black Raven Round G 7 It has no equal Beattyville Coal Cp- V D R Freeman Mgr 1 JTel 74 Yards Aspen ave J 6tI J- jfI1i t ttmwmti k 0 3Taylorj rything the farmer needs J i or us j jsp ng Plowing J=He lipdles the celebrated I vuL3NpIOWn- dJ also hiCooking Stoves etc of 1the latest tern and lowest prices t4 ==== = jeand rxutttrinIl afj J J SpCicty- I i WeveUiredU1 l SamSHOWjind SIT ourAs our agent to goods and an jilVe5tfl1Lt thrugh him Ih us better thana Govern rneUt Bond r haspeda1offertng- ot Jueu SprisgiL 110J I They btllckrhiticu for dreSS and fancy and 4WotCdS wear in 1Ih medium and dark for busiiCU WC2t ThCt 1IUW AI1r WOOL and uade1nUlorxIgb1Y1lPt0tt- tWh3tweg5i you and enaure bIBn fowTHISad iii in Jutotrijstbeardold n btlUdlnlt 11seia the UMK 6POtone buSn o f00erFOllTYYHAJl PUJIOSH- DfGfi I Ye sNOKS IoreerY werAYECIJ0t98iWocth tWOdI trl- titksfor I111 fOIl jar froU LEVYSs4ark t LOtJISVILLJt a II TTC- f MtER ArroBasrt RlCHilOND OtSce n the BnrnamB irmets Natlonsl Bank j s jb1A troRNigeLAw RIO1TMO KENTUCKY acooyAjjStfiWmnk Trust Co op on Main Itreet CIJENAULTPATTORNEY8 ICHMOXD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen ults grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUN8ELLOILS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennett old law office over Perry iThomas drug store AC 91t 11a1t1 hA v i gl1l0JQ 1 Most LargestYielding Mammoth Red Cob White Dent The 1 zat1sbcorylarge GOLDEN KINGT- he bet early large yellow Fall stocks of other superior sorts Write for list and prices and improve your Crops BLUE RIBBON SEEDS Are always the mott economical to use IEB1L LOUS Largest stocks Vegetable and Flower Seeds AUDitS Rapes Grass isI CIOYer Seeds ecu Potatoes Cow Peas Soy Dean Mulct Sor ghum et- CDESCRIPTWE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUisviLLE KENTUCKY I I Spring Styles Spring is here and the time for general decorating Nothing helps the appearance of a room more than fresh paper and a new coat of paint or varnish Thats what we want to tell you about Our stock is complete We have new ideas galore in all the world you cant find better or more beau- tifulPAPER than s e are carrying this season Then too we employ skilled workmen and that means as much as merely selecting pretty paper One beauty about our superb stork is that of low prices We want you to come slut see us investi gate our line and we will promise you that we have the the goods and the proper styles We also handle all kinds of Window Shades and fixtures Picturee Oils Varnishes Paints etc Give us- a call G M Willgin 3 West Main Street RICHMOND KY A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plain Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured bis hand winch swelled up like blood poisoning BudS lens Arnica Salvo drew out the poison healed the wound and saved Lis lit e Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at R C Stocktons drug store IMARKS snCINCINNATI Rubberji rI t Diamonds j c Watches 1 CLocks7S CtitglassAll Jewelry I V andPreciousStonesof These are some of the V thingstobefoondatIalles Jewelry Store If your watch or clod refuse to go tate them to Lane he c will fix thtm If your ring needs resetting take it to ILanes hell fix that too 1 If yon want anything that V can be found in a first class Jewelry elllabllshment go to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles L E Lane c Jeweler and Optician 1 I trrtJIll III I Wife fsc I am q qt jot the celebrated LAMB AVIKE FENCE tno e Ashing to purchase the best wire fence will call on or address- J D LONG ayllOMyr Richmond Ky KILL THE COUGH MID CURE THE LUNC- SWITHOrKings Discovery I R C IOLDSh F IIPrice ItTRBOAT tpr Ml by J5L Q 7 lM Wrffil81 Jl7 aar 15A1SMENTOWSHSbat Cleanliness of Oovernment Einployes on Road Washington 1 cVHTea er all persons travellngupon tho public bust ness by order of the secretary pf tho treasury will be expect l to keep clean at the public expense hereafter clean liness will heui charge upon the United States treasury employe Tho Information asto the innova Usn Is contained In a circular letter signed by Secretary Shaw and sent to all whom it may concern After citing the new statute passed at the last ses sion Of congress which says that only actual traveling expenses may be paid it makes an enumeration of the items which may be included in an account The new rule differs from the old ono in only one particular That particular Is the addition ot the words reason able allowahcefor baths Before the now circular was filed chiefs of aiylsioh began discussing the question whether under the rule they will be permitted to approve hotel bills containing a charge for room and bath or whether in order to get a rea sonable allowance for baths the em ploye will have to swear that he went to the public bathroom and there lId pay the stm of 25 or 60 cents as the case may be They also spetulated as to whether the secretary will think it nec essary that the traveler should be al lowed the luxury of at least one bath per day The question whether it would be according to rule to have a room with bath arises from the fact that the strict let ter of the rule appears to limit a hotel bill to 5 a dayfor board oind lodging There is no question in their minds but that a man may under the rules pay 5 a day for his lodging and his meals and 50 cents a day for baths taken in the public bathroom but they are unable to decide whether a man may pay 525 a dsy to a hotel for the privilege of hav- Ing a room with a bath attached ODD BASIS FOR HER SUIT Man Sits in Womans Lap When Street Car Gives a Lurch Wants 10300 Cincinnati Because a street car on which she was riding gave a sudden lurch and Theodore WalkIng a proml nent business man of Latonla quite unostentatiously sat down in her lap for an instant Mrs Martha Bunch No 2006 Madison avenue Covington the widow of the late Henry Bunch wants damages In the sum of flO200 She claims that Wolking was neglect ing his duty In falling to support hin self by a street carstrap The suit was filed by B P Grazlana against the South Covlngton Cincinnati Street Railway company and Wolking Mrs Bunch alleges that she was on a car bound for Cincinnati and that when the car reached the Coyington entrance to the suspension bridge by reason of negligence the car was al lowed to round the curve at a high rate of speed bringing up on the straight piece of track beyond with a sharp Jerk The Plaintiff further alleges that Theodore Walking waa standing In front Of her and not having taken the precaution to cling to a strap was pre cipitated Into her lap when the car swung around the curve She claims that by reason of this fact she suuered great mental and physical suffering PREMIUM ON OLD MAIDS St Louis Deed Offers Prize of 310000 to Girls to Remain Unmarried for Long Time St Louis Mo According to the terms of a quitclaim deed filed In the re corders office at Clayton a suburb real state valued at 10000 is the prize that awaits one of the four daughters of H W Hough who succeeds the longest in avoiding marriage The daughters are Misses Miriam Jessie Emeline and Effle Hough According to the deed the sisters nra to share equally as tenants in common while they remain unmarried If one weds her interest is to Inure to the otheis If all marry but one she is to have the fee sImple to all the property If however she marries she is to be do prlved of all interest in the property In that event the deed stipulates tha whole of the property shall test in either of them who shall be a widow The young women are well known in social circles They refuse to explain or discuss the matter Catch Pike1IeadedWhaleP- rovlncetown Mass will have the honor of sending to the Smithsonian institution a perfect specimen of one of the rarest varieties of whale known as the pikeheaded whale Copt Backus of the House Point life saving station found the whale stranded well up on thu beach and still alive and made a line fast to It The whale was sold to Sylvester Ellis and he received 90 for it Great Snakes in Missouri A Boston engineer has discovered the remains of a huge prehistoric animal possibly a dinosaur near Sedalia Mo Missouri is a state in which it Is easy to see things but this creature since sim- Ilar remains have been found in Kansas may turn out to antedate the use of alcohol among the human tribes An Unnecessary Measure As to that story about the czars at tempt at suicide just reflect for a mo ment how unnecessary such an extreme measure would be in a laUd where the guild of journeymen bomb throwers is so enthusiastically active Because the lvci s Xlglcctcdxope l iiTee constipation biliousness aUacJtthelnngsand safetoorderill sosuivalasnlivatasUimganddrastic healthful laxative that ctires constipation cud may be taken a Oslbleh3nThe hcsd thfnl action on the liver aIinTigoratipgJx ausd the liver and do hot work r npisohous along with the lvate from broodandviiulebt Timely ireatment wit thedangenwlaw positivelj forvslall disease easoLtiadran lIO1UI1 A tDi7 WHENBABY IS COMINGUSE MothersFriend Womans greatest dream of beauty and glory is when nature has chosen her to- become mother Every faculty is keenly alert as she foresees the joy ambition success and thelifelong satisfaction cow lug near day by day in the dear and innocent being so soon to see light and the uncertainty whether she shall see a sweet girl or a brave boy face beside Item on the pillow adds zest to her expectancy Mothers Friend applied externally throughout pregnancywill relieve the of no mother and childcan fail to be healthy hearty strong clear blooded and mutuallylailuenceti great liniment MOTHERS FRIEND Buy of drng ts roo per bottle Our treatise Motherhoodmailed free KE BBABFIELD RECTJUTOB AlltnU Qs Farm Lands No700Afino dairy farm of 53 acres just out side city limits of Richmond Kv cw eightroom double story frame dwelling with basement and water works large stock barn new 01x100 portion ar ranged especially for dairy Well watoied and feared all in grass a line location Price and terms reasonable No 10117 acres line blue land two and onohilf miles from Richmond on one of the best pikes In the county dwelling of five rooms large stock barn splendidly atered good neighborhood and is certainly cheap at the price 7650 per acre No 702120acres of firstclass land two miles from Richmond all in grass is very productive and adopted to the growth of any of tho CPreals common to this county Well waterel and fenced Tine improve mpnts consist ofa handsome frame residence of ten rooms in splendid repair all necessary outbuildings a largo stock barn almost now This is n fine place well improv d arid equipped and just the right distance from town No 703ill acres on good pike threefourth mile from town The land has bpen in blue grass for years and is adopted to the growth of hemp tobacco corn or wheat has good fencing and an abundance of stock water A seven room new cot toga house with bath good cellart outbulltllngllThis sure to please you No 704105 acres Ian IIall in blue grass fine sod onehalf tulle from Richmond small residence of foiir rooms good stock barn is wellVa tered and fenced and will bo sold worth the money No 705145 acres two and one half miles out on one of time mot popular pikes leaTllng into Richmond Residence is a tenroom frtme mOil ern In construction and has all nc 5d ed conveniences AT smaller outbuildings and two good stnck b trust one tenant house Is in per feet repair good garden and plenty of fruit anti shade This is consid ered one of the prpltlest homes in tint county and is cheap at the price asked No 70G200 acres about one and orihalf miles Vest of Richmond on a good pikpnUln blue grass except titleug od orchard residence of six Tooms anti oil necessary outbuild i ijrs A part of this land is virgin till and most nil will produce hemp opportunltyseldom offered for sale Terms easy No707113 acre tobacco land one mile from Paint Lick Ky one third in grass balance crop two tenS ant houses three barns under good fence never failing water price 160 per acre Terms easy and possession to suit purchaser No 708257 acres land on pike ten miles from Richmond Good ten acre tobacco barn stock barns two residences can be divided into two farms giving residence with each The farm is mostly in grass well fenced and finely watered price 5 per acre No 7O97i acres thin land at Kirksville Ky divided into four fields water in every field part of the land in bluR grass balance in cultivation This land will grow to bacco hemp corn or wheat fine neighborhood nnd good schools and churches in the village of Kirksville Residence adjoining u be sold with land No 710 rl6 acres about onehalf mile from city limits all in grass well watered by ponds and brooks fencing good sixroom dwelling good cistern orchard garden and stable everything in firstclass con dition and cheap at flop7 per ncr Terms easy j pp Town Property No lloo Two and onebait acres with elegant blck1csideneoott n rooms bath commodious stable poultry house and other outbuildings good garden and some fruit located on one J1hebctic- sidertco streets in rubmop4prico- 4500Terms 33o 11 olj Nice twu story sixroom residence on a good street near center of the city lot 45x2oo feet good stable and garden residcnto is in firstclass condition and Is s very desirable home and cheap at 2ppp No l log Twoatory brick rest dence of ten rooms on Wet Main street kitchen malls batti room and basement front and Ide porches metal roof mind is nicely finished in allot its departments lot is 9ox46o feet gootgarden taW0 and other utbnH it I ill sell On easy term or trade forfarm Inspection ItlR viteti few opportunities to Ut t Kb 11 m I uD4 iI i 1i lDR LAfAH- otel Gtyndpxn Wednesday Juno 14 L We have never shown a larger st of Carriages flurries BU jZies and rn t1ourtiers at moderate prices The best rub her tire ipplycd and guaranteed Ifor usIWorks S L MidkifflPdw Strain too Great Hundreds of Richmond Readers Find Dally Toil a Burden The hustle and worry of buSiness- men The hard work and stooping of work men The womans household cares Backache headache sideaelie Kidney troubles urinary troubles follow Semuel T Green retired farmer and feed dealer residing on Holt Avenue Mt Sterling Ky says Doans Kid ney rule were worth their weight in gold to ale That is my opinion and tine following are my reasons For a good many years I suffered with kidney trouble brought on I believe by straining myself at heavy lilting and hard work while on the farm The dull mining across tho small of my hack and the sharp pains if I stooped or straightened made life anything hut pleasant to me There was also a very annoying end distressing urinary ill Ill culty particularly observable at night- I took all kinds of medicine supposed to bin good for kidney tronble and loco bred a great deal hut without obtaining any noticeable benefit until I pro urnd Doans Kidney Pills The change the first box made in my con iliton was surprising and I continued tire treatment by taking another when all symptoms of disordered kidneys disappeared and I fplt myself cured Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people all at B L Mid deltons tiring store and ask what his customers report For sale by all dealers Price 50c FosterJIilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole acents for the United btntes Remember the nameDoan and take no other may Yon cannot arord to purchase new bncgv until you have examined our line and prices Cblyer Bros lOmytf liiporUnt Change of Time on thLoohyillc 4 Atlantic Railroad On Sunday April IClh the following chatigps will be made in the arrival and departure of trains on the Louisville Atlantic Railroad at Riclmond viz Train Ko 2 will depart at 600 a m wine as at present Train No1 will arrive at same time as at present 11 54 a in and will depart at 1205 pm for Irvine and Beat tyville Junction arriving at Irvine 103 Beattyville 240 and Beattyville Junction at 300 pm Train Xo 4 will leave Beattyville Jnc ion at 33lp m arriving at Rich noiid at 7 85 p m Trnln No 3 will arrive at Richmond nrn Versailles at same time as at indent 810 p m Trnin No 5 will leave Richmond at 130 a m arriving at Irvine at 730 eattyyille at 905 leave Beattyville at 1003 and arrive at Boattyville June ion at 1020 a m in time for connec Lion with the L E for Jackson Train No 0 will leave Beattyville Junction at 1030 a m arrivine at Richmond at 130 pm leaving at 135 p m for Versailles arriving latter point at 325 pm making close con nectfon at Nicholasville and Versailles forjrains for Lexington and Cincin nail and Shelbyville arid Louisville Sunday service will be inangurated BrstSunaay in June Schedule will be announced later M HACKsn Agent Catarrh Catarrh Catarrh All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of Bunsens Catarrh Guru to refund the money if it fllsto euro any case of nasal catarrh catarrh 4 I deafness or catarrh of the head no matter of how long standing One ap plicittiolt gives ease and rest Contains uo mercury or other injurious drug Bunaens Catarrh Cure is the only catarrh remedy sold on a positive guarantee Nocure no pay price 50c The approach of spring finds us fu better condition than ever before to serve tLe people of Madison and ad joining counties During the past year lour warerooms have been enlarged and are filled with the nicest and most complete line of Carriages Buggies Depit Wagons Pheatotis etc ever placed on display in any city in Central Kentucky Our wacons rangd In priciss from 38 to 130 buggies 50 to 5200 Depot wagonsand Carriages 130 to 1525 If it is your intention to pnrcbase a vehicle of any description you should take advantage of the large stock now on display at our shops and call at once and examine those goods and get our price- sRicnxoo CARRIAGE WORKS SL MidkilT Prop Jr n j r r I 1Ev IrJiijeat Central Routii rti Lroni Cincinnati and the South i TO f TOLEDO eveqcla1tiAND I DETROIT 3eautlful Trains each way eTtr1Mi II O arClportantrityAiid tMICiIGAN OB dIly trains Ohmbrtf yinis SWTM Y Oil aaJdJ0KStattott 4 J1itkr O 7 LNt4cLLLLT + 4 iI tINIr flERSHONS SAIOON PARLOR WHEJ IN TOWN lest and i fost refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city S TQ dispensed ndaccommod ii A oelllii ra I Water eptoD Tap a it hotie See nd St I o1d1FhIIca announce to ib tihli tlia they received the jnetand most beautiful ci lcJido r Marble olitF1 Granite T ever in Richmond TradeaJL at home where you get tlie4 best goods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street OLD JOEWHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Everydropgusrnn teed to be pure Is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want tire best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles 5 II II 5II jues26C 5II bottles 3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SE AROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBra3 er novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F Enright First Street liijjlu Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space dailySpecialEteurston Home Seekerstand Colonists Tickets on Sale from Time to ThulThrough Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Elec tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN JOlfW TO TAXIS A TRIP Consult your Local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or addressJ W Hamilton Agent KyWM proitRIGUT Important Henorandam no10l 0 i pOI4s srnt t ZIe 4 TrrliJ Kinloch Paint is Oil Right muse you get the oil in the right way not as in ReadyMixed Paint but separately You buy the thick Kin loch Pigment in one can and the fresh pure raw linseed oil from the barrel thats the right way When youappljr the paint you have the oil irshandparVe about paint and we can heartily recommend Kin loch Paint Its the one paint that is paint alone not readymixed but readytomix L BR QI Paint Lick Ky lfio t 5i c E Douglas r r II com r4 n th We Are in Line Now for Almostv Anything that can be Used b- yhousekeeper Our stock is wjth all kinds of Granite and andUtensilsof every descrip on Lamps In fact everything tcs from wh in a firstclassRacket Storeer Our Prices are Extremely 2smtsCall on us at our Store below McKees dL The Racket SCone 1MainFVEGTABL ftAin Always restores color to gray hair all the darkricJ PStops falling hair nlsn Sold for fifty JaCC townr1M AY P L tSns15to20caya Moquette Rugs e I BRING IS U M iuE Rwidths and leng I OYSTIcool WIaslaOregontine and delightful theres Colorado the c4al of OXFCata over plan your outiug this year Illustrated free i4LbVerY Low r tmrand tans all pi t1h i GeoHi Lee Little iOC Tk ri 44madei TodayI jiiimer Time Its u t fThis store has bentikts for Men Youths Of Richmond for ylearfFur Hats newest shapes goo so Vcare prepared 4 0 Gs Fur Hats at oOc taSl in Olir line for tlle straw Hats latest styles alp Suggest a few t1iiItliti Youths Straw 10COS our hnefZZ a 1 Our Ul 3 Our InelclurlW e 3 That L is orl iastidire gone What more ctf c i Whit U i I i isGREATS 2flflfl worth oh Bqys and 01 ers prIces Weare We Have Cut Mothers and fathers we C Jnte e- Z IqyiitisiortpsatS oosing fiowI to- at t Our 3IU4 IIiuits abort put 1 i OnrR071 260 TiIsagretSaCrlt luUlkJjtll4 filICHM0NDn 0 I U 4 IP M r = iIL r f fl l l Lk H tIS 1 nd= iU Ii ij Chse are Carriage Bttyi gLLIr Fine weather fine roads Fine Prices or r i anything we have Buggies Surries Depot Wagc s f Runabouts it fact every style of vehicle man or woman could v want Dont make your purchase until you see my stock and prices lrepaint retire and repair t ot 0 F IxeixducWCama e VJDorkif rnn rS n 232rSPHONE 3 IPecbls I Sweet Hickory CoffeeF it Frasa Bros SOLE AGENTS 4 tfIC MAIN WHEET ill t = PHONE IBS rrtR ijchmond Climax tq SDAY MAY 24 1905 n e thousand electric lights are ed on the dome of the Capi ihiiiRton in sole agents for the celebrat bUourthe best thats made tf Colyer Bros ie Nightingale the Cri nurse recently passed her vhirthday h anniversary of the birth sox the great Scottish reo Celebrated last Sunday liver pain Burns cuts Instant relief Dr z Tistric 011 At any drng doll has exteude y the keltners appearance at fenday to Thtir a inI titrate Feltnerclaim la guard to protect Me has to Jachson The b i ifMalgeJ cddtntl r r trayisat Beattyville ll nploye of the L AI the tram and was soI his death resulted iDeceased formerly f tatian be some misunder t Elks reception t on Thursday to r saylt invited to attend cwill be between t eleven ltate ihucly heirs to the anelitate in Texas on the 26th toik secure same fled by Col John iitlle I administrator BiW Bean Cue tAiemocrat Ielby Jet k ow of tlpI t eli her onI g lp wirklng a tI I sroiia step i sp instepyrlely l Jett or quite- zwr o tau- nt1 1 rk f Pictorial ews It tr fc which L y every iItIP jis gratu and er neuthIle theI kby k Q il 7 a t t I 1 I F 1 J yr i N J t ahz I 1 ii t 1 talc y I r 1 J Good flour iakes luppy hones We aws l agontsfofthe celebrated Obelisk the bee t111t8 made 10mytf W Colyer Bros It was almost n miracle Burdock Blood Bitrs cured me of a terrible breaking rut nJ over the body I am very prMeful Miss Julia Fibridge West Gornwell Conn I Sells Saloon to Richmond Man A W Creekmore has sold his saloon at 19 South Mill street this city to G ant Bank ol Richmond Ky who has already taken possession Mr Qreekmore purchased the place three years ago and was for a while asso elated with Capt J D Feeney in the business He was the first saloon keeper in the city to obey the Sunda closing order promulgated several months ago and has steadfastly ad hered to his resolution not to allow his place opened on Sunday so long ag the ordinance prohibited it Mr Creekmore has not decided yet what he will doLexington Leader Closing Rental Quite a number of friends and pa trons gathered at the home of Mrs G W Piokols on last Saturday afternoon the occasion being the closing recital of her music class Mrs Pickels is one of our best and best known teachers herself an accomplished musician and her splendid work as a teacher is plain ly reflected in her pupils The program rendered Saturday was much enjoyed and was rendered by pupils of all agee from little tots up to more ad vanced ones and each number was played with careful precision and correctness with thorough technicalwork Mrs Pickets is to congratulated over her success in this line each yar seeming to eclipse previous ories Thoughtless annd Ungrateful People It is hoped this item will reach the eyes of those guilty as well as those innocent of the habit of emptying trash into the gutters of our streets particu larly where said gutters have just been tidily cleaned by the street department For two weeks Street Commissioner Lackey has had his hands at work cleaning up our streets and gut ters for the especial benefit of the visit- Ing Knights Templar We find that some housekeepers are thoughtless to fling trash and dirt into the gutters thus cleaned spoiling the work tone the Commissioner and evidencing Jdlnary 11Doj fFoley k Co Chicago orf ed lion ev and Tar as a throat ann iiing remedy and on account oi the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and TarI many imitations are offered for thet genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tai and refuse any substitute offered- as no other preparation wil give theI same satisfaction It is mildly laxative Itcontains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons F01I kale by R 0 Stockton 17mlmet CedUantltb Notes The Cecilian Club met with Miss Tillie Tribble on last Wednesday afternoon and proved more delightful so elaIy than musically in view of the fact that a numberpf members on the- grogram were absent cutting the music j WPickaided eetine with roll call to which isponded with a familiar Taran at being the subject for the At and discussed fully aN wpm Vent and modern f rms of Vmong the musical numbers t by Mesdames Neale Ben V D Miller a beautiful y Miss Laura Bright and a v ry frs G W Pickels A bests weje present and at W H the prpcram delirious tblirrles and cakes were Jb meetlllg will be with ker which will close the o the Cecilian Clu- bN10NIAL vOn last Wednes Aams and Miss Dora litcd in marriage by- natthe Christian prosperavj most attractive strikingYyr zt of Mrs W L a she bas of Amax extends eNlake Tiptpn L t F 1 I =w tAf t tI t I r IIIII r h 1 J 4 5 1 f l jt ri t L rv jLI A IYfielhk Oi i V 1W4xtIst it f t YOUfta rrfiJ I very 10 18 Youmans in the a very of fron s1 J50 250 Kv The NewPrincipal of Madison Below is a good likeness of Professor G P Simmons will begin his da ties as Principal of Madison Institute the next rly seventies came to Kentucky where he a preparatory conrseI under Professor Milton Kirksville In the fall of 1S7S he entered KeJickv fTnivereity and the Bible College graduating in the highest honors in his class In ISSGhe married Miss Mary K Key a graduate of Sayre Instinte of Lexing tonProfessor Simmons has the pastorates in Albany lad Richmond Mo Clintonvilln Ky and Newton Falls Ohio While at the last named place he was nominated as Democratic candidate for the Board Education but was not elected as Republican forces were strong In the following spring he was again and was by a handsome majority defeating one of and known Republican candidates in Newton Falls When the new Board met for reorgani zation he was on motion of a Republican member elected Chairman HP finally resigned his pastorate at New r r i 1 v j are are o fb to fit no be or to all on to of fit t vx it to in a c in of in 8 i of in f I c to 2 3 4 5 who with term took 18S3 with held New very the best as or ton Full in order to move South w th his family whose health was being cn by the winters of Ohio Since to Ken tucky he has most schools at and Paint Lick is an elegant refined and cal and one most ably fitted to take charge of such a school as In He and his will a warm from our people at the L A Machine Shops What came near being a double tragedy occurred at the L A Machine Shops where a dim culty arose between Bud White a ne gro and the sub foreman at the shops The two became in a over some matter of minor importance and the negro firing at Beck steot whom he missed two bystanders were Mr James the blacksmith at the shops was hit by one of the balls which passed completely his left lung The other victim was Mr Everett Green who only a slight fresh fwound on the n ckfor once to the Gibson where he received prompt and his feel very of the case Mr stands good chances for recovery the danger being In pneumonia setting in This caused much deep regret the and of the road as well aa among the Mr and his entire family who have the best wishes and earnest of all in their of and The negro made his escape ahd when last seen was some distance from town on the pike If caught he will be given the full extent of the law High class at Grand Op era House 4 nights commencing Wed May 24 Bert Com edians headed by Bert e king of laugh Anna Golde the sweetest of Little May greatest of all artists the worlds mnkcal artists ant Jramae Only 10 A and SOc Go tonight Good Health to the Children i Children especially are fond of and the housekeeper must carefully to their food goodcake canbe made njy with good so also a cake that is health as well as dainty raised with a pure and perfect baking powder Royal BaHng Powder is indispensable in the preparation of ffie highest lit of food It imparts that peculiar ligh kFc ness and flavor noliBq b finestcake biscuitydoudriP Hr J morel 1tJ =j a iJJI WHILE STOCKS FULL F wt pays to buy you clothes early while assortments large and before he choicest styles and patterns soldoutthe best first know Our rtocome early exactlyrthe size matter whether you tall short leanwe keep sizes speciallyadapted and a good tailor the spot make any necessary alteration storeYwe sell the famous handmade suits IRosenwald Well Kirsc aunt SteinBloch and Peck firms whose productions stand at the forefront for style and good wearing quality if there was bet have Splendid shay you Blue Serge Unfinished Worsted Fancy Cheviots Wool other fine fabrics tailored the height fashion and priced the greatest moderation 5 s 1250 15s i 20 Finest everything else mens Manhattan Shirts Barkers Collars Perrins Gloves finest Hosiery Neck wear and Belts HATSStetsons Pioneer the very best brands world and large assortment the newest styles select Every hat fully guaranteed J25 350 nominated victorious strongest wear dermined rigorous Northern coining conducted successful Kirksville Professor Simmons Christian gentleman tured Madison stitute family receive welcome difficulty Monday afternoon George Beckstedt involved dispute becoming enraged began However innocent wounded Anderson through received Hospital surgical attention physicians hopeful Although seriously wounded Anderson only accident among employes employers nelyhborsandfriends- of Anderson sympathy days suffering suspense Lexington vaudeville uesday Marshalls Marshall f makers singers juvenile comedies dainties lo As eggs ful must be qua sweetness r1 1 fat shapes things Crashes 650 HANAN and WALKOVER SHOES These two lines constitute a great shoe teameach the finest of its class Hanans HIt 6exceptIonk4 WalkOvers lead the world in the 350 and S4 class finest leathers perfect fittingstylish shapes and unequaled for wear And a great assortment of other shoes of every style and kind each full value for the price 125 150 175 2 250 3 Solt easy plow shoes for tender feet qOVINGTON J l BANKSA nearifP ARE veryI Richmonds Welcome TO THE Knights TemplarSelec- ted by Mrs Cyrus T Wells W Main Sreet Welcome welcome Sir Knights Templar welcome to our Homes Our Lodges have been opened to everyone who comes Our City glows with brightness our lights are burning clear And well meet upon a LEVEL and part upon a SQUARE In the glinting ottho morning and the gloaming of the eve Well clasp each other by the hand and vow we wont deceive There is no COMPASS to our welcome for our doors we ope to thee Andour GAVELS will be wielded with FAira HOIE AND CHARITY Welcome welcome Sir Knights Templar Welcome to our Old Kentucky Home Fraternally well greet you youre welcomb to our Halls For we give the true Masonic grip to our City of the Hills Well wear our LAMBSKIX APRONS too EMBLEMS or Pdunv And Brothers well togethermtet and dwell in UNITY Well PLUMB our actions before men and virtues in accord For were guided by pur BIBLE and guarded by our SWORD With the wisdom of King Solomon well put discord tcek Like the builders of his Temple well peacefully abide The motto of true Masonry well follow to the end Be father to the fatherless and to the widow friend For our Orderis an ancient one1 we always strive to heed The pleadings of the orphan and relieve the widows need Of the Sciences our GIS the greatest and the best But our MONITOR has taught us we must study all the rest With our TKONVEL well cement our BROTHERLY LOVE TOKEN Ere the SILENT CORD be loosed or the GOLDEN BOWL be broken Heres a welcome to our Banquet Boards well fill with mirth and jest And feel that pride we all should feel that youre our honored guest From golden vessels the corn woll pour to nourish and sustain The wine of refreshment and oil of Joywill the silver vessels contain With strains of music soft and sweet we bid you welcome here And with songs of love and gladness well try your hearts to cheer But well GAUGE our time like Alfred the Great in the wee sma hours of rest And a portion devote to the service of prayer and praise for the Most High Priest And if we safely moor our ARK well Axcnoit byo and bjo And finish up our Temple when we reach the Courts on High t For our HOUR GLASS Is the emblem of how swift tho moments flee The Scythe of Time cuts the brittle thread and then pursoulsare fee For He who rules the Universe will keep us in His care So when our Mission here is done well find a home up There But when we part if neer we meet this side the Crystal Sea Well say not MINE but TIIINE ba done een then So mote it be Welcome Brother Templars by Gods Grace well strive to pleuso With tho smile of Ills approval IN HOC SUING VINCES Strayed r State Prom the pasture bt John X Todd near Crutcher on May 19 a dark bay mare 14J hands high with short mine and rouged tail and heavy fh foal A libera1rewardwdl be paid for intorrna tkm leadiBg to recovEryan at this office Or Mcfirath Williams j R V D N 01 Richmond Kj 24 i2t Grand Opera house 4nights ml B9flCiBg Wednesday May 24 Manhalls fUHoU8 ccasditiaeattoclitlb clse vamkvtll The kin l of show yea want to tree Seseati4al prtcoa10 Oaad39c iiill LJrdrttFW Lorievm M rf ill ueziilbitigeI l tCy j J 1 rt1 f li 0c Hose From Sway Italy Signor Ricci thf good natured and popular caterer at Joes has returned from his old home LuccRItaly nor did he return alone He was accompanied by big bride who is a smterto our own Joe Glimchigliani and who will receive a warn welcome to lUchmoud herland Mrs Ricci and wWree for them a life of unalloyed happtneM A Csspl1 est ee lKati Kr Kferpfce One of the wotkltew bet alleged in decorstiiij fI iHl iHuminafi igtbe tits fg r tiifCoucfiivi wbieti M now on In parneetstatedtbet Richmond llbE tter prepared to VUtt jiiMrte M itthould for oOeMioa tbtui th JftlddIJloDailocudMeeDUWtkha and the etatric pluat ielsg ail qltlremft Uk the tWaetka town iii NNur31T ie Iii oigii t e bat ioatkl1atooe 500 pat I IUtIJtmon1 proud ndeed oyei o one Iof out toree PfOJrfHtIIII t Right Time to Cure Catarrh B L Middelton Guarantees Hyomei Will Cure if Used Now The early summer when the weather becomes warm and settled is the best time of the whole year to treat catarrhal troubles with the expectation of com plete and lasting relief Everyone who has catarrh of the head and throat should know how fool ish it 14 to try and cure it by drncging the stomach Until recently lour physician would have said that the only way to cure catarrh would be by a change of cli mate but now with Hyomei you can carry a healthgiving climate in your purse or vest pocket and by breathing it ft few minutes four times a day soon core yourself Everyone who has catarrh or even a tendency to catarrh should use Hyo met now for the benefit will be gained twice is quickly and the disease thor oughly eradicated from the ystem The complete Hyomei outfitcosts but one dollar and includes a neat pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and suffi cient Hyomei for several weeks treat mfiiit The inhaler lasts a lifetime and if more Hyomei is needed extra bottles can be obtained for 60 cents In Richmond there are scores cf well known people who have been cured of catarrh by Hyomei If it does not cure you n L Middelton will return your money This is the strongest evidence he can offer as to his faith the remedy Shackelford Co can interest you by giving you prices on the American I Steel Fencing 8mchtf r IfNow is the time to plant Caladium Tuberose Gladiolus Iiflowers always on hand and special attention given to funeral designs v AlbertFor 300 blue grass farms by Richmond Real Estate Agency V virtuesaaothe f Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup ntf tures own remedy for coughs and colds Winchester beet J A Ramsey reports only About lrO cattle on the market A few eniootn steers and heifers brought 4c to 700lb steers 3 to 3Jic 600lb smooth heifers 380 About 500 sheep on the market Ernest Little of Montgomery county bought 240 ewes and lambs at 240 per head also 35 bucks andweth Irs at 225 Small crowd in town I t 2 J j gJlL6s The lost Teephone 18i 7j All vehicle ti by us is guafft sented It is please our patr S since found out to honest in our deal goods at seasonal eau and we will goods are the bjl cheapestRICHMOI S L hy bu you coq hi tsame rho Cos tiflOFence It f Shackltard klower deanever i ICon1ct Ikgj JIare adrattlarly so- perbly 5 they fit To tic pel is only order a ii Trit J T goodsfromr e Npgamefi leaves our house u11less t e ijtomer is pperfectlysatisfiedA o r RICL iHD IRoHIL 1 CE HOUSE 1Cl1rTStr i Ri n 1- I riT = r cf vz y 1 1 1SUPPtEMENT ur THE RICHMOND CLIMAX t MAY 24 19051 I9 D 0 E3 4 a o E1 67 FQ Q Q o Q fQ Q Q Q Q Q Q E3 IQ 1Q Q Q Q Q Q t La Q QQ Q Q 13 Q Q E3 E3 E3 E7 ErEfd E3 4 4I a r a d i IOsus I pE- 3 Q- 4t WWaw A r sssa stses r s ss s swmsrie s eaesri s Qt In TIE MLIABSORBING TOPIC OF THE HOUR 2 THE EVENT OF THE SEASON jA day when everyone will be alive with enthusiasm J You will want to join the happy throng and your attire must by no means suffer in comparison i You will want to look your best A Your every want has been anticipated by us We suggest below the means whereby you can obtain the right Iiarticles for your apparel at the right price A Every article named is a bargain IIII y jr ic Bargain Offerings In Wash Goods Printed Lawns 4 1=2 ctsS FIguredand scroll patterns suitable for Dressing Sacques Kimonas Wrappers etc light and medium colorings real value 61c a yard Our price ftc Printed Voiles 10 and 12 l2c per yd Mixed grounds with dots make attractive and servicable Shirt Waist Suits Price10 and 12 c I JILargefi i R Conclave F IBtrratingI Quantity 4c Silk Spe ciTaJs27 inch CHINA SILK in any color desired Price 45c 21 find 27 inch FANCY CHANGABLE SILKS Price 68 to 95c 1 yd wide BLACK TAFFETA SILKS guaranteed to wear Price 75 9Sc 125 Rea d y r to wear SkirtsW- eare showing a nice line of WASHABLE SKIRTS in plain and fancy colorings at 98c to 150 A great line of SICILIAN SKIRTS in black blue brown and fancy dots at 257 to 5 Choice selections medium weight SKIRTSin Broad Cloth Venitians etc at 168 to 650 I ness Goo sLarge line plain and colored Mohair 50 inches wide at 45c Voiles etc ranging in price from 25 to 9Se Beautiful assortment fancy colored ii 38 to 54 inches wide at 45 to Si38n Childrens and Oxfords Childrens Shoes black blue tan red and white soft sole Price 10 25 50e Childrens patent leather kid and tan Shoes good quality at 39 50 75c SI 125 Childreus white tops tan and patent leather Price 50c to Sl and tan in from 75c to S2 at and Tan lace toe and toe 75c to LADIES SHOES AND OXFORDSand tans at to 350 at 150 S2 to 53 black 9Se t2 Suits in ages from 3 to 16 years and Price 98c to S5 Suits in ages from 3 to 10 years X150 to 350 s Suits IOU from S3 50 to 10 I X v Batiste 5c aVd A of and floral patterns 7oca= value 5c Shirting Madras 18c yd f line o f neat 32 wide This sells for 25c our 18c Misses Shoes Oxfords Misses kid patent leather Shoes ranging price Misses leather Strap Oxfords 125 S150- Misses Oxfords plain with strap tip 150 Ladies Shops patent leather 98c125 Lades White Oxfords 125 Ladies Oxfdrds latest styles kid patent leather tansrSl25 IgFj Ladies Oxfords for Childrens ranging plain fancy colorings Childrens Norfolk good quality goods Price nobby patterns good qualityiranging variety figured Price Imported Madras choice shirting styles inches quality always price and patent L Suits PRINTED LAWNS AND BATISTE 7 1 2 and 9c We have never shown so many pretty dainty patterns from which to chose Regular 10 and 12c Our price n and 9c Mohair LusterNice line Mohair Luster looks like real Luster Made in dark grounds with small figures suitable for shirt waists and suits r 1 n at r Shoes Jfom lJeault2ers Carpets attinlslJllgs lace Lurtians Brussels allwool Ingrains Granites etc at 15 to 75c per yd We have just received the greatest line of MATTING ever shown in your town Regular 35c quality Matting twotoned Medallion effects and all the newest designs Our special price for the present is 25c per yard yardNiceJUTE RUGS 30x60 9Sc Moquetfce Rugs large size 250 Moquette Rugs extra large 350 Lace and Swiss Curtains newest designs extra widths and lengths 39c up 1MENS AND BOYS SHOES AND OXFORES Boys Shoes and Oxfords kid patent leather and tans 125 J50 J75 2 Youths Shoes and Oxfords kid patent leather and tansy all pikes Mens Shoes and Oxfords J25 and up e1 I The famous T E TiIt Shoes best on earthmade in newest styles patent leather and tans 3501 c Mens Youths and Ghildrens Clothing and Hats he hood ova Summer Time d Mens i 4 1 r Fancy Worsteds Cheviots Serges and Homespuns Mens twopiece Suits nobby patterns latest styles ranging in price from 4 to S10 Mens Blue Serge Suits made in round and square Price S10 to 1250 i Mens Fancy Worsted Suits neat nobby patterns round or square 4QS to S18 Mens Black Cheviot Suits 750 to 15 11 Jcents and 3Jn Hats for Men Youths and Boys Mens Pur Hats newest shapes good quality Prifce S1 to Sf Youths Fur Hats at 50c tolMens Straw Hats latest styles allprices Boys and Youths Straw 10to Sl 0 Yie ii JS ciilt Yqu need goods You want thrr icefor i the best quality We needimoney We E1tJ have the goods We want to dispose of them lion t wait untilallthe good things areaoneW s Some now and select what you want and we will allbe happy together v pi aIill r A E Iw h k s per m- flj Lat rtme tIf e tMAI i AND FJSRTs s RICHMOND K def egula wttl wh from FrJI w r l m IIIi 1 wrL A o p J t iE rtr 1 t TJr 1r t f kt r 7f I+ THE Country71 71 Store t I IIV TOWN m BUY FOR I cASH + + SELL FOR + r CASH + fi vWe handle Groceries Queenswafe Hardware mF Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies p4Road Carts etc In fact most every article t used on farm or in kitchen Iit J I Rememberour CASH PRICE makes goods very low when 7Acompared with the credit system 7FWE SELL THE I ynhbur hill n Plow m the most substantial and easiest running plow in the world Examine and give us your order 7F Fencing Wire Roofing etc F ffi + Try our Old Fashioned +i Country MeaL Cheap at Poultry Eggs Hides +and Furs bk = I Colyer Bros M I Phone 237 Main Street RICHMOND KY We are still agents for the old andreliable I 1jver Chilled Plow no introduction as there is none stterj We also sell the Bissell and Lynch hjrg Hillside Plows and are making the prices o jygnthan they can be bought anywhere Why buy something just as good when you an buy the genuine OliverI I less money from ust We are also head barters fo- rPlowsM Collars Trace Chains Back Bands Double and Sin gle Trees Tornado Tiger and Hamilton Disc Harrows Deering 60tooth Harrows b fact everthing the farmer needs Give us illtLBIScceIforiICo i Joaseeeprs are you in need of anything new i- nBfrom Suits Foldiag Beds Iron Beds edIfLounges Hat Racks Sideboards Chairs pets Tables Mattings Rugs Lace Curtains J iirapCriS Cooking Stoves etc J lintfTfc Werlmve a complete li 10 of new and up to coodslii HOIIM Furnililnss an1 aro prepared MJ B JJGash or Eay Terms J Give us a Can t fI tsp1 Ittinaa L55F111S t Main street opposite Hotel Glyndonpf1t Richmond Ky I f1 Iff ffI i4 h i f pJIL4ui I he Richmond Clima YEDNESDAY MAY 24 1905 I Why dont you ferifco yoirfarm mil keep your old cow ahomj Some will say what rence must to but Uncle am uses thA Page Fence it ought to lo yours Sold by JF Cov DeBells Kidney Pills iAre not recommended for everythine int they will positively cure a series 01 liseasfs arising from disordered kid leys bladder and liver Fuch as hack Icheak back diabetes iulltimnm lion of the bladder and all urinary troubles Regular eize 25c Sample tnd phamphlet free tell luo about kidf my troubles IJ L Middeltou 1m Let Everybody WorLc tnd the world would bo morn happy and contented Just consider how much pain anti trouble results in yonr body when your liver or stomach stop wording Happily you ran soon pet rhem to work again cure your pains ind restore yourself to health and con tentmert with Dr Caldwells laxa ivpj Syrup Pepsin Try it Sold by Parry Thomas at 60c and 1 Money back if it fails aprdDo you want to sell your farm List- swith us We advertise it free Richmond Real Estate AgencyIf FreeDeBells Kidney Pills Out this out and get a full size box of DeBells Kidney Pills free Delay may a mean death DeBells Kidney Pill willcure you Send at one to C WrBegce Sons Co Station C Chicago III This otTer is good for 30 days only Sld by B L Middelton h D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND b REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY Terrific Race with Death writesIrace as s a result of liver trouble and heart di fsemseand of all interest of life I had tried many different doctors andseveral medicines but Jot no benefit cntil I began to use Electric Bitters So wontderlul was their effect that in threes Uyslfelt like a new man and today I am erred of all my troubles Quar anteed at K C Stocktons drug storePPrice 50c The Kirdsell wagon wan awarded the grand prize at St Louis conse quently when you bny a Birdoell von know what you are buying Let D B Shackelford Co show yon what a o good wagon looks like Othclitf 2 ror Sale Thirty nice yearling cUtle w iirht 700 pounds G White sonyOmayif Watch For IttIt will pay you to watch for the very first syrrptom of indigestion or liver trouble and to prevent the trouble horn gaining headway by quickly taking Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Nothing is more weakening than chronic dyspepsia and all its complications Nothing will cure it so quick ly pleasantly and surely as Pepsin Syrup Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and Money back if it fails apr The Hissoorl Fadfic Railway St louis Iron Mountain Southern Rr Special low excursion rates from StfLouis to Denver Colorado OregonLos Angeles and San Francisco California On sale certain dates in April May June July Auc and Sept 3U00 to California tickets on sale daily to May 15th atso from Sept 15th to Oct 31st Personally conducted Tourist Sleeping Cars from St Louis to San Francisco and Los Angeles without changeRound trip Homeseekers Excursion Tickets on sale every first and third Tuesday of irl nPlllhlit greatly re duced ratta tL1i uiuui in Oklahoma and Indian Territories also to certain points in Missouri Arkansas rexase Kansas Colorado and New liberal stopover privileges return limit of twentyone days For particulars address A A Gal lager D P A419 WalnutSt Gibson House Bldg Cincinnati O Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley to Giiicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account rf the great merit and popularity ofFoleys Honey Tar many imitations are offered foi the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey Tarand refuse any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxa tive It conl ins no opiates anti ft safest for children and delicate persons 1or sale by R C Stockton 19alm Give us a trial order for Obelisk Jou Colyer Bros lOmytf The largest assortment of carriages buggies phaetons and wagons ever brought to Richmond are now on dis play at the tvichmoud Carriage Works and if you will call and get prices on any of the above mentioned goods you certainly will make a purchase as out prices are lower than ever before RICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S L Midkiff Prop Estray hog Blacksow weight about 200 pounds came to my place about two month ago Owner can have same by prov ing property and paying charges J W Maupin 3may4t Whites Station Ky For Sale 47x120Foroc Ip ILa1i Ar No f CiticlnnatI snd KDOX LT t46 p ra villoBx e8 sooth bound Uf6 No2 Knorvllle ClnoaU 200 p m Express north bound 205 pta No 4 Kjioxvllle I412 am Kzpress north ClacallIJto t KnozTllle CJnnatl 1150 pm Express eonth bound 1156 pa o 10 Stanford and Ma-ys6am ville Accm north bound eZJaa XayZ 725 pa No 25 Richmond andRow land Accm south bound 836 a JB anast41P 1 a i I r u L CAT MOTHER TO DOGS IAMXLY BA1SED BY FZMNE A JPRIZE WINNEB BullPups Queer Parent Has Cared for Young Canines Since They Were One Year of AgeAn V Excellent Breed k New YorkMlgnon and Richelieu II two FreTnch bull pups have been mothered bi a cat since they were one week old At seven months they have each taken a prize In Jho recent Long Island Kenneljclub shqw and have begun a career medaf hunting at ex hibitions Yetwith all the glory they are gaining In public they pine for the society of their foster mother Lady TWhenour days they reached home thy found her waiting at the door of 402 Eighth treet Brooklyif tojwel thepa The way she purred and dog4hildrenwhilewith delight showed the affection ex sting between them Little MIgnon and her brother Richelieu II have no recollection of their dog mother and they loyally protect their foster mother when Ignorant dogs on the street bark at her Lady Gray walking contentedly between her two big foster children feels herself perfectly safe from harm and even raise a hair at saucy barking dogs More than once she has een Richelieu bristling all over at an Insult offered her through the gate of her home and he has occasionally given an offending dog a good MIgnon and her brother were week old their mother Nettles died Her death left Mrs Samuel Fahne stock who owned the dogs in a se- ious predicament She had heard of raising dogs on the bottle but she feared to make the experiment wither valuable pets So she went to the dog pound and tried to get a stray dog to raise the little ones But there was no dog toe had at the pound and at the suggestion of the pound master she took Lady Gray and Lady Grays one kitten Bill Gray to act as nurse to the pupsSince that day the four have been Inseparable They eat sleep and play together and the dogs are more attached to Lady Gray than even her own son Bill Often when the four He sleeping together the proud mother gets up and walks around the group with a satisfied light In her big green yes and swishes her tall as if to say How many cats can boast such a familyDespite the training of their cat mother the dogs are every Inch dogs with the exception of one accomplishment That is that they do not know he delight of burying bones and dig ing them up again ODD SUIT AGAINST DOCTOR Tails to Save Girls Life and Father Sues for Big Eamagis Media PDr D P Maddux chief surgeon at the Crozer hospital and one f the leading physicians of Chester was defendant In a peculiar suit for 20000 damages in court here William Hibbert of Tenth street Chester was the plaintiff He alleges Dr Maddux operated on his 16 earold daughter for appendicitis without his consent after he Hibbert told the physician positively not o perform an operation without permission and that death was the re suit The plaintiff his wife two daughters and a son all testified that the girl was only allowed to be sent to the hospital after Dr Maddux had positively promised that no operation would take place Dr Maddux testified that he never heard of there being any objection on the part of the family until at least a month after the girls death Miss Hibbert could not have lived five hours said Dr Maddux and I would have been a coward if I had not tried to save her life Ten physicians are n court to testify In behalf of the de- endanL DEATH REVEALS DUAL LIFE Demise of Pittsburg Man Recalls Desertion of I amNy Forty Years AgoSon Acquires Property Pittsburg PBy the will of David James who died here of cancer it was made known that his real name was Jamison He deserted his wife and three sons in Brooklyn 40 years ago came to PJttsburg changed his name and married another woman who is now dead Under his will his son Wilson Jamison who lives in Brooklyn N Y will take the whole James or Jamison owned a num ber of houses and other property In the suburb of Wllkinsburg valued at 15000 He had cancer for 15 years and underwent a number oJ imputations First he lost his right hand then hisi rearm then the entire right arm and finally his collar bone and a part of his breast had to be removed The will Is In the nature of an atonement to his BrooKlyn family His second wife knew nothing of his double life To Organize Farmers A movement has been started in Iowa to organize the farmers of the state by school districts with a view to consolidating organizations of like character In every school district for the purpose of voting the farmers as a body For Rent New six room cottage and 101 acres ClaySuCharles If you are in the market for fenc m do not pass Shackelford Cos store as they have the price and the fence Smchtf A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the NIece of Dr So cchee to handle her famous Uncles Great Throat and tung Cure COie best family safeguard is a reliable household that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations Ieyes and noSe sore throat and bronthia- laffectionsthat wilt keep the children proof against all contagious diseases Suck a medicine is Boecbees Genaaa Syrup which nasa recoedof s js consumpUoncatanhaadau1ungandbronchial CThe fameof German Syrup as a con cure since its purchase by Green front the niece of the faJDOU 8 Boscliee has extended to all parts of DrI earth Ithas lug sales everywhere 4Two sizes 250 nod 750 All drJ1 1eC MIO 3s ekQ45dtg IQr I U J 0 I iA omminioD rl 1o VT Noland On Petition Notice of Sale in Equity Py virtue of a judRinenf and order ol renderedthe above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday May 27 05 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 11 oclock I m on the premises ir Madison county Ky proceed to ex pose to public sale to the highest and hest bidder the following describtd property viz A Certain Parcel or Lot of Land situated in Malison county KyouI the Union and Richmond pikp about one mile from Union City and is bounded bv the lands of John D Ham iltun James Johnson and others con tainhig about acres be the sam more or lets For a more part lcuar description rf said land reference ill hereby made to the pleadings andex hibits on file in the above styled action Said land is sold for distribution FERMSSale will he made on a credit of C and 12 months The pur chaser will hli required to give bond itli approved security for tilt payment of the purchase monty to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing leiwl interest from tisy of sale with a lists reserved upon sail property uutil all the purchase money is paielI S II THORPE M C 1O C- On the above described land is t good residence and necessary outbuildings eooil orchard good well of never fail- Ing water Fifty acres ndjiining that can be bought at reasonable figures W T Noland Jas B Nolaud EDWARD JOHNSON Newport Police Are Trying To Fasten Many Crimes Upon Him Newport Ky May 19 Murders coldblooded assauts aiM many rob bones are attributed by the Newport police to Edward Johnson colored now In the Newport jail on the technical charge of sending threatening letters to people in Covington and Newport They also say he Is suffering from a religious mania The police are trying to prove that Johnson and Henry Williams who was hanged In Roan keVa recently rob bed and then murdered an old woman near Chester W Va on Thanksgiving day 1899 A man was lynched for this crime unlonjt1wnItalians and then threw their bodies into a coke oven That in October 1901 they killed a man near Hyndman Pa That In August Inn they murdered a woman near Portland 0 and hid her body In the bushes These and many other crimes touch ing assault and robbery are outlined In a letter that It is thought Johnson wrote as a confession to the chief of police of Chester W Va Until he got religion Johnson was known In Newport by the police as a bad man CRIGLER CRIGLER They Lose Their Case In the Kentucky COLrt of Appeals Frankfort Ky May 19The court of appeals by Judge Barker affirmed the Laurel circuit court In the case of Robert L and Jacob S Crigler vs the commonwealth The actions Involve seven indictments and fines for violation of the prohibition laws of Laure county The appellants are distillers In Scott county having branch offlcee in Covington and Cincinnati They shipped the whisky from Cincinnati and defended on the ground that the law is an interference with interstate commerce The court holds that this plea was an evasion as the whisky was made In Kentucky and shipped to Cincinnati pd back into the state to avoid the law WARNER RESPITED Inquiry Will Be Made as To the Sanity of the Condemned Man Frankfort Ky May 19Gov Beck ham respited until Wednesday May 31 next the death sentence of George Warner slayer of Pulaski Leeds who was to have been hanged at Louisville The respite Is ordered on recommenda tion of Circuit Judge Pryor and Commonwealths Attorney HufTaker of the Louisville district for the purpose of making further inquiry as to the san ity of the condemned man Heavy Rains Damage Tobacco Madlsonvllle Ky May 19The heavy rains have greatly damaged tobacco plants Reports from Hopkins county are to the effect that at least 50 per cent of the tobacco plants are ruined and It Is thought that unless weather conditions change the remain der of the plants will be killed Louisville Steeplechase Louisville Ky May 19Rlp the second choice in the betting won the Louisville steeplechase from Bank Holiday and Balzac before a large crowd White Plume defeated Lady Savoy Hyperlonll took the twoyear old event VIo 0 the oddson favorite not finishing Inside the money Fourteen Years In Penitentiary Madlsonville Ky May 19The Jury in the case of the commonwealth vs Jeif Morgan colored charged with the kllUngof Perd Lutz In this city last October brought In a verdict of guilty and sentenced the defendant to 14 years In the penitentiary Missionary Returns To China Henderson Ky May 19Mlss Ma ry Posey of this city who has been a missionary to China for the past 17 years and who had been mime on a vacation of several months has return ed to China She will remain there for a period of eightyears Two Young Men Drowned Madisonvllle Ky May 19Luther and Thomas Townsend aged 18 and 21 respectively of Charleston was drown ed In the Royal Coal Mine lake In this city while in bathing The young men were students of the Madisonville high school School Building Destroyed By Fire Ialntsville Ky May 19rhe Paints vllle graded free school building at this place which was erected In 1890 at a cost of about 15000 was burned There was 5OOQ insurance The ori gin of the fire is not known- QuislaberryEstihl Wedding Lexington Ky May 19Robert Taylor Qulslnberry of Danville and Milts Martha Cheaault Btljl were mar riel at Walnut lull church by Rev William F Taylor of Nicnoiasville an untile of the groom e TfThe pikes we are tasking on hUll jiej is tItHcverlbody Call and iP baJMrchA8ELt Bd Bitters CureuI7sp ma ebMi- on jtIYOrft1II UKl1f L = I jp BEES LIKE LONDON J EICH VESp FBOM RIVE IN ENGLISH CAPITAL Little Workers Yield a Half Hundredweight of Honeycomb in Draw ingBoom Owner Has New Idea LondonIn thu heart of London over a half a hundredweight of honey comb has just been gathered The bees responsible for this rich harvest belong to Miss BadenPowell sister of th8 hero of Mafekkig These wonderfol bees are the sub jets of an interesting experiment They had been removed from an old residence in Piccadilly to Miss BadenPow ells new house at Princes Gate During their 15 years in their old quarters the bees never failed to store up large quantities of honey and were quite content to live In the drawing room where their speciallyconstructed hive invented by Miss BadenPowell stood on a table near the window A passage in the house wall gave them free ingress to the drawingroom at all timesThe mystery is where they fed in or der to make honey so excellent and In such large quantities said Miss Baden Powell for there was no garden at tached to the house In their new home at Princes Gata the bees come and go through a passage In the Wall as Lefore and Miss Baden Powell is watching anxiously for signs of discontent which she hopes will not be shown On the first night they were all In by sundown but there was a great deal of puzzled and uneasy buzz- Ing before they settled down to rest A new Idea embodied in the hive In vented by Miss BadenPowell consists In having several glazed frames con nected by cloth hinges like a screen They are fastened at the end to the cen ter of the hive and fold into a compact form but may be unfolded by anyone wishful to observe the bees at work without disturbing them MARRIED AFTER 55 YEARS WelltoDo Farmer Is Husband of Girl He Courted While Both Were in Teens IKansas City Simon E Rabey aged 73 of Pennington Point Ill and Mrs Sarah E Lybarger aged 70 who con ducts a boardinghouse here have just been united at the altar Fiftyfive years ago Simon Rabey and Sarah Fredericks attended the same country school in Ashland coun ty Ohio The lad carried her luncheon basket and in the winter time hauled her on his sled The boy and the girl grew up and Rabey who meantime had gone to work for the girls father to learn a trade asked her for her hand Her parents objected however and rather than marry against their wishes young Rabey allowed Miss Fredericks to break the engagement He married another girl that same year and within another 12 months his old sweetheart had also married Mrs Rabey died two years ago Mr Lybarger last October Then it was that the old love was rekindled and the new wooing was begun which has ended in the marriage Sons and daughters grandsons and grand daughters made merry at the feast that followedMr was for 45 years post master at P nnlngton Point McDon ough county 111 where he has a farm and a general store He Is cred ited with having a fairsized fortune MONKEY SAYS THREE WORDS Association with Parrot the Cause Life Is Insured for Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars LondonThe first monkey that has ever been successfully taught to talk forms just now the center oi interest of this city It Is the property of M Bostock and is named Consul II in memory of the first Consul recently deceased This monkey was raised in the south of Franca and as an experiment was kept in the constant company of an educated parrot from which it learned to speak So far only three words cpmprise Consul IIs vocabulary and it took the monkey many months to learn them from the parrot The words are Consul which came easy because of the constant efforts of the parrot to call its companion please and change which cost the monkey much more effort Because of Jhla accomplishment Consul II has been insured by Lloyd for 250000 on condition that it be taken to the south of France during the coldest four months of the year The premium on the insurance amounts to 20 per cent of the policy Electricity to Hatch Chicks H M Vance a Muskogee I T chicken fancier was expecting great results from a setting of egg that promised well until two days before time for hatching when the hen broke all the eggs except three and refused to sit on those left Mr Vance took the three remaining eggs before they became cold made a nest In the house placed an electric light bulb in the nest and turned on the current In 20 hours he had hatched all three eggrand he has three as fine chickens as any old hen ever clucked to The warmth from the electric light was just strong enoug- hWellWatered Enterprise Mr Shonts says the Panama canal will be built on the same principle that a railroad would be built It Is expected however to have even more water per mile than a railroad Sealed Bids Notice is hereby given that on Saturday May 20 1905 at the Ci y Hall iu Richmond Ky at 2 oclock p ml bUU will be received to grade and macada mize an extension of Fourth street U Moberley Avenue according to tht plans anti specifications now lu tht office of the Richmond Climax Bond will be required of each bidder for a faithful perfarinnnco ol his contract ac cording to plans and specifications and the city reserves time rijlt to reject any and all bids Jennings Maupin D B Eliackelford JW Bates 9tn4t M Committee A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good 1 have been afflicted with kidnej md bladder trouble for years passiu ravel or stones tith excruciating pUn says AHThurnes a well known c al operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine until I began taking Foleji Kidney pure then the re suIt was surprising A few doses started the brick d stlI e substance and now I have no pain cross my kidneys and T feel like a new nan It line done JEW 1000 worth ofgQodI Foleys Kid nov Cure will sure every form of Kid ney and bladder disease For sale by RoC Stocktcm lOalM Wb lit JoWJlI fIng for a won dot Pl to seo waoa t- DLktfo4 i J 1 1J tJ t 9 JJKi Jfc cd lilt SEES DEFICIT IN TREASURY Secretary of That Department Admits That Growth of Country Will Cause Shortage WaslJngtonTho secretary of the treasury admits that there will be n deficit In the treasury for the fiscal year in excess1 of 18000000 the sum he originally estimated would cover It but he does not admit that there Is anything In the present condition that gives him the least concern The revenues have kept up well and there is reason for bellev g that with the coming tff fall there will be an increased imports tion of dutiable goods At the present time the deficit in the treasury amounts to 30000000 but this Is near the close of the fiscal year and at a time when the treasury Is usually depleted The secretary does not believe that the deficit at thetcnd of the fiscal year will be any thing like3 the 30000000 Indicated now The real treasury situation now has been created by the expenditures and Dealingtnthe riavy expenditures last year were 15000000 more than the year previ OilS the army expenditures were 10 000000 more than the year before and the free rural delivery expenses were 10000000 more The expenditures are expected to decrease because of the fall ing Off or exhaustion of the current appropriations during the next two months In this period the balances will recoup and thus strengthen the treasury for the heavy expenditures to come with the beginning of the next fis cal year July 1 It Is admitted that July will be a heavy month because the appropriations of the last session of congress will at that time becomeavailable but it is expected that after that month an average will ba struck which will bring matters to a much better leve- lKINGSHIP FOR FERDINAND Report That He Will Declare Bulgaria- a Kingdom This Year with AngloFrench Support Vienna The Odessa agency of the Russian ministry for foreign affairs which was originally established as a contiguous wirepulling center for the Balkans is said to be in possession of information leaving no doubt as to the Intentions of Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria to raise the principality to the status of an Independent kingdom on thenext anniversary of his acces sionAs king of Bulgaria the Coburger will be in a position to assume a dir ferent attitude toward Turkey He will formally appeal to the western powers to assist him in establishing an autonomous government in Macedonia under a Christian governor jointly elected by the cosignatories of the Berlin treaty of 1878 This scheme so the statement runs is to be sup ported by an AngloFrench naval demonstration in the Turkish ports oi Asia Minor Such a scheme would have been scouted 12 months ago but under ex isting circumstances anything may happen and there is no inherent im probability In the statement It was in this connection that Prince Ferdi nand recently visited London and Paris RICH MAN AS CONDUCTOR Gen Du Pont Millionaire Aids Women and Lifts Baskets Once Managed System Wilmington DelGen T Coleman du Pont the millionaire head of the E I du Pont Powder company acted as conductor for the Wilmington City Railway company in order to assist a green conductor Gen du Pont was going to his office and was standing on the car smoking Th6 car was crowded and the conductor was making poor progress in collecting the faresSeeing his plight Gen du Pont who once was manager of an electric rail way company took charge of the rear end At Madison street an old woman with a big market basket signaled the car which stopped Gen du Pont as slated her on the car and gave the motorman the two bells Aparty of Easter shoppers wantqd to get off at the next street and the powder magnate assisted them All the way In West Eighth street he had a busy time of It and on reaching Mar ket street he jumped off and waved a goodby to the grateful conductor Sentences Tramp to Bath You are sentenced to take a bath That was the punishment meted out by Recorder Stackhouse in Camden N J when Luke Kalp a tramp was arraigned before him The recorder thus put in effect the new plan adopted to rid Camden of tramps Be- sIdes being bathed they will be fumi gated at the county jail Kalp was placed in a bathtub and two other prisoners were detailed with scrub bing brushes to make him clean Except once when he fell into the river he told the scrubbers in confidence it was his first bath since the centennial yearWhy Italians Stay In Cities One Impelling reason for the settlement of Italians and other immigrants from Europe In New York and other large cities of the east is that when they reach this country they are compelled to find work at once and the daily wage offered being so much in excess of anything they have known they settle easily in the rut adding to the congestion If given an opportunI- ty to reach other parts of the country and especially if given the opportunity to own land they would gladly seek fields more promising and better for the country as well as for themselves Read This One small bottle of the Texas Won ler Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes ravel cures diabetes seminal emis Ions weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold bv drnsaist will be Rent by mail on recefpt nf One small bottle is twrt months treat meat and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall stile manu facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold IN alt druggists Smaytf Richmond Kv Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear ir I have used one bottle of the Texas AVonder Halls Great Discovery for kidnoy and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when 1 began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and feel better than I have in twenty years and I cli erfnlVTecnnitrend It to the public Respectfully irn JOHN A RIDDLE Telephone B H Tnxn and lire for economy anti smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters SSdtf Warning- You csBnot have good health unless your kidneys are sound for the kidneys filter the Wood of impurities which otherwise sot as irritating poisons and break down the delicate orgasms of the body tnd cause serious trouble If you have kidney or bladder trouble and do not use idjeyB Kidney Cure you will haveypoljr yourself to blame Jor remltB as tely cure all forma of kid iwgraud bj d4tr dhsus Forwle by c fl 1Jc 1 Mahogany JayMAHOGANY JAY is a dark bay colt 153 hands high foaled 1902 will make the season of 1905 at Joe Ctnmaults one mile from Richmond back of Madison Stock Yards at 15 to Insure Living Colt Jay Bird 5060 silo Dest dun of Mahogany Jay trlsi2at4g George Wllkeii 519 222 i reof 83 in list damoHIJO- I Laity Frank n great broodmare IJ st Nutbrenker 232 cord 22IK sire of Nntbearer 207J RonIJJreake r 2UJf and others a1lte dam of Florence It trial 222 tlambletonlan 10 atre of 4o dams of 113 Dolly Spanker Mambrlno Star Sat 2pdamaofiQ Laity Franklin 220V list In great brDodmareI Nutwood 609 218K alre of 169lnclurtng 2C6JIBonny Doon dam of 22 mIres grand dam of 2 by Aberdeen 27 Expert brother to Jug2i1 byItonnfe KlortzflSlh6th dam by Old Brown Highlander Jay Bird 5060 sire of including Mlerton 209 Eirly Bird 210 Mica Jay21I3 Hawthorne 2C6 if Invader 210 Larable 212X Rose Croix 2iuc Iud Ed Winter 212J Hire of dams otiS Including descent Itonte 2OtAlthka2 1O1 n sle Drake OI QueenAlfred2 12 Little Dick 2 12Ji Dreamer 214Sf CoarUr 2 Lady Frank his dam produced Early Dawn 221 Mahogany Jay was worked 60 days as a twoyearold last year and trottrd a mile in230 the last quarter in 35 seconds That the saying it is always st Jay Bird11 is not without some foundation in fact is readily 5omprehernle when it is recalled that his get and their descendants have won on the racetracks CnnnerSIemorial 20000 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