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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n i r II r I = 1r = J T iLJ 1i a f j 1 tj 011 r1- I 04 i THIERICHMOND 0 CLIMAX e1t i 4 J fIOLUME32 RICHMOND MADISON COtOTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY ai 1905 JrHONE 80 I WINES CREEKMORE DRUGS I MAN FIRSTT i f EI I I QIeI I II VM 11 f 4 d 1 th 4 dl i rle y 1i3 I I II I II i i II IXfK I I I it2 iItisNoiVA house Time and nearly everybody i New Furnitueo- r or some new piece of fune Our store is headquarters oods- Also a full stock of Window FiKturesShades 4 and Curtain Poles Bamb3o biqL urtains A Chairs of every description incIud1jkdhds of OR H FUNI4jEwhich is now in Come to our Store on the cornero rryinand 4 Second streets and let us show yo Espedal attention is paid to our i Undertaking Depa- l w S OLIfl41 kititJeQ 11 I I1 + E- lftr L J4uItyQJ SirnriiDns T HISIORfla PHllOSOPljj = Miss 1t McBdrliU- oivMlty Gt oi Chicago tFfi Ancient andwdtfn Lwigwica 3i Miss Louise WlodfOILqoYl gtiJ t I3reau Collesrel F English LasUJ1ye aizd LitraiLrC I Miss 1esta Gay i N i iUnlver iy or NebrtilcaV jfatliemalscgflcZiiCe ry anof vp h Miss ElisBith M- Bliiabcth Ga CotaerTfltOrY ofIuicJ Allege nnotJernr1 Vote iLiNiss Ed mafR wers COflettY 1 J 7jiano lid S redJft1n tZ t 1fS Alil1 i1 flubjk i Cooper UnIon ao eW Y 8cI1O9I rirjni 1 Art 7rnr1fl14It ili1 J t B Mrs Jimio White i1repa ry DJ4Cfl21 Miss1ilae e 1It ffJPrimQJa nt r + 1 f 7 J I TY1IrIttllg slRr0 1 o h 1 7 r I iitl Jout1 ftir Te ba 1 nPif tJ- I Jyifc i I jl Clean House Today Dont wait until tomorrow but clear hotiBfi tolay with Dr Cald wells iaxn tlvt Pepsin Syrup Of course we nean your house of flesh and bone your body This is the best house you wn and should get the best care Yet nost reople neglect it in a most dread rut manner As a result stomach liver xnrt bowels soon get out of order and ame great pain distress and danger UB internal diseaspfl The only sale nre cure is Dr CaldwcIIsRvrup Pepsin t clears out all causes sicknesscnres p onstipation and indigestion cleans louse and makes you well Try it old by Perry Thomas at 50c and tfonev back if it falls apr Wm Buckley Calvin Taylor r WID Buckley Co lou wit find us near McKees with a complete line of Hardware Stoves and Tinware Tin and galvanized work done on short notice Get our prices before buying a pump Prices guaranteed on all goods W D Buckley Co B H Luzon Bro havo the nicei lot ot timothy hay in Madison ionutj Call on them when in neei 28detf Cleared for Action When the holly is cleared for action by Dr KIngs Nw Life Pills you c tell it by the bloom ol health on cheeks the brightnes of the eyes ti firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Trv them At R Stocktons ilrne store 25 renta RESULT OF A FAMILY QUARREL Dora Arnett Shot and Fatally Wounded Her Husband lit Sterling Ky May241n a fam- Ily quarrel at Hendricks Magoffln county Dora Arnett shot and fatally wounded her husband Arnett cowithhis wife and was trying to take her Lio revolver from her when she flred The irtuckyJail Arnett will die SalyersviUe Ky May 24D H Ar nett once a merchant and timber deal er of Hendrlcks died from the effects of a pistol wound inflicted it is alleg Eed by Mrs Dora Arnett his wife Sun day last There are different opinions as to a whether it was done accidentally onw purpose Mrs Arnett is in the custodyh of the Jailer It is said intoxicated abused her She was for merly a Miss Thompson of Virginiat and her first husband was D M Ar nett son of IL G Arnett a prominent citizen of thin county Mrs Arnett Is prostrated over the affair and claims the shooting of her husband was accidental She is re kited to exCounty Judge J Wise lia gins of Breathltt county KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Kentucky Grand Commandery Holds j Annual Conclave Richmond Ky May 25The Grand Commandery of Kentucky Knights Tempar met in annual conclave here- About 1200 Sir Kinghts and lady vis itors are in attendance The exercises were begun with tho yearly parade after which the various commanderles assembled in the Grand opera house for devotional services The sermon t was delivered by nt Rev John M Warrall of Danville grand prelate of the grand encampment of the United of States The response was made by Senator James B McCreary Louis ville commanderys famous drill team which captured the grand prize at the triennial conclave In San Francisco o last year gave an exhibition drilLo A NOVEL DUELsThey Stood on Opposite Sides of theJStream and Two Were Hurtn Owingsville Ky May 23Reports state that on Long Branch Morgan county Robert and Uysses Whittakor on one sido and George Bayrd on the other engaged in a pistol duel Ulysses Whittaker was wounded in the hand making amputation necessary Robert was wounded in the head Bayrd was not hurt ae shooting was the result of one of the Bayrd faction making a ditch in such a way that wa ter overflowed the Whittakers Fur thor trouble Is expected To Erect Lime Kilns Mt Vernom Ky May 23The Barre and Henderson brothers of Pennsyl vania have bought a twoacre tract of land within the town llniivS of Mt Ver non They will erect two lime kilns They will also drill a well for nat ural gas which wIt be used in burn ing lime Nearly Bled To Death Vanccburg Ky May 24 William Pitts 18 stabbed and it is believed fatally wounded Richard Elliott 21 a few miles south of this city Elliott is married They had been drinking and fell out Elliott almost bled to death before the flow of blood could be stoppedThe Caleb Powers Case Frankfort Ky May 24After con sultation with Attorney General Hays rand Chas J Bronston Gov Beckham appointed McQuown and Brown of Frankfort to assist Bronston in the Caleb Powers case which will come up in the United States court June S Churchill Downs Races Louisville Ky May 5 Kurtzman and English Lad the Cook entry quoted at tho prohibitive odds of 1 to 10 ran flrst anti second In the handl calutdlFarrhiItDow vedn2tli- imijjl is EbQnas4th c iHnlftThe tlayancase EjCCon 1e at o D ed D uS Grecn Ia Brumfielrt C5 exconfederate soldier who lost one arm during the arm was found drowned in a pond near here His hat was found near the pond weighted down with a rock and in it wasa note reading I am hero but no one to b ameI111Death Ky May 23Sam J of the wealthiest and most highly respected citizens of this city died from pneumonia He was once mayor of Cynthiana and at his 0 nracidcrt of the Farmers UaTheWaytha The tissues of the throat are inflamed and irritatedyouhhugh and t- hnmore coughing You take a cough mixture and it eases the rritation for a while You take SCOTTS fat MULSION bahatroat because it reduces the rritation cures the cold because drives out the inflammation pa uilds up the weakened tissuesT1 ccnttse it nourishes t their natural strength Thats jv hcotts Emulsion deals with rore throat a cougha cold r bronchitis WELL SEND Ir- SAMPLE FREElnrOTTCBOWNE 409lrnrl Street Acw York boa KENTUCKY D OF A IHIThe Council INEnsuing IcFrankfortof America elected anhelor Miss Amy Mullen of Louisville associate councillor Miss Mary Swain Newport vice councillor Miss GerBtrude Johnson of Covington ate vice councillor EateVe TJrunn of Louisville treasurer G W Orrill of lifWIDnational representative ohn W Adams of Louisville The 4extisville in 19QC Falls Under Car WheelsjMlddloburg Ky May iQtt 19 son of Hiram Abbott a promi nnt and wellknown farmer and clU zen of near Eubank was killed by a train In Indianapolis He was en route home from Crawfordsvllle when he fell beneath the car and was crushed A Gang of Housebreakers y Louisville Ky May 15Thls town seems to be in the clutches of a gang of housebreakers who steal anything from a canary bird to a eothos wringg er Eight thefts in tho 18th and Chestnut streets were report ed to the detectives To Provide For AllwLouisville Ky May 25Capt John H Leathers president of tho Coaled c rate reunion committee sent a letter to all confederate camps that all confederate veterans unable to defray their expenses while at the reunion here will be amply provided for Deputy Collector Burnsldes Injured Lancaster Ky May 25Judge RcA Burnside United States deputy col lector was thrown from his horse while seven miles from London and dragged somo distance with his foot in the stirrup Was Fatally Crushed Henderson Ky May 25Sam Dris coll aged 21 of ZIon this county was crushed and fatally injured by logs falling from a wagon which ho waa un loading His back was broken and he was injured Internally AlanaDale Equals Track Record Louisville Ky May 24 AlanaDalo equaled the track record for seven fur Jonga at GHWrotmr TjamaBfar the lilstnnCG in11i2 lA1lnd fusllt bCkt 1iauNuJ4l31l1pl l antCrO wa v1ltI s Ofie Robbery 11 Mt bn1g4trtit 25trti and Emma Bush two colored girls 15 tried before Comaged 11 and were missioner Kirkpatrick for robbing tho Winchester post office The girls were held to Richmond court in the sum ii 1100 bond IPelslons Authorized May 25At a meet ing of the directors of the Louisville Railway Co It was decided to pension L superannuated and disabled employes except officers The order is effective alter July 1 1S05 j Examine our elegant rttsplnv of- rriasea Buggies ate before makine purchase Wefnra selling vehicles ate lowest possible prices Richmond rarriapo Works S L Mldkiff Prop The Amnriean is the only boise rll hhJ proof and bull strong fence at is madn Remember we are at the ifla old stand Srachlf D B Shaekelfoid Co meat Slatjhttr 5ale Ve havo purchased a bits locK of ilotliine from one of the best mann turng firms in Oinoinnnfi wludi mens and boys cIoiliinKiud pants and in order to sell them it quirk wo will offer them at ft great rgain less than the mftnntapturinir ire and everything In my linn will in Mir me proportion We have e lot oHmrd knee pantp nt 23c ir one It of lyiyer 3aps at lOc etc yon for lartrain LOUISVILLE mEA P 8TOKF A Dobrowpky proprietor No 9 First ctref t 29mch3in Saved by Dynamite Sometimes a flnminpeiiy is saved lv lyimiriting a space that the fire cant osa Sometimes a cough harps on nn you te l as if nothlnjr hut dyna mite wonld cure it 52 T Gray of Cal nn Ga writes My wilt hall a rv ftpfrnvated rough whioh kept lie night Two plivsi ians could help her so she tool Dr Kiim ew Discovery fur ronRiimntion col lp cOou1i which easml her coiisrli ve her sleep nail finally cured hfru Strictly SPientifle euro for bronchitis d laerippe At Stocktons drug ore price 50s and SI Rnarateed Trial bottle frne reed Your Mare to Farwocd 16796 tandard and registered chestnut stal oii 1C hnnd high lilt lircediiiir com JIPI tWo of the greatnst horses the world ha ever produced Get a Nutwood awl fieorce WJIkes colt on your farm Nothing will pay von Iteiter Nutwood stnmls toilnv the loiililig Kie of Ilir wnrM for proiinritig ini l1isoils and tflIlhprF leav- elrnlhlcp17NI froin 2021I 280 George Wilkei tanri today the leail sirpof the world of producing res IIi OPS nail clancliteru have prndlltPrllPOO from 201 J to 230 Fnrwood bv Nutwood dam Nora Wilkeafiain of Nmvnncl 212 Nora wnod 210 etc bv Georee Willkes J H Creigliton of Orchard Pak Tjpxinirtnn Kv fold Inst week a 3 yenroli flllv by Farwoid rr SIKO Two of hisrolosoil at New York ln t ear one for 20 the oilier nt S28oO Over 50 of hlq colts will lln in tins county tliis sprinir See Robert Walker and hook your mares 3S mares haw been booked lor 1905 to this- reatborst IBaGt Cleaned Out When n deep cellar becomes filed ith heavy poisonous air it is never 81fe to go into It until it has been leaned out When Your body has beN poisoned with thefotil residues of nndieested food it is just as necesarv to clean it out Todothl plea antlv and safely tame Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a pure scientific preparation which has no equal in the ure of constipation headache bilious ness and stomach trouble Sold hy Perry Thomas at 50c and Money back if it fails The SI B Parrisli School of Plum ographv Uobsun Building Laest iii structinn Positions secured tot pupils tf A FAMILIAR FACE Theliltencssof DR Wn CAUIWELL appears on every package o- fJr1J1we1I r Ifp rt 1 N tiei1CInc 1rtIYCOflStIPi nJolIlBIIU51e Sour Stilmacl1lI adache5I ied hi elI1iIliB X5jnmic by this trade mark Your tiruuKist will it LiJ to ell you either the roc or 100 size Sold by Perry Thomas fIf you have H fill III ol SO to 140 acn for sale let us know at once Wo 1111 e IIIjvcrlll biivri tiritit+ sizes if- Rldititoiilival itnte Agency We litive tin price and the wn whY not lIlly the llirdsell wagon when jou can jet both ttnclt tf I R IcqlroI fe h awak Youll rightbecornillglyitColorings are Glorious the QuaVor Grays the the Saxony weaves the the quiet fawn the and ecrus of brown soft tones We all grades from 10 We are showing beaiitiIulsiiks for Shirt Waists in all tiLe new colorings at 2e per yard worth 75c 2 Our beautiful Ribbons pretty and Collar for Ladles arc the ttlk of the town and community Dont fail to see them and get the Lov Cash we Ire naming on then w eoOUTFITTERS PARTICULAR r3Lontis null Iis 1suntsiI5iX 00 Stockholders sELiahihltv150C labk nlcl SoiOO IX Cash inn1 Exe 3ex 00 FoIa hipsohirces so0uO 00 SYour business Is uisired and ipied to grnnt you every conslst cut favor i45 State Bank Trust Co RithrInA Ky T j rilll Idx c us nnd we will make t e- mropsi 91 III De hg firiloJ tl rtiShillg Trices on this class of worlStvory rca J1 HIIIOI CJlIIlIE olFS S L Prop nLostOil last Thursday a large Elk rluro with cross on It Reward for return to this office lOmytf 71F I ffi = 71 71 71j IJj 4 7iJ Ii 9 7 7 I 76 6 SHOULD BE PATRONIZED BY THE T r 1e PEUPLEOF MALISON COUNTY Examine carefully our of teachers and our prices1as given Then if have a daughter to educate write the Irin I t cipal He will pleasurq ncallinguPOnJ9Uu1dcxpainingevery detail of the work in Madison Institute No citizen of i 49L Madion cpunty shio l think of sending his daughter myarflonl homet when home school offcl S 11S good advantages and 4ndu e i 5 men t Uscan he found elsewhere SOME INSTITUTIONS SUPPORtED Bi HGME PEOP EyiSa principle vhich wUJimeGfc FOul Lstii t t jiji hearty approval if you will atop and think ofits reaching benfici int results You support Jidisoaas Btli iInstitute support ou will be pleased ciththe experiment dlc tr J LrJ OUR TEACHERS are as good as can he found iiiany school In the State OUR PRISaicitlnn the icacli of 4 i TliiOUll43i- s vi rperienced teachers horoughlnstruction gogd discipline and vreht P ices we coIiepMiison 1iittiLue i hFink Tor catalog1eti addJesne at Paqitiik Jj until June 1Odfr th It RwhmondKy 1ree44 Ou b o l AT z 5 1 NUMBER =v t JDo some one thing better than anoneeises i o it and bun yur borne lnlhjiepthsofthUf9ritth worM will blaze a pnUita Iilr r a The First of SPRThiG I AWAKEal NATURE is eningPut on the New GarbClothes make the man feel as royal as a Kings with the exhiliration of the new suit the new Top Coat that is in fresh from the Designers fresh from the Makers and such Makers the greatest Clothes Makers in the world have fashioned these goods Schloss Bros Co of Baltimore and New York The Correct Clothes Makers for Gentlemen have designed fashioned and made these new creations i Every garment carries their guarantee their label is in every garment none genuine with outc They have have no equalthere is a snap grace style in every lino of prthem English Salt and Peppers and Bannork burns overplaids tans and tracings harmonies of have to 40 Neckwear Prices PEOPLE nabltJ F list herewith you Richmond 1iu fay Madjsoii- a epcct Touch We are offering in our basement ii lot f sbor Nt w iiylow prices to clolb Ihem out There strips make elegant rugi and Home of them are large enough to cover small rooms and halls D OldhamTO MitlkifF Maltese take and You just Special Summer Excursions- via Illinois Central Railroad To California and Colorado and to the Lewis ad Clark Exposition Portland Oregon at special reducedrates Low one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana and low round trio rates to points in Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas on first and thii Tuesdays of each month Through Pullman Sleeper aily Louisville to Hot Springs Ar Only line running through personally conducted excursia sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Stteli Investments art not speculative The South tat not a new eonntry Mkanil ahlppiatr faiIIHiw are aJqnie and firI ei Tbs climate is mild au4 favu Mo NotwtUwtunUIn ibee sid oUr advntaeq outhrrn lit dii anus I l rtco fur SeJoiv their rani allie and at preiwm prices net large r uni OB tl r potbJIIllefloUr tilt Illinois IVntral lUllroml fur homegcekem anil investors IIddreM the ii drraigtied Further particulars of Home Agents or ddrs i F W HARLOW D P A Louisville K liRiMOFFETTS A I = 1 Cures Cholera Infant m Diarrhoea Dyjtntrry and the Bowel Troubles of Children of f Any Jigs Aids Digestion Regulates toe Bowels Strength tits the Childzad MAKES TEETHING EASY inanr1 yn CJftH V LiOsts unly at urUggtSIS ormall tiiurr 1 p J IU Mother Hesitate no longer but savi thc hcu1thq ia4iyour child as thousands have done bjIiagtFesJPW1S TEETHIfiA Is easily given and quickly octcomes tIre effects of the summers heatupon teethIng p g ir54 t v ff 6 8 7ff 7 or ij P u Expenses i The school year is divided intd two terms of nitfe than weeks each The xpenses per term lue as follows B ard fuel lights washing ouo dozch pieceavek 17 Qr Tuition Sh College Department ir TuitionAn Academic 1 ptrtrncn f 7 elect nuitioun Preparatory Department 4th lleaUer Gr 1U V P rrPjauoVi 1inMaudhii Guitar two lessons POWIePS tne CUS 0Vocal JlusicKtwo losapjia per week Drawingpencil cronVOil P ii1ting Bookkeepiiig yElocutivnprlvato IcssonaV Defsarte it Diploma VCertlficatotof y ItJ rC ftI t r iTh Ao If t Ji 0iIL Lrc b e s sw This store is fully prepared to meet the requirements otsany and ovary man who has an Oxford want IfWe have Oxfords for the man who wants good taste as far as shape S ind leather is concerned but who must and wilt have So evo Oxfords for S S S Foot ComfortYoung Man who 5 wants exclusive and extreme styles no matter how pro S nounced for the more Freakish theyare the better hoIS5s likes them For these swell dressers we have that are strictlyS S e SIii the SwimS j Wo aim to have and do have all the wanted styles for S wo often have to lit a mans ideas in Oxfords as well as his feet 1 Black leathers or Tan Lace or Button Blucher I Styles Military Heels etc Nothing left out S 0 0 20 to 500 S S S 55 i f James P Tribble T S S ISSS S S a SSThe Richmond Climax PUBLISUKU IVIRV WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated j o CHIINAULT PreiWent A D MILLBRBdltorll Manager PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAY 31 19O DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative j RW MILLER For Bounty Judge N D TURPIN FlIT County Attorney K H CROOKE For Sheriff P B BROADDUSj For County Olerk JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS For Snpt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF 7 MayorClarence E Woods Chiol of Police 4 II Allnian Councilman W S Oldham Richard McixeeT T Covineton G W Gates J A Mershon Jennings Maupin Police Jadge Jennings Greenleaf City Attorney T H Collins Magistrate James Dykes Constable L M Scrivner A PROPOSITION has been made to soil the Phillippine Islands to the Jap allege It has boon stated that when over peace is concluded between the Russians and Japanese the latter will have more moneythan theywill know what to do with and they will need more territory on which to ex pang their race since thcr island is already filled to ovorilowlng Hence the suggestion has been made that tbe PhUlippine be sold to them In eomn on the proposed deal the Commtmer says The Republican seems to be tired of tho Philippine problem and it has reason to be for the nation has lost money and standing in its attempt to ape the colonial systems of other countries But why regard the Fili pinos as merchandise to be turned over at a fair price to some other na tilwi l Why not recognize the inalien abro rights of the people of the Philip pins and turn the government over to tuptn Has our nation so forgot ten itfi traditions and its principles as tl regard human beings as the proper objects of bargain and sale Can we go out and buy people at Soncha- head and then dispose afthem at tn advance whonevorwe can find a pur chases s 3rlmeflort that is being made by the attorneys of Caleb Powers to get his case into the United States court for trial is based upon two fallacies that he can lOt get a fair trial in the state of Kentucky and that the pardon granted powers by W S Taylor was vaXd Those matters have beer pass 1iJ upbu bv the Court of Appeals ree tin sand even the Republican AyersYou can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherry Pectoral Parents know what it does for children bre- aksCherry c Pectoraliup a cold in a single wards off bronchitis preventsIpneumonia vise parents to keep it on hand The best eoaeh medicine money cn- k bUT Ayer Cherry Pe torn For the ruirli 01a hurIMa Inefro fl CherryPectoral judges refused to reverse the judg ment on tho grounds of the alleged validity of the Taylor Pardon EveryI reversal has been upon tecnical points Tho best lawyers in fact any competent and well read lawyer regard the plea for transferral from the state to the United States courts as farcical and without precedent The fact isI Powers can got in Kentucky what heI doesnt wanta fair trial and under the rulings of a partisan United States judge could he get his trial before one he stands a chance to get acquit ed guilty though he is of complicity in the Goobel murder conspiracy Cynthiona Times WE are in recoipj of the initial number of the Nicholas Advocate published at Carlisle with Mr John W fowling as Editor It enters the journalistic field with four pages of clean fresh news and bids fair to hold first rank among county news papers Notice To Taxpayers Madison Fiscal Court Order Taxes utder the statute are due the 15th uf March each year A great manyof the taxpayers of Madison county delayed the payment of their taxes until the 1st of November and have delayed so long as to cause the county to have to pay some interest on some uf the claims against it To obviate the necessity of interest and to me the just claims against the county the Sheriff is directed to proceed to collect the taxes at once and after the first to July he will levy if necessary to collect the taxes He will advertise and send his deputies into the various dis tricts as the law prescribes and will enforce a more prompt payment of taxes state and county mavS Ct J F WAGERS S M C Deafness Cannot be Cored By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is oijiyoireway to cure deafness afiti ttiat is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the ecstachlan tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperlect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation cau bo taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will be destroy ed 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 case of deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Oatarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CftEsEY Co Toledo O Sold by drusrgiets Toe Halls Family Pills are the best bDrice Sale IS f anything new in edVr eds Iron Beds Furnitur rs and Chair enports etc- bsjjbdow th patternI n Memorable Meeting of the Grand Commandery of Kentucky Knights Templar The Plumbed Knights for Two Days Held the Keys to Our City The 58th Annual Conclave Pronounced by all to Have Been a Grand Success Last Thursday night brought to a close the Fiftyeighth Annual State reConclavethree days the city had been turned over to the gallant Knights and ladles thandforehand and during the meeting to we ofmakepraise was given to our town npon its decorations and illumination and tho hospitalityof our people as on all by previous events was up to the stand ard all hearts anti homes beingopen to the visitors who began to arrive on Tuesdayafternoon The local mounted Khights were kept busy from noon of that dayon upto late at night meeting the trains both regular and specials bringing in the different Commander ics Tuesday night was marked with two brilliant receptions one at the home of Senator and Mrs James B McCrcary the other at Grand Commander and Mrs R R Burnams on the Summitt Both of the homes and ards were literally ablaze and splen lid music added much to the pleasure he MarionCommandery gave a mag nificent ball at Masanic Temple after ile two receptions which beautifully rounded out the evenings festivities The streets were thronged the greater part of the night with the happy throng and music tilled the air until long after the midnight hour Wednesday morning rose clear and tooliar parade Byeight oclock the own was one surging mass 6L human ty people from all over the county having come in to witness the rnagnif icient spectacle At the appointed hour the parade started from the College Campus with all Commander nd fourteen bands in line and loud applause greeted them at every turn This closed with the review on Main street religious services etc includ- Ing the sermon by Right Eminent Sir Knight John M Worrall Tho ad dress of welcome was made by Senator James B McCreary and the re sponse by Sir P G Witt P G at the Grand Opera house Till musical features were very elaborate and faultlessly executed by the best vocal talent of Richmond Wednesday afternoon the great drill by Louisville Team No 1 was witnessed by an immense crowd on the Campus This team won the prize over all others at the great Triennial at San Francisco last summen and theywere loudly applauded as they went through their different tactics They were escorted to and from the Campus by our local drill team which deserves special mention with Sir Knight J J Greenleaf drilling them they have done splendid work and in a short while will be able to compete even with Louisville No1 Following the drill came the recep tions by the Ryan Commandery the gymnasium and the Versalles Com mandery at the Evans home on North street Both of these functions were perfect and were attended by every body The DeMolays headquarters were at Madison Institute and never has a more beautiful scene been pre se ted The large yard was ablaze with no less than 500 lights having been put in for the occasion The receiving line stationed in the large parlors was composed of represents ties from Louisville and Richmond From them the guests passed into the yard where numberless tables were arranged nd delicious refreshment were served The Webb Commanders from Lexington entertained with a delightful reception at their headquarters the Clark residence on Main street On both Tuesday and Wed nesday nights informal dances were held ill thJHl1 room at the Temple Thursday morning the business session of the Grand Commandery was held at the Temple The following officers were elected Eminent Grand Commander John W La drum of Mayfield Very Eminent Deputy Grand Commander Thomas A Keith of Mnyiville Eminent Grand Generalissimo W B John son ol Lebanon Eminent Grand Captain General H 8 Moses of ixmisviile Eminent Grand MeniSr Warden J H Ewalt of KUerton Eminent Grand Junior Warden J G Cram ere of Lexington Eminent Grand Treasurer B O Stockton of Blchmond Eminent Grand Prelate William Yoeman of Versailles Eminent Grand Standard Bearer L D Ray of Owensboro Eminent Grand Sword Hearer T P Sailer white of Louisville Eminent Grand Captain of the fluardChi Smith of Danville Eminent Grand Warder M P Brown ol Frankfort Eminent Grand Recorder A H Bryant of Covinglou Thursday afternoon from five to seven theLouisville COU1ma1 dery received at their headquarters on roadway and at each reception the musical program rendered by the different bands and orchestras formed a most pleasant feature The Elks icception and the great Conclave ball closed the festivities Thursday night The Elks always do things tight and their reception was up to the usual standard For quite both the Commandery and the banquet ball was used for dancing t so great was the crowd SA touching incident of the meetir of the Grand Commandery was the It beautiful tribute paid to Major C F f Uurnam who on Wednesday pAssed his eighty fifth anniversary sad is utti Swtfdcst Templar 1m Ihe State The cifldiJ eulogy by Grand Pr late responsenbound 4ISai Olnnatlthbound AIDRESS and MarsCThe lam th bound C22a cultlt asa and baysa Roearth Ithas big tis sizes and25C 7bound 20 a iasdtIFceML1 S f cr J 0 grandiference to the time which you have by reached in life and your relation to ItalThere are in our appreciation of ings that belong to us that which can not ignore There is a wealth sentiment belonging to friendship and personal appreciation of more value than the assets that come to us habit from the material wealth of tho world No man can afford to disregard the good opinion of his felp lows and of those who are especially situated to express their opinion and in the representative opinion of many in gThisthis matter Selected by their very position expressive of honor and of truthfulness and of high character assembled here they have expressed their appreciation of your relation tn them and in doing so you get the high thought and feeling of men whose opinion is worthy to be es teemed No man can afford to neg lect the esteem of his fellows One i of the most aged writers of earth one of the grandest of its patriarchs when expressing bis gratitude to God and men and the vindication of his character before men said that when he walked down the street the elders rose up to do him honor and the friends of his sitting in the gate rose to honor him as their representative thereby expressing his appreciation of the opinion of those who stood in a position to express high commendation on the worth of the tuna With regard to yourself sir this body has expressed their interest in you as to your work in the state for you have been of groat service to the Commonwealth great service to society of great service to this order and have held before us all the re markable illustration of a man at tending to those things which are thought to be worthy his attention late into life There is another thing in connec tion with age illustrating to us how beautiful to grow old It is a ques tion that we all have to consider We must meet that event how to grow old Deatitifully usefully and in sucha way as to impress those about us There is no murmuring to such a condition there is no fretfulness in such a position there ii no failure of the duties that belong to a man who is growing old beautifully but as the leaves of the forest gradually change their coloring and then their strength and for a while flutter in the breezes and at last gently fall and pass to earthso the great man is like the leaf that fadeth gradually beauti fullysimply expressively and then quietly to let go and lie dow The destinies that are before him You have illustrated to those of us who are younnger hardly claim that for myself now but to those of us who are yotiger the value of fidelity to lifes duties and to this institution especially by doing what you could for it even in oldage You have not forsaken it because your steps weie too hepvy or your life to tremulous to follow it You have been In its midst a benediction and an influence and a counsellor up to the very Inst and assembled here in your own town and amongst your neighbors we desire to express to you and then to say to the world about how highly we appreciate these elements and actions in your life tbat have bound you to the order and not only that but to the communiy in which you live A great many men Major make a large reputation away from home but the beauty of this is that your standing is with your neighbors with those who are nearest to you with those who have been best able to judge and with those who have been most deeply affected by all that has constituted the activities of your life 1Fora man tG have his neighbors gath ercd abont him to express their thoughts feelings and appreciations is an honor that is not given to ordinary men And now sir expressing the sent i ments of this Grand Commandery and through it of nil its constituents expressing that sentiment for us not only as Knights Templar but for the citizens of this community and of this Commonwealth and of the broad Influences of social life we want to say that we are glad to see you standing so erect at this eightyfifth milepost aiid still able to minister in ac tivities of life and in gentle influences to the order May you long be permitted to do it not until you are too wearynot until you are tired of life for we do not believe that will come to you but for the good of the order for the blessing of the family about you for the benediction that f 11s upon the community where your life has been so gentle and bluised We hope that these years may continueI and that you may still be to exert that influent e upon the youngand the old upon the social political and all the interests with which on have been associated 1 mostcrdlallysi give you the ccm highIgyou in the relations In which yi have stood MAJOR BHRNAMS RESPONSE GraMd Emlneitt Commander Sir Kjjigfats cadie SIu1 Gout liuicii IlMs 1llustrioxis i hajj pr Kent af New York in wii1 i- an old than sMilst11t1g d i ii je rl I Iii IP eminent jurist was hero today he J would certainly withdraw that opin ion or at least make an exception in mycase In the year 1818 I was initiated into this order in Webb Commandery in geyearsprobably the Oldest Templar in Ken tucky Ilooked around tho room as the venerable Prelate from Frankfort Sir Henry Wyngate initiated me and I saw there the distinguished Dr are Robert A Breckinridge I think tho most intellectual man I have known his nephew John Cabel Breckinridge who afterwards became Vice President of the Uuiteu States Sir Walter Williams of Winchester who became an afterwards a Senator iu Congress and I felt that I was surrounded great influences But beyond and ioe all these I endeavored as I took in the scene of Calvary and thea Ascension to often be reminded ofa those forms of the old religions which taught us that by truth and valor and i sacrifice the world was to be uplifteds and mankind to be made better- I w have felt wholly unworthyof these commendatians that have been aid to me now entirely unworthyof them I have cndcavocd however the discharge of my duties as a citizen and a Mason to retain the ood will of my friends and my fel citizens and to be assured that I have not lost them is with me as Iashall approach the dark valley andE shadow a great consolation And to me addressed by this venerable gel tlumrn a man whose life as a man and Mason and a Christian minister is illustrious and exalted is to mako it a doubly priced favoi Sir you have won great eminence as a Prelate c Kentucky and in the United StatesI Your life has been beautiful and I trust that Then the end shall come you will bo enabled to apply to your self those vords of our poet Bryant in which he says that Hetrho from zone to zone Guides through the boundless sky the wild- blrdllIlgbt In the long way that I must tread alone Will guide my steps aright ADDRESS OF WELCOME DELIVERED BY SENATOR JAMES B McCREARY Sir Knights The Grand Com mandery of Knights Templar of the State of Kentucky according to a time honored rule this day convenes in Grand Annual Conclave- I present to each antI to all a cordial and sincere welcome to Richmond Ky Our people greet you our hearts are yours and the portals ot our homes are open to you You meet to transact important business and exchange fraternal greet ings and Knightly courtesies I am sure this Annual Conclave like fll others in the past will be crowned with success and characterized bv harmony and unity and redound to the honor and weltare ot our beloved order and be conspicuous for acts becoming and appropriate to those who are courteous brave and true You meet in an historic county es tablished more than one hundred years by an Act of the Virginia Leis latuie where in pioneer days th people endured many hardsh i stria dangers and disasters but this county of Madison where Daniel Boo e anti his comrades fought and suffered to advance civilization and establish liberty and independence is as peace ful and progressive as law abiding antI liberty loving as any in our groat Commonwealth ROIl tile people of the hospitable and attractive city of Rich mond beam with joy and are radiant with determination to help make this Conclave equal to any ever held in Kentucky and worthy of perpetual remembrance You meet at a time wncn wo can look back at a century just passed of wonderful developmentgreat achievements unparalleled progress mar uelons inventions glorious heroiiim and generous charities in which the freedom and independence of our lIt public and the blessings of a govern ment by tho people have shed their radiance throughcut the world and made our country an accepted model of runny of the nations of the earth You meet when a new century is unfoldingstill greater achievements and grander possibilities and more glorious records Inviting higher ideals suggesting greater civilization and pleading for a wider diffusion lof Christianity a time when duty to God duty to country and duty to man appeal perhaps more earnestly than ever before This is the active wonderful heroic glorious age in which we live and environments anti results encourage and stimulate Knights Templar who teach loyalty to established govern ment and fidelity to law and who believe in honor and truth and char ty and in the overshadowing Father hood of God and in tho eternal broth erhood of man Napoleon just before the battle of the Pyramids in Egypt said to his army Remember that from the summits of these monuments contur lea look down upon you May it not be said as we review the history of Knights Templar both in ancient und in modern times centuries look upon them and glitter and glisten with their good and noble work Free Masonry Knights Templacism and patriotism have always been I n limately associated 4n our country They were rocked in the cradle ofli erty in the day of Washington Frank lin Hancock Warren and their dim patriots and from them we denc abundant inspiration Fiftytwo years ago William B Jldbbard Grand Commander of U GFfand Encampment the Unjiltd States in an address delivered at jhe IexingjonIIUSIl1 e cause ar ilasonry was never so as at the present tlmeu a occupies the front rank i tlocteLtif societlcsof the world for chivalric honor and moral worth Today Knights Tcmplar can say with pride and pleasure tjbpse win Is- i in6l9qu atly spoken are still at I- iebleso Osir ttIQved order lch fMMiii fure G fo j fit isd xlPIIM1wIhi 0 f 1k j1 J Where Disease 5irNo Need to Fear Germs if the Stomach be Healthy The ideal breeding place for disease rms is a weak stomach and digestive stem The food instead of being as jiimilated turns into a sour slimy Fermenting mass causing gases dis tress after eating bloating nausea and flatulency The poisonous germs that given oil from this undgested food enter the blood and pimples bolls and blotched skin is the result Nervous ness and sleeplessness come more often from weakened digestion than from any other one cause Rheumatism and gout are directly caused by acid condition of the stomach No ordinary food digestive can give lasting relief It is absolutely fleece sary if one wishes to bo well to use tomarblend aot a pillar out of place Sir I bid God frnclhoprinciples in the past and worked soI faithfully for religion and law which constitute the beacon lights ot our founders and predecessors May you ever be true to your vows and to your mission as Templars and earnest la borers in the development of the great virtues which make Justice Fortitude nd Mercy triumphant May you ver beforemost in the advancement of civilization patriotism and good goverment useful to mankind ready to promote happidess aid tho nnfor tunate cpmfort the distressedand champion the noble faculties which fit mankind for eternal life and finally when your pilgrimage on earth is end edmay each of you be cheered anSI sustained with the welcome plaudit Well done good anti faithful 5crS vant enter thou into the joy of thy LordAgain my brothers I welcome youI to Richmond and wish you a succes ful and enjoyable Conclave The Conclave was a grand success from start to finish and was so pro nounced by all visitors who were lavish intheir praise of everything and everybody It was pronounced by all to be the greatest State Con clave ever held and will long dwell as a delightful memory to all who at tended The great success of thisI meeting is due to the Emminent Com mander W Rhodes Shackclford andI his colaborers who were untiring in their efforts before and during the meeting to have this occasion a memorable one in the history of Ken tuoky Conclaves The next Conclave will be held in ParsIAone year hence rt Gab Notes Tho Art Club lielH its Inst meeting of tho year in the Elks Club rooms on Moiitliiy Miv rhe fifteenth Tile iiist core of officers were elected for the tmMiing year with the excep i n of the Corresponding Secretary lisa Fairhurst who will not return to Uchainiiil next year Miss MayTrib hIt ras elected to fill the place Those who have held the offices inetoforo and who were reelected were Mrs John boa Russell Pre Mrs E B Hume Vicepres i Mi 8 Helen Bennett Rec Sec and Miss Me Burner otMadison Institute Treasur er Several of those on program were out of town or unable to bo present oi this occasion Those who did respond however were up to the usual standard of the delightful program the club has been enjoying during the winter Miss Mary Tribbles paper on China and Mrs Jack Millers talk on American Aspect of Sculpture were delightful and gracefully rendered These were followed by Missions on Civil Improvement that would hays fairly dazzled the City Fathers could they have heard the many suggestions made to improve our town The cub proposes to take up work in future that will prove practical and helpful as well as pleasing and inter sting The Art Club lIsa joined the Ktidcration of Clubs which has its meeting this year In Cynthiana in June rhe president of a club is always a standing delegate to theseconventlone which in this instancor is Sins Join Hooe Russell The other delegate chosen was Mrs E B Himo and two alternates were selected provided these ladles could not attend The club then adjourned to meet again the Oth of October and resume work for another year p Bombarded Crotchet tETUIS One particular feature of the DeMo lays presence here was tho firing of their small motar cannon at stated in ervals Mny salutes were fired and tho reports could be heard all over town and vicinity One shell hit on the roo of Crutohor Evans ftore and tore quite a hole however this was the only damage done ilionn the only known nirnedy that soothes and heals the mucous memo brane of the stomach and digestive tract stimulates the solarplexus and etrenght ns the nervesoI the stomach This remarkable remedy puts the whole disestivo system in so healthy clean and sweet a state that fermentation of the food cannot exist any die sease germs in the stomach will be destroyed and all food will be so well as similated that a rapid and healthyin crease in weight will quickly result Miona is a guarateed cure for all di seases 01 the stomach excepting cnn cer a guarantee being given by B L Middelton with every package he sells agreeing to refund the money should the remedy not give perfect satisfaction Folk Alter Saloons Outside ct M Lin s Qty A telegram was received April 17 om Governor Folk by Sheriff Harpel St Louis County that the Sunday osing law which observed in St Louis sterday closing saloons must be en rced in the county The telegram advised Sheriff Harpel that Governor Folk had been informed of wholesale violations of the law in the county yesterday and directed that the sheriff take such steps as may be found neces sary to enforce the law and to call for such aid as may be required The text for the message was as follows Jefferson City April 17 George Harpel Sherifl of St Louis Co Clayton Mo Section 3011 Revised Statutes 1800 makes it unlawful for any one having a dramshop license to operateon Sunday This is the law any violation of it is lawlessness It is my sworn duty and yours to uphold the majesty of the lM Information having come to me of wholesale violation of this statute in t Louis county your attention is called to it and you are directed to take such steps as necessary to see that the laws are strictly enforced You may call on lor such aid as is necessary to effectually carry out these Instructions JOSEPH W FOLK Governor omiiocr s ah W A Anderson Ac Plff- Hattie vs W Letcher c Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of Judgments and Orders ol Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February and May terms 1005 in the above styled cause the undersigned will on Thursda June 8 f05 beginning at the hour of 10 oclock in Richmond Ky proceed to ex pose to rale to the highest and best bidder the following property viz Certain Dwelling House and Tract of Land ocated in Richmond Ky on Main kjoitiingfames T on east and Win Arnold docd on the west and fronting on Doth the Lexington and rates Creek Turnpikes con taming 55 47100 acres more or less Upon said property is located one of he largest antI handsomest brick resi denies in Madison county having nil n d jru improvements handsomely fit Uhe I and in good repair Upon said properly is located also servants quaII ters stable carnage house necessary outbuildings and also a very large green house well equipped with residence for same near by Said prop erty is known as the S P Walters or Letcher home place rSaid property will be offered for sale in parcels as follows anti then as a whole and will be sold in the manner bringing the most money Said property has been surveyed and olatted by S F Rock and the same on I6 file in this case and Is here referred to and made part hereof According lo said plat and survey the said property is divided in seven 7 parcels with streets and alleys laic Appropriately Ihree of said parcels will front on Main ifstreetsaid parcel including the resident nd green house will front upon a street parallel with Main street and ifInsaid parcels will front on Tales Creek Pike adjoining a street running from Main street to the same Said property will he offered for sale separately in seven parcels as above stated and on the day of sale may also lip offered for sale by adding two rr more parcels together to be determirI d on day of sale and then fern for sale as a whole and the sale matte In the manner brineing the most 0moneystreets running P Lexington Pike perpendicularly to a street in front of the residence property one of which streets Is 66 feet wide and runs to the front of the present rca ISilonceIs the same widthand runs as a pre ent located to the green house lot TERMS The sale or sales will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and purchasers will be required to give bonds with good security for the 0paymepthave the force and effect a hearing legal interest from day of sale until paid with n lien retained upoa all property Fold until all the purchase money and interest are paid P1LTHORRE Master Commissioner Madison Ciicuit Court Jortit Midsummer Display On a1dAJt Wednesday May 17 jl A i H- d I 1f V IJ k ttJc r ct Carriage and Reception Hats i o1t Fancy Silk and Net Cos tuinesJtJ Muslin DressesSoA rLinen and Pique Separate J Skirts e f Embiy and Co i Ladfes II H ff H urnISher 1 IIIEast Main Street L3ungtont Ky l II O y tI I It tJ c4Jo t j 0 0 r w II Wall Paper Painting Paper Hanging W P BaxterFactory Agent for Frederick Beck Co Wall Paper and Decorations The largest and most complete selection ever shown Better larger and more artistic than any ever shown in Richmond Will tak great pleasure in calling and showing them and making estimate for you or call at my residence on Main street A telephone call will bring them to you Remember that when you buy paper from me that you get the best work that can possibly he lone That paper and borders are the same price I hs is juite an Hem as most dealers charge you about four prices for border making the border cost more than the paper which is wrong and costs just the same Superior W o r k ra ajttvgji I p W P BaxterEast Main St Telephone iJ2 Richmond Ky Remember Paper and Borers Cost Same Price ii j L vrarso1820 N Upper Lexington It Extraordinary Sale of Womens Seasonal Garments Beautiful Garments at rics The woman who a predates dressy gan ents at economical prces will this department this week Assortment are in great variety Everysi wtirlsunnshipfit will IlPr last long 1775 for womens tailored atits that were tlli For flfi a h tifully made suit the real value f276Band W Panama Walking Ski numerous gores in the plaited style p el front 5nvere plaiti l baric kind for 6 50 Womens Jackets andtin touts springs smartest s and the correct shades Taffeta Silk 1 Biking Skirts special values Thousands of Yards of the Newest and most Beautiful Silks Here Is an oppottuiiity to buy the most beautiful weaves at virtually lees than cotton goods price Every yard is dependable quality and every piece made tor this seasons wear Colored Pongee Silks Tufleta Switinc Silke all the fashionable colorings Huh Mtnsa line Silks soft and Xjistrinus Black Japanese Silks an pxttra flue grade Black and colored Taffeta Silks excellent hriRh rustling duality fashion able for whole slits J Great variety of colorsWhite HabutiAi heavy quality all at special prices that means the biggest values of the year Worncns3Waists Silks and Lawns marked at enormous reduction Special hates in summer dress goods A representative cliplay of some of the newest fcpring and summer fabrics at prices to create a ppusa tion White Persian IJawns 20 and 25c These beautiful fine slieer dress goods are warranted strictly perfect dainty mid dressy for eveniti and street wear and lor crarlnatlng dresses Whltedot ted Swiss fino gauze III ale ial in neat medium and large wovitn dots delightfully cool for street and evening wears 25c special sale price Colored and Black Dress Goods Substantial saving in tHonew weaves of dress goods i oloreil Voiles maketl at half price 50 inch Pakiama suiting worth S150 This is oiie of the seasons most popular drps8 materials Mohair Sicilians these sty ll mater t to II j t Mrs over the a j Mr anti Mrs ZJ T best wishes of hjir many little Rkt Jar raiM Uiitte P Lick ia ii to mwl It ir jfatM 7us Pop t1 j t- L wrai si tMe dust all colors and l lirk llmcl i wide regular 7Cc value for iiDc I Goods Suitable for almost anv occasion 1 II week will he an excellent week ti t cure a tine new dress nrkirt foraHtna outlay Lupins fabrics light weiy1 Voiles 44 inches wide right in weigh antI weave for plaited and sherre dresses this week 75c and SI The Celebrated J W B A special sale of the f125 kind at 7 Other makes of high grade corsets proportionate Women find childrens hoelerv special values 25c Supply yourself at saving j m and Towels- At special bargain prices this wi Table Damask GS inches wide I PI quality full bleached new pat fworth I special week 79c V kins all sizes and prices SI per tIup A splendid full linen Towe t size 141ler dozen Full yard wide exra fine Connt the best washing fabric made 2 v Mrs lifnl gowns and ptyle You will enjoy the dresses she designs for you J Watkon Lexington K Cooking JtGIL v The Richmond LightCo has engaged for one vcok ji Monday Jurfe 42 to i 7 r T Miss Emnfe S Griffin v Graduate Departm4t of Domestic Science Armour Irisltute Chicago to give a FREE of lectures on Domestic W 7 Demonstrating theJe ofiithe Gas Range t ifAladies of Richmond attendthis free course of 1e res demonstrations tJ givenath I J Masonic Hall over Coviriton Main street t BIR HSIIMrl anti joiciHg Rico daUlhte11 4their daughter who last iViaineMlny IRcl uck- S4 UwiriiMti neighbor toWof tew rnnibdr iMiJgti hLl WVO at4t At1 allycarrosindlsfiiitiuiiI Black Band Corsets reductions Table Linens this White Linen Cambric Pendleton Dress that VIakingI lovel L Water Course Science Banks IrOxir RESTORATIVEC- URSNEFTODEBlUTr 1M wor14a31rM mee who ani strong BunUt and nerr forest men of ambition eMSTS 5ersori toe tct lit qoihrviiiiiYlUpment lid mate life worth Citirej r s5s Prtraiiii MUMMW slid other troj J to OTirworkuiioUnfcdrar btblu nd healthy blood Ud repairs v5 lMulIy oo4 for wen BookIOl rIrltMt altoL Six tar ILOe postpid Wk M to pIuI COrIi or Firm MM0MC ASMtCUTWM CHICAGO For sale by E C Win L m A l VJ s These are Carnage Buying Days Fine weather onanything ninesrt DepotWagons every style of wantmakepricesintfONDlctKY eaTTaIll1oTtSItJNE 232 Peebles Sweet Hickory c Coffee Frasa Bros SOLE AGENTS MAIN STREET PHONE 165 he Richmond Climax PL DAY MAY 31 1905 at Monday will be County PY r1 ester till have an old time 1 ssf ft 10 and 11 7 irst Sunday train over the w he rnn next Sunday r i fanA time attend the G A t ainn at Winston July 4 4tI r iver pain Burns cuts a s stings Instant relief Dr r FIcctric Oil At any drug- r r I reign Missionary Society of rrsbyterian Church will meet noon at 3 oclock In the h r tn ot the church- T riling balsamic virtues of N rtN pine are concentrated in li Norway Pine Syrup na is remedy for coughs and colds t rn suffer from that horrible r the i ight itching piles 33 ntment cures quickly and nuly At any drug store 50c was almost a miracle Burdock titters cured me of a terrible a r ii ut all user the body Istn rat fnl Miss Julia Filbridge C rmveil Conn Lost I the Baptist Church yard on last c Rlav morning during the Tem j raralp a black silk jacket Find please return same to this of At Estill Sprints r Kentucky and Tennessee Board rirf Insurance Underwriters will at Estill Springs the 8th 9thand f June They could not have nn a more delightful meeting place i tins fatuous resort Excursion to Cincinnati ne L k A Railroad will run their Sunday excursion to Cincinnati return on Sunday June 4 at round rate of S150 from Richmond leaves at a m arrives at Cln lilt at 1015 a m Returning leaves rinnati at 830 p m f om Grand Iral station M Hacker Agt Kicked by a Horse fr Andy Dykes who resides near nesboro was seriously injured by a ie He was kicked with such force his face and head were almos tied Since the accident he has inly short intervals ot conscious He is about 28 years of age and r any friends Sunday Train iemce iioencing Sunday June 4 and riiinc each Sunday until October Atlantic Railroad Louisvillen trains arriving and art r from Richmond as follows r VJrsalllea G a m and G33 p m r Irt ne and Beattyyille 10 a m r ersailles and Nicholasville j a infl 11 30 p m rom ttyville 35 p m iecia es of onu fare for roundup t 0010 round trip rate re tha at For particulars call J jfcifqr Agent tf iksist that wis the time to bu your- winterC4ai is clear t S idJ estandchea- pt Un J 1 Ist iIl sell ied Ash Jellico 4 BIEior Grates Stoves bushels tenOO bushels e g teej his coal to be f heel telY nee o k and Dirt td tr thrJbest sold in- lChuIJ gyou viiht the stat thoi5west price ring i U1nI e fbrices are for CasheIivery aria ar to July 1 e Wittgiono T4Ys L AX r tP r Good flour makes happy homes We are sole agents for the celebrated Obelisk the best thats made lOmytf Oolyer Bros Strayed or St6len From the pasture of John X Todd near Crutcher on May 19 a dark bay mare 14J hands high with short mane and ragged tail and heavy in foal A liberal reward will be paid for Information leading to recovery all at this office or McGrath Williams R F D No 1 Richmond Ky 21m2t Awards At the Walters School commence ment the following were thb awards Scholarship Waller Park prize Honorary Mention Henry Kerr Wm Wallace Fred Gates Hart Perry Hanson Thomas Joe PChenaultJohn Foster Robert E Turley Sam Parkf Burnam AttendanceJohn Park Strother Park prize Honorary Mention Robert Ji Tur ley John Foster Shelby Jett David a Hisle Karl Park Robert Walker I tloslng of the Theater Season This week marks the closing of the theatrical season and the management of the opera house have been fortunate enough to secure the DoPew Burdettr Stock for the closing attraction Th lis one of the largest repertoire com panies on the road and played an engagement here last October giving on tire patislnction to large crowds Messrs DePew and Burdette need no introduc lion here as they are both favorites The engagement begins Thursday night June 1 when the company will present the Lights of Gotham a four act comedy drama produced with all special scenery and costumes Four big vaudeville acts will be presented each night including the great Pariean kalitecnoscope presenting a new series of life pictures including the grand opera Parsifal A grand bargain matinee Saturday Night prices 102000cts Dedicatory 5crrtces The dedicatory services held at Va ley View last Sunday v ee a success in every particular A large and appre ciative crowd attended The sermon delivered by Rev H W Elliott was very forceful and logical We wish es necially to congratulate the women of this place and elsewhere for the boun tiful dinner furnished by them on thin occasion Everybody had plenty to eat notwithstanding the fact that they had fed from two to three thousandl river men during that week women justly deserve the compliment paid them by the log buyers from Louisville and other places Contri butions were very liberally made fortl the purpose of repairing the chnrchal The amount received was 168 of which amount the church donated S50 of to tho State Board of Missions WeB wish to express our thanks to the log men for their liberal gifts amon flwhomClay county who ave25j Mr Ed Callahan Sheriff of Breathitt county SIO Bros of Frankfort 5 and timanytownsman Mr W E Chase Manager Southern Lumber Co who heretofore contributed in lumber and money toal the amount of 50 opened up his heart an this occasion and us 25 J LOarpenterSI Valley View Ky You cannot afford to purchnR f aew bnggv until you have oxaminpri our line and prices Colyer Bros lOmytf Fine Farms for Sale In next weeks Climax will appear acomplete list of farms for sale by tbe Richmond Real Estate Agency Those having property farsale or who desire 6 purchase should call onjor address a the undersigned No 711294 acres about two miles from Richmond with elegant tern room residence tobacco and stock barns well wateied and good fencing Possession given January 1st 1900 Price 15600 Easy terms NQ712255icres all will grow or tobacco on 8 miles from lllchraond The farm Is nearly all In and is well equipped in every detail Has an excellent frame house barnes andoutof ten rooms good buildings stock scales plentyof Rc1ngfirstclss isafide 1ucer pay Well on your investment Easy payments 6131Oacres spendld land V miles north of in one of- innof Madison c splendidtresidence pf eight tiro bards splendid young orchard Well watered and edA tkoma ta good farlRPrlco ttopr acre allfljfMb Price r uWe and wlll be- o4 r longtime alxy l btttAgency I i c J 1 1 if 2 f 8 1tjS = r jJ r1 r ztr I 6 L 4Ji y J r o s u SCuLored Spot s onp per II tf j t trtt = k1YDI rI Wrj1iIT + A ft in of 1 2 3 5 Mr and Mrs C R Boucher are hap over thee ar ivalof handsome laughter on last lliurfidav night Decoration of Confederate Graves June 3rd Time graves of soldiers in Richmond will be decor ed Saturday June 3 1905 Jeffenun Davis birthday under the D Waller Chenault Camp and Thos Collins Camp All friends are m vited to be present anti the ladies arc invited to come and bring owers soldiers will meet the Court House at 130 p m and march to the Cemetery Friends on or in vehicles will march in same with the exCon 1erate soldiers An address will be delivered at the Cemetery then the graves will be decorated on flowers Mesdames Ed flume J M Poyntz Bertha M mith Laura Blanton lamps Arbuckle Harris Maria Lynn Miss Kathleen Poyntz N B Com Thcs B Collins Camp David Chenault Cpm D Waller Camp Decoration Day Elsewhere in this issue will be found the formal of Confeder ate Day which will be observed next Saturday June 3rd This if beautiful custom when onco each year the graves of our dead soldiers who fought foe the beloved South are strewn with flowerEt und the memory of lost cause is refreshed IYWlf M tSir prod t edonrye eaalterl a fJrtt Grrxd of p ti WHILE STOCK ARE FULL jf I1 It pays to your clothes early while assortments e large before the choicest patterns are p Idfriendsto come as early as possible for selection rv Easy tg the to fit no whether you be or or leanwe keep sizes specially adapted to all shapes ta good on the to make any alteration suit must fit We sell the famous handmade suits of Rosenwald 4Wellwwedhavefabrics tailored in the height of fashion priced in the greatest moderation ttFinestwear j HATSe Youmans Stetsons Pioneer rthe very best brands the world and a very assortment the newest styles to select Every hat fully guaranteed 125 150 350 4 BIRTHS a Confederate Cemetery management especially ExConfederate horseback procession appropriate Committee Deatherage Chenault announcement Decoration ksewubfasoaslrK- emAz ItT- batw3py tlilttalsis e- ttkaaft3ia gmmaiuler aertlucky buy and and their assortment and exactly size matter and tailor spot other fine and and Belts from 250 bablyopebf 1wnsmandery of Kentucky is one of Richmonds best known citizens and one ot the most earnest workers in the Richmond Con mandery ilr Stockton is justly proud of tho honor conlorre on him by this grand body of Tem plars Bert as he is popular termed is President of time Ken tucky Pharmaceutical Association Influence of Sunshine and Flowers IThe prone men is to be governed in by outward colorings how amiable the world seems in the sweet springtime when nature is reawaking even the Spring fashions have their effect on men and women A gentle man tells us that he slopped in W P Oldham Cos and tried on one of their new suits from the celebrated makers Schloss Bros ft Co of Baltimore and after viewing himself with pride and contentment in the accom modatiiiR mirror he turned and said It makes a fellow feel good to put on nobby Spring tOWland I believe it just as good medicine as hate the doctors could give to buoy up the spirits and make one feel like life is worth living nice clothes certainly have an influence on the human race flew Rule At the meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee held in Frankfort Tuesday a new rule was promulgated as follows District Con ventions and PrimariesHow Called In any Senatorial or Legislative district having more than one county the Executive Committee may 9rder a pri mary or convention to be held in only one county of the district for the pur pose of making a Democratic nomina tion for Senator or Representative provided that this action unanimous ly agreed to by the respective candidates and the district chairmen but in- case of disagreement between the Chairmen or upon protest from one or more candidates when a primary or convention is held in one county by mutual agreement the aclinn ff said county must afterwards be ratified by the District Oommittw Walters Gomrcencwitat Tuesday night closed another successful year lor Walters institute Notwith standing the many attractions on the outside quite u representative audience attended the commencement exercise- at the opera house Timers were four graduates MearsSam ParfesBurnam Jerry Powell William Doty and Fled Glues all if whom made excellent speeches The graduating address was delivered by Rev Bnrritt Jenkins of Kentucky University whQ spoke in a charming manner expounded on th make up of a man education tlkin for Im tour points What does he know what can he do what is he and what dOts loabpire to do Music for this event was furnished by Troftti Orchestra of Lexington Profesor Bar rett and his aide asslstsnts are to ba congratulated over the splendid record this school has made It rank with the foremost preparatory schools for boys and in yvorv way fits them for the higher Con gillte Couj es The pwt year h 08beia ery jtoeeecifnl one and w tlm dfct forthiesoi1ahrilUau t enteirif f t rRi Q st 1 f t t HANAN and WALKOVER SHOES These two lines constitute a great shoe team each the finest of its class Hanans are recognized the world roundas the finest make for men without a single T T 5exception we show all the newest spring styles CHlCl 6WalkOvers lead the world in the 8350 and 84classfinest leathers perfect fitting lasts Jstylish shapes and unequaled for wear And a great assortment of other shoes of every style and kind each full value for the price125r 150 J752t 250 3 Soft easy plow shoes for tender feet b +A COVINGTON t BANKS PetLee Broken Thomas Dawsett of COlor became en rngtd Saturday night at a young cold fd boy and threw a rockbut instead f hitting his intended victim he struck Fannie Tevis and broke her leg below the knee The racket occurred on B street Daweett was placed under arrest j PERSOINALI Miss Minnie Dykes spent Sunday in Lexington Miss Kathryn Scott spent Sunday in LexingtonM Clay of Cincinnati was hero last week Mr Wallace Muir of Lexington was here last week Judge Wheeler and wife of Beatty vile were here last week Miss Bessie Riddell of Irvine was the guest of Mrs Neale Bennett last weekMiss Stella bomson of Irvine spent last week with Mrs B W Tur ne Mr John Thomas an old C U hay was here with the Marion Command ary Mr Bland Ballard and familyof Danville visited relatives here last weekMr Cay McClure of Winchester spent last week with Mr Earl ilc GarveyMrs P B Lanbam of Lebanon was with Miss Bettie Taylor for the ConclaveMrs 1 Middelton hadas her guest MissAnnie Middelton of Shel byville Wallace Johnson of the class of 98 C Uteas here with the Versailles Commandery Miss Margaret Clayton of Beatty ville visited Mrs Alene Boggs during the Conclave Miss Laura Pepper of Frankfort was a charming guest at all the Con clave functions Mr Lucien Burn m cf Danville has been visiting his parents Judge and Mrs A R Burnam Mrs George Land of Lexington was with Miss Mollie Fire daring the Conclave G S Grconlcaf is spending the week with his brother in Richmond Lancaster Record Miss Vida Grover of Sardis h vial ing her relatives Mr and Mrs A J Suit on Fifth street Mist Nettie Scrivner of Winchester was with her sisters Misses Aha and Sue Scrivner for the Conclave Mrs Emmett Dickson and daughter Miss Llzzette of Paris have been visiting relatives and friends here joinshe is a member for the Conclave The Cecilian Club will hold Us lat meeting of the season with Miss Katherine Walker this afternoon Mrs Nippert and daughter Miss Ruth of Cincinnati were puests last lamilreMessrs George and Willi Wit llama and Mr and Mrs T it Wi Hams were here from Irvlije 1a4 week Mrs Sam Tudor and davgktjlr Mis Judith of Irriae were the gui sta 1a week tf Mrs Mrs Claude Sist tfc oil Second street HOB Grant F hilly waif IH inches 1etlng9ft8iltH K M ittiraey r 0 fK 4 The younger set enjoyed delight f il dance at the gymnasium imme diately after commencement exercises on last Tuesday night Miss Bessie White and neices Misses Bertha Margaret ard Lucille Tuttle have concluded vhit to Mrs R K Stone and returned to their home at Paint LickmCap W B Jones of Richmond Ky and his daughter Mrs W R Potter and children of Greenville S C visited Mrs Carrie J Tribble last week Shelby Sentinel Quincy Ward an od 0 U boy was here with tbe Cotter do Lion from Paris Mr and Mrs C K Oldham of Mt Sterlingwere with Mr and Mrs W D Oldham last weektMiss Esthers Burnams guests dur ing the Conclave were Mrs Hall and Miss Irma LaBrot of Frankfort Misses Ethel Witherspoon cf Ver sailles Alene Watts of Lexington and Miss Finch of Denver have been guests or Mrs H M Blanton Among the visiting newspaper mgr here last week were G T Lewis of the Frankfort Roundabout Dan M Bowmar of the Woodford Sun and Steve Vaught of the Danville Adyo cateMrand Mrs C N Smith and daughter Miss Em and Hiss Mary Lynn Mock left yesterday for Rich mond to attend tbe Conclave Misses Nell Long Ruth Hall and Kathleen Foley and Messrs Edward Sampson and John Miller compost house party that is beingentertained by Miss Maud Martin this week at herI home near Richmond Danville Ad vocate The following invitation has been issued The Senior Class oftThe raldwfcll request your pretence at its Commencement Exercises Friday morning June th3 second nineteen hundred and five at ten oclock Grand Opera Route Richmond Ky The graduating class fo composed of Misses Susan and Mary Akers Fan r nie wilson Katherine Eades Cathryn Scott and Messrs William Evans i Pall Griggs and John Doty The following ladies came overwith y the Versailles Comrnamlery Ms J W Newman Mrs P M Blackcrby Mrs D L Thornton Ira J L Amf den Mrs Lucy E Davis Mrs J Beazley Mrs R L Thurman Mrsr Theodore Harris Mrs C M Brown tug Mrs W B Coger Misses Laura r Btowning Frances Wassoc Ellen and 1 Ethel Wilherspoon Eloise McCaw Ruth Parrish Lida McConnell Kate f Sullivan Bessie ram prances Berry t Katberine Boyd Edith Railey Lottie Davis Ellen Ward Lotlij Smith Fan tile Williams Lids Nockols Louise Webb Edith and Joe Marshall and Miss Lyen The following announcement from Lexington Leader will bo of interest here since Mr Berry attended 0 d Central Unlversltya number of years ago and Is pleasantly remembered here The engagement has been announced of Mr RobertjBerry Jr of this city to Miss Helen Jenkings of Liconner Washington The mllr1 riage will be celebrated in June at the hirne of Miss the far West and the coo lle willnrko their home membertand IB a very attractive and popular J oung business man the son of Louise Berry and brother JJdr3AstlJwel- lrIle met his Sue youx feweee white in bnslaaaeat N IaercpIh0 xrJy li jawgao t Now is the Time for Hyomei Far Easier to Cure Catarrh Now Than at Any Other Season Now is the time to use Hyomei when this early summer days make it so easy to cure catarrhal troubles The Hyo mei treatment breathed for a few min three or four times a day in May or June will do good twice as quickly as it did in January ant nearly every one knows that used faithfully then it completely rids the system of catarrh Hyomei is purely a vegetable prepa ration whose active curative properties are given off when it is breathed by the aid of the pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit It destroys nil germ life in toe air passages purifies blood by supplying additional ozone and its healing volatile antiseptic fragrance reaches every corner ol the respiratory tract as no medicine taken through the stomach un possibly doThe complete Hyomel outfit costs but one dollar and consists of a neat inhaler that can be carried ia the purse or vest n ketauti will last a life time ft rafcdicinedropperiand a bottle of Hyomei Extra bottles of Hyomei can be procured if desired for 50 cents At this season oftho year when cs tarrhal troubles can bq so quickly and readily cured the merits of the Hyo mei treatment should be carefully investigated by everyone and a complete outfit should be in every home B L Mkldflion gives his personal guaran sellslto IfNow is the time to plant Caladium Tuberose I Gladiolus V61 lb A supply of cut flowers always on hand and special attention given to funeral designsto 11 iibertThe Florist Telephone 188 For Sale 300 blue grass farms by Richmond Real Estate Agency tf Shackelford Co can interest you by giving you prices on the American Steel Fencing Smchtf Pacific Coast Excursions 5te the Most for Your Money antiPacificyou to do this Low round rates to Los Angeles San Francisco or Port JulyAugusteraraicungaments for stopovers among the mountains of Colorado and in Call YpllowsoneYlsem IslandfolderriY8temChicnlro ra g1l6s IIAllby ns is guaranteed to be his repn sented It is our constant endeavor please our patrons and we have lJlf 7i since found out to do this we must hll honest in our dealings and sell pud goods at reasonable prices Give uacall and we will convince you that mr goods are the best and our prices the cheapestRICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S L 1liffpropietor Why buy amiotf brand w ton when you can buy a Binlsell wag 4Isumo money at DH ShackeUoni aCos Smchtf Who sells the American Sicol Fence It can be found at D l Shackelford Cos and time price w lower than ever Srach f lIf T ICorrectfix Cut iJJ Clothes Iare admired by all jarticu larly so when they are surIperbly tailored and when they fit perfectly To appreciate the high antis tic merit of our clothing it is only necessary for you to y order a t fSuitor a pair of e Trouser 1J1 1 We have over five hundred samples and piece goods to select 11mt from and we guarantee fit and satisfaction cuStIa ate niCE Atln ARN UlDif c rtixraii l l1CJll KyJ II J j f i C 7tt r III jiR 1I iic v- inJ IIIIL IrIThere is nothing like Ii ff GOOD FLOURb- Every housewife1every cook knows that ff Good Gakes Rolls Biscuit cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Produe Belle ofMadison MADE BY ThE El listen Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY MYNMEISS TITThRMA1 On Sausage Row And Buys DENTAL SURGERY Dr a 1t t ltonsot DBSTIST OP LOUISVILLE Er BulidtugIchmSd no1iyS V M Blanton DENTIST Offlce ii Bennett Building JJ nly TELEPHONE 196 For Rent Nice store room en Second street suitable for grocery or other line of CTheHHuIt Newby Carriage Works- A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar price5beforethis line We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky Q oeelSI 81oG The best Coal for for stovesofC andranges is theaW Black Raven Round It has no equal Beattyville Coal Co D R Freeman MIQ Tel J 84 Yards Aspen ave Q 10dt aorJ 8u e mmtw4 r l t Taylor34h j thas everything the farmer needs J I for his k Spring Plowing He handles the celebrated 1 iVllLe7lN PLOWfA 4R and also has Cooking Stoves etc of 5 gsb H the latest pattern and lowest pricesV= = Roofing and Guttering a itSpecilltyIt UM U Weve Hired v Uncle li SamAs our aJ tlo SHOW and SEU onr afcJA iid yv CorntSpfmgjffd 10Von dresSwearI ay Ilnddarkpatternr are tiARANTIDID madeIntlIoroughyuptodsteyles yq to write ZJ1tSperI lAijx forever FORTY YEARS lICIOTlnNGJlATSandFUroXSHmrs body send afl Sttetoo j2IIi us bear from LEVStjstrd 1F LOUISWLLt L T 3 c jt4 6 L1 iQ = K W MsIr1V ro ftMRrrI4jOftet a tbe Bn Mi xt iOHiarera VaUawdwkk JeMly Jc ASOL7A ATTL4Wc RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Statej5JftBtr Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 DM OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS4TL4WI RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street byer Chen ults grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOBNKYS ANDV COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Omce in John Bennetts old law ofBce over Perry Thomas drugstore A pID1QjP1 CI J dllill1jl9Jt1 Most dlargeatYielding Mammoth Red Cob White Dent Tie largest inandmostsatwctolf Ursre GOLDEN KINGThe best early large yellow Full stocks 3l other superior torts Write for list and prices and improve your Crops BLUE RIBBON SEEDS rcalwaya the most economical to use JHTlttDEU XEI11LST LOtL IMI arrest stocks Vecttabkand Flower SeulsaAlblfa Rape Grass and Clover Seeds Potatoes Cow Peas Soy llcans Millet Sor chum etcdDESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE ttAILEDlFREE WRITE FOR IT WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i Spring Styles Spring is here and the time for general appearanceand a new coat of paint or varnish Thats what we want to tell you about Our stock is complete We have nov ideas galore In all the world you cant find better or more beau- tifulPAPER than M e are carrying this season Then tOOl we employ skilled workmen and that means as much as merely selecting prettv paper One beauty about our superb stock is that of low prices We want you to come sift see us i lives ti uate our line andwe will promise you that we have the the goods and the oper styles We also handle all kinds Window Shades and fixtures Pictures ils Varnishes Paints etc Give us callVG M Wiliging West Main Street RICHMOND KY a A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plain Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand wInch swelled up like blood poisoning Buck poisonhealedBest in the world for burns and sores 25c at R C Stocktons drug store ccuto itooc usMARK5STJXCINCINNATI BootsShoes Rubbers Cost Leas Wear Rest Salesl1f E C BOni ura C Diamonds c Watches Clocks Cutglass II fitVevery Those are Komo of the V LanesJewelry I watch or clock refuse to- go talre thfnltn Luna he ringneeds I tooIft classJwelrc to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles v L ELane r Jeweler and Optician y Wirefence LAMBWlRErchaso the best wire fence will call or address w J D LONG IO1yr RIomond Ky KILtTHE COUGH NB CURE LUNGS WITH Dr jngsV New ORVCsVaV5r allIIROATorXONIy hasextucM7 25C and c j1 Vj9 lUriT ACQUITTED it Mil Wa4oTitaI P4tttaMtwrVV ef VH r ynHLaaa Kyv Mai2 Tfiero 13 tiu9Vf Keatuckjr ttgalnEt jlQeJW Jwittt on trlat heseV ftbo murder ot il father In nQo cembrVflSt came toiaii end by ii Vet dict of jicqulttal oa Jtlje port of thb jury Toung Juett shot his father In Uie breast killing him instantly 61 and gavo himself up Selfdefense was pleadijd Bfon L P Fryer sidd at the trial Vane J J Osborndiaoted as attrney for4hoVdc fendant and Webster prosecuted tho case Jett Vas highly connected In this unit Grant cbuntXt being related to the rtnaker families of Grant coun ty and to the Laughlin family of ariaTU defense drnnlt Thandthe part pf tha farther who was a1ai and powerful built man lii AFTER HALF A CENTURY Dying Man Wedr Woman With Wh oVLouisville Ky May 26Johu Nel ron and Trissa Clark negroes each 75 years old after having Uved togc or as husband and wife for 45 years Wore married Neson is practic In a dylilff condition and says that intended some day to make Trissa his wife The bride will celebrato her birthday Friday She Is nearly bUnd Deputy Qlerk Lewis Watson went the hoiri of the aged oouplo to sec Nelsona mark to the signature on bond book and Issue the license CQUplOsllrved as slaves and havo been companions since childhood GOLDEN LINK FELL Jockey J Carters Collar Bone Broken In Steeplechase Louisville Ky May 26Hot Poljol at 12 to won the Juvenile stakes the feature event at Churchill Downs by nose in a terrific drive from Hen age Tho sensation of tho day was thoefeathoLastGolden Link favorito In the steeple chase event foil at the first Jump an4 Jockey J Carters collar lonoVwasfi b horohenwas Internally injured but ho probably wllI recover Plant Sold tPaducahc byakThomas Coffee to James C Utterback f hierorof the City National bank and has associated with him Paducah and outside capitalists Mr Coffee cama I t forhreethe nanLrHaggln Yearlings Lexington Ky May 26The si mont was made bore that James B Haggin would only over 219 yearlings at the Tune sales in New York year Of the number to be off rOdis twothirds of thorn wero bred afRan cho Del Paso stud In California n tho others at Elmendorf stud New Road Incorporated Owingsville Ky May 2GThe cinnati Flemingsburg SonU Railway Co has been fncorporl The company will build a railroad Flemings county connecting Flemings burg Johnson Poplar Plain and F boro The road will be exter through surrounding counties They Drank Fish Brine Lexlngtan Ky May 26PJudge John J Riley Imposed tho most novel punishment on record on two tramps charged with being drunk He fined the mon 25 and costs each but allowed tbom the alternative of di Ing 0 halt pint each of fish brine Bellinger Operated OnV Loulsyille Ky May 26 Charles Bolllnger tho bookmaker who was suddenly stricken with appendicitis and who Underwent a surgical o tion at the hands of Dra A M Cart ledge and C W Kelly 19 resting easy at Norton Memorial infirmary Were Secretly Married Lexington Ky May 26Tho mar riage of Katherine C Naefz of Cincin nati a graduate of the conservatory of music now a teacher in tho conservatory hero to F N Duffe3ifter Cleveland has been mado 18 months of secrecyiMurder AvengedV Mlddleburg Ky May 26 William Cundiff who several years agoV shot end killed T T Bradshaw in Adair county was waylaid and murdered near Jlowena Russell county this week His body was found riddled with buckthotV Marcum Quits the Race Middebarg Ky May 26 Thomas J Marcura of Montlcello has wIth- drawn from the race for the republican nomination for state senator fronv the 16th senatorial district leaving Dr L C Nell of Columbia without opposi tion Hotel BurnedV Mt Sterling Ky May 2GTbc Palm iLeodeath ann several others had narrow escapes The loss Is small Must Keep Within Appropriations Frankfort Ky May 26rTho court of appeals has decided that the state auditor could not exceed his annual appropriation for clerk hire in his of fleeV l The use of automobiles by comi nor cial drumnters is increasing rapidly In rho United States u= li niTBEsoEcatihythe body but stomach niessncssin Impropcrlymstomach causing distressincf stlYhtnithe stonfach becomes weakened dupcpaiaclaims decuresstomach nd bowels of c lit iIie4tomnclin uie nlttnrnIslimulati jill fit IUlliorJ11ClUJIJtlydgest Jr vitwifliJJinck1Dnzxught4oday Xind jfromVOUZ cab3r foe15x45cV4fb dCsnot the oiVmOnd KlrInTHJ diBhC1DRA1J61it 9N JJ II 11 1i o ltN ri3 iii ill ERS A BABY Its Mother 1m Well e baby is healthbecause during the thegoMothers Friend softeningam powe1IntoIt is applied externally only there u no swallowing of nasty drugs thono inward treatment atalL state of the motherduriuggestaticre may influence mothhoa nevoida gondfrom pain worry and melancholy Be of good cheer strong of heart and peacef willlreso 111somnil1anhoOf druggists nt fzoo bottle Send for ourbook rtotherhood free WE BBADFIELO REGULATOR CO ATLANTA iX asFarm Lands No iOOA tine farm of 53tO toC1SJ eightronmlhobisement anti water works large stock barn new GixlOO portion ar timwatciedo dinabloNo 70177 acres fine blue grass deRichmond alaargegood neighborhood and is ccrtamlv cheap at the price 7650 per acre No 702120 acres of firstclass land two miles from Richmond all mdforcereals commonto this county W elio watered and fenced The improve toytnts consist ofa frame r of ton rooms in splendid repair nil necessaryoutbuildings a arS stock new This a fine place well improved and antI the distanced f chromi plkohrcefourth loryparsn bitslroom new ci h S8 house with bath good cellar lideduro to please you bll1pIcoRichmond small residence of fn ir roms good stock barn is well tn tored and fenced and will be sold worth the money InkNo 705145 acres two and one Iishalf10Residenceorn Id ticonveniencesrnhnildlnjs and two Ion st ck hnrns ne tenant hmien Forcing ig in piRfeet repair good pardpn and nf fruit and shntln This is consld redone of the prettiest homes In the r o iYiv and is chr at tho Lcc askedfoNo 741fi200sores about one mntitlf ntlnm mills west of Richmond on i- aItfod pike all In blue s exct nrrlun I od orchardresidence of ix rooms and all necessary outbuild ira A part of this is virgin oil and most all will producn hemp T tobacco This is a rare oppnrtilni y to get a fine farm as this Und is seldom offered for sal Terms eaqyI No701113acre tobacco In adcu t illhirdgoodfencepossesslont08ult piketenaero tobacco barn stock barns two f boarmsThe farm is in wells f JoIence4cr acre arNocoKirksvilleBelds water plthecultivation This land will grow intraerO hemrt corn or wheat fine neighborhood and good schools and churches in the village of KirksvUle to Residence can be sold with andyoNo 710 ell5 acres about onebn1ls will from city limits aUin grass well watered by ponds and brooks fencing gOOlIsxroomdiveiiilg good ci ternL garden and table everything mV firstclass conr dition and cheap atloo per acre r Terms easyV 1Town Property IwlLhrooms bath and cellar XI rt colftI tllfatherme fruit located on one ofthe hot priccUNo llol Nice twostory sixroom residence on a goods reet near ter ol the city lot 45x2oo feet good IItablenndgardon region coIa Jn ofydesirablec No lloS Twostory brick rpsi nce of len rooms oIl Vet Mail street kltcbvn halls batUiboni nd p perchetIof its departments lot J 9ox3o good garden stable antt olter outbuHillnijs WJJIsell on sletrutrud for fanm elr 1isied few ppportnnltieait get this 5 V good5OOLr outbuiWings goot4 garden Iii atl esspoblhndurches Aip od farm can beJQJd eonneitionwiththts prupsrtvV ipL let IM little ozcSyen M ni na ouse- rnsd bs Mr t n OiMtdthThrw itde4ic de = Ef 4 5f t r0 It P kTVDR LAWDMXlf ol GdenV Wed M 16 1 1VVV rlltOIcllfout than we now have on display In jiur show room It wid pay you to ex jiruine them b Core buying We also jlo rpalrlngVand rejoining in best nan rub1ertirifne year Call anti see us RicbmondCarriage Works SLMidktlfJPdOJ Strain too Great Hundreds of Richmond Headers Find Daily Toil a Burden The hustle and worry of business then The lard work a stooping of work- Sstie The womans household cares Backache headache sidonclie Kidney troubles urinary troubles fillow Samuel T Green retired farmer and feed dealer residing on Holt Avenue Mt Sterling Ky says Doans Kid y PiUs were worth their weight in ld tome That is my opinion and- otri following are my reasons For a Rood many years I suffered with kid ney trouble brought on I believe by qtrainitlK myself at heavy lifting and liard sock while on the farm TheV dull aching across the small of my tack and the sharp pains if I stooped or straightened made life anything hut pleasant to me There was also a very uolIig and distressfngnrinary diffi cit ity particularly observable at night I took all kinds of medicine supposed be good for kidney trouble and doc red a great deal but without obtain fTig any noticeable benefit until I pro cured Doans Kidney Pills The change the first box made in my con iton was surprising and I continued e treatment bv takintr another when symptoms of disordered kidneys sappeared and I foil myself cured Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid itous drug store and ask what his stomers report Forjsale by all dealers Price SOc Fnsteraiilburn Co Buffalo KYsole acents for the United States Remember the namoDoansand take no other may You cannot afford to purchase new hufffrv until you have examined r line and prices Cclyer llros lOmvtf- Important1bageof Tim c on thLoclsvllIe tAtlantic Railroad On Sunday Aprilldtb tho tollowinjr anges will be made in tho arrival and departure of trains on ths Louisville A Atlantic Riilpiail at Ricbrnnd viz TraIno 2 will depart at G00 a m same as At present Train fo 1 wilt arrive at tame time afl at present lllfita m and will de parr at 1205 pm for trvine and Beat tyvllle Junction arriylnjr at Irvine 5 ThmcPvville21O and IJeattyville iiiitinn 300 p m TmiS No Iwill leave Beattyville J nCOl 8SOn m arriving at Rich monl nt 7 85 n in TrHln No 3 will arrive at Richmond frun1 Versailles at eame time as at uit pKpnt s1o p inITnln No 5 at ftJWn in arriving at Irvine at 730 ttyville at 905 leavo BeatlyvilJe at 00 and arrive at Beattyville JIIDC ifl at 1020 a m in time for contiec ns with the L E for Jackson Train No 0 will leave Beattyville imtlon at 1030 a in arriving CiilflOfll at 130 pm leavinx at 135 PIH for Versailles arriving latter point at U25 p nat making close con ction at NlcbolnsVille and Versailles trains for Ixinptnn and DinclnI tl and Sholhy ville and tntiIsvIIIeCHuuday service will finit Sunday in June Schedule will be announced later M HArttEtr Agent Catarrh Catarrh Catarrh All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of Gunmens Catarrh Cure to refund the moiey if it fails tore any cage fnaa1 ratarrh catarrh deafness or catarrh of the head no f etier of how lout standing One up plication gives ea e and rest Contains un mercury or other injurious drug Btinsons Catarrh Cure is the only catarrh remedy sold on n positive guar anteo Jfo cure no pay price flOe The approach of spring finds us in lter condition than ever before to rve the people of Madison and ad ning couatips Duringthe past year out warerooms have been enlarged and e filled with tIle nicest and most mpiete line of Carriages Buggies epot Wagons Pheatons etc ever aced on display in any city in Gen al Kentucky Our wagons ratipd in pries from 38 to S130 buggies 50 to 20 Depot wagons and Carriages 130 5325 If itis your intention to ichass n vehicle of any description p should take advantage of the largt stodlDOW on display at our shops and cal at once and examine these good aritl get our pricos HICHMOSD CAiauAOE Wimngs VL Midkitf Prop VV Gjeal Ceiitral Route om Cincinnati and the South ltJV TOLEDO Tbrough Trains each way every day D 1t XVETflO1T 3bcadti ttl Triias each way everyday OuH inea roach every important city i nd ttuj best summer resorts rI MiEOHiGAN tOnd1YaftrstlassIIVTaiiit coiLCiietry k SonwiaMTe4ioO I1ottStDtpot lit t Te aqm1ry saajosi amiut n iHtI8 Iw fhID G 1DWAftDP c f N hW uiI 1 t1i1 rII V Th i + C UV44I + JONES MERSfflNS SALOON PJKL I- WHEJrIlOJJ Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can bEt found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo dtiopVV QeHHlae Saratoia Water Kept pa Tsp Phone 3SecondSt Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest aud most beautiful car load of Marble untF- Graqite ever in Richmond Trade at at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices fiolden Flora East Main Street OLD JOBWHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaraVteed to be pure It is of old style maiiV Vfacture No BETTERVcan be found for medicinal pun poses You want the best Furnished Sirlctly to Family TradeV10 10 gallonc5 It lugs 250 5 bottles 3IegallonOrders WILEY SEARGY Prop Old Joe Distillery AfcBrij er novlyr Anderson county Ky VSOLDBY M+ F Enright First Street Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPolntseU paeoOnewayEicnrsonHome Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimeThroughleepers tric Lighted Dining Cars WREN GOING TO TAD A TRIP Consult your Local Agpnt who will pleasure in arranging all details all on or address Ji W Hamilton A gent KyWM Important Memorandum nIodo = tr f5 MiViO iJ 17di n0 d II = 5Wa Kinloch Paint is OJ Right beocause you get the in the right VflOt as in ReadyMixed Paint but Kinlochthebarrelthats oafreshWe know something about paint and we can heartily recommend Kin Ibut3IllPaint Lick Ky nnr i 20000 IiiifI5- t ccJlfi J 4S yii ii 4VSV I C I Douglas C 7 tftirf J VWe Are in Line Now for Almost Anything that can be Used b- yHousekeepers Our stock is complete with all kinds of Granite and Tir7arV for the kitchen Beautiful China and GlasswareGrde VT Utensils Hammocks Flower Pots and Jardiniers Brie ibn PfinRacket Store etV Our Prices are Extremely Low ICall on us at our Store below McKees corner I The Racket Store Suit Bratton Prop Main Street Richmond t K lAyers Pills Want your moustache or beard abeautlfnl brown or rich black Use VV- Wake your Crej ri of biliousnessVl for 60 KlliQK4Mlnm cis u I IMAY PLANSJ BRING t I r I SUMMER TANS I r that Vacatios are Rock Island Specialties IPemernher Springs Ark on our linoa health and pleas r up iu the tootbills of the Ozark MountaiiucVVColorado the eoal of thousands California end Washington and rOregontimeSVLEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION I SdudIplan your outiug this year Illustrated booklets and folders I free I Very Low Vacation All SunmerI Geo McGuire Little Ark GincinnatiOl VJR- tVC Today Its to your1 i This JutS been the shoppinK eCljtI Kichinond lor and COntiVhLlr l so Ve are prepared to meet all yoiiAijYuits I ILa our line for the warm weather sugg few to you inV regad to our lineTOur prices right Our merchandise is rQlicible I IT That it is our aim to please Jh moht fastidious taste S l x Vhat more cnn we say VW White GibsoiYEO- LDERELIAFLE SHOP h 1 71 7ImFF71 71 F7F717 7171 1Ji Z i GREAT SACRIFICE wnrth of Boys and Clothing at lesa thanmanuratf4ir Ies prices We are badly overstocked department Wt Have Cutes to the CoreV1 fl iii VV 0 Mothers fathers we can interest you hort pants costing from fL to 2 and3at OctsVV K Our 3and5V Boys Sujts short pants at 2 A Our Boys Long Pants Silltst f5 andV7 at- tfL a250V up liver your constipation your yearsLow DYE 1n theres visitors Rates I H Lee G P A H I D P A Rock 1 IS up store f years will are I Ghildrens in this I Boys aVif Came quick and secure oargzunts1 patlO 10 ud J12 Boys Long EantSuU at 5Vif Nlf e tl50 CordnrSy Pants at 111VQtil1125 CQrduroy Puts at 87Jo I 1 r This is a reat Sacrifice Salew CojrriS quick and secure bargaih r LOUIS1IIAND GlIS STRUS KENT it y LLCXIrItOnSVLeark Cloea z Ie forVA1fr 34aju Oei Cornet CIotLismforlMen We tIre nowIepla fthe yie iiRhhar48myvSk tbsiaoi kw srgs of IjiIV aresM jiriDg I IEpri I1VEH1ACS1L Jt5at fl L 1F Sti 0