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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w- I wrrLv LLL I 0 I dTHE RICHMOND CLIMAXi1 7 n v VOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1906 NUMBER 36 1iu VPwPIMIIIlfl Why We Have Cut Prices Our stock is immense Spring goods are arriving and there is no place to put them Therefore every piece of Carpet of less than 40 yards all dropped patterns of Furniture all remnants of WaIl Paper every lot of Curtains of less than four pair are to be soldIIt is to our interest to sell modern depend able house furnishings for very little money just now and we are doing it fLT y g uuuuuY At Christmast Is Overbut we are still on hand Our store has sub merged from the terrible rush of Christmas buyers lt and is now ready for its steady every day business Our stock is complete Everything usefulA Iteverjthing low priced Give us a call c4 rThe RacKet Storej East Main Street tt ttAt Christmas is Over and 1906 is Here Our old firm known for its select stock of Dry Goods and Notions is entering upon the new year with a stronger dttMinination tan ever to please our many customers We eirrv only good goods Our prices suit all purses Wishing all a prosperous year we are your tried and true friends White Gibson We Are Agents For The Ladies Home Journal Patterns wfl nre always Jooking for something better always working to s cure values and styles suprior to other stores That is why we have made a change in our pattern department Oliver Chilled Plows Njw is the time Get your plow ready dont lose a day It will turn over soil that has never been reached before Come and see ust we will tell you all about it D B1SIioco1Ord Co MY NAME IS THURMA7 t h Sausage Row r AndBuys i Sheriffs Sale For Taxes 1905faof1mLand and Town Lots John F Wager exSheriff the of Madison county will offer at Public Sale in front of the the Court House door in Rich mond Ky on get Monday Feby 6 06 Are scbetweenand 6 pm the following are property to piy the taxes assessed against the same for the year 1905arWhite ListfDRichmond No 1 Adams Pevtmi p jr 1 lot 510 25f Ballurd Mary A lieira 1 lot 10 9 Boiton Mrs Mary hot 6 25 B lw e Alhm lot 8 00 thDoChristian John W hrs 130 a lot 85 andCrooks i IMS ti N H lot S 15 Gormley Win 0 133 acrrs 30 3 ireen Alex N 1C 2 lot 40 Urnenleaf Evans 3 lots 3 70 Harrison O H N R 6 lots 5 35 HaRerman B C N It 3 lots 5 3H Hiuks Mm Belle lot 9 85 MariMitnO Pilot 6 90 McMahan Put heirR lot 4 25 Iurry John W N R J lots 4 SO OIHH Mrs Ara lot 34 85 Oliver E tNR5lots 750- Iigg Mrs LtIt lot 10 DOJPower rs Mxrv It 61 acres 25 Huberts Daniel lot 810 niithCK airt M Love 100 acres 3 70 Trower Ttios B sr 1 lot 5 80 Waliaie H G lot 10 25 White J no D N R 3 lots 1885 Foxtown No 2 Berryman Wm 2 lots 5 40 Bolin Noalr 4 acre 5 3U Brink 41 rs Win S 27 acres 4 25 Barnes MisAnnie Ii 74 acres 8 70 Boliu Jac1 4 acres 4 7u lzi r Win M 31 acres 14 75 Denny Jospph 4 acres 4 10 Denney MicsNminie 36 acres 10 R Forbes Henry 72 acres J7 30 0GrimesHnbarri isa c110 acres 4JJ 65 Hill Reubn 2 acres 8 40 JoneB Mary A heirs 5 95 Jackson Mrs Murlha E 60 acres 755 Kul well Mrs Nmicy 5 acrs 8 10 Milir r Spicin T heirs 82 acres 14 75 Farrinh Frank acre 3 S Stevens Thus H heirs 256 acres 60 40 Taylor Pendleton 27 acres 5 00 Wddle Ct rub 1 acre 4 jQW VaideiirGhi N u lot 6 Union No 3 White Berriman Ja acre S 6 90 Dickertion Mr Elizabeth 5 acres 3 15 Denney Julian 4 arres 3 15 Powell W U N II 125 acrps 15 35 Ravden H L a lm BU Asbury4a 4 10 Sextou Arch N R 30 acres 3 40 Waller ChIt N H 13 nci s 3 40HWinkler Mra Sallta heirs 85 acres 5 El iston No 4 WhiteK Alexandf Iaie 37 acrps 415 Alcorn Curt N R 140 acres 6 45 Adams Clay born N R 25 acres 3 70 Bicknell Euly 74 acres 5 40 Brewer A C 2 icres 4 70 Conner Wesley acre 5 30 RIOmIarpenter Jane 37 acres 3 15 Carpenter Geo 10 acres 4 20 Caipenter Martin 75 acres 5 80 Dozier Curtis 20acres 5 80 Uentry Dave 3 acres 4 70 GritiBtead Dora 1 lot 3 80 Hunter Giles 40 acres 416 rinnUiv Wisn 30 acres HiIISarn8acres4 20 15 Johnson Editlr heirs 36 acres 4 25 Lakes Mrs Bettie 25 acres 2 60- LakeH Jno 4J acres 5 85 Lakes Jno M 100 acres 8 05 Lakes Sanford 60 acres f 95 Lamb Jno 35 acres 470 Lamb Ida 10 acres 2 CO Lamb Sylvester 50 acres 5 30 Lamb James 20 acres 3 S5 Lamb Lincoln 18 acres5 85 Leah Maruarnt F 130 acres 535 McWharon LnwislOO acres 16 80 Miller Jno T 75 acres 8 as Mizu Mrs Phoebe ISO acres 6 45 Portwood Martha 25 acres 4 85 FPowllIlhoilRichard on Mrrtin 30 acres liiddle Mrs Louisa 60 acres 5 85 Sinner Wm 1 acre 4 20 IJStevenBTodd Mary 41 acres 8 Turner Turp jr 75 acres 4 7- 0WybroadEVoN R 600 a 5210f1 11YeunYates No 5 White 4 20L LAbramsi lien Wm K 30 acres 4 00 Biker Jas L 2 lots 16 60 2 acres 4 00 l IIhUlift Richard 5 acres 455 Gibson Wra C N R 1 acre 290 Hays Phfiip 50 acres5So Harris rhos 1 acre 3 70 Jones Mary J 25 acres 12 00 Johnson Scbuvler 16 acres 5 85 Johnson Beverley 8 acres 5 50 lohnson Eiz beth hrs 120 acres 8 70 Jones Humphry 130 acres 5 85- LiOgsdeU Emma 26 acres 4 25 Lawson Elizabeth 3 acres 2 60 Powell Win M 65 acres 4 70 PigC Wm FT 20 acres B 30 Pig Brack 53 acres 6 OC 1 Pointer James 20 acres 0 3 85 Roberts Valentine N R 40 acres 645 M 66 acres N R 15 acres 315 ISkinnerl1m W 2 acres 5 10 40 acres 4 iO Tirpin1ViIlia2acresVjlIlams 37 4 60 Yatea Mrs Edual50 acres 79 Glade No 6 White AbnersT Frank N R 10 acres 4 25 Burton Harry 50 acres 695 Balard Mrs Nannie 50 acres 5 60 Burke Elizabelb heirs 1 loU 4 S5 Burnell Jasper 2 acres 4 10 Beaaley Sallie 1 acre 2 50 Baker John 50 acres 465 Clark Jessie Slot 6 4S Comb Martha 1 lot 3 40 Covlfl Thos J jr 50 acres 5 40 Daniels Thos 6 acres 7 9 15 Giles Maryl lot f 3 15 Galloway Wm T iVacres 7 20 Grant Ib 28 acres 5 S- 5HarrJwnJno 35 acres i19 S- OHarlleol1T J 12 acres jh 4 70 Jo nl ali rL EIN I iU r H PROFIT The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the Wrong feeding is Right feeding is profit The Upto date farmer knows what to feed his toWs to get most niilkj his pigs to get most pork his hens to the most eggs Science But how about the children they fed according to a bone food if bones soft and undeveloped flesh and muscle food if they thin and weak and a blood if there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed od the Cod Liver Oil ink makes flesh blood andmuscle Lime and Soda make bone brain It isthe standard scientific food Jtar delicate children Send for free sample Be sure that this picture n the form of a label on the wrapper of every bottle of you buy Scott Bowne CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y 50c and tall druggists Klly FTN It45IalozsclenIlllahRlfvMartin Mrs S inanJJG acres 8 70I Vlaupin Frank N R 1 lot 4 85 Moore R M 1 lot 0 40RI Rice C I lot 20 30 IUchard or nlrt8 5 85RI Do Preston D A 2 lots 8 do M ESnn 1 lot 10 40 81RubtrIRJ1rs hRalln8Swxton Airs D Alaris 4 acres 9 80SII Smith Marion N R 13 acres 3 80 Mattif 20 aores 3 15Su E B 3 acres lot 20 25 Walkihs Ilis H Hot 4 Wlit Weaver Alhin 12 acres 4 70SI Kirksville No 7 White 645T frElyJohn 3 acres 3 83 Mrs Nancy lire 27 acres 1 3 inard Miss Emma 9 acres o 90 Overtoil 20 acres 8 00 Moody John 2 acres 3 85 Myers W EN Rl lot 260 Mullins B 1 acre 4 25 4 80V VROSRWRhOAUx 48 acres 1650- Smith Do A J 2 acres 5 30 Smith J W 100 acres 585 Searcy Mrs Jennie 1 lot 750 White Mrs Green 1 acre 2 60 WLIBoiv No8 White Aldridire James 12 acres 4 70 Burton Elizabeth 5 acres 3 15 Burton W BE 15 acres 530 Bolser Jacob N R 1 lot 3 15 Burton Woodson heirs 20 heirs 4 25 Burgess W L 94 acresp7 55- Uarnes Be Thos M 20 acres 11 40 Cnrtfituger VillJ lot 4 70 Clark John 1 lot 570 Jhaney J K 65 acres 695 Cotton SIrs B Ellen 30 acr s 5 5 Demarefl Simeon N R lot 3 00 Davis Jno heirs N R 3 acres 2 40 Jas P N R 1 acre 2 50 ter Emily 1 acre r 2 30 fain BrHckenridtfe i acre 4 20 GooseyADNltIlot 13 15 ell L N R 1 lot 3 76 Phil 20 acres 390 Hager A J40 acres 5 85 Walter 15 acres 4 70- Joward Bill 15 acres 4 70 Alonzo heirs 10acres 3 15 Hughes V A 6 acres 4 70 MraSallie 32 acres fi 45 LandShelt80acres tt 95 iyton E T 25 acres 7 40 Lowry Bill I acre 4 20 owry Thnrsa 4 acres 5 35 r Win 1 acre 4 20 MillionSheIby10acres 940 Masters Jno Red 15 acres 515 Masters Walter 28 acres 6 40 Murphy Wra 100 acres 9 15 Newby Mrs F MI lot 3 00 Quinsberry John N K 25 acres 3 50 Quanto W F N R 1 lot 425 Renfro Roht 15 acres 4 70 Reynolds Pattie heirs SO acres 5 35 ihodus Jail L 7 acres 425 Sebaston JUly s 5 acres 4 7o stenuett Emily 3o acres 4 7o Turner Allen 15 acres i 14 3o Turner Miss Mer aref2 acres i 2 60 Tudor Patsy AN Rl acre i 3 00I Whitaker Alvey 2 acres 4 0 IiWhe lerllIIGacres VoodsJohn 9u 1 acre 4 Young Elizabeth Go acres lit In Colored List 55Richmond No J Alford Elijah 1 lot 695 Anderson Ed lot r 6 Ballew Geo 1 lot f 6 Ballew Pattie Ilot 3 15 fallew Lucretia 2 lots r 7 5o Bailars inston 1 lot 47o Barnes nhcaLCrawrofdil lot 3 7n Benna Chas lot 6 Bliiserstaff Jim 1 lotJ 5Jfa Black Jas sr 2 lots 8 oo Black alliel lot 860 Bi the Wrnl lot i i G4i Boees Thos Ilou 43 Breck Bcllo II0fM S fironston Jake 1 lot C7 4 JlurpinV Martha heirs 1 lot f 4 80 Burnam Chas 1 lot + v o 5 3f5 Z1ruwJnuOB 1 a tf 4 SQ k 8 Campbell Cora 1 lot V 65 Campbell Mat 1 lot7 5 31 Campbell Elder W 1 lot J C- oCheimiU Alice Hot 4 25 Ihmiault Jnn 110t 6 4o Chenanlt Tohe N R lot 4 So TddUlavLizzifl lot 185V a Cob Wm lot T Yates Cook Ceia lot 4 8o Oovington Sarah heirs lot 4 25 OovjnptiiiSirsli heiis lot 4 80 Iraye Knnrv lot 5 g1 ChIDealhrasrtlDeatheraifB 3nsh lot 14 75 Dowel Thos 1 low 0 15 Clark Embry Julia A Hot 425- Embry Emeinett M 2 lots li 2o Etill Tesea 1 lot 315 Estill Root L N R Mot 3 15 FifeiSarahl lot 4 23 Fits Mar E 1 lot 4 25 111Gllherttj nt Irvin ffl as K P lodge2 lots 4 25 Uibbi Mary 1 lot 3 7 Ureeii Robt helrv6 acres 2 C- uHattoa Nannie lat 3 4u Stone tiara WOOUKOII hit 8 no Harris Jarrett A 1 lot 7 D- OHairis Ynies Jon 1 lot 4 05 Harris Aiuatula 1 lot 5 35Bal Hal ris Edith Jk rabitha acre 5 Henderson lave 1 toe lo 75 Seat ilisle AnJy lot G3 ullHockadHood Nathan 1 lot 47 Hogueley Win N R 1 jot 5 85 UIIIIrvineI OO FI lot V 87 Ely Jarkiwui Nrtm Imjrs lot 2 60Fa Jarin n kubl er I lot 0 4o Hf JolinHini Vhi ot 8 oo- Long Fannie Hot 5 45 Martin Irvine 4 ncres lot 75 Hall Ma Vui lot 5Jel AIMMartin Humphry 1 acre 4 7 Maon Millie lot 3 15 Mason Maria lot 4 25 Mar Mathews Niiinie Hot 3 15 Mitchell Maiy littirn lot II 45 Miller Harrison N It lilt 5 35 Miler Kuima 2 tot 4 25 Miller C L Hot 3 MoaS Milliei tWIN 1 lot 4 So un ey alliH 1 lilt 3 15 Rnie RoM Newman Louisa 4o acres 3 15 1lceGeo Ann 2 lots 7 Sol Jas sr 1 lot 5 8u lpslam I10t Oo Jennfe 1 lot 9 8 West Phelps Win I lot 4 70 GeoMollie I lot 6 4 Belle agt Dnnsho 1 lot 5ahodes David wife 1 tot 4 25 Trua Cyrus Turner 108 acres 81 05 Shepherd Rena tot 3 lblHairy 1 lot 6 30Co Chat sr lot 5 So D Mary lot 3 85 Simpson Sallie Hot 2 Co Joella 1 lot 375- Smith Uassie lot f 5 35 E u Irene 1 lot 5 35 Manervin 1 tot 4 co Stone Fred 1 lot 0 4o IVvis Gasste hot 5 55 Jas C Hot 58oS MOleaIJnolribble 45111rumer Walker Hyman 1 lot 6 4o Walker Ed llot 7 5i Susan 1 lot 3 15 Flit Thos heirs 1 lot 4 25 VestSaiiihI lot 315 David lot 5 Sol qdmr Luke Williams 2 lots 7 5o White ITarcis lot 5 35 White Rose I lot 3 15 Win fieJd Dowllot T 4 7o Winkfield Mllie 1ICIt 5 35 Williams Ohas N R 2 lots 3 15 Willis All Jot v B So Willis Lizzfe 1 lot 5 25 Xates Maggie 1 lot 5 35 FCtoxtownnn a Levy 3 acres 5 3o Burgin Henry lo acres 5 80 f Chenault Lem 2o acres 5 Soa Chenaulu Dein 24 acres 0 45e Cheuat It David 7 acres 4 70 50e Chenault Chas nr 7 acres 3 Clienault Jno 2 urces 4 7o Chenault Cary 12 acres 6 4o osby Simon 1 acre 4 2o Embry RetterJ7 acres 10 O- oSilbert Bpn 2 area 4 70pi Hays Francis nr 2 acres 2 Go Harris Rosie 12 acres 3 40 Harris Smith 5 acres 4 711w Hill Caroline So acres 370h Steve nr 4 acres 2 60 JonesRachel hrs12 acres 4 So Jones David 2o acres G 9o Jones Perry 2o acres 6 4o- angford Amos 7 acres 5 So McKinney Jeff hrs 10 acres 3 15 Mitchell Mary hrs 2o 4 25 Mundy Jas Jr5 acres 4 10 ltlliani Jake lo acres lial on lot 3 80t1 Shackelford Willis hrs lo acres 3 75 Sherley Tom nr 1 acres 2 9o Taylor Susan 3 acres 2 9 Walker Milt 5 cores 6 Walker Green 60acres 102 White Robt 5 acres 4 70II White Andy 6 acres 4 70 Union No3 Baxter Alex 25 acres1 7 50 Ballew Frank 12 acres 6 10 Chenault Harrett 3 acres 2 40 Chenaul Jennie 7 acres S 16 Covington Ito P aero 5 80 Doty Chris 1 nero 420 Estlll Dollio 1 acre 2 60 Gentry Jeff 1 aero 4 7 20Ienlry Chas 1 acr 4 rlatton GreenS acres f 4 20I Vlayo Lander 2 acres 4 20 Miller Rufus 13 acres 15 Miller Mary Sncrpa 8 l5the Miller Juno 5 acres 11 15 Turner Harry 40 acres 11 40 Yates Rachel 1 acre 2 95Eltston No 4 IJallew Jack 4 acres 4 75 Bates Iatscy1irs 3 acres 240 Ballevm Frank 7 acres 4 70 ttovlngtiiii JotTn 2 acres 4 25 vOYingtOD llobt 2 acres 4 70 Crockett Henry nr 3 acres 2 76 hadwell Calvin SOG acres 30 95 pillingbam Arch 7 acres 5 30- 1floiiAndy24acaes n 10 25 Joodloo Mary nr 20 acres 4 25 10lllaleE1 nr l8dre 265 47 cres 6 85 jlpcker Mary 2 acres 2 60 Irvine CirJstopkQ MMB i 4 7U Kavanaugh Arch 8 acres 4 25 Kavanaugh Jerry 3 acres 4 00 Massic Daniel 3G acres 9 15 Newman Milton lOacros 4 00 Royston Angf line 35 acres 5 35 Rhodes 61 acres 6 D5 ts Frank 8 acres 5 00 Taylor 10 acres 470 Yates No 5 Branaugh Caleb nr 4 acres 3 15 Branangb Chas 6 acres 5 30 Thos 1 acre 4 70 Conley Eliza nr 2 60 Ed 1 acres 1J0 Cornclison Howard 22 acres 6 80 FitCbpatrlck Frank 4 acres 4 20 Hooker Arch 1 acre 4 20 Hocker Rebecca acres 4 80 Katanatigh Jas 20 actes 4 20 Moborley Atiianda hrs 30 acres 4 2- 5llIIlJrSpinter10alles o 80 IiY Zack Jr 10 adres 470 Myers Iversen 3 acres 4 00 upin Chas 1 acre 4 00 Rhodes Perrv hrs 60 acns 3 70 Jake 27 Hares 9 15 White Simin 5 acres 2 90 Heurv hrs 21 acres 4 80 Glades No 6 Din 6 acres 4 3o Kailad Fret lucres 410 Elijah 15 acres 5 30 IVmiHtt ke Here 4 2n- hiytne Fannie acre 2 Go Mary J 9 acres 8 no Clias C acres 6 9o liuruain JBS 8 acres 6 So- ttUrnnin Alps jr 2 acres 4 7o CliMiiault E izibeth N R 1 lot 4 80 ins L vMMiieire 7 acres 2 60 Sidney N R 13 acres 3 7 Dall 2 tores r 4 7o Millie Inure 2 4o Harry heirs 4 acres 6 3o- Ira cisSnai acre 4 7o- Ureeii Laura lot 3 Hagan Edith Hot 3 70 Jas Inheres 4 7d Paulina Hot 48o Ed 34 acres 14 75 IIIItdy Jaiu 1 lot 2 Sol RI in Sarah 2 ares 4 25 Martin Bii 2 acres 5 3n in Lewis 3 acres 5 3o- Ma n Frank 14 acres 6 4o- iil er Clay Miru 4 5o- Millrr AlaHali 2 acres 3 15 liHer Isaac lucre 5 no Miller Win N R acre 2 5o Millar Smith 5 acres 4 60- Moraii Annie S aces 4 7o yum Frank aero 4 5o Knbt 20 wrcs G 4i Anderson S acres 5 3o Hal lie 1 lot 2 7o Ltnne Eutly heirs 6 acre f 3 15 Simpson Anderson 1 rcre 42o Walker Spenctr acre 4 7o Walker Peter 9 acres 5 3o Squire hfjrs 7 acres 2 80 White Wm lot 9 15 Kirksville No7 Burnam Haul lot 800 Baxter Mrs E win 1 lot 2 Jncknon nr 1 acres 2 60 Ed 32 acres 13 05 Rice 13 acres 6 50 oeron Faye te 1 acre 4 70 Dennv Geo Admr of Martha D nny 26 acres 11 25 Duerson Hart 7 acres 8 00 lmoro Mary 2 ares 425 Moorn Andeisou I lot 5 00 Miher Bastes 25 acres 7 5o Mora Jake 2 acres 5 80 Miller twin 6 acres 3o IIltrr Alex 2 ncres 4 In Heury nr 1 lot 4 25 hearer Wm 3 acres 7 5o Sam 6 acres 5 3o CTom 8 acres 5 80 p11Whiler Million No 8 men le Jason lot 4 7o- Kroiddiis ness Roht lo acres 4 7o Lost Vmbj Rice 1 lot 4 2o- Dejarnette ell Frank 2 acres 4 7o not Clias 23 arres S no Fraiifis Ainaiida acre 2 3i ing Herald Margar tte 1 lot 4 81 and N d nr lot 2 Co o rks Maggie I acres 2 3o tlTo Sebastian Robt 4 acres 4 2o the Turner Irvine 2o acres 5 8 Turner Frank 5 cres Boo- Warrer SaUte and Geo 7 acres 5 9o JHON F WAGERS ExSheriff Madison County Interesting News interest many readers of the Climax to hear that at last a genuine for Constipation Indigestion Complaint Hsadacbe and Bil iousness has been found in Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is pleasant tonic purifying syrup a mild acton and no after So d bv Perry 5 Thomas at in and 00 Money back if it fails a BR 0 OKSTO WX ITEMS Uncle Rich Tribble a very honorable old colored man died near this Saturday January 13 We regret that Mr Hugh Mason rented Mrs Smiths farm near lit year has rented a place on Big Hill Pike The girls hope he will come back often Mr Hugh Parke died at his home near Red House Tuesday Jan 16th having been very ill for some weeks with consumption His remains were interred in the family graveyard at place Rev J H Wilson conducted services at the church here Sunday LookIIOing something to do MrsW C Howaro who his been visiting her fatber R P McCord left for her home in Seattle Washington Sunday morning PRichmondMessrs Thorpe and Hamilton of Richmond peopleonecting the pike at Red House with the pike at Union City This line would follow the creek so nearly that bed rock and Jgravel couldbe fur nished with very little cost 50Mr C T Wells Sr ot Richmond spends much of his time with his son Majot Wells of this place This fine spiing weather is wel comed by our farmers Lathe Wanted Ve 1116011 hlllld about 1200 shocks or lodder anaLwait ro or 100 cattle to feed Potts Duerson man tt Whites Station Ky to wakstaeomaWar1fl and liappy the jiew year proppejous and brigli- buy coal from B H Lcxon Telephone 1103jantC A Jut wlthont a dash ol roaiance u llk g tirtt 1OWWQ r n t C I Seasonable Suits I 11 tinneedsornething UUmore than light Summer Clothes these crisp mornings T Better come in here and Igt us fit you oit with a sea sonable fall suit and maybea top coat too Were showing some beautiful things this year all the new styles from Schloss Bros Co of Balti more the Quality Makers The drawing shows how our clothes look when actually worn Prices run from 12 to 25 with a big variety to choose from Came in and see how you like them Wehiviivsr ything else by way of smart furnishings too IfscIr3nosYORKIill Our Great Loom End Sale Closed Saturday December 16th and all the remants were about cleaned up but we have decided to let the prices that were established during the sale continue the same until January 1st on all Winter Goods Clothing Shoes Blankets Comforts Carpets Cloaks Overcoats Underwear Flannels of all kinds and all heavy stuff they are all marked in plain figures withthe Red Loom End Tickets So come and get them Respectfully W D Oldham and Co REVIVOI Madea EiWell M- an4iof Me it- PBEJST Trodncegtheabovereiu1tatn 30 days It act and quietly CUres when all others fall- ouxigmenwlflregatn their lost tDinboodindold Will recoTer their youthful rigor by using KEV1VO It quickly and surely restores Nertout Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emissions PowerFa1Iio Uemof7 WasUnll DlscaseslI1d effects ot eelrabusa or excess and Indiscretion which unflts one for study business mirrliga It only cures by Etartlnit at the seat of dleeua but at nerve tonlo and blood builder bring back the pink glow to palo cheeks andre storloe the fire of youth It wards off Insanity Consumption Insist on haying KEVIVO ther tt can M carried In Test pocket By mall 8100 per package or six for 8500 with a poll written iruarantee to euro or reload money Book anal free Address- BOYAL MEDICINE CO itigMSl For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184gets the beE IP CO A C COMPANY Richmond Whenyou want luad of the best coal obtain able go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the people who sell St ea eacut ltO a S eeo a 1 akky- all guaranteed to give satis factionand ve make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company D R Freeman Mgr Phone J 84 Yard Aspen av Not Only at Christmas is our line of goods desirable but at all jtimes of the year We carry such a beautiful line of Silver Cut Glass Clocks Watches and Jewelry of every description that it attracts all lovers of the beautiful to our store We make a specialty of engraving Watch rgpairing carefullyatteiidelto Quf stock is complete our price reasonable Give us a call I oLE Lane fJwkr t fine Clothes Makers f J BALTIMOR NEW J Fourth 1I7IIffim 71 7r S 7 Th I 7II 75000+ poundsk VIFLOtJk Pure Good andF F+ Sweet fromIk 4or our Town Talk Flour JLNjX is superior to any flour on our market Our ft 1 price is in reach of all If you want the best 71call forU I Town Talk i1 If want cheaper flour we can furnish it 7 71Just try one sack of Town Talk 75000 lbs 1 waiting to be assigned to the battle field j Colyer Bros Phone 237 Main Street JRICHMONDKY ill It J Iml Up to the Moment Printingi Joor Dc sM tftii ci f PA t if4J T r wi c 1i 1 II 1 rt J JMffQi y i vi Ltt k t loetlttaSlttpltUici c b J t f I wY i I Tth3 RICHMOND CLIMAX t r VOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COtNTt ENTUGRt WEDNESDAy jANUARY31 1906 NUMBER J j Why We Have Cut rf est T IOur stookt tnjmefi1sc Sprinb cy goods arc v g jl tere no plce to put them vreSFc cvcry piece of Carpet of less than 40 yards all dropped patterns of Furniture all remnants of Wall Paper every lot of Cur tains of less than four pair are to be sold It is to our interest to sell modern depend able house furnishings for very little money just now and we are doing it 5 INTGT tt Christmasittp4 but we are still on hand Our store has sub jmerged from the terrible rush of Christmas buyers and is now ready for its steady every day bust a useful4tL The RacKet Store 4 East Main Street J4 J1 liJ Christmas is Over and 1906 is Here Our old firm known foi its select stock of Dry Goods and Notions is entering upon the new year with a strong determination than ever to please our many carry onlygood goods Our prices suit all purses Wishing- all friendstried and truea prosperous year we are your White Gibson We Are Agents For The Ladies Home Journal Patterns for something better always working to We Ire always looking scnre values and styles suprior to other stores ThatiIiWhy we have made a change in our pattern department Oliver Chilled Plows Niw isthe timeGet your plow ready dont lose a dayIt will turn over soil that has ney r been reached before Come and see us we will tell youall about it D 1I B1 Shockelford Co MY NAME is r ck TIWRMJ4PO- n I Sausage Row B ysSNIMS f1 CI I Sheriffs Sale For Taxes 19O5 of Land and Town Lots John F Wagers exrSheriff of Madison county will offer at Public Sale in front of the Court House door in Rich mond Ky on Monday Feby 6R6 Daybetweenand 6p m2the following prpperty to pay the taxes assessed against the same for the year 1905 White List Richmond No I Adams Pevton Pjr lint 1025 Ballard Miry A heirs I tot 100 Uoitotf Mrs Mary 1 lot6 2- 5fliIO Albert lInt 800 Kvbef Mrs Mftlvina 4 lots 12 GO Do O liar for Bonny Byl ee 645- Clitisiian 130 IlloL 29 85 Jki IMS L N R lot 8 Gorinley Win 0 133 acrts 30 fri Green Alex O N U 2 lots 40 95 iir enlenf Evans 3 Iota 370 Harrison 0 H N R U lots 5 35 HaRerinan B C N H3 lots 635 Hicks Mrs Belle I lot 985- Mareuin O P 1 lot 6 90- McMahnu Pat heirs 1 lot 4 25 Murry John W N ft J lots 4 80 Ooeal Mrs Ara 1 lot 34 85 Oliver E fNIL5IOTR 7 50- FiKtr Mrs Lttbell 1 lot 10 9- UPowurc re 1ry B 61 acres 23 US Roberts Oaniol lot 80mithOE act M Iovto100 acres H 70 Trnwer Thos B sr 1 lot 5 81 Wallace H G 1 lot 10 25 Vhtie Jno D N It Slots 1885 Foxtown No 2 Berry lh Wm 2 lots 5 40 Bolin Noah 4 acre 5 30 Brink airs Win S 27 acres 4 20 yBolinJDennyDenney Mils Nannie 30 acres 10 9C Forbes Henry U 72 acivs 17 80 Forbes Cashus M 10 acres 0 15 Grimes Wm AI RUe 8 0- 5Hnbard 1110 acres 41 55 Hill Reuben 2 acres 8 40 J4it s Mary A heirs S U5 Jackbon Mrs Martha E CO acres 7 65 KulwtlIr NRIICy5 RCrfs RIO l1IIr 8picia Theirs 82 acres 14 75 Parriwh Prank 1 acre 3 8 Stevens Thus H heirs 25G acres CO 40 Taylor Pendleton 27 acres 5 00 WecidteChrnr 1 zier 4 00 Waldfii Cliac Nh lot 6 iS Union No 3 White Berrjman Jw acre S 0 00 Dickerson Mr Elizabeth 6 acres 3 15 oZ1Wfi1V- aile I 1 13I 15- Oc H 0 8WttF A C u JrJAtJ11M Willk1f bXfIlHJ3Ieirs85creiift- 0N04WhitalEI IS ton Alexander lts e3 acres 4 15 Alcorn Curt N R 140 acres 0 45 Alla11ls Clayborn N It 25 acres 3 70 Biuknell Eirly i1 acres 8 to Brewer A C 2 cres 4 70 Conner Wesley 1 acre S 40 Cornelison J 1ed40 acres 8 95 Uovle Mrs Vin2arres210ar- pefltr Jane 37 acres 316 Carpenter Geo 10 acres A jaipenter Martin 75 acres 5 Dozier Curtis 20 acres 5 Gentry Dave 3 acresIGrinstead Dora 1 lot 380 Hunter Giles 40 acres 415 Hunter WilguR 30 acres 4 Hill Sam 3 acres 4 1 Johnson Edith heirs 36 acres 4 Ukes Mrs Bettie 25 acres 2 Lakfs Jno 4Jacrps Lakes Tno 1II00acrc S Lukes Sanford 60 acres 6 LambJno35acrps Lamb Ida 10 acres 2 Lamb Sylvester 50 acres 5 Lamb Jamts 20 acres 3 Lamb Lincoln 18 acres 5 5 3 L ahMargarntFlS0a1re8 McWharton Lewis 100 acres l Miller JnoT 75 ncr s i 8 Miz Mr Ihoebel80 acres j Portwood Martha 25 acres A S Powell Frank 50 acres 5 Powell Thou 50 acres g Richard on Mrrtin 30 awes 4 Riddle Mrs Louiea 60 acres 5 Singer Win 1 acre 4 Spivy Theo 7 acres 6 Stevens Andy 10 acres 4 Todd lfRryO 41 Acres Turner curl jr 75 acres 4 E V Oo N R a 52 Williams Howard 20 acres 4 Ycunj Mrs Margaret 7 acres 3 Yates No 5 White AzbillAHeiul acre Ahrams Grant 57 acres 11 llen Wm K 30 acrcst 4 Riker JasL2 lots v 16 ewer John 2 acres Bosbns Jerry N R 20 acres I4 Uhf Richard 5 acreS4Gibson Wm CN R 1 acre Hays PhiJip 50 acres 5 HarrijirboB r acre3Jone Mary J 25 acres Jo1ns6n5c1UYlr Jliacrea 5 Jofri 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HentrCbasl acre 4 J0- Hatton rcen 3 acre t f 20 Mayo Leander 2 aertiL20Mll- lerltiifus 13 acre I l5 frl 5 1l1IcrMary8ncuilMlllerju 4 915 TurncvHarry 10 acnjsV O Yates itachol 1 aoreJ sS p50- Elistonijor4 1 Ballew Jacr4 acresX 4 76 Bates Putsoy Jirs 3 adcL J 0c Ballew Frank 7acre4 v ci ijJPj COvlngton Jonn 2 lfesoJI CovitonRObt2aCtSCocke i g jTO res 75 iadwelli Calvin S06 cres 30 95 Diliiugham Arch7afres JSQ Ellison Andy 24 aca 1025 Goodipe Mary nr 20 Aires y 4 25 HrslellBt 1acoM f Ki 2M HmrrrsfErally 47 acrt p- ts5 jjorMary 2 acres 6 t- 1s rf iiichr1ct0I119rT101cs Si fl 4 7 t fJ1 f Ji T i c 11 41 tt irz iiKavanaugh Arch 6 acres t 4 25 Kavaoaijgh IerrjiJi acres 4 00 Massie Danloi36 aorfcs 9 15 Newman Milton 10 acres 4 00 yston Angeline 35 acres 5 35 dd Rhodes 61 acres 95- iits Frank 8 acres 5 00 fates Taylor 10 acres J70 Yates No5 v Branaugb Caleb nrJ acres 8 15 Bcanaugh Chas 6 acres V 8 30 enlUlt Thosl ncrg Wc v 4 70 nIeyElIzanr i a 60 lark Ed 1 acres t 4 40 Jornclidon IIoward22 acres 6 S- Iltebpatlck Frank 4 acres 4 20 looker Arch 1 acre 71 4 20 locker Rebecca 26 acres A 80- xavanaugh Jas 20 pcre4 20 berley Amanda hr SOacrqs 4 25 lOaticsriiv 5 80 Qd8 Zuck Jr10 ucr sv 4 70 klyers Iversen 3 acres 4 00 npln Chug Iltcre 4 00 IhoUes Ptrn hrs 60 aqrrs v 870 Hone Jnk 27 cres 91b Simir 6 notes 290 wf Ilonrv hrs 2lncruI 4 80 Glades No 6 Dui 0 acres 43t- ilti1 d Fred lucres 42o- i Ht Elijah 15 atrear 5 3o Jfitugtt ike 1 xcre f 4 2u- jlythe Fannie iurev i 2 OD iiuwiug Mtiry J 0 acre 3 io- 3iu uani Chae G acres fi Ui- iiiinialii Jus 8 alerts U8 luriitin Alex jr 2 acWB 4 7o Uht4I1 llt E t ibetli JH U Llpt 4 8i lID Lt1ltlllulr8 7 aCleao 2 Co Sidney N R3 acres 3 7t y nail 2 crea 4 7o- furnM MihIn iture v 2io- Hf Harry hnirs 4 acres f 5 3o ciriSain lauruv 4 76 irttu Laura 1 lot 3 15 iagaii Edith IllItJ 8 7o- JalUJaa jO acrea 4 7o Paultiia 1 lot 1 So iikili EdJM iicres 14 75 IiIIeIy Jane F lot 2 80- ilarijn Sarah 2 acres 4 25- ilartin BAIL 2 lures 5 30 in Lewis U acirea 5 3o n Friiuk 14 acres 6 4o- iiiiur Clay rre 4 B- oillllfr nMarab 2 acres 315 luaao air 5 po- Jiiler WinK R I acre 2fco llhrSmlth 6 nerosI o Moral Annie 8 acw 4 7o yuin Frank 1 acre 4kji- ifn KobV 20 uprns f T4i w iIIcitr4uls 2 IICUIBas JsJo CttHlUe lot 27o iit Ku l IV heirs G acref t 116 imi uii AndiTOn 1 rcro 42o Valkerispeae rl acre 4 7o Valkpr Peter 9 acres j 5 Ho VePtSqiJr lnira 7 acres 2 So Whit Vm D tot 9 15 Kirksville No7 Uirnam Hatti 1 lot 3 aiturMMLS K nviHl lot 2 6n s ickson nrijacres 2 t 0 Baxter Bi 32 acres i 13 05 Jostne Rico 13 acres 6 50 uarson Fayeite 1 acre 4 70 Denll Gee Admr of Martha ijunny 26 acres W ii 25 JBerson Harry 7 acres 8 Iraore Mary 2 a res 4 ootI Andereou lot a 00inifii Ea te82oacieuT 7 loran Jake 2 HIreS 5 Ilkr Ul arell lflrriA1ex fhl i icliarUiu IIeIrVi1I1 11 4 25 3 acres J 7 So tAoSo II rh s 70 2 r98 t 800 Million No8 men tfpie Jason 1 lot 4 7o ecu idu8 Ilohi lo acres 4 To t Rice 1 lot 4 ejarnette all which Frank 2 acres 10 cot iitj Cl as23acre v 8ininuis Anmnda acre lerald Margarette 1 lot i 4 Bt end ouna N S nr i lot 2 60 ether arks1acgi I acres 2 8u tUe ebastian Robt iacrerS4 ftr 4 2o urner rvitlI acroP i 5 8cJ nrher Frank 5 ncres 5 00 Varren Sullle and Geo 7 acres 5 9o JHON P WAGERS SiariffMadj5011 County Interesting News It wiirintefest many readers of tho- llinax to hear that at last n genuine ire fur Constipation Indigestion Liver Complaint Hsadache and Bll ousness hits been found in lr Cald elis laxative Syrup Pepsin It is pleasant tonic purifying svrup with f mild nCI Ion no after iffeijts Sod by Perry Thomas at in 0o and fUOO Money back if it InUsa BJlOOKSTO WN ITEMS r for Uncle Rich Tribble a very honora blo old colored man died near this pIe lace Saturday January 13 Aye regret that Mr Hugh Mason ho rented Mrs Smiths farm near lore laityear has rented a place on Jig Hill Pike 1 he girls hopehe will lome back often Mr Hugh Parke died at his home neat Red Houses Tuesday Jan 16th laving bten very ill for somo weeks vilh cojihumption His remainsycre ntcrred in tho family graveyard at this place fRv J H Wilson conducted ser vices at the church hero Sunday morning Subject of discourse Loot ing Forward in which lie gave the congregation something to think on and something to do IMrs W C Howaru who has been visiting her father R P McCord left for her home in Seattle Washing ton Sunday morning Our viitors for Sunday were Misses Wafers Blanton and Daocan of Richmond Huckett of Foxtown and Messrs Thorpe and Hamilton of Richmond The greatest r edofthe people south of Brookstown is a plKo con necting the pike at Red House with lhe pike at Union City This line wouldfoliow ibo creek so nearly that Jhpbed rock and gravel could be fur nished with very liftlo costt lrC T Wells Srvt Richmond spends much of his time with hIs ion Major Wells of this placo This fine spiing weather is wel fu dbyonr farmers Cattle Wanted i t We have on hand about L2OOsb ks of fodder and want 50 CJFtOO cattle to feed iotthiEierson ijan tf Ji lonKy To maktteboTeWrMId happY 115bright1conlnitlt MLexon Bro reIephoneuo1Agirl Sjantf f h 8 Hike a pretty r9 Wer withcl iilt a- y fc j Seasonable Suits i OUh e eQ something more than light Summer Clothes e crispI TIniosZ s q i andHisonable fall suit find maybe a top coat too Were showing some beautiful things this year all the new styles from Schloss Bros Co of Balti more the Quality Makers i The drawinff shows how our cloth Slook when actually worn Prices run from 12 to 25 with a big variety to choose from Come in and see how you like them We i iv3 jvsar ything else by way of smart furnishings too = Our Great Loom End Sale = Closed December J 6th and all the remants were about cleaned up but WJB have decided to let the prices that were established during the sale continue the same until January l ton all Winter Goods Clothing Shoes Blankets Comforts Carpets Cloaks Overcoats Underwear Flannels of all kinds and all stuff they ale all in plain figures with the Red Loom End Tickets So come and get them Respectfully W D Oldham and Co REVIVORESTORES VITALITY iWellMan Madeat of Me t H o I Z0y JUott EMMsftUyandqolcklr Cure when an otML XonmnienwlUrej their lost iainliood iidoia will recover youthful vigor by uslna BEVIVO It quickly end eorolr restores Nerrous Lett Vitality Impotency Nightly EralitloaR LoaUOnrFaJllng Memory Vastln8 Diseases Biid effecta ol eU4bos or eiceta and Indiscretion lilts ono for study business or msrrlage It only cures by cutting at the seat of disease but- gretit none tonlo and blood bnlldcr bring back the pink glow to palo cheek and ra toriug the flro of It wards off InMaltj Consumption Theist on harlnz ItEVIVOt no n can be carried in yet pocket By zulU 8100 jier packane or six tor 8600 with pail written guarantee to cure or refond Address UulldlnffBOYAi For Pale by Perry Thomas Phone 184 gets the be- stCo A I COMPANY Richmond When you want load of the best coal obtaIn- able go to the phone and call 184 thats the Beattyville and we are the peo who sell e a lOla 5 ecO 1 ea 1 guaranteed to give satis faction we make prompt delivery Beattyville Goal Company D R Freeman Mgr Phone J 84 Yard Aspen av Not Only- at Christmas is our line of goods desirable2but at all times of the carry such a beautiful line of Silver Gut Glass Clocks Watches and Jewelry of every description that it attracts all lovers of the beautiful to our store We make = specialty of engraving WatcH repairing carefully attended to Our stock is completej oui price reasonable Give usfjg thI jl r 1J O J i t 1 DESlGr4ED B I- cHt ROS CO Fme Clothes Makers BALTIMORE MEW YORK l Fourth Saturday heavy marked number eae yearlWe s 1 yy7I ffi 7 + tc + i I f jf t 1 1l i tlJI 7 1 75 000 111 + pounds 71 FLOUR iPure Good andF 7F 7E Sweet We are prepared to furnish testimony from the best and most efficient cooks in Richmond or Madison county that our l Town Talk 1i- t M- SI Flourf i 1P I 1 Iis superior to any flour on ourfmarifet ISQur i t fris in reach of all If iant the oesfc I call forUJtr i fj + Town Talk 7F If you want cheaper flour we can furnish it 1l Just try one sack of Town Talk 75000 lbs MIC waiting to be assigned to the battle field y W Colyer Bros Phone 237 Main Street RICHMOND EY Ii 1ITI J I lK t 71 7rF 7 f tip to r 1Moment Printing at this Office 1 1Tho T J ITtI ct J k 4 J rJr t 7 tI Ti C J ISivftw hiil 11ftVc I i m I I- v7r THERICIMIVYND CLIMAXk TT t VOLUME i r 31RICHMOND MADISON COUNT k griJCYt WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1906 NUMBERP 4 X r Why We Have Cut Prices Our stock is immense Spring goods are themTherefore40 yards all dropped patterns of Furniture all remnants of Wall Paper every lot of Cur tains of less than four pair are to be sold It is to our interest to sell modern depend n10neyjust g ttChr18tmaus riFt 1J etbut we are still on hand Our stchas sub from the terrible rushioFGhristmas buyers tt and is nowready for itsteLiy evr day busi It1 fI ness Our stock is completCi Everything useful everthing low priced Gus a call cLTh J ftr J 4 f ci jo J Ic nit S1I f Main tSf ft fj0 3vwMjr J Lii1stmas is Over anct ill O6 kMere old firm kno im for itsjtselect stock of Dry Goods tions is enterinA new year with a stronger mination than ever to please our many customers We TV only good goods Our prices suit all purses Wishing alL a prosperous year ye are your trted and true friends White Gibson We Are Agents For The Ladies Home Journal Patterns W e nrc always looking for something better always working to nre values and styles superior to other stores That is why w have made a change in our pattern department Oliver Chilled T Plows I Nw is the time Get your plow I ready dont lose a day It will I turn over soil that has never been reached before Come and see us we will tell you all about it I B Shockelford Co Y NAME IS TI1JAkjAi On Sausage Row Sheriffs Sale For Taxest- r 1905faof Landand Town Lots thofthCourtmond Ky on Monday Feby 6 06A sbetweenand 6 p m the following flassessedthe year 1905nfoWhiListRichmond No I 5BallardBoiton Mrs Mary 1 lot 6 25 B bee Albert lot 8 00 thDoaCroaksGormley Wn C ISO acres 3OH Green Alex O N R 2 lots 40 95 irenleHf te Evans 3 lota 3 70 Harrison O HN It 6 lots 5 35 Haerman B C N R1 lots 535- Hirks Mrs Belle 1 jot 9 85 Marcum 0 Pilot tj 00 UuMnhau Pat heirs 1 lot 425 turry John W N R J lots 4 80 OtiHul Irs Ara IIt 34 R5 Oliver E T N B 5 lots 7 50- PiKg Mrs I4bfI1 lint 10 00 Posver fs Mrv BC1 acres 25 Roberts Daniel I lot S 10 SnitlOEigtM1ove 100 acres 3 70- Trower Tlio B arllot 6 St Wallace H G 1 lot 10 25 White JnoD N R 3 lots 1885 Foxtown No 2 Berryman Wm 2 lots 5 40 Bolin Noah 4 acre G 30 Brink Alp Win S 27 acres 4 2S yBolinJUetmvDenner Miss Nftunie 36 acres 10 Forbes Henry D 72 aovs 17 SO Forbes asbus M 10 acres 6 15 Grimes Win A 7 ncre 8 ISP Hubard IMa c 110 acres 4J Hill Reuben 2 lUrEs 8 40 Pr Jones Mary A heirs 505 R Jacknon Mrs Martha E 60 acres 7 05 n Kidwell Mrs Nancv 5 acres fi 10R Mllltr Spicie Theirs 82 acres 14 ParriBh Frank 1 acre 3 8f Stevens Titus H heirs 256 acres 60 40 Sm IaVddeWaldHH MIAS S h trot 0 45 w tYBtDlckeroll M r If1ltdie qt 6 Tenney J1 r l Loel U l iRavden H L alui BT 4W rJv4r 4 J9 GeVallrWinkler Mrs Sallie heirs 83 acres 5 90 El iston No 4 WhiteKAlexander Its ie 37 acres 415 Alcurn Curt N R 140 serfs 6 Adams Clayborn N It 25 acres 3 70M Biuknell Eirly 74 acres 5 JO Brewer A 02 pcres 4 70 Couner Wesley 1 acre 5 80 RICovleCarpenter Jane 37 acres 3 15 Carpenter Geo 10 acres 4 20 CarpHiiter Martift 75 acres 5 80Sr Duter Curtis 20 acres 5 Gentry Dave 3 acres L 4 70 Grinsteacl Dora 1 lot 3 80 Hunter Giles 40 acres V 4 15 Hunter WjlRus SO acres 425 Hill Sam 3 acres 4 15 Johnson Edith heirs 36 acres 4 25 Lakes Mrs Bettle 25 acres 2 G- OLukes Jno 4J acres o 85 Lakes Jno 11100 acres 8 05 Lakes Sanford 60 acres 6 05 Lamb Jno 35 acres 470Bacres tJIan1ll amh James 20 acres C Lamb Lincoln 18 acres 5 85C Leah Margaret F 130 acres McWbar on I wis100 acres 16 30 Miller Jno T 75 acres 8 0i MIze Mrs Pboebel80 acres 6 45- P rtwoo l Martha 25 acres 4 85 Pow ll Frank GO acres 51FPowell 1 Ems 60 acres Richardson Rlrrtin 30 acres 4 20 Riddle Mrs Louisa 60 acres 5 3o Singer Win 1 acre 4 20 Spivy Thea 7 acres 5 89H Stevens Audi 10 acres 4 Todd Mary I41 acres t 15 K 75 acres 4 7- 0VybroadEV4iONR H 600 a 52 10 VilHams acres 4 JOf Ycunjr Mrs Margaret 7 acres 3 Yates No 5 White Azbill Allen 1 acre 4 20 L Abrams Grant 57 acres ik 11 40 llen Wm K 30 acres i 4 00 Baker Jas L 2 lots vgSAV 16 60 L Kpwpr John 2 acres 4 4 99- L r B IMlIIiiiJry N R 20 acresc 4 25 vIIr t Richard 5 acres 4r Gibson Wro C N R 1 acre 2 00 Hays Philip 50 acres 5 85 Harris Thos 1 acre 3 70 Jones Mary J 25 acres 12 00 ohnson Schnvler 16 acres 5 85 ohnBonBeverley 8 acres 5 60 Johnson E iz betb Ins 12p acres 8 70 Jones Humphry 130 acres 5 85 JoRsden Emma 26 acres 4 55- LawBon Elizabeth 3 jcres 2 60 Powell Wm M 65 acres 4 70 PjggWm FT 20 acres 5 80- igtr Brack 53 acres 5 00 Pointer James 20 acreSL 3 85 Roberts Valentine N R 40acres 6 45 Skinner Dan M 66 acres 805 hearer WillisN R 15 acres 315 Thaker Geo W 2 acres 5 10 Iurpin Robt 40 acres 4 70- Tnrpin Willis 2 acres 3 iO Williams Elijah 6 acres 4 60 Yates Mrs Edna 150 acres 7955 Glade No 6 White T Frank N R10 acres 4 23 IAQner Harry 60 acres 6 9ir BaVard Mrs Nannie 50 acres 5 6C Burke Elizabeth heirs 1 lour e 4 Burnell Jasper 2 acres V 1O Pallie I acre 2 50 5BakerClark Jessie 8 lot t 6 4- jComtB Martha lot 140 Thos J jr 50 acres 541 5DaniolsThOsGiles Mary Hot v 3 Gallow jvWni T UO acres 7 2 Grant Eb28 acres ri 58 Harrison Jno 35 acresW 9 80 Han isptuiT J liner es 470 S joncyftLEN R 270 J IAL I PROFIT The matter of feed is of- emendous importance to the rther Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get e most milk his pigs to get e most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children r they fed according to- cience a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped chand muscle foQ if they thin and weak and a blood od if there is anemia ScottsEmulsionjs a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood andmuscle e Lime andSoda make bone nd brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate children Send for free sample Be cure that this cictare 0the form of a label on the wrapper of every bottle ot you buy Scott Bowne CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c and li all draughts alolsdLogsdeu A n5 acres I 201 a 4ilPfl Mury 13 xcrps 2 40 Ph PIMnrtaulhaupinMoore R M 1 lot 6 40 K 1h1ggOIllot Ithark8DoestonShichardsonSIobertsStiilinsSexton Mrs D laris 4 acres Jl SO SIith8naathice E 3 ncrt I 25S lkhti TliOb H I lot lotIJ1 III a 14DTiEf TuGFuiardTOMoodyyers W EN Rl lot 2 00W Mnllinu B 1 acre 4 Prewitt Martha 15 acres 4 80V4 wRhoduso s Alfx 48 acres 1C 50D Smith A J 2 ncres 5 l J W 100 acres 5 85 TWWhiteMillion No8 White Aldridce James12 acres 4 70 Burton Elizabeth 5 acres 3 15 Burton W B E15 acres 5 80 X Bolser Jacob N R 1 lot 3 15 urton Woodson heirs 20 heirs 4 25 lkurgessarneThos M 20 acres 11 40 Bi urtainger Will 1 lot 4 70 C John 1 lot vT 570 p- ChaneyJK 65 acres 6 95 Cotton Mrs B Ellen 80 ncr a 5Q5 Demaree Simoon N Itllot 3 00 avis Juo heirs N R 3 acres 2 40 as PNR1 acre 2 50 Foster Emily 1 acre 2 30 Fain Breckenridge 1 acre 4 2- 0ooseyADNRlIot 13 15 U adeii L N K 1 lot 3 75 Hay Phil 20 acres 3 90 11ager11oweWalter lowardHughes Alonzo heirs 10 acres 3 15 Hughes W A 0 acres 4 70 LancELand Shell 30 acres 6 95 Layton E T 25 acres 7 40 MowryBih1 OwrySockerMillion Shelby lO acres 040 Masters Jno Red 15 acres 5 16 T Masters Walter 28 acres 6 40 Murphy Wm 100 acres 9 15 Newby Mrs F M110t 3 00 Quinsberry John N 11 25 acres 3 50 Quante W F N R 1 lot 4 2 llenfro Robt 15 acres 4 Reynolds Pattie heirs 30 acres 5 35 Rhodus Jas L 7 acres 4 25 Sebaston BUy s 5 acres 4 7o Stennett Emily 36 acres 4 7o Turner Allen 15 acres 14 So Turner MissMarKatet2 acres 2 6p EVbitakerWheeler M 16 acres 4 9 Woods John 1 acre 4 2o- Young Elizabeth 5u acres 13 Colored List Richmond No J Alford Elijah Hot 6 5 Anderson Ed I lot 6 Ba 1eGeo 1 lot 6 Balfew Pattie 1 lot 3 5 0UaIIewBalars instoll 1 lot I io Barnes Rbca L Crawford 1 lot Fe Banna Ohasl lot 10 Bi Keretafif Jim 1 lot f 5 o Black Jaasr Slots 10 rnkck8a1hi011Ot i o v BlyUie Wm ilot 4 JBpee Thos 1 lot I 4 o OBreck Belle Hot i 8 7 BronstUfl1jake riot 4 Burgin Martha heirs Klot 7 24 80 lot 6 35 6u1BuruaInJZ1O t rVIj r 1 raCampbell rtfraf t 4 55 ICampbohlMi 5 3 camPbell Elir 1rTht r 4 Chev 1lti c I l 4 Oheu 1t i 640- Clumanlt lot 4 Ro- Clav Ll Zi TIe k 18 75 Cohm J r 4 55 Cook Celn1 t 4 Si- ov1ofoI S r Ilot I Oovinttolu jlot4 So 1raeJionrtJo 1Ilhie 5 8n Ornrcber N lot 4 2- 5Eah1agi s llot 6 45 Deathlrntfl tUB 1475 Dowfdl lhlfll Vlvti P 15 Etobry JnI1A jJ 4 23 Embry EInenwttlI l S ii 2o EtillTesei1ioft 3 Etihl Root Q 13t I 8 15 1iresaralI 11 tJ25 File Marc J 1t 1 2- 5Frncjs W h 4 70 Gilbert Amt1if1u 6 35 ue1Irvinqea e2 Iota 4 25- ilbhs Mary 3 10- GrAell Robt20uHatton Nannji i 3 4u IAn if YUtOt S no harris Jarrett 11 7 50 horns Jell 11 4 65 Harris AtiatP 6 s IhuriHEdlthifn fl acre l fj Henderson h1ai lo i5 lisle Andy l lf 5 I hut 5 3u NlttlumI t 4 iHood 4 7 Ilugueley vnN1t 5 3I- rviue HoIUKIr 65i Irvine Joe ji L 6 9 I 00 F llit 7 Jaiktkiii Net 1 o Jnrnioii Kobt U 4o Johnson Wm 8 oi Loup Fannie I 545 Martin Irvin i t 7 6 Mnsbtry WI 5 311 Mnnin Abuer 5 Marlln Hinn Icr 4 7 Mason MillirJ 3 15 Mason Mrl 4 25- 5latlewt Nail 1 a J5 Mitchell Mar i 6 45 Miller Harris S I utiicr J uiiiii I 26 Miller OL 8 lb Mos8Mllli hJI 4 So- seySatlI4 f 1 15 wman Jjouu i S 15- rks Geo Anif 7 u- 1almlr J1t14 t1r 9 4 6 8 I It Do JPhelps U ops Win 47u ce GeoMoUjj ItUho agt ot 5 3 odes Davidiyif 4 25 Tros Jyrus Tar res 31 epherd Renai O 8 epherI I3arry1 5 30- elilierd Chill ri S So Shearer Mary lo 85 t5 alllel 60 1ithroelral1 i5 ttl Oas ic 6 5 tott Tc lJ m M reatiJ fl ed 1d has U 1ti iw blp1e iIOt 0t 5p8s- rBeF Dan jbelpi 45- riier Wm 1 JrtU 4 6 rier Robt tot ii S 11- 0iublin Ilenry iI t 5 3o- rley Mary Ahi 6JJo 5 85- a1ker Ryman 6 4o- nlkor Ed 1 IRU 7 alker Susan 3 15 Thoa J 425- eMSarah1 lot2 a Iii hite David 1 Inp l S So o adznr Luke W1IIns a 7 So White llarcis 1 lqft I 5 8 White Rose I lot a is- intleld DowI t 4 70 inktield MlHeiloj 35 Williams ChaR IR ta 3 15 Willis Al 1 lot p I 5 30 Willis i5 ates LIZZlelIJI 3- 5Foxton o 2c Jr nna Levy 3 acre fj 30 7 irgin lIenry fcr 418ohenault Loin Vr So- hcnault Dem fii r 9 45 Chena It David ftacn t1I 70 Chenault Chas rr J t it 3 15 Ohenault Jno 2 nc elf I i 70 Ohenanlt Cary l2Macre 14iti 4o Cosby Simon 1 aerO Zi I 2o Embry Retter wsrft 10 Uo tIt 4 70 ays FallcislIrt at t 2 Go Harris Roule 12 arts 3 40 Harris Smith 5 acits olio Caroline 30 acre f r 3 70 Steve Cur 4 Kfe5 t 2 60 OCe1 Rachel lira Ii2 aC V 4 So Jones David 2o acrea i 6 90 Jones Perry 2o acres ijjfc l 6 40- atigiord Amos 7 acresi 5 80 McKinney JefrhIribd eil 3 15 litcbell Mary Iirs2o ti 4 2- 5cindyJasJr5acr5a J l 5 k 4 lo- ldham Jake lo aeries ol t 3 So hackelford Willisirsljacl j 3 75 TherleyTomnr 1 acres rf 2 t- 1aylsr Susan S ncr 00 Walker Milt 5 ccreiw 6 90 Walker Green 60ity tTh White Robt 5 acredg 4 70 White Andy S acre P4 70 tUnionfNo 3 tI01BallewChenauls Jennie Tit 3 16 Covington Robt 1 crt 5 30 Doty Chris 1 acreCM 1 420 stlil Dollie 1 acroiy j y2 60 entry Jell 1 acre IL4 70 Gentry Chas 1 acre ir r 4 70 llatton Green 3 ao1I21iMayo Leander 2 acresj t 4 20 Miller Rufus 13 acres t 11 6 15 Miller Mary 3 aciT 3 16 Miller June 5 aei r 9 15 Turner Harry 10 acrdU r u 40 Yates Rachel 1 acre rt 2 50 EllistoA1i 4- Ballew 415 Bates P 2t0B- al1ew 4 4 70 4CoVingtiflCovington Hobt n tj 4 70 Crockett Henryur eiS 276 hadwelU Calv1nP 30 95- lMillngham ArcliflJ9 1 5 30 Ellion Andy 2 i 10 25 Goodloe Mary nt20aj 4 25 0Hislel EL nr 1 ac i V oJ 2 65 Harris Emily 47 creJv 531 Hooker Mary 2C5 T S 2 60 Irvine ChiLa1t 4 70 J 4 th I 1fJIf J J Kayanaugh Arch 6 acres 4 25 Kavanaugh Jerry 3 acres 4 OQ Massie Daniel 36 acres 9 15 Newman Milton 10 acres 4 00 Royston Angelina 35 acres 535 Todd Rhodes 61 acres 6 95 Wa ts Frank 8 acres 5 00 Yates Taylor 10 acres1 70 Yates No5 Branaugh Caleb nr 4 acres 15 Branaugh Chas 6 acres 5 30 Chenault Tho 1 acre 7 4 70 Conley Eliza nr 2 60 Clark Ed 1 acres 4 40 Cornelison Howard 22 acres 6 80 Fitcbpatrick Frank 4 acres 4 20 Hooker Arch 1 acre 4 20 Hocker Rebecca 26 acres 4 80 Kavanaugh Jas 20 acres 4 20 Mob rley Amanda hrs 30 acres 4 25 tiller Spincor 10 aLes 5 80 Monday Zack Jr 10 acres 4 70 Myers IverSon 3acrcSH 4 00 1uplnChDlllcre 400 Rhodes Perry hrs 60 act s370 toneJllkl 27sores 9 16 White Simtra 5 ncres 2 90 Yutes Ileiirv tire 21 acres 4 80 Glades No 6 Ballew Dan 6 acres 1 80- rtailaid Fred acres2oIw- it Elijah 15 nereis 5 3o- UiuiHtt ike 1 acre 4 2n nlytllC lHnnh acre 2 Uo rtiowlnjr Mary J 9 acre 800 Bnrimm Ciia 6 acrts fi D- oUnrnutn Juti8 acres 6 8n 7ojChrtiiaultJti in LIIalwir87 acres 2 60 Uigiri Sidney N R 13 acres 3 7 EIyDaii2crea 4 7o fur ib Mmin 1 aure 2 4o th1 Hurry liHlm 4 acres 5 3o Ira cisSam I aero 4 7o Ureen Laurn llnt 3 15 Hawaii Edith lot 3 7 Hall Jas In acres 4 7o leiiklns Paulina Hot 4 So BiiUins Ed 34 ncrea 1475 Kniiedy Jaie 1 Idtj 2 So itunu Sarah 2 acres 4 25 Martin BAli 2 ncres 530- Mllr in Ixtwls 3 acres 5 3o- Ma n Frank 14 acres 641- 1ilcritallluru 45o- Miil r MaHah 2 acres 3 15 MIlHr lMIU1 I aure 5 no Miller Win N IL 1 acre 2 50 Jlilltr Smilli5 acres 4 5o- Moraii Annie 3 aces 4 70 P yfiui Frank acre 4 50 Ritv Knbt 26 arms 6 4 HUll mtenlOli 2 acres 5 3o- Itipw Kallie I lot 2 7o ltonH Kiiiliv h urs flaeref 3 15 3iniii Andei on 1 rcre 4 2o Walker Hpeucrrl acre 470- Walktr Peter 0 acres 5 30 Wept Squira hPire 7 acres 2 So White Wm D I lot 9 15 Kirksville No 7 Burnara Hattlr 1 lot 3 00 Buster Mrs E t win 1 lot 2 61 Brooks Jnckson nr 1aoreu 2 60 Baxter K i 32 acrea 13 05 osins Rico 13 acres 6 50 UuorMjn Fayeute 1 acre 4 70 Demn Geo Admr of Martha Denny 26 acres 11 25 Juorscn Ham 7 acres 8 Elmoro Mary2 ares 4 21 Moore Aiidtraoir 1 lot A oo- Wisa KH a JPi8ffi3K8lB 76o k re 1f itr fflr IQo 21Shearerranter 8am fl qjrea 5 3o TnrnPr TomS acres 58p Walker Mary nr 11 acres 4 7o White John 2 acres 8 oo Million No8 logic Jason 1 lot 47o Bro id us Robt lo acres 4 7o Rice Hot 4 2o Dejurneile Frank 2 acres 4 7o- Fiin Chas 23 ac Son Frauds Ajniihda I acre 2 3t Herald Margarette 1 lot 4 8aJones N 3 nr 1 lot 2 Oo Parks Matrjrte acres 2 Sotrobaqtian Rot 4 acres 4 1TurnerWarrer Sullie and Geo 7 acres 5 Oo JHON F WAGERS ExShierhfrMadison County Interesting News- It will interest many readers of the Climax to hear that at last a genuine cure for Constipation Indigestion Liver Complaint Haadaobo and Bil iousness has neon found In Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a pleasant tonic purifying syrup with a mild notion and no bad utter effects Soil by Perry Thomas at SOc and 100 Money back if it fails BR 0 OKSTO WN ITEMS Uncle Rich fribble a very honora ble old colored man died near this place Saturday January 13 We regret that Mr Hugh Mason who rented Mrs Smiths farm near here last year has rented a place on Big Hill Pike The girls hope he will come bacT often Mr Hugh Parke died at his home near Red House Tuesday Jan 16th having been very ill for some weeks with conMiniption His remains were interred in the family graveyard at this place Rev J IL Wilson conducted services atthe church here Sunday morning Subject of discourse MLpok injr rWlrdnin which ho gave the congregation something to think on and something to do Mrs W C Howaru who hss been visiting her father R P McCord left for her home In Seattle Washington Sundaymorning Our visitors for Sunday were Misses Wagers Blanton and Duncan of Richmond Hackett of Foxtown and Messrs Thorpe and Hamilton of Richmond The greatest reed of the people south ofBrookstown is a pike con nccting the pike at Red House with the pike at Union City This line would follow the creek so nearly that the bed rock and gravel could be furnished with very littlecost Mr C T Wells Srtf Richmondr spends much of his time with his son Major Wehs of this place This fine plingweather Is wel cqznedby our farmers tattle Wanted Wo haVftoil hand about 1200 shocks of odder and u nut 50 cr 100 cattle to feed Potts Duerson 1l7jan If Whites Station Ky To make thehome warm and happy the new yearprosperoua and bright buy coal from B H Luxon itBro Telephone 110 Sjantf A girl without a dash ot romance is llkfujjretty Towerwitiioutodbr c iit n j r iji T j Seasonab Suits j somethingU Summer Clotlithe crisp morningl i Better come in hereand- let us fit you out with a seai so able full suit and maybe a top Goat too Were showing some beautiful things this yearall the new styles from Sehloss Bros Co of Balti more the Quality Makers The drawing shows how our clothes look when actually worn Prices run from 12 to 525 with a big variety to choose from Come in and see how you like them Wehiv ivsr ything else byway of smart furnishings too 14VineOur Fourth Great Loom End Sale Olosed Saturday December 16th and all the remants were about cleaned up but have decided to let the prices that were established during the sale continue the same until 1st on all Winter Goods Clothing Shoes Blankets Comforts Carpets Cloaks Overcoats Underwear Flannels all kinds and all heavy stuff t they are all marked plain figures with the Red Loom End Tickets So come and get them Respectfully W p1 Oldham and Co t I REVIVOSUBIOIIES VITALITY DOIt J A a EIEN r proJncM the abovoTeinlU In 30 days It acts powtrfolly and auleUy C2rss when all otters tail Scant men rtiu their lost ZIl ood and old men will their TJgdfr ill tulna REVIVO It QU1cklrandlurelJreltorea1tcaPJCo lieu Loat Tltallty Impoteacy Nightly EmtitloaJT Lost rower Filllnj lleuory tVutlna D1eues and til effeeU ot eelfabuso or eiceeatnd Indiscretion which unfits one or Btrdybailnen or marriage It not ouly curse by startle at the ieat ot dlieaw t ul I8 ncrretonlo and blood buUder bring tug beck till pink w to palo cheeks and roo torln the fire of youth It wards off Insanity nd Consumption wIlt on having nEVIVOna tt can be earrtiid In Test pocket By mall 100 rackage or Hi tar SZSoo with a ive written guarantee to cure or reread tree Address UulldlnBOYAl For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184 gets the best COALCOMPANY in Richmond When you want a load the best coal obtain able go to the phone and call for 184 thats theBeattyville number and we are the peo pIe who sell 0vve 6aV CaxuveX k8Xbc eo- 8o tb l 8o all guaranteed to give satis faction we make prompt delivery Beattyville C pal Company r Freeman Mgr Phone 184 Yard Aspen av Not Only at Christmas is our line of goods desirable but at all times the year Wecarry such a beautiful line Silver Cut Glass Clocks Watches and Jewelry of every description that it attracts all overs oD the beautiful to our store Wo make a specialty engraving Watch repairing i11efuUy attended to l 1 Our stock is complete our price reasonable Give us a call LEt Lane JWClCr i r t DESIGNED BY SC BALTIMORE NW YORK we January of in crest ether poll of D R of of of I 1 1 4 v T l1J rc y MJtJt l i X ti n it 0 +J IL Lr iI+ pounds + FLOUR Pure Good and I + Sweet F i We are prepared to furnish testimony from +the best and most efficient cooks inRichmQud or Madison county that our i Town Talk i-N Vttx f Flouris superior to any flour on our market Our yfr jlprice is in reach of all If you want the best 1call forU + TO W1J TalkiC FIf YOU v Chciiper fi11r WJ canfuLn1sh it F Just tryack Of J 75000 lbs 1b to theb1iild iwaiting assign d r jj Colyer Bros IPhone 237 Main Street RICHMOND KY C t71 t J Wr J 1J 4 7W s I E 7 Up to the Moment Printing Donsfat this Office rt A I f i i rt a 2 1 I LookUsUpWHEN Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths ED BUNION CO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNKSDAT BT Phs Climax Printing Co Incorporated D MILLER Editor Manager p Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YF IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct id Mty Offices 5 IFor Oonnty Office In For St t and nintrlet Offlees 15 n- oForMll per ine Eor Cards per line For all In the interest of In dividual or expression of 0nalInvariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY JAN 31 1906 GKSBIIAL JOSEPH WHEELEK veteran of two wars after braving bayonets and bullets died last week in New York of pneumonia He was 69 years old lioN K W Miller has introduced an antilobbying hill which provide for Docket of Legislative Agents to be kept by Secretary of State and a lie of oxponses to be tiled TUB Kentucky Press Association has boon invited by State College to hold its next annual meeting in Lei ington as guests of the college N definite arrangements have been made IT is stated on pretty good authority that Americans used more sugar the previous year than any other nation The same authority might also have stated that they paid a higher price for it too then any other nation HOSTON claims to be the largest lobster market in lbs worldTe disagree with the Bostonian making the claim If we are not inisinfornud our National Capitol Washington City is the largest lobster market in the world A lULL has bnon introduced by Rep losentntlve Harry McCarty which if passedwill bs of great advantage to stock men It requires owiers of stock pens to keep sufficient water in pens for stock and to keep stock protected from the rain IF A man who is being ground to pieces and pulverized by the reckless wheels of oppression cries aloud to his God and invokes the aid of the law of equity and justice is an anarchist what term shall we apply to henry H Rogers second in power of the Standard Oil Compny who spurns the law of God gives the lie to lila business methods and shows a disposition to laugh at the courts jfra Eriglish language is silent It does not contain a suitable word or one that is applicable in his case CIIAUNCEI M DRPEW U S Sena tor from Now York is asking Why should I reign If we had a first class stenographer and a years time to answer the question we might be enabled to answer in detail the many reasons why he should resign Depew has been closely connected with many form tlictsnUauK css during the pat thirty years and his query is hard to answer iu brief He ought to resign at least out of respect to his friends It is unjust to persist in having the friendship of ones friends hampered by the stigma of disgrace THE Goebel memorial celebration in Frankfort has been changed by the committee from January 30 to Febru ary Cot Bennett H Young of Louisville has been asked to make the address of the occasion and has ac cepted The program provides for a joint memorial service in the hall of the House in the morning The Son ate will meet with the members of the lower body and several addresses and eulogies will be delivered In the afternoon the General Assemblywill proceed to the cemetery where relig ious services will be conducted At night at the opera house Col Young will deliver his address IT IS said there 13 always two sides to every quetion But strange to soya large number of papers print only one side ot the case Just now many Republican papers are taking great pride in disclosing the fact that during 1905 Andcw Carnegie gave away 14000000 while John D Rockefeller gtve away 11000000 Will these newspapers print the other side and take as much pride in pub lishing and give as much space in explanation as towhere they got these enorm us sums Surely it would make just as interesting reading be sides it would show a tendency to tote fair Dcafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications us they cannot reacH ilie diseased portion of the ear There is only OIIH way to cue lirafneK and that is by conMimii IisI remnlieK fleetness is caused by an ibfl iium con ilitiou of the mucous iiniiig of the Bus median Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumblinc uound or and when it is reJlult11audtaken out and this tnbe restored to its nnrnml condition hearing will be deIsiroyril rover nine cases out of IPH lIre fHUMid by tnlarrli whIch IB iioth Inl lint an inilnmed condition of the murous surface We will give Onn Hundred Dollars for auv case of Deafness caused by ca uirrii that cannot be cnred bv Catarrh Cure Send for circulars freeI F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold fer Druggists 7c Take hula family Iilli for coniti 4t Jh lWeakLungs Bronchitis For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis con sumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors approve Then trust this the next j time you have a hard cough g The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years Made byC Ayer Co Lowell Mua- Also m nuf oturer of 9 qersaoLW- ehave no leereU We publish the formulae of ail our medlelne- aAyers Pills keep the bowels regular All vegetable and gently laxative L r VIKGIL H PAUKSa Kentuckian em ployed as a laborer in the Bureau of Engraving ard Printing at Washing unjustsI bureau Capt W M Meredith Ouu citizens at large should feel very proud of the efforts on the part of the Commercial Club to secure one of the State Normal Schools for this industrytto find a citymore suitably adopted for sueh a school than Richmond We are not only centrally located but tbe build ings grounds etc are here ready whole community should feel lour interested in such a movement and what it means to our town Think of the large number of students that will be here the year round which fact alone means increase in more than one line of business The Commercial Club should be backed most heartily and all pull together for the purpose of securing such an institution for Richmond theiBut like all other good laws it is sadlymistreated About every town andcity therd is quite a large num ber of men and women who toil not neither do they spin yet they must live They have no visible means of support and the question nutnrally arises How do they exist The law makes ample provision for these peo pie But the greatest trouble is the abuse of the law Whenever a vagrant is taken in custody by the offi cers of the law if you will notice In a short time some ward politician or some goodold pious law abiding cit izen will sneak around and act as bailiff for the man or woman who is a travestyon morals and a disgrace to the municipality in which he or she may reide Whats the use in enforcing the law if lawabiding citi zens persist in upholding crime MAKSHALL FIELD the great Chicago merchant died last week and left fl50000000 the largest part of which he leaves in trust for the chil dren of his son who recently died lie gives a married daughter 8000 000 and 8000000 to the City of Chicago and 100000 each to a nuro br of niecpawWttit wss ColuttJs after published in the papers about this man making him out one of the greatest men that ever lived Not one cent did he leavo peopleinands who are suffering today in his great city with hunger and for want of proper clothing to keep them warm We hive been told that Marshall Field was a hard taskmaster and paid smaller wages to his employees than any other Chicago merchant These things you do not see in print when one of these multimillionaires die Too much money you know Money is the God these days and if you possess the filthy lucre you will be praised to the very skies after you are goneBonrbon New- sCOLLEGE HILL Mr and Mis C F Wood of Ton kawa Oklahoma are visiting reJaI tives here Mr Hugh Lewis and Miss Leila Harris of Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs A IL LewisMiss Gertrude Ayres Grinstead ofI Berea is visiting her mother Mrs Anna Grlnstcad Mr and Mrs John Trioble and lit tie daughter of Red House are visit ing Mr and Mrs O M Tribble Rev I R House conducted quarterly meeting hero Saturdayand Sunday Mr and Mrs W H Warner who have been in Louisville for the past two months are back at Lock 11 for the remainder of the yearIMiss Reeves is visiting Miss Mattie HillMrHubert Grggs of Richmond spent Sunday with friends here Mr and Mrs Wm Asbcraft have returned from a visit to Winchester Mr and Mrs AmY Williams en tertained at flinch last Saturday even ing Jan 20 Those present were Mr and Mrs C L Scare Mr and Mrs B F Wilson Mr and Mrs Quiiin Covington Mr and Mrs Wm Uonny Misses Elizabeth Searcy Alma Lackey Kate Davis Lena TaylQrf Lizzie Leo Christopher Messrs Hogon Miller Richard Bonny M Miller n M Rowland Elmer Tate Eugene Miller Leslie Edwards and Is DrGG Edwards Rcfreofazlanta wri nrndt Lt u Bill For The Erection of a Monument at Boonesboro Ky And The Purchase Of Necessary Grounds Hon R W Miller of this city ban introduced the following bill which was ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Public Monuments and Historical Records AN ACT appropriating 2500 for the erection of a monument at Boone boro Ky and the pun base of the necessary ground on which to locate same and creating a commission to carry ont the work 1k it enacted by the General Assembly of the ComnwmveaUh of Kentucky J That there is hereby appropria ted out any money in the Treasury not ifotherwiseS25CO twenty five hundred dollars for the puipose of erecting at Boonesboro Ky a suitable memorial of the begin ning of civilization west of the Alle ghanies 2 That the Governor appoint a commission of fifteen 15 members whose duty it shall be to secure and provide for the erection of a suitable monument to mark this historic spot and prepare or have prepared the ne cessary and proper inscription oil same including the names of tile men of the first settlers in the old fort at that place and tile names o the men wba sat in the first legislative body which there assembled and such other mat ters of historic interest connected with the settlement there as the said commission may deem proper 3 The commission shall be known as the Boonesboro Memorial Commis sion and shall have power to contract and be contracted with The money hereby appropriated shall be drawn 041 drafts bv the commission signed by the President thereof or upon such draft or drafts not exceeding in the aggre irate the sum of 2 500 aforesaid being made to and upon him the Auditor of Public Accpunts shall draw his warrant- or warrants upon the Treasurer of tbe State in lavor of tbe President of the Commission in any sum or sums or money there drawn for not exceeding in the aggregate the sum of 2500 the amount herein appropriated 4 If necessary a part of the mon ev herein appropriated may be used hur the purchase of a site for the monument upon the land occupied by the old hut or adjacent thereto necesLsary monument as provided for in section 4 above the said commission shall re ceive the deed therefor conveying same to them andtheir successors in trust for the benefit of the Common wealth of Kentucky 96 All vacancies in the commission 1sball be filled by appointment by the Governor and the commissioners shall receive no compensation for their services 97 The said commission shall within sixty days alter the completion of the work herein provided for make an itemized statement showing each and every item of expenditure made by said commission under this act verified by the president of the commission which statement shall be filed with the Auditor of Public Accounts and made part of the records of his office 8 If any of said appropriation be not used then so much thereof as may be unexpended shall be returned to and covered into the State Treasury Stage Becomes Rival of Church The tremendous question of church and stage is about to be raised as it has nevtr been before in Richmond Gordon and Bennetts company will produce at the Grand Opera House February 7th a play dealing with the life of our Lord The play is called The Holy Cltyand is by Clarence Bennett a journalist It is in blank verseThe principal characters are Mary Magdalen Barannas described as a Jewish patriot Judas Iscariot Judas Pontius Pilate Caiaphas tbe High Priest Peter and John the disciples Lazarus and Zacharias Elizabeth mother of John the Baptist King Herodand his daughter the Primes T itu Twenty other Imaginary characters complete the cast There are four acts and a total dramatis personnae of forty people Brieflystated the story of the play is as follows Mary ot Magdala is beloved of Barannas and is also the favorite of Caiaphas Act One finds Barannas who is hunted by he Roman soldiers Maritis a Roman Captain Silenus a dissi pated Roman Judas Iscariot andr number of women all met in Mary t house for pleasure The subject is raisedof the wondrous Nazarene and His reported miracles Byaccident Mary knocks a vase into the street where the Lord and His followers are preaching and healing the sick En raged Simon Peter and a mob break into Marys house and Peter upbraids her for her evil life at the same telling her of the death of her brother Lazarus The net closes with the conversion of the Magdalen after a fierce struggle with the fascination of stronglightHis pitying gaze upon her and tho curtain1 falls upon her in prayer Act Two takes place in the courtyard of Marthas home Here within the house the Lord is visiting Mary poorlyclad and penitent returns to her home and Is struck with wonder ment to find Lazarus raiaed from the tomb She enters the house and anoints the head of Christ with precious ointment Returning her ex altation has reached such heights them she cures Zaehnrias of bliniiness by sayingthat the Lord has so com muuded her Hither comes Barannas who renews his frenzy of love He is enraged when Mary tells him that she will follow the Nazarene Barannas is taken by the Romans and the act closes with the betrayal of Christ Act Three deals with the judgment Pilate the denial of Peter and the release of Barannas and the order for the Crucifixion Act Four tells the story of theI Lords death the thunders and xrth quake and the tending of the veil of tbe Temple Judas goes mad and bangs The curtain falls on the grandest portraval of the inspiring spectacle a rpmpleto allegorical re byMichaelAngelo JoIsephtomb The various characters ol the piny pass and repass throughout the scene The Great Light shines the Roman soldiers Sail on their laces forebodinIoudfindspears and ennounces that the Cord isI 2asconverteiLVThe final curteia falls amid the trains of TlM BolyC1tlt sad be- uitA- e 1 t- hi111III l PERSONA Mrs E E McCann went to Frank fort Monday Miss Marian Burnam entertained at cards last Tuesday afternoon Mr T C Vaughn has gone to Hot Springs fun a stay of 15 days Mr Jell Stone has been visiting hi son Gilbert Lee Stone in Paris Mr and Mrs William Rice have removed id Cynthiana to reside Miss Matilda Triable has been vlsi ing Mrs C H Stoll in Lexington Miss Mary E Lear of Paint Lick has been visiting Miss Jennie Parks Miss Mollie Fife is at home from a visit to Mrs George Land In Lexington Mrs Lyle of Clark county has hen visiting Dr and Mrs T J Ta F lor Mr J E Tudor ot this county hs been visiting his brother in Lincoln Miss Van Greenleaf hits returned from a visit to Mrs E M Dickson in Paris Attorney Leonard West of Irvine was here last week en route to his home Mr and Mrs Clark Kellogg will leave soon for a trip to the West Indies Mrs Charles Staple has returned to Lexington from a visit to her sister Mrs Geo Simmons Mrs McGuire and Miss McGuire of Snelbyville have been the guests of Mrs Hugh McLellan Mrs G G Prewitt entertained the Book Club last Friday afternoon in a must delightful manner Miss Dovie Letcher of Richmond is visiting her sister Mrs William Montgomery Lexington Leader Miss Eva May Rupanl of Lexing ton is visitiig tier grandparents M and Mrs N Ii Wells neal this city Professor J D Clark of lcxlngton- was here seventl days last week the guest of Mr and Mrs It C II Cov ington Mrs J S C Bronaugh of Nicho lasville is in this city receiving med- Ical treatment Miss Aileeu Watts who recently visited her sister Mrs H M Blanton will leave soon f r a visit to friends Denver Colored 1Misses Katherine Shannon of Lex ington and Kutherine Glaney of Winchester hve been visiting Mrs Joseph Shafhauen rlaughterElathHam Cromwell iu Frankfut White there they assitel in a large recep tion given by thiir hostess Miss Minnie Dvkes is at home from a delightful mOhths visit to Orlando Florida While there she was the guest of Mrs Mai tie Bronston Davis sster to Mrs G G Prewitt of this city Mr H D B Iorbes left Monday for Teniiessee where htt hs accepts a position as General Manager and Civil Engineer for the American Cop joinhimMrs J M Pointz and daughter c f Richmond Ky have returned home as have Miss Bettie Owings and Miss Mary Gatewoud to Mr Sterling after a TurnyBourbon Rev Hugh McLellan was in Lexington last week to attend tre celebration of the 147th birth anniversary of Robert Burns by tho Caledonian Society Quite a number of toasts sangJohnRev C K Marshall and family have moved to this city to reside an are comfortably domiciled in the Dr Bales property Rev Marshall who is the father of Mrs J So lins was Christia1ChurchHe will havecharge of the Mt Pleasant Church near town He and his familyare warmlywlcomed Miss Florence Dillingham Chenault of Richmond came Saturlay for a visit rf ten days to Mrs Harrison Simrali after which she will go to New York City to spend some time visiting friends Mr iNewton Combs arrives today after a trip to the West Inde Mrs Combs and son who have been spending part of he time of his absence in Richmon Ky came home SalUrdayLexingtQn Leader engravedinvitations friends here Mr and Mrs John II McCov invite you to be present at the marriage o their daughter Lillian Robinson to Frederick L Jriastead on the evening of Wednesday the seventh of February nineteen hundredanil sx at seven oclock 72 West Sixth Street Portsmouth Ohio The marriage of Miss Ollie Pigg 0 this city to Mr James Ferguson o Paris was celebrated quietly this morning at 11 oclock In Cincinnati The news is an interesting surprise to friends as the couple chose to be married thus quietlv going to Cin bysThe bride is one of Lexingtons pret beingqqilement of playing the cornet She is Are You Tired Nervous and Sleepless usuallyblootltheyGolden Medical Discovery make pure aroproperlymachluIcry aretonedmentalworkcrease In vitality and health are insEt a medIclneslargelycomposed redbloodgreatly injures the system Ono may feel beingyetMedicalDiscoverybottle of bears upon its wrapper The Itsseveraloffer you something ho claims Is Just as fEveryDIOOoeryhasmeat of the leading medical aii ioritles Nootherlike purposes has any such endoi meat notonlySealroottCOlistlpatlon theGolden netlonroot Black Cherry bark BloodriHt Man triplerofinooTho Common Sense Medical viscrns sent free In paper covers on receipt of1 oneoint stamps to pay the cost of mail only 81 stamps the clothbound VFlcrceDr Pces 1l sI1t Pellet ere qs ilpS4iWt Wit7ItlIU id bs4rtais tz lllll db L the sistor of Mrs John Lancaster Mr Ferguson la the well known horseman and belongs to a prominent and wealthy Bourbon County family the brother of Mrs Joseph Hall Mrs Ussery and Mrs Thompson cf Paris After the ceremony the bridal couple left for a trip to Chicago and St Louis and returning will reside for a while in Lexington Many friends- s join in good wishes for their happi ness and prosperity Lexington LeaderMrs Ferguson is a daughter of the late Henry Plgg and formerly lived here She has many friends who wish her much happiness One of the prettiest parties of the season was on last Tuesday afternoon Liwhenwith a progressive flinch party The Japanese effect was carried out in the decorations lighting tally cards an lunch which was served on beautiful Japanese plates Besides the electric bulbs many Japanese lanterns were suspended between the folding doors and ti jy lanterns were pinned on the curtains Little Miss Jeanette Pates the young daughter of the house was gowned as a lap maiden end dls tritiuted the tally cents and therwie assisted in entertaining Eight tables were used in the exciting games at the cl se of which a delicious lunch of salad sandwiches beaten biscuit Saratoga chips pickles and coffee was served Mrs Pates was assisted in entertaining and marking the proeres sioos by Miss Susan Deatherage The partywas beautiful and enjoyable in evey detail and many thanks were showered upon the hostess for so pleasant an afternoou Those who partook of the hospitality were Mesdames II H Brock Henry Pickets W D Oldham Z T Rice Dan H Harbor Elmer Deatherage A D Miller G G Prewitt Hugh McLellanI Geo Simmons J W Jasper C E Smoot T H Thorpe R E Tarley G B Turley Sr R C Stockton G E Lilly Grant Norrio D H Myers Walter Azbill N B Dxatherage Louis Schlegel Clark Misses Julia Higgins Margaret Miller Sallie and Joe Wagers Mayme Pickels Mabel Letton Bessie Turley t Miss McGnire of Sbelbyville A Legislator for More Than Halt a Century The Louisville Herald of Sunday contained a splendid likeness of our esteemed townsman Hon Curtis F Burnam with the following complimentary and deserved notice InSenator C F Burnam oi Madison county has enjoyed a distinguished public career havingbeen temporarily a member of President Grants Cabinet Off and on he hasbeenamembnr of one branch or other of the Legislature since 1851 He was born May 24 1820 and was giadnated from Yale with the Highest honors of his class in 1810 delivering the valedictory address Prior to 1851 when he first entereed the lower house of time General Assembly he had held county offices such as Cointy Commie tloner of County Schools and Commonwealths Attorney In 1852 lie Jias- Ii member of the electoral college of Kentucky and cast his vote for Gen Winfield cott for President He retired from the Legislature and entered upon tIe practice of law at which he was eminently euccfsslul but at the urgent solicitation of Joshua F Bell who was the Whig candidate for Gov ernor he made the race for State Senator in 1851 and served until 1803 when he again retired of his own volition In 1875 he was invited by President Grant to bacoine Assistant Secretary of the Treasury and in that capitity attended Prpsident Grants Cabinet meetings He was a mejnber of the Constitutional Convention in 1890 and 1891 and in the Convention served as Chairman of the Committee the Et ecuuve Branch theGovernment He has served almost continuously since that time us State Senator Madison county has the distinction oitbeiiigtl best represented county in the State in the Legislature lbjrB- urnltm being her Senator and R W Miller a Democrat her Representative Major Burnam has been a life long Re publican Und r President Hays ad mlnistiatioii a commission was mad out for hits to Micre d Bland Ballard as Federal Judge for Kentucky Be fore the commission was sent to himI however John M Hnrlan who is now a Justice of lie Supreme Court indue ed the President to change his mind andappoint Jude Hays Judge Hay died uliortly after entering upon the duties t his flice aud Judge John W Bat was appointed receiving the sup port of Maj T Burnam Major Burnam was ill tie State Sen ate in 1859 and was requested to intro duce a bill to appropriate 10000 to erect the monument to Henry Clay Citizens from all parts of the country hadcontributed nearly enough to erect the monument and the Legislature was asked to raise the small balance ol 10000 Henry Duncan father of for mer mayor H D Duncan ol Lexington was President of the Clay Monument Association aud requested Major Bur declinedjtlug some prominent Democrat introduce it Col William Johnson of Scott county finally introduced it Major Jiurnam several days ago related the circnm stance Every Senator voted for the bill and when it transmitted to theI louse every number except three voted for it They asked to have their votes changed to make it unanimous hot the House declined to extend thIhonor to them Major Burnam has heard Henry Jlay speak on the floor of the United States Senate in the c tirt room and on the hustings He was an intimate fried of the Great Commoner and attended hi funeral Major BuniDina soils alone would have made him famous one of them being A H Biirunm former Chief Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals lliree sons have beeh in tIre legislature and other FOUR are prowl neit citizens of Madison county although eightvflvB t ears of age all hib iiie he lie chewed and smoked tobacco WACOtMr James Wagers of Richmond spent several daya last week with homo folks Mr U Lee Davis and son Thomas of Lexington are tbaguesw of his- ather T C Davis Miss Margaret Itupanl will leave Saturday for a three woeksstayat LexingtonIMr Andrew Brpaddw8ofMoferly gavfithe young folks a nico koptFrl thy night A largo crowd from here attended Rev Coleman has been called for of this year to 1teachat Flat Woods Mr and Mrs Joe Wagers enter talncd the Waco Flinch Club Saturday ight An elegant lunch was served MrsWD Bonny arndT C Davis are on tbe sick list this Week Misslucy4aiaistirc y lM1f1t F iajW A ftV OBBS AND ETOS Over at Hartford City Indiana last week a young woman who was fined 10 for contempt of court for refusing to appear as a witness greatly shocked the Court by her ceol reply and man ner of procedure Excuse me a min itpiledthe floe She gracefully raised lie skirts and took a large toll of crisp bills from her stocking and counted out five two dollar bills and handed them 0 thq clerk then she put the remainder back in her stocking and took a seat with as much unconcern as though nothing had happened v Last week In St Louis a woma who was suing for damages sustained by falling in a cellar pulled down her stocking and displayed a large sriir Just below the knee as extenuating evidence of her claims The jury largely composed of bachelors took a keen interest In the proceedings The scar evidently had the desired effect Attorney General Hadley of MIs- souri who U making the Standard Oil Company squirm is only thirty two years old Hadley WHO County Attor fey in Kansas City when Jos W Folk was Prosecutor at St Louis They worked together when Folk made war on the bribers and boodlers When Folk ran for Governor on the Democratic ticket Hadley was the Republi can candidate for Attorney General Both men were elected Both are knowi fighters and have set to work to bring the Standard Oil Company to the bar of justice for alleged violations of the antitrust laws The philosophy of Marshall Field the merchant prince oi Chicago who re cently died in New York was Never give a note never borrow never bu stocks on margin never place a mor gage concentrate on your work 5 On January 25 Captain William Van Schaick who was in char of the ill fated steamboat Slocum when she burned in East River rior- f e than A year ago entailing a loss more than 1 000 lives was found guilty of gross neglect of duty in the United States Court and sentenced toserve ten years at hard labor in Sing Slag prison Rev Gee Ware rector of a church at Lead S D and President of the Ubi Cattle Company of Nebraska was found guilty Friday on a charge of con spiracy to defraud the United States Government of 90 000 acres of land in Hooker county Neb Justice J M Tirney of the Municipal Court of the Bronx New YorK has Banished the Bible In Court pro ceedings In speaking of his action he said Its use is a desecration So many lying words came from the mouths of witnessed that the use oi the holy book is a travesty a mockery It is shocking to see men swear on the Word of God to tell the truth and then deliberately lie I now affirm at wit nessthat is all 0 It is said that Attorney General Ellis of Ohio in seeking latest points and will probably bring an ouster suit against the Standard Oil Company Mr Ellis is reported as saying Jt is not impossible that I may bring action to oust the Standard Uil Company I have beei thinking about it and shall think a great deal more about it It is not necessary that complaint be tiled with me against the Company lean do it upou my ownInitiative Guilty Mao Caught at Last The following notice from Monday evenings Louisville Times will be in teresiiup here since the swindler urea lioned is the same who tried to sell 11200 worth nf dry goods to Mr W D Oldham of this city However Mr Oldhame quick wit and keen perception caused him to suspect the stranger and at his first chance called up the Hibbins Company to find his suspi cions correct The delivery of the goods was stopped and Wheeler disappeared no more being heard from him until Monday when Mr Oldham was sum monet to Louisvillfl to Ldonfify the suspect He called up the Climax by telephone Monday night and rlntedI news connected with Whene wiich tallies with the Times account Mr Oldham stated that he recognized the man as the same fellow who visited his store the moment he saw him rice Robinson was arrested this morning by Detectives Armstrong and Harding charged with being a fugitive from justice and grand larceny on war rants sworn out by Thomas W AllenI President of the John H Goods Co and Charles Stix of the shoe firm of Marx Stix of Cincinnati He is alleged to have obtained 5K worth of goods trom the two above iiuied firms by representing himself as a wealthy merchant named Wheeler i Virginia and then attempting to dis pose of the goods at Richm md KyfRobinson was recognized j two men in the Jefferson Circuit Court this morning where he was presented on time charge of embezzling from the John C Lewis company where he wast employed as a clerk He was out on a 3oO bond on the charge According to the arresting officers he is also nut on a 10000 bond on a charge of murder atTazwell Tenn t TIlE WHITE RIVER COUN1RYa TV N w Eldorado New Open to The fublic The long expected much talked of opening of the White River Country between Carthage Mo and Newport Ark is now an accomplished fact through train in each direction on the new White RUer Dine having h1 n inaugurated on January 21st In connection with the Tide atErI Line along the Mississippi River o the Gulf this marks the completion of new route between the Northwest and he Southeast of great and giowing importance The commercal invasion by thq railway of mountain fastnesses in the W ite River Country In Missouri and ai kan- sas and of the lowland river din rot t Southeastern Arkansas and L uiIsneIhas not appeared feasible present dayaVith r through line a variety of Jiii clicape and social conditions of the 1J1IJt diverse character is tnronghtto view Tire products of the mine coal zinc Illead manganese onyx and building stones inexhaastiblu quarries of fine marble of almost every known variety the forest oak plus walnut ashrcypress and cedar lumber II the valleys cotton and the vrlonntemperate zone graine sad pr fm8 and the orchards oftbe uplands peaches apples pears tarries aiid the fruit of the vise with the port of theochase and of Mtglirg IB Ink nui- dtreamareoWowed LeH tt m r an iia uy Jt lK aliilfIrteu1 I leils IIt IJi W NEWSPAPERMEN From Eighth District Meet Here Next Week Splendid Pro gram Arranged The newspaper men of the Eighth Congressional D strict will meet in this city next Friday eb 2nd and hold a business aud social session that aftHrnooi and evening Tire following circular have been sent out to euch j ur nalist member of the league Ret ting forth the following iutTtjst tug program InDeleglltes from the west Tessa mine Mercer Boyle Anderson Spencer and Shelby should come VIII Louisville Atlf utic on trans uortatiou already stunt each editor arriving at 11 15n m Carri ages ii waiting to convey viRitors about the city weather permitting nufcil noon hour Dinner at Hotel Glyiidon Rooms and bord provided free by local press 180 pm Elk Club Rooms address of welcome on behalf ol city ot Richmond by Mayor C E Woods welcome ou behalf of Local Prose bv T H Pickets Editor Ky Register Response by loin Lew B Brown Har rodsburg Democrat President of the 8th District Publishers League BUSINESS bESSIOX Rending Minutes and report of League Secretary A D Miller regarding progress made with type founders ink factories etc Papers aud short talks by de legates Supper at Hotel Glyndon SOCIAL SESSION atte Toastmaster Hon R W Miller member Ky Legislature PROGRAMIDThe following circulars have been sent to the journalists The local Comtnitte on programfor the third quartTly convention of the Eighth D strict Publishers League to be held fit Richmond Ky Friday Fel 2 1UOG bgs to announce that you are down for u short paper or talk on any topic you inny select Please notify me promptly of your acceptance with subject so thut I may issue programs fur the husmeas session Iwish to an nounce also the tentative program Toast Hon Lew B Brown Editor Harrodsburg Democrat Toa t W C Barrikman Ed itor Spencnr Courier Toast Rev Hugh McLellan Toast Hon Harry McCnrty member Legislature hud Editor Jessamine Journal Toact Rev Dr J Addison Smith Toast lIon J A Sullivan Richmond Toast T H Pickels Editor Ky Register Address by our special guest of Honor Hon A Y Ford ex managingEditor Courier Journal and President Kv board Com missiouerd to St Louis exposition uhjct Newspaper Politicians and Machines GlytidoitSaturday Morning for Weot nt 6 oclock j for the South at 960 am Upon rHceipt of the foresiiing ob lige undersigned bv sending your acceptance und subject so as tn enable me to announce the final program s A D Miller Secy Little Love Stories Mr Alexander Todd Jr and Miss Anna Adams both or Kingston were united in marriage last Thn sdav at the brides home Mr T Adams the ceremony being perfinmed by Rev W L Green A large crowd was present who had the pleasure of partaking of a wholesome supper after the ceremony TI p bride and groom have tlio cum muuitya best wishes CONWAT MK EDITOK As so many of your subscribers have moved into this rising and thriving little village I know it will be interesting to many of jour patrons to know a few of the happen ings hereabouts Squire J H Sigman and family have moved to the farm recently purchased by him on Scaffold Cain Mr J W Rupert and family re centlywith E V Elder your city has moved into the residence formerly occupied by Squire Sigman 1Cralnor Smith Lumber Co have ust about completed their spoke factory at this point and have sufficient timber in the yard to cut fifty thousand spokes Mr Harvey Chenault Superintend at of the Round Stone Lund Compa ny is in Florida for the rest of the winter Letters from him say he is catching fish and improving in health holdingheof his uncle Conway Lithia water is continuing to restore to health all who come here J H Nave ot Nicholasville has re turned to his home feeling ns spry as- a twoyearold after drinking from this fountain of health three weeks AV L Simmons returned to Rich mInd a few days since after trying the water only a short time Before leaving he said to your correspondent that he believed it to be long looked for fountain of youth Conway barely escaped a disaster a few nights since that would have re tarded the growth of this little city yearsAbouterei on the corner of North and Main Street in the residence of J T Todd he tire alarm was at once turned in JIpertIpersolUlovertbein tbe city limits wereonhandprompt- A more or gallant fight against devastating ilnmtg was never performed and both residence and contents were savid and the era of the home fell upon their joyhewill be looked upon as pro servers of and heroes IB Conway from now on recentlyUaytonOkkr tions to out little city Mr Smith is expert wttikiBlei ad will have egofth4 o1iu 4ti ihiIe fee i7o w We take pleasure in announcing to our trade our advance styles in all the latest crea tions in Band Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etc for Waists and Dresses Also all staple goods such as Ging hams etc Postal us for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attention Yours respectfully w OWEN McKEE RICHMOND KY Groceries Queensware Glassware Salt Lime Cement Oats Seeds Covington Arnold Bro Main Street b P9P- sRICHMOND pe1a Greenhouses TELEPHONE 188 RICHMOND KENTUCY Cut Flowers Plants Decorations 9in3peeial attention given to Funeral Design sjg3 uIuIsIIIIIIIr 412 Wilk Baxter 412 HighClass Wall Papers for 1906 FORE WORD THE POPULAR DEMAND for individuality in home decorations hits prompted us to illustrate the most modern and uptodate styles in period decorating for the guidance of our patrons who would otherwise be unable to keep in touch with the new treatments vogue in New York and Chicago There is scarcely a home nowadays where some of the ideas illustrated cannot be used to advantage in at least one or two rooms in connection with the more conventional stylftsij regular matched combinations of side wall ceiling and border thereby insuring a variety of decorations which will not become monoton OIlS My samples contain such a large variety of matched combinations and patterns suitable for special purposes that the customer will never be afc a loss for combinations suitable for any purpose Border and paper always same price W P Baxter Ulcer of the Stomach INSIDIOUS NATURE Ot THE DISEASEHOW TO RECOtiNlZE AND LUKE IT Ulcer of the stomach may exist for years without very marked symptoms excepting those caused by indigestion It is duo to an inflammation which af fects the membrane of the stomach so that it is eaten away by the gastric uices Iu good health the stomach resists the action of the gastric juices but when weakened the membrane Is badlydjounshedandthe digestive Huidd act upon it as well as upon the food keeping up until perforation of the stomach occurs In advanced cases of ulcer of the stomach there is much dis comfort after eating with a constant gnawing sensation between meals pain from tire pit of the stomach back to tire shoulder blade At the first symptoms of indigestion treatment should at once lie started with MIona This la a scientific rem edy adapted specifically to one pus pose the cure of stomach troubles It is no uniformly successful that B L Mjdilteton gives a signed guarantee with every 50 cent box that tIne money will be refunded if it does i ot cure Mia na is nct a patent or secret rem edy lint l a combination of the purest and most reliable of remedies for strengthening the digestive organs and building up the whole syntem Use it for a few days and there is no reason why you should not be able to at any food you like at any lima without die tress JEADO Mr Hiram Taylor was at Corbin last week OB business Miss Lucy Thrpe spent several day 3 last week the guest ul Mrs C B Hainlltanin RiehmoBt- Mr Mildred Corneliaoa has returned from Illinois where ke spent several months Miss Margaret Rapard has for her guest this week MUM Lizzie tfcrry of Jain City M t W Ill tiM lb now new fashioned quilting Thursday A good crowd was present including all of hot near neighbors An elegant din net was served Mrs Perk Tyler celebrated her sixtysixth birthday last week by giving an elegant dinner Several of Kf old friends werej present and all wept away wishing Mrs Tyler many more birthdaysThe Williams of College Hill entertained the Waco Flinch Club Saturday night An elegant lunch was servd and all present will long remember time nice time they spent at this lovely home UlUe Wanted We have on hand about 200 shocks of fodder and want 50 or lOt cattle lo feed Potts Duereon- ITjantt Whites Station Ky r IState Bank Trust C- oI Capital and- Surplus I 16500000 Does general I bsetIReal Estate paper nyr4 I Give us your I I- J RETurkj I VahIe- rII 111 i p Look Us Up 0WHEN YOU WANT N Rough and Dressed Lumber TDoors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths ED BLANTON 8t CO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 I The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED VERY WEDNESDAY B- TThQ Climax Printing CO Incorporated AD MILLEREdltor Manager Member Ky Press Association and RRICE 100 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE 7 JtateTftr Political An ceBeits For Precinct and CIty Offlcet 5 IFor Oonnty Offic 10 00 For Stt and District Offices 15 00 For alls yer tne I0 Eor Cards per Hue 10 Pjli pnhllcntlons the interest of In 4Ijd1vIdual4 or expression of Individ ual views per lIne 10 1 Invariably Cash with order zI WEDNESDAY JAN 31 1906 GESEUAL JOSKPU WireELEit veteran of two wars after braving bayonetsd and bullets died last week in ewb York of pneumonia He was 69 years old VHONo an antilobbylng bill which provides of for Docket of to be ckeptof expenses to be tiled rIlE Kentucky Press Association has been invited by State College to hold its next annual meeting in Lexington as guests of the college No definite arrangements have been made IT is stated on pretty good author ity that Americans used more sugar the previous year than anyother nation The same authoritymight also have stated that they paidC higher price for it too than any other nationfoBOSTON claims to be the largest lobster market in th j world We disagree with the Bostonian making stthi our National Capitol Washington jlyjisthe largest lobster market in howorLd- b AVBILI has boen introduced by Rep gU fiJHarry McCarty which ifli ofiereat advantage to jcUlre owiers of l i n tiwaterin ro pl gauunil LII coptbeeshwblSiG9aand invokes the aid of the law of equity and justice is an anar chat what term shan we apply to Henry H Rogers second in power of ththespurns the law of God gives the lie to his business methods and shows a disposition to laugh stfib courts The English language is silent It does notcshtaln a suitable word or rojietnas r is applicable in his caseml CiiAUNCEir M DEPKW U S Sena tOt from New York is asking Why should I reign If we had a first lIe class stenographer and a years time 00 Ho answerthe question we might be enabled to answer in detail the many reasons why be should resign Deptw- hasbeen closely connected with many the forms of licentiousness during the tim past thirty years and his query is hard to answer in brief He ought to resign at least out of respect to his friends It is unjust to persist in having the friendship of ones friends hampered by the stigma of disgrace of TnEtJoebel memorial celebration inWI Frankfort has been changed by the Fi committee from January 30 to Febru paid tharyLouisville has been asked to make the whaddresscepted The program provides for adit joint memorial service in the hail of the H usli In the morning The Sen you ate will meet with the members of thebe lower body and several addresses ire and eulogies will be delivered In the afternoon the General Assembly will proceed to the cemetery where relig ious services will be conducted At ka night at the opera house Col Young will deliver his address IT is said there is always two sides to ey But tan Leayonly one side ot the case Just now Tnany Republican papers are aklng Lle great pride in disclosing the fact that during 1905 Andvew Carnegie gave away 14000000 while John D tIe Rockefeller gave away 411000000 ing Will these newspapers print the other side and take as much pride in pubteJ llshing and give as much space in explanation as to where they got these enorm JUS sums Surely it wouldha maki just as interesting tw would a thtoteDafpess Cannot Be Cured Illl by lo al applications as they cannot Iptiureand that fu by eoibtiiutiniHi remedies reditioiitnchuu Tube When this tube is in telhulferfectirtIY j8nd unless the inflammation can be Ir takmi out and this tube restored to its Irscondition hearing will be de KtroWl forfvtfr nine cases out of tiii jtratauscd by CatarrlJ which its uoth intt hut an inflamed condition of the imiicous surfaces yawinglVe Owl Hundred Dollars i forVtpV case Deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot bft cured hv f Catarrh Cure Sl1ndfor circulars reeMi + F J CHENEY CO Toledo p En Sold by Drugts The Jr Take HaI1 Ftsmlly PiUs for conbti- ve Mio ii s I WeakLung- sBronchitis For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis con sumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors approve Then trust this the next time you have a hard cough The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years I made YJcA7M Co Lon M- WIl io rnsnufaotur r or SAKSAPAKILLA PILLSCVIGOR We have no secrets Wo publish the formulas of all our medicines Ayers Pills keep the bowels regular 1lvegetabio and gently VIKGIL H PARKS a Kentuckian employed as a laborer in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing at Washington has preferred charges of unjust discrimination against the chief of the ureau Capt W M Meredith Quit citizens at large should feel ery proud of the efforts on the part f the Commercial Club to secure one the Stato Normal Schools for thi- scitybesdes other forms of industry nd growth It would be hard to find a city more suitably adopted for sueh a school than Richmond We are not only centrally located but the build ings grounds etc are here ready Our whole community should feel deeply interested in such a movement and what it means to our town Think of the large numberof students that will be here the year round which fact alone means increase In more than one line of business The- ommercial Club should be backed most heartily and all pull together r the purpose of securing such an institution for Richmond ONE of the best laws we have on the atute books is the vagrancy law But like all other good laws it is sadly mistreated About every town and city there is quite a large num en of men and women who toil not neither do they spin yet they must ve They have no vieible means of support and the question naturally arises How do exist The law makes ample provision for these peo o But the troubleis the abuse oJ the law WuPVP1 gruut iri i wt arbt1ioffi ns of the law if you will notice in a ort time some ward politician or some good old pious law abidingcit izen will sneak around and act as bailiff for the man or woman who is a travesty on morals and a disgrace to e municipality in wlcbhtr she may reaide Whats the use in en forcing the law if lawabiding citizens persist in upholding crime MAKSUAU FIELD the great Chicago died last week and left 150000000 the largest part of which he leaves in trust for the children of his son who recently died gives a married daughter 8000 0 and 8000000 to the Cityof Chicago and 100000 each to a num rr of nieces and nephews Column ifter column has been published in papers about this man making out one of the greatest men that var lived Not one cent did he leav peopleinands who are suffering today in his reat city with hunger and for want proper clothing to keep them warm hive been told that Marshall eld was a hard taskmaster and smaller wages to his employees an any other Chicago merchant eso things you do not see in print en one of these multimillionaires Too much money you know Money is the God these days and if possess the filthy lucre you will praised to the very skies after you gone Bonrbon New- sCOLLEGEHILL Mr and Mrs C F Wood of Ton wa Oklahoma are visiting rela lives here Mr Hugh Lewis and Miss Leila Harris of Richmond spent Saturday d Sunday with Mr and Mrs A K wis Miss Gertrude Ayres Grinsteadof rca is visiting her mother Mrs Lnna Grinstead Mr and Mrs John Triable and lit daughter of Red House are visit Mr and Mrs O M Tribble Rev I R House conducted quar v meeting here Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs W H Warner who ve been in Louisville for the past o months are back at Lock 11 fore remainder of the year Miss Reeves is visiting Miss Mattie Mr Hubert Grggs of Richmond ent Sunday with friends here Mr and Mrs Wm Ashcraft have turned from a visit to Winchester Mr and Mrs A W Williams en tatned at flinch last Saturday even Jan 20 Those present were and Mrs C L Searcy Mr and B F Wilson Mr and Mrs ulun Covington Mr and Mrs Wm tonnyMisses Elizabeth Searcy Alma ackey Kate Davis Lena Taylor zzie Lee Christopher Messrs logon Miller Richard Bonny M iler R M Rowland Elmor Tateigene Miller Leslie Edwards ant G G Edwards Refreshment rarvedt rj II Bill For The Erection ofa Monument at Boonesboro Ky And The Purchase Of Necessary Grounds Hon R W Miller of this city has introduced the following bill which was ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Public Monuments and Historical Records AN ACT appropriating S2500 for the erection of a monument at Boone born Ky and the pun base of the necessary ground on which to locate same and creating a commission to carry out the work Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky approprinItedotherwise appropriated the sum of 2500 twenty five hundred dollars for the puiposa of erecting at Boonesboro Ky a suitable memorial of the begin ning of civilization west of the Alle gbanies 2 That the Governor appoint a commission of fifteen 15 members whose duty it shall be tp secure and provide for the erection of a suitable monument to mark this historic spot andj prepare or have prepared the ceesary and proper inscription on neI including the names of the men of first settlers in the old fort at that place and the names o the men who gat in the first legislative body which there assembled and such other mat tore of historic interest connected the settlement there as the said com mission may deem proper 9 3 The commission shall be as the Boonesboro Memorial Commis slon and shall have power to contract and be contracted with The money hereby appropriated shall be drawn oi drafts bv the commission signed by th President thereof or upon such or drafts not exceeding in the gate the sum of 2500 aforesaid made to and upon him the Auditor o Public Accounts shall draw his warrant- or warrants upon the Treasurer of the State in iavor of the President of tb Commission in any sum or sums o money there drawn for not exceeding in the aggregate the sum of 2500 the amount herein appropriated 9 i If necessary a part of the mon ey herein appropriated may be used for the purchase of a site for the monument upon the land occupied by theold hut or adjacent thereto 9 5 In the event it should be neces sary to purchase land for the monument as provided for in section 4 above the said commission shall receive the deed therefor conveying same to them and their successors in trust for the benefir of the Common wealth of Kentucky 96 All vacancies in the commission shall be filled by appointment by the Governor and the commissioners shall receive no compensation lor their se vices j7 The said commission shall within sixty days after the completion of the work herein provided for make an itemized statement showing each arid every item of expenditure made by said commission under this act verified by the president of the commission which statement shall be filed with the Auditor of Public Accounts and made a par ofHieTrecoMiuDf hjs offi e 9 8 If any of said apprbprjatlon then so much tbereoas may beunexpended shall be returjtimre- red Into haSiac2raiir4- Shige Becomes Rival of Church The tremendous question ofchurch and stage Is about to be raised AS it has never beee Beldro In Richmond Gordoa and Bennetts company will produce al the Grand Opera House February 7th a play dealing with the life of our Lord The play Is called The Holy CityaOlI is by Clarence Bennett a journalist It is in blank verseThe principal characters are Mary Magdalen Barannas described as a Jewish patriot Judas Iscariot Judas Pontius Pilate Caiaphas the High Priest Peter and John the disciples Lazarus and Zacharias Elizabeth mother of John the Baptist King Herod and his daughter the Princess Salome and twenty other imaginary characters complete th3 cast There are four acts and a total dramatis personnae of forty people Briefly stated the story of the play is as follows Mary of Magdala is beloved of Barannas and is also the favorite of Calaphas Act One finds Barannas who is hunted by the Roman soldiers Marius a Roman Captain Sllenus a dissi pated Roman Judas Iscariot and a number of women all met in MaryV house for pleasnrt The subject is raised of the wondrous Nazarene and His reported miracles Byaccident Mary knocks ii vase into the street where the Lord and His followers are preaching and healing the sick En raged Simon Peter anti a mob break into Marvs house and Peter upbraids her for her evil life at the same time telling her of the death of her brother Lazarus The act closes with the conversion of the Magdalen after aIfierce struggle with the fascination of her old life She looks outa strong light Indicates that Christ has turned Bis pitying gaze upon her and the curtain taIls upon her in prayer- Act Two takes in the court of Marthas homes Here within the housothILord is visiting Mary poorly clad and penitent returns toner home and is struck wonder ment to find Lazarus ralaed from the tomb She enters the house and anoints the head of Christ with precious ointment Returning her ex altation aas reached such heights thUG tmo cures Zacbarlas of blinuness by saying that the Lord has so comI m bded her Hither comes Barannas who renews his frenzy of love He is enragedwhen Mary tells him that sheI will follow the Nazarene Barannas is taken by the Romans and the actIcloses with the betrayal of Christ Act Three dears with the judgment of Pilate the denial of Peter and theI release of Barannas and the order for the Crucifixion Act Fur tells the story of theI Lords death the thunders and earth quake Slid the rending of the veil of the Judas goes mad and himself The curtain falls on the granbest portrayal of the inspiring speotaoleaa omplete allegorical re byMichaelAct Five shows the Garden of Joseph of Arimathea and tne sacred tomb The various characters of the piny pass and repass throughout the scene The Great Light shineatholRoman soldiers fall on Caiaphas comes in foreboding and linda the tomb empty an angelap pears and announces that Lord is risen Mary comes and tells how she seen Christ again and Barannas s l convertedThe curtain falls amid the strains of The Holy CitylUHdnbe AMiijiojf of Cr1si a4 the apui I 1 i I PERSONALS Mrs E E McCann went to Frank fort Monday Miss Marian Burnam entertained at cards last Tuesday afternoon Mr T C Vaughn has gone to Hot Springs for a stayof 15 days Mr Jeff Stone has been visiting his son Gilbert Lee Stone in Paris Mr and Mrs William Rice have removed to Cynthiana to reside Miss Matilda Tribble has been visit- Ing Mrs C H Stoll In Lexington Miss Mary K Lear of Paint Lick has been visiting Miss Jennie Parks IMiss Mollie Fife is at home from a visit to Mrs George Land In Lexington Mrs Lyle of Clark county has been visiting Dr and Mrs r J Taylor Mr J E Tudor ot this county hs been visiting his brother in Lie coIn Miss Van Greenleaf has returned from a visit to i i E M Dickson In Paris S Attorney Leonard West of Irvine was here last week en route to his home Mr and Mrs Clark Kellogg will leave soon for a trip to the West Indies Mrs Charles Staple has returned to Lexington from a visit to her sister Mrs Gco Simmons Mrs McGuire and Miss McGuire of Shelbyville have been the guests of Mrs Hugh McLellan 1Mrs G G Prewitt entertained the Book Club last Friday afternoon Inmost a delightful manner 1Miss Done Letcher of Richmond Is visiting bur sister MM William Montgomery Lexington Leader Miss Eva May Ruparl of Lexing 1ton is visltiijj her grandparents Mr citytlexingtonIwas hero CovfMrs J S C Brpnaugh of Nicho lasville is in thid city receivingmed fleal treatment Miss Allcen Watts tvho recently visited her ulster Mrs H M haute will leave soon f ir a visit to friends in Denver Coloradu Misses Katherine Shannon of Lexington and Kntherlno Glaney of Winchester hnve been visiting Mrs Joseph Shafhaiieun daughterElathliam Cromwell In Frankfut White there they assiilo1 in a large recep tion given by their hostess Miss Minnie lvkos Is at home from a delightful moibs visit to Orlando Florida While there she was the guest of Mrs Maitlo Bronston Davis aster to Mrs U G Prewitt of this cityMr H D B Vorbcs left Monday for Tennessee where hu bus accepted a position as General Manager and Civil Engineer for the American Cop joinhimMrs J M Pohtz and daughter of Richmond Ky have returned home as have Miss Buttle Owiugs and Miss Mary Gatewood to Mr Sterling after a lurneyBourbon Rev Hugh IVIcLellan was la Lox celeIu ODborLRurnL hv tho V1 a uumuor of toasts stingJohnRev G K Marshall and family 1havo moved tothiacjUy to and TO COmIuioyutuioikt1 in the Dr property Rev Marshall who is the father of Mrs J S t o lIns WHS formerly pastor of the Christian Chur6h hero and in much beloved He will have charge of the Mt Pleas ant Church near town Hu and his familyare warmly Welcomed Miss Florence DiIIin bam Ghenault of Richmond came SatuMay for a visit cf ten days to Mrs Harrison Simrall after which she will go to New York City to spend some time visiting friends Mr Newton Combs arrives today after a trip to the West Indie Mrs Combs and son who have been spending part of he time of his absence in Rlchmon Satu1lIayLoxlngtouLeader engravedinvitations friends hereSMr and Mrs John H McCoy invite you to be present at the daughterLillian to Frederick L Grinstead on the evening of Wednesday the seventh of February nineteen hundred and six at seven oclock 72 West SixthStreet- Portsmoutb Chio The marriage of Miss Ohio Plgg of olParisCincinnatiThefriends as the couple chose to be married thus quietly going to Cln bytheThe bride Is one of Islingtons pret beingquitement of playing the cornet She is Are You Tired Nervous and Sleepless arcually arc ff not fed on properly nourishing blood lierccsGoldenaropropcry machinery arotonedmentalworklastlnoTheIcines which have a large booming sale largelycomposedsolution This alcohol shrinks up tho red rungreatlyexhilarated and better for theyet In the end weakened and with vltalltiI MedicalDiscovery TIleBadgetoOfferyousometliinghe IntelligenceEvery the Golden Medical DLvery ndorsement Nootherlike purposes has any such endulnment notonlyobtained from the ue of Golden Seal boweltroubles andbowelGolden Seal root used in its compound eg Is greatly enhanced In its ac Stonerootdrake root and chemically pure triple refined glycerine AllserIsaugVPierceDr PIerces Pleasant Pellets reea K1iJ s44e4a1 + j L f J 1 fl 1JirE iii u i i Nl ka w Ilj bhorsemanand wealthy Borbon County family the brother of Mrs jJokph Hall Mrs Ussery and Mrs of Paris After the ceromoav 1Ji bridal couple left for a trip tohqilc go and St Louis and retnraiiii ti11reside foja while In Lexlngtoa Many friends in good wlskg f r their hapi rt poen1LyLeXiflgtLeaI ifthelatohere She has friend J who wish her mu4 hapteshOne of the season was 01 Slast T c l a afternoon edwhenwith a I iI Deb party The Japanese effeetVsicirried out in the decorationslIghtlnFtaibycards and lunch whlchVu 8eved on ulby Japanese plates flestdos the elcitti r bulbs many e lanterns WE suspended bfltweenutie folding dec and tliy lanterns trt on the curtains It MUJeanette Pates the dadgkterrtil the iloilse was Isgownedtributed thetalJ aii therwie assisted in entertEtfnp Eight tables were used In th9llf amos at the cli se of which Delicious lunch salad sandwtchRS jbuatoa blecu Saratoga chips pIC1S andAOffee was served Mrs Pates was aiaisted in entertaining and mking the slons by Miss SUsa cDtReraoThe- party was beau and enjoyable In cveiy detalllandutf thaaks wore showered IIpOiItJd ostp8 for 80 pleasant an4 u Those who partook of tM pltUtywere Mesdames 11 kIL Pickels W D Oldhaii ZUTlJRlce Dan Harbor EltaiL iagc A DJ Miller G GsPwUt7Hagh MoLellnn Geo Sinnnots JwArnold IL C RIEDeatherage IhIegeI Clark Misses JuiIagina Margatno Miller Sallie as4Jaagers Pickels Mabel ItssieTurley Miss McGuire ofMjlbyvlllc A Ltrrbtor for SKeLia Kilt a entury Thp Loui8VilegldolSunday contained a BpleiididM4cjie your esteemed towl1sman Hen rti F Burns- nil mi with the follawltfg ipjlmentary ai deserved Senator C Madison- county lisa ilitiJitfot ed public career omporarlly IIanet OH and on tfeHM b en a membnr of one branch O tiT aj ftIie LeJi8Ia- ture since 1851 Ue was born M24 120 anti was Radnated froiaiYaiithitile 111jthes- thonors of his ii4 asileliveri the valedicto ni frier to 1851 when he first i bcefee of the GeneraL AJ fitwer he Ildpal county offices u UOlatJ Commll- rI01ler of nnd Commonwealths AtroriiljiitS52 he a u member of tIcthraI college Kentucky anit vote for Ge reIupon tie praefie1it tIwliicl lie wag eminently rnwiisuILtiut at the urgent solicItatlqua F Bell- who was the Wh iandTdate for Governor he made t hefliJSlate Son tor in 1851 and apnftajiitiLlSftt when lib again retired olltlon In 1875 he wa1vjjjbyIresident Grant to become of tSecreta ry thu TreasirvaiiI1capki tynot attended Praide4 t Cabinet uifv cv tIe j1 iJizn eTI r- LL2LueEltutional Irt UiiJ890 and 1831 and in thof IntioRlervellas Chairman or Oii the EI- ecutjve Branch lJtVnment I eIt has served aImsfithiiowily sin that time aft Etat n 7- Mddlton CitIfltlR81tJj8dl6tjflCtjC of being the beIIiltienteacoun y in the State in the lerature MjrI Burnatn being he etiftVOr4I5ll R w Miller a Dinocs e y p Senlative Major Utirnam ha teen a life long Re publican Under resident Hays ad mlnistiation coi mission was made out for him to sue ud Bland Ballard as Federal Judge for Kentucky Before the commipsl i was sent to him however John M rlnrlun who Is now a Justice oiIlia Bu reme Court IndnfI ed the President r change his mind HIIYbdiedduties t his oUlcmnd Judge John W Hart was appoint receiving the sup port of Maj T Hn lain Major Burnam las In tie State Senate in 1859 and s requested to Illtror duce a bill to jpropriate f10000 t 0s erect the inoini ant to henry CI untiyhad 8theasked to raise we small balance ot 1000o Henryuiican father of former mayor H I Duncan of Lexingtofwas Prebiiient o be Association nndfequosted Major Bur I ham to introdud the bill He declined of saying that tile Plilgs would vote for the bill anyho and uuggeHted that some prominenEeniocrnt introduce it V countytlnnlIy p several days nj related the circumstance ItEvery nator voted for the bill and wlienf was transmitted to thJHouse every jember except voted for It Ty asked to have their votes changed make it unanimous but the House joined to extend the honor to then r a Major Bump has heard Henry at Clay on re floor of the United States senate the curt room and orTtrreliuating He was an intimate fried of the G At Commoner and attended hip fun 1obhavcthJusticeni inLegislaturenellt lltlzeotOtMadIRon county zi hitlifep1cothMr James iagers of Richmond spoilt several aya last week with home folks BIreas of Lexington are the guests of his father T C bfis has Miss Maigar Rupard will leave Saturday for three woeks stayat Lexington i anMrhopiFridty lead attendedstoVT J1thiscyMittalned the Wachinch Club Saturday tel night An eljpgnt lunch was served an Mrs WDny and T C DavispI re on the sick hthis weekfro triAdaiBsareThorp x lea- t i4L ii t J 1i r r jr P A FtW ODDS AND ENDS Sdtweek10 for contempt of court for refusing to appear as a witness greatly shocked the Court by her cool reply and man ner of procedure lixcuije me a min ute Judge and I will pay it she r piled when Judge Vaugh impost the floe She gracefully raised he skirts and tooa large toll of crisp bills from her stocking and coanted out flu two dollar bills and handed them to tht clerk then she put the remainder back In her stocking anti took a slat with as much unconcern as though nothing had happened t Last week in St Louis a woman wno was suing for damiiges sustained falling in a cellar pulled down her stocking and displayed a large se extenualiugIrse1 ence 0 er c alml 1e largely composed of bachelors took a keen Interest In the proceedings The scar evidently had the desired effect a Attorney General Hadley of MIs eourl who Is making the Standard Oil toItyears ney In Kansas City when Jos W Folk fSwas Prosecutor at St Louis They worked together when Folk made war on the bribers and boodlers Vh Folk ran for Governor on the leni cratic ticket Hadley wan the Repub can candidate for Attorney General Both men were elected Both are known fighters and havo set to work to bring the Standard Oil Company to the bar of justice for alleged violations of the antitrust laws The philosophy of Marshall Field the merchant prince of Chicago who reo cently died in New York was Never give a note never borrow never buy stocks on margin i never place a mm gage concentrate on your work On January 25 Captain William Van Schaick who was in charge of the illfated steamboat Slocnm when she burned in East River more than a year ago entailing a loss of more than 1 000 lives was found guilty of gross neglect of duty in the United States Court and sentenced to serve ten years at hard labor in Sing Sing prison Rev Geo Ware rector of a church at Lead S D and President of the Ubi Cattle Company of Nebraska was found guilty Friday on a charge of con up racy to defraud tim United States Government of 90 000 acres of land in- nJ Hooker county Neb a Justice J M Tirney of the Manic Court of tho Bronx New York has hanlshed the Blblo in Court pro ceedings In speak hi of Ins action- as he said Its use is a desecration- of So many lying words came from then mouths of witnesses that the use of the holy book is a travesty a mockery It shocking to see men swear on the Word of God to tell tlvj truth and then deliberately lie I now illirin at wit nessthat is all InIt is said that Attorney General Ellis of Ohio U seeking latest points and will probably bring an ouster suit against the Standard Oil Company Mr Ellis la reported as saying It is impossible that I may brinu action to oust the Standard Uii Company I x booa thinking abiiqt anclaieij think a great deal Inor not Ueceaary that 1iou6jwith me against he upon my own initiative CfGuntr Man Cinghl at Last IIITho following notice from Monday evenings Louisville Times will be In terestiug here since thu swindler men tioned ia the same who tried to sell 11200 worth of dry goods to Mr W D Oldham of this city However Mr Oldhamx quick wit end keen perception caused him to suspect theslran and at lila first chance called up the Hibbins Company to find his suspicions correct The delivery of the goods was stopped and Wheiiler disappeared more being heard from him uut Monday when Mr Oldham was sum moncd to Louisville to identify the uuspect He called up the Climax by telephone Monday night and related news nnected with Wbeeiei vvulch tallies with the Times account Mr Oldbam stated that he recognized the an the annie fellow who visiiod his tore the moment he saw him Ties Robinson wa arrested this morning by Detectives Armstrong and Harding charged with being a fugitive from justice and grand larceny ou war ratite a worn out by Thomas W AllenI President of the John ll oods Co and Charlof Stlx of the shot of Marx Stlx of Cincinnati He e alleged to have obtained 15H worth goods from the two above iMined firms by representing himReif as a wealthy merchant named Wheeler in then jostRobinson Wits recognized by the wo men in the Jefferson Circuit Courte this morning where be was presented the charge of embezzling from the ohn C Lewis company where he wast employed Isa clerk lie was out on 3UO bond on the charge According to the arresting officers he is also lIt on 10000 bond on a charge of murder Tazwell Tenn TIlE WHHE RTVER COUNIRYaTh Nw El orado New Open to The rnbllc The long expected much talked of pening of the White River Country J etween Carthage Mo and Newport rk is now an accomplished fact a rough train in each direction on the ew White River Dine having hem n on January 21st In connection with the Tube Water Line along the Mississippi River o the Gulf this marks thi completion of anew route 1etween the Northwest and gruinAimp01tance The commercal invasion by the railway of mountain fastpeaaea iiithe W ite t iver Country In Missouri and Ai kari i and of the lowland river li triut A Southeastern Arkaufias and L uiixna not appeared feasible uutil theTpresent day With the accomplished fact of v a W through line a vaiiety of hurihcape a d social conditions of the uioarTcll jj rse character is brought to view I The products of this mine coal zinc I manganese oayx and building stol1esinexha1fslib quarries of fine n arble of almost evely known variety a the forest oak jiine walnut asn represse valleys cotton and the variousn sedeaches apples pets berries aud the it of the vine with the sport of theof ase tillof anglJLg IB laknd tj tSrluprtlliDger abode In tbili jaw euiitry t to Vf i j c I l NEWSPAPER MEN From Eighth District Meet Here Next Splendid Program Arranged dThe newspaper men of the Eighth Congressional D strict will meet in this city next Friday eFeb 2nd und hold a buainesB uud social session that ufternooi and evening The following circulars have been eeiit out to each J ur nalist member of the league set ting forth the following iutTest lug program Delegates from the west Jessa mine Mercer Boyle Anderson Spencer und Shelhy ahnuld come tarr lIs portation already sent r rrlyages to GUIIVHV about the city weather permitting until noon hour Dinner at Hotel Glyndon Rooms and borrd provided free by local press 180 p m Elk Club Rooms address of welcome on behalf of city ot Richmond by Mayor C E Woods welcome on behalf of Local Press hv T H Pickels Editor K7 Register Response by Hon Lew B Brown liar ofIILeague nusnassbE8SIO Reading Minutes and report of League Secretary A D Miller regarding progress made with type founders ink factories etc Papers and short talks by de legxtes Supper at Hotel Glyndoa SOCIAL SESSION 0 oclock p in at tMasollicTeDp e Toastmaster Hon R W Mil ler member Ky Legislature PROGRAM The following circulars have been seiit to the journalists Tne local Com mute on progrnmfor the third quarterly convention of the Eighth D strict Publishers League to be liekiat Richmond Ky Friday Fel 2 1006 bgs to announce that you are down for u short paper or talk on any topic you muy select Please notify me promptly of your acceptance with subject so that I may issue programs fur the business session I wish to an nounce also the tentative program Toast Hon Lew BBrown Editor Hurrodsburg Democrat Toast W C Barriskman Ed itor Spencnr Courier Toast Rev Hugh McLellan Toast Hon Hurry McCnrty member Legislature and Editor Jessamine Journal Toast Rev Dr J Addison SmithToast Hon J A Sullivan Richmond Toast T H Pickels Editor Ky Register Add es by otir special guest of Honor Hon A Y Ford ex managing Editor Courier Journal and President Kv Lourd Com miesionerd to St Louis exposition iubJTF NwBpjirtjr Politicians at jOTiich i n ea i v- OHlr99 ratireftq Hbtel Glyn ihii f Jt d may leave S tr a 9 nitifor Vqt at 6 O50amIJpotlige undersigned by sending your acceptance and subject so as to enable me to annouuce the final programSA D Miller Secy Little Love Stories MissIrof Kingston were united in marriage last Tim sday at the brides home Mr T W Adams the ceremony being performed by Rev W presentIof partaking of a ceremonyThemunltys best wishes CONWAY Mil EDITOR As so many of your lisIngit will be interesting to many of your happenings familyhavechased by him on Scaffold Cain Mr J W Repent and family re cityhasoccupied by Squire Sigman Crainor Smith Lumber Co have spokefactorycient timber In the yard to cut fifty thousand spokesfMr Harvey Chenault Superintend ut of the Round Stone Land Compa ny is in Florida for the rest of the winter Letters from him say he Is catching fish and improving in health Mr Charles T Chenault is holding the position of Superintendent in bsence of his uncle Conway Lithia water is continuing o restore to health all who come here H Nave olNicholasville has re turned to his home feeling as spry as twoyearold after drinking from this to fountain of health three weeks W trLw mend a few days since after trying e the water only a short time Before leaving he said to your correspond ent that be believed it to be long looked for fountain of youth Conway barely escaped disaster a few since that would have re edardedyearsboutereii on the corner of North and Main treet in the residence of J T Toddohe fire alarm was at onco turned Inwnd the fooodoverhepromptyfight against devastating ilamts was landow era of the home Jell upon their daheasprerverson recentjJiayton ons to our little city Mr Smithisguexport machinist and argeof tfie sjpoke and shingle fac rt kare BBNUUJLLIK 7= We take pleasure in announcing to OUt trade our advance styles in all the latest crea tions in Band Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etc for Waists and Dresses Also all staple goods such as Ging hams etc Postal us for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attention- Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE RICHMOND KY Groceries i Queensware Glassware Salt j Lime Cement jOats Seeds Covington Arnold Bro Main Street tAJ RICHMONDTELEPUO RICHMOND Cut Flowers Plarit B3FSpecial attention given to 412 WilkBx ghClass Wall Bajb FOREWORD THE POPULAR DEMAND for icdividmu decorations has protapted us to illustrate modern and uptodate styles in period Qeborai the guidance of bur patrons who would othenv unable to Keep in touch with the new treatments vogue in New York and Chicago theideasleast one or two rooms in connection with the more conventional styles in regular matched combinations insuringvarietya OilS My new samples contain such a large variety of suitableforspeciedpurposescombinations suitable for any purpose Border and paper always same price w P Baxter Ulcer of the Stomach INSIDIOUS NATURE ot THE DISEASEHOW- TO RECOGNIZE AND CURE IT Ulcer of the stomach may exist for years without very marked symptoms excepting those caused by indigestion is due to an inflammation which af acts the membrane of the stomach BO that it Is eaten away by the gastric niece In good health the stomach resists the action of the gastric Juices but when weakened the membrane is badly nourished and the digestive fluids act upon it as well as upon the food keeping np until perforation of tht itoruuch occurs In advanced cases of ulcer of the stomach there is much dis comfort alter eating with a constant gnawing sensation between moats pain from the pit of the stomach back the shoulder blade At the first symptoms of indigestion should at once be started ith Miona This is a scientific rem dy adapted specifically to one pur pose the cure of stomach troubles It so uniformly successful that B L iddleton gives a signed guarantee with every 50 cent box that the money will he refunded if it does i ot cure Alio na is net a patent or sperm rem y but is a comMnaioji of the purest and most reliable of remedies for strengthening the digestive organs and building up the whole system Use it r a few days aud there is no reason hy you should not be able to rat any od you like at any tima without die tress WACO Mr Hiram Taylor was at Corbin st week on business Mss Lucy Th rpe spent several ys last week the guest of Mrs C B amilton in Richmond Mr Mildred Cornellson has returned from Illinois wh re he spent several months Miss Margaret Rupard has for her tst this week Miss Lizzie Berry of Union City Mrs JM W Miller gave aa old t fashioned quilting Thursday A gond crowd was present including all of her near neighbors An elegant din nor was served Mrs Part Tyler celebrated her sixtysixth birthday last week by giving an elegant dinner Several of her old friends were present and all went away wishing Mrs Tyler many more birthdaysThe Williams of College Hill entertained the Waco Flinch Club Saturday night An elegant lunch was served and all present will long remember the nice time they spent at this lovely home Uttle Wanted We have on hand nbbnt 200 shocks of fodder and want 50 or lpOcatte to feed Potts JDuereon 17jantt Whites Station Ky State Bank Trust Co Capital and Surplus 16500000 Doe a general Banklag set Trust Co hasl nets Loans money on person al and mortgage security Buys Real Estate paptr Oiveuayonr bualueas R l Twrlcy Cshler i 54 Some people have a notion that spring is tha only time to buy a buggy That notion is costing them money tve are making fall buying popular Let us tell you how Good picking in every de partment c F7HigginsTelephone jihe Richmond Climax S WEDNESDAY JAN 31 1900 Next Monday will tfti cmniy couri day King Christian of Denmark I dead at the age of 83 years Farms and City property for salet D W TRiniiLB Real Estate Agt The ladies of the Baptist Church will give a diniier April Court day Remember the date A thorough buslnefH education the sure way to largest sflccess now ati your door See Prof Lippard Dan H Breck will ihxure your city or county property against flu light rung and cyclone lo jad4tI Major Edward Raslr Harrods mrg8 best known alI must re spected citizens died last week The reguhir inouthly meeting of itic City Council will he held tomorrow night In their new quarters in the Hob- 1t8 building The 38th Annual Convention of the National American Womans Oouffraee Association will moat in Baltimore February 7 to 18 You must have L6blld inre in your druggist The simplest as well as the most complex prescription receives our Hkillful attention Perry Thomas A thorough business college educa tion would double the wane earning ability of many young people in this re inn Enter the BuslnetisQCollege February SALESMEN WANTEDTo Ipok after our interest in Madison and adjacent counties Salary or Commis sioii Address Clover Oil and Paint Co Cleveland 0 ft Prof Lippard wants a goodly num ber f bright ambitious students to enter the Richmond Business College at the opening February 12 to quality them selves for good positions He has calls for more giaduAlra than he can supply Epworth League Services The MethodUt Church was filled witn an appreciative audience Sunday night the occasion being a musical program by the Epworth League Macli credit is due the young people for the hard wOlk and practice in getting ready for thin entertainment of which they should feel proud Coming mat and Only Thompson Theatre goers will have the pleasure on Fridav night of this week III seeing the create t comedian living Thomp son gives an entire vaudeville perform ance without the assistance of a single person He h the whole troupe of ten persons besides the musicians lie Is even his own orchestra His entertain ment is entitled Vhs Funny Fellows of New York II Go to see the Great aiid Only Thompson and much Everything he does is funny At the Grand Opera House Friday Feb 2nd Admission 25 cent reserved seats 33 cents tctionB Thursday Feb 1 06 commence an Auction of hisI entire stock of goods Dry Goods ChinaICut Glas- sBricaBrac All goods offered will positive ly be sold to the highest bidder This will be a rare chance for the people of Richmondand Madison county to buy the best of merchandise at jheir own price Nothing reserved Any goods in the store will be offeredwhen asked to be sacrificed Everyone is cor dially invited No charge for reserve seats B W Turner NOTE CAUEFULLY All persons owing uie an aMount or II1tl1vtall accounts not patti by thin will be Irft with my lawyer for collection Q cult toort MondaFebruaryof Tf4 criminal cass J8i rM equity va44lbqilitv appearance 11 oidi JnlUcuri8Wholesale Bakery Through tha efforts of the Commercial 01 uli a wholoale and rHtail bakery MessrsBaer loeaIUoitColbyFaylo wilthaveAuttlon Mr Bl W Turner will begin an auc tion hale tomorrow February EVer thing in his store consisting of dry brieabrnmhighest bidder No for charge reserved seats TbU will be a gand op portunity to secure bargains Everything In the storewdl be offered at a sacrifice nEATH Illrs Perry Gilbert died Monday afternoon at her homo near Speedwell after a protracted illness Deceased whose death was due to a complication tJhlMrsBesidesher MessrsWallaceRhoda und Ellen Gilbert to all ofwhom the sympathy of many Iriends is ex tended f Batpn M4Stone Applied to MIss Taylors Limb While on her way from homeat Union MariullrayInfuriated dog and much uneasiness thoroughlyother precautions it waadeclded beet to take Miss Taylor to Lexington for the application 01 the famous Unrein mad stone Tim stone adhered with the fist application and slow there ill no fenr of Hydrophobia Miss Taylor who iavery popular young lady in her home Johnlaylorfriends who were distressed at her accident but who now feel relieved Pleasant Occasion The reception and social given at the First Presbyterian church for the mem hers of the congregation on last Friday VBiiing was a thost enjoyable affair Ine lecture room Iud been transformed into a bower of beauty pink and while being the prevailing colors Many in eeMing games were played awl a guessing contest afforded much amuse e ment Frappe was served and the evening proved a delightfully pleasant one The reception will be held the last Friday night in each month in l order that the congregation may bp brought into closer touch with eachI other and a pleasant time enjoyed to gether Kentucky Editors Had a Delightful Meeting Ind rranlfott According to time previously set the members of the Kentucky Press Asso ciatlon held their midwinter Jdpalwore addresses by Colonel W L Visa ciier of Chicago and A Y Ford of kouisville Tim evening session was presided over Governor Beckham 3wliostertainment of the scribes The asso ciation regretted deeply the absence ofiHon Lew B Brown who was n program for an address Mayor E E Hume of Frankfurt gave a hearty weltcom to the Press boys which was r aspoudedtills city Among the important papors v ead was one on The Value oi DiasrltbAssociations by Editor A D if the Climax who as SecretaryTreas urer of the Eighths District Publishers League has become well acquainted with such work and it is most likely that other districts will organize alone lines miGrgested by him Upon the sug gestion of i ojonel W B llaldeman ol l miBvillp a committee on Public Heahh and Morals was appointed toI cM pprte witha similar committee from the State Medical Association for allY work that may come htfore it The commltee is composed of Low B Brown J D Denhart and A lJ Miller Many other important measures wereI discussed otis being that of needed alIvertining legislation The social few fares consisted of luncheon at JltI Elks house a street car Title to thnslie of the ntw capitol building ansi anj elaborate banquet at night In short the midwinter meeting was one ol great benefit and pleasure and great good to ali members of the association will accrue therefrom Home Madet Have your cake muffins and tea bis cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty andwholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the housewife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuil puddings the frosted layer rake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins withwhLch the readymade food foirndat the bakeshop or grocery ddes not compare Royal is the greatest of bakeday helps j f jt ey4 fte1el11 Mw 4 e J 3+c wBREAT LWiE Suits and Overcoats4fI 1 i Mayor Woods fruition Vlcalcalid byjtoge ton and a Decision ot the Unit of peals Of Interest to Qty Of iidals Especially Recently Mayor Woods issued in structions to all City Oiliuitdti warning them not to violate the feiaintts with reieience to selling gouds to the city or otherwise having interest in inuuic pal contracts and vouchers The Mayor was applauded by all disinter ted people but there was touie grum bling of course at his bold announce ment wtnoh he declared was uttered in use interest of the ollicials and pub alikeHere comes along the Court of Ap with a ruling that upholds the MayorVcontention and amply justifies him if such were needed in his post hou In the third column of last Tues ayu CourierJournal we find among the reports of the Court of Appeals the followingCity Bardstown vs Kelson Couuty Filed JanuaryI111006Tp be reported Appeal from Nelson Ciicnit Opinion by Judge Settle re verslnJotJoouthOity Officer Supplies Fur dished By Validity Under Section 033 Ky Slut no nflicer of a city shal be inrereted directly or Indirectly- n any contract for such city or in do tig any work or furnishing any sup plies fur its use or for lie officers and lly credit for compensation or work une or supplies furnished in which ny such officer is interested shall be uidL so much of the claim sued on as furnished by one who was a mem er of the Council at the time should be rejected George S John A Fulton Redford C Wherry for appellant Nat W Hal tead F E Dougherty for appellee Nut only does the Mayor consider this as conclusive proof of the justice of his position ic the mutter but he has received from the Circuit Judge of this District a long letter bearing the fl lowing testimony to his accurate con truction of his duties under the Sta utes Says Judge J M Ben ton- I have received and read through a ropy of your instructions to tbe City Officers Your position je clarly cor rert A strict observance of these rules VII am sure secure better service from all othVers and employes of the oily I read also your address to the Council at its first meeting and I want to congratulate you upon the fiiin stand yon have taken against some violations of the law that ale entirely too common in all our cities and I hope your efforts will rid Richmond of these violations Anything that the Circuit Court can do to aid mi in the good work youbave undertaken is yours for the asking and I hope yon will feel no hesitancy in kiting me know what I can do for yoox Thus Mr Woods need not go out of his own State for legal vindication of his position yet iLls interesting to know that in Pennsylvania where like pro visions exist upon their statute books as in Kentucky the Mayors stand is rrntihafcally upheld The Phil dtl phla Retord says 4 III this quo warranto proceedings brought in Common Pleas Court No2 to oust C W Ziegler of Duqtieaue from hla office of Councilman that city Judge R S Frszer filed a decision today directing hat a writ of ouster issue and that Ziegler pty the costs Ziegler is a member of a lumber firm that furnished the cltv must of its lumber It was not claimed or proven that he ever voted on a contract in which he Will interested It does not follow that in such Instances tin contractor gets more than the market warrants hut the rule here embodied in the law IR the only safe rule arid it should be rigidly enforced regardless prices or personalplees Further comment is unnecessary Truly Mr Woods circular was what he 1itl 1tA Word to Lbo W W Go through our big stock of fine handtailored Suits Overcoats and Raincoats none of which sold for less than 20 and most of them at 2250 and 25take your choice without limit at 15 You can affordan extra suit or coat at this price cant you Fine allwool fabrics tailored in the I latest styleexcellent values at 18 1 Slaughtered to 1250 Thinkof the saving I CASH ONLY We candidly believe hat no store in the State has ever equaled these values Circumstances compelus to make this sacrifice and good judgment prompts you to take advantage of it 17 and 15 Suits and Overcoats for only 975 No credit Serious loss to us but its than to carry them to next betterC Choice of all our 1250 values for I875 Cash to one andall We start each season with a new stock therefore we are forced to sell our 10 Suits and Overcoats for 725 But we dont charge them Even our low priced suits are noted for correctness of Fit and good wearing Quality All 8 and 9 Suits and Overcoats go for 575 Cash COVINGTON Important Meeting of City Council Telephone and Other Matters to b Discrssed EDITOR PLI VAX Please give me span to announce that the City Council will meet Thurs day evening next February lsiat 730 in the iowsr room of this ourt House owing to repairs in prosrrefs on City Hall Full reports will he rendered by all otlicflrg of the city and several mat ters of special int oot will be trans apted or debated among them the subject of thin Telephone here being com plaint lodged with me by citizens re carding alleged highs prices and poor service I have secured a cony of the original franchise of the Company and its terms and conditions will be made known There is no record here so far as I can find of this franchise but I have secured a copy from the Nashville headquarters of the company Let me announce to the public that the old City Hall has been sold for so 000 cash to Mr Jon Thurman of this city an I that the Building Committee of the Council is making rapid progress in renovating the Roberts House prop erty purchased by the out Council and thatwe liopoIt ir public ssr vice early in February with an ex peudture of less than tOo for repairs rendering it suitable for all city han purposes except the fire department Thin latter will he arranged as soon as possible temporary quarters being kindly loaned to us now by Mr Thur man purchaser of the old property All citizens having bills against the City should file same together with all orders with City Clerk Fans State Bank on or before Thursday in order for the Finance Committee to audit same betore the Council meets that evening to pats upon seine Citizens cordially invited to attend all meetings of the Council Fraternally 0 E WOODS Mayor Hon R W Miller Selected House Delteate toI Divorce Congress Hon R W Miller of this city was selected by the house to Represent that body in the Divorce Congiess to be held in Washington next month He WitS the unanimous choice of the Committee on Executive Affairs to which the Governors recommendations were referred as soon as the Governors message was read the otliea day Fri days VnrierJonrnal says Representatives Virgil McKnight Will Clay brook William Ivlair aud other friends of Mr Miller recognized in him a most suitable representative of the House and began to sound the members They found the sentiment practically unanimous in Mr Millets favor One of the members stayed up considerable of the time last night trying to undo wha the committee had done He vorked fairly late In an effort to change sentiment for Mr Miller but even the members who voted against Mr Miller for Speaker admire his ability as a law yet and his qualities as a fighter The effort to change his adherents failed signallyRepresentative Alverson of Lincoln offered a resolution authorizing the Speaker to appoint u delegate to the divorce congress in Wasuington Rep 1I880nolrmellII a lre House In taking the floor Mr Mc Knight said suur committee Mr Speaker without regard to factiou and without regard to pemiUat feeling has unanimously selected thQ Hon B W Miller as the ilelegute to the divorce congress to ba held in Washington We have dona this because of his knowledge of the law and because it is the decent and right thing to 01t Tbe vole for the substitute was unan imous as was the vote on the resolu thin as amended If you have any corn to sell either telephone or call and sea Staring Jan24t o t The mildweatheras every one know has been dead against the sale of win ter merchandise consequently we find ourselves greatly overstocked on heavy Suits Overcoats Underwear Gloves Footwear etc To carry this stok till next winter is out of the question we cant afford it we MUST have the room and the cashno matter what the sacrifice therefore we have decided to begin on January 20th the greatest Slaughter Sale of high class seasonable merchandise ever held in Kentucky No man or boy can afford to miss this great sale theres something here he needs or will need before the winter is gone and these Slaughtr Prices make it great econo my to anticipate his wants for a whole year to come Be on time sale ends February 10th Bring the cash positively nothing charged Lost in the Angry Ocean MR WILL S HUME OF THIi LIlY AMONG THE LOST IN THE WRECK Or THE ILLrATED VALENUA For over a week sorrow and diitnay have hung over our entire city like a pals Since the first tidings of the wrecking of the steamer Valencia oil Vancouver Island last Monday night every possible means have been used to determine the whereabouts of Will Hume It was from the beginning definitely known that lie was a passen ger on the Valencia which met her doom steer the midnight hour last Monday on the extreme northwestern coast Air Hume who had been in the west for some time was hound from San KranciMui for Hellingham Washington Out f a passenger list of 154 only a very small number have been rescued Every efTrt has been made by family and friends to learn something still clinging to the hope that he may be alive but all in vain Mortal mind can hardly coucievepf the horrois of scrh a picture Tim great steamer after striking the rock did not go down at once but remained in tile surging waters to be gradually broken to pieces slid one by one those clinging to her weakening sides wfent dwn into the briny deep As stated before this accident occurred near midnight oIl the EaKt shore of Vancouver Isle The wea her being very thick he officers mistook their position The darkness prevented any observations and no bearings could be obtained consequently the good ship and all on boardwere at the mercy of the heart less waves Whets she struck against the rocks the shock was such as to awaken all on board who realized in a moment the awfulness of the dreadful truh evspafer aCLOuntbot the hor rible catastrophe are bloodcurdling The horribleness of the wreck and loss of life is doubly acute to our community since one oi our most popular and best beloved young men is among the lost W S Hume was about thirty six years old and was the son of Mrs Eugenia Hume of this city He is also survived by outs brother Mr E R Hume and two sisters Mrs Harvey Chenault and Alls L B Herrington Nor do they mourn alone for every heart throbs in tender eat sympathy for them in their unutterable grief an woe No tiagedy of recent years has befallen our city which lies caused Mich toil verial sorrow It is almost beyond reason to suppoiio that his body will be recovered but every effort will be made to do so The Knights Templar and Eks to both of which liHbelongml are exerting themselves in an endeavor to find lila body that it may he brought houif and buried beneath his beloved Blue Grass sod Eye Badly Injured Hon Grant Ei Lilly suffered a severe and gainful accident to his rlht eye one day lust week While working at his stovb fying to adjust the door the hot poker slipped and struck him in the eye It is a thousand wonders the member had not been totally destroyed and this many friends of this genial gentleman are congratulating him that he fared no wciree Fickmond Casinos College a Sbpng Pri lability Prof Lippard Has in sight about half the number of tudents necessary to the opening of the business college Febru earulestsured The business men of the town are assmtiuu lo IJppard in every way and are anximjs tO8le the business col tege established mid would advise All young people to eter at the opening February 12 Mr Wm Watts hISS guaranteed one student and let others come forward and do likewi eat once All interested should send their names o the Climax vulc t or se fnr Lippard nt onwi it J Hioisoa Official Made Defendant in iults A suit was tied Friday by M F Arbtiikle Shelby letf A S Gott and N B Deatherage against ex Sheriff Jno F Wagers County Judge N B Tur in and ex County Attorney J Tevis Cobb The point to the suit is a warrant on the lreasurer fur S750 pay able to Mr Cobb and signed by Judge Turpiu and countersigned by Jno P UagHis The plaintiffs prayer to the Court is as follows The plaintiffs say that they are citi zone and taxpayers of Madison county Kentucky and are interested and af fected by the matter herein complained of anti they bring this suit for them selves and all other citizens of Madison count These plaintiffs say thaH n the IBh day or February 1903 the defendant J Wagers Wits the duly elected qualified and acting Sheriff of Madison county that the defendant N B Tur pin was the duly elected qualified and acting County Judge of Madison county and the defendant J Tevis Cobb was the duly elected qualified and acting County Attorney in and for Madison county TIe siy that on the said 10th day of February 1901 the said N B TurI pin NFnsHtl a writing which is in words and fiirpl an follows r JUDGES OFFICE Madison County Court Richmond Ky Feb 16 1003 The Trea nrer of Madison county will pay to J Tevis Cobb seven hun Ired and fifty d liars 750 for claimI allowed at the Mayteim 1904 N7BTURPIN Judge M dison County Court To be countersigned bySlieriff JOHN F WAGERS Sheriff ThR instrument of writing was endorsed by tie defendant Cobb anti presented to the Treasurer of Madison county and the Treasurer paid to the defendant Cobb by virtue of said writing the sum of seven hundred and fifty dollars and also at the May term of the Fiscal tout of Madison county 1903 the Treasurer of said county got credit for the payment of said sum o money towit seven hundred and fifty dollars laid out on the writing afore said These plaintiffs say that the issue of said writing by defendant Turpin was unauthorized by law thnt In fact there was no order of the May term 1902 or atsily other term before the isBue of saul writing allowing the ainonnt rptcilied in Iho writing afore said to J IV vis Cobb aud the deftnd lint Turpin at the time he signed Said order knew tiiatno such amount had been elbowed to the defendant Cobb at tIle May leiui 1102 and the defendant John F Wallers ic the time he conn tetsigutd ld writing knew that therr was no such order entered at the May term 1902 andtliHt no claim hadever been certified to him from the pro ceedings ol the May term 1902 show lug an allowance to the defendant Cobb fur covets hundred and fifty dollars and the said acts and conduct on the pun of ttie defendants Turpin and Wagers was wrong and illegal and the drawing of said amount by defendant Cobb from the Treasurer of Madison county Was wrong and illfga1 and same was to the prejudice suit injury of thesa people and all citi zens of Madism county and but for the joint tlonu of these defendants the injury anil illegal act could not have occurred and the plaintiffs allege that they are tqually bound for the unlawful and wrongful act complained oi VVhorifor v he plaintiffs for then aolvesliftd bruIt citizens of MadlSoh ouisty pray j itigment lot Madios county KriunlnPt the defendants for even hlt1rdlall fifty dollars ati jor their Cisf and all relief to which hte may appear entUlel general and 5IICCIOCC Pantsttt X ity propejfty lor sale 6J U rsttusiix 1tsl Eat lfti i rf It n v Boys Suits Wee slaughtered prices with only one end in view to rush the suits out and bring the cash inm350 400 450 styles 300 Suits for 195 250 Suits Pants 50c for 39c 75c 55c LOO Boys Shoes Overstock of Boys and they must be sold in spite vance in leather 3fine Box Calf and Patent Kid cut heavy 1 95 cut to 1 40 125cut 1 A Boys Sweaters 50c for 39q 79c 150 Slaughter on boys Gloves Hats Caps A for cash only Hanan Shoes All doublesole styles slaughtered5 for 3 95 PL1IiJFight Shoes 6 for 4 50 Heavy Neckwear reductions on all footwear except ttChoice of all our finest 50 and 75c Ties Slaughter prices Shirts Hats Caps Suspenders Duck Coatsbiggest saving on record for cash VU VU VU Little Pocket Physician IEYOMEI INHALER THAT ib GUARANTEED BY B L nIDDLETON TO CURh CATARRH Thousands who have been cured by Hyomei call the inhaler that comes with every outfit The little pocket physician as it is so small that it can becarned in the pocket or purse Prior to the of Ilyomui statistics showed that at least 97 out of evoy 100 peitotiR in this state were suf faring from catarrh in some form The remarkable results hollowing tIm use of Hyomei are shown by the smaller percentage today of people sllFeriuc from catarrh There is really no excuse whatever for anyone having catarrh nowlhat Hv ouiei is so readily obtainable If yt u have any doubts about its vaue It L Middleton will let you have a complete ou fit with he understanding that un less it cures catarrh it will not cost you a plett Hyomei outfit consists of the little pocket physician a medi cine dropper anti a bottle of Hyomei atidcosts only SI while additional bottle of Hyomei can be procured for 50 CrillSlUaking it the most economi cal ns well as the most reliable treat nientJthcuraoftJflDo not delay longerio mel if you have catarrh I afa purely local disease and Hyomei goes right to the spot where the catarrhal germs are present destroys them soothes and heals alt inflammation and makes a permanent and lasting cure Knee Pants Suits latest ages from 3 to J 6 choice for for for Shoes school shoes to 1 for for prices Shirts winter on toshes discovery centA I wow wow IAn Effoit to Obtain The Normal iciool For Richmond iThe Commercial Club held an enthusiastic meeting last Thursday night the main business the discussion of ways antI means to secure the kcation of one of the State Normal Schools at this place At the present term of the General Assembly only one of these schools will be established and our newly organized Commercial Clubwill make a big effort to get it for Rich inonil Considering the inducements we have to offer them the old UniverSe ity buildings and grounds we feel that no other place is so suitable Quite a number of splendid addresses by our business anti professional men were made and it was agreed to send a com mitteo to Fpnkfrt to interview the Legislature on this important question and hold up before them Richmond and her advantages This committee is composed of Judge A R Bur nam Hon J A Sullivan R R Bur nam W R Shackelford W B Smith C E Woods J Tevis Cobb J D Goodloe J B Chenault C C Wallace G W Gates U H Vaught Judge C H Breck Rev Hugh McLellan C L Searcy Prof John Kolatid J R Gibbon J C Chenault N B Death ulessor Jj Burnam G E Lilly R H ed the JiT J Smith These gen- ttfflelI were ln8UuittVJ Ji proceed as they think best and if nect t7 tyliM the entire Assembly to Richmond to view the advantages and partake ot our hospitality A great deal of interest is being shown and nil feel hopeful of the outlook for a Normal school for this city 7Iffi Doris Footwear Shoes workmanship durability Notwithstanding the great advance in + leather weareabIe buying in large quanties to sell you above styles in I Jadies h sfor 200 also the same style in a cheaper shoe J50 and be convinced that this is the place to your footwear oldlft A Hi S The One House 1 4 + iI 1 = 0 1uL ow United States Marshall William Mays and Deputy W T Short engaged in an encounter with moon shiners ou Red River last Thursday in which about twentyflye shots were fired One and perhaps more moon shiners were shot as was by a trail of blood leading into the moun talus Neither of the officers were wounded They in destroy ing a large copper still with a of beer and sinkings Uont fail to see The Funny Fel lows of New York at the Grand Friday night Symsonia Ky March 30 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Deer SirI would liketo become your agent for the sale nfyour medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life ot one man whom two doctors had gives up to die and there in noun of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place so I would he pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as possible Eo DIIAFFBV Symsonia Ky A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won tier Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes rayel cures diabetes seminal weak and lame backs rheuma tism anti al irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and womAn bladder troubles in ehildren If not sold by your drugui- stwarbwejt mail on receipt oflOne small biiffleitwo atttttbs treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold bv all 3m aytf V s F That Dainty Doris Excel 7A Four reasons one may see In fit style and Hlast In by the for Conic Buy Price 7I 7rii T Collector evidenced succeeded quantity emissions regulates druggists Ipeoplehave a notion that spring is 1 a buggy CostingIWe are making fall buying popular Let us tell you how Good picking in every department C F HigginsTelephone 232 e Richmond Climax DEDAY JAN 31 1906 Next Monday will be tummy court r King Christian of Denmark 15 lad at the age of 83 years Farms and City property for sale D W TBIBMtE Real Estate Agt The ladles of tne Baptist Church- give a dinner April Court day member the date A thorough busineFK education is je sure way to largest success now at our door See Prof Lippard Van H 1kWnt re r county property atftItMt jiltrlug and cyclone Mallr Edward Roarer one of arrodsuurgs best known and most ra pectfld citizens died last week The reguhir monthly meeting of City Council will be held tomorrow light in their new quarters in the Roberts building The 38th Annual Convention of the Rational American Womans Suffrage Association will meet in Baltimore February 7 to 18 You must have confidmure in your druggist The simplest alt well as the mot complex prescription receives our skillful attention Perry Thomas A thorough business college educa tun would double the wage earning ibiutv of many young people in this reewn Enter the Business College Jebrtiary 12- ALESMEN WANTEDTo look after our interest in Madison and adjacent counties Salary or Commis sion Add resaaglover Oil tfdiPaint Co Cleveland O it Prof Lippard wants a goodly num ber of bright ambitious students to enter the Richmond Business College at the ning February 12 qualify theia jr good portions He has Mil aduatbR f nscan supplyg 0di jfeten He is 4en erta1- tibny FdIovri- 1J siag my AUth lGMMi iriday FebSAd nU reserved aeath3- 5ntsuctioll B W Turner Wil1onJ j Thursday Feb J 06 commence an Auction of his entire stock of goods Dry Goods China Cut Glas- sBricaBrac All goods offered will positively be sold to the highest bidder This will be a rare fhance for the people of Richmondand Madison county to buy the best merchandise at their own price Nothing reserved Any goods in the store will be offeredwhen asked to be sacrificed Everyone is cordially invited No charge for reserve seats B W Turner NOTK CAKEFULLY All persons owing me an account or note must settle bv February 15 as II lesre for New York on tbat date an1 aU accounts not paid by th n will be If It with my lawyer for collection Q nit Court MondaFehruarvth d qllilcLllts4n l JulyUcurtWholesale Bakery Commerclalwill shortly be Htarted here Messrs Baer Douglas of Fort Wayne Ind locationplac i ney Trr jentetl the ola Colby Wylor store room and will soon be willhaveAtJttiofl Mr H suetontlII g in his store gOflTij4111g hina cItgess briea thehlgllebtserved seats This will be a grand op Everythingsacrifice DEATHb afternoonafter a protracted illness Deceased cowplicatjoi1otMrs Gilbert was a devoted Christian woman and splendid neighbor Besides her humbetMissftRhodathe sympathy of ma ayrlri fon ex tend e dc j Tr Buzrgun MLtStQSCAiM to JSiisTayors Limb While ftyfrn ilfmeat Iliulon MarionTaylOrwssjj infuriated dog ad much uneasiness thoroughy toiJPJjHcition 01 the famous Knrgin mad fl8tPhydrophobia Miss Taylor who ia a very popular young lady in her home locality is the daughter of Mr John Taylor of Union City She has manv fj endd who were distressed at her ac cident but who now feflhireheyed t HPleasant Oc The reception and spcJaljeiren at tho fiemhersveiiliic was a most enjoyable affair fne lecture room hd b en transformed into a bower of beauty pink and white being the prerallf coiora Many in Lere tliig atiies were playfd and a 8gL 1t iichanmtie rc FP 4 6M1nr iI Uy v t TlKBTf ptiofl will bJh H tte iiwt Pr1dayist Ia Mch o aiyi order that the congreggtjoH nwybV brought into closer touch with each other and a pleasant time enjoyed together i lLaf a DeIihtfuI Meetlug In 4 rrankfort thefriibeiTatTo ti lWil their midwinter meeting- in Frankfort last Tuesday The principal features of the evening sea ion vere addresses by Colonel W L VIss cluer of Chicago and A Y Ford of louisville The evening session was jresded over by Governor Beckham whose presence added much to the en tertainment of the scribes The asso ciation regretted deeply the absence of Hon Lew B Brown who was n the rngrzun for an address Mayor E E Hume of Frankfort gave a hearty welcome to the Press boy which was responded to by Mayor C E Woods of this city Among the important papers ead was one on The Value ot District Associations by Editor A D Miller tl the Climax who as SecretaryTreas- urer of the Eighth District Publishers League Jias become well acquainted with such work and it is most likely that other districts will organize along lines suggested by him Upon the suggestion of Colonel W B Haldeman ol Louisville a committee on Public Health and Morals was appointed to en operate with a similar committee from the State Medical Association for any work that may come before It The cOmmittee is composed of Lew B Brown J D Denhart and A 1 Miller Many other ftnportant measures were discussed one being that of needed ad vertising legislation The social lea three consisted of luncheon ut he Klks Homea treet car rid to the site of the new capitol building and an elaborate banquet at night In short the midwinter meeting was one 01 great benefit and pleasure and great good to ali members of the association willac crue therefrom I Rome Made Have your cake muffins and tea bis cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly deco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised i hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and thiffiwith which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does not compare 4 Royal is the greatest of bakerday helps t tley iAiOP PeWR Hi 4W ff1- r j J If t = T c 2r K IW wT WTEISuits and Overcoats r Mayor Woods sition VicalcaUd trjiaee Btn ton inda Decision oi the Unit of Ap y als Of Interest to Gly Of Ky Udals EspedaUy E Recently Mayor Woods issneS ftn structioiis to ail City OlIlcishiwaitig them not to violate the btatiTtee with reference to selling goods to the city or otbwrwise having internist jifinunici pal contracw Slid vouchers Ilfef Mayor yaa applauded by aill duiuter a f 3iiL1t JwiiDei iru p t if iiii 1 lU u dtehired ttr a lit the iBterert of the of cfaw aJiPubp Ucvalike 4 i Here comes along the CourtjTor lps peals with a ruling that upholds the Mayors contention and amply justifies him if such were needed in his posi tion In the third column of last Tues days CourierJournal we flud nnlong the reports of the Court of Appeals the followingCity Bardstown vs Nelson County Filed January 11 1906To be reported Appeal from Nelson Jhcultco Court Opinion by Judge Settle rei versingeFourthCity Officer Supplies Fur nished By Validity Under Section 3 633 Ky Suit no officer of a city shal be interested directly or indirectlyr in any contract for such city or in dop lug any work or furnishing any sup plies for ite use or for its officers andp any credit for compensation or work time or supplies furnished in which any such officer is interested shall be void so much of the claim sued on as was Jurnisbed by one who was a mem ber of the Council at the time should be rejected George S John A Fulton Redford C Cherry for appellant Nat W Hsle stead F E Dougherty for appelleoc Not only does the Mayor consider this as conclusive proof of the justice oi Lila position in the matter but he hasH received from the Circuit Judge of District a long letter bearing the fnl lowing testimony to his accurate eec traction of his duties under the BtaE utes Says Judge J M BeutontI have received and a cOpy of your instructions to the City Officers Your position fr cUarly cor reel A strict observance of these rules Ail I am sure secure better service Iron all offiiers and employee of theI city I read also your address to lheI Councilat its first meeting and I wantI to congratulate von upon the firm stand you have taken against some violations of the law that ate elltlrelv too common iti all our cities antI I hope your efforts will rid Richmond of these violations Anything that the Circuit Court call do to aid ouill the good work yon have undertaken ia yoUrs for theankinR and I hope you will feel no hesitancy in luting me know what I can do for yo LIIhis own State for legal vindication of iLls interesting to knowhis position yet that in Pennsylvania where like pro visions exist upon their statute books HS in Kentucky the Mayors stand is mphaJcally upheld The Philadtl phia Record says In the quo warranto proceedings brought in Comrnou Pleas Court No2 to oust C W Ziegler of Dnqneaue from his office of Councilman of that iicitytoddy directing that a writ r issue and that ZIegler py the costs Ziegler is a menber of a lumber firm rathatlumber It was not claimed or proven that he ever voted on a contract in which be was interested I It does not follow that in such in stances thit contractor gets more than the market warrants hut the rule here embodied in the law in the only safe rule and it should be rigidly enforced regardless of prices or personal pleas Further comment IB unnecessary Truly Mr Woods circular was what he f entitled it A Word to the Vitt W GtI t I Go through our big stock of fine handtailored Suits Overcoats and Raincoats none of which sold for less than 20 and most oi them at 2250 and 25 take your choice without limit at 15 You can l affordan extra suit or coat at this price cant you Fine allwool fabrics tailored in the I latest styleexcellent values at 18 1 Slaughtered to 1250 Thinkof the saving I CASH ONL We candidly elieve that no store in the ye values Circumstances compels goodjudgmentvantage of it J7 and J5 Suits and Overcoats for only 975 No creditSerious loss to us but itd betterIthan to carry them to next Choice of all our 1250 values for 875 Cash to one andall We start each season with a newIstock therefore we are forced our 10 Suits and Overcoats for 725 But we dont charge them Even our low priced suits are noted for correctness of Fit and good wearing Quality All 8and 9 Suits and Overcoats go for 575- CasU COVINGTG ImportantMeeting of City Council 1e one and Other Matters to b Dfactsstd OITORCLIVAx Please give me spac to announce that the City Council will meet Thurs IIIinowing to repairs fn prozrets on CityP Vlleis of special Intnie t 1trn8 tu ed or tltIbl 1t ijeot of the Telephone there being cutnd aiuit lodged with me by citizens reg rding alleged high prices and poord vice I have secured a cony of the r 1inal franchise of the Iompany und Its c terms and conditions will be made 1t known There is no record here so farif as I can ilnd of this franchise have secured a copy Irom the Nasho VillA headquarters of the company Let me announce to the public that the old City fall baa been sold for SO 000 cash to Mr Joe Tburtnan of this ity an I that the Building Committee f time Council Is making rapid progress n renovating the Roberts House prop rty purchased by the old Council andn that we hope to open it lor public sertvice early in February with an ex pendttire of less than tOO for repairsc rendering it suitable for all except the fire department This latter will be arranged as soon as sible temporary quarters beingI kindly loaned to us now by Mr man purchaser of the old property All citizens having bills against the City should file same together with all orders with City Clerk Faris state Bank on or before Thursday in order for the Finance Committee to audit same before the Council meets that to pats upon same Citizens invited to attend all meetings of the Council FateriiahiyrO 3 3u R W Miller Selected House Iklcgate to Divorce Congress Hon R W Miller of this city was selected by the House to Represent body in the Divorce Congtecs to ie held in Washington next month He was the unanimous choice of the Committee on Executive Affairs hi which the Governor recommendations were referred as soon as the Governors message was read the othea day Fri days Courier Journal says Representatives Vtrgii McKnight Will Clay brook Williain Klair and other friends of Mr Miller recognized in him a most suitable representative of the House and began to sound the members They found the sentiment practically uimiiimoinin Mr Millers favor One of the members stayed up considerable of the time last night trying to undo what the committee bud done He vorked fairly late in an effort to change sentiment for Mr Miller but even the members who voted against Mr Milkr for Speaker admire his ability KB a law Yt1r and his qualities as a fighter The effort to change hula adherents failed signallyRepresentative Alverson of Lincoln offered a resolution authorizing the Speaker to appoint a delegate to the divorce congress in Washington Rep resentative McKnightof Mason offered as a substitute the report of the Committee on Executive Affairs selecting K W Miller a the delegate from Ihe Housfl In taking the floor Mr Me said Your committee Mr iiSpeaKerwithout rerftml to unanimously selected the Hon K W Miller as the delegate to the divorce congress is bo held in Washington Wo have dona this because of hU Isknowledgethe decent and right thing to dotI The vote fort 1e substltt4WaA unat- Imous as was the vote on the resolu tion as amended urIftelephone or callahd see Zarnig jan242t I The mild weathras every one knows has been dead against the sale ofwin ter merchandise consequently we find ourselves greatly overstocked on heavy Suitsx Overcoats Underwear Gloves Footwear etc To carry this stok till next winter is out of the questionwe cant afford it we MUST have the room and the cashno matter what the sacrifice therefore we have decided to begin on i January 20th the greatest Slaughter Sale of high class seasonable merchandise ever held in Kentucky No man or boy can afford to miss this great sale theres Isomething here he needs or will need before the winter is gone and these Slaughter Prices make it great econo my to anticipate his wants for a year to come Be on time tie February JOth Bring th- eashpoiInotHng charged f i f iriift I t Lost itS 1y Ocean MK WILL S4IU u iRbUnr AMONG THE LOST li CKOr THE ia vu- I For over W tw and dutnay 4v0 iiungftirecfty like a alt of tht Treckingancoifli i i J tverydelernl II S VI iti We IJbm z etinittl know it1ft a patllenF er on the VuuliCwiiihi met herf onu near thSpt iTithtbuur last lundayon the I nitrIiuwtsteriu- cuast Mr Hom Kr haul been f- zile et fur souii 0o nd ulroinWashiiiugtocra pabsenger list J f 154 only a vety1t1 number have been rescued EvfeySJiorthns broil made by familyjaad frisnds to learn something fitill cl iNICtlte hope that he may be ally but all in vain Mortal mind canHianliv cxmcteve of the horrors of snob mgpictUrijhn crest- teamer after s tIisiroek did ot go down at once Out remained In ime surging Wari braulmaiiv of to plecfs mt iebyouie tiuoe P to her weakening sides went own into the briny IIPPI As stated before the accident occurred near mid ight1 off tho East sbre ol Vancouver sle Time weather iiing1 very thick be offictrs tnittJol eir position Ihio darkness prevented any observations and no bearings could be obtained consequently tile goojl shIp and all on- board were at tho mercy of the heartless waves When Ebe struck against the rocks the iihnuk was such as t ii awaken all on board who realized In a moment the hIwfulntRs of the dreadful h Newspaper atvountsotthe hor ibie catastrophe art bloodcurdling The horriblonees of tlm wreck and loss of life is doubly soothe our community since one of our most popular and- obest beloved young ijien is among time lost W S Hunje wis about thirtyI dix years old and ws 4he son of Mrs Eugenia Hume of tmjcity Heis alto survived by one brither Mr E ntHume aud two eistlrs Mrs Harvey Chenault and Mrs 9B Herrington Nor do they for every heart throbs In tenderesl sympathy fort them in their unutterable grief an woe No tiagedy of recent fears has befallen our cit which illS Lueed such uni veral sorrow Il ifialmost beyond sreasourecovered but every el brt will bomade to do l0 The Knlllhf J L frid Etke to both w 8A 1 pI exerting tbemgelve t find lila body iliit tJ ltiaYJitibrol ghL howl anti bumrui1 himathiIiis bcdve Blue Grass sodJ t Ji Eye Badly Ioj cdIHon Grant E 1f Cflered a severe and painful adcW5fltiiirtfia right eye one day last weIe jp hlle orkingat hl8 stove ty1hmoaCh43tme door thoI hot poker sllpp 1 jf struck himluI time eye It ie a fthoujiandi wonders member had nolbeea totally destroyed and the nimnnyIrierula of this genial getitleniiiti are coiuistuist1ng him that he fared no w6feei1i i Jll mood uInss1ig a 5L ozg Ptcb1blllly Prof Lipparigiit shout half the nunibsr oilkts tJtlsary to tim ii optiiflZ IIf tImeui4H e Ftjuru ary 12 and it tMttd wttli an earn est effort on thul lt1mull ju1tererteI the estatiliatinitttJtIie SChOOl is as slued Tlie bt Mtf aea 0C the towh are assuttinj P ftird fii ery way inmul arm inxiuii4M the business cc Igwoild advise a openingIrt 1lr Wm w i4Ianleed one student and lj t cine mmd do hikdwiS ie tnterested should send tmemrIluIm t the Climax ornte or SU pf ppJardat otice- p1 trr t Yf L J4t MiaUoa Official Made Defendants la suIts A mutt was lIed Friday by M F Arbuklo Shelby Jett A S Gott and N It Deatherage against ex Sheriff Jno K Wagers County Judge N B nrjum and ex County Attorney J Tevis Cobb The point to the suit is a warrant on the Tfea8arerfor750 pay able to Mr Cobl and signed by Judge urplui cotiiilerelgned by Juo Fi 1ryar I hit asrtiaaiifohiownc eay lust tlmevar- oectedTithe satt5r tiereuuu compfaluea cifujfuiev bring this suit fur then Reives stint all other citizens of Madison ountfsay on uty of Februarv 1903 the defuuidtiuth K Wngers was tho Clf qualified unit acing Sheriff of AlaiHson county that time defendant N B Turipin was the July elected qualified acti ng County Judge of Madison ennui ty and the defendant J Tevis Cobb was time duly elected qualified and acting County Attorney in and for Madison countyhFebruary 1003 ihe said N B Turin insiiKed writing which is in words and figures ax 101l0w3IJUDGES OFFICE Madison County CourtIRichmond Ky Feb 16 WOO Tlie Ttea urer of Madison county will pay to J Tetvis Cobb seven hun dred and fifiydllnrs 750 for claimI allowed at tuft May term 1904IuN B TURPINC Judge M ulison County Court To be countersigned by Sheriff JOHN F WAGERS Sheriff TliK iiiHtriiment of writing was en dorsed by the defendant Cobb and presented to time Treasurer of Madison county and the Treasurer paid to tho defendant Cobb by virtue of said writing time sum of seven hundred and fifty dollars and also at the May term f the Fiscal Con t of Madison county 903 time Treasurer of said county got credit for time payment cf said sum 0 money towit seven hundred and fifty dollars paid out on time writing atore said These plaintiffs say that the issue of said writing by defendant Turpin unauthoiized by law that in fact there wits no order of use May term 1002 or at ttiiy other term before the issue ot Haul writing allowing the amount cpfcilled in the writing afore aid to rvma Cobb and time defend ant Turpin at tin time hue signed said order knew that no such amount haul 5nTwVd to time defendant obbmu Yle Mayteim 1002 and the defendant John F Wafers i the time lie coun tetsigutd said writing knew that therr was no such order entered at the May term 1002 and that no claim had ever been certified to him from the pro ceedings ot hue May term 1902 show jug an allowance to the defendant Cobb for seven hundred and fifty dollars antI the said acts anti conduct on the part of time defendants Turpin illegalJdefmdant Cobb from the Treasurer of Madison county was wrong aad illegal and semIte was to the prejudice anti injury nf these people and all citi zens of MailtBm county and but for the joint vimm of these defendants the injury and illegal act could not have occurred amid the plaintiffs allege theIoi nVhereforp the plaintiffs for them uelvps anti for nil citizens of Madison isonIIfor seven lie dred sod fiftydollars and for their ciBis siud all relief to which thev may appear entitled tenor l and specific It LFarma atijliCity property lor sale 1 u VTB1B8LE II Rital Eetase Agt z I 7 J pj II I Boys Suits 1t Uo Weve slaughtered prices with only one end in view to rush the suits out and bring the cash in 3 50 A 4 0Knee Pants Suits latest styles ages from 3 to 16 choice for 2 154 50 I 300 Suits for 195 250 Suits for 165 Knee Pants SOc for 39c 75c for 55c 100 for 79c Boys Slipes Overstock of Boys Shoes and they must be sold in spite of the big ad It vance in leather 3 fine Box Calf and Patent Kidcto 225boys heavy school shoes 195 cut to 140 125 cut to 1 3jf W 1 r 150cforUnderwearallfor rHananAll doublesole winter styles slaughtered5 for 3 95550 for 4 25 f6 for 4 50 Heavy reductions on all footwear except WalkOver Shoes NeckwearCho- ice i of all our finest 50 and 75c Ties for 25 cts Slaughter prices on Shirts Hats Caps Suspenders Gloves Mackin toshes Duck Coatsbiggest saving on record for cash buyers T Little Pocket Physician HYOMEI INHALER THAT li GUARANTEED BY B L FlTODLETON TO tURh UTARRH Thousands who have been cured by Hyomei call time inhaler that comes with every outfit TIme little pocket physician as it is so small that it can be earned in time pocket or purse Prior to the discovery of Hyomei stiiiIs1ic ahiiiwd i mat atlcast97ont of- ry 100 insin this stale were iUf iImK tcaarriitjineic iJyimt are showi by NoMr p reeBta ti day of people saflTerihg from Catarrh There is really no excuse whatever anyone having catarrh now that Hy is so readily obtainable Ifyru ave any doubts about its vane B L Middleton wilt let yonhav a complete ouflt with Jie understanding that un easltcures catarrh it will not cost you a cent A complete Hyomet outfit consists of the little pocket physician a medi cine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei alltlcot only SI while additional mottle of Hyomei can be procured for 50 c nts tasking it the most economical as well as the most reliable treatment for the cure of catarrh Do not delay longer the use of Hyo mel if yon have catarrh This is a purely local disease and Hyomei goes right to tho spot where the catarrhal germs are present destroys them soothes and heals all inflammation anti makes a permanent and lasting cure I BANKS ttkt2 I An Effost to Obtain The Normal bcbool For Richmond The Commercial Club held an en thusiastic meeting last Thursday night the main business the discussion of ways and means to secure the location of one of the State Normal Schools at this place At the present term of the Genoral Assembly only one of these schools will be established and our newly organized Commercial Clubwill jiwiBfva big effort to get itrrr Rich 1 Conauderm g the induce iwe1lwvltea t4t4uthie old IUBivers Ut ttJ rvlauItoIl altnumber of SpieRdiCiaddressee by our business and profesdional men were made and it was agreed to send a com mitteu to Frankfurt to interview time Legislature on this important question anti hold up before them Richmond and her advantages This committee is composed of Judge A R Bur nam Hon J A Sullivan R R Bur nam W R Shackelford W B Smith C E Woods J Tevis Oobb J D Goodloe J B Chenault C G Wallace G W Gates 0 H Taught Judge C H Breck Rev Hugh McLellan C L Seamy Prof John Noland J R Gibson J 0 Chenault N B Death erage E T Burnam G E Lilly R E Turley and T J Smith These gen tIe men were instructed to proceed as they think best and if necessary invite the entire Assembly to Richmond to view them advantages and partake ot our hospitality A great deal of interest is being shown anti all feel hopeful of the outlook for a Normal school for this city Doris Footwear Dainty Shoes workmanship durability + Notwithstanding the great advance in + leather we are enable buying in large j quanties to sell you the above styles ins ladies shoes 200 also the same jjk style in a cheaper shoe 1 + Come and be convinced that is the place to buy your footwear 4 Rife ArnoldTh- e The One House H 7S 1 tS 7I 7E 1 1 I J tJt 1 1 zj tight with Moonshiners United States Marshall William Mays and Deputy Collector W T Short en gaged in an encounter with moon shiners on Red River last Thursday in which about twentyflye shots were fired One and perhaps more moon shiners were shot as was evidenced by a trail of blood leading into the roonn tame Neither of the officerel wounded They indesfroy ing a large copper still with a quantity Of beer and fllu llntfs Symsonla Ky Mari1iDr E W Hall tt Louis Mt Dear SirI would liketo become your agent for the smile of your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life ot one man whom twodoctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as pos sible DRAFFEN Symsonia Ky ATexas Wonder One small botlo1the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discover cures all kidney and bladder troubles rfcnioves gravel cures diabetes seminal e tin alone weak and lame backs rheuma lam and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by alt druggists 3m aytf 7I F 1 1 t That Doris Excel Four reasons one may see In fit style and last In by for for 50 this Price T jr succeeded iT I LACKEY RMILiOMIIi 3 J m- ll Wish You in1 1II A HAPPY NEW YEAR i lleleIer I eIeI X T eX lIreIE Louisville italic RaiW DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND Fr amband Cincinnati For Trvlne and Beattyrille 630 am For Irvine and Beattyvitle 1125 a m TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and Ui5amf- Mnclnrntl t KCSr Fmmnmittyvill and Irvine p m Prom BeaUyville and Irvine 710pnu HR iMITHGFPAVersalllea Ky R Wolnn Qe- OmceOlyndon Hotel HMiroon1 T LIN1 Time T i1c- Al No 3 Cincinnati and Knox Lv 114 p m ville Bx CM south bound 12M pm No2 Knoxville CinnatI 15 p m Express north bound 200 pm JJo Knoxvllle Cinnatl 416am Express north bound 410 am No I Knoxville It Clnnatl 11M pm Express south bound ll59pm No Stanford and Mays 6lSam ville Acom north bound C10 a m No Stanford and Maya 7Mpra ville Accm south bound 720 pm No 26 Richmond to Ml Vprnou Accm south bound 915 a m No 29 Cynthlana and 194i a m Stanford exp south 1250 pm 850 v m No 30 north bound 3 0pm iff To Hunters If you would know of aconnty which abouutis in tin key duck quail Fquir rels and other small game with many a good chance at deer get a copy of the new booklet Feathers and Fits on th Frteno It tells about huning and fiJiing in the Ozarks and in the St Francis Valley Sent free on re quest by A HILTON General P ssen gr Agent Frisco System St Louis Mo KILLTHECUCHAND KingsNew PriceFOR100 al Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK J- ih hv R O Hfwttot Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this linens We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky Stove wood and kit dung for sale cheap at Hume Cooperate Co novl52nr Did You Ruin your phristmas cake or turlej because of that old worn o- utSTOVEif so come to us for a new one We carry the best thats made In our store can be found everytliing carried in a ilrstciass Hardvvarestore Our line of fine Cutlery is complete The farming season is not far off and our store is headquarters for implements of all kinds Our motto is to please our customers Come in and see us CO E1Doiiglus Co Main Street Richmond Ky U I Let Us Show You VIIJ j1I L That is a modest1eqiJsb- z I We dont ask you to buy merely ask you to let us show you our Wall Papers Even if you you have IVeintention of buying we want to show you if you have decided to buy elsewhere want to show you We believe that we offer better valuesvalues which you will I admit are betterthan you can get any S where else We desire to have you lookat the Papers and see for yourself if our con viction is not well formed We believe I that it is Let us show you I Perry and Thomas I Telephone 75 We are Bound to keep Your Trade The advance business for fall has begun The opportunity for special bargains and nice selections from new stock is now yours Furniture m ri Carpets and W Mattings t ej v Jand if the goods suit we makerthe price sx H u t f 0 1 W S OLDIJAMR- ICHMONDS KY A Bargain If you wish to buy a bargain all you have to do is get a bottle of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin and use it at the least sign of headS iche dizziness constipation bilious ness indigestion etc This small in vestment will be the best bargain you youhealthSold by Perry Thomas at 50c and 1100 Money back if it falls When a clock strikes it literally tells time How to Avoid Pneumonia We have never heard of a single In stance of a cold resulting in Pnen monla or other lung troublt when Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Dr Q J Bishop of Agnew Mich writes I have used Folevs Honey and Tar in three verysevere cases of pneumonia with good results in every case Cyclones will never break into the popular air clas- sCorning Events You can tell you are in for a dan gerous sickness as soon as you begin to suffer from headache constipation biliousness etc unless you quickly SyrupPepsinfor all disorders of your digestive organs never falls to give relief from all the irritant poisons kept in by kidneysSold100 Money back if it fails Memory is a Nemesis that is con stantly on our trail Four Hundred Babies- St Vincents Infant Asylum Chica go shelters homeless waifs awaiting adoption and there are nearly 400 babies there Sister Julia writes I cannot say too much in praise of Eoleys Honey and Tar for coughs coughContainssure Ask for Foleys Honey apd Tar and insist upon having it as it is a safe remedy and certain Jn results Refuse substitutes Sold by B C Stockton was never intended to beIKnowIege vanityand it isnt The Original orlginatcdHoneyremedy and on account of the great merit and popularity Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered FoleysHoneystitute offered as no other preparation will give the same saiifaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opi ates and is safest for children and del icate persons Sold by R C Stock ton Eat not to dullness drink not to elevation Another Good Mn Gone Wrong He neglected to take Fileys Kidney Cure at the first signs of Kidney trouble hoping it would wear away BrightsdIseasenoluJ Fc itgjKldney cure is taken at disappear9IJin W iotihd andwell A R Bass uptenhid a severe backache and pains iu FoleysKidney A fool throws kisses but the wise man delivers them in person A Grim Tragedy is daily enacted in thousands of homesas Death claims in each one t another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated the trag edy is averted F G Huntley of Oaklandon Ind writes My wife had the consumption and three doc tors gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the germs of all dig eases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50c and 100 by R C Stockton druggist Trial bottle ire Getting married deveops the detec tive instinct in the most trusting of women Sickening Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This especlalbenetitcurative influence on the disease systemIthaving none of this drugs bad after effects E SMundayof Henrietta Tex writes My brother was jiundlcotillsaved his life At It C Stocktons drug store price 60c guaranteed sllarSpoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writer I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years bu nothing wculd cure it until I used Bucklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure heeler for cuts burns and sores 25c at R C Stocktons drug store It is better to tear out than to be j trust out Farms and City property for sale J W TKIBBLE Real E4isteAgt We mean you Please calllldset tie your account at once 13dec3oi Jones Mention Dan H Breck Fire Life and Accident Insurance 10jan4t A diploma 4 jawljsjw fe tsIghieM 1o WsiuL i f i n i t During the early part of the New tear we hope to have completed to new addition to our building now under eonructio9making our storeroom one of the largest and most spacious in the jty IWe announce this great pleasure because we feel sure OUr patrons will be glad of the Information thtt we are to hae a house second to none in Richmond Our plans always have been and will bein the future to serve our customers in a way so as to merit their confidence and you will find our prices always lower that the same goodcan be had elsewhere Furthermore we will be enabled tocarry much larger assortments which will be selected with the greatest care and with the interest of ourpatrohs always at heart We thank you forthe confidence bestowed On us jn the past and very I espectfuUy and cot dially ask that during the incoming year you will call see oui styles and get our prices because w will h v gopds and make prices that we hope will increase our business transactions with each other Wishing you unbounded prosperftyrwe are j j 7r Verj respectfully ours c tACKEY HAMILTON ICorner First and Main Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY e IiI Ie eIxe I IeltI I IeIeI rfB IIGreatly in Demand t Nothing is more In demand than a medicine Which Meets modern requirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to cura stomach and liver troubles Try them At It C Stocktons drug store 25c guaranteed One can be buried in oblivion without the aid of an undertaker Stomaeh Cure for Colds It may seeiif queer to you that most colds begin in your stomach but its true Many a weak stomach chronic indigelion obstinate cnnsti pation etc weaken you al over and make you an easy pray to ay diseaie that may be stalking around To cure a cold taku a good ilose of Dr Caldwells laxntlve Syrup Pepsin a hot bath and u good nights rest To prevent colds keep your digestion in good order with lr Caldvvells laxa tive Syiup Pepsin Quick relief for constipation biliousness etc Try it Sold by Perry Ibomas nt 50c and 100 Money back if it fails Repentance irtikeervise the only kind worth the name must he kept up Good News MANY R1HMOND REFERS HAVE HEARD IF AND fROtHED THEREBY Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers in Richmondare glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach Many a lame weak and aching back is bad no more thanks to Doanjj Kid ney Pills People are toiling the good news of their ex per ence with the Old Quaker Remedv Here is nu example readingMrs Smith of Main Street Nichclasville Ky says I suffered for some time with my kidneys and was always un the outlook for some thing to or tide me over an at tack While reading a notice in on papers about Doans Kidney Pills it occurred to me thy might give a lit stoppedtheback and relieved the urinary weak ness which had at times greatly an noyed me I thoroughly believe that any preparation which acts up to the representations made for it like Uoans Kidney Pills can not be too well known I earnestly ad viso all those Buffering with kidney complaint to give Doans Kidney Pills a good fair trial Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid dletons drug store and ask what his reportFor dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilbiirn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other I Every man has a grievance and every woman has at least a dozen THE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD ggAt all Saloons Groceries Cafes and Stands- Sc a Bottle Imp tHt bar je of Time on Sentht rn Railway On Friday December 1st the fol lOTiihg changes In time of Southern Railway trains will become effective No1 now leaving Louisville at 740 a m will depart at 800 a in No 9 now leaving Louisville at 350 p m will depart at 330 p m No 23 now leaving Louisville at 725 p m will depart t745 p m No 24 nowjeavinir Lexington at 610 a m will depart at 545 a m No 2 now leaving Lexington at 530 pm will depart at 500 p tn Corresponding changes will be made at local stittions and passengers in tending to use these trains should son suit ticket agents fir complete ijfor matiun 0 H HUXOERFOKD DPA Strayed or Molea From Kingston Madison county Ky January 17 1900 one bav horse about 8 years old 15 hands high with a few white hairs on the Mr side of neck near mane Also one sorrel mare 12 or 15 years old thought to be with foal holds her head one sided A liberal reward will be given for Information leading to the recovery of said hrses or return of them to C 0 Lamb 24jan2t Kingston Ky Its a safe bet that those who practice Ist are notalwys a howling success THE LIVER QUARANTINE ht fIT TASraO HIS MEALS OUT Hurried eating has ruined many a raaaj proteasliverbalksalmost counUessUls assail the man who endeavors to economize lime at the expense of hlshe3lth- qAtoipid liver causes quarantine ofthe thediseasedrermsfun play invitIng some serious illness usedaknowit so are all stomach ailments sa well as indigestion dyspepsia hcartbara blIeraffeetions remedy4I1wtdrttjIs a l tIt 1h 4 Vt1 P 0 rt1cpikaL1I rr nBrOr intinnLURi1w y The Midland Route METAIILEIp 1 25 a 7 20 p p325p511 p1t42A Winch eater L 7L9ft245p iSp400pMpGGEO B HARPER C W HAYS Prea and Gen Snpt OP A Qmmiuioners ale The Berea Banking Co Pit against W T Mahafley Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order ol sale of the Madfoon Circuit Court ren dered at the October Term thereof 1005 in the above style cause the undersign ed will o- nMondaysI Feb 5 06 between the hours of 10 oclock a in and 11 oclock Ii m at the court house Kybeingexpose to public sale to the highest and heat bidder the following described property viz A Certain Rouse and Lot situated in Berea Madison county Ky adjoining the lots of MN Early usa cj Ramsey etc being the lot owned by Ellen Mahatfay at her death Or a sufficient qiinniity thereof to produce the sum or 153 35 the amount of money so urdeied to be made and the costs hereo- fTERISSale will be made on a credit otsix months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of tin purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal inter est from day of sale with a lien re served UpOlt SKid property until all the purchase motley is paid- S H THORPE M C M OO Dmmi ioners ala SWPiggetc PIlls against Peter Gallagher Deft Notice of sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison dircuit Court rendered at the October Term thereol 1005 in the above style cause the un derignedwill on Monday February 5 1906 Between tha hours ot IU oclock a in and II oclock a In at the Court HOUSH cnltnlyKyceCil lo fcxpost to Pubic Sale to thu followingdescribed A Certain Tnct or Parcel of Land In Beieti Madison county Ky cot tiiinin 2 9 10 acres on East side ol Boone Street adjoining the lands of A W Titus and Hie lot Fold by E P Fairchild to s W 1ige Ac for a more pal ticuar dHMiriptioti of taid lot refer ence Is hereby made to the Judrmnnt of sate Miterfil IiKreiu and the exhibits on fllin said cas Or a Miflicinnt quantity thereof to produce tho sum of SHI20 the amiuni of money FO ordered to be made and the costs of this sale TERMS Sale will l o made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be re zuired to give bond with approved security fur the payment of the purchase mousy tu have the force siul effect ofa Judgment hearing legal Interest from tin dav of sate with a lien reserved npni said property until all the purchase money is paid R H THORPE M C M C C Public Sale- of Kentucky Blue Grass Farm To pay my debta I will sell on Wednesday Feby 7th J906 on the premises my farm of acres to the highest and beat bidder Will offer as a whole anti in tracts as follows TKACT ONE 89 acres well watered and fenced onethird in rass balance Iu cultivation has common louse of five rooms and tobacco and stock barns TRACT TWO 98 acres well watered and fenced all In grata tobaccobarnTRACTTDREFAbou of tight room Ice potilli v ine t servants granery and bugijy houses orchard and earden two tenant honses stock ami tobacco barns etoct lorl30headthe center thiS bold 5 months feed for head of cattle This farm is abont half Jn balance In hieh state of cultivation An Ideal country home cloae to schools and cburcUes and in beat of neighborhoods TRACT F UH Abont 130 Acrea all in grass but 15 acres well watered anil fenced has bouse of elgut rooms orchard all necessnrv oubniidiiigs block TbIlarmjaaltuatedjnclark abouthaltEltaUroadaInrlhrpsrtlclllar andstockJ C SCOBEE AVINOHESTEIl KY Tie Hissourl Facific KaUway CoStLul mil MoontalnjSr Southern Railway 0 Special Hound Trip Hotneeeekers Excursion Tickets vvill tie on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and Feuiuary 1900 to vast tenltory In Missouri Kansas Colorado Arkansas New MezicoOId Mexico also to all points In Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territory at a rate of less than one fare for the round trip from St Louis rib eral stopover privelegee Return limit of tweutyoue days also on siituw datea will sell oneway second cla c colonist tiakete to wme territory at greatly reduced rates Avail yourself 6T this reot opportunity to vl lthlcountry which iauoW attrattiiisi the attention of tint Houieseeker81l1 In vestor For esrlp1Jv Literature and further Information aJdresa JIH TOWNSEND G I TA St Louis Mo- At AOiirtGHEBrD 1 iJ414wllitu lIClutatIQ 3 f J + ir 3STJ ft tdf L2 Cr i SEE P M Pope the Hardware man of Richmond about Diamond Edge goods Every piece warranted Try a Diamond Edge Ax- t Chopping wood may not be a pleasure J llIII but it is certain that the hard work of it may be made less by the use of an ax that 1made right Try a Diamond hi Edge worth every cent it COts t D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY J 0 D OHENATJLT ATTORNEYSATLAW ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nIts grocery D iV MILLER ATTOBKKTATLAW RICHMOND KBXTOCX- TOOco n the Bnrnam Building nextdoor to armera National Bank feb3ly JA SUJIZVO ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office overState Bank Trust Co op oosite Court House on Main Street u LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office ovrrTaylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY JJ GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Oflic over C ATayIor8hardwareBtore opposite Court louse Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Hours 810 to It a m 2 to 4 pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice ArnMs Res Tele 525 BICHWONf KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Bulldlne MlXVE RICHMOND KENlUUriY Mar shall K Denny Dentist Office over State Bank 3 Trust Co Telephone 236 RICHMOND KY VM Blanton = DENTIST WOfflce la Bennett Building tjaniy TELEPHONE 196 A FAMILIAR FACE Tfie likeness ol DK wn CAUIWEI appears on every package ol thDrICaidwells SYRUP PEPSIN Cnstlp8IonJlIotlsncss tad Fevers Caused by Bowel and Stomach dii rders Every genuine package ja dMtjirulshrd T this trade niuk Ynar drujulst iJbe glaJ o cell you either the or 100 bizr Sold by PrL9 Thomas Perfection in Pianos at Mont negro Riehms We fifteen famous in ikes in- eluding Mason Haihlin Hazeiton Haines Bros Kin tsiinrj Decker SonShuhrJ Armstrong Marshalitil Wendell A Piano in the hpmegenprntp i rc fining influeacn and places ihorthe daughter in a musjcal utii iiiere arYotherto bear It also prepares HitIll to LclthclrIJlace in the vvurj Iwst Something now a piano h IlheCeciliaa concealed Every taste andecry 1ura linde satisfaction O tTO Bt ltt e e 146158 West Maui Sirwfc Lexington Kentucky 7CattltVaal We have on hand iljoanfri l2snrks- nf foddkitnct iRt5Q or 1i fl u lui 9 i7Jt1 r r 7 t y rc ec IIJDJ Louisville and Nashville R R AnyPolntseU spaceOnewayExcurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimeThroughSleepers trio Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKtA TRW Consult yonr Local Agrnt who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton N Richmond Ky 1WM ONEIL Ticket Seller jNERVICOR RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY L3 u wurilillGiIlJteS men wno are strong In phytleaL andperaonalTo attain tuls the nrat requisite is good H and ai=flYIngP Calm Nrvc wonnauiaJquallyrrlcetLOOabox Six for too pootnau with a guar orbeneittdpsaa Us L For sale by E C Wines WANT A H MB1 IoijIf furnish yon onpanykind you want Ve have sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses business houses and business propositions If You Want a Farm arelookingments where located how much you are willing to invest arid any other havefarinaand we are certain to interest yon if you are on the market A postal card will bring you one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Co R E YOUNG Sit Pres Lebanon Ky Mules For Sale T will have for sale for the next three or four months a supply of good WQrk mules and desire to inform all who may wish to purchase firstclnsa stock to call on or write the niilcrpi rne l handLstthisdecl73m Red House Ky Kentucky Blue Grass Farm for Sale SOdaysbftwpenIttractsTract orchardicetobaccobarnscattle barn for 130 head containing an feelforwatered and is an ideal country home andtwotobacco thistractdescriptionFor further particulars call on or write JCSCOBEE 20no5t Winchester Ky 4j it CJ VuS Tn E BEST ESWJSUCHT I ThjfT5OJM1c4 TRUSS rr rt FrOlrtKitchen to Parfdr tFurniture Queensware JrJMatting Beds and Bedding IICooking and Heating Stoves Your home furnished complete with new andJattractive goods We solicit your trade I Jguarantee satisfactionfwill save from 10 to 20 per cent j Luman ct JiiJJLnS Main street opposite Hotel Glyndon tRichmond Ky S r 4tThere is nothing like GOOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flourt Out mill turns out the very best that can be hado Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Ojr brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY lAyers Pills Pills againAyersmade indigestion biliousness sickheadache sugarcoated mildly laxative JCerCothe Wanted For Our Army Wanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men between the ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the United States of good character and temperate habits who speak read RecruitingOfficer Chance to See the World JVJNCHESTEANUACK BLACK POWDER SHELLS Thea Nublack is a grand good shell i good in construction good because it is primed with a quieand primer and good because carefully and accurately loaded with best brands of powder and shot It is a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting evenness pattern and strength to withstand reloading A trial will prove its ALL DEALERS SELL THEM 3 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IftLong distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you talk almost anywhero In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We put you la quick and satisfactory communication with the I countryWeable Equipments and facilities unsur passed A55 Eo C A WELt J W HUNTER JU pq rMORE CHEAP RATES TOI TEXASArkansas rareplnB2Hound way fare From Memphis Cairo or St Louiavia CUttoil Belt Koute February 6 and Btopvers both ways and 21 days ret limit fluronndtrip ticket yourdateto en and we wi higive you full informs by retBrBniall L c BARRY T P AI Cotton Belt iocte 82 Todd Bldjr LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY cSiet yp31r c4thepdhoes to Rb3ig4p4pi Hswk Coiu r lTtiio4 sock Yaru dMU Ohio and resve irtt is c 44 W1 i fl f J 7 9 i fi 4j 1l1c Y Pills The best liver pills ever They cure constipation All vege table can sure the of excellence to can 20 tion taIli Golden Flora dealersnave business a 1N E U MAtI C TOOL PIAN1t which will enable ni10 do better work than everbefore They have a larg assortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call and inspect their htock and work Satisfaction guaran teed i60fden o Flora iJP t lj i Ij j I II II I LIIIEI tIcJl J ftJ t EIL1IileJEIt IEllElfEll = = IIEJ 1 Im 13 e LGKEY HAMiLTON I Wish You JL e IHAPPYNWYEARr 8 TIr II T f igoi1io AtluUc Ri1rQ Q I DAILY EX SUNDAY tTRAINS LEAVE RIOHMONDI For 6OOambyvUleJinrt Cincinnati For Irvine and BeattyvUIe 620 am For ItvSne and Beattyvlllo 1125 a m TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llnSajn rinclnnmtl SC5r m PTOIP neattyrilir and Irvine 1 30 p m From Beattyville and Irvine 710pjn ILR 3MITUGFIAVersailles KY R A Wonlams RA- OIceQIyndon Hotel Richmond 1L N I Tim T l Ar No3 CiricUnatI and Knox Lv 1216 p ni vllle Eiiiss south bound 1255 pm No2 Knoxville Clnnati 155 pm Express north bound 200pm No 4 Knoxville o CJnnaU 405 am Express north bound 410 am No Knoxrllle Sc Clnnati 11M p m Express south bound 1159 pm No 10 Stanford and Mrs 610 am vllle Accm north bound 610 am No 11 Stanfordand Mays 720P m Tille Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to Mt Vernou Accm south bound 915 am No 29 Cynthlana and J94iJam Stanford expsouth 1250pm- sss50pm No 20 north bound S Op- mHuntersTo IT you would know of county which abounds in turkey dnck quail pquir rels and other small game with many a good chance at deer get a copy of the new booklet Feathers and Fins 5on tbf Frisno It tells about huning and fishing in the Ozarks and in the St Francis Valley Sent free on re quest by A HILTON General Passen ger Agent Frisco System St Louis Mo KSLLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Br Kingsa New Discovery hFSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Jilf hv R O Ntncktnn Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this lineJ We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky Stove wood and kit dUng for sale cheap at Hume Cooperage Co nov52in I r Did You Ruin your christmas cake or turLey because of that old worn put r Vk STOVE r s if so come to us for a new one We carry the best thats made In our store can be found everything carried in a firstclassSHardwaref t i ffne f i cqmte iuJiE far ingtor1ThiiIJG 4oLI fr Sn1mntsof a1kindsOumottOustOip1eaSCS OUtcu tomers mP1lluan see us I ci E1 Douglas Co r Main Street Richmond Ky J L55ISJI aIlLetUs Show Youtt That is a modest requesLtWe dont ask you to buytWe merely ask you to let us show you our i new Wall Papers Even if you you have Al 1 i no intention of buying we want to show you tEven if you have decided to buy elsewhere we want to show you We believe that we offer better valuesvalues which you will- anyAt Papers and see for yourself if our con is not well formed We believe- Itll it5is Let us show you Perry and Thomas it I Telephone 75 1i1SI We are Bound to keep SI Your Trade The advance business for fall hbegun kThe opportunity for spe iaLbargtijisand selections from new stod1iis now yours v y Furniture 35L I- Crpetd 5Mattings 4 y pricejL I W sc OLDHAM Ji I RICHMOND KY 5T i c IPtw f a A BargainIIf you wish you have to do get a bottle of Dr Oaldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin nd use it ot the least of head constipsUonbUlllusjness vestment will be the best bargain you ever bought Jor it will bring you ealth at a nominal cqst Try it thLOOWhen a clock strikes it literally tells time How to Avoid Pneumonia We have never heard of a single In stance of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other lung trouble when Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the mugs Auk for Foleys Honey and Tar refuse any substitute offered Dr C J Bishop of Mich writes have usedFolovs Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results in every case Cyclones will never break into the popular air class Coming Events You can tell you are in for a dan gerous sickness as soon as you begin constipationbiliousness SyrupPepsnfor all disorders of your digestive or gans never fails to give relief from all the irritant poisons kept iu by kIdneysSold100 Money back if it falls Memory is a Nemesis that is con stantly on our trailwFour Hundred Babies St Vincents Infant Asylum Chica go shelters homeless waifs awaiting adoption and there are nearly 40- Cbabies there Sister Julia writes 7 cannot say too much in praise of Eoleys Honev and Tar for coughs c toldsContains no opiati and is safe and sure Ask for Foleys Honey nnd Tar and insist upon having it at it is a safe remedy and certain ill results Refuse substitutes Sold by B O Stockton was never intended to be IKnowIegevanityand it isnt The Originalt originatedHoneyremedy und on account of tho great merit acE popularity Foleys Honey and liiany Imitations are offerett fOr ithe penniae Ask for Ioleyal H qney1n and refuse any sub preparationwill opites a icate persons Sold bylt C Stockton Eat not to dullness drink nut to elovatlon Another Good MoOn Gone Wrong He neglected to take Fleys Kidney Cure at the first signs of Kidney trouble hoping it would wear away and he was soon a victim of Bright S Indclaybulnce the symptoms will disappear thakidneys are strengthened and you are soon sound and well A B Bass f Morgantown Ind had to got up en or twelve times in the night and a severe backache and pains in ho kidneys and was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by R C Stockton A fool throws kisses but the wise man delivers them in person A Grim Tragedy i 1shomes as Death claims in each one another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted FG Huntley of Oaklandon Ind writes My wife had the consumption and three doc tors gave hemp Finally she took j Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the germs of all dis eases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50c and 100 by R C Stockton druggist Trial bottle free Getting married deveops the detec j tive instinct in the nibst trusting of women Sickening Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can bojrelieveil and cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of especial benefit in malaria for it exerts a tiue curative on the disease drivingit entirely out of the system is much to be preferred to Quinine having none of this drugs bad aftereffects E S Munday oi Henrietta verylowtill ho took Electric Bitters which saved his life At RC Stocktons drugstore price 50c guaranteed A womans adjectives are always larger than heridea- sSpoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of New York at one beautyspoiledwlthskintrouble Rheum or Eczema for years bu nothing wcnld cure it until I used Arnica Salve A quick and sure hosier for cuts burns and sores 25c at R C Stocktons drug store It is better to tear out than to be trust out Farms and City property for sale D W TniDDEE Real Estate Ajjt Wemean you Please call and set tie your account at once 13dec3m Jones AMershon Dan H Breck Fire Life and Accident Insurance 10jan4t A diplomats jawbona Is mightier than his sword iI tJ f J ILJt 111lyrto to have mpl ted to new addition to our building now under cOljstruetio making YeaPDuring th the Nw we hope ure because we feel sure ourthisour storeroom one of the largest and most spacious itt the city We announce Richmond Our plans always have been and WIll patrons will be glad of the information that we are to have a house second to none and in will find our prices atway lower that the same be in the future to serve our customers in a vay so as to melittheir confidence you WhICh will be selected with the goods can be hadelsewhre furthermore we will be enabled to carry much larger 3Jg bestowed on us In the past and greatest care and with the interest of our patrons always at heart jWe thank yoi for and get our prices because we will have very and cordially ask that during the incoming year you llVsfn our other styles Wishing you unbounded prosperity we goqdsandmakepriceshat we lioi win increase our business t1 are Very respectfully yourS LACKEY HAMILTONCorne First and Main Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY Tei T TeIeI Ie II II IIeIIa aa Greatly in Demand Nothing is more in demand than a medicine which meets modern requirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings Now Life Pills They are just youneed to euro stomach and liver troubles Try them At U C Stocktons drugstore 25c guaranteed One can be buried in oblivion without e aid of an undertaker j Stomach Cure for Colds IIt may seem queer to olhthal colds begin in your stomncbt but its true lanv a weak chronic IndigotionJ obstinatu consti pation etc weaken you nil over and make you an caiy pray to ay disease that may bo stalking around To cure a cold taka a good dose of Dr Caldwells laxntive Syrup P psln a hot bath and a uoud nights rst To prevent colds kcnp your digestion in good order with Dr Caldwellfl laxative Syi up rpln Quirk relief for constipation biliousness etc Try it Sold bv Perry Thomas at 50c and t 100 Money back if it lulls Repentance is like oxereIie the only kind worth tIlt name must bo kept up I Good NewsdMANY R1HHOND REFERS HAVE HEARD If AND PROfilED THEREBY Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers IniRichmond are glad to learn prompt relief is within tlmlr reach Many a lame weak and aching back- si bad no more thanks to Doana Kid ney Pills People are telling the good news of their taper ence with the Old uaker Kerned v Hero iau example readingMrs Smith of Maui Street Nicbolasville Ky says I suffered- or some time with my kidneys and was always on the outlook for some thing to help or tide mo over an at tack While reading a notice Inbu papers about Deans Kidney Pills it occurred tome thy might give a lIt stoppedthoback and relieved the urinary weak ness which had at times greatly an noyed tne thoroughly bulievo that any preparation whlcn nets up to the representations made font like Uoans Kidney Pills can not bo too well known I earnestly advis nil those ButTering with kidney complaint to ive Doans Kidney Pills a good fair rial Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid- dlctons drug store and ask what customers report Foraalq aiLt1eirs Prlcp O cents FosTe MUburWCffilf Buffalo N X so awentg l17 United S SSS Reembeft4i0 nffloDsandft no t1 J Evcryinailhas nJ Inceandevery woman has at least a dozen THE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN TIlE WORLD At all Saloons Groceries Cafes and Stands Be a Bottle Imp cllal hinge of Time on Stutl1crn Railway On Friday December 1st the fol lowiiiR changes in time of Southern Railway trains will become effective No 1 now leaving Louisville at 740 a m will depart at 800 a m No 9 now leaving Louisville at 350 pm will Depart at 830 p m No 23 now leavllll Louisville at 725 p m will depart at 745 p m No24 now leavintr Lexington at C10 a m will depart at 545 a ni s No 2 now leaving Lexington at 630 p m will depart at 500 p m Corresponding changes will bemade Istiltmation 0 H HUNOERFORD DPA Strayed or Moleo KyJanuary I 8 years old 15 hands high w t1la few white hairs on the h ft side of neck near mane Also one sorrel mare 12 or 15 years old thought to b with foal holds her head one sided A liberal reward will be given for fn formation leading to orretumiotthem24jan2t Kingston KyI Its a safe bet that those who practice b sf are not alw a howling succesp THE LIVER QUARANTINE trTAXING HIS MBAIS OUT Hurriedeating has ruined many a maRl The diKeStion 1estroying pro cess is gradual often dat first liverbalksalmostcountIess ills assail the man who endeavors to ecoBomiietimeat the expense of his health 4A torpid liver causes a quarantine of the diseasedgerms iUnessqln Unknownheartburnheadachestions No should 1qTWot XTv Hfe t = 1 = L a a w a S a rr nKOrt Citi R i1w y The Midland Route LOrAL TIS1I3 TABLE KY OEtrrUALii n POINTSth 2 8 200L Frankfort 1125 ap 20P a 8 m2Sp6 11 42 a A Winchester a p 8 a A MaysTtlle LI545ioii5P 15Pl9 21a A CynthUna L p 02p D III P A Richmond L 7lOa MpI- I 30 a A Cincinnati L 2 M P EOI1IUAUPkItO OW HAYS Gen Supt OP A f ommiuionua ab J The Banking Uo Pit a alnstIW T i Jotice of Sale in Equity Byvirtue ol a judgment and order ot sale of the Maiison Circuit Court ron dernd at the October Term thereof 1905 iu thFnbovestvlo cause the undersign ilwillonM9nday 1 Feb 5t06between theItcsoflO oclock n m nd II oclock a in at the court house- oorla Richmond Madison county Ky being county uurt day proceed to oxnoae to publics sale to the and best bidder tlio following described property viz A Certain Mouse and Lot aKydjoiningjc Ramsey Ott sing tho lot owned by Eln MahntTV her death Or n sutllcleiitquaniitv thereof to produce tIt Hum ofSl 335thu amount of mon y RJ uidetetl to bo made end tnn costs hereo- fTEItMSSak will bo made on a credit ot six months The purchaser Iproyotjpurchase money to have the force and eflect of a iud mtlnl bearing legal interIest from day of sale with a re served upon sqid property until all the purchase money ie 85II THORPE M O M J O ommisij n r s l JSWPIgeto P11Th against Peter Galfajfher Deft 9IiOf Ha1e in Equity By vlrh160J 1tgmont and Order of Sale otho 1l Circuit Court rendered athethober Term thereof W05 ill the alate cause the tin derinediwlllolij tfetiary 5 5906 Between stIii tprk 1 10 ocluok a m- nJ 11V JCt ifrT HourlHolIlt lUnntyKycewl to 6xnuse tiBubic Snltt to the tulluwlnjtdA Certaii lYsct0frParceI of Land In fleiet MndIitOuut Ky con tainin 2 010 acres on East side of Boone Street udjnininp the lands of A V 1i illS suit the lot fold by E P Fairchild in 8 W PIJl tr c for a I1nre particular li enptlon of said lot refer ence is hereby uiaiie to the Jmirmont of sale onttred lirein and the exhibits on file in said iras Or a suillcifnt quantity thereof to produce th euo of 11120 the aulnnnt of money RO ordered to be made and the costs of tls sale 5 TERMS Sale will lie made un a credit of BIX months Th purchaser will be re zuired to give bond with approved security for the payment of the put chase money to have the force end effect of a Judgment hearing legal in terest from the day of sate with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money pair rH THORPE M C IO 0 SPtibic Sale of Kentucky BlueGrass Farm To pay my debts I will sell on Wednesday Feby 7th 9O6- onthepremIeamyiarm of 67o acres to the and best bidder Will oUeras a whole and in tracts as follows TRACT ONE 89 acres well watered and fenced onethird In grass balance lc cultivation hat common houao of five rooms and tobacco and stock barns TFACTTWO- 98aereawehIwatnnIancIfenced all Jn grass toDaccobarnTRAcT THREE About 250 acres has modern d7elllng of tight rooms Ice poulnv uie t servants granery twotenantforisoheadthe center th t holds months feed far 130 head grussbAluneecuntry home Close to schools and churches aud in beat of neighborhoods UBAbout 15 acres well watered and fenced haa house of clgnt rooms orchard alt necessary outbuildings tock Thl8farmubouthalfERatlroaparticulartime and price sellfanuinz implements and stock J C SCOBEE WINCHESTER KY The Missouri Faclfic IIWarCos Loub Iron Moontairi Southern Railway Co Special ItonntJ Trip HomeseekerV Excursion Tickets ill be on sale first and third Tuesdays Of January and February WOQta vast territory in Missouri Kansas Colorado Arkansas NewMeiico OTchIerico atsi to all points in Texas Oklahoma anti Indian Territory ala rate of less than one fare for the round trip from St Louis Lib eral stop over priveleges Return limit of twentypne dajs nl8Qon same dates will 1eIliewaysecond cia s colonist t1k1fsame territory at greatly rates Avail yourself of this rare pp lortunity to vUft the country whichs now attracting the attention of tliq Moineseeker n 1 In ventor For Iecriptive Literature and fUrl her inforii l don address H O TOWCSCPG P4St LousMoitA A TALLAQIIJ4f DD A 5it r c r H f 4W SEE PM Pope e Hardware man of Richmond about Dia ond Edge goods Every piece warranted Try a Diamond Edge Ax- I Chcipphig wood maynot be a p1eaurcI- 1 but it is certain ihat the hzrdwoik o- fki axtkL D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Businoss Solicited SSatisfaction Guaranteedo RICHMOND KY 0 D M OEEEIAULT- ATTOREYS4TLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ulta grocery toN MILLER ArroaserATLawU- IouNolan KBKTUCXT Office n the Uamam Building next door to armers National feb3ly StrIJI IVAJA ATTOHSSYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Beak Trust Co op oosite Court House on Main Street LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylor Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY LJ GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Office over C A Taylorshardware store opposite yourt House Dr GGPerry Physician and Surgeon Hours 810 to 11 a m 2 to4 pn- Cilicewith Dr Baits over Rice ArnMa Res fele 535 RIQII ION K7 Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PlHNS RICHMOND KBNrUOKY Marshall K Dennv Dentis OffiCe over State Dank Trunt Uo Telephone298 niOUMOND KY vM Blanton a DENTIST JTSOQce iu Bennett Building IanhlTELEP11OE in A FAMILIAR FACE Thellkenessof DR WB CALDWELL apptirs on cvcrj pacVaseot r LiCaIdweIIs SYRUP PEPSINhe reliable mediclnd for Dyspepsia Cnstlpa Ion BIlIousnessour Stomach t1cadache tnd Fevers Causctl ijy Bowel and Stnraach dis- Inters Erery ifonutlepackagc is distiacuishcd this trademark Your druggist w1 b Klad o sell jmu tltbor tluvSOcor SIOO size So14by Pzrty Thomas Perfection in Pianos at Montenegro Riehm s We carry lifteri famous makes in eluding MaSon Ifamlin Hazplton HaineS BljIKingslinry Decker Son S hulHrr Armstrong larsha1ad Wendell A Piano in thehoniqgenrata n refining Influence and places ihu or the daughteri i musical atm f hero which is more elevatintj tlmn any other Influence that could broiight- toboar It alioprenarns ttpnin to take their place icuthe vcr bust society jSomethibghetv apiaho ttih the Cecilian co Everytaste and every pureu linda satisfaction h- croktco Bm M se eO t 140158 wjjst ilai n Street Lexington Kentucky Catik Wanted HVeliiave on hand b6nutl STjSliockp joffodcler aiay w nt W qr lflrtiIJtQ- Ceed7 nPo lJuf ft5i7jatiCt j Gn9 JJI 1 oJ t II tIf Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets 01 sale daily Special Excnrson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimeThroughSleepers trie Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP Consult your local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton KyIijNERVIGOR RESTORATIVECURES NERVOUS DEBILITY II1Ires men wbn e i mental and nene fOnemencfambftjonpersonal tnagneU true type ot perfect manhoodTo attain thla the tint reiuiilte good healthy zaentaideTelopmenand rtnato overworIamoktngdg habIts and other canse blood and replrnaateEluaUy ocd for women tree aanteecraar PCrrER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO Us A For sale by E C Wines D Q yQV WAiT A B MB1 Uso we can furnishyou one any 1greatbusiness houses and business propo sitions If You Want a Farm write us what kind of a place you are improvements OthIr farms of sill sizes character and prices and we are certain to interest you if you are on the market A postal card will bring you one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Ce B E YOUNG SR Pros Lebanon Ky Mules For Sale T will have for sale for the next three or four months a supply of Rood work mules and desire to inform all who may wish to purchase firstclass stock l1T1dersllmedItava at thin time RA Cosnr- dect73m Red House Ky Kentucky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I will sell privately in the next 30 dintheturnpikeTract No I ot 250 acres hag modem orcjiiudiceand buggy houses stock anti tobacco IIcattletpAdforhomeTracttwo tobacco barns mostly rn grass thistraetdescriptlon orwriteJ CSCQBEE29l yJ Ss RESULTSiTlI 511ITHSONIAN t TRUSSjHOLDST JAt o cF rr l1vijJ4i 1St JI f SL f 5 C tr From KitcheflIRnParlor j jCarpetstJ Rugs Lace Curtains Matting Beds and Bedding I Cooking and Heating Stoves I Your home furnished complete with new and i attractive goods We solicit your trade and guarantee satisfaction- willsave from 10 to 20 per centt j SL11th Or 7lJJLnS t Main street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky rThere is nothing like 600D FLOUR Eyery housewife every cook knows that i Gbod Gakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Out mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latestt Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY A Acers Pills erPills Keep saying over and again Ayers Pills AyrssAitTSSP- fl1 Thrr1iverip They cure constipation sickheadache All vege table mildly laxative icrttst publish cAyerCo ormolu medlclaes Lowell Wanted For Our Army Wanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men IK tween the ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the United Slates good character and temperate habits who can speak mi and write English For information apply Recruitir Officer Richmond Ky Oldham Building Chance to See the W- orldWINCHESTh I NUBLACEi BLACK POWDER SHELLS The Nublack is grand good shell good in construction good because primed with quick and sure primer and good because carefully fjand accurately loaded with the best brands of powder and shot is favorite among hunters and other users black powder shells onjaccount of its uniform shooting evenness of and strength to withstand reloading A trial will prove its excellence ALL DEALERS SELL THEM EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY UOUJUUAPID Long distance lines and telephones of almostanywhere MIssissippiandand satisfactory communication with the countryWeunSUrpassedtME5 utey DWELlIw HUNTER rnTIVIU wr iii TO TEXASArkansas pJrl2Round orStFebruary 6 and 20 daysreturnytiurdatdwlllgiveybufuJliuformatlon L a BARRY T PkCotton Belt Route Todd Bids LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1ihoUnion Stock Yards Cincinnati rOhioi and receive highest marketrrice ct44m S NoJUJs F 2 iS t it over s ever made indigestion biliousness sugarcoated We hue no We Jthe at ill our Mill i to u a it is fJ a It a of pattern j r C J- t On i 82 l r Golden Flora dealersbavebusiness a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do better work than ever before They have a largeaBsortmeat andinviteand inspect their stock and guaranteed oldeitElora f EaztMajntreet= 4 i + y j 1 I HAMILTONriiji 1 WIsh Youcliiq H A HAPPY NEW YEAR 8 TIlItir fT TEi t Y 1 Louinilh italic Riilnl DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For VeriiaIUesLawreuceburg Shel f oiiAf cm i5pmandFor Irvine mid Beattyvllle 630 For Irvine andDeltrViIleL 7 JU25 amI I raMs ARrVRRIOOND- m Lexln 4flInaM 11111111 3OPMJN36tW1lJtdtr fst s 1fer ill VCye c Rr oolnmsR Office Olyndon Hotel Richmond tr L Nta11c Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox Lv t2W p m ville ExVess south bound 1255 pm vt No2 Knozrllle Clnnati 155 p m Express north bound 200 pm No 4 Knoxrille o Clnnati 405 a na Express north bound 410 am No Knoxville ClnnatJ M p m Express south bound 1159 pm May861o C1O am No U Stanford and Slays 720 p m vile Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to MI Vernou Accm south bound 915 am No 29 Cynthiana and 811 am Stanfordexpsouth 1150 pm 850 pm No 30 north bound 3 Opm FRISCO To Hunters If you would know of a county which abound in tnrkey duck quail rquir reis and other small game with many a good chance at deer get a copy of the new booklut Feathers and FibS ontht Frisco It tells about hunin and fishing in the Ozarks and in the St Francis Valley Sent free on re questby A HILTON General Passen ger Agent Frisco System St Louis Mo a AA KILLTHECUCilAND KingsNew PriceF OO t t d ttiekest Cure for al- lxuOAi4LUNG TROUB j LES or KONEYBAOX tIp TivR O Klnoktnn Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this line We will save you money New Carriage Works Newby Ky Stove wood and kit dUng for sale cheap at Hntno Cooperage Co noIfi mIt Did You RuinCoyour Christmas cake or turkey because of that old wornout STOVEif so come to us for a new one We carry the best thats macle In our store can be found everything carried in a fisc1ass t t Hardwarem1tt HUncfn vi t toT =dq 1 r T1D- r piemen ts of ait lands Our motto is to please our customers 4i Cclne In andse us JiDouglus CiA it1i Richmond KyC r anrw1JjaTLet Us Show YouthThat is a modest requesttey We dont ask you to buy We merely ask you to let UR show you our new Wall Papers Even if you you have no intention of buying we want to show you Even if you have decided to buy elsewhere we want to show you We believe that we 7 t offer better valuesvalues which you will admit are betterthan you can get any where eh e We desire to have you look atPthe Papers and see for yourself if our conCviction is not well formed We believeedthat it is Let us show youhIPerry andThomassTelephone 75stJk i t L JJ We are Bound r to keep 1 4 Tout Trade 4 1Theadvance business for fall has begun 4 opportunity for special bargains andI4nice selections from new stock is now i yours 7 Furniture d J 4 Carpets aiid a Mattings t t 4 s j and if the goods suitjlfwe mike the price Irsuit41 W1 CHMONDYJtl 1 y rit r4V JIII r ITf71I1Cgk 0 b IL I L LcI A BargainIIf you wish you have to do get a of quiandche dizziness constipation bilious ness indigestion etc This small in Tryoverhealth at a nominal cost Try Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c 100 Money back if it falls When a clock strikes it literally tella time buWestance of a cold resulting in Pneu maFoloysIt not only stops the cough but heals- nnd strengthens the lungs Ask for Foleys Honey and and refuse any preofS used Folevs Honey and Tnr in three verysevere cases of pneumonia with good results in every case Cyclones will never break into the popular air class kinComing 1You can tell you are in for a dan gerous sickness as soon as you bcgIiNA to suffer from headache biliousness etc unless you quickly SyrupPepsinfor all disorders of your digestive or gang never fails to give relief from prcloggedSold by Perry Thomas nt oOc and 100 Money back if it fails QuetantlyFour Hundred Babies St Vincents Infant Asylum Chlca go shelters homeless waifs awaiting adoption and there are Sister Julia writes I nnot say too much in praise of leys Honey and Tar for coughs coughContains id Tartsafe remedy and certain in results Refuse substitutes Sold by E 0 Stockton Knowleee was never intended to be the servant of vanityand it i8ntsuThe OriginaltrFoley Co Chicago originated H oney and Tar as a throat and lung medy and on account of th great erit and popularity of Foley Honey otreredforJ oney aid Tar and refuse any subji1 In iwcparatftillw is mildly laxative It contains no opI- ates and is safest for children and del icate persons Sold by R C Stock n Eat not to dullness drink not to evationnother Good Mn Gone Wrong He neglected to take Foleys Kidney ure at the first signs of Kidney trouble hoping it would wear away d he was soon a victim of Bright inutdisappeartheare soon sound and well A R Bass uptenhotJJ severo backache and pains in FoleysKidley A fool throws kisses but the wise man delivers them in person A Grim Tragedy is daily enacted in thousands of homes as Death claims in each one victim of But Consumptiond are properly treated the trag y isavcrted F Q Huntloy of on Ind writesMywife ad the consumption and three doc rs gave her up Finally The took r Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which 8rongeases One dose relieves Guaranteed at fiOc and JlOO by R C Stockton druggist Trial bottlt free Getting married deveppa the dotE c tive instinct in the most trusting of womenISickening Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of especial benefit in malaria for it exerts a ti ue curative influence on the disease drivingit entirely out of the system QuininehllvingeflectsE S Munday o1 Henrietta Tflx writes My brother was very jaundicetillsaved his life At R C Stocktons drugstore price 50c guaranteed A womans adjectives are alwa sl larger than her ideas Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of New York at onetime had her beauty spoiled with skin R t Saltheumnothing wcnld cure it until I used quJcknddrugtoreIt is better to tear out than to be ustout FarmsahdiCity property for sale t I W TEIIIBLE Real Estate Agtf We mean you Please call and sette your account at onceka 13dec3m Jones Hershon Dan H Breck Fire Life and Acci cuntlnsurance IOjau4t A dipIoave Jawbonojji might gr- iauu hIiiwerd1Ep DuringI J rtof the New Year we hope to have completed to new addition to our building now under constructioI dS aki and g feel sure our rlen our I gest and most spacious in the city We announce this great Pleasure because we have been andi11 patronsrerOmlnt aif information that we are to have a house second to none in RlChr1Ond Our plans always 1oer that the samealways be In iyour customers in a way so as to merIt their confidence and you our prices wIll be selected Vlt t e goods can be Jhere Further pre we wIll be enabled to carry much larger ssortmiitS whICh the greatest care f teinterest of oir patrons always at heart gWe thank you forthe confidence bestowed onus in svill past pgr very hl ask that during thE incoming year you Yill cill see OUT styles and get our prIces beciuse se i i goods and i Natwe hope will inciease our busIness transactIOns wIth each other Wishrng you unbounded prosperity1 fare Very respectfully yours I jj f fr T- LAOEY HAMILTON1 ijFirst antI ltlain Steets RICHMOND KENTUCKY IV Y V V T V Yy y Q ffiH 1IWf 11otv t if pi YQY t 1 vf fl oo L A in Demand IGreatly in demand than a medicine which meets modern re rements for a blood and system nser such as Dr Kings New Life PiUs They are just what you need to euro stomach and liver troubles them At It C Stocktons 2reitOnecan be buried in oblivion without the aid of an undertaker lStomach Cure for Colds It may seem queer to you that most colds begin in your stomach t its true Manva weak stomach onic incligotloni obftinate constipation etc weaken you a over and ke you an easy pray to diseate t may be stalkingamend To Cai cv Tdwellshot bath and a cood nights rtst To prevent colds keep your digestion in good order with Dr Caldwells laxa tivoSyinp Pttpsin Quick relief for constipation Iilousncs3 etc Try it Sold by Perry Thomas at 60c and 100 Money back if it fails Repentance is like oxerrUetho only d worth the name must he kept up Good NewsdKY R1HHOND RE DERS HAVE HEARD IT AND fROtHED THEREBY Good news travels last and the thousands of Iwd back sufferers Richmond are glad to learn thi relief is canyIs bad no more thanks to loan Kidney Pills People are telling the goc news of their ex per encc with the aker Remedy Here is an example readingMrs Smith of Main Street Nicholasville ICysays hI suffered for some time with my kidneys and someItack While reading notice In ou papers about Dons Kidney Pills It occurred to me they might give a 1it stoppieback and relieved the urinary weal ness which had at times greatly annoyed mo I thoroughly believe that any preparation which acts to the representations made font like Dos ls weUIown complaintve fair ialIPlenty more proof like this from Richmond le Call at BL Mid dleloffs drug sftiniiiud asTT what his customers report For sale by all dealers Prlch 60 cents FosterMilburn CoBntralo N Y sole agents for the United Siaies Remember the namc Doana take no other Every man has a grievance and every woman has at least a dozen THE MOST REFRESHING DRINK Ui THE WORLD J cca At alt Salooni roc rlts Cues and Stands Be a BoUle ip cilrl hante of Time on Southern Railway On Friday December let tho fol lowing changes in time of Southern Railway trains will become Affective No1 now leavint Iouisville at 740 a m will depart at 800 a in No 0 now leaving Louisville at 350 p m will depart at 330p m No 23 now leaviuy Louisville at 755 p m will depart at 745p m No 24 now leaving Lexington at C10 a m will depart at 545 a m No 2 now leaving Lexington at 530 p in will depart at 500 p m Corresponding changes will be made at local stations and passengers in tending to use these trains should con suit ticket agents fr complete hit or mation 0 H HUNOEKTOBD DPA Strayed or Moles From Kingston Madison countyKy January 17 1906 one bay horse about years old 15 hands high with a few hIte hairs on the h ft side of neck near mane Also one sorrel mare 12 or 15 years old thought to be with foal holds her head one sided A liberal reward will be givenfor intorinatiOti Ipndlng to the recovery of said horses or return of them to 0 0 Lamb 24jan2t Kingston Ky Practicebst= THE LIVER QUARANT E TATOfO HIS SAM OUT IfHurried eating has ruined many a maaa proteSS liverba andeavorsexl dAsntue system It locks Tin the iseasedIgermsUd body poisons and forull play some serious illness edsluggishnown so are all stomach aiitnents as heartburnheadaches shouldbewithoutthisst fTwo aJMt 350 ad 7SeA11druRiu For Mli at gtooktsfi praglsteri r b L J l La-t narr TfiMjojRouteLCAItLABLE POINTSth2 Aii 2 aT I m25pS ii pIi 42 Ielietl L 7 it 2 15is 9 fjiJI I SISal iSp 4 00 8 2LA tiIr 1 5 b2p 7 2uupi5lL L 7 20nt 55p 0 00 p 10 c fnatIl L 2oSp j O RO B HAYS Presattt0 QPA 2TWL jIC he Berea Mak Pit a gal W T filaibaWev IMt ale in EqutySEly vlrtncf4irt aiil ordor 01 s ale Court rpn- erdd at tlui thureoi ilOa taiisoJlioundersIgiud Mond4 i 5 06o- tweon a in- nd ii ociotiu court hiouiiu- oor In IUchai1MuCdiMon county Ky being proceed to expose to IIIiuOTtOjbOli1hht5t and b est property viaA Ce lTtiiiMlM Lot iiiltiunted in isfln county Ky itatijol niiig tbieiEifI JarIy ii las Ritiiisy lot owned Ellen MaliaIittq ii death 0r a auihIcftjtuin tv ttiereot to idproducts he amount o f money so isu d I 111510 arid tha costs her TERMS9 w made on n credit ot sixr iLt I purchaser wail lt d iltli ap roved 8etnrtr tjyulsnt of th- iurchasep IIIIJtZr hIWv the force null trt o a iidczriur inter o bt froili IaYU1J Le with a lien re served ulpurchaseC- Ooii i uALIS WPIgg etc a against Peter Uahlaghefi4 Def- ttaoiaEquity Byvi rt no of Jd1nnd Order of sale ci the Court rendered at ci 1rrlim thereof UnderiigriedMoldtly 19Q6 lha JiocBetween tMblIk a m and 11ClOCki IIPtourt IIIIIIMC door in llicliI ff IlflydKy tblnu n41onrjdny pm ILUI II txpli II th IiigdescribeiA Certai4J Lni- En 1iore coil tiduujiit 2 ii iorsideof Boone Strrtt JtI t lands of A W Tiinsaiinldbv E P DIulrtieulnreoce Is hereby rued to the Jndrmnnt of sale ntpwd herein nnd the exhibits on filn in mid cas Or a finlllciflnt jnantity thereof to produce tu Finn nf the am iunt of money w order it to be made and the costs of this Hal TERMS Sale will be ninth on credit of six months Tin purchaser will be re ziufred to jlve Iotd with approved leecurftv for the payment of tire pur chiast money to lave the force nml effect of a Judginon bearing legal Interest from tI1av1 with a lieu reserved uprnu sut alltbthe purchase R H THORPji M 0 M CC Public Sale of Keqtuckyj Blue Grss Farm To pay my debji I win gell on Wednesday FpVy 7th J906 thehighestand In trade as followal TnAtTIpNE 89 acres well W oriethlrd In pra balance In culliratibn has common stockbarnTKAITETWU grapsbashous80fftrebarn i TRACT fH dwe1IIngofIgIuTOlI1 twotenantscales etc nlso Sthgrbainneecountry home clue tr schools and churches and In but of nelghb toocls VSAbout 15 acres welt 1orchardThisfarzbouhitifEflaliroadsHalo to hTRln nt 10 oclock For fnrthT par Barntimestacie JCSCOBEE WINCHESTER KY The Missouri FadficKUlwiy CoSt Lou Iron Mountain Soithtrn Railway Co tlSpecialExcursion Tickets will be on sale first ot and third Tuesday of Janoary and to Febiuary 1000 to vast territory In Missouri Kansas Clorado ArkansaR New Mexico Old Mtxico r HIKII to all pointsin Texas OHlahoma and Indian Territory at It rate ofless than one fare for the round trip Iron St Louis Lib eral stopover pHeleges Return inilt of twentyone days also on same tates will sell one vay second ca- oloflist p tickets to nine territory at greatjy reduced rates Avail yonrsell of this raraf opportunity to visit the country which is mw attracting the attention this HoTteseeker awl In- vestorFor Descriptive Literature = and furtner address H C TOWNSSND vkP T A I St Louis Mo A A 5AUrtaHBBj54iA 411 Wa1IiUtiit Cincinnati0 l 04 a J L v a a SEE J PM Pope e Hardware man of Richmond about Dia ond Edge goods Every piece warranted u Try aIr i jiamonci iiage ixq- r Choppmci wood may not be a pleasure 1 but it is certain thai the hard work of it may be made less by the use ofan ax- i that is made right Try a Diamond a Edgcworth every cent it costs D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Dullness Solicited Satisfaction RICHMOND KY J 0 D1 OHENADLT j ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ts grocery h t rN MILLER ATTOBirBTATLAW BlCMOXD KaSTOOXT Office n the Burnam Balldinjt next door to armer National feb3ly ASuIiIrv ATTOBNBYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over StAte flank Trust Co op oosite Court House on Main Street LEWIS B HERR GTON i LAWYER Office over Taylor Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KYl JJ GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Office over C A Taylors hardware store oppnfllto Jourt House r G G Perryh Physician and Surgeon Uonr810to1Iam 2 to 4 pm Office with Dr Bnlia over Itlce k Arne s BesTele5iS BICHMONr frY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PUPNE I RICHMOND KENTUlKY Marshall K Dennv Dentist Officaover State Bank Trust toi- ephono26Te BICHAIONp K vBIanton J DENTIST 30fflce in Bennett Building ICnhyA FAMILIAR FACE Thellkenesaof DK WD OALDWBLI appears on irvery package II- LLIf Caldwells SYRUP PEPSIN Cnstlpalonind Fevers Caused bjf Dowel and Stomach dis men Every ircnuimipackaire is dthuiheHii thu trade mark Your druirifist a Kali you either the SOc or 100 HUP old byPrcyThomasPe- rfection In Pianos at Montenegro Riehms We carry fifteen famous mikes in cludingtMason Halnlin Haz ltr n Haines Bros Kinpslimy bArmstrongWendell A Piano inthe home gen rrat a re fining influence and places ih a or e daughter in a musical ntnherTitt is more eeatiUI EOighbear titakeociely thelCecUisllEvery taste and every pursu linds = satisfaction here f 1iO L roS e eOt 1 1461J55 West Mai n Street Lexington Kentucky Cattle Wanted We haveba hand bounJ IJOebnp 1cI foddeiraud antpOor10fJ i j jfe to tfeed Potts t 7u ror r iTJauf4htts 6t tiviifKj OJ tt IiiLT I Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space daUySpecialExcurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimeThroughSleepers trio Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP Consult jour Local Agtnt who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller iERVIGORRESTORATJVECURES NERVOUS DEBILITY lUpllylfCJmentalpersonal magnetljm the true type or perfectmanhood To lilts tha ant requisite good fie JttiT dzaeailievelopmenclndmauceiue NERVIOpRomlcea Strong Calm K nru Woakneo orerorIcvnok1ngdrug nblu and other cause tirZceAntee to refund It nOl cured zrrzs MCOICAU orbene5to4g For sale by E C WinesaI D y U WANT A If so we can furnish you onpanykind you want We hao sale agreat variety of farms dwelling houses proporIf You Want a Farm write us what kind of a you are improvements otherIpricPflisnd cardIyou one of our printed lists Central Keiticky RealEstate Co R EYOUN0Sn Pros Lebanon Ky Males For Sale I will have for sale for the next threeI or four months a supply of good work mules and desire to inform all who may wish to purchase firstclass stock to call on or write the undersigned ave twenty bead of mules on hand at thin time H A COSBY decl73m Red House Ky Kentucky Blue Grass Farm for Sale 30daysin Clark county Ky half wav betweenl t Hterling and Winchester on the turnpike As a whole or in 3 tracts morterndweliinJice poultry meat servant gramnry tobaccobarnsttle barn lor 180 head containing an uptodate silo that holds 4 months feed for 130 head of cattle in well fenced and watered and is an ideal country home AothistractTract No 3 of I50 acres same dscrip StForwrite 0 J C SCOBEE 29ao5t WinchesterXyTH J torOilThiMmisowIAitisl L TRUSS a 2 HOLDS N Y tit Ut eatUfacUongqaranted Jomiebvl an Thou 0- ab w r JI 4 rr rr rr rFrom Kitchen to Parlor CFUrniture Queensware Carpets Window Shades II Rugs Lace Curtains j t Matting Beds and Bedding t Cooking and Heating Stoves Your home furnished complete with new and W attractive goods We solicit your trade and Jguarantee satisfaction Jwill save from JO to 20 per cent j uman c Jiiygrns Main street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky S r rr There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR JEvery housewife every cook knows that Good Qakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without gpoc T1 veryOur be F the Iatest Our brands Elliston Patent M Belle ofM Elliston 11 WACO Kitlt Aygs PiM ers Pills KHPJingirf PiJJbiliousness sickheadaciiti sugarcoated mildly JcAaThe Wanted For Of AStiy Wanted for Army Able both1men bf ween the ages of 21 and 35 citizens oittie Uml d States cf ood character and temperate habits who can speak re a RecruitirgOfficer Chance to See the Wo- rldWINCHESTER I NUBLACK BLACK POWDER SHELLS The U Nublack is a grand good shell good in construction good because it is primed with a quick and sure primer and accuratelyloadedand shot It ia favorite among hunters and other users black powder shells on account of its ur ttbrm shooting evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading A trial will prove its excellence ALL DEALERS SELL THEM EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY LAuLuxATZDJ Long distance lines and telephones of almostSKSL8 quIckandI people of this great section oftie country I We solicityour patronage Rates reason Unsutpassed uLo C JIe MORE CHEAP RATES T- OTEXASrkansas and the Scuthwest pln82Houndway fare From Memphis Cairo or Louis via Cotton Belt Koute February 6 and 20 Stopovers but h ways and 21 days urn limit on ronnd trip ticket yourdategoand we will give yon full informa hy return mail r c BARRY T P AI Cotton Belt Route S4hik LOUISVILLE ENTUCKVt Consign your cattle sheep and erUnionStod receive market loctJ r f l They cure table Ik of f Golden Flora The Monument Sealers have added to their business a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT dobettersortJnentofinvite their fdendsto call andqiFk teeHfloldenfflora East Min Sttcctf 1