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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1L- 1h THE RICHMOND CLIMAX I VOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1906 NUMBER 39 ifrm Clearance Sale Values A large number of chairs and rockers in all finishes mahogany and oak bod room suits and odd piecescenter tables etc at from 25 to 50 per cent discount D RAPERtESSeveral hundred pairs of curtains and a lot of remnants of upholstery goods etc at cost and less CARPETS and RUGSSeveralroom size rugs and a lot of short lengthsof carpets as well as a number of Smyrna hearth rugs aud mats at prices that make them great values WALL PAPERA large fall business leaves us with a great many remnants of wall paper on hand that must be moved to make room for spring goods Included are short Jots of English French and German papersvery handsome that will be sold for less than import cost t F BRO w bK L CO IWGTON HIV nWSHtew et 4 4 t- J j J J J JJ ChristrnasI Is Over tt but we are still on hand Our store has sub merged from the terrible rush of Christmas buyers and is now ready for its steady every day busi ness Our stock is complete Everything useful fteverrthing low priced Give us a call t A c The RacKet Store 1 Est Main Street 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 determination than ever to please our many customers We C1ttV only good goods Our prices suit all purses friends Wishing all a prosperous year we are your tried and true White Gibson j We Are Agents For The Ladies Home Journal Patterns We are always JookLng for something better always working to to other stores That is why scnre values and styles superior we have male a change in our pattern department Oliver Chilled Plows n Now is the time Get your plow rzady dont lose a day It will turn over soil that has never been reached before Come and see us we will tell you all about it Q8 Shockelford Co VIY NAME IS trt fr t ThILJRMAARow Xnd Buys 7 DICKENS LOVELETTERS Missives Show That Though Married He Had Attachment for Girl Who Wedded Friend LondonThe Tribune the latest ar newspapershasshort series of letters by Charles Dickens to which Is rightly ascribed remarkable value They reveal light on an episode to which there had formerly been no clew It Is known thai though Dickens own married life con cealed no serious trouble yet It Will not an affair of high romance These letters show that while still bound In matrimonys bonds he was still capa ble of a deep and disinterested passion The young girl who was the object of Dickens sentiment he Introduced to an Intimate friend with the result that the friend and the girl married The letters written to his friend Indi cate Dickens feeling which was none the less strong for being elevated un der control HI swear he writes of a letter an flouncing his friends similar wooers mission that when I opened and read your letter this morning I felt the blood go from my face to I dont know where and my lips turn white The Tribune remarks that one ol this group of three Is still living Though the publication of familial names might add Interest to the story of the letters a reticent anonymity seems to be Indicated No letters could better bear to be judged on their own Inherent merits Though they deal with an attachment of a second and third person they themselves are almost In the nature of love letters the tenderness of wnlch touch a tone of exhilaration PATENT BUSINESS CROWS Commissioner Calls for Additional Help in Washington omce in Annual Report Washington In his annual report to congress for the calendar year1905 the commissioner of patents sets forth the imperative need of an increased force and additional office facilities to cope with the business which the report says has shown a remarkable Increase during the last year In 1905 there were received 54034 applications for mechanical patents 781 design patents 156 reissues of patents 16224 applications for registration ot trademarks 1068 labels and 467 prints There were 30270 patents issued Including designs The total receipts were 1806758 The expenditures Jl479633 In proportion to the population more patents were Issued to citizens of the District of Columbia than any state or territory the ratio being one to every 1201 Connecticut was next in order anJ Tennessee the last Nearly all the countries In the world are represented in the list of patents is sued Germany England Canada and AustriaHungary leading The most important event in the business of the patent office in 1905 accord Ing to the report was the new trade mark law which reduced the fee for trademark application from 25 to 10 In 1905 16224 applications were received for trademark patterns whllo In the preceding year only 2524 were filed CAN PRINT COURT REPORTS Tennessee Supreme Court Aims at Fairness in Refusal to Allow Damages Against Paper Nashville Tenn The supreme court of Tennessee handed down an impor tant opinion regarding the rights ot newspapers to publish fair and truthful reports of the proceedings of courts of justice This matter was considered by the court in connection with a damage suit filed against the Nashville American in which case a verdict was rendered against the American for 5000 The supreme court reversed this Judg meat and the case was remanded The court laid down the law provid- Ing that unless the court had prohibited- a publication or the subject of the proceedings is unfit for publication they may be published and the owners of the newspapers occupy the same status as other persons Publication of suits must be fair they must not be mingled with comment the place for comment being the editorial column reports of lawsuits need not be verbatim noun due prominence must be given to promI- nent damaging facts to the exclusion ol minute facts which explain or modify the former extraneous matters must not be introduced r in brief the news reports of the proceedings of courts ot justice must be fair and accurate Put on a Good Show There ls a scheme on foot to make George Ade the humorist the success or of Congressman Crumpacker in the Tenth Indiana district Why not run Mr Dooley in Chicago and some more funny men including Cartoonist Opper in New York Then the Congressional Record might become as bright a publication as Puck and Life used to be in t edays of their youth We Will Buy and We make few claims of what Liquo ione will do And no testimonials are published to show what it has done We prefer that each sick one should learn its power a test That is the quickest way to convince you S we offer to buy the first bottIeiand give it to to try Compare it with common remedies see how more it docs Dont cling to the old treat meats blindly The scores of diseases which are due to germs call for a germi cide Please learn what laquoaone can do What Liqiozone Is The of Liquozone are derived solely from gases The is sejit to each user The procew of making re- quiealarge apparatus from 8 to 14 It is 1 chemist- softleehigheetclass Thubjectistoe fix and gases asto carry inta- the a powerfUl ta Contactwith L ww e kina aayonn- of disease fcerm because rms are vegctsble origin yet to thebodyLiquo- a0n8 I se only harmless buth in the extreme That site main die tiactkm Common germicides iarepoiBoa when taken internally HI medicine hasbeen so hel skaagnnd- isease lUOIOn e k xhsUrat f vi tabsin yet 1tO ckaease germ tin tt Wepvelrla the Aeriesa iiite to- I2um3s sc thaMd of wk t l- SEEDT W experienced farmer has learned that some grains require far differ ent soil than others i some crops need differ enthandling than others He knows that a great deal depends upon right planting at the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer about a mistake made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted tgie best time to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is be fore the evil i j too deep Irooted Afcthj first evidence cf loss cf flesh s Emulsion Ishould be taken immediately There is nothing that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds up the body when ordi nary foods absolutely fail We tellt stndyoa simple free Be sure that this picture in the torn of a label is on the everybottlo you buy scoTTca BOWNECHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street NEW YORK ocandiall druggists OUR LARGEST RIVER PORT Memphis Claims the Title with EightyFour BoatsSt Louis Next in Line Memphis Tenn Memphis has 84 boats enrolled here at the home port with a total tonnage of 12318 tons Et Louis comes next with 75 boats ihowlng a total tonnoge of 22820 Ions This large tonnage is shown by reason of the fact that many barges if large tonnage are making St Louis the home port that are not entitled to be named among boats that are regis lered as traffic boats Taking them iff would give Memphis a much larger tonnage and would also in rease the number of boats in excess t those at St Louis Cincinnati has J8 boats with a total tonnage of 14 132 Many ot these are also barges md should not properly beo named Wheeling W Va Is next to St Louis in number of boats but the ton lage is only 8188 The total number if boats Is 73 Evansville has 71 with i total tonnage of 6500 New Or leans has 30 boats engaged in the river trade and a total tonnage of 1748 Paducah has 30 with a total tonnage of 5542 while Louisville has 18 boats with a total tonnage ot 1030 Cairo has only 11 boats that jso It as a home port with a total tonnage of 2368 BURIED RELICS WITH HIM Widow Wanted No Reminders of Husbands Previous Wives Hence This Method Bangor MeCoffin plates are not In such common use as they were lome years ago said an Ellsworth indertaker who Is a veteran in the iusiness I remember the time when rou could find one in the spare room if most every farmhouse framed or larefuily protected under glass It was one of the most treasured relics There was one old man I knew who had teen blessed with four wives und who had many plates When be leparted I officiated His last wife was a blooming young woman and ifter the body was in the casket she lame up with her small apron filled with coffin plates Put em in she laid as she handed me the lot I lont want em and he always en loyed em best of anything So lets bury em with him ILiked Commonplace Talk Russell Wallace tells Herbert Spencers reason for living In 1 London boarding house with rather i commonplace set of people retired Indian officers and others He said that he had purposely chosen such a home In order to avoid the mental excitement of too much Interesting con verstloii Liqtiozone a been made with it Itpowerhadbeen and in toIsupply the first bottle free every sease required it And over one million dollars been spent to announce and this offer The result is that 11000000 bottles have been used mostly in the two Today there are countless curedyears ones scattered everywhere to tell what Liquozone has done But so others need it that this offer is published still In late years sci ence has scores of diseases to germ attacks Old remedies do not apply to them We wish to show those one- sat our costwhat can do Where It Applies These are the diseases in Liquo ioio has been most In these it has earned its widest reputation In mil of these troubles we Supply tot bottlefroe Andin all no matterhow dii ficulfc we over each user a two months further test without the risk of a penny iethma OoitreOont AbwtM GonorrheaOlet Hmy rverInfluiX Blood Bowri =glestu cCoogtlColdl Oonumptloa FtiMQuiDsY- ConlAato eeaiIsm Sero toa7 l Ul aeceCatZkDeatsirnIarra Mde =r Tr3rIesIeX- lTNIS4lSWsUI M TIHWeI t SNAPS BRAIN WAVES LYONS N Y SCIENTIST TAKES THOUGHT PICTURES Experimenter Declares That Sensitive Brain Is Necessary for This Method of Perceiving Mental Strain- Rochester N Y Photographs of thoughts and mental impressions will soon be as common as cabinet portraits according to Dr M A Veeder a scientist of Lyons near Rochester He believes he has solved the prob lem photographing brain waves Dr Vreeder on a recent evening in vited a uumber of friends to a photo graph galley to participate in an experiment Intended to demonstrate the possibility of affecting a photographic plate by a purely mental process It was found that all of those who assisted in the experiment were capa powIpackage which had not been opened before was put In the holder and laid onthe table the shutter being closed Each person placed one hand about four Inches above the plate with the other hand under the plate and table and were requested to fix their minds on a named object After an exposure of about one minute the plate was taken Into a dark room and developed It was found that a spot had formed about the size of a silver dollar which it developed was what the persons participating in the experiment hal in mind The pre caation Ukcn was such that there was no escape from the conclusion Jhat the picture printed on the plate was an Impression of the thought in the minds of those interested- It demonstrate Dr Veeder says the fact that persons In a certain state of sensitiveness of the mind which has been fully identified are able to produce an Impression on a rapid photographic plate without direct contact The experiment Dr Veeder statea cannot be successfully performed by sheer effort of the will without the pe culiar sensitiveness of the mind evidence of which was secured in the case of the five persons participating in this experiment Dr Veeder believes that the fact that brain waves or something of that sort are capable of producing photographic Impressions is not unreasonble and Is of remarkable Interest in many ways Whether the mind can project Itself oUlwardly on the principle ot wireless telegraphy for considerable distances remains to be seen He says his experiments would indicate that it Is among the possibilities UNITED STATES CHEAPEST Steel Expert Says That Quotations Are Lower in This Country Than Elsewhere New YorkSteel experts figure that the United States is now the cheapest market in the world for steel rails One manufacturer reports that recently a sale of rails was made in England on a basis of 2940 a ton as compared with 28 a ton the price that has prevailed In this market for the past several years As a result of the advance in prices abroad the selling price of American rails in foreign markets is gradually be- Ing raised The difference in the price here and in Europe has practically elim- Inated foreign competition for the time beingThe iron and steel business abroad Is exceptionally strong In all lines which accounts for the action of steel plate manufacturers in removing rebates oh- steel plates destined for Pacific coast pointsThe demand for steel rails In this country shows no signs of abatement Mall orders are coming in in larger volume for this time of the year than ever before The railroads are laying more rails than they figured on last year and this has resulted In substantial Increases In specifications from the original amounts Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkan sas writes HL Stanleyof J3rdno MInce the restoration if my wUeto halih afterfive rears Of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and owe my good fortune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion which I know from experience will cure consumption Ifaken in time Mv wife improved with first bottlo and twelve bottles completed the cure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money refurded At it C Stocktons driggist 50c and Trial bottle free J S Water of Duncan Mercer coun ty claims to have the first repeating riflE made in Kentucky Fouryear old son of Harvey Collins of Knox county found u piece of bread cn which was rat poison He ate toe bread and died soon alter Give It to You to Try You Bottle of virtues fulfill Liquoione which Atuemt Bronchitis jUso moat forms of the following Liver Troobls WsemsesVever or poS tonfd bloodnsu lly lwlle U a enn Iu nervous debility Llquozon a u esYlt llasr accomplishing remarkAble results 50c Bottle Free If you need Liquozaneand have never please US coupon We will then nn order on local druggist for a fullsize bottle and will pay the druggist ourselves for it This is our free gift made to convince you to let the product itself show you what it can do to yourself please accept it today for it places you no obligations whatever Liquozone costs 50c and 1 CUTOUT THIS COUPON FlU It outand mail Itto The Llquoion Cora poyCa454 Wabash Am Chicago vr tried TJqboione but If you Will supply nua Me hattie tree I take It f A B D 1 3 i oivsruuasdrsswriipIalDlyz- Dt4 that this orppUeatol1ewuseraouIT uypl tdM orItOo set yeiasls LIuasasw- 4M H ese a 1SI Defies Time One of the most beautiful women in America defies the ravages of time by simply keeping her blood purified With Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It will do the same for you If taken at the least sign of bowel liver or stomach trouble it will prevent all kinds of sicknes keep your circulation clear and your skin and complexion as fresh and pure as in childhood Sold by Perry Themis Thomas at 50c and 1000 Money back if it falls Tile Old luau Ichabod myboyme thought I heard you speak of your sire this morning as the old man You are elthieen years of age are you not Jubt so This is the age when callow youth hag his first attack of big head You imavine at this moment that you know it all I ob serve by the cut of your hat and the flwor of your breath and that style of jour toothpick shoes and the swagger of your walk tht you are badly gone Oil yourself This is an error of youth that your nicto can overlook but it pains hid sorely to hear yon speak in trtnq of lin pect of one on sliffukl never mention save by the sacred nIne of fMther He maynot bb up to your style in the modern art of making a fiol of himself hut ten to OIIH he furiseiB mom in u week than von will ever know He may not ei joy smoking gutter snipts chopped fine null enclosed in delicate paper but he ha borne a good many hard knocks to your wike and is entitled to all the reverence your shallow brain can master By and by after you are tliiou h knowing it all and bezin to learn touittliinpr you will bt ashamed to look in the glass and will wonder where the fool kilter lias kept himself when you were ripe for the sacrifice And tlinn when iieqld man irrows tired 01 the journey and stops to rest and you fold lib hands across his bosom and take a last look at a face that has grown beautiful in dwith you will feel a sting of Tf jret that you ever spoke of him in In grossly disret pectful a mannerand when you hear other sprouts of imbe cility using the language that so de lighted you in the germinal period of manhood you will feel like chasing them with a sled stake and crushing tljeir skull to see If there is any brain tissue on the inside a The Yellow Fever Germ ball recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance to the malaria germ To free the system from disease germs the most effective rem edy is Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed to cure all diseases due to malaria poison and constipation 25c at R C Stocktons Drug Store With the exception of yourself every body is more or lees deceitful A Womans Martyrdom is too often her own fault simply be canse she wont take sufficient tiouble to try a medicine that so many thousand of women enthusiastically rec omnieiid viz Ur Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Ibis bland sooihi g curs ive medicine legulates disor ilered functions of stomach liver 3 bowels etc and soon restores sick women to perfect health Try it Soul liv Perry Thomas at 59c and men 00 Money back lilt falls oeu ZROOKSTOIYN not Our Sunday School is growing in iiiitnliirs and interest despite the winS ter weatheroA Wet irl came to the home ot JolttO Thomas Sunday January 28th the Mr and Mrs M N Wells baby has been sick for sonic davs Dr L 11 Henry is attending itaA large and appreciative audience enjoyed the discourse byJH Wilson Sunday morning at the church at this placeTwo hildren of Henry Abner neat here have typhoid fever All this ice houses in tine vicinity were filled during the last ice season Some froui this place were present at the eleaait bithday dinner of Mr in iHarvo 0 libof Kid House Sunday a Mr lien Boggs came home Mpndaj from the Gibson Infirmary much to the delight of his family and triends Mrs Stuff Gott and children of Berea are visiting her mother Mrs b ulna Powell while Mr G tt goes to Hot Springs Miss Dola Powell will begin a Spring school at this place March 5th Dr JSIl Edwards of College Hllf was in our midst Sunday lIe must be prospecting as he has not yet cung out his shlnule Jack i lit youngest child of lraEarnest Pirrlsh is sick at this Vrlhnf Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey anti Tar as a throat and lung remeoy aud on account of the great merit and popularityof Foleys Honey and Tar many are offered for the genuine Ask fur Foleys Honey and Iar and refuse sub stitute offered as no other preparation will give tbo same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opi ates and isfestfor children and del icate persuns Sold by U U Stockton Farnisand City property for sale D W KIDBLK Real Estate Agt + CALL AT+ JONES MERSBONS SALOON PARLOR WEEK IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in he city are dispensed by upto and accommo idation q Mtiie Ssratesa Wtttr Kept es Tap J iJ lH 3 IPio i- Irn o J 0 I j J tS cc S Io W D Oldham and CofI Main Strj next door to J II Nells opposite Hotel Glyndon Will open with an entire new stock of goods about February 24th I and respectfully invite their old customers T5to call and see them t t p I h l13 THE kP REVIVOESTORES VITALITY Ii Made a I1 q Well Man t of Me GamAT O 1ELpuproduce the above remits In 30 days It acti powerfully and quickly Cures When others tilL Voonzmea will regain their lost insnboodaad old will recover their youthful vigor br tulni KEVIVO It qnlcUj tad Btirely restores Nerrooc Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emissions LoitFawerFtlucg Memory Wasting Dluuessa- dn effects of solftbuso or excess and Indiscretion which taSte one for erody business ormirrltgo It only cures by starting at the pelt of disease but Isagreat nerve tonic and blood builder brinK ug back the pink to pale cheeks and re tho fire of youth It wards off Insanity nS Consumption Insist ontaylne REVIVO no ther U can be carried in vest pocket By mall 100 per package or six tot 8SOO with a pOll ive Written smsranteo to cure or refund money Book and advise free Address MEDICINE CO Starlne liulidlogROYAL CHICAGO ILL For Sale by Perry Li Thomas Phone 184gets the best COALCOMPANY Richmond When you want load of the best coal obtain able go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the people who se- ll5kt 6aV GatuiA okaLs Aco aQ akkWQ guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company D R Freeman Mgr Phone 184 Yard Aspen av Not Only at Christmas is our line of goods desirable but at all times 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- beautifiilto our store 1Te make a specialtyof engraving Watch repairing carefully attended to Our stock is complete pur price reasonable Give usa call L E Lane- tewefer u 4- 7r7FFm7I 71 E- y y F L F F ffi Iili+ 75000 ilipounds ELOUffi 4 Pure Good and F Sweet 1y We are prepared to furnish testimony from the best and most efficientcooks in Richmond 5 or Madison county that our Town Talk 1V Flour 71is superior to any flour on our market Our price is in reach of all If you want the best Fcall foru Town Talk If you want cheaper flour we can furnish it J ffi Just try one sack of Town Talk 75000 lbs I waiting to be assigned to the battle field j Colyer Bros iiPhone 237 Main Street RICHMOND KY rp i r f Lw F7I7 7 tp to the Moment Printing at thWOffke LookUsUpWHEN Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths ED BLANTON t GO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNK8DAT BT The Climax Printing Co Incorporated- D MILLRRBditor Manager Member Ky Press Association and uU PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements- YerPred9cLRfld fSty Offle s f 5 00 Pnr nrmtitjr OBoes Ill 00 HOT St to and District Office 15 00 PerCaIla per hoe u Bor Card pr line10Po- rall bleltUn M IB the Interest of Inidtvldaal or expression of todlvid 1Ial yeWs per Mae 10 InvarIably Cash with orderIWEDNESDAY FEB 21 IT is said thftt the phrase stand pat inroduewl into national politics by the late Senatoi Marcus A llanna nation chairman of the Republican party and now used by our political tricksters is a vulgar expression bor rowed from poker players In the light of intelligence and reason the stand pat phrase is little short of Idiot to when applied to business prin oJplee The phrase virtually means stud where you aredont move But progress is not made by standing still fint by moving along While sudden and frequent changes are bad no changes at nil are still worse As the country develop conditions charge and laws and business meth ods must be adapted to suit them Whenever you hear a lot of polHiemns preaching the stand pat doctrine you Olin put it Ilown in your notebook they are after the spoils of office and in effect making war against growth reform and progress And it is a common practice just now whenI Senators and Congressmen there is so much discussion of the tariff railroad rates prices of com modities etc Anything entering into national development for the betterment ef the masses will be met with stern resistance by the repre sentatives of the favoreA interosts and in the next campaign a wail will ascend to heaven stand pat lint lot us not forget that this is the vulgar phrase of the gambler and that the politician who makes use of it is a hiieling or a stockholder in the truSta gambler who plays high stakes and robs alike the producer and consumer who has been lured into a confidence game of stand patt TiiB WOULD today is looking for men who are not fur sale men who are hones sound from center to cir cumference true to the hearts core men with consciences as steadyas the needle to the pole who will stand for the right if the heavens totter and the earth reels men who can tell the truth anllook the world right in the eye men who neither bragnor run men who neither nag nor flinch men who can have courage wn hout shout ing to it mon in whom the courage of everlasting life runs still deepand iavKiiJOjon who know their message 1iOft mon who know their plane ai ll nil it men who know their busi ness and attend to it men who will not lie shirk or dodge men who are not too lazyto work nor too proud to be poor mon who arc willing to eat what they have earned and wear what they have paid for men who are not ashamed to say No with emphasis and who are not ashamed to say I cant afford iLMacey Monthly EVEKY nov and then you hoar somebody saysomething about the lid being put on It is astonishing how many people who profess to have intelligence the lawabiding citizens and some Christianswill expose their ignorance their unlawful ten dencies and their hypocracy in con versation Theywill abuse the Mayor of the city and all other city officials for enforcing the laws on our statute books and doing their sworn duty Did it ever occur to you that the man who stands around and criti cizes officials for enforcing our laws no matter what be professes to beis- as much of a criminal as the man who violates the Iallt Whenever we do not uphold officers for performing their sworn dutyand their duty is to enforce the laws wo become fugi tives from justice Did you ever think of this before Think it over TIlE editors of tho ninth congres sional district will meet in Maysville February 22 to organize a publishers association A good thing and largely brought about by the efforts of Editor J M Allen of the Cynthl ana Democrat Farms and City property for sale 0 W TjilBBIE Real Estate Act There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put toeilier and until the last few years was anpps 4l to be incurable For a great uinuv years docmrs pronounced it a locel disease And prescribed local remodies and constantly failing to cure with local treat nent pronounced it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to ben constitutional disease and therefore requires const fill loital treatment Halls Catarrh Core manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only con tttitiitional cure on the market It is taken internally in dose from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts direCtlronthe blood suit mucous system They offer one hundred dO- llars for Any case it fails to curo Send IJr vlrculars anti testimonials Address F J OHENEY CO ISUld p 4 Is It Your Own Hair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor Heres an intro duction I May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and get rid of your dandruff- The best kind of a testimonial Sold ior over sixty years Slide b J C Ayer Co Lowell rIaaa A Also nuauluturer of uersL SARSAPAR1LLA PILLS ChERRY A FEW weeks ago William J Bryan who is touring the world spoke at a political gathering in Japan Con gregated before this distinguished American were manyof the learned men ot the empire and some missionaries Mr Bryan said I havo seen the earnest faces of these mis sionaries and feel that it is due them on this occasion to state that the Saviour whom they teach is my Saviour too The missionaries think that those words have uplifted their cause in that country and will result in unbounded good Captain Calhoun Among Home Comers Former Lexington Citizen wile Spend Week in Old State Banker McKnights Spirit Unbroken LexIngton Herald Feb 16 106- 6Washinuton D C Feb 15lhereare many Kentuckians in Washington an as all of them remain Kentuckians re gardless of the lengthof time that has passed since they removed from th State many of them will return to Louisville for Home Coming Week Among those certain to come is Capt C C Calhoun formerly of Lexituton who first came into prominence when he got through the SpanishAmerican and Civil War claims for Kentucky Capt Calhoun now has offices in the Colorado Buildingand he and his partner Adruin Sizer have all the they can handle While Captain Cal hnun8 fee in the Kentucky claim cases was a fortune in itself he has had othe claims of equn magnitude in his hands and has been successful with them His services are in demand in many States and although he is yet a young man he has matia mark in his profes sion which is the envy of many older lawyers who have essayed to mak their fortunes in Washington Nothing shall keep me from going to Kentucky Home Coming Week f said Captain Calhoun lam just as much a Kentuckian as I was before I came to Washington and I shall order my affairs so as to be able to join the celebration DEATH The remains of Mr Hugh Hagan wore interred in the Richmond come uj- eiuaauibdtty from the L N train under the auspicies of the Richmond Commandery No 19 of which ho was an honored member Decased had been in ill health foi a long time and about one year ago went to Mexico in search of restora tion but to no avail He returned to Corbin and until compelled to give up was engaged in the drug business there Mr Hagan was a brother to Mr Terry S Hagan our well druggist and Mr J J Hagan of Cor bin Beside these devoted brothers ho is survived by a wife and two chil dren Much sympathy is felt for the afflicted in their sad bereavement Frightfully Burned Chits W Moore a machinist o Ford Pa had his hand fright fully burned in an electrical furnace tic applied Bucklens Arnica Salvi- with the usual result a quick am perfect cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at R C Stock tons druggist PAINT LLCK Tire whisky question is agitating our communily at present As all know Paint Lick has been a local option town for many years anti a more quiet and business place is no where to be found And now our new druggist wants to sell whisky by sSttin druggists li cense which means an open saloon and the people say they wont have it We are glad to see that we have men to stand up for the right aid will not for a few paltry dollars for one man say you can come in and ruin our young meu Stand shoulder to shoulder tor the right and God will be on your side Misses Alma and Mary Lear have re turned from a vihlt to the Missal Black well of Peewee Valley Salem Wallace of Lexington ati pld C U boy has returned from a most de liirbtful visit to Florida lIe thinks there is no place like the Sunny South The ladies of the Christian church had a very enjoyable entertainment at Fishs Hall the evening of the Hth They realized about 2500 They were assisted by Mrs Youngs music class and the string band which added very much to the enjoyment ot tire evening Our merchants are busy receiving their new spring goods Rev C S Yonfla school is increas LucyIstranger girl into their family Mesdameo Bnale Adams Robt Guya and TupKfpScu Artonjb iick l- ittjjjjjjjj I JI Tevis Cobb Files Answer to Suit Brought by M F Arbuckle and Others I The defendant J Tevis Cobb for answer to somuch of plaintiffs petition as he IB advised it isnecessary that lie should answer admits the iauml by NS Turpin of the order complained of by plaintiffs He denies that the issnal of said writ ten order by the defendant Turpin was unauthorized by law He denies that there was no order at the May term 1902 or any other term before the issual of talil writng allow ing the am jUtit specified in the writing aforesaid to this defendant lie denies that the defendant John F Wagers at the time he countersigned said writing well knew that there was no order entered at the May term1902 and denies that the said acts or conduct on the part of the defendants Turpin Judge and Wagers Sheriff were wroiitf orillegalHe that the drawing of said amount by this defendantCobbfrom the Treasurer of Madison County was wrongful or illegal or to the prejudice or injury of these plaintiffs or anyone ot them or to all or any of the citizens of Madison County Kentucky He denies tha these defendants com mUted anywrong jointly or severally reason of the issual countersigning Itby cashing of said order or that any or illegal act joint or severalpc by reason thereof or that these defendants are equally or at all bound for the alleged unlawful or wrongful acts complained of He denies that there were any unlawful or wrongful acts committed in the premises on the part of these defend ants and therefore denies that the de fendants or any one of them are bound for any such alleged unlawful or wrongful acts II Further answering this defendant Cobb says that the Madison County Fiscal Court composed of the Judge ot Madison County Court and eight Jus tices of the county all duly elected and then acting made and entered into three distinct and eeperate contracts with this defendant whereby the said court empowered authorized and ordered defendant to collect back taxes and promised agreed and ordered that for and in consideraton of hisservices rendered in the collection of such back taxes this defendant should have an amount equal to33J per cent of the taxes recovered by reason of this defendants work efforts and attention under the said contracts and orders These said contracts and orders were entered on the records of the Madison County Fiscal Court in the officedlie records open to the inspection of all men have continued to be were at the time of the institution of this suit and will ever be permanent memorials of these said transactions These said orders are in words and figures as follows Order No1 Madison Fiscal Court May Term June 7lh 1898 It is ordered that the county attorney J Tevis Cobb is authorized on behalf 10Itaxes due Madison County authorized rto institute such proceedings against other delinquent tax payersas he may regard necessary to recover same and he is allowed 33J per cent oJ the tares col lected by MiTt under this order See Madison County Fiscal Court Order Book No pp COO7 tOrder No2- October Term Oct 7h 1902 Court met in regular session Hon NB Turpin Judge presiding Pres ent JD DykesThomas Williams JR Berry SH ane William A Johnson James Lunsford Collins Coy and DT logic It is hereby ordered by tire court that J Tevis Cobb County Attorney of Madison County Kentucky be and he is hercLy employed uuthoriz ed and di rected to take such legal steps as ha may deem necessary and proper in be half of Madison County Kentucky in defense the of said Louisville and Nash ville Railroad Company vs Gus G Coulter Auditor et al constituting rhe Board of Valuation and Assessment now pending in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Kentucky at Frankfort for an injunction against the apportionment and certification for legal taxation by the counties municipalities and taxing districts into or through which the lines of said Rail road Company run of the assessment by said Railroad Company to the extent of675774484 He is directed to watch the interest of Madison County and to protect her interests in this matter suitfcourt to which same may be carried on cartiercise the said Cobb shall be pad a contingent fee or an amount equal to 331 per cent of the sum in tax collect ed and received by Madison County by reason of the defeat of Madison shall receive nothing for his services and and the county of Madison shall be put to no expense or costs whatever In the injunction as prayed for if said suit shall be granted on final hearing The said Cobb may if he deems proper interest himself in the said suit in Frankfort without making Madison County a party and render services in this way if he thinks proper but if he shoul deem it necessary he may in addition to the services last indicated make Madison County a party to this action may conduct the litigation to a final termination For all of his ser vices the said Cobb shall leceive the aforesaid compensation See Madison County Fiscal Court Order Book 22 pp 4801 Order No3 x Madison Fiscal Court Oct Term Oct 1st 1901 The County Attorney shall be fur wished with an office and paid a salary of one thousand dollars per annum The County Attorney shall have as a further part t f his salary an amount equal to 33J percent of whatever back taxes whether franchise propert or poll tax from individuals and corpora lions that he collects or causes to be collected from year to year1 Seo Madison County Fiscal Court Order Book No 2 rSiO This defecdent says that under said order NOI he was authorized to in titute suit to compel all corporations to pay any back taxes th tithey might awrM Mftdl efi Coy ar4 t tk r such proceedings against other delin quent tax payers as he might regard necessary to recover same and that un del order no 2 he was authorized and- sdirected to take such legal steps as he might deem ascessaryand proper in behalf of Madison County Kentucky in defense of the suit of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company vs Gus G Coulter and others and to watch and protect the interest of Madison County therein either with or without making Madison County aparty thereto and for his services work care supervision of and Attention to thisI matter he was to receive an amount equal to 33k per cent of the taxes collected if any by reason of the defeat of the said Injunction suit in whole or in part but that he was to receive nothing for his services and that Madison County was to beI put to no expense unless a recovery was had He says that ho agreed to and undertook to comply with and discharge his duty under the requirements of said orders 1 and 2 and that although no suits were actually instituted until the year he did give iris profession al attention under tbosiid orders to the matter of the chllectiin of back taxes from the said Company and did watch and undertake to protecL the interest of Madison County exercising at all times that care supervision and attention over same required by the said orders in the faithful discharge of his duty thereunder takin such steps by way of counseling advising ill and studying said case as he deemed necessary and proper in behalf of Madison County and he exercised this care supervision and attention from June 1898 the time when the said order No 1 was entered until JannaryIP03w- hen the sum of 551449 was covered into the treasury of Madon County Kentucky by the L and N Railroad Company and this recovery was the resnltyof the labor and efforts of able lawyers in the state of Kentucky with whom this defendant worked counsel edand advNud under tire aforesaid orders I 2and 3 and the S75000 fee complained of was paid out of this said sum which said fee was only 13 3 5 per cent instead oi 334 per cent to which said defendant wits entitled to under this contract He says that tire final and last named order hereinbefore reciten to wit order No3 was the order of the Madison County Fiscal Court made by it as authorized and required by law at the regular fall term 1901 held at the court house in Madison County Kentucky and in which said order the said court fixed the salary aid compensation for the attorney ot Madison County to be and who was eleced in November fol lowing the holditg of the said court and the entering of sid order fur the term beginning the first Monday in January 1901 and ending first Monday in Janu ary 1900 He says that the said order fixed the salary the said County Attorney al one thousand dollars a year and oillce rent and asa further part of his salary oidered that he re ceive an amount i qual to 37 per cent of whatever back taxes whether fran chise property or poll taxes from indi viduals or corporations Unit he col lected or caused to be collected from year to year He says that at the regular Novem ber election after the said order fixing the said salary and compemution for the said office had been made and entered of record by the said court this defendent by a large in joriiy of the votes of Madison County wa elected County Attorney of said cum ty for the said term and on the first Monday lu January 1902 following the said elec tion he took the oath ofs ffice and qualified prescribed by law as the duly elected County Attorney of said county and proceded and continued to discharge his duly as such attorney duly commissioned ihroughiuttlie said term He says that this s id order so fixing his salary and compeitation was made prior to this defendan selection to and qualification lor soLd office and by the making of said order ind fixing of said salary and the elect u of this defendent to said office thereon and thereunder the rights of Madison County and this defendant became vested and the status of the said parties unalterably and unchangeably fixed and determined for the said term He says that the money that these plaintiffs claim was illegally collected by this defendant was and is apart of his said salary and couipe Isa ion as fixed by said last named i rder He repeats that the work and joint efforts of this defendant with othe lawyers in the State of Kentucky cnlninated in the collectio i uf the said 5i4 49 from the said Rat OI Company that under this said let nd his said contract upon whki he as elected as County Attorney iur Judison C unty Kentucky he was entitled to 33J per cent of said sum so collected which 331 percent amounted toSlSSS 16and this de fendent has received only 75000 tearing unpaid a balance qf 108816 He says that In th year 1903 after this said defendants electron to the said office of County Attorney for the eaid term he represented Madison County in the collection of back taxes and succeeded in conjunction with the Auditors Agent in collecting and cov ering into the treasury ot Madison County the sum of HISS 80 that under his said contract with the said county- as said County Attorney he was en titled for his services so rendered to 33 per cent of said sum no collected which 31 per cent amounted to 156293 and for his said services in collecting the last nand8nm of S4G8880 he received the arm of 807 79 only leaving unpaid to tlm defendant the sum of 154 5H the to remaining unpaid on these different collections being S184270- Jin Further answerine this defendant ays that at the April term on the second day thereoi and the 7th day of April 1905 the matter of allowing this defendant for his services in the collection of back taxes came up before the Madison County Fiscal Court and the said court after due consideration and being fully advised there and then en tered an order which approved the voucher complained for 75000 Issued by Judge N B Turpin which was only a partial payment of tins defendants commissions under said contract in the collection of the said L N Railroad Company tax and allowed him 80779 which was only a partial payment of his commissions for the collection of the sail delinquent taxes for the year 1903 This said order is in words and figures as follows It appearing to the court that J Tevis Cobb under his contract with the county assisted in the collection of 5511 49 back franchise tax on railroads for the years 1901 etc 252338 back taxes which he assisted the Auditors Agent in collecting and that under his said contract with the county he is en titled to 33 per cent of said taxes so collected and it appearing to the court that he has received by voucher which is now approved the sum of 75000 and that he has received nothing else the said Cobb indicating that he is will ing that the sheriff shall be allowed his statutory commission of 4 per cent on the 252338 which has been allowed him leaving 2423 38 and that he will be satisfied with the amount to wit 76000 already received and 80779 additional it is now ordered that he be and he is hereby allowed the sum of 80779 which together with the sum of 750 00 shall be in full satisfaction for his services for assisting in the collec tion of both of said sums See Madison County Fiscal Court Book No 3 p 140 As before stated the full amount collected by this de AAenttwas SO the countys portion thereof being 2523 38 Deducting the sheriffs commissions which he is allowed bv law from the countys said portion there remained 242338 and the one third thereof is 80779 and this defendant was in fact and in law entitled to 15n2933 which was the cotlectedHe says that in good faith he agreed- to this order and is now willing to stand by it though there was no legal consideration for this defendant to give up what he was legally entitled to un der his contract and under his work orderIanyIsays this Honorable Court be inclined for reasons of law of equity or should de cide to open up this matter then in law eq uity good conscience and morals this defendent is now as he was at the time of the making and entry of this said last named order entitled to his whole commission as stipulated and solemnly agreed to in the said contract and order No3 IV Further answering this delendent says that he admits that hat the May Term of the Fiscal Court of Madison County 1903 as alleged by plaintiffs in their petition the treasurer of said ciuuty got credit for the pavment of said sum of monev to wit 750 00 paid out on the writing aforesaid He says that the Madison County Fiscal Court audited and approved at said term this allowauceatid ratified and ap proved said settlement in tola all of which this defendant pleads m bar of any recovery herein Further answering this defendant says that the statue in such cases made and provided allows the county attor ney a commission o f 25 per cent listing omitted properties and it is custom over the counties in the state to allow snch commission to the county attorney lor such work as done by this defendant and he says that he was actually allowed only 15J per cent ap proximately by the Madison Fiscal Court for these collection when under the statue to say nothing IIf his con tract iHjwas and is now enti led to 25 25 per cent of said collections- He says that the city of Richmond is today allowing 25 per cent of back tax collections that it allowed same throughout the last term and at one time allowed 33J per cent and that this is not only a statutory law hut is a custom made law and this defendant has received 151 per cent where the statute amfcustom allow him from 25 to 33j per cent VI This defendant further says that under the orders of the Madison County Fiscal Court above set forth and under the law he was entitled to collect re ceive and receipt for all back taxes due to Madison County from any person or corporation and that lie had a lien upon all moneys so collected for the amount of his compensation therefor fixed under said orders and that he was entitled to collect and to retain his said compensation without any further order or allowance of the Madison Fis cal Court whatever but that he pre ferred that all moneys for back taxes and all other taxes should be paid directly to the sheriff of Madison county so thata public record thereof might be kept and that his compensation for services rendered in reference to said back taxes should be repaid to him Finally this defendant says that the institution of this suit and the publica lion thereof broadcast in the weekly papers of Madison County and the daily papers of the State have done him great injustice and irreparable ROYAL Baking Powder MaJces Clean Bred With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of greatestf Jbookto aii r ft AKIN JWm 14 tWMKi u TSE 1 ir J A Valuable Agent The glycerine employed in Dr Pierces medicines enhances the mcdl which It extracts and alcDlIroot Stone root and Queens 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Send for and read the little book of extracts treating of the properties and uses of the several mOO Iclnnl roots that enter Into Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and learn why this medicine has such a wide range of application In the cure of diseases is sent free Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y The Discovery con tains no alcohol or harmful habitform lug drug Ingredients all orinted on each bottle wrapper In plain English Sick people especially those suffering from diseases of long standing are Invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondonce Is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Dr E V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Medical Adviser Is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay eJJense of mailing onlll Send 21 onecent sthmns- for papercovered or 31 stamps for clothbound copy wrong and he prays that tire court take this answer and all the pleadings here- In and pass judgment upon their merits and afford him that protection both to hia reputation and his property guaranteed by the law of the land and he prays for all necessary relief in every aspect of tbe case J TEVIS Cons Subscribed and sworn to before me by J Tevis Cobb this February 12th 1906 SM TEMPLKMANN Answer In Suit Against JF Waters NB Turpin And JT Cobb NB Turpin for answer set up the following points as his defense to the suit of Arbnckle etc vs John F Wagers etc That the Fiscal Court at its October session loot fixed the salary of the County Attorney at 1000 and his office rent and iu addition to that he was to be paid 33J per cent of any back taxes collected or caused to be collected by him 2 That the order could not charged by him or his associate Jus tices 3 That the Fiscal Court at its Octo ber term 1902 ratified tins agreement and directed JT Cobb to proceed to collect back taxes and especially that due from tire LN RR Co 4 That JT Cobb did collect from said BR Co 551449 5 That his commission for so doing amounted to 1833 which by the for mer order was a part of his salary 6 That at his request said Cobb agreed to accept 760 and for this amount tire order was written anti was endorsed by Cobb and paid by the Treasurer That this order was pre sentetl to the Fiscal Court at its May term 1503 bv the said Treasurer and the Fiscal Court examined same and allowed the Treasurer credit for same 7 That at the Oct 1903 term of the Fiscal Court this voucher was ratified 8 Again at the April term 1904 this voucher and the right of JT Cobb to his percentage was again expressly ratifiedand confirmed by the said Fiscal Court 9 That inasmuch as the 33j per cent of back taxes was a part of the County altereconsent 10 That the order was drawn in the usual and proper discharge of his du ties of his office and not otherwise Grant E Lily is Attorney for NB Turpin PERSOINAL Mr and Mrs L R Blanton are In FloridaMrs Ella Farley is vialiiug in Nicholasville Mr J R Haselden was in Lancaster last week Miss Maud Crandall has been visit ing in Lancaster Rev F N Hill has returned from a visit to Preachersville Hon W B Smith has been in Har rodsbnrg legal business Mr L B Herringtou was in Danville last weekon business Dr and Mrs J S Turner of Ir vine were here last Thursday Mr R L Davidson of Lniicxster visited his sister Mrs Z T Rice last week spentSuadayPerry Dr C C Hooker has returned from Indianapolis wnore he attended a horse sale Miss Nannie Ballard has gone to Orlando Florda for the benefit of her health Miss Marion Burnam left last week for a visit to Dr and Mrs J V Logan in Danville Miss Bessie Turley entertained last week in honor of Miss Edna Bronaugh of Nicholasvitle Miss Pates of Midway is the guest of her brother Capt J R Pates and family on Broadway Miss May Douglas Ballard leaves today for New Orleans to attend the Mardi Ores festivities Messrs Shelby and Henry Trlbble visitingtheirMrs J S C Bronaugb has returned to her ho e in N cholaaville operirionheroMrs Henry Jones is again with her daughter Mrs J W Arnold after a months visit lo Mt Sterling intends and relatives Mrs F S Martin has returned to Muncie after a short visit to her sisters Mrs L A Woolums arid Miss Mabel Letton Mr James White and little Miss Lucy Stone have gone to San AntonJa NakeherhomeMr George Simmons andmother Mrs J PJSiramons havegone to Mt Jacksom Sanitarium Indianapolis for trQatmeat for Mr Barney Kelley Bichmon vet mrbMrR L Gentry left MouiUy for andWatt I llcKXWcCoIItVUut I lWjrLnI 7 L Mr Joe Terrill onr of the most popular of our court house officials has been very ill at his home on North street much to the regret of his many friends Mesdames R B Terrjll and MII Dickerson are in Cincinnati purchas ing a complete millinery stock upon their return will open up an up todate establishment Mr H R Smith was out yesterday after a weeks illness of tonsllitis Mr R A Woolums of Richmond has been at the L and A office during his absenceWoodford Sun Miss Mollie Scrlvner of Madison county is the guest of Mrs V M GainesMr and Mrs Thos Wells of Richmond visited relatives here the first of the week Estill Herald Mesdames E C Winesand Stephen D Parrish are in Cincinnati purchasing a complete stock of millinery and will open an upto date establish ment in the room over Lackey Hamilton Mrs F S Martin of Muncie Ind and Mrs R A Woolums of Rich mond Kywere guests of their sister Mrs J R Williams from Friday until Monday afternoon Falmouth PendletonianMrs King returned Sunday from Detroit Michigan where she has been under medical treatment for accompaniedtroit last week Mr and Mrs P F Adams Jr en tertained the Epworth League in a delightful manner last Friday night at their home on Fourth street Twentyeight guests enjoyed the hospitality of the hosts Tne principal feature of the evening was a musical guessing contest which afforded much amusement Delicious refresh ments were served and Mr and Mrs Adams were voted many thanks for so pleasant an evening Professor Mueller annonnces that the first meeting of the Dancing and Cotillion Club will be held Friday evening in the MasonicDTetnple The hours will be from eight to eleven The affair promises to be a very en joyable one indeed Good music will be provided for the occasion and many unique and novel figures will be introduced Professor Mueller is meeting with much encouragement in the city It is his intention to give one stayherechosen profession but he is a gentleman of culture and refinement and his magnetic personality has won him many friends Friday evening is be greatdealterpsichorean art- Doing Their Duty SCORES OF RICHMOND READERS ARE LEARN KlDtiEYSI kidneysdutyWhen they fail to do this the kid neys are sick- Backache and many kidney ills followUrinary troubls diabetes Doans Kidney Pills cure them all Mrs M E Ratcliffe of 113 West saysForj pain across the small of my back bothered me becoming especially acute If I stooped or brought any strain on the muscles of the back The kidney secretions were too fre quent in action and accompanied with pain I doctored and took many dif ferent meiicines butwith little if any relief until I procured a box of Doans Kidney Pills They banished the backache and restored the kidneys to a normal and heilthy condition Since taking them I can sleepand rest better and the dnll tiresome feel ing has disappeared Plenty more proof like this Iron Richmond people Call at B L Mid dletons drugstore and ask what his customers report For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMHburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Opera House Was Vacated in Less Than Four Minutes At the fine Buster Brown perfor mance at the Grand Opera House last Friday night the audience was re quested by Mayor Woods to make a test ot the time necessary to empty the building in case a paaic or fire should happen at any time Mr Woods and Mr C C Wallace appeared before the curtain and announced the purpose of the experiment as a sort of fire drill and that in order to make afair test of the matter the large audience should leave by the several exits Upon the final ringing down of the curtain the audience which completely filled the house from pit to dome left in perfect order in slightly less than four minutes MayoiVoodshouse could be emptied so quickly Nevertheless he said he still hoped the management would make some exits on the left side both gallery and auditor inm to prevent a catastrophe in case saidhethe need of additional safeguards to lire providethtmspirit sown by Mr Wallace and the opera house management he said ChicagotwoIriqrrois Theater fire t11at tire manager of the theater must stand trial for in voluntary manslaughter Tire indictment under which he is tried are pun penitentiary deliverlng alawfulcircumspection whether the lack of caution is in negligent performance or dutyisWACO Mr R Leo Davis of Lexington was here Friday Hon C L Searcy was in Frankfort last week Judge Jim Benton of Winchester was here the first of tho week Mr M W Miller has returned from Conway Miss Lucile Bunny the attractive little daughter of Mr and Mrs W 0 Bonny is spending three weeks inWinchester weekforpurchase her Spring Millinery Miss Stella Bowman has accepted a atRichmondMr and Mrs Ben Reaves enter tamed last Thursday night with an offriendsline time Mr and Mrs Sim Turpin will en tertain the Flinch Club tonight The Rev Frazter ot Scotkad but preachedakT HIs text WM aw ailoM elill rotht Fruier espttsw4 Iri so brlall eIUt 1tI Kit C iLjl s i 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 Postalus for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attention Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE RICHMOND KY la a Short While Wt Cm iay Eretjboij Works ETM Father It is a very noticeable fart that since our Mayor and Policemen have been enforcing the vagrancy law that it is not near so difficult a matter to secure 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for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK Jt ahbvROttock- tonNewby 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 thisIine t We will save yot money New Carriage Works Newby Ky wood and kitdling for sal IStove Hume Cooperage Co Did You Ruin jour Christmas cake or turkey because of that old worn ou STOVEif so come to us for a new one We carry the best that made lu our store can be found everything carried in Irstclass Hardwarestore Our line of fine Cutlery is complete The farmin season is not far off and our store is headquarters fr implements of all kinds Our motto is to please our customers Come in and see us CI E1Douglus Cu Main Street Richmond Ky r Preparing Medicine I From Doctors 4 PRESCRIPTIONS Is not only most important duty but it is also the work we most like to do work in the excellence of which we take professional ptfde work ta which we gife unstinted endeavorNo is careful otJier firstborn than we are that each individual tion here shall be rect in eycrypaltlcular plescripI Will jou entrust your our care 4 Perryand Thomas I Telephone 75 La ig A 1 e JfK IWe are Bound Ito keep Your Trade 11The Iadvance business for fall bas begun IlTheopportunity for special Bargains and rAnice selections from new stock is now Furniture j yours ll Carpets and If Mattings and if thegoods suit we make the price 0 4 v suit W Sa OUDHAM RICHMOND KY 17 I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 14 1906 IN THE LEGISLATURE Goebel Memorial Day Observed Only a Few Bills Being Introducodj Frankfort Feb 7Thls was Goe bel Memorial day In the legislature and no business was done beyond the Introduction of some new Mile In theIlouse The senate adjourned to the house at 11 oclock and short speeches eulogistic of Kentuckys martyred gov ernor were made by senators and rep resentatives till 1 oclock At 3 In the afternoon many of the legislators and others walked to the Frankfort come tory and placed scores of beautiful floral designs upon the grave of the Pu dead governor Rev T N Arnold So t made a short talk at the grave and a An prayer ended the ceremony At night at the opera house Col Bennett H Young of Louisville delivered the the principal memorial address of the daythbefore a large audience He said an tofightrate greed and gave his life to the cause of the great common people BOUGHT HER FLOWERS The People Whom She Wished To See Dead Honored Her Sharpsburg Ky Feb7Mrs Jaa Campbell aged 27 years died after an Illness of several weeks She leaves a husband and seven young children Her husband was a saloonkeeper and when prohibition was carried at an election here Mrs Campbell was quoted as saying In her anger that she wished every one who voted or workI atedthat day her health began to decline The temperance people of the town contributed money to buy flowers for her funeral and otherwise assisted In the burial The Revenue BIlloFrankfort Ky Feb 7The Joint meeting of the house and senate com mittees on revenue and taxation have been concluded and the house com mlttee met alone and decided to amend the bill by making the rate of state taxation 50 cents on 100 in stead of reducing It to 47j cents as first contemplated in the revenue bill Gas Lines in Operation Lexington Ky Feb 7The Cen tral Kentucky Mutual Gas Co has now In operation 88 miles of pipe Of this of aLand the of Lexington IIontgomery county and the town of Mt Sterling 27 miles In Winchester A and Clark county with 7 miles In Men IreerDisastrous Fire at Lexington Lexington Ky Feb 7The most disastrous fire in the history of city occurred and the loss will reach between 200000 and 250000 The fire started In the wholesale grocere house of Curry Tunis an within 30 minutes the building hamS been destroyed Other property slightly damaged Storekeeper and Gauger Washington Feb 7Edward B HIe her Is appointed storekeeper and gauger at Covlngton Ky Thomas F t Conway storekeeper and gauger in the Second Kentucky district and HarryI C Duncan appointed anm gauger at Covlngton Ky for 90 days from February 1 1906 To Be Shipped EastI1 Lexington Ky Feb 7 Tom Welsh employed by Andrew oUlj ler and Francis C Bishop the new racing magnates arrived here for the purpose of shipping Handspring and the brood mares owned by the firm to Mlllstream stud Mt Kisoo N Y r Alleged Bank Robbers Lexington Ky Feb 7The five aIIleged bank robbers who have been in Jail here for safekeeping since the robbery of the bank at Willard Carter county Ky several weeks ago were taken to Grayson Tuesday where they will be placed on trial I Stick In His Throat Sharpsburg Ky Feb 7Chester fiveyearold son of W S Sharp a merchant was running at play with a stick m his mouth when he stumbled and fell driving the stick with great force down his throat Recovery Is believed Improbable S C Biggs Appointment Washington Feb 7S C Bgg of Greenup Ky former secretary of Representative James N Kehoe of the Ninth district has been appointed a stenographer by the Panama canal commission and will go to the Isthmus Addition To Oath of Office Frankfort Ky Feb 7In th house the following bill was Introduced Providing for a constitutional amendment requiring oath of office to include I do solemnly swear that I have not carried a concealed deadly weapon Want Chlnn To Run Frankfort Ky Feb7A number of legislators and politicians from the Eighth district are urging Col Jack dunn to make the race for congress in that district It Is not know n whether he will consent Civil Service Examination Washington Feb 7The United States civil service commission an 1nouncesKy an examination will be held for the position of clerk and carrier in post office service IThere are more accidental deaths from drowning annually in most countries than from any other cause A Healing Gospel lThe Rev J C Warren pastor of Baptist Church Belair Ga sInS of Electric Bitters Its a God send to mankind It cured me of lame back stilt joint and complete physical collapse I was so weak took me half an hour to walk a Two bottles of E ectric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and Ic like walking three more Its nade a now man of me Greatest remedy for weaknessand all Stomach Liver and Kldn complaints Sold under DrugIjmpotUnt Chanje of Time on uthernRaIIwa On Friday December 1st the fol 4owirmg changes in time of Sontherjn Railway trains will become effective 4 No1 new leaving Louisville at 740 am willdopartat8OOarn ilNQ 9 now leaving Louisville at 3 4p m will depart at 330 pm No 23 now leafing Louisville at 7 p in will departat745 p m No 24 now leatinR Lexington at 6 10 a m will depart at 545 am Uo 2 now leaving Lexington at 530 pf nu will depar at 500 m 4 GorrespOHdingifcnanKes will be ma at local 6tatlo 91 and paweiifcerB ia 4 tendinx to use w tntfmi should o suit ticket ajpqj for complete Lifoiy mutiori H jElTOGBEroED l DPAIi j GOOD for OLD and YOUNG beAugust Flower keeps the children healthy tad cellwhen Mamma needs more they rush off IB chdclIup morning lack of appetite pa1ior uddy complexion ani poor spuits E Bdbaddigestiontno They also indicate the urgent nceu regnJarlrtrouble never mails to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation andsia natural tonic for and it Two sizes 2JC and 750 All druggist of For sale at Stock lon Drnjr Storet Farms and City property for sale D W TKIBBLK Real Estate AgtK Old Law App A Fifty Casey county wagoners have served with summons to appear the next term of the Lincoln County Court for alleged failure to comply with an act of the Legistureo which provides that onedconnty hauling throughanother S county shall either pay a tax therefor h r be subject to a fine Now and Then pbysiclaninvOutsmedicine that proves so universally successful whenever prescribed that publictopers This is the history of Dr Cald wells laxative SyrupPepsin For years prescribed by Dr W B Cald well for constipation land all disorders liver stomach ad l bowels it was t last manufacturedon a large scale nd is now the most successful medi cine in the world for these diseases pure scientific tonic laxative syrup pleasant to take and perfect esuiis Try it Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and f 00 Monev back if it fails IAFine Showing The Cyntbiana Log Cabin has the following concerning one mans experifiice with sheep Mr Dixie McKinley of Pomdexter claims that he has brokm the price record in ibcep in this county Ou Monday h sold his flock of fine sheep at 10 per head Beside the lambs from these ewes averaged 648 per head The wool averaged 9 pounds to the head The ewes averaged one and onehalf each or 972 p r ewe Adding the price of the lambs and the wool tbe result is 1205 produced by each ewe Abiding the sellig price of the ewes 10 each and the total returns frem each ewe was 2206 Twice Told Tales Some tales never lose in the telling and the tale of good that Dr all ells laxativr avrup Pepsin will plllbilious t po itively rrliuves and ures all n indigestion s arts up the lutiirum vcr egulates the constipated bow Is nnd restores the entii system to t 1M feet condition ol health Try it 11 by Perry aj Tnonias at 50c and iluO Money back if it fails A Mood Offld I One of the uiosttulked of mayor in thu state at present is the Hon Ihvence E Woods of Richmond by reason of his dcclarationthat wuilr Mu is in the executive tihair of the citJ the laws shall be enforced regardles of cots quen e and the further fact that he keeping his promise and brining abont reforms the city has needed for many years His first step was to have the saloons liveup to the lettei if the law and drug stores to with the city ordinances This we not done with a flourish of trumpets 10but in a quiet modest way that vi tiring about lasting results One of the principle reasons for these good results is the fact that the people are backngan officer and will stay with him has more to do toward bringing about good than anything ele Mr Woods is a clean honorable Clint tin n gentleman andis just such material ns is needed at the head cf all public affairs Central Record Failed t All efforts have failed to find a better remedy for coughs colds and troubles than Foleys Honey and Tar It tops this ctugh heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I had a bad crl on my lungs anu tried at least huh a dozen advertistd cough medi does and had treatment from two physicians without getting any bene lit A friend recrmmendsd Foley 5 Honeyand Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured me I consider it the greatest cough and lungmedicine in the world Sold by R C Stockton ItyLOO aMI s Lillian Wilson opened school at the Wood School House Monday with a large attendance elMre George Ogden of Ford is here at the bed rlle of her mother Mrs W D Bonny who is critically ill Miss Dorsie Stockton teacher at Caldwcll High School spent from Friday to Sunday with ber mother Mrs G W Stockton 1jilr Richard Lackey spent several days last week the guest of h father Mr Monroe Lackey- MrrLawrence Epperson of Clark County spent Sunday with his cousin Miss Lucy Thorpe 50Mr Will Burk returned home Fri 0day from Indianapolis Mrs Francis Tate Forbes leaves next Thursday for Tennessee where she will join ljpr who is reneral mana ger and lortheAm encan Copper CIVIlcenglnel atflues Kate CovinRton tnt 18I Club Saturday oevelllDft thek beiciful hU4te theM ftllI from here AlAe Jrowd w present and r delicotwi linehecn w 1efVI l EDITOR C C MOORE j Did He Die As a Believer Or An Unbeliever Lexington Ky Feb 9Dld Charles C Moore the noted infidel editor die with the Lords prayer on his Ups or as he had lived the latter years of his life an avowed atheist and a nonbe = liever In the Book of God This is the question that has been asked a thou sand times during the past 24 hours since his death and while the mem hen of his family believe that he thanked his views before death hli s Intimate friends think otherwise alRthough some of the latter were at the deathbed Mrs Josephine K Henry of Versailles Ky will be present at his funeral services and deliver an oration The ceremony which will held in the chapel at the LexingtonI metery will be marked pence of all features of a religious aracter Dr J B Wilson of Cia nnati Mrs Henry and Moses Kauf an of this city will conduct the iservlces The pallbearers will be Jas Hughes publisher of the Blue Gra lade Senator J Campbell Cantrell of the deceased Mack D Richardson Thomas W Moore Charles W Moore Russell Wilson Thomas R Garner and Dr J H Wood Several wellknown m nlsters expressed a doP re to be present An Intimate the family stated that the reports that all of the family were of a dif- erent belief than that expressed bj he agnostic were false as Mrs Moore entertained the same belief and wi lhappy that her husband had died as hi had lived GENERAL ASSEMBLY Tax of 5000 For Saloons It Pro posed for Solons Consideration Frankfort Feb 9The commltte on public morals reported favorabl udge Barrys bill to prevent shlpmenJ f liquors to an agent In a local opUoi the Griffith bill prohlbltlni ifundayill against presenting plays apt to ex cite race prejudice and the Barry MI raising saloon license to o000 Thi enate committee on religion an morals held a session to consider Ui famous county unit local option bill After passing the two house bills crating two new circuit court district In Eastern Kentucky the senate Into a lively wrangle over the bill ailttg a state board of agriculture forestry and immigration Representative Stewart Introduced t resolution directing the president ot A and M college to furnish a state ment showing the amounts paid t each teacher officer and employe ot the college during the last five years and a statement of his duties bj whom employed and when and the full amounts paid by the Instltutioi for all purposes The resolution wa adopted unanimously Representative Yaden of Laurel offered a resolutlot calling upon Kentuckys senators an representatives to urge the passage o a bill providing for the election ol senators by the people His resolutlot was referred to the committee on federal relations FIRE IN PROVIDENCE Flames In the Business Center Destroyed About 10000 In Property Madlsonville Ky Feb IFlnwhich bI9ke out In the business center of Providence a town of 150C people In Webster county for a Um threatened to wipe out nearly the entire city but was finally brought under control with a total loss of onlj flOOOO The principal losers were Frank Marlin store Montgomery Bros building and stock C S Brice building and stock B F Jennings building and furniture and othei smaller losses to adjoining property Allows Bets on Races Frankfort Ky Feb 9Dy a yoU of 47 to 18 the house recommitted to the judiciary committee the Simmons antlpoolroora hill with leave to report and to amend The original bill pro vldes for fines from 500 tlOO0 and the amendment to be added will ex clude race track betting from the pro- visIons With this amendment the race horse owners will not fight the bill Ate Supposed Poisoned Beef Paducah Ky Feb 9As the result of eating beef supposed p have con tamed ptomaine poisoning Dr Q L Shelton and his sons Brandon and Or vllle of Lone Oak In the county were In a critical condition for several hours J P Day Declared Insane Owlngsville Ky Feb 9J P Day wealthy merchant of Hazel Green in Wolfe county was adjudged insane jury trial and taken to Lexington asyt lum His brother Floyd Day of Win chamISIIIn Memory of His Son HopklnsvIHe Ky Feb 9James R Rash of Earlington Ky has given to the trustees of South Kentucky col lege 10000 to be used In erecting a building In memory of the donors son Ben L Rash jr who was a student at the college Died on a Train Frankfort Ky Feb 9Capt James B Clay a widely known horseman of Fayette county and a grandson of Henry Clay died suddenly on a rail road train near Baltimore while on his way to New York on a business trip The cost of the English navy amounts to f22 a year for every family in Great Britain A Menace to Health Kidney trouble is an insidious dan ger and many people are victims of a serious malady before the symptoms are recognized Folejs Kidney Cure corrects irregularities and strengthens and builds up the kidneys anti should be taken at the first indication of kidney trouble as it is impossible to have good health if the kidneys are deranged Sold by R C Stoccton CHIEF REAOAN ol the Police Do part meat in Lexlng on has fully determined according to reports to make Police Headquarters a perma nent employment bureau The idea is not an entirely new one yet It is practically so in this country The practice has prevailed for some time in European countries The idea is to make the police station an official and free employment office giving those who arc in need of employment every possible aid The rounding up of the Idlers on the corners and in the saloons Is all right but to induce idle men and women to report at poliC headquarters for work and be rca doted assistance in finding work will in our optnionaqhieve a more effect lye reform for the general good than all other reform movements com blued And why not make every police station in this country an em- ployatotUceP Mr Vswmus is in er ptf again Iron a iNure forty metres a Uc i 0 ilW rfctt side o the niouuUl eWa ol leep company with a foil will lope team to howlh0 1 l l I D W TRIBBLE IREALYour Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteedc RICHMOND KY 0 D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen ults grocery C MILLER ARORXXYATLAW BICHMOTO kxarooxY Office n the Bnroam Building next door to antlers National Bank ebSly A STTT T TVAN4 ArZOENEYATLAws RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court Honse on Main Street LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylor Hardware Store hone 582 RICHMOND ICYI JJ GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Oflic over C ATaylorahardwarestore opposite Court House Dr GG Perry Physician and Surgeon Hoars 810 to ILL m 2 to 4 pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice Amc ta BesTele 525 BICHMONP KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist obsonButlding PHONE 4 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Marshall K Denny Dentist Office over State Bank Trust Co Telephone 296 RICHMOND KY BlantonI DENTIST SfOtce vt Bennett Building anly TELEPHONE 118 DaWBCUD A FAMILIAR FACE The likeness of DR B CALDWELL appears on package of iteTery tLLCaidwells SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipa tion Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches and Fevers Caused by Bond and Stomach dis orders Eyery genuine package Is distinguished by this trade mark Your druggist will be glad to sell you either the or 100 size Sold by Perry Thomas Cattle Wanted We have on hand bount l20ehocks of fodder and want 50 or 100 cattle to teed Potts Uuerson 17jantf White Station Ky tHE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD cca At all Saloons Groceries Cafes and Stands 6c a Bottle Notice to Contractors Nolice is hereby given that the undersigned will up to 9a m on the 6th day of March 1906 receive bids for the put ting of rock on all county turn pikes The right is reserved to reject any and all bids Each bid must be sealedand sent to the undersignedat Richmond Ky 2t G W Samuels State Bank Trust CoCapital and- Surplus 16500000 Does a general liankingand Trust Co busl lies Loans money on person at And mortgage security Buy Real Estate paptr Give us your- busluess R E Turley- Ca bier Notice to Creditors Alt parties having claims agnlnst tbe estat of is O Hackett deceased tire requested to present tbe slime verified to the Sta e flank Trust Co at Richmond Ky or before March hOG or same wrll barr d All parties Indebted to said ilackettwill coil and settle on or before thAt dale and save COals I N Scudder Stae Bauk Trust Co This Feb 6 1903 4t Never open the door to a little vice j lest a great one enter with It It in better to be great in a little place than little in a big place Ills not the quantity but the quality of knowledge that is valuable You will never have a friend if you must have one without a fault Unkown persons threw dynamite bomb against the home of John Cook in Somerset No one hurt LaGrippe arid Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows LaGrippi but never follows the use of Foley Honey and Tar It cures la gripp coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Ask for Foley honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Mr G Vacber of IS7 Osgooi St Chicago writes My wife bade sever case of la grippe trileyear- iudado it left II wlt a terriMi 1a8itetrkld a bottle of Hbwj and T raDdit gave immoJiifa nile A dO cent botUe cUred he cough entirely t Refuse gubiiUatea Sold by R C Stockton 17 Perfection in Pianos at Montenegro Riehms- We carry fifteen famous makes In- luding Mason Hamlin Hazelton Halnes Bros Kingsbury Decker Son Schubert Armstrong Marshal and Wendell A Piano i n the home generates a refining influence and places the son or the daughter In a musical atmosphere which is more elevating than any brougbttotake their place in the very best society Something new a piano with the Cecilian concealed Every taste and every purse finds satisfaction here toktoe- c m Sc 146158 Vest Main Street Lexington Kentucky Golden Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a t PNEUMATICTOOL which will enable them to do better work than ever before They have a large assortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call and inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaranteed Golden Flora East Main Street Louisville and- Nashville R R yPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale dailv Special Excurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimeThroughSleepers tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAft A TRIP Consult your local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller PEFFER5 RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILr physicalmeatsoCperfectmonboodTo raentazdve1opmentsndmskejj0 NervesCursetruubisduitonerveE4usU7gnarantratorerandlfnotenredorb PURR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAOO L For sale by E C Wines rr nkor iiti n ilWYIi The Midland Route LOCAL TIM K KY dENTRAL R R POINTSI 2 00 p 6 20 L Fraokfort All alp2 lip 7 42 alA QeorKetovrii A 9 10816 25 p 3 25 P 7 50 Ports L 8 aS 42 p PII400p 82taU Qyatbiana 7 20 p 51 p A Kichmoud 2pL6 00 plO 3J a A Cincinnati L 255p QEO B HARPERC W HAYS Pres and OeD Supt o P A tattle Wanted We have on hand about 200 shocks of odder and want 50 or 100 cattle to feed Potts Duerson 17jan tf Whites Station Ky Mules For sale T will have for sale for the next three 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 Have twenty head of mules on hand at thin time It A COSDY decl78tn Red House Ky J Sold hy Perry Thomas To Make the Home Warmand Happyth- enew year prosperous and bright Buy Coal fr m- 1LuxnlD1 s BRO Tekphanc 11Q l IL u f 4aC I t From Kitchen to Parlor J- S FumitureQueensware J Carpets Window Shades i J Rugs Lace Curtains Matting Beds and Bedding It Cooking and Heating Stoves j Your home furnished complete with new and attractive goods We solicit your trade and v guarantee satisfactionII4willsave from 10 to 20 per cent JJurnaa2iigiasMain street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky r r rThere is nothing like GOOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good Gakes Rolls Biscuits QurmillOur process for making Flour and Meal isrthe latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY Wanted For Our Army Wanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men be tween the ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the United States of good character and temperate habits who can speak read andwrite English For information apply to Recruiting Officer Richmond Ky Oldham Building Chance to See the World SEE P M Pope the Hardware man of Richmond about Dia mond Edge goods Every piece warranted n nn Try a Diamond Edge AxJj pLwebit may be made less by the use of in sx that is made right Try a Diamond Edge worth every cent it costs iI RICHMOND Greenhouses A = TELEPHONE 188 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Cut Flowers Plants Decorations BSlFSpeciul attention given to Funeral Designs j I 412 Wilk Baxter 412 HighClass Wall Papers for 1906 I FORE WORD THE POPULAR DEMAND for individuality in home decorations has 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 now 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 conventionalstyles in regular matched combinations of side wall ceiling and border thereby insuring a variety of decorations which will not become monotonous My new samples contain such a large variety of matched combinations and patterns suitable for special purposes that the customer will never be at a loss for combinations suitable for any purpose Border and paper always same price W P Baxter EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY nfcoKrOUUJI Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhero In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick theIWe solicit your patronage Rates reaSon- able Equipments and faciUttof unaur passed a JwUt I I1 1 J 4 j- il 1 Ia t 4 f 1 I 1 J- i1 l I IISomepeople have a notion that rnq spring is Ill to buy a buggy That notion is costing buying popular Let picking in every de moneyII 232 I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 21 1906 Be sure to ecure tickets for the Mnrien Quartette Concert at Masonic Feb 27 2t The beautiful Springlike weather of the past few days puts us in the gar dening notion The Interurban line between Lex ington and Versailles can not bo corn pleted before May let We mean you Please call and settle your account at once 13dec3m Jones Mershon Farley fc March arenow fixed nice and neat in the Collins building over Crutcher Evans Furniture store They will be glad to nave their friends call and seethem All indebted to this IirmwiU1I1 forUJeY are vrtV mmb iuneedoG1D Berjbe cause of their fire losses Very res ectfullv febl4St FAKLEY MARCH Will Goto GwrtU Rev C n RatchfbrJ whowfbrBOHW time has been paatocolthsPresbyterf ian ChurlrsXirksviilehaaccepecf a call to a chnrjh in Menlo Georgia and will leave soon to assume his new duties Chnrcli Natters Rev J Addison Smith who has been conducting a series of meetings in Lawrenceburg announces that lie will be home in time to occupy his pulpit at the First Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning wt A tan colored traveling grip with name J G Bosly on plate These are ticles were brought from the Oldham building during the recent fire and placed on the side walk from which place they disappeared Will pay liberal reward lor return to this office Web 2t Esffll Springs Sold Estill Springs one of the loveliest spots in Kentucky and for long years recognized as a leading summer resort was sold at public auction recently Mr W II Thomas who for quite a while lisa been the manager ot the Springs was the purchaser paying 118000 for the property Mr Thomas is at present engaged in extensive lum ber business at Ford It is rumored that he will convert the springs into a summer home The Dancing School Mr Allen de C Mueller of Wash ington D C who has been organizing a class for Dancing and Deportment here during the past week will open his school at Masonic Temple this af ternoon Feb 21st for children from 3 to 5 oclock and from 780 to 930 p m for older pupils Mr Mueller is stopping at Hotel Glyndon and will be pleased to give any information desired in regard to tel ms days and hours of instruction etc Irrlne Coming to the Front Eastern capitalists have selected n site and have begun arrangements to build a large saw find planing mill at Irvine Estill county They will also erect a veneering mill and box factory and will employ 150 bands The en tire plant will involve an expenditure of 300000 No better site for such an industry could have been selected as Irvine io right on the river and is in the heart ot the lumber district Bit Sale How On Messrs Lackey Hamilton of the Hustling Cash Store are conducting an End of the Season Sale having com menced last Saturday Since then their store has been experiencing the greater rush in its history Goods are marked down to such astonishingly low prices that crowds of eager our chasers are thronging there day after day They are offering all new Spring goods at reduced figures and now is the time to buy Buster Brown The attraction at the Grnad Opera House last Thursday evening was the well known and mnch advertised comic opera Raster Brown The house was crowded tbe S R O sign having been hung out early in the evening Those who saw Buster and Tige pronounce it the bwt show ever sien here The continued applause whIch greeted ev ry detail of the nlmw showed full well the audinnc pleasure Such shows as the one the management are bringing now please the most exacting of theatre goers and we trust such a splendid run nf attractions will continue Contract Let Oaldwell High School has lit the plumbing contract to Mr J M Riffs who was the lowest bidder The con contract calls for a complete water works syctem throughout the entire building each room to be supplied with hose and racks to be used in case of l fire This ia a highly commendable move on the part of the school board which further insures the safety of both teachers and pupils The fire drill is practiced daily and it is the inten tion of the teachers to have the chil dren under such control that the building ran be emptied with order in a very few minutes Fire escapes will be put up later for tbe benefit of those in the upper stories rli StrIngQuartetteAdmission 50 cents 2t Lost Gold watch between L nand 17rromback of watch black silk fob with locketrewardIfTo Kentucky Female Orphan School Grtfuates All graduates of the above named school are requested to send name and address to prncipal K F O S MidwayKv that each may receive an Invitation to a house party to be given i ha Alumnae in May Send circumstancesfavor ELLA JOHNSON PRINKFOS Revival Meetings willholdthe burch beginning Monday Febra aiy26 S rvice8 will be held every day at8 and 7 oclock p m Rev James A Bryan pastor Third Presbytarlan preachMrBirmingham bavincr just succeeded in building one of the largest churches in thai citV He is an able earnest preacher of the gospel The people of Richmond jwill be afforded a rich treat in hearing this godly man Blooming flowers Albert announces that he has on hand the very choicest collection of blooming plants and he cordially invites his many friends and patrons to come out to his greenhouses and see same A visit to and walk thiough his establish ment will do one good transfer him for the time being to the land ot flowers It will be a treat for you even if you do not buy but with such beautiful blossoming plants and evergreens to select from and with prices reasonable it is almost impossible not to purchase Go and see Albert Will Rebuild at Once Mr W D Oldnam of the Busy Bee Cash Store has awarded the contract for rebuilding his store to Mr Sam Rice Mr Rice will begin at once to remove the debris and erect the new building from bottom to top It is Mr Old hams intention to erect even a handsomer building than the one just burned For bis business sagacity and determination Mr Oldbam has no superior and he is showered with congratulation over the fact that a hand somer and more massive building willI rise like the Phoenix of old on ruins of the one recently destroyed A Word to the Property Owners of Richmond and Madison County About Your House Fainting and Piper Hanging I take this method to inorm the pub lic generally that I am etll in the house painting paper hanging and decorative business and if you areI going to have anything done in thisI line during this season will say that I want your work and in return will give vou honest materials and honest workmanship at honest prices I also have a full line of 1906 Wall Paper Novelties to show you from the largest manufacturers in the United States at the right kind of prices and I ask youI for a liberal share of your workIThanking you fur past patronage 1 am Yours Very RespectfullyW Painter and Contractor Shop on Irvine St bet 2nd and 3rd Residence Phone 112 Shop Phone 373 21feb3m More Improvements Mr Richard McKee one of our citys most thoroughly uptodate business men and capitalists informs the Climax that he will begin at once the erection of two handsome and modern buildings on the site now occupied by the stores between his dry goods store on the cor ner and tIle racket store building Just as soon as plans and specifications are secured the work will begin It is Mr McKees Intention to erect the most modern structures stone frontete This will be one of the greatest im provements in our city in the last few years of marked growth and progress Mr McKee is being warmly congratulated upon nis determination to and such men as he are the life of a town He is not only one of our most prosperous merchants and real estate holders but likewise a gentleman of the highest tvpe He is also making his influence felt as a member of the City ouncil With Mr McKees new bul lngB and also Mr Delmuths that block will make one of the handsomest business blocks in the city Let the uood work gn on- Symeonfa Ky March 30 1903 Dr E W tt Louis Mo Dear Sirl would like to become your agent for the sale wf your medicine in thi neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life ot one man whiun twodoctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine ix l nearer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as pos sible En UHAFFESJ Symsonia Ky A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis stone weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P St Louis Mo Send for testmmonfals Sold hy aU druggists 3m aytf t Capital Surplus and Profits 16500000 We receive deperitV and pay checks on same Lend mbneroa personal security and on mort land notes Acts asgage on rear estate Buy Bxeeator Assignee Ageat tc We can eyouTry as State Bank Trust Co I Smdd Pr1r i IJI fi BREAT W Suits and Overcoats41 Lost Mm On Monday between Richmond Stock Yards and Silver Creek 1 red steer weight about 700 or 800 pounds about 2 years old Reward for infor mation leading to recovery W 0 MOOIIE l4feb 2t Paint lir k Ky Loafers Did you ever consider how much trouble and turmoil in the world is stirred up by loafers Do it and you will be surprised Investigate care fully and you will find that nine of the ten fusses and quarrels that you know of in your town or neighborhood were started by loafers who had no business of their own to attend to and so got busy with other peoples affairs The old juvenile proverb that Satan finds some mischief still fondle hands to do is as true as gospel There can be no such thing as absolute idleness Activity of some kind is essential to exist ence Men and women have to do something and when they have no work 6f their own to occupy their minds they get busy with the affairs of others and make trouble always Burlington Kan Republican A Big Success The opera house was filled to over flowing Monday night the occasion being the entertainment for the benefit ot the organ fund of the Christian church entitled The Wedding of Genevra or The Mystery of the Old Town The cast of characters included over two hundred of Rich monds most prominent people from stately bunedicts and matrons down to tiny tots no older than five years Were we to single out the acting of each we would have room for nothing else for each member showed talent and especially fine and careful train lug Miss Carlisle Chenault as the bride Genevra and Dr Harry Blan ton as Lovell the groom were per fect in their respective parts the bride in a gorgeous princess gown of white satin entrain and long tulle veil and a boquet of Easter limes the groom in the conventional lull dress evening suit Col and Mrs John R Gibson as the father and muiuer and Miss Madge Hart as the grandmother deserve especial men tion Mrs H L Perry and Miss Julia Higgins the cute and attractiva maids brought down the house by their clever acting which was brought to a climax by Mrs Perrys sweet rendition of Making Eyes one of the song hits of the day The many guests at the wedding included a large number of our most prominent society Indies and gentlemen all in full evening dress The choruses and drills were well received and exhibited wonderful skill on the part of tho coacher Mr Stern Among the specialties were song and chorus led by Miss Marguer Ito Dykes entitled The Morning Glories Twine Around the Same old Tower Miss Dykes was also heard to advantage In a selection from Ser geant Kitty called Love Japanese chorus Toklo songs by Misses Ethel Barnett Laura Bright and Miriam Noland Plckaniny ChorUs Rufus Rastns Johnson Brown and many others too numerous to men tion Altogether the performance from start to finish was ef the highest order the tableaux light elects etc being perfect The fioaselal part of the undertaking was quite a sneers fllO above all expensed will be used toward the organ fand Te perform slice was repeatediaat night bat as we were on press before the Irawr for the performance we are ua Ue to My what Mae HOW aVt wi L tk- ewddlj l Go through our big stock of fine handtailored Suits Overcoats and Raincoats none of which sold for less than 20 andmost oi them at 2250 and 25take your choice without limit at 15 You can afford an extra suit or coat at this price cant you Fine allwool fabrics tailored in the I latest styleexcellent values at 18 Slaughtered to 1250 Thinkof the saving CASH ONLWe candidly believe that no store in the State has ever equaled these values Circumstances compel us to make this sacrifice and good judgment prompts you to take ad vantage of it J 7and 15 Suits and Overcoats for only 975 No creditSerious loss to us but its better than to carry them to next season Choice oi all our 1250 values for 875 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 ICOVINGTON True KentuckyHospitality The Eighth District Press League Spend Delightful Day ia Richmond A Hustling City Lancaster Record The meeting of the Eighth District Press League at Richmond last Fri day was delightful in every sense of the word The local newspaper men Clarence E Woods AD Miller and Time Pickles had arranged a lovely program and not one moment dragged with the visitorsThe of members arrived about noon and the entire partv was taken to the elegant Glyndon Hotel where they enjoyed the splendid fare that most excellent hostlery provides for its guests A drive to the University groun Is showed the editors what an ideal place it is for the State Normal School soon to be established The bulding is one of the handsomest and most substantial in Kentucky while the grounds are unsurpassed in beauty and location The citizens of Richmond proposed to give this entire property to the state provided thp Legislature will locate the school there This proposition is decidedly the best and most liberal the State ever had offered it in the locating of anv in stitution and if the question is settled upon its merits arid if there is no sheD anigan in the matter the school wilj certainly go to Richmond The session of the League was filled with business of great importance to newspaper publishers and much benefit will be derived therefrom There pre twenty news papers all located in the Eighth Congressional District who are members Hon Low B Brown of Harrodsburg Is president and Mr A D Miller of Richmond secetary The next meeting will be held in Danville Home time in May The Richmond people are right up to the minute in business affairs and we know of no town in Kentucky with a more sociable and thrify citizenship The business and dwelling houses are neat and attractive the streets are kept clean there is no disorder and we have never visited a city where one receives a more hearty genuine cordial reception You are made to feel at home the minute you set your brogan within the limits of the city of Richmond Itvlid our souls good to hear the many compliments passed upon bighearted Clarence Woods the new May or for his determination and success suppressing lawlessness Not with etaning the fact that he has only warm ed the woolsack In the Mayors chair for a few weeks he has succeded In stopping the sale of liquor on the Sab bath a violation of the law that has caused much trouble in the town He opens the sessions of the city coun cil with prayer and invites all the citizens to attend the meetings while the books and accounts of time city are always opera ior inspection by the pub- lIc The most delghtful feature of the meeting was the banquet given th raembfrsby the Richmond newspaper men at Masonic Temple Friday even lug lion RW Miller presided as toast master while toasts were respond ed to by RJ McBriue and Juo D Wakolield of Lousville Hon Jerry Bull van Lew B Brown Thos Pickles sad others Mayor Woods made the address of welcome A delightful spread was peryed and we are told the boys did ample justice theretosomet- hing pat of tne ordinary lor a news paper man to do when he has an op portunity to eat O ring to iilaeee ot cur betterhalf we wire eo plfl w return home be SlIt e 41 b4ilNI W54 aervr c4 The mild weather as every one knows has been dead against the sale of win ter merchandise consequently we find ourselves greatly overstocked on heavy Suits Overcoats Underwear Gloves Footwear t etc To carry this stock till next winter is out of the questionwe cant afford it we MUST have the room and the cashtno 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 saletheres something here he needs or will need before the winter is gone and these Siaughtr 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 cashpositively nothing charged It is worth the journey to Richmond tll have the pleasure of slmakilig handsi with such noble gentlemen good friend Col Jas W Caperton The typical Kentucky gentleman a Chesterfield in manners and possessed of a heart as warm and tender us a noble woman Col Oauertou is a citizen ofwhom the people should and do feel justly proud If all men were of his wake up time world would beasfree from sin as it is possible to make it The Louisville Atlantic Railroad has opened up a territory which is of inestimable value to Kiclimondus it ex tends through a section of country which brings the bulk of as business to the town It runs through Irvine the famous Estill springs and to Beat ville the leading town ot that section of the mountains of Kentucky A splendid train service is given and tln scenery is the finest in Kentucky A great deal of the travel in summer is done bv people who go merely to view this scenery and enjoy the pure moun tain air The newspapers are right up to date both from newsgiving and typograph- Ical standpoint The visitors were royally entertained by the editors ot these journals John Marrs is on duty as clerk at time Glydou Hotel He is one of the best hotel clerks in Kentucky aud very popular with the patrons of the house Mine Host Corzeliue is a gentleman popular with every body and is never so happy as when doing something for the comfort of his guests AVe were glad to see Chief of Police Altman back on duty about tully rtcov- ered from the injury he received sometime ago Capt Allraan is a splendid officer and a fine gentleman but if you want to break tne law you had better seek other fields than his bailiwick to kick up the trouble One of the most popular citizens is our iormer townsman Mr Juo E Greenleaf cashier of the Richmi nd National Bank He located in Richmond some years ago and has been quite successful in business He is highly respected and one of the towns best most substantial citizens There are quite a number of Lancaster people in Richmond but in our hurry to return limited time prevent ed calling upon them On the whole the newspauer people have never been treated more royally in the eleven years we have been running about with them anti we know that every scribe present last Friday will ever remember his visit with the greatest of pleasure L L A Trip to Richmond lYe Editors of the Eighth District League Entertained Delightfully in That Beautiful City Sbelbjr Record The editor of the Record is one of the twenty members of the Eighth District Publishers League and one of the tilteen newspaper men who were the guests last Friday and Saturdayof Mayor Woods and the editors of the newspapers published at Richmond The gathering of the tranSBCJJLongiie but incidentally the treat men of the pencil pushers was a feature that was enjoyed and appreciatedby them audIt rellected credit on Mayor Woods Mr Tods Pickles of the Register Mr AD Miller of the Climax and the good citizens generally ot the Capital City of Madison A freight wreckonthe L A Friday morning delayed the passenger train several hours but the tiata of waiting was p nt with tKrJfowBiiir prOS of YerIiUkiloo a i publish that excellent paper the Woodford Sun and whose only regret is thiit they are not in the Eigth District that they too might be mem as bers of our League Contrary to custom there was no such thingas cussing our luck in being delayed as Suporintendend Smith of the L A is such an allround good fellow that we sympathized with him and his subordinates in what was an un avoidable accident biding our time in patience until the time came for us to leave Woodford countys Capital for Madisons county seat By tele phone we bad been assured that our delaywas a matter of as much disC tress to our friends at the latter place as it had been to us but the assur ance that dinner would be saved for us brought consolation to all for the unavoidable delayfArriving ducted in carriages to the Glyndon Hotel probably the best house of entertainment in Kentucky outside of Louisville where we Icanred that aajoke was not being played on uss when we were told that dinner would he ktpt for ts It was a cracker j ick good and plenty of it and if Ben Cozine Lew B Brown and Bro Marsh particularly dont write personal letters to the proprietors thanking them for what they did we will feel that Ihey have failed to do their full duty After diniicr we were taken in carriages c to see Richmond and it is really one of the nicest and best little cities to be found anywhere Her private residences would be a credit to any town oj city and her stores are as good or better than those found elsewhere in Kentucky except in Shelbyville While out driving we were shown the Central University grounds which Richmond proposes to donate to Ken tricky provided a State Normal School is conducted there The property ii desirably located ready fot occupancy and is woith 150000 Ifan arrangement is made to estat lish a normal school anywhere in Central Kentucky the Legislature should not hesitate to accept Rich morals offer In the afternoon the business of the League was transact ed to the satisfaction of every mew ber present and at nine oclock that night the League a number of charm- Ing lagles and several of Richmonds prominent citizens were the guests of Messrs oods Miller and Picktls at a banquet given in the Masonic Hall To tbe that had beedprovidetlamplejustice was done and then came a feast of reason and a flow of soul Mayor Woods was the toastmaster and he did himself proud This is enough for those who know him for he is certainly enter tuning and witty and the introduc tion of every speaker accentuated the reputation be has for being able to talk often an l entertainingly without at any time btomiag tiresome The speeches were all good and we would be glad to make mention ofeach but spice forbids Among tbe speakers were Thos H Pickels editor of the Register Hon Lew BHrown President of the League and editor of the Harrodsburg Democrat Rev Hugh McLellan pastor of the Rihmond Christian church fmrderlyof Shelby vile Hon Jerry A Sullivan who may be the next Congressman from this district John Wakelield formerly oi the fraternity helL now a member of LoHlsvUloa lioard oi FablUi Safety A P Hilter SflJsrjrel the LeBjuis c Jr l l J Uit Boys Suits Weve slaughtered prices with only one end in view to rush the suits out and bring the cash in 6 3 50 4 00 4 50 215 i300 Suits for 195 250 Suits for 165 Knee 1J Pants 50c for 39c 75c 55c JOO for 79c i Boys Shoes Overstock of theavyBoys Sweaters 50c for 39c 1 for 79c 150 for J S Afor M Hanan Shoes All doublesole styles slaughtered5 3 955 50 for 25 d hShoes 4 NeckwearChoice of all our finest 50 and 75c Ties for 25 cts Slaughter prices on Shirts Hats Caps Suspenders toshes Duck Coatsbiggest saving on record for cash buyersI and editor of the Climax and last I but not least R J McBride the worthy successor of Emmett Logan j editor af the Louisville Times The festivities were continued until the wee sma hours and everyone present left the banquet ball glad to have been there It was red letter day with the poor newspaper men and all of them are pleased with Richmond her excellent people and her Mayor whose reputation as a reformer is coextensive with the United States Oedllan Club Notes After a lapse of three weeks the cilian Club had an exceptionally de- lI btJul meeting Wednesday with Mrs Hubert Barnaul Despite the cold day quite a large number of members and Xiitsts were present The interior of lovely home was aglow ul hospitality which made all forget the chilling atmosphere outside The progr m was an unusually Interesting one appealing strongly to all southern hearts in as much as consider ble stress was placed upon the Folk of the Nation mention bel ng made of tlose old favorites My Old Ken tucky Home Old Folks At Home Massas in the cold cold groumlV tc Mrs Burnam leader of the program as well as hostess handled the subject Songs with and without words in a masterful way showing thorough study An same After a splendid list of pieces both instrument al and vocal had beed heard a deli ious lunch of salad sandwiches Knee Pants Suits latest styles ages from 3 to 6 choice for for winter for 4 withcheer Dixie BANKSt ttct wafers and ice was served and a half hour of good cheer and social chat pre vailed In the lunch the valentine idea was brought by the dainty hear shaped sandwiches and red jelly hearts scattered over the salad The following is the program Roll Call Star singers of tire day Vocal duetAngels Ever Bright and Fair Mrs A R Rurnam Mrs Pickels Paper The Makers and Interpreters of Song Mrs Pickles Spinning Song Piano eolo Mrs Hanger Selections Grieg and Chopin Mrs Oldham Reverie Piana solo Mrs Middlcton A Group of Folk Songs Mrs Oldham Sing Me To Sleep Mrs Perry Song Without WordsBlne Eyes Mrs A D Miller National Songs and Their Adoption Mrs McLellan Married bixty Two YK Elder J W Harding and wife of Winchester observed their 62nd wedding anniversary last week This venerable couple are well known over the state Elder Harding is 83 years old4nd still actively engaged in the worfcof the ministry His wife will soon be 77and both am hale and hearty Elder Harding has perhaps oillciated at more funerals weddings and Bap tisms than any other minister in Ken tucky the in t we are by in to sell you the in for also the same in a for E Come and be that this is the place to buy your F The One Pried House I E i J yd J 1 OF LIFE No One Ua be Strong With a Weak Stomach B1 Middeltoa Tells How It Nay be Strength The stomach is the mainspring ot life When it is strong and acts per fectly then the whole system is right assimilation is perfect and body and brain are thoroughly nourished One may perhaps get temporary re lief from stomach troubles by using pepsin or some other digestant but this treatment has no curative effect It does not reach the seat of the trouble and remove the cause How much better to use Miona which restores lost functions ot the whole digestive system revives flagging nutrition and aids in the assimilation of food Miona is a pleasan remedy to UBP and benefit isseen from almost the first days treatment It restores the torpid glands and stimulates the natural di gestive secretions It checks fermenta tion stops germ growth soothes in flammation and cures all troubles such as headaches backaches iheu matic pains furred tongue sleepless ness nervousness and general which are caused by imperfect diges tion It is the only remedy that is so uniformly successful in the cure of stomach diseases that B L Middelton ia willing to give a guarantee with every 50 cent box of Mion tsbtstcmat the remedy will Cst nothing unless it cures He has so much faith in Mio theIrisk i ++ I7I t Doris t j footwear That durabilityIIn In fit c Notwithstanding great advance + leather enable buying large quanties above styles ladies shoes 200 + style cheaper shoe h50 convinced footwear Rice Arnold S4 + + +++ c 1iur1l tjl MAINSPRING cuesI t debilityt Fm7IF k L a r s ++++g+ k++++ +++++ r +++ H4 1 o az- r 1 t k y F l IE IE c A THE HUSTLING CASE STORE Ta r a ANLt S iz We have now completed the new addition to our building which together with the unusually warm weather has for a time hindered our business and left us with too many winter goods on our shelves which we are very anxious to clean out To do this we are willing to make sacrifices to our customers With everything in readiness we are determined to close out all lines of heavy goods We intend this sale to be your greatest bargain getting opportunity since the Hustling Cash Store started Everything must go as we have no desire to carry newtheseSpring Goods have arrived we will also offer them at eeduced prices during this sale It is an opportunity to buy goods for your spring apparel at much lower prices than you couldotherwise secure them He is an idea as to what your money will buy 1 yd wide Black Taffeta Silk 150 value for 115 1 yd wide Guaranteed Taffeta Silk 125 value for 95c 27 inch Colored Silks 100 value for 79c Plain and Fancy Colored Silks regular 50 and 75c quality go in this sale from 39 to 1nc All Heavy Dress Goods from 100 and up at a cleanup price of 88c Dress Goods formerly sold at 75 and 85c per yd will be offered at 65c ydOurNice Assortment Worsteds Flannelettes etc ranging in price from 12t to 20e will go at 10 and 12c Our Entire Line of Flannelette Waistings in beautiful colorings worth 10c now 7cApron Check Gingham good quality 4cBest Calicoes 4 c r a Remnants of all kinds almost given awayBleac-hed X Cottons 5 to 8c for the best i ii A Good Brown Cotton 5c per yd K5ri tiTobacco Canvas good quality for 2ic cYr ti Q Ladies Heavy Fleeced Ribbed Vests 50c value now 39c l All 25c Ladies Underwear for 20c i Mens 100 Underwear for 79c per garmenta d C d Mens oOc Underwear for 38c per garmentY 7 A Ladies Fleeced Hose 9c per pair 7t Childrens Heavy Ribbed Hose 9c per pair White Goods and Ginghams We have just received a beautiful line of SPring Vhite Goods Suitings Ginghams etc which will be sold at reduced prices in this sale Mercerized White Goods new crepe effects worth 35 to 50c at 25c per yd JFull Quality White Goods 10 15 and 20c new A F C and Red Seal Ginghams will be sold at 9c per yd Boys Clothing Overcoats 5 Boys t hit i r I r Laces Embroideries 234 and 5c ydExtraCorset Covers regular 40a for 27c Muslin Underwear t By an we a double order of Muslin greatest line bargainsinLadies TailorMade Skirts WehaveSkirts for 155 Skirts worth for 198 Skirts worth 300 for 245 Skirts worth and tOO for 295 s Skirts worth 5 00 for 425 line Skirts plain and fancy Panama goods worth at 500 We a few Blankets in extra quality which will be they last at 25 per cent regular price CARPETS AND LACE CURTAINShave a bran new Carpet Department in our basement This department is brimming full with bargains 1 s Good lOc yd good CottonChain 25c vafue for effects 35c values for 23c Brussels Carpets 60 and 75c best allwool Carpets worth 75c for 62 12c 50 and 60cfmedallion Body and Axmintscer Rugs from 17 to 21 Jute Rugs 30x60 for 98c Moquet Rugs 30x60 1298 up to Swiss Curtains 89c per and up 6 r xT t Lace Curtains 3948 69 and 98rper pair Men s and and departmentWeMens Suits 398 750 and up Suits and Overcoats 98c and up and saleLaceEmbroideries value oversight have Underwear The worth 200 250 350 Nice in 750 have pair all wool sold while off We Mattings Brussels 9x12 450 pair J1 h Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes ShoesWeOur stock was bought early thus enabling us to make better prices Dont miss this Sale Come and bring your neighbors We have Bargains for you not mentioned above We have the goods we adver yourtimejrI d LA S NMAIN t c j- rLTI2 1 11f f1 J1lJ ifin i = f Q i