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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i iTHE RICHMOND CLIMAXID = IDvOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1906 NUMBER 40 mJ f ii ill ID 1 Clearance Sale Values illAlarge number of chairs and rockers in all finishes piecescenterlj DRAPERIESSeveral hundred pairs of curtains and a 1lotof remnants of upholstery oods etc at cost and less J CARPETS and RUGS Several room size rugs and a lot3 SmyrnahearthJ WALL PAPERA large fall business leaves us with a 1 I great many remnants of wall paper on hand that must be shortjlotst that will be sold for less than import cost i rnJ I etl 41 t Christmast I Is Overt i tt but we are still on hand Our store has sub A dGhmerged from the terrible rush of Christmas buyers and is now ready for its steady every day bUSi ness OUt stock is complete Everything useful 1everthing low priced Give us a call The RacKet store East Main Street I Christmas is Over and 1906 is Here Our oldfirm known for its select stock of Dry Goods iivl Notions is entering upon the new year with a stronger termination than ever to please our many customers We iiry only good goods Our prices suit all purses Wishing tit a prosperous year we are your tried and true friends White Gjbp4n We Are Agents For The Ladies Home Journal Patterns We are always looking for something better always working to j5p scnre values styles superior to other stores That ig why we nave m1e a change in our pattern department Oliver Chilled Plows Now is the time Get your plow ready dont lose a day It will turn over soil that has never been reached before Come and see us we will tell you all about it D1B ShoukelfordGo MY NAME IS THURMANf 1IAn Bsuys o DOGS HERDING INSTINCT Tucld nt Illustrating How It Manl feats Itself in looking After Hens as Well as Sheep The way the instinct for herding comes out In sheep dtfgs Is wonderful isays a New York Sun writer I once had a young collie given to me He was only six months old and had never received any training or seen other dogs managing a band of sheep I had gone out of sheep at the time and there was nothing about the ranch apparently for him to do The puppy moped about for a week or ten daya Then a happy thought struck him There were the hens toIherdon the watch for them when they emerged from their house on the side ot the gumbo bank after feeding in the morning and would assume charge ot them for the rest of the day Collecting them in front of him he would drive them a clucking waddling protesting band out about half a mile on to the prairie While they ran about after Insects or pecked at the weeds and grass he sauntered about on the out skirts keeping a vigilant eye on every pullet and rooster And punctually an hour before sun set he would gather them up into a compact little group and drive them home This selfappointed task he per formed with the greatest system of thoroughness displaying all the highest gifts of the sheep dogfidelity judg ment tact conscience He was a most engaging little rascal and I grieved for him as If he had been a human when after a few months be ate wolf poison and died MEMBER OF NOTED COMPANY The lAdy Washington In Which a New York Fireman Gained Distinction Hugh Bonner deputy Ore stoner became a member of the old vOlI unteer fire department In 1860 and aa EnIgtn3tion as a fire fighter relates the New York Sun The Lady Washington known to all New York vamps was a Fourteenth ward company stationed in Mulberry street between Broome and Spring In the heart of a neighborhood which de veloped more active politicians at the period of Its prominence than any other ward of New York except the Sixth From It John Kelly Daniel OReilly Judge John Hayes Judge Clancy and James J Hayes came originally It was a district noted for fire fighters as well as for politicians and sometimes the two were combined The Lady Washington was the chief- o the engine companies in the Four teenth ward as the Columbian No 9J having Its house with 40 on Mulberry street was the hose company and the Hibernia 18 on Mott street was the hook and ladder company or truck as the present designation is The Lady Washington engine had a variegated history being in fact the lineal descendant as It were of a company established In the same neighborhood in 1812 which after 30 years of activity was tdisbanded to be reorganized ten years ICE COATING FOR WARMTH Fruit Cars Covered with Sheet of Frozen Water to Preserve IContentsThe use of ice for heating purposes is one of the oddities of our modern clv llizatlon It often happens that a train carrying fruit from South America to the northern states encounters a spell of cold weather en route If the temperature goes below a certain point the perishable merchandise will be ruined But it has been ascertained that such a iinlsfortune may be prevented by cover lag the fruit car with a coating of icea thing easily accomplished by turning a hose upon it and allowing the water to freeze until the whole vehicles enveloped in a glassy and glittering blanket It may Indeed be appropriately called a blanket Inasmuch as it prevents the radiation of heat from the Interior 01 the car The Ice being a good noncon ductor the warmth Is retained and the fruit or possibly it may be vegetables goes on Its way unspoiled even by zero weather Some trucks used for transporting oranges are often fitted with ice stoves which while useful during hot weather as refrigerators are filled with ice during the cold weather Dog and Snake Fight Two BaDarat sportsmen while on a shooting excursion to Lal Lal encoun tered a large snake that was attacked by a dost that accompanied them The reptile wound Itself around the dog and an exciting fight ensued during which the animal bit oft the taU 01 the serpent The sportsmen anxious to save the dog decided to shoot the reptile If an opportunity presented it self This occurred when It thrust out its head over the hind quarters of the setter The shot however instead of hitting the snake entered the body ot the dog the death of which was In stantaneous The snake was then di- eoatchedBrftish Australian a In almost every hamletevery neigh borhood there are living examples of what Liquozone can do Wherever you are you need not go far to find some one who has helped by it Talk to some of those cured ones perhaps own friends are among them Ask if they advise to try Liquozone Or let us buy a bottle power for yourself If you need help please dont stay us show to youas we have to mil lionswhat Liquozone can do What Is The virtue of Liquozone are derived eddy from gases The is sent to user process of making re large apparatus 8 to 14 Says time Jtis d by chemists of the hihest class The le to eo fizandcombine the the system a powerful Contact Liquoiorie any form of disease germ because germs are of vegetable origin Yet to the Lwuo zone se only harmks but helpful in the extreme That iaits main m tiactioti Common germicide are poison when taken internally ia why medicine has been so helpless in a germ disease le exhilarating vi yetm ease germ We perchaeed the Aierien rssta tc Ieflie U uusI teaM J ii q Consumption II There is no specific for Fresh air ex ercise nourishing food and Scotts Emulsion will come pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Millions of people throughout the goodhealth q From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION and tolerate it a long time There is no oilnot easilydigested system as cod veroil in the form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in where its use must be continuous i We will send you a sample free g Be lure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper of erety bottle of Emulsion you buyg Scott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York soc indI l14nrultll = tie Historic Courthouse To Razed Harrodsburg Ky Feb 22The his toxic courthouse of Harrodsburg will aoon be a thing of the past The grand Jury in a rather sensational report to Circuit Judge Bell condemned the present county buildings and recommended the erection of a new couttj house Railway Yards and Roundhouse Mlddlesboro Ky Feb 22R Ho- rnek of Cumberland Gap has con tracted with the Southern Railway Co to construct their yards and round house at Hamilton Springs Tenn All the coal the IHddlesboro district will be handled in these yards Grocer Adjudged Insane Paris Ky Feb 22Walter art wellknown young grocer was ad judged to be of unsound mind and was Taken to the Lexington asylum by Con stable Lee BeaU Stewart lately puT chased a grocery and had just taken possession The Lincoln Farm Frankfort Ky Feb 22Mr Hannah called up the resolution in the legislature urging the government to buy the Lincoln farm In Larue county this state and convert It into a national park It was unanimously adopted Deadly Fight With Knives Richmond Ky Feb 22At Doe Oreek In EntaIl county Clay Shlviy and Green Williams engaged in a des perate fight with knives Willlama was badly cut that he wi11die Shlvely escaped and has not been cap tu ed Killed By a Falling Tree Lebanon Ky Feb 22Whlle cutting down a tree on his farm south ot this city John Smock was caught while It fell to the ground He was Instantly killed McCormack was 50 years old and a prominent citizen A Bottle of Explosives Columbus 0 Feb 22John Ger rick who boards Francis Mc Bride found a bottle on the mantel containing white powder He threw It into the fireplace An explosion fol lowed that wrecked the side of the house Grosvenor Defeated Lancaster 0 Feb 22 Albert Douglas of county was nominat ed for congress by the republican Eleventh cdngrontonal convention on the first ballot by a of 78 with 20 for Gen Grosvenor Jones the officer la in a quandary The superstitious dUsoos there think she was either a spirit of a spook Japan has at last a newspaper in which the samo type Is used as in our journals It is called the Romajl Tm Well Liquozone is EverywHere been your learn Liquozone etch from gaseaastocarryinto kills consumption consumption Of for consumption from Stew with Ross yale Because taUzinrzopWrifyiaci been made with it Its power had been proved again and again in most dif germ diseases Then we offered to supply the first bottle free in every disease required it And over one million dollars been spent to an Bounce and fulfill this offer The result is that 11000000 bottles have been used mostly in the two years Today there are countlesscurcd- ones cattereu everywhere to tell what Liquozone has done But so many others need it that this offer is stili In late years sci- encehastracedscores of diseases to germ attacks Old remedies do not apply to them We wish to show those ones at our cost what Liquozone can do Where It Applies These are the dieeaaeslit which Liquo zone has bndmost d In these it has earned its widest In all of these troubles we supply first bottle free Andin nllno matterhow dif ficult we offer each user a two months further test without the risk of a penny AlthmGoltreOoatAtmce9a1 Bronchitis Hsr Fever Influ ns Blood Poison lAerfJW Bowel Trouble l corrhea CouthsOoKJs Mal rlNearlConsumption MeQUInS1 Contagions DSfUeI Wfceamstlsta csncercatarri ScfOtaJaBypk1Uli nyenter7DIsrThe 1n DieeMeS rubercisloMS TwaOAUL T r a tjgftri THE KENTUCKY SOLONS County Unit Bill Caused a StraIned Situation In the SenateI Frankfort Feb 2Ilfhere were hot words over the county unit bill in the senate and as a result at least twoIsenators do not speak as they pass by In a speech Senator Cammack reiter ated his charge that a conspiracy ex isted to defeat the bill which was de flied by Senator Porter The senate committee on courts of justice agreed to report favorably the Hlckman bill providing for official circuit court stenographers and the Linn bill requiring that all claims presented to the county fiscal courts shall be sworn to The house committee on publlo health decided to report favorably the bill requiring the formula to be printed on the outside of tie bottle or pack i age of all patent or proprietary mod cines In the house Mr Barry of Ly on and Marshall resigned as mem bers of the special committee appoint ed by the speaker several days investigate the several state ments The resolution departI committee was introduced by ry who later charged that he could not get a meeting of the committee and secured the appointment of four additional conimitteemen QUARRELED OVER CORNI Henry Turner Shot and Killed Elisha Howard His Fstherintaw Owlngsvllle Ky Fee 21A telegram states that on Cane creek Breathitt county Henry Turner shot and killed his fatherinlaw Blisha Howard The men quarreled over the division of corn owned jointly by them and Howard attempted to take the corn from Turners possession This was resented by Turner who shot his fatherInlau through the brain kill Ing him Instantly Turner disappearJ ed and has not been Kentucky Miners Louisville Ky Feb 21Announce ment was made that the annual convention of district 23 United Mine- Workers of America which embraces the Western District of Kentucky willI open here March 7 The principal business will be a wage scale Sixty delegates and 39 operators will at tend IThey Want a Receiver Louisville Ky Feb 21A suit asking that a receiver be appointed for the Louisville Water Co all of which stock is owned by the city has been filed by Louis Kirch W B Lucas and R F Woemer It Is charged that the company is wastefully and negligently managed Gideon on a Visit Lexington Ky Feb 2LDavid Gid son the eastern turfman who has his band of brood mares and stallions lo cated at the farm of E L Davis in Woodford county arrived here from Hot Springs mend after an inspection of his stock will proceed to New York Albert Walter Acquitted Louisville Ky Feb 21Albert Walter charged with having murdered Joseph Garr and thrown his body into the river August 4 was acquitted In the criminal court Mrs William King testified that Walter had confessed to her that he committed the crime Many Back Tax Suits Owensboro Ky Feb 2LOver 1000 tracts of land were advertised for sale by Revenue Agent Alexander of Lou- Isville for back taxes A thousand farmers were in the courthouse and 200 paid their taxes end saved their property from sale The Lid at Louisville Louisville Ky Feb 21All theaters and skating rinks in Louisville are to be closed on Sunday hereafter The board of public safety Issued the order Tuesday The chief of police Is instructed to see that the law is en forced strictly Trial Was Postponed Harrodsburg Ky Feb 21At the request of the commonwealth ttie trial of Luther Herron and William Brit ton policemen charged with killing Walter Stotts was postponed until tha Mav tArm at circuit CQUrt Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkan sas writes H L Stanley of Brann Mince the resmration if my wifes hal h after five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the world greitest medicine Dr Kings New DIcovcry for Constmp ti nwhich I know from experience will cure consumption if Nken in time MwHo improved with first bottle and twelve bottles completed the euro Cures thn worst coughs and colds or uionoy refuLded At R C Stocktons drigglst 50c and Trial bottle free Thero are more talkers than thin ere Here you have the solution ol gossip Knowledge is power until a mall reaches the point where he knows all w of Tale Told reputation Abo most forms of the toUowinc KIdney Troubles IJrer Troubles Btomacb Trouble Women Disease Fever Inflammation fr csurrb Impure or pot soned blood osntlly ludlcats germ MUclc In nervous debility IJunoions eta as TiUllaor accomplishing remarkable rssulu 50c Bottle Free- If you need Llquorone and have tried it please send us coupon Wi will then an order on a F druggist for a fullsize bQttle and wil pay the druggist ourselves for it Tlft- is our to convince you to let the product jtself show you what it can do In yourself please it for it places you p no obligations whatever Liquozone costs SOc and SI CUT OUT THIS COUPON fill It out sod moll it to The Zlquozon Cpa n7 4i464 Watts nCblcaco My disease I hATe never tried Uqaozone bat If you win supply mo a He bollls tn Iwill UUe AD Di1 3 4eyerufieswrileplinly Nou Unt Mils osfer sppUe to Dew men cnly Any peyicis oeoiItel oretM Ll18rw- llolW MIrasee4 lee a 14 r cJ 0J 11 aI MIl NEW KIND OF MAINE SLATE Bed of Superior Material Recently Uncovered In Somerset County A new variety of slate has been discovered by Prof T Nelson Dale of the United States geological survey In the town of Forks Somerset county In cen trill Maine between the Kennebec anrt Piscataquis rivers The slate crops out In the bed of Holly Brook where It Is exposed for a thickness of SO feet or more across the cleavage The nearest railroad is the Somerset railway extension at Mosquito Narrows six miles distant The slate is bluish black and fine oi texture with a cleavage surface which shows less luster than that of tha Brownville slate but is still bright its graphitic contains a very small amount of magnetite has no argilla ceous odor does not effervesce in coM dilute hydrochloric acid is sonorous and is readily perforated The ledge does not show discoloration nor do fragments that have been exposd for 15 years The constituents of this slate arranged in the order of their abundance appear to be muscovite quartz chlorite pyrite and graphite with accessory tourmaline zircon and rattle This Pleasant Pond slate to name it after the nearest topographic feature would prove suitable either for roofing or mill stock purposes Another ledge of sim- Ilar slate has been exposed by trench- Ing about a third of a mile away but this slate shows some false cleavage at least at the surface Should that tea ture continue into the mass the slato would have little or no commercial value The slate of the Holly Brook outcrop is free from that undesirable characteristic SUNDAY LAWS IN VIRGINIA Liquid Refreshments Not to Be Had Unless One Knows the Ropes Down in the quaint old seaport of Norfolk a few days ago I saw a beautiful example of the workings of a strict Sunday law said W L Rodgers of Baltimore according to the Washington Post It was not possible to get any liquid refreshments in the hotels and the saloons were hermetically sealed Strolling along one of the principal streets my attention was attracted to a crowd of men who swarmed in and out of a place as if It possessed a magnet Sure enough it did as I found by join ing the crowd The place was dingy and unattractive but it had a bar in full blast and the man behind the counter couldnt dish out the liquor fast enough I called for a drink too but the bar tender instead of waiting on me asked me for my ticket I told him I hail none and he proceeded to explain This Is a clubroom and we dont serve drinks to any except members However there Is the secretary and youI might ask him At this the person pointed out as secretary came up and repeated what the other had told me We have to comply with the Virginia law said he or risk going to jail But you look all right and I can make you a member of the club The fee is 20 centsI paid It without a murmur andI thought It a pretty cute mode of selling a drink for 35 cent- sTREASURELADEN BURROS Train of Donkeys Loaded with Gold Fall Into Mexican River and Are Lost The American owners of the Quada lupe de los Reyes mines situated in the state of Sinaloa are still mourning the loss of 100000 of gold and silver bullion which was lost several months ago in a remarkable manner relates the Mex ican Herald The train of donkeys load ed with bullion were on their way to Mazatlan at which point the precious cargoes were to be shipped to San Fran cisco by water The animals were going along a narrow trail bordering high above the Piaxtla river when the roadway softened by the rains suddenly caved into the river the animals and bullion and a number of the Mexican drivers disappearing in the current As soon as the news of the heavy loss reached the owners of the mines a large force of men was sent out to search for the treasure a search that has been in progress for some time but not a single bar of the bullion has been recovered It is supposed that the animals with their freight were swept down the river into the Pacific ocean The hunt for the bullion is still on and a group ot em ployes of the mines are patroling the river day and night for a distance ol more than 100 miles to keep outsiders from searching aad getting away with the treasure Leaves aa Medicine Grape leaves are the sovereign rem edy in Switzerland for cuts and fresh wounds Decoctions of the Juice of the leaves are used In poultices An agreeable tea Is also made from the leaves which is said greatly to strengthen the nerves The leaves are also excellent food for cows hogs anti sheep The tears of the vine used medicinally are a limpid exudation of 1buddingthe plant by cuttlngtoff the ends of the canes bend Ing them down and sticking the ends Into the neck of the bottle which will be filled in a few days The wood and branches are used In the manufacture of baskets furniture rustic work bark for tying material etc and When burned potash and salts 4+ CALL AT4 +si JONES JIERSBONS SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptp ate and accommo datiOnH J kaatee Smtzi Water Kctei Tit r Ri fftt scoiaa L mi v 1PMI W D Oldham and Co Main Street next door to J H Neds opposite Hotel Glyndon t V Will open with an entire new stock of goods lriiabout February 24th and respectfully invite their old customers to call and see them fl h1 REVIVORESTORES VITALITY Made a i Well Man t jpf Me 5 a Yproduces the above remits In 30 days It actS powerfully lid Quickly Cures when all others flit VousgmeairlUrestin their lost manhood lid old men will reeoTer their youthful vigor br using REVIVO It quickly lid sunly restores Nerrous ness Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emissions Lost FowerFslllQgUsiaOTjrWssUncDinuei and all effect ol lellabusa or excel lid indiscretion which unllte oneforetndybuslness or marriac It not only cures by atarttoff at tha seat of diieau bat is a great nerve tonlo and blood builder bring mil back the pink glow to pale cheeks lid re storing the Ore of youth It wards off Tnaanltj and Consumption Insist on haTing REVIVO no other U can be carried In Test pocket By mall SlOOBerpackaxeor six for 8500 with post the written guarantee to cure or reload the money Book and advise free Address MEDICINE CO ItrIn BuIlding ROYAL CHICAGO ILL For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184gets the best C 0 A L COMPANY in Richmond When you want a luad of the best coal obtain able go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the peo pIe who sell De 6a ea lO a e Q att l akt e all guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company D R Freeman Mgr Phone 1 84 Yard Aspn av Not Only at Christmas is our line of goods desirable but at all times of the year We parry such a beautiful line of Silver Cut Glass Clocks Watches and Jewelry of every description that it attracts all lovers of the beautiful to our store We make a specialty of engraving Watch repairing carefully attended to Our stock is completeour price reasonable Give Usa call LE jane Jewelr IL I kft w t 7I m Fffi 7r J 71 71 I ffi ffi A I T 7I75000 I i m + pounds ffi 7Fcourn71 Pure Good andffi F3fe Sweet I wI 5We are PrePared to furnish testimony from RichmondIor our i Town Talk iv m FlourX is superior to any flour on our market Our fc ffi price is in reach of all If you want the best mcallforU Town Talk If you want cheaper flour we can furnish it 7f Just try one sack of Town Talk 75000 lbs waiting to be assigned to the battle field F+ + Colyer Bros 4 Phone 237 Main Street RICHMOND KY v I I + i a5 7 j +1 7 1 twp 5 mF F 7 I Up to the Moment Printing DoneV thisOffice IIf tf Look Us Up I WHEN YOU WANT 1 Rough and Dressed Lumber i Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths 7 ED BUNION SCO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED TEXT WEDNESDAY BY fho Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D MILLER Editor Manager u Member Ky PreIS Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices S O Fnr County OfBce 1000 ForStitnand Clttrict Offices IS Formalin per tne Eor Cards per line 10 For all publications In the Interest of In dividuals or expression of individ ual views per IIne II Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY FEB 28 190 AFTER the morning business in the Senate had been completed Senator McCrearyof Kentucky began the rending of Washin tons farewell ad dress During the readine the gal leries were comfoatably filled with ladles dressed in hqliday attire Npnrlv every Senator was in his seat and follow d the reader with marked attention Mr McCreary read the address in clear distinct tones his utterances being audible throughout the chamber After the Senator had concluded the regular order of busi ness was resumedWashington- Times Feb 22 1906 TIlE United States is a great net work of railroads and the meshes are drawingcloser and closer every year by the construction of more lines of road According to the Bureau of Statitlcs if the whole British Em pirn with over three times the area and nearly five times the population of the Union were thrown together it would have considerably less than half the American mileage The United States has more miles of rail road than all Europe and it owns about twothirds as much as the en tire world outsie of its own boun daries We suppose this accounts for so much freight rate discrimina in the United States just now IT is stated on authority that the person who travels in a palace on wheelsa palace carhas onlyone chance of getting hurt before his journeys end against thirtysix chances for his fellowpassenger who travels in a common day coach Naturallywhen a collision occurs the weakest car suffers In front ofI the train is a locomotive weighingone hundred tons in the rear two or three parlor cars of twentyfive tons each What then is the result The ordi nary coaches sandwiched between lire telescoped and smashed The poor people who cannot afford to ride on palace cars are killed crippledand maimed while the rich folks escape with a slight shaking up TUE Philadelphia Record calls at tention to the case of a negro in Phildadolphia who is afflicted with the Record is pleased to calla rareddiseaseacromegaly The njjro question Is a middle aged mtih but his disease has started him to grow ing again and he has added six inches to his stature within the Pst year There is however nothing remark binlog larger but quite a number of American gentlemen once considered quite large have been growing smaller and smaller with wonderful rapidity during the past twelve months VVe do not know the techw TciTriame for growing smaller al though acromegaly is given as the technical name for unusual growth The scientists should get totetherp and conjure up a name for that has so suddenly and so sharply attacked a lot of erstwhile big men and reduced them to very diminutive size in public estimation Commoner Just Like A Woman A Scott county woman whose bus band had just been put into the hearse is said to have told the procession to drive on as she would have to stay at home and churn because the cream had buen sour for two days It seems likely that she will reover from her awful grief aud mental anguish Midway Clipper Farms and City property tor sale D W TBIBBLE Real Estate Agt There IB more Catarrh in this of the country than all other diseasest put together and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurablec For a great many years nounced it a locel disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with uient pronounced it incurable ScillnC8t has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney iCo Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It isotaken internally in doses from 10 tOll teaspoonlul It acts dit1ctlronthe blood and mucous system They offer one hundred dol lars for any ease it fails to cure Send hAddressToledo Ohio B Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family pills for consti patton I A Doctors Medicine Ayers Cherry Pectoral is not a simple cough syrup It is a strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this ThebetkdotatemOa l yer Co LoweD Vus Aqerw SARSAPARILLA of WI pubis the formula oral our medicines You will hasten recovery by tak ing one of Ayers Pills at bedtime- SENATOR TIUMN of North Caro lina is unquestionably the most out spoken man in the United State- Senate lie is not only outspoken but no one dares question his honesty The other day Mr Tillman said that we hear a great deal just now about great victor es being won for the common people by President Riosevelt aud his supporters tha these reports were unfounded and that it could not he shown where a single victory had been won for the laboringclass Ho also showed the position held by President Roosevelt stating that his cheif advisers Elihu Root and Attorney General Knox were both good friends of the favored interests It may be well to investi gate the charges made by Mr Till man and see who is right and who is wrong If you will only do so you will find Mr Tillman is pretty close to the truth JudgeBarkerin the case of J G Rollins vs The Louisville Times Company The ac tion was for damages on an alleged libelous publication of Cctoder 17 1904 from Pineville The lower court found for the defendant The court in concluding says The searchlight of investigation of the press into the conduct of public officials is more dreaded by the corrupt and the vicious than all of the sanc upholderpublic it constitutes a libertyhosetimistic to indulge a hope for the permanency of our institutions and civilization must rest it in large part at least upon a confidence in the quickening influence of an untrammeled press upon the public conscience Wh fs the Use Once a wise man built a large house He said I will place in this house many bureaus There shall be bureaus on all sides in all the rooms They shall be large reaching from the floors to the ceilings and in these bureaus there shall be hundreds and hundreds oj- raaers Then I will say to my wife IIThis one little bureau drawer own here in the lefthand corner of the cellar under the stairway is mine All the rest of the bureau drawers my dear are yours And the house of the wise man was finished and in it were one mile of ureaus aud in the bureaus there were 000 drawers And it was late Saturday night wheni the last load of furniture was into the house and put in placetSunday morning this man arose l ith a light heart He tiptoed to the little drawer oown under the stairway in the cellar to get himself a clean hirt and a change of underwear He aused and exclaimed At last I have a private drawer He stooped awl pulled the drawer and looked in It was stuffed to the top There were Veils PadsFeathers Huching A Hairpins Red ribbons Blue ribbonsISafety Petticoats Silk stockings puffsTufts Corset covers slippersTrading Chewitggum I ShoestringsAnd articles too numerous to mentionThe man dug out his stiff shirt is underclothes and clean collar and- arefully wrapped them in an old newspaper He carried them to his room and shoved them under his bed Then he went out doors and medi WELCOME Mr and Mrs James McKinney of ear town are rejoicing over f a sonJA bundle ot sweetness in the J form of a bouncing baby boy arrived o last Tuesday evening to add sunshine happyhouseh01duxon The little stranger christened JL Jr has been given a royal wellcome by family and friends and cratulations are being showered upon the proud parents PERSONAL Mrs George Simmons is visiting in Lexington Mr G G Prewitt was in Winches ter last week Rev G W jjhepherd visited friends in Winchester Thursday Miss Jennie Paiks has been visiting Miss Annie Francis in Lancaster Miss Edna Ballew is visiting Misses Fannie and LucyFrancis in Lancaster Messrs T J Moberly and Caswell Tribble are at Hot Springs Arkansas Miss Ruth Nippert of Cincinnati is spending the week with Miss Mar guerite Dykes Miss Ethel Heacox of Lexington spent last week with her sister Mrs Deatherage Miss K V Schmidt and sister are openIngMrs James W Smith has been in daughterMrsMiss Alma Scrivner spent Thursday with her brother Harry Scrivner and family in Winchester Mrs RE L Biggerstaff of Mt Sterling has been here for several days visiting her husband Mrs G G Prewitt was called to Lexington last week by the illness of her sister Mrs W D Oldham Mrs Milford O lesby and her brother Mr Robert Norton are visiting their parents in Shtlbyville Miss Annie May Adams one of Paint Licks handsomest girls is the guest of Mrs J T Arnold in this cityMayor C E Woods has returned from Indianapolis and other Indiana towns he went on Fraternity business littlesGrlnstead in Somerset where he hat reembarked in business The many friends of that popular gentleman Mr S L Midkiff are re recoveringtHon J A Sullivan Mr R E Tur Icy and Mayor Woods attended the smoker given by the Winchester Com mercial Club last Fridaynight Dr J A Snowden agent for Miss Nettle Pond sold Saturday to Messrs A R Burnam and W S Moberley a house and lot in Klrksvllle for 250 Mrs James Wlnn of Winchester has been visiting her mother Mrs Robert Miller Mrs Winn is the possessor of a rich soprano voice and sang a beautiful solo Sunday morn ing at the First Presbyterian church Mrs Neale Bennett will entertain the Cecilian Club this afternoon at home on West Main street Chopin will be the character study for the programhaswho is leader Mr J W Zaring of this city who with his charming wife is wintering in DeLand Florida was one of the members of the Tourists Club which recentlymet in DeLand to formulate resolutions upon the death of the late lamented John B Stetson Dr T P Gardner and mother Mrs Mollie Gardner spent last Friday night with Mr and Mrs A D Miller They were cnrouto to their Lome in Irvine after a most delightful winter spent in Jacksonville Florida with Mr and Mrs Joe S Gardner Mesdames Flora and Powers are in Cincinnati purchasing their spring and summer stock of millinery They were accompanied by Miss Ellen Engle who is taking a special course In millinery ar and her return will trim for this wellknown firm Mrs Erskine Russell Garland of Huntington W Va is here on a visit- toher parents Mr and Mrs James Bennett This is Mrs Garlands first visit home since her marriage in December and she is receiving a royal welcome from her many friends here Mr and Mrs James Shearer of near Ford royally entertainedabout thirtyfive guests Wednesday even ing February 21st it being the birth day of their youngest son Willis A most elegant supper was servedand all left wishing him many happyre turns seriouslyllstreet Little hopes are en ertained for his recovery Mr Kel ey is one of Richmonds oldest andI best known shoe merchants and his llness is a source of deep regret among his many friends Mr W C Barrickman the bright SpencerCourierand paid this office a pleasant call Mr Barrickman is vice president of the Eighth District Publishers League and one of the shining lights of the Kentucky Press Association Mayor Clarence E Woods of Rich yesterdayInspecting bination hose and chemical wagon with a view to securing one for the cityof Richmond He later went to Louisville where he was conducted placeFraukfort Announcement hIs been made of the engagement of State Senator J Embry Allen and Miss Vir lnia Hart of Cynthiaha The wedding will take place early in June Miss Hart is quite a social favorite over the State and is well known here where she formerly resided with her parents and has since visited her cousin Mrs H L PerryThey say that there never was byMrsin honor of Judge J M Bonton BentonID Dykes Hon J Tevis Cobb Wm Benton Monroe Lackey and J CILackey Miss Lucy Lackey and Mrs preparationfaffair One of the pleasant social functions givenJastthe expert dancing master who is in our city conducting classes in the Treating Wrong Disease Many times women call on their family physicians suffering as they Imagine one from another from heart disease another from liver or kidney disease another from nervous exhaustion or prostration another with pain here and there and In this way they all present alike to themselves and their easygoing and indifferent or overbusy doctor separate and distinct diseases for which assuming th to be such prescribes his pills and potions In reality they are all only symptoms caused by some uterine disease The physician ignorant of the cause of suffering encourages this prac tice until large are made The suf ferlng patient gets no better butprobably worse by reason of tho delay wrong treatment and consequent complications A proper medicine like Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription directed to Ute cause would have entirely removed the disease thereby dispelling all those distressing symptoms and Instituting comfort stead of prolonged misery It has been well said that a disease known is half curedDr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is a scientific medicine carefully devised bran and physician systemItIs perfectly harmless In its effects in any condition of the system As a powerful Invigorating tonic Fa vorite Prescription Imparts strength to the to the organs dis tinctly feminine In particular over worked wornout rundown debili tated teachers milliners dressmakers seamstresses shop girls housekeepers nursing mothers and feeble women gen PrescriptionIs relAs a soothlnfiand strengthening nerv ine Is unequaled- and is Invaluable In allaying and subduing nervous excitability irritability nervous exhaustion nervous prostration neuralgia hysteria spasms chorea St Vituss dance and other distressing nerv uponfunctionaluterus It Induces rern and relieves mental anxiety and despondency Invigoratethethree a dose Easy to take as candy graceful art The cotillnn was the beginning of a series of such that will be given ewh week during Prof Mueller stay here Quie a crowd of Richmond society flk attended and all report a most glorious time A number of pretty new figures wore Introducedand al present are loud in their praise of the Profesir and his entertainment It is Prfessor Mud lers desire to organize a Cotillion Club here which will be able to con cityAnotherday night at the Masonic Temple to which the society people are cordially invited Mrs Elmer lathrrage entertained last Thuasday afternoon with a progressive flinch party in honor of her sister Miss Ethel Heacox of Lexing ton In keeping with the patriotic sentiment of the twentysecond the interior of the pretty home presented a most attractive scene Red white and blue streamers were draped gracefully Iron the chandelier to the four corners of the parlor while flags festooned the curtains and door way A larg engraving of George drapedInplalesSixmuch genuine good cheer and pleasure prevailed At the close of the games an elegant lunch of salad croquets in the form of cannon balls each decorated with a tiny flag chips egg omelets hot rjils and coffee was served The 22d idea was further carried out in the baby candies ot red white and blue the napkins and on each table was pinned a bunch of the proverbial cherries Eich guest was presented with a souvenir in the shape of a red white and buo box filled with bonbons and ornamented with a little hatchet Mrs Doatherage who is an ideal hostess was ably as sisted by Miss Sue Ueatherage and klptthepartook of the charming hospitality were MesdamesJ D Good Ion Thomas Thorpe John Foster Cale Shearer George Simmons H C Jasper John Arnold D H Myers N B Deather age G W Pickets A H Miller Walter Azbill Henry Pickels Dan Harbor R E TurleyG G Prewitt Grant Norris Louis Scfil gel Clark- E M Veatch Z T Rice Mies Ilea cox and Mrs G B Turley br Little Love Storks The wedding of Mrs Mat ie Elkin Weeks of Lexington and Mr James Redfern of Iowa was eel brated In Cincinnati last week The ride Is a sister of Mrs Joe Beard of tins city Friends of the contracting parties were greatly surprised when it became known last week that Misa Minnie HanleyNippertTuesday as no intimation of their secret had been made even to their most intimate friends The wedding occurred Tuesday at Arlington Heights the grooms home the ceremony being QueenCityment as time brides parent knew of their plans The young c tuple have been sweethearts for quite a while and their marriage last week is the cul mination of a happj courtship The bride is the lpst daughter of Squire and Mrs J U Dykes of this city and has won nio t nan State fame iy her wonderful voice Recently she taught vocal in t lie Lexi lIon Conservatory of Music Silt is a youug lady of rare personal attractions Mr Nippert is the son of a well known traveling sales man and is connected with the Proctor Gamble Soap Company Ho is a young man of rare worth and is no stranger here where hp together with his parents and sister Mia Ruth Nip verybesttended the happycouple for a life of joy and be theirs For the present Mr and Mis Nippert will reside with the grooms parents in Arlington Heights Cincinnati friater With A Palace J P Nannetti the lord mayor of the Irish capital for 190C is the foreman printer on the Nationalist Freemans Journal He has long been the leader in the Dublin trades council is a mem ber of the corporation and represnta the College Green division in parliament He still nightly does duty in the Freeman office though he lives in Dublins palatial mansion house hasa salary of 17200 for tho yer and ranks during the tenure of the d mayoralty as a privy councillor with the title right honorable ItHis I tImer was an Italian composites who settled in Dublin sixty years ago Dublin cor respondent New York WoM All that Rlittels ii nt go but some peohle are satisfieb with II v DEATHS Mr Henry Ford about forty year of age died at his home near Union City Tnesday of blood poisoning Deceased leaves a wife and four childrenOn 22 1906 while his sor row stricken loved ones brothers sister and friends were hovering round his bedside watching each quivering lid and fluttering breath yet earnestly hoping and praying that he might still be spared the bright young life ol Willie Handy took its flight and returned to Him who gave it He Pil fered so until on Afouday morning the Lod came down to the garden to gather His lillies and plucking the sweetest one bore his spirit away to the immor tality of Heaven His death ws the cause of a wide spread grief for he was Indeed such a sweet one Earnestly he prayed to the Lord to help him but the Lord knew best and called hiii away Fifteen years have passed above his head and each year has found him living a patient beautiful liIe Like a sunbeam he brightened his home when a child and as a mlnlseriu angel he strove to lighten his parents burdens A favorite at home at school and loved in society Oh how we miss him He h ic gone fom u firever as a umi beaiii gone to revisit its native skies but Ida memory lives in the hearts he has left behind Lung has Ie labored with us but now he rests in peace free from all sorrow pain and care Within answering faith in Christ he fought the battle of life with faltering front lie fared death He sail 1 nm not afraid to die When Jesus calls I ant ready to co His d sath was as gentle as an infants slumber Upon his grave the snow will lie in wlner the flowers bloom in spring the leaves fall in autumn A father two brothers and a sister survive him Fdrewell dear Willie thou has left us Left the circle cherished long- Left thyfriends who prized t by friendship With devotion deep and strongA Ensnaring Victims ISTETi SHOULD BE TAKEN AT ONCE TO PREVENT FURTHER TROUBLE I Here in Ri hmondasinothercitiesand towns dyspepsia or stomach troubles are ensnaring victims In a most maid ious way Nearly every mothers son of us and daughter too experts the stomach to accustom itself to aU manner of ill treatment but the time comes whet we cannot abuse it with impunity How much bettor it would be to take steps at once to strengthen the stomach and prevent further trouble Use Mio na now and soothe the irritated walls of the stomach and strengthen the gastric follicles so that they will pour out their daily supply of digest materials with regularity Then the headaches sleeplessness specks before the eyes poor appetite tired feel ings and nervousness will disappear and you can eat what you want at anytime you like- Miona is a combination of remedies some of which are but little known in this country and is positive guaranteed cure for all diseases of the stomach excepting cancer Just one little tablet out ofa50 cent box before moats for a few days and you will soon regain perfect health and strength and have no fear ot indigestion or stomach troubles Ask BLMid dleton to show you the guarantee under which he sells this remedy apt KldTteCareer and the Saline of the famous Pirate Capt Kidd the famous pirate start ed his career with the intention of suppressing piracy In February 1697 he feft the Hudson in the Advenu e Galley with a crew of 150 men with this intention This expidition had been equipped chietly at the expense of the Whig ministers and its com mander carried with him besides the ordinary Setters of marque a com mission under the great seal emtower ing him to seize pirates and take them to some place vhere they might be dealt with according to law to Vhs kiricrs right to the goods found in possession of these malefactors was granted by letters patent to the supporter of the expidition his majesty securing onlv onetenth of the spoil Kidd however eoou finding that little was to be uiined br the adventure threw off all dieguise and hoisted the Jolly Roger His rtpacity and cruelty were un bounded and in less than two years he amasaed the sum of JEOOOi With this he thought to maKe Ins peace with the authorities and end his days in luxury hut he was Arrested at New York and brought to Englandwhere he WHS tried aud hanged at Execution dock in 1701 London Saturday Review It is the fellow who caut sing who generally has things offered to him for a song Nominates Woods Editor Geoff of the Nicholasville News is waging war on the saloons and making a telling tight for local option in his town In a letter of con eratnlation a Lancaster man also makes a mighty good nomination for Congress Heres the letter Lancaster Ky Feb 71006 D 0 Grot Editor Jessamine New Nicholasville Ky My Dear SlrAlIow one who has read with deep interest your recent editorials to congratulate vou on t e bold stand you have taken for good citizenship pure politics and local option What a pity it is that so few of the molders of public opinion are men enough to speak out these vital questionsI read with pleasure about thr way Mayor Woods enforces the law ir Richmond Of such men are statesmen made What a difference be tween politics and Btatesmenshio Why would not he be the man fOI Congress next time Inominate Hon Clarence E Voods of Richmond to represenHhe people of the Eighth District in Congress Wits best wisher I beg to be Very Truly Yours Henley V Bastin Prof Lippard has calls for more graduates than he can furnish Many young people might he earning double their present salary If only thoroughly qualified Enter the Business College at once 28feb2t B L Middletons Test SOLD HYOMEI FOR YEARS AND KMOWS IT WILL lURE CATARRH R L Middleton has given Hyomei a most thorough and remarkable test For a long time he has offered to refund the money to any purchaser of Hyomei lilt failed tobenefit The remedy has made so many cures among his customers that he has urged its use in the most chronic cases of catarrh Breathed for a few minutes four times a day through the inhaler rhat comes with every outfit it soothesthe irritat ed mucous membrane of the nose throat and lungs kills the catarrhal germs and restores complete health Its healing antiseptic fragrance penetrates to the most remote air passages as no medi cine taken into the stomach can pos sibly do Immediate relief almost al ways follows the use of Hyomei and great benefit is seen after a few days treatment The complete Hvomei outfit costs only Si and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the pocket or purse and will last a lifetime a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei If this is not sufficient for a complete cnie additional bttles of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents Compare this small expense with the fees charged bv specialists and rem ember too if does not cure BL Middelton will return your money Not like George While it may Interest some of our readers to know that our townsman Mr Frank Leslie Russell who doubly celebrated Washingtons birthdayon Thursday lastit also being the Anniversary of his own birth it may also seem queer in one other respect that he is cosely allied with Georgethat is he like George cast a vote for a Presidential nominee before ever his father did Georges father never voted for a Presidential nominee at all and Russells frther nevtr voted for a Presidential nominee until 1896 when he and his son IbOlh cast their vote for Hon William Jennings Bryan the son casting his vote several hours in advance of the father This fact greatly pleased Mr Bryan and was commented on by him It is said that George never told a ltethat ho couldnt But the same cannot be said of Mr Russell He canand does In proof of this we will state that he has just completed a sixthousandword story en titled Voices of The Wind which he will enter in a bIgcompetitive contest being held by a largo New York publishing house Now Is The lime A man whe was too eciimmiffil to subscribe tor his home paper beut his little boy to borrow the copy taken by his neighbor In his haste the boy ran over a 1 stand of bees and in ten minutes looked like a warty summer Home Baking with ROYAL Baking Powder The United States Agricultural Department has issued and circulates free a valuable report giving the results of elaborate experiments made by and under the direction of the Department which show the great saving from baking at home as compared with cost of buying at the bakers All bread cake biscuit crullers etc are very much fresherdeanercheaper and more wholesome when made at home with Royal Baking Powder ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK squash His cries reached his father who ran to his assistance and failing to notice a barbed fence ran into it cutting1 a handful of flesh from his anatomy and ruining a W pair of trous ers The old cow took advantage of the gap in the fence and got into the cornfield and killed herself eating green corn Hearing ihn racket the wife ran upset a fourgallon churn of rich cnam into a basket of kittens drowing the whole flock In hf r hurry she dropped a 25 set of false teeth The baby left alone crawled through the spilled cream anti into the parlor ruining a20 carpet During the excitement the oldest danghtar ran away with the hired man the dog broke up eleven sitting hens and the calves got out and chewed the tails off four fine shirts Kansas City Journal Doing Their Duty SCORES OF RICHMOND READERS ARE LEARNING THE DUTY Or THE KIDNEYS To filter the blood is the kidneys dutyWhen they fall to do this the kid neys are sick- Backche and many kidney ills follow Urinary troubls diabetes Deans Kidney Pills cure them all Mrs M E Uatcltffe of 113 West Fourth St Lexington Ky says For four or five years attacks of pain across the small of my back bothered me becoming especially acute if I stopped or brought any strain on the muscles of the back The kidney secretions were too Ire quent in action and accompanied with pain I doctored and took many dif brent medicines but with 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 healthy condition Since taking them I can sleepand rest betterand the dull tiresome feel disappearedPlenty like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid dletons drugstore and ask what his reportFor dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other The Wlzart of Oz The Wizard of Oz Fred R Ham lius big production that had a long run in New York comes to the Grand Opera House Saturday Mardi the 3rd There are so many amusing features in the entertainment thatjt Is not to be wondered at that the Wizard of biggestdrawingThere are one or two stage effects alone which had there been nothing more would have made the Wizard fa mous noticeably the cyclone the pop py field the snowstorm and the accompanying transformation The cos alwaysbeenthat it presents a never ending change ot color scheme sometimes startling in effect but yet at all times harmonious It must be admitted however that the Wizard is dependent for its success to a great extent on the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman These two charac ters from the very backbone of the play and the comedy scenes are practically all allotted to them Prices SI 50 100 75c 50c Seats on sale Thursday COLLEGE HILL MrsxA W Williams is in Somerset with her sister Mrs S G Cundiff who has been quite sick tor some timeDr Q G Edwards left last week for Corbin where he and Dr B J Edwards will locate Mr and Mrs Logan Alexander enter tained a number of the young folks here last Saturdry night every one spent a most enjoyable evening Mr Willie Powell and Miss Sue Deatherage of Richmond spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Quin Covington Misses Bertha Hopkins and Minnie Wesley and Mr William Hopkins of Bares spent a few days last week with Rev and Mrs J WHopkins- BROOKSTO 11W Mrs Rufus Powell is quite sick Several of our farmers have sold their tobacco to Winchester firms Miss Sisan Shearer returned last week horn Louisville She reports a most enjoyable Slav Mr and Mrs Silas Baxter went o Winchester lust month to see Dr Ishmeal who is treating them both Mr Starling McKinney who married Miss Kittle Baxter of Lexington Saturday February 17 came over Mot day with his charming bride to visit relatives of this place MrlIcKluneyfs a son of MrTfMcKinney of Blue Grass this county and a worthy rribral young man andhappiness thehomeofreceptiontpnderad WednesdayIda Foster of Million this countv VNION CITY VISitingfewdayshome with him The young folks regret her absence very mucfc Mrs Chas Brumback who has seen isbeingchester CoIsMr and Mrs Euis Lanter entertained folkslastpresent were Misses Grace and Ger EthelParkeUzzie Davis Anna T Lanter Ale RichardClarenceHarlau Sterlan and Carl Parke Ore BoydPowellJohn Will Wllloughby Marcus Eades andJudgeQuite a number of the men here Mondaymules and horses Mr Jonah Parke sold one mule for 200 Mrs R E L Brandenburg of Louis Jorthe 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 Ginghams Postal us for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attention Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE RICHMOND KY Wall Paper Shopping Ii is easy at our store because you dont have to kick to get your moneys worth because we have the largest assortment in the city because we furnish estimates on hanging as well as the paper well because our spring stock is about all in and we are showing the prettiest line ever shown here including all the novelties and all at pries that will astonish you Give us the pleasure of show- Ing you our line aud make you an estimate on your work WACO Look out for the coming wedding Miss Rebecca Edwards is now Governess at Mr WIl Wagers Mad dogs are out in this community several have been killed Miss Eula Wilson is teaching school at Bybeetown Mr C M Embry has returned from LexingtonMr Miller spent Saturday at Beattyville in the Interest of the Elliston mill Mr Hubert Griggs was here last week shaking hands with old friends Rev P L Cunningham and family who have been the guests of Mrs Park Taylor have returned to their home in MIssourri Mrs George Cornelison of Conway has been the guest of relatives here Mrs Hugh Parks and daughter Mrs Lipton and son Hogan of Red House were the guests of Mrs M W Miller several days last week Miss Mary Earl Oldham of Union ity spent Saturday tilt Monday with Miss Elizabeth Searcy Notice to Creditors In the mitterof David P McCordg Exec PMcCordsent same verified as required by law to the undersigned at hi office in Richmond Ky on or before May tot 1906 or they will be barred J TEVIS COBB Executor McCordFeb Now is the Time to leave orders for eggs for setting Or der early and you wont have to wait when your hens have gone to setting I have the White Plymouth Rocks Fishels Strain and they have made the worlds record on laying They grow faster and are healthier Eggs SlOO per 15 A good hatch guaranteed C D MILLER Richmond Ky Chesapeake Ohio RAILWAY Schedule from Winchester Kylb effect February 1906 subject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis and Southwest 11 57 am 918 p m daily West bound Local Trains 855 a m 630 p m except Sunder for Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 730 am 438 p in daily East bound Local Trains GCO m 245 p m except Sunday Notice to Creditors AH parties having claims against the estate of ts C Hackett deceased are requested present the same properly TcriHeU to tb State Bank Trust Co at Richmond Ky a or before March lPO6oraanew1ibebarre All parties I odebted to said Hactett will 01 and settle on or before that date aud save costs I N Scndder State Bank Trust Co This Feb S 1906 4t Master Commissionersl Notice to Creditors The Northwestern Life Ins Co PUff against Geo D Whites Admr etc Dfts aainstthehereby notified to file the same legally verified with the undersigned on or before the 28th day of February 1900 or same will be barred T H COLLINS M C M C C 14fcb4t tattle Wanted We have on hand about 1200 shocks of fodder and want 50 or 100 cattle to feed Potts Duerson 1janti Whites Station Ky Its time to make room for the GAS STONE Water tight Co Die Grand display of Gas Cooking Ranges you will find direct from the factory Call early and get yours ready to use before hot weather comes One cant have pretty lawns and flowers without a liberal SUPPLY OF WATER Likewise domestic work is rendered lighter by having Water in the kitchen See us at once for terns etc RICHMOND WATER LIGHT CO Good Strong Wall Paper I Good wall paper saves your plaster and at the same time beautifies your home Our wall papers are tastefully designed by artists of renown The colors are permanent and are as beautiful after a year as the day they were hung In strength our papers excel because they are papers especially stampedinaper They are rolled evenly showing no looseness or frayed edges In price they are lower than oth er papers of the same quality Prices 5 cents to 50 cants per roll Perry and Thomas Also a full line of Paints and Varnish Stains END OF THE SEASON SALE r at The Hustling Cash Store Will Continue i J ONE MOREWEEK t F SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY LACKEY AND Jl i H A MILTOM f at rol r JQ J Je u r =J 7 iiI 1 C C p b rl S tl t a p e s I a a S I l a 1 c f a c f r I J t OUr rea ties aria iflg ants I va to- ause city gas ring Hbe all Ute hioct Point East nday titit ted to t- h7cl ill t U 0 ainst 1are a1iyn 1O6 C ockse Ky the ng o E Some people have a notion that spring is the only time to buy a buggy That notion is costing them motiey We are making fall buying popular Let us tell you how Good picking in every de partment C F HigginsTelephone 232 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 28 1906 The regular meeting ot the Cit Council will be heM tomorrow night Miss Oliver entered the Basinet College Monday ant others are ex pected this week 28feb 2t Johann Hoch the celebrated biga mist and wife murderer was hanged last Friday in Chicago Mr Charles K higgins willooii begin the erection of a handsome residence oil the Summit tin contract having been let to Todd Sons Captain Phil Price the popular L L A N conductor was here last week to have an operation perforwed on his arm which was broken recently aud failed to healoThe Suiness College ic doing good work and all students are applying themselves diligently This is certainly a great opportunity for the young peo pe of this region to prepare themselves for good positions and doubtless Ib many will grasp the opportunity 4 The Lexington Leader has been sued for 25000 damages by John Den ton who resides about six miles from Lexington The suit is the result ol an unfortunate note blunder made in a police news iten published last Sunday but which was corrected by the Leader in a double column editorial Farley March are now fixed nice and neat in the Collins building over Crutcher Evans Furniture store They will be glad to have their friends call and see them All indebted to this firm will please call aud settle for they are very much in need of money be cause of their fire losses Very respectfully feb48t FAKLEY MARCH Property Sold Mr P F Adams Jr has sold his B residence on Fouath street to Mr Hugh Jesse price paid being 1350 Possession will be given April 1st Lost Dog A white and black spotted hound with long red ears one large black spot on left side surrounded by white Liberal reward will be paid it returned to this office for Rent Store and dwelling combined 10 rooms on Kirksville pike near Ken tucky River Also warehouse for to l acco Tuos M WARREN 2Sfeb 2t Idalia Ky Frirate Or For LAT- he L A R R Co has recently purchased a Pullman car which will be rebuilt and remoJeled according to plans prepared bylien Manager Hud son and put into service fo r the use of L A officials The car will con tain a drawing room with Hleeplnp berths to accomodate five orslx persons an observation dining compartment and a kitchen Auction B W Turner will continue his auc tion for two weeks longer Goods being sacrificed by them at your own price Beautiful silks selling at 25c to 35c ylworth 00 to SI 50 yd Or gaudies Lawns and White Goods sell jug Ht 2 to 5c yd worth from 10 to 15c yd Dont uiiKHtheopportnnity of your life o tiny ilie best of goods bra song cespectfuLlyB J W TURNER Bea tlful Interior Me8n DniwlHS and Culton one of our nptodite meat firms have been bUHY for Borne time having the whole interior of their shop on Main street rem deIl and renovated Besides a Main mrti cold storage department fin ish tiii wiiite tiling and beveled glasses the circular counter is of the same haiidbome material with the large letter IantI C in has The top of till juuter h white marble and with freli and attractive paper and paint ing thin stiie presents one of the most attractive interiors to be found anywhere K KK A company ot exceedingly clever performers will appear iu the produc lion of the newest A Bretzy Time at the Uraud Opera House on Friday night March 2 The piece ill a farce comedy hut it is said that it is a lilt e morn connected than ate must pieces of its kind The plot is not so intricate however that it cxlta for any great mental activity to bow it It Is put together himply for the pur pose ol giving the comedians an opuor tunity to exhibit themselves in the va nuns specialty performances The piece is separated into three acts and tnese ads sre full of action rather tall dia ogue New scenery and costumes have been made for Breezy T me this season and Jt has been the aim of the management to engage the young and riilng members of the profession raiher than oldtimer who have worn out heir welcome The first scene is laid in a young Undents apartments in Boston The second act shifts to moot It may not be necessary to say that thee is a young girl who is in love with the youny student and that the young student reciprocates the love His creditors stand in wow of his marriage and A Breezy Time is like other pieces in this at least that all ends happilv in the last act The play is brim full of melodious music and a Rreat many scenes have been introducd that have no particu larconnection with the play itself but that are sufficiently amusing to excuse the fact that they retard the action Prices 25 85 50 and 75 cents 4- A bequest of 40000 has beet leit MrrSthis amount will go to Central Univer Buy proper and 15 000 to the Lees In stitution a branch at Jackson Ky saloon Purchased Mr T C Vaughn has sold his saloon on First stieet to Mr Mike Peters of It Sterling possession given tomor row Council Tomorrow Night Thp regular monthly meeting of the City Council will be held in the courthouse tomorrow even ing at 730 oclock The public is invited to attend Lost Gold watch between L N and A depots on Saturday Feb 17 from mother and father engraved on back of watch black fcilk fob with W R B engraved on locket reward 500 If returned to this office Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports only about 200 cattle on the market Nearly all sale were mMe by the head Best price was 4M cents for some extra good 650 yearlings 21 800lb steers brought cents 25 550 lb heifers 8 cents tood fat cows81 to 33cents 750lb heifers 81 cents Quite a number of mules were offered but buyers and sellers were too far apart and but few sales Were effected Rev Tames A Bailer arrived at 11 15 a m yesterday Tues day and is now preaching at all the revival services at the Second Presbyterian Church He has been greatly blessed III his pastoral and evangelistic work and his efforts in Richmond prom 4 ise great Rood to the church and to the Jwhole community Everyone should hear him j10000 Bend The cases against James Hargis and others charged with the murder of J Marcum were called before Judge Riddell Monday afternoon at Jackson the first step iu the case being a motion by the Commonwealths Attorney Adams to file a petition for a change of venun He asked to be given until Tuesday morning to prepare his petition Pending thisaction the court announced that he would permit each of the de fendants to give bond for his appear ance in court Tuesday in the sum of S10000 Renting Of The brand Opera House Sealedproposals to rent the Grand Opera House for a period of three years from July 1906 payments to be made monthly in equal installments will be received until 230 p m March 10 1906 at the office of P B Broadpus Each bidden must submit with his proposal a certified check for 20 drawn to thn order of P B Broaddus and theproceeds of said check shall become the proper ty of the odge if for any reason whatever the bidder after the opening of the bids withdraws from the competition or refuses to execute the contract and bond required being awarded to him Checks submitted by unsuc cessful bidders will be returned after approval of the contract and bond ex ecuted by the successful bidder Tribute to Dr Smith The Anderson News pays the follow ing tribute to Dr J Addison Smith oft this city who has just returned from Lawrenceburg where he conducted a two weeks meeting The sermons preached by Rev DrI Addisou Smith of Richmond are gems of oratory and splendid speci wens of logical thought and argument for the cause of Christ So great is the interest manifested that many people come into the city from long distances on each succeeding night and while up to this time only thirteen have public ly ludentifled themselves witn the re ligiou of Christ there is not a church in the city which has not hall a taste of the revival influence As a directI result of the meetings the ladies city have organized au Interdenomina tional prayer circle and will hold regu lau meetings iu the future The memo bership has been greatly strengthened and who have never given ser- Ious consideration to anything con nected with the future life are among the most attentive auditors at every mdfeting Dr Smiths coming for thiI services of meetings has been a ben OOlcUun to the city and although the immediate results may net DC apparent there can be no doubt that the teed sown in this meeting will yetI yield some thirty some sixty and some an hundred foldII Symeonia Ky March 30 1903 Dr E W Hall tit Louis l1oDea- rSir1 would liketo become your agent for the sale ol medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has life ot one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine eil i nearer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from you the agency as soon as pos tibteED DRAFFEN Symsoma Ky A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes travel cures diabetes seminal ernie sions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 Oiie small bottle is two months treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manufacturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo for testimonials Sold by all drugiet3m aytf Darin the recent fire we locked up in our Fire and Burglar Proof Vault lillI ELl Million DaUm Iworth el Notes Bond Mortgages and Cash knowing that they were perfectly safe even if our building should burs If its a safe for our valuables would it not be safe for yours We The renter baarent boxes perfectly private the key on should have one R E TURLEY OMbter rj i NK jl LI t 0 i Ii Ii iijqqqq t- iTof AJL N VAT 6 er Ufr Uf i ifgEi WalkOver Shoes cQIresQbut we sell at smaller profits and retain the old price to our customers 4Shoei TRYAPAIR w COVINGTON Mayor Clarence Woos ot Richmond Gets Tips from Chrif filmore Tyson Mayor Clarence E Woods of Rich uond Ky was taken through the fire department today by Chief Flllmore Tyson in order that he might get an idea of the equipment used in a metro politan department Mayor Woods called on Mayor Barth and the members of the Board of Public Safety The Mayor who was elected last fall is editor of a newspaper at Richmond a Richmond was recently visited by a fire which destroyed much of its busi ness portion and it has been deided to make an addition to the fire depart ment of that place Mayor Woods is considering ordering the same etjleof apparatus as is used in Louisville Louisville Times of Feb 20 06 Lost hog Strayed from my place a black gilt weight about 150 pounds with few white spots with crap left ear and hollow fork on left ear Liberal re ward for return of same to undersigned E H Bybee I Ninth WsHct Leaeoe In persuance of a called issue about two weeks ago editors and publishers of a number ot newspapers in the Ninth Congressional District met at the Central Hotel Maysville Thursday morning at eleven oclock Pre liminary steps were taken for the per manent organization of the Ninth District Publishers League In the tem porary organization formed J M Allen was elected President and J W Pow ling secretary After a general discussion of the objects and benefits of the League and a talk from Mr A D Miller of the Richmond Climax secretary of the Eighth District League adjournment was had until Saturday March 10 1906 when the League willI meet in Maysville again for the adop Lion of a constitution and permanent organization Cynthiana Democrat To Bejia A Series Rev J Addison Smith of the First Presbyterian church announces that he will begin a series of sermons on Sunday March tonrth for which he has selected the following subject March 4th Responsibility of Parents ol Rich mond March 11 Responsibility of tIme fathers of Richmond March 18 Responsibility of the mothers oi Riahmond March 25 Responsibility of the children of Richmond April 1st Communion The Sur rendered Life and what it menus April 8th Responsibility of the hus bands of Richmond April 15th Responsibilty of the wives of Rich mond April 22nd Husbands who wreck the happiness of their wives April 28th Wives who wreck the happiness of their husbands Everybody is cordially invited to bear these sermons lol nTh a Daddy Again A fine boy arrived during the after noon at the looms of Mr and Mrs R L Davis And as a result the happy pa ternal parent has been too prostrated with loyto be at his place of duty on the Leader staff the greater part of the day He sent bulletin to the office at 2 oclock written in a nervous band announcing the arrival ot the heir and the remainder of the staff including the religious editor steered into the nearest port and united in congratula tions upon the signal event at the fond parents expense If all the friends of the popular news paper man take similar liberties with Mr Davis credit his bank account will be wrecked as he numbers them by the acoro and all over the State Heres luck to the little one to the big one and Srtbe happy nether This their second son Lexington Leader lis Mr and Mrs Davis formerly resided in this city aad they have many Ineach beta wbe echo the aeatiaixH vxft MMJ Ja iiI Newn 1 bolhern aol Harlow Perhaps the theatrical event of the season at the Lexington opera house is the appearance of E H tiotbern and Julia Marlowe next Monday night when they will present Shakespeares Taming of the Shrew These two stars of world wide reputation need no introduction to the theatre going public This will no doubt be the finest attraction that will be seen at Lexington this seaon and will be sure to attract big crowd from adjoining town A New Firm One of the great problems that con fronts a stranger who comes to Rich mond to live is where to purchase or rent resident property Having had many of our citizens as wellus strang ers to call on us in search cf property for sale and rent the undersigned have decided to form a partnership and will in the future list all kinds of real es tate as well as solicit and conduct a general renting agency All property for sale or rent placed with us will be advertised free of cost to owners Property listed for rent will he let only to tenants agreeable to the property owners This firm will collect and turn over monthly all monies due owners on rents unless otherwise specified in contract for this service theitnderstgned will charge- a reasonable per cent in case of sale or renting otherwise no charges are madeWe havenowanumberof purchasers for tarms of all sizes and prices and those desiring to pnrchrse or sell should call on T S Hagan at Stockton Hagaus drug store or A D Miller Cliiuax office and get full particulars- If you list your property with us it it advertised absolutely free charges being made only in case of sale or renting Dont delay the matter but call at once and list your property and we will do the rest TS HAGAN A D AllLLKIi Embezzler Gts In ills Work Here Wm J Wiley superintendent of the Singer Sewing Machine Co of Mt Sterling Vaf tranofered to the Singer office in this city was arrested in Lexington Fitday on a charge of embezzlement He is accused of misappropriating between 800 and S1000 belonging to the Singer Sewing Machine Coof the Mt Sterling dis trictWiley was moved to the city and in stalled superintendent for this dis trict about three weeks ago He remained here however only long enough to secure 50 from the local office when he departed without ex plaining his destination A message to this city was the first intimation oi his whereabouts and the employes ol the local office immediately notified the Singer Co who secured detertives and succeeded in captniing the fugi tive iu Lexington on Friday Wiley represented hirayelf while in this city as a bingle man but the following ex tract concerning his arrest from the Letington Herald does not corroberate statementWhile detectives were in the hotelroon Mrs Wiley left the hotel She was followed by the detectives to West Short street opposite Sycamore street where sloe met a man This man proved to be Wiley and he wa placed under arrest Wiley made nc resistance and after telling his wilt good bye left with t e detectives to b locked up He is talkative makes nc denial of a shortage in his account and implicates others Mrs Wile was member of jiroininont family o Frankfort KywThe couple have tn children who with their mother lef yesterday for Frankfort Wiley wen to Mt Sterling from Owen county hi home He has been employed by th Singer Sewing Machiae Company To three year OLkr elum siay b flirt HftloM Witor doq LOWEST PRICES NOW REACHED Warm open Winter has left piles of highclass Overcoats which we must move at the lowest prices on record Big loss to us big gain to thrifty buyers You couldnt make moneyeasier than to buy one of these coats for next winter to say nothing- of a full months wear yet this seasonflp Dont dlome now prices have positively reached the bottom All winter Overcoats go none reserved 18 00 Coats now 12 50 10 00 Coats now 7 25 15 00 9 75 8 00 5 75 12 50 875 5 00 3 95 Heavy Winter Suits at it Same Reductions c1ttrljS4 f it Gash Only None Gharged t Memorial ADOPTED RY RICHMOND CONHANDEKY Nu1 J9AT ITS REGULAR MEETING FEE RUARY 20 1906 SIR KNIGHTS Again we are called upon to register the passing over the river of two valient Knights of our Commandery Sir William Stanlon Hume and Sir Hugh Hagan both of wiiom ave been called upon to answer the final roll call within a monthtThere was a striking similarity in the lives of these two fraters and alltequally striking difference III their deaths Both were born in Madison county both sprung from an Old Virginia ancestry which has given to our State and county their best citizenship both were in the prime of life and both pursued business careers Sir Hatran afer having finished his education moved to Uorbin Ky arid there engaged in the drug bunnies with his brother to whom he suhse quently sold his interests and removed to Livingston Here he was engaged in a similar business until about eighteen noontime ago when hit health gave wav and lie realized that he had to fight for his life with the great white pliigne He sought relief in the far west and for siie time was a resident of the plaint of New Mexico but finding no relief a longing came over him for his home He returned and it was there surrounded by his wile little children and gentle friends who did alt in their power to sooth and comfort his last days that the end came He passed away February 15 h in the 38 year of lois age He wa buried in our beautiful cemetery with full Templar honors where his father mother and sister rest Sir Hume also received his early ed ucatlon in our county and after com pleting his Freshman year at Yale Utilversltystopped school to embark in a business career He was for nearly twenty years associated with the firm of W S Hume Co and when that firm sold out their business he organ ized with his brothers the Hume Cooperage Co With the failure of the lilt ter firm all the labor of years was lost and giving up all he went last Autumn to California to begin life anew and already the tide seemed to have turned for him The storv of tlfe illfated Valencia on which he was a passenger is too fresh in our minds to be repeated here Death caine to him not after a linger lug illness but in the full strength of a lush manhooa Clinging to a wrecked vessel with great waves lashing themselves iu fury on a nearby cliff only to rebound antI surround him surrounded by women and children crying in vain for help and for whom his tender heart would have made any sacrifice think lug no doubt of home and those be loved with the Sailor Boyd Dream a lull reality the end came to him His grave be found in the great deep Of both Sir Hume and Sir Hagan it maybe said The cocks shrill clarion or the echoing horn No more shall rouse them from their low y bed Sir Knights may the memory of Him under whoso banner they hart enlisted have come to them bothat the last and have given to each strength and consolation Let the memory of these fraters ever remain with us lOver their faults whatever they may have beeti let us cast the mantle of love for their virtues will live forever Let us here resolve Sir Knights that the story of the dead is ever a lesson to time living and as we know not how Boon we may be called upou to stand in the presence of the Supreme Judge we Will so live by the grace of Him who sacrificed all fur us that when our summons comes we maY hope to pass through one open door into the other a open door of life eternal r To the families of both we tender e our sincere sympathy For tkycta wife of the oac and the ILIJI tp1ito aged mother or time other we can only pi ay that the Hilliction may besottened and hat liod will give unto them his eternal peace a Sir Knights Hagan Hume hail and farewell Z T RICE S H TlIORlE ROUT R BUKNAM lentral University Retains the Central College Identity as raras Note is Concerned In an opinion concurred in by tire full bench the Court of Appeals holds the effect of the consolidation of Ceutie College of Danville and Cen University of Richmond perfected iu 1901 was to constitute in the new corporation Cential University and carry over to it all notes awl other property owned by the two corpora tions Time opinion of the court was delivered by Judge ORear The question was presented in a case ot Central University ainlt Ann W Walters executors and time decis ion reverses a judgment of the Madi son Circuit Court in that the establishing of Central Universityu at Richmond S P Walters husband of Ann Walters was one of the most generous contributors to the college fund lie tmbscribed altojreher the sum of 26000 of which 18000 wes given iincociHiiomtlly After tile deatht1 of his suit Henry Bell gave tIme enin of 8000 to maintain a Chair or Mathematics in the name of the son and expressed his intention to subscribe S 1000 more for the same purpose He died refore he toad an op pnrtmrtv to carry out his plans III the matter anti his widow wishing to carry out his intentions gave her note for 1000 to the university lhe note wan executed ito 18SG Following the consoliilatiiiii with Centre College in 1001 Mrs Waltes brought a sail to cancel the note for the reason that S the school at Richmond had been abandoned The court below sustained a derrnrrer to the answer of Central University and directed that the note be cancelled On appeal to the court here it is said as above that all notes wenM verto the new corporation the Walters note among others and that it mustbe paid Returns Richmond Miss lucy Brsmlenburg the well known modiste lus returned to this city after an ub cnca of several months and has rooms at Captain P P Bal lards on Third street She is now in Cincinnati ceiling all the newest de signs in dressmaking and will return soon to open upher establishment and earnestly invite her old triends and patrons tocall wilier If One Hundredth Anniversary UUbralioa The 1iris Kentuckian Citizen one of the oldest and best known newspapers Kentucky formerly the plant of that veteran j wrjialist the late Col J G Craddock after whose death the property was purchased by Mr Bruce Miller celebrated Thursday its one hundredth year of continuous pub liration It was the pleasure of the editor of the Climax to attend tais happy occasion and enjoy the hospitality dispensed by Mr Miller and his charming assistants the ladies On entering tire guests were shown through the composing room anti the workings of i new Simplex typesetting machine jto4 recently installed They were tlien conducted upstairs to one of the front rooms where great bowls of punch were seived by Mrs Miller and other ladles From there the guests were ushered into other rooms where were served the most delicious soups a buffet luncheon consisting of turkey ham saloon cheese pickles celery po tuto chips cotfee etc Editor Bruce Miller is well known to the newspaper fraternity of Kentucky as one of the leading lights in journal ism in the Stale He acquainted with every department of his splendid paper having started on the ground floor he now the happy possessor of one of the bettt paieM and finest equipped printing vffio s irt the State The memory qf this event will long remain with time writer as a most pleas ant occasion und may each anniversary bring to Mr Miller and his cqrwotkm oven richer rewards than bcretfofe simio7e4 1 1111 Circuit Court The jury in the damage suit of L T Wilon against the Louisville and Atlantic Railroad Company returned verdict giving Wilson SI 250 The suit was for SIO 000 In a suit brought by Mrs E M Hume as administratrix of W S Hume against the Richmond National Bank fur 517000 the Bank tiled a demurrer which was overruled In suit by same party against the Farmers National Bank for 2 500 a demurrer was sus tained A It Bnrnam Son L B Herriugton and Hall Kimberly of Macon Ga tepresented the plaintiff- In both cases In the suit of Ashley Hensley against Granville Garrison etc on logs in Owtiley Leslie etc the plaintiff was given judgment for 522 06 subject to a credit of S99 01 In the suit ofJ P Prather againt Tims Turner on pike contract plain tin was given judgment for SI81 25 W N Burma was given judgment against the Klliston Mill Co for Sl09 30 tie hud sold the mill some corn which the mill people claimed was damaged Commonwealth against Alex Pence sale of liquor 60 oinmonwealth against William Jones soiling liquor to minor 50 Commonwealth against H C Jones Son unlawful sale of liquor two capes 60 in each case Commonwealth against Race Creek unlawful sale of liquor Sloo Commonwealth against Moland Creekmore unlawful sale of liquor 100 Commonwealth against John Sexton telling liquor to minor 50 Commonwealth against Berea Fair Association suffering gaming 200 Commonwealth against McKinney Combs carrying concealed weapons S25 and 10 days- Commonwealth against McKinney Tombs breach of the peace three cases 10 In each case BANKS If Commonwealth against Sant Lakes unlawful sale of liquor 25 Commonwealth against William 20ISam See bron carrying concealed weapons 25and 10 days and for shooting un high way 45- Commontea1th against Geo Thacker unlawful sale of liquor nO Commonwealth against John Walker unlawful sale of liquor 20 COlDmonwealthRgalnst Wade Herd carrying concealed weapon SJo and 10 days Youngbreach carryingThe Wizard of Oz The Scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz has to stand motionless for eighteen minutes at a stretch perched upon a pole in a cornfield while a scone is tak place iu the foreground Time eyes of the audience areconstantly upon him and he must not move a muscle of his face or body or the illusion would be destroyed His outstretched armSI- are supported by a crosapiece to the pole and during the first perform ance ot the Wizard of Oz both of the Scarecrows arms went Bound asleep and when Dorothy clime to take him from the pole he really needed her sup port until he could restore the circula tion The other day the Scarecrow related an amusing incident of his tedious pose One night said he when the scene was about halt through I felt an almost uticoutrolable desire to sneeze The very thoughtof such a calamity filled me with horror and I resolved not to give way to tl temptation I SUm- moned all my will power and tried to bring on a little Christian science to bear on the situation at the same time holding those twitching muscles like grim death Those seven or eight min utcs before I expected to come to lire seemed like a thousand years The tears ran down my cheeks and the prickling champagnelike sensations spread from mv nose to my head anti ran down myback like a dose of elec tricity All this time the sneeze wits gathering accumilated force and fin ally in spite of me it burst out like time1kcharge of a gatling gun Then I heard a roar from the audience and knew that I load been able to restrain the sneeze until just the right minite when Dorothy was supposed to bring rinAMynight but I would riot go through such au experience again for any amount of glory Grand Opera House Saturday March 3rd Prices SUO Si 00 75c 50c A Word tothe Property Owners of Richmond and Madison County About Your Rouse fainting and Paper Hangar I take this method to iniorm the pub lic generally that I am still in the house painting paper hanging and decorative business and If yon are going to have anything done in this line during this season will say that I want your work and in return will give you ho HIHI materials and honest workmanship at honest prices I also have a full line of 1906 Wall Paper Nev elties to show you from the largast manufacturers in the United States at the right kinO of prices and I ask you for a liberal share of your work Thanking you for past patronage 1 am Yours Vr UeSPlClfl1tlo W L LEns Painter and Contractor Shop on Iryine St bet 2nd and 3rd Residence Phone 112 Shop Phone 373 21feb3m f 71 7F71 71 1Iffi IF = QLOTHING Made to Your Measuret i t Fit Guaranteed K r 41 K 7A vir tLOver 500 samples to select 3R iffromsent the best concern in th- ecountryB K Stern Son IR I the New York tailor Take a peep at our show windows ID fjI Rice and Arnold I It I The One Price House F A IS TK I J IWLi c t T Let South Bencf an3 Syracuse PLOWST s I Turn the Earth CI EIDouglos Co Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Carpenters Mechanics Miners and Tinners Tools Agricultural and Contractors Tools and Implements Building and Cabinet Hardware Iron Steel Roofing and Repairs Eaves Trough Guttering Tin Plate Ceiling and Sheet Zinc Nails Wire Fencing and Supplies Poultry Netting Bale Ties Horse Shoes Horse Nails Toe Calks Carriage and Wagon Hardware Wagon Wood Work Stove Stove Trimmings Tinware Granite Ware Enameled Ware Copper Ware Kitchen Utensils Grates Fire Goods Household Supplies Wuoden Ware Sowing Machines and Supplies Guns Rifles Sporting Goods Ammunition Wood Mantles Cutlery Silverware Main Street Richmond Ky Loiini Atlantic Hailrod DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For 800 fcmVeraalllelLawrenceburglShelt 135Bm For Irvine und Beattyville 630 For Irvine and Beattyville 1125 amI TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Looliville Lexington and tli5am Cincinnati RJrFrom rteattyvllie and Irvine 130 p m From Beattyville and Irvine 710 pm- H B IiMITHOFPAVersailles Ky R A Woolnras R Office CJlyndon Hotel Richmond K iIN Tins Tails Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox Lv KM p m Tllle EX ess south bound 1255 pm- No 2 Knoxville Ctanatl 155 pm Express north bound 200 pm No Knoxville Cinnati 406 a ni Express north bound 410 am No Knoxville Cinnati 11U pm Express south bound JJS9 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays 610 a m yule Acczn north bound 610 a m No Stanford and Mays 73 p m vile Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to Ml Vernon Accm south bound 915 a m No 29 Cynthlana and 940 a m Stanford exp south 1250 pm 350 nm No 30 north bound 3 0pn CrossPills KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PrictOR1OO Surest and Quickest Cure for aU THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK Jcr 11 bv B O stockton Cattle Wanted We have on hand abount 1200 shocks of fodder and want 50 or 100 cattle to feed Potts Duerson IVjantr White Station Ky Twice Told Tales Some tales never lose in the telling and the tale of good that Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin will and doos do to all poor dyspeptic bilious sufferers is one of them It poitively relieves and cures all forms of indigestion starts up the languid liver regulates the constipated bow els and restores the entire system to a pei feet condition of health Try it Sold by Perry aj Thomas at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails Pills for crossness Certainly They remove the cause the crossness vanishes A sluggish liver poisons the blood spoils the temper Keep your liver active and your bowels regular Have a clear brain a brave heart a hopeful outlook One of Ayers Pills at bedtime yearsWethe tormolti of all oar raedldaes Lowell MaIO rr Groceries t V Queensware Glassware Salt i Lime Cement Oats Seeds A 3 Covington Arnold Bro Main Street c I i We are Bound to keep 1 Your Trade The advance business for fall has begun The opportunity for specialbargains and t 4nice selections from new stock is now yours t S LJ 1Mattings Lnlif the goods suit wemake co the price0 r rS OLQHAM RICHMOND KY Ww FarmrandCltyprOperty tor sale DWTKIBBLE Real Estate Agt Amusement The following attractions are booked toappear at the Lexington Opera House this season other important bookings will be added Isle of Spice March 10 Sothern and Marlowe March 5 Wizard of Oz March 16 Billy Van Tom Jefferson YoKels Minstrels Mildred Holland March 8 HowesPictures Viola Allen May 7 Jas ONeill April 12 Richard Oarle March 23 Lulu Glasser April 9 TheMayorof Tokio Florence Davis Grace George March 19 Olga Nether ale March 15 Tbe Fremnt Stock compauj Dora Thome Henrietta a Grossman April 5 Puff Pail pour May 12 Now and Then Some thorough and careful physician invtnts in his practice some spec al medicine that proves so universally snccessful whenever prescribed that proceeds to place it before the public to bo through the newspa pers This is the history of Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin For years by Dr W B Culd well for constipation and all disorders of liver bowels it was at last manufactured on a large scale and is now the most succesful medi cine in the world for these diseases A pure scientific tonic laxative syrup pleasant to take and perfect in results Try it Sold by Perry Thomas at 50o and 100 Money back if it fails- Fortune comes to us on gum shoe I Adversity hires a brass hand A Healing Gospels cTheSharon Baptist Churci Belair Ga SIlS of Electric Bitters Its a God usendlame back stiff joints and complete btookTwo bottles of E ectric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 60 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made a remedyforand Kidney complaints Sold under DrugStoreAll that glitteis isnt gold but some peohle are satisfieb with it Failed All efforts have failed to find a better remedy forconghs colds and lung troubles than Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the ccugb heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold J N Patterson Nashua Iowa writes Last winter I had a bad cold on my lungs anu tried at least half a dozen advertised cough medi cines and had treatment from two physicians without getting any bene FoleysHoneybottle cured me I consider it the greatest cough and lung medicine in the world Sold by R C Stockton There is rij room for domestic happiness in the head filled with fashions Defies Time One of the most beautiful women iu America defies the ravages of time by simply keeping her blood purified SyrupPepsinIf taken at the least sign of bowel liver or stomach trouble it will pre yourcirculationcomplexion as fresh and pure as in Sold by Perry Therms Thomas at 50c and 1000 Monev back if it failsiIt is the fellow who cant sing who generally has things offered to him for a song Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar originatedHoney remedy and on account of tho great merit and popularity Foleys Honey and Tar many aro 101eysHoneystitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opi ates and Is safest for children and del icate persons Sold by R C Stockton The enemies we iorglve are gener ally those that are bigger than we are Henderson Route foilman tfe pets tree Reclining Ihalr Special Roundtrip Homeseekers Rates to sjuthwest and west first and third Tuesdays in February and March f 1906 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April BOth Limit tore turn May 311906- 8econdclass Colonist Rates to South west Tickets on sale first and thin I Tuesdays ot February and March 1906 Second class Colonist Rates to Calla fornia and northwest Tickets ou daily Feb 15th to April 7th 1906 Aek us for rates L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent a A FAMILIAR FACE ThelUcenessof DR WB CAtDWEii appear on every package of t JDr Oaldwells SYRUP PEPSINthe reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipa tion Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches and Fevers Caused by Bowel and Stomach dis orders Every genuine package Is distinguished by this trade mark Your druggist will be glad to sell you either the or 100 tize Sold by Perry Thomas r THE CLEVELAND BUFFA- LO1tTRANSIICOMPAIY UMVUUlLOEO NfOdT SERVKEEW CITY OF BUFFALO CITY OF ERIE Both together btlor without doubt In all runinUnited State TIMC CARDDAILY INCLUDINa 8UNDAV SlAVE AKMI- VCClmdBd 8 pi Bslfala 630an Biffir S pL Clw land630 aiCINTaL TIME ORCMI1TKA ACCONPANICS Connections made at Buffalo with trains for ClrvdaudforTotcdoSouthwest TkUto rMt irw US tMS i will be uceps4 tWs CHV I I SttUHfi wlibMt tara ctirit asdII also Buffalo to Cleveland II UseScadWF EAL P A ClMlaH k JII f Natures Great inventiOn On de banks ob de Amazon far away far away Whar Dr Green rita Aueust Flowers to di day Ah picked dose flower in Aogtost In ole Brazil An aldo Ise a Yankee ah longs to be dar still August Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal and rocesses of digestion se on andab sorptionfor buildiltf and rebuilding by preventing AU irregular orunnatural causes interrupt healthy and perpfect natural processes result in tinal indigestion catarrhal affections f j of the unhealthyroodsstipation and other complaints such IU c Jaundice etc t CJAugust Flower IS natures intendedreg ulator Two sizes 250 750 All druggists For sale at Stocktons Drug Store BEFORE THE OLD MAINE LAWI Anecdote Is Told of a Prohibition in the Pins Tree State N F Woodbury the Maine repre of the prohibition national committee was talking about the DoUtlcaI fights for total abstinence that have from Urns to time stirred p his state In tho past said Mrsbefore Mains had won over to prohibition there used toe a village a bleak gray village on coastwhere the contests over the liquor question were always hot In this village as election day drew near each party would try to do outdo the other If one side paraded 100 strong the other side paraded 200 strong If one side held a mass meeting and employed a band the other side would hold a mass meeting with a band and a lunch as well There was ono liquor saloon in the village and a week before a certain election a placard as big as the entire front of the house was raised before It This enormous placard said In huge red letters If theoprohibition law passes this house be closed The saloon you see was cozy and inviting to such as liked a glass ofbeer and the purpose of tho placard was to put sorrow and fear Into the breasts of drinking men to stir them up to win votes lest their pleasant meeting place be taken from them That was the Idea of the placard and It was a good Idea But In theidead of the night certain odd were heard and tha next morning the enormous placard covered the front of the village poorhouse MODERN GREEKS BELIEFS Peasant Classes Still Hold to Old Time SuperstitionsA Pew In stances Where They Occur Some of the superstitions of the old mythological religion still prevail among the peasant classes in Greece said Dr George Horton In the Wash ington Post Nor are the educated classes without such beliefs such as that harm ensues from looking at the moon over the right shoulder the belief In the three fates the evil eye the vampires and the nereids is general Dressed in black and appearing as oldI women the fates are supposed to comedown from Olympus three days alter the birth of a child and to hold a meeting to determine its fate Consequently a table containing many dainties Is set out for their Invisible enjoyment Especial care is taken lest the old ladles be enraged at not having enough good things to eat No woman desires to be left alone after her child Is born believ ing that the ugly old women may be come ejalous and wreak acme awful vengeance Smut is therefore smerged on the faces of the youngsters so that this Jealousy may not become excited The young Athenian women frequently go to the ancient tombs near Athens and calling upon the fates teg them to reveal the identity of their future hus bands singing From the top of Olym pus where are the fates where Is my own fate- ENGLISH CLING TO LUGGAGE Britishers Show Antipathy to Being Separated from Baggage While on a Tour Perhaps the strangest fact about the English on their travels Is their antip athy to being separated from their lug gage The system of registration of the continent and the checks of the United States are known to them but pater familias belevss in seeing for himself that the vclors Items are labeled and put Into Ue vat and If a change of spiteofhave the railway companies enjoyed much support In their efforts to Introduce systems of collecting atd delivering baggage Possibly the motor car may prejudicetreasured personal belongings can be sent from place to place without their own supervision and then less cumbrous and antiquated methods of dealing with them will be adopted For It can hardly be claimed that the fourwheel er or railway omnibus to the London terminus the handporterage the lab lng and all their attendant worries enjoyedbySpinning Wheel ia Ireland The spinning wheel and the flax wheel are still found In the Irish cot tages where many a girl has her wedding dowry of linen and homespun made at home Although it Is more the task of the older women there are still girls layboutfit A pleasant sight Jt is tb see the cottagedoors sturdyIrlshwomAIl freeairthe sweet sky is the falret roof Yales Pine Indian Relics The Peabody museum of Yale ant versity has recently recc ived a collec ChristopherWren tion includes Indian pesctes scrapers and other utensils Prof Schubert Ute new head of the museum is planning an extensive relabeling anil reclasslflca than of the objects In Ue museum by whIch for one thing ths vertebras toe astarically Kingdom of Poland The last survivor of tie Kingdom ot dfeclt1794 before the partltioL of roland A woman writes a lett Thciuse she has someth ng to say or rio ling else to do i Be fttidBt cardhcKwes ere balllf in as hoar cln irls take ieaturien =fL i Lj 4 1 1 HE OBJECTS TO PLAN ARGENTINA MAN OPPOSES AL- TEBING EARTHS ORBIT Canadian Astronomer Is Contemplating the Project for Par pose of Exploring Heavens Dangers Pointed Out LondonA daring astronomer In Argentina wishes to change the orbit of the earth and as the government of the country shows no inclination toRinterfere with his plans the correspondent whose letter is append ed calls for British intervention to avert a catastrophe The tollowingiJs the text of the letter as received by a newspaper here Buenos AyresI have no doubt this letter wLl cause great stupor In England where it will find all the at tention that It deserves A review of Buenos Ayres was publishing a fiction by Mr Adolfo Enrique Antognini which was In brief the following Some astronomers seeing the poor th Lenearest heavenly bodies from the earth which renders null all the Improvements that can be made on telescopic apparatus determine taking advan tage of the discovery of a Canadian who Is a member of the company tc divert the earth from Its normal path with the purpose of exploring the heavens as far as possible This work would have nothing of particular Interest had It not been accompanied by a really wonderful rumor which is that the project of removing the earth from Its orbit is a true one the socalled fiction being but a manner of preparing the peoples mind to the flThearoused at last some t Uhellze the magnitude and perils of the- cheme owing to their little knowledge of astronomy on reading the publications of the newspapers on the sub- Ject were struck with terror and attempted to lynch Mr Antoglnl The authorities made some Investigations and then the rumor was given the lie but I can assure you that the attempt will be made The learned English peoplo can Im agine what would be the consequences of such a thing In the opinion of well known astronomers a little deviation of the earth from its regular orbit would be fatal to humanity If It were to be removed within its orbit It would percipitate Into the sun and If with ut It It would attract the planet Mars r be attracted by Jupiter with results that every one can imagine As It Is an affair that concerns the EnglishenergetioIntervention as the Argentine authorities seem so indifferent about a thing of such Im Portan e For however great for hu manity the value of a better knowledge appeartosent the human family under danger of complete destruction Is too much audacity on tho part of these men for whose degenerate end insatiable curl osity the whole world does not suffice and who lo sillsfy their passion for knowledge would dare to oppose Gods will It would be shimeful If the end of the earth and its inhabitants should be due to the recklessness of some crazy fellows Those who wsh to obtain more In formation can do so from No 890 Al mirante Brown street where Mr An tognlnl and his companions hold their councils against human well being tpeoplethe help of your important publication it may save humanity from an Immeasurable peril I am sir your most obedient servant LOUISA BELIXX FINDS GOLD IN FRUIT JAR little fortune Is Discovered by Daughter of Frugal Michigan Man In Searching Cupboard Jackson MichA little over in twoquartfruitat the residence of the late Eugene disposition mighthaveMurphy In life was consecutively rpoliceman a police sergeant a police captain and an officer at the Michigan state prison and during his years of service to the city of Jackson and to the state he pursued a frugal policy orJacksonestbearing notes Murphy invested money and when tho county paid him he urged and finally succeeded In hav ing It all paid to him in gold It was a sum largely in excess of the amount found 800 but sickness in his family probably depleted his savings England Iras German Mayor Sheffield England has elected as It new mayor a German Joseph Jonas who has been German consul there for some time He came to England as a young man in the capacity of com mercial traveler In 1870 he established a business of his own and at present he employs over 1000 work ers Not Appropriate to Her A negro woman 73 years of age has Just graduatedfrom a New Haven Conn school She has one big advantage Nobody will be likely to make flippant references to her as a sweet girl grad sate A Menace to Health Kidney trouble is an insidiousdan ger and many people are victims of a serious malady before the symptoms are Folevs Kidney CUT curiecs irregularities anti strength ens and builds up the kidneys and it indicationIto good health if the llneysar e deranged Sold by R C Stocston Life is never a joke to the fellow wh lives by his wits LaGrippe and Pneumonia laqrippebutHoney and Tar It cures la grippe coughs anti prevents pneumonia and consumption Ask for Fuleys Honey Tar and refuse any substitute of goodStsevere case of Ja grippe three 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of March 1906 between the hniim of ID oclock a in and 11 oclock n m ii front of Court House door in K inimd Madison County Kenturiv O inp County Count Day proceed o ij ose to PUBLIC SALE to the lupu ud est bidder the following scribed property viz Two tracts or parcels of land lying in Madison County Kv on headwaters of Turpin Branch Tract No 1 containing 8i acres anj lining lauds of C T Wells Hatniiioii runt Knits and Big Hill Roadetc Tract No 2 an undivided two thirds of n uerialn tract of land said tract contains 13t acres and said land adjoins T Wells Winkler Trlbble etc and on the waters above mentioned in said county Sad land is soul for he pur nittiyiecdnmonirs his heirs Terms Sale will be made on relit of six mouths The purchaser will be required to give bond with nuiimred security for the payment of the pur chase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal in terest from the of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money T H COLLINS M 011 sJ C Consigners Sale B W Cobbs admr etc PIfls against Madeline Mitchell etc Deft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of aJudgmentand Order of Sale of tile Madison Circuit Court ren tiered at the February Teim thereof 1006 in the above style cause the undersigned 111on Monday March 5 1906 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m and II oclock a nvin front of Oonr Honsa door In Richmond Madison county Ky being County Cnnrt day proceed to expose to Pulilii to the highest and best bidder t he iillow ing described property viz Two Tracts or Parcels of Liad In Madison county Ky town1 Tract No 1 contains ft acrpf of land adjoining lands of Rube Ruyeoiin T G Higgintotbam etc Tract No 2 containing 25k acres of land on the waters of Paint Lid Creek iJlbotbamFor a more particular description of naid land reference is here made to the judgment of sale pleadings and ex titbits on file heMn Said laud is sold to pay the debts of B W Cobb deceased and tor distribu tion amongst the heirs of said Cobb Terms Sale will bo made on a credit of six mouths The purchaser will lilt re quired to give botlj with provede- cuuu1t for thepayment 6ft pur chase money tc have the force and effect judgment bearllotltgal interest from the day of Mle wli a lien reserved upon saiq jifopftriy until all tile purcliaaesaoney Is paid T HchOT fV MC 34 COI cj 0 Perfection in Pan s aC Montenegro Riehmfs We carry fifteen famous makes in uding Mason Hamlin Hazelton Haines Bros KIngsbury Decker Son Schubert Armstrong Marshal and Wendell A Piano in the home generates a re fining influence and places the son or the daughter in a musicalatmosphere which is more elevating than any other influence that could be brought to bear It also prepares them to take their place in the very best society Something new a piano with the Ceciljan concealed Every taste and every purse finds satisfaction here MOee rOc em 1se eO 146158 West Mam Street Lexington Kentucky Golden Flora The Monument dealers have added to their 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