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Sf V v f f J RICHMOND CLIMAXrr VOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1906 NUMBER 42 WALL DECORATIONS FOR SPRING We announce the arrival of Mr George F Minkie for merly of Cleveland Ohio who has taken charge of our Wall Piper Department Mr Minkie comes to us with seventeen years experience in decorating the interior of the houses of Cleveland the most beautiful city in America It is his in tention to introduce pleasing new styles in Wall Decoration Our spring showing many designs in which are private to us for Kentucky makes this possible because of the originalty and beauty of the patterns We will be glad to take up the matter of WallDecoration with you at any time- Z BRWER I CO Christmas Is Overbut we are still on hand Our store has sub merged from the terrible rush of Christmas buye- rssgad is now ready for its steady every day busi ness Our stock is complete Everything useful 11 everthing low priced Give us a call IF1 rat The RacKet Store East Main Street a Jjt V He Saw Himself The Ground Hog came out and saw himself and at last he has almost lived out his forty days You have only a few more days to remain in doors and had you not better put in this time completing your spring wardrobe Our Wash Goods Department is brim full of handsome patterns Our line of Silks and Spring Dress Goods cannot be surpassed in the city Calland see what we have to offer you before making your selectionWhite Gibson Main Street Richmond Kentucky 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 ShocteltordCo MY NAME IS TIC UkMAPW n Sausage Row j sits ih 1 IEvery Two Minute Physicians tell us that all healthyhuman the heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole body suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomacha double advantage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you itWe wilt tend you a ample free Be cure that tta picture in the form of a label it on the wrap per of erery bottle of Fmuhion you buy SCOTT BOWXE- Chenuittt 409 PeuiSt NY 5occntiu4iloa AUdnffuu Childrens Home Society The Kentucky Childrens Hom Society has sixty boys and girls between the ages of three and nine for whom they desire good Christian homes These children are uncasally bright and attractive and we guarantee that no family Mil be disappointed in a child we send them The winter months have given an s enormous amount of work to do We are receiving more children now than we formerly did ina year and as- a rule the children am much brighter and and mnch hatter looking an much easier controlled than children we formerly bandied Will you not show your interest in this ereat work for humanity by giving a homo to one of these little ones Unless you have a first classhomo in every respect and unless you are moral and stand high in vonr community do not apply as we will nn der no circumstances place a child in a home unless it can give the very best advantages This is the Mrsters work inasmuch as qe said Suffer little children to come unto Me and forbid them not jf you are interested in this charity and wonld like to take a child please address the Kentucky Childrens Home Society No 2116 Von Borries avenue Louisville Ky Yours very respectfully George L Sehon State Womens Kidneys Women are more often afflicted with kidney disorders than men but attribute the symptoms to diseases peculiar to tbfir sex while in realltv- the kidneys are deranged Nervoui ness headach putty or dark circles under the eyes pain in the back are signs of kidney trouble that must not be Jgnoreltor a serious malady will result Folevs Kidney Cure has restored the health of thousrnds of weak nervous broken down women It stoqs irregularities and strengthen the urinav o s It purifies the blood and benefits the whole system sold by R C Stockton If partisan people cant even agree on a tangible thing like currency how can we trust them to handle the intangible ideas in connection with oa r future glori There me thousands of heroes who never make a grand stand play and the grandstand people kuow nothing iii tit them and never will LiquoIsonecan You who are waiting dont know what you miss There are plenty to tell you would ask for have already used it Some use it to get welli some to keep welL Some to cure germ diseases some as a tonic You will use it as they do when you learn what the product does And will thea regret that you delayed to long What Liqiozone Is The virtues of Liquozone are derived solely from gases The is sent to daya time w by of the highest claw The object is to so Contact with Liquozone kills any form of disease germ because germs are of vegetable origin Yet to thebodyLiquo sane n not only but helpful is the extreme That ie its main Unction germicides are poison when taken internally That is why medicine baa been so helpless m a germ disease Liquetose is exhilarating Vi t ymgi yep me germ sea we me It till iHAmerielArWt 4e- L14ntms Mwt tbwUk tt t Mt had TRAMPING HALF A CENTURY HavingOnceto Live Is Down Hereford PaThe mild weather of the last few weeks has enticed quartershave had occasion to be liberal with their handouts Berks county has the reputation of harboring more tramps than any pehapsthese hoboes there are many inter esting characters The premier tramp the bum par ex cellence the Incarnation of the hobo genius Is undoubtedly Fred Barge man who though a native of the kingdom of Saxony has tramped the highways of America for 37 years and likes his calling perfectlydearfor five weeks he held a Job in a Connecticut rolling mill but that was years ago and he has done his best since that time to live It down Thrown upon his own resources at the age of 12 years Bergeman wan dered through North Germany and Holland and to escape military duty with Its enforced work and cleanli ness he emigrated to America He tramped the empire state drift ed Into Connecticut where the night enduredlandsays he has slept in thousands of barns In 30 different states He is 65 years old and has been sick but twice In his life- Kindhearted people then saw 1 was cared for In hospitals he says and I am Just as sure It will be seen that my body has suitable buriaL STORK IN THIRTIETH VISIT Notable Supporters of AntiBace Sni clde Movement Are Made Happy by Another Birth Bloomington McDonald Hall and his wife of Champaign county claim the honor of being the most notable supporters of President Roose velts antirace suicide doctrines Sirs Hall has Just presented her proud hus band with their thirtieth child The latest Is a girl and was named Margaret greatefor some of the rO Among them are George Washington Thomas Jeffer son Patrick Henry Victoria Regina Abraham Lincoln Lucretia Borgia Victor Emanuel Susan B Anthony Ulysses Grant William T Sherman Philip Sheridan Cassle Chadwlck Grover Cleveland the latter subse quently changed to Benjamin Harri son for political reasons William McKinley Henry Ward Beecher and Shields Blaine The others are only able to boast of commonplace cognomens Mr Hall coundolder children might have some diffi culty in feeding the hungry mouths of this family He and his wife are very proud of their progeny and are hopeful that after the great wedding is over President Roosevelt may recognize their enthusi astic demonstration of his IdeaILAND IS CHEAP IN MEXICO In Some lanes the Government Of fers It for Two Cents an Acre Likely Farm Soil Mexico City MeLThe demand for public lands in Mexico is remarkably light in view of the cheapness of most of the tracts During tho last six months of the year 1905 the ted era government sold only 38765 acres of public lands for which it received are many millions of acres of government lands situated in different parts of the country Much of these agriculturaltare bered The schedule of prices is fixed for each state and ranges as low in some cases as a few cents per acre The lands in the state of Ta basco situated In the extreme south eastern part of this country are now leading in demand and most of the government sales during the past tew months have been in that state The Tabasco lands are fitted for tropical i agriculture of all kinds More Work for Wilson- A servant girl in the household ot- a Pottsville Pa family was slicing daylwhenIarlywatery She was about to throw it away when the knife struck some thing hard She cut it out and showed it to her mistress It proved to be a pearl which Jewelers value at tO Now then here is an opportunity foi Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Let him take up immediately the invest pearlIbutITied Lea n frra 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 di sease that required it And over one million dollars have been spent to an nounce and fulfill this offer The result is that bottles have been used mostly in the pas two years Today there are countless cured ones everywhere to tell what Liquozone has done But so many others need it that this offer is published still In late years sci ence has scores of diseases to germ attacks Old remedies do not apply to them We wish to show those ones atour cost what Liquozono can do It Applies These are the which Liquo zone has been most In thes it has earned its widest reputation In all of these troubles we supply first bottle reeAnd in t ficult =we offer each user a terhowdifI further test without the risk Aathma OoUreOooiAbtetaa in mti Oononbe Ole t BrencDIUa Say Blood rol09 JjkOripM 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top of Raton mountain near Trinidad CoU the engineer lost control The train descended the mountain at a terrific rate and left the tracks The engine and 30 freight cars were piled uo in a broken mass STEP TOWARD CANCER CURE- Formation of Hens Ztjg Gives Ex perimenters Clew to Solution of Baffling Problem LondonThe result of Investiga tions In the last few days shows that the trypsIn treatment of cancer fs most hopeful especially as a pre rentlve of recurrence after the first operation The principal discoverer of the treatment is Dr Shaw Mac kenzie He has had a number of cases under treatment during the last two years and arrived at his results clin ically Another Investigator Is Dr Beard of who evolved the theory of embryologically The prevailing view is that the hen- S supposed to produce the egg from Issue Beard says this is not so The fertilized egg Is the product of the anion of sperm and egg which gives rise to trophoblast of larvae In man he IMackenzies3f inoperable cases has given striking results It consists in the hypodermic Injection of a two per cent solution of trypsin as near the cancerous growth as possible prep arations being given freely internally with a sugar diet and also purified oxgalL The treatment necessarily Is prolonged The normal disappearance of the trophoblast sometimes is quick but often exceedingly slow The treat ment received remarkable confirma tion by the experimental cure of mice by Jensen while he was pursuing his Inquiries VICTORY BRINGS A BRIDE girl Marries Hero of Football Game After Star PlayingWedS- ame Day Philadelphia Cupids hand In the winning of a lootbuu game was discov ered wnen the m unae of AUss Anna Taylor of 25t Ameer btreet and J Wil liam Martin or Iou5 Vananmuer street was made known Martin is a former Princeton student and a football prayer of renown He was playing lulloacn on the Overbrook team last tail but was slightly injured and when the final game with the Glen Hills Athletic came on the last Saturday in November he was In the lineup although he went to Glen Mills to see the contest taking Miss Taylor along At the end of the first half the score was 60 in favor of Glen Mills Oh I want to see win said Miss Taylor Well I feel like playing said Mar tin If I go in and win this game will you marry me Miss Taylor had heard Martin ask this question before and had her answer but now she assented with the given condition- With this reward to spur him on Mar tin went in the lineup and played the game of his life making two touch downs in plunging plays After the con test he and his sweetheart went to Wil mington and were married the same evening m Say Yes To This Offer and See tHe Good You Will Get 4quireaesutocJfintQtB cWoiait remarkable 11000000 scattered Where disessesin altnoma FeverInauetaa CoutagloaIDlea Edinburgh pancreatic association Overbrook postponed also meat tonal of thefoHowlatJ Kldntr Troubles Llnr Troubles Btonuwh Troubles Womens CUeues Fever Inflammation or catarrh Impure or 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home folks Mi 9 9Jan aiet Rupard returned from Lexington Saturday Miss I neelln Bonny has retnrned from Winchester where she spent sev eral weeks Mi w Florence Lvkins relumed from Cincinnatiwhere she spent a week Aunt Lucy Wager the old family prvllnt died at Mr Joe Wager last Wednesday She was 93 years old and a member of the Baptist church Aunt Lucy never spent but one night away from the Watrerhome in22 years she was devoted to her Mrs children Mere Brose verger of Cincinnati and Rid of Richmond and Jon of this place where he has always made her home Her remains was lied to test at the Wager graveyard near this place Mos men respond to the touch of love if love doesnt touch their purse School Childrens Dyspepsia The common form of dyspepsia or indigestion which stops tbe grow b pales the cheeks weakens thesystem of so many school chiMren Is often due to improper or too quickly eaten lunches While seeing to a correction of the cause it is also Imprant to cuae the disordered cnn ditoia of stomach and bowels This can be done no other medicine eo safely Bnllsur leas by Dr Caldwell laxhive S rap Pepsin Try i Sold liv Porn Thomas at SOc anu i 00 Money back if it fails When a woman has nothing else to do sue washes her hair j The Original originatedhoneyrume y and nn account of the treat m rii and popularity Foleys Brute awl Tar many imitations are offered fur the genuine Ask for Folevs Honer and Far and refuse any tub stitutH offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opi ates anti is saftrd for children and del icate persons Sold by R C Stock ton Only a rich girl can successfully pose as a Bpinister from choice Cured Hemorrhages of the fe tLungs j Several y ars since my lungs were so badly affected that I had many hemorrhages writes A Ake of Wood InlihI took treat Went with several physicians without nv benefit I then started to tnke Foleys Homy nd Tsr and my lungs aie now a round asa bullet I reccommend it in advanced stages of lung trouble Foleys Honey and Tar stops the coughand Heals the lungs and previ n s serious results from a old Kfusd substitutes Sold by It C Stockton A mans idea of an angel in a woman who doesnt talk about her neighbors Overcrowded It is a pretty dangerous thing to allow your system to get overcrowded with undigested foodpoisons bile pnisons b wel doisons Get rid of them by t king Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin and you will right away feel sacha wonderful change for the better that you will never let yourself get into that con dition again Safe and pleasant n constipatiouby Perrp Thomas at SOc and 100 Money Dauk if it fails A burnt child dreads the fire but a man fears a fleod of leminine tears moreIt sot much consolation to the homely woman to know that every mirror lisa a silver linine There is something wrong with the relicion of a woman who never has a kindly thought of her rival a + + CALL AT+++ + JONES MERSHONSS- ALOOM PARLOR WEEK IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found tiin the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo dation Ike lee Sinl4ts Watsr Kept ei TN J Sec j i7i i liii- tl t ALREADY1Ly I f f The Busy Bee Cash Store 1 has again commenced business Every department is chuck full of new up to date clean freshmerchandise Not a single article in the entire store but what is bran new fj Nice Goods at Incredulously Low Prices Our store is now located opposite the Glyndon Hotel next dhJL H NefPs produce store 3rWe are showing bargains unprecedented in every department You can buy new up to ClothingBargains t Goods Bargains in allkinds of Cotton Goods Bargains in Notions Bargains in Lace Curtains and Oil Shades Bargains in Ladles Skirts Bargains in Linens Bargains in every department in the entire store Our White Goods Laces and Embroideries are marvelously beautiful they having been selected from the largest importing houses in the east and all of them are designs especially consigned to us You will see no such White Goods Embroideries Laces and Hamburgs F purchasesBeautifullatest novelties Come and see them t We are sole agents for Schloss Bros Clothing for men Eiderheim Stein a Co clothing fortboys and youths La France Shoes for ladies Wm Knelands fine Shoes for men American Lady Corsets the Wooltex line of fine Tailormade Suits and Skirts for ladies Come and inspect them I extenqinnew goods we are showing We are Very Respectfully Wtf D OLDHAM and CO l RESTORES REVIVO VITALITY nMadea j I 3NC7 RF MmDyproduces theabove remits In 30 days It acU- poveilaUraadcaicklr Cures when others fill rowmcmrill regain their lost maahoodand old men will recover their yonthtnl rigor t r nslcg KCVIVO It qnicttr sad surely rettores Xerroct EmlI8lcsLoitPowerF1Uolrall effects of teU42ra or excess sad Indltcretioa which mats one for stndy busmen ormut1QIl It not only cues by eUrtlngat taw set of disuse bet bringlegstories the fire of youth It wards oft Jcsaalt and Consumption lnail on hIoTUr EEVIVOno other It da be carried invert rocket By mall torlS500wlthapoaftlTethe tnoner Book sod advise free Address ROYAL UDItIUI lACCAOOIU1og- For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184gets the best C 0 A L COMPANY in Richmond When you want a load of the best coal obtainable go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Besittyville number and we are the peo ple who se- llflte Oak Cannel I CourtatnLsh Aieo aQ 3ea t ui11e all guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company- D R Freeman Mgr Phone 184 Yard Aspen av Not Only at Christmas is our line of goods desirable but at all times of the year We carry such a beautiful line of Silver Cut Glass Clocks Watchesand Jewelry of every description that it attracts all lovers of the beautiful to our store We make u specialty of engraving Watch repairing carefully attended to Our stock is completeour price reasonable Give us a call L Ei Larte Itttt n Grand Opera House h Wednesday March 14th Ij N A Great Actress and a Great Play d Florence Davis t J j Supported by 1I Elliott Dextertand a notable New York company in the Reigning Romantic Comedy The Player MaidA- n 1 unsurpassed display of Costumes and Scenic Splendort Mesdames arrasrand Wines L refuriifrom tl r t Ladies Misses and 1 hlbends Head Geart Everythingipleleline of OiUdrens Hats ever brought to this city llontti HamiltonQMlrterof Giocintutiwiil fee ii eketil ift 4llrttit rc Mir M1 J r K r I BEST Fire SaleON EARTH GoalsvilleED BL4NTON 5 GO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED KVCBT WIONB8DAT BY 1hg Climax Printing Co Incorporated AD MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAP IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements- For Precinct and City Offices 5 00 For County Office1 10 For Stte and District Offices 15 ForCallK per Ioe Eor Cards per line For all publications In the interest of InK AnalInvariably Cash with order naWEDNESDAY= It W MILLER Madisons brilliant son is now recognizer as the silver tongue orator in the Kentucky Legis lature Jessamine JournaLbIN EVERY city and State where reform lias been victorious Democrats have been elected Now gentlenrhe at Frankfort it is up to people are not asleep but jest dozing Jessamine Journal WE CONGRATULATE Editor Jim Allen of the Cvnthiana Democrat over his newly acquired possessions He has purchased the plant oftine of hi competitors and will add some to his already splendidly equipped office The Democrat is one of the best pa pers in the State with a fine gentle man at its head so whyshould it not succeed MAYOR WOODS has put the lid on so tight at Richmond on Sundays that the churches can actually nnticeror increase in attendance at ship We wili christen him the Gov Faulk of Madison Mayor Woods presbutthing he will carry it out if he has to call the Eighth District Publishers League to his rescue and we will all be there when you yell Clarence Jessamine Journal LAST FRIDAY in the Lower House of our national lawmaking body four pensionbillsthese bills some time was devoted to considering bill providing for a uniform naturalization Our Congressmen could confer no greater and Ii ing benefit upon the country than to put our naturalization laws upon a higher plane At present they are entirely too lax We need graver strictions and more exacting laws if we expect our country to prosper reach a higher grander and nol state of civilization There is no dumpingforeign country Let us welcome to our shores the wortny but keep a sharp lookout for the unworthy as we already have sufficient of this class LAST Wednesday Hon R W Mil ler representative of Madison cow t made a speech in the House of I resentatives of half an hours di tion the equal of which has not h heard in the legislative halls foryeard 0Mr Miller had introduced in I House a bill requiring an annual counting from all insurance com ies doing business within the St The insurance lobby which as ciiyearsMr Miller continued his fight for his bill he need never try to occupy s at in public life again tlndauu by their threats with an indonilts will and determination characteristic of the man he waged war When began speaking the crowds in lobby pressed into the House and number of Senators came from ti chamber to bear the speaker eloquent After arguing the great necessity for such a law as he had proposed he begged pardon and made a loghisaround him shook his hand and showered congratulations upon him When the vote was trken not a single member voted against the bill This is putthroughing vote after members had told him theywere going to vote against them passedthadissenting vote is of great importance as it will increase our educational facilities an hundred fold When he made his fight against the insurance octopus and won such signal victory it was one of the greatest yearsAndjustlyproudthose who voted against him possibly regret it now but feel equally proud of the man and hw great work MaTI positioninnow lives in the hearts and confidence of the people whom Le has so ably and nobly served aid they will surely take care of him when the test is appIledJFor Rent A large comfortable room plenty light and fronts on Main street Apply f to tills office Main streetginarUlin Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot earlherepiDaafnesslitlon of the mucouslining of the Enpiachiau Tube When this tube llJlrelyaed unless the Inflammation can bebe taken out and this tube restored to its itormal condition hearing will be de ttroyed forever nine cases out often notImpoua surfaces We will give Onn Hundred Dollars fur iay case of Deafness edby elL Urrb that cannot bB cured by XattMrrh Cure Send for circulars freeTI F J CHENEY COt Toledo OBO pn11MtNf j Ask Your toz Doctor If he tells you to take Ayers Cherry Pectora1 for your severe cough or bronchial trouble then take it If he has anything better then take that We have great confidence in this medicine So will you when you once know it The beat kind of a testimonial Sold for over lxty years MM lAlso9 SARSAPAKIUA 00lJeIIsPILLS We have no teereU We publtsitthe formulae of all our p Ceepyess at IN this issue of the Climax is an advertsement that should appeal to the citizens of Richmond and Madi son county It is an adverisement by the master commissioner to exp t 4oWaco Mining and Manufacturing Co the land is located a tile and rick factory which includes rv houses engines kilns brick ro dies etc with a lease on about 1850 acres of firm clay land Why should not the citizens of our own county organize a stock company and p chase this property With cap and energy to back it a plant manufacture the fine clay on property now owned by the Waco Tile Manufacturing Co would produce for our citizens untold wealth This clay bas received medals wherever shown and is pronounced by experts to be the bet in the world If this property was any wh north of the Ohio river it is safe to venture a million dollar company would be organized and this valuable product would be coined into moo We believe that a fortune awaits the organization of a companythat will take advantage of this veritable g oldt mine Think well fellow citizens of this matter before the property passes into hands other than our own people MONDAY the Supreme Couit of the United States decided the habeas cor pus proceedings in the case of Caleb Powets who three times has been convicted of the murder of Gover Goebel and now facing a fourth tr against him The Court holds U IS Do Federal statute giving U Judge Cochran authority to take the Powers cage from the jurisdiction of the Kentucky Stats Courts This bears us up in the contention we stmado last August in an editos and the decision of the United Su Supreme Court and the arguni we made in this paper we might- re consistently sayare VERBATIM ET LITEOATUM We do not know nor thehigbiler opinionQPa high compliment However Court expressly states and which every fairminded person will concede and ought to know that if a lower Court of Kentucky refused Pov his constitutional rights and State law denied him an appeal to the highest State court a writ of fromPCourtenin 8 decision was therefore leversed KeniCpardonIpealIntrial passedednowIetonltoriese JointItMexico stricken out The adoption of Oklahoma and Indian Territoryas a state will add another bright star to Old Glory The country is ripe for statehoodand the new state is destined to become one of the foremost of the nation as its vast natural Intlsecondlowed the usual quota of executive judicial and legislative officers two United States Senotors and five members of the Nation House of Repre sentatives A constitutional Cooi en tion with ono hundred and ten mem ers fiftyfive of which are to be chosen by each of the Territories com prisin the state Is provided for and all male citizens or male IndlalJs twentyone years of age are made eligible to membership In It The prerogative of the National Government to control affairs and protect the Indians in their rights will be con lngiquorstory Is pruhiblted for a period of twentyone years and longer unless the constitution Is changed Sectli 15 ind 36 of Each section of land Oklahoma are set apart for the benefit of tho common school system as also five per cent of the proceeds the sale of public lands There is an appropri ition of f5000000 from the National Treasury for the beflefitLen the schools in portion known newfheundrand total being according to the best calculators 10000000 Provision Is also made for the rt of higher education and charitable institutions Two districts for United States courts one in Oklahoma and the other in Indian Territory ire capiiOklahomain- orary tel capital of the pew State As soon as the bill become a law watch e new state grow and blossom as e rosebecome one of the most autiful ia the grand cluster of le states NOTICELThe magistrates met Tuesday March C repairIugpiterbut fe antil March 16 Any one desiring to wake bids on this work eats do so oee desiring to make changes in bids W before eourt will be granted that Oildatcit it It o r ledge Beaten Expbtfas Why Re Apfetakd Cora aiitee jaTesUUM of County Affairs The Climax is in receipt of the I lowing communication irom our C cuit Judge the Hon J M Benton to ofwhichof the fact that the Fiscal Court saw to disregard the selection made by t Judge and then made selections of own Messrs E T Fish of Berea R R Bnrnam and Will Langtord of this city We understand that the Magistrates at their meeting on Monday March following the adjournment of Circi Comrt at which Judge Bentou made the appointments referred to refused to ratify the appointments made by Judge Benton on the ground that it was not in the province of the Circt Court to make the selection of a co mittee for the duty in hand and tti be Fiscal Court bad exclusive jut diction Thereupon a motion was m badeentirely which was done positionclearlyfcly disclaimed jurisdiction over matter but had complied with the request of the County Judge who belongs to the body whose acts Judge Ben t roonJ mudgean embarrassing position render doubly so now by the refusal of Fiscal Court to ratify his appointments However the Fiscal Court did not feel that its acts were the only ones the Grand Jury recommended to be exa iued but that of its predecessors WiNOiiEsEEK Kv MAKCH 9 06 EDITOR CLIMAX In view of the fact that the Fiscal Court of Madison Cons bas seen fit to select gentlemen ott than the ones suggested by me to in vestlgate the books of the Fiscal Court I wan to ask you to please give pub licity to this statement from me as J o not want it to appear that I rub oered in this matter The last grand jury recommended an expert accountant be employed o examine the books of thn Fiscal Court for the last eight years I ircuit Court had no jurisdiction the matter and that recommendation hthethe term Judge Turpln filed in open Court a request that tbe Judge of me Circuit Court should appoint three I partial taxpayers of Madison County mate the Investigation suggested by Inewas would look better for the men to be ap pointed by some tribunal other than t he whose acts Vere to be inves IiJlled I stated at the time that it- on part of my official duty to me such an appointment and that any se lection made by me would have to be ratified by the Fiscal Court I in bUIalJudgehebehalf of the Fiscal Court requested that I should make the appointment concluded that perhaps a selection made by me would bu more acceptable to all the people than one made by herparties whose official conduct was to bee namedreThorpe I did not believe a better so lection Quid be made andmy in formation is that the Court JidtIYnot question the fitness of any one t gentlemen They were selected hhorought bheimplicit confidence in the integrity sodiimpartiality of their report My olec purpose was to select the very Ilestimaterial I coum think of in the oh time I had to consider tbe mat WLat I have said must not be c strued as any criticism of the gen men selected by the Fiscal Court They are known to me as they are to the honorabled dutySask that you publish this card in or that my connection with this ma may not be misunderstood by tl who are not acquainted with the a and as a matter of justice to Cola ThorpeesntJ1I ON J M 0 C Not a Patent Medicine Hyold a Ientlfic Treatment for tatanh by AutEver since Hyomel has been known phsihetelligent people who could appreciate the true merit oi the combination of healing gums oils and balsams of which it is composed endorsehetronbses In fact quite a few of them use it themselves to break up a cold and prevent pneumonia They regard it as a natural yet scientific way of curing catarrh Breatned through the pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit Hyoi nei theinsoothes and heals the irritated mucous membrane and effectually drives from the system all traces of catarrlial poison No one should confound Hyoi with the patent medicine that are vertised us catarrh cures It is as sn perior to them all as the diamond is glansThe con gisting of a neat pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei costs but SI and extra bottles can be obtained for 50 cents making it the most economical method of curing ca tarrh as well as the most reliable B L Middelton bas sold a great many Hyomel outfits and has seen such remarkable results from its use that he sells it under an absolute guar antee that it costs nothing wiles it cures A Word to the Fropertr Owners of Richmond and- re Madison Unntr About Your House Fainting and riper flanging tlseplietbe nbt house painting paper hanging and decorative business and if you are going to have anything done in isisiline during this season will say tin it 1twant your work and in return will give you honest materials and honest workmanship at honest prices I also have a full line of 1000 Wall Paper Nov cities to show you from the larg nat manufacturers in the United States 7H the right kind of prices and I ask you for a liberal share of your work Thanking you for past patronage 1 am Yours Very Respectfully WLLEEDSa Contractorin rd Residence Phone 112 2ifeb3mofArrangements for Big londare The committees are as busy as lees in making arrangements for the Knights Templar Conclave here in May The following headquarters for the various have been 1 handed to us Louisville No2 at Hotel Winds Or Webb No2 Lexington at Judce Enssell Manne NemeHhdllands HarrisMaysvllle h fans BourbonWindsorOynthlana ttsRrchmond Il pMarionWindsor The decorations are in charge ot O Swifthampw days have a large lot of decoration erllleto IlTl with uiItU1ctXWI a 1 ai rT t HADE FROrt NATIVE ROOTS SAFE AND RELIABLE plantsirpossess remarkable proprtles for thecure human maladies proen Even e untutored Indian learned the andhitquaw to get well as soon as possible that sue might do thowork and lot him hunt Therefore he dug root for her- rfo that was their remedy for fe tboIFavorite Prescription skillfully com bland with other agents that make it more effective than any other medicine II curing all the various weaknesses and ainful derangements peculiar to women savednDoctorisness over the lower pelvic region with- ackache spells of dizziness faintness bearing down pains or distress should not go unheeded A course of Favorite Pre scription will work marvelous benefits ahesonable length of time The FavorIte P wbeinghollyots without a dropof ake medicines for sale through druggists for largohEare very to delicateSwomen Favorite Prescription tains neither alcohol nor harmful habit aronpowerful Invigorating tonic Imparting n and strength In particular to the organs distinctly feminine For weak and women who are wornout or debilitated for women who whoeror bear heavy household burdens and for nursing motHers Dr Pierces raorltePrescription will prove a priceless benefit because of its health restoring and strengthgiving power For constipation the true scientific cure Is Dr Picrcos Pleasant Pellets Mild harmless yet sure Cctpm5ufrom Madison county Wednesday urled a phillipic against the insurance broughtforthcolleagues and the spectators andre byUvill abolish th deferred dividend ays t l hugthe policy hobo adMr Miller octo rightsas atkeIheInsurance forlnlno his8eallusionmeetingsofees on Insurance I urgeda favorable with all the I1rjruntent aud earu at my command Before the plOtestinJlagaiDst ablestheu Partielarsever seen in Krauhfort since I have eel the honor to Hold a comirismon this floor We fought the battle ou peopletmteresthere a yepresontative uf one 01 tile ill wrestlJ affected liv this bill I am told made the statcincut in the lobby of markede itlecherish was forever killed Mr Speaker it is not a matter ol great moment to me whether or not endt01leIillseo Theleilurbeyondis not material whether or nut the rec ord is closed now But it is a matter of vast and vital importance to the free born people of a free and independent Commonwealth that they be able to elect to pubhitrustsright following this way of duty as God powerundaunted uninfluencedbyJ accept the challenge be The conse quences what they may My heart is enlisted ii this tight and nil the ener itImachinationserv or those stupendous outrages are made to cease and arrogant ind aggre justandThe House passed the bill hy 86 toO- and it was immediately sent over to the senate HonstatJ critichadence Davis supaorte by Elliott Dex PlayerMaid MistressHalamously beautiful and bewitching The capableWIISjestlllscene in the Ultlt act well illustrates MissCorcorasi t athewishes to be ridof her betrothed asMisstress that she impersonate her In comesherage declares that theman a her own lover and that Lady Dorothy shall never have him At just tlm right moment she reveals that she WHS but ex sohatiWIJrbuuatltljZher the griefstricken jealous woman then came the quick change with eyes a smile and cheeks burning red All is said of Miss Davis when it is affirmed ElliottDexterbo a matinee idol He is unj of the most perfectly pioponioneit men seen on the stage aud his work is of the most pleasing kind He mxkes love in be way men do not In the way some think men should jlr Dexter in aievryears will rank with the first actors The Player Maid will appear at 11thPricPttsman stock compaa withMissroles will begin a three tngiiia engage OperaHouse0 20 and 30 cents during luu engage men melodrtermingled will be the Companys 0ObserverTIre Usmau Stock Ct innuy winch presented Down Mobile ut liii Academy of Music last night i as the best repertoire troupe that has over given pluyhuuserheabove the average popula price attraction and as good as a lale umber appearedit was one of the largest of the season and was appreciative The work of the whole cast was above theaverage in popular price fhowe but that of Miss lleicka wits especially good She is a woman with H fine age appearance earnest asset iutelli nt in the rendition of her liies Her MargQeriteOSml1B making a charming liiilc actress M cinie Were in the hHn elsiE UllelthoThe stinging w M jroed esc apee4siii luff J w Dmmi ion r a1d O L SEABCY AND RICHMOND NATIONAL BANK Plaintiffs against WACO MINING AND MANUFAC Tcuiso OoapANY ETC Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at tbe February Term thereof 1000 in the ahove styled cause the un dersigned will on Monday April 2nd 1906 between the hours of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclock M on the 2nd day of April being County Court day in front of the Court House proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following de- cribed property viz A Certain Lot or Parcel of Landtcontaining ten acrs of fine clay lo catelln Madison County Kentucky on the Louisville and Atlantic R Kabuu ve miles from Richmond at Searcy On this land is located a tile and brick factory which includes all of the dry houses engine room press room the Todd house stable etc two kilns boiler and engineone Freese tIe and brick mill all the dies and attach ments one Bencing automatic tile cutter brick tables two Raymond No 2 press shingle dies brick dies and all the tools pallets and c 1onnectedfendants right title and interest in and to lease hold interest in about 1850 acres of fine clay land and for a snore particular description reference i hereby made to the deed hooks of the Madison County Clerks office where said leases are recorded This is an up to late brick tile and shingle factory in gooJ repair and good running order located on and surrounded a body haviogbeencent expositions and Worlds FairJTERMS Sale will be credit of C 12 and 18 months The giveboodpayment of the purchase money to ave the lorce and effect ofa Judg bearing legal interest from the ay of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid T H COLLINS M C M 00 Dmminionen TIlE BEKEA BANKING Co Plaintiff againot ALECK ELIZA BUKNAM Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale ot the Madison Circuit Court rendered at tire FebruaryTerm thereof 1900 in the ahove style cause the un dersigned will on Monday April 2 J906 between the hours of 1030 oclock A M and 12 oclock M at the Court House Kentuckybelnexpose to Public Sale to the highest and bast bidder the following described vizAbout Two Acres located in MadIson County near Berea adjoining the Clay Lick school house tot and the hind of Turner fietl Or a sufficient qmintitv thereof to produce the sum of10500- TELtMS Sale will be made on a credit of six montns The purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security for II e payment of the purchase money to have tbe force bearinglegala Lien reserved upon said property paidTCommissioners Sale The Berea Banking Co Plaintiff against RoM Charity Manpin Defendants Notice of Pale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order f Sale Of the Madison Circuit Court at the February Term thereof 900 in the above style cause the Un- ersigned will on- Monday April 2 J906 between the hours of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclock m at the Court House door in Madison County Kentucky being County Court Day proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Pracelof Land located in Madison County Kentucky on the waters of Walnut Meadow Creek containing 2114 acres and elev en poles or a sufficient quantIty there of to produce the sum of S120 00 TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal Interest from slay of sate with a Linn reserved upon arid property until all he purchase money is paid T H COLLINS M C M C O Coiio r L a1c 1 ASIIER HEXSLEV Plaintiffs against GKAJJVILLE GARRISON ETC Defendant Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sla of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at its February Term thereof 906 in the above style cause the un d rsi2ned will on the premises Friday March 30 J906 between the hours of 1030 oclock M and 12 oclock M in Madison County Kentusky proceed to expose to tSale to the highest and best bidder the foollwing described property viz A Certain Tract of Land situated in Madison County on the waters of Muddy Creek near and adjoining the Marlon Todd place and containing about 131 acres This is the land of Matthias Templeton and Iarv Templeton his wife TERMSSale will be made on a credit of six months The ptu chaser will bo required to crive bond with ap proved security for thepayment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment hearing legal interest from the day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is pai I T H COLLINS M C M C C ommi ion r al Gaar Scott Uo Plaintiffs against H P Barclay Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at the February Term thereof 1000 in the above style cause the un dersigned will on the 2t d day of April 1906 between tire hours of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclock m in front of Court House of Madison County Ken tucky being County Court Day pro ceed to expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest and beet bidder the foliow inpr described propertyviz One IChorse power Conies Traction Engine with covers wagons and usual appurtenances manufactured by Gar Scott Co 131x49 separator No 17089 and wagon with folding stackr hell and usual appurtenances maut factored oy Gaar Scott Co 150 feet 8 in four ply drive bel 1 N T stacker 1 short stacker feeder 1 wooden tank on wagon pump and hose This is a first class threshing outfit and in good run ning order Almost as good as new 0 a sufficient quantity thereof to pro duce the sum of 129920 the amount ot money so ordered to be made antI the costs hereo- fTERMSSale will be made on a credit of 3 and 6 months The pur chaser will be required to give bond with approvedsecuritv for the payment ot the purchase money to have the effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from the day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid T H COLLINS M C M C C Does your baking powder contain alum Look upon the label Use only a powder whose label shows it to be made with cream of tartar NOTE Safety lies in buying only the Royal Baking Powder which is the best cream of tartar baking powder that can be had GO TO ciA TAYLOR For Everything Needed in your Spring Plowing He hands the best grades and at the most reasonable prices STOP ItStrikingchimneys worrying witn coal oil 71nd Get On to the comfort and convenience of EIectncLighte They are cleanest cheapest brightest and nest We Have the Light efficiencyElectricthem RICHMOND Electric and Power1oTh- eGeneral EnjffBwriaK Company Managers Telephone 486 Schlcfcl Building rwsnb fM tr ioJ 7 c Wj r hh lIt w 1 I LOOFG- rand Opera Hou- seMONDAYi March 19th Those Famous Funny Fellows Wood and Ward and 18 others TItO JEE TSOlELKiOSJ SEt ItClXUW PRESETNING Two Merry Tramps- The Show With Music 12Big Whistling Numbers the Squabs A Chorus of Singing Girls as Pretty as their Costumes 4 Strange Things Seen at Sea Show Girls Singing Girls Dancing Girls and then Some See Them and Get the Habit a TWO 1101 TJJULES FBOLoNDJxw- s funnyThe The Indian Ballet CotDtBon S we Prices 2535504475 iM tlrifi We take pleasure in announcing to our trade our advance styles in all the latest creations 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 attentior Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE RICHMOND KY Wall Paper Shopping Wall Paper Paints Glass is easy at our store because you dont have to kick to get ytur moneys worth because cilybecausewell as the paper well because our spring stock is about all in and we are showing tire prettiest line ever shown here including all the novelties rind allat prices that will astonish you Give us the pleasure of show ing you our line and make you an estimate on your work WOOL J rWe want all the Wool in fMadison and adjoining jJJ very HighestjMarket Prices f You will make a mistake J 1Iaswell as lose money if youttJJ sell before getting our pric- esCovillgtoll J J Arnold Bro c Main Street 9Jrw S For Sale The Di Uobson residence and business rooms on main Street next door to Government building This is ne of tnoet desirable pieces of property in Richmond For particulars call on undersignedDr H O Sandlin Richmond Kv Buy Selected Nortrem Seed Oats from W R Letcher Jr E Main St mar7 2t- Government Hog Cholera Remedy and free pamphlet on the disease aid its cure at our store 7m2t Stockton Hagan Here Is Home Beauty If your wall paper does not conform to the great est harmony with your furniture we can show you wall paper that does We have made a study of harmonious effects in house decorations and we can onlyinwe can help you to select to the best advantage We want to show you wall papers stains var youlULveto buy elsewhere we will be glad to go over these designs with you We are positive that even if you have made up your mind to buy of some other store undoubtedlybethere is a courteous salesman ready to serve you Perry and Thomas Also a full line of Paints and Varnish Stains ji Ub J Greatest Bargains e Ever Offered lCan now be found on our Ten Cent Counter jtf Just note a few of the many bargains and call and je see that we do all that we advertise f 3 quart enamel buckets lOc 4 quart enamel covered sauce pans lOc 3 4 quart enamel pudding pans lOc 11J2 12 inch enamel wash paa Ifc ch glass berry bowl lOc f Glass sugar bowls lOc Glass bu t standsI JOe These are only a few of the great bargains cj on ourTen Cent Counter arid should you fail to take advantage of prices quoted here you will be tf the looser pb Our other stock is complete with prices that iwillmakeyou smile The Racket Store tj East Main Street WtJt ftQ 8 Af trv 4 Il+ JJ r J R t k i t JjIi 1i TiTid j1l if j t 4 i hT I 00OurRunaboutsBuggiescles good Its the vehicles that makes our reputation good concerudaboutKentucky Carriage Phone 232 C F HIGGINS The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1906 The Player Maldls one of the finest attractions on the roadtWANTED All kinds sewing Mrs E A King phone 178 fifth street ti- The ladles of the Christian church will give a courtday dinner in April- WANTEDTwo cottages In Ricl inoml Price from 800 to i000ttf Hagan The Racket Store is offering great bargains in their advertisement in this issue of the Climax Read and profit thereby Mr DvH Ouernult sold Saturday to C L L E Griggs 336 acres of the Rev David Chedault farm near Col ICBB Hill for 14000 Nearly every county in the state is preparing for a home coining week luring the approaching event in Louis ville Why cant Madison arrangeis for suchRMISS JULIA H HIGGINS Stenographer and Typewriter Examiner for Madison Co Ky Business and Pupils Solicited Phone 851 Regular services at the Methodist Church next Sunday morning and evening The time for holding Ep worth League has been changed to 615 and evening Preaching Service to 715 Every young man and woman possible should enter the Business Gelw lee and qualify for good positions Prof Lippard has calls for more graduates than he can furnish and wants more bright students mar42t All persons holding claims against 1 E Cunningham and L E Francis are notified that they must present them nt later than March 16th Otherwise they will be barred and payment re fused UKANT E LILLYw mar72t Trustee Mr Jas A Wallace met with a painful accident on last Sunday after non when his horse fell and cruRhed his ankle badly He was also slightly injured in the bark and In consequence f olliR injuries he will probably he laidt up for several days yet Estill Herald of M r Wallace is brother to postmaster a 0 Wallace There is a difference between agedt meat and old meats Aged deliciously tender and can be properly handled only bv perfect dry refrigera tin Our cooler is scientifically sweetw clean and sanitary It costs you no more to buy meaR from us than elsewhere DOUGLAS CuLTOG Telephone 125 Main street marl4 2tlT Coyle Jr was arrested and taken before the federal Commission er at Richmond Wednesday and given a preliminary hearing on tho charge ot selling liquor without a license Com missioner Bennett found evidence enouei to hold him over to the regu lar term ot court which convenes ind April His bond was pUced at 200 tnt up to the time of going to press he hInt secured a bondsman Berea NewsiFarley March are now fixed nice and neat in the Collins building over Trutclier Evans Furniture store They will be glad to have their friends call and see them All indebted to this firm will please call and settle for they a are verv much in need of money be cause of their fire losses Very respectfully feb4 8t FABLEY MABCII Arrested at Uays ferry Tevis Greene wanted on five differ ent indictments was arrested last Wednesday at Clays Ferry by Sheriff Broaddun and S P Bush and lodged in jail here Symsonia Ky March 30 1903I Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sirl would like to become your agent for the sale of your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life ot one man whom two doctors had given up to die anc there is none of your medicine nearer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as pos sible En PRAFFKN Symsonia Ky A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes sominal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and il irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in itchildrenwill be sent by mail on receipt One mall bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu St Louis Mo Send forlestlmonials Sold by a druggists 3m aytf Our 13000 Phaeton probably contains more real dollar for dollar value than anything you could select It is fitted with our guaranteed rubber tires of large size natural grain Peat trimmings rockers covered with patent leather full leather ton with Works Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors The Northwestern Life Ins Co FlUE against Geo D Whites Adtnr etc Dfts againsttheleinlhverifiedbefore thn 28th slay of February 1906 or same will he burred Cl4rob4tBonn to see The Player Maid tonight atthe Grand Opera House Recital The pupils of Madison Institute will sivea music recital in the parlors of the Institute tomorrow night Every body is invited to attend Glyndon Hotel Mock Porchawd Mr Ben Banks representing the Madison National Bank purchased 6lyndonHotel R M Pope the right place to buy Plows Hoes akes Mattocks Diamond Edge Axes Steel Ranges Stoves or all kinds Locks Hinges Nails Granite Iron Ware and Cutlery He sells the Seneca Stock and Poultry food Try it Fish tackle 204 Main street Contract Let Mr W D Oldham with his general superintendent of building Mr Sam Rice has awarded the contract for the wood work in the new store to Todd Son Mr Oldham announces that the offices and rooms in the upper story ill be ready for occupancy by July 1st New Millinery Mesdames Dickerson and Terrill have returned from Cincinnati with a full and complete line of ladies and childrens headgear They have rooms over Rice Arnolds and cordially invite their many friends to call and Inspect their stock They have only the newest and most uptodate goods hich are sure to please the most fastidious tf Another Redhtrlcter Dead The hardest congressional redistrict imt fight made during the entiresession vas on the Hubble Senate bill to trans er Casey county from the Eleventh to he Eighth district Messrs Alverson Lincoln and Embry of Boyle made hard fight for the bill but were op posed by the other Eighth district representatives The bill was defeated 47 o 33 Farmers Cub Meets iiturdiy The Madison County Farmers Club ill meet Saturday afternoon at the Court House Prof S C Mason of Berea College will lecture on The Preservation of Soil and Hon JDoodloe will exhibit apples kept outdoors all winter Mr Goodloe will explain to the public his secret for keep ug apples during the winter season The public is cordially invited to attend the meeting Gommen4able Work It is an interesting fact to know that every person indicted at the recent term of the Grand Jury two weeks ago have either been placed in jail or ere ut on bond There are only two who o not come under the above statement and they are out of the state The quick and sure work on the part ot our officials is highly commendable nd will have a strong effect in reduc ug crime in our community New L of r Lodge Edgar C Boggs of Nicholasville District Convention Deputy 8th Ky Dist Knights of Pythias was here this week looking over the ground with view of instituting a lodge here Mr Boggs believes in striking high and getting the very best material or none He has been doing a great work along this line Out of five new lodges instituted during the present Pythian term he instituted three of them Pythianism is on a big boom in Ken tucky The order is growing rapidly Brilliant Light Messrs Suit and Bratton proprietors- of tte Racket store have recently in stalled in this business hones a new gasoline Ilgbtihg system which gives a verv brilliant light Not only is store room perfectly lighted but thisI in front ol the building downtto the of this section 01 our main thoroughfare An arc light has been placed on avenue IInJronttl1f the P A C and enjoyed by the residents 01 that section To Meet Here The Grand Council of Royal Arcanum will meet at the Elks Hall in this city next Tuesday About fifty guests are expected for this affair which promIses to be one of universal interest and pleasure Our fellow townsman Mr G G Prewilt is Grand Guide for thit order in which he stands high Tues day night abanquet will be enjoyed and Hon J A Sullivan has been se lected as toast master Addresses will be made by Rev J Addison Smith Hon J Tavis Cobb and Mayor Woods Dr W A Griffith Grand Regent for the United States will be among the visitors and will install officers IIBERAUTY L XOIJRTESY During the recent fire we locked up ip our Fire and Burglar Proof Vault loul a Sail lliea Dollm worth of Notes Bond Mortgages aad Cash knowing that they were perfectly safe even if our building should burn It It is safe for our valuables would it not be safe for yoars We rent boxes perfectly private The renter has the key You should have one State Bank Bank Trust Co i 7If X r + + + r I r T B FJ II iiI If every man all about wed sell all the sold in brand are pure linen far and away the finest sold for the price Good 10 cents 6 To WHOM Tins CONCERNS As the executrix in of the estate of Barney Kelley deceas ed I hereby notify all persons having claims of indebtedness against said in estate to file same properly proven or verified on or before the 4th day of an June 1906 with me for approbation and settlement All persons indebted to Barney Kelley are requested to call and settle same with me and thereby prevent mutual annoyance I nr my representative may be found at B Kelleys shoestore on Seconds street in Richmond Ky This 8th of March 1906sMrs Mary Kelley Executrix of B Kelleys estate Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs sold by Mrs M F Arbuckle Silver Creek Madison Co Ky at S2 per setting I ot 16 eggs Eggs left with Jas Arbuckle this city will be given prompt attenticn Offered For FrobatedTho will of the late Barney Kelley waff offered for probate in the county court last Monday Tim instrument is was dated February 26 1906 and wast drawn by a D Parrish with Joe Ban croft and Dr Fred Smith as witnesses Mrs Kelley Is made executrix without bond and is given nil of pryperty with out reserve save two pieces of property which at her death will divert to his nephews and neices A New Industry tor Richmond k Richmond has a new industry in the lorm of the manufacture of cement blocks for building purposes The c blocks are the miracle building blocks protected under United Statea patents The local firm of W R Letcher and R 1C Stone has secured the right to manufacture these blocks here andc we predict for it much bucceas As to lurability these blocks out last wood and brick arid are better for building purposes than stone They maker grand looking structures when put into shape ot a house and another splendid feature is that they are fire ptoof It is wonderful to see to what extent these blocks are used in other places specially in cities We wish the new inn much success Grand Opera House Leased Bids for leasing the Grand Opera House were opened last Saturday and found that Meseera Wines and Creek more were the highest bidders their figures reaching S9810C per yenrI Tneae gentlemen are well known here and recently formed a partnership in the drug business They have for quite a while managed the sale of tickets for all the shows It is their in tention to bring only firstclass attractions here and they will by thus doing make a success of their new undertak lug The retiring managers Messers Jouett and Baxter have been warmlyI congratulated this season number of good show a they have giver the public and the Climax only voices the sentiment of the theatre going pub lie when it says let the good work goon with the new management A Letter From Squire Armer The following letter from Squire Armer will be of interest to his legion of frienditln this city and county GREENFIELD INn MAroOn 9 00 GENTLEMEN You will please send my paper to this place I have sold out all my business at Richmond Ind and am now engaged In the Real Es tate Insurance and Loan business in this city which Isa beautiful town about the also of Richmond Ky We have interurban cars every hour to In dianapolis twenty miles west Also 6steamticountynatural and a Donocratictown an hope yon are yoUwant to a farm or trade for one let me know rind Ill tied it for you on short notice With bet wishes to all aiy Kentacky rrientltlllull Very Respectfully lbM irA The Clothing That Fits After a life long experience in handling cloehing always striving to maintain the highest standard of quality we are ready to assure our customers that the Kenton brand stands un equaled for everything that goes to make up clothing excellence Fit Style Quality are combined in every garmentthe result of carefully testedmaterial d signedand finished by honest conscientious tailors of experience and skill For spring we are showing a beautiful assortment of the newest fabrics fashioned in theJlatest styles in both single and double breasted models with a range of sizes so complete and so II perfectly adapted to men of every shape ana build that it is a positive waste of time andmoney to have clothing made to measure We suggest early buying while assortments are fullest KENTON SUITS f 1250 1500 1700 1800 2000 2250 25100 OTHER SUITS 1000 800 700 500 Barkers Collars knew Collars collars RichmondOur Barkers and cA2for25cOther Collars VL saidestate max two weeks ago of the partnership the real estate and renting business we have had several calls for falmsI Anyone having farming land ranging price from S3000 to 15000 will probably he able to dispose of same at early date it placed in our hands List of property for sale by uiufWaigned will advertised withih mxtten days HACIAV k MILLER b The Play ot FlaysfNext Thursday night at the Opera house in exington the greatest play ofiplays will be produced The great emo tional actress Olga Nethersole will bt een in SaphoJ Miss Nethersole is essentially an artist and plays for arts ake She U known far wide 86 the greatest emotional actress ever seen in this country The advance snip of seats opened yesterday and promises to be one of the largest of the seasonr You should avail yourself of the oppor unity to see the great artist Determined to Stop Pistol Carrying Pope who live in Richmond and visitors to our town had better make up their mindj to leave their guns at home 8 our city court and our police have to break no pistol carrying here The law provides fora maximum penalty of a fine of a hundred Inllarst and thirtv days in the workhouse the intention of tine cltv authorities o begin to impose this maximum in very case regardless of who the ofTenb der may he Let tins warning be cient and determine now that you donut need a pistol in your pocket when you come to Richmond and thus avoid disgrace and punishment which arr sure to come to you unless you acceptI this word to the wise Madison County PioJoct of Which All Haol sonians Should Feel LIonS The Clay and Shingle industry Joa Tlungpoint to with pride This clay hasogained universal reputation at the revcent St Louis ExpUfjicioo Tbe I3hUt 01 Kentucky gold medal was awarded to he arch which was built from tintsIlay anl some material was medal over all other clays in thecUnited States The Donulsou and tiling is a product of this famoiu Madison County clay and tiifseehintrlef received second medal at tine saiiie tx positionMr who Is one of the princi pie stockholders in this company hu shown the Climax tins second medal und ive were urnIt impressed with it beautiful simplicity Ou one side if shown two fignrex one Columbia tall and stately is about to envelop the youthful maiden by berside typifying the Louisiana Territory in the flag 01l s ars and stripes thus receiving into the sisterhood or states The re verse side of the medal ihjws an ar chitectural tablet bearing an inscription giving the grade of the medal Below the tablet are two dolphins symbolizing our Eastern and boundaries and the whole is surmounted by he American Eagle It is indeed a work of art and Is justly appreciated by the Company Fiscal Court Proceedings The Fiscal Court met last Tuesday Judge N B Turpin presiding with the following magistrates present J D Dyke Alex Black Jno L Origgs M i Urougbton Pleasant Evans J S Wilson Collins Coy and James H Jones Squire M M Broughtoti offered a motion m writing to appoint a com mlttea composed of E T Fish W A Langford and Robt R Burnam to in yestigato the Fiscal Court records fur the past eight years Motion carried Oderid that an appropriation made allowing Goo Plug the sum of to build fencing on that part of S20i known as Hickory Lick road B Turpin J L Griggs anti M M Broughton was appointed to have the interior of the poor house and County Jail repaired The louuty Judge and County Clerk were arderea to borrow 37381 at five per cent interest to pay remaining claims for pike work for 1005 After the regular meeting nf tie Fin cal Court In April tine magistrates III meet every two mouths at which Urn 5 all pike work done KIIIl tneaadred UI to the Superintendent Of Pikes dnnim- mthesiztv g days previous will receive eer jtltkatWfor Mid work ad same will be allowed and paid Hwetolire tIne rpiIs irtnUM hay pftMed 01 thfttt Milrtwto a Y ari 00fer IkIIl April 411 Utl lJ i r 0 Hats Easy to pick a hat to suit your fancy here Our stock is larger than all other Richmond stores combined The new spring styles from New York and Philadelphia are ready both soft and stiff Hocks all the latest colors and shades Prices and quality garanteed lto5 COVINGTONNotice adverltille Spring l IatD t Letcher Jr biter an illness of Loco ItlofCTworeside with his daughter His were taken to Montgomery remainRI merit Mrs Lntrher ha the sympathy of her many friends in her mentIAfter a protracted Mines Mrs Louise floodIlled last week in Lexington f whero she had gone for treatment De easet1was 82 years old and her death takes away one of Richmonds oldest residents She was closely identified with the earls history of our town end tliertiful life Her remains were interred in Winchester She Is survived one danchter Mi s HTrtnce Hood in who hUM much sympathy in her be of reavenient Thomas Hendren aged seventysix years died Inat Thursday at his home in Nicholasville of paralysi He Iraves seven children John Hendren of unit ounty William of Minneapolis Mrsc O F Jackson of New York City Emw mett Hendren of Minneapolis Clyde Carl and Miss Nellie Hendren of Nicholasville The funeral services ere heM Friday and the interment place in tine Lexington cemetery M Hendren was one of the best fenown citizens in the county lie was native of Madison cnnnlv hut has 50 een livinir in Nicholasville for the past it twentyfive years Mrs Ann Tinmas aged seventy four years died Monday afternoon at ier residence on South Main streetafter ii illness of several months Mrsn Thomas was the widow of tine late ator J M Thomas and was a most es liable Christian woman Sine was n member of the Christian Church ol hich her husband was for ninny years n elder arid active worker Mrsbhomas wns a charitable woman Hbersllv of her means to the relief f the tonr and distressed She is sur ivei by four children two eons and two danirhteiR W IL Thomas and Thomas of Ford Ky and Mrs Ireland and Mrs T E Moore Jr oth of this cityParis Kentuckian itizen Little Love Stories William Durham and Miss CarolineA Parrish were united in Thursday at the residence of Mr James Pitrrish near Union City on Thursday afternoon a very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of the brides father Mr W H Elliott when Mr Colemau Boain and MM Elliott were united in holy wed ock by Rev Milton Elliott Uncle of he bride Miss Sophia Boain a sister if the groom and Mr Oscar Garrett one of Irvines mot popular beaux were the attendants sohneiigrmmiet bridiil march was riallie McAfee a cousin of the bride Many beautiful and useful pr ents were presented to the young c nple bv friends Thev will leave the first of April for Day on Ohio where they will reside Estill Herald Mr Boain is n iiephew of Mr RL Gentry of turn city and is a young man of excellent character and high morals and business sagacity The Cllmai extends heirty ttmrrntulatiouB to tine happy young couple Estill Rebexah Lclce Instituted at Irvine The EstlllHerald in speaking of the relent institution oi a Rebekah Lodge in Irvine says On Thursday morning a team from Million Rebekah Lodge of Richmond came here for the purpose of institut ing a lodge Those composing the team were MeHdames B Jouett S P Rnpp K D Parish MattinBdxterGeo Engljah Ruby Siiiman lieu Bennett Sara JoiieH K E Adams A I Million Wra SniMi Misses Dora Nefl Bernice Taylor Mary Adams Mayme Bol too Nannie Booilinot Mary M Atlams llayme Ciuipboll Belle Million Messrs Aucnt t Platitier SP Ropp H Jouett Jas BronSon Dr J G Soiley The degree work was under the di rection of Mrs JouettDitmtnict Deputy and IrBt leyCapiUii of the visiting team which th reputation of be mug the best trained teaui in state The newly initiated members wel highly pleased vith their experience and we expect xealteiit rtlir- ernth4I4wl44Je mn IIc r aEatont Starve or Dirt but Use Mi ona and tore Your Stomach Troubles The average treatment ot stomach trouble consists of a rigid diet list patienti areIlowiic the Mioiia treatment hut in ordinary cases of stoma h troubles its nut necessary to starve or rust if Mio na is faihfnllv used a tablet be ore each meal Thilllcirntifir remedy for the cure of stomiich troubles acts upon the whole dijrestfve sy tem and strnghens the organ so that they ae aide to digest nny frod that is eatmn without fear istrsss II you suffer from loss nl ap petite belching of gases sour taste in he inonli furred tongue severe pains the region of the stomach depressionl spirits bad dreams lack stomach cough offensive breath iieitdBaches loss of strength ad weight nan be assured that these troubles are all due to imperfect digestion Strengthen the stomach by taking a Miona tablet before each meal amidi you will gain in weight stren ill return and your food will give nourishment so that the rich red blood will carry good health to every part ol th pBdence nth noBer of Mioha to cure stonwrh troubles and resulting ills that he gives a cuarantee with every cent box to refund the money unless cures You absolutely demand that the kitchen and the pantry be perfectly clean Whai matters it whether they e clean or tint if your meats come from market that is not clean Be con sistent Ijottglas Cultons white market is scientifically sweet clean nd sanitary It costs you no more to uy meats there than elsewhere Tel ephone 125 Main street marU 2t PEkSOrAL Dr C R Holtou was in Lexington last week Miss Anne DeJhrnutte is visiting in Lexington Mrs R E Mitchell is visiting Mrs D Underwood at Corbin Miss lnnimi KnnfTman of Lancaster s visiting Miss VanGaeenleaf Mrs Herbert Scrivnerof Winchester has been visiting relatives here Miss Nettle Scrivner of Winchester iss been visiting relatives here Mrs Jonah Wagers of KstUl coun ty has Ueeii in the city with relatives The Cecilian Club will meet this af ternoon with Miss Katherine Walker Miss Doyle hotelier of Danville has been the guest of Miss Bettie Taylor Mrs Nnnnie Martin of Corbin is visiting her sister Miss Maggie MitchellMr Grinstead who travels for a prominent shoe factory was here last week Misses Kathleen Poyntz and Bottle Owens have gone to Florida for a months stay Mrs Chits Jacobs of Somerset is the pjeasa t guest of her daughter Mrs Hines GrIder Miss Lucy Lackey left yesterday for a three weeks stay at MU Jackson Sanitarium Indianapolis Miss Lula Wtst of Nicholasville has been the pleasant guest of her cousin Hios Gladys Perry Mr J S Johnson of Lancaster was the guest lust Thursday and Fri day of Mr and Mrs Will Arnold Mrs Cumin C Smith has gone to spend a mouth with her daughter Mrs JM Kenton in Winchester Miss Marguerite Dykes returned SiturHay fruin a visit to her sister Mrs llnrtuv N ppert In Cincinnati Miss Florence Ckenault Who has been spending month in New York with frieads is expected tome tklt eveok sMr Frwik Ed warts Ian return i kt r k hi LniahaMu u 5 TT r fter a pleasant visit to Mrs Henry ames Miss Bettie Taylor entertained the five hundred club last Saturday afternoon in honor nf hea guest Miss Letcher of Danville Mr and Mrs J C Gilbert who have been living at London have removed to the Gilbert farm near Speedwell this countyIMr and Mrs T D Chenanlt and Miss Eleanor are expected home this week from Florida where they have been spending the winter Mrs Ida Park Durham and Miss Katherine Park of Estill County who have been visiting relatives and frinnds in this county spent Friday with Mrs Neale Bennett Mr Overstreet and sister and Miss Hallie Benson of lexington Mr toye Anderson and Mr Walter owde of Yarnall ton Ky and Mr ert McGuire were guests of Miss Fannie Gunn at Cleveland last week Mrs E F Galbraith of Jacsson tonigbtinthis city who is visiting her Mrs Galbraith was fermerly Miss Earle Obenaiilt one of Richmonds most young ladies Mr Richmond Bohannon has ac cepted a position with the L Ant Richmond Mrs Richard Bohan non and Miss May me have returned from a visit to Mrs Robert Terrill at Richmond fir R A Woollums of SolicitingAgent duringMrThe regular weekly cotillion was i for and easy rfor older feet A r danced Friday night at the Masonic Temple under the direction of Profes sor Mueller About twentytwo couples were on the floor and some pretty and pleasing figures were danced Mueller announces that he has some surprises in store for Friday night when the fourth of novel figures and would be glad to see a large crowd out Capt and Mrs II C enter tamed with an elegant dining last Tuesday in honor of their 50th wed dinganniversary which dny was al so the 72nd anniversary of Mr lIar gis The table appointments were beautiful the color scheme being pink and white carnations forming the principal decorations The menu was elaborate and prepared in a way as only such a splendid cook as Mrs Hargis knows how to serve The table fairly groaned under its load of good Mrs Hargis was assist ted by Mrs May Oldham and the Misses Varford Those who partook of the hospitality were Mr and Mrs Wm Minter Mrs Silas Mr and Mrs W II Miller Mr and S Q Royce Mr anl Mrs Ed Million Dr II G Sandlin Dr J M Mr B W Turner Mrs Alcne Mrs J H NelT Mrs May Cldhsm Mrs Tom Coving ton Mrs S A Deatherage Mrs N J Mrs Daly and son James Misses Adelaide Oldham and Janie Mr Jas Minter Mrs Etta Stephens Teaiitt of Winchester and Mr and Mrs Howard Edwards of Paris The Climax joins in with others in wishing this venerable couple many returns of this happy day mffi m 71NI DONT MISS OUR 5 SPRING OPENING OF EXCLUSIVE FABRICS for Mens MadetoMeasure They are now ready for your inspec tion and youll find that they express all thats most fashionably correct in pattern and shade The new designs are beautifully 71 illustrated by a complete setof handsome fashion plates specially prepared by the celebrated New York customtailors BSTERN SON ExClUSIVE CUSTOM TAILORS 1 NEW YORK for whom we are agents here i The fabrics for Suits Top Coats apd Trousers are the latest productions of we i1 n 0- F M new ellects in gray worsteds and dIS tinguished patterns in mixed cheviots tweeds and cassimeres w Walk= t For Springit 4suit Ait t young fellows broad 11lasts i 1themttb Professor givenHo Hargls things delightful Minter Morgan Boggs Durham Royce CLOTHES millsfine4s BANKS A Reputation How It Was Hade and Retained A good reputation is not easily earned and it was only by hardcon sistent work among our citizens that Doans Kidney Pills won their way to the proud distinction attained in this locality The public endorse mont of scores has rendered Invaluaible service to the community John Black residing at the corner SterlingKya good medicine and I have no hesitation in saying that if anyone who may be suffering with any of the com plaints for whicn they are recommended will give them a good fair trial they will be benofitted For I some years I was subject to attacks of rheumatism or lumbago in my hips legs and in my shoulders At times the pain would be so severe in these parti that I could scarcely be able to get around and tbere was also a difficulty with the kidney se cretions which was an almost con stant irritation Hearing of Doans Kidney Pills I procured a box and although I did not give them a fair trial noi taking them as regularlyas the directions calico for I can from the good effects I noticed say that I think highlyof the merits of this remedy Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Callat B L Middletons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale by Price Mte FostorMilburn Co Remember the name Doans and take no ether Sold by B L Mid dleton vx y r It will give us pleasure to show you our complete assortment and K ji l aIweprecisely as you want them that equal in every respect the creations of th most expensive customtailors and that cost only about half as much Rice and Arnold ii i The One P1lceHol1sel + ++ +7I7I7fi +++ iI3F+ 1- Ii e itiI J L Let South Bend and Syra- cusePLOWS 4 Turn the Earth CIE1 Douglas Co 1 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 roiling and Sheet Zinc Nails Wire Fencing and Supplies Poultry Netting Bale Ties Horse Shoes Horse Nails Toe Calks Carriage and Wagon HardwareWagon Wood Work Stove Stove Trimmings Tinware Granite Ware Enameled Ware Copper Ware Kitchen lIUtensils Grates Fire Goods Household Supplies Wooden Ware Sewing Machines and Supplies Guns Rifles Sporting Goods Ammunition Wood Mantles Cutlery Silverware 71 Main Street Richmond Ky toiie I italic Rilroil DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For VersalllesLawrenceburg Shel LoulsvUle Lex ngton135pm and Cincinnati For Irvine and Beattyrllle 8t5 am For Irvine and Beatty vllle 1125 am TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and t15am 1IhlmCincinnati From Beittyvllie and Irvine 130 p m From Beattyville and Irvine 635pm- ILR M1TIIGFPAVersaUIe Ky RA Woolul1s OfficeOIyidOfl Hotel Slehmod KT L1 S N1 Ton Talk Ar No3 CthcinntI and Knox Lv south bound 125 pm 1541 p ni vllle Ezes No 2 Knoxville Cinnati north bound 200 pm Ii56 p m Express No Knoxville Cinnati north bound 410 am405 a m Express No Knoxville Clnnat UiMpm Express south bound 1159 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays 610 a m ville Accm north bound 810 a m I No Stanford and Mays south bound 720 pm 771 p m vtlle Accm No 25 Richmond to Ml Vernou Accm south bound 915 am No 29 and Sid am Sanfordexp8OUth 1150 pm 350 p m No 30 north bound 3cOpm Henderson Route Fullmin clePS tree Reclining UWr tars Special Roundtrip HomeReekere Rales to sjuihwest and west first and third Tuesdays in Fehruary and March 1906 special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas and New Mexico on sale daily until April 30th Limit to re turn May 31 190- 0Secondclans Colonist Rates to South west Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays 01 February and March 1906 Second class Colonist Rates to Cali fornia and northwest Tickets on sale daily Feb 15th to April 7th 1900 Ask us for rates L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent J H GALLAGHER ==Travelinc Passenger Agent KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew PriceF100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK alA hv B 0 Htookton I THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO I TRANSIT COMPANY CONNECTING CLEVELAND rand BUFFALO WHILE YOU SLEEP i TKENEW STEAMEM CITY OF BUFFALO CITY OF ERIE Both together brine without doubt U aUIrespects the finest and futest that are in the intend of the trading public in Untied States TIME CARDDAILY INCLUDING UNDAT Cleveland 8 pi Buffalo 630 am Buffalo 8 pm Cleveland 630 in TANDARO TIME ORCHCaTRA ACCOMPANIES STEAMER Connection made at Buffalo with trains for all Eastern and Candia points at Clereland for Toledo Detroit cud Writ and Southwest Tkketi malax tr LS fttLS Rr will U occtrUa a Ula Ceatptari Stiantn wlthMt extra dart Special Low Rate Cleveland to Buffalo and Niagara Falls every Saturday Night also Buffalo to Cleveland Ask Ticket Agenta for tickets via CB Une Send four centa for illustrated pamphlet W F HERMAN 6 P ClmlidOUi Cattle Wanted We have on band abount 1200 shocks of fodder and want 50 or 100 cattle to feed Potts Uuerson- Hjantf White Station Ky Skepticism is always searching for truth even shaking ud old faiths to see how much is hidden there II No M II II GrayiiiiiTI1Its I I GAS STOVE later I Light Co leg Grand display of Gas Cooking StRanges 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 rLikewise domestic work is rendered lighter by having Water in the kitchen See us at once for terns etc RICHMOND WATER LIGHT CO We are Bound to keep Your Trade 1Theadvance business for fall has begun LF lThe opportunity for special bargains and L 4 nice selections from new stock is now yours Furniture Carpets and j Mattingstl r and if the goods suit we make the price suit I a W S OLDHAM RICHMOND KY wmrWl i 11 a Y IUp LJLr 7Jp We Wont to talk to you about Spring Good- sEVERYTHING IK i NEW I Our sale just ended has been decidedly the j best in our historymuch beyond our expecta 7li tionsand has left comparatively littleold a goods on our hands Our stock is as bright and W J til Co clean as a r NEWC DOLLARWe are daily filling our shelves with every V thing new in Spring Goods Orders for the Jl greater part of these goods were placed in the early fall and before the high prices in cottonI I were reached thus enabling us to offer them at j prices much below our competitors I DONT FORGET the new addition building permits our handling much larger stocks and gives more ample space to display our goods No one can show larger and more up to date assortments of merchan dise than we have to offer yo- uOur earpet and Lace Gurtafn Department We are especially proud of the new Carpet and Lace Curtain Depart ment in our basement and wish to extend to the ladies a special invita tion to visit it Those who have seen it are lavish in their praise and say that for quality beauty and cheapness it has never been equaled in this city We have already doubled our Clothingspaee and our new stock for spring which has already arrived is fully double what we have ever be fore shown and because of the quantity boughtw- we are able to offer the same quality fur less money We have the new styles fI1906 We also represent one of the best tailoring estab lishments in the country and will take your measure and guarantee a fit SHOE1 DEPARTMENT 4- I We have just received our new line of Shoes and Oxfords for men ladies and children in lall the new and up to date lasts for spring Our s prides are as reasonable ever notwithstanding the high price of leather as these goods were bought early and before the big advance and a i2 we will not raise our prices until we have to pay higher for loodsJf Give us a call before buyingyour R spring outfit t Remember our i 1 mott IThe highest goods for thef lowest price f J f 7 1 i f Yours Very Respectiully 7 4 ARIflfLNURLI 11111 T- n5is IH I T STREE T RICHMOND KENTUCKY fE fi k tE ifN j A FOOLISH PLAN I arTiBecause I rout indigestion with August Flower I Constipation the result of indigestionJbiliousness loss seUpoisomnJtanenus emaciation uric of the system catarrhal inflammation ofthe in canal and numerous other ail JfdoC Im bound in the bowels is a com =mon expression of peopie who look misLerable and are miserableyet who in letting nature take its course What a olish plan when nature could be aided the uae of Greens August Flower which is natures own remedy for constipation and all stomach ills fAugust Flower gives new life to the liver insures healthy stools qrwo sizes loSe and 750 All druggiiU For sale nt Stocktons Drug Store CZAR FEARS POISON TASTING SQUAD PABTLY ELIM INATE DBEADi Head Chef at Salary of 50000 Sees to It That Possible DeadlinesS IdRFood Is Tried on Servants Before Nicholas1 Turn St Petersburg Although Czar Nicholas partakes of an extraordinarily extensive menu and expends enor mous sums to procure it he also secures himself from sudden death from Ingredients which so many of his faithful subjects would like to enter Into the imperial bill of fare Eugene Kratz head chef of the pal ace ranks as a general in the Russian army His salary is about 50000 a year Ha rules all the imperial kItch- ens About the only time Kratz does manual work Is when the czars I1ppClI tite becomes jiasse and he tv something new to eatIThen Kratz goes to kitchen and thinks and experiments mixes stews bakes things which no cook book ever thought ofuntil he finally satisfies himself that he has got something that will hit Nicholas just right- But he doesnt call Nicholas in and say Try a spoonful of this Im sure you will like It The imperial tasters are ordered to the front First comO the tinder cheM Each gets a taste As to whether of not they really approve from a gas tronomic standpointaccording td Victor Hurtzler who served two year in the winter palace kitchen and who is now chef of a San Francisco hotel that does not matter The idea is to see if any of these under chefs drops dead or falls into convulsionsa sort of trying it on the dog Then the underunder chefs get into the tasting line and next a major of the army No fatal or serious results following then is to the czar a dish that fits a king and would kill a peasant The czar frequently submits a mentfor the day and when It Is under prei aratiou 300 men are hustling In the kitchen enveloped in delicate Vapors The breakfasts vary much but caviar ahd pate do fols gras are rievef absent The czar eats breakfast at eight oclock At 11 he is ready td eat again This time it Is salads soups cold meats Ices and desserts That seems pretty heavy eating al ready but the fiveoclock dinner is the real thing The cooks have been steaming over it all day The major on duty partakes of every dish after which it is placed in an elevator having a closed shaft Everything in readiness the major enters the elevator is locked in and the dinner and thd majOr are lifted directly to the diningroom into tho presence of the tzar The major again goes through the tasting performance and nothing hap pening to him the Imperial family sits down to the dinner This diningroom Is made of cast irou and sealed between meats like a bank vault It is entirely bombproof The czar starts in on dinner with a number of appetizers then bortsch soup hot and cold meats half a dozen entrees hot and cold fowls many dif ferent vegetables puddings ices cakes wine tea and vodka The number of courses is always the same Nicholas never misses one of them However he seldom eats between meals TWO STRIPED BASS PERISH The New York Aquarium Loses Some of Its Oldest and Most Valu able Inhabitants It 4New YorkThe New York Aquarium- S lost one of its notable collection of striped bass the other day This fish had not been ill and its death is attrib uted to shock from fright all captive a fishes being very sensitive This striped bass was one of 45 placed K In the pool on May 14 1594 It had therefore survived In captivity upward of 112 years When brought in it was about ten inches in length and weighed p about half a pound At its death it measured 29 Inches In length and 33 inches in width of body and it weighed 104 pounds It 11 was in fair condition but not fat A striped bass of these dimensions and fat would weigh about 15 pounds Another bass out of this lot one of about the same size died in December these two being the only fishes that have been lost outOf the pool in a year Twen tyfour of thfl original lot of 55 sun re lit main Of those that have died tho greater number were lost within the first two 3 ears Of the survivors the largest is now ape proximately 34 inches in length and it E would weigh probably 25 pounds The aquariums striped bass have been viewed with interest and admiration by IE millions of visitors Medals for Russians Medals for all those who participated in the warwith Japan have been ordered according to an imperial Russian re script published in the Russki Invalid of St Petersburg Those who defended It Port Arthur are singled out for special distinction They will be given asllver medal and light bronze medals will be bestowed on those who were engaged in ftbattles on land or sea The soldiers who e were not under fire will recelvsdsrk bronze medals Antiquity of Cinematograph In a lecture before the Society of Arts I London Martin Duncan stated that the cinematograph may be traced back to ISO A D from a document la the Bod leian library at Oxford W4NLED Retail clothing hat tboe and iurnfcfljng KOO B ea1ee wen Only If competent Med apply State age WatktcL 7m JM Jf i lrhTit D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEERJND REAL ESTATEAGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteedc RICHMOND KY L 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery R MILLER ArroasaTATLAw- RicuxoND KMTUCITJ- Offlce n the Burnam Building next door to inera National Bank feb3ly A SCTLLtV Arr0RNEYLTLAWs RICHMOND KENTUCKY over State Bank Trust Co op site Court House on Main Streeti EWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY JJGREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Offlce over CA Taylors hard ware store opposite Court House Dr G G PerryP- hysician and Surgeon Honrs81d to U m Ito4prt Office wllh Dr dales over tilee it Arfl ta esTele 525 fifcrfMONr KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PHONE 4 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Marshall K Denny Dentist Office over State Bank Trust Co Telephone 298 RICHMOND KY svM Blanton DENTIST 43Offlce in Bennett Building anhy TELEPHONE US RE MOST REFRESHING DRINK Iff THE WORLD cca At all Saloons Groceries Cafes and Stands 5ca Bottle Newby Carriage Works- A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in line We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky A FAMILIAR FAGg The likeness ot DR WB CALDWBLI appears on 4everypackaze ot rEthr1 Galdwells SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Conttlpa Lion Biliousness Sour Stomach Headache and Ferns Caused by Dowel and Stomach die orders Every genuine package Is dlstlnirulslled by this trade mark Your druggist will be glad to sell you ether the We or 100 alas Sold by Perry Thomas A girl is never satisflVrl wi h her newest dress until she discovers that her worst sirl friend doesnt like it Gallops for aid When your stomach is all upset your liver in bad shnpe your bowels out of whack your head like to split and every nerve in your body on edge Ur Caldwehs Syrup Pepsin eallops for aid and you get It It clears out your pnisoned system brings fresh clean blondsupply to all your iiiges tive argans and restores to ion tnat comfortable feeling of perftci Health Sold by Perry Thomas nt 60c and 100 Money back if it fails The reason it takes two women so long to say goodbye is that they are both determined to have the last word Orders Disobeyed The orders of General Health have been dlsopevad when you feel under the weather weak tired II ri able and suffer from headach comttpt tion biliousness etc The only sure safe and permanent cure for thit condision is Dr laxHtiv Syrup Pepsin It has a trentl action all its own superior to sun of pills powders and cartharid waters Try it Sold by Perry Thomas at bOo and 100 Money back if it fails We are born into a world of natural enemies All nature takes a crack at us and finally we croak Death Rate in NewYork and Chicago During November and December 1903 one fifth of th deaths in New York and Chicago were from pneu monla Foleys Honey and Ttlr not onlystops the cough but heal and strengthens the lungs and prevents pneumonia so do not thke IflCtI- aon cold wearing away when FlyV Honey and Tar wilt cure you fjuiikh and prevents serious results by 1L C Stockton III nature aLd warts glow on u much against our wilt but they ran be cared Torture By Savages Sperking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Phil 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have a large assortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call and inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaranteed Golden Flora East Main Street Louisville and- Nashville R R is prepared to quote you rates to Any Point sell through tickets and check spaceOnewayExcnrson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets on Sale front Time to Time Through Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Elec tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAn A TRIP Consult your Local Agnt who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller PEFFER5 iNERVICOR RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY Iumental n4 nerve forre men of azflbltlotl enrsitnpersonal mignctum t the true type of perfect manhood To thii the flrat requisite Is good health Sirys which tTe capacity tor phntCllll meat developmentand maka life worth 14yiCuresrail Prottratlon SlsIpIUnu and other troublesdt to over work amoklnir drug and other cause Vakei healthy blood and repairs waSted aorTas Equally rood for women BootIe tree Irtce 8100 a baT lto poetaid irtUt a palr ante to rotund 1 beneOted PCrrER ASSOCIATION CHICAGO For sale by E C Wines rkot Cincisaati Km The Midland Route LOCAL TIME TABLE CENTRAL B B POINTS SOOpI 6 20aL Frankfort All 25 at7 20 2 t7 P 7 alA Georgetown A 9 40 6 21S 15 p 7 50 P rii- Winchester L 8S0a542l Slip 42 a A L 7Wa245 4 15 p 9 50 a A Maysfllle L 5 48 a 151 sop 821u Cynthlana I 5 21 7 20 L 720 a 651 800 p103JatClncnnitl L 265i HAYSIP A tattle Wanted We have on hand about 1200 shock of fodder and want 50 or 100 cattle t feed Potts Ducrson l7jan tf Whites Station Ky Notes For Sale I will have for sale for the next thre or four months a supply of Rood won mules and desire to inform all wh may wish to purchase firstclass stool to call on or write the undersigned Have twenty head of mules on bane at this time R A COSBY decl73m Red House Ky IL Sold hy Perry Thomas To Make the H- omWarm a- ndHappy the new year prosper ous and bright 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