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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1i I I I THE RICHMOND CLIMAXjr= wr l p OLUME32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY EENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 2L 1906 c NUMBER 43 Our Spring Showing of House Furnishings is out of the ordinary Newness and originality ot design pattern and finish r prominent features We believe we have gotten together s mist corn ilete stock of good things inFnrnitUJe Carpets inperies Wall Himrmgs and Art goods we have ever i vn We know its the largest In no instance has the quality hen sacrificed for price If for genuine VALUES we dont believe our line can be t tenWe strongly urge you to look over showing and to get priivs before placing any orders 2 UUU 1 9 Greatest Bargains f fEver Offered va Can now be found on our Ten Cent Counter Inote a few of the bargains and call and jjftvV 4 quart enamel covered sauce pans lOc fy 3 4 quart enamel pudding pans lOc jjj 12 12 inch enamel wash pa a ICc o 9 inch glass berry bowl JOc 4f ui Glass sugar bowls lOc V Glass buistands tocCI 1cThese are only a few of thc great bargains ifon Cent Counter and should you fail to take advantl OlC3 quoted here you will be the looser J V Our other stock is complete with prices that m will make you smile jj I The Racket Store East Main Street ilJ + le l tt He Saw Himself The Ground Hog came out and saw himself and at last has almost lived out his forty days You have only a few me days to remain in doors and had you not better put in its time completing your spring wardrobe Our Wash Goods zpartnent is brim full of handsome patterns Our line of s an J Spring Dress Goods cannot be surpassed in the city ii andsee what we have to offer you before making your ection White Gibson Iain Street Richmond Kentucky Oliver Chilled Plows j3w is the time Get your plow eady dont lose a day It will urn over soil that has never been leached before Come and see us ve will tell you all about it B ShacMford Co T NAME IS TtiliRMAN OnSausage Row And Buys iRIED JOT lifE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste 1 he action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish mentthe kind of nourishment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will send you a sample free Bcturt that this picture In the form cl a label U on the vttfftt youbuTSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St NY 5OcanII alidruggists WACO Rev EO Bock went to Cynthiana Saturday to fill his regular appoint silent Mr John Combs has returned from Florida Mr O P Walker of Jjonilon Kv was the ereet of Mr Will Taylors family Thursday- Mr G W Weher wife and non Charles have returned from Florida where they have been for the past three months Mm Genree Taylor anti Miss Lena will leave Fiiday for Lancaster where they will remain until Monday Mr Hogan Miller has accepted po sition as clerk with Mr Hugh Collier of RichmondMr Thorpe celebrated his twentieth birthday last Tuesday even lug Several of his friends were present and all wont away wishing him many returns of the happy day Orders Disobeyed The orders of General Health have been disopeyad when you feel under tho weather weak tired irritable and suffer from headach constipa tion biliousness etc The only sure safe and permanent cure for this nondision is Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It has a gentle action Its own superior to tha of pills powders and earth nrid waters Try it Sold by Perry Thomas at 60c and 100 Money back if it fails OONWAT The residence of Mr Chris AVoods was destroyed by fire on the 6th inst No Insurance Mr Woods and family have the sympathy of the entire com munitv He began to rebuild the next dav after the fire The Cranon Smith poke factory is now operating nicely and is turning out about two thousand spokes per day Mr and Mrs Jas Woods went to Richmond Snirrtay with Charley Che aaulttn make a visit to the flatters fatherMr W L Simmons of Richmond Is making arrangements to move to this place with his family He says he foils here a good appetite andsound and undisturbed sleep and life is rorth living He says there is no water on earth equal to the Conway Lithea water He wants to in drier some one to erect a hotel here so that miTering humanity can come to a place where a restoration to health js 4lmn t f sure thing Mj53 Katie Miller of Waco i teach R i eui inpiiuii ucnool hele and hearth with Uncle Rupert All of the patrons are well pleased with Miss Miller as a teacher but their admiration Is not to he compared with certain mountain laddies who are now electioneering fr- tier for the fall school Si Plunkard a four act comedy drama which Mr J C Lewis is starring in is a story of good plain country folks whose home is all but broken up by a villainous man of the worldSi Piniikardis the knd ot play tliat ap penis to all classe a good rural comedy is alwaye enjoyable and we seldom tire of seeing them especially when the picture is drawn true to life as Si PJunkard is You will have the op portuiiity to witness this most inteiest jug play next Wednesday March 21st at time Grand Prices 25 35 50 75 cents A mean man can always get the bulge on his heirs by paying 5000 for a monument in the cemetery while be layet alive You can most always tell who has been this way while saunter ing through the cities of the dead Now is the Time to leave orders for eggs for setting Or der early and you wont have to wait when your hens have gone to setting I have the White Plymouth Rocks FIshels Strain and they have made the worlds record on laying They grow faster and are hetl hteri Egge 100 per J5 A good hat eh gnaraateed- QD MILLER JHtmii II Yjv o Debugs of TneXtntecky LtfbUlnrs The house passed the Rpqale bill in creasing the salaries of the State Rail n a Commissioners to 53000 and the Cl airmans Salary to 3000 The House passed the ennte bill permitting the pooling of crops This bill Is designed to aid the growers of dark tobacco in their light agaist the trust Last Thursday the Cam macklied wine County Unit Local Option Bill with the China amendment passed by almost unanimous majority there be ing only three dissenting votes VThe bill introduced liy Representa tire Miller of Madison requiring all insurance compainies doing htiHinet within the state to furnUh a propel accounting and which was so bitterly fought by the insurance lobby passed the House Thursday last without a dissenting vote vUnder an act jut passed by the Lower Hmse savings bunks and trust companies in Louisville will do a gen eral banking business RUTIITOY MrsEmiline Azbill who has been vis ting her sster Mrs C M Cruse left for Danville III last Friday Mr and Mrs William King are re joicing over the arrival of a new daughterMr Singer sold his tobacco crop today to G P Simmons for seven dollars and a half per hundred We regret to say that Mr Clinton Griggs is seriously ill Miss Julia Cruse of Calpast wnp the charming guest of her roiiiis Misses Nannie and Nora Cruse Saturday and SundayMr Moberly who bus been ill at the home of her dauuihi er Mrs As wick is convalescing- Mr C M Uru e itijund hi side by a tall last week and is on the sick list A healthy nan is a king in his own righ an unhealthy man is tin unhappy slay liurdork lilood hit erf builds up sound lieallli keeps you nrvli Jjj Dr C C Green rir alert atlenUOII to CTa for years We to those colds or tung or have told thesis if did any benefit after use of size of German Syrup to consult their did not or them to a of u is the case in of remedies Our in German it for us to the ex of 35 years that one ccnt will lieve o the s or even in bad owes one of German Syrup will work fNew trial alec MM 6 lt II o 7 PAINT LICK Rev F M Tinder the pastor of Christian Church a fine ser mon at Hall night His was Character and Rtphta tion It was ably handled and should have been heard by man in tle community We hope Broth r will come again Rev N ill sly the missionniy from Mexico and with whom Mion Fannie made her delivered a flue lecture at New Hope Church last Sabbath He was the guest of Mr and Mrs Wm Wallnc Salem Wallace of Lexington owl Mr C P were also their guest from Saturday until Tuesday Misses Jennie Parks and Fran cis visited Mr J B fratim tor a daysMrs Ann Robinson of Lancaster visited mother Mrs E J Wallace who on the 24ih of February Will 93 years old Mrs Woods of tstaiiord is visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Wallace Mi8 Tribble of Shelby vllle who lieeti visiting sister Mrs Will Kizpatiicfcf will return to her home this wek accompanied by Mrp Fiizpatrick Mrs R E Sauce Is her mother Mrs E H Ballard in Stanford Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford is el arming guest of her stint Mrs William Wallace Mr KrueMt Woods has gone to Hot Spring A kau ns Mr iarnett Kemper cashier of the Blink has organized a bank in Lancaster We wish it mud tobHPco king Mr R N Renzly is stilt receiving and shipping tobacco tie to two carloads a day stud ship more if be get CHIli When a man iseo rich lie doesnt know what to do with his money he either a miser stud liiiiirs oil to every cent like grim ii Mth or boa souse iiit HS a iliilnntliniit and makes a fo Its evoii up in the woist KafuuoStriis Co Here are the New Spring Suits Jackets Shirtsand Waists VISIT THEM We are ready our garment department for the most critical of our customers Never have the Spring Garments been more captivating best of allnever more pleas antly priced All ready we repeat and were jis proud of the display of new thing as you will be of any or every garment you will buy of us and you will buyf- or no matter what you youll find it herefind it in jour sizeas they are exeedingly graceful and btcoming Of course have a wide and diversified assemblage The Walking Skirts are strikingly temptingloose and flowing and more beautiful than we have ever shown The Waists are simply beautifulEton and Poney Suits are the vogue this yeardemand ed fashion authorities Its a kind decree as they are a relief after the season of longcoated suits We are never too hurried to show you all wish to seeto answer all your questions the fact that you come and look and examine price does not make it necessary for you purchase the earlier you will come the better pleased you will be Central Kentuckys Great Department Store 1 i2and w West Main St Lexington Ky STRANGE ADVICE hUgreatbuinaniUnau contract our Almanac many have given tmu3Ual advice afflicted throat troubles consumption We they not special the one 75cent bottle doctor CWe ask them urge use large number bottles the advertising many other confidence Syrup makes possible by perience over German Syrup speedilyre cure Worst bronchial lungtroublesandthnt bottle wonders bOttles 2Scirei 17scAta11 duiggiMI ltckai 4e1d S4ore the preached FIslis last Rtiblecr every young Tinder Prp Tampico Wallace home Hiirnics Annie lew her Adnlia Mattie lisa her visiting the Peoples new btiessOir ships fromone could could the that becomes Itt himself which in and want we any by you and to large SILVER CREEK Miss Lena Hendrix of Kirksville and Miss Mildred Burton spent Satur day and Sunday with Miss Sallie Meeki Miss Lucy iGrlzznrd spout Saturday antI Sunday with relatives at Red House Pap Meeks had a very fino horse to die Friday Mrs Maurice Burton ot Richmond has been visiting her mother and biother here Mrs A R Burton is on the sick list Mr Charlie Monks has just recovered from a serious attack ot lagrippe and his many friends congratulate him on such speHly recovery The farmers of Silver Creek are ex peeling fine tobacco crops thIs year Slews B L Adams J H Grider IL Strauss and Pap Meeks have a gnome ol pedro from 7 to 10 every night Hits Sallie Meeks enteitained at pedro Sal in any night The deputies of Richmond are here arresting the crap shocters They are loo numerous to mention When the price of wheat went down toGO cents a bushel I argued thatthere was something mighty wrong with this country Wheu the price Jumped to 120 I was honest enough to argwl that Lwasafooiorgofngoitot wheat lund inly k4J frpplw i t 1 L 11 RED STREAM IN CAVERN Mysterious Cave in British Columbia Which Was Two WomenIDaring the tives and braving the uangers of an unexplored cavern at Ross peak Brit isti Columbia two Philadelphia women Miss Elizabeth Wain vaux a daughter of the lato Mayor Vaux and Mrs Charles Schaffer had an exciting experience lately The result of their courage is a more extended knowhlge of the depths of the recess In the rocks which Is known locally as Dutchmans cave says the Philadel phia Bulletin One 01 the mot won derful things they saw was a stream which had the appearance of oood In the dim light of the candles whirh they carried the women were uabla to determine If the water Itself were colored or the red effect was given by It flowing over a deep red rock base The trip was fraught with many dangers None of the natives ever yen tures more than a hundred feet from the mouth of lja cave It is their belie that the j ce is Inhabited by ogres and crcs ires of magic power The tales on whetted the desire of the two Quake City visitors to pene trate the depths of the rocks so they secured large n dles to light the way Into the unk own galleries No one would accom them but It was arranged that If ily did notr turn hat night a searching party was to be sent for themIAfter making their way along a nar row ledge for rlout a hundred yards from the mouth of the cavern the ex plorers found themselves In a large grotto the roof hung with beautiful stalactites vhKh glittered In the flickering light of time candles which gave the seen a welrd aspect fhe floor was covecd with a veritable for est of stalagirtes that arose like gi gantic columns many of them Joining the stalactites It was throh this caver that the bloodred stream runs The ladles walked along the edge of the water until It narrowed so that they could sranely squere through At the other end Wtt another cavern larer and more msiIScent thin the first- Thllir candles Vre burning low by this time and they had to hurry back to the entrant Vie last candle sput tern out Just as they reached the b plmInij of the inline leading to the enrnce Tho last stage of the trip wj mxde in ttal darkness but th venturesome t jrlsts reahed theht sfp world ai1y and astonished tne natives with accounts of what they had seenIOUR FIRST GREAT It Vs the Tiod Kulepath from Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico The first grt commercial highway In Aerica and for more than three centuries Incoiparably the most Im portant was that romantic calzada or shod mulepah from Vera Cruz to the City of 5rxlco writes Charles F Liimmis In McClures This Is not forgetting the milltary roads of the Incas which the romantic historian who never sav them Invariably com pares with the great Roman highways to which they are about as compar able as a Bostn alley to Pennsylvania avenue They were extraordinary works for aborigines and greatly fa cllltated the remarkable operations which distinguished the Incas as the only American Indians that ever made what can in sober language be called a military campaign but they were merely Improved trails for the passage of the llama and while subject to much traffic they had no commer cia rating which we can count The Vera Cruz road first laid out by Cortez in Ii22 and Improved In later days to te tune of 3000 was a more or less stonepaved high way nearly 100 leagues long from the seaboard to the capital which for 3V6 centuries wa the largest city In all the western hemisphere and over Its rough meanderlngs for that long span of time pottered up and down a commerce so vast In value as to seem Incredible to any American genera tion except this present one its declivity from the TIerra DownI the great plateau to the Tierra Callente tolled the revenues to which the output of the bonanzas of Zacatecas Guanajuato and other great silver mines swelled the royal qulntas fifths besides the vast riches of Indigo sugar cochineal sarsaparilla and Jalap from Mexico the cacao of Peru and Ecuador the copper of Coquimbo and the silks and spices of China and the Philippines from the Vnpulco ship There are reasonably wellknown railroads in the United States which today do not haul half as much value In freight In a year as yearly shuffled down the Vera Cruz calzada 300 years ago In the Art Gallery Softlelgb 1 feel great reverence when I stand before one of these old masters Dont you N P clYe I am greatly awed by one I have at home Kansas City Telegram Cruel Thrust lor cant see why it Is that some men will go In raptures over a silly wom an said the fair girl to her chum Whos been making love to you now dear Milwaukee Sentinel Up in Maine Doyou believe all signs fall In a dry season asked the hunter Why yes replied the Maine guide but they dont always fall in a dry town Vonkers Statesman I The Original Foley it Co Chicago originated Honey ami Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity Foleys Honey and Tar math imitations aro offered FoleysHoneystitute offernl as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxniive It contains no opi ates and is jifept for children and del icate pcrsjiis Sold by RC Stock ton To be educated only sufficiently to realize how Mite we know gives one au intellectu l lace Gallops for aid When your stomach is all upset your liver in had shape your out of wbark your head like to split and every n rv in your body on edge Dr Cald a Syrup Pepsin gallops for aid and y n get It It clears out your pnlnu4t system brings fresh glean blpod3iipply to all your diges tire arguiis null restores to that coNfortftbVfceliftg of perfecthM1th Sold by Terry Tkomss aliOe Mid flWi XlJt Wcklf Ltfile 1mNLLJNJ jHAS APPENDICITIS ARISTOCRATIC CANINE WITS ILLS OF BOYALTT Fashionable Baltimore Animal Undergoes Successful Treatment for Disease Which Just Suited Its TasteCommon Ailment- BaltimoraSomewbat late but nevertheless In line with the procession fashionable dogs about the city have adopted the fad of having appendicitis and just at the present time U looks as If canine social circles will be greatly disturbed this winter by the Inconvenience of the malady One of the latest cases is that of Miss Anne a blooded English grey bound which belongs to Mrs Mary E Vonelff of No 600 Gllmor streeL Miss Anne Is no slouch of a dog us persons living In the neighborhood of Harlem park can tell you She has all the bearing of an aristocrat and her Eng lish lineage carries her right back to William the Conqueror There is noth- Ing appealing about the call of the wild to her and the disdain with which she treats ordinary people would lead one to believe that she has teen civilized about as long as man True to the traditions of her country the regards with contempt pretty much everything other than English and It Is said vlll not be seen on the street at the same time as a German daschound or a French poodle About three weeks ago Miss Anne showed signs of intense pains in her side She wined and groaned for several days and at last displayed such evidences of agony that her owner had her carried to a dog hospital near Cal verton Appendicitis said the resident physician and for the first time during her illness Miss Anne looked pleased And so It came to pass that for the following two weeks all fash louabTe dogdom in the neighborhood of Harlem park missed one of Its leaders while Miss Anne underwent treatment at the hospital In Calver tonBut the canine 400 Is rejoicing once more for Miss Anne has re turned having fully recovered True her vermiform appendix was not removed but then the treatment of dogs and human beings Is said to differ At the hospital where Miss Anne was treated It was said that appendi citis Is a common disease among dogs According to the surgeon who operat ed upon her appendicitis Is not only much commoner with dogs than hu man beings but Is far less dangerous With human beings said the doctor there Is always danger of the abscess Jn the appendix bursting and bringing about peritonitis But with dogs peritonitis Is rare and we treat the case by massaging the dogs side next to the appendix This causes the abscess to burst and all we have to do then is to get the pus out of the system Oh yes he added rather simple and then our patients arent very fastidl cus Besides they generally have pretty healthy constitutions 0 AIMS TO COLONIZE ARMY Czar to Offer His Soldiers Land and Money to Stay In Siberia and Not Cause Trouble St Petersburg The plans of the gov ernment for colonizing the soldiers who have been engaged lnManchurla during the war instead of bringing them home where It Is feared they would add to the internal dissatisfaction are gradually taking shape The plan Is to offer Inducements to the soldiers in the shape of land and loans to develop the land In the hope w111ISiberia and the government will loan each settler 100 roubles to ba repald at the end of four years without interest Officers decorated for bravery during the war will be entitled to 400 acres of land and a loan of 400 roubles The government has a double purpose In offering these inducements to soldiers to remain In Siberia There is little doubt that with great bodies of the sol dlers coming home the unrest which al ready prevails throughout Russia would be Increased Then too If colonies are created In Siberia It means Russia will have a large population which could easily be converted Into an army In the east In case of a war In the future WED ON BRIDGE DEFY LAWS Two Nations Outwitted by Marriage of Chinaman and Jap on Inter national Structure El Paso Tex Circumventing the laws of two nations Charley Fong a Chinaman and Catcllna Rusconld n Japanese widow were married on the international bridge Fong lives in Durango Max and was unable to enter the United States because of the exclusion act Catelinas husband who was an Italian and a naturalized American had been dead less than a year Under Mexicos laws she was ineligible to marry again She requested the state department to grant her permission to enter the United States because her husband was a citizen but she was re fused arrangedIensue as a result- lne Showing of Ohio In Ohio there Is one divorce for ev ery nine marriages But this tint showing may be partly due to the fact that Ohio Is so far from South Dakota Death Rate in NewYork and Chicago During November and December 1905 one fifth of the deaths In New York and Chicago were from pnou monia Foleys Honey and Tar not onlystops the cough but heals and strengthens the tings and prevents pneumonia so do not take chances on a cold wearing away when Tdleys Honeyand Tar will cure you quickly and prevents serious results Sold by R C Stockton It is not the approbation of God men strive for but for the praise and lauda tion of men Overcrowded It Is a pretty dangerous thing to allow your system to overcrowded with undigested fodpolljons bile poisons bowel dolsons Get of them by taking Dr Caldwells lax ative Syrup Pepsin and you will right away feel such a wonderful chupge foi the better that yoir trill sever let yourself get into that eon ditton ftgalni Safe and pleasant re lief and care for headachy eoaatlpa tton bilionane etc Try it Sld by Penp Thcaa at iOe aad IPOO h kneytMekiitinUC vI Let South Bend and Syra- cusePLOWS I Turn the Earth CIIE1 Douglas Co Successors to Arbuckle Simmons II Carpenters Mechanics Miners and Tinners Tools ImplementsBuildingIron Steel Roofing and Repairs Eaves Trough Guttering Tin Plato PoultryNetting t TrimmingsTinwareUtensils Grates Fire Goods Household Supplies Wooden Ware Sewing Machines anti Supplies Guns Rifles Sporting Goods Ammunition Wood Mantles Cutlery Silverware Main Street RichmondtKy i 1Cause of Headaches Ii1Youof your liver and bowels Unless there is daily action of the bowels poisonous j products are absorbed causing head tJAyersCothe ii iJI Its time to make room for the I GAS STOVE Water 4 tight Co QfiGrand display of Gas Cooking Ranges you will find direct from the factory i Call early and get yours ready to use before hot weather comes One cant have pretty lawns and flowers without a liberal SUPPLY OF WATER Likewise domestic work is rendered lighter by having Water in the kitchen- See us at once for terns etc RICHMOND WATER LIGHT CO IifrI4 Business j It is like the fragrant breath of spring to see Lr4 our new line Makes you think of the glad rsOme days when the summer sunshine makes its first appearance Makes buying an en thusiastic pleasure Our line of CARPETS and RUGS will inter est you 9x12 Axminsters Smiths 2250 9x12 Brussels Sl6andSlSk 9x12 Ingrains 9 r Our exclusive line of FURFITURE will please you I W S OLDHAM RICHMOND KY h I WOOL t 1 jWe want all the Wool in t1 J Madison and adjoining IJcounties and in order to 1get it we are paying the very C ttHighest Market 1 Pricesr A WA1 as well as lose nipneif you 11 J sell before getting our prIces i r r r 1 1t r r fJt1 1 Covington Arnold Bro i Main Street c j 4 J J h 1JtiMm3 J v 1 J1A l i fipEPi1V iit r w- r iitr f 7= = = L i A1La n ip The Richmond Climax BYIPUBLISHED EVERY WCDNB8DAY Tho Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements- For Precinct and City Offices 8 00 For County Office 10 00 For Stite and District Offices 15 00 ForOalls per Eor Crds per line 10 For all publications In the Interest of In dividuals or expression of Individ nil views per IIne Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY MCH 21 1906 Does Your Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years One frranent cam of bad blood li a ilortfih liver This pruduces constipation 1oliououi nbitancn are absorbed Into the blood Keep the bowel open with Ayers nil lithe bZ C Ayer Co towoU Kua110 maauCMtarcrs of 9 VIGOR Acre CURl qers PECTORAL We lave no secrets VTe pnblltli the fonanlaa of all our mdicine- uVttNTEDTwo cottages In Richmond Price from 800 to 1000 tf Hagan Miller i WWhWrliWOOumw iiPPth t1Jf WW lWht A CONTEMPTIBLE EDITORIALA FEW PLAIN FACTS AND A m g 4 + + WORD OF WARNING + + + QWJ MM On Tuesday Maroh IStb the Louisville CourierJournal the paper recognized as the best edited and foremost newspaper in the South contained the following contemtible editorial DOING THE NATION A SERVICE Four men have been indicted on the charge of assassinating former Governor Steunenherg of Idaho and their trial will begin in Boise in a few days As far as disclosed these prisoners weie parties to as foul a band of conspirators as the most dreamer could conceive of Their plots to murder their schemes to waylay their bloody labors have extended over years Law officers and humble miners who stood between them and anarchy were done to death in most outrageous fashion Mysterious crimes of past years are clered up through their arrest And it is said other conspirators are under surveillance and are to be arrested Then more mysteries will be solved The trjal and punishment of these men cannot follow too soon The detectives who ferreted out the guilty and the law officers who ate bringing them to trial are doing the nation and for that matter all humanity a great service Doubtless all who take part in the prosecution will be threatened and defied by the con spirators at large and even now plots against them and dyna mite for them may be in process of incubation But theymust not relent or shirk The gang and all of its agents must be exterminated DUTY OF THE PRESS It Is human nature to err Mankind at best is an Imperfect ma chine And newspaper men no matter how brilliant they may be or upon what journal they may bo employed are no exception to this rule The newspaper however is the greatest molder of public sentiment the world has ever known It is the most potent factor in the progress of our civilization It is the business of the press to ferret ont and expose crime if possible and uphold the laws and the moral integrity of the country Therefore with these duties confronting and many others de volving upon him the editor should be exceedingly careful as to the publication of an article or editorial which casts any unwonted reflection upon any person or any party He should let high morals and philosophic considerations of justice and equity inspire him to hear both sides of the question before he determines which is the cause and which is the effect and rushes into print He should ponder over the evidence and carefullyweigh the proof in the clumsy balances of human justicethe same as an impartial judgebefore rendering his opinion and giving it to the people The life or death of a person may hang on a single sentence in a newspaper This is only too true of the large capitalistic dailies that number their readers by the thousands Even the small country weekly may be able to change the whole curtentof public opinion Like the rippling brook in the mountains whose water gives current to the larger streams and the rivers then add volumes to the oceans mighty roarso the small weekly will often give a greater impetus to the din and roar to the frantic and restless crowd Therefore let no man how ever great or small be governed by his prejudices but before writingan editorial let him sift the evidence ad glean the facts and make his re marks accordingly and in a clear and concise way This is highclass journalism TUE SUBSIDIZED PRESS The worst enemy of the public is the subdized press By suppres sion of facts and for pecuniary gain it often incites prejudices among the people and the most heinous crimes are committed permittedand executed in the name and under the forms of la r By serving Mammon the trustsand browbeating and maligning and heaping viturpation upon those who resist tyrants and robber barons they excite prejudice and create wrong impressions among the people and the innocent are often persecuted even unto the infliction of death Upon the perjured testimonv of villains honorable and lawabiding men become victims of foul damnable conspiracies brutish and hellish outrages It IS an incontrovertible fact there is a very lage elementand we regret to sa- yItof unscrupulous and unconscious editors who make appeals of a most unjust nature and for a most unworthy cause through their mouthorgans the dailiesknowing that the general public largely depends on the newspaper for statement of facts And the knowing ones too frequently violate this confidence and trust By serving the oligarchy and their own interests they can frequently turn the tide of public sentiment in favor of the power they serve successfully manipulate many schemes of a namnable nature Here the independent and country weekly must bend every effort to light on the subject and show the great injustice of the cause which the subsidized and syndicated press espouses There is a great individuality about newspapers The great metropolitan dailies serve tbe rich because they are rich themselves and it serves their own interests byserving the rich Yet their main support comes from the common peoplethe laboring class Whenever democracy is arraigned against plutocracy ninetyeight percentum of the metropolitan dailies are lined up Whenever a 6ght ensues between capital and labor they are on side of capital and to use a slang expres sion and nroperly inerpret their meaning their battle is The laboring man be damned It cannot be denied that the subsidized and syndicated press has and will by suppression of many facts and by distortion of many others as In the above editorial endeavor to lead the people astray By not having the evidence In the case and by reading the CourierJour nal editorial many would naturally be led to believe that certain jjjeu chas P Moyer President and William D Haywood Secretary- of the Western Federation of Miners and other colleaguesmen belong ino to unions are a band of outlaws and anarchists that is diametrically responsible for all the crime committed In Idaho for a of years On the other hand one would be led to believe that exGov Steunenberg the victim of an assassin on the night of December 30 1905 the members of the Mine Owners Association the Pinkerton detective who worked up the charge and the men behind the prosecution are as innocent and free of crime as babes A YEW PLAIN FACTS Steunenberg is now dead but in life he wrote the following history When he entered the governsbip the state of Idaho was a poor man He emerged from the executive a millionaire and possibly hated far and wide as much as any man that ever occupied an office of distinction He was despised by the wealthy cattle men of his State and pos slblv bv every man who earns his bread by the sweat of his face The reading public throughout the United States is familiar with the Ooner dAleae affair his connection therewith In tbe Couer dAlene strike Steunenberg caused the imprisonment of nearly a thousand miners for their alleged complicity in a dynamite outragethe blowing up of the concentrator of the Hill Sullivan Mining Company that oc curred on 29 1899 He authorized the erection of the bull pen the declaration of martial law mind you not military law but martial law and is held responsible for the cruelties and brutalities inflicted upon unarmed men by a regiment of negro troops To read the history of hu man suffering of mental of physical pain by union miners under the name of law and the cruel vengeance reeked upon weak women and Innocent children by a lustful soldiery and hellish ma chinations of the predatory chieftains the mine owners in the Cuer dAlene district is enough to make angels weep strong men curse the govrnment that is supposed to protect them in their rights and provoke the laboring class throughout States to strong and determined action But Btennenberg is now dead and can do more earthly harm He partly reaped what he bad sown He was assassinated near his tial home on the night of December SO 1905 But by whomPThat is the question McPartland the Pinkerton detectivethe slimysleuth who is said to have ferreted out the crimea man who a notorious Teputatol u a jailer dog the Mine Owners Association the known and sworn enemy of thIS labor union and a man who is a selfconfessed crim nal say that the leaders otbeWesfcrn Federation of Mineis are ne conspirators and they have been indicted upon this evidence And their is being 1shed by this couterie Besides the subsi dzed and syndlcaed press Is assisting them in every way possible way Insisting on hastening the day of theIr doom and garbing their artleleJ under the alllSof DoIng the Nation A Service The Courleivjear nal editorial is merely an epitomized expression of Ute sestttwmt of the eitlre subsidized pressthe venal and contaminate power that will suppress facts and seeks the dethronement oftDenthe trades un ions and the laboring element and enthronethe dollar Doubtless if the real conspirators of crime Were ferreted out and brought to speedy jus tice then law who would conduct the prosecution indeed be doing the nation a service If these men under Indictment are guilty of the crime for which they stand charged they should pay the penalty as the law may direct But as the CourierJournal says in regard to the Federation men The gang and all Its agents must be exterminated In this respect we will say If the gang and nil Its agents must be exterminated well and good for If this is done ninetyfive percentum of those behind the prosecution will dangle at the end of a rope and adornj the gallows of Idaho But If the Federation men are doomed to die at the hands of criminals under the guise of law we bellere1 there will ea 1aliuprislBgamong the laboring men as to cause earth to shake and t e s to Amd who would be Tesp ft ibleP TaOSEof our citizens who were skeptical regarding the benefits to be derived from the organization of a Commercial Club in this city are probablyenlisted in the body of men whose motto is A Greater Richmond a Greater Madison County The influence of this body of Madisons representative business men is being felt Several business firms have been added to our city as a direct result of the efforts of the Commercial Club Should we secure one of the Normal Schools and this is practically assured me must give the credit to this body of oiganized businessmen The president of the club and his coworkers are widuawake to the needs of Richmond and Madison county and are zealously looking after the Interests of both and the result will prove to Richmonds honor and glory The Climax proposes at all times to cooperate with this club in all Its efforts to make Richmond the metropolis of Central Kentucky In order to make a prosperous wideawake city it behooves every citizen to exert every effort to locate In this city factories and business firms of every class It is not the intention of this paper to map out a plan to be pur sued by the Commercial Club but we do desire to call attention to the fact that we have a government building erected at an enormous expense to accommodate together with the post office and Federal Court the Revenue department of this district If the club will take this matter up with Senator McCreary and have the question properly presented to President Roosevelt we have no hesitancy in paying that as the chief executive is a luau of such great business sagacity the revenue office now located in Danville will be moved to this city where it properly belongs A year or more ago a petition signed by our business men was gotten up to be forwarded to Senator McCreary with the request that he make an effort to have headquarters for the revenue office moved back to this city Whether this petition was ever deliv ered to our Senator we cannot say nor do we know whether the attention of Senator McCreary has ever been directed to this matter but be that as it may our Senator would assuredly give his undivided support to his home city in this matter Gentlemen of the Commercial Club at your convenience but let that be during the present session of the U S Senate enlist the support of Sena tor McCreary and lets see whether the administration at Washington is a business one or purely political TIlE grand jury of Harrison county denounces progressive euchre as common gambling and calls on the cir cuit court to sustain them in the in dlctments The grand jury In one of its charges says We see no differ erence in playing for a piece of silver molded in the shape ot a coin and playing for a piece of silver molded in the shape of a cup or thimble It is gambling clothed with respectabil ity made so by its devotees We condemn the practice as a reflection upon good morals and Christian and also as we believ a violation of the statutes against gambling R W MILLEU of Madison has made a great reputation in the House at Frankfort It wilt now be in order to transfer him to the House at Wash ington Cynthiana Times In HONOR of St Patricks day the Cynthiana Log Cabin appeared last Saturday in a green and white dress Life Our entrance to this curious world Is with a wailinir cry We leave it when our work is done And with a gentle sigh And that is all We play a little in the sun And work neath gloomy skies And all the joys we madly chase Are fleeting butterflies And that is all A little stretch of falling tears With now and then a laugh- A little love and hate and joy A fulsome epitaph And that is 81- 1Chicago Chronicle I Said la My Haste All Men Ire Liars The total amount of cash given in for assessment by all the citizens of Fay ette county is 363434 Ot thIs amount 93692 was reported as cash on hand and 269742 as deposited in bank Comment on these figures issuperfluos says the Lexington Herald It u known to every citizens that there was at the most conservative estimate ten times that much cash owned by the citizens of Fayette county on the day property had to be given in for assessmentThe of the intangible property given in for assessment is 2839 234 Who is there who doubts that the notes bonds stocks etc owned by citizens of Fly tte county and subject to contribute ten thousand for consumptives who may be cured and who if neither cured nor isolated endanger the lives of thousands of other citizens She can afford20OCO for a hospital for insaneWe these facts to the attention of tbe members of the House in these last days of the session They can give help to a great number of Ken tuckians suffering from a disease that is curable and who if nothing is done will die passing on their disease to others or they can by inaction simply defeat the bill that offers relief and nothing can be dona for at least two years We ask every representative in Frankfort to choose deliberately between these Iwo courses Is he willing to help the sufferers or does he think it cheaper to let them die Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafnesr and that 18 by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Ens tachtau Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en tirely Deafness is the result HHless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de itroyed forever nine cases out of ten ire caused by Catarrh which is noth ing but an Inflamed condition of the muroHs surfaces We will give OnA Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bflcored Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free 0SoldTake Halls Family Pills for o tt nations i t III NO MAN IS STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH Let the greatest athlete have dysjwpsla and his muscles would soon cal strength is derived from food If a man has Insufficient food ho loses strength If he has no food he dies Food is con verted Into nutrition through the stom ach and bowels It depends on the strength of the stomach to extent food eaten Is digested and assimilated People can do of starvation who have abundant food to eat when the stomach and its associate organs of digestion and nutrition do not perform duty Thus the stomach Is the vital or gan of the body If thetomach Is weak the body weak also because it Is upon the stomach the body relies for its strength And as the body considered as- a whole Is made up of its several members ana organs so the weakness of the body as a consequence of weak stomach will bo distributed among the or ans which compose the If the body is weak because It Is illnourished that physical weakness will be found in all organsheart liver kidneys etc The liver will be torpid and Inactive giving rise to biliousness loss of appetite weak nerves feeble or Irregular action o heart palpitation dizziness headache and kindred disturbances and weaknessesMr Pare of Quebec writes For years after my health began to fall my bead grew dizzy eyes pained zne and my stomach was sore all the time while everything I would eat would seem to Ho heavy like lead on my stomach The doctors claimed that it was sympathetic trouble due to dyspepsia and prescribed for me and although i took their powders regularlr yet I felt no better My wire advised mo to try Or Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and stop taking the doctors medicine She bought me a bottle and we soon found that began to improve so I kept up the treatment took ontlesh my stomach became normal the digestive organs worked perfectly and soon began to look like a different person I can never cease to be grateful for what rour medicine has done for me and I give it highest praise Dont be wheedled by a pennygrabbing dealer Into taking Inferior substitutes Dr Pierces medicines recommended to goodTo of your own body in sickness and healthsend for the Peo Common Sense Medical Adviser A book of 1008 pages Send 21 onecent stampsforPierce C63 Main Street Buffalo N Y PERSONAL Mrs W B Benny is visiting Mrs A J Winters in Paris Miss Lona McGuire visited W D Bryant at Lcxiugt m lest week Mr Lewis B Herrington was in Atlanta Georgia last week Mrs George Simmons entertained Saturday aftel noon with a Flinch partyMiss Emma Powell of Nichoiasville has been the guest of Mrs Beacham Sallie Miller Is visiting her sister Mrs James Winn in Win chesterMrs H M Blanton and little son have returned from a visit to Lexing ton relatives Mrs William B Smith entertained SaturdayinEmmlnent Sir R C Stocston will go to Versailles Friday to inspect Versailles Commandery No3 K T Mr G A Mcltoberts has concluded a visit to Mr and Mrs Lewis Nealt and returned to his home in Danville prominentSigmadent is the guest of Mayor C E W T Short who was so severe ly bruised In a recent runawayuc cldent is recovering nicely at her home on Fi fth Mrs A P Mitchell has returned to her home in Jess imine county after a ten days visit to her brother Dr H C Jasper and family Mr and Mrs Louis P Todd left last week for Asheville N C for the benefit of Mrs Todds health Mr Todd will return in a few dais Mrs Orville Kennedy of Cresent Hill has been the guest of Mr and Mrs W R Letcher Jr during the recent bereavement in that family Mr C T Wells has gone to Irvine where he has opened a first class gro cerystore His many friends here wish him much sucess in his new field Mr E V Elder who stands in the formost ranks of uptodate hustling merchant has returned from New York City weere he went to purchase new goods Mr Charles B Gilmore of Bloomington Illwas summoned to his old home near Kingsoon by the illness of his mother Mrs Jane Gilmore who passed away last Friday Mr Louis Smith the capiblo young son of Mr and Mrs William Smith has gone to Bloomi gtoti IllwherE he has accepted a position with th telephone company of that city It will be gratifying news to his many friends here to know that Mr H R Smith is improving at his home in Versailles Mr Smith Is suffering with inflammatory rheumtlsrn with which he was stricken several weeks agoMr and Mrs H B Hanger attended the funeral of Mr H P Mascn in Frankfort last week Mr Mason was IlangemIlotreanti wealthier coutractors in the stateMrs Mattie Bacon who has been stopping with her parents Mr and Mrs Dr McGuire left last Thursday morning for Buffalo Now York where she will meet her husband Mr W S Bacon who has accepted a position with the Pullman caruotupiny Lexingtonhasother relatives here Mr Ward has resigned his position wth the D CattletsburgKyst Kentucky University B siuess Col lege Mr and Mrs Hugh Jesse have moved into their hone on Fourth St IroDPare temporaly domiciled in Mrs Shanks cottage on Fifth Street They contemplate building at an early late Hon Jerry Sullivan of Richmond was In Harrodsbnrg on legal busi ness a few days ago aud did not forget to take a look at the Con gressional fences Mr Sullivan is one of the most capable ud dltrictIhrrodsburgDemocrat Mr and Mrs Clark Kellogg of Richmond who have been taking a months trip to the West Indies are enrouto for home Their two little daughters are here vith their grand Morganduringtho Mrs Kellogg of Cincinnati is also MorganLexington youngtrainermerly lived here and trilned for J G Ocll has accepted a po jtion to handle a big stable of homes fr L J McMechen of Cadiz Ohio the present season He is a sun pf Penry Tray nor of Richmond the v reran reins man and a brotherlnIof Bland Ballard of Danville Danville Advo cateThe Bourbon News says The wedding of Miss LizzntN nlKllon of this ctty and Mr Duraml U of Little Rock Arkansas hlohwa announced some time ago to take place last fall but which was post ladyskeaitkat1y kr pats Mt ihd rae RH Ii 1r n Iofn city The following handsomely engrtived announcement cards have been receive this week by friends Mr and Mrs James D Dykes announce the marriage of their daughter Minnie- to Mr G Hanly on Tuesday February the twentieth nineteen hundred and six ClnclnnatlChio At Home 104 Maple Avenue Arlington Heights Ohio The fourth of the series of Cotil lions under the direction of Professor Mueller was danced last Friday night at the Masonic Temple Mr and Mrs T H Pickels who lead are to he highly complimented upon the grace and ease with which they figuresItness any prettier figures than were danced last Flday night Some of partsProfessorMuellar chosen profession a d his classes in lancing are doing splendid work A German will be danced each Friday night tor the next three weeks and it Is the intention to have some very pretty favors for Friday night Cotil lion Contrasts wore never more striking than Wednesday afternoon when one stepped from the grayness and gloom ofa Match day into the glow and warmth of Mrs James S Winns beautifully appointed home The ar tistic decorations the perfume of the gentleharbingersthe greetings of scores of handsomely gowned ladies and the sweet strains gloomMrsceived her guests in the parlor and in the rtception hall the frappe bowl was placed on a decorated table out lined against a background graceful greeneries Misses Sara Coodloe Ben ton and Anna Brent Rees handed the delicious beverage Tea and chocolate were served in the room the table being beautified by an ex quisite centerpiece of imported lace on which was placed a cut glass vase filled with choice pink carnations Miss Bessie Miller of Richmond pre sided over the chocolate urn while Mrs C H Refes poured the refreshing cup of tea A string orchestra added to the afternoons entertainment and furnished an accompaniment to the guestsWinchester The piano recital given by the pupils of Mrs G W Pickels class last Saturday afternoon was a most enjoyable affair and the splendid work being done by the pupils was much commented on by the friends and patrons asstmbled Mrs Pickels splendid success as a music teacher is too well known to need any intro duction to our people Her excellent training in all the phases of good piano plajing is reflected in her pupils In addition to her advanced class two little girls who were unable to play at the Junior recital were added to the list They were Little Misses Dorthy Perry and Elizabeth Miller both of whom bid fair to become regular virtuosos The following ex cellent program was rendered RosslnJMissesValso Caprice NewlandMissa Tremolo Gottscbalk b Polonaise CnopllnMissImpromptu in O sharp minor Reinhold GulncblgllaniValse Durand DotyCaprice Fisher Miss Stockton Valse Caprice Hlendl Miss Myers Second MazurkaDurndMiss Pickels Rondo In E flat Field Mis Edna Qulnchlgliani Four Hands Capr ce Russell Mis MyersMrs PickeK Melody of Loye Engelmanc Miss Marianne Collins Staccata Polka Bohn MisH James Polka Caprice SpindleMIssBallard Rustic Dance Howell Miss Rice La Fontaine m Bohn MyersThalbergsSties roiiint Four Hands Philomel Kunkel Miss Nannie B Myers Mrs Pickels Same Oli Mary of hUts We suggest to our Park Commis sioners and our City Council that if Lexington must have a street fair it would he tome consolation lor the pro ceeds thereof to go to the park fund As it is Lexington has in the past and will in the future be only loser by these street fairs Her commerce is blocked her street cleaning U made a larger problem her citizens are incon venienced and the proceeds of the fairs are carried off in the pockets of fakirs from other communities Lex ington Herald DEATHS After an illness dating back several months Mrs Elizabeth Jane Gilmore died last Friday at her home near Kingston agee 72 years Deceased was stricken four months ago with pneumonia which settled on her lungs and caused her death Mrs Gilmore was the mother of ten children five of KILouis Terrill and Augusta Todd of Missouri She was a devout Christian womau and had many friends Her funeral was conducted Sunday at tn oclock by Hev C K Marshall after which her remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery The remains of Mr George Rice who died last Wednesday night at his home in Clay City were brought to Richmond and interred under the anqpirep of the Clay City Lodge of Masons of which he was an honored member Mr Rices death was a severe shock to his family and friends coming sudienly and without wartilnir About eleven oclock Wednesday night his little son noticed him struggling but paid no further attention to him and at seven the next mnrning it was discovered that he was dead It is supposed that he injured himself internally the day before while doing some heavy lifting causing hemorrhages Deceased who was forty years old was a native of this county nnd a brother to Messrs Clark and Bush Rice of near Speen well ani Samuel ol Missouri He is also survived by three sisters Mrs Julia Park Mrs Cornelia Tribble and Miss Katie Rice of thie county HP was married to Miss Clemmie Wil liam of Powell countv who with one son eleven years old is Itft to mourn the loss of a devoted husband ann father Mr Rice was a highly te sppctpd citizen and was an honored member of the Masonic Knights 01 Pythias and Odd Fellows orders Much sympathy is extended the family in their bereavement House wanted in good location with good yard not over 20 Apply Hotel Glyndon Room and board wanted for lady and two small children Must be first class not over 40 per month Write Judge in car6 of Glyndon The Y C Alley Musical Comedy Cog soon to appear in our city at the Opera House presenting the musical comedy Cinderella an entertainment that appeals to all classes and which is appreciated fully as much by the boy in the gallery as by the ladies in the orchestra and boxes The scenes are not laid in Korea or some unknown ciumry that the average theatre oer know nothing about but right here in good old America Time best advice that could be given those not conver sant with a high class musical comedy would be for a way down deep hearty laughad jingley whistley music and beautv chorus see the blithesome gloorcdispelling Cinderella which the yourcityBanner Tobacco Crop The banner tobacco crop raised in the Bluegrass WitS grown by Ollie Hardman on the farm of Harvey Rogers near Mt producedthe American Tobacco Company at 12 and 2 cents 2500 pounds going in ai the latter figure The tobacco brought 2 645 00 or an average of 26450 per acre or three times the value of the land on whicn it was grown Good Matinee acd Night march 24 To those who have never read Bertha M Clays famous novel the following synopsis will appear in a dramatized form at the Grand Opera House Satur day March 24th This play and book deals with a Englishhometer of a lodge keeper of an Englishman of high birth is loved by the son ot the latter The match meets withIlls favor of the youug mans father but despite the fact that his father informs him either to give up the girl or tile homo and luxury he chooses Dora Thome and marries her The young gil a pure and honest creature loves the young man quite as well as he loves her but through the efforts of a young sailor who has loved the girl from early childhood and who also desires to make liar his wife the yonng people are separated and made to believe later that each has been nn faitbful to the other This state comes LadyChartarisThe young sailor returns after a two years voyage to find that Doras favor lisa been transfered from him to the young nobleman and several compli cations arise from this which for a time take on a serious aspect both for Dora and her lover The time arrives when honesty and faithfulness triumphs everythlnJtfavorable The company appearing in Dora Thome is said to be of exceptional merit and the scenery and costumes are said to be beautiful the fienie and electrical effects in the last act the illuminated gardens at Earl Mauir are said to be especially commendable Prices matinee 15 and 25c night 25 35 50 and 75 Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea biscuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and economically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food foundat the bakeshop or grocery does not compare Royal is the greatest of bakeday helps ROYA BKINO POWDER CO sEw YORK I I STOPStriking matches breaking buying and cleaning lamp chimueys worrying witn coal oil find Get On to the comfort and convenience of Electric Lights They are cleanest cheapest brightest and best We Have the Light that killed Wellsbach and many other high efficiency Electric Lamps on exhibition at our office You should see them RICHMO- NDElectric and Power Qo The General EngfEeeria Company Managers felephone 486 Schlegel Building i l lI IiJ fi rJ n Fees Illegally Paid By City All Officials la Any Way Responsible Will Bi ftbAe toDtleadanb Lonndl Transacts Impor tact Cosiness An ordinance passed last night caused somewhat of a sensation says the Lexington Herald It recites that before January 1 1903 and February 1 1905 the Back Tax Assessor was paid tees such as 331 per cent of taxes paid by railway companies Kentucky Distill cry and Warehouse Company and 10- perreutforcorrectitigcurreiit t x bills These corporations are assessed yearly by the State Board Valuation and it was not the province duty or privi lege ot the City Assessor Back Tax Assessor or other officer of the city to assess said companies It is further recited that collection of these bills was uot In accordance with any contract or ordinance Continuing time ordinance reads And whereas an excess of certain tees over that allowed by or dinance was charged and collected by the Back Tax Assessor during said period such as thirtythree and one thud cent for back licences instead ol twentyflve per cent ba it ordained that the City Solicitor is hereby di rected to institute suit against the Back Tax Assessor and each and every officer of the city whether In office at responslbieforecovery to the city of said money paid out in leeQ The Auditor is directed to furnish the City Solicitor with an itemized statement of the fees and commissions The amount involved is between 3000 and 4000 D L Hardestv is the BackTax Assessor The ordinance was reccommended by the Joint Ways and Means Committee Hyomei Cures Catarrh Its Heals Balsams Kill All Catarrhal rams Slid Under Gaarrntee By B L Mlddelton There is no more common disease than catarrh and none more danger oas It weakens and debilitates the whole system if it is allowed to run leads to serious and sometkres fatal complications Jt is a noteworthy fact that among the many medicines and treatments for catarrh there is only one which positivedose not r cureHyomel Natures remedy fo the cure of catarrh No dangerous drugs are taken into the stomach when Hyomei is used pocketlnhaJeroutfit its healing balsams penetrate to the most remote cells of the throat nose and lungs killing the germs of catarrh healing the irritated mucous innmbrane and making complete cures The complete Kyomei outfit con sisting of an inhaler that can be car ted in the purse or vest pocket a medicine dropper and bottle of Hyo mei costs only Tile inhaler will last a lifetime while extra bottles of Hyomei can be procured whenever needed for only 50 cents B L Middelton is selling a good many Hyomei outfits at this season and he has so much confidence in the remedy that he guarantees to refund the monev in case it does not cure Sold by B L Middelton For Rent A large comfortable room plenty of light and fronts on Main street Apply to this office Main street inarHlin Livery Stable For Rent- I offer for rent privately the large 3storv brick stable corner of Main and Second streets Paris Ky The build ing extends from Main to High street Capable of holding 150 head of sock Is equipped with all the modern facili ties such as water gas etc This is an excellent loneestablished stand Possession April 1906 N H BAVLESS Trustee mar214t Paris Ky A Word to the Property Owners of Richmond and Madison County About Your House Painting and Paper Ranging I take this method to inorm the pub lie generally that I am still in the house painting paper hanging and decorative business and if you are going to have anything done in this line during this season wilt say that I want your work and in return will give vou honest materials and honest workmanship at honest prices I also have a full line of 1906 Wall Paper Nov cities to show you from the largast manufacturers in the United States at 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 AV L LEEDS Painter and Contractor Shop on Iryine St bet 2nd and 3rd Residence Phone 112 Shop Phone 373 21feb3ra We can furnish your home in all the latest and newest furniture Our prices suit all classes Give us a call W S OLDJIAM We take pleasure in announcing to our trade our advance styles in all the latest crea ions in Band Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etc for Waists and GinghamsPostal us for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attentior Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE RICHMOND KY Wall Paper Shopping 1Wall Paper at t JIo Free is easy at our store because you dont have to kick to get yjur moneys worth because we have the largest assortment in the city because we furnish estimates on as well as the paper well because our spring stock is about all in and we are showing the prettiest line ever shown here including all the novelties and all at prices that will astonish vou Give us the pleasure of showing you our line and make you an estimate on your work P M Pope is the right ploce to buy Plows Hoes Rakes Mattocks Axes Steel Ranges Stoves ofall kinds Locks Hinges Nails Granite Iron ware Fine Cutlery Fishing Tackle He sells Senaca Stock and Poultry Food Try it 204 main street Always YourService RegularDinner Cents Check Room hanging the The Home Restaurant and Lunch Counter For Ladies and Gentlemen Lusby and Dunn J Harry Lusby Manager Lexington Kentucky J09 N Mill Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT The Most UptoDate Restaurant and LunchCounter In the- South ===== BEST === Fire SaleO- N EARTH IsvilleED Bl4NTON I GO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 Master Commissioners Notice Master Commissioners Notice CreditorstoBWCohbs Admr PUT Sallie A Horbers Executor Plifagainst a DrrsItheSallieAll persons having claims against hereby notified to fits panip legally allle A Harber will present same to vtuified with the undesigned on or me properly verified according to law before April 15 1906 or same will be on or before April 27 1906 barred- T H COLLINS M CM C O T H COLLINS M O M C C THIS HOUSE WAS BUILT OUT OF MIRACLEa CONCRETE BLOCKS Superior to Brick or Stone as cheap as either and much better We are manufacturing these Blocks here and would be glad to give you an estimate on same for residences storehouses foundations etc You can plaster direc to the inside of these Blocks DO lath ing or furring needed YWe also lay Concrete Sidewalks and sell all kinds of builders supplies WTT P LETCIIER Jr Office and Warehouse at L N Depot Telephone 422 IA 1I Wool Tex fineSuitsS Co of Chicago IlL think enough of to advertise the Wool Tex make in preference to their own Ladies yon will see creations in Suits that will even surpass your expectations H a n dS ome EveningGowns sleeves in all the latest nov- elIs andtoreutimis ill ItHlinrr eim and whot You cant afford to miss seeing this ele rant line of Suits Coats tad Skirts on March 27 and 28 at our store This will be the greatest White Goods season ever known in the history of the rnercantHewOl White suits White Embroidered Linen Parasols White Shirt Waists White Skirts White Hosiery and all kinds of white washa ble fabrics both made up and in the piece All these will be shown you in all the dory of their new and fresh henuv Come and see them durin rthe sale Get our White Sale price and save money on all your white gobds this sale LE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE F I T THE BUSY BEE CASH STORES j A EEEEEEEEEE 7Y WLXTE Ea a 1t v 500 beautiful White Shirt Waists ladies embroidered linen novelty white goods effects embroidered white silk waists spring styles 300 elegant White Top Skirts ladies linen and washable beautiful patterns Mohair Panama New and beautiful designs 100 White Linen Parasols plain and embroidered effects You wont it without White Linen Parasol this season These goods bought especially White Sale and very low prices will named them Sale begins March 17th IL1-A S A LE wide have a sees a it in he A to or of of of for A A be to in of v to of or in tuir If its is it It for our on 24 us to White Goodsa hia hnt never asserted itself in custom in n sow The fever fur white is going to play u willtuiir s nnd lines Your safety if y ht w- 5tiO 12 White Salei its price prii 9o jer id WO t White Goods price 25c White Sale price 17c pel yd loot yds White srice 50c White Sale prlf J per yd 100 yds White Drat Swiss price 20c White Sale p 6 e 2jc pr yd 650 dWhite pot Swiss price 26c White yule price 17c per yd 1000 yds While Itiia Linen price 7c White Suit 60 pr yd 1000 White Linen price lOc White Sale price 80 per yd 1000 White India Linen price 12 Jc White Sale price lOc pr yd 1000 yds White India Linen price 20 to 25c White SIt price 15o per yl 100 bolts Jong Cloth price 125 bolt White Sale prl e 98o per bolt J +00 NO + i t theTi1 next door to t We will get our new t++ and be back at our old 1 tIf ++ ++ f+ 14N +000- J i Ill IiYr Lau trlt a f peciuls for Ibo White Sole for etc new for all in r etc in be in a were all for be on Saturday A e S A WOOL TEX March opportunity BeautifulSuits r A iY7shen ship wrecked sailor desert island white sail approaching from over the horizon seems the most beautiful sight the world and with joy and gladness cries SAIL SAIL And the housekeeper mother large and growing family wreckedon the rocks spring and summer sewing with the knowledge the needs her family and refurnishing the house comes the joyful news SALE SALE our white sale opens Saturday March 24 closes Saturday April 7 Our entire store will given over thirteen day White Sale including everything white goods laces embroideries towelings sheetings table linens lace curtains Muslin underwear napkins linens dimities white jaquads novelty white goods all kinds bleach cottons crashes Indian head cottons wash goods ofevery description tlIn order make this the greatest sale the kind ever attempted Richmond Madison county Generous price reductions have been made every article entire store white the price reduced and you know what means when reduce prices means bargains and many happy ones customers and friends hand early Saturday morning March You will find opposite the Glyndon otell1ext Neffs produce store with a beautiful showing White Goods 0ra novelty tlmity regular regular regular 29 regular regular regular regular regular regular regular Glyndon Hotel Prodjce Store stand All skirts the 100 bolts Ling Cloth regular flW bolt White Salo price 119 per bolt 1000 yds Persian Lawn regular psice 20c White SJe price 12Jc et yd 1000 yds Persian Lawn regular 25c Whle Sale rice I9cperyd Lace Curtains We are offering some tempting low prices in Lace Curtains for this White Sale There is everything to bring jou to this department and much to reward you for com ing We will have a grand display of fine Imported Curtains espe Tally for this sale Prices on imported Curtains will be named very low Our regular line of Lace Cur tams will all be reduced in price for the White Sale Dont fail to see onr large and beautiful line of Curtains Prices ranging from 35t to 2 per pair Muslin Underwear Study these prices on NEW UNDERWEAR 200 Gowns reg price 50c white sale price S9e 250 Ladles Gowns reg price 75c white sale price 49c 250 Ladles Gowns regular price 1 00 white sale price 690 250 Ladies Gowns regular price 150 white sale price 98c 300 Lilies Gowns regular price 2 and 250 sale price 148 150 Ladies Gown regular price sale price 1 98 76 Ladies reg price 76c white sale 490 150 Ladies Skirts reg price 75c white sale price G9c 150 Ladies Skirts reg price 150 sale price 98c All Ladies fine White Skirts Corset Covers Drawers and Chemise Late been reduced in price for the Great SaleLineiiDepartet We suggest to thrifty house wiles that they take an inventory of the Linen Chest before our white salespecial lots at special prices bought oslcially for this sale will be offered at a great saving moo yds Linen in Remnants of 2 21 and 3 yds will be closed aut at greatly redtced prices 25 doz napkins regular price 600 white sale 4c 25 doz napkins regular price 125 write sale price98c v 25 doz napkins regular 150 wnite sale price 119 50 doz Tom Reed Hand Loom napkins regular price 400 and 500 quality wilt be sold during the whi e sale at 295 per doz All our Handsome Table Linens will be reduced in paico during the white sale 250 yds Irish Linen regular srice 35c white sale price 25c per yd 250 Irish r gular price 500 white sale price 35a ser yd 250 yds Irish Linen regular price 75o sale 47o pr yd 500 yds 104 Linen sheeting regular 125 per jd dale price 95c 1000 Huck Towels regular 12Jc white sale price 8c per towel 50 white Counterpanes regular price 150 white sale pieceb0 regular 200 value white sale 119 per LACES2500 regular 74 and lOa Laces white sale price 4Jc 3000 regular 15 and 20o Laces white salo price lOc Our entire line of Laces reduced during the wnitc sale 20 pieces Allover Lace suitable for waists at greatly reduced prices for our great white sa- loHandkerchiefs One lot regular 5 and Handkerchiefs sale 3c One lot regular 15o ndkerchefswhite sale price lOc One lot 20c Handkerchiefs white sale price 150 All our 25 and 50c Hanbkerchiefs for Ladles will be sold during this white sale at 23c Wonderful values for bleached Muslins and Bleached Sheets also readymade Sheets and Pillow Cases Specials for the White Sale 500 yards Crash regular SIc quality sale price 5c 400 yards Crash regular lOc quality sale price 710 200 yards Crash regular 12c quality sale price 9c 300 yards Crash regular 15c quality sale price lOc J a = ts IL1 nIJRICFIMOND KENTUCKY rr r i IiE s it lw II r II jiT f ii4 J v r ON TUESDAY AN- DWEDNESDAY 27 and 28 we will have a representative man with us to take measures for the world famous Wool Tex tailor made suite for ladies Tex Guts Skirts etc Never before has the ladies of Richmond and Madison county had the to see the finest line of Tailored Suits in materials of all kinds that are to be bad in the United States We seen this entire line of spring Suits and can truly say that they are the most perfect tailored and the most I we have ever seen Dont fall to see this line of suits and coats even if you dont want to buy It will be a treat you cant to miss March 27 and SS What you want is what youll find at this sale L 1 V a on A a of in on white n we Be of so early f rtment jc y Goods y price yds India ds price price Swiss Ladles white t3 1i Skirts price would Table price price yds Linen white price price white price price piece price Wool afford Embroidery andHamburgs birect from mills st St Gall Swftzerland the em broidery center of the world Youve never seen such excellent zmbroldeatea at such InsiguiQcent prices as offered at this White Sale Such values wont last many days we assure you 1500 yards embroidery regular 71 61 quality white sale ptiae 5c 5000 yards embroidery regular 15 20 and 25c value white sale price lOc 5000 yards embroidery regular 35 10 and 50o valuo white sale price 29c One lot corset cover embroidery regular 30 and35c value white sale price 22c 1500 yards embroidery regular 75c and 100 quality white sale price 57j c 25 pieces all over embroidery in swiss and nainsook will be offered at greatly reduced pnces for the white sale Its no trouble to find store that want your business bna many of them dont due the goods you want We are showing euerything new in dress goods and all other departments 2500 yards fine French Dress Ginghams in plaids checks and figuers worth 10 to 12 J2c per yd will be sold in this sale at 7 J2c Dont wait until the best portion are picked out come and get first choice iit at 8 a m and t t I t closes Saturday ApriLiat ii h C J = Ce I I1 t I he Richmond Climax Nlm ED vAftCil 21 1906 The Strenuous Life Punlls In Sitncb Tmtte adHlIlC1 fill nlll Oiftu MmpleRracdy The Ftrennous life of modern times ibr 8 pprple to inth through Ifapir mmif liflFtiiy in tlie mud rush aftei tlienlmcliit cillar Tim ie ult IB iticin Tfle indigeMitt ii ill innmtiop of the wall of the tlow- Fillll and lack of twcretlon of the gastric juices ending in chronic stomach L tionhle and nerrons breakdown r How much l e ier it voHld be to eat mote lowly cure the sumach trouble with Mlo na anil soon repaln perfect iiealtli The headachessleeplessness nervous troubles pain after eatinir specks before the eyes backaches melancholy and cloomv foreboding would be soon overcome and perfect health and strength would be restored Proper treatment of the weakened digestive I stem with Mio ba will cure every case of stomach trouble The remits of this treatment ate so Ritonifihin and fn pronounced that those who have tried it never fall to appreciate its value as a healing atcent So reliable is Ml ona in curing all for of stomach weakness and tronbej thatgiveBLMiddeton asigaed giinrxiitee tluu the remedy will cost lothiiiK unless it cures Each box of Miona sells for 60 cents and is in valuable to anyone who Buffers with indigestion nervousness or weak stom ach Sold by B 1 Middelton A New Firm One of the great problems that con fromsa stranger who comes to Rich mond to live is where to purchase or rent resident property Having had man of our citizens as well ss strang ers to cull on us in search cf property lor saIl and rent the undersigned have decided to form a partnership and will In the future list all kinds of real es tate as Veil as solicit and conduct a general renting agency All property for sale or rent placed with us will be advertised free of cost to owners Property listed for rent will be let only to tenants agreeable to the property owner This firm will collect and turn over monthly all monies due owners on rents unless otherwise specified in contract For this service theundersigned will charge a reasonable per cent in case of sale or renting otherwise no charges are maile We have now a numherof purchasers for iarms of all MZbs and prices and those desiring to pnrchrse or sell fchould call on T S Hapan at Stockton Hairans drug store or A D tiller Cliiuax office and jret full particular If you list your property with us t is advertised absolutely free charge being made only in case of sale or renting Dont delay the matter but call at once and list your property and we will do the rest T S HAGAN A D MILLER A Scientific Wonder The cures that stand to its credit make Bucklens Arnica Salve a scien tific wonder It cured E R Mul ford lecturer for the Patrons of HusI bandry Wayntsnoro Pa of a dis tressing case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wouuds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at Stockton Hagans dng store An Aged Poem The following poem which was handed to us recently will be interesting re calling is it does the dark and stormy days of the CO- sBATTLE OF RICHMOND KY Aim 20 1S62 Barnes R Crowe The sun roe fair oer the fields of corn And the scent of the newmown hay Was borne on the breeze of that sum mer mum arrayBut of scene For we heard the rrar of the gun And soon the red blood had tinged the green For a terrble battle was on Furious and fast the shot and shell Tre through t lift ranks of the brave And many a hero lav where be fell graveAnda day crayForTore through our ranks for tile fight was hot Proudly in front waved the stripes and stars As the gallant Federals passed on But the victory perched on the stars and bars For theRebels the battle on And mother whose heart was just ax true Waited the coming of her hoy in blue For hhot and shell AIdshell and shot Tore through their ranks for the fight was hot After the battle was fought and won After the lorlousdeeds that were done After the setting of the weary sun I walked amongst the dead JrayWherelay awayAndGod pity the mother the sinter the wife And quickly find this bloody strife The conflict over IAt the message then Be peace on earth good will to men Bind up the hearts now bleeding and sore Unite our people as in davs of yore Nor more Int shell nor more let Mint Tear fightbeSheffield Ala A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Con ArppendieitisEStomach Liver and Bowels take Dr KinlR New Life Pills They perfect ly regulate these organs without pain 01 discomfort 25c at Stockton drurglstsf ONE OP THE arguments advanced in favor of many of out deteriorating presnmablyeousness It la a common occurrence to hear some one defend his or her position of wrongdoing upon thi uasla of some other person doinga similar wrong derd Now then we may udd too frequently do we hear men and women defending their actions from the position held or viewpoint of some ministerchurch personaland justice In all kind of business games of chance trickery and fraud people defend their positions in a maunerthat is most appalling to the especiallfthose 100frtquentlysom minister or prominent person is shouldbeevery too must stud on Itt owa bottom is eoodjase It It dHcltera aJUt uae PAINFUL PERIODS Life often seems too long to the woman who suf bearingdowndizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take I WineoJrdQj I Womans Relief It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches the blood strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer It is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confi dence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medtdne Co Chattanooga Tenn ISLAND FOR LEPERS GOVERNMENT PT7KCHASES STTE IOB THE COLONY Five Victims of Awful Disease Will Occupy Quarters on Isle Off Mas sachusetts Coast Move to Protect Public Washington Leprosy seems to ba almost as old as the human race Egypt Is called Its cradle and on papyri found in the tombs of Egyptian kings descrlotlons of the disease are glven Indian records show that It has existed In that country for at least 3000 years and today it is found to a creater or less extent in all parts of the world from the tropics to Nor way and Sweden The United States marine hospital commission reports that there are in the country not tar from 1000 cases Up to recently how ever the only special lazaretto within the United States was In Louisiana which had about 75 occupants in 1902 In the summer of 1905 says the report of the state board of charities of Massachusetts the state purchased the island of Penlkese for the sum of 25000 for the purpose of establishing and maintaining an Institution to ba known aa Penlkese hospital This Is land 100 acres in extent which Is lo cated about 13 miles south of New Bedford is to be used as a retreat for those afflicted with leprosy there being five well developed cases within the state at that time two Chinese and three Portuguese one of the latter be ing a woman Upon this island there have been erected at the present time four cot tages each 27 by 36 feet one story high and containing four rooms viz a general sittingroom two bedrooms and a kitchen as well as a bathroom and closet better quarters than any of the five had probably ever occupied prior to that time The buildings are situated on the westerly side of the island and are well protected by the natural conformation of the land from the prevailing winds and winter Is expressed that for the relief not only of Massachusetts but of other states concerned congress will estab lish a national leper hospital at no distant day While leprosy Is not a highly communicable disease it la thought that the protection of the pub lic would justify such action on the pait of the national government FALLS FROM AN AEROPLANE Test of California Machine Is Un successful Aeronaut Narrowly Escapes Death Oakland CalAn unsuccessful trial was made by Prof Montgomerys aeroplane at Idora park and it almost resulted In serious Injury to David Wilkle the aeronaut At the height of 1800 feet Prof Montgomery signaled to descend but the aeroplane did not respond Suddenly however It was seen to drop from its support and a shout went up from the spectators aeroplaneisharply and began to taU In short cir cles Clinging desperately to the frame work of the airship Wilkle could be seen making frantic efforts to regain control of the machine and twice It seemed that he had succeeded Like a wounded bird the aeroplane swept downward twice righting Itself only to plunge again toward the earth The last time the machine floated on even keel It was wiihin a short dis tance of the ground and to this fact Wilkle owes his life for when the ma chine started again toward the ground It had only a few feet to fall It struck wltu force enough to wreck the ma chine but the aeronaut escaped with a bad gash on the nose and a number of painful bruises STATE TO INHERIT WEALTH Educator Has Plan to Confiscate Young Millionaires Riches How He Would Accomplish It Schenectady N YProf John L March of Union college has a plan to abolish young millionaires By It be proposes that the homestead shan be Inheritable as at present All the oth er property in lands and the like shall be sold at public auction as soon as practicable after the death of the owner the proceeds with the cash possessions above a certain small sum to go to the state The widow the dependent male children the female children and any Incapables shall receive from the state an annuity dependent on the size of the estate this annuity to expire at the marriage of the widow or daugh ters and with the completion of the reasonable education of the sons Blames XBay for Insanity Grover M Vogel has filed a notice ot contest In Buffalo to the will of hli wife Adle M Vogel one of the grounds specifying her Inability to execute a legal documents setting forth that her mind had become affected by reason of Xray treatment which she had taken The allegation is made that the wlfo was severely burned a d her mind completely wrecked Ttie point ralseJ a question in medical Jurisprudence which Is unprecedented here The total valuation of the estate is given as 20 000 and under the will Mr Vogel only to receive an automobile worth 1500 Trance Comes In Handy The man who committed blgara while in a trance can console himself by Indulging In another trance during his prison term lUke to see my fellow man ambi tious but when it comes to speeding a whole week to trap a woodchuek itjlseeme I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle view N C at my monthly periods all my life but the first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am in better health than I have been for a long time TRAFFIC IN HUMAN CUTICLE Medical Students Said to Have Or ganized Partnership In Grew some Business San Francisco It has become known that several young men In this city have organized a partnership for dealing In human skin stripped from corpses In hospitals and college dis secting rooms tanned and made Into purses and articles of wearing ap parel This grewsome business It Is said has been In operation some time and Its owners have made consider able money by It A day or two ago two men who de cllned to tell their names but who said they were medical students llv Ing In San Francisco called on the president of a tanning company of West Berkeley and asked him to pre pare some human skin for commercial purposes With them they had two pieces of cuticle one about a foot square and the other a trifle smaller which they admitted they had stripped from a body In a dissecting room They said they intended making slip pers out of the skin The commission was declined Other tanners have also been ap proached by embryo physicians who are engaged In the traffic It Is al leged that articles made from the skin of men and women have been carried from California to all portions of the union When tanned the skin of a man Is worth In the neighborhood of 500 The skin Is soft and pliable resembling in many respects chamois Of it belts purses sllppers and many other small articles are manufactured MORTORCAR REACHES LIMIT All Conveniences of Home In Per kina Auto Builds a 23000 Machine New York George W Perkins formerly ylce president of the New York Life Insurance company and partner of J Fierpont Morgan is the pos sessor of one of the finest private au tomobiles In the world It cost 23 000It has a limousine body containing revolving chairs a wash stand toilet cases mirrors electric lights patent heaters hat cords parcel nets leather pockets filled with various articles a writing desk and a cabinet containing smokers articles It has also a telephone and an an nunciator leading to the chauffeurs seat so the occupant of the car can be In touch with tire driver at all timesAt the rear of the dashboard In front of the chauffeur are several small electric lights Over each is a silver mounted label bearing Instruc tions of various kinds such as more speed slower etc By pressing a button in the Interior of the car the lights are illuminated to signify the directions to be carried out If some special order Is to be given tire telephone Is used the receiver of which Is shaped like a horn and is situated close to the right ear of the driver QUEER CHECK TO PNEUMONIA Patient Condition Bettered by leap from Hospital Window to Por tico in Pyjamas New York Theron Brown Is better now He was suffering from pneu monia In the city hospital at Newark and was delirious when the nurse left him for a moment to fill an Ice bag Brown is a negro 23 years old He was apparently In a bad way and urgent care was necessary In his case but when the nurses back was turned ho dived through a thirdstory window and landed on his head on the roof of a portico He was momentarily stunned but re vived and Jumped 15 feet to the court landing on the concrete pavement Then he ran through Falrmount street to Cabinet street where he was over taken by Night Watchman Peter Clark who led him back to the hospital Brown was clad only in hospital py jamas and his feet were bare The temperature outdoors was 15 degrees above zero His temperature a few minutes before the plunge was 104 and when he was returned to bed It was 101He was severely cut and scratched by the glass he crashed through but his general condition seemed to be bet tered by his adventure and it is be lieved that he will recover from the attack of pneumonia FEARED TO TELL INCIDENT Bobbed iew Wallaces Aged Cousin Walked Ona Hundred and Thirty Miles Iowa City la Footsore and penni less William Morles of Bloomington 95 years old and a first cousin of afterImiles between Des Moines and Iowa City Despite the fact that he owns nearly 240000 acres of land in Texas and a fine residence Jn Bloomington the old hero of the Mexican war who had been robbed of his traveling funds and watch in Des Moines chcse to make his way to friends near Kaloma la and seek aid from them to take him home rather than call upon his assistanceIrobbed Morles was an Intimate friend of nearly every president of the United States since the Mexican war was one of the three delegates to the worlds congress of religions at the Co lumbian exposition and held the same position at the congress at Si Louis When you come across a man with a harp knife io bis pocket a soft pine shingle handy and plenty of time to loaf la wateh him If hed rather it witb his hands in hie pockets tkotw rrkiMUj dWtfcwk oa ItW it i II wmu al O L SEAUCY AND RICHMOND NATIONAL BANK Plaintiffs against WACO MINING AND MAXUFAP TUKINQ COMPANY ETC Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February Term thereof 1900 in the above styled cause the un dersigned will on Monday April 2nd J906 between the hours of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclock M on the 2nd day of April being Count Court day in front of Court House proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following de scribed property viz A Certain Tot or Parcel of Land containing ten acres of fine clay lo cateil in Madison County Kentucky on the Louisville and Atlantic R R about flve miles from Richmond at Searcy Station 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 tile and brick mili all the dies and attachments one Bensing automatic tile cutter brick tables two Raymond No 2 press shingle dies brick dies and all the tools pallets and paraphernalia connected with the plant Also all de fondants right title and interest in and to lease hold interest in about 1850 acres nf fine clay land and for a mote particular description reference i hereby made to the deed hooks of the Madison County Clerks office where said leases are recorded This in an up to date brick tile and shingle fictory in good repair mid good running order located on and surrounded by a body of the finest clav in the world it having been awarded the medal at all the re cent expositions and Worlds Fair TER ISfalt will be made on a credit of 6 12 and 18 months Till purchaser will be required to give approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judg ment bearing legal interest from the day of sale witha Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid T H COLLINS lII C M O C Qmminlonen alel TIlE BEKEA BASKING Co Plaintiff against ALECK ELIZA BCKNAJI Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity Ordpriat 1906 in the abov style cause the un dersigned will on Monday April 2 J906 between the hours of 1030 oclock A M and 12 oclock ji at the Court House door in MadiHui County Kentucky being County Court Day proceed to expose to Public Sale to thn highest and best bidder the following described property viz About Two Acres located in Madison Oonntv nearBeroa adjoininc the Clay Lick school bouse lot and the land of Turner Red Or producetheTERMS Sale will ba male on a credit of six monrns The purchaser will be required tosrive hondo with ap proved security for the payment of the purchase monev to have tho force and et o a replevin bond hearing legal interest from tho day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until paidrCommissioners Sale The Berea Banking Co Plaintiff against RoLL Charity Maupin Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of tho Madison Circuit Court rendered aLthe FebniHry Turin thereof 19rt6 in the above stylo cause the un dersigned will ot- iMonday April 2 J906 between the hours of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclock in at the Court House Kentuckybeinexpose to Public Sile to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed property viz A Certain Tract or Pracel of Land located in Madison Comity Kentucky on the waters of Walnut Meadow Creek containing 21 14 acres and elev en poles or a sufficient quantity there of to produce the sum of 12000 TERMS Sale will be made on a farm Progress CHow We Now Feed Land Which Then g Abundantly Feeds UsCTHE modern treats im soil well and W has caught tho true spirit of progress oHe a leme practicescrops lie knows his fields what each Is best capablo of pro duclng and how long it 7Mcertaintain of LHediPrenovatorstorer ot fertllt jJbringingthe proper time lathe system 1mdoesbut the average American farmer Is the most Intelligent agriculturist In the world today He is studying his busi ness When his fields lack in plant food notwith cropsheor manure The plants them selves know what Is best for studyIngthe physics of the soil play an important part in the suc workWestomach feeds the blood It the stomach is not In tho proper condition to take from food such mineral el meats as make up good ml blood then we are not man aging ourselves as well as wo manage our Holds Becaua you have indigestion sour risings dyspepsia you should aJinJ u UJ taking plenty of outdoor cixcrclse and give it a tonic which with strengthen the upthablood If rich red blood runs through the channels In our body tho arU rles and capillaries and the circulation is vigorous we areas nearly tern5uroof as possible The above facts como from no less an medicaldirectorleat Instltute at IJulTalo N Y In his ofthelarge prsctlce In a farml district he studied natures ways ami the human andherbwithout the use of alcohol which put healthfulclpableuthrowingMedical Discovery gained such a wide nearly forty years and has t st of almronleveulnce Wlthoutdoubt Of Dr IlelCtsGol eRn Bftetfrer Jnt becnl111l In Hw Jl t II credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security for the payment of thepurchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal Interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon Slid property until all the purchase money is paid T H COLLltfS M O M C C t mmi don rs l ASIIEB HESSLEV Plaintiffs against GRANVILLE GARRISON ETC Defendant Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at its February Term thereof 1006 in the above style cause the un dersi ned will on the premises Friday March 30 1906 between the hours of 1030 oclock and 12 oclock M in Madison County Kentucky proceed to expose to Public Sale 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 ad joining the Marion Todd place and containing about 134 acres This is the land of Matthias Templeton and Marv Templeton his wife T R ISSale will be made on a crrdit of six months The pui chaser will be required to irive bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment Learing legal inter est from the day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase monev is pail T H COLLINS M C M C C mmi dDn r s d Gaar bcott Oo Plaintiffs against H P Brclay 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 1005 in the above style canst the nn designed will on the 2cd day of April 190G between the hours of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclock m in front of Court House of Madison County Ken tucky being County Court Day proceed to expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest and best bidder the follow ing described property viz One 16liorse power Corliss Traction Engine with covers wagons and usual appurtenances manufactured by Gaar Scott Co 131x40 separator No 17089 and wagon with folding stacker belts and usual appurtenances mannfactrired cv Gaar Scott Co 150 feet 8 in four ply drive bel INT stacker 1 short stacker feeder 1 wooden tank on wagon pump and hone This is a first class threshing outfit and in good run ning order Almost 0s good as new prodnceot money so ordered to bo made and the costs hereof TEUMStRale will be made on a credit of 3 and 0 months The pur chaser will bfl required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the effect of a Judgment bearing legal in terest from the day of sate with a Lien recerved upon said properly until all the purchase money is paid T n COLLINS I C JC C Notice To WHOM Tins CONCERNS As the xecutrix of the estate of Barney Kelley deceas ed I hereby notify all persons having claims of indebtedness against said estate to file same properly proven or verified on or before the 4th day of June 190G with me for approbation and settlement All persons indebted to said estate Barney Kelley are requested to call and settle same with me and thereby prevent mutual annoyance I or iny representative may be found at B Kelleys shoestore on Second street in Richmond Ky This 8th of March 1900 Mrs Mary Kelley Kzecntriz of B Killeyg estate For Salt The Di liobson residence and business rooms on main street next door to Government buidin This is no of most desirable pieces of property in Richmond For particulars call on undersigned Dr H n Sandlm Richmond Ky Government Hog Cholera Remedy and free pamphlet on the disease and its cure at our store 7m2t Stockton Hagan II United States than any other stomach and blood rwnedy Start the blood to circulating properly and you cure ca catarrhIsDiscoveryJlStoresof the stomach and other organs of di gestion and nutrition and onablln the txyfect digestion and assimilation x f food madeFor a hearttrouJleach and female woaknfss writeS Mrs Co2rkIpellsanda very severe cough Finally the doc laststageshusband then boURhtme a bottle of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I thelIntttil I had taken six bottles of his Gokle 1Krlptlon a J lJtI IJTS fiLL SHIELD lens Youths and tJ The most to buy made and fit more perfectly than WiLLBargain at PopularJPrices tlI None Genuine Without the FOR SALE BY A B CLARK ASTONISHED HIt NATIVE Man With Hla Sixteen Cnlldren Inj Two Wagons Drove Into Town Glasgow Ky March 16 Wednas lay afternoon two wagons drove Into Main street loaded with 1C children rom 3 to 10 years of age At first It was thought the wagon contained a Sunday school picnic but on inquiry W H Eonls who was In charge In formed a morbid crowd that it was his family which only made the crowd stare the harder He later said that five of the children were his own and 11 of them had been adopted by him and his good wife who was a member of the party THE KENTUCKY ASSEMBLY Held a Brief Session and Adjourned Until Next Tuesday Frankfort March 16The assembly held a brief session Thursday adjourn Ing until noon Tuesday Three bills were Introduced No1 regulating du ties of revenue agents No2 to pre vent lobbying and No3 to place tax of IVi cents per gallon on rectified spirits This last named bill prevents rectifying outside the state and send ing Into Kentucky for purpose of reshipping Prisoners Break Jail Central City Ky March 1C Some of the prisoners In the jail at Green ville managed with the assistance of an accomplice on the outside to cut a hole through the roof and escape The only two on the upper floor Jim Russ In for obtaining money under false pretenses and George Lambert for houscbreaklng have not been located Thomas A Stamper Dead ML Sterling Ky March 16 News has been received of the death of Thomas A Stamper formerly of this city at Woodland Cal He was 34 years old and served six years in the SpanishAmerican war In the Philip pines He was a brother of J H Stamper of ML Sterling In a Sheet of Ice Lexington Ky March IGThe en tire blue grass section In Kentucky Is swathed in a sheet of ice Railway and Interurban cars are badly Imped ed and stock Is suffering Sleet began to fall at 9 oclock Wednesday night and rain that freezes as fast as It falls continued Thursday New Railway Line Central City Ky March 1GThe Kentucky Midland Railroad Co has commenced clearing off the right of way and is grading the roadbed In th vicinity of Cherry Hill two miles dis tant from this place It Is the Inten tion to push the construction to an early completion Took a Big Tumble Paducah Ky March 16 Western Kentucky is suffering from a severe cold wave After three days of cold rain snow and sleet are falling and the mercury has taken a big tumble Ice Is to be seen everywhere and sev eral persons have been hurt by taU Ing Blind Tiger Raided Mlddlesboro Ky March litFour officers from here raided a bUnd User that was located in the Cumberland Gap on the KentuckyTennessee state line A large quantity of whisky and beer was captured It is claimed the tiger was run by a woman The Rivers Are Rising Owlngsvllle Ky March 16Reports from the mountain section on Thursday night state that Kentucky Red and Licking rivers rose from 3tb 4 feet Thursday and are rlsn stead ily Thousands of logs are running Into the booms Big Sale of Oil Land jilarch 16G H Dimic oil jSgJoj in Beaver Creek field has purcu from Wallen Day of Hindman 16000 acres of oil land in Knott county The purchase price is not known but is said to have been large James M Clarkson Dead Covington Ky March 16 James M Clarkson one of Covlngtons most prominent citizens died of apoplexy It is related of him that he was foreman of the grand Jury more times perhaps than any other citizen of the county Found Dead In Bed Clay City Ky March 16 George WRlce of this place manager of all the branches of mercantile business of the Day Bros Lumber Co in Clay City and Eastern Kentucky was found dead In bed at his home hero Fatal Boiler Explosion ML Sterling Ky March 16The boiler of a steam mill at Lee City Mor gan county exploded William Wal ters aged IS was instantly killed and two men Injured Parts of the boiler were blown a hundred yards To Be Tried on Charge of Murder Wllllamsburg Ky March litDrCook the aged man who is accused of killing his wife on Eagle creek last Thursday night was brought out Thursday and his examinlng trial set for March 26 After the State Falr Louisville Ky March GLouts villa commercial organizations have begun a fight to secure the permanent location of the state fair and afiout 10000 has been raised for the purp- OSE United States capitalists are to erect a large meat freezing factory in At entlna Ive known at least 2 J men who could sit down and figure out that Providence had always been aein era but as far as I had time to Invtsiiiwte I found that lazines h M lMi kIem hke brodl r f THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT COMPANY CONNECTING CLEVELAND and BUFFALO WHILE YOU SLEEPI NEW STEAMEIS CITY OF BUFFALO CITY OF ERIE Both together being without doubt to all respects the and fastest that are run in the interest of the traveling public in the United States TIME CARDDAILY INCLUDING SUNDAY LIAVC ARRIVE Cleveland 8 pm Buffalo 630 am Buffalo 8 pm Cleveland 630 am STANDARD TIME ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIES STEAMIR Connections made at Buffalo with trains for all Eastern and Canadian points at Cleveland for Toledo Detroll and Welt and Southwest Tickets nttlai er US a MS will be united n tils mpas s Steamers wltbout extra cSirrc Special Low Rates Cleveland to Buffalo and Niagara Falls every Saturday Night alto Buffalo to Cleveland Ask Ticket Agents for tickets via CB Line Send lour cents illustrated pamphlet W F HERMAN 6 P Cleveland Ohio RESTORES VITALITY aMade a Well Man THEt 1of Me GaE4T W1o PBEJSrCEI 1Yproduces theabove results In 30 days It acll powerfully tad quickly CUres when all others falL Xoongmenwillregtin their lost rntnhoodand old men will recover their youthful vigor by using REVIVO It quickly and surely restores Nervota out Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emissions Lost Power Falling Memory TTastlne Diseases sad til effects cf EeUabnea or excess and indiscretion nhlch unfits one for study business or marriage It not only cures by starting at the seat of disease but litgreat nerve tonlo and blood builder brinK InK back the pink glow to palo cheeks and re storing the Ore of youth It wards off Insanity and Consumption Insist on having REVIVO na other Tt can be carried In vest pocket By matt SIOO per package or tlz tot B5OO with poll tlve written guarantee to cure or refund the money nook and advise tree Address ROYAL MEDICINE CO lMg8ufS 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 obtain able jo to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the peo ple who sell D a ea lOa S eCO a 1 a1all guaranteed to give satis faction and we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company D R Freeman Mgr Phone J 84 Yard Aspen av Not Only at Christmas is our line of goods desirable but at all times of the year We carry such a beautiful line of Silver Cut Glass Clocks Watches and Jewelry of every description that it attracts all lovers of the beautiful to our store We make a specialty of engraving Watch repairing carefully attended to Our stock is complete our price reasonable Give us a calf L E Lane Jeweler Chesapeake Ohio RAILWAY Schedule from Winchester Kym effect February 1 1900 subject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis and Southwest llC7 a mot 018 p m daily West bound Local Trains 855 a m GSO pm except Snndav for Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Nodolk 730 am438p tdal1y ELbowmd Local Trains tm 2ti iwtS df EAfiS-v economical REViVO Rates TO I California Northwest Tickets on Sale Daily Until April 7th J906 Uso ciBecliniogChaiKCgra or pay a very moderato sum for berth in PuJ1lJa u Tourist Sleeping Car Take your choice of two good routes via El Paso Short Line or through Scenic Colorado Our Tourist Folder will bo of interest Ask also for illustrated Cali fornia Book in colors wheh writing for exact rates from your home town j o Geo II Lee II I McGuire Gen Pass Agt Dist Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O Grand Opera House Saturday March 24 MATINEE and NIGHT Rowland Clifford Present the Quaint Comedy Drama Dora XHorneA Strong Acting Company An Elaborate Production Matinee f 25 35 and 50 cents Night I 253550and 75 cents D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY J 0 DM OHENADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery A MILLER ATTOEMBTATIUW RICHMOND KBSTUCTT- Offlce n the Barnaul Building next door to rmers National Bank feb3ly SULL ANJA ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY IJ GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW OfficsoverC A Taylorshard ware store opposite Court House Dr GG Perry Physician and Surgeon Hours 810 to II a m 2 to 4 p m Office with Dr Bales over Rice Arne IaRes Tele 525 RICHSIONr KY Dr FredS Smith Dentist Hobson Building PHONE i RICHMOND KENTUCKY Marshall K Denny Dentist Office over State Dank Trust Co Telephone 293 RICHMOND KY VM Blanton DENTIST 43Offlce in Bennett Building anlT TELEPHONE 194 KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew CONSUMPTION Price FOR OUOHSand 50c100JOLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all XX OAZ and LUNG TBOOTU LWot MONEY BACK I iVhv B O MmVfcfw FMlMudcttTJKOfJerty for wife J D WTxiMM l 1 S andI L 1 Tim Ta l Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox LT 1248 p m Tills En resa south bonnd 1355 pm Ko2 Knoxvllle Clnnatl 155 p m Express north bound 200 pm No4Knoxville Cinnatl 405 am Express north bound 410 am No Knoxvllle Cinnatl ll54pm Express south bound ll59pm No 10 Stanford and Mays 610 a m villa Accm north bound 810 a m No Stanford and Mays 720 P m vllle Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to Alt Vernou Accm south bound 915 a m No 29 Cynthlana and 940 am Stanford expo south 1250 pm 350 p m No 30 north bound 30pm Loiisie Atlantic Ratal DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For VersaillesLawrenceburg Shel l35pand m For Irvine and Beattjrvllie 845 om For Irrine and Beattyville 1125 am TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington andlli5nmCincinnati 8CJIr m From Ileattyville and Irvine p ni From BeattyTille and Irvlne 635 pm H R SMITH O F PA KyROffice Glyndon Hotel Richmond K Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop AH Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar pricesbefore this linef We will save you money New Carriage Works Newby Ky ++ ++CALL AT ++++ JONES R MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upta ate and accommo dation SewlM Saratoga Watw Keft M Tap lIHJf nJiiIiD 3 Second St patent style of body and fully i nr00PJJ Imoderncr kinds too for more or less Surrey Runabout It the thtt our vehU that mikes rood ourreposltory you lon1 Id to be espeIaIJv concernedabout its wearing Come and select from several hundred models Kentucky Carriage Works Plume 233 C F RIGGINS I he Richmond Climax I WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 19- OWAFtAll I kinds sewing Mrs E A Jv tiff phone 178 fifth street tf Poi t grumble This weather will riMKp us appreciate Sprint all the more J Xannie Embry colored was taken t ie Lexington Asylum last week by I iv sheriffs MeUord and Wells TVpry housekeeper loves ne- wfnre nod house fixtures when Si cleaning Ime comes We are Ijlsrters for such W S OLDHAM verifl P B Broaddns is the proud r of one of the handsomest revol tiT seen here It is the rIof iu W Fife of this city and il pure gold with an ivory handle V new the weapon cost 200 and is ily prized bv Cousin Pleas rt clock in the tower of the Otis t H use will BOOB be fitted np with v i s and it is hoped that the strik wirhe more regular than Tore This change was brought s jy Postmaster Wallace who has arnt iatint with the authorities fo s mi time exchange in speaking of a de citizen said We knew him as u per cent the more he made s he spentthe more he got the lOothes deadwe dont know Wehf wentbut if life soul to jd n was senthell own the harps arge em rent 1orp is a difference between aged r and old meats Aged meat is i sty tender and can be properly fla el only by pellect dy refrlgera t ur cooler is scientifically sweet and sanitary It you non I to buy meats from us than else VieDOUGLAS CULTOX rplIme 125 Main street a t To the young man just out of col with a head 60 wide and high that barely enter the door of the- rg humble cottage we would say value lada brain at less than r refnt the par value of your 11 He may have some Ideas insidi tV old pate that wonld come n it waist high to yours even if he 0 vf to live nearly half his days int w and poke age before you it worth white to be born Kirjer = March are now fixed nice ai tjat in the Collins building over Ipr Evans Furniture store- T il be glad to have their friends c aop them All indebted to this ll peaeca1 and settle for the vrv much in need of money be if their fire losses Very respect fnllv FAKLRT b MARCH farmer says that he rids his farn t Tiq In the followtns manner 1 number of niece of shingles T TT nit alont halt a tpasnoonful of v ec snd on that I put a amal i 0 concentrated Ive and then nMehingl aroun1unt1Ercrihlo ipx nmrnine I fonnd some 40 Ienl the rest left for part v vi I have cleaned several f r 11 a ppgta in th uamo wav and r r Lnpw it to full We hope some plpyq will try it and report TnaxtntUaoJion a rnral comedy f Si PliinVurcl will he seen at rRn1 Wednpftday starch 21st nn of the most lanehahle plays i upon the state but at thp a i IIP it has an interesting plot It ol hy an excellent cast ma rhiracter comedian J C I in the title role The piece If of clever comediant iluction a Trnws the public wants and has s ii elfat work to meet the de thl result is a rural comedy tuB pr situations and quaint charac t s enlivened by that indefinable 5 irvleo which is the life and soul t r ifat Inme lv drama o inwinia Kv March 30 1903 Mr F W Hall fit Louis Deal SrIwouLd liketo become your ageni fr the gale nf your medicine In thU neighbrhood Your Texas Wondei has Yftbe life lone man whim two itoriir had given up to die and there iN of your medicine eoli neirtr ttiNi ffti4i miles of this place oo I wnM bp ptfI4 to hear from von concerning the zencv as soon as pos sible ED DBAFFEN Symsonia Ky A Texas Wonder One email bottle of the Texas Won lhr Halls Great Discovery cures all kliTtry and bladder troubles remove cnres diabetes seminal ernie BKTIB weak and lame backs rheuma tism and al irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and wOmen recnlates bladder troubles in children If not sold by ynurdrnRBist will be sent by mail on receipt One mall bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfecta cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials by all drnezista 3m aytf Our 13000 Phaeton probably contains more real dollar fn dollar value than anything you conl select It is titled with our guarantee rubber tires of large sIb natural grail feat trimmings roekt rs covered with leather full Ieth tnn guaranteed O Wnpn Isnt reputation makes our reputation costs Mo travel Sold Th trials of the Harfris ham tribe hRQ been postponed nnwi next fall at which time all witnesses promise to twjpadv Exit AcCcnntint Here Mr l E Pearce an expert account tnt ci TjPxingtnn arrived Monday to complete the work of Investigating the sty hOOIrA whlrh was begun some time ign by Mr Garland Mr Pearce come hichlv rppoinnipuden and will take up the wori where ofr Garland left off Crap Shooters Arrtstrt Deputy ShpIff McConl and Bush went to Silver Creek last Monday they raided a crap game capturing thirteen yonng men Eleven of whom confessed and were fined 322 and cost the remaining two were held over all bail Lost Dot On Ratnndav evening near Witts Store in E till county one male scotch Poodle snow white with small yellow spot on ear He is about 10 years old and one eye is weak Liberal reward for his return Mrs Sarah Schoonver Care of 3riggs Livery Stable Richmond Ky New HllllnerT 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 in vite their many friends to call and in spect their stock They have only theI newest and most uptodate goods which are sere to please the most fas tidious tf Entire Police Force Arraigned As a result of several persons beinsr seen on the streets in a drunken con dition and no arrests made Mayor OBrien of Paris notified Chief of Po lice Hill to have the entire police force appear before him at thecouncil chamber The Mayor believes there has been relaxation of the Sunday closing law and il possible will ascertion who are responsible Thats the way to find out Sonctlocs to School Tratees An auxiliary department of practi rAI work in parliamentary usage de bating etc has added much interest to the course at the Paris HigTi School rids work is done in connection with department of English in which many of the students are showing narked ability If pupils were taught parliamentary usage in school it would be of vast service all during their livep How many parliamentarians in Rich mond Try to name one pedalJIUOI for Garters County Deputy Sheriff Jak Adams of Rarrard county was in Richmcnd Sat urday to secure fiftv men to go to Lan caster Moncay From that number will be selected a special jury to try W H Ward charged with the mnrdtr of Henry Patterson LATERThe following gentlemen were selected to compose the jury to try this important case Valentine Hard in Thomas Samuels 8 K Dun an Walter Azbill G H Myers Mr Whickers B R Million S H Thorpe Jaiues Cosby E V Elder Jonah Parks 3 A Deatherflsre Equal Rights Meeting The men and women members of the Madison County Equal Rights association will bn welcomed at the residence of Mrs Mary B Clay and any such friends as are interested in the improvement ot womans legal con litlon to discuss aplan of work for the vear and to organize a class to study 1lhe Kentucky laws in regard to the property rights of late given to women and such laws that should be amended ir blotted out that work an injury to our omen and affect their rights and well being Reports will be read from our late state and national convention and other matters of interest Come all next Thursday March 22 1006 RespU Mary B Clay A New Office At Its regular session the Legislature created theoffice of State Fire Marshall fhis new officer is to be selected by the Commissioner of Insurance a deputy in whose office he is to be nn ler the terms of the act and his compensation is fixed at 5400 annually His duties are to look into all fires be ileved to be ot Incendiary origin auu secure evidence to be placed before the Commonwealths Attorney of the District in which the fire occurs so that suspected persons may be prosecuted in the courts tor arson The salary the Fire Marshal and all expenses Incident to investigations conducted nn der the law are to be borue by the fire insurance companies writing business- In the Kentucky field and these companies urged the passage of the law Under the law a tax of onethird per cent on the gross premiums of all such companies is levred to pay the ex pense ot the Marshal in making investigation COIMBY 14uDuring trm recent fire we locked up m our lijQFire and Burglar Proof Vault I Wy I MUioit DoUn worth of Notes Bonda Mortgages and Cash knowing that they were perfectly safe even it our building should burn If it is safe for our valuables would it not be safe for yours We rent boxes perfectly private The renter has the key You should have one State Bank Bank Trust Co J STABILITY i r T i tt t itr i T iB zE1 II every man knew all about wed sell all the collars sold in brand are pure linen and far and away the finest for the price J The goods behind the advertisement jpcures the business WPo have the roodand we make the prices that liII help you secure the best values for he money W5 OLDIIAM Royal Arcs attn Up to the time of to pre s ov erything pertaining to th Lodge meeting of the Boal AreatiumI passing oh quietly and we were unable to obtain the name ot newly rtlectPrt officers This meeting is quite an important one in this order and fr the occasion quite a number rf guests were assembled Ve will give a more detailed account lit the affair including the banquet of last night in our next issue The School Book case Attorneys W I Williams L Walker and Judge M C Saufiev ceeded in getting judgement In the Lincoln circuIt court to which the- cae was transferred from Garrard against Ginn Co of Boston for ten thousand dollars for breach of contract in the sale of school books It will be remembered that former ent of schools Mrs Lewis I Walker instituted suit in the Garrard court against this firm for the sum of 10000 for alleged breach of contract it being claimed the Ginn Co forfeited their bond of10000 by failure to sell school hooks as cheap hero as in other states A former judgement was given for ef 310000 some time ago and If the court of appeals affirms both judgements it is will give the sum of 20000 to the Garrard county school fund Lancaster Record Thrilling Experience i Mr T L Todd secretary of the Ha an Gas engine Co had a thrilling and Kjuiewbnl dangerous experience with a elephone the wires of which were crossed with an electric wire last Fri day night He was awakened about 1230 by a sharp ringing of the phone tpd was In the act of answering when be received a shock In his excitement be removed the phone from the wall which left the wires throwing sparks over the room nearly causing a serious fire Mr Todd Is distusted with tele phones arid says if people want to alk wIth him after office hours they will IVK to call at his home or wait until hey see him Winchester Sun Senti nel Mr Todd who is a son of Mr George 3 Toddof Speed well tas many friend Iere who will be rejoiced to know he- scaped without injury Senator Mctrean Asked To alive Postofflce Uock lighted At Right Mayor Woods has addressed the fol lowing appeal to Senator McCreary RICHMOND Ky MABCII 15 06 Honorable James B McCreary United States Senate Mv DEAR SacAvoRFrom enclosed- notice in this mornings Pautagraph you will that authority has been conferred upon the Custodian of the Public Building here Postmaster C C Wallace to change the motive power of the clock upon the Government Build tug from water to tho gravity or weight system owing to the fluctuating pres sure of the water It occurs to me that it would a good time now when the matter men tioned IB up to ask you to your ef forts to havetranlucent dials put into the clock faces of our Government Building and have them illuminated at night as is done in most public buildings having clock and as you know is the case with our Court House 1 should be glad to have a letter front you on this subject to bring before the Commercial Club at its next Intetlng- Thia would greatly please the citizeps- here and give them a night service reel ognized these days as O E WOODS Mayot aKd See Commercial r The Clothing That Fits IAfter a life long experience in handling cloehing always striving to maintain the highest quality we are ready to assure our customers that the HKentontt brand stands un equaled for everything that goes to make up clothing excellence Fit Style Quality are combined in every garmentthe result of carefully tested material designed and finished by honest conscientious tailors of experience and skill l For spring we are showing a beautiful assortment of the newest fabrics fashioned in the latest styles in both single and double breasted models with a range of sizes so complete and so I perfectly adapted to men of every shape and build that it is a positive waste of time and money to have clothing made to measure We suggest early buying while assortments are fullest KENTON SUITS 1250 1500 1700 1800 2000 2250 2500 OTHER SUITSi 1000 800700t 500 Barkers CollarsI- f t Collars RichmondOur Barkers a 2sold 2for25cOther otl going wi Lewis sue superintend see be use everywhere necessityRespectfully The above is a true likeness of MRS Mary Lear of Paint Lick who is onF the candidates in the free trip to Europe She has many in Madison who are working for her and as Garrard is so close to us it nothing but proper that MissLear should receive strong support from Mndi son She is onlv popular in her home town but all over the state wherever known The Climax Miss Lear on the splendid race she is making and hopes to see her name among the winners Interesting Meeting of Madison tommy Far mers Unb The regular meeting of the Madison County Farmers Club was held at the court house in this city Saturday afternoon Considering the inclemency of Frankfort to which this gentleman was sent as a delegate from Madison county He expressed his regrets that Madison county did not have a larger delegation at the meeting held at the capital as it was the delightful and enthusiastic meeting of farmers that he had ever attended and that as- a result of this meeting great good would surely result Following Prof Masons report Judge Goodloe exhibited a peck of apples which he had preserved in their ural state Bis method for keeping apples throughthe most severe winter weather is a very simple one and ac cording to his theory there is no reason why farmers shoo Id not have fresh apples throughout the winter The apples on displav were knocked from the trees in October and placed in a barrel the heading nailed down and left In the orchard and there remained until Friday evening when Judge Goodloe filled a Rack holding about a peck and brought them to town That the apples freeze Is an evident fact but if ther are left in this state until thawen out they are as fresh as if jnst gathered from the trees Judge Good loe stated that this was an old method of ker plug apples but is not generally known in Madison county The writer had the pleasure of eating one of the apples exhibited and found no evidence of tho fruit ever having been frozen In fact we have never tasted one better Judge Goodloe will write an article on the subject of How to Keep Apples for the next issue f the Climax Proto g C Mason delivered a fine lecture on the Prese vatlon of Soil a which was greatly enjoyed by those present Be auretp s e Dora Thorne Mat- inse Salarday pricesjilo and 25 coats n i Spring 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 COVINGTONarLnNIn CourierJournals friends not congratulates ErJmos nat Ptnchases a fumiT C Vaughn bought last week from Real BiggerstafT lila farm on the Jacks Creek pike containing 223 acres atS50 per acre Possession will be given April let Mr Vaughn also purchased from Mr Biggerstaff 10 head ol hogs to cattle and mules tithing Ready Eor The Conclave The members of the drill team of the lacal commandery Knights Templar are meeting twice a week for drills in order to be ready for the approaching conclave which will be held in May in Paris Captain Greenleaf and Lieu tenant Hercheler have charge of the team and sonic excellent work wlll be d one by the time they are to go to Paris Fiscal Court Proceedings The Madison County Fiscal Court met Thursday Judge N B Turpin presiding It was ordered that Judge- S B Tnrpin and Clerk Jesse Cobb bor row SuQ to pay Lemuel Williams fOJI pike work for 1005 Order that W S Hunley be appointed a committee to settle the ac count of the Treasurer of Madison county and report his acts at the relZuj lar April term of Fiscal court The following order was also entered on the record It appearing to the court that 8000 has been applied from the turnpike and refunding bond sinking fund by the order of the County Judge tq the payment ni jib turnpike bonds to wit Bonds No 2 345 and 6 the first three of which fell due in the year 1004 and the other three in the year 1005 and it l1rt her appearing that taxcg were lev ed to pay off these said bonds 3 000 of which was levied in the year 1904 and 3000 In the year 1905 and the sheriff was directed to col lect SLId tax to pay otTeaid bonds and did collect it and that the moalerso collected to pay them off is in the jeD era tired It Is now ordered that 0000 be charged to the said general tend and transferred from it and cred lied to the stilt lurnplke and Refunding Bnnd Sinking Fund to satisfy tits amount drawn out ol same to payoff said six bonds and time sinking fund commissioners will hold this said 0000 and army other money that is in the lukn fnnd subject lo the orders of this court o Little Love Stories Mamige licines were issneI last veeka Mr Jam i Park y and Must tliiinie Ray Va IJIe both of Rockcasj lie conntvIIAbrahim both of Rockcastle county ito were married iu this city last rhurs daybie Mr Ltrne House of Blue Grass this Rountv and Miss Rachel Green ofof Red House were married last Sat urr day in Winchester a James W Kelley of Valley Viewta and Miss Majrijitr Richardson of them tame place were married at the brides home lust Thurslay The marriage of Mr S F Rock ands IIss Mnja Prather will be solemnized thus morning at eleven oclock at Ihe residence of the brides parent the ceremony to lie said by the bridBV father Rev J W Pratber After a luncheon Mr and Mrs Rock will leave for a short Southern trip and upon their return xvill be at home at the rca idence of Mrs Claude Smith on Second itreet This marriage is the culmination of a happy courtship extending the theover several years and no couple ever jollied hearts and hands with more general good islies than this one 01 Captain Rock too much cannot be said lie is mm of the most thoroughly gentlemanly men it has ever been our hi uleasureto kw Having been associated with him in business the writer knows toil won the splendid character of the happy groom He has tilled many positions of responsibility and trust awl at irent is extensively in terested in oil arid mining lands in the Eastern Kentucky fields Miss Prather a daughter of Rev J W Prather and is one of our citys most highly teemed young ladies Modest and eweet in disposition and possessed with those hells of domestic culture v that will make her indeed a helpmate 9 the man of her choice The genial Captain arid his bride have scores ol j friends who wish them all tire happl ness possible erich none of them extent more hearty coni ratulations than yt editor and thf whole Climax force Eggs tor sale Whitmans Hrown Leghorn and Franks KHI red Plymouth Rock Eggs for sale Jeghirn 75 cents per setting of 15 Plymouth Rocks 100 Hatch of seven guaranteed MBS CLARK Rice II F D No3 raar2l4t Richmond Ky Udllan Qtb Notts The year which is nearing a close in CecIHan Club work has been one 01 the most thoroughly enjoyable and beneficial in the history of the organ zatiou The last meeting was held with Miss natheriiie Walker last Wednesda erich besides quite a full attendance of members a large number of visitors were present Miss Walkers meetings are always delightful and the club each time seems to prow more in sympathy with the wonderful Cecilian which interprets the grand symphonies of the old masters in such faultless style Miss Walker give two movements of the 0 minor Symphony the Tanhauser Overture and the Andante from the Kreutzer S iata Mrs W S Oldham and Miss Laura Bright sang with the Cecilian accompaniment Mrs H B Hangers solo A Day Dream by trekszkiwithviolin obllgato by Pro fessor Taylr was much eiijoyed Her accompaniment was played by Miss Eva Smith who is one of Richmonds promising young pianiets The literary features were handled by Mrs R R Burnam who gave a full analysis of uthoven8 Fifth Symphony and Mr- sAR Rnrnnm who gave a general sum- waryof the noted Symphonies At the close of the delightful program KB ele aut lunch was served and much pleas tint soda chat indulged in Time next meeting wIlt ho held with Mrs G W Pickets lIe Iesideut 61 tIme ctak OB March 28th 1 P t A Reputation How It Was Made and Retained A good reputation is not easily earned and it was only by hard con sistent work among our citizens that Doans Kidney Pills won their way the prowl distinction attained in locality The public endorse of scores has rendered invalua service to the community John Black residing at tire corner Clay and Elm Streets bit Sterling Kysays Doans Kidney Pillare good medicine and I have no best tion in saying that if anyone who be suffering with any of the com plaints for whicn they are recom mnnded will give them a good fair tral they will be benefitted For ome years I was subject to attacks myhipsInies the pain would be so severe in these parts that I could scarcely be able to get around and tbere was also a difficulty with the kidney secretions which was an almost constant irritation Hearing of Doans Kidney Pills I procured a box and although I did not give them a fair trial not taking them as regularly as directions calico for I can from good effects I noticed say that I think highlyof the merits of this remedy Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Middletons drug store and ask what reportFor Price 50c FosterMilburn Co Remember the name Doans and take no then Sold by B L Mid dleton For to all toes Jt I Finest and best Shoes made for the price Try them 350 and 400 Cttle Wanted We have on hand about 1200 shocks of fodder and want 50 or 100 cattle to feed Potts Duerson 17jan tf Whites Station Ky Every young man and woman possible should enter the Business Col eae and qualify for good positions Prof Lippard has calls for more grad uates than he can furnish and wants more bright students mar4 2t MISS JULIA H HIGGINS and Examiner for Madison Co Ky Business and Pupils Solicited Phone 354 r for and find and the for and and and call new and and suit the pantry be clean What it be clean or if your meats from a is not clean Be con sistent white market is sweet clean It you no to buy meats there than elsewhere Main street marl 2t by M F Silver Creek Co at S2 set ting ol 16 Eggs with city be given prompt Mesdames to their that just from the city a full of and new and of very The most line of Childrens ever brought to this city forget to call and see us rooms over iltons dry goods store 1st and Carter of Cincinnati will of the trimming ait r 12th 1 tm DONTMISS OUR OFk71 Mens + CLOTHESThey are now your inspec tion youll that express all that most correctin pattern beautifullyFplates specially prepared by celebrated BSTERNSON TAILORS YORK 7r we agents here 71 The fabrics for Top Trousers the of leading domestic millsfine IuI in quality distinguished in character Among them we special attention to F efleets in gray worsteds is tinguished patterns in cassimeres Walkover Shoes ItSpring come in shapes feet stylish uptodate easylasts fa BANKSJr Stenographer Typewriter You absolutely that the kitchen and perfectly matters whether they not come market that Cultons scientifically andsanitary costs more Tel ephone 125 Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs Mrs Madison Ky per eggs left Jas this will attention Parrish and Wines Beg leave inform friends they have return where they bought supply Ladies Misses Qhilrends Headwear Everything latest styles complete Hats Don at our Lackey Ham Corner Main streets Miss Rosa be in charge March m7l7I7I F for MadetoMeasure ready they fashionably 71 shade fashion New York customtailors EXCLUSIVE CUSTOM 7FNEW whom are Suits Coats are latest productions foreign mixed cheviots tweeds WalkOvers demand Douglas sold Arbuckle Arbuckle department t- It will give us pleasuretoshow you our complete assortment and should you care to place an order we can assure you of garments made to your individual measure precisely as you want that equal in every respect theffi creations of the most expensive customtailors and tMt cost only about half as much i Rice and Jlrnold 1 The One Price House 71 li a r ftC Iif I I t tri ic r t I I I itS S I f J tr w 1f- VN wr 1 T T r I = I 1i- f modern 00OurRiinaboutqFeand I Its the vehicles mkes otir good If out of ait concerneditsKentucky Carriage Pi np 232 C F HIGGINS I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1906 w uAll kinds sewing Mrs EI ir phone 178 firth street tf t grumble This weather will l us appreciate Spring all the more J Miirie Kmbry colored was taken Lexington Asylum last week by P v sheriffs McOord and Wells I vry housekeeper lores new n lirr and house fixtures when ileanine time comes We are olrttrs for such W S OIDIIAM rift P B Broaddus is the proud of one of the handsomest revol r seen here It in the IiofW Fife of this city and ip pure gold with an ivory handle nw the weapon cost S200 and prized bv Cousin Pleas clock in the tower of the Cue se will soon be fitted np with Int it is hoped that the strik wiFbe more regular than ir This change was brought 1ostmaster Wallace who hap jntmtincr with the authorities M time xrhiuge in speaking of a de itizpn said We knew him as jr centthe more he made HP spent the more he Jot the 1nthes deadwe dont know n went hut if hip soul to k iv was sent hell own the harps 81 ire em rent is a difference between aged 111 and old meats Aged meat is v tender and can be properly itonl by refrigera t ar cooler is scientifically sweet tI1l sanitary It costs you not buy meats from us than else a f DOUGLAS CULTOX hone 125 Main street a rin votmtr man just out of col ti a hd eo wide and high that narely enter the door of the humble cottage we would say iiu dads bran at less than ty r int the par value of your He may have some Ideas insidi ijvold pate that would come waist high to yours even if he o live nearly half his days in and poke age before you ti it worth while to be born i v March are now fixed nice Bi it in the Collins building ov- ertr A Evans Furniture store Uc slwl to have their friends 1 them All indebted to this tr p1pAe pal and settle forthev r rnneh in need of money be their fire losses Very rpsect full v FA KLVV k MARCH imior mVe that he rids his farm in the followins manner inlrnI pieces of shingles H niuutt halt a teaspoonful of on that I put a amal oi twwitrat d lye and then M hinifUsaroiin lnndprcrihp x t morntnc I found some 40 in the rpt left for parts I have cleaned several iiptq in th same wav and IW it to fell We hope some t will trV Itnud report Tt stt ptinn a rural comedy i PlnnVnrcl will he seen at 4Il Wednenday March 21st me of the mOt laughable plays niwm the staire but at the FI HIM it tms an interesting plot It t y an excellent cast with Is Itmracter comedian J C L in the title role The piece if liietjfn of a clever comedian liws thin public wants and hap 111at work to meet the de IP result is a rural comedy full + r situations and quaint charac enlivened by that indefinable I II which is the life and soul n fnmedv drama inonntn Kv March 30 1903 K W HHllSt Louis Mo Veal I wmild like to become your agent icFal nf your medicine In thl iiorhood Your Texas Wondei ott lie liflIt one man whon itiirs had iiiven up to die and in none or your medicine soli j r limn fifteen miles of this place f wniiii l e pleased to hear from yOU prning the agency HR soon as pot ti En Ky A Texas Wonder small bottle of the Texas Won halts Great Discovery cures all l laeyand bladder troubles remove rtyC cures diabetes seminal ernie s weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the ki- drs and bladder in both men and wlfIn recnlates bladder troubles in el Idren If not sold byyour druggist will be sent mail on receipt of 11 mall bottle is two months treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a rue Dr Ernest W Halls manu hlIrAr P O box 629 St Louis Mote for testimonials Sold by all crajeista 3m aytf Our 13000 Phaeton probably contains more real dollar fn dollar value than anything you coul select It is totted with our guarantee rubber tires of large slznatural grail feat trhnuiings rock rs covered wit patent leather full leather top will 1HI that reputation Works peitectdiy sole The trials of the Harris Calla ham tribe baq been postponed until next fallat which time all witnesses promise to he readv Ezpnt AcCountant Here Mr L E Pearce an expert accountant o t Tpxhll ton arrived Monday to complete the cork of Investigating the ity hooka whlrh was begun some time tpro hy Mr fSarland Mr Pearce comes hichlv repoinnienden and will take up the work where Mr Garland left off Crap Shooltrs Arrested Deputy SheIfT McUord and Bush went to Silver Creek last Monday where they raided a crap game cap Luring thirteen young men Eleven of whom confessed and were fined 22 and cost the remaining two were heldc over on bail Lost Dog On Sntuadav evening near Witts Store in Entill county one male Scotch Poodle snow white with small yellow spot on ear He is about 10 years old and one eye is weak Liberal reward for his return Mrs Sarah Schoonver Care of 3riggs Livery Stable Richmond Ky 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 in pect their stock They have only theC newest and most nptodate goods which are sure to please the most fas c lidious tf Entire Police Force Arraigned As a result of several persons being seen on the streets in a diunken conS dition and no arrests made Mayor OBrien of Paris notified Chief of Po lice Hill to have the entire police force appear before huts at thecouncil chamber The Mayor believes there has been relaxation of the Sunday closing law and if possible wilt ascertion who are responsible Thats the way to find out j Suggestions to School Trustees An auxiliary department of practi eat work in parliamentary usage de bating etc has added much interest to the couise at the Paris High School This work is done in connection with the department of English in which many of the students are showing narked ability If pupils were taught parliamentary usage in school it would be of vast service all during their lives How many parliamentarians in Rich mond Try to name one pedal Jurors for Canard County Deputy Sheriff Jack Adams of fiarnird county was in Richmond Sat nrday to secure fiftv men to go to Lancaster Moncay From that number will be selected a special jury to try W H Ward charged with the murder of Henry Patterson LATER The following gentlemen were selected to compose the jury toe try this important case Valentine Hardin Thomas Samuels B K Dun an VvTalter Azhill G H Myors Mr Whickers B B Million S H Thorpe Jaiues Cosby E V Elder Jonah Parks S A Deatherage Equal Rights Meeting The men and women members ofI the Madison County Equal Rights association will bn welcomed at the residence of Mrs Mary B Clay and any such friends as are interested in the improvement ot womans legal con lition to discuss aplan of work for the vear and to organize n class to study the Kentucky laws in regard to the property rights of late given to women and such laws that should be amended ir blotted out that work an injury to our women and affect their rights and well being Reports will be read from our late state and national convention and other matters of interest Come all next Thursday March 22 1906 Respt Mary B Clay A New Office At its regular session the Legislature created the office of State Fire Marshall This new officer is to be selected by the Commissioner of Insurance a deputy in whose office he is to be un ler the terms of the act and his com pensation is fixed at 5400 annually His duties are to look into all fires be lieved to be ol incendiary origin auu secure evidence to be placed before the Commonwealths Attorney of the Dis trict in which the fire occurs so that suspected persons may be prosecuted in the courts for arson The salary of the Fire Marshal and all expenses in cident to investigations conducted under the law are to be borne by the fire insurance companies writing business In the Kentucky field and these companies urged the passage of the law Under the law a tax of onethird per the premiums of all cent on gross such companies is leved to pay the ex pense ot the Marshal in making investigation mam During the recent fire we locked up in our Fire and Burglar Proof Vault Sewlj a BlIUiHiin lolln wottb of Notes Bond Mortgages and Cash knowing that they were perfectly safe even if our building should burn If it is safe for our valuables would it not be safe for yours We rent boxes perfectly private The renter has the key You should have one State Bank Bank Trust Co I pro r 1 WT i TH Ii-I II r 6 If every man all wed sell all the collars sold in brand are pure linen far and away the finest sold the The goods behind the ailvirlisement ecures the business We have the jnodri and we make the prices that till you secure thp best value for he money W P OLIHIAM Royal Arcanum Up to the time IIf going to pres ev eryihinir pertaining to Lodge meeting of the Iioal Arcanl1mI was passing oh quietly and we were unable to obtain the name of newly rtlectecl officers This meeting is quite an importmii one in this order and ft r the occasion quite a number rf guests were assembled We will give a more detailed account ot the affair including this banquet of last night in our next issue The School Book case Attorneys W I Williams Lewis L Walker and Judge M C Saule sue ceeded in getting judgement in the Lincoln circuit court to which the e was from Garrard against Ginn a Co of Boston for ten thousand dollars for breach of contract in the sale of school books It will be remembered that former superintend etit of schools Mrs Lewis 1 Walker instituted suit in the Garrard court igainst this firm for the sum of 10000 for alleged breach of contract it being claimed the Ginn Co forfeited their bond of 10000 by failure to sell school hooks as cheap here as in other states A former judgement was given for of 310000 some time ago and If the court of appeals affirms both judgements it is will give the sum of 20000 to the Garrard county school fund Lancaster Record Thrilllcc Mr T L Todd secretary of the Ha an Gas engine Co had a thrilling and dangerous experience with a elephone the wires of which were crossed with an electric wire last Fri lay night He was awakened about 1230 hy a sharp ringing of the phone ejid was In the act of answering when he received a shock In his excitement he J removed the phone from the wall which left the wires throwing spakt over the room nearly causing a serious fire Mr Todd is disgusted with tele phones and says if people want tov alk with him after office hours they wIll live to call at his home or wait until hey see him Winchester Sun Sentit nelMr Todd who is a son of Mr George 3 Todd of Speedwell has many friends iiere who will be to know he scaped without injury Senator HcUtiiT Asked To Hare The Pcstoffice jock Lighted At KlgU Mayor Woods has addressed the fol lowing appeal to Senator McCreary RICHMOND KY MARdI 15 Honorable James B McCreary United States Senate MY DEAR SEXATOR From enclosed notice in thin mornings Pantacraph you will see that authority has been conferred upon the Custodian of the Public Building here Postmaster C C Wallace to change the motive power of the clock upon the Build ing from water to the gravity or weight system owing to the fluctuating pres sure of the water It occurs to me that it would be a good time now when the matter men tioned is up to ask you to use your ef forts to have tranlucent dials put into the clock faces of our Government Building and have them illuminated at night is done in most public buildings having clock and as you know is the case with our Court House- 1 be glad to have a letter from you on this subject to bring before the Commercial Club at its next This would greatly please the citizens here and give them a night service rec ognized everywhere these days as a necessityRespectfully f1E WOODS Mayor and Sec Commercial r r ii 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 everythiug that goes to make up clothing excellence Fit Style Quality are combined in every garmentthe result of carefully tested material designedand finished by honest conscientious tailors of experience and skill For spring we are showing a beautiful assortment of the newest fabrics fashioned in the latest styles in both single and double breasted models with a range of sizes so complete and so perfectly adapted to men of every shape and build that it is a positive waste of time andmoney to have clothing made to measure We suggest early buying while assortments are fullest KENIThV SUITS 1250 1500 1700 1800 2000 2250 2500 OTHER SUITS 1000 800 700 500 Barkers Collars knew about Collars RichmondOur Brkers jjrA and for price 2for25cOther help transferred Experience toinewhat rejoiced Government should meeting The above is a true likenees of Mary Lear of Paint Lick who is ont the in the free trip to Europe Site has many friends in Madison who are working for her and as Garrard is so close to us nothing but proper that Miss Lear should strong support Madi son She is not only in her home town but all over the stale known The Climax lies Lear on the race she is making and hopes to see her name among thin winners Meeting of Madison County farmers Uub This regular of the Madison County Farmers Club was held at the court house in this city Saturday after noon the inclemency of the weather a large crowd was present and enjoyed the talks made by Judge D Goodloe of White Statmu and Prat O Mason of Berea The first business before the club was a report hy Prof Mason of the State meeting at Frankfort to which this gentleman sent as a delegate from Madison county lie expressed his regrets that Madison county did not have a larger delegation at the meeting held at the capital as it was the mos delightful and enthusiastic meeting of farmers that he hall ever attended and that as a result of this meeting great good would surelv result Following Prof Masons report Judge Goodloe exhibited a pock of apples which he had preserved in their natr ural state His method for apples most severe winter weather is a very simple one and ac cording to his theory there is no reason why faririrs shoo Id not have fresh apples thin winter The apples on were knocked from the trees in October and placed in a barrel the heading nailed down and left in the orchard and there remained until Friday evening when Judge Goodloe filled a sack holding about a peck and brought them to town That the apples freeze Is an evident fact but if they are left in this state until thawed out they are as fresh as If just from the trees Judge Good loe stated that this was an old method of kef pine apples but is not known in Madison county The writer had the of eating one of the apples and found no evidence of the fruit ever having been frozen In fact ve have never tasted one better Judge Goodloe will write an article on the subject of How to Keep Apples for the next issue 4 the Climax Prof a C Mason delivered a fine lecture on the Pros vatlon of Soil which was greatly by those present see Dora Thome Mat inee Saturday prices v5 and 25 cents rt4 oy Spring 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 York and Philadelphia are ready both soft and stiff Hocks all the colors and shades Prices and garanteed lto5 COVINGTONar Miss candidates CourierJournals it receive from popular wherever congratulates splendid Interesting meeting Considering S keeping throughuhe throughout display gathered generally pleasure exhibited enjoyed Beaureto New latest quality Puichases a farmisT C Vaughn bought last week from Real Biggerstaff lila farm on the Jacks Creek pike containing 223 acres at 50 per acre Po ertsioa will be given April 1st Mr Vaughn also purchasedt o from Mr BiggeMtaff W cattle and mulesfbetting Ready Eor The Conclave The members of the drill team of the lacal commandery Knights Templar are meeting twice a week for drills in order to be ready for the approaching conclave which will be held in May in Paris Captain Greenleaf and Lieu tenant Hercheler have charge of the team and some excellent work wilt bed of one by the time they are togotoParis of Fiscal total Proceedings The Madison County Fiscal Court met Thursday Judge N B Turpin presiding It was ordered that Judge N B Tnrpin and Clerk Jesse Cobb hoe SuO to pay Lemuel Williams fat pike work for 1005 Order that W S Hunley be ap pointed a committee to settle the ac count of the Treasurer of Madison county and report his nets at the relua lar April term of Fiscal court The following order was also entered- on the record hIt appearing to the court thatSCOOO has been applied from the turnpike and refunding bond sinking fund by the order of the County Judge to theI payment ot six turnpike booths to wit Bonds No 2 34 5 and 6 the first three of which fell due in the year loot and the other three in the year 1905 and it further appearing that taxfs were lev ed to pay oil these said bonds 3000 of which was levied In the year 1004 and 3000 In the year 1905 and the sheriff was directed to collect Bald tax to pay off said bonds and did collect it and that the moniesBO collected to pay them off is in the general hind It Is now ordered that 0000 be charged to the said general tund and transferred from it and cred ited to the said Turnpike and Refuud tug BlOnd Sinking Fund to satisfy this amount drawn out ol same to payoff said six bonds and the sinking fund commissioners will hold this said G000 and any other money that is in the finking fund subject to the orders of this court Little Love Stories Mairiige lit mes were issuel last veek it Mr Jam i Park y and Miss limiie Ray Waldle both of Rockeasj tie ullntviI Abraham both ol Rockcastle county to were married In this city last Thursltu dayMr jle Lirue House of Blue Grass this ivHiiitv and Miss Rachel Green of Red House wsro married last Saturr dav in Winchester a James W Kelley of Valley View anti Miss Majvitr Richardson of this wine place were married at the bride home lust Thum lay ralThe marriage of Mr S K Rock and Miss Mn Ja Prather will be solemnized of this morning at eleven oclock at the residence of the brides parent the ceremony to lie said by the bridnj father Rev J W Prather After a Innulieon Mr anTI Mrs Rock will leave for a short Southern trip and upon their return will he at home at the res idence of Mrs Claude Smith on Second itreet This marriage is the cuimina tint of a happy courtship extending the theover several years and no couple ever jollied hearts and hands with more general goods ishes than this one Of Captain Rork too much cannot be said He is tots of the most thoroughly uentlemanly men it has ever been our hi pleasure to kw Having been asso ciatedwith him in business the writei knows lull veil the splendid character of the happy groom He has filled many positions responsibility and trust unit at Iresent is extensively interested in oil mid mining lands in the Eanterii Kentucky fields Miss Prather a daughter f Rev J W Prather and is one of our citys most highly esteemed young ladies Modest and sweet in disposition and possessed with those liuits of domestic culture v hat will nmko her indeed a helpmate the man of her choice The genial Captain and his bride have scores ol friends who wish theta all the happi ness possible and none of them extern more hearty congratulations than yt editor and thn whole Climax force Eggs rot Sale Whitmans Brown Leghorn and rank Bin red Plymouth Rock Eggs for sale Leghorn 75 cents per setting 15 Plymouth Rocks 100 Hatch seven guaranteed MRS CLARK RICER F D No3 raar2l4t Richmond Ky Udllaa Cltb Notts The year which ia nearing a close in the Cecilian Club work has been one 01 the most thoroughly enjoyable and beneficial in the history of the organi ziitiou The last meeting was held with It1iss Catherine Walker last Wednesdaj besides quite a full attendance of members a large number of visitors irere present Miss Walkers meetings are always delightful and the club each time seems to yrow more in sympathy with the wonderful Cecilian which interprets the grand symphonies of the 1d masters in such faultless style Miss Walker give two movements of the 0 minor Symphony the Tanhanser Overture and the Andante from the Kreutzer R ata Mrs W P Oldham and Miss Laura Bright sang with the Cecilian accompaniment Mrs H B Hangers solo A Day Dream by Strekszki with violin obllgato by fro fesfior Taylor was much enjoyed Her accompaniment was played by Miss Eva Smith who Is one of Richmonds promising young pianists The literary features were handled by Mrs R R thirnam who gave a full analysis of B thovena Fifth Symphony and Mrs A R Hnrnain who gaye a general sum wary of the tinted Symphonies At the close of the delightful program an ele ijaut lunch WitS served and much pleas tint social chat indulged in The next meeting will bn held with Mrs G W Pickcls this Piesideut 61 the club on March 28th lIit rrlTJIl A Reputation How It Was Made and Retained A good reputation is not easily arned and it was only by hardcon istent work among our citizens that oans Kidney Pills won their way the proud distinction attained in locality The public endorse flout of scores has rendered iuvalua service to the community John Black residing at the corner SterlingKgood medicine and I have no heal ation in saying that if anyone who nay be suffering with any of the complaints for whicn they are recom iinndod will give them a good fair they will be benefitted For some years I was subject to attacks rheumatism or lumbago in my hips legs and in my shoulders At imes the pain would bn so severe in these parts that I could scarcely beside to get around and there was rilso a difficulty with the kidney se cretions which was an almost constant irritation Hearing of Doans Kidney Pills I procured a box and although I did not give them a fair trial noi taking them as regularly as directions called for I can from good effects I noticed say that I think highly of the merits of this remedy Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Callat B L Middletons drug store and askwhat reportFor Price 50c FostcrMIIburn Co Remember the name Doans and MidIdleton come to feet tt Finest and Shoes made for the price Try them 350 and 400 5 Ittle Wanted We have on hand about 1200 shocks of fodder and 50 or 100 cattle to feed Potts Duerson 17jan tf Whites Station Ky Every young man and womau possible should enter the Business Col ege and qualify for Rood positions Lippard has calls for more grad lutes than he can furnish andwants more bright students mar4 2t MISS JULIA H HIGGINS Stenographer and Typewriter Examiner for Madison Co Ky Business and Pupils Solicited Phone 351 Mesdames Parrish and Wines friends just the bought supply of Ladies Misses and Everything complete line of Childrens brought forget see Lackey iltons goods Corner streets Cincinnati charge of trimming department 7171 DONT MISS OUR c SPRING OPENING OF EXCLUSIVE FABRICS Mens MadetoMeasure CLOTHESare now ready for your inspec tion youll find that they express all most fashionably correct in pattern 71and beautifullyIfashion plates specially prepared by the celebrated New customtailors m BSTERN SON 7FNEW YORK V for we agents here The fabrics Top Coats and Trousers are the productions of leading foreign and domestic millsfine 4iii in quality and distinguished character Among we call special attention new efiects gray worsteds and dis tinguished patterns mixed cheviots and cassimeres WalkOver ShoestFor Spring WalkOvers in shapes suit all stylish uptodate toes easyfastsbest BAN-KS4tstwant Prof You absolutely demand that the kitchen and the pantry be perfectly clean What matters it they be clean or not if your meats come from a market that is not clean Be liouglas Cultons white market is scientifically sweet clean and sanitar It costs you no more to buy meats there than elsewhere Tel ephone 125 Main street marl4 2t Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs gold by Mrs M F Arbuckle Silver Creek Madison Co Ky at 52 setting ol 16 eggs Eggs left with Jas Arbuckle this city will be given prompt attention Beg leave to inform their that they have return from city where they a full Ghtlrends Headwear new and of very latest styles The most Hats ever to this city Don to call and us at our rooms over Ham dry store 1st and Main Miss Rosa Carter of will be in the alter March 12th 1 F for They and that snade York i EXCLUSIVE CUSTOM TAILORS whom are for Suits latest 75 in them to F in in tweeds whether consistent per It will give us pleasuretoshow you our complete assortment and should you care to place an order ffiwe can assure you of garments 4made to your individual measure I precisely as you want them that equal in every respect the Fcreations of the most expensive customtailbrs and that cost only about half as much i Rice and Arnold ir The One Price House p 57V I iJ l 5 s i- l1 7 L i I I I t f n IfI 1 p y TTW= Y iL H Ii a rle 1 ffi Fp F 7 READ4 what your neighbor has to say Ik about the JTilT JhJUU RI1 SH tm Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Gentlemen I have worn a pair of t your J E Tilt 1350 vici shoes for 12 months They have given perfect 4 satisfaction I consider it as good a shoe as can be bought When these are gone I want another pair I IYoursTruly v H Park Red House Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton bDear SirsI take pleasure in saying that the J E Tilt Cordovan shoes I bought of you have worn about 14 monthsevery day They are so com fortable anl easy to wear The best Mover had Respt W H Jones- Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton 4 GentsYou ask what 1 think of the J E Tilt shoes Well theyare I the best brand any man can use Theres no other shoe made with + less rip and less tear with more solid Lcomfort and good old hard wear The best leather counters and the best oak solo In fact the best shoes made Upon the whole my advice to my friends is to always refuse to buy v anyother but J E Tilt shoes Very truly + T C Vaughn Union City Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton GentlemenThe J E Tilt 350 vici shoes bought of you over a year ago are still good I bave never worn a pair that gave me more satisfaction m J O Brooks Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton GentlemenI heartily endorse the 7frJ E Tilt shoe as the best feeling 0 M and best wearing shoe I ever had A R Flora Ky1IMessrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirI wore a pair of your 360 plain toe calf shoes for almost a + year and I am very hard on shoes I never had a shoe to give me more wear or comfort I think theyare m the best I ever had I want another pair for myself and a pair for my boy + Yours respt Wm Barnes Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton I have been wearing the J Eo Tilt shoe for several years and for shape wearing qualities and material used inmaking them they are unsurpassed and I think the best shoe on the mar ket They have given me the best of satisfaction Yours respt H C Rice- Richmond + Ky j Messrs Lackey Hamilton I t DearSirsI have been wearing a pair of your J E Tilt cordovan calf shoes since Jan 1st 1905 and believe + them to be the best shoe for wear and 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an advertisement published FAIR JAPS REFORM DRESS Great Interest in Changes Ordered in Costume of SchoolgirlsSemi Foreign Style Favored Tokio Japanese women have be gun the reform of their meethod of drssing and a mere man is one of the leading characters in aiding the re formThe minister of education in order to Improve the costume of schoolgirls has asked the president of the womens university to prepare designs for a suit able costume x Three designs have been sent in Including one by Miss Smarl secretary of the Womens Christian Temperance union in the semiforeign style which is said to be most highly favored For seveeral weeks sewing teachers have been at work under Miss Smarts supervision and many others are wait ing to learn the details of the new costume the opularlty of which is spreading rapidly Tho principal of the womens semi nary at Kioto has also requested pat terns of the costume It is evident that at least in the cos tumes of schoolgirls reform is inevi table It is reported the minister Of eeducation says long sleeves must go The change Is regarded as of the greatest significance In the educational social and fashionable worlds 37OOOOOOO YEARS OLD Chicago Geologist Figures Out Birth day of Father NeptuneHow- He Figures It Chicago Three hundred and seven ty million years is the approximate age of the oceans according to the cal culations of Prof R D Salisbury of the department of geology of the Uni versity of Chicago It has been calculated writes Mr Salisbury that If the salt now in the sea were precipitated it would make something like 3500000 cubic miles If to this be added the other mineral matter in solution in sea water the amount would be swollen to about 4600000 cubic miles Prof Salisbury estimated the quan tity of salt and water brought to the sea each year by rivers and on this basis obtains 370000000 as the esti mated number of years It wQuld takes for the amount of salt now in the sea to have been brought to it by rivers at the present rate The Navy Short of Men If the United States should go to war today there would not be half enough officers and men to handle the ships of the navy Within a year ten fine large ships will go into commission carry Theyinow some very efficient craft which should be kept In commission The discrepancy between material and personnel in the navy la dally growing greater Suspended for a Kiss A Virginia precaher has been sus pended for six months for kissing a pretty girl He would probably have been excused if he had picked out some homely old lady with traces of a mus tach Preachers who desire to klsi should always remember those things 1Illdlonll Chrhtian church 1Ir In AXil tli- I AeenJfiifficultionsupplyisease that required it J over one lillion dollars have been spent to an ounce and fulfill this offer liThe result is that 11000000 bottles ave been used mostly in the past two tried ears Today there are countless cured y drlLiquozonei Isiferyears science has traced scores of dis jj- ases 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years time it is stated the Baltic works can build eight firstclass cruisers and the Galerny island and New Admiralty yards 12 firstclass battleships Kronstadt with its Peter dock is In a position to construct armored cruisers of the improved Bayan type and seagoing gunboats or torpedo transports Torpedo cruisers and submersibles may be ordered of the Neva works and of Langes works in Riga Seagoing torpedo boats Including destroyers and coast defense torpedo boats can be successfully built In the small shipbuilding yards of Finland Riga Reval and Libau which may also take In hand the con struction of part of the torpedo transports or storeships required The Putlley works can complete in the same period four cruisers of the Bayan type and a number of torpedo worksIinthat NikolalefT and Sevastopol can complete four battleships four cruisers of the Bayan type and some torpedo boats In regard to machinery orders may be placed besides the Bal tic works with the FrancoRussian Sormovo Briansk St Petersburg metal works Nikolaleft works and those of Nobel and Lessner both InI St Petersburg Orders for auxiliary mechanisms may be distributed among the numerous other smaller rk3IAs to guns and torpedo sear al though precise data are not forthCtm ing on the capacity of the govern ment works for their production the society is of opinion that their out put might be Increased to the desired degree Private works can sup ply a large quantity of torpedoes and projectiles The manufacture of armor plating presents the greatest difficulty and in all probability part of the orders will have to be placed abroad although this branch of in dustry is capable of considerable expansion if only the money can be found for the plant Points to be noticed in the poilcy which has been outlined as to the constitution of a future fieet are the very small number of cruisers and the evident belief in the fighting pow er of the submarine in the development of which It need hardly be said Russian engineers have played a not unimportant part As to the battle ships It Is an obvious necessity thai a certain number should be built Jnd it is calculated Russian ards could id ten years build 29 The r licy thus sketched out makes provision for a large fleet of gunboats and this could only mean that the need of the east Is still to be a potent factor Russian naval administration THE LADY OF LEARNING III the Present Day Feels No Sting in the AppelJatfon Bluestocking George Bancroft the historian in an early diary recently published tells a story of a German lady whose lather sent her through the university in an age when few women were privi leged to receive a scholars education Bancroft a boy of 18 says Youths Companion reflects the spirit of the early years of the last century in this naive comment In her character and conversation she Is irreproachable and from a long acquaintance with her I am told one would never hear from her a word that woild betray her learning This gravj young gen tleman a freeborn American too admired the lady for not betraying what was best in her mind No wonder that at almost the same time Jane Austen with fine gentle Irony apologizes for a heroine who blushed at her Ignorance Where people wish to attach she writes they should always be ignorant To come with a wellinformed mind Is to come with an Inability of administering to the vanity of others which a sensible person would always wish to avoid A woman especially if she have the misfortune of knowing any thing should conceal it as well as she can If modern woman had nothing else to rejoice In she could at least con gratulate herself that the sting has gone out of such words as bluestock- Ing that a man is no longer ashamed to have his daughter or his wife learned and that the display of learning in a woman is limited only by the same good taste modesty and choice of occasion which limit a similar display in a man Negro Soldiers The story that the government does not want any more negro recruits 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life go to those who are aide to live an artificial life The poor are con pelledto live simply There are no linG fences in heaven no private ownership of Gods domain native no prisons and no burglars Some mens polities are like ah ach ing tooth plianly present to the pos t ssor and presently Painful to the titighbors Torture By Savages Sperking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Phil ippines subject their captives re minds me me of the suiliering I en dured for three months from il1 ama tion of the Kidneys says W M Sher llothlnghelped completelyiiytpepsia Blood disorders and Malarie and restores the weak and byStocktonPrice bOo Can a man make more than a living without robbing others Things dugout of the earth are valueless until the needy demand them fot use The human mind like the a olian harp is played on by every wuid but only those who manipulate their thoughtsobtain profitable IIIUMC Men once believed the heart was the organ of thought because they could 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