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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i = = r r rr wir ii L RICHMOND CLIMAX ja==J OLTJME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COrNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1906 UMBER 44Ii Ready for the Spring House Furnisher Yos ready with the most uptodate showing of tasteful ie Furnishings in every department that we have yet- l e- dTna Mahogany Circassian Walnut and Early English Vw of the new woods and finishes that we show in Mitureiveellent patterns and colorings characterize the Carpet Hangings and Draperies that are here v have gained an enviable reputation for the beauty irtistic merit of the Water Colors FacSimilies and is that are shown at all times in our Art Department Mnt picture requires a fram in keeping It is a pviile with us that no framed work leaves our house it iv rfect in every respect t It0 t 3ff 3j Greatest Bargains tLEver Offered Vfc- F v Can now be found on our Ten Cent Counter 4 r Tust note a few of the many bargains and call and Mr1 see that we do all that we advertise e 3 quart enamel buckets JOc 4 quart enamel covered sauce pans JOc p 3 4 quart enamel pudding pans lOc J 12 12 inch enamelwash pan Jegf 9 inch glass berry bowl JOc W c tGlass sugar bowls JOc tf Glass but e stands JOe4J V These are only a few of thc great bargains jf on ourTen Cent Counter and should you fail to l take advantage ofprics qUJted here you will be t4ne looser 9- f j v Our other stock is complete with prices that V v will make you smile i r The Racket Store k t East Main Street tttt He Saw Himself The Ground Hog cams out and saw himself and at last is almost lived out his forty days You have only a few days to remain in doors and had you not better put in t vne completing your spring wardrobe Our Wash Goods ait is brim full of handsome patterns Our line of il Spria Dress Goods cannot be surpassed in the city d see what we have to offer you before making yours on White Gibson Richmond Kentucky i Street Oliver Chilled Plowsj N w is the time Get your plow r ady dont lose a day It will turn over soil that has never been reached before Come and see ust we will tell you all about it D1 B1 Stiackelford Co MY NAME IS THLRMAfr On Sausage Row And Buys tbeOJIS synonym strength and pmity Itis sold in almost all the civilized coun trica of tIll globe If the end fish became extinct t would be a worldwide calam ity because the oil that comes mm its liver surpasses allother ats in nourishing and lifegiving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Emul ion founda way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can take it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people andall conditions of wasting and lost strength Send for tree sample SCOTT i DOWSE CHEMISTS 4O9411 fZASL iirilKlTT NEW TOKK- and tlM All druggists Kentucky State News Items CAPTIVES FOR FOUR WEEKS respecters Compelled To Work at the Still By Moonshiners Louisville Ky March 21After be ng held prisoners by the operators of i moonshine still for 2S days in the leart of the Kentucky mountains lohn Thomas and C W Johnson coal prospectors from Chicago arrived In Louisville almost exhausted from their narrowing experience The men claim hey were forced to work at the still it the point of revolvers during the ntire time they were in captivity Thomas and Johnson left for the mountains February 24 and after spending the first night at Hazard the seat of Perry county they set out up the Kentucky river They were Captured the following night by the mountaineers while watching them make moonshine whisky The prospectors were thrown into a cave and held as revenue men At first the moonshin 2TS decided to make them work at the still Sunday morning they made their escape by striking a guard on the head with a stone Thomas and Jameson say they were pursued for 20 miles when the chase was aban doned THE EXTRA SESSION Less Than Half the Legislator Was Present on Tuesday Frankfort March 2LLess than half the legislature was present Tuesday the house being without a quo rum and the senate having a quorum oy one vote Speaker Lawrence was absent and Representative Frank Johnson presided The house adjourned In the senate President Thorne presented the resolution adopted by the Louisville board of trade and It was read In full to the senate It urges the legislature not to tax the rectifiers so high that It will drive them from the state and prevent the tax from being collected Senator Chmmack offered a resolution and it was adopted to have copies of the Kentucky State Journal furnished to the senate each day during the extra jesslon BLEEDING FROM A WOUND Engineer Hiram C Butler Fell Back Dead in His Cab Louisville Ky March 21 Engineer Hiram C Butler whose home Is In this city was almost Instantly killed while driving his engine past Horse Branch Ky on the Illinois Central railroad His death can not be ac ounted for by the railroad officials rhe fireman says he saw the engineer can out of the cab window and in a oment he fell back bleeding from a wound on his head It Is supposed that he was struck by a branch of a tree leaning over the right of way or some other obstruction Butler was mari ned and had been in the employ of the Illinois Central for many years A Native of Kentucky Louisville Ky March 21S F Lively the operator at Swallow Col who has confessed that he failed to ieliver train orders because of stupor resulting from both day and night work and thereby causing the disas trous wreck on the Denver Rio 3rande near Florence March 16 was until recently a resident of Munfords r2ut Orders Disobeyed The orders of General Health have hetn disopeyjd when you feel under the weather weak tired irritable and snfTer from headach constipa tion biliousness etc The only sure safe and permanent cure for this condision is Dr laxative Syrup Pepsin It has a gentle action all its own superior to tha of pills powders and cartharid waters Try It Sold bv Perry Thomas at bOc and 100 Money back if it alls Now is the Time to leave orders for eggs for setting Order early and you wont have to wait t when your hens bavn gone to setting I Lave the White Plymouth Rocks Fishels Strain and tbey have made the worlds record on laying They grow faster and are healthier Eggs StOO per 15 A good hatch guaranteed C D MILLER Richmond Ky ACCUSED OF THEFT It Drove the College Girl To Suicide It Is Believed Prudiealleged was accused by her boarding clothIngvehementlydenied lodgings Wednesday she left school suddenly and has been missing since The last seen of her she was sitting herhandbank Thursday said she was going to drown herself She was a beautiful girl about 18 years old HIS MIND GAVE WAY He Converted 1COO and Then Died In Waco TexIPaducah Ky nia following the excitement of protracted revival services here In the First Baptist church caused the death of the pastor Rev John S Cheek aged 46 years Thursday In Waco Tex The revival which brought about 1000 conversions came to an end last Sunday but Mr Cheeks mind and health gave way several weeks ago and he had been taken south in the hope that the change would benefit his healthIters were appointed as follows for Kentucky Dog Creek Hart county William F Smith Griffith Davless county Robert heed Jeffersonville Montgomery county Asa Miller White Run Ohio county Harvey Sni derIOwlngsvllle Ky March 23Alfred GInter 20 son of Wm C GInter of this county has disappeared and no trace of him can be found Five weeks ago young Glater went West Virginia to work In coal mines His parents received no word from himIPreferred Death To Cynthlana Ky March 23Sllas Paul 50 swallowed carbolic acid with suicidal intent in a saloon here and died one hour later He spent an in heritance and seeing that ne would be compellsd to seek refuse at the coun ty infirmary he preferrel death or No Sir t You cannot palm off any of August of Dont it that success in of and enemies t f it afford evidence August is a all intestinal is of all liver August a matchless of 35 in ailing millions of distressing s Store By the Governor Frankfort March 22GOT Beckham Issued of the Wednesday afternoon It was affecting fifthclass cit les It to cities of class the right which Is enjoyed by cities of other classes to from mu nicipal taxation for a of years manufacturing enterpriseI Barbourville To Meet At indications point to a large attendance at the first meeting of Eleventh District Press association which will be at Corbin March 24 The Business Mens association of that city arranged for elaborate entertainment of the visiting editorsINo More Time Frankfort March 22Gov Beckham has made the positive state ment that he net for any whatever extend for the extra of general assembly Some extended to consider an appropriation Jamestown exposition J N Sr III Lexington March 22J N Camden Jr proprietor of the Hart land stud Versailles in re spouse to a telegram calling to the bedside of his former J N Camden sr who Is reported ically ill at winter home In IdaIShot Him With a rfleIFulton Ky March 22 Because Morris a wellknown young of place spoke roughly to Arthur St Jobn a young boy latter Incensed went home secured a Morris as he was his office Morris is in a condition Lively is in Murdfordville Mundfordville Ky March 22S Frank operator whose be- Ing on duty is tohave been responsible for the wreck on railroad is in Mundfordville He absolutely to about the wreck Barbourville To High School March 2Theboard of education has a 10 bond Issue for the of erect lag a high school building the employment of tonal instruc The present school term be lengthened to nine Dufm n StrOllS Go Here are the New Spring Suits Jackets Shirtsand- Waists VISIT THEM We are ready our garment department for the most critical of OUt customers Never have the Spring Garments been more captivating andbest all never more pleas antly priced All ready repeat and were as proud of the display new thing as you will be any every garment you will buy us and you will buy for ho matter what you want joull find it herefind it in 3 our sizeas they are exeedingly graceful and becoming Of course we have a wide and diversified assemblage The Walking Skirts are strikingly temptingloose and flowing and more beauti ful than any have ever shown Waists are simply beautifulEton and Poney Suits are the vogue this year Demand ed by fashion authorities Its a kind decree as they are a relief after the season of longcoatedsuits We arq never too hurried to show you all you wish seeto answer all your questionsthe fact that you come and look and examine and price does not make it necessary for you to purchase the earlier you will come the better pleased you will be Central Kentuckys Great Department Store JUmOO trlJUS CO j2and 0Vest Main Lexington Ky THE SECRET OF rv tnoitltntei IIJmillion bottles Flower IIintroductionsuccess August Flower has had unfailing the cure indigestion dyspepsiathe worst health and happiness qDoes not the best that Flower sure for and discidersthatitIthe best Flower has record over curing the these complaints qTwo sizes 250 and 750 AU druggists For taU atStooktone Drug Vetoed Ky his first veto session house bill 368 gives the fifth exempt period five any Editors Ky the held has Ky will purpose the call session the wanted the call for the Camden Ky Ky left him father Senator crit his Flor Jas man this the became rifle and shot leaving serious Lively the asleep said last week the Denver Rio Grande refuses talk Build Barbourvllle Ky ordered 000 pirpoee new and add tors will months in of we of of of we The to St SUCCESSNew Nilhlnery and Terrill have returned from Cincinnati with s fullandcomplete line of ladles and childrens headgear They have roonife over Rice Arnolds and cordially Invite their many friends to call and in spect their stock They have only the newest and most uptodate good which are sure to please the most fastidious tf Itheand long hair Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Deans Kegulets operate easily tone the stomach cure constipation 25c Ask jour druggist for them A married man has an awful queer look in his eyes when his chum commence to ask him about acertain cute girl right before his wife Nothi K causesa man greater Buffer log than to hear some woman relate a funny story Anvold excuse will do for the man who has decided to kiss jou If men keep on stealing womens Aportlingwlilflhow through their lingerie shirts Struggle is the school of strength Faith i food aiwvll M msdiqinq t =lENA TO HIDE FEET TRADITION FORCES CUSTOM ON QUEENTOBEI Wedding Old Story Says The Queen of Spain lisa No LegsTale Which Started Fad Madrid The wedding dress of Prin cess Ena when she becomes queen of Spain next June will be cut in such a fashion as to cover her feet because of the wellknown tradition that the queen of Spain has no legs and there fore no feet The story goes that when King Phil lip II of Spain was married a peasant woman came to Madrid to present to the young queen a pair of stockings which she halt knitted for her The chamberlain who received the woman was in an impatient mood and threw the stockings at her shouting Tbe queen of Spain has no legs r The brideelect hearing of this took it literally an rushing to her father implored hint it to let her legs be cutoff saying slu would ralhnr not be married at all The father told the king who latigiid at her fears and dls missed the chtnberlaln jc The peasant woman however told her storY the popular belief in a leg less queen be sine a fixed fancy the queen had her wedding dress made so as to hide her shoes and all Spanish queens have followed her example since As queen of Spain Princess Ena will find herself mistress of no tewer thanI half a dozen magnificent palaces table castles In Spain 11 There is first of all the splendid royal palace at aMdrid a great plier similar to Versailles which was built by Philip V It is a massive building some 500 feet square and its most j striking feature is a magnificent mar ble staircase Some distance outside the capital and standing on a hill which is 3000 feet above the sea istthe ancient palace of the Esrurinl has rooms antI corridors totaling 120 miles in length 3000 windows 86 staircases S fountains and 1300 doorssAt Aranjuez there is a brighter andhmore pleasant dwelling place much more often visited by the Spanish court while near San Ildefonso is the palace of La Granja Then King Alofonso has a delightful shooting box at HI Inrdo and a beautiful seaside home the Miramir palace at San Sebastiana TELLS HOW GERMS TRAVEL English Health Officer Says Fever Microbes Can Be Blown Forty Feet by Speaking Ix ndon How disease germs travel and how they may be combated was the subject of a discourse by Dr Robert son Birmingham medical officer of health in a lecture at Birmingham unttversity the other evening The list of infectious diseases he said is continually increasing Nobody he added yet had been able to obtain small pox or scarlet fever germs Others were so minute that if magnified to the size of an inch a human being magnified proportionately would seem 25 to 30 miles high He had never known scar let fever carried by germs being blown out of one house into another as the intervening air and sunlight sufficed to kill the germs but the speaker by the mere act of speaking could project tho aniIl1sneezing who lived under healthy conditions and were well nourished were especially un IIsaidsis or other germs which were destroyed without having been able to develop InJ the bodfesIFINtiS CAUSE OF BOREALIS Minnesota JInn Says Lights Are Due to Sun Shining Through Snowstorms St Paul MinuF Reins of Ruthton Minn claims to have discovered the cause of the aurora borealis In a let ter to President Northrop of the University of Minnesota Reins declares the northern lights are caused by the sun shining from the other side of the earth through the snowstorms within the arctic circle The light thus reflected from myriads of crystals of snow is then reflected to a portion of the sky where it can be seen by persons far to the south in the more temperate zones The wavering of the light is explained by the fact that clusters of snow particles are driven by the wind and when a rift Is made by the wind in a snow cloud the re fiected light becomes less intense and brightens again as more snow is blown across the shaft of sunlight The fact that In the early part of the night lights always are the strongest In the eastern part of the sky and during the letter pnrt in the western Reins says supports his theory the lights are produced by the sun Foir Oysters Shy Finding only eight oysters in a stew when he expected 12 Lewis Nesbll was so disappointed that he refused tc and demanded his back rejfused25 cents Heiress Shouldnt Complain- That English heiress who bought i title for 135000 should not complalc because the man who went along wltt it is not up to her Ideal The tltli seems to be all right The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar BS a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great HoneyIfor s Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offend as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opi ales and is safestfor children and del icate persons Sold by K C Stockton The people are losing much of life where the prophets are afraid of losing Hie Gallops for aid When your stomach is all upset your liver in bad shape your bowels out of whack your head like to spIlt and every nerve in your body on edge Dr Caldwul s Syrup Pepsin gallops for aid and yn get It It clears out Jour polso il system brings fresh clean bloodsupply to all your diges tive argans and restores to you that comfortable feeling of perfect health Sold by Perry Thomas at flOe and f100 HODelqlt II it fiIl u 4 NEW BILL HAS PLAN NEGOTIABLE BILL OF LADING IN PROSPECT Measures Providing for Uniform Instrument IB Introduced Into Both Houses of CongressProwi ions of Scheme Washington An important step In the direction of securing a negotiable bill of lading actepUilile to banks was taken recently when a measure pro viding for a uniform instrument was introduced in both houses ot congress The bill as proiwspd provides for a negotiable bill of lading In which the words Order OfSbJii be IlrlntedIThe preventing of any alterations from interfering with ttnroicenienl ot bill according tu its original tunur To keep valid a bill until its actual surrender anti caucellatluu by the car ier To relieve banks handling such documents from any responsibility us to quantity or quality of goods To hold carriers responsible for the acts of their agents In the issuing and proper taking up of the documents up n delivery of the goods For partial delivery which may be endorsed on the document It does not interfere with the documents now in use but simply provides for an additional form which can be offered as a proper collateral docu mentThe numerous and heavy losses which banks have met in the past in handling of bills of lading have een through 1 Delivery of the goods by the rail without taking up the documents 2 Through tile issuing of fraudulent bills of lading 3 Through the issuing of duplicate bills of lading and the diverting of the goods represented therein to another destination 4 Through straight bills of lading fraudulently charged to order bills of ladingIn consequence of these many and- erious losses against which the banks ave been unable to protect themselves on account of the varying laws of the different states the tendency is for the banks to make less and less advances n the supposed security represented- by these documents and a large number of banks have set their taces making any advances whatever on bills of lading Those who are continuing to do so are only taking such documents from customers whose known responsibility outside of the amount of collateral represented Is suf ficient to protect against loss The amount of money that banks are now annually advancing on merchandise represented by bills of lading is estimated at J2500000000 practically the entire cotton crop being moved this medium and the docu ment enters very largely In the financing of the grain and hay crops as well as the more perishable farm products BONES OF A CAVE DWELLER Discovery of Prehistoric Skeleton in Wyoming of the Greatest Value to Science Hartville WyoL Stein of this place has reported a remarkable discovery made recently in the hills near the great Chicago iron mine of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company in Whalen canyon While prospecting Stein came heIcharredIa landslide and his cavern home be coming his tomb His body was pre served by the powerful minerals in the soilThe skeleton has been sent to the Smithsonian institution and Is believed to be the only skeleton of the cave dwellers extant forming an important archaeological discovery The bones of the arm are longer in proportion to the rest of the body than those of modern man and in stature when living the man was a giant So rich is this section in the remains of prehistoric races that Stein has recommended it be made the subjectofape cial investigation by the government as well as by leading colleges and museums PLANS BRITISH ARMY CUT War Secretary Says Government Will Rely on Navy for Defense in Case of War- LondonSubstantiai reductions in Great Britains army were outlined in the army estimates introduced in the house of commons by War Secretary Haddane About 150000000 is car tied In the document Secretary Had dane said the liberals did not desire to destroy the army but required greater efficiency at less expenditure The government accepted what he denominated as the blue water principle namely that the navy at its present strength was capable of defending Great Brit ala from invasion and though this strong nay was a costly thing It was very useful as it made It possible to cut off much of what otherwise would be necessary army expenditure It had been decided that the ammuni tion stores constructed for the defense of London were unnecessary and would Immediately be rooted up Some 30 guns mounted for defense purposes at various points along the coast would bE swept away The troops at Weihalwei China would be withdrawn and some colonial garrisons would be reduced Death Rate in NewYork and Chicago During November and December 1903 one fifth of the deaths in Ne York and Chicago were from pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar no onlystops the cough but heals an strengthens the lungs and prevent pneumonia so do not take chance on a cold wearing away when Foley Honey and Tar will cure you quickl and prevents serious results Sol by R C Stockton When you have honev from the roc you will not want glucose from fla terers Overcrowded It is a pretty dangerous thing to allow your system to get overcrowded with undigested food poisons bile poisons bowel dolson5 Get of them by taking Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin and will right away feel such a wonderful change for the better that you will never let yourself get into that con dition again Safe and pleasant relief and cure for headach constipa tion biliousness etc TryltSoltl- by Perrp Thomas at 50c nd f100 ink it It lallii1Nas1 I L Let South Bend and Syracuse rTfr r CIE Douglus CoIl13 IiSuccessors to Arhuekle Simmons Carpenters Mechanics Miners and Tinners Tools S7 t nImplementsBuildng 2Cellingetttng e i and Wagon Hardware Wagon Wood Work Stove Stove Trimmingt tiUtensilsSewing Machines and Supplies Guns Rities Sporting Goods Ammunition Wood Mantles Cutlery Silverware JIlj Main Street Richmond Ky H tlw xelJ1i Ie I iiGoods Behind the Ad fi LThe Secures the I It is like the fragrant breath of spring to see gladt1 j lIits first appearance Makes buying an en thusiastic pleasure jri9x12 Axminsters Smiths 2250 9x12 Brussels 816 and SlS J9x12Ingrains S9 exclusive line of FURFITURE will 1Our please you l iiIel IIeJl Wanted For Our Army Wanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men be tween the ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the United States of good character and temperate habits who can speak read and write English For information apply to Recruiting Officer Richmond Ky Oldham Building Chance to See the World j WOOL IJcounties and in order to J get it we are paying the J J very tJ Highest Market Prices Virou will make a mistake 1Jprices t c H jj Covington Arnold Bro 5 c Main Street k EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY riroItJOUnD Long distance lines and telephones oil this Company enable you to talk almost anywherW Southern Indiana Southemt Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi arid Louisiana e We can put you In quick theIWe solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed t Co iAuwsIt Ii I f = tflic1mi k4ai4 i W Vv c r c I w THE RICHMOND CLIMAX ci 3 = ii t rJf VOLUME 32 F RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1906 NUMBER 44 Ready for the Spring House Furnisher Yes ready with the most uptodate showing of tasteful H i je Furniihinss in every department that we have yeti s tlayedToona Mahogany Circassian Walnut and Early Englis- h1L few of the new woods and finishes that we show in IViiture CarpetIVV have gained an enviable reputation for the beauty a irtistic merit of the Water Colors FacSimilies and- i1 that are shown at all times in our Art Department Y xIEnt picture requires a frame in keeping It is a- IIf pride with us that no framedworkleaves our house f s It perfect in every respect I Greatest Bargains j I qjEver Offered I I fty Can now be found on our Ten Cent Counter ijlust note a few of the many bargains and call and av see that we do all that we advertise st 3 quart enamel buckets JOc 4 quart enamel covered sauce pans JOc t- 3 4 quart enamel pudding pans lOc 12 12 inchenamel wash pan ICc J 9 inch glass berry bowl JOc Glass sugar bowls lOc- I Glass but e stands JOcfe These are only a few of thc great bargains j on ourTen Cent Counter and should you fail to + take advantage ofpricts qu ted here you will be 410 the looser Our other stock is complete with prices that V will make you smi- te1S i The Racket Store East Main Street tbt tWtet He Saw Himself The Ground Hog came out and saw himself andatlast h Mi almost lived out his forty days You have only a few mx days to remain in doors and had you not better put in th iine completing your spring wardrobe Our Wash Goods D nit is brim full of handsome patterns Our line of p S id Sprin Dress Goods cannot be surpassed in the city C id see what we have to offer you before making yours n White Gibson M i Street Richmond Kentucky Oliver Chilled Plows tN w is the time Get your plow ready dont lose a day It will turn over soil that has never been reached before Come and see us we will tell you all about it D1Be Sliocrelford CO MY NAME IS it THDRMJ4 On Sausage Row And Buys above iheIIIHE and fish is the trade ofScot Emulsion is the synonym for trn th ainglobeIfbecame extinct it would be a worldwide calam ity because the oil that comes roni its liver surpasses all other sits in nourishing and lifegiving agothewm founda way of cod liver oilsotliateveryoiie canC take it and get the full value of objectionabletaste lest thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and all conditions of wasting and lost strengthISend for tire Lamp SCOTT DOWNE CHEMISTS 40941K VBABI 8TBEET JHTW TOBE SOc and tlOO All drnggltt Kentucky State News Items CAPTIVES FOR FOUR WEEKS respecters Compelled To Work at the Still By Moonshiners Louisville Ky March 21After be ng held prisoners by the operators of i moonshine still for 28 days in the seart of the Kentucky mountains John Thomas and C W Johnson coal prospectors from Chicago arrived In Louisville almost exhausted from their 3arrowlng experience The men claim IItentIre time they were in captivity Thomas and Johnson left for the mountains February 24 and after spending the first night at Hazard the seat of Perry county they set out up the Kentucky river They were Captured the following night by the mo n taineers while watching them make moonshine whisky The prospectors were thrown into a cave and held as revenue men At first the moon shin srs decided to make them work at the still Sunday morning they made their escape by striking a guard on the head with a stone Thomas and Jameson say they were pursued for 20 miles when the chase was aban ioned THE EXTRA SESSION Less Than Half the Legislators Was Present on Tuesday Frankfort March 2LLess than half the legislature was present Tues day the house being without a quorum and the senate having a quorum oy one vote Speaker Lawrence was absent and Representative Frank Johnson presided The house adjourn ed In the senate President Thorne presented the resolution adopted by the Louisville board of trade and It was read in full to the senate It urges the legislature not to tax the rectifiers so high that it will drive e them from the state and prevent thertax from being collected Cammack offered a resolution and it was adopted to have 60 copies of thesKentucky State Journal furnished extra esslonfBLEEDING FROM A WOUNDs Engineer Hiram C Butler Fell Back Dead In His Cab Louisville Ky March 21 Engineer Hiram C Butler whose home Is in this city was almost instantly killed while driving his engine past Horse Branch Ky on the Illinois Central railroad His death can not be ac ounted for by the railroad officials The fireman says ho saw the engineer can out of the cab window and In a oment he fell back bleeding from a wound on his head It is supposed that he was struck by a branch of a tree leaning over the right of way or some other obstruction Butler was married and had been in the employ of the Illinois Central for many years A Native of Kentucky Louisville Ky March 2LS F Lively the operator at Swallow Col who has confessed that he failed to deliver train orders because of stupor resulting from both day and night work and thereby causing the disas trous wreck on the Denver Rio Grande near Florence March 16 was until recently a resident of Munfords- nue u Orders Disobeyed The orders of General Health have bet n disopeyad when you feel under the weather weak tired hri table and snffer from headach constipa tion biliousness etc The only sure safe and permanent cure for this condision Is Dr laxativp SvrupPepsin It has a gentle action its own superior to that of pills powders and cartharid waters Try It Sold bv Perry Thomas at and 100 Money back If It falls Now is the Time to leave orders for eggs for setting Or der early amd you wont have to wait when your hens hays gone to setting I have the White Plymouth Rocks Fishek Strain and they have made tbe worlds record on laying They grew faetw and are healthier EjrfS 100 peri5 A ood hatchgoarasleed- CD MILLER itiMi7I ACCUSED OF THEFT It Drove the College Girl To Suicide It Is Believed Prudieboardinghouse thefamilyotherlodgingssuddenly and has been missing since sittingonriverbankdrown herself She was a beautiful girl about 18 years old HIS MIND GAVE WAY He Converted 1000 and Then Died in Waco TexIPaducah Ky protractedFirst Baptist church caused the death of the pastor Rev John SCheekaged 4C years Thursday in Waco Tex The revival which brought about 1000 conversions came to an end last Sunday but Mr Cheeks mind health gave way several weeks and he had been taken south In the hope that the change would benefit his health New Kentucky Postmasters Washington March 23 Postmasters were appointed as follows for countyWilliamcounty Robert Head Jeftersonvllle Montgomery county Asa Miller White Run Ohio county Harvey Snl Young Man Mysteriously Missing Owlngsvllle Ky March 23AlfredGinter 20 son of Wm C Ginter of this county has disappeared and no trace of him can be found Five weeks ago young Ginter went to West Virginia to work in coal mines His parents received no word from himIPreferred Death To Cynthlana Ky March 23Sllas Paul 50 swallowed carbolic acid with suicidal Intent in a saloon here and died one hour later He spent an inheritance and seeing that ne would be compelled to seek refuge at the county Infirmary he preferred death for All as d as We THE SECRET B cannot palm olf any l on me rye been tisin August waa a boy I U have other Forty million of August Plower i sold in the United alone since j I And the demand foritMI growing Isnt that a fine showing of success Dont it e August Flower had success in the cure of and worst enemies tof and fDoes it not afford evidence that Flower is a sure cl c for and intestinal is best of all regulators Plower S8 of orer 35Y ears in ailing ail liou of these this c Afl r I il w J9 Vetoed By the Governor Frankfort Ky March 22Gov Beckham his first veto of the session afternoon It was house bill 368 affecting flfthclasa cit tea It gives to cities of the fifth class the right which Is enjoyed by cities of other classes to exempt from mu nicipal taxation for a period of five years any manufacturing Editors To Meet At Corbln Ky March 22rhepoint to a large attendance at the first meeting of the Eleventh District association which will be held at Corbin March 24 The Business Mens association of that city has arranged for elaborate entertainment of the visiting editorINo MorijTima Frankfort Ky March 22Gov Beckham has made the positive state ment that he will for any purpose whatever extend call for the extra session of the general assembly Some the call extended to consider an appropriation for the Jamestown exposition J N Camden Sr Ky March 22T N Camden Jr proprietor of the Hart land stud Versailles Ky left In re sponse to a teleram calling him to the bedside of his father former Senator J N Camden sr who Is reported crit ically ill at his winter home in Flor IdaIMorris a wellknown young man of this place spoke roughly to Arthur St John a young boy latter became Incensed went home secured a rifle and shot Morris as he was leaving his office Morris Is In a serious condition Lively Is In Murslfordvllle Mundfordville Ky March 22S Frank Lively the operator whose be- Ing asleep on duty Is said tohave been responsible for the wreck last week on the Denver Rio Grande railroad Is In Mundfordville He refuses ab solutely to talk about the wreck Barbourville To Build High School Barbourville Ky March 22The board of education has ordered a 101 000 bond issue for the purpose of Ing a new high school building and the employment of addItIonal inst ruc tors The present school terra wilt be to nine months oufmnn 8truus Co Here are the New Spring Suits Jackets Shirtsand =Waists- VISIT =THEM We are ready in our garment department the most critical of our customers Never have the Spring Garments been more captivatingandbest of allnever more pleas antly priced ready we and were proud of the display of new thing as you will be of any every garment you will buy of us and you will buy for no matter what you want youll find it herefind it in omingOfThe WalkingSkirts are strikingly temptingloose and flowing and more beauti simplybeautifulEton and Poney Suits are the vogue this year demand by fashion authorities Its a kind decree they are a- elief after the season of longcoated suits are never too show you all you wish answer all your questionsthe fact that you come and look and examine and price doesnot make it necessary or you to purchase the earlier you will come the better pleased you will be Central Kentuckys Great Department Store o 7Qi- 2an w West Main St Lexington Ky OF SUCCESS skiou feftlttrte Flowu5lnce- J and no bottles States its introduction still that has unfailing indigestion dyspepsiathe health happiness the best August all disordeisthat the liver August has record curing the comslaints we 2iCDd 75 druglMs Mtiw4e1 Cj Issued Wednesday enterprise Barbourvllle indications Press not the wanted Lexington the lengthened repeat or hurried to t- oeeto distressing New Millinery Mesdiuiies Dickerson and Terrill hav returned from Cincinnati with a full and complete line of ladles 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 the newest and most uptodate goods which are sure to please the most las tidious tf IIManya nose and bug hair Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic constipation Doans Itegulets operate easilv tone the stomach cure constipation 25e Askjrour druggist for them A married man has an awful queer look in his eyes when his chum com mencesi to ask him about acertain cute gin right before bis wife Nothl frcausesa man theater suffer log than to hoar some woman relate a funny story Anv old excuse will do for the man who iias decided to kiss you If men keep na stealing womens ideas for drese they will soon be sporting rh u in tljeir ariderwear wlmh will show through their linReria shirts Struggle the school of strength Fo hkRfo se4 IM LL ENATOllIPEEETTBADITION QUEENTOBE Wedding Gown Will Be Long Because Old Story Says The Queen ot Spain Has No LegsTale Which Started Tad Madrid The wedding dress of Prin cess Ena when she becomes queen of Spain next June will be cut in such a fashion as to cover her feet because ol the wellknown tradition that the queen of Spain has no legs and there fore no feet The story goes that when King Phil lip IL of Spain was married a peasant woman came to Madrid to present to the young queen a pair of stockings which she had knitted for her The chamberlain who received the woman was In an Impatient mood and threw the stockings at her shouting The queen of Spain has no legs The brlde elect hearing of this took It literally an rushing to her father implored him it to let her legs be cut off saying sh would rather not be married at nil The father told the king who laughed at her cars and dis jiTheher story the popular belief In a leg less queen bcame a fixed fancy the queen had her wedding dress made so as to hide her shoes and all Spanish queens have followed her example since As queen of Spain Princess Ena find herself mistress of no tower willI half a dozen magnificent palaces table castles In Spain There is first of all the splendid royal palace at aMdrld a great plie bUlltjbymar- ble staircase Some distance outside the capital and standing on a hill which is 3000 feet above the sea is the ancient palace of the Escurlal It has rooms and corridors totaling 120 miles in length 3000 windows 86 staircases SJ fountains and 1300 doors At Aranjuez there Is a brighter and more pleasant dwelling place much more often visited by the Spanish court while near San Ildefonso is the palace of La Granja Then King Al fonso has a delightful shooting box at El Iardo and a beautiful seaside home the Miramlr palace at San SebasUan TELLS HOW GERMS TRAVEL English Health Officer Says Fever Microbes Can Be Blown Forty Feet by Speaking London How disease germs travel and how they may be combated was the subject of a discourse by Dr Robert son Birmingham medical officer of health in a lecture at Birmingham university the other evening The list of infectious diseases he said is continually Increasing Nobody he added yet had been able to obtain small pox or scarlet fever germs Others were so minute that If magnified to the size of an Inch a human being magnified proportionately would seem 25 to 30 miles high He had never known scar let lever carried by germs being blown out of one house Into another as the intervening air and sunlight sufficed to kill the germs but the speaker by the mere act of speaking could project the germs 30 or 40 feet Coughing and sneezing are powerful germ distributers In regard to consumption persons who lived under healthy conditions and were well nourished were especially un susceptible It was an ugly thought he said that practically everybody had frequently been Infected with tuberculosis or other germs which were destroyed without having been able to develop in the bodies FirmS CAUSE OF BOREALIS Minnesota Nan Says Lights Are Due to Sun Shining Through Snowstorms St Paul MinuF Reins of Ruthton Minn claims to have discovered the cause of the aurora borealis In a letI ter to President Northrop of the University of Minnesota Reins declares the northern lights are caused by the sun shining from the other side of the earth through the snowstorms within the arctic circle The light thus reflected from myriads of crystals of snow Is then reflected to a portion of the sky where it can be seen by persons far to the south in the more temperate zones The wavering of the light is explained by the fact that clusters of snow particles are driven by the wind and when a rift Is made by the wind in a snow cloud the reflected light becomes less intense and brightens again as more snow Is blown across the shaft of sunlight The fact that in the early part of the night lights always are the strongest in the eastern part of the sky and during the latter part In the western Reins says supports his theory the lights are produced by the sun Foar Oysters Shy Finding only eight oysters In a stew when he expected 12 Lewis Nesbil was so disappointed that he refused tc eat and demanded his money back Restaurant Keeper James George refused and Nesbit entered suit at Al toona Pa for trespass by debtor lot 25 cents Heiress Shouldnt Complain That English heiress who bought i title for 135000 should not complain because the man who went along with it is not up to her Ideal The tltlt seems to be all right The Original Foley Co Chicago originated lungIj land Tar many Imitations arc offoid- for the genuine Ask for Foleya Honey and Tar and refuse anysub stitute offend as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It Is mildly laxative It contains no opi ales and is safest lor children and del icate persons Sold by R C Stock ton The people are losing touch of life losinglileGallops for aid When your stomach Is all upset your liver in bad shape your bowels out of whack your bead like to split and every iirva In your body on edge Dr Caldwe V Syrup Pepsin gallops for aid Had yirget it It clears out y our ipMsp Ill system brings fresh clean bloodsupply to all your dlgee tivo argnsluut restores to that comfortable f ef perfect health Sold by Perry Thomas at iQe ani flUWi MMMy tak U it Wk tJ Y S AIK r INBW BILL HAS PLN NEGOTIABLE BILL OF LADING IN PROSPECT 4 Measures Providing for Uniform In strument Is Introduced IntoBoth Houses of Congressro Ii Ions of Scheme Washington An Important step In the direction of securing a negotiable bill of lading acceptable to bunks was taken recently when a measure pro viding for a uniform Instrument was congressIIn which the words Order otshitli be printed jThe preventing of any alterations from Interfering with Hiifoicemeui of bill according to Its original tenor To keep valid a bill until Its actual surrender and cancellation by the car rierTo relieve banks handling such documents from any responsibility us to quantity or quality of goods To hold carriers resPQnstble for the acts of their agents in the issuing and proper taking up of the document up delivery of the goods For partial delivery which may be endorsed on the document- It does not Interfere with the documents now In use but simply provides for an additional form which can be offered as a proper collateral docu ment The numerous and heavy losses which banks have UIIt in the past in the handling of bills of lading have been through L Delivery of the goods by the rail documentsIbills of lading and the diverting of the goods represented therein to another destination 4 Through straight bills of lading fraudulently charged to order bills of ladingIn consequence of these many and serious losses against which the banks have been unable to protect themselves on account of the varying laws of the different states the tendency is for the banks to make less and less advances on the supposed security represented by these documents and a large num ber of banks have set their taces against making any advances whatevef on bills of lading Those who are con tinuing to do so are only taking such documents from customers whose known responsibility outside of the amount of collateral represented Is suf ficient to protect against loss The amount of money that banks are now annually advancing on merchan dise represented by bills of lading is estimated at 2500000000 practically the entire cotton crop being moved through this medium and the document enters very largely in the financing of the grain and hay crops as well as the more perishable farm products BONES OF A CAVE DWELLER Discovery of Prehistoric Skeleton in Wyoming of the Greatest Value to Science v Hartville WyoI Stein of this place has reported a remarkable discov ery made recently in the hills near the great Chicago iron mine of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company In Whalen canyon While prospecting Stein came upon a prehistoric cave in which he found an almost perfect skeleton of a man implements of stone and charred wood in an ancient fireplace The cave was undoubtedly the habitation of pre historic man its occupant being caught in a landslide and his cavern home becoming his tomb His body was preserved by the powerful minerals in the soilThe skeleton has been sent to the Smithsonian institution and Is believed to be the only skeleton of the cave dwellers extant forming an important archaeological discovery The bones of the arm are longer in proportion to the rest of the body than those of modern man and in stature when living the man was a giant So rich Is this section in the remains Of prehistoric races that Stein has recommended it be made thesubject of ape cial investigation by the government as well as by leading colleges and muse urns PLANS BRITISH ARMY CUT War Secretary Says Government Will Rely on Navy for Defense- in Case of War- LondonSubstantial reductions in Great Britains army were outlined In the army estimates introduced in the house of commons by War Secretary Haddane About 150000000 is carried in the document Secretary Had dane said the liberals did not desire to destroy the army but required greater efficiency at less expenditure The government accepted what he denominated as the blue water principle namely that the navy at Its present strength was capable of defending Great Brit ala from Invasion and though this strong navy was a costly thing it was very useful as it made it possible to cut off much of what otherwise would be necessary army expenditure- It had been decided that the ammuni tion stores constructed for the defense of London were unnecessary and would immediately be rooted up Some 300 guns mounted for defense purposes at various points along the coast would be swept away The troops at Welhalwel China would be withdrawn and some colonial garrisons would be reduced Death Rate in NewYork and Chicago During November and December 1903 one fifth of the deaths in New York and Chicago were from pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs and prevents pneumonia so do not take chances FoleysHoneyand prevents serious results Sold by E C Stockton When you have honey from the rock you will not want glucose from flat terers Overcrowded It is a pretty dangerous thing to allowyour system toget overcrowded with undigested food poisons bile poisons bowel doteons Get rid of them by takijt Dr Oal wells lax alive Syrup Pepsin and will right away feel saeh a wonderful change for the better that you wjll never let yourself get Into that condition again Sate and pleasant re lief anti cure let beadaeb eossklpa 14ilMiM qf 1it1k c t r Let South Bend and Syracuse JLOWSTl Turn the Earth CME1 Dougios Co Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Carpenters Mechanics Miners and Tinners Tools A 1rImplementsBuilding Iron Steel Roofing and Repairs Eaves Trough Guttering Tin Plate PoultryNetting ljjTinwareUtensils Grates Fire Goods Household Supplies Wooden Ware jSewing Machines and Supplies Guns Rules Sporting Goods Ammunition Wood Mantles Cutlery Silverware Main Street Richmond Ky 1 The Goods Behind the Ad Secures t- heBusiness 4Itis like the fragrant breath of spring to see our new line Makes you think of the glad 1some days when the summer sunshine makes 1 4its first appearance Makes buying an en- thusiasticJ pleasure hi Our line of CARPETS and RUGS will inter 0 est you 9x12 Axminsters Smiths 2250 ilI9x12Brussels 16 and 18 9x12 Ingrains 9 Our exclusive line of FURFITURE willIplease you I W S OLDHAM RICHMOND KY I Wanted For Our Army Wanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men be tween the ages of 21and 35 citizens of the United States ofIgood character and temperate habits who can speak read and write English For information apply to Recruiting Officer Richmond Ky Oldham Building Chance to See the W- orldwooLdI tt iWe want all the Wool in tJMadison and adjoining tcounties and in order to h get are paying the J yitwe it t Highest 1 J MarkettJ i Prices You will make a mistake J well as lose money tas fyouIt Jsel before getting our 1t f prices I r J t1 Cx I 1 jl i r tITciI i t EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY ri taeoaroavas oftthisSouthernlilSquIckahds dWeUMUrpUj lUrlrtru u i itrI t BESTSale 8 ON EARTH Cooke Red Ash Jellico Beatty Goolsyule and New Diamond ED BUNION GO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBU8HKDXVKBYWKDNE8DATBY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated- A D MILLKB Editor Manager Member Ky Press AsiocUtioa and PRICE flOO PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City omcellS 5 00 For County Offlce 1000 For St te and District Offices 15 ForCallB per line 00I Eor Cards per For all in the Interest of In dividuals or expression of Individual views per lIne 10 Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY MCH 28 inn1 WHAT character of men have we in our Legislature that will steal bills before and after their passage with the same conscienceless and remorse less cunning of the porchclimber and horsethief Such men are scoun drels of the lowest breed and deserve to be horsewhipped and expelled from the precincts of the state capital TheLegislature which denied to the newspapers of Kentucky square deal in the courts is the same Legis lature that has kunckled to power and graft and brought the State to the verge of bankruptcy The press of the State should keep in mind the in grates the iicompetcnts and the grafters and do its duty to itself and the people in the future Harrods burg Democrat IT ISsaid that Snator Chauncey M Depew is seriously ill and likely will not be able to attend anymore during this session Being somewhat humanitarian we therefore naturally sympathize with those who suffer physicil pain or undergo the strain of mental anguish But however so far as the welfare of the average Amrican citizen is concerned it would make little difference if all the members who compose the U S Sen ate were seriously ill It might however have a detoriatine effect uoon the favored interests The Taking Cold Habit The old cold goes a new one quickly comes Its the story of a weak throat weak lungs a tendency to consumption Ayers Cherry Pectoral breaks up the takingcold habit It strengthens soothes heals Ask your doctor about it The best kind of a tetlmotd1t418o1d for over Ka4ebytOITftCLcnnnxAlao t SARSAPARILLA PILLS yers flAIR VlOOL W hT no secret We publish 1h formulas etall our madJcJDI Keep the bowels regularwith Vllls Just ono nightI IT is sincerely regretted by Demo crats everywhere and by the con stituency of his own state that Gov ernor Pattison of Ohio is quite ill Ever since his inauguration in Janu ary Governor Pattison has been in de clining health and much alarm is now felt by his friends Governor Patti son is the first Democratic governor elected in Ohio for a number of years and the sweeping victory he made in his fight against plutocracy last fall testifies to the great popularity of the man Governor Pattison we believe is as pure a man as can be found in politics and we only speak the senti ment of thousands of admirers composed of all political parties when we saywe hope his illness may be of short duration and again occupy the evecutive chair in all his physical mental and moral splendor TUE other day we read in a New York paper where Mrs Stuyvesant Fish attended the opera and wore a 125000 tiara Of course we didnt know Mrs Stuyvesant Fish and we dont suppose many people do know her On inquiry we were apprised of the fact that she was the wife of Stuyvesant Fish He is a millionaire After learning this much we were still in ignorance because we didnt know just what kind of a garment a tiara was but after loosing through the encyclopaedias we learned some thing about it Well bet four dollars to doughnuts that the poor editor took this means of collecting his sub cription We know of just such in taceiWe have knownpeOple to stop their paper because the editor did not air some old motheaten garments ani a bit of old lace and pub ish to the world that some old sancti ribrightenedpiness by one kind act of charitywas a the possessor of a diamond Well let them stop The less number pfa this class the newspaper must to the more fortunate for the editor and better for those whom he serves TIlE Kentucky Press members two hundredstrong will remember the names of those Legislators who voted to continue upon our statute books the unjust laws of the fourteenth century with reference to free speech and a free press But for their home papers doubtless these mossbacks and soreheads would now be grubbing weeds ina more congenial vocation than making laws for an enlightened citizenship of the twentieth century OUR neighbor the esteemed Valley View Argent is in the pleasant if unprofitable business of nominating candidates for Congress in this dis rlot and the Argents way of elimir naling alleged ineligibles and applying the rule of the survival of thes is quite unique The applica lon of this latter rule to our fellow townsman the Hon Jerry A Sulli o van exactly suits the wishes of the many friends of that gentleman as to the fitness of Mr Sullivan for Congressional honors It is too early yet to trot out a candidate for President but if we must express an opinion at the Argents behest we take our stand for the Democrat who can win But for Congress in this district we- are for that man who first is a friend of the press Others need not apply Tho Argent says The candidate for Congress in this district must in degree measure up to the standard of public and political requirements de sired by the masses Who will it be Jack Chinn is not in it Alverson cant command a corporals guard Miller would prefer the governorship We think Hearst is presidential timber and J A Sullivan congres gressional timbei What says the Climax If Sullivan dont like the hitch we are for Hearst and any good man that will stand hitched Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness i and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Ens tachlan Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect bearing and when it is en tirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can betaken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de itroyed fomver nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is noth 109 but an inflamed condition of the murous surfaces We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bA cured bv Halls atarrh Cure Sand for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti ttionHouse wanted in good location with good yard not over 20 Apply Hotel Glyndon I How to Keep Winter Apples in the Countr The problem of how to keep winter apples In the country has been a ous one from my earliest scI on I therefore propose in as space as possible to explain a ethod that 1 believe to be the best nd cheapest way I ever heard of The method is not new at least in some sections of the State for I heard Qf it many years ago through some prominent farmers of Boyle county vho told me they had found it the best way they had ever tried It so hap pened however that I never tried the plan myself until two years ago My orchard in common with others all over the State is being rapidly destroyed by insect pests and probably other causes of decay that we cannot successfully combat Nearlyevery year many of my trees are well set with fine looking fruit but before full maturity they begin to rot and falloff so that by harvesting time I am lucky if I have a few left of any va iety that are sound enough to gather Two years ago I had left a few bar els of nice looking jennetts but they were rotting on the trees and falling o fast that I determined to gather and put them up although I knew it was too early I happened to haven hand a few empty flour barrels and one cool morning in the latter part of October I set a man to picking thorn off the trees aud as fast us he picked they were poured into these barrels and as soon as a barrel was filled I put in the head and nailed it and turned the barrel down on its side in the orchard at d there they byIone as were opened and usedthe first one for prLof February In January while this last barrel was still lying on its side in the orchard with no other covering than thee snows and sky above I tilled my ice house with ice five inches thick and it contained more sound apples than either of the other barrelsalI least fourfifths being and fresh I think this was the first barrel gathered and the apples went into it colder than in the others The sun came out bright that day and the weather rapidly became very warm and remained so for a number of day and I have no doub that this early warm spell caused all the rotting that occurred in the barrels Now it may be asked what hindered them from freezing In the barrels I answer nothing Undoubtedly they did freeze for in the barrel I took out for Christmas about onefourth of the apples were hard frozen and we had not anything like such cold weather as the ice spell in January Every apple in the last barrel must have been hard frozen but the weather moderated and the freeze vent out while they were still in the barrel without the least injury to the apples as many who ate them will testify Last year all my apples had again fallen except a few barrels of a verb ty called Democrat Erly in November I took a man with me whc climbed the treeR and shook down all MODERN GAS LIGHT is the most s reliablei of all illuminantsStores offices and factories lighted with Welsbash Gas Arc Lamps an homes lighted with incandescent gas mantles have light in abundance at an hour of the day or night all the time A Gas Arc Lamp will give you 70 Candle Power for 2 cents per hour We will put these lamps in on Satisfaction guaranteed Gas Water Heaters furnish hot water quickly fo bath I laundry and culinary purposes If you Love your Wife DoniRoast Her BUT BUY HER A T GAS RANGERanges are sold at 200 down and a dollar a month until paid for Gas i cheaper than Coal Nodirt no smoke no heat A Gas Range settles th cook problem v Richmond Water and Light Company Whose Sayso is Best weWithsale through druggists ono to Thtivonot that of a be the same thcreditmotives Dr Pierces ever orm a single and therefore striking m exception to this rule Their claims to Met does not rest ansolelypraise knowledge being printed on each anseparatesufferers are the confidence Scores of leading medical men have written enough to volumes i i iA i Erseveralwellknown medicines Amongst those writers we find such mOO lcai lights as Prot Finley ElllnlrWood M D and ot Bennet Medical College Chicago ProftrHale ot the same city Irot John M Ohio Prof erJohnlolowivprothe worst cases retroversIon and corrects 6fdlsl1lnteabletimes known as pelvic a tude ot other diseases peculiar to womenRBoar In mInd It Is not a patent octionlipecuiiarLildencesciiptloa Is composed ot Of no tho cine put up for womans special maladies and sold through druggists can It be said that the maker is not afraid to deal thus frankly openly and honorablT by letting thwhatSick women aro Pierce by letter free All correspondence Is guarded as sacredly secret womanly confidences are protected by professional privacy Address Dr Pierce of N VwHow to preserve told In Dr Pierces Common Sense Med c leal Adviser It Is free For a panerLcovered copy send Dr R V Pierce 21 onecent stamps to cover mailing only in cloth binding 31 stampss Dr Pellets cure Ithe apples We then picked them up poured them into flour barrels headed up the barrels turned them on their is lsideshad been done with the Jennetts two years before These apples were gathered later than the Jennetts and the weather was more uniformly cool at the time they went into the barrels arid afterward and although they were more or less bruised by the fall i from tha trees I do not think when hopenedrotten or injured apples in eitheia barrel The sample exhibited at the Farmers Club in Richmond on the 17th of March had lain in the barrel on the naked ground where it was left last fall all the winter and not brought in until March onlya few days before the meeting My conclusion is that it is worse than useless to build any kind of ap ple house Nature has provided Ire of cost the best one ever constructed Our efforts have been misdirected iu trying to keep our apples from freez ingunder all conditions instead ofC doingall we could to have them coc and to keep them cold What the special conditions are that prevent injury by freezing to apples kept ex posed to the weather in tight barrels I have no theory to offer I think the barrels ought to be water tight atI least on the top side so as not to let in tho rain water This ought to bo kept out but the rain falling on tho outside must hp a help because evaporation is a cooling process tad helps to keep down the temperature of the apples in the barrel If our apples would hang on the trees longer or could be kept cool enough until all danger of the warm days we are so likely to have toward the last of October and first of November is past and then barreled and left out as shown above I believe tile percent of Injur would be almost nothing Apples ev in small bulk heat und rot easily but do not readily freeze I would have myappleskeptspell of weather in winter that would start vegltati n to growing than I would from the coldest tviuter that over visits our State Jons D GOODLOE Whites Station Ky Eat What You Like Dont Starve or Dirt but Use Hi ona and lure Your Stomach Troubles The average treatment ol stomach troubles coiiaists ofa rigid diet list patientOfone who knows that BOoie foods are positively harmful anil poisonous to continue Pacing them even while following the MIo1iit treatment but in ordinary cases of Ifloma h troubles it is not necesfiary to starve or diet if MiOna is faithfully used a tablet be fore each meal This scientific remedy for the cure of stomach troubles acts upon the whole digestive system and strengthens the organs so that they ae able to digest any food that is eaten wiihout fear of distress If you suffer from loss oi appetite belching of gases sour taste in painsinof spirits bad dreams lack of energy a stomach cough offensive breath head aches loss of strengtn ad weight you can be assured that these troubles are all due to imperfect digestion takingMiona id a soon you will gain in weight strength d will return and your linn will gi nourishment so that the rich red blo Y will carry good health toevery part th system B L Aliddelton has so much cot 1dence in tho power of Mi ona to en trouble and resulting ii Ireto r thafbe gives a guarantee with every 50 cent box to refund the money nulessI it cures To CaliforniaVia Monon Route The Morin Route vll sell tickets to prll7thE H Bacon D P A 221 4th Ave Louisville Ky DURING the last year 3789 personsor re killed on the steel roads Ilst country and 55466 were injured j ink olltl A total of 59264 pcrsonM killed and injured on the railroads of arr e United States In a single 12 del nilonthsthe British lost 21000 In slain d woundedhardly more than a ret hedlast year A4 the battle of SedanIwhich sealed the fate of the mpire in France the losses on both sides were much less than the killed wounded on the rail in this coun He y last year Wellington won Wat loo and Meade with Inssesely and the total loss on both sideswh Shlloh in the two days murderous ht did not reach 24000 Last eek on the Denver Rio Grande ailroad in Colorado a terrible wreck curred at Abode in which thirty da J quivelykeyboard in the office He was dozing in the office and was unmindful when tho passenger swept by the e station and rushed along into its doom The operator was finally aroused from his slumber by the clickfa his key Oh it was horrible D asnt it An operator sleepin and noaubingets look at the situation and see who was responsible Was Lively responsible for this great slaughter of human beings in a railroad wreck No What No he cannot be heldTI responsible And why Because he only a humaa being Natures thaws must not be violated He can not change these laws because they they art unalterable If we violate he laws of nature humanity must suffer Did he violate the law Yesof and humanity suffered But is he re sponsible for the crimefor crime its No He was in the employ of a soulless corporation and for forty ours he had done his duty at the T key in the little office at Abode and also doing that ot the day operator who was absent on leave Three times he had asked for relief and had been refused Therefore the railroad company deliberately spurned the- M laws of both God and man The result was thirty people killed and manywounded It would be unfair and unjust for any person to hold the crlticiseeevery zen throughout the country will no doubt place the blame where it prop erly belongson the shoulders of the officials of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company Doctors Are Puzzled The remarkable recovery of Kenneth Mclver of Vanceboro Me is the subject of much interest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case Ow ing to severe inflimation of the Throat and congestion of the Lungs three doctors gave me up to die when as a last resort I was induced to ry Dr Kings New Discovery and I am happy to say it saved my life Cures the worst Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Tonsilitis Weak Lungs Hoarseness nail LaGrippe Guaran Iced at Stockton drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle fr- eePERSONAL Miss Eva Munday is again with Mrs Farley yMr Joe Watts who has been in the South is at home again Miss Carolyn Lyon of Beattyville attended the German last week Miss Bernice Taylor has reurned from a visit to telatives at Irvine Mr J B Curtis of Beattyville at tended the Cotillion last Friday nigh Messrs Cos Tribble and T J Mob erly have returued from Hot Springs Mr Valentine Hardin ieaves today fora visit to his son in Nlneva Indiana Mr and Mrs Charles Dudley of Paris have been visiting relatives here Mr Frank Leslie Russell spent a few days this week with liditt J ville friends Miss Frankie Kauffman has returned to Lancaster after a visit to Miss Van Green leaf Mr John Jones of Chicago has been the guest of his sister Mrs J W Arnold Mr R S Crows editor of the Beattyville News was in tile city last week Mr Shelby Tribble of Jellico ha s been here visiting his mother Mrs Susan Tribble Misses Battle Taylor and F orence Chenault attended the Drone Coiitlion in Winchester Mondaynight Mr W R Shackelford went to Frankfort last week to inspect the Frankfort Commandery K T Mr EdCornelison who has been so toOotMiss Emma Powell of Nioholas flTille has concluded a pleasant visit her sister Mrs Beacham Lackey Mr J J Greenleaf will go to Lex ington o be one of the groomsman at tU ColemanStoll wedding on April 4thMrs A D Miller and daughter Elizabeth will leave toiorrow for a visit to Mr and Mrs R L Gentry in Nashville The Cecilian Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs G W Pickels This is the annual business meeting of the club S Ie STOPStriking matches breaking buying and cleaning lamp i chimneys worrying witu coal oil Jlnd Get Onj to the comfort and convenience oC Electnc Lights They are cleanest cheapest brightest andbeS vf We Have the Light that killed Wellabach and many other high efficiency Electric Lamps on exhibition at our office You should see thorn R1CffM- ONDBlectricand f Power Go The General Engineering Company Managers c v TelephOne 4S6 Schlegel Building i Ifst cli I r f l 2 t ir KnlgSt Mason Brown of Frank- t Grand Warder K T was here Thursday night to inspect the ichmond Commandery iss Ruggles of Cincinnati has ived to take charge of the trimming arirnent of Miss V Schmidts linory establishment Captain and Mrs S F Rock have urned home this week from their redding trip and will be at home to ir friends at Mrs Claude Smiths Second street J Tevis Cobb was in Louis illo last week assisting in the prose utlon of the Commonwealth against Ward on the charge of murdering nry Patterson Mr M C Kellogg has returned rom a months trip through the West dies Mrs Kellogg who accom nted him remained in Lexington ere her little daughter is ill in a hospital and will undergo a slight surgical operation Captain J J Greenlerf and Lieu tenant went to Paris Mon yto perfect arrangements for iho approaching conclave as to head arters for the Richmond Com audery etc They also gave in names of those who will attend The cotillion danced last Friday night at the temple was decidedly the most pleasant in the series Many beautiful new figures were introduced d the favors were pretty The vor table was presided over by Mrs B Shackelford and Mrs T H Collins The cotillion this weak will t be danced until Saturday night account of conflicting events WACO 5 Hon C L Searcy was in Lexington iulsday on business Miss Helen Duncan who has been e guest of Miss May Christopher has returned home Mr Hubert Griggs was here Sundav mingling with old friends Messers Robert and Clarence Todd Winchester were here several days last week Mrs H B Forbes returned to her home in Tennesse Saturday after a weeks visit to her mother MrsWilson ate Mr Joe Cunningham of Pineville Ky was here Sunday to see one of our pretty girls Mrs C B Hamilton and daughter Bessie Bonny have returned home after spending a week with her sister rs George Thorpe Dr Vardy Taylor and wife are re joicing over a line son which arrived last Thursday night The little stranger has been christened Thomas Parker May he be a source of delight to his fond parents a pride to his people and honor to his state We take pleasure in announcing to our trade our advance styles in all the latest creations in Band Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etct for Waists and Dresses Also all staple goods such as Ginghams etc Postalus for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attention Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE RICHMOND KY Not a Patent Medicine Hyomd a idcntlflc Treatment for laUrrh by Breathing Medicated Air Ever since Hyomei has been known its formula has been given to physi clans druggists and in fact to all intelligent people who could appreciate the true merit oi the combination ol healing gums oils and balsams of which it is composed Many leading physicians endorse Hyomei and prescribe it for catarrhal trouble In fact quite a few of them use it themselves to break up a cold and prevent pneumonia They regard it as a natural yet scientific way of curing catarrh Breathed through the pocKet inhaler that comes with every outfit Hyomel destroys all catarrhal germs in the airpassages ol tIre throat and nose soothes and heals the irritated mucous membrane and effectually drives from the system all traces of catarrhal poison No one should confound Hyomei with the patent medicines that are ad vertised as catarrh cures It is as superior to them alias the diamond if more valuable than cheap gluts The complete Hyomei outfit con sisting of a neat pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hvo nei costs but Slsind extra bottles can be obtained for 50 cents making it tlir most economical method of curing ca tarrh as well as the moet reliable- B L Middelton has solda great many outfits and has seen such remarkable results from its use that he sells it under an absolute guar sates that it costs nothing unless it cures Lost Steer Last March courtday between Rich mood and river on Lexington pike Will weigh about 650 pounds Brand ed with letter M with tar on hip Reward for information or return to j F McKinney Route Lexington Ky Fayette phone 2925 2t RoiBaKinf Powder Absolutely PureMade from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar In baking powder Royal is the standard the powder of highest reputation found by the United States Government tests of greatest strength and purity- It renders the food more healthful and palat able and is most economical in practical use Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to buyalum powders because they are cheap Yet some of the cheapest made powders are sold to consumers at the highest price Housekeepers should stop and think Is it not better to buy the Royal and take no chances the powder whose goodness and honesty are never questionedIs economy to spoil your digestion by an alumphosphate or other adultered powder to save a few pennies ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK r WANTEDTwo cottages In Rich mond Price from f 800 to 1000 tf Hagan Miller Room and board wanted for lady and two small children Must be first class not over UO per month Write Judge in care of Glyndon Livery Stable For Rent I offer for rent privately the large 3storv brick stable corner of Main and Second streets Paris Ky The build big extends from Main to High street Capable of holding 150 head of stock Is equipped with all the modern facili ties such as water gAS etc Tins is an excellent loneestablished stand Possession April 1900 N H BAVLESS Trustee rnarSMt Paris Ky For Rent A large comfortable room plenty of light and fronts on Main street Apply to tills office Main street marl4lm Eggs tot 5ale Whitmans Brown Leghorn and Franks Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs for sale Leghorn 75 cents per setting of mi Plymouth Rocks SlOO Hatch of seven guaranteed Mus CLARK RICE R F D No3 mar2l4t Richmond Kv Grand Opera House FridayMarch First Time Here The Great Lafayetteand 40 People 40 SEEthe new illusions ferocious lion scenery of novelties and The Travesty Band 20 Solo Musicians Prices Jf 75c and 50c Seats on Sale Wednesday THE BEST LINE itrr = raOr f II MONON ROUTE J hicoioldiAA ol ia ItAfiie- yr ONLYL1NETOTH- EIFAMIIUSJIEALT125111TJ J STHIS HOUSE WAS BUILT OUT OF MIRACLE CONCRETE BLOCKS Superior to Brick or Stoneas 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 Blocksno lath ing or furring needed VWe also lay Concrete Sidewalks and5 sell all kinds of builders supplies 7 fn LETCHER Jr rOffice and Warehouse at LN Depot Tekphone J42 L r i ij SS Lc a Wool Tex fineSuitsCoof think enough of toadertie the Wool Tex make in prefer ence to their own Ladies you will see creations Stilts that will even surpass your gxp ctuiious Ha n d some EveningGtwns sleeves in till the latest novel ties aldreltjb including ere m and white You cant uffo d to miss seeing this elegant fine of Suits Coats and skirts on March 27 and 28 at our store 1leatestWhiteknown in tile history of the mercantile world White suits White Embroidered Linen Parasols White Shirt Waists White Skirts White Hosiery and all kinds of white washa ble fabrics both made tip and in the piece All these will be shown you in all the jrlory of their new and fresh heauiy Come and see thEm durinthp sale Get our White Sale price and save money on all your white goods this sale t has the now for lies per yd 17c yd 29u per yd 400 650 26c 17c yd lOc yd vds lOc 100 98c t YGImdonat i+ t + + ++ 4 f If E EEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE BUSY BEE CASH STORES 1 rlEEEEEEEEEEE WXTE1SL4 v1I4 OZ E r ytb peciuls for the White Sale beautiful White ladieseembroidered linen novelty white goods effects embroidered white silk waists stylesf300 elegant White Top Skirts ladies linen and washable skirts in beautiful patterns Mohair Panama and beautiful designs 100 Linen Parasols plain and embroidered effects You wont in without a White Parasol goods were bought especially White Sale and low will named them Sale Saturday March 17th A1- AIL r A SALE Coats kinds a on sees a over the it the in A to the of a on the of the of the of for the over to a in of of to the the ever in or in our If the it we for Be 24 the to a of I White never asserted Itself In custom so early in season as The fever white is going to play avo our and lines Your safety in carer ce 500 Dimity 12Jc prior 9c 350yd White Good regular White Sale prig 1000 Sale price yds regular price 20c White Sale price 2ic per yd i yds White Dot Swiss price White sale per 1000 yds White India Linen erica 7jc White Sale price per 1000 yds White India Linen regular price Sale price 8c per 1000 White India Linen price Sale price per yd 1000 yds White India Linen 20 to25c White Sale price 16c per y1 bolts Long Cloth regular JC25 bolt White Sale price per bolt 1 the 1 Store We will get our built and be back our by July 1st t r+++ +++ ee++ 4 + toae1 for t for r etc r in be it all for be on t a he be all d its ist our on us with vho price price 25cr price 5o White price price all 100 Lolls Lt ng Cloth regular price 150 bolt White Sale price 119 per bolt 1000 yds Persian Lawn regular psice 20c White Sle price l21c yet yd 1000 Persian Lawn regular price 25c Whte Sale rice We are some low prices in Lace Curtains for this White Sale There is to bring you to this and much to reward you for com = ing We will have a grand display of fine Our tains for this sale Prices on will be named Our regular line of Cur tame will all be price for the White Sale Uont fail to see onr large and beautiful line of Swiss Curtains Prices range from 35c to 2 per pair Underwear Study these prices on NEW 200 Ladies Gowns reg price 50c white sale price 39a 250 Ladies Gowns reg price 75c white sale price 49c 250 Gowns regular price I 00 white sale price 69o 250 Ladles Gowns regular price 150 white sale price 9e 300 Ladies Gowns regular price 2 and 25Q sale price 1 48 150 Lilies Gown regular price f3 sale price 1 98 76 Ladies Skirls rep price 75o white sale price 49c 150 Ladies Skirts reg price 75c white sale price 69c 150 Ladies Skirts reg price 150 sale price 98c All Ladles fine White Skirts Corset Covers Drawers and Chemise have been reduced in price for tbe Great White Sale We would suggest to thrifty house wiles that they take an of the Linen Chest before our white sale lots at special prices bought for this sale will be offered at a great saving f f 1500 da Table Linen in Remnants of 2 21 will be closed apt at redtced prices j 25 dOZe price 60c sale price rlQb 2 25 doz regular price 125 wfitesale 725 doz rt gular price 160 wnite sale price 119 50 doz Tom Reed Hand Loom regular price 400 and 500 quality will be sold during the w t6 side ai 295 per doz 1 All our Table Linens will be ia paicc during the white sale 250 yds Irish Linen regular srice 35c white sale price 25c poryd d 250yds Irish Linen ivgular price 506 whit sale price 250 Irish Linen regular price 75c white sale price 500 yds 104 Linen regular price 125 per jd wbite aale price 95c 1000 Hack Towels regular price 12jo white sale price 8c per towel 50 white regular price 150 white sale price 98c per piece 50 white regular 200 value white sale price 119 per piece 2500 regular 71 and 10 Laces white sale price 4lc 3000 regular 15 and 20c Iaces white sale price 10o Our en tire line ot Laces reduced during the wnite sale One lot regular 5 and 7c sale price So Ono lot 15o white sale price lOo One lot 20c white sale price 15c All our 25 and 50o for Ladies will be sold during this white Sale at 23c x values for Bleached Muslins and Sheets also Sheets and Pillow Cases for 500 yards Crash regular 8c quality sale price 5c 500 yards Crash regular lOc salo price 7JC 200 yards Crash regular 12c price do 300 yards Crash ISs quality sale price lOc HJ i I WOOL TEXtr- ON March 27 and 28 we will have a representative man with us to take measures for the famous Wool Tex tailor made suite or ladies Wool Tx Skirts ec Never before has the ladies of awl Madison county had the to see the finest line of Tailored Sails in materials of all that are to be had in the United States W have seen this entire line of spring Suits and can truly say that they are the most perfect tailored and the most Suits we have ever seen Dont fall to see this line of snits and coats even if yon dont want to buy It will be a treat you cant afford to miss March 27 and 28 What you want Is what youll find at this sale ruI = A WHITE SALE = When sailor desert island white sail from horizon seems most beautiful sight world and with joy and gladness cries ASAIL SAIL And or mother large and growing wrecked rocks and summer sewing with knowledge needs her family and the house comes joyful news A SALE A SALE our White sale Saturday March eJoses Saturday April 7 ur entire store will given thirteen day Sale including everything white goodslaces embroideries towelings sheetings table linens MuHn muliTwear napkins linens dimities white jaquads novelty white goods kinds bleach cottons crashes Indian head wash goods every description in order make this greatest sale of kind attempted Richmond Madison county Generous price reductions havebeen made on every article white entire store price you know what means when reduce pricesIt means bargains and hPP3ones customers and fVmls hand early Saturday morning You will find opposite Glyndon Botel next Neffs produce store with beautiful showing Goods White Goods assortment novelty Hwhitt regular WhiteDotSwis regular yd regular 12jcWhit regular located Produce newt thouse oldstand 500 Shirt Waists New White Linen this season These the very begins the family spring lace curtains India white reduced many White Whitealey regular prices White cottons March Ids I9cperyd Lace Curtains offering tempting everything department Imported especially imported Curtains verylow Lace reduced Muslin UNDERWEAR Ladies whiten Linen Deparisiieni inventory special eslcially add3pds greatly napklos regular white napkins price98c napkins napkins Handsome reduced 356seryd 47operyd sheeting Counterpanes Counterpanes LACES greatlyreduced Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs regular nllndkerchefs Handkerchiefs Hanbkerchiefs Wonderful Bleached readymade Specials the White Sate quality quality sale regular 1tI RICHMOND KENTUCKY T TUESDAYAND WEDNESDAY worldwide Richmond opportunity Beautiful shipwrecked approaching housekeeper refurnishing opens 2lJ and Embroidery andHamburgs Llrect from mills st St Gall Switzerland the em broidery center of the world Youve never seen such excellent ombroideMie at such insignificent prices as of manydays1500 yards embroidery regular 7J 6i quality white sale ptiae 5c 5000 yards embroidery regular 15 20 and 25c value white sale price lOc 5000 yards embroidery regular 3540 and 50c value white sale price 29c One lot corset cover embroidery regular 30 and 35c value white sale price 22o 1500 yards embroidery regular75c and 100 quality white sale price 57Jc T25 pieces all over embroidery in swiss and nainsook will be offeredat greatly reduced pries for the white sale V Its no freebie I6fih3 storethat want your business bus manyof them dont davetbe goods you want We are showing euerytiling new In dress goods and all other department n 2500 yards fine French Dress Ginghams in plaids checks and figuers worth JO to 12 J2c per yd will Be sold in this sale at 7 J2crDont wait until the best portion are picked out come and get first choice i N 4 +4444 4 4+ MyNt t it c1osesftJrl fi April lat + t ti 10 p m i f t HttOft + til n J1 l = r jrtf r The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1900 rCoURTSHIPS tAK1 Natives save a Decidedly Unique t Method of Bringing Matters a Close ftoIf In the village of Tlgara in north western Alaska one sees a young man beating out a piece of metal and fash toning a fingerring it is usually intend ed for some young woman but it re trains says the author of Short Sketches from Oldest America for the meeting of the two mothers to arrange mattersThe families may be living close together yet the mother of the young man will call on her neighbor and tell her how she has intended to be more neighborly but she has been so busy The neighbor will declare how delighted she is to see her Then mother number one begins to tell what a great hunter her son is and how good he Is Mother number two remarks that her daughter Is such a lovely cook Having taken lessons she knows how to cook everything Mother number one declares that they are never hungry In their igloo as son is always successful and brings lots of seals home Mother number two remarks that her daughter is such a good sewer and knows how to chew a beautiful boot sole It Is finally decided that the young man shall enter the girls family on a sort of trial If the girl turns up her nose and makes faces he may as well leave as the match will never amount to anything but should she greet him with an occasional smilearid allow him to sit by her side in the evening it will all be clear sailing and they will unite as husband and wif- eSKETCHES AS FAVORS Monarch of Portugal Kept Busy Doing WaterColor Portraits for Gifts beIIngculinary questions is an enthusiastic amateur painter It will be remem berer that several of his pictures received awards at the recent Interna tional exposition in Paris and each year he finishes a number of water colors pastels and psnandlnk draw ingsIn summer when he is residing on his estate in the north of Portugal he makes many water color sketches ot the young natives of that region They knowing their kings fondness for sketching them seek every occasion tor crossing his path One girl who was about to be married recently wrote him saying that in honor ot the coming event she would like tj have one of the sketches which he had doubtless made of her The king greatly amused summoned her to his presence and quickly sketching her portrait presented It to her as a wed ding gift A week after another pretty girl asked the same favor ot him and again the king granted her desireSince then he has been overwhelmed with petitions each summer and eaca summer royally grants them to the great delight of these his rural subjects A TYPE OF NEW ORLEANS Young and Strong Negro Who Follows a Monotonous Vo cation The New Orleans organ man is not as In most cities an Italian but a negro He Is usually young and al ways strong since the uptodate street music box is a mighty machlno and requires as much muscle as skill to manage properly Numa Pompllltu is a familiar New Orleans type ani may be seen grinding in all parts of the town from early morning until midnight To the casual observer says the Metropolitan this may ap pear a monotonous vocation but Numa does not think so anything Id better than pushing a gocart or working in the fields The pickanin nies who follow Numa from corner to corner know his fondness for cigars He on the other hand knows their de light in turning the organ crank Here then Is a fine opportunity for complete reciprocity Numa receives an assorted collection of cigar stumps picked up on the streets and in tuni the pickaninnies are privileged to play- a bar or two of II Trovatore Jerked out In sections this because the little blacks have not yet mastered the art of turning a smooth organ handle Mammoth Incubator An incubator with a capacity of 16 000 eggs the largest in the world has just been completed by a New York state man It Is 102 feet long and four and onehalf feet w de di vided into 100 compartments It would require an expenditure of from 5000 to 6000 to fill the incubator with eggs of the common variety It does the work of 1000 fowls averaging 15 eggs to a hen or has the capacity of one hen setting constantly for tenyears Diamond Drills Needed Warmth and softness will never melt a girls heart sighed the youn man who had tried to make an Impression on a young lady by saying sweet things I should say not replied the chap who had been jilted and learned by experience It is hardness and cold ness that melts their hearts diamond and Ice creamStray Stories Getting Ready Now that the ball players are pre paring to go south for the spring train- Ing the office boys are preparing a US of grandmothers and other distant relatives who will die from time to tlm during the season A Scientific Wonder The cures that stand to itscrcdft make Bucklens Arnica Salve a scien title wonder It cured E n Mul fftrd lecturer for tho Patrons of Husbandry Waynpsboro Pa of a dis tressing case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Bolls Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at Stockton Hngans drugstore f Most new wrinkles are caused by worrying over the ones we already have Photographers are the only persons who take women nt their fct value Bv saving her olbclothen any woman can be in style once in a lifetime A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Con stlpa on often ends in AJppendicitis To avoid all serious treuble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kibgs New Life Pills They perfect lyregulate these organs pain ot 25o at Stockton Hagan druggists Even a good fellow may reform Hereafter Nicholas Longnorth will be known M Alice Roosevelts husband Cattle Wasted We have onbaBd8boQnU shocks I fodder and want 50 or 100 cattle to Pot It eraeu 1Tjm WAd iWIN X7 s Blind HeadacheAb- outU a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta Gacr I suffered with blind sick leadaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried IIWINE CARDUI I S Womans Relief I immediately commenced to improve and s now I feel like a new woman and wish to- N recommend it to all sick women forj WRITE know it will cure them as it did US v xjv Cardui is pure medicinal extract of herbs which relievesa- nd describingfemale regulates female functionstonesuptheorgansconsider you free advice In plain sealed envelope Dont hesitate but Try it for your trouble write today Address Ladies visory Dept The Chattanooga Medi Every drUgglSt sells It cine Co Chattanooga Tenn In SI 00 DOttleS X TRADE WITH SCANDINAVIA Commerce Between United States and Those Countries Amounts to 32000000 Yearly Washington Trade of the United States with the Scandinavian countries under which term are IncludeJ Sweden Denmark and Norway amounts to 32000000 a year of which 6000000 Is imports nom and 26000 000 exports to those countries These are the figures for the fiscal year 1905 Figures just prepared by the depar ment of commerce and labor througa its bureau of statistics show that la 1895 the total trade with these threa countries amounted to 11000000 ot which a little less than 3000000 was Imports and a little more than 8000 000 exports Thus the trade of tho United States with these countries has increased practically 200 per cent in the last decade while our total for elgn trade has Increased but about 70 per cent How much of this rapid growth In our trade with these coun tries is due to the large percentage of their people who have become a part of the population of the United States cannot be statistically stated but it is at least an interesting fact that the Scandinavian population of the United States bears a larger ratio to the present population of their countries of nativity than Is true of any other class of our foreignborn population The census of 1900 shows In the United States 1062100 persons born In Sweden Denmark and Nor way a total equal to 107 per cent of the present population of these coun tries while the highest ratio which any other nationality in the United States bears to the present population of its home country is that of the United Kingdom 65 per cent while German ranks next with 48 per cent Italy 15 per cent and Austria Hungary 13 per cent NONE UNDER 40 DANCES Old Peoples Hop Bars All Younger Persons from the Floor Ob served by OldTimers Laconla N HAt Odd Fellows opera house at the Lakeport end of the city Washingtons birthday was most fittingly observed by the old timers The affair by all odds the social event of the season for that end of the city was designated as an old folks dance and the dancers of 25 to 30 years ago were out In full force Prominent in the Inception of this unique affair were Mrs L E Hayward and Mrs J E Scott and to their efforts In a large degree was due the attendance of the large company that was present The affair was given in aid of the hospital fund Stipulations of the invitations were to the effect that no person under 40 years of age would be admitted to the floor of the hall for dancing and that no dance of later date than 1880 would be allowed upon the programme It was a Jolly company of oldtimers that tripped the light fantastic until mid night Square dances and reels con tras and Jigs followed each other in rapid succession furnishing a sight to the galleries crowded with the young er generation that has not been equaled in this city for a score or more of years at least FAILS AND ENDS HER LIFE Teacher Humiliated Commits Suicide by Turning On Gas After Bad Examination Baltimore MdMizs Ella Mollen hagen teacher of German in a public school of this city committed suicide be cause of worry and humiliation over the receipt of a notice that after 11 years service as a teacher she had failed in an examination to entitle her to a higher salary because of defective hearing Miss Mollenhagen who was a very bright woman and a linguist locked herself up In her room and turned on the gas Her sister Ida Mollenhagen found her asphyxiated Miss Ida says that her sister considered the notice she received a reflection upon her efficiency as a teacher She remained away from her school several days until sent for by the principal who evidently considered her efficiency unimpaired as he offered to give her a higher grade to teach though with no increase of salary The school commissioners recently decided that teachers could not be cIa vated from a lower to a higher grade and receive an increase in salary with out passing a new examination no mat ter how long their tenure as a teacher NEED OF BIG NAVY SHOWN Secretary Bonaparte Declares It Nec essary to Assure Bank of Coun try Among Other Nations Baltimore Md Speaking at the thirtieth anniversary celebration of Johns Hopkins university Charles J Bonaparte secretary of the navy said We need our navy to make and keep ourselves such a nation as Wash ington hoped and believed we should become to assure what he called the rank due these United States among nations not as a matter of vanity- A great need of the navy he concluded is a thorough and unsparing but fair and intelligent criticism Every person in the service and espe dally the secretary at its head is a legitimate object of perfectly free comment for all the organs of pub lie opinion It this hurts his feelings he must be used to having them hurt But the duty ofcfair criticism has j negative no less than a positive side it forbjds unfair criticism and criti cism is surely unfair when based on willful misrepresentation or voluntary Ignorance of material facts rsgularlyGood resolution dont always make Rool t MaaJ tnw rttorm M jitrted In a slbocZsWMliIlilil MOTORCAR MECHANISM Propulsive Power Is Obtained Through the Process of Explosion mototIlean Illustrated Magazine The charge iof gas Is the equivalent of the gun powder and the piston Is the bullet the gas Is exploded and the piston files forward and the piston rod delivers its steamIwheel the steam presses against the piston four times In the explosion engine according to the prevailing system the gas operates against only one side of the piston the end of the cylinder through which the piston roll works Is completely open and there Is an explosion but once In two revolutions of the flywheel that Is there moveIby the explosion In the cylinder which supplies the energy to drive the automobile and the fotce required to strokesIa valve which opens 1chamber purpose third a forward stroke which sucks the charge of gas into the chamber through an inlet valve and fourth a backward stroke which compresses the gas for corn pression is necessary to secure the best energy of the gas The fifth stroke Is the first stroke over again the gas explodes and the piston shoots bulletllko forward COFFIN NAILS FOR CHINA America Sent 722000000 Cigar ettes to the Celestial Empire Last Year Nine per cent more cigarettes were manufactured in 1905 than in 1904 3500000000 In allbut not all of them were smoked here Cigarettes are the only tobacco man ufacture whose exportation from this country is important and during the- last three years this foreign trade has been growing In 1904 there were 1568608000 cigarettes exported and last year 1800000000 an indicated Increase for the 12 months of 1905 of 232000000 About fourfifths of the total exports of cigarettes go to Asia China in eluding Hongkong Imported 722000 000 and the British East Indies 508 342000 The next largest importing country is Australia which last year took 125000000 cigarettes The manufacture of cigarettes Is limited to four citiesNew York Richmond New Orleans and San Francisco New York first among the cigarmaking cities manufactures nearly twothirds of the cigarettes or about 2000000000 There are 225 cigarette factories here In a total of 485 for the whole country In recent years the number of small factories has been growing rapidly on the East side where new comers made by hand the variety of cigarettes called Turkish The total number of foreign made cigaretes imported Into the United States last year amounted to 3000000 onlyan insignificant quantity when compared with the large number of American made cigarettes exported Into other countries EARTH GETS BACK GOLD Treasures Ridden Away in BurieS Beceptacles and Cities of Ancient Times Gold reverts to the earth in many ways Treasure troves are being un earthed constantly especially in foreign countries and in romantic countries such as Mexico the Indies and South America where passions and riches run like the tides high and low Isnt it natural that a lovelorn Mexican should bury ills treasure rather than think his rival might get it Many treasures have been burled in the desert and a lone rider at dead of night might be seen in the old days digging up the gold he needed from time to time The secret was his and his alone If he should chance to meet death suddenly the se cret died with him The excavations that are being made in Greece and Egypt show goldtrimmed ornaments Jewelry and precious stones that havelain for centuries beneath cities whose struggle for gold has contrasted strangely with the calm wealth lying Just below them These treasure troves which come to the surface every year probably repre sent but a small part of thai which has been concealed and every ship which founders at sea takes a certain amount of gold with it which may amount to inywhere from a few pounds to mU lions The Boys destroyersOrthe annihilators of selfesteem the detectors of sham the champions of merit the scoffers of the false the boomers of the true the betenolrs of policemen the protectors of sisters the sweethearts of mothers the chant pions and chums of godfathers tha builders of cities the kings and princes of America my boys your boys everybodys boys God bless them one and alLAddress by Boa H M Heath Her Objection Miss OrangeDo you pbject to fete shortcomings Miss LemonNo toMe long staying Los Angeles Herald Former President Grover Cleveland celebrated his fifth birthday Sunday A coal famine prevails at Centralir Mo RigbtMVWMM Is never better for tak gjeM Coiia al C L SEARCY AND RICHMOND NATIONAL BANK Plaintiffs against WACO MINING AND MANUFAC TURING 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 1006 in the arxjve styled cause the un dersigned will on Monday April 2nd J906 between the hours of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclook 1fon the 2nd day of April being County Court day in front of the Court House proceed to expose to Public Sale to and best bidder the following de scribed property viz A Certain Lot or Parcel of Land containing ten anrcs of line clay located in Madison County Kentucky on the Louisville and Atlantic R R about five miles from Richmond at Searcy Station On this land is located a tile and brick factory which includes all of preSRroomkilns holler and engineone Freese tie and brick mili all the dies airtl attachments one Bell in2 automatic tile cutter brick tallies two Raymond No 2 press shingle dies brick all the tools pallets and paraphernalia connected with the plant Also all de fendants right title and interest in and to lease hold interest in about 1850 acres of fine clay land suit for a morn particular description reference in made to the deed hooks of the Madison County Clerks office where raid leases are recorded This is an un to date brick tile and phiuitle f ictorv in good repair and good running order located on and Pnrroundfd hy a body havingbeencent exposition and Worlds Fair rERMssaIwill be made on a credit of 6 mid 18 months The givebondpayment of the purchase money to have the lore and effect of a Judg merit bearing ltral interest from the day of sale with Lien reserved upon aid property until all the purchase money is patti T ft COII INS M O M C O Commissioners Sale THE BEKEA BANKING Co Plaintiff 321 ins ALECK ELIZA PURNAM Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue ofi Judgment and Order of Sale ot the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February Term thereof 1006 in the abov style cause the undersigned will on Monday April 2 1906 between the hiiirs of 1030 oclock A M and 12 oclock M at the Court House ICtniurkyheinirexpose to Piibllr ale to th highest and best bidder the following described vizAbout Two Acres located in Marticon CHintv near Berea adjoining the Clay Lick school iinuce lot and the land of Turner Hed Or a producethenmTERMS Sain will rm rrinde on a credit ofsix moiiiio The purchaser will be required to rive bond with ap proved Becnritv for the payment of thin purchase monev to hiwo the force and effct of a replevin bonrl hnnrinir legal interest trout the day of sale with a Lion reserved upon said property until all the pnrcituRn motley is paid T H COLLTbS M O M C 0 Commissioners Sale The Berea Bankinir Co Plaintiff asrainst RoLL Charity Mnnpiti Defendants Notice of Salein Equity By virtue of n Judgment mill Order of Sale of the Madison finnit Court rendered at the Fetxu ry rm thereof 1906 in the above style cnie the un dersicned will on- Monday April 2 1906 between the hours of 10 30 nVIock a m and 12 oclock m at the Court House KentuckybeingCouuty expose to Public Sale to tha highest end best bidder the following describ ed property viz A Certain Tract or Pracel of Land located in Madison County Kentucky on the waters of Walnut Meadow Creek containinc 21 4 mrrs nnd elev en poles or a sufficient quAmilv there of to produce the sum of l00T- ERMSSale will be made on a farm Progress cHow We Now Feed Land Which The- nAbundantly Feeds U- sT Ill 1JjNhishas caught tho true spirit of progress = slIe a practicescrops He knows his fields what each Is i producing pwill be safe to leave a certain on a cer pclIeffPflrenovatorstorer of fertility jbringingthe proper time in the system hodoesbut the average American intelligentagriculturist day Ho is his bust fieldslackstanding his rotation of crops treats them with chemicals or manure The plants them selves know what Is best for them Tho farmer Is study Ing his plants learning that playanworkWestomach feeds the blood if the stomach Is not In this proper condition to take from tho food such mineral ele rldblooc1aging ourselves asx well as we manage our fields Becaum you indigestion sour rlslngsdyspepsla you should get stomach Into a healthy working condition hv taking plenty of outdoor oserclse and give It a which with strengthen tho stomach so that it will properly take up thobloodthe channels In our body the and capillaries and the arteriesI vigorous we are as nearly possible Tho above facts como from no loss anauthority than Dr R V icrce medical SurgIcal Qthelarge practice in a farming district he waya antI human andnerbsputtheblood1makingThat Is why his gainedSUChago and has stood the test of approval ever since Wlthotitthmbt moro GoldenMtDiseyy o credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security for the payment of the purchase motley to have the force and effect of u Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon stid property untilall the purchase money is paid T H COLLINS M C M C O ommi sims ah ASIIEK HEXSLEV Plaintiffs against GRtNvz rtE 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 100G in the above style cause the un dersigned will on the premises Friday March 30 1906 t between the hours of Ift30 oclock M and 12 oclock in Madison County Kentucky proceed to expose to Public Sale tn the highest and best bidder the foollwing described property viz A Certain Tract of Land situated in Miidisui Cnunty on the waters of Muddy Creek near andvad joining the Marion Todd place and containing about 134 acres This is the land of Matthias Templeton and Mary Templeton his wif- eTELU1SSahe will hll made on a crrdlt of six months The pm chaser will be to triva bond with ape proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and street of a Judgment tearing legal interest from the day of sale with a Lien reserved said property until all the tnrchaimony is pal I T H COLLINS M C M C C ommi don r s d Gaar Scott io Plaintiffs against H P Biruluv 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 1006 in the above style cause the un April1J06a ni and 12 oclock m in front of Court House of Madison County Ken tuck being County Court Day pro tothejug described property viz One 1 horse power Corlies Traction Engine with covers wagons and nsual appurtenances manufactured by Gtar Scott Co 131x4 separator No 17089 and wagon with foldintr stacker belts and usual ppurtenancPsmanDfacturrd cv Gaar Scott Co 160 feet 8 in four ply drive bel 1 N T stacker short stackor feeder 1 wooden tank on wairon pump and hose This is a first class the hiue outfit and in yond run nips order Almost PS good as new produceot motley so ordered to be male anti the costs hereof TEllMSiSaln will he made on a credit of 3 and 6 months The pur chaser will bn required to give bund with approved security for the payment of the purchase to have the effect of a Judgment bearing legal in terest from ihe day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid T H COLLINS M O M C O Notice To Vitou TIlls CONCERNS As the ecutrix of the estate of Barney Kellay ileceas ed I hereby notify all person having claims of indehtednew against said estate to file same properly proven or verified nn or before the 4th day of June WOO with me for approbation and ttlaiuuut Alt persons indebted to said estate Barney Keli y are requeled to call auJ settle tame with me and tnereby prevent mutual auuornnce i or my representative may be found at B Kjlleys shoestnrt on Second street in Richmond Ky This 8th of March llltd Mrs Mary Kelley Kxecitrix of H Killaya estate For Sale The Di llobson residence and business rooms on main Street next door to Government liniidiiiir This is no of in st dnsirjible pitnussof property in Uiclimjiiil Fur particulars call on undersigned- Dr HT Sandhn Richmond Ky Government Hog Cholera Remedy and free pamphlet onthe disease and its cure atourstore 7m2t Stockton Hagan United States than any other stomach toclrcnlallng catarrhIsDiscoveryrestoresof tho stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and enabling the foodfromFor seven years I suffered with a hearttrouble lIrsnarrcttoArk During that time I was never speilsand doctorsstages and that I was bound to die My ThPierces thefirsttil I had taken six bottles of his GoMea Medical Discovery and Favorite Piecriptlon Now I to a1 own worts far I f Mlly el few o j 0 4t i jjit L WOMEN ASTYTDE IN FIELD Dianas of the E gllsh Runt Still Stick to Their Divided Sk ts Hunting circles In England an1 they embrace this year an even great er proportion than usual of the fash- Ionable setonce again are keenly ex ercised about the question of women riding astride and though the popular prejudice against the practice Is ax strong as ever those who advocate I are championing their faith with the courage that Is at least conspicuous says the New York Press All the principal packs have representatives of a sartorial division as appalling say the conservatives as would follow on the granting of home rule to Ire land The Kytchley and the Quorn the Blackmore Vale and the V W H as those who follow the Vale of the White Horse love to call themselves have frowned as vainly as ungallantl on the fair pioneers who come to their meets in long frock coats that just show neat top boots resting In stirrups onthe horror of Itboth sides of a mans hunting saddle The masculinelooking Dlannas still stick to their guns and theirby courtesy divided skirts and In spite of tin outcry of the doctors In spite of a sad suspicion of unholy satisfaction on the part ot the field when one of the straddlers comes to grief many of these riders are going so straight and so strong that they are slowly but surely finding more Imitators every week HEELS HALF A YARD HIGH Root of the Idea to Which Women Owe Many Foot Deformities Heels It Is said owo their origin to Persia where they were introduced upon sandals in the shape of blocks of wood fixed underneath such being the root idea of those deformities to which woman owes so many of her woes In Persia the first home of the heel however theso blocks of wood were used simply to raise the feet from the burning sands of that country and were about two Inches highWith tho Persian women these blocks were vastly higher than those affected by the men their height be- Ing from 18 inches to 2 feet thus be coming more of the nature of stilts than anything else Strangely enough many years after a similar fashion came Into vogue in Venice but the motive in this case was com ically different for by its means jealous husbands thought they would be able to keep their wives at home The supports of such shoes in Venice were called Chaplneys and to appease the vanity of the ladies and doubt less also to sugar the pill were mado highly ornate The height of these chapineys determined the rank of the wearer an extra coating for the pill the noblest dames being permitted to wear them half a yard or more high THE SPAS OF CALIFORNIA Matter of Economic Interest to Amer icans Who Go Abroad for Their Health The spas of Europe are a vast source of profit to the countries in which they are situated In these Meccas of the healthless are annually spent million upon millions of dollars which tend to the enrichment not only of land lords and tradesmen but more or less of the whole resident population It Is therefore says the San Francisco Argonaut a matter not alone of med- Ical but of economic interest that In the opinion of Dr Simon Baruch a distinguished practitioner in hydro therapy who Is now within the bor ders of the state there are springs In California the waters of which rival In curative powers those of Baden Baden BadNauhelm Carlsbad Can nes and many other famous springs In Europe As is well known particu larly such affections as rheumatism gout and nervous disorders yield to hy drotheraplc treatment and while the human mind Is so constituted that re mote and expensive cures are more highly considered than near and In expensive ones it is certainly to be hoped that California springs wilt shortly have a place in the cure of these arjfl other diseases such as in the opinion of Dr Baruch they de serve to haveSSwedes In Finland A Finland correspondent writes It Is not generally known that the Swedes In Finland form a large pro portion of the population there being about 400000 of these In a total of 2890000 The Swedesor more correctly Flnlanders whose mother tongue Is Swedishare mostly farmers or workers on the land only 25 percent of them inhabiting towns During the craze known as Fennomanla many Swedes changed their Swedish family names for Finnish ones like their na tional hero Georg Forsman who diol as Irjo Koskinen Of ihe 250 news papers published in Finland 81 aro printed in Swedish Cant Stop Her Im going up to Interview your wlfer said the society reporter di you suppose shell talk- Do 12 replied the husband why shell be talking when your twenty second edition comes ouW Yoaker Statesman Taken by Surprise when did you first get ac with paw IMaw years after I married kim Chicago Tribune There cap be no fIdahiytotrRtliMi- omeatofallible men j Thewlsdounfromeovowflh1ehcwHS n WiLL CLOTHING Mens Youths and Boys Suits tlJ The most economical to buy because they are better made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at Popular Prices i T tlJ Ai None Genuine Without the Label on the Collar j FOR SALE BY SA El CLARK Edenton Kentucky THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO- 4 v TRANSIT COMPANY CONNECTING CLEVELAND and BUFFALO AWHILE YOU SLEEP SERVICENEW CITY OF BUFFALO aND CITY OF ERIE Both together being without doubt In all respects the finest and fastest that are run in the interest of the traveling public in the United States TIME CARDDAILY INCLUDING SUNDAY Cleveland 8 pm Buffalo 630 am Buffalo 8 pm Cleveland 630 am TIME ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIES STEAMER Connections made at Buffalo with trains for all Hastern and Canadian atClerelsnd for Toledo Detroit and alt point West and Southwest Tickets ruilloi t tr US k MS will be oa Ibis Ctopass Sttamtrs without ci rC Special Low Rates Cleveland to Buffalo and Niagara Ian every Saturday Night also Buffalo to Cleveland Ask Ticket Agents for tickets via CB Line Send four cents for illustrated pamphlet W F HERMAN 6 P Cleveland Ohio REVIVORESTORES VITALITY c Made a t 1 Well Man i THE kofMe GaEAT 1IPBENoB 13produces theabove results In 30 days It acts powerfully and QUlcitr CUres when Ill others tolL Sonus menwill regain their lost manhood and old men will recover their youthful Tigor by using REVIVO It culcUy and eurely restores Nerront ness Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emissions Lost Power Falling Memory Wsstlnz Diseases sad til effects of seUabcsa or excess and indiscretion which unfits ona for study business ormarriage II notonly rates by starting at the seat of disease but a mat nerve tonlo and blood builder bring lag back the pink glow to palo cheeks andre Storing the fire of youth It wards off Insanity and Consumption Insist on having nEVIVO no other It can be carried in vest rocket By mall 8100 perpactageor six for SGOO with a positive written guarantee to cure or reload the money Book and advise free Address ROYAL MEDICINE CO Marine 8Utli- For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184gets the best C 0 AL COMPANY in Richmond When you want a load of the best coal obtain able go to the phone and call lot 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the people who se- llpk lOla 6a actctAWo at l akkt all guaranteed to give satis promptdelivery 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 call L E Lane Jewele- rChesapeake Ohio RAILWAY Schedule trom Winchester Ky lu effect February 1906 subject to cban without notice SForIouisvhlje Nashvlte Memphis stud SottthwtstS 1167 a m9l8 pm daily West bound Local TraitisS855 a mG30 p m exceptSnnilav for Washington Baltimore Jhisdel pnihNew York RichMoiid Old Point and Kprfolk 7520 am 43Sjudnily East I LocarTff I JI 2 l J WiLL Bargain Rates TO II California Northwest Ticketson Sale Daily Until April 7th 190- 6UFree Reclining Chair Curs or pay a very moderate sum for hI th inpullmau Tourist Sleeping Car Take your choice of two good routesvia El Peso Short Line or through Scenic Colorado Our Tourist Folder will be of Interest Ask also for illustrated California Book in colors wheh writing for exact rates from your home townS SGeo H Lee- = Gen Pass Agt Little Rook Ark I Always at I Cents Free Check Room ilFORC EDS YourService RegularDinner 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 BailsCling hairYD W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery f M MILLER ATTOBXETATLAVr RICHMOND KENTUOXT Office n the JJarnam Building next door to aimers National Bank feb3ly I A StrIjIjIVN-J ArrORNEYArLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffice over State Bank Trust Co op osite Court House on Main Street LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY TJ GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAVV Office over C A Taylors hard ware store opposite Court House Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Hours 8tO to a m 2 to 4 pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice Arnr Is Res Tele 525 RICHMONf KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PHONE 4 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Marshall K Denny Dentist Office over State Bank Trust Co Telephone 298 RICHMOND KY V M Blanton DENTIS- TSin Bennett Building ijanly TELEPHONE 198 KILLTHECOUCHAND KingsNew ONSUMPTION OUGHSand OLDS IISOCI00 ITHROAXXBS or MONEY BAOX I 1s1e5hv ft Jl to t FMHW cad City jMOfPrtr for sale SS D A r 1 tLl tfjtJ Ib Iio andI H I McGuire Dist Pass Agt TheHome Cinruini ai 0 The MostUptoDate Restaurantand LunchCounter in the- South L1N Tim Table Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox Lv 1215 p m Title Exess south bound 12S5 pm No 2 Knoxville Clnnatl I5pm Express north bound 200 pm No Knoxville Clnnatl 4O5a m Express north bound 410 am No Knoxville Clnnati 1154 pm Express south bound 1159 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays 610 a m vllle Accm north bound C10 a m No 11 Stanford and Slays 720 p m vllle Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to Mt Vernou Accm south bound 915 a m No 29 Cynthiana and 940 am Stanford expo south 1220 pm 350 pm No 30 north bound 30pm Lonlnilb I Atlantic Riilroi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For IIIbyvllleand Cincinnati For Irvine Iud Beattyville u u6Uam For Irvine and Beattyville 1125 am TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and Ili5ani Cincinnati uu KMr m From Ileattvvlllp and Irvine 130 p m From Beattyville and Irvine 835 pan itit SMITH GFPVersailles Kv RA Woolnms RIO- fficeOlyndon Hotel Richmond If Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this line We will save you money New Carriage Works Newby Ky ++++CALL AT+++ JONES MERSHONS SALOOM PARLOR WHEN IK TOWN Coolest and most refresinii of drinks thatcan be found in the city are dispensed by upto iate and acc nnnO dation tawtce Smtof Watcr Kep oa Tpj if Phone 3 ii Second St if 5 r The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 IflOC rURTSHIPSN9ASKA1Ktive Method of Bringing Matters to a Close If in the village of Tlgara In north western Alaska one sees a young man beating out a piece of metal and fash- Ioning a fingerring it is nsually intend ed for some young woman but it re mains says the author of Short Sketches from Oldest America for the meeting of the two mothirsta arrange mattersThe families may be living dose together yet the mother of the young man will call on her neighbor and tell her how she has intended to be more neighborly but she has been so busy The neighbor will declare how delighted she is to see her Then mother number one begins toI tell what a great hunter her son Is and how good he is Mother number two remarks that her daughter is such a lovely cook Having taken lessons she knows how to cook everything Mother number one declares that they are never hungry in their igloo as son is always successful and brings lots of eals home Mother number two remarks that her daughter Is such a good sewer and knows how to chew a beautiful boot soleIt is finally decided that the young man shall enter the girls family on a sort of trial If the girl turns up her nose and makes faces he may as well leave as the match will never amount to anything but should she greet him with an occasional smileand allow him to sit by her side in the evening it will all be clear sailing and they will unite as husband and wif- eSKETCHES AS FAVORS Monarch of Portugal Kept Busy Doing WaterColor Portraits for Gifts The king of Portugal besides be lug considered an authority upon culinary questions is an enthusiastic amateur painter It will be remem berer that several of his pictures re ceived awards at the recent interna tional exposition In ParIs and each year he finishes a number of water l rs and draw ingsIIn summer when he is residing on his estate in the north of Portugal he makes many water color sketches ot the young natives of that region They knowing their kings fondness for sketching them seek every occaslo tor crossing his path One girl who was about to be married recently wrote him saying that in honor ot the coming event she would like tj have one of the sketches which he had doubtless made of her The king greatly amused summoned her to his presence and quickly sketching her portrait presented it to her as a wed ding gift A week after another pretty girl asked the same favor ot him and again the king granted bea desireSSince then he has been overwhelmed with petitions each summer and eac summer royally grants them to thuGgreat delight of these his rural subjectsHA TYPE OF NEW ORLEANS Young and Strong Negro Who PalOlows a Monotonous Vo cation The New Orleans organ man Is not as in most clUes an Italian but a negro He Is usually young and al ways strong since the uptodate street music box is a mighty machino and requires as much muscle as skill to manage properly Kuma Pompllliu is a familiar New Orleans type an 1 may be seen grinding In All parts of the town from early morning until midnight To the casual observer says the Metropolitan this may ap pear a monotonous vocation but Numa does not think so anything Id better than pushing a gocart or working in the fields The pickanin flies who follow Numa from corner to corner know his fondness for cigars He on the other hand knows their de light in turning the organ crank Here then is a fine opportunity for complete reciprocity Numa receives an assorted collection of cigar stumps picked up on the streets and In tura the pickaninnies are privileged to play- a bar or two of II Trovatore Jerked out in sections this because the little blacks have not yet mastered the art of turning a smooth organ handle Mammoth Incubator An incubator with a capacity of 15 000 eggs the largest in the world has just been completed by a New York state man It is 102 feet long and four and onehalf feet w de dl vided Into 100 compartments It would require an expenditure of from 5000 to 6000 to fill the incubator with eggs of the common variety It does the work of 1000 fowls averaging 15 eggsto a hen or has the capacity of hen setting constantly for tenyears Diamond Drills Needed Warmth and softness will never melt a girls heart sighed the youn man who had tried to make an im pression on a young lady by saying sweet things I should say not replied the chap who had been jilted and learned by experience It is hardness and colt ness that melts their hearts diamond and Ice creamStray Stories Getting Ready Now that the ball players are preparing to go south for the spring train- Ing the office boys are preparing a list of grandmothers and other distant relatives who will die from time to Urn during the season A Scientific Wonder The cures that stand to itscrcdft make Bucklens Arnica Salve ascien stile wonder It cured E n Mul ford lecturer for the Patrons of Hus bandry Wnynpsboro Pa of a dis tressing case uf Piles It heals the worst Bnrns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at Stockton I Hagans drug store f Most new wrinkles are caused b alreadyhav3 Photographers are the only persons who take women at heir fcw value By saving tier olbcloiliuHany woman can be in style once in a lifetime A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Cot stipation often ends in AJppend Jcitls To avoid all serious treuble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Or Kthgs Now Life Pills They lyregulate these organs without pain 01 25o at Stockton Hagan druggists Even a good fellow may reform Hereafter Nicholas Longnorth will be known M Alice Roosevelts husband Cattle Wanted We have on bud sbountlSOOshocks oTfaUr sad want 50 or 100 e Ule to leefl Pott LHterson JTJwiU dMtWkJta StaOw Xy Blind HeadacheU About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta Gaer I suffered with blind sick leadaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried IIWINE CARDUI I Womans Relief I immediately commenced to improve and N now I feel like a new woman and wish to- NS recommend it to all sick women for I WRITE v know it will cure them as it did me Cardui is pure medicinal extract of FREELYvegetable herbs which relieves and frankly describingemale pains regulates female your symptoms we win functions tones up the organs consider your case and give X of healthtO aproper Stateyou free advice in plain sealed envelope Dont hesitate but Try it for your trouble write today Address Ladies Ad visory Dept The Chattanooga Medi NS Every drilgWSt sells It clue Co Chattanooga Tenn v m SlOO DOttlCS TRADE WITH SCANDINAVIA Commerce Between United States and Those Countries Amounts to 32000000 Yearly Washington Trade of the Unllel States with the Scandinavian coun tries under which term are includoJ Sweden Denmark and Norway amounts to 32000000 a year of which 6000000 is imports irom and 26000 000 exports to those countries These are the figures for the fiscal year 1905 Figures just prepared by the depar ment of commerce and labor through its bureau of statistics show that la 1895 the total trade with these threa countries amounted to 11000000 ot which a little less than 3000000 was imports and a little more than 8000 000 exports Thus the trade of the United States with these countries has increased practically 200 per cent in the last decade while our total foreign trade has increased but about 70 per cent How much of this rapid growth in our trade with these countries is due to the large percentage of their people who have become apart of the population of the United States cannot be statistically stated but it is at least an interesting fact that the Scandinavian population of the United States bears a larger ratio to the present population of their countries of nativity than is truo of any other class of our foreignborn population The census of 1900 shows in the United States 1062100 persons born in Sweden Denmark and Norway a total equal to 107 per cent of the present population of these countries while the highest ratio which ny other nationality in the United tates bears to the present population of its home country is that of the United Kingdom 65 per cent while erman ranks next with 48 percent Italy 15 per cent and Austria ungary 13 per cent NONE UNDER 40 DANCES ld Peoples Hop Bars All Younger Persons from the Floor Ob served by OldTimers Laconia N HAt Odd Fellows opera house at the Lakeport end of the city Washingtons birthday was most fittingly observed by the old timers The affair by all odds the social event of the season for that end of the city was designated as an old folks dance and the dancers of 25 to 30 years ago were out In full force Prominent in the Inception of this unique affair were Mrs L E Hayward and Mrs J E Scott and to their efforts in a large degree was duo the attendance of the large company that was present The affair was given In aid of the hospital fund Stipulations of the Invitations were to the effect that no person under 40 years of age would be admitted to the floor of the hall for dancing and that no dance of later date than 1880 would be allowed upon the programme It was a Jolly company of old lmers that tripped the light fantastic until midnight Square dances and reels contras and jigs followed each other in rapid succession furnishing a sight to the galleries crowded with the younger generation that has not been equaled in this city for a score or more of years at least FAILS AND ENDS HER LIFE Teacher Humiliated Commits Suicide by Turning On Gas After Bad Examination Baltimore MdMiss Ella Mollen teacher of German in a public of this city committed suicide because of worry and humiliation over the receipt of a notice that after 11 years service as a teacher she had failed in an examination to entitle her to a higher salary because of defective hearing Miss Mollenhagen who was a very bright woman and a linguist locked herself up in her room and turned on the gas Her sister Ida Mollenhagen found her asphyxiated Miss Ida says that her sister considered the notice she received a reflection upon her efficiency as a teacher She remained away from her school several days until sent for by the principal who evidently considered her efficiency unimpaired as he offered to give her a higher grade to teach though with no increase of salary The school commissioners recently decided that teachers could not be elevated from a lower to a higher grade and receive an increase in salary with out passing a new examination no mat ter how long their tenure as a teacher NEED OF BIG NAVY SHOWN Secretary Bonaparte Declares It Nec essary to Assure Bank of Coun try Among Other Nations Baltimore Md Speaking at the thirtieth anniversary celebration of Johns Hopkins university Charles J Bonaparte secretary of the navy said We need our navy to make and keep ourselves such a nation as Wash- Ington hoped and believed we should become to assure what he called the rank due these United States among nations not as a matter of vanity- A great need of the navy he concluded is a thorough and unsparing but fair and Intelligent criticism Every person in the service and especially the secretary at its head is a legitimate object of perfectly tree comment for all the organs of public opinion if this hurts his feelings he must be used to having them hurt But the duty of fair criticism has i negative no less than a positive side It forbids unfair criticism and criti- cIsm is surely unfair wIreD based pa willful misrepresentation or voluntary Ignorance of material facts jltUlarlyGood resolations dont always wake JfOOIiIII true reform Ii itertef InVs cIubo4eI4eL 1V MOTORCAR MECHANI3Mfe Propulsive Power IB Obtained Through the Process of ExplosionMworking principle of the moto IThe has given the automobile this new life is roughly theloof the rifle says the Amer lean Illustrated Magazine The charge iof gas is the equivalent of the gun powder and the piston is the bullet the gas is exploded and the piston flies forward and the piston rod delivers Its motion to the crank shaft of the steam theIpiston four times In the explosion engine according to the prevailing system the gas operates against only one side of the piston the end of the cylinder through which the piston roil therelis moveIwhich supplies the energy to drive the automobile and the force required to complete the three nonpower strokes second a backward stroke whlci pushes the exploded gases out of the opensforstroke which sucks the charge of gas into the chamber evalveppressionenergy of the gas The fifth stroke is the first stroke over againthe gas ex plodes and the piston shoots bulietllko forward COFFIN NAILS FOR CHINA America Sent 722000000 Cigar ettes to the Celestial Empire last Year Nine per cent more cigarettes were manufactured in 1905 than in 1904 3500000000 In allbut not all of them were smoked here Cigarettes are the only tobacco man ufacture whose exportation from this country is important and during the last three years this foreign trade has been growing In 1904 there were 1568608000 cigarettes exported and last year 1800000000 an indicated Increase for the 12 months of 1905 of of the total exports of cigarettes go to Asia China in cluding Hongkong imported 722000 000 and the British East Indies 508 342000 The next largest importing country is Australia which last year took 125000000 cigarettes The manufacture of cigarettes la limited to four citiesNew York Richmond New Orleans and San Francisco New York first among the cigarmaking cities manufactures nearly twothirds of the cigarettes or about 2000000000 There are 225 cigarette factories here in a total of 485 for the whole country In recent years the number of small factories has been growing rapidly on the East side where newcomers made by hand the variety of cigarettes called Turkish The total number of foreign made clgaretes imported into the United States last year amounted to 3000000 onlyan insignificant quantity when compared with the large number of American made cigarettes exported into other countries EARTH GETS BACK GOLD treasures Ridden Away in Buriea Receptacles and Cities of Ancient Times Gold reverts to the earth in many ways Treasure troves are being un earthed constantly especially in foreign countries and in romantic countries such as Mexico the Indies and South America where passions and riches run like the tides high and low Isnt It natural that a lovelorn Mexican should bury ills treasure rather than think his rival might get it Many treasures have been burled in the desert and a lone rider at dead of night might be seen in the old days digging up the gold he needed from time to time The secret was his and his alone If he should chance to meet death suddenly the se cret died with him The excavations that are being made in Greece and Egypt show goldtrimmed ornaments jewelry and precious stones that havelain for centuries beneath cities whose struggle for gold has contrasted strangely with the calm wealth lying just below them These treasure troves which come to the surface every year probably represent but a small part of that which has been concealed and every ship which founders at sea takes a certain amount of gold with It which may amount to inywhere from a few pounds to mil lions The Boys Heres to the boys the destroyers of dignity the demolishers of conceit the annihilators of selfesteem the detectors of sham the champions of merit the scoffers of the false thin boomers of the true the betenolrs of policemen the protectors of sisters the sweethearts of mothers the cham pions and chums of godfathers tha builders of cities the kings and princes of America my boys your boys everybodys boys God bless them one and ai1Address by BOA HM Heath Her Objection Miss OrangeDo you pbject to short comings staytogsLos Former President Urover Cleveland celebrated his 69th b1rt day Sunday A coal famine prevails at Ceatralir Mo RiffHt MMMM li never fetter for tat lLpMV 1 prCoiioC Ii SEARCY AND RICHMOND NATIO thagainstWACO MIXING AND MAXUFAC TUBING COMPANY ETC Defendants Notice of Sale iu Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February Term thereof 1006 in the afove styled cause the un dersigned will on Monday April 2nd 1906 between the honrs of 1030 oclock a m and 12 oclook M on the 2nd day of April being County Conrt day in front of the Court House proced to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following de scribed property viz bALandScontaining ten acres of line clay 101 cated in Madison County Kentucky on the Louisville and Atlantic R R about five miles from Richmond at Searcy Station On this land is located a tile jtheroom the Todd house stable etc two kilos boiler and ngineone H reese the and brick mili all the dies and attachments one Ben inll antomntio tile cutter brick tables two Raymond No 2 press shingle dies brick dies and al the tools pallets and paraphernalia Iifendautsand to lease hold interest in about 1850 acres of fine clay land and for a more particular description reference ereby made to the deed honks of the adison County ClArks odlco where said leases are rcorded This is an uo to date brick tile and phliurle f ictorv good repair and good running order cited on ami Mirroiinripii hV1 hodV riJbeencent exposition nwl Worlds Fair TERISSsltwill be made on a credit of 6 mid 18 months The gIvebondp 11aymenthave the low and effect of a Jude ment beating leirnl interest from the il of sale with 1aldmoney is paidCT H Dmminionera l1ITHE HEnnA BANKING Co Plaintiff aeainst ALECK ELIZA rUm Af Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity o cfrendered at the hriiaryTprm thereof 1006 iu the above style cause the un dersigned will on Monday April 2 J 906 between the hcnrs of 1030 orlock A JI and 12 oclock M a t the Conrt House door in MaclNn County Kentucky being Countv lonrt Day proceed to to Piibllr Sale to thq highest nd best bidder the following described viz About Two Acres located in Madison Cinntv near Bare a adjoining the Clay Lick school bone lot and the lanltIf Turner Hed Or a producetheTERMSS4ln will bo mode on a credit of six monris The purchaser will be required to eive bond with ap paymenthet I and effect of a replevin bond bflnrinir legal interest from thn day of sale with a Lien reserved upon saul nroperty paidTCommissioners Sale The Berea Banking Co azainat Robt Charity Mnnpin Defendants Notice of falein Equity By virtue of Judgment mid Order of Sale of the Madison Tinnit Court rendered at the Feint rv rm thereof 1900 in the above styltTcuiiof the un dersigned will o- nMonday April 2 1906 between the hours of 10 30 oclock a m and 12 oclock m at the Court House KentuokybeioJexpose to Public Stile to the hichpst soil best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Pracel of Land located in Madison County Kentucky on the watets of Walnut Meadow Creek cotitaininc 21 4 airs and elev en poles or a sufficient quantity there ot to produce the sum of SILUOO TERMS Sale will be made on a Farm Progress How We Now Feed Land Which Then iii Abundantly Feeds Us IHE mod a r nj1 troatsfjhishas caught the true spirit of progress =He has a management Ho prac tices rigid rotation of crops lie knows his fields what each Is best capable of pro 7willcertain crop on a cer 7liebrenostorer of fertility q Jbringingthe proper time in the system JIBdoesAmericanfarmer todayfieldslackcropehoor manure Tho plants them selves know Is best for them Tho farmer Is thitthaan important part In the suc worlWefeed IfthorotatherCdbloodaging ourselves as well as wo manage our fields Itecauwi you indigestion sour rlsingsdy8pepsiayou should get o Ia I1to a Li4ILLIJ1VU1tIU5 WIIUIt400 IIY taking plenty of outdoor exercise and give It a tonic which with strengthen the upthethroughtheIsvigorouspossible The above factrt come fn ra no less an medicaldirector hisearlythe facts as given above Having a hostudIedandherbsputthoful condition and thereby fed tho blood 01throwing mOie1million a 1- Ia edit of nix months The purchaser be required to give bond with ap oved security for the payment of e purchase money to have the force- dan effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon siid property untilall e purchase money is paid T H COLLIN4 JI C M C 0 wasrs ale ABIIEB HEXSLEV Pint ntiff against GBAXVILIE 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 1906 in the above style cause the un dersigned will on the premises Friday March 30 1906- etween t the hours of 1030 oclock M nd 12 oclock M in Madison County Kentucky proceed to expose to Sale to the highest and best bidder the foollwing described property viz A Certain Tract of Land situatud in Madison County on the waters of Muddy Creek near and ad oininir the Marion Todd place and containing about 134 acres This is the land of Matthias Templeton and Mary Templeton hit wife TEIUISSale will be made on a c w puichaserillproved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and- Llett of a Judgment Leaning legal inter at from the day of sale with a Lien reserved said property until all the purchase mousy is pall T H COLLINS M C M C C Condors Sale Gaar fcrott Co Plaintiffs against H P Barclay Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judmentand Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at tim Ftbruary Term thereof 1000 in tint nbive style cause the un dersigned will on the 2oti day of April 906 between the hours of 1030 oclock in and 12 oclock m in front IIf ourt House of Madison County Kentucky being County Court Day pro ceed to expose to PUBLIC SALE to be highest and best bidder the foliow ug described propertyviz One 10horse power Corliss Traction Engine with covers wagons and nsual appurtenances manufactured hy Gllar Scott Co 131x49 separator No 17089 and wagon with folding stacker belts and usual uppnrtennncpsniannfacturrd y Gaar scott Co 150 feet S in four drive bel N T stacker abort stacker feeder 1 wooden tank on wagon pump and hose This is a first class thieving outfit anti in good run fling order Almost as Rood as new Or a sufficient quantity thereof to pro nraountITEllMS Sale will he made on a purhaserwith pprovedsecurity for the payment ut the pnrclmse to have the effect of a Judgment bearing legal in terest from the day of sale with a Lien reserved upon fiaid property until all the purchase monty Iii T H COLLINS M 0 M C O Notice rTo WHOM THIS CONCERNS As the rcecutrix of the estate of Barney Kelley Ieceas ei Lhereby notify all persons having claims of indebtedness against paid estate to file same properly proven or verified m or before the 4th day of June 1006 with me for approbation and atittienieiitV sl1tetfare to anti tmtile same with me arid tnereby prevent mutual annoyance I or my representative may be found at B Killeyrt slioestrirn on Second street in Richmond Ky lhis SLit of March lEkiti Mrs Mary Kelley FJaclt ill of H K IIays estate for Salt The Di llobson residence and business rooms on main stra next door to Government Imiiding This is ne of in ist desirable pitsossof property in Richmond For particulars call on undersigned- Dr HT Sandhn Richmond Ky Government Hog Cholera Remedy and free pamphlet onthe disease and its cure at our store 7m2t Stockton Hagan iiiVUnited States than any other stomach and blood remedy Start the blood to catarrhIs stagnation of tne blood Dlscovcryrestoresof the stomach and other of digestion and nutrition and enabling the foodfromFor seven years I suffered with a hearttroubleltirsliarrettoArk During that time I was never spellsanda very severe cough Finally the doc laatstageshusband then fcculdusIllPiesciItiona family ffewr b II u r WOMEN AST IDE IN FIElD Dianas of the E gUsh Hunt Still- S lck to Their Sk ts DividedI Hunting circles In England an1 they embrace this year an even great er proportion than usual of the fash ionable setonce again are keenly ex ercised about the question of women riding astride and though the popular prejudice against the practice Is aa strong as ever those who advocate I are championing their faith with the courage that is at least conspicuous says the New York Press All the principal packs have representatives of a sartorial division as appalling say the conservatives as would follow on the granting of home rule to Ire land The Rytchley and the Quoru the Blackmore Vale and the V W H as those who follow the Vale of tho White Horse love to call themselves have frowned as vainly as ungallant on the fair pioneers who come to their meets in long frock coats that just show neat top boots resting In stirrups onthe horror of Itboth sides of a mans hunting saddle The masculinelooking Dlannas still stick to their guns and theirby courtesy divided skirts and in spite of tin outcry of the doctors in spite of a sad suspicion of unholy satisfaction on the part ot the field when one of the straddlers comes to grief many of these riders are going so straight and so strong that they are slowly but surely finding more Imitators every week HEELS HALF A YARD HIGH Root of the Idea to Which Women Owe Many Foot Deformities Heels it is said owe their origin to Persia where they were introduced upon sandals in the shape of blocks of wood fixed underneath such being the root idea of those deformities to which woman owes so many of herewoes In Persia the first home the heel however theso blocks of wood were used simply to raise the feet from the burning sands of that country and were about two inches highWith the Persian women these blocks were vastly higher than those affected by the men their height be ing from 18 Inches to 2 feet thus be coming more of the nature of stilts than anything else Strangely enough many years after a similar fashion came into vogue In Venice but the motive in this case was com ically different for by its means jeal- oUs husbands thought they would be able to keep their wives at home The supports of such shoes In Venice were called Chaplneys and to appease the vanity of the ladies and doubt less also to sugar the pill were made highly ornate The height of ttyese chaplneys determined the rank of the wearer an extra coating for the pill the noblest dames being permitted to wear them half a yard or more high THE SPAS OF CALIFORNIA Matter of Economic Interest to Amer icans Who Go Abroad for Their Health The spas of Europe are a vast source of profit to the countries in which they are situated In these Meccas of the healthless are annually spent millions upon millions of dollars which tend to the enrichment not only of land lords and tradesmen but more or less of the whole resident population It is therefore says the San Francisco Argonaut a matter not alone of med- Ical but of economic Interest that in the opinion of Dr Simon Baruch a distinguished practitioner in hydro therapy who Is now within the bor ders of the state there are springs In California the waters of which rival in curative powers those of Baden Baden BadNauhelm Carlsbad Can nes and many other famous springs In partlcuigout and nervous disorders yield to hy drotheraplc treatment and while the human mind is so constituted that re mote and expensive cures are more highly considered than near and in expensive ones it is certainly to be hoped that California springs win shortly have a place in the cure of these and other diseases such as In the opinion of Dr Baruch they de serve to have Swedes in Finland A Finland correspondent writes It is not generally known that tho Swedes in Finland form a large pro portion of the population there being about 400000 of these In a total of 2890000 The Swedesor more cor rectly FInlanders whose mother tongue is SwedIShare mostly farmers or workerson the land only 25 per cent of them inhabiting towns During the craze known as Fennomanla many Swedes changed their Swedish family names for Finnish ones like their na tional hero Georg Forsman who diel as trio Koskinen Of the 250 news papers published In Finland 81 are printed In Swedish Cant Stop Her Im going up to interview your wife said the society reporter d you suppose shell talk Do 12 replied the husband why shell be talking when your twenty second edition comes oUUYonkeN Statesman Taken by Surprise Maw when did you first get ac quainted with paw Several yrars after t Marrted him iearF Chicago Tribune There can be no finality totrinh tbt oHesto fallible nif n TIMWidOIB from abouiU kMW Isf 4tffw rl Mawf jc l TsWLL SHIELD CLOTHINGMens Youths and Boys Suits The most economical to buy because they are better made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at Popular Prices d TNoneGetiuine Without the Label on the Collar FOR SALE BY jA EL CLARK Edenton Kentucky THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO v TRANSIT COMPANY CONNECTING CLEVELAND and BUFFALO WHILE YOU SLEEP MQUT SERYICNEW CITY OF BUFFALO aND CITY OF ERIE Both together being without doubt In all respects the finest and fastest that are run in the interest of the traveling public in the United States TIME CARDDAILY INCLUDINO SUNDAY LEaVE ARRIVE Cleveland 8 pm Buffalo 630 am Buffalo 8 pm Cleveland 630 am TIME ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIES STEAMER Connections made at BvlTalo with trains for all Eastern and Canadian points at Cleveland for Toledo Detroit and a West and Southwest Tickets rctillcr ucr US i HIS Rr will be accepted oa Ibis Compn Steamers without cilrx cfcirtc Special Low Itates Cleveland to Buffalo and Niagara Falls every Saturday Night also Buffalo to Cleveland Ask Ticket Agents for tickets via CB Line Send four cents for Illustrated pamphlet F HERMAN 6 P Cleveland Ohio IW REVIVORESTORES VITALITY Madeaiff THE1t II jof Me GREA1B 14L1E yprodoceathe above results In 30 days It EcU powerfully and QGlckly Cures nhen alt others taiL Young mea will retain their lots manhood sad old- men will recover their youthful vigor br tithe REVIVO It quickly and eurely restores Nervous ness Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emissions LostRnrerFslUnB Memory Vtatlng Diseases arid til effects cJ celtabase or excess and Indiscretion whIch unfits one for study business or msrrlise It not only cures by starting at the seat of disease but- si s great nerve tonic and blood baUder bring ing back the pink glow to palo cheeks andre storing the fire of youth It wards off Insult and Consumption Insist on having KEVIVO no then It can be carried In vest pocket By null ioo Veriiackeor six tor SGOO with a poll tie written guarantee to cure or reload t and advise free Address Buildingwiu4 For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184gets the best C 0 ALC- OMPANY in Richmond When you want a load of the best coal obtain able go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the people who se- lljk 3a- co eat tOaa1c l akkX all guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company- D R Freeman Mgr Phone J 84 Yard Aspen av Not Only at Christmas is OUl 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 iscomplete our price reasonable Give us a call L E Lane Jewele- rChesapeake Ohio RAILWAY Schedule trom Winchester Ky in effect February I J906 subject to change without notice ForionsvilJe Nashvlire Memphis IlIdSoitthwfllt 1157 aim918p m daily West bound Local Trains 855 a mL30p m except SnnUv for WHuhiiiKton Baltimore Phisdel pbin New YorktltiChlOOudlGldroint anctNonlolks J 739 sm 43S4ailyhtI- LOCAITS1a Easl V eo I t5 2Mp Jh1 VV4k U EARS WiLL Bargain Rates TO II California Northwest Ticketson Sale Daily Until April 7th J906 UsoFree Reclining Chair Cars or pay a very mnderatM sum for ft th in Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car Take your choice of two good routesvia El Paso Short Line or through Scenic Colorado Our Tourist Folder will be of interest Ask also for illustrated California Book in colors wheh writing for exact rates from your home townV Geo H Lee Gen Pass Agt Little Rock Ark t Always at YourService I RegularDinner Cents l Free Check Room Restaurant- and Lunch Counter For Ladies and- Gentlemen Lusby and Dunn- J Harry Lusby Manager Lexington Kentucky 109 N Mill Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT a Cling to Your Hair D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business SolicItedtSatisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY 0 D OHENADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W MILLER ATTOBSBTATLAW RICHMOND EBNTUCKT- OBIce n the JJurnam Building next door t armera National Bank eb3ly sJVeNJA ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffice over State Bank Trust Co op osite Conrt House on Main Street LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY IJ GREENLEAFV ATTORNEY ATLAW Office over c A Taylors hard ware store opposite Court House Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Rours8O to II am 2 tot pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice Arnf Res Tele S25 RICHMONf KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PHONE 4 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Marshall K Denny Dentist Office over State Bank Trust Co Telephone 296 RICHMOND KY t V M Blanton DENTIST JarOfflce iu Bennett Building tjanir TELEPHONE IM 1 KILL THE COUCH am CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I FOR ONSUMPT10N Price OUGHS and 50c100 iOLDS Free Trial ureet and Uuiekeet Cure for All THROAT and LUNG TKOTJB las or MONEY BACK a 4lihr B 0UFam awl City ptoWrty for sale DWTLr hi J jIIIrQl1 Ithe H L McGuire Dist Pass Agt TheHome Cinmn ai 0I The MostUptoDate Restaurant and LunchCounter in the- South Hold fast to all you have Theres not a single hair too many Then fasten it tightly in place Halls Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer stops falling hair makes the hair grow keeps the scalp healthy for the whliken and moniUcha we make BUCKINGHAMS DYE It colors a rich brown or loft black R P hALL A CONalhuaN H L I I Time Table Ar No 3 CIIclnnatl and Knox Lv p m yule Expess south bound 1235 pm No2 Knoxville t Clnnatl 155 p m Express north bound 200 pm No Knoxville Cinnatl 405 am Express north bound 410 am No Knoxville Cinnatl 1154 pm Express south bound 119pm No 10 Stanford and Hays 810 a m ville Accm north bound GlOam No Stanford and Maya 720 p m Title Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to Mt Vernou Accm south bound 915 a m No 29 Cynthlana and 940 am Stanford exp south 1250 pm I3SO p m No north bound 30pm LoMe I Mantle lathi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For versaUJesLawrenceburgIShel a and Cincinnati 13iPm For Irvine and Beattyville 645 turn For Irvine and BeattyTilie 1125 a m TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and Ili5auiCincinnati itSr m From Reattyvill and Irvine 130 p m From Beattyville and Irvine 635 pm- H R IIMITHGPPVersailles Kv RA Woolnms RiO- tilceOlyndon Hotel llohmoml K Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar pricesbeforethis linea We will save you money New Carriage Works Newby Ky +CLLL AT +++ JONES t MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WEEK lif TOWN Coolest and most relesiiiiij bqIounilkby upto iate and accommo dationl uste SHale Water Ktft M Tap i lii Second StPhoBe3 n patent leather full topwith WIve all the other kinds too for more or less Surreys Runabouts U of our repository you dont need to be especIally concernld- a11L I qualities Come and select from several hundred wodl Plonp232 C F HIGGINS 1 he Climax WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1906 jCext Monday will be County Courl Pay Wl lord County is tohaveaHome l iii in June 19th to 21et W TEDMI kinds sewing MrsEI A h uj phone 178 fifth street tf The total number of Christain En df afr Societies through tbe world i7M2 M Eva Munday of Cincinnati basin charge Farley and Marchs tt nviinor department and asks her frlto call and see her It healthy man lea king in his owr ri it in unhealthy man is an unhappy slav Burdock Blood Bitters bnilt- hUFIfli healthkeeps you well MiVr d day nd night the torment J ITIg piles Nothing helped me u I used Doans Ointment Il 1Ime permanently Hon Johr K iirptt Mayor Girard Ala Mr George W Cunningham former Bourbon county and a brothel Vhn Cunningham has discov e v gold mine in Fulton county ra and the stone assays 76 in the ton it your moneys worth In a quart f ilshspt oysters get a full quart of ovvr and not a pint of oysters and a pin slimy water mixed with em baring powder Sealshipt oysterr trpt daily at Joes If you want good meat horn a clean mnKff hear in mind that Douglas and ns whiteTile market isabsolutely han and sinitary It costs n mure to hiiy meats hen than eiseI tnarSS 2tIIV Vy A March will have on display I Viv and Saturday the handsomest aIL iist uptodate line of millinery nitiitns they IIRVB ever brought tr- i its Their childrens and misses IIHI wr cannot be excelled They cnr liillv invite every one to come an- diflet their line before buying Very truly Farlev k March r Crutcher Evans Furniture St I E rigs of this place traveling Ltn for Curry Tunis and Nor w J and brother O L Grltrgs ofI n county have bought of David f nlt of Richmond 330 acres of 1111 in Madison county for 14000 io iii IIlclon given April1sf L itijrgs liss also bought of C L iiriiM cinp half Interest in his farm of p together with cood improver etc for about S3SOO Thov iiprat the 410 acres with C L f us nnagerMt Sterling iitr Miss Schmidts Millinery Opttinr M K V Schmidt will have fl ful line of pattern hats orj dlsplav i ridny anti Saturday March 30tb a Kt Some of the seasons latest will heshown Miss Ruggles innali will be in charge of thr ry department Postponed sale of the Waco Tile and Man il tmnif PomnanvV propertv which wi 1qva taken nlnre April 2nd IISF tpnned hv mutual agreement J friers This is on of Madison r t industries and is a fine invest it Ir any purchaser Dr Weber to Freach Sunday ne to the recent bereavement 1v F Hill his pnlplt at the Vc 1st Church will be filled next Snv morning and evening by Dr TVr President of the Kentucky WVvan College at Winchester Dr Wfipr mono of the most emminent p Rholarly men of this day and a praolpr of more than local fame A crowd should hear him symwinla Kv MHTch 80 1903 T r K W HnllPt Louis Mo Dear Hi would like to become airent f tlpsalAf your medicine in this iihorhood Yonr Texan Vonder Is saved t he life ot one man whom fl doctors had given up to die and rre is untie of your medicine sold nfarerthan fifteen miles of this place I would he pleased to hear from von r perninjj the agency ns ooon as pos Biie En Ky A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kifln y and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame hacks rhenma tism and al irregularities of the kid nevs and bladder in both men and women retrnlates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drugeist will he sent IIv mail on receipt ofl One small bottle is two months treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a sure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Fend for testimonials Sold by alt druggists 3m aytf II Our 130001t Phaeton fozdollarguaranteedrubber seat trimmings rocktrs covered with leather 13000Our vehltIlirlllSwearing Kentucky Carriage Works Richmond slight1ythey are worth it They are SOLID MEATS all oysters and no water Try them at Joes Quick Work The Madison county jury that went to Lancaster last week to try Ward who vas charged with the murder of Henn Patterson was only a few mInutes in returning a verdict of not guilty Attention ETa Friday evening Match 30th will be Jodgetfleers followed by a social session A ood attendance of members is ur gently requested Millinery Opening AH the newest and most uptodate sreations in head dress for women and Children will be on display at E V Elders Friday and Saturday ot this veek The millinery department is in charge of Miss Dunlap The public s invited to attend this opening Cart of Thanks I desire to thank tile pastors of the iity the members of my church and ither friends and citizens who were io loyal and kind during the recent illness and death of my wife Such dndness will receive its sure reward Rnv F N HILL for a1e Three thoroughbred cow all in calf wo tborughbred bulls also their three yearling heifer calves also I polled ngus cow six years old with extra null calf three weeks old she is a good milker 2t- G J White son New Hats on Display Mesdames Dickerson Terrill who just opened up an uptodate mil tinery establishment over Rice AInolds announce that they will have an opening on Thursday andj Friday of this week The public is cordially invited to attend Cisastrou Fire At Kirksville Kirksvllle was visited by a disastrous fire last Wednesday night which destroyed the Opera House the Kirksi ville College and the residence of RS Brown The fire originated from a defective flue in the college The loss Is estimated at SlOOOOJwith 2500 in surance The light from the fire was plainly visible here Richmond citi zens sympathize with their Kirksville neighbors in their loss take reverses by Court of Appeals The court Judge Nunn writing re versed the judgement of the Madison Circuit Court in the case of John D White against the Commonwealth and remanded it for further proceedings The appellant was indicted under section 1977 of the Statutes for the offense of gaming A plea of former trial and conviction was pleaded in bar but the lower court refused it In reversing that jndgement the court heresays It would be unreasonable to hold that the General Assembly in enactment of charters governing cities intended to restrict the Council of such cities from enacting ordinances against gaming and punishing it Attorney HC Rice and J Talbott Jackson represented the appellant The Great Lafayette aptly called the worlds greatest entertainer will bring his excellent company of people 56 in number to the Opera House Friday evening March 30th and a splendid business will undoubtly crown mana gers Jnett Baxters forethought and commendable enterprise in securing this fashionable and high class attraction for the patrons of this popular playhouse One is at loss for words in endeavoring to describe the merits of this big combination which as in the past seasons is headed by the GreaUind only Lafayette and it is safe to say that he is the most versatile performer now before the amusemont lov ing public and his energy in securing new and novel material in which to mystify and amuse his audiences is eldom equalled in the theatrical profession His farcous and original travesty on the eminent directors John Phillip Sousa and Creatoro are still retained in his repertoire but so many new novelties and startling situations have been lidded that it la almost unfair to desig for it is practi nate it as a travesty and stupendous worlcally an original of wonder and great credit is due to Mr Lafayette for his untiring efforts and ingenuity in perfecting and bring ing to its present high standard this marvelous and mysterious class of en tertainment In presenting this attraction to the this season Mr Lafayette has notoverlooked a single detail Mo has the building electrical effects of the iceneryand and the makin of the handsome wardrobE the rehearsals of his big band and orchestra and the grand spectacu Inc also giving his tothetrainin and rehearsnvattention wIld and domestic animals thatof the are to be introduced in this mammoth production cdlfli During the recent fire we locked up JD our Th Fire and Burglar Proof Vault Isitlj i ill Hillioa Mm Bondo Mortgages and Cash woith of Notes safe even if knowing that they were perfectly our building should burn If it iff safe for our valuables would it not be safe for yours We rue renter has rent boxes perfectly private the key You should have one 1 State Bank BankS Trust Co j a rr l j STABILITY II i1IJ h j it v11 I i IZI111IF f1 If every man all about Collars wed sell all the collars sold in Q are pure linen far and away the finest sold for the price Good Collars JO cents Parrish and Wines will have on display Friday and of this week the seasons newest ideas in hats women and children Their rooms ire over Lackey and Hamiltons and they invite the public to see their hand oine display A Fine toll Mr M F Arbuckle owner of the celebrated stallion Rex Arbuckle and other valuable and highclass horses is the possessor of a fine colt foaled on a his farm near Silver Creek last week The colt is out of a mare with three crosses of Peavine two of King Richard and two of Black Mr Ar buckle feels justlv proud of this valua ble addition to his stock farrn Special Saturday Prices at the Racket Store We have decided to offer every Sat urdav special sales on some particular article in our store For Saturday March 31st we will sell half gallon china pitchers regular price 25c at lOc each as long as they last We have in stock only three dozen of these pitcher which are the greatest values aver offered for the money Our ten cent counter is the greatest surprise that ever happened in Watch our advertisment weekly for ipecial Saturday salesRacket Store New Agency Colonel D W Tribble the popular aid well known auctioneer and real estate agent has secured the agency for the Farmers Directory Stock and Account Book This is one of the best books ever published and is of in calculable value to the farmer The service table aiotiq is worth the priceI of he book and it also contains many pages of weights and measures and other things of interest which can be followed to advantage on the farm The Colonel will be pleased to talk with any who desires to see this splen did book Get Married Now It is not neccescary that you wait un til you have saved enough money to furnish your home betore getting show fits the house and we will make it a ome furnished rum Parlo- rt Kitchen Furniture Carpets Stoves Lace Curtains Rugs etc etc live us a small portion of your earn- Ing each week or month and the matter is soon settled come to see us at once your credit is good Luman and Higgins Phone 474 opp Hotel Glyndon Will save you 10 to 20 per cant Ioreasb An Important tommltee The notice which is self explanatory was taken from the Cin cinnati Commercial Tribune A con ference began yesterday In the lack man Hotel which will result In the revision of the constitution and bylaw of the Order of Elks The parties to this revision are Jerry A Sullivan of Richmond Ky and John Galvin stGrand Exalted Ruler of the order These two gentlemen are the Committee on Laws of the B P O E The work will involve several days labor The results of this labor will be submitted to the convention of the Grand Lodge in Denver next July for its approval Mr Sullivan is recognized as one of the ablest lawyers in the Order of Elks He was the guest of the Elks last night at the temple In Elm street and will bo a guest of honor at the banquet of the friendly Sons ol St Patrick at the St Nicholas Howl this evening Cleanliness cleanliness cleanlir ness The watchword of every house hold and the watchword of ourmagnif cent new whitetile market which absolutely sweet clean and sanitary It costs you no more to buy meats here thanelsewhere DOUGLAS dCtiiTON Hwr28 24 cI r II y The Clothing That FitsI After a life long experience in handling cloehing always striving to maintain highest standard of quality we are ready to assure our customers that the Kenton brand stands unequaled for everythiug that goes to make up clothing excellence Style Quality are combined in every garmentthe result of carefully tested material designed and finished by honest conscientious tailors of experience andskill For spring we are showing a beautiful assortment of the newest fabrics fashioned in latest styles in both single and double breasted models with a range of sizes so complete and so J perfectly adapted to men of every shape ana build that it is a positive waste of time andmoney to have clothing made to measure We suggest early buying while assortments are fullest t KENTON SUITS fi2Oi 1500 1700 1800 2000 2250 25 00 OTHER SUITS 1000 800 700 500 Barkers Collars knew RichmondOur Barkers brand and for 25c2Other Saturday Squirrel Richmond married Shudps following the Fit the J A Ramsey reports 500 cattle on the market with but few good ones One lot 650 lb steers brought S3 9 whichwas probably the highest price obtained Light yearling steers in brought S2000 per head Quite a num her of lieifers brought from to 31 cts Many cattle left over unsold Singular Coirdccnce A remarkable and singular coinci dence occurred Wednesday night with freight crew going North on the N When the train pulled Into Richmond at 12 oclock a big fire was rag lug at Kirksville a short distance from Richmond When the train reached a Winchester an hour and a half later the big freight depot was burning down Going on to Paris at 3 oclock the repair shops there were on fire and were entirely consumed Notice to Shoe Wearers Mr Edwin Franken representing the Potter Shoe Co will beat the Glyn don on April 4 and 5 with a full line of samples of Mens Womens and Child rens footwear A cordial invitation extended to the people of Richmond anti vicinity to call and inspect them during thatjtime POTTER SHOE Co Cincinnati Ohio WELCOME Mr and Mrs H L Wallace ol Paint Lick are the proud parents of a daughter whose birth occured the 20tb The little lady has been chris tened Fannie Lee A line ten pound son arrived last Thursday at the home of Mr and Mrs George Goodloe The proud young parents are receiving hearty congratulations from their many friends Dr and Mrs Vardy Taylor of Waco are receiving congratulations over the birth of a fine son on the 20th Combined Heetlnj The Art Club will meet this after noon at 315 with the Ceuilian Club at the home ot Mrs G W Pinkels The following program will be given The Work of the Art ClubMrs Rollins Burnam Song Serenade Gounod Mrs WS Old ham Paper The Nude in Art Mrs Richard Colyer Piano Solo Selected Mrs Robert Burnam Song SelectedMiss Bright Paper Miniature Painting Mrs J W Caperton Song Dnet Sing On Deuza Mrs Oldham Mrs Perry Talk on Handel Mrs McLellan Song Day Dream Violin Obligato Strelezkl Mrs Hanger Violin Solo Serenade Pierne Mr Taylor DiscussionWhat can these two clubs do for Richmond Clubs Highly Recomnieu4edV LKXINGTOK KY FEB 2 190Q RON CLARE OE E WOODS RICHMOND KY DEAR SniIu reply to your inquiry concerning Mr L E Pearce of this city I will say that Mr Pearce has been the County Auditor for the past four years and was also the City Audi tor prior to that time He U an expert accountant thoroughly reliable and extremely quick and industrious I have no hesitation in reccommend ing him and you can have perfect confidence in the report he submits to you concerning any investigation in your accounts He is at present Iii time employment of the county Very respt FA BULLOCK County Judge P S Mr Pierce has been employed Bhv the Lexington Brewery the City of Georgetown the Fayette National Bankand the K Racing Association within the last ye vto exataiue their books F A BOLLOCK l 1uM M f C Spring Hats Easy to picka 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 blocks all the latest colors and shades Prices and quality gara- nteedlto5 F COVINGTONMillinery At the present session of the Legis lature a law was passed to govern the adulteration of different feed stuffsTliis law is a most important one indeed as much as so many mills over the country have been found guilty oi put tug adulterated flour etc on the mar ket Richmond in fact all Madison county should feel proud to know that we have a mammoth milling establish ment in our midst which Is not affected by this law The J W Zaring Grain antI Mill company has at all times stood the test of the inspectors and their different products have always come up to the required standard This is record to be proud of This estab lishment which is one of Richmonds prides is oue of the largest of its kind in this section and their flour Zarings Patent Is known all over the state We collgraulate the management over their splendid record The Climax wishes them even greater success in the future than they have experienced in the past Tub Looks rood Recently the Mayor wrote Senator McCreary asking him to endeavor to have the clock dials in the Government Building illuminated at night From the following telegram and cot respondence it appears the matter will be favorably acted upon WASHINGTON D C MAKOH 22 06 MAYOR WOODS RICHMOND Ky Morning Committee meetings pre vented me from calling in person on Supervising Architect Taylor until this morning when I had a pleasant conversation with him about lighting the face of Richmond Public building lock at night He is favorable If the money can be spent from public building fund he will examine and write me JAMES B MCOKEARY The letters referred to read as fol lows WASHINGTON MARCH 23 1006 HON JAMES B MCREARY U S SEXATE SmI have the honor to invite ate tention to your visit of yesterday to this office in relation to the tower clock at the Post Office Richmond Kentucky and to enclose copy which explains itself of a letter addressed this day to the Custodian of the build ing There is also returned herewith letter addressed to you by the Mayor of Richmond Kentucky in relation to this matter RespectfullyJ TAYLOR Supervising Architect WASHINGTON MARCH 23 1906 TilE CUSTODIAN POST OFFICE BUILDING RICHMOND ENTU K- YSmlt having been brought to the attention of this office that new dials on the clock In tower of the building in your custody are Desired with the ob ject of securing illumination at night requested to secure and forward to this office with your specific recommenda tion proposals for tile performance of the work Tbe Invitation to be issued by yen should convey full information as to size of dials lettering etc amid should be practically in the form of a specificationIt proper in this connection to iufurux you that the element for il humiliation is not under the control oi this office and that the Chlet Clerk of this Department will pass upon ihia feature In view of this the matter which formed the subject of office letter of the 10th instant lor changing time system may be deferred until some conclusionI- S reached in regard to the dials A copyof this letter has been fur warded to Honorable James B Mc Craary who brought time matter to the attention of this office Respectfully JK TAYLOR r JSapervisIag Architect i 7 1 jl 1 DEATHS Sadness and gloom overshadowed our Tomtnunity Sunday when It became known that the death angel had visited the home uf11ev F t Hill and i companionfor life was made but all in vain Just to one wesk ago all was happiness that home when time birth of a beautiful bGodcall the mothf No words can express of the sympathy that is felt for the imPart broken husband in his sore be reavement Jlrn Hill was 33 Years old a and was born and reared near Peirj vIle Ky Although only since last familylivedwarm friends who now mourn with the grieved ones in their sail affliction Besides the husband and tiny babe there are two other children a little of daughter just old enough to realize a mothers horn and such a loss and a little boy a few years younger Mr Hill it the beloved pastor of the M E Church in this city After a few short prayers and remarks by the pastors of the sister churches the remains were taken to Perry ville for interment In the home of hir girlhood in the pres ence of father mother brothers and other loved ones her remains were lain tenderly to test Her busy hands are folded Her work on earth Is done liAr trials ar all ended Her heavenly crown is won painCeasefnlm the tempt of your breast For shin who suffered is at rest Mr and Mrs A E Barnes of Somerset have the sympathy of their friends in the loss of their Infant The little body was nought here ThursdayJor interment Mr and Mrs Barnes were formerly of this county she having been Miss Cora Tudor daughter of William Tudor The fourteenyearold son of Mr James Story of Kirksville died last week after a protracted illness This is tIme third death in this familv in four beiuJhurielMrs Viola Gentry wife of Philip Gentry died last week at her home in Argenta Illinois after a brief illness of consumption Mr and Mrs Gentry were married about Christmas and came bfre to visit his parents Mr and SIrs Martin Gentry near town She cnntn ced i n nmonia while here which settled on her lungs with the above result Much sympathy is felt for the young hnsiand in his sad affliction HlUenery Opening Mesdames Fora Powers announces that they will haye their annual opening on Friday and Saturday of tIde week Every timing new and stylish in women and childrens head drew A full line of Gage hats will be on exhibition The public is cordially invited to see their stock Officers Elected At the Grand Council of Royal Ar caninm which met in this city last eok time following officers were elected for the ensuing year R D Patrick Ludlow Ky Grand Regent GG Prewitt Richmond Grand Vice Re gent Robt Crawford of Louisville Grand Orator A W Woodrnff Louit ville Grand Secretary J M Stokes Louisville Grand Treasurer W H Spinnell Grand Chaplain W A Lottie Owensboro Grand Guide Benjamin Hall Alt Sterling Grand Warden SaTuel H Cromwell Render son Grand Censor E R Drake- iranmLrrwtee The following resolutions were adopted by the Gtaud Council RESOLVED That a unamlnous vote of thanks be given to brothers 0 F Rig tills George G Prewitt and the mew bers of Prentice Council for the hand some manner in which they have re nelved and eared for this Grand Council Also to the B P O E for the use of their rooms Also to the Hon Clarence E Woods Mayor of Rich mond for his eloquent address of welcome anti other courtesies Also to the press who published the proceed ings of our sessions Also to all who contributed in any way to fhe comfort and pleasure of the Session of the Grand Council Arcanum Time D0borne REPfmizst JI1assOBd il2 L- 4jV e i J A Reputation Howlt Was Hade and Retained A good reputation is not easily earned and it was only by hard consistent work among our citizens that Doans Kidney Pills won their way the proud distinction attained in this locality The publiC endorsement of scores has rendered invalua communityJohn corner Clay and Elm Streets Mt Sterling Ky says Doans Kidney Pills are good medicine and I have no hesi tation in saying that if anyone who may be suffering with any of the complaints for whicn they are recom mended will give them a good fair trial they will be benefitted YorI some years I was subject to attacks rheumatism or lumbago in my hips legs and in my shoulders At times the pain would be so severe in these parts that I could scarcely be able to get around and there wag also a difficulty with the kidney se cretiqns which was an almost con stant irritation Hearing of Doans Kidney Pills I procured a box and although Idid not give them a fair trial not taking them as regularly as the directions calico for I can from the good effects I noticed say that I think highly of the merits of this remedy Plenty mere 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 ether Sold by B L Mid dleton For Finest and best Shoes made for price Try them 350 and 400 We haveon hand about 1200 shocks of fodder want 50 or 100 to Duerson l7jan tf Whites Station Every man possible should enter the Business eee for positions Lippard calls for more grad uates than he can furnish wants more bright students mar42t JULIA H HIGGINS Stenographer Examiner for Madison Co Business and Pupils Solicited Phone 35J ure te at X We an I I x the seen in our by the I for in to all toes ft ft the and cattle feed Potts Ky and woman Col good Prof has and MISS and Ky 7 be be lx are the and the be clean it be or not if your meats come from a that is not clean Be con Douglas white market is sweet cleat and sanitary It costs you no to buy there than Tel ephone 125 Main street Rock sold by Mrs M F Arbuckle Creek Co Ky at S3 set ting ol 16 eggs left with Jas Arbuckle this city will be given attention andleave to inform their friends that they just return the city they bought a of Ladies Misses and new and of very latest styles most of Childrens Hats ever brought to city Don forget to call and see us at our rooms over Lackey Ham iltons dry store Corner 1st and Main streets Miss Rosa Carter of Cincinnati will be in of trimming March 12th 71 NOT GET T THE IN CLOTHES FOR Its a great thing to able to SpringIEmost fashionable designs and materials prices considerably less than you must pay any other firstclass custom tailor offer you of selecting the precise shade and- patterns you like best from an unusually fine line of imported and domestic fabricsmany of them distinctly exclusive We provide you with a large choice of styles to set of handsome designed leading customtailors 71 BSTERNSON NEW YORK whom we agents WalkOver Shoes Spring WalkOvers come shapes suit feet stylish uptodate easylasts t BANKSttle young andxqualify Typewriter kitchen pantry perfectly What matters whether they clean market sistent Cultons scientifically more meats elsewhere mar42t Barred Plymouth Eggs Silver Madison per Eggs prompt Mesdames Parrish Wines Beg have from where full supply ehilrends Headwear Everything The complete line this goods charge the department alter WHY BEST EASTERDAY opportunity smartest fashion plates 1EXCLUSIVCCJSTOI4TMLOR The graceful cut and perfect fitof the clothes turned out by this establishment is widely recognized among men of criti cal ideas in dress and you will find the ffiworkmanship of the highest character 71ourpattern effects our latest plain a d mix ed Cheviots smartstyle Tweeds super ffiior 4uality Cassimeres etc You dont have to give us an order unless you want tobut we know youll want to when you see them arid get our prices m Riceand Arnold iThe One Price House m 71 ri j I 1 t It L LI I 7IF7I Fc READ4 what your neighbor has to say + about the qRflJ SH tS i 1 Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton GentlemenI have worn a pair of 71your J E Tilt 350 vici shoes for 12 months They havegiven perfect msatisfaction I consider it as good a shoe as can be bought When these + are gone I want another pair Yours Truly W H Park Red House Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsI take pleasure in saying that the J E Tilt Cordovan shoes of you have worn about 14 Ifortable everyday They are so com ani easy to wear The best I ever had 6 Respt W H Jones IR Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton m GentsYou ask what 1 think of the J E Tilt shoes Well they are the best brand any man can use Theres no other shoe made with + less rip and less tear with more solid comfort and good old hard wear The best leather counters and the best oak sole In fact the best shoes ffimade Upon the whole my advice to my is to always refuse to buy anyother but J E Tilt shoes Very truly T C Vaughn Union City Ky ffiMessrs Lackey Hamilton The J E Tilt 350 + viol shoes bought of you over a year ago are still good I have never worn + a pair that gave me more satisfaction J O Brooks Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Gentlemen I heartily endorse the J E Tilt shoe as the best feeling and best wearing shoe I ever had A R Flora lRichmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton 4 DearSirsI wore a pair of your 350 plain toe calf shoes for almost a year and I am very hard on shoes I never had a shoe to give me more or comfort I think they are 4wear I ever had I want another pair for myself and a pair for my boy ffiYours respt Barnes Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton 71 I have been wearing the J E Tilt shoe for several years and for shape m wearing qualities and material used in making 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 Rico- Richmond + Messrs Lackey Hamilton Ky ilit DearSirsI have been wearing a of your J E Tilt cordovan calf shoes since Jan 1st 1905 and believe to be the best shoe for wear ffithemcomfort I can IVeryrespt tt V B Benton Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton ffiA pair of your J E Tilt 350 toe congress shoes have worn me for ten months every day and with very little repair will last me 4 several months longer They are wear I ever had 4Veryrespt H Powers ffiRichmond Ky GentlemenI am wearing pair of Iyour 3 60 JE Tilt shoes and they give me more satisfaction than any I ever had I would wear no other L Joe Collins Union City Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsI cant speak too highly of the 350 shoes I bought of you 71Theyare the best I ever had They wont wear out 71Very truly J M Risk- Barnett 71Mo Messrs Lackey and Hamilton mDear BoysEnclosed find check mbybroad toe plain calf shoes like I bought illhowcheaper to pay express extra than to risk buying here My brothers and neighbors want these shoes and if you can make a slight reduction or prepayexpress I am sure I can sell ffiseveral pairs Yours veryrespt AC Berry Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsI cant praise the J E Tilt shoe too highly I have tested them thoroughly I am a railaoad ffiman and have the hardest kind of of labor I expect to continue wear ing the same kind of respt J S Sewell KyV FMessrs Lackey Hamilton My dear SirsNo better shoe can be bought than the J E Tilt I have a pair that have already wornmnow 15 months and are good think them the best made and as the saying goes they are as easy as old V shoes all the time Very truly yours V J H Stivers London Ky Messrs Lackey and Hamilton My dear SirsThe box calf shoe bought from you 10 months ago are still good They are very comfort able will not leak and wont wear out I wear them at a sawmill every day In lumber and it does not seem to hurt them mYoursA L Morgan Moberly Ky mGentlemenI ffiwornone winter They are good yet and will last several months They are the most comfortable and best shoo I ever had 71Simeon Turpin KyMessrsGents The 350 shoe I bought from you two years ago is the best 1 Iever wore It has given me complete satisfaction and I consider it best shoe to buy Respt Matt Tussey Fox Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton 350 yourIdeal 71the summer 1905 most of the goodfor mgood a shoe trulyIrvine Silver Creek Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton GentsI bought a pair of Tilt 350 Pat Kid shoes in May 1904 and wore them for 12 months every day they did not break and stayed soft Iam now wearing the same brand in box calf and cant wear them out I want another pair of Ideal Pat Kid for nice wear Very truly Wilson Brandenburg Red House Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton ffiDear SirsYour 350 shoes have given me more service than any I ever had Very respt LCHouse i We could furnish you testimonials from hundreds more pleased customers if necessary but this is enough to show which way the wind blows The J E Tilt Shoes are made in seven leathers Cordivan Box Calf Vici Kid Valour Choc Vici Russia Calf Ideal Pat Kid On a dozen or more up to date lasts snappy and stylish also in broad cap toe plain toe and Congress 71 for old men Try one pair and you will wear no other Very respt si Lackey and Hamilton Main and First Streets Richmond Ky ffi ffilI 71 7 GO TO C A TAYLOR For Everything Needed 1inyours f Spring Ptowiif He handles the best grades andat the most tf I J 3 1 j j j =f r 1 Henderson Route oilman tfeepos free Redialn Chair tars Special Boundtrip Homeseokers Rates to ejnthwest and west first and third Tuesdays in February and March 1906 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico OB sale daily until April BOth Limit to re turn May 31 190- 6Secondclass Colonist Rates to South west Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays oi February and March 1006 Second class Colonist Rates to Call forum and northwest Tickets on sale daily Feb 15th to April 7tb 1606 Ask us for rates L J IRWIN AgentTTraveling Passenger Agent THE MIST REFRESHING MINX W THE WORLD N kINMrhlf- VV5 It Is Wrong To Suffer From a Germ Disease When Liquozone i Free In the past few years8cores of diseases have been to germ attacks They were thought to be due to other causes when oldtime remedies wer made Can you not see dont get well if you treat a germ disease with remedies that cant kill germs The remedy of today is Liquozone powerisit as millions have done and learn what it means to you Learn what this gasmade germicide can do What Liquozone Is The virtues of Liquozono are derived olcly from gases The formula is sent to each user The process of making requires large apparatus and from 8 to 14 days time by chemists of the highest class The object is to so fix and combine the gases as to into toiiicgermicideContactwith of disease germ because germs are of vegetable origin Yet to thebodyLiquo helpfulinpoisonwhen genndiseasetalizin purifying yet no disease germ can exist in We purchased the American rights to Liquozone after thousands of tests had BEARDED WOMEN AS SAINTS Dr Bertillon Defends the Supposed MasculineLike FreaksMake Good Wives PartsDr Uertillon the famous alienist has published an elaborate work on bearded ladles ancient and modern He saidVThe popular superstition or belief that bearded ladles and women with mustaches are of a manly cast of char acter is all rot Why a few of the sweetest saints in the calendar live In history as whiskered ladies remind you of the lamous picture by Klbera representing Magdalena Uentura the saint who won whiskers as long as any bearded lady Uarnum ever exhib- Ited Other boarded lady saints were St Willefortls St Kuemmernls St Liberta etc That alone should teach people that it is nonsense to suppose that a woman with hair on her lip and chin must necessarily be unwomanly that Is abnormally developed physi cally and mentally have gone Into the history of every bearded woman show woman and otherwise of our times and there is not a single wise of masculinity among them There Is not even a reason for the supposition because the beard grows only after the person has finished her education has become wedded to her womanly pursuits On the other hand a girl teased about her mustaches feels Inclined to prove the contrary of the popular be lief and as a general thing makes a good wife and ideal mother WOULD QUIT CHURCH AT 90 Aged Trustee Asks That Successor Be Appointed to Position Held Long Time Indianapolis Ind Whether a maa is too old to serve as trustee of a church after he passes his ninetieth milestone is a question which Judge Henry Clay Allen of Marion circuit court will be asked to decide in a few daysAttorney Merrill Moores on behaUI of John L Avery filed a the circuit court for the appointment of a new board of trustees for the Second Christian church The petition states that in 18S4 the members of the Central Christian church tormed a mis sion organization known as the Second Christian church A board of trustees consisting of John L Avery and George W Snider white and Leroy Redd was appointed to have charge or the church affairs and all church prop erty was deeded to It in trust Years ago Snider and dodd died and for the last dccade Avery has been the sole trustee of the congregation Last September he celebrated his ninetieth birthday and he thinks that he is too old to perform the duties of cliurch trustee any longer This is the reason he gives In the application for appoint ment of a new board Church trus tees generally are elected by congrega tions but in the case of this organization the original grants to the church stipulated that new trustees were to bo appointed by the presiding judge of the circuit cour- tCHIEFS GIFT TO CHURCH President Roosevelts Bible to Be Re celved When Restored Edifice Is Consecrated in 1007 New YorkRev W A R Goodwin rector of Urutou Parish church Wit Hamsburg Va states that the Bible to be given by King Edward and the lectern to be presented by President Roosevelt will be formally received when the restored church Is consecrated during the general convention of 1907 Mr Goodwin said that the Bible was given by the king upon suggestion of the archbishop of Can terbury in commemoration of the three hundredth anniversary of the establishment of English civilization and the English church at Jamestown Va The lectern given by the presi dent In response to a suggestion made by Bishop Satterlee of Washington and H St George Tucker is to be a memorial to Rev Robb Hunt chap lain to the colony which landed at Jamestown May 13 1607 These gifts are made to Bruton as the official successor in 1G99 to the church at Jamestown and prior to the revolution the court church of colonial Virginia which is now being restored to Its colonial form and appearance The BIchest Schoolmaam Miss Elizabeth Farson jvhose private Income Is said to be 40 a day and whose brother is the banker John Parson Is a Chicago schoolteacher at a salary oi 40 a week She has been teaching Chicago children for almost 30 years and keeps on doing so simply because she loves the work and sees In it a chance to mould for good the future citizens of the big town She says that It she had a million dollars a year she still would be a teacher At present she Is principal of a school attended by 1500 pupils j Laying Eggs with Handles Robert E Foster Jr a Newton NVJ ornithologist and biologist has succeeded with the assistance of his leghorn roosters and hens in develop Ing aa egg with a handle Foster will sot tell how he educated the leghorns up to this but lie has seven eggs with handles On the small end of the egg Is a protuberance from the shell The butt of the egg Is flattened so that the egg stands by Itself Every Home Needs a Piano YorktheotBerRlgbt starttes to play qa her piano fright eaed away two burglars Ro eme itattlil be without one U Wf1e8 to HHIYS Uadf IIMkaUi IU VfI jP itt been made with it Its power had been proved and again In most ditIgerm diseases Then we supply the first bottle free in every disease required it And over oneI million dollars have been spent to announce and fulfill this offer The result is that 11000000 bottles have been used mostly in the two there are countless cured jLiquozonoBut so many others need It that th9 offer is published still In late years SCI encehas scores of diseases to germ attacks Old remedies do not apply to them We wish to show those sick ones at our costwhat Liquozono can do Where It Applies These are the diseasesin which LLquo zone has been most employed In these it has earned its reputation In allof these troubles we supply the first bottlefree And in all nomatterhow dif thsIAsthma OolCre Gont AbsAnrmU Oooorrbea Olet Bronchitis Slay Fever Influenza LaOrippEoweiCoughaColda llalarla Neunlcla Consumption FtlesQQlner COntagious Diseases lUienmatlsm Cancer Catarrh Scrofula SrphUti Dytentery Diarrhea Skin Diseases Dyipepola Dandruff Tubercnlosls Eczema Erysipelas TumorsUlceR raven Throat Trouble BIG CUT OF LUMBER STATISTICS SHOW 5820909000 FEET CUT IN 1905 Figures Furnished by American Lum berman Output of Northwest Territory for Last Year Proves Enormous Chicago The pine hemlock and hardwood output of the northwest for 1905 Is made the subject of a statistic al review in the current issue of the American Lumberman The figures In the publication are accepted as author itative by the census department of the government The review shows that lumber man ufacturers of Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota in 1905 cut 5820909 feet of all kinds of lumber Of the total out put 3628029000 feet was white and Norway pine 1195073000 feet was hemlock and 1077807000 hardwoods of various kinds Pine production In 1905 fell 592888 000 feet below the amount reported to have been cut In 1904 a loss of 14 per cent The output of hemlock was the lightest In five years notwith standing price incentives held forth which ordinarily would have Increased tne activity of manufacturers Stocks of hemlock show a decrease of 38 per cent when compared with those held a year ago In hardwoods the cut was the second heaviest reported to the American Lumberman Stocks on hand were moderate 367008000 feet against 392550000 feet in 1904 The shingle output was 1465089000 pieces the lightest recorded In 15 years stocks were 470951000 pieces or about 30 per cent lighter than for 1904 With reference to the northern pine industry the American Lumberman says Today the northern pine Industry- Is centered In the socalled west of Chicago district The cut of that ter slxseventhsImanufacturers of that district may be conceded to represent about that proportion of the trade CURES DISEASE WITH LIGHT Copenhagen Physician Remedies Af flictions of the Heart In a Unique Manner CopenhagenDr Hasselbach though considering further disclosures on the Finsn ray treatment at the moment premature and untimely admits strik ing out on new and independent lines and has become convinced that the light treatment Is effective in heart disease and affections of the nervous systemDr after experimenting oIT his own perfectly normal organs next experimented on two doctors Both of these were complete invalids one suffering from angina pectoris and the other from a nervous affection of the heart This treatment which last ed In one case for a month and In the other for six weeks resulted In ena hung both doctors to resume their practice Twenty patlentsmenabd women suffering from heart disease or rheumatic affections are now await ing treatment with the Finsen rays some of them being already In the doctors hands Dr Hasselbachs treatment resultsV In very materially Increasing perature of thTskin but the taking of the exact measurements has not yet been concluded A hospital for the light ray treatment provided with 30 beds will be ready here for the admls aba of patients in a years time RATTLERS UNDER HEARTH nest of Reptiles Unearthed Woman Scalds Them to Death Ind Then Dlsplays Them Munfordsvllle KyFortytwo rattle snakes ranging In size from six to five feet were killed under an old fashioned hearth at the farmhouse of neighborhoodMrs Welborn scalded the reptiles and with a pair of tongs lifted them out and placed them in a row for dis play For several weeks Mrs Wel born had complained that the house was haunted Friends shared this be licE and nelshbors ceases their visits to the Welborns Mrs Welborn was on the verge of herhusbandIn a hollow place the snakes were snugly awaiting the comlngot warm weatherMrs Welborn has forgotten her nervousness and gave a dinner party and everybody In the vicinity partook andIever placed on exhibition In Kentucky Has Longest Leg fn State Charles Coy of NavesinK N J ha the longest legs of any person in Uhe state He Is but 17 years old yet Is over six feet tall His body 4s unusu unusuallylong legWithweight tipping the scales at 125 pounds How Far Does Decision Reach A New Jersey court holds that a mau Is not responsible for Peer bills Incurred by nls wile as beer Is not a necessary of life A certain smart set near New Jersey would like to kmo n whether the same rule applies to cock trails and highballs tNkee o ijl1 4r Also meet form of the Coflowing Kidney Trouble Liver Trouble Stomach Troubles Womens Diseases Fever Inflammation or catarrb Impnr or poi soned blood usullr Indicate a germ attack la nervous debility Uquozone acts as aTUallztr accomplishing remarkable results 50c Bottle Free- If you need Liquozone and have never tried it please send us this coupon We then mail you an order on a local for a fullsizo bottle and will the druggist ourselves for it This is our to convince you to let tho product itself show you what it can do justice to yourself please accept it today for you under no obligations whatever Liquozone costs 50c and SI CUT OUT THIS COUPON FlU It out and mall It to The IJquoione Com pany 4SIM4 Wabash Ave Chicago arjdlseselaI i tried Uquozone but It you will apply me a bottle lree I will take L All D 1 3 Glre full address wrltaplalnlr Note that this offer applies to new users only Any physician orhospital not yet mine Uqoosooi will be gladly supplied rors test A Word to the Property Owners of Richmond and Midison County About Your house Fainting and Facer Hanging I take this method to iniorm the pub lic generally that Iam 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 will say that I want your work and in return will give you honest materials and honest workmanship at honest prices I also have a full line of 1906 Wall Paper Novelties to show you from the largest manufacturers in the United States at the right kind of prices and I ask you for a liberal share of your work Thanking you for past patronage I am Yours Very Respectfully W L LEEDS Painter and Contractor Shop on Iryine St bet 2nd and 3rd Residence Phone 112 Shop Phone 373 21feb3m School Childrens Dyspepsia The common form of dyspepsia or indigestion which stops the growth pales the cheeks weakens the system of so many school children is often due to improper or too quickly eaten lunches While seeing to a correction of the cause it is also important to cuae the disordered con stomach and bowels This can be done by no other medicine so safely and surely as by Dr Caldwells laxitive Syrup Pepsin Try itSold by Perry Thomas at COo and 100 Money back if it fails It takes more than the Sunday dress parade to make the Christian warrior Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs Several years since my lungs were so badly affected that I had many hemorrhages writes A M- Ake of Wood Ind I took treatment with several physicians without iny benefit I then started to take Foleys Honey and Tur and my lungs are now as sound as a bullet I recdommend It in advanced stages of lung trouble Foleys Honey and Tar stops the cough and heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Rcfusd substitutes Sold by R C Stockton Reverence reveals the heart of every truth Buyerstllion sees but tbe sur face Torture By Savages rSperkingof the torture to which some of the tribes in the Philippines subject their captives reminds me me of the suffering I en dured for three months from inflama tion of the Kidneys says W M Sher Nothinghelpedtersthree bottles oi which complete ComplaintUYllpepsia Malarie and restores the weak and byStocktonPrice 60c The keys of life are not given to those who cannot keep the door of the lips Womens Kidneys Women are more often afflicted with kidney disorders than men but attribute the symptoms to diseases rpslltytheness headach puffy or dark circles under the eyes pain in the back are signs of kidney trouble that must not be ignored or a serious malady will result Foleys Kidney Lure has restored the health of thousrnds of weak nervous broken down women It stoqs irregularities and strengthens the urinay organs It purifies the bloodand benefits the whole system sold by R C Stockton The life that is written in blue ink colorsLost Dog On Saturday evening near Witts Store in Estili county one male Scotch Poodle snow white with small yellow lpot on ear He is about 10 years old and one eye is weak Liberal reward for his return Mrs Sarah Schoonver Care of Grigga Livery Stable Richmond Ky A hard head s apt to be dull without the bright eyes of love Personal righteousness will he the source of any permanent reform Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors Sallie A Horbers Executor Piff against Sallie A Barbers Devisees Dft against3allleme properly verified according to law on orbefore April 27 1906 T H COLLINS MO M 0 C Noticeito B W Cobb 8 AdirirU- RftiBftt Pltr Madeline Mitchell Ac DUe IAU persewi hvi njr claims aeajnet the estate W Cobb deceased are Uerefey otMl M file same legally verliHwUhthe undersigned IIA or toIbli4Jtt C3jtr iQ t J uIiiiii I r Perfection in Pianos at Montenegro Riehrris We carry fifteen famous makes including Mason Hamlin Hazelton Haines Bros Kingsbury Decker Son Schubert Armstrong Marshal and rendellV A Piano in the home generates a refining influence and places the son or the daughter in a musical atmosphere which is more eleyating than any other influence that could be brought to bear It also prepares them to take their place in the very Jest societySomething new a piano with the Cecilian concealed Every taste and every purse finds satisfaction her- oOTtkTtTO l TXlusXc eO 146153 West Maui Street Lexington Kentucky Golden Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUMATICTOOL which will enable them to do better work than ever before They have a largeassortment- of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call and inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaran teed Golden Flora East Main Street Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space dailySpecialFxcurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimeThroughSleepers trio Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP Consult your Local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WU ONEIL Ticket Seller PEFFER5 iiNERVIGOR RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY ar mr5 mea woo are lD plIyslOLl andpPnOnallI1agDetJsmthis the first nqnlilteYs good healthy reentaldeTelopmentanci NerveCareatroubleadnitouerreaEquallyPrice I1M a buT six for 5500 irttt a guar orbeneiltedpgrra1s U L A For sale by E C Wines rrQt Cifls inntt- Riwy The Midland Route LOCAL TIME TAIILE CENTRAL BR POINTS 20p247pL18130a542pGlipli42aA 815p SWaA Maysvllle L S4Sai lIp pI6 OOpl030 A Cincinnati 14 2MI GEO B HARPER Q W HAYS Pres and Gen Snpt G P A vDRWB Cswwzi A FAMILIAR FACE The likeness of DR W B CALDWELL appears on every package of r r Dr GildwolPs SYRUP PEPSINthe reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipa thou Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches and Fevers Caused by Bowel and Stomach disorders Every genuine package is dlstincrt shed by this trade mark Your druggist will be glad to sell Ton either the or 100 size Sold by Perry Thomas IT GIVES THE BEST IYE5UUTS UCHT 32ST The SMiTHSONIArf CDi RECTw TRUSS Sold by Perry Thomas To Make the flome Warmand Happy the new year prosper ous and bright BUY COAL from Di E1 UX IBRi TelephoaciiQ J 1 r r rFrom Kitchen to Parlor- t Furniture Queenswarej J Carpets Window Shades Curtainst11 JYour home furnished complete with new and Jattractive fc guarantee satisfactionIfwill save from 10 to 20 Per cent j Lumaizd iylLnS Main street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky r r rtvt I Wall Paper Shopping I Wall Paper Paints Glass is easy at our store because you dont have to kick to get your moneys worth because we have the largest assortment in the city because we furnish estimates on hanging as well as the paper well because our spring stock is abont all in and we are showing the prettiest line ever shown here including all the novelties and all at prices that will astonish you Give us the pleasure of showing you our line and make you an estimate on your work There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR i Every housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Out mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latestt Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle ofMadisonV Elusion Mill CO WACO KENTUCKY Here Is Home Beauty If your wall paper does not conform to the great est harmony with your furniture we can show you wall paper that does We have made a study of har monious effects in house decorations and we can onlyillwe can help you to select to the best advantage We want to show you wall papers stains var youhiLvethesedesthave made up your mind to buy of some other store undoubtedlybethere is a courteous salesman ready to serve you Perry and Thomas Also a full line of Paints and Varnish Stains RICHMOND Greenhouses TELEPHONE 188 RICHMOND KENTUCKY- Cut Flowers Plants Decorations BSi Special attention given to Funeral DesignsjpRj 1 412 Wilk Baxter 412 HighClass Wall Papers for 1906 FORE WORD THE POPULAR DEMAND for individuality in home decorations has prompted us to illustrate the most modern and uptodate styles in period decorating for the guidance of our patrons who would otherwise he unable to keep in touch with the new treatments now vogue in New York and Chicago There is scarcely a home nowadays where some of the ideas illustrated cannot be used toadvantage in at least one or two rooms in connection with the more conventional styles in regular matched combinations of side wall ceiling and border thereby insuring variety of decorations which will not become monotonous My new samples contain such a large variety of matched combinations and patterns suitable for special purposes that the customer will never Be at albsiJtfor combinations suitable for any purpose Border and paper always same price i W P Baxter P M Pope is the right ploce to buy Plows Hoes Rakes Mattocks Axes Steel Ranges Stoves ofaU kinds Locks Bh1gesNaiIsGranite Iron ware Fine Cutlery Fishing Tackle He sells the Senaca Stockr and Poultry Food Tryt- 204LuaiIl0 V tret b V4 IJ i f