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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX i- a IvoLUME 32 45IJiL Jr Ready for the Spring House Furnisher Yes ready with the most uptodate showing of tasteful retdisplaedToona Mahogany Circassian Walnut and Early English ar a few of the new woods and finishes that we show in Furniture CarpetW11f We have gained an enviable reputation for the beauty ant artistic merit of the Water Colors FacSimilies and Rr ns that are shown at all times in our Art Department A pxvellent picture requires a frame in keeping It is a m T of pride with us that no framed work leaves our house t f s not perfect in every respect lII1CASHE j AT 5The BUCKET STORI l 1 fFrom now until Easter we will offer the following ij articles at the astonishing low prices quoted fJ Picture Frames 10 15 and 20c 6 Jardineres and Pedestals 49cq8 inch Jardineres lOc ttCurtain Stretcher 6x12 115 We have also a complete line of Base Ball Goods and Fishing Tackle 4 Dont fail to visit our 10 cent counter + THE RACKET STORE tt1 1 Of Course You Wantto buy your Dry Goods of a firm which sells only The Very Best Money Can Buy Usii jou can rely on the fact that we DO NOT SELL SHODDY GOODS You Get Good Goods il ven the Latest Novelties in this SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS I GOODS Our Hamburjjs are unsurpassed Sve yuur Cash Register Checksf They Save You Mon e White Gibson Tgent and best line of Trimmings and Braids in Town t M 1h1 Street Richmond Kentucky Oliver Chilled Plows tt N w is the time Get your plow 11readyturn over soil that has never bee reached before Come and see u I we will tell you all about it 0 6 Shockelford Go VIY NAME IS THLRMAN On Sausage Row And j Buys The Better Way The tissues of the throat are irritatedyouough ion more You take coughmixture and it eases th takeISCOTTS EMULSIONnd lugvhatisnecessaryiroat because it reduces the nta lOn cures the cold because drives out the cooflickscause it nourishes them back their naturalstrength Thats ow deals with sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL SEND A SAMPLE FRCfc SCOTT a BOJJ1 1IOB lVwlok At WOULD fillfr CHURCH AT 90 Aged Trustee Asks That Successor De Appointed to Position Held Long Time Indianapolis Ind Whether a man 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 Marlon circuit court will be asked to decide in a few days Attorney Merrill Moo res on behalf of John L Avery tiled a petition In the circuit court for the appointment of a new board of trustees for the See ond Christian church The petition states that In 1834 the members of the Central Christian church formed a mis slon organization known as the Second Christian church A board of trustees s consisting of John U Avery and George W Snider white and Leroy Redd was appointed to have charge of the church affairs and all church property was deeded to It in trust Years ago Snider and Kedd died and for the last decade 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 church 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 organiza tion the original grants to the church stipulated that new trustees were to bo appointed by the presiding Judge of the circuit court- CHIEFS GIFT TO CHURCH President Roosevelts Bible to Be Received When Restored Edlflc Is Consecrated in 1907 New YorlcRev W A Rr Goodwin rector of Bruton Parish church Wll liamsburg 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 conse crated during the general convention of 1907 Mr Goodwin said that the Bible was given by the king upon suggestion of the archbishop of Cm 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 president 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 colony which landed atyJamestown May 13 1607 These gifts are made to Bruton as the official successor in 1699 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 Richest Schoolmaam Miss Elizabeth Parson whose pri vate income is said to be J40 a and whose brother is the banker Joh farson is a Chicago schoolteacher at a salary 01 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 saysthat if 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 Human Blood Marks- A tale of horror was told by marks of human blo d in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of B c Kv lie writes Twenty years iijyj 1 had ses fro heoimorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I be KingatiewDiscoveryIt remaired well ever since It cures Hemmorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis and is the only known cure for Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by Stock andnsomesFor a mild easy action of the bowel a single dose of Downs ReguletR ia enotuh Treatment cures habitual constipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggist for them There is nothing divine in dullness A Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander of Me who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and Bowels in perfect order Youll agree wlth her if you try these painless purifiers that infuse new life Guar anteed Stockton e Hagan drug gists Price 25- XNow is the Timet- o leave orders for eggs for setting Or dar early and yon wont have to wait when your hens havn gone to setting IhavetheWhite Plymouth Rocks Flshete train and they have made the worlds record ou laying They grow farter and are healthier 35g SUOO per 15 A Rood belch ICMara teed DM1LLEBRieha p KrJ GI VESTNEW YORK CHEMIST SEAS HIS FRIENDs ON CHESHCAiS Every Course of Elaborate Dinner Is Prepared in Order from TubesNo Pure Food TeatI IdenueNew Yorkprof Thomas a SUIT laboratorythethe Chemical society of Paris re whatheguests called It a chemical lunch The two guests were seated all right and proper at a table in a private din room of the Astor The host was part of the time mostly he was hopping back and forth from a chem leal laboratory which he had set up in the serving room and in which he ked his part of the dinner in beak and test tubes before every course The menus written in French with explanatory notes gave the chemical- formulae long as the moral law fo everything The best thing that Prot Stlllman did and the one of white he seemed most proud was the biscuits which ae atastedsee advertised in a street car and tin in a box As a matter of fact the were made out of things you buy in a drug store and not a grain of flour entered into their composition They were made of chemical starch extractoed originally from potatoes cream of tartar saccharine a chemical sweeten in tilcarbonate of soda and artificial milk dien ingretssaw a cowfThe bntterine which went with the a biscuits looked like the genuine yellow product of the cow and the dairy maid Prot Stillman held up a jar of 11 be fore the biscuits came to the table and explained that it would have to be kept out of the sun or it would fade white It was compounded of oleo oil a certain refined lard artificial milk and carrotlne a yellow coloring distilled from carrots And so on down the line The banana sherbet was complicated Prot Stillman admitted that he had some trouble with that There were eight ingredients including five kinds at5a all blended to rmHuibi tha WRITE US A LETTER r eesrcant ETueit or oansaso Perhaps the raspberry jelly wh1 came on with the ptarmigan was as otherTR It the cider was pressed out of glucose which is simply a sweetening made from cornstalks and ot a few other materialsThe cocktails which didI some shocking things before the even lag was over were made of abslnthlne Laalcoholdye They were an excellent imitation of the real thing His imitation of white burgundy was better The constituents of the sauterne as given o the menu in French were Aclde mallque gluclne tartre alcohol ether antique I could have made champagne for you said Prof Stillman but I thought Id give you the luxury of champagne which is supposed to IINew York to Have Tallest Building- on Earth To Be 595 Feet GroundrNeW YorkThe Singer Manufactur ing company filed plans for a structure which will be higher than all exist skyscrapers by from 200 to 300 feet nd be about 40 feet higher than Washington monument lmprovemeyadjoining its present building at t1 eIt 1Libertya tower 40 stories will rise to the height of 593 whichI 10 23 inches The tower will be 65 feet square for 36 stories and will be surmounted by a dome containing four additional stories above which will beIcupola and if that isnt high enough a flagstaff With the exception of the Eiffel tower the Singer building will be the loftiest structure In the world It will nearly 60 feet higher than Philadelphia city hall more than feet higher than the Park Row building and over 100 feet higher than an of the famous spires of Europe wit the exception of those of Cologne cathedral which rise 512 feet above ground Kaufman Straus Co Here are the New Spring Suits Jackets Shirts nod Waists VISIT THEM We are ready in our garment department for the most critical of our customers Novel have Jhe Spring Garments been more captivatingandbest of allnever more pleas antly priced All ready we repeat and were as proud of the display of new thing as you will be of any or every garment you will buy of us and you will buyfor no matter what you want youll find it herefind it in bcomiugOfThe Walking Skirtsa- re strikingly temptingloose and flowing and more beau ti situpbeautifulEton and PoneJ Suits are the vogue this jTear demand ed by fashion authorities Its a kind decree as theirare a suitsnWe are never too hurried to show you all you wish to seeto answer all your questionsthe fact that you come necessaryforthe earlier you will come the better pleased you will be Central Kentuckys Great Department Store na Stra O T2nd I4 West Main St Lexington K0 A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to i yourself by taking I OFCARDUI II Womans Relief It will ease away an your pain reduce inflam ovaranetc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it At every drug store in 100 bottles yourtrol1bles TTteCMttaaoogasdkiue n DUE TO CAHDUI and nothing else is ray baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J P West of Webster CIty Iowa She Is a fine healthy babe and we KO both doing Rtoly I of hNervous School Children Statistics gathered by various School percentagEItent form of nervousness mUd or exajjgeraed Some snowed a tenden dejpor Ins dance M st of these trouble c n be overcome by proper food ant ficient steepand Dr Caliw lls laxltive Syrup Pepsin It is a nnS versal chlldrens medicine because if good food Is e ten it insures that the 11food is propprfy digested Iond iidlges tpropelshrownand safe sock sur in results Ty It Sold by Perry Phonm1 at 50c ta d 00 Morey back if it fail nIIwin carries pr sue well WliereasecrfctlsuiinceriHda woman uijktd every word tell Miserable Conditions- Of body and mne always result from a torpid hr which leads to bile poisons beiui bsorlxd Ito the blood suck poisoniiii Ill bit pares and tm ofnthe symptom f which are headache b tu r taste ovules lack of appetite ytsllowcompl xion tunstipatloullc ntbequ chi by taking Dr laxrtivr Syrup Pep in relieves thr train on your liver relates the tighemd bowels pur tits the Mood strcngthths the 8t imauh a il makes it m clean as a whittle The result is p rfect health and free dam from priu and dicomturt TrJ it Sold by IerrpC Thomas at 50c ad 100 Muiey back if it fails Lots of us irw to i evitabie without formal intiodnctiou Dr Thorns Electric Oil is the best rflnrdy for ih it ofien fatal disease croup Has bern used with suttees in our family for eight yesrs Yb0TRIBBLEhAUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RTPRMOND TCY O D11 OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen alts grocery R A MILLER ATTOIUCHTATLAW- KlCHMOSD KX2ITCOX- TOCce n the Barntm Banding next door to inner National Bank eb3Iy J A SZTLLISTAN ATTORJfETATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank h Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street LEWIS B HERRDSIGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY J J GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Office over C A Taylors hard ware store opposite Court House Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Bonn 810 toll vm 2 to 4pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice Arno lsRes Tele 525 RICHMOND KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PHONE t RICHMOND KENTUCKY Marshall K Denny Dentist Office over State Bank k Trust Co Telephone 296 RICHMOND KY V M Blanton DENTIST 3OOc in Bennett Building ijanly TELEPHONE 198 + CALL AT +JONES fflERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN CoolestalJdmost refreshing of drinks that can be found in the ity are dispensed by upt ate and aecommo dutioni- enolne Sfraloz Water Kept on Tap X Phone 3 Second St TAILORING to meet the requirements of boys has been perfected to an unusual makers of our boys clothing The effect is seen in the character of i perculiarladaptedstyle a j- Our XT GOOD Brand Are the Best for BoyseThe prices we ask are based upon the actnal cost of materials and workmanship If we charged for appearance and quality our prices would be much higher New freshstockof Schloss Bros S Co Hand Tailored Suits for men just received Dont fail to see them when you are lookingfor the best suit your money can buy The La France Fine Shoes Shoestheyon firstclass merchandise Your patronage earnestly solicited W 0 OLDHAM CO i I I REVIVO VITALITYn GaEAT TC R l Tproduce theabove results In 30 days It atepoverfollr and quickly Cores when all cthen falL daAErITOlieu Lost Vitality Impoteney KUbtly Fmliilonj LcitPoverZalllnff Memory Wastlnz Dlsetrea and aU effects of fellabcsa or uce lid indiscretion IIIlIooa1Tlit Duct the pink glow to pale cheeks and JlIIWtJcdmallSLOOtiro written crurmntea to euro or refund the money BOot and adrtso BOYAI MEDICINE C0 CHICAGO MarineBuilding ILL For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184gets the best C O A L4 COMPANY 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 peo ple who se- llBve Oak Cannel lOtan b- Beat eCO 8 yviUe all guaranteed to give satis promptdelivery Beattyville Coala Company- D R Freeman Mgr Phone J84 Yard Aspen av Farms and City property for sale D W TRIBBLE Real Estate Act vP TS- WiLL r IWOOLl I It tJcounties and in order to a 1tJ t Highest Market Prices tYouwill make a mistake youJ t prices p sr e Covington Arnold Bro i c Main Street rr t EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mcolllOunn Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWeable Equipments and facilities unsurpassed milts E CALDWELL oJ W HUNTER JX p rwudem I Geotlo aMr6 TP- L SHIELD WisWiLL CLOTHINGMens Youths and Boys Suits tThe most economical to buy because they are better atPor Tv None Genuine Without the Labelon the Coltu 5 1 FOR SALE BY fl 74 1 CLARKent ltK ritiiJ f iI Lr 4 zw L firJ i y r y 1Pr r I I1L BEST Fire SaleON EARTH 8villeED BL4NTON t CO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax CUBLI8HK11 EVERY WEDNESDAY BY 1hG Climax Printing Co Incorporated D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IS ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct And City OmeespS 5 00 For County Offices 10 For State and District Offleea 15 For Calls per lne PP Eor Cards per line10ro- r InIall jmWIoBtkins In the Interest of dlrtdaali or expression ot nal views per line 10 Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY APR 4 1900 A WAHKAXT for the arrest of George W Perkins former Vice President of the Sew York Life Insurance Company was issued Wednesday Imme diately after his arrest Mr Perkins through his counsel secured a writ of habeas corpus from the Supreme Court by which Perkins was released from custody and the case was taker direct to the Supreme court The charge on which Perkins was arrested was on aooountof his connection with the contribution of 4870260 from the funds of the New York Life Insur ance Co to Cornelius N fuse treas urer of the Republican National Com mittee in the campaign of IflOJ Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of catarrh that cannot be wired bv Halls Catarrh Cure F J CIIKNRV Co Toledo knownFand believe him perfectly honorable in nfl business transactions and finan ciallyable to carry out any obliga WALIHN6KINAN OHallsthebloodsystem Testimonials sent free cliDruggstsTake Halls ami1 Pills for eon stipatlontYou cannot measure a mans right by his retinencp ir We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaus tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about it Unless there dally action of the bowell poisonous product are absorbed causing head ache blllousneu nausea dyspepta ttstIus preTenung the Sarsaparilla from beet work Ayers rifle are User pills Act gently all regetable lA teda JIIAlloqers HAIR 1GORII We have no ecreti We publish the foraulM of all our medicine Senator Tillman replied thus to a taunt that his knowledge of the law was too limited to warrant his giving advice on some subject of interest to the legal profession absorbed al my knowledge of freedom and juris prudence from my mothers milk IN a recent speech Govenor Folk of Missourri said No grander mis ion can be in store for the Democrat ic party than to continue the light for the rule of the people against graft and special privileges Qlqfched hi the armor of a righteous cause the attack of the Democracy on the cita del of monopoly and graft if aggressive enough must in theend triumph for these principles tlat Jefferson advocated and that the Democratic party today stands for are enduring because they are just and invincible because they are right Jessamine Journal MRS SAKAII SAGO a witness in the Sutherlin murder trial now in progress in New Albany Ind enlivened FridaybySuthorlin a few days before her death and discussed the divorce suit and other domestic difficulties through passedDoinghad talked to any one about the conI versation with Mrs Sutherlin Mrs Sago said she talked about it to every ne she knew as well as writing letters o a halfdozen States and had detailed the conversation to about all the tele hone subscribers with whom she was L on speaking terms And yet Mrs Sago cannot understand why the aboyo remarks came ntar causing ahj adjournment of cou- rtDIATH At her home near Red House Mrs Davis widow of John Davis died Wednesday aged fit ty B vo years Deceased leaves several children among them being Mrs Lyihan Per rish of this city Mrs Davis was a most lovable Christian woman and was highly respected by all After funeral services at the homo her remains were laid to rest in Richmond cemetery Thursdaymorning Mrs George Goodloo neo Mary Shackclford youngest child of the late Captain James T Shackelford died at the home of her mother on West Main Street this city Sunday beenIband who is a son of the Honorable John D Goodloe one of Madisons most prominent and respected citizens Mrs Goodloes illness was one of great suffering which she bort with a fortitude that was little less than superhuman Her death was only a matter of time but with her fate Known to her she cheered her loved ones with assurances of perlect resignation and hope of a blessed im mortality Her death was peculiarly lamentable as it seems but yesterday she moved among her large circle of devoted friends a yonng girl yet in her teens but yesterday a mother to whom Death had come ivhen she bad for the first time felt the breath of her first born The stricken ones have the sympathy of the community Burial in the Richmond Cemetery yesterdayafternoon Will Interest Many Every person should know that good health is impossible if the kid KidneyCuredisease in every form and will build 110IBrightsdiseaseCure is taken in time Sold by R C Stockton A Wok of Pleasure Free To the most popular young woman among the Herald readers in Laurel Whitlev Madispn and Breathitt Coun ties All expenses paid including railroad fare sleepin car berthmeals on train and one weeks board at one of three leading hotels in Atlantic City to be selected by popular vote the only conditions being that the votes be cast on coupons clipped from the Lex ington Herald or by special ballots given those paying their subscription in advance This special ballot en titling the subscriber to one hundred votes for every one dollar paid will be mailed In return on receipt of remit tance when above conditions are complied with Noiniuatitigblanks and any further particulars will be furnished on application Address Contest Department LEXIXOTOX HKIIALD Lexington Ky No Quarter The evils which always follow after constipationfight them to a finish with Dr Cald wells laxative Svrup Pepsin It is a weapon against those diseases which will give you quick relief and permanent cure Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and 100 Monev back if it fails FACTS IN NATURE Rot Oaly Do We Get Inspiration Prom Nature But Health as WelL For people who are rflndown and nerv ons who from indigestion or dyspepsia headache biliousness or torpid liver coated tongue with bitter taste In the morning and poor appetite It be comes necessary to turn to some tonic or strengthener which will assist Nature and help themtogct on their feet and put the body Into Its proper condition It is becoming more and more apparent that Natures most valuable health giving agents are to be found In forest plants and roots Nearly forty years ao DJ RV PIerce now consulting to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N Y discovered that by scientifically extracting and combining certain medicinal principles from native roots taken from our American forests he could produce a medicine which was marvelously efficient In cases of blood disorder and liver and stomach trouble as well as many other chronic or lingering aliments This concentrated extract of Natures vitality he named Golden Med ical Discovery It purifIes the blood by tbo stomach and liver Into healthy condition thereby helping the digestion and assimilation of foOd feeds the blood Thereby It cures weak stomach indigestion torpid liver or bil- Iousness and derangements If you have coated tongue with bitter or bad taste In the morning frequent headaches feel weak easily tired or pain In side back gives out easily and aches belching of gas constipation or Irregular bowels feel al ternating with chilly sensations or kin dred symptoms they point to derangement of your liver and kidneys which the Golden Medical DliCOvery will correct more speedily and permanently than any other known agent Con talus no alcohol or habitforming drugs All Its ingredients printed in plain English on wrapper The solo motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make a little more profit lIe Jains you lose Accept no sub stltute for Golden Medical Discovery Constipation causes and aggravates many serious diseases It Is thoroughly curro by Dr Pierces lIearant lelfrts One a laxative two or three arc cathartic Dr J S Turner of Irvine was in the city Friday on business Mr C T Wells visited his son Mayor Wells in Irvine last week Miss Luy Lackey has returned from a two weeks stay in Indianapo usMr P L Hume of Irvine was among the Court Day visitors Mon dayMr and MM Joe B Willis of Crab Orchard are visiting relatives in the city Mr Walker Hisle has gone to Tampa Florida to spendseveral weeks Mrs Z T Rice left Thursday fer a visit to her mother Mrs Davidson in Lancaster Miss Lee Alullins has accepted a position in the composing room ol ClimaxMr Mrs moved into the on West Main street Mr and Mrs Harry Goucher htve taken rooms with Mr and Mrs G W Evans Jr on Main street Miss Judith Tudor of Irvine was the guost of her aunt Mrs Claude Smith Friday and Saturday Mrs DII Chenault has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Erie Galbraith at Jacksonville III Mr Frank Leslie Russell has re turned from Hoattyville where he spent several days on business Mr Frank Hutcheson representing the Truxton Millott Co distillers of Louisville was in town Thursday Mrs Mary D Jones has returned o Mt Sterling after a visit to her daughter Mrs John Arnold in this cityMr Joe Thurrnin who has been MODERN GAS LIGHT the most reliable all illuminants andhomes700CandleforbathIi you Love your Wife Dont Roast Her BUTBUVIIERA OAS RANGERangeshjfsold at S200 down and a dollar a month until paid for Gas is cheaper than Coal No dirt no smoke j no heat A Gas Range settles the li Richmond Water and Light Company PERSONA Hangergottarre Is of cookproblem veryUl for the past two weeksls out much to the gratification of his many friends Miss Elizabeth Taylor has joined Miss Florrie Chenault for it visit to Mr and Mrs Harrison Simrall in LexingtonMr Mrs W L Crucher have returned from a visit to their daughter Mrs Cabel Chenault at Texico New Mexico Mrs B F Spears of Spears Jessa mine county and Miss Bertie Messick of St Luis Mo arrived Monday for a visit to Mrs Covington Mr Harvey Chenault and Mrs An derson Chenault returned homo Friday from Florida where they have been spending the winter Miss Ida McCall has resigned as toll perator in the Telephone Exchange andaccepted a position with the Sing er Sewing Machine Co as bookkeeper and cashier Hon C L Searcy of Madison county was here yesterday returning from Booneville where he had at tended the funeral of his sister Mrs Herd Beattyville News Mrs S P Deatherage arrived last week from Muskogee Indian Terri ton where she and her family have resided for the past year Mr Death erage will arrive this week and this excellent family will make their home m this city They will be given a heartywelcome by their friends Mrs Frank Van Winkle of Wallace Place entertained with a beautiful luncheon Thursday at the Ft Mitchell Country Club in compliment to Mrs Newton Combs of Lexington the guest of Mrs Julian Van Winkle Kentucky Post Mrs N II Goucher of Richmond was the guest of Miss Rosa Miler last week Mr H R Smiths friends will be glad to know that he is sitting up now and is steadily recovering Miss Harriet McCoy who was the Cunninghamhas mond Woodford Sun Miss Mary E Lear of Paint Lick who is entered in the CourierJournal Trip to Europe contest was here several days last week Miss Lear has a large number of friends in Richmond and Madison county who are thoroughly interested in her can didacy and all are watchingwith much Interest the vote of the Six tecnth District in which so far has been the most exciting contest Mr and Mrs C C Wallace entertained the Epworth League in a most delightful manner on last Friday evening In spite of tho inclemency of the weather quite a nnmber of guests were present to partake of the genial hospitality which was dispensed in true Kentucky style A pretty seature of the evening was a literay contest which taxed the brains of the guests to Vie utmost Beautiful music was rendered which added much to the enjoyment of the occasion Delicious refreshments vere served and at a late hour the merry company reluctantly took their leave voting Mr and Mrs Wallac and their son William to be ideal entertainers and thanking them for the enjoyable event which will belong remembered by all present A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good kidneyandgravel or stones with excruciating pain scys A H Thurnet a well known coal operator of Buffalo 0 I got no relief from medicine until I began taking Folays Kidney Cure then the result was surprising A few doses started the like substance and now I have no pain across my kidnevs and I feel like a new man It has done me 1000 KidneyCureor badderdisease Sold by R C Stockton Frank Carr Gets Reminiscent the vreaher put F B Carr general agent of the L and N in a reminiscent mood yesterday says The Lexington Herald In response to a suggestion from the Man About Town that the weather was bad for train service he said Thov is no bad weather in Kentucky so far as railroad service is concerned I have been in the rid road business for over Ueiityfive years and there has only been two or three years when the snow plow would have been of any use hereThe last great trouble was in 18845 when five trains on the Kentucky Cen tral were hung up near Richmond for three days We had all the men could get out clearing the cuts- ENGINKKK BUKSED RAIL FENCES 1 Remember that one engineer alive durin time buring all the rail fences in the neighborhood He burned the sheeting off his engine and was so badly frostbitten himself that he came near losing his mind W H Harrison traveling passenger aient chipped In here It was about the same time we had our trouble here The reatsnow filled all the cuts out- sIde of Lexington and it took two en gine of move the lightest train thro the streets of Lexington There has never been aUme since when the weather was so bad that we could not get one train through on the same day Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated lungrimedymerit and popularity of Foleys Hon ey and many imitations are torFoleysany substitute offered as no other satisfictioncntains no opiates and is safest for personsSold 1OYALbakInq A1solutely pure A GRAPECREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER It makes the most delicious and healthful hot breads biscuit and cake FREE FROM ALUM LIME OR PUOSPIIATIC ACID Alum baking powders arc unhealthful Do not use them for raising food under any circumstances So detrimental are alum baking powders considered that in most foreign countries their sale is prohibited In many States in this country the law com pels alum powders to be branded to show that they contain this dangerous acid while in the District of Columbia Congress has prohibited the sale of all food that contains alum Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at from 10 cents a pound to 25 ounces for 25 cents or 25 cents a pound andwhen nqt branded may generally be distinguished by their price Telephone Franchise Resurrected and Repnb- lishea tor General Inlornutlon On account of the City Council Minutes of 1804 being lost strayed or stolen and there beiue no other record here of the transaction Mayor Woods has obtained from Mr V E Schwab of the Richmond Telephone Co of Nashville lenn a copy of the fran chise granted by the City Council twelve years ago to Mr C H Powell of this city and by him sold to the owners of the Cumberland or East Tennessee Company It is here republished Gty Ordinance Be it ordained by the Board of Coun KentuckyThatrestrictions hereinafter set out an exclusive iranchiae is hereby granted to Charles S Powell his associates and assigns to use the streets and alleys of the City ot Richmond len tucky for the purpose of erecting maining and operating a system of telephone service and telephone ex change for the period of twenty years from the passage ot this ordinance to witrAupust 21 1894 this grant includ ing the exclusive right to the use of the said streets and alleys for erecting and maintaining all poles aud wires required for said purpose either above or underground By telephone service and telephone exchange is meant any and sit methods of transmitting speech or written words bv means of wire electricially or otherwise whether by telephones stethophones telauto graphs or other apparatus Nothing in this franchise shall be construed to prevent this Board from permitting any citizen or citizens of Richmond Kentucky to erect and operate private telephone line or lines for their own convenience far the use of which no tolls rents or other compensation shall bo charged It is further provided that this Board reserves the right to permit any other person persons or corporation to telephonelintwith any other town or towns with but one instrument in the limits of the city The above grant is upon the follow ing conditions All poles shall be erected under the supervision of the Street Committee of this Board 2 All poles shall be erected and maintained in a vertical position and where necessary shall be properly guyed for that purpose 3 The services furnished shall be good and efficient 4 Telephone service shall lie fur nished to any person desiring it at any place within the city limns un der the regular rules of the grantee or his assigns relative to care al instruments payment of rents etc 5 Work shall be bcniimin good faith upon the establishment of saId telephone system within six months from this date and prosecuted to completion within twelve months mi less prevented by act olGod orunavoid ble casualty 6 For this franchise there is hereby granted to the City ol Richmond Kentucky one tree telephone to the Fire Department of the City 01 Richmond Kentucky the right tu fasten IIIptratusforand crossarms of this grantee for the fall period of the life of this franchise- It is hereby expressly understood and agreed that grantee or his as signs are to keep all the poles and crossarms in good repair for fire alarm wires but said Cityis to erect and keep in repair all wires and othe apparr atus It is to be construed however that tins grantee is to erect any poles for fire alarm wires in addition to his polesIn money pAid and cervices to be performed by the second party his associates or assigns no further license or tax shall he re quired for operation any telephone system that may be erected under this contract and no advalorem city tax shall be levied on such telephone sys tern or the franchise thereof during the life of thie grant 7 The maximum price which said grantee or his assigns shall have the right to charge for the use of instru ments are as follows In private residences for each in t t C tflIs you wirr 8OMETflIGngjjjjJ USE LECTRICLjGHIs COOL C0NYENIcrBniLuLrxthdT TIlE LEDIhG GnTFiLP i 1 t bCRIiOND JLCrRjC LPO WEKC01fPl NY i stiCIILMJL JlUJLDD TlKKPJiOtl 481 ri1 Hii1 ui = Jt i 1l1 f 7 4i j c strument one dollar and fifty cents 8160 per month in all other places for each instrument Two Dollars S2 00 per mouth For a single message at any pay station which may be established in Richmond Kentucky for services within the city limits not exceeding ten cents S Should this franchise pass by transfer or otherwise ftom Chas S Powell and his associates to any other person or corporation then ana in that event said Chas S Powell and aoyfurthertaming hereunto and same shall fol low the franchise and rest upon the future owners of same MayorAttestC D Pattie City Clerk CARL Dwill make the season of 1906 at onr place one mile west of Richmond Ky on the Lexington pike at 25 for a Jack Colt and 10 for aJennet Colt to get up and suck hebyby Frank he by Newt White be by David CompromiseTlppecanoehe Imp Warrior John Ds 2nd dam by Sir WllliamedamFor er- CARL Ds let dam by Leon II he by Ims War nor 3rd dam by Marengos Mammoth WILEBy Bud Crooke he by Harry Wilkes he by damblorigInalproventoccnrIGJ White and Son CALL FOR Old Boone WhiskyIBottled not brokenThixton Millett Co Louisville Ky weM JONES 1 SON SOLE AGENTS- Main St near Land N Depot Richmond Kentucky We take pleasure in announcing to our trade our advance styles in all the latest crea tions in Band Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etc for Waists and Dresses Also all staple goods such as Ging hams etcPostal us for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attentior Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE RICHMOND KY rr We Are Now ItReady For Business EverybodysJt I SHOE STOREOur business is growing We are trying hard enough to make it grow The only thing that makes I- J sales is prices Asking for business does no good II- A Making it pay people to come here thats the way Jwe get the business tJ J See our 350 and 4 Shoes and Oxfords A in Velour Calf also in Cult Ideal Shoes everp pair of them Dont Jforget our Womens Shoes at 3 and 360 Best to be found in town Also a complete line of Ladles Oxfords and Ribbon TiesIWe have some regular beautiesnew shapes and new styles J t Mens Shirts and Neckties ofall Kinds IJor a j and Handbags UnderwearJ3 Hats for Every Man at Hat Prices All we ask before buying is a look from you and we will do the rest JHoping to see you in our store soon and often we are as ever J foJ W Masters Co t Trlbbloc Ky W fIuCut Flowers and Blooming Plants EASTERALBERTS Send in your order NOW and Ill guarantee you firstclass Flowers at reasonable prices Cleanliness cleanliness cleanli ness The watchword of every house hold and the watchword of nurmagnif cent new whitetile market which is absolutely sweet clean and sanitary It costs you nS more to buy meats here than elsewhere DOUGLAS fr COLTON mar28 2t For Rent A large comfortable room plenty of tight and fronts on Main street Apply to this olllce Main street marl4lm Ep ror sale Whitmans Brown Leghorn and Franks Barred Plymouth Rnck Eggs for salp Leghorn 75 cents per setting of 15 Plymouth Rocks 100 Hatch of seven guaranteed MRS CLARK RICE 7 ring 3 R F DNo3 mar2l4t Richmond Kv Sealshipt oysters are sold at a slightly higher price than tub oysters and they are worth it They are SOLID MEATSall oysters and no water Try them at Joes J1d FOR Telephone House wanted in good location with good yard not over 20 Apply Hotel Blyndon Lost Steer Last March courtday between Rich mond and river on Lexington pike Will weigh abont 650 pounds Brand ed with letter M with tar on hip Reward for information or return to J F McKinney Route Jexinllton Ky Fayette phone 2926 2t Livery Stable For Rent I offer for rent privately the large 3etorv brick stable corner of Main and Second streets Paris Ky The build log 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 This is an excellent longestablished stand Possession April 1906 N H BAYLESS Trustee mar2Mt Paris Ky WANTEDTwo cottages In Richmond Price from 800 to 1000 tf Hagan Miller I THIS HOUSE WAS BUILT OUT O- FMIRACLE CONCRETE BLOCKS Superior to Brick or Stoneas cheap as either and much better We are manufacturing these Blocks here and would be glad to you an on same for residences storehousesfonndationsetc You can plaster direc to the inside of these Blocks no lath I log or furring needed iWe also lay Concrete Sidewalks and sell all of builders supplies j Wp LETCIIER Jrr Office and Warehouse at LNDepot Telephone J42 I L u tj f y i IX ii Ii1iIIaiAIwIwIuR l II I rt I t 1- Vt I 4- F cl S jood the that makes our good Phone 232 C I he APR 4 kinds Rowing Mrs F King phone 178 fifth street tf The will of Mrs Jane tiilmnii war read in court Momlay and passed until April 20 at which time a contest wi probably be fUnd Room and board wanlqd for lady anIIW mall children Must be first oiling not ovpr UO per month Write Jude in cars of Glynilon Rv the terms of a law passed rwitty it is lIowa felony to steal tobacco plants and the man who rob his nr ichbor plant bed may find liinpeU in thn One thousand dollars has been c I1te1 in Owen county as a license nn vehicles and the amount has been mMed to the turnpike fund to be used in bettering the condition of the conn ly roads Get your moneys worth in a quar t s alshipt oystersget a lull quart of oysters and not a pint of oysters and n I nt of slimy water mixed with em liaminB powder Sealshipt oysters tesh daily at Joes It you want good meat fiom a clean market lear in mind that Douglas and Cult His whiteTile market Ic absolutely wet clean and sanitary It costs you nil more to hay meats here than else where mar28 21 Heavy impure blood makes muddy pimply complexion headaches nausea inili pstion Thin blood makes you weak pale sickly Blood I jtlrs makes tin blood rich red purr restores perfect health Rereant Officials Destroy Eight Stalls apt W T Short Thurs day from a ten days trip through Ptrrv Knott Pike and Letcher counties IIi a moonshine raid He and his dep uties succeeded in locating and de utriyine eight still with a large amount of beer and whiskey No ar Psts were made New Dickerson and Terrill Lad returned from Cincinnati witha full and complete line of ladles and cJuMrens headgear They have rooms oier Rice Arnolds and cordially in vt their many friends to call and In- PIct iheir stock They have only the west and most uptodate goods wiiiih are to please the most fa- athiti U Symnonia Ky March 80 1903 Dr K W Hall St Louis Mo Dear I would liketii become your agent- r the gain f your medicine In this igrihurhood Your Texas Wonder s saved the life ot one man whom wo loctors had given up to die and tfre is none of your medicine sold n ncerning the agency as soon as pos Ie ED DRAFFKN Symsonia Ky A Texas if small bottle of the Texas Von HillV Great Discovery cures all invalid bladder troubles removes rivei cures diabetes seminal emi- sIi8 weak and lame backs rbeuma SII and aU irregularities of tho kid and bladder in both men and pirnlates bladder troubles in en If not sold by your druggist if tit hv mail on receipt of nnall bottle is two months treat BIpIdom talk to perfect a Pr Ernest W Hall sole manu l 0 box 629 St Louis Mo iMuionials old by all Urn aytf Correct H J A probably contains more real dollar for dollar value than anything you could select It is fitted with our guaranteed rubber tires of large sizfl natural grain Witli1iratentguaranteedOurp4ce RunaboutsBiigipsItt vehicles reputation concerpedaboutKentucky Carriage Works F HIGGINS Richmond Climax VDNESDAY 190- 6WATEDAiI penitentiary Burdock returned Mllltaer- rMeedames sure placeI Wonder B Our 13000 Phaeton 13000 The quarterly meeting ol theM F church south will be held at College byElderCommunion services were observed at the First Presbyterian church Sun day at which time eighteen additions bv letter anti confession were added to the list of church members Clyile Shropshire a wellknown member of the Lexington bar was orgingng nionpy MISS JULIA H HIGGINS Stenographer and Typewriter Examiner for Madison Co Ky Business and Pnnils Solicited Phone 351 The Commercial Club of Cynthi ana has decided to have aHomeCom log for Harrison county people to take place during the week at Louisville The Versailles Commercial Club also has a similar move on foot Whats the matter with Madison county following suit In this issue of the Climax will be found the advertisement of J Wc Masters O dealers in great furnish- Ings goods This flrm recently pur chase the stock of good fomerlyown ed dy J P Lriddle and they invite the citizen of Madison and adjoinig countees to call and ihsdect this line of spring and snmmer good Uvic Improvement Mrs Ida Withers Harri on will de liver a free lecture Thursday afternoon April 5th at Christian church on the subject Womans debt to her City All the ladies of the city are invited Whos LoSt an Overcoat A nice overcoat was left in the cir- CUIt clerks office the day of the Olllham fire and is still in my possession Owner can have same by describing coat and paying for this notice tf Roy C White For Sale Three thoroughbred cow all in calf two thorughbrod bulls also their three yearling heifer calves also a polled angus cow six years old with extra hull calf three weeks old she is a good milker 2tG J White son Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs sold by Mrs M F Arbuckle Sliver Creek Madison Co Ky at S2 per set ting ol 1C eggs Eggs left with Jas Arbuckle this city will be given prompt attentirn Senouly Carnrl Belle Embry colored was Sunday morning badly burned by the explosion of a can of coal oil The woman after starting a fire left the can of oil on top of the stove which became heated and exploded sattine fire to tbe womans clothing and so badly burned her that the flesh fell from her arms and legs Her condition is very serious The fire department extinguished the flame Compliment to Nadiscn County Jury Judge Bell knowing how many Gar rard people were familiar with the case sent Mr Jack Adams as a special dep- utY to Madison county where he summoned fifty men who came here Mon day morning as jurors in the case against Will Ward for killing Henry Patterson Mr Adams verformed his duty well as a more intelligent body of men were never brought from a neigh boring countyI an caster Record S T ATEMENTOf State Bank Trust Company as made to the Secretary of State March 31 1906 RESOURCES Loans ami Discounts367304 10 Trust Funds Loaned 38495 7- 4Overdrafts6251 67 Duo from Banks 70526 34 Real Estate 32177 5u Cash in VaultS 20779 84 Furniture and Fixtures 4000 00 Lxpense andTaxes Paid 3001 96 All other Assets 1489 58 T 7JOLIABILITIES Capital Stock tr 150000 00 Surplus Fund 11500 00 Undivided Profits 5987241 Deposits 328768 681 Due to Banks s 9996 91 Trust Funds 43773 90 Total 550026 73 I RE TURLEY Cashier of the above named Bank state under oath that the above statement s true to the best of my knowledge and belief R E TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by RE Turley this April 3 1906 L P EvsNotaryIPublico HANGER SULLIVAN JNO R GIBSON HomeComink r Directors TO THE PUBLIC We call attention to the above statement With ample capital large resources and a modern burglar proof safe and vault we are well equipped to care for your business We are authorized by law to serve you in any capacity that a bank or an individual can and we desire and invite you to do business with us State Bank Trust Company tf Rid Kentucky 1 i I jqqqqI3 If every man all about wed sell all the collars sold in brand are pure linen far away sold for the g Little Love Stories BlMrMiss Tommie Lakes of this county are were married at the residence of the bride near Wednesday 44 Rev G W Shepherd performing the Ai ceremonywEsttll Sprinp Property Sold Estill Springs one of Kentuckys most noted summer resorts was sold list week to Harve Riddell of Denver Hoi L C Riddell of Mt Sterling and J Elliot Kiddell of Irvin The last two named will manage the hotel this season The estate was a part of the U late M Thomas and has heretofore been successfully managed by Mra W R Thomas The new owners ofse this valuable property are brothers sons Judge Roht Riddell of Irvine and the gentlemen who will manage the hotel this season are not only ex perienced in this line but are popular throughout the state and the passing of this property Into the hands of theo Riddell Brolhersi8 evidence enough tow convince all that this lamous resort will continue to be Kentuckys favoro ite watering placeMCentral Offered to State for Normal School Site Tuesday evenings Louisville Times R says At a meeting of the Board of Trus tees of Central University held thise afternoon In the office c f Col Thomas E W Bullitt a resolution was adoptedE authorizing the city of Richmond toE donate to the State the grounds buildings occupied by Central Univer S sity at Richmond before the consolidation with Centre College At DanvilleT The gift is valued ot andTto be offered to the State for the s tablishment of one of the Normal tl chpols provided tor by the last Legis B latureThe offer makes it a certainty thatR Richmond will be the site of the Normal schools at hThe property was turned over to the city of Richmond by the Board of t Trustees for school purposes when theu university was moved to Danville hut was still subject to the disposal of the trustees The bill recently passed provided 50000 for State Normal schools and 2i 000 a year lor their joint support In order to present the matter of the gift to the Board of Trustees of the i University Hon J A Sullivan Judge A R Burnam and R W Miller of this city the meeting All of the of the Board of Trustees were present at the meetings Hepo Charted With Assaulting Young White bill News reached this city Wednesday- sCharles Francis a nego about eighteen years of age had com mitted an upon Maggie Per kins the thirteenyear old etepdaugh ter ot Jas Barnes of near Bluegrass this county I is claimed that Maggit Perkins had started from her home to that of Thos Davis a neighbor several hundred yards wheuf she was attacked by the npgroFrancljI and dragged into a nearby vacant house where be attempted to accom his Hellish deaire The young girl desperately fought the brute v h tore her clothing into shreds and succeeded in freeing her self from the man before his desire was carried out- Searching parties were immediately formed at the scene of the crime and the entire surrounding country scoured In their excitement the parties failed to notify the sheriff until the morning alter the assault when Broad dna and deputies left immediately to effect a capture Mr Barnes the step zither Intercepted Francis at Valley View when Deputy Sheriff Taylor made the arrest Francis was 10 this city and lodged in and it is stated made a partial confession to Sheriff Broaddus Believing that it would Dot be safe to keep the negro in the jail here Judge n allowed the prisoner to waive- exawlniBlCtrlal hpld him over wittout bail and ordered him transferred to Lexington jail Sheriff lroAddee and Deputy S P Bash left oa the after noon and laRded Franek MtMy Voblu tkt bin in wt okf The Clothing That Fits After a life long experience in handling cloehing always striving to maintain the highest standard of quality we are ready to assure our customers that the Kenton brand stands un equaled for everything that goes to make up clothing excellence Fit Style Quality are combined in every garmentthe result of carefully testedmaterial designed and finished by honest conscientious tailors of experience andskill For spring we are showing a beautiful assortment of the newest fabrics fashioned in the latest styles in both single and double breasted models with a range of sizes so complete andso perfectly adapted to men of every shape ana build that it is a positive waste of time andmoney to have clothing made to measure We suggest early buying while assortments are fullest KENTON SUITS 125O 1500 1700 J 800 2000 2250 2500 on OTHER SUITSV V 1000 800 700 500 f Barkers Collars knew Collars RichmondOur Barkers and and the finest I price 2for2ScOther Moberly University 150000 attended members Sheriff brought Black Minorca Eggs for Sale A I have forsaleeggs from pure blooded ack Minorca chickens These fowls the greatest egg producers and nsetters Two hens in 30 davs laid eggs 100 for setting of 15 eggs limited number Ffchela Strains SlhiteChas M EtnbryonMoberly Ky Phone 444x April 7 1 mo W H Eagle Leaves 350000 Estate ion The will of the late W II Eagle wast filed for probate yesterday at Lonoke The estate is valued at 350000 He left steplantation valued at 60000 to his nd to each of his six children by his in cond marriage he left a plantation in Lonoke county The remainder of the estate is divided equally between the six childrhn of his first marriage Is His eldest sons Joe and Bob Eagle are named as executorspMrEagle was the only living Gov James P Eagle deceased who as well known here His wife is a sis terof Mrs William KOldham gf Lon in ke Ark She was before her marriage h isa Ada Munroe p Elk Officers firdedwof the officers of the thichmondfollowing gentlemen were unanimously ected for the ensuing year for Exalted Ruler W R Shaokelfonl Leading Knight WB Brightgl Lecturing Knight sa- vans Jr- Esteemed Loyal Knight B H Luxon m B Paris reelected d inreasureryler T C ONeil reelected1 rustee lor three years J A Sullivan A most toothsome luncheon under of Bros W B At cerightthe served by the Kitchen Queen o- fichmond net tie LittleKlately maid at the Kentucky the St Louis Worlds Fair The spread was the finest in the recent his ory of the lodge rhie committee iii- harge of the lunch werecomphituenteda pon their exeeedln The Milliner Openings There is nothing more beautiful to the writer than a pretty hat on a lovely woman unless ithe that which is under this hatand we dont mean thed floor In visiting the millinery open ngs on Friday and Saturday we were so charmed with the beautiful stylet prevailing this Spring that we actually thought of attempting to exchange our derby for one of the lovely springreminding bonnets But fearing our betterhalf would take possession of the headgear should a deal be ef fected caused usto pause and con the very grave danger of having to face old Sol during the heated term awithoutThe etvlts in hats this season as stated above are very attractive flowersS and vines of every tint andin some eases bushes thrown in in great cbs ers invariably arranged on the back of the bonnet add greatly to the ap pearance of this article most dear to the feminine wardrobe The assortment and quality of hats brought to d Richmond this season surpassed alli former efforts on the part of our local milliners to put on this market the iest and nicest selection obtainable in the wholesale markets The following firms held their mil linery openings on the days above men tioned and enjoyed a nice business iconsideringweather Terrill Dickerson whot have as their rlmmer Miss Hurst EI V Elder trimmer Miss Lou Dunlap assisted by Mies Dora Neff Flora t Powers trimmer Mrs Flora asslt ants Mrs Powers and Miss Ellen Bugle Miss K V Schmidt trimmer Miss Rubles assistant Miss Josephine Schmidt and Miss Gertrude Blillard parrish k Wines trimmer Mies Carter Fartiy dt March trijhmer Miii iv Mar i It II j Spring HatsEasy to pick a hat to suit your fancy here Our stock is larger than all other Richmond stores combined The new spring styles from New York and Philadelphia are ready both soft and stiff Hocks all the latest colors and shades Prices and quality garanteed 1 to 5 COVINGTON Madison County Nursery of Saddle Horses Written for The Kontncky Farmer and Breeder by J B Shrophirew In Madison countv Kentucky near iver Creek postoffice is the home stock farm of Mr M K Arbuckle e of the most practical farmers and uptodate saddle horse breeders in the State Sliver Creek is eight miles trom Richmond on the Lincasterldivis of the L N rail oad a short all distance from the Garrard cojnty line nd situated in one of the richest see one of the county On stepping from the train at this point the eyes of the- ranger are first met by the vastc ume Distillery property one largest plants 01 the kind in operationle central Kentucky In road toal Bfavorablyconditions in that locality soilRveay rich and productive and entire comirunity gives every evidence f being Inhabited by a thriving and- rosperous people Elk Garden the name of Mr ArIbuckles far in is almost withtua stones throw of the little town of Klrksvllle which is known to almost everybody Central Kentucky and to many iilaceand Elk Garden might be better known a hen we sav that tue fair ground is part of one of the beautiful pastures ofB Ahygrass which has been so many show ring contests It was here that Veidict ine together in thlltmemlrablestrucU tiddleMr Arbuckle is an enthusiastic ad iser ana judicious breeders of sad- ie horses He has used rare judgment selecting his stud of breeding ani als representing as it does marked t individuality breeding ability combined with great action and readi ness to perform at the true saddle gaits the head of this stud stands the ex hlent individual and grandly bred allion Rex Arbnckle 1467 a son of g the great Rex McDonald 833 and Miss- ichmond the dam of Ceo Gordo by ing Richard second dam by Stone all Jackson By analyzing this pediA gree it will be seen that eire he has two top crosses of VashingE Ii Denmark through Rex nd Black Squirrel and on the mater nal side through King Richard he o traces to Peavine and Imp Phaeton thoroughbred Peavine it will beh remembered was one of tint greatestb show horses of his ay nnd not been an exhibition horse of any ote bred in Madison county since who id not have some of his blood Rex Arbuckle is probably the greatest combined stalion in Kentucky His how record for the ytar is remarkable o In the harness class he won every tJOrablasvitle fairs At the latter show be won the sweepstakes roadster clalsII over a field orslxteen worthv competi c tors In one oi the hardest drives nnd severest tests to which a road horse haib every been subjected thus most his unquestioned ItIpprClRcbinAbottom than almost any we ave ever seen But it was at th tte Fair at Lexington that hItachieved his greatest victory by winning f first In class for aged harnes stal lions and the championship for best stallion any age over the great Glen brook a horse with the extraordinary record of three hundred trize ribbons to his credit Glenmore PilatisBerna coltsrook twice champion and InvincIblE n thcharness rincs at former State Fairs was compelled to take a place below himtRex Arbuckle is a beautiful black in color nicely fronted with good strong back excellent quarters extra good coupling and clean He is truEl galled and fast nt both the rack trot and bin manner of going and hock knee action are something wonderful Tho most important question to be mined about a stallion doing ser vice is whether he is able to impart these qualities to his progeny If any person has re onto doubt It the writer would request him to visit Mr Arbuckles place anuses the first crop of colts by Rex which arc now three yearolds as well asi his twoyearolds and We can aty without fear of contradictioli that he cornea nearer reproducing jhimseU In all in stances than any other horse we have ever seen Every ojie of his get even whH UnwHl IMM iri a lot iavftrtably p k Oiows its sires great actLu and bold manner of going They are uniformly good lot with great action great backs plenty of finish and substance and good colors We could hardly ex pect a stallion out of a great producing and by Rex McDonald to do other j ise Among the young things Ire c the twoyearold black filly Lou Rex o who was shown by Robert Walker the Kentucky circuit the past and was practically 8easonI very attractive threeyearold Marv Rex 2734 and the cracking rood yearling colt Squirrel Rex 223 II the produce of Clyde T 1745 a laughter of mack Squirrel and grand daughter of Peavine a great trio to have the same sire and dam Enough for the stallion now what an we say for the females in the studois not so lrge but a superior col etloit both in breeding and indivldu ity Besides Clyde 1 there are Bar cr May 1746 by King Richard Miss ales by Black Squirrel out of a Pen mare Black King out of a Black Squirrel mare Kate Hanm 1560 by King Richard Jam by Stonewall Jackson Marion Burnam 1977 by Highland Denmark 730 dam Miss Richard by King Richard descendent both Peavine and Dave Ailcen Lou Wood 2330 by Peavine For the size of the stud it contains more Black Squirrel and Peavine blood than any other breeding establishment i America The produQt of these ares bred to Rex Arbuckle has proved great success In addition among younger fillies are daughters of- ourbon Chief and Highland Denmark Altogether the future outlook for the- reeding plant is most encouraging nnd we confidently predict that before another show season shall have ended ex Arbuckle will be regarded as one f the greatest young sires of combina on horses that ever stood in thp old Commonwealth Stallion Show The first Monday in April has from byIadsioriuial Stallion Show and on this daj every horse of every stylo and quality s brought to this city where on thai lay the horse is King The street i iven to hit nnd business stops while le receives There were about fifteen tHilioiis exhibited Morday and probably no better lot of horses were ever on hn streets of Richmond mog tho ntominent ones was M F- rbuckbes Rex Arbnckle No 1416 of lk Garden Stock Farm His sire Rex McDonald wits the largest winnei f saddle premiums in America Rex Vrburkle Is six years old 16 hands igh and a model in form and finish nd it Is slid that he traces more fancy ttnn any young stallion on record Rex has to his credit probably IB fine a It of colts as anv horse in Centiickv He won his first season wentvfour blue ties in as many ihows in the harness and saddle class He has proven himself to be a leader show horses Verdict 1621 a fine stallion owned y Irvine AzMIl and making the sea on of 1006 at VadUon Stock Yards IP dark cheMnur 16 hands high and oming eleht years ld He has PP much natural tyle and action as any- tahijon living absoluelv free from and combines all the quali ties IS to looks breeding style and Verdicts career as a show orse hiss been remarkable winning as two and tnrefly earold in some of tne largest liorpe shows He later secured he blue tie at Lexington and other Another good horse was W R Boggs Lynn RnUt Jr a very handsome black 6 years old 16 hands high and has excellent style and action Lvnn Boyd Jr will make the season at Red House this county For the past two- easons he has been handled by C T anmnels of Danville who pronounces thin RtnlMm to be one of the finest breeders and show horses in the coun ry Lvn lloyd Jra pedigree IP without hemioh his sire being Lynn Hoyd 44 a 3d his dam by Connt Wilkes Tr Ed Allen No 39130 a trotting stal ion with a record of 215 will make the season in the hands of Dave 8 Wil cox Ed Allen IB one of the grandest looking1 Ronfl nf Wilton He is a bay with whdte nointe 16 hands high witb plenty of finnh He is reputed to be one of thn best gated horses ever trained in Lexington He has good Action with pnrityof gait and extreme peed Ato his breeding there ieno better horse Rosroe n beautiful dark Iron gray stallion 16 hands high the property pf J W Hoi will make the season at Speedwell R scoe WM eiredhvChe tar Arthur who was by Qld Peaviae andisRH fine a pecBleIiQfa howeafi one it J pall ateehs wkh Another good horse is Bud Crooke by Harry Wilkes the property of G J White k Son and will make the season near this city- Madison Boyd 1992 a bav horse 153 hands high the property of David Dunn will make the season in this bayfaction o J White Son had on exhibition their fine jack Carl D This animal attracted considerable attention Ozark the fine jack of B F Bog will make the season near Red House Ozark is a blackjack with white points 15j hands high and a very fine animal Auto Line Between Richmond and Lexington Manager Joseph Powers promcter f the new automobile line between Richmond and Lexington arrived in this city Wednesday and made the first regular schedule trip Thursday morning Wednesday afternoon rep resentatives of the Registor Panta graphand Climax tcgether with a number of business men ot Richmond enjoyed n delightful ride in and about the city as guests of Manager Power Speaking of the first trip to Lexington the Leader says The first regular schedule trip on the new automobile line between Lexing ton and Richmond was made Thurs day The car which was in charge ot Manager Joseph Power the promoter- of the enterprise lett Richmond at 741 a m arriving in Lexington at 10 oclock the run being made in two hours and nineteen minutes which is considered remarkably good speed in view of the muddy road made so by the continuos rain which fell during the entire morning Five stops were made enroute to prevent the fright ening of of horses which were met on the road Nine passengers came over on this intial trip among them Col John R Gibson wellknown Richmond thy goods merchant who timed the car for the entire distance With v Walk= Over Shoes For Spring WalkOvers come in shapes to suit all feet stylish uptodate toes easylastsFinest and best Shoes made for the price Try A them 350 and 400 i1 g 3 BANKS favorable weather and good roads it will be no trouble to make the sched uled time of two hours between the two citiesThe car used is a Manhattan built like a regular omnibus and will carry 14 passengers and two tons of freight or baggageMr expressed himself as much pleased over the start made in pllttlnofAprilThe by the new automobile line is the same as that charged by the rail roads between Lexington and Rich mond Si for one way but for the round trip a reduction is made to 185 Attention Udi Fellows Boon Encampment No40 L 0 O F will confer the Koyal Purple degree on about twenty candidates next Thursday night April 5th Those who are expected to be in attendance from other encampments are Grand Cheif Patri arch Browder of Mt Sterling Grand Scribe R G Elliott of Lexington Grand Representative Vim H Cox of Maysville An Excellent Edition of The Hadlsonlan Others have issued trom Madison Female Institute college papers but it remains for the editors and managers of The Madlsonlan of April 1906 to sur pass all former efforts in this direction Miss Catherine Scott 06 is editorin chiel and is ably assisted by the fol lowing contributors to the liteary de partment of this excellent edition Misses Dabney Feland Mary D Pickels Eva Smith Sina Bogle and Anne De Jarnett The literary department of The Madlsonian is tar above the aver age college magazinejmd would be of credit to women of more mature years Our merchants have contributed liher ally to the adverfisirg department a continuance of which will insure for Madison Institute a college magazine in which our citizens will have cause to teel proud Ou May let another issue will appear Look out for a beauty i The Perfect Way Scores of Richmonds Citizens Hue learned It If you suffer from back ache There is only one way to cure it The perfect way is to cure the kid neys kidneysNeglectDoans Kidney Pills are made for the kidneys only John B Singleton of High street Versailles Kysays I have suffered from kidney pains and ir regular and distressing action of the for years There was a se vere achingjahn across the small of my back At times the achingwas constant and often so severe that I could scarcely get around The secretions from the kidneys were of high color scalding and their frequency nightEveror so ago which settled in my back the trouble has been much worse I tried different remedies but with lit tle or no success until I saw Doans Kidney Pills reccommended by people near who had used them I procured a box and took it I was helped at once and continued to take them tinItil I had used three boxes in all goodIwayPlenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Middeltons drug store and ask what reportFor Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Remember the name DoansandItttake no other All thing may come to those who wait FFffiffi 3109 The New and Nobby Things i IEINSPRING H A T S 4 I IK Have you seen them Take a look at our show windows flR- IR then come in and let us show you some more We showffiits MORE NEW AND NOBBY 57F t i STYLES r than any house in Richmond John B Stetsons Hats at rI 3 50 to 5 the Guyer for 3other good brands from 3 j 150 to 250 II K 1 Rice and Arnold 1k The One Price House + 1 iE i H f i LrL I fIT i T i I 9 Ill 7 Fmffi m F E READ Iwhat your neighbor has to say about the JIEU TILT3I50 SHOES Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton GentlemenI have worn a pair of your J E Tilt f350 viol bots for 12 months iThey have given perfect satisfaction I consider it as good a shoe as can bo 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 b ught of you have worn about 14 monthsevery day They are so com fortable ani easy to wear The best I ever had Respt W H Jones Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Gents You ask what 1 think of the J Eo Tilt shoes Well they are the best brand any man can use Theres no other shoo made with less rip and loss tear with more solid comfort and good old hard wear The best leather counters and the best oak solo In fact the best shoes made Upon tho whole my advice to my friends is to always refuse to buy anyother but J E Tilt shoes Very truly T C Vaughn Union City Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Gentlemen The J E Tilt 850 vlci shoos 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 Laokey Hamilton Gentlemen I heartily endorse the J E Tilt shoe as the best feeling and best wearing shoe I ever had A R Flora- Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsI wore a pair of your 360 plain toe oalf shoes for almost a year and I am very hard on shoes I never had a shoe to give me more wearor comfort I think theyare the host I over had I want another pair for myself and a pair for my boy Yours respt Wm Barnes Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton I have been wearing the J E Tilt shoe for several years and for shape wearing qualities and material used in making them they are unsurpassed anti I think the best shoe on the market They have given mo tho best of satisfaction Yours respt H C Rice- Richmond Ky Mossrs Laokey Hamilton DoorSirs1 have been wearing a pair of your J E Tilt cordovan calf shoes sincoJan 1st 1905 and believe them to be the host shoe for wear and comfort I can buyVery rospt V B Benton Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton A pair of your J E Tilt 350 plain toe congress shoes have worn me for ten months every dayand with very little repair will last me several months longer They are the easiest shoe to wear I ever had Toryrespt W H Powers Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton GentlemenI am wearing a pair of your 360 J E Tilt shoes and they give me more satisfaction than any I ever had I would wear no other- Joe Collins Union City Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsI cant speak too highly of the 350 shoes I bought of you They are the best I ever had They wont wear out ffiVery truly p JMRLsk Barnett Mo Messrs Lackey and Hamilton Dear BoysEnclosed find check for 350 for which please send me by express one pair of J E Tilt broad toe plain calf shoes like I bought from you before leaving Ky I know how well these shoes wear and think it cheaper I to pay express extra than to 7 risk buying here My brothers and neighbors want these shoes and if you can make a slight reduction or prepay express I am sure I can sell several pairs Yours very respt ACBerry Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsI cant praise the J E jTilt shoo too highly I hare tested them thoroughly I am a railaoad man and have the hardest kind of of labor I expect to continue wear ing the same kind of shoes Very respt J S Sewoll Waco Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton My dear Sirs No better shoe can be bought than tho J E Tilt I have a pair that have already worn now 15 months and arc good yet I think them the best made and as the saying goes they are as easy as old shoes all the time Very truly yours J H Stivers London Ky Messrs Lackey and Hamilton My dear Sirs Tho 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 Yours truly A L Morgan Moberly Ky Messrs Lackey HamiltonmGentlemenI am now a pair of your valour calf shoes I have worn them already two summers and one winter They are good yet and will last several months They are the most comfortable and best shoo I over had Simeon Turpin Paint Lick Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Gents The 350 shoe I bought ffifrom you two years ago is the best 1 ever wore It has given me complete satisfaction and J consider it the best shoe to buy Respt 1 MattTussey 71 Fox Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsI wore a pair of your 350 Ideal Pat Kid Oxfords all dur ing the summer 1905 most of the time for every day and they are good for another season I never bo up lit as good a shoe trulyIrvine Silver Creek Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton titPatthem for 12 months every day they W did not break and stayed soft I am now wearing the same brand in box calf and cant wear them out I want another pair of Ideal Pat Kid for nice wear 1VeryWilson BrandenburgI Red House Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsYour 350 shoes have given mo more service than any I ever had Veryrespt L C House 71 We could furnish you testimonials from hundreds more pleased customers if necQs1ry but this is enough to show which way the wind bows The J E are made iii seven leathers Cordivan Box Calf VICI Kid ValourC1ioc Viei Russia Calf Ideal Pat Kid On a dozen or more up to datxPiasts snappy and stylish also in broad cap toe plain toe and Congress fbid men Try one pair and you will wear no o her Very respt Jc Lackey and Hamilton Main and First Streets Richmond Ky V 717A 71 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physldan orhospital not yet Bslnc LIquoos will be gladly supplied tor a tat A Word to the Property Owners of Richmond and Madison totmty About Your House Painting and Paper Hanging I take this method to iniorm the pub lic generally that I am still in the house painting paper hanging and decorative business and if yon are going to have anything done in this line during this season will Bay 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 1006 Wan Paper Novelties to show yon 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 1 am Yours Very RespectfullyW Painter and Contractor Shop on Iryine St bet 2nd and 3rd Residence Phone 112 Shop Phone 373 21feb3m Notice To WHOM Tins CONCERNS As the executrix- of the estate of Barney Kelley deceas ed I hereby notify all persons having claims of indebtedness against said estate to file same properly proven or verified on or before the 4th day of June 1906 with me for approbation and settlement All persons indebted to said estate Barney Kelley are requested to call and settle same with me and thereby prevent mutual annoyance- I or my representative may be found at B Kelleys shoestore on Second street in Richmond Ky This 8th of March 1906 Mrs Mary Kelley Executrix of B Kelleys estate 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 linel We will save you money New Carriage Works Newby Ky 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 com plelf our price reasonable Give us a call LoE LaneJe- weler Chesapeake 8l Ohio RAILWAY Schedule irom Winchester Ky in effect February 1 1006 eubjfct to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis and Southwest 1167 a m 918 p mdaily Westbound Local Trains 55 a m 680 p m except Sunder for Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 730 aim 438 p m daily Eastbound Local Trains 6CO m 245 p m exceot Sunday KILLTHE COUCH M41 CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kino I II New Discovery IFORONSUMPTIOH Price SOc 11180 Free TrW and OuickMt Cora for all THBOAT and LUNG XROU3 XM or XOinnr 3AOXL 01 2 Perfection in Pianos at Montenegro Riehms We carry fifteen famous makes in eluding Mason flamlin Hazelton Haines Bros Kingsbury Decker Son Schubert Armstrong Ma shaland Wendell A Piano in the home generates are fining influence and places the son or the daughter in a musical atmosphere which is more elevating than any other influence that Could be brought- to bear It also prepares them to take their place in the very best societySomething new a piano with the Ceciliaa concealed Every taste and every purse finds satisfaction h- erookto Atrc 1tSe eO 146168 West Main 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 guaranteed Golden Flora East Main Street Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space dailySpecialExeurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TLmeThroughSleepers trio Lighted Dining Cars WUENGOINGTOTAXhATRI- FConsult your Local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller PEFFER5 iNERVIGOR CURES NERVOUS DEBILiTY Tho world edmires men who are strong In phnJca1 mental and nerve toreel men of amblUoa energy 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x IN ANY Sold by Perry Thomas To Make the Ho- meWarm a- ndIIappy the new year prosperous and bright BUY COAL from B i rgILZOi a- aTccpoi iQ I i 7Iit Let South Bend and Syra- cusePLOWS Turn the Earth cI E1Doilgius ColSuccessors to Arbuckle Simmons L Carpenters Mechanics Miners and Tinners Tools t ie A ImplementsBuilding Iron Steel Roofing and Repairs Eaves Trough Guttering Tin Plate Ii PoultryNetting j TrimmingsTinware 1V Utensils Grates Firo Goods Household Supplies Wooden Ware Sewing Machines and Supplies Guns Rifles Sporting Goods Ammunition Wood Mantles Cutlery ti SilverwareIMain Street t r I Get Married Now It is not necessary that you wait until you have saved enough money to furnish your Jhome before getting married Show us the J Ihouso and we will make it a home furnishedJParlor to KitchenFurniture tJShades Lace Curtains Rngs etc IfStoves etoIfa small portion of your earnings week or month and the matter is soon settled I Come to see us at one Your credit is good Lunian Higgins Opp Glyndon Phone 474 Richmond Ky Will Save You JO to 20 per cent for Cash tLpv Wall Paper Shopping i Ii Wall Paper 1kickbecause we furnish estimates on hanging well as the paper well because our aststock is abont all in and we are showing prettiest line ever shown here Including the novelties and all at prices that astonish von Give us the pleasure of allting you our line and make you an on your work t There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR 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 hado Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Out b fan is are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY 1412 Wilk Baxter 4Ii I I HighClass WallPapers for 1906 FORE WORD THE POPULAR DEMAND for individuality home decorations has prompted us to illustrate the most modern and uptodate styles in period decorating for the guidance of our patrons who would otherwise be unable to keep in touch with the new treatments now vogue in New York and Chicago There is scarcely a home nowadays where some of the ideas illustrated cannot be used to advantage in at least one or two rooms in connection with the more conventional styles in regular matched combinations of side wall ceiling and border thereby insuring a variety of decorations which will not become monoton ous My new samples contain such a large variety of matched combinations and patterns suitable for special purposes that the customer will neyer be nt a loss for combinations suitable for any purpose Border and paper always same price W P Baxter P M Pope is the right ploce to buy Plows Hoes Rakes Mattocks Axes Steel Ranges Stoves of all kinds Locks Hinges Nails Granite Iron ware Fine Cutlery Fishing Tackle He sells the SknacaStxxk and Poultry Food Try it J 304 main street rc 0 I-J