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THRICHMOND CLIMAXt 2 z r 2 GLUME 32 i 11 RICHMOND MADISON COTINTyf KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1906 NUMBER 46 i Seasonable Specials Bloch GoCarts j the Cart of Quality We have them OpalLinedice saving and easy to clean They are best on the market Special Sale of 3 piece Bed Room Suits at figures way below their actual value We need the space they occupy We are members of the Lexington Merchants Associa tion which is now rebating railroad fares to out of town cus teners t2 I 1C A S H p I k PRICESI kATSTke RACKET STORE Jn f f =From now until offer the following fj articles at the astonishing low prices quoted J Picture Frames 10 15 and 20c j IJardineres and Pedestals 49c S 8 inch Jardineres lOc Curtain Stretcher 6x12 115 rWehave also a complete line of Base Ball JGoods and Fishing Tackle Dont fall to visit our 10 cent counter JTHE RACKET STORE- 1i fe t J J1i 13 1a 1 Of Course You Wantto buy your Dry Goods of a firm which sells only The Very Best Money Can Buy When You Trade with Us you can rely on the fact that we DO NOT SELL SHODDY t GOODS Your Get Good Goods ve 0 the Latest Novelties in this SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS Our HamburgS are unsurpassed ewe your Cash Register Checks They Save You Money White Gibson iie largest and best line of Trimmings and Braids in Town TIiJa Street Richmond Kentucky Oliver Chilled SI1V aw is the time jet your plow ready dont lose a day Itwi11 turn over soil that has never been reached before Come and see us we will tell you all about it O 81S1iuce1foriI Go VIY NAME IS TITI1LJRMAJ On Sausage Row And Buys j FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the 1 gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children In other conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot dayInEmulsion must be taken as nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestionsS- end top free ample Scott Bowne 409415 Pearl Jt Chemists New York SOC and 100 All druggis- tsBROOPSTOTPIY Mrs R P McCord returned Monday from a visit to her daughter in Sharps burgtwerpinilialedmen of America Saturday evening at Red House where their camp wee late ly organized The foreign missionary offering of Brookstotvn churh for this year is twentyseven dollars collected with many members who will yet respond Mr and Mrs Shelby BigeeratafT who recently left this place have bought a store at Elkin Clark county where they will enter the merchandise business Mr James Huguely has the grip much to the regret of his m ny friends who trust he will soon be out again Dr J G rBosley of Richmond was called to this place last week to see M H Wells baby who was sick Mr George Parks and family who who have recently returned from Kan sas visited Mrs Parks sister Mrs Alex Turpln Sunday Last Sunday mornings service at the churchwaawellattended despite the cold and wind Rev J H WlUoii preached the Rermon much to the gMrat home to their friends at Mr West McKlnneya place wisa Phelps is visiting her sister Sire G B Turley near this place Human Blood Marks- A tale of horror was told by marks WWilliamsBac Ky He writes Twenty years thelungsKingsNewDiscovlryIt remained well ever since It cures CoughsSettled LungsEvery anduooV t learn from the society editor of the Lexington Leader that the young men of that city are now wearing rib boned underwear that looks for all the world like that affected by the gentle sex for the past few years The next thing we know this style will appear in Richmond and will be taken up by our bachelor swells For a mild easy action of the bowels a single dose of Doans Reguleto is enough Treatment cures habitual constipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggist for them The Central Passenger Association has made a rate of one fare for the round trip on account of Home com ing Week Louisville June 13 to 17 next This insures the biggest crowd of exKentuckians ever assembled in one place and makes home coming week a success beyond a peradventure 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 Bow els in perfect order Youll agree with her if you try thesA painless purifiers that infnse new life Guar anteed by Stockton Hagan drug gists Price 25c A Unique Shower It has become qnile cnstoinary If 4ive linen showers silver ehowereect to prospective brides an it helps mightily tOilet the young folks nplo housekeeping Up in Illinois they had recently new kind of shower It was called a chicken shower and each guest brought a live chicken Re fresments were served a pleasant eve ping was spent and the bride found her poultry yard abundantly stocked Will Interest Many Every person should know that good health is impossible if the kid KldntyCuredisease in every form and ill buildup and stiengthon these organs so theywill perform their function properly fro danger of Bright KidneyCureSold by R C Stockton i The great popularity of the Schubert Lady Quartette Is not only their grand voices but also because they study to please the people All their encore are either amusing or artistic arrange menta of those sweet old melodies FO dear to all American hearts Hear tht mat the Grand Opera House on April 17 No Quarter The evils which always l1ow after indigestion biliousness or coasts a tion will give no quarter Better light them oa finish with Dr Ca d wells Laxative Syrup Pepsin It a weapon against these disease wht h will give TouqsHk relief jid permanent cure Sol by Perry ThoeiRsat 500 slid tl00 Dwto1 bMk lf1k kfii j Congressman Gilbert Formally reclines RenomJ nation to Congress In a loiter to C M Lewis Rppre sentnhve G G Gilbert of the Eighth Congressional District fo110 ally de cliiu U a renomnatinn to conglws and will retire on March 4th next at the expiration of his present term Ir Gilbert in now serving his fourth term His seven years ill the House have been marked by a high order of ability and he has worked industriously for his constituents Mr Gilberts letter is as follows Hon C 11 Lewis and and others Gentlemen I very greatly appreciate the compliment contained in your resolution in Congress and requesting me to again for the fifth tiiiiP becone a candidate This corn pliment is enhanced bv the fact that your action was unanimous and un solicited by me I have delayed in answering until now not because ol any hesitation I entertained as to what my answer should be but in deference to the wishes of you gentlemen and to the wishes of many oilier friends who 811merequestam to you and to them I must beg to be permitted to adhere to the determination which I mad and frequently announced pievions to my last election that I would not again be a candidate for congress Respect fully G G Gilherl A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good have bten afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for Jears passing gravl or stones with excruciating pain A II fhurnes a well known coal operator of Buffalo 0 I got no relief from medicine until I bepan taking Foloys Kidney Cure then the result was surprising A few doses started tho brirl dust like substance and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like new man It has done me 1000 KidneyCureor bladder disease Sold by It O Stockton Reginald VanderHIt is at the hiadI ofa new baking powder trii tTiuifl the pert para rapher8arA inviltd In Ito flea worst about his rise in the world us your free ad In envelope dress The AUdldae Cluttta lal Guaranteed by B L Midde ton Simple Way to Cure Utanh by Hyomd Without Stomach Dostnf It la the height of folly to dose the stomach wIth medicines cur ennsiil catarrh It caniot be except tile catarrhal worms that ate present in the nose throat and lungs have first ben Direct local treatment by breathing Hyomei the pocket inhaler tuat come with every outfit is necessary to kill the catarrhal germaano prevent their growth and formation Ttie boiitning air of Hyotnei heats smarting raw membrane of the alt plt6a eli in theiiose throat and lungs kills ojf the catarrhal and the hjBituj of the last traces of catarrh Tlie complete Hyouiei outfit ivneieib of a hard rubber inhaler which call be carried in the purse or vest pocket medicine dropper a bottle of H innti and costs only one dollar wniic extra bottles can be obtained for 60 Cent H L Middeltin positively uiiorrn tots a cure when Ilyomoi lit acconiantie with thenirnpie dirt tiinl on the package or he will refund tin money Thin certainly shows thn faith nod belief in the virtue ol tiyoinei The Dog Tax Law Should be Reputed The dug tai law 111 by he recent legislature will nndoniitly be repealtd it the Huhjnined article from the Woodford Sun is circulated among the next selleralnsselllhl Near Winchester Anlinr Sutherland linn n hitch that is two InmlH disowned by their mother T e foster mother shows much allWi ion for her adopted chil dren and the seem to be perfHct Iyditu3 Iwith the condition of affairs Great Activity Is shown without any ilisagre able aftereffects hy Dr Calilwclls laxa tive Syrup Pepsin in going to the seat of your trouble when you are a of Constipation mil usness Headache Indigestion Iizjriie s etc It gently bit firmly drives out the poisons that are canning your 11 ass and braces up all internal organs to do belt proper work Try it Sold by Perry rhomaa at 50o and 00 Money hack if it fails KaIiiiuiiStraitsHere Co Suits Jackets Shirts and =Waists =VISIT THEM We are ready in our garment department for the most critical of our customers Never have the 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 buyf- or I no matter what you want youll find it herefind it in- yoursizeas they are exeedingly graceful and becoming Of course we have a wide and diversified assemblage The Walking Skirts are strikingly tempting loose and flowing and more beautiful than any we have shown The 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 the season of longcoated suits We are never too hurried to show you all you wish to seeto answer all your questions the fact that you come and look and examine and price does vet make it necessary for you to purchase the earlier you will come the better pleased you will be Central Kentuckys Great Department Store l77lfia StrIJUIJU 12 and 14 West Main St Lexington Ky DRAGGINGdow- npains area symptom of the most serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally come irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful ing drains dreadful backache headache nervousness dizziness irri tability tired feeling Inability to loss of appetite color and beauty The cure A 1WINE CARDUI I Womans ReUef that mtrv leui curative extract or natural essence of herbs which exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on all female organs Cardul relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and stimulates the muscles to pull the womb up into place It is a safe and permanent for all female complaints warn us A JJETTER- In strictest mMeace telling all troubles We will send vice plato setled Ad Ladles Advisory Dept Chattanooga Co grnoogaTerm inteuial ti cured killed through ubtoluttly tit and germs rids and is d shepherd stickling latter victim your ever after weaken walk cure uI SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster OrovesMoj and 5eSWere very painful and Irregular Since taking Cardui feel Kite a new woman and do sot suffer as I did 4 Nervous School Children Scho7Boardsof school children suffr from dffcr ent form of nervousness mild or exaggerated Some snowed a tenden cy to melancholy others me tal depression and many the nervous twitchlngs of mild chorea or St Vi tus dance Mat of these troubles on be overcome by proper food suf ficient sleepand Dr CaldwtHs laxitive Syrup Pepsin It is a uni versal childrens medicine because if pond food is Clten it insures that the IlIdlgestlnthrown out It is pleasant to tale and safe and stjn in results Try it Sold by Perry if Thomas at 50c ai d KOO Money back if it lath iVise is the matt who knows himself thoroughly and doant try lo fid out things about hisneihhnrI Of body and mine always result r m a torpid rir which leads to bile poisons l eiii orbed into the blood and poisoning nil the nerves and tis ne This ilrindful State tome ot the symptoms nf which are headache lilt r taste n taco lack of appetite vellnw complexion constipation etc an be quickly cured by taking Dr aid wells lixntivc Syrup Pep in It relieves th trailIIn tor liver rclanes the Ujrliienul bow lr pur ties tilt blood stiungthths the stomaeb a il makes it as clean as a whittle Thf result is prfect health and Ire tom from pain and discomfort Tr it Sold by Iury Thomas at bloc in d flOO Money back if it fails This proposition of Senator Foraker to abolish railway passes is sureto give a big impetus to good roads movement Dr Thomas Electric Oil is the best rnmedyfor that often fatal lIIease roup Has been used with success in mr family for eight years Sirs L AVhitacre Buffalo N Y D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER ANDc REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business SolicitedISatisfaction RTPJIMOND KY 0 do D M OHENADLT t ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery R M MILLER AROKKZTATiiAW RICHMOND KBHTBCKT OMce ntheBurnamBuilding next door to armera Bank feb3ly J A S1ILLJVAN CATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posits Court House on Main Street LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY T J GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Olfic2 over C A Taylors hard ware store opposite Court House Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Hours 810 toll a m 2 to pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice S Arne Ls- EesTele525 lUCHSIONP 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 oooovM Blanton DENTIST tfOKce in Bennett Building Ilanly TELEPHONE 196 CALL AT JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WREN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be foun in the rity are dispensed by upto ate and accommodation lenulne S tatoia Water Kept on Tap ts w S Phone 3 Second St V 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 each garment in our displayin the proper cutting of the cloths in thh perculiarlyadapted style for each age in the superior workmanship r1 Our XTRAGOOD Brand Are the Best for BoysaThe prices we ask are based upon the actnal cost of materials and workmanship If wo charged for appearance and quality our prices would be much stockeof Schloss Bros Co Hand Tailored Suits for men just received Dont fail to see them t when you are looking for the best suit your money can buy The La France Fine Shoes for Ladies are prettier this time than ever before Ladies inspect this line of Fine Shoes they are the best Our goods are all new in every department Our prices the lowest on firstclass merchandise Your patronage earnestly solicited weD OLDHAM CO t REVIVORESTORES VITALITY QWell Madea Man tot MeI 1VOZa R IMgID Yproduces theabove Cur swhencllotsheretaill- Youugmenwlllregatn powert nlly and anlctly their lost manhood and old men will recover their youthful vigor by using BEVTVO It quickly and inrelr restore Nerroui nest Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emissions tost PotrerFalllng Memory Wasting Diseases and all effects ol oelTabnsa or excess and Indiscretion which mats one torstndr bos1Deu ormerriage not only cures by starting at the seat of disease Is a treat nerve tonlo and blood builder brtn ing back the pink glow to pale cheeks and storing the fire of youth It wards off III and Consumption Insist on having HEVIVO other It can be carried In vest pocket By 8100 perptcksge or six tor BOOO with a MTO written trnarnntee to core or the Book and addle tree Address ROYAL ILLMERFor 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 sellOak h ea ct X 10an lshellieo a 13ea t uti 1e all guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company- D R Freeman Mgr Phone 184 Yard Aspen av Forma and City property for salt D W TKIDBLE l Real Estate Act e t WOO F1T I toJcounties and in order to 4 J get it we are paying thetwivery J HighestMarket Pricest I- IIt Viou will make a mistake as well as lose money if t 3 youfsell before getting ourIprices t ii Covington Arnold Bro ctr EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY r ip x OtCOXrOKATBD 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 tho people of this great section of the country IWe solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur AMES E cassadaRStELD II4 b T5EARS WLLWLLr 1 CLOTHING Mens Youths and Boys Suits The most economical to buy because they are better macfeandBt more perfectly than other suits sgI1at PoPularrPricest t q ontheCollatInrFQR SALE BY j fi CLARK f EdentonV Kentucky t7 fi O t F u 4 BEST Fire SaleON EARTH Beattyft GOfMill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax RYIPUBLISH KUKVEKY WEDNESDAY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated- D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and flOO PER YEAR tPRICE ADVASOt rRates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City OmeeS 5 00 For County Offices m 1000 For State and District Offices 15 For Calls per the m Kor Cards per line 10 InIFor all publications In the Interest of dividuals or expression of ual views per lIne 10 Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY APR 11 1906 Announcements FOR COKQBBSS We ire authorized to announce JIIDOK JOHN W 1IUQHBS of Merwr county aa a oaadtdae to represent the Klghth Congres sional District of Kentucky IB Congress to neeeed lion G O Gilbert subject to the lie tlon of tile Democratic party A SPECIAL dispatch from Topeka Kansas last week says Tbo Re publicans of Trego county met yesterday end adopted the most remark able platform on record in Kansas if not in the United Slates The platform is pt bbly the shortest on record It contained just seven words and was as follows Resolved That we let well enough alone J This platform la probably tho most Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of oatarrh that cannot be cured bv Halls Catarrh Cure F J CURSEY Co Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the las 15 JUJI- and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm WALDIXO KIVXAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inIternally acting directly upon the blood and mucuos surfaces of the system Testimonials sent freetPrice 75c per bottle Sold byall DruggistsFstipation Goals For the- Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age trength How is it with I the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way The hndren r nnot possibly hAve jrood health unless the bowel are proper condition Cor reel any constipation by Imall laxative doses Ayert vegetablelugar oated- f I l Jlido by J C Ayer Co Lowell Mall Also manufacturer or 9 HAIR CURlI = remarkablo platform over written When we take into consideration that the republican party is long on promises and short on everything else the platform of Kansas republi can grows more puzzling However if they wished to be brief theyshould have adopted the gambling phrase so much adored by the party and writ ten instead the following Resolved we stand pat THE newspaper men composing the Eigth Distriot Publishers League spent a pleasant and profitable day in Danville Saturday The mooting was one of the best attended and most enthusiastic held since the or ganization last summer Brohers Henry EWoolfolk W Vernon Richardson and Reid Embry made our stay in that city a pleasant one The next meeting of the League will be hold in Shelbyville in Juno PROFANITY is undoubtedly on the decline in this country Big oaths used to be common in nearly all classes of society But now swearing as it is called is out of favor not so much poihaps because it is profanity as because it is considered vulgar There has however certainly been a groat breakdown in the observance of Sunday both as a day of worship and day of rest It has become how very largely a day of play and that multitudes may be able to amuse themselves it is neccessary that tons f thousands of others should work no play house was opened on Sunday evening in the city of L New York Now theatrical perform ances under the thin veil of sacred concerts are given In many of the theatres It is yet to bo seen what will be the economic and moral re suits of this growing departure from Sunday observance Judge John W Huzhes Announce for toapess iiABnopsnuno DEMOCRAT Last Saturday Judge John W Hughes of Harrodsburg made his formal entry into the race for Congress In this district This week his official announcement is made in every one of the twenty newspapers In the district showing that Judgn Hughes is thoroughly In earnestand has gone into the fight to win As stated in The Democrat last week Congressman George G Gilbert of Shelbyville announced his final dAte minatiou to not offer for reelection and thereupon Judge Hughes was deluged with urgent requests to offer IIfor tlw nomination The requests and of support from several counties IIof the district were such that the Judge constrained to not longer delay his positive declaration and once determined he began the contest in his vigorous manner Ilusnal Hughes has been tentatively a e for several months and his close friends have understood that he would enter the race at the proper time John W Hughes has the qualifications the capacity and the tempera ment to make a worthy representative of the Eighth district He has been for twenty years one of the most loyal nml devoted fighting Democrats in the dis trict His means his time and his talents have always been freely given to the partys cause On the stump in the councils and at the polls he has worked faithfully for party victory It is entirely within the bounds of truth to say that Judge Hughes has traveled more miles and made more speeches for the partys nominees than anyone man in the district If loyalty and long service have any call to prefer ment he has earned and deserves pro motionJudge Hughes will make a strong candidate He is a good mixer a prac ticed organizer an old campaigner and a power as a stump speaker His oratory is of that fervid earnest fight ing type that catches the boysandt- he votes When the campaign is well on his opponents will be kept busy and the pace will be one to kill The Judge never does things by halves John W Hughes was born in Jessa mine county fiftyone years ago Mr Hughes has served as Superintendent of County Schools Then he was elected Police Judge of Harrodsburg and after four years oi good service in that capacity was promoted to the bench of the Morcer County Court for two terms Judie JJaufley appointed Judge Hughes master commissioner of the Mercer Circuit Court ard for a dozen vears he filled that position Then he was again elected County Judge which position he now holds During all these years Judge Hughes has been a large landholder and for ten years has been one of the most practical and successful farmers in the county operating until quite recently a 700acre farm He was not an agri culturist or a theoretical farmer but a hardworking conscientious and moneymaking tiller of the soil His strongest characteristics are his plain blunt manhood his devotion to the welfare of the masses his fearless vigor in prosecuting to successful Womans Trials The bitter trail In a womans life Is to be childless Who can tell how hard tho struggle may have been ere she learnt to resign h rself to her lonely 10t1 The ab sence ot this link to bind marital life together the absence of this one pledge to mutual affection Is a common disap couplesbecomedo notdrift ono may read the whole extent of their disappointment In the eyes of such a childless couple when they rest on the children of others To them tho largest family does not seem too numerous In cases of barrenness or child lessness the obstacle to childbearing Is easily removed by the euro of weakness on the part of the woman Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription has been the means of restoring health and fruitfulness to many a barren Woman to the great Joy of the household In other but rare cases tho obstruction to the bearing of children has been found to be of a surgical character but easily removable b operative treatment at the Invalids Howland Sur Institute Buffalo N Y over which Prescriptiontamedren arc desired and are absent an effort should bo made to find out the real cause since It Is generally so easily removed by proper treatment In the various weaknesses displace ments prolapsuslnflammation and debilitating catarrhal drains In all cases of nervousness and debility Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is the most efficient remedy can be used It has to its credit hundreds of thousands of cures more in fact than any other remedy up for sale through druggists- especially for womans use The Ingredi PrescriptionIspositive endorsement from tho leading medical writers on Malerhi Mcdlca of all tho several schools of practice All the ingredients are printed in plain English on tho wrapper enclosing the bottle so that any woman making use of this famous medicine may know exactly what patientscan afford to do as the formula after which the Favorite Prescription is made will bear tho most careful exam- Ination thebestissue that which he deems to be right and his openhearted charity and lib erality This is the man whom Mercer otTers as a candidate to represent the Eighth district in Congress PERSONAL LexingtonThursday Mr Charley Chenault left last week for Texico Now Mexico Mrs Louis P Todd has returned from Ashville North Carolina Mr and Mrs W P of Berea were in the city Saturday Attorney Clarence Miller was down from Irvine last Wednesday Mr Irvine Azbill was in Louisville last Friday und Saturday on business Mrs James Dykes is visiting her daughter Mrs Hanley Nippert in CincinnatiMiss Ballard has returned homo from Dr Popes sanitarium in LouisvilleMrs Oldham of Madison county is visiting Mrs Frank Trev ittSun Sentinel Cot Robt Crowe editor of the Beattyville News spent Sunday with his mother in this city Mr W M Jones has returned from Hot Springs Ark His friends were glad to see him back Mr and Mrs Chenault Willis and children of Nicholasvillc visited in this city last week Mrs Terry Hagan visited her sister Mrs W 11 Porter in Lexington several days lust week Miss Josephine Schmidt visited friends in Winchester anti Lexington several days the past week Mr Everett Green I ft Saturday for Bloomington Illvhre he will 7MODERN GAS LIGHT is the most I reliable- o1 all illuminantsv I sioffices and factories lighted with Wjelsbash Gas Arc Lamps and homes lighted with incandescent gas mantles1iave light in abundance at any hour of the day or night all the time A Gas Arc Lamp will give you 700 Candle Power for 2 cents pe hour We will put these lamps in on trial Satisfaction guaranteed Gas Water Heaters furnish hot water quickly for bath laundry and culinary purposes If you Love your Wife Dont Roast Her BUT BUY HER A OAS RANGEJI Rangesare sold at 200 down and a dollar a month until paid Jot Gas is clieap6 tlianlCoal No dirtj no smoke jho heat A Gas Range settles the cobkprob1iemV r J Vr Richmond K later Light Company r r 4 1 i 4 It= I L7 0 i grL probahlymake his future home ChIef of Police J H Allman is in Hot attending annual meeting of the International Chief association Dr C C Hooker attended the annual Horse Show at Lexington Monday Miss May Ballard hs returned from an extenod visit to New Orleans The freinds of lIon JTevis Cobb are glad to knowthat he Is out after an illness of ten days Mr and Mrs John Allen and little daughter of Carlisle are guests of Mr J W Zaring at Hotel Glyndon Mr J T Ferrill was in Baattyviile last week as a witness in a case against the Western Union Telegraph Co Capt N D Burrus and Mr J S Stappof Nowby are back from French Lick Springs where they spent several days Messrs J D John A Pitzer and Reed Black and J S Miller of Bar boursville attended the burial of Dr L M Black of Knoxvill Tenn here last Saturday Col Crawford Dr Rain and hiss Savage of Knoxville Tenn accompanied the remans of Dr J M Black to this city and attended the interment Satuaday Mrs Harrison Simrall and little daughter Florence of Lexington are the pleasant guests of the formers grandparents Mr and Mrs H B Dillingham and other relatives Charles Bean of Madison county visited 1m mother Mrs Ann E Bean hero the past weekMissPoyntz of Richmond is visiting rel SterlingGazettc Editor A D Miller of the Richmond Climax came to Versailles last Thurs day with Mrs Miller and thelcdugh ter Miss Elizabeth who were on their way to Nashville for a visitWood ford Sun Mr and Mrs J W Zaring have returned from Florida where they spent the winter Mr Zaring has fully recovered from his illness of last fall and aside from being tannedt looks his former self again Mr Allie McAtec one ol the best tobacco men in the State who is hand ling a large purchase of tobacco at Lancaster this season was the LongIMr Frank Leslie Russell of this city has accepted position as gen eral manager for this section with The Choctaw Western Colonization Com panyone of the largest real estate greatSouthwest Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond has been the guest of Mrs Guy Davidson Mr and Mrs Will Anderson i of Kirksville are visiting her sister Mrs Ann Robinson Col Billie Burton attended Richmond court Monday and reports the horse mar ket as briskLancaster Record Miss Nettie Batson left Monday to accept a position with the East Ten nessee Telephone Company at Richmond Ky Miss Batson is one of the most efficient operators in tho State and is a splendid lady Winchester SunSentinel Mrs Thomas Smith and Miss Helen Bennett of Ricnmond are guest of Mrs Christopher D Chenault They came to attend tbe meeting of the Kentucky Chapter Souther i AssocIa- tion of College Women held at Ihe home of Mrs Chas Palmer this after noon Lexington Leader engravedinvitation cityMr and Mrs Emmett Dicks n Invite you to be present- at tho marriage of their daughter Lizzeltu Blantou to Mr Durand Vhippln on Yednedayevening the eighteenth- of April One thousand nine hundred and six at eight oclock Secon Presbyterian Church Paris Kentucky TempleFritfayant evenings spent by the lovers of the terpslchorean urt Under the direction of Prof Mueller who ha A clt1forenjoyhIelions Friday night was witnessed one of the most beautiful of all the former gatherings in Masonic Temple A largo crowd was present including adjoiningtownshas been leading the cotillions was assisted on this occasion by Prof Mueller under whose direction Mr Pickels has become very proficient and is today probably one of the best leaders in the state For this enjoy able evening these gentlemen deserve the credit Saxton and excellent assistance furnished the music which added greatly to the pleasure all Little Love Stories Mr Fayette Wilkerson and Miss Mattie Duncan eloped Sunday to Jellico Tenn and were married in that clt Monday Mr Wilkerson has been em ployed in Cap Irickersons barber shop for the past three months and is a young man of good habits Miss Dun can is a daughter of Mr Jno Duncan and is a very attractive young lady The Council Iransacts tome Important Work wasbeldbeing present except Senator Gates who was called away on business Mayor VooJs gave it brief summary of the work transacted in the interin since the preceding council meeting as follows Senator McOreary had secured the approval of a plan to have the clock on the pOHtoflice lighted at night and the system changen from water power to gravity which will give more accurate time thelastas a suit in Frankfort will determine the matter without cost to the city aboutfifteenbehalf of the City was investigated by lettertromnam saying the city held no stock in atthethe same time donated to the enterpriee teveral thousand dollars to Induce tho stockholders to rebuid the burned structure instead of dividing the in surance money and ceasing business AssessorTrim Deatherage had been notified to take acunsus of the entire requiringsame populationotmond on the same basis of calculation highRepeated on teltphoneexchange thFiremake complaint to the Superintend dent Mr Veatch with better service as a result catJedattenUoototb inconufCJORrQws1In vllios kot Statat 193pfftMrHttar MM MJU that a4eo MUdj JiIt nf ROYAL Baking Powder Mk s Clean Bred With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facilitysweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the cc Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to anyaddresS ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK ney when appealed to admitted this money could be recovered if an eflbi t were made to get it However no action was taken The Mayor an iounced that such violations must cease and certaiu operators of pool rooms have promised to comply Council reinsed to act upon petition of Mr J M Rifle for correction of his 3tax list which lie averted erroneously contained an assessment of several thousand dollars personal property which he had not listed but which the City Board of Supervisors and Assessor had added to life list for 1005 The questiononly be corrected in the manner pointed out by calling tile Supervisors together the only and exclusive way the Statutes provide for correcting an assessment Sec 3534 Council referred to Grievance com mittee the petition of citizens on High street and elsewhere to declare stray chickens a nuisance along with such as dogs cows calves etc all of which greatinconveniencezens who have removed from their front premises Council took no action upon the petition of the Red Men on motion of Mr Maupin for permission to use the streets and alleys of the city for a street fair and carnival which action ot the approvalOnTevis the saloon license of Daniel Mul liris was transferred to W W Tevis The contract of James McCarthy to keep in repair the four watering troughs of the ciiy at 65 per annum was renewed The horse borrowed from the old Y M C A for use of Miss Lucy Lackey in visiting the poor and needy of the city during the wintry weather was ordered returned to the Association officers which was done Friday morn in MayorOn Me Covington the position of Inspector of Weights and Measures was created in accordance with provision of the Statutes to have also the duties of inspector of food products flour oils milk groceries pressinjdemanddone and it will meet with approval The location of the new fire department vas deferred until the next requestfromChairman of the Development Com mittee of the Commercial Club The Idea of Mr Rices committee is that the city should obtain from the Fiscal Court permission to build a city ball and fire department in the rear of the Jail with funds derived from the sale of the present city hall and the old one amounting to 13000 With two thousand out of current revenues with out a special levy a handsome fifteen thousand dollar modern structure onld be erected back of the jail facing First Strwt w The bill for for 000 feet of hose for the fire department was held up pending investigation it being under stood that the price was to be fW rhn Mayor explained that the original allcotton hose had linen changed to half cotton and half rubber on thA Hpproviil of all the members of the Finance Committeo two of whom ere tiietrbers of the Fire Committee uIIlhllS a bUiiicient number to give valHity to the change which had ben made after consultation with Fire Cineis at Paris and Frankfort who prononncel theallcotton has shorter lived heavier when watersoaked easy to rio on tin roofs and requiring ten times as long to dry out as the allrub her hose The latter costs 1 per foot the allcotton 89c quarterlyofficers WELCOME Mr and Mrs Chas F higgins are receiving the congratulations of their many friends over the arrival at their home last Thursday of a bouncing baby boy News has been received here of the birth of a son to Rev and Mrs Nejvton Taylor of ForkrldRe Tenn Rev Taylor is a son of J Gibson Taylor of near this city and has named the infant in honor of his grand parent SILVER CREEK Miss Sal lie Meeks has returned home after a pleasant visit with her cousins Mr and Mrs H C Mayhall Master Charley Tevis is under H B Farri learning telegraphy Mr and Mrs H C Mayhall are spending a few days with Miss Sallie Meeks on a fishing tour Master Paul Karr ot Red House is visltiughis ousinMiss Lucy Urizzard Mr and Mrs RL Adams are visit ing their mother Mrs James Adams Mr R N Mansfield has moved to RichmondMr Mayhall caught fifteen nice newlites last week tug Land Deal A MtSterling special says Maj Gen PhillippinesJof Mt Sterling and J M Pickerell of Winchester Monday purchased the controlling interest in the Eastern Kentucky Land Company This com pany owns about 7000 acres of coal aud timber lands in Morgan Ffarlan Knox and other counties The lands are among the richest in the State The company will at onne begin the development of tho mineral resources of the property The erection of large mills and a railroad is contemplated Ki You Ever Did you ever stop and think what a galoot you are whenever you cuss your town We think not II you did agantItWhenever you say anything mean about the town in which you live you are throwing rocks at close range at your own residence and some ot them are liable to bbunce back and bit you Any fool can throw rocks and cues his town but itis the man who praises his town that iethe wise man anti the otie who h l in establishing the great en hetIies Whatsoever you do th doat CMI the town ia which you UT Ham fBtr yo are pMt and reel aftk We wesd hlnatwift wStH il i6I WACO Mr James Lykins of Frankfor is hereMr D Z Taylor left for Cincinnati Monday to buy his Spring and Summer stock of goods Rev E G Mann of Lexington Pro siding Elder of the Methodist Church was the guest of Mr Dennis Zittiee and tamily Saturday and Sunday The Baptist Sundav School was or ganized last Sunday Mr Jim Corneli son was chosen Superintendent A good crowd was present Miss Florence Lykins has her millinery over C L Searcys store Mr Manuel Taylor left last week for Shelbyville Indiana Waco is to have a Knights Pvthias lodge which will be instituted Thursday Hon April26 C L Searcy attended the burial of his sister Mrs Hurd at Booneville last week Mr and Mrs Burrel Moore are the proud parents of a fine daughter Manager E M Veatch has completed the telephone exchange at this place the central office being over tbe sixtytelephonesger Veatch has been very nice to our people and we all appreciate his of possiblelateFlorence Combs will have charge of the oflico during the day She is a charming young lady and your correspondent feelsthat the patrons will partTooMr Beady Bumstalk who will have charge of the officp at night The people of this entire neighborhood are Searcyforhave the central station located here He is one of our most honored and progressive citizens He is first to take the lead in any movement that will improve and advance our town MISS JULIA H HIGGINS Stenographer and Typewriter Examiner for Madison Co Ky Business and Pupils Solicited Phone 854 Whos Lolttin Overcoat A nice overcoat was left in the circuit clerks ofiice the day of the Oldham fire and is still in my possession Owner can have same by describing coat and paying lor this notice tf RoyC White Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs sold ly Mrs M F Arbiickle Silver Creek Madison Co Ky at S2 per set ting ol 16 eggs Eggs left with Jas Arbiickle this city will be given prompt at ten lien Black Minorca Eggs for Sale I have forsale PUBS from pur blooded Black Minorca chickn These fowls are the greatest egg producers and vnonsotters Two hens in 30 days laid 44 eggs S100 for setting of 15 eggs Also limited number Fishels Strains white Plymouth Rock eggs for sale Chas M Einbry Moberly Ky Phone 444x April 7 1 mo Eggs ror iale Whitmans Brown Leghorn and Franks Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs for sale Leghorn 75 cents per setting of 15 Plymouth Rocks 100 Hatch of seven guaranteed MBS CrAnK RICE Telephone 7 ring 3 K F D No3 mar2l4t Richmond Ky Pirating Foleys Honey and 1Tar originatedHonovremedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Hon ey and many imitations are offered for tho genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse anysubstitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satis faction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for persOnsSold The Oldest The oldest mnle in Kentucky if not in the United States died recently at Bardstown This mule was the property of John Moberly and was foaled in April 1865 She lacked only a few days being 41 years of age at the time of lice death Lovie Zendt Purcell the famous contralto of the Schubert Lady Quar tette has one of the deepest voices ever given to a woman and is the only lady vocalist able to sing an octave below middle C In concert Her voice Is very powerful and yet so melodious that her strongest tone loses none of its sweetness Hear her at the Grand April 17 0IThe CUflauaaergi1fft- hlWneLlVERi wu card with Bdfo in 3 I RHEUMATISM Sold ici Druggists Also at PERRY THOMAS Drue S- toreWOOL Bring or send your Wool to highestmarket desire to purchase all the Wool in Madison hind adjoin ing counties We will pay you30 cents per pounds totJ3rosAI KtQhn r I Iy We take pleasure in announcing to our trade our advance styles in all the latest crea tions in Band Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etc for Waists and Ginghams Postal us for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attentior I Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE RICHMOND KY rWe Are Now t Ready For Business 3- J This is Everybodys SHOE STOREOur business is growing We are trying hard J enough to make it grow The only thing that makes Si goodMaking Jwe get the business J J See our 350 and 4 Shoes and Oxfordsi- n C in Velour Calf also in Cult Ideal Shoes of them Dont A JJJ t Mens Shirts and Neckties ofall Kinds fJf or quality Also a line of Trunks Valises Jand Handbags Underwear JHats for Every Man at Hat Prices t JIJ W Masters J Tribbiec Ky Flowers Blooming Plants == FOR == EASTERALBERTS Send in your order NOW and Ill guarantee you firstclass Flowers at reasonable prices Our Spring Stock of Pianos and OrgansHas The finest stock of Pianos and Organs are now on at our srore com posed of the wonderful Mason Hamlin Hazelton Haines Bros- Schubert Foster Co Armstrong Marshall Wendell and many other famous makes to select from Mason Hamlin Chicago Cottage Cres- centORGANS This stock is now complete and the payment can be arranged to suit the customer and prices they are ROCK BOTTOM Call or writo us for information at once while the line is com plete orttT rO Rm 1tse eO UGU8 West Mam Street Lexington Kentucky da Co Cut and THE LINDEMAN PIANO In the lead for 7O years TIME IS THE TEST OF MERIT Beware of Imitations We believe that the 70 years expert sure and reputation we into our I Piano the care and attention we put into its construction have resulted in one of the most satisfactory Instruments ever put on the market Usa all the latest improvements Every one warranted WHY NOT BUY TIlL BEST when the price is within the reach of anyone wantIng a Piano Send for free Ulna trated catalogue and taU Information LINDEMAN SONS PIANO CO 548550 West 23rd St New York GTIRL Dwill make Ihe 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 Jennet Coltto get up and suck hebyby Prank he by Newt White he bV David ComproulseTlppecanoehe Warrior John Ds 2nd dam by Sir William he by Mogul etc Sir Williams dam was by Cnitllllan out of Jennett by Jim PorterCARL Da 1st dam by Leon II he by Ims Warrior Srd dam by Marengoi Mammoth Also our combined horse PEAVINE VIL KES at 600 to insure a living colt byGpoby Bryon Thoroughbred I origInalon colts until fee is paid Care taken to pre vent accidents but not responsible should any occur GJ White and Son CALL FOR Old Boone Whisky Bottled at Distillery See that seal Is not brokenThixton Mlllett Co Louisville Ky W Ma JONES SON SOLE AGENTS- Main St near L and N Depot Richmond Kentucky I r J Ii IF YOU W AiT SOMETUING BETTER f I r JSiEc I LECTRIC L NiHTS j4 COOL COEIEcr BRILLiANT ELEGAIIT JtTHE LEADING LIGIXr Fox ALL PURPbSES 7 I 1s JIr X 1j XKIiMOD ELZCTJHo r WEX COMPANI fJ 1 r UlL4I rMMeIsohix 48 8 jeainer full leather cutk concorned about its wearing qualities and select several hundred model 232 C F HIGGINS I he Climax u N DSE3DY APR tl 1906 Berea is to Jiave a KnighUi Pvthia Inline which will ha instntutnd Thurs day April 26 Belle Emhry colored died SatnHay frun injuries received bv the explosioi of a rai of coal oil a week nco R mm and board wanted for lAd- a hmalI children Must be firs1 clfi not ovpr 40 per month Write Jndce in Cars of Glyndon Vr W P Mar h of ifrand Mgpr Workman of th Ar if Order of Uniled Workman ill Emond this week looking alte IK interest of thd local lodee Mr H Neff shipped last week to Vsnrg two cars of eggs and poultry Mr Xff informed the Climax tbat or T 0000 worth produce was shipped from thiscity duringthe last eight day s The Fremont Stock Company is her the lime lights at the Gist d ri House this week The perform ns are far above the average of thoFe guij v companies and they are to large F1vv impure a muddy r complexion headaches nauseai- n in Thin blood makes you w ft pile sickly Burdock Blood Blf r makes the blood rich red pure n ips perfect health Iaris Ky is about the only town in state that will get a public bUr at this session of Congress Lsitnii and Winchester both made Efri efforts to get a government bniiliiir but tin ir Rtrenu sity failed to- gc ie cnveted prize ricans like to iaughad this fa is not overlooked by the Schubert SuiiiiKiny Club Several numbers on tiir ir ram as well as all their en mlnllof fun and you will e hyiIv titertained by their program at tv vra Houce on April 17 L A Private tar Struck by height Train ii Lea Louisville Atlantic rvap ear was struck by a freight trait Iliursday at Panola and badly dan ijj President Jas P Amsden Ged Manager Hudson and Superin ti Pats were on boanl and es- eri nn injury The accident wij Mie by a special train going Ont aIl not getting in clear The is were making an inspection of ul II4l were using the car for the L niboiiiM Kv March 30 1003 1IIIr Louis Mo hear oiii IKA teeOIUR your agent v Hir ineilicino In this t Vrtir TeXHs Wonder lit IK man whom H vi c uj ti tie and 1 u h1IO sold f m ihiH place iw itcK e l In hear from vou r ruing the agencv as poon as pos BiMe ED DRAFFEN SyuiHonia Ky A Texas Wonder IliF Binall bottle of the Texas Won HallH Great Discovery cures all py and bladder troubles removes fTIP cures diabetes sQminal emis s weak and lame backs rheuma ls and al irregularities of the ki- df3 arid bladder in both men and w regulates bladder troubles in c PH If not sold by your druggist cut by mail on receipt of r all bottle is two months treat n r iiuil seldom fails to perfect a v IIr Ernest W Hall sole manu r P O box 629 St Louis Mo s wstimnnials Sold by alt 1m aytf Our 13000Phaeton probably contains more real dollar foi dollar value than anything you could select It is fitted with our guaranteed rubber tires of large size natural grain peat trimmings rockers covered with plucnT topwitb 00OurRunaboutsBgoodIfCome from Kentucky Carriage WorksP- hone Richmond Lowrenceburp stock andlenceRI GoId Printing rays Efficient service is we believe much wiser and a more profitable means of securing and holding business than is price cutting Cheap printing is never worth what it costs It brings neither profit to the printer norto tin user Will Tale a Vote TIi citizens of Lincoln county will legivMi an opportunity to vote for a lew 4UOOO courthouse at the Novcm ber fiction the Fiscal Court having ordered that the souse of the people be taken on tnnt proposition HlrtetFilce This Year A hogshead of Bit rlev tobacco raised on the farm of 8 D Clay in Bomb n count near Paris was sold a few days Jiieo for 64 CHUB a pound It was pur chased by Ashby Leer of Hllersbufj inanytobbacco lol Thomas Johnson dead Colonel Thomas Johnson the last ronfederate Congressman died at his homo in Mt Sterling Saturday aged linetythree years He served with distinction in the Southern army and KentuckyGeneral his great age his mental faculties were unimpaired and he took a lively interest in passing events Announces His Candidacy HonA Floyd Bird of Winchester has announced his candidacy for Con resa on the democratic ticket Bird Is a fine lawyer and made himself famous in the prosecution of the Breathitt county feud and murder cases as Commonwealths attorney le is brave fearless and loyal and deserving of the office which he seeks iii the gift of the people- Judge Hughes Announces Hon John V Hughes of Harrods burg has announced himself as a can lidate for the democratic nomination or congress to succeed Hon G G Gilbert from this the Eigtii district Judge Hughes has faithfully served the people of Mercer county in various fficial positions and has the confidence cia large number of admirers through out the district His democracy is questionable At one time he was editor of the Harrodsburg Democrat Aswe go to press Mr WC Bigger stat was believed to he dying from a sudden attack of heart trouble To Invest fit financial Affairs Last week the committee appointed by the Fiscal Court to investigate the financial affairs of Madison county reported to the court that they accepted the commission The committee it imposed of Messrs R R Biirnam W A Lnnefnrd and E T Fitli With the sanction of the Court the above gentlemen employed Mr W H Piy Lee Cashier of Berea Bank to do the cork He will go back eight years trill is to receive for Ills services 750 per day A Fine Variety We have seen the big green cabbage worm feasting on the cabbage in the patch We have pad the cabbage louse ciakli out thro it while e ting slaw We have often seen finger and toe nails in the Dutchmans sonrkraut We have heard of cooks having a harti tussle trying to kill the much dreaded cab biige snake But when it comes to finding pure water white diamonds in the cabbage that is about the limit Here is the latest Miss Bertha Lane of Barbourville while eating supper found diamond in some cabbage The stone was of medium size It is prob able that the diamond had been loosened from its setting and fallen into a crate of cabbage during handling STATEMENT Of The a State Bank Trust Companya- smade to the Secretary of State March 3J J906 RESOURCES Lirnqd Discounts 367304 10 Tust Funds Loaned 3849574 0iTdrafts 0251 67- Di from Banks 70526 34 RH Etate 32177 50 111 in Vault 26779 84 Furniture and Fixtures 4000 00- Lxuense andTaxes Paid v 3001 96 All other Assets I i v n u 1489 58 Total vi 550026 73 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 150000 00 SurplusFund I 11500 00 Undivided Profits 5987 24 328768 68Deposits 9996 91 TrustFunds43773 90 Total 550026 73 I R E TURLEY Cashier of the above named Bank state under oath that the above statement is true to the best ofmy knowledge and belief R E TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me byR E Turley this April 3 1906L P EVANS Notary Public Correct HB HANGER Z J A SULLIVAN Directors JNO R GIBSON J 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 a bank or an individual can and we desire and invite you to do business with us State Bank Trust Company ofRichmond Kcnuwky 7 I t n iTE 1jrIIF1 If every knew all Collars wed sell all the collars sold in are pure linen and far and away the finest for the price t tor Sale Eggs from full blooded sliver Lace Wyandotte Hens One dollar for a setting of 15 eggs Mns P F ADAMS Jr of Phone 308 Fifth street tf Kirn mond Ky Writing a Book It is said that Jim Howard the man who is accused of tiring the shot that killed Governor Goebel lUlU who was put behind the bars at Frakfurt last week to serve a lite sentence is going to write a book MaaisonUn Honoid The many friends of Mr W K Old hiiui better known as Kie a former vladisoii county boy who now resides at Petlut Arkansas will be glad tf snow that he hiss been highly honored liy the people ot his adopted State- MrOliiiamnbeft Madison county early In life and drifted to Arkansas where heiias prospered as a merchant and of planter The high esteem in which he is held by the people is testified by the fact that in the recent election he was elected State Senator by a large major ity Mr Oldham is a brother of Mrs W H Miller and Mrs John Dotyot this city in Most Mavdotu Rheumatic Cures The Climax has had frequent causes to refer to tho truly remtrkable cura live waters of the Mount Jackson Sanitarium Indianopolis Since Mr Robert Boatman was snatched from sctferinK and death within ten days oine three years ago this town has sent no less than torty to that institution and to our know ledge only three have not been absolutely restored The Sanitarium is a rather plain and modest resort for the citizens ot Indianapolis who go out on the street cars for their baths and rub downs and return to their homes und business down town Sufierers who cake rooms are boarded and roomed and treated to a cure for the trifling price of 12 per week less than 2 per day A list of those who have been benefitted from using the baths at Mt Jackson from this city alone would fill quarter of a column in the Climax 411 speak in highest praise of the and its marvelous cures The latest sojourners from this place are Miss Lucy Lackey Mr George D Simmons Judge H C Rice and ex Sheriff John F Wagers all of whom arrived at Mt Jackson in an alinist helpless state of rheumatic pain only to depart without pain or crutches in sile of two or three weeks happysonnd and well Aside from the baths which consist of steaming and massage withwarm uinoial waters are given a iiisa of mineral water pumped rum the bowels of the earth nearly two thousand feet below the surface This water does not taste exactly like ice cream but it cleanses the system in a mild and yet permanent rnannnr winch restores the vitality and strength to the body v From personal knowledge the Climax endorses this great resort for rheumatics and urges them to hie themselves to this haven of happiness for the suffer ing humanity that themselves thither for cures The round trip to is less than twelvedollars Oars from Indianopolis depot to Ml JacksonSanatarium without change No Fireworks In Richmond HerUfter the City Council decided to entorce the ordinance forbidding fire works heeafter on the streets of Rich mond The way this new regulation is regarded in Lexington is thus de scribed bv the Lexington Herald of Be comber 61ast We of Lexington had much to be grateful for yesterday ind not the least was Jart that was not made horrid with the din of firecrackers sky rot ketB Roman candles pistols and tin horns We congratulate the citizens and thank the officiate It was the first quiet Chri tmas we recall JD Lexington we hope and bolieve there will never be any other sort offered The young girl whose eye was blinded last year who was a vicarious sacrifice lawless and savage celebration of Christmas has the sympathy and deserves the gratitude oj all who in the fact that vester day Was quiet To her misfortune is due the change fiora the sort of Christ mas we had last year and the sort we year Her tragedy called the 1attention of the officials to the need for broader ordinances and strictest en forcement of all ordinances forbidding fireworks being discharged in the city This Chiisiwas shows that the officials both miofraliMci that l1ecJd did tfcrfr fHil dstyatd we tkKal ttwwfor 4IiaiI IIii 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 single and double breasted models with a range of sizes so complete and so perfectly adapted to men of every shape and build that it is a positive waste of time andmoney to have clothing made to measure We suggest early buying while assortments are fullest KENTON SUITS 1250 1500 1700800t 2000 2250 2500 OTHER SUITS I 1000 800 700 500 i Barkers Collars man about RichmondOor Brkers brand tAsold 2for25ccAP J J J patients Institution patients Indianopolis Recently both DEAThS Lewis Peyton aged about fifty years Rev died at his home in this city Saturday pneumoniaMrs Overley of Hamilton Ohio died Wednesday night at the home of her brother Mr E E Adams near this city of consumption De ceased had been in poor heath for several months arid las fall came to this county with the hope that the fresh country air would prolong he life Mrs Overley was tliirtypiKht years old antI leaves a husband and Jo one child a daughter ten years old Site was a member of the Christian Church from early childhood Funeral services were conducted by Rev 0 K lit Marshal Friday morning after which her remains were gently laid to rest in the Richmond cemetery- Dr 3M RIck died in Knoxville Tenn last Frldav after an illness of several weeks duration Deceased was thirtyeight years of age anti was a son Mr and Mrs Alex Black of this county Dr Black whose wife preceded him to the silent city of the dead some years ago was a native of Madisonri Countv He left Red House comm ty whpre he practiced his profe8sional about twelve years ago Knoxville where he enjoyed a lucrative business He was pronounced by those in a position to know to be one of the best physicians of theRouth and his death has cat a gloom over the home of his adoption as well 111a among those who knew him in county His remains were brought to this city Saturday and laid to rest In Richmond CemetervThe floral offerings vhi sh were beautiful attested the hlgl esteem in which Dr Black was held Deceased is survived bv his father and mother Mr and Mrs Alex Black this county and five sisters MrsJ8 Miller and Mrs L C Miller of Barboursville Mrs F H Parke Mrs Eneene Todd and M iss Victoria Black 01 ndle Grass this county Auto Line Discontinued p The automobile line between this city and Lexington is now a thing of the past Last Wednesday morning the auto failed to leave for Lexington 9 but made a trip to Korea instead Thursday afternoon Mr Power the ids bills in this cityload el up his plander anti started bark to rexington It is that the Ken tucky river hill at Clays Ferry which is steep and danufirous was tIme great drawback to the now enterprise Mr S L Midkiff Dead Though he had passed through two years of suffeiing with a complication- of diseases and for the past six weeks his death was almost hourly expected- his wonderful constitution staid the final summons until the midnight hour Monday when the soul of Mr a Samuel L Midkiff passed beyond tbe stars Bravely combat tLe rlm Death yet he as all must do succumbed to the ievlta ble Mr MidkifTs life was an openI book tho pages of which it would be well for the youth of this city to ex empllfy Ills character and personality were indeed beautiful and itf may be said of him that he stoodas close to the hearts of the people of Richmond as any m in whose footprints ever marked her soil De was born In Virginia sixty years Ago and come to Richmond in 1880 where he embarked in the car riage business Tho beginning of his business career here was on a small scale yet he gradually forced his way to the front and at his death his husi ness had grown to groat proportions Mr Midkiff leaves a wife was Mrs Sarah Hurley of Stanford and two stepchildren Mr Toornas Hur leyof Lebanon and Mrs Robert Harris of this city No man ever lived who displayed more devotion to his family than Mr Midkiff and those nearest and dearest to him must of necessity morn the greatest bat the cityand county join these devoted ones in bowing their heads in sorrow over the loss of this splendid citizen whosB demise has caused a vacancy in the home where his presence was as the gentle rays of toe morning sunshine and the business world a man of much sagacity The funeral services will be ron ducted by Rev J Addison tnlth at the residence on Third street at ten oclockthls morning thence his burial la the Richmond Cemetery by RIck HHWd I lM Spring HatsEasy topicka 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 garanteed lto5 COVINGTON JJJ CoianderyastOdtlfellows Died Suddenly Joseph Herschnun P utor of M James Catholic Church Passes to ills Final Reward is LaMSunday morning universal ejr row hovered over this city when it be came generally known that Rev Father in Joseph Merschman pastor ol tit James Catholic church this city had been summoned by thb Death Angel and Ion unexpectedly to his lung reward Sunday morning when Mrs Mary 5chantimnsen ma ron at the Catholic nve nt at tile corner of Second Street ind Moberly avenue arose she proceeded with her usual duties It was her custem to call Father Merschmno 6 oclock in the morning bat klow ing tie hall been greatly iudiuposed for several days she decided not to call ot Him until seven At that hour she called him but there was no response She want tn the II tirary where he spent many hours and timuliimg It locked she called for him but still there was no response Heine unable to arouse him she became iturmed and sent lor tier son Mr Shauthnnssnn who soon ar accompanied by Mr M P They proceeded to the library after vainly trying 10 arouse him andwere unsuccessful they procured a step ladder and Mr Shaufhaussen mounted it and peered into the room through time transom He saw father Mercchman lying on the floor He en tered the room through the transom is fonud the good old man lying with Face downward and cold in deaths icy embrace As soon the discovery was made the news was heralded over the iity and universal sorrow prevailed Coroner Bisruerstaff was notified a jury summoned and an inquest held at ten oClock a m The following verdict was rendered We the jury find that the deceased Father Joseph Merschman cams to hi death from fatty degeneration of the heart causing heart failure producing deatli some tune between 730 oclock ui and 700 a m on the night of April 7 1900 L P EVANS Foreman The remains were taken to the churcfi in this city Tuesday morning at oclock and at 10 oclock Requiem High Mass was said by Rev Father Jooney after which the funerel was preached by Rev Father Ryan forimr pastor of the church at this place At two oclock the remains were shipped over the L N to Newport Ky where last final rites will be observed today and then laid to rest in that city Six mouths ago Sunday Father Merschman came to Richmond and took charge of affairs During that brief time no man ever got closer to the hearts of the people than he Be cause of his manly character and true Christian spirit he was greatly beloved by all who knew him His very presence indicated and emphasized the words of 010mon1he path of the just is as bright and shining light that shinelh more awl more unto perfect dav He was a man who trod the path ot the just and took into consideration his relation to time and eternity to God and man the most precious hopes the most solemn obligations and the highest happiness of humankind He was always alert to his duties and when everand in whatever form theypresented themselves he received them quiettI and discharged them in a kind ana gentle manner and with a chant that hopeth all things He was u man highly versed in the science of religion so to speak and recognized that lab w intelligently applied is the sin qua non of success He therefore ororked energetically patiently and persistently until the end always keep lug lu remembrance that God shall bring every secret into judgement with every secret thing whether it be good or whether it be evil He was a man who trusted in God and kept His commandments realizing that this is the whole duty of man tIe will be greatlymissed not only by his conere gation but by all who knew him A Trip to BeattyvHle Through the courtesy of the L A Railroad Company I was enabled to make a trip to the capital ot county BflatjyvIIIe lait week Time L A railroad is Unquestionably the finest scenic route of any railway the country The scenery is jmsui passed for beauty anti even at this season there are many features of ab sorbing interest to attract the attention of the traveler From Richmond t BeattyvHle the scenery is one grand continuous panoramic vlllW Ar riving in Beattyville 230 In the afternoon I was met at the depot by Riibt S Crowe editor ot the Beatty vile News I was shown about town by Sir Robert who is held in high es eenaad has a large s mberoffolboWa 18 that city eyr rar te support c rr 01lIIatmany old acquaintances and made many new ones and hud a most enjoy atle time during my stay Beattyvine a great commercial center Being the county teat ana located on time three forks of the Kentucky river anI havint large deposits of time finest coal the country within the city limits and great timber industries makes bus iiibes brisk at any season of the year Tiiere is strong talk of a bridge being put across tb j Kentucky river at this point and this accomplished it will add fifty per coOt increase to the bnei ness interests of the town as it will naturally open up a large area of undo vttloped territoryanti territory ad jacont thereti In a few weeks work will begin on an iron bridge costing SlOf00 in time center of time town Out the worst dud most notable draw backs to reiuyville which is likewise true of many uther Kentucky towns is time great neglect shown the utreetf During my rtay from Monday till Bat nrdav the weiiiher was very inclement and the mud was galore Being raibud within sight of the Ohio river time Kentucky river always looks good to me There was at the time the best tide in two years and I saw any num her ol log raus besides thousands 01 loose logs hei ig carrIed down by time current This will insure work at nearly all the saw mills along the river for the next several months and will prove a great boon to humanity gen Tally In cosing my remarks there one thing must say in regard to the city of Beattyville There is not an other town of the same size in the State and I may add hundreds twice the size that has as good hotel accomo lation as can be found there The Niuaweb Inn owned and managed by Col Frank A Lyon the well known real estate and insurance agent of Eastern Ken uckj is one of the best hotels in time State The originalcost f this building was 38000 Since his recent purchase of the property Mr Lyon has spent about 2030 in improvements Tho building has been newly painted inside water works gas light and electric ball bells put in ft is complete in every department and the billJr faire is good When in Beattyville stop at the Ninaweb Inn and the lodgement we assure you will always treat you rightF L Po Commissioners Appointed Last week liovrner Beck ham appointed the coniiii8iion of seven members one trom earn Appellate District of tLe State to locate the two State Normal School provided tor by time net of the General Assembly at the recent session Following composing the Commission Ueo Payne Superintendent of the public bciiool of Pad u call Geo BEd wards lawyer Hussellville Basil JJ Richnrdsoh lawyer Glasgow E Mark superintendent of the public school of Louisville B M Arnettbank er Nicuolauvilie JotS Morris form er superintendent of schools ot Coving ton aod former member ot the State Board of Education State Senator M ii Watson of Louisa The Commission will ireet at Frankfort April 12 for the purpose of prepaing an advertise mont for proposals by localities which desire location of one of the schools provided py the new law Several weeks later the Commission will hold another wee ing at which the proposas will be taken up and given due consid eration and the schools located The duties of the commission under the law will then beat an end After the loca trOll of the echools the ooyernor will name a Board of Regents consisting of tour members for each school Rich mond and Bowling Green made excel AssemblyIuill then under consideration noel it is confidently believed that the Commis sion will favor the selection of these places for time school sites Frankfort it is said will probably enter tbe field as a competitor for one ot the schools Whatever may be said in regard to hese schools we feel confident that nu finer locationone that appeals more favorably to the Stateand to which leal value has bosh offered as an appropriation can be found thane Richmond she has offered property valued atl60 000 to the State for Normal School purpwes and we feel confident 11no other town has done so well and we have an abiding faith that when the time comes for the Commissioners to make the selection that Richmond will he crowntd with the honors she justly nmntd Uiorad at Bealtyvillej During the tide in the Kentucky river last week a young man by the name of Combs Jrom Perry county was diowned Tuesday night above Beattyville He was thrown off a raft Ulibody baa et ItK M reredt Coundl fays Graceful Tribnle to Mrs Harrison Mrs A M Harrison the noted Lex ington Club lecturer and worker in civic aflairs of the State delivered special lecture here at the Christian Church last Thursday afternoon to two hundred ladies and gentlemen Her CityItact The speaker is a lady of sweet- personality thoroughly womanly yet possesses of so much zealand energy and capacity as to impress all with the fact that she in all things is the master of her subject and unafraid to tackle the problems that lie nearest to time heart of every patriotic citizen Sue was invited here by the Ladies hub of this city of which Mrs A IL Rnrnam is President Mrs Hugh Mc Clellan entertained Mrs Harrison while in the city At the conclusion of tuft address audience manifested its appreciation with approving hand- claps and a subsequent ovation In the evening at the meeting of the ity Council Mayor Woods submitted tho following resolutions which upon I adoptediioofRtchmondthatitsthanksbeextended to the Womens Civic Club of Richmond for its cooperative aid in building cityinworkingy5our most distinguished consideration and wish it Godspeed in all its benefi cent unselfish patriotic work for a greater Richmond Be it further resolved That the Club is urged to continue file courso of lectures on the relation and obligations of Woman to Her City so happily inaugurated by the eloquent address this afternoon by Mrs A M Harrison of Lexington a most devoted scholarly t righteousnessResolved reso lutions bo forwarded to Mrs Harrison I WalkOver Shoes rFor Spring tsuitfor young fellows and broadeasy lasts for older feet ft ftthem BANKS ttand to the President of the Chub Mrs A R Burnam Orders Examination The Oynthiana Board of Health has orderedall dairymen selling milk in Oynthiana to have their cows examined and furnish a certificate that the cows are froe from tuberculosis The city officials should also mak6 all dairymen furnish a certificate that the barnyard pump is not in working order and their milk is free ffom water Annual Appropriation For Infirmary Comes tip Tomorrow The ladies ol the Pattie A Clay In firmary will go before the Fiscal Court tomorrow and petition that body to make the annual donation of 800 for the support of that worthy Institution Columns could be written in defense of the Infirmary but The Climax feel that the Magistrates composing this court are men of good business judge ment and will make the regular appropriation thus continuing in our midst the most charitable of all institutions KnIghts Templar Elect Officers Richmond Conmandery No 19 at its regular meeting Tuesday night elected the following officers for the ensuing year Eminent Commander J Talbott Jackson Generalissimo L MScott Capt General J J Green leaf Prelate 1mY Hamilton Re corder J A Higgins Treasurer R R Burnam Senior Warden D B Shackelford j Junior Warden Z T Rice Standard Bearer A M Davidson word Bearer N C Bonny Warden J M Terrill j Sentinel E D Bal lard The Perfect Way Scores of Richmonds Qtlzens Have learned It If you suffer from back ache There is only one way to cure it The perfect way is to cure the kidneys A bad back means sick kidneys Neglect it urinary troubles follow Doans Kidney Pills are made for tho onlyJohn of High street Versailles Ky says I havo suffered from kidney pains and ir regular and distressing action of the kidneys for years There was a severe aching pain 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 greatly my rest at night Ever since I took a hard chit a year or so ago which settled in my back the trouble has been much worse I tried different remedies but with lit tic 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 a once and continued to take them until I had used three boxes in all They did me a wonderful lot of good I felt bette and stronger in every way r Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mlddeltons drugstore and ask what reportFor Price 60 cents FosterMilburn Co Remember the name Doansand take no other- WANTEDAll kinds sowing Mrs E A King phone 178 fifth street tf L I F7I IFf 717 1 The New and Nobby Things I N ffi SPRING HATSHave you seen them Take a look at our show windows m then come in and let us show you some more We show ffi MORE NEW AND NOBBY N STYLES I than any house in Richmond John B Stetsons Hats at m 3 350 to 5 the Guyer for 3other good brands from LI J50to 250 i15 ReI+ The One Price House + i1 J Ml the kinds too for more or less Surreys Runabouts If it goes out of our you Ifldto be concerned about its wearing qualities Come and select from hundred model 232 C F HIGGINS I he Climax N DEDY APR 11 1906I Esrea is to Jiave a Knights Pvthis lollop which will ba inslututed ThurfI day April 26 Bele Embrv colored died SatnHar from injuries recolvfid bv the explosioi of a rait of coal oil a week nco Rmmarul board wanted for lnd I IIr 11 mall children M list be firs c1 it nvpp 40 pr month W te Judge in care of Glyndon Vtr W P Mar h of Ltwrenceburr jVv iianll Moppr Workman of tin Ar Order of United Workman io in Rmond this week looking afte th of the local lodee Mr J H Neff shipped last week to Pi511 c two cars of eggs and poultry Mr Nlf informed the Climax that 1ovr 0000 worth produce was shipped lrn hisclty duringthelast eight day 9 The Fremont Stock Company the lime lights at the Ore d era House this week The perform a are far above the avera2e of those ly stock companies and they are to large jIIPIV impure makesamuddy 4 pi complexion headaches nausea f inn Thin blood makes you vu pale Burdock Bi makes the blood rich red pure VPS perfect health laris Ky is about the only townI LPSI Jlon and Winchester both madE J tfforts to get n government bil n but thlir strenu sity failed to r roveted prize f iuericans like to laugh ajd this I fa is not overlooked by the Schubert ny Club numbers on 1tiir program as well as all their en are lull of fun and vou huilv ntertained by their program at iMra House on April 17 L t A Private Ur Struck by height Train MI lea Louisville Atlantic prvip ear was struck by a freight tra llnirsday at and badly dild President Jas P Amsden lie a Manager Hudson and Superin k Pates were on bonrd and es- teriotH injury The accident btl by a special train going on as mill not getting in clear The were making an inspection of ul ami were the car for the iiifOiilH Kv March 30 1903- HuM r Louis Mo Dear ni i ikeTIIIIIpYflur agent v mr intnlitrinu in this Yiiir Texas Wonder lifV 11 one nmn whom tftvjn n to die and- o ar tntuliriiie sold e nr of thin place i IIVHM to hear train vou iiingthe agencv as soon as pOSe e ie ED DRAFFEN Symsonia Ky A Texas Wonder IF small bottle of the Texas Won Hallh Great Discovery cures all k q and bladder troubles removes ni cnres diabetes seminal emis r s weak and lame backs rhenma t dal irregularities of the kid r 3 and bladder in both men and W regulates bladder troubles in r pn If not sold by your druggist split by mail on receipt of tpall bottle is two treat ami seldom fails to perfect a ir Ernest W Hall sole manu r P O box 629 St Louis Mo r qrimnnlalR Sold by all a Sm aytf OurI Phaeton probably contains more real dollar for dollar value than anything you could select It is fitted with our guaranteed rubber tires of large size natural grain seat trimmings rockers covered with patent leather full leather topwith Weve 00Ourother I vehiItrepository dont several especially Kentucky Carriage WorksP- hone Richmond sntrest fbet andlenceRII sickly Blood pnbJicIItTHIR Several wllle Panola using months 13000 4 Good Frlatlag P yj Efficient service is we believe much wiser and a more profilaMo means of securing soil holding business than is price cutting Cheap printing is never worth what it costs It brings neither profit to the printer norto List user Will Tale a Vote Tli citizens of Lincoln county will- Ie Ilven an opportunity to vote for a low J4UOOO courthouso at the November elHctlon the Fiscal Court having ordered that tie SAIIBO of the people betaken on tnnt proposition Hlcbejt nice This Year A hogshead of Bu rlev tobacco raised on the farm of S G Clay in Bonrb u count near Paris was sold a few days olncc for 51 CHUM a pound It was pur chased by Ashby Leer of Millershug lennytobbacco tol Thomas Johnson dead Colonel Thomas Johnson the last Confederate Congressman died at his homo in Mt Sterling Saturday aged ninetythree years He served withe distinction in the Southern army and KentuckyGeneral hislreat age his mental faculties were unimpaired and he took a lively in terest in passing events Announces lila Candidacy Hon A Floyd Bird of Winchester has announced his candidacy for Con gresa on the democratic ticket Bird is a fine lawyer and made himself famous in the prosecution of the Breathitt county feud and murder cases as Commonwealths attorney He is brave fearless and loyal and deserving of the office which he seeks in the gift of the people Judge Hughes Announces Hon John W Hughes of Harrods burg has announced himself as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress to succeed Hon U U Gilbert from this the Eigth district Judge Hughes has faithfully served the people of Mercer county in various official positions and has the confidence ofa large number of admirers throughout the district His democracy is unquestionable Atone time he was editor of the Harrodsburc Democrat Aswe go to press Mr WC Bigger stafi was believed to be dying from a sudden attack of heart trouble To Inmtlgat flnacdal Affairs Last week the committee appointed by t he Fiscal Court to investigate the financial a fairs of Madison county re ported to the court that they accepted the iommiH ioit The committee it comoelif Messrs U R Burnam W A UuiBinrd and E T Fihh With the sanction of the Court the above gentlemen employed Sir W H P y er Cashier of Berea Batik to do the work He will go back eight years and is to receive for his services 750 per day A Fine Variety We have seen the big green cabbage- Worm feasting on the cabbage in the patch We have had the cabbage louse cickti IIC thro it while ct ting slaY We have often seen finger and toe in the Dutchmans sonrkraut We have heard of cooks havihg a bard tussle trying to kill the much dreaded cab snake Rut when it tImes to finding pure water white diamonds in the cabbage that is about the limit Here is the latest Miss Bertha Lane of Barbourville while eating supper found diamond in some cabbage The stone was of medium size It is prob able that the diamond had been loos ened from its setting and fallen into a crate of cabbage during handling I STATEMENT I Of The IState Bank Trust Company as to the Secretary of State March 31 J906 RESOURCES iTiast4 vrdrafts e 6251 6 r Dl BLflkS7052t3 A SSISCisimVaulbParniture and Fixtu res uu- Lvpnse and Taxes Paid 3001 90 All other Asetei= vtVyvV t 1489 58 T 73or LrABILITIES 150000 00 gTndividedDue to Banks999B 91 90 Trust Funds Total 55002673 I R E TURLEY Cashier of the above named Bank state under oath that the above statement is true to the best ofmy knowledge and belief R E TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by R E Turley this April 31 1906 L P EVANS NotaryPublic Correct I v c HB HANGER J A SULLIVAN Directors JNO RGIBSON J 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 busi We are authorized by law to serve you in any capacity th a and desire and invite you toa bank or an individual can we 1do business with us c State Bank Trust Cj p ryIRfchnwnd Kentucky I i+ ti qqq tt= II II 1 jf ii T t every man knew all Collars wed the collars sold in brand are pure linen far and away the finest sold for the price 2 Collars JO cents MI J tor Sale Eggs from fait blooded silver Lace Wyandotte Hens Ono dollar for a setting of 15 eggs died MKS P F ADAIS Jr of Phone SOS Fifth street tf Ky Writing a Book It Is said that Jim Howard the men who is accused of tiring the ehot that this killed Governor Goehel ana who was put behind the hare at Frakfort lat life week to serve a IbIs sentence is going to write a book one She Mialsoniin Honored The many friends of Mr W K Old ham better known us Kits a former taclison county boy who now resides her at Pettua Arkansas will be glad tf the snow that he has been highly honored liy the peopln ol his adopted State Mr Oldhain left Madison county early in lila and drifted to Arkansas where he has prospered as a merchant and of planter The high esteem in which hece is held by the people is testified by the- fact that in the recent election he was fleeted State Senator by a large majority Mr Oldham is a brother of Mrs ty W H Miller and Mrs John Doty ol this city in Most Mivelous Rheumatic Cures by The Climax has had frequent causes to refer to the truly remarkable cura tive waters of the Mount Jackson ludianopolis Since Mr Robert Boatman was from schl ring anJ death within ten days ooine three vears ago this town has sent no less than lorty patients to that and to our know ledge only three have not been abso lutely restored The Sanitarium is a rather plain and modest resort for the citizens ol Indianapolis who go out on the street cars for their baths and rub downs and return to their homes andal business down town Suflereis who take rooms are boarded and roomed and treated to a cure for the trifling price of 12 per week less than 2 per day A list of those who have been benefitted from using the baths at Mt Jackson from this city alone would filltl a qnarter of a column in the 411 speak in highest praise of the In stitutton and its marvelous cnres The latest sojourners from this place areMiss Lucy Lackey Mr George Simmons Jndge H C Rice and ex Sheriff John F Wagers all of whom is arrived at Mt Jackson in an nltniet helpless state of rheumatic pain only to without or crutches in sl le of twoorthreeweek8happysonnd and well Aside from thA baths which consist of steaming and massage with warm uineial waters patients are given a nise of mineral water pumped rom the bowels of the earth nearly two thousand feet below the surface This water does not taste exactly like ice cream but it cleanses the system in a mild and yot permanent manner which restores the vitality strength to the From personal knowledge the Climax endorses this great resortforrheumatics and urges them to hie themselves to this haven of happiness for the suffer ing humanity that flock themselvesE thither for cures The Indlanopolis is less than twelve dollarsI Oars from Indianopolis depot to Mt Jackson Sanatari urn wIthout change No Fireworks in Richmond Hertafter Recently the City Council decided to enlorce the ordinance forbidding fireworks heeafter on the streets of Rich mond The way this new regulation is regarded in Lexington is thus de scribed bv the Lexington Herald of De comber l6 last We of Lexington had much to bp- gratefl11 for yesterday wd not the least was jar f that was not made horrid with the din of firecrackers sky roc kets Roman candles and tin horns We congratulate the citizens and thank the officials It was the first quiet Chri tmas we recall in Lexington we hope and believe there will never be any other sort offered The young girl whose eye was blinded last year who was a vi carious sacrifice for the lawless and savage celebration of Christmas has the sympathy and deserves the gratitude of all who in the fact that vester day was quiet To her misfortune is due the change horn the sort of Christmas we had last year and the sort we thad this Her tragedy called the of theofficiala to the need for broader ordinances and strictest en forcement of all ordinances forbidding fireworks being discharged in the city This Chiistwaa shows that the officials both reeogalttd that need and did Mr fall datji M we tbmit ths M d4ig i 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 Kentontt 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 and so A perfectly adapted to men of every shape and build that it is a positive waste of time andmoney to have clothing made to measure We suggest early buying while assortments are fullest KENTON SUITS 1250 1500 J7001J800 2000 2250 2500 OTHER SUITS v 1000 800 700 500 Barkers Collars 0II about RichmondOur Brkers and Il for 25cOther Good Richmond sanitarium institution 4 DEAThS Lewis Peyton aged about fifty years Rev at his home in tliie city Saturday pneumoniaMrs Overley of Hamilton Ohio died Wednewliy night at the home of her brother Mr E E Adams near this city of consumption De censed had been in poor heath for several months and las fall came to county with the hope that the fresh country air would prolong he Mrs Overley was thirtyflight years old and leaves a hiiRband ami child a daughter ten years old was a member of the Christian Church from early childhood Funeral services were conducted by Rev C K at Marshal Friday moruing after which jog remains were gently laid to rest in Richmond cemetery him Dr JU Black died in Knoxville Tenn last Friday after an illness ofhi several weeks duration Deceased was thirtyeight years of age and was a SOlibl Mr and Mrs Alex Black of Dr Black whose wife preceded him to the silent city of the dead some years ago was a native of Madison County He left Red House tillS coon where he practiced his professional about twelve years ago Knoxville where he enjoyed a lucrative business He was pronounced those in a position to know to be one of the best physicians of the oulh and his death has cat a gloom over the home of his adoption as well as among those who knew him in this county His remains were brought to this citv Saturday and laid to rest In Richmond Cemetery The floral offerings whi h were beautiful attested the high esteem in which Dr Black was held Deceased is survived hv his father and mother Mr and Mrs Alex Black this county and five sisters MrsJS Miller and Mrs L C Miller of Barboursville Mrs F H Parke Mrs Eugene Todd l Miss Victoria Black oiBdle Grass this county Auto Line Discontinued p The automobile line between this city and Lexington In now a thing of past Last Wednesday morning auto failed to leave for Lexington 9 but made a trip to Keren instead Thursday afternoon Mr Power the promoterpald his bills in this eityload up and started bark to Lexington It is said that the Ken tucky river hill at Clays Ferry which steep and dangerous was the great drawback to tho new enterprise Mr S L Midkiff Dead Though he had passed through toIJ years of suffering with a complication of diseases and for tho past six weeks his death was almost heurly expected his wonderful constitution staid the final summons until the midnight hour Monday when the soul of Mr Samuel L Midkiff passed beyond the stars Bravely combat the grim Death yet he as all must do succumbed to the Ievita ble Mr MidkifTs life was an openI book the pages of which it would be for the youth of this city to exemplify His character and person alltywere indeed beautiful and it may be of him that he stood as close to the hearts of the people of Richmond as any man whose footprints ever marked her soil Dc was born in Virginia sixty years ago and come to Richmond in 1880 where he embarked in the car riage business The beginning of his business career here was on a small scale yet he gradually forced his wayi to the front and at his death his busi ness had grown to great proportions- Mr Midkiff leaves a wife who was Mrs Sarah Burley of Stanford and two stopchildren Mr Toomas Hur toyof and Mrs Robert Harris of this city No man ever lived who displayed more devotion to his family than Ur Midkiff and those nearest and dearest to him must of necessity morn the greatest but the city and county join these ones in bowing their heads in sorrow over the loss of this splendid citizen whose demise has caused a vacancy in the home where his presence was as the gentle rays of morning sunshine and the business world a man of much sagacity The funeral services will be ron ducted by Rev J Addison Smith at at Le4Vei eFwitiek wa aiear j t 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 COVINGTON barlaIIIn rw Spring gara- nteedlto5 Died Suddenly Joseph Merschman Pastor of M Jana Catholic Church Passes to ills Final Reward is the Ln Sunday morning universal ejr- row hovered over this city when it be l came generally known that Rev Father in lose ill Merechman pastor ol St James Catholic church this city had been summoned bv the Death Angel and gone unexpectedly to his tong reward put Sunday morning when Mrs Mary Schant tmusn marou at the Catholic add Convent at the corner of Second Street atoLl Moberly avenue arose she proceeded with her neual duties It was her custem to cult Father Merschman j 6 oclock in the morning tOt klow will ne hat been greatly illllIpO ell for several days nlie decided not to call ol until seven At that hour she called him hut there no response She w nt to the the where he spent many hours and finding it locked she called for him still there was no response Being and unable to arouse him she became atarmed and sent tor her son Mr Joseun ShKl1lhlu SAn who soot ar rived accompanied by Mr M P They to the libraryl after vainly trying to and were unsuccessful thev procured a stop ladder and Mr Shaufhaussen mounted it and peered into the rcotn for through the transom He saw father Murechman lying on the floor He entered the room thiough toe transom is anti found the good old man lying with face downward and cold in deaths icy embrace As soon the discovery was made the news was heralded over the city and universal sorrow prevailed Coroner Bi nerstall was notified a jury summoned and an inquest held at ten oclock a m The following verdict was rendered We the jury find that the deceased Father Joseph Merschman cams to his if death from fatty degeneration of the heart causing heart failure producing deatli some time between 730 oclock m and 700 a m on the night of April 7 1900 L P EVANS Foreman It The remains were taken to the churufi in this city Tuesday morning at oclock and at 10 ociock Requiem High Mass was said by Rev Father Cooney after which the funerel was preached by Rev Father Ryan former pastor of the church at this place At two oclock the remains were shipped over the L N to Newport Ky where last final rites will be observed today and then laid to rest in that city Six months ago Sunday Father Merschman came to lychmond and took charge of affairs During that time no man ever got closer to hearts of the people titan he Be cause of Ins manly character and true Christian spirit he was greatly beloved all who knew him His very presence indicated nod emphasized this words fSolomoniiie path of the just is as- a bright and shining light that shineth more and more unto perfect clav He was a man who trod the path of the just and took into consideration his IT relation to time and eternity to God and man tim most precious hopes the solemn obligations and the highest happiness of humankind He was always alert to his duties and when everand in wh tever form th presented themselves he received them quietly and discharged them in a kind ana gentle manner and with a chant that hopeth all things He was a man highly versed in the science of religion so to speak and recognized dint labr intellintlyapplied is the sin non of success He worked patiently and persistently until the keep jug in remembrance that God shall bring every secret into judgement with every secret thing whether it be good or whether it be evil He was a man who trusted in God and kept Hit commandments realizing that this is the whole duty of man He will be greatly missed not only by his congre gation but by all who knew him A Trip to Beattyvllle Through the courtesy of the L A Railroad Company I was enabled to mike a trip to capital of Lee county week The L A railroad Is unquestionably the finest scenic route of any railway in the country The scenery is unsur passed for beauty arid even at this season there are many features of absorbing interest to attract the attention of the traveler From Richmond te Beattyvllle the scenery is one grand panoramic view Ar riving in Beattyvilleabout 230 In them afternoon I was met at depot by Rolt S Crowe editor ot the Beatty yule News Iwas shown about town by Sir Jlobert who is held ia high esteem and has a large lumber of folloy MI in thity1eysr may W wpport oqtllatmadeIaLls time during my stay Beattyviiie a great commercial center Being county beat ana located on the three forks of the Kentucky river awl iavitig large of the finest coal the within the city limits busjillacross thq Kentucky river at this point and this accomplished it will fifty per cent increase to the bnei ness interests of the town as it will of naturally open up a large area of unde veloped ternitOryafli territory ad acent therein In a few weeks work begin on an iron bridge costiuj 510WO in thr center of the town Out the worst and nost notable drawbacks to Beattyviiie which is likewise true of many other Kentucky towns is of great neglect shown the streets its During my ftay from Monday till Sat urdav the weather was very inclement the mud was galore Being raised within sight of the Ohio river tile Kentucky river always looks good tome There was at the time the best tide in two years aud I saw any num of ot log rats besides thousands ol to loose logs heiig carried down by the current This will insure work at nearly all the saw mills along the river the next several months and will prove a great boon to humanity gen rally In cosing my reiuarks there one thing must say in regard to the city of Beattyviiie Tnere is not another town of the same size in the State and I may add hundreds twice the size that has as good hotel accomo lation as ran be found there The Ninaweb Inn owned and managed by of Col Frank A Lyon the well known real estate and insurance agent of Eastern Kenucjcj is one of the bet hotels in the State The original cost this building was 38000 Since his recent purchase of the property Mr Lyon has spent abont 2000 in im provements Tim building hiss been newly paintod inside water works gas light and electric ball bells put in is complete in every department and the billif fare is good When in Beattyviiie stop at the Ninaweb Inn and the nun gement we assure you will always treat you rightF L R lommfesloners Appointed Last week liovrner Reck ham appointed the couiusiion of seven members one Irom eaih Appellate District of tte State to locate tile two State Normal School provided tor by the act of the General A t enibly at the recent session Following composing the Commission Ueo Pay tie Superintendent of the public bciioul of Paducah Geo B Edwards lawyer Russellville Basil j Rlchnrdboii lawyer Glasgow E Mark superintendent of the public school of Louisville B H AruettbankJ er Nicbolasvilie JohiLS Morris form superintendent of schools ot Coving ton and former member ot the State Board of Education State Senator M Watson of Louisa The Commission will meet at Frankfort April 12 for the purpose of prepalng an advertiie jnent for proposals by localities which desire location of one of the schoult provided py the new law Several weeks later the Commission will hold another meeiing at which the proposas will be taken up and given due consid eration and the schools located The duties of the commission under the law will then beat an end After the loca non of the schools the Ooyernor will name a Hoard of Regents consisting of tour members for each school Rich mond and Bowling Green made excel- S it prop sit Ion to tho General Assembly ui an elfoit to secure the passage of the oill then under consideration and it is confidently believed tbat the Commission will favor the selection of these places for the school sites Franktort it ia said will probably enter the field us a compeitor for one otthe schools Whatever may be said in regard hem Schools we feel confident that no finer locationone that appeals more favorably to the State and to which leal value has been offered as an appropriation can be found than Richmond she has offered property valued atl50 000 to the State for School purpoues and we feel confident no other town has done well and we have an abiding faitb that when the tlmecomesfor the Commissioners make the selection that Richmond will he erowmd with the honors she so justly menu Uiownrf at Bealtyville During the tide in the Kentucky river last week a young man by the name of Combs Perry cOunty was dtowiied Tuesday nr Beattyviiie Ha watf thrownreeyetC His body Ji tIt 0 JIIIJI LJ rtill ilL Conan Pays Graceful Tribute to Mrs Harrison Mrs A M Harrison the noted Lexington Club lecturer and worker in civic nflalrs of the State delivered a special lecture here at the Christian Church last Thursday afternoon to two hundred ladies and gentlemen Her Oityitact The speaker is a lady of sweet personality thoroughly womanly yet possessea of so much zealand energy and capacity as to impress all with the fact that she In all things is the master her subject and unafraid to tackle the problems that lie nearest to the heart of every patriotic citizen She was invited here by the Ladies Club of this city of which Mrs A R Bnriiam is President Mrs Hugh Mc Clellan entertained Mrs Harrison while in the city At the conclusion th6 address the audience manifested appreciation with approving hand claps and a subsequent ovation In the evening at the meeting of the ity Council Mayor Woods submitted tho following resolutions which upon adoptedBeRichmond that its thanks be extended the Womens Civic Club of Richmond for its cooperative aid in building cityinworkingWPour most distinguished consideration and wish it Godspeed in all its henefi cent unselfish and patriotic work for a greater Richmond Be ic further resolved That the Club is urged to continue rue course of lectures on the relation and obligations Woman to Her City so happily in augurated by the eloquent address this afternoon by Mrs A M Harrison of Lexington a most devoted scholarly righteousnessResolved reso lutions be forwarded to Mrs Harrison y WalkOver Sh s 4 ForSpringIWalkOvers come in shapes to t ftfor ji lasts for older feet tt I IFinestBANKSA AA ai and to the President of the Club Mrs A R Burnam Orders Examination The Oynthiana Board of Health has ordered all dairymen selling milk in Oynthiana to have their cows examined and furnish a certificate that the cows are free from tuberculosis The city officials should also make all dairymen furnish a certificate that the barnyard pump is not in working order and their milk is free ffom water Annual Appropriation For Infirmary Conies up Tomorrow The ladiesol the Pattie A Clay In firmary will go before the Fiscal Court tomorrow and petition that body to make the annual donation of SSOO for the support of that worthy Institution Columns could be written in defense of the Infirmary but The Climax feel that the Magistrates composing this court are men of good business judge ment and will make the regular appropriation thus continuing in our midst the most charitable of all institutions Knights Templar Elect Officers Richmond Commaudery No 19 at its regular meeting Tuesday night elected the following officers for the ensuing year Eminent Commander J Talbott Ta kson Generalissimo L MScott Capt General J J Green leaf Prelate J W Hamilton Re corder J A Higgins Treasurer R R Burnam Senior Warden B Shackelford Junior Warden Z T Rice Standard Bearer A M David onliword Bearer N C Bonny Warden J M Terrill Sentinel E D Bal lard I The Perfect Way Scores of Richmonds Citizens Have learned It If you suffer from back ache There is only one way to cure it Tho perfect way is to cure the kid neysA bad back means sick kidneys Neglect it urinary troubles follow Doans Kidney Pills are made for tho kidneys only John B Singleton of High street Versailles Ky says I have suffered from kidney pains and Irregular and distressing action of the kidneys for years There was a severe aching pain across the small of my back At times the achingwas constant and often so severe that I could scarcely get around The secre tious from the kidneys were of high their frequency greatlytllsturTcd my rest at night Ever since I took a hard cbld a year or so ago which settled in my back the trouble has been much worse I tried different remedies but with lit tIe or no success until I saw Doans Kidney Pills reccommended by people near who had used them I procuredIa box and took it I was helped a once and continued to take them un til I had used three boxes in all JrtThey did me a wonderful lot of good I felt beLt and stronger in every way r Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L MIddeltons drugstore and ask what reportFor Price 60 cents FosterMilburn Co Remember the name Doansand take no other- WANTEDAll kinds sowing Mrs E A King phone 178 fifth street tf It m m 7Imffif 71IIF The New and Nobby Things INi SPRINGHATS + Have you seen them Take a look at our show windows I then come in and let us show you some more We show 11 MORE NEW f AND NOBBY E t X STYLES1 5 than any house in Richmond John B Stetsons Hats at 350 to 5 the Guyer for 3other good brands from +i50to 250 + + p 0- o ffi Rice and Arnold i ly t The One Price HouseI+ tc +++ ++ + k if m7l I J READhat your neighbor has to say about the JIE1 TILT3I50 SHOES TI Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton flontlemonI have worn a pair of your J E Tilt 350 viol shoes for 12 months They have given perfect satisfaction I consider it as good a shoe as can bo bought When these are gone T want another pair Yours Truly W H Park Red House Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Door Sir I takl3pieasuro in saying that the J E Tilt Cordovan shoes bought of you have worn about 14 months everyday They are so com i fortable anl easy to wear The best y I ever had llospt W II Jones Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton GontsYou ask what 1 think of t the J E Tilt shoes Well they are the best brand any man can use r Theres no other shoe made with loss 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 shoos made Upon the whole my advice to my friends is to always refuse to buy any other but J E Tilt shoos Very truly T C Vaughn Union City Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton GentlemenThe 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 0 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- Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsI wore a pair of your 360 plain toe calf shoes for almost a year and I am very hard on shoos I never had a shoe to give me more wear or comfort I think thoy are the bost I ever had I want another pair for myself and a pair for my boy Yours respt Win Barnes Richmond KytiMessrs Lackey Hamilton Ihave been wearing the J E Tilt shoe for several years and for shape wearing qualities and material used in making them they are unsurpassed and I think the best shoe on the mar lot They have given me the best of satisfaction Yours respt II C Rice Richmond Ky Messrs Laokey Hamilton DearSirsl have been wearing a pair of your J E Tilt cordovan calf shoos since Jan 1st 1905 and believe them to be the best shoe for wear and comfort I can buy Veryrospt V B Benton Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton E A plir of your J E Tilt 350cplain toe congress shoes have worn me for ten months every dayand with very little repair will last me several months longer Theyare the easiest shoe to wear I ever had Very respt W 11 Powers s Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilto- nGentlemenI am wearing a pair of your 350 J E Tilt shoes and they give me more satisfaction than any I ever had I would wear no other Joe Collins U Union Messrs Lackey Hamilton7iDear SirsI cant speak too highly of the 350 shoes I bought of you ii They are the best I ever had They wont wear out dVery truly J M Risk JBarnett Mo iMessrs Lackey and Hamilton Dear BoysEnclosed find check for 350 for which please send me by express one pair of J E Tilt ffifromhow well these shoes wear and think it cheaper 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 prepay express I am sure I can sell 75several pairs Yours very respt c A C Berry Richmond Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsI cant pralso the J E Tilt shoe too highly I have tested them thoroughly I am a railaoad man and have the hardest kind of of labor I expect to continue wear 7ing the same kind of shoes Very respt IS SeweR Waco Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton My dear SirsNo better shoe can be bought than the J E Tilt I have a pair that have already worn now 15 months and are 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 JH 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 jable will not leak and wont wear out I wear thorn at a sawmill every day in lumber and it does not seem to hurt them +Yours truly v A L Morgan afJ Moberly Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton GentlemenI am now wearing a pair of your valour calf shoe I have worn them already two summers and one winter They are good and will last several months They7iarc the most comfortable and best shoo I ever had Simeon Turpin Paint Lick Ky MessrsLackey Hamilton SGentsTho 350 shoe I bought from you two years ago is the best 1 ffisatisfactionshoe to buy Respt Matt Tussey 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 al i time for every day and they are C for another season I never bought as7ftgood a shoe trulyIrvine Silver Creek Ky Messrs Hamilton 71 GentsI bought a pair of Tilt 3 50 Pat Kid shoes in 1904 and wore them for 12 months every day they did not break and stayed soft I am now wearingthe same brand in box calf cant wear them out I want another pair of Ideal Pat Kid for nice1 wear 7RVeryWilson Brandenburg Red House Ky Messrs Lackey Hamilton Dear SirsYour 350 shoes have given me more service than any I over had Very respt L C House ffi 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 for old men Try one pair and you will wear no other Very respt 71 Lackey and HamiltonM- ain and First Streets RichrnondfrKy t c7 711ffi I7Iffi7l 71J 7I 7fI7F 7 e 11 Taylor SELLS THE BEST farming Implements IN RICHMOND l can Chilled Plows Dandy Disc Harrows low Corn Planters New Western Culti prs carries a firstclass line of Hardware Cook Stoves and Ranges Roofing and Guttering Specift h h X II Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors I Sallie A Horbers Executor 11fJ against Sallie A Harbers Devisees Dli All persons having claims agains Sallie A Harber will present same tc me properly verified according to law on or before April 27 1906 T H COLLINS M ClIC C Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors Yi B w Cobb PHt against Madeline Mitchell c Dfls All persons baying claiaiR against the estate jot B W Cobb deceased are ereby notified to file verified wl Hi the nHderiedOur beHrrHLZ1ILI jjQ xcc- 1T i i Im V11H Because of Liquozone is a Tale Told Evrwhre In almost every hamletevery neigh borhoodthere are living examples of what Liquozone can do Wherever you are you need not go far to find some one who has been helped it Talk to some oi those cured ones per Imps your own friends are among them Ask if they advise to try Liquozone- Or let us buy a bottle and learn power for yourself If you need help please dont longer dont stay sick Let us show to youas wo have to mil lionswhat Liquozono can do What Liquozone Is The virtues of Xiquorono are derived solely from gases The formula is sent to each user The process of making requires large apparatus and from 8 to 14 days time It is by chemists of the highest class The object is to so fix and combine the gases as to carry in to tothcgermicideContsct of disease germ because germs are of vegetable origin Yet to the body Liquo zone is not only harmless but helpful in the extreme That is its tinction Common germicides are poison when taken internally That is why medicine has been so in a germ disease Liquozone is exhilarating vi talizing yg no disease germ can in it eWe purchased the American rights to Liquozone thousands of tests had It of of I of of tMY 25 ASK FOR aIs has tbe has an life form cir satel lite but nut for numan who have a hard time on ours those know cure Head r ache sons for the jjuaran Pity may pe akin lovo only L K wounds like c ifr L been made with Its power had been proved again and again most germ diseases Then we offered to the first free in every di sease it And over one million dollars have been to announce and fulfill this offer The result is that have been used mostly in tho two years there cured ones scattered to tell what has done But so many others need it this offer is still In late years eel enco scores to germ Old remedies do not apply them We wish to show those ones at our cost what can do Where Applies These are the which Liquo zone has been most employed In these it has earned its widest In all of these we the Andin allno matter how offer user a two months test the risk of a penny Asthma OoflrGoutA- b5CeS5M1ZeflI Gonorrhea Gleet Bronchitis Fever Influenia mood Potion La Bowel Troubles Leucorrbea CoucbsColda Malaria jta Consumption PI Ho Quinsy Contagious Diseases Cancr Catarrh Scrofula Syphilis Dysentery Diarrhea Skin Diseases Dyspepsia Dandru 3 Tuberculosis Erysipelas Tumors Ulcers Slonei Xhroat TronUsf theIthe Ad Il3usiness is like the fragrant breath of spring to see 4out new line Makes you the glad some when the sunshine makes its first appearance Makes buying an thusiastic pleasure rOut line CARPETS and RUGS will inter est you H 9x12 Axtninsters Smiths 2250 9x12 Brussels l6and1S J 9x12 Ingrains Our exclusive line of FQRFITURE will please you W S OLOHAM RICHMOND KY Make it new again Get rid of that Make Over ageRestoreVegetableSicilian Your a1centuryrH Wanted For Our Army ikWanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men be tween the ages of 21 and 35 citizens the United States character and temperate habits who can speak read and write English For information apply to Recruiting Officer Richmond Ky Building Chance to See the World i uAreo SAFL TO USE GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES UaXBTjlcrORED ST DAVIS k CO Detroit Mich Always at Service Regular Dinner Cents t Free Check Room STANDARDIZED For All Live Stock SCADRINGWORM NONIRRITATINC EFFECTIVE INEXPENSIVE L4PARKE FOB su Perry ThomaJ FREE The Home Restaurant and Lunch Counter For Ladies and- Gentlemen Lusby and Dunn J Harry Lnsby Manager Lexington Kentucky J09 N Street OPEN AND NIGHT The moon Inhabited Science proven that moon ntmosqere which makes in some possible that beings enough thiscarth of especially who dont that Electric Bitters Biliousness Malaria Chills and fever Jaundice Djspejsia Dizziness complaintsGcnerat I1goneralThnloandAppelizerf1r especially aged It induces sound sleep Fully DruggistsPrice to boUts a poor relation mesIiifrequentcbangeo1owners Devils Island Torture ofPliesHuckjeitsArnica permanently curejjiue write s plerof RugI4Ky all rJIIaud Surea jaWlei fIIM1t Mpii dis4 it in dif supply bottle required spent 11000000 bottlei Today are countless everywhere Liquozone that published of diseases attacks to Liquozone It diseases in reputation troubles supply first bottlefree dif ficultwe each further without Hay Neural Rheumatism Eczema ieTtn think days summer en so good Oldham Your BOOKLETS Mill DAY TheMost UptoDateRestaurant and Lunch Counterin South Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half of mankind over sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually en largement of prostate gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of as it cor rects irregularities and has cnred mary old men of this disease Mr Rodney Burnett Rock Port Mo writes I suffeied with enlarged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and after g two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure I feel better althoughlamSold by R C Stockton Courage nod caution make a splendid working tean Stops itching instantly Cures piles itchbivesherpeAt any drugstore for Salr andbusinesdoor tQ Government bnMinjr This is propertyillunite2 JtKlj Sdliii LshiedZyI r tl Joti a t Also most fcrmi of the oDowInr Kidney Trouble Liver Troubles Stomach Troubles Womtoi Dlsaucf river Inflammation Qt catarrb Impure or pel- acued blood usually ln Ucat a germ attack la rdebillty Uqnoion acts ai a YlUlii r accom rt 50c Bottle Free- If von need Liquozone and have never tried it please send us coupon We will then an order on a local druggist for a fullsize bottlc andWill pay the druggist ourselves for it This youtoit can do In justice to yourself please it today for you under no obligations whatever Liquozono costs flOe and SI CUT OUT THIS COUPON Till It out and mall If to The Liquozone Company 4SM44 Wabash An Chicago Mydtseassls I ham never tried IJaoozone but It you win supply me aSOc bottle tree I will taltle B D II 3 4aln tall address write plainly Note that this offer appUe to now users only LiquosoaswlU A Word to the Property Owners of Richmond and MadIson County About Your House Painting and Paper Hanging pubihouse painting paper hanging and decorative business and if you are going to have anything done in this lint 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 1900 Wall Paper Nov elties 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 11amLEEDSi Painter and Shop on Iryine St bet 2nd and 3rd Residence Phone 112 Shop Phone 373 21feb3m Notice To WHOM THIS 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 Tune 1906 with me for approbation and settlement All persons indebted to said estate Barney Kelley are requested to call anti settle same with me and thereby prevent mutual annoyance- I or my representative may be found at B Kelleys shoeatore on Second street in Richmond Ky This 8th of March 1906 Mrs Mary Kelley Fxecntrix of H 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 line We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky Not Only at Christmas is our line of goods desirable hilt 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 Jeweler Chesapeake Ohio RAILWAY Schedule from Winchester Ky in effect February 1 1900 subject to change without notice Fir Louisville NashviUcr Memphis and Southwest 1157 am 918 pJ1daily Westbound Local Trains 855 am 630 p m except gondav for Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point and Norfolk 730 a m 438 p m dally East bound Local Trains 6CO r m 245 p moo except Sund- ayKILLrHE5CUCH w CURETHC LUNGS I 1NewFOR CON S N PTION and S 5O MeI eat and Quickeat Cure for XKAOAT and LUNG TOVB a orkoNEY BAoi a e IW IJ Golden Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a iPNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do better work than ever before They have a hrge assortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call and inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaranteed Golden Flora East Main Street t Louisville and- Nashville R R is prepared to quote you rates to Any Pointsell through tickets and check your baggage Secure sleeping space dailySpecialExcurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets on Sale from Time to TimeThrough Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Elec tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAn 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 WM CraEIL Ticket Seller Irfemove Frecliles and Pimples nr vax nave w- miNADINOLA Formerly advertised and sold as Satlnola A few applications will remove tan or youthNADINOLA refunded if it fails to remove freckled pimples liverspots collar dikrations lackheads dhfiguring eruptions etc ic wenty days Leaves the skin soft clear and healthy Endorsed by thousands leadingdruggists Vationnl Toilet Co Paris Tenn uPEFFERS jNERVIGOR RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY tlrei men win tu otPtm In nI apenonalhealthYHenoeadugcMJ Calm HemVital Weik troubleadutoDeIYeaJrlIYr orberedtedesrrsa U 9 A For sale by E C 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is not necessary that you wait until you f have saved enough money to furnish your J- I Jhousef from Parlor to KitchenFurniture CarpetsJStoves Shades Lace Curtains Rugs f etcfGive us a small portion of your earnings or month and the matter is soon Jweek settledJto see us at one Your credit J J Luna piggins Opp Glyndon Phone 474 Richmond Ky Will Save You JO to 20 per cent for Cash r Wall Paper Shopping WallPaper Paints Glass is easy at our store because you dont have to kick to get YJur moneys worth because we have the largest assortment in the city because we furnish estimates on banging 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 von Give us the pleasure of showing yon our line and make you an estimate on your work There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR l t Every housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flour Oui mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Oar bfaais are Elllston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY 412 Wilk Baxter 412 HighClass Wall Papers for I 906 FORE WORD THE POPULAR DEMAND for individualityin home decorations has prompted us to e 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 iu 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 variety of decorations which will not become monotonous My new samples contain such a large varetyof matched combinations and patterns suitable for special purposes that the customer will never be at 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 ofall kinds Locks J Hinges Nails Granite Iron ware Fine Cutlery Fishing Tackle fIe sells the Scnaca Stock and Poultry Food Try it 2fiNfc main street