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Digital page images are linked to the text file. prrul 1W 1iiiImr L w J d = 0 Cf nW = i a II 0 r a r THE RICHMOND CLIMAXI c hc00hL r OLUME 32n RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY1KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1906 NUMBER 49 l i rti WALL PAPER W P BAXTER WALL PAPER l Lace Curtains DRAPERIES AND UPHOLSTERING GOODS Mr in this department is simple refined patterns in French English and Swiss tuYUuns with a preference alwtYs toward hand made goods A great amount of care and judgnient has been exercised in selecting oiir showing of Draperies etc for this season and ve ate now reaping our reward in largely increased stiles SPECIAL We received few days ago one of the hands llPsL Dining Suits that we have ever shown It is of Oak ii irtlit design heavily and intricately hand carved and is iimshed a Cathedral Gray It is a perfect example of V nt rieau supremacy in the art of furniture building r 6rre We Ar Now Ready For Business This is Everybodys 1 S HOE STOREOur business is growing We are trying hard 1 enough to make it The only thing that makes I- J sales is prices ASking for business does no good I Making it pay people to come here thats the way J- t we get the business J See our 350and 4 Shoes and Oxfords C in Velour Calf also in Cult Idral Shoes cverp pair of them Dont Jforget our Womens Shoes at 3 and 3 50 Ihst to be found in town Also a complete line of Lndios1 Oxfords and Ribbon Tiesf J We have some regular beauties new shapes and new styles Mens Shirts and Neckties ofall Kind- slOur JOveralls Work Shirts Dress and Fancy A wi Shirts cannot be surpassed neither in price II or quality Also a line of Trunks Valises JL and Handbags Underwear J j Hats for Every Man at Hat Prices tAll we ask before buying is a look from you and we will do tbcrrest J tw Hoping to see you in our store soon and often we are as ever J tjoW Masters Co J Successors to Jas 1 Trlbtile Main Street Richmond Ky r O 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 SHODDYyGOODS You Get Good Goods v have all the Latest Novelties in this SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS Our Hamburgs are unsurpassed Save your Cash Register Checksl They Save You Money White Gibson The largest and best line of Trimmings and Braids in Town Main Street Richmond Kentucky Oliver Chilled PlOWS I Now is the time Getyour plow ready dont lose a day It will turn over soil that has never bee reached before Come andsee pus we will tell you about it- D B Shuckelford CO MY NAME IS rtWr 1vrA On Sausage Row And Buys J Cot SCOYTS Emulsion is When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion you know what you Want the man knows you ought to have It Dont be surprised thought if you are offered something else Wines cordials extracts etc of cod Kver iJar wfolyoutake on years weve been Increasing the sales of Scotts Emulsion are Why Because It has always been better than any substitute bI for it Send for free sample SCOTT de BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York SOc and S10O All druggIstsnc MISS JULIA H HIGGINS Stenographer and Typewriter of Examiner for Madison Co Ky an Business and Pupils Solicited it Phone 351 For Salt The Di Ilobson residence and business rooms on main street next mo door to Governmont buldUi This is propertyinundersigned Dr H r Samllm Richmond Ky sold Do Not be Imposed Upon originatedhoney remedy and on account of the merit and popularity of Fbleyn Honey and Tar many imitations art offered for the as genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered dessmelive It contains no opiates and is use safest for children and do iootte person andSTOCKTON HAGAN A doctor in Louisvillesays that there ing are eight hundred deaths yearly in the city that toad be prevented with pro per sanitary improvemets The present Try death rate would be satisfactory but for the fact that Bbuie good people die in Louisville do Fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Ilvonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of tire Graysvillo Mo three of mycus tomers were pernaanlly cured of consumption by Dr Kings New Dis fiovery nnd strong to day One was trying to Fell his propertyand move to Arizonia hut after using New Discovery a short time he found it unnecessary to d0so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery as the mostY wonderful medicine in Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Luntr healer Guaranteed by Stockton and Hagan Druggists 50c and 1 Trial bottle free Dont trust to luck until after you have tried all the means within your power Postmaster Robbed G W Eouts Postmaster at River ton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 I hart chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my linger nails turned yel low whoa my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured me have kept ran well for eleven years Sure cure for Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At Stockton Hagan Drugstore 50 cents You cannot make a compliment big enough to suit some people WOOL Bringor send your Wool to us and receive the highest market price for same We desire to purchase all the Wool in Madison and adjoin ing counties We will pay you 30 cents per pounds = Gott BrosRichmond Kentucky Not Only linenof goods desirable but at all times of the year We carry such a beautiful line of Silver Cut Glass Clocks Watches an Jewelry itofattracts all lovers of the beautiful to our store We make a specialty engraving Winch repairing carefully attended to Our stocjcslsconipletejour price reasonable Give us a call LE Lane I TNC c 9 J Poison In Purple warts The colors of flowers and leaves otTer numbers of Interesting problems No one quite knows why the prevailing tint cif early spring flowers ic either white or yellow Yellow inleed says Pearsons Weekly holds Its own to Home extent all through the summon but lhs typical color of summer bloom pink while as the autumn advancea richer crimsons and nil the rich glowiu chrYllantheUluUlIllfseen every shade under the sun anh with many other flowers they seoni able to alter the colors almost they pleane Yet blue rose the black tUlip and the green carnation seem as far off na ever they spite oicotietant efforts to arrive them Nearly three oentnrles ago Dutch gardeners imagined emselvee the verge of inventing a black tulip Tho colors of the blossoms of fruit trees limited to white pink bright scarlet and purple The reason ndone fenow Nor la it clear why nearly all plants Boms have poisonous properties deadly night shade is an instance ill he familiar to all country readers The Richest Man in the World The richest man in the world can have his kdneys replaced nor livewithoutthem So it is important FoleysKitlney disappeardstrengthens and builds up these organs as nothing else will Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky writes have used Foleys Kidney Cure and take great pleamre in stating it cured pirmantly kiilnm disease which certainly would have cost me mylife Stockton Hagan Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs by Mrs M F Arbuckle Silver Creek Madison Co Ky at S2 per setting ol 10 eggs EgiM lest with Jas Arbnukle this city will be given prompt attention Buy men seem to attract idle men surely as tiiidattea mil art flies Deaths from Appendicitis crease in the sonic ratio that the of Dr Kings New Life Pills in creases They sve you from danger bring quick and painless relief Trom constipation and the ills grow out ot it Strength aud vigor always follow their use Guaranteed Stockton ind Ilagau Druggists 25c them Dont trv to induce a man to do that which he doesnt want to do he wont it and will hatti yon h ides Whos Loten Overcoat A nice overcoat was leis in the cir cUlt clerks office the day of tlieOldhaiu and in still in mv possession Otvner urn have same by describing coat and paying lor this notice tf Roy O White Dont long to ha prominent a prominent man is a man tor annoying fouls Warning ou cannot have good health unless YsIiIterotherwise act as irritating poisons and break down the delicate organs of the bodyand cause serious trouble If vou have kidney or bladder troube and do not use Foleys Kidney Cure you wilt have ony yourself to blame for results as it positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases St ckton Hagan s al la cs5 f n Columhi uT m 1htiLCCVfPRiburataierslknf 1 ifmr with lOary LlYElhlll RHEUf1TUH torte with e4tIutlle in 3 E Snit ty ruV4ist5 Also at PERRY THOMAS Drug Store BROOKSTOWN Mr and Mrs Ed Davis have a new heira son who came April 2IMr and Mn Alex Turpin are rejoicing over the arrival of a little girl Miss Mary Tnrpin has been quite sick for some time much to the regret of her many friends 61 H hells ot thin place accom panied his father C1 Wells of Rich mend to Irvine Monday Mr Fllas Baxter went to Winchester Saturday to see Dr Ishmae- lMrJsslluguelywho lies bteti sick some tt mil is bettt Our fatmera haS sowed oats and are busy plowing Special Easter Services at the Church title Sunday m riiiiift Rev J H Wilson conducted toe service Miss Elizabeth Farris ofSharpshure is vistlil her mother MrsBP McCord this week To Jungle With Dynamite Is nr more dangerous than to neglect kidney disorders Foleys Kid ney xure corrects irregularities and has cured many severe cases after other treatment has failed It builds up the worn out tissues and restores health and vigor I was troubled with kidney complaint for about two years writes A H Davis of M t Ster ling Iowa but two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure effected permanent cure Stocton Hagan We desire 0 set up a moral stan dardPresident Roosevelt in his anual message The story is going around that Thorais B Reed shortly before his death sai1 that uothing in Theodore Roosevelt i en ted him so much as his extraotnll enthusiasm over the fact the he iad overed the ten commandments Well it is about time tha somebody Discovered the ten commandments and President Roos evelt has performed a greater service to his country than his preaching of honestyvirtue and square dealing And it is the everlasting credit of the American people that the more the President has preach ed these thing the more popular he has become In our political our business and to a largo extent in our social life there have been evidences that prosperity was making us forgetful of the ten commadments The special form of idolatry which Has ben the worship of the God Sue iess Many of us have been willing to ucritice honor friendshipand housty 10 this deity K has been well there ore that Sjmu one iu hive authority should remind use the tirat commanu meat A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilker of Carolina Wis as did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when it completely cured a running sore on her leg which had tor tured her 23 long years Greatest an tiseptic healer of Piles Wounds and Sores 25o at Stockton aud Hagana drugstore An apology has to be treated carefully to stake a good appearence The night key is no longer the azclu save property of the man of the house The modern marriage licens has a divorce coupon attached KaufmonJtps Co are the Spring Suits Jackets Shirts nod Waists VISIT THEM We are ready in our garment department for the most critical of our customers Never have the Spring Garments been more captivating andbest of all never more pleas antly priced All ready we repeat and were as proud of the display of new thingas you will be of any or every garment you will buy of us and you will buy for no matter what you want youll find it herefind it in jour sizeas they are exeedingly graceful and becoming Of course we have a wide and diversified assemblage The Walking Skirts are strikingly temptingloose and flowing and more beauti ful than any we have ever shown Tne Waists are simply beautiful Eton andPoney Suits are the vogue this year demand ed by fashion authorities Its a kind decree as they are a longcoatedsuitsd all you wish to seeto answer all your questionsthe fact that you come and look and examine and price does not make it necessary for you to purchase the earlier you will come the 1 beof i Central K ntuckys Great Department Store JunnttrlUSeCQ 1 12 i4 WC ih StfLSt jnitol K 0I- i tIIIIiIS Our Spring Stock of Pianosand OrgansHas The finest stock of Pianos and Or gans are now on at our srore composed of the wonderful Mason Hamlin Hazelton Haines Bros- Schubert Foster S Co- Armstrong Marshall S Wendell and many other famous mates to selectfront Mason Hamlin Chicago Cottage Cres- centORGANS This stock is now complete and the payment can be Arranged to suit the customer anti prices they aro ROCK BOTTOM Call or write us for infor mation at once while the line is com plete MOee9ro Bem 1tsc eO 146118 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky Dmmi dDnerS dB C L Scare and Richmond National Bank PlHlntiOa against WHCO M Inlng Manufacturing Company etc Defendant Notice of Sale In Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order ofSale of ofthe Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February T rm thereof In the above style cause the undersigned will on Monday May 7 1906 htwen the hours of 1030 oclock a m and ocl Clt m on the 7th day of Slay being County Court nay In front of the Court House proceed to expose to public sale to tbe highest and best bidder the following described pro pertyvizA Lot or Parcel of Land containing ten acres of fine clav located in Madison county KYOB the Louisville At laiitlcB B about 5 miles from Richmond at Senrcy Station On this land islocuted r brick and tile factory which includes all of the dry houses engine room press room thx Todd house stable etc two kilns boiler and engine one Freese tile and brick mill all the dies and attachments one Bensing automatic tile cutter brick tables two Raymond No 1 press shingle dies brick dies and all the tooi- s111s and paraphernalia connected with the defenda nts rizht title and Interest in and to lease hold Interest in about 185 acres of tine clay land and for a more particular description reference is hereby made to the deed books of the Madison County Clerks office whore said leases are recorded This is an uptodate brick tile and shingle factory in good repair and good running order located on and surrounded by a body of the finest clay in the worM it having been awarded the medal at all the recent expositions and Worlds FairrERstSMale will be made on a credit of t and IS months The purchaser vIi be re quired to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have tee force and effect of a Judgment bear tog legal interot from the day of sale with a Lien reserved upon ssld property unt all the purchase money Is paid T H COLLINS M O M C C KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITHrB KingsI Nsw Disoover 11FOR Here New CI INSUMPTION IUGHS and OlOS 11SOc Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES I or MONEY BACK ZI R CltollrJ 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 i this line We will save yo money New Carriage Works Newby Ky T tldegreeeach garment in our displayin the proper cutting of the cloths in thh perculiarlradapted style for each age in the superior workmanshiprjOur XTRAGOOD Brand Are the Best for Boys The prices we ask are based upon the actnal cost of materials and workmanship If we charged for appearance and quality our prices would he much higher New freshstock i Schloss Bros S Co Hand Tailored Suits for men jut received Dont fail to see them when you are looking for the best suit your money can buy CjThe La France Fine Shoes for Ladies are prettier this time than ever before Lt lies inspect this line of Fine Shoes they are the best dour goods are all new in every Department Our prices the lowest- on firstclass merchandise Your patronage earnestly solicited W 0 OLDHAM CO THE IJ REVIVORESTORES VITALITY 1q Made a Well Man S of Me GaEAT PBEJNOEI 7D1produce theaboro results In 30 days It act OWerfu1l7 and ln1ckl7 Cures when allothers taiL Vounzznenfflllrestla their lost tnanhoodandold- men will recoTer their youthful vigor by Ming KEV1VO It Gnlctlyandsurely restores Nertont DesiLo t Vltalltr Impotency Nightly Emissions Lost Power Falling Memory Wistliut DlieiMt tnd til effects of Bell tha e or excess and tndlscretion which nnnta one for stud bn ines3 or marriage It cot only cures by starting at the seat of disease but leanest nerve tonlo and blood builder bring tIll back the pink glow to pale cheeks andre storing the fire of youth It Wards offlnumitj and Consumption Inset on having BETIVO no other It can be carried In vest pocket By mall 8100 per rackaxe or six for SSOO with posl oarantee to cure or ystaad IdresslagEOYAI4 For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184 gets the best C O A L4 COMPANY in Richmond Whenyou want a load of the best coaL obtain able go to the phone and can for 184 thats the Beatty ville number and we are the peo pIe who sell De Oak eae L Xou cO and Ti3eatty1eall guaranteed to give satis factionand we make promp delivery CoaluCompany D R Freeman Mgr Phone 184 Yard Aspen a UJJ II 5WE u WOOL fi t ttJ We want all the Wool in I adjoiningttotI get it we are paying theJJ very J Highest jI Market Prices VYou will make a mistakesr as well as lose money if you Jsell before getting our prices jf Covington Arnold Bro Main Street rtWanted For Our Army for Army Able bodied unmarried men be IWanted of 21 and 35 citizens of the United States of good character and temperate habits who can speak read and write English For information apply to RecruitingrOfficer Richmond Ky Oldham Building vChanceto See the World WEAstWiILL CLOTHING Mens Youths and Boys Suits The most economical to buy because they are better atepopular Prices None nlineWithout the Labeljon the Jbllar FOR SALE BY J A B CLARK t Edenton KeiituIy- y L j 1 JtiJ p BESTXFire SaleON EARTH Cooke Red Ash Jellicot Beatty ville and New DiamondIED Bl4NTON I GO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PURLIIfl1 EVERY WZDNMDAY BY Th9 Climax Printing Co Incorporated D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements- For Precinct nnd City Offices 5 00 For County Offices lo 00 For Stste and District Offices 15 00 ForCalld per Ice For Cards per line 10 For all publications in the Interest of in dividuals or expression of individ ual views per line iO Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY MAY 2 190C Announcements FOR CONGRESS- We nre authorized to announce JIIDQK JOHN W HUGHES Mercercounty as a candidate to represent the Klghth Congressional District of Kentucky in Congress to succeed Hon G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party FAUiovrn has organized a Com mercial Club We arc glad to know that Faltnnuths citizens are so wide awake and progressive which fact is doubly proven by their selection of Editor J R Williams of the Pendle tonian as President of the Club Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured me JH Walker Snnllltr Ohio Arrested Four Capt Mays accompanied by several deputies took a trip through Leslie Breathittnnd Perry counties last week ami destroyed seven stills Four men were captured and were brought here for their examining trial They were held over to the Richmond court and were taken to the Richmond jail Thursday Beattyville News To The People of Madison County You are earnestly urged to send in at over to the Madison County Home CoininfrCotnmiteethe names and ad dresses ofall your relativesaud friends born in this county or descended from its stock now living in other States to the end that invitations may be prompt ly sent them It W MIILKR Chairman tf C F HICGINS Sec Commissioner Appointed Mr W R Shackelford has been ap pointed by Governor Beckham a commissioner from Madison county or the Home Coming week in Louisville June 13 to 16 Mr Shackelfords many friends are congratulating him over this honor which hasbeen justly bestowed and it goes without saying that Mr Shackelford will discharge all the duo ties of the office with credit to liiinsel and his home county BROOKSTOWF Mrs Amelia Baxter of Lexington is visiting her daughter Mrs Starling McKinney Miss Mayme Thomas of this place left this week for Washington Ind where she will visit Mrs Belue nee Miss Lizzie Baldwin Miss Margarette Baldwin returned Sunday from Washington Ind where she has been for three months Mrs D T Tribble is very ill with consumptionWe that Miss Mary Turpin is out again after some weeks of ill health Judge Lbcnaolt Returns Judge Chenault who recently returned from Indian Territory makes the following statement concerning Rich mend people in Muskogee ttAiiof the Kentucky Colony seem to be pros poring Dr I B Oldhatn has a fine practice and is doing exceedingly well Jot wr Lewis is generaly referred to as a captallet and has made some very advantageous investiments Mr Thos Lackey is also considered a captalist and has made sums splendid invest ments Mr Walker Lewis has one of the largest clothing establishments in the city and isdolng thriving business Mr W M Arbuckle is at the head of a large livery establishment and has the looks of prosperity onhls counten anceDr Fry says he is well pleased and is getting his share of business in his profession June Baxter is at the top as streetcar moterman Wm Burton has a lucrative position with the city All the Kentuckians we met were en joying splendid health and appeared- well pleased with their adoptedresi dence and well they might be for Muskogee is a belIltifnlcity Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Mrs Elizabeth Davis de ceased are requested to file same with the undersigned properly verified as required by law cu or before May 15 1006 or same will be barred aprlS 4t LYMAX PARBISH Admr Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way tonre deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness w caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eust- achIan Tube When this tubs In Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect bearing and when it is en tirely Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and ibis tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be de stroyed fornver nine cases out often are caused by Catarrh which is noth ing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by ca t3CatarrhFJ CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold Drnprsjista ThulTake Hulli 1ttnilrLou 0 i Does Your Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years One frequent cante of bad blood U a ilnRfrtih liver produces contilpmtion roUouous substances are then absorbed the blood Keep the bowels open wllh Ajers rUts 1 Hade IuolJers VlOOJII We hAve no secrets We publish the formulas of all our medicines JOSEPH WALKER FRY Found Hanging in a Tree After an Absence of Four Months Body Badly Decomposed Thursday evenig about 530 oclock a telephone message came from Mob crly this county a small station on the L A railroad about six miles east of this city saying that a man had been found dead hanging in a tree near this place Immediately on receipt of the news Coroner Big gerstaff accompanied by Mr Frank L Russell startel for the scene On reaching Moberly Station some thing of the affair was learned The body was discovered about three oclock that afternoon bya colored woman named Bessie Smith while picking greens In an old pasture Held about four miles east of Moberly on the farm of Mr Sam Jack son After inquiring the wayand drivIngover a dirt road some four miles tbe men came to the home of Mr Jackson where a more detailed account of the unfortunate man was given They reached the home ol Mr Jackson about 715 oclock and that gentleman narrated the case but was unable to indentify the man who was in a terrible state of decom positionMr said that while he and his two sons were out in the field plowing that afternoon Bessie Smith a colored woman and her child whom he had noticed picking greens in his pasture field came running to ward them She seemed very much frightened and in a breath of excitement told them there was a man up in a tree en topof the hill She pointed out the palce which was not far distant and in full view She said that when the man saw her he pulled his coat up over his head and tried to hide his face Because of the frightened condition of the negro woman Mr Jackson became r much interested in her story Thinking the man was possiblycrazy oi tip to some mischief Mr Jackson and his sons quit work and started an investigation They proceeded to the place pointed out by the colored woman About thirty feet below the tree in which the man had secreted himself they found a slouch hat theyalso got a partial view of the man up in the tree As they ap proached the tree a ghastly sight me their gaze and for the first time it dawned upon them that the man was dead Hanging by a leather strap in a small cedar almost hidden from sight was the body of the unfortu nate man A closer examination re vealed the fact that tie body had been there for some time It was badly decomposed and emitted a terrible oJor Mr Jackson notified sever 1 of his neighbors who visited the scene and viewed the the remains and then telephoned to Richmond for the Coroner On hearing Mr Jacksons statement of the case Coroner Biggerstaff ac companied by Mr Jackson Jr started in search of a jury On reach ing the homo of Mr Bruce Adams about a mile distant the facts as JudgeNness of the hourand the disagreeable ness of the duty to be performed in structed tho Coroner to postpone the inquest till morning However the scone was visited about nino oplock accompaniedbydim light of two lanterns a partial examination of the body was made and it was found to be in a terrible state of decomposition After mak- Ing this partial examination the crowd dispersed and the coroner re turned to Richmond and reported the case to the County Judge sbippedtoand Mr Russell accompanied it Theyreached Meadow Brookabout seven oclock and after waiting for some time a wagon arrived and con veyed the coffin over the hill to the scene Arriving on the scene at least fifty people from the surrounding neighborhood had assembled Before the Coroner arrived tho body had been indentifled by Mr Dillard Bciryuian and his son as that ol Joseph Walker Frye the former be ing a brotherinlaw Coroner Bigger Jurytheough examination of the clothing and body made In his coat pocket was found the following indorsemcnt SEITSMBEK 20 1905 Mu OSCAR BROWN DEAR SniThls will introduce to you Joe Fry whom I know to bo a steadyjobwell to try him J II STANIFER JR This was about the only thing found on the person of tho man and after hearing the testimony of Mr Dillard Berryman brotherinlaw of the deceased and other witnesses the jury rendered the following verdict APRIL 27 1906 We the jury find from observation and evidence that the deceased Joseph deathhyhangingW J Foreman According to the statements of Mr Dillard Berryman and his son conpled with other evidence Fry had been hanging about four Mr Berryman said that FryI at his in December a aw days before taking his departure nid tHt lis WM going 80Ilt II Iit f riI r q a job After leaving Mr Betty nan said he supposed Fry had gone Sotlth as he had heard nothing of his whereabouts until apprised of the fact that a man had been found hanging ou the farm of Mr Jackson Being given a description of the man it at once dawned on him that the body sonIwas propli of Madison county but had b ea a wanderer for several years He had a mania for roving over the coun try and for months at times his nearest relatives knew nothing of his whereabouts He was about forty years of age and according to statements he made to Mr Berryman be wasmarried several years ago in Ill inois and has a wife and three children However this is not definitely known Those who knew him say ho was a model young man but of late years had been addicted to the liquor habit Frys father committed suicide several years ago by hanging The body of Fry was in a terrible state of decomposition and it was evident that he had been hanging for an indefinite time After the inquest the body was turned over to relatives and the remains laid to rest beside his father in the cemetery at Speedwell Major Barnams Reminiscences Beginnbgln 1830 Early History of Madison County Charmingly fortrayed for the Readers ot the Climax- REMINISCENCE No3 NOTE April 17th the Climax began a series of historical articles from the facile pen of our distinguished townsman the lion Curtis F Burnam who has promised to supply us with data from his accurate personal diary and uu Impeachable memory concerning the early and later history of Madison county never before published Tint weeks reminiscence dealt with the churches of Richmond from 1830 to date April 21th issue dealt with the schools and colleges Readers should preserve these articles for future reference They have much to do with the ancestral history of the leading families of the community today and with those of others now resldeents of other states but who will shortly attend the HomoComing celebration here in JuneEd great commoner Henry Olay once exclaimed on the floor of Con gress 1 have no commiseration for princes All my sympathies are reserved for the great masses of mankind My admiration for this utterance urges mo to postpone such sketches as may be appropriate to the memories of our lawyers court oilicials physicians mechants statesmen and politicians aud I propose to devote this paper to the mechanics of Richmond who aa citizens have been worthy of honorable mention Seventyfive years ao the business conducted in Richmond though less in volume was of a far more val d char acter than now We then had no bajks no railroads no telegraphic electric lights no theatres and noi even UcAdain roads lint in that day many employments were in full vogue which are now unknown Samuel Iogftil had on the lot where Zarings mill is now situated a large tannery of nearly 100 vats and turned out weekly large rolls of leather On George Brown and Joseph Lees had each a large woolcarding es tablishment On the lot on Maa streel where MJ Tribble now has her hand ljnAIrope OIK the lot on which the ihris than Church now stands the gre it grandfather of W Uodes Shackelford Ksq had a tactory for the manufacture ol nails horseshoes and all this axes hoes spades rakes and ploughs used by the farmers were made by James Long David McChord and others Chairs ot every kind were made bj David Chevis and household furniture of the fittest mahogany walnut cherry and oak were made hv John Lawrence Hugh Goadin end James N Crutcher All the bridles saddles and harness were manufactured by Charles C Porter anti Thomas G Little Hats of wool and furs were made by Thorns W Boyd Hiram Doolin and Jacob and Frederick Miller The last named was the father of that ihlustrionaJudge Saiul F Miller of the Supreme Court of the United States and of our estimable lady citizen Mrs Ann M Wainecott still living in the Silver Creek neigh borhood peopletmade by William Dean Sam Freeman Milbon Ravburn and Col David I Rowland The last named gentleman was long the County Jailer and n prominent and verv influential citizen He was the father of that most intelli SidneyVgrandfatheJtof Missouri and Cabinet Minister uudei President Cleveland At Woodlawn near the town the partnership firm of Bodes Good lot Rodes erected a large factory equippet with costly machinery lor making jeans linseysaud other similar fabrics at a cost of more than f65 000 Thii enterprise proved a disastrous failure At the corner ol Main and Third streets Capt John Sallenger had a large blacksmith shop employing a number of smithies made the bellow roar from daylight till dark In tint business he was by EIish Roberts whose slop was on Irvine street Both Sullenger and Roberts were good citizens Roberts had a pas sion for playing checkers and boosted of his prowess at that vary fascinating game But he was equally prepared at all times for a theological dispute and with any antagonist The tailoring business was conducted by Richard Sampson Dudley Webster Peter M Solomon Smith and at a later date by Jar ma i Gordon whose places oi business were all on First street Between the years 1830 and 183J there was a large exodus from Madison county to Missouri and of those whoso left the town was the family of Mr Sampson who settled on a fine larm in Boone county Their departure was a serious loss to this community Mr Webster later in life kept a hoteland was followed in that avoca tion by his widow Aunt Polly Web stera good woman whom everybody knew and everybody loved Tin Messrs Smith both remained in Ken tucky until their deaths mpectively and were survived by numerous de scendants occupying the highest circles of society Mr Jarmau was an ideal Methodist and a model citizen his partner Uncle Jet Gordon a Chris tian Disciple one of the boat men we ever had and who was followed to the tomb by probably the largest funeral procession ever seen in Richmond and ho deserved it all A tiue Mason he sickLr01 all these persons whose names have been thus recalled I wish to say something more of Joseph Lees liei was in many respects a remarkable man Born and reared to early man hood in England ho never wavered in countryHothought the great law of gravitation could bo overcome and that perpetual motion was possible and pursued these ideas with constant labor He was a great admirer of Henry Clay and hated Andrew Jackson and the whole demo cratic party One of his sons James N Lees went first to New Orleans aud embarked in business with David Heron of Mt Sterling and then went to New York and accumulated what larJefortunepart of the estate he left in founding at Jackson in Breathitt county a graded school and afterwards made tIm Pre yterion College at Danville a handsome legacy of 20000 A daughter ot Mr Lees named for my beloved mother was a superior scholar aud teacher and became the wIfe of GenTheophilns T 3arrcrd W Olay county at the great ago of 92 years after a long and distinguished public service as a State Senator and Brigadier General in the Union army in the wai of the Rebellion All the forms of industry hereinbefore named and others doubtless omitted theIntroductionRrtgfttMt upIl bar built up Ibe eDOThatDr Pierces Favorite Prescription tho only medicine sold through druggiSts for womans weaknesses and peculiar alltnot contain large moolclDheespeclaUI delicate maker of which Is not afraid to take his patients Into his full confidence by printI- ng upon each bottle all the Ingredients entering into tho medicine Ask i If this Is not true Favorite Prescription too Is the only medlcln for women the ingredients of which have tho unqualified endorse ment of tho leading medical writers of the several schools of practice recommend ing them for the cure of diseases for which the Prescription Is advised Write to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y for a free booklet and read the numer ous extracts from standard medical authorities praising the several Ingredients- of which Plorcos medicines aro and dont forget that no other medicines put up for sale through druggists for do mestic use can show any such professional- endorsement This of Itself is of far more weight and Importance than any amount of socalled so conspicuously flaunted before the public In favor of alcoholic compounds Tho Favorite Prescription cures all womans peculiar weaknesses and de- rangements thus the periodical headaches backaches bearingdown dIs- tress tenderness and sensations In lower abdomen accompanied- by weakening and disagreeable catarrhal pelvic drains and kindred symptoms and his staff of specialists may be consulted freo by address- Ing as above All correspondence treated as sacredly confidential By consulting In this way the disagreeable questionings and personal examlnatlous are Tho Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser contains some very interesting and valuable chapters on the diseases peculiar to women It contains over one pares It Is sent post paid on receipt of sufficient In onecent stamps to pay cost of mailing only or 21 cents for a In flexible paper covers or 31 cents for a clothbound copy Addresi Dr RV Pierce as above Dr Pierces Pellets regulate and Invlg orato stomach liver and bowols One a laxative two or three cathartic colossal establishments of the Northern States and the colocsal fortunes of the multlmillionairea of our time In 18L2 Stephen Giiard died in Philadelphia and I can well remember that when estate was inventoried at 000000 the whole country was amazed that any man could accumulate so large a fortune But compared with the wealth of Carnegie of Rockefeller of Morgan of Astor and of Vanderbilt Girard if living would be voted a poor man The utterance of Clay withwhich this paper began is the same in a dil lerent form as tho oft quoted passage of Goldsmith tohiastenlnuillsaprejVb decay maydieA br breathhasBut a bold peasantry their countrys pridelfnneedestroyed can never be supplied Now in this great and splendid Iwerywhereincities share in the onward growth and civilization and magnificence of the dvnucing ages Undoubtedly the op portanities for travel for civic and ed ucatiojal culture tor Rplnmlor of homes and material prosperity in all the de partments of life have since the daye about which I am writing increased a thousand roJ But shall we forget that with them vice extravagance and multiplied crimes keep pace And in the retrosppct of our little city shall we sy we are happier than our forefathers and are our laborers and mechanic worthy 01 morn admiration then those who honored llur town more than a half tigerBut not look mournfully into the past it Minns not buck again Let UB wiselv improve the present that is thefutureheautirutApril 27 1906 PERSONAlt Ileattywillelast Editor T H Piokcls was in Win chester Monday Mrs B L Middleton was Mn Lexington last week Mr Ernest Vinsjhn of ShellbyTille was here last week Mr and Mrs Charles D Miller spent Sunday in Irvine convalescingfrom Miss May Ballard is at home from an extended visit in New Orleaiio Mrs 0T Hanna has returned to Ilarrodsburg after a visit to relatives here Dr and Mrs Smoot have as their guest Mrs B L Powell of Louis rUle Miss Eleanor Chenault is back from a visit to Misn Alcen Watts of Lex ington Mrs J W Caperton visited Mrs Arthur Ycager in Gi orgetown last weekMrs R R Hurnam and Mrs W G FridayInMrs G lady Nippart of Cincin nati is the guest of her parents Mr Mrs J D Dykes Mrs Blend Ballard and children have returned to Danville after a visit to relatives here Mrs S E Lowranco has returned from a delightful two weeks stay at Swango Springs Miss Alleen Watts of Lexington sisteriMrsMr and Mrs P P Adams Jr will move this week to the Methodist Par songo on fifth Street spenttwonati has returned home daughterharemother in JefTcrsonvillc Mr and Mrs J R Williams of Falmouth wore guests last weekof Mr and Mrs R A oolnms Mrs Ed Cornelison has returned from Louisville and report Mr Cor nclison on the road to recovery Mr and Mrs A F Tarnater of Washington D C have taken rooms with Dr Mrs G W Evans Miss Bettie Shearer of White Hall is visitIug her brother Mr D M Shearer at Clay West Virginia ofBeattyrilloHamilton wedding on last Tnursdav night oJFalmouththis city spent Saturday afternoon- In Lexington spentsoeralparents Mr and Mr Stu Hamilton at Wisemantown Estill county Mr and Mrs R G Frank and daughter of Liberty Mo and Mr and Mrs R K Turley ot Richmond will be the guests of Mrs J S C jronaugh next week Mr and Mrs Sam McGinn have taken board with MT and Mrs P F Adams at tho Methodist Parsonage on Fifth Street when they aro at home to their friends Mrs Franklin Reynolds nee Estelle Poyntz of Mt Sterling Is ihe guest of her sister Miss Kathleen Poyntz at- tho Glyndon Hotel Mrs J R Pates will entertain the Broadway Flinch club this morning- at 030 MrS a 8Isan ideal sis and iff 1ft irl atU sro Blfirsyg to respond to her gracious In itation Miss Margaret Blair who for some has been an efficient nurse at the P A Clay Infirmary left last week for Indianapolis whore she will reside Miss Blair made many friends here regret her departure Mrs James Wlnn of Winchester has been the guest of her mother Mrs Robert Miller Mrs Wlnn who possesses a very line Saprano voice sang a at the first Presbyterian last Sundaymornlg Mi ss Sue Scrivner of this City has been elected to a position in the faculty of the Winchester City School byunanimous vote of the School Board This is quite a deseved honor to Miss Scrivner who since graduat- Ing from Caldwell High School has taught many schools in this county and always with the greatest satisfaction on the part of both trustees and patrons Her many friends here congratulate her upon her good for tune Active steps are being taken by the members of the Alumnae of Madison Institute to reorganize on a solid foundiatin the Alumnae Association and in view of this fact a meeting was held yesterday afternoon at the Institute It is the desire and inten tion to give anAlumnae banquet dur ing Commencement week This old school has graduates living all over the United States and the gathering of her daughters once a year will make a feature which will be looked forward to and which will make Commencement week all the more interest lugThe following handsamely engraved invitations have been received by friends here Mr and Mrs Thomas Chaplain itobtnson tequeKt the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter Elizabeth Sutherland to Mr George Wellington Wednesday evening Miy the slxteenthi at eight o clock at Signs Wlnche ter Kentucky Mr Pickels is a former Richmond bay being a son of our popular towns nun Mr G W Pickels He is at present located in Springfield Ill where ho holds a lucrative position His bride to be has often visited here and has many friends hero who are eager to extend congratulations rCOOKWTB GAS I A GAS J1 RANGE LIFE I WORTH LIVING AND TIME TO LIVE IT IN Ono of the most pleasant and en fable social meetings of the Epworth league took place Thursday night at the beautiful home of Miss Marie Haiber on High Street Quite a number of leaguers and a few freindf were prese nt to enjoy the charming hospitality of the popular hostess A unique toutest added much to the evenings entertainment and afforded much amusement Delightful ro reshments were served and greatly enjoyed by all At a very late hour it guests reluctantly departed thank ing their hostess for the delightful and profitable evening they had spent Little Miss Jeanette Pates who in few years time will be one of Rich monds society buds entertained her voting friends last Saturdayafter oon at a beautiful partyat the home o her Ind Mrs J R Lites on Broadway From three lo live the young folks held swayand made the neighborhood ringwith their cheerful childish glee All kinds of games were indulged in and fairyboundfetchinglydressed their pleasure delicious ices and cakes were served and the departures were made reluctantly as the after noon waned into twilight Arlington the beautiful suburbo iome of Mrs H B Hunger was the cone last Saturday of a brilliant usemblago of Richmonds Matrons and Misses the occasion btiingin after noon musicale announced by the charming hostess for her many friends The musicians were Mrs Hanger Mss Pearson Miss Smith and Professor Taylor Theprogram rendered was one of extreme classic taste and such as only time artist could master The guests were appreciative beyond expression not only to their hostess fur so great a treat but to know that Richmond holds such talented artists as tho ones named above At tho conclusion of the program an elaborate lunch was served and the afternoon of unsurpassed enjoyments has been added to the long list of brilliant so cial functions for which Richmond is rioted DEATH Last Tuesday Mattie Lou the seven teen months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Abney died at thesr home near Brookstown this county Services at the Methodist church next Sunday will be conducted by the Pastor F M Hill A full attendance ol the members is urged and all friends and strangers are welcomed Country home Burned Tilt residence of Andrew House a well known farmer of Blue Grass this county was totally destroyed by fire Monday afternoon The loss will probably reach 3000 On Exhibition The diplaraa which was awarded to the Waco Tile and Brick Company at the recent St louis Exposition is noon exhibition at the Glyndou Hotel Tile different honors that have been bestowed upon this home industry should make the hearts of all Madson ians beat with pride Gave an Artistic Description A sweet girl student thus described the manner in which a goat butted the boy out ol the front yard He hurried th previous end of his anatomy a iust the boys afterward wIthan ei i stnesa and velocity which backed bj ija ponderosity the goats avoir du ois imparted amometnm that was not relaxed until tho boy landed on terra iirrtta beyond the pals ot the rlJot1eDJW Jt8r gOfttsriibI1 fo it A t 1 Ir Ii T VjgeFs BIG CITY Minstrels Grand Opera House Tuesday May 8 New Wall Paper We have a full line of the latest designs in wall paper and will be delighted to have you call and look through our stock before purchasing We have added a of room mouldings to our stock and can give you a nice selection at very reasonable prices We are also agents for Harrisons town and country mixed paints which we guarantee to cover more surface and wear longer than any paint on the market It is the most economical paint you can use We guarantee it to stand for ten years Call and let us furnish you estimates of papering or painting Very Truly PERRY TIIOMAS PHONE 175 The Perfect Way Scores of Rlchmoni People Hare Learned It If you sutler from backache There is only one way to cure It The perfect wayis to cure the kidneys- A lad back means sicks kidneys Neglect it urinary troubles follow Doans Kidney Pills are made for kidneys only John B Singleton of High Streef Versailles Kv says II have been a snTerer from kidney pains and irregu lar and distressing action of the kidneys fur years There was a severe aching across the small of my back At times the aching was constant and 01 ten so severe that I could scarcely get around The secretions from the kid neys were of high color scalding and their frequency greatly disturbed my rest at night Ever since I took a hard cold a year or so ago whlcn settled in my back the trouble has been much worse I tried different remedies but with little or no success until I saw Doans Kidney Pills recommended bj people near by who had used them I procured a box and took it I was helped at once and continued to take them until I had used three boxes in all They did me a wonderlrl lot of good I felt better and stronger in every way Plenty more proof like this from KichmondpeopleCall at B LMiddle tons drug store and what his custo mers report For sale by all dealers Price 60 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doansand take no other Farms and City property for sale D W THIBBLE Real Estate Agt Elmer Deatherago wants your wool and is paying highest market price for same Ca1 at Douglas Gultons for sacks Never can tell when vonll mash a linger or suffer a cut bruiseburn or scald Be prepared Dr Thdtaae Eclec trio Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly cures the wound Estrayed From my place ou April court day a deep red rruley cow Liberal reward will be paid for return to undersigned REV J W PKATHER aprl8tf Richmond Ky for Sale Eggs from full blooded silver Lace Wyandotte Hens One dollar for a setting of 15 eggs MRS P F ADAMS Jr Phone 308 Fifthstreet tf Richmond Ky For Rent I have for rent 100 acre bonndry of blue grass land one mile anrla half from Richmond The land will be rented from May 1 1006 Dec 1 1906 Plenty of water on the farmR McKee tf Richmond Kv FuIic Sale Unless sold or rented privately before that date I will offer for sale publicly on Thursday July 5 1900 on Lancas ter pike 4t miles from Richmond my farm containing 162 acres more or less On the farm is a good two story residence containing eight rooms and kitchen with good barn ice lionse and all other neccessary out lutiMinirs Miss Nannie M Unllir1 Box 502 Richmond Ky 22ap 1m free Round Trip To Lexington The merchants Association of Lex inaton is reaching out after new bust ness and until June 15th offers to re fund railroads fares to out of town patrons within a radius of fifty miles and not to exceed S 250 who purchase 25 or more from its members The Association is compoed of leading merchants aware of the neccessity of providing complete and attractive stocksand can supply yoir wants in a most satisfactory and economical man ner When you start to Lexington buy a round trip ticket if possible or pay cash fare to the conductor and take a receipt On arrival in Lexington call on a member of the Association and ask for a rebate slipand have the plan yonFor write J G CHABIEB Secretary apr83t Lexington ky Now is the Time to leave orders for eggs for suiting Or der early and you wont have to wait when your hens have gone to setting I have the White Plymouth Rocks Fishels Strain and they have made the worlds recoid on laying They grow faster and are healthier Eggs SlOO per 15 A good hatch guaranteed C D MILLER Richmond Ky Notice Bids will be received up in May 20 storybrickIIpeciflcatiorisJOHN I VAN An DEU 2t HanMdKburK Ky iometUnj Hew After some deliberation wn decided drugbumnessand have received a nice line of the best goods that could be prornrod in the most reliable markets Whle we have now large assortment of jewelry is our intention to add to this III until we can boast of one of the uptodate jewelry esabllcbments in Our motto is to purchase the best goods and sell them for a reasonable profit J1rM J Snannon of Findlay Ohio has ar rived and will have charge of the re rlepartmentMr jewelrybusinessing entrusted to us will hayimwediaie and careful afontion The best or- workmanship guaranteed on all work the public to call and in epectpur nice line of jewelrv and soliciting a share of your patronage w resnatH- 4pC4JsAly IJt YMNII CMuN nt 1 4 of i o 10 Rewar- I will pay ten dollars rewardfor the return or information leading to recovery of two bird dogs which disappeared from my place two weeks ago One is a red and the other a black setter D B SnACK ELFORD tf Richmond Ky Notice to Fobllc The public is hereby notIfied that my land in and around Kirksville Ky is posted and that tresspassing is strictly forbidden Any violation of this notice will be prosecuted accord Ing to law Mrs Alice Farris Kirksville Ky 4t Notice to Contractors byRRichmond Ky until 12 oclock noon on the 7 th day of May 1906 for labor and material required in the construe thou of two store rooms on main street occupiedbyPlans and specification are now on file with the undersigned on and after the 17 day of April 1906 Bids must be TurleyStatemarked Proposals for McKee Build ings The right will be served to reo any and all bids apr83t OWEN McKEE Black Pilot Will make the Season of 1906 at Richmond Ky in the hands of Robert Walker at the low fee of J5 for a Living Colt Black Pilot wasfoaled 1898 16 hands beautiful black a model in form and finish with extra foot and bone fine knee and hock action weights 1200 pounds Extended pedigree furnished applicationWhen a big stylish horse you dont have to look for a buyer they Hunt you Black Pilot breeds that kin Look after your mares and breed to this great hors- eROBERT WALKER RICHMOND Ky THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO v TRANSIT COMPANY CONNECTING CLEVELANDand WHILE YOU SLEEP UNPARAUILED SERVICENEW STEAMHtS CITY OF BUFFALOA- ND CITY OF ERIE Both together being without doubt In ill respects the finest and fastest that are ran in the Interest of the travehng public in the United States TIME CARDDAILY INCLUDIHO SUNDAY AVE Cleveland 8 pm Buffalo 630 ara Buffalo 8 pm Cleveland 630 am TANORO TIME ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIES STEAMER Connections made at Buffalo with train for all Eastern and Canadian points Clereland for Toledo Detroit and West sad Southwest Tkktls rrailiz im LS AMs will be accepted M Ills Ctmpists Steamers wilbrat extra cfcirtc Special Low Rates Cleveland to Buffalo and Niagara Pall every Saturday Night also Buffalo to Cleveland I Ask Ticket Agents for tickets via CB Liuc Send four cents for illustrated pamphet WF HERMAN GP A Cleveland Ohio Master Commissioners NoticE to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Eo B Slum Admr Plalntlagainst E M flume Defends All persons having claims against the estate of W 8 Hume are hereby notified to file thi same lgaiiy verified with the undersigned Ot or before the I8th day of May 1906 or same COLLINSMaster Court We take pleasure in announcing to OUtJ trade our advance styles in all the latest creations V in Band Trimmings Embroideries p Mulls Shadow Checks etc for Waists arid 4- Ginghams7Postal us for samples and your wantsI will have our careful and prompt attentior Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE ii i RICHMOND K- Yir i SPECIALS i c 7 Pin Folding Hat Rack JOc 3 Cakes Pure Witch Hazel Soap lOc Tin Wash Basin lOc size only Scl44quart Tin Dairy Pan lOc size only 5c Bowl and Pitcher 85eq t Standard Oil Lamp 1 Household Amonia 5c per bottle j I John Hollands Fountain Pens 1pev f I CTke RACKET STORES t Cut Flowers and Blooming Pla- ntsALBFRTS AT PHONE 188 mr r The Handsomest Line o- fBUGGIES5A Road Wagons and Vehicles of all sorts ever seen in Richmond has been n T ceived by the 3 Richmond Carriage Works x which is doing business at the same old stand will pay you to call and examine this stock befor- A5 buying elsewhere In addition to this they have tii best blacksmithing department in our city A kinds of work done quickly and well by the nn s competent workmen They make a specialty of Painting and Trimming Their Rubber Tiring is fully guaranteed and nor but the very best grade of rubber is used Tip f Victor International Good Year or any brand d tire the customer prefers can be put on Try us w c will please you Electric Lihi Has No Equal ITSBest for the eyes and health Best for your home office or store Best for an advertiser Attractive pleasing and convenient The same wires supplying your light may be easily made to do a hundred other useful things Here are some of the things you can r Heatyour curling irons Boil milk tea or coffee Vf Heat your laundry irons Run your sewing machines Heat hot water bags for the sickroom In fact theres nothing you cant doV All on meter you pas for what you use no more See the latest electric lights They G E M High Efficiency High Candle Power Lamps are current savers and light producers Richmond Electric Power Co Schlcgel Building Telephone 486 tVt L t n Firii rj iJL + s l frt i 2 7 Our modern oOOurprcoVyc kinds too for moro or less Buggies and Business Wagons ItIsnt the Surreys Uunabouts vies J90d Its the vehicles that makes our makes our vohi If It out of good several hundred modeh Phone f32aF HIGGINS HOW ABOUT A NICE CONCRETE PAVEMENTVB have every facUlty and have our employ which a man of long experience priceRememberand you can find us at time before yourCELLARW R JrTelephone J42Telephone J42j The Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1900 Be sure to hear Dr Smiths lecture May 11 Next Monday May 7th will be County Court Day Girl wanted to clerk in restaurant Apply Gus Ddlmuth tf The Cecilian Club concert will bcI given Saturday night Slay 12 at Ma sonic Temple Saturday May 5 the Racket Stort will sell the regular 15c Climax lamp burners at lOc Dont tail to hear Dr J Addison Smiths lecture on Msy llth Admission only 25 cents It is predicted that the seventeen year locusts will put in their appear ance about the last week in May Money is no object to Elmer Deathcrage He wants your wool Get your sacks at Douglas Cultone Everybody come Rev E H Burnam will fill the pulpit of the regular Baptist Church in Richmond on theSecondand Fourth Sundays in May All invited Dont let the baby suffer from eczema or any itching of the skin Poanc Ointment gives instant reliei cures qni ckly Pefectly safe for children All druggist sell it- Thurman wants your hide but Elmer Dcatherage wants your wool He pays top notch prices It will pay you to see him Get your sacks at Douglas tc Cult jns Work on Lock No 9 at Valley View will begin right away It will bo remembered that considerable damage was done to this lock and dam by the tide a year or so ago The Majestic MIg Co of St Louis Mo IJl7e a man at CE Douglas Cos store this week showing Majestic Ranges in actual operation baking and serving biscuits to the large crowds Constipation causs headache nausea dizziness languor heart Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure Doan Regnlets act gently and cures conitipa tlon 26 cents Ask your druggist Elsewhere in this issue will be form the advertisement ot the S It Midkillcaniage works At no time in the history oi this well known ir dustry has there been such a die play of handsome turnouts of every description With skilled workmen and latest methods only the best work is given their patrops Any one con templating the purchase of a new con veyance will do well to consult with this firm before doing so Read their add in this issue For Sale A very handsome old fashioned wal nut bed Apply at Pattie A Clav In firmary 2t Little Love Stories Mr Daniel McQueen and Miss May Collins were married in tins city last Tupsrlav night bv Judge Turpin The groom is a prosperous farmer of Cleve land Fayette county and his bride is a native of Berea tIne MInstrelsI The management of the Opera House announces that on next Tuesday night Vogels celebrated minstrels will be the attraction Tim splendid aggregation of musical artists is touring the South and is meeting with well de served success everywhere Kemem her the date May 8th Indian and Harrison Chief Last Sundav morning carload of broodmares was unloaded at Mt Sterl tug Kv from Southern Ky to be bredI to Emerald Chief CLBailey mares last week in New York for 9000 One of the 3 was sired bv Harrison Chicl of Emerald Chief Stock Farm DrAIIen of LibertyMo nfter attend ine the horse show at Mt Sterling Court day visited Emerald Chief Stock Farm on the following Saturday and looking at the stallions on the farm remarked Greatest horse show at Emerald Chief Stock Farm that I ever attended Owingsville Outlook The best mares of Madison County are patrons to the above breeding establishment WRAUTC 13000 lordollarselect It Is fitted wittf our guaranteed grainscatpatent leather full leather ton with reputation reputation concorn11nKentucky arriage Works In Letcher Richmond palpitstion You are cordially invited to attend weekComebiscuit if you intend to buy or not C E Douglas Co LostCSomewhere between Richmond and lane going into LoUIS Francis place onC the Irvine Pike an opened face silver watch with monogram on back of same Finder will please return to undersigr t ed E DBATHERAQE For The San Francisco Suffers Mr R 0 Stockton Grand Treasurer of the Kentucky Grand Commandery of Knights Templar received check lasts week for 600 from the Grand Com mandery of this State which will 1e sent as a gift for tho San Francisco suf ferers Richmond Commandery con- c tributed HOO for tie same cause c toot Mashed Harry Durham aged about sixteen twho resides with his cousins Mr and Mrs H P Reid received a pain tnt Injury last Thursday which will confine him tol his room for sometime Whim loafing around the Oldhiarn building endeavored to pull some hose from undor heavy iron and timber in- i order to get some water His efforts allowed the massive weight of iron to fall on his foot rushing it badly He was taken to Dr Jasper office where the wounded member was dressed and later removed to Mr Reids where he is testing as can be expected A Great Addition The new electric lights on either side of the entrance to the post office called forth much complimentary praise Monday night which was the fist time they were lighted The globes which are 1000 candle power are mounted on tall iron posts The effect both from an artistic and a useful standyoint is very pleasing and we wonder why such has not been in Ufe all these months No town this size in the state can point to as handsome a Custom House as the one that graces this beautiful city and its beauty is greatly enhanced by these lights Al though they were placed there only temporarily it is earnestly hoped that our citizens will see the value of them and insist on their being left in their present position Now Thoroughly Equipped Immediately alter the recent Oldham fire steps were taken by our Mayor and City Council to fully equip the fire department and prepare for future con flagrations The new furnishings have arrived and on last Thursday the de partment gave a most satisfactory test of all the now equipments The noz zles sprays and hose are all of the most superior goods and can statd the heavy pressure put on them The members of the fire brigade have been fitted with now caps and badges which are numbered and each man is thoroughly acquainted with his duties and place Fire Chief McCarthy is due much credit for the splendid work the department is ready to do Ricl mond can now boast of as good a fire company as any town this size in the state With these splendid new fix tures well trained horses and efficient department we may Indeed feel that we van battle with the fire fiend as we lIever could before Dont Hiss It As announced in last weeks Climax Dr J Addison Smith the learned and gifted pastor of the First Presbyterian churh will deliver his famou lecture hlblf Around the World by Jsteam or Wanderings Through Europe Egypt and the Holy Land on Friday night May II This lecture has been learn in some of tho largest cities ot this country and is classed by critics with the very best Those who know Dr Smiths talent as a speaker are looking forward to a genuine treat In view of the fact that he has been a great travel er studying carefully this scenes tra versed which comprise every continent on the gloie except one lila lecture will be doubly interesting It will be given in the First presbyterian church Frrday night May 11 at 730 oclock The admission will be only 25 cents and the proceeds will be used towards lifting the cuqrch debt Tickets are now on sale and can be secured at Mrs James Arbuckles on Main street or at this office mIWe can act for you in many capaci ties and we wilt faithfully strive to protect your interests Call at our place of business and talk it over State Baijk BankTrust Co f uRiy Phaeton homeJ LABILITY 4 lt ti ti t ttt 1 I k jE II II Ii Richmpnds organization courgeuient undertaking Considerable participated DanLbng The Clothing That Fits After life long experience handling cloehing always striving to maintain highest standard of quality ready assure our customers that the Kenton brand stands un equaled everything that goes to make up clothing excellence Fit Style Quality combined every garmentthe result carefully tested material designedand finished honest conscientious tailors of experience andskill For spring showing beautiful assortment the newest fabrics fashioned the latest styles both single and double breasted models with range sizes complete and perfectly adapted to eyery shape build that it is positive waste of time and money to have clothing made to measure We suggest early buyingwhile assortments fullest KENTON SUITS 1250 1500 1700 J800t 2000 2250 2500 T OTHER SUITS 1000 800 700 500 i Barkers Collars If every man knew all about Collars wed J4sell all the collars sold in RichmondOur Barkers brand are pure linen and far away the finest sold for the price i21or2ccents Spring Hatsfancy larger other Richmond styles Philadelphia are ready both shades garanteed lta5 COVINGTOrr Meeting of State Normal School Commissioners The above is a true picture of the stately old buildings and grounds which have been offered a Normal school and to inspect which the commissioners met here yesterday The following in brief is the program of their stay in Richmond Arrival at p m over L N where were met with carriages and to the Glyndon Hotel lunch After lunrh a drive to Central University to inspect the buildings and grounds tIered for the From there they were down Second street and the Madison Institute Campus From there out Second past C High school where they were greeted with a song of welcome by the children who also waved flags and formed themselves in the form of Welcome Crossing from there they were view of the Catholic Convent he P A C Infirmary and thence drive West Main to the beautiful B J Clay home returning through town tr the colored school and on to Lake Reha the citys water supply their return the fire gave an exhi bition drIll and showed the force of fire protection by throwing three lines of water The guests were then escorted to the Elk club rooms where they were tendered a reception by the business men of the At 730 linner was at the hotel to which n few ot Richmonds prominent citizens were invited The shown every attention and the advantages of growing city were placed before them Synod Offers Richmond Site The Kentucky Synod ot the Presbyterian Church of America held a meeting in the First Presbyterian Church at Louisville Monday morningjxnd adopted a resolution the action of the trustees of Central Univeisity enabling our citizens to offer the grounds and building of the old Central University to the State for a normal school site Central University was consolHated with at Danville the property at Richmond reverted to the citizens of Richmond but without Mondays action of the Synod the title not clear The property rights of Central University are protected and at the same time the State will have a clear title in fee simply to the grounds should the normal school be located here Cedllian Gob At a recent meeting of the Cecilion Club May 12th waa chosen as tho Ute for concert will bo given or the beuefit of the P A C Infirma ry The club members and quite a number of talented musician outside of the club will tako part in the program which will be published later This concert will be for most worth cause one that is dear to the most of the commuity at large mill it goes wJtn out saying that it will be liberally patr and nice sum realized the noble Institution The OclUian Club which is onlv musical deserves the heartiest en in this Rem ember the date Mav 12 at the Mas onic Temple Secure your tickets early Heht as a Result of Law ioit excitement was created in this city Saturday afternoon on ac count of Sheriff Broaddus and his deputies bringing in a number of men who had in agoneml flch on the Barnes Mill pike about one and onehalf miles from Richmond The fight a result of a law suit which was decided in the county ccmt on that Ilay Dan LongSr sued Dan Long Jr on a thirty dollar note which was decided by a jury in favor of the plain tiff leaving town Dan Long Jr Clay Liong Dan Long SrThos IlLonc Nathan Long E B Long and Thos Hill all of whom were interested in the suit met at the abovo point and a general fight took Jr snatched from the hands of otto of the prolcei I n 4 i7 a in the we are to for are in of by we are a of in in a of so so men of and a are and school through ldwell a Upon our ratifying When which given a onized a place Let the Good Work Oo On It is gratifying to see the amount of work done by the various citizens in beautifying their vard cleaning their promises moving fences making their homes and the grounds surrounding them more attractive Not as much has been done as might be done and yet so much more has been done this spring than any other spring in our recollection that we feel it is most encouraging for the future beauty of Richmond Cedlian Gab Notes Despite the hot day many friends and a large number of Club members flocked to the hospitable home of Mrs B L Middelton on last Wednesday afternoon for the regular meeting ot the Cecllian Club Upon entering the guests were directed to the dining room where cool delicious frapp served and a few short social moments enjoyed before the program was taken upMrs Middelton with J Sebas than as the subject had prepared n most excellent program and the meet lag was voted as one of the most de lightfnl oi the year Those who con tributed to the program were Mesdames A U Bnrnam G W Pickels M C Kellogg W S Oldham B L Middel ton T J Smith and Hugh McLellor and Miss Laura Bright All of the mu sical numbers which included someof Bachs best compositions both vocal and instrumental showed careful preparation and were much enjov K The literary features taken by Mesdames Hugh McLellau T J Smith and B L Middelton were equally en joyable After the close of the program munch Bocial chat was exchanged over the frappe cuon and irany thanks W8r lioe1uie4bu- i hoiteH J I f Easy to pick a hat to suit your here Our stock is than all stores combined The new spring from New York and soft and stiff blocks all the latest colors and Prices and quality for they driven for driven given out department our distinguished city committee wafserved Central College was amply for was On was JudjeJW Hngps of Mercer county candidate for Congress from this District was here last Saturday shako big hands with friends and looking over the ground in general So far Mr Hughes Is the only announced candidate from the Eighth Distrlctand he has many friends in this section of the woods who will give him hearty support especially if Madison county has no candidate A Radical Chance Necessary Prof Irviufr Fishier of Yale University Secretary of the AnUtnhercnloeii Asso ciation in an article dealing with the white scourge of the world consump ttonin the Outlook says Before any progress can be made however our change of habits must be rad ical wo must substitute electric light for all other Illnminants we must learn anew what pur nh is and In8lMonl- 1ftl tJhu It i rd r Dr Hardia Bright of Canada Writes of Old Friends Here and May Return in June for a Visit NIAGARA FALLS CENTRE OVTARIA OASADA Ant 22 06cFniroR OF CLnlAxI notice Climax of your intended tour throughw a portion of the Dominion of an as- a delegate of the National Press Associ ation Several years ago I took that same trip during the beginning of the honeymoon and I wish to warn you iiLiiiiist attempting to go up the Sagues tiny without vour winter clothing We had Intend d to go up the Saguenrfy then around Labrador finally landing a bv steamer in New York City but on reaching Quebec during the hottest part of the year July we concluded to 0 return within the suburbs ot Montreal at a delightful summer resort Beacons field where we spent six or eight weeks It is not necessary for nie to enter into detail regarding the many historic sights you will see as all wellI informed men like yourself know However you will be most profoundly impressed a you view from below on thlSt Lawrence the frowning battle merits of Quebec and you will revive your memory with the great battle on the Plains of Abraham fought between Wolf and Montcalm Be sure and visit the spot where a monument is erected to the memory of these two faI mous generals the one Montcalm dying happy because he would never know of his defeat the other Wolf because he was informed his forces would gain the victory- I take the Richmond papers and keep posted the best I can in all that in tak lug place with my friends at home- I long to get back to Kentucky and best of all to dear old Richmond per lumps the HomeComing may bring me Such valuable articles are being pub lished in the Climax on the early his tory of our town and county and no one is better qualified to do this both on account of scholarship and by rea son ol long years of intimate associa tion with our people than our distinguished tpllowcltizen Hon C F Bur nam By all means insist upon IIIF writing a permanent history I notice that Wco clay is to be sold This I know to ho a most valtiable deposit ns my clieniral analysis first brought it to the alien Ion of Vorlds Fair officials and benentli this bed is an unusually pure variety of sand just what is needed in the manufacture of carbon andnm However I would not like to say just now that this would be a pay- Ing invewtinent as I would have to ex amine into location of other ingredients etc Tlii is manufactured here iu New York State at Niagara Falls in the electric furnace at a temperature of about 80000the sun is supposed to be 10000No instrument has been made to arcurately guage such tempera tures but it can be by mathematics approximated pretty closely I have hail to give up tho practice of medicine on account of asthma and expect to enter the civil engineering profession As a young man I found it bard to chinese between the two and rfliodld I tivu will have the satisfaction ol practicing two professionsa practice however not to be too highly recommt drd However the profession of medicin wil serve to me as Sanitary K igineer and the rractical I have had in chemistry geology phcics etc are very essential brandies to he civil engineer besides mathemticf Should my success be AS great as in medicine my ideal will be realized but of course there is a desire to always do even better Excuse this long letter My princi pal object in writing you is to extend to you and yours an invitation to visit me should yii sti p over at the Falls and Mrs Bright joins me in extending a hearty welcome So many of the home boys are becoming distinguished Hon J A Sul livan lieu Dick Miller Hon J Tevis Cobb lion Robert Harris Creotce etc Please re immberme to all of my friends It I were to mention all of them I should hays to write another epistle I know of others I should mention Your sincere friend HARDIX W Binenr E z 1M AI I IV Health in Richmond- B L HUdelton Says tare of Digestion solves Problem of Long Life No one in Richmond lies a better than the druggist to know the- ondition of the citys health and hat diseasosare the commonest B L Middleton believes that the problem of long life is solved by proper care of the digestive organs Let the stomach get out of condition and soon there will be nervousness irritation furred tongue before the eyes weakness debil ilty indigestion and other physical and mental troubles that directly resul t from weakened stomach Of all the vital organs the stomach is the most frequently abused and hence fails and so with the discovery of a remedy like Mina stomach tablets which is soldon an absolute guarantee to strengthen tho digestive systemrid in assimilation of hyIIldljestilI1taken towards solving the question of rood health aud long life Take one of the little Miona tablets before each mealwith the fixed determination that you are going to get well and itwill not be many days before you can eatany thing without fear of indigestion B L Middleton sells Miona on an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure A large box ol the tablets costs but 60 cents if it helps von nothing if it fails Work Oa Lock No 11 K G Talbott and Company Government Contractors who have had charge of the construction of Lock No 11 near College Hill this county will Immediately block the river with the coffee dam for the dam and anchor cribs YOU DONT NEED TO PAY HIGH PRICES FOR SHOES ANY LONGERIif r Walk= Over Shs For Spring WalkOvers come in shapes to suit all feet stylish uptodate toes Afor young fellows and broad easy lasts for older feetJjs A11them BANKS 1 ftfM The Lexington Oxra House One of the most important events OperaHouseAllen in her great succesn The Toast of Town written tot Miss Allen by Clyde Fitch Miss Allen will be sure to attract large crowds from appearinnee and night Come on everybody with your wool Elmer Deatherags wants all there is on Douglas A nowIWILLGING CONTRACTING PAINTER PAPER HANGER Estimates Cheerfully Promptly I a of Brushes Mirrors Wax Varnish distributors of in ns the most of stored under 209 W Main Callus upPhone Wall Paper Paints and Glass m7 F 7I+ IE W4LD9UGLAS IMADE i i6 fitting Millions of people t that they greater value t other shoe vii the market W L t v their value by stamp name and the price on the The of W L 350 shoes j 7c knows In advance that shoes exactly as They made of the best selected materials by contented and well paid workmen who take pride In their work and glad to make the shoes Just good they K flOW to make them M- In addition to the infinite care which attends Mfc every detail of the making there is a system of Inspection which makes It Impossible for Imperfect shoes to get out of the factory If you want the very best shoes obtain L Douglas the Beat Urns you buy Real Park No city the size of Richmond can boast of so well kept and beautiful court house and grounds Under the of Jailer Johnson the yard has been resodded flower beds have been made Albert our expert florist has lent his art and the public square now looks like a veritable whichwe all should feel proud Mr Johnson and his able assistants are being loudly praised for this splendid work and every effort should be put foth to keep loaf ers off the grass and in thus doing tile yard is will remain just as well kept as it 0 and and We carry full and complete line Paints Oils Viirnlshes Glass and Floor Finishes Johnson and Remover Sole Patton Sun Proof Paints Come and give pleasure showing you the complete stock WallPaper ever one roof 216 359 1 SHOES +IFOP MEN h fl Jf 7 1shoesproven easy and superior wearing qualities 1byrepresent IntrinsicJ Douglas guarantees Ing his bottom purchaser Douglas such are represented are are as as know really ableselect W 350 shoes lilY7F+ supervision Numerous parkof Furnished UNION I I OouliaiIISO t shoes r i wornfhyalJ 4nwI IFut Cola Eyeltts let turn brottg 4 f Rice land Arnold i 1 HouseNr I fi5 jl a i I IirH g1ti- t4EsI11L i r r r a 1 Vulcan Barlow also F I Lel 7I If111per l 7IF P ffi7lm il 7I DOLLARSHa- ve 1 c wonderful purchasing power You will fully demonstrated the iIHUSTLING CASH STORE i HAVE YOU EVER 5Investigated the lines of goods offered by us If not now is the time THIS SEASONS LINES Comprises the best selection of goods we have ever shown Our buyers have made an extra effort on their part and the lines speak for themselves OUR PRICES RIGHTE k We desire to direct the special attention of the ladies to Eour line of Royal Worcester Corsets These corsets are t1- to R Worcester AND BON TO- NCORSETS superior to all others Common Sense being the leading factor in their construction We have combined in the Royal Worcester Corsets every virtue of fit fabric finish and beauty The corset is an under garment and as such it should be sanitary hygeinic and perfect fitting It is a 7Q figure builder and should be correct impairing no function of the body We carry all styles for slender lmedium and stout figures STYLE AIA straight front corset for long waist figures Gives i the wearer the uptodate high bust and lightening 7iJ waist effectrr 71tThis dainty model meets the requirementsfthe tall ft sslenderig urea t STYLE 457 r Every warm weather requirement is met in this model Made from white batisle and is strong servicable cool and with graceful hip effectrcorset made tit A STYLE 517 Fi A girdle designed for slender figures made from mercer ized tape Sizes 18 to 26 If you have never usei this brand try it once and satisfaction is assvred YOURS TRULY r Lackey And limilton l Main and First Streets Richmond KYlty r 7F5 m7I 7I F7I7I7I eiA Taylor SELLS THE BEST Farming Implements IN RICHMOND Chilled Plows Dandy Disc Harrows Corn Planters New Western Cultivators carries afirst class line of Hardware Cook Stoves and Ranges Roofing and Cilltt in1ija SpecIalty 6 A Word to the Property Owners of Richmond and Madison Umnty About Your Roust fainting and Piper Huffing publichouse painting paper hanging and decorative business and if you are going to have anything done in this line during this season will say that I want your work and in return will give you honest materials Bud honest workmanship at honest prices I also have a full line of 1900 Wall Paper Nov gabttthe right kind of prices and I ask you for a liberal share of your work Thanking you for past patronage am Yours Very W L LKED3 Painter and Contractor Shop on Irvine St bet 2nd and 3rd Residence Phone 112 Shop Phone 373 Ifeb 3m- WaNTEAAItklnde liJowlDstMrs E AJkutf phojw178 fifth street U r L ir i 1I d 13tt t d t dd t9t t21 Yd92 k Yt t1 k9t 11gt t t t9t t9x di1 1S 1t 1c h MAJESTIC BAKINGD- EMONSTRATION jfJ NOW GOING ONT f- L tJ4ajesfic II Z H 7tNI = x nO = 1vr7nttM = Wall Paper Paints Glass Free 15 gallons atwater 1 heated to the point ol boiling while breakfast Is cooking When water gets too reservoir fl1 dom I other supplies abundancepof water to 1y l I r W = M II tt I Wall Shopping at elr hot hot is easy at i ur store because you dont have to kick to get your moneys worth because we have the largest assortment in the city because we furnish estimates on hanging as well as the paper well because our spring stock is about 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 you our line and make you an estimate on your work IRE LINDEMAN PIANO In the lead for 7O years TIME IS THE TEST OF MERIT Beware of Imitations Piano the due and attention we put Into its construction have resulted in one of the most instruments ever pat on the market Has all the latest Every one warranted WHY NOT BUY THE BEST when the price iswithin the reach of any LINDEMAN SONS PIANO CO 548550 West 23rd SL New York april Smooths DexIGr 6T r iGoods Behind the Ad I LThe Secures the ss i It is like theflaiirant breath of spring to see our new line Makes you think pf the glad some days when the summer sunsliine makes its first appearance Makes buying an en thusiastic pleasure I Our line of CARPETS and RUGS will inter est you 9x12 AX ninsters Smiths 2250 9jcl2T8russels 16 and 9x12 Ingrains Our exclusive line FUBFITURE will please you OLDIIAMrRICHMOND KY 1c I Always YourService Regular Dinner25 Cents Check Room alnprovtmeutS TheHome Restaurant- and Lunch Counter For Ladies and- Gentlemen f Lusby and Durin J Harry Lusby Manager Lexington Kentucky J 09 N Milt Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Ever GetI- BillollS c jIhe usedImoreheating theplace Paper r f expertonce UlusI 18r I rXe TheM UpDate Restaurantand LunchCounter in the- South 50 aaKnow all abc t sickheadaches Suffered the appetiteThen always keep on hand the exact rem makewroegliversright Coitot r Jr Jili Ah Mn We heartily invite our friends to call at our store any day during this week and we will demonstrate the superior qualities of the New Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Ranges tThe MAJESTIC MALLEABLE and steel range as formerly turned out by the Majestic people has been considered throughout the entire country pare eellence and far ahead of any other range made But with the NEW CHARCOAL IRON BODY in place of steel ableAanewbodies and incidentally why it is not Used oil other ranges We want you tocallif you intend to buy or not as the information gamed Will serve you in die futureJ5Hot Coffee and Biscuits FREE Aisiuitsbaked A9 Handsome Set of Ware FREE ofMajestic t 2usCome in any day you are welcome whether you intend to buy or not t t t C COMPANYI i Remove FrecKles and Pimples IX TEff BAYS UlIU NADINOLATHE Formerly advertised and sold as Batlnoli A few applications will remove tan or youthNADINOLA lreckkspimples InIand healthy Endorsed by thousands leadingdruggists Vational Toilet Co Paris Tenn Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space SpecialExcnrson Hbme Seekers and Colonists Tickets TinwTbrollghSleepers tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKt A TRIP Consult your Local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or J W Hamilton Agent L R N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller CALL FOR Old Boone Whisky Bottled at Distillery See that seal is not broken Thistoh Millett S Co Louisville Ky W M JONES SON SOLE AGENTS Main St near L and N Depot Richmond Kentucky 340 ACRESGRASS FOR RENT Harrisdeceased MAY 1t 1906 at 10 oclook A JL at the creasing of l1enftlansTurnpikebidder the following tract of grass land for the remainder of the year 1906 200 acres of very fine grass known as hacktoflueboundaryacres 35 of wInch isa tine tiinoth meadow sari 16 acres blue jjriss The menacme addressrXJ CURTIS Riiaid Kr J i Ii iJij l1nl yr v GldenFia The Monument dealers have added to their business a t PNEUMATICTOOL which will enable them to do better work than ever before They have a large assortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call and inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaran teed Golden Flora Streetr RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY 14ur44 a4Wsro mrrl are ftrODg In pbrsJeal enellOandpenonal70 attain this the illael1Caldanlopment Netyethreetroubieadultoilakn rich healthy blood and repairs waited nerres iaallrvrood for women Booklet free taswpoetpaldwtthaantra gnu PErren MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u S A For sale by E C Wines h A FAMILIAR FflCET- belikenessol DK WB CALDrELi appears on every package of Dr SYRUP PEPSINhe reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constlpa flan Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches and Fevers Caused by Bowel and Stnmach dls inlcrs Every Ccnuine package distlnmiishcd rd by this trade mark Your druggist will be clad u sell you either the or 100 size Sold by Perry Thomas f IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS IUGttT GaldwelPs TheSMIti 5t NWfI 11 Sold by Perry Thomas To Make the Ho- meWarm and Happythe new year prosper ous and bright BUY COAL froma L U1LXOM BR Telephone 110 Beautify the Complexion IN TEN BAYS UNEQUAlEDkBEAUTlfIERea dared by thOUSand removefreckles facial dioloratioaa dad rutore YOIItIIl o 1 r rr r rI4e o Get Married Now Z I youhave J JtfI CarpetsStores J Jttw1 01Comesoon J CjOpp Glyndon Phone 474 Richmond Ky Will Save You JO to 20 per cent for Cash cyEI There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR dEvery housewife every cook knows that Good Gakes Rolls Jf Biscuits OUtmillOur process for making Flour and Meal is of the latesttt Our brands are EHtston Patent Natural Product Belle ofMadison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY r TO DELICATE WOMEN happy constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking tonic like l1VineoJrdUj I It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink vegetableingredientsbackache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc onlymedicineSold by every druggest In 100 bottles 1 WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly in strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and advlceInAdvisoryDeptChattanooga Tenn YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Mrs F L Jones of Gallstln Tenn For since taking Cardul I have gained 35 Ibsandam In better health myhusbandweight In gold to allsuffertng ladles 7 P M Popei- s the right ploce to buy Plows Hoes Rakes f Mattocks Axes Steel Ranges Stoves ofall Igokindsn ware Fine Cutlery Fishing Tackle He sells the Senaca Stock and Poultry Food Try it V 204 main street f A t rf ll Jw r If j j Vtr