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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c u Jr r tt y Af THEi RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 32 iiRICHMQND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 91906 NUMBER 50 WALL PAPER w P BAXTER WALL PAPER ArtsfWe have long recognized the need of a studio in Central quietlypleasingdistinctive and pleasing for that reason orjustpleasingdesignColonialglass prims In short we have a department in which one can find presentsthatroom in which they are placed You are cordially invited to call on us SPECIALS te Y1- Lf 7 Pin Folding Hat Rack JOe 3 Cakes Pure Witch Hazel Soap lOc d Tin Wash Basin JOe size only 5c 4quart Tin Dairy Pan JOc size only 5c Bowland Pitcher 85c r Standard Oil Lamp 139 Household Amonia 5c per bottle 4J0 John Hollands Fountain Pens J q SThe RACKET STOR 1 4lrwt Of Course Vou 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 GOODS You Get Good Goods v have all the Latest Novelties in this SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS Our Hambur s are unsurpassed Save your Cash Register Checks They Save You Money White Gibson The largest and best line of Trimmings and Braids in Town Main Str- eetOliver Richmond Kentucky Chilled P1ows dr Now is the timeGet your plow ready dont lose a day It will turn over soil that has never reached before Come and see us we will tell you all about it D111Sliackelford Co VIY NAME IS ij THLRMAN On Sausage Row And Buys FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in children w scrofula j in adults consumption Both have poor JatThesoness Fat is the best means of overcoming thorn cod liver oil the best nail healthiest fat midISCOTTS EMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil Heres naturalorder of things tha shows why Scotts Emulsion is of KO much value in all cases of scrofula and consumption More fat more weight more nourish ment thats why Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 415 Pearl Street New York SOc and 100 t It II it AUdruggbtj ittros Rare Boob Warned An irreparable loss of the San Francisco earthquake was the destruc lion of the great Sutro library of old bouki This was stored in two divisrms one in the Uhain building tit Pine and Bat tery Streets and onn in u building at Moitogomery and VVashinzton Streets Rave the New York Sun Early in hU career Sulo developed a hobby for oldI hooks and conceived the idea of collecting a great library of them For ten rears he and his agents bought all over the world Although he was imposed upon by a great many lorgeries and acquired much that was valueless he made some fortunate purchases ami his whotRale method of buying enabled him to get n rent deal of gold with the dross For example in 1SS6 or thereabouts Bavaria conflscant the property of the Catholic monasteries in their kingdom The looks were lump ed into one great lot and Sntro bought them all including thousands of manuscript dating back before the age cf orbiting which have never come under the notice of scholars In the same way when the Mexican goverment dis covered a forgotten collections of books nemorials diaries and manuscript hearing upon the early history of California and lower California especially the mission period in the boundaries of of the present United States he bought them all This collection from which it was prophtsiel the true history of the old Pacific coast wonld some day h written was never even taken from its boxes He had a standing order with Quartitch tar certain lines of books and he was willing to pay any thing tor what he wanted In the end the collection reached a total of about 225000 volumes When it had grown to that size Sntro brought a bookman named Moss from the British Museum and had him make a beginning of classifying and cataloging it Moss began tostraighten it out hat he had worked only a year or two when be died In 1890 Sutro died also Do NotbeImposed Upon Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on Recount of the merit nnd popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitalionsare offered forth sejiuine Ask for Folev Hcnev and Tar and refuse any substitute offered as no other pteparation will give the same satisfaction It Is mildly laxa tive It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons STOCKTON HAGAN Blanching Nuts The blanching of nuts is a process often thought difficult because not nn derfitood The nuts should be covered with boiling water and should be allow od to stand ten minutes whore they will keep hot but not cook Then dram them plung them into cold water and chill them A knife must be used with English walnuts because of their ser rated snrfacn Pistachio unto are hard to blanch and the water in which they soak needs to actually boil while they are in it although they must not coo- kFortunateMissourians When I was a druggist at Ilvonia VIo writes T J Dwyer now of Uraysville Mothree of my cus tomers were permantly cured of con sumption by Dr Kings New Dis covery and strong to day Ono was trying to sell his property and move to Arizonia but after using New Discovery a short time he found it unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discuvery as the noel wonderful medicine in existence Surest Cough and Coldours and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed 50nPrehistoric Incubators The use of incubators in the hatching of eggs is not a new process On the contrary it dates Lack to the ancient Egyptians who often hatched eggs of various fowls in clay ovens heated to theIof incubation like so many of their other arts went witlr them and it waft thought that it was ffne of the lost art until Roamer regained it in the last century x Postmaster Robbed 1 G W Eouts Postmaster at River ton Ins nearly lost hie life and was robbed of all comfort according to his yearshadI led to such a severe case of jaundice yetlowElectric Bitters which cured me and have kept trie well for eleven years Sure euro for Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Xtdnef and Bladderderangeweats A wonderful TonioAt gteektW HiIf 1r YMIaL- i Saving Hairpins The latest fad among the students of Columbia University is coUectihg hair pins dropped by the girls ol Barnard College It was started by a six Toot Columbia man who is a good deal of a mathematician and a diy in chemis try One afternoon recently he ambled along one of the promenades frequent by the Branard girls and picked up all the hairpins he saw Jn an hours work he had collected fourteen He exhibited his pnzes to some of his anIa Barnard girl walks about the college rounds or anywhere In that vicinity there is sure to be one or more plum bia roes with eagle optics glued on the pathIoikinc for hairpins which are p unced upon eagerly as quickly as they fall to the ground Er thetThe richest man in the world can not have his kidney replaced nor live without them So it is important itFoleysKidneyof dunger the symplons will disappear and your health will be restored af it strengthens and builds up these organs as nothing else will Oscar Bowman LJ anon Ky writes have used Foleys Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stating it cured me pirmantly kidnev disease which certainlywould have cost me myllfe Stockton Hagan An Effedive Dinnr track The latest idea of having dinner frocks made in brown cooper and nut shades is a very charming and uncom mon one The up todate notions IB to have a kilted tulle frock rut with train and trimmed with ruchex oo a queer spotted taffeta ribbon a zouave effect of gold aud brown sequins beinedrawii up over the bodies with a thick cluster of nut brown and copper velvet roses The han is of swathed xpotted taffeta mud the bertha is softened by a tucker of tulle while the eloovr simves are finished with ruches of tulle and held to gether by little chains of coopercolor ed sequins Such a gown isadmlrabl suited to a huimttn with bright com flexion browr hair and eyes Deaths from Appendicitis decreaeiin the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pills increases They 1Ie you from danger and bring quick and painless relief growingalways follow their use Guaranteed Stockton and Hagan Druggists 25c Try them WATCH FOUND On Historic OU Blue Lick Battle fida While walking over the historic old Blue Lick battlefield near Blue Lick JpriiiRB in Nicholas ceunty Hobert thelleavesay are VII that has not been a watch of similar pattern manufactured in the past one hum ed and filly years The old timepiece is in excellent condition and registers time accurately The watch is of English make It is thought likely that it was lost by some visitor to the springs Notice to Public The public is hereby notified that my land in and around KirksvilleKy Is posted and that tresspasslng is strictly forbidden Any violation of this notice will be prosecuted accord ing to law Mrs Alice Farris Kirksville Ky 4t Dnns SSSCo Columbia O SPEEDY lflym a senblJUf rev Ailb Ki4o1 uvm wu tund with Bottle in 3 RHEUMATISM CURE Sole br Orui5ists Also at PERRY THOMAS Drug Store Olden Days Of Whaling The days of the oldtime whaling fleets when wore than two hundred full rigged ships sailed out of New Bedlam harbor on three and four year voyageo to the most distant and dangerous seas where over more than half a century ego The right of Greenland whale of the Artie waters with his month full of whalebone and his cousin the sperm whale of tropical waters bearing in its head the precious spermaceti were prac tically exterminated hy those nildaring iron nerved keeneyed Yankee skip pers Their splendid ships the Annie R the Marv Jane th4 Blue Eyed Susan great lovers of their wives soil weethpars were this rscaof gentlemen vl venturers rotted at the wharves or were degraded to sevire ns coastwise and with them vanished world of romance and adventure No men in no time more truly than they went town fn the sea in ships Rut whfn the pennants or the last rid time whaling ship was hauled down forever there PtllJ proudly swam the oceans the vast rorgnal or racer shale treatest of all hie mighty Hn To the tailing fleet oi the old days the rorqnal was an almost impossible prize because if its tremendoiis speed It was practi illy unmolested and multiplied exceed irg in both North Atlantic and Pacific waters It was the abundance of this leviathan measuring ninety feet in lengthand weighing almost as many tons bulking larger than a wholeI herd of elephents which was ipiraiion ot the modern whaling imlust ryITo Jungle With D namiteI Is no more dngerols than to neglect kidney dNordiTs F Ieys Kid neyCure cornets irregu irities and has cured many severe fuses after other treatment has failed It builds up the worn out tissues and restores tealth and vigor 4 was troubled with kidney complaint for about two years writes A H Davis of Mt Ster ling Iowa but two bottles of Foeys Kidney Cure effected permanent cure Stoctou Hagan Got Lead Sir Instei4 Of Gold Oneof the cleverest bits of thievery on record was that committed recently when a bar of gold weighing 850 ounces and valued atl700 was stolen while being shipped from British Guinea to the offices of the British Guinea Gold Concession company at New York When the box was opened upon reaching its destination the golu bar was missing and in its place was snbsituted a bar of lead The seals on the box had been opened and the hot tom taken ontoIt was closed again after the theft and so deftly was the operation performed that it would scarcely be detected that the box bad been tampered with A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilker of Carolina Wjs as did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when it completely cured a run sore on her leg which had tortured her 23 long years Greatest an tiseptic healer of Piles Wounds and Hagansdrug Kfliijmon Straus X Co Here are the New Spring Suits Jackets Shirts and 1Waistsii VISIT THEM We are ready in our garment department for the most critical of our customers Never have the Spring Garments pleasantlydisplay of new thing as you will be of any or every garment you will buy of us and you will buyfor no matter what you want youll find it herefind it in bticomingOf The Walking Skirts are strikingly tempting loose and flowing and more beauti simplybeautiful yeardemanddrelief after the season of longcoated suits We are never too hurried to show you all you wish to seeta answer all your questionsthe fact that you come necessaryefor you to pur mse the earlier you will come the better pleased you will be hCentrd I vKentuckys Great Department Store tlJlIlliln tratJCO I lowest Main 51i UfXingtori Ky c n SIL PER CREEK Mr and Mrs J B Kuethe and child ren have returned to their home in Covington after a plasant visit here Master SamueLand Jolinie Kuethe wall accompaned home by their little cousin Dexter B White Misses Mildred Burton Lucy Griz zard and Sallie Meoks spent Wednesday Thursday with Miss Lena Hendrix of Kirskavllle Little Moss William of Richmond has been visiting Master Samuel Hagan Mr and Mm 0 Ogleshy visited their parents Saturday at Estlll Kv Messrs Tom Smith Buck Watts JOM Parks J H Greder Sam Meeks soil A M Davison formed a party who fished Friday In Fitzpatricks pond Mr Grider had a hard time in landing a monster a he thought A ter weghiug the fish ho fnnnd it to be only a hat plunder TJ Smith was the only sue cessful one Inner was served on the ground and they had a pleasant trip land laughed very heartily over the fish that Grider cnncht Mr John Metks spent the week with friends in Richmond during the carnival Warning You cannot havo good health unless kidneystilterotherwise set as irritating poisons and break down the delicate organs of the body and cause serious trouble If vou have kidney or bladder trouble and do not use Foleys Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as It positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases Stockton Hagan Do Animals Reason Very recently in my own neighborhood two hunters well known to me were in the woods whon they saw what they at first took to be two red sdnirrelf charing each other around the hole cf tree On corning nearer they saw that there was but one red squirrel and that it was being hotly chased by a weasel The squirrel was nearlv tired out and must soon have fallen a victim to its arch enemy had not hunters shot the weasel Why tIle squirrel did not lead- off thronght the tree tops where the weasel could not have followed him is another instance of the mystery that envelops this question John Burroughs in the Outing Magazine for May fohc Sale Unless sold or rented privately before that date I will offer for sale publicly on Thursday July 5 1906 on Lancas ter pike 41 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 house and all other neccessary out buildings Miss Nannie M Ballard Box 602 Richmond Ky 22ap Ira 10 Reward- I will pay ten dollars reward for the return or information leading to recov ery of two brd dogs which disappeared from my place two weeks ego One Is a red and the other a black setter D B SIIACKELFORD tf Richmond Kv KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I FOR cONSUMPTION 1150c Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK in ov R CPtnrbr Newby Carriage Works- A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar pricesbefore this line We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky T AILORING to meet the requirements of boys has been perfected to an unusual iJlidegree by the makers of our boys clothing The effect is seen in the character of garment in our displayin the proper cutting of the cloths in thh perculiarlyadapted style for each age in the superior workmanship Our 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 be much higher New freshstock of Schloss Bros Co Hand Tailored Suits for men just received Dont fail to see them 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 La lies inspect this line of Fine Shoes they are the best TOur goods are all new in every department Our prices the lowest on firstclass merchandise Your patronage earnestly solicitedFW D OLDHAM Cort THElIn GREAT IflESTORES ipQI Made a Well Man 1 of Me 7C R rIUdlpowrtuUy lieu Lost VlUllty Inpotency Nightly Emissions oat Power F lllnr Memory Wutlnc Dlieueiuid Ell elute ot eelfabuso or excesl and indiecretton wh1cl1 ants one foretudrbudnese ormarriate II cot only cures by starting at the Beat ot disease bat Uicmt nerve tonla and blood builder brine lug back the pink grow to pale cheeks and r storing the Ore of youth It wards off Insanity and Consumption Insist on baring KETITO no oUter It can be curled in vest pocket By mall 8100 perptckaite or six for 8040 with a poll tive written guarantee to cure or rotund the Book and addle tree Address ROYAL Ui4DLCIfifiBuilding For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184gets the best 00ALCOMPANY 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 sejl 1D ate k Cactcte L oarn atn sh5elVieo 80 3eat vt te all guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company- D R Freeman Mgr Phone J 84 Yard Aspen av DTs 1 r i WOOL a i 1tj tJcounties and in order to f get it we are paying the Jvery J IHighestt i Market J ricestIt You will make a mistake J XJprices I CovillgtollbBro c Main Street Wanted For Our Army Wanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men be i oflgoodRecruitingOfficerChance to See the World WiLLj CLOTHING Mens Youths and Boys Suits ecThe most economical to buy because theyare better made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at Popular Prices None Genuine Without the Label on the Collar FORSALE BY A B CLARK Ednton Kentky- a il iChIti r w t H 1 t II Tc r If 1 r BESTSale ON EARTH Cooke Red Ash Jellico Beatty C I ville and New Diamond UUkI ED BLANTON CO IlMiII and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax Ii PUBLISH ItD EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Incorporated Printing Co A D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and 1 PRICE 100 PER YEARIiIK ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements- For Precinct and City Offices 00 For County Offices m 10 For State and District Office 15 For Call per the For Cardi per line For all publications in the Interest of In dlrldnalior expression of Individ ual views per line 10 Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY MAY 9 19C Announcements FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce JUDO E COHN W IIUQKBS of Mercer county asscandidate to represent the Eighth sional District of Kentucky in Congress to succeed Hon O O lllbert subject to the no tion of the Democratic party 99 Iims speech recently delivered at Washington City President Roosevelt struck a note that sounded like tree son to those endeavoring to hoard the wealth of the nation or rather those who inherit the coveted wealth of the nation Under the feudal land law ofs Europe the proprietor of land was authorized to settle his landed holdings on the oldest son to descend indefinitely forever and forever from oldest son to oldest son As a result of this law ninety per cent of the wealth of the nation was transferred into the hands of Uss than ten per cent of the people In the United States under the ban of class legislation and special privileges a landed aristocracy rid vast fortunes have been built up at the expense of the people andas under the feudal land law of Europe from generation to generation the coveted wealth of this nation is being handed down to a few dissolute degenerate and indolent heirs And President Koosevdlt expressed the opinion that it might soon becom necessary to adopt an inheritance tax n orour that the people might protect themselves against fortunes swollen beyond all healthy limits Mr Roosevelt avoided the use of tht term inheritance tax but from the tenor of his remarks these words de yHoweverality of an Inheritance tax and also believe it would be almost impossible to have such a law enacted Besides the public would derive benefit from the inheritance tax only on one occasion while under an income tax law like that passed during Clevelands last administrationand which by an adverse decision of the Supreme Court i of the United States was declared un rigandThe difference beLween an inheritance tax and nn income tax is plainly dis placesthoAnd as one of the greatest authorities has written The subjects of every state oupht to contribute toward the lyIre proporttvelyenjoy under the protection of state Therefore if we are to he Jftier let it be an income tax as tIll the more just and equitable- of the two and far more benelicial to sJLiety But If Mr Roosevelts lan gfiage means anything we believe it means an inheritance tax Yet when we stop and consider his declamation beyondhealthyirnits conclude they have been swollen by mighthavilet In extenuation that the special prfvileges enjoyed by these mn of fortunes swollen beyond ill heathy limits must be withdrawn in order that equal rights may be os amongAnother all tion with thls was the fact that while Mr Ro01evelt was delivering liholding Dthatmuch inflated and pointing with prido rstothe ship subsidy sccordingto tire a original hill a 9OOOOOOannual steal and that several of the departments ghavethe present light of information we are led to believe that Mr Roosevelt is terribly twisted and occupies this singular position Ho would undeBtake to put a upon healthylimitslIytax and then he would turn around and make It possible for these for tunes to undergo the swelling process again behind the giant tariff wall an dtby and through the infamous ship in subsidy What do you think about itP ttDeafness Cannot Be Curedth cannotrearhThere Is only QuA wav to cure deafness and that IB by constitutional remedies Deafness IB caused by an inflamed con ditlon of the mucous lining of the Ens rEflamedyouimperfect bearing and when it is en tirely Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be a1normalstroyed foraver nine casea out of tenCQ are caused by Catarrh which is noth ing but an inUamed condition of the the nfWefor say IfM jot eaniw caused bfca on lrrti that cinviu hs ured by Halls the rl1FJUnENEYTike iDruggliThclon lMIn of m We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaus tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about it niess there Is dally action of the bowels poisonous products are absorbed ciuiiiE head ache Wllousnfii nausea dTipewla aiid ibm preventing the 1U best work Avers fill ate llrer pw Act gently all regetable ilAL11Madouers VIGORII We bays no secret WO PUDUIn the formnlai of alt our medicines Major tSonums Reminiscences Beflnnineln 1230 Early usury of Hailson County Gurminjly Portrayed for theIReaders ot the Utmax- REMINISCENCE No 4 During my college life at Yale it was part of the curriculum that the seniors attend the Medical school lectures on anatomy physiology and medical jurisprudence Tho faculty wan omposedif professors amonI the most distinguished in New England Dr Jonathan nlfcht Dr Wm Turley and Dr Nathan H Smith the latter of whom was afterwards called to one of the chairs Transylvania University- at Lexington I greatly enjoyed these lectures and am sure that all college ttients no matter what avocation tliSy intend to follow should be so instructed For my observation has been that very few in after life add much to the pure science thus obtained Of all the sciences that of medicine has in the past twentyfive years esi ec iallv in the department of sarpery made more rapid strides than another An entire revolution has been wrought in the treatment of ordinary Jiseases Ice has become the great remedy in fevers Dr Sangrado nod bloodletting are out of date Men die of maladies now unheard of a century ago Trained nursing is a profession riie knife of the skilled surgeon makes its way into almost every part Of the human frame It is now ascertained that appendicitis a disease then unknown had lor ages and generations carried oil thousands of our race annually but that it is now curable same is said of tetanus tubercul osis IUd hydrophobia Splendid hospitals have been erected for the care of the sick and it is claimed ihat human longevity has been prolonged Meanwhile State Medical 3ocieties have been organized and cothed by unwise legislation oowers arbitrary and despotic beg pardon I have been led into this prefatory strain perhaps unwisely ill tending to devote this paper to the memory of those who fifty years more ago followed in our commu the healing art These physicians AnthonyRollins Letcher Dr has J Walker Dr John Scott Dr A R McKee Dr A B Lyman Dr John Harris and Dr Robert C Chenault Of those the first named Dr Rollins was undoubtedly the most eminent Born in the state ot Penii sylvania he was graduated in the Jefferson Medical College and became resident of Richmond Ky In the year 1805 He soon acquired and maintai a large and lucrative practice in ti most prominent and Influential lam il all over Madison county A man commanding presence cf great personal dignity and cordial manners name was a household word longsdi he had left Madison and had settled on his magnificent landed estate r RoRhport Mo Dr Rollins was mar in 1811 to Miss Sarah Harris Rodes a daughter of Judge Robert Rodes a soldier in the Revolutionary army and who had emigrated to Kentucky from Albemarle County Virginia and became In this state a judge of County Quarter Sessions Court In 1S21 he built a fine mansion on Lancaster avenue now known as jvinton A beautiful home very tractive to me as that in which born his youngest daughter wi long and beautiful life ended two y ago at Burnam Wood1 Devoting himself in his western home exclusively to agriculture he quit medical prac ce even in his own family calliqj on- ccasions when needed the services of r James Bennett who had married a oldest daughter lie died in October 115 having bv his will bequeathed large fund now amounting to 550000 for purposes of education and the income from which fund has been of vast ood in the education of ninny poor ut worthy students especially such expressed the wish to become Nit ula tera of the Gospel Dr Itollins was at is death a faithful member of ho- aptlBt Church His son the Hon James S Bollins a statesman of broad national reputation died in January 1888 and next to Thomas H Bent on was generally recognized as the most illustrious citizen of Missouri These men should be her representatives the American NationalHall of Fame Dr H S Venable was recognized asa good physician He was an lderinI e Presbyterian Church and an exemplary man His house was on theI lot on whiCh now stands the splendid mansion of Senator MciJrearyIII memory oDr Venablo isindlstincf and I am not sure that he continued toa side here all his life This I do w el- imenber He had a largo number of beautiful daughters They were like the waves of the Summer as one dies Another as pleasing and shining mes on Dr William R Letcher was one ot earliest physicians who opened an 1ce in this town He belonged both his paternal And maternal side to most distinguished people iirGar cd countywhere he was born One iilaAincl 8Sob9rt P L tchori pie leg a member of Con ret GovernQrls Ksntaeky ad United tatelilfJj ea ter to Mexico Ills uncle George Robertson was also in Congress and Chief Justice of Kentucky and was recognized throughout the Republic as one of the greatest of merfeanjuristfl This was the declared opinion of exDanieldato Viro is fame indeed Dr byinmade to run the gauntlet of Indian arrows and tomahawks His youth of thcausewife Vas a daughter of Gen Hugh White of Clay county and the mother of our townsman Wm E Letcher Sr After her death he married the widow of Mr Harvey Chenault a member of one ot the large and influential families of that name so widely known Mr Wm R Letcher Jr is the only repw reentative of that union grandson a graduate of Yale and a fomembeofonly add of Dr Letcher that he had a high rank as a physician represented the county in the State Legislature was charitable to the poor whom he often served without fee or reNard His home in Richmond was the house now occupied by Mr John Dotv corner Main and Seventh streets lathenent in our county history Be first studied and practiced medicine in St Louis with Dr David Walker butte turning to this town married a daugh ter of Mr Tarlton Embry and secured a large practice He was a very popular citizen and most lovable gentleman He represented the county in the State Senate and House of Representatives and accumulated a fine estate His home was adjacent to the town and is now owned by Mrs Luxon situated on the Tales Cieek turnpikewDr John Scot county was graduated in the Transylvania Medical School and settling first n Kirksvillo and then in Richmond married a daughter of Gen Samuel Estlll who lived on Silver Creek below Barnes mill Some time prior to the Civil War he went to Howard County Mo but like many others who leave Kentucky came back to his Old Ken tusky Home He was a member of the Methodist Church and died with the esteem of many friends for his character both as a physician and a citizen Dr Alexander R McKee after a full practice in Richmond for many years went to Missouri and returned from that state to Danville Ky where a number of years ago he passed away respected as he had ever been in Richmond by all who knew him His most excellent wife was a daughter of Dr M L Ash y long a prominent merchant of Richmond He built and bad his home where now the Pattie A Clay Infirmary is maintained Dr A B Lyman was a New Yorker by birth first settled at Itogersville this county afterwards removed to Richmond became a partner at one time in practice with Dr Walker was married to Miss Belle Field and died very suddenly in the prime of man hood leaving many friends who lamented his untimely death The Lymans were a very distinguished family in New York and New England many of whom were graduates of the best Eastern colleges and called to much honored positions in public life heDr John M Harris was born iu Mad ison county sprung from an old an1 honored Virginia stock was a classmate in the Transylvania school of Dr Scott He was a safe conservative practicioner and had a wide and exten sive number of patients He was my family doctor and 1 had in his jude dutytHe acquired a large fortune and was worthy of it all He was not only a devotee to his profession but a great lenningsitysJr Robert C Chenault engaged inn practice in Richmond alone and as a partner of Dr Harris He was born in Madison and after a successful career ill Richmond was appointed by Uov McCreary Superintendent of the Eastern Lunatic Asylum of Lexington and held that position for a number of years He afterwards returned to Richmond paSfedahis brothers Col D Waller Chenault cavalryIeto battleosr of his brothers the Hon A T Chen itermay worn exemplary members of the Baptist Church and rankerher 8 of the profession in Richmond not named if so I can only say with Dumas Memory has its twilight in which many souvenirs fade away eThese notices have been limited thus far to the members of the medical pro fcsslon of the long distant past who tortfolasphyslseremwas of Foxtown lie was an unbending Dem ocrat and I was a Whig but lam proud to recall him as one of my earliest friends and clients He was an excellent man his home was the abode of hospitality his heart and hands were open to every generous impulse and he had that high sense of duty of what he owed to his fellowman and what he owed to Him who was the great physician sAt Kirksville Drs Hann Downton and Doorse all gentlemen of excellent character were successful physicians Of these Dr Dooms survives and Is a resident of Lincoln county Dr John D Maupiu obtained his degree attire Louisville Medical school but after a few years practice abandoned the profession and now lives on a splendid farm near White Station In his class was a brotherofthe writer Dr Bennett Burnara who died in 1851 t the early age of twentyfive of bron dual consumption His qualifications for success were of a very high order scholarly patient gentle assiduous in the discharge of every duty and fitted for the treat change which comes to- lla mankind He gave up this lie Ion n unending one AH these physicians of whom 1 have made mention belonged to the Allo patlno School Any other Would have been hardlv tolerated at that day With them calomel was the king of medicines They did not send pre scriptions to druggists to be filled but carried in their Own grips their medicines and remedies and themselves administered them Now we have every shade ofOpinlon on medical sub iects Hydropathe Osteopathea Eo ctksBoueeptha Christian Sciezi- ttsand a host of others all having raNt adrHa I J Natures Way Is Best The function strengthenIng and tissue building plan of treating chronic linger and obstinate cases of disease nS purling Dr Pierce Is following after Natures plan of restoring health Ho uses natural remedies that Is tracts from native medicinal roots epared processes wrought out by the expenditure of much time and money the use of alcohol and skillful combination In Just the right oportlonL Used as ingredients t Dr Pierces Gplden Discovery Black Cherry bark Queens root Golden Seal root Bloodroot and Stone root specially exert eir Influence In cases of lung bronchial throat troubles and this Discov E BYS Is therefore a sovereign remedy for bronchitis laryngitis chronic coughs catarrh and ailments The abovo native roots also have the strongest possible endorsement from the medical writers of all the several schools of practice for the cure not only of the diseases named above but also for Indigestion torpor of liver or biliousness obstinate constipation kidney and adder troubles and no matter here located Ton dont have to take Dr Pierces sayso alone as to this what he claims r his Discovery Is backed up by tho ritIngs of the most eminent men In tho medical profession A requeST by postal card or letter addressed to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y for a little book of extracts from eminent medical authorities endorsing the ingredients of his medicines will bring a free that is worthy of attention If needing a good safe reliable remedy of known competition for the cure of almost any old chronic or lingering malady Dr PIerces Pleasant Pellets cure con gentleiaxatlveThe most valuable book for both men and women is ur nerces Common Sense Medical Ad viser A splendid 1003page volum with engravings and colored plates A paper overed be sent to anyone sending 21 cents In onecent stamps to pay the cost of mailing only to Dr RV Pierce BuffaoN Y Clothbound 31 stamps Meanwhile the stern and unbending summons dust thou art and unto ust shalt thou return remains and ill remain Death has tor his own all times all agencies and all ages almost beautifully expressed in that poem of William Knox so greatly ad mired by President Lincoln Why should the spirit of mortal be proud The battlefield the earthquake the tornado the ocean storm the land epidemic homicide suicide the thunderbolt the myriad forms in which the pale and shadowy one moves on to his triumphant close against then there is no earthly power with which to cope The physician cannot measure arms with this all em bracing conquered But to him is reserved the duty ofjeaming how best to assuage pain arid suffering to relieve sorrow and arrest disease And a noble calling it isv Worth all the millions spent In the election and endowment of hospital asylums aud other splendid charities which link together the great human brotherhood The won hy medical corps of our day will not fret at any complimentary memorials naid their predecessors but inspired by the examples and fame of McDowell Dudley Bush and the long roll of eminent Kertuckiaus to go no further back in medical history let them labor for greater advancement in the profession assured with the gifted authoress of Deronda that the best reward of one duty discharged Is found in increased rapacity to fulfil another May 3190 C F B PERSONAL LywasMr Hal Cockrill of Irvine was the city Monday Mrs Henrv Pickels has been vislt ing in Lexington Miss Lucy Adams has returned from Clarktolmnty Miss Willie May Jnrman visited Lexington last week Mr Elihu Campbell of Irvine tended court here Monday visitinJherMrs E L Clark was hostess at a Flinch party Fi iday afternoon The Cecilitn Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs W S Oldham Rev F M Hill has returned from a visit to his children at Perryville LexingtonisMr Stewart Jones of Fayette coun ty was among the Court Day crowd Mr Sfm Hamilton of Wiseman town was a visitor here Court Day forNewness Lexingtonwas weekSMr Jo Thurman has had for his Lexington Harrodsburgfs NolandMr H R Smith of Versailles AWoolumsMrs Charles Soper is visiting her parents Mr and MM Georgo Harmon in Boyle County officdhaschester Ohio Mrs D L Cobb of Cynthiana was rtylastMrs EL Powell of Louisville sisterMrsMrs Hanly Nippert returned to rCOOKwH GAS I A GAS 1J1 RANGE UFE I WORTH IIVJN GANDJ TIME TO t lit L jI J fl Cincinnati after s visit to her par elvIs Mr ndMrtJ D Dykes isses Annie and Ethel Heacox of Lexington are visiting their sister Mrs Elmer Deaiherage 1 Mrs A W SnUth has accepted the position of bookkeoper at ttte Electric Light officebMiss Rosa Miller of Versailles spent last week tfith her cousin Mrs Goucher Midwayhasllccepted telephone company The Foreign Missionary Societyyof the First Presbyterian meet Friday afternoon Mr John Peters of Mt Sterling is the pleasant guest of his sons Messrs Mike and Jack Peters this week Mr Chester Reese of Winchester has been awarded the contract for wiring the new Oldham building Mrs E G Clnrk of Milford Ohio and Miss Ella Clark of Cincinnatitaare guests oJ Colonel Clarkfr Mr and Mrs T J Smith attend the cotillion given by Girls German Club of Lexington last Friday evening thGrorgoEWoolumsThe entire faculty of Caldwel 3dayConvention Mr and Mrs J W Hamilton of Lancaster were here Monday Mr Hamilton spoke Monday afternoon at the Court House Rev G W Shepherd pastor of the Baptist church is attending the Southern Baptist Convention in Chat lanooga this week Miss Mollie Fife entertained at an all day party last Thursday the morning being devoted to Flinch and thu afternoon to euchrejMrs J S C gave a ii g Sunday complimentary to Mr LihertyMof Richmond Jessamine NewsyMrs G W Pickels and Mrs Thom as H Pickels wid be guests of honor this afternoon scan elegant tea to be given oy Miss Elizabeth Robinson of Winchester who will on next Wed nrgday become the bride of Mr G W Pickels Jr The following citizens attended the IcChordWoodsonScrivener trial in Winchester last week Judge N B Turpin Hon R W Miller John H Gibson S H Thorpe Joe Wager DeatheragIIhenaull and B K Duncan Mr Ed Cornciison uho recently riderwent a sersous operation for jail stone in a Louisville Hospital returned home last Friday lIe is able to be out and although a little thin manyiendscome hime and are rejoiced to sue hitS on the road to health Miss Mary Louise Deatherage the young daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmer Deatberage celebrated hir ninth birthday last Friday afternoon from three to five A large crowd Utile friends responded to invitations If the young hostess and two happy hours weresoentin childhoods games ne feature was a fish pond from which each guest drew a pleasing souvenir l el CICUS refreshment vere served and all went awaywish ing their hostess many returns of the ietpPy occasion Mrs J R Pates morning prty si Wednesday was one of the roost njoyable of tbe several social func ions of last week Flinch was the principle feature seven tables being used in the progressions The violet inea was carried out to the minutest Jo ttyall intviolets For lunch cloths the hostess n td conceived the pretty idea of join 1tecomat1onaid c tkes in the color scheme yere erved While the refreshments were dug served the guests were handed paperhichontest Dainty violet covered boxes of bonbons were given as souvenirs hose who enjoyed the delightful litality the hostess were Mesdames ouis Schlegel G B Tniley Joe lloggs H C Jasper J VArno1d- Gtorge Simmons Hugh McLellan E- Ir Clark It E Turley T T Coving ton Sam McGinn G E Lilly W D Oldham Dan Harber Henry Piekels Walter Azbill Z T Rice G W Pick els J R Williams Falmouth A D Mil ler Elmer Deatherage Ida Norris Har Vj Brock S P Deatherage Miss Elizabeth McGulre Lizzie and Maga ret Wilmore Sue Deatherage Mrs B L banks Miss Mabel Letton Mrs N H tioucher and Miss Rosa Miller of Versailles Absence from unavoidable reasons prevented our giving more than a superbmusical AprilIt 28 i function that has taken place in Richmond for years The hostess assist by Miss Bessie Miller received gcests at the door in a most charming manner Mrs Hanger was hand Snuely gowned in exquisite taste snowy white enriched with lace and luoked more like a bride than a hos tess for a musical function Deft theflowerstransformed into a bower of roses re mindingone of Florida Invitations Lad been sent out to the number of respondsInstead m Therets Money mItF- or you to Light your Store and ResIdence lightiwith your neighbors who ue- sWelsbach Gas Arc Lamp Can you afford to get along with the electric light you are using when you can g i 700 Candle Power Light at 2 centsI per hour Its lizht too that is stronger clearer better on r r deviceIu Richmond Water and Light- Com pany Mala Street Telephone 82 t t r 1 I ili INew 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 purchasing We have added a nice line 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 uarantee it to stand for ten years Call and let us furnish ou estimates of papering or painting Very Truly PERRY THOMAS PHONE mkeom the outside and It was refresb rlng to see how the members enjoyed the change The program was ten dered in a way to surprise the guests for though it was recognized on opportunitiesConservatory and had trav ed in Europe hearing the finest music there though all this was true et few know hoW perfectly at home he hostess was in renderingclassic Italian music in that richest of all languages She not only surprised but charmed her guests In addition to all this she accompanied Professor Taylor on the violin and did it in such a way that all could see that she understood music to be the first translation of the souls feelings rofessorTayloi is a virtuoso possessing some of the rare touches of genius that mark Nicolo Paganini He is a master of his instrument and makes it talk out the passions of his wn soul Miss Eleanor Pearson was just as much of the real artist on the piano as was Professor Taylor on the violin or the hostess in song She is a child of genius and one of the finest ianists that Richmond has heard for ears She shows to fine advantage the careful training for years at the Metropolitan Conservatory of Music New York City under the gifted Madame Wickes The music loving ones around Richmond will be glad to know that Miss Pearson will return to our city for another year to give us the benefit of her culture and skill Miss Eva Smith also took part in the program and reflected credit on her- early teacher at the Baltimore Acade my of music the wife of the organist of the Cathedral Also of the work done under Mrs Generally of St Louis Kroegers most billlant pupil and the work under Miss Pearson After the completion of the propram the guests were invited to the dining room a mimic bower of flowers where a delightful collation Vas served after which they departed for borne with warmest praises for the ideal hostess and the talent she had invited to take part in the function The program follows Wieniawskl Legcnde Op 1- 7AndanteAUecrolIoderato Maestoso Mr Taylor Jensen Nlemann Murmuring Zephyrs Miss Smith JenoHuflamzoAatatOnMnzart Un Poco MaxnrttmU1Paderewikl Minuet Minuet Op7 OrlegM Sm- ithlodardAdagio PatbeUqne Mr Taylor Hcens Ed Aria Qounods Canione Del Ho dl Thai Fanst BaneerD C Sharp Mieor Sites Smith Do l3erIoLFaitaete Stir Scene de Ballet 01100 Mr Taylor achinaninoftPieiude C Sharp Mi- norboplnScherzo BFatllnor DEATHS Mr and Mrs Charles Dudley have the sympathy of their friends in tht loss of their little son whose death occurred last Wednesday after a brief illness of whooping cough Mr an Mrs Dudley have ben living in Paris fof some time but were here vis iting when their sad bereavement came Short services were conducted Thursday afternoon by Rev Hugh Mi Lellan after which interment took plac in the Richmond cemetery CLAY News has reached here of the death of Washington K Clay winch occurred at Henderson Colorado on April 28th Decflased was a brother to Mr O E Clay of this city Lost Somewhere between Pirltnond and lane going into Louis Francis place on the Irvine Pike an ortened face silver watch with monogram on back of same Finder will please return to undersign ed E PEATHERAOE Notice to trtdltors All persons having claims against the estate of Mrs Elizabeth Davis de ceased are requested to file same withI the undersigned properly required by law en or before May 15 1906 or same will bo barred apr84t LYMAX PABKSH Adtnr To The People of Madison Co ty You are earnestly urged to send in at over to the Madison County Home- jr ComingCommitee time names and ad dresses of all your relatives aud 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 R W MILLKR Chairman tf C F H ion INS Sec Now is the Time to leave orders for eAABfor setting Order early and yon wont have to wait when your hens havA gone to setting I theWhite Plymouth Rocks Fishels Strain and they have made the worlds record on laying They grow fastar and are healthier Eggs 100 per 15 A Rood hatch guaranteed CD MILLEK Richmond Ky Why Not Get a Piano or Cecilian We sell then on terms that will pay you to buy Do not rent when you can purchase on about the same payments and get a fine piano Our fall stpck is complete and what you want rou will find in our store We have a lot ofOrgans that have had some use that we are making wonderful discounts on Call in and hear the Cecilian Piano or the Cecilian the only perfect player tatt tm 1tti eeO 11WMMII 4V4t Lcxtactoa In nIy r Pim1esIemove Freckles and nr vax W- XTUNADINOLA IFormerly advertised and sold as SatlnoU 1 t A few applications will remove tan ot aallownes and restore the beauty of youth NADINOLA is guaranteed and money refunded If It fails to remove freckles pimples liverspots collar discoloration Htclfbfn disfiguring eruptions etc ifl twenty days Leaves the skin soft deaf and healthy Endorsed by thousands Price 50 cents and 100 by all leading druggists or by mail Prepared by National Toilet Co Paris Tenn n 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 tibeautifulfinish with extra foot and bone fint knee and hock action weighs 1200 pounds Extended pedigree furnished applicationWhen a big stylish boref you dont have to look for a buyer they hunt you Black Pilot breeds thai kind Look after your mares and breed to this great hors- eROBERT WALKER RICHMOND Ky I THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO 1 TRANSIT COMPANY t CONNECTING CLEVELAND Y and BUFFALO WHILE YOU SLEEP NIGhT SERVICENEW STEAJUIS CITY OF BUFFALO CITY OF ERIE Both together being without doubt all respect the finest and fastest that are run in the interest of the traveling public in the United State TIMC CAPID DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAY ARRIVE Clersland8pil Buffalo 630 an Bnffli 8 pm Cleveland 630 amI CINTKIL TIE OHCMf ACCOMPANIES STEAMER Connection made at Buffalo with trains for sit Eastern and Canadian points at Clertlaad for Toledo Detroit and West and Southwest TkxsU alar1f IS ALL Br will W tutiM M ISIS cu Sttsmtrs wllli at extra cup special Low Rates Cleveland to Buffalo aad Nightipo t- Ask Ticket Agents for tickets via CB Line Send four cents for illustrated pamphlet WF HERMAN 6 P Cleveland CM Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Eo B Hume Admr PIRlnLffl againstE Defendant All person having claims against the estate of W S Hume are hereby notified to flue same IrgaUyerlfid with the undersigned on or before the 18th lay of Slay 1906 or same will be barred T II COLLINS Master Commissioner Madison Circuit Com Had dyspepsia or indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured me JH Walker SunburyOhio We take pleasure in announcing to our trade our advance styles in all the latest creations in Band Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etc for Waists anci Dresses Also all staple goods such as Ging hams etcPostal us for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attentior Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE RICHMOND KY j rt THE GRANDEST DISPLAY OF SHOESis J Mens 5 Shoes stand ahead of them all C Their 350 Shoes and Oxfords have no equal for the same price r Ladies Oxfords just arrived 350 J grade suits the taste of aUj1t 250 and 3 Shoes and are V 1IJ W Masters CoSuc- cessors to Jug P Trlbble Main Street two doors below Madison National Bank Main Street Richmond Ky Sre3 S Cut Flowers and Blooming Plants AT ALBERTSPHONE a tTheHandsomest Line of BUGGIESC A Road Wagons and Vehicles of all sorts ever seen in Richmond has been re A by thee T tceivedMidkiff Carriage Works which is doin business at the same old ttI f l tbuyingbest blacksmithing department in our city All tJ kinds of work done quickly and well by the most L Jcompetent workmen They make a specialty of kt Painting and Trimming Tt J Their Rubber Tiring is fully guaranteed and none j tJ but the very best grade of rubber is used The v A Victor International Good Year or any brandof t s tire the customer prefers can be put on Try us we w r will please you S Electric Light Has No Equoll i 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 do + Heat your curling irons5 y oJ3oilmilk tea or coffee Heat your laundry irons Run your sewing machiues t Heat hot water bags for the sickroom 4 Irifact heres nothing you cant 3o r All on meteryou pay for what you use no more See the i latest electric lights The G E M High Efficiency High Candle Power Lamps are current savers and light producers r Richmond Electric Power Go Sfchkjel Building Telephone 486 t t I IIr r I l1J1 a r JBtoi y zifZrrffmn jf f mil F tUlit Weve aUthe other kinds too for T more or less Surreys Runaboutsles B i If out modtl Phone 232 C HIGGINS HOW ABOUT A NICE we have every facility and have In our employ a man of long experience and you can find us at time R Jr142 142 1 he Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1906 Girl wanted to clerk in restaurant Apply Gus Delmuth tf Dont miss Dr Smiths lecture at the First Presbyterian church Friday night The Cecilian Club concert will be given Saturday nght May 12 at Ma sonic Temple J W Coyle of this County sold to Tyler Hampton of Lincoln two young Jacks for 800 By attending the Cftcilian Club con cert Saturday night you will assist in a orthy undertaking Richmond is on the map and dont forget It When our people want a a new enterprise and go after it in- earnesttheyu8Ually get it the Kentucky stale Fair will be held in Lexington again this year and it is most likely that that city will be chosen as the permanent location Dont let the baby suffer from era ema or any itching of the skin Doans Ointment gives instant relict cures qui ckly Pefectly safe for children All druggist sell it- Thurman wants your hide but Elmer Deatherage want vour wool He pays top notch pries It will pay you to see him Get your sacks at Douglas Cultjns Constipation causes headache ban sea dizzlnesalangnor heart palpitation Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure Doans Reeuleta act gently and cures conitipa tfon 25 cents Ask your druggist Stock Report W R Locknane of Winchester sold to Mr R N Katliff a mule colt seven days oil for 110 Mr RatlHf also bouglt a suckling mule for 125 Will Return to Kentucky Rev T S Hubert formerly of this city but who now has charge of a church in Alabama has been called to Riirbonrville and will come back to A Womans Hlna feelingly remarks Only a womans mind can corapa s the reasoning that makes that sex cut off ten cents worth of sleeve in order to wear four dollars worth ot gloves Almanac Meeting The Alumae Association of Caldwell High School wilt hold its annual busi ness meeting on Wediiesbay May 11 tb at 8 oclock at the school building All members are urged to be present Mrs J W Hamilton President Circuit load The regular term of Circuit Court commenced Monday with Judge Benton presiding The following gentlemen compose the grand jury C T Fish Foreman J W Marin T J fcmitb Dudley Tribble George Hume J R Cox George Pbelps M Cov J M Risk W D Dunbar Kit Maupin and Thompson Rurnam WELCOME Mr and Mrs George Noland are welcoming a daughter at their home on Fifth street Mrs Noland was form ely Miss Sesle Brooks of Union city Mr and Mrs John D Goodloe Jr of Whites Station are receiving congratula tion over the birth of a fine daughfer on last Friday CedlUn Concert According to previous announce ments the concert by the Cecilian Club for the benefit the Pattie A Clay will be given Saturday night of this week at the Opera House instead of Masonic Temple as stated in our last issue the change having been recently made This concert is for a most worthy cause one dear to the hearts of our community at large This undertaking on the part of the ladles of the Cecilian Club Is highly commendable and should receive the heartiest support of our people The program is a delightful one and will be rendered by some of Richmond best talent The are 5ocents for lower floor and 25 cts for gallery Don t fall to at tend this concert and by thus doing yon will enjoy an evening of music and song also help in a worthy cause Our I PbaetanIprobably contains more real dollar for dollar value than anything you could seUct It is fitted with our guaranteed rubber tires of large size natural grain seat trimmings rockers covered with patent leather full leather torn with guaranteedOur 13000 and vebidesit concernedaboutKentucky Carriage Works F CONCRETE PAVEMENT priceRemember yourCELLAR W LetcherTelephone Telephone Richmond KenuckyOnly TheeditoroftheMaysvilleBullentin ot 13000 For Storage Mr E Deatherage the Wool King of Taylorstoring the large quantities of wool which he is daily tryingCBe On Hani The regular meeting of thr comm Thurdayattendance is desired as there is busi ness if importance to be transacted To Be Organized ofPlodgewillfrom Lexington Winchester and other cities will send teams and will give IIC military drill which will be well worth seeing The Texas Wonder Cures all Kldnej Bladder and Rheu c matic ortwoStLouis1loimonlals Omaylyr Qoatterly Heeticf Quarterlymeeting MNelsonservices and a full attendance ot mem hers is desired Stills Destroyed Captainrevsand gallons of beer on Buffalo last Fii day warrants were sworn out for the arrest of operators of both placeBeat tyville NewsiAssigned to This Uty Newporthas bythemann Father Bocklage is well known throughout the State Dr HeCormack to Speak here Dr J N McCormack of Bowline Green Ky Secretary of the State Board of Health will speak at the I Jpnrt House on fay 17th at 2 oclock pm Dr McCormack is one of the most Prominent physicians in the state and is well known aa an interesting speaker His lecture is not intended for physicians only but for every one Come and bring your friends 2t rTiimnatlon for Common school bndoates For those who have faithfully completed the prescribed course of study a in the common schools of Madison county an examination will he held at the County Superintendents office on the second Friday and Saturday in May a All who pass said examination will be granted certificates of graduation signed by the county board bearing the approval and official seal of the State Superintendent of Public In struction County teachers examina tion will be held on the third Friday and Saturday in May also an examination for colored teachers on the a fourth Friday and Saturday in Maya JOHN NOLAND Co i3npt Richard Mitchell Held on Charge of Forgery A special telegram from Winchester to Lexington Herald says A young man giving his name as Richaid G Mitchell and claiming to be from Beattyvllle Ky was arrested this aftnrnoom on a charge of forgery and in default of bail was held over by JnJue Pendleton in jail to await his examining trial which is set for3 oclock tomorrow afternoon His ballwas fixed at 350 which be was unable to give Mitchell presented a check on the Winchester Bank for 350 signed with the name of Robert Profit The teller saw that the name of Profit was misspelled and started to call Profit oy r the telephone Mitchell took ocheck and said he would be back in a few minutes and disappeared Profit stated that he didnt even know the fellow and the police were notified and alter a chase in streets arrested him In his flight he tore up the check and threw it away but it was recovered in pieces by the police He had in his possession when arrested several bank checks on the Richmond Citizens National Bank of Richmond Ky and the check on which he attempted to get money was one of these with the Richmond Banks name marked out and the Winchester Bank written above it Mitchell is a yonng fellow apparently between twentyfive and thirtyfive years old I4Ik We can act for you in many capaci ties and we will faithfully strive to protect your interests Call at our place oi business and talk it overjState Bank Bank STrust Co ttIG SERBE WT I Panama Hats We are the recognized Panama leaders in this sec iQ tion Largest stock to choose from the best styles and extra quality for the price f 5to8Everything in Summer Hats from lOc up l County Examiners Mr J B Million and Mips Maude Mason have been appointed by Super ntemlent Noland to act ns County Ev tminers Both of these young people ire well qualified for this responsible nsitirn Mr Million is a graduate of Vutral University and has taught many rcboolsin this countyllfS Mason whoI an alumnus of Madison Institute is ne of the efficient teachers at Caldwell High School Preachers In Five different Counties Rev J N Colton of this city who is i Hard Shell variety in talking of his ministerial work stated that re preached in five different counties inthe state during each month Rev Julton has four charges in different mountain counties and on every find Sunday he fills the pulpit at the old rvHvanaugh Church near this City This large field of work is not enjoyed by many preachers of the Gospel Honor roe ronner Richmond EOT Judge Charles H Breck has received letter from his son Charles Breck Jr vhicn bears the news of a recent distinguished honor shown him He has been nominated by acclamation for State Legislator of Oregan Mr Breck who is whole Sale Commission Merchants a former Richmond boy but has been living in the far west ror quite a number of vears He has many old friends here wi o are glad to know of tlrs honor so justly bestowed Death of Aged Colored Woman Henry Deatherage aged 95 years ud his vile Mony agel 93 lived to on a farm near town This ged couple who were respected by everybody regardless of color have been married sixtyfive years living honored useful life with never a charge against them On April 26th Aunt Mony quietly fell asleep leaving her life companion feeble old and gray waiting for his summons to the the other shore This venerable cou pIe were old time darkies befo de war style and were slaves of Mr AI M Dfatherage father of our esteemed citizen Mr N B Deatherage Uncle Elenrv old and lonelv sits at iIcabin door sighing for the day wh n he too shall cross to the bright and shining shore A Narrow Escape Rev K M Hill pastor of the Meth dist Church this city has just returned from a visit to his children in Boyle county He relates a rather thrilling experience he had with an infuriated cow while there The cow was the property of his relatives and for some cause was trying to catch and overpower the children In his efforts to rescue the little ones Mr Hill was attacked by the cow which threw him down and before help reached him the angry beast had succeeded irr pawing him heavily and was using every effort to gore him Luckily his cries attracted help and the animal was overcome Mr Hill was considerably bruised in his combat but his many friends congratulate him on his escape Ire m a horrible death Election Of Teaches The school board met last Wednes day night lor the purpose of electing teachers for Caldwell High School It Is indeed gratifying to know that the entire faculty was reelected with the exception of Superintendent Brock This matter was left open and will be decided at a later time Two new teachers will be added to the already splendid corps but no selections have made as yet Richmond le just1vproud of her splendid public cboolA test of her superiority jfi the rank her graduates take amonp teachers professional aiml busines men Thtssch6isnearing the close of the most prosperous year is its history and ranks easily with the Nilltio The Stato Profewor RuweJI waa reeleted as principal af tte colored left epe HH Ul a Iftter d U r 1 THE KENTON BRAND No fabri made is more servicable and than Blue Serge provided you get the right kind of allwool kindwith rich lustrous color that does not fade And the tailoring is fully as important as the cloththe garments must Fit and have that Style and Character which the fine from the cheap All these points of excellence are found in our handmade Kenton Suits which are shown in the greatest variety in Blue Serges Black Thibets and Worsteds as well as fancy suits of every color and kind Special sizes for men of every build Kenton Suits 1250 TO 2500Suits 500 to IOOO Richmond Secures Normal School by Vote Special to ThP Climax Louisville Ky May 7th Richmond wIns And toAoee fowling Green Vote unanimous Shout the glad tidings along One of the many advantages in Richmond favor was the Pat tie A Clay InflrmHry supported by the city and county where sick students could be prop erly treated and cared for Their argument bad great weight and it now becomes the sacred duty of the Council and Fiscal Court to liberal ly provide for the support of this noble insti tutionThe above telegram Monday after noon stated that Richmond had secured the State Normal School by a unanimous vote The Com missioners met in Louisville Monday for the purpose of deciding this question which has been before the public for quite a while Although it was almost a certanity that our city would be favorably considered we are glad to know for sure that such an Institution will be in our midst Last Tuesday the commissioners visit ed Richmond and were greatly im pressed with the place her beautiful homes well equipped business houses and other public necessitiesand most of all with the famous and imposing Old Central University buildings and grounds whfch was offered to the state for tho location of tlmschool No town in the state has ever offered such induce ments and so liberal an offer could not well be refused The Commercial Club i f which MrB L Ranks is President has been untiring in its efforts to place before the state and herdifferent committees the many benefits and the liberal offers made by our town Richmond should feel greatly indebted to this Club for the interest shown and the efforts made and to their repeated efforts is largely due the decision reached Monday No town in the state the size of Richmond can boast of more business thrift and progress Our cit izen at large are on the alert to make this even a more beautiful city than at present All lines of business profes sional and otherwise are flourishing and all shout with one accoid hurrah for the Normal School But few perhaps fully realize what such an institution wilt mean to this community It will bring yearly into our midst a great body of students which fa alone means an increase in alt lines of bush ness Hons J A Sullivan R W Miller W R Shackelford R E Turley and Mayor Woods were the gentlemen from here who went to Louisville Monday to attend the Com tnUsloneis meeting The other school went to Bowling Greet which oflered a 125000 site Hon R W Miller ol this city introduced the bill into the Legislature He submitted a deed to the Central University property which showed that the original tat of land was purchased by his Nat KreatJrand father for 1900 pounds flack from Sao trandsco Signor Ricci and Wife reached here Monday night fron San Francisco For years Rcci was an able assistant of our esteemed townsman Joe Gum cb gliani but several months ago he decided to locate in the far west and was there during the recent horrible earthquake disaster He and his wife who is a sister to Joe reached here with no baggage their only belongings being the clothes they wore They lost everything in the quake and fire They are both well and happy to be alive and among kinsman and friends once more and they have received a hearty welcome back to Richmond Rico stated that but a meagre con ception of the awful catastrophe could be gotten from newspaper accounts and that instead of hundreds being killed there were thousands No words c Hportraj the terrible and sudden ealarotty Siecis accounts are interest ing aad thrillIng and he has beeR the eetitre oa ewioae tfero g ever since he earn hfekp1e Mger to hear c- ihleperasiil experience which WCM rifyh g s i sIekifflag Low Cut Shoes Low Cuts grow in f vor every year and our stock is ready to meet the in creased demand All the newest shapes in Hanan and Beacons in Tans Patent Leather and Gun Metal 250 to 550All kinds of good Shoes for men and boys r Council Proceedings The Mayor and all counilmen eX cept Mr Oldham were present at the regular monthly meeting of the cotinci last Thursday evening The regular order of business was suspended and all attention was directed to the ques hon of an alley way between L R Rlantons coal yard on Third Street and Mr Ike Barmetts home the con testants being the above named gentlemen This contention regarding thisI disputedalley way is familar to all andI has bee n before the council on former occasions Mr Blanton was represented by Attorney W R Shackefordwho laid the matter wholly and fully betore ee body Messurs Barrnett and Blan ton were willing to compromise The city being partner to a suit flied by Mr Barnett both time and money couldI be saved if the council would agree to certain terms within their poweriHowever as the question WAS a lengthy and weighty one a comImttee composed of Messrs Gates Cov ington and Mershou was appointed to take the matter up with the lawyersi and report to the council at its in June Judge Rollins Burnam ad dressed the council in regard to the a location of the new City Hall arid advo cased the site oi the old Roberts HouseI He opposed the proposition of building it in the rear of the jail for the reason that it would be to uusanlt ary and such a ditlon would mar the beauty of tho square He insisted the erection rf athandsome durable structure of which wo as welt as generators to come willtbe proud Hon JA Sullivan next spoke and although he rather favorr ed the Court House site he stated that he did not want to see the beauty of the square ruined As one of the councilmen was hbsent this question was not decided Hon R W Miller addressed the council in behalf of the approaching Madison County Homecoming and asked the support of this body in the form of an appropriation Other speeches onibis question were madeby Hone J A Sullivan and W B Smith On motion of Senator Gates 250 was readily granted Mr A R Burnam Jr asked for five years exemp tion from taxation for the new Cooper age Company His request was granted The Mayor repqrted that Mr L E Pence had almost completed his investigation ot ilia citys aifairsand that a full report would be made at the uett meeting City tax supervisors with alfernates were appointed as follows East End J J Embry A E Caree University W A Laugforde John Allman West End WV Dougc las S H TLctrpe Time Board of Education was ordered paid St750 due and 15 license was ordered refunded to the Red Men tor their street fair and carnival The question of collecting back licenses ironi various corporations arose when in attorney representing the Lexing ton Brewing Co tt led t mat be would uegm paying license for this pieseru year provided that they were excused on back licenses which had never been collected In view of the fact that the Mayor had been ollecting back llcens es on different companies since his induction into office he stated that it would be unfair to collect some and let others go This matter was referred to the city attorney After granting a n number building permit the council adjourned NwflLuud Dr Addison Smith will deliver his famous lecture Half Round the I World b v steam or Wandering lirougb Europe Egypt and theHoly Land on Friday night of this week May 11th This lecture which has been heard in Bomeof the largest cIties of our counttv has received the highest praise from Critics Pulpit and Press Or Smith has visited every continent on the globe except one He will take his hearers over these scenes and tell hi a truly delightful way of his wandering M a most magnetic speaker and his toetttre will be a rare treat It you haveat secured a ticket 4o so at once TIM adniftftion Ie only twenty five eents Rwsember the dt and place Friday ailAt May 11 tIaot the First Preaby ttrUo Ofcttre- i UNo Cure No Pay4 Row B L Miidelton 5ells Hroffld the Guaran teed Cure for Catarrh R L MidilletOn has an unusual offer to make to our readers one that will b of the greatest value to many For some years B 1 Miildieton has been watching the results from the use of Hyomei a treatment for catarrh that cures bv breathing medicated air abso lutely without any stomach dOKtngThrt results have been ro universally sue ceHsfoll that he feels justified in making a public off T to treat the w rst of case citarrh in Richmond with the under standing that if Hyomei does not cnn the treatment will cost absolutely noth jug People who have spent large sums with catarrh specialists deriving but little benefit or the many who have swallowed stomach remedies in the vain hope of curing catarrh have ex perienced almost immediate relief from the use of Hyomei while tho continued treatment for a short time has resulted ll a complee and lasting cure The regular Hyomei outfit costs only one dollar and consists of a neat Docket inhaler that can be carried in thn purse or vestpocket a medicine dropper amid a bottleof Hyomei If Ibis s not enough for a cure extra bottles of Hvom ei ran be obtained for 50 cents B L Mid lleton posii I vely guarantees cure if Hvomei is used in accordance wits directions or he will refund the money WACO Mr John Thorpe of Louisville is ere Mis Helen Duncan who has been he guest of Miss May Christopher has rllu ned home to buy new goods Mr Manuel Taylor has returned rom Cincinnati where he has been for several weeks Mr and Mrs C B Hamilton and daughter Bssie Bonny spent Sunday with Mrs George Thorpe Miss Amie Engle is visiting Miss Catherine Rice at Meadow Brook tills week Mr Rum Zittle has returned from Clay City Miss Barber of Doylesville is visiting Mrs C W Williams P IL Rupard has returned from Cincinnati Mrs Allle Wallen and daughter Mary of 1td House are the guests of Mss Letu Taylor this week MrJlonrofl Lackey who has been in the dry a lOlls business here fur several vearsbaHMill his interest to Mr Geo Bush The new firm will be Beck Uucli We wish them much success I Georgi May the pretty little daugh ter of Mr ann Mrs R K Moberly cel ebrated bur fifth birthday lat Friday Thirty little girls werE pres- nVand mi elegant supper of several courses was served All went nwaj wishing Georgie May many more birthdajs A Message FroaEstUI The following cards have been sent out by the new management of Estill Springs UmFR NEW MANAGEMENT E ill Springs Hotel Irvine Kentucky LeniuokyV Grand Old Summer Home The Estill Springs Hotel will be under Messrs Labe C and J Elliott RidJe 1 this season The htel will be open for guests June with New features added fortheir pleasure Excellent table Excellent music Excellent Time Boating bathing ttnnis billiards Howling Y ur patronage solicited Rates on application April 190- 6ThU old place is too well known to need an introduction For years past it b been the Mecca for the cream of Kentucky Socity Under the man agement of itt late oweaer Mr W B rhoma this splendid old resort reached such a state of absolute beauty and abounding Hit has in every coin fort aril pleasure tor the guest It woald scoun bard to conceive of much inprnVHinnnt Howaver the new man agement Messrs L 0 and JE Riddle both of wh m are etperweeed hotel men intend to make Bstill grander than It They are typi geatlMMH knowing well the tre meaning ot Southern hospi tality twill we predict for then a briWaat HMo a- j I The Perfect Way Scores of Riehmoal People RaTe Learned It If you suffer from backache j There is only one way to cure it The perfect wayia to cure the kidneys Doans Kidney Pills are made for kidneys ony John n Singleton of High Street VersaIlles Kv says I have been a neys for years There TOS a severe aching across the small of my back At times tIe aching was constant and ot ten 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 sinin 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 bad used them I procured a box and took it was helped at once and continued to ake them until I had used three boxes in all They did me a wonderfrl lot of good I felt better ard stronger in every way Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid illetnrs drut store and ask what his cnstomen report For sale by all deal ers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remomber the name Deans and take no other For Sale A very handsome old fashioned walnut bed Apply at Pattie A Clay In- rmary 2t Ja 01m YOU DOIrT TO PAY HIBH PRICES FOR SHOES LDIIQE dIdI Summer More to take your pick from than youll find else where All the newest styles in richest colors Special shapes for big fat meng I 1 tExtra good Work Shirts with long sleeves and tails 50c nu WOVINGTON BANKS ttt MfiGlbtlt- queljtIOBeftenrlwM satisfactory Sergethe distinguishes Other Unanimous WalkOver crowdedh fiHon tbetoanagementof haseverbeen- ogiSenikera H kldueysNeRI irregnlas 1AllY Shirts 50c 75c 125 150 1 l l Reorganized The Alumnae Association of Mad- Ison Institute has been reorganized and it is the hope of all the members that it will now remain a united body Mrs A R Burnam was elected President Mrs Cornie Clav 1st Vice Pres ident Mrs J H Russell 2nd Vice President Mrs J H Toy recording secretary Mist Mattie Tnbble cor secretary antI Mrs John Foster Treasure at a recent meeting it was declbed to give a banquet on Friday night May 18th for which a nnmber ol committess were named A delightful program of toast and an elegant menu are being arranged and 209 W Call 216 k USED market value by his name and the price the bottom The shoes knows advance that exactly They made the best selected by contented and well paid workmen pride their work and glad shoes good they know how make them addition the Infinite care which attends detail the making system which makes for shoes get out the factory aext Use you buy SOLD BY Kesnlt ot McCoordWoodsoncrIvner trial Much interest has shown the suit and trial against Her bert Scnvner and Woodson McChord by by Earl Wood lord Clark County The trial ended last and the jury found the plaintiff the sum 1250 for Mr Scrivner and cent and costs against McCord Woodford sued 10000 and the small given him goes towards the sned men Mr Scrivner a former Madison county less by the jury and court r WILLGINGfCONTRACTING PAPER HANGER Cheerfully and Promptly Furnished 1and r Main us upcPhone Wall Paper Paints and Glass IF ffi71 71 71 IF1 + 1TL DOUGLAS t UNION MADE Douglas 7F damage 1 W Douglas 350 shoes have For over Ljyears they ave beenolQ value than other shoe ondeW L it 1their guarantees stAmp- IngI on purchaserof W L Douglas 350 I In such shoes are as represented are of t Imaterials in are Just as as to In to every therIsaof inspection it impossible Imperfect of If oht1na ableselect W L N r the been in in Thursday for is one exsherrilf Mr for sum far vindicating is gladto Estimates I 350 i SHOES Jit1II FOR MEN 8 t a worldwide reputAtion i teasyrgreatera I to of to of L m I I WF50tt1TIy ci us t t I Rice sand Arnold i J + The One Price House + 1 ++++W+++++ +++ + I JOI jF Rr1r iJ ll1Jli 1JFI7F71 i 71 l- Jt 7 7F ffi 7I b 1 ackey r aJ q f Pi AND 75 J c F r 7 wz S Y Fffi 0 1 1 7I 71 71 71 71 FF 7F ffi e9 A Taylor SELLS THE BEST Farming Implements IN RICHMOND Vulcan Chilled Plows Dandy Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Cultivators carries a firstclass line of Hardware also Cook Stoves and Ranges Roofing and Guttering a Specialty po Your Cents z rrr 71 r 1 1 THE LINDEMAN PIANO In the lead for 70 IS THE TEST OF MERIT Beware of Imitations r the most satisfactory Instruments ever on tno market has nil the latest improvements Every one warranted BESTtany one wanting a Piano Send for free tUna trated catalogue and lull information LINDEMAN SONS PIANO CO 548550 West 23rd SI New York r sprite months 1 1The Goods Behind the J Secures It is like the fragrant breath of spring to see 4our new line Makes you think of the glad some days when the summersunshine makes its first appearance Makes buying an en J thusiastie pleasure rOur line of CARPETS and RUGS will inter est you AAxininsters Smiths 2250 1 Sl6and18 9x12 c9nr Our W r KY Always at Service Regular Dinner 25 fee Check Copm t1 L The Horne Restaurant and Lunch CounterF- or Ladies and- Gentlemen Lusby and Dunn- J Harry Lnsby Manager Lexington Kentucky J09 N Mill Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ond o- f1JI2 H years TIME experl5l1t1CO Ad t- heBusiness willlOJJ3HAM 1RICHMOND c A TheMost UptoDate Restaurantand LunchCounter in the South Good go are we That IB u itsgraadiathw or grandmother Sat gray lair and only 401 Here is a Met Hall Vegetable Skiliaa Hair Senov r always restores color to JiiI miltffi 71 717 for Sale Eggs from full blooded silver Lace Wyandotte Hens One dollar for a setting of 15 epcs MRS P F ADAMS Jr Phone 308 Fifth street U Richmond Ky For Rent I have for rent 100 acre bonndry of blue grass land one mile and a half from Richmond The land will be rented from May l 1900 Dec 1 1006 Plenty of water on the farmR McKee tf Richmond Kv Farms and City property for sale D W TKIBBLE Real Estate Ajt1 Elmer Deatherage wants your wool and is paying highest market price for same Call at Douglas Cultons for sacks Never can tell when vonll mash a linger or sutler a cut brulseburn or scald Be prepared Dr Thom e E leo tric Oil instantly relieves the paiu quickly cures the wound Estrayd From my place on April court day a deep red jpuley cow Liberal reward will be paid for return to undersigned REV J W aprlStf PRATHERI WANTEDAll kinds sewing Mrs E A King phone 178 fifth street tf Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs sold by Mrs M F Arbuckle Silver Creek Madison Co Ky at 32 per set ting 0116 eggs Eggs left with Jaa Arbuckle this city will be given prompt attenticn A Word 1o the Property Owners of Richmond aid Madison County About Your House faintiog and Paper HanrIDf I take this method to inorm the pub lic generally that I am still in the house painting paper hanging and decorative business and if you are going to have anything done in this line during this season will say that 1 want your work and in return will give you honest materials and honest workmanship at honest prices I also have a full line of 1006 Wall Paper Novelties to show you from tho largest manufacturers in the United States at the right kind of prices and I ask you for a liberal share of your work Thanking you for past patronage 1 am Yours Very RespectfullyW Painter and Contractor Shop on Iryine St bet 2nd and 3rd Residence Phone 112 Shop Phone 373 2lfeb3m It will take men and women of Iron will to bring in the golden age T J GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW omc over C A Taylors hard ware store opposite Court House Dr PerryPhysician Surgeon Hours 830 to II am 2 to 4 pm Office with Dr Bales over Slice k Arnc t a Res Tele 625 RICHMOND KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PHONE BICTIMOND KENTUCKY Mar3hall K Denny Dentist Office over State Dank Trust Co Telephone 296 RICHMOND KY vM Blanton DENTIST WOfflce In Bennett Building ijanly TELEPHONE 196 + +CALL AT++++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WEEK IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbytlOn Qsaclne Slrlip Wer Kept os Tp Drr i ssss Ph93 +7 T 8jeona tJ iiC Aoru t t t j TWO GOOD CROP MAKERS Malta and Buckeye t CUlTIYATDRS REST AND SLEEP Advice for the Tired Woman 27 HE woman of the office or shop has housekeepertoThe housekpooor should find time clothIngworkTueoffice completely faKRod out She Is nen ous cannot rest she rolls ofInsomniamother of a largf family ind doing her littleleisurebo for ten minutes Slip away from cares onloungepJieavylax your mind throw off worry For those ten minutes or half an hour lie perfectly still This Is the advice of the greatest womans specialist of our time InvalidsHotelN Y Furthermore he says the woman workIng restAalittleopen so that you breathe pure air will act upon the nerves quieting them and thefirstrestful sleep If such simple treatment says Dr Pierce has no effect on the nervous system then the woman should resort to some vegetable tonic which will FIfBallon of Irritability or and Uncontrollable nervousness something must bo wrong with the head or back a woman L1 N1 Tim Ta l Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox Lv 1216 p m vllle Extesljonth bound 1365 pm No2 Knoxvlllet Cinnati fl55pm Expreis north bound 200rai Cinnati405am 410 am No l Knoxville k Cinnati 1154 p m Express south bound S9 pm No 10 Stanford anti Maye 610 a m rllle Accm north bound 610 a m No Stanford aaVSlayg 720 p m ville Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to titVernon Accm south bound 915 a m No 29 Cvnthlana and 940 a m Stanford expo south 1250 p m 350pm No 30 north bound a Opm D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business S licited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY I 0 D MOHEtuLT ATTORNEYS4TL4WRI- CHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen ults grocery t iV MILLER ATTOBKKT ATLAW B1OHU05D ElUITOOZT toanneriJAS AN ATTORNEYATLAw RICHMOND KENTUCKY oppositeLEWIS HERRINGTON LAWYEJf sft Off lea over1y1Ms Hardware Stare h H fri J tl i w nJtnrally says but all the time the real tr nblo very often centers In the worn ay organs In nino cases out of ten tin seat of the difficulty Is here and a treatmentfurflammation of tho delicate special organs- of the sex should be steadily and systematically practiceentirely of roots and herbs without the use of alcohol cured over ninety percent temecltforput it up In a form that would make It easily procurable and It can be had at a handledThoPierces Favorite Prescription have the madebyto tho credit of any preparation especially designed for cure of womans per liar ailments sufferingfroivit d to consult Dr Pierce letter free strlctlyprhatedrc s Dr K V Pierce Buffalo NY blessIngSauerwald of 1035 W Pratt Street Baltimore MdII I suffered with female weak ness very badly was extremely nervous at all times Indigestion could not sleep constant dull headacheIn fact was very miserable when I to take your medicines but after taking them a MynQrvesImprovedIhouseholddutiPSi Pellets cured mo of constipation many years stand1ngI am sure If more women who suffer would take Dr Pierces medicines they would soon ha convinced of the good they can do Chesapeake Ohio RAILWAY Fdiedule from Winchester Kym effect February 1900 subject to QliaiiRe without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis and Southwest 1157 a m 918 p m daily Westbound Local Trains 855 a m 630 p m except Sundav for Washington Baltimore Philadel plus New York Richinond Old Point and Norfolk 730 am 438 Q in daily East bound Local Trains 6CO m 245 p m except Sunday IPftaklorl S Giocliuti nIWYi The Midland Route LOCAL TiME TAHLB OEXrilAL K R POINTS 2 m P6 2J a L Fratikfort A It 25 a p 2 47 P v 42 a A Georgetown A 9 408 6 2S 8l0a542pSlip1115u 9 50 a A If aysvllla L 5 43 a 15 p 4COp 82 n Ornthiana Ii 5 02 LZ2OaImp600p103iaA QEO WHAY8PresP A lonlnilr Udaulb Eafal DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For Versal1lesLawrencebttrglShel soo and OiBclnnatL 133- a pm amFOITRAINS ABBIVE RICHMOND Free LouIsviUe Lexington aud llnSaiaCincinnati 5tSrmFrQmflesttgvflIad7yJne Beat JunHKHMITHOFiIA tM Weoti aA VeHiJotNKy j WrItoI1 X w i Y 1c Unlimited line of other high class Implements suited to the needs of every farmer t We invite your inspection + CIE DOUGLAS COMPANY Z- i Successors to Arbuckle SimmonsJp Main Street Richmond Ky ttttil Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPoIntsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space dailySpeclalExcurson Home Seekers and =Colonists Tickets TimeThroughSleepers tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAXIs 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 ONEIL Ticket Seller CALL FOR Old Boone- Whisky Bottled at Distillery See that seal is not broken Thixton Millett Co Louisville Ky W nl JONES SONS IE AGENTS Main St near L and N Depot Richmond Ken- tuckyWOOL Bring or send your Wool to us and receive the highest market price for same We desire to purchase all the Wool in Madison and adjoining counties We will pay you 30 cents per pounds Gott BrosRichmond Kentucky Not Only at Christmas is our line of goods desirable but at all times of the year We carry such a beautiful line of Silver Cut Glass Clocks Watches and Jewelry of every description that it attracts all lovers of the beautiful to our store We make a specialty of engraving Watch repairing carefully attended to Our stock is complnte our price reasonable Give us d call L ELaneTwe1e MISS JULIA H HIGGINS Stenographer and Typewriter KySuBinessand Phone 854 ForSlIf andbusinessdoor to Government Iwidiiijf Thfe is rtyIIIani1igned m rhuKlt I Golden Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT 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 East Main StreetI ERV SIDEBflITY pitysctmentimIlhoodTozasntaideTelopmenand NervecaretroubleadutorenenaPrIceantee to refund not cured orwelleCL Krreit MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s A For sale by E C Wines DRV B VICA A FAMILIAR FACE The likeness ol DR Wn CALDWELL appears on e1e17 package of r Dr Galdwells SYRUP PEPSINthe reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipa Lion Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches and FcTcrs Caused by Dowel and Stomach disorders Every genuine packasro lt distineulshed by this trade mark Your drastf ist win be glad to sell you either tho 0c or Sl00 size Sold by Perry Thomas r sa7aIT- GIVBS THE uasv RESULTS 11 cnRRECT LIGHT The SMrTHSONAN TRUSS v litANY HOLDS SlTiOM If Sold liy Perry Thomas To Make the Home Warma- ndHappy the new year prosper ous and bright BUY COAL from II H1LWXON DRO Telephone 1 10 Beautify the Complexion W TEN DAYS NadinolaThe BEAUTIFIEReB domed by thoiuond guaranteed to remove UpiJaplftaHfwl and restore tW ofTkt ad 1all 1t 0e r1MiL If Mt b r 0 i Get Married NOW J youI a home before getting married Show us thejIhouse and we will make it a home I Parlor to Kitchen Furniture Carpets Stoves Shades Lace Curtains Rugs etc etc Give us a small portion of your earnings each week or month and the matter is soon settled to see us at one Your credit is tJCome goodJ cjOpp Glyndon Phone 474 Richmond Ky Will Save You JO to 20 per cent for Cash 6at4fi There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR JJ Every housewife every cook knows tL Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Omill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal isi r the latestt Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY Painless Cure of Curable Pain i Never resign yourself to suffer pain pains are curable They are the sign of Womensj conditions of the female organs which promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow Wleof TAKE w w IT COMES TO WOMANS RELIEF painsJtnotthe cause of the pains which prevents them from coming back It malwyou well Try It Sold everywhio in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid ence telling usall your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope how to AdvisoryDeptThe Chattanooga Tenn WITHOUT A PAIN writes MluyShelton of Poplar Bluff housework although before taking CARDUI two doctors had done me no good can truthfully say was cured by Cardul I want every suffering lady to know of thIs wonderful medicine Popeiis the right ploce to buy Plows Hoes Rakes Mattocks Axes Steel Ranges Stoves ofall kinds Locks t Hinges Nails Granite Iron ware Fine Cutlery Fishing Ta kIeHe sells b thevSenaca tjckartdPoultryF ood Try it o c204 waintreet 1 c