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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d vlnn rw I n THE RICHMOND CLIMAX iiiVOLUMES RiCHMONDn MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1906 NUMBER 51 WALL PAPER WPdBAXTER WALL PAPER r House Cleaning Times upandbeautifulAfter the Wall Paper a floor covering to harmonize is yourmindsgivethepartment as in the others Members of Lexington Merchants Association I IJt q O THE GRANDEST DISPLAY OF j SHOESis to be found at J W Masters Cos Store i J Mens 5 Shoes stand ahead of them all fc- C Their 350 Shoes and Oxfords have 3 no equal for the same price 4 Ladies Oxfords just arrived 350 J grade suits the taste of aUj250 and 3 Shoes and are snappy and of the best values J A variety of cheap shoes and Oxfords that cant be found in other houses j t II J W Masters fd Co ttISuceeuol8 ttlto Jns P Trlblile Main Street two doors below Madison National Bank c Main Street Richmond Ky L Of Course You Wantto buy your Dry Goods of a firm which sells only The Very Best Money Can Buy When You Trade with Us you can rely on tho fact that we DO NOT SELL SHODDY GOODS f You Get Good Goods We have all the Latest Novelties in this SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS Out Hamburga are unsurpassed I Save your Cash Register Checks s They Save You Money White Gibson t The largest and best line of Trimmings and Braids in Town Main Street Richmond Kentucky buyer Chilled Plows Now is the time Get your plow ready dont lose a day It will turn over soil that has never been reached before Come and see us we will tell you all about it O B1 Shock lford Co MY NAME IS tt TITILJRMAPV- g tqn Sausage Row Arid it Buys ine cola anti Rnotner The seasons first cold nay be slight may yield o early treatment but the text cold will hang on onger it will be more roublesome too Uii lecessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SCOTTS EmUlSmB when colds aboundand youll have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma tion heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the coldout Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Parl Street New Vork SOc and 100 Ail druRlsta u Bartender Performed Last Rites Forth second time George De Fou chet bartender preached funeral ser mon over the grave of a fellowmember of his craft yesterday afternoon William Whit tick late business aitent of theBartenders Union died and the funeral was held at Cave Hill yesterday afternoon The pallhears wore mem here of his union and many of the mourners Iwere bartenders A few wpfks ago Whittick read an account of De onrhet officiating Rtatnneral anti ialf jokingly remarkel that he wanted De Sonchet to repeat the service when he died He little dreamed death was so near His request was repeated to De Soiuhet who readily consented o perform tIc pervire Te Fonchet is manager of the clnbhonsn at Churchill Downs Hardlv an aye was dry when the sermon was finished The Louis ville Federation of Labor took part in tiei exercifo Mr Do Fonchft fnir That bartenders live warm and true h arts it evidenced by this gathering Once again we are assembled in thie beautiful city of the dead to do homage otio memory ind sneak a kindly word ver th remains of a departed brother It was my sad duty a nl1onltpr of veers wo to perform a like pprvJce over the remtitu of Brother John Peterson and iioonthisoccasion nsunon that Iwould indent feel remi s in m v duty to a friend and brother did I fail to voice that senti ment which should permeate the bosom of us all brotherly love Standlnie here today we phonld all realize how qhort life is and should so shape our lives that when onr time come I to face the treat Creator we can do po without fear as Brother Whittick has done His religion was thegolden rule Do unto others as yon would have others do unto you and ho practiced what he preachodalways standing firm as the rock of Gibraltar for the right and die contenancinR anything that was wrong You wo knew him intimately can at test his sterling worth I once heard a treat man say when I was but a boy that evey man could 5f hb would ele vate hlsprofession no matter how hum ble his calling Will Whittick was such a man Let us try to follow in his footsteps always standing up Jor the right thinking teas of self and more for one another Let us be brothers in deed- I feel today that the soul of our de Darted brother has flown to the bosom otlila Creator Farewell Brother Billy a last sad farewell Peace to thy ashes And now may the great and good God be with us in this sad honr of affliction and bring peace to the hearts of sorrow ine friends and relatives As we go forth from this sacred place to mingle again with the selfish and nnsympathe tic world eo wth ns we pray Thee Protect us and our work from evil hands and finally at lifes close take us into the circle of Thy great love Amen The Richest Man in the World The richest man in the world can not have his kidneys replaced nor live without them So it is important not to neglect those organs If Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at the first sign of danger the symplons will disappear and your health will be restored as it strengthens and builds up these nrjrans as nothing else will Oscar Umvman Lebanon Ky writes hJ- t ivo used Foleys Kidney Cure and vike great pleasure in stating it cured me permantly of kidney disease which certainly would have cost me my life Stockton Hagan Ufa Little TUop A wild birds Bong i8 a little thing lost in the deeps of a snromer sky Anti yet when it falls on a listening ear and leaves its message of melody earths preen grows brighter and life fioerns lighter and summer indeed is realA budding rose is a little thing bat- In the gold of a summers sun And yet wherever It bursts in bloom ma scattered afar its fragrance sweet love crows dearer and heaven nearer xnd its petals fall too soon A passing smile is a little thing lost i i a world of toil and care And yet the soul with gloom oppressed and the life grown wearied with burdens hard will happier grow in the afterglow ot a smile that is warmly kinllRememberthat 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 years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my linger nails turned yel presQribedlechiive kept me well for eleven years NeuralgiaVakpess Kdno and Bladder derangements A StouktwRspaIiLt U IThe Troth druggists Perry in speaking of the so called cures for the many diseases of human ity has occasion to speak 01 Zeino a Positive cure for Eczema and all skin diseases The manufacturer ofZino Mr E W Rose of Harrisburg Ill gave six hard years study toward the perfecting of Zemo Many persons In Saline County of which Harrisburg useIyears a complete cure was the result Messrs Perry ft Thomas says that after being shown positive proof that Zemo will aud does cure the most severe and long standing cases that he was glad to offer to hi patrons the onlv remedy that he believes iII absolutely give a per manent cure In a few days Z Mm will be received and we will display in our windows tome plltoRraphe some of ihe cures made Mr Roe has writ ten a strong booklet on te treatment of Eczema and skin diseases and we will take pleasure in giving copy to those win call It IK our dexira to have every Btillerfr front chronic li ngetaud ing cases of Eczema and skin illseases call and see us when on the authority of Mr Rose we will give them a legal guarantee that Zemo will cure allyI case of skin or scalp disease no matter Iroin what cause or for how long stand lug Zemo is a ice clean liquid for external use and during treatment there is no cause for loss of time from busI1 new Mr Rose is so much in earnest and is 80 honest Hi his statements heI says he does not want a dollar of the peoples money when a cure is not affected Do Not be Imposed Upon originatedhoneyremedy anti on account of the merit rind popularity of FoleyV Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleya Hcney and Tar and refuse any substitute offered ns no other picparation will give the slime satisfaction It is mildly laxa tive It contains no opiates and Isosafest for children anti ilellcJte personsh STOCKTON Faithful Dsj is briar Curled up on a pile of burlap sacks in the wharfboat ut the Pittsburg and Cincinnati Packet Company Queen A white linlklog is dying of a broken heart The dog is the property fo Tup lain Sweeny of the Queen City which cleared Pittsburs for Cincinnati Tues lay evening For years Queen has been the constant companion of the Captain She has never missed a trip until this one Even a dog hael10madic tendencies and Queen decided tint he would look over the town on Tues day while the boat was lying here VLeu the hour for departure came Queen was not arounil and the boat left her behind When the dog re turned to tIe wharfboat she stood in the open doorway and gazed out across the river Then she slunk away into her corner where she refuses to eat or drink Yesterday she heard the Greenland whistle for the landing and jumping up ran out and waited until the boat had tied up when she board ed her Discovering her mistake she sneaked back to her burlap sacks Captain Sweeny missed the dog and telegraphed for her The telegram was answered and if Queen lives until next Tuesday she will survive as her master will be here then A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilker of as did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when it completely cured a run ningsore on her leg which had tor tured her 23 long years Greatest an- tiseptIc healer of Piles Wounds and HagansdrugFJjeoa Races With Tram The passengers on the mail train from Morehead City due here in theI morning are greatly interested in the peculiar conduct of a pigeon which is owned by n man in Wildwood aud engages the train in a race from Wild- wood to Havelock every morning a distance of 15 miles Time bird appar ently watches for the approach ot ths train and flies along with it sometimes ahead of it but it never falls to accompany tile train It flies to near the cars that passengers can alinosttoncbit When the train stops at Newport the bird perches near by and waits for it to start when it continues its journey to Havelock then returns to its home evidently with the impression on its little brain that ithas discharged tome duty The pigeon is handsome being white with a black head No other bird seems to take this freak nor does this one attach itself to any other train and the wonder grows how time bird ap pears to prefer this train to any other It will be sadly missed when for any reason it discontinues its regular flights Why Not Get a Piano or Cecilian We sell them on terms that will piy you to buy Do not rent when you can purchase on about the same payments and get afine piano Our fall stock iscomplete- and what you want you will find in our store We have a lotof organs that have had some use that we are making wonderful dis counts on Call in and hear the Cecilian Piano or the Cecilian the only perfect player roO YO 1Jktc 1u5eI eO 1461J8 Weet Main Street L tOQ KiANcky t Dn S5SCo rotumb I TheDiSCOYIEffi nttannxnUt wf I ffffr idnfyUvERwRHEUMAIDM wu fUnd with tllle1n 3 MJ1- oId I OrIlJJlists Also at PERRY THOMAS Drug Store The Potato Worm The most serious pest in California is the potato worm The damage to the potato crop in California as estimated by time writer on a basis of opinions obtained from a large number of grow ers and dealers aggregates in home years fully 25 per cent In one suctIon wher j some of the finest potatoes am grown the Salinas valley the dealers etlmate trat at times the loss ha goie as high as 40 sacks in a single year and indeed the potatoes from runny sections of the state have t be watch ed carefully by the dealers to avoid wormy jits The need of care is because of the fact that a very few wormy poUt toes mav Infect In a few weeks a whole storeroom full of what were original dean tubers A tile potato is a food product that u expected to retain Its value for many months tins possibility of infestation becomes a most serious question Fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Ilvonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Graysville Mouthrle of ray customers were permantly cured of consumption by Dr Kings New Discovery und strong to day One was trying to soil his property and move to Arizonia hut after using New Discovery a short time he found it mnnePessary to do so I regard D- rKlng New DiscuvHry as the most wonderful medicine in existence Surest Coughand Hold mire and Throat and Lung healer fiuiranteed b Stockton anti Hagan Druggists 50c and fl Trial bottle free Pacts Abut Seam A specialist who ollcfttel thestamps f France and lurcotonms recently sold uts collection Lit 11 100 It takes a stamp collector to tell where are Ancash Antofngista Apuri mac Uhiapa Diego Suarez Kainra YcaWadwhan Goliad Jhino Ujong Paridkot Nabba and Ohock It requires more than 40 large albums to house the collection of United States stamps owned by the earl of Crawford This collection of United States staTps is thought to be the most complete in existence The credit of originating adhesive tamps is generally given to James Chalmers of Dundee Scotland He first advocated them in 1837 and in accordance with a legislative enactment of Derember 21 1839 they were issued for public use in England May 6 1840 Notice to Foblic The public is hereby notified that my land in and around KirksvilleKv is posted and that tresspassing is strictly forbidden Any violation of this notice will be prosecuted accord Ing to law Mrs Alice Farris Klrksville Ky 4t Garrird Physicians on The Right Side The physicians of Lancaster have decided not to write prescriptions for whiskey in the future the tidal wave of reform having struck the capital oi Garrard with telling force and the lid is on The following card has been issued by the doctors It has been re Dorted that the physicians of Lancaster have solicited the taking out of whiskey license by the druggists We the undersigned emphatically deny that we have asked any one to take out license antI further pledge ourselves to write no whiskey prescriptions under any cirucumsrances whatever J A Amon M D W Burnett M D J B KInnaird M D J G BoaleyM D J 11 Ac ton M D Under Her thin Nothing could be more charming than the revival of the crisp little bow of white cam ric or tulle under the chum This is a f eih dainty mods of neck dressing and rooks particularly well with the spring tailored suit The tie when of cambric or lawn are long enough to go twice around the neck and tie They must of course be immacu lately crisp and fresh or their charm is lost The dainty ethereal wisp of tulle such as girls wore a year or more ago has again been adopted by those who find It becoming A Hint To His Wile If women would avoid bargain counter when purchasing for men says The Haberdasher they would more often suit the recipient I am not sure recipi eeL is the correct word since in most cases his grace pays the bill wears the tie and grumbles audibly or in sup pressed disdain Bettor one scarf that is just right than three for the pric that are left over as unsalable or thrown nit becanse the style that they stood ror is dead Rows This For an Answer It is reilly amtt inir to note the tin liinitpi questions thai fall from the lips of children Equally some of the answers they give to certain ques tions Recently during an rxamlna Lion at aidellllilih School one question in a lower trade was What are the three HningB of the stomach- A little fellow wrote as an answei Motor cuspid and bicuppid Yea verily a stomach with ouch linings would be a case of chewing the food lIter It is swallowed Wb1t Nat Last week Im Allen of time Cyn thiana Democrat printed a stny of a farmer who caught wild ducks on a troutiDt Instead ot fish Bro Perry say that there are always thirteen rats inn litter and now comes a Bath county man whose mare foaled lour colts last week If that Owingsyllle liar bad not moved away we would doubt the latter statementWlncheer Demo oraL YOB can fatten a dear sweet sister ato ivsftlnt on an amount of religion AHRCJ jfeMUL tiMe wouldnt suffice to lwt ftvfiiHTiiiMa from nwimriHig Killed While Staging A party of young people comprising two men and two women were recent Jy returning from a day jn the country to their homes in Omaha At a rail road crossing their carriage was struck br a train and one of the young women was killed while the other members of the party were severely injured The Omaha WorldHerald says that at the inquest one of the survivors said We were returning to the city as jplly a set of young folks as you ever saw and as we were driving along Miss proposed singing IIillc Central Give Mn Heaven anti shut ell singing None of the rst of j w nd tier So she finished the song aitiuu and ht just finished time words Hedo Central Give me Heaven when the miuine struck ns and she was killed ftrflic Sale Unless sdI or rented privately before that date Isill offer for sale publicly 4iI Phnrsdriv July 5 19J0 un Lauras ter pike 4j miles trotn Richmond my farm containing J02 Ire more or less On the farm is a good two story res idence remaining eight rooms and kitchen with good barn ice house and ail other necueasary out buildings Miss Nannie M Ballard Box 502 Kichmond Ky 22ap 1m MetIzg of Extremes The Irishman evidently had been d inking a fi tle He climbed intoone of the two bootblack chairs in front of this Tribune Building and alter setting himself comfortably glanced at his next chair neighbor Then he laughed Ills neighbor who was a fat pomp ons negro about 50 years old dressed in clerical garb frowned Well Pmoky said time Irishman ignoring the negros look disapproval this Butelv is a queer countree Here I am and there you are Its not so long since I was a bog trotter and I suppose you werea slave And here wo have two Dago decendanls of Julius nesar shining our brngans New York Press 10 Reward I will piy ten dollars reward for the return or infnrmatioa leading to r cov cry of two b1rI dogs which disappeared from mv place two weeks ago One is a red and the other a black setter D B SIIACKELFORD tf Richmond Ky How He Did It The crop of tobacco sold recently by nol Jack Chiiin which averagedSIS 85 85 his attracted much attention Here is how he says it was raisqllII Aftei the tobacco was topped and time suckers wore two or three inches long all the suckers were carefully removed except the one next to the top This was allowed to prow till jnst before cut ting when it also was removed When cut the leaf was exceedingly tender and he did not allow the sun to strike it It was cut at or after sundown and at once removed to shelter Ool Chinn says this method is what produced hip Lice crop ot cigarette tobacco Nevar judge a man by his looks lots of fools look otherwise It is just as easy to be nice mend clever as it is to ba selfish and mean Love is all the sweeter when flavored with just a little discord KILLTHECQUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS II II II io c WITHKrngs II Now Discovery OLDS Price 50c StOO Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or HONEY BACK IR 00 P C tt1Wkfl Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this line We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky T ildegreeeach in our 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 fresh stock 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 Shoestheyon firstclass merchandise Your patronage earnestly solicited W D OLDHAM CO THEIl c- G 1 REVIVORESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man of MeI rt= CEJ rproduces the above results In 30 dayi It icti powerfully and Quickly Cores when all others filL men will regain their lost maahood and old men will remoTer their youthful Tlgor by using REVIVO It quickly and eurely restores Nertone nose Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emissions Loit Power Falling Memory Wasting Dlieuuand all effects of leUabtua or excess and Indiscretion which unfits cno for study business orJnarrlige II not only cures by starting at the seat of disease but Isarreat nerve tonic and blood builder bring ing back the pink glow to palo cheeks cadre storing the Ore of youth U wards off Insanity and Consumption Insist on baying BEVIVOi no other It can be curled In Test rocket By mill 81OOcercackageor six for 5dOO with poll tive written guarantee to cure or refund the money Book and adTlse free Address MEDICINE CO Marine BuildingBOYAL CIJICACO iLL For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184gets the be- stCOA L COMPANY in Richmond When you want a load of the best coal obtain able go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beatty ville number and we are the people who sel- lfixfc Gak acX oktsctact cO all guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt deliveryBeattyville Coal Company- D R Freeman Mgr Phone J 84 Yard Aspen av Lwooi t L1iWe want all the Wool in J1Iadison and adjoining tcounties and in order tp t get it we are paying 4 e Jvery JIHighest Market 11SYou will make arnistakcP 1 J tJprices tfr t J J Covington Xthft1 iro fIMainStfeet 6fIi I V LWantedIWanted for Army Ablebodied unmarried men be tween the ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the lTnited States of good character and temperate hits who can speak read RecruitingOfficer0 l h I Chance to trjfhe World clEW fiMb qiLLwwiLL CLOTTHiNcIMens Youths and Boys Suits The most economical to buy because they are better made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at Popular Prices 7 None nuineWithout theLabelibnibhfe Collar x FOR SALE BY2 J A R CLARK P l ty IJj L I r p r r U jiiii- I r1 Ti iii j 1 LUMBERED BL4NTON b GO I Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 LUMBERThe PUBLIHPI EVERY WltDNItSDAY BY The Climax Printing Go Incorporated D MILLEB Editor Manager h Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements Fer Precinct tint City Offices 5 For Ounty OHce 10 00 F1tr te and District Offices 15 00 FbrOaHs per InehFor Cards per llae For all pahUefltlnns in the Interest of in dtMdBaUor expression of Individ ual views per line jo Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY MAY 16 i9oc Announcements FOR CONGRESSta chJOhNoindtdaie to the c510a41eeeorad lion G O Gilbert subject to the nc tieD of the Democratic party TIIK Kentucky Democrat is the innameappearance at Nicbolasville last Sat urday edited by Louis Pilcher IiJudgingeditor is a fearless and bold writer and bids fair to bo in an eternal thsorpto go after Already he has been called upon J J Peel oxpolice man of Xioholasville who went to wnlp the editor for hot roast in his paper The result was a general licking for Pitcher and two pistol wounds for Peel The fight which might have resulted in a tragedyEstopped by friends of the ig parties One good thing for Pilcher was that he sold one thousand copies of his paper which contained the a rw tiele of warfare and could have sold more had they been printedof Maw BnrnaBis Reminhceacn Beginning aof 1830 Early Histry of Hadison Leanly UurmlEjly fortrayed for the Kcaden of The Climax UKNISI8CBNCE No5 The earl business life of lUchmoud yHirialjengagedin iiiu eastern uides lioston New York Iiiiludelpbia UalUiuore And what thgalaxy tHey were Ashby Howard fleliiu JJuruHiu ilcLaualiau WAlker Willntiiix tofle Hiilliiuiiv Hushv Utieiiault Wbite Smith Kueseil anaulujlloid Jiliis Dudley and Miller 5divurnfieubut aliKe in that they were all men oi integrityUruft aulurtHItKentuckyLegislature Biiuk and a branch ot that bank we Isn drtiatinmocliuwwho went east to buy KfOiiu carried jurouteiMaybyllle thence by water to Pittsburg IcbdUtJQliThIwere snipped on Uie same route hauled from JHuyaville in large wagons drawn lJyKIAhoy were halted with enthusiasm piwerechants made two trips yearly to the bish dituainclufrequently thixeetdthlargenf4 18byelworkjjItthis busiuubS which time has wrought Jomerchants iuieastlifWere1 have a distinct recollection of all tl teu bebeenknew him was Superintendent of the Presbyterian Suuday School a polite and courteous gentleman His rufflemshirt bosom was always at u Q his large gold watch seals were always visible In 1BUO be und his brother T UeurKe established a branch of theerofstore in Ml Sterling confiding its nUtnethen scseventeentied a granddaughter of Col Richard Galloway a comrade ol Daniel Boone and daughter of John Patrick to whom hail been patented about 1400 acres of IiiaidadjaceLttothetOWntfl erMr1mere was a lihprotracted ofMonroeM Q Ashby was for a term ofn ceyearsof business corner now is kept the drug store of Stockton w citodaughter of Archibald Logan of that of Deafness Cannot Be Cured ce byloolLl applications as they cannot 18reachThere is only one way to cure deafness C and thatis by constitutional remedies tt Daafness IS caused by an inflamed con dltlon of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sounder imperfect bearing and when it is en tirely closed Deafness is the result te and unless the inflammation can betaken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will bo de jtroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is noth hltuginucouti surfaces a Wo will giye Owe Hundred Dollars for aUy case of Deafness caused by en tarth that cannot bet cured by Halls Cure for circulars free PCIENEY CO Toledo O re Sold jitfl6c In Take HallB F8rn11SW3 for coast the tu ECT is Scraggly Do you like it Then whyI be contented with it Have to be Oh no Just put on Jlonghair But first of all stop your hair from coming out Save what you have Ayersti Hair Vigor will not you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair strong The best kind of a testimonial II Sold for over Bixty years Ktia by J Ayer Co lowell Mus Also maxiaotarori of SARSAPARILUlJe Iciy On of h daughterf a brilliant anil most charming lady became the wife of lion Samuel Woodson of Independence Mo another of George Hamilton Esq1 of Bath county and an potherBy tern lands Dr Ashby acquired a large es te He was a member of the Baptist urch Curtis Field was born in Cnlpepper Va and in early manhood was the mercantile partner of my father Thompson Durham His wife was a sister of Martin D Hardin an eminent lawyer Secretary of State and Senator Congress Her nephew Col John Hardin of Illinois was a member of Congress a lawyer of distinction ai adn was killed in the battle of Beuna Vista while gallantly leading his regiment It is not departing too widely from the aim of these papers to recall that the soil of Beuna Vista was reddened with e best blood of Kentucky The sad honorable death of Hardin was also that ot McKee Clay Vaughn Barbour and Willis They with other heroes sleep peacefully in our State cemetery Frankfort and their n emo ries have been linked with OHaras immortal elegy The church membership of Mr Field was with the Republican Baptist church of which he and his friend Waller pillarsEzekialforegoing was long a merchant in Richmond and was universally esteemed His father was killed at the fatal battle of Blue LicCs five months before he as born The second husband of his mother was the father of William bcLanahanMr Field at the close of which Col William Holloway became the partner lies fatherinlaw Field and Mr T M Stone became the partner of his fatherinlaw McLanahan These were all fiastclass people and would have ad communityMr killed in Rich mOlld in a street duel by John B Mus coy a school teacher from the State of New Hampshire Ohe oi his sons homas F Stone was in 185960 law pe drtnerle gentlemen His death was very j and was followed many years after ward by that of his brother by drown g m Silver Creek My father Thompson Burnam was b hisnfather was a Marylander by birth who served three years in the Continental jjlle in the keolutionarv army partici Mtedjin the battle of Guilford Courthouse ami was present at the Corn wallis surrender at Yorktown in d 1aemigrated to Kentucky in 1792 hen the great religious wave of 1801 wept over Kentucky Thompson Bur a 12 old was converted to stciristianityew Tribble and lived and died in t ith of the Calvanist Baptist cliuraleth 1781 He was a leading merchant of ichmond until 1841 when he removed to his farm near Kirksville Sound Intdgment strong In energy of iucor ru ptible integrity his life was a success and a Rev Thomas P Dud Gyhim I have neverknowna better man One incident of his church life may amuse the readers in showing the strict regime of those old Ironside Ba palists Mi Burnam had about seventy ytars ago nought for bis daughtercli ano and one of his embers thought it a sin for which he ould be excluded The church de ned to do so but the old brother was indignant that he withdrew from thEI arcli What would that old manI ink if he were now alive and learn heate race course the dancing hall tllIeatre progressive euchre were allowable for church entliIn 43 Mr Burnam represented MadisonJ unty in the Legislature having been Jwhige cause of oi himself slaveholderI 1TheJccssfuless men James B Walker was an pecial favorite He began mercantile e as clerk iu the store of Field Uurc ledcky gentleman lie died during theI gresu of the civil war an unbenditUnion man His brother alker was a very successful business itentate of stay Madisonirfn reaching a Iuethesej8 Latterednt states Howard Williams and John MilhrJ were long associated in business as partners They were brotherslnlehaving married daughters of William Goodloe Sr a worthy and venerable citizen residing on Otter Creek near town and who died at the age of 87 leaving behind him the mawrtan honorablecareerand a ame Mr Williams built the houseI on Third street occupied by Mr Prewitt He removed to Lexington Mo ma fly dauglithotizens John Miller had strong mill try tastes and was a Brigadier General State militia This strong point in his character be inherited oatorswasfoulht nraftpatdutyand died acme days after from the wound He been comm is eroned Collector of United States Inter nal Revenue for the Fourth Kentucky District No community ever had bet citizens than both of these gentle men Howard Williams and John Miller Claiborne W White and Richard Russell were also brothers inlaw and came to this town I think from Able g thehfgheiltmember of the Presbyterian churchLHis SOD Oapt David Rusaell company of infantry and served hl8e JdurmkpreHted the county in the LegrBlatare 1857 wd wag also In the service of United StMes Commlprfonor of A TMIHi tfc VUM I HiiW tw i good men long survived them living together in the house adjacentto the Catholicchurch lot beloved by all our people They were both faithful mem bers the Northern Presbyterian church IIJohn F Busby and Josiah P Che nault conducted ii store at the corner of First and Main streets They were Methodist in religion and likeall others named whigs In politics Mr Bushr loLegIslatureeitil His daughter Mrs John W Cro ke still lives ia Richmond J P Chenault was less a merchant than a stirring trader After his memcantile life closed he removed to coin countv and became the owner of the historic farm which had belonged to the hero of Kings Mountain Gov Shelby He left a large family Three f his sons were distinguished scholars The oldest died early but while a tending Ge rgotown college was known alia great linguist ante mathematician Jason W Chenault after graduating tt Centre College conducted at Louisville hrgraduated at Dartmouth College ti returning studied law becameDlp in the Louisville and afterwards camo to the Mad on County Bar where he vas distinguishsfor eloquence and legal had mastered the details in our county history nun I profoundly rt ret they ere not published Had that beeuI one these sketches oi mine would th heiruella the mother of the Uracvlu these are my jawels Mr John Sliackelford was at one me a merchant here but at an earlY day temnved to St Louis County Mo Ividto the State convention called to amend tl ti puiand his associate in business bare was frmonths ago aged SO years and one oi our best meu- Villiam Green Miller was another merchant of the long ago He was a son of Senator Robert Miller and grand son of the patriarch John Miller who originally settled in this town One of thee calls in the plot of Richmond was John Millers barn He left a host of descend ants scattered all over many states in the filth generations of whom is our resent Representative in the State Legislature Richard White Miller a gentleman who seems destined to reach the fame in elcquonce of Ken tuckys great orators of the past gener ations But passing by others worthy of t nhethe most original and picturesque char a gcterb big brained and wholesouled pereialJ sent for publication in the drawer of Harpers Magazine Ho was not only a man of wit but n man of rofin and cultivated tastes His assocIa reatly enjoyed his society He was a brave man In 1S25 he was in Pitts burg Pa at the Monongehala hotel when the news came that Mr Clay h esvoted for Adams against Jackson mob in the street was howling atedv busing Mr Clay and burning an effigy of this illustrious KentucKian o J suppotlfof the hotel in a loud voice demanded a t Dheyards who deserved the scorn and eon tempt of all decent people lIe told them Mr Clay did right in voting for Mr Adams as he did what his consti tuents wanted him to do He told them that Pittsburg was largely erihed by mercJlantsbutpeople to avoid in future Pittsburg as they would another Sodom The mob was startled at his audacity but at last after an appeal hv the mayor folded their tents like the Arabs and silent stole away Col Jones was a Whl but very Democratic withal He said he did not like to dreuv distinctions iu Ociety And as there were ten whisky saloons in Richmond he reo garded It his solemn duty to go round and take a drink atea It every passing ay He was in Lexington in 1841 and heard the great oration ot Dr R J Breikinridge in reply to Mr Wicklill on the subject of the negro law of 1833 which prohibited the importation into t he State of slaves as merchandise He thought it then a magnificent the most eloquent he had ever listeni to On coming to Richmond he met hia friend Caperton and told him of the great oration x Caperton inquired of him Well tell saySlr say I tell you he spoke from the beginning the rivers to the ends oi the earth On one occasion be was at the Arch sflsEe cnef actor Jones wasso enthused at he broke out in peals of loud laughter The whole audience forgot he actor and turned io Jones Burton tOOk in the situation and commenced playing at Col Jones and Jones called out to him to My friend quit quit for 0s sake quit if you dont youll kill me The whole vast audience wasI convulsed and agreed that a more amusing scene was never witnessed in theatre Burton called on him the ext day and invited him to visit the c t EityNew York to Boston the boat passi Point Judith in a storm of great pusslugwith cUb veggedsaid Jones kill you how can onodead n iieaucmyself Col Jones died In January 842 leavIng to his only son Willis- FitJId Jones a handsome fortune This gentleman was an aide to his uncle 4 en Charles Field in the Confederate a hermybattles near Richmond Virginia in 863 He owned at his death a beau ul fame near Versailles Ky I a admirable endIUt nUelongthursuit Is hereditary and history re ords no worthier names many who leave in commerce enrich themselves and made the world reitsgrasped the golden harvests of the west eVerlastlnK inJondonlast and grandest homo in our great metropolis on the Hudson C F B RfchardMitchdl Reid 0r to The Grand Jury The Lexington Herald Wednesday contalnedth following notice sent f Arymention of which was made in last w gJuulgetoday held the examining trial of RichI ard G Mitchell who is charged with attempting to pass a forged check on the Winchester Bank and held him ver to await the action of the grandI Ijnry He was lodged in jail In default of the 350 bail required MitchelltIis his guilt claiming that not e an who attempted to pass the check e says be Is originally from Gainurd county is a carpenter by trade and that he has a wile and two children living in Richmond He said he was on his way to Lexington and 3d yesterdayNotice to Creditors All persons having claims against he estate of the late S L Mldklff are ore by notified to preeent Borne prop rly verified as regarded by law on or uly 1 or same will barred All per Indebted to the above estate willd confer ldavlh c1IiofCand nettling t oncei MrsTS L Mldldtfal iiz01 A Wonderful Record As made up by roved and exact Prescription I lis ting all the woaianly functions correct- Ing dlsplacemeiMS as prolapsus antever alon and relrov oereomlng patnful bringIngt c hieadacheiho c overlowerJvlc catarrhal drain so disagreeable and weakening and overcomes every organsdistinctlyPrescription is the only w ithichformula on the bottle wrapper thus taking their patrons into confidence It only medicine fc women every Ingredient of which hi the strongest possible endorsement of the most eminent medical practitioners recommendingItPrescription is used It is the only putup medicine for women sold containtodelicatecures to its credit than all other med havingsaCd knifeItand vigorous health and virility making motherhood possible where there brightenIngs o Btrengthensunshine where gloom and despondency ad reigned before Write to Dr R V Pierce lIe will send you good fatherly professional advice absolntelyfreeDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets do not systemThe Peoples Common Sense Med ice sentfreestampsforor the clothe bound volume Address as above PEt ALwDr J F Reynolds of Mt Sterling was here lust week nMrsI larvineJridayCol Elbiidge Park of Irvine has been spelling few days in the city c pardsoon iEditor J W White and C L Tag art ol Irvine were in this city last F ridayaa pndC ountysldMrs B L Middelton was called to- Shebvdle last week the death ofo a flcousinDr J G baby of Lancaster DisitingMr J Elliott RIddell of Irvine we usiv Inrs Mrs B H Nealo entertained the A Rs last Thursday afternoon in delightful manner MrsD Oldham has issued iiciL itations for a Flinch party Friday afternoon from 2 to 5 Mr and Mrs Cecil Beatty of CIa jisMrs Sam McGinn and Mrs Charles D Miller spent last Thursday with Mr and Mrs him Hamilton at Wi e gKMrs J A Smith entertain ed Miss Pearson and Miss Louise Cov ington last Wednesday evening Messrs George and John MoRoberts of Danvillu have been lilting their sister Mrs Lewis Neale near town Misses Annie and Etnel Heacox LexingtonElmer Deatherage la jestMiss Eleanor Pearson nt Madison Institute until after Commencement Tuesdayfor daughterMrssie Bolton of this heMrsthiana a classmate Il iioocwill be a guest of Mrs Russet for iiEiel Alumnae banquet Fridaynight Rev Hugh McLellan will deliver the baccalaureate sermon for Hamilton College Lexington on next Sun saythe most gifted speakers in the State Springfielclwilloccmrtonightin short visit to his parents Mr and Mrs G W Pickels The following gentlemen from WI attended the installation so iip FridayGrandSam W Powell L SoweryW LawrenceIThe Alumnae Association of Madison Institute will cive its annual banquet on Fridav night of this week Covers will be laid for about 60 mem CisveryenjoNews from Dr H R Gibson wI10th is alsojourningeffect that he is re his health This will be leainecl with pleasure bv docutorhis accustomed place ant duties Mr Louis Smith came home IaStrweek from Bloomington tiI where he- and I4 brotherinlaw Mr Everett- Ureen have secured splendid position He returned Saturday I h Mrs Green CUloomingtonfriends here who wish them much c s uccesstc 1rameto her mother on Lancaster Avenue s Miss tlorrie Bright Mrs Boshey populargirlsiven her a royal welcome on her marriageseeralMrs Christopher n Chenault has returned from Richmond where she dhomecingofer D A R of which the is Regent dhecbarmingreceptionin honor of Mrs Cbenault t lex Herald Mrs Ed Adams who ro des near lamilydinfngast JGideonTl1yloJ fairlygroanuckycooksknowwas a delightful one in ev ry respect MrstTayloray lie foillxg were among tof wfco ttended t1lo8 tnatallatintie ti t IIIo n night Messers Robs Bergman C L Tagart Leonard West C W Sale Rev J W Jackson Fred Park J R White and Clarence Miller of Irvine Mr Thos G Sturr of Winchester C F Allen Frankfort and Edgar Boggs Uicholasvllle Tuesday evening at 8 oclock a recital will be given In Duff Chapel at CampbellHagerman College for w invitations are issued Ml 8 Agnes Wilgn Yeaeer request the pleasure of your company eta- Cotreo Musicale I CollegeTuesdaynineteen hundred and six oclockI Lex Herald The above will be interesting to many here since Miss yeager has often visited here This eve ling at eight oclock the wedding of Mr GeV Pickles Jr of Springueld Ill and Miss Elizabeth Robinson of Wit cheater will be solemnized This promises to be very brilliant weddingand will be wiinessd by a large assemblage Mr Luoihn Burnttm uf this Itywill be beat man and Miss Annie Halley of Paynes Depot will be maid of honor The bridesmaids will be Misses Bessie and Ethel Garner of inchester Elizabeth Rash of Lex in w Mayaviulehilefribble of this city Joseph Lancaster yu of Mayaleand Mr Wuitele of Springfield 111 ulMiss Jane B Robinson the ster will be the ring bearer The cermony will be said by Rev J N Prestridge of Louisville after which Mr and Mrs Pickcls will leave for Springfieldo over this afternoon to attend the edding Miss Katherino Walker and Mrs Eugene Walker entertained the five Hundred Club last Thursday after Thrgeto a veritable flower garden The mantles were banked with huge bunches of snow balls and ferns and palms were used in profusion Six tables were usedin tho Five Hundred game T Riev thentthe consolation prize a beautiful plate was drawn by Mrs T J Smith Jr was one tablo devoted tj Flinch nd at this Mrs A D Miller won first rize a god chocolate spoon and Mrs S Oletham the consolation prize a iver mounted bees wax for the work b fitfin w bihiteplantDntye elegant of candies and sifted nuts ere served with the ice Those who tiTiniebo Laura Bright Jennithj a jres Esther Sarah and nam Mary Little Florence Chenault B mettieucia Burnam Katherine Walker and Mesdames Eugene Walker B L Middleton T J Smith Jr Neale bKItlaretona t the Flinch table were Mesdames George White W S Oldham G W Pickles and A D Miller lhe partciwas indeed a beautiful one Ut sis were loud in their thanks to he charming hostesses for so pleasant an afternoon The WaIters School cOmmence iiiit will be held in the Grand Opera II nuse h foottdress Music by Saxton and frost Bernhardt At Lexington What promises to be the most im portant theatrical engagement at Lex igtoi for many years is the appear aura of Sarah Benhardt This distin kuished French actress cornea to the Woodland Park Auditorium for one juiforuiance Vednesday May 30 She will be supported by her own company from Paris and will present Dumas grvat play Camille Madame Bert ardt is now Hearing the close of her well tour of this country and Let egton is one of the last places which will play The large capacity of thw Woodland Park auditorium insures choice seats for nil those who will at tend the performance ael for the ac comodation of those who rend e out ide ot Lexington arrangements are ting completed for excursion rates and special trains on all railroads and the interurban lines The advancu seats sale opens at Graddy and Brad leys Friday morning May 25 and the price of seats will be one two and three dollars according to location and all mail orlerasent to R T Guiin C O Lexington Railway Company and accompanied by remittance will receive roiipt attentionotImportant Meeting of Home Coning Committee At the office of lion R W Miller last his Committee on Home alomingimportant business Messrs T J appointedtotions to be mailed to all old residents whose addresses had been sent to Mr S Higgins Secretary Richmond 1 hu necessary funds were appro d priated to provide for the expenses o fwthe badges and booth and register fit e Louisville Armory Building where the Counties of Kentucky are to duringHomeComIng The reunion will be held with a barbecue and public speaking under OampusMondayain the College buildings can be utilized by the crowds as they wore thice ycars ago during the storm at the Elks Fair All friends are urged to notify Mr W Higgins or Mr R W Miller shee1hickenshey are willing to contribute Let the reputation of Kentucky Hospitality be upheld by us all A band Of music will be engaged and speakers provided among them Governor Beekham Hon D R Francis of Missouri Senators Stone and McCreary and ExGovernor Bradlev makingpreparations ours let us remember that Madison Kentuckyhltorytinguished men probably than at- tler of her nelghborsbeginlng K old Dan Ca on and so on own to date Come to town on June 18 and meet hu idreds of oldj Citizens who will be scenesheir the of Roll Is CalledUji Yonder Central Unirjhlty seed The stockholders of the Hardin havefilednt Dan ilIQ for the possession of the col ege buildings and site in this city stockhoCt itral University at Richmond 2200- onosf agreement that the latter college maintache intotheneajuIaht Mt Ti i OOtNI tw RJ fe HWfila i utfiI t L tl Cut Flowers and Blooming Plants AT ALBERTSPHONE Mr Ewing Young Stonefort IlL Cured by Zemo Alter Six Year Torm Bt and Hon ZEMO POSITIVELYCURES ANY FORM OF SKIN OR SCALP DISEASE READ MR YOUNGS 1LETTER Eo fDearbefore and after cured by ZEMO and to tell what ZEMO did for me I doctored this case of Acne pimples for six years and spent several hundred dollars with physicians and specialists The more salves and creams I used the worse my face became Mr Ira Blackman recommended ZEMO Eight bottles entirely cured me and I honestly believe- ZEMO is the best remedy in the world for fskin disease Yours very truly1r JS GUARANTEED AND SOLD BYU PERRY THOMAS Druggists Commerdal Club A large and enthuiastic crowd at tended the regular meeting of the Com mercial Club on last Thursday night e principal business before the club was the question of caring for the large number of students who will attend the Normal school Hon R W Miller was the first speaker and his remarks were intereeting He said that in order for ichmond to reap the fullet benefits om the school our people must take ese students as boarders Unless such is done by our people large dormitories will be established by the state and the purchase of supplies for same would be done on the wholesale plan In view of such Richmond should wake u and these students into th toein a commercial way to say nothing the daily association with the am tious broadminded people who are pursue tig higher heights in educational lines It was suggested that a committee be appointed to secure theinames of alt citizens who can and ke these men and women as boarders on J A Sullivan also spoke along ese same lines and indorsed the idea of appointing a committee whose char PrefNoandSuperintendi for various reason is not yet ready to- eb placed before the public was brought efore the club by Hon W B Smith aroused much enthusiasm and it is that it will be brought to a suc cessful finish Mr Sullivon moved at the ladies of Richmond form a cir a league the object of which shall be to assist in beautifying Richmond Mayor Woods was authorized to take up this work The Madison Home Coming was discussed and various plans for the further impipveraent and beautifying of our city were placed be re the club The meeting was de cidedly one of the taos enthusiastic the club hat ever had and nuch good is expected to result Wait For Hunger Gxl Advice train 8L Middeltoa u to How to Create an Appetite Any physician will tell you that it Is unwise to eat unless one is really han gry It is far better to miss a meal than to eat without appetite But do not take a tonic stimulant or appetizer to make you hungry B L Mipdeltou says that the best way to creaeall appetite is to restore the di gestion to health by the use oi Miona stomach tablets a reliable remedy that he has with the best of satisfaction When Miona is used the irritation and inflammation of the stonincli coasting will be soothed the follicle will be strengthened BO that h y will pour out the natural digeMivv fluids with regularity and the foid you eat will bo perfectly digested without dIe tress A large box of Miona stomach tablets is sold for 50 cents by B L Middleton and it is sO successful and in curing indigestion and her stomach troubles with the exception of cancer of the stomach that he sells it under a guarantee that the money will be refunded unless is does l that is claimed for inIfyou have any stomach weakness here is an opportunity to he cured without risking a cent yourself Attempted 5olcUe No little excitement was caused Mon iiayhen it became known that Mr Clay Jones had made an attempt to end lets life by drinking carbolic acid No cause Is assigned for the deed and his familyaselrulPrompthim and only by the most heroic efforts longbeenaalways held the high ol all with whom he has had dealingsI For the Refinedt Decoration of the hnme Electric Light offers more flnxibility and ia capable of more pleatncr and artistic effects than any known system uf illuminationLook and note the Increasing tendency of discriminating people to adopt our service lor residental lighting Will gladly give you de tciled information atd estimates on consump Lion and costsilitlHiliiiihlil Electric ft rower COIuy a Schles1 IdgfPhone m 1 wLi Dr HcCormack to Speak here Dr J N McCormack of Bowling Green Ky Secretarv of the State Board oi Health will speak at the Court House on May 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 everyone Come and bring your friends 2t Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for years No appetite and what I did eat distressed me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured me JH Walker SnnburyOhio In Favor of Street Car Company The following notice from the Lexing n Herald is self explanatory- The jnry was out two minutes in the case of Mrs Lavenfa Cunningham against the Lexington Railw ay Company and returned verdict for the defendant company Mrs Cunningham sued for 10000 for injuries alleged to have been received by a fall from astreet car two years ago The defense attempted to prove that Mrs Cunninghams injuries were the result of her own carelessness Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Eo B Hume Admr Plaintiff against E M Hume Defendant All persons having claims against the estate of W 8 Home are hereby notified to file the slime legally verified with the undersigned on or before the 18th day of Slay use or same will be barred T II COLLINS Master Commissioner Madison Circuit Court Remove Freckles and Pimples IN mme MllH NADINOLAThE Formerly advertised and sold as SatlnoU I I A few applications will rove tan ot youtnNAIMNOLA refunded if it falls to remove freckles pimples liverspots collar discolorations blackheads disfiguring eruptions etc la twenty dam Leaves the skin soft deaf a thousandsPricedregglsts or by malL Prepared by National Toilet Co Paris Tenn Notice to Contractors The sealed proposals will be received y the undersigned up to 12 oclock oon Tuesday May 22 J906 for the furnishing of all materials tool Is labor and cartage and do all grading bridge and culvert work and furnish and put out all stone that is necessary i the construction of one mile of turn ike beginning at theedgeol the Irvine pike at Moberlv Ky and running south to a point one mile distance oi thffJerry Broaddus road All to be in strict accordance with the plans profile and specifications to be found in the office of thee County Judge Metal of hard rock to be 14 inches deep in center and 10 inches deep on the edges Ifolalatef to be 18 inches in center and 14 inches deep on edges State in bid what kind of material ia proposed to be used The right is reserved to reject any and ll bids N B TURPIN Judge Madison County Court InerinBy virtue of an Execution directed o me which issued from the Clerks office of the Madison Cinuit Court in favor of IL B Terrill Co against T B Hackett I or one of my deputies will on Monday June 4 1906 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock p in at the Court House countyKyeat bidder the fallowing described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt in terest and costs towit About 33 Acres of Land theUnionwaters of Otter Creek adjoining the property of Ira Scudder and others or enough to aitis f the plaintiffs debt 14617ThisB Hackett from his fathers estate For further description of said land see judgment and orders of Court and C o MadisonircuitHacketts Trustees on Petition levied upon as property of T B Hackett TERMS Sole will be made on a credit of three iaowtiie bond with ap proved wearily required bMriBc later at at tis rate of 6 per oset per annum rcln dafo4aimIs and hyie the we and eet ota Sale Bond Mi O WAOM1xMrljM We take pleasure in announcing to our trade our advance styles in all the latest crea tions in Bard Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etc for Waists and Dresses Also all staple goods such as Ging hams etcPostal us for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attentior Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE RICHMOND K- YAUU Iopoclils6 inch Jardiniers 15c 8 inch Jardiniers 39c S 9 inch Jardiniers 59c- s Matting Tacks 3 boxes for 5c Carpet Tacks Ic per box Ice Cream Freezers all sizes L 3 quart 180 4 quart 225 gallon Water Coolers S185 4- s1 6 gallon Water Coolers 215 Household Painta i pt cans lOc 4J Cottage Poles lOc Watering Pots 15c 20c 30c Picture Frames 16x20 size 69c to S150rtjV Decorated Meat Dish 11 inch lOc Fancy Paper Napkins and Lunch Sets Y ttr1 The RACKET STORE The Handsomest Line o- fBUGGIESA Road Wagons and Vehicles A- J of alt sorts ever seen in Richmond has been re ceivecl by the j- i I Midkiff Carriage Works t which is doing business at the same old stand It f will pay you to call and examine this stock before it buying elsewhere In addition to this they have the best blacksmithing department in our city All kinds of work done quickly and well by the most competent workmen They make a specialty of x Painting and Trimming i Their Rubber Tiring is fully guaranteed and none j WAjw tire the customer prefers can be put on Try us we 1 r7 will please yo- uNew j 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 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 we guarantee to over 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 THOMAS PHONE 175 CoOKwn GAS MRESI RANGE LIFE WoRTH LIVING AND TIM TO LIVE IT NI ti Theres Money hiltFor yon to Light your Store and Residence Welt Just flgnrehow much joarelectric light is costing you now Then compare jour place with yonr neighbors who ns- esWelsbach Gas Arc Lamp Can you afford to get along with the electric light you are using when you can got 700 Candle Power Light at 2 cents per hour Italteht too that li tronr r clearer better disused than that from any lighting device on the market The cost of Good Light Is a very small matter compared to the life It will bring to your business Dont be behind the times Get with the masses and use Gas tom Light Richmond Water and Light Company Mate Strt Tctcph RC 82 ur 1kita T 1 r 71IRt Vn r 1IW i fully clus good Its the vehicles that makes our reputation good Phone 232 C F HIGGINS HOW ABOUT A NICE have that we are here at and you can had us at R Jr142 J42 I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1906 Girl wanted to clerk iu restaurant Apply Gus Delmutli tf The Kentuckv Educational Association will be held at Bowling Green June 19 to 21 inclusive Hisle Noland colored of College Hill this county was arrested Friday afternoon by deputy sheriffs McCord and Bush on the charge of housebreak ing Dont let the babysuffer from ecz ema or any itching of the skin Doani Ointment gives instant reliet cures quickly Pefectly safe for children AH- druggist sell it Mrs Jefferson Davis wife the President the Confederacy who has been so critically is greatly improved and hopes are now entertained for her recovery Constipation causes headache nan sea dizziness lan uor heart palpitstlon Drastic physics gripe sicken weaken the bowels and dont cure Doans Regulets act gently and cures conitipa tion 25 cents Ask your druggist Robert Walker had a good day at his new place last court day lie sold six horses for good prices and had a good feed and hitch trade lIe invites the public to call and see him in his new quarters B Juott has opened a rastaurant in ronnection with his confectionery and Is ready to serve his with the best the market affords in the eiting line Fresh bread and rolls daily At the same stand East Main street lflinaytfThe Texas Wonder fares all Kidney Bladder and Rhen tratic troubles sold by all druggists or two m iiths treatment by mail forl Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Mo Send lor Kentucky test imonlals 9tnay lyr Found A lads purse containing several dollars on pike between Red House and Richmond Owner can have same bv calling at J E Cosbys Red House an l describing purse and amount of money and paying for this notice Circuit lonrt The case the Commonwealth Vs David Goodpastor charged with kill ing Zack Chenault colored near Ford last fall resulted an acqnital of the defendant Goodpastor is a resident rark county Cob Ellis colored charred with robbing members of the Carnival unpany who gave a weeks exhibi tion iu the city two weeks ago was given three years in the penitentiary Carpenters on a Mriie Fditor of Climax We of Local Union 1C50 Carpenters and Joiners of America request you to notify through your paper the carpenter of your city not to come to Lexing ton as we are on a strike for a nine liMir day and a small increase in wagee Respectfully VdeGarmo Sec pro tow Brought flack to This City SheriffP B Broaddus and Deputy S P Bush went to Lexington last week to get Charles Francis the negro who was charged with assaulting Maggie Perkins twelve year old girl some time ago Ills trial will come up next Tuesday May 22 and it is lor this pur pose that the negro has been brought back Eighth Diitrict Publishers League to Meet in ShelbyriHe The Eighth listrlct Publishers League will meet in Shelby yille on Saturday June 2 This promises to be oqe of t he most interesting meeting of the association since its organization last summer Among the important mat ters to come before this body willbe the letting ol a new contract for news print and jobs supplies a matter that most vitally affects every member of the League Great good has resulted to the publishers of the district as a result of the organization of this association to say nothing of the great pleasure of meeting and mingling with the members of the newspaper frater nity in tins section All members of the League are requested to attend the meeting in Shelbyville Our 13000 7 Phaeton probably contains moro real dollar for dollar value than anything you could select It Is fitted with our guaranteed rubber tires of size natural seat trimmings rockers covered with patent leather full leather ton with 1modern style of body and guaranteed we of of ill friends of in Eigth large grain 13000 Runaboutsllugaies concernedlibouKentucky Carriage Works CONCRETE PAVEMENT experiencewhichRemember tOOt Home yourCKLLAR W LetcherTelephone Telephone tor Sale A new rnbbertire buegy made to order by one of the most reliable firms SlOpHft8Call at Madison Institute tf DEATHS Mr Henry Klien aired 07 years died very suddenly in Nlcholisville last rnursdayhlsdeath being due to heart trouble He was a native of Germany and is survived by five children Sir Klien formerly conducted a store in this city and is well remembered here A Rare Treat The First Presbyterian Church was well filled last Friday night the occas ion being the lecture by Dr J Addison Smith the subject of which was Half Round the World by Steam or Wan derings through Europe Egypt and the Holy Land Dr Smith is a scholar of more than local fame and as his let are relates Tie has been a great traveler having visiting every continent on the experiencesdUrIng were told in a most vivid and charming way The large audience was held as if by magic while he carried them to the worlds great historic and art centres So picturesque were his descriptions that we could almost imagine ourselves on the spots described Mingled as it was with quite a good deal of humor and abounding in beautiful language this lecture was indeed a treat and was thoroughly enjoyed by all present Your Neighbors thickens Rights Dedied by Highest Court in the Lane Madison countv has furnished two or three sensational calf cases for adjudication by the highest court in our state but it remains for the great state of Iowa to furnish a chicken case of national renown It will be of interest to Madison county people just the same for we have fowls of the airs well as beast of the field over which contentious neighbors may at any time fall out and eo to court In the New ton Iowa case referred to one neigh bor was greatly pestered by the chick ens of another who thought that it was nothing fora neighbor to get mall about to have a few dozen chickens digging in every soft Jlace in his lawn and ornamenting his board walks The pes tered neighbor thought differently and shot some of the chickens The matter went to law and was carried from court to court until it reached the supreme court of the United States That body decided that a person has a tight to rid nis premises of all pests such as chickens when he does not want them there and classes all such fowls as wild game liable to be killed by whoeyer wants to do so An laea Toward the Beautifying of Richmond Since such potent steps have been taken by our citizens at large toward making Richmond a more beautiful city and such interest has been aroused in this line a new idea has recently sprung into existence and which if carried effect will add very materially to our city and especially to the beauty and appearance of the P A 0 Infirmary which is already the pride of our town As is known to most oi our readers this Infirmary property in cludes a large garden plot on the corner of Fourth street and Glyndon Ave which is now ot no usa to the Infirmary or its managers and is being rented each year for a very meagre suns Some public and beauty loving citilens have conceived the idea of converting this bleak and uninviting looking garden plot into a lovely little park to be used as a kind of back court for the con valascing patients of the Infirmary B setting out trees sodding making flower beds and nice walks and perchance a fountain in the center and placing a few nice comfortable seats etc here and there this could be con verted into an ideal little park Let us hear from our citizens on this subject The matter is to be taken up at once and there is no reason why it can not he realized How much more beautiful it would be thau a garden spot naked and unkept half the year Let us get to work and cjnvert this into a park in which not only the Infirmary will glory but our whole city as well Many a man casts his eyes up to heaven that the world may forget that his hands are in its porketsI c tcj r We can act for you in many capaci ties and we will faithfully strive to protect your interests Call at our place ol buiuess and talkit over srA J State Bank Bank Trust Co a c u r rf I t t t I I i Ef1 E SERfl WT I 5 Panama Hats We are the recognized Panama leaders in this sec tion Largest stock to choose from the best styles and extra quality for the price 5to-8ff in Summer Hats from lOc up Richmond May Have Natcral asICapt John Tonkin and Payne of Oil City PI representing thin IVutral Kentucky Natural Vias Co were here Thursday lookirg over this territory with a view of piping nntifral caR to this pity Tim above company controls 125 000 acres of gas land and mve In oiiemtion nineteen wells from vhicli Lexiiigtoii Ml Sterling and Win chester are supplied with natural gas riiesn gentlemen were very fhvorabh nlprfpe l with Richmond mil stated hat hhould the velopeinents of the ru wells notv being put down in theh neld result as they anticipate giving t iifllcient amount of gas to bupplj rtichmond in addition to those IOwn low using this product they will prob hly put in a pipe line to this city Ceclllan Cltb Notes Althongblnext to the last meeting ol Jecilian Club the one of last Wednes jay was by no means the least and how could it bs with Richard Wagnei and his masterly works as the subject for study Mrb W S Oldham who tas hostAss was also leader of the pro gram Considerable time was devoted to business of ditferent natures which came before the club Mrs R R Burnam and Mrs MC Kellogg both f whom are brilliant pianists charmed their bearers with a splendid piano Juet This was followed by vocal solo Evening Star from Tanhauser by Miss Laura Bright after which Mrs Iiddleton read a splendidly prepared paper on Waener the Man Mrs Kelloggt rendition of the Grand March from Tauhauser was especialy enjoyed Urn Club discussion on Vaguer and Ills composition was led by Mrs Leslie Evans After delicious refreshments he Club adjourned to meet the 30th of lay with Miss Katherine Walker Commencement EXercises This week marks the closing one of work for Madison Institute for the present school year The commence nent festivities really begin Friday night when the Alumnae banquet vill be given This will be followed by Ihe events in the order named I Baccalaureate Sermon by A McLean Cincinnati President Foreign Mission 4rv Society at Christian church Sun ny morning May 20th at 1030 Recital by music pupils in Institute chapel Tuesday evening May 22 at 730 oclock 3 Class day exercises and reception of senior class on Institute campus Wed nesday evening Slay 23 at 7 oclock 1 Commencement at Christian Church Thursday May 21 Address to grad uates by Gary E Morgan Pastor Christian Church Paris Ky Public cor dially invited to attend these closing exercises No charges Under the Principalsbip of Professor G P Simmons the school has made a splendid record this year Only the most thoroughly equipped teachers in all branches have bseii members of the taculty Professor Simmons and his admirable wife have made hosts of friends here who are rejoiced at the success of their first year in our midst Madison Institute has long been rec ognlzedas one oftiie leading colleges for girls In the Soutlrand with such a man as Prof Simmons at its head this famous old school will be sure to be come even more famous than hereto lore New Restaurant Mr B Juett who has been conduct jug a grocery on East Main Street has recently remodeled the interior of his building making a nice dining roam and adding other fixtures necessary for a nice comfortable restaurant and is now prepared to serve meals and all other delicacies to be found iuan establishment of this character Mr Juelt wIlt continue to carry a nice linn of groceries He invites the public to call on bits wba ia Jiefd pi ftay thing tathl4hilW I THE KENTON BRAND No fabri made is more servicable and satisfactory than Blue Serge provided you get the right kind of Sergethe allwool kindwith rich lustrous color that does not fade And the tailoring is fully as important as the cloth the garments must Fit and have that Style and Character which distinguishes 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 TQ 2500Other Suits 500 to IOOO COVINGTON ttt lodging Low Cut Shoes Low Cuts grow in Lvor every year and our stock is ready to meet in creased demand the newest shapes in Hanan WalkOver Beacons in Tans Leather and Gun Metal 250 to 550kinds of good Shoes men and boys Magistrates and City Council Attention I PATTIE A CLAY INPIUMARf This noble Institution in addition to the splendid work it has done for fourteen years paid for itself many times over by being a mute but powerful argument the commissioners for the loca tion of the Normal school in Richmond Its importants is thus described by the daily pressLouisville Times May 8th The selection of Richmond and Bowling Green as the sites for the Normal Schools provided for by the late session of the Legislature is unquestionably the best that could have been made Both cities were generous in their offers and the buildings and grounds avalla ble for the schools will from the outset place this phase of Kentuckys educational system on a par with that of any other Southern State A peculiarly admirable feature of Richmonds offer is that that city is equipped with an infirmary the gift of Brutus Junius Clay now Minister to Switzerland For fourteen years this institution has been maintained largely through the unselfish energy of curtain of Richmond and Madison countys citizens With the opening of the Normal School the infirmary will prove an important adjunct of the institution and it goes without saying that as liberal and progressive a countyas Madison will see that it is supplied with everyrequIsite necessary for its successful conduct CourierJournal- The Commissioners were greatly impressed with the fact that Richmond and Madison county jointly support a splendid infirmary the gift of the Hon B J Clay Minister to Switzerland This noble institution is a feature of the county of Madison that greatly adds to the advantage of Richmond as the home of students where in illness they mayreceive medical or surgical attention Such infirmaries are considered a part of the equipment of the largest institutions Louisville Post May 8th One thing which greatly impressed the commissioners yes terday was the fact that the Pattie A Clay Infirmarysupported jointly by Richmond and Madison county is located in Richmond and may be considered as an essential part of the equipment of the university It was a gift of B J Clay Minister to Switzerland It is believed that the State would look with disfavor upon a with drawal of support by the City Council and Fiscal Court of Madison countyThe above notices from the Louisville Times CourierJournal and Post should be convincing evidence to those who have heretofore been skeptical concerning the need of an institution of this character in our county The fact that Richmond and Madison county supported a firstclass Infirmary was greatly to our advantage in secur ing the location of one of the Normal Schools here This being true our officers should henceforth take even greater pride In the Pattie A Ctay Infirmary than in tho past We should show our appreciation of the efforts made by the good women who have so nobly oven in the ilarkcst hours known to the managers of this public necessity stood with tears in their eyes thinking that from lack of support the buildings and grounds would revert from their hands to the donor and thereby cease to fulfill the mission for which it was intended Officers ofRichmond and Madison county you cannot point to a single church or public building in the city or counly that would take the place of the Pataie A Clay Infirmary should it cease to therefore it behooves every citizen to rally to the support of this Institution which disseminates sunshine in dark and gloomy hours of sickness Indicted off cnarre of Incest An indictment was returned Friday by the Grand Jury against Jack Sowell ot near College Hill on the charge of Incest naming his daughter as the victim oUhis nnatural charge Deputies McCord and Bush left Friday afternoon for the home of Sewell where they made the arrest bringing Sewell to this city and hita in jail He will probably Wi ttiJ i f thfi ierdi ef ekcwlI rP1 the All and Patent v All for before exist rOtpowt Rev G W Shepherd who has been attending the Southern Baptist Convention at Chattanooga telegraphed to this city that on account of conflicting with the Home Coining week the Stat Baptist Association which waste bvmetili this city June 18 has been postponed to June 25 Our citizens will bear this change In mind as this greft gathering of Baptist In out midst is at eveatof considerable importance am will briiiic a IJIK fvllu1 k MWluHIt i t 1 Knights of Phythlas Lodge Install Here For the first time in many years Rchmond can boast of a Knights of Pythias Lodge The installation of such fn order on last Friday brought about 150 visiting Knights here from Lexinton Winchester Versailles Niiiholasvillu and Irvine Lodges were instituted at Waco and Berea After ex eruises anti general order of business wu com jile ed a de iuhllul banquet War joyed by the Sir Knights aud the ocet ion proved one of great pleasure to all who partook The following is a list of the officers fur the ltichmondJ ii ge Dr C C Hooker P Jessup C Cj L Herrinjrton V C J H Toy K of R and S J L Bolton M W James Anderson M A N B Turpin M F Ur B H Gibson M E W S OMham Prelate A II Nanci I G J F English O G Friday night was designated as the regular meeting night for the order With such men in office and a god strong membership there is no reason why Richmond shonld not have as strong a Knights of Pythias Lodge as any other town in the stat Little Love Stories The marriage of Miss Stella Combs of College Hill IYj and Mr Charles Stur ell of Cincinnati Ohio was sole mnized at Richmond Rev F M HillI pastor of Richmond Methodist Church officiating The bride who is the eldest daughter of Dr R I Combs of College Hill is a lovely young lady being possessed of those traits of char acter which go to make up perfect womanhood The groom is a son of Rev Sturgell of Maysville Ky and is a gentleman in every sense of the word The happy jnplo left on the noon train for Cincinnati where they will make their home Their many friends wish them much success and happi ness The Concert a access For weeks past much has been writ ten and said of the concert given by the Oecilian Club for the benefit of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary and those who attended on last Satui day night were by no mimis disappointed Although only a moderate sized crowd were pre tent thiifro who were showed the high est appreciation as was attested by the loud and rpeated applause after eacb number The following splendidly prepared program was rendered with one exception On account of illness Miss Laura Bright was unable to be present much to the regret of all for tibe is one of Richmonds favorite solo IsIs Her place was fIlled by Mrs Han get who sang A Day Dream by Denza with violin obligato by Prof raylorand Miss Eva Smith accom pane BrlilullJhorul from The Rose Maiden- F H Cowen Chorus Polonaise Opus 28 0 Sharp Minor Chopin Mm MC Kellogg a The Swan Saint Saens- b flallamzo Bolston Jeno Hubay Mr Taylor a A Little Thief Leo Stein- b A Mar Morning L Denza Mrs Hedrick a Cavil IIM Bohm- b Hungarian Rhapsodie Hauser Miss Pearson adlCRnzoneMiss Elnanor Pearson The Ceiilian Club which is porcitya only musical organization has been loudly praised for this most worthy undertaking and the Jadies deserve much credit Thosfl Who assisted In the splendid program deserve especial mention The Opera House stage Intheskillful hand of Albert oar expert ftorMt presented a scene of loveliness and added much to the meceM of the eoieertlorltWssMteee iNitiaU WlvnwW IV 0 W 7 iIE The Perfect Way Scores of Richmond People Have Learned It If you suffer from backache There is only one way to cure it kidneysANeglect it urinary troubles follow Doans Kidney Pills are made for kidneys ony John n Singleton or High Street Versailles Kv says I have been a irreJtlllarneys for years There was a severe aching across the small of my back At times the aching was constant and ot 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 ear or so ago whicn settled in- mvhark the trouble has been much worse I tried different remedies but with little or no success until I saw oans Kidney Pills recommended bj eople near by who had used them itIake them until I had used three boxes in all They did me a wonderfi1 lot of good I felt better and stronger in every way Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid ilIetopR drug store and ask what his cnstomerd report For sale by all deal firs Price 50 cents FosterMilburn- Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remomber the name Deans and take no other For Sale Old established hotel town 2000 splendid investment gross in come 600 to 1000 per month PM Morrow Winchester Ky on 1r YOU CaNT NEED TO PAY HIGH PRICES FOR SHOES 4ANYLONGER J Summer Shirts iMre to take your pick from than youll find elsewhere AH the newest styles in richest colors Special shapes for big fat men 50c 75c 1 125 150 Extra good Work Shirts with long sleeves and tails SOc fl BANKS I- ttttt U Notice B W Turner who left for New York City last week has turned his entire stock of dry goods over to me at seliIsomei daily receiving new goods from New connectedjrao to furuisb in trade with the very latest ard up to date goods at a very close price- Respectfully It Sidney A Turner and see con me one WJLLGINGCONTRACTING PAPER HANGER Estimates Cheerfully Promptly Furnished per In lots ot over Sun Oil WTurpentine and city price- saSee W Main us Phone 2J6JWall Paper Paints and Glass 1 7IF 71 171 ffi71 171 7Jffi WLID1LAS IE urIluN MADE Douglas country their Millions have to know experience represent Intrinsic I other market L Douglas their value Ing name and on bottom- ThepurchaserofWL Douglas 350 j knows advance such shoes exactly as 17 ft represented They made best selected 7 workmenthow make them addition Infinite which attends detail of making there Is a system ol Inspection which makes it Impossible Imperfect shoes get If really want the very best shoes ableselect L Douglas 350 shoes time you buy SOLD 71 J table I have opened ham stable on corner of Water and Second streets and will glad to have friends call and me I will duct a sale feed and hitch stable If you have a horse want to or desire trained call and Prices satisfactory If you have a mare to breed dont forget I of best stallions in Kentucky Black Pilot 1500 to insure a living colt Respectfully ROBERT WALKER and and A pounds 100 pounds or Carter White 1 1k Lead Eagle White Lead Proof White Lead Linseed i all Painters Supplies at ns before 209 Call up the out the you you I III W L 350 J shoes a worldwide reputation For over 29 naI years have been sold in every on t Tf globe and have continually 7 proven excellent style qU1I1HesId of people come by actual that they greater value than any shoe on the W f guarantees by stamp his the price the shoes In that are are of the it to In to care every the for to of factory obtain W the sext av Mie Feel the Dillin the be my you sell see have the you buy have they the r WtD- ougtma 350 t mDtby ell cIasxen of Hmen F I Rice sand Arnold+ The One Price House + tI w B T s f it J 9L wi w 1EII IiIUf z p 7q fG 2 = ti L s- 7IT r 414r Trr d rJ J FIffi rF 7i 7 7 I ackey f r AND a v f I aJ f 25eit g tit t J d 4 b 1 7I7IF 7I 7F ffi Im 7 Ck e A Taylors i SELLS THE BEST1Sf h j Farming Implementss If I IN RICHMOND pi i Vulcan Chilled Plows Dandy Disc Harrows II Barlow Corn Planters New Western Culti e vators carries a firstclass line of Hardware I also Cook Stoves and Ranges I Roofing and Guttering r a Specialty at I TilE LIRDEHAN PIANO In the for 70 IS THE TEST OF MERIT Beware of Imitations We believe that the jeanence and reputation put Into our Piano the care attention put into its construction have one o- rte most satisfactory ever put the market Has all the latest improvements Every one warranted WHY NOT DUY THE when the price within the reach of wanting a Hano Send for free illus tratd cat ogufJ and full InrormaUon LINDEMAN SONS PIANO CO 548550 West 23rd St New York The Goods Behind the Ad L Secures t- heBusiness j It is like the fragrant breath of spring to see our line Makes you think of the glad some days when the summer sunshine makes its first appearance Makes buying an en thusiastic pleasure p Our line of CARPETS and RUGS will inter I est you 9x12 Axminst rs Smiths 2250 J0x12 Brussels 16 and 18 1 9x12 Ingrains 9 Our exclusive line of FURFITURE will please you I W S OLDHAM V RICHMOND KY I1 kAlways Your Service I Regi1ar Uiller25s4Cents J Free Check Room it Delicate 1 Children lead years TIME 70 eiperi we we resulted in instruments on BEST Is nn one new The Home Restaurant and Lunch CounterF- or Ladies and- Gentlemen Lusby and Dunn J Harry Lasby Manager Lexington Kentucky J09 N Mill Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT m The Most UptoDate Restaurant and Ltinch Counter in the South The children cannot possibly have good health unless the bowels are in proper condition A stuuishlivergivcsa coated tongue bad breath constipated bowels Correct aU these by giving small doses of Ayers Pills Genuine liver pills rcnt17 laxativeal1 Ye abtswtafr ate4 c e Ct ilWc I II78 i amilton for Sale ERS from full blooded silver Lace Wyandotte Hens One dollar for a setting of 15 eggs MRS P F ADAMS Jr Phone 308 Fifth street tf Richmond Ky For Rent I have for rent 100 acre bonndry of blue grass land one mile and a halt from Richmond The land will be rented from May 1 1906 Dec 1 1900 Plenty of water on the farm R J McKee- tf Richmond Ky Farms and City property for sale D W TRIBBLE Real Estate Agt Elmer Deatherace wants your wool and is paying highest market price for same CaU at Douglas Cultons for sacks Never can tell when voull mash a linger or suffer a cut bruiseburn or scald Be prepared Dr Thomae Eclec tric Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly cures the wound EstraTed From my place on April court day a deep red n uley cow Liberal reward will be paid for return to undersigned REV J W PBATHER aprl8tf Richmond Ky W ANTED All kinds sewing Mrs E A King phone 178 fifth street tf Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs sold Jby MrsMF Arbuckle Silver Creek Madison Co Ky at S2 per set ting ot 16 eggs Eggs left with Jas Arbuckle this city will be given prompt attention A Word to the Property Owners ofRkhmond and Madison County About Your House ainttg and Paper Hanson I take this method to iniorm the public 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 I want your work and in return will give you honest materials and honest workmanship at honest prices I also have a full line of 1900 Wall Paper Nov elties to show you from the largest manufacturers in the United States at the right kind of prices and I ask you for a liberal share of your work Thanking you forpast patronage 1 am Yours Very Respectfully w L LEEDS Painter and Contractor Shop on Iryine St bet 2nd and 3rd Residence Phone 112 Shop Phone 373 21feb3m It will take men and women of iron will to bring in the golden age L J GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Officsovor C A Taylors hard war store opposite Court HouseI DrG G Perry I- 1IIHours8AmCJsjRes Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PHONE 4 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Marshall K Denny Dentist Office over State Bank Trust Co Telephone 236 BIOHMOND KY ov M Blanton DENTIST QOffice in Bennett Building ijanly TELEPHONE 166 +CJLLAT +JONES JIERSHONS SALOOK PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found In the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommodation Semite Saratoga Water Kept sap i JiJ1geC v- PlOI 1t7 i a t tt tE TWO GOOD CROP MAKERS Malta and Buckeye CULTiYATO RS sc Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in the same ratio that the use of Dr Kings Now Life Pills in creases They so yoi from dauger and bring quick and painless rolio from constipation and the ills grow ing out of it Strength and vigor GyranteedStockton Try them FitNatal Influence Tho doctors who have a way of look ing wise over their glasses which no one can contradict claim that there Is trouble ahead for the world because halt a hundred babies were born in San Francisco Immediately alter the big lire They say that every baby will become a fire bug through prenatal in fluence Hut doctors dont know very much Why notalso predict that every child will have St Vitna dance due to the earthquake To Jungle With Dynamite Is no more dangerous than to neg lect kidney disorders Foleys Kid ney Cure 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 Mt Ster FoleysKidneyStocton Hagan The liar does not become a moral athlete by his mental gymnastics As soon as a man is satisfied with himself the angels begin to be sorry for him ItV a poor kind of faith that never feels its need of a father until it gets dark Its the wabbly man who complains that the platform is not broadenough for him Warning Yon cannot have good health unless kidneystilterotherwise act as irritating poisons and break down the delicate organs of the body and cause serious trouble If vouhave kidney or bladder trouble and do not use Koleys Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as it positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases Stockton Ilagan The man who only sees with half an eye always thinks the world Is waiting for his views When you see a man who puts all his religion in a safety deposit you may know he hasnt any Many a man casts his eyes up to heaven that the world may forget that his hands are in its pockets A funeral sermon may be a good orationbut it does not count for much as a prophecy unless history indorses It You cant buy sUcces at the bargain counter The handshaker may be a legpuller In disguise Love is a dream but marriage an alarm clock Even the fellow who is wedded to art may marry in haste torepent at leisure Delight is never found in flightfrom duty f Love in a cuttpge now demands a town house as well The charity of some people begins with the Charity Ball nud ends there Many a thousandsdollar portrait has been paInted by a thirtycent man A fool and his money are lucky to j have gotten together in the first place Even nearsighted people can seoafar wherrther look for trouble Only through personal character comes j permanent civilization A Jood cook is more to bs desired thaojiches No man isso fond of pets as to wel come the wolf at the dow familytreeTo The People of MAdison County You are earnestly urged to send in at over to the Madison County Home CominCoinmiteethe naine and addresses I of all your retail vet and friends born in this oountyor ilesiNnded from its stock now Hvipe in uttJt States to t popt1yiqntthem iJtfKM j J rei I L N1 Til Tai Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox Lv 1216 p m vllle Express south bound 1255 pm No2 Knoxvlllefc Cinnatl 155 p m Express north bound 200 pm No 4 Knoxville o Cinnati 405 a m Express north bound 410 am No I Knoxvllle Cinnati llMpm Express south bound ll59pm Maya610am 610am No Stanford and May 720 p m vllle Accm south bound 720 pm MtVernou 915 am No 29 Cynthlana and 94Pam Stanford exp south 12SOpm 250 pm No 30 north bound 3 opm Chesapeake Ohio RAILWAY Schedule from Winchester Ky in effect February 1 1906 subject to change without notice For Louisville Nashville Memphis aid Southwest ll57am 018 p m daily West bound Local Trains 855 a m 030 pm except Sundavt Ifor Washington Baltimore Philadel phia New York Richmond Old Point aid Norfolk 730 a m 438 p ui dally East bound Local Trains 6CO n m 245 p moo except Sunday iM I1t Rftiwj The Midland Route LOCAL TIMK TABLE PEXTRAL B R POINTS 200p 6 you It Fraukfort A U 25 a7 20 p p32dp6 lip I142a A Winchester L1 a 2 45 p 8 15i 9 50 a A Maysvllle L 5 45 a 115 p 02pT20p125Ip00 P 10 30a A Cluclnnatl L 265p CEO B HAEPEB C W RAYS Pres and GenSupt GPA Loilnib Atlantic EIIrnl DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For versal11eaLswreuceburgIShelIeoo pm aIn For Irvine and Beattyvttle 645 am For Irvine and Beattyvllie 1125 am TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and i1i53zn mFromFrom Beattyvllie and Irvlne 635pm URSMITIIGFPA KynOffice Qlyndon Hotel Richmond F D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT YourBusiness Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY U D JU OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAY RICHMOND KENTUCKY ChenItIN MILLER ATTOXNXTATLAW RICHMOND KBUTUCIT Office n the Bnrnam Building next door to armerd National Bank feb3ljr J4 2ertrILriTAN ATTOBNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House qn Main Street LEWIS B HERRINGTONLA- WYER Office over Taylor Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY Now is the Time to leave orders for eggs for setting Order early and you wout have to wait when your liens have gonoJto setting b theWhite Plymouth Rocks madeheggi1OOft17 pJJ HILL ERc d 1 4 FJtg f t= r Unlimited line of other highclass Implements X suited to the needs of every farmer c We invite your inspection CIE DOUGLAS COMPANY Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Main Street Richmond Ky Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale dailySpecial Excnrson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimeThroughSleepers tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAn A TRIP Consult your Local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller CALL FOR I Old Boone Whisky Bottled at Distillery See that seal is not broken Thixton Hlllett Co Louisville Ky W M JONES SON SOLE AGENTS- Main St near L and N Depot Richmond Kentucky WOOLBring us and receive the highest market price for same We desire to purchase alt 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 spetiulty of engraving Watch repairing carefully attended to Our stock is complete our price reasonable Give us a call L ELaneifL weei MISSJULIA H HIGGINS Stenographer and Typewriter Examiner for Madison Co Ky Business ami Pupils Solicited Phone 854 ret Sale The Dt Hobepn residence and busieea rooias on main sir at next door to GoversBaeat building This is piecesotpropertyill ii4ri1 eMdItnrR4ka J j 4 Ir f J Golden Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUMATICTOOL which will enable them to do better work than ever before They have a large assortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call and inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaran teed Ilolden Flora East Main Street r Slake rich healthy blood and repairs wasted nerves Equally good for women Booklet tree PCrFER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U 35 For sale by JD 0 DRVBCALDWELI KERVlCORi RESTORATIVECURE3 NERVOUS 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is not necessary that you wait until you Ibave saved enough money to furnish your f home before getting married Show us the Ihousoand we will maks it a home furnished Parlor to Kitchen Furniture Carpets Stoves Shades Lace Curtains Rugs etc etc Give us a small portion of your earnings eachQweek or month and the matter is soon settled Come to see us at one Your credit is good IU Lunian l Biggins Opp Glyndon Phone 474 Richmond Ky Will Save You 10 to 20 per cent for Cash VIrr r e There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows thj Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Floure Ot mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is c the latest Our brands are BIHston Patent Natural Pro duc Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY PAINFUL PERIODS Life often seems too long to the woman who suf bearingdowndizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take IeroJduiWomans Relief It 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