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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0a cT IPartOrie i THE RICHMOND CLIMAXe partQ1ae r 1 I TOLTIME 32f yo TRIQMtD MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1906 IJ WALL PAPER W P BAXTER WLAL PAPER House Cleaning Times upanddo for it Our stock of new and exclusive stylish and beau tiful patterns cannot be duplicated in Central Kentucky After the Wall Paper a floor covering to harmonize is yourminds givitIpartment as in the others t Members of Lexington Merchants Association t t jtIiJ1iAt THE GRANDEST DISPLAY OF SHOESis r II J Ments 5 Shoes stand ahead of them all fc- to Their 350 Shoes and Oxfords have d no equal for the same price Ladies Oxfords just arrived 350 Jt A grade suits the taste of all Jv 1 250 and 3 Shoes and Oxfords are t snappy and of the best values J1JIt ttlJ J W Masters J1d lCttISucceuol8 Jto Tns I Tribble Mao Street two doors below Madison National Bank Main Street Richmond Ky L 6 J JJttOf Course You Wantto bay your Dry Goods of a firm which sells only The Very Best Money Can Buy J When You Trade with Us 1 you oan rely on the fact that we DO NOT SELL SHODDY f GOODS You Get Good Goods- vS v all the Latest Novelties in this SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS Our Ilamburgs are unsurpassed Save your Cash Register Checks They Save You Money White Gibson The largest and best line of Trimmings and Braids in Town Main Street Richmond Kentucky If You Are Going to Buy a z REFRIGATOR Buy a Good One Is II Cork linedno odor andre tains cold longer than any other make The STAll is known allover the world Come to O B1 Shackelford Go and look at it While there look over their line cf Coolers and Cream Freezers MV NAME IS TfiLKMAN On Sausage Row Iii 1 and r jtIDUyS NORTH IIll a for your Protection everypackage EIsguarantee that Scotts Emul lalmcdCorthroat or bronchial tnmlilw in infant or adult ScultVi Emul slut is one of the trrpi test Hfsli buildera known to tin medical world ivsend you u sample free Streetuuu WACO Misses MarieHnrberand Salhe Ruck er have returned home afer a few thy visit to Dr and Mrs Taylor Miss Nellie Patton of Paris who has been the guest of Miss Sue Tate for the pat week returned to her home Mon day Misses Alms Ropers Lackey and Katherine Robert have cur fithanksmencetnent of Madison Instute May 21 Mr and Mrs Broee AVagcrs of Cin cinnati have returned home after a weeks visit to her sister Mrs M W Miller MrsJ1 W Sharpe of ireendale if upend two weeks with her father F C DavisMrs v D Bonny and daughters Misses May and Lizzie Lee and Lucelle are spending this week in Win chester Mrs G W Stockton is visiting in PariK 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 JLEoJeybKiltnM danger the Symplons will disappear and your health will be restored as It strengthens and builds up these organs HS nothing else will Oscar Bowman Lebanon Ky writes J have used Foleys Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stating it cured me permantly kidney disease which certainly would have cost me my life Stockton Hagan PAINT LICK Mrs Walden went to Lexington Fri day to see Mr Keauchntnp who is critci ally ill- Miss Jennie Parkes is visitng Mis RobtGuynMattie Sandueky of Jessamine co Mr Joe Adams of Doanerail his returned home after a visit to his sister Mrs Pattie Engleuian The marriage of Mr Tom Ross to Miss Cordia Honings Wortle occurred on Saturday evening at the home of the bride The cermony was performed by Rev C S Young in a beautiful and impressive manner Reid Lear went to Lexington last week to takea business course in Miss Millikikis school Old aunt Marie Guyn colored died at Cartsville on last Friday She was a faithful consistent member of the A R Presbyterian church She always held her membership with the white people She was buried with appro plate services at the home of Mr A R Guyii by Rev C S Younga Postmaster Robbed G W Eouts Postmaster at River ton la lost his rrobbedletter which says For 20 years I had chronlo liver complaint which jaundicethat prescribedIlectrie hive kept me well for eleven years NeuralgIaWeakness Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At Stockton Hagan Drugstore 50 cents SILVER GREEK Mr Henry Straus of this place spent Sunday with his family at Cynthiana Mrs Elizabeth Weller and little son of Louisville are visiting her mother Mrs A F Burton Miss Eva Lamb of Richmond is visiting her sister Mrs H O White Miss Sal lie Meeks spent Wednesday and Thursday with her sister Mrs W L West at High Point Miss Mildred Burton entertained Flinch Friday evening Miss Lucy Orizzard spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt Mrs Mary Burton of Richmond Miss Daisy Meeks is on the sicklist A sawmill is being erected on T S Barnauls place known as the Moran farm They will begin work in a few days Warning You cannot have good health unless kidneysfilterotherwise act as irritating poisons and break down the delicate organs of the body and cause serious trouble If von have kidney or bladder trouble and do not use Foleys Kidney Cure yourselftoblcures all forms dfJtiJney a d ddw Jei gtcttWii ftHAfiuti t U Wti 0 New York Fashions bilk Coats R1aas for Anti sal TriTelinf A New Ida For Colin Stiffening Neck Ruffs of Halinsttt And Ihlffon Sombre Effect Hit rills And Clore Bangles Gloves And PAruoli All the world here iln spring at tire and the general use of light color inryiB very noticeable Light grays predominantI hat carries out the effect Sevre blue and the various shades mid laf greens are the popular contracts VF ry nar row stripe In brown blue or black combined with white are especially mart and will bn very much used In men cheviots later SILK COATS AND RAGLANs Silk coats of all dimensions are worn especially thn smaller Boleros and tons To bo at the Tip of the Mode one ohould have the Iat eton coat Bud parasol to match in coloring and in contrast with the test of the costume Adele RitchiH who is famed for her good dressing wears a gown of this sort in the Social Whirl The gnwu in a chiffon creation in white painted floral design and inset with litee Tho hat bolero and parasol of Onion Brown NECK ruprs ANn iiciiuS All the faxhionable hops make a groat disulny of neck fixings Ruffs and fioiius of chiflun and tnaline are bought eagerly by modish women who know the value of these accessories in dressing up a plain gown or freshening one that has seen some service Be ide tlmy are so very becoming espec ially if they match the color of tue hat or its trimmings Wide very ful ruches of tulle or maline are the Ireichiet and most bocominpstyle in the new neck- wear These are rather short and aie- nished with long ends of ribbon or velvet knotted and bowed in many fanciful wave THE NEW JIALIXKTTE A new material has jast been introduced called malinetle that looks exactly like the ordinary maline but- si waterproof and therefore does not rush and fall with the dampness as ordinary tulle is sure to do Women here are so delighted with it that Uis hard for the popular stores to keep n sufficient supply It is an ideal fabric for all sorts of ruchings especially for wide ruffs CostA no more than any good maline and outlasts many times LACES AND SHEER EFFECTS Laces and sheer effects of all sorts re if it were possible more popular than ever There is a growing fad for Ombre or opalescent effects hence linings are usually in contrasting than matchine colors and often two or three thin fabrics are used one over other to obtain the desired effe t Linings of striped checked or flowered taffetas are modishly employed under voiles and other transparent meshes Too Late Too Late There is a great host of weary men and women toiling on through life toward the grave who most sorely need just now the cheering words and helpful ministries which we can give The incense is gathering to scat terabout their coffins but why should it not be scattered in the hard paths on which their feAt today are treading The kind words arelying In mens hearts unexpressed trembling on their tongues unvoiced which will be spoken by and by when these weary ones are sleeping but why should not they bespoken now when they are needed- so much and when their accents would give such cheer and hopeThe flowers are growing to strew on their graves bat why not out them now to brighten dreary lives and dark paths Many a good man goes through life plain plodding living obscurely yet living a true Christian life doingmany aqulet kind ness to his neighbors and friends yet seldom hearing a word of commendant or praise The vases filled with the incense of affection are kept sealed The flowers are not cut from the stems One day you stand by his coffin and there are enough kind things said to have brightened avery hour of his life if only they had been said at the right time There are enough flowers piled upon his casket to have kept his chamborfilled with fragrance alt through his years it only they had been sent day by day How his heavy heart would have thanked God ifiu the nsldat of bid toils burdens and struggles he could have heard iffew of the words M4 apra1tiat afengrif o lAlmostyiik or plii tron and collar of lace or miisin tucked embroidKred or orna inented in some elaborate style ai d extra Waists of whatever material ae all of lingerie modes There is an end less demand vih these gauzy collars for a 8IlIetllor tllfenin2IDressmakers and up women hero are U8lnKTryune a new pat ented device for holding up lolluS that is altogether satisfactory in wear andvery dainty imappear nce In the form tl silk roVered elongated round at both ends it is guaranteed not t twist rut drjscratch the neck and it washes perfectly If a heavie stiffener is desired the same material it made into a single bone and in thii form is called Ustikon It is thi slender double loon however that Is be lug exported to Paqnin Donctt Kelt fern PJren and other fatuous Pit Ia modistes- J EWELUY SiVELTIK- SWliat is known as If iiluve Ban gle is the latest novelty in bracelets It is a round plain bangle in pearl gold or jet without stones and is used especially to holdup the long loose wristed gloves that are now univ re ally worn In hat pins the amber balls or oblong shapes are very much in favor here and as they blend well wito many hints HUrl are not at all ex pensive no one nqed be denied the pleasure of indulging in this uiwlu if it appeals to their fancy luUfiTKATIOS Thanks are dUe the McCall Co- wmakers and designers of t as hi on for handsome illustration accompanying thh article GLovE AND PARASOLS tong gloves are worn by every who wears the half or th ee quarter sleeve nf and more blank glatie kidd ate seen than ever befote since gloves were in 1r r vented With warmer weather the fabric gloves will no doubt displace kids and there is quite a leaning to ward mite with long wrists Tcese are a good choice only for the woman who is posessed of an unusually pretty well kept hand Linen parasols are to be used popularly this year and handsome parasols are a mass ol chiffon lace and every sort of elaboration The latest fad is the Directoire parasol with an enormously long straight stick such as one sees in old time prints and paintings of that period It is needless to say that such an extreme style will bo confined to the few Rosalind May 0 s Co Cotumbtl O I TteWSCOraEB Wjno Bir H mf farrwithKidi 1 wu rand with ont Dottfe in 3 RHEUMATISM CURE Ig Sohl a VruJlJlists Alsoat PERKY THOMAS Dmc Store wasted on ears that hear them not How much happier he would have been in his weary days if he had known how many generous friends he had I But poor intuit he hid to die before the appreciation could express itself Then the gentle words spoken over his cold lorm he could not hear The love blossomed out too late fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Ilvonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Graysville Motbree of my cus tomers were permantly cured of con sumption by Dr Kings New Dis covery and strong to day One was trying to sell his property and mover to Arizonla but after using Discovery a short time he found it unnecessary to do so I regard Dri Kings New Discovery as the wonderful medicine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lnng healer Guaranteed by Stockton and Hagan Druggists 50c and 1 Trial bottle free If Begardine the disposal of dead an imals it is a loss to bury them If they are chopped to pieces and covered with fresh manure they will soon decompose The head should then be raked and the bones removed and ground pounded into small pieces To reduce the bones put them into wood ashes keeplnthsm damp with liquid ma nure or convert them iu to superphos phates by adding one ponadof sulphur ic acid to one and onehalf pounds of bQne Whllfl the carcass f in the ma nure theheap koildW iriii Aeovered wlut aiiii The Hessian Fly The United Sates Department of Agriculture in Circular No 70 on the Hp linn Fly h says Probably noothor jjheatthe Hessian Fly thought the chinch bug is doubtless a close second Dur ing years whtn it is excessively shun rdant hundrpila of thousand of acres wheat may be either totplly destroy d or badlv injured as to reduce thin the yield 50 to tfl per cent and the monetary losses expressed in dollars ill would run far np into millions This insert is an old in sense inzthatandourmany cases still at a loss reeardine the 8 het methods of warding off its doves Dflttiorilife hlstorv natural enemies remedial measures etc the following conclusions see gt von Methods for controlling the Hessian fly the worst pest of the o wheat field In the fall wheatgrowinc section maybe summarized as followsi Sow the best of Heed in thoroughl y prepared fertile soil after the major portion of the fall broad has made its appearance and passed out of existence and it possible sow on ground not de voted to wheat the preceding year lirthe spring wheat section late seeding in will not apply It seems likely a on tho contrary that the earlier it is sown in spring the less it will puffer from the Hessian fly But good seed plesaeitialDo Not be Imposed Upon Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the merit and popularity of Foley Honey and Tar many imltilionsare offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Hcney and Tar and refuse any substitute offered is no other will give the e dtivesafest for children and delicate persons STOCKTON HAGAN Woniertul Pk nom noaln Bourbon At one oclock on last Sunday morn ng1 N Rank who lives npar Eliza beth was out in his yard and says he heard the most beautiful music both instrumental and vocal that he ever listened to It sounded like a Catholic Chime and looking into the heavens he saw in letters of fire between the horizen and zenith these words June 115 1900 Fear not for Jesus Christ is the Savior of all men And God shall wipe sway all tears from thine eyes and there shall be no more death neither borrow nor crying neither shall there be any more pain for the former things have passed away Rank says be does not know what June 15th mEanswhether he is to die get mar- anedbut he declares he was strictly sober anti paweveryihingjustasitisdescribed fibeenthe sight be witnessed lisa put him to thinking and he cant tell whether he is still an aii stio or not but most- likelynot Paris Uemocrata A Mountain of Goldthcould nofbring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wllker of Carolina Wis pSalvening sore on her leg which had tor tured her 28 long years Greatest an tiseptic healer of Piles Wounds and HagansdrugDropping Boards One ot the most important fixtures for the poultrvhouse is the droppin hoard and at the same time it is the one thing of all others that is most often neglected In many otherwise wellconstructed honses yonwill find that the dropping board has been forgotten and should one have been provided it is allowed to remain filthy for weeks and even is allowed to accumulate and fowls are forrel to breathe the disease laden air iiiah after night until they bigin to sicken and die when all at once their n viier concludes that per blips it is time to clean the house H w much easier is it to have adro plug board u instructed under the roost anl clean ir each day Just a few minutes tiiiiM and the work is done Every few days throw a law hand fuhof lltue mi the board and disease will have no chance to start Nothing winces the vitality of the stomach lifct these predigested break fast foods It to the stomachs specific function to digest fooj and whoa filled with predigestnd hatter dally it i6 robbed ef its natHMlpracticei XaLhiies4i hi t3thiirEs I44aa HH Wrdjriithful lolly iI 7 k citIEL0 JIT SHIELD EARP 1r WiLL COTHINGMens Youths and Boys Suits at The most economical to buy because they are better made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at Popular Prices None Genuine Without the Label on the Collar FOR SALE BY A B CLARK Edenton Kentucky rbaIEvivo riRESTORES VITALITY MacleaWell M GBEAx IIiJbUE33XTO3E3C Ett TV IlJLjtf pro duces the above results In 30 days It ictl powerfully and Quietly Cures when all others CilL yonngmen wiltregain their lost manhood and old men will reenTer their youthful vigor by tulcz BEV1VO It quickly and surely restores Nerrout Bees Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emlulont t Power Filling Memory Wastlnz Dlseusitnd effects ot leUabuee or excess and Indiscretion trhich unfits ono forstudy business ormarriage II tot only cures by turtles at the seat of disease but Isacreit nerve tonlo and blood builder bring back the pink glow to palo cheeks andre ing the fire of youth It wardA off Insanity Consumption Insist on bating HEVIVO no It can be carried In vest pocket By null 100 per package or six for OCOO with poll live written guarantee to cure or rotund the money Book and advise free Address VtI LtU4 MEDICINE CO SSuS t For Sale by Terry Thomas Phone 184gets the best C 0 AL COMPANYRichmond nt load of the best coal obtainable go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we aye the peo e who sell tk 6ac ltOlta1 eactAWo ak l kt3X all guaranteed to give sati- sctionand we make prompt livery Beattyville Coal Company- D R Freeman Mgr Phone 184 Yard Aspen av Why Not Get a Piano or Cecilian We sell them on terms that will pay you to buy Do not rent when you can purchase on about the same payments nd get a fine piano Our fall stock is complete and what you want you will nd in our store We have a lotof organs that have had some use that we re making wonderful discounts on j Call in and hear e Cecilian Piano or the Cecilian the only perfect layer ro01 t O m- llSC eO 146H8 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky THE CLEVELAND BUF- FALO8T TOANSITCOMPANY CONNECTING CLEVELANDand WHILE YOU SLEEP toasT SEW CITY OF BUFFALO aNn CITY OF ERIE Both together being without doubt la all respects the and fastest that are run in the interest of the traveling public Ia the United States TIME CARDDAILY INCLUDINO SUNDAY UAVC anmv- eClmhRiB pm Byffals 630 ai Biff2J 8pB Clewlaai 630 am CCNintL TINt OIlCHESTIIA ACCOMPaNIES STUMEII Connectloni made at Buffalo with trains for all Eastern and Canadian Cleveland for Toledo Detroit and all points West and Southwest Tlckcli nttlct er LS tMS Ry will be cnMt4- M Ills CSIIpIIl Stitwrs wiltoct tilra ckcrii Low Rates Cleveland to Buflaio and Niagara Fall every SauirdajrNtsht abo Buffalo to Cleveland C AsirTichet ents for tickets via cn Line Scud leer curoruinsratedarnpheL- W Fl mKjRAlli 5 P niilifCnNNiMll i c 0 ap 1 NuMBER I e 0- WOOLe j t jJr J Madison and adjoiningatcounties and in order to JJIHighest j Market Prices J1 You will a mistakeJ tIIr prices j e Covington Arnold Bro c Main Street ep J rWanted For Our Army Wanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men be tween the ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the United States of good character and temperate habits who can speakread and write English For information apply to Recruiting Officer Richmond Ky Oldham Building Chance to See the World t C R opociais JiitzC 6 inch Jardiniers loc vrw 8 inch Jardiniers 39c 59c L1Iatting Tacks 3 boxes for 5c t Ic per box fI Ice Cream Freezers all sizes I1 3 quart 180 4 quart 25e4 gallon Water Coolers 185 410 r6 gallon Water Coolers 215 +Household Paints pt cans lOc fI rC CottagePoles lOc y Watering Pots 15c 20c 30c Picture Frames 16x20 size 69c to 150 Decorated Meat Dish 11 inch lOc Fancy Paper Napkins and Lunch Sets Hvr Ik STIie RACKET STOREt KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IIFORC ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS IIPrice Surest and Quickest Cure tat THROAT and lUNG 11I LBS or MONEY SACK tLie OV It O ttnekri Farms sad Oitr property fpr IIle D W TWBDM Meal ttv gt 52 make Newby Carriage Works i ADEstesProp All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairingas- peclaIty guar anteedCaIl and get 0 before purchasmganythmg in this save you money New Carriage Wbrbi L Nwy fir r a JIIIFT flEAT LOOM ENE SALE AT w D e 0 o ooeo o e se 5 F We never inflate values We never quote merchandise as be ing worth more than it really is This great sale means a wonderful saYing to the people of Madison and adjoining coun ties Come expecting big ba- rgainsyoll will not be disap pointed Tell your neighbors and friends of the big Sale Come early and take advan tage of this great opportunity We have engaged plenty of extra sales people to wait on you promptly No goads charged during this sale Cash down when goods are delivered is the motto s I not for and will In announcing our Fifth Loom End Sale we offer to our friends the benefit of our twenty years experience as sellers up to date merchandise We just had total loss of our entire stocL of goods by to purchase for an entire stock consisting Dry Dress Goods Shoes and Caps Furnishing Goods for men women Carpets Oil Curtains Oil Shades etc in the history of our career have we in large assortments We everything to buy for spring Quality being the one consideration making our and in to the above have just from visit to the at their request when we an enormous of Loom Ends staple dry at less than cost to the manufacturer we have to our entire new stock in with the Loom have Great Loom End Sale that will will all former efforts You all know what it means when we advertise sale it means something more than the ordinary to the public It means that every we make will be carried out to the letter means that the of and are opportunity to their needs with highgrade seasonable goods at marvelously low prices You are to come and see and save No matter how you may be we can show the style suit you want and at price you will wantto pay Loom End prices marked in plain on the Red Tickets on every suit and pair pants I LOOM END BARGAINS Prices goods styles will be an agree able surprise to who to see them Dont delay Early comers receive choicOne of fine French Sateens for waists comfort regular valueJ 2 JC- All 25c yd Loom Sale price our Table Linen Napkins will be sold during this sale at Loom End prices All qualities marked in plain with Red Tickets fine Bleached Table GO inches wide YdpriceOne lot of fine Bleached Table Damash 66 wide YdEndJirregularOne lot of fine 36 inch White Madras raised lot solid colored Organdies in all the new shades 2cprICeWhole barrels of in all silk quality will be shown at this at prices not onethird their actual value Lace Curtains Now is the to buy them We have just received from the mills two large cases of imperfect Curtains damaged at the and sold as damaged Cur tains You will be able to pick from these Curtains any kind you are looking for from the lowest grade to finest imported Notingbam weaves and you buy them at almost Dont miss this chance to buy fine Lace at less than the quality would cost you Come the first day soon after before they are picked over Dont wait YdLoomjLoomC 10000 yards elegant India Linen all our 12t 15 and YdLoomOne lot plain white Madras mercer ized regu lar price 25c these are in lengths ofJ 9 J2c1 to 10 yds Loom price WE ARE LOCATED opposite the Glyndon Hotel at present Dont miss the place fail to and dont broke when you come ask for credit during this Sale t J J t t 00000000000000000cos eo o oe eee tvfiWe do pick our time having these Great LoomEnd Sale Opportunities for buying high class seasonable flier chandise at less are not often with and when the mills write us to we have to go at once or we get goods Our summons carne earlier than this Wei went took advantage of the opportunity and bought enthusiastically some might say wildly but we know our customers appreciate our efforts when they see the wonderful bargains offereds Watch the Red Tickets for Bargains in Every DepartmentrcicES s eeeeo o ee 8eo Great and patrons buyers and of recently a fire and had thislsprings business new of goods of Goods Notions Clothing Hats and Trunks Valises Cloths Linoleums Rugs Druggets Mattings and never mercantile bought so carefully or such had in purchases additon lines we returned mills purchased lot of and fancy goods and decided throw Ends and eclipse promise It people Madison adjoining counties given an supply invited fastidious you exactly a figures of and all come first good making dresses and 1 End Fine and figures One lot of Damask inches stripe One Ribbons sale time slightly mill nothing Curtains cheapest or figures End Dont come be Dont than value met come dont the usual season 11JNever was such unheard j of low prices named on I bran new up to date JItised everything in theIentire store at Loom pricesaand the Skirts no matter if they are the newest land best styles for this season will have to go So come while you can get your size and buy them at Loom End prices We are showing a beau tiful lot of new Shirt Waists for ladies bought especially for this sale You buy them at Loom End pricesi e e e s tl r a a la Shoes All our Shoes will be sold during this sale at Loom End prices All marked in plain figures The LaFranee Fine Shoes for ladies have been marked down for this sale e LOOK OUT FOR THE RED TICKETS In Ever Deportment They Moon Bargains For You r R I H M ONDc KENPUCAKY 1r IJ El a a J L 0 rT ILlp ji = I f 1Tr T 4Sr IPartTWb o Y I fjjf3 RICHMOND CLIMAXo 0 i f Part TWO r f RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAI lfAY 23 1906 UMBER 52 NOVEL RELIEF PLAN ILLINOIS EDITOR ORIGINATES EGG DAY FOR FRISCO Ten Thousand Dozen Speedily Con tributed by Wives and Daugh 4tersof Jersey County Farmers Jfrseyvllle IlLAs a result of egg day In this city more than 12 KIO eggs or 1000 dozen have been co- lIted for the San Francisco people who were made homeless and penn si as a result of the earthquake and fliP Egg day was originated by J M rage editor of the Jersey County Democrat who appealed to the clti zfns especially the wives of the farm ers of Jersey county to contribute a few dozens of eggs to the Frisco suf fers May 5 was designated as pgg day and the generosity of Jer sey county residents was never shown to better advantage It was a real gg day and this town appeared to K egged from every section of the ounty The eggs are all fresh and will be ilc most nutritious food that can be ippiied those who are lying in San Krandsco hospitals from injuries je ived in connection with the disas tr Jerseyvllles contribution will forwarded at once Mr Page the originator of this rot scheme urges that similar con trilmtlons be made by other towns it ronghout Illinois Missouri and Kan sIs the three great eggproducing taPs He thinks It would be one r the best relief schemes that could adopted because nothing better t pat could be offered than pure frsh country eggs He believes It would be a good thing for his fellow oantry editors to adopt the same Idea and have an egg day In every coun ty success of our egg day said I Mr Page was accomplished appar mly without any trouble whatever Mephoned to a large number of the farmers wives and daughters of the roimty and to the different villages uid they willingly and gladly contrib ute these eggs- Although the number is not very at still if all the towns in Illinois ssourl and Kansas would do theme millions of fresh eggs would be light to the hospitals of San Fran o Santa Rosa and San Jose and r places where they are so badly led for the sick and wounded It nould be very little trouble to estab lish egg day In any of the country wns of this state It would be one trip best relief acts that could be iiTip for the many sufferers NJOTE IN MARES MANE Maine Man Finds Communication from Missouri Woman on Purchased AnimaL Lewlston MeSecurely fastened wires under the mane of a hand mp bay mare one of a carload of lern horses lately arrived in wiston for George P Curtis was scaled etter apparently written by woman the former owner of the rse The note was discovered by hostler while he was grooming animal The letter read as fol IA- Madville Mo Feb 24 1906 Jai Sir To the man who buys this man Her name is Nina She is a iind and splendid work horse and rust some one will get Tier who will kind to her and feed her well for I was a pet of mine Would you 0 kind if you get this note to p me a few lines to let me know ir she Is and now far from home is I am very anxious to know ft og to hear from you please Mrs J D McMlllen- r r Curtis is the proprietor of a rv stable He will acknowledge i receipt of Mrs McMillens note Twins Twice Within One Year John DiESton of Grand View all town over the line In Edgar My Illinois holds the record of ommunlty for living up to Presi Roosevelts antirace suicide Eleven months ago Mrs Dlss Secame the mother of twins both which are alive and thriving A f days ago her husband and friends surprised when sue brought two little ones Into the world under- f rable conditions The latest ar rils give promise of being as hearty longlived as their predecessors 1 e father is a young farmer who f he has not time from his corn r ruing to advise the president of the notion of his family War on Tuberculosis 1 song measures against tuberculosis live been taken by the local govein put board of Scotland writes Consul I mlng from Edinburgh It is jut In class of infectious diseases and Jitupaign of disinfection is Inaugu rated Alive Under 2100Pound Roller charles E the 12yearold son of David Dries of near Kutztown Pa was engaged in rolling land with a roller the other day when the horse took fright and ran away The boy fjil and the 2100pound roller passed ever him but the ground was soft and he got out of It alive Tea Shipments Cease Owing to the disturbed conditions in Russia the tea shipments to that coun try from Calcutta have almost ceased Small quantities were sent to Riga and Butoum but much below the average of previous years QUAKE HURTS BROOM CORN Great Quantities Burned in San Fran cisco Increases Existing Shortage Mattoon I11The San Francisco earthquake will have Its effect on the broom corn trade throughout the country as it was the distributing point for broom corn and broom sup plies on the Pacific coast and carried extensive tocks These were all lo cated in the district where the flames first started and the brush stored was destroyedThis would be felt at any time- but more keenly now than at other time because of the general scarcity A careful Investigation of the broom corn situation In the nois district shows that fully half of the stock held in the warehouses In April has been disposed of and shipped to the inanUfactuers and It is said that fully twothirds of the brokers In Illinois are now out of brush That there la no brush In the farm ers ha1W that Is for sale at present prices Is very evident or the brokers would fit their orders from the tam wariOUI1s aa uca tnat broom corn win no Iawants of the manufacIturershavetent by track buyers 60tonsou wouldtakeup every warehouse in the city THE CANCER DEATH RATE istrictsto Djzeas- eNewYorkTbepop notion that arebecoming certainconditions dlsIEease IlDrsays on an elaborate study of the t coveringevery yearsIttheIncreaseare far higher In the rural than in the cities Persons districtsI In hard outofdoor labor liable to the disease than those rollowt ing sedentary occupations It Is markIedly prevalent in well watered well timbered wes ttFurthermore Prof McConnell says amongforeigubrnnative Americans but the death rate Is only apparently greater among the former here than In their native lands Women are more subject to cancer than men In fact a woman is about twice as likely to have cancer as is a man Cancer mortality is highest after the sixtyfifth year of life and after the fortyfourth year is greater among the unmarried of both sexes than the married The general average age of death from cancer Is 58 years INDIAN WANTS TELEPHONE Creek Fullblood Presents Perplexing Problem for Exchange ManagersI Muskogee I TJohn R Goat a fullblooded Creek Indian who lives six miles south of Holdenville has ordered a private telephone line builtJ from the Holdenville exchange to home in the country Now the Hold enville exchange management Is up against the proposition of either put ting on a Creek interpreter in its central office or cutting Mr Goat off the exchange as the Creek speaks only his native tongue and cannot make central understand what number ue wantsGoat Is the man who last summer as a delegate to the Sequoyah conven tion at Muskogee got up and made a speech on some question He comI lieIfor or the matter InI pointJA Creek Indian was asked what Mr Goats occupation is and he replied Oh nothing but being a fullblood ed This answer Indicates that so long as an Indian is a fullblood there is a living in it for him until byI chance he signs a warranty deed toI his allotment when he thinks he is signing a oneyear lease contract Learning White Mans Ways Lo the poor Indian whose un tutored mind makes him the easy prey of the white sharper but whose mind tutored in a law school and stimulated by the atmosphere of the national capital is capable of attain ing contingent fees of unprecedented dimensions Robert S Owen a Cherokee has won a suit for his nation for 5000000 against the United States being the cost of the tribes removal from Georgia to the Indian territory 68 years ago Of this he Is to receive 15 per cent For winning another case this same copperhued attorney got 265000 from the Chlck asaws and Choctaws Judge Spent 08 Cents The nomination and election penses of A J Vinje judge of theI Seventh Wisconsin circuit courtI amounted to 98 cents all used for postI ige for sending out and filing tion papers ALPHONSO HAS A CAMELI The Animal Is a Souvenir of the Kings Journey to the Canary Isles Madrid All the good things are coming Alfonsos way and though his thoughts and Inclinations were to ward the Isle of Wight where Prin cess Ena is staying with her royal mamma he went to the Canary is landsJust how the visit was appreciated may be understood by the gifts which were literally showered upon him Of these the camel was rather the most imposing- He arrived at Cadiz at eight oclock In the morning Great quantities of fruit and flowers were showered upon himHe experienced very rough weather on the voyage back One seaman was badly injured and was presented with 20 by the king King Alfonso was met at Cadiz by Senor Moret the premier Prince Car los of the Asturlas and the Infanta Teresa They went on board the gun boat and traveled up the jQuadalqulver to Seville Here an enormous crowd had gath ered to meet them In spite of the stormy weather The royal party was cheered enthusiastically and many cheers were given for Princess Ena The Liberal club presented the king with a gigantic corbeille of flowers composed of 10000 red and yellow pinks tied with ribbons in the British and Spanish national colors The king Immediately sent this magnifi cent floral gift to the Isle of Wight for Princess Ena declaring hed never seen such superb flowers Filipino Student Wlnu San Victorress a Philippine student and a member of company G won the Hazelton medal in the annual regi mental and competitive drill at the University of Illinois a few days ago Victorress Is one of the 40 Filipino students who entered the university last year during commencement week Over 50 cadets took part In the contest Bridesmaids for Sire A Parisian lady has established an agency for the supply of bridesmaids to prospective brides who are In jiced of such attendants As the same girls in the same dreswe take part la many different bridals a fee of a sovereign for eock girl k eoaUered tlcMBU8 JttMt MM CMttWV 0 DRINKS MATCH GOWNS f SARTORIAL SYMPHONIES ATcSUMMER SODA FOUNTS Feminine Fashionables Will Order Cooling Beverages of Same Tint as AttireFrapped Finery New York Drinks In pastel shades taken through straws will be popular with women at fashionable soda fountains this summer So that those who aim to be sartorial symphonies can carry out the color scheme in their soda fountain drinks and have their costumes shoes parasol andigloves all of the same color For In stance a woman in an old rose frock an take a strawberry flip or one In blue suit a Blueberry TadL Those who like cherry cobbler New York flip or cherry cocktail will find that they correspond splendidly with a light pink colored dress while a claraque goldenade or raspberry punch Is appropriate with claret toned costumes If this matching of drinks and gowns is popular thenIsllverade will be a light frothy gray will harmonizeI beautifully with the many suits of- hat tone already much worn for both street and afternoon use Among the new drinks there are liquorthatto many women These are almond rickey mldzumar punch Roman flipNewwho has charge of a soda fountain are as a rule favorites with women and those who go in for fadst and anything that Is newIThere are some women who tryt everything on our menu he says and change the drink each day The favorite one however especially with young girls and middle aged women Is the old standby ice cream soda with chocolate or cherry flavors Next tp these I think our frappes or Ice cream sundaes as they are fre quently called made with the cream sirup and fresh fruit are standardNorders Of these vanilla with cherries and the flavor or Ice cream with walnuts and a maple sirup are In greatest demand There are frequent calls for peach pineapple strawberry raspberry cream of cocoanut and the walnut bisque which the same as that made with cream sirup and the whole nuts except that on the top there is whipped cream with chopped nuts frozen hard INDIANS ARE RESPONSIBLE Although Not Citizens the Red Men Must Keep Their- Contracts Guthrie OklaJudge Bayard T Hainer sitting in the United States district court at lawhuska has decided that his lack of citizenship dees not relieve an Indian from paying his debts or carrying out any contract into which he has entered In the case Issue a white man bad done some work for an Indian and the latter refused to pay claiming that as he was an Indian no contractural power was vested in him that he could not be forced to pay the debt as he was in the same legal state as an InfantIThe court held after a full hearing that with the exception of contracts relating to lands and annuities the Indians although sustaining tribal relations can contract and sue and be sued that it was the policy of the government to educate the Indians and to teach them to transact business and become selfsustaining and to hold otherwise would be contrary to public policy He further held that were Is no act of congress which forbids ordinary contracts being entered into by an Indian and their enforcement In the courts of the United States Honey in Texas The production of honey in Texas this season Is greater than for many years This is due to the remarkably favorable weather and to the increased number of bee colonies Uvalde county west of San Antonio the leading honey producing section the United States There are more colonies of bees in that county than any other in America The open winter coupled with copious rains has made it possible for the bees to store honey during practically the entire winter and the result Is that there has been a constant marketing of the product this season through the months that usually are not pro ductive bf profit for beekeepers Unconscious Millionaire Thomas McCarthy a bartender at the Lincoln hotel New Castle Pa lately learned that he has been a mil lionaire for six years So Is his broth er Michael McCarthy of Waupum foreman ofa Plttsburg Lake Erie section gang Six years ago their uncle who left long ago and made a fortune in Australia died In Denver Reaving Thomas and Michael 1000000 each However neither knew of this until a day or two ago when they learned It accidentally Gubernatorial Elections Governors will be elected this year In 25 states namely Alabama Califor ala Georgia Idaho Iowa Kansas Maine Masaschusetts Michigan Minnesota Nebraska Nevada New York New Hampshire North Dakota Ore gon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Vermont Wisconsin and Wyoming WOULD RETAIN HERD LAW Western Oklahoma Farmers Greatly Perturbed Over Threatened Change Oklahoma City Okla Farmers in western Oklahoma and especially in Beaver county which has been free range for cattlemen since cattle were brought to Oklahoma are becoming greatly concerned over the fact that free range will expire In August next and making extended Inquiry how to proceed to enforce the new rule They want herd law but do not know how to get It Albert Wellborn a farmer of Beaver county who claims to be posted In the matter said Some time before the law expires onefourth of the legal voters of Beav er county should petition the county commissioners to divide the county into cattle districts of not less than two nor more than four congressional townships or not less than 72 11ot more than 144 sections After this is done If onefeurth ot the legal voters of a cattle district rdllwt orfty vote cast at tne election It Lw herd law will give it to them takeninhoma where the free range has pre beinglaimedwith the modern methods of farming fmmlgrationtothe past year has been wonderful CRAVE SCANDAL DISCLOSED Italian Government Robbed of Mil lions Through Worthless Navy Supplies RomeThe parliamentary commis aba charged with an investigation oi the management of the Itanan navy parlillmentaand AccordIng amongthemclass A firm which furnished over 6000 na7Isworthless bythenewer furnished In the quantity con tracted for and even the guns pur chased by the navy at an enormous cost are reported as deficient in technical construction reporlthroughoutpanic The shares of the steel works at Tern have already lost 500 points In the markets and the same Is the case with most of the Italian stocks and bonds The king Is in a very indignant mood because of the extraordinary revela tions and the newspapers of the penin sua are loud In their denunciation ol grafters It Is also announced that Admiral Mirabel o the minister of the navy has already tendered his resig nation to the king PORTO RICAN STATUS OF ISLAND NEITHER CITIZEN NOR ALIEN Efforts Being Made in Congress to Give Them Definite Relations People Dissat isfied Washington Administration Infiu ence Is being exerted to confer the rights of citizenship on Inhabitants of Porto Rico but with slim chances ofL success at this session of congress Identical bills have been pending in the two houses since early in the winter designed to rescue the Porto Ricans from their anomalous status In the senate where Mr Foraker has been most aggressslve in his support the bill has been favorably reported from the committee on Pacific islands and Porto Rico of which the Ohio senator Is chairman- It has not progressed In the upper branch because Of the opposition of Mr Spooner and other senators wflo think with him on colonial problems and who fear that giving the slanders citizenship would necessarily In volve extending over them the privi leges and protection of the constitution and other blessings which they do not deem wise to bestow In the house the speakers opposi tion to the measure has successfully prevented any action of whatever character on the proposal and It still lies In committee The temper of the house committee Is believed to be favorable to action but Mr Cooper has been unable to get the speakers con sent to present the matter to the Beekman WInthrop represents that the people of Porto Rico feel that they have been rather badly treated In this matter There is no way In which they can become cit izens of the United States by their own action Not being aliens and having no foreign sovereignty to re become naturalnounce they cannot ized They were classed as Spaniards under the Spanish control and they cannot understand why they should be placed In an inferior position un der a more liberal and democratic governmentThe of the Porto RIcan is not as good as that of the Spaniards residing In the Island who elected un ler the organic act to continue subjects of Spain for they have the rights of aliens and can If they so desire become citizens of the United States by naturalization Repeated efforts to so amend the statute as to permit the naturalization of Porto Ricans have been defeated There was a difference of opinion In the senate In 1900 when the Porto RIcan act was passed as to what the status of the native islanders should be and many felt apprehension that legislation with respect to them might as a precedent prove preJudi- cIal to our Interests In connection with legislation for the Philippines Senator Foraker contends that since most of the questions which then gave rise to doubts have been solved there Is no longer any reason for fur ther delay on that account- If a Porto RIcan should see fit to come to the United States or to en gage In any commercial transactions Involving shipments to or from this country he Is required by our coast wise and navigation laws to use ships of American registry But neither In the Island nor here can he sue In the courts as a citizen of the United States If he should visit a foreign country he Is denied the privi lege of carrying a passport or having any definite status of citizenship that is known or recognized by other coun tries FIND DOGFISH GOOD FOOD Once Despised Fish Now Called Flake in Great Demand in England Plymouth England The English people are taking a hew view of the dogfish which they now find good to eat The Cornwall sea fisheries corn mittee has recently Indorsed the fa vorable verdict previously given at Plymouth as to the edible qualities of dogfish and no doubt their approval will give a further stimulus to consumption of this once deplsed nI Tbe committee also approved of the new name given the fish flake the general acceptance of which ladesd may now be said to be assured Whereas only a few months ago com plaints were made at the ravages com mitted by apparently Inexhaustible shoals of dogfishi the fishermen aoV complain that they caHBOt get enough flake for the market They bop t for their sedy retwai Preparation I re heist made te IteUet Mi- Iameuiiil r I DOLLAR WHEAT What It Means to The Farmer RUSTS and monopolies are 2l i T considered to be unfair IWIMSO they tend to make the rich riciior and the poor poorer Nevertheless In som cases the producers are directly benefited For instance wher a big corner raiyr the market prlcb graiij Lao produce to iabuiou sum the farmer benefits If he does not partIwith his wheat too early and a bushel would mean on an average that over 750000000 would go annually into the pockets of the farmers of tie United States The operators later buy up all the available grain and store It In big elevatorsl awaiting the moment to It on the market at the best yieldsfoodfor human ills Thousands of households throughout the farming districts of the United States know the value of Doctor Pierces Golden Medical It Is natures most valuable and healthgiving agentmade without the use of alcohol It contains roots herbs and barks and is IIfoundremedy has a history which speaks well for It because It was given to the public by Dr n V Pierce founder of the In valid lintel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo NY nearly forty years ago and Ias since been sold by dealers In medicines In ever Increasing quantities Some med- Icines tonics or compounds enjoy a large sale for a few years then disappear from the public attention but Dr Golden Medical Discovery has proved such a reliable remedy tonic and liver regulator that It often enjoys the confidence of several g nerntlons in a o family and Its Increased sales year by IIthotonic for the stomach that we know of contains alcohol but Dr Pierce guaran u me way ui nets ana gear for the next season The railway charges for flake have already been reduced from Plymouth to the great centers of population Trolley for China Chinese in British Columbia have organized a 2000000 company to con struct an electric tiolley system In China from Canton to San Wu a ds tance of 60 miles It will be the first strictly Chinese project of the kind and the charter from the Chinese gov erument forbids other than Chinese from holding stock- Frances Purchases In the calendar year 1905 France purchased from the United States articles to the aggregate of 107023123 in 1904 of 93176926 and In 1903 104 155000 The largest items In 1903 were cotton copper and machinery WINS WAGER AGAINST DEATH Only One Remaining of Quartette Containing John Hay and Marshall Field St Louis Capt H W Brolaskl a veteran steamboat man who made a wager with John Hay Marshall Field and Coryln II Spencer has won reImarkabletwo days after the demise of H Spencer The bet was made at a private dinner party on board the little steamer Corwin H Spencer on May 27 1904 where the quartet spent the evening on the river near St Louis It was the occasion of the last visit of John Hay and Marshall Field to this city Capt Brolaskl Is the oldest and youngest man at the table said Cor win H when the subject of rImand Ill bet I live longer than any gentleman present At this time John Hay was 67 years old Marshall Field 68 and Corwin H Spencer 53 Im good for 20 years more said John Hay laughing- I expect to reach the age of 100 added Marshall Field It Isa bet then retorted Capt Brolaski Without venturing any money Ill be living when you three are dead and buried There was a general laugh and the distinguished guests turned to another topicSecretary of State John Hay died at Newbury N H on July 1 last year aged 68 years Marshall Field died In New York on January 15 this year at the age of 70 Corwin H Spencer was hurled at St Louis May 5 He was 55 years old Capt Bro laskl is now 70 years old I have fulfilled the contract he said the other day and have won thE wager whether I live much longer 01 not PASS THROUGH MOOSE JAW Thousands of Homeseekers from the States Make that Point on Way to Alberta Saskatchewan CanThe people oi Moose Jaw probably see more of the American movement Into western Canada than those of any other town in the west This Is the operating Junction of the Soc line from Minne apolis and St Paul with the main line of the Canadian Pacific Seventyfive per cent of the settlers from the states come over the line and changing cars here necessi tates a stop of from 40 minutes p several hours and sometimes two or three days From this point the settlers can go west to Alberta and north and east Into Saskatchewan No great land company has ever itoperatedthe splendid agricultural country di not get Its share of the settlers bu now concentrated public action is be ing taken and the commissioner of Itheboanl of trade Is working over time a g settlers aad business men to g twkat they want The Caaadlaa Pacific is building a UM n rtkwiMtrfrow this poiat to tk S j elbow fJ tfci a mth ft katekewtt wbtci la eeU it up A Mv aI riIIi n c 1 lees that no alcohol Is contained in his Medical Discovery This remedy works the natural way throwing out the oIsons from the blood and correcting the promotIngblood Is on proper nour ishment the nerves get rich red blood dls1appear r nourishment is FeooIof Indigestion and dyspepsia is that the IfbccuuCwhich it should take from the food and sleeplesthe Golden Medical Discovery three times a day I was suffering from loss of appetite pains in stomach bad cough and headaches and was getting thin and weak writes EllIotof Park Hill Ontario I was advised to try Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets After following riiis advice I am to say my health Is greatly Improved D of Haysville Ontario subjlCttoremedies without effect and doctoring gave her Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Sho has not had an attack since taking the first bottle and besides her system is better fortified against colds When she takes a cold she has not the deep croupy cough that accom Althoughhavingn flesh now and we consider her Im rovementdne to tho Golden Medical Discoveryto DO YOU KSOW YOUR OWX SYSTEM physilogymon Sense Medical Adviser which can ahousand toDrcents In onecent stamps for the stampsIcountry witn many nomesieaas snu available The Canadian Pacific rail way has made excellent arrangements here for handling the rush of settlers but it Is reported that the influx is so great at Portal the boundary point that the customs Inspectors are away behind A week ago there were said to be over 200 carloads of settlers effects awaiting Inspection at Portal GAMECOCK KILLS MONKEY In a Battle Between Them the Fowl Uses His Spurs with Dead ly Effect Cincinnati A fight between a mon key and a gamecock resulting in the death of the former after a desperate struggle lasting less than five minutes occurred a few days ago in Elmwood place The monkey was the property of an Italian organ grinder strolling through the village The gamecock belongs to a resident of Linden avenue The monkey broke away from Its master to chase two boys who were teasing it and ran into the residents yard There It met the bird and engaged it at once In a furious struggle the gamecock blinded the monkey and succeeded in planting its spurs in the monkeys side and reaching a vital spot IThe Ultramicroscope The latest scientific invention which lis due to Profs Sledentopf and Zsig mondy of Vienna is the ultramiscro scope an instrument which will en able scientists to examine even the minutest particles which the common microscope is not powerful enough to enlarge It Is said that with the aid of the new instrument the fivemll lion globules contained In a cubic centimeter of human blood can be ex amined as If they were spread on a surface of 18 square feet It is even possible with the new Instrument to see particles measuring the fourmll Month of a millimeter In diameter Wolf Whelps Caught Twentyseven wolf whelps each worth 20 were captured In the Match wood township of Ontonagon county a few days ago by two Wisconsin hunt ers attracted to the peninsula by the generous bounty offered for the exter mination ff these animals It was the biggest ro mlup of the kind ever made In northern lchisan WOMAN AMBITIOUS AT 105 Wants to Outlive Her Children So That She May Take Care of Them Lancaster PaOne of the oldest of living Americans is Mrs Elizabeth Hunt of Brooklyn N Y who will be 106 next summer If she survives till then and who though born In Lan caster was comparatively unknown until she was discovered by a visitor from the city There is no doubt about Mrs Hunts age She has her fathers German Bible with Its birth register to prove It Born in the last days of the eighteenth century before George Washington died she has lived in the time of almost every administration and a cnat with her Is like coming face to face with the birth of the American republic On August 31 1800 this venerable woman first saw the light and drew her first breath In what was then the little borough of Lancaster She was the first born of Frederick and Susan Babel and her father was a German immigrant the proprietor of a bakery Just about 101 years ago when ElIz- abeth was in her sixth year the tam thy remove to New York The old lady finds It tiresome to Journey but her general health is good She docs not use spectacles sha enjoys company and she has no trouble In holding up her end of the con yersatlon Grandma Is highly regarded especiallytof her daubers having passed away in the prime of life leaving families to be cared for Grandma Is far from appearing to be 105 the wrinkles are too few the voica too firs Im an old woman she says kow ever but I doat wsmt to die till wy tItIWr llareMH so I can take eni of tJmiMfatff M tW HT Ltm NOW LET US BLUSH PRAISE FOR AMERICA FROM ENGLISH SOURCET Our and Our joDinnersprian Bridge the Real Thing H New York Bouquets continue to be thrown at the American people Some are odorous some the reverse Wheth er it is praise or blame It always comes to us pretty strongaThis time it is praise An admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge hands itsto us as folIowsmOf the physical greatness and maeterial development of the States the whole world is aware Itbwould be a serious error to suppose that the Americans have developedo only along material lines been a moral spiritual intellectualp development quite as country in the world Is mental culture more highly valued or more diligently s sought- In architecture they stand in the foremost rank Not even the unsighth ly outlines of a group of 18 storied skyscrapers can be cited as evidence of want of architectural good taste Such evidence would bebrefuted by a look at hundreds of ly and beautiful public buildings and sumptuous private houses Large numbers of Americans visit and are right In visiting the old cities of Europe with their historic monuments but nowhere are they likely to see anything of modern date superior to that which they have proved them selves capable of producing The pal aces of Genoa and Venice might be searched in vain for higher taste Inbesign or greater splendor of meattthe Americans show their respect forbhooks The tables in book shops are piled the word is exact with books that are really beautiful specimens of printing It is a treattto glance at the pages of some dainty volumes scattered In rich pro fusion over a shop counter The beauty of some of the bindings is almost dazzling and the multitude of fine de signs is extraordinary- It Is surely worth while to make inquiry as to the racial characteristics of the people who are playing so great a part and who are obylously des tined to play a still greater part In the affairs of the world Has tt ever struck the reader that over the Im mense area of the United States a sin gle language is spoken and that language Is English Conceive what It would be V from London to Con stantinople from Stockholm to Messi- na only one form of speech prevailed The social life of America is at tractive to the English visitor because of its similarity to that of his own He does not feel a stranger Special in tercourse there Is charmingly vivacious and is made intensely interesting by the remarkable conversational powers of Americans of both sexes It is perhaps safe to assert that a dinner party in London can possibly be dull a dull dinner party in Washington Is unthinkableIt surprisingthe conditions being as they arethat much friendli ness should be shown by Americans to the English people generally as well as to individual Englishmen Ex pressions of satisfaction with the pres ent amicable relations between the old country and the new come from all classes in fact Americans are as proud of their English origin as w ought to be of the exalted position which they are taking In the world GOOD OMEN AT WEDDING Dove Eats Rico from Brides Hat at Church Door After Ceremony Fhlladelphla A minute or two after Mary Waters and Michael Do heny had been married and Just as they stepped out of the Church of St Thomas Aquinas a white dove flew down from the belfry and alighted on the brides shoulder- It was such a momentously favor able omennot a bride out of 10000 dares hope to be so luckythat the ricethrowing throng stood in awed silenceThe dove picked away at the rice on the brides hat for a few minutes and then flew back to the belfry Doubtless it was thinking of nothing more poetic than getting a square meal but many a bride would pay 000 in gold for such a goodluck sign at the church door Strange New Mexican Lake About 40 miles south of Zuni there is a singular depression In a plain of cretaceous sandstone about a mile in diameter with walls 150 feet high In the midst of this Is a shallow lake 4000 feet long by 3000 broad the waters of which contain 26 per cent of salt This has been a source of sup ply for salt used by Indians and Mex icans for centuries and lately the salt has been hauled to surrounding ranches everybody helping himself The annual output Is about 1000 tons but the processes are crude Good Headwork- A negro hod carrier In Kentucky Is paid double wages because he does the work of two men He carries from 40 to 50 bricks at a time upon a wide board which he places upon his head Then with arms free he climbs ladders to second and third stories of large buildings never touches the board with its tremendous weight Honor to Mutiny Hero A statue of Gen Nicholson the mutiny hero has been unveiled at Delhi by Lord Minto the viceroy of India CZAR ANSWERS DEMANDS Russian Ruler Revives Old High Court as Tribunal for State Dignitaries St PetersburgIn answer to tho demands of the constitutional Demo crats who It now appears will con trol the new parliament the emperor has revived the old high court This action was taken In response to leaders who declared that the prom Ised constitution made no provision for the punishment of officers of the governmentThe declined to give parliament the right to impeach ministers governors general and other high dig- nitarIes for malfeasance in office The high court was created a century ago for the trial of political offenders Only three cases were tried before it and the last session of tha court was held 70 years ago Tho court consists of a president appointed by the emperpr and six senators Its character will bq changed so as to give It Jurisdiction over charges of malfeasance against ministers gov ernors general and members of tlw- a council of the enlura o no- me minority m the council of the and empire desired to make members oft was thEthischiThebOIthenity or the minority findingsthi GUESTS WERE IMMOVABLE snostessThem But Went Back octonOI New YorkThe failure of a womso ns to rid of lateWI latayingof comment in her hiediateifveningsof the younger set who had ecome absorbed in bridge gave no ign of any intention to depart Two clock and made no eaThecllthemThree oclock came and no relief Inca orFinallyuests still remained the hostess called er butlerHam eggs muffins and coffee for ten In the breakfast room the er aid Very well maam replied the live utler who appeared half an hour later and announced Breakfast Is shouts of laughter the young people made their way to the breakfast room where they did full justiceIto the breakfast and then we and played bridge until seven Loss of Insurance Men At a meeting of New York Insurance S the question of facing the losses y the California earthquake and fire considered It was estimated hat the property loss would reach 600000000 and that the Insurance ha- ilities would exceed 300000000 Itnwas generally agreed that rates mustw be raised Some of the smaller corn were in favor ot taking advan o age of the earthquake clause In their policies Girl Kills Big EagletA young woman of recently killed a large eagle which had been feasting for some time onSher chickens The eagle measured fives feet six and seveneighths Inches from Iowing to wing Chinese Students China following Japans example ixisending large numbers of students 3reat Britain and the continent of Europe They go to the chief Industrial e centerstWORLDS TIME IN DANGER Smokestack Erected in Greenwich May Interfere with the Observatory London The electrification of Lon don which is progressing rapidly un der the wunty councils direction threatens to Interfere with the ac curacy of the worlds chronometers In Greenwich the council has erected a huge generating station and one of the smokestacks is placed right In the plane of the meridian of Greenwich by which the clocks of the world are set It Is feared that smoke from the stack will obscure the view of the great telescope by which the observa tory staff observes the stars as they cross the hair line drawn on the lens handtime In another way the electrical Installations which run the street cars in Kew in the other extremity of Lon ddonstruments in the observatory In Kew gardens that it has been decided e 0sremove It to a point less influenced by electricity Greenwich observatoryt however will remain If the smoke proves an insuperable obstacle the smokestack will be re moved for it can be imagined that the abandonment of ten Greenwich med dan as a standard ot time would lead to incalculable confusion throughout the world GAUDY COLORS HELP TRADE Fancy Wrappers on Goods Attract Buyers Among the Kafllrs of South Africa Washington Advices to the depart mast of commerce and labor from South Africa say that the study of trade characteristics Is necessary to sell merchandise abroad The Doer in South Africa likes color and tinned goods soap etc adorned with a rosy cheeked buxom damsel printed on a vivid ground of scarlet or royal blue will attract them If possible they should be inscribed with a homely sentiment In their own tongue such as Skoonhyd staat nlet verve van godzallghyd for the soap and Een fol bulk getefreenhyd for food and provisions In footgear the wearing qualities should be empha sized and ornate patterns placed on the toe caps No wrapper nor label can be te gaudy to suit the Kaffirs who wi rapidly buy up a whole stock of suc an otherwise uncongenial article as soap in ordeKto obtain the gaily col ored wrappers for hut decoration Strange to say the Kaffirs love of gar ish colors has never been turned to account by oversea shippers SPEED OF THE EARTHQUAKE Striking Illustration of the Velocity of Earth Waves in Seismic Shocks New YorkA report of the velocity with which San Francisco earth tremors traveled from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast has Just been issued by the coast and geodetic survey and strik ingly Illustrates the Intensity of the seismic storm The preliminary tremors which consisted of small Ir regular vibrations are found by a study of the seismographic records to have been propagated across the continent at an average rate of five and a Half miles per second But the motion of the most powerful and destructive shock was too large to be properly recorded by the seismograph These data Indicate that all the earth waves recorded attained an exception ally high speed The rate of propaga tion In the great Charleston earthquake of 1886 as computed from the time data was 775 feet per second In the terrible Japanese earthquake of Oc tober 1891 the computed average vale ity did not exceed 13 miles per second But In the Zante earthquake of March 20 1893 the velocity was very nearly jive miles PHONOGRAPH SELLS ITSELF Sings and Whistles at ft Farmers Vftndoo ud time Bldd GtBwy Darltegtea Pa William Psi aaghtsB hell a Twwte0 tM farmers MX it ttt etC tot aj M2SJ v usenold enacts tanning implements stock Among the household goods a phonograph valued at 10 But farmers did not know its value Fausnaught operated the talking mane himself He wound it up and ned It loose It warbled Every Works But Father Great ap use It was a most wonderful ng and the Enon valley farmers wanted that phonograph One man bid 10 Another quickly apped out 15 A rival called 16 Then It began to Jump Every there had money and there was thing else on the farm they wanted much as that talking machine It whistled Listen to the Mock g Bird the audience went wild Every farmer In the crowd made ups mind that he was going to have it It cost him a good horse The machine finally brought 22 Earthquake Books Within a week after the California and fire disaster a hundred oks were in preparation in different ies giving the complete story One ndred thousand agents have been lled for to market the books some which will be offered to the public fore the embers are cool Antagonistic Flowers A French horticulturist has discov ed that roses and mignonettes cannot together Rose and mignonette placed together In a vase both wither ithln half an hor wr PAYING CHEROKEES RECEIVE THEIR MONEY AND PAY THEIR DEBTS warms of Creditors on Hand When Disbursement Is Made Bank ers Also Seeking De posits Bartlettsville KanThe Cherokee literally rolled In money hen the six and onehalf rail lion dollars received from the sale f the Cherokee strip was disbursed among the tribal citizens a few days ago The per capita share was 16570 he payment was made usually with t wo 1ti bills one 50 one 10 one 5 and 70 cents in silver The money was disbursed by Zeke tarr treasurer and Henry Effort as- istant treasurer of the nation Most f the Indians were in debt and cred itors swarmed In towns where the pay ments were made T A Latta who these payments in recalling incidents lately said Much has been told of the dishon sty of the Indian but In this pay Ieat there were many examples of In tegrity At Tahlequah an old full Mood woman perhaps 60 years old a widow drew for eleven participants in the fund She had traded with many of the merchants who sat at the tables between which she had passed After the money had been counted out to her she swept the entire amount Into ber apron and holding a corner In each hand she passed from trader to trader pausing before each until each had taken a sufficient amount to hal ance her indebtedness Not once did she count the change or investigate the account She was honest and con scious of her own Integrity did not question the honesty of another This was only one case There were scores like It and though not pleasant to re late the confidence thus placed WM something betrayed There are cases where the greedy creditor took a- andful and gave back no change A mixed blood of some astuteness came to settle his account with a trader In looking over his account he discovered a charge for a side saddle mounting to 15 He had not made uch a purchase and had the bill rem died without trouble the wily old- rader merely telling his bookkeeper o place the item to John Does ac count The bookkeeper himself is au thorlty for the statement that In this way that selfsame saddle was collect ed for 18 times- ClaremoreIn bankers were In at tendance from Coffeyville seeking de posits for their banks One store in the town had a safe of moderate di mensions and security and this store was headquarters for bankers and col lectors alike The merchant himself had a mere bagatelle of some 120 000 on the payment After supper the counting room was filled with cal lectors and bankers A parlor table was called into use and money as high as ones chin was stacked on every Inch It was the minute for verifying the memorandum of the day On one par ticular evening there was on this table at one time close to half a million dol lars in crisp new treasury notes Laps ful of money There were wagon loads of It It was no uncommon thing to change a hundred dollar bill for a five cent sale And the scarcity of change was responsible for the custom of charging 25 cents for changing a bill of that denomination BIG COMMERCIAL INCREASE Gain in United States Exports for YearJWashington According to a bulb tin Issued by the department of corn merce and labor the exports from the United States for the first eight months of the fiscal year 1906 are 190000000 in value in excess of those of the corresponding months of 1905 The Imports for the eight months of 1906 are 71000000 greater than for the corresponding period of 1905 The growth In exports of manufactures has been 45000000 and in agricul turn products 133000000 over the same period last year 1 The increase In exports of manufac tures occurs chiefly in cotton goods iron and steel manufactures cars and carriages manufactures of wood main eral oils and leather The Increase in exports of agricnl tural products occurs chiefly In wheat wheat flour corn oats and provl sloan Wheat and wheat flour exports increased about 34000000 corn near ly 20000000 oats over 10000000 and provisions 33000000 On the Import side all groups show an increase except articles of food which in the eight months ended with February 19G6 apounted to only 171000000 against 184000000 for the same time last year Coffee shows a tall of nearly 12000000 and sugar 5000000 The most remarkable increase In the imports says the bulletin occurs la manufacturers materials which show a total gain of over 40000000 ortha eight months of 1906 as compared with the same period of 1905 Checks Signed in Irkh Irish language revivalists have just scored a notable victory The direc tons of the National bank have agreed to accept checks signed la Irish pro vided the signature is repeated in Eng helm One of the advantages of this systKj aa tke bank peiata out that l 4Ct2 as a detiblo nU l trae1rr 1iLIir r YT Ji tr l j1iru ij o u n cr i OfIt L y j3OOO k4Lprobably contains more real dollar for dollar value than anything you could 74select It Is fitted with our guaranteed rubber tires of large size natural grain seat trlnmlsgs rockers covered with patent leather full leather topwith 00OurWeve all the other kin o for lonf more or less Surreys Runabouts Buggies and It the reputation that makes our vehi des gooL Its the vehicles5eptahb0n good If It goes out of Qur especially concerned lbout its wearing juuw- corKentuck rtpto1 and select from several hundred models Carriage Works Phone 232 1CF HIGGINS HOW BOUT A NICE CONCRE E PAVEMENT hour employ a man ot long experiencew have every facility and rst work at a easonable pricewhich enables us Remember Hometand you can timlus at any o If your II OR WET we can make U DRYCELLAR IS W R etcher JrTelephone 142 Telephone J42 The Richmond CtX r1906WEDNESDAY i irmarv Talk up the P A CIzel1 at park Let ti3 see the idea rIac early date bscribeWhatt wails the Infirmary park le oily lucent it will he accej liee the YUiug men wilt start out i aviug a dcvjgt their seed back aftci IT pnoe for it of the There wiR ho a decorati at the g 1vs with appropriate ser m- fij Hill Cemetery May 30andjHe public is invited tot ij flowers atenan 8ton g dizzinesslanguor heart p eaten Pitir physics gripe sicken oans IlilipaRtt LJ cents Ask your drug i Held Overredrial of James Denny Jrw e murder of Robert 3i1Jtoa u City has been cun 1 lit 1iursday nj For Public Schools Noland inf Tt ray ns- sinntfindent fi iirty teacles took t bhc rsitiiotiH for teachers off Called Yesterday J c ed r1of Charles Francis ins 1 with letalning Maggie 0 ml a hits girl was called fla en aHernJOn and he in f seuen years imprison t Iltiary The NInaweb Inn r ns fr of rest in the moi yi kins tho ThreeJForks oi It Refurnished and refittolv Tnr trale cool miljV s delightful w itlnp fishing tennior e r to make It pleasnnp t y trfid F A y Beattyvil Maids Appointed m IV Rhodes Rhackolfordl n r from t his county 4fnd 1 Home Coming with jr- rn i I the Armory bnildim Ipg z iRhraHon has chosen J JM kplfrrrI hill sistfir and Va I irnanr maids hA wil s ell pr Thse two youne fmr mot popular iD selection could have ci OH For Paris rv KniehtR Tnmplar aj j II ivntvflve IncHpFI v t Paris to attend thB Ie i at Stato Conclave Jni r old Richmond was in prtaminc thA great ti ts and ladiOT Thi r lr citv PAris is out I resn ndont withIt on tloln HP Riphmond Comm h Rplendid hnadqnarri jtc flint aaving that our I rItaoccasion If t Colored School Commence Tlit venth annual Commonce oft tdmond Colore l High R ThLin the Grand Onera H a V nv nisht in the presence jTs p InaniflqN It Willi r1pHvArp hv Rv atPrr0 HIIi thonvrhf TIM pcIinnr dolf1 sm1pru11d pflnnof IN Prl cinal PmI IeaftivIentire satCjifaction iflfrtpi Almostovero- rrow j T v niorninc the comm IIIIXprri8A of Madison IIIB l take ptac in the ChriiTL Tf Tho address will bo 0blast T nrday nisht when the ci- fe vities began with the Penrsoi cttl followed on Friday ni ht by amnae banquet there has bean toriol pleasure consisting of I ealefl Tonight the class dayettsea will take place in r Chapel followed by reception of Bt isson the campus Rev E Mel I of rircionati delivered thefcalaureate sermon Sunday mon itA arge audience was present and V yed the masterly discourse t ooghly t It willsoon bb time to harvest youi wheat the only way to do it is with a Deering 2t- u B sjhackelford Co Mr W D Oldham has something interesting to say to our readers in this issue of the Climax Read his mam moth advertisement and profit thereby Many bargains are in store for cus tomers Dont fail to see what the Busj offAring1Mtor Sale A new rnbberlire buggy made to order by one of the most reliable firms in Central Ky just out of the shop Has never been used A bargain Call at Madison Institute tf Oneof the Firm Mr James M Bronston whom everyone knows as the polite and obliging clerk at the Country store has lately become a member of the firm which is composed of Messes H Hand R W Colyer and J M Bronston The last named has been connected with this store since its beginning His friends are glad of bis step forward and con gratulate his associates on having such a man with them Sent Hack to State Courts Attorney Gen N B Hayes appeared in the United States Court in session at London last week and entered a mo tion to file the mandate of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Caleb Powers case and have orders entered directing United States Marshall Sharp to transfer Powers from the jail of Kenton county to that of Scott county The motion was sustained and the mandate was filed and appropriate or ders entered Will be Carried Over Until Next Week We feel sure our readers will be dis appointed over the omission of Major Uurnams reminisence in this weeks issue of the Climax This paper which is devoted to the lawyers will appear next week as usual On account of its length and Major Burnams desire to have all of his data accurate he asked us to allow him to carry this paper No C over until another week Our readers will therefore understand why this omission is made and can look for ward to an unusually interesting paper next week Arrested for Peddling Whiskey In spite of the fact that the saloons are closed on Sunday Ransom Btown and James Gilbert colored under took to supply their liqnor loving friends on that day by buying a supply at wholesale the day before They were however arrested and their ambitious tuuwiuppett In rue uutl they were fined 20 and costsfor peddling whiskey We hope all vncli will learn a leeson and from this on will be willing to let their friends want a little liquor on Sunday The Olympian Springs Situated in Bath Co Ky near the C and O R R under its present new management has been extensively im proved by the addition ofa large hand some hotel containing electricity and complete arrangements for hot and coli fresh and salt sulphur baths the latter being very henificial for indiires tion sciatica rheumatism etc Amuse ments consist of fishing boating billi ards box ball howling golf and dance Ing every night to the music of Wolf Trosts band For rates and other information address J SntiorsLiRB Supt tf may2t- Ityou never saw a tobacco setter call at D B Shackelfords Co and see one It sets your plants in and out of season it waits for no rain 2t j 0 B Sbackelford Co WELCOME Mr and Mrs Clair Bush are welcom ing a daughter at their home on Lyn don Ave Mr and Mrs Clarence Barnes are happy over the birth of a son Mr and Mrs A B Oldham are welcoming a son at their home The little fellow arrived Wednesday MayO 1006 and has been named Kip in honor of his paternal greatgrandfatherMt- Sterling Advocate The proud father is a brother of our esteemed townsman Mr W D Old ham and both he and his wife have many friends here who extend best wishes for the new son IIjb 1iiFire and thuake w- 1I estroy tke Safe DjI in San posit Vaults Thelrcotswere oney preserved and Insurance policies Jewelry wore ssvedt towners your i Should Richtnoad he vIuables be safe f Ii State Bank Trust C- ojJ I c I t t + + t + t + + t T iT E Ei1RU Wi I Panama Hats c1 We are the recognized Panama leaders in this sec c tion Largest stockto choose from the best styles and extra qualit for the price r5to8JOc up t I A Msesage From Elder Our readers will observe the mammoth adv rtisemeut of Mr E V Elder in this issue of Ihe Climax It contains an interesting message and is well worth reading Dont fail to read every line of itItA Musical TreatITIme violin recital Institute last Thursday night by Missy Wren Pearson asstted bv Misses Pearson Eva Smith and Mrs Hanger was a success in all that the word Implies liss Pearson is an artist on the violin and has received the test training thisp country affords The repeated ap platise afier each number showed how oleased the audience was Both Miss Pearson and Mrs Hanger respondedt to a numbej of encores It big to know that both Miss Wren Pear firm and Miss Eleanor Peaison will be with the Faculty at Madison Institute next year Fast Approaching The time for the meeting of the Rail wv Surgattn of Kentucky is fast ap proaching and great preprations are being made for the entertainment and nleasure of these distinguished guests yiusj gptlBg will occupy two days slay 20 and 30th nna10P0fl with a reception by the Medical mervSJMfy11 tonCmntvattheFhksChmmb rooms 6l 29th This will be followed by a ban qiujt at the Masonic Temple which will be given by the citizens of Richmond splendid program of toasts has been irranged and every thing possible is being done to make the meeting a success Richmond should feel mighty honored to have such a gather ing ot prominent men in her midst ud it Is hIpe I thit all our citizen vill endeavor to sustain Richmonds eputatiou for hospitality Melvin Perkins Accidentally KIn ed at Valley View While working on a lathing mill at hi planing and mill works of the Southern Lumber Company at Valley View Melvin Perkins the fourteen yearold son of David Perkins maid ing at that place met with a peculiar awident which resulted in Instant ilnath o b mt 3 oclock Saturday afternoon youit Perkins was hurrying to get a job of work done when a piece of lunr bor upon which he was working as it WAS being pushed against the rapidly revolving saws of the machine slipped from his hands and struck him over the heart with such forte that death wts instant He never uttered a groan but a number of men employed in the mill saw the accident and ran to his assistance but he was dead when they reached him David Perkins the lads father also worked at the mill When he saw his son dead he was almost heart broken Arrested For Buying Examina lion Questions Mr F S Clarkwho was arrested at MU Vernon on tbechargo of having in his possession examination questions uted in the recent examination for county teachers was brought to this city Monday and releasedpn300 boud When Professor John Noland asked the applicasnts to stand upland take the oath that they did not have In their possession and bad no knowledge of the questions is sued from the State Superinten dents otfiee their were five out of the thirtyfive applicants who Immediately left for their homesbut were later served with notices to appear before the grand jury Itwas by thejr con fession that Ernest Clarks guilt was found out whero upon his arrest followed asiovetatedJJestated that he not Jite questions from Bpwljii Cor of Estilf conutyi who was arrested jtou daynd save bond in the sum 500to tlPfMtt be1r bh pis ltlr jfCir Wit Utttrti i THE KENTON BRAND No fabric made is more servicable and satisfactory than Blue Serge provided you get the right kind of Sergethe allwool kind with 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 TO 2500O- ther Suits 500 to IOOO COVINGTON Decoration Day AnnualDecoration Day will be ob served at Red Hill Cemetery near Panola on May 30th at two oclock Appropriate services have been are rouged and everybody invited to at- end and bring flowers to decorate the graves of deceased soldiers Awarded Grand Prize at K U Miss Emma Watts the accomplished oung daughter of Mr and Mrs VsW Watts ol tliis city who graduates this year at Hamilton College has wor the scholarship in Kentucky Unjversity offered by President Jenkins as the grand of the year Miss Watts also has received honorable mention in quite a number of her individual studies Her friends here are justly proud of he splendid record she has madeI Splendid Gate The Whitaker Automatic Gate which has been on exhibition in the Court House yard is meeting with much success It is sold by the Rich mond Gate Manufacturing Company Whitaker Snyder sole owners andI manufacturers in this city Mr J F March of Edneybnrg Ky is the salesman in this county All who have examined thi gate speak in tho high est term oi It Some of our best known farmers are using the Vhitake r PIEvansTMm son Buniam Richard Igo E HI Walker nd many others Persons thinking of btt inc farm gates will dowel to examine tir Vhitaker Beat Their Board BlU Half a dozen men who had been at work on the new dam across the Kelt tncky River near College Hilt quit work this week and left with their board bill unpaid Under a law of recent enactment this is a serious offense in Kentucky and the Sheriffs office at Richmond being notified Deputy Sheriff Sant Bush accompanied by George Edwards of College Hill came over here Wednesday The services of Sheriff Hampton and Deputy Bed ford were secured and they met tbe hobos on the Muddy Creek pike near Pinchem The men were brought to this city and Officer Bush took them to Richmond on the evening train Winchester Democrat The Bernhardt Engagement Camille the play which Madame Sarah Bernhardt the worlds greatest actress will present at the Lexington Auditorium Wednesday May 30 was written in 1848 by the son of the Alex andre Dumas who had thrilled the world by the power of his pen It dealt with the character of Marguerite Gautier a living woman of the period who was one of that phase of Parisian life which is so inseperably interwoven with the nations history She loved Armand Duval they went to live together quietly in the country the elder Duval interfered and Marguerite thinking to save Armand from parental displeasure sacrificed all to drive him from her by pretending faithlessness The story of her gradually broken spirit and body coming finally to the climax and pitiful death whichu th lastecene of the has never been duplicated in the worlds literature and nowhere is there such a scene as tbe deathbed reconciliation whenMargnerite happy in the thought that Armand knows her to be true breathes her last in bis arms and with her fervent blessing When the story firetappear ed in book form Dumas was so deluged witb letters from all over the world that he might be Eaimaderstood he wrote another book in The Marble Heart presenting the opposite ere treme of the same a woman soulless and without conscience But the world sympathetic human world prefers to Marguerite the woman of inherently good Impulwa and noble pHfsacrinc For the con venietice of out of town p trona ot the- dramaeatBtOr tbeeJtNrdfniry en igernent mavbe tecured by mellby addieedBK Manager Robert T Qann emeJotlBftttHHitteBC rowing treo trrtkMM with elt e4dIes4i u1 tIMat6J ttPlr4 Jr t u l b jt4 7i f 1 Low Cut Shoes Low Cuts grow in Lvor every year and our stock is ready to meet the in creased demand All the newest shapes in Hanan WalkOver and Beacons in Tans Patent Leather and Gun Metal 250 to 550All kinds of good Shoes for men and boys Reports from difierent sections of the county say that the blackberry crop will be the heaviest for years An Eight Page Paper On account of an extra rush of adIvertising matter the Ollniax omes out this week in the form of an eight page paper every page of which is of interest Dont overlook any ol it Ice Cream Supper The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church will give an ice cream and strawberry supper June 1st The place will be announced later A Change ol Time The time for the midweek prayer meeting service at the First Preshyter ian Church has been hanged from three oclock on Thursday afternoon to lour oclock the change having been made on account of the extremely warm weather Great Removal Sale We will iron now on sell at cost our entire line of millinery and notions in order to remove to our new place of business over W D Oldhams dry eoods store the first of July Very Trnly- FARLEYand MARCH 2t They Are Here If you dont believe the seventeen year locusts have arrived just take a stroll out in the woods such as was our privelege to dj recently No swamp thickly inhabited by frogs ever sent forth a more perpetual sound than did these locusts The air was laden with their tune the trees were thickly infested with them and the ground under the trees was literally C3v6redwith their hull Yea verily the peste 6rFnarC hare upon ns Splendid Talk Dr J N McOormack Secretary of the State Board of Health addressed a large and appreciative audience at the court house last Thursday afternoon his subject wasIThings About Doctors Which Doctors Do Not Know Dr McCormack is an entertaining speaker and his remarks brought forth much merited applause He is making a tour of the state in the interest of the public health and there is no doubt but that his visit here will result in much good A Sad Accident News reached here Saturday of the horrible death of Miss Bessie K Engleman who was killed by an L N train near Stanford Her body was literally ground to pieces Miss Engleman was a close relative of Messrs T T and R O H Coving ton of this city A few years ago Miss Englemans mother and cousin were seriously injured at this same crossing Much sympathy is felt for the family in this terrible bereavement Patntel Accident Tohn William Moores who occupies the position of devil in this office met with a serious accident Saturday while experimenting with the paper cutter While turning the large wheel his right hand ranght in the cog wheels crushing the bones and severing the arteries He was hurried at once to the Gibson hospital where the wounded member was dressed and at present the little fellcw is getting along nicely although disabledIIt is knbw that Squire Armer is sack in Richmond to live His estimable wile will come in a short time arid will be gladly welcomed Squire Armor he had rather die In Richmoud than live anywhere els and his sentiment ie that of almost all who have lived here The wMderingsona and daugh ters move away hat at all times there ta a loegiBg for the old town which Is now way ap in 0 wliea it comes to progress KJOWthulttoaateotMand- everi Roes M up a clz City We ooly express the senti Htettt d the eomtnuaUy when we ray t Ad flle litMH A 1I c 2I Alumnae Banquet Madison Institute presented a brilliant scene last Friday night the occasion being the annual Alumnae banquet Covers were laid for sixtyfive members some of whom were members of the first graduating class in 1857 Tne menu was tempting and delicious e comprising five courses and served by that expeat caterer Bettie Little Timetables were beautiful under covers of snowy linen and decorated with large white peonies and here and timers a statelv candelabra The sideboards and Vblconisthe scene was one of extreme loveliness and one which will longbe rememberedn by all present The tidutimigAll were responded to with the grace well becoming the gifted daughters ofn Madison Institute We would special mention of two who were called upon and who responded to Impromptu rnlatedqniteanieences of her early days on and Mrs Bosley of Danville of the class of 68 who read a beautiful poem of her own compositionT rMessale9Miss Mattie TribbleI1 Ourgold Jubilee g Ive had playmates Ive had cornw panions in days ol childhood mFJoyful Rchoolrtavs 2 The cMrsWorn aims work grave sirs is never U3TheMrs J H Toy They talkmost who think time leaetIMusic Darling Nellie 4 The Reform Mayor The Man of the Hour Mrs A D Miller Wittycourteousliberal free of spirit 5 The Graduating Miss Eva Smith And still the wonder grew That one small head could carryall sue knew 6 The New Normal Mrs James Arbuckle Whence is thy learning Has thy toil- Grafepoks consumed the mHnight oil Music Comin Through the Rye 8 Education d the home Mrs ii tfVpou las 0 thou moimter Ignorance how deformed dot thou Took A 9 The Outlook Mr SunffiOlUL 10 The Home Corners Miss Ann DeJarnette Theres a home in old Kentucky Where I first saw the light And I am longing for it the livelong tiny and night As a little child when weary hears its mothers voice say come I hear sweet memories calling from that old Kentucky home Music Old Kentucky Home Why Cant Richmond Have a Base Ball Team Now thatUhe schools are allabout out for the summer and as a result every one is apt to sink into kind of a lethargic state why cant a baseball team be organized among our men and boys to break in s way the dragging monotony of hotsummer days If for no other reason the exercise alone would be nt st beneficial and such spori is greatlv enjoyed by the majority of people We hate heard some of our citizens express tuemselves along this line and feel sure such an Idea will become popular when placed be tore the public Get to work and organize a good team and let us have good games all aiong through the sum mer The Garden Spot of Eastern Kentucky Such a plae is Estlll Sptlngs and even then such description falls short This grand ot l Summer resort is elmost too well know to people throughout this state and even others to need any introduction For years has been the Mecca for the Kentuc lit people This season the Springs in the of i new management Messrs L C and J E Riddell both on whom are well experienced hotel men A recent to the Springs acquainted us with the vast improvements that are being made and BaaBajcers informed us that they would ba ysady for guests the first of June An excellent of music has beea n agedto play throtifjUoHt the season from ts- 1me1ala to its Bios EersoM aekj ndtlteLto go to Katltl Sftdif iFvr iMtr mtrttoilftri awiee It a SIM II1i ttjtittMi Mr i tII t 4L The Perfect WayI Scores of Richmoai People Rave Learned It If you suffer from backache There is only one way to cure it kidneysANeglect it urinary troubles Doans Kidey Pills are foliowI kidneys only John B Singleton of High Street ersailles Kv says I Imve been a erer from kidney pains and irregu r anrt distressing action of the kid ays for years There was a severe ach ing across the small of my back At mes the aching was constant and 01 so severe that I could scarcely get The secretions from the kid e were of high color scalding and their frequency greatly disturbed my rest at night Ever since I took a hard cold a year or so ago whicn settled in vback tIme trouble has been much orte I tried different remedies but with little or no success until I saw Doans Kidney Pills recommended b3- eople near by who had used them procured a box and took it was helped at once and continued to- ake them until I had used three boxes ll all They did me a wonderfi lot of oOh I ielt better and stronger in every ay Plenty more proof like this from Riclinntir people Call at B L Mid dletops druL store and ask what his customers report For sale by all deal rs Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the nmted States Remomber the name enims and take no other Sale Old established hotel town 2 000 splendid investment gross in come 600 to 1000 per month f M Morrow Winchester Ky J W you ewrREED TO PAY W ucllpaIgEs PJ Summer Shirts iMore to take your pick from than youll find elsewhere All the newest styles in richest colors Special 1shapes for big fat men 50c 75c 1 125 150 Extra good Work Shirts with long sleeves and tails 50c fj BANKSThe Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheu matic troubles sold by all druggists o two months treatment by mail for Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Mo Send tor Kentucky test imonials Omay lyr Found A ladys purse containing several dollars on pike between Red House and Richmond Owner can have same bv calling at J E Cosbys Red Hodse and describing purse and amount of money and paying for this notice 11 v I have opened the Dillingham stable on the corner of Water and Second streets and will be glad to have my friends call and see me I will con duct a sale feed and hitch stable If you have a horse you want to sell or you desire trained call and see me Prices satisfactory If you have a mare to breed dont forget I have one- of the best stallions in Kentucky Bhck Pilot 1500 to insure a living colt Respectfully ROBERT WALKER n WILLGINGCONTRACTING and PAPER HANGER Estimates Cheerfully and Promptly Furnished per 100 pounds In lots of 100 pounds or over Carter White Lead Eagle White Lead Sun Proof White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine and all Painters Supplies at city prices aSee us before you buy 209 W Main Callus ups Phone 216 Wall Paper Paints and Glassr L 7Iffi7I m 7I7Im7Iffi 1WLflOUGLAS ffi IIOEH UNON350 1 SHOESfIFOli rn MEN I W L Douglas 350 A I shoes have a worldwide 1 reputation For 1 years they have been soldtfu in every country on the globe and have continually m proven their excellent style N I easy fitting and superior wearing V I I qualities rMillions of people r I jy Lhave to know IJ fiji come Douglas by actual experience I aBO I that they represent shoos lgreater Intrinsic JRffirf worn value than any aiIII other shoe ta3- I i the market W Lcfi Douglas gun ran teesnzcJ 1their value by stamp KV ft li Ing his name and the y A price on the bottom Vi Iof WL sI The purchaser Douglas 350 shoes Jij knows In advance that such shoes are exactly as JIJI represented They are made of the best selected + I materials by contented and well paid r 4who take pride In their work and make the shoes just as good as workmenI PCI + how to make them jIn addition to the Infinite care every detail of the making there Is a + of Inspection which makes it systemIH imperfect shoes to get out of the really want time very best Shoes I f I 4you select W L Douglas 350 shoea the vtime you buy 0 j SOLD BY L ty WZ IEf h j ill j F Rice sand Arnold i The One Price House 7f 7r rrc t JIIfq tr jv r 1 in H UMBERED BUNION I GO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 LUMBERThe rUBLISHKU VERT WEDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing Co Incorporated A nLLEIL Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City omcea S 00 For Ponnty Offices 10 00 For SUte and District Offices 15 00 PorCalls per Ine 10 For Cards per line 10 For all in the Interest of InIdividuals or expression of ual views per line 10 Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1906 Announcements FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce JUD JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer county as a candidate to reprenent the Eighth Congito aloud District of Kentucky in Con succeed HonG a Gilbert subject to the nc tlon of the Democratic partyJaWE wonder if Col Jim Allen of the Cyuthiana Democrat is in a of gloomy foreboding when he says A hamlet in Sweet owen is named Bachelors Bottom That is wh iepo all bachelors finally goto the b at tom One cxKentuckian has declined to ofacceptand that is William S Taylor who is sojourning in the Hoosier Capitol He seems to have lost all love for his native heath and is one man who re fuses to is own anMvconsider and come home Ho doesnt realize what a pleasant time we are to have next month or surely he would come Iv of the 100000 alrem ly Kiraisednow circulated for the se ofofof his approaching new trial It is said that he is a pitiful political mar tyr and is in sore need of money All persons sending such assistance will receive a e iln hfromtonfactpeople lasfourthNext week we start on our thirty fifth round During these years manychanges have come This paper has chronicled the coming and fro of the tioItof our sons and Tlikewisefunerals The Climax has heralded of forth the happenings in our city and state ard at no time has Fraherunder the folds of the Democratic atbannerizigIoundatonand growing circulation in Madison county the Climax is read in every section of our union from Atlantic toth the Pacific and from Alaska to the her Gulf As her friends drift to othert fields the Climax follows each week with tidings from home Standing on the threshold of another year we might say with the poet We have had dreams of the future and the onevisionpan our success to ourselves alone but to our friends to whom we extend our him heartiest thanks for their support and patronage in the past and solicit a continuance of same in the futu- rePERSOINAJU on Mr W W Watts was in Irvine Sat IT urdaycorir L J Frazee of Lexington w 15There last week MoMryule Saturday Sax Mss Mollio Fife visited in Cyn thiaha last week SaxurdayMr T J Smith ia a week wa thoatMrs Thompson Taylor Sr is visiting relatives in Lexington Mrs Henry Jones went to Mt Ster ling Wednesday to visit relatives a I Ar InCruokoMrs A D Miller and daughter Elizabeth spent Saturday with friends Irvine ghMisswas the last week of her sister f Blanton Deafness Cannot Be Cureda spebyreach the portion of the ear with There ia only one way to cure deafness sidDaafness Baltachtanflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it ia en Deafness is the result Instandtaken out and this tube restored to Its Sun normal condition hearing will be de stroyed forcver nine cases out of ten K dayngmucous Burfacoswas 165ornytarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free and accSoldTiki Btlllulr 1t fi uIU M I 1 Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way Tide children cannot posilblyh iroo health unless the bowels are in proper condition rect any conttipstlon lmanlanUye dOlelo Ayel yegetablesugaTCOatt f A SgadebyAiio t1uerHAIR CURE I We hVe no secrets We publish the formulas of alt our medicines 25 Mrs Z T Rice has had as her guesl her mother Mrs Carrie Davidson of Lancaster Miss Elizabeth McGuiro has gone to Shelbyvillo to visit her sister Mrs Pryor Beard Mrs A P Allis of Paris is andEo ere Mr and Mrs Julian Van Winkle of vington spent Sunday with Mrs mes W Smith Mayor C E Woods spent Sun MillereItyHospitalsition at the Pattie A Infirm ar PvMiss Margaret Miller entertained last Tuesday cvenlhg in honor of the Misses Pearson and Louise Covington Madison InstituteAMrs R B Terrill who has been ill for several weeks with malarial gratifyingMrs Hngh McLellan Mayor Woods d Allen Zaring were among those o attended the PickelsRobinson wedding in Winchester last Wednesday Dr W B Boen who has been sojourning in New Mexico for his he mo intherngstonoMrs Boslev of Danville a member the graduatingclass of 68 at dison Institute was a guest of her classmate Mrs A R Burnam for the alumnae banquet Friday night Mi luchigan fioto visit Mrs Archibald Goodloe Mrs A D Bradford nee Janie Fe land is the guest of here mother here banquetlastbney Feland is one of this years graduates Miss Olivia Baldwin and Mrs C B Brittain are expected home this weekI inmunderwent a serious surgical opera n Her many friends arc glad to ow the operation was a successJue engagement of Miss Curry and Mr Felix Anderson both St Louis has been announced Miss Martin formerly lived in Lex 4FrazeeMiss Eleanor Chenault entertained inror x ton Covers were laid for sixteen the affair was very delightful in every detail Miss Gladys will be one ol bridesmaids at the marriage of cousin Miss Virginia Hart to LexingtonJune 6 and which promises to be most brilliant affair Mr Joe Evans has accepted an im usmpy WiesEvais1 many friends are showering b with congratulations on this de served promotion Tuesday Mrs Newton Combs w1l1t entertain with luncheon at her home T South Broadway in honor of hor sister Mrs Julian Van Winkle of a Covington and Miss Nan Rube of Louisville who is with Mrs Jam e Combs Mrs Van Winkle wof baahe Masonic remple was brilliant nday night the occasion being a illion by the Richmond Social Club tons famous orchestra furnish trippedthemorning hours t4 which time Prof ce ton and his men left for Paris toan ofyinroughlyIt is a source of much genni haveDr R rakhealth We trust that home and as breath of Kentuckynlr and thetl perfume ofthe flowers and blue grass dandt4gloMr Wood Ballard who has for tnOw sJIngtonposition as pre s agent for the big ctacular production Feast and es and will tour the country this company Mr is a of Jaerableis a grandson of Captain P P b 01bornRinstallationsays A delegation of about twenty Knights from 0 ofPwentt RlohmoBdlast Fri to aid in tho institution of a new hian lodge in that city which christened Normal Lodge No andwhlch starts with 37 char crtheillbtgrl45Cdft 1 I vllle Ga who is well known here has been the recipleat of an exqusi sofa pillow offered by the Alumn Association of Brenaa College to the most popular Brenaa girl This neParrentsfeel justly proud She is a wonderfully talented young Jadyand has al reputationShe is n niece of Mrs R L Gentr cooft gEpworthchurch in a charming manner last jjterof the evening was the presentation of a handsome Masonic to Pr afan ioTaylorchurch The gift was made to show their high appreciation of Prof Ta v stayInsicjan and has lent his time and talent to the chur h The ring was pi tented to him by Mr P F Adams Jr who made an appropriate speech MissAlllne Hanna entertained reciirdayJjhonorMary Katherine White pf Richmond members of the graduating class ofaffl Hamilton College The table was I prettiest of pictures with lace mats on the mahoganyg old blue china service lavender I risva andwhite rambler roses in blue jars and the daintest of little gauze a at each plate for favors and nai cards The delicious menu was several courses enjoyed by the folio tinRodesLeader Mrs W D Oldham entertained thirtytwo of her friends at piogres slve Flinch on last Friday atterno from tWo to five No homo in Rh raond is setter suited for entertaining than this one The parlor halls and d room were all thrown into one a condw guereserved before and during the games and an orchestra concealed behind a discoursedheMrs Oldham was assisted by her gal lant young son Ronald and MissI S o talft bitinycardsIerl gianiesJ C Chenault Will Miller J0hoDoty J R Pates D H Harber yiekelsS H Thorpe D H Myers H C Jasper J W Arnold B H Luxon C C Wallace Elmer Deatherage P Fadams Sam McGinn Louis Scblegel C Buchanan A D Miller B LB elanksMrs Ansil D Miller entertain quite a number of her friends last Wednesday afternoqn at progressive Flinch eight tables being used in the games The parlor hall and dining room were thrown into one and p sented a lovely scene The par mantel was banked with mock Orange blooms and foliage while the dining prolusionthe large corner windows and on mantel and side board Frctasne corner of the dining room was served the guests as they arrived This taole was presided over by Mi Marguerite Dykes who also suppli the guests with tally cards whl were dainty creations in pink At the close of the shnchattrvedcarstwas won by Mrs W E Luxon iranIn cutting for the booby prize lit s B H Luxon was the winner of a cut glass tooth pick holder The consolation prize a beautiful plate was d herawnsatostesstertiningmarking progressions etc h tinnjoyedJ THThompsonNealeames Arbuckle K Mielloggi L MiuxonB Ijdamsoucher G W Evans Jr B L Banks C D Miller and Misses Kath ine Walker Julia Higgins Laura Bright May Ballard Mabel Letton and Mary CultondlardBEAIThIFUL Dazzling With Nuptial Splendor Y- IVbere atFairLUnder the above heading the follow in w theeddingDemocrat A brilliant event In the social his marriageWednesday nut In Pickels Jr and Misi vilothof the brides parents Mr and Mrs and Thomas Chaplain Robison lllyria ste the Robisou home stands out as one of bluegrmhe j brick and stone unrivaled in faindlated entrance ball is galleried to 1ean superbrIereal beauty The bay window was nked with palms and ferns and the toairwayed with asparagus The mantels In the parlors were banked with lk peonies and plumosa the delicateat beingdthetoived their guests hi the east parlor LIIMaysvilleannt nij rs Willis Ritchi of Spokane Wash af glon Mrs Robinson wore an ele what costume of white spangled net til oeer voile with insert of Irish lace Mrs itchi was charmingly attired in pink dium with garniture of real lace For aouie time before the ceremony the guestgathered Orches it gave a beautiful program oJ music BlendelBShon8 grand march heralding the coming of the wedding party which of scended the green trimmed stairway the hall where the aa aft rformed by the distinguIshedcierg y his man Dr J N of Lonisyllle m- ho in a sweet an impressive cermony witMand Boleinity to the timehonored cere mony belieldlllinoiter of Lexington following came Mr She illMrth4fltaysvllleoom Mr Pickels accompanied by enc fUIRfchmond TelMisie8Walter followed by Miss Mary Hill Xaxingtonshell pink satin with lace embellish sajSheeation theilhe raiIe iLEu4i wliiebfell1 is htNflhi1 C i lL DIED SUDDENLY DLSEASBl1eHaw freqmeBtlydoes a head line sunl newsspapers ss or the American has a strong dency to lead up to yalvular and other atTectlons of the heart attended by Iiaregular action smothered sensations and other dlstreea Ing symptoms Three ot the prominent Ingredients ot ITwhich Dr Pierces Golden very Is made are recommended by some the writers on Matcrta Medial GoldeneITED STATES DISFENSATOBT a stand 814 authority to Impart tone and In ased power to tho hearts action 0 umerous other leading authorities rep ent Golden Seal as an unsurpassed tonic for tho muscular system In general d as the heart Is almost wholly com sod of muscular tissue It naturally lows that It must be greatly strengtli en ed by this superb tonic in probably the most Important Ingredient CarI1Yother affections of the heart are con cerned Is Stone root or Coltiruonta Cane Prof Wm Paine author of Paine 5 Epltomy of Medicine says of It I not long since had a patient who w so much with valvular disease ot the heart that his friends were oblIged to Itcarry him upstalrs lIe howeyer graduai iy under the Influence of Colllnsonln principle extracted from Stone ot and is now attending to his bualne- retorore physicians knew of no r the removal of so distressing and remecri trerous a malady With them It it fearfully warned the lin wsonin IItebeStone root is also recommends1 b Drs Eliipgwdot Chicago for Ivu1 and oth r diseases of the heart The latter says It Is a heart tonic of direct and Influence onlyDeInvllgorwbrat ng the llVcr regulating the bowels d curing eatarrha In all rts of the system Dr Pierces Pellets cure Constipation her ornaments were her mothers pearls AlicebluehAlter the ceremony hearty congrat elejllutbuffetuple mingled pleasantly with the ests iig desLexingtonwholiasa marvelously beanti ful pr IpedatedBuckner was the able accompanist The bride ill an accomplished and lo bnmentad musical culture and these com ted characteristics have won for her fMrKy but is now engaged in civil en neering with Chicago and Alton rail at Springfield Illinois He is an nor graduate of State College and als UnlversitvHe rig Lu qi hretie man and well deserving of lair bride The display of gifta was one of the handsomest ever seen here in uding a chest of silver numerous painteodmany gUts from friends at a distance After a Western trip of several weeks Mr and Mrs Pickels will be at home at Springfield lIhnoillIMany elegant costumes tho glisten musicIrmost brilliant function Tie bride entertained with a most delightful midday luncheon Wednes day The attractive dining room waa superbly decorated and the bridal table cessories of refined and cultured te The center piece was a beauti fnl gold basket filled with pink peonies plumosaspeonieshThe beauty of the table was enhanced v elegant gold candelabra with pink aded candles and the bridal cake ractively iced surrounded by pink ndy cupidsePlace were unique d quite out of the onJiuaryThe cards were from Old Mexico They were highly finished white satin glazed with a perfect miniature bird of vari ous colored plumage mounted on each 3rhe favors were tiny tug trunks chels hat boxes dress suit casn and steamer trunks filled with rice and tied with white ribbons From a y silver slipper the bride dispensed ttering silver horse shoes for luck oasts were given and good wishes bright prophecies showered on the coupleThose the dinner party were Miss Robinson Mr Pickeles ss Anne Halley Mr Lucien Burnam ss Mary Hall Mr James P Tribble ss Ethel Garner Mr Wurtele Mr uston Rail Miss Elizabeth Rash JosephLancasterMr Hare Robinson DEATHS Nora Richards the thirteenyear o Idco ughter of Mr and Mrs M F Rich s ot near Alum Springs died Sun y morning about seven oclock attAr having been a great sufferer for many ars The funeral services were conducted the home Monday afternoon at 4 lock by Eld H C Garrison inter CemeteryHercounty from Madison having purchased Jack Minor farm near Alum Springs yesterdayhisaparttuents on Fourth and streets Captain Smith Weto Danville a short time ago from Louis ie where for many years he resided was identified with hamriver travel was at its zenith Be- Came Misa nearbisdaugbtNettle r member of his family who was his thful attendant during his illness d was at his bedside when the end came The immediate cause of Capt Smiths death was paralysis He was seventyfive years of age Funeral services will be held at his apartments l1hecemetery Louisville Friday morning eleven o clock Daiivilln Advocate Miss Smith formerly resided- bere being a stenographer in the In nal Revenue office Her old friends re will be grieved tolearn ol her v bereavement Mr Thomas J Million died Sunday glit at his home on Aepxii avenue i tera brief illnes of paralyi Di ceased Irecentlymbered among our countys most minent farmers His death is vere shock to his family and friends communityBesidessisters Mesdames Thomris Samuels brotherJudgedren all of whom have thu sympathy their many friends in bereavement HIs funeral occurred Monday abintermentond cemeteryfMrs years JlSterdaymorning Quindaroboulevard MrsMaryAwas visiting her son when takeu o IfBroeMcSpadden ni1rriae and Charles K Cummings Th eral will be held at 230 oclock this BalttTenth i mwood cemetery of 1theKan88W Crntcher of Braymur Mo In speaking aSheand left Madison n Liibrothercould call the names of all the oW IM SheWMavq JII4MItoJMf t Raiiy For some time there baa been a movement on foot among Masons of Madison aud adjoining counties fo hold a Masonic Rally or picnic to take the rm of a St Johns Day Celebration t some central point easily reached by the largest numberofMesons Berea has been selected for the place and the date set for Saturday June 25 Berea is within easy reach of all Madi son Garrard Rockcastle and the great er part of Jackson and Estill counties Every Masonic lodge in these counties have been invited to attend and annm ber of them have already completed their plans to send large delegations A large majority of the Grand Lodges establishedJtheir deceased brethern and being ever to the trout when good works are to be done Kentucky Masons havi also erected an Old Masons Home ai- Shelbyvilie These homes are the pride and joy of of every Kentucky Mason The Misin ic Widows and Orphan Home is upon a sure and solid basis with sufficient el1dowmenlJund and assessment t supply its wants for all time Not so ith the Old Masons Home It haIneither endowment fund nor 3sse ment It depends entirely upon the hit farm and the charity of subordinate lodges for its support Etfurta are now being made to raise sufllcient funds to erect suitable buildings on the farm f inorThere will be plenty of good music something to eat arid speaking by ins prominent in Masonic circles The r t thhefunds may be raised will be sent to the Old Masons Home Commi tee to hep these buildings There will be booths on the grounds and whatever prol they make will also go to the 01 Masons Home ReElected The School Board met in regui session last Wednesday night and r elected Professor H H Brock as Prin cipal of Caldwell High Schol This news was greeted with general applause y the hosts of friends qf Prof Brock has occupied the position of Prin cipal lor quite a number cf years and has at all timesgiven the utmost satis He is conscientious in hitt and the high standardof the dProfessorNo town this in the b troastRichmond Prof Brocks reel cil1- Is a source of some genuine pleasure to is many friendsthLITTLE LOVE STORIES Simeon Wheeler of GarraId und Miss Ella Tussey of Kiiksville were married here today A romantic wedding occurrd at thp homo of Henry M Hubbard at 317 South Upper street yesterday mon 11b i r palet S Emma J Noble both of Richmond Rev C C Jackson was the olliciating cltrgyjnan The couple spent ton dap with Mr and Mrs Henry M Hubbard returning to Richmond hitIMonday This was the third marr age for each Both are very wealthy wningvalusblc both in thE town of Richmondand Madison conn ty They wanted to escape this incon venience attendant upon a large lion 10 wedding and decided to come here and be married at the home pf H M Hubbard who is I T Hubbard nephew The wedding was a grerato the numerous 10achgtoleHeraldWalters School Commencement The Grand Opera House was well tilled Monday night the occasion being the commencement exercises of Wai t y YoungWilliam Wallace Lucien Patton ami Preston Smith The following is the proji am as carried out- Orcheslra InvocationLFreedom Lucien Patton Preservation of The Union J Preston Smith Last charge oi Ney William Wallacr Orchestrah William Crow Orchestra Presentation Diplomas Benediction Of this splendid school which pre p tr thehiginlleges IwProf Barrett and his able assistant have done much for education since c ioningtoourcitywon tne admiration of our pooplal large The exercises Monday nlghi were especially enfoyablo SaxtonV f chactof the graduates acquitted hiinselt nobly and was showered with all kind fisrzeiicisbipWm Crowe of Frankfort was a gem ol BUIIIIngb r dee1tOflneralScbolarshlp C goTurpinRoMWalkera windPerfect attendance John Adams Oliver Colyer Rapmond Jett Walter Park Paul Bzrnam C Adam Strother Park John Fjster and Karl Park H th Engle Hotel Damaged by Fire Saturday afternoon fire broke out Iwth w plhichEngle for a boarding house L The Names over the buildin ioeryeffective work of the fire department in soon had the blaze under control Besides the boarding house there were a number of offices In the bnilr ngDr H G Sandlin and Dr Frnd Smith dentist both had offices and Flora and Powers milinery establishment occupied the front rooms III suffering loss by smoke and water The loss to the building and contents Is estimated at 6000 with 2500 insurance Mr Engle moved ruined lately Into the old Bennett building which he formerly occupied next dour nd as soon as possible will be ready or business No Change ol Time OR the L A RRoOn account of the prevailing iniprta won that a change of time would ocuin ntljeLARRaboutJun hit 1 desire to announce there will be no change whatever in our present run Ding of trains for the summer There will also be no regular t clied tIed Sunday service as formerly do- ug i the months of June July August and September but it is the intention the Company to run e QuinLei of SundftvexoHrslotiQ darinpttheee rnoutlia todh arent points OB oar llaei as well s to QiticitiVHiti and LouIsville dc- otieodtwhikhLflbe Kiveii ia hand Wlte and through these eojuuuis Ifot MiyifHrther InforaMtteB eJ npon IJDy toe l t4NItrtoL A HUs 1If4 it1Ji jtJL i GREAT UCCESSIs Colonel Galaes Paper The Crusader People Taking It and Supporting Klan All Throughout the State Because of His Fearless Stand From Lexington Dally Herald May 9 1906 IeThe announcement that Kentucky as an official on guard at Frankfort t ithegrafters and corrupt lobbyists will be welcome news to all patriotic Kentuck thattnisa paper to more effectively check then progress of these malefactors and inait cnrate a Great Publics Movement in tothew trhatevervoting editor declares he will take the peoples side of every question and will wage an unietentine war upon viSdlaws for the suppression of gambling anti graft for temperance and for the extermination of political bosses the Ircertain deftrovers of thefree ballot He eleeCatarrh a Germ Disease Breathe Air HeHiated by Hyomd and Kill the Germs Now that physicians and scientists universally agree that catarrh is a germ isease the reason for the failure of the thisIIseen Prior to the discovery of Hyouiei a treatment which cures catarrh by tilling e air vou breathe with germkilling and healing medication statistics showed that at least ninetveeven out of every hundred persons in this state were suffering from catarrh of some form Although Hyomei has been kDown only a fev years the remlrka hie results following its use are shown y the much smaller percentage of those who suffer with catarrh toitar The treatment with Hyomei is very simple and pleasant a small inhaler comes with every outfit and three or four times a day Hyomei is breathed this maki nit the air at that limeE ke that found on the mountains the pine forests give off their fragrant and healing balsamofUsed in this way Hyomei penetrates to the most remote cells of the nose throat and lungs absolutely killing all Atarrhal germs and effecting a oon ilete and permanent cure of the dis The complete outfit costs but one dolt while extra bottles can be obtained r 50 cents B L Middelton Wed nesday April 8th saw such remarkable esultsfrom the use of Hyomel that he sells it under an absolute guarantee that it costs nothing unless Jt cures Feast ani furies FeaU sod Furies and the New ork Society Circus presenting the lijhest class feature act of the New YOlk and London Hippodrome will bd presented at Lexington for tintIsrformances Thursday Friday and tnrday May 31 and June 1 and 2 fn order to present this great spectacle it is neccasary to build an immense Mippodrome with a seating capacity of ver five thousand A stage is re qiired which is the largest in the vorld and which measures three hun Ired and fifty feet long and which has lipth of one hundred and twenty five feet This is the most collotI thing thte rolelI t piadory beginning of what promise to be i successful career It is a coinhina ion of a circus a spectacular and a Jramatic performance Seventy five aracters appear in the drama lo which are added a mob of two hundred which takes part in final action There also a company of militia a troop of a squad of galling gunners a ballet a full chorus a fire depart ment with full equipment a police partment with patrol and am mlince sa lvage corps electric street iis dn livery wagons numerous others which to make the scene of biHv life in fobusybined the New York Society Circus th all its sensational actsthe cream f the worlds sensational amusemect lectures numberless highclass acts lirect from New York and London Feast and Furies is theprise which has ever been sent on the st ad The wonderful performllncends an ith a remarkable pyrotecniral dis ay and thousands of people fiom all rtsof the State will be nt slexingtonmance to be iven in this art of the kiUntryall and trolley lines uumg to Lexington al For the Refined to faDecorationElectric Light onVrn w more flexibility and is capable of more pleabintr beandananyillumination Look round and note the increasing tendencynof discriminating people te to adopt our service tor residental lighting Will gladly give you deUtailed information w lumption 11 Ri nmonQ i B iictfHJUJ J ebIeel Bldg se Pijn i JII 0 p sc h gaveThe Crusader will bR ed by 001 Noel Gaines at Frankfort is a beautiful 21page papor with a handsome threecolored cover The ubscriptio 1 price fllr the first year hits been placed lowat 100 in order that every home in Kentncky may read and be in touch with this bold FMorrmr during his 1900 campaign All persons desiring to read his pohtl articles in wnich he will expese with proof a nnmber of corrnpt bosses aim aitors to the reoples muse should take is paper immediately that they will not miss his first great articles The Louisville Times in an editorial after referring to Colonel Gaines grea ability as a soldier and Chief of the S cret Service in Manila and his indeper clence of thought and fearlessness ol speecd further says If singleness of purpose courage and nullity can com m and success Colonel Gaines and The Crusader will find abundant success waiting them Notice to Creditors All pomona having claims atraJnf ha estate of the late S L Midkiff are here by notified to present s rae properly verified as regarded by law on or Julrii or same will barred All per sons Indebted to the above estate will confer a favor by calling and settling at once Mrs SL Midkiff IGmalt Adminstratacx If you want to keep weeds out of your corn get a Brown cultivator 2f D B ShackeKord Io Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for years No appetite and what I didcat d lressed me terribly Burdock Blood Bitters cured me JH Walker SnnburyOhio Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT B PlaintiffdE M flume Defendant All persons having claims against the estate W S Hume are hereby notified to file the- mesa legally the undersigned on or before the ISth day of Slav or same will be barred T II COLLINS Master Commissioner Madison Circuit Court rtemove Freckles and Pimples rr tax WITh TWADINOLAA THE COMPLEXION BEAUTIFIER Formerly advertised and sold as Batlnola j A few applications will remove tan or a youthNADINOLA freckkspimplesackbeads disfiguring eruptions etc In twenty days Leaves the skin soft clear and healthy Endorsed by thousands leadingJruggistsNational Toilet Co Paris Tena Sold by Stockton Hagan Notice to Contractors The sealed proposals will he received by the undersigned up to 12 oclock noon Tuesday May 22 1906 r the hirnisliing of all materials tools lntbridgenecessaryInpike beginning at theedgeof the Irvine pike at Moberlv Ky and running south to a point one mile distance one Jerry Broaddus road All to be in profiled ofhardund 10 inches deep on the edges If ot 14inchesnd or matMrill1 is proposed to be used andlN B TURPIN JudgeMadtson County Court InerinBy virtue of an Execution directed rne which issued Irvin the Clerks office of the Madison Circuit Court in vor of R B Terrill Oo against T deputiesillMonday Tune 4 J906 tween the hours of 10 oclock a tn d 2 oclock p m at the Court House in Richmond Madison county y expose to public sale to the high t hidden the hollowing described or so much thereof an may he- ecessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt in rest and costs towit About 33 Acres of Land tuated in Madison county Kyin the nion Magisterial District lyingon theaters of Otter Creek adjoining the property of Ira Scudder and others or ennuch to satisfy the plaintiffs debt interest and costs amounting to 14617 Tim is the same land inherited byT Hackett from his fathers estate For seedgiltentsaid property Sled in tbe fadison rcuit Court in the case of T acketts rrustees on Petition levied upon as property ofT B Hackett TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with beaningintertfrom dar bl wile arid having the force Mid e tifa sal afRlWAG 0- ci 0 We take pleasure in announcing to our trade our advance styles in all the latest crea tions in Band Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etc for Waists and Dresses Also all staple goods such as Ging hams etc Postal us for samples and your wants willhave our careful and prompt attentior Vv Yours respectfully e OWEN McKEE T RICHMOND KY Cut Flowers and Blooming Pla- ntsALBERTS AT PHONE 188 A THE VEIL Is not always used to protect the face from the elements and keep the hair in position but by many many women and girls to hide the pimples blackheads and other eruptions of the skin There isgerm life in the skin and ZEMO a nice clean liquid for external use soon kills out thin germ and leaves thefaceassmoothandsoutasthatofa cure all skin and scalp diseases such as Eczema in its many forms ringworm tetter pimples dandruff or any itching skin disease Get a bottle today at your druggists yr Prepared only by E W ROSE MEDICINE COST LOUIS MO U GUARANTEED AND SOLD BY PERRY THOMAS Druggists The Handsomest Line o- fBUGGIESA Road Wagons and Vehicles w jv Her of all sorts ever seen in Richmond has been re A f ceived by the J Midkiff Carnage Works t K which is doing business at the same old stand It beforerbest blacksmithing department in our city All kinds of work done quickly and well by the most competent workmen They make aspecialty of Painting and Trimming A Their Rubber Tiring is fully guaranteed and none V but the very best grade of rubber is used The Victor International Good Year or any brand of tc wecNew Wall Paper We have a full line of the latest designs in walls 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 Harrisonstown and country mixed paints which we guarantee to cover more surface and wear longer than any paint on the market It is the most economicalpaint you can use We guarantee it to stand ten years Call and let us furnish you estimates of papering or painting hirInTeiy 4tilPERRYPHONE 175 COOK GAS GAS RANGE L LIFE WORTH LIVING AND TjM TQLIV IT PHI unsightly UI Theres Money 1- 1etInFor you to Light your Store and Residence welt Just figure how much onr electric light is costing you now Then compare your place with yonr neighbors who m- eWelsbach Ch Gas Arc Lamp Can you afford to get along with the electric light joa are using when you can get I7OOVi Light at 2 cents per hour Its light too that is stronger clearer better diffused than that from any Heating device on the market The cost of Good Light is a very small matter Compared tcrthe life it will bring to your business Dont be bebln itbe times j Get with the masses and use Gas for tight Richmond Water and Light Company ss u1 i C Nr ECCC EEEFItf Dont Forget the Date of this Sale J4E EEE7 r s Notions by the Basket- ful f IeFull Paper Bright Pins lo Gold Plated Collar Buttons i lcCarl HoldfiiJt Hooks and Eyes 200 yaiu Spool of Thread for 2 cents uGee I hope It dont rain on the 2Cth If it rains or the sunsets too hot get one of our um brollas for 29c 21 c for full card Safety Pins bright 2c for a Spool white or black Darning Cotton 2 jc for card fine polished Pearl Buttons 2 cards 5c r 8c for regular 15c Towel Hair Pins per bunch Ic 1 t Misses for8c- Talcum Ribbed Stockings the 12c kind i Power and lOc Buttons If so come and buy sizes 14 16 18 20 for SJc a dozen Pearl mark and if you want a better one we you the lOc kind in sizes of 20 and 22 at 5c a dozen Nobody can afford to miss this sale I You know when E V Elder says that he is going to do something he usually does i- tWhite Goods Jr We have a stock of white goods of good sheer qualities just proper for shirtwaists and summer suits which f are now so popular If you are think a so r Of the Mill End and Green Tag Sale We have just received 1000 sample Corsets and Girdles which we will offer during tie Great Mill End and Green Tag Salo for 19c Included in this selection of corsets art a large number of American Beauty and R G worth sale price 89c Ladies Dress SkirtS These offerings are exceedingly meritorious and the quality of the fabrics combined with fine tailoring makes these garments very tempting when the prices are taken into consid eration 75c ll qualities mill end and green tag sale price 75o 150 qualities mill end and green tag sale price 98c 250 qualities mill end and green tag sale price 198 3 qualities mill end and green tag sale price 1 98 350 qualities mill end and green tag sale price 298 450 qualities mill end and green tag sale price 298 and Ribbons We are showing in this department a large variety ol early summer millinery in a great variety of styles with colors that range from the softest tones to the gayest shades w I M1LL END I v If ELDER fk Look for the Little Green Price Tags fPearl 1Pearl comrbuyf CORSETS TagSale Millinery and EV p HERES Glothin Slaughtered When yon have a big load on your wagon and get into a rut what do you do You proceed to unload anu that Is what we are going to do during this Mill End and Green Tag Sale Thousands of dollars worth of Mens Clothing of the very highest grade will be offered at such prices that it will sible for you to resist the temptation to buy Regardless of thehigh quality of these goods wo have attached our Green Tags to every garment which means greatly reduced prices and during the great Mill End and Green Tag Sale you can wait on yourself as every garment is marked in plain figures During the Mill End and Green Tag Sale we will assort our clothing into lots and we call your attention particularly to the magnificent lines as they will mean a wonderful saving to you 81250 15 Suit Mill End and Green Tag sale price 998 1820 Suits 1348 10U U cc 748 One broken lot of selected suits in odd sizes worth from 750 to 15 one suit of a kind while they last Mill End and Green Tag Sale price 4 98 Boys wash knee pants suits Mill End and Green Tag sale price 48c and up Boys Extra Knee Pants Suits 150 grade Mill End and Green Tag sale price 98 200 H r 125 x 2 50 148 3 00 h fT8 400 298 5 00 u 3 75 extra pants for boys 3 to 6 years fine goods worth from 50 to 90c sale price 25c We have 250 pairs Wi you to select from UNDERWEAR Mcns fine Elastic Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers a variegated brown 50c kind in this sale per garment 39c REMNANTST- his offering is without doubt the greatest bargain placed before the neverhaveget such good qualities and short lengths at these prices These pieces run full width from one to ten yards in each piece Calico Remnants per yard 2jc Fancy printed Cotton Challies worth lOc sale price 5c Melvin Batiste lOc values 5c Valmont Batiste 100 value 5c Arnold Taffetas 15 20 and 25o values sale price lOc Fancy Marcelleane 15o values 7Jc Jessam Battiste 19 and l2c values CJc Umbrellas and Parasols It is not necessary for anyone to get wet or to suffer sun stroke when we aae selling Umbrellas and Parasols worth 50c at the Mill End and Green Tag Sale for 29c We have many other qualities from 50c up Of course there is a big crowd Good bargains always attract big crowds but ont be afraid just push your way in theres room enough for all at Elders n o Jti Something Doing Every Day Fro Saturday May 26th to Saturday Jun 9th w W own judge THE We Your FeetWestay away because you Lave big feet We have shoes for all kinds of feet When you buy shoes from us you have no use for doctors Our shoes Ole better than the one night corn cure Why Because they lit your feet We have the bet line of Shoes in the countryand boopocketShoes Among these swjlj is onS long table high with LIJt of ladies shoes and Slippers worth from 125 to 2 which will be sold during the Mill End and Green Tag Sale for 98c We have not forgotten the men and boys and they are on this snap too There will be- n table piled high with shoes and for them worth 125 to 225 Mill Endand Green Tag Sale price 98c and Embroideries We have just what you need in line in fine laces and allover embroideries which are being so extensively used for shirt waist yokes and him mings y + iF Reductions to- the Limit Too much stock Too much money tied up Times too short Tag Sale 20000 worth of Seasonable Merchandise slaughtered to the li- mitll 7f make this 71 7171 1 78 71 71 thlh 7I 78 8 7 78 7 I I 06 Biggest Bargain Event of the Season We shall make this sale Memorable Bargain As usual we will maintain our reputeigoods handled We will guarantee to make you prices on any article in our store cheaper than find store anywhere else Just think what an to buy clean fresh uptodate goods at s can l m 1 prices a5 ti- phlitofI 1 L 4 fMIiItil for and Art Squares in the and Green are to them and Some c1Ocll Of course known the ear ly gets the so wind your the the of dont out for the The of Our Loss Your Gain ileaourselvesy theyearthis time so we will inaugurate Mill End and Tag 14 ing we will make some of the most wonderful on first atlIthat this ever We to make this sale reeor ass and we lunoUrlose you dont come in and see what wonderful collection of i an you of we have to show This will be wondjrfu v and uptodate opperyou buy later and pay more The answer is so that you s will eseis thererthis tt We if there will another sale like this introduced to the peef Richmond and vicinily if you want first the on t what bargains are until you come here I f t l iPc plainfiguresllCarticle so marked and be your as to the value of the Want corn bargain slippers Laces exactly this j0in STORY Ladies Tailormade Suits Well well well This is just an ex of the wonders that never cease Hero we are offering 10 joISe Tailored Suits in he choicest in lavender and seasonat I2This is very fine sample lot of tailor ed suits that were purchased especially for this sale Now if you are looking an extraordinary bar gain dont fail tosecure one of these suits Rugs We Mill End Tag Sale and anxious have the ladies inspect with the wonderful offerings people like first LJ you that bird worm alarm off coming otherfelowwill securecream the you watch Tags w this saw if WIll ely be We will offer the Mill End and Green Tag Sale 100 dozen of ladies fine Sc white at 2c 100 dozen of ladies worth lOc will be sold at 4c lot of ladies White Belts worth 25 and 60c your choice while they last for 20c One lot of ladies1 Hand Bags worth 75c to 125 sale price 48c Silk Heres the snap of this sale If the ladies overlook these they will ret It We have themJn black red and blue worth 5 and 6 and pro sold that price Mill End and Green Tag Sale price 398 Sv and Space will not allow us to the many valuable we have in this line but if you are going away for the summer and need a tele scope hand satchel grip suit case or trunk visit this and pick up a snap There arc a lot of them hero I Z1 Z7 r Ioodrnil o ay t to 1S for dMo gg l1 a Event if and 0 a Great Green period offers days propose a e Hi- stvles money a a plain a doubt Come early Dont forget datesYou A know L every actual goods ample Ladie fabrics blue grays a ladies havetbem acquaint themselves bargains Look Green Salefo jreaker choice Handkerchiefs during handkerchiefs handkerchiefs Novelties- One drummers sample Petticoats bargain Petticoats rc changeablysi11r possitivoly viously at Trunks enumerate bargains department ayt prepera iT3- 1Y The opportunity Story community Telescopes Mens Fine Pants at Green Tag Prices Not a man but what will want soy eral piirs or more at these figures 348 for Trousers worth 500 2 98 u 400 148 250 124 2 00 98u 150 cdCrash Heros a snap We will offer during the Mill End and Greet Tag Sale 500 yards 6Jc Bleached Crash at 4e 100 drzen Ladies Bleached Vests will be offered during the Mill End and Green Tag Sale at 5c We will also offer 20 dozen Ladles Bleached Vests of better quality at 8c Other values in this line at reduced pric- esGINGHAMS We have 1500 yards of high grade Gingham wo formerly sold at 7Jc and 8lc They are remnant and come in pieces of one to ten yards Mill End and Green Tag Sale price 5c We will also jell 1500 yards of high grade gingham worth 10 to 12c in one to ten yard pieces Mill End and Green Tag Sale price file Gingham Dresses GinghamDresses Green Tag Sale price 19c Girls Gingham Dresses worth98c sale price 50e Table Linen Red Table Cloth worth 25 to 30c sale price Ion White Tahln Cloth 25 to 30c value sale price 19c White Table Cloth 1 value for 69c Waite Table Cloth 125 value for 88c Lace Curtains House cleaning time is just hbout over and you need new Lace Curtains to beautify your windows During tbo Mill End and Green Tag Sale we Curttninsprices 48c Grade 29c 75c grade 48c 125 grade 75c 2 rnd98c2 25 grade 129 5 grade eo 3 48 CJc scrims at4lc j Mr Bug Iwise boy he Is goinghome to t U is rt t sale at EldYou do the amfhappyWa1lin E L will atgo rvilow prices in the Mil thoughtofthe moneyof this swok wantIIon1ear a outbutone come to usfor it Dutht1ill End s d Green piledhi r re i tnts Shirts y LISaleofmens250 nSShirt 25c each 250 hosomre L 1 4 1 g EXE t I II IJ R I C H M O N ID-c ZK T U C K r 3 l ytr T 7 i e p M ss r I JIr legins at the Busy Bee Cash nISaturdayMAY at 8 Oclock A M NOTICE This sale will be in the store room were now occupying the Frasa ibuilding opposite the Glyndon Hotel next door to NefPs produce store Store will be closed all day Friday May 25 to prepare for the Great Loom End Sale Saturday IVSay 26th I9O6 ilegTom EndsRich Pickings Here e i eap tnc Dt v buying opportunities j of we of in of to entire stock this as move home Every Ad in of their ends or ends as they called short ends to yards in laid aside re tied n f so much a so much per The less raw mcV from Loom in all mills by a of secure piece isof every conce nave 35 of is Ur at Dont the Its a you Get for 20000 Blue Calico in lengths of 10 and price Loom Sale price 10000 yards Silver Gray Calico in of 10 yards End 15000 Black and White Prints in of 10 regular price Gc End price 25000 Prints in of 10 under regular O price Gc End Sale price sJv 10000 red and In of 10 under price 6ic Loom End Sale price 15000 yards American China Blue Prints in of 10 and under price Loom End Sale price 191 12000 Wash Goods in lengths of yards under new and 8c End Sale price Fine Goods Mulls in this lot lengths under reg price 15 to 25c 12000 Dress Duck all colors the very best grade in of 10 and price cut off bolts 10 to End Sale T C price 500 yards inches wide regular 12ic value Loom End Sale price 500 Bed Ticking the kind you pay 20c per yard End price ofour previous only cured largest Loom Ends have this sale but turn at Loom our entire stock new this and counties knows of our recent disastrous fire and these goods now orfering you now at such unheard low have fire all We want sell the during sale July 1st mill manufacture products accumulate mill They 12 length untilthey bundles and disposed by for hundred pounds insteadof yard always brines accumulate Therefore buyers persistent buying thaable kindof goods that made buye secured Largp Cases of select Ends every fabric yard from efforts bargain giving miss great opportunity seldom Almost Nothing personal American Indigo under regular End Simpsons lengths Loom Sale Mourning lenghts Loom American Merrimac Sheeting lengths standard pink purple Calicoes lengths lengths regular Sale May 26th 1 ETHE STORE THAT SESYGU MOkEY 6cC priceCunderC regularC 6cC Begins Sgurday beautiful patterns regCprice 12000 Organdies 1OyardandC lengths under regular 12c Loom best quality Percale t2c always SaleC g for shall been since bran weight Our kind beautiful You would pay and Three Times as much if they were not 500 yards best French Gingham in length of 10 yards under regular 12ic Loom EndCSale price One lot Linen Suitings 400 yards in- lengths from 10 to 20 yards regular 20cCvalue Loom End Sale 500 yards Silk Pongee regular 25cCEnd Sale price 1000 yards White Finished Suiting m lengths Cito2000 yards Sea Island Cotton wide worth GJc Sale 500 genuine Linen Huckaback TowCcling worth 12c yd sale price 500 yards Cheviot for shirts waists O 1 etc worth 12c sale price 200 yards extra heavy Cottonade kind you always pay 20c for sale 7 l 7 1 l Upland Price Dowv II I j i i Sale Closes atiirda Juqe 9fih at 10 Oclock PM This will be a that will surpass any efforts Not have we se the best lot that we offered loose End prices goods Everybody adjoining we are prices all purchased the new loom are commonly are JO They are great rice are Ends can Loom Ends Loom comprising that woven by the former chance Something Our yards and Simpsons yards yards and and Loom yards and yards yards 10 Loom yards Wash yards yards 30 yards Amoskeag Loom are we the get and and and Twice and price about price Cloth value Loom Linen Brown 28Cinchs price used C theC the sale ever and back careful colored yards and system yards yards yards yards Short Length i Ii j 1- aQ II I C E I41 0 J44 ID Pr lJjIc- ic- r J r u e A Taylor SELLS THE BEST m Farming Implements IN RICHMOND Vulcan Chilled Plows Dandy Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Culti vators carries a firstclass Iineof Hardware r also Cook Stoves and Ranges Roofing and Guttering a Specialty w 25 awe UHDEKAH PIANO in tho lead for 70 years TIME IS THE TEST OF MERIT Beware Imitations uperlenePi oo the care and attention we put Into Sru natruction have resulted one of tb satisfactory instruments ever on t o market Has nil the latestaka irovements Every warranted WHY NOT BUY TilE BEST when the price is within the reach ohny- on wanting n Piano Send for free te ied catalogue and full information M SONS PIANO CO W3K9 West 23rd SfNalvorLJee J N N e Goods Behind the Ad LThe Secures the It is like the fragrant breath of spring to see our new line MakesyOU think of the glad some days when thesummer sunshine makes its first appearance takes buying an en J thusiastic pleasure intefirryou 9x12 Axminsters Smiths S2 Q 9x12 Brussels S16 and Stg 9x12 Ingrains S9 r Our exclusive line of FURFITURE ill please you W S OLDHAM RICHMOND i KY l hb 1 tAlways at Ylur Service Regular Dinner Cents X iFiee Chalk Room mat THE of most one illus The Home Restaurant and Lunch Counter For Ladies amI- Gentlemen Lusby and Dunn v J Harry Jjnsby Manager Lexington Kentucky 109 N Mill Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Losing Your Haira- r IDEJKAN The Most UptoDate Restaurantand LunchCounter in the- South bd doing nothing to keep it Soet- women like thick heavy hair r long luxuriant hair Dont you Tk a 11M Halls Vegetable Sicilian Hair M1 ewer You save what hair you- leave uudgetHSere at the eaaSe ttaae sUCK11re tr for Sale Eggs from full blooded silver Lace Wyandotte Hens Ono dollar for a setting of 15 eggs MRS P F ADAMS Jr Phone 308 Fifth street tf Richmond Ky cat Never can tell when youll mash a linger or suffer a cut bruisoburn or scald Be prepared Dr Thomae Eclec tric Oil instantly relieves the pain a quickly cures the wound Estra vednFrom my place on April court day a deep red mnley cow Liberal reward will be paid for return to undersigned REV J W PKATHEK aprl8tf Richmond Ky WANTEDAll kinds sewing Mrs E A King phone 178 fifth street tf Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs sold Mrs if F accoCreekting ol 16 eggs Eggs left with Jas Arbnckle this pIpromptA Word to the Property Owners of Richmond an Madison County About Your House Pain ng and Paper IhnrmtCIon publicudecorativeCl sllinewant your work and in return will fe give you honest materials and honest nl hhavQa larg3smanufactarersin t terII L t9fJp sJu uiUVuSkjyou i dTtlam urs VerjTReipectfuIly W L LEEDS Painter and Contractorf Shop on Iryino St bet 2nd 8nd8rdil Residence Phone 112 Shop Phone 373 21feb3m When a man loses all his pride the hole it athroughWhen you call a man a whole lot of bad names and simply says Thesame to YOU should you fight him or go off smiling and begin to repair the yard fense Farmers who dont get back their be seed potatoes had better go to hoeing Never take the corpse out of the house of to make room for mourners nor kill all the supreme judges to make room for justice The young man who is looking for aa soft snap will feel a great many hardtl ones as he goes alongs JJ GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Office over C A Taylorshardware store opposite Court House u Dr G G Perry SurgeonSyRes SiwUh Dr Bales overRice ArnoUi Ns 5 RIOHMONV KY Dr kS Smith DentistHobson Bail PHONEInCHMOl 4 KENTUCKY M DenOMce fist A Trust Telephonemd vM Blanton DEN1 at WOfflce la Bennett BuUdiDgdrrjanly TELEPHONE 13 +CALL LT+++a JONES MERSHONS SALOON BAILOR WHEN IN TOWN Coole trandmostefre of can un in the city are dispensed by late amdracconmio cation SiFt jms 1e aMp WIMrfTalAW jJj IUU p loifidl J i c TWO1a T t 1 i CROP MAKERS Malta and II eye t t CULTIY1 ID H S 4 tLike AnkfcatIooni Was One of the Early Day Swtfcal pmtfou A hair raising accoun Gist surgi operation performed in Foxes School district 1Vestmo eland olntp Pa i told by a resident af that oCall and reminds one lomewlJSotthfd S of the guillotine only mums asv was foot that was diseaverod Inatiw head ta It was in the year 18301hat a w m Mrs Croft suffered from a orSitoe which developed into blpodpof- I nit Dr Patterson a practicing plifysS cian was called to attend the Buffered and decided that an operation would ba necessary to save her life Not naving the proper instruments with which to preform the operation the physician secured a sharp meat ax and a sledge hammer from the blacksmith shop Armed with these weapons and mpanied by the brawny black smith doctors looking more like a grim executiocer than a reliever ntsuftering to the womans home Her foot was placed on a block of membedr was placed a large potato The physi rested the keen edge of the az the potatoes earl then when all was in readiness and the patient was clinching her teeth to face the ordeal signal was given With his mus arms the blacksmith lifted the hammer above his head and it down with a tremendous tieand before long the woman was again in good health napes JhsQtjk Appendicitis crease in the same ratio that t of Dr Kings New Life Pills In creases They save you from danger and bring and painless relic growingtheir use GuaranteedStockton and Hagan Druggists 25c Try them The large mutton breeds of sheep gradually displacing the merino and iarmers are hiding out that there is something more to be derived from sheep than wool If low prices for wool have caused farmers to turn their attention to the large breeds the apparent misfortune will in the future looked upon as a blessing T English former would consider it a waste of time and labor to keep a flock sheep for wool only iThe mutton sold in the English market is of ti highest quality and is produced leads that rent for more than the same can be purchased for in this coun yet the English farmer regards as very profitable To Jungle With Dynamite Is no more dangerous than to neg lect kidney disorders Foleys Kidney Cure corrects irregularities and has cured many severe cases aft other treatment has failed It bull the warn out tissues and resto healthand vigor I was tronb with kidney complaint for about tyears writes A H Davis of bIt Ster FoloYiIKidneyStocton Hagan In the Breslau Germany zoologi cal garden there is a spider monkey which was operated upon for a cataract and now wears glasses It f e iins to do well and underetands the reason for its strange facial adornment Trains in Spain are certainly slow rate of 10 or 12 miles an hour aJtOOd averagespeddforeve tp y travelers To The Pepple of Madison County JinYou are earnestly urged to stead over to that Madison County Home CoiningComtniteorho names and ad of all your relatives and friends irorn in this county or descended from tatock now living mother States to IySd that invitations be prompt Nsm tf X SJV MILLBR Ohairmas hoop suchC F HIGGINS Sec great at creating tleei leaders are Title and dog cofltL wornnin for Few our a to Inflated with ylrtlM Iks are It Ie hard for a barefoot nii to Congress en his morale If yoa are not prompt and puu yo lire ailbtr obtigliift hon oat IfI lest y eroaeti ia beeeMt lr l iWiL dirk l K e LJ 10 j Dr 1 1 1 TiEs Tai eAr NoS Cincinnati and Knox Lv KM p m Tille Exen south bound 1455 pm Not Knoxville Clnnati IB5 pm Express north bound 200 pm Cinuatla410 a No Knoxville k Clnnatl 1154 p m Express south bound 11S9 p No 10 Stanford and Mays a m vllle Accm north bound 810 an nNo Stanford and Maya ptA Vernon Accm sooth bound 9lba m No 29 Cynthlana and 40 au Stanford expo south 12SOp fit pfd No 30 north bound 390 p Chpcake Ohio fe RAILWAY StliBdnlerSkWinchestor Ky in effect Febrffipr 1006 subject chat uewithoulyoilce FIrLoniecilie Memphis and Soul west a 11 67 a iJ1 p daily West bound Local TratnsV 855 a mfcJ80 pAnJt except Snnilav far n re PI tr- phit New Yorktclin QpU 0nt and Norfolk 739 n ir da1 ytEae bold Than to niidarl it t LheLOCAL TIME TABLE OENPRAL n K POINTS SCO pi 620aL Frankfort 2 47 pl 742a A Georgetown pA330a542dp a L S 45 a p 400 P 82a Oynthiana 7 20 p IS 54 p A Richmond pLAOOplOSOa Cincinnati L 2 55 p QEO B HARPER C W HAYS Pres and GenSupt OP A Losisiils i Atlantic Bftilroai DAILY EX SUNDAY heTRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For VeraaUleaLamencebUrlrfShel 6OOa and Cincinnati 1Sip amFor toWBICHMOND From LouisTille Lexington sod I Rasa m mFromm m From Beatty ville and Irvlnf 625 pan HnIiMITHGF P A KyROffice Qlyndon Hotel Richmond K DW TRIBBLE ANDdg WreV SolicitedwoGuaranteed RICHMOND KY J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over OhenInits grocery K W MILLER wATroaxsr ar Lawottaxroaran next door to armors National Bank febSlr SCTLLtVA ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY oppositoLEWIS B HERRINGTONl LAWYER Office over Tayloi Hardware Store PMM581 RICHMOND K Now is the Time leave orders for effcslor setting Or diar early and you roost have to whit when your hens haew gone to eetjlnit ihavttheWhite Plymouth Rocks tefitraO ad they have land 1heyNhMe t C DIdILLTR Iund Q ftf Unlimited line of other HigEclass Implements suited to the needs of every farmer a- We invite your inspection Cr DOUGLAS COMPANY Successors to Arbuckle C Simmons Main Street Richmond Ky Louis 4 e arid Pmcheekyj On tick r plDg space pSpeciemHome S If TJLTm kSleepers Free o TtmeThrongt- rio Lighted Din tin Ele ra Z WHEN GOING la Y Consult youric m TRllttake pleasure ar out w Cell on or add ngall details tWI amilton- Wrtf Asrent L ONE4lUcnd Ky ettSe r1 ALrR lOld r lrt Whiskyd Bottled at Distillery See that seal not broken Thixton Millett Co- ouisville Ky SONPAGENTSP DepotPRichmond Kentucky WOO L Bring or send your Wool to highsmst desire to purchase all the ool in Madison and adjoin ing counties We will pay you 30 cents per pounds Gott BrosRichmond Kentucky Not Only at Christmas is our line of foods desirable but at all times of the year We carry such a beautiful line of Silver Cut Glass Clocks Watches and Jewelry f every description that it attracts all lovers of the beautiful to our store We make a specialty of engraving Watch repairing carefully attend dto Our stockdsebmplei ou price reasonable Give us call LE Lane teteYMISS JULIA H HiGGINSI Stenographer arid ypewr ter IaamiuerforDladeonoKyrBaefaeesatld PM e Mf lW Sate Tile Di Hfbs4n fei dcflce and nextooprogaef m UMimbk iM tieea el property 1ihioeid For rar et4larr coil tkdrliEailil4at 1 111 Golden Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUMATIC TOOL PLANT which will enable them to do better work than ever before have a large assortment of Granite and Marble and callsand inspect their stock and work Satisfaction guaran Golden Flora East Main Street a a a 1 RfTlJRATiVf rlRFSI tvItIkdiG1I I Tho worM admires urn a are eovng in notamDittoneaerqpg and dzaent1 PrlcgPEFFCRS Calm Nerve Nerroua OeWtlf Falling Memory Ylttl WaY trooWeadaWotatworkamoaloRdeughaDltsandother and repairs wastomerrea Bjaalljr good for women klettree rtnotNndorbepoontpadwlthaPEFrER For sale by E C Wines A FfflUSR FACE jTbc likenessof DR Vf B I CALDWELL appears on e every package of i C WBcLDWELLDr t Caldwell s SYRUP PEPSINhe reliable medicine for 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