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I- ri j dcrs I v t THE RICHMOND CLIMAXh1tf f h VOLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1901 NUMBER 22 I I 1I Ji R rt frli l a =PROFESSIONAL OARDS AttORNEYS RW MILLER ATTUHMBTATLAW KBlCTOcltY RICHMO1ID Building next door to Office n the flurnam arlDerlI National Bank teWly SULLIV AN JA dTfOltNKATLAW WCIIMOSD KENTUCKY over State Rank Trust Co op Olfie f1 ltl Oourt House on Main street JO U M011KNADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKY RCOHD Office on Second street over Chen tilts grocery W R LETCHER iaorneyat Law RIChMONDKKNrUCKY Bros StorergrOffi over Taylor TACKSON ROBERTS EYS AND COUN8ELL0Il8 AT LAY RICHMOND KENTUCKY GoCOf7 Compan7 olllce over Thurman PSTSICIAiTS DBS GIBSON GIBSON PHIalGUNS AND SURGEOS KENTUCKY RICHMOND CClIiD building lid io Sec Office in tb oe old druotore srrnd 5tree on ATnue CHAS C HOOKER rETERINARYSURGEONI l Veterinary Dentltry and Sterility s Specialty office at m stable corner First and Water Streets Richmond Kyapr7ly i 77 C JASPER M IMedicine and Surgery OfhcePrathcr Building Main Street tlephole at residence the Carr place on rold way KItNTUCTKICHMOND EVANS M D Jw PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KENTUCKY RICHMOND DENTAL SURGERY tr 1aCC oorDE- MIIST OP IODISVUB KY Ci Office next door to Government Building Rich mSnd Ky Office hours 8 to 1Z1 to t noTl7ly DR UNDMAN Hotel Glymlon- Weluewlay November 13 Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial a 1m ffin1B 1 h m tD t3t tBInO nyn lUna he ladies cannot be decenei hy catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with niteANDGiDSOnffJ l I am agent for the Page Wire Fence At And wIlt sell any amount wanted Keep car loads oii hand at all tin es Alsopurebred Durock Jorse7 Hogs sale J TCOY Kirksville Ky CF cL- OCI 2 sM j t trJ r cn IK- u1iJi IIrrt 2 fl1s y to tity t S c s JEWELRY ++ 5tS SC4The largest stock in central Kentuck will be foundat VICTOR BOGAERTS Store LexiiTgtou Ky For repairing SplitSecondand i+ Swiss Watches alsott 1 Diamond Setting and fine + Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also make a specialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC and Design big done by a Hue Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto is RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR IJEALINQS Victor Bogaert 67 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13febly JAPANESE P bEV CUREIiPuiusrroans Capvlcs ot Otntnent Uld twc L1lzofwhlctarcerduothiSterrbbbOdiene Thbcneetarectcnlty maIL JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT ZSe a Dor BSiheaDd BLOOD PUJUFllHl Email mild and peuaatto take epoclallr adapted for childrens era jrtJpancoFor sale by Stcclcton Usgan Druggists iI itil lWa2 Successor to J W Aiblll ticy red nQ le t Dl IBVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mchJTly KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our im mense 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fII GiUlL a State FxHunt at Crab Orchard The attention of the CLIMAX Ills been calledtby Mr Joe Willis to an iI lustrated article on IJeasles For Fox Hunting in The American FitIIlof Sept 14 from the pen of Gen W H Gentry promoter of the Kentucky lieu gle Club which nill be organized III November at Crab Orchard Springs Tiiis is a subject of absorbing interest to the sportloving people ol Kentucky arid it is sale to say that tho association will be memorable for the size of the crowd and the quality of the sport af forded Oen Gentry has heretofore devoted his efforts to hunting and iish ing iu Florida with an occasional bust over the Blue Grass country at night when a number of his neighbors could be interested He and his son Law rence own a hue collection of beagles and both are enthusiasts on the sub ject of the beagle Maj P P Johnson president of the National Trotting As sociutioii and a man well known in the political v orld is another sportsman whoso attention of late has been called to the beagle and his pack at his home at historical Bryan Station is as fine a lot of merry little fellows as ever crowded in a kennel Jlnjor Foxhall A Daiugertield brotherinlaw of Jas Ii Keene the Wall Street millionaire broker and keeper of Castleton Farm dlso has a flue lot of beagles and Is Interested in the proposed new associa tion Miller Ward of Pari is anoth er and scores of others will bo on hand Speaking 61 the country about Crab Orchard Gen Gentry who was school ed among tho fields and bills of this beautiful spot says The country is the home of the fox He was chased here by my father and brothers with the Walkers the Helms the Kennedys and other wellknown fox hunterH I have arranged with Joseph Willis lesStO of the property to open tliH place for 10 lays begin ning Nov 25 and we are going to ar range lor three classes of spurtquail huntiii lick trials of beagles after tbe mountain rabbits and the fox hound trials after captive and native foxes We have now tight foxes three of which will be used for the beagles and five for the larger hounds in case we will not be able to find native foxes at the time of the opening of the meeting The meet win last two weeks and cum ing just after the meeting of the National Fox Hunters Association at Es till Springs we may expect many of the devotees of the big dogs to jiin us in our trials at Crab Orchard Reports from Ulegroutids are to the effect that quails and foxes aro mote abundant than in years It is stated that theio aro plenty of foxes and that it will not be necessary to bring along any captured ones but of course wo might need them Men seeking a variety of spurts consider Crab Orchard Springs one of the best locations ni Kentucky It was a famous limiting ground of Cot Dick Gentry the revo Intionary eoldier whose remains lie buried in sight of the grounds and his sons Joseph Gentry Kobert Gentry and others Of more recent date the uoled Point Level hunters Arch and Steve Walker have hunted over this country and add praise to its merits By the way this was the famous hunt ing ground of tho noted Wash Maupil the greatest of all Kentucky fox hunt ers From every side you will hear that Maupin was the greatest woods man of his time anti I guess this was true The Reeds were great woodsmen and in the present day there are n num ber of good hunlers but Maupin was the pioneer hunter The country adjacent to Crab Orch art is open traversed by occasional small streams and the scenery is most beautiful The place formerly was a fatuous health resort where the waters were regardedas healing and health giving It was the Saratoga of the South located among the foothills of the Cumberland Mountains tjeuator Dun Moore of Harrodsburg ColE F Clay of Paris axe among the many sportsmen who will attend the meet iuduceIThe meet will be about the season of tho year when Mr Whitney makes his annual visit to hiS breeding establish audit in Fayette county and his friends are making nn endeavor to have him presentThe of the club will give renewed Interest to chasing foxes with beagles and it id proposed that in the spring there will bo field trials follow ed by semi annual meetings of the club for field trials when all owners of bea gle4will be invited to participate There are loto of people who will not take a dare to do anything except s dare to gj to work Atchison Globe Every woman loves to think of the time when a soft little body all her own will nesJe In her bosom fully satisfying the ycrz1ngwhtch lies 1a the heart of everygood woman But yet thcfe Is s hovering about this RrettyptctUre In her mind which fills terror The dread of childbirth tikeS away much of the Joy of motherhood And yet it need riot be tO For sometime there has been upon the market welHoiown and recommended by physicians a liniment called MOIbefSlflend which makes childbirth as staple and eas nature Intended IU It Is a strengthening penetrating liniment Twhich thejskiri readfly aborbs It gives tha muscles elasticity vigor prevents sore breasts morning sickness and the loss of the girlish figure An Inteiltgent Were I to need MotherIIlrlend again I would obtain 8 bottles It I had topay per bottle for 1t Get Metfcorc Frfcnd at the xintg store pr bottle TIlE CXAOfKLD MEGUAT6KCO Atlanta Ga Write for our free Hlnstratal boOl Bfore tUbY1i zP Governor McCrearys Cand dacy THE Slielbyville Sentinel prints this indorsement of Joy McCrearys cut llidacy for the United States Senate Editor Lewis is one of the promimrt party leaders of tho State and knows whereof he speaks Tho next General Assembly amongst other important mattets will be called on to elect a United Slates Senator and aU indications point to the selection of Guy James JJ McCreary It is eminently fitting that the distin Kuiahcd pxjioveinur should receive at the hand of the Democratic party this honor No man in Kentucky has done c oreto keep the party together than he and in every crisis he has been found at the right time in the right placeHad it not been for the influence of Gov McCieary the convention of 1899 would in all probability Have left the party in such a demoralized condition that it would have been impossible to have made the fight In tho terrible ordeal Frankfort Gov McCrearv was in the forefront of Hie fight and Gov Goebel at all times relied implicitly en lila advice and counsel Always a con servative and safe man his wise coun sels prevented many a mistakeand It is only justice to say that he was at that time u great safeguard not only to the party but to the Slate In every position lie has occupied he has mtoburcd up full to tho responsi bilities and ho has reflected credit on himself mid the people whom ho repre muted The election of Gov McUrearj to the United States Senate will thee the approval of every element in time party and will do a great deal towards allaying the bitter partisan feeling that has been eo rampant in the State While a staunch partisan Gov Mc Creary enjoys the respect and confidence of his political opponents and his election will be regarded as the advancement of a man to a high position who will lend dignity to the ofllce and nflect credit on the State With Blackburn and McCreary in the Sen ate no State in the Union will be better represented and every Kentuckian can feel a pride in his representatives Without in the lest detracting from the excellent gentlemen who are opposing Gov McCreary it is a certainty that at this time the election of Mc Creary will help Kentucky more than anything else wo cn do Do you suffer from pileb If no not turn to surgery fur relief De Witts quickIand danger of an operation IEKUV THOMAS At any rate Sirkcs says that Roosevelt promised him to turn out Commis sioner Evans and put a grabster in his place I I had long suffered from indigos tion writes G A LeDeis Cedar City prepardUonsthat ld mo good until I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure One bottle cured me A friend who had suffered similarly 1 put on the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure He in gaining fast and will soon be able to work Before he used Kodul Dyspesia Cure indigestion had made him n total wreck TERRY THOMAS Secretary Gage is merely trying to keep the accumuiulation in the Treas ury until Congress meets Then the Republicans will take cure of it ANTITOXIN FUll SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Corn Belt IIhow losses In 18V3ot nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F H DeVaux after several years of scientific experi ments and study succeeded in isolating the true germ ol swine diseases and prepatpla Serum Antitoxin which is by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy Hogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market titan those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin In well swinu will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick swine will save at least SS percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be re funded Any farmer can easily admlnlttcrthc Aotttoilu Orderaccording the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 DeVaux Chemical Company 131 Van Buren Street Chicago 21aprly IRVINE From the Irvine Leader Mr Hugh Rid Jell left Tuesday for Lexington where he will spend several daM Mr Jesse Edwards and sister of College Hill spent Sunday at the home of F U Davidson Mr John Peters who it will be re membered was president of time Peters1 Lumber Co was in Irvine Sunday Mrs J II Estes formerly of this county now living nt Ford visited relative here time past week After spending several weeks with relatives in this county bUllS Willie Azblll returned Monday to her home iu Oklalu ma Mr Leslie Shepherd came home Saturday from Kirksville Madison coun ty He took tick phnrtlv after jind is now very ill with malarial fever Mr John Grahain tho was called to Uullwood Eome weeks ago y the sudden illness of his wife returned to Irvine Saturday Mrs Oiahaui ismuch unprovedSHerbert Asbcraft who has been for some time agent at Rice Station is now located at Millers Creek Mr Tho Ricehas been appointed agent at the former pace- PiurcnnrrMra Chins Pritchetaged about S years died at her home in thi county Wtdnesday Oct 2nd of consumption fche leaves three children Mrs J M Henry died last Friday morning after an illness of one week Deceased was foKyfour years of ige She leaves a husband to mourn her loss THE Carlisle Mercury hits the nail on the head when it says that the homegrown bandspankedbiirelooted1hard fisted country boy makes a much bet ter fighter in the battles of lite than the pampered hiRhcollared creased trousered ladd of our cities whoso clothes have always been lirwhed with a whisk broom insteadof a shingle Senator Hanna ia buttering Uei yelt up these days You sell Ts4ilv haammC endorsed that ship iwbwdjf Wall yet If he doeeatdo it it might be well to ititerview Mr IIsnn about him alCrl NOTAwrdrn 1je yt djf niinJ iR Oort uf inquiry low flIICQfldU0t4 seows EmUlSion of Cod Liver Oil is the means of life and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and children When appetite fails it re stores it Vhen food is a burden it lifts the burden When youlose fleshit brings the plumpness of health Vhen work is hardand duty is heavy it makes life bright It is the thin edge of the wedge the thick end is food But what is the use of food when you hate it and cant di gest it- Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood that makes you forget your stomach forfreesurprise you BOWNE Chemists YorkSOcPOLITICS A Washington dispaUh says Pen sion Agent Leslie Combs lunched with President Roosevelt Wednesday Ho and Editor Roberto talked over time Kentucky situation with the lresident ExCongressmnn D G Coison was nominated for the Legislature by the Republicans of the Ninetythird Legis lative district Prof Reeves the Republican nominte lor time Legislature in Clink county is n Madison county product having taught school in this county The Washington Post is authority for the statement that Hun John W Yerkes may be given a portfolio by President Roosevelt upon the reor ganization of time Cabinet The Louisville Post says that Hon Henry Watterson is an avowed candi date for the Democratic nomination fcr Governor in 1J03 and If elected will be a candidate for President in 1004 Col D N Ioiningores term as Collector of Internal Revenue in tho Sixth district will expire Nov 1 and the knowing ones say that exRepresenta tive George Lreberlh will succeed iiiin Because of illhealth Judge Hanson Kennedy of Carlisle has given up the Democratic nomination for judge of the 18th Kentucky circuit court district and has gone to Colorado to spend a year J J Oabcrne of Harrison has been named to fill the place Though but 42 years old President Roosevelt considered as a public man is well out of the nursery lIe is eight teen years older than the younger Pitt was when he was prime minister of Eng laud eight years older than Gladstone was when he entered the cabinet eight years older than Napolen when he was made first consul for life and older hiatt Frederick time Great when ho invaded Silesia or Grant when he took Vicksburg We should like to know by what rule Chinese loot brought in by naval of ficers is confiscated and that brought in diplomats passes free A Special Offer To introduce it quickly into every home time St Louis Mirror will be sent to any address every week for the mouths Including the big Christmas number on receipt of 25 cents silver or stamps Time Mirror edited oy William Marion Reedy con tams the best independent polical article stock and financial articles dra matic criticism book reviews and gen eral miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince you For sale by nil newsdealers Five cents a copy 2 per year Write for IamplecopiesTHE MIRROR 4septf St Louis Mo THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TREATMENT BY WHICH IMUXKAKUS AUK liELNU CURED DAILY IN sPIn UT THEM SELVES No Xoxinas Doses No Weakening of time Nerves A Pleasant ana Iusitivo Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body tilled with poisonand nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat tug liquorsrequires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison and destroying the craving for iiituxicants Snffenitrs may now cure theiiicsolves at home without publicity or lOSS of time from business bv this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the must obstinate ease no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober Industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR HUS BANDS I CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATtiER t This remedy IK in no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease on hand is so skillfully devised awl prepared that it is thoroughly soluble nud pleasant to the taste so that it ran be given in cupof tea or culIYe without the knowl dge of the taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and mado toni by having thoCUREad ministered by loving friends arid rela lives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that they discontinued drinklngof their own free will DO NOT WAI r Do not bode tided by acparent and misleading t81- provement 1rivo out the dkeass at oHce for all time The HOME HOLD GUIlE is sold at the extremely how prke of Qne Dollar pkelafr within reach of everyboily tre 1IleAt moreetfectual than others ting 35 to 30 FUll directions mpanyt pck s Special advice killed phytwiHnB when requeeted witrMMtw tin ri Sent prepaid to IInypatt if- iki world on receipt of WIK 1- 3tJCtOMpAlcYap wad Mttag tthlladelph AII srrupos oscv trlcy cosidsu- tigi lDi1Jf LATE STATE NEWS Five thousand yard employes of the Illinois Central railroad are to be Riven increased wages next month The increase amounts 10 nearly 500 000 annually Mrs Mary Cecil Canlrill wife of Judge Cantrillhas brought Hnit neainst the owners of the Georgetown Vatir Works for failing to furnish ndequaiH water pressure at the time her n+ tlunce burned thereby causing it to be totally destroyed with contents She places her loss at SIS01G luHurance S3 000 leaving a balance of 15016 for which amount she sues to recover Christopher Shelton of Lexington aged 70 years committed suicide Satur day by hanging himself to a rafter in a rear upper room of his home The robbers who attacked tim Mercer National Bank in Harrudstmrg are still at large and no trace to their where abouts has as yet been obtained They left a costly mark on the windows of Main street as memorials of themselves They shot out about a huudred dollars worth of plate glass in the btore rooms near the bank Itev J J Dickey after many years in thin mountains of Kentucky hut been assigned to Washington Mason county where he began his ministry twentyfive years aio The committee to select a tile rlr time howe for aged Masons after examining farms all over time State have selected Slielbyville as the lonatiou anti have decided to buy time farm of D Itoss Smith Four men were killed two were mOl tally wounded and three others were slightly wounded during a tight which occured between tho Morgans of Lee county Va and time Calti wells of Claiborne Tenn at Big Springs near Tazewell Tenn says a Middlesboro dispatch The fight took place near a church while services were in progress The Confederate Veteran Association of Kentucky will petition the next leg islature for a 550000 appropriation with which to found a confederate home Lexington wants tho home Lewis Ockermau Goshen lndII Je Wiita Little Early Risers nevtr bend me double like other pills but do their work thoroughly and makemefeel like a boy Curtain thorough gentle PER RY THOMAS Half time students in Columbia col lege New York earn a part or nil of the money that puts them through the course Education is not solely a rich mans blessing these days W T Wesson GholsonviMe Va druggist writes Your One Minute Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction My customers say it is the bpst remedy for roughs colds throat and lung troU- bles PERRY THOMAS Hox JAMES A NORTON who begins his third term as Congressman front Ohio next December has unequivocal ly announced himself an advocate of woman suffrage He saysy The intelligence of woman her progress as a member of society the part she plays in earning her own living and frequently in contributing to the support of an invalid husband aro only a few of the reasons why site should have just one more privilege accorded to herthat of helping to make the law she lives under of help lug to elect the officers and to be one of the officers who execute time laws liThe woman who is responsible for my existence as a man who nursed me In my Infancy who moulded my youthful mind and characterwho gave me the rudiments of education who is good enough to be my lifelong compan lou and other self whose influence in the home and in society makes me what I aml think she is good enough to go with me to the election booth and I know she can bo trusted to vote rteht Winchester May Have Electric Cars James M Pickrell as time represent ative for eastern capitalists liaR secured an option on the electric light plant the ice plant time water plant and street railway at Winchester with the view of consolidating them and operating the street railway by electricity The City Council has submitted a proposit ion to Mr Pickroll for a twentyyear contract for light and water which must be submitted to the peoplo for ratification and which wilt probably carry He is the man who put in the water works electric light and ice plants at Mt Sterling Mr E P Hanna assistant counsel for the navy ring says that possibly Sampson did not write the magazine article signed by him in which Sclilev is so bitterly criticized as he himself hal often written articled bearing on the Navy for other men to sign This opens up a big field Did Sampson write any of the matter signet by lila name and did Hanna write the scandalous stull in Maclays hook and the New York Sun If the reported new canal treaty with Great Britain accurately set forth we should lute to know why the dickens time British didnt accept the amended treaty and bo done with iL Wash to show that they didnt have to if they didnt choose The reform campaign in New Yoik la making us weary already How can it hope to win by charging that every one Who votes fur lie opponents is merrily an uuaicliiat Didnt we have enough of such fool talk in 90 The real trouble in South Africa seems to be that Lord Kitchener ueg Itcted toOt a supply of experts to- ieepiu tune those pianos etcj which his cavalry lOlull1s are carrying around the country with them Secretary AlgerV book In out It shows that he attItst appreeieU Sampson at his true value and gave time credit to Schlfy where it belonged If Germany does decide to send biak its Chinese loot a similar 8Uj t mion may in time percolate to the under- Msatiingoftke New York hsalHlllld MrSonierlin If K Brother ftlves she tan talN her baby by the tim itfe 0 week jeiid faery to go toils fK4h rMB6on mh ow tt in the botlmiAMhibeni Globe MttluHK AItftIfe1bi yt pn1 aveu l1lelmtliIeuHor you ii 4qt J Do You Know That Buggies and Cern ages are from 55 to cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have good selection on our Soon You save money by buying nowand T T r r t t t OF C IN T Suits 49c 1 49 2 2 50 1 Fine Suits 2 99 and 3 99 quality Ej bnhp Mi LOUIS GUS STRAUS Great Fall Opening Sale CLOTHINGGREATEST SALE FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING EVER KNOWN KENTUCKY Boys School andup Mens Cassimere 1Suits finest ther300 dozen Shirts regular price 1 and 2 00 now 98 CentsWhich than CostIWe have just received our Fall importations our Tailoring Department we are ready to show you the largest best and most complete line of these goods in Kentucky This department is charge Richard Shryock be glad to show you our line t t t t tMAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LEXINGTON STRAUSfSLEADING CLOTHIERS MERCHANT TAILORS GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATTERS ETC LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Money in Oil The Somerset Journal in a recent issue says the production ol tIme Somerset Oil Company for the month of Sep tember from the Bnrtram wells Kos 1 2 and 3 n ngatcil 10933 barrels The product was sold to Oil Compody at time wells for the sum of 8 30414 The company declared a dividend to stockholders October which has been paid in cash of 8000 The August dividend amounted to 2500 PUBLICSLE1As estate of my deceased hus band W BurginI will on the premises sell publicly at 10 oclock a m on Tnuuay Delete 24li 11 The following described property 9 No A tract of land containing 42 acres known as time home plnce on time Unonesboro pike about 24 miles from Foxtown Tbe land is all in grass good dwelling bouse of five rooms and all necessary outbuildings No 2 Consists of 30 acres wore or less adjoininc farm of Sirs Mary Burfiin Tills land is also in grass Both these tracts are fertile nail in a splendid nejgliborbood Also time following stock 4 Much Cows and 2 Calves 36 Ewes 3 Horsec 4 Fat hogs 7 Sliintn hinD interest in 18 acres of Corn 5 Stands of Bees 15 bushels Coal Fariiiini Implements and Household ami Kitchen Furniture TERMS Sale of land will be one half lash balance on a credit of 12 months with interest from day of sale All sums under SIO cash over thirst amount 3 months crodit with interest fiojn date Possession of land given November 1s- tMRS JOICY BURGIN otle2ADIINISTRATRIX Master tOI11missioners Sale I Q W Evans PID Notice ot against Silo S llleWKvansc Dtts J InEquity ty virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Madison Circuit Court rendered at theSeptember Term thereof 1901 In the above style cause time undersigned will on X Saturday October 26tb 1901 Between the hours of 11 pclocka in anti 12 oclock in on the premises in Madison c unty Kentucky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following described trac ot land lncatetOfl tho Waters of Oallowivys Ci eek in Mndi nn noUn- ty Kv tin tIle east 110 of the Rich mond mid LexitiRtoti Turnpike Rom and adjoiuiiiE the lands i f tianforcl William IJlhal t cinlninjng 33 41 100 aireS OK time slnle lnrt conveyed to James E Evans by William Will imns and olhN l y Dted dated April 171895 exclmhhi the land sold tll Jiilm Ohtnanli l v J E Evans and tihio EVHIIS an IN nhown In Deed Hook 46 Page 4w conlaiuiiK FI av iiur 81 acres more or hess fffFvrmore particular description hereof reference is hereby made to the JHilg ItPllt Lerlrm The tand will be otl iseg wliitkrfor time purpose of p iv5ilKlh ulthr mntii And wsis of 732 8tth awount oh nioney to ordered to b IB ltTEhtDssln will he mste fm a of 6 and 12inoiitli MjiiRlly Tim t8tivebetidwithp yin nt of the i umrehp emoner rfii bav the foe snirct of- nwIntiliriwciv1I4l JHltir hgeIt- mkvd JJf Is 3Ui ui4vpne- iijtI at7- inelY UU n is paid iorr IMtlOV II G if O C 5 more another season prices of materials are going up John Donelson Prop t Mens Black Clay Wor sted Suits 4 99 t The largest and f line of Suits every shown 50 is less in and in of who will t AND FINE tile Standard A time oun the proper tyvi5 ami lie 2J credit cost W i Peoples Friend+ ++ Is he who sells good goods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furn iture includes Bed Room Suites Iron BedsFolding Beds Rockers Couches Dinning Tables Chairs + + 4 4f + 4 + + + + f4f+ + Everything Thfgei + + + ++4 ++ ++ ++++ Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is complete in every respect W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND ulr3My KENTUCKY I WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY ik M UR MidSummer CUT PRICES are now in full force Onefourth to onehalf off The finer the goods the bigger the discounts Good papers from 3c on up in price Window Shades 10 15 20 and 25c to the finest handmade and we make all kinds of Shades A good mixed paint for J10 pure Linseed Oil and ttWhite Lead at factory prices freight added Largest stock of Picture Framlns materials In the State We will frame your picttirns in tip todnte styles for little money Dont forget that you will save rnonev avoid bdl material poor workmanship and vexatious dolnjs by having Willging with his force of skilled workmen GEO M WILLGING Manufacturer of all kinds of Paints Paints for all kinds of purposes Each specific Paint for a specific purpose 209 vest Main Street RICHMOND KY n n n rWHY NOT BUYiTHEBEST f No7SStanding Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse x We also make a tieltMae of High Ondef Vehicles sad Hara a Send for Catalogue and Price List 1 COSMO CARRIAGE CO tHen Rock Pa 25sfpt Out For Rubber Stamps LtrOEt i ++ + T + U 4A1It IL5 l 9s I I 1 1 he Richmond Climax J O CHKNAULT President A D MILLER Manager B LEE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY OCT 23 1901 PUBLISH EVER WKONICSBAY BV The Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET yon COUNTY JUDGE N B TUHPIN Ton COUNTY ATTOESET JTEVI3 COBB- PORSUES1FF r JOHN4 F WAGERS toa JAILUE JAMBS Q LACK BY FOB OLKKK JESSE OOUU yogpwcrrivgCIIAS FOB SCHOOL eCFBBIXTBXDCST J W WAGEUS ron ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAND JIB SUBVKTOB FOR COBONBB CLIFF SAMUELS FOR JIATO- BIDAVIOlCTEVIS IOLJOBJUDGEU FOR CITY ATTORSKT J TALBOT JACKSON rOE CHIEF OF POLICE J HALLMAN POE MAGISTRATE D PARMER POE CONSTABLE II F KENNEDY FOR COUNCILMAN COURTHOUSE J W Bales W 1 Leeds CITY HALL C T Wells E H Bybee UNIVERSITY C O Douglas W L Arnold WITH the hope of creating dissen tion in the Democratic ranks the Re publicans are circulating the report that the primary last fall estranged many Democrats who will not vote for John F Wagers for Sheriff The wish is father to the thought in this case and the Republicans are only seeking to make political capital out of imaginary conditions No true Demo crat can afford to endanger the success ol the ticket to grntifya personal pique Personal preference should be subordi nated to party success and it should be borne in mind that a Democrat standing for Democratic principles is better than a Republican advocating Republi lan principles at any anti all tunes Let every Democrat be up and doing defeat the plans and shatter the hopes of the Republicans by voting the straight Domocratic ticket from Judge to Constablo As proof lluit they are satl fled with the splendid city administration of the Democrats the past two years the Republicans decided not to put up a Council ticket this time and those excellent gentlemen and representative viticens Messrs J W Bales W L Leeds CT Wells E H Bybee W Arnold and C O Douglas composing the Democratic ticket will be elected without opposition The old Council has made a fine record and even better things are expected of tile new one which instead of a Republican will have a Democratic Mayor at its head to hep carry into effect measures designed for the public weal JUDGE MILLION was the only Republican county official elected at the last county election and he would never have pulled through hall it not been a presidential year When it comes to a real test of strength Madison county is Democratic and always has been and if every Democrat will do his duty on November 5 the excellent ticket at the head of this column will win by such n decisive majority that all claims of the Republicans to the county will be forever dissipated L t8rowerLo LEXINGTON KY Explaining a Mantle Prob1eiwa It wouldnt make any difference liiw well we advertise our Mantles it couldnt possibly offset the effect of an unsatisfactory Mantle in anyones houte It would bo perfectly useless to put good ads in the newspapers and poor mantles in the houses The Mantles and the ads should work together Our Mantles and our ads do work togetherThe first is just what and is just as attractive and just as good and modern in every way as the second says it iRe Advertising is the life blood ot business but the best advertising be comes palsied unless it is backed bj good goods and among good goodt you should write down in a large bold hand Browerts Mantles Our Mantle department embracer the product of the most reputable manufacturers of the country Mantels here of every sort except the unworthy sort Prices are most pletslng 1250 will put a Mantle in your home that you will never be ashamed of but if your purse demands a 100 Man tie we can satisfy tho demands of yoni purse Seventyfive different styles of Mantles are on display here Do you think you would like to- liak them ovell CiFiBrowetCo MAIN AND BROADWAY LaXIJG11tN M- r1II3 b TUG Pantagrapb in a spirit of levity endeavors to make the impression tha the Democratic nominees are all akin and have formed a tort of family trust for the control ot the countv offices Bless your soul brother you forjet that two Republican families Iho Bur llama and the Bennetts have hogged all the offices worth having at tho dis posal of the Republicans of Madison county for the last generation to the exclusion of many a poor worthy aspi rant and they havent relaxed their grip yet Who was Collector of Inter nal Revenues in this district Rollins Burnam Who was Deputy Insurance Commissioner and Representative at the same time Tutt Bnrnam ibold lug two offices one of which mght have been given to one of the more humble hungry pie hunters of the par ty Who only was great enough to be dignified with the title of Senator Mnjur Uurnam Who is on the Ap pellate Bench from this districtAn other Durnam When there was talk of a Bank Emaminer who was atonce mentioned for the placea Burnam of course And the laat Republican convention wanted to put all the re maining Burnams not heretofore provided for into office The distribution of political honors in the Iiennett fam ily has been about in the same proportion John Bennett went to the Senate Sam Bennett found a soft berth in the Auditors office Xeale Bennett was made Stamp Deputy Wailer Bennett was the nominee for County Judge and just the other day through force of habit we suppose the dual appointment of U S Commissioner and De puty U S Clerk was thrust upon War held Bennett Far be it from the pur pose of this article to detract from the character or ability of these worthy gentlemen but we only call attention to these facts to show that in the Re publican party in this county public olfire is a family trust or a private snap and here as elsewhere it has been the policy of the Republicans to invite the bosses to the pie counter and let the hewers of wood and drawers of water the poor white voters and tho negroes do the Lazarus act and content theiuselver with the crumbs that fall from the official table But crumbs are plenty good enough for the average Republican WAIVING all comparison as to the legI ability between Hon J revis Cobb and Hon Grant E Lilly the rival candidates for County Attorney do not lose sight of the fat that Mr Cobb is a native of Madison that his parents live here that he was reared and educated here and that all his in terests are here while Mr Lilly who until recently was a citizen of Estill county has hardly been in Madison lone enough to get the chestnut burrs out of his hair Mr Lilly is a good lawyer no doubt but let him get better acquainted with our ways before he aspires to guide the destinies of a large wealthy and historic county like Mad ison THEKE are more reasons than one for electing Hon N B Turpin County Jiulbe In the first place if he is elected he will have the casting voto in the Fiscal Court and the Republicans even with the magistrates they expect to secure by the recent publicnecessity gerrymandering scheme will not have a majority in the court and cannot in crease taxes and burden the people with needless extravagancies as that party has always done when it was in power Vote for Judge Turpin and thereby throttle their nefarioua plans MK E B SMITH of this city who recently purchased the Pantagraph has sold his paper at Livingston The Kentucky Colonel t W It Hudson ol Barboursville who has removed the paper to Mt Vernon where it will hereafter be published Mr Hudson is a capable young newspaper man and will no doubt make a success of the enterprise PERSONAL Dr AI C Heath spent Friday in Lex ingtonMrs French Tipton is visiting friends in Danvite Col W W Watts left Monday for learn Texas Mrs Mat Cohen visited relatives at Versailles on Thursday City Attorney J Talbot Jackson was in Louisville Thursday Mrs W A Eisenheart is visiting relatives in New York Messrs Henry White and Paul Good loe are at the Buffalo Exposition Mrs C E Kmoot is visiting her sitar Mrs E L Powell in Louisville Col D W Tribble is visiting his sis ter Mrs P P Nuunellyat Stanford Mrs J D Rawlings of Versailles was the guest of relatives here the past week Miss Emma Dejarnett has returned from a vklt to relatives at Williams townMisses Mattie and Alma Burton are in Danville visiting friends Mrs Win Crow has returned from a two weeks visit to Frankfort and Ver sailles Attorney IL C Hazelwood attended the Powers trial at Georgetown last Saturday Jtf iss Ethel Heacox ol Lexington is the guest of her si terYrs Elmer DeatherageJudge M Benton and family of Winchester spent Sunday with relatives here Mr L E Lano the wellknown jeweler spent Sunday with ba mother at Mt Sterling Mrs Margaret Wilmore and daughter have returned from a visit to relatives in Nicholasyllte Mr and Mrs Robert French have returned and taken rooms with Mr and Mrs W E Luxon Jr Mrs Sallie Maupin wife of Dr John W Maupin is in Covington undergoing medical treatment Mrs A T Million left yesterday morning to visit her daughter Mrs R E Adams at Louisville MIs RJ White and daughters Misses Lela and Doyle are visiting relatives in Bloomington III Mrs James JJ McCreary has re turned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Wheatly in Woodford county Mrs J J Brooks after a pleasant visit with Mrs C D Pattie has returned to her homo at Crab Orchard Mr W F Crutcher left Friday for ilarrisonville Mo to spend two weeks with his brother Rev S W Crutcher Mrs Little and daughter Miss Mary have returned from a protracted visit to Mr Robert E Little at Henderson vile N C Mr R R Burnam returned Thursday night from Louisville whero he went to attend the State Grand Lodge meetingMr Mrs S Neville Moberley are back from New York where they were the guests of Millionaire J R Haggin and wife Mrs F S Ellis of Richmond ar rived here yesterday to be a guest at the home of Mr Thomas McRoberts Danville News Mrs S G Humphreys of Woodford has gone to spend the winter on her plantation in Ferrebonne Parish La Lexington Gazette Miss Lettie Swearingen and friends Kate and Pearl Ely have returned home from a delightful vieit in Paris Georgetown and Lexington Mrs W E Luxon Jr Mr Bailard tIe Luxon Mrs C C Wallace and Mr Allen H Zaring attended the FrenchLuxon wedding at Lexington last Wednesday Miss Addie Hunley was called to Oklahoma City Okla Sunday by n telegram announcing the serious Illness of her sisttr Mrs F L Word roper Mr WHRico of the firm of Wagers and Rice of Rice Station was hero Saturday returning front Versailles aud paid hie office a pleasant call Dr C D Pattie has routed of Miss Pauline Smith her Lancaster avenue property formerly occupied by Mrs II U Hogg and will take possession im mediatelyMr Pilcher the vetran news paper man formerly of Nicholnsville but more recently connected with the Lexington Morning Democrat was in the city lost Tuesday Mr and Mr J D Dykes accom panied by Dr T J Taylor took their bright little daughter Margurite to Cincinnati Monday where she will un dergo an operation for appendicitis- The Times had a pleasant visit last week from Mr Clarence E Woods of Richmond who is a witness in the Powers case Mr Woods is an old newspaper man and a good one Georgetown Times Misses Sue McRoberts of Danville Julia Higgins of Richmond and Katherine Waddell of Somerset formed a merry party to visit the Wayne county oil fields Yesterday Stanford Journal Mrs Stone Walker of Richmond has returned home after a visit to her mother Mrs Carrie M Boone She and Mr Walker will leave soon for New York to remain until after the Horse ShowCourierJournal Miss Dove BLetcher has sufficiently recovered to be able to resume her work in the collegeDeputy Collec tor WT Short left Sunday night for Washington D C to try to get his headquarters changed from Richmond to Mt Vernon if not be will move to Richmond in the near futurerMt Vernon Signal Mr John R Clemments and daughter Miss Carrie of Flatly City Mo will arrive today to visit Mr and Mrs W WPigg They will then go to Es till county Mr Clemments old home aOjqualutancesfirst visit to his boyhood home which he left more than fifty years ago Dr Elmer Northcutt has sold his handsome home near Valley View to Dr Howard Switzer of Monticello and will probably remove with his family to Lexington We regret to loose so enterprising and intelligent n citizen as Dr Northcutt and commend him to the good people of the Bluegrass Capi tol to whom he and his excellent family will be a worthy addition Mr Joe Cunningham spent Sunday with his sister Miss Clinta Cunning ham at Richmond Mr U E Gib Itching SkinDistress by day and niSht Thats the complaint of these who are eo unfortunate as to be afflicted with Eczema or Salt Rheumand outward applications do not cure They cant The source of the trouble is in the blood make that pure and this scaling burning itching skin disease will disappear 1 was taken with an Itching on say arms which proved very disagreeable I concluded It was salt rbeum and bought a bottle ot Hoods Sarsaparllla In two days Biter I began taking It I felt better and It was not long before I was cured Have never had any kln disease since Has IDA E WARD Cove Point Md Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills rid tho blood of all imparities and cure all eruptions bens was in Richmond Saturday trans acting business for the Burt ilrab- bCoMr Carlisle Maupin spent Sunday at home in Richmond Sir Harry Stout of Richmond was here SaturdayMr B C Potts of Rich mond here this weekFord Index Miss Flora Chenault und Miss Kit Chcnault of Ricbmotdare guests of relatives in LexingtonMrs Nelson Gay of Winchester was with relatives here Wednesday Mrs Thomas Shelby is tile guest of her daughter Mrs Hugh Riddel of Irvine In the fire at Irvine Mr Riddells extensive library was destroyed which has not only proved a loss to him but the whole community Lexington hera- ldRELIO1OUS Evangelist D G Combs is holding a protracted meeting at Bethel church near Vallev View Rev J I Wills is holding a pro tracted meeting at the Ford Presby terian church Rev L H Reynolds pastor of the Christian church at Flatwoods has resigned and the church has called Rev TQ Martin of Winchester for the ensuing year Rev J R Howes pastor of the Methodist church north at College Hill has been transferred to Sardis Mason county Ho has been suc ceded by Rev Sturgel Uncle Joe Hopper closed n two weeks meeting at the Presbyterian church in Lancaster last Sunday with sixteen ad ditions The Lancaster Record says his sermons were forcible and instructive and that a large attendance greeted him at each service Rev Eugene Bell for six years a missionary in Corea will preach at the First Presbyterian church next Sunday morning Mr Bell is a former gradu ate of Central University and married a daughter of the late Dr Witherepoon Rev Hugh McLelland will doliver the address of welcome at the Fourth District Christian Endenvbr Conven thou which becins in this city Friday night The exercises will be heldat the Christian church and will continue three days About 100 deleeates and visitors are expected President B A Jenkins the distinguished young Presi dent of Kentucky University will he present and deliver an address Sunday nighton the Deepening of tho Spiritual LifeMATRIMONIAL MiTOHELLCoFFEE Chas Mitchell 42 a farmer of this county was married last week to Miss Ida J Coffee of Estill JAMESFOKJV Mr DavidE James 45 a carpenter of Lexington and Miss Forth 17 of Union City this county were married last rhursdayS- ANDERSDuNOAN1oIr Eddie San ders son of J M Sanders and Miss Nannie B Duncan daughter of Ramsey Duncan of the Newby section will be married today at the brides home ENCJLEKFIELD Miss Mary French Field the talented and charming daughter of the late poet Eugene Field was married at Chicago last Wednesday to Mr William C Engler They will reside in Chicago DOUBLE WEDDING Miss Myrtle Agee and George Grrland and Miss Lillie Agee and Elard Curtis were the happy participants iu a double wed ding at Delphia this county last Thurs day The happy brides were sisters Rev G C Stocker performed the mar riage rite in his usual happy style Valley View ArgentB- KYSONCLAISK Mr D G Bryson and Miss Addie Lee Clark popular young people of Valley View drove to Lexington where they were quietly married Tile groom is nephew of Mr G A Roy of the RoySoper Lumber Co and is an industrious and exem plary young man The bride is a daughter of Mr William Clark arId one of Madisons wellknown lady teachers who is as pretty as she is ac complished The CLIMAX extends hearty congratulations- TAYJoitBAUGrsrAN The Paris KentuckianCitizen of last Saturday thus chronicles the marriage of a former popular Richmond lady In Lex ton Thursday afternoon Duncan ray lor of Paris weddbd Miss Bessie Baughman late of Richmond lhe ceremony was performed by Eld Mark Cpllis The groom who is salesman in the shoe store of Talbot Clay this city- is tho son of the late Win M Taylor and a popular young man in Bluegrass social circles The briJc isa sister of Mrs John D Feeney and Mrs Ljttlo ton Purnell anti is a handsome little lady with a host of friends May Jthey liye long and he happ- yFuENOIELuxoNWe cUp from last Thursdays Lexington Leader the fol lowing account of the FrenchLuxou wedding Miss Laura Belle Luxon daughter of Mr and Mrs W E Luxon of Richmond Ky and Mr Robert L Frenchalso of Richmond wore quietly married Wednesday at high noon at the home of this brides aunt Mrs Thomas E Luxon 168 West Short street The ceremony was performed by President B 0 Hagerman of Ham ilton College After the ceremony ard a drive with a party of friends to the trots the bridal couple were given a pleasant informal reception at G oclock by Mr J W Billiard at his home on Elm Tree lane After a few lays longer here the happy couple will go to Rich mond to reside the groom bing con nected with the Richmond Roller Mills Both are popular and very attractive young people and there are many good wishes expressed for their luippin- casBIRTHS WILLIAMS Mr John Williams the clever Fifth street iceman is the proud father of a tine boy with which his wife presented him last Thursday morn morning BECK News comes from Lexington Ind that Mr and Mrs Victor IL Beck formerly of Valley View this county are the proud parents of a fine girl their first born DBATHS NUQENTE B Nugent for 50 years a leading dry goods merchant of Louis ville died last week WALKER Gen James A Walker the last commander of the famous Stone wall Brigadeol tile Confederate army and a member ot the Fifty fourth and Fiftyfifth Congresses died in Wythe ville Va Sunday In Memorlam Less than a year ago it was the writers pleasant task to notice the mar riage of Miss Bertha Wilson to Mr Alfred Isaacs of Station Camp Estill county Now only ten mouths since that date it falls to our lot to chronicle the sad and untimely death of that selfsame bride The ways of God seem strange and hard to understand when we eeo one so young just eighteen years of age in the verv June time of her young womanhood and just en tering into the holy office of mother hoqd taken away But God needed her above arid all that lov hug hands and skilled physicians could do could not stay the grim hand of death and she passed into the great beyond on tire 9th inst leaving a griefstricken husband and a week old boy baby beside a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss Deceased was a daughter of Theodore and Sophia Wilson Her remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground at Sta tion Camp along side of those of her grandfather the late Captain John Wilson tho hero of Lookout Mountain Her death was that of a beautiful Chris than for such she was and she passed into the Valley of Shadow of Death without a fear She was a devoted member of the Christian church and before her death she urged all to unite with Christ We grieve with those who were around her and loved her for her own true worth and while it is hard to give her up we know she is happy with the angels forever singing hallelujahs around the throne of God C G M Paris Court house Burned The Paris court house costing 145 000 and considered ono of the hand BOmefct and best appointed in the State was destroyed last Saturday morning by fire which originated from a defective flue There was an insurance of 52500 on the building and 7500 on the furniture The records are thought to be safe but are proba bly injured by water or smoke The blaze which caught in the ceiling of the circnit court room was fanned by a stiff breeze which rendered the firemen- powerless Accidentally Shot Himself Robert Golden aged 20 son of Thomas Golden of the FL Estill local ity while out hunting Saturday after noon accidentally shot himself the entire load of his shot gun taking ef in the right side mangling several ribs exposing the liver ami badly lacerating his arm Ho was standing on a stump with Iris gun at rest watching for a rabbit He jerked the gun up to shoot when the hammer struck the stump discharging the weapon Dr W M Gibson of this city dressed the wound and the pa tient is resting easy though his con dition is considered serious Tire unfortunate Jyoung man is a member of tho McCreary Guards and popular with his comrades and friends DUNT BEDECEIVEDI This warm weather will not last and you will need Boots and Shoes for the change We have the largest and most select line BOOTS SHOES HATS and MENS FURNISHINGS to be found in Richmond Now is the time to make your Fall purchases Come early and get your choice See our Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women price 300 InpoothsIdeal Patent Vici Kid Patent Enamel Kibo Kid Box Calf in heavy solesand light soles high heels and low he tsl1oe for dress shoes for streetall one price 300 See the Famous Stacy Adams Shoe equal to the best and secoud to none We have them in all styles See our double deckers Bear in mind that we are headquarters for the iNewest Things at all times in HATS NECKWEAR COLLARS and CUFFS A full and complete line of MENS UNDERWEARAJarfce assortment of Mend and Boys Caps Drew Shirts Dress rB Ck llaadlcerchiefii Mscintech and Slicker Coats Umbrellas Sole Leather Lamb Wool Soles Over Gaiters Shoe PftHftl Rubber Boots Rubber Shoes and Felt Boots You will find it a pleasure to trade where you can find what you aT1W1IJAVE THEM ft2 Is 1RJCE ARNOLDS PosloKco Burgulaized Burguladesarcbecominfj too frequent for comfort in this part of the state Cracksmen blew open the safe in the poetofllco at Millersbnrg Bourbon county securing SlOO in cash and jworth of stamps They overlooked lOO in an old safe besido the one cracked There is no clue tothe Identity of the rascals Gets a Federal Appointment Attorney Varfield C onnettor this city has been appointed United States Commissioner and Deputy Clerk of the U S Circuit anti District Court for this district with office In the Govern mont building Mr Bennett is a nephew of State Senator John Ben nett and was only ecently admitted to the Richmond bar Will Run for Constable The Valey Tiow Argent says that Albert Dozier the popular and efficient constable of Million district who WAS thrown into the White Hall district by the late but ever toberemembered Republican public necessity gerryman dering scheme will make the race for constable on tire Democratic ticket in old White Hall district Student Suicides A Lexington dispatch says David Arnett of Woodford county a member of the senior class of State College shot himself in the head with a te volver at the college dormitory at one oclock last Tuesday afternoon Lack of money with which to complete his course is assigned as the cause He was twenty years old Ohio Firms Secure Contracts for New Bridges The Fiscal court committee com posed of Squires Armer Young and Cotton and Surveyor S Parrish has awarded the contract for the iron bridge over Shallow Ford creek to the Bracken Bridge Co Cincinnati and for the Gwynn bridge near Paint Lick to the Ml Vernon Ohio Bridge Co Outclassed Our Boys The Caldwell High School foot ball team which went to Berca Saturday to play tire Berea College eleven was walloped to the tune of 30 to 0 bv the Bereaites who it seems outclassed our boys The Richmond team was scheduled to play Lancaster today but the game had to ho posponed to allow our boys to recover from the effect of Saturdays drubbing Have Found a Medium Realizing that the best way to reach the buyers of Richmond and Madison county is through the medium of the CLIMAX Messrs Rice Arnond the uptodate outfitters have taken a column in todays issue to tell about the immense bargains they are offering in shoes hats and gents furnishing Every article in their store is niw stylish and sold at the very lowest price consistent with quality If you are looking for bargains read their ad and give them a call Republicans Get a Portial City Ticket Monday was the last day of grace the Republican hind to get on the ballot From their maneuvering the past week it was believed that they would put out a full city ticket but not enough of their political faith could be found to run for Councilman and they content ed themselves with getting out only a porjial ticket as follows Mayor Dr Phil Roberts Magistrate G BTurley Sr Chief of Police W P Baxter Constable T V Bondinot And all these had to be put on the bollot by petition Constantly Improving its Line The Louisville Atlantic sixtyfoot trestle near tho L N crossing in this city is being entirely rebuilt a force of men having begun work on it last week It will be built on piles this time and will be far more durable and substantial than the old structure Another noticablo improvement this road is tha painting of its depots a beautiful straw color greatly enhanc ing Their appearance Under tire splen did management of Col C M Brown ing the Louisville as Atlantic is rapid ly becoming one of the best equipped roads in Kentucky and shippers its well as the traveling public have begun to appreciate this fact as is evidenced by its increased freight and passecger traffic Killed by the Cars Louis Mullfinger aged 23 an L N freight brakeman whose homo was in this city fell between two cars while switching in the yards at Paris Tuesday night and was run over and killed The car that passed over him was thrown from the trackStrange to say there were no marks of violence on the body and death evidently resulted from internal injuries It is said that the brake step on which he was riding broke causing him to fall The re- maIns were brought here Wednesday nicrht and after funeral services Friday morning by Roy J M Bailey at the East End Christian church tile inter ment took place in the Richmond cemetery Deceased was a son of the late Fred Mulflnger the wellknown butcher and had been married only three months lIe was a member of the East End Christian church and was an industrious clever young man liked by all who knew him His young wife who was Mtes Amy Richardson a mother and several brothers and sit ters are left to mourn his loss and they have the sympathy of all In their sad bereavement Deceased had his life insured iu both the Sun Life and the American Insurance Co for small amounts The Cecllliaa Club Votes Ruskin has said that all ones lift is tnusia If one touches the notes rightly and in time Imperfect human nature with Its great lack of appreciation of the good things of life might consider this a fallacy And yet the man of ideals finds much pleasure in the striv ing and recognizes that much of lifes music is his portion All agree that no degree of excellence can be at taiuod in any line of work or study without the loftiest ambitious and the highett ideals constantly before HP No doubt It was such thoughts as there that actuated the committee appointed by the Cecilian Club in making the proeram for 19011902 The main line of study for the year Is The Opera English French German and Italian and other subjects no less Inspiring arid uplifting Among these latter is Beethovens Ninth Symphony which a RichIpression iit the art divine Time Ceeijifui Club has resumed its work Hiidr a new regtne and heM He first Hllmj with the president Mrs H L II Ilonfhe membership which bad 41eA limited to twenty five members WM found to befuUand six teen nwiftlrew were present The openlrR U1MJes Familiar Ctwmr of which U i wild qftlca- bot n ulahe 4 taayJ Rich Juicy Plumbs Ripe For Your Picking I Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities and Lawns at our store Dim ities in the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdiesin all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable tc every dress is the elaborate trimming of lace etc In Allover Lace Yoking and Serpatine Trimmings we excel Our stock is more complete than ever before in prices from 20c to 200 per yard Our Belt Department GIsStyles conic first so do MeKees Belts Novelty is essential to make sales you will be struck by the novelty in our Belts Reliability should always be considered it is a specialty with us The dip or pointed effect is growing more pronounced every day In connection with lour Belt Department can be had a most complete line of Purses Kid Gloves at 100 guaranteed Can bo had in all colors and sizes Our line of Corsets is complete In netting- or summer Corsets at prices from 29c to- SOcand10O This G D Corset one of the most widely advertised brands is a very large sale with as G D Chicago waists at St 00 4 G D style 36c Straight front at fIoo 4 Remember we belong Merchants and Consumers Scrip Association which means money saved to you if you trade with us yours Cor NainFirst St enthusiasm that had slumberer during vacation days The numbers were carried out in full and the four mas tars Beethoven Schubert Mendels sohn and Schumann were fully and freely discussed Mrs T J Smith gave the traditions concerning tile Moonlight lonata the product of a great wind calls tIre musiral giant to whose authority all nations maRe obesiance- A sketch of Mendelssohn followed tho Spring Song which played by Mrs W S Oldlrani a composition ex pressing as it hoes that tenderness and love characteristic of many of the wellknown Songs Without Words Mrs Hugh McLellan gave the stories associated with the composition of Schuberts Serenade Tins was played by Mrs Robert Biirnmn and Schubertconspicuous as a song writer ami one of the most poetical of mu sicians was vividly portrayed to the listening audience Then came the Traumerer from Schumann the mystic the romanticut This was played by Miss Baldwin and was followed by a paper from Miss Crow on the characteristics of Schu manns music In short a most delightful afternoon with these masters spent under most favorable and happy class might adopt as a motto the words of Bach Study on ly for time best for life is too short to study every thing P Narrowly Escaped Death John C Webber the famous Cincinnati band master narrowly escaped asphyxiation at the Reed Hotel Lexington last week An open transom is all that saved his life Bitten by a Mad Dog Master Commissioner John U Welch of Nfcholanville who is wellknown here was bitten by a mad dog last week and had to be taken to the Pasteur In stitute at St Louis for treatment Mr Welch is a brotherin law of Circuit Judge Thomas J Scott of this city Protection And Investment For protection from want for your wife and children Onr new PERFECTION POLICY incontestable from date of is sue and with all the best features of modern life insurance For investment our THREE IER CENT GOLD ENDOW MENT BONDS absolutely sale more profitable than the average investment and fur nishing INSURANCE at the same time +I The 1- I Life Insurance J+ Company + I Of Kentucky I +Home Office Louisville Ky JC BECK Jr Special Agent Trust Bldg Richmond Ky 1 IEir Commissioners Sale D M Chenanlt Pie Notice ot against Sato Amnle While Ac Deft In B atty 8iaSeptember Term thereof MM IB the above style cause the Erri5eg will oa Wednesday October 30 1901 Aboat the heer 51 II oclock a m ta host ot tbe Court 3ee tceer ta KichBK d H couatr CeME ky proceed to expose to PttWic Sale o the Wgfeeet Wittier letoltewlc de scrfhed propeitp vie A lot in KkbmomJ KrMi the westrrm o ehaI of lot No It iii BIO M In Ute D5IlIamkai Addition to the C W 1tW- ImOiHlXtroltWttgGRAhnoDt8tr X tact and ronnlBg through Mid lot me widths pru4woibordered to he Ie aBcl the costs hereof rUUU 8ata wlH he Made a ana bf timonth IIM will be nqsjbsd fat KT hostd wMkfasjsl security tot tk ot th fatshisn mtnuj to have lie i s4 vsifromsaId BMs r wstll all the RarohM sI I g- 151w MC 60 u I Ribbons i g Tine demxnd for Ribbons luring time pats month was greater than ever bo fore erridesItprilpsIribbons IIJnp Hiiks for waists in all colors pink cream blackIor gandies etc we are leathers It Ladies Linen Skirts at 25c Special for two M weeks only Ladies Parasols at GOcSl 75 and up It yardBuggy compleleItwhite Caps at 24c Linen Caps in all styles ranging in PIItfrom 10 to 25r to the Respectfully conditionsTruly Mutual Itat OWEN MCKEE cAN AGENT WANTED A Fine for a Good Man WHEN WORKING FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE Yon neednt introduce the Company the Company hit rod urn 1 Then you have it You neednt take a minute or a word to p1 where The Mutual stands or what it stand for Tliewl e world knows its masterlul leadership just as you know ity r self But there are some things that you man not know DO YOU KNOW That The Mutual Life is especially helpful to agents Thru the Mutual Life writes the most liberal policies lust the Mutual Life hiss the most liberal premium rater That The Mutual Life gives the highest guarantee That Tire Mutual Life has policies that meet every rcquircmeu f investment as well as of protection That The Mutual Life is STRONGER THAN THE UXttl STATES GOVERNMENT its funds on January 1 1001 I larger by 35 610000 than the net funds of tho Government eluding the 150000000 of the gold reserve That The Mutual Life hiss nearly 150000000 more cash funds the combined capital of tile Bank of England Bank of Frau Bank of Russia and Imperial Bank of German Look into these things Take no ones sayeo but investigate Time ni yon look and the better posted you become the clearer will tIe preemirm of The Mutual Life appear The Mutual Life Insurance Coof New York RICHARD A McCURDY President Is time largest and strongest life insurance company in the world Total Cash Assets of United States Government January 1S01 S 200107 Funds of The Mutual Life for the Protection of PolicyHolders January 11901 3257 Income in COSsi Insurance of Annuities in s A gentleman of energy ability and high character is desired to repn t this great company at RICHMOND To such a man a liberal contract will made Write to- BISCOE HINDMAN General Agent Louisville Ky To Teachers aud Olbers I represent one of the largest whole sale book concerns in America and can furnish school anti private libraries with books at less than publishers price Any book published can be ordered through me R Lee Davis Richmond Ky 2t To Whom It- May Concern Notice Is hf rehy given that I as Trustee of aiie He U a minor aud all parties dealing with him do ao at their own rink J B WHITE Oct 211901 Trustee of John W Bronston 23oct4w Public I WILL ON Uay Dctobr Hilt 1901 highesthiiIcrconixining 112 acres lying on the Jacks Creek pike about six miles from Richmond known as the Buffalo Fork place The land will be offered in three parcels 1 Containing about 8 acres adjoin ing C Stapp 2 About 70 acres adjoining farm of J Kanatzar 3 About 31 acres adjoining farm of John Biggerstafl and afterward the whole tract HI H wlicle will be offered TERM8 One third payable Jan 1 yenbalanceand 12 months with interest from date Mrs Ophelia Fox 23oct2ir OAL1 eOLL AL We have Just opened a- NEW COAL YARD on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the bqsfc CoI at the lowest price We handle the celebrated Betty ville Coal which has no equal on the market Prompt ser vice full weight Give us a call Ltyi- pa r W LtAIMur Richmond Kentucky Opening Force114147 anydebts Sale Life is mostly made up of desire l regrets1astei Commissioner SiIi H C Broiddns1 Admr Pitt Notcc against f Sale H C Broaddui lira k Crds In Equ DfU By virtue of a Judgment and Or of Sale of tie Madron Circuit CVm f rendered at the September Term th of 1901 in the above style cause undersigned will on Monday November 4111 19C1 About the hour of It oclock a r in front of the Court House do r Richmond Madison county KpntlJ being November County Couit Itproceed lo expose to Public Sale lu the highest the following dt scribed property viz A HOUSE AND LOT In the City of Richmond Ky con raining one acre end bounded a foIKW On the north by Main street on west by the lot owned ty the Rnsstll heir on the south bv lilt It cwiirti dy T J Smith arid on the east by the Waiuscott lot and known as the II U placeThis in the best resi dent portion of the city contains good buildings and all tire things necessary for a firstclass home TERMSSale will be made on a puribond with good security for the yment of the purchase money to ReplevinBondday of sale with a Lien reserved upon property until all the pun uise money is paid S E SCOtT O Hazelwood M C M C Attorney oct232w P G W Beauties i For All fJJ We hays the best flowers v that cal be produced t Our Floral Decorations AJrr KNOW HOW fo arr- alil1tg cborderreceives our personal at teatha BELL The Florist tw IjLEXINGTON KYiE NIt 1 miY Agt j c Mf Ffmrsifi EwrjwlKre rA 5tlp n t th tFJ +4 + +4+ ++ ++4 +++tI HELLO t t ISTHAT35YESI t+ I ii4+4+ We try to be just as fair carefuland polite to Customers ordering dover the Phone as those who come to the store If you want anything special in the way of Fancy Groceries for the C E Convention JUST CALL UP tI i E DEATIIERA6E CO lie Richmond Climax VIDSESDAY OCT 23 1901 Iir A Wilkes Smith Dentist is iow located over J B Stouffers Nothing Store Cfebtf John Temple Graves at Masonic eiiijfie Monday night up1eir ental registration next I tiday Tuesday and Wednesday Dr hartS M manton Dentist Of ir vcr Middletons drug store July 17tf FIr the next 00 days S L Midkiff uTer his large stock of vehicles at ist 4sep tf It ifas Blakeman has been appoint p smterat Cottonburg Madison irry Window shades of every escription at WilIgings supervisor Ike Barnett has begun c fIll oi another nice cotage on uiist street Newland Jones sold to MCSRJS ik rmbry eleven 1100pound slop t e at 3 4 cents motrats dont forget Enppli ictil registration next Monday Tues nd Wedneedny Messrs Douglas Culton bought of In Wafers a car load of fancy i5 tr cattle at cents Window glass at Willgings argest stock lowest prices liII1tfuil to hear John Temple Mvei the famous Southern orator and iaf Masonic Temple next Monday n t lie only dentist in Richmond who ruis his oilier DR IIuosOK Richmond Ky Through Heal Estate Agent V W a Ii Expn mall flub Harris sold L I Cosby one building lot in Valley it lor 3 cash J H Neff wants your geese Ighest market price paid IGoct4t I1lJ next meeting of the Pranden a Tub rhhI1s with Dr C ii- Vit Friday night Subject An Its rmise and its euro i D Chennult sold privately to rrry Kflly a lot fronting on Irvine v tan extending l ark to the Madi Niitijinl I5niik lot for 1600 iironml Oyster hells will maker s liy Finoxt egu producer in orKl fur sale by II NEFF t Kichmond Ky Willgings paints are cheap in price and best in qual All colors and aiL kinds A bitx supper will Im given at iist JH sihxtl house in Estill countv proceedsheliool The ISl get of teeth on earth aranleed for five years S7CO- I n Uu Hichmond Ky D II Hreck Illoeltor the Contt nal lire Insuraiue Co paid this ek to liue kzen of Kirksville 175 small burn and contents recently roved hv tire TV fust enteitainuient in the Ma lectuie course will be given at sotm Temple Monday night Oct When John Temples Graves the lecturerIITeeh filledwith the best alloy In world 75 cents each There never sa tooth filled in JljcHmoril Ky t whoeverdcon goldImoney fk was worth Du HOBSOX Dentis- tRichiJfonllIy You should see Willgings w line of picture frames and greatlyduced Ii a a ct F 3 T ei J t WEIIYOUR ffl L WANTEDA smart boy nboullSyearsold who would like to learn the printing trade None other need apply Call at this office Teethextracted without pain 25 cents DR HOllON- Rlc1J1uondIy Bought a Poosey Farm Mr Elvador Tudor has sold his farm of 60 acres in upper Poosey to Mr David LOOK for 30 an acre Lastof the Season The L N will run the last excursion of the season to Cincinnati next Sunday leaving on early train Round trip rate 150 Midget Infant Dead i The midget infant of Mr and Mrs John Rnc cr reported last week as weighing only two pounds diedTues day of j Hinilicx To Leiive Paint Lick Mr VIliiain Uiickcr the Paint Lick miller hus ucuenuM I position with the U fs railroad and will leave Paint Lick about November Dedication Exercises at Berea Berc1 Colleges new administration building which cost several thousand dollars will be dedicated Friday night with appropriate ceremonies Willgings stock of wall pa per is the largest in Central Ky Prices guaranteed low or lower than in the larger cities Great Wheat Crop The Department of Agriculture is authority or the statement that the worlds wheat crop is greater thfe year than either of the two proceeding years Post Office to be Discontinued On Oct 81 time post oflice at Blue grss this county will be discontinued Mail fur residents in that locality after that date should bo addressed to White Hall Buys a Handsome Horns Mr W G Iowell who recently sold his Red House farm and moved to town bought on Monday the C D Chennult residence on West Main street paying 6000 for it- Winchcstets New Brass Band Winchester musicians have organ chiIzeus of our neighboring city the sweet rc8t they will enjoy during the prow tic lJ period Ouiifiid as Administrator Prof II V Adams qualified Monday as administrator of the tstato of his mother Mrs Barshcba Adams recent ly deieasedi with Messrs W il Doug las and Lee Smitha as sureties For Sale or Rent A nice twostory eight room resi deuce with good stable and garden and other necessary outbuildings on Second street For particulars call on or address J U SnACK ELFORD oct2lf Richmond Ky Every VoterShould Read This Every voter who by reason of sick nessor absence from the city failed to register at regular registration is entitled to register at supplemental regit triitlm next ilonday Tuesday aisd VediieHdHy1 1iapaiteso Lectiie YutakaTklenakuchi an educated JRpj will dellve a lecture on Japan at IK Pleubant church Saturday night next The lecture will be illustraded with stereoptlcion views ofHliat country andj proiuies to be highly interesting Ad uiiaaion 15 cents Bank Stick for Sale I will on Sutunlay Nov 2 at 2 p m1 sell publicly to the liightwt iflderj tout of the court house 33 stared of Farmers National Itnnk stock Put chaser will be Riveii credit from day of suhsto Jan 1 1902 if dtjsired oci23 2t Miss BH NEAL Davidsons Sale At the sale of the perspnul efleets ci- A Miller Uavilbon lust Silver Creek corn broughtf260 in the heap COWP lJI toS 700 i iurd heifers 2810f30i calves 12 to J15 Two mule colts brought 40 and S55 each and an ascll mule 100 Auctioneer W PPreiitttc- ried the sale y I r COMMON SENSE customerslock I The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices That is why our business has more than doubled during the t M feir months Everything In our line of GROCERIES IS fresh end sew every article gold at lower pilces than yo WORM have to pay elsewhere Bti rigs MeaV ADd 8n otber PrcdD e for Market p iJfCASK OK bl hwe will pay Hifhest r GOODS We cordially ihtltt the p rtic Jo i fl ltoir U re get prices add ex Anilnecut stock and weWiItcouieyeU tkatWS r for bit flea tJods proMptly 4Hve1 to1 put Hhe dtP MILLER BROTHERS0 J d i 4hT 0ztIj r4 DHI Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky njirlttf Top Prices Realized Everything brought top pnes at Mrs E H Ballards sale near Paint Lick lest Thursday Cows sold from 520 to 40 horses W to 100 mule- s30toh25ack stock 115 to 362 Nifto Buckley Heard From Mike Buckley of thIs city who wont to time Philipines anl who was sometime ago reported killed in battle has pen heard from lie landtdat San Krancico last week on his return home Parents who have boys to clothe should read Uovinghm Banks advertisement in this issue They show an immense jtock of everything needed in the waidroboof an upt date young Amer ican Knows a Good Thing Mr E Deatherago knows a good thing when he sees it and has selected the CLIMAX to deliver an important announcement to the Richmond public Dont fail to read what he has to say lu this issue A Beauty The handsomest piece of artistic painting we have seen in many a day Is Win Devores omnibus painted by Mr Joe Bancroft S L Midkills upto date carriage painter It Is indeed a beauty and stamps Mr Bancroft as an artist par excellence in his line of work Amicably SettledJThe Buitof Dr MO Hoath and Ji K Worrel against County Clerk Johiij 1 White over thetitle to oil leases itf the southern port of the county has been withdrawn the misunderstand ing having been amicably settled last Vcdriesday Developments are promised at an early date Governor MCreary to Speck at Lancaster The Record is informed that Gov J no McCreary will address the citizens of Garrard county at the court house next county court day the 28th The Governor stands close to bur people and his liiany friends are delighted to have another Opportunity of hearing himLancaster Record iand N Sued for SZ5600 As executor ol his brother William Yates who was killed by an L N train at Covlll ton last October Dr Brown Lee Yates of this city has geslprosecute the suit which was filed last week in the Kenton Circuit Court Goos to Lexington Mr W B Feland the capable and popular shoe salesman nt Rice Ar nolds has accepted a similar position with the Rogers shoe Co of Lexington and leaves today for his new place Mr L P Todd late with the Lexington Investment Co and an ex perienced salesman succeeds Mr land Stamped Out Dr J N McCormick of Bowling Green President ot the State Board of Health announces that smallpox which was so prevalent iu Kentucky last winter has been completely stamped out not a single case remaining He does not think that the diphtheria now prevalent in Southern Indiana will got foothold in Kentucky Special Reduction Buffalo Rates Special coach excursions are an nonnccdvia Queen Crescent Rouie amid Big Four from points between Williamstown and Somerset each Tues day Thursday and Saturday in October A great chance to visit the Pan American Tickets good five days Ask ticket agents for particulars oct 1C 3t GEESE WANTED Highest cash price paid for geese poultry and eggs and allother country produce J H Neff itocut SalcIThe Todd The sale of Walter and Eugene Todd near White Hall last Thursday was woll attended but low prices pre vailed One pair of 2yearold mules sold for 276 axed mules 70 to 135 horses 11 to 132 four milch cows averaged 22 50 a bunch of heifers and steers brought S325 five brood sows with young pigsiaveraRcd S20 fat hogs 590 five stacks of hay 23 each Farming implements sold low Gol D W Trlbble was the auctioneer The Jolly Elks EdltorLouisLandrum who is one of the jolliest of the Jolly Elks makes this Interesting announcement in the last issue of time Lancaster Itecord coi ctruing the Elks of this city The Richmond Elks announce a series of entertaiments for this winter that will keep the old town at white heat III the first place there will be Initiations at every meeting this month Then social sessions will be held November l15 20 December 13 and27 A minstrel show will be given November 28 Elks Valentine during Christmas week and a Comic Opera February 22he Richmond Elks are hustlers every pill in the box being a warm one and the fun ahead will have to be witnessed to tell exactly the extent to vh ddt willbe carried Good Active Agents- to sell our lice of Flavoring Extracts Teas Coffees Spices Biking Powder Perfuraes Toilet Preparations Toilet Soaps etc Permanent businesj good payjanld exclusive territory 1EOATUISExTImAOT Co- Decntur III j Thoro is rfstrong resemblance be ween the union aud the lerk IB Case ol Accidents Accidents will happen Mother strains her back Ilftinga sofa Father ill hnrtln the slop Children are for ev falling awl brtiaiig themsnlves TbereV is no preventing these timings hut their worst consequences are averted with Perry Davis Killer Nother remedy approaches it for the relief OSQrO trained mu There isbatommo Pain Killer Perry Davis Impulse raises the dust on the road but persistence reaches the goal The wccitemen incident to traveling and change of food aud water often briars on diarrhoea and for this rea souza one should leave home without a 1vjtite of Chamberlains Colic Cholera aU piatrhoca Remedy For sale by teekton llagan 9 ctlmat Tfeedance in as much of the prop JKaHilaof lieU as the gospel is of heaven A litHe Loss of Seeli and strength little barking ohwfbiste cough and a littleJII II in the clitt may not con iutisti Jut they are wgiw that pru- tieniswIJI not nellel1A few d o- fApsrMng BAlfwifi eatihe a tree dw Wiifons mids J kIftfilhe 11Ii tlme inftaiJ air pa 4 all iU hetteflovnt pOIiIs M unpih d wltHout sVTIUIS ropfoaa I i ri0 ce BOYS CLOTUINfi No where will find a more complete uptodate stock of Juvenile Wearing Apparel than that shown in our Boys Department It is brimful of the best the market affords to clothe your boy From Crown to Sole In the best style known to the Clothiers Are- A great assortment of Suits Overcoats ExtIa Trousers Shoes Hats Caps Gloves Hosiery Underwear Shirts Collars Ties LeggUis Rain Coats etc at the lowest possible price consistent with highest qua- lityOurKneePanthT Made of extra heavy fabric full double seats and knees warm and strong price 50c tie by far the best values weve ever offered in this line t Iytan5rry Pant For Boys and Men are well nigh indestructa p ble every pair fully guaranteeda new one free if they rip in any seamnothing better to hold a strong healthy boy Try th- emOurLeggins For Boys and Girls made of Canvas Cordu roy and fine Leather are just the thing to ward off colds keep the doctor out of the house and maybe the undertaker too Black Cat Stockings For Boys Girls and Ladies are world famous for fine wearing quality We are sole agents for Richmond 15 and 25 cents a pair SNOBS FOR BOYS Its no joke buying shoes for an active boy hed kick them out if they were iron Ours are not iron but they are just as strong as leather can be made and well not be undersold in this line either Covington Bunks Sellers of Everything That Men and Boys Wear TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money If It fails to cure K W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents Italys Gorgonzola cheeeo trust has come to grief as the exporters would not live up to their agreements Stops tho Cough and Works off the Cord Laxative Uromo Qiinlne Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Some mens understanding is limit ed only by the size of their feet Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at Stockton Hugans drug store They are asylO take and more pleasant in effect titan pills Then their use is not followed by constipation as is often the case with pills Regular size 25cpcr box Soctlm A good many people quote the god en rule us if they wore the authors 7f4Phis signature Is on evcry box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablet the remedy that curve a cold In one tiny Hell has no fury like woman scorned A Word to Women Any sick woman is invited to con sult by letter with Dr It V Pierre chief consulting physician of the Invalid Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y In nuactivapractice oi more than thirty years assisted by a staff of nearly a score of associate hy siciana Dr Pierce lots treated andcur ed over half a million women All diseases peculiar to women are treated with success Time consultation by let ter is absolutely free Eyery letter is treated as strictly private and sacredly confidential AnsweN are promptly giving the best of medical advice All answers are sent in plain envelopes bearing on them no printing of any kind Write without fear and without fee to Dr R V Pierce Buffs lo N Y Its not every man that knows a good timing when he sees It Dr Whitos Electric Camba Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in tile Collins building MRS ORKA C HART State Agent 27feblyr There is a difference b teen love and laughter Cures Emma nail ItcliiuxlluHorx Through lbs Blood Cost Nothing to Try iu B U B Botanic Blood Halm is now recognized as a certain and ture cnre for Eczema itching skin humors scabs scalps watery blisters pimptea aching bones or joints b lles carbun cles prickling pain Hi the bkin old eating eores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken internally cures the worst and most deepeeated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the skin Botanic Blood Balm is time only euro to stay cured for these awful annoying skin trouble Other remedies may relieve but B II B actually cures leals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin B nB bjilds up the broknn down body and uwkos the blood red and nourishing Over 3000 voluntary lei timonials of cures by Botanic Blood Balm B B Bf Druggists lfrial bywriiinEBloodtrouble and free medical advice given until cured 2 CovetoBBiiess is never satisfied till its mouth le fined with earth Ou imWs roNlasew 131e cud Qt 1 B1J Mtdd1tIs1r DO YOU WANT To soli your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OK GOODS DO anykindthe particulars as I may he able to help you Address RI N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec Iv In India and Persia sheep are used i as beasts of burden The Royal Month nut time Royal Disease especiallymore so limn to the scrofulous and con sumptive The progress pi scrofula dur lug a normal October is commonly gret W never think of scrofula its bunches ciitaneonsernptions and wast ing of time bodily substance without thinking of the great good many suffer era from it have derived from Hoods Surstiparilla whose radical and perma enoulrhtotime world There Is probablv not a city or town where Hoods Sarsapirilla has not proved its merit in more homes than one in arresting and completely eradicating scrofula which is almost as serious and as much to be feared as its near relativeconsumption oct I1m Some things are not as hard to perform after one once have proceeded to tackle them Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grimettof this place was stricken with partial paralysis and com pletcly lost the use of one arm and side After being treated by an eminent phy sician for quite awhile without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and after using two bottles entirelycuredGeoIt Va Several remarkable cures of par thai paralysis have been effected by the use of this liniment It is mosf widely known however as a cure for rheuma byStocktonEvery fool is fascinated by his own folly SOMETHING NEW They CUM dandruff lIar faltimj ntad ache etc costs tho same as an ordinary romb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in time world People everywhere it hUB been introduced are wild with delight You simplycomb your hair each day and the rest This wonder tnt comb is unbreakable and is made so that it is absolutely impossible to wriltAlition in erery respect Send stamps for one Ladies size 50c i Gents size S5c Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in this paper Address D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decntur Illinois 27feblyr Too many men mistake their faults fopmisfurtunes When you wake up witha bad taste Irt your mouth g at Inncn to Stockton It Haggling drugstore anti get a free sample of CI8IhherlainJSloIll3dallll Liver Tablets One or two doses mill make you well They also curebilious- ness sick headrcho and constipation octO 1m Never falter when you step to do a right timing JTfctter HaltIt be am and Eczema fbo intcHo itching and smarting lad in8tant1ya1layemIby SkIn Oiutment Many very bad tascs have been perraaaeatly cured by it It is efficient for itching piles and nipplesbappedand chronic sttre eyes 25 eta per box DrCitlys CnwiiUra IeiwIermu are Whatabone Kcedij wlMp in bsd- w1dIti4I4I Tonic blo d P Wfcr and rerraifHge Tfcer are not odd bust iWhmea 3ust4 per TilE PIfl or All the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily at t t tJ THEr DUSY QE ULL CASH VTflfl 3UIILA- nd every preparation is being made for a great Fall Business yJwHE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans Si fer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALL tI GOODS The new fall and winter Fabrics are more beautiful this season than ever before and it will be the aim cl iiieBusy Bee Cash Store Corporation to hammer prices down so low that competition will be lost sight of We Buy for Cash I We Sell for Cash I countyAnyoneeveryone however can reap results Bold type is impressive and inexpensive but it is the doing and not the saying that counts in the long run We are the pioneers of low prices in this city and it shall be our aim this fall to fight high prices and old time ways of doing busi ness with the tenacity of bloodhounds and give to our customers and friends a harvest of Rich BARGAINS will be long remembered Dress tioods Silks and Trimmings We are showing all the Fabrics in Dress Goods that are in favor this season All the colors and blacks are represented in our Dress Goods Department every weave from plain and figured Jaquads to the finest Imported Kerseys Our Golf Goods and heavy weight stuff for Pedestrian Skirts will be the talk of the town You can buy nice woolen dress goods from us as low as 14c per yd on up to highclass stuff worth 3 4 and 5 dollars per 3rd Come early and take your pck Our Silks Dress Trimmings and Velvets arc models of beauty All colors in Taffeta Silks good qualty as low as 49c a yd Our Dress Trimmings are brand new no dress is stylish if the trimmings are old style See our line and get the proper thing in Dress Trimmings OUR SHELVES AND COUNTERS ARE CREAKING AND Groaning under the heavy weight of the immense stock of beautiful Outing Cloths lan manyFallso low that you will wonder how we got them for you ENERGETIC uptodace cash buyers with bullion to back them can work miracles ard the LOW PRICES we are naming on goods this fall is all due to this cause C RAGE not permit quote prices goods Domestic Suffice that are naming prices not only prices have quoted you where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cussimers Apron Ginghams and everything known to the Domestic will be found here Nothing has escaped the eagle eyes of our buyers and not a single good thing has been passed up SHOES Department Department Department Never before have we been able to offer such values Our buyers haue certainly made their money talk in buying this stock of Shoes and Boots We are offering good solid Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter wear absolutely less than they can be manufactured for Money talks in buying shoes after lot picked out by our shrewd bu3rei s and cold cash planked down for them until we had all and more too than our store could Come and Boot up and Shoe up your entire family with less money than it will cost to buy a pair or two elsewhere We offer no shoddy stuff our goods are reliable uptodate firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every shoddy pair purchased from us The very best manufacturers are represented in our stock of Shoes We are showing Ladies Heavy Course and Fine Shoes Mens Work Shoes Mens Medium and Fine Shoes Boys and Mens Course end Fine Boots Childrens Shoes of all kinds and all go at prices that are a death blow to competition AND NOW FOR THE CLOTHING Here where we knock em out Competition is found to a backseat when they butt up against our Clothing Stock Our buyers went up against the Clothing market just like there never would be any more clothing to buy but they couldnt help it they made offers for stack upon stack of clothinfi for cash down and their offers were accepted We have the clothing bought our own price You get it for just about onehalf what it would cost you regular houses Mens Boys Youths Childrens Nobby Fall Suits Overcoats Odd Pants Odd Vests Odd Coats and everything to be in a class clothing house are being shown in this department Our Childrens Suits from 9Sc up to our elegant suits are creating quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits at 298 are as good as can be bought for 5 and G dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men and Boys prices from 5 to SS50 and 1250 are worth double price afked for them Our prices on all coats will be a to everybody Call and see them Jubb n ui Tailoriuiie Sfe This is our banner department We are showing all the new styles in Jackets and Vraps the short Jackets the threequarter lengths the long 42 inch Jackets are all to be seen hero Castors Browns Oxfords and Tans lire the lending colors this season Our lunerB bonght heavy in this department They closed out several east ern sample lots or new uptodate garments at prices that will enable us to sell tine Cloaks and upto date garments at about half price until these lots are cleaned up Uet in line and follow tho crowd to the Busy flee Cash Store and get your Jackets while you can pet a fit We are showing some elegant timings in Skirts for 1heIPedestrian Skirt is the new skirt for this season We have a beautiful line of them in all the new coloring Call amisee them and save paying high prices for upto date Tailormade Skirts v When You IJothertiering how we can aiiont to name SUCH low prices on i them Dont forget to take a peep into our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments We are headquarters fur these goods We are sole agents for rC 8 eO tAnd loire just received large shipment of them in all the new styles Try an American Lady Corset and ybu will want no othcrI Will us to on in our it to say we in this that meet but beat any you will else BOOTSat Lot were hold take at in and had first the treat ladies I OUR UNDERWEAR Department is clinch full of the very best things in price 25c are being sold at double the price at other stoles Our Mens nVccedlined vests and pants price 25o are a wonder for value You can gut anything you want iu our Underwear Department E ARK showing mushy new novelties in our 1LFI hOSIERY VElARriENi Our is I all up to date and our prices in hosiery wilT be pleasing to you Our Childreus Hi isery is the best slected lot we have ever had and our Misses anti Ladies Hose aiuf Melts Sox are the folks of the town Call and see them We are naming prices on Mens Furnishing Goods Shirts Collars NVckwear lloiserv Handkerchiefs Gloves Suspenders Etc that looks like we are giving them away Come and get your tsluxre Wn n It R iiitGut Your Bowl We rarrv everythiti you want in small wares Nations etc Our buyers spent whole days in tho Notion Department and nothing new and pretty escaped their eyes Wn are showing numerous pretty new things in Jewelry and Notions Gail and sed them Blankets and ComfortsAre piled mountain high on our tablestand counters Never wassuch values offered as we are giving in this department Allwool 104 and 124 Fine Blankets are being sold at the price formerly paid for low priced stuff We ore selling good 104 size Blankets and Gray Blankets with beautiful blue pinkand borders for 48c each Our Comforts run qualityYouset you up for housekeeping in this Department Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow Cases White Spreads and these can be had here Call and see them GASH TALKS itoysOur Cash alwayst lks If you pay cash you wantto buy goods from merchants who pay cash for them and sell them fur cash Then you doqt pay for other peoples bad debts Your money talks OUR MOTTO Underbuy Undersell Cash down when goods are delivered Thanking you lot past patronage and extending to you an earnest invitation r to call and see us audteke our house your home cityte are Very respfei WD OLMAM COMPANY IF WE PI BA3f5 YOU TBLt OTBEtfS rTrNdiL 1ELJ bS T i q ii Im rlt t HI t4IF j E i f i Ifl i jI tofiil i 1 4It- fi I MA Atlantic MM Schedule ID effect May 1801 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICUMONDl For VeraallleSLawrtncebllrlshell IOS Lm and Cincinnati 310pm For Inlne llSflajn For Millers Creek 330 pm TUNS ABSIVB BlCmiOVO From Louisville Lexington and 1156 am Cincinnati i S30pm From Irvine 2M pm From Miller Creek 830aro C M BROWNING Oen Mgr THE NOBLE l WATER FILTER POSITIVELY OERM PROOF sale A new TICAL and borne and cern mercial use Wo guarantee our FILTERS to give perfect satisfac tion If desired wo will put up a FILTER in your home or office for a weeks trial to show you ItsI merits Send for Compttte CatatogwIi TilE CO Ml tLYBOm CHICAGO ILLS angll6n- it OKLAHOMA Indian Territory PER- FECTFILTERfor KNOBLE FILTER I Arkansas Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central- By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon 3as 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Matters the Saturday issue Home Matters A liberal commission to AgentA Sample topic cheertzlly sent free to all who will uk for them Write to COURIE JOURNAL Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN lET RICHMOND CLIMAXA- ND TIlE TwiceaWeek ConnerJournal One for 150 YIGORMEN MAGNETIC HER WrittenLashThL Viutltr Kerrons Debtmr Jntomnla Memory seWutln tflesaea and all Weakoeoe malting rmra early or later priesTheI Haean Druggists dec9ly Tis Soiitka Miilml Mount Co OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The Company is nearly 8 years old and has a greater premium income to the business in force thau any Life Insurance Company 5562000AmountAnyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life this Company offers special advantages K SMITH BOSAOTmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky I C E SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and TreasJ L M WARE General Manager J V TaG Jeimon G ranty riy o L JIncorporat d A 7 Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT V On the Market w J The BEST because it will make you MostMoney BEST- PAPER Both W IIt is BEST because Ithere is high for on our jt JJg t son than in any other Company + J J vlnnallJJ itAtrial will prove the iriidom ot an Investment in The Jefferson GIIOME OFICI c No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON I r CL The Mutual LIFe Insurance Co7 OF KENTUCKY Home Office Fifth and Market Streets Louisville Kentucky ORGANIZED IN 1866 Geo WMorrjs President Joseph Pettus Tieas W W lute VPresident Steadman Med Dir David Merriwether Secy Geo M Boone Actuary ThirtyFifth SemiAnnual Statement June 30 jtjfijtAdmitted Assets 3029475 OJ Surplus 200015 OJ DIRECTORS leo W Morris etdenf llite Vlcerreanlent Merriwtther Secretary Joseph IVttnfl Treasurer JdS U Sleadmnn Jitdical Director iiit Aetunr IhoniBB Attorney m J McHewry Attorney HM Bnrford Capitalist W Barret Capitalist Alien Rllko C Priest teal Estate Merchan co much SkU 1a oljiilyCm many dallies superior to THE Year Only VINE ratline MRS no ratio 3 I business Books KY JasJ3 I90J Gordon Democrats Cliaton C McClarilyCaslaier FISt Bank Attilla COx Prool eat Columbia Fi nnuru and Trist Co John W Rarr Jr VP Fidelity Tr8tde Safety VaulECo M MuldoonPres MonuinHt Marble Works Clias LoutltilkIlis L C ck7Jr h i LAND STOCK AND CROP Chas Adair Eold his farm of 173 acres near Sbawhan to Amos Lowe at f per acre Paris News The Dauville Advocate says that Charles Caldwell sold to S Weil 75 bead of 2100lb cattle at 525 Jacob Brown of Harrodsbnrgboujht 27 bead of yearling mules of M J Farris of Boyle Friday at t55 per head M H Haggard delivered last week to Norman ilnmbrick 21 mule volts all marea but three that COt 25 to fiO Georgetown Times Howard Wilson of Cllntonrille bought 50 feeding cattle weight 050 IbmI at I60 Thoa Brock bought in Madi smi 50 1000 Ibs weight at 4 cents William and James R Eppeiron sold to M C Guy thirty acres of unimprov ed land near the Mouth of Four Mile M 3Q rwr acre Winchester Democrat Ailnir Ewalt of Paris sold to Sen tor J W Bailey ot Gainesville Texas 15 head of flue Shorthorn entile prices ranging from 7o to IOt1dSparks has purchased ahuut 50 year ling feeding cattle weight 650 lbs at 4 cents Paris Kentuckian Htctown1ol1ght at I25 to go Oct 18AUllrew8 Uatts have sold to W II Renick o Paris 28 head of extra feeders nt S435 to bo delivered from 1st to the 10th of November FIe mingsburg TimesDem ocratJudge J W Hughes sold 31 slop cattle to Bond de Carpenter of Anderson county at 3c Glover Kyle sold 40 head to same parties at 3cW 0 Carpenter bought 150 clipped lambs from W B Tewmey November delivery at 3 cents also 25 from John Leonard at same price Harrodsbnrg DemocratAt close of last week the American visible supply of wheat showed an increase of 2176000 bushels Exports from all surplus countries were estimated at 9505700 bushels against 9622 000 in the previous week and 4459200 bushes a year ago Stocks at San Francisco on Oct 1st were officially re ported as 4479000 bushels against 3 69COOO on Sept 1st and 7380000 in 1900Duns Review President Roosevelt purchased last week three handsome highstepping coach horses for his private use in Washington The horses which will draw the Presidents carriage are so closely matched in size color form and style of going that any two of them make a pair They are blooded bays sixteen hands high with jet black legs wanes and tails long thoroughbred necks and a bloodlike look about them all over They are trotting bredand were raised in Kentucky Some Good Advice The following taken from the 31 Vernon Signal Is well worth the cart- ful and prayerful perusal of every voter The Wjrual says In the selection of county officers too often do the people fail to do their duty in the selection of the proper men for what they consider the minor offices or in other words those offices which are regaided of no importance whatever which are in reality the most beneficial fur the gen eral improvement of the county that of Magistrate In this couuty especially do we need as magistrates sober upright energetic and enterprising men men who will look to the interest of the county because from the Fiscal court must come our support to make cer tain advancements which are necessary to place our Ounty where it ought to be can be and must be placed If there is ever any decided improvement made in our roads which are the great est drawback to commercial enterprise growth and prosperity of anything that confronts our people upon the Fiscal court rests the burden and if we elect a man or set of men to take charge of our county offices whose highest ambition is to get a jug of whis ky and rush behind a lumber pile to divide it how can you good people expect your county to grow and prosper and how can you vote for such men Ponder well the great questions which confront you and when you go to the polls in November and cast your vote for that man who will do most good for the county and its people and allwill bo welt Men Live Longer Now The head of one of the big insurance companies assails a popular theory when he says that the strife and competition ot American business and professional life teal to greater physical and mental activity and consequently to longer lives and healthier bodies and brains He adds that it is certain that our American men at sixty are not broken up as badly as our fathers were at forty There is no question that men of fifty are now in their prime The Philadelphia Record the other day unearthed a table for 1855 which show ed that then only nine in every 100000 lived to be 100 years old while now nine every 10000 live to be a hundred The good old days mav have been good but the good new days are better Courier Jou mail TTINTION To physical warnings will oftea prevent a serious illness Whenthercireo- ppressive fullness after risingbelching ness nervousness with aluggis1Ueas tion be given t the condition of the dlge live aad nutritive 8y terns Not all these symptoms will occur at once or in any single case but auy one of them indicates a disordered condition of the stomach digutionA prompt cure of these conditions will be effected the timely use of Or Pierces Gollealtledical Discovery It heal diseases of the stomach tad other organs of and nutrition perfectly MaaydiseasesemitwJy mote ftom the eackh- ave their orii in a diseased couditioa of tk organs of difresUoa and nutrition Golden Medical Discovery cares through the originInkeace diseaa M liver lungs heart and other orgaos are cared by issof the Dis covery It contains no holj Wrthsr opium cocaine or other It is a true teapeace medicine XedtJut aa good NtwrkXrfnn3ohcioft oodtrleappettecwonawM bsIsse aM sia aWl Ipv4ag- Dr trMJI Pht 1eUeG rterieL M OMM ewj tililt t1rordo1LJ =41Geniust Means Work If any one would learn how to be cum a u iiU1 or a wlrwl a F riimnas A Kdion is ell Illll heshoud spend mine tune in Llewellyn Park tear Orange K Jstitt itudy the daily life of the jiiuat inventor Ho will icIer the teuret kty to famu is hard AorkJtibt as tile break of tiny comes eviry morning a Ulan diessed as a laborer alks hurt Ivilly front the Ellsou home Usually he is whietiin and no matter what thin wtnihur may bo he always seems in a good nature Early risers whom he may meet arc certain of a cordial greeting Most of the men he meets at that hour art dressed as laborers Usually they call out to him Hello Torn and he answers cheerily Hello yourselfi The man makes his way to the great Edison factory No one Would guess that he is Thomas A Edison the wlz ard but it is he Mr Edison is al ways the first man at work and the last one to quit the factory IL is said of Mr Edison that he is one of the most Democratic men in the Edison factory His wealth and his reputation have not raised him above the men in his employ Most of them call him Tom and look upon him not as an employer but as one of them selvesMr Edison spends from twelve to eighteen hours a day in lila workshop He begins when it is light enough to see and keeps hart at work until some one rewind him that it is noon and that his midday theft is awaiting him When the whistle blows at 6 oclock Mr Edison is always so engrossed in his work that he does not notice it Somebody tells him that his dinner is awaiting him anti lie hurries home Almost always lie goes back to hill work after dinner DeWitts Little Early Risers never disappoint They are safe prompt gentle effective in removing1 all im purities from the liver and bowels mall and easy to take Never gripe or distress PEHKY rJtolIs Biitain is now issuing her dIstill guifihed war service medal to the men who raised the funds to pay the hos pital corps Many real soldiers we suppose will get extinguished medalt C M Phelps Forestdale Vt says his child was completely cured of a hal ease of eczema by the use of Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve lieware of dl counterfeits It instantly relieves piles PERKY TnuMts It is rumored that the Marquis Ito is here to negotiate an offensive and defensive alliance with tho United States Thanks Jap but well stick to Washingtons advice about entangling alliances for a while yet Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a mere 8t nature It affords the stomach complete and absolute rest by digesting the food you eat You dont have to diet hut can enjoy all the flyspepsiaCurefeeling after eating giving you new life and vigor PEnny THOMAS No reciprocity Down with foreign ers The more they buy from us the more we ought to try to ruin them so that they cant buy anythingRe publican Speech Mothers every where praise One Minute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved Strikes at the root of tho trouble and draws out the inflammation The childrens favorite Cough Cure PEERY THOMAS Mrs lateE ginton has bought the farm of the late J Nicbblas Wiuncou taining two hundred acres at 120 per acres 73 acres at 110 per acre and the remainder of the farm at a price not known Winchester Democrat One Year For 25 Cents The Southern Farm Magazine as its name implies is not an ordinary farm paper but a highclass ngriculttlmal- magazine dealing broadly with all the great questions that affect tho South anti especially the agricultural interests of this section Intelligent thinking Southern people whether interested in farming or not will find it of much value as the only publication ol its kind iutlie country In order to r htbo widest possible circulation the publishers offer to send the Soutliern FafniMhgazino for one year for twentyfive cents This offer will hold good only for a short time The Magazine is published nthl by the Manufacturers Record Publishing Co Baltimore To everyone young or old interested in tho Kouths upbuild ing and who wants to keep abreast of the best woik and thought of the South this Magazine is invaluable The Sugar Trust lias cut its price to 31 cents a pound in the territory readied by the beet sugafuien An soon as the latter are farced either to make terms withthe trust or go out of business up the price will go scam higher than before This is a good example of trust work ThoSteel Trustis now paymgdivt- dends at the rate of 28 per cent per an num on preferred and 16 per cent on common stock and it has just ended a big strike Yet it asserts that n reduction in its fifty percent protection would ruin it Rubber Stamps for sale at this off re fcithiprk IaiJu A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Semetaing New Under the Sun All doctors have tried to cure CA TARRH the use of powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuoua nibuibranes causing them to crack open and bed The powerful acids used in the inhalrre have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced prac titioner who has for many years madt a close study and specially of the treat lerfectetlused not only relieves at OUCH but peruancntly curcsCATAHRH by re moving the cause stopping the dis charuec ami curing nil infliimmatinn It the only remedy known to deuce that actually n irlirs the nfllicted parts Tliis uoinlerfnl r nifdy is known a SKUFlIES ih OUAKANTKKl CATAKUll I UItU and is sol1 at lIlt extremely nw price of One Uollareach package tiiutaiiiiiiu internal and eater nal ine licinu HiiRiciuui for a full months treatment arid everything newssary 10 its porfect use ptrtcclCATAJltII inw rtct tnizfil as the only safe an J imsiiive cure for timE annoying nml di Ust IJit iliuae It cures Jill iiflanina lion quickly milt Kriiinnrii ly lId AYFEVEhtCAIAhChliwhet iiHirlflel oftt ledi to COXSUMITIONSXUF FL1Swill save you if y m use it nt once It is no ordinary Iemed but a complete treatmoiit wliiihi positively allyformpackageonce and write full particulars as to your conditiou and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the thpGUAHANTEEI theUnitedEDWINand 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr We now export to Spain 0000000 a year more than we did before the war Trade couldnt go there with more assurance if it were following the flag Gretaest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX And The OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O 50OnehLForTho OHIO FARMER Cleveland 0 is the best agricultural live stock market and home weekly journal in tliit country For every member of the family It tells how to make the farm pay and the home happv It has 20 PagesMjstportia Largest actual staffof practical editors and correspondents all farmers No wide awake farmer will ho with journalitAddress Climax Printing Co- Richmond KT The Burlingtons California Excursions Personally Conducted Every Wednesday night from St Louis and Chicago the Burlingtons Personally Conducted Tourist Sleeper Excursions leave for California In addition to the protection of special conductors the crowning feature is the route through scenic Colorado and Salt Lake City These excursions are a fixture In the Burlingtons passenger service Very Cheap to California and Return Much less than half rates are made September 19 to 27 inclusive Flush limit November 1- 5Homeseekers Excursions to the West and Northwest Including Nebraska Kansas Col orado Utah Montana California Washington Oregon and the Dakotas September 3 to 17 are the selected dates for these Autumn Exclusions The Burlington lists the best trains to Kansas City St Joseph Omaha Den xer St Paul and Minneapolis Do us the favor to write for Burling ton descriptive matter outline your trip and let ns von Any ticket agent in the couttry can provide tickets via the Burlington No journey to the far west is coin plete without tile Burlington Route as as a part of it It is the jtrentlit carrier of travel throughout the Louisias Purchase It Is the main traveled road through the West Of its 80G4 miles of road 5000 miles are main trunk lines WMSHAW LW WAKKLY DPA4VlneSt 0 P A Cincinnati O St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager fit Louis Mo- 6marly HALF FARE TO J Minneapolis Minnt October 89J1 and 13 From points ill CenlraUrassenger As sociation Territory October 7 B JO and J2 From points in Southeastern Passenger Association Territory Tickets good to return by deposito un til October 31 on account of First 20th Century MissicnarY Convention of Christian Church yiA CClltrallUnion 830 p mand daily except huinlny 122OpmTraiesofLNQ C C O ntrJlIUniolleonnctioii hi innile witlitie BIg Four iivoHlfn trnusurucrossct v tanizejlpartles wilt leave 1tiii lush lit 1220 p m Thnrsd y ubar 10 in special coaches and rl tag chair CHH ruiiiifiiir through lu niiie spoils without chrtiigts of cars Call w W write Big oHi for flAil infornution circulars ol the ExtcVAREMJW WPPf-G A P okACt L 1IIIIitMn 4g4- C o AMteogso f cr cJ MISS VIRGINIA CRANES Graduate Nurse and President of Nurses Association of Watertown NY Tells How Much Doctors Use Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Has Yet To Hear of Its Failure To Cure It is not Infrequent that information comes to our attention preying that EPInkliamsIt is a fact beyond dispute that nowhere is to be found a remedy BO universally successful in curing female ills and the broadminded physician of today is quick to recognize his duty to his patient and does not hesitate to prescribe thebest medicine he can tlndthc medicine that ir surest and quickest to bring relief to his patient for this very reason thousands of the LydiaEperhaps bat in plain prescription bottles with their own or druggists name graduateflurseto her and whose testimony goes to prove our statements In regard CompoundIs Vr J MISS VIRGINIA CRANES DEAR MRS PrxKiiAM Twelve continuous service at the sicS beds in somo of our prominent hospitals as well as atprivate homes has given mo varied experiences with the diseases of women I have nursed some most distressing cases of inflammation and ulceration of the ovaries and womb I have known that doctors used Lydia EPinkliams Vegetable Compound when everything else failed with their patients I have advised my patients and friends to use it and have yet to hear of its first failure to cure Four years ago I had falling of the womb from straining in lifting a heavy patient and knowing of the value of your Compound I began to use it at ence and in six weeks I was well once more and have had no trouble since I am most pleased to have had an opportunity to say a few words in praise of your Vegetable Compound and shall take every StLosBo it therefore believed by all Women who are 111 that Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound is the medicine they should take It has stood tho test of time and it has hundreds of thou sands of cures to its credit It should therefore be considered unwiso to experiment further Mrs Pinkham whose address Is Lynn Mass will answer cheer fully and without cost all letters addressed to her by sick women I the Nation City Bank of Lynn tiOCO I I and that th above UmOD1aI letter I S5000REVARDWebuedepoolledtrILh 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Kept oa Tap sssssss1Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND XT KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat ald9Naturestructing the exhausted digestive or digestantcar approach it ia efficiency It In stantly relieves and permanently ileartburnFlatulence SickfleadacbeGastralgiacrampanall Prepared by E C DeWitt 4Co Crjlcogo For sale by Perry Th- oma1ai iRM Ibk S- drvuyan AD USTASLE lisis cnlqiif table Is indeed ibhouMbold ccntlty It is netljK and snlMtaatialt made Had besides bclnff a very valuable piece of farnlturc It Is an ornament to aily home CUR HANDOHE BOOK c otatelac prIdes an4 fully illuaUaUof and this perfect device for comfort anyttMrae Writ for lttdy- J iW1ICI R BAKER SOW Co- somUtAi W tja s Fast schedules finest trains to Cin CrescentI NEW FIRM NEW GOODS Having taken into partnership with me Mr J F Mahler the firms name will now be aeths l8 r Mr Mahler is a practical Tailor auf experienced Cutter having graduated at John J Mitchell Cos famous school in New York City He will do the cutting and we guarantee fit and workman ship All work done at our store in Richmond Nobbiest Goods Latest Styles Callandsee us before select irig your Fall sui- tJacobs Mahler 4ep2inSEND SaCFor a trial mouths sub scription to th- eLouisville TIMESThe AfternoonSoutk QesleouLzIeMSMtewi H AH tk Ucal New- lCpkkPreKlcperls Largest Circulation in the Sooth a8OO ANO OVER DAILY 50c a Month Orttayoarbf BM 1 90S FOURTH AVE Louisville tKy WATCHES JEWELRY When your Watch Balks us Inbbapemost skilled and tX per ilatf doiM in their line that we know of and 8hallsoWjUurAll York Gaaraafeei L E LANE We would like to have you notice j o the points of excel ence of th- eKentucky o o i Drill geg 1st It is strong durable and light runr Ind Ills not complicated like man Anj one can idjastit totow any amom in all Instances 3rd It is ao constructed so an to h balanced with or without the fert ment 4th The material Is the rerjoest that min can buy and U attnctiTelr fin lhel s makes It neat appearing as well as good If yonr ground jrntc hard we tiac PLOW for you the hanlcr tin tzrjg- ets the letter we will plow It fr AVERYSDISC PI40wWecarry Hardware Farming Impliments ansi wonld be glad to have you ixiiithem I1 D B SIIACKELFORD CO Main Street sW RICHMOND KY JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets I Matting UndertakingL- owest Prices Best Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and 5bFrames When You Have Money I TOBUYYO- URWinter Stoves WE HAVE CONFIDENCE In our ability to save you money and inspire your confidence Our fresh from factory car load proposition is ready Will You Hear It DOUC LAS SLPMONS1 tHAIDWASE STOTES FAlMiKC IMPLEMENTS hJJj a