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Digital page images are linked to the text file. or ft i H IHE RICHMOND CLIMAX= VOLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER SO 1901 NUMBER 23 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER AnoatllrATL4w RICHMOND Knsrocrr Office n the Burnam Building next door to armer National Bank feb3ly SULLV N JA ATrORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofie over State Bank Trust Co op posite Vmrt House on Main Street JJ D M 01IBNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KNTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery VT R LETCHER AtlorneyatLaw RIChMONDKENTUCKY c3 Offioe over Taylor Bros Store ACKSON ROBERTS to ATTORNEYS AND- COUNELLORR AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY rOfllce over Thurmin Qiocery Conpanyt5 r PHYSICIANS R GIBSON GIBSON nyCTlXS AND SURQEOAS icaMNi KENTUCKY Jlhce in the oe tTciHns building and ao Sec nt Stcert Vnce old drugstore 17 HAS c HOOKER I ETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College ete nary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty 94Oflice at my stable on corner First and ater Streets Richmond Ky aprTly C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oilice Prather Building Main Street lephone at residence the Carr place on Urondway 1CHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ICHMOSD KENTUCKY DENTAL SUBGEEY 1atttt coQrt DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE KY aOIHce next door to Government Building hmSnd Ky Office honra I to 121 to ov7ly DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon- Ve Inebday Novninbor 13 ur Goods as Our prices mpcl you to trade with us when you give us a trial tB1a ffin mB IDn cannot be deceu ed catchy phrases nor claims A 11 IrJOIhave to say is we buy the best markets of world select the la goods and when you you know you have latest uptodate Is that what you If so trade with nit AND GiDSOn I am leapt for the Page Wire Fence 0110 And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tin ei Also pure bred Dnrock Jersey Hogs for sale J TCOY KlrktTllle Ky may1yI r a 0I 0 dc1 n 4r8I f1 V I 111 F INSn Ii ncW = 11 Y He 6C OCCO i JEWELRY c 3CO SCoThe largest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and 1+ Swiss Watches alsol1 Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also makfl a specialty of MEDALS LASS PINS ETC and Desiu jug done by a flue Engraver Have you SeenIThe Uist Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto is RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 K MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY ISfebly GREAT THE HlftSDSPO RES vlTALrrd Made a Well Man of Mo DRENCII Rbnmv ttredUttS the Llove resut In 30 da tnjkssesanity and Consumption Young Men r1n Win ItJa man for business or marriage Easily carried In 6Boxes2ibyinailwritten guarantee DR JtAN OHARGA Part For sale by Stccklon Hagan Druggists ill iI1113T9 Successor to J VAzbill Livery M d Eab Mo IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mch27ly KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs in wIhil Piperfor Summer and Fall trad- eComprising v many pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices ar- eJust Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices bore buying your Wall Pa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRYa THOMAS WALL PAPER COY L LEEDS Painter and Decorator 17antf PHONE 7 +SOUTHERN uftlUftY ON KENTUCKY eri M4 SohtdtU U Efftct Miy 10 IlL BASTBOOKD Na No5 NoX Ly Louisville ami745iiii Ar Shelbyvllle9lOam 632pm 80fpm AT LareiicebgiliUam fiSSpm 845pm Ar Versailles laifiam 847pm IttOipm Ar Lexingtonl04am 712pm 1030pm WESTBOUND No 4 KOS No 4 Lv Lexington 730am 43Spra MSata Ar Vergallles 755am 502pm 535am Ar Larencebg SJSJam 53rpm 553am Ar SbelbjjlUe atOam 415pm 830am Ar ta40am 740pm 7tOaTfl UBTBOUND WSSTDOUHD No iaNo U Ar 740pm o4oNci13INo 111STATIOrr 440pm 530pm JOpm 720am 710am IlOam EASTBOUND WMTBODBR No 15ltNoCTi STATIONS No 181 Naai 400pm 745am Lv LouUrll Ar 1040am 740pm iKpm 810am IT Shelbrtl Ar 910am CISpIE 147pm 1025am LT Verallea Ar 750om 60Co 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R1- Oe4 s4JivIHtIt 7 exoesuu 131t7 U OIe apoMY1kGKiOuai II WMkIs J C WMIs DO- iWTATWPJGPAW4ftM D a VVIM Q f5 TIIK action of Governor Durbin in refneing to give up Fugitive Taylor and Finlev is justly condemned from one end of the country to the other The claim of Durbin that they would not got a fair trial is a sUm pretext and is thus disposed of by lion W J Bryan in tile following strong editorial in the Commoner The excuse offered for refusing to surrender this Republican politician to the Kentucky authorities is that lie wouldupt have a fairtrial This claim la disputed of by the fact that although two of the alleged conspirators were convicted in the lower court the Su preme Court of the State line trained to each of them a new trial The people of Kentucky would un derstand that the eyes of the world would be upon their Stale and that they could not afford to have one hair of this mans head injured or have him wrongly convicted of the crime with which he is charged More so that at any other tilils the American peoplo have a deep interest in upholding the law and adhering to justice Should Mr fry lor be returned to Kentucky the meu of Kentucky would see to it that the pnuul commonwealth acquit ted herself creditably- It may also be said that the Repub lican leaders who assume such devo tion to the administration of justice who pose as firm adherents of law and order are condemned and will be tOn dimmed in the sight of fair and ituelli gent men so long as they persist in protecting a man accused of participat jug in an assassination even though that man be a very eminent Republi can politician IHK sugjjflKtion of State Senator Newt W Utley ol Eddyville Lyon county for Speaker of the Semite will be received with genuine pleasure and approval by every Democrat in Ken tucky acquainted with his command ing ability unswerving democracy anti valuable parts Service Senator Utley belongs to the young and aggressive democracy of which Gov Beckhain is aconspicious representative aud stands for progress in education prompt de velopmc nt of the States industrial and commercial resources aud purity and efficiency in the administration of offi cial Hairs Affable popular a pol- Ished and forceful speaker experienced- a a parliamentarian acquainted with the public men front every part cf the Commonwealth Senator Utley would make an ideal Speaker and would re flect credit upon triO Senate as well as the entire State Add to these consid erations the fact that he comes from the First Congressional district the Gibraltar of Democracy which has never faltered in its enthusiastic sup port of the nominees from other see tions and it will be readily granted that his candidacy deserves and no doubt will receive the unqualified in dorsement of his colleagues Should the Senate be Democraticand all the signs indicate that it will bewe hope to see Lyon county honored with the speakership TIlE Danville Advocate has inside in formation that the Hon R C Warren of Stanford will at the proper time en ter the race for the Democratic nomi nation for Congress in this the Eighth district Mr Warren has been County Attorney member of the State Legis laturo mill Common wealth Attorney two terms ami is not only an able jurist and an elegant gentleman but a Democrat in whom there is no guile He hiss done as much valiant service for Democracy on the stump and in the councils of the party as any public man in the district and if nominatedwill make a winning fight Hon G G Gilbert the incumbent and State Sen ator Lillard H Carter will also be can didates before the convention WilES he first succeeded to the presi deutialchair Mr Roosevelt said he would not he a candidate in 1904 un der auy circumstancesor words to that effect Now he says he would be grate fijI if tendered the nomination and by the time the cantpaign opens liis month will he wateiiug fut the plum so badly that he will hardly wait for arrange ment of dates to take the stump Whoever heard of a Republican even a Republican President relinquishing an office wben there ts the shadow of a chaice to hold on to it Is politics as well as in other things it makes n good deal of difference whose ox is gored The Louisville Times In a recent iSbue snyt Up in New YOlk Johann Most is sentenced to one year at hard labor in the peniten iary for expressing gralifi cation at the assassination of President McKinley In Trigjj county Kentucky a Republican nominee is running fur iiflicoon the platform never let a day pass without rendering thanks for the killing of Goebel v 0- Ifa Woman ntJ U wants to put out a fire she heapn ell and wood She throws I JJ on waterknowiig that watcrquenches n O fire When a woman wants to get it- O well from dseases peculiar to her 8 she should not add fuel to the I already burning her lire away seXil JJ should not take worthless drugs potions composed of harmful o Ics and opiates They do not u the dtaessethey do not cure Itthey l sImply add fuel to the fire SReguatcr tiorany of the all meats which af flict women They will until The be they aimplI Apur I stren t Ii tonic which gets mt the roots of the disease and cnrvs ihecince It does not drug the it eradicates it It stops falltagof the womb l ucorrh inflammation and periodical suffering ir scanty or painful menstruation and by doing all this drives away the hundred and one aches and pains which drain health and beauty happiness and U good temper Irons many a 0womans It is the one remedy above all others which every woman should iknow about and use UM IXT nttLe at an J drHJT utero Send for oUr fire llhistnted book TheTradffrW9t MJ GI eifc PAID MORGANFOR London Times Reporter Give op 100 For a Two Min ute Talk With The Financier J Plerpnut Morgan while talking to Bishop Potter and Bishop Uoano the other day in San Francisco told them the following story of lila experience in London with a newspaper reporter A representative of the London Times insisted on seeing him and Mr Morgan said Tell the Times mall that my tine is worth ten pounds a ui unite1 I saul to the man who brought ill his card Pretty soon the man came back with the newspaper mans reply that he would tnke two minutes of uiv time at my own terms My curiosity was aroused and I gave orders to let him coma jn He gave me J20 ns 1m tat down and talked to me two minutes liy both our watches He did all the talk itig To a second he ended the talk As he wasabout to depart I naked him why he laud sought my presence at my terms lie blandly replied that ho had bet JtOO ho could get to see me In his newspaper capacity I congrat ulate hun on his enterprise ami suc cess and diDiniHSOil him during the third minute 1 had delayed his exit Did you keep his twenty pounds sterling dryly inquired Bishop Potter of Mr Morgan as the latter ended the IIturvYessait the noteil financier and I have never earned money in a hutig time that gave me so much satisfaction as that twenty pom ds dill ANTITOXIN ron SWINE WSEASKS Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States in the Corn Belt show losses In 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr I H leVuur after several years of scientific expert ments and succeeded in isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which Is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy HoltS treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of In well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick wine will save at IcntlS percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farmer can easily administer the Antitoxin Orderaccordlngto the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hors 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 DeVaux Chemical Company 131 Van JJuren Street Chicago 2laprly EDITOR W P WALTON of the liar rodsburg Democrat lilts bought n hand some residence on Third street in Lex ton and will remove his family to that city aboutNov He disclaims any intention however of reentering Lexington journalism Do you suffer from piles If do not turn to mrgery forrelief DeWittV morequIckIyautlanti danger of an operation PEIIRY THOMAS Mit GKOKOE U MITCHELL an ex perienced and capable newspaper writer is now local editor of the Paris News having succeeded Mr RS Porter who retires to give his entire attention to the management of the grand opera house t Lewis Ockerman Goshen hid De Witts Little Early Risers never bend me double like other pills but do their work thoroughly and mnkerae feel like a boyy Uertainthorough gentle IER RY ATHOMAS The Care of Childrens Eyes It is simply npalling to go into a large schoolroom and notice how many of the pupils even little tots of five anti six years are compelled la wear glasses I can not help but think that parents are more or less to blame by not mak- Ing their children take hotter care of their eyes It may be that the childs eyes are naturally weak In that case it is certainly better to take it out of school for a year or so than to run the risk of injuring its sight permanently Wo put tint children in school so young that a year between Ihe ages of six aud twelve would never be missed It is not well to allow young children to study at night Many parents think It necessary for them to do so but the experience of teachers is that the little ones generally have too much time in school and become restless unless con stantly occupied Where they go to school only one session a lay that is from eight until twelve it may be desirable for them to do some work at home in this case it can be arranged for them to have a study hour in the afternoon If children are allowed to use their eyes at night parents should see that they sit near a good clear light with their backs to it never facing it tOld the light falling over the right shoulder It will require some firm ness to enforce this stIle as children so often prefer to throw themselves on the floor or retire into a darkcorner when reading The eyes should be carefully washed every morning with warm water anti when they are inclined to be weak the bathing should be re peated several times during the day a little borax qlssolvet in tile water is excellent for weakeyes but it is n bad plan to use eye washes etc unless prescribed tall oculist Frankfort 3 Great Town The talented Tattler of tile Louis vi le Times Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller says that to take it all in all Frank fot Is the boss town With its warm hearted hospitable citizens its pretty women its interesting past dating from tirni widow Love shone like a star In the social firmament and danced with a future King of France i when Aaron Burr sojourned there for a brief time and Henry Clay danced on the table at the hotel anl had a bill for 500 for broken crockery sent ill hy the landlord Frankfort is a towa for dreams and poems It is a sort of across between a nun anti a casino girl and were I a painter I would portray her with the bluegrass wreathing her hair a btiich of pennyrile in her haudp a bottle under one arm a spray of mint fora corsage bouquet and a pistol and harp for her coat oiarnis Senator IYye says that hujwill re in troduce hi ship sulwidy bill 8llhtiy modified to meet vttwlrr objection triklMtthc enMfittjr elanta lethe OIUtfHiURtion ih V will MtMy iiiUfttoutlM WWjp pI 1bfth conn lit11c 0 SCOllS Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the means of life and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and childrenThen appetite fails it restores it When food is a burden it lifts the burden When youlose fleshit brings the plumpness of health When work is hardand duty is heavy it makes life bnghtIIt 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 a BOWNE Chemists YorkSOobuRr tgst at Twelve Miss Innnt II Clay President of the Kentucky Snlc Suffragist Clubs which met list week in Cuyingtnn tells tile UiiiiMiiiiuti Finns Star that she hat been a Piiirmeist ever since she was twelve years old III the interview she i quoted ns saying jyiien I was a child of twelve years I read 11 some piper of a woman who advocated equal rights women nni men to have the same rights I was u suffragist front that moment It con- natural for me to believe in womans suffrage my greatKranduiolher be lieved ill the equal rights of men and women my mother was a strong be liever and agitator of the question which asked only that the Declaration of Independence be applied to women The men should bu as much interested in this great subject of womens rights to equal snili age as the women them selves for they cannot rise one hairsbreadth unlets they elevate their wo men first It lathe mothers influence that largely shapes the course of her sons career Looking Alter Estllls Iron Ore Dcpositr The correspondent at Furnace Eaiill county writes to tho Powell Comity News AS follows Some lays ago our town was honored by the presence of two Hoosier gentlemen whose names the writer failed to secure These uinn who are supposed to be large capitalists were prospecting for iron ore and looking fur a suitable location fur the manufacture of pig iron and possibly have in contemplation the erection of extensive rolling mils etc They were for several hours in close consultation with John W Newkirk an old and experinced furnance man and the present proprietor of the old Estill Steam Furnace The quality of iron made here years ago was world famous equaling if not surpassing the product of Norway and Denmark There are millions of tons of this metal within easy access of this placeyet un touched the mining formerly having been only of a surface character A Special Offer To introduce it quickly into every home the St Louis Mirror will be sent to any address every wetk for the months including the big Jrris turns number on receipt of 25 cents silver or stamps The Mirror edited oy William Marion fleetly con tains thibest independent polical arti des 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 all nowsdealers Five cents a copy 52 per year Write fur cample copies THE MIRROR iseptf St Louis Mo THE HOME GOLD CURE AX INGENIOUS TKKAT3lEXr BY WHICH UUUNKAUDS AUK15EINU CUUKU DAILY IX SlITB 01 ThEM SELVES Xo NoxIous Dotes No Weakening of the Nerreii A 1lrasant au 1uoillvo Cure fdr the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkellll9ils a disease and not lilledwith- 10isol1and nerves completely shattered periodical or constant Use of iiitoxiuat tag liquorsrequires an antidote capable of neutralizing anti eradicating thus poison and destroying thu craving for intoxicants Sutreners may now cure themselves at home without publicity or of time from business II this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which lisa been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discov cry Is positively guaranteed cure the must obstinate rae no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CUBE YOUR HUS BANDS I flllLDKEX CUKE YOUR FATHERS This remedy Is specificfordevised ami prej arwl that It is thoroughly soluble and plcasiuU to the taste so that it ran be Jiven in a cup of tea orcoifte without the know dge of the person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made tem perate men by having the CUIJE1 ad miniature by loving friends and rela tives without their knowledge in Coffee or tot and believe today that they discontinued drinklngof their own free- wilL DO NOT WAIT Db not Lo de hudeit by aLparellt stIll misleading tm out the disease at once and for all time The HOME GOLl CURE is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing of everybody a treatment more effectual other costing tJto 50 full directions nccoiu any eacn pack Special udlle Liv skillad phyBtcUM when requested witboat ex tra Sent PrepaitltoAflYpIIH of this world on receipt of Doiter IlHrBI4Market atroet Philadelphia AL w tlet1Jtl entdJfl- tIii Inwirlf i f A Brilliant Novel Mistrens Joy is the title of a faa cinating romance of the early settle ment of Mississippi which will appeal in a few days from the press of the Century Co New York The hook which will be elegantly bound and superbly illustrated is the work at Mrs Gr ce IfcGowan Cooko of Chattauoo Kaand Mrs Samuel B McKInney of Knoxville the latter a near relativn ol Mrs C D Chenault of this city rite critics who have teCh the advanced sheets are enthusiastic over its success mid pronounce it one cf the greatest historical novels of the year It is ex Jt tell to produce a furor in literary circles aud the knowing ones predict as great a sale for it as Miss Johnsons ramous work To Have and To Hold The authors are brilliant literary highs of the New South Mrs McKinney be- Ing a talented newspaper woman and now Vice President of the Tennessee Press Club The hook may be ordered through this oillco I hind ions suffered from Indiges tion writes U A LeDeis Cedar City Mo Like others I tried many fire parations hut never fuund nnylhinu that Jtd me Rood until I took Kodol Dvepepsla Cure One ho1 tie cured mo A friend who had suffered similarly I put on the use of Kodol Dyspepsia lure He is cainingfast and will Roon be able to work 15ef re he used Kodol Oyepeam Cure indlgwtion had made him a total wreck PEIIUY THOMAS Model Roads Anent the subject of good roads the following from the Lexington Gazette will be found of interest The Lexington Construction Compa ny is now completing the two miles of reconstructed road on the Newtown pike and It is almost as smooth as a billiard table Tiling is being laid on either side to insure proper drainage It is a model road iudeed and bids fair to supersede the former inauuprof road building and ropd repairing While the present coat is greater it is true yet the fact that little or no repair will be need ed for several yeais it will prove a cheaper road in the long run also Our County Court never made a wiser ap propriation and lot the good work jo on until nil our highways hMO been treat ed Ikewise with the best country In the world which they travwso lets have roods to compare favorably W T Wesson GholsonviMe Va ilruiinist writes Your One Minute Cough Cure gives perfect aUifuction Mv customers say it is the best remedy for coughs colds throat and lung trou bles PERRY THOMAS An Ode lo Jim Lackey Mr Price Williams lias developed into a poet and sends us the following lines respectfully dedicated to Jailer Jim Lackev Father who travels the road so later Hush my jt1d lathe cndldate Fit example for human woes Early he comes and early be goes lie greets the women with courtly grace lIe kissel the babys dirty face He calls to the fence the farmer at work lIe bores the merchant be bores the clerk The blacksmith while his anvil rings Be greets and this is the song he sings Howdy howdy howdy do How is your wife and how are you Ah it fits my flstas no other can The horny fist of a working man New York Fashions A very smart hat consists of folds of pale blue velvet edged with mauve oocliftls Diamond swallows make pretty hair ornaments Muffs sue already appearing Quo of black velvet Is trimmed 1with ostrich feathers and cut steel bands For edging the decolletage of even lug gowns there are long bands of leaves or sprays of orchid Persian ribbons are lovely They show tile rich warm tones seen in old India shawls One of the prettiest figured velvets shown by Lord k Taylor lisa n light ground with dark nap the latter re vealing datk lines or combing imputing n fine grain to the goods Gun metal as a shuttle has appeared in gloves It is not eXncu attractive fiuallblthfromthedyer A very chic little sealskin picket has the inside of the collar and lapels faced with rich heavy cream lace overlying pale blue tucked chiffon The sealskin sleeves nre finished with a small turn back cuff of the same extending sever al inches above the wrst Solid embroidery is mostly seen up on petticoats Floral designs predom inate over conventional dress A halfinch colored hem appears on some white handkerchiefs The outside edge of the collar terminates in in verted scallops just Insult the hem stitching Panne vevet trims childrens conts effectively Jt is very pretty and useful in oflect Some very attractive stocks are made of largeflowered velvets Two toned broadcloth in changable effect is something new White silk matinees or dressing jackets are trimmed with deep yellow lace in edgings and insertions Silver and black tux furs are most highly prized this season The lunch variety extremely glossy havidg ex terior hairs of silve white- A siuipJti lint of cerise velvet is tim ply tritniued with a few black wings under one side The continuance of plain skirts with their neatwalsted and welldefined lit about the hips is adding even wider prestige to theRe G corset Its mission is to sustain womans figure and accentuate every natural grnie it pus sesses at the same tiuit promoting her health by leaving her free to live move breathe and have her being in absolute comfort Wider bauds than formally are now used to trim dress shirts iA very smart black sailor list has imderbrim showing half an inch Hruund the edge and iii trimmed with whitedottedldck pompons Gold and silver threaded brocades aro revived Loivtil cavalierlihe coats are the rage Many huts bhow a piunieIextravag aocj that U iJytuitItleacrihjtioH FTaLv4 OtarE RuMiii has eOtit 1i8O H to the fgtoR frontier tu prtveut dhtturb atl4NaeuutBf tbeIJl Ute bite Awer Wb n JoUn Bull ntotti froni Outhl Atriea hff may fluid the- M Of1IIt1vhhijU bepn4 Jt9nj- iut r It not Do Know That Buggies Carri are from to cheaper now than theywere a 100dI T OF IN Suits 49c 1 49 2 2 50 Fine Suits 2 99 and 3 99 Suits 4 99 materials Kj Carriage Work LOUIS GUS STRAUS Great Fall S- aleCLOTHINCHGREATEST SALE FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING EVER KNOWN KENTUCKY Boys School andup Mens Cassimere Mens Allwool Fancy 99 and from 300 dozen Shirts regular price J 50 and 2 Oat 98 CentsWhich is less We have our Fall importations in our Tailoring Department and we are ready to show you the largest best and most complete line these goods in Kentucky This department is in charge of Richard Shryock who will be glad to show you our line r t MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LEXINGTON LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS MERCHANT TAILORS GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATTERS ETC LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Congressman G G Gilbert luUrrseeil the citizens of Anderson county at the court house in awreucebiirj on Mon day Ed Parker of London will lio a candidate fur the UeptibUinm nomination for Congress in the Eleventh this trict Good advico is often suspected when liven by a disinterested person The highway to wealth u often adan gerous one Rain and sweat have no effect on harness treated with Eureka liar ness Oil re I dampkeeps crsoftandpliable I roujhsurbce break and cut The harness not only keeps J looking like new but wears twice alogbytheuse Harnen Oil Sold CTcrywhen meant alt sites Made Standard v Company You and ages few 1 ltitiKA n4qlts Id 5 C Beauties d For AllIf fb 11 We have the best flowers that can be produced Our Floral Decorations are beauties We possess and practice the nlCeua ry KNOW now In at rangihg Eorder receives our personal attention BELL The Florist LEXINGTON KY HENRY L PERRY Agt Bells go Everywhere Gretaest BargainsEver THE CLIMAX And The OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O Both One Year For 1 5O- p ThoQHIO FARMER Cleveland 0 is tlin bfPt nurliDltnrftl live stock market and home wwkly flnrnaliri thin country For every of lie family It tells how to niak lie fan ci pjxv and the home hnppv It 1111121 pages everyweoka of PH 24 pages Aiiist 1m 111 and mliablo murket ro ports tlf practfcnl iKjitor8 Bilcorr flppndnls all fMmer No wide wVa f rwir viU hwitn mt thug gves t famt Ad hdwio j KH4il It wjU pmr far karff tIJd i crimM rCOJ hlblDollMCY F qualItcost more another season prices of are going np John Donelson Prop Opening fi Mens Black Clay Worsted Suits 4 The largest finest line of Suits every shown in Kentucky the5 celebrated firm of Alfred Benjamin Co N Y now than Cost just received of f of AND FINE POLITICS do I Flowers mcinhor Largest l11I111talf jPeoples Friend Is he who sells good goods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furniture includes Bed Room Suites Iron BedsFolding BedsRockers Couches Dinning Tables Chairs 4+ + 4+ + + 4 + ++ 4 + + + 4 + + 4 Everything Thfge 4 4 4+ 4+ i + 4+444 + 4 444444 Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is complete in every respect W S Olldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND lBWMy KENTUCKY WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY 0UR 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 JO 15 20 and 25c to the finest handmade andwe make all kinds of Shades A good mixed paint for 110 pure Linseed Oil and j 4 White Lead at factory prices freight added LnrgeH ntmk of Picture Framing materials in the State We will frarni vottr pictures in todnte styles fur littlo money Dont forget that you will byhaving+4+44 GEO M WILLGING Manufacturer of all kln ls of Paints Paints for all kinds of purposes Each specific Paint for a specific purpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY r WHY NOT BUY 1HE rNo COSMO CARRIAGE oJ For Rubber Stamps Standing Top Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horseJ djtU25 sept mu CALL AT ++ + THISOFFICEU The Richmond Climax J O cnBNAULTmPreldent ManagerBODTn n WEDNESDAY OCT SO 1001 PDBLIStlKU EVERY WJCDNKSUAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET w FOB cuuimr JDDQU N B TURPIN FOR COOSTT ATTORNEY J TEVI8 COBB FOR SHERIFF JOHN F WAGERS FOR JAILEB JAMES a LACK Y FOB CLKK- EJESSK CUlirJ FOR BEPBIBNTATIVB CHAS L SEABCY FOR SCHOOL laPBBIKTEXDEXT J W WAGERS FOR ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAND FOR 8UBVKTOB POE CORONER CLIFF SAMUELS POE MAYOR DAVID n TEVIS FOB rOLICH JUDGE U O RICE FOB CITY ATTORNEY 3 TALBOT JACKSON FOR CIIIBF OF POLICE JHALLMAN FOR MAS18TKATE D PARMBR FOB CONSTABLE F KBNNEDY FOR COUNCILMAN COURT IIOUSH J W Dates W1 Leeds CITY HALL O T Wellt K H Bybee usivBBsrrr C G Douglas W L Arnold RETHENCHMhMT AND REFORM The Republican County Committee is mailing to the voters of Madison county a dodger headed as above and takes a notice of II H Colyer sheriff Jo tax payers as its text A more deepicitole effort to deceive and mislead the voters of tho county was never hatched in a hungry hank ering brain Any man of ordinary sense knows that the sheriff of a county has no more to do with fixing the tax rate of a county than the horse he rides All claims against a county arises by virtue of some statute law en acted by the Legislature which ie passed upon and approved by the Fis cal Court and by it certified to the sheriff for payment Tile sheriff is directed by the Fiscal court just how much in the way of taxes to collect and what claims to pay and tkis he must do whether ho likes it or not and for kindly notifying the people of his duty the Republican County Committee is Btived to misrepresentations wail ings calls our honorable sheriff chief of ringsters and goes into hysterics gen emily Whom the personnel of this committee is we are not aware The dodger does not disclose their named for very ob vious reasons No man with a cross road education would bo willing to father the facts eel out in the dodger and hope to convince any reasonable man there was any virtue in the com paisoiia and contrasts therein setforth So the whole misrepresentation mir calculation deceit and slander is dad died by tho Republican Committee But no one need be surprised at that It is well known that a Republican committee will do almost anything One Republican is bad enough but when you want too see unalloyed vii lainy just let a committee of them get together especially if that committee or a portion of them want office then farewell to good lIames reputation honesty and fair dealin and it has been intimated that overt the lives of their opponents have been compassed If Madison county tax is to high why dont you cite facts that make them eo and at the same time show that the turncoat now at the head of the Fis CIII BrowerCo LEXINGTON KY The Moslems Prayer Rug Long before Jobeide in the r Arabian Nights tells of find ing the Prince of the enchanted city reading the Koran on his little carpet like those we j have to kneel upon when we say our prayers the prayer I rug was the Moslems most sacredand prizedpossession A curious center character izes the rug a pointed disc which the Mohammedans take care shall point toward Mecca when the Muezzin calls tot t prayersRugs Smyrna e Velvee11 While our assortment of Oriental Rugs Is we believe to be superior In number style and price to any collec tlon wo have ever offeredthey are delightful to spread before or drape the back of a cozy corner as welt as for gel ral use CFBrateF4CD I JtAIK ATD BROADWAY LZXfl4GTOX Ey- HltI cal affairs with the lesser satellites with him in same raised their voice and recorded their votes against the claims that created the siz6 of the levy now complained of Mr Committee vou cant do it If you had facts to justify your insinuations you would long ere this been out in a dodger with the name of your committee chairman at the bottom Your Inuendoes wont do you are beaten and you had justaswell lay down now ONE of the most enthusiastic and largely attended Democratic rallies that has taken place in Kenton county in recent years was held at Odd Fellows Halls last night ExOov James B McCreary was the speaker of the evening and in clean and decisive terms impressed oh the minds of his audience the necessity of electing the Democratic ticket from top to bottom Governor J W Bryan was President of the meeting and in a few well chosen remarks introduced the speaker of the evening picturing him as one of Ken tuckys true sons a Democrat of tried and true principleo always contending for what was right and just and for the interest of the masses and not the classes A score or more of men prom inent in public and private life acted as Vicolresldents Gov McCreary com menced his speech which was replete with matter strokes of oratory and brilliant sayings with on ardent appeal to the Democracy of Kenton county to stand by the nominees of the party He said that the primary by which they were nominated was the fairest and most important every held in Kenton county and that whatever feeling of animosity had existed before the primary was entirely eradicated and a feel ins of harmony prevailed which in sured the success of the entire Demo cratic ticket lIe spoke at some lengthon tile reorganization of the Democratic party and stated that he bitterly opposed to it being of the opinion that the party was in its prime and had a grand and glorions future awaiting it Nat ion State and county issues were ably discussed and tile as eassluation of President McKinley and Governor Goebel severely condemned lie spoke in the highest terms of Jos L Rhinock the Democratic nominee for Senator and Averdick Cookman and Adams nom nCS8 for the Legislature In eloquent terms he spoke of Kenton county as the banner Democratic county in the State and made an ardent plea for the support of the entire county ticket He scored Presi dent Roosevelt for his policy of placing a negro on an equality with a white man and this part of his speech was the occasion for an outburt of applause Following Governor McCreary lion Joseph L Rhinock and Judgelames P Tarvin addressed the audience and impressed on them the importance of electing the entire ticket this fall Theodore F Hallam also made a brief speech that elicited prolonged arId en thusiastic applauseCincinnati En quirer GUILTY with punishment fixed at im prisonment for life was the verdict of the jury in the case of Caleb Powers rendered at 310 oclock Saturday afternoon Powers received the verdict with this same stoicism that marked the previous conviction and said not a word One woman came to kiss and embrace him and men to grasp his hard while his attorneys moved for a new trial and that being refused an arrest of judgment pending appeal which was granted A bill of excep tions will be filed at the February term Meantime Powers will be confined in the Franklin county jail to which he was at onre removed The jury dr liberated fortynine minutes before formulating a verdict Powers com panion during his lays at college J B Calvert was chosen foreman and pre sented the verdict to the court DAVID It TEVIS for mayor H C Rice city judge J Talbot Jackson city attorney and J H Allman chief of police are all good men and expect the votes of all good men Come out eqrly and vote for them next Tuesday J TEVIS Conn is the best county at torney Madison ever had and his ro election is assured However just to pile up the majority and make things a little merrier dont forget to vote for him next Tuesday WHEN you vote for Searcy nest Tues day you vote twice once for Chailes L Searcy and once for James B Mc Creamy J W WAGERS the county superintendent will be elected again Tuesday An X under the rooster will do it JESSE Conn is the Democratic nomi i nee for county clerk and will be elect ed next Tuesday Vote for birr II F KENNEDY for constable needs your vote Vote for him VOTE for John F Wagers for sheriff of Madison county IVOTE for tho next county jailer C Lackey D P ARMER for magistrate vote for him Tuesday GEORGE NOLAND assessor Vote for him Tuesday VOTE tor Cap t S F Rock for sum for Cliff Samuels for com- nePERSONAL Mr Henry P Reid of Mt Sterling spent Sunday in this city Mr J H Fisher of BuddIes Milltwas lucre this week on business Mr Judy of MU Sterling was the guest of the Misses Miller last week Col Dan M Chenault yesterday for Livingston to spend a few days fishing Mrs Mary Betts spent several days with relatives in Clark county last week Mr Henry Rosevear State Secretary of the Y MC A was In the city Sat urday Miss Margaret Parrish returned last week from a visit to Chicago and BuffalobElathhave returned from tho Buffalo Ex positionMrs Everett Witt and children are visiting the family of T L Finney in ShelbyvilledMiss Laura Bennett left Monday to be the guest of friends in Louisville for a few daysTMiss Kate Reid of Bcattyville Iss the guest of Mrs Wm Rock on Second street- Postmaster C C Wallace was called to Georgetown Thursday as a witness in the Powers case Mr Richard Gentry Jr of Nashville returned Saturday to register and vote the usual way The friends of Cyrus G Douglas are glad to see him out again after a threatened attack of fever Miss Alma Burton left Sunday to visit relatives in Columbus 0 where she will remain several weeks Buddy Ward Ray Brown Parker and Bedford were here with Cenlte College foot ball team Saturday Miss Mamie Hite Rowland of Dan ville was the guest of Miss Bessie Miller several days last week Miss Blanche Robinson of Cynthi aua Secretary of the C E Convention was the guest of Miss Janie Feland Mr A D Miller business manager of the CLIMAX and wife were in Lox ington several days the past week Dr A Wilkes Smith went to George town Thursday to see about the or ganization of a State Grand Lodge of ElksMrs H B Hanger returned from Philadelphia Friday where she has been with her husband for about a monthMr C W Howard a wellknown young physician of Fair Haven Washington is the guest of Miss Berthenia McCord Mrs T E Arnold entertained Missus Susie Burrus and Margaret James mud Mrs Yocum of Berea during the con ventionMr C Campbell formerly a member of the Board of Education returned from Virginia Monday to register Rev J W McGarvey of Lexington was the guest of Prof J W MeG arveyp Jr at Madison Institute several days last week i Mrs Alex Conner and Miss Lottie Atcheson of Owingsville were the guest of Mrs N B Deatherage last weekMiss Mary E Swceny1of Lexington has been for the past few days the charming and popular guest of Miss Mary Tribble Messrs William Smith Charles Ran kin and J Rockwell Smith of Centre College spent Sunday with the family of Mr James W Smith Mrs Col John Cunningham Rose dale is visiting Judge and Mrs Chen ault and other relatives at Richmond KentuckianCitiren Mrs T A Garnett of Cynthiana ar rived Thursday to visit the families of W C French Mrs flora Green and other relatives in the countv Messrs J Speed Smith and Milo Shanks of Washington came in JSatur Jay to register They will remain uu til after the election Mrs E T Horn of Hawsville Ky I is visiting her father John Simpson and her sisters Mesdames Walter and William Park In the contty Mrs Paul Collins and son James Bennett of Fairhaven Washington will arrive today to be the guests oi Mr and Mrs James Bennett Mrs E H Peery is visiting relatives and friends at her old home in Rich mond Ky She expects to be gone about a month Washington Post Mrs Laura Estill Francis of Ruse dale Bourbon county has been the guest of Mrs Robert Miller and other relatives and friends the past week Miss Kate Edgar County Superin tendent of Bourbon county accom panied by Mrs J T Vansant visited her brother Col Edgar the past week Mies Dovie Letcher has returned to her duties as teacher m the College after a sick leave spent with her parents at Richmond Kentucky Colonel nrUUM Pains in the Back Are symptoms of a weak torpid pr stagnant condition of the kidneys or liver and arc a warning it is extremely hazardous to neglect so important ia a healthy action of these organs They are commonly attended by loss energy lack of courage and some by gloomy foreboding and de spondency I had pains in my bade could not sleep and when I got up in the morning felt worse than the night before I began tak- Ing Hoods Sarsaparilla and now I can sleep and get up feeling rested and able to do my work I attribute my cure entirely to Hoods Sarsaparilla MaE J N PERRY care II S Copeland Pike Road AlaflHOQds Sarsaparilla and Pills Curd kidney and liver troubles relieve the back and build up the whole system Mr and Mrs William Shearer and daughter formerly of this city ut who now reside in Lexington are the guests of Mr and Mrs TS Hagan Misses Belle Graves Edith Railey and Francis Nuchols of Versailles are expected tomonow to be the guests of S Neville Moberley for several ays Mrs Hugh White accompanied by her nephew Col John R Gibson hef- thursday for Dansville N Y where hio will spend several weeks for her healthMisses Fleda Green Mary Shrout and Elizabeth Arnold of Mt Sterling were the guests of Mr and Mrs Elmer Dealherage during the Christian Endeavor ConventionlMr Robert E Little of Honderson villa N C came home yesterday morning to spent a few days with his mother He will remain until after the election to do iris duty as a Democrat Mr T P Embry after attending the Confederate meeting at Louisville and listening to his sons eloquent speech U now at French Lick wlmro he will spend a week or ten days recuperating Mr Paul A Platz representing the Sportsmens Weekly Review of Cincinnati one of the best sporting journals in America was here several days this week in the interest of that paper Major Curtis F Burnam left Friday to attend the Bicentennial of Yale He belonged to the class of 40 He was joined at Cincinnati by his nephew Dr John M Burnam Professor ol Latin in Cincinnati University Mrs E R Nofrirt and Mrs L B Pigg of St Louis who have been visit ing their sister Mrs L J Frazee for several woeksleft Thursday for home going via Lexington where they will stop off several days visiting relatives Mr R Taylor Mr John Covington and wife Mr Hood Crows and Mr Samuel Lancaster and daughter all ol Clay county Mo are in on a visit to lelatives in this and Estill counties Mr Taylor left Estill county in 1855 bOYIhoodDr Northcutt and family of Valley View will locate in Nicholasvllle to educate their children and the doctor wants to lease a good residence of five to eight rooms The doctor is now in terested in organizing oil companies and is on the goal the tinw nUll lie has practically given up his medical practice Nicholasville Xews The second meeting of the Pranden nidl Club since the new fall cycle be gan was held Friday night with Dr C H Vanght as host His pretty home was brilliantly lighted and beautifully decorated for the occasion with fragrant flowers and plants The din eel was a triumph of tho culinary art and has rarely been equaled by the previous handsome dinners of the Best Club On Earth The dining ionwas a perfect dream in the artistic ef fect of the drapery of tables etc Sparkling cut glass shimmering silver irridesccnt pearl and spotless linen giving an effect that only culture and good appetite can thoroughly appre ciate The discussion of tim evening was long and interesting Anarchy Its Cause and Cure receiving the thorough threshing it merited About seventeen guests were present The next meeting will be held with Mr R E Roberts Class Rev Hugh McLel lan WS Hume T J Smith WS Moberley and R E Roberts Subject What is the Effect on the Race Question of the Presidents Entertainment of Booker Washington and Was it a Mistake The class for four weeks hence when Senator Gates will he host are Rev II G Turner Messrs Woods Vaught Turley and Cro- okeRJLIGIOUS Rev P C EVersole is holdtog a pro tracted meeting in the Southern Methodist church at College Hjll Ho is be ing assisted by Rev II G Tuiner of this city Elder TQ Martin of Winchester has been called to the pastorate ot the FJatwoods Christian church in this county The former pastor Elder L lIe Reynolds resigned some time ago The pulpits of the two Presbyterian churches of this city were occupied Sunday by two old C U students Rev Eugene Bell of the class of PI who has been for the last sjx years In Korea was at the First church while atI the Second was Rev James M Cornell son 90 who is a missionary to the Umatilla Indians of Washington Rev H II Sweets and Mr Brock man of Louisville have conducted a series of very profitable meetings in the Y M C A of Centre College during the past week The Associatio- nhh been much strengthened by the presence of these two most successful workers Special services will bo con ducted this evening in the Association rooms by Prof Crooks Danville Advocate It is with deep regret that we an ounce that Dr McKeo has tenderedP his resignation ns pastor of Presbyterian church and will preach no more hero for the present As sta tell In last issue he became ill during Uncle Joe Hoppers meeting and was forced to return to his home in Dan ville No man has done more good in the community than has Dr McKee and that he will not rernttin with us is regretted by all Irrespective of church affiliations The people of Lancaster have learned to love him and man are the prayers offered for his complete recovery to health Lancaster Rec- ordMATRIMONIAL SRiGOSToDD Arthur Riggs Jot Winchester and Miss Fannie Toddof Waco will be married at thebridos home today MEKKS BURTON Mr Charles Meekfi and Miss Lucy Burton both of his county were married at Lancaster astweek by Rev A B Moore- MATTINGLYPOUEYEAK A t Lob anon fifteen minutes after J L Mat Tuesdllyheyear His bride was brought to the court house and waited while the final divorce proceedings were being entered up Immediately after which the county j udge united thenH- ANSVORD PiTcm Miss Nellie Pugh daughter of exCongressman Samuel J Pugh was married at Vance burg last week to Mr II G Hansford business manager of the Washington Star The brido was formerly a stu dent at Madison institute this city where she is woll remembered as a most charming dm- 1MCKAYllLGiiiEiTLIO following note from lust Wednesdays Danville Advocate will bu rend with more than usual interest here in Richmond where the bride has numerous relatives and where she was the popular guest last summer of Miss Florie Chenault Miss Nancy Chenanlt Huguely only laughter of Mr and Mrs J T Hugue ly was married today at high noon to Mr Walter Warner McKay of San Diego California The wedding took place at tim residence of tho brides parents and was an elegant but quio affair invitations being confined to only a few of the nearest relatives and most intimate friends of the family The parlors were beautifully decorated for the occasion the prevailing color scheme being red and green carried out in decorations of American Beauty roses and ropes of fiinilnx RevE M Green pastor of the First Presbyterian church performed the ceremony after which an elegant wedding breakfast wits served to guests The bride and groom after a tour of the Est will go to Philadelphia where they will make their future home Miss Huguely was very popular and hichly admired in social circles here and has a large circle of friends throughout the State Mr McKay has become popularly known during his visit in Danville and the young couple leave for their new home followed by the good wishes of a host of de voted frien- dsBIFTHS JOHXSOX Mr and Mrs Evans John son of near Weld on III are the hap py parents ot an Rpoiind baby guI Mother and babe dofug well McCoitn Mr and Mrs E S Mc Cord of Fairhaven Washington are rejoicing in the arrival of another son the third to gladden their ho- meDEATHS TUBLBY The tender sympathy of the whole conhinuuiljgoes out to Mr anti Mrs trley who suffered tho loss of their bright little three yearold daughter Katherine last Wednesday She had been ill of scar let fever hut a few days and the death was a surprise to the friends of the family The funeral was conducted Thursday at the home by Rev Hugh McLellau after which the interment took place in Jlre Richmond cemetery BAXTEK II H Baxter formerly of Lawrenceburg who was making his homo with his soninlaw Wilkes P Baxter ditd Saturday morning of apo plexy Mr Baxter was sixtyseven years of age and was a native of Anderson county Ho had resided in this city since last August Ho was a brother to Tyler and Homer Baxter both deceased Tho remains were taken to Lawrenceburg for interment Saturday afternoon RocKIn the eightysecond year of his age at the home ot his son Capt S F flock in this city William Rock I DECEIVEDI This warm weather will not last and you will need Boots and Shoes for thin change We have the largest and most select line ot BOOTS SHOES HATS and MENS FURNISHINGS to be found in Richmond Now Js the time to make your Fall purchases Come early and get your choice See our Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women price 300 In Booths Ideal Patent Vici Kid Patent Enamel KibP Kill Box Calf in heavy soles and light Eolcs high heels and low i heels shoes for dress shoes for street all one price 300 See the Famous Stacy Adams Shoe equal to the best and i theNewestThingsraw MENS UNDERWEAR SuspendeisSocks voniaWEMRICE ARNOLD 4 4 departed this life last Friday morning Mr Rock was born at Zanesville Ohio August i2 1820 He waS a devouf Christian and sluice his youth was a zealous member of the Methodist church lIe leaves a wife and five children to mourn his loss The funeral services wore conducted hy Rev Turner at the house Saturday morn Ing after which the remains were in terred in the Richmond Cemetery Mr Rock was one of the pioneer rail road men of the State lIe was first assistant to the chief engineer during the building of the Covlngton Lox ington railroad He was prominently the Milwaukee St aul N Y O M and several other railroads of the middle west BARLOW Mrs Anastasia Barlow died at the University Hospital Louis vllle Saturday afternoon where she halt suffered several wenks of a complication of diseases It was not until last week that her condition became especially alarming Mrs Barlow wa tho widow of Milton K Barlow for merlj of this city whoso inventive genius Rave him a worldwide reputa tion Mrs Barlow was an exceptional ly gifted woman Few women were better read and few had a deeper reverence for not only what was best in literature but what was best in character and human nature Her lire exerted a refined influence upon those sur rounding her and many will remember long her gentleness and high nature Mrs Barlow sprang from Virginia ancestors anti her immediate family were proud antebellum Kentuckians Thug by tradition as well as by personal sympathy she was loyal to the South during the war and she remained loyal in sentiment ever since having been a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and in other ways having done honor to those who wore the gray Of Mrs BarlowV children four survive her Two sons n A Bar low of this city and Milton Barlow of Chicago and two daughters Miss Florence Barlow of Louisville and Mrs Fesler of Cincinnati The re mains were taken to Lexington and interred Sunday afternoon My Little Neighbor Sad news from my neighbors home His youngest child Is dead Little Katherine Turley hardly three years old Some times in passing I met the baby girl toddling along the side walk and she was always glad to see me Catching hold of my hand we walked together and she was full of chat cheer and fun Ill meet her no moretue toddling footsteps on theside Walk will never be heard again and that is what the sad news meant She has left us How much that means to fatler and mother And yet what does it mean The writer of this with his wife knows what it is to look into the open grave of their chiidren and to hear the clods fall on tlieircoflln lids We have ex perienced this and we know how hard it is My little neighbor is gone hut is itforevei Oh no that would not do If that were so she bad better never been born There must be a beyond a home better than this Little Kath erine must have a chance to see more than she saw here to feel more than she felt hero and to enjoy more than she enjoyed here She went firstthe youngest In the order of nature father and mother brothers and sister should have gone before her Why this way we cant answer We cant rca son Stout We cant explain We dont understand Her visit to the Summit was short indeed another visit she will never pay us We can go to see her God in his providence dill not cull her away Sickness and suffering which she could not stand closed her life Why this Wecaut understand Not now but in the coming years It may be in the better land Well read the meaning of our tears And then some time well understand Well catch the broken thread again And finish what we here began Heaven will its mysteries explain And then 01 then well understand God knows the way he holds the key He guides ns with unerring hand Sometime with tearless ryes well be Yes there up there well understand S Dr Hobson is a candidate for school trustee and solicits your vote John Temple Graves Lecture The fist lecture of the season was delivered by Hon John Temple Graves of Georgia in the Masonic Temple Monday night A fairly good audience greeted the speaker and all who heard him were well pleased He Is an orator in the truest sense and commanded the attention of his entire audience throughout the lecture If the rest of the course comes up to his standard the success of the seasons entertain ments is assured Supplemental Registration This is the last day of the special meg istration If you were unavoidably away from homo on tho regular regis tration day or if you were sick and have not yet put your name on the books dont fail to come up and register today During the special regis tration days up to noon yesterday fifty three voters had taken advantage of the opportunity This books showed 26 Democrats 25 Republican and two In dependents There are several good Democrats to conic In today Elks Reunion Dr A W Smith was In Georgetown Thursday to attend the Elks Convention called together for the purpose of perfecting a State organization and making arrangements to hold annual reunions of the lodges every year There were about 75 delegates present A temporary organization was affected and arrangements were made to huM the first reunion at Louisville next June One of the principalfeatures of the convention was the elegant ban quet given the delegates at the Lan caster Hotel Viewing the Way Mr Charles J Bronston and Dr David Bennett of Lexington to gether with several capitalists from Detroit were in the city yesterday fiiel iugthe public pulse in regard to thin proposed electric line to Richmond They drove over In carriages for the p rpose of viewing route Ibis thought they will ask the county urt for the pikeFitscity are much opposed to the building of the road as it will tend to make Richmond simply a suburb and a feeder to Lexington Slew MaH alCOmOdjtionli Time mail connections or rather the lack of conned MtC at Junction City are disgusting in thextreme The Ch cictriall mail nent tt way frequently gets thre tw ntfour1HMir late The LxinjrUHi dully paps frequently mm- ft day Of twn ftttd Wia buBdl coaUlnhtx tlw JMOM of ibm i ThSEEWHTMcKEES HAVE TO SAY TODAY Allwool rrtcol 17lnch wide strictly altwool dyed In large range or fast colan rMibiackalaS- cperdbugrayI Our Dress Department OuremtrolderedAibattossesforwaiating are very I I A beautiful Persian stripe woven In silk st Intervals IInch Colorsgray blue at J old rose cardinal blue bellotrope grun and black at per U I brownLnent finUn mat will wituaiand sponging In colon black gray caster blue wine etc at 89c per yd Along with our dre i I department to be bad a complete line of fancy silts Sot waists The latest design Ecru lace striped silk woven on Terr i heavy silk in bUck and white this ia very effective OUR PRINTED FLANNELETTS offaucyimportedFrench FANCY OUTING FLANNELS stripesandmadeIncellent soft finish which makes it adaptable for all purposes at sHc per rdEiderdowns strictly all wool firm alockmet back with cloAkiogshouse andhaspink at 25c per yd Printed wash sateens 40inch in blue and white black and white red and white at lOc per yd largeyarkty LADIES ilkCapsLadltLadies I OUR OF ART For this season has been selected from the very latest designs selection represents handsome patterns in that are highclass in all respects Queenetta 36inch wide in colors green red and blue lat swiss curtain department deserves special comment Swiss curtains yards long ruffles side and end at 75c per pair swiss curtains 3 yards long ruffled side and at 99c and per pair CALL IN AND SEE OUR LINE Cor Main First St days at one time The Harrodsburg Democrat of last Frida came ing in Monday morning There is evidently some way to remedy this matter and convince the postal officials that they are the servants and not the masters of the people Prof Davis Retires Prof R Lee Davis who has been for the last six months of the CujfAS has resigned and retires with this issue of the piper Mr Davis is well known to the reading public hav lug been connected with the local press for several years and many will read of his retirement with regret Besides being a congenial mixer with the people antI an allround newspaper man he weilds the pen of a writer and has made many friends by his pleasant style No one knows the value of a news item better than Prof Davis and few can serve It up in better style Wherever he goes and in whatever business he becomes engaged whether in journalism or in the school room he will have the best wishes of the CLIMAX Gaining Ground The Seventh District Teachets Asso elation met at Frankfort last week and the question of petitioning the Legisla ture to change the trustee system was laid before the 150 teachers present for discussion Concerning it the Courier Journal says The most interesting topic discussed at the meeting was Changes in the School Laws presented by State Superintendent Mcihesney The the cussion was lively and will result In time offering of several measures at the coming session of the General Assembly Proposed amendments which met with the approval of the association are the abolition of the teachers certificate of the third class making the county the unit instead of the school district for the purposes of taxation and the abolition of the present trustee system and the establishment of a county board of education in each county to govern the county schools as the city schools are at present governed This movement seems to be gaining ground every day Resolutions asking for a change wore presented to the Mad icon County Teachers Institute In August but were voted down by a small majority The C E Convection The district convention of theYoung Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor which closed here Sunday was a great success in every Dense It was au earnest mind enthusiastic body of Christian workers and the effects of the meeting here will long be felt The attendance was excellent about 100 delegates being present Every speaker on the program was on hand ready to respond which is something unusual for such a gathering The convention opened Friday even ing the welcome address being deliv ered by Rev Hugh McLellan which was responded to by Mr Tinder Mr Henry E Rosevear spoke Saturday in of the YM C A Rev J W McGarvey of the Bible College of Kentucky University preached to a large audience his sermon being one of the chief features of the convention The convention closed Sunday night with this address of President Jenkins This address which was delivered in a masterly way was one oN the finest efforts the people of Richmond have had the pleasure of listening to in a long time The report of the secretary of the convention showed that the fourth District of Kentucky hadan enroll ment oi twentyone societies with a total membership of about three Mum dred The following officers were chosen Houston Rioii of Paris Preeldeat Chas A Tanner of Clark Vice dent Mi 4 BtaBCrM ol1of01B thiana Secretary awl Treasurer Mrs r E Arnold ol WIchnd Sapi e Junior werkcThat the meetiBg was a sweewe jeeg without sayiag The poop he jf our oily eojoyed th easure of entiitiuM big the coaveation aid it is hoped frfe the dsletes enioaM tMir tvlre IIer8neveriliAAPpet gentle effective In relltflJRI all hM bowSmalllIkI trtt PBHKV A THOMAS AffflptdftM tekeop costs i9tM to lMiiIMiOOO toltotfe at print If mtu m woota aminatijouc pm to lt MjMft M the rite ug MO yfefa M batwi n c 1 FLANNELETTE WRAPPERS tIP Slmpxons standard winter weight flannelettes warranted hlmndwithwaist at We each Westrongly advise the trade to give ofFleecelinrdhoselined ann fast black at iSc per pair seuulesprscarletstatutes foot at Zic a pair at4BandBUc DEPARTMENT DRAPERY The colorcombination Our and ends 150 lumber editor ready Needed night behalf Frost OWEN mm Sons With Father At the Confederate Veterans Reunion at Louisville last week Mr Reed Embry son of Col T P Emlry of Fayette county and a member tf the Sons of Confrderate Veterans of ian ville delivered Jill address heartily favoring the foundation of a home He had been requested to speak as the re presentative of the young men of Ken tuckv He referred in eloquent terms to the glorious achievements of the Confederate armies and wholeSouthern people in their struggle to win their liberties In conclusion he said 1 believe I am entirely correct in saying that thus young men of Ker tucky are not only heartily in favor of a pension fu tli men but are anxious that uelII hill shall be passed Thus pensiMi list iiirtead of increasing wnuli an w lens each year through the inexurhl swiftness of that great reap er Death who follows so closely in the wake of time But if it is found to be impracticable at the present time to pension our old soldiers let us by all means erect a home for the helpless and destitute of their number that will not only be a source of jiappiness and comfort to them bnt an honor to the State as well To the manhood and womanhood of Kentucky I make this appeal to erect a home in which ii will be a source of pride to be an in mate in which these warworn sons of Mars may light their battles once again on memories aznre field ot glory In title place let them receive not only the necessaries of life but every luxury that is in our power to bestowso that when the last bugle calls and their aged forms are laid to rest upon the lap of earth we shall feel that we have done all that love could do to make their last days ones of unalloyed hap pl ness and peace The bravery with which they fought and the hardships and privations which they have endured have gained them the wonder and admiration of the civ ilized world Shall these men go unre warded by us for whom they fought If there was evera soldier that deserved a pension at the hands of a loving peo pie it is the old Confederate Veteran at this hands of the South Virginia Georgia and nearly all the Southern States have introduced and passed in their Legislatures bills for time pension ing fl old veterans in their respective States Is Kentucky less proud of her warworn sons than these Was the blood spilt in the wilderness of Virginia better or richer than that which clmnued to a crimson hue tint HlupgrasK fields of Kentunkv Is it hecuuBt we love gold mute than gratitude and justice I deny tin mall 1 dont believe there is a man be fore me today who is eo intent upon the mad chase of fortune hut would stop for a moment to add a few cents toward the alleviation of the painand hardships of those who risked their all for tIme cause they thought was right who stood upon the threshold of their homes realy and willing to sacrifice their lives in order to protect their be lord State from the ruthless tread of thr Northern invader A salt combine line been formed in Now Jersey with capital of 30000000 A Typical Stall African Store SundaysRiver canbeverbial needle to an anchor This milesfromabout twentyfive miles from the near amfavoredwithin a rsdineof thirty miles to many Chamberlains doclorsadvicepopnlation1e tballfourteeN RrnedyFor sale by Stockton Hagan floctlm Present Your CIams The Mayor and CooocH desire that atf ixils due from the city to an person or peron- whatsoever be preaentedat the tneltioofthe CLAODtSJlt Mi f Richmond Kentucky To Whom It- May Concern NoticeS hereby ijiven that I as Tr John W Itronston imnot resjonrdebts contracted by him and nil iame He Is a minor and alt tattswith him do so at their own risk WHITiOct23oct4ir Public Sale I WILL ON0 fluid Odflbr Silk IK- At 11 oclock a m sell to the li bidder on tIme premises a tract f containing 112 acres lying n Jacks Creek pike about six inilt s T Richmond known as theltatftiir F ik place The land will be ciTcn a three parcels 1 Containing about 8 acres a ingC Stapp 2 About 70 acres adjoining far J Ka tintzar 3 About 31 acres adjoining fin John BiggKrstafl and aftprwanl whole tract as a whole will be offri TERMS One third payable Jm 1902 when possession will f gni balance in two equal payments end 12 months with interest from f Mrs Ophelia Fox If you have An Ambition To Die Rich IGet your life insured anti you may Otherwise the chances are that you wont You take nocliances on our new PER FECTION POLICY uncouth 7 tionally 1NCONT E S T I B L I from date of issue with a liber al settlement at any time be fore death GUARANTEED in in the face of time policy 4 4+ 4meLife Insurance Company J t Of Kentucky ++++4 + + +++++ ++ + +++ p CALL ON OR WRITE J C BECK Jr Special Agent Trust Bldg Richmond Ky Iaste COIflMISS1OIIWS k H C Broiddu Admr Pifl Notice ct SaleHif BEts By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madifon Circuit Court rendered at the September Term there of 1901 in time above style cause tW undersigned will on Monday November 4th iDOl About thin hour of 11 oclock a In front of the Court House door m Richmond Madison county Kentn J being November County Court Dv proceed to expose to Public Sale time highest bidder tie following tic scribed property viz A HOUSE AND LOT In time City of Richmond Ky con taming one acre iumd bounded a follows On the north by Main street on tl west hy the owned bv the Russell heirs OH the south by the lot owned dyTJSwitbaudontheeaet by the WlKMott lot sad known aa the H l placeThis In the best rest itent portion ef the city contains gutid b ikli tH sad all the things iiccewatf lot a firsKetew home TFRMSSkwilt be maths on erKt of six 6 MJiwitb The 1IIN ehMr will be miuired to 1i5C bond with good security for tue jrUHtHt of this purchase mousy t this fierce sad effect of a hiid bmrinir kral interest from tle 4 ilsIs witfc a Lien reserved upts- aud r wt wtii all thecgUf8D4Isut ud MOMCoct22t I ++ +++ ++ ++ ++ ++ 4+ HELLO IS THAT 35 YES TTTTTTTTTT + + + + + + + + + + We try to be just as fair carefuland polite to Customers ordering dover the Phone as those who come to the store c If you want anything special in the way o- fFancy Groceries jcCiover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP E DEATHERAGE CO The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 30 1901 Pro A Wilkes Smith Dentist is nnw located over J B Stonffcrs Clolhitig Store Gfebtf Vote fur N 11 Turpin for County Juilge several new cases of scarlet fever wrrr reported lat week shells loaded for ducks at Miller 15ns on Second street ocro 2t There is but one place to put your X tl at founder tho rooster Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of firf over Middletons drug store July 17tf Zna Cobb sold to J S Collins tweiby lour bead of cattle averaging guiij at 3 cents Miller Brisis the place to get laitJ loaded shells All sizes from luk to bird shot oc302t lr the next CO days S L Midkiff vvii offer his large stock of vehicles at ost 4scp tf J H Neff wants your geesel Highest market price I6octlt Get your cut flowers ant designs re Joe Schafhausen ent for Keller the Lexington florist Leave oiders t Heltons drug store oc30 2t A party of about twenty negro nni from WooOford county passed liroxisrh this city one night last weckgo ng to the coal mines in West Virginia T 0 Chenatdt delivered 79 head of aile Monday averaging 1400 pounds lii were recently bought by JIV IIIPS from Cincinnati parties ntOj- erts James H Fher of Bourbon county iu linen appointed administration of he rsate or his hrotltriiilaw H B Inr deceased He appeared in court Saturday and took the inquired oath T tnrrow night will be Halloween vlpi tho witches will dance nod trinae voters will be hoard The Re an Mitdiilntes have been hearing IK r voioes for some time as tho VIUIPS have been dtiuring In ghoulish lee on the parlys coffin every night nice AugtiiSent lo the Asylum has Coffee a 1C year old white boy t thk city was trued in the county nrt Saturday mid adjudged insane tie was taken 10 the Lexington Asylum he same day For Sale or Rent A nice twostorv pfilit room resl ente with g vid stable and garden and ther necessary outbuild on ecoml street For particulars call on r a jdress D B SIMCKELFORD ct2tf Richmond Ky P s at Paint Lick A Lodga of Knights of Pythias is to e organized at Paint Lick in a few Inys There am already several nights in the liulA town and only n ew more will lo required to have a ul lent number for an organization Bank Stick for Sale I will on Saturday Nov 2 at 2 p in ell publicly to the highest bidder In font of the court bouse 33 shares of armiTB National Bank stock Pur haner will bA siven credit from day of ale to Jan 1 1902 if desired ct23 2t MJS B H NEALE Mill Shut Down The Southern Lumber Companys Viewlosed arehrownrepairingIFMysteriously Disappeared Thomas Fielder the 1C year old son if John Fielder of Combs this county ysteriously disappeared from his loiue on September 9 leaving between ni liii ht and day and has not beer rard of since Ills parents have no lea what line beclmo of him and will e thankful for any information that ay locate the missing boy fiI o Z ou CI IWE WANTEDA LIz smart energetic boy 15yearaold who would like to learn the printing trade None other ned apply Call at this office Handloaded shells at Miller Bros oc302t Teeth extracted without pain 25 cents DR HOBJOX Richmond Ky round Oyster Shells will make your hens lay Finest egg producer in the world For sale by J 11 NEFF 232t Richmond Ky Next Monday will be court day and a more convenient day couldnt be found to pay the CLIMAX what you owe When you start to town just pnt a dollar in your pocket for us Richmond Man HonoredtAt the nwptint IIr the Grand Chapter of thn Kpiiniety ltitAl Arch Mnsons heM in Louisville last week Mr Kobt R RiiMiHtn of this dIV wnp fleeted Grand Kin r for the next year Cattle Sales G W Deatherage sold to J S Collins last week 71 head of cattle aver aging 1100 pounds at 4 per hundred Sant Oldham sold to G E Black 30 hend of the same weight at 3jc Jas Oldham sold 20 head to Black averag ug 000 pounds at 31c- Accidentally Shot At Paint Lick Monday while care lessly handling a rifle William Gafney accidentally shot Miko Noe the ball taking effect in the side The bullet was extracted and it now thought he will recover The bullets small cali ber was all that saved Noo New Mills at Ford The Burt BraJib Lumber Company at For are building new nud larger mills which it is thought will be com pleted in about three months Prepar ations are being made by the ford Lumber Company to build a much larger iuiLlin the near future Still Raided Capt Short mule an expedition out into Jcckfcon county last week looking for the wary moonshiner He ran up on a still in full blast on horse Lick under the management of four men soil a woman The still was destroyed and the worm and three gallons of whiskey were brought back hero Garratd Man to the Front A Washington dispatch says that Henry B Hackley a Kentuckiau is Consular Agent at Sierra Mojaria and candidate for promotion lIe has made a good record in the service Mr Hackley formerly lived at Paint Luck and lisa many friends in Uarrard county who will be glad to hear of him succesmSpecial Reduction Buffalo Rates Special conch excursions are an trounced via Queen Crescent Route and mil Four from points between Wjlliamstowu and Somerset each Tues lay Thursday and Saturday in Octo ber A great chance to visit the Pan American Tickets good five dat- Ak ticket agents for particulars oct 1C 3t Last on tho Ballot State Chaiunan J fl Smith of the Executive Committee of the Prohibi tion party hiss written to Secretary of State Hill protesting against the ar rangement of the ballot nod claiming that the Prohibition device should lire cede that of the Peoples party The protest was filed too late for a change to bo made Commissioners Sales S E Scott Commissioner sold last Tuesday the Lorn Williams farm of 20 urffil1par White Hail to Mrs Nannie Evans for J787 The purchase price covered the Judgment on tin property Also sold on Monday at public auc tiun tn Lvman Parrish the A B Stone residence on Irvine street for 500 Thp Jacksrn County S S Association Mr C A Van Winkle Chairman of the Jackson County Sunday School Association was here Saturday lIe Bays they are malting great preparations iou the County Convention which will be held at McKiie Saturday November 9 Prof A E Fox the ttate Secretary and several other prominent Suriday School workers will be present CQMMON SENSE l caslomersI I Goods at the Lowest Prices That is why our business has more then doubled during the pas few months Everything Iu our line of GROCERIES Is frrnh and new and every article sold at lower prices than you would bare to pay elsewhere Butter Eggs Meat And allothuPrcduceforHiuhest Market PrlCjIII CASH GOODS OR We cordially Invite the public to call at our tore get prices aud ex arulno our stock and we will convince you that vc aro out for hue KCC8 Goods promptly delivered iou pert of the city MILLER BROTHERSIir jtI1 t1 O tr1 a l Iirl Dr Hobson Denti8i IUehnond Ky nprlTtf A Prize Sweet Potato The Valley View Argent prints the following vegetable jam which Editor Sowers is willing to vouch for Rev G G Stocker of Baldwin is the prize ewcet potato grower of this section lie raised a sweet potato in hip patch that tipped the scales at nine and onehalf pounds It is about nine inches In diameter and is the Southern Queen variety A Hunting Party Three young men from Michigan passed through this city Monday ater noon in a camp wngonon thcirwnvto the mountains to boUt ThevieCt lan inJt about two weeks agowith the l Intention of spendinir the winter in Florida They went by Lie Hill toward Cumberland Gap and expect Ol to spent a few weeks in the mountains of North Carolina Accepted the Call Itev Dr Dodgoof Jacksonville Fla has notified the cession of the First Presbyterian ciinrch of his willingness to acrept the call recently tendered him by that congregation The Florida Presbytery released him from lila charge lit Jacksonville last week and he will move his family here in about two weeks Dr Dodo spent about tet days here in September preaching several times whflo here and during his stay he made a great many friends Saturdays Foot Ball Game Owing to a confusion of dates the Caldwel High School boys had a little more than they could attend to last Saturday A game was scheduledwith tho second team of Centre College but was canceled anti arrangements were made late in the week to play Berea again Much to tho surprise of the High School team both Centre aunt Berea showed up Saturday morning with their war paint on After some squabbling it was decided to settle the thing with Berea which they at once proceeded to do making a score of 11 toO in favor of tho homo team It was a good game with the usual exciting moments but with nothing to make it particularly remarkable Colored State Teachers Association 1 he Colored State Teachers Association will hold its annual session at Lex ington Ky beginning 2 p m December 25thand continuing until noon of the 27th inst The teachers and citi zens of Lexington have promised free entertainment to all active members of im Association Efforts are being made to induce the railroads to grant a one fare for tho round trip The Program Committee gives assurance of an order of exercises full of interest in struction and inspiration The State Superintendent of Public Instruction half dozen City Superintendents and many County Superintendents are ex pected to be in attendance Promi nent educators in other states will augment the value of the program GEESE WANTED Highest cash price paid for geese poultry and eggs and allother country produce J H Neff iSoct4tRichmond Ky Rummage Sale Since the beginningof tulle man has found pleasure in the minute exami nation ot his neighbors property The indulgence of this propensity is not always expedient or convenient Rarely twice in the life of an individual docs thuisojportunity conic toiudulgc this love of rummaging through valuableuseful and altogether interesting things as will soon be offered the good people of this city So dont fail to embrace this opportunity The ladies of the Pres byterian church bog you to come and rummage their possessions to your hearts content It will be well worth your time and trouble Things that you need and want and which you have long en vied your friends will delight your eyes There will bo things new and old valuable and invaluable pretty and ugly living and dead in shcrt things to delight thu heart of every man woman and child In Madison and adjoining counties may bo found at the Rummage Sal bpginuinl November 0 Another Far From Home Deputy Sheriff Richard Colver left Saturday for llr son N C to bring back a man by the name of Boshar who is wanted here for false swearing Boshar has proven himself a slick citizen andwith havo several charges to answer for and explain away when he is brought to trial Somn time ago several head of cattle were stolen from tho farm of Major John D Harris Two men by the name of Garrctt were arrested for tho theft and it was thought at the time that Hoshers was in It He went on thin bond of the other two to the amount of 1000 and then they nilskipped out It is said ho stole several hogs from a Big Hill farm to pay his expenses It turned out that the bond was worthless and it is principally for that that he is arrested Sheriff Colyer has successfully tracked im through the mountains and through East Tennessee filially landing him at Uryson The other two men probably went West but the officers are confi dent of getting tte whole push before the end of theyear Stops tho Ccuzh and Works c2 tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine lablets cure a told in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Now we know why Teddy Iloosey velt wears glasses Hes color blind Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets nt Stockton Hagana drug store They are pleasantinUbe is not followed by constipation as Is often the rase with pills Regular size 25c per box Ooctlm Gold pens were first rondo in 1840 Their sale today is 1500000 a year- tUrea Erases sad Itching UBmors Through The Blood Cost Nothing to Try iu B BB Botanic Blood Balm isiiow recognized as a certain and sure curl for Eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples carbuuClesI eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken internally ctire tho worst and most deepseated cases by enriching purifying nud vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy Mood supply to the skin Botanic Blood palm is the only euro to stay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Other remedies may relieve but B B B actually curl teals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skit K B B builds up the broken down body and makes the blood red and nourishing Over 8000 voluntary testimonials ofcarea IliUnle Blood Balm H BB IJru acfliktl Trial treatment free and Nt rel by writlmt Blood B ImCo AH tGiu Jibe trouble and tri 4vicc riYen until red X 1 Uci BOYS CLOTHING No where will you 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 Grown to Sole In the best style known to the clothiers Art A great assortment of Suits Overcoats Extra Trousers Shoes Hats Caps Gloves Hosiery Underwear Shirts Collars Ties Leggins Rain Coats etc at the lowest possible price consistent with highest quality Our Knee Pants Made of extra heavy fabric full double seats and knees warm and strong price oOc arc by far the best values weve ever offered in this line Keystone or urDyP ant For Boys and Men are well nigh indestructa bleevery pair fully guaranteed a new one free if they rip in any seamnothing better to hold a strong healthy boy Try them Our Leggins For Bojs 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 S 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 SHOES 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 cr Setting a Prisoner Free A man with rheumatism is a prisoner His fetters are none the less galling because they are invisible To him Perry Davis Painkiller comes ns a lib erator Rubbed well in the swollen stiffened joints it not merely drives away the pain it makes the muscles pliable that the prisoner beconips a free man There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25 and 50 cents A woman may dislike a r an who doesnt understand her and positively hate a man who does TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money Kit fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 centsgIheodore Roosevelt says he Is descended from Southerners A very steep descent too Uo Reasonable Man imagines that a neglected cold can be cured ina day The micountabln air cells in the lung are inflamed and the throat is as tender as an open sore But time and Allens LUng Balsam will overcome the cold and stave oil con sumption The cough will cense and the limps will be sound as ft now dollar All druggists sell Allens Lung Balsam- The things that go without saying are oftenest said The excitement incident to traveling petenhrinJSson no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera byStocktonAffectation marks tho absence of affection A7vv1 chic signature In on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet tho remedy that cores n cold in one day Venezuela is said to be in a bad way financially Dr Whites Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MM OKRA C HAHT State Agent 27feblyr Courage is a plant that cannot be de stroyed by plucking it up To put down the brake on the wagon going down the lull in a help to the heavilyloadedof applying the brake to a loaded wagon going up Mil If he did life sensible horses would probably balk Many a man is in the condition of pulling a load up hill with the brake set agaInst him When hula stomach is out of or der and the allied organs of digestion and nuitrition Impaired in their functions a friction Is set up which has to performancestomach makes a brain and tile man with a dillorderedstOl1Jaeh thedaysbuslneFsgets appointments Problems seem presented to hlsthindwzong end to This condition is entirely remedied by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Diricovery It puts the stomach and digestive autl nutritive system into a condition of perfectheahh stud give a clear brain steady hand arid a light step for the days duties When constipation clogs the chanBeli of tire body Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets will work an effectual cure to that disastrous d 8tMe Now they are iieing a grass cutting automobile in tht west OSM Scttfc Of RKVIICKg PKPSlK BLOOD TON 10 will mk you fitfrly ep rfcte wib liftw life Md wor Fur unto B La Md41WL iasI1y DO YOU WANT To sIll your REA rESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anykindthe particulars as I may be able to help yon Address J M N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va lalec Iv When a couple are in love the only thing that is sillier than their conversa- tIon is their letters The Koyal Month anti the lEoyal IINease especiallymore so than to the scrofulous and con cull p11 Ye Tile progress oi scrofula dur a normal October is commonly ret We never think of scrofula its bunches cutaneonseruptions and wrist ing of the bodily substancewithoutt- hinkIng of the greet good many suffer Irs from it have derived from floods Sarsaparilla whose radical and perma enoughtothe world There is probably not a city or town where Hoods Sarsaparilla 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 itt near relative consumption oct 9 1m Its generally easier to make love to all the girls some of the time than to some of the girls all the time Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grimett of tub place was stricken with partial paralysis andcom pletely lost the use of one arm and side After being treated by an eminent phy Mician for quite awhile without relief my wile recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and after using two bottles of it he is almost entirely cured Geo R McDonald Man Logan connty W partialuse of this liniment It is mosf widely known however as a cure for rheuma byStocktonThank God we dont breed anarch lets South of the Ohio river- SOMETflW NEW They cure dandruff hair falling nead OrdiMJlThe only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been intro sluiced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonderful comb is sImply unbreakable and is made so that it is absolutely imjtoitible to break or cut the halt Sold 0111 writ ten guarantee to give jierfecl satisfac tion in etenj respect Send stamps for one Lathes size 50c Gents size 85c Live men and women wanted everywhere to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success l See wanted nollcn in this paper Ad dress D N nOSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr It appears that after allthe new Presidents Southern policy will be 41144 When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to Stockton lagans drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two doses will make you welt They also cure billons ness sick headache and constipation odD un Summer is playing return date Tetter Sa1tlthetuun and liczcma 11e tetenso inching and smarting inci allayedbyappyi3kin OiHtmeat Many very bad cases oave been permanently cured by it It at efficient for itching piles said nipplesJiaplietimd chronic sore eyas 25 eta per box Dr CotHIiUottPewt1erfla- reiutwhala bone needs when in tod XMMtittuM Tonic blood purifier Bad mnlfng fcot tat iaadfcfett WttMbt M to M iMM ill prbM Mrtttfcur N II =I W 11 lLJ ct O IC c QLU Luc OJ C OJ tilE PIK or All the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily ate e THE uIAnd Busy BEE CASH STORE is being made for a great Fall Business n- vjKJHE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans 1 fer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALL GOODS The new fall andwinter Fabrics are more beautiful this season than ever before and it will be the aim of the Busy 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 countyAnyonethedoingthis city and it shall be our aim this fall to fight high prices and old time ways of doing busi RichBARGAINSDress hoods 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 yd Come early and take your pick TaffetaSilksstylish 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 Flan manyFallso low that you will wonder how we got them for you ENERGETIC uptodate cash buyers with bullion to back them can work miracles ard the LOW PRICES we are naming goods this fall is all due to this cause Will not permit us to quote prices on goods in our OUR SPCDomestic Department Suffice it taaKott we are in this Department only meet but beat any prices you will have quoted you else where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cassimers Apron Ginghams and everything known to the Domestic Department will be found here Nothing has escaped the eagle eyes of our buyers and not a single good thing has been passed up- Never before have we been able to offer such values Our buyers talk in buying this stock of Shoes and Boots We are for Fall and Winter wear at absolutely less than they talks in buying shoes Lot after lot were picket out planked down for them until we had all and more too than Boot up and Shoe up your entire family with less pair or two elsewhere Ve offer no shoddy stuff our firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every The very best manufacturers are represented in our Ladies Heavy Course and Fine Mens Work Shoes Boys and Mens Course rnd Fine Boots Childrens prices that are a death blow to competition FOR THE CLOTHING out Competition is found to take a back seat when they Our buyers went up against the Clothing market just clothing to buy but they couldnt help it they made for cash down and their offers were accepted We our own price You get it for just about onehalf what it Mens Boys Youths and Childrens Nobby Fall Vests Odd Coats and everything to be had in a first shown iu this department Our Childrens Suits from 98c quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits at 298 5 and 6 dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men ind 1259 are worth double the pric afked for them Our to everybody Call and see them Rirh are showing all short Jackets h Jackets are and Tans buyers bought out several east at prices that dale garments up Get BetCash Siore a fit We are for ladles The season We new coloring prices for up to through adm ollrI new thineand dering lioiv we can afford to name such low prices on them Dont forget lo take a peep into our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments We are headquarters for these goods We are solo agents for cac a ostAnd have just received a largo shipment of them in all the new styles Try an American Lady Corset and you will want no other TALKS Cash I on BOOTS SHOESWhen OUR UiNDERWEAR InUjiderwearOur flpcedllnetl Union Suits for Ladies and l hildren price 25c are being sold at double the price at other stores Our Metis fleecedlined vests and pants price 2uo Wlllltinourl1iJInil upto date anti our prices In hosiery with beIpleasing to you Our Childrens Hoiery is the best slect ed lot we have ever had and our Misses and mutes Hose aud Metis Sox are the folks of the town Call and see them Goods3hirlsJtiviuJthem tVhnItain ou tCt Your Bow We carry everything you want in small wares No lions etc Our buyers spout whole days in the Notion Department and nothing new and pretty escaped their eyus Vn are showing numerous pretty new things in Jewelry and Notions Call and see them Blankets and ComfortsAre piled mountain high on our tables and counters Never was such 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 White Blankets and Gray Blankets with beautiful blue pink arid borders for 48c each Our Comforts run qualityYouset you up for housekeeping in this Dapartment Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow- Cases White Spreads and these can be had here Calland see them CASH Cash always talks If you pay cash you want to roods from merchants who debtsYourOUR MOTTOHUnde buy Undersell Cash down when goods arede1iveredt Thanking you for past patronage and extending toyou an earnest invitation to call and see us and make our house your home lIl city we are very respt W D OLDIiAM COMPANY0 IF WE PLEASE YOU Vfify OIJH II IF NOT TELL U8 4e 9 2 w1wi i r w rcw ILL I a loiisie Si italic Sailroii Schedule la effect May 1901J DAILY EX SUNDAY RAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For eml11esLanenceburJllsbell 310 6OS m For Irvine 1158am For Millers Creek 330 pm TRVIN3 ARRIVE KICHilOVD From Ixralsvllla Lexington and ll5 a m Cincinnati S30pui From Irvine 255 pm From 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71IOME OFICE C No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON The Mutual Life Insurance Co OF KENTUCKY Home Office and Market Streets Louisville Kentucky 0OnGANIZ D IN 1866 Geo JWMbrns President Joseph Pettus Treas w W President JasB Steadman Dir David Merriwether Secy Geo M Boone Actuary ThirtyFifth SemiAnnual Statement June 30 J90JtIo IAdmitted Assets 3029475 01 Surplus 200OJ5 0 J DIRECTORS I WI Morris President W lute VicePretiident Secretary Pettus Treasurer Ja Director lloone Actuary It Gordon Attorney I Estate Silver NICKEL t u I f UNEEOME POLISH Sljuiy Democrats superior Vcdnenday Saturday 100 Saturday commission COURIE SPECIAL Both r Druggists pays dead nearly Investment Company Richmond BAIRD WARE there 3 on sires other KY Fifth Hite J Medical Ilomna ratio Investment Med Joeeph Cli FirstNationalAttilla Cox PrpRideiit Columbia Fl nance anal Trust Co John W Darr Jr VPloKlelityTJUet Safety M Muldoon PresMpnHHMat Marble Works Chas ralevHleTioStovt i7 TC Beck Jr eArenttiJ BnruC- L LAND STOCK AND CROP 0 B F Death raA8 sold to J W Bales 40 fat hogs at 545 The commercial apple crop of 1901 according to the final report of the American Agriculturalist is placed at 23000000 barrels against 48000000 bar rels one year ago and nearly 70000000 barrels in tho banner crop year of 1895 Joseph Downing of the Cbilesburp neighborhoodis delivering 200 barrells- of old corn here at Iper barrelMr Uaggin is reported to have sold the fodder from his 800 acre corn crop at 25 cents per shock in round numbers 10 000 shucks Lexington Gazette At Mt Sterling court Brent Hutch caft bought about SO head of feeders at 3 cents per pound Quite a number of cattle on tho market with slow sale Diebest cattle brought fiom 3 to 8Jc Mrs Ev Rogers farm of SOS acr on the Hume pike was rented on Satur day at public auction to John Tuoy forjl805 Paris News An old adage is forewarned is fore armed The poor quality ofour corn this year behooves our farmers to begin right now to select from their corn tj best matured years forsned while husk ing proceeds and store them where they will keep thoroughly drysays tho Lex ington Gazette Seed corn is found to be an object in the opting the more so from the fact that the great corn pro ducing States have no bettor quality than we have and we lannot look to them as formerly for better seed to any extent EP Woods shipped to Cincinnati Saturday a car load of hops he bought in thii section at J to 5 1C lI r Wood bought of Murk Hardin a bunch of heifer calves at 7and of J B Foster some heifers at 2eThIn Pence bought of Sam Ballard a hunch of sheep at 2 25 and M II Jieazley some 110pound hogs at 5Jc Cliarlton Alexander Jrof Paris fold loSuizher ser it Schwartzchlld of New York 3CO tine export cattle for Llvirponl ami London niarkes fur IiriMinH lii f The price leceivcd Jigungtitos STOCXO This is conceded to bu the finest ship mont and best prire yet lilildeCapt- P D English reports a lisrht bupply of common cattle on the market Thirty 2yearold steers medium quaiitv6old at 126 25 yearlinge about the same quality at same prices milch cows 25 to 30 medium horse mule S78 one pair light horse mules fHi one pair 14 hand horse mules SIOODmlilIe Advocate Looking for Location A dispatch says Educational matters occupied tho time of the Ken tucky Synod at Hopkiusville to day The principal discussion today related to the higher education of women The Synod has under consideration till proposition which has for rears engaged interest the founding of a school with ample buildings and endowment fur the higher education of women The bynod will seek time cooperation of the other Synod of the State in this matte r Bids will probably be asked for a loca tion and means will be solicited to found an institution that will do for the young women of the church what is now being done for the young min at Central University in Danville Youtsey Wants to Talk Murder will out We have it from an authoritative source that Youtsey the scapegoat is anxious to talk and unfold the story of the foulest crime of the centuryprovided he is pardoned However those in a position to listen to such a proposition from the ex auditors clerk it is said want the talkee first and the restoration to liberty might come afterwards Har rodsburg Democrat Rural Free Delivery The Postoffice Department has is sued a notice that rural free delivery will be established on the routes recommended by Inspectors or not at all This decision has been caused by pressure from fourthclass postmasters through their Congressmen to save their office Money in Stilling Four and onehalf gallons ot spirits are made from a bushel of corn With corn at 60 cents a bushel the spirits cost- a fraction over 13 cents a gallon Letters have been received at Con stantinople from Miss Stone the captive missionary and her female companion urging that pursuit of the bri gands be stopped and the ransom paid The kidnapers Miss Stone says are no longer courteous and considerate in their treatment of her Rev D M Sweets of Louisville who is wellknown here has been en gaged to deliver a number of addresses before the Yl C A of new Central University at Danville The Northern Methodist wit not ordain a Irian to preach the Gospelif he is a tobacco consumer Southern Math odists are moving in the same direction Sewing as a business is an exacting and exhausting occupation Long hours fine work poor light unhealthy atmosphere these are only some of which fret the nerves and hurt the gen eral health Often there is a diseased condition or the womanly organism which causes backache or b and the working of the sewing machine under such is akin to torture Thousands of women who work grateruRV Pierce whose PavoritePrescription their womanly ills and established their general health Favorite esIta1l1ishes ity dries JJHT healthy aad offen sive drains heals inflammation and ulceration and- cuesfemaieweak Itweak women strong aad sick women well Sick women are Invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter and s avoid the indelicate questionings offensive ex- aMinationS and local treat JIGsicladreMj r R V Pierce Buffalo N Y lOt K t pleasure recommending Dr pierces Favorite Prescription for female weak ness writes Mrs SMauuah Fcrmeater JHk Store Shelby Co Texas I WM troubled hipferI tried w Favorite IlescripUon and six hot ettwi Me 11Ct1 like a person aad I HM k Dr Keree for health Life U a Vkrfe toy UK without health I have told pwt mMjr of a y JriewSa about UK great BM4MM I Dr Tierce Common Sewe Italkid tWI8OIipt jy on iHtiat at of tamiling Mr Ae Uc oJ V ttm fttiot 1fY i Jt The OdTHnc Circus Show These here qrcuses we see Aint the sort that used to be Great big wonderful affairs tKeeps us ecatterin our stares Long the strungout rows o rings Trying to see all the timings Till our rubbernecks gits sore As a bile and every pore Sweatin plum from head to feet From excitement and tho heat All our eyes gits fancied so Seems theyre swappin pjuces go Rollin up an down tile Sort o in bewilderment Tryin to see it all till they Cit right in each others wajl Leave Ihe tent plum certain we Havent PieiTtlie huff lgec An rount the town wesneuk Lookitt crosseyed for n week Give us them oP fashioned shows Seats frpilin up in rows Round ti tfiiiKle throwedup ring Where hey showed us overytliiiij In a hiictth an wo cmtd set Vatfhiti em an never fret Thinkin there was soniethin we Wasnt goin to git to see 01 ringmaster used to bring Of himself into the ring Dressed in Major Ginral clothes Trimmed lii gold from head to toes Then hed crack h s whip an in Danced the clown with funny grin Sayiii to us Howdy folkt Then begin acrackin Jukes An wed laugh till teaiVd rise Threateniu to drown our eyes From the eddirated hog Thro the hull durned catalogue Clear to Mamsell Centiped On her bareback Rabian Meet Jitnin thio a hoop o tire They would show aid never tire Any nf us rubbernecks Of the mIlt or woman sex Aint no use o till kin thofo Durn newstjle in corgus shows Down the tent fur lUlU a mill When it comes to rnttlin fport O thecatifyin sort Jest aini in the sramo y j With lilt hliowitu long rgtEx IuVus Little Rail Itf ers Ileve- lilisiiiiiitt I hiv are sac pnxnpt ginll IFertive fit removing nil in piiriiiis fn n tho r and bowel mall auil cwsy to take Ne urgi ipe in ilietrcss Fiuiy 111011 iS Not that the Departments case against Schloy is all in one wonders why the charges were ever made against him Outsiders like the New York Sun Maclay and a few of their associates might have been in honest ignorance of the facts in the case but Secretary Long and the higher odicers of the Department must have known how utterly baseless the slanders were Before the trial it was aptly said that the Navy Department itself was on trial quite as much as Schley now it maybe said with equal truth that the Depart meat has been convicted of deliberate ly hounding an able patriotic and courageous officer who had done hie duty with perfect success Time Navy ring including Secretary Loop was either stiamclully ignorant or shame hilly prejudiced in either case it should suffer some sort of punishment C M Phelps Furestdale Vt says his child was completely cured of a had ease of eczema by the uso of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Beware ol all counterfeits It instantly relieves piles PJJRKV THOMAS It is just possible that tho war begun by the Sugar Trust against the beet sugar factories of the West will lead to its own downfall Itis certain that the Trust is losing money by selling at 3i cents a pound in the beet suear territory but it is by no means certain that the beet sugar men will do the same the reason being that the byproducts of beet sugar extraction are nearly as valuable as the sugar for stock feeding purposes Once let this bo realized by farmers generally and time sugar trust is doomed The farmer will send his beets to the factory to be made into sugar and get back tho refuse which alone will pay all his expenses 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 the trouble and drows out the inflammation The childrens favorite Cough Cure PEUKY THOMAS The only portrait which has appear ed of exGov Thomas G Jones of Ala bcma who has been appointed a Federal Judge by President Roosevelt because of his emiuet allillwithout reference to the fact that ho is a Democrat is to be found in time magazine number of The Outlook for November 3 a year The Outlook Co 287 Fourth avenue New York Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a mere to nature It affords the stomach complete and absolute rest by digesting the food you eat You dont have to diet but can enjoy all time good food you want Koilol Dyspepsia Cure instantly relieves that distressed feeling after eating giving you new life and vigor PERKY THOMAS It is not often that a magazine has a contributor 101 years old In The Outlook for November the starry of the battle of Lake Champlain irftold by an eyo witness Mr Benajah Phelps who reached the ago of 101 years last March Ia year The Outlook Co 287 Fourth avenue New York A WASHINGTON special says that President Roosevelts first message to Congress will be short It will not contain a long review of tho detailed work of the varinnq departments The President hopes not only tn shorten his message but to make it what a t1t1paclThin Republican Senators who winked at each other when Teddy enunciated his tOiceseekcrs policy are now star lug aghast at its application Reform are1lRvejalways cans merely as spring to catch wood chnch bOIGovemor 1inee1forelse youd like Henry Time Maryland Republicans seem to be restricted in their candidates for election to the Senate to Wellington and Mudd Theyll both be mud when tho fight is over- Accorditmgto the voting lists of some years ago Tammany is bally beaten r1Tammanyelection by the votes of this year It seems after all that Sulu had its friends in that Episcopal conference in San Francisco that tried to adopt laws making divorce ftr difficult Themanwho Jives OH top of a joynot- MnlhoUidAtflIj4et to eliaw A slip of tIme tesis fcoft4rdangerous than YKp M tlCflr ftnVbw iuuiwi M Cldjc Mrs Ellen Ripley Chaplain Ladies Aid Grand Army of the Republic NO7 222 loth Ave N E Minneapolis Minn Strongly Endorses Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound er DEAR MRS PINKHAM Your Vegetable Compound cured me ofulceration of the womb and getting such a complete cure I felt that the medicine had genuine merit and was well worth recommending to other sick women For fifteen years I have been your friend I have never written you before but I have advised hundreds of women to take your medicine in fact it is the only real reliable remedy I know of for a sickwoman u I have not yet found a case of ovarian or womb trouble which has not been relieved or cured by the faithful use of Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound I You have brought health to hundreds of women in Minneapolis as you have no doubt to others over the countryMRS ELLEN RIPLEY 5000 FORFEIT IF TIlE ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENUINE When women are troubled with irregular or painful menstruation weakness leucprrhoca displacement or ulceratiou of the womb that bear ingdown feeling inflammation of the ovaries backache flatulence general debility indigestion and nervous prostration they should remember there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Plnklmras Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles No other medicine in the world has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles Refuse to buy any other medicine Go to D P ARMERS for the largest stock and lowest prices in Jewelry Line octl11- ivQOL COAL UQALS We have just opened a- NEW COAL YARD on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the best Coal at the lowest price We handle the celebrated Beatty yule Coal which has no equal on the market Prompt ser vice full weight Give us a ca- llllttiI1 o1 Phone 1SL JACK FREEMAN Mgr oct612w The Burlingtons California Excursions Personally Conducted Every Wednesday night from St Louis and Chicago the H1rlin tons Personally Conducted Tourist Weeper 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 tho Burlingtons passenger serviceVery Cheap to California and Return t Much less than half rates are made September 19 to 27 inclusive Final limit November 1- 5Homeseekers Excursions to the West and Northwest Including Nebraska Kansas Ciii orado Utah Montana California Washington Oregon and the Dakotas September S to 17 are time selected dates for these Autumn Exclusions The Burlington has the best trauma 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 nnd lot us advise you Any ticket ngent is the country can provide tickets via the Burlington- No journey to the far wast 5s con plate without the Hiirlinirton Uouie ap as a part of it It is lie greatrst l rllrof travel throughout tim lon liau Purchase It is tho main traveled road through the West Of its SOG4 miles of road 5000 milesare main trunk lines W M SHAW L W WAKELY DPA4OSVlneSt 0 PA Cincinnati O St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLlOTTj Gen Manager St Louis llo 6marly HALF FARE T- OMinneapolis Minn- October 8 9 U and J3 From points in Central Passenger As sedation Territory October 7 8 JO and J2 From points hi Southeastern Passenger Association Territory Tickets good tOreturn by deposits urj til October tOI1 account of First 20th Century Missionary Convention of Christian Church VIA Big Four Route Trains leave Cincinnati from Central Union Station daily 830 n in and 830 p nr and daily except Sunday 1220 p in Trains of LNQ O and n O H W enteriha Central Union Station Cincinnati where direct connection ii made with the Big Four cttJofJall O i Hii nutt at 1220 p in Thursday 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tried to curb TARUH b time use of powdery CAI gases and drugs III paste Their powders dry up the mutuous ineniliranes caiibinc hem to crak open and bleed The acids used in the inhulers have cuiirely eaten away the same that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and cannot reach the disease An old and experienced prac titioner who has for many years made a close study and ol the treat used not only relieves at once but cures CATARRH hy the CHUM the die charcec and curing alt inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually readies the afflicted parts This is known ah SNUFFLES the I TJRE and is sold at time ext rel1l1ly low price of One package iitniniim internal and ester ital meihcitie Kiitlicieni for a full nioiithV treatment and everything necePtiary to its perfect use SNEFFIES is the onlv perfect l UUE ever umiln stud is iow recojinired the only safe an ixvitive cure for that aniroving nnd dill It cures inflatnma tiim quickly and permanently and is aUn 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amount i in all instances 3rd It is so constructed so as tn 1 balanced with oc without Ihe fertilr j ment 4th The material la the very nest tur can buy and Is attractively finished makes it neat appearing as well as good If your ground jjrts Imrd we im n ILO V for you the hnnlcr ttii trn gets Ihe better we will phnv If fi If AVERYSDISC PLOWrt1 carry a full line if Hardware Farming Implimenti- aiul would le glad to hue you f x theta IL B SHACKELFORD CO Main Street or RICHMOND KY JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest Prices Best Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and Frames When You Have Money TO BUY YOUR Winter Stoves WE HAVE CONFIDENCE In our ability to save you money and inspire your confidence Our freshfrom factory car load proposition ready WYou Hear It DOUGHS SIMMONS HARDWARE STOVES FARMING IMPLEMENTS mdhlly