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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iI ii I I t RICHMOND CLIMAX jl k y I I GLUME 31T f IilRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1904 NUMBER 17 ii PHONE 80 IiEG WINES DRUGSTORE a GOR MAIN FIRST IilL f1 7171 7F FI ffi 7F ffi m The HusUiijD Cosh Stare 1 i IIitI II J fIit U I f Ii f t ii lR l I t I I I I II BARGAINS r Y t Gjrr r 11I FA IL r IJ lACKEY AND HAMILTON y 7I F 7I7I 7I 7I 75 717 ++ + + CALL AT++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN lest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed hy upto jlate and accommodation Ucnulse Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssssPhone 3 Second St On the Teeth Depends fth condition of the general health 4 tRI1I11vinl or filling decayed teeth mivtiiH removal of the cause of mi h disease Tljo skillful applica lii of of DENISTRY thi not only relieved pain but pro longed life Solid Gold Teeth 5 50 Gold Fills 1 50 Amalgam Fills 75 Teeth Extracted 25 All our work fully guaranteed Will- jTik Hitisfaotion u 4r all circum stancesV H Hobson Dentist I Richmond t Kentucky NEW YOR- KCLIPPERIB THE GREATEST THEATRICAL 4 SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy lOCIs ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Cud ItflL1SflERSSX JuGn 47 W 28TH STlJiwY01lL u 1pE Diamonds Watches Crocks c r Cutglass a All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones i ofverydescrption rThesear8 some or the V found at Lanes J Jwelry Slore If your watch or cloc refn e to go take them to Lane he Sr will fix them If ycur ring n eds resetting take it to LaneV hell fix that too I 1f yon want anything that II f an be found in a first class Jewelry establishment go to Lanes He is well fixed tI these kind of articles 5 LELanecf Jeweler and Optician I PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS R M MILLER ATTORSHTITLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office n the Burnam Building next door to armers National Bank Ieb3ly 1A SUJiJrv ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street U ft M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW iioiMOXD KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ult8 grocery JACKSON ROBERTS AtTObNEYS AND- COUkSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennett old law omce over Perry Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY lice in thr Dr Hobaon building MalnStreet DENTAL STJROBHT QT aGTvTVB st LbbsoTv iDPTISTc OF LOUISVILLE Kr 3OOce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 norlTly vM Blantonr DENTIST ib Bennett Building 1rOlllce TELEPHONE 196 IE ovanDo E OXance DO OsteopathicPhysicians Hobson Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Osthcopthy Etc tire Sale Mr S S Carrier and son who coo duct a Store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having an Immense fire sale and are offering things at ridiculously low prices Some Items mentioned are 9000 bushels of coal at 0 cts per bushel full line of groceries and other 1ner cliandiee all new and fresh cofFee lOcts per lb and up calico 5c work shirts 25 to SOc ready made garments latest fashions We also have meal flour corn feed bay seeds and locust cedar oak and chestnut posts any length for sale Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rent to pay and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can nflVr things ntouch low prices We pay cash for all kind of produce Give us a call 22Jun 6m OLD JOE WHISKY Handmade Sour Mash Everydrop gnarl teed to be pure It Is of old style manu facture No- BErTER can be found for medicinal pur pose You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 rear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 55 4jugs 210 5 0 h bottles 3 New Whisky S180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McRrzerp 5 p iT Good Clean Its a long way from the coal mines to the- o l bin And ifs along way from getting wit you want when You have to pay for screening Youwill get a load of satisfaction every time you buy- a load of coal from us Call or Telephone Bittyvi11 Coil C D R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 In and Yard Avarr DR XANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Sept 14 1904 For Shampooing Manicuring Fa clal Massage and all kinds of toilet req itsites call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to PIggs grocery on Main street SOatf For Rnbber Stamps call at this office SrV s rfareat Bargains yjfj We bave two hand maelQ huggles costing p125 each which will boW be offered at 550 each This hvan pppor tunityto secure a great bargaiii- Riclnnond Carriage Works 30mtf S L MidkifT Prop D W TRI6BLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY Addn5s WILBUR RSMITHL- EXLNCTON KY Tor circular of his famcrat and responetble CMWEKIAL COLlEGE OF KY UfiiYEBSITY Awarded Jfr lalj t WorlI Exixwlllon Refer to tltunnd ol rraIuates in potthn- Vut 01 Full Buiilnm CoureIneiudlngTuI Hiiarit in f clxrat sbothaidTypsWritrnra1elegraphy6peeialteT oa Th K ntitkr Vnltf rtitr wrded arlnatt IUt1tOrt trw lt dInov1leNtlOfl JIlrrnGaIIIIJ ftSIfo- III m re pr It Tf eddresi olpI- T u i t tngtonKy One coat every five years if you use Black Mammy Paint President and M Louis Landram The above is a splendid likeness of President Louis Landram and his attractive wife fit companion to one who is a fine type of the true Kentucky gentleman Mr Landram publishes the Lancaster Record one of the cleanest and best edited papers in the State the only absolutely and square independent paper in Kentucky Ho is President of the Kentucky Press Association and is regarded ai one of tho brightest and ablest members of tho Sourhern press Mr Landram is an Elk a member of our Richmond Lodge No 681 and has been Master of the Masonic Lodge at Lancaser fur seven successive terms and recently sent out a very unique souvenir to the members of his lodge It was a miniature lambskin apron appropriately inscribed with printers ink and had the blue ribbons forties Louis Landram in private life is as highly regarded as in the public Circles in which he is so worthily esteemed He is just gun tie and generous true to his friends and to himself None know him but to love him None name him but to prase Oil Roads in Fayette County The oiling of the roads in Fayette county and of the streets in Lexington has given such universal satisfaction that it must be continued says the Herald The oil used has a large percentage of asphaltum in it which if applied oftnn enough and in sufficient quantities will make what is practically an asphalt road The following item which appeared in a recent issue otbe Indian Textile Jourbal referring to the iTustless roads in France is of inter est in Kentucky now The Textile Journal says The engineer for the Seine and Marne Departments reports that after an urcessful trial of a mixture of oil and petroleum a costing of tar was in the s immer of 1002 laid down Tin seven different lengths of the road After carefully observing these during a period of twelve months he remarks that dust and mud have wholly disappeared and the cost of maintenance of the roads has been considerably reduced Further comparing the previous outlay on the roads with that of those with tarred surface he says It appears that it may be assumed that the tarring method requires no greater outlay and at the same time very considerably improves the condition of the roadway In La Cher two lengths of the Chansce Nationalwere coated with tar in June and August of 1902 Both these experiments have beer entirely succosful the road now being covered with an elastic skin while the sound of foot passengers tread Is mullld and horses and draft oxen require only onehalt the effort they put tonh The noise and vibra tion caused by the vehicular traffic Is much reduced and neither dust por mud is formed on the tarred surface Again the inhabitants of St Ainando and neigborhood as well as the officials of the bridges and roads department are satisfied as to the beneficial effect of the tar coating The Scarcity ot Turkeys There is going to be a falling off in the number of turkeys this fall if the scarcity of tobacco worms is any indication said one of our most progressive farmers to the Democrat Of course everyone in this section is aware that the delicate and delicious flavor of the bluegrars turkeys is im parted by a generous diet of tobacco worms and the scarcity of the latter this year is going to play havoc with the turkey crop this fall Why one of mT neighbors says that he found four halfgrown turkeys nearly starved to death in liis tobacco field owing to the absence of worms and it required the allIturkeys will have lobe cornfed this fall but its going to hurt the flavor of this usually delicious and highly es termed fowl Winchester Democrat For rubber stamps and supplies see Gordon Reid at Climax office Keep Your Honey at Home When you get a catalogue from a big mail order house just look andsee what they pay for product Also in vestigate and see how their terms ot credit are in Chile vnn dont have the rently cash how much they will sub settLe towards keeping up the sidewalks of your town Just write and see what they will give to assist the pnor ill your community After you have done this and received their reply go to your home murclutns get their prices deduct the ost of trans portation of the goods you are thinking of buying of the mail order houseand see if it is not more to your advantage to trade at home Central Record We purchased bnr vehicles to sell and it you will only call and get price we will prove this assertion and make of yon an everlasting friend and customer tf S L Midkiff Prop The Paint For Iron- From th Martin Iron and Steel Company Manufacturers of Bessemer and Foundry Pig Iron Ironton Ohio January 9 1904 Ashland Paint Co Ashland Ky Gentlemen We have used quite a number of barrels of Black Mammy Paint manufactured by the Ashland Paint Company Ash land Ky during the last four years on our blast furnace stacks hot blast stoves roofing etc and have found this paint to give entire sat isfaction in every particular and can cheerfully recommend it to any one desiring to purchase paint v ry truly TEE MARTIN IRON STEEL CO by lL A Hartlair Fro For Sale by GEO M WILLGING Richmond Ky L R BLANTON DEALER IN GoaJFeedSalt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Maui and B Streets tprSOlyr 1hcne 85 EAST TENNESSEETELEPHONE1OMPAMYS Long distance lines and telephone of this Company enable you to talk alpoet anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this section of the country I Wr solicit your patrohaga Rates re son able Equipments xad facllltle utisur passed JMCSCAL1WLL- IreiUec ijM r SiXrSS W T t o A 11 iu r i Consumption cOrsumpHOI1 consumptionC 1tPeople are that con SUfliptIOn is a irabIe disease It is neglected cons mptiol1 that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption et a botlle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglected consumption does not exist where Scotts Emulsion is Prompt use of ScottsEauls- ion checks the disease While it can be checked i Send for tree sample SCOTT BOWNE ChemistS IOJHIJ Pearl Street ewYo- rkocau4ooal1druisti FUEL ROOM BOMB PROOF Storing of Coal at Bock of Gibraltar Accomplished with Curious Plant The storing of coal at Gilbraltar Is accomplished by means of a very curious plant which has just been completed for the pumping station at Landport In the huge rockfortress the coal store boiler house and the engine room adjoining are worked under compressed air and are necessarily airtight The store to which the coal has to be conveyed is hewp out of the solid rock and Is absolutely bombproof A special fea ture is the arrangement of the coal plant In auch a way that it do s not interfere with the air pressure The coal Is lifted from the coal tip 57 feet below the hori zontal traveler This skip by which tho coal is conveyed is raised by means of a steel wire rope working over pulleys and found a driving drum The time occupied by the skip in traveling from coal tip to coal store IS two minutes At end and on a level with the sentrz box Is hewn outof the rock thilSI man who controls the gearing hoisting the skip is housed and has tically a full view of all three operations Womens Work in Korea As there are no laborsaving machines in Korea womens work is doneA by the crudest methods possible from hauling rice with heavy wood or stone pestle to washing clothes by beating them in the streams and ironing them with sticks says the StJames Gazette In order to iron the clothes must bo ripped apart and wrapped around a wooden roller while damp they are then beaten by either one or two women It is surprising to see the gloss onibe white calico and the sheen upon the linen produced by the method of ironing It surpasses the dressing one sees in this country on newlybought linen Since the people dress exclusively in white the womans dayand often much of the night toois spent In washing ironing and sewing New Auto Device Col Renaud of army aeronaut and automobile celebrity has just per formed another service for automobil ism There was recently laid before the French Academy of Sciences an Ingenious contrivance invented by him for measuring the power of motors It Is an apparatus which is attached to the axletree of tha motor and as the action developed is in proportion to the cube of the speed it is enough to register the number of revolutions in order to determine the speed and consequently the corresponding power Self registering tablets are provided to ob viate all necessity for making calculations The apparatus Is capable of registering up to 150 horsepower BUnd People of United States There are fewer blind people in the United States than in any othercoun try in the world in proportion to the population A Boys Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him tq die and a son riding for life 18 miles to pet Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds WH Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths jonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes l now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous rnrra of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove Us matchless merits for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaran teed bottles SOc and SI Trial bottles free at K 0 Stocktons drug store lmoI Important Notice c Tho Louisville Atlantic R R Cooj will continue their Sunday train eerc vice through the month of September on bchedulensat present Rates on Sunday re one fare for the roUidtrIp but no fare more than n50 H R Smith GFPA Elegant Homer Sale twill offer for sale privately the home formerly occupied by James Trvis deceased situated n rtheL NJI R depot in Richmqnd Ky Said place contains 5 J2 Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence of eight rooms JJ firstclass rop4i cistern and all neessary1oih buildings good orcb every thing to make it desirable place of residence Anyone dcsl to examine tba property the undersigned WIll Lait ia showing sam H RTEviS J I mytf RICHMOND KY r iII Looks welt because its U8KWdt Ifv Black Mammy Pafctfe t 1111 n r Success Clothing I IS BUT ANOTHER NAME FORS SCHLOSS CLOTHING It isllthe kind that helps you along in the world and is ever considerate of your pocket book Come to our Grand Opening of jS Fall and Winter Woolens the worlds choicest weavesconstituting many hundred patterns of smart fabrids from the great Tailoring House of Ociloss djros r Co = Jaltimore whose expert Cutter and Fitter will be here September 5th and 6th to take your measure and advise you as to what cloth and cut will be most becoming to you Remember the dates r September 5 and 6 II 1 w D OLDHAM eo i RICHMOND KENTUCKY Want beard Paint Protection Thepractical paintersays when yoir house is covered Pattns SUNPROOFPait and the paint covered by 5 year guaranty you have the best possible protection to your house and purse Pattons Sun Iroof Paint protects and beautifies MaTe otImrtst pigments awl oil sitii Just the right proportions of zinc ka4 Pattons secret formula It withstands sun and rain heat and cold twice as long as hand marie paint Guar anteed to wear well for five years usually lasts twice longSSend for book of Paint Knowledge aria Advice free to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee Wis Geo M Willgmg209 W Main st next to Madison NatI Bank t Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc JAyei Pillyour moustache or abeautiful brown or rich black tlse with 1 L Aycrs Pills Ayers Ayers Pills Keep this over and over The best laxative ri DYE4flirrT II 1jS BARGIN STORE Warm Weather Suggests 3 1Q Jr the necessity jfthe immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as Qare made mention of and the attractively low prices that prevail throughout this moneysavirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with 11 choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for V Extra good 12J Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaids Q checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc Corded Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists regular 12ic grade lOc We are showing beautiful line of Lawns Dimities oLe in all colors 5c up- Knicker Voile Suitings all the shades cheap at 2JC our price 15 Jacfi d 4 Voile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Vatfgafed Voile seven shades to select from 12c India Linen Ti to scI I 11 zyi Boys and Girls Stockings Specials 40 dozen boys and girlsii s B1dlbed Unread tJfkii jugs high epliced heals and toes and double knee a splendid wearing and driaayjckIng sizps o to Dl worth 3c at 15c pair 40 dozen Stockings the Iron wear kInds 2tbreat lre Maco 2x2 ribbed i double heel and toes made of servlceacle firm but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 25c at 15c per Mattings 10 IE and 20c vard Carpets 12 jc to 1 25 yard See our stock of Rugs Oil Cloth 20 to 75c vdJuqs Woo re showing this prettiest stock of Mens Suits at SI 98 to SIO ever shown in Richmond Youths Suits e J Ito 8 Knee Suits St to Meae Shirts 25c to SI Straw Hats men and boye 5 8 lOc up to SI 25 6Stock of Notions complete LaceCurtaiuslbeautiflIlllne tv ooloff from S9c to 6 pair Poles S and log l complete Brass extension rods 8 10 and 15c New Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 to IIF 1i Pants 40c Gowns 48c Skirts 60c Ask to see them Ladies Walking and Dress Skirts 1 25 t- oJP fti75 They are tuauties tMILLINERY ilora beautiful styles The smartept creations of the season are here and at surprielncly Low Prices Shirt Waist HaW the most beautiful styles at 1 tof29 Hundreds of beautiful trimmed Hats ready for A your choosing mi ked at special Low Prices to suit all purses Childrens School and Dress Hats Flow evil of every description Sedthcw ieachied 191mw Caces full size and fine quality choice wearing quahi tIOt 121 lsHRndkfrch le 10 8tJ1115 larssoli 4Oc to I05 CO rIIetB2 cto SIM hfces and Slipper v nil prices Plctnre Frames 5 lO 18 5 29 and 4ge We have just ecelved about BOO pictures frontSc up to 25c each Do not fall to see them Vjj have only a few Jardineres left at t 55293139atId4tCS k 10 3fP RiespctfuIIy MfcdTLiL We IU f Ji t Ii 0 c 0 a PiUsI t JE4 f i f Ld t i S 4S e S eSe Se e S S OS S SUeSS e S SGeSeSS S S SS S a n I i i ii cbs t 0 C 6 flS 0 0 tI 0a SS 5 Grand ZIoin Cu Sale-C 55S 553 SSS S e 5 0s Having decided to quit business at once we are offering S 0 iour entire stock ofS5 5s- 05SSS BOOTS 5 55 0eS 0 lillt hoes nod Gouts RIrnIsIllgsISS S 5SCeOs c 55 c SIs5lCeq are to out we 5SC SSS 5 e i LifeCSSC 5S- C from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and see 0e0e5 for OUrself All persons owing us will please call andsettle c 1 5l- 0I5 511 u c 0S55C 0s5 rCRUTChBR 5 j 1 0e 5 S KentuckyS 5 5 0S s 5 s S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S SSeUSSllS 0OOCS0SSCSS0CSS00SSOSC00SSCSS0SC 0S S SS S0 TheRichmondClimaxPUL1wUIVEKY Fhs Climax Printing Co Incorporated JO CUDNAULTP4dent-A D MILLXRDdfto Maiwgur WEDNESDAY SEPT 14 lOOt DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT ALTON B PARKER of New York FOR VICE PRESIDENT Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS of West Virginia FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES OK AMERICA WM JENNINGS RUYAN of Nebraska POI JUIH1 ITII AltIUJVTR 1IISTK1CT JAMES K CANTKILL of Scott county cty CaIIpIIIp inIHIHon 7st Snllivnn hMh eii appoint ed Chairman of the Democratic County CatcpniKii Committee This apimint meat which U moat worthily bestowed WM made by the State lanipaiieii ComI iItte A wiser selection not have been made since Mr Sullivan ie a horn leader lie is not only H Demo crat but M a gifted lawyer and likewise K refined aud cultured gentleman Democrat in this county should not for H moment permit th primary which will be held on the 24th interfere with their thnroaicb oiyiiiiaation Prospects for Democratic victory are flattering From all over the Union owes reports of the bright outlook for Parkers election and now with such aplendfd tniirnian our county should nome Ni with a big Democratic majori ty MMKk Mr John Farrel hue been appointed MiMitw Mechanic of the L A railroad in place of Mr Flynn raeigned Mr Kami te an expert in his line of work and lite appointment is a wise one FieeDtBells KMatyPBU Cut this out Alld1ta fullsize box f Bells Kid iiy Pi Is absolutely frEWI lvi may irieau death DeUells Ki lney PU will cure you Semi at nee to CT W Befits Sons Co Sta isgoodtniio septa rowet J food Mantel Sale We Have Concluded to go out of the Wood Mantel business and are now offering our large stock of Mantels Tiles and Grates at cost 1 Each Mantel is marked in plain figures complete with tile and grate of We offer these goods for immediate acceptance and ad vise that you callas early as possible and make your selec tion f Cash ONLY No periodi cal tickets will be taken i f CF1BroerCo11 Exclusive Sole Agents I MAIN AND BIIOADWA l LEXINGT NI Ky t11J 0 t t 1- I ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal3- rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 Judge John C Chenault There is a growing sontimnnt in favor of legislation requiringa candidate to be a licensed attorney before he is eligible to hold the office of County Judge The farmer is not selected to do the work of the surgeon nor the m take the place of tbe farmer and yet such a course would be as con with reason as the selection of one not versed in the law to fill the office oi County Judge Legal issues questions and propositions are pre sented to the Judge the solution of which requires legal information in a higber degree than to fill the place of County Attorney which office requires a practicing attorney This sentiment together with a desire to reduce public expense and thereby the rate of taxation has caused many taxpayers to call on Judge John C Chenault to become a candidate for County Judge of Madison County This distinguished gentl man has yielded to these solicitations and is a candidate for County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic primaryon September 24 He was born in 1855 and is of French and Irish descent pos sessing the life wit sagacity and mental vigor of an eminent ancestry He is in fellowship with the Masons anti the Elks and a member of the Bap tilt churchHis allegiance to the Democratic party and his able advocacy 6f its principles are highly commendable lie rises above party factions and ad heres to the doctrine of equal rights to all and exclusive piivileges to none lie is eminent in the legal profession having been a successful practicing lawyer for more than twenty yours which evinces the fact that he is thoroughly equipped to discharge thb duties of the office of County Judge or to dispose of any public trust in a creditable manner Ills brilliant official career in the past is the best guaranty what his service would bo if he should be elected He served as Judge of the Cityof Richmond for four yrs and ten years as Judge of the Madison County Court his administration beine marked by a period of general prosperity nd satisfaction produced byeconomy in public expenditures and a low rate of touation which was only 31 J cents on 100 or 31500 during the last year of his tern 10000 being appropriated for improving the Court House making the current expenses only 21500 It is claimed that the rate of tax lion is now 60 cents vrbich raises 00000 and that the expenditures arE nearly 40000 more than tne tbe last year of Judge Chenaults service This disparity in the two adumbrations has provoked the candidacy fOI Judge Chenault by many citizens requesting him to make the race The Judgeship is the chief county office and his expdrloncein that and other places of public trust with an unimpeachable public and private lite make a strong appeal to the good citizens of the county He has fixed convictions in favor of rights with the courage to maintain them and his Los of friends are hcpeful of his nomination and election M D HUGHES We are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Flcue Return All election officers holding seals and keys from lust election will please re turn same at once to County Clerks office Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies conIditloneustachian tube When this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperlect hearing and when it is en tirely closed deafness is tbe result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ton are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu cries services We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of dearness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for rirculars free F J CHKSKV Co Toledo O Sold by druroiati 75c Jj- tKallB Family PHU lire the bet Roger Williams Cigars Frasa Bros Compliment to a Richmond Boy It is always with deep interest that home people hear of any news concern ing one of Richmonds sons living in other places A Richmond boy who has won distinction for himself in his chosen line of work is Rev William Crowe Jr of Frankfort Ky Follow ing in the steps of his lather the late lamented Rev William Crowe who was one of the leading Presbyterian ministers in this state he upon leaving college entered the Louisville Theological Seminary finishing his studies there in 1890 Soon after being ordained as a minister he was call ed to the pastorateofthe Presbyterian heIin Louisville Mr Crowe has been pastor of the Frankort church for over eight years and his congregation will rive him up with reluctance Un der splendid likeness the Louisville savsI minister the church ex by the for mer pastor Mr Sweets will not be per mitted to lap congratulateworthily bestowed Percy Breck Harried News has reached here from far away Oregon of the marriage of Mr Percy Breck and Miss Maiy Weller which occurred recently in Baker City where Mr Breck is a popular and prosperous young business man Mr Breck is a son of Hon and Mrs C H Breckof this city and although he has been away from his native heath for a number of years he is quite well remembered by his many oldfriends and ac quaint ncl His bride Is said to be very attractive and to possess many admirable traits The CLIMAX extends congratulations and wishes Mr and Mrs Breck unalloyed happiness Work on Mr Carl Todds new home on Glyndon Ayenue la progress nicely Controversy with City Attorney Jackson Resulting from Published Criticisms of his Failure to Report a Violation of the Sunday Salcjon Law t Mr Jacksons Response r As a public official I feel called upon to make answer to the unjust And vicious attack made in glaring headlines in Wednesdays CLIMAX Mr A D Miller whose name is signed to that article is the putative author of a provision of the saloonists bond to the effect that selling liquor on Sunday shall operate as a forfeiture of tho license granted by the city to sa loon keepers On the 29th of August W W Tevis was tried in the Richmond Police Court under a city ordinance for selling whisky on Sunday I prosecu ted him as was my duty at the trial and the defendant was convicted and paid his fine I notified Mr Miller that the trial was to take place and ha and another member of the Council were present heard the proof and the judgment of the Court Mr Miller never mention ed this matter to me from that time He never informed me that he would move for the revocation of Tevis cense he never asked me as City At torney for any opinion as to the power of the City Council to revoke ones Ii cense at will or the power of the City Council to revoke ones license without notice tQ the licensee that he might have opportunity to appear and defend or of the power of the City Council even under a bond provision to that effect to cancel a license without official notice of a trial and conviction by a court of competent jurisdiction When the Council met still never hav lug revealed to me his program oi asked my counsel in any respect Mr Miller moved that the be revoked on account of his having been convicted of selling liquor on Sunday tThe Mayor declared the motion out of order saying that until this Connci has official notification of the trial and conviction of Mr Tevis you cannot re voke his license and that official no tice meant a certified copy of the record of his trial and conviction from the court tryinc him The law does not direct nor contemplate that I as City Attorney shall whisper into each Councilmans ear each time he votes now he shall vote or that I shall per suade him to vote upon matters as it seems to me HE should vote It does not direct me to run a class of parliamentary low or to pickup floundering councilman whose ignorance and in efficiency causes him to wilt and give up when receiving a parliamentary thrust I am not a member of the Citys Legislative DepartmentI can make no motion as a Councilman It is unjust and absurd therefore to con tend that after I discharged my duty in the Police Court and convicted W W Tevis of selling whisky on Sunday with no request from the City Council menwith no request from Mr Miller who was present at Teyis trialIshould of my own volition in a body where I hal no vote regardless of any expressed wish of the Council to me in the premises conduct a fight for a can cellation of his licensewhen that cancellation could not be made by the City Attorney or anybody else SAVE the Council to which body all matters of this kind address themselves and over which they alone have supervision and power to act True if I had knowledge of the vio lation of the provisions of ouet bond with the City operating under a Ii cense and the City Council knew noth jug of that violation I should notify them that THEY might takesuch action as they deemed proper notstep in my sell an attempt to usurp the powers and duties of the Council in reference there to Nor could I rightfully or legally in anticipation of their wishes prepareP necessary affidavits or course of action for them But how far is the present case from this Every member of that Council knew 01 Tevis1 conviction Two members of the Council including Mr Miller weic present at this trial and it becomes 8 ludicrous farce to make it appear that because I did not report his conviction or Mr Allman failed to report his con viction the blame shifts and for the inability of Mr Miller to paddle hit own canoe when once bo started Wt should bear the blame I brand as false the statement that Igave any information to the other side that court records would be necessary before TeviV license could be revoked My first intimation that such a point of order would be raised was when the Mayor made the decision had never beei counseling or giving inforniRtlan to the Other and my only declaration upon this subject was at my post of dnty as City Attorney when asked at a public meeting by a mem bir of the City Council in the presence and hearing of the public as to whether the Mayors interpretation of official notification was correct and to which I responded in the affirmative Asa matter of fact when this point of order was raised by the Mayor the Police Court records had never been prepared bv Judge RIces clerk and could not htve been then and there produced But did Mr Miller posing now as a hero of reform conduct himself as one at this Council meeting If it was the sense of the Council to revoke this cense why did he not appeal from the decision of the chair if he thought at that time as be evidently did and as the Register article states that either the Ciiy Attorney or Chief of Police Ciuid official information And if HE thoucrht that although he was present at the Tevis trial their notice would be more potent than his why did he not call upon them for statement as to whether Tevis had been convictedIf other band he wanted to be vigilant why did he not ask that an adjournedmeeting 01 the Council be held in the future when after an entrace upon the Police Court order book the Judge or Clerk of that Court could furnish a certified copy of the records Was Mr Miller mealy so shocked at a failure of Mr All man or myself to tell them a fact that he and all the other members of the Council well knew and of which he had actual information namely Tevis conviction that merely as a LAST resort he volunteered to make motionHis itself preparedwith care and written on a typewriter shows that this was no EXTEMPORE proceeding on his part and because when the time came he was beaten in a preliminary contest and made no effort to save himself it strikes me that it is to say the least of it lack of courage and good taste combined to try to cloak his own ignorance and failure by flourishing a trumped up garb of dereliction to duty and throwing it upon the shoulders of anotherAnn now with this statement of the facts I dismiss the matter for good However I desire to say that if the Council wishes to revoke Mr Tevis licence at its next session the matte is in their hands They are the ones to do sonot the City Attorney and though in public Mr Miller has abused me for not giving him information whiCh he himself pOESessed I have filed with that gentleman a certified copy of the Police Court judgment then let Mr Tevise license be revoked or not the responsibility is with Mr Miller and the Council Mr Miller knows of his own personal knowledge that strain and again have I as City Attorney had witnesses examined lit the Police Court as to where they bought their whiskey on Sunday that I have been probing in my examination of them after the regular crimi throujrbthised and conviction had in the Tevis case Since Mr Millers article has appear ed however I have learned of one or more persona who have been In one or more saloons on Sunday sincn his bend provision and I shall have an Invest cation of their knowledge of thIs violation regardless of whom it may impli cate J rALIlOTJJ J50N September 0 1901 J ti My RejoinderI In an adjoining column appears City Attorney Jacksons reply to my criticism of his conduct before and during the last mtt1ngof the City Council Mr Jacksons reply appeared in Fridays Register and though he has made no request that it be published in this paper I dc it volun tarily that those read my criti clam may read his defense I hope his card will ne carefully read before this rejoinder is perused The issue between Mr Jackson and simplebuttranscending the mere qutstlon of whether I am vindicated or Mr Jack sons position is correct in this case He takes offense atthe allegation in my last issue that City Attorney Mr J Talbot Jackson has come in for no small share of criticism for what is alleged to have been neglectresentative of the lawabiding taxpayels of Richmond it was ntirelydlfIerent he occupied on this occasion so it is generally admitted other wise the question is currently asked What is the City At torney for to prosecute offen ders of the law or to counsel how to evade or hnrtfully post pone its enforcement That there may be no misunder standing I reiterate all I said in any article in last weeks CLUIAX and shah not permit Mr Jacksons ridi cule of my ignorance and inefficien cy to deter me from my duty as I see it and that the taxpayers may decide who is to perform the duties of their City Attorney the official who draws a salary out of tbe city treas ury or members of the Council who give of their time and thought to the compensaUonand inconvenience Mr Jackson would have us believe that his duty in this particular case ceased when hem the Police Court con victed the offender against the Sunday saloon law of Kentucky But I charge that his duty was then only half done and that by failing to give to the Council prompt oflicial notification of the trial and conviction of said offen der he neglected an opportunity to enforce the law and I challenge him to deny it Here is the law as plain as the nose on a mans face and citi zens must see that in a critical mo ment the City Attorney was the ONLY partywho displayed lack of courage and good taste and tried to cloak his ignorance and failure by throwing it upon the shoulders of another lie the City Attorney tliall report PROMPTLY the BOARD OF COUN CIL tilt twines and offenses of any jtenon doing business under a LICENSE from the authorities of the city WHO WHO MAY BE CONVICTED OF A VIOLATION OF THE CONDITIONS OF THEIR BOND or of the condition rpon which tudi LICENSE were granted and tIle date oftuch conviction ByLam and Ordinances City of Richmond Ky 1901 Sectlm 42 jtarayraph 4 page 30 Here is what I charged last week and I charge it again With full knowledge of the the trial and conviction for violation of this ordinance two weeks ago citizens claim that it was Mr Jacksons plain duty to officially notify the Council in open session that such VI- Olation had been committed in stead of indifferently leaving such a matter to members of the Council to report The law is as explicit as the English language can make it anti no matter who else had knowledge of the conviction it was the duty of the City Attorney to report it I challenge Mr Jackson to deny that allegation The duties of the City Attorney as prescribed above leaves Mr Jackson absolutelyno ground to stand upon in this contro versyand it is almost sufficient to leave the discussion here But Mr Jackson indulges in some bitingsar casm at my expense ridiculingmy ignorance of parliamentary law etc which deserves a few remarks Con ceding that I was not as smart as those who had been investigating ways and means of evading the law was it not Mr Jacksons duty todad vise the Council in that critical mo ment of doubt and uncertainty how to proceed instead of having the ef fronteryto rejoice because of our helplessness to uphold the majestyof the law that it was ills DUTY to en forcewithout waiting to be notified by anybody to do so Let us see what the law gays about the City Attorney advising the CouncilSec 42 paragraph 6 page 30 He shall attend all meetings of the Board of Council and CONSULT AND AD VISE with the Board of Council and REPORT ALL QUESTIONS OF DOUBT TO THEM VOlt THEIR INSTRUCTION Was there not a question of doubt before the Council and when as he admits in his article he saw me floundering in ignorance in an effort to do that which was too distasteful for him to do why did he not como to the rescue Did he not exhibit a lack of vigilance courage and good taste Mr Jacksons ridicule of my lack of parliamentary kill is an unintended compliment to myself for I did the very bet 1 could to retrieve the erjror he committed in failing to obey the plain provisions rbove quoted proscribing his duty as City Attorney Mr Jackson should be equally in terested with myself and other members of the Council in seeing tbe laws and ordinances enforced without respect of persons indeed it is his paramount duty to do so But he had committed himself to another course in this Instance so I am reliably informed in these words uttered on Main street after tbe meeting of the Council I OWE NOTHING TO AN SIL MILLER I SHALL STAND nr MY FRIENDS or words to that effect And so he owed nothing to met true But did be not owe every thing to Richmond And did he not owe it to himself to discharge his whole duty without fear or favor especially in the FiusrTcae that came before him after the passage of the law All eyes wore upon the Council that had unanimously passed the law making the penalty for selling liquor on the Sabbath a forfeiture of the bond in addition to the fine levied in the City Court This law was enacted as the surest preventive of the continued violations of the statutespassed by the Council unanImouslynot to please mpbut complaintsfrom Impoteut l Sunday It is a good Jaw if enforced but if the City Attorney acts upon the principle announced above by him hlslwlole I i But they will dcct him hereafter to t tWcityof Richmond before the Coqnllan4 not come empty handed Ho its meetings with no vice to give in critical moments in all questions of doubt that affect the peuc welfare of Richmond- A vigilant City Attorney knows uo friends In the performance of his dutyojSaloons who obey the law biyve a perfect right to that offenders against it shall be punished Citizens expect and demand It Justice demands it But sulh favoritism by officers defeats the enlls of justice and turns legal proceedings a farce It breeds contempt the law which spreads from the officers of the law through the whole commu nity and each man becomes a law unto himself In this discussion I desire it under stood that there can be nothing per sonal between Mr Jackson and my self I have always been his friend and supporter But like himself I am a sworn officer of this city and as a newspaper man owing a duty to the public to keefit posted about its public this plain neglect of duty this lost opportu nitythat resulted in khe Defeat of justice in her own temple- If Mr Jackson has a different con ception of his duty to the people that have beenso indulgnt with him let him out wherein I haVe done wrongasI have from the Jawsof our cityshown him derelict and I shall gladly publishany just criticism of myself or others as I have his reply herewith free of chargeA MILLEt Member City Council JiyersSometimes properly nourished It suffers for food starves Then it falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a HairVigor hair food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dan druff disappears My hair WM coming oat terribly Twa i almost afraid to comb It Hut Ayert Hair Vigor promptly itonned the railing and alto restored the natural color Sins EU K WARD Landing N J bottle J c AVER co All Ijowell Maxi dnK2Ihfor Poor Hair Mr Jos H Kennedy The subject of this sketch is a candi date lur jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Jell ocrllllC primary to be held September 21 1904 He was born in Garrard county on February 9 1841 is of Irish descent and he is in many a remarkable titan having distinguishing character istics He was married twicefirst to Miss Austin alter her death to Miss Uotv both of Uarrard county fourteen children having blessed the two unions Mr Kennedy has a large and influen tial relationship and being very popu tar he is regarded as a formidable candidate Having been a farmer to 1885 afterward a grain dealer then an insurance agent he has a large acquaintance and his affability and fair dealing made him a legion of friends He was educated at a graded school in Missouri is a Mason in full fellowship and a consist ChurchIGarrard county evince the fact that he is highly competent and thoroughly equipped to discharge the duties of the ntllce he seeks His patriotism was manifested by his valiant service in the Fed r ii army under the grand od hero Gen Frank Wolfod during which he displayed rLafked c o u r age and considerable sagacity With him as with all othei true soldiers the sectional strife and prejudice entailed by that unfortunate coufiict with Lees surrender and and the best feeling prevails between him and those who wore the gray He is a true blue Democrat and has been a faithful worker in the ranks of the party for forty years doing much to in sure the success of its candidates am to perpetuate the organization This labor was freely given without a view to any reward or gaining the emoluments ol office aud now that he is advanced in years it is claimed that his wishes should be gratified in recognition of his able services and a meager reward for his fidelity and fealty to the party Others who are younger in years can wait but bis sun may set before a more favorable opportunity is offered to recognize him He represents the sturdy honest yoernanry of the country constitutes the basis and strength of good government His public career ha given a knowledge of men and the motives which govern their action He has system aild method in everything together with a clear conception of right and justice and the couralt8o a CeaserThe office of jailer is one of the most important in the administration of government That officer is the keeper of criminals and the custodian ot the principal public buildings This sketch sets forth thu tact that Mr Kentdy is fully competent to discharge the duties of the office and his friends claim that he will comu first under the string on the 24th M D Hughes Farm For Rrnt The Gilbert farm on Muddy Creek six miles from Richmond containing four hundred acres tor rent for a year or term of years Will also take in stock to graze this fall Grass and water good Apply to W 0 Chenault 24a4t Moberly Ky Judge Cneualtj Ust of Appointments There will be public speakintr by CountyJudgeRichmond Saturday September 17 at 3 oclock atotherpointaibe announced later Judge N U Tnt pin is requested to be present at all these appointments I have matters of great importance to communcate to the Democratic voters and 1 trust they will come out at the appointed times and give me a patient hearing J C CHENAUIT betained On account of the illness of his wife and two childreb 8uperintendat J William WgerR will not be at hill office until riext1seek I l 7J 7I7I 1J711 1IFXaNraNH v ta lUST RECEIVED I + OUR SWEEPOUT SALE IS OVER X + but we will continue to sell Low Shoes at reduced prices See our Bargain Counter of 71 Shoes and Oxfords 1 50 2 2 50 and 3 Shoes for 79c 99c and 149 1 n RICe and ArnoldTHE ONE PRICE HOUSE t7Fffi7I7IF7Iffi1F 7I7I 7A 7 Fierdnj Kidney Tains Faulty kidney work bring on that large family of human miseries of which rheumatism lumbago gout neural iR sciatica are well known members DeBellsKidney Pills cure invariable and finely They have never failed yet There can be no loubt no uncertainty about the result of using DeBolls Pills They cure all kidney diseases as surely as pulling a decayed tooth cures the toothache 25c For sale by B L Middeiton sept Tile I desire to say to the people of Madi son county that I have sold my saloon on First Street to Bronston Brothers with whom I am not connected in any way I have opened a saloon on the same street juht below Mike Enrights o d stand and I am now ready to ac commodate my customers Please call and see me Rrspt IJHii 05 W M CREEKMOKE Four Tons of nutritious hay per acre can be v obtained from s The finest Winter and Sprlne pa c tine crop besides being the largest 4 t71eldlne forage crop for Fall sowing A full description will be found In our J Free Fall Catalogue Ho 55 Also descriptions of Winter Turf Oats Dwarf Essex Rape 1000 Headed Kale Barley Improred Seed Wheats Alfalfa Crass Clover Seeds Vegetable Seeds sIc Our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds are the highest quality obtainable WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY e F IN OUR SAFEDEPOSIT VAULTSwe best possible protection for those valuable papers keep sakes thatjewelryorany thing else o f to keep such things sale Two keys to every boxyouraonreIt get in Bozu rent for as Ion as 5 a year State Bank- TrustCo Richmond Ky Public Sale atPublicWm Hapan deceased lying on the waters of Silver Creek on hia Septet II 19D4 AT 10 OCLOCK AM orlessandisan abundance of fresh running water the year round This property is six froniKirksvilie milefremail residencetern and all necessary outbuildings The land will be sold in three parcels beingaccepted At Same Time and Place will sell the following personal prop 14vearoldmare harnes8 home 3 rows all giving milk and calves 2 yearling sieers3sows and piua 16 shoats household and oftarminjtmade known on day of sale J Sam fatfajt Richmond Ky R Lee Hagaa Lancaster Ky G KyLYLoi W rlcI-f you Love Wife Dont Roast A Buy a Range Is no 7 a m Trvinpto the firethe kindling wet news patience J lxhaustedWc nobreakfast A 10am Bluer than a whetstone What is the remedy Aj1 Detroit Jewel Gas Range The Raven whispers only that and nothing more 11 a m Days work lost Off for Gas Office A 12 n Selecting a Gas Range from the large stock displayed 1 p in Demonstrations and explanations very satisfactory ting2pRange uptodate f c Competentworkmen4 p m Work completed with light over stove for earlv and late meals mallline t6 p m A full and perfectly cooked home meal piping hotfrnm the op npnpr anil lower ovens all complete af the sumo time NCI eveningsmoke j c Richmond Water Light Co r e n oo + Buy COAL Now Everything in the situation points to higher prices and it will pay you well to place your orders NOW either for temporary purposes or for the winter and while youre getting COAL you might as well order from tho Bcattyvillo and thus avoid any nrtccrtainty about Qualitv Quantity or Price The Beattyville guarantees all three Beattyville Coal COD R Freeman Mgr Tel 184 Yards Aspen aveI HERE ButcherBusiness CattleSheep givenperfectbut desire now to 1 have every facility for lineIas as all kinds of Produce Give me a trial order and I will prove my sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably JohnMain StreetMcKee corner Telephone U3 TWO BLUE GRASS Farms for Sale The two farms of Mrs James This place is well fenced watered and haylugry outbuildings one large barn and sevemlsmalloneR yonngorchard cistern and everything that goes to acresIIIThe second known as the CArt plane contaiuIacres cultivation antithis rest in hint grass turnpikesarnlantI one ansi onehalf miles from church and ppstoffice This Is firstclass land in a cood com inanity and is a money maker to the particahams t iiHi your Her her Gas This Joke J wibrnurse papers all burnfad COAL AGAIN meats state that this well Allman following Huruelyplace large EVANSHsep9t For Sale I have for sale privately a good farm containing 53 acres three miles west uf tnrnptlreknownOn this farm is a nice two story dwell iliAisas can be found in Madison conntv aldress17 tf Richmond Ky SaleEmhrv Kv Phone 227a ira4t nJcCurcdA1I11rnlalllt8 by tho CatarhCtireto cure any case of Hay Fever no math ter of bow long standing One applica BunseuCatsrrh is the only hey fever remedy sold on a your1atarrhby B L Middeiton pppt Renrard For Watch A liberal rnwarjl fonuly wall at fire fihletIcjhnr hinge IH- Vblitia1s E in m Jrlm on inrk Leave at Lanes Jewelry Store SUin St opposite Court House Edward E Weaver it c An Opportunity L In order to reduce our tock we will until anythinginour 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone het QaTat1e WOTtS R1 froPr FrasaBrosIMAIN STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH tiroceriesAGENTS Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at lOc a Can 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEP 14 1904 Bouquet FlourFrasa Bros Everybody is attending the Fair A E Smiths celebrated Kanawha Salt is sold only by L R BUnton tf Ntee twostory residence on one of No 34 the principal residence streets of Richmond Nice Yard garden and nil necessary mjtbelMlngs Great bargain Price 2 M- SThe Louisville Commandery won the prise in the competitive drill at San FranC The M B Parrish School of Phon ngrupbv Holtson Building Laest in struction Positions secured tor pupils tf desire to sell privately my house and lot on High street Residence new with nxxtarn improvements 7 lm Mrs Cindi Karr Examine our elegant display of Carriages Busies etc before making a purchase We are selling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L MiclkifT Prop On account ofno quorum being present the commission to decide on the Gebel monument adjourned at Lexington without taking any action on the work of Signor Morntti This is the eeeond time a quorum has been larking Do you know Bnquet Flour won five fine awards at the Central Ken tor kyfairs this summer over all com petitors Frfisa Prop Role Ajrents T phone 105 227 W Main St + 444F + 44e+ 44 + + 4+4 + 444 t Geo M Will gingttsupplies your paint 1 wants with- BLACKt w MAMMY 4 t4444 N+ 444++ +444444 44A znn plllR to room when visiting the VorH Fair iq with John H Cor nrlUon 4522 Dflmar Boulevard a former Mud son county boy and a brotherinlaw of Mr Ben Banks He owns cewnil residences near the Fair Hw rate ill 75ir ppr dav including hot bath snit all conveniences Take 18th Street Car going north at Union Station and transfer to TMmar car on Wash ington And get off at DMmar BOll var sod Taylor avenue Write him when yon lire coming 3s2t For the past thirtythree years the iifuntM of Attain Forepanch and the Sell HmtliPrK have been household words in all America The fame of the latter Iwvinir extended to Australia and dominated therein well as here Wlmii the groat shone owned respectively by them were amalgamated in one liitrliclllBs aggregation including two if the must prominent menageries cirrns s and hippoiln ms the event crested a profound heiiKaljoli in the amusement world et Something to When you have nice- Clothes why ruin the effect with inferior Laundry Have your Shirts Collars and Cuffs laundried by the Laundry in Ky The M N Laundry Z T RICE Agt OfflceUIee Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofOhargeLaundry sent out twice a week Mon onThursdays The Red Mens Fair is on in full blast After a quarrel with her lover Miss Ada Lyman of Scott county committed suicide by taking Carbolic Acid John Scrivner sold his farm on Otter Creek containing 80 acres to Buster Barnes for 3000 cash Mr Barnes will take possession at once We purchased our vehicles to sell and it you will only call and get price we will prove this assertion and make of you an everlasting friend and custo mer tf S L Midkiff Prop FridayMred by being thrown from his buggy his horse having taken right at a drove of sheep His friends hope for his speedy reboverv We desire to call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Douglas d Culton as it appears in this issue of the CLIMAX This firm con ducts one of the best known and most reliable meat markets in the city and their patrons are guaranteed to receive prompt and polite attention LOST on Monday Sept 5 a steer about 2 years old weighs from 700 to 900 pounds hair mark on left hip A liberalreward will he paid for any in formation leading recoveryWill 2t Winchester Ky Rubber stamps ink pads deters etc see Gordon d Reid Climax office Revival Services will be held in the Second Presbyterian church beginning next Sabbath Sept 18 Mr B G Printz of West Virginia will be in charge of the music He will introduce special features Services on Sabbath at 11 a m and 730 p m and every night next week at 730 A cordial welcome to every one Every lover orthe horse should by all means visit the Adam Forepaugh end Sells Brothers Enormous Shows United when it exhibits here on Wednesday September 21 Over 400 magnificent specimens of mans best friend am to hI seen The public is made welcome to the stables that are pitched adjacent to the great tents Home Purchased Mr L E Lane has purcnased the E G Parrish home on Second street and has moved his family thereto Special Judge Hon Jerre A Sullivan has been ap pointed Special Judge of the Montgom ery Circuit Court He will leave for Mt Sterling during the present term andwill preside over two civil cases Traveling Salesman A large corporation offers permanent an lucrative positions to men of energy traveling in Kentucky and Ohio For particularuraddress box304 Lexington Ky14sep2t r Mammy tells IBlack we make one make it well Urcrch Seats for Sale I have for sale twenty church state twelve feet long Will sell as a whole or separately to suit purchaser Call on or address 11 F ABBUCKIE lm Silver Creek Ky rr j EAT W is LIWltys an interesting subjectespecially wtlen Iwij Green Vegetables all kinds of Canned Goods Fruits Candies l in fact everything that can be found in a first fy 11 class grncery We callspecialattention to our line yof SEEDS We handle all kinds o- fFIELD J AND 1 r GARDEN SEEDSGIVE t Horber X 1 Huguely 1 Successors to E Deathtragc Co- I t i ror Sale A nice two story frame residence in Irvine adjoining Estill Springs proper ty The residence contains seven rooms with all necessary outbuildings For particulars call on or address J B Broaddus Panola Ky 7sp 4m The Gentry Sale The public sale of the personal property of Green Gentry deceased took place Saturday at Doylesville Milch cows brought from 530 to SQ horses 60 to 70 corn 137 atheaphousehohl- and kitchen furniur brought good prices New Postmaster Mr Harvey Chenault who is one of our best known citizens and farmers has been appointed postmaster atTr rillvice John D White resigned Mr Chenault is too well known to need any ntrodnction and we are sure he will ably fill all the requirements of the office Returned to This Uty Rev J W Crates who for the past year has been pastor of the M E Church of this city has been returned by Conference for the ensuing year This news was received with much pleasure by his own congregation as well as other denominations Brother Crates has proven himself a splendid pastor and during his residence here has made many friends A Brilliant Showing A dispatch in last Tuesdays Courier Journal stated that the Kentucky Di vision of the great Knights Templar parade in San Francisco consisted of over three hundred swords and that outside of Illinois the delegation was the largest east of the Rocky Moun tains Grand Commander Robert R Burnam of this city road at the head ot the Kentucky Templars tollowed by the Louisville Commatidery B drum corps DoMolay and various otherfom manderies from this State On last Tuesday night the various Command erie in the name of the Grand Com raandery of Kentucky entertained at the St Francis Hotel Nearly one hun dred ladles were in the receiving line and true Kentucky Hospitality was dispensed Notice to let ocratlc Voters Having been unable to make a thoro canvass of the couuty in the interests of my for Assessor I use this method of notifying the Democracy ot Madison county that I am in the race to see the finish I made the race four years ago with an entry of six candi dates receiving over votes of the 2750 cast which placed me second on the list I came so near winning the nomination before I feel that the De mocracy of Madison should rally to my support and make me the Democratic nominee for the important office of Assessor of Madison county in which event I pledge the faithful discharge of all the duties required under tho oath of this office Thanking all friends and supporters for whatever assistance has been given me in this and other races I subscribe myself your servant John S Long Senator HcCreaiy Thinks People Will Make a tianje A dispatch sent in from Washington to the Louisville Times of the tenth reads ns follows Senator Jas B MeCreary of Kentucky is here He will remain several days and before returning home will probably visit New York and other points in the East Asked as to his views of the coming national contest Senator McCreary sail Isin not only hopeful but confident of the election of Judge Parker His candidacy is of the kind that grows upon the people and the further the campaign progresses the greater strength he will develop He is a man of such exalted character and of such high intellectual caliber that his fitness for the Chief Magistracy is universally conceded There is in this country a large element of this voting population that is not in independentParker and elect him There is need of such a man In the White House We havens a nation drifted away from the ancient landmarks Thoughtful men are alarmed p1 thledeparture from the policies and principles of the fathers and seeing in Judge Parker the ideal candidate who will if elected restore- the old order will workin his behalf This is the vote that will bruit triumph to time Democratic ticket FALL HATtYLES iJt Here youll find illustrated just a few of the many newhat shapes which we have ready for Your ilspe ion These hats are straight from the great factories of Mundheim Roelofs Hedden Youmans and Stetsons and they represent the very newest ideas in mens headwear for fall andwinter Our variety to select from is much the largestin Richmond while our quality is guaranteed absolutely the best Prices run 100 150 200 250 30J 35Q 400 500to ol i i rc COVINGTON CRANKSOutfitters for Men and Boys a Hop at Masonic Tempt A number of young men of the city will give a hop at the Masonic Temple on Friday evening Mueic will be fur nished by Professor Walkers Orches tra With such young men as Donald son Allman Hubert Griggs and others at the helm it is sure to be a success in every detail Our Splendid Vitrified Brick Crossings The several vitrified brick crossings now being put down on Main street are the proper caper If perfectly con structed they will last forty years The old stone flapping crossings have to be relaid every few years at almost double the expense each time to vitrified brick Let the good work BO on Street Commissioner Gentry is doing a nice Job in this and also in cleaning up the streets generally Suit For 10000 Damages Mrs John Cunningham of Bourbon county formerly of this city has brought suit against the Lexington Street Railway Company for S10000 damages Hon Grant E Lilly of this city has been employed as her coun sel Mrs Cunningham claims that while riding on one of the companys cars on South Broadway she signaled for the conductor to stop the car at a certain point which he did do but just as she was in the act of stepping off it started again She was thrown to the ground painfully hurt and greatly hUe miliated She claims that she has been put to great expense lor medicaltreat ment and she is now seeking damages in the above named sum Without Opposition J On last Friday Honorable R W Miller was declared without opposition the nominee of the Democratic party for the Legislature Mr Miller who vet a young man served in this capaci ty last winter at Frankfort and won for himself fame as a true and brave Legislator Ha is a gifted orator and IB likewise possessed of a magnetic per sonage that wins for him popularity wherever hl goes He is at present CountyDemocratic ment most worthily bestowed is a source of deepest pleasure among his many friends A Beantifnl Picture Passers were attracted last week to llcKees large show window in which was exhibited a large and beautiful picture which was indeed a work of art It represented a lady faultlessly attired in an evening gown largeleatb ery boa about her neck white rose in her hair and every detail of her dress was perfect While the on lookers were admiring her face and form Presto change and behold she was robbed of ber costly outer garments but on her well rounded figure was a perfect fit tins W B Corset The rose in her hair was changed to a brilliant red and then while the wondering spectators still viewed this wonderful lady was dressed lln in her snowy gown Of course it is not known to everyone who sees the picture how these changes are made and we have been told that the owner of this unique advert jsement worked on it for twenty five years before perfecting hie ideal this artlilYNPOsuch lifelike r8people PERSONAL IMrs W B Benny is in Paris visiting Mrs A J Winters who as Miss Fannie Barnett is well remembered hereMr Harry Scrivner and family re turned last Friday to their home in Winchester after a visit to relatives here and in the county daughterMargaret Misses Edna Schlegel and Johnnie Terrill attended leap year dance in Nicholasvillo last Wednesday Miss Dovie Letcher has returned to Danville where she will resume her duties in Caldwell College Mr Thompson Hamilton has returned from Cincinnati where he purchased fall and winter goods for the firm of Lacky and Hamilton Miss Besslo Richardson has con eluded a visit to her uncles Messrs H Hand It W Colyer and returned to her home in Delta Louisiana Messrs Arnold and HcCreary Sim mons of Kirksville have entered State College In competitive examination the last named secured the four years scholarship Mr H R Smith of Versailles was in the city last Wednesday Miss Hallie Hamilton spent Sunday with her parents in Estill county Mr Jack McGrath a gifted news paper man of Lexington being a member of the Heralds editorial staff MaryCultonMrs Sallie Rayburn has returned fioni the Worlds Fair She also vis ited relatives in Missouri Mr J Stone Walker Jr will leave next week for Garden City L I where he will study again this year expectingMrsto visit her this week Miss Lucy Adams of Richmond il guest of her uncle I C Rucker Paint Lick Corner InteriorJournal- Mr and Mrs A W Merrillof Port land Maine enroute to St Louis stopped here several days last week and were guests of Miss Mary Sullivan Mrs H F Daniel and Miss Sallie Ellis will leave today for Danville to resume their duties in the Deaf and Dumb Institute Mr William Marstellor has return ed from a visit to his uncle Dr W H Fish in Nicholasville Mrs Field Miller who has been spending the summer with Mrs Wil liam Irvine has returned to her home in Lexington Beattyi1Iewith Mrs James Boggs on Third St LexingtonSaturday The following popular Richmond girls have gone to school in other places Nannie Hunt Powell has returned to Science Hill school at Shelbyville Miss Mary Scott has re GladysPerryyear at CampbellHagerman college at Lexington while Miss Harriett Parrish will study at Hamilton Col legeThe Rev Dr Rutherford Douglass of Macon Ga was Monday on his way to Pariswhere vlsi1LexingtonGazette Mrs John A Hnghely and daugh terMiss Mary Vinnect have returned from a pleasant visit to Senator and Mrs J B McCreary and other rela tives in Madison county Danville NewsMr R K Stone and family return ed Saturday night from Frankfort Mr N B Dcatherago nad nephew Mr James Deatherage are back from the Worlds fair greatly delighted with the Great Shew Miss Freda DeVere of Newport Ky is the guest of her aunt Mrs Jim Powers Miss Annie McKee is entertaining two charming girls Misses Lydia McArdle Of Biraington Ala Gladys Twigg of WinterkaVen Flori dallUssHaaaatiBcley lsat home from harvacMialtudis tfaim at her tteskat Ei4ersy d Miss Mollie Fife has as her guest FayetteMissouri Miss Thompson Taylor has return ed to Lebanon to resume her dmies in the public school at that place Mr Burt Dunn of Lexington has been in the city visiting Mrs I C Hunt and little son left Monday for their new home at Thorn p sonville Georgia The best wishes of hosts of friends follow them for no more popular matron ever left Madi son tuan Mrs Hunt who was before her marriage Miss Lucy Crowe Mrs Richard McKec entertained Monday night with a handsome eu chre party in honor of her attractive guest Miss Gertrude Matlack bf Lexington The McKee home oh the Summitt is one of the mpstyattrap tive in town and for this occasion appearanceJivegame of progressive euchre for which handsome prizes were offered the first ladys prize falling to the guest of honor Miss Maltack white Mr Charles Frasa won the gentlemans prize The ladys booby prize was captured by Miss Lydia McArdle qf Birmington Ala and the gentlemans by Mr John Hamilton After the game an elegant supper was served in courses Among the out of town guests were Misses Freda DeVere of Ky Lydia McArdle of Bermingham Alaand Gladys Twigg of WinterhavenFlorida United States Senator McOreary is in Washington but will return the latter part of this week Mr Henry B Cosby is sojouring countyhisMr W S Moberly is at home from the Worlds Fair Mrs Lzzie March and Squire Wil liam Willis are back from Crab Or chard Springs Manager Joe Willis says this was the best season he has ever had at the Springs They are still open and guests continue to ar rive Mr Heath Willis has accepted a position with the St Louis Terminal Co and is now welcoming Richmond people to the Worlds Fair at the Hisbrothersin the same depot DE ATSSlIJ t MILLERMr Dud Millran a ed and well known citizen died last Friday at his Home in the eastern part of the city Deceased who was 70 years old was formerly Cononer of Madisqn county His remains were interred Saturday in the Richmond Ceme- teryMATRIMONIAL TEKRIULAMAKS Mr Charles Ter rill and Miss Eva Lamars stole a march on their friends by getting marrh d on last Friday night at the residencee Rev E E Weaver that clergyman performing the ceremony Both of the contracting parties are well known young people The groomJs aaativa ol this county and is a prosperous young farmer residing near towiu HiEteidfi who is an attractive blonde is the daughter Mr and Mrs Henrv Lamars The CLIMAX IrtwiUt others in ofTeringcon ratnlationit- GOLDJNGOLDENA a marriage of much interest among the frienda ot the bride will be 801emirltetrtbM- mornill2 at 11 oclock when Miss Golden of this citywill become the wife of Mr P W Goldenof gas The ceremony will be peedormed- by Rev G W Shepherd at the home of the bride on Laural 8tre ijjnthjj iftresence of only the family and alow intimate friends After partaking ofa Inncn the happy couple will leave on the 155 L and N train forSt Louis where they will spend a week prior to going onto the groomsdlcme in Kan ass The bride who is a sulsome brunette is one of the most estissbJe yonu woman it has ever been our good fortune to know She hafffor quite a while conducted a fashionable dress making establishment and sra cutttir and fitter of fine suits ihtbJtlIf- ew equals She is in everywfV tfaparr hleot making a for the man nf her choice Mr G rde 1is- n prosperous farmer t f WhHifirater Kansas a splendid type of nfafl hood a gentleman In everyaeaseot- the word and well worthy iI Ifittt he hiss won The QU hearty coBprtal i0a4d best wishes f f w Dont Blame the Cook Because your Meat is not Satisfactory Unless you are a customer of Douglas Cultons ifso its sure her fault for they have nothing but the best Our Live Stock and Cured Meats ate purchased by thoroughly experienced buyers and therefore we are in a position to furnish you the best quality ofmeats at prices you pay for inferior meats If you are not a customer of ours give us a trial and the question of how to always get good meat will be solved We also wish to announce that our Hog KillingJ department is complete in every respect with new and modern machinery and we guarantee every can of lard and poundof sausage to be the best that skilled and competent butchers can poduce Best Equipment Insures Uniform Service Respec- tfullybougias r 4 Culton Telephone 125 Main Street I J IE FURS t What is Catarrh Hjtuci Oily Gunitcei Cue fr Tfa Ctmmn vA DitagrttaUe Hyomei cures catarrh by the simple method of breathing it into the air pas sages and lungs It kills the germs of catarrhal pois n heales and soothes the irritated mucous membrane and effec tually drives this disease from the systemIf have of the following symptoms catarrhal germs are at work some where in the mucous membrane ot the throatnbrochial tubes or tissues of the lungs offensive breath dryness of the nose pain acrots the eyes pain in back of head pain In front of head rhawkingJ pain in the chest j 11stitchlosing of variable low lIesbtraising of frothy mucous difficulty in breathing frequent sneezing huskiness ot voice 1Mstoppaget mouth open while sleeping r back of the palate i formatsonofcrusteIn nose dryness of the throat in spasms of coughing cough short aud hacking cough worse nights and mornings loss of vital force a feeling of tightness upperpartofthe Hyomei will destroy activity of all catarrhal germs in the respiratoryor Jaos and in a few weeks the cure will becomplete This is a strong state empasizpsitHyomei does not cure Roger Williams Cigars Frasa Bros l p p 13 Its D D p i3 D D D D Q D 0 D D 3 0 Eli q D jz F REEI3 Weigarten Bros of New York will give a Free Attractionf3 ii 113 in McKees show window f beginning z the night of September 8th and l continuing one week lilt n Dont Let Anyone Miss It o 0 Jflm DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS c expectoratlnltellowmater morningloss large WRAPS i If j CIRCUS NOWF- L SEETHE I I rc U that willItj not Disappoint Everything That is Advertised The gladdest Holiday i- nRichmond s History Stocktons Drug Store Richmond WedOR 33 YEARS WE HAVE KEPT PAc WIT OUA COUNtRYS GROWTH THE OFIANDIY GREATEST ADAM FOREPAUSH SELLS BROSI MOST WILD BEAST AREMC AERtU A union of inch millionaire rancnltiulo mosnl Bcuc and merlttu to plant ItJI mijihty tout upon the very pinnacle of Popularity and Succexs In Madlann Square Gordon New York City As It there you now will nee It here with Even Greater Feature Feats Forthcoming Each nod all rxrlulrrly rxhlblhd by It flttt every one pre nntrd nit proniioed wondrouiily and eiorp tlonally Including PRODIGIOUS PORTHOS uect1tr1nH AURORA ZOUVE The of the Pronounced by Marti nets unequaled Saluted by our Went as First and only apTIranv- of in the ony new thoe Hv n male ant LA FAMILLE LECUSSON equestrian tvetmrn In any fn rqUitrlafl dnu lu more than filly f IOn the way to ue Grand Prix Race Pari syeana O3TOXjiO3SrEI Olxo Oyolo ParadoxThe nume tal of Circling Motion Swn imperhnraanly ncallng on ida wild wizard wheel th- eaIt44 poorlulkular of The Devils Chimney ffHE SUPREME LIMIT OF SENSATIONAL NOVELTY IBETONDIBEUEFBUTITIS APOSITIYE FACT 1mm flratanyitheeaway home appearance or THE SZARVASI FRENCZ TROUPE Ot Nine Hungarian Magyar Acrobats and Melodists The moot myiterloiu raceu muter feat ot strangely skill and weird gracv and harmony Inlt mammoth double others ft sIngle wild beast domain will LIVE FULLGROWN POLAR BEARSWith specimen as a real Pole DlKewerersWe Have 14 Ferocious SnowWhlto ArcUc Terrors feature ryouThe Original Equilibrlstlc Juggling Equestrian whose mighty merry Dog and Sulky act whose lAieaomeoal Turk Juggling act am the moat amazing and amusIng of arenle features THE SEVEN PREEMINENT EDDYS TheAmrrleanChamplonAcrobataoftheWorld now lIt IntroducIng their own original aerial acrobatic high stage act Its three rings elevated BtaEes aerial arena and coliseum rare course presenting In a hundred champion riTalrim and revels an absolutely complete EquestrIan Cirrus Circus Midair Clnui Military Clrru Onus Clown Circus Track Circus Elephant Wild Beast Animal and horse Show Cirrus the Roman hippodrome of Nero day Forepaugh Elrpbantu the only Sells Brothers Soldier Elephants combined herds of their kind with heads full of wisdom and trunks full of tricks a real Fair of Steeds ot every strain which In and Intelligence outhlue all fOBhlonable Blue Ribbon Horse Shows ITS ORIENTAL AND MILITARY PACEANT Is the Finest Free Street Display Old Glory ever vjrer TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY RAIN OR 8HINE IN NEW PROCESS WATERPROOF TENTS ADMISSION 50C CHILDREN 9 YEARS 2SC Door Opn nt and 7 11 for the Menageries and Grand Promenade Concerts by iferrlcks Splendid Send Arenlc displays hour later On exhibition day numbered Coupon Reserved Smite may be secured at the regular price at u 4 g 71h Fill Final Reckoning on Summer Goods jgSome of the Rarest Bargains 0 1hFFentire season go into this WINDmlli Competition Totally Eclipsed 71 Watchfor JF ffi FALL GOODSThis Sale to you a saving of Dollars m WE NEED THE ROOM 7F 71 White and Gibson FB 7Jh ffi 7fh 7 Big Hill Coal Co RETAIL YARD DepotOld ALNITE COALBest and Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money Phone 93H F BARKER At s 222 S f CLOTHESZ7P THAT FITThat is the kind we makee We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods I jf We can please the most fastidious tastes Ourtkjs complete We can furnish anything is gents furnish ings f Give us a callwe can please you bothwith J goods and prices Stouffer Mauler 0 MERCHANT TAILORS rc SEPT 21 Champion Martial Masters World Knropea Military own Pointers ollsurpaimlas ftItogner FruLwll Mystery Dancing rtrrugth 14 Greatly Acrobatic Blcyrle Uanrlng hugest Worlds numbers beauty floated UNDER actually means SEEPORTHOS LEAPOn Over TEN Elephants SEE Diuvolu Loop the Loop BicycleWED SEPT Spring is Comin That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of WUJWiilln IDWr IUJm I everythingsmallest piece up to the most mass- iveBetkoom Suits DressingTubles FancyOddCome to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets andjvve will take pleasure in showing you bur Full and Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not W S1 OLDHAM W byeand by making promptshiprnents Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing o- Lmalnc0RR LexhigrdrT KehtucKy 2 r f t 4 i i lJf l ze Jirksoie SChool ov1o aert rs G P SJmmons Principal MARK S FEOHAH Ast Tria MISS ADA AlLEN frilL Dept of Music ona Incidental fees AlI6ra4a 50ants per Term All Fees Payable fa Adyanc Tuition Fees IBYrtapr s 10 00 Per Term AFrJaary Is 00 B Grammar l5OO A Grammar 1500 1IighchooI 2000 Departaeat of Mask Inelondlaf LInstrmeats for Fraetiee 20 00 argelytblsyearlur NOALOONSand no others Boarding can bo secured at following rates Monday to Friday r 1 75 1l111WeekH 250 Scndior Catalogue and investigate PrincipalJl KY jcIe j t friGratefUl WOEflCflt A OuIr for a Perfect flares Is Inseparable from a LOll of the Beautiful The scent of the violet or rose is ai precious as the lovely flowers whose are and while the lives of enjoythemthe pleasure of her fragrance to us as a permanent blessing The soft fragrance purityhealthof civilization an index always of good taste and an unerring 0 gent- ilityBRADFIELDS Regulatorin CrtorturedNatures remedy The an1g st may offer goodbutmaynsultTryOur treatise on Woman mailed free THE BB10FIELO BEGULATOB Co TUII- TAThnoncuements SJL FOR CONGRESS GGILBERTCongTeulnalDistrictcratic party FRANKTURNER oftheFOR CITY ATTORNEY RROBERTSlect to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY JUDGE SCCRENAULT totheWe are authorized to TURPINacandldatefortbeofflceofCounty action of the Democratic party Fort COUNTY ATTORNEY RLETCHERDemocraticparty ItCROOKFsubject to the action of thn Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic party SrIERIFPWe JNO W Madl80nCountyaubJect We are authorized to announce B B Million abJectCOLYERlIemocrallcpariFOR COUNTY CLERK SECORnto the action of he Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce FJ PER ofMadlsonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C MadlsonConntycratic party We are authorized to announce THOM O Madisoncountyparty WDERINGERDemocraticpartYWe are authorized to announce N B JONE snJecWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER snbJectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub vt to the action of the Democratic party MORGANTAYLORcounty subjet to the action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce PETER G 1IldlollcoUntparty ANDERSONLAKESJailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party IIKENNEDYcountysublectWe are authorIzed to announce BUCK MadisonCountyic Party PARKEapartyWeRILL JR candidate for Jailer of Madisonconnty subject to the action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce W T fadlsonconntylIUbJect UcpartyFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We me authorized to announce BEN F oiPublicthe action of the Democratic party JOHNNOLAND totheFOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce J L BAKES of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses soT subject to the action of the Democratic party DUNNasubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announced B L Madisoncountycratic party PWcounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce 8 P GOOD countysubject What is Life In the lust analysis nobody knows strictilaworgans resulting in Ion troubleDradjusts this Its gentle vet thorough 25c at R C Stocktons drug store 1m MnLucie Hunan Enap Has taken a home during the Fair at 4310 Washington Boulevard St Louis Mo and will be glad to see her friends Location convenient for both Fair and City KILLTHEOOUCHAND KingsNew FORC ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS 11Prlc allTZBOLTIJtS or XOXXY AC- Xlorea1byXOtockLoE lL cIll I Attention Hanten The following t kelfom the new game laws lvourd ba by every hunter in the county BtttitiuJ Sml It is unlawful to kill or pursue with intent to kill or to have in possession when killed any rabbit or squirrel betwen the 15th of September and the 15th of NovemberaTmeJr l1wnta Crone PartriJjt It is un lawful at aiiy titHe to buy sell expose for sale offer for sale or have in poetBCPeion for the purpose of bartering or selling any of the above birds which have been killed in Kentucky- It is unlawful for any person totrans port any of the above birds or receive for transportation or have them n possession with Intent to transport or secure the transportation ot hem within or without the State But a hunter with his game lawfully killed by him within the State may be transported The penalty for the violation ot this law is a fie of not less than 10 nor more than 25 for a first offense and not less thsti25nor more than 50 for any subsequent offense Fearful Odds Against Him HfdriilcIeniUone anillUslii ire tiiiclt in oriof was ihn CIlIhl ion f an old soldier Ly ilitr ninie ofJJ Havns Versailles O Fjir ytaisii wn ironb leil with kidnpy djgjasejaiMl neither doctors nor lII telief At length he tried fyectfii HittorH II put him on hs fer order and now hn testifies I am on the road tit complete rerovery Best on earth for Itvpr and KIln v troubles sodal forms 01 Slomnch ami Bowel com p nints Only 50rt Gniiranteed by R C Stockton druggist u- nnmli All outdoor structures last longer with a coat of Black Mammy Paint Gordon fc RACIltubber Stamp Makers Climax off- icePublic Sale of Land Stock Crop As Administrators of Haden Tarpin deceased we will expose to public sale on the premises on the waters of Mud Creek Madison Kv one mile from Uoylesvillc at 0 oclock a m ouTuesday Sept 20 04 the following property TRACT ONE goodlandhind the balance in grass This farm MargaretNolandwatered and in a fine state of cultivation TRACT TWO is known au the home place and con talus 16Q XfV Tleres This proper ty ndjoins Tract No and on the premises is a good residence barns and all other necessary outbuildings most of this land is in grass and is well watered TRACT THREE adjoins Tract No 2 and the farm of David nheratilt and contains 208 Tlcrcs 35 acres of which Is creek bottom laud the balance is in grass with some nice timber thereon and is also well watered At the same time and place the fol lowing stock will be sold 3 good mules 1 brood mare six years old an extra good saddlo horse 5 cows and calves 6 two year old steers 2 yearling steers 1 yearling heifer 12 hogs and all kinds of poultry about 300 barrels of corn at heap 500 shocks of fodder 4 stacks of hay and 1 stark of straw 1 twohorse wan and harness phaeton and harness 1 two horse con planter mowing machinp cultivator turn plows donhle shovels plows and many other articles too numerous to mention Household and kitchen furniture Terms which will be liberal will be made known on day of sale For fur ther particulars call on or address Robt Turpin Doylesville J A and ROBT TURPIN Administrators Lony Tom Chenanlt Auctioneer 24- e4tPublic Sale OF Stock Crop and Farm ing Implements Having sold the farm we will offer at public sale on the James R Miller farm situated on Silver Greek eight miles south of Richmond Ky at 9 oclock mJon Wednesday Sept 28 the following Described property Six had 2 yearold steers 16 head 1year old steers 2 head 1 year old beifers4 head of good calves 1 extra bull calf 3 regtsteredHerefords 121839 he by Acrobat 68460 owned and Bold by CWtuer Bros of Eminence Ky for nine thousand 9000 Six of these cows are sfp in calf to this grand young sire and threeothers have calves by their side This little herd consists of firstclass stuff and all in good condi tion The entire herd can be bought at Pee1ijlrel8tornlshed Wilton blood e predominant 1 pair work mules 2 extra jennets one due to foal t par extra 2yearold mules 2 brood mares 3yearold mare in foal to jack 1 Iyearold filly by Haxhall 1 pair 3yearold extra draft horses slal1flonSquirrel brother to Cerro Oordpj Jam Lee by Old Peavine the horse has size quality breeding and action and more speed either at rack or trot than almost any other horse As a sire we think he has few equals One if his first crop of colts woo the 100 premium at the Kirksville fair this vear over a ring of 17 entries 20 head hogs 80 acres of corn and fodder 25 tons extra timothy hay in bale 6 tons extra clover hay a lot of sheaf oats and millet farming implements consisting of 2 2 horse 1 soring wagon Frazier roai1cart 1 dump cart and hayloadermowing machine 2 hay rakes harrows pltws forks hoes etcl set blacksmith tools 1 new cutting b x either hand or power 2 corn shelters 1 corn planter check row and drill attachment 1 prairie State incubator and 200 chicken dayotArbuckle Letcher KYLoneFarm For Rent tarmfommilpsDortb year 1905 The farm contains 130 Acreste- n acres for tobacco about 30 acres for corns 30 acres for small grain and the remainder in grass On this IInettl a nice residence tenant house and new htbuildinasMien gijren 1 with privilege of- owingsmnafla grain Mrs Richard Clark 7Kptf COTTONliUUQ ICY I r 41 l WHAT IS INSIDE OF THE WORLDS FAIR And How toSee itat the Least Expense The Henderson Rout has gotten up nd is now offering for rte distribution a very complete and valuable booklet descriptive ot what is inside and what 8 outside of the Worlds Fair and how o see it at the least expense The booklet contains information of aucji value that alt prospective visit o copyWowarrival in St Louis how to get around the grounds to the best advantage the most economical plan for touring thn Exposition thiogtcof importance to see- ni St Louis together with many other valuable pointers regarding a trip of this nature are only some of the many points covered in this complete book letIt is something you should have before planning vour Worlds Fair trip and can be obtained by addressing Mr L J Irwin General Ag nt Henderson Ronte Lou svjllo K- yForSale Tim undersigned offers for sale pri vaInly his residence and 12 building ots in less than 100 yards from court house tndare Second street and with a front of 270 feet and with a front ef 280 heel on First Street Building lots all front 40 feet some 175 feet deep and others about 100 feet deep The boundary hog on it a varie ty of fruits apples pears rapes persimmons pawpaw etc Drainage very commendable The residence has a front of 70 feet or more if desired by about 175 feet Can run all the way through if desired with all necessary out buildings under one root containing ten apartments The reel dence has 12 rooms including kitch en and basement with water works of five openings One pipes all over house hall entrance to every room without passing through any other room Ad mirably suited for firstclass boarding house or an Inflrmay Will sell as a whole or by lot or lots Parties wishing to buy are invited and premisesForanor men Iconsider it a fine opening Come and look T S ELLIS 17au4t RICHMOND KY at BOYS at worth J 150 and 2 At 50 are hi For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1004 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by JlrVT A Robinson tf MjcsLanraS Bright Wire fence I am agent for the celebrated LAMB on or address J D LONG Bicbmon Ky has no for the 1J I For iale Frirately I will sell my house and lot on Hight street Good cistern and all fruitFor16jtf Alfred Douglas Sr 1eave never she ti a larger etock our how room It wil pay you to ex a1odorubberone year Call and see us Carriage tf R L Midkiff Pdoi For Rent singleorISmytf 202 TO tJJ wishing to the Wire places hi Madison county Artackle A Slmmos f J W Muteri JVWhUlOCk John Barton Roberta J W Teller J W Prewltt LA Wearren CO XcWhuter ZanyJTCoy Rchmond Waco Red House ViewBaldwin Newby Ruth ton Kdenton Cottonburr Paint Lick Wallaceton Beres KirkiTtlle Costx ksslastx J t More Heat = Less Coal on scientific principles the coal is fed from underneath the gases pass thro the flame instead of from it and are consumed and transformed into heat Not an iota of heat value is lost coal bills are re duced onehalf to twothirds and the air is neither vitiated nor burdened with the dis agreeable odors and dryness of the old fashioned hotair fur naces We would like to send you our free book about it or H Squeeze Out All the heatvalue of your coal Dont send up the the hot air that ought to go thro your house Gases andsmoke are combustible if the proper means is taken to insure com bustion t The Peck Williamson Undetfeed Furnace have you call at our store where these Furnaces are on exhibition f f f Arbuckle limrnons Sole Agents for PeckWilliamson Heating Ventilating Co 337 West 5th St Cincinnati 0 Richmond Ky Great Sacrifice Sale of New QLOTHING 25000 worth of clothing Regardless of eostWe show Thousands of Ments Suits 999 worth 15 18 and 20 SUITS 99c Jt1t arising Young 5 7 8 and JO WASH s sale every cents brings you 1 We Sole Agents for Alfred Benjamin CosFINE CLOTHING LOUIS X GUS STRAUS topurchafio aytl0LLyr r J- LIt equal prIceBLACK privately tunabouts Richmond Works Telephone THOSE purchase celebrated Page Fence aIftftHi1 tostatethatit HamiltonO oncr- HBLACSatAMYt works chimney Mens Suits worth BOYS PANTS 5Cent this back Kentucky Call and see the SVass B rorksTeIcTako and you can see how ev North Star Refrigerator is linedand why it will use onehalf the ice that it taLes torun the socalled Refrigerator f f f IT IS LINED WITH GRANULATED CORK c which absorbs all the moisture and makes it r ei3 oTss a t w fi We have these Refrigerators porce1ailfic and galvanized lined Hi DIII Shoctelford Co There is nothing like GOOdFLOUREvery Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Floury Our idOurof the latest jt Our brands are x Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison 2i r MAjEBY THE r Elliston Mill C tWACO KENTUC1Y cf I n 11