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U 1 J T JJ T i jt 1rr I TIlEi lP I RICHMOND 7 CLIMAX if I g1 I sct red iot5 on Paper mIVO11Th1E RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 19o NUMBER 19 9 I PHONE 80 r t i WINES DRUG STOREa r 7I ffi I 7Im m 7I7I h Hu thqD Cush Store p J 41 I tH it tq tJf I c m F7W p Jl JiBARGAINS m 71 7 7F r ffi LACKEY AND VAMILTON 1 t 7F 1 I 171 7171 F7J Ii I On the Teeth Depends the condition of the general health Removing or filling decayed teeth men the removal of the cause of much disease The skillful applica tion of of DENISTRY j6 prolODgeSolid Gold Teeth5 50 Gold Fills 50 Amilgflm 75 Teeth Extracted All our work fully guaranteed Will give sttisfaotion under all circum stanoes V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky For Shampooing Manicuring Facial Massnge nnd all kinds of toilet req I uisites call on Mm Alice Jones next door to Pigjjs grocery on Main street t 20Mf rFor Rubber Stamps call at this offl i PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORiTEYS QrN MILLER ATTOEHBYATLAW RICHMOND EBXTUOET Office n the Bamsm Building next door to armeia National Bank Ieb3ly SCJLLrv1lL ATTOBNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posit Court Houses on Main Street O D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennett old law office over Perry it Thomas drug stor- eE3ICL15 DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY lice in the Dr Hobson boildins MainStreet Gordon Reed Rubber Stamp Makers Climax office Respectfully f tl1 IE i 1E SiF EGi p It J 7 1 Fills I t DR LANDMAN rHotoVGlyndon Wednesday Oct 12 loot For Sale I have for sale privately a good farm containing 53 acres three miles west of i Richmond Qiithe Lancaster turnpike placeOning and all necessary outbuildings and is well watered lhe soH isjas fertile as can be found in Madison county For further particulars call on or ad dreRs Jas Me Bronston ITatf Richmond Ky or Rot Four elegant office rooms either or en suite John G Taylor singleI ISniytf Telephone KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrKings New Discovery IFOR cONSUMPTION ISOcFree Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THBOAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACKI For sale bv B 0 Stockton g tL ELDERS I t ARGIN STOREJ I Ii g Warm Weather Suggests the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm wetther fabrics as 1 are made mention of and the attiaetivelv low prices that prevail throughout this Jo 1 i money savirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here aGinghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped igh with chOIce wash as thIs store IS famous for Extra good 12 Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newestty1es iti plaids 1j checks and strIpes at speCIal price per yard lOc and ShirtWaists J1p Corded Madrasthe most sUItable materIal for Slllrtmg regular i2c grade lOc etc in all coloi5c iip beautiful line of Lawns DimitiesWt are showing a Knicker Voile Suitings all the shades cheap at 25c our price 15 Juard Voile Suitings 20c TTninVpr Zenher Voile neiy shades 15c V iig3ted IToi1e seven shades tp select frotn i2rC India Linen 7i to 2k StocklniisSpfcfals40 dozen boys aid girls lxi Black Ribbed 4threidStovk- ings Bos and GIrls splendid wearing and dressy Stocking sizeaS to 111 and aand toeshealshlh epliced kind 2threat real Mace 2x2ribbedStockings the Iron wearI worth 25 at ISo paIr inale to dozen of srvIceacle Bicycle firm trend but ellltic sizeR 7 to 10 worth 25e at 15e perpal 1J- fatti1 double JJeAI and toea 121cto 125 yard Spo our stock of RUgA Oil Cloth 20 to75c vd 10 If and 20c yard Carpets Richmond You 8Snitll stock of irens Suits at I 10 ever shown in We are showing tlw prettIOiI Mens Starts 25e to Si Straw Hate men and boys 5 S 1Ocu1Jo Sl 25 61 Ito8 Knpehuits 1 to5 Lace Curtains n beautiful ilne to select fromc to 6 pair Polel and lOc Stock of Notions complete Corset 10 to rods 810 and lSc New Stock Ladies Muslin Underear Covers complete Brass extension Asktosee them Ladil WalkIng and Dress Skirts L2 to 1- 3J SOc 6 480 Pants 40c Gowns 4Be Skirts 8 75 They are beauties MILLINERY martest creations oftho season are here and at surprisingly Tow Prices g More beautiful styles The beautiful stylee at to2 98 Hundreds of beautiful trimmed Hats ready for Rate the most 3ShirtWaist School and Dress Hate Flow keti at special LQW prces to suit all purses CIJdrensm See them Bleached Pillow Caea1 lull size and fine tuality choice wearing gush tyourthoosinJ and gents HRndkerchief 6 10 and 150 Panisols40c to 4 95 Corsets 25cto 50 received about tisPlcture Frames 5 101825 29 and We have and Slippera all pri I A Shoe WebaveonlyafewJardineresleftat I OO from 5c up to 25c each Do not fall to see them c5529339and49cr t2 Submitted Tt E V Elder tI h 1 i Men of oah Timbersof keep the old- homesediistanding through the years1attpays to use the j right tufX inEomen whose bodies are niade of the sound est material Childhop is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy con stitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuffScotts Emulsionstimulates 4 the growingwexfchildrcp helps thenibuilda firm foundation fasurdy consti tution a V Send forreo sample SCOTT fLBOVNE Chemists 409415 Rerl Street New York SOcand 1004 all druggists f FORC OF THE SUGGESTION Ii Tramp pn Railway Station Aroused from Lethargy But Dream Soon Vanishes He was seated on the edge of a rail way station platform with anabsent minded expression In his whiskercov ered face and was apparently lost In the deep contemplation of nothing says the New York Herald Two young men who came from the telegraph office In the station where they had stood at a small window look Ing at theman quickly approached him Your house Is on fire and family In danger said one of them Hero comes a train that will take you home Get your tltket and jump aboard as soon as jot cony The mtxsrang to his teet as a flush same to his factand the plight of ejci cltthehtlt up his eye lIeian across thorn pJ statIon and uitd Ltljletwndo where the C1U agfnfPresented himself The man opened his mouth as though about to speak then closed it again and turning from the window returned slow ly to the platform and resumed his seat He was a homeless friendless and penniless tramp who had been suddenly aroused from lethargy TRUTHS ABOUT ANIMALS Actual Facts Cannot Be Obtained from Natural History Romancers or Casual Observers The serious student of nature can have no Interest in belittling or in ex aggerating the intelligence of animals writes John Burroughs In What Do Animals Know In the Century What he wants Is the truth about them and this he will not get from our natural history romancers nor from the casual untrained observers who are sure to In terpret the lives of the wood folk In terms of their own motives and experi orItp their fancies and superstitions Not to Romanes or Jesse or Mlcnelet must we go for the truth about animals but to the patient honest Darwin to such calm keen and philosophical Investigators I as Lloyd Morgan and to the book I of such sportsmen as Charles St John or to our own candid intelligent and wideawake Theodore Rooseveltmen capable of disinterested observation with no theories about animals to up holdILET IT GO AS A SCHOONER Greek Instructor at Yale Makes Suggestion to a Student in Difficulties jIThe Greek professor at Yale who has the reputation of being the wittiest In 1 structor in college never allows a man to J flunk if it can be prevented says the New York Sun He Insists on taking the most optimistic view of every at tempt and if itcan possibly be construed aInto a successful recitation he gives the student credit Recently a student was making fran Uc bluff to translate at sight a passage myrtlecrowned = bears considerable resemblance to the word skiff which the author had fre recognizIngtheling voice Myrtle adorned skiff rightjustmon modern word Is schooner SMUGGLING A FINE ART Pseudo Count and Countess in Auto Found to Be notorious Offenders The latest thing in smuggling cornea from the Swiss frontier where the art of bringing in contraband goods by automobiles has been developed Into a tine art A party of finely dressed tourists presumably a count and countess with a friendnas been crossing the frontier repeatedlyThe of the authorities were at lastaroused The automobile was stopped and searched and the pseudo count andcountess were found to be ndfojious smugglers ne as well as their automobile was simply loaded with all sotts Ql dutiable stuff Investigations hereafter are likely to be more severe than ever Giant ron Indian Territory One oftfie delegates sent by Indian territory to the democratic national convention was C A Skeen who stands six feet three inches In his stockings and is abIg man even for his stature Mr Skeen a most veracious man it would appear said In an Interview I am sorry that none of the big men of the territory as able to attend this convention They were all busy and So they said that the little fellows who are not of stx much use at work must thetetrltoryarefeble to tTaveITIicarseata and tho hotel beds are alf too small for them So theyitay atbome flut that lano bardsnipttr a zaaa Srkollvwia Xadlta J at ijj Af 7J7II lPali Winter SEASON ll 90405 J We are ready with styles1i1ic Latest Attractions Finest Selections Greatest Assortments rI At Lowest Prices L d YY YY L7171 71 I I IIFall and Winter CaMpaign Optnin We to thank our many friends and customers for esteemedpatronage during past season and bespeak for your most generous patronage the and winter season 90405 We want to make ths season the banner season of business To this have made greater preparations bought goods and careful watchfulltiess will work hard to merit your trade a L r nd of are now for are to the the at ate to I of for we are to ro in in our new at to our at up in caJ to to our at 0 cJ tb 9 5for and ire es stockWIstylesIJICO with that and are and has been in by for this season r rJJ ITopsy I and fit are in this cele youLUyou For Wen and This is in our of warm Un for fall and wear Our is our for cash I AND BED We are this season of and Bed can with the and low at the very COR MAIN FIRST Readytowear and look throughour BShow+ MI Sof rrCome cesiWe Begin the Season WithOJA Multitude of Opportunities k1 For Early Fall Buyers New Goods plenty them ready your inspection We ready serve fall and winter Newest ChICest and Best Goods markets ford We ready offer and confident satisfymg and valtws your money have never offered than prepared you thIS rnseason goods Lunguestioned We laid gOods close prices with the determination sell patrons the closest possible prices tei1t ib4 merchandise We picked many unusual values this season the market edowatohmul Ji3uyers which enabIesu offer customers incredibly low Artistic Iressccjaslb artistic dres goods which selections assurance goods styles correct discussed vogue fashion I Remember Our Low Buyers We the Money Hosiery dyle combined when satisfactory New Fall and Winter Underwear Women numerous stock clean dergarments winter ynll appreciate stock complete prices lowest COMFORTS SPREADS making bowing splendid Spreads supply housekeepers finest lowest prices than paid them when Get cash will over See a 1 F MIlS CECELIA STOW Orator Entre None club Warren Avenue OniOAGO ILL 22 For nearly vears I suffered ovarian The ocr insisted on an operation as the way to well I strongly objected to an operation 31y as wellas home with a sick woman Is at A advised him to a of Wine of Cardui for me to he so I began to in a days m was another being Stowei letter eTeri Winti of cures that anti brings health and happi ness again Do not on suffer ing to your druggist today and 100 of Cardui rent for year lSfQ4 the irjli u4ore BlOIt street now bY Mr T A 1I t A q I 71 71 F 71 the for of our do wt by trade tQe best every purse every taste give vorth while J want Children special Blankets Comforts medium grades troubles Fall- Fashions nr in of in of of in of of in jn of of It 4 sell goods worth prices paying Motto Cash 18 at St N JR t of if 7f 71 9 get f b I 1 values Quality I a 1 of been in are the fabrics in Dress for the surprise 11i I 1 the We 176 Oct doc felt did Qqualitiesfresh guaranteed stuff can shoo up your entire for fall with good winter shoes for less V money than yon could by a pairs for elsewhere We are sole for the La Fine for Ladies at per pair If you havent been wearing La France you havent boon buying the best j H Dont wait to Jlt trouble satisfac styles depandiible i That Prices Goes Cash Need BLANKETS bUY showing ivi of I yourchoice tr Cheap and Medium Priced and Overcoats We ray stock our prices are the lowest are the HAVE A LOOL AT CLOTlIINGIINew in Bros Suits Suits hes Ladies Gmentsp of n e are the verylowin your city Call and look over while are fresh nev Jmn teverything in notions and Valises Carpets Oil Cloth Linoleums Kugg Lace Portiers Rope Laces Hamburgs Muslin Underwear Knit Sacquos and Head twear for children Pocketbooks Ribbins etc Ask for what you We prices Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Canton Flannel Outing Cloths Calicoes and Cottons of you firever for now cotton was low our low domestics before save All and No carried stuffIt Good Goods At Right Prices Make Happy Customers 1 1I fl7i Dontt fail to our in Hats They are just in and the fawes Hat is the best on earth no Buy Hat 300 and happy iL Iw D OLDHAM co l J BEE G f yyy lli j71 c 71 71 l7I 7I F 71 71 1r 1002 from only disheartened for disconsolate friendly druggist tgand and- D1JCOVerywasvCQrapid With xL Mrs shows saddcnedbyfciiiaie Cardni sickness 1Mx11l8 IForRast rdMtretIt the Main JtqWneou tsA1Ira Iiii wish fall more Better now few Shoes Mess OUR they cany Childrens you Maisoa County Fnninf land iradoally Wash sway The Rinely Not only are the soils of Kentucky as otevery othr section losing sev era inches in a century but m any portions the State they are eroding so rapidly that they will be entirely washed away a few years This has already happened in certain places within the even young per sonsThis is especially true of the lands lying on the borders the blue grass section in Madison county for in stance There upon the hillsides sloping from the blue grass plateau the upper stratum is the Utica forma tion which washes badly gullies This is gradually slipping away says the Kentucky and It is found in Grant northern Scott FranklinI little Anderson Woodford Mercer Boyle Garrard Jes8 wine Madison Clark Harrison Owen Henry and the outlying counties Mirroutiding the blue grass In many places the constant and rapid wearing away has not been understood by the managers of the land who in nearly all jnstauctjs have aided it by improper modes of cultivation and by cutting the timber This soil should not be farmed as to leave the land open fi the action of the frost and water should be kept grass and timber Twelve years there was a large quantity of timber whiCh retarded the waolilptr but now that is nearly all gone tie worst thing that could have- i hflppenjid Thisjspil Will produce excellent fruit apples trow from seed inc8 7h6 hills protect the trees from Ifrnat fr6m suffer whichI I Ifthelferaiprs in the counties have thq Utica formation will thflr ulhatIO1to Ihose- wldcls lire adapted to their lllth e ia no reason why thevebqutiT not prq per and their hitids Jnnr vs ble Instead beingtisetd- as mail ae now because it l1ilthey are wftrtnless 1 N INIo tVa1Ito1J In tile 1ha5cllc4i lJ we at I Our dependable n A Wild Ride For Life With family around expectinEhim to die and a son riding for life miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and sooncured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merits for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles SOc and SI Trial bottles free at R Stocktons drug store 1m Reward For Watch A liberal reward for my watch lost fire filled case box Ianvlopposite JtEdward Elegant Home For Sale I will offer for sale privately thet homo formerly occupied by Jamos Tevis deceased situated near the L R depot In RichmpXojKjj Said place contains 5f 2Ar d with good two torY1tranT65rcsl3bnco of t rooms I1o8 r cccssarfpont6uillllngs thing to o residenc Angfl d slriittcamine the propnjtyltyJ drsigned will tau elR sa- meiiltR TEVIS RICHMOND KY u rr Bdlot1Hrht IpMtWrU 81 I PeMv of mill HJI 1tIII FtICome J stockno to guarantee yk tion withevery purchase t Special displayyof J NewGo d ItI and t low pr f chOIce withOJ IJ1PI t 4 prices thatweleotferL41 hosiery having NEW AUTUMN STYLES 0 4 IN DRESS GOODS AND SILKS The best market world have drawn from JJ this display We read to show you high art in New Silks and newest high art Goods Our Low Cash Prices BEST GOODS MADE will be a pleasant to all who comeitiOnly to I i fanilly agents France 800rn your now FALL SUIT ore greatest Schloss IrFine Custommade for men thnt wris onnil un in thi Ur c our Pall Suits I l t ThaTe them and small waresTrunks Mattings l Purses wanttiare naming on all prices on all buy it new styles Hawes hat exceptions Hawes for be ii a BUSY CASH STORE 7I 71 four best memory Breeder Shelby counties off lint t r Bos of MI ji the the We Wo the the We fl A Paint when your house is covered i Pattrns SUNPROOFPaint the paint cov by a 5 guaranty you protection to house purse jMtons Paint preserves and beautifiesiproportionsd8rnl Ie1tnndColdtlceM10ngashaDllm811epaln t Guar anteeti years nststlVlce long toPPATTON WsIf t t P Geo M Willpug209 W Main st next to Madison NatL Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc Aye sPills Want your mwisiache beard a1taatJfal ken rich Mack Use F We vj new our perfecting novelties variety largest Curtains Pottiers lower kinds fresh 71 7r 71 F plftved PllICbllf change Leesville ProtectionTIz- eJraclzcalpaitersays with and ered year have the best possible your and SunProof protects VegetibJeJiverpiUs That they are They cure Iconstipation biliousness sickheadache Z8381 DYEnrns ir E d IbbiStmps Li- ssssssaeN1Sos e I SS e SS SSSSSSSI SS1 S I SIir se5 grand Ussini Dut Sale t srI I Having decided to quit business at once we are offering Eour entire stock of k a BOOTS I t pjJaOnlyF Ei F a We are determined to close out and we offer- S j The Greatest Bargains of your Life IIJJI S E from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and see g S for t1 OUrSelf + All persons owing us will please call andsettle c 1 I j ECRUTCIIER TRIBBLE i I E Main Street Richmond Kentucky S a S S a asssssJS eGO99 m999 99999 9mmm999 9999m 999999 mmm99 m The Richmond Climax PUHIIBHr EVERY WEDNESDAY B- Yihe Climax Printing Co Incorporated J C CHRNAULT President A D MILLERdItOr A Manager 4SjSDSESDAY SKIT 38 lOOt DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT ALTON 13 PARKER of New York FOR VICE PRESIDENT Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS t of West Virginia FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL OI TUB UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS HllYAN of Nebraska JITIHMC 6TH AlJKLUlTB DISTRICT JAMES E CANTRILL of Scott county Sale Rapidly Increasing MfM UK Bjspqufa teMir Has Card Hun dreds if L L Wdddteas Cwt9s OIM of the grelUf8t wiecessee in the- eale of a medicine tae heen Hchieved by MSoii the dvspepeiaremedy and its MIe te incressiMK so rupidly that B L Middelton the popular drnggist has hurtl work to keep a stock on hand It is very popular with well known bankers minister lawyers and others whose bnaineaB or profession keep these ciotwly confined while those who have brought on indigestion through irregular eating worry or other eaiHes have found a cure in this relia ble remedy Mionc is in the form of small tab helm and Is Hold in a metal box especially deigned for convenience in carrying the medicine in the pocket or purse It is pleasant to take cots but 60c glvoe quick reliet and makes lasting curesThis remedy has been uniformly successful and made so many remarka be cures that B L Middelton will in future sell Miona under a positive guarantee to rotund the nionoy if it should not cure No other dyspepsia medicine over had a large enough per centage of cures so that it could be fold in this manner A guarantee like this spooks volumes for the merit of the remedy Tnere is no time like the present to do a thing that ought to be done If anyone lisa dyspepsia today is the best time to begin curing it Wilton Jellico Coal sold only by L R Hlimton Phone 85 tf Browers Wood Mantel Sale We Have Concluded to gout of the Wood Mantel business and are now offering our large stockof Mantels Tiles and Grates at cost JI t- Each Mantel is marked in plain figures complete with tile and grate j We offer these goods for immediate acceptance andad vise that you callas early as possible and make your selec tion 3i Cash ONLY No periodi cal tickets will be taken Cl fBrower COJ c MIN A5fb BROABWAY LEXINGTON KY Ll T ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal 3rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 Announcements FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R K ROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney sub ec to the Mellon ot the Democratic party ilLOOLLINSMt to the action of the Democratic party Democratic Primary The beautiful weather of last Saturday WM responsible in a large degree to the immense vote cast in tho Democrat ic primary election which passed off quietly all over the county More than three thoiiKund votes were cast Below we give the vote of eachCcndidatE COUNTY JUDGE J 0 Chtnitult 1035 N B Turpiu 2 015 COUNT CLERK JfeKu Cobb 1 724 SaufoidOklhttm 311- COUhTV ATTORNEY R IL Crooke 1 160 W KLMchiir Jr 077 W It SbiioKeJford J8J- SllKltlFK JulIO W Ballard 1371 P B Uroaddu3C 1 710 II H Colyer 42 tH II Million 22 Withdrew before election JAILER J B Dozier 318 V T DuBreon 60 BuckJobueou N 11Jonee4I J H Kennedy 222 M II Parke FJPerkins 1o Sum Bally Phelps 80 Jack Ross 251 Morgan Taylor 480 It B Tonill Jr 587 Withdrew before election CORONER It L IJlggerstaff 1 100 J D Denny 200 Cliff Samuels 783 P A Tate 330- Brasstield not reported in this race ASSESSOR J L Baker 358 Bud DOnn 551 B F Golden 162 JohnS Long 378 Isaac J Tussey 264 Boyd Wagers 880 Tom Williams 475 SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS B F Edwards 742 John Jfoland 1 667 Solon Taylor 634 REPRESENTATIVE R W AlIlJoreo 2 420 A Good Show The Howard Stock Company which held the boards at the Grand Opera House three night last week and again Monday night pleased large audiences and proved to be one of the best repertoire companies Umt has fevor visited this city They have a strong company splnndid specialties and deserve crowded houses wherever they go For Sale I will sell at public auction at the residence of Llyod Quisenberry decd near Boonesboro on Saturday Octo her I at 10 a m the following person al property Household and kitchen furniture beds chairs feather beds bed clothing dining room furniture etc Most of this furniture is about 100 years old Also lot of silverware J R Quisenberry White Hall Ky Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot theearThereremediesIea1nesdition of the mucous lining of the oRstachian tube When tbistube is in orimperJpcttirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can betakon put and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases out Of tn are nothiilgbutuna services- We will give One Hundred Dollars fur any case of deafness caused by ca larrh that cannot be cured by Hallsf Catarrh Cure Send for F J CHBSTSY Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 7Sc Hall wilfmIJN the best 1 c kf P PERSONAL Miss Bernice Taylor visited in Ir vine last week visitingfriendsCincinnati Miss Lucy Brandenburg attended the funeral of uncle Hon D M Pryso at Btatlyville JudgeJohn W wife and child of Jacksonville Florida arc DodgeonMr D C Wiggins manager of the Grand Opera House of Paris returned to that a shoit stay with his folks here Miss Rhodes Gilchrist of Lexing ofMissesMiss Myrtle Ballard will go to Es till Springs Friday where she will spend until Sundaywith her cousin Miss Loyd from Pittsburg Penn WalkerMcChosncy MrsHarryMiss Margaret Hamilton of Va is MrsHanger herdaughtertires in Cincinnati DecaIandother relatives in the County IMn and Mrs Samuel Hisle have re antiDecaturMr Thos Engle of Oaklahoma is EngleonMrs John Rowland of Jessamine countv has returned home after a WFreeman toIcrnlsiugfor AnnieShaw relativesmIePickelsthO Worlds Fair Mr Neville Moberly of Versailles- was here last week inRichmondWinchester Miss Leila Price of Atchison Kansas who has spent the summer herewith relatives has been visiting Mrs Fannie Garnett in Mr and Mrs W R Thomas of Es Wednesdayandens The many friends of Mis Lizzie J Nanniol111ruderleave for theirhome in Now Orleans after a pleasant visit to Mrs Msitha Haley on Third street Mrs Hannah WilsQn of Washing MarthaUnleyMrs Allie Powell and children have ofRichnondCentral hasbeenbeen quite sick Interior Journal Mr Elbridge Parks Mrs Mollie Gardner Mrs Joe S Gardner and Dr T P Gardner of Irvine were hero last week to gee the big circus Mrs P F Adams Jr and son re sevcrnlweeksMiss Eva Munday cf Cincinnati t has arrived and is in charge of the Millinery Department of the firm of Farley and March Mrs R L Gentry and Mrs C D Miller returned Sunday from a months vlilt to relatives in Estill county SundayatMr and Mrs Sim Hamilton StLouisshe wmlnspeet the latest and purchasest RevWilliam JBorjattW call and will rwvaiB wltk the iarvk i ErafWt of whick jae has been pastor ior eight years Mrs Henry White visited Mra J F Reynolds in lit Sterling last week Mrs Reynolds was formerly MIs Estelle PoyntziMrs J W Arnold and babyare visiting in Mt Sterling Mrs Owen McKee has been visiting IISterlingMiss Julia HIggins has returnedp from a pleasant visit to as tires Rev W F Smith former Pastor ofathe First Christian church was here last week in Mr and Mrs Will J Collins have gone to Colorado to visit their son Dr Phelps Collins JMrhave been visiting Dr and Mrs W W Burginflreturned to their home in Illinois af ter a visit to relatives hereFMiss Susan Grigsby Lexington and Mrs Paul Lansing of Versailles spent a few days last week with Mrs J B McCreary Mrs George B Todd ono of the- onoblest and best known women in the eastern part of the County lies dangerous ill from blood poisoning at her home near Spetdwell in e SundayWinchester l Mr and Mrs W S Williams of Paris are guests of the latters par ents Judge and Mrs N B Turpiuon East Main btrcct Miss Danziger of Cincinnati Is in charge of the trimming department of Miss K V Schmidts millinerystore Miss Mabel Letton Is again with Miss K V Schmidt as saleslady and will be glad to have friends call Mrs Nannie Willis DeJarnette and sot of Virginia are guests of friends and relatives in this city Mrs D M Sharpe of Shelbyville is spending several weeks with her daughter Mrs B L Middelton Mr Robert F Feland who holds a position aS a Guarftat the Worlds Fair writes promotedand now has charge of the Educational Building and has six Guards under his supervision Nevertheless writes Bob I still wear the same sized hat Miss Bessie Crow one of RichI monds most popular and accomplish positionville Georgia This college which is presidedmarried Miss Lucy Crowe of this city Mr Elliott Poe Smith who was reported dangerously ill by Richmond to the Worlds Fair has greatly improved as will be learned from this line in letter from Mr Ronert F Folandriday last I was up at the Old Kentucky Home one day this week and The Best Hostess On The Grounds says her son is very much improved in his New Mexico home and she feels much re lieved and believes he will soon be re stored The rumor that was current here last week to the effect that Mrs Will Territorynied howeverfriends here admit that Mrs Tevis has been and continues very ill The following notice taken from the Muskogee Times of Sept 16 gave rise to the above Frank W the Umonthsoldsou of Mr and eveningorvices were conducted at 3 oclock this afternoon from the home 530 North Eleventh street Col Tevis and his interesting ramilv moved to Indian Territoryabout a year ago and darvied witu them the well wishes of a pained8 befallen him and his lovely wife The following invitation to the number of eight hundred ius been is sued from this city Mra James Weslej Smith requests the honor of yoar presence at the marriage ot her daughter Mattle Chenanltto Mr Isaac Newton Combs on the evening of Wednesday the fifth of October nineteen hundred and four at eight oclock at the liaptlxt Church Richmond Kentucky Mrs William Letcher of Richmond daughterCampbellsvillefor ford Douglas of Macon Ga who are Montgomerywill lertforfuneral of Miss May Creekmore daughter of J R Creekmore who feverLexingtonDemocrat Kyhavea formal openingas they have done in the past but take this method to an patronsthatThursday the twentyeight and twen tyninth of Septemberthey will show hatsinels from Paris among which are theI Cordaystyles recently arrived In addition ofjewelled daysinopercoatsForsythesbeingmuch beinglately presentnnThe CLIMAX has heretofore remark contracting r commentuntil the ceremony is oVer thefollowing toMissas clipped from a column notice in Thursdaylast IrJameswas celebrated last evening at 9 f Presbyteriaucburch the ceremony Itwas a beautiful event ono of the most attractive of FaUsCitya pretty breakfast in the brides honortTuesday morning at her charminglyrod autumn leaves and fruits and the name cards wote handpainted In Worthingtonstuest a RichmondMargaret Wilson Louisville entertalnmllutswas given at the home of Mr and Wednesdayftethoon guests responded to the invitations of 8oIiII the way of providing games and entertainment for the little ones They played games tripped the light fantastic and had a good time in general About four oclock they were led to the ilinlng room by Master Edwin Powell and Miss Anne Bennett Cohen where refreshments were served This room was beautifully decorated ferns begonias and pink carnations nd over all felt soft mellow light- resenting such a beautiful spectaclel one seldom sees Misses lion Florida Samuels Bessie Harris nd Elizabeth Powell assisted in receiving and serving the refreshments d a graceful and becomipgmau nero They passed room into the back parlor where Miss Mary Anne Collins served So thorough was their enjoyment that he hour for departure came only to quick Eaoi little guest bade bis host ood bye carrying withblm a beauti ul Fouvoncir and many pleasant remembrances of the afternoon rank Utter Written by Country Lid to Nayorj Combs Won Him Parole and rrom Uty lathtJoe Markeuson of Falmouth who was in the Lexington jail on a sentence f 20 and ten days on the charge of carrying concealed weapons won hisc freedom through a frar k letter be wrote to Mayor Combs The letter is self c xplanatoryhA CombsiDear SirI take this method of introducing myself to you hoping you will find my message agreeable for you to act upon 1 will certainly be under many obligations to you I came here the 15th of this month from Falmouth Ky only Jor a visit of a couple of days but meeting several of the boys and finding them sociable and being free with my coin it wasnt very one before I didnt know exactly what I was doing On the rounds I bought me a pistol never owning one before and thought it would be quite a i prize to take home With this pistol and jag I went to the L N depot to watt for my train Guess I must have shown the weapon to some one as Detective Marshall came up and marched me to the station house where I stayed all night kludge Riley gave me 25 and ten days in jail for carrying a concealed weapon Mv jail sentence will be out Sunday the 25th and it not for sake for the benefit of my mother who is awaiting my return home not knowing what has become of me I beg of your honor as mayor of the city to have Judge Riley remit the 25 fine that I may go home I had 36 when- I came here which I spent in your town and am perfectly willing to leave pistol and money too if you will let me go home I was never in any trouble before and will promise your honor if I ever come back again I will certainly let whisky and pistol alone Hoping this will meet with your favorable ac tion will certainly find it appreciated- by JOE MAKENSON Mayor Combs issues few pardons but he was pleased with the sincerity of Joes letter and wrote a letter in reply telling him that he would issue an cider for his release MtYOItS nElLY Joe Makensou Eeq care John W Mas ner City Jailer City Dear SirI am in receipt of your fa vor of the 19th inst and the same has been fully noted The frankness of your letter appeals to me and while you have acted un wise and indiscreetly I am inclined to give you an opportunity to return to your mother with the hope that you may accept her advice and teachings mid make yourself a better man I am not going to give you an unconditional pardon but I will parole yon This is as good as a pardon so long as you behave yourself Hand this letter to Mr Masner and request him to call me up over the telephone and I will authorize your release Yours very truly THOS A COMBS Mayor Negroes Cant Matriculate at Berea WILL BE iENT TO FISK NORTHERN IH TEREiT NAY DWINDLE Mr S E Welsh a merchant of Be rea Kyf was in Lexington yesterdayI says the Lexington Herald in speaking of the Berea College anti of the possible effect of the Day bill upon that institution said the prospects for a full attendance lire bright The college opened last week Arrangements have been made fur all the negro students who formery FistUniversityratio of negro students to the white students at the college last year was about one to seven The total attendance last year was 700 Mr Welsh says that it is not the loss injurethehavebeenNorthern philanthropists will be cut oil Many of these endowments were given because ot the fact that liegroes attended the college DrPearsontoward the construction of a eystein of water works There are now 200000 worth of improvement in course of construction When these are complete the buildings and improvements thatihaltlargonumberwho regard the exclusion of the negio as a good riddance They believe that since the negro is excluded the college drawfromthis and other States where it had but thelargedonated expenses are placed extremely low and this has enabled many mountain youths to at tend the collesre who otherwise conld not have afforded a collegiate education Should the fears of many prove true and the exclusion of the negro philanthropistsof board tuition etc will have to be raisedand that the attendance of the college will be lessened and its field of usefulness will be contracted Dr Pearson who made the last donation is from the Kentucky mountains and it is alleged that the elimination of the negro will in no wise affect his ron tribntions or lila disposition to contribute in the future In the meantime the Day bill will be tested in the Supreme Court Belore Committing lolcidt This Negro Leave Good Adiice to All FLee a Louisville negro who had found out the secret ot his downfall eft this sermon in a letter bore he ook hig life If you want to make a man out of yourself dont be a gambler dout run with fast women dont have but one girl at a time This advice is given by convict who is now serving time for gambling hU employers money oil he would rather gamble his motherboard money otf than eat Take this piece ot advice because it has caused the downfall of a onetime nice honuorable boy because he is now R con viet and thief Take this advice Good f bye F IEE 06 04 Lee WM the third Louisville siro commit wijcido within three w klflI b Cholig Catarrh Cured iYour Money Haclclf Hyom floes Not Cure You6 and be cured ol ca Useiyomei tai who have tried It for that disease say to their triends It is tile easiest thing in the world to stop catarrh at its beginning if yoiyise Hyomei Just breathe the healthpit ug balsamic air for a few minutes and your catarrh wilt be cured In this city and neighboring towns there re ltunI reds who can testyfy to the remarks ble powers of Hyomei to cure catarrh Mnny of the staunchest friends of this remedy today begaii its use with little hope that they would be cured but as B L Middelton offered to refund the money if it did not cure they decided to try it on that plan and were soon restored to health Robbers Captured Henry Higgins alias Moore is in ail at Paris and W H Johnson alias mith alias Thorpe is sojourning in he Richmond jail charged with bur glarizing the residencesof Mr William Bon net t and Mrs John Foster on last Wednesday morning during the parade f the gteat Forepaugh and Sells Bro The story of their crime is sti fresh and has furnished no little eX- itemerit for the past week Before the thieves arrived in his city they iatt made a good hitch from the rest lence of Attorney C W Miller in Lea iogton securing many valuables watches rings etc Following in toe wake of the big show they came on here and had hardly arrived before our splendid Chfef of Police Jas II All maH had his eyes on them On Wednesday the two strangers inquired of Chief Allman as to the location of thin show grounds and soon after got lost in the dense crowd that thronged the streets According to their conic sijn which is now in the hands of the police they did not go to the show grounds but instead went down Alain Street crossed over to Irvine and North ttrents crossed West Main where they succeeded in robbing Mrs Fosters resi ence An unsuccessful attempt was made at Mr G E Lillys as the door was answered by the servant Here e might say that the two intrnders in going ton house would ring the bell if answered they would pose as agents selling some article if not answered they w nld proceed to gain an entrance Their plans frustrated at Mr Lillys they crossed to the Bennett residence where they secured some valuable arti tIes including one feoltaire diamond ring belonging to Miss Anne Bennett valued atm5 another diamond and pearl ring valued at 125 seine bracelets that were highly prized and other articles Leaving Main they wound their way in an out until they arrived at the r N depot in time to catch the 2 oclock train for Paris knowing that the circus would exhibit there on Thursday It was their cus tom to get to a town the day before in order to locate houses they wiKheil to rob anti then get in their work while the parade was in progress As soon as the burglary here became known Chief Allman dressed in citizens clothes wont to Paris arriving there early Thursday morning and gavd Chief Hill of Paris a full description ot the suspected parties After being in Paris for awhile Chief Allman recog nizod two limn on the street as the same two who had been here He instructed Chief Hili to remain at the Fordhnm hotel where the suspects were registered to examine their baggage while lie Allman would keep a close watch on them He followed them about the city saw them visit several houses without opportunity to rob them until finally observing that they were being shadowed they started back to the hOe tel to remove their valuables Too late however for on entering Chief Hill was found to be in full possession of the stolen goods They were arrested whereupon Chief Allman succeeded in getting a confession of the robberies made in Lexington here and Paris a 250 communion service having been taken from the Catholic church at the fatter place Smith was brought to placedInerty has been recovered except the 225 ring of Miss Bennetts but tccotd jug to Smiths confession said ring is in possession of Higgins and hopes are that it will be returned Chief Allman is being congratulated on all Bides for his splendid exhibition of detective work and has only given another proof of his efficiency as an officer SmithIwas tried before Judge Rice over to the grand jury in two cases 500 in each It seems that Higgins has lately encaped from the penitentiary at Colunbni Ohio antI the Evening Dispatch of that city ot September 19 says higgins the inmate who has rot been returned has been arrested a number of times for grand larceny and bur glary but each time manages to get off under the insanity dodge He is considered a dangerous man and the polico have been instructed to apprehend him on sijthtJ What a pity that young people who are out of school cannot realize now what they are losing Better go while you can it will make life easier and much more pleasant In the futuie A new and clever swindle is being operated by a man who is going around thecountry representing himself as a repairer of sewing machines He askn to examine the machine and while doing so he takes out good pieces and inserts broken parts and calls the ladyn attention to it then he slyly replaced the good pieces he has removed and charges exorbitant prices for his work Look out for him He is bne of thu smoothest swindlers tkat ever camEl down the pike- One Dollar will bring to your address for the next 12 months both Climax and the Weekly Courier Journal Such and unpre cedented offer has never been made to the citizens of Madison and adjoining counties and coming as It does on the eve of one of the most heated campaigns ever waged in Americas should reward the Climax with hundreds of new sub scribersioo Old subscribers ian take advantage of this offer by paying up arrears and one year in advance Dont delay but send or bring your order for these papers to the Climax Prtg Co Richmond Ky FJerdnj Kidney Paths Faulty kidney work bring on thit large lamily of human miseries if which rheumatism lumbago gout neuralgia sciatica are well knovca Pills cute Invariable and finely They have iIevr- ailed yet There can be no doubt nw uncertainty about the result tit UMII a1Uddoftdl8lRsetI a tooth cures the too y p LllufdeltQn ttlt4h2kriI IIji fjf 7 4 F7I 7F 7J tf JUST RECEIVED cC9our windows I w OUR SWEEP = OUT SALE IS OVER + but we will continue to sell Low j N Shoes reduced prices See our J Bargain Counter of IK 3 Shoes and Oxfords 4 r 1 50 2 2 50 and 3 Shoes for f ii 79c 99c and 149 j S Rice and Arnold + 3 THE ONE PRICE HOUSEI7 Lffi ffi7f I IINever JBouquet Flour Frasa Bros Seed Eye for Sal Etnlirv A Arbuckle Richmond Ky t Phone 227a tf Rubber stamps ink pads d store omceIror ale A nice two story frame residence in Irvine adjoining Estill Springs proper ty The residence contains seven ronuis with all necessary outbuildings For particulars call on or address J B Broaddus Fanola Ky 7sp 4m 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 Midklff Prop Lost On Monday Sept 12 I left a red p ckett ook lying on the platform back ot Biouston Bros Saloon The book contained So in money and four notes amounting to nearly 500 For return of book and contents to this office vth- lgivrlU reward otherwise So 2t edWfie id The Finest and Largest w Yielding Varieties from Crops oi 35 to 40 Bushels Per Acre 1Our stocks are complete In both Itandsorts besides new varieties of superior merit all carefully q recleaned and of finest quality Out Fall Catalogue gives information of Seed Wheat Winter Turf Oats Rape 1000 Headed Kale Barley Rye Alfalfa Grass and Clover Seeds Vegetable Seeds etc Mailed Free Write today lor Catalog 55 The finest quality Seed are always sold under trademark brand Blue Ribbon Suds Seedamect Public Sale I will offer to the highest bidder at my home abont two miles from Lowell on Spoonville pike on Thursday Oct 6 04 at 10 oclock a m tlia following prop cuntreyearolds the remainder cows calves and yearling heifers about 200 hops consisting of large hogs sows arid pigs 1 pedigreed Poland China boar Hereford bull 1 large mare work mule plow18Clot of other farming implements be hyTermsW GillispieLowell IN OUR SAFEDEPOSIT VAULTS we afford the best possible protection for those valuable papers keep sakes thatjewelryorany thing else o f value Built to thlngoafeTwo boxyoureourit set la- Bozis rent for as los as 55 year P State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky f and see the Ncw S e I at Our Fall Line Hatsf 1 7rft havpaU JLinrigbL Comcrand r the wont nw thins c m j j r 1 F7I r our I a i vJC you Dont RoastHer i a Gas J Joke ttIbrakfRst7 m Trvingto papers burned patience exhaustedtillc breakfastI9 a m A bite Nothing hot for the work Still no t Detroit Jewel ias Range The Raven whispers only hint more a m Days work lost Off for Gas Office n Selecting a Gas from the larch stock displnvwl 1 p in Demonstrations explanations satisfactory lmade at car load cost prices No charge setting andRangoe3 p m Street service and piping nearly finish Comptent c workmen the installation J 4 p m Work completed with light over stove early end late meals 5 p m instructions demonstrations given with a line of printed instructionswith a large assortment cooking receipts 6 p m A full and perfectly cooked home piping the upper and lower ovens all complete at the same NoJwaiting With peace happiness prevailing with thin evening smoke and romp the little ones c Richmond Water Light Co we HERE AGAIN Ready to serve wants in anything desired in the Butcher Business My constant endeavor has always been to please CattleSheepmeatsi-s purchased with the greatest care and has always given killingbutwork and will appreciate any business in this line I carry in season VEGETABLES FISH AND OYSTERS as well all kinds of Give me a trial order and I will prove my sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably John AllmanMain Street McKee corner Telephone JJ3 Kentuckys Great Trots LrXINfiTONiSTilLS OCT 414 S 100000 21000 FUTURITY TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 3000 CUP MONDAY OCTOBER 10 40 GREAT DACES on BANDI The M B Parrish School of Phou ographv Hobson Building Laest in struction Positions secured tor tf Roger Williams Ciirars Fraw liron For Sale I will sell privately my farm 4 j miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creak pike known the Jas Farlev place containing 245 lIt rs with 0room dwelling and apple orchard and plenty of water This is one of the best farms in Madison county and will produce corn Tiemp and tobacco IIUB tmen In bluegrass for 1C years Price 150 pet ri TW MASTERS Slseptt tj Bicbmond Ky i New 1I of f f We the JI hats the prices are in be among first to the 2 If Love your Wife r Buy her Range Tills Is no a this firethe kindling wet newn all cold that and nl I t 12 11 Range and very Purchase for pipinc pushing for Full and full nf meal rop time with and J your as Produce pupils nice The nurse PURSES I GPdrnI Concerts Di1ll 5OOO TRANSYLVANIAf I THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 3000TUESDAY McDOWELLr GREATEST PROGRAMME EVER OFFERED WEESS FAMOUS Half Rates All acreIIiIik ditFrceDellsCut this out and pet a fullsize x of DBoUs Kidney Pills absolutely Delay may mean death DelSei g Kidney Pill will cure you Semi at ltStionllo FENCE atL J Moores Whites Station Ky All wishing to buy Fence will please call on Mrv Mooiys I i ii Ti1TiIJ j t Ii I n IfA An Opportunity In order to reduce our stock we willuntil September it make special prices on anything in our large Vehicle stock Don t fail to see our 65and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than ve are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone Iet Qarva DOTtS IleHJUOND KY I Frasa Bros MAINBTREET PHONE 186 f r I0roceries AGENTS FOR j cr i8o uet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a CanI The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEP 28 1904 Next Monday will be Court Day Three new farm wavons for sale at cost B H Luxon Bro SSsetf I For Sale Marclialneil rose bush and two Oleanders Call at this office Lost on Main street a skirt to a wine colored Mackintosh No 40 Leave at this office2tlou David Pryse one of Beattyj yilles best known citizens died last week After a short illness Mr Dave Simmons of kirksville 4 has bought from Dr J W Harris bis splendid farm near town paying I j9000 for same M IIII Allie Tribble assisted by the young ladles of Paint Lick will give a box supper Saturday Oct Proceeds for district library Everybody in vited Win Tatutn town marshal of Berea who WM stabbed several days ago by Leslie Itailinnl ol that cityfis in a pre rarions condition and his reoovory is very doubtful Examine our elegant display of Carriages Busies etc before making A purchase We are celling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L MldkitI Prop Dr J W Harris has sold his farm on the Lancaster pike to Mr David Simmons of Kirksville Price pri vate though we understand he made a handsome profit The Doctor under Rtaiuta how to handle real estate as well as to roll pills- Comnien4lng Sunday Sept 25th r anti RCMitinning until November 30th upeoial oneh excursion tickets to St Loom will he sold Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday of each wkat the rate of S025 for the round trip J W Hamilton Agt R W Colyer and William 1Mttlllrf01 lnt wnek to Joseph Boggs hound pups prlcn realized Iahout S50 These dogs came from the i Inrotec blood hound We ler S J Van Ranb of San Antonio Texas and are considered till finest breed of hounds in the United States LOST on Monday Sept 5 a steer about 2 years old weighs from 700 to two pniiti k hair mark on left hip AI liberal reward will be paid for any in formation lemiing to recovery Will W Gay 2t Wincheser Ky +44+ 44 + + 4 + + + + ++4 444444+ I Geo M Willging J + supplies your paint I twants with + t 1 BLACK MAMMY ++ + +++ e++ + + +t+ + + f +f I TtSomething to e 3 kCs O j When you have nice- Clothes why f ruin the effect with inferior Laundry Have your Shirs Collars and Cuffs laundried by the Laundry in Ky The M N Laundry Z T RICE Agt ioroMcenlce Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofChargeLanndry sent out twice a weekMon days and Wednesdaysreturning on Thursdays and Saturdays Continued Illness Supt J Wm Wagers states through this papetthat on account of continued illness in his family it will be impossi ble for him to attend to his official duties for several days possibly weeks strayed Black sow white on forehead weight about 150 pounds came to my place about 4 weeks ago Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges Pleas Benton 28sep4t Richmnnd Ky For Rent Livery Stable now occupied by JoeC Collins on Irvine St Large airy stable with 40 stalls Possession can be given Nov 1 For particulars call on E C Milllion 4t Richmond Ky Strayed or Stolen On Saturday Sept 17 dark chestnut horse about 1C hands high white spot In forehead about 10 years old two marks on hind legs Reward for in formation James Toomey- 2t Newby Ky For Sale A splendid form of 100 acres in Gar rant county Ky 2 miles southof Camp Dick Robinson on Fisher Fork pike Price 06 per acre Fr par ticulars call on or address E F Parks Danville Ky or J S Parks Marcellus Ky28s2tLast Opportunity Between this time and next Monday court day persons desiring to subscribe for the CLIMAX and Courier Jour nal roan have same at the extremely low price of 100 After next Monday this otTer will not continue as this is the limit Come in between now and Monday and subscribe and get the benefit of this splendid offer Heir to Thousands It was with much pleasure that friends here learned of the inheritance that had been left to Mr Shady Ward of Ironton Ohio formerly of this city Through his grandfather Mr Ward has fallen heir to 80000 Mr Ward is a son of Mrs Sallie Ward of this city and is a splendid young man whose friends congratulate him over his good fortune Will Go to Lexington It is with sincere regret that hosts of friends witness the removal of Mr Samuel Bennett and family to Lexington They will go the first of October and have purchased a beautiful home on Woodland Avenue Mr Bennett and his charming wife will be much missed by a large circle of friends but the best wishes willfollow them to their new home Millinery Mr E V Elder wishes to remind the public of his superb millinery stock which will he on display next week This department is under the manage montof Miss Nellie Donnelly of Cin cinnati who is an accomplished trim mer and is thoroughly acquainted with all the new styles in tall and winter hats She will be pleased tojiave you call and examine her line before making purchases EATjf is always an interesting subjectespecially When you know whore to find such We have everything I jJin season in the grocery line t Green Vegetables all kinds of i Canned Goods Fruits Candies ItJf in fact ever3thing that can be found in a first C class grocery We wall special attention to our line Vof SEEDS We handle all kinds of J FIELD AND 11 I GARDEN IL eSEEDSeGIVEUSA- CALLHarberHllguOIu J a Successors toE Deatherage Co S p I iiiwIBUY YOUR FALL SUIT EARLY tmentsNever hatfe shown splendid collection Fall and Winter Suits now Weve bought bigger and better growing demand The newest things rich brown mixtures so popular this falland here great styleNo what your shape build Lets try them Prices everybody price 500 800 900 WOO 1250 400 500 800and 2000 f IiI 5 Newest Styles 5 inNEW FALL SHOES HATS Need Shoes If so heres the place to find em Biggest stock of mensO Hats in our big stock to suit every and boys Footwear in Madison county best quality best prices 2face figure and complexion hThenew and winter dress shoes are ready in f such famous brands as hats stiff hats of every s 1BiItweIIQualityS Price rangeinall the newest lasts aid finest leathers at 250 to 600 and the best of Work m 1 to T 5 Shoes at J25 to 250 soft easy and durable Try our shoes n L A E Smiths celebrated Kanawha Salis sold only by L R Blanton tf The Harris NicVel Plate Show which has exhibited here several times Is soon to disband Not however from a case of insolvency hut instead Mrs W H Harris widow ot the formI er owner will retire with 200000 and is wull satisfied with tie result ofC twenty years business The show is being advertised and will be sold in its entirety Residence for Farm I desire to exchange my residence on the Suramitt for a small farm near town Residence contains six good rooms nice yard and gardun waterworks and all conveniences Call on or address R J McKee To Meet Here 101905 The 17th Annual State Convention of the Daughters of Rebekall in session at Ashland closed lastFriday Mrs B Juett of this city was elected to the office of Warden and the Lodge selected Richmond as the place for their convention in 1005 Registration Day Next Tuesday will be registration day and in order to vote in the Novem ber election a certificate of registration will have to be presented at the polls Democrats should not allow themselves to overlook this important matter The hours for registrating are between 6 oclock a rr and 9 oclock p m Those in this city on the above date between tfce hours mentioned who fail to register will not be entitled to a vote Eemocratic Speaking The Democratic Presidential campaign will open in this county on Mon day October 3 Col Bennett II Young of Louisville and HonW B Smith of this city will on that day address the people of Madison county at the courthouse in behalf of Parker and Davis Speaking will begin at 130- p m J A Sullivan Cam Chairman Millinery Display lIi81C V Schmidt will have on dis playnext Friday and Saturday Sept 30 and Oct 1 a beautiful line of ladles and childrens hats Her trimming department Is in charge of Miss Danziger of Cincinnati who is thoroughly acquainted with everything new and up todate in the milintry line Miss Schmidt desires her friends and patrons to call and inspect her stock which was never so complete as this season 2t Mister Kit Covtofton Will Recover Mr T T Covington returned last week from St Louis where with Ills wife he had for weeks been at the bed side of his Bon Kit Covincton Jr The young man has had to undergo the dangerous operation known to surgery as trefining opening thesknU that re lief might be obtained This was sue cessfully don and while it will be several weeks before the yunng man can leave his bed it is predicted and every where hoped he will be entirely restored to health He and his mother willreturn home in two weeks Tnrpln Sale The farm and stock belonging to the late Haden Turpm wits sold last week at Doylesville and everything brought good prices One tract ofland con taming 2331 acres was bought by James Harris for S36 per acre Tho second tract of 208 acres Was sold to William Dunbar for 3550 per acre and the third tract of ICOi acres was sold to HaydenTurpin Jr for 25 per acre A 6yearold nsiiri mule brought 1CG 1 15vnarold horse mule broughtS7 1 20yeai old maro mule 41 10yearold mare s0 10yearold saddle horse 79 cattlolStotO cows 25 to 31 calves 12 to 15 heifer calves 10 hogs 5 to 5 62 corn 160 to S170 in the held hay 9perton fodder 15 to 18 cents a shock I PfL1 J J a r y we so a of as for our in are in or on Llk to suit and but one to all 1 I T fall hats Respected Colored Man Dead Vilson JSewby a respected colorful luau died at his home at Newby after illness of long duration his death being duo to cancer of the bone Deceased was GO years old and was as honest and upright a citizen as could be found in Madison county He leaves an estate 0000 To show the esteem in which he was held his funeral Sunday was attended by three hundred white people many of them riding miles to attend lIe was an old time darkey and it is a sad reality that such as he are few and art fast passing to their rest Announces for Dty Attorney Elsewhere in todays CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Mr T Ii Collins for City Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Collins who is known by every Democratic voter in this city solicits the snpport of hIs party and promises if elected to faithfully and efficiently discharge the duties of the office While yet young Mr Collins has been a member of the local bar for a number of years and is well qualified to fill the citys most Important office If elect ed to this responsible position Mr Collins promises to be truly a repro sentative of the people and will fill the requirements of the office with credit to himself andconstituents I In Memoriam In memory of the little son of Mr and Mrs Leslie Cotton who died at his home near Silver Creek Sept 20 1904 ageil four years All that medical skill and helpful hands could do was done to save him but it was the Loids will not ours Oh it is sometime hard to say Thy will 6 Lord be done Why it was His will to take him front us we cannot understand but some sweet day it will be made known to us We should try tfl meet him where death never comes and partings are no more We miss thee from our home William We miss thee from thy place A shadow oer oar life is cut We mlaa the sunshine of thy face cannot sayl will notcay That he Is dead lies Just away OEM 4llogsForSal- eSeveiotyfive good feeders apply to J W Herndon White Station Ky 2t Farley and March The firm of Farley M arch has been In existence long enough for all to know and their motto is Good goods und low prices SIrs Ella Farley conducts the millinery department while Miss March is at the head of the dressmaking establishment anti is an accomplished modiste From now on they will have on display one of the handsomest lines of millinery and notions tine has ever been displayed here and they earn stly invite their friends to call before making pur chases in this Une Miss Eva Muuday nn expert trimmer from Cincinnatj is wUh Mrs Farley this season and is turning out some beautiful creations in hats for women and children Their rooms are in The same place in the Oldham building Give them a call 2t DangerOus Wreck The passenger train from Beattyville Thursday morning was wrecked on the bringe bejow Irvine caused by the breaking of a flange on one of the engine wheels The engine left the track at the east end of the bridge and pro ceeded about one hundred and fifty feet before it could be stopped the guard rail keeping it from going over Had the train proceeded a low feet fur ther a horrible wreck with perhaps all on board killed would have heeiimho result Mr Roseoo Reeves the en gineer kliould be commended for his presence of mind whinh tertninly saved the lives of over a score of peonle The works of clearing the wreck and epaifiuie th bridge will take several f SH 4 P r BIRTHS MEEKS Mr and Mrs Chas Meeks are rejoicing over an 8 pound boy Edward Maurice DEATHS WILLIAMS Mrs Teresa Williams widow of Kev A B Williams died at her home at Drip tock Estill county aged 72 years She was a noble Chris tian woman and had been a member otll Baptist church for over 60 years She is survived by four children all JrownIDeceased was a sister of Mr G F Edwards of College Hill and Mrs J G Taylor of this place DozzanWalker Dozier died Satur day at his home at Speedwell after an illness of typhoid His funeral was preached Monday at the Baptist church after which his remains were laid to rest in the ptagner burying ground A Champion Equire Lynn Boyd Jr the fine stallion own ed by Mr W R Boggs of Red House has made a record recently worthy of chronicling At the Somerset Fair he won the first saddle stake at Spring field took the premiums for the best saddle stallion 3 years and over also best stallion 4 years old and over and best saddle damon mare or gelding At the Casey county fair he won the sweepstakes saddle ring and at the Wayne county fair took premiums for the best saddle stallion mare or geld ing 4 years old and over the sweep stakes ring for any age and secured second money in the best fancy turnout ring I desire to sell privately my house and lot on High street Residence new with modern improvements 7alm Mrs Karr The Lexington Trots October 4th is the day on which the great ten day meeting of the Kentucky Breeders Association commences and on that day the Tamous 20000 Futurity is trotted Twentyfive of the best 3 ycarolds even known are eligible and it will bo the greatest race in history Grace Bond Alta Axworthy Ormonde Wilteen Lord Revelstoke Maud F May Earl Gazote Princess Athel Harry McKerron Floy Medium Tota ra Jesse Benyon Donmore and Elden Bells of the lot have all shown miles In from 21l7i to 21Sf and the record of the stake 210 is certain to be broken Half rates on all railroads are In force and a great crpwd is expected- to see the sensational contest for the largest contest on the trotting turf City Attorney Jackson Still Dodging Had Mr Jackson refrained from fur thor controversy citizens might have entertained a hope it was hi intention to perform his sworn duties hereafter without being goaded into doing so by an ignorant and inefficient council man but his repeated attempts to shift his neglect of duty to the shoulders of others destroys all hope ol that sert and necessitates my iotiee of his column of ridicule7 the last resort of a defeated debater in Fridays Register The public is familiar with my charges of dereliction of duty on Mr Jacksons part and to clinch those charges I pub lished a single paragraph from the City Ordinances reprinted below which everyone admits knocked Mr Jackson into a cocked hat Rut the learned City Attorney in an effort to give an example of the uncer tainties of the law has the audacity to beg the question to dodge his responsibility instead of like a courageous vigilant and efficient champion of RIGHT acknowledging he made a mis take and promising hereafter to do his sworn duty to the public to whom ho owes so much Mr Jackson vainly1 strives to make the public believe that he was relieved from reporting tothp Council a cer taUt case of violation pt the Hnndaj Saloon Law simply tccansMwo memo loors of that Council vfere spectators ai the trial and thus had persona knowledge ot said tat ai cppyieticu li It rI 111 Mr Jackson can find authority for such an assumption with his own duties so specifically set forth in Section 42 of the Ordinances of our City I shall withdraw all I have said about his lack of backbone and hits willingness to see the guilty escape justice But citizens who have followed this controversy will never subscribe to the doctrine that Mr Jackson seeks to make appli cahle in his defense Here is the law upon which I rely to sustain my charge that Mr Jackson failed utterly and shamefully to come to time in a crisis BUT ES OF TilE CITY ATTORNEY The CITY ATTORNEY SHALL report PROMPTLY to the Board of Council the names and offenses of any person doing business under a license from the authorities ot the city who maybe convicted of a violation of the conditions of their bond or of the con dltions upon which such LICENSE were granted and the date of such Ion vlcttonClty Ordinances IDOl Section 42 paragraph 4 page 30 Mr Jackson construes the plain command of that section thus Trt a lawyer it would be unnecessary for me to say the solo object of section 42 paragraph 4 is that the Council may not he unaware of the violators of the provisions of their bond and as stated in my reply to Mr Miller that they the Council cognizant of the violation might proceed to take such steps in the matter as under the cir cumstances should seem to them proper Note the distintion Mr Jackson makes between lawyers and plain busi ness men To a lawyer says he it would be unnecessary for me to say so andso and then be goes on to say in effect that if during the trial of an offender against the License laws of thu city a member ot the City Council should baprJen to be present at his In- vItation or otherwise then the City Attorney is relieved from the duty with which he is charged in the above Section and that it becomes the duty of that Councilman to notify the Council of the beautiful work done down in tbe City Court by our efficient City Attor neyWhat lawyer or what layman will subscribe to such tommyrot If it be true that the City Attorney escapes from the plain requirements of the law as to his duties above set forth in the manner he describes then why may not the duties of the Police Judge be shifted in the same sleightofhand manner to the shoulders of some member 01 the City Council who happens to witness the proceedings of Judge Rices court Section 41 of the City Ordinance says It SHALL be the duty of said JUDGE each month to furnish the Board of Council a statement of the fines and forfeitures imposed by him inning the month preceding as nmj appear from the records of IDs court Will Mr Jackson claim that Jndr e Rice is relieved from the responsibility of obeying said ordinance because member of the City Council happens to attend the sittings of his court and hai knowledge of the transactions thereof To a lawyer I would not have to sa that the reasonable object of every statute or ordinance must he considered li construing it and thsitIts applicatloi is to be made in reason and commoi sense FOR THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THAT END FOR WHICI IT WAS INTENDED To be logical Mr Jackson must sub scribe to the toregoing1egal axior from his own lips and thus rellev Judge Rice of his duty for the sam very lame excuse that the City Attor ney would gladly avoid doing anus pleasant duty But what lawyer 0 what layman is there who will say tbi Judge Rice would bo warranted in bid ing behind such tommyrot No Th law says to the Judge It SHALL t YOUR duty to do oandBO and I the City Attorney it Jiaya He SIIAL report promptly to tbp Board of CoU- IJcUand there is noi stronger way expressing the intention of time fram r of alaw than whoM th ysaym SHALL not He iYdo soani fQ IftWhen Joe Folk th Attorney t St Louis dIuyf Ii fttfti ofcorrni cI tion in the very Council chamber ol the city itself did he wait for one of the Councilmen who knew it to report it to the Council Or did he armed with a conscience void of offense against the law expose those boodlers to the whole worM convict them and land them behind the bars Did Joe Folk the truly Vigilant City Attorney hide behind some ignorant Council mans coat tail and lay the blame for miscarriage justice on such a mortal No toe Folk didnt watt to be in structed In his duty When I arose in my place at the last Council meeting and by resolution under an ordinance passed unanimously shortly before oalled for the revocation of the license ol an offender convicted In the City Court the Mayor ruled my motion out of orderFOR WANT OF OFFICIAL NOTICE OF THE TRIAL AND CONVICTION And like an au tomaton set to do its work the City Attorneywhose duty under Section 42 of the LAW it was to give such official notice to the Councilsus tained the ruling of the Mayor and by so doing uttered the severest indict ment against himself for nonperform ance of his own duty as City Attorney under Section 42 And here he comp with the learning of Blackstone to impress us with our ignorance of the glorious uncertainties of the law Let taxpayers judge Let lawyers also view the spectacle If Mr Jackson is honest in his contention above stated I challenge him to leave this matter to any three lawyers at this or any other Bar Come Mr Jackson stand up or shut up The public is tired A D MILLER Member City Council I Boys Outfits f i 1 All thats needed for boys wardrobe will be juveniledepartment styles in everything Suits Overcoats Hats Caps Shoes Boots- UnderwearTies Collars and dont forget Black Cat Stock r ings the strongest and best made for boys and girls COVINGTON AND BANKS II Li Dont Blame the Cook i1 fBecausehi i VL Unless you are a customer of Douglas Cultons ifso its sure her fault for they have nothing but the best Ourq1 3 Give Stock and Cured Meatsjare purchased by thoroughly experienced buyers and thereforeIt 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 goodmeat will be solved We also wish to announce that our Hog Killing 14 v department is complete in every respect with new and modern machinery and we guarantee every can of lard and poundof jtsausage to be the best that skilled and competent butchers can produce Best Equipment Insures Uniform Service ktii Respect- fullyDouglas Culton a Telephone 125 Main Street il El El il ii E3 13 El Ji3 E3 E3 El El El F3 f3 6 6 El Ei il 6 i Fi 9 i J i ii El- El J t l 5 If r JE3I lLi1K L DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c tJu 1 110000 ACRESIN TIlEIDEVILS LAKE RESERVATION OPEN FOR SETTLEMENTi- n the heart of the finest fuming country In North Dakota Registration arid entry lor these lands must be made at the United States Land Office at DEVILS LAKE NORTH DAKOTA Registration for the lands open for settlement begins at the Devils take Perth Dakota land Office AUGUST 8th AND CONTINUES UNTIL AUGUST 20th Drawings for these lands arc also made at Devils Lake Land Office AUGUST 24th and continues for sixty days Lands must be located by SEPTEMBER 6th Applicants must be present in person and the only railway to Devils Lake where the Land Office is located is the GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAYSe- nd 2 cents postage for folder giving detailed information with map of reserva tion what the government requirements are etc For further information and railway rates address MAX BASS F WHITNEY General Immigration Agent General Passenger and Ticket Agent 220 So Clark St CHICAGO ILL ST PAUL MINN There is nothing li- keGood FLOUREvery housewife every cook knows that Good Stakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flourt Our mill turns out the very best that can be hadofr Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of MadisonMADE BY THE Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY Ui XrRsoille SciooV 3ov1os ac fG P Simmons Principal Incidental Fees MARK S PECKIIAM AMt Fda All Grades 50 cents per Term 1 MISS ADA ALLEN Pih Dept rf Mtalc AU Fees Payable in Advance Tuition Fees B Primary S JO 00 Per Term A Primary J5 00 B Grammar 15 00 A Gra Mar 15 00 Hikhoi 2000 s IndasdtechdraaKBte 20 00 yetirOarwhat Mhool yon will patronize that Kirksville has four churches and NO SALMONS We solicit jwtronape from people who wish their children con trailed and no others Hoarding can be secured at following rates From Monday to Friday 75 Full Week 250 Smt for Catalogue and investigate G P SIMMONS Principal KIRKSVILLE KY C J r C Buy COAL Now Everything in the COAL situation points to higher prices anti 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 the BoattyvSlle1 and thus avoid any uncertainty about Quality Quantity or Price The Baattyville guarantees alt three Beattyville Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr I Tel J 84 Yards Aspen ave S f CLOTHE3 W ZZZpJ2 sssI 7 7ar rr THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goodsp r We can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock is complete We can furnish nything is gents furnish ings J Give us a callwe can please you both with goods and pri- cesStouffer i Mahler S MI1CHANi TAILOR8 TTluLi c MANLBSS LAND r R LANDLBSS MAK it cand for him whose acreage is limited because he cult a highpriced farm There are vast tracts In The Great Southwest tf within stones tbrow of farms in the highest state of cultivation J- f JonctlnthJ for illustrated literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian Territory Oklnhona or Texas VeryLow Round Rates A to any Southwestern point every Tuesday in Sptmhcr and the first and third Tuisdays in October and November 4 H Lee U IJGpo McuirerGen Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Cincinnati OhioV Spring is Comin That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way ofVWlIDPirnllilWf IDID fJ lfB to freshen up her home for summer We have everything and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most massive Bed= room Suits DressingTublesIron and Brass Beds Pedestals Fancy Odd Chairs Couches Davenports and everything Come to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Fulland 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 WISIOLDHAM x TfIWe Trip Tabourettes BUILD up and keep our trade by selling goocImateriaFat low prices and by making prompt shipmentsV Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co EminiCiORR Lexington Kentucky b t Fm1m m 71 + The Golden Glory 11 of Autumn is Radiently Reflected in our magnificent showing of il New Fall Silks and Dress Stuffs 7 ofSseason invariably receives the preference of the most fastidious dressers in Richmond Tho styles weaves anti ffifabrics with their rich autumnal colorings are more than + unusually attractive this season and will meet with the ap proval of our pationsMany of our first arrivals are exclu sive novelties of course not to be duplicated again this soasonVEarly choosing invariably means best choosing 71We invite to call and see many of the seasons popular shades 71 WN White and Gibson ffi ffi I71 7I ffi 7B7 i Big Hill Coal Co RETAIL YARD Estillave near L N DepotVOld Christian property VAVJN1TE COALBest and Cheapest VVBuy your r whiter supply now and save money Phone93H F BARKER Agt jk 58 18cO I Props tkees Era Glty SrJek eotapamy Maaulmctarers ot Red itS Central City W Va Feb 13tb 1901 ASHLAND PAINT COt Ashland KyVMAMMYPaili1tYours trulyVCENTRAL CITY BRICK CO By A HEvans ftrWjl IIW1RI J t SECRETSAt Woman on her way to setnimvaliftis caused by pregnancy suffers much pat Ignorance prompts her th suffer aont In silence and remain in Ute dark as to tho true causemoUlerhoo1- Mothers Friend takes the doctor place and she has no cause for an inter She is her own doctor and hei modesty is protected Daily application tr the breast and abdomen throughout pregnancy will enable her to undcrgo gestation in a cheerful mood and rest mdisturbcV Mothers Friendis a liniment for external use It would indeed be shameful if the sacrifice ofmodesty were necessary to the successful issue of healthy children All women about to become mothers nied send only to a drmj store and for ioo secure the prize childbirth remedy Healthy babies are the result of useing Mothers Friend Our book U Motherhood mailed free THE BRADFIELD BEGUUTOB CO ATLANTA 6 I Mf +CALL AT++ ++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWNV Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensecbydation Qenulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap 3SSSS5SSSSS5SSS Phone 3 Second St D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY DENTAL STJRQERY tT 1atTte ootbn- trTIsr OP LOUISVILLE Kr BuildingIchmSndnorl7ly V M Blanton DENTIST 43Offlce m Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 196 lOYanceDOMrs D 0- Osteopathic W1 Physicians Hobson Building Literature1 furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School or Ostheopatby zigrfre iale Mr S S Carrier and son who con duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having an immense fire sale andare offering things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned are 9000 bushels of coal at 9 cts per bushel A full line of groceries anti other mer chandise all new and fresh coffee lOcts per Ib and up calico 5o work shirts 25 to SOc ready made garments latrst fashions Wo also have meal Hour corn feed hay 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 aro reasons why we can offer things at such low We pny cash for all klndofprodnce Give us a call22June Cm cCt Diamonds j c Watches Clocks r Cutglass All kinds of Teweiry- and Precious Stones tV of very description lfheso are some of the Vto be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If yourVwatch or olock refuse to go take thom to Lane he c will fix them If your ring needs resetting tnkt it to tooIJewelry establlshnmnt go c to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles I v L ELaneJe- welerU and Optician OLD JOE VIIIKY Hand ode Sour MashV a Every drop goarat Vtee to he pure It is of old style mannV Vfacture NoVBETTERVVcan be foundVfor medicinal pur poses You Want theVtTbest FurnishedStrldtly toV Family 10 year old in jogs tOO per gallon 10 bottles SO 5 U t l jnjs250 5 bottles 3 t New Whiky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled PropOldatcBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky What is Life t knowsbutpiinresultsinentofthft organs resultingin Con troubleDrthlerotjkli3uly c r LfrEEEV-1Through I via The Iron Mountain Route The true Southern Route Commt ncinc Saturday September 17 mid every Tuesday nnti then alter Ihc Iron Mountain Route will run tlnjuji tourist bleeping oars St Lou8 tii Los Aiipelw Cal via Texarkaia a1idVEt Paso The True Southern ho lie ItIhe pXClIrHIOIISwlll be per naally conducted ami the service vlll iVeVtptodsteFor information and betitiFarvfltiniifi on on or niMresc A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut t eet Cinoiuiiati OhioV Fearful Odds Against Him ltedrtIdenalone antI dcsJiIllte Such III brief was the condition of au old soldier by the tissue of J J havens Versailles O For yours he was troub tllthErduclOTSlar lenntti he tried Kleetric Bitters It put him iii his feet in eliot t order and now he tee ifleit I am on the road to rompleti recovery It BeSt on earth f1 Liver and Kidnev troubles and all forms of Stomnrh and Bowel coin plaints Only50t Guaranteed by It Ptorktun druggist 1m r has a GripStays IItBLACK PAINT onI L =4 I Only I- IOO Daily and Sunday DemocratFor preSi1I I the P newsy WALTON Lexington Ky I + 84P Public Sole OF Stock Crop and Farm ing Implements Having sold the farm wa will offer at public sale on the James H Miller farm situated on Silver Creek eight miles BOuth of Richmond Ky at 9 oclock a ni1 on Wednesday Sept 28 the following described property Six head 2 yearold steers 16 head 1year old steers 2 head 1 year old heifers 4 headof good calves 1 extra bull calf 3 registeredHerafons12123U he by Acrobat OS4GO owned and sold by Giiltuer Bros of Eminence Ky for nine thousand 0000 Six of these cows are sft iti calf to this grand young sirt and threeotbers have calves by their side This little herd consists of firstclass sloff and all in Rood cotull tion The entire herd can be bought at PedigreetfurnishedWilton blood is predominant 1 pair work mules 2 extra jennets one due to foal pair extra 2yearoldmules 2 brood inures 1 3yearold mare in foal to jack 1yearold filly by Haxhall 1 pair 8yearold extra draft horses Also onr fine 4ypnrold combined stall byCurtisGordo dam Lee by Old Peavine the horse has size quality breeding and action anti more speed either at rack or Astf t his first crop of cults won the 100 premium at the Kirksville fair this year over a ring of 17 entries 20 heath hogs 80 acies of corn and fodder 25 torts extra timothy hay in bale tons extra clover hay a lot of fheaf oats and millet farming implements consisting nn1Irazichayloadermowing machine 2 hay rakes harrows plows torks hoes etc 1 sot blacksmith tools 1 new cutting b x either hand or power 2 corn shell Ill 1 corn planter check row anti drill attachment 1 prairie State incubator and 200 chicken brooder Terms mane known on day ol sale Arbuckle Letcher KI RKSVI rlg KY Lone Tom Chenault Auctioneer r Farmers Econo- my1The MAMMY Paint L JIthatch itats lor Sale I have for sale twenty church seats twelve feet long Will sell as a whole or separately to suit purchaser callon or address M F AEBUOIxL- Eim Silver Creek Ky Farm ForEdesiro to rent privately my farm four inies north of Kirksville for the year 1005 The farm contains 130 Acresten acres for tobacco about 20 acres for corn SO acres for small grain and the remainder in grass On this land is a nice residence tenant houseand tobacco barn and other necessary outf IossosiQlTgfvensowing grainMrs Richard Clark Teeptf COTTO BURG KY Address WILBUR R SMITH LEXIMCTON KY rurunilbliC1WEXGIAL xpot4efleferi aphySpeeiaitiesWt1eTnionfloekaaV lufnetfdeolredNe ouddr01I1WI vftook for the trade mirk- MAMMl1- vBfcAGK j Vji TWO BLUE GRASS Farms for Sale j I have in my hands for sale the fol lowing farms in Madison county The two farms of Mrs James W Smith the first known as the Hugiiely place and containing about 270 acres This place is well fenced watered and- S in good condition in every way hav ing thereon a dwelling and all necessa r outbuildings one large barn and several small ones large youngorchard cistern and everything that goes to make a comfortable home Fifty acres in cultivation ha rest in blue grass The second known as the Crr place and adjoins trart No I and contains about 438 acres residence good fencing cistern barn orchardand well watered 100 acres in cultivation and the rest in blue graBs Both of these farms are on turnpikes and are in onehalf mile of schol house and one nrone half miles from church and postoflic- eThisisfirstiiiasslanl in a good corn munity and is a monty maker to the one who buys It For further particulars call on or address L P EVANS 14spp9t Richmond Ky Bucklens Arnica Salve has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm tor Cuts Corns Burns Bolls Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hand Skin Eruptions In fallible for Piles Cure Guaranteed Only 25c at R C Stocktons drug store Itn 1 desire to sell privately my house and lot on High street Residence new with 7slm modern improvementsI Wire trace I am agent for the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will call on or address- J D LONG ayllOt lyr RicLmon Ky We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It with pay you to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan ners at moderate prices The best rub ber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S T Midkiff Pdoj Hay rever Can Be Cured All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of Busmens Catarrh Cure to refund the money where it fails to cure any case of flay Fever no mat applicationCatarrh Cure is a new discovery it is the only hay fever remedy sold on a youri4tarrhby B L Middelion sept One Dollar will bring to your address for the next 12 months both Climax and the Weekly Courier Journal Such and unpre cedented olT r has never been made to the citizens of Madison and adjoining counties and coming as it does on the eve of one of the most healed campaigns ever waged in America should reward the Climax with hundreds of new sub scribersLOOl t il Old subscribers can tak advantage of title offer by paying up arrears and one year in advance Dont delay but send or bring your order for these papers to the Climax Prtg Co Richmond Ky Placing Kldtey rains Faulty kidney work bring on that large family of human miseries of which rheumatism lumbago gout neuralgia sciatica are well known members DeBellsKidney Pills euro Invariable and finely They have never failed yet There can be no doubt no usingJeBoltsdiseases as surely as pulling a decayed salebyAccept no substitute insist upon BLACK MAMMY Tat I desire to say to the people of Madi on county that I have sold my saloon on First Street to Bronston Brothers With whom I am not connected in any way Ihiaveopeneda saloon on the same street just below JHke Enrights old stand and I am now ready to accommodate mv customers Pleats call and see me Rtspt- ljaii05 W M CBEEKMOIIE For coughs colds bronchitis asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption take Ayers Cherry Pect- oralCherry PectoralAlways the house We have been saying this for 60 years andIso have the doctors myfamilyin the world I knowf or aU throat and tuner troable MES J X WOKCB08S Wtthaeif Jliui COAllTheLungsJon VflltWS wtm Avs PHI i lore Heat = Less cail works on scientific principles the coal is fed from underneath the gases pass thro the flame instead of arising from it and are consumed and transformed into heat Not an iota of heat value is lost coal bills are reduced 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 Squeeze Out All the heatvalue of coal thehotsmoke are combustibleif the is takeu to insure coV bustionThe PeckWiiliamson Furnace hSifflfflOfls Sole Agents for PeckWilliamson Heating Ventlatin Co 337 West 5th St Cincinnati 0 Richmond Ky Illinois Central Railroad 3800Louisville Very Low Rates to Portland Oregon Spokane Washington other points in Southwest September 15 October 15 1904 Through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Special Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark Return Wednesdays Saturdays of Weekuntil September 30 J904 Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona Texas house and to the to SfCMl Low One way Rates inV on first and third rnV in each month to tile Indian TerritoryOkIaholand Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the H R Co is iwni monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vogetablegardenintzstock raisin dairying etc in the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi at Louisiana or Homesneker who will his uRine anl a dreSs to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 11 inclusivi and others as they are published from month to For throughrate tickets and rates copies of folder descriptive of and Orleans apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P AM- Louisville Kv EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY tSCOBPOKATBD Long distance and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost in Southern Indiana Illinois Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick theIWe able Equipments and facilities passed ORCreideinrrI Li H BLANTON IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main B StreetsprrPhne 85 D B SHAOKELFORO CO Tiger Disc Corn Planters Hamilton Corn Planters Tiger Disc Harrows Hamilton llatrowsV Tornado HarrowsV Tiger CultivatorsV Brown CultivatorsV Oliver Chilled Plows Sanders Disc Plows iC Malta Double Shovels ipJAvery Double Shovels 72i Collars Back Bauds and Hames your your Gases prop means Undetfeed and and and each and Roundtrip Southand Southwt Arkansas Illinois Central Every Farmer forward monthVfree California New lines anywhere Southern Kentucky Tennessee solicltyour patronage Rates reason unsur DEALER and Disc Disc Bridles O K Steel Range Miller Steel RangeV Willaril Steel Range Radmantflome Steel Range Ilsigan Gosaline Engine Advance Steani JDngiue Gutting ityx s Griss Mills 2 Feea li11i Corn She1ls IHtt3 FoiksSh d Pit Double Trees LikS IIingt and Bolts v More Things than Letters iiitpis Paper H- Call and See for Yourself D111VShUCkC1id Co 1 n Ir i J Ir I JI t I