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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t TI CLIMAXl fit1- a i fOLUME31H i RICHMOND MADISOZi COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1904 UMBER 20 J PHONE 80 vA V A V i i J 1 j r l r 7 t i i h r l Ji iJ jr= t y Y lli z k llir t = F J 78 17I 7I On the Teeth Dependst- he condition of the general health Removing or titling decayed teeth means the removal of the cause of much disease Tho skillful application of DENISTRY Solid Gold Teeth5 50 CoH Fills 1 50 Amalgam Fills 75 Toeth Extracted 25 All our work fully guaranteed Will give gittafaetion under all circum stances V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky Fur Shampooing Manicuring Fa vial MftPsnge and all kinds of toilet req nisiteg call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to Piffifs grocery on Main street Jhttf Far itubber Stamps call at this ofn P PROFESSIONAL CARDS- ATTORNEYS R oJ MILLER ATTOKSETATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office n the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National Bank febSly JASLrIaLIVAN ATTORNBYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank k Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street 0 D M AT Ld WttiCHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- CODNBELLORB AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Once In John Bennett old law office over Perry k Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS S AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jffice in the Dr Hobson building MalnStreet Gordon Reed Rubber Stamp Makers Climax office E C WINES DRUG STORE 71FI BJlRGJjINS LACKEY AND HAMILTON ffi7l1 prolooged UHENAULT- ATTORNEYS DR Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Oct 12 1904 For Sale have for sale privately a rood farm 53 acres three miles west of Richmond on the Lancaster turnpike known as the Jake Bronston place On this farm is nice two story dwell- Ing and all necessary outbuildings and fertileIdress Jas Me Bronston 17atf Richmond Ky or tat sinjlelorISmytf 292 KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR CONSUMPTION Price 50c 5100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK For sale bv R O Stockton h ELDERS x ARGIN STORE 1J Warm Weather Suggests1J the necessity ot the immediate purchase of jusif suchwarm weather fabrics sis ills made t of and the attlactiveh low prices that prevail throughout this inoneysavirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here g Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with choice wash fabricsas tins store is famous for 61 Extra ood 12 Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest in JI1 checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc Ai Madras the most suitable material for Shirting and Shirtwaists regular 12c lOc We are showiii a beautiful line of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5c up Knicker all the shades cheap at 25c our price 15 Jacard Voile Suitin atedgVoile seven to m c C i MockBosfags blab ppIiced heals and toes i n a a P Y g the iron kind 2 tlteat real llaco 2x2rlbbedworth ZSn nt l5c pair 44 dozen Bicycle Stockings f wear double heel gad toes made o firm tread but elastic atzes7 to 16 worth 25c at Hie per pair oMattinJ8 10 lE rind 20c yard Carpet 12c to 125 igrd See our stock oI Rugs Oil Clotir0 to 75c vd ara showing the prettiest tock of lens Suits nt I98 to Sl0 ever shown in Richmond Youths SnitK J Vi I to 8S Knee Suits SI tO5 lien 8 Shirts 25c 1051 Straw Hats men and boys b 8 lOc up tol M kty Stock of Notions complete race nrtona ft hnnnlifnl linn to select from 39c to 91 pair Pole 8 nnd lOc V complete Brass extension rods 8 10 and 15c New Stock Ladies Muslin Underwear Coreot Covers 10 to l Pants wc Gowns 48ci Skirts bOc Ask to see them Ladies Walking and Dress Skirts 125 to J1 875 They are beauties s MILLINERY t Prices4fj W Moro bRautifnl styles The smartest creations of the season are here and at surprisingly Low Waist Rats the most beautiful stylet at 1 toe 98 Hundreds of beautiful trimmed Hats ready for- yottrcliooainRmaked at special Low Paces tosuit all purses hlldrenfS School and Drees Hats Flow See them Bleached Pillory Cases loll size and tine quality chOIce wearnz quaff goolA IIf 5164fleeA1 SffSlctSreHi om5cupPto25ceach Do not fall to see them Wo have only a few Jardineres left at Jtf f 55 29 34 39 and 49c U i Respectfully Submitted to th Cash Trade f4ii 1 w c u LANDMAN I containing a Telephone ellGOI1 styles plaids Corded grade servlceacle 4 V Jf ftldtpr auk 4 r a i o centsy Eight cents a pound is v llat a jyoujigijybman paid for twelve nun lsof flesh Shewas thin and weak and paidope qjpllar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak gainedtltthe bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable material Some pay more some less somdj get nothing for their moneY You get your moneys woe hwhen you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little teed ti SCOT BOWNE CHEMISTS tog Pearl Street I New York soc and Sipo all druggists EMPLOYES WALKING ADS1 Many Efrms Compel Men on Payroll to Jjse Their Articles While r Not atWork tinny firms who deal In articles of apparel and adornment look on their employes out of business hours as mere walking advertisements for their specialties Wearing his employers latest novelty In fashionable attire the young counterjumper has to move about among his friends and acquain tances doing his best to create a demand for the article In question Some of them like the system exceedingly while others as cordially detest It but any failure to wear these novelties In male adornmentwhich are served out to a selection of the staff as they ap pearwould probably be met with dismissal Hatters and tailors submit cheerful ly to wearing the very latest shape In everything but an employe In a famous firm of cycle dealers and agents told the writer that their staff had not only to ride the companYs machines supplied at cost price but to use and endeavor to popularize every absurd Invention that the firm took up Thus he said his bicycle was equipped with a speed indicator patent puncture stopper pneumatic backwheel brake selfcleaning chain and a folding han dle bar not to mention a lamp burn Ing compressed gas and an antivl bratory spring saddl- eWINDOWDFIESSING AN ART Is a Vital Part of Advertising and Merchants Find It Indispensable in Their Business In one important department nn molested by public rltlclsm the adver tisers have even now established taste fulness as the underyling essential principle of their competition says Charles M Robinson In the Atlantic This is In tt lndotr dressing a vital part of advertising Tie beautiful not the bizarre the attractive rather than the startling the alluring arid inter eating are now sought in the window effects of every shop from the great department store lo the llttla candy kitchen from eta basement lights of the modest florist to the loin llate glass rent of a shoe emporlirj Sala ries cf several tti utand dollars a year are paid in cities to the artists most skilled in windox dressing and their requisitions for plants or ribbons totally irrelevant as these may be to the stock on sale and designed merely to add to the beauty of the window picture are honored ungrudgingly In effect the merchant says Give me a beautiful window that people will stop and look at and that yet shall in dlcate generally tJ f sort of goods I handle nad Ido not care what It costsBULLDOGS POOR FIGHTERS Canines Very Popular But Are Not as Formidable as Many Suppose It will surprise most uninformed people to learn that the bulldog Is about the most popular dog of the present day says a writer in Country Life This Is true at least with regard to the exhIbit- Ing section of the dog world Undoubtedly the ordinary citizen who has In his minds eye one of those halfbred dogs which may sometimes be seen hauling along as tough a looking specimen ot the sport as Is the dog Is not so far wrong in falling to understand how any person of gentlemanly instincts can fancy such dogs but these are not bull dogs any more than a mule Is a race horse They are merely naifbred fight ing terriers Then the dally press Is not free from misleading the public for nearly every case of attack on the part of a dog Is ascribed to a savage bull dog whereas bulldogs are not savage and are uncommonly poor fighters Ten acity of grip with all the strength ofhis powerful jaws is about the end of the bulldog as a fightertCOFFEE AND TEA FIGURES British Subjects Consume But Little of theFormerUnitedStates Surpassed by Brazil 44 The people of the United States drink more coffee than any other nation on earth says a writer In the St Louis GlobeDemocrat but not as much in proportion as the people of certain other countries When the difference in population is taken into consideration Brazil far surpasses us as a country of coffee drinkers BeIginm and Holland also ex cel us in this respect The consumption of coffee per capita In Brazil js 14 pounds each year in Bul glum and Holland It Is 11 pounds while Iin the United States each person In the population consumes an average of about eight bounds of coffee yearly England Is away behind In the procession with a consumption of only onehalf ppunflper capita annually but the amount oti tea consumed on an average In that country by each person Is five times as greit as In the United States f f 0ti irmdl J f lli f l m1I FallS Winter SEASONK l 190405 We are ready with j newest styles ea ODaDle NovelUe Latest Attractions Finest Selections Greatest Assortments At Love t Pri raanaa J guaranteed COR 4 71 71 171 7f 71 71 71 ffi F III Fall and Winter I 1 We wish to thank our many friends and customers for esteemed patronage during the past season and bespeak for your most generous patronage for the fall and winter season of 190405 We want to make this season the banner season of business To do this we have made greater preparations bought more goods and bcarefua watchfullness will work hard to merit your tradeI 1f1 Come J Wew W F A Multitude Opportunities Fall tIiG sad plenty of them are now read for your We are to serve the fall and trade the and Best Goods the markets afford We are ready tp offer choice values and I confident of every purse and every taste values for your have offered than are prepared to give you this wseason in goods of worth We laid iu our new goods at close prices the determination to sell our patrons tit the thatwereoiferQo Artisticare oecassions for dress and goods which are es 1 pecially adapted for such uses lYe carry such goods ip our stork and think you will be able to find here just such materials best suited stylesIoIoJOJ selections with assurance that goods and style are correct and has been discussed in vogue by for this season r I to We the I rj J Quality tyle and fit are combined in this cele brated brand of Hosiery Our prices will please you uI as well as tho Hosiery Ask for the Topsy Brand when you want hosiery Fall and For Men Women and Children This is numerous in our stock of clean warm Un appreciateOurI AND BED SPREADS We are making special hhowing this season of splendid Blankets Comforts and Bed Spreads We can supply with the fimst medium and low grades at the very lowest prices at I to Full- Fashions We lower prices on Canton Flannel Outing Calicoes and Cottons of all ever paid them now when cotton was low Get our low cash all you buy will save you money All and new No carried over stuff 1 to see our are in Hat is best hat on no a Hat for and be t 71 i rr 71 7F 7I 7F F FI I 71 7 Baking Powder there is no with the no sweat of the sweet clean food Full in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for all kinds bread with Royal Powder Gratis to any address ROYAL 9AKIN0 pOWOER CO 100 W T o eA Letter would not interest you if youre look loA tot a Salve for Sores Burns or Piles I suffered with an sore for a year but a box of Ar nica Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25c nt R 0 Stock toirf store Inr F r New in are for of drue t S NEW YOAK Broke Into House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his health by ins vasion of Chronic When Or Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his was arrested and now hes entirely cured Theyre gear an hand Can t used by any hand Paint e r i J C ti t i MAIN FIRST j we we sell goods paying That Our Low Goes Cash Need satisfactory New housekeepers ont wait buy NEW Prices Only Topsy Winter BLANKETS Readytowear c For A for my lost at tire filled case box my E E W in on back at Store Main St E Dr of In teat to in The man in New and one who is con from his Dr Z Hart of N H no is in all ot the than Dr as he has been a and the best h6 has been For he has ed with in its worst form be to the and of his Dr Hart said I just as well have my in the orI grew worse worse It is duo to my that I tried The in his way God that I did fur me com fy wife and I will swear that me of the worst case of that ever I used to at and had a in the me a deal I and I am the use of B L is the for the A coats but Sir extra 50c He sells it gn ran tee to the if it does not n I I7Im COIne through totS h J aWe i I lpurchase t t Y e 1 Begin Season of Early Buyers 1IXSV 1 unquestioned closestt DressTh- ere is t AiIN AND It J CashPrices X who come Remember Buyers Money III IIHosiery Underwear COMFORTS IIquliliesj your new We are the of Fine Suits for men that IIchSaltsSkirts IIlowIILaeeCotton priceson domestics before Cloths it youI II Good Goods At Right Prices Make Happy ustomerst Ipont styles in Hawes They Hawes I Iexceptions Buy Hawes 300 happy W D OLDHAM CO rfZl BUSY BEE CASH STORE H F7F 7Iffi 7171 ROYAL M Jkes Clean Bread With Royal Baking Powder mixing hands brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facility healthful instructions making biscuit andcake Baking Loye Constipation Stockton1drn Prepredby BLACK lUiAM14IY FlalU worth having prices Our Motto Cash Ladies Garments Reward Watch watch Open bingo monogram Leave Lanes Jewelry opposite Court House Edward Weaver Physicians Good Luck Huts Fortunate Experience pedal Many Richmond happiest England today gratnlations friends Phillip Laconia Frobaby physfcian better known parts United States Hart great traveler knows people wherever years suffer catarrh Although resorted latest scientific treatment consulted many brother physicians finally might thrown money river amt really wifes good judgment Hyomei Doctor emphatic added Thank Hyomei cured pletely Uyomel cured catarrh existed cough constantly nijht dropping throat which kept awake great raised thick phlegm wasJn ahorrible However entirely cured solely through Hyomei Midddlton localaficat Hyooui famous treatment which cures catarrh Without stomach losing complete outfit bottles under refund money 1vouthet m m Fand look our stock Sh G00dow flea with every vt IHSpecial display of iJi and stud th new styles and get low prices the With For rubric inspection ready winter Newest Choicest best areOJ satisfying Better money never with artistic fashion ungly our His trouble liberal reward initials our DRESS GOODS SILKS rtoctingthis FALL SUIT showing greatest variety Schloss Bras Custommade naming Brown Cotton Bleach kinds than fail Hats just and the the earth f customary receiving condition ioo = fj I Paint Protection r Thepractical paintersays when your house is cov eyed with at Pattons SUNPROOF f Paint tleyedguaranty you have i the best possible yourhouse Y IPatt a and rain heat and cold twice as long as hand made paint Guar longSendPATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee WIs I Geo M Willging209 W Main next to Madison Natl Bank Paints Oilsr W iri dtlBALCS 1- NewGoodsi VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Ir Always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color it used alldandruff n Rttfcber Stamps this office t a n ji f 4vv Vifj3p p ft c p t q ii ft eo ts s OOSOeS SlS SSSSSS S ssssssses s e s eI TriiiiTJV s S r Out Sale S Ih IIc e gr ian tiusini I d St s 5I I H decided to business at once we are 0ff CSI our stoc 0 BOOTSe o S iliit hoes utI Gents rnisiugs I I rip I E at Cost for Cash 0 nl ScSWe are determined to close out and we offer es- j1J The greatest Bargains of your Life JJJJ OsSI E from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and see- S S SS for OUrself All persons owing us will please call and settle S PJj CRUTCIIER TRIBBLE JII Ialn Street Richmond Kentucky O a S S J5 0 S uoo The Richmond Climax PUBLIMHItDIVCKY WEDNESDAY RYI The Climax Printing Co Incorporated n J 05 CHKKAULT Prerfdent A D MILLEREdItor Manager WEDNESDAY OUT 5 1904 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT SALTON B PARKER of New York i FOR VICE PRESIDENT- Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS of West Virginia FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS BUY AN of Nebraska FOK JUIX1B ITn AlIKLLATB DISTRICT JAMBS E CANTIULL oSeMtonityFor G U JILBERT el Shelby lorRelUR W AI1LLKH For Oonty JiuIe- N WTURPIN For County Attorney IL II CnOOICB Per Slwriff P B BKOADDUS For Uotmty Oterk JRSSICOUIFor BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L IUGI RSfAFF r fer RentSLivery Stable now occupied by Joe fnllins on Irvine St Large airy stable with 40 stalls Ioeeebsion can be given Nov For particulars call 01 E O Milllion- 4t Richmond Ky Strayed or St len On Saturday Sept 17 dark chestnut horse about 16 hands high white spot In forehead about 10 years old two marks on hind legs Reward for in irinatioil JAmes Toomey- 2t Newby Ky Wilton Jellico Coal sold only by L R Blanton Phone 85 tf r Browers Wood Mantel Sale We Have Concluded to go out of the Wood Mantel r business and are now offering our large stockof Mantels f Tiles and Grates at cost 0 Each Mantel is marked in plain figures complete with tile and grat f We offer these goods for r immediate acceptance and ad vise that you call as early as i possible and make your selec r tion JI Cash ONLY No periodi cal tickets will be taken t CFBoweilCo tfAlN AND BROADWA Uf i K LEXINGTON JfYi ii ED BLANTON CO 1 Lumber and Coal 3rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 I AnrouncementsI We lire ROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney sub ject to the Hdion of the Democratic party We are aMthoriud to announce THOS H COLLINS a candidate for City Attorney sub ject to the action of the Democratic party TUg Lebanon Enterprise says the nest Legislature of Kentucky will be ticked to pass a law requiring all nom inations of all politics parties to be made by primary elections instead of by conventions the expense to be borne by the State This is a move in the right direction and will meet the endorsement of a large majority uf the voters This is direct govern ment by the people who should have a say always in the selection of their nominees The man who is afraid to place his chances before the people direct has little business in asking for ollico the gift of the people NOT only the possibility but the p obahility of Judge Parkers election becomes apparent as soon as one studios election victories of the last two contests In 1896 Bryan received 176 electorial votes It is conceded that Judge Parker is certain to carry every State that Bryan carried in that year add to this number the 36 votes of New York and the 12 votes of Ken tucky which wont for McKinleyand it will give him 224 votes just 15 short of the 239 required to elect If he carries Indian he will be the next President If he carries West Vir ginia and Wisconsin he will win In faot there are a dozen different pro babilities that make it easy to fore cast a Democratic victory Foil many months past the various candidates have busied themselves in the county primary election which was held Saturday Sept 24 Those candidates who were defeated should not allow themselves to feel dis appointed to such a degree that will cause them to lessen their energy to ward electing the national candidates at the November election which is now only a few weeks off but should put their shoulder to the Democratic Wheel and help to turn it earnestly and vigorously The Democratic campaign as opened hero Mondav and all the Democrats should take renewed interest Prospects were never brighter than now for a Demo eratic victory and with a complete organization of the party and steady work in her interest there is no reason why success should not crown our efforts 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 mentof Miss Nellie Donnelly of Cin cinnati who is an accomplished trim mer and Is thoroughly acquainted with all the new styles in fall and winter hats She will be pleased to have you call and examine her line before making purchases Hop For Sale Seventyflve ROOd feeders apply to J W Herndon White Station Ky 2t STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOxlDOss LUCAS FBANKJ CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of FJ Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each arid every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv the use of Halls Cntarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in mY presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 I A W GLEASON 1 SEAt Notary Public Halls Oatarrh Cure is taken inter nally and nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free FI CHENEY Cc Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best- Failcy and lohJch The firm of Farley March has been toIknow and their motto is Good goods and low prices Mrs Ella Farley conducts the millinery department while Miss March is at the head of the drtss making establishment and is an accomplished modiste From now on they wil have on display one of the handsomest lines of millinery and notions that has ever been displayed here and they earnestly invite their friends to call before making pur chases in this line Miss Eva Munday an expert trimmer from Cincinnati is with 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 Judge Parker Accepts Judge Parkers letter of acceptance has fired te hearts of the Democrats with courage and zeal as nothing else has done It is just such a document as we have been hoping would ema nate from him We urge everyvoter to read it from beginning to end He sums up the issues in the following concise and lucidmanner I have put aside a genial work to which I had expected to devote my life in order to assume as best I can the rcsonsibilities your conven tion put upon me I solicit the cordial cooperation and generous assistance of every man who believes that a change of meas ures and of men at this time would be wise and urge harmony of endeavor as well as vigorous action on the part of all so minded The issues are joined and the people must render the verdict Shall economy of administration be demanded or shall extrayagance be encouragedShall wrong doer be brought to bay by the people or must justice wait upon political oligarchy Shall our Government stand for equal opportunity for special privi legesShall it remain a Government of law or become one of individual ca priceSShall we cling to the rule of the people or shall we embrace benficent despotismWith and confidence we await thepe pies verdict- If called to the office of President I shall consider myself the Chief Magis trate of all people and not of any fac tion and shall ever be mindful of the fact that on many questions of national policy there are honest diff erences of opinion I believe in tle patriotism good sense and absolite sincerity of all the people I shall strive to remember that he may servfr his partybest who serves his country best If it be the wish of the people that undertake the duties of the Presi dency I pledge myself with Gods help to devote all my powers and eni ergy to the duties of this exalUu office I No utterance of the present caiu paign has made such a strong Impression over the United States as the Parker letter of acceptance Temperate in tone the Democratic candi dates exposition of the issues is regarded a well calculated appeal to the good common sense and reason of the people Judge Parkers assurance that If elected he will insist upon a thorough overhauling of the Executive Department has created somethingof a sensation Millinery Display Miss K V Schmidt will have on dis play next Friday and Saturday Sept 30 and Oct 1 a beautiful line of ladles and childrens hats Her trimmine de partment is in charge of Miss Danziger of Cincinnati who is thoroughly ac quainted with everything new and up todate in the miltiitry line Miss Schmidt desires her friends and patrons to call and inspect her stock which was never BO complete M this season 2t l L Noticei To tlix legal refers QfKirltrille Magisterial District of Madison county Notice Is hereby given that a petition signed by more than twenty voters of the Kirksvilln Magisterial District of Madison county Ky has been filed In the County Court of Madison county asking a submission of the question whether cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said district and the County Court of said county has asked to direct the flicers of the election of said district to open a poll at the next regular election to be held in said district in November 1904 for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said district upon the said question whether or not they shall permit cattle or any species there of to run at large in said district and notce is hereby given that polls In said district will be open upon said general election day to take the vote upon the said question Polls will be at Burnam Crutcher and Tevis precincts Nathaniel Cotton Etc On petition in County ourt It is ordered that the foregoing notice be published in at least four issues of the Richmond Climax twenty days before the regular election in November 1904 October term Madison County Court October 3 1904 5jct4t N B TURPIN J M O PERSONAL Mr Allen Zaring is at the Worlds FairSMiss Annie Engle is at the Worlds FairMr W S Hume has returned from a trip East Mrs G W Evans Jr has been in CincinnatiMr Hanson of Ford was here Sunday Mrs Nettle Bennett was In Louis ville last week Mr H R Smith of Versailles was here last Tuesday Mr Courtland Chenault of Frank frt Was here Sunday Misr Edith Searcy left last week for Wdlles1eyCollegeWel1esleyMasaMiss ing is visiting Mrs J M Poyntz Mr James C Stone of Louisville was hero with friends over Sunday Mr Sim Hamilton of Wiseman town Estill county was here court day Misses Anne Bennett and Olivia Baldwin went to Louisville lagt Jteek sho I gr Miss Margaret Myers entertained number of her young friends on last Friday evening Mr and Mrs A D Miller spent several days last week with Mrs M P Gardner in Irvine f Miss Hallit Hill is visiting her aunt s J E aldwInatRIckmond Valley View Areent Mrs R A Woolums is at home from an extended trip While away she visited the Worlds Fair Dr McFerren Crowe of Versailles spent Sunday with his mothtr Mrs William Crowe on Oak street Miss Lydia McKee has returned from the East where she purchased a superb line of fall and winter goods Mrs J S Hamilton and Mrs Geo Hamilton have returned from a visit to friends in Richmond Central Record Mrs Henry Perry and children of Richmond visited Mrs R M Hun ter the first of the week Jessamine NewsDr J F Reynolds was in Rich mond on business Wednesday and ThursdayMt Sterling Sentinel Democrat Miss Lizzie Wherritt of New Or leans is the guest of her niece Mrs J E Stormes Richmond Avenue Central Record Mr John Judy a prominent law yer and Master Commissioner qf Montgomerycounty was a guest In the city Monday- Mr E N Fuqua former of the telephone system here but now of Tennessee is here mingling with old friends Mrs J M Poyntz and daughter Kathaleen are comfortablysituated at the Glyndon where they have taken rooms for awhile Miss Stella Thomson who has spent the summer with relatives in Irvine came down Monday for a visit to Mr and Mrs A D Miller Mrs Gee B Todd who has been critically ill from blood poisoningat her home near Speedwell Is reported- to be somewhat improved Miss Margaret Hamilton Mrs Yarboraugh and Mr Walker McChes ney of Virginia have been visiting Mi and Mrs H B Hanger Mr James Horton Combs and bride nee Edna Rubel of Lexington are here They will be attendants at the CombsSmith Miss Helen Bennett was given a heartywelcome home last week She has spent the summer touring in Europeand reports the loviest Jit trips Miss Hattie Lctcher has accepted a position in Caldwell College at Danville Her sister Miss Dovie has been a teacher in the same college for number of years Miss Florence Chenault has been visiting Lexington relatives She was accompanied home by her sister Mrs Harrison Simrall who will be dame of honor at the CombsSmith nuptials ghLI Friends here regretted very much to lose Mr Kuper Hood and family as residents of our city They have re moved to Covington to reside Mr Hood Is general agejit for the Big Hill Coal company He was formerly Station Agent for tho L and Natthis place We wish them much suc cess In their new home Miss Mattie Smith of Columbia Mo arrived Monday night to be the guest for several weeks of her cousin Miss Kttle Smith on the Campus Miss Smith will bea bridesmaid this evening at the wedding of Miss Mattle Smith and Mr Newton Combs and we feel sure that there will be no more beautiful or attractive attendant or guest oa this swell occasion than this lovely daughter of Missouri 1Slj5S SSSS i 4yersTo be sure you are growing old But why let everybody see It in your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone age If you will Hair Vigor only use Ayers Hair Vigor your gray hair will soon have all the deep rich color of youth Sold for 60 yearsI1 am now over jean old a thick Rlotij bead or long hair which a wonder to every one who sees It And not a gny hair eMm rioAU Ix well Man drullhtfor White Hair s Another Good Ghana to Leave Business men that is those who are hustling for a town will regret exceed tngly to learn that Mr J Raymond Haselden has decided to accept a fiat tering proposition to move to Richmond and will leave for that city in a few days He has been in business here siacebis teens and by hard work has manaI to get into good shape for ono nuuisieara Mr Haselden is one of the best plumbers and tinsmiths in Kentucky and always lisa all the work he can do He recently invented a water filter which he has several offers for that would put him on the shady side of easy street The Record re greta exceedingly to see a hustler move away from town especially one who is always ready to work for and contribute to improvements Lancaster Record Public Speaking On Monday our people had the pleas ure of listening to a political speech by Col B H Young urging the people to vote for the Democratic nominee for President He had a large crowd and he made a strong and forcible speech His chief and strongest argument was that Mr Roosevelt was an exceedingly ambitious man and that thn laws nor the Constitution would not restrain him That he was a dangerous man to be at the head of the Government His speech will do much good and will help the Democrats of Madison to do their part to secure the election of Judge ParkerAfter Col Youngs speech our fellow itizen Hon W B Smith made a short- Speech in which be expounded true Democratic principles and pleased his hearers with his usual precise and elo quent style Few men in our county are better known or more universally honored than Mr Smith and he is an all around splendid gentleman law yer speaker and friend and last but not least a tiueblue Democrat Circuit Court Circuit Court convened Monday morning Judge J M Benton presid ing On account of public speaking in the court room Monday afternoon court adjourned until Tuesday when the grand jury was selected and in structed The following gentlemAn compose the grand jury Jeff Cox loreman QeoTribble E T Million Rufus Shearer Robt Bush Elbert Wagers John C Mason George W West Robt C Boges I N Todd Joe Jones John Baumstock Petit JuryTom Douglas Saul Old ham Joe Hagan Henry Ravburn Chas Griggs Jas Oldham Rufus Blakeman Elmer Deatherage James McKinney William Tribble John X Todd T O Curry Speed McKinn B F Deatherage Gilbert Mason O W Hisle Algin Hisle Thos Ellison Ben Tudor Joe Hagan Goo Gentry John T Rice Erick Rupard and William Wallace Interestug Meetlag The meeting in progress at the Christian church is being attended by large congregations and indications are that great good will be accomplished Ser vices are held each evening at 730 also at 230 p m on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays The sermons of Rev McLellan are splendid and his eloquence goes home to his hearers Arthur T Brooks conducts the music sings a solo at each service which is greatly enjoyed He has a rich baritone voice and his singing is exceptionally fine All the people are invited to these ser vices and the Record urges you to go as they are full of interest and you will be greatly benefited Eld Brooks who was to have conducted the services win forced to cancel the appointment on account of illness of his wile who is dan gerously ill It was then that an effort was made to get Eld McLellan who arrived Monday and took charge of the services Bro Tinder is present at each service And is lending valuable assistance Mr McLellan is pastor of the Christian church at Richmond He is a man of fine education splendid ad splendidknowledgetnons all the more interesting the illus trationa and references bringing out hit- points so clearly that a child may un derstand them Mr McLellan is a member of Richmond Commandery Knights Templar and very prominent in Masonic circles Lancaster Record FROGR JL Madison CounZ Teoctm Association to be Md at Valley View Ky October 1J 1904 Association called to orderpromptly 10 oclock Devotional exercises Welcome J L Carpcn t IResponseW S Brock Aims of Nature StudyMiss Nora Million The Fundamental Aim in Teaching Geography Miss Margaret White Citizenship 0 F Brock Adjournment for noon Music The Newspaper and the Kchopl J W Moores Current History How Teach ItO- A Brook Use of Outside Educational Influen cesJ I Carpenter Have we Been Successful In Teach lug If Not Why Not Misses Belle Million and Tommie West Educational Spirit of tho Community How Improve ItW 8 Brock Tho Teacher his Training and Common Sense Misses Maude Crandall and Ellen Gilbert Educative Value of Good House- sEtcJ B Million and Solon Taylor I Patriotism in SchoolMisses Edwards and Belle Holman Your greatest trouble this fall introduced by WS Brock and discussed by the teachers Let every teacbec come up to the full measure ot his duty and we will make tbi the best Association in the history of trie county Trustees patrons all teachers and friends to the cause of education are cordially invited to attend Rebecca Ed wards Vice Pres III1 E KogerWilliams r8 Frasa Iros Three new farm wa 0ns for sale at cost B HLuxon Bro 28setf For Sale Marchalneil rose bush and two Oleanders Call at this office I desire to sell privately my house and lot on High street Residence new with modern improvements 7 ln Mrs Cinda Karr LOST on Monday Rept5 a steer about 2 years old weighs from 700 to 000 pounds hair mark on left hip A liberal rewardwill be paid for any information leading to recovery Will W Gay 2t Winchester Ky Commencing Sunday Sept 25th and continuing until November 30th HOcial coach excursion tickets to St- ntiis will be sold Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday of ach week at the rate of 925 for the trip J W Hamilton Agt The M B Parrish School of Phoii ographv Hobson Building Laest in pupilsUstrayed 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 28ep4t Richmond Ky Residence for Farm I desire to exchange my residence on the tnitnuiltt for a small farm Residence contains six good rooms nice yard and ganluii waterworks and all conveni mes Call on or address R J McKee For Sale A splendid farm of 100 acres in Oar rard county Ky 2 miles south ol Camp Dick Robinson on Fisher Fork pike Price G5 per acre For par tlculrs call on or address E F Parks Danville Ky or JS Parks Marcellus Ky 28s 2t Public Sale I will offer at public sale on the premises J mile from Round Hill Madison county on Saturday Oct 22 at 10 oclock the following property My farm containing 17 acres all in grass on which there is a good residence good barn two whls and spring Terms made known on day of sale C H BAKER Kirkiville ny Kidney Cured Free dbsolutllyireePills to any sufferers It is an abso lutA cure and we want the world to know ita wonderful results Delay may mean death Cut this out and mail to C W Beggs Sons Co Clues go III For sale by B L Middelton oct UHard Winter Ahead The weatherwise are predicting a hard winter and declare that it is not far off Tn proof of their lorboding 1 they cite the fact that the shuck on the corn is not only unusually thick but extends out over the ear farther than common Tim skin on the onion is also said to be unusually heavy which is regarded as another sure sign Hunters say that the fur on rabbits squirrels and other game is more abundant this year than for several years past which is a never failing IndIca LIon ot a hard winter The goose bone specialist has not been heard from yet but in the light of these harbingers it is expected that he will join in the chorus for a record breaking siege of coldweather Public Sale of Land As Administrator of John Bennett deceased I will o- ttThursday1 Oct 27 04 at 11 oclok a m on the premises HigICreek pike about 10 miles from Rich mond and 2 miles from Valley View withIThis farm contains t51 acres all in grass and under good fence On it is a ol1tbulldintwo tracts and then as a whole The first tract ot about 100 acres lies on the east side of the road and is without im union men tinnedabove Onethird of the purchase money must he paid January 1 1905 wilt be made and pos session given the balance in two djnal payments in one and two years there after witn interpst at 6 per cent from January 11005 A lieu will be reserved paymentsFor HenryMorganWALLER BENNETT td Admr for John Bennett PUBLIC SALEO- F Valuable City and Per- sonalProperty ON Saturday Oct 15 04 at 2 oclock p m The following property consisting House Land and Personal Pr perty being the prem tea now occupied br David R Freeman on West Main Street and the land in the rear of laid premises to North Street willbepropert will then be offered as a whole the making the most money will constitute a sale At the same time and place the Household and Kitchen Furniture including several pieces of valuable antique furniture wilt be sold also one strictly good Milch Cow TEEMS 10 per cent of the purchase price on the bouse and land to be paid immediately onethlrd of the remainder with per cent In dueInpropertyOnon sums over endorsed and approved notes will be taken at 8 per cent Interest due In six monihx No personal property De removed until settled for RFreemanTelephone US FANNIE F HAWES DAVID R FREEMAN MARY R FRESH IN Uncle Sam has bought of JoT Coy 7000 feet of iIj1jI IIPAGEI1iLLiI11SI FENCE to be put around Lock No I J enoughfOrsatisfy the people of Madison county fo Call onJ T Coy for fence He has a full supply on hand at all times S IjI lr j 7 F ffi7I 5 7I7I 7I JUST RECEIVED y = IS but we will to sell at See ourV of J 50 2 2 50 and 3 Shoes for v THE ONE PRICE 1 71 If 7 Flour Frasa Bros Seed Rye For Sal Emhrv ArbucVle Richmond Ky Phone 227a tf Rubber stamps ink pads daters etc see Gordon Reid Climax office rot bale 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 Dont fail to see the Tramp at the Grand Opera House to morrow night Oct 6th We purchased our vehicles to sell and it yon will only call and get price we will prove this assertion and make of you an everlasting friend and customer tf S L Midkifr Prop Lost on Main street skirt to wine colored Mackintosh No 40 Leave at this office 2t Lost On Monday Sept 12 I left a red pocketbook lying on the platform back ot Uroiiston Bros Saloon The book 5 in money and four notes amounting to nearly f500 For return of book and contents to titus office will give 10 reward otherwixe So 2t IIIt rig The Finest and Largest yielding Varieties from Crops T fA 35 to 40 Bushels Per Acre r Our stocks are complete in both C I standard sorts besides new variet- iesw of superior merit all carefully recleaned and of finest quality Our Fall gives of Seed Wheat Winter Turf Oats Rape 1000 Headed Kale Barley Rye Alfalfa Grass and Clover Seeds Vegetable Seeds etc Mailed Free Write Ufar lot Catalog Hi 55 The finest quality Seed are always sold under our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KT I will offer to the highest bidder at my home about two miles from Lowel on Spoonville pike on Oct 61 04 at 10 oclock a m the following property About 100 head of cattle con slating of 75 yearlings twoyearolds and threyearolds the remainder cows calves and yearling heifers about 200 hogs consisting of large hogs sows anti pigs 1 pedigreed Poland China boar Hereford bull 1 large mare work mule lot of other farming be W One between S10 and 10000 One years rent of a Safe Deposit Box costs you Which is the Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky f I at ou- rP eet 3 windows and see the NeS e + OUR SWEEP OUT SALE OVER + continue Low Shoes reduced prices +Bargain Counter Shoes and Oxfords + 99c and 149 179c 4 Our New Fall Line 1 c of Hatst r 1 We have all latest 5 a in soft and stiff I hats the prices are right Come ii in and be the first to wear the now things 1 J Rice and ArnoldHOUSE ft s7SCffi7I 71 71 5 Bouquet Thoroughbred a a coilained Catalogue Information Public Sale Thursday plowdIscimplements hayTermsGillispieLowell Whichis Cheapest fireor- burglarymay deprivoyouofvaluables worthanywhere cheapestState lofl theInovelties among lrIf you Love your Wife P Dont Roast Her A Buy her a Gas Range This Is no Joke ttibreakfa8t7 a m Trvingto nurse the firethe kindling wet news papers all burned patience Jexhausted ttI8 a m No fire no breakfast A family quarrel brewing r 9 a m A cold bite Nothing hot for the days work Still no Ibreakfast m Bluer than a whetstone What is the remedy A fIDetroit Jewel Gas Range The Raven whispers only that and nothing t more Illam Days woi k lost Off for Gas Office I 12 n Selecting a Gas Range from the largo stock displayed I 1 p m Demonstrations and explanations very Purchase made at car load cost prices No charge for pipintr setting 2pm Range on the way to tne home no delay Work and V Range uptodate 3 p m Street service and piping nearly finish Competent r workmen pushing the Installation j4 p m Work completed with light over stove for early and late meals 5 p m Full instructions and demonstrations given with receiptstline of printed instrnctionswith a large assortment of cooking 6 p m A full and perfectly cooked home meal piping the op upper antI lower ovens all complete at the same time No waiting With peace stud happiness prevailing with the evening smoke and romp with the little ones c Richmond Water Light Co f CbC r It so grips that BLACK it becomes MAMMY part of the article paintedI I1lI HERE AGAIN Ready to serve your wants in anything desired in the Butcher Business My constant endeavor has always been to please my patrons and to do this I slaughter only the best Cattle Sheep and Hoes that can be procured My stock ot Cured meatsis purchased with the greatest care and has always given perfect sathfaction It is yet some weeks until hog killing but desire now to state that T have every facility for this work and will appreciate any business in this line I cirry in soasori VEGElABLES FISH AND OYSTERS as wen as all kinds of Produce Give me a trial order and 1 will prove my sincerity to serve you promptly andreliably John AllmanMain StreetMcKee corner Telephone 1J3 r Twelfth Night 3 I rc r t Grand Opera House Tuesday October J Has all the merits of other paints and some entirely of its owiLC BLACK MAMMY 0 ht j ilttI J r i IAn Opportunity In order to reduce our stock we will until September I make special prices on anything in our large Vehicle stock Dontt fail to see our 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to J5 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone ct eaTTa 3cMcs RICHMOND KY I PHONE 232 Frasa BrO MAIN STREET PHONE 16- SFRESH tiroceriesAGENTS Boquet flour Lakeside Peas a1 20c a Can 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 5 lOOt A E Smiths celebrated Kanawha Sale iff sob only byR Blanton tf Dr Landmnn the Oculist will be at the Hotel Glydon Wednesday Oct 112thIhe regular mouthly meeting 01 the City Council will be held tomorrow night at the City Hall IfroP F Adams Jr has been from the Cedar Brook distillery in Anderson county to Silver CrekThe Foreign Missionary Society of First Presbyterian Churnh will meet next FrkUy afternoon in the lecture room of the church Joseph Jefferson the veteran actor better known as Rip Van Winkle lids retired permanently trom the stage- on account ot feeble health Major IL B McLellan former principle of Say re Institute died at his home in Lexington Saturday night His death resulted from a stroke or apoplexy The Ladles Aid Society ot the First Presbyterian Church is preparing for a bazaar which they will give some time in December exact date to be an nounced later The ladies of the First Presbyter ian Church pave a Court Day dinner Monday About forty dollars was the sum realised which will be added to th Mftitse fund Examine our elegant display of CaTiateg lUiiMfiee etc before makine a pnrchaee We are celling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S II Mldkitr Prop W M Creekmore and Eh 1fIIIIrshave moved their families into Mrs Mmipine house on the corner of ilvmton avenue and Fourth street recently vacated by Mr Walter Smith who has moved to a cottnge on Smith Ballard street r Autumn stocks resplendent e throughout the store and buying en tluisiaem much in evidence Silk dress g m g cud felines in varieties ample enough Itt satisfy the most fastidious Our riifieretit sections keep fully abreast of the times The reputation acquired lOt supfHiiiHcy in these lines is splen a didlv maintained this season Assort r ments lire greater fabrics richer styles more fatneinnilng than ever Iet us nune rt to prospective buyers that they ViMit thSt aocks as soon as possible I TIH visit will give them knowledge of fftHhioits best and of the vastness of r th selections here made for choosing White Gibson Lot 3AslIver locket with pin attached iniHate H E N Finder return to this otlice and receive reward ii Jf IH Something to e 5 stt Xxvs 1rOQI When you have nice- Clothes why ruin the effect with inferior- Laundry Have your Shirts Collars and Cuffs laundried by the Laundry in Ky J The M N Laundry Z T RICE Agt mce RIce Arnold Shoe Store Phone 118 Goods called fo and delivered Free of Charge Sa Usfactlon guaranteed Laundry sent out twice a weekMon days and Wednesdays returning on Thursdays and Saturdays Town killers may be properly classified as follows First those who go out of town to do their shopping 2nd those who want a quiet town instead ot one with push and business 3rd those who imagine that they own the town 4th those who deride public spirited men 5th those who oppose everything that does not appear to benefit them 6th those who oppose everything that toes not originate within themselves 7th those who seek to injure the creditor reputation of an individual Court Day Monday was county court day and a very large crowd was present There were lots of mules on the market which was very dull Madison County Stock Yards report about TOO cattle at from 3 to 3t cents 500 hogs at 44 cents Chinese Laundry Richmond can now boast of a genuine Chinese laundry which has recently opened up in the Kelley building on Second street It is conducted by Uuoo Yoey who as Ins name implies is a real Chinaman Mcctiig Clued Rev O W Shepherd of this city irisinted by Rev M H Adams ol Frankfort has been conducting a very snccesslul and Interesting meeting at Newby There were five additions to the church all of which will be baptized next Sunday Shooting at Valley View A shooting affray occured last week at Valley View which resulted in Elza Oroaddus colored being shot by Sheriff Jim Taylor The trouble arose when Taylor made an attempt to arrest Broaddus The first gun was drawn by Broaddus but bis would be victim was loo quick for him Broaddus is said to be seriously wounded Biilliant Examination It was quite a surprise to his many friends to learn tnnt Mr C 0 Wallace our splendid postmaster had passed a most splendid examination for the practice of law Mr Wallace has for a number of years been reading law and last week he went to Mt Vernon where his examination was held with the above results He will be admitted to the bar at tho next term of Circuit Court Mr Wallace will be a splendid acquisition to one already splendid corps of lawyers He is a splendid type of manhood and has made a success of anything he has undertaken We heartily congratulate Mr Wallace and wish him greater success than he has yet experienced Merry do Kounq A matclass Merry Go Round is again- in our midst It is situated on the corner of Main and Orchard streets and is an uptodate one in every respect It is under the management of Messrs Ralph Thompson and Harry Kenney who are gentlemen in every sense 01 word One feature that will undoubtedly draw crowds to the machine is that it will be run the first of the week fir the benefit of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary which institution is dear to the hearts of so many of our town and county citizens On each Saturday the proceeds will go to the A M E church We would like to see the most libermerry go round patronized allyLet everyone go out and enjoy a whirl or two and thus help in a good cause SEAT 1 is always an interesting subjectespecially when J you know where to find such We have everything ItJIH season jn the grocery liJ1e iI It t Green Vegetables all kinds of C Canned Goods Fruits Candies g in fact everything that can be found in a first class grocery We call special attention to our line yof SEEDS We handle all kinds of FIELD AND I GARDEN I SEEDSGIVE US A CALL I I Horber rjugiiely- V Successors toE Deatherage Co rr c Newest Style in HATSl1y Hats in our big stock to uit every face figure and complexion Soft hats stiff hats hats of every shape 1 and kindsizes up rto 7 34p Quality guaranteed in every one Price range 1 to5Jf BIRTHS MATHKWS Mr and Mrs Lucien Matthews are happy over the arrival ol a nine pound daughter tor Sale Barred Plymoth Rock Chickens in quantities to suit the purchaser For prices call on or address Mrs M F Arbuckle 5oct2m Silver Creek Ky- A Splitting Backache Pains in the back or loins are the commonest evroptoms of kidney trouble These pains are mostly caused by overwork overexertion and worriment Men and women alike are subjected to these pains but relief ib quickly found in the use of DeBells Kidney Pills Every box warranted Price 25 and 50c For sale by B L Middelton oct rublic Sale I will sell privately my farm 4j miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike known as the Jas Farley place containing 245 acres with nice six room dwelling and three barns fjood fencing apple orchard and plenty of water This is one of the best farms in Madison county and will produce corn hemp and tobacco The farm has been in bluegrass for 16 years Price 50 per acre J W Masters 21septtf Richmond Ky A Deserved lompUmentI Hon J A Sullivan has received a message from Hon William J OBrien ofKnltimore Grand Exalted Ruler qf the B P O E asking him that he honor his Administration by contin uing to serve on the Committee on law Mr Sullivan is past Exalted Ruler of the local lodge of Elks andI stands high in the order and is de servedly honored by all members ofI No 581 Ho is one of Kentuckys most gifted lawyers and the compliment recently paid him proves that his knowledge and ability as such is recog nized outside the bounds of Ins own Community Mr Hide Back From Missourii Mr Samuel Hislo is at home from I dependence Mo where he had the distinction of attending reunion of the famous Quantfill Men who raided Kansas during the Civil War Sam shook hands with Frank James and Cole Younger both noted outlaws of other days Frank James told Sam he and JefBB in their paimy days had tray eled neatly all over Kentucky The fact is that Jesse James spent two rears of his life in Madison county and raced Ins horses down on Dooleys Bottom near Ford on the Kentucky river At the time few if any knew the daring rider was the world famous Jesse James Will Alwys lopulat IThe tramp play with the knight of as the central figure will al ways retain a place in the hearts of the masses The American public is sym pathetic and they are always ready to listen to the story of the unfortifnate and this peculiar class of neer do well nomads amuse and at the same time I appeal to them Of thenumerous plays of this kind none have achieved greater success than Elmer Walters big scenic production A Thoroughbred Tramp and certainly none deserves it more for the attraction stands without a rival in its class A play abounding with brilliant comedy situations and breathholding dramatic climaxes in eluding the escape of the tramp ou the baggage car and the race between a woman on horseback and a fastflying It expiess train mounted with a most elaborae scenic equipment ia well cal culated to make a big success in these I days when the country is filled with I mediocre attractions and improperly produced playarAt the Grand Opera House Tburjfdhy night October 6 i I itBUY YOUR FALL a i SUIT EARLYBe the first to put on new clothes Come now while our stock is at its best and assort menfe unbroken v 3 Never have we shown so splendid a collection of Fall and Winter Suits as now Weve bought bigger apd better for our growing demand I The newest things in rich brown mixtures so popular this fall and are here in greativariety handmade and warranted to fit and hold shape in faultless style 5 No trouble to find your exact size in our great assortment no matter what your shape 5 or build Lets try them on f h Prices to suit everybody and but one price to all t 500 800 900 1000 1250 1400 1500 1800 and 2000 c 1 NEW FALL SHOES Need Shoes Ifso herets the place tofindem Biggest stock ofmens and boys Footwear in Madison county best quality best prices The new fall and winter dress shoes are ready in such famous brands as Panans WalkOuer Florsheim Billwell in all the newest lasts and finest leathers at 250 to 600 and the best of Work Shoes at 125 to 250 soft easy and durable Try our shoes COVINGTON AND BANKS lieU to Circuit Court H I Moore one of the men arrested here on circus day charged with rob bery was arraigned in Judge Smiths court Wednesday for examining trial Moore acted as his own attorney and waived examination and asked for bond Judge Sliith fixed his bond at 3000 and in default of same was returned to jail where tIe will no doubt remain until circuit court convenes in November Jailer Judy has kept a close watch on Moore and Tuesday was repaid for his watchfulness by finding on Moorea firfirgolti watch which was identified as belonging to Mrs Susan Nave of Lexington Jailer Judy says he believes Higgins has secreted some diamond and that he expects to find them if possible Bourbon News Big Sale According to previous notices the sale of Arbuckle and Letcher occurred last Wednesday at Silver Creek and is reported to have been one of the lar goat sales ever held in this county A large crowd attended and everything sold brought extremely good prices Cows sold from 20 to SIO i yearling cat tie from S5 to 30 hogs brought from 525 to 5570 une pair of unsouud mulce sold forl58 4yrold Stallion brought 200 102 yr old cattle 43 white faced cattle Sto 80 plug hor ses 50 to 00 hay brought 9 per ton corn 170 to be judged in the field Farming implements brought high prices Two bookkeepers were required and over 4000 was realized from the sale The Cecilian Club will resume work next Wednesday October 12th About Our Telephone System Few of our citizens realize the extent of our telephone system and few towns the size of Richmond can boast of such splendid burvice as is given by the branch of the East Tennessee Telephone system located here The dIrec- tory as it now stands contains the names of overseven hundred subscribers in this county This very large list has been secured only by the poiteand careful attention given to patrons The local system is under the splendid management of Mr E M Veatch Jr who is ably assisted by Mr H P Harris and their desire is to give th best possble service They employ only the most capable girls to answer this many rings and to them is due much of tile success of the company They are to be congratulated for the promptness with which they answer anti make required connections The telephones are kept in excellent condition an in quiry concerning such being made each morning of every subscriber This is done that each one may receive his moneys worth Richmond and Madi son county should be very proud of the telephone system which is growing day by day Hrdeu D White Very IIL Friends of Geo D White were itartled lastI4iday by the announcement of his critical illness at his home ou the Campus Mr White is suffering from uraemic poisoning and for sever al days his life was despaired of How ever the laSt reports are more encour aging aOl1we express the universal hope that he may be restored to his family speedily His wife was the uni ver ally popular Miss Jane Faulkner daughter of the late lamented John K Faulkner a gallant Union officer but who numbered among his countless friends mefnof alt parties creedb and conditions of life Though he was a true blue Republican no man loved Col Faulkner more than the distin guished editor Henry Watterson In this ndmiratipn of Col Faulkner all men shared for he was one of natures noblemen Hence iu her bereavement Mrs White receives the sympathy of not Dnly that widecircle of friends ol her husband but of her own legion of friends aoil those of her distinguished father rJ AI ft Boy Plan drew and Comes to brie Little George White son of Mr and Mrs Geo D White who reside on the reIday in imitation of the circus performer who recently exhibited his prowess as a loop looper The little fellow so we hear bad constructed a rude contrivance of goods boxes that an swered somewhat the purpose of shooting the chute or looping the loop and when all was ready for his daring feat he rode his bicycle bravely down the incline heedless of danger bent only on winning plaudits of his admiring companions All went well until he had reached that point in his pathtoglory and fame where a huge rent in the wooden track allowed his great toe to catch upon something that stripped the flesh from that member and necessitated its amputation In his calamity the young aerialist has one consolation which many older persons of both sexes will envy which is he will never suffer from corns on that too Meanwhile his little companions must refrain from Imitating the daring feats of the circus performer or else come to grief us did another little Richmond boy a year ago who in try jag to eat em alive bit the head off a live snake and had to have his stow ach amputated to save him from death by poison If you want to laugh see the Thoroughbred Tramp at the Grand Opera House tomorrow night J2th Night Oct n Advices from all points indicate that press pulpit and public unite in praise of Mr Joseph Shipmaiis mngnificient revival of Shakespears Tweth Night which is meeting with such unqualified success en tour this season Tile tarI Miss Charlotte Burnett seems to be creating a furore in her performance of Viola and is being hailed by leaning critics as the legitimate successor of Miss Ada Reban undoubtedly the most popular and gifted Shakespearean Comedienne that has ever rppeared in this country Miss training fits her for her present work she having been schooled in the finest New York companies notably with Mr Richard Mansfield and Miss Julia Marlowe She is supported by that sterling actor Mr George Se bolt as Malvolio prominent in the support of Charles Dalton Julia Marlowe and other wellknown stars Mr F J McCarthy as Sir Toly Belch who was leading comedian With ths McOaul Fay Templeton Boston Ideal and Emeline Melville Opera Companies also with Henrietta Cross man in Mistress Nell Miss Kate Raye of Old Kentucky as Olivia recentb with Klaw Er hangers Two Orphans and David Belascos Sweet Kitty Bellairs with Henrietta Grossman Mr Joseph Wilson astlfir Andrew Agueneck who is so widely known for his clever reditions in such plays as I The Prisoner of Zenda and Puddec head Wilson etc Miss Irene Eckls ae Maria who won distinctions in Alabama and Arizona Mr Maurice Stuart as Sebastian whos training for this particular partI WaR under the watchful and eye of Viola Allen Mr Henry Halleck as The Duke who ban a long experience notable with Frederick Ward and Louis Jrmes and a large number of others Mr Sliipman her manager has spared neither time nor money in giving the play a thorough mounting m the matter of scenerv and costumes making a performance which is a delight to those who are enough to witness it This comes to the Grand Opera House on luesdayOct 11 and judging by the long list of names of prominent citizens who have announced tention of attending1 society will be out in force The roynt Sale On last Saturday the household and kitchen furniture belonging to Mrs J M Poyntz was soul at public auction Colonel D V Tribble was auctioneer and every article sold brought good prices For Sale A sixyearblbV combined horee 15 hands high perfectly gentle For price eta call on White Son Bocttf ClI u 111 m r MATRIMONIALsy ofilce Wednesday September 28th by Judge James II Evane Wesley Warner of Madison county and Miss Lilly Al dridge of this cOuntyWinchester- Democrat McCoRMicKRicK Mr D C Mc Cormick of the firm of Tracy McCor mlck and Miss Sallie B Rice daugh ter of Mrs M A Rice were married at the home of bride on College street at four oclock Tuesday morning Sept 27 by Rev C J Armstrong Mr and Mrs McCormick left at five oclock over the L N for St Louis After spend ing several days at the fair they will go farther west for a visit of several weeks with relatives expecting to reE turn home about December 1 We join with hosts of friends of the worthy and popular young couple in congratula tions and best wishes Winchester Sun Sentinel The bride is a sister of Mr Z T Rice and has often visited here She is a petite biunette and has been much admired for her personal beauty as well as her lovely traits of character Teplorable Accident A horrible and shocking accident occurred at Whites Station which re suited in the instant killing of Mrs Eliza Foster by her nephew Walter Tisdal Tisdale is a laborer employed by Mr Jack Twigg and is highly re spected On the night ot the accident Mrs Foster arose about eleven oclock and went into the yard wearing only her night dress causing her to make a most ghostly appearance Mrs Tis dale awoke and noticing the ghostly figure approaching time house she was much frightened and awoke her husband who grabbed his shot gun an ordered the figure to halt Mrs Foster however misunderstood and con tinned on her return to her room whereupon tier nephew fired and killed her instantly Mr Tisdale is almost crazed with grief over the allair He bears a good reputation in his com munity and it is thought that owing to the nature of the accident he will not even be arrestedOur lIne tine Streets On last Thursday a committee of Councilmen composed of Messrs D n Shackelford W L Bybee and W L Arnold accompanied by Street Corn missioner Martin Gentry went to Lex- Ington for the purpose of inspecting Fayettes splendid ystem of roads These gentlemen were met by Mr J M Sheets of Springfield Ohio who is general salesman for the Kelley Spring field Road Roller Company and Mr Ernest Ellis Secretary of the Home Constiuctlou Co of Lexington They were driven out the Nicholas ville and Tate Creek pike and the process of construction was fully explained by Mr Sheets and Mr Ellis Our committee wasvery loud in their praise of the splendid roads as well as of the excellent treatment they received atIthe hands of Mr Ellis who nothing to make a pleasant day for his guests A call meeting of the City Council was held on Saturday at which Mr Sheets was present and explained thoroughly to the other members and the Mayor the system used by the Home Construction Co The committee who went to Lexington also reported favor ably of their trip to Fayotts capital and pictured in glowing terms the beautiful pikes and fine condition of oiled streets The Council closed a deal with Mr Sheets for the purchase ot tone of their huge steam rollers to be used on our streets It is now only a question of a short time before Richmond cats boast of excellent streets By the roller process they become smoother than concrete compressed and hardened that mud will be unknown and it will be a pleasure indeed to drive over them Mr Ellis deserves the highest compliment for his wholesome hospi tality extended to our citizens and he will recpyea warm and hearty welcome at any may visit our city In Summer Time Down by Ihs Sea This is the title of a magnificent song and chorus written by Alfred J Doyle with a remarkably pretty waltz chorus This song will surely be admired by everybody CHORUS In Summertime down by the sea The only real place boys for me Take a ride on a trolley get them before dark Take your sweetheart to Dreamland or to Luna Park In Summertime down by the sea The place where we all like to be Where the breeze softly blows And every one goes In Summertime down by the sea Price 50 cents per copy By sending 25 cents in postage stamps to the The atrical Music Supply Co No 44 West 28th street New York a copy will be post paid Societys New dame Trail has taken society by storm It is something new something differ ent Trail as the name implies is founded on a popular hunting sport is played with fiftythree fine cards in four colors representing a fox to be chased and caught and four packs of hounds of thirteen each Trait has a constantly recurring interest for play ers as they perfect their playing from evening to evening in marked contrast to certain recent boistrous games that bore the players at the end of an hour With the one pack six other splendid new copyright games can be played Two educational games and two games of fun making it suitable for all mem bers of a family Trail can be bad of dealers or sent postpaid 75c gilt edge plain flOe Rules for the seven games free Address Combination Card Game Co Atlanta Ga Boys Outfits Ii IIIAll thats needed for boys wardrobe will be found in our juvenile departmentneweststyles Suits Overcoats Hats Caps Shoes Boots- Underwear Ties Collars f F and dont forget Black Cat Stock ft t 1 ings the strongest and best made for boys and girls fj S J i I Dont Blame the Cook in L J 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 Cive Stock and Cured Meats are 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 ofours 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 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 produceBest Equipment Insures Uniform Service Respect- fullyDouglas Si Culton Telephone J25 Main Streettw LWl LJ l JC iDRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS tC fi rtJ r 3MANLR LAND R LANI5 MAN Land for him whose ftcreHje limited because he culti a highpriceU farm There are vast tracts In The Great Southwest it within tones throw of farms in the highest state of cultivation J- f wJonlItnthj TerritoryktahiinnVcrrLow- Round Trip Ratest- o A any Southwestern point ovory Tuesday v in Sept tnbor and the lirst and third Tuesdays in October and November 1 Gpo H Lee V Gen Pass Agt Little Rock Ark II I MGuilc rDist Pass Ag- tCinoiintti Ohio J f There is nothing like Good FLOURtIEvery housewife every cook knows that Good Sakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that can be had 5S Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of MadisonMADE BY TilE Elliston NUll CO WACO KENTUCKY ze 7irksville School ov1os act fSG P Simmons Principal Incidental Fees MAE S riCKHAM AM Fria All Grades 50 ants per Term MISS ADA ALLEN frill Dept e Hurfe AH Fees FayaNe in Advance Tuition Fees J B Primary S 10 00 Per Term A frimaty 15 00 B rrauur 15 00 A Grwrnur 15 00 Agfa 6dMoI 20 00 Departetat tt Made Inclaadisf- iMtmmwts for Practice 20 00 KnraUHwnt lust year 101 We expect to increase it largely this year Our Mftefcerv are competent arid uptodt Remember before deciding what eohool you will patronize that Kirksville has four churches and NO SitLOOs W o1kit ttronlJe from PPtt who wi8h their children con United all4lao others Boarding can be secured at following rates From Monday to Friday f1 75 Full Week 2 50 SI for Catalogue and investigate G P SIMMONS Principal KIRKSVILLE KY r f f j 11HItf J Buy COAL Now Everything in the COAL situation points to higker prices nn l it will pay you well to plaeo your orders NOW oither for temparary purposes or for the winter and while youre getting COAL you might as well order from the Buattyville and thus avoid any uncertainty about Quality Quantityor Price The Beattyville guarante all three Beattyville Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr II Tel 184 Yards Aspen ave IClOTHE81g si 77 THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handI only the best the newest and most stylish goods Ij We can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock is complete Wecan furnish anything is gents furnish ings Give us a call we can pleaseyou both with goods and pri- cesStouffer Mahler 1E CHANT TAILORS r c rJr loI 4 p Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of r WIWrnllIDWIB IIDooItWl to freshen up her home for summer We hftve eve y thing and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most massive Bed = room Suits ssinifTublesIron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy everythingComestreets 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- Kentuckys 4 Great Trots LrXINtiTON STilL OCT 414 8100000 21000 FUTURITY TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 3000 CUP MONDAY OCTOBER 10 40 GREAT DACES PURSES CORCeriSD TRANSYLVANIA THURSDAY MCDOWELL TUESDAY OCTOBER GREATEST PROGRAMME EBERS FAMOUSC Half Rates on All Railroads 4 m 7F 7 7W w ffi GloryJmagnificent showing of jIl and Dress Stuffs Our Silk and Dress Goods selections at the opening of each season invariably receives the preference of the most fastidious dressers in Th styl8 weaves and ffis fabrics with their rich autumnal colorings aro more than unusually attracT ive this season anti will meet with the ap 3H proval of our ptions Many of our lirst arrivals are exclu sive novelties and of cdurse not bo duplicated again this saason I Early choosing invariably means best choosing N t mVe invite to call and see many of the seasons popular shades ft White and Gibson iriBig Hill Coal Co RETAIL YARD Estillave near L N Depot Old Christian property ALNITE C O L Best and Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money 93H F BARKER Agt OLD JOE VIIIKY Hand made Soar Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be foundlfor pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly fo Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles i5II IIjugs 250 5 bottles 3 gaBonOrders WILEY SEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrnj er novlyr Anderson county Kr Wire fence I ant a ent for the LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will call ou or address t J D IA3NG iyllOf lyr lUcEraoh Ky For EenU I desire torentior the year 1S04 the Bright store room on Mali street ttM occupied hy Mr T A Robou tf lilies LaurasBright c i Grilnd 5000 OCTOBEE 6 3000 11 EVER OFFERED BAND Richmond to Phone celebrated i I3 2 Diamonds c Watches Cocks P Cutglass All kinds ofT eweIrVfit yand Precious very description 4These are some of tlie yto be found at Lanes yOury f herneeds resettinji takd it to tooIfcan be found in a first class lb Jewelry e tabliphm nt go fixedcL ELaneJe- welerc and Optician Through Tourist Sic ph g Cars to Ulfarau via The Iron Mountain Root The true Southern Route Commencing Saturday September 17 and every Tuesday andSaturdav there runthroughTexarkauaandRoute The oxcurdlnna Will be tIeservfryjibe lil1dre88IAetreet Cincinnati Ohio u I I I the Human Lottery UAh ironlTZ were beautiful hoW iinppy lifo would be Many a forlorn maid has said this as she looked into thetnirror It is the one session in the lottery of human life vhich woman would not ref- useBRADFIBLDS Female Regulatorfor yoing guls on thethrerehol of woman- hoOd is invaluable When they become pale and languid the eyes dull aching feet and hands cold appetite gone or abnormal obstructed an pain tnt meases and their systems enernny run down they need a tonic buildingup and forwonenis their blood cleansed to its tonic properties and as a regulator of the flows Painful obstruct ed and suppressed menstruation is nently relieved and all diseases peculiar to her gunital organs are cured by it Regulator clears thecomplexion bright ens the eye sharpens removes muddy conditions of the skin and CUtes sick Leadache at once Of druggists at roo jer bottle Perfect Health for Women It can be had free by sending us your address THE BRAOFIELO REGULATOR ATLANTA M ++ CALL AT++ M JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydatibn S lennlne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Sntidaclton Guaranteed RICHMOND KY h OaSFTAL STJBGERT Tir OaVotvVvuB C obsoxv ODnST or IOOHTILIB Ky Imutidingiohm4DOTlTly h vM Blanton DENTIST VOfBeeiij Bennett Huildlng ll Dly TBLBPUONK 196 E 0 Vance D 0 HrsE OYance IL 0- Osteopathic Physicians IlolMoa Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE iQraduatM Southern School of OstheopAthy Big tire iale itr S S Carrier and lion who con duet a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having an immense fire sale and are olFari up things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned Hre 9000 bushels of Coal aLt cts pet bushel A full line of groceries and oIlier iner ohHiidiee all now and fr sli coffee lUcia per Ib and up CalicO 5c work shirts 2f to SOn rpady made fjariiients Infest fngliione We also have meal ilmir corn feed hay seeds and locus cedar oak and chestnut posts any length fill sale Also clothing titiware clocks and watches No rent to pay and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can offer things at euch low prices We pay cash for all kind of produce Give us call 22June Cm TWO BLUE GRASS Farms for Sale I have in my bands for sale the fol countyThe W HUjuelyplaceThis place is well fenced watered and is in good condition in eery way haying thereon n dwelling nnd all necessa ry outbuildings one large barn and several small ones young orchard cistern and everything that ROCS to make n cmniortnhle home Fifty acres in cultivation he rest in blue grass The second known as the Crr place ind adjoins tract N xl and Contains abont 138 acres resIdence good fenc log cistern barn orchard and well watered 100 acres in cultivation and grnesBoth are on turnpikes and are in one half mile of schol house and one and onehalf miles from church and potolBco This is firstclass land in a good com- munitY and is a money maker to the one who buys it For further particu ars call on or address 14P EVANS lisepOt Richmond Ky Elegant Home For Sale I will offer for sale privately the home formerly occupied by James Tevis deceased situated near the L KySaid5 12 Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence of cisjht rooms in firstclass repair good cistern and all necessary out everythingresidence Anyone doiiring to examine the property the undersigned will tat v ng same H R TEVIS mytf RICHMOND KV u I le Ttice I desire to say tothe people of Math son couhtythat I have sold my saloon qn First Street to Broimon Brothers with whom I am not connected in any way I have opened a saloon on the same street t below Mike EnrightV oUrsfandund I am now ready to nc cororaodajte ray cnsiomefs Please call and sto Tne j Ecspt ljan05 W M CRBEKMOHE LE- Th FIRST FROM A BIG CITY Boos e1tixs the Initial Presld it to Come from Any lArge Ke tropoUsITheodore Kooseyelt Is a naUve or New York city the first native of that ilty or of any large city of the coun try to hold the office of president of the United States George Washington was born In a mall town In Westmoreland county Virginia Jefferson at Shadwell Madl san at Port Conway the first Harrison at Berkeley Tyler at Charles City and Monroe at a small settlement In Westmoreland county all in Virginia Jacksons birthplace was at Waxhaw nn Isolated settlement on the border line between North and South Caroi Una John Adams and John QuIncY Adams were born In Quincy MasaJ Grant Wall a native of Point Pleasant 0 Garfield ot Hiram Harrison Of North Bend Bayes of Delaware and AVilllam McKinley of Nlles all In Ohio Polk was born at Plnevllle a settlement In Mecklenburg county North Carolina a town of less than 600 inhabitants Abraham Lincoln was born at a small settlement In Larue then Hardin county Kentucky Gen Taylor at a small settlement In Vir ginia Franklin Pierce at HHlsboro Mass James Buchanan at Cope Gap Pa Andrew Johnson at Raleigh N Co Of the New York presidents Martin Van Buren was born at Kinder hook N Y Fillmore at Summerhlll N Y Arthur at Fairfield Vt and Grover Cleveland at Caldwell N J AMBERGRIS STRONG ODOR Druggist of Seattle Wash Expounds Information with Regard to the Substance The druggist held in his hand a lump of gray substance like putty It was smaller than a baseball and as light as cork Through It here and there ran streaks of yellow and black This Is a lump of ambergris tha druggist said according to the Seattle PostIntelligencer It Is worth about 500 I Judge Smell It The patron put his nose to the ambergris Then he said surprised Why It has no smelL The druggist smiling rubbed It with his sleeve and immediately a powerful musklike odor filled the air Crude ambergris he said never smells until you warm it orrub It This chunk of ambergris here smells like musk That is because it Is crude The odor of prepared ambergris has not the least resemblance to musk He rubbed his hand over his sleeve From handling this he said my coat will smell till the autumn My hands no matter hw I wash them will smell for several days FEW PANAMAS THIS YEAR Representative of House Dealing in Headgear Says Craze Beached Climax In 1902 There will be no Panama hats worth mentioning worn this season said M B Cross representative of a house deal ing in headgear to a Washington Post reporterThe summer of 1902 marked the cli max of whatmlght be called the Panama craze Last season there was an Immense slump in this style of hat and this year hardly a store In the country will haVe them in stock The cause of their decline in public favor Is easy to understand As long as the real and costly article was only in evidence the demand was keen and the higher the price the bigger the demand This led to the Importation of cheap counterfeits which so hooded the market that the Panama became common or rather its Imitation Anyway as soon as this occurred men of style and fashion discarded the onceprized ornament of dress and reverted to the simpler and always better looking sort of straws In another decade the Panama may once more become the rage ENGINES TESTED IN SHOP Ingenious Arrangement for Giving Locomotive Trial Trip Is to Be round at Swlndon Eng One of the greatest triumphs of engi neering skill is to be found at the Great Western railway works at SwIndon England where an ingenious contr v mince for giving a locomotive Its trial trip without leaving the scene of Its con struction Is In operation The feature of the testing plant Is that the engine after being placed on the machine runs on wheels fitted with tires which correspond to the trend and section of the permanent way A clever braking arrangement secures a representation of the difficul ties encountered In running on the metals and all the tests usually made on a trial trip can be conducted inside the works with all the appliances at hand The dangers of a breakdown and subsequent blocking of the main line are thus obviated and the work of experimenting is simplified This machine is the invention of the locomotive superintendent J G Churchward and is said to be the only one In Europe A True Matchmaker Joaquin Miller the poet has a col lection of original documents that shed light on many odd phases of early wcstrn life Among these documents Is a letter that a New England youth wrote in 1860 from Oregon to his lath er The letter treats at great length on the scarcity of women In the west and the general desire to marry that prevailed among the westerners of that day It has for postscript Say pap it might be a good Idea to get the girls some new teeth and send them out here fir1JGKDLuGhooPouLTt This great stock medicine is8 Itiscondition powder Though put up ThedfordsDlackDranght cure of the digestion troubles of persons it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion stirring looseningtheand poultry It is carefully pre paredand its action is so healthful that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food Jt cures hog cholera and makes hogs grqw fat It cures chicken cholera and roup and makes hens lay Jt cures constipation distemper and colds in horses murrain in cattle and makes a draught animal do more work for the food consumedI allkindsraiser should certainly give it a trial It costs 25oc a can and saves ton timesits price in profit PnTSBono KAS March I have been lIlng our mack Stock and Poultry Medicine stock for some time r have DraughtI kinds of stock food but that yours ia the best for my J B I OOOII j For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or address The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1No3 No5 No6 No7 No8 NoflNo10 NOn No 13 No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 31 No 31 No 32 No 33 No 3 nil nce Price 25 conu1logSbam Price SI 000 KM leu than original cost Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal home conld not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain 120 will buy a good town lot 40x200 feet A good town lot on good street 40x feet Price 9150 Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence birn and other improvements In fine locality Price tt600 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improvements Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price SIroo Four cottages on nice street well Improved Price 1000 each 3ood cottage In firstclass condition Isterd etc Price 900 Nice residence containing seven rooms In resident portion of ctly Large yard and garden and all necessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres of land five acres in grass and two in garden good orchard and grape arbor all necessary ont building This property Is situated in n thriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight room and cellar In best portion of city Lot 00x250 feet Price fZSOO A twostory residence In cooS neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for any one desir logan ideal home One of the best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved neighborhood Cottage on a nice resident street containing four rooms and flees sary outbuildings Can bo per chased on the installment plan A great bargain at 1100 Will paint residence for purchaser An ideal cottage of five rooms beautiful yard and nil necessary nnttralldlngslticlndlng good stable and cistern Price 1200 Will sell on Installment plan Wilt paint residence for purchaser Nice residence on a 4acre lot con taining seven rooms and two porches situated in best residence portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary ont build anyonedesiringa ellhtIall In grass and is Al good farm and is well watered There is on this land a small residence andother Localitypt AnersonIing is 3 stories covered with iron built 8 years lilt Steam and water power the latter three months of the year It Is xn nptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt 14 acres with the mill Includ ing whit Is with the hnne of 5 rooms AUforSftSO or JMM for the mill and the 14 acres Onehalf cash Has fine trade No mill in 10 miles Also a mbarrel milt In Mercer county Ky on Salt river Steam power new uptodate In every and good dwelling with improvements and 20 acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price J9000 InIthrough place leaving 5 litres on one side with 2story 5room houeand oranges eacho penrs plnm gapes bearing and 6 acres on oth er Hide with 6room 1ntory house oranges peaches rears plum gripes etc all for fKXtl or the 6 firrsq for 1800 or the 5 acres for 1100 dwplInhalls bathrooms with hot and entirehouseoutbuildings Best location in Richmond for boarding house 148 acres Mercer count farm in yards of pike s room 1storr hon e 2 tenant honxs large barn abundant water 7000 300 acres in Smiles of Herrodnburg on pike good land 10 room brick residence excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc J65 per acre countyfineresidence excellent ham fine running water Pile 85 an acre As good as any 100 land ofcRichmond Nice Yard garden and oary outbuildings Great bargain 00 Confessions of a Priest HAv Jno R Pox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a nnm bnr of physicians and trim all sorts of nifdicinps hnt pot no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for 12 years If yon want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Elec tric Bitters Its guaranteed by R C Stockton Only roc1mWe have nevershown a larger stock of Carriages Rurries Buggies und runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan rubberone year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works U R L Midkiff Pdoj Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Havl land of Armonk N Y but wlinu a I other remedies failed we unvd her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonder tul medicine and todav she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung dis eases yield to Dr New Discov ery as to no otner medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50c and I bottles guaranteed by R C Stockton Trial bottles free 1m thatch seats lor Sale I have for sale twenty chnrchieeata twelve feet long Will sell as a whole or separately to suit purchaser Call on or address 11 F AKBUOKLE 1m Silver Creek Ky for Sale rriratelr I will sell privately house and lot on Hight street Good stem and all fruitForlojlf Alfred Douglai Sr Hay Fever Can be Cured All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of Bunseus Catarrh Cure to refund the money where it falls to cure any case of Hay Fever no matter of how longstanding One applies lion gives ease and rest Bunsens Catarrh Cure is a new discovery it is the only hayfever remedy sold on a positive guarantee Use it for your catar rhoNo cureno pay For sale by B1 Middelton oct ++fr+ ++ + 4 44 ++4 f Geo MWillgingf paintt t t BLACK MAMM- Y5LI t u More Heat = Less Coal I 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 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 t s r SI e I 4 I s I 4 4 line to Squeeze All heatvalue of your coal thehotand are combustibleif the is com bustionThe Williamson Undeifeed Furnae have you call at our store wnsre then huraics ari oi bhion ArbucKlo Sinunoqs j Sole Agents for PeckWilliamson Heating Ventilatin 337 West 5thst Cincinnati 0 Richmond Ky Cheap Rates via Illinois Central Railroad 4 LOUISVILLE TO J5 20 New Orleans Tickets sold October15 20 13 60 Jackson MissNovember J5 returflingI1th J4 30 VicLsburg stopovers Correspondingi to intermediate pointsround trip 14 one way All in and T and low rates to in Mississippi and Louisian Tickets sold Ocr and 18 1650 one way San Ft and ITickets sold Oct and 18 38 one way sold to Oct J5 fl Only ruuiimg through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Out house Gases srroke proper insure Pck Very Iinigood Miss points Indian Oklahoma rnItories points intermediate pondingly points Houston Galveston Antonic iWorth Texas intermediate POlts IIItermediateTickets daily WRYRoundtrip r t on first and third in each month to Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Oklahoma and For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folder descriptive of California and New Orleans apply to nearer railroad agent or address- F r W HARLOW D P A- Louisville t IV fiST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY I mCOSFOXATBD Long distance lines and telephones this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section the country d We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed PANICS E CALDWELl J W HUNTER tiesiden enl 2nnne b Tr l B1 BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapl3O lyrPhone 85 AI I rl Paintedwith assurance of a fiveyears wear if iesIBLACK MAMMY you use v J D B SHAGKELFORD Ito Tiger Disc Corn Planters Hamiltn Corn Planters Tiger IisQ Harrows B iivilfcin Disc Harrows Tornado Disc Hu loWS Tiger CVMvators Brgyvn Cuitivatoiij Oliver Chilled Plqws Sanders Disc Plows Malta Double Shovels Avery Double Shovels Collars Back Bands Bridles and Hames the your means takeu to Cs Tu the Territory Texas of In In of O K Steel Range Miller Steel Range Willard Steel Range Radiant Home Steel Range Hfigan Gasoline Engine Advance Steam Engine Cutting Boxes Griss Mills Peed Mills Corn Shellers l Hay Forks Shoveisand rks Double TresLooks HitiAf aiid Bolts i=un More Things than letters inthis Paper Call and See for Yourself 08 Shock lford Co II j