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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, October 12, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 ric1904101201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, October 12, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I r w 1 a iTI THE RICHMOND CLIMAX tc tirLTTME31 = a i I 21ll ilRICHMOND MADISON cdUKTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 121904 NUMBER PHONE 801 E C WINES DRUGSTORE COR MAIN FIRST I 1 I T 1 71 71 7I7IFffiffi F ffi m The blind Cosh Store t ffi 1 BARGAINS IE t v i r a + f T ffiJ LACKEY AND HAMILTON W T 7F 7171 71 71 ffi71 71 7 On the Teeth Depends n lition if th Ireneral health j or IIItj decayed teeth the ramoril of th namo of lise se The skillful applioa DENISTRY li 0fly relieved pain but pro ife i1 ole Teeth 15 50 dFmq 150 TiitltllBI Fills 75 lih Krtrncte1 25 r work Sully guaranteed Will r tixfrnctioii mid r all oiroum V H Hobson Dentist nd Kentucky Shmupooing Manicurinfr Fa 1aRI1tI NiKl nil kinds of toilet req call on Mm Alice Jones next Piincs srroeery on Main street I Knlthxr Stamps call at this PROFESSIONAL CARDS- 1TTOI1TT3 0 M MILLER ATTOHKBTiTLlW RICHMOND KBNTUCTY Office n the Burnam Building next door to urmers NaUonal Bank febSljr S IVAJA ATTOBKEtATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op oosite Court House on Main Street CL D M OfiENAGLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery JACKSON 8c ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office 10 John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug store PHTSIOIA1TS DBS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY lf5ce in thr Dr Ilobson building MilnStreet Gordon k RpHl Rubber Stamp Makers Climax office S DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Oct 12 1904 Public Sale I will sell privately my farm 4i mi lea from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike known as the Jas Farley place containing 245 ncres with nice six room dwelling and three barns good fencing anple orchard and plenty of water This is one of tim best farm in MHilisoii county and will produce corn hemp and tobacco The farm hnnlwen in bluegrass for 16 years Pnp 50 per acre J W Masters 21septtf Richmond Ky tnt Four elegant office roms either single or en suite John G Taylor Son lRmytf 292 AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS I50cSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK eslp hv R O t pkton 1 ELDERS O BARGIN STOREY 2 2Warm Weather Suggests ee th the netpssit of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as 191Ut in tdt1esILiill Ofiind the attra tveI low prices that prevailthroughout this llItllyslLvirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here 1c tGiiigliains in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with tL l1lOwe wash as this store is famous for l iIXtZ1t gond 124 Dress Ginghams in u great variety of newest styles in plaids c checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc fA Corded Madras the most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists regular 12c grade lOc We are showing a beautiful line of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5c up Knicker Voile Suitings all the shades cheap at 25e our price 15r Jacard Voile Stiitinos 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Varfgated Voile seven shades to select from 12ic India Linen U to 25c Bo and Girls Stockln JSpeClftTS4O dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed thrpad flock liliEs tilvi tIr1 Iitali and tk atd splendid wearing and dressy Stockinir lIizPIID to worth llt nt 15C paIr 40 dzn Stookll2R LtIIR iron wear kind 2threat real Maco 2x2 ribbed double liI nuil toe inadft oi BHrvicVacle firm trid but elastic slzs 7 to 10 worth 25 r at 15c per pair JO2- Mathne 10 IE and 20q vaH carpets 12Jc to SI 25 yard See our stock of Rnp Oil Cloth 20 to 75c vd We showinc tlw prAttle stock of Mans Suits at 198 to SIO ever shown in Richmond Youths SnitH Mt arA sa Kne Suite Si toSS Mens Khits25r toSl Straw Hatn men and boyf68 lOc up toSI 25 f1jJ toek of NtjflflN IOlIJplte Iwe nTI ins a paulifnl line to select from 39c tl6 pair PoiIM and lOe j oniniloin Rrn extension rods 8 10 Bnll5o New Stock Ladies Muslin Underwear CorsPt Covers 10 to l 4Br Palttl toe Gowns 48c Skirts SOc Ask to see them Ladies Walkinc and Dress Skirts 51 25 to 876 They are Uaulies tMILLINERY e 9More hpautffnl styles The martent creatioiiR of the SWVBOH are here arid ntsurprisinely Low Prices Shirt most beautiful style at t o 2 98 Hundreds of Eant tltrimmtd Hats ready for f chorine miked at special Low Prices to suit all purses Children klio1anu1Dree Hats FloW your of dEJOcriptfon See them Bleached Pillow Oases full size and fine gnality choice wearing qualities ers every Ladha eents Handkircliefs 10 and 15 PaMlsOIII 40n to S495 CorKets 25c to 60 Shoes 124 and 8Uppe nit prlc s PJctnreP nes 51018 2i29 arul 49c We have just received about fpicture from 5 up to 25c each Dp noUallto see them We have only a few Jardmeres left at 552931 39 and49c f1i +fJ Respectfully Submitted to the Gash Trade j or Telephone KILLTHE COUCH FORC Kor 0I s 8 5 41 E V B1dr f 1 SCOTTS EMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of thenjoyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so fof the cure ofconsumption and the repairing of body losses from anywasting disease women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul i16n gives fod andstrength or grovth of flesi and bone nd blood For pale girls or thin and sickly boys Scotts mulsion is a great help Send forfree sample 3COTT BOWNE Chemists 094J5 Pearl Street NowYork SOc and SlOO all druggists PLANT CREPT TO SUNLIGHT Vine Belonging to Castle Valley Pa Resident Creeps Out of Shadow of Window Shutter Though it has never been proved that plants have brains declared the Baltimore Herald it has been proved often that there Is some power within them whereby they combat evil condl lions and seek what is best for their good A resident of Castle Valley Pa has a vine that showed itself last month to have If not a brain a sub stltute of equal value This vine a young one grew in a clay pot A stick stood In the middle of the pot and the vine curled up it It was about two feet in height In length uncurled it would have mea ured four feet Usually the vine was placed In a south window every morning where It absorbed light all day It happened however through an oversight that one afternoon a shutter shaded half the window and the vine was set in the shutters shadow A foot away was the sunlight warm glittering life giving but where the plant stood there was nothing but gloom During the four days the vine stood in shadow with the sunlight near it it did something that proved It to have a faculty akin to Intelligence It un curled Itself from its supporting stick and like a living thing It crawled over the window ledge to the sun ARTIFICIAL SEA BREEZES French Scientist Discovers Process by Which One May Enjoy Salt Zephyrs at Home A member of the French Academy of Science is said to be enjoying sea breezes in his Paris home by manufacturing a liquid which he diffuses through the air of his apartment The recipe for the compound Is given as follows In ten volumes of oxygen ated water containing a hundredth part of ether charged with ozone he dissolves a small quantity of sea salt By means of a vaporizer this liquid Is distributed in the air at the rate of 120 grammes per hour It is said that by this means the apartment becomes sat urated with the scent of the sea and that the slightest draught of air creates the Illusion of a wind sweep Ing over a sandy beach direct from the wide waters of the Atlantic ocean Ones faith is not strengthened how ever when the narrative proceeds to relate how this ingenious scientist while inhaling this mixture seats him self in his armchair with his eyes closed and listens to the lapping of the waves while breathing their odor for he holds to his ear a shell In which be can hear the murmur of the rest less sea Such an attitude and occu pation seems more fitting for an old poet than for a professional man of science MEXICAN CHILDREN POLITE They Rival the Japanese with Regard- to MannersElders Always Respected In Mexico a group of lads from 7 to 12 will meet and each boy will decorously lift his hat and salutations of extreme courtesy will be exchanged and then come the boyish chatter the run and the laughter the same as anywhere Boys here treat their elders with respect An old man or woman is not the butt of the youth of Mexico rather for the old people are reserved the shadiest seats under the trees in the park says a writer in Rural Home A Mexican boy or girl on entering a room walks around among the company shaking hands with all and on leaving the room does the same Urbanity is taught In the public schools as arithmetic is at home There Is no one jostled on the street the best seat In the horse car Is promptly given up to ladles who never fall gracefully to acknowledge the favor I have never seen a Mexican gentleman fall to give his seat to a woman whether she was richly or poorly dressed Korean Epicures The Korean Is omniverous Birds of the air beasts of the field and fish from the seanothing comes amiss to his palate Dog meat Is in great request at certain seasons pork and beef with the blood undrained from the car cass fowls and game birds cooked with the lights giblets head and claws Intact fish sundried and highly malodorous all are acceptable to him Cooking is not always necessary a species of small fish Is preferred raw dipped into some piquant sauce Other dainties are dried seaweed shrimps vermlcell pine seeds lily bulbs andall vegetables and cereals The excesses make theKoreans martyrs of indigestion German War on Cfuncka The German police have begun a systematic campaign against quacks and quack medicines They listlmate that in ten years the population has in creased 58 per cent regular medical men 70 per cent and quacks 1567 per cent There are more women quacks than men Nearly 30 per cent of the men cited to appear at the police bu reau have been In jail of the womea 15 per cent More than 100 sample o quack medicines were analyzed by DM police and over 80 per centwer ti l1f 1I iWii fi 7 F7F Fall Winter SEASON FI I90405i t We are ready with + newest styles Seasonaole NDveltie Latest Attractions Finest Selections Greatest Assortments rI At kd Prices L j 25cat cnased everlastiBgfriead vv 71 7r7F71 71 7 Fall and Winter apaign Opening We wish thank our many friends and customers for esteemed patronage during the past season and bespeak for your most generous pitronage for the fall andwinter season of J90405 We want make thts season the banner season of our business do this we have made greater preparations bought more goods and by careful watchfullness will work hard to merit your trade UJ E r W4 Ip 114 i o Th ere arc occassions for artistic dress and goods which are es pecially adapted for such uses WM carry such goods in our stork wJanti think you will be able to find here just such materials best suited C to you needs Our entire stock unbraces the most approved styles and fashions for the fall season of 1904 and customers can make thir CO selections with essurtnce that goods and styles are correct and has been difcussed in vogue by fa hion for this season Comethrough Goods purchase NewGoods Begin the Season WithOJA Multitude of Opportunities For Buyers IiNevvArtistic Dress having stockno Show guarantee Early STYLES Remember Our Prices to Buyers We Money I I II IIJ Topsy Hosiery J Quality ityle and fit are combined in this cele brated brand of H siefy Our piicus will please you IJ as welt as the IIIslery Ask fur the Topsy Brand when you want satisfactory hosiry Fall and Winter Underwear For Men Women and I hildren This is numerous in our stock of clean warm Un dergarments for fall and winter wear y ull appreciate Our sock is complete our prices the lowest for cash BLANKETS COMFORTS AND BED SPREADS We are making a special rhowing this season of splendid Blankets Comforts and Brd Sprvads We can supply with the tins st medium and low grades at the very lowest prices We on of on i a I been r BAKING CO1 NEW YORK A not you tor n for or I with an sore for a year but a box ofA r nlcii me Ia the bet on RC tons druit store Ira We pnf onr to sell nnd ir you will call arid get ww wjll this of yon an and m t c j f sell goods worth at prices Motto Cash look trouble We satisfac tion rrCome study the new styles ancf get prices We Fall NEW pleasant surprise 1f That Low Goes Only Cash Need the New housekeepers Qqualitiesfresh new stuff We can shoe up for fall with good for less Nmoney than you could by a few for elsewhere We are sole for the a Fine for Ladies at per pair If you havent been wearing La France you buying best SchlolSonyourchoicegoodsareSuitsFashionsproduct of most makers We our with great care and can ottersome values at showninRulPsLacewear for Purses Pocketbooks etc for you naming lower prices Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Canton Flannel Outing Cloths Calicoes and Cottons kinds than II paid for now cotton was low out low prices all domestics before you will save you money All fresh II Iand new No carried stuff t Good Goods At Right Prices Make Happy 1 I IIrc Dontt fail to see our styles in Hawes Hats They just and the Hawes Hat the best hat earth no exceptions Buy a Hawes Hat for 300 and happy If a FW D OLDHAM CO I 1 BUSY BEE CASH STOREyyy iF F F7fI7I IF7I 7Iffi A Matter ofHealth There is quality in Royal Baking Powder whichmakes the food more digestible and wholesome This peculiarity of Royal has noted by physicians and they accordingly endorse and com mend it POWDER Love Letter would interest ILjouJre look- Ing guaranteed Salve Roreu Burns Piles suffered tingly Salvo curd Salve earth Stock vehicles only price prove assertion jnd make cnsto tU HLklY1rop 1nr1 s7 to to To your entire family winter shoes havent agents 300rTI D selected stock splendid very children Ribbons what you ever them when buy over is on toraleIA nice two story frame residence in Irvine adjoining Estill Springs proper ty The residence contains seven roams withall necessary outbuildings For particulars call on or address J B Broaddns Panola Ky7sp 4m Broke Into His House- S Le Quliin of Cavendish Vt was rubbed of his customary bv in vnaion of ChronIc Constipation When Or Kings NewLife Pills broke into his house lila trouble was arrested and now bos entirely cured Theyre guar to cure 5cMJ C toes drUJoItCrfl 1M j t IIEIIIIII i1i we paying Our Shoes are in health Jake Collins Remarkable Election Prediction Two months or more before the re cent Democratic primary Mr J S Collins predicted the election if the following candidates and the list was copied down on the spot by Mr ETutt Burnam who says Jake had just arrived from Ohio to take part in the GilbertHelm race for the nomination for Congress early in June At that time there ware about sixty or seventy candidates for the eight county offices and you can see that it takes a smart man to pink eight winners from such a bunch Wen Jake said I you always have an opinion and an iaea worth quoting suppose you tell me nomjInatenm giving you the names of those I think will win regardless of my preferences in the va rious races so here roes County Judge Turpin Sherill Broaddus County Attorney Crooke County Clerk Cobb Assessor Wagers School Superintendent Noland Jailer Bob T rrlll Mr Burnam put that list In his pocket and fully a week before the primary herecalled hit conversation with Mr Collins and la a crowdot friends he produced the list and the Climax then and there took down the list as above printed with a view of comparing it with the final result of the campaign that had been fought out dean from fiart to finish And imair toe the result Jake lied picked every winner except one Terrill corning in to Buck Johnson for Jailer It should bo stated that Hoprfdiotion was madn In the Coroners rice which was won hy IViggerstaff who entered the race before the above prediction was made is it not Think of a man picking eight winners irom a tub full of starters with all sorts of take considera aklnitIll 7Iffi7I7I7J I and our J to L fI with every 71 Ij 1 Special display ot and our low j AUTUMN 0 IN DRESS GOODS AND SILKS The best market of the world have been drawn from in perfecting JJ NowSilksPrices for the BEST GOODS MADE will be a to allwho come guaranteed dependable pairs been the the skilled Ask WantIare all Get cash it r Customers be anteed second but lAyers rt rt Paint Protection ered with Pattons SUNPROOFPaint and the paint cov ered by a 5 year guaranty you have the best possible protection to your house and purse Pttto injPaint protects preserves and beautifies MaTe ot pret pigments and oil with just proportions of zinc lea Pattons secret formula It withstands sun and rain I teat and cold twice as long as hand matlepaiut Guar longSeud f PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee Wis Geo M Wiliging209 W Main st next to Madison Natl Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc Pills Wa tour moustache or beard iHwrtiful brown or rick black Use sayswhen Aycrs Pills Ayers if Ayers PiUs Keep PillsI Ithis over and over The best laxative i IL nm ca JtiaosB 4M1J1Jgjr II RubberStampsToffke 1151 r s S SS S SSSS e eS S bSSSSS eS Se SeS SSSSessseoee t sSSi 6 It t ranC1OSIflE DII Sale 1 u S a Having decided to quit business at once we are offering our entire stock of o JA T E BOOTS N R- r 4tiIS TE at Cost for Cash OnlyS 1g- S We are determined to close out and we offer i 1j The Greatest Bargains of your Life JIU 5 E from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and see 0 for OUrself All persons owing us will please call and settle 0s5 5 I CRUTCrlER TRIBBLE i E S Main Street Richmond Kentucky a SS Se 4 l a ClimaxtPUBLISHED EVERY WEDNIC8DAY BYI The Climax Printing Co IJ Incorporated o OHBNACLT PzcU t ADMILIERXditorkuagr WEDNESDAY OCT 12 1O4- t DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT ALTON B PARKER of New York t x POR VICE PRESIDENT Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS of West Virginia FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THK UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS BIIYAN of Nebraska voI JUl BBTH AriBLUVTB DISTRICT IJAMRS It CANTIULL of SeoU eeuitty For Congress Ou GILBBRT of Shelby iForRepresentative A W MILLER For County J udge X HTURPIN f For County Attorney K H CROOKE L For Sheriff 0P1- 1For BKOADDUS County Clerk JESSE CURB L For Jailor BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P VAOERS Per Sept Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner BURT L BIOGERSTAFF n Fr Rot Livery StoWn ROW occupied by Joe OeHiiB on Irvine St Large airy sWMle with 40 stalls Powebsion can be Rivan Nov For particulars call OH E C Milllion 4t Richmond Ky Stufd SMkD On Saturday Sept 17 dark chestnut horse about 16 hands high white spot in forehead about 10 years old two j marks on hind legs Reward for In- formationi James Toomey r 2t Newby Ky Wilton Jellioo Coal sold only by L R Hlanton Phone 85 tf f c Browers k Wood Mantel SalefWe Have Concluded to go out of the Wood Mantel business and are now offering our large stockof Mantels Tiles and Grates at cost oJ jEach Mantel is marked in plain figures complete with tile and grate j woffer these goods for immediate acceptance and ad vise that you callas early as possible and make your selec tion SCash ONLY No periodi cal tickets will be taken C1F1BrorCo1 MAIN AND BROADWAY titr ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal 3rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 Announcements FOR CITY ATTORNEY- We ate anthoriied to announce R B ROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney sub ject to the aetiOR of the Democratic party We are autbortKd to announce THOS II COLLINS a candidate for City Attorney sub ject to tlie action of the Democratic party TIlE basis of success in political oontegt is the efficiency and earnest D8itl of the precinct organizations When these faithful workers are en thusiastic the way is clear for victory The Campaign Committee is particu larly gratified at the reports from the precinct Chairmen and their sub Committeemen There is an increase in interest throughout the State that gives assurance of an old time majority for Parker and Davis unYOKE the Campaign opened Roosevelt had something to sayon every conceivable subject from the needof more babies to the continuous dry spell Now he is as ilent as the men the freight train ran over You eouldnnt blow an opinion out of him with a shell of dynamite There is only one key to the padlock which has closed Teddys strenuous jaw and te National Committee has thrown that keyaway Peon refused to run for Congress against Kehoe because he knew he had no chance to win His fellow Republicans in the various other Dis tricts would follow his example if they had his sense Perhaps the smell of the burgoo which is being wafted from the Campaign financial pot is more than they can resist TilE republicans are not so anxious to hear from Judge Parker as they once were The fact is the Judge has put the issues in such a strong light that the Rooseveltians are blinded They are striking widly without aim or purpose Cvnthiana Democrat WITH New York certain Maryland back in the democratic ranks and more than a fighting show for Indiana West Virginia and Wisconsin who can truthfully say that Parker and Davis have not a royal chance to win FROM now until the polls close in November Democrats of every shade of belief will whoop It up for Parker and Davis We will have 40000 ma joriLY in KentuckyValley View Argent Orcult Court During the past week the following cases have been disposed of in the Circuit Courts Henry Smith alias Johnson charged with burglarizing the residences of Mr Wm Bennett and Mrs John Foster was given seven years in the peniten S tiary Frak Adams was ftiven one year in the penitentiary for grand larceny Houston Powell bigamy three yearsNannie Bennett stolen 1Baileyyears I Thomas Campbell spreading small pox fined UOO STATE OF ToLanolJcAs ss FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partnnr of the firm of FJCheney A Co doing business in the city ol Toledo county and State afore said and that said firm will pay the mini of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lot each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December L D 1886 A W GLEASON tBBA L Notary Fultllc Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter and acts directly on the bl- nnllmuconsturCacps of the wstettf Send for testimonials free F h CHENEY Co Toledo 0 oldbyallDrnpKlBt875c HBils Family beet J t z V I T W J Stones View Whether one may agree with Judge Parker on all things or not all must concede that he is made of the stuff that commands universal respect and confidence He is unwilling to become the beneficiary of an evasion a concealment or a subtoifuge Parker came out of the convention a big ger man than when he went into it not alone because he was nominated but still more because he revealed to the country that he possesses those qualities which flit him for capable those who took part in the proceedings of the convention Mr Bryan was easily and by far the most commanding figure He was fiercely assailed by men who but yesterday would have crowned him king but he towered amongst them as a giant among pigmies Compared to most of them ho shone as a star in compar ison with the phosphorecent gleam ot lightning bugs He is still the greatest Democrat in America and the idol of the people One blast upon his bugle horn is wortha million men and the service he will render the ticket will be worth more than all of his detractors combined I talked with Mr Bryan yes terday He will stand by the flag- I know Judge Parker He is a high type man If elected he will make a great president I shall have many good words to say for him but thank God I shall not be found among those who think that to praise Parker they must abuse Bryan Id rather be a dog and bay the moon than sch ua manParis Demo- cratPIRSONAL Mrs John Hooe Russell is at the Worlds Fair Miss Minnie Dykes spent Saturday- in LexingtonMrs Oldham was in Cynthi ana last week Miss Hallie Park of Kansas City is here visiting relatives Misses Rosa May Moberly and Bessie Tribble are at the Worlds Fair Miss Susan McRoberts of Danville has been the guest of Miss Julia Hig ginsMiss Kathleen Poyntz is In Mt Sterlingwith relatives for a short visit visitingherLexington Miss Bessie Newman left last week to attend school at Richmond Ky Louisville Times Mr Burl Million of Jellico Tenn formerly of this city was here visiting his parents this week Mrs C D Chenault of Lexpgton weddingWednesdayevenln M dMrs James Edgar of Detroit Michigan are guests of Mrs C C Smith on Fifth street Mrs Nannie Hurtsfielilpof Spring field Ill is with her daughter Mrs Rufas Phelps for the winter Mrs W C Gormloy and son Stone are in Mt Sterling at the bedside of her niece Miss KalL ins VMr Gordon Fairish will entertain a number of his young friends this evenine at his home on Second t r Miss Sallie Wagers and Messrs AI len Zaring R O Lackey and Jack Wagers aro back from the St Louis Rev E E Weaver and family have moved Into the Holton residence on Main street recently vacated by ilr Kupcr Hood f UN Rev G W Shepherd entertained the teachers of the Baptist Sunday School Monday evenla 7cIs hilme OJ et P f fi Mr W C Gormley has gone to North Carolina Hq recently return ed from Knoxville to spend a few days with his family Mr Robt Breck and daughter Mrs Hugh Moran of San Francisco Cal have been the pleasant guests of Mrs J T tihackelford Mr and Mrs R B Ramsey re turned to their home in Winchester yesterday after a visit to Rev and Mrs G W Shepherd Miss Elizabeth CovIngton has returned from an extended trip to San Francisco Yellowstone Park and other places of Interest in the West Mrs W iV Williamson left yesterday morning for home in Desota Iowa after a visit of several months to her parents Mr and Mrs J C Lackey Mrs Rufus P Phelps and son Mas ter Newland Jones are at home after a months visit to her sister Mrs Surles of Springfield Ill She also visited the Worlds Fair Miss Mary Barrett Smith is spend ing ten days at the Worlds Fair While there she is the guest of Miss Evelyn Smith at the Kentucky Build ingMiss Minnie Dykes will go to Jellico Tenn where she has been engaged to sing tonight land tomorrow night at some special church services at that place Mrs Evan S McCord of Seattle Washington is expected here in a few days to visit her father Mr William Bennett whose health has been very poor for some time past Mr James Tribble entertained with a hay ride Monday night in honor of Miss Mattie Smith of Columbia Mo who is the charming guest of her cousin Miss Kate Smith KyIsfamily of North Broadway She will be joined later by her hnsdand Judge raeesLexingtonLeader Mr and Mrs Lee Toddof Win Chester passed through Richmond havingbeenGeorge B Todd whose condition remains critical Mr R L Gentry Sr who travels for the F H Lawson hardware house of Cincinnati reached home Friday night from a seven weeks trip through Ohio and West Virginia and spent a few days with his family here Mr Jerre B Chambers and family arrived last week from Chillicothe Mo and are with Mrs Chambers parents Mr and Mrs J G Taylor near town Mr Chambers health which has been very poor of late causing a change of climate Miss Hester Covington and Mrs George Turley of Richmond are guests of Mrs George Land for the raMS Miss Dudley of Richmond is the guest of Mrs W G Morgan lor- a short visit Miss Dudley has been in Georgetown visitiqg friends and reached here SaturdayLexington DemocratA Social Erert The Marriage of Miss Smith and Mr Combs The marriage on Wednesday even ing last October 5 of Miss Mattie Chenault Smith of this city and Mr Isaac Newton Combs of Lexington was a brilliant affair not excelled by any similar event in Richmond in years To have received more and handsomer presents than any bride since the marriage of Miss Coralie Walker to Mr L C Hanna a brother of the late Mark Hanna is sufficient evidence of the popularity of the young couple Adams Express Agent Mr W E Muncey states that Miss Smith received more gifts through his office than were ever received at this office since the WalkerHanna nuptials a dozen years ago which broke all previ ous records The ceremony that made Miss Mattie Chenault Smith the happy bride of Mr Newton Combs was performed at the Baptist church n the presence of a crowded audience scores of whom were from a distance eight hundred Invitations having been issued Rev Preston Blake of Lexington performed the ceremony assisted by the pastor Mr ShepherdThe was lavishly decorated the entire alcove from floor to ceiling and the pulpit rostrum presenting a bewitching scene even before the galaxy of beanty and chivalry posed in a graceful group around the fernbanked altarSatin ribbons across the aisles marked off the space set apart for the relatives- of the high contracting parties Within a recess to the right of the altar and quite concealed by a graceful curtain of vines the organ was station ed presided over by Mrs Harvey Chenault an accomplished musician Promptly at eight oclock the organ pealed forth the first notes of Lohen grins wedding march and all eyes were turned toward the doors of the church The bridal party slowly tiled down the aisles the ladies to the left and the gentlemen to the right It was a strik ing procession of beautiful women and handsome men preceded by the beau tiful little flower girls Misses Ellen Gibson Miller and Mary Chenault HumeThe three Lexington papers contain ed glowing accounts of the ceremony that of the Leader being rather more accurate and elaborate possibly due to its later appearance Hence we here reprint some extracts appropriate at this stage of our description of the brilliant ceremony The pretty flower girls Mary Hume and Ellen Miller in dainty muslin golvns and carrying beautifn baskets of smite roses came down the left aisle and stood on either side of the steps of the altar then the groomsmen and ushers Messrs Harrison Simrall GAO Hon of Winchester James Horton Combs Butler Thompson John Power of Paris William Smith of Rich mond next the bridesmaids Mis Car Utile Chenanlt and Miss Martha Smith oNMiggouri advanced followed by the twovaly dames of honor Mrs James Horton Combs the bride of two weeks ago and Mrs Harrison Simrall of this city Miss Kate Smith the brides sJfitBr and maid ot honor followed pre ceding the bride escorted by her cousin Mr Harvey Chenanlt who gave her in marriage The bridegroom and the best man his brother Mr Sewell Combs came from the vestry room and joining the cTJteple advanced to tho altar where the imprefisjve ceremony was said he bride wore beautiful white lace robe und tulle veil caught in the hair with diarnoad star She carried a c j r Ayers Doctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use it today more than ever They CherryPectoral rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs yeartThenmyecpgbdrOppodaafu t5ciOc jc ATircxx An Lowell Mail dTnrrtitifor Old Coughs One Ayors Pill at bedtime Insures a natural action next morning flat arm boquet of roses and lilies of the valley with ribbon streamers to the hem of her gown The maid of honor was in a graceful costume of pale green crepe de chine and her boqnet was of white roses thus cany ing out the wedding colors white and green The bridesmaids and dames of honor wore dainty gowns of white net and carried boquets of whitu roses tied with smilax The bridal party left the church to the music of the Mendelssohn wedding march and went to enjoy the wedding ieast that tollowed at the home The brides table was very artistic circular in shape with renaissance lace center peice upon which rested a large candelabrum holding green candles Four smaller candelabra surrounded this and all were shaded in green A green basket was suspended from the ceiling tied witha tulle bow whose streamers extended to the edges ot the table Loose ferns and roses were scattered over the clothand smilax was festooned about the edge The center candelabrum was banked with bride roses the smaller candelabra twined with smilax with loose roses hung from the branches Green and white bonbons olives and almonds were in comports all about Dinner was served in six courses and sparkling toasts to the bride and bridegroom were drunk in champaign The name cards were bandpainted with lily of the valley de signs and gold monograms With the bridal couple at the table were Mr and Mrs James Horton Combs Mr and Mrs Harrison Simrall Miss Carlisle Chenault and Mr Butler Thompson Miss Martha Smith and Mr George Hon Miss Kate Smith and Mr John Power Mr Sewell Combs Mr William Smith Miss Mary Steele Mrs Mary Maddox Dodge The drawing room and sitting room were decorated in golden rod and smi lax and in these small tables were ar ranged for about thirtyfive guests who were served at the same time with the bridal party At the close of the dinner the attend ants drew for the emblems of fate from the beautiful wedding cake on a table in the corner of the dicing room from which white ribbons extended The ring fell to Miss Carlisle Chenaalt the thimble to Miss Maltha Smith and the dime to Miss Kate Smith The brides gifts to her maids were gold monogram bat pins and the groom presented his attendants as souvenirs gold jeweled stick pins After the wedding the happy couple left for a trip and returning in two or three weeks will go to housekeeping one of Mrs Graves houses on South BroadwayThe were rememberedwith many elegant wedding gifts among them a case of small silver and a suite of mahogany for their dining room The bride is a charming girl already well known in this city and will be pleasantly welcomed in Lexington so cietyMr Combs is one of the leading members of the Combs Lumber Company firm and is the eon of Mr Alfred Combs and a brother of the Mayor o the city Madison Institute Notts Nearly all of last years girls from a distance have returned and we have a number of new ones among the nnm ber are Miss Tuthill of Indiana Misses Snodgrass and Fisher of Cvnthiana Miss Smiths of Fayette county Miss Brown of Arkansas sister of John T Brown of Louisville editor of the Christian Companion Three others from near Louisville will arrive this week Several who have been detainee on account of sickness at home will arrive later The girls are very proud of their new tennis court which has Just been peeIedand put in perfect order The basket ball teams have revived also and we have bad several exciting games alreadyThe all weighed last Saturday nicht ai d itwas found that every one had gained from five to fifteen pounds since school opened One had gained a pound a day during the last two weeks Surely Madison Institute is a healthy place Professor Metier found his class in stringed in struments awaiting him and the school orchestra will start again without delay If the the people of Richmond knew wbat a fine teacher Prof MOiler is and hdwqnickly the pupils become good performers on the violin mandolin and guitar quite a number of them would take lessoiis on these instru m n8He certainly is a thorough mnslclan i odctyV Wear dune Trail has takeii society by storm It is something new something differ ent Trail as the name implies is founded on a popular hunting sport ia played with fiftythree fine cards in four colors representing a fox to be chased and caught and four packs of hounds of thirteen eacb Trail hasa constantly recurring interest for play era as they perfect their playing from evening to evening in marked contrast to certain recent boiatrons 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 members of a family Trail can be had of dealers or sent postpaid 76c gilt edge plain SOc Rules for the seven games free Address Combination Card Game Co Atlanta Ga a A Splitting Backache Pains in the back or loins are Vie commonest symptoms of kidney trouble These pains are mostly caused by over work overexertion and worriment Menand women alike are subjected to these pains hat relief U quickly found in the use of DeBells Kidney Pills Every box warranted Price 2C and SOc For sale by B L Mlddelton oct C Cooed rtocedIngs The City Council met in regular monthly session on last Thursday night with all Councilmen and the Mayor present The question concerning the revocation ot saloon license is still pending and those members of the Councilwho favor such a move are waiting for the necessary steps to be taken in this matter The minutes of the September meet ing were read end adopted and the reports from the city officials were heard Mr Emil Lohriscli asked for a permit to erect a stable on the rear of his property ill the East End but this was opposed by Cow oilman Maupin a neighbor of Mr Lohrisch so the question was passed Mr G W Evans Jr aprHed for a permit to build a stable in the rear of iiis store and after considerable discus slon a committee was appointed to investigate the matter A notice of ten days was given Mr L R Blanton to repair his property on Irvine street now occupied by Owe Walker A failure to do so and tie building will be condemned- Mr L P Evans lateGity Collector asked that the Finance Committee in spect the books as the collections for last year were completed- Mr Fred Miller was riven permission to build a shed on his lot on East Main street The purchasse of a steam roller for the streets costing 3000 was ratified and approved Mr S D Parrish representing client was refused the right to purchase a lot owned by a nonresident on the ground that several years baLk taxes were due on same The following claims were presented and referred to the Finance Committee D R Murrv 5 200 Water t Light Co 179925 Electric Co 613 13 JC Lackey 208 30 L R Blanton 24 59 J J McCarthy 6 00 Ky Register 3 00 Fire Department 24 00 Thos Wilcox 16 00 James Derringer 18 00 G W Derringer 16 00 Allman Stone 17 50 Telephone Co 5 25 Message to Fraternal Orders Interest BJ N ws From dndnflitl With Local Confirmation la Rlchmoni The thousands of members of frater nal bodies in this State will be interested in the following message from John Theobald a prominent Forester who lives at 1111 York street Cincinnati- Mr Theobald believes in living np to the motto of his organization Fra ternal Love and Charity and believes that he can do no more charitable act than to tell tile experience in regaining health after years of suffering Mr Theobald writes For five years I suffered with stomach troubles hay ing all the distress and misery that nfllicts djspeptics I could not enjoy eating thinking of the suffering that would follow My food did not digest and although I took all kinds of medi cines I found nothing to help me until I used Mio na Thanks to this remark able remedy I am now a cured man and believe that it made a permanent and complete cure IJ L Jiiddelton is local agent for Miona natures cure for dyspepsia It is in the form of small tablets and sells at SOc a box The remedy has made so many and snch remarkable cures among his customers confirm ing Mr Theobalds statement that he will give his personal guarantee with every box he sells to refund the money if it does not cure Do not suffer longer Here is a cure that costs you nothing unless it re stores health B L Middelton takes all the risk and you tlo not have to pay a penny unless you feel that you have received much more than your moneys worth For Sale A sixyearold combined horse 15J hands high perfectly gentle For price etc call on G J White Son Socttf Coach Excursions Every Hay Saturdays TO St via BOSWWorlds 18 ExceptingFridays Louis ROUND TRIP from CincinnatitOhio Good on all Trains Return Limit 7 days Ask your local agent for time of trains illustrated Worlds Fair folder hotel and bnarding house guide and Worlds Fair ground plan folder or ad drew o P MCCARTY GP Cincinnati Ohio Wssioers Sale G W Evans tc PItT against Orra C Hart Kingwell Dft Notice of Kale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1904 in the above style cause the undersigned will o- nSaturday Oct 29 04 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and tl oclock a m on the premises in Ridhmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to public sale to the followlllJtdescribed A Certain House and Lot ot Ground ocated in Richmond Ky on the corner of Aspin Avenue and North Street facing on said Avenue 50 feet and running back CO feet being a lot 50 feet more or lesa in width and 90 fuel mora or lets in depth and being on the west side of said avenue and the south side of North street To produce the sum of 120560 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereo- fTERMSSale will be male on a credit oi six and 12 months Tht pur chaser will bn required to give bond with good security tot the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from lay of satewith a Uen re served upon said property until all the purchase money paid SH7flORPE MMOO 0 his 1Think it over see us iI LT Rice and Arnold 71 7 ffi71 F W 7 7F 71 7F F Notice To the legal voters of Kirktrillt Magisterial Distiict of Madison county Notice is hereby given that a petition signed hy more than twenty voters of the Kirksvillo Magisterial District of Madison county Ky has been filed in the County Court of Madison county asking a submission of the qnestion whether cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to rnn at large in said district and the County Court of said county has asked to direct the officers 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 ur any species there of to run at large in said district and notice is hereby given that polls in said district will be open upon said generalelection day to take the vote upon the said question Polls will be at Domain Crutcher and Tevis precincts Nathaniel Cotton Etc On petition in County t ourt It is ordered that the foregoing no tire be published in at least four issues of Richmond Climax twenty days the regular election in Novem ber 1904 October term Madison County Court October 3 1904 5oct4t N B TURPIN J M C Se 1 Largest4YIelding I 01 35 lo 40 Bushels Per Acre r Our stocks are complete in both Istandard sorts besides new variet- iesIv of superior merit all carefully recleaned and of finest quality Our Fall gives Information of Seed Wheat Winter Turf Oats Rape 1000 Headed Kale Barley Rye Alfalfa Crass and Clover Seeds Seeds etc Mailed Free Write Itiay br CaUIt 55 The Inert quality Seeds are always sold under our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds WOOD STUBBS 4 CO Seedsmen UOVISVILLE KY I Uncle Sam has of JT Coy 7000 feet of eti 11ktiU FENCE to be put around Lock No JJ enoughforsatisfy the people of county I fenceHeat all times Which is the CheapestOne burglary may deprive you of valuables between 10 and 10000 One years rent of a Safe Deposit Box costs you Ii- Which is the cheapestState Bank Trust Co1 Richmond Ky 0 4 SP JT 71 7JI I7 PEOPLE in the big are very good judes of va1ues NInety per cent of wear clothes made to their in Tt dividual measure jr In London Paris and oven the cheapest paid has clothes made to measure x There is only one clothing store of any consequence on State Street in i Chicago and that wouldnt be if it depended upon the city trade Hn Good dressers nowadays have c clothes made for In so doing jthey do not have to confine their choice Tof cloth to a few patterns neither d0 fe they have to wear a style of garmf that may not exactly please in order to get a fit 4 and then come in and T It Yours + +THE ONE PRICE HOUSE rrr Tv before Catalogue Vegetable Bought Madison wortbanywhere cities them Berlin clerk vjj there their them them truly L c A Full Hod a Light Load t- It will cost you less to T heat your house with Genuine Gas House Coke v Ithan with hard coal Gas Coke is lighter cleaner cheaper and in every way more sat Iisfactorythan coal I IIf Six Things in Favor of Genuine f Gas House Coke J If 1 Lasts as long ton for ton as coal 2 Heats the house quicker than hard coal 3 You can carry a low fire with Gas Coke 4 Gas Coke burns to a fine ash tJ 1VK V Richmond Water and Light Company rHERE AGAINLReady to serve your wants in anything desired in the Butcher Business My constant endeavor has always been to please CattleSheepmeatsis purchased with the greatest care and has always given kilIitibutlineIas well as all kinds of Produce Give me a trial order and IIwill prove my sincerity to serve you promptly andreliably i John AllnnanMain StreetMcKee corner Telephone J J3 How To Keep Warm Is one of the questions that will soon confront our people as fall weather is t upon us The surest way to keep a corn fortable house is to purchase one of thoIcelebrated heaters from s C A TAYLOR whose superb line of Stoves and Heaters is uneqtaed by any house in Central Kentucky You will find there also a cnmpleie stock of Farming Utensils Gutteri g and other articles that should storeJAlso sole agents for ihe Old Hickory Wagons I L I t i Bouquet Flour Frasa Bros Roger Williams Cigars Frasa Tiros Three new farm watons for sale at cost B H Luxon lIre 28aetf For Sale Marcbalneil rose bush and two Glanders Call at this office tor Sale Barred Plymoth Rock Chickens in quantities to suittbe purchaser For prices call on or address Mrs M F Arbuckle 5oct2si SiiverCreek Ky t Public ale II will offer at public palo on fl premises J mile from Round Hiil Madison county on Saturday Oct proptrtvMy r k grass on which there isa good residem e Rood barn two wlls anti spring Tern 8 made known on day of sale GH BAKER Kirkuvillc ivy Seed RYe for SaI EuihTvs Arbuckle Kichmond Ky Phone 2JJ7a tf ji An Opportunity tIn order to reduce our stock we will until September 1make special prices on anything- in our large Vehicle stock Dont fail to see our 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth JO to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone leet eaTTate Do s RICHMOND KY YO9PHONE Frasa Bros MAIN STitBBT la- bAGENTS FRESH unu firoceries FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 12 1904 A E Smiths celebrated Kanawha SKit is sold only by L R Blanton tf The Cecilian Club will hold its first meeting of the winter this afternoon The various churches are holding evening services now at 7 o dock instead of 790 Dont forget Covington Arnold S Bro sell the old reliable Homestead Fertilizer ISoctSt Postmaster General Henry C Payne died last week at his home in Washington tram heart disease Maj r Delmar owned bv B E Sinat here broke the worlds trotting record at Lexington last Saturday going a mile in 201 j Before purchasing fertilizer go to Coviiiicton Arnold k Bro and get pri ces on the old reliable Homestead Fertilizer the best that ie rode 12oct3t Louis Mitchell the negro servant charged with putting arsoic in salmon with intent to poison the Milligan family at Lexington has been held over to the Grand Jury on 1000 bond Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are selling vehicles at the lowest possible prices KtcIinioHtl Carriage Works S L MidkliT Prop Twentvf even people were killed on the Missouri Pacific railroad as a re a 11tof a collision between a passenger and a freight train The victims were Worlds Fair excursionists The Ladies Tailormade Suit and tI ak opening at the Busy Bee Cash strr on Monday and Tuesday October and 18 will be the event of the sea- n Over elegant suits will be on display and be delivered when purchased You eau set fitted in any suit you s tact and take your suit home with yon Dont wait until Wednes day as there wont be a suit on sale after Monday and Tuesday Postponed Teachers pay day which should have teen last Saturday has been indefi nitely poatiHHied on account of the serious illness of Superintendent J W Wagers New Redor Rev Gee II Harris will hold servi e at tlw Epi eo sal church the second Sunday in each month having begun last Snmiav Air Harris was formerly pastor of this church and Is much be loved by his congregation A Good Shew A Thoroughbred Tramp pleased Jar r audience at the Grand Opeia HII e on lust Thursday evening The rant was a strong one and the play roiiKiating of a good plot was well ren dered th Something to V j When you have nice- Clothes why ruin the effect with inferior LaundryHave Shirts Collars and Cuffs laundried by the i Laundry in Ky The M N Laundry Z T RICE Agt Offlcenice Arnolds Shoe Store Phone 118 Goods called for and delivered Free of Charge Satisfactionguaranteed- Laundry sent out twice a weekMon days and Wednesdays returning on Thursdays and Saturdays Fertilizer The old reliable Homestead Fertilizer for sale by Covin ton Arnold A Bro 12oct3t Lot A silver locket with pin attached with initials B E N Finder return to this office and receive reward Large Potatoes Mr W B Wells of Union City brought two sweet potatoes to this city last week each weighing 5 pounds Big Sale Mr Tom Chenault reports that the Gillispie sale in Garrard county c brought big prices and was attecded by a large crowd For Sale My house located on West Main c street containing seven rooms and four acres of land Apply to 12oct tf C H Pieg Baptist Banquet Tonight a banquet for the members of the Baptist Church will be held at the church and an invitation is extended to every member of the church Important Tho regular meeting of the Infirmary Association will be held tomorrow af ternoon This is also the annual meet ing for election of officers All are requested to be present Administrators Sale I will as Administrator of N H Tevis deceased sell at public salo on the premises on Saturday October 22 at 10 oclock a m the following property Two cows and calves 1 combined saddle horse 2 stacks hay 1200 bundles ol oats one 2horse wagon 1 Doran harrow 1 rockaway 80 barwjfs corn in field and 17 fattening hos Terms made known on day of sale IZotSt E R Tevisi Strayed or Stolen From the Madison County Stock Yards on County Court day October 3 a brown saddle horse about 15J hands high with small white spots on back bone and small knot on left hind leg just above ankle For return or information leading to recovery of horse will pay a reward of S10 P B Broaddus Richmond Ky Meredith Fox 12oct8t Ruckerville Clark Co Ky Road Roller at work The monster steam road roller recently purchased by the city at a cost of 3 000 arrived Saturday and was put to work Monday morning Main street from Second to the iovernment building was the first to be torn up and made ready for perfection All passage for vehicles in that space was shut off and the working of the huge machine attracted an immense crowd all day and again yesterday An expert came wIth the roller in order to start its operations as well as instruct those who will hereafter have charge of the machine It is now only a question of a short time until Richmond will be a city ol fine streets and the city council is tj be congratulated for their progressive ideas and earnest de sire to have this city keep up with others as regards such matters EAT W is always au interestingsubjectespecially Jyou know where to find such ItJin season in the grocery line lv t Green Vegetables all kinds of J t Canned Goods Fruits Candies t J in fact everything thiit can lie found in a first tclass grocery We call special attention to our line J y of SEEDS We handle all kinds of J J FIELD AND I I GARDEN J- j SEEDSGIVE US A CALL f Hurber nguelg Successors toJ5 Deatherage Co rCr- r Newest Styles In HATS Hats in our bigstock to suit every facet fiure and complexion Soft hats stiff hats hats of every shape and kindsizes up to 7 34 Quality guaranteed in every one Price range 1 to 51 tyvi BIRTHS BLANTOX Mr and Mrs Edgar Blanton ate happy over the arrival of a daughter on last Saturday night BEATTY Mr and Mrs Harold 0 Bealty of Lexington are receiving congratulations over the birth of a son on the 27th of September Mrs Beatty was formerly Miss Anastasia Miller of Versailles She Is well known here where so has visited Mules Sold Mr T J Curtis one of Madisons must progressive farmers and stockmen sold last Saturday 80 mules to Mr W G Cannon of Waverly Tennessee the average price paid Vein 1250 To Locate Here It was pleasant news to their numberless friends to learn that Mr Jno B Chenault and family expect to remove to Richmond to reside They have rented the handsome residence of Mr and Mrs J M Riffe on the Summitt For some time rast Mr Chenault has resiled in Tempest Virginia but his business interests necessitated the change They will receive a warm and hearty welcome and will prove quite a valuable addition to social circles Mr Haselden Will Remain The many friends of Mr J Raymond Haselden will be delighted to know that he has decided to remain in Lan caster and will not remove to Rich mond Some of our business men who appreciated his worth to the town read the riot act to him while other friends went alter him in a way which had the desired effect The Recordcertainly is glad lie will remain for Lancaster needs all the hustlers she can get Central Record Gaining a Reputation Isaac Hathaway the negro sculptor of Lexington was here last week attending the conference of the A M E Church In speaking of his work heI remarked that he had been en Signor Moretti to work on the GoebelI monument It was this same talented negro who made such a fine bust of the late Cassius M Clay of White Hallalso one of Rev H A Ross He also made a minature reproduction in plaster par- is ot Morrison Chapel at Lexington This model winch is perfect In every detail is exhibited in the Kentucky Building at the Worlds Fair Many Uniting There have been more additions to the Christian churjch during tho meeting of last week and this than ever be fore during a revival Several go for ward at each service and indications are that more will follow during this week Elder McLellans sermons are listened o with the closest attention not only doing great good among mem bers but reaching those outside the church as the many confessions go to prove The singing under Prof Brooks is very enjoyable and has added in manyways to die interest of the meet ing As we go to press it is not known whether the meeting will continue into next weekCentral Record Democratic Clofc Organized Pursuant to the call of Hon Jerre A Sullivan who is Chairman ol the Democratic County Campaign Committee a meeting was held at the Court House last Saturday night for the purpose of organizing a Democratic Club Mr W R Shackelford was made Pres ident and R B Terrill Secretary The club has been named the Parker and Davis Constitutional Club and will hold meetings every Saturday night At the same time Mr It Crooke organized such a Club atWaco with 100 members Mr Lee Maupin is President find Den nis Taylor Secretary On next Satur day lion R Wv Miller will address the Waco Club and at each meting o this and the town club speeches in in terest of Parker and Davie will be made A ttt t ittt ttttt ttTpTD TB TO Tb T 7b T9 D TD TD TD TO TO TL TC T1 TO TD T TE T r BUY YOUR FALL I m N s SUIT EARLYbthe first to put on new clothes Come now while our stock is at its best and assort f ments unbroken Never have we shown so splendid a collection of Fall and Winter Suits as now Weve bought bigger and better for our growing demand The newest things in rich brown mixtures so popular this fall and are here in great variety handmade and warranted to fit and hold shape in faultless style j No trouble to find your exact size in our great assortment no matter what your shape f b or build Lets try them on Prices to suit everybody and but one price to all t 500 800 900 1000 1250 1400 1500 1800 and 2000 NEW FALL SHOES Need Shoes If SOt heres the place to find fem Biggest stockof mens and boys Footwear in Madison county f best quality best prices The new fall and winter dress shoes are ready in such famous brands as NananVWalkOuer5 Florsheim Billwell in all the newest lasts and finest leathers WorktShoes at 125 to 250 soft easy and durable Try our shoes DEATHS WHITE One by one the Angel of Death is claiming his own and the last to respond to his solemn call was Mr George D White one of Madison countys moat respected and honored citizens About ten days ago Mr Wlfile was taken suddenly ill and his physician pronounced his trouble ptomaine poisoning supposed to have been caused from eating ice cream His condition at first was alarming but for a day or two before his death his improvement was wonderful so much so that he had planned a trip down tywn But such was not the will cf the Master for Friday night he became worse and sank into the last long sleep His funeral services were held at his residence on the Campus Sunday after n ton and were conducted bv Rev W H Dodge after which a long proces sion of sorrowing friends and relatives followed the remains to the cemetery where the last sad rites were held De ceased whom nature had blessed with handsome face and splendid physique appeared to be the healthiest of the healthy and his death came all the more as a severe shock He was a con sistent member of the First Presbyter ian Church holding the office of Elder He was a man of high character ana strong resolve and one whom any community might honor He is survived by a wife who washeforo her marriage Miss Jane Faulkoner daughter of the late Col John Faulkoner of Garrard county and several children who are yet too young to realize the loss of a lather To the grief stricken widow the deep sympathy of all is extended and their prayer is that God in His infinite wisdom will bind up her broken heart and strenghten her for her double duties to her children Obituary Entered Into rest last Wednesday Oct 6th at 6 oclock Mr Clay Wagers aged 21 years son of Mr and Mrs Will Wagers near Richmond He so young and loved by all it is sad that Deaths Angel visited that beautiful home and look Clay our blessed friend away He was possessed with a kind and loving disposition and surrounded by numbers of friends When Jesus called the dear boy away his father mother and sister were also ill with the raging fever Sorrowing fqr the dead who has gone from us to meet Ills dear sis them an early recovery He was laid to sleep in a flowery grave in the Rich mond cemetery till Jesus makes his visit to earth An Angel has visited a home And toot the flower AWly- A bud that bad Just blossomed But is now faded away Asleep fn Jesus Thou Art Our sorrow Is deep Because We must part Gone Gone forever To hs home I the skies We think of Thee Clay Our lives We would have sacrificed But O To think of Thee With Jesus sweet I mourn Thy loss the deepest I lonjThee Uimet EOO In Summer Time Doip by ths lea 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 therfltefore 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 25 cents postage stamps Hrical Music Supply Co No 44 West 28th street Now York a copy will be sent post paid a fi t A Bad Practice Throughout the land there is an In clination to employ a teacher of mv party my church or to suit my children whether any one else is pleased or not and a great many trustees will vote only to reward some friend or punish some enemy or for some sisters cousins wifes daughters soninlaw to be their teacher or let their school go to the bowwows Such narrowness is so contemptible that it ought to be downed and kept down A man who is so narrow should never get hold ot even one small string in control of a school Anderson News Resolutions cf Raped In the providence of God the First Presbyterian Church of Richmond ICy has been called to mourn the loss ot one of its most loyal and faithful mem bers and one of its most active influential and efficient Elders by the loss sustained la the death of Dr J M Poyntz which said event occurred on the 16th day of August 1901 in Mt Sterling after a long and painful illness endured with meekness patience and submissionThe of the Church herewi records its profound sorrow fiver the removal by death of one of its mem bers wise in counsel and active in labors for the good of the church and the glory of God The Session extends its sincerest sym pathy and condolence to the wife and family of the deceased in their affliction and mourns with them all in their sorrow and bears part with them in griefIt is hereby ordered that a page of the Sessional records be dedicated to his memory the action of Session engrossed in the Minutes copies of it sent to the wife and family and that it be published in the town papers Christian Observer and Mt Sterling paper By order of Session- J A Higgins Clerk doIJea InMltc ulebnUonI In commemoration of the Dogma of the Inramaculate Conception of th Virgin Mary there will be special services at the Catholic Church in thisI city next Sunday The pastor Rev Father Ryan has engasred the services of two eminent lecturers who will assist in conducting these exercises The music will be eta high class order and especially arranged for this occasion The public is cordially invited to attend these services and arrangements have been made to accommodate all The following program will be carried on In full Sunday morning Oct 15 10 oclock Solemn High Mass and Sermon Rev Father Ryan celebrant Following is the musical program tor the morning service March Pontificalia Lemmon tfyri Mlllarc1 Gloria Millard Credo Millard Offertory Ave Marie Cherubiui Miss Minnie Benedictusw Jllllrd AguaaDeL Mlllard Vent Creator Mlllard SUNDAY EVENING 730 My Redeemer My LordDudley Buck Miss Minnie Dykes Vent Sinctl Splrltns Bchicl t Quartette Sermon O Salutarls Mano- A O Scanlon Tantum Ergo Fanri Quartette MONDAY EVENING 730 Just For Toda11al1e BInghan Abbott- A 0 Scanlon Vent Creator Wlegand Solo and Chorus Sermon JO Salularls Wiegand Duet Tanturn Ergo Fits Quartette TUESDAY EVENING 730 MyFalth Looks up to TheeLachnerD- uetVent Creator mHimmel- AQ Scanlon Sermon Ve IJeta Amor Ml CherubIni Quartette Tantam Erroi J suit Solo a1t Chorus Medial iodety The Madison County Medical Society will meet Thursday afternoon at two oclock In Dr Murison Dunns office Dr Steel Bailey of Stanford expreel dent of the State Medical Society will he present and read a paper All phys icians are invited to attend this meet ing A Letter IThe following complimentary letter received from a Richmond boy who is prospering in the East be ing in the employ of Hanan S Son manufacturers of fine shoe- sGentlemenEnclosed please find two 21 dollars for which I wish to renew my subscription to your enterprising paper I have been so fortu nate as not to miss a copy of your valu able paper since becoming a subscriber The news of my friends and acquaintances which can readily found in the CLIMAX affords me much pleasure Wishing the CLIMAX success equal to that it has enjoyed in the past I beg to remain very truly yours J J BOWES ZARiNGtf j Kit CoTington at Home f After several mouths of painful and critical illness Kit Covington the manly young son of Mr T T Coving ton has recovered sufficiently for him to be brought home and in company with his parents reached this city Sunday night The history of his ill ness ib still fresh in the minds of all Several mouths ago he started to St Louis with a party to visit the Worlds Fair He was taken ill on the way and when his train reached its destination he was unconscious and suffering from ereysipelas which dread malady in creased in severity and form until his young life was despaired of For sever al weeks he lay unconscious and every effort of human skill and medical knowledge was put to the test He un derwent the dangerous operation of trephining and after suffering the agonies of death he rallledand to the sur prise and deep pleasure ofall has improv not recovered his usual health he was strong enough to be brought home which fact is a source of gratification to his family and fnends It is the Hope of Kits many friends that hIs homecoming will not be too great an undertaking for him but on the other hand will benefit him and that his native Kentucky air will he instru mental in affecting his speedy cure Death of pay Wagers No matter how much exPbeteddeath- conies as a severe shock For weeks past friends and family have been hoping against hope and praying that the life of young Clay Wagers might be spared but his Master called and he bad to go his death occurring Wedues day evening Several weeks ago de ceased was stricken down with typhoid fever and not only he but his mother father two sisters and a little brother were also at different times afflicted with the dread malady Clay Wagers who was about twenty years old was the eldest child of Superintendent and Mrs J William Wagers He was possessed of unusually handsome appear ance and a splendid physique He was much given to atheletic sports and was a general favorite with a large cir cle of friends It is sad to think of him being taken right in the very blush of young manhood when everything was brigit before him The hearts of the whole community throb in tenderest sympathy tor this family so sorely afflicted Death at any time is sad find heart rending but especially so in this case when sickness invades the household After funeral services Thursday afternoon all that was mortal of Clay Wagers was laid to rest in the Rich mond Cemetery The prayers of alt go up for the relief of this family in this sad hour of bereavement and all trust and pray that the remaining ones may be spared from the trnolclutch of deaths Angle awTmy soon be re stored to healtlrrrwdatratsgth- t n t As a result of the explosion of a gasoline stove Mrs J A Stucky wife of the well known ear and throat special ist of Lexington was seriously burned at her home last Wednesday She is a sister of Elder J W McQaivey of this city and is one of Lexingtons most be loved women trial Court At a meeting of the Fiscal Court inst Wednesday the suggestion of appointing a road commissioner for each of the eight road districts in Madison county with the exception of this Richmond district was taken under consideration by the members of that body who will meet here on Novem ber S to appoint said commissioners provided those gentlemen whose names have been presented to the court will accept the appointments Attached to this office is a salary of f30 per month Arm Broken Again Lindsey Blanton seems to be pursued pbyahoodoo so far as arm breaking is concerned He fell from a fence Monday afternoon and broke both bones of the left arm between the wrist and el bow This is the third time the arm has been fractured Lindsey is one of the finest little fellows in town and his friends are grieved at the accidents that are constantly injuring himCyn tliiana Democrat The unfortunate young man referred to in the above is a nephew of Messrs L R Edgar and Dr H M Blanton and Mrs C S Holton of this city His friends here sympathize with him in his trouble I All thats needed for boys wardrobe will be juveniledepartment styles in everything Suits Hats Caps 1 Shoes Boots 1 f f forget Black Cat Stock LoingsJ f for boys and girls c CVINGTON AND NK5 S ti tothat Bysendingf 1m D7- keSSllctUlMlllard hase BurnedI Boys Outfits 11 11 Overcoatst UnderwearJTies Collarsand B Oont BlameIhe Cook M Because your Meat is not Satisfactory Unless you are a customer of Douglas Cultons ifso its sure her fault for they have nothing but the best Our Live Stock and Cured Meats 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 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 1J Hog 1 1ntdepartment is complete in every respect with new and modern machinery and we guarantee every can of lard and pound of sausage to be the best that skilled and competent butchers can produce I j Best Equipment Insures Uniform Service Respect- fullyDouglas Culton Telephone 125 Main Street i JQW BJ J j i DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c Fk t CS t MANLESS LhNn r R LANDLBSS MAN l 1 Jufld for hllll whust irtag Imitell because hecultiJa hlghiirieoit farm Thurr sru vast JVIn The Great Southwest whiTb sie throw of farms in ho highest stnte of cultivation J- t whhtr prcictflyrnanIos anilca be seourci at onefifth to Jtenth tb mil kt price pr aro of an Old State farm Write Jor iIlustratpd telturo tiesriptivu of Arkansas Indian Territory J Ok1hnm nr rp1tH8 hj H LeeJGpo Gen Pass Agt cLittle Rock Ark VeryLo- wRound Trip R testto any Sonihwestprn point every in Spt other and the firs ad third Tuisda sin Ooiotior and voveTnber H I McGiiire Dist Pass Agt- Citwilluati Ohio j u There is nothing like ti Good FLOUR t Every housewife every cook knows that Good cakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the Iatesttit Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of MadisonMADE BY TilE Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY fmm7Iffi 1Fm8 IAutumn stocks resplendentp throughout the store and buying en ffithueiRm much in evidence Silk dress ffigoods and fabrics in varieties ample enough u satisfy the most fastidious ffiOur different sections keep fully abreast of the times The reputation for supremacy in these lines is aplen7iJi didly maintained this season Assort ffimenf8 lire greater fabrics richer styles 71more feseinatinp than ever Let ns snsKest to prOHjwctivo buyers that theyI visit the stocks as soon ns possible TtH visit will give them knowledge I or fashions best and of the vastness of ffi7 the select ions here made fur choosing White and Gibson YY4FZ ili 71w EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY raCORPOKATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilitios unsur passed JAMES E CAlDWELU J W HUNTER JR Presiden fc ent anR rr iI1 i 1 Buy COAL Now Every thing in the COAL situation points to higher prices and it will pay you well to place your orders NOW either for temporary purposes or for the winter and while youre getting COAL you might as well ordor from the Beattyville anti thus avoid any uncertaintyabout Qualitv Quantity or Price The Beattyville guarantees all three Beattyville Coal Co- D R Freeman Mgr Tel J84 Yards Aspen ave I I i o r CLOTHESaZP zI sfflE THAT FITThat is the kind we maketit We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods iiWe can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock f is complete We can furnish anything is gents furnish ings Give us a call we can please you both with goods and prices Stouffer Mahler 1L n MERCHANT TAILORS r or 1 I Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of Will1liID u IIDm I Wf to freshen up her home for summer We have every thing and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most massive Bedroom Suits We have also odd Dressers and Washstands Dressing Tables Chiffoniers Diningroom Furniture Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes 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 I W S OLDHAM Kentuckys GriutTthtiIJ- XINI1ON STAlES OCT 414 100000 2IOOO FUTURITY TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 3000 CUP MONDAY OCTOBER 10 40 GREAT RACES IVEBERS FAMOUS Half Rates on PUBLIC SALE OF Valuable City and Per sonal PropertyON Saturday Oct J5 04 at 2 orclock p m The following property consisting of House Land and Personal Pr pertYo being the prem- Ises now occupied by David B Freeman on West Main Street and the land in the rear of said premises to North Street The house lot running back 290 feet will he sold first then the vacant property the propert will then be offered as a whole the bid makIng the most mouey wilt constitute a sale At the same time and tho Household and Kitchen Furniture including several pieces of valuable antique furniture will be sold also one strictly good Milch Cow TEEMS 10 per cent of the priceon the house nnd land to be paid immediately onethird of the remainder with 6 per ceo In leresl within 20 days ohale the balance clue In three years at 6 per cent the same to be secnredby a note and a lien upon pronerty On PersonalAll sums of and under cash on sum over endorsed and approved notes win be taken at 6 per cent Interest due in six monlhm No personal property to be removed until settled for- 07For further particulars Inquire of D B Freeman at his coal office on Aspen avenue Telephone 148 FANNIE F HAWE8 DAVID R FREEMAN MABYB FREE IN OLD JOE WIIIKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for par poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 400 pergallou 10Co bottles S5 5U II II 250 5II l bottles3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county KvI Wlre fence 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 ayllOMyr RicLmon Ky For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the store room on Main street now occupied by Mr TA Robinson if Mhs Janra R Bright Kidneys Cured Free For 30 days we are giving absolutely free a fallsire box of DeBells Kidney Pills to any sufferers It is an abso IntA cure and we want the world to know its wonderful results Delay may mean death Cut this out and mall to C WBeggs Sons Co Cities go III For sale byB L Middelton oct Commencing Sunday Sept 25th and continuing until 80th special coach excursion tickets toSt Loois will be sold Sunday Monday Tuesday Vednesdtiy and Thursday of each week It tborate of 925 JOfthe round trip J W Hamilton Agt 7ton Main street a skfrt to a wine ooiered Mackintosh No 40 Leave at jtbto office JtI I L PURSES Grand concerts DdIIJ 5000 TRANSYLVANIA THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 3000 MCDOWELL TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 GREATEST PROGRAMME EVER OFFERED BAND All Railroads medicinal Bright November The M B Parrish School of Phon ography Hobson Building Latest in structinu Positions secured tor pupils- tf traTed Black sow white on forehead weight about 150 pounds raine to my place about 4 week ago Owner can have same by proving property and paving charges Pleas Benton 28 ep4t Kichmnnd Ky Residence for Farm I desire to exchange my residence on the Summitt for a small farm Residence contains six good rooms nice yard and garden waterworks and all conveniences Call on or address R J Mc- KcPublic Sale of Land As Administrator of John Bennett deceased I will on Thursday Oct 27 04 at 11 oclok a tn on the premises Bull to tho highest bidder the Ove Big gerbtaff farm located on the Jacks Creek pike about 10 miles from Richmond and 2 miles from Valley View Valley View is a thriving village with railroad exprena and school facilities This farm contains 251 acres all in grass and under good fenca On it is a roOd dwelling with necessary outbuildings The farm will first be offered in two 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 provements The second tract of 151 acres is on the west side of the road and has on it the improvements men tioned above Onethird of the pur chase money must be paid January 1 1905 when deed will be madeand pea session given the balance in two equal payments in one and two years there after with interest at 6 per cent from January 1 1905 A lien will be reserved on thb land for deferred payments For further information call on the un HenrylIorWATLEK BENNETT Id Admr for John Bennett rt Diamonds c Watches Clocks fri Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry VandPrec ous Stones rdescription rThese are some pf the V to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to go take them to Lane he c will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to LannV hell fix that too 1Ifyon want anything that I be found in a first class c gotoin these kind of articles L E Lane c Jeweler and Optician 1 Through Toorbt Sic pit e Cars to California via The boa Hoontata Route The true Southern Eoate Commencing nrdaY September 17 and every Tuesday and Saturday there after The Iron Mountain Route will run through tourietiBleepiBg cars Br Louisj to Los el Cal via Texartcana and El Paso The True Southern Routett The itCt1rROI1S will be per Illbeberth reservations call on or address Walnuttre il MOTHERS DO YOU KNOW the many cocalled birth medicines arid most remedies for women in thetreaUnen of her delicate contain more 01 strychnineDo4druggists are notpermitted to sell narcot poisonsDo sot take internally any medicine lor the pregnancyDo Friend ts applied externally only Do You Know that Mothers Friend- is a celebrated prescription and that it has been in use over forty years and that each bottle of the genuine bears the name of The Bradfield Regulator Co Do you know that when use this remedy during the period of gestation that you will be free of and bear healthy hearty and clever children Well these things are worth knowing ITiey are facts Of druggists at roo Dont be persuaded to try a substitute Our little book Motherhood free WE BBADF1ED RE6ULATOB co JUnta Os ++++CALL AT++++ JONES MERShWS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptb late and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssssss1Ph- one 3 Second St D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND K- YiDz1L STJaaEBT sT 1eette st toosot n BlfTIST OP LOUISVILLE K- TtyOtce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hoursB to 121 to 4 novlTly V M Blanton DENTIST r O Sce m Bennett Building Ijanly TELEPHONE 196 E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians Hobsoa Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE itiraduates Southern School of Ostheopalhy Bxgtlre ale MrS S Carrier and son who COt duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having an immense fire sale and are offering things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned are 9000 bushels of coal at 9 c s per bushel A lull line of groceries and other merchandise all new and fnsh coffee lOcte per Ib and up calico 5c work shirts 25 to 50o ready made garments latnn fashions We aim have meal flmr corn feed hay seed and locus cedar oak and clietitiiut posts any length fni sale Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rent to pay and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can offer things at such low prices We pnj cash for all kind of produce Give us call 22Jnne 6m TWO BLUE GRASS Farms for Sale I have in my hands for sale the fol cunlltyhe W Smith the first known as the Hugnely place and containing shunt 270 acres This place is well fenced watered and is in good condition in every way hay lug thereon a dwelling and all necesna ry outbuildings one large barn and several small ones large young orchard cistern and everything that goes to make a comfortable home Fifty acres in grassTheand adjoins tract No 1 and contain about 438 acres residence good fencing cistern barn orchard and well watered 100 acres cultivation and preenBoth are on turnpikes and are in onehalf mile of schol house and one and onehalf miles from church and postoffice This is firstclass land in a good com munity and is a money maker to the particularsL P EVANS 14sep9t 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 eight rooms In firstclass repair good cistern and all necessary out everythingdesiring Ho examine tho property the Undersigned will tact pleasure In showing same H R TEVIS mvtf RICHMOND KY Tue ohe I desire to say to the peoole of Madi son county that Ihave sold my saloon on First Street to Brohston Brothers with whom I am not connected in any way I have opened a oaloon on the same etrept just below Mike Enrightsi old stand nod I am now ready to no xommbdate ffiy custoh1e lfPleaso call andse me Rfspt- rj nW tf M CJUKMtMOMF ac OET8 LEAP YEAR PROPOSAL i tWertira Senator Re elves Tender Xpistlo from Kansas Woman R1s Secretary Answers It A aertaln western senator whoso name was recently included In a list of eligible widowers and bachelors of the senate has received an application from the state of Kansas The lady puts the marital proposition in very frank manner all of which she proba bly Justifies because this Is leap year writesDear I read you are one of the widowers of the senate who would more than likely be the one who would be next to get married Now J write you this to ask you if you are not engaged to any lady if you would consider myself as a candidate for that sacred trust I am a widow 56 years old and should like a good and loving husband one whom I could love and trust I find life too lonesome to live without a good man You may think this very impertinent in me to write you but I assure you I am no adventuress only one who Is so lonely and there are no eligible men in this townI will wait with patience your an swer then I will tell you more of my self and who I am The senators response to this tender missive was written by his secretary who Is an unfeeling man and fully capable of slamming the door In the face of hope ODD CONTEST FOR BRIDE Members of Wild Thibetan Tribes En ter Matrimonial Life Under Many Difficulties Among some of the wilder Thibetan tribes In the Kokonor there is a curious marriage ceremonial function says Booklovers Magazine This consists In placing the girl on her wedding morn in the upper part of a tree while her male relatives remain on the lower lImbsor else In the back part of her fathers tent or but while these same relatives guard the entranceIn each case the later being armed with 1010 thorn sticks The groom when these preparations have been completed rides up and an nounces his intention of seizing the bride This requires fortitude for the relatives beat him unmercifully when he attempts to reach the woman If he manages to elude his assailants and touch the toe of the woman she Is his he is welcomed Into the family and complimented on his ardor Should he fall be suffers not only the Inconvenience of being wifeless but the loss of cattle and other presents given during the negotia tions By the sale of a girl to one man however the father does not relinquish his claim upon her but may sell her to other suitors who come afterwdrd until she may have half a dozen husbands TOBACCO DRINKING HABIT Snuff Manufacturer Tells of the Use of the Weed as a Beverage Years Ago Tobacco drinking Is not one of the bad habits of today said a snuff manu facturer but several hundred years ago it was a pretty prevalent custom A poet took occasion In 1642 to attack It He wroteTo raore sweare and drink tobacco well Is fit for such as pledge sick healths In Swan was the name of this poet and the place where I found this couplet against tobacco drinking was In a book of his a book which attacked all the vices of the age Till I read Swans work I was un aware that man had ever drunk tobacco It seems that they powdered up the herb those oldtimers mixed a half teaspoon ful of It with whisky glass of hot water and tossed off this redbrown fluid as you or I would toss off a lemonade The effect of tobacco drinking was like the effect of smoking It soothed and calmed the nerves producing a pleasant feeling of contentment Ifcdld not appear to be particularly harmful Many a tobacco drinker lived to a green old age- FREEZE AND STORE WATER Liquid to Be Used for Irrigation Purposes Is Allowed to Congeal Until Needed A traveling man recently returned from a trip through Montana says the Philadelphia Record tells of a curious method he saw there for storing water needed for Irrigation purposes This consists of nothing more or less than freezing the water until It Is wanted As soon as the weather becomes such as to melt this ice it Is fit for the opera tions requiring the water The plan which eo far is in the nature of an experiment consist of making a series of shallow basins on the slope of a hill in such locations that when water is plentiful they may be filled each of those below the highest receiving successively the overflow from the one above Once frozen the Ice In the shallow reservoirs is there until the thaw sets in when It melts so slowly as to keep up a supply of moisture sufflfllclent for the germination and growth of the early cropt This unique method has been tried so far only in the vicinity of Dillon but it appears to be successful and Is to be given a trial in several other favor able localities Salt and Fresh Water lake A lake has been discovered on Kll din island Lapland which contains fresh water on the top and salt water on the bottom The lake rises and falls with the tide and Is evidently connect ed with the sea by an underground channel I TAKEWINEOP CARDUIAT Jre you a sufferer lisa your doctor been HMHO ccwful Wouldnt you prefer to treat youndf AT HOME Ncarlll500OOOwomenhave1lOusht themselves at home of such troubles as periodical painslcuOOrji1 dizziness nausea and despond fncy caused by f male These are not easy cases Wino of Cardni cures when the doctor cant irrilatesoothingtonicutrorg and drastic drugs It is imccessful because cures in a lafttural way boughtiromand you can begin this Itreatment today Will you try it I ID cases reqnirtBg special directions M4rai glTing trmptoms The Ladles Aflntorr Dept The C2iattsaoo IMttfiM Co Ctettuoo TeesH L i For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless saTe is made For complete particulars call on or address The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1No3 No5 No6No7 No8No contAtn1IngllroomaAnd barn s original cost Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from cont house A more de ir ble location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain SI20 will bay a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x OO feet Price Sto Good grazing and train producing farm rontalnlng 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 1200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence bsrn and other 1m provemnents fine locality Price zsoo Parm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improvements Can be bought In connection with No 8 Price 1600 No 10 No 11 No 13 No 14 No 16 No 17I No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 30 No 31 2 I No 32 r No 33 r a No 34 all nicfPrice 256 four cottages on nice street well mproved Pnce 1000 each ood cottage in firstclass condition Isterd etc Price 500 Vice residence containing seven corns In resident portion of ctly Large yard and garden and all necessary outbuildings Price 3000 lood lot suitable for business louse can be bought cheap four room cottage and seven acres if Innd five ares In grass and two in garden good orchard end grape arbor nil necessary out building This property is situated in a thriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price 500 One of the nicest residences In Richmond rontnining eight rooms and cellar In bes portion of city Lot 90rMO feet Price 2503 twostory residence in eood neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 nice residence for Anyone desir- Ing an ideal home One rf the best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved 2200 neighborhood Cotage on a nice resilient street conlnlningfonr rooms and necessary nnthniUIIngs Cnn be purchased on the Installment ulan A great bargain at 1100 Will mint residence for purchaser An Ideal cottage tot five rooms beautiful yard and nil necessary nnihnUdlngslnclndlncr rood stable and cistern Price 1200 Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser Mice residence on a 4acre lot con taming raven rooms and two porches situated In best re ldenre portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out build ings A great bargain for anyone desiring a nine home Farm containing 90V acres eight mils from this city This land it all in grass and is Al good farm and is well watered There Is on this land a small residence ard other necessary outbuildings Localit- yht in county Flour and grist mill Anderson county 33barrel capacity Build lug 3 stories covered with Iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the latter three mon hR of the year It is an nptodate Roller Mill with bnrrs forcrmrll and meal bolt 14 acres with the nill inclnl Ine what it with the hnnne of 5 moms All for JfiKO or 5500 for the mill and the acres Onehalf cast Has fine trade No mill in 10 miles Also n NVhnrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Salt river Stempower new uptodate In every particular and srond dwelling with improvements and VI acres of lined Close to Southern railroad Price 9000- Alv acre of Florida land in Mannvilel on railroad street through psee leaving 5 pcs on one side with try 5room hone and oranges each pears plum grape be rle and 6 acres on oth pr Ide with 8room 1story bonus oanvts peaches pears plums gr pe etc all for SII or the ueu for or the 5 acres for handsome twostory frame dwel ins containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and coldwater basement under entite house good yard and all necessary outbuildings B s location In Rtrhmond for boarding house 148 acrea Mercer cnntv farm in yards pike 5 roomllKstorv hone tenant hnislargfi barn abundant rater 7000 3no acres In 3 miles of Hsrrodsbne on pike rood land in roSin blck esldenre excellent barns etc Will vow hemp etc 865 per acre 207 acre at Rnrgln Merger county fine hemp and tobacco land good evidence ezcellentbarnfine running rater Pric 85 an acre s good as ny tOlllan1 Nice twostory residence on one of the nrincipul residence streets of Richmond Nice Yard garden and ary outbuildings Great bargain Confessions of a Priest Rev Jno R foxnf Wakn Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consnt ri a niim her of physicians and tripd all sorts of medicines hut trot no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and fffil that I am now cured of a disease that had mn in its grasp for 12 years If yon wont a reliable medicine for Liver and Kfd ey trouble stomach disorder or general debility set Elei trie Bitters UM guaranteed by R r Stockton OnlyoOc 1m We have never shown a larger stopfc of Carriages fnrriea BneeifH and runs bouts than we n iw have on display In our show room It wil pav yon to ex amine thaw before liiivfng We also do repairing and rpjoininjr in host nan tiAra at moderate pnres3he best rub ber Urn applved and irimianteed for one year ralland we us Richmond Carriaen Works tf RUMirtkiff Pdoj Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal altapkof whoopine rousz 1and bronchitis write Mrs W K hay land of Armonk N Y but when al other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our ulece who had consumption in an advanced stage also used this wouder tul medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung dill eases yield to Dr Kmp New Discov ery as to no otner medicine on earth Infallible for Oonghs and Colds 50r and 1 bottles guaranteed by R G Stockton Trial bottles free 1m For Sale A splendid form of 100 scream Oar rard cnnnty Ky 2 miles south of f amp Dick Robinson on Fisher Fork pike Price 65 per acre For par ticulars call on or address E F Parks Danville Ky or J S Parks Marcellna Ky 28s 2tIRubber stamps ink pads daters etc see Gordon Reid Climax office For sale Privately I will soil privately my lions and lot on Hight street Good cistern and alt necessary outbihllngs Plenty of fruit For particulars see 15jtf Alfrf d DouRlai Sr Hay Fever Can fce Cured All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of Bunmna Catarrh Cure to refund the money where It fails to cure any case of Hay Fever no mat appliMtlQftCatarrh Careas a new discovery 3t is theonly hay fever remedy sold on a positive guarantee Use it for your Catarrh Uo cure no pay For sale by B L Middelton oct 1 desire to sell privately my house and lot OB High street ResIdence nuw with iooikrrm iaaprovementB 7 lM ste lwiaXarr 1 1ii More Heat = Less Coal 1 works on scientific principles the coal is fedfrom 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 La j Squeeze All the of the hot air ought are if the is com PeckWilliamson have you call at our where these Furnaces are on exhi t t t Arbuckle SirnnlOflS Sole Agents for PeckWilliamson Heating Ventilating Co 337 Cincinnati 0 Richmond Ky Cheap via e Illinois Railroad 15 20 New Orleans 15 20 Hammond 13 60 Jackson Miss J4 30 VicLsburg Miss Correspondingly low rates to points 114 one way 11650 one way Tickets 4 38one way Tickets I Only line r through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Out heatvalue coal up chimney that to go andsmoke combustible to bustionThe Underfeed Furnace bitioni Very Rates Central LOUISVILLE intermediate J November 15 goodreturning 21 withstopovers trip All points in Indian and Oklahoma T erriItories and points intermediate pondingly low ITicketsHouston Galveston San Antonio Ft l1 Worth Texas and intermediate Isold Oct and 18 n IJtermediatesold to Oct J5 ruuum Disc Corn Corn Djc II Brown Disc Malta Back Bands Dont send house Gases proper means takeu insure West 5thst Jand days round points daily Secial Low One way and in effect on first and third Tuesday in each to the Southwest Arkansas Territory Oklahoma and For through rate 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