You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, October 19, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 ric1904101901 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 19, 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 ii i IiE i t 0O i i vt I THI3 RICHMOND CLIMAX f i i f IOLUME 31 RICHMOND MADISON QOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 i9M1UM J 221 1 PHONE 80 j V so 5 6 7 J2 j ever of I at tolit so I ter than oes Blue assure 7 of the R teeth th cause The MR nnt onlv lonrd life Onld 50 OoH Fills 50 m Flue 75 nd 25 oar work Will give all olrcum Rl Rubber Stamp office C WINES DRUG STORE We y yy-f lire Jon money + ffi determined you shaH our store with best buy offer iWe carrying much stock all lines never prepared offer you and Show our will r Silks Dress Goods Waistings etc r were never complete and than elsewhere Flannelettes and and JOe than All rock bottom prices Hosiery Underwea Blankets Quilts etc to customer Mercerized Petticoats 49 75 98ct + 2t Readytowear Dress Skirts Cloaks prices astonishingly seectionIISutsand Overcoats 1I Boots and Shoes by that Suit or fpr or boy You at 10 f hold to that idea that store sell We the to You buy the D M at to 3tO + no The J E lilt and Selz to 11 wear you to LACKEY AND HAMILTON rf 717i 7F7A the Depends th health iovUg or tni the of of 3Tn9 disease application of DENISTRY but pro Teeth5 Twin guaranteed etoeV H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky money before Overcoat your mistake 12515 Dont cannot GOOD SHOES carry best factory cannot Jones Ladies Watson Little School House Shoes children equal famous Royal 350 cannot soelled style comfort Try pair Yours please I 7w 71 71 1 7th 71 On wmdition ironeral fiUinjr removal skillful relieved pain Extract fully under Gordon Makers Ollimx fogle PROFESSIONAL R oN MILLER ATTOBSBTATLAW RICHMOND KBSTUCXT Office the Bnrnam Building next door to srmers National Bank eb3ly SuIJLrV AJalL ATTOBNKYATLAW RICHMOND Office over Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street 0 M AT LAW l RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second Chen nits grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTS AND- COUNSELLORS AT RICHMOND KENTUCKY in John Bennetts old office over Perry Thomas drug store DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in tht Dr Hobson building MainStreet E I v 4 +determiued to I + iI are know t the Merits of Every department in our is the goods money can for the prices are larger than ever We were to greater bar gains than now We to a cordial invitation to call see us Let Us You the quality of goodsthe price do the talking n Our line of at prices much lower Outings 14 are better values offered Colton fabrics at at prices please the See our 125 and 75c 7 II and I Save our line buyicg self make a unlessyou our old a general lines be had betn Fine for 2 Plummers Red for have Shoes for men 5 e for and a We will satisfaction uu 1 I w Teeth decayed l v s h SolM 1 Am 0c AH Usfaotion CARD- SATTOI1T3 n KENTUCKY StateBank D OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS street over ATTORNEYS LAW Office law SURGEONS Goods loaded to in before extend before exomlng S DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyn don Wednesday Oct 12 1904 For Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial and all kinds of toilet req uisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to Pigs grocery on Main street 20atf For Sale A sixyearold horse 151 hands high perfectly gentle For price etc call on G J White Son 5oct tf AND EtHEOOUcui1RETHE KingsI I PUB cONSUMPTION 71 71 T1r4 ffi J28 kinds Furs Raincoats F Massage combined PriceI Cure for all LINONEYATROUBI i IFor jwle hv R O Stockton I A A ELDERS t O BARGIN STOREp j s Warm Weather Suggests A r the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as attraetivel low Prices that nrpvnilthroufrhout this are made rneiitiitI ofatfld the mnnevsavir store suggests the wisdom ot buying here 4 1 Ginghams in jjreat variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with choke wash fabrics as this store is famous for Extra good 12i Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styleSin plaids checks and stripes alrspecial price per yard lOc 2 Corded Madras the most suitable material for Shirting and Shirtwaists rewaiishoSffJibiutifui line of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5c up Knicker Voile Suitings all the shades cheapat 25c our price 15 Jacard Voile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Vanned Voile shades to select from 12c India Linen 7t to 25c i StockizI1SSPeClale40 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Bibbed 4thread Stock Do s and Girls anil a splendid wearing and dressy Stocking sizes 6 to 9 and toeshealsItigs htoi ilicd lozin Bicycle Stocking the iron wear kind 2tbrent real Maco 2x2 ribbed Aworth at ssui of sprviCfarlp firm trflId but elastic sIzes 7 to 10 worth 5c at 15c per pair i don hie Il yard See our stnk of Rugll Oil Cloth 20 o The vd 10 IE nlld We yard CarpetsjfeSuiu Youths Suits1 We arfsl nw tlll prettiest stock of at 198 to SIO ever 8 own In Richmond KnpeSuitBlto5 Mfne Shifts 25c to SI Straw Hats men and hoys5S10cuptoSl25 lAk 1 UwSS Lace CnrtBin a beautiful line to select from 39c to SO pair 8 Stock SfNlioMi pxtellsion complete rodM S 10 ant The New Stock Ladies Muslin Underwear Corset GoverA 10 to and Dress Skirts1251- os oownslSciSkirts Oc Ask to see them LndipsWalkh 61 48 Panlapl0e JJJ1o 8 7 llfeyaraleauties JJ MILLINERY tcreations or Urn Fen Ron are here and at surpris1nly Low Prices smartestMore blllutiful styles Hats ready rotrimmedol beautiful298 Hundredsmoetieantmnl stylee itt to Shirt Waist Hats the School and Dress TjitR Flow I CllldrenLow Pxces to suit all pursee A your choosing ked at8pecial See them Bleached PilloW Cases lull size and tlneqnality choice wearing gush ttP ers of every description and ient8 JIandkrchiaf 5 10 and The Par ijos40c Jol 95 Corats25e to1 50 ties 12 Ladlps bout Pi clure FrameR 510182529 andtge We hve jnstrecelvd 5p Shoeiand8lipper roo plqtnres from 5c nIIprics up tceach Do not Jail to see them We have few loft at w 29n39 and 490 417 T I Respectfully SuBmittecli OtuiILSnJra de 17 wake We completely that J see seven ma oolya EV Elder SUE rUUU Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must cat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Little doses everyday give the stiffness andshape that healthy bones should have Bow legs become straighterl- oose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Right food will cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York soc and 100 all druggists IVORY DOOMS ELEPHANT Recent Landing of 144 Tusks Pro nounces Death Knell of Big Beast The recent landing In Brooklyn ot 144 tusks of ivory from one of the Italian ships is held to signify the death of 72 elephants at least that number for others wounded may have crawled into the Jungle and died out of sight of the hunters says the Brooklyn Eagle It would seem that the elephant is as surely doomed asI his ancestor or cousin the great mammoth was doomed by climatic and geologic change and not Impos sibly by the persecutions of the man of the stone age In our country we have seen within a few years the practical extinction of the buffalo tho last of the Yellowstone herd was shot a few days ago by pot hunters who succeeded In escaping from the park without interference from the troops and the antelope that used to range the plains and foothills In thousands have also disappeared from most of the western states As every ono knows the game laws In thinly settled countries are mere bluff and violation of them is dally practiced In civilized New Jersey the attempt to stop the disgusting and brutalizing slaughter of harmless and helpless pigeons released from traps has failed because of the pernicious activity of gun manufacturers and shooting clubs DEPOSITS MUCH SEDIMENT Amount of Earth Carried by 3Ussis- Blppl giver Declared to Be Enormous The capacity of Use Mississippi for fill ing up canals and old channels Is something awfuL Government engineers have found that the mount of solid matter annually carried past Vicksburg is enough to make a block of earth 300 feet high and a mile square says a writer In Ainslies Some of this Is spread around on the valley between here and the sea and the rest goes out Into the Gulf pi what that means Instead ori river Of water this is a river of land It would make a solid stream of earth five feet deep and nine feet wide flowing night and day as fast as a man can walk four miles an hour all sliding down out of the northernbaU of thecountry to ward the sea Year Inyear out that end less line earth on Itwould take a force of morethan60Jioo men working la eighthour shifts t throw tho dirt stream supposing the river bed I 1IntOtbe and as tahUbi4 supply p th lULJtwJIIAke 2L- U f o LJci f IJ t 1 I 71 F IFall Winter SEASON 7F 190405 e We areready with newest styles ioa1B NDVetie Latest Attractions Finest Selections Greatest Assortments 1 t4 At L- ctLJ priJ IJ f 4 i I of re we are to en ed to us to to our at iiir rf o are for dres and are es for such uses We such in our rTt and you will be able to find here such best rr to you Our the most for the fall season of 1904 and can their in with that and are and has been in by for this season I I rfJ J and fit are in this cele of Our will you well as the Ask for the you want For Men and This is in our of warm for fall and wear Our is our the for cash 1 AND BED We are a this season of and Bed We can with the lint st and low at the very I is on a 1s r to the v- t are ROYAL BAKING CO NEW YORK A not you if Ing tor for Sores of sore lQr a year but a box of Ar me Its the best earth 25c at K C tons We purctiasedonr to sell and it yon will call and et wft will tills aid ot yoa aa tig and mer if V r i j j COR MAIN FIRSTIll 7F7IImmffi 7I7I7F d T- Fall and Winter CaMpaign Opening We wish thank our friends and customers for esteemed patronage during the past season and bespeak for your most generous patronage ior the fall andwinter season J91H05 We want make this season the banner season of our business To do this have made greater preparations bought more goods and by careful will work hard to merit your New in and o- fNewGoods and We Begin Se lsonVithto ilB g A Multitude of Opportunities Fall Buyers withIOJtand every taste Better your money never prepared give you this closestrJOJfwatchful cash buyers which enables offer customers fllHlv low prices Artistic Dress There oocassions artistic goods which pecially adapted goods think just materials suited needs entire stock embraces approved styles UIand fashions customers selections assurance goods styles correct discussed fashion IRemember That Low Prices to Cash Buyers We Need the Moneyci Topsy Hosiery Quality style combined brated brand Hosiery prices please 11as Hosiery Topsy when hosiery New Fall and Winter Underwear Women Children numerous stock clean Undergarments winter youll appreciate stock complete prices lowest BLANKETS COMFORTS SPREADS making special howing splendid Blankets Comforts Spreads supply housekeepers medium lowest prices see in are for beno 71 use of Powder is of Yeast food POWDER Love erIwould interest youre tookI Salve Burns Piles buffered unffly jnica Salve cured Salve StoCk vehicles price prove assertion evrl friend custo SJj Midfelff Prop to of to we watchfulluess stockcarry make vogue only make A nice two story frame residence in Irvine Eatili Springs property The contains seven ro nls with all necessary For call on or address J B Panola 4m Into His s of Vt vf robbed of his health by in vasion of Chronic When- Dr Kings New Life P11I8 into his lioB e his trouble was arrested and now he eud anteed te eIPQf ira t ll worth at Our Cash Our satisfactory 11qualitiesDont to Fall- Fashions Baking family Alumbaking goyal Baking Powder health goods having prices paying Motto wait billY rRiCAI A EAST of Said to Bo for Lack of It In Orient In the orient where status In fact that taunts in favor of a man or a country Is estimated by exterior show It Is certain of our no to provide adequate display for its iregenta tives writes Minnie Norton Wood In Summer Splendor of the Chinese Court In tho Century A fe ir Amer lean soldiers suitably mounted and as a special legation escort would go far to impress Amertian pres i tlge upon the minds of these orientals This may be avowedly to Jef feraonlan and our Ideas but It Is an ftict which other countries quickly rccognlzs and act upon thus securing favors for their that are he granted to people less wall pro Ided for from the Wjst Three of the best marksm in tta United States navy hall fro tar In land One Is C W John son who made the worlds record with tho 16inch gun recently at Cort Wright on Fishers Islikd New York harbor J W Orel tz oi the neW Maine made eight shots la a minute with a 6lnch gun and hll the target eight times at 1 0 yards the ship meantime going 12 mots aa hour Bart Barnes a son of ezGov Barnes of Is now ajhrst lieutenant in the navy but pravif us to Ms ha made an excellt it reefi11 at the target i The German Way In Germany when a perso braki i down with ho It JIlt t a wheI ke Ie kept until ha recovers or fa meantime hlfa family ly pension from a fund to j i pUtJn f w M 111M poi + JI I 7I I our to i the new 0 IN DRESS GOODS AND SILKS The best market of the world have been drawn from in fl this We are read to show you the high art novelties in New Silks and the newest high art fabrics in Dress Goods Our Low Cash Ie Prices for the BEST GOODS MADE will be a to all who come 1BrosIIchoiceLadies Readytowear 7IF throvh trouble Show Et satisfac ttion Special display study styles prices rEarly NEW STYLES Only II Garments stockno Ladies will find our new stock of Fall Suits Skirts and Jackets most to rn are the IIlow1LaceIever1 Good Goods At Right Prices Make Happy Customers + 7c IDont fail to our styles Hawes They just in the Hawes Hat the best hat earth exceptions Buy Hawes 300 and happyS I w D OLDHAM SBUSY BEE CASH STORE I ffi7I r7F7F 7f7I 7F71 7175 7F7 t ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health The essential the healthfulness the foodSferments powders injurious saves guaranteed I withan drultstoOlm many trade the For Hats SSrora1e adjoining residence outbuildings particulars Broaddus Ky7S11 Broke House LQu1iin Cavendish customary Constipation entirely Thcy7ngnar 2dMjC Stocktons cIrugot SjS 5LkI wes DISPLAY Shortsightedness Governmmt Eesponsible strengthsocial everything shortsighted government equipped opposed simplicity democratlo established representatives jtat1DgI7 Jffarksmen n Oklahoma Installed battleship Oklahoma promotion consumption government sanitarium recc1vet i ftool1trJliluMi jIIc Comelook Goods We purc Irh Come and get low ourtL AUTUMN perfecting display pleasant surprise Goes Iand Hat CO lBALCS 11 Paint Protection Tlzej5raclicalpaintersays when your house is cov ered with PaUons SUNPROOF flant and the paint covered by a 5 year guaranty you have the best possible protection to your house and purse U Pattons SunProof Paint protects preserves and beautifies MaTe ot pnr rt pigments ami oilwith just proportions of zinc aim kail ilattons secret formula It withstands sun and rain heat and cold twice as long as hand made paint Guar I anteed to wear well for five years usually lasts twice that long Seadlor aok of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee WJs Geo M Willging 209 W Main st next to Madison Natl Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc W VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer IJ IA highclass preparation for the hair Keeps the hair sort and andIr Rubber Stamps oIJ this office r = 1 1 e e S ts t n I JiSt StiPte S II C It s 5 S 5 5 a rantisstn Out SaltS S 5S S S 4 5 15 5 e 5S I05 S Having decided to quit business at once We are offering 5 I5our entire stock ofSs 5IS I SSSS55- 5S SS BOOTS5 III hoes uqd Gents Furnishings III s 0555 e s 5 at Cost for Cash OnlyS55 5 s 51 o I 0We are determined to close out and we offerS I a 5S5 SSS j The Greatest Bargains of your Life S 5 I 55from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and seeIIS 55I I 5 5 for OUrself All persons owing us will please call and settle 55S SaS 5 S 55 5 0 0S S j s CRUTCIiER TRIBBLE 11 0 5 I55Main Street Richmond Kentucky S 5 5 5 5 5 5 A55SSSSS5S5SSSS55S S SSSSSSS5SSSSSS5SS S555 4 0 lsSSul5 5SSSSSSSlSSl sSsssss5sasssc S osssSse3 eOs os QeSssS sosSCeseQ ss The Richmond Climax PUHH8HK1I EVERY WEDNESDAY BYI The Climax Printing Co Incorporated m u J O OU UULTnnum President A MILLERnBdItOl Manager WEDNESDAY OCT 19 1904 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT ALTON B PARKER of New Yorkj FOR VICE PRESIDENT Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS of West VirginiaI FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska KOK JUIHJK 5T1I APPBLLATB DISTHICT JAMBS K CANTKILL oSeotteothtyFor GU GILBERT of Shelby For Reprefi nttive R W MILLER For County Judge N It TURPIN For County Attorney It II CROOKE For Sheriff P B BROADDUS Fur County Oterk- JBSSE CORM ForJeilr- BUOKJOHNON For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGBRSTAFF TUB Campaign Committee will have a speaker on every stump in every school and hall in the state every day and night for the last two woks of the contest It will be a veritable feast of orato ry with all the loading spell binders in action assisted by hundreds of loquent young men who have volunteered for the fray The apathy that marked the earlier days of tho fight has given way to an in tijnwt which will quickly kindle Into enthusiasm Browers Wood Mantel Sale We Have Concluded f to go out of the Wood Mantel business and are now offering our large stock of Mantels Tiles and Grates at cost I IEach Mantel is marked in plain figures complete with tile and grate t We offer these goods for immediate acceptance and ad vise that you call as early as possible and make your selec tion of Cash ONLY No periodical tickets will be taken CJFBrowwiCo MAIN AND BROADWAYS i LEXINGTON ED BLANXCW CO Lumber and Coal3- rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 7nzouncements FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R E ROBBRTS a candidate for City Attorney sub et to the Hdion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce THOS H COLLINS a candidate for City Attorney sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are athortzed to announce JAMBS B AILMAX a candidate for inlet of Police of the dtf ftf Richmond subject to the action Of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce LBR O SHKAUBR a candidate for Jailer of Mad ton county subject to the action of the Republican party AFTER four days of awful battle both the Russian and Japanese armies are th iroughly exhausotd Slowly and painfully the entire Russian forces are retreating upon Mukden Fighting has practically ceased since Saturdays victory and Gon Kuro patkin has abandoned his idea of effecting rally on the north side of the Hun river His main object now is to roach Mukdon sufficiently quick ly to leave the Japanese outside the gates Both armies are ready to collapse after the hart four days fight without rest without proper provis ions and almost entirely without sloep It is estimated that the Russians lost at least 30000 Oyama in his report from Tokio said We have inflicted heavy losses captured ever thirty guns and hundreds of prisoners defeated the enemys place converting his offensive opera tions into a radical failure The enemys dead are every where in the field and indeed are too numerous tor their number to be even estimated Ve have already buried easily two thousand dead Russians and still ijroat numbers are lying on the field of battle IT would be a heart warming thing to see the Democrats roll up a majority of 50000 in Kentucky but it isjust as well to be prepared for from 25 000 to 80000 and tto way to insure that is to got out and work without ceasing The other fellow is not blowing much but he is organizing in very precinct attendingsecret meetings canvassing the doubtful vote and in every other way giving help to his party It is better to be sure than sorry THE free silver men in Kentucky stood tho brunt of the campaign of 1896 and 1900 and again theyare leading the battle for Democracy Those who expect them to bolt or remain away from the polls are nursing a forlorn nope They will answer that slander in November in unmis takable terms SPEAK oftly and carry a big stick is Roosevelts motto The majority of the voters of this country are carrying a big stick all right and when they apply it Teddy will not be any pwttier than he is now but ho will know more SOME one has suggested that Roosevelt hurry up with that Thanks giving proolamation Tho idea is that if ho waits much longer ho will bo so blue that he will not care to be thankful STATE OF IOLEDO581uCAS FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partnor of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be 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 D 1886 r X A W GLEASON l SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrb Cure is taken internally arid acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free P1 CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists cCHalls Family Pills arc IT iall well enough to talk about 50000 Democratic majority when one wants to make opposition feel un happy but as a practicalscheme to insure a very large vote it will not di at all While every indication gives assurance of a glorious victory for Parker and Davis in this State there is no way of estimating the ma jorityThe lines are differently drawn in National contest ManV men who would be influenced br local conditions or personal preference to vote for a particular man or partyarc very loyal to their national ticket This fact makes figuringon the number of votes Roosevelt will be beaten in Kentucky trifle uncertain That he will be defeated by at least 25000 is positive but there is no greater mistake made than to take things for granted in a political battle The sure way to make the majority 50000 is to get out and work as if there was a chance for us to lose the State UNDER Republican rule wages have decreased fully 10 per cent while the cost of living has materially in creased The full dinner pail which hid such yoeman service for McKinley has been retired from active service The working man can nfi longer be deceived by this cheap de vice IN many cities the White Republi cans have taken charge of the certifi cates of registration belonging to tho negroes It will bo tragic if tb4 coloredman and brother in NovenH ber demand the market price for these valuable pieces of paper befor he will consent to vote I KENTUCKY Dexocrats were never more united or more confident The questions that split them into factions have been settled forever For Rubber Stamps call at this office Public Sale I will sell privately my farm 4 miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike known as the Jas Farley place containing 245 acres with nice barnsJoodfencingwater This is one of the best farms in Madison countyand will produce corn hemp and tobacco The farm has been in bluegrass for 16 years Price 50 per acre J W Masters 21septtf Richmond Ky Public Renting Moran Farm on Silver Creek Madison county Ky Thursday Nov 10 at 10 oclock a m on the premises No J6S758 Tlcrcs on the north side of Silver Creek at the junction of the Richmond Lancast r gIncorngrassTwostoryhouses barns orchard two cisterns and all necessary outbuildings kits c No 210 1U Acres Korans mill property including reel dence barn etc and water mill Can attach steamNo llcres South aisle of Silver Creek at junction of Lancaster and Berea pike Blegrass sod To be leased for three 100 acres to go in hemp for two yeArs ginBluegrass Lessee to fence cultivated land we furnish post timber No JU5 acres South side of Silver Creole and eat of railroad in grass The whole farm Is under flretdass fence Abundance of running wdiac and ponds Lessee to rive notes wit approved security payable at end hi year Possession given January 1095 For further information apply to MRS JENNIE B MORAN V Silver Creek Ky W RShackejordAKt hmondKy 0 Now is the Time Parker says to Guard Ideas That Are Stronger Than theArmy and Navy and Which Are the Corner Stone of Our Government History teaches that from Republicanism to imperial ism the movement is gradual and unperceivedof the Its ominous progress when discovered leaves open butttwo courses submission or resort to violence That our people may never be compelled to choose be tween these fearful alternativesshould be our prayer But we should work as well as pray And our work should be to guard the foundation on which our Government rests Its basis is that of declared ideas ideas that are stronger than battleships and and armiesideas which for more than a century have stimulated our development and which have given promise that our world mission shall not be to seize the territory of distant peoples and rule them with a scepter of iron but to establish truth honor justice and peace among the nations We must choose whether within our border the basis of Government shall continue to be this idealism or a mate rialism which is the sure precursor of dissolution for no nation can endure upon a basis of materialism however splen did Prudence requires that hoice be made in time The time is nowFrom Judge Parkers First campaign Speech PERSONAL- Dr H R Gibson is at the Worlds FairMr J W Arnold was in Cincinnati Sunday Mayor D R Tevis is at home from St LouisMr Reeves was in Cincin nati Sunday Mrs M C Kellogg has returned from Lexington Miss Maude Martin has been visiting in Lexington Judge A R Burnam of Frankfort was here last week Mrs J W Crates is quite ill at her home on Ffth street Miss Sue S rivner has returned from the Worlds Fair Messrs H H and Charlie Frasa spent Sunday in Cincinnati Mr Charles Hanson of Ford was here a short while Monday Hon John D White of Manches ter was here last Friday Mr Overton Evans of Brush Creek was here Saturday and Sunday Dr David Bennett of Lexington is with relatives in this city Mr and Mrs Levi SEMfijiare vis relatiV s at Ciab Orchard Zng and Mrs C S Holton have rc from the Worlds Fair mrs A nice is at home from a visit to her mother In Lancaster Messrs Jack Wagers and H O Finch spent Sunday in Lexington Miss Sallie Adams of Lancaster is visiting her sister Miss Callie Adams Miss Anna Bronaugh of Crab Or har hasbee VIS I 109rlenf Capt and Mrs W T Short bav been spending a week at the Worloy Fair Miss Kate Turpin has been visit ng her sister Mrs W S Williams in Paris I Mr Isaac Engle of Lexington nas been visiting his parents here for sev eral days Mr Roscoe Reeves of Rlchmonu spent Sunday in Ford Winchester SunSentinel Mrs John W Arnold has been vis iting her mother Mrs Henry Jones in Mt Sterling Mr Panl Burnam of Frankfort who attends school here visited his parents last week Mr S R Hughes of Frankfort an old C U boy has been a guest of wends here this wee Isses osa Moberly and Bessie Tribble and Mr Edwin Stockton have returned from St Louis Mrs Mary Dodge Maddox will leave next week for Dalton Georgia where she will spend tho winter Y Mrs Harry MTanleso- n William Watts are at home from n visit tn rmr nurents at Chilcsbu Mr Burto jimo visited his brother Dr Chris Farris Saturdayand SundayCcntral Record Miss Freda DeVere has returned to her home at Newport after a delght ful visit to her aunj Mrs Jerre PowersMrs Nannie D Feland is at home from Stanford where she spent a few days with the family of Mr A M FelandMr Burrell Million formerly an attache of this office has returned to Jellico after a short visit to his pat ents here Mrs W S Oldham of Lexington has beenSpending few days with her sister Mrs G G Prewitt on Third street Mrs Joseph Chenault of Richmond is the guest of Mr and Mrs 0 D Chenault on North Limestone Lex ington Leader Mr and Mrs T L Todd have re turned to their home in Winchester after a weeks visit to Mr George B Todd neat Speedwell Mr and Mrs E H Beasley and little daughter Josephine of Stan ford were guests last week of Mr ndM Mr Alex Denny will entertain with a box ball party tonight in honor of Miss Mattie Smith of Columbia foen couples will be Dresent Mrs Robert Mitchell nee Glllen left Monday for Denver Colorado whore she will join her husband They will reside in Denver in the fu ture Mr J J Greonlea with a delightful supper at Joos last Wednesday evening Miss Mattie Smith of Columbia Mo was guc Miss Ha at tending Hamilton College at Lexing ton has been spending a few days with her mother Mrs Cynthia Karr near town ISS Gladys Perry t e attract ve danghter of Dr H L Perry came over from CampbellHagernian Col lege Lexington to spend a few days arltti bpr parents Thsmornlng ton oclock Mrs At Clark Xellogg will entertain with a AyersDo short hair Of course you dont Do you like thick heavy smooth hair Of course you do Then why Hair Vigor not be pleased Ayers Hair Vigor makes beautiful heads of hair thats the whole story Sold for 60 years lonetime attheDB J W TATCM Madlll lad 1 coAllWeak Hair a card party in honor of Miss Mattie Smith who is the charming guest of her cousin Miss Kate Smith on the CampusMrs Mary E Cobb and daughter Mrs Hatcher togetherwith her hus band and two children have returned to their borne at Chcnute Kansas ajlef a visit to friends and relatives m and around Richmond Miss Bottle Weathers of Lexington who often visits her sister Mrs Dud ley Tribbln here came near meeting with a serious accident several days ago While driving with a party of friends the horse took fright at an automobile and ran throwing the oc cupants of the trap to the ground ku eajuMr Green Igo entertaine few ol is friends at dinner last Saturdajsat his handsome country home MrV and Cy Fox and Dr and Mrs G G Perrywere chaperones and besides these the following couples partook of the hospitality of their genial host and likewise enjoyed an elegant menu Mr George Phelps and Miss Sallie White Mr JepthaChenaultand Miss Florrie Chenaiilt Mr James Tribble and Miss Bettie Taylor Mr Caswell Tribble and Mss Mrttie Smith of Columbia Mo andBIri lonis NealflnnrrMissKatefifflltir The Louisville Times says Ar rangements have been completed for the marriage of Miss Christine brad lefand r John South which will take place at 9 oclock on the evening of November 2 It will be one of the tost brilliant of the fall weddings- dd will be celebrated at the home 01 the brides parents exGov and Mrs w O Bradley on Fourth avenue Mrs William Simpson Elkin tof Geor gia an aunt of the bride will be the matron of honor The bridesmaids will be Misses Tevis Carpenter of Stanford Margaret Tomlinson of Liancaster and Belle Smith of Frank fort Mr Polk Laffon of Frankfort Will be the best man The ceremony will be performed by the Rev J Mc Clusky Blayney of Frankfort a relative of Dr South One of the lovliest of the fall func tions was the afternoon reception on last Thursday when Mrs Thomas Thorpe entertained in honor of Mesdames T E and Nannie Arnold who will spend the winter in Florida The house was lavishly decorated autumn flowers and potted plants and foliage The dinning room was dark ened and lighted with many shaded candles Long streamers of tulle and smilax reached from the chandelier to the four table corners and a delicious menu of substantals and ices was beautifullyserved A feature of the afternoon was a musical contest which proved very enjoyable Each guest was given a slip of paper con taming questions relative to well questioni softly that piece of music which was answer to the question and the guests recognizing same wrote the name enjoyedMrs I her reception was a lovely affair in its every detail Coach Excursions viryExcepting TO St Louisvia OSWWorlds Fair Route 18 ROUND TRIP from Cincinnati Ohio 1 Good on all Trains Return Limit 7 days Askyour local agent for tine of trainSjllustrated WOrlds Fair folder house guide and Worlds Fair ground plan folder tfr ad dreed o P MCCARTY o P A CinciunatiliOhio j r h taissioiers Sds J W Murrays Assignee Puff X against Jas T Murray tc Dft Notice of Sale In Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of hale of the Madison Circuit court rendered at the October term thereoi 1904 in the above style cause the un N Ileftli ned will o- nThursday Nov 804 ibetween the bouts of 10 oclock a II jMadisonpose to public sate to the highest and lest bidder the following described jproperty viz j A Certain Tract of Land nd the appurtenances thereon in 1 ladison county Ky on the waters f iaint Lick creek bounded on the north J bv James T Murray on the south by George Fullins on the east l y Hurry N Tribble and on the west by Jau es T 3 Murray and bein a portion of the Inud- lOuvpvetilr J L McCarley by Alvah Inllina 8r and by said McCarley to J S W Murray and being about six acre more or less Said land will be told us a who e toFatisfv the debt of S E Scot of 3i305 stud his cost and the re mainder to be held for the further orders of the Court TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six mouths The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of tho purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal in terest from day of sale with a Lieu reserved upon aid property until all the purchase money is paid Purchaser will be given possession of said prop 3withS H THORPE 11 C M C 0 Commissioners Sale D S lImber Sc Plff against B M Igo c 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 19J4 in the above style cause the UI Oersigned will o- nSaturday Nov 5t 04 between the hours of 10 oclock a m an 11 oclock a m on the premises in Richmond Madison county Ky pro ctted to expose lo public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain House and Lot of Ground described as Lot No4 lllock H in Powells Addition to tlll city of Richmond Ky and is located on the south side of Broadway street Said lot fronts sixty 00 ieet on Broadway and runs back an equal width throuZtiout about one hundred and alleyPlotf Richmond ICy is made a part of this deciiptioiispay the debts of Nancy Ann Harber deceased First a kin debt of Henley Haden of S2GOO and interest and any other debts against said estate ntis ill a splendid residence property residnceIwith good improvements TEKMSSale will be made on n credit of six mouths The parchasnr will be required to give bond with ape proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal InIterest from day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paidIPossession of property will be given purchaser on January 1 1005 on com pllance with terms of sale 8HTHORPEMCM C CI ommiuion ra hie H Hurleys Heirs Plfls against W H Hurleys Heirs Dig Notice of Sale iu Equity Bv virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Conrt rendered at the October term tlieieof 1904 in the above style cause the nn designed will on Monday Nov 7 04 about the hour of 11 oclock a m at the Court House dotr in Richmond Madison county Ky being November county court lay proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described proper iv viz A Tract of Land containing hiS acres situated in Mmli twin county Ky on Owsleys Fork ol Red Lick creek and adjoining the land of Cal East John F White James Kenge Joe Lewis and t1 e Mallnn Springs property as shown b plat an survey filed herein hv S ParrishImr vex or on June 20 1904 Or a sufficient quantity thereof to be laiiloff on that part ing the Jaw ItanSTH land to produre the sum of 317 57 the amonii of money order ed to he made ana iiu costs hereof TERMS Sale will bo made on a credit of six months The purchaser will he required to give bond with ap proved 8 cintv for the payment of the nnrchacw money to have the force legaliuterellt1lien reserved upon sail propeity until purchase money is paid S E SCOTT Special Commissioner SI C C Cosattners Sale G W Evans c PIli against Orra C Hart Kingwell Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By rime ora Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1004 in the above style cause the un deisigned will o- nSaturday Oct 29 04 between the hours of 10 oclock a in and II oclock a Hz on the premises in Ridhmond Madison county Ty pro ceed to expose to public sale to the hughes and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain House and Lot ot Ground ocated in Richmond Ky on the corner of Aepin Avenue and North Street facing on said Avenue 50 feet and running back 90 feet being a lot 50 feet more or less in width and 90 fet moro or lets In depth and being on the west aide of said avenue and the south side of North street To produce the sum of 120550 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereof TERISSale will be male on a credit ot six and 11 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security tor the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of salewth a Lien re Served upon said property until all the purchase money is paid- S H THORPE M C M C C Stnyed ot Stolen From the Madison County Stock Yards on County Court day October 3 a brown saddle horse about 151 hands high with small white spots on backbone and small knot on left hind leg just above ankle For return or in for matlon leading to recovery of horse will pay a reward of do P B Broaddus Richmond Ky iI Meredith Fox 26ct3t Ruckerville Clark Co KTy iflc t3t 0 r i 4 it see us 1I 1y 71 PRICE HOUSE 71 ffiffi F71 71 Fffi 71 I7171 F Notice- To the legal refers of Kirkmlle Magitlerial- Disti ict of Madison courtly police is hereby given that a petition signed by more than twenty voters of the Kirksvillo Magisterial District of Madison county Ky has beeq filed in the County Court of Madison county asking 4 submission of the question whether cattle or any species thereof hall be permitted to run at large ail district and the County Court of said county has asked to direct the officers oi the election of said district to open a poll at the next regular election to be held in said district in November 1004 for the purpose ascertaining the will of the voters of said district upon the said question whether or not they shall permit cattle or any species thereof to run at large in said district and notice is hereby given that polls in said district will be onpn upon said general day to take the vote upon the said question Polls will be Human Crutcher and Tevis precincts Nathaniel Cotton Etc On petition in County ourt It is ordered that the foregoing notice be published in at least four issues of the Richmond Climax twenty days October term Madison County Court October 3 1904 5oct4t N B TURPiN J M C fd The Finest and Largest Yielding Varieties rom Crops 1o 35 to 40 Bushels Per Acre I2 Our stocks are complete In both standard sorts besides new yarle Sties of superior merit all carefully and of fluent quality Our Fall Catalogue gives information of Seed Wheat Winter Turf Oats Rape 1000 Headed Kale Barley Rye Alfalfa Crass and Clover Seeds Vegetable Seeds etc Mailed Free Write todir lor Catalog He 55 The finest quality Seeds arc always sold under our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOWSVLir KT L A Uncle Sam has bought of JT Coy 7000 feet of to be put around Lock No J I satisfy of Madison county jf Callon J T Coy for fence He has a full supply on hand at all times Which is the Cheapest I valuablesworthanywhere deprive you may of between 10 I and 10000 One years rent of a Safe De State Bank l H Ic a v Ij r + in the big cities are very good ju3ges of values Ninety per cent of them wear clothes made to their inPh dlvldunlIneasure 1 In London Paris and Berlinleeven the cheapest paid clerk has Iris clothes made to measure L 1 There is only clothing store of any consequence on State Street in Chicago and wouldnt be there if it depended upon the city trade Good dressers nowadays have their clothes made for them In so doing they do not have to confine their choice Iof cloth to a few patterns neither du they have to wear a style of garment that may not exactly please them in order to get a fit r I 1Think over and then come in and Ir z Yours truly Rice audi Arnoldm THE ONE tYj election NovemIber recleaned FENCE enoughforthe people lk fireorI costsI 1TrustCo 41Hp- EoLE one that 2rA Full Hod a Light Load t- It will cost you less to I heat your house with Genuine Gas House Coke I than with hard coalj Gas Coke is lighter j1 cleaner cheaper and in every way more sat I isfactory than coal c Six Things in Favor of Genuine Gas House Coke V I 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 ttI 5 Makes no smoke A 6 It saves the almighty Dollar 1 Richmond r Water and Light Company rcL HERE AGAIN Ready to serve your wants in anything desired in the Butcher Business My constant endeavor has always been to please my patrons and to do this I slaughter only the best Cattle Sheep and Hoes that can be procured My stock ol Cured meatsis purchased with the greatest care and has always pfivn perfect satisfaction It is yet some weeks until hog killing but desire now to state that I have every facility for thi work and will appreciate any business in this line I carry in season VEGETABLES FISH AND OYSTERS as well as all kinds of Produce Give me a trial order anti will prove my sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably j John AllrnanMain StreetMcKee corner Telephone J13 How To Keep Warml Is one of the questions that will soon confront our people as fall weather is upon us The surest way to keep a com fortable house is to purchase one of the celebrated heaters from cIA TAYLOR whose superb line of Stoves and Heaters is uneqnaed by any house in Central Kentucky You will find there also a complete stock of Farming Utensils Guttering and other articles that should be round in a firstclass hardware store Also sole agents for the Old Hickory Wagons Bonqjiet FoUr rasa Bros Rogef Williams arsFrllSl Tires ForSjjle March ln ilrose hush and two Oleanders Call at this office Bofoi purchasing fertilizer go to Covitigto9Arnold Bro and get prices on Homestead Fer tilizer th best that iij made 12oct3t or Cllt Four ele nt office rooms either single or eti sui John G Taylor 8oa iftmvlr vjalepharie 292 i I I 1 Public bale r I will offer at public sale on the r premises t mile from Round Hill Madison county on Saturday Oct 22 at 10 oclock the following propertv My farm containing 17 acref all in grass on whiciuhere isagood residence good barn two wells and spring Terms made known oh day of Bale CO H BAKER Kirksville ivy Seed Tefct SaL Emhrv ArbuekleRfchmond Ky Phone 27a V T tf it i IiiAn Opportunity- t In order to reduce our stock we will until anythinginour 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they ate all gone eet Qarva e ors RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bro MAIN HTilEBT PHONE 18- 1FRESII Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 19 1904 Corbin Ky is to have a new bank with II capital stock of 25000 A E Smiths celebrated Kanawha Salt is soul only by L R Blanton tf Dont forget Covington Arnold Bro sell the old reliable Homestead Fertiliser12oct3t The Parker and Davis Demooratic Club meets at the court house every Saturday evening at 8 oclock Examine our elegant display of Carriage Buggies etc before making a purchase We are telling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L r1idkiff Prop At Lexington the grand jury exon erated James Mulligan in the Mulligan poison mystery and holds Louis Mitchell the negro servant alone re npoiisibte for the attempt to kill tIe family of Judge J H Mulligan JM J Mulligan charged by the negro Louis Mitchell with conspiring to poison the family of Judge J H Mulligan life father has employed a Chicago detective to go to Lexington to Mrift in unraveling tile mystery Thedrouth in this section continues All nature is suffering for want of wa ter The dust in town and out in the county is fierce A good rain will be welcomed by farmers stockmen find town people alike- Whenever you meet wi h one ol those self eeuct il d fellows who thinks himselfnore righteous than thou and who does not concede to every man the right to think and act for himself wash him The world applauds the man who Is brave enough to think and act Independently of others but has a contempt for hum who IS always sus picion of his fellow man in order to Clam oat his own ideas Fertilizer The old reliable Homestead Fertilizer for ode by Oovington Arnold Bro 1tuetlt For Sale My hottxe located on West Main street containing seven rooms and four Mrefi of html Apply to 12oet tf a H Picg Agents Wanted To ill IwbriiHtinc oils and paints We prysalery or commission Ad- dresThe Harvey Oil Co Cleveland Ohio tor Sale kneel Plymoth Rock Chickens in quantities to suit the purchaser For prices call ou or addressMrs F Arhuckle 5oct2ai Sliver Creek Ky t Something to e 3 t t FrOQ When you i have nice- Clothes why ruin the effect witH inferior 1 Laundry ftr Have your Shirts Collars and Culls lanndried by the Laundry in Ky The M N Laundry Z T RICE Agt PhonegweekMondaysThursdays and Saturdays i Farm ot 325 Acres tor Rent 70 acres good corn land 75 to 150 acres meadow balance in srnss This plAce is well watered For further par ticulars call at this office tf Liberty Belles One ol the best attractions that will be seen at the Lexington Opera House this season will be Liberty Belles whichwill be presented on next Saturday matinee and night The cast numbers over forty and is a frolic from start to finish This promises to be a rare treat for theatre goers and all should avail themselves of the oppor tunity to see it Whatll L The Lebanon Enterprise should offer a prize for the man who believes this storyMr George Bricken had an acrf of corn this year that yielded 100 bushels Some stalks produced as many as four ears of corn a few having as many as six and one showing up as many as twelve prospective ears This corn was planted early and is the product of several years careful selection of seed Hon J A Sullivan to be Memorial Orator Bro J A Sullivan of Richmond Ky is to be memorial orator for Louis ville Lodge the coming first Sunday in December Bro Sullivan Is one of the brightest minds of the Order and his address is certain to prove an intellect ual repast Bro R W Brown of No 8 will speak this year in Philadelphia while Bro James J Fitzgerald will go to New York The dead of Louisville outnumbered that ol any other lodge of the Order last year Kentucky Elk Cancerous Tongues At the hand of a thief or a murderer few of us in life suffer even indirectly But from the careless tongue of a friend or the cruel tongue of an enemy we suffer most No human being can live a life so pure so true so fair as to hA beyond the reach of malice or im mune from The poisonous emanations of envy The insidious attack against ones reputation the loathsome innuen- does slurs half lies by which jealous mediocrity seeks to ruin its superiors are like those insect parasites that kill the heart and life of a mighty oak So cowardly is the method so stealthy the shooting of a poisoned thorn so insignificant the seperate acts in their seeming that one is not on guard against them It is easier to dodge an elephant than a microbe MATRIMONIAL1VzLsoxMcHoNEpIrWm and Miss Lilly McHone were married Monday at the residence of the brides parents at Big Hill- WIITnBCRNELLMr Joseph White and Mies Mary Burnell were united in marriage Wednesday at the brides home at Silver Creek- McWiwzursPARnlsiiMr John Mc Wiriiams and Miss Mary Thomas Par rlsli were married last Wednesday morning at 5 oclock at the brides home rhe young couple left Immediately for a trip tothe Worlds Fair The bride is daughter of Mr John W Parrlsh J EA T Wn is always an interesting subjectespecially When J- J AinJ t Green Vegetables all kinds of C Canned Goods1 Fruits Candies H in fact every tiling that can ije found in a first class grocery We call speciabattention to our line yof SEEDS We handle all kinds of J FIELDAND I GARDEN 2SEEDSGIVE US A CALL W Harbor tjiply w A Successors toE Deatherage Co d 1 r jL a M KlNETTEr COATS = II to 1 never any so stone of the and best all 3r and full new free if rip for all wear in run 3 4 as low as in 150 Another Chance to The question has one who failed to resister on October 2 have an opportunity to ister thereafter If a person who rejI absent from his place of reason of sickness of himself or sick ness in his family or was otherwise necessarily absent he will be permitted to register on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday the November election Wilton Jellico Coal sold only by L R Blanton Phone 85 tf The Democratic Club We desire to call attention to the meetings of the Parker and Davis Club which are held every Saturday night at the court house The Club now numbers over four hundred members and great interest is being manifested Speeches in behalf of made at these meetings by some ot our best known orators Let every Demo crat attend these meeting and thus help to whoop things for Parker and Davis r6 t188 Main Street G Buying tattle- Mr J W Bales of Richmond has been in the county for the past week buying export cattle for the firm of S S Co of Baltimore Mr Bales is a member of this company He secured a bunch of 92 from Lanier Bros at S512J per cwt from Mr Tom Gentry 72 at a5 and T D English 18 at j These cattle are about the best lot that ever left the county and repre sent a sum of about 15000 Danville Advocate 15000 For Beru A Hartford Conn dispatch says Berea College In Kentucky is to receive 15000 by the terms of the willof Miss Mary A Terry of this city who died in Venice recently Equal sums to the Syrian College at Beirut Syria and to Trinity College In each instance the income is to be used for educational purposes These bequests are in addition to the S300000 left to Hartford hospital previously an nounced Died in Lexington George W Adams aged S3 years a prominent citizen of Richmond Ky died suddenly at 8M5 oclock Saturday night at the icmdence of Mrs Mary E Woolfolk at 716 Maxwell street For some time Mr Adams has been suffer ing with organic Acting upon the advice of his became here for treatment day before yesterdayHe the trip well and reached here ii fine shape and his relatives here were inucIT Saturday night at 8 oclock he was taken much worse In half an hour it became evi dent that the end was ntar and his relatives were gathered at his bedside He Is a nephew of Mr Woolfolk His body will be taken to Richmond for interment on the C 0 passenger train which leaves here at 1120 this morning The funeral wilt take place in Richmond Lexington Democrat Deceased formerly lived in this city but of late has resided in the lower end of the county His remains were in terred hers Monday Jit noon =Rubber stamps ink pads detersI etoseo Gordon d Reid Climax office 0 Jailer issue will be found arnouncement of Mr Lee 0 Shearer for Jailer of Madison cointy subject to the action of the Republican party Mr Shearer is well known hre and in the county and has al ways proven himself true to his con victions and if elected promises to carry out the tallest details of the office He earnestly solicits the support of his friends and fellow nnonnces For Reelection aptain James H Allman announces himself a candidate for re election to the important office of Chief Of Police His past services in this capacityspeaK for themselves lie has at all times been faithful and fearless and has exerted his utmost efforts in behalf ol justice and peace in our community Captain Allmai is a staunch Democrat and solicits the support of that farty and his friends I desire to sell privately my house and lot on High street Residence new with modern improvements 7 lm Mrs Clnd3 Karr Hy J J West 9 physicians encouraged Republicans I desire to say to the people of Madison county that I have sold my saloon on First Street to Broneton Brothers with whom I am not connected in any way I have opened a saloon on the same street just below Mike Enrights old stand and I am now ready to ac commodate mv customers Please call and see me Respt ljan05 W M lmtE lORE Jake Collins Remarkable Election Prediction Two months or more before the re cent Democratic primary Mr J S Collins predicted the election of the follow ing candidates and the list was copied down on the spot by Mr KTntt Burnam who says Jake had just arrived from Ohio to take part in the tilbert Helm race for the nomination for Congress early in June At that time there were about sixty or seventy candidates for the eight county OfllCfSI and you can see that it takes a dms- mart man to pick eight winners from such a bunch Well Jake said It you always have an opinion and an idea worth quoting suppose you tell meI who you think the Democrats will nom inate this time And Jake promptly called otf the following with this remark Now Tutt I am giving you the names of those I think will win regardless of my preferences in the various races so here goes County Judge Turpin Sheriff Broaddns County At torney Crdoke County Clerk Cobb Assessor Wagers School Superintend ent Noland Jailer Bob Terrili Mr Burnam put that list in his pocket ocd fully a week before the primary he recalled his conversation with Mr Collins and ina crowd of friends he produced the list and the CUMAX then and there took down the list as above printed with a view ot compadnKit with therfinal resultof the campaign thas had been fought out clear from start to finish And imag ine the result Jake had picked every winner except onevTerrlll mhll in second to Buck Johnson for Jailer It should ba stated that no prediction was made in the Coroners race which was won by who entered the race after the above WAS made but is it not remarkable Think of a plctlng eight winners from Ii tub full of starters with all sorts of con agencies to take into consideration If this story is not credited ask Tutt Burnam and may enter scbfllng you will return believing l t ct v ovnccar t And Here is Overcoat fhaveor hine Coats made of treated so that it turns water t theres no rubber nor odor of anY a j All our finer grades are carefully handmade and your custom tailor cannot better the fit style or Sir t elegance at double our prices w- It will do you good to see our Overcoats come and look though our great range of styles patterns Land prices 5 6 84 10 1250 20 2250 25j Keystone Corduroy Pants jg Guaranteed Not Rip Weve found other Corduroys quite goodas Key Made toughest English Corduroy seams sewedwith double lockstitch guaranteeda pair jjf they Best pants made round and cheapest the sf long 350 it Other Corduroys 150 andsome wonderfulvalues Cassimere Pants at RegisterI preceding Democracyare hearttrouble IFor Richmond Green Houses Telehone flTale prediction Right Place clothchemically kindlust 15 18 Old Ridmbnd People It is always pleasant to hear news from former Richmond citizens and friends who move to other places This stands true of Mr D P Armer amid wife who left here some time ago and settled in Richmond Ind It seems strange to think of Plummer at any trade but that of Jeweler but nevertheless he has come forth as a fuli fledged restanranteur The firm is known as Carter Anner We might say here that Mr Carter while not a Richmond man married a Richmond girl Miss Ellen Mershon sister of our townsman J A Mershon This firms motto is We never sleepopen day and night They are running a firstclass restaur ant serving meals at all hours with special Sunday dinners etc The CLIMAX only voices the sentiment of hosts of friends in extending best wishes to Messrs Carter Armer in their new undertaking YA Deserted Compliment Miss Peppard the highly accom plished teacher of Art in Madison Institute received recently the folllowing letter concerning some miniature work This kind of work is the roost difficult that artists have to do and very few art teacher even profess to do it My Dear Miss Peppard Upon re flection and close acquaintance with the miniatures I have decided that anj change at all might be detrimental to the very excellent likeness you have succeeded in making so I enclose check for the amount in full with my very sincere thanks for your beautiful work The two are most artistic in ev ery detail The backgrounds are lovely and really I do not believe they could be improved I am particularly pleased with the babys likeness to his which you have emphasized in miniature I shall give myself the pleasure of calling on you at an early date and in the meantime believe me Very cordially yours MINERVA PHELPS RUSSKLL A Qtlzen of Maine Attends Colored Church and L am Something- A prominent capitalist of Portland Maine was the guest of friends here some weeks ago and on Sunday ex pres ed a desire to attend some colored church out of pure curiosity as he ad mitted that a colored man was practic ally a museum freak to him so rare are they in the Now England States particularly in Maine Accordingly with some gentlemen he repaired to one of the several colored churches that dot Burnams Hill and there the party remained throughout the services the Maine man constantly filled with wonder and astonishment what he termed the extraordinary proceedings He had never heardor seen anything like it There was noth ing unusual going on simply a well conducted service but the fervent audible amens hallelujahs etc quite took the visitors breath and he came back to town with an amended idea of the colored race in the South He perceived be said why the South should be let alone in its solution of the race question Tho North did not un derstand the Negro bad only a theoret ical notion of his actual status and needs and if placed in the position other southern brethren in its solution would not welcome interference in its settlement He saw that the races got along amicably together that the whites practically educate the blacks by submitting to taxation to raise the lower race to a higher plane of citizen ship but that with all this the race In its perfect enjoyment of religious freedom showed no indecours behavior over its anteslavery days A Splitting Backache Pains in the back or loins are the commonest symptoms of kidney trouble These pains are mostly caused by over work overexertion and worriment Men and women alike are subjected to these pains but relief lb quickly found in the use of DeB llis Kidney Pills Every box warranted Price 25 and 50c For sale by B oct e L BIRTHS WHITE Mr and Mrs Robert C White of Winchester are receiving congratulations over the birth of a son Mr White formerly resided at Fox town this county- SnEPnxanMr and Mrs George W Shepherd of Kirksville are happy over the arrival pf a daughter on the lint The little stranger has been christened Johnnie Francis GALDRAITH News reached here last week of the birth of a lovely little daughter to Mr and Mrs Edwin F Galbraith of Jacksonville III Mrs Galbraith was before her marriage Miss Erie Chenault of this city and has many friends who extend best wishes for the health and welfare of this their first born DEATHS HOWARD Mrs Lou Howard wife of Dan Howard died Saturday morning at her home on Second avenue ol fever Deceased was a daughter of Alfred Todd of Madison county and a good woman The remains were inter red at hr old home Sunday WiucJjfisJ t Sun Senlinel 7T- TKRRiLLMr Dan M Terrill died fast Tuesday at his home near King ston after an illness of several months duration His funeral was preached Thursday after which his remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery Deceased who was about 05 years old was one of our countys best known and most prosperous farmers He is survived by a large family who have the sympathy of all in their loss ToDDThe silver cord of a bright and beautiful life was broken in twain when Mrs George B Todd sank into lier last long sleep Tuesday afternoon attwo oclock For five long weeks she had suffered from blood poison snd everything known to medical skill sod all that loving hands could do were in vain and death came to her peacefully while she was surrounded by her family and loved ones Deceas ed was 65 years old and before her marriage was Miss Bettie Hall Early in young womanhood she became the wife of Mr George B Todd one of our countys most prosperous and influen tial larmera This union was blessed with three children all living Mrs Jennie Grider and Miss Mary Todd both residufg at home and Mr T L Todd of Winchester and never were children more devoted to a mother or mother more devoted to her children Her death is the first to invade the happy family For over forty years Mrs Todd had been a consistent member of the Christian church and her every day life bore witness that she walked with God Ready at all times to aid a needing one to adaiister to the sick to do an act of kindness whatsoever it might have been and above all she was as has been said Gods noblest work a womanly woman She was a true wife and lov jug mother and her loss to her family in a heavy one Still to to the heartbroken husbanq whose grief is well nigh unbearable and to the children who are better for having had such a good mother to guide and direct them we would say that God in His infinite wisdom doeth all things for the best Elder J W Harding in tender and sympathetic words preached the fa neral Wednesday at the home near Speedwell after which her remains w ere brought to this city forinterment The sympathy of a large Circle of friends goes out to the bereaved faulty Mrs Todd was an aunt of Mrs R L Gentry of this city Cart o Thanks Mr George B Todd and family wish to express their most earnest and heartfelt thanks to their many friends and neighbors for their loving and kind assistance during the illness and death of their belovedjwife and mother f Boots and Shoes d Soon as it rains and the old shoes spring a leak youll be looking out for the best place to fit your feet up for therHANANS FLORSHEIM WALKOVER tAND FINE DRESS SHOEStanda treat assortment of heavy High Cut Shoes at 150 to 4 V Bootees and Lace Boots at 3 50 to 5 Rubber Boots Felt Boots Calf Boots Stoga Boots and Overshoesthe largest and most complete stock v of mens and boys footwear in Madison county and well save youir i GOVINGTON AND BANKSmttt I Ckinds fmq LMJcTdUo OTHER MOBERLY Crops excellent but miserably dry at presentA deal of sickness in this neigh borhoodSupt Wm Wagers family are im proving slowly yet four are still con fined to their beds Moberly Tile an Manufacturing Co are putting in another kilu at this placeMisses Susie and Fannie Tate and J L Combs are at the St Louis Fair On account of the work going on at lock No 11 and the immense amount of merchandise coming to Moberly it has become the business mecca of Madison county Died at the home of her mother Mrs Noah H Tevis Sertember Mrs Cleopatra Miller of Huntsville Mo She was 38 years old and was married to Robert Miller in 1S92 and moved to Missouri in 1894 She came back to Kentucky just three weeks before her death She leaves a husband and two little girls besides a mother and fiya brothers She was a consistent member of the Christian church and loved by all Administrators Sale I will as Administrator of N H Tevis deceased sell at public sale on the premises on Saturday October 22 at 10 oclock no m the following property Two cows and calves 1 combined saddle horse 2 stacks hay 1200 bundles ot oats one2horse wagon 1 Doran harrow 1 rockaway SO barrels corn in field and 17 fattening hogs Terms made known on day of sale 12o t2t E R Teris Dont Blame the Cook Because your Meat is not Satisfactory Unless you are a customer of Douglas Cultons ifso its sure her fault for they have nothing but the best Our Live Stock and Cured Meats i 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 Hog Killing department is complete in every respect with new and modern machinery and we guarantee every can of lard and poundof sausage to be the best that skilled and competent butchers can produce Best Equipment Insures Uniform Service Respect- fullyDouglas Culton ITelephone 125 Main Street 1 JjgJ L J DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c I tli PMNL LA D t LANDL2 MAN and for him whos imrettjje is limited because he culti yates a highpriced fer tire vast tracts In The Great Southwest jf within stones throw of farms in ho highest state of cultivation J tJonetlnlhTerritoryOk1nbonitVery Low Round Trip Rates to any Southwestern point every Tuesday in Spt mbor and tho first ad third Tuesdays in October and November jG o H Lee Gen Pass Agt c Little Rock Ark lI H 1 MoGuire Dist Pass Agt- Cliwinnati Ohio I There is nothing like Good- oFLOURd Every housewife every cook knows that Good Bakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Floure Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of MadisonMADE BY T- HEEllistonI Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY tf C F r1 7IFI F 7Aiitumnstoks resplendent throughout ttie store and buying en I thuHJHsni much in evidence Silk drese goods ami fabrics in varieties ample ffifIWllfCh t4i satisfy the most fastidious sections keep fully abreast of the times The reputation ncqnired 6 for Bapremacy in these lines is splen didly maintained tlife season Aeeort ffiJHWMt6 are greater fabrics richer strles more faneineting than ever Lat us mutant to Pr4leCtiYe buyers that they I 1irit three stocks as soon as possible TIe visit will give them knowledge of fiw4iions best and of the vastness of 71the selections here made for choosing 7F White and Gibson 71- fL l 7Iffi EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mCOKFOUTBD Long distance lines and telephones or this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wo 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 facilities unsur passed IMEc E CADWEUL J W HUNTER JR It tfl In 0 r a f + I if Buy COAL Now Everything in the COAL situation points to higher pricos and it will pay you well to place your orders NOW either for temporary purposes or for the winter and while youre getting COAL you might as well order from the Beattyville ami thus avoid any uncertainty about Quality Quantity or Price The h Beattyville guarantees all three Beattyville Coal Co- D R Freeman Mgr I Tel 184 Yards Aspen ave I L w j qj 27272727777 7Z7i7 7Z7 CLOTHES2727Ziff7 THAT FITv That is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods J We can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock iscomplete We can furnish anything is gents furnishings Give us a call we can please you both with goods and pri- cesStouffer Mahler MERCHANT TAILORS riI 1 = T j t I Li I Spring is Comin1 That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of J ID6 1111 I B to freshen jup her home for summer Wehave everything and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most mass- iveBetkoom Suits DressingPnblesIron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy everythingComestreets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Fulland Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not W SOLDHAM- Kenlu Great Trots LEXINGTON STAlES OCT 414 100000 W 21000 FUTURITY TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 3000 CUP MONDAY OCTOBER 10 40 GREAT DACES FAMOUS Half on All PUBLIC SALE OF Valuable City and Per sonal PropertyON Saturday Oct 15 04 at 2 oclock p m The following property consisting of House Land and Personal Pr pert being the prem now occupied David R Freeman on Wet Main Street and the land in the rear of said premises to North Street The house and lot running back 210 feet will be sold first then the vacant property the property will then be offered a a whole the bid making the most motley will constitute a the same time and place the Household and Kitchen Furniture including several pieces of valuable antique furniture will be sold also one strictly good Milch Cow TERMS 10 per cent of the purchase price on the house and land to be paid immediately one third of the remainder with 0 per cent in terest within 20 days of sate the balance due in three years at 6 per cent the same to be secured by a note and a lieu upon property On Personal All sums of SW and nnder cash on sums over endorsed and approved notes will be taken at 6 per cent interest due in six monlh No personal property to e removed until settled for yFor further particulars Inquire of D R Freeman at his coal office on Aspen avenue Telephone 148 FANNIE F HAWES DAVID R FRt EM4N MARY R FREES IN OLD JOE WHIKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to he pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5II5 II LIjugs 250II 5 Ii U bottles 31 gallonOrders WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrajer novlyr Anderson connty Kv Wire fence I am agent for the celebraled LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will canon or address j DLONG ayll01lyr Richmon Ky For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson U Miss Laura a Bright Kidneys Cured Free For 30 days we are giving absolutely free a fullsize box of DeBells Kidney Pills to any sufferers It is an abso lute cure and wg want the world to know its wonderful results Delay may mean death Cut this out and mall to 0 W Beggs Sons Co Chicago III For sale by BL MiddeUon oct Commencing Sunday Sept 25th and continuing until November BOth special coach excursion tickets to St Louis will be sold Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday of each week at the rate of 9925 for the roundtrip J Wl Hamilton Agt Lost on rraln6triIa skirt to a wine j colored Mackintosh No 40 Leave at this office 2t PURSES Grand Concerls Dill 5000 TRANSYLVANIA THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 3000 MCDOWELL TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 GREATEST PROGRAMME- EVER OFFERED VXEOERS BAND Rates Railroads The M B Parrish School of Phon ograpbv Hobson Building Latest in struction Positions secured for pupils U itrayed Black sow white on forehead weigh t about 150 pounds came to my place about 4 week ago Owner can hay same by proving property and paying charges Pleas Benton 28sep4t Richmond 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 Canon or address R J McKee Public Sale of Land Bennettdeceased Thursday Oct 27 04 at 11 oclok a m on the premises sell to the highest bidder the Ove Big farm located on the Jacks Creek pike about 10 miles from Rich ViewValleyrailroad express and school facilities inJfrnBIIoutbuildings Thefirsteast side of the road and is without im provements The second tract of 151 acres is on the west side of the road mentionedchase money must be paid January 1 potseasionpayments in one and two years there fromJannaryon tub land for deferred payments uudel1ljnetiMorgan on the premiseR WALLER BENNETT td Admr for John Bennett rDiamonds c Watches I Clocks I c Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones fitof every description These are some of the things to be fonnd at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or cloct refuse to go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring toLanes thatVestabllshmit w c fixedill v L ELanetC Jeweler and Optician Through Tost SIc ph g Cars to uliforccu Til The Iron Mountain Route The true Southern Route Commencing Saturday September 17 and every Tuesday and Saturday there runthrouRbtouri TexarJqmaandRouti The excursions will be per VIIIbeuptodatereservations call on or address WalnutstreetClticlnnatJ o 1 STORKTIME to mostwomen is a term of anxiety serious thought and sweet anticipation With the cessation necessary to childbirth there comes calm nerve sleep andrecuperation MOTHERSFRIEND 9 does diminish the pain accompanyin maternity With its moth rs can and do bring healthysweet dispositioned and into worldoMorning sickness sore cruciating pains caused by the gradually expanding organs are penetrating and relaxing liniment- Among the to childbirth Mothers Friend has grownin popularity and gained aprestige among women as well as poor and welcomed in the mansion as well as in the cabin By lessening themothers a of mind and diminishing pain a beauillulmfiuenee is wrought upon the childand instead of youhavehealthybig a blessing ever to yon and its country- All DrngsUtisell Mothers Friend at turn Write for our tree Book MotherhoodTHE BBADFIELD REGULATOR Co Atlanta tea ++++CALL AT++4+ JONES MERSIIONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found pensedbydation Genuine Saratoia Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY DENTAL SURGERY tr OaVwAuvc t otosou nBNTlST OF LOCISVILLB Kr BuildingIchmSudnoTlTljr vM Blanton ccwOfflce iu Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 193 hMrsOsteopathic Physicians llobsoa Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy Thgrhe sale MrS S Carrier and son who conduct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having an immense fire sale ridiculouslylow9000 bushels of coal at 9 els per bushel A full line of groceries and other mer chandise all new and fresh coffee lOch per lb and up calico 5e work shins Inlpslrashcorn feed hay seeds and locust redpr oak and chestnut posts any length foi sale Also clothing tinware clocks lclerksoffer things at such low prices We pay cash for all kinds of Givens call 22June 6m TWO BLUE GRASS Farms for Sale following WSmithplace and containing about 270 acres This place is well fenced watered and hayingry outbuildings one large barn and several small ones large youn orchard cistern and everything that goes to acresIIIThe second known as the Crr place and adjoins tract No 1 and contains fencIngwatered 100 acres in cultivation and grassBoth are on turnpikes and are in onehalf tulle of house- and one and onehalf miles from church and postoflicG This is firstdass land in a rood community and is a money maker to the partlonlanaL P EVANS14sep9t Richmond Ky Elegant Home or Sale thehomoTevis deceased situated near the L KySaid5 J2 Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence repairgood everythingdesiring to examine the Lasnleasurcia 0H R TEVIS mvtfRICBMOND KY Tate Qtlu I desire to say to the peonlajof Madi son county that I have sold irly saloon fJrotbersijl8Y I have opened a salooil on the same street jnut below Mike Erjrightfl old stand and I nnw ready to aj comraodate mv c5SVjiers Please call Md egine Respt jaQ Wl C Z5N9lI= 1b i d 4 FLOWER CONTEST IN PARIS lOs Suggested DurthgXing Zdwag Visit Gives Sroilse of Setar a Success a A flowered window sill contest arranged by artists in Paris has been approved by the authorities Cablnetmln isters and the prefect of the seine department have given effectual support by each offering prizes to be awarded to the prettiest shows The Idea of the contest was first sug gested during King Edwards visit to Paris when on the occasion of the fetes a well known Paris and London dressmaker created a sensation by decorating the entire front of his house In the Rue de la Palx with masses of flowers An architect M Frantz Jourdain a panorama painter M Pollpot the celebrated poster artist Mme Cheret a lady artist Mile Dutau and others clubbed together to arrange a contest Poor and rich alike are Invited to join Several big horticulturists have agreed to supply seeds bulbs cuttings and even pots of rich soil free to competitors who cannot afford to buy them and the president M Pollpot Is receiving scores f letters from working girls anxious to btain the wherewithal to grow flowers on their seventh floor windowsills On a date to be fixed the committee will travel all over Paris In a procession of iabs noting all the shows from the handsomest to the humblest and will then award prizes proportionately to the taste displayed by the competitors and to the means they have at their disposal PROTESTS AGAINST CHINESE Native Chief of Bechuanaland Ob- Jects to Imposition of Chink Labor Bathoen chief of all the Bang waketse tribes of British Bechuana land has sent to the colonial secretary at London a remarkable protest against the Importation of Chinese labor into the Transvaal In it the Bangwaketse chief calls the attention of the British colonial office to the fact that the natives of South Africa get their living by working In the diamond and gold mines and he asksIf the Chinese come Into South Africa what will become of us With the money earned In the mines be says the natives feed and clothe their children and pay the hut tax and If these Asiatics as hecalls them are allowed to come Into South Africa It will be an exceedingly grave matterPoverty he declares will bA great and the government will not bo able to get the hut tax from any af us as there will be no work for us He therefore Is opposed to the Importation of Chinese Into South Africa FROM MOTHER TO TEACHER Textbook Man Has a Number of Letters Which Rebound in Humor A Few of Them A man who sells textbooks and who Is not without a sense of humor was in Louisville recently This man John L Young of Roanoke Vahas collected for the entertainment of his customers a long list of letters from mothers to teachers The letters rebound In humor and odd sayings A few of them follow Dear Miss Baker Please excuse Rachaol for being away those two days Her grandmother died to please hermotherMiss Frank could not come those three weeks because be had amonla and Information of the vow ia Teacher John says you want to see me I have a beer saloon and nine children BIzness Is good In the morn- Ing and afternoon How can I come Miss Please let Willie some ome at two oclock I take him out a little pleasure to see his grandfathers grave FIBER TO DISPLACE CLASS Eastern Firm Has Unique Plan for Manufacture of Cheap Lamp Shades Glass has long been used exclusively for the purpose of making lamp shades but a Massachusetts manufacturing firm has recently put a shade on the market In which the glass Is displaced by fiber which is said to be effective and cheap The shade Is made from a fiber similar to that used for the lining of Incandescent lamp sockets This la mottled green on the outside and pearl gray on the inside The fiber Is made of the same weight as aluminum and U similar In appearance It Is finished under pressure which gives It a glossy surface and makes It a good reflector ci- ight While It is so tough that the edges will not break It IB springy and will not crush out of shape Teeth Made of Paper One of the novel Inventions which bail from Germany Is artificial teeth made from paper Many of the dentists are using them and find them to be en timely satisfactory They have several advantages over the ordinary ones made of porcelain or mineral composition at they are cheap do not break or chip are not sensitive to heat or cold nor has the moisture of the mouth any ef fect upon them Patal After HftySIx Tears A Russian who fought with Kossuth In the rebellion of 184849 received a bullet wound In the shoulder In the battle of Isaazegh The bullet could not be extracted but the wound healed sat isfactorily and Its presence was never felt till recently Not long ago the sol dier began to suffer pain In the region of the wound and mortification set In He died from the wound 56 years after receiving It CUBES SiOMACH body gets its life from T digestedRealthy for the body but stomach carelessnessinupset the entire tem erly masticated fOOdsours on the distressinP inthedyspcpsilclaims Thedford BlackDraught cures dyspepsia the and bowels of congested matter and gives the stomach quicklyinvigorated results in a good appetite with the power to thor ough1y uigeat food stomachwithremedy Try Tbedfords Black Draught today You can buy a for25cthe money to The ChattanooaTenn mauea you THEDFORDSB1CIDMUGIT t r j forSale roperty advertised under tiiJ head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1No3 No5p No 1 No8 No No 10 No 11 No 13 No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 IN 28 No 30 No 31 No 32 No 33 No 3 nil vrcf Price tu A twostory frame residence contain ing 6 rooms and two halls in Rich mood Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 KM leu than origlnalCOlt Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residence will be sold at a bargain SIM will buy a good town lot 40x200 feetA town Jot on good street 40z 200 feet Price Sliill producJnlfarmresidence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other 1m Price12oOFarm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improvements Can be bought in connection withjfo8 Price 1600 Four cottages on nlcr street well improved Pnce 1000 each Good cottage in firstclass condition cisterd etc Price 500 Nice residence containing seven ctiyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap- A four room cottage and seven acres of lAnd live arrea In grass and two in garden good orchard And crape arbor All necessary out building This property is situated in n thriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms cityLotA twostory residence in good neighborhood Lot 120x130 feet All outbuilding Price 2800A residence for nnyone denlr ingnn ideal home One of the best constructed Imlldines In Richmond well improved Price 2100 neighborhood Cottage on a nice resident street contAining four rooms arid neces punchasedgreat bargain at SI Will paint resilience for purchaser An Ideal cottage Tot live rooms necsaryoutbuhidingstocluding and cistern Price 1200 Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser lotcontamingporches Mtuated in best TfMenre portion of city Stable coal bones buildingadesiring a nice home eightIall in grass and is Al good farm and thislandLocalitywotFlour and grist mill Anderson Buildingbuilt 8 years altO Steam and water power the latter three room hr of the RoilerMiltInclartInlt 5 rooms All for fIIA or 5500 for the mill and the acres Onehalf inioAlso n nobarrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Salt river Steam power new nptodate In every withImprovements railroadPrice InMannvllelthrough place leaving Sncres on one side with 2story 5room hnnne and orange each penrs plum grapes bearing and 8 acres on oth er side with 6room 1story house plumsgrapes forStOOA handsome twostory frame dwel twohansentlehonseoutbnlldlnes Bps location in Richmond for boarding house 148 acres Mercer county farm in yards of pike 5 mom istorv house 2 tenant honstti large barn abundant water 7000 300 acres in 3 miles of n rrod bare on pike good land 10 room brink residence excellent barns etc WJ1I grow hemp etc 5per acre countyfineresidence excellent barn fine running water Price 85 an acre A a good as any 100 land oftRichmond Nice Yard garden anil sary outbuildings Great bargain so Confessions of a Priest Rev Jno S Pox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I euflflrnd from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a num ber of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines bnt pot no relief Then I begun the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for 12 years If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney tremble stomach disorder or general debility get Eec trlc Bitters Its guaranteed hy R O Stockton Only 60c1mWe have never shown a lanrer stork of Carriages Rurries BngsioH situl runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It wiil pay you to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan tiers at moderate prices The best rub ber tire applved and guaranteed for one year Call and we us Richmond Carriage Works tf R L Midkiff P dot Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Havi land of Armonk N Y but when all other reniedifR failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had consumption In an advanced stage also used this wonder tul medicine and todav she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung dis eases yield to Dr Kings New Discov earthInfallible CStocktonFor Sale A splendid farm of 100 acres in Gar rard county Ky t 2 miles south of amp Dick Robinson on Fisher Fork pike Price 5 per acre For par ticulars call on or address E F Parks Danville Ky or J SParks Marcellns Ky 28s 2t Rubber stamps ink pads daters etc see Gordon Reid Climax oillca For iale Frtntd I will sell privately my house and lot on Hight street Good cistern and all fruitFor16jtf Alfrfd Douglas Sr Hay Fever Can be Cured All druggists are authorized by the manufacturer of Bunnens Catarrh Cure to refund the money where lt1all to cure any case of Hay Fever no mat ter of how long standing One application gives ease and Test Batmens Catarrh Cure is a pew discovery it is the only bay fever remedy sold on a yourCatarrhby fi L Mlddelton oct T desire to sell privately my house 1frithmoo0fP I More Heat = Less COaIJ works on scientific principles the coal is fed from underneath the gases pass thro the flame instead of arising from it and are consumed and transformed into heat Not an iota of heat value is lost coal bills are re duced onehalf to twothirds and the air is neither vitiated nor burdened with the dis agreeable odors and dryness of the old fashioned hotair fur naces We would like to send you our free book about it or of is have at our whre are e bition J 0 J 0 st 0 via 1520 New Orleans 15 20 La 13 60 Miss 14 30 Miss to points All the your coal ke are the to com you call store oa 0 Sole for 337 5th low rates 21 trip S14 and in Coir TV low rates to in sold Ocr 4 San f point sold Oct 4 S in San Cal and in sold Only line excursion to New Mexico Arizona and Corn Oliver Back Bands Squeeze heatvalue thehothouse Gases combustibleif proper takeu insure PeckWilliamson Furnace these Furnaczs Arbuckle Simmons Agents PeckWilliamson Heating West Cincinnati Richmond Ky Very Cheap Rates eg Illinois Central Railroad LOUISVILLE Hammond Jackson VicLsburg Correspondingly intermediate Out Underfeed Ventilating 11aigood one wayAll points Oklahoma points pondingly points TOSecial Louisiana 1650 one Worth Texas one wayLos Angeles daily points running through personally conducted Sleepers Louisville California Texas Low One way ani Rates in eflVrr on first and third Tnesiln in each month to the and For through rate tickets and rates free copies of descriptive of California and New Orleans to nearest railroadagent or address F W D P Kv L1R1BLANTON IN CoaL Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Corner Main and B Streets Phone ob 08 SHABKELFORD t CO Tiger Disc Corn Planters Hamilton Planters Tiger Disc Harrows Htrnilton Disc Tornado Disc Harrows Tiger Cultivators Brown ChilledPlows- Sanders Disc Plows Malta Double Shovels Avery Double Shovels Collars Bridles andHames your andsIr means bustion The October returning stopovers Tickets Houston Antonio way Tickets Tickets Harrows Roundtrip Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas folders apply HARLOW A- Louisville DEALER Etc Cultivators O K Steel Range Miller Steel Range Willard Steel Range Radiant Rome Steel Range HugJin Gasoline Engine Advance Steam Engine Cutting Boxes Qriss Mills Feed Mills Corn Sbellers 7 Hay Fdrks ShoveiauaLPiclvs- Double Trees Ixjeksj Hingts and Bolls More Things than Letters in this Paper Call and See for Yourself D1B Shnce1ord Co J I A J II 1 7 i 1 ii 11 S c R gt A s R t ri ii