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N ir I w Ijfir ITHE RICHMONDh CLIMAX fide4jiIer NUMBER 24 I 1 11 PHONE 80 and Teeth ulreHvo4 Hobson RtWwr ATTORHBTATLAW RIOHMOND RICHMOND GIBSON SURGEONS 7 i + 1determined make 760 money + IWe yoti shall Merits Goods loaded best goods that for prices jWe carrying much larger stock lines before were never prepared than now a cordial ffiand see Let Us You quality our do + Our line of Silks Goods etc + were never so and at prices much lower than elsewhere and 5 6 14 7 12 B 12 tand JOe are better than ever offered before All kinds Colton fabrics at rock bottom prices f Blankets Quilts etc at prices the I I J Purs il Sujts Overcoats + Boots and ShoesIT than D M Jones Fine S oes for Ladies at to t30 Watson Plummets Little School House Shoes fur children have The famous J E 1 lit and Splz Roya Blue Shoes for men 350 to 5 cannot o t xcelled bfir style comfort anti wear Try a pair We assure you satisfaction Youra to please ffi S illi I M fl ffi71 71 75 4 F71 7 On the DependsI rnIItln If the jrenflral hfinlth S Ir li sr dooayed teeth the mmoral of the Isw The skillful ItpplioaI- DENISTRY t pin hut pod lifp V W Teeth 5 ti Fill 1 j0Ir Ivnm Fills r h lstriipl nil Viinmnt oii Will I n IIr all crfliim t T H Dentist j ntnoky Ji Rl Stamp 4It r An PROFESSIONAL OARDSI tV MILLER RICHMOND SBXTUOKT Office n the Barnam Building next door to armera National Bank feMly A SII7rAJJ ATTORNEY ATLAw Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House Main treet t 0 D M OHENADLT- A AJF LAW KENTUcKY I JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AT LAWI Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug storeIRS PHYSICIANS AND KICHMOMP KENTUCKY rtteein the Dr Hobson building MalnStreet Submitted 1 T E C WINES DRUG STORE r 717FWe 7A717F are to I A lii are determined know the of our 1F Every department in our store is completely with the money can buy to offer the are in all than ever We to offer greater bar gains jlVe extend to you to call usaShow the of goodsthe price will the talking 1 Dress complete values of Flannelettes Outings THosiery Underwea to please andtand nstoni8hiuglyfynurselfGUOSHOESthe Red no equal I will LACKEY AND HAMILTON I fjf I K ATTOHNEYS R KENTUCKY on ohenIlItA AND- COUNSELLORS GIBSON invitation DRJLANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Nov 10 1904 For Shampooing Manicuring Far clal Massage and all kinds of toilet req uisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to PI jars grocery on Main street SOatf For Sale A slxyearold combined horse 15 bands high perfectly gentle For price etc call on G J White Son 5oct tf KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS I WITH Dr1 Kings New cONSUMPTION I m4-I i Waistings Cloaks Discovery Price SOc 100 Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TBOUB LES or MONEY DACKI For sale hv R 0 Ntoekton J J t k ELDERS GIN STORE I1i J Warm Weather Suggests s ttr v r tbe immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as Ie mstd m ntimi4 falld the attrautivelr low prices that prevail throughout this t ivirit t re ujrirests the wisdom of buying here I ri aai MI rat variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with tI w abricK ns this store is famous for Af J t r 121 D s s Gi nghsiras in a great variety of newest styles in plaids d tTi niipesj at special price per yard lOc v GriItI Midms the most suitable material for Shirting and Shirtwaists I reruur 12R jrride lOc WI slowino a beautiful line ofLawns Dimities etc mall colors oc up K iTj Suitings all the shades cheap at 25c our price 15 Jacard 1 Vi S ithg 20f Knifiker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Vad ted Voile seven shades U select from 12c India Linen 7r toSoc Bo s and Girls Stok1nJJspPeIalPe4Q dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed 4thread Stock Inus hiitli plicml nealHMiid bet mid double a splendid wearing and dressy SUcking sizes 5 to 91 Stockinpstbe iron wear kind 2threat real Maco 2x2 ribbed worth at 15c pair 40 dozen Bleyde h1 suit te mallpffrvlcanlp firm trn d but elastic elm 7 to 10 worth 25c at 15c per pair fJl IlotiFilltll 10 iead20 ar arpf ts 12Jc toSl 25 fard See our stock of RIICP Oil Cloth 20 to The vd sIwig tin Ilrul tock f MIM uial 4 OS to 10 over shown ill Richmond Youths Suits J 4tsrr4 Kiupesnits SI tn5 lIn SlIf2c to 8trnw lJatamen and 5 81Oc npto125 from 39ctn6 pair roles 8 and lOc 4 Stock 11 NlltiouO ol11ple rre urnins n hautifn1 hue to spltt Brae xtenRillll rodll 810 anll50 New Stock Ladies Miielln Underwear CITI3et Covers 10 to 44u 484 rol11plee Pants 40r j Gownn 48c Skirts 50c APk to see them Lades Walking and Dress Skirts SI 25 to S875 TheVaro tenntips tJi MILLINERY r 1More btautiful styles The tinartet creations of tho seMon are here and siiprisinlY Low Prices Shirt Waist flats the mos beautiful 8tyll at to 2 98 Jundreds ot beautiful trimmedHats ready lor at special LoW Prces to suit all pUlles Childrens Schoo anti Dress Hata FJow your description See then Bleached Pillow CSeR full sixe and fine quINy ciJ ice weariolt qualities era of 12 every Ladles Wand cents Haudkrcll1eftl 6 10 and 15t Parasols 40c to 19 Corsets 25c to 1 5- 0S We have received aboutand 49e51018229PictureFrameonil 500 Shqec pIctures and Slipper from DC up priCflS to 25c each Do not fall to see them Wo have only a few lardineres leftat 55 29 31 39 and 49eVJ 19 t Respectfully to the cas1 iide FOR EV Elder 1 cL dI1 Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly velars he las been travelingaround the world ng bringing health and comfort wherever he goes To the consumptive he brings the strength anjl flesh be so muchneeds To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food To thin and pale persons he gives new firm flesh and richred blood Children who first saw the oldman with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own nj e stands for Scotts Emul of pure cod liver oila- Ie htful food and a natural c for children for old folks for all who need flesh and st ngth SCOTT BOWNE chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York SOc and SlOOj all druggists HEAR FROM EXPEDITIONS Danish Scientific Explorers Endured Many Hardships and Priva tions During Trip The Danish scientific expedition to Greenland under the leadership of Etick sen has arrived at the Danish colony of West Greenland after much hardship and suffering The expedition reports that it found the whaling ship OJoa with Capt Axnmundsens magnetic lorth pole expedition on board atDal rymple dock All the members of both expeditions are well According to a dispatch from Dundee an November 16 last whalers who had lust returned there reported that they had found the Danish Erlcksen expedi Uon on Saunders island Via a pitiable stato of destitution Count Moltke the irtist of the expedition was very IlL thelompany almostlxhausted bad abandoned their boat and one sledge it the northern part of Melville bay The Danes were entirely e pend the Esquimaux The whalers hem supplies and materials to entonj new boat The Ammundsen expedition AccordjngKing William land then to the east toast of Greenland and thence to pro esd for Bearing strait The expedition was characterized by Profi Schmidt of Berlin as undertak ing the moat Important task la th do main of terrestrial magnetism It was pjftnaed W take a route vIl Jl j4 t 7 L I 7Iffi 7Iffi7l IFall Winter SEASON 190405 J We are ready with + newest styles zonI Novc1Iic Latest A ractionsI Finest Selections Greatest Assortments j At Loral Prices I L J we 3t f 1 o There are for dress and which are es for such uses We carry such goods in our stork UJ and think you will be able to find here just such materials best suited rji to von needs Our entire stock mbraces the most styles ana fashions for the fall season of 19 4 and customers can make their CO selections with assurance that goods anti styles are correct and has been dUcusscH in vogue by for this season to I r rJJ Topsy J Quality tyle and fit are combined in this cele brated brand of Hosery Our piices will please yon A Iu as well as the Hosiery Ask fr the Topsy Brand when you want satisfactory hosiery Fall For Men Women and hildren This is numerous in our stock of clean warm for fall and winter wear yuJl appreciate Our stock is our prices the lowest for cash COMFORTS AND BED SPREADSV We ate making a special showing this season of splendid Comforts and Bed Spreads We can supply housekeepers with the tim st medium and low gniues at thR very lowest prices I I I ri a j 7F 7 tog J A nice two story Irvine adjoining Estill Springs proper ty The residence contains geven rooms with all necessary outbuildings For particulars call on or address J B Broaddus Panola Ky 7sp 4m We purchased onr vehicles to sell tad it yon will only call and get price we will prove this assertion and make ofyon an everlasting friend and custo mer tf S L MidkitT Prop One Fnlajr RichmOnd Needs No city in the Bl era 4S Is more awake to the times than is Richmond For its size there Is no otlr place in this section of the country that is more progressive or that has experienced such steady growth One thing however is badly needed and that in a good sewerage system This in a question that has been much talked HI different times but without effoct With the aid of the steam roller we can soon point with pride to our splendid streets We have both electric and gas fine water works and other features that go to make up a firstclasBupto date progressive town but in some things we are woefully larking and the sewerage syetem is One of them Such a system would h hailed with delight by our citizen at largo ut the question be consider more than it ever basin the past and lot it be a itafed and brought to a top cessful realization New GroceryV Having opened new grocery In tin Chenault building on Second street I will be added to rny stock dally resh j seasonable Roods Call anil let prices f on fresh clean groceries GAL jbvel- if K3I- bt MAIN FIRST Im 7I7f m m Fall and Winter CaMpaign We wish to thank our many friends and customers for esteemed patronage during the past season and bespeak for your most patronage for the fall andwinter season of J 90 405 want to make this season the banner season of our business To do this have made greater preparations bought more goods by careful watchfulliiess will work hard to merit your trade the A For 1IV Art sticoccassions artistic goods pecially adapted approved fabion We the Hosiery New and complete BLANKETS Blankets 7IFI- I generous We and to New Fall- Fashions in 71 FI 71 I 71 lighting Not a Sick Day Since I was taken sick with kidney trouble I tried nil sorts ot medicinns nore of which relieved me One day I saw an adol your Electric Bitters and deter mined to try that After taking a low doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have beencured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only SOc atVR Stocktons drug store liii TO RETAIN YOUTH Avoid excesses of all kin sThey are injurious The long life must be a temperate regular life Cultivate the spirit of contentment Ail discontent and dissatisfaction bring age furrows prematurely to the faceVDont be too ambitious The canker of an overvaulting ambition has eaten uII the bisipiIIPr finally a life and tttiOrteile I care Success Disastrous Wrecks aressn responsible for many a raiIwi ac and thiesamo cause ate niktiih mhIhwrecks of sufferers rourTli tat aad tg troubhes But sluce th ai4yeit of Dr Kings New Discovery fas inmption 0Ujris anti Colj worst cases can be cured adj hoIi resignation is no longer U5cIC Lois Crasw l Dorch Jj one of many whoet ij pued by Kings New D groat remedy is zuarant iroat aed Lung tisesse ktOB drai M Prier battles free I J we sell worth having at prices paying Our Motto Cash Dont Readytowear n SAYS PRAYERS RUINED HIM Remarkable Accusation Made by a Missouri Nan Suing for Divorce Frederick Hyatt of Macon Mo avet- eran of the civil war makes a wonderful attestation as to his belief in prayer In his divorce bill against his wife Martha A Hyatt The couple were married In 1860 There was a separation at North Bend Neb In 18S1 and for the last two years Hyatt has been trying to get a decree He admits that he left his wife but says it was because she ruined him In a wheat deal at St Louis by prayI lug that the market would go agaInst were answered immediately and overt whelmlngly and he has never been able to recover from the effects of them He was demurred out of court In Decem ber but got the case reinstated One of his depositions has got in from Los Ang lea CaL The deponent is Hyatt brother C W Hyatt who was enter taming Mr and Mrs Hyatt at North Bind Neb when the incident that caused the separation occurred On this point the witness deposes She went out into the public street knelt down before the crowd and prayed that her hus band would become a beggar She acted so that ho had to put her on a train and send her home in order to wold being disgraced She was a dan gerous woman and had no control over her temper Mrs Hyatt lives at Clarence She de ales her husbands charges had will contest the proceedings against her Yet Sale cistern and all necessary out Hldings = +mmI3H P IiComeand look through our no trouble to ShowGoodsguarantee 1 i jr tion withevery I ffi Special display of tI Come and study the Jlow I IJWeBegin Season With Multitude of Opportunities Early Buyers offerIwIDress Underwear NEW AUTUMN STYLES 0VIN DRESS GOODS AND SILKS rtJthis I I who come I Remember That Our Low Prices Goes Cash Buyers Need illone I II Winter Undergarments SoDdRiebnd Dr goods Only IIc1Therewait buy your new FALL SUIT We are showing the greatest variety of Schloss Bros Fine Custommade Suits for men that nnonni tin in f1 IIcityLadies Garments 1Skirts1productI Iever Itno wrD OLDHAM CO F I BUSY BEE CASH 1- 1sf 11 7IF7I7I 7171 ieI 8nQIInspect LJ C COR himJ l1streftoPPoBitiWlhDevor61I Spieudii Holxuborbood eidllIilie 1 stock purcnaseV NewGoods Fall CashPrices STORE hALIiSV Paint Protection Tlzepraclicaljaintercayswhen ered with PatoiisVf SuPs6oFDDahit 4 41 and the paint cov ered by a 5 year guaranty you have sthe best possibleVprotection to your house and purse PattonsSnnProof Point protects and beautifies MaTe otlllrc6t piginntsiuidoil with the right proportions 1- of ainc Vjj PaUons secret formula It withstands sun and rain licit and cold twice as long as hand made paint Guar longSeudPATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee WIn Geo M Willgil1gr209 W Mainst next to Madison Nat Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc = ABLE SICILIAN Renewe MwIPerhaps you like your rrlyhalr then keep k Perhaps notIIthen remember Halls Hair Renewer always restores color fray hair Stops falling halrlsou z1Q tI Rubber Stamps Jthisoffke f- te ss s e s s s sss 0t 1 i i c s4 o Tt s ErandUDsini Dvi a1e iI t t I Having decided to quit business at once we are offering I p our entire stock of H5g 3w B O O T S i Ifshoes oqd Gents rrnisiogs IIII I S E at cost for Cash Onlys S I s We are determined to close out and we offerp e j1 E The Greatest Bargains of your Life 3JII I E from the best selected stock in Richmond Come andsee S e for Otirself All persons owing us will please call and settle1 su I i CRUTCIiER TRIBBLE 1 1 S E Main Street Richmond t Kentucky EIs o S e BeSs s sss sss ss ssss s ss sss sj 5 z The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNKSUAY BY j The Climax Printing Co Incorporated JO CIIENAULTPreMdent AD MILLERWIttor Manager WEDNESDAY NOV 2 lt04 m DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT ALTON B PARKER- of New York FOR VICE PRESIDENT Bv U S SENATOR DAVIS of West Virginia PaR ATTORNEY GENERAL OP TIlE UNITED STATES OP AMERICA WM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska HOR JOIMJK iTu APlKLLATK DISTRICT JAMKS K CANTUILL ofSeottoountyFor Gli GILBERT of Shelby For Reprentatlve R W MILLER ForCountyjutige N It TURPIN Per County Attorney RHCROOKB For Sheriff P B BROADDUS For County Olerk JESSE COBB For JHilir BUCK JOHNSON For Ass 0Hr BOYD P WAGERS For Supt Publie Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT I BIGGKRSTAFF EIGHT years ago it took hundreds of thousands of dollars and the corrupt influence of the railroads and the cor porate power of the state to carry Kentucky by a few votes for McKin ly What ohance have the Republi cans this yoar with those organization out of politics and the gold Democrats prnationlly all book ia line Ii looks like a walk over for Parker cud Davis The question of majority alone is the question Let us male it big enough to blot out the past and stand as a monument for future guid anqe BROWERS lest You l Forget Sthat our Closing Out Sale of Wood Mantels I is still on Think of it V the finest line of Wood Man tels in Central Kentucky going at Cost6 You owe it to your self to get our prices before 4 Jfs buyingC1FBro r Co11 l tiInD EOADWA tIL UUTQN X 4 ED BLANTON C- Lumber and Coal3- rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 Announcements FOR CITY ATTORNEY We ire autboriied to announce R E subeatWe are anthorlitd to announce THOS H sub1MFOR CII1KF OF POLICE We are etherized to announce JAMES II AILMAX a candidate for Chief of Police c tbe city Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party CLAIJJDRVOREPolice of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce V W HAR DIN a candidate for the office of Ohief Police of Richmond twbject to the action a the Deniociii party We are authorized to announce W M CRRBKMORK a candidate for Cblel of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myself a candidate fo Chief of Police of RichmAml subject to th- aeilin of the Democratic partrHulng ha several yeri experlelUe most or ue tiab at a saIary of 15 per month which the record will show I think that I am en titled to this office over any inexperienced candidate Pete Bverett Berry FOR JAILER We are anthorlzed to announce LEE O SIIKAHKH a candidate for Jailer of Mad son eaanty wbject to the action of the Republican party NEXT Tuesday will be election day and an important one in that it vill decide who is to be the next Presi dent and Commanderinchief of boti army and navy Then will be the time for all Democrats to be true to their party and have all eyes and ears open to detect any frauds against the party Roosevelts reign as Presi dent is well known Arc you satis lied with ItP Ho as President swore to protect the constitutional liberties of all citizens His he done this Has he done other equally important things that he should have done P Remember that a vote against Itoose velt is a vote for liberty Then come forward next Tuesday Democrats and with your votes strike down the strenuous advocate of war imperial- Ism militarism and trusts Vote for Parkor and you vote for peace har mony liberty republic and you send an arrow quivering into the heart of the trusts Then let a big majority be rolled up for our Demo cratic candidate TIlE seemingapathy of the voters all over the country is the street evi dencc of Democratic victory This spirit of content is marked in the doubtful states where four anti eight years ngo the predictions of disaster had driven the independent voter in for to the support of McKin ley This year there Is no alarm Judge Parker is universally regarded as a safe man He has escaped the lies and calumnies that beset Bryans path We will get the full party vote with enough Independents to turn the scale WITH New York and Maryland in line and New Jersey Connecticut West Virginia and Indiana debatable ground who can truthfully say that the Democrats have not more than a fighting chance The gamblers of Wall Street are betting on Roosevelt the profits they have rung from tho people on watered stocks but that l an old game and it will not influence a single honest vote Ansetel A negro giving Lila name all More Henry White and his home as King ston this county was arrested in Har rodsunrK for burglarizing Fred and Lee Currys drug store Beware of Ointments for Latin h that Contain Mercury iia mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the raucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on scriptious from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufact ured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and le ter alIy acting directly upon the blooti systemIn rIJ Cheney Co Testtmoniitls free Sold bv drnllE price75c per bottle HU faily PILl ore b bsu4t ltd iilEJi1 ctiT THERE ale enough Democratic votes in the Eighth District to bury the Republican candidate so deep that an artesian well digger could ni f reach him in a hundred years Ar Hon G G Gilbert is entitled to everyone of these votes He is most wor capablefTHE selge of Port Arthur is a picn ic affair compared with the bombard wont the Democratic committee has Jerseyithe battle All the big guns have been turned loose and the Republi cans are taking to the cyclone cellars AgeIIts shameful when youth fails t show proper respect for old age bi just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and ir respective of old age Dyspepsia Jaun dice Fever Constipation all jield to this perfect Pill 25e at R C Stock tons drug stote 1m PERSONA Mr M C Kellogg id attending the Worlds Fair Mr Will Rice of Rice Station was in the city last Friday Mrs D B Shackelford has been visiting in Lexington Mrs J M Poyntz is back from a visit to Mt Sterling Mr J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs was here last week Mr B B Million and family have returned from the Worlds Fair Mrs Harry Scrivner of Beattyville WPS here for a short while Saturday Mrs Joe Beard and little son have LexingtonMrs James B McCreary visited Mrs John Hugnely in Danville last weekMisses Julia Higgins and Florrie Bright were In Cincinnati last Wednesday KyisJ Suit Miss Sarah Burnam of Frankfort is the guest of her aunt Miss Lucia BurnamMiss Owens of ML Sterling is with Mrs J M Poyntz at the GlyndonMrs Jones of Mt Sterling has been visiting her daughter Mr J W Arnold Mr C A Lawton formerly of this city but now of Winchester was here several days last week Mr Shelby Tribble of Jellico Is visiting his mother Mrs Susan Trib ble for seveial days The many friends of Mrs R A Woolums will regret to hear that she is ill at the P A C Infirmary Mrs J W Crates who has been veryseriously ill for several weeks past Is reported to be better Mr Joe Mnupin is setlously ill with pneumonia at the home of his sister Mrs J W Bales on West Main street Mr Will Kelly a prominent attorney of Georgetown was here last Fri dayand Saturday on legal business Lexingtonhass Willie Mae Jarman on the Summitt Mr Bland Ballard of the Revenue office at Danville was here last week visiting his father Capt PoPBallard Mr JSpeed Smith will come this week from Washington D C to spend several weeks with his mother Mrs Cnrran C Smith Messrs Milo and Steven hanks of Washington City are visiting their mother on Fifth street They will remain until after election piRed DrEvans Harrishome antiWednsdaycentraIRccord 184turlftttitMChdJan 0 after a visit to her parents Mi and Mrs J P Reeves on Fifth street Mrs T P Dudley of Waco will go- ot Chihuahua Mexico to spend winter with her sons The Dudley boys have become the greatest rail rod contractors in Northern Mexico Mrs H B Hanger has returned from Cincinnati where she spent several days and incidentally took in the wonderful spectacular performance of Mother Goose Mr R I Gentay left Thursday for his regular trip through Ohio and West Virginia in interest of the F i I Lawson Hardware Company of CincinnatiMrs Lansing and Mrs James B McCreary of Richmond spent last week at the Louisville Hotel in Lou- isyuleMrs Xutt Burnam of Richmond and her sister Miss Willie Kennedy of Covington spent Friday GraddyWoodfordSun Miss Martha Smith who has been the attractive guest of her cousin Miss Kate Smith since the first of October left Friday for her home in Columbia Mo Miss Smith made many friends and wtile here was entertained quite a good deal and her departure for home caused much regret in a wide circle of friends and admirers The Broadway Flinch Club held its initial meeting of the season on last Thursday afternoon with Mrs J R Pates as hostess The spirited gamefor which several tables were used con tinued for two hours at the close of whicha most delicious lunch was served Mrs Pates who is an ideal hostess was assisted in receiving and entertaining her guests by her charming sister Miss Bessie McGinn and herattrnctive daughter Jeannette The Club is a pleasant organization composed of the lady residents of Broadway meetings being held every two weeks Months Medicine on Trial Generous Offer to All With Weak Di gestion or Stomach Trouble Withevery box of Miona sold B L Middelton gives the following guaran tee bond assuring the purchaser that the money will be returned if after a months use the remedy has not given satisfactionGUARANTEE BOND I hereby agee to refund the money emptyboxhas failed to cure dyspepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two hoses or a months treatment Price 60cperbozSigned Anyone whose food doee not digest as it ought who has to take thought about when and what to eat should take advantage of this generous offer of B L Middelton Miona is almost invariably success ful in curing stomach trouble of all kinds from an acute attack of indices Byitoweight increased and health restored If Miona were not successful in 99 cases out of 100 an offer like this would Jtreatfaithgiving powers of Miona and you should begin its use at once Try it for a month anyway If it fails to help nothlr2Ithe expense is trifling DEATHS BOEN Mr and Mrs Z M Roen ot ofldeath occurred Monday horn pneumo nia His remains were interred in the Thefm their bereavement WALKERrhe remains of Mrs Flor ence Walker who died at the home ol her brother Mr Frank Walker in cityMondeywhere they were met by a large crowd followedLlowered to their last resting place The news of Mrs Walkers death came as a shock to her many friends and ac quaintances here Deceased who was CO years old was a daughter of Dr Charles Walker who resided here durj jug his life time Early in life she came the wife of Mr John Walker who died a number of years ago From this union two children a son and a daughter were born the latter now Mrs AlabeinlatMadison makehermoved south For quite a while de ceased had been in poor health and it herbrother cameSheMemphilSfena ofLondonmuchbelovedwas gentle noble and good and the memory of her sweet character and beautiful face will always linger with those who knew her4 BENNETT In the death of Mr Wm ThursdayI andhighlycame after an illness of Brights disease MrBennettfamily and although quiet and unas suming he was the proud possessor of a strong character and was always true to his convictions Mr Bennett was behad HEALTHis Most- Important The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have had 40 years of scientific exoerience Every method of1 breadand cake raising has been exhaus tively studied in this country and abroadThe result is a perfect prod uct in Royal Baking Powder itThehavebeenauthorities of the world importa BakingPowder makes wholesome food Second that Royal Ing Powder sakes BakIgood to taste ROYALBAKING 11 L ABSOLUTEL PURE Y JV t Ayers What are your friends saying about youP That your gray hair makes look old P toAndPostpone this looking old Hair Vigor Use Ayers Hair Vigor and restore to your gray hair all the deep dark rich color of early life Then be satisfied Ayers nalr Vigor restored the natural color to mr gray halriand I sm greatly It TMasa bottle j c YX1tCOa drumstsfor Dark Hairs Methodist Church Early in life he married a Miss Neale sister to Air w countyhoyears This union was blessed with t namelyErsMr Neale Bennett and Miss Anne Bennett both of this city Deceased in also survived by four brothers Dr David and Mr Samuel Bennett of LeX- ington and Messrs James and Waller Bennet and a sister MIPS Belle Bennett of this place Mr Bennetts lent life unassuming as it was was never t full of good deeds and he lived at all times the life ofa true Christian He was a devoted indulgent father and to his friends he was true as steel He stood high in Masonry being a member of Richmond Commandery nights Templar hut his burial was conducted by the Bine Lodge as he re pealefillpeacefulhiistlanIike be missed most of all in his home bat also in hIs church of which he was a pillar and to which he was so devoted and also will be missed br a wide cir cle of friends His funeral services vere conducted Friday alternoon at his late residence on West Main strpet after which his remains followed by a relativesIrest beside those of his wife His fam- Ily have the deep sympathy of all in their affliction MATRIMONIALCovINoToNPoELL Covington and Miss Sallie Powell both of this county we married in Winchester last week- RAYMONDDAVIS Mr Raymond and Miss Mend Davis drove to Rich mond on Wednesday afternoon and were united in the bonds ot wedlock The bride is an accomplished girl of 19 summers their step was quite a surprise to the immediate family The groom is a successful farmer and has many qualities that go to mako a true gentleman We wish them a prosper ous and happy life Lancaster Record JUDGE PAUKCK has been prompt to recognize the invaluable aid Mr Bryan has given the Democratic ticket and in the following telegram expresses his appreciation To the Hon William J Bryan Iwish to thank you for the splendidservice you have rendered to the Democratic party in Indiana and elsewhere during the present campaignAlton B ParkerMr Bryan has indeed been the mainstayof the party in tue West and South in this contest No labor has been too great for him to perform no hardship too severe for him to en dure to advance the cause of the Democracy It is gratifying to see Judge Parker voice in his telegram of congratulation the opinion of the masses of the people We pnrcnased onr vehicles to sell ind it you will only call and get price we will prove this assertion and make of you an everlasting friend and custo mer tf S L Midkiff Prop From the Ashes Baltimore Familys Experience Points a Moral to Residents of Richmond ThqvISitor to Baltimore today that less than a year ago the citwas almost destroyed bv pariIolIlaltimoreown looks writingfromstreet says I have been troubled for years with catarrh and have resorted to oLMvMine disease but all the treatments we used were an absolute failure until we tried Hyomei It worked like acharmand hasmade a complete cure in both disagreeablestomach breathed It and its fragrance so clean catarrhallungteIa moral to all sufferingfrombe cured ot this frightful disease with dosingB agent InthemoueyInextrabottlesthe strong guarantee under which Hy omel Is sold tecUlan Clnb Notes The Cecillan Club which has re sumed work for the winter held its second meeting of the season with Mrs M U Kellogg on last Wednesday afternoon at which time Edward Grieg was tb subject for study A most interest in c program composed principally of Griegs compositions was rendered be ginning with lila Norwegian Dance for ur hands by Mrs M C Kellogg and rs A D Miller Mrs B L Middel ton Mrs Kellogg and Mrs L P Evans each rendered In a charming manner selections by this Norwegian com poser Mrs Campbell delighted the Club with an exquisite production from Raff as did Miss Katherine Smith with one of her sweet solos At the close of the program a musical tale of love was much enjoyed the members leing naked to fill blanks with names of well known songs Miss Minnie Dykes was the successful one winnings a prize a beautifulplate on which were a number of the old master faces delicious lunch of hot chocolate sandwiches and olives closed tha afternoon which proved a most pleasant and profitable one for the Club mem bers aswell as the guests who wen Miss Martha Smith of Missouri Mips Minnie Dykes and Mrs H L Perry The next meeting of the Club will be held with Miss Kate Walker at which time a Cecilinn program will be rendered A Bad Case of Catarrh C W BegiB Son Co Chicago III My daughter had catarrh so bad she was not able to sit up hut after using six boxes Bunsens Catarrh Cure she i now perfectly well I will be glad to recommend itVMrs A L McKinney Acbelles Kan Sept 12 loot It contains no narcotic and is positively guaranteed The above letter proves that Bnnsens Catarrh Cure Itctuallv cures Get a free sample from your druggist For saieby B L Middelton nov IN ORDER to get the great prize will give you prices on the UIiJEULUjtFENCE for Sixty Days as follows Four foot fence eleven wires heavy stay loop top No 7 wire at 46 cents per rod Five tobt fence 12 wires heavy stay at 55 cents per rod These prices have never been made in this county before JTCOYKIRKSVILLE KY Window Glass and Putty Jf Our large stock embracing all sizes enables us to fillall orders promptly jf Get our prices before buying we will save you mo- neyGlazing Promptly Done + + + p+++++++++ +++t Willging I t 209 W Main st t- t 4 next door to Madisonf t National Bank t4 4 +++ + 4 +44++ ++ 4+++ + + Wall Paper Pictures Window Shades Frames Paints Mirrors Building Papers Perfect Bed Open TheOwenDav- enport and Bed Com bined Only Davenport made which contains a genuine bed separate bed springs remoy able mattress all concealed In the back Bed made up in the morning ready for use It your dealer does not carry it send direct Write for catalog The 1 T Owen Company 148 Dean ave- CIFFLAND OHIO TELEPHONE GROWTHThe Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company has issued statement of its business for month of Sepetember and the increase In the number of subscribers is shown as follows 114105NumberNumber discontinued during month 2679 Net increase 1737 Total nunber subscribers September 80 1904 115842 HERE AGAIN Ready to serve your wants in anything desired in the Butcher Business My constant endeavor has always been to please CattleSheep meatsis purchased with the greatest care and has always given killingbutwork andwill appreciate any business in this line I carry in seasorf VEGETABLES FISH AND OYSTERS as well as all kinds of Produce Give me a tiial order and Iwill prove my sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably John AlltnanMstfstMccc ccrar Tlphsifl3 LJ 0 I I f c i i jiF s ffiffiFALL AND Shoe FashionsQuality designed extremely high order manufacture7Jraccurate fashioning impression wearers splendid reputation l A Dozen Reasons There are a dozen reasons for buying Quality Shoesbut your own comfort excuse enough easesthe foo it fits 17FFall designs for need now shownwe invite your examinationr+ Rice and Arnold 7r THE ONE PRICE HOUSE T 7I 1 7I 7I7I7I7I 7 RentIfarm ot 325 Acres tot 70 acres good corn land 75 to 100 acres meadow balance in grass Tlns plxce is well watered For further par ticulars call at this office tf For Sale My house located on West Main street containing beven rooms and four acres of land Apply to 12oct tf C H Picg ommiuion r3 J S Galloway etc Piti against Ernest Galloway etc Dft D S Barber c Plff against B 11 Igo c Dft Notice of Sale 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 un dersigned will o- nSaturday Nov J9t04 betwppn the hours of 10 oclock a m anl 12 oclock m on the premises in M iilin county Kentucky pro ceed to expose to public sale to the followingdescribed A Certain Parcel or Lot of Land situated In Madison county Ky on the waters of Walnut Meadow Fork of Sliver Creek and bounded as follows On the north by the laudof Wm F Brown and the Owen Todd 12acre tract on the west by the lands of K Davis and the county road leading from Maydee to th turnpike near Madison Todd heirs S Brown- Ing and Allen Vaughn on the east by the county road leading from the old tollgate to Muydee and contanlng 160 acres Said land will be offered for sale in two separated parcels all paart on the east ede of one parce and all that part on the west of railroad in one parcel and producingtheTERMSSale will be made on o credit of six and nine mouths The purchasr will be required to give bond with approved security the payment of the purchase money to have the force and ffect of a bearing legal in terest from day of sale with a lien re served upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S H THORPE M C M C C Ix 1 iI WINTER Queen is and finished for the TIT S about it denotes a of Its fit and corre t h7ran of worth upon its its Queen a is it because it every are being critical first that side for judgment WE PROPOSE C THISj I cLEAP YEAR t TO PLACE MORE GAStHEATERS AND GAS WATER HEATERS THAN IN c ANY PREVIOUS YEAR j V HEAT WITH GAS SAVES MONEY c Richmond c Water and Light Company 5 uCrc low To Keep Warm 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 Cwhose TAYLOR oj 1 snpprh line of Stoves and Heaters is mirqaed by any house in Central Kentucky You will find there also a complete stock of Farming Utensils Guttering and other articles that should befound in a firstclass hardware store Also sole agents for the Old Hickory Wagons or oit Four elegant office rooms either single or en suite John G Taylor Son IHmytf Telephone 292 Roger WilliamsCifrars Frasa Hros For Robber Stamps call at this office Bouquet Flour Frasn Bros For Sale Marchalneil rose bush and two Oleanders Call at this office Before purchasing fertilizer go to Covington Arnold Bro and got pri ces on the old reliable Homestead Fer tilizer the heat that ie made 12ort3t r iiIl FURNITURE I F Winter is now approaching and It is now time for fall cleaning Every housewife wants something new to brighten up the dreary days that are soon to come A piece ol new Furniture a pretty Picture or a nice Rug We handle all kinds of house furnishing goods from the smallest piece up to the massive Bed Room Suites FOnrline of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures v Fancy Hampers Rugsa large line of odd Recking Chairs and everything that will make a home c zy and comfortable fCoc and inspect our big stock Special attention is called to our Undertaklng Department ii I WiTOLDHAM1H tir i i1r i f AlIa j XiiJjjrojIEI a LI t I 1r H= i = I 1f I r a I ilL JAn Opportunity j In order to reduce our stock we will until anythinginour 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth JO to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone lUxfauk fcama te VDoxks RIGHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 165 J FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can I he Richmond Climax uuWEDNESDAY NOV 2 1904 Next Monday will be court day Only fifteen days until the bunting season will be on Next Tuesday will be election day Hurrah for Parker and Davis Jersey milk abolutely pure 20c per gallon 2ntt Butler Carrier Rubber tamps ink pads daters etc see Gordon Reid Climax office A E Smiths celebrated Kanawha Salt is sold only by L R Blanton tf The NHtionnl Fox Hunters Aso rimion will meet at Bardstown on Nov etnlwr 14th Today is die last chance to register If you havent registered dont fail to do MI todav The annual Donation Day tor the l A C Infirmary will be observed on November 32 Last Friday afternoon the foot ball fain of Walters Institute defeated a tnaiii from State College to the tune of to Rev G W Shepherd has just closed a meeeeef ul revival at the Re- publicAn ftowtwt church There were- additions Mr JOB Randolph has sold his faloon on Main street to V M Jones v Son who will continue the business at the same stand rThs Foreign Missionary Society will hold its regular monthly meeting in tlii lecture room of the First Pnjsy bytf ruin church tomorrow LIIsTAt L A N statin October N Friday a black silk umbrella with silver handle marked Annie Return to P A C Infirmary and receive literal reward 2novtf Mr T I Wills received a summons yesterday to apperr before the United State Court at Richmond November 14th to serve on the Federal grand jury Winchester SunSentinel Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are telling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L MidkifT Prop hrS e Barred Plymeth Rock Chickens in quantities to suit the purchaser For prices call on or addressMrs F Arhuckle 5oct2m Sliver Creek Ky For bile I ilesire to sell privately my saloon biiHinofis on First street The fixtures whirh are as uptodato as any in Rich inonii are oomnuratively new and in excellent condition For particulars call on or address W M Creekmore Richmond Ky e j Something to e 5 S 1O9 When you have nice Clothes why ruin the effect with inferior LaundryHave Shirts Collars and Cuffs lanndried by the Laundry in Ky The M N Laundry Z T RICE Agt PhoneIClhSweekMondaysThursdays and Saturdays For The Climax A STORY IN BLACK AND WHITE The Goddess of Liberty bowed her head Columbia frowned with vigor Uncle Sam hid his face In shame heu Roosevelt dined with a nigger Yankee Doodle turned up bis nose in scorn And cussed himself unsteady Dixie turned on her heel In disgust When Booker broke bread with Teddy The bull pawed up the earth The cow Jumped over the moon The eagle got mad and tore up the flag When Teddy ate with a coon Uncle Samuel saw America weep By the hand be gently took her But he wept too on the red white and blue When be saw Theo chewin with Booker Misses Asia and Europe were dreadfully shocked But Africa gave vent to a snigger When they saw the chief one Americas sons Sit down to eat with a nigger The shades of Washington and Jetterson Sickened and paled as the moon When they saw their illustrious l successor Take his seat at the board with a coon Bat hes about hoed his row at the White House He can prepare to leave the old town For on November 8th I think thats the date Hell be told to go back and alt down Well send him back to Oyster Soup Hay Where he can breathe the soft sea breezes Or Just any old where for all that I care And he can eat with who lie durued pleases Anonymous Wilton Jellico Coal sold only byI L R Blanton Phone 85 tf Lost A solid gold Phi Delta Theta pin with R C White engraved on the reverse side Suitable reward if left at office of Circuit Clerk oct2G2t Seed Kye For Sale KyIvspeaking Next Mondavi Senator James B McCreary andHon J A Sullivan will speak next Monday at the court house at 1 oclock in be half of Parker and Davis fublle Speaking Mr O P Jackson will address the voters of Madison county in tbe inter est of the Democratic party at Wallace ton on November 5 at 2 p m and at Kingston at C p m on the same day Everybody is invited to hear Mr Jackson What Next Paris is soon to have fre mail delivery and according to the Bourbon News the three carriers will be negroes There were six applicants of which fonr were negroes and they received the highest average in the civil service examinations The News thinks thiS a bitter pill for the young white men who applied Banq et The Haymakers are preparing to have an elegant banquet on next Wednesday nignU The members will go from the lod6e rooms about 9 oclock to the Masonic Temple where the ban quet will be served A number of toasts will be given and a very pleasant even ingisinstore for those who expect to attend rEATjJis always an interesting subject especially wnen JK you know where to find such We have everything 4in season in the grocery line t Green Vegetables all kinds of Canned Goods Fruits Candies in fact everything that can be found in a first- class grocery We call special attention to our line Jt- tI of SEEDS We handle all kinds of J FIELD AND GARDENSEEDS GIVE US A CALL t Norber uguelg Successors to E Deatherage Co Sc z 5 a AM2 CKINETTEr1CO TSI 5 to Weve so of the and all seams T and new pair if i they made for all in long run 3 150 k in at 150 nn n m An Interesting Fact More deaths occur from Kidney Dis ease than any of the other common complaints and all of them can be saved DeBells Kidney Pills euro all Kidney troubles except the last stages of Brights Disease Do not delay try a box at onceno cure no pay Re member the name DeBells price 25 and 50c For sale by B L Middel ton nov To Receive Election Returns Messrs Ferriell Woods will an the election returns on the Efie of the election at the Grand house Arrangements have been made with the Western Union Telegraph Co of which Mr Forriell is local manager to get the returns from allover the United States as well as Kentucky red hot from the wires so that the public can have the latest and earliest official reurns just as they are received in all the large cities The best of order will be maintained the Opera House will be brilliantly lighted and the price of admission will be only 25 Ladies free IWa1ts Q t Hyacinths andall if A kinds House Plants at A Richmond Greengy Telehone West Main c A Neat Frasa Bros grocery on Main street which has recently undergone some remodeling now prestnts a most attract- IVe interior Several handsome show cases together with an elegant cash register have been installed and the store presents a very inviting appearance Improvements Chief Justice A R Burnam who ex pects to move his family back to this- city the first Of the year is having handsome home on West Main street remodeled and improved Mr J F Wagers and family who have occupied theBuinam hi me have moved into- Mrs J Sped Smiths home Mr Burnam and his elegant family will re ceive a hearty welcome bak to this- city where they lived Burned to Death Willie the fouryearold daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Stevens of Red House was badly burned on last that death came Saturday to relieve her sufferings The child was left in the house with her little brother while Mrs Stevens attended to the milking and in playing around the fire her clothing became ignited and before assistance reached her she was burned beyond recovery Her parents have the sympathy of all In their fad ace dent and affliction Diet VIIlie VisltinC Here Boyd Bufflngton together with bis- motbr Mrs E B RufDngton of Fal motitli come to visit his uncle Mr A J Suit While hero thelittle who was six years old was attacked with- dipbtherla and although every thing known to medical skill was dOlloro68ve- the little life death came Friday mord lug His remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery This is the only case diphtheria that has been in this city has been very preva lent thonghout different sections of the county Every precaution In the wav- of disinfecting and on has teen used by Mr and SIrs Suit to prevent its ppread The bereaved mother hat the sympathy of our people In her loss and tie Bad finale of what promoted to h- tnctrbippy vilt to LiAr brother ti II Davh Wit entered an appear ance inthn Federal Courts for he pur pose of securing S5000 left to that illI stitution by the will of the late Henry Wood Davis of Louisville There is some doubt as to the validity of the will under the Ohio law since that document was Hot drawn up until a year lifter Mr Davis death The Col loge howeVer insist that the gift is good in law and they ask the court to require payment of the amount named Announces For Chief of follcc in this issue will be found the announcement of Mr Pete Ever ett Berry who is a candidate for the office of Chief of Police Mr Berry is tOt well known to our citizens to need an introduction lie has been a voter since 1887 and has at all times been faithful to his party He has had sev eml tall experience in the police ser vice and is ably fitted to till the impor tant office of Chief He earnestly solicits the support of every Democrat in town J of 7 B J88 so follow it so Democratic Rally The Democratic Campaign in this countywill close with a big rally In this city on Saturday In tho after noon at the court house there will be bya number of theStates foremost orators This will be fit ting finale to the campaign wbich has been marked nil along by steadyand work by different commit tees Let a large crowd come in Saturday to this rally and hear these speeches in behalf of Democracy At Lexington Beginning Frlilaay the Opera House patrons will witness somr fines hows On Friday Frederick Ward and Katherine Kidder will present Salamrobo Amelia Bingham In The Frisky Mrs Johnson will be the at traction for the matinee anti The Climbers at night On Monda that talented little star Maude Adams will appear in The Little Minister Manager Scott gives his patrons the very best attractions and these three will give theatre oers quitb a treat Made a rot The DePewBurdette Stock which scored a success closed its weeks engagement in this city on last Satur day night playing for the second time by request The Country Boy In this play Mr DePew appeared in the character of Sol the Country Boy to the fullest extent his talents as a comedian Rip VanWin kle was rendered Friday in a manner above criticism The scenery carried by this company ifr all very fine and with the strong cast they are able to produce plays of the highest order Their stay in this city was much enjoyed by theatre goers and their return will be with delight at any time BIRTHS COSBY KQWB has reached here of the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Harrv Cosby of Cauon City CQIoralol Str Cushy is nn 011 chI o while his wH wasforineiy Miss Lillie Btacfcwell of Winoho L r L 4 t t t lr cvllcca TIM FA- nd Qight Here is Ouercoat Place Biggest stock to choose from newest styles best fitting and best wearing garments 7 and youll have to long way from Foxtownf to find lower prices for like quality Lots of new RainiorShine Coats made of clothchemically treated so that it turns water yet theres no rubber nor odor of any kindjust a fine Overcoat that sheds rain like a ducks back Theyre great see them 25 our finer grades are carefully handmade and your custom tailor cannot better the fit style or L elegance at double our prices 3 It will do you good to see our Overcoats and look though our great range of styles patterns fand prices J 5 G 8 10 1250 I 18 20 225OAfl I 1 Keystone Corduroy Pants Guaranteed Not Rip never found any other Corduroys quite good as Key stone Made toughest best English Corduroy sewedwith double lockstitch full guaranteeda free rip Best pants round wear and cheapest the tc1 35O 4 Other Corduroys as low as andsome wonderful values Cassimere Pants i Tulips Narcisus Houses Appearance formerly Thursday although authorities Elsewhere Street speeches successful Lexington Saturday Company exhibiting welcomed ft travelHa All come Master Joe Sthleeels Halloween Party iome thing Extraordinary Halloween or All Hallow Even known in localities as nutcrack night and snapapple night are names applied the evening of Oct 31 This evening is tbe watch or vigil of All Saints or All Hallows day Of all nights in the year this is the one upon which supernatural influences most prevail Superstition has it that the spirits of the dead wander abroad together withI witches devils and mUchiefmukiuu elves and in some instances the spirits of living persons have the power to leave their bodies and join the ghostly crew Children born on this day pre serve through their youth the power to converse with spirits Often the latter reveal themselves to the living to warn or advise them Hence the night is the one of all nights for divination especially tp learn what kind 01 wife or hus baud ono is to have As will be seen Halloween Is a curious recrudescence of classic mythology Druidic beliefs and Christian superstitions Bearing in mind the foregoing brief description our younger readers may undeiaiaud why the guests at Master rartlwertlcorted up stairs by a ghost and en tertained by ghosts during their en tire stay at the beautiful Schlegel Villa Vhen the whiterobed ghost at the door drew the shrinking little visitors within tne weirlly lighted hall the ricene was almost past description Above the arched door way of tlie back hall glared a grinning Jnckolantern another dressed like n ghust flashed fire from a nook in one corner and yellow lanterns shed a soft golden glow upon the wealth of autumn foliage that every where bedecked the place walls stairway doorwajs etc Every room visited seemed prettier than the one preceding Cozv corners in the hall half hidden beneath tangled brancbw of sere and yellow leavesInylted thithtr the older ones present while the children hied away to the parlor sit ting room or dining room The latter was Jema perfect bower of beauty Countless autumn leaves in all colon nf the rainbow dotted the walls window curtains and table Streamers ol range crepepaper were draped gracefully from the ceiling to the four cor ners of the room Above the table tvere large Japanese lanterns the onlj illuminants of the room The wealth of autumn leaves prevailed here ar elsewhere Pumpkins were used fot Vases to noM the glorious snowy yel low and purple crysauthemums thj JreenIbeautiful Here refined art held sway Misses Edna Schlegel Dora Neff and Edna Oinnchigliaui respectively tilt ghoststory teller the gypsy fortune teller and the relretthment girl were stationed in the sitting room the fint heneath a canopy of forest leaves Misa Net in a wigwam or cornfodder stalks with the large branch of a forest tree oer spread Miss EdnaJoe seateii upon a white throne dispersing lemon ade This scene was bewitching The three pretty young girls were so com pletely disguised behind the white sheet robes that the little folks were al first frightened then puzzled and then 21108te88IPS were snowy white Mrs W E Luxon Jr and Miss Mae Wallace Ballard waited npon the table and entertained with music and games It is certain no such artistic effect wasever achieved npon such an occasion The brilliant autumn leaves of October the golden pumpkin the Japaneses lanternsall simple and easily obtainable but the touch of art inherent In the Schlegel trans formed the place into a perfect forest pceae that only artitlicould produce Over the young folks Mrs Schlegels happy spirit hovered like a benediction and when the sun sank to rest neath the amethyst sea she anti her son Jod bade all a happy good evening Omit Court The suit of Chas Soper vs David Uhenault W L Crutcher Geo WEv ans Jr Jas S Crutcher and Cabell Chenault consumed the entire of last week The above gentlemen were charged by Mr Soper with enticing hit son who was uiider age to go to Mel leo The jury returned a verdict Saturday against Cabell Chenanlt for the ser vice of young Soper in the sum of 200 The other gentlemen were exonerated by the jury on the charge of having en ticed the boy from his home LATER Monday night Special Judge Hobbs set aside the above verdict and called a special term of cot for Janu ary 3 when the case will be given an ether Jiejerrn For lIef of Police Elsewhere in this issue will be found the announcement of Mr W M Creek more for Chief of Police subject to theI action of the Democratic party Since Mr Creekmores dismissal from the United States Army in 1001 he has been in business in this city He isi brave fearless and honorable as his certificate of dismissal shows During his service he was a member of Co A Hth Infantry U S Volunteers He was a member of Gen Tawton8 expedition also of Gen Funtons expedi tion and others of equal importance He has the character and bearing that go to make up a splendid officer and if elected Mr Creekmore promises to use his every effort in the discharge of his duties Something or Hadisonians to be Proud Of Very few people realize that right here in our own county is one of the richest deposits of clay to he found any where People who visited the Worlds Fair this year were much attracted to and highly pleased with the beautiful archway in the Mines and Metalurgy building This arch was made from Waco clay and Hon 0 L Searcy has just received official notice that this arch has been awarded the gold prizeover everything of this kind Mr Searcy representing tho Waco Mining and Manufacturing Company furnIsh- ed the clay and the Winkle Terra Cotta Company of St Louis mixed anti turned the clay and made the arch that carried off the honors resides this one specimen quite a number of our clay products were on exhibition including samples of roof tiling the best In the wprld front pressed brick etc The brick were pronounced by both tile German and French Commissioners and experts to be as good as could be made in any country in the world These bricks were made from this same Waco clay by Chlstom Boyd and Company of Chicago This is tne second prize awarded to this clay the other one being at Philadel phia In 1876 fllr Searcy is busy this week putting one of his splendid tiling roofs on Col J WCapertons home near town and he has the contract to put a roof on Judge Poynters home in Frankfort With such a deposit in our very midst we should feel prouder than evei of our county An immense fortune is in store for any company of expert clay men who will take hold this deposit and develop it as it should be The Waco Mining and Manu fact uring Company have been making bricks drain and roof tiling but only in a small way Such a rich deposit deserves to have a modern plant with expert men hold of it and the result would be the largest clay manufactur ing center in Kentucky anti an im mense fortune is in store for any com pany who will manage it right The Youths Companion In 1905 It is impossible even to summarize in a single paragraph the many and varied attractions which The Youths Companion announces for the comln year interIAmercans who look directly to thE soil for their subsistence will treat oh New Fields for Young Farmers ThE Sanitation of the Farm The Future oT American Cotton How Women Make Money on the Farm etc Seven serial stories and 250 shod stories by the most talented and popular American writers of Fiction wil form part of the contents of the non volnmn for 1005 Full Illustrated Announcement de scribing the principal features of Th Companions new volumn for 1005 wit be sent with sample copies of the pape to any address free SThe new subscriber who sends fl7J now for a years subscription to Th Companion receives free all the fssue ofJThe Companion for the remalnin weeks of 1904 also The Companin Carnations Calendar for 1905 lithographed in twelve Colors and gold The Yeuhs domaiion 144 lerid4t i atoin I14 c Boots and ShoesSoon as it rains and the old shoes spring a leak youll be looking out for the best place to fit your feet up for the winter All the best kinds are here v HANANS FLORSHEIM WALKOVER AND OTHER FINE DRESS SHOES I anda great assortment of heavy High Cut Shoes at 150 to 4 Bootees and Lace Boots at 3 50 to 5 Rubber Boots Felt Boots CalfBoots Stoga Boots tand Overshoesthe largest and most complete stock v ofmens and boys footwear in Madison county 4 andwell save you money on every pair Try us ra i COVINCTON AND BANKS i IDiseased Kidneys Fatal- A tree treatment for Kidney trouble Cut this out and we will for 30 days onlv send you a full size box DeBells Kidney Pills absolutely free This is the only positive cure and we want vou and the world to try them if afflicted Only one coupon honored Send at once to C W Beggs Sons Co Chicl1 o For sale by B L Middelton nov Joint Religious Debate According to a dispatch sent to the Louisville Times from Taylorsville Ky Rev J W McOarvey principal of Madison Institute will be in a tour days debate at Chaplin Ky with Rev J J Pickett a prominent Methodist Evangelist The debate began yester day and aa above stated will continue for four days Four different subjects will be discussed and the debate will attract large numbers of ministers from both Methodist and Christian denomin ations Rev J W McGarvey is the son of Rev J W MsGarvey for years President of the Bible College of Kentucky University and of course is a strong believer in the faith expounded by Alexander Campbell The Rev Pickett was for a number of years a teacher of theology in Asbnry College a Methodist institution located at Wil more Ky and is what is known as a Sanctificationist A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove 111 Itdeveloped a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin eruptions and Piles 25c at R C Stocktons drug store 1m Dont Blame the Cook I SatisfactoryI 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 of meats atjprices you pay for inferior meats If you are not a customer ours us a trial and the question of how to always get goodmeat will be solved We also wish to announce that our Hog Killing departm nt 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 CultoniA Telephone 125 Main Street D 6 16 i i1 ti- ii 1I F3 9 6 iJ ih 6 iJ fIJ1 Ii 1J The season for fall business is now on and at the very beginning of the season Owen McKee comes to you with jgj a line of uptodate seasonable merchandise that should Irr LHhelp you to buy fall goods at saving prices iiiij IFiWo are thinking all the tice and we do not think anything but merchandise your needs and how we can supply them for little money This is your chance to lay in new fall goods at saving j prices prices that are absolutely unmatchable Special prices on first quality H Bed Blankets Comforts r IEiA very handsome tnffed Comfort both sides made from a fine sUIte in a series of new elaborate floral designs in handsome colorings laminated cotton filled entire Comfort knotted with zephyat Ij- L3 El Silver Fleece Wool Blanket in white with colored borders and checks in blue and white and pink and whlte at 1991 499Giilimi 1I Ll Sensational Counterpane Bargains 1J Marsailles Counterpanes in blue and white 199 Marsailles Counterpanes in pink and white 199 J3- ii EJ Mercerized Damask Linen Table Covers cne of the greatest selling lines of Damasks ever put on the market Being mercerized they have that scft silky finish usually found in damasks at 450 H Squares and jjcarrg retailing at 75c and 89o Snappy bargains Belts Purses Fancy Stocks Collar frtJ and Cuff Sets Baby Caps Fancy Veils Luxene Ribbons in desirable fall shades browns blues cardi JjI nals etc etc j 6 goodhiTus and send your early fall mall orders to i3 1L JIrFJJ9 i1I J L JE DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS kc I tJL1 COftFIRTMAINL I u t rA MANLESS LAND PQ R LANDLESS MAN 9 6 =rlIC t 1itnit for him Whk4 trkIge iN Mmlsrd because he culti a liighprictxl farm Thern ire vast tracts J In The Great Southwest within Hues proW of farms in he high st state of cultivation Jwhiih r pr Clcnlly inuti less Iud ca be siuredat onelifth to Jonet uih the uiHket price per arre of an Old State farm Writo or illustrated literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma or Texts JRoundto any Southwestern point every in Spt mbor and the first a Tuesdayj Tuesdays in October and GPO H Lee H I McGuire JGen Pass Agt Dist Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Cincinnati Ohio There is nothing like Good FLOUR0 Every housewife every cook knows that Good t2akes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had s Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of MadisonMADE BY THE Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY lmF7FX7lf1 T7N 7 7 Autumn stocks resplendent throughout the store and buying en m thueiftem much in evidence Silk drese goods and fabrics in varieties ample to satiety the moot fastidious IOur Hfftreut sectIons I eep fully abreast tunes The reputation acquired I50rsupremacy in tlieee lines is splen 7 didly maintained this season Ageort 1mttHttJloin greater fabrics richer styles more fascinating than ever Lot us ffi1IUe to prospective buyers that they soeks as soon as possible TIe visit will give them knowledge Forfashions befit and of the VHstnws of the selections here made for choosing + i While and Gibson LEAST F ffi7J A ffi 71 TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY neoflIoRATBD 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 facilities unsur passed AMES F CA9WEIL J W HUNTER J3 r I fi nitL r j Buy COAL Now Everything in the COAL situation points to higher price and it will pay you well to place your orders NOW either for temprary purposes or for the winter and while youre getting COAL you might as well order from the Beattyville and thus avoid any uncertainty about Quality Quantity or Price The Beattyvllle guarantees aU three Beattyville Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr J84 Yards Aspen ave ITel c w f c fifE 81 t2 THAT FITThat is the kind we makers We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods lWe can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock is complete We can furnishyanything is gents furnish logs Give us a calLjiwe can please you both with gopds and prices SioufferaMahler S MERCHANT TAILORS d Conbuoett1 Sili- J W Murray s Assignee Plff against Jas T Murray Ac Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1004 in the above style cause the un dersigned will o- nThursdayNovJO04 between the hours of 10 oclock a in and 12 oclock m on the premises inaMadison coanty Ky proceed to ex pose to public sale to the highest and bout bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract of Land and the appurtenances thereon in Madison county Ky on the vaters f Paint Lick creek bpundedon the north bv James T on south by George Pullins on the east by Harry Tribble and on the west by Jaives T Murray and bein ta portion of the land conveyed to J L McCarley by Alyab Pullins Sr and by said McCarley to J W Murray and being about six acrep more or less Said land will be as a whole to satisfy the debt of S E Scott of l305 bind 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 months The purchaser will he required to give bond with ap proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal in terest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid Purchaser will be given possession of said prop erty on January 1 1905 on compliance with terms of sale S H THORPE M C M C 0 Eoiiisioiiel Sale D S Harber fcc Plff against B MIRO c Bit Notice of Sale 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 un dersigned will o- nSaturday Nov 5t 04 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 11 oclock a m on the premises in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain House and Lot of Ground described as Lot No4 Block B in Powells Addition to ihe city of Richmond Ky and is located on the south side of Broadway street Said lot fronts sixty 60 leet on Broad way and runs back an equal width throughout about one hundred and fiftytwo 152 leet to a ten foot allev Plot 01 Powells Addition to the city of Richmond Ky is made a part of this description This property is sold to satisfy and pay the debts of Nancy Ann Harber deceased First a lein debt of Henley liaden of 2000 and interest and any other debts against said estate This ia a splendid residence property and located on one of the best residence streets in the city of Richmond Ky with good improvements TERMSSale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal in terest from day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid Possession of propertv will be given purchaser on January 1 1905 on com pllance with terms of sale S H THORPE M CtI 00 tomissionsfs Sale W H Hurleys Heirs rIffs against W H Hurleys Heirs Dfis Notice of Sale in Equity Bv virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1004 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Monday Nov 7t 04 about the hour of 11 oclock a m at the Court House door in Richmond Madison county Ky being November county court day proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and heel bidder the following described property yiz A Tract of Land containing 108 acres situated in Madi son county Ky on Owsleya Fork of Red Lick creek and adjoining the lands of Cal East John James Benge Joe Lewis and the Mallory Springs property as shown by and survey filed herein by S Parrishsur veyor on June 20 1904 Or a sufficient quantity thereof to be laid off on that part adjoining the Jas Benge land to produce the sum of 31757 the amount of money so order ed to be made and the costs hereo- fTEItMSSale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give ap proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from the day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money in paid S E SCOTT Special Commissioner M C C IOLD 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 poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5I Ijugs 260 5 l bottles 3 ItallonOrders WILEY SEARCY Prop Old roe Distillery MoBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky Wire tenet I am agent for the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence willcall on or address- J D LONG ayllOl tvr Bichmon Ky Kidneys Cured Free For 30 days we agiviog absolutely Iree a fullslse box of DeBells Kidney Pills to any sufferers It is an absolute cure rind we want the world to know Its wonderful results Delay may mean death Gut this out and mall to C WJBeggB Sons Co Chica go 111 For sale by B L Middellon oct ual5vGreen Gentrys Admr Dft Against Florence Gentry Etc Plff Notice of Sale In Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale ol the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1904 in the above style cause the undersigned will o- nSATURDAY NOV 12 04 between the bourn of 11 oclock a m tid 1 oclQck p ill ou the premises in Madison connty Ky proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tractor parcel of land in Madison county Ky situated near the village of Dovlesville Said tract of land is bound edo l the east by Mose Hisle on the south by John Griggs on the west by Mrs Lanter and on the north by Harry Crawford and containing 83 acres more or less This land will be sold as a whole to ay first the line debt interests and costs of D M Chenault towit 1 62 68 and any other debts due by said Green Gentry deceased TERMS Sale will be made on a cieditof six and twelve months The purchaser will he required to give bond with approved sec llty for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Jude ment bearinir legal interest from the lay of sale wih a Lien reserved uron said property until all the purchase money is paid S H THORPE Master Commissioner M G C Public Renting Mcran Farm on Silver Creek Madison county Ky Thursday Nov 10 at 10 oclock a m on the premises No 165758 Xcrcs on the north side of Silver Creek at the junction of the Richmond Lancaster and Mill Grove pike 110 acres to go- Incorn 10 acres logo in tobacco 117 acres in meadow the balance in grass Twostory brick residence two tenant houses barns orchard two cisterns and all necessary outbuildings Ijts c No 210 1U Acres Morans mill property including reslIdence barn etc and water mill attach steam No 3 273H5 Acres Fouth side of Silver Creek at junction of Lancaster and Berea pike Bluegrass sod To be leased for three years 100 acres to go in hemp for two years then in wheat and gratis 10 acres to go in tobacco the balance to remain in Bluegrass Lessee to fence cultivated land we furnish post timber No tJt5 Tlcres South side of Silver Creek and east of grassThe is under firstclass fence Abundance of running water and ponds Lessee to give notes with approved security payable at end of year Possession given January 1905 For further information apply to MRS JENNIE B MORAN Silver Greek Ky W R Shackelford AJt- Richmond Ky Public Sale I will sell privately my farm 4j miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike known as the Jas Farley place containing 245 acres with nice six room dwelling and three barnsgooil fencing apple orchard and plenty ol water This is one of the best farms in Madison cotintyand 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 for Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied bv Mr T A Robinson tf Mi j3 Laura R Bright itraytd Black sow white on forehead weight about 150 pounds came to my place about 4 weeks ago Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges Pleas Benton 28ep4t Richmond Ky Residence for Farm I desire to exchange my residence on the Snmmitt fora small farm Residence contains six good rooms nice yard and garden water works and all conveniences Call on or address K J McKee Notice To the legal voters of KirJxrille Mal tuial District of Maditon county Notice is hereby given that a petition signed hy more than twenty voters of the Kirksvilln Magisterial District of Madison county Ky has been filed in tho County Court of Madison county asking n submission of the question whether cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said district and the County Court of said county has asked to direct the 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 willofthe voters of said district uPon the said question whether or not they shall permit cattle or any species there of to run at large in said district and notice is hereby given that polls in said district will be open upon said general election day to take the vote upon the said question Polls will be precinctsOn petition in County i ourt It is ordered that the foregoing no tice be published in at least four issues of the Richmond Climax twenty days before the regular election in Novem ber 1904SOctober term Madison County Court October 3 1904 5oct4t N B TURPIN J M 0- ceiIa Diamonds c Watches Cockscr All kinds of Jewelry v andPreciotzsStonesof rThese are SOme of thettCI be 10unrt at Lanes Jewelry Store If watch or clocyrtJfuse to go take them to Lane he ringr Vtoo thatVetabJlshm o t go c 0iiiLanec0 L3v d Ei WHEN BABY iS COMING US- EMothers Friend Womans greatest dream of beauty and glory is when nature has chosen to become a mother Every faculty is keenly alert as she foresees the joy ambition success and thelifelong satisfaction com nearer day by day in the dear and innocent being so soon to see light and the uncertainty whether she shall see a sweet girl or a brave boy face beside hex expectancyMothers throughout pr will relieve the pain of parturition andno mother and can fail to be healthy hearty strong clear blooded anti mutuallyiafiuenced great liniment MOTHERS FRIEND Buy of druggists roo per bottle Our treatise Motherhood mailed free tilE BRAOFIELD BECULATOB CIl AUata to M +CALL AT +44 + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing- of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssS Phone 3 Second St D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY DETTAL SCRGEBY OT OaeTM t OnSOT DEITIST OF LODISVtLLB KY BuildingIchmSndn07l7ly V M Blanton DENTIST WOffice iti Bennett Building Uanly TELEPHONE 196 gHrsEOYanceDO Osteopathic Physicians Hobson Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE l Graduates Southern School of Ostheopatny Thg the aIe Mr S S Carrier and son who con duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having an immense fire saU ridicnlousl3low9000 bushels ofcoal at 9 cia per bushel A full line of groceries and other mer chandise all new and fresh coffee lOde per Ih and npi calico 6c work slur s 25 to 50c ready made garments hzitt fashions We also have meal fl nr corn feed hay seeds and locust cedar oak and chestnut posts any length fo sale Also clothing tinware clockf and watches No rent to pay and pr clerks to pay are reasons why we cat offr things at such low prires We pll j cash for all kind of produce Give us call 22Jnn 6m TWO BLUE GRASS Farms for Sale I have in my hands for sale the fol countyThe W Smith the first known as the Huguely place and containing about 270acres place is well fenced watered and is in good condition in hery way haying thereon a dwelling and all necessa ry outbuildings one large barn and everal small ones large young orchard cistern and everything that goes to IcrCfInThe second known as theOrr place and adjoins tract No1 and contains about 438 acres residence good fenc lug cistern barn orchard and well watered 100 acres In cultivation and grassBoth are on turnpikes and are in onehalf mile of and one anti one half miles from church postofficeThis 88 land in a good com munity and Is a money maker to the particularsL P EVANS 14eep9t Richmond Kv Elegant Home For SaleI will offer for palo privately the homo formerly occupied by James Tevis deceased situated near the L KySaid5 12 Acres of Land witha ond two storv frame recdence of eight rooms In firstclass repair goodcistern and all necessary out everythingdesiring to examine the property the undersigned will tatpleasure ia showing same H R TEVIS a RICHMOND K Y Wo have never shown a larger stock runsboutar box lii r aillOparfltlltult hF dfiiHH iinoes rIftS bt rub r n v jd utiu JTor fir sdeItimjtauuJUarjjtt Works 8 L Midkiff Pttr tj IDftESS Jiondon Craze NAMrNa Taken LATESTFADITailors Is pant Among A late London who knows to a Philadelphia Record man Is the naming of particular dresses In ones wardrobe The dress pokers began it but now the wearers Df the creations are taking It up- i The First KIss as originally put put by a maker was of white so far as the color scheme went with edgings and ends of the stuff tipped with rose leaf shaped bits of crimson but whether these dashes of red were intended to suggest lips or not I do not know A Dream of Paradise was trimmed with filmy lace through which ran tiny threads of silver with an occasional silver bead Now many gowns are being named by the women who order them sometimes after s male friend and sometimes to suggest a sentiment appropriate to the occasion on which they are to be worn Second Thoughts for Instance was the name given to a severely plain gray costume ordered by a lively widow upon returning to London just lifter attending a house party where the doings were so gay as to cause almost a scandal The Idea Is that the mood of the wearer Is suggested In the name of the costume and the name Is more or less suggestive In Its style and appearance I havent yet heard of anybody ordering a Divorce Suit yet but that may come BUGS RAISE LAND VALUES English Fanner Bealizes an Average of 2000 a Year from the Sola of Bare Insects All entomologists know that rare butterflies or moths recur again and again in due season in one small farm of a very few acres and yet will not be found in any other spot In England for 100 miles round though a vast for tune were offered for a single sped men says London TitBits To such a favored spot ardent entomologists will flock and will pay a fee to be allowed to hunt for the Insect Itself or for 118I caterpillar or chrysalis In one case a Lincolnshire farmer has realized a small fortune upon a dismal swamp meadow surrounded by dikes and small willow trees for In this field specimens of the gorgeous Camber well beauty butterfly have been found when they have been almost nonex- Istent elsewhere- Only lately some acres of sedge were burnt In the district known as Wick ham Fen and every entomologist in the land Is mourning the fact for in this locality Insect specimens have been found that were thought to have died out in England There Is one small plantation at the edge of a con siderable forest that solely through the insects found there brings in to the owner an average of 2000 a year The actual value of the land Is only a- very few pounds LARQESTSTEAMBOATCARQO It Consists of 46000 Tons of Coal Loaded on Flatboats and Lashed to Vessel One of the largest cargoes ever handled by a single steamboat was sucesifullj maneuvered down the Ohio and Missis sippi rivers from Louisville and dis tributed below VIcksburg by the towboat Sprague It consisted of 46000 tons of coal loaded In 46 huge wooden flat boats all lashed tightly together and to the steamer The tow covered an area of five acres and was as large as half a dozen Atlantic liners side by aideFew persons who have not actually seen the massive tows which descend the rivers from Plttsburg to New Orleans have an adequate idea of the magnitude of the steadily Increasing commerce which Is there carried on or of the cargoes which are handled by the shallow draft sternwheel steamers Along the rivers of western Pennsylvania and West Virginia the 1000ton wooden barges are loaded and made up Into rafts When the river Is high enough to give good coalboat watera clear channel of 11 feet or morethese are rushed out of the shallower part of the Ohio and gathered along the bank either above or preferably below the falls at Louisville If the river Is very high the tows are made up at Plttsburg New Automatic Compass M Belt a French Inventor has devised a new type of compass which Is of an automatic nature The direction of the compass by this arrangement li automatically registered minute by mlnune so that by consulting the chart the ships officers can ascertain the route traversed at any time during the passage The compass card Instead of having at Its center an agate resting on fixed steel point is fixed on steel pivot which rests on a fixed agate The latter Is Immersed In a drop of mercury which serves to conduct the current of electricity that makes the registering movements of the apparatus possible Emigrants Like America nest Of the 2500000 emigrants of German nationalitywho left the fatherland dur- Ing the 33 years since the formation of the empire 907 per cent came directly to the United States With all the efforts that have been made to stimu late emigration to Brazil and to the German colonies In Africa and Asia It has dwindled to a meager fragment Need More of Ber Kind The sermon of a woman street preacher in Chicago one Sunday recently caused Charles Floethe a habitual crim inal to surrender himself to the police and request that he be punished There cannot be too much of that sort of street preaching In Chicago IWine of Cardui Cured Her I 213 South Irior Street ATLANTA GA March 21 1903 I suffered for four months with extreme nervousness and lassitude I had a sinking feeling in my stomachwhich no medicine seemed appetiteIity In three weeks I lost fourteen pounds of flesh and feltthat I must myhealth myfriendscertainly rery pleased with the results Within three days my appetite returned and my stomach me no more I could digestmy food without difficulty graduallydminished utdifficultyaljdI i1 el1 woman OLIVE JOSEPH ieM Atlanta rTt31 ylgat Cieb Secure it Dollar Bottle of Wine of Cardui Today l tr ji Hor Sale Property advertised under this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or address The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1 No3 No5 No 6 No7 No8 No A twoitoryframe residence contain ing 8 rooms and two halls In Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 KM less than original cost Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal borne could not be found These residences will be sold at a bargain 1120 will bay a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres 300 residnce barn and other outbuild tags Price S4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other Im provements In fine locality Price 2500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other i nprove ments Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price S1600 No 10 No 11 No 13 No 14 No 16 No17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 NQ 28 No 30 No 31 No 32 No 33 No 34- Jll1nlce Price rz1 rour cottages on nice street well iprored Price 1000 each ood cottage in firstclass condition Isterd etc Price 500 flee residence containing seven ooms in resident portion of ctly Large yard and garden and all necessary outbuildings Price 3000 lood lot suitable for business loose can be bought cheap l four room cottage and seven acres nAnd five acres in grass and two In garden good orchard And grape arbor all necessary out building This property is situated in thriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms and cellar In best portion of city Lot MxtfO feet Price 12603- twostory residence In good neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet AU necessary outbuilding Price 38011 I nice residence for anyone desir log an ideal home One cf the best constructed tmi1dins In Richmond well improved Price 2200 Two lots 120x160 feet in good neigh borhood Price 700 Cottage on a nice resident street xmtiiining four rooms and necessary outbuildings Cnn be put chased on the installment plan A great bargnin atSll00 Will paint residence for purchaser- An Ideal cottage tot five rooms beautiful yard and nil necessary outballdlngslnolndlng toad stable and cistern Price 1200 Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser N tea resident on a 4acre lot con taming seven rooms and two porches situated in best re Ideno portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out build ings A great bargain for anyone JeHlringa time home Farm containing 90Jf 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 ad othpr necessary outbuildings Locality heat In county Flour and grist mill Anderson county 83barrel capacity Build Ing in 3 stories covered with iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the latter three months of the year It is an tiptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt 14 acres with the mill includ ing whut is with the house of S rooms All for O or 5500 for the mill and the 14 acres Onehalf cash Rae fine trade No mill in tOmllea Also SOhnrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Sit river Steam power new uptodate in even- particular and good dwelling with improvements and 20 acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price 9000 Also acres of Florida land in Mannvilrt on railroad Street throueh place leaving 5icres on one side with 2story 5roon house and oranges cache pears plum grape benrirg and 8 acres on other side with 6room ttory house oranges peaches pears plums grapes etc all for JWilO or the 6 seres for 1800 or the I acres for 1100 handsome twostory frame dwel Ins containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and codwater basement under entire house good yard and all necessary outbuild ines UPS location in Richmond for boarding house 148 acres Mercer cnnntv farm in 2yards of pike 5 room 2storv house tenant bon ts large barn abundant water 7000 acres in 3 miles of Hnrrodsbnn on pike good land 10 room blek residence excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc MS per acre 207 acre at Bnrgin Meirer county line hemp and tobacco land good eslrtence excellent barn fine running water PrIce JS5 an acre As good at coy Sloo land Nice twostory residence on one the principal residence streets fit Illihmond Nice Yard garden and sary outbuildings Great bargain GramPastureMixturer FOR FALL SOWING A combination of Wheat Barley Rye and Winter Turf Oats Yields the largest amount of Winter and Spring grazing fine for soil improving or can be cut for bay Sow lit bushel per acre Price per bushel SLOI 5 bushel and aver 9fle per bushel 50 bushel 85c per bushel SACKS INCLUDED Wecarrr the most complete assortment cf all seeds sIr Seed Wheat Barley Rye Wlntsr Turf Oats Crass Clover and Forage Crops The finest quality Seeds are always sold under our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds Write lot our large free Catalog No 55 WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY For Sale Privately I will sr privately my lions ndlot on Hight street Good cistern and all necessary outbildings Plentyof fruit For particulars see 16jtf Alfred Douglas Sr The Jl B Parrish School of Phoit ographv Hobson Building La eat in struction Positions secured tor pupjls tl For Sale Nice lot on Fourth street 47x12 fet For particulars call at this office oct2iltf Coach Excursions lvny OayFridayiJd TO St Louisvia E5OSWWorlds Fair Route 8RqUND TRIP IfJ Cincinnati Ohio Good on all Trains Return Limit 7 days Ask your local agent for time of traiifs Illustrated World Fair folder hom avid hoarding howse guide RAil Fair jround plri folder or ad du AIOJJiQ l More Heat = Less Coal I works on scientific principles the coal is fed from underneath the gases pass thro the flame instead of arising from it and are consumedand 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 Squeeze Out All the of coal up the chimney the hot air go andsmoke are combustibleif the is to com bustionThe PeckWilliamson Undetfeed Furnace have you call at our where these Furnaces are on exii bition t t t t t Arbuckle Simmons Agents for PeckWilliamson Heating Ventilating Co 337 5thst Cincinnati 0 Richmond 0 Ky Very Cheap Rates via S Illinois Central Railroad g LOUISVILLE TO 1520 New OrleansT sold 15 20 13 60 Jackson MissNovember 15 good returning J4 30 ViclsburgMissC- orrespondingIr stopovers to intermediate pointsround trip Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Disc Corn Disc Disc Plows Disc 1 A hqvels Back your Dont ought to house proper means insure store Sole West lckets Low Roundtrip Rates in effi on first and third in each to the Territory For through rate tickets and free copies of folders descriptive of and Orleans apply to nearest railroad or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky LI RIBLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsaprsolyr rPhone 85 D B SHAGKELFORD S CO Tiger Planters Hamilton Corn Planters Tiger Harrows Hamilton Disc Harrows Tornado Harrows Tiger Cultivators Brown Cultivators Oliver Chilled Sanders Plows Malta Double Shovels Double Collars BiiitiOJsv Bridles and flames heatvalue send that thro Gases takeu Special Tuesday month Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Oklahoma and Texas rates California New agent very Q K Steel Range Miller Steel Range Willard Steel Range Radiant HmeSteelRange Hagan Gasoline Engine Advance Steam Engine Cutting Boxes Griss Mills Fecd Mills XUorn Shellers Hay Forks Shovels and Picks Double Trees Lock Hinges andBolts More Things than Letters in this Paper Call and See for Yourself b1 B1Sha keliord Co 1 r l