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Digital page images are linked to the text file. q p Q THE RICHMOND CLIMAX I- 17 VOLUME 31RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1904 NUMBER 25 IPHONE 80 F F 7I 71- I money know our Goods F loaded money for the stock all before We were bar j gains a cordial our the of Goods Waistings u so prices much lower than and 5 6 14 7 128 12 71 L and are better values than ever before j kinds at rock j Underwea Blankets at to the See Mercerized Petticoats at 49 75 24 to 7 tCloaks and HunsI II 11 i4 Overcoats I i and rich Save exoming buyirg that Suit or Overcoat or boy You make a you Raincoats at 10 tI2511l hold to that old idun that a store carry best factory lines to bad You cannot buy ter than the D M Jones Fine S oes nt f2 to 3 0 Plummers Little Shops childwn have no The J E n ut Slz Royal Blue Shoes for 35O to 5 Ie 4J cmtort we it pJir you s tiifaction to plea e I AND HAMILTON F 1 iLi 71ffi F 71 4 7 How Keep WarmI Is of the that will confront people as is upon us The surest way to a comfortable is to one of celebrated from i 111 IC TAYLOR flcpsuperb line of and Heaters is any in Central You find there also a stock of Farming Utensils g and other that be in a firstclass hardware store Also agents for the Wagons II Ayer Pills Want moustache or beard brown or Use in the one you feel or They act di on the BUCKINGHAMS DYE run Ta or nuuukn oa r urn co ituuci L u YOR- KCLIPPERI8THEUREATETT- HEATRICAL PAPER IN 400 Per Single ID SAMPLE ISSUED QUEEN PUB CO Ltd LEERr J BORIS 47 nr2STnSTMKwYoKr E C WINES DRUG STORE We determined to you I We are determined you the Merits Every department in our is with the best that can ate to offer pricesciWe are carrying 2 much in lines than ever jj never prepared to offer greater now extend to you invitation to call and see us jj Let Show the quality of goodsthe price will do talking + IOurline Silks Dress were never complete and at elsewhere Flannelettes Outings I lOc offered All of Cotton fabrics prices Hosiery Quilts etc prices please s2 our 125 and Dress Skirts 75c astonihinglylowSuts and Boots Shoes money our line before for yniir self mistake unless see our Dont logic general cannot sell SHOES We the be bet for Ladies Watson Red Schonl House for equal and men cannot lXcdled for style ant We wilt assure Your LACKEY r 7J To one questions soon our fall weather keep house purchase the heaters A whose Stoves uneqiaed by house Kentucky will onmplen Gutter articles should found solt Old Hickory il your abeautiful black GOOD Keep them house Take when bilious dizzy rectly liverfcwlrMS0 NEW SHOW THE WORLD Year Copy Cis WEEKLY COPY FREE FRANK PUBLISHERS uJGx + +are make shall of store completely goods buy larger than We Us You etc bottom customer 98c by famous Tya IATTORNEYS ATTOHKKTATLAW RICHMOND KKNTOOKT Office n the Barnara Building next door to inner8 National Bank teb3ly IS L ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffice over State Bank Trust Co op xwite Court House on Slain Street 0 11 M OHENAULT- ATORNEY8ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry k Thomas drug store DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in th Dr Hobson building MalnStreet a I DRLANDMAN lot l Glyndon Wednesday flovlP 1904 For Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial Massage and all kinds of toilet req uisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to Pigffs grocery on Main street SOatf For Sale A Bixyearold combined horse 11 hands high perfectly gentle For price eta call on G J White Son Ooct tf Roger Williams Cijrars Frasa Itros For Rubber Stamps call at this office u I r ilt- I I FURNITURE I THWinter Js now aIprIacIliTlK and it is now time for fall c1ennngswabts tomethignew to brighten up the dreary Hays come A piec ol new Furniture a pretty Picturptpr I IEIICryousewu6 handle all kinds fhonso furnishing goods frbmutho to the massive Bed Room Suites 7 V lint of Plcturesy all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampers IOurit largbyine of odd Recking Chairs and everything that will a home cozy andcbinfortabte IfCoine and inspect our big stock Special attention Is called to our Undertaking Department LWSOLDIIAM L IiI u Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashioned remedy for con sumption Eat plenty of porkwas the advice to the consumptive 50 andioo years ago Salt pork is good ifa man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Porkis too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and his a special action on tli2 diseased lungs A sample will be sen t free upon request Be tat t picture in the rn a label B on the raN of cvwy bottle of you buy IBOWNE 409 Pearl St N Y Sac and Sri all druggists or catItir elegant office rooms either nineU ir eii Kiiitft John G TatyKir Son IRmvtf Tvlpplione 202 i Perfect fled O- peilTheOwen Davenport and Bed Com bined Only Davapport made which contain a genuine beiSlepArnlo bed spring remov ableinittren all concealed In the back Bed made np In the morning Yeady for use It your dealer doe sot carry it send direct Write for catalog The D TJ Owen Company 14 fleiiii ave CLEETINDOMW JI tiIj i IMPS BECOME MODERNIZED Islanders Readily Adopt Customs of the West Kissing Not Generally Understood If you but try to look at a tiny hand of any girl in a welltodo family of pres ent day Japana hand coming out of a scarlet lined sleeveyou will easily find a Jeweled ring or rings on her fingers Jewels we had none before but we prize them just the same As to the wearing of rings even gentlemen are often seen with a thick gold ring made out of an old Japanese coin called koban The study of the introduction of a new custom is interesting says the London Times In the case of snow white pillows they were first used In hospitals where we adopted everything from the west as it was We did not have sheets for our beds along with that but clean ness recommended Itself to the Japan ese and the custom was readily followed by those who took a fancy to itAs to kissing It is rather delicate to touch on but it cannot be dismissed with a general statement that In affection and love the Japanese are outwardly undemonstrative AH depends upon circumstances Generally speaking we shun the eyes of the public to be demon strative or to seek the occasion when pracIbut no one who knows about it would wonder if a young couple of modern Japan should take to it to express their loveBIRDS IMITATE ANIMALS Ostrich Leads the Ornithological Set by Mimicking Boar of the Lion The roar of the ostrich resembles the roar of the lion because the ostrich stole from the lion this sound even as one playwright steals from another a plotAn ornithologist made that odd asser tion In a taxidermists shop He went on to elaborate it as follows says the Washington Post Birds from the ostrich down are imi tative The ostrich where he lives alone Is silent but In a country where lions abound he roars Why Because for centuries admiring the majesty and grandeur of the lions roar he gradually learned to roar himself Believe me it hislittleBntlngs imitate pipits and greenfinches Imitate yellowhammers They seek andtheySomejaysonly the whoooo of the kite the scream owlbutnightingaleImitatessong I have often heard the tipslpslssis of the woodwarbler and the bububub ble of the nuthatch NO GIRLS IN THIS FAMILY Tor Generations Back Every Child Born in Hoesch Household Has Been Male A remarkable condition in the family of Capt Roesch master of the barken tine Wrestler is reported to exist Female children are absolutely unknown to the men of the family According to a story told by Capt Roesch for gen erations back every child born to the family has been a male Capt Roesch of the Wrestler is one of four brothers He has three children and all of them are boys One of his brothers had 14 childrenAllalso married and have families but in every instance the children have been males In no recent Instance has a fe theRoeschremarkable phenomenon has existed for generations in his family He says that it had come to be a family tradition thata girl child is never born to the name of Roesch ASK TIPS FACING DEATH InTwo Instinces in Which Lives Were Being Lest Coin Was Without DemandedI Money is so hardly earned by the parisI- an workman and workwoman and ex Istence is such a struggle that we need not wonder at the deadly tenacity with which earnings are clutched at When- someyearsagothe Opera Comlque blazed amid a scene awful as that of a battlefield the women attendants thought of their tips the halffranc duo here and there Iota footstool Unmindful of their own peril and that of others they rushed to and fro besieging halfsuffocated moneyAterrible catastrophe on the Paris under ground railway last year Although the delay of a few seconds might mean life or death many workmen refused to move from the crowded station clamoring for twopennyticket Biggest Pee Paid Stenographer thobiggestare 100000 out ofa celebrated piece of litigation In Pennsylvania some years ago that Involved somo 14000 theIAddition to Mexicos Navy Recently two modern gunboats were added to the fleet which for the present gunboatsat Ellzabethtown N Jj and two simi otfA Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J H Orner Franklin Grove III ItdevelopedastnbbornnlceruuyleldinK to doctors and remedies for four years Thou Bncklens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Krnptions and Plies 2a at R C Stocktons drug eiore 1m farm ot 325 Acres For Rent 70 acres good corn land 75 to lO auresmeadow balance in Brass This pIco is well watered For fuztIer par ticulars call at tlii office f F tsaIe My house l6ted on Wet Main street coutaIiIiii seven rooms and four acres of JawK Aptly to 12octtf CijPieK tenl1toIJII ri COR MAIN FIRST 1 nIGood Health to the ehildren Children especially are fond of dainties and the housekeeper must look carefully to their food As good cake can be made only with goodeggs so also a cake that is healthful as well as dainty must be raised with a pure and perfect baking powder Royal Baking Powder is indispensable in the preparation of the highest quality of food It imparts that peculiar lightness sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake biscuit doughnuts crusts etc andwhat is more important renders the foodwholesome and agreeable to young and old ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK PROFESSIONS LEAVE MARKS Life Work pearly Always Shows It self in Some Peculiarity That of the Violinist The observation has been made in the New Orleans TimesDemocrat that you can tell a violinist by the fact that he carries his head on one side So too you can tell the cornetist as a rule by the peculiar pucker of his lip The up per lip is generally drawn in the center and is inclined to stick out just a little beyond the normal line Cavalrymen if in service long enough have bow legs and will generally stand with their feet some distance apart as If making room for a horse between their legs The painter generally has the mark of the palette pole on his thumb The pianist has big hands Men and women who scrub floors generally have big knees whence we get the medical term housemaids knee These are only lIomeIof the ways we have of telling man does and I may add these are thaI easier ways Of course there are many callings In the world which make it easy to class persons who follow them if we are the least bit observant We know the judge for instance by his measured speech and the dignity he as sumes There is but little chance of making a mistake in the lawyer or the doctor though members of these professions have of late years shown a tendency to dress and act more like ordi nary mortals Doctors are not as prone to wear side whiskers now as they used to be and the lawyer has come to dress more like the business man CAPE COD HAS DAILY NAP New York Woman Finds the Village- in Slumber and Is Much Impressed We have just returned from Cape Cod where we spent our vacation with a greatuncle said the Manhattan woman to a Sun reporter and I brought two vivid impressions back with me One was the picture of oUr great uncle 83 years old and as straight as an arrow standing waist deep in the water hauling in fish as fast se he couldhandle the line His hair and beard are snow white but his cheeks are aa ruddy as a schoolboysThe thing was a little Inter- vIew we had when we called at the home of the local expressman to see about having our baggage sent ahead of us to New York His wife came to the door and when we asked for the man of the house she seemed doubtful 4Of course if its urgent I can call him she said but I hate to for hes Just takin his nap We begged her not to disturb him and said we had no idea he had so much night work that it made it necessary for him to sleep in the daytime Oh no she explained It Isnt that but he always takes a nap at this time of the day I guess youll find that pretty near everybody on the cape la takin a nap just about now And sure enough we did SCENTED DOG IS LATEST New YorK 3ashionables Select an Appropriate Perfume of Each Modish Breed Nowadays the pet dog must be perfumed says the New York Sun but it is not enough to scent him with any old perfume Modish women who con sider their pets try to select an appropriate odor for them Thus Japanese poodles are perfumed with frangipani which has a spicy Japanese odor that suggests the oriental nativity of the animal Mexican hairjess dogs which are enjoying quite a vogue just now are scented with chypore which has a heavy tropical odor that suits these dogs of the south Very little of It la used as the scent Is powerful Two or three drops on the long hair behind the head where the dog cannot Indulge In his tendency to lick it off is all that il needed The shaggy skye terriers are scented with a stimulating extract of Scotch heather sold by one of the Fifth avenue druggists and redolent of the Scotch flowers perfume French poodles which are not nearly so popular now as they used to be smell delicately of some Parisian perfume Boston tar riers have received as their special per druggist all odorse An Interesting Fact More deaths occur from Kidney DIg ewe than any of the other common complaints anSI all of them can be saved DeBells Kidney Pills cure all Kidney troublesexcept the list stage i t frights Disease Do not deiaytr- abox at oectilU eilrenoPy Be member the name price 25 and 5Oc For Ie l jr B t MSddel ton lOV n II f Not a Sick Day Since troubleIwhich relieved me One day I saw an ad ot your Electric Hitters and deter fewtlosesafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism Neuraltfn Liver and Kidney troubles and Ueneral Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only BOc at R O Stocktons drug store lin ror Sale inIIrvine adjoining Estill Springs proper ty The residence contains seven rooms with all necessary outbuildings For particulars call on or address J B Broaddus Panola Ky 7sp 4m New Grocery Having opened new grocery In the Chenault building on Second street I cordially invite the public to call and inspect my new line of goods TJiere will be added to ny stock daily fresh seasonable goods Call and gat prices on fresh clean groceries G A Lovell tf Second St Richmond Ky Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no longer neceesary Mrs Lpis Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was sawed by Dr Kings New D scovery This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by R 0 Stockton druggist Pricr 50c and Tria bottles free 1m Gordon Reed Rubber Stamp Makers Climax office cfflis wso5 riifine 11BALTIMORE NEWYORKIt You Need a New Overcoat Drop in here to day and take a look at our rieh assortment made by Schloss Bros Co CORRECT CLOTHES 3IAKEUS The beauty of the Schloss Overclads is in the tit ot the neck and shoulders graceful lapel andperfect collar together with the general air of smartness that lifts them out of the readymade class and identifies thorn with the work of the finest Bailor Many men cling to the costly merchant tailor habit on their SUITS but rush Into the nearest clothing store at the firet touoh of winter and walk away with an Overcoat What need is thre to pay a fancy price to a merchant tailor1 when you can buy a Schloss Overclad of unapproachable style and incomparable workmanship for a great deal loss i The picture shyws two exceedingly popular stylesuDrop In and let us talk it over 1IITrv a of our HLa France Ladies Fine Shoes Price 300 i t UI They are superior in style quality and fit to any In the market If you are not wearing HA WES HAT you are not getting the best value for your money The price is 300 and they are guar anteed to give satisfaction Made in all the new styles Get our prices on all kinds of Winter Shoos before you buy We can save you money and give you the best shoes We carry no rhoddy plugs every pair solid and guaranteed Ladies misses and childrcns Kangaroo Calf Box Calf and Kid Shoes at prices to suit your purse Call and see them We are showing the largest and best line of Underwear for men women boys girls and Infants in this city our prices are the lowest We are headquarters for Carpets Curtains Oilcloths Domestic h Dry goods Notions of all kinds Gents Fumishing Goods etc I IUnequalled prices are being named on all Blankets and Comforts Our basement is chuck full of elegant Blankets and Comforts Get our low cash prices and save money Resp- ectfullyWD01dham Co Busy Bee Cash Store riIVELDERS f BARGINSTOREo5 Aft qg eg Warm Weather Suggests at 5 r the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as are made mention of and the attractivelv low prices that prevail throughout this y moneysavirg store suggests the wisdom of buying her- et4 in great variety Shelves full and counteIs with J 611Ji1checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc o Corded Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists q regular 12c grade lOc upKnickerVoile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Varigated Voile seven shades to select from 12c India Linen + to 25c Boys and Girls Stockings Specials 40 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Bibbed 4thread Stock logs high spliced heals and toes and double knee a splendid wearing and dressy Stocking sizes 5 to 91 worth 25c nt 15c pair 40 dozen Bicycle Stockings the iron wear kind 2threat real Maco 2x2 ribbed double heel and toes made of sorviceacle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 25c at llic per pair cNattings 10 IE hid 20c yard Carpets l2c to 25 yard See our stock of Rugs Oil Cloth 20 to 700 vd are showing the prettiest stock of Mens Suits pI lOB to S10 ever shown in Richmond Youths Snits It 1 to 8 Knee Suits SltoSS Mens Shirts 25c to SI Straw Hats men and boys 5 8 lOc up to SI 25 W Stock of Notions complete LaceCurtains a beautiful line to select from 39c to 6 pair Poles 8 and lOc corn Brnss extension rods 8 10 and 15 New Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 to 48tf Pants4Oc Clowns 4Sc Skuts50c Ask to see them Ladies Walking and Dress Skirts 51 25 to A875 They are beauties t MILLINERY tt More beautiful styles The smartest creations of the season are here and at surprisingly Low Prices 1 it Shirt Waist Hats the most beautiful styles at 1 to 52 93 Hundreds of beautiful trimmed Hats ready for your choosing int ked at special Low Prices to suit all puries Childrens School and Dress Hats Flow ers ofevery description See them Bleached PilloW Caeesjull size and fine quality choice wparin quali ties 12 sonta1 Handkerchiefs 610 and 15o Parasols 40c to S4 05 Corsets J25o to SI 60 11 Shoes and Slippersail prices Picture Frames 510 1 25 29 and 49o We have just received about 600 pictures from So up to 25c each Do not fall to see them We have only a few Jardl ere left at 55 29 31 39 and 49c RCZpCCffU11YS4Wd iil Ie u JHi1 V- 1L BlICl eI I jl 1JF j I t S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S a o ie- F t- I II t eS I Due Sale 5S h- C GrandUosini rcj V 4 4r 5s I 1I 5 a rr 5ae05 Having decided to quit business at once we are offering S Stas our entire stock of 0S S5s 5S 5 S 55w BOOTS SSIS S Cihoes55 ud Gents rnisings I R Iil IJJE at cost for Cash Only 5 a s so 555 I 5 f 5SI E We are determined to close out and we offer i l5 S The Greatest Bargains of your Life 1 5 5 5 i i5 from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and see I for t OUrself All persons owing us will please call andsettle 5 S 1 S5 5I55Si 5 j CRUTCIiER TRIBBLE 555 55a 555 5 o Kentucky05S 555 S S S5ISOoJr 4 S 5 5 55 5 S S S S S S 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 SSSOSOSSO OOQO SSOSSSSS SSSSSSSSSS SSSS SSS SSSSSS The Richmond Climax PCRLIHHKUKVEKY WEDNKPUAY H- Yirho Climax Printing Co Incorporated nn J O OHBNACLT PrweA D MILLXRdftor lIfa WEDNESDAY NOV 9 DEMOCRATIC TICKET L For Representative R W MILLER For County Judge K B TUItPIN For County Attorney R H CROOICK For Sheriff t P B BROADDUS For rountr Oterk JB38B CORn For JMIIMr BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor IKY P WAVERS For Kupt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF The Ciaytmt 1alll EM hiM Tbe Youths Companion uses tainment a means rather titan end eouveying always in its 8id its articles some o some contribution to the knowledge of its readers rii IiS men and women enlisted wriie for The Companion represent iniinitc varity of tttleniB and TliiHinh Tilt Companion they addre not only the yotin mid impressionable The new 8U otteri bare for 10W will cieve all the iwuee ot The lor tbe remaining weeks ot 19O1 irom the time of the subscription The Companion Carnations dar for l9iK litliograpued tnt welve ors and gold hut the fathers and mother of the tIfl The enire family claim a in the good tiling which fill The panions pages Full Illustrated Announcement scribing the principle feathers of Companions new volume for will be sent to any address free The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass Burglars in Estfll The store belonging1 to Edwards Wageis at Uagersvjlle Estill was broken into last Saturdaytnornin about two oclock The thieves o n the eafe with dynamite and IIurei about 100 in checks and were sent tor but trace of the intruders could be and the search was given up We purchased our vehicles to an it you will only call and get we will prove this assertion and of you an everlasting friend and mer tf S L MidkifT Prop BROWERS Cant You Seer What a valuable asset in you business a well furnished Iflee would be Think what a beneficial a luxurious carpet comforta ble chairs and handsome offic furniture will have on you client Why put up with those ratt furnishings longer when th best is the cheapest And have the best A call on us will be vortI dollars to you i CfBowerSCo A MAIN AND BPOADWA JiBXJNGTOH K BLANTON CO- Lumber and Coal Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 CITY ATTORNEY to announce R E candidate for City sub k n Of the Democratic party to announce THOS H candidate for City Attorney sub of the Democratic party CHIEF OF POLICEoto announce JAMBS H iamlidHte for Chief of Police of subject to the action of party to announce CLAUD for the office of Chief of subject to the action of party to annOunce V W HAR for the office of iSbief of subject to the action of PartY to announce W M a candidate for Chiei of Police xubject to the action of the myielf a candidate for of Richmoail sublect to the Democratic party Having had experience in this eapaity most a nalary of MS per month which show I think that I am en office over any inexperienced Pete Everett Berry FOR JAILRR to announce LEE O candidate for Jailer of Mad son t to the action of the Republican Production Ftpoitd is only a short following taken from the SunSentinel may be of in first of next week turkey be canvassing the country seekititf choice flocks ivlng market Only as are fully matured and are wanted at this rest will be left to be for the Christmas market is better for buyer and seller are apt to be dis if they are expecting the paid last year to prevail to the fact that this of turkeys is much larger in Kentucky but also in other turkeygrowing hout the country Con place the increase at 25 per cent while run to 50 per cent In iED in Michigan New York the increase is from 20 only one State Iowa re light crop Besides there of chickens ducks and r shippers paid as high as pound for live turkeys the cost of the stock dress down in the eastern mar 22 cents At the prices re forced to ask on this basis the rioh and welltodo in while the masses oi had to content themselves and cheaper meats As bulk of the stock went to and was finally sold at a experience coupled with for an unusually large an important bearing on this year dealeis say that when tur the producers reap the while the handlers t to retailer lose money advising shippers that the not warrant the expecta better than 14 to 1C turkeys That would market of 7 to 8 cents for and wo predict that tho figures this year will not go much Victorious Walters Institute was again victor last Saturday afternoon team met a team from Lex beat them 12 to 6 So far not lost a game this year feel quite proud of Hnrcnry for Catarrh that Contains will surely destroy the sense completely whenenteringittlirough derange the surfaces Such articles be used except on reputable physicians as they will do Is ten fold to can possibly derive from Catarrh Cure manuiact Cheney Co Toledo 0 mercury and la directly upon the blooi surfaces of the system Catarrh Cure besure genuine It in taken inter in Toledo Ohio by F Co Testimonials free ts priceTCc bottle Pills are Ei the beet 1m MACAULEYS THEATRE LOUISVILLE niAhtsNovfl furtunity to witness the much talked of revival of the Two Orphans and the greatest of all star casts ever assem bled consisting of nine famous stars at fabulous salaries and who are well established favorites with the theatre going public from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the Gulf of Mexico to Pnget Sound James ONeill Grace George Louis James Clara Morris J E Dodson Mrs LeMoyne Jameson Lee Finney Sarah Traur Elita Proc t the revival was recently made at the New Amsterdam Theatre NY it created such a sensation that it was decided to try and arrange with the Various stars interested for a short tour this season That the projectors of the scheme were successful in their endeavors is attested by the fact that the present tour has been arranged This tour will embrace only a few of the larger cities of the country as the expense of the organization is so great an extended tour is an utter impossi bility The Louisville engagement is limited to two nights and one matinee Traveling companies have been rob bed ot their stjra James ONeill who has been associated with Monte Cris to for so many years that he has almost lost his identity in the role plays the Chevalies a character which he played with striking success before Monte Cristo was ever heard of J E Dodson one of the best character actors the country has ever known will appear as the crippled Pierre Mr Dodson has lately been starring in Mr Joseph Brooks production of An American Invasion Mr Louis James the Jacques Frochrrd of the cast has been recently starring in conjunction with Frederick WardJameson Lee Finney will be seen as Picard Mr Finney closed his starring season in A Fool and His Money in order to accept Ills present position in this all star cast Miss Grace George one of the handsomest and most talented of our female stars has headed her own company for the past five years For the past two seasons she has appeared in a dramatic version of Peg Wofflng ton called Pretty Peggy Mrs Le Moyne won her spurs as a dramatic reader Her most notable productions have been In a Balcony The Uret est Thing in the World and Gather line Elita Proctor Otis the La Pro hard of the Two Orphans made her reputation as Nancy Sykes in Oliver Twist Clara Morris has been persuaded to emerge from her retirement to take the character of Sister Ge nevievo Miss Morris was compelled to retire from the stage a number of years ago through ill health During igherselfcast of minor roles In The Two Orphans each one of which will be rayed by an actor or actrets of rep i lation Taken all in all thecast of tins remarkable revival can only beregard ed as the most notable ever seen on the American stage It represents the best players of both the old audi new schools and is undoubtedly the most magnificent exposition of the best inI dramatic art that this country has witnessed The sale of seats starts Monday morn leg Nov 7 and the prices will be 2 for the lower floor 150 for first 4 rows in Balcony balance of Balcony SlOO Gallery 50 cents Mail orders for seats when accompanied by remittance will be filled in order of their rece- iptP1RSONAL Mr 3L C Kellogg is back from St Louis MreB Wl Turner was in Cincin nati Fttday Colonel W W Watt was in Lexing ton last week j Miss Nora Francis is in St Lbnlsat tending the fair Ji JCf Mr WlL Thomas of Estill tripgij was Here Monday i t SWEEPING RepublicanVICTORY A Veritable Landside Throughout the United States All Doubtful States Endorse the Present Administration KENTUCKY ELECTS 18 CONGRESSMEN Madison County Democratic Cincinnati Nov 9 19041 10 a m Special CLIMAX Richmond KyercoRooseveltgreater plurality than ever cast for pre vious nominee All doubtful States go Re publican New York 250000 Indiana 40 000 West Virginia 20000 Kentucky Democratic by 8000t elect at least ten Con gressmenMParker wires Roosevelt as followsThe people by their votes have empahtically approv ed your administration and I congratulate you Rooseveltreplied I thank you for your Ia gratulationsSigned A N Kellogg Co Madison county Democrats can justly feel proud over the result of the election In the county yesterday For the third time In the history of Madison the Democracy carries the county In a Presidential campaign Out of a majority of 63 Richmon- contributed 59 which action forever relieves all doubt as to the political complexion of the city of Richmond and the county of Madisona= Miss Carlisle Chenault has been visitingn Lexington Mise Rose May Moberley visited Lexington last week Mrs Eugene Walker is at home from a visit to Louisville Mr and Mrs G 6 Corzelius are at home from a trip to Cincinnati Mayor D R Tevls left last week for Swango Springs for a short stay Mr Frank L Russell of Louisville has been spending several days here The Cecilian Club will meet with Miss Katherine Walker this after noon Miss Minnie Wagers and little Miss Ann Bennett Cohen have been in Lex ingtoncMrs E L Clark entertained the West End Flinch Club last Thursday afternoonMrs Winn of Winchester visited her mother Mrs Robert Miller last week Mrs H M Rogers of Ross vllle Ind is here visiting her mother Mrs C C Smith Mr Floyd Broaddus of Bowling Green is the guest of his brother William Broaddus Mr and Mrs Ed Cornelison have gone to housekeeping in the Masters house on Second street Master Bryant Lawton of Winchester spent from Friday until Monday with Masters James and Robert Leeds Mr and Thornton Jones have returned to Covington after a visit to Mrs A E Carse and other relatives Mr and Mrs Sim Hamilton and son of Estill county spent from Sat urday until Monday with relatives here Miss Stella Thomson who has bean in Irvine all summer came last Thursday so spend a few days with friends and relatives Mrs N A Tyree of Louisville wl hoI has been visiting her grandson William Broaddus left Friday for Sta ford to visit relatives Mrs Jake Collins has been visiting Mrs Dr Burke in Danville Mrs Burke entertained In honor of her guest on last Friday afternoon Miss Anne Dejarnette has return from a visit to Mrs Jones neo Carrie Anderson at Fulton MoSho also attended the St Louis Fair while goneuMr Richard Dodge came very near having his shoulder dislocated while playing foot ball Saturday His friends rejoice that his injuries are no worse Mr Hugh Mellon who has been spending some time in Montgomery county has been upending seven I t Ayers Give nature three helps and nearly of con everycase Fresh air most important of allth Cherry 5NourishingThen a medicine to control the cough and heal the lungs Ask any good doctor evagocues cured by It I urn never without U HAMILTOS Marietta Ohio Fa25e5OcdruotIltlfor LnwU MsSo Consumptionpa Health demands action of the bowels Aid nature with Ayers Pillspr fodaysama JrWMr and Mrs J B Chenault have gone to housekeeping in Mr J M Rifles home on the Summitt hav Ing recently moved hero from Temp est Va- Mrs C A Lawton of Winchester has been here helping nurse Mrs J W Crates whose serious illness has been mentioned in these columns Herimprqvement is very slow Mrs D E Flora and Mrs W M Creekmore entertained at Flinch at ittheirahSaturdaycrowd was present and all report an enjoyable time Mr and Mrs J W Arnold will move into Mrs Robert Harris new cottage on Glyndon avenue as soon is completed Mrs Arnolds Mrs Jones of Mt Sterling will me to live with her Married Almost Three Score Yean uuOna vndbr oatedmarriageOnlypresent Hut It was a happy occasion for around the fireside gathered loved ones ranging in all ages irom infants in arms to the win n sowW billiamw C dimenaultfour children and Mrs Dr Giles Harris the mother of nine children In all therefore Mr and Mrs Diilingham have living one child thirteen krand children and nineteen Jtreatgran- dchildrenthe eldest Master Cecil T T ghorpeilliam Letcher Crutcher Jr son i- frand Mrs Jas S CrutcheraAt the conclusion ol the family dinner which was really a splendid banquet lIt for the gods Mrs Diilingham wayNowto say to you all 1 am seventyeight years old aud have been married flfty eight years Furthermore I can say I have been blessed by always having everything I wanted never made n dollar iu my life but have epent many one I can wish for you all no great er happiness than has been mine barring the afilictions that have been mine through the loss of loved ones bv death fa this Mr Dil1ln ham re sponded chivalrously and feelingly Whatever success in life I may have achieved I owe it to the good manage mentof my wife to her unfailing en couragement to her implicit confidence i t pmienceI have failed it was due to my having rejected her wise counsels and friendly saydIf my grauddaughters and greatgrand daughters and the wives of my grand sons and greatgrandsons will follow in the footsteps of my own good wi and happiness will crown the ll the days of their lives MarWtretYatesYates and nowthough the enovvs of so many winters have fallen upon her de beingnheart and her health while at times quite delicate is now fairly good Her goodhealthand attends to his large business inter eels with the old time sagacity that made him one of our wealthiest and most prominent citizens Mr Dillln i ham still takes a lively interest in all matters political being use of the bent Democrats that ever drew the breath of lifo So zeplous is his Democracy that If it were in bis power he would banish every Republican toHeav n o uptunea g in a strong Democratic county in Mis souri Mr Diilingham attended Den 0 ocrutic meeting and was sailed upon for a speech being assured that there but three Republican votes in the Mounting the rostrum Mr Diilingham remarked I understand there are but three rads in this baili countybemou si v Democratic And it was done with a whoop Eight years ago last Saturday night there gathered at the present Dillinc ham residence a large assembly of friends to celebrate the golden anni MiDiliingham e several other couples who had been married about the same length of time among them Major and Mrs C F Bnr isCotreaperre r Mrs Ellis and Mrs Parks Mr and Mrs Diilingham are with us yet to IhllllovesUUMAX joins in a sincere wish for many more happy anniversaries of the nup tials that were celebrated just fifty eight years ago Do Not Dose the Stomach llyomel the Only Guaranteed Cure for Catarrh No one should confound Hyoraei with patent medicines that are adver Used to cure catarrh It is as far supe riot to them all as the diamond Is more valuable than cheap glass Their composition is secret but Hyomei gives its formula to all reputable physicians und s prescribed by them generally Its base is the valuable eucalyptus qualitieslaromatic and healing gums and balsams making a pure liquid which when used in the Hyomei pocket inhaler fils the air yon breathe with ermkilling disease de stroying and healing powers that re nosedThe only way to cure catarrh and all orlfansIsThis treatment has been so successful n curing 99 per cent of all who have sed it that Hyomei is now sold bv B gilaranteedoes not benefit You run no risk whatever iu buying Hyoraef If it did not possess unusual powers to euro it planThecosts fl offlyomel potIc 1 IK MEMORY OF GEOROE ADAm Another happy tamily has been broken by the solemn sleep of wst that we all call death bnt it ib only a peaceful dream which has been ordained for tiI When we saw Mr George Adams laid iu his last resting place in the Richmond meterywe all ron zit at the tender cord that bound him to his loved ones of earth had been broken but only to await thelrcomiug When we think of the noble life he lived it makes us happy to thinks at he has passed away to await the ming of all who have ben lelt behind But will all those he left behind pass that cold stream ot death and find a happy home where no sorrow shall en be known and live in perfect peace and love with our dear Heavenly ther as our guide and His beloved n as i dally companion This one who has su tiered so much ese many years shall never know any in for Christ has shed his preciou blood for all and it ie written in the clous book I go to preparea placer you and if I go to prepare a place fo- rnt will surely come again And e all know that He has come and called him as His own He has left a devoted wifo and threw little children to mourn his loss with a broken heart but alas He does all timings well It is a great consolation for his loved ones to know that he was a Christian man a devoted husband kind and affectionate father and well known to Imill that there was not a man anywhere with a better character He lisa set a noble example and left aeood name behind which will be a great benefit to the little ones who do not realize yet what is to be fatherless His deaths was a ock to most everyone of this oommu and they all realize his loes The bereaved widow and childien have the greatest sympathy of everyone L BN Ruthtoii Ky atMr Carltons Wonderful Story Maine Womans Thrilllnt Experience D pliatea In Richmond There are scores of families In Rich uoiid and near by towi s who will read itlt interest the wonderful experience f Mrs A L Carlton one of the best nown women in Rockland Me Her statenienls are confirmed hy lie phyBi dana who treated her and by C H Pendleton the druggist who sold her i dyspepsiaMrstrouble for eight years grow ng rnise all the time Three of the est doctor In Maine diagnosed my aile as cancer of the stomach and de ared I could not live two months Utterly discouraged with their treatment I began using Miona and com menced to gain at once At this time I was reduced toalmoBt skin and bones as I had lost nearly 100 pounds during my sickness but when I beein to take Miona my flesh was huili up and I ained 22k pounds the first month iswasnd vomiting from two to six times a lay but after the first weeks use of Miona the pain ceased and the vomit ing stopped entirely I have taken only FIb packages of these wonderful tablets hut my health is about restored and I firmly believe that Miona saved my lifeB L Middelton is local agent for Miona which sells for 50c n box and offer it under personal guarantee that if it does not cure the worst form of Rtomach trouble and resulting disor tiers the money will be refunded In Mrmoriam On October 8th after a lingering ill ness of several years Miss Ollie Coshy daughter of Mr and Mrs O W Cosby of White Hall departed from this land of suffering to enter the celestial city where friends and loved ones shall part Her death was not unexpected by herself or friends though a great deal esther than was hoped She was ad mired by her friends and idolized by her family She was the objct of ten don care and deep solicitude to her awaynplanted in a heavenly clime The memory of her sweet face and gentle ways will ever shed a sacred fragrance upon the hearts of her parents and iriends Sue was an upright Christian girl always ready to lend a helping hand to those in Uouble and nflliction and her friends were numbered by her acquaintancrs as for enemies she had none Although greatly missed by the old as well as the young people of her community one pleasant reflection is that she has crossed the dark river of deAthand entered the pearly gates if the New Jerusalem ai d is safe in tIlt arms of Jesus waiting to wecome to the other shore those whom she tins left to mourn her loss Not laid in the cold ground Oh Ino dear friends Ollie is in heaven and may her depart ure from this world draw those of her family closer to Jesus that when they are called to their long rest they may all unite in never ceasing praise to the lamb of God A loved one from us has gone A voice we loved Isottlled A place is vacant In our midst That never can be filled Born June 19th 1897 Died October 8th 1904 This in memory of my dearest friend Margaret B Elders Store Robbed Theives gained an entrance into Mr K V Elders store on Main stret last Thursday night They succeeded in getting away with a watch valned at 60 a pair of shoes and cash to the amount of 50 The intruders hell no clue and nothing has been heard of them or their whereabouts The same night they made an unsuccessful at tempt to break into Covington Ar nolds store Uncle Et flirrb Gone C 0 Harris known to all as Uncle Kit passed peacefully to his rest at the home ol his Boninlaw T K Lisle on lant Saturday morning He had been in feeble health owing to his ex trome age being m Ida 83d year but wtfl able to be around the streets greet in his friends the day before The direct cause of his death was bronchial MadisoncOuntycounty in 1889 where he has since resided honored and esteemed by all our people He was a man of strong con victions hut just and fair In his deal- Ings and intercourse He was loyal to the Democratic party to the Christian church of which he was a consistent member to his family and friends Fu neral services were conducted from the Christian church on Sunday by the pastor Rev Crockett in the presence of a large congregation of sympathizing friends and interment was had in Oak Hill cemetery Uncle Kit was survived by six children Mrs T K Lisle with whom he made his home Ove and John Harris of Lawton Oklahoma Ravenna who lives in Kentucky anti Mrs GrY Clardy and Mrs J G eityTheabovewas taken from a Missouri paper Deceased was the father of Mr Rivenna Harris and was well known 5cj this county where he fprmerly llveds III i 9 9 N y V aS 71 71 A Tr j There are a dozen for Queen your V own comfort excuse eases the foot it fits F Fall every now invite your critical N 7F g s THE ONE F 1 ffi ffi 7 I will offer los sale publicly onthe premises on streetIlichmond Kyat 10 oclock a m on Soy 19 UDi my twostory residence containing 6 rooms besides bath room and hall This in excellent icpair with good cistern and barn Barn contains three stalls carriage house and enough loft room to hold two tons of loose hay The lot is 60x225 feet and if one of the most residence locations in to inspect this property before day of sale can do so by calling on the undersigned at his made known on day of sale S P K- ongL Tom Chenault Auct ARE y U TED IN THE Do you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25c Teeth Filled fiOc With Gold SI Solid Gold T eth 4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The bet setof teeth 6 These are Justis teeth pnd they are the best no matter what you pay for having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky ih Mabel Bronston by her Guardian On Petitiontand- Corailne Bronston by her Guardian c On Petition 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 dellli ned will on k 23 1904 between the hours of 10 oclock a in and 11 oclock a m on the premises in Madison coantj Ky proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz Two Tracts or Parcels of Land One being the property of Mabel Bron eton containing 31J acres and the other piece being the property of Coraline Urouston containing 2IJ6 acres Said Corns on the not th and Bud Cornell son on the east and James B White on the south and Mrs Annie Allen and Corns on the west On the 21J acre Said lands lies about S miles from the ately and then as a whole and the hid of sale or when terms of sale are complied with- TERMSSa1 will be made on a credit of Ix months The purchaser will be required to give bondwith ap proved security for tbe payment of the purchase money to have thoforce and effect of judgment bearing legal in terest from day of with a Lien reserved upon said propertv until all the purchase money is paid MIL THORPE M C M eo n 1 c 11 AND FashionsQueen Quality is and finished for the extremely about it denotes 7 a order of manufacture illits Reasons reason buying Quality is enoughit because it designs for needare beingshownwe eXamInatIOn7Jh Rice and ArnoldPRICE HOUSE ffi7l 71 7I if Public Sale Summitt Saurliy Residence delightful Deatherage Richmond INTERE CON- DITIONTeeth Wssioners WeaneSQy countvKy dwethinrhouse 8aMlands willbe S7ffi7Iffi7IFALL WINTER Shoe designed particulareverything high Dozen Shoesbut WE PROPOSE C trnmcLEAP YEAR TO PLACE MORE GAS t HEAT ERS AND GAS WATER HEATERS THAN IN c ANY PREVIOUS YEAR V HEAT WITH GAS SAVES MONEY jRichmond r Water and Light Company c rHERE AGAIN Ready to serve your wants in anything desired in the Butcher Business My constant endeavor has always been to please my patrons and to do this I slaughter only the best Cattle Sheep and Hogs that can be procured Mystockof Cured meatsi-s purchased with the greatest care and has always given perfect satisfaction It is yet some weeks until hog killing but desire now to state that I have every facility for this work and will appreciate any business in this line I carry in season VEGETABLES FISH AND OYSTERS as well as all kinds of Produce Give me a trial order and I will prove my sincerity to serve you promptly andreliably John AHrnan Main Street McKee corner Telephone U3 Window Gloss and Putty Jt Our large stock embracing all sizes enables us to fillall orders promptly 10 Get our prices before buying we will save you money GlazingPromptly I Willging r J 209 W Main st 4 + 1 next door to Madison 1 BankoS I44 + Wall Paper Pictures Window Shades Frames Paints Mirrors Building Paper- sORDINANCE FIRST He U ordained by the Mayor and Board of Council of the City of Richmond That any person who shall within the city on piaceforliquors or who shall sell or otherwise dispose convictionbeDollars for each offense and if such person be the licensed keeper of a brroom or other maltllqnonsbeercludei log any lither nf such liquors nnder such license and such license shall be declared for persousSBoImAI1 this ordinnnco lire brebyrepeled MlorWJ T Whichis Cheapest lI IOtme fireor burglarymaydeprive valuables worthanywhere between 10 and 10000 One years rent I of n Safe De posit Box costs you S5- Which Is the cheapestState Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky IN ORDER to 2et the great prize will give you Jlrlcpl on time FENCE = for Sixty Days as follows Four foot fence eleven wires heavy staylooptopNojwlre at 4G cents per rod Five tout fence 12wir heavy stay at 55 cents per roti TheSe prices have never beea tnajfi iu this countybejSrp 1 T COyK- IRISVILLE KY i An Opportunity untilSeptember seeiour are worth JO to J5 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone hee eaTTa e lOT RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 1- 6FRESII Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet Flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax u WEDNESDAY NOV 9 1904 Jersey milk abolutely pure 20c per gallon 2ntt Butler Carrier FrS 1eNew express wagon roll top dusk and chair Apply to Emil Ixrtiriflch n9tf CoviBgton Arnold Bro are sole agpnts for the J Q Dickersons cele brated Kanawa salt R iiK mber that the 22nd of this month will be annual donation day atn the Iattie A Clay Infirmary A E Smiths celebrated Kanawha Salt M sold only by L R Blanton tf Dr H C Jasper has purchas d the Arnold home on High street and will move there in a short while The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet at the home of Miss Tennie Breik next Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Your meat will never spoil if J Q Dirlceraons celebrated Kanawa salt is used Covington Arnold Bro sole agents Lock No 10 at Ford on the Ken tucky river has been completed and was thrown opeti to the passage ol boats lai Saturday The ImoKtHjnoot tile long continued drouth was broken by a nice rain w irh fell last Thursday night and re Insheclall nature Dr Lanlinan the oculist will beat tht Glyndnn Hotel tins month on Vdiieaday the 18th one day later than uM- I1lAAt L N station October 2H Friday a hlftck silk umbrella with tiilvcr Imiidle marked Annie Re turn to P A C Infirmary and receive lilieral reward 2novtf Examine our elegant display of CariaRe8 Buggies etc before making a pnrchaae We are selling vehicles at the lowwt po ble prices Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Prop fti an emergency fire drill at tbe City School lastTliursday the building was empled of 309 children in three quarters ofa minute These children were back in their rooms and seated for work in two minutes from the first tap 011 tie bell Carlisle Mercury Mann Buhler Co believe in jivin the public their moneys worth Thfv have secured two high salaried lulevilleacts to appear during the titrforiuanue of the Moonshiners I lighter on Wednesday November I at the Grand Opera House The Moonshiners DaugbtBrwhioh at jilavR the Grand Opera House on Wednesday Novembor 9 was written bv a Louisville newspaper man whose Iever detective work resulted in a raid by tin U S Revenue officers on one of the largest Moonshine Stills in Ken tacky The play is founded on the in cidentflof that raid e isSomething to e t S TO For Rent A house arid lot on Smith Ballard street seven or eight rooms In excellent repair newly tainted inside and out stable and nIl tf cessary out buildings excellent water House so arranged to suit either one or two families Entrance to property from either Smith Ballard or Collins streets Will rent for the yerr or by the month Possession given January 1 ZT RICE- at Rice Arnolds No35 Iff 5 LeecountyBeattyvillewltbln moreoror exchange for Improved farm landanywhere in the State of Kentu ky bestqualityBeattyTllIe coal Has splendid 10 foundrlpsetc particulars byLMr P F Adams Jr has been assigned to duty at Hack worth and Witts distillery in Estill countycThere will be services at tbe Episco pal church next Sunday morning andc evening by the rector Rev Harris He sure your meat is salted down with J Q Dickersons celebrated Kanawa salt the best thats made Covington Arnold Bro sole agentsc Seed Rye For Sal c Embry Arbucde5 Richmond Ky Phone 227a tf 4Numberew Cosull0 Will sell cheap for cash Call at this office Onovtf Lost A solid gold Phi Delta Theta pin with R C White engraved on the re verse side Suitable reward if left at office of Circuit Clerk oct202t Bazaar The Yonncr Womans Missionary Circle ot the Christian church will have a Bazaar on December 21 All kinds of fancy articles for Christmas will be for sale Lost Somewhere on Main street Monday a small gold watch and black fob with initials M K C engraved on the case Reward will be paid for information or return of watch to undersignedH Killed By a Fall Mr Wm Richardson aced about 70 years fell from the railroad bridge at West Irvine last Saturday night while attempting to walk across He was found Sunday morning with his neck broken and otherwise injured White Sale The sale of the personal property belonging to the late Geo D White took place at Whites Station last Saturday with Col Tom Chenault as auctioneer Corn sold at 205 in the heap Some stock and farming implements were sold and brought good prices Resolution of Condolence WHEREAS It has pleased the Great Spirit in His allwise providence to break our living totemic bond of Ira ternity by removing from our midst Bro Robert Baxter to that hunting grounds from whose bourne no traveler returns In lila death Floating Canoe Tribe No 76 lost one of its most sin cere and faithful members his wife a true and loving husband his children a loving and indulgent father this com munity an honorable and upright cit izen Therefore be it Kteolred That we extend to the be reaved family our deepest sympathy and mutually mourn with them the deep loss we have all sustained Be it further Itetohed That we have those resolu tions printed in the Richmond pnpeie And a copy sent to the family of our deceased brotherJGB0sLEY1 JOHN A MERSHOS Committee FnKD A MILLER fAT 1Jis always an interesting subject especially wnen fttIJ Green Vegetables all kinds of t Canned Goods PSuits Candies Q 4 At in fact everythincr that can lie found in a first L grocery e callsp iiattentioniO our line Jclass Wandle all kind of FIET4DANDCGARDEN SEEDSGIVE US A CALL t Hurber quguelg Successors to E Deatherage Co e rr J d j t ft t t tt t tTHE SHOE STOREi L 41 11J1 1 i1 t Yes weve got more High Top Shoes than any other store in town and you cant pick a bad one in the whole lot Our WalkOver is just the thing for hunting all rough outdoor wear Pfenty of others too in our big assortment 2 4 in 175 5e OO 1Theleading assortment in Rich highest in quality and low in price See our Rubbers be fore you buy tor Barred Plymoth quantities to suit prices call on or addressMrs F Arbuckle 5oct2oi Silver Creek Ky The Schloss Orerclad It fo sheer folly for a man to have an overcoat made to indiviual measure when he can buy readytowear coat for so much less money W D Oldham Co are advertising to day Schloss Overclads at prices ranging from SIS to S40and which they claim would cost double madea tailor Bet ter take a look at them before you buy your new overcoat Mr and Mrs Mike Enright are re ceiving congratulations over the birth of a handsome daughter on the let= Julia B Mr and Mrs Richard Tgo of White Hall are rejoicing over tbe birth of a beautiful little daughter Mrs Igo was formerly Miss Willie flarber and A A I 88 West Street c fof ale I desire to sell privately my saloon business on First street The fixtures which are as uptodate as any in Rich mond are comparatively new and In excellent condition For particulars call on or address Wl1 Creekmore Richmond Ky Remarkable Record Hade by a Madison Yearling HJiIr B Howard Neale our well known itF1 mn8J1ftir er owns a ea r uss rft out ot ar ft f es a time of 3l1T1ie10nIW but three or four previous workout5 on account of an accident in the early spring The achievement will be HP predated when it is understood that racing history the names but two other that ftver equaled Albert Russells feat and both said colts were by Silent Brook and are owned by Lexington parlies ko Climax tenders to Mr Neale amqt his eon Mr James J Neale the yearling to this mark its siriqitri t congratulations fvl of a Prominent Couple 7 The marriage of Miss Anne Nj al Bennett and Mr Thomas H Collim which was quietly celebrated on las Tuesday afternoon came as a 4gm plete to the many friends o the popular couple The voting petfpl had been sweethearts for quite a wlilli but no intimation of their matrimonial intentions had been made known The was very quiet the recent death of the brides fatlwS Mr William Bennett and was wHness ed by only the immediate familfefro the contracting The eec mony was salt by Rev J W Crate after which Mr and Mrs Collins left on the 155 for Cincinnati and from there will po lor a visit to Vorhds- Fair The bride is ione most poputar oi dle aur J has long been r etS1Zs a Icler ui social circJeC Mr Colliria is one o our rising young attorneys arid fetaml high In his profession The CLIMAX extends hearty congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy life r CountyOf DO tq know where youre most likely to find just what you want in Foot andBoysJ3potsdressupwear4 High Top Shoes Sportsmans Shoe t11and other L50 250 3350 Bargains Boys High Tops L25J50 91T Book- seTsctos IIest merchant BIRTHS surprise jaLRJchmonSlf CARE FOR s are unequaled for romping All else in Boys Leather Shoes Overshoes Boots of all quality price New Teacher at taldwell High School Mrs George D White has been elected to fill the vacancy caused by tne resignation ot Mrs A C Wells from the faculty of Caldwell High Mrs Whito is one of Rich monds most cultured and refined ladies possessing intellectual qualities that well fit her for tbe place She will be a valuable addition to the lj ready strong corps ol teachers Family Rennfon Mr and Mrs James C Lackey en tertained on last Saturday with a reunion of the Boaln family Mrs Lackey having been MIPS Eliza Boain before her marriage There were chil dren present the oldest of whom was Mr John Boaiii 73 years old and the Mrs Lrtckey aired 52 years An elegant dinner such as only the hostess serves was enjoyed by the guests who were Mesdames Nannie Benton Emily Gum Rhoda Wilcox SallleTodd and Messrs William and James Boain of Estill county and Mr John Boain of Garrard county Hyacinths Tulips Narcisus all of House Plants at Richmond Green Houses Telehone u contains Hinlaje owinw parties train DEATHS KELLEY Mrs Turner Kelley tied last Friday at her home at Drip Rock Eutill county of fever Deceased wan a daughter of Cot Jamas Moores of Station Camp and a niece of Mrs Cat Maupin of this city McKiXNEY Miss Emma McKinney died last Tuesday at her home on Fecond street after an Illness of long duration Deceased was 27 years old and was possessed with a Christian After futiiQrvces by Rev Eotonher remarn8were interred In thenl lamo jl l Siinrtr Mr e al a Good Of the locality were tiiW c Lin marriage last Thursday by Sa Dykes at Uovinstou Arnolds qL P Honest Mike Boots tannedbyto kill the leather these Boots stay soft turn water like rubber and wear like iron Many pairs last two or three winters Best made See them sure shaReandand widths to fit fuotjand worthy quality in pair 2t 2503t 350 4 Extra values in Boys Boots 125 and 150 I Level Best School Shoes BEST BOYS thetoughestSho boys sizes Try them Andeverything FootwearPatent and kindsright in and eoVINGTON BANKS SaleI School eight youngest jtkinds Main tTIfaYy yearling wedding beautiful character Mle mry KirksvHIe J11III every every Magistrates Cannot Serve as Road Super visors in Counties Decides Court of Appeals ALM CANNOT VOTE MONEY TO THEM SELVES FOR SUCH WORK One Lawful Supervisor From CourierJournal Frankfurt Ky Nov 4ln reversing judgment of the Boyd Circuit Court in a case of Boyd county against Jack Arthur and others Magistrates ot the county the Court of Appeals today con strued the law authorizing the appointing of supervisors of roads in counties and the expenditure of public money for that purpose It holds that members of the Fiscal Court cannot serve as toad supervisors and cannot vote money to themselves for such work that it has no authority to appoint more than one supervisor for the coun ty that it has no authority to allow its members any other compensation tItan that fixed by law and that whore the County Attorney refuses for any reason to prosecute an appeal to the Circuit Court or the Court of Appeals the County Judge of the county is author ized to prosecute it The opinion of the court was delivered by Judge Hob sop The question was presented to the court through the making of an order by the Fiscal Court of Boyd county appropriating to four Magistrates the sum of 1400 to be spent according to the directions of each Magistrate and of another order allowing these Magis trates the sum of 3 per day each for supervising and directing the work In their respective districts in con structing and maintaining county roads The County Judge opposed the appro priation of the money and instituted suit o restrain the court from using the money The court here says that so much of the order appropriating 1 400 is unobjectionable but in far as the orders direct that the money shall be according to the directions of each Magistrate thev are void Nice Residence SeLLbCommissioner Thorpe with Colonel D W Tribble as auctioneer sold the lather residence on Broadway last Sat urday the purchaser being Mr Mike Enright This is one of the most de sirable pieces of property in the city and the price f2800 Is cOLeldered very reasonablesthief of Police J H Allman shot Itiwas afeeling of mingled conster Sation and sorrow that sprra1 over our knowJottJiito 111t8S6iIjjltgMrs Henry Lammers who was in at vyD Oldhatns dry goods store shop inje suddenly missed about f she e rled with her At the same time ti were two colored women in the jStoresrMre Lammers reported the ba- of1tcer purse and left the stole In a BhoriByKile the two colored customers began to make rather large purchases which caused suspicion to reston them aridCiiie Aliman was given this clue iHerwgnt to the home of tbe suspects StooplDjIpmoney that his pistol fell from its scab html on the inl his coat and wuh discharged The ball entered Mr All mans lett cheek broke his jaw bone 4sWxBl out some teeth and came out 5flSllback of the neck making nar r Sfjbflbe large artery in th 4enps taken immediately to repliS as s ontIvfMlv and the many friends of iiplendid gentlemanaad officer Isr his speedy rjovery studn his neusi wahk 1T j toundl Proceedings The City Council met in regular session on last Thursday night alt members being present and in the absence of Mayor Teyis that chair was filled by Mr W L Arnold The meeting opened with the read ing of the minutes of the October sit tins and the renorts from different city officers Citv Attorney Jackson re ported that Joe Randolph had been tried and convicted in the Police Court for selling liquor on Sunday The Finance committee reported that they had met and thoroughly examined the books of Mr L P Evans exCity Collector finding same to be correct in every respect The same committee was instructed to settle with L M Scrivner for collection of old taxes and the collection of delinquent tax list for 1903 was given to City Collector T C ONeil An ordinance was presented for passage requiring Mr a ndMrsJM Rifle to settle several years back tuxes on notes and other property of the late Pat Grady the same never having been listed for tax ation Mr Rifles attorney objected to- uchs settlement on the ground that prior to tile death Mr Grady was a voter of the Kirksville precinct and not president of this city The matter w postponed until the next regu lar council meeting The City Attorney and Assessor were ordered to investigate the listing of the property of the East Tennessee Telephone Co which has property listed for county but not city taxationuTwenty per cent was remitted tIle Stale Bunk and Trust Co which had settled its taxes on a basis of 100 percent when the other banks had it smaller basis on authority of the Su pervisors The Madison National Bank W B Brigot and W S Mob erly were rebated for donble taxation The street committee reported 6846 yards of street extending fromF First street to Government was finished and had cost thcity 30505 in labor and 720 for rockaver aging less than 19 conts per square yardCouncilman Miller moved for the passage of an ordinance makinv the sale of liquor on Sunday an offense subject to the revocation of the license ordiiiHiice was passed unanimously y the council and it is thought that it will result for good Some IiAeago a motion was made to the effect that saloons found guilty of selling liquors on Sunday should have their license re yoked but as there was a question as to whether this could bo legally done an ordinance was passed so as to make uch action legal Joe Randolph asked that his license- ee transferred to W M Jones and son whose bond was read and approved as was that of T C Vaughn Crutcher add Evans were given per mission to build a stable and hearse house in the rear of their store on Water street Tbe Richmond National Bank was paid 55335 interest on vouchers against the city The Board of Education was given S5000 for expenses Emil Lorisch was given per mission to erect a stable In the rear of his property on East Main street W T Griggs was ordered to clean up his premises in tbe rear of his stable on Water street Hon J A Sullivan representing the Water and Light C- oappend made a report as to the- watcnfirtJiti2ii of tle city After the pr e 9 accounts the CouueiIdjuri l v estrable RaldC11cei Elsewhere in this issue appears tbe advertisement of residence for sale This notice refers to the attractive yes idence of Mr Sam P Deatberage on the Summitt which Is offered for sale since Mr Deatherage and family are going west to reside This is one of the most desirable pieces of property jn Richmond located in a beautiful part of town and in an excellent neighbor hood Anyone desiring to purchase a home will dawellio ee Mr Dcathcr fige itpace r J I Lace Boots 11andAll the best brands are here including the famous j Powder Horn tt namedso because it keeps the foot as dry as a powder horn Ask for it anything350 4 5 fr flanan and Walk= Over Shoes I F These two make a great shoe teameachrecogniz ed the finest and best in its class Hanan the worlds finest at any price while WalkOvers have 1 no equal at 350 and 4 And weve lots of other good brands in all the fine leathers with a wide q price range to choose from 2 250 3 350 4 56 t mrtmt bold Medal Awarded Wood tubbs louisville Ky on Sefls at 51 louis It is with pleasure we anounce to our readers that Wood Stubbs Co the well known seedmen of Louisville Ky were awarded the gold medal at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St Louis on a general exhibit of seeds This is a very high honor to a Southern seed house and Wood Stubb Co deserve great credit for their enterprise while the high quality of their seeds is evidenced by the award The exhibits located in block 120 A grcultural Hall on one of the main aisles and has been highly complimented as iLls one of the most complete and attractive of all the exhibits in this line The general design is very tastefully arraged and the exhibit comprises a complete and full assortment of garden and field seeds each sort being nicely displayed goldletterstrade mark Blue Ribbon Seeds Wood Stubbs Co have developed a wonderfully large trade in the seed business in Louisville and sell seeds to- lla parts of this country and Canada as well as many foreign countries Their annual catalogue issued in January and mailed free on request is a most complete book containing as it does full lists and descriptions of all kinds of seeds together with cultural instruc tions hints about the time to sow va rieties best suited for various soils besides much other valuable information of gardnersSeveral pleas re to chronicle the success of Ken tucky and Kentuckians at the St Louis victorycnusesState and her enterprises Dont Blame the Cook I1 IBecause your Meat is not Satisfactory Unless you are a customer of Douglas Cultons ifso its sure her fault for they have nothing but the best Our r Live Stock and Cured Meats are purchased by thoroughly experienced buyers and therefore we are in a position to furnish you the best quality ofmeats at prices you pay for inferior meats K you are not a customer of ours give us a trial and the question of how to always get goodmeat will be solved We also wish to announce that our Hog Killing department is complete in every respect with new and modem machinery and we guarantee every can of lard and poundof sausage to be the best that skilled andcompetent butchers can produceiBest Equipment Insures Uniform Service Respectfully Douglas Sb Culton Telephone 125 Main Street The season for fall business is now on and at the Jj1it you your U i fgiHlj 1fVe are thinking all the tic0 and we do not think anything but merchandise your needs and hffljr well we can supply them for little money This is your chance to lay in new tall goods at savingDEi prices prices that are absolutely unmatchable Special prices on first quality P 1 Jed Blankets Comforts i t 113 A very handsome tufTed Comfort both sides made from a fine silko coloringslaminated ill Silver Fleece Wool Blanket in white with colored borders and checks in blue and white and pink and white at IJ u mn i LI pLJ Marsailles Counterpanes in blue and white 199 Marsalllcs Counterpanes in pink and white 199 C- Fil Mercerized Damask Linen Table Covers cne bf the greatest selling lines of Damasks ever put on the a market Being mercerized they have thaisllky finish usually found In damasks at 450 MI nals etc etc j Ei l El ns and sen youVearly fall mall orders to 6 p t lf2 I IW j DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS WRAPS c l L99IjImi2199 Sensational Counterpane Bargains CollarEigoodIIrni CLOAKSTURS z COR FIRST MAIN RICHMOND KENTUCKY J E o 0J 11I i J r An Opportunity tIn order to reduce out stock we will until anytiiinginour 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gon- eeaTTa 6te DOT S RIWIMOND ItY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN BTHBET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet floUT Lakeside Peas at lOc a Can I he Richmond Climax WKDXESDAY NOV 9 1904 =Jreey milk abolutely pure 20c Ballon 2ntt Butler Carrier F r Sale New express wagon rollI iup lcsk and chair Apply to Emil Lilirisch n9tf fovington Arnold Bro are sole- aPllts for the J Q Dickersons cele ka1 KftllHwa salt K member that the 22nd of this tntith will be annual donation day atI thp Pattie A Clay Infirmary A E Smiths celebrated Kanawha Halt is sold only by L H Blanton tf- hr H C Jasper has purchased Ii Arnold home on High street and I muve there in a short while The Daughters of the Confederacy- wi meet At the home of Miss Jennie Irtck next Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Your went will never spoil if J Qj Iick r8ons celebrated Kanawa salt isI utl CoviagtoB Arnold Bro sole agents Lock No 10 at Ford on the Ken tliky river has been completed and was thrown open to the passage ol boats Iat Saturday The bftoKboneol tile long continued drouth was broken by a nice rain w idi fell last Thursday night and re frsliwl all nature Dr Laifiinaii the oculist will be at lie Glyndon Hotel this month on Uriliieaday the 10th one day later than usu- alIsrAt L N station October Friday a black silk umbrella with Mlvr handle marked Annie Return to P A C Infirmary and receive literal reward Unovtf Examine our elegant display of VriaiEes Buggies etc before making a chaee We are celling vehicles at tin lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Prop In an emergency fire drrll at the ly School lastThursday the building wi mpied of 300 children in three limners of a minute These children vere hack in their rooms and seated for ik in two minutes from the first tap he bell Carlisle Mercury Mann Buhler Co believe in iv in the public their moneys worth TIiv have secured two high salaried uilville acts to appear during the ItTforumnce of the Moonshiners i lighter on Wednesday November 9at the Grand Opera House The Mounshi nets Daupbt rwhich iit plays the Grand Opera House on VlueMiRv Novembor 9 was written tv a Louisville newspaper man whose never detective work resulted in a raid by the U S Revenue officers on one of the largest Moonshine Stills in Ken tacky The play is founded on the in ridlItli of that raid a e Something to e t S 091 For Rent A house and lot on Smith Ballard street seven oreight rooms In ex cellent repair newly painted inside and out stable and all necessary out buildings excellent water House so arranged to suit either one or two families Entrance to property from either Smith Ballard or Collins streets Willrent for the yerr or by the month Possession given January 1 ZT RICE- at Rice Arnolds No35 LeecountyBeattyvlllpwithintract contains 400 acres of land more or less Will sell out tease Jlr exchange for Improved farm land KentuokyThisquality of coal Same vein as the 10locatlonforcoheetc Will sell at a bargain if dis particularsWilton Jellico Coal sold only by L R Blanton Phone 85 tf Mr P F Adams Jr has been assigned to duty at Haekworth and Witts distillery in Estillcounty There will be services at the Episcopal church next Sunday morning and evening by the rector Rev Harris Be sure your meat is salted down with J Q Dickersons celebrated Kanawa salt the best thats made Covington Arnold Bro sole agents Seed Rye For Sal Embry Arbuckle Richmond Ky Phone 227a tf For Sale Number one good organ good as new Cost 110 Will sell cheap for cash Call at this office 9iiovtf 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 oct202t Bazaar The Yonnc Womans Missionary Circle ot the Christian church will have Bazaar on December 21 All kinds fancy articles for Christmas will be for sale Lost Somewhere on Main street Monday a small gold watch and black fob with initials M K C engraved on the case Reward will be paid for informatIOn return of watch to undersignedH Killed By a Fall Mr Win Richardson aged about 70 years fell from the railroad bridge at West Irvine last Saturday night while wasIbroken and otherwise White ale The sale of the personal property belonging to the late Geo D White took place at Whites Station last Saturday with Col Tom Chenault as auctioneer Corn sold at S205 in tile heap Some stock and farming implements were sold and brought good prices Resolution of Condolence WHEREAS It has pleased the Great Spirit in His allwise providence to break our living totemic bond of fraternity by removing from our midst Bro Robert Baxter to that hunting grounds from whosebourne no traveler returns In his death Floating Canoe Tribe No 76 lost one of its most sin cere and faithful members his wife a true and loving husband his children father this community a loving and indulgent an honorable and upright cit izen Therefore be it Resolved That we extend to the be reaved family our deepest sympathy and mutually mourn with them the deep loss we have all sustained Be it further Retohcd That we have these resolutions printed in the Richmond papers and a copy sent to the family of our deceased brotherJ BOSLKTt I Jom A MERSHOK Committee FIIKD A MILLER J EAT Ji nlways liii interesting subjectespecially When SiYu know where to find such We have everything ftJIII season in the grocery line Ii 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 tiJ of SEEDS We handle all kinds of FIELD AND- CGARDEN I SEEDS1GIVEUSAQALL purber HOgilelu Successors to E Deatherage Co sJ 6tJf ta 0 L i al THE SHOE STORE I I i i rFOR MEN AND BOYS i I you care the size but you you the the the wear the 5p Yes weve got more Hiph Top Shoes than any other store in town and you cant pick a bad one in the whole lot t Our Sportsmans Shoe is just the thing for hunting all other rough outdoor wear of others too in our big L assortment 2 250 3 350 4 in 150 175 DnT 1ook OOS esoes RichS1 est in price See our Rubbers before cq you buy tor SaleJBarred Plymoth Rock Chlckensr1 quantities to suit the prices call on or address Mrs M F Arbuckle 5oct2ni Silver Creek Ky The Schloss Orerclad It IB sheer folly for a man to have an overcoat made to indiviual measure when he can buy readytowear coat for so much less money W D Oldham Co are advertising to day Schloss Overelads at prires ranging from 18 to S40and which they claim would cost double il made a merchant tailor Better take a look at them before you buy your new overcoat BIRTHS Mr and Mrs Mike En right are re celvinc congratulations over the birth of a handsome daughter on the let Julia B Mr and Mrs Richard Igf of White- Hall are rejoicing over the birth of a beautiful little daughter Mrs Igo was formerly Miss Willie Harber A J West For aIe I desire to sell privately my saloon business on First street The fixtures whirl are as uptodate as any in Rich niond are comparatively new and In excellent condition For particulars call on or address W M Creekmore Richmond Ky Remarkable Record Made bjr a Madison Yearling Mr B Howard Neale our well known local horseman and farmer owns a colt Albert Russell by Alfred G out of a mare by Lord Russell that last week went a quarter over a heavy cuppy track in the remarkable time of 34I The youngster had had but three or four previous workouts on account of an accident in the early spring The achievement will be up- preciated when it is understood that racing history contains the names of but two other yearling that ever equaled Albert Russells feat and both said colts were by Silent Brook and ire owned by Lexington parties Climax tenders to Mr Neale and to his eon Mr James J Neale who rove the yearling to this mark its sincerest congratulations Maniace of a Prominent Couple The marriage of Miss Anne Neale Bennett and Mr Thomas H Collins which was quietly celebrated on last Tuesday afternoon came as a com plete to the many friends ol the popular couple The young people hud been sweethearts for quite a while but no intimation of their matrimonial intentions had been made known The wedding was very quiet owing to the recent death of the brides father Mr William Bennett and was witnessed by only the Immediate families ol the contracting parties The cere mony was said by Rev J W Crates after which Mr and Mrs Collins left I on the 155 train for Cincinnati and from there will go for a visit to Worlds Fair The bride is one of Richmonds j most popuaf young ladies and has lung been recognized as a lender in social circles Mr Collins is one oi I our young attorneys and stand high In his profession The CLIMAX exiende hearty congratulations and best whhes for a long and happy life I c a It jr Largest Stock in Madison Countyr Of course dont a rap about of our shoe stock DO CARE tq know where youre most likely to find just what want in Foot we ran4 thats why we call attention to fact that our stock of Mens and Boys Boots and Sho s is largest and most complete in this countyevery reliable grade for hardest every day service as well as finest for dressup qualityright and prices lowest possible i High Top Shoes WalkOver t1and Plenty 150 IBargains Boys High TopsL25 Honest varietyof 1LeveI Best School Shoes BEST FOR The Edelen of guarantee goodness toughest in the most Oak SolesLevel Best are unequaled for romping boys Andeverything in Boys FootwearPatent Leather Shoes Overshoes Boots of all in quality and price eOVINGTON 0BANKS ttttSk IfNCW Teacher at taldwell High Schoo D White has been elected to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation oi Mrs A C Wells from the faculty of Oaldwell High School Mrs White isone of Rich monds most cultured and refined ladies possessing intellectual that well fit her for the place She will be a addition to the al ready strong corps of fmlly Reunion Mr and Mrs James C en tertained on last with a reunion of the Boaln family Mrs having been Miss Eliza Boain before her marriage There were eight present the oldest of whom was Mr John Boain 73 years old and the youngest Mrs Lackey aired 53 years An dinner such as only the hostess nerves was enjoyed by the gueets who were Mesdames Nannie Benton Emily Gum Rhoda Wilcox SiillieTodd and Messrs William and James Boain of Estill county and Mr John Boain of Garrard county C Hyacinths Tulips Narcisus and all j VtTelehone 188 Main Street c yearling surprise rising Made qualities DEATH KELLEY Mrs Turner Kelley died last Friday at her home at Rock Estill county of fever Deceasod wits daughter of Col James Moores of Station Camp and a niece of Mrs Cal of this city Miss Emma MuKinnej died last Tuesday at her home on Fecond street after an illuess of long duratlor Deceased was 27 old and was possessed with a beautiful Christian character funeral services by Rev Ecton her remains were interred in the Richmond Cemetery BAXTER After a long and painful illnes Mr Robert A Baxter died lastI Thursday Deceasedwho was about forty years old was one of the bestI known brick masons In Richmond andj an honest manhighlv respected by all He was of rather a retiring disposition but of steady habits and no rran spoke aught against him He will be greatly missed especially in hisI where a widow and a number of children are mourning his loss They have the deepest of all inI heir bereavement BARLOW Every heart throbs in ten dereet sympathy for Mr and Mrs R A Barlow over the death of their young est child Robert which occurred Tues dav morning from diphtheria The little fellow who would have been eight years old next March was an unusually bright child end being the youngest was naturally the pet of the household His death is a severe blow to his loud parents whose hearts are bowed neath this load of grief In such an hour words are feeble instruments for God alone can heal the woundedsonls J sus said Suffer Little to come unto me for of such is the King dom of heavenTidi appropriate services the little body was laid fn the cemetery yesterday aftefnooiu MArRlMONIAL STpCUtEBGoODLETT MrJ S i A tjtpckertiitd Mrs Dora Goodlettj both fthe Kijksville locality were united in EckrriJu last by Squire Dykes atjUovInjton t ArId llJtoe II sj Mike Boots King among Boots Made of choicest Kip stock tanned by the old fashioned cold liquor process without heat or to kill the leather Boots stay soft turn like and wear like iron Many pairs last two or winters Best made See them sure Also a great good Boots of every shape and kind bottoms sewed pegged or standard screwed sizes and widths to lit every footjand worthy quality in every pair 42 250 3 350 4 Extra values in Boys Boots 125 and 150 BOYS famous itself a sufficient of of the leather careful with solid Rock Shoes All sizes Try them else and kindsright George valuable teachers Lackey Saturday Lackey children Drip Maupin McKiNNEY years After upright home sympathy Children toGtRichmond Thursday adids these water rubber three other make manner legant Magistrates Cannot Serve as Road Super visors in Counties Decides Court of Appeals ALbO CANNOT VOTE MOrlEY TO THEM SELVES FOR SUCH WORK One Lawful Supervisor Prom CounerJournall Frankfort Ky Nov 4In reversing judgment of the Boyd Circuit Court in a case of Boyd county against Jack Arthur and others Magistrates ot the county the Court of Appeals today construed the law authorizing the appoint ing of supervisors of roads in counties and the expenditure of public money for that purpose It holds that memo bers of the Fiscal Court cannot serve as oad supervisors and cannot vote money to themselves for such work that it has no authority to appoint more than one supervisor for the coun ty i that it has no authority to allow its members any other compensation than that fixed by law and that where the County Attorney refuses for any reason to prosecute an appeal to the Circuit Court or the Court of Appeals the County Judge of the county is author ized to prosecute it The opinion of the court was deliv6red by Judge Hob Mon The question was presented to the court through the making of an order by the Fiscal Court of Boyd county ap propriating to four Magistrates the sum of S1400 to be spent according to the directions of each Magistrate and of another order allowing these Magis trates the sum of S3 per day each for supervising and directing the work in their respective districts in con structing and maintaining county roads The County Judge opposed the appro priation of the money and instituted suit o restrain the court from using the money The court here says that much of the order appropriating 1 400 is unobjectionable but in far as the orders direct that the motley shall be according to the directions of each Magistrate thev are void Nice Residence Sold Commissioner Thorpe with Colonel D W Tribble as auctioneer sold the Harber residence on Broadway last Saturday the purchaser being Mr Mike Enright This is one of the most de sirable pieces of property in the city the price 2800 is coieldered very reasonable fidel of Police J H Alison shot It was a feeling of mingled consternation and sorrow that spread over our city yesterday when it became known that our Chief of Police J H Allman had been accidentaly shot with hit own pistol while In discharge of his duty The details of the affair are as follows Some time during the morn itg Mrs Henry Lammers who was in at W D Oldhams dry goods store shopping suddenly missed about she earned with her At the same time thire were two colored women in the store Mrs Lamroers reported the loss of her purse and left the stoi e In a short while the two colored customers began to make rather large purchase f which caused suspicion to rest on thom and Chief Allman was given this clue lie went to the home of the suspects and it was while he was in a stooping posture searchiug for the missing money that his pistol fell from Unseal hard on the hit coat and Wilt discharged The ball entered Mr All mans lett cheek broke his jaw bone knocked out some teeth and caine out at the back pf the neck making nar row miss of the large artery in the neck He was taken immediately to Iris home where according to last rts potts he is resting as easily as could be expected The wound is a serious one and a very painful one but not neces sarily fatal and the many friends of this splendid geutleiMMi aad officer hope for his speedy recovery atiji re turn to bin usual walk L1IIIII Council Proceeding The City Council met in regular session on last Thursday night all members being present and in the ab sence of Mayor Teyis that chair was filled by Mr W L Arnold The meeting opened with the read ing of the minutes of the October sitting and the renorts from different city officers City Attorney Jackson re ported that Joe Randolph had been tried and convicted in the Police Court for selling liquor on Sunday The Finance committee reported that they hail met and thoroughly examined the books of Mr L P Evans exCity Collector finding same to be correct in every respect The same committee was instructed to settle with L MI Scrivner for collection of old taxes and the collection of delinquent tax list for 1003 was given to City Collec torT C ONeil An ordinance was presented for passage requiring Mr and Mrs J M Rifle to settle several years hack tuxes on notes and other property of the late Pat Grady the same never having been listed for tax ation Mr Rifles attorney objected to such settlement on the ground that prior to his death Mr Grady was a voter of tho Kirksville precinct and not n resident of this city The mat ter was postponed until the next regu lar council meeting The City Attorney and Assessor were ordered to investigate the listing of the property of the East Tennessee Telephone Co which has property listed for county but not city taxation Twenty per cent was remitted the State Bank and Trust satW1cQt bad settled its taxes on p r cent when the oth r ti 1t ll1a JIsmaller basis on nut ho 11f pervisors The Madison l1aJ Bank W B Brignt and W S Mob erly were rebated for double taxation The street committee reported that 5846 yards of street extending from First street to Government buifding was finished and had crest the city 30565 in labor and 120 for rock averaging less than 19 cunts per square yard Councilman Miller moved for the passage of an ordinance makinir the sale of liquor on Sunday an offense subject to the revocation of the license This ordinance was passed unanimously by the council and It is thought that it will result for good Some time ago a motion was made to the effect that saloons found guilty of selling liquors on Sunday should have their license revoked but as there was a question as to whether this could be legally done an ordinance was passed so as to make such action legal Joe Randolph asked that his license be transferred to W M Jones and son whose bond was read and approved as was that of T 0 Vaughn Crutcher add Evans were given per mission to build a stable and hearse house in the rear of their store on Water street The Richmond National Bank was paid 55335 interest on vouchers against the city The Board of Education was given SoOOU for expenses Emil Lorluch was given per- missIon to erect a stable in the rear oi his property on East Main street W r Griggswas ordered to clean up hii premises in the rear of his stable or Water street Hon J A Sullivan representing the Water and Light Co appeared and made a report as to thi water condition of the city After thi presentation of accounts the Counci idjourued iS it Resi- denceElsis Issue appears tb- 1Itert e residence for sale This mif1 the attractive re idenc MMi p Deatherage the S4uvWhich is offered fo lIale sIJli therae and fanill ar o ide This Is one 1 the mdHiieces of property in ft beautiful pam of town ixcellent nelghbo hood j lug to purchase home MMMMr Deatbe spat I r 4j O Lace Boots IIandsllPowder j i1 as dry as a powder horn Ask for it P Plain toes cap toes wide lasts or narrow any t thing and everything good in Lace Boots and Bootees 3504 5 1j fianan and Walk = Over Shoes j These two make a great shoe teameachrecogniz ed the finest and best in its class Hanan the worlds finest at any price while WalkOvers have no equal at 350 and 4 And weve lots of fJf other good brands in all the fine leathers with a wide price range to choose from 2 250 3 350 4 5 6 It tr hold Medal Awarded Wood Mnbbs Louisville Ky on Sreos at M Louis It is with pleasure we anounce to our readers that Wood Stubbs Co the well known seedmen of Louisville Ky were awarded the gold medal at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St Louis on a general exhibit of seeds This is a very high honor to a South erp seed house and Wood Stubb Co deserve great credit for their enterprise while the high quality of their seeds is evidenced by the award The exhibit is located in block 120 Agrcultural Hall on one of the main aisles and has heen highly complimented as it is one of the most complete and attractive of all the exhibits iu this line The general design is very tastefully arranged and the exhibit comprises a complete and full assortment of garden and field seeds each sort being nicely displayed and neatly labeled in blue with gold letters which is in keeping with their trade mark Blue Ribbon Seeds Wood Stubbs Co have developed a wonderfully large trade in the seed business in Louisville and sell seeds to all parts of this country and Canada as well as many foreign countries Their annual catalogue issued in January and mailed free on request is u most complete book containing as it does full lists ant descriptions of all kinds of seeds together with cultural instruc tions hints about the time to sow varieties best suited for various soils be sides much other valuable information of gardnersSeveral pleas ure to chronicle the success of Ken tucky and Keutuckians at the St Louis Fair and every succeeding victory ourSt Dont Blame the Cook Because your Meat is not Satisfactory 1 Unless you are a customer of Douglas Cultons ifso 1 its sure her fault for they have nothing but the best Our Live Stockand Cured Meats are purchased by thoroughly experienced buyers and therefore we are in a position to furnish you the best quality of meats at prices you pay for inferior meats K you are not a customer of ours give us a trial and the question of how to always get goodmeat will be solved We also wish to announce that our Hog Killing A department is complete in every respect with new and modern 4 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 I Respect- fullyDouglas 1j51 Si Culton t Telephone 125 Main Street tl P- 8 8 rn 8 ifThe season for fall business is now on and at the very IjI- 1 I- beginning of the seuon Owen McKee comes to you with bi 18 a line of uptodate seasonable merchandise that should lt help you to buy your fall goods at saving pries Ii j- j fi lEiI JVe are thinking all the tlneand we do not think anything but morchandiseour needs andhow 13 them for little money This Is your chance to lay in new fail gpoda at v1ng 9pricesprices that are absolutely unmatchable Special prices on first quality I Bed Blankets Comforts A very handsome tufTed Comfort both stoles made from a fine silko line in a series of new elaborate floral designs in handsome colorings r j laminated cotton filled entire Comfort knotted with zephyat j Silver Fleece Wool Blanket in whIte with colored borders and checks in lift blue and white and pink and white at rim 199 499 ikliii LI Sensational Counterpane Bargains tE3 Marsallles Counterpanes in blue and white 109 Marsalllea Counterpanes in pink and white 199 r- ij Mercerized Damask Linen Table Covers cue of the greatest selling lines of Damasks over put on the 4jl 3 market Being mercerized they have that seCt silky finish usually found in damasks at 450 Squares and Scarfs retailing at 75c and 80c Snappy bargains Belts Purses Fancy Stocks Collar 6 and Cuff Sets Baby Caps Fancy Veils Luxene Ribbons In desirable fall shades browns blues cardi El nals etc etc irtri3the value claimed is not in the goods when bought just return them at our expense Come to see us send your early fall mall orders to I3 Hl D i to If 0- D 1i n DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUIT CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c I coP FIRST MAIN riJ DJ E1 RICHMOND KENTUCKY r L1 L PI r 8 JjA67M- NL r3 S LAND PO R LANDLESS MAN IrM1 i A ami for him whos mivny i united because be cult a highpriced farm Theiv nri vast tracts jvI The Great Southwest Jtnll prrjiTe an j TurrLtoryOklahomaVery Low Round Trip Rates to any Southwestern pointovery Tuesdav in Spt rnbttr nnd the first ad third Tuesdays in October and November sGeo IL Lee Gen Pass Agt Little Rock Ark Q H I McGuire Dist Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio r u There is nothing like Good FLOURs Every housewife every cook knows that Good cakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of MadisonMADE BY THE Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY ili 7f 8F7 m dl Autumn stocHs resplendent throughout the store and buying en 1- I thusinem much in evidence Silk dress 7igoods and fabrics in varieties ample f Uf li to satisfy the rnont faRtidious7ifOur different sections keep the tunes The reputation acquired 71klr supremacy in thes lines is splen didly maintained this ceason Assort ments Art greater fabrics richer styles more fascinating titan over Lat us 71Rtlla8lt to prosjHMjtive buyers that theyffistocks as soon us I Tie visit will give them knowledge ffioffashions best and of the viiBtness of the selections here made for choosing F ffi F ffi White and Gibson 7f 1 71 7 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mColuOItATIID Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason ablo Equipments anti facilities unsur passed AMES E CAtDWELl J W HUNTER JSIeC C tTE 0 IT iJ rJi r Buy COAL Now Everything in tho COAL situation points to higher prices and it will pay you well to place your orders NOW either for temprary purposes or for the winter antI while youre getting COAL you might as well order from the Beattyvillo and thus avoid any uncertainty about Qualitv Quantity or Price The BoattyviHe guarantees all three Beattyville Coal Co- D RFreeman Mgr Tel J84 Yards Aspen ave I iI v U r CLOTHES 1 wp 22 a SrzrzznzrZ7z z THAT FITThat is the kindwemake We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods I lWe can please the most fastidious castes Our stock is complete We can furnish anything is gents furnish ingst Give us a callwe can please you both with goods and prices r I Stofr I Mahler ME CHANT TAI ORSti r fi ommiuionera ble J W Murrays Assignee Pig nuaiust JnsT Murrayc Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Jjladison Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1XH in the above style cause the Unindei ned will o- nThursdayNovJO04 between the hours of 10 oclock a ui and 12 oclock tnj on the premises in Madbon rodnty Ky proceed to ex poBP to public pale to the highest and tv Kr bidder the following described piip riy viz A Certain Tract of Land and the appurtenances thereon in Madison county Ky on the waters d Paint Lick creek bounded on the nonaby James T Murray on the George Pullins on the east by Harry Tribble and on the west by Jane T Murray and beln a portion of the land conveyed ir3 L McCarley by Alvali Pullins Sr and by said McCarley to J W Murray and being about six acre more or leIs Said land will be sold as a whole to satiety the debt of S E Scrt of 34305 and his cost and the re oiRinder to be held for the further orders of the Court TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser willbe 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 re served upon Raid property until all the purchase money is paid Purchaser will be given possession of said prop erty on January 1905 on cqmphance with terms of sale S H THORPE M C M CC Dmmi iDnerS 21e Green Gentrys Aamr Dft AgainstrNotice 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 undersigned will o- nSATURDAY NOV 12 04 SandMadison county Ky proceed to ex pose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract countyKt Dovleeville Said tract of land is bound ed on the east by Mose Hisle on the south by John Gnggs on the west by HarryCrawfordmore or less This land will be sold as a whole to pay first the line debt interests and coita of DM Chenault towit 912 68and any other debts due by said Green Gentry deceased TERMS Sale will be made on a ciedit of six and twelve months The purchaser will he required to giv biI with approved security for the payment ofihn purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment earinir legal interest from the oayofeale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money S H THORPE Master Commissioner M C C Commissioners Sale J S Galloway etc PItT against Ernest Galloway etc JftD S Harber c Plff against a M 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 1004 in the above style cause the un dersigned will o- nSaturday Nov J9t 04 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on the premises ill Madison county Kentucky pro ceed to expose to public sale to the ollowingdescribed A Certain Parcel or Lot of Land situated In Madison county Ky on tb waters andboundedof Win F Itrowu and the Owen Todd 32acre tract on the west by the lands of K Davis and the county road leading from Maydee to the turnpike near Mad t on Todds heirs 8 Brown jng and Allen Vaughn on the east by the tollgateMaydea to Said land will be offered for sale first in two parcels all that paart on the east- side of aatlroad in one parce1 and all that part on the wet side of railroad In one parcel and producintheTERMSSale will be made on a credit of six and nine months The purchaser will be required to give bond with ape proved security for the payment of till 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 S H THORPE M C M C 0 I For Sale Marclmlneil rose bus and two Oleanders Call at this office OLDMWHIKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be 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 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles i5II Ijugs 250 5U i bottles 3 gallonOrder8 WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county KY Wire trace I am agent lor the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will call on or address- J D LONG iytI01yr Rtchmon Ky Kidneys Cured Free For SO days we are giving absolutely DeBeJlsKldDfYPills lute cure and we want the world to know ItS wonderful results Delay mean death Cn tliis out and toOW Begge Sons fcCo Ohio go Ill 4oct MONEY IN SMALL DCS4GNS Inventions Little Simple and Cheap Are the Ones That Get the Dollars Something homely said the aged inventor Something little something simple something cheap A hook and eye a toothbrush a shoe button Those a the Inventions that there Is money The two InvenUons that It Is conceded have made more than all the others are the safety pin and the steel pen The first gross of steel pens sold for 3fi That is 5 cents apiece A profitable inven tion was the baby carriage A woman originated it and It netted her 50000 Nothing like as much you see as the safety pin or the steel pen The smaller and the cheaper an invention is the more chance Itstands of beingamoney maker I am working now on an invisible hook and eye and a nondetachable suspender button I never In my life bothered with ny InvenUon that wouldntslip Into my vest pocket Kitten Nursed by a Pigeon In a cottage near the village ot New castleton Roxburghshire a pigeon has evinced great friendliness for a kittenIWith the consent ot the old bird has been sitting on the kitten and helping to look after It and play with It The three constitute an Incongruous but happy family Public Sale frImillS from Richmond on the Jacks p lulacesix room dwelling and three barns ooll fencing apple orchard and plenty of water This is one of the best farms in Madison county and will produce corn hemp and tobacco The farm has been in bluegrass for 16 years Price 50 per cre J W Masters Richmond Ky For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson tf M is Laura R Bright Diseased Kidneys Fatal- A tree treatment for Kidney trouble Cut this out and we will for 30 days DeBellsKidneyThis is the only positive cure and we a iffflictedend at once to C W Beggs Sons Chicago III For sale by B L Middelton nov Strayed or Stolen From the Madison County Stock Yards on County Court day October 3 a brown saddle horse about 151 hands highwith small white spots on back hone and small knot on left hind leg just above ankle For return or infor mation leadtig to recovery of horse will pay a reward of 10 P B Broaddtis Richmond Ky Meredith Fox 12oct3t Rnckerville Clark Co Ky Doesnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age but jnst the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and ire respective of old age Dyspepsia Jaunt dice Fever Constipation all jleld to this perfect Pill 25c at R C Stock tons drug store lm Mrartd Black sow white on forehead weight about 150 poundii came to my place about 4 week ago Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges Pleas Benton 28 ep4t Richmond Ky A Bad Case of Catarrh C W Begins Son Co Chicago III My daughter had catarrh so bad she was not able to sit up but after using six boxes Bunsens Catarrh Cure she now pertectly well Iwlll be glad to recommend it Mrs A L McKinney Achelles Kan Sept 12 loot It contains no narcotic and is posi tively guaranteed The above letterproves that BnnRcns Catarrh Cure actually cures Get a free sample from your druggist For sale by B 1 Middelton nov Public Renting Moran Farm on Silver Creek Madison county Ky Thursday Nov IO at 10 oclock a m on the premises No 165758 acres t thejunction gino grassTwostoryhouses barns orchard two cisterns and all necessary outbuildings l4s Ac No 210 ltt TJcres includingresldeuce attach steam No 3273M5 Acres South side of Silver Creek at junction of Lancaster and Berea pike Blue grass sod1o be leased fdr three years 100 acres to co in hemp for two years then In wheat and grass j 10 acres logo inBlueKTal8land we furnish post timber No UZi5 acres South side of Silver Creek and east of railroad in grass The whole farm is under firstclass fence Abundance of rnnning wat r and ponds Lessee to eive notes with approved security payable at pnd of 1005ForMRS JENNIS B MORAN K3wRichmond Ky urcDiamonds Watches Clocks r CutglassIAll kinds of Jewelry V andPredousStoes of very description r These are some of the rJewelrywatch or clOd refuse to- go take them to Lane he c ringneedsLanes hell fix that too 1 ltyon want asnbefuund1nafirstc1Jewelry go r fixediny LE Laned c Jeweler and Optician LH HERES A BABY Its Mother is Well The baby is healthy because during the period of gestaUon its mother used the popular and purely vegetable liniment Mothers Friend Mothers Friend is a soothing softening relaxing liniment a muscle maker invig POWe1intono todosingno inward treatment at all The state of themother during gestation may influence the disposition and future of the child that s one reason why mothers should watch their condition and avoid pain Her health that of the child and lives depend on keeping free om melancholy Be of peacefulmindmake you so Bearing down pains morn g sickness sore breast and insomnia art relieved by this wonderful rcmedy- Of druggists at Ioo per bottle Send for our book Mnotherhood free WE BBAOFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA CAo 4M+CALL AT+w JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWNa Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedby dationIGenuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssPhone 3 Second St D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY 1DZ1TAL SURGERY Or XJaVcxAwye t Loisov OBIfTIBT op LOUISVILLE KY BuildingIchmSndnoTl7ly V M Blanton DENTIST Bennett Building IOfflceiu TELEPHONE 198 faMrsEOYanceDO PhysiciansHobsou Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School ot Oitheopatn gig tire dale Mr S S Carrier and son who con duct a store at the end of Big Hill piko are now having an immense fire sale rldiclllouslJlow9 000 bushels of coal at 9 cts per bushel A full line of groceries and other mer chandise all new and fresh coffee lOch per lb and up calico 6c work slur fit latetifashionscorn feed bay seeds and locust cedar oakand chestnut posts any length foi sale Also clothing tinware clockuI and watches No rout to pay clerks to pay are reasons why we CHI offer things atsuch low prices We pit y cash for all kind of produce Give us call 22June 6m TWO BLUE GRASS Farms for Sale followingThe two farms of Mrs James W Smith the first kni vrn as the Huguely acresrhisllavlugry outbuildings one large barn and several small ones large youngorchard cistern and everything that goes to ncrUIIIThe second known as the Carr pi are and adjoins tract No1 and contains JencInandtheturnpikesandand one and one half miles from church and postoffice This w firstclass land in A good com mnnity and Is a money maker to the partlcularsEVANSHsep9t Elegant Home For Sale thehomeTevis deceased situated near tho L KySal5 12 Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence of eight rooms in firstclass repair outbuildingsthing to make it a desirable place of residence Anyone desiring to examine the property undersigned will taw pleasure ia showing same H R TEVIS avtf RICHMOND KYI o stockfbouts than we now have on display in ur show room It will you to ex mine them before buying We also repairing and rejoining in best nan ners at moderate prices The best rub UorIWeb wood Carriage Works Al4laP4pi c 1+ I TRADE IN ELEPHANTS SMALL C yloi Directory Shows That Only light of the Animals Were Exported in 1903 In the new Ceylon Handbook and Directory an iriterUng record is that of thij export of elephants from the Island during th past 41 years In 1903 there were only eight of these pachyderms sent out of the country one to British India and sven to Germany The price paid for these animals was 7500 rupees giv ing a modest average of 825 rupees each A royalty of rupees 200 per head was Imposed In 1873 and the number of elephants exported which had fallen low before then dwindled In the next three years to three and even to one In 1882 the royalty was reduced toRs 100 In the hope that business might revive and encouragement be given to supplying theNnew demand for Ceylon elephants In Continental menageries The rajahs courts In India had previously formed the chief market for them The total number sold In the time treated of was 2 225 or an average of 56 per annum Mr Alfred Clark an expert estimates that there are now only 2000 elephants In Ceylon The royalty was again raised Rs 200 Whether the effect of this ill be to permit the animals to Increase In undue proportion to their available haunts or that sportsmen shooting ele phants will counterbalance the decrease in the export remains to be seen DEVELOP PECULIAR HEARING Employes Catch Words Easily Iii Din of Mill But in Quiet They Are Very Deaf People who have worked years in mills and shows develop a peculiarity f hearing that Is paradoxical remarked the manager of a big manufac turing establishment to a Philadelphia Record man- They are deaf at home and wonder fully acute of hearing In the workroom In a quiet place where the or- dInary tone of voice Is distinct and sharply defined above all other sounds they have to be almost yelled at by others conversing with them and yet the din of a mill they can carry on conversation where the average per son could not hear a shout Often a visitor comes here to see a friend at work and while the visitor half the time Is unable to hear his own remarks above the racket the worker catches the words without difficulty Yet If the wo were In a room away from the mill t would be the mill employe who would have trouble going ahead with the conversation unless loud speech was resorted to Away from the dat- ert of machinery to which his ears have been accustomed for years the mill hand is more or less deaf but In the midst of the rumble his sense of hearing is very keen Its odd but its a fact DISTINGUISH FLEAS TREAD Many Persons Possess Great Quick ness in Small Sounds Trick of Babbits The quickness which some persons pos sass in distinguishing the smaller sounds is very remarkable declares Na- tUre A friend of the writer has declared he could readily perceive the motion of a flea when on his nightcap by the sound emitted by the machinery of his leaping powers However extraordi nary this may appear we find a similar statement Is given In the Ingenious wofk upon Insects by Kirby and Spence who say I know of no other insect the tread of which Is accompanied by sound ex cept Indeed the flea whose steps a wom an assured me she always hears when It passes over her nightcap and that it clacks as If It were walking In pattens If we can suppose the ear to be alive to such delicate vibrations certainly there Is nothing in the way of sound too diM cult for it to achieve Cats and dogs can hear the movements of their prey at In credible distances and that even in the midst of noise which we would have thought would have overpowered such effects Rabbits when alarmed total bly strike theearth with their feet by the vibrations of which they communicate their apprehensions to burrows very remote APPLE IS FOOD OF GODS HighPriceMeal of Divinities Certain of the Indian tribes of Mexi co have a curious belief about the cac tus button This la a small apple of a rIpeitis about the size of an American 50 cent piece but of about half the thick ness These cacti buttons are sold at quite a high price because the plant is somewhat rare and is found only In high rocky places generally difficult of access This cactus has the effect of leaving the most wonderful and rosecolored dreams to him who in dulges in It The story of the Indians is that this cactus was once the food of the gods The evil spirit stole It from men who had found It and begun to eat it He hid it in the steep mountains where it was lost for many hundreds of years But man who was born with a taste for it in his mouth never gave up the search for it until at last he found it It stall hsthe power to give one visions of heaven its ancient home Marriage Custom in TntiU As an instance of the extraordinary customs which obtain in India we may mention that one section of Gaekwars subjects have a practice of performing all marriages every twelfth year in fants over one year being eligible to marriage Tnedfords BlackDraught comes enhresystemand isalwaysffquentany n biliousness colds diarrhcak mil stomach achei- Thedfords BlackDraught is the standard remedy for stomach bowel liver domesticltisasgoodforchildrenasit every day will won dyspepsiaas directed brings quick relief DA vlLLz ILL Decm1r52 ourtatuUTpwotlior WMn any of us reel badly we wehebonn UTilthofTliedfordsdoes not keep U send Be to The Chatta nooga MedlcUw Co Ch tUnooisTenn and a packasa will be mailed to you For Sale Property advertised under this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or address The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1No3 o 5 No6No No8 No9No No11No No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 N 2a No 30 No 31 No 32 No 33 No 34 Rn nece- Price 25 8 A twostory frame residence contain log Brooms and two balls in Richmond Ky Lot 40x150 feet email barn Price 1000 less than original cost Two nice residences near Main street and only three aquar from court house A mote desirablelocatlon for an ideal borne could not be found These residences will be sold at a bargain Sl20 will buy a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price f Good grating and grain producing farm containing 200 acres residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other Im provements In tine locality Price st500 Farm containing 100 acre well fenced but with no other Improvements Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price SlfiOO Four cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 each Good cottage in firstclass condition dsterd etc Price 500 Nice residence containing seven rooms in resident portion of ctly Large yard and garden and all necessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres of land five acres in grass and two in garden good orchard and grape arbor nil necessary out buildings This property is situated in n thriving vlllnge where churches and schools are convenient Price 500 One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms cityLotA twostory residence In rood neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for nnyone deslr ingnn ideal home One cf the best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighborhood Cottage on a nice resident street containing four rooms and neces sary outbuildings Cnn be pur chnaed on the installment plan A great bargain at 1100 Will oaint residence for purchaser An ideal cottage tot five rooms beautiful yard and all necewary oulbnlldlngslnclndlng good stable and cistern Price llJO Will sell on Installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser conIporches situated in best reMrtenee portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out build- Ings A great bargain for anyone a nice home eigbtIall In grass and is Al good farm and is welt watered There is on this land a small residence and other Localityhect AndersonIIng is 3 stories covered with iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the latter three moo hs of the year It Is fin nptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt 14 acres with the mill Includ lila what Is with the hoone of 5 rooms All for 6250 or 5500 for the mill and the acres One half cash Has fine trade No mill In 10 miles Also a fiOhnrrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt river Ste im power new nptod te In every and good dwelllne with improvements and 20 acres of fine land CldSe to Southern railroad Price 9000 Al acres of Florida land in Mannrilel on railroad Ptreet throueh place leaving Siicreaon one side with 2story 5roon hnune and oranges t eacb peers plum grape bearing and 6 acres on oth er with 6room 1story house oranges peaches nears plums grapes etc all for KKn or the 8 acres for or the 5 acres for 1100 handsome twostory frame dwel containing eight rooms two haifa bath rooms with hot and cold water basement under entile house good yard sort all necessary outbuildings Best location In Richmond for boarding house 148 acres Mercerconntv farm In 240 yards of pike 5 room 2storv bouse tenant honMg large Earn abundant water 7000 300 acres In 3 miles of Hurodsbnrlt on pike good land in rom bIck residence excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc 165 per acre 207 acres at Domain Merrer county fine hemp and tobacco land good firience excellent barnflne running water PricSSan acre As good as any 1100 land ofIRichmond Nice Yard garden and sary outbuildings Great bargain GrainPastureMixturett FOR FALL SOWING A BarleyRye Yields the largest amount cf Winter and Spring crazing fine for soil Improrlne or haySow acre Price per buhei 100 5 bushel inS over per bushel 50 bushel 85c per bushel SACKS INCLUDED We carry the most complete assortment cf all seeds Seed Wheat Barley Rye Winter Turf Oats Grass Glover and Forage Crops The finest quality Seeds are always sold under our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds Write lor our Larfe Free Catalog Ht55 WOOD STUBBS 4 CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY For a1e Prlvatciy I will v privately my hiiis mid lot on Might street Wood riRtent suit all necessary outbildings Plenty ol fruit For particulars see 15jtf Alfred Douglas Sr The M B Parrish School of Phon ograpbv Hobson Building La eat in strnction Positions secured for pupils tf For Sale Nice lot on Fourth street 47x12 0 test For particulars call Rtthls 1lIict ctJtfCoach Excursions Nib IFridays TO St Louisvia BOSWWorlds ROUND from TRIPI Cincinnati Ohio Good on all Trains Return Limit 7 days Aek your local ent for time of trains illustrated Worlds Fair folder andWorldFMrdr wMCAY 0 F qiutstL O- hioEjLI coc More Heat = Less Coal j works on scientific principles the coal is fed from underneath the gases pass thro the flame instead of arising from it and are consumed and transformed into heat Not an iota of heat value is lost coal bills are re duced onehalf to twothirds and the air is neither vitiated nor burdened with the dis agreeable odors and dryness of the old fashioned hotair fur naces We would like to send you our free book about it or Squeeze All the your coal thehothouse combustibleif the proper takeu insure com PeckWilliamson Undetfeed Furnace have you call store where these Furnaces ex Y bition Arbuckle Simmons Sole Agents for PeckWilliamson Heating Ventilating o 337 West 5th Cincinnati Richmond Ky Cheap Rates via e Illinois Central Railroad LOUISVILLE TO 1520 20 New OrleansTickets sold Jackson lVIissNovembe good returning 30 VicLsburg Miss withstopovers Correspondingly low rates points round trip Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas f r Out heatvalue of andsmoke are is to at our are on Ie Ie f f Is st 0 Very 15 15 13 60 14 to intermediate low Rates in on first and third Tun iv in each month to the Territory and For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of California and New apply to agent or address F W HARLOW D P Kv L1Br BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Main and B Streetslyr Phone 06 0 SHAG ElFORD CO Tijjor Disc Corn Planters Hamilton Corn Planters Tiger Disc Harrows H milton Disc Harrows Tornado Disc Harrows Tiger Cultivators Brown Cultivators Oliver Chilled Plows Sanders Disc Plows Malta Double Shovels Avery Double Shovels Collars Back Baud Bridles and your Gases means bustion The Special Roundtrip Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Oklahoma Texas Orleans nearer railroad A- Louisville B Haines O K Steel Range Miller Steel Range Willard Steel Rane Radiant Home Ranne nweAcvance Cutting Boxes gW Griss Mills4 rX Feed Mills S- COrn Shelters Hayforks Shovels iia Picks D uhle Trees I3cjibksj Hinges and Bolts More Things than Letters in this Paper Call andS for Yourself UBS n ockelford Co t IjFInt