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I i r 1Iin HI l 1 I t 1 IC8111R JLiIr f Q I Jt I rsI jAi i r NoU1R 6119COLTJME 3L tz1I4T JC RIdHicOD MADISQICCOUNTY KESTTTaJKY WEDNESDAY r1ri IIPHONE SOT StTL h r I 71We ftl are determined you shall st e z ioour store gotdsihnt buy- to offer prIces are much larger stuk jn before were offer gains to ct1Iand s qualit ofcftir 3o 4S a Our line of Goods Waistings etc iY wcrgnev ir ocomglele nAPriceslnyctf vtrstharTseyihlie C rid Outings5t 6 14 7J28 g 1 andlOc are values tan offered before All kinds of Cotton fabrics bottom prices 8 i2 Underwea1BlanketsQuilts7 etc at prices to1fease the customer qir mi f J 25 and T 2 T Keady tdwear 75cfo 57 Cloaks and jJpiiiHhHki a PU priar t in the newest Styles piS8ible to obtain at prices so us to laVt no room tf ricinipe etAsee them b oreniakin ypur felectiou and Qyercoats i + Boots and Shoes Save our lino before imv ir g thatSult or O rcofor your soil or b y Ja mftnko unless Raincoats at 10 U2M15 Do h l1 iThat old iidlJtbt a O at1not soB GOOD ciin1snht factory to You cnnot buy bet ti he D M IIHOH s nes for Ladies nt f2 to f30 Plummors Little Red House Shoes fur ihildn n bitveji lqUM1 Thti famous7 J E lIlt and Sz Shoes for men 350 Yo5 cannot excelled I for stvle cmfrt ant kvatr Fry a pir We you tiJaction IfoursJto please 7w LACKEY ANDHAMILTON H F 71 7Iv 71 rfif 41iJ7I7 7t K4WariiiiSflow To hIIs one of the that will soon confront all ttheris t 7 J upon us way to keep a com J fraWQIUWiSO tiphane I Eh 4 lit j- P1ehr1ItcL heaters from u J 1 C ALOC- o n it vhns superb line of s anti Heat- ersIsnqedb anv house iu Central Kartnky Y6 wiTTfind ttiero also a stock of Farming Utensils GUterLK ami other artiulo that should foil ml lnt fir1 bar ware storE iMso sot sgont for the T Old Hickory Wagons IALeS1rRene lJ 1 Makesthe= hair prow tong andjievyandkeePs it soft and glossy 4 StopS ra4nng luir and cures always restores color to cray hair 9fn fifty Yrt iSur NEW YORK CLIPPERIS THEATRIClil I SfltJW PAPER SiN THE WOFLD 400 Per Year Single CopyjIO Cts ISSUED 1KKKbTi SAMP COPY FREE FBANK QUEENPUB COUd ruBLisnEns uSUSIL4TWmu 8T EWYOBL r 5 zIi F tWINES I 1 kULTOREJ IE y r k 4 +determined to lllakeyou siioucyr I J I We know t btMerits of our Goods t 1 Every epaifcment 4s compte1Yl- oaded with t1bet moneycan forjthe 1 We carrythg all lines than ever We ne ipreparedto greater bar than now YWe et dtoyuacordia1 invitation see us i SS Let Tlr Show You the goodsthe pricitl the- talking Silks Dress flannelettes J2 ever Abck Hosiery co t Dress Skirts + W hVO CloaTrJaBUjiFurs astonishingly 4low Suts rnp4Iiytiiiig you see our lnes be ha tii Fine jWatsoji School will assure J 7in7I 717 ourpi4llJas TheVuresi Stov Ioomplete class I ATTORNEYS SS V MILLER 1 41 ij ATTOESETATLAW RiciiMOSDr EBNTDOKT Office n the Burnam Building tied dQor to umers National febSly I sScrIIiJ I t- I Jt TOi TPWt fRIQHJIOIW JCENTOOK- YfflceovVState ank ltTrns Csop otQ Conrt Jfonfie orrJ1lain JsfreeJ 77- l 1 7cO 1I OINAUJfl- ATTqRiRrs 4T Iri IQHMOND sfS KEN CKt Office on Second street over when alts grocery Z fi r TACKSON ROBERTS 1YL o1i Ii COUNSELLORS AT LA- WRICHMONDtKENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thocpaa drag store 2ORS GIBSON AGIBSpN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND s KENTUCKY Office inthf Dr Hobson ildiol11a1nStnet 7 SS 1 DR LANUMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesilaj JJofIR i i J1JIfl V For Shampooing Manicuring Fn plal Masancefind all kinds of toilet req- I1IRitecaIL It IIIMonps next loor to grocery on Main street 2OatfSFor Sale A eixyearo14 combined hrse 151 hands liicb pSrfe etly gentle For price etccallon GJ4WliIteSon- Oocttf r l Eocer WilllftUs Cifrars Frasn Bros For Rubber Stamps call at this office S1 01 IFI1RWJPIJRErTI1LT watits that are soon to come A piece of new Furniture a pfelttj 5ictur6 or F t 2 11 anice Rug We handle a1Iklddof house furnishing gocds from the smallest pieceupto the massive fled Room Suites 3 tri n v 1111 Our line of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fanc Hampers fRugsalaYge lino of odd Recking Chairs and eyeryOjing thatyii1 0 t 3blII make iJi OTe cozy and oomfortabl TT C hj JS4 Zl ipome and inspect our big stock Special ttcntIonIsalIed to our a r t Undertaking Departiient i l1 t L Si2 IiluI1IJ d tSSwSsSo OLDhIAL- 1ln Lc fr tJIrRvIT T jrru pS t 5u1StSI I H proverbS u When the butter wont cornerput a penny in the churrf is ant old time dairy proverb It oKenseems to work though no one has ever toldv1y When mothers are worried because the qhilHren do not gain strength and fleShcwe say give them Scotts Emul sion It is like the penny in the milk because it iworks and because there is something asfpnishing about itScoltfs Emalsion is simply a milk pf pure cod liver oil vith some hypop lOs lites pecially preparedtfor deli ate tomachsS Children keWt it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as tlaturall to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For ill wealc arid pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny J e a sample free Be roie thit this picture the torn of libel a on the wrapper cf every bottle of Emubl n you bay SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Eec and 100 aU druggists IheOwenI Davenport and Bed Com j bined I OnlrDsverrport nWule wtiftU ebntain a I I genuine bed scpiirptcrSed cpringKTeniov I able mattreMr all 01 Inthebae- kprI waJciiipJnJhe inornlnc ready for use t I Itjonr 4ealer dee noL carry it nenA iairect VTite for catalog I Th p T9eQiTpany ciisve III i SS il RQSBBINqJDSIAN CHILDREN SS Guardians tease iaiads to Confeder jates for Small Suri and yrcfltl rhen Divided j Ii rn6i Ml1e rrtbb1ag Choc taw ana Chickasaw Indians on nd- 1airftlateby 1 Su J d1itetdent Tones otib Indfan bureau and Secretary Hitchcock has asked the departmentof justice to break it up For 25 sometimes less the lather or dottier of a minor Chickasaw is induced to consent to the appointment of the man as guardian fdriho minor Last Summer guardians were appointed for more than 200 minors by the clerkof Ihefederal court in Indian Territory The appoint meats were made during the recess ol the court and it Is alleged that in every instance the appointee is unfit Many of thg guardians asjsoon as they get possession of the land which the gOY ernment had allotted to the minors when the lands were allotted in severally leased them to farmers or cattlemen for ridiculously small sums Theinference is that the guardian and the lessee divided the proflts the Indian child getting nothing and the parentonly the 25I1alc1 for hi consent to theapPolntmentotthe- guardian The request of Secretary mtchoock has brought to Washington represents UVesbf a number of trust companies who make a business of furnishing bonds for these guardians Fearing that this profitable branch of their business will be broken up they are suggesting the substitution of curators for guardians But the only distinction between a curator and a guardian according a Superintendent Jones is that a cura tor will have no authority over the per son of the Indian child This means that he will merely take cnarge or the childs property andwIII be relieved of furnishing the youngster food and cloth Ing out of the proceeds of the lease- Shere ate hundreds of thousands of acres allotted to Indian children ftp child of either tribe has less than 200 acres of the finest laaCJUjthi country Many otThenThave thousands of acres flt for grazing nurnoses ROLE OFMODERN PRESS Inquiries by Scandinavian Club- Brings Series of Laudatory BeS piles frpm French Schools Tile Publicist club of Chrlstianla Norway has Just been holding its tenth annual celebration and has been both ering over Just what role the modern press plays In its anxiety It asked a number of famousFrench Academicians and got quite a fair number of replies For instance lie illustrious scientist Marcelin Berthelot the father of mod era chemistry replies Science Is the principal motor force in civilisation and the press Is the fundamental instrument in its propaganda and therefore responsible for Its uni versal action Jules Claretle directeur of the Come dleFrancaise says The press js nQ longer merely the fourth power as formerly It Is the supreme voice because It is the voice of the people It Is also The conscience of the public The press is the and respects Itselfbecause it mustchallenge the resoectof allY Then the dramatist Paul Hervieu who is the Clyde Fitch of Paris Nowadays the pless exercises the powers pncebelonged to thcprlnoo the priestand the magistrate Itgives or lakes away It teaches or persuades Judges condemns or gives absolution What conscience ft must have to exer ciserightly this triple function towhlch it spires with no one to say It nay aecomIpllshedrange the conciliation of people and classes And so on The Publicist club has de dared Itself satlsflea as to Its doubts about the dignity of newspaperdbm GIRL OBTAINS THE LICENSE And Then theMan She Would Wed- Proves Unwilling to Marry Her When Joseph Fellc a shoemaker of Detroit Mich1 goes downtown after leather again he will probably make the rip alone The other day he per mUte Miss Apollent Kranlz to ac company him and shortly afterward they halted before the marriage li cense counter in the county clerks of lice Joe saw his companion raise the stump of her right arm while a clerk solemIIa ma e grievously put out when Informed ling this was what she had done She told me she Was going to pay I the tax said ne dejectedly through an interpreter I dont love her I dont want to mart her He breathed a sigh of relief when Informed he was not obliged to marry Just because a license had been issued Fell says Miss Krantz hats been corn ing to his shop a great deal of late to read the papers to hlm partiCUlarly war news Miss Kranlz would not say much about the iicense excent that she liked Joe and she thought Joe liked her No date had been set for the marriage Woman Mss 1 PtOJVilQthe Hftrarlan s said tooelbeonljr woman at the head of so large a library She began as as assistant and served In almost every capacity i 43titp MqvJ tculIt Consfdering that itsblrth rate Is already t smaller than Its death rate France seems to be wise In lIz prohi bitten Of Automobile racing iH iunfti rs1Z HJ il C jA yayBiCYcle Terminated with an mtly cnfon the lee of J B Drrier Franklin Grove El It developednstnbbora ulcer unyielding to doctoraand remedies for four yeare Then Bucklena Arnica Salve cured IKs just as JOoo for Burziseaklk- Skin fcrnry Ions and Piles 25o at RUO Stocktons drug store 1m Farm of 325 huts tar Rent t o ree fqa c 1 rJn 16l 1 0 acres meadow 0 balancer in sraSTKfS pKce is wen water ForJujttbftLpar UcularB cell ai this office tf A for Sale My liODRe located on West Sain street flihililBg seven rooms and fOUjU4 A3plytb1 q ink pads daten Jftld CHemii offls I OR MAIN FIRST l RQyA LI II Baking Powder Mkes len Bredi A f qjWith Royal Ba ingowdeithlreh no mixing witlllfhe hapds no syveat of the brow Perfectcleanliness greatest Iciiitysweet1earl healthful food Full instructions in the Royal Bakerand IJH ast y Cook book for makingall kinds of bread biscifi nd- lwith Royal Baking Powder Gratis tc anyaCldress t4t4a ROYAL DAKING POWDEgiCO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW 1 ORKIiJ J i e4 55 TWOFATALLY INJURED J A Pitched Battle Between Mountain II ears and Gypsies SoniereetKy Nov 11n Ii pV ed battle between citizetiand a band of hors tradlng gypsies near Alpine on the Cincinnati Southern railway In the lower end of this county two citizens were fatally wounded and oth ers seriously injured Several of the gypslesieUvictims of the skillful aim of the Kentucky mountaineers despite 0the fact that they wore protected by the barricade of their wagons arid par aphernalla The injured Romanies were shot in the head or breast and their wounds will prove mortal The citizens who fell in the battle ire John McKee Anderson Frgsgjt and D Halnes McKeeYb09Yl1S fairly peppered gypsies from a shotgun F eman was shot three times The bullets that hit hfm were nre l from a 38call ber revolver1 HaIneilTwas twice hit once by a revolver bullet and again by slugs from a shotgun One gypsy at least Is known to have been desperately wounded and several others were badly hurt J THE KENTUCKY votE Republicans Claim the Election of W I H Jones andJ M Bennett Louisville Ky Nov 11 Complete unouclal returns from the Ninth district give John M Bennett rep a plurality of 68 over James N Kehoe democratic incumbent in the race for congress The republican managers In Louis vile are still claiming that Juclge W H Jones rep has defeated James Richardson for congress in the Third district but unofficial returns indicate the latter lelectlpn by a small plu rality THEGOEBELSTATUS Monument Committee Rejects the One Made By Moretti Lexington Ky Nov llrThe Gee bel monument commlttee met here Thursday and at the suggestion of Ar tbuf Goebel rejected the statue of the late William Goebel made by Morettl the New York sculptor A new contract contemplating a dif ferent sculptor wasentered Into with the Lexington firm Morettis model Is Raid not to represent Goebel faith fully enough to be accepted Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Nov 11 Tobacco brought good prices Thursday Mar ket steady Offerings were 144 hhds of which 30 were burley and 114 hhds dark Burley ranged from J7 to 1875 and dark sold from 310 to J740 New burley spld from Jto sta Tho present rains Is expected to caua a big market next week Shot the Cider Seller Owensbow Ky Nov 11 Because Mrs Joseph Daniels protested to Joo Snmner against his selling her hus band cider he Is alleged to have curs ed her Daniels met Sumner on the roM hear here and hConce fired on him with a shotgun inflicting fatal wounds AhTo Reduce the Representation r Lexington Ky Nov Hi Owing to thS recent democratic victory in this t city and county the democrats nosy j being In control Judge Bullock and the fiscal court issued astatementre HstrlctlBg the county precincts and reducing the present number of 30 to2O family Inured atFIre Louisville Kyqv 11Pat 3y ron ladderman of the No 8 engine compan was prbBably fatally injured In a fire at the1 Adler Organ Cos factory 20th and Chestnut streets Thursday Archlne Porter un employs was overcome with heat and amoke The New Capitol Building- Frankfort Ky Nov 11 Architect F M Andrews of Dayton arriedhero- rhrsdayw1thj the plans tor Ken tuckys new statehouse The Capitol commission held A meeting and exam lnedtho IJ1ns They expressed them selves muciipleased with the design Pleads SeIt Defense Louisville Kr Nov ItDr WB Gossett who shot Dr Harry B Qreen was presented In the police court and bja case continued until November 284 Tiie chances are rood for the recovery of Dr Green Dr Gpasetfa frlendaBay his plea will be selfaefensft Death ofJames Knoqch Newport K y Nov ll James Knobloch of thl city former super- Intendent of public works former councilman and for yearonq Pt the foremost men of the city died In Pied mont w Val riurodayS The Vote h Logan County Russeilvllle Ky Nov 1lThovote for cpBKres a Logan county was nichari8pnA dent 896i Jon lIt3j ST357 Richardsons majority 639 The vote for president waslMktr 2877 TlooseYelt 2353 wfersdtN14 kiMJi loi ri good as C4llll i1Jll cbiitor 1C tI it sini rIe 1 kVnI ree Btyfr ffAteIt privately my farm 4 tithes from Richmond nth Jacls- Cek pik nov inih rt1e akiFare place containing 245 acres with nice six room dwelling and three barns good oflwalirTiljiauntyand produce eorai lump and tobacco The farm has been in bluegrait for 1C years Knce450pei acre J W Masters 21septtf Rich oI1l1 Ky NotaSik tay inc5 1 Iwa tafcensickwitbrkldney trouble I tried all sorts ot medicInes nore of which relieved me One day I saw an adofyonffilectric Hitters and deter tnineii to fry that After taking a fewS doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sicH ay since Neighbors of mine have been cured Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what F BasS of Fremont N C writes tOnly6Ocnt R U Stocktons drug store 1m o5raic1 A nice two story frame residence in Irvlne adjoining Estill Springs proper ty The residence contains seven rooms with all necessary outbuildings For partrciilars call on or J B Broaddus PanoJaKy1 7sp 4m New Grocery Haying opened tipw grpcerY In the henault building on Second street I irordialYy invite the public to call apd Inspect thy new line of goods There will be added to my stock daily fresh seasonable ood Calland get prices uufresh clean groceries G A Lovell tf Second St Richmond Ky Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many- a railway wreckand the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Thrbat and Lung troubles But since tlm advent of Dr Kings New Discovery ror Consumption Coughs Jim Colds even the worst case caD be cured and hopeless resiguatiotr is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Crag of Docli Bter Mass is one of many o life was savejl by Dr Kjngn NewTjscovery This great remedy is unaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases byR OStocklon flruggist Pricr60 rand St Tritt bottles free 1m Gordon Red Rubber Stamp Makers CllmafolflceS NUMBER 26 1 I 11 ACHBJSS r t iftJo Fine Clo1s Mzk- ers1tt IIi BALTSIMOENEWsORK 11 You Need a 1 New Overcoat 1 1 Drop in here to day and take a look at our rich assortment made by Schloss Bros Co CO It II EOT CLOThES MAKERS The beauty of the Schloss Overclads is in the tit oi tbe neck and shoulders graceful lapel and perfect collar together with the general air of smartness lifts them put of the readymade class and identifies them with the work of the finest tailor Manymen cling to the costly merchant tailor habit on their SUITS but jush into the nearest clothingstoreat the ilrat touohIof winter and walk away with an Overcoat What need is there to pay a fancy price to a merchant tailor when you can buy a Schloss Overclad of unapproachable style and incomparable workmanship for a great deal less The picture shyws two exceedingly popular stylesuDrop in and let us talk it over IIour PriceFrom 12 to 2O iI We are naming special prices this week on all Dress Goods I Our stock is the largest and most complete in the city All weaves and fabrics in fever this season are shown in this partment Fet low cash prices on your dresses deI ITrva r our 5 O I new our La In Ladles ino Shotls Price fit to in 300 I theare superior style qualityand any marketI If you are not wearing HAWES HAT you are not getting best value for your money The price Is 800 and they are guaranteed to give satisfaction Made in all the nw styles Ge our prices on all kinds of Winter Shoes before you buy We can save you money and give you the best shoos W6 carry no rhoddy p1ngevery pair solid and guaranteed Ladies misses and chlldrens Kangaroo Calf Box Calf anti Kid Shoos 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 oily our prices are- the lowest We are headquarters for Carpets Curtains Oilcloths Domestic 555Dry goods Notions of all kinds Gents Furnishing Goods etc J fUnequalled prices ere being named on all Blankets and Comforts Ourbasemont is chuck full of legant Blankets and Comforts Get our low cash prices and save money Respectfully W IX Oldha Co Busy Bee CashStore jc A ELDERS XBARGIN STORED j e Warm Weather Suggests 0 nCthe necessity of the immediate purchase of just such war v aa are made mention of and the attractivelv low prices thatpreviltliroujhu this moneysaTirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here T5- 0q Ginghams in great warietc Shelves full and counters heaped higillwith choice wash fabrics as this store is famoua for ij Extra good m Dress Ginghams m a great variety of newest styles m plaids J checks and stripes at special price peryard lOc i Corded Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists de be- I refyaarehbi ng a oeautifur line ofLmvns Dimities etc jpallcolpr 5e up Knicker Voile Suitings all the Shades cheap at 25c our pri 1f15 Jacard Voile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades Vangated Voile seven shades to select from 12ic India Linen 7i to 25c StociilnjlsSpecIals40dozefl and girls lxi Black Rlbbf14thread Stock los and Girls a wearing and dressy Stocking sizes 5 to 91 Ing high SPI1CCtI liels and toes Stockings the iron wear kind 2threat real Maco 2x2 ribbed 401ozen Bicycleworth fir at 15c pair inadeol serviceJlcle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to to worth 5e at lSc per pair double heel arid tol 2i yard See our stock ofRngs Oil Cloth 20 to75cvd- v3 Carpets12c t Mattings 10 IE Rnd 20c yard stock of Mens Suits tt 1 US to 10 eYei shown ill Richmond Youths Suits are 8ho win tIn prottiest und 8 JOe to 125 Mens Shirts 25o to 1 Straw Hatsmen tloy5 up + U to 8 Knee SqltlJ toSS Lace Curtine a bellutifol lIne to select m39c to pair Poles 8 and lOe Stock of Notions complete rods 810 anti 15c New Stock Ladles Muslin Unde wear Corset Covers 10 to t Ieh Bums extension and Dress Skirts i 25 to 4coll1f Pants 40c Gowns 48cj Skirts SOc Ask to see them Ladiis Walking ft 16 Th y are LeautiesS 6MILLINERY Y1 I u tt 1rora boauUfil 1e The PricesiShirl Waist lists the tioiit choosing nt ked atyouir them BleaChed Pu1fw Cal5os Seeera ofevery decrpcIon Ilnntlkercbiefa 10 and 15e larisola40e to 4 Oc Corsets 25o to t fiI ties l2 Ladles and eents PIcturttFrame 5 l0182 il and dOe We haTe just received about t 6 Shoes and Slippers all pries few Jardineres leftatthem We have 5flOj1cLiireIroth ui to2 each Do DOt faU to sea onya n5293IS9and49c A 4= RcpctfuWSibw4 kd b J Tr1fll1flli r tk France EL V Eldei RIJ t1c III h 0 i r I I I ir 4 1Hi t t eeeSSS e s S n I e S 1 t Ht i H Hi D c I DSS Grant1zina Iu aIe- SS 5 5 SSI 5I 5 I IE ISIS Having decided to quit business at once we are offering I 0e 0our entire stock of 9S S BOOTS0g s tnishingsS1a IIII S at cost for Cash OnlyS S S We are determined to close out and we offerS 55 S 5 1 The Greatest Bargains of your LifeS S U S seeS005 a 0S a for OUrself All persons owing us will please call and settlesS 555 0 s55 0S 1 S 1f CRudER TRIBBLE S S j 1 50 05Main Street Richmond t Kentucky HsS e S 55SS S S 0 vaODOD DDD The Richmond Climax u P0BII8HKUZVEKY WEDNESDAY B- YTho Climax Printing Co Incorporated un J 0 OUXNAULTPrektent-A D MILLHRmm Bdltori JUMEBr WEDNESDAY NOV IB 1904 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative IL W MILLER For County Judge tc TURPIN For OmiHtr Attorney It H CnOOKE For Slwriff P K BROADDU- er County Gterk- JKSSE COBB For J ilr BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor 1IOYI P VAUBRS For Sttpt PnUlks Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGKRSTAFF TUB hardest working Democrat in Kentucky during the campaign was Senator Jama B McCreary of Rich mond Nearly every day he could be fund on the stump pleading the cause orhia party and anywhere the committee ordered him he was on the spot at the time advertised and doirg his level beet for his party There is rot one politician in the hundred who xvill take the stump and make all lindg of Inconvenient trips to fill d ties unlees hll has some use to grind tix up his own interests or lay plans lur his own personal welfare But in Cov McCreary there has been none of this and he went from the sense of duty to his party No man in the Democratic party in Kentucky has rendered more faithful service or Info more unselfish work and the rank and file owe him a debt of grati tude Central Record Tug eldest children of two Japanese families cannot raairy for the oldest child must always live at home and fo keepthe family home from passing into strange hands If a man marries a Japanese heiress he has to take her iimily name if he is poor himself PRESIDENT ROOSBVBLT has issued h s usual Proclamation naming Thurs day November 24 as Thanksgiving day IT U now King Roosevelt and Pre mier rtooker Washington At least it will be so when the new Cabinet is ap pointed FIIATS the truthIt was moneyand not votes that counted t BROWBRS r i Cant iouSee What a valuable asset in your business well furnishedof lico would be Think what a beneficial effect n luxurious carpet comforta vble chairs and handsome office knniituro will have on your Client jpVhy put up with those rattI furnishings longer when theI best is the cheapest And we Biave the best call on us willtiitolljirs to yout CIF15Broer Go In AIN AND BRODWA1J aiX1NGTON Xr I u ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal 3rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 Announcements FOR CITY ATTORNEY We Hre autboriied to announce R rROBKKTS a camlidnte for City Attorney subject to the Hdion of the Democratic party We ire sutboriitd to announce TIIOS H COLLINS a candidate for City Attorney sub ject to She action of the Democratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE War atborized to announce JAMES II AILMAX a canilMnte for Chief of Police of the city 6f Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce CLAUD DBVOKE a candidate for the office of Chief of Polkto of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce VW lIAR DIN a candidate for the office of Ohlef of Police of Richmond Kobject to the action xSf the DeBtoctttic perty fWe are autborieed to annOunce W1 CRB8KfORb a candidate for Chle of Pdlice tjieDetocralicpartyI hereby announce myself a cnndidale for Chief of PoiSe of Richmond subfect to the action nf the Democratic party Having hail several years experience ea parity most or the time at a salary of J8S per month which the records will show I think that I am en titled to this office over any Inexperienced candidate Pete Everett Berry FOR JAILBR We are authorized to announce LBE 0 SHEAItKR a candidate for Jailer of Madson county subject to the action of the Republican percy IN the face of the terrible cataclysm that swept over the country last Tuesday it is quite refreshing to know that Madison county is still Dem oratic If all Democr its were as true as these in our home county there would nevor be a Republican Presi dent so long as time lasts All glory and honor to the Democrats of Dear Old Madison PERSONAL Dr Landman the oculist will be at he Hotel Glyndon today Mr and Mrs J Gideon Taylor are visiting inTennessee Capt J M Thomas of Ford is re ported to be quite ill Miss Dora Anderson of Berea is visiting Mrs W L Leeds Mr and Mrs J Stone Walker were in Jouisvillelastweek Mr Clyde Hart came down fiom the tail and uncut last week Miss Angelina Cobb of Danville has been visiting friends here Mr and Mrs T H Collins have returned fjom their bridal trip Mrs T J Smith Jr and Miss hobo Bennett have been in Louisville Mr E C MnWhorter and son were in Riuhuinnd Monday buying cattle Pentral Record Mr and Mis W R Thomas of Estill Springs were here last Thurs dayMiss Elizabeth Walker visited friends in Richmond last week Jessamine Journal Miss Kate Turpin is at home from a visit to her sister Mrs W S Williams in Paris Prof K P Adams left Monday for Charleston W Va to instruct a cla- ssZcHTPerftSundaynight culturo with a party of Lexington friends for a visit r JenningiIMaupin flMr Robt II McCreary of Chicago has been hero on a visit to his parents Senator and Mrs J B McCrearv lea Anoe DeJarnett returned lastl Thursday from a pleasant visit to Missouri and the St Louis Fair Btwarcof Ointments for labrrh that Contains Mercury mercury will surely destroy the seose of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering ltthrooh the mucous surfaces Such articles never be used except on scriptious from reputable pbysiclanlias he damage they will do ten ito the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manutact ured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken in ternally acting directly upon the ltdand mucous surfaces of the syshitn buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure VOlt get the genuine It is taken lntir- alk and mad in Toledo Ohio by F ollenes OJ Tettmoniala free told bYhtln1FgIstIJ price 75c perbottieUB ll tfrfc tb L Miss Lena White of Missouri z has been visiting Miss Mollie Fif1 spent last week in Lexington Mr WLRice of Rice Station was a pleasant caller at this office yesterday Miss Florence Chenault leaves to day for Lexington and then she will go to New York to visit Miss Speed Dr Coleman D Patti attended the Confederate reunion and dedication of the new Infirmary at Pewee Valley last week Mrs A DTTflillfir and Mjss Mifffiie Dykes went to Louisville last Friday- to see the allstar cast intTho Two Orphans MTss Nettie Scrivnor of Winchester has been spending several days with her sisters Misses Alma and Sue Scrivner Mr C L Taggart was in Richmond Tuesday Judge John C Chenault of Richmond was in Irvine this week Irvine Herald Misses Charlotte Sharpo and Ollie Mitchell private clerks to U S Marshal S G Sharpe are here attending Federal Court vRev D Clay Lilly an old C U boy ndiliving at WinstouSalem N C was her last week visiting his brother Mr Grant E Lilly Mr and Mrs Woodbury of Middles boro and Will Rowland of Danville attended the funeral of Capt James F Shackelford Sunday Mr L Emmett Miller and sister Miss Elizabeth of Indianapolis are expected next week to spend Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs A D Miller Rev Jasper K Smith formerly pas tor of the First Presbyterian Church here but lately of Little Rock Ark has accepted a call to one of the first churches or New Orleans- A special from Mt Sterling sa s Mr and Mrs Robt Crooks have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Nancy Rice Crooks to Dr John Devault Guerrant of Lex ington The wedding will be celebrated Wednesday November 16 at the residence of Miss Crooks parents near this city Miss Crooks is one of the prettiest and most highlyaccom plished young women in Eastern Ken tucky and ia social favorite Dr Guerrant is a son of Rev Edward 0 Guerrant and was born and reared in in this city He Is an eminent young physician and a popular gentleman Lexington Leader NOTIlE TO DEMOCRATS RICHMOND KY Nov 10th 1904 To the Democrat of Maditon County Under rules 27 28 and 29 adopted by the Democratic State Convention held in the city of Louisville on June 8th theIres pective voting precincts on the third Monday in November 1704 at the hour ot one oclock p m standard time to proceed then and there to the election of precinct committeemen On the fourth Monday in November the precinct Committeemen thus dee ted are requited to meet at the county Beat in the several counties and or ganize by electing a Chairman and Secretary t It is of the utmost importance that these details ot the party organization e attended to and it is earnestly re commended that as many Democrats 43 possible attend these precinct meet jugs nlG2 R W MILLER Chin Madison County Dem Com BIRTHS Mr aud Mrs Everett Green are re joking over the birth of a line sou Mrs Green was formerly Miss Ollie SmithKENEDTT0 the wife J Sam Kennedy on the 7th inst idaughter Alice Cook Carlisle Mercury Mr and Mrs Kennedy formerly resided here Seed KfeJrlSiI Euibry Arbacifa IRichroond Ky- lione227i V K II Ir A Ceterf Wttff The marriage on Thursday evening October 27 oi Miss Bessie Deatherage of Moberly and Mr P Wood Estill of Waco was a brilliant affair not ei elled by any similar event in this vil lage To have received more and handsomer presents than any bride before la HufBcient evidence of the popu larity of the young couple The cere mny that made Miss Bessie Deather age the happy bride oi Mr P Wood Estill was performed at the home of the brides parents in the presence of a crowded audience a number of whom were trom a distance two hun tired invitations having been issued Rev L J Miller of Peytohtown formed the ceremony perj The parlors of the hall and room were artistically decorated with beautiful flowers green and white being the prevailing colors Miss Mary W Broaddns of Richmond or ganist promptly at 8 oclock played the wedding march by which the bridal party entered the parlor whose ceiling was decorated with a circle of white flowers and green foliage under Which the happy couple stood to take the solemn vow which made them one The bridesmaids were Miss Mamie L Walker of Lowell and Miss Mary Alice Williams of Richmond The grooms attendants were Mr Geo W White formerly of Berea and Rev Goo Miller son of officiating minister Rev Goo Miller and Miss Mary Alice Williams led the march then the bridegroom and Miss Mamie LWalker The bride escorted by MrtGeo W White who gave her in marriage The bride wore a beautiful white silk gown She carried a bouquet of white flowers The bridesmaids wore gowns of white organdies and carried White flowers with green After re ceiving congratulations of their many friends the wedding party retired to the dining room where a beautiful repast which had been prepared fur the occasion was served The couple were the recipients of many handsome and valuable gifts among them a beautiful parlor lamp a nice large feather bed and two hogs and quite a number of other presents They were heartily received on Friday evening al the grooms mother near Waco where they met a number of friends and were beautifully entertained The bride is a charming girl and a popular school teacher of Madison countv The groom is an estimable young man and has many qualities that go to make a true gentleman On Monday he resumed his respective work near Richmond and she her school near Edney burg We wish them a loug prosperous and happy life Adv 1 Time 0 S Men Wm T Teris Heard Fro- mTFhe CLIMAX has copies of the Musko fe Jqd Ter Democrat and Phoenixi T ich lcontain articles of interest here Tho latter says s Mr W T Tevi8of Kentucky who is sojourning at Muskogee has recently received a letter from his friendand business associate Senator James B McCreary of Jtventucky that gives a favorable forecast for Democracy of the result in the doubtful stats Senator McCreary has been campaigning in Indiana where he can judge for hUT elf while the news as to the eastein itates is from Chairman Taggart of the mtional Democratic committee The Better is as follows You and I have compared opinions- in many presidential contests and I regret you are not here at present to give me your opinion as to the result of the approaching election I spent last week speaking in Indiana and made five speeches at vari ous points Great political excitement prevails in the State of Indiana all business is suspended in that part of the State which I visile and political speeches and marching clubs and both Democratic and Republican enthusiasm- are conspicuous When I entered the State of Indiana- I was not sanguine that the Democrats would carry that state I now believe that with fair play Indiana will go Democratic Several thousandrepub licans have left the gas belt where the gas has been exhausted It is expected that about ten thousand gold men will return to the Democratic party and a large number of German voters who love peace and economy have an nonnced their intention to yote the Democratic ticket Taggart returned to Indiana while I was speaking in that state and I had an interview with him last Sunday I asked him to send a message to me to the Democrats of Harrison county who would be addressed by me on Monday and he told me to tell them that New York New Jersey Connecticut West Virginia were more thoroughly organized by the Democrats than they had ever been organized before and that they would all go for Parker and Davis and that they would be elected Presi dent and Vice President and that he believes Indiana would go for Parker and Davis I give this statement as the best po youIment in Kentucky but Kentucky will go Democratic We have a contest in three Congressional Districts the Third Fifth and Eighth but ten Democrats will be elected in Kentucky next elec tion and one Republican W C T U Kedal Contest Thanksgiving night Thursday Nov 24 the W C T U of Valley View will hold an oratorical contest in the church tit that place The winner of the con test will receive a handsome silver medal Among those that will compete for the medal offered by the W 0T U are Misses Alhe Christopher Ada Lyons Nannie Wharton Bessie Brooksbire Nannie Richerson of Val SpearsThreeHarrison and Ernest Northcutt will en ter the contest Miss Minnie Wharton whose reputation as an organist is well and favorable known will have charge of the musical program and will render effectively some choice selections Al ready great interest is being manifested by the people of that place in the final outcome of the contest and the judges award and It is expected that EverybodyDisastrous 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 thA advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation Is noo atOorchester KingsNewguaranteed for all Throat and Lung OStoc5tmdraggltPrier Ini t Q I 4pesGive nearly case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all CherryPectoral Nourishing food comes next Then a medicine to control the cough and heal the lungs Ask any good doctor- S II rt usd Ayera Cherry Pectoral yean- ago I hue seen terrible cases of lung dU eases cured by It I sin never without It ALBIBT HAMILTOS Marietta Ohio seOe rCAT1IRCO 9 drueriltifor LoLeII ConsumptionHe- alth demands dally uctlon ot the bowels Aid naturowlth Ayers Pills The Youths Companion as a Gift What other Christmas present can you choose that will give so much pleasure for so little money as a years subscription to The Youths Companion The Holiday Numbers and the Calendar joyously welcomed on Christmas morning making a good gifj in themselves are but the foretaste oi a whole years feast to come The mind is entertaired with the numbers in hand and the imagination revels in the pleasure that each new week will bring until Christmas comes again If you desire to make a Christmas present of The Youths Companion send the publisher the name and ad dress of the person to whom you wish to give The Companion with 175 the annual subscription price stating thai it is to be a gift The publisher will send to the address named in a parcel to be opened Christmas morning all the remaining issues for 1904 pub lished after the subscription is re celved including the Double Holiday Numbers The Companions Carna thIns Calendar for 1005 lithographed in twelve colors and grlil and subscription certificate for the fiftytwo issues of 1905 Full Illustrated Announcement fully describing the principal features of The Companion s new volume for 1905 will be sent to any address free THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass Strikes You Any Time Never Know When to Look For II A switch a twitch A twinge of pain Never know when its coming If the kidneys are weak Doans Kidney Pills is a sure preventive Read this proof R M Pitman farmer living three miles southwest of Mt Sterling on the Levee pike says Some few months ago while stooping oyer to put on my shoes one morning I felt a sharp catch in the small of my back and it was some little while before I could straighten up so severe was the pain My back bothered me a great deal from that time on with a dull tired aching thit made me feel miserable and with it I had another weakness which Will very annoying especially at night These symptoms gave plain proof that my kidneys were affected and when I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised and especially recommended as a kidne remedy I got a box I had taken but- a short course of the treatment before I felt greatly benefited The aching was greatly relieved and the trouble with the kidney secretions wes corrected The least I can do in return is torecom mend Deans Kidney Pills Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B 1 Mid del tons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale ball dealers price 50 cents FosterMIlburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other 1m Scarcity of arm Help Farmers say they have never known help to be as hard to get nor bave prices ever been so high Any kind of a hand wants almost twice his worth if he will work at all One farmer near town is paying a dollar a day and three meals for hands to shuck corn and we know ot one who last week not only paid this price but came to town in a wagon every morning hauled the ne groes to his farm feed them and then hauled themitOtown at night This waq kept up until his large crop of corn was shucked There are plenty of negroes here but not one in ten will work at any price The good ones are eagerly sought after and tiny man who can work and will work can get most any wages he wants Many farmers are renting their places and moving to town for the simple reason that they cannot get help to handle the crops This state of case exists all over Kef ucky and every exchange coming to our desk contains articles on this subject In sotre towns a good cook is worth her weight in gold while a hhouse girl is a luxury few people can afford Many of the better class of darkies have moved to Indiana end Ohio as they claim to get better wages up there In this claim they misrepre sent for if they would work as hard aud as faithfully down here as they do up there they would be worthmore monev and get better prices in Ken tacky It Is a very serious proposition to the farmers and house keepers and a problem hard to out Central RecordPublic Sale I will sell on the premises on t04Iat 10 oclock a m 3 Bluegrass Farms located near Red House in Madison county Ky about 7 miles from Rich mond and about 1 mile from F rd convenient to schools and churches neighborhoodsIn 1st Farm Contains 270 Acres 2nd U If 140 3rd 4 If30P 41 These farms wiIlbe sold subject to survey TERMS rOnethird cash balancj in ne and two years at six per cent interest with lien on land until ur chase money is paid Will give ten eral Warranty DeedI Mrs J W Smith- S HarvcyCbenauItAcf lAjnK To ltj ufltlOfc t Lode Hmn College HIi Nov 3 1004 One must tee to appreciate the won ders of Lock Non at College lUll- All the more wouderful because of the progress made in spite of the uufavora We conditions and difficulties under which it has labored from the begic ning It is certainly worth while to visit the Lock now A most picturesque sight The lulls with their gorgeous autumnal coloring the river whirh looks a mere thjread of silver and on the banks the miniature town with its stores and boarding houses its cable cars and tramways Its telephones and shrill whistles its hundreds of busy men each intent uponhis own part of the work the bewildering tangle of machinery towers and cables all scat ttredaround in seeming confusion the MIZZ and hum of engines the boom of constant blasting the enormous rock crusher which grinds the rock to pow der the cement mfxer and a thousand other interesting things too numerous to mention And slowly rising out of this chaos comes the wonderful result of all this work and thought The massive white walls of the Lock is an everlasting monument to the energy and perseverance of the men who are carrying it through The young con tractor in charge Is ubiquitous here and there directing advising untiring and when occasion demands jumping In tend lending a hand with the best of them The work progresses finely They make all speed these golden days ol In dian summer for with the first freeze the army of workmen will fold their tents and depart to return with spring G NUMBER LEVKV When the frost Is on the pnmnkin And the corn Is In the shock Then my trlemls take timely warning Stay away from leven lock For the air la tall of microbes And they tilt you full of shakes And Ihe festive chills mid fever Take the place of tieRs and snakes Then your head it gets to thumping And you hear the belli a ringing With other pleasant noises Like ten thousand frogs a singing For you sure have got the ager And you had better hike to bed InjustabuttenmiiiutesYou dead Then they fill you full of quinine And othrr pleasant stuff And you cant drink any licker Cause it makes you feel so tongh And your feet are cold and clammy And your bodys In a sweat And youve got to grin and bear it Like a little man you bet Then you get up in the morning Feeling awful nice and bright And you go down upon the work And try to pick a fight Th n a gentle zephyr strikes you And your blood begins to thrill And you hike back into the house And have another chill Theres no other place like leven With its river sad Its hills And Its chiggera and moscjuitos And ita ager and 1U chills There are other places on this earth Of which you have heard tell But of all the places I have seen Number leven sure beats well O W M From the Ashes Baltimore Familys Experience Points- a Moral to Residents of Richmoud The visitor to Baltimore today scarcely realizes that less than a year ago the city was almost destroyed bv a memorable fire A similar com pari son might be made by George W Nally ne of the leading citizens ot Ualtimore as to the changes in his own looks writingfromstreet says I have been troubled for years with catarrh and have resorted to ill remedies that could be thought of Iv wife was slaoafflicted with the airae disease but all the treatments we used were an absolute failure until we cried Hyomei It worked like a charm and has maden complete cure in both IUr cases There Is no disagreeable stomach dosing in using Hyomel We breathed it and its fragrance so clean pure and bracing killed all the ca- tarrhal germs In the head throat and lungs The experience of Mr Nally and his wife certainly points a moral to all sufferinjfromhe cured ot this frightful disease with out dangerous stomach dosing B L Middelton is the local agent for Hyomei He has so much faith in the treatment that tie gives his per sonal guarantee to refund the money in case it dons not benefit A com plate outfit costs one dollar the extra bottles are hut fitly cents Ask to seethe strong guarantee under which Hv omei is sold A Decided Success The following Item taken trom the Danville Advocate will be interesting here since Miss Carrie Harbour formerly lived here and her father he much beloved Rev L G Barbour was for so long teacher of mathematics in old Central University The Parsifal Recital given under the management of the Womans Music Club at the home of Mrs C P Cecil Jr last Satnrday afternoon was pro nounced a most decided success by tbe large number of persons vho were BarireallingIclear and strong and her enunciation was perfect She was accompanied by Miss Harbour whose piano playing was thoroughly enjoyed her phrasing and technique being of the highest order It is hoped that these talented and attractive young women may be heard here again Louisville may well feel proud of them Public Sale We will offer for sale publicly to the highest and best on Tuesday Nov 22 1904 the following property viz 1 good Safe buggy horse 1 good 5 yearold buggy mare 1 pair good aged work mules 1 fine 2yearold horse mule good one 1 pair aged broke mules 1 pair 4yearold horse mules tine yearling mHo out of Ji Haxhal ware b Ecleples 6 mUch Cows and a good bull 5 bull calves good ones 1 short yearling steer 2 yearling heifers with calf 8 fat phoats and 12 smaller thoroughbredboars among them 3 brood sows heavy with pigs 1 2horse wagon and harness somo plow gear and other things 1 road wagonbuggy 1 Phaeton 1 Rood 2howe spring wagoa 1 cultivator good as new 2 good turning plows Oliver Chilled make single and double shove plows 1 good wheat Ian cletner 1 crusher good one to grind i big cider mill 1 fencing loom I scraper 2 cutting boxes corn bales oatsstraw some corn and fodJor some sugar cane in tbe shock I Foulkless air tight heater 1 good tails City range cooking stove some household goods such as tables ch Irs Ibedsteadsetc 2 clocks 2 good crossciU saws 2 good mowing machines g Sam Deathtraf lCo tQqrlt i1 i 110 L 3 3 m a V 9 3 N 3 ill7f71 There area dozen reasons for buying Queen your J own comfort is eases the foot it fits I Fall for need are now being invite your critical1rffi examination and ArnoldTHE ONE PRICE HOUSE w 75 7I F if Public Sale I will offer fos sale publicly on the promises on Sumrnitt street Richmond ly at 10 oclock a m on Sunriq Soy IS liK my twostory residence containing 6 rooms besides bath room and hall This Residence is in excellent lepair with good cis tern and barn Barn contains three stalls carriage house and enough loft the most delightful residence locations in to inspect this property before day of sale can do so bycalling on the undersigned at his made known on day of sale S P Deatherage Richmond Ky Long Tom Chenault Auct Y Q U INTBRB TB IN THE CONDITION TeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25c Teeth Filled SOc With Gold 1 Solid Gold Teth 4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best of teeth 6 These are Justis teeth end they an the best no matter what you pay for the plates made Plates made on or Celuloid Teeth Extracted pain V H Hobson Richmond Kentucky Commissioners abel Bronston by her Guardian c On Petition and- Coraline Bronston by her Guardian On Petition Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of tale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the term thereof undersigned Viiwty In 14 the hours of 10 oclock a in and 11 oclock P m on the premises in Madison coanty Ky proceed to ex pose to sale to the and best bidder the following described property viz Two or Parcels of Land One the of Mabel Broli ton containing oil acres and the other piece being the properly of Coral i tie Broiiston ci ntalning2l4 acres Said countyKyCorns on the not th and Bud son on the east and James B White on the sonth and Mrs Annie Allen awl Corns on the WEt On the 2lj acre piece there is lOcateda good dwelling outbuilelingiSaidcourt house and well watered Said lands will be offered for sale first separ ately and then as a whole and hid willbeof tale or when terms of sale are com olied wlth- oTERMSSale will be made on a credit of sir months The purchaser will be required to give bond withap proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force annleffect of judgment bearing legal terest from day of sale with a Lieu rjc served said Until all tli ptirchaw ofley MtHMdI8i JfrTSfrSiPJfc C HI C PII I I I = ffiFffi 7171 FALL AND WINTER Shoe Fasliiol1S lliQueen Quality is designed and finished for the 1 extremely particulareverythingabout it denotes high order of manufacture Its accurate fit and correct fashioning stamp an jmpression of worth upon its wearershence 1 its sptendid reputation + Quality Shoesbut excuse enoughit because it designs every shownwe r Rice r ffil 71 71A hayThe ARB set having Rubber without Dentist Sals October between public highest Tracts Cornell J AVE PROPOSE THIS c LEAP YEAR TO PLACE MORE GAS t HEATERS AND GAS WATER HEATERS THAN IN tc ANY PREVIOUS YEAR HEAT WITH GAS SAVES MONEY Richmond Water and Light Company S CC r Q HERE AGAIN Ready to serve your wants in anything desired in the Butch r Business My constant endeavor has always been to plea e my patrons and to do this I slaughter only the best Cattle Sheep and Hogs that can be procured My stock ot 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 T have every facility for this workand 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 and reliably John Allman Main StreetMcKee corner Telephone 113 WindowGlass and Putty jt Our large stockembracing all sizes enables us to fillaU orders promptly t Get our prices before buying we will save you money GlazingPromptly 1 Willging 11 t 209 W Main st door to Madison j fnext Bank X 4 +++ + 4 + + Wall Paper Pictures Windpw Shades Frames Paints Mirrors Building PapeJ1lI r ORDINANCE FIRST Be Iv ordained by the Mayor and Board of Council of the City of Richmond That any person who shall within the city on Bnnday keep open n barroom or other place for the side of spirituous vinous or other malt liquors or who shall sell or otherwise dispose of such liquors oh Sunday shall on conviction be fined not less than Ten nor more thin Fifty r Dollars for each offense and If such person be the licensed keeper of a barroom or other place for the sale of spirituous vinous or matt liquor fee excluded from the privilege of sell any Other f such liqnora under such license and such licensenhall be declared for felted by the Court trying each persons SscoHD All ordinances in conflict with thIs ordinance are here5nepoled WLARIDigMsyor- WWMt1L t 5 Whichis Cheapest One fireor burglarymay lepnive YOU of betwpPli to and SIOMOO One years rEnt or n Safe Do posit Box costs you5 hilch Is the cheapest State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky IN ORDER to get the great prize wilLgive you prices on the WUfTkftHiLFENCE for Sixty Days as follows Four foot fence eleven wires heavy stay looptopO7 w treat r 46 rents per rod Five toot fonte 12 wirer heavy stay at 55 cents per rod f These prices have nrvfrrbjeu marts fir this county Iwfoie jTCOY1RK1LtF1Y L T TT lrr r I I i I i1 tl L An Opportunity In order to reduce our stock we will until ginour 6Sand 75 Buggies they are worth JO to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gon- ekicv eaTTat tj3os RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa BrosM- AI HTaKET PHONE 16- 5FRESH if liroceriesAGENTS Boq fTldiiT Lakeside Peas at- clOc a Canl 1 he Richmond Climaxr WEDNESDAY NOV 16 1904t Hog killing is the order of the day 4 Jersey milk abolutely pure 20c per gallon 2ntt Butler Carrier b For Sale Marcbalneil rose bush and two Oleanders Call at this officer Fir Sale New express wagon roll top desk and ohair Apply to Emil Lohritth n9tf The hunting season opened yester day It ta now Inwfull to kill quail butb a fine to sell themICoY otton Arnold Bro are sole agents for the J Q Dickersons cele brated Kanawa Halt Renumber that the 22nd of this month will be annual donation day atI the Pattie A Clay Infirmarye A E Smiths celebrated Kanawlia Salt ie sold only by L R Blanton tf If you fall to see The New Profes sor at the Grand Opera House Tuesday night the 22nd will miss s rareI trtattThe Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair which cost 20 000 ins leen aokl to a Chicago wrecking com- plny for p25 Your meat will never spoil if J Q Tiekerons celebrated Kanawa salt iIused Covington Arnold Bro sole agents Burning soot from a chimney of Mr S L Mkikifs residents caused an nlartn of fire to be turned in on last Thursday veiling With the excep tion of a few of excitement no damage was doneIExamine our elegant display of Carriama Ruegies etc before making a pnrchace We are celling vehicles at the lowest posiUle prices Richmond Carriage Works Ft Ti MirikifT Prop Le5t A solid gold Phi Delta Theta pin with R C White engraved on the re v T89 aide Suitable reward if left at ottiee of Circuit Clerk oct262t fire at Hlllwn The little village of Million situated on the L A A road about six miles from hHe was visited by a fire on last Wedneaday wliicL destroyed Stapp Brim general store and two dwellings Uariuir to the scarcity of water the fire g in l headway The loss is about f 000 with vary little insurance For bale I desire to stdl privately my saloon iiusiiiefriOM FiriM street The fixtures iiih nr w npt Mlflta m any in Rich nii lis r r iminuively new and In exfli i eoixlittou For particulars call n fir a ldre3W M Creekmore Richmond Ky c J Something to e ks YO J ForRentA street seven oreigbt rooms In excellent repair newly painted inside and out stable and all necessary out buildingsjexpollont water House so arranged to suit eithen 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 Remember that next Tuesday No vember 22 will be annual Donation day at the Pattie A may Infirmary Be sure your meat is salted down with J Q Dickersons celebrated Kanawa salt the best thats made Covington Arnold Bro sole agents For Sale Number one Rood organ good as new Cost 110 Will sell cheap for ash Call at this office 9novtf Report of KurofcTs Death Confirmed London Nov 12A report has been received from Moscow confirmatory of the dispatches to the Publishers Press weeks ago stating Gen Kuroki was dead According to the Moscow dispatch the General died on October as the result of severe wounds in the breast and abdomen which he receiv ed at Liao Yang His body is said toe now on the way to Japan Various reports announcing the famous Gener ls death have come from the seat of war but were always officially denied tlectric Line to This oty A J Waleburg said to be a millionaire granite merchant and Wm Lang oth of Detroit came to town last Fri ay night primarily to promote an electric railway between here and Richmond When the line is completed they complate building a summer resort and a big park on the line at the Kentucky river in the neighborhood of Licks Falls They also intend to- stablish a hatchery in the Kentucky river and supply the south with the spawn of the fish Mr Walehurj said he had been solicited to come down by the chamber of commerce of Biclr mond to promote the electric line between here and Richmond He and Mr Lang will be here this week but they will be part of the time in Louis ville Lexington Democrat Federal Court The fall term of the Federal Court is n session this week in the handsome rooms in the Custom House Judge Cochran is presiding while District Attorney Tinsley and his alsistant Davidson Marshal Sharpe Clerk Fin nell and other officials are attending There are about twentyfive continued cases on the docket as well as a large number of new ones It is probable that the damage suit of F P Alford against the O N and T P railroad will be tried during this term The following compose the jury AV E Jackson Foreman Thorton I Wills Frank Stewart E B Mays C D Swim Green Taulbee W A Powell G D Combs W M Hall A J Kim ball Thomas Jameson Lee Riker Geo Dennis Geo Rayburn John Harbongh Harrison Nfckell Daddy Ryan Dead Daddy William Ryan one of the oldest and most widely known Masons Elks and Odd Fellows in Kentucky died at his home in Louisville Sunday after a few days illness ot pneumonia He was 74 years old and in his death Masonry in Kentucky loses one of its strongest moral and physical pillars for he save the brightness of his mind the goodness of his heart and the work of his body to the order which he loved so dearly and or which he had been a member since 18C3 His nickname of Daddy was a tribute of love and re spect bestowed on him by Masons and as suoh he was known not only in this State but throughout the South He has always been an enthusiastic guest of conclaves wherever held and his absence will be sorely felt at the com log conclaves EAT i iwuys an interesting subjectespecially waen j you know where to find such Wehave everything I1season in thtfofler line J Green Vegetables all kinds of C Canned Goods Fruits Candies in fact everything that can be found in a first class wcery We call special attention to our line tiIof SEEDS We handle all kinds oft j FIELD AND i GARDENSEEPSj GIVETTSAC- ALLHurher qugU81u ISuccessQrs to E Deatherage ft Co C rr iuo t i t t I 13 THE SHOE STORE A1 m tytiFOR MEN AND BOYS 1 up Yes weve got more High Shoes than any other store in town and you cant pick a bad one in tha whole lot Our Shoe is just the for and all rough wear Plenty of others too in our big 2 4 in nnT 5 Boo ktThe hi Rich in and low A1 est in price See our be cQ fore you buy I tor Barred PI moth quantities to suit prices call on oraddressMrs F Arbuckle 5oct2oj Silver Creek Ky Fit e Hemp Lands Cheap Richest on earth Mote productive than any in Kentucky so to 10 an acre improved 15 to 20 On railroad Fine climate Also corn tobacco oats alfalfa sugar rice fruit and truck lands 15 round trip rate November 22 For full information write WM F AUSTIN Co- nolG 3t Bay City Texas Serious A ddent Mr Tom Richardson a wellknown merchant who resides on Big Hill was seriously wounded last week by a pie tol ball While in a stooping position the weapon fell from his pocket and was discharged the ball entering his left side and penetrating the spine Drs It and W 11 Gibson have charge of the patient and their surgical skill and splendid experience in such cases will no doubt pull the wounded man through jLargest Stock in Madison County course dont about shoe stock DO CARE know where youre most likely find just what want Foot and thats why attention fact that stock Mens and Boys Boots and Shoes largest and most complete this countyevery reliable hardest every day service well finest dressup quality right and prices lowest possible 4 High Top Shoes WalkOver Sportsmans 150 250 350 Bargains Boys High Tops books- eroTscos SaleI Ulevel Best School Shoes toughest SolesLevel unequaled Boys Footwear Patent Leather Shoes Overshoes right quality eOVINGTON BANKS vlP Hyacinths Tulips Narcisus and all House Plants at GreenHouses A c t loans I for Bern College Hon John G Carlisle Secretary of the Treasury under President Clove land and a native of this State but nw a leading resident of New York has come to Kentucky for the purpose ol appearing against the Commonwealth- as counsel for Barea College in the suitI to test the constitutionality of the Day Law which prohibits the coeducation of the races This case will cause considerable interest in the State especial ly in this whore the College ill situated Doable Welting The St Charles Hotel was the scene of a double wedding last night At eight oclock when MissClair Jacobs became the wife of Mr A H Grider and Miss Miss Lizzie Jacobs the wife of Mr Jas The ceremony was said by Rev W H Dodge in the presence of only a few intimate friends and rein tives The brides who are attractive young women are sisters and are the daughters of our wellknown tailor Mr Charles Jacobs The bridegrooms are employes of the L A machine shops and are upright sober and industrious men The happy couples will be at home at the St Charles Hotel The CLIMAX extends hearty he New Professor girlsIin two acts entitled The New Profes sor The scene is laid in a boarding and represents the girls as pre paring to welcome a new professor who has been engaged in the lar songs and drills are through the drama making it very in teresting Besides the comedy a pantomime The Bachelors Dream will be given in a dozen or more F will be represented bv I ladies in costumes During the mime the national ails of the different wilt be played This prom ises to be fully up to the high standard of the that have been given heretofore by Madison and the ladies should be greeted 1by a Admission 25cta Wiltpn Jellfco Coal sold only by L JC SlwH9Bi Phoasi 85 tf c i Qf you a rap the size of our but you to to you in wear we call to the our of is the in de for as as the for wear the Top thing hunting other outdoor assortment lr25 150 175 leading assortment highest quality Rubbers Unimproved intersperced entertainments care famous of a of leather in manner solid Shoas are for All sizes in of Another Frize Winner Mr Jeff Morgan of Whites Station has just returned from the St Louis Fair Mr Morgan captured a hand some In the poultry show This was the largest exhibit oftlie kind in the world Mr Morgan tells us that the coops been arranged in a stiaight row they have three miles the large number of it lends all the more honor to the winner and as Mr Morgans poultry Is a Madison county in dustry we are glad indeed that be was a exhibitor An Appal division of the Salvation have been in our town for the past week expects to remain some days yet Their work will be entirely among the lower and poorer class of our citizens who are to contribute to the good cause at least as much as it takes to carry on this work An is hereby made to each and all for help any however small bo accepted t J of A J 88 West Main Street county Barbee school school Popu which nations young panto countries Institute young crowded house The boys prize entries successful Army unable amount Report From the F tUe A Uay Infirmary AS is customary the P A C Infirm sty issues its annual renort The ears work has been successful managers of this splendid institution thank everyone who has in any wa assisted in such They likewise ask foi of such and help On next Novem ber 22 the doors will be open in ob servance ot the annual Donation Day It will be of assistance to mention some of the things that are needed Dishes spoons knives and forks individual butter plates egg glasses eatables of all kinds The house is well supplied with cotton and linen thanks to the Cotton Shower held in the summer The newly elected officers foi the ensuing year are Mrs Geo Simmons president of the Association Mrs James Bennett first vice president Mrs Katherine second vice president Mrs Edwin Powell third vice Mrs P F Adams Jr secrelary Mrs James Smith and Miss K V Schmidt secretary The Board of Directors are sent from thlI churches and are as tollowsI From the Christian church Mrs GeoI BaptistMrsEugenia Mrs Edwin Powell the Episcopal church Mrs B H Luxon First Pres byterian church Mrs C D Miller Mrs R L is president of this Board of Directors Mrs James SmithI and Mrs B H Luxon secretary Mesdames Schaf liausenT James Bennett and Mamie Stockton are also members Received Prom COUDtys 80000 From city 300 00 patients 688 67 Memberships L 4S 00 Donated 1M7JI Entertainment H2 tTotal 2170 Ependtdj 2 3alauce on bandv is r We our to sell rtnd it yon will onl call and get pile we tljls assertion andjinafc of YOll an everttngigiend aL isto Br it 8 llf46kriIIwS Lc Honest Mike Boots King among Boots Made of Kip stock tanned by the old cold process without heat or acids to kill the leather these Boots soft turn water like rubber and wear like iron Many pairs last two or three winters Best made See them sure Also a great of other good Boots of every shape and kind sewed or sizes and widths to tit every in every pair 2250t 3t 4 Extra values in Boys Boots 125 and 150 FOR Edelen make itself guarantee goodness Made of the the most careful with Rock Oak Best romping Try them Andeverything else and Boots all kinds in and price had would reached Considering ranch and devoted appeal will kinds Richmond Telehone congratulations pastN continuance encouragement Tuesday glasses Schafhansen president treasurer corresponding various tit Gentry treasurer Katherine Private purcnased vehicles wUhrove choicest fashioned liquor stay variety bottoms pegged standard screwed fuotand worthy quality 350 BEST BOYS sufficient MATRIMONIAL LASEYOUNO Mr May C Lane and Miss Hattie N Young both ol Kings ton were united in marriage at the County Judges oflice Monday afternoon JoNEsMAncust Taylor Jones and Miss Lucy Marcum both of Madison county were married at the Clerks office Monday by Elder J W Harding Winchester Democrat DEATHS CIIRISTOPHKB Mr John Christopher died Monday night after a few weeks illness Although he was accustomed to going about his henlth had been poor for years and he was a cripple all his life Deceased was about 50 years old and was a member of the Baptist church He is survived by a sister Miss Bettie Christopher who has the sympathy of all in her loss PEARSON Veara Pearson the eight rear old daughter of Mr and Mrs Dud Pearson ef College Hill died last Wed nesday of diphtheria after an illness of only a few days The grief stricken family have the sympathy of the entire community in their breavement It seems cruel that such a gentle beautiful being should be snatched from our midst so suddenly But it has been said Death like slander loves a shining murk and those who knew Vera best tully realize the meaning of that line But God has a wise purpose in all that He does and tne words are tumble yet consoling The grave shall give up its dead Her teacher schoolmates and friends how sadly they will miss her hut how uplifting the promise we shall meet again JB E Dont fail to go the entertainment hen by the Madison Institute girls at Grand Ouera House Tuesday night ov 22 It is to be one of the best the have ever given and this is saying a good deal Thanks jiving Proclamation The following unusual but rather catchy Thanksgiving Proclamation comes from J H Iowell the Mayor ofI Henderson Ky It Is breezy and so different from the straight official notices of this occasion that we reprint same liy authority vested in the as mayor of an unpretentious little city I do thu8 publicly proclaim Whereas in accordance with Chris dan custom Thursday November 24 1904 hath been set apart as a day of thanksgiving and prayer 1dp beseech saints and sinners to go to church and be good Whether chanting hymns shooting quail or sipping delicious poison from the eyes of beauty keep innocency and take heed unto the thing that is right for that shall bring man peace at the last Let us be thankful that our colonels are not so full of corn as our corn is full of kernels Though the surrounding soil tickled with a hoe is laughing with a harvest poor folks are still with us From thin soUp and cold potatoes good Lord de liver them Oh Christian men and women astonish the stomach of the starving sufferer with oysters turkey and mince pie Adorn tho ragged pauper with comfortable clothing An ounce of practice is worth a pound of preaching Dearly beloved let us play upon a harp of a thousand strings a new song of praise give thanks unto tbeLoid for the most charming crop of beautiful babes ever born in the old town since creation dawned and the morning stars sang together Sweet dainty darlings smile on like sunbeams in shady places Kick up your little heels aid make of earth it heaven With charity unto all and malice toward none I do hereanto subscribe my official signatured the words that have been written this third Vof Novem ber 1004 fowelMYM r l IJI Desirable Residence Elsewhere in this issue appears the advertisement of residence for sale This notice refers to the attractive res idence of Mr Sam P Deatberage on the Snmmitt 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 in Richmond located in a beautiful part of town and in an excellent neighbor hood Anyone desiring to purchase a home will do well to see Mr Deather age at once New Firm Having opened a butcher shop in the Bnrnam building on First street we use this method of notifying the public and extending to all a cordial invita tion to call on us and examine the class of meats carried by this firm In so lecting our butcher stock only firstclass cattle hogs and sheep will be pur chased We propose to furnish only the best the market affords and by giving us your patronage vou will secure the best meats and lard and the most polite and and careful attention- S B Brumfield Co Telephone 352 Richmond Ky A Collision On last Saturday ought winch by the way was of inky darkness Mr R L Frenchs milk wagon and a buggy driven by Mr Mr W L McKinney and wife collided on the corner of Main street and Lancaster avenue On account of the moon schedule no lights were turned on hence the dark ness for the clouds obscured the moons rays The result of the col is sion was a complete smash up ot both vehicles and personal injury to Mrs McKinney the extent of which was se vere bruises She was carried into Mr C C Wallaces residence where medical aid was summoned Ended is the Life of a True and Useful Man Captain James T Miacktliord Passes Away After an illness of several weeks from paralysis Captain James T Shackelford died last Friday at his home on West Main street aged 74 years It was on Sunday afternoon several weeks ago that he was sud denly stricken his whole left side being effected but for a time his family and friends seemed hopeful For a week or longer prior to his death all hopes were abandoned and ho gradu ally grew weaker until he sank into Ms last long sleep Captain Shackelfori has been a lifelong resident of this city and has been dtmtified closely with her growth and business career For long years hI was senior member of the old hard ware firm of Shackelford Gentry finally selling out his interest to his son Mr D B Shackelford who still conducts the business so successfully begun by his father Asa gentleman and as a businessman Mr Shackelford was scrupulous exact careful able and energetic He possessed a character ab ive reproach His faults were those of a high proud and manly spirit His virtues werE those noble traits with which we preeminently associate the name of south ern gentlemen He was gentle am affectionate to those he loved a zealoui and devoted ChristIan hupilile to hu God and he had for his owxiziian co t mglidwas a consistent member ot tiTEnt1- 4ru Presbyteriau church atiI ueral services were condncteq aUB tate residence Sunday afternp MUsS Rev W H Dodge in the presehcoiTflFi host ot sorlOwin friends and relQhvee IlJtU1IUchmond children all grdwn Messrs Ef5 W R Clay John and James Shaofe ford Jr and Misses Sarah and M Shacketford Lay him tenderly in the J3luer Qil which WM so dsr to might it be inscribed on hk tomb is written in the hearts oUr frjrti A brave knight wUhoVC fir ss- ithnut reproeh Lace Boots IandAll the best brands are here including the famous Powder Horn named so because it keeps the foot as dry as a powder horn Ask for it Plain toes cap toes wide lasts or narrow any j4 thing good in Lace Boots anIS 4 5ig4 ffanan and Walk=Over Shoes 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 fj no equal at 350 and 4 And weve lots of i4Iother good brands in all the fine leathers with a wide price range to choose from 2 2509 33O 4 56 H 1CSixth Stroke of Paralysis Dr J B Jones formerly of Lexing ton now ot Crab Orchard was stricken with his sixth stroke of paralysis last Thursday and lies at his home absolutely helpless unable to move or to speak It is not expected that he can recover Dr Jones is an uncle of D B Jones bi tbe Mutual Investment Co and Ot AfWl Jones of this city Leiingtgn Herald Conttdci ForIFaikcr- F M Cottmau an1 oA JlIUtIeil two soldiers of th1tnfedqate Home at Pewee Valley pasell through here yesterday on their way home having spent a few days in Richmondwhere they voted for Judge Parker Tuesday Mr Cottman was a member of Company C Chenaults Regiment and Mr Riddell was in the same regiment in Company D They speaic enthusiastically of the coming dedication of the infirmary which will take place February U when a reunion will be held at the home A pond which will be completed by then will measure 100 feet wide 200 feet long and 10 feet deep They anticipate a great deal of pleasure from this pond fishing bathing and boating The reunion on the 11th will be for all Confedeartes and the Daughters of Confederacy are also cordially invited Refreshments will be served and the battles of years gone by will be fought over again by the Johny Rebs The new will be used as a bUildlnfwhich in ampleI time to dedicated on the 11th expectedLexington Dont Blame the Cook itto mJ r H Because your Meat is not Satisfactoryi itCh1tIUnless you are a customer of Douglas Cultons ifso I1 its sure her fault for they have nothing but the best Our Live Stock and Cured Meats are purchased by thoroughly experienced buyers and therefore 4i we are in a position to furnish you the best quality ofmeats at prices you pay for inferior meats If you are not a customer of ours give us a trial and the question of how to always get goodmeat will be solved We also wish to announce that our Hog Killing department is complete in every respect with new and modern machinery and we guarantee every can of lard and poundof sausage to be the best that skilled and competent butchers can produce Best Equipment Insures Uniform Service Respectfully Douglas Culton Telephone J 25 Main Street IIr ly lTh6 season for fall business is now on and at the very j beginning of the season Owen McKee comes to you with JH a line of uptodate seasonable merchandise that should Ethell 3011 to buy irvnv fall goods nf saving prices rEL ipI lF1We are thinking all the tice and we do not think anything but merchandise your needs and how i we can supply them for little money This is your chance to lay in new fall goods at saving EiM prices prices that are absolutely unmatchable Special prices on first quality 1 Bed Blankets Comfortsi El A handsome tufTed Comfort both subs made from a tine sllko coloringsMjj JS Silver Fleece Wool Blanket in white with colored borders and checks in k1blue and white and pink and white at J99t 1 49gemrl1lmt Sensational eunterpane Bargains ri Marsailles Counterpanes in blue and white 199 Marsaillea Counterpanes in pink end white 199 E3Mercorized Damask Linen Table Covers one of the greatest selling lines of Damasks ever pnC on the mercerized they have that stit silky finish usually found In damasks at 450p Squares and Scarfs retailing at 75o and 89c Snappy bargains Belts Purses Fancy Stocks Collar Ei and Cuff Sets Baby Caps Fancy Veils Luxeno Ribbons in desirable fall shades browns blues cardi 9 nals etc etc ID El Iwo dont ask you to simply take our word for wbat we say though our word has always been good Flthe value claimed is not in the goods when bought just return thern t our expense Come to see us send your early fall mall orders to dfc i2ii1El r9 h IIFX WlKIJ= lDRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c T r 4 pOR FIRST MAIN RICHMOND KENTUCKY i ojr Ju r tfaiiI for him wbo lterNg Is Ilmilt1 Iftcaflse he culti MtIS fl farm Tiert sire vast lrttcts In hITht Great Southwest J1wihi p p te or cll1ti Rtl J- 1whltu It prJIC I see red at nlb Iti rOW1rmIOhi id tate farJlrltollltJ tnr 11d 111ndlanJ Oklabo11R nr T Very Low 4tnin S pi mbur nnd the Mrs ad thud ruegda s io Ooiolfer and voveinberj I 1 l It J Gpo II LieF11 MVGuire 1 J Gen Pass Agt L Dtssg rtc Little Rock Ark Cincinnati Obi 4c o U7 There is nothing likeT t GOod FLOUIf o Every housewife every cook Jmows that Good ealMs Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Floury Our mill turns out the very best thcri bejiad Our process for making JFlour anAMealispf the latesteOur brands are L Elliston Patent ftlatural Product Belle ofMadfsofo U MADP BY TIlE- EIIis ton MIIFtt Ce WACO KENTUCKY illillIf I4 7F71 v1 f ItI I fif td Autumn stork r e Bpi ndent- throHjjIiont the MoraaiMl buwlkig en t ffi thu nein much in evidence Silk t1relirood ami fabrics in varieties amptb rnmivti to SHtisfy the mort fiwtHliiHig ffid Our iffltirent sections t eep fullyailrMt + of the tunes 18 r I zrfor tnP4pHCy n th4l4sp1eQ Vi Hullv iflftIutajIe4i this peason AKsrtTt intntH ure wr9lfir fa riiis richer styles more fascinnting than ever It ns + pfrti1rktt1Y 4 j vfeit llr e ok6a8 soffn as heflTO vTIe visit will give turn knowledge of Mhione befit and of the vast ness oT iiUi select ions herekiiiJide for ui i chOOSinrjl t iiu1c 4 While and J IL Gibsonw 1f Z 7WZ z 7 m7Jf7I mw EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY We tUCORrORATBD Long dlstahco lines ndtelephones of this Company enablo you to talk almost anywhero in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory cbrhrhurifcatlbh wfth the people otthlgreatsulnttthetOUntry- We Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed T JAMES C CAOWELO 1 JWI4tfl4TERPL 4Iet ut Sp l 1 15 iJ1 i1 J tc Buy COAL OVl Everything in the rOAJ situation points to higher prices and i will pay you well to place your orders NOW either for tern rntrv purposes Lifand thus avoid any uncertainty iut Qualitv Quantity or Price The Beattyville guarantees allthreeSiBeattyyille CofkCo T- P R Freeman Mgr T Tel J 84 Yards Aspen ave w 4r r s c sq C7Z b C7 JvviZ 11s zi 7 TRrAT F I T That is the kindwe makers We handlei i t s i t W 0nIt1 cestme newest ana most fstyKsh goods Ir can please theftiipiik iastesUiOutiStocfc unplete We can furnishanything is gents funfislj Is Give us a callw fle s6ubottiwith- S and prices rtU 0 Makler1X1MC1iArST iAILoRs 1 y1r A Bad Case Catarrh 0 9tv8t8 c29 cnpIll Afaphtehad liD bad ha was not able to sit up but after using six boxes Bunsen Cajarrh Uure h9 in now periectly well I will jbe gladj ta recommend it JMrsAchelles Kan SePt ii1It contains no narcotic and is pOIlII tivelv guaranteed t1tfaboeJiulJrproves tha nllepsI III curu a free sampl rrolD or sale try B 1 Mldieltonnoy For Rent I desire to rent for the year lSKU the Bright store roamjtrMainltreeft noR oecupiedyM1tobinsoi tf tics Laura S Bright Pease JCj neys Fatal f A Ire treatment for Kidney trouble Cut thJR out and we wilUfot 30 onlv senlttoha full SifeitfoxiDeBelFe Kidney Pills absolutely free This is the only positive clire and we p111SendCo tkai4 III JF slt by B IJ Midteltin nov 5TheiWesSard Southwest rjPacificRoute will sell special Homeseekerss- Excurtion Tickets to all points in Ok 1atIoman Indian Territories also tb crtainpoi3Q in Missouri Iansa rkansas Loulsana and Texts at rate of 15 for round trip rom St Louis et cgpt whJrel rate of oie rare plus2 makes lesfe Avail yourself of this gr atop5or unity to visit your friends For further particulars address SS r AA Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut Kt Cincinnati O Doesnt Respect Old Age Its sliameful wfieh youth fails to show proper respect for old ale but just the contrary in the case 6f Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe andir respective of old airo Dyspepsia Jaun dice Fever Constipation all yield to tlisperfect rill 25c at R C Stock tdti drtig tre J ti 6 Diamonds c WatchesS l Cocks v t r4 LutgiassS Jewelry V ancfPreciousStonesof p rrThese are somefWr the f 1lb 1JewtIrywatch or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane ho- I ill fixtllIJn jyojring t nd Tsetpi t itoLdtfeV Itell fix thaT too IIfyou want anything that bf fund a first class Jewelry establishment go c to Lanes He is well fixed in these kitid of rtTcliis i- fv L E Lane V- C Jeweler and Optician omminionerJ3 hIe J S Galloway etc Puff agaiustSErnest Galloway etc Dft D S Marber kc Pill against B M Igo c flit Notice of Sale In Equity By virtue of a Ihdgmehf and Order of Sale of the Madison I ircuit Court- rejidered at he Ortoher term thereof 1004 in the ahuvestyle cause the un itrsigied will on Saturday Nov J 9 04 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 12 oclock in on the premises in Madison county Kentucky pro ceed to expose to public sale to the Jiighest fill best buliler the following dscrIbed property viz A Certain Parcel or Lot of Land ituated in MadIson county Ky on the waters of Walnut Meadow Fork ofSilver Creek and bounded aij fpllowp On the north by the lands of Win F Brown and the Owen Todd I2 acre tract on the west the lands of B Dvls and the county road leading from May dee to the turnptkenear31a1lnflToddRbeIraMBrowntrig toIacres Said landwlll be offered for1l811flrst in two separated parcels all that paart on east side of aailroad in one parce and all that part on the wert side of rai naJ in one parcel and rodncingtbeTERMSSale will be made on a creditor six and nine months Thepurclias will be required fo giv onll with ap pjoved security forthe ayinent of the purohfiae lilofter tobavetbfforre and 28LIU1lerest1Jirrhh money is paId s HTHORPEtMOM- OLD oc JOe 1YVUIKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guarai teed to be pure Itisrof old styfe manu 4 facturefiNo lcBPTERlt for medicinal pur theTbeetTamily Trade r 10 year old in jugs 4 00 per gallon 10 bottles 5It5 I SIjugs25O 5 bottles 3 t kv pergaliduOrders 1 JSS85ARCY Prop lId Joe Distiller- ynovlyr McBnijer Anderson county Kv IWire fence celebrated tAME WIRE FENOp Those wishitii f to purchase the best wire fence will call onor 7 rV r J D LONG yUfttilyrl RicbinoaKy- Kilheys Cured Fret ForSddayBVe ere giving bolufBly tree a fullsire box of DeI1 KJdniy Pills to any sufferers ItijJ analjso IotA cure and we want the wjortd to know Its wnnderfnl results Belay may mean death Cut tbiilQiitb CoOhjtal= c 111 CAN BBAZEIROKCASTIriGS Im nlis9yy qa Vail v esv Powders in Process A test which may have tarreachlngre 6ultsJfas mate In thscbool of eda- on at ChiC re cently when Burt r1ngerlof Des iMoinessJa monstr can be brazed and mended In much the same way that malleable Iron Is brazed The oiily waJTIf rearing broken stIron nchlneria en to recas the defective Ple ro Involving cn slderatiXe de1 and e nsei0 The inventors was given in the presence of a number of Ironworklng experts Two pieces of cast IrorB wfire fastened together ad heated dttWeTweretreateaSpringer bad compounded having the same effect as a flux in the process of kraikzuUetJle iron at served thei purpose of cleaning the iron and prepar- Ing it for tie setorld pat of the proceet WhentnfPflrsi part1Id Ikea completed the inventor treated that iron anpbiapermits tbf spelter to flow into the iron U tk sIOeiQfdbe teUze3cUiik tbitwo pieces into a perfect wfaple After cooling the iron was brokers with a hlsel inawas found e eP facto one side of the orlglllal bre X thust 1IJ191itfthat the pqlnt ot wi the original I worked metalIthe problem experimfnt w that I finally discovered powder timE would have the result I waslooking for Claud Cross Instructor in forging at the school of education said If the experiment can be shown 15 be practi cable In all cases the invention should have a widespread effect A large part of all machinery is made of cast Iron and this process may remove the ne ceislty Gfscndlhg to the maker to have broken pieces replaced RENEW LIMITED MARRIAGE Turkanil Wife Bedding fh St Louts Again Married for a Period of TwentyFire Years l C Anastassiu Dit Natalie a Turk and his wife of St Louis closed their coniraclthe Jusilcenot Heard of George Meredith and his plan which Setrthff world tolldne custom1srecognized TurkeyI they first marriage performed in Brusselekelginrn as meanlrig until death does part but drew up an agreement for tr limited term ol 25 3feawfth the privUeje of renewaLThe have one child a fiaugh when1hqenewalpIyYwlfe arid sjninj as much of weIagainFc MUST PAY ALIMONY FIRST Husbands Who Divorce Wives Grant ed Bare Living Onlyby HU nab Supreme Court The Illinois supreme court has decided that a man must exist on the barest necessities of life if It becomes neces paymentsJennieformer commander of the navll militia of Illinois B M Shaffner of Chicago accused him of falling to pay a behind Shaffiier declared his meager law practice and his poverty prevented him from making the payments The su preme courtsays his statements of finan cial condition are not complete The court says He who seeks to establish the fact that his failure to pay Is the result of the lack of funds mustshow with reason hehashel1asexpenses must be applied to the alimony MARRIES HER MOTHER Youthful Lover Turns to Widow for Sympattiy and Knally Makes Her a Bride Again When the famous marrying clergyman Rev John H Prescott of Say YUle Lu L united Mrs Emma Baker theUnItedwasdisclosed whileherbegantopretty daughters of the sprightly widow Miss Baker however did not encourage him and he became notice ably despondent and unhappy In his sorrow he turned to his sweethearts nother for consolation and sympathy Mrs Baker was at flrstlnclinerf to make light of her youthful lovers protestations but he finally won her Only Possible in Kansas Out in Kansas where they have hens eggs as big as hailstones and hoopsnakes and grasshoppers and populists and Carrie Nation a than owns a swarm of bees that made 20 pounds of honey In threedays Months Medicine on Trial Generous Offer to All With Weak Di gestlon or Stomach Trouble With every box of Miona sold B L JolowlnJguarantee the money will be returned if after a months use the remedy has iiot given satisfaction QrjABANTBB BOKTD I hereby agree to refund the money paid for Mlona on return or empty IthastwoboIesdOo per box Signed digestasItabouldtaknof B L Middelton lnvariablysucefill ndigesjonits use new rich blood Is made the weight increased and health restored WCS8toe ruinous This oOer shows the great JlealthtIvlnhould begin its use at onca Try it hplpyoo IttheSF iak TrifiUIv I will aIl prjvaiely my houseand lot allnecessaryFflr pariieulafsfiea 15jlfAljT1 DouRlair Sr The M Bfi pjMrHBh School rPhon ogra ht1JQh Th1Itdtng Le t ttuctj1n od bcpit t 1 q trliceihi IIi4iII A Desire for Perfect Figures tnseparallit s 109taLo oI4 The scent of the violet or rose isV whorebxathflowers tare brief and we can only enjoy them for a day the beautiful woman gj ves tJleileo urfof btt fraRranCe tbftia as a permanent blessing The soft fragrance a woman suggests ioiltlrAiid ejleganeeushe tbartflncmsnti roodtastewIt JiFIEDS 1 F 1I1tu1atc 1 ui te wtinge pe in woman of no wrinkles pale cheeks or tortured nerves and shapeless figures Itis Natures reinedi The druggist may offer mething else nd just as good but the tneustn al organs will not rcsultTryOur treatise on r TIlE BSArjFICLD RfCULATOB CO ATLANTAQL it 7S dAiI T =I 6 JONES lERSBONSc F SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN 1C Itjr 1 3 Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found 1ifreab i1 flenulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssSPhone 3 Second St Th lru J PJfiEjREAL 1Your Btisinep Guianttat IT DEKTAZ STJEQBBY aoVDRNTIST 1 I I u pp aJvJUtIIK1 I arjOfflce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4novl7ly LLL WL Blantph DENTIST eaOtSce Bennett Building il niy PHO E 196 faMrsiax aa- Osteopathic Physicians llobson Building Literature furnished oft Application CONSULtXTION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopatny Btgrlre ale Mr S Si Carrier and Ion who ductastoreat the ep1i ot Big HilJpike are now hayin an immense fire sale and are offering things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned art 9 OOOJjushelsotcoal at9 cts per bushel full line groceries aDd othnr mei1 chandiBe new and fresh coffee lOcf pprlh and tip calico Sc wdrk shirts Iqltlilrashionscorn feed hay seeds nod locust redar oak and chestnut posts any length ffu sale Also clothing tinware rlotfkif and watches No rent to pitY ad nt clerkRto PRY urn reasons why we Clt- lnT thineq at Riich low prices WI imt for all kind of produce Give us vt rail 22 6m u TWO BLUE GRASS Farmslor Said h I I have in my hands for sale the following farms in Madison county Tjie two farms of Mrs James W miih the first ko wn asjhe Hugueiy place and containing about 270 acres This place is well fenced wafered and i in good condition in ofery way hay ing thereon a dwelling and all neceem ry outbuildings one large barn and seventh smalton s la ynungorchar cietern andevervthuiig that Pstomake acnmlortahle home Flftyacrep in cultivation he rest jn blue grass The second known as thA CArr place and TrdfoinR tract Kol and contains gootItllICoInwatered 100 acres in cultivation and the rest in blue grass Botlrof these farms are on turnpikes and are in one half mile of schol house nIone unit one haUroilesfroin church and post ffice This is firstclass land in a good corn rnnniry and isa money maker to tile patticularsgall LPEV4N14sep01 Ky Elegant Home For Sale I will offer for sale privately the home formerly occupied by James Tevisdeceas d situated near the sUL R 11 depot ih Richmond Ky Said place con auuL 5 J2 Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence Npairgood everythingresidenCe Anypno desiring to examine the property the jandtjrsigned will tupleasure ia Bame- 1H RTEVIS a rf RICHMOND KY Wehaye never shown a larger stock runabontstbanwenow our lOW Tvil payroll W x Hminc tlioin before alaito rtparingutidrsjninin in test nati 1ufbfftimapplyeiC see us Rkhwond Q rriage Works t Jt- fH Mi kttr l KentuckyState News Items 1 rlAVT IE KROMTHE WOUNb Bullet Finds An lnruder in a Central Covinnton Mans Siome rCovmgton Ky Nov ft Beajaml West llvjnc In JhortgJohngtreetJil WeSt CovlnKton was shot and per haps fatally Injured by Henry HeidelI Holman and Pleasant streets Central Covihgton shortly before 1 oclock Tuesday morning Heldel heard a noise In the lower part of the house and with a rifle started on a tour of investigation Seeing twa men in the house he fired the bullet striking Wesfe In the side At the hospital wherS he was taken It was said West iad nli chance for recovery An examination of the premises showed that West hd gained entrance thmlhi a site MndPw Heidel owns toa cco factory Central Coving tonI WHITECAPPERS Maqjmd JVpjriari Whipped Near Gravel Switch Ky I Lexlngto b3J10Near Grav el Switch whipped NoN hPP au4woman Blood d were sent from Lexington on Wednesday but when they wereUaken PitpB hom ot Eope to strike thetrair three men appeared admitting that they were concerned in the whippings and warned Pope that he would be again ised if he persisteS in an In- IteSUgaUdh The A scandal Is involved x m a jINONE GRAVE lethee Husbandand Wife Were Burled yersaillesKy Nov SThe bodies t of husband and wife were buried at the same time in a single grave here Monday afternoon O T Smith aged 176 farther died Saturday bf pn umo nia ana hisfuneratwas set for Sun theIddytpg of the sane JsefffeJ Six Smiths funeral was postponed Mrs Smith passed away Sunday night re MrssmlthDUEL OVER A WOMAN lOne Man Is Dying and Two Were Wounded at Hopklnsville Hopklnsvllle Nov 8Isaaco- indeter and Frank White Negroes engaged In a duel oven a woman on the crowd d street fOnday ana emp tied their revolvers at i each other Polndextcr wa1lshot through the throat and Is dying while Whlfe was wounded fn Jhe arm and leg and a bullet struck a bystander Pleaded to Horse vlie 9oOrety 6 yeald Edith the barigf thxnaourt Wednesday morning and pleaded guilty to a charge of horse stealing The Jury brought in a verdict of two years In Greg9qiited to the school of reform until she becomegT f age Strikers Stone the Plant Newport Ky Nov1rhe striking workers of the Newport Brass and Iron Foundry Co are becoming des perate at the sight of nonunion men working in their places Monday night 20 strikers began stoning the buildings and broke every window in them Weds a Minister Louisville Ky Nov 10Miss Ger trude Dudley daughter of the late Rev Thomas Underwood Dudley Epis copal bishop pf Kentucky and Rev Harry S Musson of Indianapolis were married at noon Wednesday In Christ church cathedral Shot In a Quarrel West Liberty Kyt Nov 10John Ferguson is alleged to have fired a shot which killed Cal Byrd at Caney Tuesday Clyde Haney a bystander was wounded bya stray ball Tho cause of thetrouble Is not known Fatally Hurt In a Folding Bed Lexington Ky Nov 8Mrs Ellen C Hennessy widow of the late MI- chael C Henuessy died at St Josephs hospital from Injuries sustained by being closed up In a folding bed at her horneseveraidays ago 4S 4Had tta Wife Arrested S7JanfordLstrate Oldham and swore out a win rant against his wife Mra Lew is charging hdE wlth Jnjuiirig private property and also on peace warrant MlnlsterxWas Shot Owigvflre K Nov L1tRet C J C Cline of Martin county was passing near wlere a er of men were snooting aTa target when a stray bul let struck him in the side wounding him sotthat death ihay result ExLejlsrataroeadC- onstance Ky Nov SHon Leonard WLasslng one of Boone cOuntY most prominent citizens Is dead many years of his life having been given to the service of his people by the faithful discharge of public du ties Major F Reed Will Appeal Paris Tex Nov SMajor F Reed- f Marion Ky sentenced to serve five rears In the federal penitentiary at Leavenworth Kan for killing John 0Hley an Indian has given notice Jf appeal Miss Agnes Westley 815 Wells Street- MarinetteWii t 816 Wells Street MJLJIISETTE WIS Sept 25 1903 Iwas all run down from nervous- I1C5afllOTrWOrkanh1iiadThresigfl my a rest myjstrcnliihcould wish and as yourWine of Candid was rccommeIrdcdIS such a good Jnedicine for the ills of our sex bought a Jottle aid J sir it 1 was satisfiedwith the results from the use of the first bottle and took three more and then found Iwas restored to good health and strengthand able to up my renewed vigor I consider it a fine tonic and excellent r wornout nervous condition And am pleased to endorse itAGNES WESTLEY Settf North Wiuunsla Holland Sodatj Secure aSJOObotfleof Wise of jIhtJdfords sai 9i T 11fr Foza1e PrOpetvadvertise under this head is not d foV unless sale is made Epr cpnit plete particulars call on or address The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky 3 twostory frame residence contain 8 rooms and two haiTi Jn Rich Ky Lot 40x150 feet until Price 1000 JSOrIesa than cost nice residences nearMaio street on three from conrt AmotlJlealrabl610caUon for ideal residences will bQtat a bar OIIib1 ftlgood towji lot 40x200 eet good town lot on good treettOxf- eeL Prlce o6d grazing and gratrt prodnclnr containing 200 acrea Oo- oesidapcbarn ant other ontbnlld npIffel2001 T ood larm containing abo tl30 acres reldence1barn and other 1- mmtnts4Inflnel J tIPrice 7 containing 100 acre well fencedbnt with no other i prove Can be bought in collection o S Price J1600 J No35A 8 Sour cottages on nice street well Improved Pnce tooo cfr lood cottage in flrstclasrcondltion Isterd etc Price S500 Good lot suitable for Business house can be bought cheap iJour room cottage and seven acres fsnd five acres In nd two igarden good orchardhbd grape arbor nil necessary out building Tilts property is situated In c thriving vllliige where churches and schools are convenient Price J500 One of the nicest residences In liichroopdcontnlninz eht rooms and cellar In best portion of city Lot DtaKQ reel Erice y 03 A twostory residence In good neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All neccSsRt pu1 build Ing Price 2800 7 A nlceVesidencVfor anyone deem ingnn ideal home One of the best construcTed buildings lnBichmond well Improved Price 2200 Two lot J2OJJItO feetinKOOd neigh borhood Price 700 Nice residence on a 4acre lot con tali li g leVel omjand two porches citualed in best residence portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out build A great hsrJtalnfor anyone deRjringanlrehbme Farm cfintainlng MJi acres eight rnilps from this city This land is allia grass and is Al good larm and Is well watered There U on this land a smell residence and othr necessary outbuildings Locality best in connty ElouF k and grist mill Anderson county barrel capacity Build ing Is 3 stone covered with iron built S years altO Steam and water power the latter three mon of the yeaf Ifirfan nptodate Roller with burrs for meal bolt I4acre with the mllllnclal ine wht is with the hone of 5 roams AJU Dr050 or 3100or the milt and the acreS Doe hslf cash Has fine trade Nornlllin lOrniled Also SObarrel mllliln Jlercer county Ky on Salt river Steam new uptodaNVfif every particular and Rood dwt11Inir with f fine land Close to Sonthemr lroad Price 9000 Also acre of Florida land in Mannvllel on railroad Street throncrh place lravlng5 lIerls on one side with 2story Sroom house and pxanites neache pnr plnm r grapet eatfJolt st5acreson otler WtK 6jrnrn 3l toryhotme branses pea Sears plums grapes etc all for nIIn or the 6 acres for lax o the 5 acres for A handsome twostory frame dwel inc containing eight rooms two halls bath roOm with hot and cold water basement under entile house yard and all necessary nnthnildtntr B e location In Hlchjnond for boarding hon e ltSeres MercPrr iint farm In yftril of pike 5 room 9Btor house 2 tenant hon g laren barnabundant water 57000 3fO acres In 3 miles of H rrb4 bnre on pike rood tend 10 room blck residence excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc 565 per acre acre at Bnrgin Mercer county fIe bpmp sod tobacc land good residence excellent harnfine running water Prlc MS an acre As good as any 100 land ofiRichmond Nice Yard garden anti isary outbuildings Great bargain 00 One tract of mineral land in Lee county on he Water Or Kentucky river 4 miles below Bpattyrllic within feet of ralload Said tract contains 400 acres of land more or lea Will sell oat right lease nr exchange forjmproved farm land anywhere in tb State of Kentu k Tills land contains the very best qnalltv f coal Same vein u the nRttVTlJle coil Has splendid lo location for cote ov iis foundrl s etc WIlL sell at a bsrR ln if dill posed of at once For further particulars call this office An Interesting Fact More deaths occtlr from Kidney Di easa thanany o the other conimor cqmwas R1iiJIII ifrmn cin saved DBellB Kidney Pills cure all Kidney troubles except the last Kaeep ofJirfehts njetas Do nit delay try ahoxat onceno Cute no Day Re niPmbT the name DeleU price tAfiQp Ft rale by n Midilel ton nov OfalnPastureMixfure FOR FALL SOWING A BarleyRye Yields the largest amount cf Winter and Spring grazing ting for zolI improving or haySow acre Price per bushel JLOO 5 bushel and over 9flc per bushel 50 lime sSeper IIusheL- SACKS InCLUDED We carry the most complete assortment cf all seeds vie Seed Wheat Barley Rye Winter Turf Oats Crass Clover and Forage Crops i The finest quality Seeds are always sold under our trademark brand jBlue Ribbon Seeds Write Iorj urlare Free Calalof 55 WOOl STUBS f CO See maLOUISVILLE KY For Sale tfeitncl26 f Coach Excursions Evsry lay Excepting Fridays and- Saturdays TO st Louisvia BOSWWorlds Fair RouteII ROUND TRIP frICincinnati Ohio Good on all Trains Return limit 7 days ir your local agent tot time ot trains illustrated Worlds Fair folder hot laltd boarding hoUse guIde and Wnr dY Fllk1 roaiHl pii iroradil di O PM C RtY O P A bt4l Oati 0Iit More Hear = Less Coal I works on scierltific 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 would like to send our free book about it oryou f heattef your coal I your house and proper means com Sp Undeif Furnace have you call our store where these rurnaces are bition 3- Arbiickie 8 lmom Sole Agents for PeckWilliamson Heating Ventilatim 337 West 5thst Cincinnati 0 Richmond KzVery Cheap Rates via w Illinois Central LOUISVILLE TO 1520 New Orleans Tickets soldT T I 15 20 J360 acksonMissNovembeI J5 good returr VicLsburg Miss stopovers Correspondingly pointsroundtrip Only line running throug personally conductedexcursion Sleepers Louisville California New Mexico Arizona and Texas 7 ll at01 I 4 I I ii i All the arecorabustibIei the is to eed at on ex I I I I to to Special Low Roundtrip Rates in on first and lliird Tn in each month to tll Souths Arkansas and Texas For through rate and rats free copies of fold descriptive and New Orleans to neat railroad or address F W HARLOW DP A Louisville K 14JL BtANlf DEALER EN Coal Fed Salt SJdt Iu Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetssr10 lyrPhone Oi DIa SHACKELFBRD 5 CO rpigerJDlsc Corn Planters Hamilton Corn Planters Disc Harrows Hamilton Disc Harrows Tnaih nistn1atovs 3lfter Brown Cultivators Oliver Chilled Plows 1nders lows valtaDojiblShQvelsV Avery Shovels Collar Back Baud Bridles andHre5k Squeeze Out thehotGases smoke takeu insure bustion The PeckWilliamson Railroad 1430 intermediate Southand Indian Territory Oklahotr tickets California apply agent Cement Tiger Double OK Steel Range Miller Steel Rufige Willard Steel Range Radiant Home Steel Range Gaso1iJ7JEftgineftdvaRce I Cutting Boxes Griss KIlllS s Feedti1ls rrnh llrt Hay ForksSisand P1c1S ouble Trees JExjeis Hinges and HOltiC More Thingthn Ltts in this Paper J Call ar1fSe for Yotisdf I1 4 1 4 t 6oft = ClU0 f