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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nates sr u1 1 aI itv 4 Ati1d VOLUME 32 r RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1905NUMBER 5ere PHONE 80 I WINES CREEKMORE DRUGS 8 MAIN FIRST 4 F7r I+ + THE F-t J CountryiI E Store r IN TOWN + BUY F- ORASH Fd c + I SELL FO- RCASH+ 79 We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware mNy Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware Harness Farm Impliments Wagons BuggiesIiRoad Carts etc In fact most every I used on farm or in kitchen Remember CASH PRICE makes 1fr goods very low when compared with the credit system c WE SELL THE + ynch1TC hl n Plow + the most substantial and easiest running plow in the world Examine and give us your order Fencing Wire Roofing etffi ffi Try our Old Fashioned4 R Country Meal Cheap HiEdes + an urs I Colyer Bros i Phone 237 Main Street R RICHMOND KY ffi 717117H 1 71 +7- VIl NAME IS TttLRMAh On Sausage Row And Buys SICILIANHALLSWhy not stop this falling of you hair At this rate you will soon b without znv hr Just rerr mbcr that Halls Hair Renewer 1r W uLOO1IIIIC lU n c id71 ffi 7F 7f rffi7I 71yf Faculty G P SimmonsPresident Miss Maud McBurney University of Chicago V A nclent and Modern Languages + 0Miss Louise Woodford Covington Columbia University Englith Language and Literature I Miss Georgia Grimes Kentucky University Mallitmalia and Science I Miss Theodore L Hemphill ffiChevy Chase College Piano Wftshlngton BC p 2 Miss Elizabeth M Cargile Elizabeth ioUege nnd Oersnl Conservatory of Music Volet and Piano 75 Miss Eleanor Pearson American Institute of AppUf Music New York liano and Stringed JnttrumenUS Miss Alice M Eubank Cooper Union and New York school ot rL1 Art Department Mrs Jennie White Preparaory Department Miss Lula Allen iPrimary Department Miss Margaret Parrish cStenography and Typewriting 7 Ji Miss Susan Porter Yates Central Female College Islington Mo Elocution Vj1r and MrQP Simtnoi L- F 4frn iI4 7 t KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew PrkeF100 Fres Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUD LES or MONEY BACK j i1 hv K O WwVtnn Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble and- Granite ever in Richmond Trade at at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street IIJ Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsellvour baggage Secure sleeping space dailySpecialExcurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimoThrouJhIeepers ric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAn A TRIP Consult your Local Agnt who will ake pleasure in arranging all details all on or address J W Hamilton Vcjent KyWM DOT CtS PEAOYWMIXHOTRFADYMLfD Is- RIGHT Oil p Important Memorandum Th a 1- 00t i qIy riiXM hoW fj il no z Kinloch Paint is Oil Right be rause you get the oil in the right way not as in ReadyMixed Paint but jeporalely You buy the thick Kin loch Pigment in one can and the fresh pure raw linseed oil from the barrel thats the right way When you apply the paint you have the oil fresh and pure- i We know something about paint and we can heartily recommend Kin loch Paint Its the one paint that is paint alone not readymixed but readysomixLLQ WN Kirksvilie Ky KA CANS A GOOD NIGHTS REST doggieFor trtasarCould goodnightsrible exhaustion of a hacking cough are consumptiveIl3ut Syupwillfrom cough or night sweat Free ex pectoration in the morning is made certain by taking German Syrup qWe know by the experience of over thirtyfive years that one 7 cent bottle of orclung troubles end that even In bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup willwork wonders t fTwo 6zes 250 and 750 All druggist Foe palat R C RockUnB drne utoiv NEW YORK CLIPPERIS THEATRICAL M SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 CIs ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB COUd ALBERT BORIE rUBLISlIERS iutioiii 47 V 2Sru STMKWYOBC Boys Training School Hortli FDddletowu Bonrban County Ky Roys boarded in nllrgn home Moral influences the htst No saloons or plBCPS of tics Thorongh instruction Limited number taken Opens Septem ber 5 1905 Boarding tuition lights and fuel ten months 200 Not a school of reform Only good boys wanted Address MILTON ELLIOTT Principal 28junr2m Attention fannersII have received two carloads of the celebrated Page fencing the best thats made Before contracting for fencing of any description it will prove to your advantage to get my prices tf J T COY Kirksvilie Ky MOTHERS DO YOU KNOW- the many cocalled birth medicines and most remedies for women in the treatment of her delicate organs contain more 01 strychnineDodruggists srI not permitted to tell narcot poisonsDo not take Internally any medicine lor the pregnancyDo Friend 15 applied externally only Do You Know that Mothers Friend Is a celebrated prescription and that has been in use over forty years and that each bottle of the genuine bears the name of The Bradfield Regulator Co Do ou know that when use this gestationthathealthy hearty and clever Children knowingTheyDont be to try a substitute Oar little book Motherhood free WE BIUDFIED IEBUUTQB CO AUssU Os rWay To Treat Hay Fever No Stomach Dosing Just Breathe HyomeiStops Sneezing and Smart IngB L Middleton is recommending to his customers as a cure for hay fever HyomeiIt cd for this remedy that n stops the spasmodic paroxysms thf sneezing the smarting and running ol the eves and nose and other acute sym toms or this disease Many persons have leers cured of hay fever by Hyooie and the discoverer of the remedy professes to be able to prevent both the occurrence of the annual attack and to stop the drogress of the disease even in the most chronic formsA of Weatford MssjTcritee H3oxnei cured me of uy fever in one weekb time I uuiiaider it a duty to tell others W lOaiiffer from this disease This tsuaurseruent is only one nt hun dreds that have been received by tlu proprietors of Hyomei and B 1 Mid d eton otter to refund the money ji Uyomel does not do all that is claimer for it is tha stroppst proif that cat be given as to the confidence he has in Hyomeis power to cure hay fever The complete outfit costs but 100 while extra bottles can be procured for 5J cents Stockholm hat tire largest deathrate fron thfl nee of alcohol of any city in the world The number t f deaths trom this came Is SO in 100- Dissolution Notice The firm of Allniaii it Stone brick contractors has by mutual consent dissolved partnership Mr Allman retir- Ing from the business Jons ALUIAK aug94t R K STONE THE FEAR OF DEATH Often haunts the miserable dypepic biliniu patient who suffers from heart palpitations chronic cough melancholy nervousness headache colic constipa non etc No need to fear for in Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin you will find a sate pleasant and perfect cure for all this pain distress and worry It clears the brain purifies the blood and cures all forms of indi gestion anp bowel trouble Try it Sold by PerryThomas at 50c and fl 00 Money back if it fails Notice To Taxpayers In order to make my settlement with State anti County by January 1 1906 as required by law I am compelled to advertise and sell for the taxes due State and County beginning first of September 1905 instead of waiting until next Spring so dont permit your self to be caught for this extra cost Respectfully aug94t Joint F WAGERS Sheriff Six Million Acres The State of Texas will place on sale Sept 1st 1005 six million acres of state lands scattered throughout the state at from 100 to 300 per acre onefortieth cash down lorty years time on balance 3 per cent interest Write for particulars also abont cheap rates to the Southwest Aug 15 Sept and 19 Oct 3 and 17 E W LaBEAUME G P and T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo R B BURHANSTESTIFlJiS AFTER FOUR YEARS- G B Burhans of Carlisle Center KY writes About four lents ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble bv takingless than two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely stoiped the brick dust sediment and pain sym toms of kidney disease disappeared I am glad to say that 1 have never had a return of any of those eymtoms dur lug the four years that liars elnppe and I am evidently cured to stay cured FoleyiJidneykidney or bladder trouble sold bj plaj1Imy Ointment cured me quickly and per mantly after doctors had failed 1 F Cornwell Valley St Saugerties N Y Telephone B H Inxon and Rr for economy and smokeless coal fo furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf A cherry suit ot furniture for sal cheap Phone 208 tf Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a hump back straight neither will it a short leg long but It feeds soft mAkeI t and heals diseased boric and Is the few genuine means of 1 rickets and bone consumption Send for free simple SCOTr ft BOWNE 409415 Pearl Ji socandf 100 all druggists 4 It e r IT is estimated that the years cornI crop will reach a total of 2000000000 bushels the value of which will he 1000000000 Quite a snug sum for agriculturists to pocket Add th val ue of wheat to ths and that of rv c1 barley hay potatoes butter eggs and o her prod uutaatid the aggregate will no awazing Betttr stick to the farm YOIngman instead of venturing i to be cities to get feaced by bunco men md grafters PEFFER5 kjNERVICOR RESTORATIVECURES NERVOUS DEBILITY The worM admires men who are strong In physical andrerIonalzdeTOlopmeDca HeryuIureaothertroubldeCOnerycsEcusilyPrIouSitoabox SlzfortiOO a guar ante to refund itnot Cured eWJ1with earns MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO S A For sale by E C Wines Loans and Dis counts 345000 00 StockholdersLiability 3150COO 00 Bank Bldg 0O00 00 Cash and Kxc 65000 00 U Total Resources 580000 00 Your business is desired and we disposed to grant you every consist ent favor IIState Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky A TOUCHING STORY is the saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A Eyler Cumberland Md He At the age of 11 months our lit tle girl was in declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two phy sicians gave her up We were almost in despair when we resolved to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle Rave relief after taking four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health Never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold At R C Stock tons drug store 60c and LOO guaran teed Trial bottle free- For5ae l I desire to sell privately my entire dary outfit ROUT L FRENCH auglGU Richmond Ky- Fwillrent for the year HIM my farm at Runion Grove Address me at Waco i Elmer J Noble 8 anBli3t PECULIAR DISAPPEARANCE J D Bonsn If Bntlerill 0 laid the peculiar disappearance of his painful symtoms of indigestion and biliousnes to Dr Kings Naw Life Pills He rstys They are a perfect remedy for dizziness sour stomach headache con etipation etc Guarahteed at R Ia Stocktons drug store price 25c We Make the rCorrect Colothes for Gentlemen 3ALTIMORE t4EW YOR1t rightbecomiuglyitColorings Glorious the Quaker the Salt and the Saxony weaves the Bannock the overplaids the tans and ecrus and soft We all 10 to 840 We are showing beautiful silks for Shirt in all the new colorings at 29c per yard worth 75c Our beautiful Ribbons pretty Neckwear and for Ladies are the talk of the town and community Dont fail to see them and get the Low Cash Prices we are naming on then W D eoOUTFITTERS PARTICULAR 4i MkY fgj4Irr A FAMILIAR FACE Theltkencssof DR WB CALDWELL appears oa every paciazeot t CaidwellsDRWBCALDwEL SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dysprpsla Constipation Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches and Fevers Caused by llowel and Stomach disorders Ererr eenuine packaire Is distinguished by this trade mark Your druggist will be iliad to sell you either the or S100 file Sold by Perryfe Thomas yyVV V 71 ffiF 7Irml 1 71 ffi 7 71 7F 717F7f MADISON INSTITIIT SHOULD BE PATRONIZED BY THE c 4pI PEOPlE OF MADISON COUNTY carefully Our list of teachers and our prices as given herewith Then if you have a daughter to educate write cipal He wilt latce pleasure calling you and explaining every of the work in Madison Institute No citizen of I or Madison COUnty Jhould of his daughter away from home when his home school offers as advantages and induce ments as can betfouhd eWhere HOME INSTITUTIONS SUPPORTED BY HOME PEOPLE is a principle will meet iearty apprdvaiHf jiu wf stop and think of its far reaching and beneficent results You Madison and let Madison Institute supporfcypu YOU will be pleased with the experiment vint bifound heSa OUR PRICES within each r fiil fTHntr ivare sjOUR OJilvxJJi I Sare fT good as can any school in the 5 jT perienced teachers thorough instruction good discipline and correct prices we keep Madison InsLittite1iitlie front ralik 5Fpr cataog etc address me at Richmond Ky Box 575 1 tjJ ltpP 9ilAli AQlBIRRESIDEN7f H c iI L L p i 0 frI nL c f C = = o J r =Do some one thing better than any one else can do it and though you build your home in the depths of the forest the world will blaze a path to your door Emerson =The First Touch of SPRING 0 AWAKEah NATURE is awak eningPut on the New GarbClothes make the mano Youll feelas royal as a Kings with tIe exhiliration of the new justinthe Makers and such Makers the greatest Clothes Makers in the world have fashioned these goods Schloss Bros Co of Baltimore and New York The Correct Clothes Makers for Gentlemen have designed fashioned and made these new creations i Every garment carries their guarantee their label bin every garment none genuine with out 1 They have no equalthere is a snapgrace style in every line of them are Grays English and Peppers burns quiet fawn tracings of brown harmonies of tones have grades from Waists Collars in in to dtb We are in our a lot of short in all Wool and Brussels Carpets ii dO rhliculouelylowrugs and some of them are large to cover small rooms and halls OldhamTO PEOPLE wc4Yw 3i Examine upon detail think good which your expect iC have offering basement lengths Ingrains I elegant enough r thevprin Richmond sending support Institute EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mcORPOJtAnD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhero In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country d We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed JAMES Eo CALDWELL A W HUNTER J trwidem a Oenl Wiuuunir oo rr f 7I ffi mF 7I7I 71 Expenses I The school year is divided into two terms of nine teen weeks each The expenses per term are as follows 1 00TuittonTuition in Academic Department 25 00 V Tuition in Preparatory Department 4th Reader Grade 20 00 J 00PianoJViolin Mandolin VVocalDrawing pencil or crayonooo i p 00Bookkeeping IElocution 00Dasarte00 Dinloina Certificate of graduation in any department I 1000 3 QO 4ffC 4TLii i Yt4 71 boailingDlIpiIs 71 in reduction1 f pivrliflla bOp from Fridy to MOlQv ft J JI I j l S S S SS SSS SUS SeSS OSa fL f wJl AA s A a E Times Up A QII uor i IAN SHOES liii 0SI USI GO fWjuiover3c to wear theinbut not so much tiote toell tlemf so we have A i J r n0 0Seen through our stock and put 0A Farewell Price ioe = 5j on oVery tiirof ran Stine we own and now they must Vacate Mens Womens and Childrens Tau Shoes of s every style ata prices saljOiv that youll not be able to resist S the temptatIon of buying a few pairs See here 0SS 5 00 Tan Shoes for 3 75 SS 4 00II U 2 75 f S w 3SU YV ViM 2 25 i J300 C 2 50 J 2 SO 2 15a IIJ 6S 2 00 4 IJ d11 Af 4t Y4f J20k eet u 5o itlFr JamPTr1bbie j1 r it II Ia H Fh Shoeman1 5 e w I H 551 S g S S S S S S S S SIS S S S a S S S S S S S S S S S S S S sssssssssse sssesss The Richmond Clima PUBLISHED EVERY TKDNICSDAY BY The Climax Printing COi Incorporated A D ItI1R Mjtor Manager Member Ky Press Association and J PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUG 30 jJ THE WEALTH OF OURJfAJJP I TUB wealth of our nation cannot ronsonKoiy tie UleAsutad lneat and per6hWf pdrtj Thrf iat rfeil pro gress of a nation cannot be summed lip mi a mera matter of dollars and centw It i nu8takenLJoa tobclieve that the ontiro wealth1 ef a nation cone lists 1kiuc1llyot land and cattle gmKJng in the valleys or upon athou mad hills or that ma9sicbick and tone structures which tower high up in the breezes or that tho great mass of gold silver copper ironrconl and other substances that lie 4mried beV neath the earths dPface or Bislodged fey the miner and brought forth or that the great forests and navagable streams constitute the whole fabric of our material wealth It d sOt1 There is one greater than those with out which these availeth nothing It is the Inanity of reasoning intelli gence Soinemany have conceived the idea that we could dispense with this important agent and are foolish enough to believe that money is the tote weUh of the nation This isa delusten and a snare Money is not wenlth It is merely the legal rep resentativo or authorized agent tof wealth Ii a sense it is nonproduc live and by an act of Congress could be made worthless While money is the groat catholicon of the nation as the lifeblood is to the body jjp money is to the pattonyet that is not tho real wealth ofa nation Money differs essentially from oth er kinds of wealth Plato perceived thaVlabor is the source of all wealth Xenophon also hatLsome interesting observations on the subject He nil1tJlspooks of wealth as what q tet maiV thnn- ioroy u tigurativel sponlUng i wealth ffhen prorporly nppTied and used for the cH rwtnt 9f rnantkir4- ILadds La QUI wealth aBlniatorial- fprQperityftnd is a rery pftlIfl = t Apr in theprogrewiof ourxsiv lizatioij- jBUt whenrnoiNjy Ie misappled and udAf r imttrorntPnrp IftSjIito8 frequently theft its evil effectsare beyond computatlonandlbdgWIof1 enumeration it becomes the enemy olallTnankindand thereby pauper izes the nation If it is in tho hands of one who does not know how to use- it3we maythcnexelude money also from ing countedai woollh Tftte it is wealth is assumed byniany to rjeoniyaqualRyol toiir 4ttct Itjhas beea said By some that money vwas a sham a thing not natural but conventional only It is reallyr npt natural because money is simplya fcreature of legislation and would possess no real value for the purposes of daily life if another commodity n tigersWhyis It that Ayers Hair Vigor foes so many remark ablethiggs Because it is a hair fppd It feeds the hair puts new life into it The hair Hair Vigorcan- not keep from rowin arKIback to gray hair When I lint used Ayert hair Visor Jlelf 9I aIaoUX1Ir JIutP4ssIIaIak aed II thick as I cnhidwiaI Mug 8tS411 KLorrcMTiKX Tutcumbla Ala 1f1ip i ycxtER flaaIGray Hairn was substituted by the users We believe money is only conventional that it is simply the representative of value or rather a kind of barter for the exchange of different kinds of commodities the necessaries of life q1 v Nowf the question naturally arises JfA tbe tftinfrg enumerated does not constitute the wealth of a nation whatdoos fiThis question can be answered in a most intelligenttmanncrand4Arectly the opposite of the honest opinion of of the majority yet after due consid ration they must necessarily con form to the answergiven Sonic peo lie may bo so biased they cannot ad 11ltnabstract truth but the truth alwsryi supports itself The answer lto the question is summed up as fol Tows Edhationf public schools and twentyVmTlIion of children of gchooLage opinionipshav6arscTho are getting too smart nbwidBys There is no nation tha- tIiastvebii accused Of being too jntejligent The great trouble is they lack intelligence instead of hay ing it Ighorauce fosters vice it sows the seeds or violence It instills in the heartss ofs the young disobedi ence ndnrd t it reeks out venence and murder uts a darkittblot upon the inbabl s oriuimunity in fact it is Impossible to piqturp the depth to which civiliza ton sinks vWnon inorancc is rife bcingeducatedtrlsedobtgherrhe higher the popu 4ar iatollyctis raised the more intel 1igcnt and iuilepejQ ileu t will be its otc ay3mojeineiligent the voter Jhe feetqrfluallfi d is heto choose l a righ and between good meD and la3mehT The to chobse T5etfeeilgbodand e JIlivery ii4p6rlahVfov tbd stronger the HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for aify Case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FiJ CheneyCo Toledo O Wo the undersigned have known F nlre A1l beleive him perfectly honorable in all uusineit transactions athI jJrRnelally llerIWalding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists ToledoO Ha lis Cure is taken Internally acting directly uboii the blood and mucous surfaces of tho sYstem lestimonals sent free Price 75 cents bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipa tion I Quality is rem mbered long 1 after price is forgotten r We know from long experience that this statement i ftIue Our constant policy since entering into business her Sj twenty years ago has been to giVe l6tte p qplo Genlial Kentuckythe highest quality of r House Furnishing Goods iio be found any where and at a price as low as is consistenl with this quality No wonder that Brower Quality and Brower treat e went are household goods denoting perfect satisf- actionpjjjjL 2L t 5 C CO r KV = z sourceo1 govcment the stronger the gnnt IflUhe bayoets- that tiI3ars thu most potenthob- allothVLhahink aro1the most c tScienfl There can no questibnj that bulwark to Our liberties sIn the eTication of ourpopl WenIl believe in fact we all know that free doui is good and forever blest of God Constitutional freedom in all its beneficence power anti grandeur isthe 01 popaiar education- EducaUOn ennoblesma Uolelates vioj man inspires young men with hero ism and ambition helps all in their Slurs Itf ItfeY Banctiliesa degenerate sit llLs up the standard of public moral anti makes citizenship glorious We must if wo wqect to endure ele vate all Educate That is the watchword of the hour White or black- rTCh1ryo01bllndllndJxpntemnstbc educated i The public school system is ono of the crowniag of educatibu- Thr tl1e eftottsoftbtlTe and pa triotic menJthepublicschool was lese tablishcd and it would he utterly ni possibleto meaeure its worth in dol lariantl cents In fact all the avail abl money rn the cduntrywonrd ot py two per cent on the amount of real wealth it has addedto this nation besides what has teen transported to the land beyond the seas The men who have stood at the helm of the told shipand steered her through troubled seas to a pert of safetyreceivod their first instructionmany of them the bulk of their education in our public schools The public school ias been and is today one of the most po tent factors In the of pur civilization It was established on the fundamental prlnclple that the in telligence and virtue of the people Constitute free government Washington in his farewell address said Promote thena an object of pri mary Importance institntions for the general diffusionjof knowledge In proportion as the structure of a gov ernment gives force to public opinion it is essential that public opinion should beienlightened Our public schools therefore form one of the chief corner stones of the American Republic Thoyarothe great assimilating power in this coun try today They arc the anchor o our hopes and the bulwark of our lib erties the dispenser of Virtue Liberty and Patriotism the great devel of moral character in the young the beaconlight of free government the ensign of the republic the emblem of Truth Beauty and Love the great cst heritage ever left to the young and a monument of worth bf ever lasting and crowning glory to those wbobavo gone on before Wberever the public schools prevail better becomes the people and ignorance which fosteis vice dwin dWs into a mere misnomer the feud rUJ ien districts of the mountains be come lawabiding communities and a tit dwelling place for the habitation of jnan and the valleys become great Woonrfng flower gardens and their beauty is reflected in the sunshine and their fragrance is waftcd in the breezes to aU of the earth tor example read tile history ol ftb wan County in our own beloved StateTrue some doubt the truth fulness oY this statemerit and Jes pecially those who contribute a few dollars to the pnbjic school fund in the Iyof taxes liut such an in Yestment pays ft larger dividend than any other Therefore let userect school build ings for the general diffusion 01 knowledge whereyerjand whenever w countryhQlo I Little Love Stories On Wednesday of last week Mr Wm Pigtva promitTeTitryomiK man of Berea and Miss Alice Burdette a charming younjrlady of Big Hill cam to this city with the intention of get ting mauled N BTnrpln our oblig ing County Judge performed the cero mony with promptness and dispatch The nuptial knot waa tied in the court house Last Wednesday Mr Elvin Newby and Miss Ellen Binghara both of Valley View were bound by the holy bonds of wedlock Their many friends wish them a happy bon voyage Mr Harry Shipp and BJisii Myrtle Todd prominent young of Berea were married at the Engle House in this city last Friday Rev McCulIy officiatedLast night Mr Herbert C Muyhall and Miss Bonnie A Harris were married at the homo of the brides parents in this city Mr Mayball is an engineer on the L 3H roilroad and is a firstclass fellow Miss Harris is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs A R Harris and is a most excellent young ladv wake their home ID Righinond We extend hearty con gratulations PERSONAL fMr William Wallace is visiting reJ atives In Irvine f Mr and Mrs laP Eyansfmoved last week to their country home Mr Herbert SlQrivner of Winch s lef Visited relatives here Thursday 1 Hon Clarence E Woods was lin Lancaster andStanfortl yesterday ton business Mrs Robert Riddell has returned tq Irvine after a pleasant visit to Mrs R C Stockton Mts J II Powell and grandsons Jerre and Merritt spent Sunday at still Springs r== i Mr and Mrs Beverly Broaddus C f TUclmtohd SpentSunday heieVal 4Icy View Argent Mr and Mrs George Corzelius arid children pleasanttstay at Atlantic City t JS tur Dr and Mrs L jiBlanlonpf Thin ville were tho guests of relatives anti friends here last week Mis Yo F Higgins and daughter Miss Mande are visiting rcldtivesjtnd friends in Cynthiana Mr Dolph White edi torInchief of tho Estill Herald was in thifcity Saturday and Sunday Miss Josephine Schmidt Is visiting Mr and Mrs Sid Kelly at Locust Branch Estill county qrMr rankrow of Jcssani o coun ty visiteSwlatives and fiend jat Wallaceton last week i Mr and Miss Quillon of Lee county are visiting Mr A D Branden burg near College Hill Mrs George W Pickels and daugh ter Miss Marry Liaie s spending the week nt EstlllSprings Miss Lillian AustiF returned to Paris after a two weeks visit to Misses Annie and EllenEngloJ i Miss Florrie Cbenault Smith charm ing young lady of Winchester is the guestofMissJuliahiteI Dr G IL Hendren of Jqhnett oIRockcastlo county is visiting his par ents at Speedwell this county Miss Margaret Parrish has returned from a two weeks trip to New York City Atlantic City sad tli rtA tera polnW jgMr Keats Speed of New jorIs iendtlllnLcxingto ton Leader v1 jj lJW T West of Speedwell wc was confined to his bed for several weeks with typhoid fever is able to be out again Mr and Mrs N J Hiatt of Wal SyythcrniMlssourrwhord future home Mrs StisAi a1i lli1iirctur froth avisir to flier son WT D Oil hanif jpf Ucli1l10ndMt Sterling Sentinel Democrat S J Mr and Mrs IL L MpKee anti daughteu11ILMJ6 thviticMcKissasTh4- Lirncd Monday from a ten davRvItt jjovFrenclirLick Springy i ft jj Mrs dwarth or IJrOsii entflGTiaMb6llgeJrQJelanlJoif Tvfni fuckyv visited thelodge in this c1y uesdahighVbf lastrwcdk 1IrtaadTraynOrrqvlslt1ngst tod Mx T qh y make their future iLQtfleir mnnt friends wish them much success Prof W R EubankrofVlidwayi wbp conducted the MadifSpn C tunty- Teachers Institute was a P1elSPnL caller 14 this pfljck last Thursday Mesdames Norman Waddle and Horris CundiO of Somerset have returned hqjne alter a visit to 1o1rand Mrs A W Williams near Red House Mrs A D Miller and daughter Elizabeth and her guest MisS Eliza beth Miller of Indianapolis left last week for a ten days stay at Estill ipringsr p icaMr F llaliiibrcIss N mothl- f tiaul q llitjimond oud Mrs Su McCrohan from tKe Boutharp visiting Misses Phronio and Willie LearJcs samine Uews 0qi Mr Ray Gott who has been confined to his bed for several weeks with typhoid fever is improving rap idly This will be good news to his many friends Misses Mayme unit Margaret Scully aftera pleasant visit of a mouth to tQeirQousinMiss Katherinq McKenL na of this city have returned totbeir home in Fayette county Mr Clarence Baraea jind wife of Beattyvihiftvthe guests of relr atives tn this citySaturday and SunL t1ayMr Barnes is now editor and manager of ihe BeatCyvillo News villelMrsLauraCraddock of Washington D rsWrIiMr W P Jolly a clever and acmI com datibgyon man of Lcxlns ton hascharge of the express busi 0testIJudge Broaddus and wife who have beenthe pleasant guests oT Mrand- Mrs NB Deatherage and Mrs Margaret Noland for several weksleft C5tyMo 1fRichmqndJulia White of Richmond VKq haa been visiting tJi siI Smithas returned home Winchester SunScn tinel sLllonWB Smithof1hs ijat SundaySchcol dayIJIQ addressed thptcpnvwitjpn QnTboImpartanQc of the sun School MrTupperattenfled the Iristltute ihRlchmond Mdnday and 1iftsilaV 6f this weeK ChdrlieSoperandl7am fiy of Richmond visited E B VpI lace and fanIy o jyallacetpnV un payf crea Citizen II Mr Ji Mr Baker a successful far mer of Plattsburgv Mo anrtRev WraBakur pSrthe Congregational cMrcH atSbrtngfreldO ate ViSirtng their parents Squire andiirs baker at Wallacetonthis toanty Miss Eriima WHite of F xtown rkanaways a welcome visltorMrLce Gbtt of Richmond was with friends at this place this cCkEil1 Herajdi Mr GG Prewitt attended the to nnion of the rrevi family along the bprder linQpf Clark and Moptgnintiry 1pm1bjubilees jeftiBoucher will have charge of the Y M GrAtttrTofb Jiloiillneir Rfr wit connected with Y Mt C A wok in n11111jifriends wno wish him much success in his new field Mr Richard A Jones who is loca ted at Union South Cavolinn in thq beingManaerD qhlfryfather Mr W B Jones near aint Lick jlr JonesS came up Tuesday with our old friend Harry Francis both being good Elks Mr Jones is neither marrlejLnor in love but tUe latter statemeniho made With suffi cicnt mentaltcservatioujt Judieata sadlyfaithlessoltlPalmetto State I rtr L charmlnulriguests S SriGoodlooH1ton of Winejicu and Helen Johnson of Danville 111 on last Friday evening at the spacious pldhpmoof Dr and llrs G W delightfulMisses Madge Burnam Mary Bates Shackelford Evelyn Smith Elizabeth Searoy Hattie HdWkins Maiy Barret PerryDaabney LucyBookerValtcr ChenaultVTOliYani Wo y- dor dAn Thty Jiinrry Srnitii fWP1I snijtJi Preston Smith Robt Bujnam Nicko las Harber Joe Prewitt Chenanit Wm Evans Jas Tribbie Overtoo EvansWilliaW Wallace iburrWBed toi Join Doth Jk IhMraalt Mrs GW ETU Jr r f w I a nn itc 1WI 1cd4uff4ed Iitcbl took1awny hinglretO insaiit1 and q wfiA11 fersonsTiavfng TegaT demands against me are notified to present same 1ItlttOoDlethis time forward all are warned not to sell teeny person upon my credit 11tCulEAULS- RAti1N7 100 nii84t- y c f duSeed et and- nave tfle1est ro tQrI1le byiJetche k WHt QYL 55I armFPrIS I iJ Myfarm61 2oo cr intItI 6tinty- dt nie Kn1Ullf Rtver in1ithti1e- ast of Collece Hill this county Kchooi housVS onimorner Of same Gobdnttghi borhbodJgooa Hue grass clofer arii corn farm Firstclass orchard Fouf ndveV falling eprfn s aridaNfe iwelL lif theyard Apply fortermdto4 t i RGEriJle RichmoiSilKy1I Sjwpjulaj sat rhetm erysipe ast am jUhq dyjtr ssing erqpU ve dseasj6 flnickjyjftndpe rmanently vi jq to the lelsJ1IJ1lt9InEP91eor Burdockr- an 1 uwAbeseinga1ktoyoungiiuidoki Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry Natures Bpeeifioforrdysenterjv diarr oeaand summejcompiatiiLL An assortment of varioas branap foired oats now offered fcisii1obyM Stevenson at greatly reduced prices I iL A mNtEl UL1 lJl 01 RESIDENCE Aq Assignee of Mrs E Hume the undersigned will sell at publicoutcry to the highest bidder on Saturday Sept 16 05 At 230 clock in the afternoon the JollowingipropeTty upon the following terms of the purchase money will be due and payable on the- llstdMrorDeember 1905 and the rfr oiaindnr in tho equal installments in 6 and 12 months thereafter bearing legal1 in ferest from Jahiiary 1 1006 PurehaBer willbere nired to ex cnte notes with geod security arpurchase fnpney as soon as sale iqCQnIJ ted payable to assignee Lot of Land with all Improve inerits Thereon I in the city of Richmond Madison ofL8n214 feet more or less on Lahbaster avenue anctjuuning hack even width alonaJBrepk ayeRupSGo Jeet ropre or less The improvements on said tract consists of following j I it214 feet I 5Ii 1I a U5PIT11 piti cIr 1 f wIa j II Ji 1 I o t IIIt = 2c5 UOI tIu h IfItAI L 2 2Mfcef I h 2t04 feet 1 LAttCASTEh VEh 11 IS IIll One of the best apportioned anti most cgmmpdivus bjick residences n Hit city cou an ng four larJ1i rooms dowJl sthIr besiderhalte paUtrJ s kIt ierus porches etcand five iatgeebmforta blebedroonis npstairs besides can ax 1convenumeesway are of the most expeWveIiaril woods and the liousfe throUghont ie heated by furnace sj Excolientpervaqs quarters ajarsre ana barn and stable large tow lotllnclshMjpj jlplendidcTiibkeii ofJltefne grsjpe arbor flower pit and fllower garclen Also at Iie sal lrtllUinTheseiotelay WithBreclfsome of the most desira1hand totfrtyinsticwn All oflhispropeVtrisono tract hinf feat present occupied by E BiHutflp parefjhandthtnof the highest bids on thQBep sat parcels does not excend the highest bid on properlyas tv Tioler IieiJropeTTy wiH belvetoiT1circ9rr r J Harvey Chenault Assignee or Mrs Eu enta Homo Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer tloaJ Prj Taqwh iii is I If you want to save a substantial sum oh Vdur nekflVlnteriS ftfel hill y01f It h Ig- DoItNowIIIIlt cdat ptrciaI ie thelt 1ov Lt whoncoalpitheres a DECIDED difference between the price now and wnKTfwilV b8inafew shortinpjths1lig us Up or call and it over w t us 1B4 tuifl- ifDRftzemn tD U Mgr i Phone 14 Yard AN- flzi r4 J i e 1t Cmi= UT RiblrtrSale toIr B1te Yrasiarids Stock Crops Farming mple erits ndHousehold J q C r Furniture As PncutonrYlHheir wi land tes tament of Manr John D Hana de ceased thiJ Undersigned will sell o- nSetMJr ay L4O5 on the pcerdises beginning at pine oclock a mIll of said decedents ittockidaruil ii utensils and three hiui dre l acres of corn in the field On FridafSept 15 1905 beginninjj al5iine oclock a mt we will sel the household and kitchen fur niturin tl late residence of the de bedent Cadtes are especially invited to be bresent Jot riclayssal Foipar as ta thQsaid of personalty reterenfois h re to Beparate1 sale lilLI N huis4y Sept l4r05 IMtJOIATELY RNdoN LUtiClIi12S2 acrearJIland will be of fractsThethe farm of Major John D Harris and grasslandoonveuientiy ter and Menelans turnpke roads In Mad igotv c6qnty Kv beginning three railec from Richmond Ky on the L N raUroatJ with a platform intirant ril orthe main residence We will first oiler LOT No lOon nlat iontaiiiine 102 acres On this tract IP located BIyOiewood which is one of th best improved and onu of the lar srest And is thio most heaLthfully loa KeutnckyJhessary out buildings and a very large obsrcco barn We will nnxt offer LOT No 9 per nlat containing acres All this is in grass except twentv acres in tobacco md a good brick dwelling honse is lo cated thereon Then we will offer said lots Nos 0 3 nd 10 together and the ame will J e sold in the rqanner bringing the most Money We will then offer LOTS Non 12 3 and 4 per plat separately and then to gether and will sell the same in the manner bringing the most money These four lots are known as the Old AlacVwhere Major John T Harris father lived thav are located three miles from Richmond Ky on the Lan i5sterjfijrnpjke and araADJn bJjiegiaK and there are four houses on the same nd onefeted tobKccri1 latnMThey are exce1leltsJnallfarmsvery productive If sold separately a thirtyjfqot roadway will be be tweet s 1 and 3 ss that Nos 2 and 4 wilt have nfree and ample pa s tnrnpikeroalThese icres and together make one of the best lid most prqductjvei farms qf that size in Madison county Ky It is well watered there being thfereon sr rood springWeplat containing 30U acres This tract has a half mile frontage on the Mdne laus tnrnpike road is well watered and will raakflA very desirable farm either shone or tfi connection with any of the other tracs relerred to it being norirenient tb all A good tenant house is located on this tract a good pond and a n ver failing spring We will then offer LOT No 6 of 101 acres This Is known as the Duncan land and there in no more fertile land It corners to Dnnnannon Station on tha fj t N railroad and is on a good county road The sale of these lands will present one of the best opportunities ever ofTer wl in Madison county Ky for safe and nrofitahle investment of capital or icqtiiringof spfenid blue trass Mines They are all located convenient to the nnnnty seatillre bounded by excellent turnpik ioads are on the l N rail being two stations on UA farmare convenient to churches ann tiie best schools and are in one ot thl ffrandest farming communities in the state jj TERMS Possessibn of the Blythewood res itlellc yard and garden will be given iinrnedjately after the sale full pofcsep slSn of the residue of the property to sold will be given on or before Jan 1st 000butj urchasers will right to isnter and sow small grain and to fence erect build ings or wake other im provements qn the lands during the fall of 1005 One third of the purchase money will he doe and payable December 30th 1005 tutu the remaining purchase money will be due and payable in three equal installment in six twelve and eighteen months from Dec 30th 1905 l Wul purdfaeers wall bareqntred tuxAcute notes with goo security payable to the executors bearing legal interest from Dec 30th 1005 until plid and a lien will be retained to secure the tin paid purchase money and iut rest dpedfo he executed on first payment of purchase money Said lands will be sold without reserve or bybid and the pales will be absolute title good Farm can be realiedby train leaving Kiclimond on LAN railroad at 830 a nr and returning leaves trout yard of residence at 5 p m For further particulars ad dress Hon C M Clav Jr Pans Kvj S H Stone Louisville Kv or T J Curtis Richmond Ky The latter re Rides upon the farm and would be glad 1tbSH STONE YoTExecutors of J n Harris deceased NB Blue prints showing survey of the above land can be found at allbaiik in Richnib7rd = aoizIC4t k s HOUSEWOR1ERiIJ r t Nothing is more important to tie hardworking housekeeper than to 1leWgr proplwongotiuei wIse that oj palo sallow loolr all tirwl filing wiUjmake her ldok and feelias a clog will keep ypnnp totha mark withjoutiiijurons stimulation SQ well iMDrGM wells flnjitive iyrup1epu- ii qig r4iver tOtijciif- or re constipation Biliousness and In digestion Sold by Perry Thoinas at 5poaiyi 100 Jl nevb1WJt ifij fail J Sacr Saie toquitbusiness Ybi HenceIoffer at a sac- 4ife beginningjunf Jtf my aifkindsthfollowingMy2story brick residence pa MaI1slreetIMy 2story brick residence khbwriasjcrieBarlow 4g ntle rubber tire cart and harness HaxHallVaticaqmare A firstciass phaeton wmpleaseV t BJ W TURNER RichmcxI Ky ii f tA1 i f IIiJj labile SBl OF 8irBltieStockCrops Farming Implements Household and V KftcheniFotniture Thu nnjler8iwfwI eXlotot8of Major John DHarris deceased belt on j f i If T n LY e mDer 14iQ5fA- N y cpt1 15 1Bb- 4mnnint each day at the houro9 oCloika m tTie follovving property viz 18 work mules j 2 yearling radios 9 brood mares one by Black Squirrel and one by King Richard 7 oarIing and twoyearold horses 4 weanling colts 2good driving horses 18 extra good youngs lacks and 2ajennets 12 milk cows and calves 5 yearling heif ers 5 Y lrlln lt r8t1 Shorthorn bull lumerqusfarmln2ImolementsconRlstinAof oils binders mowers cultivators plows harness plowgear hay rakes also carriage 2 buggies 2 sets of buggy harness j 1 cattle scale 1 platfotinscale 20 hemp brakes 300 acres of corn in the field 15 stacks of hay and seven large ricks of straw Lunch will be served at 12 oclock and imll1ediatelafter thelunch 1282 acresofJanij lnjopaite parcels willbe sold from the frontporch of the reSI- dence See separate sale bill for the land sale and terms On Friday Sept 15 1905 atnine oclock a mwe will sell the household and kitchen furniture qf said decedent consisting orbed room par lorand lihirarseta lcbmplete Carpets and rugs a very handsome old mabog any side board dining table and chairs also china anil table varel hall set hat rack chairp 1 large frirror very handsome window curtalns also 1 nearly new Majestic Cooking Rang and all kitchen furniture in short all the furniture of every kind of this magnificent country homestead This sale will be made without reserve or bybid and will be absolute Ladles are particularly invited for the second day when the household and kitchen furniture will be sold The farm can be readied by railroad from RichmondlCy The train leaves Richmond at 830 a m and returning leaves tie front yard of residence at- 5pm TERMS Atlarticlen hringine 20 and less must he paid for in cash For all articles over 20 thepurchasew shall execute notes with good security payable to the executors on Dec 30th 1905 with out interest untU niatuFity ips of the sale must be compiiefl with before moving property or CrAY S K STONE T J CURTIS Executors Fcr particulars as to land sale see eparate lull Public Sale I will sell at sale to the highest and best bldtTermy stpck crops farm ingirnplemenishousehold and kitchen furniture on- TIIURsDAYsEPrEMBER 7 1905 at10 a m on the farm known as the Till Chenault place on the Boo 1esboro And Red House turnpike two miles from Red House which consists of the following property towit I Mule five years old 2 Mules three years old 4 Mules two years old 3 Mules yearlings I Mule Colt 2 Brood Mares 2 Family Buggy Horses 21 Twoyearold Steers 4 Steers 4 Yearling Heifers 6 Cows and valves 1 Shorthorn 4 80 Extra Good Ewes 8 Good Brood Sows LotofShoata K Lot of Hay rn bale 25 Acres of Corn in field 2 FrrnWaofls WagonI 1 Deering Mower 1 Ray Rake t Wheat DrillIDisc Harrow Strippersa latest lm proved eighthorse over 1 Power Cutter with blower 1 Corn anti Cob Mill 1 Stove Wood Saw 1 Corn Planter IAt of Pioca Harness Cultivators and III kinds of small farming Implements Lot of Lnmbor Several lfn Honses Household and Kitchen Furniture E B EVANS Long Tom Chenault Auctioneeer Newby Carriage I X Works A D Estes PropS AIL KinasVehidesHo- rseshgeing antf Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar pricesbeforepurchasing thisJinei We will save you money of t v New Carriage Works wV NewbytKy PublicSale Twllrtell pithliclrfnt my home ot the Whitlock and Silver Creek new turnpike o- nWednesday t Sept 6 at 10oclock the following property viz byWIon west and south by Jet le Newby on eaVtby home tract wiuul x coutauib 20j acres s SLoJ1 No 2 ftourded on north by said pike on east by Litha Davis on west contaiusIt LotNoPerkins on south by Jacksoiia branch nwe t by Jiome tract and conialiu 66 77100 acres Lot Not Ponndel on north by said pike east by Lots Nos 2 stud a 01 sonthuby lacks nzt Lrauch ton wot 98qWill sell aid lots separately ant then aa a wljp inthe btff jgjijiiuvf Iheln08t money wilt be aetepteti- TERMSrQiiehajf cSh lie balance in paynien s Purlmseih ri qpirfd togiyVjbond with good eDiuit for payment ot puitliiitte money lipsr inK6 per cent iuteft i uvin January 1 givenLiptlebaee IBo y je paidC Baldwin it Xlw lttWwi1 It W f i t J11 4juFCLbAKS FURS WRAPS sec 4 JL 4skli 4m Tq ci t IP t lAII r i m f 1 t J 4 ii YH 1- t fA I ff a tI rI Ji r Albert The florist j l i + rAgenrfr Honakerfs Flowers V JIM telephone 488 Ask Your Neighbor which is the best Mower to buy and his answer will be If you want a Mower that will last longer pull lighter andcut your grass from season to season year in and year out with out trouble or loss of time and to give you perfect satisfaction you will have to buy an J Ideal Deering Mower i Call and let us show you whythe Ideal Peering Mower is thebestand let us price you a Mower and Rake We have all kinds ot Sulky S ring Steel Teeth R kmaiM Sweep Rakes ranging in price from 18 to 40 When in town call and let us show and price you our line of Hay Presses Stackers Sweep Rakes Sulky Rakes Gas Engines Pumps and Birdsell Wagons TDont buy a farming tool without first pricing and looking over our line D1 B1 Shackelford Co wv y makes a porch more attractive and comfortable than some of our regular Porch and Lawn j t 4 Furniture QurPprch Shades are in great demand The ri-i hot days makes one want to live out of doors But winter time is coming and you will want to freshen iip1he interior of your homes We can show you all kinds of Furniture from the 4smallest 1 Odd Pieces rtoheavy and handsome suites Our line of s4 Pktures is complete and espedal attention is paid to framing rJ Our Undertaking Department 4Isup to date in every res- pectOLDIIAMW SEE P MPopeth- eHardware man of Richmond about Dia mond Edge goods Every piece warranted Trya Diamond Fdge Ax pleasurebutit bay be made liss by the use ofan ax JjadJEdge 01 fitW t 1It c t 1 t II 1 argain PjJces aiT =lor Kuust a NameS k d by I a1tke pages of Jescr tion ior IVEHKLES make riding 1fie pleasure you kpoV that the The price is within t the The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUG 30w 1905 Buy you Seed Wheat irom Letch r Witt novi t A large crowd went from here t High Bride on the excursion Sunday The corn crop in isoncoqnty- is said to be the b shalsl in years Dr L H Larnlman the optqiar- will bo at- September H eIJJInd n Wean tray 13 f lit Watermelons and cantaloupes hay hAen in abundance for the past we k We have seen as high as ten loafs atone time on First street The concrete pavement on ItInli street in front of Mr W B Turner drv goods store has been repaired A much needed improvement The two handsome cottagesof Mi Wm Arnod on Brent ave have been turned over to him by the contractors and are readY for occupancy Bodily pain1oesJtsttor if rnuvp a bottle ot Dr Ttiqmas E1ectrjpIL In the house Instant relief in cases of burns cuts sprains accidents of any sort The Madison County Sunda School Convention was held at BereJ last Friday The convention was largi ly attended and an enjoyable time hat by all present SALESMEN WANTED to look after our interest in Macison and adja cent counties Salary or commission Address Clover Oil and Paint Co Cleveland O Last week Paducah had a big fire Two large warehouses were consume j besides about 800 hogsheads tobacc j f A negro fell dead flghtinjrthe flame TTlie loss is estimated at lOOIOC For a few days I have decided tr greatlv reduce prices on all bottle plck lsGoOOs i which formerly sold for 25 cents now marked down to j9qtfl- 2t M Stevenson Chicken thieves ares to be very numerbusin Some pnrtsXpf thercounty A good shot gun loaded with buckshot anti in the hands of an expert marks man is a most beneficent remedy foi this evil Farmersare now busilr ngaei cutting tobacco The crop isjunusuall early this season owing to the favora ble season In some sections the crop has been canslderablydamaged the recent rains The farmersln many sections arc working hard to establish the Tobacco Growers Association an organization whose purpose it will be to control production and pricey i9otherworda enemy of theTobacco Trust k The corn crop throughout the State is reported to be exceptionally good In the mountain districts where littl corn is raised issaid to have unusually largo crops this year There need be no fear but tlmt tie average I entuckiar will have plenty of his highly prize diet corn bread The members of the Madison Coun ty Republican Committee which met at the court 1i6use last Saturday forthi purpose ot fixing a date to hold a con vention to ppininat a candidates for the various county offices did not materialize There was a lack of attendant on the part of members and there be inSiiotemnighto makea quorum tlie meeting was adjourned Theywil meet county court day A tine Girnid Farm Sail to a Madison County Mn Mr John W Parkes brother of Mr Sam S Parkes has sold his elegant home at Paint Lick to Mr Ernest Wools for the sum of 30300 there being three hundred acres of choice land an average of flOT per acre Sues The L t N Mrs Etliel Snooks of Louisville has strod the L kN railroad for 2000 damages for injuries received alleged to have been sustained In a collision between the L N and the C O at Viley Station Jqly 4 Mrs Snooks is wpll known here where as jfBsOr Ethel Buford she was the elocution and delsarte instructor at Madison In etitutea mimher of years ago The HissonfjraclIW Railway Gunpiny Till last tour of the s ason to Den ver Colorado Lowest mlna ever offer ed Leave StllIIiftl vm M ihsouri Pad flc filViy Sept 2 1905 Pullmai standard ttleepera Dining cars Tic- kel Include all expenses sida trl s etc Fur futher information addrelsI A A Gallagher D pt419 WalnutSt Cincinnati 0 School Unsus Completed i State Superintendent Fuqua of tile Department of Public Instruction lias just completed the animal census and finds that the total number of children of achool age in Kentucky this year Ie r 730349 as against 735770 last year A 325 per capita 242087980 will b paM oiitjjy UieSchpoj fundj jpf wind 2410859 will go to defray the expense of the State Department and 2896711 d will Jjedistibnter for jBe inathfei ance of the county schools rot Rent A cottage on High street recent occupied by Mrs Akers Call on faddress Mrs Elizabeth Crojw State Meeting The Stata Board of Electioneer mSssioiiers metin Frankfort fasSatui dayiiind namedthe eiectionMjfllcets lor WML StountiL4betate t conduct the November election t H n H fJK ofh Fair The fourth annual exhibition 6f the K of P FaSr As ociation at NIchi lasville isjieirig held fit that city thi8 week Fair open yesterday ar will continue three days Everythii bids fair for a mostsuccessful meetiri To Visit Kentucky Jndee Alton B ParJcerUemocrat candidate for President last fall will shortly make a VJRitto Kentucky He cornea on a having beet engaged to argue the case of J D Park Sons against Samuel B Hartman before JUdge Coohran at Maysyille i i Beep Interest Cons derable int ft has been1tak- ert11e rneetings tonq ted by Elde Aiford ReeveB of Parts Tenn and assisted by Rev W O Foster the reg ular prstor at the East End Chrlstia churcH Elder BeeTe8i8n fomief Rich tnond boy and has had consideiabi success as a minister Qt the gospel Slrock by LJiEtniBf Upring an electrical storm early last Wednesday mcrning the depot of the Southern RaJlway Cbrapnnyy at Vei sailles was struck lightning and was completely consumed by thi lames A livrger and finer depot will probably take Its place aa the old de pot was inadequate to accommodate the traveling pnbliq J Golden edd- it j t Mr and Mrs Ed Hnlett oJ Jessa ine county wh6 have travel rflifei uneven toad hand in hand for the past fifty years are preparing to celebrate the occasion on Sept 27 by givinga reception to about three hundred of their friends They ate very popular old peo pIe and it Is said the celebration will surpass any like entertainment in the history of the county Blg Ion For Mr Toy The honor of leading the State of Kentucky iu amount of industrial in rease for the fljst vhalf year falls tb Assistant John H101of the Rich nond Detached the Win hester Detached Secion ofthe yin heger jistri t YlrJToy is doing good work particolarly in the Industrial DepartmentNew Optimist organ of the Metropolitall tire Insurance Co Farm For Sale I offer forsale privately my rfarmcf 250 acres rapre or lass located Ij mile north ot UnionfCity Apouttiir 15 ores in cultivation the balance in grass Tjhe farm is well watered hav nga creek and gcivpral never faijini prings Fencing and farm generally In excellent condition For further particulars call on or address TMne Azbill 1 ug2Stf Union City Ky lol George Washington Dead Col Georihqn tlieip tm aislied lawyer of Newport died af the home oi relatives in Owenton Ky laSt yednestlay CoU Vaehinetoi erved with distinction in the C nfed rate army during tIn Civil war At the dose pfj tbit terrible cpnfjic he took up the practice of law and was a erysuccessfulpractionen He was a lineal descendant of General George Washington the Father of Our I1Diry- and first Fresidentof the United States Direct RooteTc The Faiiilc COt The Chicago u ionPacific iNorth Western Line with two fast thr ugb trains per day is the direct route ctotie PacH Coast Over the oialy Ioub track railway between Chicago and the lixsouri River The oyerlandLimited lectric liglited daily train less than liree daja ejirqute IllbesjjJLe3Cfiry thing Low rates choice of rcutee tooklete thaps ana full rjnformati6n sent onrecefpt of 3cents in stamps W B Kniskern P T M ti N W Ry Cblcad Read This Hopkins villeKy June 7 1901 Dr E W Hall St LouisMo Dear Ir 1 liisbld your Texas Wonder Ialls Great Discovery for the past iiree years and from experience I can iy1neversoldany kidney andblad Icr remedy of etiperi r merits Most respectfully Thomas D Armibtead ATex Wonder One small bottle of he Texas Woh let Halls Great Discovery cures all kidudy and bladder troubles removes rayel cures tllslees1seminal emi ions weak ism and all irregularities of thp kid nays and bladder in men and romoij regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of f One small bottle is two months treat l lent hud seldOm falls to perfect H cure Dr Ernest W Halls sole manu lotareivT Obox 629 St Louis Mo end for testjmbnialB Sold by all druggistsimaytf 11At X4 i BlefCJO a1 GLEAN DRY AND CHEAP i We are offering Red AshCoal at prices that are attractive and quaUtjunsurpassed All kinds of Building Sdpp6s Wall Plaster I Feed etc t 1 ueA etCier lJVitt j PADua 112 1 1r f1 1 r J i Ii I t ISftt Y II 3S1t i J of I otfl ALR 3 t i 1 y t l2 tii tir Is 1 3f IH RRood jeA6i t ip HullUII r HeeyouIflCe for a Sjraw Hat Every straw in the hpus V i k except the cheats Buckeyes and Mexicans has- 1jeencut to Jhalf prce Big loss to uiiggih tojou We can t afford to carly thenv over you cant afFord to do witHout orie wiffi thi r j months fjnot o I J j II n I i i i w atherbefore you Throw away the oldfadediilidiaId gettthder I a bright clean One Be first for best choice i l t I H t fII s t I I t 3 50 f 0 It4o ItEttIII i P4I I I A1 JQOIIufl J50 is rtrI 1t f t pit 111J IU U II J tt d 50 4 1250 L Ji 200 4 4 f1tlf0 tJ I t Ac j II V tI J l 150 4 75 Ito 4 t tt jon j ii f AI 1 00 ILI 50 so nih 1 n 4 riiiStM25J i r Lr bt JII cOVINGTON JJJJ J J The Next Session oftThe Walters SchoolI will begin Wednesday Sept 61 at 9a mILlrely In lnchCJterI According to reports politics will be Mdhpt in Winchester this fall The Oeraocratic primarY for city offices leld last spring has caused much dlto satisfaction and unrest in the ranks of he partYand an independent Demo cratic ticket bAil been announced The ndeptindenta seam very determined in heir tight and propose to Issue a peweI paper in advocacy of their candidates The campaign promises to be a lively one CoL Will ICTbBqfs Imbibe the Westera Spirit of Progress In a letter to a friend here Co Will Tevis ot Muskogee Indian Territory There BO many Madison county people have lately settled writes as follows 0Mylittle one are all well The little boys have iinbibed the commercial spirit of this wideawake country aDI1I ire now selling ice cold soda pop and Umonade from a little shack they have erected in the corner of my fr ntyrdI aqd ypu would be surprised at their re ceipts There Is nothing stronger sold here Twelve Blonlhj j Last SSaturday morning at Lexington Frank Cheuault colored a Madison qounty produ t with a bad criminal U cords was glyen 4a jail sentence of twelve rnonts tor snatching a womans pocketbook Chenault is a desperate Character and apExouvlct While cotnGned Jn the county jail at Franiciort lie assau1 ted tie jailer with a beer bottle lmost kiHing him and liberating sev eral desperate prisoners For thjs as jault he has never been tried Aqpoon 8 Lexington gets through with hinj he ivilibe turned over to the Franklin county authorities Remember the Infirmary dinner oIxt court Madison County Well Represented Madison conqty is well represented In Indian Territory and especially in the prpek Nation At Holdenvillo ml Muskogee there are settlements of iladitfoiiiana and people from Garrard Tessamine anti Fayette They speak Its the highest praise of this great country Many of these people live near the new town of Paden If you want to make a good Investment in real es tate yon can do no better than to invest Lots in this new in a few town lots town are being sold for40 each After the formal opening you will be fortunate ir you get one at five times that once Buy a few lots and start with the town and country Best of refer erence For lots or land see Frank Leslie Russell General Agent Richmond RusselL He is the man who is selling town iits in the new town of Paden Indian Territory He will sell you lots inthi1 thriving town for 40 each for oitJya few days longer Lots have heretofore sold at 50 to 250 each The 2000 lota put on the market by the Paden Tpwjj site Co for which Mr Russell thorizedwApent will all soon be gofie and theoyou anuQt buy any more day Itls claimed bv the reilroadsYherewill be 30000 people at I the formal opening of this town and many lots that are now selling at fiO each will bring high up la the bun dreds If you want any of theee lots von must act at oace Call on er ad lire Freak Leslie Russell Geaers ad C oisgAgeBikffi- Ky 2 0 a Of Interest to RIChmond People It has been finally determined that headquarters of the new Catholic Mission will be at this place Three to will be assigned to this work Iwliirh Rev W B Ryan will be the of superior and Rev Win Punch now of Neatly ville and Her Cooney of Covlh toll will be the lhertwo Two of the o priesjf will atalj times he held In readiness to deliver missions at any in the United States where missionary efforts ate considered desira and expedient while the o her will remain in charge of St Josephs church Winchester Democrat Not tacitfinders Ordinarily we are not faultfinders but will say there lIjaU elbment that loafs around ip front of the saloons and on the streets on Sunday that the ofncnrcToi thw should take in cbarge We bavrt heard numerous complaints from ladles passing along the streets regarding this coterie who have seemingly lost all selfrespect and of course have no respect for the lawjj of God or man It is a common occurrence to see these men reeling and staggering and cursing so loud that yon can liear them a block distant There IB a law against this ribaldry and it should be enforced If those who are far from sentlveness to that which makes them an abomination to all fair minded people persist in their glory of shane then lawabiding citizens should take strenuous measUtea and blot out the cri- menowistheI L time to go l Estill i Springs l i W R Thomas Mgr Irvine Kentucky I A Beantlfnl Tribute Rdv W 5 Rvan who has been pastor of St Marks Catholic church in this city for the past ten years preached hjs farewell sermon to the congrega tion iBBfSuuday week In the course of his remarks he paid a most beautiful tribute io his followers Duriag his pastorate pf the chmch here and at Winchester he has made many warm friends not alone among the people of his own religions belief but of others religious tenets and nonmembers Whunlt became known he was to sever his connections with the church here ft ItB pastor the congregation was moved to tears Father Ryan was 1s- oniuchieve4tandsaid During my stay here often years I never expe- riencecL a more pleasant tIme in my life Jcannot express In words imy feeling Itof deep trrow inpartlr fiwllh you Rot 1 levejpou feeling that I have no eaeijai 8 along you ThaLwas a beaatifiil trifiate auda worthx compji dieiif tojhe peoplerof Ida coiiarpgation KRd citizens of Richmond Not only did the people of his congregation idolise him for his goodneseand manly tfaitsof ehar etetbllt alt ethers who X ew bin asa ehrteUaa awl a getjieaas a aU wilt ba g eMJy aiiwM 1f IJ II Pretty Cottage Sold Last Saturday MrCarl Todd sold his pretty cottage on Glyndon avenue Miss Lucy Brandenburg The price paid was 2000 Tins is a nice piece property and will make an idea home Baptist Association The Tales Creek Baptist Association convened at Scaffold Cane in Rock castle county yesterday Rev G W Jhepherd pastpr of the First Baptist ihnrch this city preacled the opening eel ou- k Conspicuous and Welcome Figure DurIng The Recent Knights Templar Conclave InRichmond SQUlttfi D P AMttSH MILLIONAIRE or RICHMOND InblAiiA IItlusMr W D Oidtiam of the Busy Bee Cash Store IB always a busy O1anlI busy as can be He never does things by halves but is always hustling There is no dull season with him He is both an aggressive and progressive business mutt and citizen lIe is greatly interested In the welfare of his town as his work will testify He owns onfIof the bestmost uptodate and com nodious business houses in Richmond Tills building was completed two years ago arid the main part of the building is occupied by Mr Oldham as a general store lie carries one of the largest lines of dry goods clothing boots shoes carpets etc to be found in Cen tral Kentucky According to the be lief of most people this building wa in excellent condition But Mr Old ham did not thlnkso When bushiest got a little slack instead of sitting dawnI and pining over the dullness of trade as many merchants are wontto do he hired several mechanics laud began to make extensive improvements A new concrete pavement was put down in tront of the building on Maui streetI The payement he had tqrn upwas much better than a large per cent of the pavements about town The stairway wLich leads from Main street to the third story of the building was greatly improved by beautiful waiuescoatinp being put in papered and painted ThEI third floor which is rented and occupied by a millinery store dressmaking establishment insurance doctors andI lawyers offices was newly papered and beautified otherwise- If other merchants around town would follow Mr Old hams example and make needed improvements dur ing the dull season it would be a wise step and a step In the right direction- It shows a marked degree of pride in itt your town besides It will pay a large dividend on the investment Property owner especiallo should make necessary improvements In their property not only from the viewpoint of finance but Irom the standpoint of duty If there is anything that will give town a black eyeltls for strangers to come in noel find m nlnmtlf loafing walk on dilapidated sidewalks Be business houtes and borneo going ack for want of repairs while moneybase sit around and Let Ui improve btir property and beau thy oar town It is the best ikytt KtMtthftt wbor4 c y WiifctMBUiK J r i DE3P oIL gjjrsL r ON 4 I I- q f 7I r S 0 S I It s against our policy to canyLow Shoes from one season to another So here goes rushout prices on4k every pair in stock The famous teV vVlI 1 I flanan Walk=Over Bostonian IIn i st II i- ttIIYtI oo and Beacpn Brands 111111 the finest patent kit patent c IfL1IdaiidCu5 4 hill Russia tans 61 H VI V MV itb5 00 for it7tbctk fa 81 iIIIf MU fIdtl iri TT UUMV 2 IiSs7 aC 2- Ii 350It 265 i flV AiJ 01 OUU ZODH 2 50 I 185 kI I 1I rfA 1 o 41 120 h fi j ii i 5 f you ve never worn low cuts try a pair and see how cool and tomrortable h t A Fine Cartoon The Beattyville News of date Aug 23 contained a cartoon that would do justice to the metropolitan dallies It represented the fight for local option in that city a lew days previous The lo cal option element was reprented by a petition signed by 88 citizens and 174 Pleatfortheir thirst at the saloon The whiskey element was represented by four men and the devil in the rear Each man carried a bag of blood money marked S5CO and shows Chairman Beatty standing in the pulpit of justice reaching out with one hand to take the bribe and delivering his opinion to theit petitioners indorsing intemperance In the middle is grooped the other officials of the city It ahowd their vote to be a tie This shows great enterprise on the part of the editor as no pen picture of these proceedings could have so vividly portrayed them and Mr Barnes is to be congratulated It was a fine car toon cd4enW shooting Last Sunday morning there was an accidental shooting at the home ol Mr David Cheimnlt who resides on the Ir vine pike about one mile from this city which resulted fatally Mrs Mary Chenault or Aunt Mollle as she is familiarly known and wife of Mr David Chenault was sitting at the table eat ing her breakfast when Will Hume a colored boy entered the dining room x He carried in his hand a pistol which desired very tUuch to show Mrs She made him take all the loads out before she would handle it He obeyed orders and then she took the pistol in her hands made a few comments and handed it back to him He of took the pistol turned around and started out at the sarne time replacing the cartridges In the chambers He again turned around and handed the to Mrs Chenault calling her at tention to the carving etc on the han tile She took the pistol and looked It a second time When she went to return it in Some manner it was discharged and the bullet struck Hume in the forehead killing him almost instantly Mrs Chenault screamed and became frai tic with grief when the shot rang out and Hume fell dead Hume had made his home with the family of Mr David Chenatlt for the past five years He was an exception illy bright and goodnatured colored boy and was Idolized by the family tlie grIef of Airs Chenault who is get ing quite aged is intense and she has the sympathy of the entire community VI the Coroners inquest the jury ren tiered a verdict of accidental shooting DEATHS Mrs Amelia Hoyt nee White died recently at her home in Jestos Okla homa after an illness of only three days Deceased was a highly esteemed lady and has many relatives andj Iriends jn this county who will learn with eorrow her demise She was a daughter of the late J H White aI prominent Madisonian Friends and relatives were greatly shocked at the untimely death of Mica Georgia Wilson which occurred last Thursday at her home near Mobeily Station Although having suffered for three weeks with typhoid fever her illness was not considered serious and her death was unexpected Deceased who was about fifteen years of age was the youngest child of Theodore and Sophia Wilson She was just enter tig Intothe full beauty of young wo nanhood when death claimed her Ot bright winsome disposition she was i forite with all She had many rel dives ia this and Estlll county Mr R K Gentry of this city being an un cle Hoe remains were taktti to StaI- d lion Camp for interment Jaiide8ber- e parents she 18sufiera1brotheN anU ssteMtithe deeet SJpaUio1 hit BUMK Ii1 k rvmIjh k Purchased Half Interest Mr T S Hagan has purchased a half interest in the drug store of Mr R C Stockton this city Mr Hagan was formerly engaged in the business with Mr Stockton but sold out and has been living on a farm in Grrard county for the past three years having returned to Richmond the past spring tRice fieee of Work Last week the old reliable George ent town Times got out an industrial and historical edition which for neatness big surpasses anything We have seen The edition shows Georgetown to be an up todato and hustling city The engrav were of a high order the typogra phy the best and the press work excellent DrEditor Bell of The Times is to- be heartily congratulated on his enterprise fUtleth Anniversary in Yesterday marked great epoch in the history of the lives of Mr and Mrs of V C Fish who live at Paint Lick on ho borderline of Madison and Garrard counties 1 he event was the celebration of the golden wedding of this iged and highly respected couple who climbed the rugged mountain ot life cer together each in the ascent lending assistance to the other and viewing at the apex with adoration the sublime in nature and forgetting for the time the trials and tribulations endured and then clBjped hands and with hone anti nfidence descended and journeyed on through the valley toward the golden ininset Surrounded as they were by their Feven children and numerous other relatives and a host of friends they were made to feel that life is not a mere dream but a reality forever blest God They were the recipients of many useful and beautiful presents from relatives and friends who like ue wish them many more years ot happy married life biicceslal Aerial Trip Inventive genius is now great and is traveling at accelerated speed For soy eral decades inventors have been try lug to solve the problem of aerial nav Kation Toe people have doubted the pOssibility of sin air ship and a man sailing through the air like a bird When some inventor had spent a fortune and years ot constant and untie inc study and couldnt make his ma chine fly then the people would ex claim itold you But undaunted iy the failures of many men and the jrefli of the public the inventor con tinued to study the theories of aerial navigation a d according to reports fent out from New York City on Aug 23 there is no doubt but that the im possible has been proven possible and man may a few years hence be seen making bisflight through the air like a giant bird on fleeting pinions or with as much ease as a chauffeur steers in automobile along a country load According to telegraphic reports A Roy Knabensheu of Toledo 0 gave a most successful demonstration of his skill as a captain of an airship on Aug 22 Ho is quite a young man but has attracted worldwide fame During his maneuvers in New York City he demonstrated his genius as an inventor He reached with his machine an alti tude of 5000 feet and for nearly an hour he sailed through the air over the city kteping all the while his machine I under perfect control going lit any di rection he chose east west north or south and steered his machine back to earth with as much ease as a pilot steers a small craft into port Business in the streets of the metropolis was sue pended while Krabensheu played iu the air and people gazed in wonder the marvelous feat K is said that OCO people witnessed the successful voyage eTelephoBe B II Iuxoa and Bro for e2H eay ad srsoketees eoal for raa aIr hthe i4W i d II t Sf BANKSt Preparations For Bie Reriylal at Presbyterian Church Rev DrJ Addison Smith fortwolve years a leading pastor at Baltimore and now located at St Louis has been en gaged to conduct a threeweeks revival at the First Presbyterian church this city beginning Wednesday even Ingofnext week Sept 6 A trained choir leader will be on hand to con duct the music which the best local tal will supply in a large choir Ad ditional lights will be installed and the pipe organ put in perfect order On Sunday morning next Rev Wil Crowe of Frankfurt will begin the preparatory services leading up to the revival to commence Wednesday following Speaking of Dr Smith Rev J G Hunter of Harrodsburg writes Dr Smith is so easy to work with responsive aud never exacting sound the faith preaching with peculiar attractiveness the Gospel happy in presenting the truth to the consciences Christians and to those who are un connected Our whole community en joyed the services he conducted for us which some claims was one of the greatest revivals ever held In old Men county Work Completed Todd at Sons the wellknown con tractors of this city who had the con tract to enlarge the court room in the Federal Building have their tooJsmall I For iale I desire to sell my stock of general nerchandis The goods are in first lass condition new and FRiable and H one of the best country stands In the county For further injormation call on or address R R Harris a23 3m Peytontown Ky dr Little Meets The fresWeat of the Oreim state Expwitten CwntBissien Mr C E Woods of this city is in receipt of this letter from the Prol dent of the Lewis and Clark CenteH hal Exposition Commission for the State of Oregon PonrtAxii Aug 10 1005 Dear Mr Woods Your kind Itttlr- ot 29 ult introducing Mr Robert K Little of Richmond was received I found him to be a very fine intelligent entl man and hope that we may havu the pleasure of receiving letters of fti roduction from front you for liiaur more of Kentuckys best young men T desire to congratulate you upon tile flight position which you have obtained in your city and regret that I cannot be present at the inauguration of that Important event Mrs Myers joins me in congratulations upon your succews and we hope we shall have the pleasure of renewing our acquaintance so pleas intly had during our stay with you in tVashington City With my personal regards I desire to remain Yours very truly JEFFKHSON MVEBS President Seell Wheat Fultz and Harvest ling for sale by Letcher Witt novl GROWS HAIR CURES DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR CRAJMI TONIC- A Delightful Daily Dressing- If You Have Hair Troubles Write Today For Free Bottle and Advice Cranitonic Hair Food Co 640 Bway New York For Sale at all Druggists Special Sale at PERRY THOMAS rt We Outfit the WellDressed Woman L j ttt lt Coats J Skitjs S v Waists Fall Models Now Being Showng t atJ 0 Embry lX COYT A 141 East Main Street i Lexington a r Kentucky xI o J jF j 5 r F= TTTwrA I jj j1iit f i lr e t I ee j I T I LACKEY ANDHAMILTONWi- ll I Continue To t4ive i iSPECIAlPRIGE8 ON GOODS IAlways The Best For The Least Price 11 XI IeT reTe XeII IeIl I X IctrI eI jl I el There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows Good Gakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flour aF Our mill turns out the very best that can be had- OaOur process for making Flour and Meal is the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Pro di Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY DENTAL SUHOZET DT aCTvUu6 tt ufosoxv DBJlTIST or Laoisvitin Er OmeenextdoortoGoverunrentBuildinglchmSnd DOTlTljr v M Blanton z DENTIST jOffice In Bennett Building Ijaaly TELEPHONE 196 For Rent Nice store room on Second street suitable for grocery or other line of CChennult Special Rites Via L N Special rates in effect via L N railway on each Wednesday and urday during the months of A and September tickets will be sold to Hot Springs Eureka Springs Ark Eldorado Springs Mo at one fare S2 except that in no case will the limit be later than Oct 31 Limit 60 from date of sale EncampmentGra1d will be sold to Denver Col Springs or Pueblo Col Aup Sept 12 52035 for the round trip DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Sept 13 1905 JI CSr rr t t Lr E e1 Furniture Carpets Stoves tJ It will prove to pour advantage to see our before buy Jing Bed Room Suits Folding Beds Wood Beds Iron Beds Bed Side Boards Hall Racks Chairs Sofas JjfExtension Tables Center Tables Stoves CarpetsJ tJjfterms to suit tho purse 1 t Cashor Easy TermsDeaIr Liman Jliggins JMainstreet opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky r C L1 Wilk Baxter 4j for liniPaintsI have secured the agency for the Fr Beck Co of New York and Chicago the largest manufacturers of tho best WAL PAPERS in the world If yon are going to paper it will to inspect this line as it is a truly decorative line mdBnot in the hands of every paste boy in the country of Buy your paper from me and get the best thats made W P Baxter tureEastRemember Paper and Borders Cost Same Price r 4 ii Messrs Suit Bratton irfk the polite and energetic proprietors of thes li Racket Store fcf are now showing someofof theA handsomest China ever brought to L this city They are also exhibiting A itsome very exquisite pattern in dr Genuine Cut Glass 3 1 Their general stockcomprises ev thousekeeperRememember in needof beautif Queensware and c 1tCut Glass Jt L i 0 1 f1 0 Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Hoar to a m 2 to 4 p m Office with Dr Bales over Rice Arne IsRes Tele 625 RICHMOND KY hatERATTORIfBTAXIiAW RICHMOND EBKTUOET Office n the BarnmBalldlng next door to armeri Bank eb3ly 14A S1TLLrvJo aATlUaNSYdT LAW KENTUCKYo opposite Court House on Main Street UHENAIILTc RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery JACKSON ROBERTS r ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY overPerry WATCHFULugnatSave Many andRichmond Readers Future plusTroubleWatch the kidney secretions laysSee that they have the amber hue of health The discharges not excessive or in requenti sediIIDoans Kidney Pills will do this for youThey watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick Mrs James Bliss of 231 Race St Lexington Ky says I had been troubled with my back and kidneys for three or four years and have doctored and tried medicines without number but never found anything to give such 1eHective relief as Deans Kidney Pills much difficulty from kidney secretions particularly noticeable at night Deans Kidney Pills not only otJremedyItime Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L eusJPrice 50 cents FosterMilburn- Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the States Remember the name ns and take no other Absolutely Prevents BLOOD POISONING There is a new product manufactured ParacamphPirst bloodironing Pamlrelievingandthe medical profession hospitals and by manypeoplecoca norinewhich should be kept in household to be used in case oftmergen towitchgoesstraightand pains nourshing the nerves oiling the muscles out the fever perspiration theuulated for bestowing upon the American people such a useful and meritorious product We learn from sources Paracamph is unequaled for the cure Rheumatic and Inflammations Tliemanufacturersguar- antes every to give satisfactionso- no chances are taken by trying Para andE100direct upon receipt of price Manufac CompanyofFOR SALE BY Perry and Thomas STQC ICINCINrlATI Rubbery BtaM r rDiamonds t Watches Clocks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry- andPrecfousStones jfof every description J These are some of the I things be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If watch or clock refuse to o take them jfneedsLanes jfcanJewelry establishment fixedinL R Lane Jeweler and Optician f B H Lnxon Bro have the nicest inMadl8JnconntyOa1 iitt Iii TT r Today 1 Its up to you rThis store has been the shopping center of Richmond for years and will continue so We are prepared to meet all you wants in our line for the warm weather Let us suggest a few things to you in regard to our line lOur prices are right f 4 Our merchandise is reliable j 3 That it is our aim to please the rifest fastidious taste What more oan we say t WhitesYE OLDE RELIABLE SHOPI Special Summer Excursions- via Illinois Central Railroad To California and Colorado and to the Lewis and Clark Ex ty positionyoPortland Oregon at special reducedrates Low one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi an i ArkansasIndianstiTuesdaysThrough Pullman Louisville Oil BatoOnly line running through personally conducted excursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands r Sncli Investments are not speculative The South Is not a new country Marketand able shipping facilities are adequate and lIt class The climate Is mild and favorNotwithstanding and other advantages southern lands are selling for mvestmentbilities of lands in possiKentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiananear the Illinois on orUallrocd fordersigned and investors address the unFurther particulars of Homo Agents or address i F W HARLOW D P A- LouisvilleK3 Beware of Summer Germs t Will Cause Sickness Unless Stomach is Strengthened Wit Miona gOne tablet of Miona taken before each meal during the summer months whenever the stomach is out of order or the digestion wean will do more than any other treatment to prevent the diseases caused by Rerun at this seasonIf stomach is weak so that food does not readily digest in it the loud will become a sour slimy fermenting mass in the digestive organs the ideal conditions for germs to cause bowel trouble diarrhoea or other summer illness Miona will soothe and heal the irri tat edmembrane of the stomach and digestive tract stimulate the solar plexus and strengtnen the whole ner vans system This remarkable remedy o will make the whole digestive syste Jooqcannotwhich may enter the stomach will be destoyed n50centboxwill have no headaches backache eatIltheartburn s or general debility It will tone u Iethe digestive system and give perfect fTakeIe eyf leggetts Champion DRY POWDER GUNS tfILLSTobacco Worms EHeclively Economically and Quickly dlstribaterpowders on crops In tho garden field orchard rvineyanl by thousands of tobacco and offeredCoverswalks appucationOne good pgent wanted for each County SeedsIneecticideai oISEEDS MEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY s New Coal Him I have opened up a coal business again at the same place opposite Ice Plant where I have been located for six years the past year with the Big Hill Coal Co I will handle some of the best grades of Jellico coal also Brush Creek coal and I respecttu solicit a share of the patronage of the people of Richmond and Madison conn and shall endeavor to make my very attractive and will pie u in the quality of coal Get m prices before buyiu your winter supply- Telephone 93 BAUKeda Accidents come with destresslng fre hruiseslStll1gsrelieves the pain instantly Never without it In London out of every 100 widowers who marry again 12 marry their housekeepers THE- Walters School FOR BOYSs Select a school for your son where satisfiedhhe will receive personalmattention andmake thoroughadvance Imenti Consult the patrons of this school and have a talk with the Prin cipal Jas T Barrett Richmond Ky CALIFORNIA roundwherewhereanimalDo want to live morevarieddivisionofa farm that competenceDo with a minimum of labor you can lemonsolivesbusiness is good and capital easily finds profitable investment crops are sure Then to California awaityourThe andNorthis the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and therefast trains are twovia this line over the famous doubletrackrailway between Chicago and the isnoilri Riverlow throughout the roundtrip rateS are ineff ct via this line andttember and October on Sep which to give an unusual cHance f6r settlers expenseDailyLos ppfrated tr doubleberthqoo via the andfB KNZSKESNp fallFILLAND MAIL IT TODAYt Jt l J Nw4j- I n4Y7f rc 4L FELL DEAD Z man fell dead Chicago the other day from heart trouble and thousands die every day in the samo way But the came of nine out of ten ol such cases of heart trouble is indigestion The cure is Dr CaldweUelazntive Syrup Pep awollYpresses right up against the heart sun prevents it from working your heart flutters palpitates pains and you are short of breath some lose forever Jnst try for these symtoms a few dores of Dr Ualdwells Syrup Pepsin and see how quickly it will cure you Sold by PerryThoms at 50c and 8100 Money bask if it tails Paris has the biggest debt of any city in the world It amounts to X80000000 STOP BABIES TEARS Ninety per cent of babies troubles are caused by disordered stomach or bow els They can all be quickly cured by few doses of that great digestive medi cine Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pflpain It digests curded milk sweetens the breath reduces fever and relieve pain Absolutely harm less to mother or child Sure relief i teething Sold by Perry d Thomas a COc and 100 Money back if it fail The postofilce is the largest employ er of labor in Great Britain WAS WASTING AWAY diellqRoberR Watt of Salem Mu I lost Mesh and never felt well and doctored with leading physicians tried all rem FinalYthan two bottles completly cured and e I am now sound and well During the summer kidney irregularities aae often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foleys Kid ney Cure Sold by R C Stockton The first tbing we know crime and all other mean things in this world will be laid to the poor mosquito WAR AGAINST CONSUMPTION All nations are endeavoring to chec the ravages of consumption the whit plague that claims so many victim- ach e e year Foleys Honey and cures coughs and colds perfectly au yon are in no danger of consumption not risk your health by taking ome unknwn preperation when Fol leys Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist upon having it Sold by R C Stockton A mans laziness hascertaily reache- the limit when he feels that it is much trouble to try to avoid trouble WAS IN POOR HEALTH FOR years Ira W Kelly of MansfieldPa writes I was in poor health for two years suffering from kicney and bladder trouble and spent cousidirable money con suiting physicians without obtainin any marked benefit but was cured by Foleys Kidney Cure and I desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause of restoring the health of others Refuse substitutes Sold by RC Stockton Within the past four years Franc- has recorded 20000 suicides while i Italy the number has only been 8000 FIENDISH SUFFERING soften caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Win Bedell oi Flat Rock Mich says I have used Kucklens Arnica Salve for Ulcers fores Cancers It is the best healing dress I ever found II Soothes and heals vats burns and scalds 25o at R O Stocktous drug store guar anteed PUBLIC Is AROUSED The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for MaryHbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nervps were wrecked Icould not sleep and my stomach was lso weak from useless doctors drgs that I could not eat fieja agter be Inning to take Elctrlc Bitter I obtain ed relief and iri short time I was en Q9tocktons D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER ANDn REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY ChattanoogaHancockDisc i PrincipIe Right Construction Right Results Right Theyarepractical workings and value as Crop Makers They can be usedat any season of the year when any plow can be used surf nlo when the ground is so dry and hard that no other plow can be used hardteither clean or trashy in short to be good anywhere at any time ahlstbreakagemanship Ce Ee Douglas CoI Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Agents for Studebaker Farm Wagons and Hoosier Wheat Drills KENTUCKYS lAWeLEXINGTONd 6September 1823 6 PREMIUMSdTHE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK EVERATTEMPTED StgThe Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky lnfanfumnDiarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of t ET Ray Jtge Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength MAKESTEETHING MooMothspowdersTEETXINAcomes the effects of the summers heat upon teething children OLD JOEWHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pnr poser You want the toFamily10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10rn bottles 5r5II II jugs 2GO u 5I II bottles 3 gallonOrders WILEY SEAR Y Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er Anderson county Ky M F BYEnright First Street less this iliIothrs and fathers we you Boys Suits short pants from to and at SOcts Our 3and5 Boys Suits short pants at Out Boys Pants Suits f5and a- tSri sshn ++CALL AT ++ + JONES HERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedby Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St Why dont you fence your farm and keep your old cow at home Some will say what fence to buy Undo Sam uses the Page Fence it ought to do yours Sold byJFCov 7I 7Im 7I7Iffi F j GREAT SACRIFICE 2O Oworth of Boys and Childrens Clothing at than manufactur if We are badly overstocked in department We Have Cut the Prices to the Core can interest costing 1 2 3 2 Long 4 7 dation t must Come quick and secure bargains COur 9 10 and 12 Boys Long Pant Suits at 5 atL12iOur i This is a great Sacrifice Sale Come quickand secure bargains LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KY Sole agents for Alfred Benjxmfa Cos Correct Clethingfor Men We are Bowdisplayigm spring StYles Rickard Shryoek the Bluegrass Cutter ks eltarge of our M J Or lagDepartment GIVE HIM A CALL rm I c Q