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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, September 6, 1905. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1905 ric1905090601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, September 6, 1905. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J s Right j rhey heir datard ndirne irstork CoWheat l R I jMS ns es Ly I- turn1 the n of- lion Igt KESYt Moot Is eren fS ngnd ied 10 rap 3t m toa c c F c l i I WL 1 j = F F 1IIc a t tLLJt k r JJ14 t IT i THE r IiCHMOND CLIMAX iIILUME 32 t RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1905 NUMBER 16 I c L i I L 17I ffi7I m7I TIlE ltlmStoreill IN rOWN + BUY FOR CASH7i SELL FO- RCASHlli 7 We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware FWoodenware Porcelain and Granitcware Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies Road Carts etct In fact most every article usedon fdrni or in kitdien 7W ourCASHPRIclmakes IememDer our goods very low when compared with the credit system 7 WE SELL THE Lyntlirg Cli Plow the most substantial and easiest running plow in the world Examine and give us your order Fencing Wire Roofing etffiR l Try our Old Fashioned nc t Country Meal Cheap Poultry Eggs liMes and Furs Iq N I Colyer Bros f 0 Phone 237 Main Street 1 RICHMOND KY 7if ft c JI lli t 7171 1 ffi YLV NAME IS TliLRMAN On Sausage Row DR MOFFETTLi TEETHING POWDERS Cures Cholera Infanfun Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children ot Any Jtge Aids Digestiorij Regulates the Bowels Strength Iens the Child and MAKES TEETHING EASY nrr u rol u Costs 25c at Druggists or mail zc toiJmUtttll1I111 I1ODISmU Mothcr Hesitate no longer but save tho health and life ot our child as thousands havc done giving thoso powdel TEETHINA Is caslly given and quickly counteracts and ovcr comes tho effects of the summcrs heatupon teething children To= day Its up to you This store has been the shopping center of Richmond for years and will continues 1rare prepared to meet all you wants in OUt line for the warm weather Let us suggest a few things to you in regard to out line v lOur prices are right 2 Our merchandise is reliable 3 That it is our aim to please the most fastidious taste What more oan we say White Gibson YE OLDE RELIAFLE SHOP EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY t1eoBPoLTD Long distance lines and telephones ot this Company enable you to talk almost in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois KentuckyrTennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facitttie uoeur passed x wMSECAPWELL4kW IL1ylil triids dJQealJr aaef 4 wi Ii KILLTHECOUCH am CURE THE LUNCS WITH DrI Kings FOR DiscoveryCONSUMPTION Sureat and Quickest Cure tot all THROAT and LUNG TBOttB LES or MONEY BACK Ji lie hv R O Stwktnn I 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 11 Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPolnt8e11 paceqnewExcnirsonHome Seekers and Colonists Tickets on Sale from time to 1imn Thron rh Sleepers lree Rtclinil1g Chairs Elect trio Lighted Cars t WHEN GOING TO TAIl A TRIP Consult your Local Ag nt who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent KyW INfeRVlGQR RESTORATIVECURES NERVOUS DEBILITY u8o ru w1IIeII men wno are mong ndper3oDalTo attain bealthr nddeveIopmeatandniake1jewort Ian NCuretroublesdultoIiJ1Ch healthy rfpain waited nerves for nan Booklet tree guaratiteePLrfClt MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO 5 A For sale by E C Wines Loans and Dis Iliuntw 346000 00- 8tnckholders K Lialiilitv i- II 150 UankBUlg I S2O0UOOC- auali and Kxc 65COO 00 Total Rssniirces 580000 00 Your business is desired and we llspseil to grant you every consist cat favor Ift State Bank Trust Cop Kiclnnond Ky STORK TIME to most women is a term of anxiety serious thought and tweet anticipation With the cessation tn necessary to childbi4h- there comes calm nerves sleep and recuperation MOTHERS FRIEND =does diminish the aompaayin maternity With its aid moth rs cnn an- do bring healthysweet dispositioned and J i Morning sickness sore brhsls iulia crnciating pains caused by thaCTaduaUj expanding s are relieve by Immieat Among the manifold aids to Mothers Friend has grown in tJpu 1 i and gained a prestige among rich worten as well as poor t 15 and wdcomert In the mansion as well as in cabin Bylesscniiigthemothers afjonyofmind and a mflueace hi wrought upon the child and instead of d and forms oc- haveheallhylaughinghwnai1tYremain Ing a blessing ever to you COtl All fltnggi3ts XotberZ FrIeuJ let SfM Write for our tru Beck He1hS5he KAWIIU HUT 1 II ANMI4I H 11l NdtUN Great Invention qw wr- On de banaa ob de Amazon rW yIHWhar Dr Crttt1 cl August Flowers to ds day BradlAIliIJdoCJAngnst Flower is the only medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a normal condition and natures processes of digestion separation and ab rebuildingby pertectmat catarrhnl affectiotie- ustng tiSsto page of theI g auct1fermiit4t1il1 bf It1i foods nervous dyspepsia headache cotk stipation and complaints such as colic jauhdice etc qAugust Flower IS natures intended reg nlator Two sizes 250 750 All druggists i For vale at K C Stocktons drill stnrt 1AticntJOD farmers I have received Iwo carloads of the celeliratnl Page fanning the best tliatV malt Before contracting for fondue ot stay li Borlfoti6n it will move to your advantage to gnt mv prices tf J T COY Kirksville Ky Hard To Find It would be hard to finda more perfect curative medicine for dis ordered digestive orgons than thai torpidliverwells laxathe Syrup Pt pin No other miidlHne has has its specific importautyou havo to depend for energy to arrv on yriir lsllywork It clplIlel digest and cures Sold bvI ciooMoney Dissolution Notice The firm of Allmaii t Stone brick coiitrantnrs Irns by nntnal consent dill solved partnership Mr Allman retlr lug from the bneinees JOHN ALIJIAN aup9 4t K K STONE How To Live happyifto Iie largely a vnestion of how iskeeptions st raach liver and bowels in good orer with Dr Cadwells flaxa live Sprup Pepsin It is a reliable safe a d pleasant cure for headache cnnsljmtion colic and all symptoms of ih digestive trouble Sold by Per MoneJiIn order to make mv settlement with dtate and County by January 1906 as required by law I am compelled to advertse and sell for the taxes due State and County beginning first of September 1005 instead of waiting until next Spring so dont permit yourself to bo caught for this extra cost Respectfully autfMt JOHN F WAGERS Sheriff Critically III Many people are critically ill as a digestiveyou arc suffering from dizzinesc heartburn wind loss of appetite irrttaMlity headache nausea colic constipation waste no time but take Pepsinftdangerous sickness At any rate it will surely make your distressing dyspeptic symptons disappear It is safe certain and pleasant Try it Sold by Perry Tnomas Poor food makes poor blrod Do Not be Imposed Upon origlnlltedIIlIuoyremedy and on account of the greut merit and popularity of Hotio and Tar many imitations are offered FoeysHoneyLUte offered as no other prep ratio will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative U contains no opi ates and is safest for children and del icate persons Sold by IL C btock ton A good cook wastes nothing Given Up To Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over live years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entire ly I had three of tbe bst physicians who did mo no good aid I was FoleysKidneythe first bottle gave me great relief andaftEr taking the second bottle WIS entirely cured Sold by R C Stockton Six Million Acres The Slate of Texas will place on sale Sept lat 1905 six million acres of state lands scattered throughout the state at from 100 to 300 per aire onefortietlicash down lorty years time OIi balance 3 per cent interest Wcite for particulars also about cheap rules to the Southwest Aug 15 Septo and IP Oct 3 and 17 AiLike Finding Money Finding health is like finding money bo think thisu who are sick When you baVu a cough c cIsorQ throat prompt1yVro He says J bad a terrible chest troubloj caused by smoko and coal findingeno was carid hy Dr Kings New Uiscovery tor Cousu tupiiou Coughs and Colds Grestejt sale of any cough and luBfr r in the world At R C tKocktiins drug ore eis4 100 gtarsl Led Trial bottle frs a OUR TRADE GROWS SEASdN PoE NATIONS DEVEL OPMENT SEEN IK naTTOES Since 1880 Commerce of tie Hailld States Has Almost Doabled In Volume Minerals a Big Factor Washington The underlying causes of the wonderful development of tho yearnthroughplace in manufacturing In the family of nations are suggested by a com pilation recently prepared by the de laborWtougltlag the production of Ute ptiaclpfH minerals at intervals from 18SO ttatift to date in the United States and in tfiii world as a whole The commerce of the United States has increased from 1500000000 in 18SO to 2500000OuO in 1904 while the commerce of the world meantime has Increased from 15000000000 to 22 000000000 the relative Increase made by tha United States being thus great or than that of the other parts of the world The principal mineral products en ofinthftyIron copper lead zinc petroleum and the precious metals and in the pro duction of each or these the United States has shown a wonderful development during the 25 years under review The worlds produ Uon of coal has grown from utons In growthbeingpig Iron the growth has been from 18000000 tons in 1880 to 46000000 la 1903 an Increase of 28000000 or 155 per centof copper from 154000 toilS to 613000 an Increase of 459000 of 20 J per cerit of lead from 233000 toni td 887000 In 1900 the latest fit f6f which figures are stated the increase being C54000 or 280 per cent and Itd production of zinc has Increased from 233000 tons to 565000 an increase of 332000 or 142 per cent Statistics showing Che worlds production of petroleum are available only for the years 1890 to 1903 In the first year named the worlds production of petroleum aggregated 148000000 barrels of 42 gallons each while In 1903 its production was 19000000 barrels In each of these materials it will be obssrvcd that there has been a con siderable growth When however an Examination of the production of these minerals in each country is made Jt Is Observed that the United States has contributed more than any Other single Country and shows the most rapid growth Tha United States produces 37 per enl of the worlds coal 3D per cent fif itsjIg Irori til per cent ot Its top perterittion of coal pig iron copper and pe troleum the United States leads the world GIRLS RESCUE AN ESCORT Trio Upset in Canoe Sisters Swim ming Supporting Man Land Him Safe Ashore Stamford ConnIt was fortunate that Miss Clara Woltke and her sister Freda learned how to swim when they lived in New York Their expertness as swimmers enabled them to save them selves and Howard Holly from drown lug in the Rlppowam river there The Misses Woltke are pretty and venturesome They boarded a little canoe with Holly and went for a sail on the river The three were singing the chorus of Edna Mays canoe song when they were hailed by Hollyo brother The latter tried to jibe the canoe Already overweighted with little free board showing the little craft careened as the sail swung over filled and Bank rapidly The river is deep at thiS point and a strong current sweeps toward the sound The girls were retarded by heavy winter coats and stout walking shoes Holly could not swim and the girls had no notion of deserting him Each took a position on either side of him and supporting him between them swam to tho river bank So exhausted were they that they could not drag themselves out of the water for several minutes They made little of their plucky action The Water wasnt a bit cold said Miss Clara Woltke We are fond of swimming and did not mind this early bathat all Mr Holly helped us all he could lie thought more of the danger We were in than he did of himself Cats Made Beneflclkriefi Mr G H Haigh a gentleman resid ing at Bath England by his will left Martha Brown a legacy of 1l50 per an turn to look after all his cats as long as they should live In the chancery di vision Mr Justice Joyce was asked to determine whether this was a trust dur- Ing tho lives of the cats who were six in number and whose ages were said to range from four years upward or whether it was an absolute trust to the legatee with a condition thatshe should look after them Ills lordship held that the annuity would cease with the death Of the last cat Roomer Snores Too Loudly Squire I have a roomer who snores too loud Can I legally eject him from the premises on those grounds in Quired Mrs M G Gibson of Cincin nati 0 of Squire Dumont She said that H Martin who rooms at her house possesses a snore of such pene trating power that she and her neigh hors have lost much sleep Squire Dumont issued a writ of forcible entry and detainer against Martin Cured of Brights Disease Goo A Sherman Lisbon lIed Mills Lawrence Co N Y writes I had kidney diseao f r many years and hail been treated by physicians for twelve years had taken awell known kidneymedicine and other remedies that were ircommendid1 but got nor lief until I began Using Foleys Kidney Cure The first half bottle relieved me sad four bottles have cured me of this terrible disease Before I began taking Voleys Kidney Cure I aad to make water abont every fifteen minutes Hay and night anti passed a brickdust substance and sometimes a sliruo substance I bf lieve I would hxvo died if I bad not taken Folev Kidney Cure Sold by R C Stockton MOUKIE SciiAxrFFER a New York hoy liften years old has won such distinction as tin inventor that he was recently offeml 18000 a year by the Iiineral Eleitric Co He however refused the offer preferring to COB tlnue klscdnctk Train a well tniKcsehjala fti greater tkaa gmt 11Ii I IDrr The Better Way areinflamedcough Snd there is more irrita tion more tdilghing You take a cough mixture and if cases the irritationfor a while You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary It soothes the theirritationt drives out the inflammation juilds up the weakened tissues Because it nourishes them back 0 their natural strength Thats now Scotts Emulsion deals with n rore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL SEND A SAMPLE FREk SdOTTSBOWNE0 lenrl Ntrcct Mow 1ork NEWEST FAD IN COLLECTING London Small Boys Bob Shop Win dows of Lettering in Keeping in the Swim LondonThe craze for collecting the bands placed around cigars was im ported from San Francisco where the fad reigned for years before it was brought east It is to be hoped that the small boy does not turn to Englarid WF lite now est fad which is the coiledtifl oi enamel letters used 6rf ihop windows and bits of mosaic front hoard vestf bules So widespread has become the craze that the London police have been given strict orders to be particularly alert in the detection of these acts of pil- ferIng and the small boy not to be outdone has formed his companions into robber gangs with scouts posted on the corners to warn the active marauders of the approach of tho bobblesIn instances shop windows have been cleaned of lettering in a single night not always by a single gang antI now that boy who has succeeded In removing the totters from a sign fastened inside ot the window Is regarded doubly a hero by his follows Damage to signs to tho extent of several hundred dollars a week has been recorded and unless the craze abates Jt wilt Seriously injure those wfJose business stM manufacture i lgilLiii havd climbed to secondstory windows to f mov the lettering that ordinarily might be Supposed td be safely out off ill 6ANADA MECCA FOR MANY Influx Of Population roiii ilniied States Noticed t in tile Dominion caUlle Explained Winnipeg Can Hitherto the treat bulk of the influx from the United State has been from along the international boundary and the great central statea but now settlers are preparing to flock into our west from all parts of the republic to the south The bulk of the newcomers this year will probably continue to be from the great wheat and corn states but the east south and west will contribute a greater share than hitherto and the proportion bids fair to Increase In the future New settlers will be arriving this sea son from faroff states such as the Caro hans and Texas but the most prominent new district from which people are be ginning to move west is the New Eng land states which fact has recently moved the government at Ottawa to ap point special agents at Boston nndI PIt burg The immigration from the United States has increased from 18 000 In 19001 to 45000 in 19034 and theI Indications are that the figures for the present year will far exceed past rec ords The reports that these people send home to their relatives and friends are the best inducements to bring along more and more newcomers and this Is what is dally occurring until it has become difficult to estimate the propor tions of this mighty army of our American cousins which In the next few yearn will move across the border to this great er America of ours STEER IN DRYCOODS STORE Makes Sad Onslaught on LeftOver Easter DonnetsStockings Rang to Horns Camden N Jlt wasnt exactly a bull in a china shop but It was a steer in a dry goods store which created a lot of excitement in South Camden A big berd of steers from Philadelphia left a Kalghns Point ferry boat and was being driven out Kalghn avenue when a Third street trolley car sudden ly flashed on the bunch which immediately stampeded in all directions There were many pedestrians on the avenue at the time and they vied with the steers in the general stampede The biggest steer of the lot took to the sidewalk and saw himself reflected in the heavy plate glass window Of Philip Overbachs dry goods store ftt No 30a Kalghn avenue He barked to the curb then made a dash for the window which was broken into a thousand pieces The steer landed In tho store and mixed ufi with millinery goods leftover Easter hats ribbons lingerie etc The animal backed ont of the store with a pair of openwork stockings on one horn a polo hat on the other and bedecked with enough ribbons to make him look like a prize ox The bijf Tel low had no sooner reached the sidewalk than he butted his head into an adjoining window and that too was shattered Elephant Fights with Ears A new form of Injury was treated In New York the other night A youth had attempted to ride the bucking ele phant at the new hippodrome and the beast enraged because he could not shake him off Sapped at and struck him with lei ears An elephants car Is said to be80mekard At all events the bey bad a cut head and ore of his tars was all but oft as proof of what the elephant could accomplish with her orq- Neverieave soap lying lathe water le net makfc KMMMMty vetfc M u Itri tt soft We are beautiful for Shirt Waists injall now colorings at 29c per yardworth The Our beautiful Ribbons pretty Neckwear and Collars wo are naming on then For Sale I to sell privately my lary oinfit Bony L FCE uglC 4t A suit ot furniture heap Phone SOS Address JOHN SEBASTIAN TIM T CHICAGOi 4 o =Uo some one thing better ban any one eIcan thedepth4ottheforetyour door Bmtraon =The First Touch of J AWAKEah NATURE is awak eningPut on the New GarbClothes make the man Youll feel as royal as a Kings with tIe exhiliration of the new the 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 their guarantee their label is in every garment none genuine with out ml They have have no equal there is a snap grace style in every line of them Colorings are Glorious of tones We have all grades from 10 to 40 showing silks the communityDont cleifre entire SPRING justin carries rightbecominglyit nokburnsWe are offering in our basement a lot of short 1Ii lengths In all Wool Ingrains axial Brussels Carpes jv lengths running from 3 to 20 yards at rldietiloiiflt low prices to close them out These strips makV t elegant rugs and some of them are large enough to small rooms and halls itcover W D Oldham eoOUTFITTERS TO PARTICULAR PEOPLE p cherry 1cut fMerXkWaatl51 p AyersPills Want your moustache or beard a Deautlful brown or rich black Use n The dose is one just one pilij at bedtime Sugarcoated JCAverCoICOflStlPllfOlLLowiiMm BUCKINGHAMS DYE riFt ire or citoutn s L r t co lf U n To the Pacific Coastto California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privilegesThe is practically on the basis of one fare for the round trip Ofceurse if you wish to visit both California and Oregon or Washington the cost is slightly more These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months of May to Octoberinclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will take you up ineitherChicago orStLouis orat hundreds other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic route you can stop off in Coloradosee Salt Lake Cityvisit Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisco and on to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden- or or Salt Lake and return at low cost also 1kFront September IS to October 31 1905 oneway lltourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and I the Pacific Northwestabout half regular fare If interested send name and address on this coupon designating which booklet wanted aad to what point you plan teSt Name probable fck date of start also io we can advise defiaitely wUk respect to rates etc RS = S dbooetasaraIuA- dker a N Lrvabo + e li = cY III id here lore jsion ilthat can ions sure wait two ble I line and epIcrs San lublet d I 7Ih Ur 4 filtJ 6I reirz iIt SiLfJif I i1 7i riand land nsas third sion Market favor Ins fT the in possi on or he an K- yts t Cs ieset 1 1 e S ss eSsS SSSeseS sSeS SssssS e eQS S S S SS SS 0 n 0 S 8 UpS e s s SHOESS I1 S GOS ct S Wo never carry over Tan Shoes Theres plenty of time to wear them but not so much time to oell them so we have putSS SA Farewell Price Se =S S S on every pair of Tan Shoes we own and now they must ofS15 S every style at prices so low that youll not bo able to resist- S S the temptation of buying a few pairs See here S S 5 00 Tan Shoes for 3 75 4 00 2 75 S 3 50 41 2 25 SS S 3 00 41 2 50 S 2 50 2 15 S 2 00 J 65 S S S J 50 1 20 S S SeS i James P Tribble I S S The Shoeman 1 vaS S S S S e S The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNBSDAT BY ThQ Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press AssocIatIon and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 6 190 Ax exchange is correct in saying A Now York Magistrate did right in justifying before the law Jennie Katz who rather violently defended herself against the man who attempt ed familiarities with her as she worked at her bench in a tailor shop But the Magistrate was in error when he said that the principle under which the girl acted was unwritten law It has been written in a thousand English and American decisions- It is a serious thing to stab a man with scissors but it is a Tomans right in the defense of her honor and her henor includes the dispensingof her kissos as she sees lit A girls honor is just as facred a thing in the meanest workshop as it is in the most elegant drawing room of a different werld The environment differs but womanhood is the same The finest lady in the land has no better right to cherish her fair name than has the humblest working girl whoGod help herhas so little else to cherish The poor girl at the tailors bench is hedged round by no strict conven tions she status upon no social pedestal above the level of vulgar insult she may have no honest father or brothers to protect her she has only her scissors and glory to her that she uted them well in the sacredest cause a woman ever knows It is be coming far too common a thing for men to forget their chivalry toward women who work for their living among them It is good law that the girl whose honor is attacked shall defend it the best she can It is law that is not unwritten It is recorded in a thousand decisions of the cturts It palses in the heart beats of all hu nihn history Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after quarrels can be avoided byLeeping their dl gostions in good condition with Electric Hitters S A Brown of Ben nettsville S C says For years my wife suffered intensely from dys vepsia complicated with a torpid liver until she lost her strength and vigor and became and mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and finally made her enthely heaithyItguarantees them at 60c a bottle Do not use newspapers to wrap about anything eatable Attacked By a Mob and beaten In a labor riot until covered with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in my family writes G J Welch of Tekonsha Mlchand find it perfect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25p at It C Stocktons drug store Ayers You knaw the medicine that makes pure rich blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Your yourfolks Sarsaparillait Your doctor trusts it Then trust it yourself There is health and strength in it I suffered trrrlhlj from Indigestion and tookAyerncDUj Curt nip MRS F II IUKT Mt Klsco N T coAlldmrzior Rich Blood laxativeThey MINUTE Of MADISON COUNH TEACHERRS INSTITUTE MONDAY AUO 21 The Institute was called to order by the County Superintendent Mr J Wm Wagers Devotional services wore led by Mr W L Greene Song sei vices were conducted throughout the Institute by Prof R C Adams of Panola The teachers were then addressed by Mr C F Woods who stated his lifelong interest in educa pointedthe common school teachers and the possibilities of even greater service to the world Election of officers fol lowed Prof Eubanks was made chairman of the Institute Miss Mabel Mason secretary and Mr C F Brock assistant secretary Upon the enrollment of teachers it was found seventyfourteachers wire in attendance Prof Eubanks spoke to the teachers of the plan of the Institute of the honorable profession of teaching and the means ot selfimprovement by the teachers The Institute was then adjourned for noonThe assembly was again called to order at 130 and the usual roll call music and announcement followed Prof Eubanks talked of the senses showing that there are six all closely equaldevelopment the subject of primary reading was taken up Prof J B Harris explain ed his method of teaching reading by combining the alphabet word sen tence and phonic methods Mr C F Brock discussed the chart black board objocts and pictures and illus trated by a class recitation Pitch of voice low and indistinct utterances hesitation and drawling were the sub StephensProfsignment of the reading lesson was more important thin the recitation and the spirit of the selection the se oret of good reading rather than careful preparation The time of adjourn HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured ny Halls Catarrh Cure FT CbeneyCo Toledo We the undersigned have known y J Cheney for the last 15 years anti beleive him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out obligations made by liifcflrmWalding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists ToledoO Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally acting directly ubon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonals sent free Price 75 cents bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipa tion Quality is remembered long after price is forgotten We know from long experience that this statement is true Our constant policy since entering into business here araost twenty years ago has been to give to the people of Central Kentuckythe highest quality of House Furnishing Goods to be found any where and at a price as low as is consistent Tviththis quality No wonder that Brower Quality and Brower treatment are household goods denoting perfect satisfaction b ak ment having comej the assembly was dismissed for the dayT- DESDA1T Scripture lesson and prayer were conducted by Mr J AY Rollcall followed The subject of reading was resumed with discussion Miss Ellen Hays assignment and length of lesson and Mrs Powell on criticism and reading to class Mr Tuppor of Berea here spoke urging the teachers to criticise favorably whenever possible and to rid the chi dren of provincialisms Valuable sug gestions were made by the instructor and other teachers In the general dis usslon The subject of arithmetic was in troduced Mrs Whyland pointed out the value of arithme tic as utilitarian disciplinary and cul tural study and the superiorityof principles over definitions hud ratIos etbod of teaching Roman and Arabic notation was fully explained by Mr J B Million Numeration was in troduced by Miss Jennie Evans fol lowed by general discussion The Fundamental operations of subtraction by Mr W A Cope of multiplication by Prof Harris of Eubanks and of the law of signs brought forth an interesting discus the Institute at large MID- SGeorgIa Powell on mensuration Mrs Berry on fractions and Mr Van Win kle on percentage continued the subject of arithmetic Prof Eubanks by means of blocks proved that opera tions of square root are not merely mechanical but reasonable This ended the work for the day WEDNESDAY Scripture lesson and prayer by Rev Crates opened the work for the day After the usual roll call and announcements the subject of language was opened for discussion by the Institute As several to whom the subject was assigned were absent Miss Fox spoke of the teachers language the necessity of simple words short sen tenccs and correct use This called forth an animated debate as to the use of slang Story telling was agreed by the Institute to be of value in language work After the noon intermission grammar formed the topic of discussion The subject was introduced by Mrs Whyland on its educational value followed bya paper Miss Mabel Mason on the methodof teaching parts of speech Here arose an argument as to whether language should obey the rules of grammar or gram matical principles conform to the growth of language An excellent paper was read by Mrs Helton on the value of analysis diagramming and false syntax ThURSDAY Rev G W Shepherd led the devo tional services After roll call and spellIng8 pointedout the advantages of written over oral spelling Then followed general discussion on the use of textbooks spelling matches and spelling as a test of scholarship Miss Mar topicIThe next topic on the program was visiting It was introduced by Mrs teachingfollowed introduction of pen and ink and posi tion of body writing and Miss Alice Edwards on the advantages of verti cal writing Miss Etta Gay spoke of the best time for the writing period and its length Afternoon recess as physiology was the topic on hand Dr Sandlin gave the teachers an in structive talk on the ends to be hygenIcbenefitscontinued the discussion on the benefits from the habit of applying hy genic laws and was followed by Mr U B Chandler who presented statis manyIasylums to be due to the use of al hygienicJawswards Mrs J W Stephens made a promotionsubjectsThe history was intro duced by Mrs Carson and continued by Mr J B Million assisted by the instructor and members of the insti tute The institute was then ad journcd 1ltIDAY Bible services and prayer were led by Mr J W VanWinkle Miss Crooke introduced the subject practicaltalkship in Kentucky The relation of bchool to state of Ignorance to crime was discussed by Mr W L Greene The regular work of the Institute having been completed reports of conmittee were received miscel laneous business attended to shoit talks given by Superintendent and Instructor and the final adjournment madeThe whole of the Institute was characterized by interest and enthus iasm many of the talks deserving special comment and the discussion bringing out points valuable to teachers MABEL MASON Secy RESOLUTIONS RICHMOND KY Ang 25 1905 Countyinlowing resolutions Resolved FIKST That we are grateful to the hospitalityin our work SECOND That we tender our thanks to the City School Board for the use of the excellent building in which to hold our Institute THIRD That wo appreciate the in terest shown us by so manyvisitors tnd ask their further cooperation in advancing the interests of the common chools FOUUTH That our thanks be ten dered our Secretary and Assistant Secretary for the faithful and efficient dischargedheirorganist Mrs Whyland and the sing- Ing master Mr R C Adams for the excellent music furnished during the wetk FIFTH That we recognize and most highlyappreciate the valuable sec vices rendered by Mr D M Law renco alias Texas and invite hint to againSIXTH recognize the wis dom of our County Superintendent in Ccuring the excellent services of Prof W B Eubanks as instructor of this Institute and we hereby tender him Prof Eubanks our thanks for the deep interest which he has shown in our behalf and his comman sense methods of instruction We further againSEVENTH whereas this is the last Institute which will be held SuperintendentMr abidingInterest yearsThatmanagement have been made better EIGHTH That our thanks are due Mr Jones the janitor for his gentlemanly manners in waiting upon us NINTH That a copy of these reso lutions be handed each of our countv papers for publication RESOLUTIONS ON LEGISLATION FIRST That we recommend that the legislature establish three Normal Schools for the training of teachers within the State and that one bc r located here at Richmond in the handsome buildings of old G U SECOND That we are opposed to the present lav which repnlresjthe teachers to lose the which our Institute is held r Thrum That wo arc in favor ot more rigid compulsory educational law one which imposes a heavy line upon a School wna fail to en force the same FOUIETH That Section 60 Common School Law which provides that no person shall be eligible as examiner on County Board who la at tho time or for six months previous thereto has been conducting or teaching in anyschool college or university where teachers or those preparing to teach are making preparation to be examined fur certificate to teach in the Common Schools of tho Stutt now we the teachers of Madison county recommend that this section be so amended as to make ineligible any person as member of the State Board of Examiners who at the time or for six months previous thereto has been conducting or in any way interested or connected with any School of Correspondence College University or School ol any kind where teachers or those preparing to teach are making preparation to be examined for certificate to in Common Schools either under Coun ty or State certificate CommitteeMRS L M POWELL Mm ORA HELTON Mia NANNIE STEPHENS J B MILLION J B HARMS Chmn A Cold Settled in his Kidneys A J Jennesse 9201 Butler St Chicago writes I am a switchman aid am out il all kinds of weather I Look a cold which settled in my kidneys and I was in bad shape I tried several advertised remedies with no benefit until I was recommended to- try Foleys Kidney Cure Twothirds of a bottle cured me Sold by R C Stockton THE grafter is the ultimate outcome of our reckless forethought and insatiate greed He is simply the production of an advanced stage of the craze for unearned money The grafter is a man who not only desires to get something for nothing but attempts to get something every time for the grafter in parting with some thing that iocs not belong to him In other words the grafter is a man far worse than the counterfeiter The grafter robs the man who made the spurious coin and then passes it to the public as genuine Ihe grafter is a man who lives by bleeding the un wary He is conscienceless cruel and ruthless He often poses as a Peach yet he is a human leech He is a twofaced creature that should not find lodgment in our domain upholding Hm we sanction the polluted form of political industrial and moral degeneracy integrity of methods and honesty of purpose hold out small rewards for the person so incline PERSONAL Hon R W Miller was in Lebanon last week Mr M C Kellogg left Friday for a trip to Ntw York Mr J W Masters and children are visiting in Indianapolis Mr and Mrs Joe A Myers visited in Mt Sterling last week Mrs Ella Farley is in Louisville purchasingmillinery goods Mr W L Leeds is enjoying much needed rest at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Joe Nelson of Louisville visit cd friends here Saturday and Sunday Miss Hallie Hamilton spent San daywith her parents at Wiseman town Miss Edna Schlcgel visited in Nich olasville last week and enjoyed the fair Misses Fannie Culton and Mary Bush visited at Valley View last weekMiss Mayme Miller Woeds came last week from Lebanon to visit relativesMiss Mitchell is visiting her sister Mrs Nannie Martin in LouisvilleMiss Hooker of Dana Ind is visiting her uncle Dr C C Hooker Misa K V Schmidt left Sunday for Cincinnati to buy the latest creations in ladies hats Dr Landman the Oculist will be at the Hotel Glyndon Wednesday September 13th Miss Curralcen Smith was in Winchester last week to see her sister Mrs J W Benton Mrs Harry M Blanton and little son are at home from a visit to her parents at Lexington Mr John Traynor of Nicholasvllle spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in this city Miss Curraleen Smith entertained last week in honor of Miss Sarah Benton of Winchester Miss Nannie Hunt Powell will leave next wetk for Shelbyvillo to resume her studies at Science Hill Mr Newton Combs and family of Lexington are visiting Mrs J W Smith on the Campus Mr and Mrs D R Tevis are at home from a visit to Mr and Mrs Tevis Wilkerson at Lexington Mcsdamcs Powers and rlora are in Louisville this week purchasing millinery for their establishment Mr and Mrs Everitt Parks left Sunday for Colorado where Mr Parks goes in search of health Mr Louis Sandlin of Dreyfus visited his son Dr H G Sandlin this city several days last week Mrs Cynthia Karr has accepted the position of Matron in the Campbell Hagcrman College at Lexington Mrs Jennie Grider has returned to her home at Speedwell after a visit to Mr and Mrs T L Todd in Win chesterMr W B Combs of Memphis Tenn returned home last Thursday after a visit to relatives near Speed ville this county Miss Minnie Dykes left yesterday for Lexington to begin her duties as vocal Instructor in the Lexington Conservatory Music Misses Lucy and Fannie Moore have returned home after a very pleasant visit to relatives and friends in Citric and Montgomery counties MissPattio Owens of Mountgo- mcryoatyc front Eatill Springs Jk vr I lst week and has since 1eon with her aunt Mrs J M P jntzat the Gly don t 1 Mr Brawner Hicks who hasfa fine position with a large nonumcntal establishment at Dayton Ohtwas the guest of relatives andfriends here last week Mrs Nealo Bennett gave an elegant reception last Wednesdagafternoon ioraplimentary to Mrs JT McClin tock of New York and MYs Rodman of Mt Sterling J v Miss Josephine W gors who has been ill with typhoid fever at the P A C Infirmary was removed to her home Monday mucji to tho delight other family and jricnds Mr W P JollYof texington who has had charge of the express here for the past two rekL bUSlnCSl to his home Sunday White Jolly made many warm were sorry to see him leave Mrs George W Phelps entertajtned a jolly houseparty froi Saturday to Tuesday complimentary to her sister Miss Mary Barrett Smith Those who enjoyed Mrs Phelps hospitality were Misses Lucile and Mary Anne Collins Evelyn Smith Dabney Feland Mary Bates r Shackelfoftfj Madge Burnam and Sarah Benton of Winchester Miss Selina Hagan of Richmond Ky is the guest of Miss Dazey Moore Porter at her home in Woodland Mr and Mrs Irvine Prather of East Thirdstreet and Miss Patsey Lee Prather of Richmond Ky left this morning for Denver Colorado and lather points in the West Mr Keats Speed of New York jitters few daos stay In the cityeltFriday for a visit in Richmond Lexington Leader STATEMENT orrita State Bank Trust Co CF RICHMOND KY at the close of business August SOtb 1905 RESOURCES 73UenlCurrent Expenses and Taxes Paid 1574 Itl Furniture and Fixtures 4000 Cash In Vault 21695 43 Checks and Cash Items A M Overdrafts 839140 Due from Banks 48758 5J All other Assets 3401 TotaL 150075 SJ LIABILITIES Capital tock 150000 00 Surplus Fund 11510 00 Undivided Profits 2333 8S Deposits Subject to Check 2S4tr 3 31 Uninvested Trust Funds 752S ZJ WtBills rediscountedt 523000 Total 075ikJ I U K TOBISY CashIer ot the State hank A Trust Co ot Richmond stufp under oath that the above statement Is true to the best of lilY knowledge Information and belief It E TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by K E Turley this Aueust 31st 1905 L P EVANS Notary Public COUUECT Attest J A SULLIVAN i K W WALKKIt DIRECTORS U U hANGER BANK REPORTS REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Tt1E Madison National Bank AT RICHMOND IN TIlE STATE OF KENTUCKy AT TUE CLOSE OP JIOMINfiSS- AUQDHT 25th 190- 5JIESOUIICES Loans and discounts iJ5S 58 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1225000 U S Bonds to secure circulation 100000 Duo from National Banks not lie servo Ajrwits 7068 02 Due front State Jtntiksiind Bunkers 1V17 Due from reserve alteutp C7593 54 Checks and other cash 4964 05Fractional 55Lawrulviz dpuclo f 15094 0- 0Ijecitltender notes 1509 00 Redemption rune with U 8 Tress urer 5 per cent of circulation 6000 00 Total nnimt 3178409 49 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in m THHIH 100000 00 Surplus funL 3Uth 00 expcDsCBandluxes 14305 83 90600 outstandingDue 841O 23 Due to State flanks and Bankers 911 41 Individual deposits subject to check ausn 47 Fund to pay tax i294 ro Total 4S490 49 58CoUNTY1 HuiiT It BUKNAM Cashier of tho above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief flour It BURVAM Cashier 31stdnyJ W ROOKK PublicCOSRECTAttestWALIKR BENNETT U B DIILINQHAM Directors K 0 MILLION 5 Farm For Sale My farm of 200 acres inEstall county on the Kentucky River 3J miles northeast of ColleeeHill this county School boo on corner of same Gdod neigh borhood Rood blue grass clover and corn farm Firstclass orchard Four never falling springs and a No 1 well in the yard Apply for terms to ti j RGEnRle Richmond Ky omminion ra hie Cutis Parka c PitT iajrainst Rufirf Parke c Dft t Notice of Sale in Equity By irue of Ii Judgment and Order ot Sale 9f the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1905 ID the abovo style cause the undersigned will on Thursday Sept 21t 05 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 11 oclock a m ou the premises in Madison county Ky proceed to ex pQse to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Parcelof Land eon ini1g 31 J ac es on the waters ot Otter Creek in Madison county Ky and being tho home place of Samira Parkes land adjoining the lands of Elizabeth Davis Ross Dozier and I N Scudder with good dwelling and all qecessary outbuildings thereon and 4 miles of the city ol Richmond Kv with outlet on Rich atonal and Otter Creek pike Said land is sold for payment of debts of said Ssmlra Parkes and for distribution 3010115 her heirs TERMSSale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for thA payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a linn reserved upon said property until all the purchase money money is paid- S H THORPE M C M C C Goal Up while coal is If you want to save a substantial sum on vour next winters fuel bill you can Do It Now while coal prices are at their lowest This is the time of the year when coal prices are at ROCK BOTTOM and theres a DECIDED difference between the prioe now and what it will be in a few short months Ring us up or call and talk it over with us Beatt vile Goal Go- D R Freeman Mgr Phone 184 Yard Aspen av Sacrifice Sale quitbusinessYork Hence I offer at a sac rifice beginning June 1st my entire stock of goods 01all kinds and there is none super ior in this section Also the following personal property My 2story brickresidence on Main street My 2story brick residence on Collins street known as the Barlow place A gentle pony rubber tire cart and harness One 4yearold HaxhallVat fcan mare A firstclass phaeton All parties owing me will please call andsettle B W TURNERRichmond Ky i rWe Outfit the WeilDressed Woman Hats SuUstSkirts i Waists Fall Models Now Being Shown r J ji tw nfryCo-t 14T East Nlain Street Lexington x t Kentucky GROWS HAIR CURES DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR CRANI TONIC A Delightful Daily Dressing- If You Have Hair Troubles WritgTod For Free Bottle and Advice Cranitonic Hair Food Co 640 B way New York For Sale at all DfgktB Special Sale at PERRY THOMAS Z 2 Ii 11 cW w 4 i tF + Ii r AINEE ALEj of RESIDENCE As Assignee of Mrs E Hume the undersigned will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder on Saturday Sept 16 05 it230 oclock in the afternoon the following property upon tile hollowing lermo Ouethlrd 4of the purchase money will be due payable on the 31st day of December 1905 and thOre mainder in two l installments in 6 and 12 months thereafter bearing legal interest from January 1 1900 Purchaser will be required to execute notes with good security for purchase money as soon as sale is completed payable to assignee Lot of Land with all Improve ments Thereon in the city of Richmond Madison county Ky situated at the corner of Lancaster and Breck Avenues fronting 214 feet morn or less on Lancaster avenue and running back even width along Breck avenue 365 feet more or less The improvements on said tract consists of the following 3AV U3JSVDNV1 214 feet 33u5p115aIIS c 0 U 50U in 2 0M cW 0= = v a = c s ta II j g 214 ftet g 214 feet g 214 feet One of the best apportioned and most commodious brick residences in the citycontaining four larg rooms down- staIrs pantries kitchens porches etc and five latge comforta ble bedrooms up stairs besides an ex cellent bath room laige halls and other conveniences The mantles and stair way are of the most expensive hard woods and the house throughout is heated by furnace Excellent servants quarters a large and well built barn and stable large cow lot and sheds splendid chicken houses and wire fenced grounds one of the best gardens in the city including fine grape arbor flower pit and flower gardenAlso at the same time and in the same manner Three Vacant Lots front ins on Brecfe avenue immediately in rear of property just described These lots lay well each Go feet wide and run back even width at right angles with Breck avenue 214 feet more or less This is some of the most desirable and conveniently located vacant property in the city Reference is made ty tht plat here shown All of this property is on tract and Is at present wccupied by E B Hump It will first be oftered for sale in parcels and then as a whole and if the aggre of the highest bids on the separate par eels does not exceed the highest bid on property as a whole the property will be sold as a whole Possession will be given January 1 1906 Sale will be conducted on the premises Harvey Chenault Assignee of Mrs Eugenia Hume Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer Public Sale I will sell at public sale to the highest and best bidder my stock crops farm inginiplementshouseholdand kitchen furniture on- THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1995 at 10 am ou the farm known as the Till Chenault place on the Boonesboro and Red Hoes turnpike two miles from Red Hrms which consists of the following property towit I Mule five years old 2 Mules three years old 4 Mules two years old 3 Mules yparllngs 1 Mule Colt 2 Brood Mares 2 Family Buggy Horses 21 Twoyearold Steels 4 Yearling Steers 4 Yearling Heifers 6 Cows and Calves 1 Shorthorn Bull 80 Extra Good EWPS 8 Good Brood Sows Lot of 8hoats TAt of Hay in bale 25 Acres of Corn in field 2 Farm Wagons 1 Spring 1 Carriage 1 Deerine Mower 1 Hay Rake 1 Wheat Drill 1 Disc Harrow 02 Blue Grass Seed Strippers 1 Kagan Gasoline Engine latest im proved eighthorse power 1 Power Cutter with blower 1 Corn and Cob Mill 1 Stove Wood Saw 1 Corn Planter Lot of Plows Harness Cultivators and nil kinds of small farming implements Lot of Lumber Several Hoi Houses Household and Kitchen Furniture E B EVANS Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar pricesbeforethis line We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky Notice All persons having legal demands against me are notified to present same to me at once for payment and from this time forward all are warned not to sell to any person upon my credit T D CHENAULT JR August 17 1905 a234t Buy the best Seed Wheat and have the beet crop For sale by Letcher k Witt Dovl An assortment of various brawls rolled eats now offered for Mle by M S4 eVM6n at grtly rwtiwvd ftkee it if BBT tJQlW ftI 1MJ WJ Jbt DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS 6C AlbertThe Florist Agent for Honakers Flowers Telephone J88 The above is a good likeness of the famous Dicks Blizzard Cutter Shredder With Pnumatic Feed Blower It is the most perfect hay oats dry and green corn cutter and shredder made today It is the only machine that will cut and split fodder successfully at the same time and elevate it by air blast into your barn or silo It is the most durable simpliest least complicated convenient fastest and saftest cuttershreduer made and requires less power to operate than any similar machine This machine can be operated with one of our 6 HP Hajran Gasoline Engines When in need of a WHEAT DRILL give us an oppor tunity to show you the Kentucky Disc Grain Drill that will sow all kinds of small grain beans peas hemp etc accurately We defy competition on our line ofFarm Implements such as the Kentucky Disc Grain Drill Tornado and Tiger Disc Harrows Oliver Plows Birdsell Wagons Dicks Hand and Power Cutting Box and Hagan Gasoline Engines We will be pleased to show you our line when in town D1 B1 Shockelf ord Co We have a Special Grain Grower Fertilizer Quality Highest Price Lowest mt r I1 T Y T I Vim makes a porch more and comfortable than attractiveIour regular Porch and Lawn1 Furniture pLi Our Porch Shades are in great demand The hot days makes one want to live out of doors ktBut winter time is coming and you will want JrOdd Pieces up to heavy and handsome suites Our line of isrOur Undertaking Department is up to date in every respect W S OLDHAM SEE P M Pope the Hardware man of Richmond about Dia mond Edge goods Every piece warranted Try a IChopping ofkmayDiamondEdge u r w J 11 v Ltb 3111 l71 r 1J1 l r J J oj Barjain Prices on 0 VEHICLES for August The Vehicle With a Name guarteemeans orhoursand recreation only experienced when you knov that the theconfinesc P Higgins The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEPT 6 1905 Buy you Seed Wheat from Letche Witt nov S500 piano for sale Thursday at E B Evans sal- ePDanvllle has electric lights the first time in her hiRtory Plain and ornamental penmanship complete course at Kirk ville School Seel WheatFultz and Harvest Kine for sale by Letcher Witt novi This week all of our milliners are in the cities purchasing fall goods for their exacting customers A convention for postmasters and others who handle the mails will beheld in Paris September 28 Telephone B H Tuxon and Rro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf I will rent for the year 1906 my farm at Bunion Grove Address me at Waco Mrs Emma J Noble Bep63t A large crowd went to Cincinnati on the excursion Sunday The xcnr sion to Louisville was also largely pa tronized The millinery season will soon open up and the ladies will again have a great problem to solvethe selection of a new lint- David Draper a Johannesburg S nth Africa diamond expert will prospect the hills and valleys of Elliott county for diamonds Mr Draper says that unsuspected wealth ties under the surface of the earth in Kentucky and the two Carolinas At a meeting of thestockholdersof the Richmond Cemetery Co1 the old board of directors was reelected name ly Messrs R R Burnam J W Orooke and Wailer Bennett Mrs Alice Tribble and Mr R C H Coving ton were added to the board No town in tho state can boast of a more beau tiful cemetery than Richmondand Mr Shaw thesexton deserves great praise for his excellent care of the city of tin dead SuOO piano for sale Thursday at E B Evans eale For Sale or Rent An elegant houso of seven room r bath and water closet Hot and colt wattr and jnodorn improvements goo stable and abundance small fruits Aj ply to Dr Go W Evans 2t Resigned Mr A W SehooUield who for threi years hRS been the night clerk at the Glyndon has resigned his position and will go to Cincinnati to reside His de parturo is regretted by many friends He has been succeeded by Mr Johi Hamilton tor Sale I desire to sell my stock of general merchandis The goods are iu first class condition new and salable and it one of the best country stands in thr county Ior further information call on or address R R Harris a23 3m Peytontown Ky Lird of Thanks The P A C Infirmary Association uses this method in extending sincere thanks to all who so cheerfully assisted in their court day dinner The neat sum of about 60 was cleared which will be used in painting the Infirmary building Madison Institute Opened Madison Institute opened its doors yesterday morning for the fall and win ter term with good attendance Prof Simmons has used ever effort to soaks this school equal to the first In the South and he deserves and should have the hearty cooreration of our people Notice Your city tax bills for the year 1905 are now due and in my hands for collection On all those not paid on or be fore Nov 1905 the penalty prescribed by ordinance will be attached T C ONeil City Collector Office at City Hall tG4 County Cocrt Day The largest crowd that has attended cunrt for many months was present M inlay The mule market was better than for four mont IIH paU Mule colt Bold for mi averag of W although out extra good colt brought 95 Aged niult8 wild for from 125 to UOO One pal r brought S285 Numbr of Men Engaged and fatalities in Gui War The following query to the Courier Journal togetler with answer will bt of interest to our readers Please tell how many men were en gaged on each side during the Civil War how muiv were killed and the commanders of each regiment Number of men engaged on the Union side 2778304 on the Confeder ate tide 714 1S Number of men killed on Union side 349911 on the Cooled erate side 133821 It is impossible here to give an accurate answer to the last part of the question Republican Convention jThe district committemen of Ue Madison County Republican Commit tee met at the court house Monday and set Saturday Sept 23 as the date for a convention to select candidates to op pose the Democratic nominees in tie city and county election this fall Mr Smith Oldham Brings Back Blue Ribbons At the Nicholasville fair last weefr Mr Smith ldham of this county was premiumsunder four with five entries Stallion thrpeyearpold and under four two entries He won the certificate in tht ring for stallion mare or gelding one yearold and under two Killed at Red House George Richardson colored aged 4f years was struck bv an L t N train at Red House sometime dnrlng Monday night and instantly killed He WPP seen to pass through Red House about 11 oclock on his way home from this city in an intoxicated condition and i is supposed from all appearances that he went to sleep on the track A Large Purchase of Cattle Mr J W Bales bought of the John D Harris estate 108 export cattle weighing 1525 pounds at 490 From Thomas Black 35 extra cattle weight 1COO pounds lor 5 cents From Walter Park 36 extra good 1500pound cattle for 5 cents From John W Parrish 36 1400pound cattle at 5 cents and from M F Arbnekle 65 cattle weight 1425 pounds at 475- Bookkeeping shorthand and typewriting at Kirksvillo School s64 Farm For Sale I other for sale privately my farm cf 250 acres more or less located 1 j mile north of Union City Apout ten or Ifi acres in cultivation the balance ii jrass The farm is well watered having a creek and several never failinp springs Fencing and farm generally In excellent condition For further particulars call on or Azbill iug23tf Union City Ky For The rail Season Mesdames Flora Powers of the millinery firm of that name left Sunday for Cincinnati to buy their fal stockof hats This firm is one of tin best known and most uptodate in tin ilty The past season attested therr lopnlarity as stylish dealers in womei mil childrens hats and caps Their shop will show some beautiful creations in fall and winter goods and they earnestly invite all to call on them Remember the name Flora Powers ver Rice Arnold shoe store It Captured the Prize Mr W R Thomas managar of Es till Springs has notified us that Thi Climax has captured the prize ol twenty dollars offered for the best ad vertlslng servicerendered during July sod August At the beginning of the leason a number of newspapers in Cen tral Kentucky were selected to com oete for the reward in addition to the isual contracts extended them In view ot the fact that we have been competing with some splendidwritE ups and attractive advertisauients wr annot help but feel a bit proud of oui victory and bow with deepest thanks to Mr Thomas and his judges who de cided in our favor Little Love Stories DUDLEYHILL Mr Herndon Dudley of this city and Miss Annie Hill of Lancaster stole a march on their friends and drove over to Danville last Tuesday where they were quietly married be Rev H C Garrison Mr Dudley is a son of Mrs Sue G Dudley of this city and has acquired some fame in the turf world His ft lends here extend heartycongratu lations His bride is a daughter of Mr J T Hill a prominent merchant jf Lancaster and is a social favorite WELCOME Mr and Mrs Miller Davidson are velcominga handsome son named Miller Davidson Jr- Read This Hopkinsville Ky June 7 1901 Dr E W Hall St LouisMoDear- Ir 1 have sold your Texas Wonder hails Great Discovery for the past three years and from experience I can ay I never sold any kidney and blad der remedy of superior merits Most respectfully Thomas D Aruualead A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won tIer Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes rayel cures diabetes seminal emis Ions weak and lame backs rheumatism and aU irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt ofl One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P 0 box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists 3m aytf NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY Winter C oja I CLEAN DRY AND CHEAP v We are offering it Red Ash Coal at prices that are attractive and quality unsurpassed All kinds of Building Supplies Wall Piaster r Feed etc I Ptef Ltc WiUPADU 142 I J b aI s t iStraI HALF t f I PRICEyour chance for a Straw Hat Every straw in the house iexcept the cheap Buckeyes and Mexicans has been cut to half price ss to us big gain to you We cant afford to earlY them j over you cant afford to do without one with three months of hot weather Ibef ore you Throw away the old faded lidand get under a bright clean one Be first for best choice 5 350 for 175 300H 150i I ft 250 125 j 1 200r 100 150 6 75 i f a 1 t 50100 rffA 50 4 25 ror Rent A cottage on High street recently copied by Mrs Akers Call on rr iddress Mrs Elizabeth rowe Auction Sale Mr B WTurneris advertising his sold nd this sale will be a rare chance to bain costly articles at your owi prices iverylhine from parlor to kitchen fur titure will be sold See ad elsewhere Farm ror Rent- I desire to rent for the year 1006 ibout 275 acres of land with good welling thereon This land is a part If the firm now occupied bythieuiideri ligned and is about five Richmond on the Irvine turnpike 25i r 30 acres of said land is in coro Lures in wheat the remainder in grass Privilege to sow grain this fall posses nion Jan 1 196 For particulars call in or address C H Maupin ep6 4t Richmond Ky Will Go to Ohio The following notice from the Som met Journal will hA interesting news icre where Mr Saufley formerly lived md has many ft lends Many friends of Robert Saufley elm baa been prescription clerk for C Porter for some time will regret to earn he has resigned his position with Ir Porter to accept a similar one in Jleveland Ohio We know of no oung man who has made asmanv friends in as short a time as has Mr Sauflej Ho will leave as soon as a nan can be gotten to fill his place In Memory of Cassias H Uay A movement is on foot to erect a hurch here which will be known tI he Cassius M Clay Memorial Rev 4M Hagood presiding elder of the olored M E Church is the promoter if this scheme which is being heartilv ndorsed by the colored people III flew of the fact that Gen Clay did so nuch towards the liberation of the daves and was a staunch abolitionist ill his death this desire to show tbeli rratituda has sprung up in the heait f this colored people The church If V scheme carries wl1 be erected in thif ity As yet no definite plans have jen made Wants Another Railroad Cyntblana Is snaking strenuous el forts to get another railroad The citizens of that thriving Ilttlo city for yarded petitions and lettersto the ofii ials of the Southern road asking them to extend their road which now ends Georgetown on to that place Th Commercial Club of Louisville is his lack of the movement anti the rail road officials are very much interested n the project The road will in all orobabllity fee built in the near futures Fnis will give the people of Qynthiani sod surrounding country a gqorfoujle for their produce and will bYpf great benefit otherwise Complete course in shorthand 30 Jays at Kirksville School sGlt A New Town 1 A new town in the center AfUie rich tst farming country in they United State besides vast deposits of coal iron oil etc is surely a good tewn to invest in Thats Paden 1111 Tar itory located in the Creek Nalon Rod on the Fort fcmitb Western Rl Jt Lots are tow being ottered at tje fow price of 40 each In a few months these lots will command high prioes The town is one of the nicest platted In the Territory Many streets are 100 feet wide and no street less than 80 feet wide Every lot faces the street land line an alley in the rear Only fK a lot Just think of the low price BeeI Frank Leslie Ruswil General and CoIonfointfAKWt Richisioei3 Ky Call at Climax office I 4 n jj Serious Runawy Yesterday morning Bud Hall and Stone rlutner were driving down Main street in a buggy when the backing strap broke frightening the horses which run away and overturned the buggy In front of Zuintrs 1iIJ break ing Mr laths leg and considerably bruiMne Mr Butner Hall was taken tits Gibson Hospital where he received medical attention Nfow Escape From Serious Injury While romping at the L A depot Satnidny night Frank Smith tbe bright young eon of Mr and Mrs Win Smith fell across the rait and severally bruised his side between the hip and ribs For a short time he was uncon scions and it was feared he was seriously injured but borough examination only bruises and the little wan now able to be at school An Error In the CLIMAX of August 23 in which was published the lengthy contracts made between the City of Richmond and the Richmond Water Light Co and the Electric Co We stated In the analysis of the contracts that the Water Light Co received in the new con tract 10 more per light than hereto ore on account of the moonlight sched ule This was an error This Company received for the present gas light 18 candle power 23 per post for the ill night service 60 candle power kVelchbach burner 28 per post or an increase of 5 per light The Increase in the Electric Com oanys price for all night service should have been 10 per arc light instead of f5 A Winner at Nlcnolasrllle Mr Robert Walker one of our ex pert horsemen informs us that with Rex Arbuckle the great stallion which he entered at the Nicholasville fair In won the premium in the roadster ring for stallions any age the sweepstake tot stallion mare or gelding in whfch there were 14 entries In the sweep stake harness ring for tallion mard 01 gelding he won over 14 entries Mr Walker also exhibited Lula Rex a twoyearold daughter of the above vinner and won in the harness class for stallion mare or gelding twoyears ld and under three over 15 entries Luia Rex carried oil tho blue ribbon in the following rings in all of which there wore 12 or more entries Model ring for stallion mare or gelding any age two year old roadster for stallion mare or gelding and the harness sing tar threeyearolds and under arecoid Mr Walker should feel proud of Auction Sale Tuesday Sept 12 1905 B W Turner will sell at public auction it his residence on Main street commencing at 10 oclock a m his entire household furniture consisting of parlor- brary dining and bed room furniture modern and antique One parlor suite if five pieces upholstered in silk dainty gold furniture tables chairs tied secretary very fine carved Mahog any parlor cabinet and library table pier and mantle mirrors 1 carved teak wood tabouret oynx top carved oak sideboard table and dining chairs in leather leather cot dies walnut hal rack with large mirror costly brica brac China and cutglass and picturef a very fine collection of Cloisonne ware I set of Brittanica Encyclopedia in 2t volumes and other booksstandard works Arabian and silk curtains very fine Royal Wilton anti Axminster car pets a fine collection of Oriental Rugs steel range gas stove and numerous other articles Everybody invit- edBWTURNER For a few ays 1 have decided to greatly reduce prices OH all bottled pickets Goode Which formerly wId- lor25 cents now jI down to liMa at X BttJVtinoB I Town Talk Town Talk hat is the brand of a pretty good soap It is vastly superior to the ordinary town talk you hear about town It will take the dirt oft and clean your body while ordinary town talk will tarnish your soul mind and body There is a certain class of people about every town whoI are continnallyjpryiug into everybodys secrets A largo per cent about one hundredknows everybodys business oetter than they know their own Of course when these people begin to prattle it vibrates on other peoples talk ative nervesand produces town talkI Then take the man who is dishonest and because he is dishonest believes everybody else is creates town talk Take the homely woman and because edie is decidely homely it causes oose tongues to wagand then theres town talk Or take the giddy one who believes with alt her powder paints cosmetics false hair false manners false teeth bows ribbons sashes silks crinolines laces jewels and a thous and other things that she is a queen Jhere will be a ripple in high society rod town talk Then we find men and women who will wear out a pair of shoes walking around trying to get credit and when they find it they willI wear out two pairs of shoes running from their bill Wh n they are over taken by creditors and forced to pay there la a howl antI the result is a bitter feeling and lots of town talk If we would dispense with about one hun dred per cent of this cheap debased mil degraded town talk how much orrow would be manumitted and how much more happy would we all be Morality would take its stand in our midst virtue would thrive and become a perpetual blooming rose and immor rallty would be lost in the gloom ol everlasting night Howcan we do this ome may axk It is easy Here is the remedy When you are on the verge of engaging iu town talk instead just repeat this little verse There Is eo much good in the worst of UI And so mncn bad In the best of ni That I cannot see why any of us Are talking abont the rest of 03 And then keep your mouth shut This is a sure cure for town talk 500 piano for sale Thurs day at E B Evans sale OBirUARY Miss Georgia Wilson thirteen year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Theo Jore Wilson of Moberley Ky passed from earth to her eternal home August 24th 190 after a brief ill ness We can hardly realize that our little darling has gone she was so suddenly taken ill only ten days previous to her death We will remember her sweet smil- Ing face as the picture of perfect health but when the fatal disease came upon her all efforts and faithful ittention to relieve the dear sufferei were in vain God knew best and claimed her for his own Although her life was short her sweet cheerful disposition made her a favorite with all who knew her Her home is sad and lonely the parents are broken hearted We can say nothing to comfort them say look to Him who will soothe all oui sorrows and doeth all things well Prepare to meet jour precious daughter in a better world than this An angel has visited a home antI took the flower away a bud that just blossomed but is now faded way asleep iu Jesus our sorrow Is deep because we must part Gone good forever to her home In theskies Wp think of thee Georgia our lives we would have sacrfficed but to thiBk of thee with Jesus ia sweet I ID luathy loss the deepest ontfcMtoTMMt ELS B I I 4 DEEP eurs 9 I ON ft io Shoes JaIj II 11 11 Its against our policy to carry Low Shoes from one 1season to another So here goes rushout prices on every pair in stock The famous it r Hanan Walk= Over Bostonian tand Beacon Brands in the finest patent kid patent calf vici kid and j Russia tans 500 for 375 400h 295 vt M 350 U 265 300H 235 250U 185 150H 120 If youve never worn low cuts try a pair and see how cool and omCortable t A COVINGTON x1t BANKS IiIt n Honor For a Madison Industry Hon C L Searcy who is president of the Waco Brick and Tile Manufac turing Co notified us that his company has received the Bronze Medal on roof ing tile exhibited at the St Louis Fair Sometime ago mention was made of the gold prize awarded on this celebrated clay which was used iu thnarclr in the Kentucky exhibit This later award came as something of a prize as there were so many exhibits and the Waco ntiItlveaioners examined the iVa o brick and pronounced it to be as good as can be made in the world This industry has for some time been a pride of our county and will some day result in a fortune to those owning thes clav fluIds The diploijna of award represents a cleareyed maiden in her first youth Columbia looking forward with un clouded brow upon a future beyond the act which she represents placing one hand in sign of possession upon the elobe With her other hand she passes the torch ot progress to her messenger the youth ot her country who with winged feetstands ready to depart on his mission civilization towards the western sun which Irradiates the sky Col umbia Is draped with the flag the sym bol chosen above all others which is recognized to the farthest limits of the world and denotes the country where was the Exposition that issued the di ploma The Bronze medal shows two figures one Columbia tall and stately bont to envelop the youthful maiden by her side typifying the Louisiana Territory in the flag of the stars sea striper tItus receiving her into the sis terhood of slates Tbe other figure nhout to divest herself of the cloak ot byliewings from ocean to ocean Not only the Waco Brick Tiling Co but all Madison county should feel justly proud of this award over so many competitors and with such clay properly utilized fortunes undreamed of await the owners DEATHS COBB After an Illness of long du ration Mr Brutus Cobb died last Fridayat the home of his sister Mrs Terry at Paint Lick Deceased whi was about 50 years old was a son of Mr Silas Cobb and at one time conducted a livery stable here He was unmarried His remains were brought to this city for interment POUTWOOD Mr Thomas Portwood died last week at the Gibson Infirma rYeaj1ed 23 years Deceased had been a sufferer all his life from a scrofulous affection and it was this that caused his death Everything possible was done to relieve his suf fAring but in vain Ho was the youngest child of Mr and Mrs Silat Iortwood and besides his parents he is survived by one brother and several sisters among whom is Mrs Geo Purpin of this city His remains were taken to his home at Portwood whore serf ices wero held after which his interment took place in the family burying ground Mr Portwood vss a favorite with a wide circle of friends and much grief Is felt over hi untimely death WHITE The news of Mrs Margaret Whites death which occurred in Louisville last Saturday morning came as a severe shock to relatives here Deceased had been in poor health for some time battling brave ly With disease Mrs White was before her marriage Miss Margaret Rowland of Danville and was a woman of strikingly handsome appearance After her marriage to Mr Steve White of this city she became a part of Richmond society aada general favorite with all After her huibands death she removed back to her old home at Danville but was al wys held in fond affection by friends here Grief after grief was visited upon her In the loss of both father and mother and finally her own daughter just blooming into woman hood Besides several brothers she is survived by two daughters just e terlng their teens Mrs White was greatly loved here and hot memory will dwell long with agnate kBeirkar lIar renalM were to pttiville where her ittterrawi place MowUty aftorndon at 230 rtI t = i Will Come Back to Richmond to Live News of the intended removal of Mr R A Woolums and family from Ver sailles back to this city was hailed with delight by their ninny friends This ex cellent family formerly lived here and were extremely popular with a wide circle of friends Mr Woolums has j been appointed general soliciting agent for the L A with headquarters here Delightful Days and Pleasant Evenings The above is what a sojourner at Es till Springs finds September at this favorite resort is one of the most en joyable months when the crowd is not great and the guests take on the form of a large house party with Mr and Mrs Thomas as hosts With autumn tints the scenery grows more beautiful During this month reduced rates will be o ered at Estill Springs sod already quite a number of guest are registered The past season has been an unusually delightful one for boarders at this famous place and so pleasant is it that numbers linger until late in the fall then to leave and look forward to a return the next season Large Attendance at CaHwell ugh School CaldwHl High School resumed work Monday morning after the summer vacation with both teachers and pupils ready for lessons Four hun dred and fifteen pupils were enrolled Monday This is the largest attendance in the history ot the school the usual number being about 375 Richmond is justly proud of her fine public school which has such a splendid faculty of teachers and today some of her gradu ates are filling responsible positions in ity and school life We are glad to see so full an attendance and hope it will continue Nothing is so important as ill education and with such a school in our midst there is no excuse for children remaining ignorant Eghth District FobUsheis League Met at Kicholasville Friday In accordance with the time set the Eighth District Publishers League met in Nicholasville last Friday and trans acted important business pertaining to newspapers and their interests Six teen papers out of twenty in the dis trict have become members of this League which will meet ever three months and it is expected that much good will result therefrom The fol lowing officers were elected for the en icing year Mr Low B Brown ol Harrodsbure president Mr Sam W Menefee of Danville vice president A D Miller of this city secretary anti treasurer All members of the League who attended the meeting in Nicholasvl lIe were greatly impressed Null the thrift nod beauty of Jessa mnes capitol and were loud in their praise of the reception accorded them Editor Harry McCaitf and his charming wife entertained with ab Iegant six oclock dinner for the press men We would also mention the wholesouled hospitality shoo n our crowd by Messrs RM and J W Hunter the new proprietora of the St Nicholas Hotel These young men have only recently taken charge of the hotel and we feelsafe in predicting their success since the table fare and neatness of the hotel is all that anyone could desire In the afternoon merely for the atLiiscment of their guests the Niche lasville Fire Department in charge of Chiei D P Hemphill turned out and dave an exhibition of their skill and training In exactly two minutes from the time the alarm was turned in the department had the water turned on niter a run ot several hundred yards Their equipments are firstclaps and their horse well trained Nicholasville should feel proud as well as safe with such a department The Climax voices the sentiments 0 all present when we say that wa never a more pleasant day both from a bU8In8sal1la social standpoint Tetittie of the League wil 1IJeriU Harnxtebure tJLJW an adjostraednieeting t- iJtqlanuary j Public Sole OK Blue Grass Lands Stock Crops Farming Imple ments and Household Furniture As executors ot the last will anti testament of Major John D Harris de ceased the undersigned will sell on Thursday Sept H 05- on the premises beginning at nine oclock a m all of said decedents stock farming utensils and three hundred acres of corn in the field On Friday Sept 15 J905 beginningat nine oclock a in we will sell the household and kitchen fur niture in the late residence of the de cedent Ladies are especially invited to be present at Fridays sale For particulars as to the sale of personalty reference is here made to separate sale bill O- NThursday Sept 14 05 IMMEDIATELY AFTER NOON LUNCH 1282 acres of land will be of tered for sale in eight separate tracts The tracts comprise the larger part of the farm of Major JoInt D Harris and are a splendid body of fertile blue grass land conveniently located on the Lancas ter and Menelaus turnpike roads in Mad ison county Kv beginning three miles from Richmond Ky and on the L N railroad with a pintfornf in the front yard of the main residence We will first offer LOT No lOon nlat containing 102 acres On this tract Is located u Blylhewood which is one of the best improved and one of the lar gest and is the most beautifully Inca Kentuckythereessary out building and a very large tobacco barn We will nxt otTer LOT No 9 per plat containing 106 acres All this IF in grass except twenty acres in tobacco tnd a good brick dwelling honsa is lo cated thereon Then we wilotTer said lots Nos 9 and 10 together and the same will be sold in the manner bringing the most moneyWe then offer LOTS Nos 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 Alac where Major John D Harris father lived they are located three miles from Richmond Ky on the Lan caster turnpike and are all in bluegrass and there are fonr houses on the same tnd one large tobacco barn They are so located as to make excellent small farms conveniently situated and are very productive If sold separately a thirtyfoot roadway will ho reserved be tween siillotsNos 1 and 3 so that Nos 2 and 4 will have a free and ample pass way to the Lancaster turnpike road These four lots combined contain COS acres and together make ona of the best and most productive farms of that size in Madison county Ky It is well watered there being thereon a good pond and a large never failing spring We will next offer LOT No5 per plat containing 304J acres This tract hRS a half mile frontage on the Mean tails turnpike road well watered and will make a very desirable farm either ilone or in connection with any of the other tracs already referred to it being Convenient to all A good tenant house is located on this tract a good pond and d never failing sprinar We will then offflr LOT No6 Of 101 acres This Is known as the Dnncan land and them is no more fertile land It corners to Duncannon Station on the 14N railroad and is on a good county roadThe sale of these lands will present one of the best opportunities ever offer ed in Madison county Ky for safe and profitable investment of capital or the acquiring of eplenid blue grass homes They are all located convenient to the county seat are bounded by excellent turnpike roads are on the L N rail road there beIng two stations on thin farm are convenient to churches and the beet schools and are in one of the grandest farming communities in the state TERMS resrimmediately after the sale loll posses sion of the residue of the property to be sojd will be given on or 1st IS06 but purchasers will have the right to enter sad sow small grain awl to feup erect building or make other iw Mow on the lands during tire fall I=iw n of 1005 One third of the purchase money will be due and payable December 30th 1005 and the remaining piirrliawi money will be due antI payable in three equal installments in MX twelve at d eighteen months from Dec 30th HX and purchasers will he required to ex ecute imtes with good security payabiw to the executors tearing legal interpit from Dec 30th 1005 until paid antIit lien will he retained to secure the nn paid purchase money and intere i deed to be executed on first payment of purchase money Snid minis ViII be mid without re serve or byl icl and the sales will h absolute title good Farm san Ie reached tv train leaving liichtrond on L N railroad at 830 a in and re turning leaves front yard of residence at 5 p m For further particulars address lion C M Clay Jr Pans Ky4 S H Stone Louisville Kv orT J Curtis Richmond Ky The latter re aides upon the farm find would be gk l to show the same to all partiesdusirfugf to inspect the lands or personalty S H STONE lM CLAY TI CURTIS Executors of J D Harris deceased NB Blue prints showing survey of the above land can be found at all banks in Richmond anglOlt Public Sale OF Blue Grass Lands Stock Crops Farming Imple ments Householdand Kitchen Furniture The undersigned ha executors of Major John D Harris deceased will bell on TksJy SepUe r H 11 AND Friday SepWerl 151905k beginning each day at the hour of oeiocka in the following property viz 18 work mules 2 yearling mules 9 brood mares one by Black Squirrel and one by King Richard yearling and twoyearold horses 4 weanllnir ltp2good driving horses 18 eitm good young jacks and 20 jennets 12 milk cows and calves 5 yearling heir ers 5 yearlln stel 1 Storthorn hull and 50 head of export cattle numerous Farming ImnlementBronsistingof wi1 plowsharnesscarriage 2 buggies 2 sots of bugy harness 1 cattle scale platform scie 20 hemp brakes 300 acres of corn in the Held 15 stacks of hay and seven large ricks of straw Lunch will be served at 12 oclock and immediately after the lunch 1282 acres of land in separate parcels will he sold from the front porch of the resi separate sale bill for the land sale and terms OnFriday Sept 15 1905 at nine oclock a m we will sell the household and kitchen furniture of said parloranti rugs a very handsome old mahog any side board dining table and chairs also china and table ware hall set veryhalJllRomenearly new Majestic Cooking Range and all kitchen furniturein short all the furniture of every kind of this magnificent country homestead This sale will be made without re absolulelfarm can reached by railroad from Richmond Ky The train leaves Richmond at 830 a m and returning leaves the front yard of residence at 5 pi m TERMS AH articles bringing 20 and less must be paid for in cash For all articles over20 the purchaser shall execute notes with good security payable to the executors on Dec 30th 1905 with out interest tll maturity Terms of the sale mnst be complied with before moving propertya M CLAYS II STONE TJ CURTIS ixecwtoes IJer prticHl ri m ta land ails MtI srIge bill Afl IIeIIeXeTeTr X I LACKEY ANDtHAMILTONIWill Continue Xol Give I I SPECI rrL FRICE8AON P400D8 J re IiiTTmr I I T Tf Tm IJfeX I IeA A Id oL1o There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good cakes Rolls Biscuits e cannot be made without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Pro due Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co wMo KENTUCKY DENTAL STJBQEET Dr 1ncttt QnsQt DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE KT- 4VOffice next door to Government Building IcnmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to novlly n I v M Blanton DENTIST rol1ee Bennett Building Ijanly THLBPHONE 196 For Rut Nice store room on Second street suitable for grocery or other line of menhand if Apply to Judge J C Clienunlt or this office tf Special Rates Vii L N Special rates in effect via L N railwayou each Wednesday and Sat urday during the months of August and September tickets will be sold to Hot Springs Eureka Springs Ark and Eldorado Springs Mo at one fare plus S2 except that in no ease will the limit be later than Oct 31 Limit days from date of sale Account National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic tickets will be sold to Denver Colorado Springs or Pueblo Col Aug 29 to Sept 12 S2035 for the round trip DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Sept 13 1905 o r Ct rFurniture Carpets Stoves I It will prove to pour advantage to see our before buy Iling Bed Room Suits Folding Beds Wood Beds Iron Beds Bed Side Boards Hall Racks Chairs Sofas fIJxtension Tables Center Tables Cooking Stoves Carpets IIMattings Rugs Lace Curtains Floor Oil Cloth Refriger fIators or almost anything needed in the home at prices and 1 jterms to suit the purse tJ j t Cashor Easy Terms 3Enman d 71 ins Main street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky r r 412 Wilk Baxter 412 Factory Agent for Wall Paper Paints Glass etc I have secured the agency for the Fr Beck Co of New Yock and Chicago the largest manufacturers of the best WALL PAPERS in the world If you are going to paper it will pay you to inspect this line as it is a truly decorative line and not in the hands of every paste boy in the country Buy your paper from me and get the best thats made W P BaxterEa- st Main St Telephone 4J2 Richmond Ky Remember Paper and Borders Cost Same Price t tA Messrs Suit Bratton i4thepolite and energetic proprietors of the s 5 c vtIt Racket Store IK JH are now showing some ofof the V yV handsomest China ever brought to J this city They are also exhibiting 6some very exquisite pattern in t Genuine Cut Glass t Their general stock comprises ev t housekepert 3 ir A in needof beautiful Queensware hand H Cut Glasst t i ii ii Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Sto i no floura5to1tsuOflce oVet ftice Arntta Hes Terc Sts BIOHMON KY R A MILLER ATrOaJlBTlL RICHMOND KETTOOXT Office n the Burnam Building next door to armera National Bank Ieb3ly STLLrvJA ATTOBNKVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank k Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street IJ 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery JACKSON ROBERTS I ATTORNEYS AND i COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug store D W TRI6BLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND ET A New TreatmentF- or the pores of the skin which beau tifies the complexion Many people especially ladies art annoyed dry scaly skin black heads pimples nn blotches Such ail ments are generally treated with cold cream face lotions witch hazel preparations etc which only afford temporary relief if any The trouble in the inactivity of the of the skin If the pores are healthy and perform their duties properly the complexion will be good unless the person is suffering from some chronic blood trouble A Louisville chemist has succeeded perfecting aproduct known as Paracamph andlhandspores removes all unnatural obstructions by stimulating the circulation and indue ing perspiration Paracamph sweats 0th- the trouble It washes out the pores oJ the skin makes them healthy and active thereby giving a smooth rosy satin preparationisspecialists with the greatest success and- is highly endorsed by all physicians to the fact that it is pure and harmless Paracamph can be purchased yourdealerthe factory The price is within the reach of all Sold only in 25cr BOc and 100 bottles Manufactured by The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky FOR SALE BY Perry and Thomas An hour lost in the morning has to be rnn after all day OLD JOEWHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manufacture No- BETTER f can be found for medicinal pur poses You want tim best Furnished2trlctly to Family 10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles i5I IIJUItS 250 56I bottles 3 gallonOrders WILEY SEAROY Prop Old Toe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F Enright First Street aDaaDO uSBMARKSS l CINCINNATI 1 BootsShoes Rubbers Cost LeastWear Best l Salesman P C BOGUS r rDiamonds J Watches Clocks It Cutglass 1JfI fthingsJewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane ho will fix them If your ring fI A needs reeetting take it to aILanes hell fix that too If yon want anything that fI clasaJewelry If to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles I- j L ELaneTe- weler 5- f and Optician C JvB H Luxon k Bro have the n iceel lot of timothy hay in Madteo county Call UM wbe iaw 88 feM FOR SALEH f 200 r Blue Grass Farms and Valuable Town Property Tne Rlcnmod Real Etati Agency RICHMOND KY or Rue Curry Harrodsburg Ky No 700A fine dairy farm of 53 acres just out side city limits ot Oightrooxndouble basement anil water works large stock barn now 04x100 portion ar ranged especially for dairy Well wateietland fenced all In grass a tine location Price and terms reas onable No 70177 acres fine blue grass land two and onehilf miles from Richmond on one of the best pikes in the county dwelling of live rooms large stock barn splcndiillywateredt good neighborhood and is certainly cheap at the price 7060 per note No 702120 acres of firstclass land two miles from Richmond till- in grass is very productive and adopted to the trrowtli of any of the cereals common to this county Wei watered and fenced The improve ments consist of a handsome frame residunce of ten rooms in splendid repair all necessary outbuildings a largo stock barn almost new This is a fine place well improved and equipped and just the right distance from town No 703117 acres on gqpd pike threefourth mile from town The ye3rsIhemp tobacco corn or wheat has lgo0l1 fencing and an abundance of tock water A seven room new cot dago house with bath good cellar tjall other necessary outbuildings one is located just right and is sure to please you No 701105 acrej land all in blue fromlrooms good stock barn iswell wa tered and fenced and will be Sold worth the money No 705U5 acres two and one half miles out on one lit the most popular pikes 1Cading into Richmond Residence is a tenroom ie urn in construction and has all needed conveniences All smaller out buildings and two good stock barns perfectof fruit and shade This is consid ered one of the prettiest homes in the county and is cheap at the price askedNo 706200 acres about one and onehalf miles west of Richmond onn good pike all in blue grass except garden good orchard residence of six rooms and all necessary outbuild Jugs A part of this land is virgin soil and most all will producer hemp or tobacco This is a rare opportunity to get a fine farm as this kind is seldom offered for sain Terms easy No707113 acres tobaccp land onemile from Paint Lick Ky one third in grass balance crop two ten goodfenceper acre Terms easy and possession to suit purchaser- No 708257 acres land on pike ten miles from Richmond Good ten core tobacco barn stock barns two residences can be divided into two farms giving residence with each The farm is mostly in grass well fenced and finely watered price 55 per acre No 70975 acres fine land at Kirksville Ky divided into four fields water in every field part of the land in blue grass balance in cultivation This land will grow to bacco hemp corn or wheat fine neighborhood and good schools and churches in the village of Kirksville Residence adjoining can be sold with landNo 710115 acres about one half mile from city limits all in rass well watered by ponds and brooks fencing good sixroom dwelling good cistern orchard garden and l stable everything in firstclass con dition and cheap at floo per acre Terms easy i No 711294 acres about two miles from Richmond with elegint ten room residence tobacco nail stock fenllingPossession Price 15500 Easy terms growhempRichmond The farm is nearly all in everydetailof ten rooms good barnes and outbuildings stock scales plentyof water fencing firstclass This farm is a fine producer and will pay well on your investment Easy payments 6lil50 acres spendid land 7 miles north of Richmond in one 01 the richest sections of Madison coun ty and on a good pike A splendid residence of eight rooms in good repair two barns splendid youngor chard well watered and A nice home and a good farm Price 90 per acre 714100 acres unimproved land all IMfamimaker Price reasonable and wjll be sold 0n long tim- eTown Property Xo1looTwwM Q1t itjire id f Ii r 1 with elegant brick residence of ten rooms bath and cellar go d corn modious stable poultry house and other outbuildings good garden dud somq fruit located on one of the bet pricetNo llol Nice twostory sixroom residence on a good street near cen ter of the city lot 45x2oo feet good stable and garden residence Is in ydesirableNo l102Twostory brick residence ten rooms on West Main street kitchen halls bath room and porcheshietairoof all of its departments lot is 9ox4oo feet good grden stable and other outbuildings Will sell tfneasy term or trade for farm Inspection is in vited few opportunities to get this Kind No 1103 One acre lot with good sixroom house orchard stable and other outbuildings good garden in Kirksville Ky A good business ptJintand has excellent sctiools and churches Agood farm can fee sold in connection with this properly HarrodsburgS kdveJllngWater in house heated by furnace neArtownproperty 0 framedwellingDanville pike one mile froni town Price low No Alareoiiroopi hei1in blAck smith and wood shop on Main and Lexington streets onLerlngtonNo 91 Large and desirable home of the tiweilingoftor landvilifoot front with dwelling ofHarrodsburgLandvation well watered by running streams and 5 twctenant ImilesWill exchange for town property r orHarrodburghouse crib and diary Terms easy No isa 61 acres 2j miles from town on andwatered ImProvedand outbuildings IRndonburn and outbuildings Price 75 per acre tbrflemiles tobacco201 413 acres blue grass land well fenced outbuildings milesoutpikelsrgeabundance of water milesfromhouselargedivisions of 06 and 7S acres honseto each Uarrodsburg lOObothNo 230 251 acres on pike within IJ mlle graaLargewellwatered tobaccolandgood tobacco barn well watered mileoutNo 253 471 acres of tInt class land on LandIsvariousoutbullolngsNo 257 acres in Washington outbuildingsorchardall In grass except acres Price 2500 roomdwelling riverlandImprovementaL N28 KT acres on pike 3f miles from fertIl67room Outprodnctlveand barn fh per acre No Tot 233 screw first class land on pit eimprovements modern dwelling if 7roonidwelling urnprovementa Nb27 M unimproved landwelt fenced ImprovementG5OO anihUlldinl8 thremi1ehouseZbarnsandoutbuildings onPlkehand80me4 stock barns and two large toljncco barns r brickdwellingNo 290 acres on pike land fertile five outbujidlags outlanllrroductlvedwelling tenant house barn outbuildings j No 232 17 ncressxnall tworoom dwelling30 per aero ifLancasterdwelling m udotbuildiogs rIce low ltaacuteI100lljilkedwdll etc UrosdiiIt4ix4i u4 bsEN ad- i LJ t i 7 c ti a aa aa a m laud Much of this land is bottom land and fertile wen Improved with 3 dwellings barns stat pntbuilkingi 8000 111 acres good tobacco laud in ood slate of cultivation good fencing and Tell watered two story 10 room dwelling two barns and outbuildings Price t2SO No 300 4 lores with 5ropra cOttage and barn in town limits Price No 301 83 acres of first class land K SmIles out on good plkeflne location five room dwelling barn etc well fenced and watered No 305 2 acres and good 6 room cottage Richmond Real Estate Agency Cllmrx bldg Richmond Ky or RVO Curry HnrrodBburg Ky Leggetfs ChampionD- RY POWDER GUNS I p WormsJEffectIvely Economically and Quickly The most practical and economical die tributer of Paris Green and other df7 powders on crops in the gardcBifl Jo 8 dHsho COilrid CaCTttisTowcra ns the peat tiring offered CVera two rows at Once as fast as a man aipubttOne B6odagent wanted each CoOVBSPECULtJBT of Seasona lo Seeds tisectlcldes SprayerE Bellows etc man ed free Wood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY rNEW YOR- KCLIPPERISTHEQREATESTT- HEATRICAL 4 SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy I OCU lestED WlJtktt SAMPLE COPY FREE rRANK bUEENPUB CQU iJ lUoDii holds irwsrn St ikWYOit d New teal Him bnRinesplniinin at the same place opposite Ics Plant where I have been located foi six years the past year with the nil Hill Coal Co I will handle some of the best grades of Jellico coal also the Brush Creek coal and I respectfully solicit a sare of the patronage of the pet pie of Richmond and Madison coun ty and shall endeavor to make my prices very attractive aud will please you in the quality of coal Oat my prices before buyiugyour winter supply Telephone 93 augO 3m H F BARKER I Womens Woe Richmond Women May Get Relief J at Last It docs seem that women have more than a lair share of the aches and pains that afflict humanity they must kejp upmust attend to duties in spite of constantly aching backs or headaches dizzy spells bearing down pains they must stoop over when to toip means torture They must walk and bend and work with raking pins ard many aches from kidne ills Kidneys cause more suffering bodyKetp remetlJforthe kidneys antI is endorsed by people you know Mrs Pamelia A Fletcher of Queen street Mt Sterlig Ky says For years I had kidney complaint pains across the small of my back and over my kidneys dreadful aching in my back anl I was sometimes so lame across my hips that I could not stiop and there was difficulty wth the kid riey secretions I used different medicines and prscriptions which seemed at thi time to relieve but obtained no lasting Benefit I read about Doans Kidney Pills and a rela tive of mine got a box for me J used them as directed and they helped me in every way My back felt very much better and stronger and the an noyinj and distressing kidney weak ness was greatly relived My biotber Strother D Carrington of Paris Ky who had suffered a good many years with kidneytrouble also used Doanfo resultmostare certainly worthy of recommenda tion Plenty more proof like this from Richmond pcopo Call at B L Middletons drug store and ask what his customers report Price 50 cents FosterMilburn- Co Buffalo K Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other The oven can afford Ito wait for tie cake but not the cake for the oven Escaped Death experienctfor takingUroin for somu violent and dangerous- st rqacb or bowel The puritieaUvevJthoutanyrqual in the science or Perry tc Thama at BOc and 100 Meney back II it jails All articles to be fried should be WioronRhly dried and slightly wanned Got Off Cheap He may well think e has off cheap who after havingcontractet constipation or indices ion Isstil1 able to perfectly restore his healthy KlngftNewe1t4ls ere for headaeb i waiil iirI ri2C i4I j A FAMILIAR FACE Tbetlkencssot bit Wfti tALiiWIfC titileyery pacitaecof r Dr Galdwells SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constlpa tlon Biliousness Sour stomach Headaches and Fevers Caused by Bowel and Stomach disorders Eyery ltCDulne package Is distInguished by this trade mark Your druggist win be glad to sell you either the 0or 100 clzo ISold by Perry Thomas Why dont you fence pour farm and keep your old cow at home Some will say what fence must to buy Uncle Sam uses the PaRe Fence it ought tc do yours Sold byJ F Coy M++CALL AT 4 JONES MERSIIONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodation Genuine Saratoza Water Kept on T- apssssss Phone 3 Second St RIP1IXNCrRfADYl1EnAoIi y RIGHT p Important Memorandum = u =I i4 Ioe a 1If yb1iZ LoZ Kinloch Paint is Oil Right be cause you get the oil in the right way oct as in ReadyMixed Paint but separately You buy the thick Kin loch Pigment in one can and the fresh pure raw linseedoil from the Iyoufresh andrze We know something about paint and we can heartily recommend Kin loch Paint Its the one paint that is paint alone not readymixed but rcudytomix L IBR WN Kirksville Ky DOT CANS THE- Walters School FOR BOYS Select a school for your son where you are satisfied that he will receive careful personal attention and make thoroughadvance ment Consult the patrons of this chool and have a talk with the Prin cipalJas T Barrett Richmond Ky ChattanoogaHaneoekJ- M J f- Disc Plows PrincipIoRight Construction Right Results Right The ChattanoogaHancock Disc Plows speak for themselves They are now in such general use that farmers have a clear idea of their = practical workings anrt value as Crop Makers They can be used at = any season of the year when any ppw enn be ilsed and iflsti when jfl the ground Is so dry Hard ho other plow can lie used We guartee our Disc Plows to do gopd wor and not only in hard dry and sticky ground but to do good work in any fallow ground either clean or trashy in short to be good anywhere at any time araillsLbreakamanship C E Douglas Co Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Agents for Studebaker Farm Wagons and Hoosier Wheat D- rillsKENTUCKYS 1116 STATE fAIR AT LEXINGTON 6UBIGIN PREMIUMS 25000 PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 555Novel Attiactions1Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky Special Summer Excursions- via Illinois Central Railroad To California and Colorado and to the Lewis and Clark Exposition Portand Oregon at special reducedrates Low one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana and low round trio rates to points in Arknsas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas on first zmnd third Tuesdays of each month Through Pullman Sleeper c aily Louisville to Hot Springs Anc Only line running through personally conductedexcursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Such Investments are not speculative The South Is nota new country Market favorbleprices tar below their rent Value and at present prices net large returns on the In poasibilitlemi near the Illinois Central Railroad for bomeseekcra and Investors address the Un deraigned Further particulars of Home Agents or addroxs F W HARLOW DP A- Louisville Ky p 7 y f 711 71 5 71 71 m71 5 GREAT SACRIFICE ct 20000worth of Boys and Qhildrens Clothing at less than maiuifactur Ik 14J iVe are badly overstocked in this department + We Have Gut the Prices to the Cor l bargainsBoys5 at Tand 3at oOcts 5 Our 3 and 5 Hoys Suits short pants at 2 Best 150 Corduroy Pants at 1121 aOur Hojs Long Puts Suits 5 aHd7 at Our 125 Corduroy Pants at ae20 EThis is a great Sacrifice Sales Come quick and secure bargains NDfiU5 STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers J LEXINGTON KY 1 Sole ageuts for AlfrdBoRjamI1 Cos cOrtcktltrs f Men We are igWoFhaprtngt Ylell Shryocktbg U laN r 1s eharge Ol9tir MerchaP Y floringDeparinaenttGIV HI ACALL ntrJ ++ + ++ wIIIJ J J iii iU i = j 1LT5- r