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T U 1 1 w 111 III i f h vw = wfI yo r4 f IrTHE RiCHMOND vr 1 I t S 1 CLIMA 151 ceo redL SpoS 01 Prl er 1M IVOLUME 32RIdHIkOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1905 NUMBER 1J lji J iliyc7F 7w 7Fffiffim ffiq ffi THE F 71lliStore IN TOWN BUY FORF H 1CASHI+ SELL FO- RCASH m We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware TVT ooienware Porcelain and Graniteware Harness Farm Implements Wagons Buggiesr + Road Carts etc In fact most every used on farm or in kitchen m CASH PRICE makes miememuerour goods very low when 1 comparedwith the credit system WE SELL THE 4 JLyncn urg dull Plow ij t the most substantial and easiest running p owffiin the world Examine and give us your I Fencing Wire Roofing etc Try our Old Fashioned SCountry Meal tCheap Poultry Eggs Hides and Furs 4 Colyer Bros k Phone 237 Main Street KYk t M fI SIJI W NAME IS THLRMAN On Sausage Row VEGETABLE SICILIAN d hALLS flair Rellewera- s A splendid tonic for the hir makes the hair grow ong and heavy rd Always restores color to at ay hair all the darkrich color of youth Stons falling hnir p v Sld for f fv var II ttXlSTfrtUZZU1 n Today SIisup to youiet r TfThis store has been the shopping center- of Richmond for years and will continue so We are prepared to meet all you wants in our line for the warm weather Let us j y suggest a few things to you in regard tot out lineSlOur prices are right- Sj Our merchandise is reliable 3 That it is our aim to please the most V ifnstidous taste more oan we say- j White GibsonS SYE OLDE RELIAFLE SHOP i c EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY rn IlICOKPOJrATBDI- SLongdistance lines and telephones of V SthisCompany enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana We can putyou In quick Iandsatisfactory communication with the Speople of this great section of the country IsWesolicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur r I passed MES C6A1BWSLL A Wi MHtT JV e iThdsa II iS U i C KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew PriceFOR 100 Free Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK iln hw B 0 NtnnVton Golden Flora announce to theipublio that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of MarbIBondGroqitB ever in Richmond Trade at 7atbest goods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street IIJmU Louisville andgNashville R R AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale dailySpecial Excurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TlmoThroughSleepers tric Lighted Dining Cars VHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP Consult your local Agnt who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address s J W Hamilton Agent KyWUt EiNERVIGOR RESTORATIVLCURES NERVOUS DEBILITY InmentaiPh111e ai manIoodToaentMdevolopmentodmatelflo NerveCurejothertroubleadtoMakes rich beaitby blood and repaln eat dI1ene free1rleo wIth a KU4f orbeneIfledparrn US A For sale by E C Wines Loans ansi Dis counts i S345000 00- Stockholders Liability 150COO 00 Bank Bldg 20800 00 Cash and Exc 05000 00 Total Resources 580000 00 Your business la desired and we disposed to grant you every consist cut for 1State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky THotagfHtsThe tBjjgcstiveof innocence and health mothers yearning for children is In separable from a love of thebeautiful and every woman to bring the sweetest aud best influence to oa the subject of her maternityITo relieve pain aiod when life is born ogainr others FrieidlinimeDtpi1ywuuntstered regnaut women should tills It being undeniably a friend to her during natures term of suspense null anticipation flothcr4 Friend if used throughout will soften the breasts prcventingcrnclctlnt1 sore the nipplesJ become and elastic from jt ontinucdRlplicltion J All fibres in ilnal regies triM readily to the covet containing theembryo if totk1kftPIs applied externally Ornl tsroo bottle Write for fjcc Look onlJ19llerhed- I IlK lIIIMfUI 41 SA4JF r IDo IT TOTY And to think that ten monthe ago I Iocixed fits this I owe Jt to German Syrup o putffpformadvice we want to give you about that hacking cough ordemoralizing cold with levera1fellable remedy for it IfODAV and let- that remedy lie tr flocliees German tthirtyfiveundoubtedly relieve your cough or cold a use for a few days will cure you completely qNo matter how deepseated your cough even if dread lungsGermanas it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble- qNew bottles 250 regular sInea 5c At all druggists P For sale at K C Stockton drug stara f Attention Farmers I have received two carloads of tim celebrated Page fencing the boot thats made Before contracting for fencing ot Any description it will prove to your advantage to pet my priceattf J T COY Hard To Find It would be hard to find a more erfect curative medicine for die rdered digestive ergons than that torpidliverwells laxative Syrup Pepsin No other medicine has has its specific Importantyou have to depend for energy to carry on your dally work It cleanees byPerryMoney back if it falls Dissolution Notice The firm of Allman A Stone brick contractors bus by mutual consent dis solved partnership Mr Allman retir ing from the business iJouxug94t R K STONE ILifoi atto live islargelv a vuestlon of how iskeeptionfilIItomlLch liver and bowels In ll1txntlvesafe nail pleasant cure for headache symptomsof Moneyback Notice To Taxpayers Jn order to make my settlement with State anti County br January 1 J90C as required by law I am compelled to advertise and sell for the taxes due State and County beginning first of September 1005 instead of waiting until next Spring so dont permit your self to be caught for this extra cost Respectfully augOU JOHN F WAGERS Sheriff Critically HI Many people are critically Illas a digestiredizzinessheartburnritability headache nausea colic takeDradangorousdistresslnffdysplptic ItSoldStudy to economize strength time and money UponFoleyHoney and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great HoneyandFoleysHoney preparationwill opiotesnndicate persons Sold by K C Stockton The secret of nice broiling is frequent turning 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 cause me much pain nndworry I lost llesh and was run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I Mil three of the best physi cians who did mo no good and I was IoleysKidneyhe first bottle gave me and after taking the second bottlei was entirely cured Sold by R C Stockton 5Six Million Acres The State orTexas will place on sale Sept 1st 1005 six million acres of state lands scattered throughout the state at from 100 to 300 per acre onefortieth cash down torty years time on balance 3 per cent interest Write for particulars also about cheap rates to the Southwest Aug 15 Sept5 and IP Oct 3 and 17 E VLaBEAUME3 P and T At Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Like Finding Money Finding health is like finding money sothink Uuse wlib arc sick When you have a cough cod soro throat promptlyVo lIe says I bad a terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs bnt after finding no relief in other remedies I was rurdil Dr New Discovers for on8uulptioDCughsanJCods Greatest sale of any cough and lung medlchlo In the world At R C stoqktons drug alore 60c sad lW IajM4 Xrial Wij4I frss t ah AT 39 WEDS WIDOW OF 85 Husband Then Wants to Have Wom ans Property Transferred to Rim in Legal Form Fall R ver Mass Society In upper Bedford street Is busy discussing the recent union of May and December In the marriage of John J Considine a laborer living on Pleasant street and aged 39 and Mrs Catherine OBrien Shaughnessey a welltordo widow resid ing on Bedford street and reputed to be approximately 85 They were married recently but things have since occurred to set tongues wagging over what had previously been merely an Incident of passing comment The parties were married by Rev Matthias McCabe The marriage license secured states that he Is 39 years ptiage and she Is but the rivate Information of friends and the that she has two sons living who are well over 50 years old making the figure u shakyWhenMcCabe he declined to perform the cer emony without the express consent from he diocesan authorities It is under tood that when application was made at the diocesan chancelry efforts wenl made to dissuade the old lady from the step that she was taking after her long widowhood but she had decided views and the necessary permission to marry was issued While Consldlne was get ing the license Mrs Shaughnessy wai him at the Sacred Heart rec tory The children were notified before the ceremony was performed but they could do nothing to stop It Then a call was made by the husband ata local office to secure the services of a lawyer to draw up certain deeds The lawyer went to the home of the widow but concluded after talking with her that he would not have anything to do ith the case The husband proposed hat the old lady should transfer all her property and the bank books to him In legal form and she was eager to do 1C Considine Is a rugged fellow of strong build The bride Is a little old woman of grandmotberlly apeparance comporting well with her years LOBSTER EGGS BY MILLION Hatchery at Boothbay Me Has 68 000000 in the Course of Incubation Bangor MeAt present there are 68a000000 lobster eggs in the hatchery at 3oothbay in various stages of Incuba tion and besides these 70000000 of cod eggs have been handled at the station this spring and 40000000 little fish turned loose In the sea It is expected that more than 100000 000 cod and 100000000 lobester eggs will be received before the season closes All of these cod eggs would be lost f the fisheries people did not collect and hatch them as they are secured from market fish with which they ould otherwise be sold The steamer arita of Boothbay harbor is chartered nd ten spawntakers employed Capt dallvtripsmen on the different fishing vessels where they secure and fertilize the eggs as the fish are taken from the water after which the eggs are cleaned and brought to the station and placed in tho hatchery Jars More than 70 per cent of the cod eggs collected have produced healthy try Last year there was less than two per cent loss In the lobster eggs taken from the Impounded stock producedhealthypect that the same results will be realized this year- It is the Intention of the fisheries bureau to collect seed lobsters the entire year and to operate a large pound In connection with the station for the con finement of egg lobsters FOOT RACE SHIFTED HEART TwentyYearsDisplaced Orgaa Shlppensburg PaDurd Duke of lingeringrience About 20 years ago he took part in and won a foot race but as a result of the exertions his heart is supposed to hue changed from the left to the right side and he fell ex hausted at the end of the race Since then he had been a great sufferer When a postmortem was heid by Dr E S Berry In the presence of the other doctors of the town his heart was found on the right side and his stomach in the place where the heart should have been on the left side and grown fast to the left lung He was about 45 years of age and a man of wonderful endurance It Is a question whether there Is a similar case on record Roosevelt to Defy Spooks According to a letter from Scotts YUle Va President Roosevelt has procured a site for a summer home In Albemarle county a few miles from that town It Is said that he will build on land which adjoins what Is known as the old ghost place On this land stands a structure which for many years has been thought by the superstitious to be haunted It Is said that a long time ago while some men were digging a well on this place they found Iron ore which they thought was gold and spread the rumor that the place was Inrested by spooks in order to keep others away Is War a Sport A naval official at Washington Is reported as saying that the powers amongtheterms them unsportsmanlike But war Isnt sport A higher authority than he has said that war is hell Curedof Bright Disease Geo A Sherman Lisbon Red Mills Lawrence Co N Yt writes I had kidney disease for many years and had been treated by physicians for twelve years had taken a well known kidneymedicine and other remedies that were recommended but got no FoleysItldneyrelieved me and four bottles have cured me of this terrible disease Before I beian taking ploys Kidney everyffflecnpassed a brickdust substance and sometimes a elimo substance I bt lieve I would have died if I had Dot byRNot Like Most ieople James Peed a Mason couutv farms n mmitted eujeide lust Fridaywpek by cutting lis throat Hwas 48 vrars of nee and had a family H left no KtRlf it as to lft CHUBB of ht ash act Tile MiiiposiitonisthatltWM due to brooding over a large debt that WitS aoon to fall due If this was the rattKeet bin itt tiiPe 8 WM different fiow roost pt Itis neral1yJIe vtfcw fckw thata tfita t Ou- II cII FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is Very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as atrial for babies andchildren In other conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot dayInEmulsion must be taken as nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions Send fop free amplo Scott Bowne 4W4I5 Purl 51 ChemlitiNew York Soc and 100 MI druggists LURE GIRL INTO A HAREM English Miss Marries Moorish Agent and Certificate Is Signed by Quilliam TanglerAn extraordinary matrimonial dispute affecting an English woman has arisen here A Moorish acrobat from the Sus dis trict some time ago married a Man hester girl aged 17 The brides triends on learning that he was already a husband requested the British wnsular authorities to send her back to EnglandActing Mitchell called the Moor to his omce and told him that be must send the girl home and pay the necessary expenses Mr Mitchell threatened to hand him over to the Moorish authorities on refusal Thereupon the Moor suddenly drew revolver on the acting consul but was prevented from firing by Mr Mo rlllo the consular clerk who seized him A fierce struggle ensued and Mr Morillo was assaulted with the butt of the revolver The Moor finally escaped and took refuge in a sanc tuarySubsequently the Moor was arrested and taken to the castle The girls parents claim her custody asserting that the marriage was a runaway one It has been ascertained that the ceremony took place In the Liverpool mosque the certificate being signed Quilllam Presumably the signature is that of Sheikh Abdullah Qullliam Bey chief of the Moslems of the United King dome He Is a Liverpool solicitor who em braced Mohammedanism some years ugo and has received many marks of lavor from the sultan TARANTULA PLAYSPOSSUM Nearly Fools Xeeper Who Thinks the Great Spider Is DeadAc quires New Coat New YorkPatrlck Ohmer a keeper at the New York Zoological gardens survived an exciting experience with a large and ferocious tarantula and was able to celebrate Tarantulas of the Myagle family are almost as scarce as hens teeth in the United States They come from Brazil large hairy fellows eight inches in diameter and with a bite that carries sure and quick death In every nip The spider in The Bronx was kept in a glass case In the reptile house When Ohmer went to the case he found what was apparently the shell of the spider covered with red antsHe decided that they had eaten the rest of the spider so he removed the shell and took It to Director Wtillis H Hprna day He then returned with a brush to clean the case He opened the door and Inserted the bush whenzlpdown came the ghost of the departed reptile and whacked the brush to the floor missing Ohmers fingers by an inch The keeper slammed the door of the case and ran back to the director with the news Mr Hornaday refused to accept the ghost theory and taking down his books discovered that the Myagle sheds its skin once a year and that Keeper Ohmer had como within an inch of touching the rejuvenated spider Further Investigation proved that Myagle was resplendent in a new hairy vestment- MULE IN PLACE OF A MILL Recent Demise of Esteemed Animal Causes Purchase of Windmill by an Ohio Farmer Congress O William N Stanley a farmer and large landowner in Congress township had a mule Now the mule Is dead and thereby hangs a tale Stanley has had to buy a windmill on account of the demise of the longeared eculne For some time it was a mystery to Stanley how the large herd oj stock which he owned was watered nor would they drink when he pumped the trough full and drove them to It Investigation developed the fact that a favorite mule probably reasoning from cause to effect would go to the old log pump at different Intervals during the day take the pump handle in hIs powerful Jaws and would work It vigorously until the trough was filled The cattle would then slake their thirst Stanley says that after he learned this he watched and that he thought he could see a look of disgust on the mules face when It would return to the pump and find the trough empty and cattle standing around with their tongues hanging out from thirst In order to better utilize the mules efforts in be half of his brute brethren and in aid of his owner Stanley had a pump handle made especially and covered with leather after which hq paid absolutely no attention to the watering of the agStanleyuselessness in old age does not apply to mules Old Man Wins Race To refute the theory of Dr Osier of Baltimore eight men all over 70 years old competed ina fourmile walking race recently at Cleveland O HDHumlston aged 81 won the race cov ering the four miles in 59 minutes One minute and 40 seconds later the waving whiskers of Mile Rudd 77 years old the Infant of the bunch hove in sight and following him was the rotund figure of O S Grain also with a cluster of whiskers James Graham aged 9Z was fourth in th- eraeeHe ba4 jyp raluMtee Marta the M MtaW ltIe Oobing age ttJ fttsittt sri 110 7Kn t IWeMake the for Gentlemen Clothes rightbecorninglyitColorings are Glorious Bannoekburnsall 10 to Wo are showing beautiful silks for Shirt Waists in all the new colorings at 29c per yard worth 75c jforDont fail to see them and get the Low Cash Prices we are naming on then TO 4 4 t os 0 1j For Sale I deire to sell privately my dcry outfit ROUT L FKEXCII anglG 4t Richmond Ky A cherry suit ot furniture for sale cheap Phone SOS tf Curtis Parke c PIff Rufus Parke c Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order ot Sale of the Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1905 In the above style cause the un dersigned will 2 J 05 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 11 oclock a m on tho in Madison county Ky proceed to ex pose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Tract or Land 31 ac es on the waters ot Otter Crrek in county Ky and being the horns place of Sandra Parkas and adjoining the lands of Klizahpth Davis Ross Dczlpr and I N with good dwelling and all iitreswuy thereon nnd tiihiii about 4 mills of tTie city ot Richmond Kv with nntlet on Rich menu and Otter Creek pike Said land is sold for payment of debt of said Snmlra Parkes and for distribution among her heirs will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to give bond with security for the payment of the mousy to have the force and effect ofR ludjr mont hearing legal interest from day nf sale with a lion reserved upon said propertY until all the purchase money money is paid S H M 0 M C 0 A D Estes Prop Alt and a C prices before in this line We will save you money =Do some one thing better then any one else eaa yourdnor The o- fSPRJA is awak on the New Garb make the man Youll feel as royal as a with the of the new justinthe and such the in the world have these Co of and New York for have and made these new i carries their their label is in every none with out 1 They have have no equal there 9 ib a snap grace style in overy line of them of soft tones We have from 40 entire guar Ne K We are offering in our basement a lot of short inulow prices to close them out These strips maker li elegant rugs and some of them are large enough to jk cover small rooms and halls w D Oldham eoOUTFITTERS PATLCULAR 1Sir V 44 vf Codssioiisrs SSak airaitietS Madison o- nThursday Sept premises Certain Parcelof containing Madison Sendder outhnildings lERMSSaIo approved tHORPE Newby Carriage WorksS Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing Repairing specialty Satisfaction anteed I1andgef purchasing anything New Carriage Works vbyKy t5edeptbEmersonI First Touch Gas AWAKEaI NATURE eningPut Clothes King exhtliration Makers Makers greatest Clothes Makers fashioned goods Schloss Bros Baltimore The Correct Clothes Makers Gentlemen designed fashioned creations Every garment guarantee garment genuine grades PELE A5 pV 4e- ii1qLf SRMOFFETTS Cures Cholera infanlum Diarrhoea Dysentery aed the Bowel Troubles of Children of Jtny Age Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength ens the Child aAd MAKES TEETHING POWDEBftlBS TEETHiNG EASY Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFrlTTr M Dn Stlonis Mo Mother Hesitate no longer but save the health and if3 ot your child as thousands have done by giving thow powdesT- EETIIINA Is easily glvon and quickly countecac and overcomes the effects of the summers hkatupoa teething children H DAYCFrom NL 1 SEPTEMBER 15 OCTOBER 31 LOW RATESTO Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Columbia VIA THE CREAT NORTHERN RY Tho ComforteJblo Way Excellent opportunities to make st home of your own or to engage in any line of business NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES FromStPaolTO From Duluth HInsdale Mont 1800 2800 Havre Great Falls Butte Anaconda Helena Kalispell Whitefish and intcnnediate points 2000 3000 Jennings Mont Venatchee Wash Fernie B C Kootenai points Spokane and intermediate points 2250 3050 Seattle Everett and Puget Sound points 2500 3300 LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US FREE descriptivebulletinWashington Name the one Ou want Gives you complete information about the opportunities and resources of these sta ts DepartmentGreat COSTELLOGenl220 S Clark 5tr Chicago St Paul Minn L se s sssss sses esasssssseseessem S H i q n e S STimes Up ISS S S ssIS sSS S TAN SHOESS 5 e 5 S 5 MUST GO 5 S SS S IuS Soo Wo never carry over Tan Shoes Theres plenty of time- S 5 5 to wear them but not somuch tirna to oell them so we have SSS put5Sfa 155 S 551A Farewell Price 1 S 5 = 115- ISS 5 on every pair of Tan Shoes we own and now they must 0 ofS55 S SIs155S a w 0 S5Si S 5 00 Tan Shoes for 3 75 cog 1S S 4 00 2 75 I o 25S55- S 3 00 II 2 50 I S 2 50 2 15 sS S 2 00 J 65 ISS- S 5 J 50 J 20 S 1555 1S I I I James P Tribble 15I5l I The Shoeman 5IS5 S 15 SSiS SSSSS2SSS5SSS SSSSSl S S I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5551 III 5SIII Il 111 55I S S SSSSS e SSa SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSS Look Us Up WHEN YOU WANT Roughand Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceilings Flooring Shingles Laths ED BUNION 5 GO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNICSDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D 1ULLEREdltor Manager H Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IS ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 13 1905 u DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative RW MILLER For junty Judge- N It TURPIN For County Attorney- R H CROOKE For Sheriff P B BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS For Supt Public Schools 70HN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF Mayor Clarence E Woods Chief of Police J II Allman Councilmen W S Oldham Richard Mctvee T T Covln ton OW Gates J A Mershon Jennings Maupin Police JudgeJennings Greenleaf City AttorneyT H Collins Magistrate James Dykes Constable L M Scriwner- ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce J IV lIre a candidate for magistrate from Million Magistral District sub ject to action of the Democratic party TilE value of an ideal cannot be over estimated if it is the right kind of an ideal In Holy Writ we are told there are three cardinal virtues Faith Hope and Charity but that the greatest of these is charity We are also told that Christ drove the moneychangers out of the synagogue and consigned the wicked and selfish rich to the tortues of an eternal hell Now if this was the teachings of Christ it conclusively proves two things First that chari tythA love of fellowman is the high est ideal we can practice Second that the money ideal is the lowest we can practice These truths have been vindicated time and again During the past thirty years there has been a mad rush for riches In our mad rush we became far worse than the Israelites who were being delivered out of Egyptian bond age in making and worshipping golden idols We have scattered the seeds of A iigersAyers quiets tickling throats hack ing coughs pain in the lungs It relieves congestion sub CherryPectoral dues inflammation It heals strengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knows all about this cough medicine We hire uled Aytii Cherry Pectoral In lungtroubleSIUB A 1OMECOr Appleton illun CONAllIMm or r ar Weak Throats recoveryPurely vice and corruption Our fierce fight for supremacy of wealth has resulted in a moral laxity that cannot be too severely condemned It has affected both the political and industrial life of the Nation We had in the beginning the thousanddollar craze then came the hundred thousand craze then fol lowed the million and multimillion craze and now some have the billion dollar craze We tended to center the attention of the youth of our land upon great financial deeds and to rank men accordingly We starved his moral faculties amd overfed his selfishness When he attended church he found men in the pulpit apologizing for tainted moneyJand saw sturdy church workers and men and women high in social life smiling and nodding their approval He found teachers in the Sunday School class talking about high ideals yet during weekdays they were practicing low ideals He was falsely taught In the church in the Sunday School room in the home and in everyday life a thousand barkers for low ideals and sham success assailed his oars with their clamor In his wanderings be found men whom he had been taught toreverence actively engaged in or passively cloaking vul Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the of the ear There is only one way to cur deafness Iud that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of till Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it it entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cnies out of ten are caused by Catarrh winch is noth lug but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused hr catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh Cure Send ior circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists ISo Take Halls Family Pills for constl pation Make our Store your Meeting Place when in Lexington Especially During the Coming Fair and Trots We are members of the Merchants Association of Lexington which refunds your railroad fare if your cash pur chases amount to 2500 or more from members of the Asso ciation and provided that this railroad fare does not amount to more than 250 The best business houses in Lexington are members of this Association so you cau easily purchase a sufficient amount to pay your fare ROW t gar schemes of robbery He found high government officials only too will Jn ing to desert their posts of duty and honor and enter the service of public plunderers And Into bis ears was con- tInually poured the story of millions amassed Make money That was the watchword of the hour Men did get possession of it and with more consistency in than wisdom we took stock ol their creation however doubtful itmay be It has been instilled into youth ful minds by parents and guardians and the elementary virtues of private individual life were entirely forgotten That is the reason so many young men and women go estray It has become an American Ideal tof become rich and powerful and we have erected the greatest golden calf of any nation of any age But we are now beginning to see and realize that it is something sinster and threatening And the more conservative have begun to revile the golden calf The creature that we have created and encouraged eweof an infuriated bull and the coldness of the yellow metal of which it is made Finding the money ideal the wrong and highly dangerous to our institu tions Americans with wise consistency are now clamoring and insisting on a higher ideal Of course there are thons ands who still insist that the divine right of kings is to be succeeded by the divino right of millionaires and mul timillionaires regardless of the weal or woe of the great army of common peoplethe bonA and sinew of the Na tion But the masses are slowly turn ing their attention to the ideal of public service They are tired of the I idol that has been constructed wit blood money and see a newer and bet ter ideal exemplified in the men who are exposing the corruption and unfair ness which permitted this idol to be constructed This ideal which is the outgrowth of selfishness and fostered by Americans has become very odious to the finer sensibilities implanted in men It is an ideal now happily in its death throes The people at last are beginning to realize there is no sub stantial progress without the conutan elevation of the moral standard THE yellow fever situation in New Orleansjis encouraging but in other places ii Is very discouraging Help a Child to rind a Home The Kentucky Childrens1 Home So ciety has grown to be one of the great est child saving agencies in America The success of the work is due to the good people of our State who have opened their hearts and homes to the homeless destitute children under our careSixty or seventy bright sweet chil dren are sent to us each month and it is necessary in order to provide for other neglected little ones to find good homes for the children now under our careHave you a child in your home If you have do you not think you could take another little one to raise and rear into good citizenship Will you not help us by giving a home or finding a home for a child of any age from infan cy to girls and boys of twelve years of ageThe Master said In as much as Yehave done it to one of the least of those Ye have done it unto me If you are interested in the work write for particulars to CIEOKOK L SEIIOX State Supt Room 515 asonic Bldg- LouisvilleJf Ky PERSONAL Miss Florence Chenault has been visiting in Lexington Miss Hattie Letcher is visiting in CincinnatiMrs S Crutcher has been visit ing in Lexington Mr Julian Van Winkle of Danville was hero last week Mr I W Barnett has gone to Indian Territory on a visit Mr Lucien Patton is at home from an extended visit in the East Miss Issie Million will bo a student at Kentucky Universits this year Mr Jerry Powell will be a student this year at State College Lexington Mrs A P Allis has returned to Paris after a pleasant visit to relatives hereMiss Mary Scott has returned to State College where she will finish this year Mr and Mrs W R Letcher have Montgomeryin Misses Bottle French and Alma Lackey are at home from a visit to CynthianaMrs Martin of Conway has been visiting Mrs J C Chenault on tforth street Miss Ann DeJarnott of Richmond is the guest of Mrs T C Willis Jessamine News Hon R W Miller has returned from Shelbyville where ho visited ilr C M Lewis Mrs Charles Breck and Miss Jane reck are at home from a visit to Baker City Oregon guestmssMitchell of Winchester Miss Elizabeth Miller has returned to Indianapolis after a pleasant visit Mr and Mrs A D Miller f Mrs H T Daniel has returned to Danville to resumeher work in the Deaf and Dumb Institute Shirley Wilson the young son pi Mr and Mrs L T Wilson is criti colly ill with typhoid fever Mr W L Bybeo of Somerset parentsLieMrs David H Myers and daughters are at homo from Chautauqua N Y where they spent the summer Mrs J W Derringer and son John Chenault are visiting her brother Thornton Jones in Covington MaryCatherincWhite ington to enter Hamilton College Mr H L Wallace of Paint Lick has been engaged to open a new bank at West Liberty Morgan county Mr and Mrs Tandy Chenault of Shelby county are visiting relatives and frienos in the city and county Mesdames Flora and Powers arc theyIRegisternianyfriendsMiss Kathleen Poyntz has returned from Mt Sterling where she visited Mrs Ann Bean and Mrs J F Reynolds Mrs Newton Combs and little son have returned to Lexington after a visit to her mother Mrs J W Smith this city Mrs Rose Jarman is in Danville helping to nurse ono of Sir Bland Ballards children who is ill with ty phoid fever Hon J Tevis Cobb has returned from Winchester where he assisted tho defense of B F French jn his trial for contempt of court i Mr Eli B Evans of Rosswdll New MexIco has been here visiting rein tives and attending to the sale of his property which occurred last week Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville after spending the summer at Crab Orchard Springs came up last week ojr a short visit to Miss Bessie Turley Misses Theo Hemphill and Irene Romans left Tuesday for Richmond Miss Hemphill will teach music an J Miss Romans will enter schoolLan caster Record Mr and Mrs John W Fox and Mrs Richard Fox have returned to Dawson Georgia after a visit of sev ral months to Mr and Mrs M A in the county Mrs Z T Rice entertained at six oclock dinner Friday in honor of her cousins Misses Theo Hemphill and Irene Romans of Lancaster who are cennected with the Madison ifemata InstituteMr Chenault Sr is quite ill at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary He is suffering from a general breakdown of his entire system The many friends of this genial gentleman will be pleased to hear of his improvement and recovery The following announcement from the CourierJournal will be Interest ling here where the Guerrant family so well known Dr and Mrs E O Gnerrant of Wilmore Kyan nounce the engagement of their daughter Miss Anne Gnerrant to Mr Norvin E Green of this city The wedding will take place October 18 at the home of the brides parents tt An engagement announcement of much interest here is that of Miss Jane S Watson of Frankfort to Mr Francis W Herrick Clay of Pitts burg Pa The wedding will occur October 12 at the brides homo and will be quite a social function Miss Watson is the oldest daughter of Mrs Henry Howe Watson and is one of Frankforts favorites Mr Clay for merly lived here being a son of Mrs Mary B Clay He is a brilliant young lawyer and is rapidly gaining prominence in Pittsburg Satisfaction guarantecl For sale by by PERRY THOMAS D YQtJ WANT A IIQM If so we can furnish you oneany kind you want We have for sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses business houses and business propo sitions If You Want a Farm write us what kind of a place you are looking forwhat size what improve ments where located how much you are willing to invest and any other pertinent information We have farms of all sizes character and prices and we are certain to interest yon if you are on the market A postal card will bring you one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Co R E YOUNG SR Pres Lebanon Ky Public Sale I will sell at public sale on Thursday Oct 51 05 at my late residence 2 miles on the Lexington pike at 10 oclock a m the following described property to wit 12 head of yearlings 9 head of 2yearold cattle 5 milch cows 2 year ling heifers yearling Heiford bull 4 bull calves 22 nxtra good work mules all tnare mules but three 1 brood mare 7years old 1 yearling saddle mare yearling mare mule 1 weanling mare mule 2 McCormick binders 2 corn planters with check rows at tachments 4 crass seed strippers 2 disc wheat dr Us cultivators 4 double shovels 1 mowing machine 1 hay rake 1 corn crusher and pawe 1 disc jlow 5 Vulcan plows 1 Sandal harrow Thomas harrow 1 corn marker 2 hurdles 1 corn shelter 3 cutting boxes 3 farm wagons frames and beds 1 fod tier sled 1 slop wagon 1 horse cart 1 carriage board 1 hog box 2 large lard kettles 5 sets oi stripper or cart harness 2 sets of buggy harness 3 sets of wagon harness 1 set of lead harness 8 sets of plow gear 15 collars 15 blind bridles 300 cotton wheat sacks 250 grass seed sacks 150 bushels applpinegartank 16 cattle 100 shocks of timothyhayments too nnmerors to mention Also household and kitchen furniture with some handsome carpets Terms made known on day of sale THOMAS D CHENACLT JR Long Tom Chenault Auc e rt1A large consumer of Coal is often troubled by the Ire quency with which he has to fill up again ItThe coal bin empties quickly when It has been flied with poor coal A few loads of our Red Ash Jellico or Beattyville will stop the trouble It is used in many home in this cityand county New customers get to bo regular ones as soon as they try our coal Ltaar ana Witt Office and Yard ai L N Depot j jjj1 A OUr fall Showing jt A i Deludes w r Exclusive Mqdels Designed C i Especially fqi bur Trade J- jr 7 English Felts and the Tommy At Kin Turban fox early wear J 5 f Tailored Costumes Coats and Skirts t Silk and Wqol Waists in plaids and dots i I Vi ExquIsite novelbes ickIases Combs- I J and BrlceIts tJ J 1 t Embry Co 141 fat Main Street c Lexington t Kentucky Telephone B H Tuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf I will rent for the year 1900 my farm at Runion Grove Address me at Waco Mrs Emma J Noble sep63t I ror Rent I A cottage on High street repentlv occupied by Mrs Akers Call on or address Mrs Elizabeth Cfrowe yForAn elegant house of seven rooms bath and water closet Hot and cold wattr and modern improvements good stable and abundance small fruits i Ap ply to Dr G W Evans 2t tor bale h I desire to sell my stock of general merchandis The goods are inS first class condition new and eatable and is one of the best country stands in the county For further injormatiou call on or address R R Harris a23 3m Peytontown Ky Farm For Sale I offer for sale privately my farm cf 250 acres more or less located 1 j miles north of Union City Apout ten or 15 acres in cultivation the balance in grass The farm is well watered hav ing a creek and several never failing springs Fencing and farm generally in excellent condition For further particulars call on or Abill1 aug23tf Union City Ky Are Yqu Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their digestions in good condition with Electric Bitters S A Brown of Ben nettsville S C says For years mywife suffered intensely from dys pepsia complicated with a torpid liver strength and vigor and became and mere wreckof her former self Then 1lIe tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and finally made hat untimely healthyHguarantees thorn at 60c a bottle A Cold Settled in his Kidneys A J Jennesse 9201 Butler St Chicagfc writes I am a switchman and am out in all kinds of weather I tooka cold which settled in my kid neys and I was in bad shape I tried several advertisedremedies with no benefit until I was recommended to try Foleys Kidney Curo Twothirds of a bottle cured me Sold by R C Stockton SaleIMy farm of 200 acres in Estill county on tiie Kentucky River 31 miles north east cf Collece Hill this county School house on corner of same Good neigh borhood good blue grass clover and corn farm Firstclass orchard Four never failing springs and a No 1 well in the yard Apply for terms to R G Engle- Richmond Ky Attacked By a Mob md beaten in a labor riot until cov ered with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in my family It writes G J Welch of Tekonsha Mich and find it perfect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at R C Stocktons drugstore farm tor Rent I desire to rent for the year 1900 about 275 acres of land with good dwelling thereon This land is a part of the firm now occupied by the undersigned and is about five miles east of Richmond on the Irvine turnpike 25 or SO acres of said land to go in corn 50 acres to co in wheat the remainder in grass Privilege to sow grain this fall possession Jan I UPG For particulars call on or address C H Maupin sepC 4t Richmond Ky Notice Your city tax bills lor the year 1905 are now due and in my bands for col lection 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 s6 4t Price 1 6cts per Bushel SOLD ONLY BY LR1Intou Coal Feed Salt Fire Brick and Clay Lime Cement and Plaster Materials RICHMOND KENTUCKY GROWS HAIR CURES DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR CRANI TONIC A Delightful Daily Dressing- If You Have Hair Troubles Write Tpday For Free Bottle and Advice Cranitonic Hair Food Co 640 Bway New York For Sale atU Druggists Special Sale at PERRY 81 THOMAS 6 6 rTwenty=five Years Experience t We use this method to bring before the public 1our line ofIJ v Staple and Fancy Groceries tincluding such brirads is the celebrated Ferndale- Canned Goods of all kinds White Star brandsT- vfoca and JavaiCoflees 5flnest 1Jf We also carryJ3 full line of Field Seeds Feed and Seed Oats Salt Lime and Cement 1 All Orders Pitomptly Filled J From time th time we ill offer bargains in 1this space that will be worthy of notice and in to secure the best goods the market affords the right prices you should read our advertise tat t weekly Covington Arnold 8 Bro J fr6j11 AGNE5 ALE 0ofRESIDENCE Aa Assigned of Mrs E flume the ned will seliat public outcry fu the highest biddo- nSaturday pt1605 at 230 oclock In tlhe ufternoionfthe following property upon the following- terms Onethird of the purchase money will he due and payable on the 31st day of December 1905 arid the remainder in two equal installments in and 12 months thereafter bearing legal inerest from January t 1JOG Purchuser will be required to execute notes with good security forpurchase 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 Ky1 situated at the corner of Lancaster and Breck Avenues fronting 214 feet more or less on Lancaster avenue and running back even width along Breck avenue 365 feet more orI less The improvements on said tract consists of the following 3AV H31SVONV1 214 feet C 0 0 0C Coo Ip 2- cI 2 S c 1 1IC1II g 214 feet g 254 feet g 214 feet One of the best apportioned and most commodious brick residences in the citycontaining four large rooms down stairs pantries kitchens porches etc and five latge comforta ble bedrooms up stairs besides an ex cellent bath room huge 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 lower gardenAlso at the same time and in the same manner Three Vacant Lots front ing on BreCk avenue immediately in rear of property just described These tots lay well each 65 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 thq plat here shown All of this property is on tract and is at present occupied by E B Hume It will first be ofiered for sale in parcels and then as a whole and if the aggre of the highest bids on the separate parcels does not exceed time highest bid on property as a whole the property will be sold as a whole Possession will be given January 1 1900 Sale will be conducted on the premises Harvey Chenault Assignee of Mrs Eugenia Hume Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer Goal Up while coal Is If you want to save a substantial sum on TOUr 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 price now and what it will be in a few short months Ring us up or call and talk it over with us B attyvill Cai- D I D R Freeman Mgr Phone J84 Yard Aspen av Sacrifice Sale quitbusinessYork Hence I offer at a sac rifice beginning June 1st my entire stock of goods olall superiorfollowing personal property My 2story brick residence 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 H xhallVat ican mare phaetonAll me will please call andsettle BW TURNER Richmond Ky Notice All rersons having legal demands against me are notified to present same to me at once for payment and Item this time forward all are warned not to sell to any person upoii my credit T D CHEXAULT JR August 17 1905a23ltBuy the best Seed Wheat and Letchlrk RDdI iiu1ii J m Lj L Ui J DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c The Florist Albert Agent for Honakers Flowers Telephone j 88 The above is a good likeness of the famous Dicks Blizzard Cutter Shredder JWith 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 wi cut and split fodder successfully at the same time and el vate it by air blast into your barn or silo It is the ms durable simpliest least complicated convenient fastest and saftest cuttershreduer made and requires less power i operate than any similar machine This machine can tH 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 accur ately We defy competition on our line of Farm Implement such as the Kentucky Disc Grain Drill Tornado and Tigf t Disc Harrows Oliver Plows Birdsell Wagons Dicks Hand t and Power Cutting Box and Hajran Gasoline Engines Wt will be pleased to show you our line when in town D1 B1 Shock lford Co We have a Special Grain Grower Fertilizer Quality Highest Price Lowest XGIGI II II X I WhatY 11makes Iand comfortable than some of four regular Porch and Lawn Furniture doorsiBut winter time is coming and you willwant Ito freshen up the interior of your homes We can show you all kinds of Furniture from the smallest j Odd Pieces I ofLr 51 paid to framing II Our Undertaking Department is up to date in every respectfi PW S OLDIIALM I t I m SEE i t P M Popethe Hardware man of Richmond about Dia mond Edge goods Every piece warranted Diamond Edge ww- Tiya Ax 1 Chopping wood may not be a pleasure ofitcDiarnondEdgef a iljt t J t Sy i iJij tbJ Some people have a notion that spring is thejonly time to buy a buggy Jp 3 i That notion is costing f i VVt JT ik We are making fall buying popular Let us tell you how Good picking in every de partment i V C F Higgins Y- t Telephone 232 The Richmond Climax liu WEDNESDAY abll U lW Plain and ornamnntal penmanship complete course at Kirksvillo School lotSeed Wheat Fultz and Harvest King for sale by Letcher Witt riovl Complete course in shorthand in 30 and days at Kirksville School fiG4t Dr L H Landman the optician will be at Hotel Glyndon Wednesday lug September 13 The C L Baldwin farm of 203 acrEI for was sold last week to John Masters for S2050 per acreinDan H Breck will insure or county property against fire HpMj nine and cyclone Eepl34t Shack Stephens colored aged 3G dropped dead at Valley View last stc troubleIDont delay a mmnte Cholera in fantutn dypentarv diarrhoea come suddenly Only safe is Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild StrawlJ berry always on hand Dr T S Allan one of Clark councl tys most prominent physicians died Monday at his home in Winchester of consumption Silas Weddle was tried before Judea Turpin last Saturday on a charge ol lunacy He was found to be of sound mind and was ordered to be sont to the County Poor House Shingles A lot oi extra good shincles for sale A pply to Jeff Stone phone 433 Box iupptr There will be a Box Supper at the Concord school house next Saturday evening September IGth Everybody is cordially invited sale of Lumber 30000 feet of good studding will be MId at public outcry Saturday Sept 2 16 at 10 ociockat HRxhall Stock Farmc Madison County Fair AssociationY Dying and Cleaning All work guaranteed Has given patisfactioti for years Clothing lists feathers and silks appecinlty At theI old reliable place lIeu Brecks All work neatly done First st sep33t Country Children Barred B On account of the very large at tendance of pupils at the Caldwell Ilipli School it has become necessary for the school board to barr all children who are not living in the City limits The school building during last year was enlarced more rooms being fitted up and even with these additions it is taxed to its utmostj Another Honor ror Our State Secretary 01 State McChesney has receivel a certificate of a gold medal awarded Kentucky by the Louisann Purchase Exposition on Forest Woods Oilly last week we published a notice of the hronZA medal awarded to the Waco Brick and Tiling Co Indeed Kentucky ranks with the first in her rich exhibits and we should glory in our own Blue Grass State Coming to WchmonJ About Monday September 18th t Richmond will have a visitor in the person of Sailor Jeon This unique personage beats the distinction of haying undertaken the longest and most remarkable trip on foot in the history of the world Since April 1st 1003 be has walked over 17000 miles and his journy will continue until October let 1900 He is walking and pushing his Trolleyfitte to every State Capitol in the United States a distance of 22 000 miles at the conclusion of which he will publish a book of his travels entitled Sailor Jean and his Trolley ette This remarkable tourist will be in Richmond Monday September 18th Important To those who are thinking of put chasing lots in Paden Indian Territory will say I have baen ordered to rush any business and close up all contracts at the earliest possible date When we close our business in this section if yon have been fortunate enoneh to buy a aw lots at tho low prim of 10 each von will lie the lofor On the day of the ipcnini we Ftand ready to refund the purchase price if YU are dissatis fied The lots we are now offering for SiO six mouths from now will com nvind high prices and you will he for tunate if you can buy them at200 each The railroads are greatly interested in onr town and it is going to grow rapid I Buy s few lots and start with 10 wnUespectfnlly Frank Leslie General Sales A ent- RichmOlli1 1 2nail blood and indigestion are u uv enemies to uuriifivkgooa ti I i atruyg them Inn n Breck Fire Life and sod lant Insurance 8epl24t A little life may be sacrificed to t Hidden attack of croup if you dont to iayp Dr Thomas Electric Oil on hand the emereency ISuit Compromised Tho damage suit of Misses Loretta tMacein Howard against the city of titaffin of a sidewalk in front of the lat tors hnsiness house was compromised 2100 The suit was for 15000 tinjuredEquipments Arrive tThe mounted squad of tceivedYork which consists of saddles bridles iii This squad is a result of last ttllide on horseback Regular drills will held and this mounted company 1 wilt an important feature at the ConIIto be held in Paris next May Dissolved Partnership Messrs Jackson Roberts by mu 1 tnal consent have dissolved partner ship in the practice of law Mr Jackson c will continue the piactlce in the office heretofore occupied bv the firm Mr Roberts has formed limited part nership with Mr J A Sullivan and will aso do an independent practice I He will occupy an office next to Mr Sullivans in the State Bank Trust Company Building Jackson Roberts will wind up together the business they now have on hand The Evans Sale As advertised the sale of Mr E B Evans took place last Thursday with Long Tom Chenault as auctioneer The followingstock was disposed of yearold cattle 4c per pound mule GiJ per head one pair unbroke 2 horse mules 225 one 3yeari old broke horse mule U50 one 5year old mule 125 sheep 450 to 480 per head milch cows S25 to 35 Corn brought 150 per barrel in the field Hogs went from 55C to GOO per hundred All the household and kitchen furniture brought good pricesI f trench Fined 5000 For Contempt ot Court In the Clark County Circuit Court B F French was fined 5000 for cone tempt of court The charge grew outI of his alleged attempt to bribe certain witness to leave Winchester and not testify in the Marcum damage suit in which Mrs J K Marcum was suing tor 100000 damage on the charge of conspiring in the assassination of her husband The jury returned the verI diet at 10 toclock Saturday night as follows We the jury find the defendant guilty as charged and fix his punishment at a fine of 5000 L V Cockrell foreman tine Farm 6oll Mrs John Ilooe Russel bought Mon Ilay the R J White place on the Big Hill pike about three miles from Richmond containing 270 acres of land This is a splendid place beautifully located at the junction of the Big Hill and Speedwell pike with an elegant brick residence and valuable outbuildings Considering its loca Lion and tha richness of the soil and the valuable improvements thereon here is no place in the county more de sirable Mrs Russet is to be congratulated by her friends in procuring such valuable property and the exercise of such fine judgment in making a perinit nent and safe investment Richmond Ky Feb 9 IDOl Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 170 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to thin public Respectfully JOHN A RIDDLE A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won tier Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes snivel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rhenrna ism and nfl irregularities of the neys and bladder in men an women regulates bladder trouble i children If not 1I0hI by yur drug I will be sent by mall on receipt of fl- U One mall bottle is two months treat nent and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo- for testimonials Sold by aytrf S Home f Made Have your cake muffins and tea bis t cuit homemade They will be fresher f cleaner more tasty and wholesome Powder helps the house f Royal Baking f at home quickly and eco la wife to produce Pjnoimcally fine and tasty cake the raised S Jhotbiscuil puddings thefrosted layer cqokies crull rs crusts and f cake crisp muffins with wHich the readymade food J und at the bakeshop or grocery does i Snot compare f ifRoyal is the greatest of bakeday helps G POWDfRcONCWY t t 3 OVAL MKIN J ii iit NTDNt 4L RAIN COATS- For3Rain Shine Wear Splendid coats in all weights chemically treated so they like a ducks back No rubber no odorjust a fall and iwinter overcoat with the added advantage of being practically water tproof The 4 Kentons U are shown in a wealth of attractive fabrics all q carefully handmade with broad shapely shoulders close clinging collars and graceful skirts so characteristic of perfect tailoring Kenton Rain Coats 1Jt 1250 to 2500Other Coats 500 650 800 1000 1 New Fun potsI Time to throw away your faded straw and get under one of our brand new fall styles Easy to find in our big stock just what you want Best brands to choose mRoelofs Youmans Mundheim Pioneer Heddin and Stetson 100 to 500 r COVINGTONBig Col J W Caperton has rented toE ong Torn Chenault the following plendid real estate for the year l06mel Us home place of acres known 8SIy Woodlawn all in grass just outside who f the city limits on the Rig Hill pike vith a splendid brick dwelling excel has barn and out buildings and with low hest private garden in the county say Vlso 200 acres to go in corn 100 ncrei in cheat and 50 acres in meadow Mr and rhomns E Baldwin gets 200 acres of crass land All of tins land lies on thedel rtig Hill pike on the West side run the linp to Duncans Lane opposite the R 3d White residence the west to the Stanford branch railroad It is all His pleudidly fenced and has abundance been good water and in the opinion of rood judges no better or more productive tract of land for corn hemp to awo wheat or other small grain or for new raziti purposes can be found in the ouuty or State l John Fritz Kills tIck Beitheraee John Fritz a young merchant ofa Iace shot Richard Deatherage an each ighteenyearold negro boy through he heart Tuesday killl hun instantly Peatberage requeBtedSn 3 tee n pennies in exchange for sp md being informed bv Fritz that heEl culd not spare theaa became angry nd began to use abusive language toward Fritz who struck the negro J with a clod Deatherage became more has enraged and departed for his home ome distance away to get with the avowed intention of killinjl1 tritL Deatherage procured sht iun and was seen by Fritz as heaphI preached the store through a cornfield and as the negro was in the aCIfr of shooting Fritz fired the bullet pene rating Deatherages heart killing him fritz immediately gave himself up to he authorities and was promptly ac initted at his preliminary hearing Before Judge Turpin Thursday Complete New Schedule on L N According to n statement made by General Passenger Agent F U Carr twelve new passenger trains will be pui on the L N in the immedate viclni ty of Lexington on September 18th These new trains will answer a long IIOntilllled cry of people for more trams 11 Inter service and connections uia new schedule will be of ereat eneGt to Richmond people sluice there will be a train from Winchester hich reaches this city at 910 a m and leaves here at 1255 prn arriving it Stanford at 222 p m Returning leave Stanford at 225 pm and arrive in Richmond at 350 p m This ecbeJ ule to new trains that will be itputietitleraveling public and splendid connec lions will be made for either north orI southbound passengers i Locked up For a Good Cause atAnoccurred recently in the Kingstonlo ofcahity totheofplacetight from his dreaming r j IionluslonvesiRHtion he found an intrud v evi dently alter his neighbors chjpkeD8 tiThethe door of his hen house out a word securely locked thetHoon leaving the thief to spend therand- er of the night with the t tribe When mornisWeaahutII ness was again 55and and with hauging head ilbar7efullowed to sneak his w1k t r Hi i a mortified lieonparty names could not he QI sCx the above w ueport 8 an absolute truth 7 tLA t 1 II ff i i i iH i or that shed water of our paper are directed to notice carefully the new advertise that appear in this issue name 1st Covington Arnold Bro are among our oldest and best known grocers and whose reputation long baen for high grade goods and prices Read what they have to 2d Edgar Blanton who is fast becoming one of onr citys leading coal lumber dealer His yards are located on Third st near the L Aa aid his customers are accorded utmost courtesy and promptness L R Blanton whose name is a synonym for nil that is progressive coal yards on Main st have long one of Richmonds prominent Industries He handles also feed lime cement salt etc all which his adver tells you Read these three ads and profit thereby Itttrcsllnj Services The revival services at the First Presbyterian Church are attracting crowds and the greatest interests being manifested Services are held afternoon from 8 to 4 and in the evening at 730 Rev J Addison of St Louis is a most earnest and a man of great learning sermons are feasts of reason yet- told so simply that a child can under stand The singing is a feature of the services A large choir is led by Mr V Logan Jr of Louisville who received a warm welcome at the bands ot old friends and acquaintances Logan is possessed with a wonder sweet voice and at each service slugs a solo Everybody is invited attend Come ont and bring your with you FAMOUS BANDI Music Will E aFeature of Ble State Fair It was naturally desired bv the man- agoment to secure the best band to ha hail in the United States for Ken tuckys Big State Fair to be held at Lexington next week Sept 1823 Im mediately after his election Secretary Ban took this question up and got into touch by correspondence with the various representative musical organi zaijons It was decided by the board asliercontract with the famous PUBS Band This is an aggregation of some 45 musicians the best that money could get together The leader Mr J S Dues is a young man whose hobby is music linearly became multimillionaire and since the acquirement of his wealth has devoted his time and his labors to securing and perfecting the best band in America In no instance has he let money prevent his getting thi best possible talent On one con cirt tour lie took the famous grand opera singers Nordics and De Reszfce In1ie band which Mr Dues will bring to Kentucky is cortaiu to prove one of ttie greatest attractions At the fair And it will no dout briBft him late further iayor and prowi ace M A leader a custom at to offer reduced rates to guests during them fall months This season of the year finds Estill more gorgeously beautiful little than at any other The air is so crisp and fresh that even the most fatigued cant help but feel rejuvenated Everything ia is glorious there now There are village quite a number of guests sojourning at Estill during these pleasantfall days The best of service is rendered them and the beauty and grandner of the of place are fit subjects for the poets penL or artists brush Mr W R like the genial host will be glad to answer whichall inquiries if yon address him at n Irvine Kyof A Beantilnl TownSA beautiful town in the heart of aanI flue agricultural country is not only an ideal place to live but property rarely ever depreciates in value If yon are fortunate enough to buy town lots in aont place of this kind at 40 each you are The sure to make good money on the in Mr vestment Paden Indian Territry inou the beck Nation and located on the Fort Smith and Western R R and the new line of road the Battle Ax K R Is one of the finest townsites in the Territory It has every facility to Mr make a thriving cit It is near the Ncrth Fork of the Canadian river the which Is known throughout the coun for try as the most productive section of the entire Southwest Paden is a healthful place having the highest alti tude of any town along the Fort Smitb And and Western R R All lots in the town are uniform size every lot faces seat the street and has an alley in the rear no street less than 80 feet wide many our 100 feet wide At present there are 300 people located at Paden There is a the bank cotton ginone of the largest III pi the Creek Nation lumber yard implement depot two general stores drugstore livery stable newspaper etc Lots never sold for less than f50 and as In high as fi50 each We are now offer lug a few choice lots at UO each Buy is a few lots while you can Only a limi ted number left and time limited 01 these For particulars call on or ad ofdress Frank Leslie Russell General Soles and Colonizing Agent Lock Box 393 Richmond Ky J L Mjger EJs His 0wn Life at The Eojle Mouse Considerable excitement was caused last Thursday when it became known that J C Bigger had committed suicide in his room at the Bugle House Mr Bigger together with his uncle- S M Tourney travels for tbeCincinnati Stamping Company The two arrived I in this city at nron Thursday over thr r4t A and were driven at once to the above named house where they registei Not feeling well Mr Burger re fused dinner and went to hits room where he lay down for while Hii uncle upon inquiring as tQ his lion found him writing at the table and upon being told that be would soon be down Mr Tourney went out to allwas upon some customer little ngThe that upon his return he would find his nephew cold in death After finishing the letters which were to his motheI his brothers and Miss Ora Stagg Lawrenceburg he neatly folded rcontiterpanetaking oT his coat and tying a towel around his neck he deliberately stretched himself out and ended his own life bv placine II 38 calibre Ivthl er in his mouth and sending the contents crashing through hula brain From all appearances death was instantaneous No cause is assigned for his horrible deed save ill health over which the young man had become despondent Deceased was 30 yearslor age and was a son of Mm J F Bigger fofThomas Bigger who attended Centr i University here The unfortunate young man left a note stating that hI had money enough to settle all he owe The Coroners jury returned a verdict of suicide His body was shipped to Harrafeburg Friday far istemeHt 1ff I Jf i ij Fail and Winter Styles IN KNTON SUITS The brand Kenton on a suit stands for ex cellence in the highest degree a mark of dis tinction that never appears on a cheap garment Nothing but th finest fabricsr carefully hrndmade by skilled tailors can ever be found bearing ttu lable UKntont an easy and safe guide to the finest readytowear clothing m Ide equal in fit and workman 4R I ship to the best custom work Our new fall and winter styles are ready in wide variety of beautiful patterns both single and doublebreasted in sizes to fit men of every shape and buil- dKenton Suits 15 18 20 2250 i Other Suits 1250 10 8 650 5 Hanan and Walk= Over Shoes Best shoe team in the world Hanans the finest made at any price iand WalkOvers the finest at 350 to 4 All the finest leathers andnewest lasts in sizes and shapes adapted to every foot A big stock of fine shoes at lower prices as well as heavy winter footwear of every kind for both men and boys some of Our Hdrhborsoffil Concluding to go to Danvllle IUn ounted Trustv and was soon hRs speeding southward towards that nicea city There The first place of interest en route Paint Lick This is a thriving little dense situated half in Madison tine Garrard counties The next andtJ Lancaster a town of some two ot people and is the county seat There is one feature about jlelIsa large court in the center of store is a small park surrounded with iron fence Mr Frank White one the oldest printers in the United hveethere He ie 86 years old City still works at his trade He was a night Mexican veteran and was born near Berea this county and was reared in read Richmond He was a compositor on of the oldest papers of our cityth Farmers Chronicle published by Joseph Turner in 1832 Several of former citizens reside here Wm Rice WherreM former County Clerk of Mr Garrard and Tom Wherrett present Deputy County Clerk also Zimmer tbebaker and Mnlfinger the butcher ers Robert Tomlinson is a prominent of lawyer and was a staunch supporter in the Legislature for Senator McCreary the United State Senate DANVILLE Danville is one of Kentuckys oldest best cities It has population ol about five thousand It is the county of Boyle and is one of the richest small counties in the State Some of former citizens reside here Will- Iam m Dave and Ed Rowland sons of late Sidney Rowland a former eminent merchant ot our city Mrs Della Kenney nee Ramsey whose husband Allen Kenney and Gentry operate one of the largest planing mill Central Kentucky Mrs Mary Walden nee Smith whose husband also in the milling business Mr Thorn pa Ramsey and wife also Col Morris Lone and wife superintendents the colored deaf mute school Col Long is a collector of rare coins anc curios sent to him by people from all parts of the world This is indeed a city of simile trees and is situated in close proximity to the beautiful Cum berland mountains It has been a center of education for nearly a cen fury and some of Kentuckys prominent men were educated here Professor Logan and Blanton formerly of Cen tint University of this city are located here It has an excellent city school building and female academy The city owns its water works the water being supplied from Dicks River soire five miles distant and also owns its electric plant One of the oldest IIbrick buildings in time state is located In this city It was built when Ken tucky was a county of Virginia and once the Capitol of the State school for while and colored deaf is located here and our state does a grand work in educating those unfortunates The buildings are sub fstlutial brick structures and the btgrounds are ample and kept beautifully There are no saloons in Danville and it is a city of churches Between here and Danville the scenery is simply beautiful At the highest elevations Cumberland mountains loom up to view and appear charming in the near distance I visited Linietta Springs located at Shelby City The water is excellent oeing impregnated with iron sulphur and alum It is owned by a grandson Jf Governor Shelby Kentuckys first Governor and ho is closely related to Col I Shelby Irvine of this city The grounds of Centre College are Iovered with dense forest or shade tress and the drives are well niacada mlzed and the walks are laidIn etaent iMand Mallard ot mc city Is still heWisg tbefoitin Uade S iwrevsnue 1 t city is the best sprinkled in the States After the sprinkler done his work the streets look like cloudburst had struck the city are many good homes or brick residences with very large yards and shade But there are none as as Col Kuck Watts and Col I helby Irvines of our city EDwIN BROWS Scratch scratch scratch unable to attend to business during the day or during the night Itching piles plague Deans Ointment Never fails At any drug 50 cents Council Proceedings The regular monthly meeting of the Council was held last Thursday with a full attendance The minutes of the August meeting were and adopted and the different reports were heard and turned over to Finance Committee Permits to build a store room and a residence were granted to Messrs Sam and Creed Gott respectively Z T Rice in behalfof the School Board asked for a voucher stating that there would be a pay day for the teach before the next meeting A voucher SI XO was given to him In as much as contrat with the Richmond Electric and Power Company called for thirtyfive lights instead of thirtyfour Mayor TevIs stated that he had not signed the same consequently a motion was made that their representative appear at the October meeting and explain same to the Council Buy you Seed Wheat from Letcher Witt novt BANKSr ttkDEATHS ADAMS After an illness of pulmonary trouble Mr Chales Adams died Friday at his home near Berea Deceased was about 25 years old and was a son Mr William Adams The re mains were brought to this city for interment Sunday TODDMr Henry Irvine Todd diedt1 last Wednesday at his home in the eastern part of the city after an ill ness of Brighta disease Deceased was about seventy years of age He is Bur vived by a wife and one son DeIceased was a brother to our well known contractor Mr James Todd His Lurial occurred Thursday at two oclockIHAKIMS News has been received here of the death of C O Harris which occurred on August 27th at his home in Alexandria La Deceased who was t5 years ot age was a native of this county having been born here in 1840 His death was due to heart trouble with which he had suffered for sevral vears Mr Harris was married twice his second wife surviving him also several children He leaves a host of relatives in this State In speaking of bis death an Alexandla La paper prominentfaintlyKentucky He came to Rapidea short prominentmocracy to get this State out of the hands ot the Radicals He will be buried under the auspices of Pelican oftwas a strict member of the Christian church here and took a lending part fn its organization His remains will he buried in Mt Olivet cemetery by the side ofhis first wife and a brother Little Love Stories Mr James D Hendren and Miss Margaret J McCollum both of Bores were married last week Mr Thomas lortwood and Miss Bettie Cain of Waco were married last Thursday by Elder A J Trlbble Thomas L Kurby of Rice Station Miss Nannie Truett of Panels were united in marriage last week by Judge Turpin Mr C C Newby of this county anti Miss Alice Ilelvy of Spears Jessamine county were married last Wednesday inCovingtonThe e of Mr Walter J Stuirt and Miss Emma Warford on last Saturday morning was the culmination if a happy courtship The wedding oca iherdthem one The happy couple left tlltfe same morning for Louisville whr1j they spent sey ral days The brid who is an attractive young woman Ie a native of Estill county but has fur sometime been livine with her parents in this city The groom is a native of this county and for a period covering sixteen years has been the valued fore man at the Richmond Carriage Works He is a most exemplary young man and is highly deserving of the young woman of his choice The high esteem in which he is held by his em ployer Mr S L Midkiff and fellow workmen speaks well of his merit Mr and Mrs Stuart have rooms with Miss Bittie Ballard on Third street where they are at home to their friends Tim Climax extends hearty congratulations and best wishes Im 757I 7Fm7I j WEAR MADEtoMEASURE AND BE THOROUGHLY SATISFIEDm 7It costs but a trifle more than to wear good readymade clothes and the added H i satisfaction is well worth the slight ex llitra expense To open the Autumn season we are showing an elaborate assortment of 1 r splendid worsteds cheviots thibets rtweeds etc of most exclusive patterns and effects and handsome fashion plates mof the new Autumn and Winter styles specially designed by the smart New York custom tailorsiliFL 71BSTERNEXCLUSIVE CUSTOMTAILOR- SNEWYORK 1 whom we represent here After you make a SeleCtionwe will take your ffimeasure and B Stern Son will make tl J for you clothes of which any man might be proud and you will find our price S9 VliX less than you would have to pay any other good tailor for equal fabrics and I workmanship Bear in mind that every garment will be made strictly to your finishedIjjlc ale precisely as you want it m showing4iH 7 RICE and ARNOLD2JL THE ONE PRICE HOUSEy 4 39 U p yJ V a1c 7Et9 I 7If A li 11LLloc Jo L A I LACKEY 4ANDb t riAMILTONWill C9htinuerTo Give f jJ SPEGifiL F8 ON GOODS Always The Best Fbr Thp Least Price IYT y y ij TY IT 6ISjiI I YIeJ IeIe i r I Xr teT IIereI eIeXe IelA A AWdf7 A A = There is nothing like MOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biscuits 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 WACO KENTUCKY DENTAL STTRGEBY DT 1eee t on o DENTiST OP LOOISVILLB KY rOmce next door to Government Building IcbmSnd Ky Office hours9 to 121 to 4 nov7ly V M Blanton DENTIST MOffice iu Bennett Building ljanly TELEPHONE 196 For Rent Nice store room on Second street suitable for grocery or other line of merchandise Apply to Judge J C Cluuiaiilt or this office tf Special Rates Via L N Special rates in eilect via L N railway on eachWednesday 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 case will the limit bo later than Oct 31 Limit days from date of sale Account National Encampment Graid Army of the Republic tickets will be sold to Denver Colorado Springs or Pueblo Col Aug 29 to Sept 12 S2G3ii for the round trip DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Sept 13 1905 fi r c r cr r Furniture Carpets bnyjIt will prove to pour advantage to see our before J ing Bed Room Suits Folding Beds Wood Beds Iron SofatJj Bed Lounges Side Boards liaR Racks Chairs I Extension Tables Center Tables Cooking Stoves CarpetsJ t Mattings Rugs Lace Curtains Floor Oil Cloth Refriger itators or almost needed in the home at prices and 1 terms to suit the purseJtt Cash or Easy Terms I 4maiz cc J1ginsM- ainj street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky 0 r I 412 Wilk Baxter 412 Factory Agent for Wall Paper Paints Glass etc I have secured tho agency for the Fr Beck Co of New Yock and Chicago the largest manufacturers of the best WALLPAPERS in the werld 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 412 Richmond Ky I Remember Paper and Borders Cost Same Price T I wa tMessrs Suit Bratton 5the polite and energetic of the 6 5 iproprietors Racket Store t are now showing some rofof the y t handsomest China ever brought to this city They are also exhibiting 1i some very exquisite pattern in v vt Genuine Cut Glass tTheir general stock comprises ev 1+ erythinc of use to a housekeeper t Remememberthe Racket Store when in need of beautiful Queensware and Cut Glass JI f JiOh Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Donrs 830 to a m 2 to 4 pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice Amos KesTele525 KICHMON KY R W MILLER Arroa1csTATLAw- RICmOND EBSICCXT Office n the Barnam Building next door to timers National Bank eMljr 8STJT iT iIV AJSJ ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0tS Dl OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennett old law office over Perry Thomas drug store D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY Whereas Thousands of American People Have unqualifiedly indorsed Para cainph First Aid to the Injured as a safe sure and quick relievingand healing agent it is absolutely guaranteed that every bottle of the same will do exactly what is claimed for it in the circular which is wrappedaround the bottle- Paracamphisa combination of soothing cooling healing oils and refined camphor prepared with utmost accuracy from absolutely pure drugs by a special process Paracampli is far more useful m your home than vaseline witch hazel arnica salves or liniments because when applied it goes direct to the aches and pains drawing out the fever and inflammation byiuducin perspiration I know posi it will quickly relieve and cure Rheumatic Swellings Neuralgia Nasal Catarrh Cold in the Head Sore Throat Sore Chest Croup Itching andBurning of the Skin Sore Feet Swellings and all In flammations Paracamph heals Bums and Cuts without leaving ugly scars It is an absolute preventive of Blood Poisoning Paracamph is the only safe sure doctor dayinguaranteed to do exactly what is claimed for it or the money will be refunded- Sold only in 25c COc and 100 bottles at all good druggists or sent direct upon receipt of price Dont accept any sub stitute There is nothing that will compare with Paracamph- E B Spicer General Manager The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky FOR SALE BY Perry and Thomas An hour lost in the morning has to be run after all day OLD JOEWHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 55 II 44jugs 260 5II bottles f3 gallonOrders WILEY SEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er nevlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F+ Enright First Street Jff Salesman E c BOGUS oCt no aa r rr Diamonds Watches Cocks l CutglassAll Jewelry J and Precious Stones I twerydescription These are some of the LanesJewelry watch or clock refuse to go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring A needs resetting take it to tooIfyon Ican be found in a first class Jewelry establishment fixedin j LE Lane c Jewelerand Optician f S B H Luxon d Bro have the nicest lot of timothy hay in Madison county QMI ea thsm whest us Md Sth 1 kk t a aa aa a aa as FOR J r t SAIJEt t 2oo Blue Grass Farms and Valuable Town Property Tne Richmona Real Estate Agenoy f i 41orNo 700A fine dairy farm of 53 acres just out side city limits of eightroomdouble basement and water works large stock barn new 64x100 portion ar ranged especially for dairy Well wateied and fenred all in grass a line location Price and terms reasonable No 70177 acres fine blue grass land two and onehalf miles from Richmond on one of the best pikes in the county dwelling of live rooms large stock barn splendidlywatered- good neighborhood and is certainly beap at the price f7650 per acre No 702120 acres of firstclass land two miles from Richmond all in grass is very productive and adopted to the growth of any of the cereals common to this county Well watered and fenced The improve ments consist of a handsome frame residence of ten rooms in splendid repair all necessary outbuildings a large stock barn almost new Tills is a line place well improved and equipped and just the right distance from town No 703117 acres on good pike threefourth mile from town The land has been in blue grass for years and is adopted to the growth of hemp tobacco corn or wheat has good fencing and an abundance ol stock water A seven room new cottage house with bath good cellar all other necessary outbuildings This one is located just right and is sure to please jou No 704105 acres land all in bluegrass fine sod onehalf mile from Richmond small residence of rooms good stock barn is well wa tered and fenced and will be sold worth the money No 705145 acres two andone half miles out on one of the most popular pikes leading into Richmond Residence is a tenroom frame modern in construction and has all need ed conveniences All smaller out buildings and two good stock barns perrectof 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 on i good pike all in blue grass except garden good orchard residence o r six rooms and all necessary outbuildings A part of this land is virgin soil and most all will produce hemp or tobacco This is a rare opportunity to get a fine farm as this kind is seldom offered for sale Terms easy No707113 acres tobacco land one mile from Paint Lick Ky one Miird in grass balance crop two ten goodtper acre Terms easy and possession to suit purchaser No 708257 acres land on pike ten miles from Richmond Good ten acre tobacco barn stuck 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 fln neighborhood and good schools ant churches in the village of Kirkaville Residence adjoining can be sold with landNo nOlib acres about onehalf mile from city limits all in grass well watered by ponds and brooks fencing good sixroom dwelling good cistern orchard garden and stable everything in firstclass condition and cheap at loo per acre Terms easy No 711294 acres about two mlles from Richmond with elegant ten room residence tobacco and stock fencingPossession Price 15500 Easy terms grouhemporRichmond The farm is nearly all everydetailof ten rooms good barnes and out buildings stock scales plenty of water fencing firstclass This farm Is a fino producer and will pay well on your investment Easy payments 613150 acres spendld land 7j miles north of Richmond in one of the richest sections of Madison coun ty and on a good pike A splendid residence of eight rooms in good re pair two barns splendid young or chard well watered and fenced A nice homo andn good larm Price 90 per acre 714 100 acres unimproved land all In Trass 8 mIles from town This moneyIsold on long tim- eTown Property Wt 11IIwosd OMWf ngrw I k i ii withelegant brick residence of ten rooms bath and cellar good crn modious stable poultry house and other outbuildings good garden and some fruit located on oqa of best lesidence streets in Richmond price 45oo Terms liberal No llol Nice twostory sixroom residence on a good street near center of the city lot 45x2oo feet good stable and garden residence is in verydesirable No Ilo2 Twostory brick resi dence of ten rooms on West Main street kitchen halls bath room and basement front and side porches metal roof and is nicely finished in all of its departments lot is 9ox4oo feet good garden stable and other outbuildings Will sell on easy term or trade for farm Inspection is in vited few opportunities to get this dnd No 1103 One acre lot with good sixroom house orchard stable and other outbuildings good garden in Kirksville Ky A good business point and has excellent schools and churches Agood farm can be sold in connection with this propcry- Harrodsburg No 8 5 acres of land and a 10 room brlc1t bargulnWater nenrtownproperly framedwellingDanville pike one mile from town Price low 48 A large It roOm dwelling blAck Ismith and wood fhop on and Lexington streets onLexingtonLarge and desirable home of the ttweihingof8or landvIhifoot front with dwelling ofllarrodsburgvation well watered by rnnning streams and 5 twotenantNo itt 309 acres near Danville pike 3 largewillofUarrodrburgbnggy house crib and diary Terms easy No 169 lit acres 2X miles from town ongood pike 10 room houieb rnwell fenced and watered unprovedand outbuildings No 193 acre hemp and tobacco land dwellingINo 385 acres good land on pike three weUfencedco barns per acre 201 413 acres blue grass land well fenced outbuildingsNo 202 498 acres well improved 4 milesout on good pike nearly nil in grass 62 acre pikelargeabundance of water SmilEsfromhouselargedivisions of 66 and 79 acres house to each Tarrodburg 4 acres adjoining sella with IL Price of Stat 100both ino nileofLarge frame dwelllngt barns I tobacco barn yellwatered tobaccolandgood tobacco barn well watered mileoutonLexingtonfrariiedwelling No 257 120 acres in Washington count Qutbuildinporchard 2S00rroomdwelling riverlandroom frame dwelling and Jarge barn Improve ments near pike KB per acre fromDanvilleroom dwelling barn etc Price 7iO No26rt acres on Salt riverfimlles out dwellingISSSacressflrstclasalandonpikimprovements improvements roomdwelling fencedIaces good improvement 6500 andbulldlnllllnNo 281 211 acres of dtt class land thrEe ofcultivation2 barns and outbuildings pikehandsomestock barns and two large tobacco birns brickdwellingNo acres on pike land fertile fivn outbulidlogsmllesoutlandrrodlletlvedwelling I tenant house barn outbuildings No2M 37 acres small tiToroomdtrellliiHJ30 per acre ofLancasterdwelling burn and outbuildings Price low No 2S4 205 acres 2 miles of Lancaster on IcNo297room dwelling XM rc h44sd4 4 H c t icx JJ 4 4 + ci 1 TrA a and Much of this land is bottom land and ertlle well Improved with 3 dwellings barns rod outtmilkine 8000 No 292 ill acres good tobacco land In ood state of cultivation good fencing and yell watered two glory 10 room dwelling two barns arid outbuildings Price J7250 No300 4 acres with 5 room cottage and tarn in town limits Price ilo aol 93 acres of first class land 4X D niles out on good plkeflne location live room Iwelllng barn ate1 well fenced and watered 170305 2 acres and good room cottage the Richmond Real Estate Agency Jllmrx bldg Richmond Ky by to or Roe A Curry Harrodsburtr Ky ieggetts Champion DRY POWDER GUNSw KILLS Tobacco Potato BuWormsI Effectively Economically and Quickly The most practical and economical din tributer of Paris Green and other dry powders on crops in the garden field vineyardEndorsed of tobacco and potato growers as tho best thing offered Covers two rows at once as fast as a man walks Descriptive circnlarand prices on appli cation One rood agent wanted for each County OUR SPECIAL LIST of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Bellows etc mall ed tree Wood Stubbs CoISEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY INEW YORK CLIPPERIS THEATRICAL ft SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 0 CU ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB co LId ALBERT i HORIErUBL18UEJtS Ku GSa YoU n New toal Firm I have opened up a coal business again at the same plane opposite Ice Plant where I have been located for six years the past year with the Bie Hill Coal Co I will handle some of the best grades of Jellico coal also the Brush Creek coal and I respectfully solicit a share of the patronage of the pocple of Richmond and Madison coun ty and shall endeavor to make my prices very attractive and will please you in the quality of coal Jet my prices beforebuyiuc your winter supply Telephone 93 augO 3m IL F BARKER Womens Woe Richmond Women May Get Relief at Last It docs seem that women have more than a fair snare of the aches and pains that afflict humanity they must keep upmust attend to duties In spite of constantly aching backs or headaches dizzy spells bearing down pains they must stoop over when to stoop means torture They must walk and bend and work with raking pains and many aches from kidney ills Kidneys cause more suffering than any other organ of the body Keep the kidneys well and health is easily maintained Read cf a remedy for kidneys only that helps and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by people you know Mrs Pamelia A Fletcher of Queen street Mt Sterling Ky says For years I had kidney complaint pains across the small of my back andover my kidneys dreadful aching in my back and I was sometimes so lame across my hips that I could not stoop and there was difficulty wIth the kidney secretions I used different medicines and prscriptlons which seemed at the time to relieve but Job tained no lasting benefit I read about Doans Kidney Pills and relative of mine got a box for me I used them as directed and they helped me in every way My back felt very much better and stronger and the an noyin and distressing kidney weak nes was greatly relived My blother Strother D Carrlngton of Paris Ky who had suffered a good many years With kidney trouble also used Doans Kidney Pills and found the result most beneficial Dnans Kidney Pills are certainly worthy of recommendation Plenty moro proof like this from Richmond pcopleCaU at B L Middlotons drug store and ask what his customers report Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Yosdle agents for the United States Remember the name Doane and take no other The oven can afford Ito wsyt for the cake but not the cake for the Oven Escaped Death experiencefor takingDrsin for some violent and dangerous stomach or bowel inflaiuation The puritieativewithout any equal in the science of medicine Sold by Perry Thamas at 50c and 100 Money back ii it fails All articles to be fried should be thoroughly dried and slightly warmed i Got Off Cheap He may welt think ho has off cheapwho after having contrackd constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly restore his health Kingsqcwcer care COil t9ILjSngt 1i5 j ti k o itS i A FAMILIAR FACET- helikencssofDKWD CALDVBLI appears on every package of Dr Galdwells SYRUP PEPSIN reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipation Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches and revere Caused by Bowel and Stomach din ttniers Every genuine package Is distinguished this trade mark Your druggist will be gUll sell you either the or 5100 size Sold by Perry Thomas IWhy dont you fence your farm your old cow at home Some ill say what fence must to buy Uncle Sara uses the Page Fence it ought to do yours Sold byJ F COY ++++ CALL AT +JONES JIERSIIONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSSSSSPSSSSSSS8SSSSSJ Phone 3 Second St POLA DoT CAN3 PEADYTOMIXNOTPEADYM1Z1I Oil RIGHT Important Memorandum TU b pA I Ioa aoo JSfi T orrZn a TOrn1Q = Gi Kinloch Paint is Oil Right bc cause you get the oil in the right way not aj in ReadyM ixcd Paint but separately You buy the thick Kin loch Pigment in one can and the fresh pure raw linseedoil from the barrel thats the right way When you apply the paint you have the oil purefie about paint and Se can heartily recommend Kin loch Pairit Its the one paint that is paint alone not readymucd but readytomixL R WN Kirksville Ky rDOTCANS THE- Walters School FOR BOYS Select a school for your son where you are satisfied that he wilt receive careful personal attention and make thoroughadvance ment Consult the patrons of this school and have a talk with the Prin cipal Jas T Barrett Richmond Ky I L ChattanoogaHancockDisc Principle Right 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 and value as Crop Makers They can be used at anyseason of the year when any plow can be used unit also when the ground is so dry and hard that no other plow can be used We guartee our Disc Plows to do good work 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 anytime when plowing can be done except in sod land We warrant against breakage for twelve mouths caused by defects in material or work manship C E Douglas Co Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Agents for Studebaker Farm Wagons and Hoosier Wheat D- rillsKENTUCKYS m STATE lAW AT LEXINGTON 6September 1823 6 IN PREMIUMS 25000 PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 5 5 Novel Attractions1Maoificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Informatlon Addres9 GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky Special Summer Excursions via Illinois Central Railroad To California and Colorado and to the Lewis and Clark Ex position Portland Oregon at special reducedrates Low one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana and low round trio rate s to points in Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahona and Texas on first and third Tuesdays of each month Through Pullman Sleeper daily Louisville to Hot Springs Anc Only line running through personally conductedexcursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Sucli Investments are not speculative The South is not a new country Market and shipping facilities are adequate and first class The climate is mild and favor able Notwithstanding those and other advantages southern lands are selling fur prices far below their rent value and at present prices net large returns on the In vestment For a tree set of circulars Nosl to 12 Inclusive concerning the possi bilitie of lands In Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi on or near the Illinois Central RaIlroad for homeseekers and investors address the un dersigned Further particulars of Home Agents or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky YY 711F 7I 71 ffi 717F ffi 7171 71 GREAT SACRIFICE worthof Boys and Childrens Clothing at less than manufactur ffi ip JjJJJ ers prices We are badly overstocked in this department We Have Cut the Prices to the Core jjjx Mothers and fathers we can interest you Come quick and secure bargains Boys Suits short pants costing from 1 to 2 Our 9 10 and 12 Boys Long PantSuits at 1and 3at SOcta 5 Our 3 and 5 Boys Suits sbort pants at 2 Best 160 Corduroy Pants at 112 Our Boys Long Pants Suits 15 and 7 at Our 125 Corduroy Pants at 870 250 71 This is a great Sacrifice Sale Come quick and secure bargains LOU1SAND6US3TRkUS t Lexingtons Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KYs r Sole agents for Alfred Benjamin Gos Correct Clothing for Men We are now dls ng theu Richard ShrYock the famous Bluegrass Cutter has charge of our Mercha iloring Department GIVE HIM A CALL llfffe