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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jJi41i = IT T L W J1 = JC r i IITHE RICHMOND CLIMAX I VOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1905 NUMBER 18 t j t t t i s i 1 t r r t 1mffi m7I 7II7t- T THE Countryii F+ Store mV rINFOWN m ICASRi71 SELL FOR m CASH+ 71 + We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware mWoodenware Porcelain and Granitware Harness Farm Implimetits Wagons Buggies- T t f Carts etc In fact most every article m7 used on farm or in kitchen 7ft our CASH PRICE makes 7F whenII+ WE SELL THE Lyncn urg OhWI Plow plowIFencing Wire Roofingetc = r + Try our Old Fashioned I Il lliCountry MeaL Cheap Jr m Poultry Eggs Hides ffi an dFIL + Colyer Bros I Phone 237 Main Street 8 +RICHMOND KY Q 1jl Tffi F7IF+ H ++1 7 I MY NAME IS TfiLRMAJ On Sausage Row And Buys jAyersPiUsL Want your moustache or beard abeautiful brown or rich black Use CureIWake up your liver your constipation Get rid1 of biliousness JCAerCofor i BU KINGHAMS DYF i en or KKiXiCisniifKRriuutcoiuSBDiaa fozday Its up to you TfThis store has been the shopping center of Richmond for years and will continue- so Ve are prepared to meet all you wants in our line for the warm weather Let us suggest a few things to you in regard to our line 1 Our prices are right ii Our merchandise is reliable 3 That it is our aim to please the most fastidious taste What more oan we say White GibsonIYE OLDE RELIAFLE SHOP EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY BJCOBPOKATHD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern y Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of this greatsection of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed 4MIES E CALDWLLLSj MUHTEw tn6MIe 4 UeM1aSf t 1V Lt ul KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG XBOT7B LES or MONEY BACK tip hv R n Ntnnktnn Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble ond- Granite ever in Richmond Trade at at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street EJP4t Louisville and- Nashville R R is prepared to quote you rates to Any checkIHome Seekers and Colonists Tickets on Sale from Time to Timn Through Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Electric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKk A TRIP Consult your local Agint who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller hn PEFFERS RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY h fth mental and nerve force men ot ambition enei peroua1 msneUsm the true type ot perfect mnhood 11delupmentandPEFFCRS NER nike Strong Calm Nerves WlkIntreeIirtth a mar ftfFCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A IFor sale by E C Wines niid Dis 345000 counts 00 Liability 150COO 00 Bank Rlrlg 20800 00 and Exo S65000 00 I580000 Resources 00 business Ss and we to grant favor every Bank consist Trust Co Ky A vegetable liquid for governing 01 the flow womens 1whichBRADFIBLDS Female Regulator b the essential quality of povrcrfuUierbs It is a concentrated essence best delicate and put in lyiuchassimilated and taken into the Stoppages suppression painful or oUtcc Irregularity of the menses ftows are and cured by the regular use of this superior emmcnagoguei Menstruation or periodic flows neces sitate a breaking down tile mucous membrane and a reconstructica ofniedblood Such changes are very 3pt to pro Leucorrhea or 11chargeswho suffered the debilitating losses Buy of druggists SIOO per bottle Our illustrated book mailed fret Perfect Heath for Wsawa HIE JHUBFffiLB HWUTM Ci ANMtall i A FOOLISH PLAN II rls Joy to eatT welcome air dinner hOtlY W Because I rout indigestion with August Flowerl Or indigestionbiliousness2 of anemia unaIacid neuralgia in various parts of the IntestinaltheydoJIm bound in the bowels is a com mon expression of who look mis erable and are miserableyet who persist gotWhatlIFlowerconstipation and all stomach ills JAugust Flower gives new life to thefrl insures healthy stools 3jefTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists the off For ale at R C Stocktons drne store and atAttention1 have received two carloads of the celebrated Page fencing the heist thats made Before contracting for fenrine oJ any description it will nrove to your ta advantage to get mv prices tf J T TOY KirkRville Kyth Hard To Find us It would be hard to finda more perfect curative medicine for dia ordered digestive orgons than that Ifliverwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Now other medicine has has its specific use power over tiese delicate and impor tant organ of your body upon which you have to depend for energy tos1 arrv on your daily work It clpnlell digest stimulates and cures SuIrt by perry Thomas at SOc and f100 Money back if it falls Dissolution Notice The flm of Allinan fr Stone brick the contractors hiss by rrntual consent dis alsolveding from the business JOHN ALI IAN anp9 4t B K tvonaHow To Live hnppyifto lire islargelv a viiestion of howato hvell The answer to both keep your main health communica tions stomach liver anti bowelsin good order with Dr Caldwells laxative Sprup Pepsin It is a reliable A safe ned pleasant cure for headache constipation colic and all symptoms of th digestive trouble Sold bv Per Moneyback Notice To Taxpayers In order to make my settlement with State anil County hr January 1906 as required by law I am compelled to advertise and sell for the taxes due State and County beginning first ofCJ September 1905 instead of waiting by until next Spring so dont permit yourc self to be caught for this extra costoRespectfully au 94t JOHN F WAGERS SherUJII Critically IIIgMany people are critically ill as a dlgestiveyou are suffering from dizziness heartburn wind loss of appetite ir ritahility headache nausea colic constipation waste no time but take Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup PepsinlIt may be the mans of dangerous sickness At any rate it will surely make your distressing dyspeptic symptons disappear It is safe certain and pleasant Try it Sold by Perry Thomas Study to economize strength time and money Do Not be Imposed Upon Foley Co Chicago originated Honeyand Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse nny substi lute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opi ates and is safest for children and delicate persons Sold by R C Stock ton The secret of nice broiling is fn quent turning Given Up To Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes Jor over live years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle I was entirely cured Sold by R C Stockton Six Million Acres The State of Texas will place on sale Sept 1ft 1005 six million acres of state lands scattered throughout the State at from SI 00 to 300 per acre onefortieth cash down forty years time on balance 3 per cent Interest Write for particulars also about cheap rates to the Southwest Aug IB Sept o and IP Oct 3 and 17 E W LaBEAUME G P and TiA Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Like Finding Money Finding health is like finding moneys think thi se who are sick When vou have a cough cod sore throat promptaVo He saysu had aterrib1ecbe- trouble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no srelief in other remedies I wa cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough and lung jaedilcinfe IB the world At RC Btocktonjs drug store 50c and flOO qguafantad Trial bottle free 41 PARASITE IN AUSTRALIA great Loss of Wool and Sheep Caused by Ply Which Works Havocj In the Flocks A report has been received by the Inlster for agriculture with reference- to the sheep maggot fly or blowniiheep fly In Australia Though comparatively unknown ten rears ago it has been gradually getting worse until last year complaints were coming in from all quarters of the state M to the loss on wool and sheep not to mention the expense of dipping and treating the blown sheep all the fly sea Ion which this year extended from the end of April to the middle ol September The flies chiefly attack breeding ewes and lambs after they have tailedI ethers are seldom blown but the wet soiled wool on the rump or crutch the ewes is the favorite place to de- posIt the eggs where within a very few hours maggots hatch out and burrow under the wool and feed and crawl about beIcomesemelling sores If the sheep Is not at tended to within a few days the mag Iealiveom Its restless manner and the way It rks its tall and shakes its head When sheep is caught the wool Is shorn the Infected part and the wounds soiled wool are treated with some mixture to drive out or kill the maggots d heal the skin It Is found that it is tter to drive out the parasites than them in the wool for if killed they on form a corrupt mass to attract more flies Maggots have been ob med by the entomologist from infested sheep and efforts will be made to es blish the identity and life history of e fly The results will be furnished soon as the matter is settled Many squatters dip their sheep six weeks or more after shearing as there- Sa more wool on the skin to retain the mixture and it has a more lasting effect there is not much rain the dipping rotects the sheep from maggots in the inter months Most of the ranchmen Coopers dip The loss to sheep owners from this pest Is very considerable not only in wasted wool and lost eep but in the constant attention and time that has to be taken in treating blown sheep In damp warm deather they have to be mustered up every few days What is wanted at present is a uniform mixture which can be applied to the blown wool heal the skin and prevent files from blowing it again before the mixture dries Carbolic washes of l kinds have been discarded in Scotland for though they kill the maggot and heal the skin they have no lasting ffect Sulphur and oil is chiefly used nd where the skin Is not broken the ad dition of arsenic is found to make avery good mixture which prevents the flies from depositing their eggs but arsenic not be used on wounds or broken kin F W GODING JAPANS IMPERIAL LIBRARY Curious Contrast to English and American Free Public Libraries An Interesting and significant pars graph in the Birmingham Dally Post tJ based on information from Toklo regarding the kinds of literature most in demand In the Imperial library of Japan While 12486 works relating to theology and religion or only 16 per cent of the total number of books In the library were asked for according to the records f the past year there were demanded readers 166677 volumes or 216 per ent classified under the head of math science and medicine Worn n literature and language to the number of 163711 that Is 20 per cent wer sked for while 18 per cent of the ap lications were for books on history and- eography Fiction the writer says finds no place In the classified table of books in demand by readers In this Japanese library a curious contrast to the experience in most English public free libraries and to the experience of American libraries Works on art Industries engineering military and naval science figure prominently on theist of additions made in recent years to the shelves of the imperial library MARSHAL HALSTEAD American Trade in Germany Undoubtedly the best way to open markets in Germany Is by means of an expert traveler or representative who will review the ground and appoint competent agents Every year this consulate general receives hundreds of Inquiries from American firms aIIthoughug them with the names of reliable firms to take up the sale of their goods It Is impossible for the incumbent of the office to have such a wide techni cal knowledge as would be necessary to give the exact Information required An experienced traveling agent with samples and with attractive price lists in the language and weights or meas ures of the country although at first more costly would I am sure prove to be the quickest and most thorough method of opening German market for American F VIUGHT If a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent milk Milk is Natures emulsionbutter- put in shape for digestion Cod liver oil is extremely nourishing but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it Scotts Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medicine in the world Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemls 4O94 15 Pearl Street New York BOc nnf MI f rrrt3 BIBLE TALES MYTHS PASTOR SAYS HOLY STORIES ARE LIKE FOLKLORE Priest Startles Church Congress by Declaring That the Good Book Is Unauthentic as a Beal History New York Rev Dr John Peters rector of St Michaels church Ninety ninth street and Amsterdam avenue has considerably stirred some of the members of the Episcopal church congress now in session in Association hall Brooklyn by his contention that the Bible when treated as history must be subjected to the same canons of criticism as any narrative com pilation Ills analysis of the personalities which have come down to us under the names of Abraham Isaac Jacob and Joseph startled the mure conservative of the congress and elated the more progressive Comment on Dr Peters attitude ran very freely at the con gress His statement that the Book of Genesis is full of myths that Abraham Jacob and Isaac were not real people In the commonly accepted sense but are merely composite photo graphs so to speak of Israel and that much of what Is recorded of the patriarchs Is purely romantic led to no end of argument approval and criticismDr elaborate his contentions that the Bible as a historical narra tive must be subjected to analytical and synthetical criticism just as other recorda of events The rector added that the Bible legends were superior to other folklore in that they served to point to the higher moral and spir itual life The stories of Abraham of Isaac of Jacob and of Joseph differ in no essential degree from the folklore legends of our own Germanic and Celtic kinfolk said Dr Peters These stories originated In the myths the legends and the traditions of Hebron Beersheba Bethel and Shechem and those preIsraeli tic myths and legends were woven into the fabric of Hebrew story So the ancestral heroes gods or ilemlgods of the country of which the Israelites took possession were adopted as its own ancestorspatri archs whose personalities were clothed with the traditions of Israels history religious beliefs ideals and convictions Dan H Breck will insure yourcity or county property against fire liplt nine and cyclone seplS 4t Sacrifice Sal- eII positively going to quit business and move to New York Hence I offer at a sac rifice beginning June 1st my entire stock of goods otall kinds and there is none super jot in this section Also the following 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 HaxhallVat ican mare A firstclass phaeton All parties owing me will call and settle lB W TURNER Richmond Ky ROIBaiting Powder Absolutely Pare Royal Baking Pwder is indispensable to finest cookery and to the comfort and convenience of modern housekeeping Royal Baking Powder makes hot breads cakes and pastry wholesome Perfectly leavens without fermentation Qualities that are peculiar to it alone ROYAL IAKHM MWMW M taw YORK ItO ii 7 Lteiztio = Lki2es t t The Busy Bee Cash Store Tj ill open their fall campaign on October 4th by giving a Tailor=made Suit and Skirt Opening for Jjidies that will be the largest ever held in Richmond We have made arrange meats with the largest Ladies Tailoring Establishments in the West to bring the entire production of their large suit and skirt factory to Richmond for ONE PAY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4m and offer them for sale in the elegant suit parlors of the Busy Bee Cash Store Ladies we feel that this Opening should appeal to you as being an opportunity offered to select and buy your dresses at home and save you the expense of a trip to the city You will be shown at this Opening everything that is new in styles and all the new things in tailoring fabrics that will be worn by well dressed women this season There will be about 300 elegant uptodate Fall Suits to deliver on Opening Day October 4thand measures will be taken for any and all suits when desired theOpeningusually handsome we expect to place in this city and county the greatest number Jr of elegant Tailormade Suits and Skirts ever sold at at Opening The styles andfits of these famous Quality Tailors are so well established garmentsSoDont Forget the Date Wednesday October 4tli W D Oldham eo Richmond Kentucky rr7cccc 1r1r 9jr 7 1 For Sale I tieire to sell privately my entire dary outfit flour L FRENCH aug64t Richmond Ky A cherry suit ot furniture for sale cheap Phone SOS tf omminiQMra hIe Curtis Parke c Im- ajrainst Rufus Parke c Dft Notice of Sale in Equity Rv virtue of a Judgment and Order ot Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof in the above style cause the un dersigned will o- nThursday Sept 2105 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 11 oclock a m on thin premises in Madison county Ky proceed to ex pose to public sale to the highest and lest bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Parcelof Land containinp aces on the waters ol Otter Crr k in Madison county Ky and being the home place of Samira Iarkes and adjoining the lands of Rlizabnth Davis Ross Dozier and I N Scudder with rood dwelling and all pcessary outbuildings thereon and within about 4 miles of the city of Richmond Kv with outlet on Rich mond and Otter Creek pikE Sail land is sold for payment of debts of said Snniira Parkes and for distribution among her heirs IERMSSaIe will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to Rive bond with approved security fr the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a ludsr ment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money motley is paid S H THORPE M 0 M C o Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this line We will save you money New Garage Works Nwby Ky s IE rI mI II I fJiPorch and Lawn j FurnitureS A Our Porch Shades are in great demand The r JButWehI Odd Pieces J up to heavy and handsome suites Our line of iPictures is complete and especial attention is rpaid to framing IOur Undertaking Department is up to date in every respect t Imim v ri m jN Irf F i f GROWS HAIR CURES DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR CRANI TONIcSA Delightful Daily Dressing If You Have Hair Troubles Write Today For Free Bottlo antI Advice Cranitonic Hair Food Co 640 Bway New York For Sale at all Druggists Special Sale at PERRY THOMAS BR MOFFETPS CCholra1ifan1utDiarrhoea Bowel Troubles of Children of Jtny Jlge Aids Digestion I Regulates the Bowels Strength ens the Child and MAKES TEETH I NG POWDERS TEETHING JMJHYl C sts Saly 25c at Druggists or Hail 25c to C J MOfFETT M L St liitMother I Hesitate no longer hut save the health and We +t venrchHtl as thousands have deF by giving rese pew44s TKETHINA Is easfty given antt quickly counteracts arid ver c m e tk Hoets aft summers hutIIHHf te tfgGMroi l f lijll w j 1 n iiLu 9JI Ti 7I c lL rI 4 01 JI Ip= es sS sssesS4SssseSSsSi sSS e A tj t tttsi t t it S Times Up L TAN I I S I 5 I S SI I SHOES 1 5 5 0 S S GOS I1S3 ISS 5 We never carry over Tan Shoes Theres plenty of time- S eS- SI to wear them but not so much time to Bell them so we have putSIS SI 15- S E A Farewell EriceeIS- So SI 5S on every pair of Tan Shoes we own and now they must S JJ T vacate Mens Womens and Childrens Tan Shoes of SI 0 every style at prices so low that youll not Iw able to resist I S the temptation of buying a few pairs See here I 5 00 Tan Shoes for 3 75 1S 5S 4 00H H H 2 75S5S 25ISI S 3 00H H U 2 50 55IS a 2 50H H 2 15 SI 2 00 H HJ 65 SI SI S J 50H H HJ 20 SIS = 5 Si James P Tribble5IS SSI TheSSIS0 H VISS 5SSS S I ISSISS SISSI ISISSISISS ISSISSI SS 1 S SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSS 5 Look Us Up WHEN YOU WANT Roughand Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths ED BLANTON CO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D IIILLERm Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and Pltlm 100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 20 1Qni DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative R W MILLER For ounty J udgo N B TURPIN For County Attorney I H CROOKE For Sheriff I P B BROADDUS tg For County Clerk Ji cJESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAUERS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF MayorClarence E Woods Chief of Police J 11 Allnmn Councilmen W S Oldham Richard MoiveeTT Covincton QV Gates J A Mention Jennings Maupin Police JudgeJennings Grcenleaf City AttorneyT H Collin- sMagistrateJames Dykes Constable L M Scrivner- ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce J W Moore a candidate for magistrate from Million Magistrial District sub ject to action of the Democratic party IT is too bad that Togos flagship Mikasa passed successfully through the JapancseRussian war only to be cast to the bottoni of the Japan Sea byanexplosionof a powder magazine brought about by fire of unknown origin A large number of livers were lost but Togo escaped not being on- board THE man who is mean enough to give his baby sleeping powders in order that he might get a nights sloop is almost as mean as the marI who takes his county paper and refuses to pay for it when his subscription is due and says he docs not want the paper any longer says an exchange JHE Kentucky Antituberculosis Association was permanentlyorgan ized Tuesday night and war against tile dread disease will sooi be started in earnest Ayers Sometimes the hair is not properly nourished It suffers for food starves Then it falls out turns prematurely gray Ayers Hair Vigor is a Hair Vigor hair food It feeds nourishes The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dan druff disappears Sly ly lr was coming out terribly I was HairVigorrestored the natural rotor MRS K O K WARD Landing NT toAllPoor Hair ANDISEW CARNEGIE the millionaii e Scotchman has requested that this opitath be put on his tomb Thats damned white of Andy This exclamation sprang from one named McLuckie who was offered substantial assistance by the steel king but refused same on the ground that he was making a living and would con tinue to doso if he had health But think it comes from Mr Carnegie said his friend McLuckie replied Thats damned white of Andy The expression so pleased Mr Carne gie that he wants it put on his tombstone Perhaps it is to perpetuate the name of McLuckie the one man who refused aid from the millionaire IF residents of Breathitt want to leave a life insurance to J their family after they depart they will have to come down to the settlements to live Such was the decision of the Mutual Life Company of Now York in regard to Judge J J C Back of Breathitt The company would not take the risk becuse ho resided in the feud ridden district IDeafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear deafnessIDeafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous tilling of the EuBtachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can betaken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be des troyed forever nine cases out of ire caused by Catarrh which is nothI ing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused bj catarrh that cannot be cured by HallV Catarrh Cure Sendlor circulars free F J CHENEY l Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists i5c Take Halls Family Pilla for consti 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 can easily purchase a sufficient amount to pay your fare CO THEY j I w Lost Saturday between Million and Richmond a walking cane with deer horn handle Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to Geo Million Million Ky PERSONAL Miss Madge Burnam has been visiting in Lexington Miss Carlisle Chenault was in Lox ington Wednesday Mr W A Logan has returned from a visit to Des Moines Iowa Mrs L J Frazec of Lexington visited friends here last week Mr W L Leeds has returned from a visit to Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Sam Locknane and daughter of Winchester are visiting here Mr and Mrs Eugene Barnes are visiting relatives in Mt Sterling Deputy Sheriff Joe M Terrill was in Cincinnati last week on business Mrs James Boen of Kingston has returned from a visit to Lexington Messrs N B Deatherage andJ W Bales were in Lexington last week Miss Grace Lockridge is visiting at Richmond Mt Sterling Advocate Mrs Elmer Deatherage will attend the State fair at Lexington this week Miss Helen Bennett has been entertaining Miss Annie Louise Clay of ParisMr and Mrs Mike Miller of Waco have returned from a visit to Cin cinnatiMrs GG Corzelius and Miss Rose May Moberley were in Lexington last Wednesday Mr and Mrs E C Boggs have returned to their home in Kicholasville after a visit here Miss Blair the Superintendent of speutSundaJ daughterLucyting Mrs John Hooe Russol Mr W N Wheeler and famiy of Red House left yesterday for Roth well Now Mexico to reside Mr Hagan Miller has gone to North Middletown to resume his studies in Prof Milton Elliotts School County Attorney Leonard West and family of Irvine were guests of Mr and Mrs Claud Smith last week Mr and Mrs B L Middelton and Mrs D N Sharp have gone to Mar stayShelby Washington prominent daughters McKaywhile handsomely twentyseventh KAUFMAN STRAUS and Company 322325 Main Lexington Ky Ladies t and Girls Readytowear Garments What Generally Accepted proclaimed king 1905 that took together contrasting superflous graceful coated composed quality homespun forming all viceable essentially mannish and carrying unique individuality makes Tailored Suits Separate Skirts Waists 5 Railroad refunded purchases Kaufman Straus CO LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Mr Gilbert Grinstead of Somerset was here last to see his wife who is her Mr am Sirs Lyman Parrlsh Mr and Mrs Charles Dudley have moved to Paris to Mr Dud ley is associated with the L N with headquarters in Miss Jane of Richmond was with her cousin Mrs H H Hall friday enroute to Baltimore to ente college Florie Richmond yesterdaywith sister Mrs Harrison on her way home from ClncinnaliILexington Mr R A Mabel Letton Versailles were here last week house hunting This excellent family remove to at an date Mr J whose serious illness we have from time to time is convalesing at P A C Infirmarymuch to the delight his friends R K Stone was Called to Paint Thursday death of niece who been ill time with consump tion burial occurred Friday Mr Will Thomas and Hanson Thomas of Estill Springs Monday Hanson will attend school here this and be Mr and Mrs nettCourier n F and left for Richmond reside Mr has purchased an interest in lumber establishment- and will rfter several rest Danville Advocntet Miss Katherine Smith and Miss Car lisle Rick wood f r s beea visiting Mrs Newton Combs and Miss Chenault left today for Winchester to spend a few days with her sister Mrj Nelson GayLex ington Leader Mrs Newton Combs and son are at home again after spending a month in Richmond visiting her mother Mrs James Smith Mrs Combs as her guest Miss Carlisle Chenault of Richmond who leaves today for a short visit in Cincinnati expecting to return to Lexington for longer stayLexington Leader Mrs Raine of Atlanta Georgia Mrs Rice of D C and MIss Ora Wilmorc of Nicholasville were guests of Mrs William Mont gomery last week Mrs Rutherford Douglas will come and Mrs E B Hume of Richmond Wednes to visit Mrs Montgomery for the rest of the Lexington Leader Mr J C S Bronaugh entertained a number of friends to dinner Thurs day evening Her guests were Mesdames H L Perry R E Turley G B urley B B Turley John Turley Chas Higgins Wm Pigg Joe Che nault H C Jasper T T Covington Miss Mollie of Richmond Mesdames Irene LQwrey O F Trontman H L Scott and C C Glass of this county Nicholasvillo Cor Lexing ton Herald Invitations are out to marriage of Miss Harriet Walters Letcher and Mr Albert McKay young man of Macon Ga the cere monyto take in this city Wednesday October 4th at 830 p in Miss Letcher is the youngest of the six beautiful of Coland Mrs Win K Letcher and is univer sally popular She was educated at University She met Mr she was visiting her sister Mrs Rutherford E Douglas at Macon It will be a source of re gret that her must signify the loss to her native home of one of its most beloved and beautiful girls The following engraved invitation has been issued and Mrs Higgins Chinn Smith request honor of your of Marguerite Rebecca Lyne- to Mr Mathew Hume Payne- on the evening of Wednesday the September One thousand nine hundred and five at half eight oclock Christian Church Cynth lana Kentucky Miss Lyne has been a guest of Mrs D M Chenault in this and many friends here who wish her much happiness in her new life Mr W L Bybee a leading merchant of Somerset was in the city W is as Correct Gray in all its shades has by universal acceptance been the of colors for autumn The most reliable fashion delineators hinted some time ago this would be the case so we the hint and turned our thoughts and endeavors toward bringing a assortment of correctly and stylishly modeled suits in the various shades of Every true womans aim is to be stylishly dressed and no woman can I be considered stylishly dressed unless she is correctly dressed In getting suit here you are assured of the latter therefore further argument would be our stock of suits being at once cor rect stylish and in every way firstclass One long mode at 2500 is of best cloth in a stone gray shade A model an ideal occasion suit being ser yet dressy cut upon lines with them which them distinct from all others 12 to 75 = 5 to 25 Silk to 35 fares on all ofS30 or more week visiting parents reside Paris Goodloe Winchester SunSentinel Miss Chenault of spent her Herald Woolums and Miss of will Richmond early W Zaring noticed the of finally and Mrs Lick by the her little Tutt had for some Her son Mr arrived Mr Thomas will with John Bur Journal Mr family today willI Soper a go into business months CkeBault of have little has a Tuesday day week Fife the a Central marriage Dr the presence- at the marriage after city has gray year Tuesday enroute to his old home at enilocation of the Queen Cresent ma chine shops there and the extensive oil developments in that section An electric street car line and plant are projectforCongressman W Godfrey Hunter Lei says has secured franchise for ar plantrpower plantMr Sam Royce a prominent Madison countv farmer from the historic old fort at Boones boro was in Lexington Wednesdav having brought his daughter Miss Kinsey Royce over to matriculate at ColiegeLexI GeoffreyMorganber at the residence of the brother of the bridetobe Mr Henry White City Clerk of Richmond The news of this nuptial event of which this is the first public announcement will be received with favor by all the friends of this popular couple To be sure there are many who will reluct antly witness the liberation from sochtyof MrsJohndays is one of Kentuckys fairest singaplendidcitizennatives of Stafford Englnndbut for some years thrjfcy farmers of this county rear Whites Station Thither will the happy young grcotu nearbybassociation and memory of Illustrious ancestry May they live long and prosperjiR n Ji1i Lexington authorities refused t allow three patients suffering wth yel low fever to be taken from a Cincin nati Southern train on itarrival there Friday morning They were attended by a doctor and woregtakea on to Cincinnati where they be iso lated in the U S Marine Hospital HUBEBT VREELAND State Commissioner of Agriculture has completed arrangements for a special train over the Henderson Route Illinois Central and Louisville and Nashville railroads to be known as the Kentucky Alfalfa and Corn Special It will leave Louisville Sept 25 at 815oclock and return Oct 4 Notice To Taxpayers In order to make settlement with State and County br January 1 1906 as required by law I am compelled to advertise and sell for the taxes due State and County beginning first of September 1005 instead of waiting until next Spring so dont permit your self to be caught for this extra cost Respectfully auj 94t JOilS F WAGERS Sheriff jcWE INAUGURATE THE 3 v FALL SEASON v with the most elaborate display ever see in our shop h The NewModels from Paris in Hats Bonnets and Millinery Accessories AtJAllover Lace and Dresden Silk Waists and Many AttIwill revel in this display Each Day During the Fair A tripstoA tJ excelled in Central Kentucky No cards IssuedtJ t mbryCoOutfitters to Women t 141 East Main Street j c Lexington a 5t Kentucky A t Twenty=five Years- Experleilce thepu6licAStaple and Fancy Groceries including such brands as the celebrated Ferndale Canned Goods of all kinds White Star brandsJv Moca and Java Coffees finest Teas that J equalsit A JVealso carry a full line of J t Field Seeds Feed and Seed Oats Salt jLime and Cement Promptly Filled From time to time we will offer bargains in Jt111S space that will be worthy of notice and IIIJ tJfItv e Covington Arnold Bro J Main Street c J- rOpening of Fur SeasonT- his J will be the most important display of Fine Furs we haveyet attempted in our famous establishment Here every woman can find something to her own personal desire Artistic Furs Exclusive style creations and exquisite color schemes may be seen in great profusion We remodel andrepair old furs to look like nev A call will convince you M LowenthalFay- ette Phone 1LG2 Wholesale and Retail MANUFACTURING FURRIER KentuckyL ws FIRST SHOWING OF I WomensFall Lace Waists for women lined with silk the newest andmost jf approved Fall styles value 7 50 Special e 498J Womens Fall Suits EARLY ADVANCE STYLES 00longV We are showing the latest foreign and domestic novelties in Tailor J j1tJJ OL Steelec 353 West Main Lexington Ky u k 2iOr 0 2c tio itf7o jr 7 c Why Use That Old Square Piano When you can get the modern upto date UPRIGHT PIANO anti trade in that old one and on terms that will not cramp you We have the line that will suit you and the styles and and woods Our fall stock is now in and the finest selection can be had if you come early Then why not come and let us sell you one of them We aso have that most wonderful of all PLAYERS the CEOILIAN PIANO also the CECILUN the only PER SECT PLAYER Come and be convinced for to hear it is to be con vinced Prices right Terms easy Pianos Mason Hamlin Hazolton Decker Hames Bros Schubert Duffiano Marshall Wendell Kingsbury Armstrong Organs Mason Hamlin Chicago College Crescent MontenegroRiehm Music Company J46J48 West Main Lexington Ky Sale Notice State Bank A Trust Co Pills vs Commissioners Sale H Shearer c Dfts By virtue of a judgment and order ot sale entered in the above styldd cause in the Estill Circuit Court at its July term 1905 the undersigned Master Commissioner of said Conrt will on Thursday Oct 1205 expose at pnblic auction between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m to the highest and best bidder the following described property towit A lyingandldngwaters of the Kentucky river and bytheEast by the lands of Ruben Pucket on the South by the Kentucky river and on the North by the land of Simpson Hunt and John Moberly and known us the dower lands of Tabitha Cobb and containing 202 acres and 100 square rodsTerms of Sale Sale will be made on a credit of six C and twelve 12 months in equal installments The purchaser will be required to execute securftypayabletofrom day ot sale having the force and alienpaidThe on the premises Those desiring to bid on this farm willcome prepared to execute the re quired bonds RW SmTH- ifasterommls9ionerE C C ThisSeptember 20 1905 A It Burnam A H Burnam Jr A R BURNAM SON ATTO RXEYSATI AW ntA U liurrmm8 former office Main st RICHMOND KY AND SHOES 8 Basset Welt Main rest West Main AND GLASSWARE Chick 251 West Main W Maini 250 West Main Mafn rJ Pilcher31S West Main J Watson ii4iis North i a rt1E lliIf i DRY GOODS NoyloNs SUITS CLOAKS fURS WRAPS Cb Jo L0 WATSON18 and 20 North Upper LEXINGTON KY Out of town customers who spend as much as 2500 CASH will have railroad fare refunded if living within 50 miles of Lexington Member Merchants Association Fall Styles are Ready for A Grand for Money Saving Our Inducements are the Low Prices we Quote about New Fall Dress Goods An elegant assortment comprising the newest and best weaves in domestic and foreign fabrics beautiful desitrns and colorings dictatedby fashions experts of this country and the old Henrietta and similar weaves have first place this season We show them in all the new shades Broadcloths Coverts Panama Crash Chiffon Cloth and Shadow Cnecka The New Fall Silks Fancy Moire Bengalines Never shown before Something dis tinctly new and strikingly fall like in Beauti1liiExquisite Plaids many different pat terns to select from very IUstrous finish and the color combination is in WarpSilksilks for shirt waists And SI 25 Beautiful dots tripes etc in new fall conceits New Glace Taffetas all the qualityColoredinches wide 125 in all the fashion able shades anti twotoned effects Finest qualities and best make Black pricedfromSole very desirable 72c to SI go Mill Works street- S AND I f I West Van Deren Co340 Main t Ins to I2913t WaCS or iIfe Si 358360 Main Ndtnre A f I W6Tthh LUMBBRA Cob Co ij New Fall Coats Grey Mixture Coats LOUR Overt Coats Short Coat The latest fall styles of each and all correct in every way 750toS45New Skirts Striking Effects You will he delighted with them Each of them is the art of tli skirt maker5 to S1 The New Dress Styles for Everybody Grey Worsted Goat Suits 45 incbman Tailored Coat Suits of Broad clotlt Empire Coat Suits Tailor made Coat Suits Mannish Cloth Suits Sand very many more The nobbiest and the daintiest the smartest and the newestAbout Dressmaking Styles It is unnecessary to tell of the super of our Tailoring and Dreisiisnk- ing Department The style and fit of the clothes made by Mrs Pendleloii is an established fact Wo wish to re mind you that she has resumed this season J L Watson II iFJ1 JfiEl3fl FREE6hill i Ji Round TO EE 8 LEXINGTON8 8- 8 Every Day from September 12 j 8- 8toOctober 14 1905 rIii81jo Buy Fall and Winter Goods 8- Merchants Association of Lexington will pay your EJm round trip fare from any point in Central Kentucky not ex ij i1jTGreatest Stores in Central nr jGet8Money Ifirollral Read Carefully How To Get A Free Trip 8 ij ijJulDlcome on cars ask the conductor for a cash fare EjAfter reaching Lexington to one of the stores named below and ask for a ife1 EI RebatE Coupon on whicheach member of the Association from whom you makeR 8 pUrchasesIHrn 3 Secretary of the Association in the Phoenix Hotel will refund you in cash the S amount paid for your fare fjjm 8 ofjSID Lexington merchants have arranged exceptional bargains for special time 18 fii Jl 8 IJlJfJiStJPPLIESI 258FfJElBOOTS D Sons 235 SlainOreat8ampie lItoa3i8EjBREADANDROLLS Upperl1DSmith ANDNOTIONSIl Edge IEI AlainR6 WMaInMaInEl W L Weaiia1nlENCHNE3BOILKRSANDMACHIN Inspection Opportunity teau de Trip Saw I12MeRowau GENTS FURNISHERS UOflING WMalnISlainIraddyKaufman tainUARNESSTRUNKSANDTOY8 W HThompsoo1139 Main HARDWARE GUNS FISHING TACKLE Hardware W 1IatR 8KIUMiISH1NG Goons rF W Jii1aRssIeit Co 415 4WmKBM JeII1CJh6ewer VktorBogaiiW4 Wi9WR4Righ Empire unmistakably Fall Fall best Fall Dresses Tuxedo Fancy I Fall iority for The 18 receipt this LADIES SUITS AND CLOAKS O L Bteele 353 A High 9 9EmbryCo141MILLINERY Gordons Millinery 113 West Main 9 9WinR AINTS ortJl GLASS k BRUSHES C D Cunningham 343 West Short 9 i NEWSPAPERS Lexington Leader Lexington Morning Herald WQRZJames PLUMBING STEAM FITTERS ShortLexingtOnuorl STOVES AND TIN WA RE 9Payne p ic a i t I Some eopl have a notion that spring is the only time to buy a buggy f That notion is costing them money We are making fall buying popular Let us tell you how Good picking in every department C R Higgiris- Telephone 232 1ThePichnioni Climax WEDNESDAY SEPT 2O19O flan H Breck Fire Life and accident Insurance sepl2it Buy you Seed Wheat from Letche Witt noyt There is talk ot an electric oadtJ from Paris to North Middletownp Pi Complete course in shorthand in 30 id days at Kirksvllle School sG4t Are you attending the services ata the First soelThe Fountain Square Hotel one of ShelbyvilleR landmerks has been destroyed by lire For boarding apply at C7 High street Couples preierrednMrs Thomas Thorpe Our readers will do well to notice irefullv the change in W DOldhamV advertisement as it appears in this sue a The lire department was called out by Sunday about noon to extinguish anl slight blaze at the Roberts House No damage was done Another Cattle Sale Mr Dudley Tribble delivered to Mr Joe Bales on Monday 133 1412 cattle at 495 Mr Bales is one of theB largest cattle buyers in this sectioninCaptain Shorts Appointmentin Capt W T Short has beenappointed leg General Deputy Collectorfor Kentucky and Tennessee with headquarters here We feel as do all of this genial gentle mans friends that his selection is in deed a wise one and we are truly glad he and his estimable wile are to re maul in Richmond Handsome Home sought The handsome Hume residence on Ivncaeter avenue wis purchased at public auction Saturday bv Mr T Hgl C llinn price paid beins 3550 This to includes the large garden an I lotsin t rear This is one of Richni IMIJ n ost q beautiful homo and Mr Collins is to be congratulated upon lila purcbabe Moves to Richmond reMrIda family from Newby to this city toI reside They are comfortably domiciled in the rowe cottage on High street recently vacated by Mrs Clara Akers Mr and Mrs Deatherago have long been otto of our countys most popular couples and they are gladly welcomed ju as residents of ourtown Thomas Burns Killed by Train Mr Thomas Burns aged about Ifr years of Cynthiana was killed at IaSt tonia Kentucky by fallinJbetween timein cars His body was horribly of gled His remains were taken to Cyn thiana for burial Deceased Was a brother of Mrs N V White and nephew of Mrs Thomas Hart of thish city t WELCOME to Dr and Mrs G W Stagner fIat26th a daughter The Climax extends congratulations to Dr and Mrs Stag of neroThe proud father is well known here being a native of this county and later residing in IrvinetlWomens WoeaRichmond Women May Get Reliefe at Last It does seem ihat women have niorep than a fair SHe of the pains that afllUt humanity thtY must keep illmust attend to duties intl spite of constantly aching backs ord headaches dizzy spells bearing down pains they must stoop over when to stoopmeans torture They walk and and work with rakingF pains and many aches from kidne ills Kidneys cause more suffering than any other organ of the body Keep the kidneys well and health is easilY maintained Read of a remedy for kidneys only that helps and cures the kidneys and is endorsed by peopU you know Mrs Pamelia A Fletcher of Qurend street Mt Sterling Ky says years I had kidnev complaint pain across the small of my back and over my kidneys dreadful aching in my bank an8 I was sometimes so lame acrns may hips that i could not stoop and there was difficulty wth the kid ney jtcrcretions I used different me initics anti inscriptions which set in d at th time to relieve but I ob tninud no lasting benefit I read aWit Doans Kilney Pills and rein tive of mil e got a box for me J used them as directed and they helped me in every way My back felt very much butter and stronger and the an noying and distressing kidney weak ness was greatly relived My biother Strother D Carrington of Paris Kyt who had suffered a good many years with kidney trouble also used Donn Kidney Pills and found the result most beneficial leans Kidney Pillar certainly worthy of recommenda Lion Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Middletons drug store and ask what his customers report Price 50 cents Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doana and take no other White Oak Cannel Mountain Ash Jelltco and Beattyville Coal Allstrictly high grad- Yourv patronage solicited B ayZIU QI D DlR Freeman Mgr fhri i Yard Aspen aV 0 i Dylog and Uantng All work guaranteed Has given satisfaction for years Clothing hats cathers and silks a specialty At the lId reliable place Bell Brecks All trork neatly done First st Bepl33t Reelected At a recent meeting of the Big Hill harrylendrencamp physician without or raplyyoung man of brilliant attainments nti his success is a source of much pleasure to his old friends here and sewhere He is a son of Mr J Hen dren the well known merchant o Speedwell 1 Damages For Death of Dog A case that caused much interest on account of the unique suit and thu- umber of witnesses summored was tried before 1Ureckenrldledamages against Ed Oliver for killing bird dog that was valued very highlyJ the owner About a dozen wit esses were examined the Jury retired 1 and brought in a verdict for 20 dam ages in favor of the plaintiff 1 Died From Injuries iweekslue Jay the fine horse owned bj e88rs Collins k Walker While racJg at the Berea fair the horse stumbled a ditch in the track and broke its 1 The wounded member was set and placed in a plaster cast and since the accident occurred everything possible has been done to save the animals life However he died last week greatly to i regret of ins owners and theii fiend Blue Jav was valued at 1 CCO Republican Convention Last Saturday was set by the Be publican County Committee as day for precinct conventions to select dele f ates to attend the County Convention be held in this city next Saturday Out of the four precincts in this city a lorum was present only in the West End precinct whose delegates are in structed for Po F Adams Ji for Jailer the same to go uninstructed in gard to other offices In the county e same apathy existed as here in the city and very few convention were held tile Big Day in Hemp Field tiAtowner of the 212 acre field 11stetundredVednesday afternoon to kill doves ho field had not been hunted this and the sport was all the livllerII crack shots vied with each other bringing down the greatest number birds the honor falling to Mr Harvey Chenault It is said about ie 1000 dovcs were killed and the most thanks were extended to Mr for having afforded the hunL ers so enjoyable afternoonnThe Mo t Satisfying Show A minstrel show with its beautiful rst part setting ballad singers come ans coon shouters dancers and oio specialty artist comes nearer fatis fying theatregoers of the present dayt than any other effort on the part of heatricalcaterers There is a happyE abandon about the whole affair that akes one forgit his troubles and be come without reluctance part and par s of the scene Gus Sun and his c burnt cork organization who will ap ear in this city tonight at the Grand romise an unusual musical festival and minstrel jubilee on the occasion of- heir visit Seats now on sale at Wines rug storerBack tram Baptist CollgressI Rev Preston Blake returned home Friday from an extended trip abroad Mr Blake is the pastor of the Firstw Baptist hurch of this city ard went I 0 London to attend the Baptists Worlds Congress He sailed on the Celtic June 30 and with him on this ship were two hundred delegates from this country to the congress The congress held sessions for ten ays and among the prominent speakm ers were Lloyd George M P Alto ether there were four thousand IleleI gates present from almost every coun ry en the globe and the congress was one of great importance to the Baptist Church Lexington Leader Wilbur R mlths Business College Lexirfton Kentucky Has educated many young men and women for usefulness and indenend uce and the greatest success Hook eeping shorthand typewriting a elegraphy taught by xperienceJ teach ers Kentucky University diploma un ler seal awarded our graduates Great demand for graduates of this college at tine salaries Recognized as the cheapest best and highest honored business college This session 500 students from 20 states have attended Students can begin at any time and receive individual instruction For particulars visit the College S W corner of Main and Mill streets or ad dress Wilbur It Smith Lexington Ky Richmond Ky Feb 0 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dis covery 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 the pullic Respectfully JOHN A RinnLE eATexasW onder One small bottle of Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cnres diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and Madder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt ofU Onetmall bottle is two months treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P O bor 629 St Louie Mo for testimonials Sold by all druggiMs1aytf jj 1ENTON HRAIN COATS For Rain S Splendid coats in all weightstchemically treated so that they i shedwater like a clucks back No rubber no odorjust a fall and- winter overcoat with the addedadvantage of being practically water kc proof The Kentons are shown in a wealth of attractive fabrics all carefully handmade with broad shapely shoulders close clinging collars and graceful skirts so characteristic of perfect tailoring Kenton Rain Coats JL g 1250 to 2500 rc Other Coats 500 650 800 1000 1 New Foil dais 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 fromRoelofs Mundheim Pioneer Heddin and Stetson 100 to 500 COVINGTON 11111 1Jj 1 Property Transterted Some weeks ago we had mention of sale of the Moberlev residence on Second st to the Catholics of this la ocese On Monday Bishop Maes ormerly closed the deal paving cash 13500 for same and recieving deed c Mr James Cosby and family who lave occupied the residence for some time have removed to the Broaddns lue on West Main st Work will- Ie begun at an early date towards con ertinc this handsome property into a Convent which in all probability will G quite an addition to our town Removed to Hobson Building No store in the city presents a more in tractive appearance than does thl- minery establishment of Powers lora Their stock has been removed rom over Rice Arnolds to the front tore room in the Hobson building forIV ueriy used as the Womans Exchange This room is on the street no laborious aps to climb and those passing cant mtrloracreatlonsmd the proprietors of this uptodale er 4tablisliment caefire at the Hobson BoildmgaA small blaze at the Hobson building aused the fire department to turn out set Friday shortly before noon The C laze originated in one of the flues on the bumine of old papers and rash A small hole was burned in betroot which was the extent of the damt ge An amusing incident connected ith the fire was the exhibition of on the of some gallant cierowo dummies from Mrs Moores dressmaking rl room and holding them se t urely about tte waist fled with themw o quarters of safety Alter tIme fire vas extinguished and quiet restored e carried the senseless forms hack to heir accustomed places there to stand or the fitting ot many a handsome own Little Love Stories of Wallncetonaml blisamined marriage licenses here 1ll8tc hitirsdayrMr George W Shanks of White ill this county and Miss Zefra Rid tell were married last Thursday at the ourt house In this city the cermonev being performed by Rev G W Shep urd Mr Sherman Settle of Kingston andI Miss Dovie Kinnard of Rerea were narried last Thursday night at the brides home The groom is the son o D Settle one of Kingstons propii lent merchants and is the polite ant ibliging clerk in his fathers store His bride who is a most attractive young woman is the daughter of Mrt G A Kinnard of Berea The happyI couple will reside at Kingston Gone to Atlanta r Editor Louis Landram of tjie Lan master Record was A most pleasant aller at this office Friday Brother Landram was on his way to where he will enter hospital fqrirfAti ment of his lame limb with which he has beep laid up for sererat ibonths During thattimo he Iat siUferect fraable to work No man in the news paper field of this state has moreyriends than Louis Landram He is the former President of the Kentucky Pre g Association and is an all arpund splendid fellow His brother editors extend to him their very deepest sym pst lY and if wishing trusting and praying will have any effect he will soon return to us a well man good ior years to come during which he will atCoIitImiUOand cleanest newspapers in the sUte Plain and ornat eBtarlfulIRu hip complete OOUMM at KukwfjHe Sebo 1j J or Shine Wear Youmans 111 30elp From Parlor to Kitchen Furniture Carpets Stoves Yon need something new in the par ty ClrYou need Bed Room Suits Beds and Bedding Mattresses ouches Rockers Chairs Carpets Safes Tables Cooking Stoves Floor Oi Cloth or some other AH liousAhoUl necessity not mentioned here Wo have them call and see us Sat faction guaranteed in both price andhi quality Luman Higinsopp Hotel ties lyzidcn Richmond KythThe Harris Sale Perhaps the largest sale ever made this county was that of the John D Harris estate on last Thursday No less than two thousand people attended The farm of 13211 acres was sold as follows One tract of 111 acres as sold to C Cov ot Kirksville for S122 10 per acre Mr Coy also bought another tract of 1663 acres at 12210 per acre Mr B White purchased 4 5 acres at 5450 per acre and an her tract of 1011 acres at 8000 per re D J Simmons and N B Death ago jointly bought 1806 acres at 8 50 per acres Dr Lewis of Rock stle county bought 1176 acres at 4500 A tract consisting of 186 6 cres was bought by A R Burnam M r5700 per acre Mr Bnrnaui also purchased 124 acres at the same price W Coy also purchased a small tract of 95 acres at 12210 The total land sales amounted to 93777 while the nr1 and personal effects realized 0223 a total of 124000 Rural Routes The Postoflice Department has de ded that the boxes oi patrons of the in free delivery routes shall here i fter be numbered The rural carrier ill shortly be instructed to prepare accurate lists of all the letter boxes on their routes and beginning with till t one nearest the starting point of this route which shall be numbered 1 he other boxes shall be numbered erlally The depnrtmentexcepts from n this system of numbering all boxes i which are not weatherproof or which ire otherwise unfit to hold the mail Nor shall numbers be given to rural oxes erected within the limits of in towns or within onehalf of a postoflice at an unincorpo town unless that box was erected prior to October 3 1903 or being served by a specific order from the depart ment This docs net mean however that the free delivery service is to hr withdrawn from those boxes As soon tS possible after the numbers have been assigned to all the boxes the owners will be requested to inscribe he number on some conspicuous place m the box Tha government will Jaint all the boxes green A Change ot Pastors The Methodist Conference which convened recently in Covington as signed Rev J W Crates to Newport and Rev F N Hill of Carlisle to thlf city For the past two years Brothel Crates haa been the pastor of the local M E church and during that time ha endeared himself not only to his own congregation but to those of otht ctiurches He is a true man ot Goo an earnest preacher and a devoted pas tpr His removal is a source of much regret to our community at large The very best wishes will follow him amt his splendid family to their new field He will be succeeded by Rev F N Hill aCarlisle who will preach hi firiit Iisermoncomes highly recommended as prachel and scholar and will receive a rlctartv welcome by our Christian people at large A beautiful tribute to Brother Crates tfWItSt lie n uhlrservice ut the PrerbvlmrIi iu 1churchpresident of the Ministerial Associa tl n and both he and Rev Weaver made abort and tender re Mirk followed by a few earnest fare wiHwords IcOns Rev Crates t IOnMedical Society met in the Elks Ba ub rooms Dr J C Carpenter of Su pJIySnowden Taylor Rosley and Jasperwi Kentucky Traction Lines Are Gobbltd Up R The news was scattered abroad last Saturday fiat the RandallMorgan traction financiers of Philadelphia scooped up the interurban properBfranchises etc of this dieThese are the properties which pass into the hands of the Philadelphians Traction franchise from Lexington to Richmond Lexington Street Railway Electric light plant at Lexington Gas plant of Lexington her Street railway of Frankfort this Electric light and gas plant of Frankfort Blue Grass Traction Companys lines from Lexington to Georgetown and to from Paris to Georgetown Central Kentucky Traction Compa nys line from Lexington to Versailles had Traction franchise from Versailles to ef franchise from Lexington toni haTractioninchesterHNicholasvllIe had Option on Louisville traction propertied in on Sad End ot a Young Life Our community was greatly shocktd unday evening when it became known that Mrs Thomas D Chenault Jr WF a condition taken with aguicidalresulted in death an hour or later anlrsSheriffJohn F Wagers where she had the abhatf the household Mrs Chenanlt was very despondent and on the verge ol liImeheing almost nnconsolahle and duriig the day a physician WitS called in to administer to her relief On Sunday morning she expressed a desire to seet her little son Douglas who was withr his father four miles south of this city Mrs Wagers notified Mr Chenault vho promptly brought the child into Richmond but as Mis Wagers was a tratiger to the lit Ie fellow he refused 0 accompany her to see his mother n the afternoon Mrs Chenanlt seemed 0 grow more nervous and was given ever attention by the members of the Yagers household everything possible oeiuz done in order to console her After repeated efforts to get her to lie own Mrs Chenault finally consented md requested Mrs Walters to uccorn any her to the bath room and after entering requested that her kimona be broughtto her Mrs Wagerssays sLe returned to her room to get the article requested and during her absence Mrs Chenault must have swallowed the fatal dose On returning the lattetm stated that she felt as though she oing to have a chill Mrs Wagen placed her in bed and summoned physicians who arrived promptly and on examination pronounced Mrs Che nault ina dying condition Every effort possible was made to stay the ljhandand Was the eldest child of Mr J Stone Walker fornerly of this city but nwot Louisville Besides her father she leaves a husband and one sor- eDouglas Chenault age six years on sister Mrs O B Patum of Huntsville Ala and a brother J Stone Walker lrot Louisville all of whom are ex peered to attend her burial The re mains were reuiovedifrom the Wagers home to that of her aunt Mfas Kate Walker from which place they were laid 10 rest is the Rlihtsead cemetery y 4rday at 4ocloOk r ti tt tFall and Winter Styles IN KENTON 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 the firist fabrics carefully handmade by skilled tailors can ever be found bearing th lable Kenton an easy and safe guide tto the finest readytowear clothing nude equal in fit and workman + ship to the best custom work Our new fall arid winter styles are ready in wide variety of beautiful patterns both single and doublebreasted in sizes to fit men ofevery shape and buil- dKenton Suits J 5t8t 20 2250 Other Suits 1250 10 8 650 5 Hanan and Walk= Over ShoesB- est shoe team in the world Hanans the finest made at any price and 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 ft Big Cattle Sale Beazley Bros sold this week to Joe les representing Schwartchildf izherger Co of Chicago 180 ex rt cattle weight 1550 at five cents filltlecordthDEATh thMrsetsy as she was familiarly knowna ed at her home near Ford at an early ist hour Sunday morning aged ninety seven earsrrMrs B J Gilbert died Sunday at io noon at her home at Red Housa agedt o about sixty years Deceased leaves a husband and several children to mcurn loss Her interment took place ins city Monday The body of Mr Pate F Ekin who died last Wednesday at the St Joseph Hospital in Lexington was brought this county on Thursday for inter ment Deceased was a native of the Waco locality and for several months been a sufferer from consumption William the little seven year old font Mr Green B Noland died Sunday g ght of scarlet fever The little fellow d been ill for quite a while and his laaveowever his Master called and he to go His remains were interred the Nathan Noland burying ground Muddy Creek i On September 12th 1905 at theO home of the parents Mr and Mrsa Roland Moores near Union City thisicounty their baby Mima ed six mouths and twelve days Up a short time ago she had been frail d the sonrce rf much anxious care all the more dear to the hearts ot parents and just as she seemed out starting with vigorous and a1thy growth flux sapped the young life away and after one weekofanxl us watching the angels carried the bright ttle jewel to the land where flowers ver bloom and where sickness sor roW pain and death can never come May the thought of heaven and time emce of God be all the sweeter to he parents on account of this sad be- eavement who have the sympathy oi many sorrowing frie- ndsPUBLICSALE I will offer for sale publicly on tbf premises one mile south of Ricbmoni and adjoining the lands of MIIIt V Gibson on the Lancaster pike at Ib oclock asmo- nWednesday Oct1805 the following property My farm con taining about 400 Acres of Land This land is all in grass except 30 acres 4nd js one of the best farms in Madion county being well fenced and well watered A good residence brick and irame containing seven rooms good barn large enough to feed 50 mules Two tenant houses with water conven ient to both good buggy ice and smoke houses and other outbuildings At same time and phase I will offer the following STOCK 85 cattle 16 No 1 4yeirolds about 8 or 103yearolds IB or 17 2year old and about 15 yenrliuga all No 1 good steers also a lot of 1 and 2 yearo neiters several fat enough to butcher 4 to 5 cows with suckling calves 15 head of innles seven broken ranging images from 4 to 6 years 4 unbroken 5 yearold mules anti 3 colts and past Will also sell fanning intplezneuts wagons etc and lions hold and kitchen furniture Term made known on day of saik For further particulars call onMIdress H TCBRONSTCMpRiehmdnd j r cj JI wY J iacccsjfol Efforts Since 1904 when the Burley Tobcco Growers Association was formed repeated efforts have been made to re tain and control their products in the ght they haY been waging against ietrtuts At last success has crowned ese efforts Enough money has been ised in the shape of subscriptions to- capital stock of the new corporation r will be made up if there is any short ge to meet the demands of the capital who ara proposing to finance the concern and there is consequently eat joy among those who have labored earnestly during the last three years tiring this about Mistakes were made and while the jroweis held out as long as possible to tand by their contracts with the As sociation the latter failed in its enter rise anti the growers were released from their written obligations and ad vised to let their tobacco go for the best prices they could obtain At the be inning of the tobacco season growers were paid 10 12 and 14 cents per pound for their tobacco but at its close prices ent down to 7 and 8 cents The or anizatioli while failing in its primary purpose of getting control over the to acco crop had induced such a stimu tlon of prices that it is estimated that a net gain of 5000000 had been made to the growers It is now practically a defunct concern but from its heR has risen the newer organization known as The Kentucky and hio Burley Tobacco Growers Associ tlon This is the corporation that hast last been able to win the fight BANKS fMadison Men Form a Jury in Winchester Court Being unable to secure a jury 01 Clark county men who had not formed an opinion concerning the negro fiend andrapist Sam Hisle a special jury was summoned from this county As a result of the efforts put forth by the Deputy Sheriff fortysix of our best men boarded the Thursday afternoon train for Winchester at which place they were taken immediately to the Court House Twenty men were ex amined and twelve chosen as the jury to pass a verdict on the perpetrator of one of the blackest crimes In the his tory of Clark county The trial began at 330 and closed at five The jury after being out only ten minutes re turned with the verdict of death Since the negros dastardly deed excitement has been at white heat and only the most Rtrenons efforts have prevented his capture by the infuriated mob The verdict by the Madison jury was received with the greatest approval Those who composed the jury were A C Scanlan Foreman E E McCann Lee Gott R C Cobb Thos Million W T West E M VeatchiJrSam Rice G H Myers J W Wagers J H Neil and Will MartinThe following highly complimentary letter has been received b Mr J F Wagers from Judge Benton WINCHESTER KY Sept 15 1905 JOHN F WAGERS Sheriff Richmond Ky DEAR JonxI want you for me to express my sincere thanks to all the boys in your office for the promptness with which thev responded yesterday to my request that they get together filty good men for my Sheriff to brinir over to try the Sam Hisle case and I want to commend them for the judg ment and discretion they displayed it selecting such a splendid lot ofmen Our citizens with one accord approve the verdict of the jury and when they saw the Madison county jurors marrh ing like soldiers from the depot to the Court House they felt like applauding them and when I saw the men all of whom I knew march into the Court House I said to those around me boys the trouble is all oyer now The situation was extremely equalish for a while here yesterday but sinw the verdict was returned everybody is satisfied and al are loud in their praises of the Madison county menuam proud of them myself I regret that the law makes no prevision fs rjf me to compensate your Imvs for their work but knowing them as I do E know they do not feel any regret Truly yours J M BENTON A Big Engine Needed Too Well posted men in Chicago have been fignnne on the number of cars that will be required to move the enor mous crops of the United States to their respective destination According to their statistics a train about 11 000 miles long will be needed to handle the harvest They figure the rrodern freight car to be 50 feet long This would mean about 100 cars to the mile in the prodigonsly long train or 1100 000 cars all told A train 11000 miles long would all but half way encircle the earth f m7I f WEAR MADEtoMEASURE CLOTHES 1 I AND BE THOROUGHLY SATISFIED J7It costs but a trifle more than to wear good readymade clothes and the added 71 satisfaction is well worth the slight ex tra expense To open the Autumn season we are showing an elaborate assortment of 71 splendid worsteds cheviots thibets tweeds etc of most exclusive patterns and effects t and handsome fashion platesFof the Autumnnew and Winter s specially designed by the smart New York custom tailors ffi BSTERN SON EXCLUSIVE CUSTOM TAILORS FNEW YORK Fy whom we represent here After you make a selection we will take yourFmeasure and B Stern Son will ilfor you clothes of which any man might be proud and you will find our price less than you would have to pay any other good tailor for equal fabrics and workmanship Bear in mind that every garment will be made strictly to your individual measure cut according to any fashion you may select and finished exactly as you desire Theres no hit or miss about IteverythIng will be precisely as you want it I Whether or not you care to give us an order well take pleasure in showing you our new fashions and fabrics RICE and ARNOLDL THE ONE PRICE HOUSE E1 71 7I I t II m EP A IC i7 palf rjJ crrw r JL J i1j X X 1 TeTeIelex relelt1 t IeI I rl IeX IcmeI X t LACKEY AND HAMILTONWill Continue To Give s I SPECIAL PRICES ON GOODSsLL4 Always The Best For The Least Price 7ft Ifr IT I I Y lT TT Tej X XeleIjmIeI eXj l IeXI I xeIJeIX II I X Ilexo L oThere isnothing like GOODf FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Floure 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 Produc Belle of Madison Elliston NUll Co WACO KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY DT OaXcxvVuvo t ctoso DBNTIST OF LOUISVILLE KY aaOfflce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to novl7ly v M Blanton s DENTIST JMOtBo lu BcHMtt BalWlBg XjaalyTRLRPIIONE 196 Fr Rut Kire store room on Second street suitable for grocery or other line of inerrhaiidise Apply to Judge J C Clltllaultor thin office tf Special Rates Via L N Special rates in effect via L K railway on etch Wednesday ant 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 S3 except that in no case will the limit bo later than Oct 31 Limit days from date of sale Account National Encampment Grajd Aimy of the Republic tickets will be sold to Denver Colorado Springs or Pueblo Col Aug 29 to Sept 12 S2GS5 for the round trip DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Oct 11 1005 r rrr C Cp Furniture Carpets Stoves It will prove to pour advantage to see our before buy Jing Bed Room Suits Folding Beds Wood Bods Iron SofasJJ Bed Lounges Side Boards Hall Racks Chairs I Extension Tables Center Tables Cooking Stoves CarpetsJ Mattings Rugs lace Curtains Floor Oil Cloth Refriger Itators or almost needed in the home at prices and Jterms to suit the purseJCash or Easy Terms unan cc tns jMain street opposite Hotel Glyndont Richmond Ky r cr rr 1ff 1 412 Wilk Baxter 412 Factory Agent for Wall Paper Paints Glass etc I have secured the agency for the Fr Beck Co of New York and Chicago the largest manufacturers of the best WALl PAPERS in the world If you are going to paper it will pay you to inspect this line as it is a truly decorative line and not in the hands of every paste boy in the country Buy your paper from me and get the best thats made W P BaxterEa- st Main St Telephone 412 Richmond Ky J Remember Paper and Borders Cost Same Price Si Messrs Suit Bratton i4thepolite and energetic i proprietors of t- heRacket 6 t ii Store t are now showing some ofof the Qfr handsomest China ever brought to Q this city 11TI I ney are also exhibiting dGsome very exquisitepatternintA A Genuine Cut Glass c fZ t Their general stock comprises everything A ofuse to a housekeeper- Rememembertthe A t Racket Store when fr in needof beautiful Queensware and tCut Glass t J Jv t5 f t 1 Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Hours 840 to 11am 2 to 4 pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice Arno Is nes Tele 525 BIC1IMON KY nrN MILLER ATTOBKBTATLAW RICHMOND KBirroorr Omce n the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly 1A SJIVJL ATTOBNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on MainStreet J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ultsgroceryJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLOItS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drugstore D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY Upon My Honor As an American Citizen I consider Para =pb First Aid to the Injured to be Americas most reliable household remedy Ifully believe and will guarantee Paracamph to be the quickest and surest relieving and healingagent ever offered to the public for Burns outs Bruises Swellingsandlnflaniinations It is an absolute preventive of Poisoning for which reason alone it should be kept in every home shop or factory Paracamph heals without leaving ugly scars It does not dry and scab but actually heals from the bottom of unequaledforNeuralgia Rheumatic Swellings Sore Feet Sore Muscles Itching and Burning Skin Itching Piles Insect Bites Swell ings and Inflammations It is superior to old fashioned salves and liniments arnica and vaseline for the reason that when applied it opens the pores of the skin penetrates directly to the seat of the ailment stimulates the circulation removes the congestion and draws out all soreness fever and inflammation by induc ing sweating I guarantee every bottle of to do exactly what is claimed for it when applied as directed- If used as advised without giving the promised results every retail druggist is to refund the money Dont take any substitute there is nothing just good as Paracamph Sold only in 25c 50c and 100 bottles by all good druggists or sent direct BSplccr General Manager The Para Lampb 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 mana facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 5400 per gallon 10 u a bottles 5 t 5I 4Jugs 250 5 bottles 3 jtallonOrders WILEY SEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F Enright First Street 1 MARKSSI fCINCINNATI l Boots Shoes Rubbers t Cost leastWear Best Salesman EG BOQQS n J Diamonds Watches J Clocks A Cutglass JAIl kinds Precious of T ewelryJ itofevery description J These are some of the thingsto be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clocfr refuse to go take them to Lane ho will fix them If your rln Ineeds resetting takts it to Lanes hell fix that too If you want anything that Ican be found In a first clans Jewelry entablisbruont go to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles i 1sELane j- C Jeweler and Optician f B H Lnxon Bro have the nicest lotot timothy hay in Madison county Call eu tkemwbea Reed 28de tf i Ii t1 III L ICured of Brights Disease Sherman Lisbon Red Mills Co N Y 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 rfo FoleysKidneyrelieved me and four bottles have cured me of this terrible disease KidneyCurefifteen minutes day and night and passed a brickdust substance and sometimes a slimo substance I be lieve I would have died if I had not byILPublic Sate I will sell at public sale on Thursday Oct 5 05 at my late residence 2J miles on tho Lexington pike at 10 oclock a ni the following described property to wit 12 head of yearlings 9 liead of yearling4 bull calves 22 extra good work mules all mare mules hut three 1 brood mare 7years old 1 yearling saddle mare 1 yearling mare mule 1 weanling mare mule 2 McOormick binders 2 corn planters with check rows at tachments 4 srrass seed strippers 2 disc wheat drJIIS6 cultivators double hovels 1 mowing machine 1 hay rake 1 corn crusher and pawe 1 disc plow 5 Vulcan plows 1 Sandal harrow 1 Thomas harrow 1 corn marker 2 hurdles 1 corn shelter cutting boxes 3 farm wagons frames and beds 1 fodder sled 1 slop wagon 1 horse cart carriage buck board 1 hog box 2 large lard kettles 5 sets of stripper or cart harness 2 sets of buggy harness 3 sets of wagon harness 1 set of lead harness S sots of plow gear 16 collars 15 blind bridles 300 cotton wheat sacks 250 grass seed sacks 150 bushels applAilwgartank 10 cattle troughs 100 shocks of timothyhillyinents too tinmnroi s to mention Also household and kitchen furniture with some handsome carpets Terms made known on day of sale THOMAS D CHENAVLT JR Long Tom Chenault Auc H A Cold Settled in his Kidneys A J Jennosse 9201 Butler St Chicago writes I am a switchman and am out in all kinds of weather I took a cold which settled in my kid neys and I was in bad shape I tried several advertised remedies with no benefit until I was recommended to try Foleys Kidney Cure Twothirds of a bottle cured me Sold by U C Stockton A large consumer of Coal is often troubled by the frequency with which he has to fill upagain The coal bin empties quickly when it has been filled with poor coal A few loads of our Red Ash JelilcoI or Beattyvillewill trouble It is used in many homes in this cityand county New customers get to be regular ones as soon as they try our coal kitchr nQ Wilt Office and Yard at L N Depot D yijij WANT A HijME1 oneanykindgreat 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 Jorwhat size what improvements 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 it you are on t ho market A postal card will bring you one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Co R E Youxo Sn Pres Lebanon Ky Farm For Sale My farm of 200 acres in E till county on the Kentucky River 3 miles north east of Collece Hill this county school house on corner of same Good neigh borhood good blue grass clover and corn farm Firstclass orchard Four never falling springs and a No 1 well in the yard Apply for terms to R O Enlle- Hlehmollli Ky Price 16 cts per Bushel SOLD ONLY BY L R Blonlon Coal Feed Salt Fire Brick and Clay Lime Cement and Plaster Materials RICHMOND KENTUCKY tf AlbertTheliorist H + Agent for Hohaker Flowers Telephone 188 JT4r f 5 X 7 SEE 6 P M Pope the Hardware man of Richmond about Diamond Edge goods Every piece warranted jDiarnond leasurebutit may be made less by the use fan ax DjamondEdge j yjf m Lcggetf CbampionI DRY KILLSTobacco Worms Effectively Economically and Quickly The most practical and economical dis trthuter ot Paris Green and other dry powders on crop in the garden field vineyardEndorsed of tobacco and potato growers as the beat thing walks Covers two rows lit once as fast offeredI Descriptive circular and prices cationIInsecticides Sprayers Bellows ctc man treeWood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY New Coal firm I have opened up a coal business again at the same place opposite Ice Plant where I have been located for six years the past year with the Big Hill Coal Co I will handle some of the best grades of Jellico coal also the Brush Creek coal and I respectfully solicit a share of the patronage of the pe pie of Richmond aud Madison coun ty and shall endeavor to make my prices very attractive and will please yon in the qnalitv of coal Jet my prices before buyin your winter supply Telephone 93 RugIJ 3m H F BAnKER The oven can afford Ito wait for the cake but not the cake for the oven Escaped Death It Is not an uncommon experience for us to got a letter cle tbe writer escaped death by taking Dr Cald went lax tive Syrup Pep sin for some violent anti dangerous stomach or bowel ioilamation The gentle soothing curative puriltca tive action of this pleasant syrup is without any i qttnl in the science of medicine Sold by Perry Thamas ntSOc and 100 Money back II it failsAll articles to be fried should be thoroughly dried and slightly warmed Got Off Cheap He may well think he has got oil cheapwho after having contracted constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly restore his health KingsNewand certain cnre for headache con stipation etc 25c at It C Stocktons drugstore guaranteed Telephone B H Iuxon 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 L Noble sepOSt ror Rent A cottage on High street recentlv occupied by Mrs Akers Call on or address Mrs Elizabeth rowe For Sale or Rent An elegant hous of seven rooms bath and water closet Hot and cold wattr and modern improvements good stable and abundance small fruits Ar ply to Dr G W Evans 2t Are You Engaged Engaged people shouldremember that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their digestions in good condition with Elec tric Bitters S A Brown of Ben nettsville S C says For years mywife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver until she lost her strength and vigor and became and mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and finally made her enth well She is now strong and healthy It C Stockton druggist sells and guarantees them at 60c a bottle hot ale I desire to sell my stock of general merchandis The goods are in first class condition now and salable atm is one of the best country stands in the county Kor further injormatioti 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 miles north of Union Citv Apout ten or 15 acres in cultivation the balance in grass The farm is well watered have jug a creek anti several never failing springs Fencing and farm generally in excellent condition For further particulars call on or address Irvine Azbill aug23tf Union City Ky Attacked By a Mob and beaten in a labor riot until covered with sores a qhicago street car conductor applied Bucklons Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in my family writes G J Welch of Tekonsha Miehaudhind it perfect Simply great for cuts and burns Only25c at It C Stocktons drugstore Farm rot Ren- tI desire to rent for the year 1906 about 275 acres of land with good dwelling thereon This land is apart of the farm now occupied by the under signed and is about five miles east of Richmond on the Irvine turnpike 25 or 30 ares of said land to goln corn 50 acre to go in wheat the remainder in grass privilege to sow grain this fall possession Jan 1 1916 For particulate call on or address OH Maupin sepO 4t Richmond Ky- SeEII Wheat Fukz ami HtLrwwt UII 1r ski by LMekr Wlt fr jt 2 f1 1r 4 d A FAMILIAR FACE The IIkenelsof DR WB CALDWELL appears on every package of r Dr Galdwells SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipa tion BlllousnessSour Stomach Headaches and Fevers Caused by Bowel and Stomach dis orders Erery genuine paekallO is distinguished by this trade mark Your druggist will be triad to sell you either the Soc or 100 size Sold by Perry Thomas Why dont yon fence your farm and keep your old cow at homo Some will say what fence must to buy Uncle Sam uses the Page Fence it ought to do yours Sold byJ F COY Notice Your city tax bills for the year 1905 are now due and in my hands 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 sGlt Buy the best Seed Wheat and have the best crop For sale by Letcher Witt novl Bookkeeping shorthand and typewriting at Kirksville School sO 4 Shbjlcs A lot of extra good shingles for sale Apply to Jeff Stone phone 433 ++++ CALL AT+44 + JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN refreshingiare by upto iate and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssss Phone 3 Second St DOT CANS A g RE4OYTOMIXNoTE4DrMMfoTfr Oil R I GUT pImportant Memorandum ftGr i p Kinloch Paint is Oil Right be cause you get the oil in the right way not as in ReadyMixed Paint but separately You buy the thick Kin loch Pigment in one can and the fresh pure raw linseed oil from the barrel thats the right way When you apply the paint you have the oil pureWe about paint and we can heartily recommend Kin loch Paint Its the one paint that is readymixedbut L t BR WN Kirksville Ky DOT CANS Satisfaction gnaranted For sale by by PEnnY THOMAS ChattanoogaHancock Disc Plows 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 thuir practical workings and value as Crop Makers They can he used at anyseason of the year when any plow ctn be used and also when the ground is so dry and hard that no other plow can be used We guartec our Disc Plows to do good work and not only in hard dryand sticky ground but to do good work in any fallow ground either clean or trashy in short to be good anywhere at any time when plowing can be done except in sod land Wit warrant against breakage for twelve months caused by defects in material or work manship C E Douglas CoSu- ccessors to Arbuckle Simmons Agents for Studebaker Farm Wagons and Hoosier Wheat Drills Special Summer Excursions- via Illinois Central Railroad To California and Colorado and to the Lewis and Clark Ex position Portand Oregon at specLl reducedrates Very cheap oneway Rates to California and the Northwest September J5 to October 31 J905 Low one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana and low round trio rates to points in Arknsas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas on first and third Tuesdays of each month Through Pullman Sleeper daily Louisville- to Hot Springs Ar Only line running through personally conductedexcursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Such Investments are not speculative The South Is not a new country Starlet aol shipping facilities are adequate and 8r t class The climate Is mild and favor able NiitwilhstimdlnK those and other advantages southern tin da art selling fur prices fur below their real value and at present prices net large r urns on the In posibilhtieotnear the Illinois Central lUllrocd for home eekera and investors iidilress the un dersigned Further particulars ol Home Agents or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky The above is a good likeness of the famous Dicks Blizzard Cutter Shredder With Pnumatic Feed Elower It is the most perfect hay oats dry and green corn cutter and shredder made today It is the only machine that will cut and split fodder successfully at the same time and elevate it by air blast into your barn or silo It is the most durable simpliest least complicated convenient fastest and saftest cuttershreduer made and requires less power to operate than any similar machine This machine can be operated with one of our 6 HP Hsiffan Gasoline Engines opportunitysow all kinds of small grain beans peas hemp etc accur ately We defy competition on our line of Farm Implements TigerDiscand Power Cutting Box and Hagan Gasoline Engines We will be pleased to show you our line when in town D1 B1ShnceIford Co We have a Special Grain Grower Fertilizer Quality Highest Price Lowest i v FF 7I7Im7I ffi7I 7 7t 1 GREAT SACRIFICE 20 000worth f Boys arid Childrens Clothing at less than manufacturp We are badly overstocked in this department 4 We Have Cut the Prices to the Core Mothers and fathers we can interest you a Boys Suits short pants costing front 1 td 2 and 3 at SOets Our 3 and t5 Boys Suits short pants at 2 Our Boys Long Pants Suits 4 f5 and 7 at 250 ft Come quick and secure bargains Our 9 10 and 12 Boys Long Pant Suits at m5 Pest 150 Corduroy Pants at 3112J Our 125 Corduroy Pants at 87 Jo tI x This is a great Sacrifice Sale Come quick andsecure IE LOUIS AND GUS STRAllS Lexingtons Leading CIothirs LEXINGTON KY Sole agents for Alfred BenjaBaln Gos Correct Clothing for Men We are now displaying the xlssprlngstyl sRilhard Shryocktke famouS luegraiSc1UMthas charge of our Merchant aUoringDepartmenttGJyE IlIll CALL ylyiv 7t 0 ic l1iJI s f r dC H t